Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 28, 1923
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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BIDS ARE NOW OPEN FOR THE -- OAK 100. ; i AiliVOKJ223T't /! l lLr la FORMAL OPEN- .





A few weeks ago we carried in th!i, 11.11'1'0.1IA: :. : O"i: ELECT OFFICERS i :New lltmfelr Overlooking Uonutiful/
: I.ake Geneva; ill keystone Heights
clumns of the Telegraph an article

stating the state road departmentwould If COtGr
I During the 1
I past summer month
soon open bids for the hard- 'u a+N ti h
I Masonic lodge No. 1I:!! met Dec. 11 I there has been under construction lit
surfacing of the state highway No. ,
for the purpose of electing officers for Koystoim Height 011nf the finest
13, crosses Bradford county.
i the ensuing year: 4 o e eaae roi. hotels in the northern part of th.
Even with this announcement there I
I, W. O. Dnval, W. M. stnto.' Thin building is located. on thtt
few t.
were a pessimists who couldn'tget
D. W. Moore, S. W. property nf the Keystone Heights Development
away from their culling, and they I
1: W. li. Alexander, J. W. Company and stands be-
let out the mournful wail, "Yes, but
| E. C. Williams, Treasurer. i ninth the majestic, moss-covered! a' ,'
when" ? All such talk is now taking
i i V. B. Wheeler, Secretary. 4 b COO 'Oee Br00MIe a u llsay" I oaks overlooking\ lake Geneva from nhigh
a back seat and the air is fairly 1 f NOTED p.AD _
II. B. Weest Senior Deucon. VRee DINTecu.a, I blutr., The
: building
ra M.uakay represent :
shouting with the words of optimism I ,,; [ .*
| A. A. Durden, Junior Deacon. +A:cep" Mace M, .-t \.E. nn expenditure of approximately
and proA'ress. Bradford ,
county, one R elf
T. J. Perry, Tyler. P.HAIacaw I tJ r. It I $rIIOOIl and from n standpoint of
of the best counties in the state and w"pN A paSb u
111 way asst ,.,. JO ,-ct. modern convenience, comfort unit
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one that is offering almost unbounded I wM DONO \ 11Qade / .
., natural beauty it he
ran safely said
opportunity, is coming into her own. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Durling of Lake /0' '
I that
it stands
o" : unsurpassed.An !
after being held back by the lack of City, were the guests of Mr. and MrsJ. out or r. rrr ""
s ..A. invitation has been extended' 1 to '
good roads for a number of years. ; V. Jones Monday. v ra+e wEAT. ....
4f the general public to visit Keystone
for the homeseeker the
Opportunity ,
Heights, Inspect, the grounds and attend
investor, the business man and for The
| union Christmas
Chimney rendered the formal opening of tho Inn on

everybody i is waiting right here. at the city hall, Dec. 21th, at 8 '. Tuesday, New Year's Day, January

We are carrying in another columnin p. m., was quite a success. The program \ V//>Ar4E / s* 3 Z 1 t1 PulJhc I, II//:!I. Very rapid strides have been e
this issue the notice to contractors -- / PL wi OT -MIS YEAR.- ,I
was excellent. The ) 1
people made in
extend the
v > /; ii development of Keystone
issued by the state highway engineerat | their appreciation to 1\1rll. J. W. x \ \ / hll' i iaaaw'NJ )Heights/ : by the men ut tho heat! uf

Tallahassee, calling for bids on j Jackson and sister, :Mrs J. C. Cad- the development company, who are w.
three sections of the State Road No.
well, who labored '
BO faithfully to taking H genuine pride, In their undertaking. '
13, which crosses Bradford county 1 make every heart happy and leave A v
a jtl 1tV atavEve visit them will' be both
ME u0T fl.9 4RrT
from Highland on the north to the kind moral thought in mind. : j jI of interest and
every .rt. }' pl OF IT A6 u6ara LS pleasure.
Santa Fe river, the county line on i i __ _. On ,
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the south, where connection is. made \a c6 will 4iS
I Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Swanson, of R i I a banquet will be tendered t.I number ;
with the hard surfaced road leading i ME'S Sru.l.
Pearson the uno0 i j q of the prominent citizens of &
j are spending holidays !
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into Gainesville. The three projectsare :r 1 / wITM
with the parents of the bride, Mr. U4R I North "'Iorl.la1'1 invited guests at tho I

as follows: I and Mrs. J. Kennedy. / Inn. I
Project No. 572, 7.3 miles, running .

from Starke to Lawtey. :SOirrilKKN: FOKKSTKY CON-

Project No. 591! 9.1 miles, running I Mrs. O. W. Maincs and grandson, wMc' n DJufL I CRESS: ra '

from Starke to the Santa Fe river. Hal, of Sanford, are visiting relatives

Project No. 607, G.I miles, running I here. Plans' for. the sixth Southern Forestry

from Lawtey north to Highland.The I !!!; Congress which will be held in

bids are requested on four dif- I Misses Omie Scarborough, Henriet Savannah on January' 28/ to 30, inclusive

ferent types of surfacing material, ta Padgett, Franklin and Olga Pries.I QA'1.RJADA ( 0 n. d r 1!>2I, are being tepidly matured
Gramme lotur.
plain cement concrete, asphaltic con- I ter, of the state college for women at IV VU1.0 according to announcements of

crete, sheet asphalt and bituminous I Tallahassee, are home spending the '91AiJl' SYRe A4.4SA7.f. I ? JNW (.OMs joogeoo eANe! the Savannah board of tradu and thesecretary's

macadam on an eight inch rock base, holidays with their parents.John I II j ,1p, y swess \ t3At K! "bcrrrorI office/ in New Orleans.

with concrete curb and gutters. Thomas Hoyncs is chairman of the

Open Until Jan. 15th Langford, Maurice Langford, Savannah entertainment committee

The time limit set for the receiving Leroy Mizelle, Hugh Register, of the for hu 1''lCreRII11111 Nelson T. Stevcriit -

,f bids is until 12 o'clock noon on the University at Gainesville, are spend I Is in charge of local arrange

(5th day of January, 1924. While the ing the holidays with relatives and r s -cs-.r; ;cf: ments.Scirno. S

right is reserved to reject any and friends c Vgix fcv. r' uwj of t the outstanding figure In ', a

all bids, it is not very likely but thata ..lAgLLjfnfcj X.af rT t_ I forest. conservation and in the bunl- "

satisfactory bid will be submittedby John Padgett, of the citadel in nUll lifo of the South are expected
some one and that the work will Charleston, is home to spend Christmas _. -- -- ------- -- to address tho sessions. The first. ""

start very shortly after the decisionis holidays with his parents, Mr. INFANTS NARROW ESCAPE CHRISTMAS PROGRAM RKNDRRED B. Y. P. U. SOCIAL lily's program. : will bo devoted to consideration y

made by the department, and the and Mrs. P. M. Padgett. AT BAPTIST CHURCH of the perpetuation of the
Tho senior I). Y. I' U. had a
very naval/ stores industry. .
citizens of this county will see the Sunday little Roy, ton of Mr. and
I beginning of the end of the long-look- Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Starbird, with Mrs. Roy Edwards, in his toddling Hymn No. 214, Joy to the World. enjoyable Christmas social Tuesday of all branches of the industry,

'd 1 for improvement. The grade ex- their daughters, Misses Mabel, Lil- about, went near a mula. The animal Scripture reading-Junior McDonald. evening at the home of Mr. and Mn, identified I with ]largo interests among

'ding from Starke to Lawtey has lian, Margaret and Delphie, of Apop- kicked him on the forehead, which T. N. Limbaugh, on East Cull street.The both factors and producers, will bit

facing. for some time and it is ru- Crews, parents of Mrs Starbird. the scalp. The little one lay unconscious Anthem-Choir. attractive home were decorated according who has made a special,. study of the

:5 that this will be the first aec- but was found before the mule Wonderful NilrhtFive,11'1,. I i to the Christmas Idea-poinHettias French naval stores production has

,.n started.W Mr. and Mrs. M .R. Eddy, of Alach- could inflict further injury. I Reading, No Room at tho Inn- : red bells, etc., being used: in been Invited to present n first-hand v

ua, attended the wedding of her sis Owen Griffin. profusion.In picture of what ho has soon abroad. s
have not been able to get any I lie was Immediately brought to a
ter, Miss Georgia Epperson. I How the Mother Goose Children the conteht guessing names of Tuesday, January 20! will hit a busy
information or indication as to the surgeon who attend to the wound.
I Celebrated Christmas! -Ten children.] Starke people Misses Elizabeth day, for the congress. At the morning
type of hardsurfadng that is prefer. Six stitches were required. Thoughit
Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Sapp were visitors Recitation, When I'm a Grown-up liruwnlee and Isabel I Bullen guessedthe session the papers and discussion '
red, all the different types however, looked at first as if the little sufferer
to Starke Monday. Lady-Martha Brownleo. largest number; und Miss Eunice will bring out the intimate relationship
hava their advocates and boosters. would lose his left eye, this
Song, Long, Long Ago-Sunbeams. Perkins answered the largest numberof of forests anil tho business life c
One thing is certain, and that U fear later proved groundless, and he
]Miss! Kathryn Epperson, of Alach- Christmas Stars-Six girls. questions in it musical term con of the South, Including port development .
which ever type is selected we are is now rapidly recovering. The many
going ua, attended the wedding of her sis Christmas Brownies-Three boys. test. Miss Elizabeth Brownlee very agriculture and the establishment
to have an Al road, for we under friends of tho parents congratulatethem
ter, Miss Georgia, last Saturday eve Remarks! by Supt. Quigley and the sweetly sung Love S'nd'l" Little of paper and pulp mills. In ., ;
stand the specifications which will be' on their luck in not losing their
ning. pastor. Gift of Roses, arid John Powell do- the afternoon, the subject will bit j
submitted to the various contractors little boy.
I Come Again--Mildred Grif la. lighted his listeners with, Just/ Keen 1 broadened to rover the national aspects t
call for the highest class of
very :Miss Ada Register, who U: one of Wondering All Day' Lung, after which of forest conservation. Th t YI D

work with each type. the teachers at Auburndale spend- DEATII OF MRS. BOY I TO CORRESPONDENTS' :. Miss Mona Alderman gave a charming purl which should\ bo played by the r
The different contractors who have
ing the holidays with her parents, I ,piano solo. /public agencies will he presented and a
the grading work in hand at present
Mr. and Mrs. Charles II. Register Mrs. Luna Byrd, wife of Mr. Ernest If you have any "dopo" that you I The social committee, composed of ,prominent liuiiliernien will dmeu'iK k

are 'making Just at very this satisfactory prog time Und, died at her home on Court : want published in the Telegraph, Misses Jessie Thomas, Mildred (Crosby the feasibility' of private effort.. At

ress. particular Not only a shower but a heavy rain street Wednesday, December 26th I please observe tho following rules: Isabel Itullen and Mr. John Powell a night session some national polite
some of them have operationsfor of good things were presented to Rev after short illneu. Ie! sure that it is worth printing 'j nerved refreshments of ice cream icnl I figure are expected to talk on "
a 'I
yet under-
holiday season, we and Mrs. W. T. McGuire by the members I Have it typewritten.If I and wafers. forestry arid other' subjects of public
The deceased was a native of Florida -
stand that next Monday morning
of the Christian church last Sat this cannot be done, write with Those enjoying this pleasant social Interest.
will be in full swing again and born 27 ago. The I
everything urday. was years a pen, but if you are unable to use affair wt'l'eIillSI'H! r'.uniru Perkins, The final day of the meeting. will
north of latter of her life was spent in
The convict gang working! part one, have a soft pencil that makes the Kunice: Bennett, Isabel 1 liullen, Thel >In.< devoted to the business affairs of
the for Starke where herhusband holds a -I
have thrown grade position
Lawtey up II. F. Priester left this week for words legible. If you are not able to nut Snellgruve, Elizabeth Brown I..", the congress, and to round table discussions
and half at of courthouse janitor. She U I I
approximately a mile a Wilmington, N. C., in the interest of properly compose it yourself, ask /Florence Andrews, Mildred Jill; Jessie of state forestry legislation {

present. This gang has already been his work for A. C. L. railway. survived by her husband and many I someone to do it who clln.Vu have I Thomas, Blanche and Momt Alderman by delegations from juorglu, South /j j

increased ti forty-seven men, and I relatives, but no children. She join no time to rewrite and make sense I Beatrice Ilullen, Ethel: GrifHri; Carolina and Florid
will the Church of Christ early in lifeand I
from time to time additional men DOY.tLDEI'I'ER50NLake :. : ed out of it. Leave plenty of spare between :Messrs. II. K. Crosby, Cyrus Hoover, Among the (entertainment feature

be added from other camps, so that was ever a consistent member, the lines and write on one side Thomas Limbaugh; Alvin Beck! HuchIlrownlee /' of tho meeting will hu an automobile

the work will be completed well ahead Butler, Dec. 28.-Mr. J. E. noted for her piety and sympathetic Jr., OrloVh(' lnll, John lour of the city, followed by an oyster -
I She is mourned by all her acquaintances only.Don't
of the surfacing crews. Donald and :Miss Georgia Epperson nature. ask ui to put your opus in Powell Mr. and !Mrs. J. E.: ,Futch, of roust on :o.rondll.1IIn.. 2H. Illust / -
The pile driving derrick for use in I and much sympathy is We Mrs. S. C. Turnell of Or- rat ml lectures the naval Industry 4
were joined in the holy bonds of matrimony the next issuo of the Telegraph. Deljtnd. on stores ,
the construction of the bridge south at the Methodist: church last !, felt for the bereaved relatives. cannot make any such promise. Don't mond, Mr. and Mrs. I"'. A. Scott, Mr. and n special. entertainment nf
canal] ready I The funeral was In charge of 1>. C.
of Starke across Gator is Saturday evening, Rev. F. W. Cramer ask u.i to "save copy," for we arc apt and Mrs. H. I* Brownlee, Mary for school children will occupy two

for setting up and probably within officiating. The church was beautifully -{ Jones, funeral director, und the inter- to forget it. Better make a duplicate llrownlec, Mr. and Mrs. T. N. lAm nights. I
will the work meet wIn at Dyal cemetery. Rev.
the next few days nee
decorated and quite a large of it.
beginning on this bridge.S. W. E. Daugherty, of Starke, conducted FOUNDATION: IN
crowd attended. Mr. Do. J is the Always sign your name. This need

R. Johns has the greater por- highly esteemed cashier of the Lake the obsequies. not be printed, but if any statement METHODIST '

''on of his gangs at work on the sec- Butler Bank, the bride a daughter of Is erroneous, we want to know who i U Very rapid progrrs 'ii being/: mad

don of the road south of Hampton to Mr.:\ and Mrs. G. A. Epperson. Sheis METHODIST CHRISTMAS: TREK responsible] for It. Unsigned matter Sunday school at 10 a. m., E. K. at the now municipal light plant toward "

the river. We understand that the one of the popular young ladies of will not be publi"hpl.Remember Porrymun, superintendent.Preaching the final Installation! of the second 1

largest fill still remaining on the portion this city. Monday evening the Methodist that the paper Is pri- by the pastor Rev. L. unit, which will give to the people

of the road south of Starke is in After the wedding, relatives anda Sunday school] had a tree and the following vate property and that the editor has R. Simpson, at 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. of this community tip-top service.

this section, and all possible speed is number of friends were Incited to beautiful Christmas/ program: the right to exclude from publication m. Epworth League Sunday eveningat The concrete foundation for the unit

being used to pet It completed while the residence of the bride's parents, any matter that may hurt the paper 1:45.: are all In unit am now being permitted -

the favorable weather continues.Col. and partook of refreshments. The Anthem, Holy Night-Choir. I In a business sense, or which would Prayer meeting, Wednesday evening 1 to "set." Just as soon all the

couple left on the evening train Scripture lesson and prayer. I crowd out other matter of more general 7:30.A : foundation hardens the actual work t+
] and Mrs. J. E. Futch, of De- for Florida points of interest on the Cantata, Little Joy Givers-Small I interest. corc'ial! welcome extended to all. of setting up and connecting the next

: been spending the holidays motor will ahead. The new
Land have East Coast where they expect to children. go pumps m,
with relative here. They were spend two weeks. Recitation, The Christmas Vision I The Pennsylvania Sugar Land Co. The body of Mrs. Emma V. Bacon, and l motor for tho new well have fir-

accompanied by Mlu Beth Brownlee, The friends of this young -Iris Brown. II. arranging to plant 85,000 acres to /40, who was drowned some time last rind and within the next clay or s<. ,a.. !

daughter of Mr. and Mr. H. L. i, many' v .>. --:' of hap- i li.,". ,: ... ..- HJ N "". and Leslie sugar cane near jmortenj, down on Thursday night In the bar "* *".". -n: the fvr- .n w'H' .be '!.. Jjb t,

Brow-Ice who is a student at Stet- ;; yearn the east coast. I I was found; early Sunday morning. install) them.
piness and prosperity. I I ._
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GttOtCi2Lpt< At m4ttpACTtIttIIWtIJmIDID) >"PI\lP\m1I'1t" III1 n Q ta@6:61fCNtptC.mt} ;)( I Florida in a regular storehouse of'

I'I I surprises. :New facts about its resources -
News of Florida in Short Paragraphs : are constantly coming to the'' --- -, tj I

I n{ '..*<..' ,>t' h" ,"'.r.Y... .. .".., .YSYgrY ...... <>*. j jI front. feat Is a wonderful product,
r'h': .1 1 find Florida has tho largest known

I Live State News Q :deposit! ) week in the note worlJ.forward The steps papers in the every ;i Yau''d---Be Surprised

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....-anp.Y.e.'Y..w "' > | .YMA.Mn./MMign Vtl.aac (H .development of heretofore! neg-h-.tt.1 I F
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; Told by Our Exchanges. industries in grapes, bananas, tens, avocado pears (>1.0. Tho ham- I

:'1 ....'..""'_.........<011-___ iDCl110fCyC? ;I boo has great possibilities.! In Orien-1,
'g 'I- h-; : : ,
I tial countries the bamboo has hundreds -
Florida is spending $00,000,000( ( on What WI held at Dado county

roads thin year. This affects practi- : t agent's odicc to mark tho beginning I of uses. Here it is planted I

('lIlIy111 of the G3 counties. of a new era in shipment of Everglades mainly for ornamental purposes and

\ produce was thu arrival at I to supply the boys with fishing PIII"'j) How much I appreciate the wonderful

The l'pnn14ylvnniSIIICur/ Lurid Co. I'ulm Beach by way of the new Belle
of tan shops the only, ',I...
A pair was
in arranging to )plant 85,000 acres to Glade road of a truck load of fresh I
due police had of the identity of the of the which I have
season received
sugar cane near Homestead, .down on Everglades: / vegetable and egg, declared patronage
the cant coast. to be the first direct overland I burglar who early' Thursday shot and I

