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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 16, 1927
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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CHRISTMAS MERRIERAfter


Christmas the feast is over, and you're at peace with the world, just turn the switch
:Dn that radio set you bought at JONES' as y>ur gift for the whole family,tune in on some
?ood music and you'll know what we mean when we say radio will make your Christmas
merrier And of course it will help digestion.
With no WorriesMake Don't forget, either, that a radio set will make you merrier the whole year round.
With the Atwater-Kent radio sot you can hear the music from your favorite station
mat:: as it is played-without hum or buzz or other funny noises. And you will hear inter-
esting talks, get sports returns, hear voices from the far corners of the world, enjoy the
things you've always wanted to enjoy: all at a surpisingly low cost.

sure,, now, that next Christmas

will find you clear of financial worries.
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Start a savings account in this bank; O'j I ( :,ii:C AL servant"-to save her time, to
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add a few dollars when you can; and ''U \ :Y"-- :. t- no cost after the initial outlay -
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you will face next year's gift list with a -, .;,..,, .,, ; help in all the houseworkand -
do it better than by old- :.;

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Lay the cornerstone for Thrift in your

children's minds by starting them off in the Gifts We SellGive

with a bank account. You will be sur-

a sporting goods gift-and for years: you'll be remembered. A tennis racket-
prised at the way children cherish a set of lures-maybe a fly rod or tackle box-gifts from one good sportsman to another.
And here's another idea-How about giving yourself that rifle or shotgun you've wanted
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And AVljile you are here, opening an A SET 0' SILVER I I,;;

accounr& r the kiddies, start one for

If you would give something of character-and
yourself. Afew dollars that don't enjoyablefor
you a long time after the holiday; if you would express r- ,
miss now, laid away at regular inter- the Christmas spirit in a gift of exquisite"quality, taste
and'beauty, give silver! For it is a gift that the whole \ "w
vals, soon grows to a respectable sum. family will love-not for a day,or a year-but for all time.
Imperishable, priceless gift that will some day be an
Savings accounts draw 4 percent in- heirloom; and yet, at Jones' available to all, for the delightful ,

terest, compounded quarterly. Put Christmas range budget.of price will meet the proportions of every ":

one of our Savings books and banks in You can select a gift of silver at$1.00-0r$100. You may
buy a separate piece--or an entire silver service. But
your list of gifts to the children. regardless of the money involved,your gift will be stamped

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11 JURY COULD NOT AGREE A lETTER TO SANTA CLAt'H EX-SERVICE MEN MUSTFILECLAIMSBYDEC. Jury Returns Verdict Of- '.


Dear Santa Clans, last' night she 1


IN WAINWRIGHT TRIALI With came eyes aglow and cheeks I I ____ 31I Manslaughter Bennett Case ','

I II aflame
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Jlellbnmn Springs ReNldt'iit. JiiirgciI .I trolman. asserted that the right And placed a letter In my hand ,'/( 4'iutmnimli-r. Sin l It'.x ".001( > IIKU.lll: OC1\TIO\ <;lo\er c'.....' (-'.putt-I loiii'tt I I'nlil Tlio, IOPENSFOURTHJ1
front wheel of Walnwrlght'B auto- To mall to you in Fairyland, \flerilim! In State llu\i' Noi '!
( With MilliNlnilghtcr OKFKItS: TWO PIU/.iS:S 1'1101'111"| Trrin of C'let-silt
mobile struck the right rear wheel Or at the Pole, where she's been ;tie,!(' Appllrulloti., I (Viirf. J ..
I I"oll.wh.gcd"t'nl.. of McVeigh's car. Rex. V. Sweat, told | To rncourago friendly rivalry M-C GROCERY ;

chief of the county road patrol and Von dwell among the iceberg There are B.OOO ex-service men" I
among the counties of Florida' lit Kverett; llonnett 1 was found guilty -
( Jacksonville M. E. Drane .county road patrolman ('old, In Florida who have not ma do '.1 I -----
Dec. 9.-The jar application jibe I development! of 1 puhllt* health of maiiHliiuRhter TItus
reday
morning Switiul' llniiili at (,Jrccn Cove....
who also Investigated the iSIMH
accident And kissing her I cowered Oh for the adjusted I'Il'rvhEl'UlUpt'uHRtion '
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trying J. H. I work the Florida Public Health I
Ito
Wainwrlght on I were other witnesses who I jury returning/ verdict (>n>nt t'lilurn for Thin
That letter straight must certificates tanned]I
away M Association! Is offering of
charges! of Manslaughter in crlm ; Prizes shortly after 9 o'clock.[ Sentence Hi-4-tlon. t
testified in court.
go!I'Twas by the government, and who must t$200 and $100 to the two -
counties .
| withheld Adklux I
wax by Judge until
inal court unable The Mustek\ boy died In the -- ,
was to come to a da no before December 31, or lose I I
decision atter than county hospital the morning after that privilege" It pointed out making greatest progress In 3 o'clock this afternoon at W. F. intllng, one of tho own-
more threhours' soiled and was :
rumpled, scaled I public health work beginning which time motion for u new trial .
\? the accident. Mrs. Muslck received ) ers operating two
conter"nce"lfJld Saturday by A. nice King, Jnck- Plggly-Wig-
: a mistrial and stamped January I., 1928. will bo in ml.. by the ilonfeiiHO atlorneyH -
scalp wounds; Woodrow Mc- sonvlllo commander of tho Florida gly stores' In
was entered in the case-by Judge Veigh. a brother suffered a fractured The baby printing, badly cramped / TIle above prizes will ho In J. L. Fruzee: and K. Si. ClalneHvllIa and the "f -
And department of the American Legion.
as you might have well !M-C\ Grocery" In Slarke liiU
James M. Peeler last night. TIle knee and Margaret Muuick sup- In urging! eligible Leglonniirles Bcholarahfpx' --one) at the UnlverXlty Johns. The verdict curries witht opened
posed, 'i ot Florida for the .a maximum sentence of l the fourth store In his
regular; H"S' twenty
case will be set for trial against want Injured about the mouth and I and others to promptly/ file | group,
opened it and read It
through
Jon, and the other for the <>.ars.Iloiinett. .
summer'HUKBIOII ) located
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< teeth. Wainwrlght and McVeigh o at Green Cove Springs.
the next term requests t for compenHiitloii.Jov. .
of
I court. / nd It was filled with love for you: | j
were not hurt.w'alnwrlght. l at tho state college for tfstillod t hilt he killed
The; charges tint hero' and there In letters bold John W. Martin added his That11': Catling Is impressed with
against Walnwrlgh was held for criminal I women, to students' Hpecllulzlng; In 10: !Morgnn but claimed, be did
I grew out of the death of Edward The Christmas gifts sho wants I It appeal to the eligible) of Florida woik tho future ot this section Is shown
bearing on public hunhi It,
court by a coroner's jury to apply fur I Issuing I It In self defame. Stilt 1'14 Attorney
compensation by

Mustek Jr., who was fatally InJured told. Thesn prizes are nlxo continent In theInterview given the Green
( on
shortly after the accident.P. a proclamation designating I 1 K night had worked" up a strong
in an automobile collision, Guy Crews defended McVeigh December 15 ; 10 I co lint leu entering" the (,ol1lel on the Lake City road August 2. I promised her I wouldn't fall is Adjusted Compensation which follows: ,
while M. M. Scarborough assistant l day In Florida. State A committee ronxlKtlng! of Mrs. ot nmnxluaghter" came ax, a \',
county
The case was sent to the Jury yesterday county solicitor, prosecuted To put that letter in the mall. and city officials\ anil civic lenders -- 1I'I'tOIIOIIII<,rHon of the state ,llHtlnct surprise to lany. No ease I "With tho new highways and ,

afternoon at 5 o'clock and case. I'd sent It on today, but oht joined with the In board of health I I and Id ice Fannie I IIi. In recent. years him attracted I HO I bridges which will be finished

at 8:30: o'clock the jurors Informed I find I cannot let it go. supporting the movement.All governor( Shaw of the Florida" Public I much attention or I the. jury's ver- within the next few months and

'., Judge to agree.Peeler that Is was unable WILL ASSIST VKTEIIAXS: For you was meant that lovely honorably discharged I ( veteranx Health Association, with Mr. N. lit received; stub adverse crltl- ''I the development of I the soil In agricultural .!, "

-/ note. of the World, war and widows, !M. Fuller, city board of henllh of IMIII. production nothing ran
'Vain wright was driving on the But It's the first she ever wrote. ilovor'x ',..., stop thin city from .
Bradford county veterans who children or their guardians, moth- Jacksonville are at work on a < ( > Continued becoming one ;
,
wrong side ot the road when the And so these scrawls you'll never erg or fathers of decaesed veterans method of scoring' counties along The caxu of ''tit u to. ot Florida. vs of the most. thriving centers of the A', /.

Accident occurred, according to desire to secure,assistance In fillIng see- who depended( upon them at I the line of progress. In health acI I I. J. Clover, Indicted for murder, state," !Mr\ Calling said.' .'.

testimony at the trial. The car In out their adjusted service compensation I'm going to have them framed the time of their death, or have become tivities.' Christmas seals help i,vas continued until the spring "In other parts of the country, '

which young Musick, his mother a blanks can secure the for me- dependent" on outside' sup-' I along with this work. erie of court. people would hardly believe that I

brother and a sister were ridingat services of Capt. A. J. Thomas and port. are eligible to benefits under rromi strawberries" are ripe. now,
the time of the crash, was driven Now I am writing out In rhyme hero at our very doors," Mr. Cat-
Mr.' J. E. Corpening free ot cost. he adjusted compensation) act State Funds
by E. E. McVeigh 3115 Oil rhe things she wants at Christ- Commander King, exhorting all I Arranging ling (continued, "The other night f' ,
Both of these men have signified !
more street. Mustek's mother, mas time; we had fresh Rngllxh spin-
ellglbles to act at once said l: peas }
brother and sister also received In. their willingness to assist veterans I She wants a baby doll that walks "There" i Is no red tape In sec urns -i: To Assist The SchoolsSTORAGE naeh and strawberries for dinner.

juries In the collision.it was testified. in any manner possible, and'\nd one ''that shuts her eyes and adjusted compensation. (let grown at Starke. i
,
urge eve,ry veteran to take ad- talks an application form, execute and -- --- -- "The land hero!: Is' just as pro-

Wainwrlght. a resident ot Hell- vantage 6f this opportunity to secure Vnd all the lovely' trlnklets known nail It to Washington; In the en- Work preliminary to the first PIT ductive, and It may be better.

bronn Springs, Bradford county, the compensation due them .Vhlch little girls delight" to own. velope which accompanies thlank. distribution of state funds to aid When you drive' from Starke to

was driving on the lefthandaide .from' the government before the I Phis is the substance of her note- > The American Legion generally counties of Florida to conduct Oreen Cove Springs and from, here

of the road when the car drivenby expiration date set, December 31, I'm treasuring the one she wrote!ITampa and especially In the state .. OF DYNAMITEIS to Jacksonville you sea acres. ot

McVeigh approached him near 1927. -- Tribune. ot Florida, Is very much interested their schools[ through the present unused land and In between them -

the 10-mile post outside of Jack In bringing this matter forcibly be term. Is now proceeding in the EXPLODED farms which show the tremendous t .

sonville. t1IlcVelgh. STATE ROAD :13 EXTENFJAN. tore the public and to the atten" State Department of Public Instruction -- .-... future thin section has before It. ,

.swerved to the left to lion of all eligibles who have not 'V. S. Cawthon state UIt Lust Thiirwlnv Night/ Wivitof "Every acre of land In this en- ;

avoida head-on collision, It was as yet made application. superintendent, announces from HtarkfS Htiuki. Country* tire section ran be made into a ''j:i

testified and Wainwright cut backto SIONIIV f 10 BIDS I "As Governor Martin has pointed Tallahassee.The sub for 49 Miles garden spot of profit for those who 'If; ,','

the righthand side at the same out It ts a duty that we owe I will take advantage of the natural ,i

instant.J. to thou9 who are not aware ot counties are to be helped Only the chance awakening of ft conditions of climate and soil here ;'".

H. Faucette, county road pain 175 Mil en of New Konds Covered Action SecuredIn their rights and privileges under from a so-called' equalization fund, I negro road hand saved the lives "The great strides agriculture \.

,1.M letting Next Month. the law to advise them and assist established by the 1927 legislatureand of nearly a score ot negroes; last has made In Clay county during \'. ,'
them In financed from the proceeds of the past few years Is only a beginning %
: of every way possible. Thursday night when fire from a .
spite the
mnd drizzling rain Bids were called by the State Dredging Of In a statement at Tallahassee, portions ot an additional one per campfire spread through the grassto and there are still opportunities .

generally disagreeable weath. Road Department Thursday for Governor Martin declared that It cent gas tax, a one-fourth mill ad the nearby powder house wherea here for thousands of
that
the er basketball was prevalent game scheduled last Friday be-, construCtion of 175 miles of road Suwannee RiverCongressman Is the duty. of all the people to valorem tax, and Interest on state ton of dynamite had been placed. more farmers to make their "tor- .