1 shipment to the Atlantic coast of : killed A. H. Terrell n locomotive engineer from and friends.
I'v-I I in Jacksonville rooming. my patrons
n '
The body of !Mm. Emma V. liiicon crjrl ul''" t true!. ever made
house. The intruder, had removed hill
60, who was! drowned some time last! :I 1
1\1.1 shoes before entering the house thrua
h "' Thursday night in the bay at Tampa, The new packing house built by \
window and, had left them on the 1 wish each and long
was found curly Sunday morning.(. C. Britt at Winter Garden for t the I mov-I you every one a ,
I front ponh. Hearing something
packing and of let- '
cooling shipping
.v W. 11. Young of Tint City, was ,i I lure, at n cost of over $10,000: was I on ing the about light in his and! room fired Terrell twice at turned tho',I', happy and prosperous futureMitchell's

killed Saturday when, ho was caught opened Wednesday when the first Tor- .
I ) burglar who returned the fire.
at a railroad crossing by a backing test was made of the cooling rooms, I
e I roll died instantly. The slayer then
1' freight train. He was n pioneer resident In the presence of vegetable buyers'
I' leaped 1 through a window and e9"I\p-//
of Plant City. from New York.
'ed with about $100 and a .
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At a meeting of the Duval county >,
I| Jack Hrnntloy! /; who for 35 years State authorities ore speeding upthe
tuberculosis association held Monday '
has boon familiar figure in Eustis I' work preparatory to installation
tho seal Halo committee reported that I '
wall found .dead Sunday in the woods. 'of the electric chair at Raiford prison ,
$1,500[; had l been collected to date
1 over near Grand Island, where he was last! farm. A request of J. S. Rlitrh su Drug Store
from the sale of stumps.i I
i ____ ,I seen Friday morning as. he left to oversee .per' :tcndent of the farm, has been
his line of traps. A coroner's ,! I granted for transfer of brick lasers
of C.I
Mrs. Sully Ucllamy, wife C.
f jury assigned! ; apoplexy! ns the cause :from the state road camps to the farm I
I : Bellamy is the champion lady ,
of his! death where they will help build the !structure ,I Tha G.J'ir1n
'. I of Citrus county Sho killed, din
1 that will house the chair. I'hu ;:
gle-handed a deer on Friday/ weighing '
; 110 pounds! dreMsed.'t The St. Johns river, especially at :I men have been placed, under the. direction I

I *- .. ___ i iI the foot of Laura street street Jack-: of J. MemlL-nhull: [ of Tampa, i
; of sonvillo !smelled like liquor Friday. i it "skilled mechanic, serving. a life sen .
Mrs. .J. Chalmers Young bride
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t less! than two days died unexpectedly I About 200 cases! of whiskey seized i I-

_r .J !1 ut her home in Dunnellon nt noon on I by government officials., were' destroy-i I Turning to his wife, tho husband TAXING!' HIDDEN I'UOI'EIJTY j of property that cannot be hidJ' ,
'will hardly be ready for use within
,'' I, ed in the basement of the Graham remarked "Relatives of yours I sup- Would it not be a good plan to let upon
_ MamieM j building and the liquid'! made its! way I three months according to the opinion ?"
taxes of this
pose on property sort,
I| capital. That taxes are not adjusted with I
i i of officials at tho state
Sunday afternoon.Citrus to the river through; a sewer.S. "Yes," said his wife sweetly! "by ease up on the taxation of industryof
Equipment: necessary: for the erection equity'! must bo self evident to every-
''f mrriage./ all sorts! and put the bulk of the
shipments from Florida to I H. Wilson a well, known farmer )I h of,: the chair has been ordered but is one. Progressiveness is taxed to support tux burden on individuals and
1 corpor
December 17 total 17,21ft carloads! living three miles south of Madison, I not expected, 1 to be completed for HT- I.oUa( True Here non-progress. Raw land and vacant jl J ations that are enjoying special privileges

\t I according to Citrus Exchange officials was found dead in his field by rela I tral months. Three words will cheer the saddest lots are usually taxed very low of some sort granted by the

I This is considerable more than one- tives. He lived alone and was last days.: but let a farmer plant a grove or a people ?
: fourth of the estimated Prices seen Friday. lie had gone down in -'- workman build a home and the assessor -
!' Search for 'I love you ? wrong:, by heck.It "There are two principal ways of!
;, I y have been lower than usual. his field that afternoon to get lumber World is another sweeter phrase, is on the job at once, gettinghis /\ taxing privilege: A tax on corporations -
to repair his house and after gettingover "Master Swindler"Ieo
limit out of the man who is build-
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y' $ Palm Beach has a dog dip Tat that a fence died circumstances indicate ing up the community, whereas non- rights and a tax on site values.

i' I I' U well patronized. It !I. said that on from natural causes. I IIiIIIIIIIIIIIIN IIIIIIIIII ; lllllll Ul Ulf Yea Honest Editor progress as represented in idle property "A tax based on site value would

an average of eight or ten doge a ; "All the great men are dead and Is exempt. I would not go 10 hit owners of city property, owners

t I day. take the water and emerge free Four miles southeast of Ocala is we are feeling) tsick." far as to accept in whole Henry of power sites mines etc. It would

i I .f annoying! vermin and in a happy ono of the most beautiful orange George's single/\ tax theory but do be- also have some influence in keeping I
News item from the Skulkat Weekly '
frame of mind. grove developments in Florida-theproperty lieve that unoccupied lands that are I
land prices at table level and in
i > Sadia Missouri. a
'I of the Florida Orange Grove
being/\ held at high prices should pay preventing land booms engineered! by
+ Perhaps the most complete skeleton Corporation of Pittsburg. A planting Sambo the Sherlock a greater proportion of taxes. Along sf'C'ulator8.-Florida Grower.
of the elephant that roamed, the of 9,000 trees is now being/\ made : this same line Wallace Farmer gays:

{) eastern section of the North American and by the first week of the new year Mandy-"Sambo, why fo' yo' think "Might: it not be possible to reviseour '.

continent in pro-historic days, so grove units aggregating !>00 acres that collection today at church was to taxing system so that it might To Cure a Cold. In One lilt)' ;2

far in Florida has been unearthed will have been planted. /git\ the minister a new suit of cloths? aid in increasing number of Inde- Tnk* LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE TnW.i,., ) ":1 1n"pethu
I'uuilh and Huadai"'lie and wntK' i
The find made sho contributed a lot of buttons. '' l.KOVEr" ilgiiaturavueuui/i/ ,,i .tJ, "
I at Melbourne. was on pendent farmers instead of working
i tho property of C. P. Singleton. Excellent progress is being. madeon as it does now, to keep that number 4

i+N the new railroad station for Daytona A Total Loss down ? At the present time we seem Uefor buying Tires see Smith

. 1d: The big/\ Ford ,deal whereby Jacksonville erected) by the Florida: East Si and Hi were courting the same to levy most of our taxes on the sort for prices.
0 \ will\ get the first automobile Coast railroad company at n cost of widow. I

';' assembling, and distributing plant $102,000. The brick work is. about I I I Hi had I his picture taken showing ] -

i south of Atlanta where an average; finished and the tile roofing will he1 him sitting astride a mule. I

_ of 1BO cur per day will be turned, put on short I v. ;| When they called at the widow's I I 1 I II

11 out, was formal) ycompleted this af i I I ; house, Hi displayed the picture. Si

: ternoon. I Mrs. Pomp Atkins was instantly! I I rt. r x c stood gazing at it. I Officials Who Sidestep Duty Do It Because

i ____ I killed by her husband, while in a hunting I I "That's! a good picture of me, aintit. They Are Allowed To. f

i Caustic lime, n poison! w.is found party near Lake Okoechobee, ] I Si ?" asked 11 I.

in many barrels of mash seized when : when n gun being", cleaned, by Atkins | I snapped Si" cmfwypoao euoin caoita '

two stills! were located near ))iny- was accidentally clishnrltl'dfrs.: At ,' "Sure it looks something like | Daugherty's Brand of American Justice --

: more It is used to peed. the fermentation kins was, shot through the breast you;" snapped Si, "but who in the

i i of mn h. No fatalities or The sheriff and I'oron'r're (called I I deuce is that man on your back?" I Congressman LuCuurdia will find behind him every lilii-ity i ?

Ii II . ill from shine. homicide was! reached by the cot quick! Like This! .
d duce in the House of KepresentfiMves a bill to provide that no
( I __ oner's jury. \ vroecTe Chemistry Professor-"Name 3
I Federal' judge shall determine the guilt innocence of
:, Officials\ of the Clydo line rocognit ..,_ articles containing starch" or anyperson
0 y" L ; he has ordered
the growing importance of Sanford U'lsolino. sold in a'iormlnunn/{ I'c- i I Kortezo. called, Chicago's.. Student-"Two cuffs and, a collar." up for a. contempt committed outside of f

., as! n port and their business! compels tober netted the state $211,010.07: by j ter swindler, who Is alleged) to liAvevietlinled I his courtroom He proposes to establish! trial by jury in su 'h

I! them to more than double their terminal the three cent gasoline tax!: that be-1"" friends", business men A Terrible Sma-h-up I cases, trial before a judge not connected in any way with the
and mother to the amount of live f
,'fi capacity. This ill the second came effective July 1. The state road! :,I million dollars also, left, hU wife Giff-"And so you say that you case. This is sound Americanism puts properly into I ill'1 Y

time in the past two years that enlargement department I gets two-thirds of the J (lelow) and two clillitreu l penullcici lost control of your. car." i
of fucilili.VII" made necessary amount, or $ir 2fi77.31: for road when he "departed"' \ Dec. 0. .-. Gaff-"Yep. I couldn't keep up background rule by mob, as it does rule by despotism and lea\: e.s t

: by increased business. poses and the remaining third ,:o&pur-I I the installments." us on the safe and sane middle ground of the republic foundedby "

-- f fi" the counties! in equal shares! I the fathers.

llernando county will expend $ l"0- amounts to I,2l1.! U12C1lems' Fifty. Cents Per Pound I Tho legal political gymnastics which President Coolidge has

i" oot) on her roads l in addition to the !Mary had a little Iamb executed in the Craig case practically acting as rubber stampfor
Junctiot I IP YOU DON' ElE.\.IeVE(;
$3,000,000: now being. spent nn thoHernnndo C. W. Harbour left River It had ribbon bows
section of state road N'o. .", on Nov. :2Uh! l'nrryinwith/ him th< COOPERATION/ PAYS. JUST To tell the truth it had no on.fleece- Harry Dougherty, attorney general, whose appoiutm'utshacked

t und the .100,000: \ ) in the budget of the sum of $3,000 with which he intend"1 WATCH WHAT HMTBN4", WMCN That little lamb was frozen. the nation, has served only to emphasize' the neat I :I"r

state road department. A vote of the purchasing an automobile, A WHEEL I COM6 Off A a law finally curbing the rapidly growing tendency to despot' '.L -:

'i county electors seven to one, on (Friday 1"10)1'1told the police No word her I A11TOM091L6. THATGO.'l'\ The Fresh. Thing in this country The New York Controller, sentenced by a Judge

r decided the 150,000: bond issue. been received by them from Harbou' Nervous lady (in taxiWhat'sthe ) he had criticised to a felon's cell for constructive contempt. wn a
-- since he matter driver? not pardoned. This upholds the hands of Taft's Mayi-i r
purchased r
State Comptroller Ernest Amos i missing. mnn recently "The "
engine misses
says that to November 1, the exact I! 3,000 acre ranch near River Junctior "Pardon me-'Miss: ,' not 'Missus,' and expresses the Dougherty idea of American justice politically

1 number of motor vehicle registrations / 'for the capitalist whose name the' if you please." administered. In his capacity Attorney General he upholds:

for the year 192.1: is 172.7N2 of did not know. They also told the police the Judicial encroachment on American Liberty, while in his s J
which there about 12,000 transfer that they h.lieved he lived neal }
A Great Idea capacity as a back room delegate procurer he saves--or thinks he
and duplicates, leaving a net registration Chicago. Patient--"And I'd be glad if you saves the
t I s political machine of which he is the creature from l{
of 162,000 motor vehicle -- bill ;
1 would send in soon.
More than three hundred coppe Doctor "Oh your that will be al- an embarrassing position. One day spent in prison by tho New ?)
Twenty-one aliens smuggled; into stills and necessary. euipment wen We'll strong first. York Controller and there would be a storm such as would shako ,'
the United State' at Cedar Key., were destroyed this week by the sheriff' you the political machinery to its! foundation. t ,.

captured Thursday eighteen! being office in Pensacola.! / The work war Telling Him !Man to Man The impertinent recommendation submitted by Dougherty tPresident ,l

taken from a train bound from Cedar started Thursday! and completed Saturday Father (to bright young son)- Coolidge bespeaks the type of reasoning and sense of t"
Key. to Jacksonville by. Sheriff Ramsey The stills! were, confiscate1during / lie !Might Be. But She Wsn't "What's wrong?" public rights that fills the mind of the nation's chief law officer.\

of Alachua county. and the other the past year and some of Dinah hail, been troubled with a Son-ten( years old'Well) I Dougherty characterizes Craig's statements about the court alihelous

three were captured in the wood them have been in the custody of th/ toothache fur some time before she just had a terrible scene with your and false liy what right does this political jack moflicc

car Cedar Keys.. sheriff for more than ten months. Besides got up enough courga to go to a dentist wife. arrogate! to himself that which in this country we require:

.r ---- the stills! there was also, ales The moment he touched her a jury to decide ? Certainly the !sooner Representative LaOuanlii

'a At 8 o'clock Friday night! in front destroyed hundreds of gallons of the tooth she screamed. Bet He Wait, Right gets: his bill into action, the better. .

of the First National Bank at Punta confiscated home brew.In I "What are you making such a noise _
., .
Maiden Aunt "And what broughtyou .Ic. .
llerthit .
; hnlmlTleil
h11Ie" of New York had I of humor when "
u for? he demnaded. "Don't know a House
: i'\ (Gorda I. McEwen 23, a fisherman, you to town, Henry?" 1 off this mortal (,..II. She ll\ed In a boarding house sal,
,,I' was slain by W. II. Williams, night! West Florida the increase Ir I'm a painless dentist? Henry-"Oh, well I jus' come to left n dollar' MH for the landlady to pay for the gnu she! used' to

!1 ; policeman. McEwen was drinking, satsuma orange; groves this cominr "Well, sub" retorted Dinah "meb- to see the sights and I thought that I kill liernelf. The amazing. thing: Is Mint she could. get enough !sea
I it is stated but was neither boisterous season will only be limited by the bo yu' is painless but Ah isn't." I'd call on you first. for tlie t'tiriNjte' out of the jets, of any New York ooar"ID boust:

i nor quarrelsome. The officer arrested number of trees! that can be procured. I Theew Yorkers. .
d are considerate of their It1tLilalnr->
I state
r "" him and taking him to the :Millions: of trees are being mad Tit For Tat I Ui'cently" theyot... '
.. N; was Habitual Constipation CuredIn l $: I.tisstes' I ) for the better prot.'lIolIJtt tbiriu8iie.
't s lock up when n dispute arose between", ", ready but the demand exceeds the The husband who had a great habit 14 to :31 DaysLAXFOS ,

; the two. McEwen, it was stated supply. Many nurseries have beer of teasing his! wife was! out driving WITH PEPSIN" Is a specially- I ,
I I cursed the policeman whereupon Williams established in Pest Florida In ,whic with her when they met a farmer prepared SyrupTonicLaxativeforH.iHtuaConstipation. : lie And now we have the tailor of the Prince of Wales with ta+. 1" :.
hes" specIal 'I.'h-.Ict' abole
It relieves promptly! but ; ; u..t to Ibo common folk. You poke
shot him. McEwen[ then went the growing of this variety of citnr driving a spun of mules.! Just as they .i through It with bebolJ
l j should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 daysim4atea a Pencil rub the cloth together and
: into a nearby saloon asked for help fruit is specialized, but with every were about to pass the farmer's rig to induce regular action. It and I there Is no hole. Klatlc\ wool explains the tailor.
Ii.I : them the demand! the mules turned their bead"' toward I Very Pleasant toTakj6K r
i i. lay down on the floor and died in n effort in growing. K'Kulates.( i Brisbane\ f
tt :few minutes. cannot be tilled this winter. I the auto and brayed vociferously. per buttle. 118)16beu: you advertise, shout, don't whisper."

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.. er, E.: J. Roberts. fthMPfON To euro ea.u......... the mnrllelnomuM ---I
1 LOCAL NEWS ITEMS b. maw than a DtiraalK.i u '
I must rnntnin Ionic, .I..r..... and
2L1 Rub It In Mrs Ethel Gunter wa?. a victor li> I --- -- - ,, calhnrlic proparliM.Tutt's .
Jacksonville Friday. Mr. S. ..l! minion of Maxuoll! I-I
( should consist of castor Pills
is he silent of hei' pucnts. Mr. and
bone meal at the rate of ahoia onepound
Mrs. K. L. BitTES of Starke, visited! Mrs. P. 1) Hunt, this week to ouch plant or, in other po...... lhni .....11'1_ and apamlilr; ,
rrrtora la the bowala 1'
relatives in tbair aalural '
Freely town Friday.
luncUvn.. ,
words, about live hundred pounds per ,
J. .lohnson' and family are spending aero. .
Miss Mabel Edwards, of Wesleyan ) the week with friends l and relatives -- - --

I PROMPT RELIEF College at Macon, Ga., is spending! in Lakeland. When the plants. begin to grow, strike, agitation for ,.\-service men's

ii 1 tho holidays here with her mother, there will usually ho two or morn bonus and! farmers' bonus, an earthquake ,
: f Mustang Ln, ii t'iiI potulively Lltni..d. Mrs M. E. Edwards. Dennis lirannen, of Miami is tho young shouts from! the plant. Iho
__ sore muscles, strums, bruises with a guest of his parents, Mr. and! Mrs strongest of these shoots should he calamity in .tapnn a financial P
.. \ selected, leaving only one to each of and industrial. collapse in China, not
\ f few applications. Mustang doesn't burn Marcus Brown, of Tampa, Wilmot J. J. Brannen.
to' % f or smart-it U made of soothing healing Brown, of Augusta, Ga., and Clifton the plants. This young shoot should to mention the European: situation- ry

oils that penetrate the flesh to the Brown, of the university at Gainesville P. J. Pearce was a business visitor bo trained on a cane, stake or twineto all t this without (serious disturbance) in '

very bone I For 74 years. Mustang Lini- are spending their holidays here 10 Starke Saturday.Carl the wire which' should hu about our business, industrial or financial I
ment has been the real 1 "friend in need" with their four nail a half feet from tho ground. circles.
parents.Mrs. The
menace to our
J.. ( to MAY LIVESTOCK rolM.TRY. Flock, of Gainesville, has recently Pinch off all shoots! coming from this
main stem until the country i is caused by) boring from I
Use it freely for Henry Register, of Jacksonville been visiting here. plant reaches the
wire then should the ,within and undermining the character
; pinch terminal

Rhcllmn"un Pll.... Lumh..u hilt and hkm I.llmll. parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Godwin. Mrs. 1\\(. L. Andrews and children: bud at wire and let a branch run' and initiative of the America. "
('lIr..I11".rp., Colds' Snub oh""ld'r rut Rot SI!-ol".alrr..l. have been visiting her parents, :Mr. each way alone tho wire. This will j people by socialistic and communistic
230 l'nrIlIllU,1IO Rout, Utrcaa. 141ack nut and! Mrs. T. M. usually be along about the first of experiments. Thcso
Ilagan. experiments
htnmpa hdlmnedUddrr I Cutnnh Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Dye and son, of undertaken -
Hou..bold 51. I4 1 Croup Sate: letlta Uatxll'r.50C :: Jacksonville, spent Christmas day July. Stop all summer pruning at in tho naniis of municipal

Con.3Iom. 1" ra 6siE' Cub.Utphthrn'; : S.rr.- I trn.uln; : Gape.e ltoup: :::: with Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Blanchard.Mrs. Miss Daisy !Moore, who is teachingin thin ditto and let plants grow at ran state and federal ownership and operation -
'mdY 'rY' lacked ...t+ !'pc" ,'t ur N'urma dom. of
b" much:' niar Sore hippies' Lucked Jaw I'I\. rle. the t."wh'y high! school, was the industries, come about as
t zee u. L. A. Marr was Christmas guest of her aunt Mrs. II. B. Wcost I The first year, tho plants should b" the result of high-brow theorists and a'

:; $1.00 FREE \\1"01"I,1mW' ..IIIVINII,,, ..( I'EN' : shopping in Starke Monday.Mike Monday.Mr. ; cultivated clean, keeping a dust mulch | political agitators.! Once establishedand
Cont.ina8limea 0 II 'n '' /.1"/ r a II> nlplre.,
a. deneeml: o.nu: hh.tnnt' I lame." Pt Ir.' 'humus'" un' I throughout tho dry season. If plants ;{ fURt'nl'cl1l'on tho people, always
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5:1 : mrntn, nnA ion h..tak a I ,, 4'a
d lIou.h Fifth N'",,'. xnklyn n' ,euth" y am" Alit Fut.ch. of Wauchuln is spending and! Mrs.\ A. A. McDonald left j have not mad tho desired growth, a I with a chain around the necks of the

a few days here with his parents, for South Florida Monday after A I second application of fertilizer, of taxpayers, no one is responsible for ;. d1
Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Futch. visit, with :Mrs. McDonald's\ mother, 'about one-half pound should be given their successful conduct or maintenance. '
MUSTANG !Mrs KlsitSpnrknuin.. I! tho latter part of June. If the plants | The theorists and agitator! rf'

Drew Reddish, of Vandt>rhilt, was I have made !good growth by tho first | have new fish to fry, new experiments

"CoAt"; Good Old Stanrfhy Since /J"1a" transacting business in town Satur- Rev. N. T. King and son, E. J. of August, it is by no means a bad to propose. They are neither p

day. King, were business visitors. to the !policy to plant a cover crop such all executives nor administrators, and
LINIMENTI county scat Monday. I Iron or Brabham cow pens or bunch not concerned about results. Their y +

Frank Green, of Coleman, is the \ehct' beans in tho middle of rows, only aspiration is to get political
Christmas !guest of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Hicks, of Oak, is visiting leaving lit least two feet of space! on power at tho hands of the people, but
: BY DRUG AND GENERAL STORES Charles Dinkins. friends and relatives here this week each, aide of the row, which can be always at the expense of tho governed

I ,I, i jl 1 cultivated up through September. In I and the consumer who must produce h
A. H. Harley sp..ntIt'veral days Miss Cecil Hall, who is teaching in the fall or winter, tills cover crop ran the wealth to pay the bills.! Continued .