.,. tween the Union Independents and work and 2,115 feet of bridges, bring this matter to the attentionof funds in state bank Calling to those' In the camp with tunes high. before land values get*.toa
.. The distribution Is0 be made
Starke comprising 22 projects In 11 coun- all ex-service men and women him the negroes scattered In every -
was played the court
on Green Wires Appropriation and widows next January. Between $300,000 "With the completion of the
and father
east of the courthouse. Our tea of the state. The bids were orphans direction just a few seconds
play returnable January 10. Secured From and mothers ot deceased veterans $400,000 will probably be available before the flames reached a box Green Cove-St. Augustine bridge
not the
ers are kind that are balked

and the
Congress before I It Is too late. for apportionment among new bridges and highway
of The
by small Item The projects are y n Gadaden detonating primers. explosion -
so an as rain
or Aside from the patriotic side ot those counties unable to finance of the to Jacksonville, this city will bean
mud. The Levy Lake Osceola, Holmes raps exploded the
". good game both was filled with llllaboro Polk, IJalm Beach R. A. Oreen, member of con- he problem It should be taken their schools for a minimum of five dynamite blowing a hole six or Important traffic center and Its
plays by teams and
of Leon, Alachua and Suwannee gress from the second \district, Into consideration that the the av months. seven feet deep and eighteen feet growth In population as well as In >. _
rJi. plenty excitement ending with telegraphed Thursday Forms for budgeting the various the prosperity of Its citizens !" -
night that will
rage: value of each certificate I Is
the score of 18 to 15 In favor of I counties. The road work Is to be across. The fllsmy camp structures -
he had conferred with army engineers 1,500 total of I I'than counties needing the funds and follow with a certainly that can-
making
a more leveled
the Union the C lone on roads 1, 13, (Levy county) were to the ground
Independents. With
:r and had secured favorable eligible to receive such assistance. not very well be denied."
':,1''; first game of the season ending 2, 24, 39, 17, 4, 66 and 43, and $7,500,000 due to the eligible 'trees. were broken off midway
:J1j with these results, we have reason he bridges are to be on roads 14, action on the matter of clearing residents of Florida. I are now being checked over In th their height and thrown In every S
dredging and marking Suwannee All Legionnaires have been ask-' I department. About nineteen had direction. The bark ot the
t to U, 50 and 17. pine
expect more of the same thingto Firemen Called <( t
river, thereby making it suitable ed by Commander King to canvass 1!een sent In to the department up trees still standing the
hoar scene
Two of the road In ,
come, and let's projects are
hope we are
for navigation. Mr. Green 1 10 the middle of November. The
stated
I their communities and '
not destined 1:3adsden three In Osreola respective < of tlio explosion( Is fix .mouth ax :
to county,
disappointment.Union Our Three :
that $10.000 had been made available to bring to the attention ot the ell I Iglbles rorms when filled out, show the i If sandpapered.Only Times ;, ,
County Times. I IC two In Hlllsboro two in Holmes, :
for immediate use In this the Importance "at' making efforts already being. made by the
I one jiugro wise rxportod Injured
I tour in Polk and two in Leon. The
I bridges are to be constructed in work. application at the curliest possible 'on nt lea to finance their own J by the bluxt, and Dr. C. F. Cralghead from the His telegram follows: time. Hchools', and what would bn needed on roof of .
.
will not ,Herloux.
lout prove Ono he
Bureau of Entomology, Washington ]Alachua, Levy, Suwannee and "Just held personal conferencewith Application may -be obtained- at to curry them through the year. mule wax killed and l several Injured ,., llurefoot. -. ..residence, corner
iillsborough counties. i; nun uiui streets
Merry last
Fri.day
D. C. and J. A. Beale, from 'Army Engineers. Secured the nearest American Legion post A great many counties. have 1 by I the flying; frngnientx./ It morning culled -
: the Bureau The department also announced favorable action on matter of United StoteH'Veterans' Bureau of lot sent In their forms, Mr.' Caw- stated' lie out the fire
'it: of Entomology, Asheville wax ( following day-.that trlu'k. Tim mall blaze
I tr mt Okeechobee county is adver (clearing dredging and marking flee hon said' and unless they do son was extinguished -
or hospital or army, navy or good portion of I the dynamite
N. C. who have been In a 1 before
for the any damage
t.Ising for bids construction Suwannee river, rendering It suitable marine office time for the distribution they was
recruiting
corps burned before I Ihe fllell reached.
jI Starke for a few days with LenI. -!(jt. three projects in that county on for navigation. Ten thousand U cannot receive the financial' asNlMance lone-to, the roof. During the at- ,
caused the
the and!
." thai Wyman, are spending the it tate; Road No. 29, about 29 miles, dollars has been authorized for WII. I.\ VM>ininiL: ha pointed out. caps( explosion.The ernoon a grass lire on the vacant II"
blast was felt" to tho south
: week in Camp Plnchot inVe tt| :he bids to be received here along Immediate use In this work. You While the aim ot the state department lot adjoining the Telegraph office

.. Florida on official business. v vlth the others. and others In your vicinity are this year Is. only for a at points below Oulnexvllle to wan extlngtilxlind, the firemen connecting -
Wilma Underhill old ,
six-year Green novo Springs on the east the line of hose
to a nearby *
doubtless Interested In this. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Un Ive-month term of schooling, next with reports. of some persons, hydrant,

I derhlll Waterouk section, died year the minimum will be placed awake at Orange Park near The
most disastrous
I Strawberry Hearing At Doyle Carlton Sunday morning Dec. 10th at the at six months. This divergence Is sonville, feeling the sway Jal'k-j Friday night shortly blaze: after occurred -
the fact that the
brought about by
home of Mrs. Fay Gill of acute motion by the detonation. P<; 10 o'clock when Ire caused

J Lakeland On Thursday Here Next WeekDoyle appendicitis following a week's IU. equalization fund, this year will there railed I the newxpaporofficesIn a defective flue, destroyed.the, from upper -
have only half a year's proceeds, I
ness. Interment warlield Mondayat Jacksonville' Inquiring as to the part of the former Nett homeon '1
1929 the fund
while In January ,
,
4 Dyal cemetery. cause of the shock, A mild panic Walnut street. The flames
will be augmented by an entireyel1r's
Continuation of Fight to Give l'l.'nLIO CH-\HITns H. Carlton of Tampa, candidate SOlympiaWork accumulation and more wax created 1 among the Inmates of were brought under control withIn -
for and Stafford begun on new t the state prison farm only a few a few minutes but the
Florida Express Service To .1 governor, money will be on hand for dlstrllutlon. bursting
.. Northern Markets.. On Friday last a meeting was Caldwell of Miami, will speak in Dixie flank road here. I miles north of the scene. The of the hose lines twice gave the

held In the town hall, composed Starke Lawtey and Hampton Jupiter-Texaco, filling stationon The equalization! fund to bo apportioned night clerk of the White House Ire a fresh start The structure
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of the following: the Ministerial Thursday' of next week. They will new state highway nearly com the needed counties -', hotel In flaln""vlle) told reportersof was badly damaged on the lower

Officials of the- Florida Railroad Association, the Mayor and the be In Lawtey at 10 o'clock Thurs- pleted. Is In addition among to the quarterly papers here that while hn heardno floor front the tons of water pour

Commission represented the state committee appointed at the recent day morning, at Hampton in the Naples-Work progressing rap distribution of the one-mill school noise, the entire building shook de into the building.

at an examination "conducted by Thanksgiving service, viz: C. F. ''afternoon, 3 o'clock, while the',idly on Tqmlami Trail. tar: the interest on the state for several seconds and It seemed The property belong.; to A, A,
Hoover, John Uglow. L. A. Starke meeting has been set at as though the windows and doors Khune of Umatllla who tad rent-
the Interstate Commerce Commission Chipley-Chipley and surrounding chool fund, and portions of the would 1 break ....
Davis Rev. L. W. Klckliter and 7:30: at the court house. The communities shipped over 6,. one-rent additional gas tax, the __ looxo.__u_ ell It to Mr. and Mrs. Hogan Smith.
at Lakeland Thursday, December W. W. Balsden. speakers will be Introduced by
000 pounds of turkeys for Thanks newly-imposed property tax and
15, ot railroad carload and Mayor Jones was appointed Judge A. Z. Adklns. giving thltf year. the Interest on the public funds, Strawberry Acreage Of 1

express transportation of straw temporary chairman and Rev. 0. now being made by the depart

berries.The Lakeland I P. Raymond reported, secretary., as Rev.treasurer L. W.Klckliter ,. Comptroller Amos Collects men t. S ,I State Short 900 Acres I II' I IItrmlforil

hearing primarily that the public colectlon at the (,.*.Rl) OK THANKS: -

:, affects Florida, Georgia, North Baptist church on Thanksgiving' fatrory one. Poor yields and t

l Carolina South Carolina and Virginia Day was $29.25, and that he has Millions But Now We wish to express our sincere County Only Ono NhowInx prices have been almost loW'I. I

I' but it is really proceedings received $10.00 as a private donation appreciation for the kind expression An. InrrriiMn. In ,\ercIIgo, the prices received In many cases

begun a number of years ago by : since, and had on hand In the "Flat Broke" Officially of sympathy and assistance being little more than enough to I

the Florida Railroad Commission. bank $39.25. The representative ., given ux during the Illness and following Indications In Florida's straw' cover" transportation charges.

and which Is now prosecuted.The from the Exchange ClUb was out Total 8897029573. the death of our little berry-producing section aro that Acreage In the state" was about ,

hearing, conducted by Commissioner of town and so unable to attend Tallahassee, Fla. Doc. 8th- This money was paid out as daughter Wilma. Our heart-felt the crop of last year'x harvest according 100 per cent greater than last fall

,Frank McManamy and the meeting.An State Comptroller Ernest Amos follows: gratitude Is. extended. to Mrs. Fay to the report of It. A. due largely to increased plantingsIn

W. P. Bartel the commission's director informal discussion was con- gave out the folowing statement State and county. depositories, (hlil. Dr. \V. J.:. Mlddleton and Dr. Marks agricultural statistician the Lake Okeechobee section,

of service, was into th ducted as to, the advisability of today: $88.51 2,674.58. K.: L. Blggx. for the United States' departmentof whero dry weather' and better ,

"reasonableness, justness and adequacy having a public charities association During the ten years and eleven Secretary of State, 258.58. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Underbill agrlciilture'a bureau ot agricultural drainage have greatly stimulated

of the present freight ser in Starke and the following months I have held the omce of For refunds $288,757.31. and family economics.The trucking activities.

vice on strawberries, in carloads, motions were voted: Comptroller, I have collected and State Treasurer, interest on S report rovers' present and .

from points in the states of Florida 1. Resolved that we go on rec paid Into the official treasury $88,- deposits, 7465550. Hastings-All barrel factories prospective estimates of various Vital Statistics

Georgia, North Carolina ord'as approving the organization 97029573. A considerable sum of Motor Vehicle Commissioner, and cooper shops' in North Florida Florida crops Including beans,

South Carolina and Virginia to ot a public charities association. money, I think most will agree 1224337. potato belt In operation. cabbage, celery, cucumbers, en- Dentil.* I

points in official classification territory 2. Resolved that the Mayor In fact this amount collected by State Treasurer for individualsIf Tampa-240 acres of land leased carol lettuce peppers, strawberries Mary Lee Phillips, 4, daughterof

and the necessity If any, call a meeting of all interested in me during my term of office Is applied for $75,565.56. on West Shore Boulevard for and tomatoes. Mr. and Mrs.. O. J. Phillips of

for the establishment of express the benevolent work ot the townat more than the total collections of State Treasurer for outstanding municipal airport.St. The preslstent dry weather' has Lawtey. died Tuesday 13th. Burled
; carload service on strawberries later date 'to effect such the made conditions unfavorable for
some all my predecessors during entire checks 614092. at Hope Church cemetery near I
'. from and to such points all with an organization,, of the citizens In existence of the office. The Total, 8897029573. Augustine-Celebration held the setting of strawberry plants. Theressa Wednesday morning.

a view to establishing such just such a meeting so decided. public will be Interested doubtless My published annual reports, here recently marking opening of and many fields have been reset Mary Jane Reddish, 60, died .
State Road No. 4 through St. several times. the
reasonable and adequate service When this general organizationshall In where all this money came from year to year, have given; the report says. Dec. llth at her home in Hampton. "
either freight or express, as may become operative then the from.It details of these transactions.. Johns and Flagler counties. I Polk county It adds, has probably Burled Dec. 12th at Hampton r
be warranted the record" according crntral Relief Committee appoint( the following 90 per cent of last year's acreage,
by was collected from When I took charge ot the of- Vero Beach-60 carloads of fruit cemetery

to the notice of the Interstate ed some years ago would turn in sources: Ice my predecessor turned over tome ; shipped from Indian River county while that In Illllsborough county Wilma Underhill, 8, daughter of

commission. their funds to that body and cease MiscellaneousInterest Items, undistributed official funds Informs since packing houses opened this has been reduced at least 30 percent Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Underhill of

C A. S. Wells, chairman and Commissioner to exist. Also the Committee now 904628. of bank balances amountIng season. Bradford county, with more Wateroak section, died Sunday December

E. S. Matthews and R. holding the Thanksgiving offering Tax redemptions. 114.861,331.- to $77,944.87. For many e favorable planting weather, has 11th. Burled Monday at

L. Eaton; T. T. Turnbull. attorney ot $39.25 would do likewise.In 41. k years prior thereto and during my St. Petersburg-Charged with 325 acres compared with 300 acres Dyal cemetery.

for the state commission. and other the meantime more Information Blue sky receipts, I8.4B8.44. term the distribution work could driving his train recklessly, W A last year, the report states, and S

officials of that body attended will be secured and given to R. R. and Telegraph Taxes, never quite catch up with the Incoming Vasser, engineer; on the A. C. L's for the state a preliminary acreage WEATHER REPORT

Is the* hearing the press of Starke as to the man 1,532.289.63.. collections- I have long new Gulf Coast Limited, Friday of 2,800 acres is estimated, Period ending December 14, 1937

agement and advantages of a community n. R. and Telegraph License sought the goal; of being at a was arrested by officers from Lar- compared with 3,880 Acres harvested Date Max. Mln. Preclp

Mr. and Mrs..T. S. Williams en- chest for cities and towns. taxes. 11.154.824.84. point where distributions could be go, a little town 19 miles from last season.Preliminary Dec. 8 64 61 .00

tertained Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Bar- Jacksonville and Tampa have both Gasoline tax. $30, 80,815.71. entirely and absolutely up with Lere. R. T. Frederick, conductoren estimates on cab- Dec 9 47 29 .00

bour of Jacksonville Mrs. Bar- had experience with such organ- Gasoline Dealer's license, $75,- Collections. In other words at a the train, which completed Its bage Indicate a state total of 3,000 Dec. 10 67 36 .00

boar's father from California: and lied charity.Let 48500. point where I would be offlciallly [riot run from New York today, acres. or practically the same as Dec. 11 77 51 .00

p Mr. and Mr*. Lawrence Brown, of all churches and benevolent Small Lean companies, ",1100. "flat broke." On the last monthI "-as arrested on a charge of allow- the harvested acreage of last year. Dec. 13 81 55 .00

South Bend, Kansas who were Individuals see to It that needy Motor vehicle license taxes. reached the goal. There was Lg the engineer to operate the About two-thirds of the crop Is Dec. 13 81 57 .00

I married recently, at a dinner Saturday 'amIUe* and their children have 24.399,372.80.. .. not a penny official funds on- hand In la a reckless manner throughLaro's now set. Dec 14 76 60 .00 i
Dec. 10th. Christmas cheer on Dec. 25th. Auto theft The Florida fall bean crop the -
'I| receipts, 947,171.62. (Continued on page 14.) business section.
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ChristmasWit1 After the feast is over, and you're at peace'with the world just turn the switch
:on that radio set you bought at JONES' as your gift for the whole family, tune in on some
good music and you'll know what we mean when we say radio will make your Christmas
merrier. And of course it will help digestion.
no WorriesMake Don't forget, either, that a radio set will make you merrier the whole year round.
With the Atwater-Kent radio set you can hear the music from your favorite station
mat as it is played-without hum or buzz or other funny noises.And you will hear inter-
esting talks, get sports returns, hear voices from the far corners of the world, enjoy the
things you've always wanted to enjoy, all at a surpisingly low cost.

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. will find you clear of financial worries.

VllllUlllltl""IWUICgiylRluuurl IInIIMlr6=+tgllluUllumulu llU Give your wife an "electric
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save her steps. At practically -
add a few dollars when you can; and no cost after the initial outlay -
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you will face next year's gift list with a uurorluulll cuue',lull, hli1 ,i % help in all the houseworkand -
do it better than by old-

smile instead of a frown. Just think, fashioned ways.
This fine ten cup coffee
how a bank account no matter how percolator-nickle plated I Electric Iron choice: of
and guaranteed to give r. three different 1 weights.
satisfaction.Gracefully f Goose nose which makes
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Lay the cornerstone for Thrift in your

children's minds by starting them off the Gifts We SellGive

with a bank account. You will be surprised -

a sporting goods gift-and for years you'll be remembered. A tennis racket-
at the way children cherish a set of lures-maybe a fly rod or tackle box-gifts from one good sportsman to another.

their bank accounts, and add to it ev so And long here's? another' idea-How about giving yourself that rifle or shotgun you've wanted


opportunity .


And ivhile you are here, opening an A SET 0' SILVERIf

account' r the kiddies, start one for

Af you would give something of character-and enjoyablefor
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a long time after the holiday; if you would express r
now laid away at regular inter- the Christmas spirit in a gift of exquisite"quality, taste _
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vals, soon grows to a respectable sum. family will love-not for a day,or a year-but for all time.
Imperishable, priceless gift that will some day be an
Savings accounts draw 4 percent in- heirloom; and yet, at Jones' available to all, for the de-

terest, compounded quarterly. Put Christmas lightful range budget.of price will meet the proportions of every

one of our Savings books and banks in You can select a gift of silver at$1.00-or$100. You may ; .
buy a separate piece-or an entire silver service. But
your list of gifts to the children. regardless of the money involved, your gift will be stamped 1.

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11 IN WAINWRIGHT TRIALHellbrmin With Dear came Santa eyes Claus aglow last and night clieek she FILE CLAIMS BY DEC. 31 Manslaughter Bennett :lse Ililo


aflame; -

S|1)J'h'/C./ Rewldviit. IKrimiRcd trolman, asserted bat the right And placed a letter in tny hand l.l'Ki'HI. ('Ollimnltlh-r. SIllK'M :.1.IMIOrlornim 1 IIIITIISMMITIO: \ __ \<>r CHNO. ('mil limitl I'mII Tim OPENS FOURTH

; front wheel of Walnwright'B auto To mall to you in Fairyland \ .lii Stalo llm<> NMa OPKKRH. : TWO I'lU/JKS: Spring IVrni of CircuitCmnl. '
With )
ManNliiugli.t mobile struck the right rear wheel Or at the Pole where she's bee :
"'ollow'ng Accident.Jacksonville of McVeigh's\ COP. Hex. V. Sweat told | To encourage friendly rivalry lAI-C GROCERY ,

''j chief of the county road patrol and You dwell among the iceberg are 5,000 ex-sprvlce men among/ the counties of Florida InJ J vl'rt'ltll'III1"'tt I was found guilty

Dec. 9.-The jury M E. Drane, .county road patrolman cold. lu Florida wlio have not made application J J tho development of public health of manslaughter Tliursdny mornIng1 Sivond. Itrantli lit Circrn Coveirraf

trying J. II. Wainwright who also Investigated the accident And kissing her I anwered: Oh, for the adjusted service .work the Florldn Public Health tho 'jury returning Its verdict ''''H ( Fiiluro for Till I

on were other witnesses who That I letter straight away mus rompftuiation' .certificates Issued I.I Association la offering prl/es ot shortly after !II o'clock.. Sentence ,,,' ''on.

\\i''. charges of Manslaughter In criminal testified In court. gol'Twall l>y the government, anil who miiHtdo $200 and $100 to the two counties WHS withheld\ by Judge Adklim until ,

,' court unable to The Musick boy died in the ( HO before December 31, or lose
,j was come to a making greatest progress/ In 3 o'clock this afternoon at W. F. Lulling, one of the owners
jf decision after county hospital the morning after tlmt privilege, it was pointed out public health work .
more than three soiled and rumpled, svalei ) beginning which time motion. for u new trial the
{ the accident. Mrs. Musick received Saturday by A. Klee King. JackHonvllle operating two Plggly-WIg-/ .
1 confer'nce January 1. 1928.
hours .,ud a mistrial and stamped, will bn made by the denfenxo attorneys
was entered In the 'C8ii scalp wounds; Woodrow McVeigh The baby printing" badly cramped ,. commander of the Florida/ I The above prizes. will bo Inj J. L. Kruzee and K.: M. gly stores In Gnlnnsvllle and the I
'bY Judge a brother suffered a fractured And might have well department of the American I.e-I M-C Grocery in Starke' ban opened
as you sup j I scholarships, one at the Unlveri Johns The verdict curries' with
James M. Peeler lout night. The knee, and Margaret Musick gion, lit urging eligible Leglonimrles -
posed.I i, ltlty of Florida for the regular sesnJon t 11 maximum sentence ot twenty the fourth store In his. group
will be set for was. Injured about the mouth and and others .to promptly file I
case
trial against. It nnd read It .
opened through, and the other for the Hummer'session yours.Bennett. 1 located at Green rove Springs.
the next term of "' teeth. Waluwrlght and McVeigh f nd it filled with love for requests for compensation.Oov. '
court. was you ;
I at tha state college tOI'womlI. testified that ho killed
That :Mr.
Catling ls Impressed with
were not hurt.Walnwrlght John \V. Martin added his I
The, charges Hut here and there In letters bold to students specllulzlnit !In
against Leo Morgan but claimed he did
Wainwright held for crimInal the of l Florida ho future ot
was appeal to eligible* this section la shown
I grew out of the death ot Edward The Christmas gifts she wants I It work bearing/ on public hulth."Iw..e It In self defense. States Attorney
court by a coroner's jury ti> apply for rompenHiitlon by issuing
I 111 theInterview given t the
told.Action Green
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Musick\ Jr. who prizes are also continent on i
was fatally Injured Knight hud worked up a strong I
after the accident. !
shortly proclamation designatingDecember
a
Covo Springs Times In Its. last Issue
In 10 counties entering the contest.
an automobile collision I cn.no against Bennett and tho verdict
P. Guy Crews defended McVeigh 15 Adjusted Compensation
which follows
on the Lake City road August 2. while M. M. Scarborough assist I 1 promised her I wouldn't full day In l Florida. Slate, county A committee consisting of Mrs.Ityrtom of munsliiaRhter came us a : ,
The case wan sent to the To put that letter In the mull. No "With the new highways' and
'jury yes ant county solicitor prosecuted and city officials and' civic lenders Anderson of the state distinct surprise to many. cnsoIn
terday afternoon at 6 o'clock and I'd sent it on today, but oh! with the In board of heulth and Miss Fannie recent years' lins altrncted somuch brldgea which will be finished
case. joined governor
at 8:30: o'clock the jurors Informed 1 I find I cannot let it go. supporting the movement. 11. Shaw, of the I Kloilda/ Public attention or the jury'a verdict within the next few months and

Judge Peeler that Is was unable WILL ASSIST VKTKRAXH: : For you was meant that lovely All lionornbly discharged veteran 1l"llllh.soratlon! with Mr. N i received such adverse criticism. the development of the soil In agricultural J

to airee.'Valnwrlght. note. of the World war, and widows M. Fuller, city board of henllh of production nothing can "

was driving on the -J But It's the first she ever wrote, children or their guardians, mothes Jacksonville, are at work on n (jlovcr'M film* Coiitliiuril Ftop this city from becoming one -

wrong side of the road when the Bradford county veteran who And so these scrawls you'll never ; or fathers ot .decnesed veteran method of .scoring counties. along The case of 'State' ot l Florida vs of the most thriving centers ot the

accident occurred according to desire to secure, assistance In fill see- who depended upon them at the line of progress In health activities. !H. J. Glover, Indicted. for murder elate" Mr. Calling nald."In .

testimony at the trial. The car in ing out their adjusted service compensation I'm going to have them framed the time of their death or have become Christmas seals help wan continued until the spring/ other parts ot the country,

which young Musick, his mother, a blanks, can secure the for me- dependent on outside .support along with thin. work. term of court. --.. .. people, would hardly believe that

brother and a sister were riding services of Capt. A. J. Thomas and are eligible to benefits under fresh strawberries aro-"rlnn- -. now.-- .

at the time of the crash was driven Now I am writing out In rhyme ho adjusted. compensation act. State Funds here, at our very doors Mr. Cat
Mr. J, E. free ot cost. Arranging
Corpenlng ling (continued. "Tim other night
by E.: E. McVeigh, 3115 Gilmore The things she wants. at Christ Commander King, exhorting all I
street. Both of these men have signified time WCl had fresh English pl>all. spin
Mustek's
mother mas ;
ellglblea to act at once, fluid:
brother and their to She wants baby doll that walks. I nitch. and strawberries for dinner,
sister also received Injuries willingness assist veterans a "There la no red tape In securn To Assist The Schools
in the collision it And one that shuts her eyes and grown at Slarke.
was testified. In any manner possible, and adjusted compensation. Get
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talks. !: Just aa productive
urge every veteran to take advantage an application form, execute and
Wainwrlght, a resident ot Hell- ,6f this opportunity to secure And all the lovely trlnklets known nail It to WaBhlngton In the envelope Work preliminary to the first STORAGE PIT and ft n>ay bo better.

bronn Springs Bradford county the compensation due them Which little girls delight to own. which accompanies the''distribution. of state funds to aid When you drive from Starke to

was driving on the lefthandside from the government before the This Is the substance of her note- >lnnlc, The American Legion" generally I counties of Florida to conduct. OF DYNAMITE Green Cove. Springs and from hero

of the road when the car driven expiration date set December 31, 1'10 treasuring the one she wrote) and especially/ In the state to Jacksonville you seo acres ot
heir \ !
I schools through the present unused land and In between
by McVeigh approached him near 1927. Tampa Tribune.STATE of Florida, la very much Interested them .
term Is now proceeding in the IS EXPLODED farms which show the tremendous
I
the
10-mile lie-
post outside of Jack tll bringing thla matter forcibly .
sonville. EXTEN- tore the public and to the atten- State Department of Public Instruction _. future this; section has before U. ..
ROAD 13 "
!:: of land In .
very acre this
McVeigh swerved to the left to lion of all ellglbles who have not W. S. Cawthon state Hlawt l.at. TliiirMluy MgM Went" section be entire
can made into
avoid ,a head-on collision. It was an yet made application. superintendent, announces from of SlArko, Hluikcn 4'on nl ry- garden of a
spot profit for thoso
testified, and Wainwright cut back SIONINAN.I0BIDS "As Governor Martin has pointed Tallahassee. 81t1" fur 40 Miles will take who
advantage of the natural
to the rlghthand side at the same out It Is a duty that we owe -- '
to thosu who of The rountles are to be helped conditions of climate and. soil here.
instant. are not aware Only the chance awakening of A

J. H. Faucette, county road pain 175 Mile of New Honda Covered Secured heir rights and privileges under from a so-called equalisation fund, I negro road hand saved the lives "Tho great strides agriculture
.! established! by the 1927 legislature has made In Clay county during
L1A letting Next Month.' he law to advise them and assist ot nearly a score of negroes las)
and financed the the past few years la only a beginning
from proceeds of
hem In every way possible. Thursday night when fire from a
spite ot the drizzling rain In Of portions ot an additional one per ; and there are still opportunities
Bids were called by the State Dredging In a statement at Tallahassee, campflre spread through the grass
mnd generally disagreeable weather cent gas tax, a one-fourth mill ad here for thousands ot
Road Department Thursday for Governor Martin declared that It to the nearby powder. house where
that was prevalent last Friday, valorem tax, and Interest on state more farmers to make their fortunes
Suwannee River Is the duty of all the people to a ton of dynamite had been placed.
construction, of ITS miles of roadwork
the basketball game scheduled between funds In state banks. before land values geKtoahigh.
ring this matter to the attention Calling to those In the camp with *
., the Union Independents and and 2,115 feet of bridges, I The distribution Is to be made .
of all ex-eervlce men and women I him, the negroes scattered In every
Starke was played on the court comprising 22 projects In 11 conn next January. Between $300,000 "With the completion of the
Congressman Green Wires Appropriation and widows, orphans and father direction just a few seconds
east of the courthouse. Our play- ties of the state. The bids were Secured FromCOD"l'ellll and mothers of deceased veteran $400,000 will probably be avail before the flames reached a box Green Cove-St. Augustine bridge

"rs are not the kind that are balk returnable January 10. before It Is. too late. able for apportionment among ot detonating primers. The explosion and the new bridges and highway

ed by so small an item as rain or The projects are 'n C diien, Aside from the patriotic aide of; those counties unable to finance ot the caps exploded the to Jacksonville this city will bean

mud. The tilled Levy Lake Osceola, Holmes. their schools for minimum of five important traffic renter and Its
game was with R. A. Green member ot congress he problem It should be taken a dynamite, blowing hole six or
good plays, by both teams and Hlllsboro Polk, P.aim Beach months. growth In population as well as lathe '
from the second \\dlstrlct, Into consideration that the the av seven feet deep and eighteen/ feet -
plenty of excitement ending with Leon. Alachua and Suwannecounties. Forms for budgeting the varlou prosperity of its citizens will
\\f., telegraphed Thursday night that rage value of each certificate III across. The fllsmy camp structures
) the score of 18 to 15 In favor of The road work is to be he had conferred with army engineers 1,600, making a total ot more counties needing the funds and ) were leveled to the ground, follow with a certainty that can

". the Union Independents. With the done on roads 1,13, (Levy county) and had secured favorable han $7,500.000 due to the eligible llglble to receive such assistance tree were broken oft midway not very well be denied."