: transacting business in Columbia Miami\ it upending Christmas with 1 hu disked" in the .ground: shallow, and agitation for so-called! nationalizing -

f NEWS ITEMS OF BUSY LAWTEY county last week.T. her parents, Mr.\ and !Mrs. II. K.: Hall. will l h" of >great, advantage in supply- of Industries, and various i.

i log humus to. the noil. forma of government" ownership, will d
D. Wearer, of Waycross Ga., is W. 1'1 Dirt and l family of Aluchuu In regard to pruning, for first year weaken industry and tho entire economic -

j t: Edward Edwards of Ft. Pierce: is as guests of her parents, Mr. and spending a few days here with friends county were visiting here Sunday.Dr. you have to ,prune according to vigor structure by injecting an clement t

:Mrs. J. II. Tatum. this. week. and size, also dilTcrent,. varieties! of political uncertainly Investments 4
pending the holidays here at the
If Mitchell\ of Jacksonville, was require different' methods of pruning. fall ofT, enterprises are not undertaken
'. home of his mother, )Mrs.' M E. Ed Mrs. W. A. Barrett, of Jacksonville Earl Roberts, of the university at the )leader, of the services at the Baptist Such varieties 1111 H. W. !Mun- : because the legitimate! .v

.' wards.';'' spent Christmas day hero with her Gainesville, is spending the holidays church Sunday morning.(. son, Carman, C'hampanell, Lukfatn, functions of private business are interfered '
,. I ,,:. I mother, Mrs. M. E. Edwards. here with his father, E. J. Roberts. llerbcmont, l I/r. Collier: or in face with by political el1'rll"l'It.
'4 k| Mrs. Ina Rivers, of Green Cove, Mrs. Mary Prevatt left Monday for on all of the Post )Dak and f'harnp- inent. Politics and business simplyI

pent several days here lad week at, Mrs. Pearl Jones, of Ft. Myers, I is Mr. Boyd of Lake Butler, was Macon, Ga., where she will be the anu Hybrids. you should leave from ,I Inot,i mix. Serious-minded thinking 'i

the home of her parents, Mr. and spending the holidays here with her the guest Sunday of his daughter, !guest of her daughter, Mrs. Bowdon.. four to six eyes on cm'h lateral. Vanties business men, who plan great Industrial "

David Durban. mother, Mrs. G. T. Pearce. Mrs T. L. Willis. such as .\rmul II, Itonaldo I'Mna : undertakings, whero capital is )t
.-Iicrs. I Mrs. M. L. and Mrs. U. D. I Raw- I Headlight, Itrilhnnt and Ellen: to be finned. back over long periods 'l

t, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Roberts spent I' Mr. and Mrs James Godwin, of Miss Linnie Wilkerson visited relatives Icy and M. L. Jr., of Green Cove, ore 'I I :Scott:; will r"'IlIiro| a shorter arm, avid of years, find their efforts blighted

the first part of the week in DeLand Starke, spent 'Sunday here with rela- in Maxvillo Saturday.! : visiting friends and relatives hero i|would I mean from two to four eyes. and paralyzed by tho uncertainties of
"" tives. this week. In pruning, always cut direct through political jugglery. Tho multiplicity

Jacob Johns, of Starke, was in our eye or joint, as this will greatly! facilitate of government activities, creation of ,
E. J. Roberts visited relatives in town Friday. I Mrs. R. 1,. flirt is the guest of relatives the tying of tho twine to wire more regulatory! commissions, enactment
Baldwin Sunday. and friends in Alachua county for support of more laws slinking and destroying -

Pearce Jones of Jacksonville, spent this week. If further information is desired, foundations of individual -

A I Dr. E. L. Biggs, of Starke, was a Christmas day here with relatives : address H. G Gardner, Box K.VJ, Itar-I I'nlt'rprift.tr" thin black clouds 'fl
professional visitor to Lawtey Sun. Purchases Farm PropertyG. I tow, Fin. |I''looming up on tho national hurixon. "'
C. C. McCormick of Waldo, was a E. Daniels of Dowling Park, .-The Manufacturer
a Wish day. visitor here Saturday and Sunday. Ga., hall purchased the largo and fer- TIIK IILACK CLOUDS :
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: I tile farm of David Jones, located a i
Rev. and Mrs. J. E. Kelly and baby -
Henry Bennett of Jacksonville was short distance west of town, the consideration .
v% I of Sanderson, are spending a few Our country and its constitution 1Jml\lr.ii. :&CJ. U1.Le
"I hart. taken Carded for run- I days here this week with Mr. and Mrs transacting business in town several being 7000. This farm have withstood successfully tho tremendous JIb".u.A 11oV. Le/,";f rt i iL.anrar. >

down, worn-out condition, Penny Dinkins. days last week. has a splendid variety of fruit tree strain of readjustment after ..Ir11: lJ.. ;... :.,-- i 'i ,
and the have been .. ............. ..
1 rvouMieM sleeplessness, on it, buildings kept tho World War and during the I .. ...,.... ... .e.f' 101
P and I wu weak, too," says Mrs. William Baker, of Jackson The Christmas tree services at the in good repair and and Mr. Daniels past year the shock occasioned by the ... -"'""

Mr,. BUvle EatM, of Jennings, ville, spent a few days here this week churches here Monday evening wero secured a bargain for his money. death of a president, a national coal f.4..J F"r"--") OJ"
,y, ', OkM.. "Cardul did me Just iota with her father, O. E. Rhoden. well attended and enjoyed by all. Old He also purchased a small farm w' ''t
r'I, of good-te much that I gave It Santa was out in full force and the owned by P. B. Hunt located on the

f to my daughter. She oempWaedofasoreneuI I Melvin and -Lonnie Prescott, of children had a merry time. Southern railway, just southeast of "ASK YOUR NEIGHBOR-HE KNOWS"For x''
.ht her aldea the limts paying $1700 in cash.
'j j and back. 8M took three Highland, were shopping in town on Mr.city Daniels, comes to us highly over. 35 ,.ear. the E. O. Painter Fertilizer Company ha. f..rni.hed Florida
..i twttlwefCARDUI Saturday. growers with fertiliser. The continued patronage of eiperienced grower gi*-
4' STRAIN GREAT recommended and we gladly welcome
TOIL proof of satisfactory remit. .
I. Miss Louise' Blanchard, of Titus- him and his family to our town. ,
P ville is upending the holidays here Hundreds of Starke Readers Flna I
with her parents, Mr. and )Mrs.' A. M. Dally Toil a Burden. Mrs. 1)). W. Moore and son, David I, Write r.r N.. r.u FrI* Jala Jaat I...... k

Blanchard. The hustle Mild worry c.( buxmaai of Thervsfta! were business visitors E. 0. Painter Fertilizer Co. Jacksonville, Fla
I men here this week.Auold i i
The- hard, work and! stooping' of ,
I N. T. Ritch, of Starke, was in our -
town Sunday. workmen & Relieve : i
Till Woman's Tonic I The woman's household earns, i
: Often weaken the kidneys. I
I :Miss Bessie of Jacksonville I COLDS
Terry < ,
Buick Motor
and her condition was much Backache, headache *s. CompanyDIVISION
is spending few days here with her
a troubles troubles :
'rl better. Kidney urinary I
in t'' "We have lived here, near I ;parents, Mr. and :Mrs. T. J. Terry. frequently follow. INFLUENZA Or GENERAL MOTORS CORPORATION C y,1.

for 26 and now A Htiirkc oilmen tells you what to
Jennings!: years Office.f General Manager
we have our own home in town. David Moore, of .Jacksonville, I is! do.Ask tlJii.nRln'
I have had to work pretty hard spending the holidays with his! par your neighbor!
u this country wasn't built up, ents, Mr. and !Mrs. J. II. Moore. :WTH. M Levltoii. Cherry St, says' BY TAKING Flint, Michigan i iI
II "I had( an attack of lame back that i I
aid"I It WISH made it I hard could for tell us.weak Mrs. David Durban spent several was annoying when I attempted' to 1,1n IT !RS I I'tl' : I November :2 2 1023.: I II '
stoop or lift: I felt tltuil and lanfuld. ) I
the medicine days last week in Green: Cove with I
women of -
A box of iKian's ('Illsrid Cltq.,"iONiC< i i ) '
that helped give me the strengthto relatives. > To Dealers nrid Customers-: "
I me of the (lament.: I feel justifiedIn I
I, ,. r ,6" 'M 'oo. -nN' Tonic
work. I
and do
go on my I reronimeml'rg' such a worthy remedy
EM I John Roberts, of Jacksonville, was to t>'1'eMl" While we all realize that unfair '

..,.a. the guest Christmas day of his fath- Prlcf arc! lit all ilualcri. 1 Iion't HOW TO KKVKI.OI': A YOUNG: methods employed by any company or

Imply ask far a kidnev r8ml'dy.t Y"III) individual will act as a boomerang and
'110) w'o K Plw--tl., gaum that __ I
s Mr-. I I.... ..I..n had .tor.Mllburn Since come into 1"'lIrinl/lln,1 eventually retard prosperity of the 1
('0. Mfi' llifTnlo.,! NY. yield paying returns so much earlierin originator we feel called upon at

the Southeast than t'lsewhere"-IIi- this time to state that reports being'

CALUMETI ,\Educated Animal ually producing a paying! crop! at IH circulated to the effect that the
I months with full at !JO monlhs- of t
' They tell of a young married artist crop Buick Company has been sued by one

'I4 I in Washington! Square who has a predilection those contemplating planting should its competitors for patent infringe-
world's great* for talking in his sleep. Several (five the very best of earn so as to ments is absolutely untrue and without

' 'a est baking times recently" he mentioned the insure maximum the plant production.After have been. set in foundation in any shape or manner. a
I name "Irene, and his spouse questioned -
o powder the ground, the first application of
him about it. As long as the buying public continues
fertilizer. should be given some timeduring '
"Oh, that" said he, thinking" fast, the month of February This to appreciate our present design as
"is the name of a horse. Lt certainly seems to there Is no r7
Several days later when he came i
intention the part of this company ,
home he asked his wife the news of
It has the day. to make any radical changes. "'

"Nothing:-' exciting happened," she
i fie feel that you are entitled to the
replied, "except your horse called r'
'' YOU up twice." I I above information as a contradictionto '

Foods- ..r-J I propaganda being circulated by com-

petitors who desire to retard our a'

Better sales. You can emphatically state

n Bakings C LUM i r that such reports are absolutely with-

out any foundation whatsoever.
Siil slor' over Very truly yours ,

'l ij times one third m, MENTHOL COUCHJJRDPS I H. H. BOSSETT: ,

as hat ol a century 3AIt I"( 'l'0 We grind Our Own Lenses President and General Manager ?

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than this number in all probability, '
I Brcdfcrd: Ccimiy Ttilegraph read, the papers, but this is the number -I I t.' ,+ukc I Ai,
i -: printed. Compare this with the .n IEND-YOU )6IT* OUT TFIE f P0N'T NEED ACiJOK. WAY. T4

t t'atincllracity/ of the moving picture I I 'nrtrt tr-l I f.. HC; W?"'; TKLUMGA.BOOT : \ U5 \ THEVCEPECEE'NEED ARE ,
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Published weekly! as theatres, which is 25,000,000, ( TI 1'ZI'iR'IN' A FOL1y

second claps matter at the post I and you have some idea how near a. t tcultfORDrdIDt6miDUlltOtBA1i1R3r1Nfiplt Iai: TO GET A COOK!
rival the movie is of the press. / itij CM V
office at Starke, Florida.: /"'-' rsn
Of all commercial institutions, RICHARDSON-CREWS; .s"'r'c'

&'.. 3. MATTHEWS, Editor and Owner there are none possessing possibilities i r *
for good or evil comparable to Ttia home of Mr. and Mrs.\ S. C. Yet- '
L I these. form class by themselves V,
They a Crews of New River, was the scene CA.TI5'u I If
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY I Ij It would bo impossible to determine of a pretty wedding Tuesday afternoon () : i iYAWNN6

_' with anything like the accuracy nt three o'clock when their

j SUBSCRIPTION: RATE that a careful man expects, daughter, Maud, was given in marriage Ill
which of the two, if cither, at the to Mr. William Henry Richardson -

I'er Y.nr . 12.00 present time, In' the better. The un-
------ -- -- of Chipley, Judge R. A, Green,
f .: floslrable! features of either, where of Starke, performing; the ceremony.

I such are found, lire not sufficient The ceremony was performed on I
ground for a condemnation of the in- the spacious veranda and was witnessed 3wI
I stitution. The has its defects, ,
press ) Joy a large circle of friends 14Te ulA'
b I i i\or'fthing human has, while some /and relatives, an evidence of the high' r

publications are positively harmful; esteem in which this popular young ME C'rpNS;; : WAS
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'but who would therefore banish it couple Is held. f1.1-t:1o
I.I .MI" 1 tli- liriakfu.it. table, or refuse It The bride is the youngest\ daughter -: r.C""L.X! NT t WAS TALKING \HEMANNER'S [ .OUST\ OPENING \HIS;; MOUTH' TRVIN6VOU ::

ii ,plni-n in one's rending, unless it be of Mr. and Mrs. Crews and never : J } WAS SiT-TlN' THERE "TO geT A WORD IN WHILE tasks

one whose thinking is done with theni'ives looked more charming than on her Tool 't'AvINING I WERE bA9BIN'!
rather than with the brain. wedding The is native ''J
groom a :
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No. 4951! : Mary at present i 1ft I 7 ''' .,
cI j (Membership in National Highway : movie. It is an institution .freighted located at Chipley where he holds a I ( .
Association) with wholesome possibilities, and in a responsible position with the Glen St. I e ) I y W" r'Io,.0'

I IAN I large measure is nuluenry; and when Mary nursery. :..k1trir .-. "
the money-mail craze the crestin I .
passes I The happy young couple left by auto 4 .
''p ArTKRTUOUGHT this as in all other forms of business for their future home in Chipley ,! i 1r1 1\ Z ,
the healthfulness of the movie ( J. 4sIti .t 0.'"
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r Another (Christmas has pas p Sane? (Perish the thought! Christ- present. I II r1 ...
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{t r runs and, sanity do not go together Among: others two things are necessary I 11''I"s Maude !Manning and Mr. L. 'f.i' ;; .4y/: ,/-I
P constraint. in reaching a just estimate of W. Strickland united in J '
Civilization means were marriage '
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: Is liko a (gas bag, the gas! being un-I; any matter. First, one's brains and must lust Sunday, the 23rd Inst., in lJ'\ ...::1\-::.t,....:"' ..,.,./)\\ "- rev"r..e., .
willingly\ confined, strains at its enc he above one's own ears, not Jacksonville, in the Church of Jesus ;, / ... ( BLOT 'IN A.
of above the earn of someone else. Second Christ Elder 1" -'* f' ':" ( BLOTTEO.Officials .-
c i, velope. If Home it cannot escape> Lyman Chipman performing : j j
1 and thus afford relief, the bug may 1 1burMt. as one TIIINKETH one must estimate the ceremony in the presenceof

r Christmas affords a Mort oft and not as one FI IJETIJ.EtiQuette a few friends and relatives.] i -

pufety valve, when wo can, in a The bride is the daughter of Mr. I Hampton, were united in marriage by I fis, Has Brinson, Bill Epperson, John of the Clyde, lino rccoirnm,

..t ure, "revert to type" and act mt'as'l and Mrs J. C. Manning, and Is an attractive : Judge R. A. Green at his office Wed- Powell, Lucian Hazen Gerald Mid- : the growing importance of Sanf.. p'!
W again the pranks of our woman of fine nesday at noon. :
young many :
dleton, Paul E. Canova, Jr.ihnot as a port and their business cumin.'
ceHtorg who knew no moderation at I qualities. She was a handsome bridein I The groom, recently of Waldo but '
and Clifton Brown of them than double their
Lawtey Teeny to more
Yuletide. The fool killer taken a va- : .s.W1:. 1rS her dress of navy blue Bombay now of Hampton, is an industrious
cation. The conventional picture of todoit.y "" crepe, with gray accessories. Mr. I young/ business man. His bride Is Randall, John and Maurice Langford, I ) capacity. This is the second

Santa Claus is emblematic of Christ I'I'r ', Y Strickland is an energetic young man the daughter of H. W. Harvey one of Luke Butler, Hollis Knight, Elmer I time in the past two years that enlargement

,r a mas prodigality. Santa is a Tlollan-I, and is one of the trusted engineersin of the old and respected citizens of Edkins, Bob Shipman, Miss Annie of facilities was made necessary I

iy der, and his countrymen arc noted for If. Jtrl drnrinf fmonol npltot atfoinlt the employ of the Seaboard Air Hampton and is l one of that town's May Powell of Macon Ga. by increased business. ,
+ economy His reindeer hail from the cf Bltgumt or hrt ."a.... Line railway company. attractive and talented _
V.I 1 may wntt AI.. A. Ltt. cart ft ,** most young
Scandinavian'! peninsula where Christ- nfwipaftr melon** ../f odd...." Mr. and Mrs. Strickland will make ladies. I

:f '\ 1 was Is celebrated very much like it and ttemp. .ev.l.p.-. their home in Waldo. Their numerous I The ceremony was witnessed by Mr