,1', first game ot the season ending 2, 24, 39, 17, 4, 66 and 43, and action on the matter of clearing, eaMents ot Florida. are now being checked over in the their height and thrown In every .

i with these results we have reason the bridges are to be on roads 14, dredging and marking Suwannee All Legionnaires have been asked -' department. About nineteen ha< direction. The bark ot the pine I

.f. to expect more of the same thing 12, 50 and 17. been sent In to the department up Firemen Called1
river, thereby making it suitable by Commander King to canvas trees still standing: near the ,,('eneof
to come and let's hope we are Two of the road projects are In For navigation. Mr. Green stated heir respective communities and to the middle ot November. The the explosion is. as smooth us <

not destined to disappointment.Union .- jadsden county, three In Osceala.wo that U 0,000 had been made avail to bring to the attention of the ell forms. when tilled out, show the If sandpapered. Our Three Times ;',, 1//

County Times. in Hlllsboro, two in Holmes, able for Immediate use In h18 Ibles the Importance .of making efforts already being made by the July one jiegrn/ was reported Injured
four in Polk and two In Leon. The counties to finance their own .
work. application at the earliest po..slbletime. by the blast, and his. injuries I-caves- burning on I ho root ot ..
Dr. C. F. Cralghead, from the bridges" are to be constructed in Ills telegram follows: schools, and what would 1m needed : will not prove serious.' Duo I he Barefoot resilience, corner

Bureau of Entomology, Washington Alachua Levy Suwannee and "Just held personal conference Application may be obtained at to carry them through/ the year m u In WIIH killed n ml Severn I Injured Cherry anil Call streets, lust Friday

D. C. and J. A. Beale, from 1I111 borough counties. with Army Engineers. Secured the nearest American Legion poet, A great; many counties have by the flying fragments. It morning called out the fire

r:: the Bureau ot Entomology Ashevllle The department also announced favorable action on matter of United States-Veterans' Bureau office not sent In their forma, Mr.\ Caw wns. Htated the following; day that 'ruck. The mnall blaze was ex-
,
hat Okeechobee county is adver (')tearing, dredging and marking or hospital or army navy or thon said 1. and unless they do so a Komi portion ofv the dynamite InKiilshed': befoce any damage was

N. C., who have been in Using for bids for the constructloiot Suwannee river rendering It suit marine corps recruiting office. In time for the distribution they biirinnl before the flames reached dono-to tho roof During the afenioon -

,; Starke for a few days with Len-i three projects In that county on able for navigation. Ten thousand cannot receive the financial assistance the cups and caused Ilia explosion. a grass fire on the vacant II'#"

thai Wyman are spending the <; State Road No. 29, about 29 miles, lollars has been authorized for \\'111.t'Xlmnllll..1: : ho pointed out. The blast was felt to the south lilt adjoining the Telegraph ofllca

week lu Camp Plnchot in West ) the bids to be received here along Immediate use in this work. You While the aim ot the state depal.tment at )points below Gainesville, to wan extinguished, the dremen con

Florida on official business. with the others. and others In your vicinity are Wllma Underbill Mix-year old this year la. only for a Green Cove Sprlng; on the east, nel.tlnthe line ot hose to a nearby

I doubtless Interested In thla." daughter of Mr. and Mrs.. A. J. Underhill flvo-month term ot schooling, next with reports" ,. of some porsonsawiikn hydrant.

I of Wateroak section, died year the minimum will be placet at Orange" Park, near Jack The most disastrous blaze occurred

Strawberry Hearing At 'Doyle Carlton Sunday morning. Dec. 10th at the at six month This divergence Isbrought sonville., feeling the sway set In 1 Friday night uhortly after
fact that the
the
about by
J homo of Mrs. Fay GUI of acute million by the detonation. Persona 10 o'clock when fire, caused front

appendicitis following a week's Ill equalization fund thla year will there called the newspaperoinceaIn a defective flue, destroywiUthe upper
Lakeland On Here Next Week ,
Thursday have only half a year's proceedswhile
ness. Interment was held Monday Jacksonville' Inquiring as to the part of the former N.ff home
In January, 1929, the func
at Dyal cemetery. cause of the shock. A mild, panic on Walnut street. The flames
will be augmented by an entire
was. created among/ the Inmates of
were brought under control withIn
Continuation of Fight to Give PUBLIC CHARITIES Doyle H. Carlton of Tampa can year's accumulation, and more -
Olympla--Work begun on new the state prison farm only u few a few minutes but the bursting
didate for governor, and Stafford will be on hand for distribution.
Service To money
Florldn
Express Dixie flank road here. miles north ot the scene. The ot the hone linos twice gave the
i meetlng'wnsheld Caldwell of Miami, will speak in
.
On Friday last a
Northern Markets. I night clerk of the White House
station fire a fresh start. The structure
Starke. Lawtey and Hampton Jupiter-Texaco, filling; fund to be
town The
In the hall, composed equalization apportioned
hotel In
told l
CJalncsvllJo} reporters
wag badly damaged the lower
will on new elate highway nearly com on
ot the following: the Ministerial Thursday of next week. They among the needed counties
of here that while ho heard
papers floor from the touv of water
Officials of the Florida Railroad Association, the Mayor and the be in Lawtey at 10 o'clock Thurs- pleted. Is In addition to the quarterly no noise, the entire building, shook lu Into the building. pour-

Commission represented the state committee appointed at the recent day morning, at Hampton In the Naples-Work progressing rap- distribution ot the one-mill chooltal' For several seconds and It seemed
The property belong. to A. A.
conducted Thanksgiving service viz: C. F. afternoon, 3 o'clock while the I Idly on Tnralaml Trail.Chlpley the Interest on the state .
at examination by the
an aa thomgh/ windows and doors Khune ot Umatllla. who had rented
Hoover, John Vglow. L. A. Starke meeting has been set at -Chlpley and surround school fund and portions of the\ .,
would break loose.llriwlfonl .
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the Interstate Commerce Commission It to Mr. and Mr. Hogan Smith.
Davis, Rev. L. W. Klckllter and 7:30: at the court hou e. The ing communities shipped over 6- one-cent additional. gas tax the --

at Lakeland Thursday, December W. W. Bal den. peakers will be Introduced by 000 pounds ot turkeys) for Thanks lewly-lmposeil property tax and

15, of railroad carload and Mayor Jones was appointed udge A. Adklns.. giving thlil year. the Interest on the public funds, Strawberry Acreage Of

express transportation ot straw temporary chairman and Rev. O. now being made by the depart I

P. Raymond secretary. Rev. L. W. ment. I
berries. Klckllter reported as treasurer, Comptroller Amos Collects State Short 900 Acres

The Lakeland hearing primarily theBaptl..t ('.\lCU OK THINKSWe :
that the public colectlon at
affects "Florida Georgia, North j' fiitcory one. Poor yleldn, and low
church Thanksgiving
Carolina. South Carolina and Virginia $29.25 on and that he has Millions But Now wish to express. our sincere County Only One show. prlcea have been almost universal,
Day was ,
t but it Is really proceedings donation appreciation for the kind expression's hIll An Incn'UMn .In .\"IC.>. the prices) received In many cases
received $10.00 as a private
.-1 begun a number of years ago by nlnce, and had on hand In the "Flat Broke" Officially of sympathy and assistance lii-liiK/ 'little more than enough to I

the Florida Railroad Commission, I bank $39.25. The representative given us during/ the Illness. and folnwlng Indications In Florida's< straw- cover transportation charges.Aoreage .

and which Is now prosecuted. from the Exchange Club was out Total $88,970,295.73.This the death of our little.Iallht..r. h..rry.pro.llldn.rllnn are that In the state was about .
Wllma. Our heart-felt the crop of last year's harvest. ac 1 00 cent greater than last
pt-r ; fall
The hearing conducted by Commissioner of town and BO unable to attenil, Tallahassee, FU. Doc. 8th,- money was paid out as /
gratitude la extended to Mrs. Fay ('ordlnto the report of H. A. due largely to Increased plantings
.Frank McManamy and the meeting.An tate Comptroller Ernest Amos follows:
Dr. W. K.: Mlddleton and Dr.K. Harks agricultural statistician. In the Lake Okeechobee t.
\;ill. section
W. P. Bartel the commission's director statement and
Informal discussion was conducted Itave out the folowlng State county. depositories,
for (he United .
States department where
L. Tllggs.' dry weather and better
of service, was into the as to, the advisability ot today: $88.512.674.58.
and Mrs.. A. J. Underhill of agriculture's bureau of agricultural drainage have
"reasonableness justness and adequacy having a public charities association During the ten years and eleven Secretary of State, 258.68. Mr. greatly stimulated

ot the present freight service In Starke and the following months I have held the office of For refunds $288,757.31. and family economics. trucking I activities.
The report rovers present l1n.1proHpeetive
e
on strawberries. In carloads motions were voted: Comptroller I have collected and Stata Treasurer, Interest on
Hastings All barrel factorlea estimates. of various
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tram points in the states of Florida 1. Resolved that we go on rec paid Into the official treasury U8,- deposits. $74,656.60. Vital Statistics
Florida .
and shops In North Florida crops, Including beans,
Georgia, North Carolina ord'aB approving the organization 70,295.73. A considerable sum of Motor Vehicle Commissioner, cooper
potato belt In operation. (cabbage celery, cucumbers, ",,- Dt-atlm.
South Carolina and Virginia to ot a public charities association. money. I think most will agree $12.241.37.:

; points In official classification' territory 2. Resolved that the Mayor In fact this amount collected by State Treasurer for Individuals Tampa-240 acres. of land leas carol and, lettuce tomatoes., poppers, strawberries Mary Lee Phillips 4, daughter

and the necessity if any call a meeting of all Interested In me during my term of office is If applied for, $76,68 6.511. ed on West. Shore Boulevard for The preslstent> dry weather has of Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Phillips ot

for the establishment of express the benevolent work ot the town more than the total collections of State Treasurer for outstanding municipal airport made Lawtey. died Tuesday 13th. Burled
conditions unfavorable for
'j carload service on strawberries, at some later date to effect such all my predecessors during the en- 1 1tire checks $6,140.92. St. Augustine. -Celebration held he setting: of strawberry plants at Hope Church cemetery near

from and to such points all with an organization, ot the citizens in existence of the office. The I Total 8897029573. ot Therensa Wednesday morning.
here recently marking opening and many fields have been reset
a view to establishing such just, such a meeting so decided. 1 public will be Interested doubtless. My published annual reports State Road No. 4 through St. several times. the report suya.'oik Mary Jane Reddish. 60, died ...

reasonable and adequate service When this general organization In where all this money came from year to year, have given the Johns and Flagler counties. It adds has Dec. llth at her home In Hampton.
county, probably
either freight or express, as may: shall become' operative then the rom. details of these transactions.. Burled Dec. 12th at Hampton
90 cent of last
be warranted by, the record" according i Central Relief Committee appoint It was collected from the followng When. I took charge of the office Vero Beach-60 carloads of fruit while per that In Illllsborough year's acreage, cemetery.

to the notice of the interstate ed some years ago would turn in sources: my predecessor turned over to shipped from Indian River county been reduced at least county 30 Wilma Underbill. 6. daughter or

commission. their funds to that body and cease Miscellaneous- Interest Items I tne undistributed official funds Informs since packing bouses. opened this las per Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Underbill ofWateroak
ent. Bradford with
county, more
A. S. Wells, chairman and Commissioner I to exist. Also the Committee now 9,04.6.28. of bank balances amount- eason. avorable planting weather has section died Sunday December

B. S. Matthews and R. holding the Thanksgiving offering Tax redemptions $14,861,331.- Ing to $77,944.87. For many e 125 acres compared with 300 acres llth. Burled Monday at

of $39.25 would do likewise. 41. prior thereto and during St. Petersburg-Charged with Dyal cemetery.
L. Eaton: T. T. Turnbull, attorney t years my last year, the report states, and
.> for the state commission, and other In the meantime more Information Blue sky receipts, $8.458.44. term the distribution work could driving his train recklessly W. A. for the state a preliminary acre WEATHER. REPORT

officials ot that body attended will be secured and given to R. R. and Telegraph Taxes, never quite catch up with the Incoming Yasser, engineer on the A. C. L's age ot 2,800 acres Is estimated, Period ending December 14. 1927

the' hearing.Mr. the press of Starke as to the man 1,532.289.63. collections- I have long new Gulf Coait Limited Friday ompared with 3,830 acres bar- Date Max. Mln. Preclp.

agement and advantages of a com R. R. and Telegraph License sought the goal of being at a was arrested by officers from Largo vested last .
season.Preliminary
Dec. 8 64 61 .00
and Mrs..T. 8. William entertained munity chest for titles and towns. taxes $1.154.824.84. point where distributions could be a little town 19 miles from I estimates on cab Dec. 9Deo.
47 29 .00
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Bar- Jacksonville\ and Tampa have both Gasoline tax. $10.980,815.71. entirely and absolutely up with Lere. R. T. Frederick, conductor bage Indicate a state total ot 3,000 10 67 36 .00

hour of Jacksonville, Mrs. Bar- bad experience with such organized Gasoline Dealer's license $7 5.- pollectlona. In other words at a en the train which completed its the
acres, or practically
same as Dec. 11 77 51 .00
boar's father from California, and \ charity. 85.00.. point where I would be offlclallly trtt run from New York today, the harvested of last
acreage year. Dec. 13 81 55 .00
,. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Brown oft Let all churches and benevolent Small Lean companies, ".500. "flat broke.. On the last month -as arrested on a charge ot allow..LK About two-thirds of the is
crop Dec. 12 81 57 .00
South Bend Kanias, who were Individuals see to It that needy Motor vehicle license taxes I reacted the goal. There was the engineer to operate the now set.
I Deo. 14 76 60 .00 ,
I t married recently, at a dinner Saturday Families and their children have 24.399.372.80.. not a penny official funds on hand In in a reckless manner through The Florida fall bean the

Dec. 10th. Christmas cheer on Dec. 15th. Auto theft receipts 947.171.62. (Continued 14. Largo's business lectlon.i crop -
on )
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Christmas After the feast is over, and you're at peace with the world, just turn the switch
:>n that radio set you bought at JONES' as your gift for the whole family, tune in on some
rood music and you'll know what we mean when we say radio will make your Christmas
merrier. And of course it will help digestion.
IL With no Worries Don't forget, either, that a radio set will make you merrier the whole :year round.
With the Atwater-Kent radio set you can hear the music from your favorite station
lust as it is played-without hum or buzz or other funny noises.And you will hear interesting -
talks, get sports returns, hear voices from the far corners of the world, enjoy the
things you've always wanted to enjoy, all at a surpisingly low cost.

Make sure,, now, that next Christmas


will find you clear of financial worries.

mmloall rl IIIIYtlY"rrglmul llulullt, ,twlullullnlllulllmm Give
Start a savings account in this bank; I ( servant"-to your wife save an her"electric time, to

save her steps. At practicalTIi -
add a few dollars when you can; and ly no cost after the initial out-
lay, electricity is ready to
you will face next year's gift list with a ,uuulwsllwllul ,, + help in all the houseworkand -
do it better than by old-

smile instead of a frown. Just think, fashioned ways.

This fine ten coffee
cup '
how a bank account, no matter how percolatorplated \ ,'r,; -: Electric Iron. choice of
and guaranteed to give '.. three different weights.
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complete satisfaction. i:; : Goose nose which makes
small-would have helped you this year. Gracefully in design and : V' it practical for all kind
easy to clean. tJ':, IIIJIII Zv. of work. An iron which
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$9.00 UP ... $1.50 to $7.50
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Sport For Yearsin
Lay the cornerstone for Thrift in your

children's minds by starting them off the Gifts We SellGive

with a bank account. You will be surprised -

at the children cherish a sporting goods gift-and for years you'll be remembered. A tennis racket-
way a set of lures-maybe a fly rod or tackle box-gifts from one good sportsman to
another.
their bank accounts, and add to it ev- 30 And long here's? another. idea-How about giving yourself that rifle or shotgun you've wanted

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Andwbileyou' are here, opening an A SET 0' SILVERIf

account OT the kiddies, start one for

yourself. A few dollars that you don't you would give something of character-and enjoyable
for a long time after the holiday; if you would express r
miss now, laid away at regular inter- the Christmas spirit in a gift of exquisite"quality, taste "
!and'beauty, give silver! For it is a gift that the whole
vals, soon grows to a respectable sum. family will love-not for a day,or a year-but for all time. :
Imperishable, priceless-a gift that will some day be :
4 in- an
draw
Savings accounts percent heirloom; and ;yet, at Jones' available to all, for the de-

terest, compounded quarterly. Put Christmas lightful range budget.of price will meet the proportions of every j I\ "

one of our Savings books and banks in You can select a gift of silver at$1.00-0r$100. You may .
buy a separate piece-or an entire silver service. But .'
list of gifts to the children.
your regardless of the money involved, your gift will be stamped
.. by a mark of inimitable charm.DeWitt. .1

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JURY COULD NOT AGREEIN A LETTER TO 8.ST'J"U'H EX-SERVICE MEN MUSTFILECLAIMSBYDEC. Jury Returns Verdict Of I


v: Dear Santa Clans last night she

WAINWRIGHT TRIALJlellbronn With came eyes aglow and cheeks I 31 Manslaughter Bennett se I'

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trolman asserted plat the right And placed a letter in taiy hand Lrtclun (',,si.nuiiuleilitIcs .'tSHO HKAI/TH: ,ASSOTI TIOOFKKIW \ fil..\rr (',.Mp CoiilliHKNl L'nlil The OPENS FOURTiIl1C
Iiusrged ..
"' Itoxlilriit I "
.i Spring front wheel of Walnwrlght'B automobile To mall to you In Fairyland Veterans lit Suite IIII"C' Not )I : TWO rm/is:: SI.rla.1"1'''' of Circuit

( With Mjtnslitiiflit struck the right rear wheel Or at the Pole where she's been :::\I.ul.l > Application. I Court.Kverett .

FollimliiK/ Accident<< of McVeigh's car. Hex. V. Sweat told I To encourage; friendlY rivalry GROCERY

chief of the county road patrol and You dwell among the icebergs There" are 6.000 ex-service men among the counties of Florida in : lli-nnett wall found guilty

M. E. Drane, .county road patrolman cold In Florida who have not made application (the development of public health of manslaughter Tiiurmluy morning Second, Itritmli ..t Green CovHtfH _

Jacksonville, Dec. 9.-The Jury who also investigated the accident And kissing her, I anwered: Oh, for the adjusted. service work the Florida Public Health the jury returning Its verdict firenl Future for ThinHeotlon. ,

2 trying J. II. Wainwright on were other witnesses who That letter straight away must I compensation certificates issued I Association Is offering Prizes of shortly after 9 o'clock. Sentence i--

4 charges of Manslaughter In crimInal testified in court. got'Twaa I by the government, and who must $200 and $100 to the two cQunt. wan withheld by Judge Alklnllnn-

court'was unable to come to a The Musick boy died In the' do so before December 31, or lose I 1 lee making greatest progress In III 3 o'clock this afternoon at W. P. catling; one of the owners -

decision! after more than three county hospital the morning after soiled and rumpled sealed that privilege It was pointed out public health! work beginning whirl( time motion for a now trial operating the two Flggly-WIg-/
I the accident. Mrs. Mustek received Saturday;: by A. Rice King, Jacksonville -
and stamped, January 1, 1928. I will tin mails by the di'iifeimo attorneys -
hours' conference t nd a rn'strlal! gly stores In Gainesville and the
Woodrow Mc commander of the Florida
I scalp wounds; The baby printing badly cramped,. I The above) prizes will ho In J. Li. Fruzee and K. M.
was entered In the cns'by Judge Veigh, a brother suffered a fractured And at you might have well supposed department of the American Legion I\.hoJnnhlpll--one nt tho University Johns", The verdict carries with !M-C\ Grocery in Stnrke. has opened -

I' James M. Peeler lout night. The knee and Margaret Mustek\ in urging eligible Leglannnrlos 1, of Florida for the regular; esnJon --I t n maximum sentence of twenty the fourth store In his group,

l' case will be set for trial against wan* Injured about the mouth and I opened It and read It through, and others to promptly file and the other for the Rummer years.' located at Green Cove Springs.

the next term of court. '* teeth. Walnwrlght and McVeigh /nd' It was filled with love for you; requests for compensation IHov. l session at the stnto college for Ilennett testified, that ho killed That Mr. Catling is Impressed with,
!his
were not hurt."Valnwrlght. ; John W Martin added !
here there In letters
tint and bold
women to students specializing. In lie didIt
The charges against Walnwrlght was held for crimInal she appeal to I the ellglbles of Floridato Lee Morgan, but claimed ,t the future of this section Is shown
The Christmas gifts wants It work bearing on public\ lion I It I 111, In self dchtise. States Attorney
: grew out of the death ot Edward court by a coroner's Jury told. apply for compensation by Issuing 111 the Interview given the Green
Mustek Jr. : / These prizes" are also continent on )Knight Imd worked up a strong
who was fatally injured shortly after the accident.P / proclamation designatingDecember Cove Springs Times In its lust Issue -
In 10( counties entering the context. .asu agnliiHt Uennett!, and the ver-
: an automobile collision
Guy Crews defended McVeigh 15 as Adjusted Compvii-
t which follows: ,
on the Lake City road August 2. while M. M.\ Scarborough, assistant I I! iromlaoj her I wouldn't fall sauna day In Florida. State, county A committee consisting of Mrs. llct of mniiHluaghter came an a

The case was sent to the Jury yes county solicitor, prosecuted To put that letter in the mall. and city ofllclalx and civic* leaders Ityrtone Anderson of the state llHtliut surprise to muny. No CURB "With the new highways andbridges

terday afternoon at 6 o'clock and I'd sent It on today, but, oh! joined with the governor In board of honlth und Miss Fannie lu recent years him attracted BOnucli which will be finished

at 8:30 o'clock the Jurors Inform case. S I I find I cannot let It go. supporting/ movement H. Shaw of the .'IorldlPublic attention, or (the jury's vor- within the next few months and

ed Judge Peeler that- Is was unable WILL tSSIST'I.Tn.Xs: : for you was meant that lovely All honorably discharged veterans Health, Association, with Mr. N. diet received sUch adverse crltl- the development of the soil In agricultural -

I, to agree.'Valnwrlght. note of the World, Mar and widows, M Fuller, city board of heallh of IHIII. production nothing can
-/ Hut It's the first she ever wrote, ,,, stop this city from becoming ore
driving the children their guardians mothers Jacksonville, are at work on a (;lov"r'l .. ( ,, > Continued
was on or -
Bradford county veterans who And so these scrawls you'll never of the most thriving centers of the I
method of scoring counties along The case of 'State of Florida vs
......., wrong side of the road when the or fathers of decaesed veterans "
accident occurred according to desire to secure,assistance In fill- see- who depended upon them at the line of progress In health activities. It, J. (Glover, Indicted for murder, state Mr. Catling mild.

testimony at the trial. The car in Ing out their adjusted service com I'm going to have them framed the time of their death or have become Christmas seals help was continued until the spring "In other parts of the country, J

which young Mustek, his mother, a pensation blanks, can secure the for me- dependent on outside support ilong with this work. h'rm of run ri. __n___ people would hardly believe that J

brother and a sister were riding services of Capt. A. J. Thomas and are eligible to benefits under fresh strawberries are ripe now,
at the time of the crash driven Now I am writing out In rhyme the art here at our very doors" Mr Cat-
was adjusted compensation State Funds
Mr. J, E. Corpening tree of cost. Arranging
The things she wants at Christ ling: continued "The other nightwe
by E. K. McVeigh, 3115 Gil- Commander King, exhorting all
Both of these men have signified time hail fresh English peas, uplnmch I
more street. Musick's mother, mas ; ellglbles to act at once, said:
brother and sister also received In- their willingness to assist veter- She wants a baby doll that walks, "There I Is no red tape In securing To Assist The Schools : and strawberries for dinner
i crown at Starke.
And one that shuts her eyes and
'juries In the collision It was testified. ans In any manner possible, and adjusted compensation. Get I .
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talks just as productive -
urge every veteran to take advantage an application form, execute and
And all the lovely trlnklets known Work to the first 1 and It may be better.
Wainwright, a resident of Ilell- 6f this opportunity to secure mall It to Washington In the en- preliminary STORAGE PIT
bronn Springs Bradford county the compensation due them Which little girls' delight to own. velope which accompanies the distribution of state funds ti> aid I When you drive from Starke to
This is the substance of her note- (Ireen Cove Springs/ and from hereto
was driving on the leftbaudside from the government before the blank. The American Legion gen- counties of Florida to conduct OF DYNAMITEIS !
date set December 31 I'm treasuring the one she wrote! and In the stateof Jacksonville you see acres of
of the road wben the car drivenby expiration erally, especially their schools through the present
McVeigh approached him near 1927. -Tampa Tribune. Florida, Is very much InterestedIn unused land and In between them, ,,'
term. Is now proceeding In the EXPLODED farms. which show the tremendous
the 10-mile poet outside of Jack ( bringing this matter forcibly before t
sonville. ROAD 13 EXTEN- the public and to the atten- State Department of Public In- future this section has before It. ... .
: STATE
:McVeighswerved to the| left to t lon of all eligibles who have not struction, W. 8. Cawthon, state Blast Last Tliurmlnvijtlit West "Every acre of land In this entire -
; section be
avoid a head-on collision, it was as yet made application."As superintendent, announces from of Htarlu-, Shake Country can made Into a
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testified Walnwrlght cut backto : SION IN JAN. 10 BIDS Governor Martin has pointed Tallahassee. side for 40 ;Miles will garden take spot ot profit for those who '
advantage of the natural
the rlghthand side at the same f out It Is a duty that we owe -
Instant. : to those who are not aware of The counties are to be helped Only the chance awakening of a conditions of climate and soil here.