I '4/ 'f F was in the days of Odin-neither safe Dana A. I.RDA : friends extend congratulations and Mrs. O. J. Bryant of Waldo, Mrs. GET YOUR MONEY PROMPTLYINMAN
,f( '1 -; nor sane. Thrift provides the funds (1)) Will you plraM tell me wbAt and good wishes for a happy married Bryant being a sister of the bride.
w for the picture bridesmaids should wear In the evening life.
spending, 110 you They will reside in Hampton.
c ...", ie well drawn. In the way of bata? ((2) Are Among those attending the marriage .
bandeau Incorrect? ((8)) Do the REPRESENT THE BEST LEADING
The greatest burden civilization I bridesmaids wear glove nowadays were Misi Ella Manning and C. RECEPTION; FOR COLLEGE STUDENTS
)has' saddled upon us is that of saving M they used to? Thank you.Parus F. Boyer, of Starke.BEAUTIFUL : FIRE
noney; it is necessary for our welfare l1 l- B., Ala. ACCIDENT LIFE AUTOMOBILE

l j' yet against the" nature of most Small turbuns are worn a CHRISTMAS OPE- Wednesday evening, the 26th inst., BONDS, LIABILITYADJUSTMENTS
; deal Fitting clone to the RETTAA
men. But then comes Christmas and bead a they do they I o better witha Mrs. D. E. Knight and Mrs. W. E.

i \ ..: we begin to spend. The more we dressy afternoon or evening drawt Middleton entertained at an informal
1 pond, the more reckless we become. than a large brimmed hat. Itand capacity audience gathered in reception honoring Miss Madge Mid- .
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not oftcii. Undoubtedly the reason evening to enjoy the Christmas I i
which in too
all, when the "sanity,
r Hollis of the
V. Knight Universityof
for this 1 II that In Mum e churcbe I i'j
( of operetta, "The Trial of John and
many cases means the subjection women are forbidden to uncover Florida, at the home of Col. and
C ] '' eur better feelings/ to the spirit of I! their head. ((3) No. gloves ar. Jane" which was given under the Mrs.( D. E. Knight This pretty home I

l,, 1 gain can legitimately be thrown ojilom, worn by the bridesmaids l capable direction of Mrs. A. E. Wall, was bright with decorations! in the AT this season of the 'year ;
t I of today. That as/ well as a few
voice teacher for the school. Mrs.
i aside. At that time the very atmos. I
other dress. accessories seem" to be I Christmas colors of red and green- 4
phere reconciles enemies tightens | a relic of the pant. DeWitt C. Jones at the piano played I poinsettias, bunting anti red carnations we take pleasure in extend .
the bands of friendship: and gives inspiring marches and accompaniments I
| being used in profusion. : ing heart-felt I
our appreciation to
t JIIAR: A. Lena : for the beautiful
many of us an opportunity to show i operetta, I Presiding at the punch bowl were
I Please! state just what puff of a and :Mrs. George C. White and Miss\ Patrons
I that' we are really better fellows! than ) wedding' (where there In to f'lI medico :Misses Madge Middleton and Mona I II our in the past and wish
r I we had, been considered to be. When .. ) falls to the Isabel Bullen assisted behind the Alderman.
1'1'<"'l'lIon I I ing all
the ball in. over you may feel like I KP'Oiii' to Ihun"e'11111., If bin. best scenes. a Happy :and ProsperousNew
kicking yourself. for having 1 been n man comes. from Home .ill.stnne and King Cole and his court in their Tho following( charming musical Year.Turner's
where lodger, lit a hotel. rut n night, xhould gorgeous robes delighted, the audience !'program was enjoyed during the eve- .
rat fool; but you are not guilty; i
the groom offer to pay Ids I'tpiMiMen?! ning:
nil are fools!! there is no individualfool. ,,,. with songs and graceful acting that
With Ihnlll brought them rounds of Piano To Spring (Grieg)-Miss
many -
I .\ M I IH, I I 1.1 INK I: hi:> ul l 1'11. applause. I
there ,. Each: pupil of the school did Iris Epperson.
r Dear reiulpii of I the Telegraph On comimi'lxnn to 'Iii .liriilr'x. end
) are many angles. to this. subject. You iI j of a weilillnt,), 1111,1111'11111.\, ,- UHMIIIIhas their part perfectly and were ably Voice, (a) Life's Twilight (Speaks) :
are wiser and, better than you\ think' the mull I'lirl llu\vi\ir' Im assisted I by John Powell, Harold Wall (b) Give: n Man a Horse He Can Ride Drug Store

I nre. The fireworks you bought duties\\ are very illvdli'il and l they S. E. Ritch and G. W. Alderman as (O'Hl1rn-.John) Powell. I .
you '
slam,. with tin- fret i Inc" the tnnrr'ii/: >>
for the kick nre nil gone to smoke, liceno'No the rlerg'umu 'milM'xton \ the wonderful. patron saint of chil-! Piano, (a) Valse Chromatique (b)
but the money you paid, is in the lire paid, I 111111'.; xruolii.( IntlcMitioll hood, Santa Claus. The cast of characters :Medley of College Songs-:Miss Mona J J. E. CORPENING, Mgr. !
of those who work ten month III' llll'XlI'cH'M I 111 mil.'I III'' were as follows: Alderman. j'
it in the year to ho able to sell their ] fur the I ttcvloii a rcheiii'Hiil.\ If'/the church lit mast IH pruxlileHie
wares. in July and December.! Tho |I 11I11t'\'III.O 1 1: ring. the I I-II-'H| |/ I i'u- Attendant: .-Merton Clark ) ; (h I ) A Little Gift of Roses }I I

t toys may be broken up but some people ijiii't.. the. Inniqiiets of the lirlil. >,s- Guards-Glenn Hedges, and Joseph (C'ook-lIJi"s) Florence Matthews. j I :
who work eleven months of the molds. /mill If he. cho.si's. necKllis sad Thomas. Piano, Grand: Valse do Concert :!
his ...h." '... TUi'ii tho
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: year in order to ,sell their wares in Jack Be Nimble-Elmer McMillan.: (Tilt.onlOttl-l\1ills) Ethel Griffin. i
Krnii'.iii's: Hull I "11 rrhllt"II.III''' |\,1"1- '
1 twelfth, needed, the money. Jewelers, \Mcil, in lake the UHhors to ui'-l' :Simple: Simon-Mozelle McGruder. Voice (a) Four Leaf Clover; (b> I IMnh

candy makers and, hundreds, of other 1'1"III I Ito. ,flmrcli and iiiinfl1"! r5. nltwb'urd-llarold. Lindy, Lou (Strickland) Mrs. j I
I rime tu ,take. h,' 'inl,'. Ills liflilt "iroin Florence Powell. tars rrnnrnLyIGF4tQf3: DIIDrn] :! : r. i.jIJfmmr.n: '! jmt'fD mtmmmimnnmr.rnrJ'! !! '''' J i
crafts depend upon your liberality at Jack, the Giant: Killer-Alvin Beck I I
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Christmas,, time for existence Brisk i I I "krtum5' duties.I Modern Babes-Elizabeth Andrewsand > A group of humorous readings by YOU WILL I
trade during the holiday have averted i I Owen Griffin. :Mi"s! Annie May Powell, of :Macon, ENJOY II

many; a financial\ panic. A wise |! : } Mother Goose-Ethel Griffin. Gn. | I
man (not Benjamin Franklin) said' .c Mother Hubbnrd-Blanche Alder One of the most delightful features j I'

that "a penny spent is a penny e:irn- man.Sleeping. of the evening< was: a number of orchestra j THE MEATS FROM
uxlle; 1 IH n OUR
Cut* -- ( > iirt'feiTliMi' > selections by the following I
ed. You can afford to )pay something !;I l.iillni'\ If uscil,I for. a nut 0" II tan. Beauty Thelma Snetl- '
for the honor of being a great grove. talented musicians: Bob Shipmnn,
|I..e Mtsl I iit'liM'wiirilM. with n li.n." <'liiri'liiillnr
man in your family once a year for I I .. should' never I lit', lli'il, HI.' 111..1'> Mi Bnbn-Comer Long violin; Teeny Randall, trombone; and CLEAN AND SANITARY
all then look up to 'ou. It i N the | Idiot' 111'1'11..1|'|' |, IIS Itvlll CllllaC IIbuvere Aladdin, -Hugh Brownlee." :Miss Ethel Griffin, piano.

work, the self-denial, the prudence of| !Imru.Th Peter Pan-Paul Knight. The hostesses. > assisted by :Misses

I "paw" that makes. a joyous. Christmas I Robin Hood( -Eugene Matthew. Florence Matthews, Margaret& / Long OUR SPECIALS
possible. Perhaps it teaches your Merry Men-Hamilton Uitch. JaM Blanche Alderman and Hazel Middleton -

children a good,: lesson. about the value I .. Insignia<< of the American Red "'. lrownlee.AliceMildred, served delicious fruit salad, pickles BREAKFAST BACON 1 LB. CARTON I
of work and thrift. Cross Life Saving Corps on the bath. Gill. olives and saltines, with hot choc 35c
lull apparel ot women and FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ONLY
The Telegraph advises you to start men Humpty Dumpty-.S. E. Ritch. olate and whipped cream.
t a Christmas savings account for the I youths Is seen everywhere" at favorite Robinson Crusoe--Joe Sistrunk. The invited guests were Misses CREAMERY BUTTER i.ie I
bathing places along the coasts rlv j
p holidays u year hence, and you will ers, lakes and ponds. In Its unrelenting I 1"rIIlI1YDon Hoover. Florence Matthews, Mono Alderman, SUGAR CURED HAMS SSc ,
not then be left with empty pockets.( I campaign to reduce loss of life by Gander: ,-Ed NetT Jr. Eleanor Hedges, Henrietta Padgett, I

We hope our hearty wish of a happy j drowning the Red Cross' Is making Hog-:Marjorie Stump. Lake Butler; Ethel Clara Mac[ and PORK BEEF
and prosperous New Year will help constant headway, The demand for Chorus Girls-Hazel Middleton 'Jeannette Durden, of Tampa; Ethel

;you in this respect. I Instruction from organizations< la all Mary Cunova, Gussie Mae Bennett, Griffin: Margaret Long, Audrey Johns i- Pork Ham 20c 3 lb Rib Stew 25c :.
parts of the country were! no numer Elizabeth Brownlee Isabel Bullen, w
Grace Wood Harriet Ritch, Florence
Pork .
2 ous the past year that It was necessary Shoulder 15c :
I I5cI5c
of Hazel Chuck Steak
POTENT; EDUCATORS\ Andrews Beatrice Bullen, Fannie Mabel Edwards, Lawtey .
to more than double the stalt of Pork Chops 20c
Middleton Blanche Alderman Vivi- .
I I Red Cross Instructors. This work of Darhy.I Chuck Roast I '
t The two mighty teachers of the training for water llfe.saving showed | o'airiell-Lois Long Evelyn Stump rette Floyd, Mabel Edwards, of Law- Pork Stew I I5c -

_ present and rising generations are an enrollment of over 30,000 volunteers I| Etta Fay Gill, June Bullen Thelma tey, Williard Bishop, Josephine Brin- Pork Sausage 25c Round Steak 20c:

r the newspapers and moving pictures' enlisted for duty on patrol, for Andreu Alice Fernandez, Mary son, Aileen Alvarez Kate Struth Western Pork Chops 25c Loin Steak 25c
S -the movies and the press. It may rescue and resuscitation, all competent -1 Brownlee Martha Powell. Louise!!! Fernandez Clara Mae Shepard -

not be known generally Just how i to Instruct l others in the standard I Coops Billy Graham Charles Lucian Thelma Brinson, Madge: Middleton PICNIC HAMS ;i .

mighty are these two molders off| water-safetp methods., The Red Cross Kickliter Theodore Young/ Ben Blanche McNeil.., Iris:! Epperson, BOILED HAMSBONELESS ..... C :
by of the War
thought and action. They are almost { gives request water! first aid training Departmeat at the I 8tl'rnberlt.illiam' Duncan, Tom !Mrs.: Florence Powell, Messrs. Gary PICKLED PIG FEET 30c i.

rivals, as the following figures show. I United States Military and Naval Huwz. Glenn Wood, Merrill Struth. Ennis of Tampa, J. E. Malnes Jr., MACKEREL 2 for 25c
There are approximately 21,000 newspapers j I academies and In the military lratningcamps This beautiful operetta was broughtto John Padgett and Hal Maines! of EGGS, Per DozenVariety 55c

in the United ::;States while I for reserve ofuc r> and clrll- a close by G. W. Alderman as Santa 'I Lake Butler. Carr Colley, Earl Roberts .

c there are 18,000 cinema palaces. By | lau The tour cash prize awardedby ( Claus who brought down the house of Lawtey Harold Wall Powell

p the term newspapers Is meant publications the Red Crone last year for heroic I with his solo and jolly good;\ humor. Carpenter, Mr. Christy Tom Lim- Meat MarketNext
of all types! as well as that II I rescues were conferred upon two girls baugh Joe Wainwright, W. M. Wainwright -
a boy and a Indicating that the
I dally or weekly paper. A diference' ESTES-HARVEY j jMr. Warren Perkins Charlie
youth of the country eland well at i
Carl Knight Wilbur Scott, Next Door to Bank of Starke 124
of only 3,000, you observe. The daily i if tile top la conserving Ute along our Johns ,
I Oscar Estes Lourie G. Ray Carl Johns Cyrus
newspaper circulation is said to be water course Raymond and Miss

'. around 40,000,000. Of course more I Beulah Minnie Harvey both ofv Hoover, Jim Kickliter Orville Grif- dC1)l! m ......,
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::, Christmas is all over, and it is time ': NOTICE: TO THOSE INTERESTED !' by Mr. Ritch wore well rendered. i j Torode, Lnwtt>y. 12-21-22 .

I to begin to prepare for the next one. IN TREEMr. ULlllmEnnmS The children did splendid, despite JF.rDRNeV '
A Christmas savings! account at the I I the fact that several were unable to : spring catalog ready. t

Bits of LocalInformation ( Dank of Starke will be thu moans of S. Rico, of Cr'st"lew.VilI be attend on account of sickness. One If you have not received copy send d
ir saving both money and worry. It feature of special interest was tho name and address today for this I.
in Starke January ]10th and those
well '
I illustrated and instructive ,
I "White Gifts for the King." The children -
I, wishing information regarding the planting guide for 11)34.) Will be 1 '
Just a little money put aside each had each tilled a real, useful
planting and care of same, should see !
week will give you easy money for ;: him. \Persons desiring to purchasethe stocking from toe to top with fruit to send copy Kllgora 1 v

Concerning Our People, Business ana next Christmas It is not too late to ,; trees arc urged to got their order. ,t candy and nuts. They each expressed Seed Co.. Plant City, Fin. 12-21-4t: ,

I (; Progress in the County and Town. I join the Christmas Saving) Club nt 'I j in now. Sw Mr. Pemorest or lonvu'' how much joy it gave them to ba WANTED TO BUY-A good riding I t,
the Dank of Starke. It | able to give to tho poor, motherless oho
:your order with the Bradford County horse with saddle and brldlo. Must
I anal fatherless children.
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Bank a bargain. Write box
E. It. Shii'man and ] of No. 10,
family, ,
Following the singing of several selections -
Brooklyn! Fin.
1'' : : Frostproof, have been visiting! relatives I The Presbyterian Sunday school j' each marched by n large, 12-21-26:

I and friends in this section during held their Christmas service on Sun- j white box and deposited their gifts in AUCTION SALE-Tho following

i: the week. Their many friend: i) day afternoon at /B o'clock. A prog- the box, which together with the :Sunday ; property of Mrs. l L. D. Prevail will

,1 were glad to meet thorn again j i rum nf readings recitations and monologues school and free will offering" of bi old at public auction January

] I interspersed with vocal so- $rt:10, wore sent to the ,Childton, 'e) r, 1021 : One mare buggy and
i II I Roadmaster, W. A. stationed I Int ?
I los, duets and qunrtl'tteVa" enjoyed I Home in .liu U-im\illo. wagon ; one sugar mill and kettle; ,
I I s Attapulgus! Ga., ia: homo on his'i Ina largo congregation, The treo' The! entire program' was,, .'lIn'II"ntlt\ nil farm/ implements; lots of household .

\.. : ,I :' holiday vacation with his family. Mr. was gmlv) trimmed and brightly lit to slumn\ \\ nun'b "iuan I L6.> cl it,,t iv good; also the. place, 40 acres
f Colley is very popular with II large with clivtrif lights. At the close of of land Will bo glad !have oil ;'
to ;i1 ue t II!'.in f n roc -i\o to l 1
jcall. I circle of friends,] who rejoice in mooting ;
I the exercises a Christmas treat was .. interested come to the stole at t thoplnco ''r
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him again. !II distributed to the members of the i' Stunted in Alnrlum county, ,

\ : I school us well as all children present ; one mil(' from the old! Ft \Harlev ,1
rose : Frank Carpenter and some friends I, fold !Sale: will stall at 10
M 1 \ n. m. f ;
W. went to the lao] swamp :Monday' and i i W. R. Swanbom and family have R I K.: Prevail, Starke. 12-232U
I .gathered l an autol. lId of ml.tll'tle.Amon ITNTA1V0RCOLUMN
been )guests of his parents, !Mr.\ and, k
Rthcm were some plants bearing -
J. : !Airs A. Swanbom, of Saxton, during
I;[ berries, which are white and' .
{after (I tho holi.IIlY"'lIltl'r"" is )remembered Auto Topics
closely resemble seed pearls. Such
{ j here he his
j where boyh"uddays.
I berries seldom found a'nllIro _. l
I are very --- -- n J'I
He later got employment at n :
i objects of curiosity well]) beauty '
as as -
L : : sawmill in Jacksonville, where h<, lost FOR SALEro' 1 line' steak' bull i'I; I Jlf'Q'

,I[ I one arm. Nothing/ daunted, ho kepton Jersey' and l-t Durham. Writo or \ \ ; ( \ :
| I at the business, learned, it thoroughly E., F. Andrews \ l I
phone Capt. Hope ':
W. E.: Riley, wits tad father have \ !'t "I .tE I. I
I I and filled Important positions (Hall, Hampton, Flu 12-14-11. 00<. I j. '
arrived here from Columbus Montana I \
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\ lip has now been enabled to go into ---- -
|tee, They arc at present occupyinythe the milling business on his own account WANTED -Rt""|>on<>ililo man or woman : 'l17l lL. 1,1111,1'lVafcl. // ;, \\
Knox residence of
just west
} land : James Hornsby's, on the. Middlclmrgroud. / I as Swanbom & Thompson, at in every community in :South': 'l cil V/ ''ll: [fir
Itulrio, St. Lucta Florida to take subscriptions for
,i t, : \. Mr. Riley is well pleated, with asv
I tint Tampa Daily Time, Liberal
: this section and will probably] locate I !
8 ing AGENCY(: ; OPENED.; \ 1 commissions all or spore time For
and : hero permanently. I It will bo of Interest to the citizens : particulars, write Circulation' lie.I'nrlll11'nt An overheated: engine not only

of Bradford county to. know' that tlm! I The Tampa Times Tiimpn imlirati'H (the need of nil war x
The Christ mils Saving Club is. the! I Victor Talking Machine Company; Flu 12-1,l-t f U'r or nu'ch.inifjil uti ju | nll'nl to