J. H. Faucetta, county road pain -I' 175 Miles) of New Roads Covered Action SecuredIn their rights and privileges undei r from a so-called equalisation fund, I negro road hand saved the lives "The great strides agriculturehas

,1._W Letting Next: Month the law to advise them and assist t established by the 1927 legislatureand of nearly a score of negroes last made in Clay county during '
financed from the the past few years Is only a be-
them In every way possible. proceeds of
Thursday night when lire from a
,",: spite of the drizzling rain Bids were called by the State Dredging Of In a statement at Tallahassee,, portions of an additional one per campfire spread through the grass ginning and there are still opportunities
and generally disagreeable weather cent gas tax a one-fourth mill ad here for thousands of
,
Road Department Thursday for Governor Martin declared that II I to: the nearby powder house wherea
I ,that was prevalent last Friday, construction of 175 miles of road Suwannee RiverConltl'f' Is the duty of all the people to valorem tax and Interest on state ton of dynamite had been placed. more farmers to make their fortunes -
the basketball game scheduled be- bring this matter to the attentionof I funds In state banks. to before land values gevTtoa
of Calling those In the camp with
work and 2.116 feet bridges, "
tween the Union and The to high.
.,, Independents all ex-service men and women I distribution is be made him, the negroes scattered In every -
22 in 11 coun-
Starke was played on the courtt.1 comprising projects bid "man Green Wires Appropriation and widows orphans and fathers I next January. Between $300,000 direction just a few seconds "With the completion of the
ties of the state. The were
east of the courthouse. Our players Secured From and mothers of deceased veterans I $400,000 will probably be avail before the flames reached a box: Green Cove-St. Augustine bridge

g 1" are not the kind that are balk returnable January 10. Gadsden Congress before It Is too late. able for apportionment among of detonating primers. The explosion and the new bridges and highwaysto
ed by so small an item as rain or The projects are in Aside from the patriotic side of those counties unable to finance Jacksonville, this city will be
Holmes of the caps exploded the
Osceola
mud. The was filled with Levy, Lake. their schools for of an Important traffic center and Its
; game R. A. Green member of congress the problem It should be taken I a minimum five dynamite
Palm Beach blowing a hole six or
good plays, by both teams and Htllsboro.[ Polk, months. growth In population well In
Alachua and Suwannee from the second \dlstrict\ Into consideration that the the average seven feet deep and eighteen feet as as
plenty of excitement, ending with Leon telegraphed Thursday night that value of each certificate Is Forms for budgeting the various the prosperity of Its citizens will
is to be across. The fllsmy camp structures -
counties. The road work
the score of 18 to 15 in favor of he had conferred with army engi- $1,500, making a total of more, counties needing the funds and leveled follow with a certainty that can-
were to the ground,
done roads 1 13, (Levy county)
the Union Independents. With the on neers and had secured favorable than $7,600.000 due to the eligible eligible to receive such assistance not very well be denied."
2, 24, 39, 17, 4, 66 and 43, and trees were broken oft midway
first game of the season ending action, on the matter of clearing, residents of Florida. are now being checked over In the their e
height and thrown In
be roads 14 every
the bridges are to on ,
with these results we have reason dredging and marking Suwannee All Legionnaires have bren ask department. About nineteen had
direction. The bark of the
pine
*w ,. to expect more of the same thingto 12, 60 and 17. river been sent in to the Firemen Called '
thereby making It suitable ed by Commander King to canvass department up trees still standing near the scene :
come, and let's hope we are Two of the road projects are In I for navigation. Mr. Green stated their respective communities and to the middle of November. The of the smooth :: "
Is
explosion ns as
., not destined to disappointment. 'Gadsden county three In Osceola, that $10,000 had been made avail- to bring to the attention of the ell- forma' when filled out, show the It Sll snndpaper Our Three Times ;. :\. 0//

Union County Times.Dr. two in Ilillsboro two In Holmes, able for Immediate use in this 'glbles the Importance "of making efforts already being made by the Injured '
Only cue repnrtf
jiujrro was -
four in Polk and two In Leon. The
work. counties to finance their
S
application at the earliest possible ( own
by the blast, und, his I Injiir Leaves
C. F. Cralghead from the bridges are to be constructed in His telegram follows: time. ichools, and what would be needed burning on the roof of "
Alachua Levy Suwannee and lea will not prove serious. One the Barefoot residence( ( corner .
Bureau of Entomology, Washington "Just held personal conferencewith Application may be obtained at to carry them through the year. mule was killed, and several Injured Cherry und Cull last
counties. I streets Friday
Hlllsborough
D. C. and J. A. Beale, from 'Army Engineers. Secured the nearest American Legion post A great many counties have by the flying fragments. It morning called out the tiretruck. \
The department also announced favorable action on matter of United States'Veterans' Bureau office not sent In their forms, Mr. Caw- "
was stated tile following day .that
the Bureau of Entomology Ashe- Tim
small blaze
was extinguished -
that Okeechobee county is advertising clearing dredging and marking or hospital, or army, navy or hon said, and unless they do son a Rood portion of* the dynamiteburnud
vllle N. C., who have been In for bids for the construction Suwannee river rendering it suit- marine corps recruiting olhice.S .' time for the distribution they before any damage was
before I he flames reached
Ilol1e.
to the
., Starke for a few days with Len-I of three projects in that county on able for navigation. Ten thousand cannot receive the financial. asslsance root. During the afternoon -
thai Wyman, are spending the] State Road No. 29, about 29 miles dollars has been authorized for WU.I.rSmRIIU.I: ;; he pointed out. the raps and caused the explosion a grass lire on the vacant '1 '
The blast
was felt to the south
lot
'., week In Camp Plnchot In West | the bids to be received here along Immediate use In this work.. You While the aim of the state department adjoining the Telegraph office
at points below Gainesville, to
Florida on official business. with the others. and others In your vicinity are Wilma Underbill, six-year old this year Is only for a Green walt extinguished the firemen connecting -
Cove the
Springs: on east,
I the line of hoso to
a near-
doubtless interested In this. nvn-month term of schooling next
,
I __ ____ ____n______ daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Underhill with reports of some persons by hydrant. i
of Wateroak section, died I year the minimum will be placedat awake at Orange: Park, near Jacksonville The
:; most disastrous blaze
Strawberry Hearing At Sunday morning Dec. 10th at the six months. This divergence Is occurred f
: Doyle Carlton I feeling the sway set In Friday night ahortly after I
brought about by the fact that the ,
home of Mrs. Fay Gill of acute I motion by the detonation Persons 10 o'clock
J. when tire caused from
appendicitis following a week's IU- equalization fund this year will there called the newspaper"offices ,i
Lakeland On Thursday Here Next WeekDoyle ness. Interment was held Mondayat have only halt a 'year's proceeds In Jacksonville, Inquiring as to the a defective part of flue.the former destroyed.the Neff home upper
while In January, 1929, the fund i
Dyal cemetery. will be augmented by an entire causa' of the shock. A mild, panic on Walnut street The flames I

Continuation of Fight to Give PUBLIC CHARITIES H. Carlton of Tampa. candidate S I year's accumulation, and more was created among the Inmates of were brought under control with

Florida Express Service To 'I for governor, and Stafford Olympla=Work begun on new money will be on hand for distribution the state prison farm only a few in a few minutes but the bursting

I On Friday last, a meeting was Caldwell of Miami will speak In Dixie flank road here. miles north of the scene. The of the hose lines twice gave the

Northern Markets.. held In the town hall, composedof Starke Lawtey and Hampton Jupiter-Texaco, filling station The equalization fund to be apportioned night clerk of the White House lire a fresh start The structure .:

the following: the Ministerial Thursday of next week. They will on new state highway nearly com among the needed counties hotel In Gainesville told reportersof was badly damaged on the lower i

Official of the Florida Railroad Association, the Mayor and the be In Lawtey 10 o'clock Thurs- pleted. Is In addition to the quarterly papers here that while he heardno floor from the tons of water pour

Commission represented, the stateat committee appointed at the recent day morning, at Hampton In the Naples-Work progressing rap- distribution of the one-mill school noise, the entire building, shook da into the building

an examination 'conducted by Thanksgiving service, viz: C. F. ,' afternoon 3 o'clock, while the I Idly on Tamlaml Trail. tax, the Interest on the state for several seconds and, It seemedas The property belong.: to A. A.

Hoover, John Uglow, L. A. Starke meeting has been set at Chipley-Chlpley and surrounding school fund and portions of the though the windows and doors Khtine of Umatllla who Lad rent- _
the Interstate Commerce Commission and 7:30: at the court house. The would break loose ed It to Mr. and Mrs. '
Davis, Rev. L. W. Klcklller communities shipped over 6- one-cent additional gas tax, the Hogan Smith
at Lakeland Thursday, December W. W. Balsden. speakers will be Introduced by
tax and
000 pounds of turkeys for Thanks newly-Imposed property
16, of railroad carload and Mayor Jones was appointed Judge A. Z. Adklns. giving nils' year. the Interest on the public funds, Strawberry Acreage Of

express! transportation of straw- temporary chairman and Hev. (1. now being made by the depart- :

"i; berries. Klckllter P. Raymond reported, secretary.as Rev.treasurer L. W., Comptroller Amos Collects ment. I I State Short 900 Acres r I

The Lakeland hearing primarily that the public colectlon at the CAKI <>!THANKS I

affects Florida, Georgia, North Baptist church on Thanksgiving I fatcory one. Poor yIelds and low
Millions But Now
,. Carolina South Carolina and Virginia Day was $29.25, and that he has We wish to express our sincere llr
but It Is really proceedings received $10.00 as a private donation appreciation for the kind expresHiontt An Incrennn In .\creaige. the prices received In many cases

begun a number of years ago by 1 since, and had on hand In the "Flat Broke" Officially of sympathy and assistance helnic 'little more than enough to

the Florida Railroad commlsslon'l bank 3925. The representative given us during the Illness and following Indications In Florida's straw. cover transportation charges.

; and which Is now from the Exchange Club was out Total, 8897029573. the death of our little berry-producing section are thai Acreage In the state was about .

': The hearing conducted by Commissioner of town and so unable to attend Tallahassee. Fla. Dec. Sth- This money was paid out as daughter, WIlma. Our heart-fell the crop of last year's harvest, according 100 per. cent greater than last fall.

:: ,Frank McManamy andV. the meeting.An State Comptroller Ernest Amos follows: gratitude Is extended to Mrs. Fay to the report of II. A. due largely: to Increased plantings

\ P. Bartel the commission's director Informal discussion was'con- gave out the folowlng statement State and county depositories, (liii. Dr. W. l K. Middleton and Dr Marks agricultural statistician I In the Luke Okeechobee section,

of service, was into the lucted as to, the advisability of today: $88.512,674.58. Jo:. L. niggs. for the United States department where dry weather and better

: "reasonableness. Justness and adequacy having a public charities association During: the ten years and eleven Secretary of State, 25858. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Underhill of agriculture's bureau of agricultural drainage have greatly stimulated

of the present freight service In Starke and the following months I have held the office ol For refunds, $288,757.31. and family economics. trucking activities. '

on strawberries, In carloads motions were voted: Comptroller, I have collected and State Treasurer Interest S The report rovers present and .
.. _ __._. ___ ____ on
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a 6 ft. Hastings-All barrel factories prospective estimates of
L from points In the states of Florida 1. Uesolved that we go on rec paid into ina omciai treasury *"",- deposits, $74,655.50.( various Vital Statistics J'
. .\\1 t Georgia, North Carolina ord'alJ approving the organization 970,295.73. A considerable sum ol Motor Vehicle Commissioner and cooper shops! In North Florida Florida crops, Including beans,

South Carolina and Virginia to of a public charities association. money, I think most will agree. 1224337. potato belt In operation. cabbage celery, cucumbers! es- Dentil a

". points In official classification territory 2. Resolved that the Mayor In fact this amount collected by State Treasurer for Individuals Tampa-240 acres of land leas- carol, lettuce, peppers, strawberries Mary Lee Phillips, 4. daughter

and the necessity. If any, call a meeting of all interested In me during my term of office ii It applied for, $75.585.55. ed on West Shore Boulevard for and tomatoes. of Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Phillips of

for the establishment of express the benevolent work of the townat more than the total collections of State Treasurer for outstanding municipal airport.St. The preslstent dry weather has Lawtey, died Tuesday 13th. Burled

carload service on strawberries some later date -to effect suchan all my predecessors during the en- checks, $6,140.92. made conditions unfavorable for: at Hope Church

from and to such points, all witha organization,, of the citizens In tire existence of the office. The Total, 8897029573. Augustine-Celebration held the setting of strawberry plants, Theressa Wednesday cemetery near

view to establishing such, just, such a meeting decided., public will be Interested doubtless My published annual reports, here recently marking opening of and many fields have been reset Mary Jane Reddish morning.60 .'
died
reasonable and adequate service When this general organizationshall In where all this money came from year to year, have given the State Road No. 4 through St. several times the report says. Dee. llth at her home in Hampton., .-p

either freight or express as may become operative then the from. details of these transactions. Johns and Flagler counties. Polk county, It adds, has probably Burled Dec. 12th at Hampton '

be warranted by the record." according central Relief Committee appolnt-I It was collected from the following When I took charge of the of- Vero Beach-60 carloads of fruit 90 per cent of last year's acreage, cemetery.

to the notice of the Inter- ed some years ago would sources: flce my predecessor turned over tome shipped from Indian River county while that In Hlllsborough, county Wilma Underhill 6, daughter of

state commission. their funds to that body and cease Miscellaneous interest items, undistributed official funds Informs since packing houses opened this has been reduced at least 30 percent !tfr. and Mrs. A. J. Underbill of 1

S A. S. Well, chairman, and Commissioner to exist. Also the Committee now $9,046.28. of bank \balances amount- season.St. Bradford county with more Wateroak section, died Sunday December

E3. S. Matthews and R. holding the Thanksgiving offeringof I Tax redemptions. 14861331. Ing to 7794487.& For many I'I'e ,' favorable planting weather, bas 11th. Burled Monday at

L. Baton; T. T. Turnbull, attorney 39.25 would do likewise.In :41. k rears prior thereto and during my Petersburg-Charged with 325 acres' compared with 300 acres Dyal cemetery.
the meantime more Information -I Blue sky receipts, $8,458.44. last year, the report states, and
term
for tbe state commission and other the distribution work could driving his train recklessly, W. A. a
officials of that body attendedthe will be secured and given to R. R. and Telegraph Taxes, never quite catch up with the Incoming Yasser, engineer on the A. C. L's for the state a preliminary acre- WEATHER REPORT

hearing. the press of Starke as to the man- $1.532.289. collection. I have long new Gulf Coast Limited Fridaywas age of 2,800 acres Is estimated Period ending December 14. 1937

S agement and advantages of a community I R. R. and Telegraph License sought the goal of being at a arrested by officers from Largo compared with 3.6S9 acres harvested Date Max. Mln Preclp.