Sis : latent and best thing in the way of have established. '' an agency in the ': __ __ __ _____. h __ prevent t damage-it is i a "tireignal"
JN. ,, preparing for a season that at best i I coimtwhere their products, victrolas] I WANTED-Man to share crop on'' "+i S that "should not he i in-

r ., has more or ]less worry for most people. and records, can be inspected and listened II farm. Good place fur a good man. toured Keep t the enuine, 'utll-
Save little each week and
|f,.I+ just a to. DeWitt C. Jones, of Starke > Write to A. I"'. Petterson, Starke, I the gasoline" wood! and cloth in
the financial end of the is
I ov
njthis ercome. Start your Christmas worry account has recently been appointed ns their I Il't'prl'M'ntative or see ma at Manning's Store Saturday lour cur are easily ignited./
| of and in addition. to thestock *
afternoon. It There are other common
today at the Bank of Starke. It :
of victrolas which he will car riiusoH of lire, some of which
jl ,,' Christmas there ry, ho will have a splendid selection | FOR SALE-20 acres, 2 story house, cannot he easily detected cy
morning was an
[eon, ,, of the various records. known as the Henry Norman placeon
> j Even R minor blare in your
impressive service at St. Murk'sEpiscopal I
ling This information In of special val-i tho Lawtey-Raiford road is r'
churth. The church was; going | car or garage means an outlay
filled with worshippers who listenedattentively ue to those who already have the VIII-I to be sacrificed at your ownprice. of cash for repairs. It ,
trolas it will place right here at We aru going to sell it for
to Rev. A. E. Dunham'sfine as < IN wise| to insure jour arallIillHt G
C., es I homo the opportunity to secure the highest offer. Bide open until I I .such loss.
,. I sermon on the Nativity of Christ. '
very latest in the record line th.1 December 2Hth. Must, shall and, going -
There was also special music suitedto !
the to be sold.] George M. Inman Get Automobile Insurance: here

f day. CHRISTMAS! TREE AT CHRISTIAN agent 12-2J-2t covering fire, theft, collision, liability

.. : ,, The following]) children of Mr. and] I and property damage.J. ,
Etta: Mrs. J. J. Rigdon spent the holiday The Christmas program of they| I.OST-Olt the !graded road between

'f with them! Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Cor- Church of Christ wall H perfect suc- Starke and Lawtey, a Goodyear I R. Davis & Co.

f bett, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rigdon, of toss throughout. The central figure, tire, tire rack, \license tag and. rear
( Plant City; Miss Flossie Rigdon, of of course was the large anal well filled I I light. Finder will be suitably rewarded I Agency KHtublinhrd: lHRB I ISTARKE. ,;

( Jacksonville, and Mr. Lacy Rigdon. i tree. Tho songs by the choir, led I by returning same/ to W. E. FLA. ,

I They also had. as guest Mr. J. Pennil!, -a aI
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of I
.II Bank II .
I -
D. G. Kelly and family, of Sulphur:': ;

Springs, near Tampa, are spendingsome I
time with relatives! In this HOC-
I the ,
tion. Mr. Kelly time hud l xl
some ago/ ,
I ,
Andreu.'J the misfortune of being bitten by a t

mad dog, but immediate steps TIM,

treatment were taken and, his' many

friends are glad to know, he is n"w mlfc
I ; / out of danger.The .

smallest dog probably ever
." I i brought to Starke is owned by ('"un-
t h I dlman C. 10'. Hoover It is a whit

\ ;: I French poodle of such diminutive size
is ': that Mr. Hoover can easily put it m'

son, I I his breast pocket, and the (luflV head
: : : : o flhe little animal] then resemblesa >

large white hrysunthemum.. I at I I \ -5 Another ;

/li ( -
t r/ Blrs, : :Mr. and, Mrs. I U. A. Weeks and & J

children, of Broker :Mr. and Mrs. Year w

t;' S. 'F. Dell and children Mr. and Mrs. .",

'.+' fd.iy ,] J. E. Wilson, of Gainesville, were din- ,
|ited : n'r(1U'"h Tuesday of Col.\ W. T. h r
Weeks and Mr. and Mrs\ W. L. \Vnli

I I :
be''! The junior B. Y. P. U. had a gay

{ ,' II Christinaparty Tuesday evening at y'a
the home of Mr. and] !Mrs.\ O. J. Griffin

:\11" : :: A tree loaded with infix wim

fnia* placed in the front yard, and on each ,

Jter. ; : side a big/ bonfire was built and the I
children had a merry time rest 1\ III'

: gifts and playing Iot'amct the
Sner, ; of the evening hot chocolate and, wafers !, f
: l : :
and : were served.,} About twenty young
people enjoyed the evening.Senator i
| I
t rat' ) : : 1-. P. :\Miller of Pennsylvania Retrospective hours are here again. Men of families pause to weigh e, ;y

|sale : : and Mr. J. J. Lawrence, of
: : Keystone Heights, were in Starke "n' achievements of the past twelve months. It is good time wasted-unless costly

) Wednesday attending to business andextending experiences are converted into firm resolves to make the coming year a better /
ville, invitations for the opening ,
f leI' : of Keystone Inn, which. has just been ,II one. If

-s I i I completed at the Heights.( Senator '

Miller is president of the :
i I',' which Is developing the Keystone :' Responsibilities make men great. Do not despair at failures of the past. r '

ith I Heights/ proposition I The that interests is "how for
or 4 I II I They are gone. thing now you most to care ,

'; \ "! "! Before buying Tires see Smith .I your family properly-and at old age find yourself independent of charity." "

>, rille i for prices. j I
".:with '

.' ... I II Miss Josephine Rrirnon spent thoI' The answer is a simple one. Spend less than you earn-and save the
past week with her sister, Mrs. J. ECorptning. .
I I ) c't'' :. I II difference. You'll be surprised how soon dollars pile up in a saving account.

i Then you can put dollars to work for you. They will earn your ease and I
! ler Judge and Mrs A, V. Long, Mr.
; i iMr. : and Mrs. Louis T. Jarmon and Annie comfort. l
I i I IJ
J l.onof/ Palatka, and Gus C. Long, I
. h of Annapolis Naval Academy spent 1t.
1 Christmas!' day with :Mrs S. E.Brownlee '

; .. and Mr. and Mrs. J. M.
I Bradford Bank
y. i ] : tlrownlee. County ,;

S. W. A. Scott, who l.i: an employe of
' "' w : the Volusia County Bank, De Lan,!, s

Irs. spent Monday and Tuesday with his tt,
ex part'ntIr.: *nd l Mrs F. A. Scott. sla'p'

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---- --- are hatched under hens in March and LaCrosse, attended church at Rock met Saturday afternoon with nearly i

4 Bradford April. Sunday all members present. They elected I ASPIRINSay

With The You cannot depend. on hens getting Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lewis and son, permanent officers and a board of di- !

broody at this time and the only safe Purvis attended to busines sin Stnrke rectors. They are going to plant folly -

and sure way of having early broilers Saturday. 250 acres of cukes and tomatoes. "Bayer" and Insist!

Farmers and fall pullets is to use an Incu- Our school closed Friday for a vacation -

bator. You cannot possibly make a of one week. -
more profitble investment. You can

-- pay for it with early broilers and l\o Worms in a nuuiLI.y: .:.1111; this i iv QkW& .

have the the incubator and .. iintnublcdultl.worm.uo. .
OF ''vcrmg an inquiry as to poultry conditions pullets, t. *r aw- v
\ EXTRACTS FROM h'j\\ ..ilnr. which: Indicates pour 1 blond n A .ea T
I here."People brooder all to the good. ru there' in more or Ioee I nttimnch dhturba cei.l .
from the southcnrt are Did you ever stop to think how i ,v ;:9 TASrtLESS: CHILL IONIC rilveii r. Hula 1
''y : irtwaorthrra weeks wlf i-nrlili Id-l It ad
efforts to establish coming to this state in summer, be- many valuable eggs are lost under ,P(,::GthedlaiMiLlon.aadiu.'taitiiiinni'ra'.SircD: -
P Although
( failed cause they have learned that nt this old "fussy" hens? If you would keep '' r nlctothewhnlaiy tpni. NmuriKilt: en I fi
) the dairy business here thr..wnlTrrdl.pel the wormsaodtheChhldwhe 1 .
before because of management : season they can enjoy as much real account and charge against the hen, .la ixrfnt health. PlMuam_ _ka.8niwbo'Ja(
poor ?
V once there is still enough Interest to comfort here as anywhere elre In the as would the incubator, you would 1 1, j jI
continu'-d. "That set another old hen. It wouldbe
milk truck country, the letter never SEABOARD TRAIN SCHEDULE
to start
try from here to a the creamery in Brooks- 'fli'mmcr comfort is as gooil for hensas a blessing to the poultry industry, t j I 1111 By Arthur Brisbane
could the broodiness be forever bred
.ville. for humans. (In effect Nov. 11, 1923))
"The hpn has an ideal working dayin out of every hen. If you will com- SouthboundI ..
r tlio
I Calvin Coolidge Talks. I III. 't j u see name "Bayer" on
Brevard Keen interest being manifested Florida. In January her working pute how many chicks hatch from a No. 1 reaches Starke at 12:16: a. m. |"iuUninr; on tahlc, ,% yogis arp not giiting

/ in the South Florida Fair and j duy I is! over iin hour and a half longer dozen hens and how many are wasted I' No. 3, 10:59: a. m. He Knows What lie Wants. tinKeiiilinw, liaycr prcxliu, pn

of New York Massachusetts. comparing the results with the No. 21, Cedar Key, 5:00: p. m. And He Tells You. slit mill 1 l hv phvttieianit' over twimty tai t
enthusiasm i is. being shown over than that or .
.iinl .
great I I 1 safe millionx
No. 15 Limited ; proviMl for
number of into 1:16: m. jpjirs
same eggs put a good p.
the Indian River Orange Festival to And it is the long winter working Another Bible Ver..io..

be held }here January 23-26.;) I I day that counts: for it is then results incubator in, you favor will of almost the surely incubator.find I NorthboundNo.. 2 reaches- Starke 4:15: a. m. Culls .lie I.umhuRo HcoilothoTuoUiiH :r

I that eggs are most in demand and No. 4, 4:26: p. m. A presidential message, telling Kiintehc KhcumatiHm. .
Then with machine
the the chicks
St. Lucie-Heavy shipments of bring the best prices. The summer are No. 20, Cedar Key, 8:50 a. m. Congress what the President thinksit Neuralgia; Pain, Pain

e etables are now moving from Vl.g:1! working day, however, Is plenty long all of the same age. With a !good No. 16, Limited, 5:57: p. m. should do, and over the head of Accept "Buyer Tuhlets of Aspinn"only.
brooder this means a little more but Wannee BranchNo. Ell"; h unbroken package contaniHproper
to northern markets; fully ; enough here."Floridu'g I the '
county and evenings aggravating work than with a 101 leaves Starke 7:45 a. m. Congress telling the people why ; ilirei'tiotiH, Bandy boxes "lftwelve
carloads have lest so far this fall, the I I Presidents thinks he ought to be re- tablet, ts cost few rent l Print
\ cloud and dozen hens in as many coops or boxes No. 101 arrives Starke 3:15: p. m.
shipments being from entire length 'are so clear, so free from I i alas sell bottle of 24 and) UK)
,: elected must cover points. gmtu
) many
I scattered about to chase in
i of county. Beans have composed the j fog, that the hens are up and out long every 'I President Coolidge's deals 'Anpiiin in (lie, IrooV'" mark of lliyirM.nnifaitiiru
I ft time a dark cloud comes up. Agent. message of Monoacetioacidoster
I and after sunset. of
although other i before sunrise
bulk of
shipments, -
y I j Write this department for plans with foreign affairs, money, prohibition Salicylioouid.
in volume would be hard to improve on our ,
I vegetables are increasing I for better brooder houses, fireless Colas: Caut: uriji and influenza education, our islands, Army
I daily. Should weather conditions remain working: day, or our all-year weather LAXATIVE DROMO TibleU and Navy coal Muscle Shoals, far-
brooder and brood coops. See them QUININE remove ib THE COUNTRY WEEKLY
, favorable shipments will increase conditions. cause. There la "'!'->...- '
only ear Quinli
I, I mers, the bonus, immigraion, taxes,
and have them built.COUGHING .
this the absence of rain in R.: w.GROvE'sel.nehwtw
: for some time, lasting through "Add to : dos SUe.
railroads, merchant marine, budget, Mighty is the country weekly. It
I I I the winter and into the spring. Irish tho cool months, the absence of winds -- *
BROOKKR foreign): debts; World Court, negroes, has swayed nations and peoples sad

potatoes are being planted, and land I I during heavy summer showers and RELIEVEDThe Russia, highways, forests, etc. doctrines and creeds. It has inspired
is being prepared for large tomato the very few stormy days we have, morn you rough the morn you .
ntniiii jour tliroat, lungs mill Htn>ni.Knise Brooker, Dec. 28.-0. P. Gainey -- rich men and poor men. It has built
plantings. and you will see that Florida is a the! phlegm" / easily without Htrua: made business All this ground President Coolidge up and it has torn down (tearing .,
a trip to New River
'real chicken country. No other state or pain by baking Ijeonurdi'ti. Cough: :
'fy Syrup (C'ri'OHoU'il'>. It in HoothiiiK.henling ; Wednesday.Joe covers in a message that has the down usually when something needed l.
" Jefferson-A group of our farmers can equal it. pleasant and, effective. flat" merit of being free from high flying to be torn down). It gets its"week"
e have joined the Southwest Georgia thing for ImrKini/ coughs, deep! seated Hazen, of Plant City, was at- and the greater merit of be-
oratory, in New York state. It ban
colds bronehiti., grippe and tending to busines ehere
Growers' Association To croup last week.A .
1 Watermelon ; Stop a Cough Quick nhonplng, < ugh;:: A mont beneficial much ing perfectly blunt, outspoken, un- moved the pen of proser and of poet.
indications to an increased take end l safe for children needed rain fell here on
point HAYES' HEALING HONEY. a treatment and mistabuble in its meaning.You John G. Whittier in "Snowbound"
of watermelons next in medicine which ud.ilt. :Nine yourself from colds, Wednesday and gardens are lookingfine.
t ; acreage year cough stops the cough by tnmtlinil\ xi-rfouK. trouble fet! i observe, first of all, that thereis said: .
healing the Inflamed and irritated tissues.A .
: this section. bottle of LfMinnrdiVi; Cough: :Syrup not a word that could offend any At last the floundering carrier bore
box of GROVE'S O-PEN-TRATE (Ci: eoHiHIM!) from your druggist today, Mrs. Turner, of Alachua, was the
I SALVE for Chest Colds Head Colds and und bring quick r"lief.IIIGIlLAND. rich man. The most important work The village paper to our door.
Lake-Organized a new club in citrus Croup is enclosed with every bottle of guest of Lorene Huzen here Thurs- of all is to cut down taxation, says Lo! broadening outward as we read

i I propagation): at Lake Tracy school itA YES' HEALING HONEY The salve day.Mr. the President. That will please the To warmer zones th' horizon spread,

J' ,. with eight boys. They will grow the should be rubbed on the chest and throatof (Hough, of Clayno, passed thru men with big incomes. For while In panoramic length unrolled
I children from Cold
t I' suffering a or CroupThe
nursery stock on the school grounds, here Wednesday enroute to Gaines- been
not actually payingthe
they We saw the marvels that it told.
I hMllmtafrart of Ham Healing: Honr' ?In- Highland: Dec. 28.-G. II. Barker
bud, cultivate and, when the bud is Ride the throat combined with the bealmgefTuituiI.rove ville. heavy taxes, it annoys them even Welcome to us its week-old
the size take them home and a 0-Peo-Tr.te Salve through the pores of left Wednesday to spend Christmas
/ f right): the skin soon stops a omuth. Miss Eunie Hazen, of Island Grove to think about them. Its corner for the rustic muse, ,
with his sister Mrs. E. S.
y I .1 I plant in grove style. Each boy has Doth ramartlea... packed In Doe carton and the Carpenterin
came home Friday to spend the holidays -o-- Its monthly gauge of snow and nut,
!, ( a 1 coat of the combined treatment U sea South Jacksonville.Mr. ,
... i an equal number of seed to plant and President thinks the farmer t
Just ask your druggist for HAYES' and Mrs. George Lastinger of with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. The Its record mingling in a breath
i t seedlings to work with, and will be HEALING HONEY. D. W. bonus for soldiers. That at least t.
g Daytona arrived Monday to spend the Hazen. The wedding bell and dirge of death:
' allowed to take the trees home when
I holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Hazen, of Santos, is shows political courage and will cost Jest, anecdote, and love-lorn tale; ..
the work
r the many a vote. Perhaps those that The latest culprit sent to jail
Mrs. R. D. Prescott. spending holidays here with rel- ; ...
Madison-Gav--- I EARLY BLIGHT OF TOMATOOne Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Padgett and atives. I would have been taxed to pay the Its hue and cry of stolen and lost.!
meat cutting
bonus will make up for the lost sol- Its vendue sales and goods at cost, :
t children went to Gainesville Mondayto Markley Johns, of Starke, enjoyeda s
demonstration Thursday, a represen- of the most serious diseases of dier votes but that's doubtful.
And traffic calling out for gain. \
spend Christmas day with his
hunting here Friday.
t: tative of packing house
a company the tomato-early blight or nail head -o-- We felt the stir of hall and street,
mother Mrs. Carrie Padgett.B. .
I'. assisting; many farmers were pres- rust-may be controlled by the use B. Williams business visitor Vascoe Hazen and sister, Miss Lo The farmer is told that he is doing The pulse of life that round us bent; :
: I ent to witness it. was a rene motored to Waldo
of bordeaux mixture. Friday. well the whole eleven of
to Jacksonville several days last pretty on The chill embargo of the snow
The plants which the disease Prof. J. B. Wilkerson went to Tallahassee his staple products having increasedin
upon week.J. Was melted in the genial glow;
I Walton--We located a fine fruit occurs should be sprayed with 5-5-50 last Friday to spend the hol- value from five billions three hun-
swung again): the ice-locked door
E. Wimberly, of DeLand, haveas
farm three miles from DeFuniakr'I idays with relatives.L. .
bordeaux at 10 day intervals. Begin dred millions to billions. As
seven And all the world was ours once more
guests for a few days, Mrs. R. L. ) J
; Springs; it will contain 40 acres of spraying the young plants in the seed Crews and children of Hampton. R. O. Hazen of the University city I one farmer to talking to another, Mr.

Ratsumafl, June blueberries, grapes, bed as soon as they have developedtrue is "spending' the holidays here with Coolidge tells the farmer' he must

Chine.se Hand pears and excelsior leaves, using a weaker solution his L. Crews family.spent Christmas day with relatives. very his crops. The man in North DO YOUR WANT TO SELL

plums!; bids fair to be one of the best say 3350. Virginia Weeks spent Friday in Dakota would say, "Come out here

4 fruit farms In the county. In discussing this disease Dr. G. F II. C. Wimberly, Jr., of Orange Starke. and do it." YOUR FARM OR GROVE?
f Park, is spending a two weeks vacation -
,. Weber, associate plant pathologist of here with relatives.A. Miss:: Mattie Lois Hawkins, one of --

i FOR HOME: AND STABLE the Florida experiment station, says our teachers, went to Tallahassee to The President thinks the farmer
A. Crews, J. E. Wimberly and
Tlio' extraordinary Borozono treatment that "it forms irregular spots upon spend the holidays with relatives.F. will profit "indirectly" by reductionof

for and flesh Bcaldd wounds in. ruts rffcctivn sores, galls, burns the leaves, stems and fruit of the to H. Wimberly, Jr., were business M. Sanderson of Plant City, wasa taxation. He won't when he hasn't
just OH in the stable visitors to Lawtey Monday.
I r'i ad in tho home HOINQ flesh heals. with mato. The spots on the leaves appearin Highland Lodge No. 75, 1". & A. M., visitor to the Brooker Truck Growers any income to tax. J

remarkable' sped| under iU powerful in- the form of more or less irregular, elected Association meeting Saturday af On the whole the farmer must look ,
the following officers for the
j, iluenec. The treatment is. the ensue for 'concentric, dark rings, somewhat resembling ternoon. out for himself. The President says,
nnimalrt oa for humans., First. wash out coming year: )I
rifle The spots E. S. Gainey of Plant "No scheme of relief
infectious with a target. City, spent complicated no
+ r' germs: liquid Horozonr, N. V. Wilkinson, W. M. .
t and the Borotono Powder completes the vary in color from slightly reddish Kyle Cannon S. W.Richard part of last week here with relatives. plan for Government fixing of prices,
I .; hrabngans: ....... Price (liquid) 30e, 60o to dark brown, and often the larger Griffis J. W. Mrs. Jane Osteen, of High Springs, or resort to the public treasury will v

1 and 11.20. Powder30eand6Oc. Hold by spots are covered with a grayish II. spent last week here with relativesand be of any permanent value in estab-
All Drug Stores black mold. The spore that are produced friends. lishing agriculture."
II. C. Jr. '
t Wimberly, Secretary.
t on these spots spread the disease M. F. Hazen, of Winter Park, came -- .
They held installation services on
) WHITTLE GATHERING BOLL and are easily detached and car- home Sunday to spend the holidays The farmer will recall drastic
St. Johns day, Dec. 27th.
i\\ f WEEVIL DATA ried to other plants, by wind, rain with relatives. Government fixing of prices, freight

and persons. Mrs. R. A. Weeks and children and rates and passenger): rates did a great
To collect all available data regarding "The disease is first found, usually, Ella 1lao'Hazen motored to Worthington deal to re-establish railroads. But We hare many inquiries from western
A bottlo of Horbine on the shelf at
i control of tho cotton boll weevil on the lower leaves of the tomato home is like Laving A doctor in tho house Sunday. apparently there is one political econ- and northern farmers who have

was the purpose of a recent visit by plant." all the time. It gives instant relief when Misses Thelma and Bernice Parkerof omy for railroads, another for far- written us asking that we send them

C. A. Whittle to the Florida Experi- tho digestion gets out of order or the New River, were visitors here on mers. the descriptions of several farm
bowels fail to aet. One two doses. is I
or propertied, groves and undeveloped
ment Station. Visits for the same A TONIC Sunday. .
all that irt. -
neeesmry to start things/:
I purpose are being made to all the experiment Orove's Tasteless chill Tonic res ores ing and restore that fino f....linn of mov-j Livingston Russ motored to New There is no doubt financers, stock land in this section also many .letter

stations of the South. Energy and Vitality by Purifying and aration and buoyancy of srunta which belongs River Sunday.I. dealers and so on, heartily approve from business men of our large cities,

This collection of data and information Enriching the Blood.. When you feel Its only tIJ perfect 111m th. 1'r'co 60o. ,V. Pinholster, of Jacksonville, President Coolidge's speech. They besides many among the foreign born
is the work of the cotton production strt'nilthenlnll.lllvilloratlnil effect see howit spent Sunday here with relatives. say, "At least he won't interfere with of the thrifty northern Europe nat

f council. And it Is the first brings color to the cheeks and, howit All Drug Stores !Mrs. I. W. Pinholster and Cephus business" and that is all they ask. tonalities

endeavor, it seems, to bring together improves the appetite, you v/lil thennpl'r"l'Iute Harrell motored to Worthington Sat- --- If you are anxious! for a quirk sal. .

what has been done by tho various institutions Its true tunic value. ZIFF urday.Mr. Seven women have been elected to and want your property placed before

along this line. Grove's TuBtcles chill Tonic is simply and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot, of the Parliament of Great Britain, these buyers write U'llnd we

Mr. Whittle said that it is surpris- Iron :and Qiiiiuiio suspended in syrup. So Ziff, Dec. 28.-Services were held Starke, were visitors here Sunday.A. and will have ther' say in the governing will have our representative call and

I ing how halo has been lone to combat plea-siml even i liiMren like It. The biooc; at Little Rock church Saturday and B. Surrency spent Saturday in of the British Empire. That's make the necessary arrangements.

this cotton needs QUININE; to Purify It and IRON to Sunday by the regular pastor, W. M. Starke. .
pest, notwithstanding:: very /good. Putting seven women !n
its tremendous! destructtveness. Scientific [Enrich\ Destroys Malarial germs am' Moody, of LaCrosse.Mr. Elder nnd Mrs. W. :M. Moody and the House of Commons is like putting Florida Farm & Groves Sales Co.

'. dip !germs Idylls, Strengthening! Invlgo' : and :Mrs. T. D. Dyal receiv- 217 Realty Bldg. Jacksonville, }'la.
aro Mr.
workers all the and Mrs. Herman boric
over country :atirrt! tIT.: .... .0". Moody, of La- acid in the water with which
of I are waiting eagerly( for Mr. Whittles ing congratulations upon the arrivalof Crosse, attended church at Rock on you wash your children's little eyes .

u-port. LEI' IM'UHVIOK REPLACE a daughter, born Dec. 16th. Sunday. and noses. VERY purifying.

BROOIIY.( UNRELIABLE HENSIt Mr. and Mrs. Lee Thomas and chil- Misses Mann and Ll'llalac! An- .-

ii t HOWS THIS? dren, of Eagle Luke, were the guests drews arc spending the holidays with Another version of the Bible is .
Sunday of their uncle D. D. Thomas. I
relatives at New River. 'The
to be
published American Bi
do what we claim' tor It-rt>i your "yitvrnof is time to start the incubator J. G. Surrency, of Graham, spent ble. Professor Schaflf worked thirty I

Catarrh.Catarrh or Dearness caused by work on the poultry farm, and to get Mrs. Clifford Shirah is spending a part of last week here with relatives. years on the translation J. P. !Morgan I FIREIs ,

rid l of the ) hen. In the South while at Ga. with her :
i iiAUva CATARRH MiniciNR' \ con- broody Wayeross, parents I Mrs. Turner and Miss Lorene Ha- and Company are interested in
Ian of an Ointm.-nt. wlili h (julcklrItellevea January and February! hatched chicksdo :Mr.' and Mrs. Taylor.
: zen enjoyed pleasure
the catarrhal inflammation. and a rip to Clayno the publication.But .
the Internal MuiUclm, a Tonic which best. Messrs. Elias Mines of Tampa, and Thursday. the
will the
f nets. throufth, lima the aavtaiiiiK I lino.I on to restore the MucouHurfacva normal The main reason for early hatchingis brother, Bill lures, of Cooter Pond, L. It. Gainey, S. M. Mott and A. L. marvellous language of the prefer old King it Your House? '

conilltloim.HoliI to secure early chicks. Good early- were guests of friends here Sunday Green
I were visitors to Alachua James version.
I by druKKlKt tor m"r "n Tear on
10' J. Cheney & Co Toli'doi O. hatched pullets make good early fall afternoon.Mr. I Monday. "For
the stars of heaven and the
layers, while the old hens are taking and Mrs. Brittain Groover and I Idaujtht'er Royce, Lons and Toledo Our business is to protect ;
.. Gainey attended constellations thereof shall not give
HENS 110 WELL IN FLORIDA) a vacation and putting on a new dress Margaret\ of Sumner, spent II the Christmas tree program in their light; the sun shall be darkenedin I you---large and small e

t FOR SAME REASON :MEN DO for winter. At this limo egg prices Christmas here with their sister, Mrs.R. LaCrosse Monday night.I his going forth, and the moon shall I ..;tir
I!s always jump upward. The late hatcher B. Thomas. r Best Reliable CompaniesQuick
not cause her light to shino.
v The same thing that gives Florida ,, or he who depends on the old Miss Avy Starling was a visitor to I I Pe-tersburg I You can't improve much on that Adjustments '

broody hen will not be in tho Brooker .
i drawing power over people also run Saturday. kind of English.CHILDREN'S.

makes it an ideal ttute for raising of ning for these high prices, says II. B.Lnnsden Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Thomas and D. W. Ilazen is on the sick list this DON'T LOSE

?h J poultry. Money has been and can Florida's extension poultryman. children are recovering from an attack week. FATAL DISEASES j SEE US

be made from poultry here by reason Besides: this early-hatched pul- of measles.Mr. Messrs. Hare and Moseley, repre- Worms and parasites in the intestine* :

t t which Influence men and women to lets always make larger and stronger and Mrs. Frank Reynolds and senting the Wilson Toomer Fertilizer of children undermine health and so i

r flock to the Florida playgrounds out breeders, lay larger eggs, and are son, Tommy, of Daytona, spent Xmas Co., of Jacksonville, were visitors to I weaken their vitality that they aro unable Peek & Perryman
of the frozen North. not so susceptible to fall diseases. here with relatives. Brooker to resist' tho diseases so fatal to child life.
Friday.Mr. The sofa course ia to rive A few doves of 83
t Anyway that opinion was recently Another strong point in favor of C. S. Kelly returned Thursday after and Mrs. Lee Thomas, of Eagle -I White's Cream VcrmiCu It destroys Telephone t,

expressed by Dr. N. W. Sanborn, pro- early hatching is that you can sell a few days visit with relatives In Lake, spent Sunday here with rel- and cxpeld the worms without the alight-, !I, Starke

f,..for of poultry husbandry rt th- 'T> the health or -tivitv of the '
child. lYico Cjo.; ixild
I, Florida college of agriculture, in an-1 I about double the price of those that J! :&1'1'. and Mrs. Herman Moody, of I The Brooker growers anoclation All Drug Store by I j ,

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-i-- f wll. said Isnils. doled 1 IntereiiC and Sinking No. 23Hiilaiirp
: his over
ITatll.i T>lcr. *. ) fcottli-d in courtgilgo : Nov. I. IMS' _____...________3Aft( .U .
-- --- -- --------- --- ---- October Itt). A. 1)S In t ant Twenty-two (22)) 1 N!,-...ii.l. during monlh ___u___-_ .. 84.2B
I II hook Two (rreonl>. page of Bradford county. \\srranls. liu>u,'.t ._ ___h________.... .
:: of" ttu.- public llitlailco n.... 1 I. 11128 _.___ _- _-.3850.(IB WITH YOUR PRINTING '
't"i\ 'II'", following dmcrlbed. personal property Diwi-iutnr I. 1928.ST"TF .
c. f'i-- _. 1 in llrnilford .ounl,.. to-wlti ': OP M.OnilKA I ,
I ff i I OHM Hi-ay hone about twelve yw.r. old. OOl'NrV' OF lilt VDI'ORU.I '. .
,,,,,,mhlna, about twelve hundred n," liounds hrriby r.rlUv that tliv rnri>"nln( state- 'c,,
"" ('..."""'. I mi-tit of the nrrvluts end iliiliurscmsnU 01 I !oI -.ec.airiw--; a. r .sti '
I "T1 R E.: KNI.1HT. llu. Ht-luml ftiticls. of Bmilford County, for the .- ,i 'e-8' '
I I I Special Master In Chancery.Solicitor : i munth of iiij.t.' Is true and correcttn ,- .-rt
I t S CREWS. : the, brat nf to t'ri.n ;.I and belief I 'I,
I for Complainant. 12-7-SI-1-4 H \MtSCilNii.. -
.I County Btiuortntendeat. I _-_-- _-c.

I ,, i' -:--- NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOR| TAXIFElt ,lit Quinine ..i Dote ,...1 lieu S n. II I lvq1I

UM)EU SECTION 57J OP TUB to.ii am! U. t: '' II
i'r.lkMI. { :: b.\Nr: : .1 .. '. .:.I I ,i I
GENEKIL STATUTES t/ .nyiin,' d UiiHit CLj*lnit ncrvuiisiifHsnr rMmtniiiu
II I f..u: litud. t.W.OKoUS. ..... iaiuif .> I

; ITi-reby notice l I. nlvrn bet fAithS:: H.: Hill I 1 I
I tiiirrhaaer of lax s"I lo i-erllnratos nuiibmslrmliiictlvely
174. loB( and 212. I..u.t0, the AN .\PPKAI 'It) l'.\KiTSLonr
I : tux' colli'dor of nrnilford County Florida. I
'j raid' rrrtinenta number 174 being. ilnlnl' A,'w. ,
J. f 2. 1H0. and mid certificates mimtwn-il tHnml (
: 212 being ilntoil JulY 4. 1H21, ha fl'nl parents of schnnl (rhlMrcn! you

r said eprtlflcaU-a In my office and has tuade I'' nnturnlly/ / Jcslre your i-hiUlren to get 1
application' for tax dJ to .Issue In accordance
., '. with law. (the !KH-atest puHxiMe lipnofit out of : rightfully expect more tlian a mere following! of'your .

) IlqI Said certlflcatr respectively .mhra,'.. the I their wurk in ncliool during the rest! YOU
following lamia In Bradford county. Horlilri, I when from this
I oiwnwi'd at date of till- 'Issuance of .krhnrlltlrnli .of the .\" 'I\r. Uwnuse nftor nil, yow you get printing shop. I Ivc
I ; ; ; $685; *l Ll.Y f.I f. a l In hotll'. nmnra rospeetl\uly: hvtrln I .
'. ,: I,nPI .: : \JUU'PH) after particularly apt forth to-witl 'I I think more (if your children than of \ promise you servicr. Service includes an intelligent

Certificate No. 174 embraces South half : anything I'lso you have.In .

nf 22 Lot E.. 10 12 .In.....Woodlnwn.... a.....ed Sec.'\l...oraird 14. Tp.A. 0 Wll, 9..on.CVrtlflente It.. I (mt'r to ninke. urt' of tlII' l' irct- MuJy of manu cript; the proper facrs: of type to be used; perfection '
Lower Priced Than ,
Ever Before No. IllS emhrnCfS North Half I tints thnt honclH\ you need to co-opo-. '
of lot 12 In Woodlawn. See. 14. T .. 5. 3. K. I in alignment; exact quality of how 1 to it
22 F. 5 acrm aaiuwpi.,1! Cute Clomons.r rato mo'-t liwirlily with tI'.,' touclu't1. paper; < print ;
TilE miny desirable qu.iliues inherent in the I ,'rtll1..'" No. 212 ..mhrn..,. W. K A of nn''
:t SoJ.ui commend this the consideration North Half of Noittiwest tjim-tcr of Northwest You niiistrt roll thy whole) bunion and fold it. '
car : S. 1. 22 K. 8acre .
I QuartiT See. 25. Tp. 5. the teni-her. The tcitrher/ it simply
of every discriminating motorist .. aHsras<> substtute.ViIi No job to small for '
T'nh-ss ssld certificates ihall bo rmlcwmml l laccordlnir your lit'lper not your our

: I When in connectionviti! tlicbc quiditics the low I: the 7th to day law.of tnc January.deed. wilt A. I ls)..ue 11J4.Witness tlirrtonon you n"l. thort'fure, Rive earnest heed Quality Printing Standards ;,

price of the car i U considered tho:: value of the Fordoryed my official slirnntnm. and .M-al' this t"I fi'w "1I1tg'lti"lIfl''lI1| a toucherof I I

1 n becomes mim e. In it you ,obtain at the lowest I the uth tiny of December.O.Y.A.. A TV LDP 1i21.II MAN.Rral wiili pxporienco nnil tenilerest Bradford

t possible cost n car of snug comfort good appeir.mce. rr.., ( ) C.Citric A. rirrult KNIC.Iir.Tnlirt.Ry R) "npiilhy, ? I shall state. briefly some\ : County Telegraph

; and high utility. ; 12-7-B-1-4 Deputy Clo. k. I thinK" thnt are absolute' necessary' for !
M "Printing Matter of the Better Kind" '
teacher in hi,'r
I you to ilo tu help the .
, Its LOIenient: operation dependable performanceand MI FINANCIAL STATPMKVT OF COUNTY .
: long lire are well known. lhe stjleol its appearance. ti ruM work in behalf of your own _n __ __ -
! Monthly Onarirlal, Statement of rrfl>(for4 Von nuirlit' by nil!I moan* ,
the attractive comfort of its interior exactly in
are .' 1 ) of 11)JIPulnnee IIIlIk"j I
:;' county for the m line with the present-day: demand. : I G..I Fund suro your YOUR
: I r'' ,' Nov 1. 1H21 .-_-_u4Mq 41Rorc.it.t. work iijrncil, I them ench III)'. Give .it.nc.1t BLOOD NEEDS
C month, .. 720( ,H4Viirrnnt .Lt v-I '
., 4 i You can buy this ear through th* FurJ /H'ertty Furthate Plan \ | *during IMIIIM -. _- l tint at( them ti,> tinilerNtnnil! ; t lint they must the Worlu": Hi !htt t

ale Iliilnnre n..., 1. 192\ ...-Fundllnlnnce 417B.dll got that done before. they (ira anywhere 1 I i :_ ;; I THIS IRGr TDN1L
,! Nov. 1. 1921 ._ ZH! .linIfeeoiiitit ( nt all nights. If you do nut ,- .

I Authorized I li! \\iirnint during lnmie.1 month.. _. 11102 B5 St much of thnt work KOCH undone, in ai t> ", ,i.jlVInlor > >K'S IVpt! "i- II I mr-ni I pnivilnun ->,

/. ".' ItnlanccPec. 1. )hiLl -. 136.2H spite of t the tencher'n, iitmoHtIK! !- ... .11.w..4; G in .in, "le r":11: ID...itlemlily ,,
Ra.4 Fend ;* .11 c innl.ilii.l& -- a ("I'UIwhll'h
1.:;, I / ;1 I Hnlanre Nov 1. 1921 .-._.2RX1 litRoc.itcta lance. Then when your children get :. will I I not i irrilaie I I llio w.I"Kt" .

f Warrant durinir Imiiml month._ -..2711.4\1 4*.27! low frrmlcM in tests. and examinations r..l "'..- nloniai'h) iiin' iniuii' tin, 'Ir.'ili, hilt v

f Rfc62-O? llltitlnnce D.... I 1021 .- 187.B1 you will thoiifrlitU'Hhly M.inie (lie I \\hith ..'lr. I ii\ I l.\ ,iii-hi < the !Mooilnnd 4
CA R Itullillo Fund .I i inviii'oi'iili't the' hodv. At i 'lIt'd"IIt.'lCittt'li
J Hulnneo Nov. 1. ION _._ BAB \teacher for not having taught/ them I '
: tL Receipt during. month ___.__________ r 1' .: i I in I Iniiiul' ami tahlct I form.Triil t

Warrant I.....,. _........... better. Free I Tablets T.. ,,,... r.1\\ "..ir..,,I lf
nulance v..... I. 1923 -.- 5.6D lo! Direful ubout let till//{ your children ? ,. ,h"R"1o, ,''??',???
Ontwtantffftff Fend S Him.. of CmlK'ii., .. I'lliti'-Mnniinn.' uili,. l.nluy I
Ttalanco Nov 1. 1021 _nuu_... 2110511 attend the movies Mot of the fur ...'no.r..... 'Irliil, I'lirhiiKu of Tnlili-ln." dimll. ,
-- Receipt durinir month -.- 1ft,21 hown harmful to n,00y JUrit .11111"0 tutu I i.iires. iii .
i t I Warrant Uauml __.._.............._ pictures are very AI. J. lln-llfiiKiii l> ?.. lilt: W.irr.Mi fat.. N. Y.
1 NOTICE OP LEASK OF COUNTY CON. limed will offer for salo and will sell to KalancM D.-.. 1. 1021 ...- 270.HH )'oungmind.... The ideas' your children -
VICT3'Mutlee hmhest and best bidder fur cash. In front (lmln(* Fund \ Gude9speptoMan .
\ I I the courthouse door In Starke. Bradford th.\\ Hiilnncp Nov. 1. lOJt) _.-. 7S: BO get at moot of the movies utt,-r- ,
la hereby given that on Monday. ty. .Florida on Monday the 7th day of Kicelptii during month -____._ unfit them for doinvr gIIII! workin \
( January '7, 1924. the lca.. of the county conIjlrlet uary A. I). 1024. during the legal hours Warrant bmuml _......_..... ly :
of Bradford county will be old In front I Cain for the purpose: of satisfying Bald t.II Pnlnnce flee 1. 1021 -. 73: Itt) school. besides' your children an
decree the following described real' ly. Widow P.nil.. FpndItnlance
M.f; \ the south door of the courthouse In Stark.. I Inn and being In Ilradford' county. Florida, to- Nov. 1. 1021 _. 4142 need to\ put in their evening their ,