Mr. and Mrs.. T. 8. Williams entertained chest: for cities and towns : taxes, $1.164,824.84. point where distributions could be a little town 19 miles from last aealJon.Preliminary Dec. 8 64 61 .00

Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Bar- acksonvllle and Tampa have both Gasoline Ux JO,980,815.71.. entirely and absolutely up with Lore. R. T. Frederick, conductor estimate) on cab- Dec. 9 47 29 .00

bour of Jacksonville Mrs. Bar- had experience with such organ- Gasoline Dealer's license, $715- :ollectlons. in other words at a en the train,' which completed It. bage Indicate a state total of 3,000 Dec. 10 67 36 .00
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boor's father from California, and bed charity. 485.00.. point whefv I would be offlclallly trbt run from New York today, acres, or practically the same as Dee 11 77 51 .00

Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Brown, of Let all churches and benevolent Small Lean companies, $1,500. flat broke." On the last monthI -as arrested on a charge of allow. the harvested acreage of last year Dec. 13 81 55 .00

South Bend. Kansas who were individuals see to It that needy Motor vehicle license taxes reached the goal. There was .t-B the engineer to operate the About two-thirds of the crop Is Dec 12 81. 57 .00

I f- married recently, at a dinner Saturday families and their children have 2439937280. not a penny official funds on hand In la a reckless manner throul'hLargo' now set.Tbe Dec 14 78 60 .00 <

Dec. 10th. I I Christmas cheer on Dec. 25th. Auto theft receipt, 947,171.62. (Continued on pace) 14.) business section. Florida fall bean crop the -

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im.r>Fonn COUNTY TRMiGR.trii. RTARKK. FLORIDA FRIDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1027Letters
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fnllfllllnCJL'IIIlG1C1t1t,7i3GNXJ1'JL'ifJfiflJt1i1g9GMJVtl? lKltCiC1GI1J11ldl1xttfithN11ll1tnlIICiQlfiiGxRCt101nt1CNIf! SmlpillDtnk'IG1C11JlDI1tCJOUITIC1lIk.{ ltllCl111GNIIWL'N'itD@flStlffsnltlNIINitflL' Waldo, Fla. the Everglades, where the Indiana to please tell you to bring her a

Dec. 8, 1927. are. I want to tell you I have still big doll like mine. 2 balls, a 3 or

Dear Santa- got my little white chair\ .and one 4,joyt, mil,,1'o-h e. 'OIlDpI.t; >< ful'nfstiM1I1d.9l -

{; l' I am n little girl five years old. big doll you gave me last XmaS I\ carriage and trunk.
y I want you to bring me a small Don't forget to bring ma* lots of 'i need fWD pair of shoes, also 13

to Santa Clans wrist watch, a doll and some candy pretty things and'a Iulr'o. skates, arid !3 and f palA".ot soc tl j. candy

and fruit. and my little brother, James ne and fruit .

With love from wants a tricycle. Good-bye Santa. My little 2-year old brother
1 EveJyn'a.dln.. Pauline and James Anders wants a big electric train with box

t Don't forget we are at Indian- cars and passenger) coaches and
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1I1urJQIDf.WliIIII11CUrJtIt.JI; > nIJIJilIDCJIDUI; .fttsLxltatnLUncrmtltuauaaatlGwwkkun/1ncjt'tgtuttermt; / mm tnu elrnt fROWLf1.k"' ..... itllkOt16fl ,.a. .. .".."" ...,,, '" Dear SantaI town, Fla. ; a pop-gun, a real drum

Dear SantaI will write you to let you know 'a ball, a big boy' doll.. d wagon
Santa Claus-
I want a siiilllnB happy tot doll) will write you a letter just to what I want you to bring me: 1 New River, Fla: randy and fruit
tell what I want to bringme want a watch and some randy and Dec. 4, 1927.Dear My little month-old baby brother -
baby, and a pair of skates, and an you you
A Santa Claus? II' and nice wants a rattler, and he needs
fruit and some
embroidery set, and water pain II Is There I am a little girl nine years apples Santa Claus-
I will not ask for too u new crib, blanket, and one of
toys. many old
1 set.'t old. I want you to bring me a doll I am a ilttle girl 11 years ,
Vera Claire Kobliixoii. and some apples, also some candy things, as It will be so cold' Good and I live on the farm and I am (hose little baby sets.

C and nuts and Santa If you please, bye Santa. !In the forth grade; and I help And Santa don't forget mother

Rome fruit dishes and I will try Albert L,. Brown. I home from and daddy. ,
4 Dear Simla- Years ago there arrived in the Sun office in New York Citya mama when am We' all wish you a Merry Christmas
hard to be good girl. ny lly Santa I want lots
a school. Dear Santy,
Please Bend mo a doll and a carriage letter which came to the attention of Francis li. Church, an and a Happy Ney Year and
New River, Fla. I will be glad of anythlntO'cu
of things, but ;
also a teddy bcur. the and he asked the of remember Santa will
editorial writer on paper, privilege reply- Tieulo Maud Brown Nov. 23. 1927. might bring me. I don't we always
I.nvlnKl.v.Dorothy ing. The! letter and answer were printed in the Sun, was copiedby Dear Santa Claus- want to name the things; for you love you and try to be good girls

Phillips.P. newspapers from coast to coast, and through the long years I am ten years old 1 and I have I to bring me, for It will be pleased and boys until next Christmas_
S. Also send me a tau HI-I Starke Fla
since the press of the country has kept alive the famous reply to Dec. 1. 1927 two brothers, one of them Is six of any thing you bring. Just suit Remember I said we would try.

the query "Is there a Santa Claus?" Last week a trade paper carried Dear Santa Claus- years old and the other one Is four yourself and I will be greatful of Goodbye for this time,
Luke IinutlerNov. Iva and Odrlck
I'- 29, 1927 a facsimile of the letter which follows: Please bring me a sweater, a years old.I It. I am going; to try and be well up Sapp.
want you to bring one of my the fifth grade by next Xmas,
In
Dear Editor
Dear Santa Cliius-- : box of randy and a pair of socks, '
I will try to write you, a few I am 8 years old and a nice curly-beaded doll, one brothers a Kitty-cart and the othera and do all of my other work. So -1 i

lines to let you hear from me. I "Some of my little friends say there is no Sinta Claus I hut can walk und '(Ilk. tricycle. I would like to, havea will close, hoping to be remembered -!

want a big doll and a carriage, a Pappa says if you see it in the sun its so. Wishing you a merry Christ bicycle I must and stop a now football and study. Xmas. Your friend i The Cynic I II

wrist watch and some candy and Please tell me the truthis mas. I
Yours truly, Uenfroe.
\
I 1lIhl.nell
Your little friend
Homo applet there a Santa Claus: J. C. Wynn
Pearl (KuiilerHon. Dories Emma Strickland H
Virginia O'Hanlon] e Lake Butler, Fla. I SpeaksI!
115 West Ninety'Fifth street. I
Brooker, Fla. IJrooker, Fla. Dec 8, 1927.

New Nov.River, 1927 Flu. And here is the answer Church sent to Virginia: Dec. 2, 1927 Dec. 2, 1927. Dear Santa- 1-__ ___ __ ____ _
29. Virginia, your little friends are wrong. They have been I want you to bring me a box Dear Santa Claus- Guess you have Already started
Dear' Santa Calus- nlco affected by the skepticism of a skeptical age. They do not believe of water colors, a doll, a ribbon We' Perry and Eva Fay, want I from the North ijole to the "Dear' One holiday passes and another
Will you pleace bring me a t'omes--but the indigestion lasts
pocket knife, and a nice mouth except they see. They think nothing can be which is not com- lie and a pair of socks for Christ you to bring us a number of thingsfor old Lund of Sunshine," and I sure all week!

harp.! prehensible by their little minds. All minds, Virginia, whether mas.I Xmas. I, Perry, want you to 1 hope you arrive safe on time, for eee

Yours, they'' be men's or children's, are little. In this great universe of am ten years of age and In the brings me Hume toy balloons, a I am expecting a Merry Christmas ,
I sixth grade at school Goodbye until little wagon and a large play bull.! : and nou-arrlval Is all that The lonely bachelor) pities himself -
William Harry. ours man is a mere insect, an ant, in his intellect, as compared with doll little your that he has no woman to
Christmas. Evil Fay wants a a If
from having one. '
the boundless world about him, as measured by the intelligence Your friend wagon and we both want some can- I will keep me arrive time I will ; brighten his life at this the
do not on
New River Fla. capable of grasping the whole of truth and knowledge. Yes, Vera Oalney. dy, fruit and nuts. We ore two you never forgive you-until next Yuletide Season-and the married

Nov.30, 1927. Virginia there is a Santa Claus. He exists as certainly as love, (Eva Fay) and four (Perry) years Christmas.I I' man hides his tears and pretendshe

Pear Santa Claus- generosity and devotion exist, and you know that they abound Hampton Fla. old. We hope to see you Christ- will be sure to have the' tree Is huppy. while he ponders how

Will you please bring me a nice and give to your life its highest beauty and joy. Alas! how Dec. 4, 1927. mas Kve.; (Jooilbye until I then. 1 decorated, and will put the fire I he shall settle his wife's charge
pocket knife and a nice mouth world if there Santa Claus-it would I Your two children, account when It Is all over.
would be the
burnt
dreary were no :Dear Santa Iaus-: out early so you will not get ,
JIll!'!). be as dreary as if there were no Virginias. There would be no Elsie and Nellie are writing you Perry and Eva GaineyIndtuntnwn but> listen dear old Santa what do eee

Yours, childlike faith then, no romance to make tolerable this existence. what we want for Xmas. Please little children do that have not got Between a pair of silk hose anda

Joseph Barry.New We would have no enjoyment except in sense and sight. The I rlng l each of us a doll and a carriage Fla. a chimney for you to go down? diamond vanity case, there Is

eternal light with which childhood fills the world would be exI I and Leon wants a-hnlfe and Dec. Ii, 1927 You said that you wanted all the but one safe choice-between a
River, Fla. pound of chocolates and a box: oforchids
I a train. Dear Santa Claus-- children to tell you If they were
Nov. 23, 1927. tingui hed. Love to you and Mrs Santa. Don't forget we have moved this going' to school or not. I am 8 but one safe decisionfor -
Not believe in Santa Claus! You might as well not believe
Dear Santa Claim- verily, a little Christmas gift
Elsie and Nellie Keene. :year. We don't live nt Starke any years aid ond am going: to Brooker I
Just to lef you know that I am in fairies! You might get your papa to hire men to watch in all Box: IIP./ more; we are a way down here In I school My teacher's name Is Is a dangerous thing.

wrlllng you. the chimneys on Christmas eve to catch Santa Claus. but if they Miss Jones and we all like her. e e e

Santa, I am nine years old I did not see Santa Claus coming down, what would that prove? You are getting so many letters Let not your tongue slip Into

bave a sinter and two brothers. Nobody sees Santa Claus, but that is no hlgn that there is no k .-- -' that you do not have much, timeto false l promises and dangerous ad

Santa, I am In tho 3rd grade Santa Claus. The most real things in the world are those that read a long one no I will make : mission-at this weak minded sea-

Well I must stop for thin time be- neither children nor men can sec. Did you ever see fairies dancingon 11e K8"s3 a aA How to Play mine as short as I can, and now won. For every lone bachelor feels
cause It Is time for my class. 4 ; what I want himself but not
for
the lawn Of course not but that's no proof that they are I! will tell you sorry ; erery
Your little frloltll.1I1a7.1'1 all wonders Most of all I want a great big day of married life is ChrlHtmns!
conceive the
Turner; riot there. Nobody can or imagine :
xlIw4rdyBRIDGE: blue-eyed, curley-headed doll that And the folly of December means
and unseeable in the world. You tear apart
tJiere are unseen may A
toes to Bleep and says "mama. walking the plank In June.
Dear Santa- me baby's rattle, but there is a veil covering the unseen world )ed for her to sleep on, and dear a

I am a little girl five years old. which not the strongest man, or even, the united strengthof \: )cries 193788 by old Santa please do not forget \'OIIt Palm Reach--T'nnoted

I am writing you lust to tell you all the strongest men that ever lived, could tear apart. Only the covers for we are having some timber bulkhead to proU-t OroiuHoulevnrd

what I want you to bring me. I faith fancy, poetry, love romance, can push aside the curtain and \ Wynne Ferguson cold nights In Florida now; a south of South Lake

want you to bring a baby doll and view and picture the supernal beauty and glory beyond. Is it all \ Author of "PRACTICAL AUCTION BR1DGU. trunk to put her clothes In, a'car- Worth Inlet bridge.