.. ) {[ to the hlKh .it and beet elIgible bidder : wltt Pen-lnta durinir month -. -- .11 J
.'o\4\' ;;fcr, aid county convict*. aubject to the lawarninv The Southwest Quarter of the Southeast Warrant |issued -.................. you rnac-. _____-
I Quarter of the Northeast Quarter : and the Ilnlanco flee 1. lOil .__- 4160Airfriltaral who\ can make sure of their doing so.Don't .
I ... aame. Period of acid leaae will .
'1 Southeast Quarter of the Southwest Quarterof Feed -- -- --- ---
time .
I ...n through. the year 1924. The board re- the Northeast Quarter and the North Half llalanrv Nov. 1. 1021 1.15 plead that you haven't
i. erve. the right. to reject any and all b...... of Northwest Quarter of Northeast Quarterof Receipt during mouth ____.___._____ to be bothered that way. You have much e Hier for you to visit the .
j J. M. BROWN LEE. Southeast Quarter and the North Half of Warrant ,issued. ....................
!1 Chairman Board of County; Commiulonera.U. too much invested in children to I teacher thiin fur tho to hunt .
i Northeast quarter of Northwest Quarter of Knlnnce. n. .-. 1. lftJt\ .. 1.15 your tetuhep :

AttoatM U., W. ALDERMAN. Clerk. 12-14-31 Southeast 1..1\\ Quarter all In Section Thirty-six Bradford County. Pwember I. 1021: treat them thus lightly. In the first I' I Mnrtlii will eoiuniHiiilHie I; you up hcciiiiHo tlm. teuchi I in unly 'i',,

--- T7T"the! State of Florida flesh andbltotl I I' '4 'Itt itto' \-lilch liop-oT ono whereat I the
-. South Half of Southwest Quarterof place, they are your own four I 1'l'rH'III. / "parents are
MASTER'S SALE Southeast Quarter of Section Twenty-four 1 hereby certify thit tee rorerolna Ntatemeatof in of their becoming nt 8i>iillliAuil| 1 In ii a', ; t tfi niinieroiiH and 1 (jut teacher Kenernlly, 1 1I
zinc "case
(2.1)) all above In the reeelnta and riinbuniement, of the ,
Notice !ii hereby by being Township Five ((5)). world. ,
Hrouuil I tin '
!iyirtUe I I of that certain v.FsnBb;:, .orno South of Ranira Twenty-two (22). East of Tsllahniisee f>tndN, of Bradford Tonntv for the month mlNovimiher. sick physically you would count nopoHsiblu I lly him HO muth home work I to .do niuhU
IcIuHure mado and rendered on November 22, Mundian containing. In the aincre. 11123.: I. trite and correct to the
'if 'A. 1>. 192:1.: by Honorable A. V. Lonir Judge gate 60 ....... beat of my knowlt-iluo and belief effort, or expense too greatif ---------- in hehulf of your children. that !he fl

( of the Eighth Judicial Circuit, in and furBra.ltorci D. E. KNIGHT. ((1 W. Al.rtRRMAN. only it promised 1 the restoration of I I | cnn hardly find l timo to hunt all!1 .
, I county. Florida in that 0ertanItCauee Special' M""<>r 'In Ch.n. ", (SEAL) Clerk rircntt Conn.BrarfFonf per must have tho right tool for hit up
I wherein tho Bradford' County a A. H' CREWS. f.iunrvttr your child l to health.Vhy can't you / i the pnrenlN.I .
?Hicorpori.tion. IN complainant;: and C lIaM ":* Solicitor for Complainant 127fil.l.4IASTEIt'S C. A. KNIrtHTTV work. IMctionnrieH are m iieceKHiiry .
I :Some
do fur the well child I HUih
.' gftnd Fannie Marka. hi. wife, are defendant uty ClerkYl'45'tCltl. I h'II. find time to co-operation' I a.-i thin will

',4.WIt 1 The undenttKned will otfer for sale and will __ U unc, that i is mire to profit by your effort tip older "pupilt an ax l lit to I tIC ,chop revolutionixo results at ",'hu"l.IllY:
I .. 1 In front of the courthouse door In Stark Notice is hereby given that under and by !! ? I If you want to keep your children 1- per. A few dollni-H invvHted, now in I we not hiivn it durinir the rest of tho ,

t,: 1 I'($Bradford county, Morlda. on Monday, the 7th virtue of that certain Final Decree of Forot r".ly ..on..I.....,'...... "r.o- wtetnnmn, out of future comparative usc- tho neceHHiiry liimkH, and,! other equipment term ?
|dor of .Taniinry A. IP. 1924 during the lt>tral Itwturc rnado and rendered on November 22. I -. ,tntv .r*..,olNi fun.!. for .h. 'nenth it I i
'S. 'ftLboura; of sale. for :* purpose of .atinfyinti'I'lnld A, I). II! M. by Honorable A. V. Lonir. Judge ,"'m1ie I 021. "''''UlI'l'<'', It nil )perhaps disgrace i kee|> Ixj!- fther with I Homo "real I (perHonul : One, of the Teacher*.

final decree ihe follow In tr doncribod real nf Bradford,the Eiifhth county.Judicial Florida.Circuit In that In and certain for, Nov f!.I.ner 1051.*f Vrfinnl____ Fnndrtiilnnre _.______ Itlil lilt I hem from the movies niont. of I thi,* intereHt, on your part will hrinirreturiiH ,1

?..Iot... lying and. being i in Bradford county I c ft 110 heroin O. M. Inman .to complainant. H.hl ,iliirlnur niimlh n_ 447(12 KVtirrant tune and keep them at Iheir, ",$"nn". | ) I in I Ilio, I livet i nf your <'hildreiithnt I 'I
:.Florida to.wit: ,I and rnsuulo Tlmo and Mary Tirno are d.,- \ ,, ,. Ixnuml __ 4ITtrt71Itnline : 3CfDlv10mtt'1SlnhIDllSrntlxnUCTDmr7lmTtDfl3cad ) ) ( ) ) )
.' mmencinjt 'ill; feet from the Northeast 1 fotidiinui" ,. Pc 1 1. 1 l121! : _...lilnSinDUIHft I Again if you would],! thou hfr\JlIy t will I I I WIIII.I Is''I'fully I I gladden, your ,
t corner of liron h-.uy- and Iloyt KlrtteUi. on the The undersluncd. will offer for sale and will COFFINS & CASKETS '
Nn. I he ,its and,' make the
: : I Mil l t.. the high, and best bidiler for examine I the report cards out'It month$ community U UJ Und
I ut cnh. i
North side ,of Iloyt str *t. and run north 1O5 rtnlniien. Nov 1. 1021 ________..____-- 11171:
f.rt. Eiint afeit.' South 105 feet to Ifo)t In front of the courthouse door In Stark proud I of and hildren. I'c
I : H'r"h'| durinir nnmlh -- hItS you would help your children! 'really.. you your .\ a Full Mn. of
f-strot't thence Went:; C2>,j feet to beginning: : I Hiiulforii county, Florida 1 on Monday, the 7th. \\ntrnnN.. i...uefl ___ .__ S3 inllntnnee
t AlHo lAte :JU. an. 31. .11!. 33. :14. 85 and 85.t I 1 i dnv of Tnt. nary. ,\. D. 192.) .. durinir the legal P..e I I. J lfl( >'1 21 Illnte.l ('omntC'r1i1 them for the good grades, And' lu-it hut not( host he mm' In J c Untlcrta&OTi' Supplier ,
Oowhn,,'. mMiBtion linniH' of OI.) o.h purpose of satisfyingI I I
"f Block Three ((1)). in It. N. ,. No. t
finnl I fit C >. tin* following .t.cc. rihrd, real' then inquire sympathetically I into upeuk' a word of encouragement' orctmionally I,
T to Town of Slarkt All of the above beE I rn CV.i.lrnP Nov. 1. ln1: _.__________.. S2.H1' ,
fnff In the Town of Starke and in Section estate' 1 lying ant bring In llrndford T* ,. ________ I Show \tAI. \ .
1 Motnln: to-wlt. cOllntY'j f furlnir month n I the reasons for the poor rll i 2'J, Township ft ,80uth. Ilunttu. Twunty-two w,. i 1..1 _ in.nn ,
S. iil23I( EaM.: I1. | blfven acres, more or less ,'- at. .lrict. ",.... 1, lOll _____ ---_-- -_ II8.28 ,I them I that; you are genuinely interested that he or she these rvvs i il.i And I i il you ..,. on ham) The lirat *rrW ,

,. t \1.'.. Noitluani, Quarter of Southweat Quurpfr ttn Northsctt of I the Southwest corner of Quarter.the Northwest of SectionTwenly Quar.toe ,I II ni.|rl>, "'". Sl.rIrcft in them and! their work. Talk the i fuel I hot the does not dexervu it, hy .. ail the lowest price. Special .
i otithraat Quaiter of Section 31. Township ( | Nov 1. lOll .. ______. B'PH I
[ 6 S, ith. Range 22 Kant.bu I I1. : - South.Pnntrt Kant. I nr't.< ftdtirlnir month nn._- ___.. 1171 I mutter over with I them get their view nil I I rneiiiiH neo her. You know I that I t till i I ItrntUm In trlr rsph or- 4j;

\ > Nun I t'.i"t QuulI, of the Snut hwectguartr alum'. the North linn of said quarter, run section, j "*Vm" ,'ninlM,Iron iiHiii'rl n..o. .I. I02S. -!. -- -. ___._ u.. 1HII.4I Ofl.flB of il then talk it over with the teacher children very( often jet things wronu' : .*.. Relll"horPe'' ICtnhminrr: I ,
i 13 In Northwr-st or
t ot.it acres cornerJ 110: feet thence South to the south Ime of --r-----
J rii-ction J:, I'n\\njthip 7 South Kan o 22 fluid (iunrt .r mction. llunico W,>r>t 1.20 f*>i't to 1'1.....' N... 4 also. and ionichomo with i I xtranu-e t taleialiout
,......, the Font ni'I, of Stark and Samleraon road I Pii!.nre Nov I. 'tOll _.n_.___....... 41.87Tfeeelnt } DeWITT C. JONES
Also Norll"...' Qunrtcr of the Northeast :thence Northerly; along Fart I. ,. of said mmiito : J diirlnir month .............. Again, bn ready. to furnish your whitt the tt'udwr says and 1 doi'M. (
l (I..rler. except ID ucr<* In Southeant corner the West Hno of said Section Twenty-one Warrant "iHNtierl' _______ _______ 21 BOIliitnnre ,
( hildren I t the necessary tools, I including Y<.m ISriil out dirrclly from I lilt tea..<-her s r AHKF., HA
__ .. !
Dcc. ln"1 14.87 a
or SLtliun ') Townnhip 7 Mouth !Itnnwo. liJD. : Cln. thence North along West line, to place 1 ; .e
t E..I. nr beulnninir. In Ih" Northwest. Quarter) of I PUtrlr-t N... 1Unlnnre I did ,Ii,nil 1'11,><. l Kven: it wood I 'chopIll : wh.il I nlie "atM and iloes. I It i It .n.I'll
/ E. KNIGHT. the S."lhIY..t10". "'" of Section Twcntvono1t. Nov I..21\( ___--__._--_._-- 131.II! I I >IlInlmm.nIDf"IDII"mmQO! )
Special M.wUT in Chancery. t2t' TownshIp Six (fit South, RanRe Twenty ".. ...u .t.i. In,. in.,11Viirranli .n, _-_ ___ ___u- :_
A S. CREWS. -,wo i xz", r.imt \ 1 Iftmiiiil =:::::: JO Oil
Solit-i .ir for Complainant. 12-7-Ct-l-l Pnid nnle In"inn made ntbjrct to thn prior t'linnnHIT.,, I I 11121 ---.- sin.onniatrlrt
",'n now cxiatlnfr In favor of the owner of No. I
4 gK\OTICE"OF"TDM i vTMfitTRIK' FOR Ely : that certain nun,.\ttniftt f-cntotl hy I.). M. I Itiilnnr. Nov. 1. 1921 __._________.... 8000
NAL HClIAlfGK Smith and Alma 8mth to W. '1'. \Vo.*kH. dat' *>d U i'. t.ts' rliirlnir month) ________._._.. roAit" ( '
April 21. A. P 10JJ and .nr..1. ] in mort- WiirrnnlH, |1.0".1 __ -. 50 ',.. i aor ANi-TueQ. LETTE / 141: '; CECTAINLV!;: t.41' rLAN I W!' L I. .e Ii""
Notice I Is hereby niven to all whom It m.1'.onr.r"
', 1-. that on the li'th' day of Dpccmber. rairo book ntimbf-r on*. at pnirt. 410 of the OtiTdiart I PIT I IllJ.t! : ____ ,!I'H : ;! THAT NErHIiWMoqr.\; )HE WANT'S" akV V222Joot>? / l3T1ElrOP:
>l tTtnlnnr
f 'rlrt No.
tjA.? lJ :ii Ddl:J. I tfhall apply to the Honnrabli* ,, Public IlfCotilH of Drntlford county. Florida ; ,, > .__________. _. >.Ht I I AN h THINIOH' .
101 ? LABEL
I It. A. Green J mitre of said court. an budge oftr..bcte. tibia nutijivt In the Hen crenfpd by the two Nov 1. 1021 00 OFYoUi'tELLlM'ro!;: START A THSMto / UPcrrTON
note. duo complainant by the defendant not ll,00.tttc I iliirlntr month __ 11.40
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i?. of the for estate my final of Henry dmcharire Garner.as .dmln..t..e.trh decea..ed ; due. Warrants lmni ___ ___ .ft
I,. KNIGHT. Iliilnnr lire. 1 I11 20S
( -- yI
and that at the same time I will 1 present my ,i J''I.; ... /
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'I Special In Chancery. Dlntrlrt No. I ir'SA. ANc'I fio..O woit
final I accounts administratrix t of said :
| *st ;
tate and for ns their t A. S. CHKW3. Rnlnni-o Nv 1. l<)21 --....___________.51.31 \
[ nHk approval |I
Dated October 19. A. D. 1923. :[ Solicitor for Complainant. 12-7-Rt-l-4 rr...,. pta durinir month) ___..._._-___-
GARNER. WnrrnnlK', Imiiiil __ .- _uu_ 20 onHiilnncc 1
.- IRENE --- . __ 1SI
., -19ft-12-14( ) AdministrmtrU.M Dec I I'I'JI' .00
nutrl-t No. tPnlnnrc
-- STER' ALI I In Circuit Court. State of Florida. Flwhth S....". I. 11)21 _____....__..... '
Judicial Circuit. Bradford County in Chan. f"ppf.ia Hiirlnf month .____....
Notice (I. hereby vtvcn thnt under and by I eeryS Warrants (I'"NI ____..__...._..-_. AU'OCA"I"I
., i, virtue nf that certain Final Decree of Forerlosurtj K Hitch.Complainant.. Hiilnncc Ocl I 1021P1c.d.t____.._......... .
[ made' and rendered on November 22. I No. IIPalanca

; A. I). 19J3 by Honorable: W. 8. Itultock.A : VII i I Nov 1. ll 21 _______.___..... 134 11f
[ Judtie of the Fifth Judicial Circuit of Flor- Lena Rttch.IJffvmlant.. *> oriole divine month. ..............
: ,\ hut Honorable A. V. Ixmir... judge" of theF.iehth in Warrants Ismml .. -___________ IB 00 I
Judicial Circuit beinc disqualified Land Tt appearing by affidavit append..1 to the HnlnnoH DM I 11.21. -_ -.- ___u 11977 7
the Federal
that certain wherein
bill filed in the .bov..tated caiue that Lana ni.lHM No. II
t : Bank of Columbia M. Suirlinir a corporation and Nettle I. Starhnir. complainant Ritch. the defendant tberrln nam..... I. a non- Vta'lanc.. Nov I. 19n! ________________ I2FNrflpts fiR _
and J.
renUlpnt of the state of Florida and she I Ie a durlnir month ___ 2,117 '
F.rmLoa. - -
.. hia wife and the defendant Lawtey National the under rvnUlcnt of Troy. .ta. of North Carolina Warrants issued ... ............. i'a.
Association are I I and .to over the age of twenty-one year [ It Palanro D.... I. 142.1 ____ -. .--__ Ill 82DIIHM
la therefore ordered that laid non-reaident, de- No. ItPnlnnro

fondant he and :U hereby required to appearto Nov. 1. 1021 _._____..______. 234 55
I I I I I M I III I I the hill of complaint filed In said cattae on Pr..I!l>ts ijurlnv month -- .- __._ :Sit! .
Ii Sa' : MIMIHIIIIIIIairHUPMOBILES or before Monday the 7th day of January.A. Warrants" lssw -._. _-_ __- _n__.. 10 IMIHnlanee Li I.
I). 1924. otherwise the allegation of laid D.... I 1021 _- ._ _'00' ._. 2/17.AR p, __ .._ _._
bill will be taken .. confemaed by laid defendant. District Ne. IIRatanes

Nov 1. 1 2S ________________ 1. 4PwsHlXs
It .to further ordered that thto order bepubl..h..1 diirinr month -.__.. ___..
once a week for four consecutive Warrants .bawd .-_ _-_ _. .--- _. Sn itt)
wieka In the Bradford County Telegraph a Italaoee Drt. I. 1121 '" _-_____ II 04
newnpaper puhlUhrd In Raid county and state. District N. ISPieome

Thw December 4. A. D. 1028. Nov. 1. 192 _____.__________ 19*.1* I HE WAC; OFFERED A tl15 t
"We have few recondition- a (Seal) Clerk. Circuit Court. Warrants I........ _--- _--__ _--______ 4000llalanee I sot t> JOB POSHING AWHBEL J 'NAlELL WHV .
. 'ed and repainted Hupmo- ,I By C. A. Deputy KNIGHT.Clerk.A D.... I 1121 _.__ -....____ llfllSIMstrlrl I 0ABCOVX ( up1eQcTAMI' ANYTMICed ABOUTAAACHINCO.V fuT1LI.
No. IfRalanes roit.f PILSN'TI .
| biles for sale at attractive S. CREWS. Nov. 1. 1923 .____...._-___ 164 27 CO Ka
Solicitor. for Complainant. 12-7-0b-l-4 f-i>.lnta diirlnv month .............. I A CDNTrlACTDrJU<;T 4C TAU \i PP1v ACCiPT 'IT"n
1 prices; also one or two demonstrators Warrants .Issued .__ .- ._.--.-.u __ HI 4nKHlnnre <: : TA'1rI
flea. I. 1------------------ 142.M7 L PA IT ? I
a | priced right and Notice !I. hereby given that under end by FM-lrt-t No.' II > -- .
virtue of that certain Final Deere of Fore I P,,'lsni-, Nov. 1. 1J2II __.____.-._.___ 121.84 ps' 1).J.) 'j
: |on attractive terms." closure made and rendered on November 22. R.ecipts during month .__n._._____. 44 $7 ,'t..f1 flcJ.l f.
. : A. I). 1921. by Honorable A. V. Lonir Juriice I Warrants .butted -. _-_ _. ___00.. 112(1Halanre ( ,..,
of the Eighth. Judicial. Circuit, In and for Dee. I 1021 -- --.__ ___-____ 1167 ,.."..
Bradford county" Florida, in that certain, IM'Irtrt N. IT 1\ ..
cause wherein the Bradford County Rank. A ".I.n.. Nov 1. 1128 _____.--........ i.S* -
Newkirk corporation. Is complainant and J. A. Tyler 'I rtlnfs dir1nv month ___........_. ,. I ,,
Thompson and Hattie Tyler hi. wife are doC..nd.nf.o- 't Warrants' ''asilMl ___ __.__ _...._... 110Halanc.
The under*iirn>d will offer for sale and willi DM I 112* ___ ____...._ 1.n
ell to the biffhsat and b*.t bidder for m.iH't NO.' ISHelene.
I I In front of the courthouce" door: In Rtarkt. I' Nnv I. 14211 .___..--..___._. IOS.12
Motor Co. Pradforil county. Florida. nn Monday the 7th Receipts during' month .............. -i iCOuw1't44
1 I' rfay of January. A. D. 1024. during the peal 'arrant* I....*,t ____-................
hours of sale for the purpose of satisfying Rnlanee IV. I 1121 ___ _. __-____, 10582 w .
upmobile Distributors i' said final oVer**. the following diwcnbed real Road fond No. I
t'...t.. lyIng and being In Bradford county I Rslsnro Nov. I. 192 ................ .71nwli ,
Used Car Dept. Florida to-Wit t. durlnimonth ..____.__..... ,
The Northeast Quarter of the Northwest' Wnrrsnts leaned _- ._._.....# .___. 'k b .
acksonville Fla. I I Quarter nt Section. Three ISI. Township Sit I Ralanee, flee I. l*2* -__ ._ _._ ._. 7 (IIInlerrat -n.-
((4) South.. Hsngaj Twenty-two <22> and Alaklni! No. t j flCk554A I
I containing' Forty 40t .c.... more or EeoI'1! 1'.1."... Nov. I. 1121 .....___.____1809 8* 'a- : \
I, R dUring .... 10,HS CI.OC14.I
said sale being made subject to the prior <*e*>lpts .
: Me+41c11isieesiistm now exlstintr In favor of the owner of Warrant issued .nlh. .____=.._:::_. I
tl Itt.ettass-s-et.eiee4.a J certain mortgage executed by J. A. Tyler and Balance DM. I I. I tin _._ 900020 I





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I I I to the grandfathersand Brown, superintendent of the church !asked to name the goals: they have --- -

: LOCAL lllll:.YfItF.ItEI'Ll1H. TO kindergarten determine for yourself if it is 1 extension board of the presbytery of f !set for the! new year. In fact, theI I ,
r MR. TJlOI sqtmST'SUTICI.E tho illiterate or tUb educated( child Chicago, comedy and Wild West pictures I church should have a collective goal.A I II

and adult who make up tho vast I vie with historical und Biblical; goal for which the church: should I

I t oj In an article written by"An Prof.Appeal Ernest throng of movie fans. The theatres) I ilms( for favor among the young .strive as a unit in all of its activi I
1 Thornquest" in this issuu! of \[ arc interested in the education of the sters. His report had ths to say: I ties. Thus we shall attend the dyingof NOI
to Parents, published I' 1023 and be at the birth; of ,
I \ attacks the loco child for the very important reason "We find many boys have been won present

:" the movie Telegraph theatre ,in he such an unwarranted i that its patrons are the educated J)(<()- from the street corner, crap-shooting, I l)2i.!) All are cordially invited to attend -

false that I pie of the country. /gang environment, from tough poolrooms .
( and, 'maliciuusly manner
of and incipient criminal associations
the most powerful
management asks for space to refute Pictures are
the his aspersions.! There i Is no basis all forms of conveying thought, be-j I and many girls from similarly Minister.

I for his attack on the movie, outside cause the appeal is through tho eye, evil surroundings to wholct>unu HAITIS1' CHURCH BULLETIN I TOO LATE TO

'. of his evident desiro to "break inteprint" and 85 per cent of all knowlodjecomell | citizenship through the initial infl--:
subject through the To be convinceti j I ences of the movies."
and vent his spleen on a eye.
Despite the rain last Sunday
John E. Mitchell field l ,
of judging of this fact one only has to representative
he is mentally incapable
brought worshippers to the House of
the contact with and observe of the Playground and Recreation
and the management resents come in i START YOUR
God in goodly numbers. Next -
f Association of America :
of the says
that his article casts on the those children who are patrons
being the lust in the year, the
would be
I challenge show and those who are not. "The average boy or !girl
The management picture
theatre. much better off in some first-clam services and sermons will be suitableto
Mr. Thornquest to point out one picture That recreation and education as motion picture house than they wouldat the occasion. At the morning hour

thnt has been shown under its furnished by tho movies is a necessity other places." 11:00: the pastor will speak on "The

direction that had such an effect on we offer the statement of no less Mrs.many Thomas Palmer Two-Fold Condition of Success." Thisis CHRISTMASSAVING
George pres
mind of the folks as he than Calvin Coolidge! ,
the young
a personage ident of the Illinois Federation of Interestingly!\" presented in the open
/s'" intimated in his article. president\ of the United States, who Women's Clubs urged the establishment ing part of the book of Joshua whichall

Mr. Thornquest is of that type of said, in his message to congress urging of family nights in all motion are requested to read before the
who not liking the repeal l of the admission tax:
would-be reformer picture theatres in Illinois.. She said l hour of worship.The .
the theatre or the management( for "The amusement and educational that the club women should urge topic for the evening serviceat
dome personal reason, would have the I value of moving pictures ought not to their local motion picture exhibitors 7:30: will be "A Good Medicine."

i world believe that motion pictures be taxed to try out the family programs: and Everybody is invited, especially those ,

J I e e 1 i lire the basin of all that in bad. Like I Needless to say the president's pronouncement stressed the importance of "good who cure for the sick, for we shall : ACCOUNT I ,

r" practically all of such, he is not sincere I was received with great clean and' wholesome movies which consider a cordial needed as much by I '

or broadminded enough to be satisfaction by the movie men, not every member of the family 1'111en those who are well, to say nothing

s I willing to be convinced of his mistaken i i only because of its championship of joy." She added that if women were about the sick. We hope to make thisa i I

1 !ideas, but prefers to continue in tax repeal, but also: for the reason interested enough in good pictures time of inspiration and cheer. Bring I

: their hidebound! paths of Ignorance, that it is recognition in the highest they should patronize them. the little ones with you and your AT THE

,; We will later present the views of source of the standing and worth of We take these expressions concerning neighbors and friends.

really noted and intelligent educators the screen. Certainly, when the exec- the movies from the trade jour The Bible school' meets at 9:45: :; a. ,

'I s and ministers, who appreciate and user utive who presides over the destiniesof nals and have presented them for m., and he Senior and Junior B. Y. P. : '

{) the greatest, the most beautiful, the 110,000,000 people thus recognizes: your consideration.The U. at 6:30: p. m. I BANK OF STARKE .

: most wonderful art in the world- the importance and necessity of motion best proof that the statement The number of Bible verses reportI I

'r motion pictures-but at this time we pictures, there can be no question "the ideas your children get at I ed for last week were 1120. "Thy ::1

i will first consider Mr. Thornquest as to the propriety of this form of most of the movies utterly unfit them word have I hid in my heart that I

'q and his charges. recreation. for doing !good work in school," is I might" not sin against Thee." A !-good "" --- -

$.." In his reference to the theatre, Mr.. Former President Harding in extending absurd, is the large number of movie thing, in a good place, for a good pur J

,; Thornqucst says: greeting to the national con- fans who regularly make the honor pose.The 10 days after bids have been received. I Palm Beach has a dog: dip vat that

ii "Be careful about letting! your children vention of Motion Picture Theatre roll. I Christmas entertainment was The right is reserved to reject any is well patronized. It is said that on

I,{ attend the movies. Most of the Owners at Indianapolis, said: Regarding the class of pictures the biggest yet. Everybody was, hap- or all bids. an average of eight or ten dogs a

li'4. pictures shown are very harmful to The screen possesses potentialities shown here, the management is willing py, and "Kris" remembered every H. B. PHILIPS, day take the water and emerge free

o I I' young mind The ideas your children of vast service, civic, educational to leave the verdict in the handsof one. J. L. CRESAP, Chairman. of annoying vermin and in a happy 1

tt, I i !Ret at must of the movies utterly unit and moral. I agree with those its patrons. We have yet to hear State Highway Engineer. 12-28-2t frame of mind. i:

\1 \ them for doing good work In educators and publicists who have from the first parent about the ST. MARK'S CHURCH j)

jl'\1 school." And again, "If you want to become convinced that this is a real harmful influence the local movie r,'
keep your children out of future comparative forward movement in education/ which show is having on the child. Among The service for the Sunday after

''t I. uselessness, and perhaps may be made a complement to the its patrons are several of the minis Christmas will ba at 7:30: p. m. ::1

s 0 disgrace, keep them from the movies system of public education." ters of the town, teachers in the pub The large attendance and the gen

Z \ ; most of the tune." Vernon M. Riegel, head of the Ohio lic school, earnest and enthusiastic erous offering on Christmas Day was t.MrJdkprav7J

aft ; For an educator "of wide experience state department of education and members of the civic societies and most gratifying and it seemed a real

i' I '1 (t4 and tcnderest sympathy" to the Ohio board of censorship, has business and professional men. The community service. The offering of An International/ fjomi l>nli: nl /fn Preside Haritnff
make such a statement in these enlightened publicly declared that the teachingof management had present on its opening $7.25 was given to the Christian

1 .. i T'y:'' days is to make one doubt motion picture appreciation in the |I night a local minister, whose rep- Brotherhood to be used for a most Sine! life began World's history's 1wen wrought
: either of these in much the worthy cause. While Christmas is a With men's grim Imttles. oft renewed end fought;
whether he possesses public schools same manner tation is country wide, to make the
Progress has taught the evil of our ,
qualifications. as English literature and other dedication address and day of joy and social festivities, yet way
I j; i prayer-we And peace Is dawning with a newer day
I;, The motion pictures have hud its studies are taught is recommended by cannot believo we have violated this the interest manifested in, this ser- II

;,, detractors, und the greatest trouble the state department."The trust by undoing the work of his and vice showed that we should give it The force of might-"not right-has often ruled

r F i I Ii: now is, that we have not, in the past,, time is at hand," he said, other churches in our town. also a deeper meaning. And Please all God the world uo more la vast armament graveyards been' schooled where we; kneel

fought back hard enough. We "Pave when the school mutt cease to be a Outside of these two matters, the But join our hearts. and hand for comuiou weal.
e t II t o let them hammer at us for years and passive observer of the new trend of management takes the views of men PRESBYTERIANA .\
f have been too willing to let the pub the school-child mind toward the silent and women outside of the movie business Men's minds have vied for better ways to make. I J"
Destructive forces for destruction's Hake
lic judge the case from their own drama. The motion picture is in to settle just what the movies New Year Wish From chaos and confusion there shall rise;
of the industry withoutany the school whether the teacher and New mercies, new blessings: new "'
knowledge : room, mean to the American boy girl Rnduitnff: peace and everlasting ties. tl'j
j h -lp from those within, depending knows it or not. This is so because ''of today in their school work. The light on the way;

t / on the well known American traitof 'the boys and girls carry there the parents are the best judges, after all,, New courage, new hope, new strengthfor Chorus'Va

d fair play and the public's ability impressions and concepts which they of whether the fault lies in the child,, each day; pray for peace oil earth Rood will toward sal)
altarsto May love Uintend of (sate our hearts enthrall.
New wine in the chalice
do have from attendance at the when the '
thinking. teacher
4 to its own gained the movie or the raise We pray that every nation sees the right;
I Mr. Thornquest speaks ill of the theatres. child fails to come up to their expec- ; That truth and justice rule In place of might ; '
IF : motion pictures. Consider his knowl "The child learns to read and like tations. New fruits for thy Master, new garments That armament forever cease Its reign ;

edge of the subject. Does he see good 1 literature instead I of objectionable Every good citizen should lend a of praise; And wasting war may ne'er return again. w

I many motion pictures? Does he study I matter largely because of a developed co-operative hand to the picture show New gifts from his treasures, new rung With freedom'may the world boly light be ,bright P .,

} motion pictures? Is he really com- sense of appreciation," is the manager. Criticism of the right kindis smiles from his face; And sing '
petent to make such assertions, when reason given by the director for his co-operative and co-operation la New streams from the fountain of Orenr dial) our King!

r ; to our knowledge he has never attended advocating a developed sense of appreciation appreciated by him. The manager! of infinite grace; (Copyright, 192, by E. Milton Cta'enk '
v I the movies here? Should\ he of motion pictures. the local house solicits criticism by New stars for thy crown, and new

attack the local house, if he Is of that "One of the greatest forces for his patrons, for they are the ones who tokens of love;

} ) I" r type of sanctimonious, mall town good in the world Is the theatre; one are in position to know, and only by New gleams of the glory that waits

pillar who! seeks tho cities' !gay lights of the greatest potential forces for making your ideas known to him canto thee above; I

l r for his fling where he Is not known, 'evil lies in the possibilities of the continue to build his institution of New light of his countenance, full I --- a' 'd'a

and then on his return, with long face theatre," is the way Rev. James F. amusement and education nearer and and unpricedAll -
the of the First CongregationalChurch this be the joy: of thy new yearin
lecture will
Ai t and "tenderest sympathy, Halliduy nearer to your ideals. No patron
t youth on the terrible depths of degradation in Binghamton, N. Y., putsit. have to take the matter into print to Christ!

to be found at the home theatre He continued, "There has been a secure his attention. -Frances Ridley Havergal.

? Certainly, he is not judging. by radical change in the last two decadesin The Gaiety takes this very oppor- @ Jo/IIl

t what is shown on the screen here!' and the attitude of the church and tune time to wish its many young Sunday school at 10 a. m.

j I what' is seen and heard across the Christian people toward the theatre. patrons, and older ones, too, every Preaching services at 11 and 7:30: _'"

i i i 1 footlights. I i was brought up to believe that the success during the coming year. o'clock.
k Cordial invitation to the public. \\ dues the New Year to ?
theatre embodiment but ( mean you
\ Years'ago the management adopted represented every GAIETY THEATRE.
j T. J. HEDGES What does It hold-from point of
I'a the policy of giving the pupils of of evil. Whereas once we were Starke, Fla..rlllllllllllll. your YEA
a Minister. I view? Are for vhntever J'lEW
prcpurt'il itt
I jon -
inclined to theatrical
: the Starko school u complimentaryticket protest everything
I ihius-ttlietlier It comforts, or whether It
I each month to those who applied there Is now very little protest
+++H+++*;4 NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS I :'ln sV Taking account of the overdue,
I. themselves and made the honor against anything of theatrical
Office of the State Road Depart uli.t dues flee New Yt-nr mean-to yon?
roll, and has had the satisfaction of nature. One of the greatest potential !I d/
f seeing the number steadily increase forces for good Is the theatre. I Church Services I ment, Tallahassee, Fla., Dec. 20, 1923. I Wlille you were wiitelilni the old }ear's
; Sealed proposals will be receivedat i all did iinclinli hail ]lost
I'i' each term. It is a pleasure to see of The thing for Christian people to don you you a
: this office until 12 o'clock noon on ilc-nd? IMd yon Indulge tin- regretful +
this and is
f ; what importance a small bit of pasteboard day age to study the Z
J :' I becomes in the eyes of the theatre to see the spirit back of it, ll'Tll II II+++>+++++M IM+-H the 15th day of January, 1921, for roc at tin1 demise of tt I'l'i-rluiis >enr? tr /
the construction of the following sec- 'inintfd; i i hut jour (lodm tioiix were true,
1 child. During one term of school and co-operate to see that it makes! CHURCH OF CllltlSr NOTES
tions of road., vluit d" "< lliu New Year menu-to }ou?
: when the management had not decided \ for good. 90
Hard surfacing (plain cement con- i \Vi'lrm It. It rut her. wlili all
1 your
whether to again! issue honor roll One of the Interesting features of The Christmas program given by xA
sheet nl. .'mm t. crts; 't t it with of
I crete, asphaltic concrete asphalt sonnets |part -
tickets, twp of the teachers employed, the opening of the new Lexington the Bible school last Sunday night
macadam tlel.ghS. Live In It cherish
and bituminous on itImldeu -
; :{ {(! one the' wife of the :Methodist pastor, theatre in Lexington, N. C., was the was the best yet. All did well In general _
rock base and 8 inch rock base only) Us iln\u. MnUv It your own,
called, and, asked that we issue them, presence of Kev. Raymond II. Smith, but the children in particular.
I I including concrete curb and gutters ill the h"hr It'H conr: I am determined 'jam
: stating it was surprising how many who In a dedicatory prayer said In In the rendition of their parts they .? n/
Project No. 572, Road No. 13, Brad- pus year SMALL UK jest whut I went Jt ,4a
of the pupils would put forth the extra part: seemed to say, "We do things" The ,
f j ? menu to me!
ford 7.3.
effort to make the desired, grades, "Thousands: of men and women will gifts: and offering was for tho Chris county,
merely for tho sake of the ticket. If como: here to find a haven of refuge than Home for Children in Jackson- Project No. 594, Road No. 13: Brad-

we have done this bit in helping to root h" strain of toil and the fret of ville. ford county, Length 91.

make useful: educated citizens; out of care. We pray that they may find There will I l"e a sermon for the last Hard surfacing (plain cement concrete

the children of Starke, we lire well upon this stage the mirror of life. day of the year at 7:30: p, m., Dec. asphaltic concrete, sheet asphalt ------ -.- ---.-- -. -- ---- --- -- ----- ----- --
content. May this be the place where there 31st. The subject of the sermon will and bituminous ma.jdam on
rock base and 8 inch rock base only)
Rut docs it really distract a child shall be portrayed with telling faithfulness be "The End of the Harvest. I
mt from his studies to allow him or- her the hopes, the dreams the This service will be followed by a including drainage! structures and Just received a nice line of Electric Lighting Fixtures

to( attend the movies? Mr. Thorn- ambitions, the failures and the successes watch night program. In carryingout concrete curb and gutter. for the home

I j'' I quest states it does, and possibly the joys and the sorrows, the the watch night program i Project No. 607, Road No. 13, Brad .

> .1 worse. Dut he overlooks the! fact virtues and the vices of the race. May each member of the church will be I ford county, Length 51.
All work to be done in accordancewith
L' i that the majority of his pupils who they arouse, too, the ambitions for a given: an opportunity to express, at

1.t are on the honor roll each month ares better humanity. ono attending will be asked to ex-: I plans and specifications of the Chandeliers Bracket LightsNow
road .
'" those who are regular movie fans "Finally, we would not neglect tonentlon least, one major wish for the coming state department.A
i The management has always cooperated In this invocation those year, and give reasons therefor. Each certified check or bidder's bond

with the teachers ministers, whose task it will be to execute the press some fine new resolution for19H. made payable to the chairman of the

civic cnAs In any undertaking tending plays. Let them use their talent in : Each member should begin now state road department in the sum of on Display at

i : to make more useful citizens out the interests of true dramatic art, to to think about both the wish and the five ((5)) per cent of the amount bid

?t I of the children. It has always work- the end that, not only this stage, but resolve. must accompany each proposal.

l in every possible way and has received I all stages may serve their highest The text for consideration and analysis Plans may be examined at this office SimmonsStringfellowELECTRICAL
at the offices of the division engineer -
the co-operation of our school purpose-that of being/ for the com- in the watch night program will or
1 principal the educational committee mupity a mirror, a place where we be Philliplans 31216. Each one expecting ? *, or' may be obtained upon ap- AND PLUMBING CONTRACTORSDay
t plication to this office for the sum of
I of the Woman's Club and other civic may see life as it really Is-and, seeIng to attend should carefully
bodies. Stand in front of any theatre it, be able better to live it rightAccording study the text. The text "contains a $5.00 each which.. amount will\ be refunded Phone 33 Night Phone 143 W
t IfI- returned In good
in the United States and watch ly." goal which Paul pressed towards. It s nre
bona fide bidder within
j Ii' the movie goers-from the child in to Rev. Henry Seymour may be that those attending will bel|I condition by a I

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