Rome candy and also Home apples real ? Ah Virginia, in all this world there is nothing else real a. -- -- -d: rlage; to push her In. a tea set Inverness-New wholesale plant
{ and a tea Bet and a little stove C'upytiuht i 1127. by Hoy I 1o. Jr. and table, and lots of candy and under construction on North Pine
and Santa I like little toddy bears, and abiding.
Street here tor Gulf Refining Com-
he lives and he lives for- ,"',t) .
No Santa Claus! Thank God fruit.My
and all the pretty) little things that
ARTIC.I.H :No. toIt'artl little 4-year old sIster said pany.
I
Santy Claus brings to little girls. I ever. A thousand years from now Virginia, nay ten times a .
Uy By for this time. thousand years from now he will continue to make glad the hearts Some of the; most difficult quest Ions I none
Jteula !Maud Drown. .af children. '.r f million arise when one side! has m.ale a.jlw l':, (r.J. 10, 9' 8. 5.3 ,
I a Lid of five or more and one of thc l"i.lm"" 'U -,nonehuJt.
---- opponents. \ has doubled. Shall the douh.I. .. 10.8,7,5.2
I'M leave in the double shall
Science of "Shoe Reading"' Reveals Your Foot ConditionsNo he rebid partner hiapwn suit If he dciideS! or to Hand No. :2 .

leave in the Double and it is his opening:
;irad., what suit shill he opcnr Shall he I-
open his own or his partner's diclarcduit I Y i
oitakc a chance on a suit that has 1'B : ONCEA
not been bid? S Z :

( Three are some of the puzzling qucsttuns ,
f " 1 that arise irciiicntly and '
very | C lubs 8 5 3
their. proper answering usually means a -fj, 6. ,
'rcr.-eml-jim difference. Here arc two Diamond.*- A, 7, 2
Spades 1 J, 10. 7. 3No
.'.t.' ) that illustrate! these points very ,
'..VklLlyt:
Hand No. I : score rubber came.; Z dealt anrpassed. -
.. A passed.! Y bid three spades.
1. I 'rts-13:>, 9, 7, 6. S. 2 It four hearts, Z (four spades, A five YEARI
r f s I t'' ,.jfl-.A.4: : Y : hearts and Y five spades.[ B then bid .
li l .Tionds-O, 7 : A B : six hearts and Z doubled. I
I :?:...di-s-9.6,3 s Z : If all passed what should Z open?I!,

sti I I ISdErGdr Should he open spades, his partner's;
: I Nn score: rubber pome. Z dealt and declared. suit, or should he open the
,>IJM.I: !. A passed and Y bid four clubs. club suit? Some players might even S
_ U l bid four hearts Z and A passed andY \ consider the ace of diamonds as a good
bid five clubs. If B doubled and Z opening in this hand. However the
ReEABED FijoM rJrGN> Fool (:rs 2 j H iw.MQSCLEf 4eisscd what should A dot Should he choice seems to be between the spade e
( SNQwrLEG IP6anEDs&D (' cave the double in or bid five hearts? and the club lead. The bidding indicates I '
e 77gs2Efrco: v,+BOO" re 86so This hand has been submitted to to a certainty that either A or B ,
acyen well-known players twoof whom has no spades so that a spade lead''' Our chef outdoes himself in preparing the
mid A should pas*a nd try defeat the would be trumped and thus enable B
\ I club bid. Three said A should take his to establish his side suit before Y-Z do Christmas dinner! Personally selectingthe
L txvx partner out of the double and bid five theirs. For this reason Z should not
ru-arti.. The remaining two said it was a open,spades. vegetables, the meats, the fish and the

t"-up. The varying npinions of these Z's only sound opening is the five of sweetmeats he has days in drawingup
players show theditheultyohuchhands. clubs. If he can establish one club trick spent

anti, how yit is to do the wrong thing. before he loses his ace of diamonds he a menu which in all our of service -
To the writer however it seems obligatory can defeat the contract That is the years

to bid five hearts with A'.hand. reason for the club opening. If Z's part- we have never seen equalled. Bringthe
The great number of hearts in his hand ner has no high clubs but has the kingof
makes it certain that B cannot take a diamonds / can lead diamonds later whole family in on Christmas day-
hick in that suits something he undoubtedly without loss;but if Z'*partner has high
is lounting on. A. of course clubs without the ace and Z doesn't and give them the treat of their lives!

J has one sure trick the ace of clubs but lead them they stand a chance to loaf
ec 'ixA ii. that trick no more than offsets. the loss if A-B have the diamond\ suit.
of' B'. expected heart tricks. For that As a matter of fact, the club lead wir!'>
reason, A should gure that Y-Z' will defeat the declaration by one trick. A
I ;i.,....+ +.,., ,. make live clubs and he should there- spade lead will just enable A-B to mate
1
lore, bid five heart There is a. good the contract-quite a difference. Be
chance to make the bid and thus win on the lookout for hands of this type Special
Two Human Feet game: and rubber) but even if it loses, and when the bid is five or more use
Alike IIO\Y TO TELL FOOT TROUBLES ACCORDING TO DR. WM M A-B will surely save game and rubber. your head both as to further biddingand
Dr. Scholl.
Says BCIIOLL FAMOUS: FOOT IIYOIEIISTII'hUlen..d counters due All in all A'*bid seems to be five heart. the proper lead.There la 1 no rule to
-- lu longitudinal arch weakness.. S-A result of weak foot shank of As matter of fact Y-Z can make five cover this situation. You have to uu
I the hoe worn down and out ot shape, breast of heel I worn down, sole clubs and A-B five hearts. Y,of course, the old bean and plenty of good judgment Christmas
NEW YORK-Pi om appearance putting oter-run counters. S-What a wenk foot and rotating ankle had a freak hand as follows; .
of> tb. shoes worn by thousands who doe 10 your shoe (I) spreading of upper across ball of hot< (t) flattening ....::..... "
pas down a busy city thorouuhfaie dawn of shank (3) spreading of camp over sole on outside, I ..:: -.:..&.:::- : Answer to Problem No. 12 .**.4; ..,
out defects In
It M possible to point ((4) enlarged: and rotating ankle Joint. "Uunover" heels' and enliireril .'
of their weepers, and y leant.t0,9,7mt"9r '
feet
the unseen ankle joint caused by great arch wenknexs. a-(1) Impractical ,.i_- -
'often to the predicate nature with ot those surprising detects accuracy patching' (2) cntlted, by melalnrsal and longitudinal arch weakness Clubs-Q Diamonds-A J. 6, J 4.-J : '_ .r DinnerThis
0-Crai-kta fole tells the shoe render that the lonRlluillnnl arch nil
i'. ;;;-
d ..1.nt'l''d.11 by Spade-none
rsil was mon
broken down. mining the foot to elongate everting. a forward pressurebn :tam
Hearts
H. Wm. M. Scholl ot Chicago, famous t -A ; ;; hearts-5,3,2
the side of the 101.F'ded beauty, slippers like these. artrnuiMMl
> the human foot, who upper Clubs-9.8 Y : .:! Clubs-7
[ horlty on by an exaggerated height of heel. ; metatarsal arch il./t f
Diamond
D 10
'< 1erts Diamonds-Q,8,6,5,2 A I -
_ently pointed out to a group t> ,
Million und anterior metalnrKiil arch weaknesses are w.II..n..1 i isee '
..* defects In the feet ot the pass- Spades- none s Z t ;.....:;; Spades -9, 7, J

crowd. o
q It's usually quite plain." he said Hearta-, Q, J. 8 ''I' dinner will be served from 12
noon
him walk In the crowd. The arch arch supports Individually adjustedto Club-none ,
rbe weight ot the Body passingifantagh of the shoe Is broken and the elastic the toot. Diamonds-I',7 "

through a a defective foot which foot and reveal often lu springy gilt provided by the delicate Perfect, Feet Are Rare Spade -8, 6 on. We won't tell you what it will offer,
great arch ot the human toot Is not
nabnes only I when pressure Is t Imputed apparent."As "Not on per cent of the people Spades are trump and Z i ie in the lead. make is the nine of spade At trick

upon it. will result in abnormalities a rule the active, high-step have two comparatively human feet perfect alike aver end.' low can Y-Z win six of the eight tricks three however B could have prevented but you'll gasp with delight as each dish is
no are or
In the shoe uneven wear.
against weak defense How A-B this result by discarding heart :!:
a can a
ping, alert race of the world are apt .
Both this reason It I* not possible ue should
ttrrtcblng of the leather or
that make three tricks should discard heart. Y
,
a high
play so thecan)/ before
to have high arched feet The savage placed
"On any Busy street In this coun- store the bone of the arch to n n al you.MAGNOLIA.
of the Congo for Instance, showsat irrespective of Y-Z's play? Z should lead another club and this) lead ofdubs
hundred. ot men. position by shoes which are ma :30
tr can see
you feet. lead the seven of diamonds and play B should trump With the deuce of
tornen. and children with tell-tale I last In standardized form ?> arm* the jack of diamond from V'e hana. I Badcs, which Z should over-trump. Z
evidence of toot troubles, women "Ah Here come a woman with andvanccci I ued Dr Scholl. "When the anxipa' Y should now lead the queen of clubs then should lead his top heart .* before -'
cpcclnlly with turned heels crooked case of weak arches" e. Inward and we have marked na>
on which Z should discard: the king of ,losing to A's ace. When A leads a
counter. Bent-down shanks ol the claimed Ui Scholl to the writer as tlon. you can look for run-ovn IM-IS.. diamond Y should now lead the jack low diamond however. B should dis>'
iho. wrinkled and creased vamps we trolled song Fifth Avenue "Note crooked counter, and twlateo ui u r.. of club. If B makes the mistake of cord his last heart Y must now lead a
-rldened and protruding Bunion Joint bow the uppers of the shoe are spread When a part of the foot I* sensitive. to trumping this trick. Y-Z can win all of heart which B should trump with bio 1!
end crooked and worn down heels across the call of the foot bow the pressure people seek to relieve the pain the-remaining trick except two. Suppose seven of *p des. and Z cannot over
| "The trouble u not a shoe trouble shank Is flattened down and bow the by placing the weight elsewhere 3D I B trump with the deuce of spade trump*hi Mill has on mars hart B
out a definite foot trouble which vamp spreads over the sole on the the foot This result In the uneven i Z!: should over-trump and lead the king must also snake hi*Din ot spades and CAFEs
'.sometimes I* due to weakness or or- outside 4 weak or fallen arch will : distribution of the weight ana net, of heart which A must win." A must tberelore win three of UM eight tricks. \It
Iganle disease, but more often to distort tin shoe. When the fool ,part of the shoe on which the mjs .then lead a nQad.mmp Y (day* the ace I
_. -qt to*.,'OQC:. aazmniMd DI truoture nee become thus weakened weight fall will Iniffar greater '**** '
4 ->;-.. ,. ..... JI.: ... e(I1Mdy tbto praUKB era.f.Iyr a k:!" *
ecboll."Ton 'vna' 'ordinarily tell-a the arch be restored to Ito into 'the "
can normal on coming contact with tu ne only (sick that B_ then vsryid.trncuve. -
I man with fiat toot as far as you can contour by surgical plate or ground" ? s 5 s s s s s s s 5 5 s s 5 s?s s s s]s s's s s s s sass s s


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FRIDAY DECEMBER 10 1087 m_______ ---. .----:..---- -

--- his strength In the-- field- -, his- skllla r------- Through Gift Aisles II

I the) corral J How soon his mother -
Just /T Christmas found she hud no boy at al.
but two grown men. In her hous MA>lnnrs ;; in or subdued colorings
when the and styles- gay
You butt
KnowBY for cigarette! lighter-
Robert Stead hold I IAnd then that sad sad nlgli 1 rlruSr syS Happy ', a gift/'. lint top is lifted, there Is a removablelipstick and hubby will not need f

when Dave his father, had! beei the streets had plan-, a bit of dainty rouge, powder to pretend to receive It with great
brought manta by neighbors who till?J strange |! be one dol-,I and a mirror. The case maybe rejoll'lnK-hls appreciation will be I
found him In the road Just at the changed I l had In sterling! silver white real and his Christmas happinesswill
crossing of the creek. In the lowe bright eager | I silver plated, and bo completed.For ,
VltTIN:- jabbed his knll[ end of the farm It was. No one : the children the smoker, there are Innu-
L d Into the block, fold be In elimi- I. the various reptilian skins.For I
knew how It happened but all eurposed the gingerly IInd than usual? merable novel conceptions to
from his wagoas apron selection tint \,'U(
be had slipped S it into tine his heart. And you will find
jammed n What warm
be lurched on the prairie trail f' )1 lovelier, Au umbrella that tho wife, for
1 all ready
f brand
r with wood from per l !In file back roonHe Can't you his favorite .
It was piled high '-=_M sweetheart, sister or girl filend Christmas \ +
I hlKhed."llj a gay
wrapping-In
the valley; perhaps he hud beei It's .. -to Is. of the
receive
be to
I've will glad
brat time '
down to steady the load Holly 1 The box.
clambering It lurched and slipped unde' had even to think I Dread 'em Santa Claus rightfully! short, stubby variety with a beautifully To Women's Heart
as saint of our of In- .
the great rear wheel. There wnll every year Tomorrow's Chrlsl carved dog head for a handle Then for the more Intimate tern-
i .
frost In the earth nnd a little snov little" lie shrugged/, deprecntlngljSomething ; waiting at the 1' dooms to Other pretty) umbrellas have (nine gift, you will find a host of
on It; she remembered there wa_ ::' about the drooping hall derland" to ) youthful more dignified handles for those lovely lingerie to delight the heart

still snow on his face wh they,; sneer of Ills mouth was pulhetlc. friends No me of a more serious turn of mind.For of both the donor and the recipient
A brlndle and white mungrt' are happy! acro
laid him In the room.
I tlioso who like books, you nothing Is so universally -
Dave had stood by her for twi paused for a moment In his excite And the I If one For
years but his Infatuation for the search for scraps, eyed his compau would be number of will thud a wide range of titles and acceptable to women I
hansom girl hnd been his undoIng ion quizzically, and returned rest I It, thin I authors Including all the newest Many of the stores have arranged -
They would have, nothing ot lutely to his snimng.- remain cross '' fiction, old masters aid old favor- their wares---on tables according -
the farm after that. David coW "Turkejs and dinks and. chickens veritable I' equally foi UI'"I| It('K. Nothing makes a more pleasing to price so if you have decided -
'P. u. I earn big wages In a distant city 's till they think of. Now- IInd( Christmas IIlxteeoth."I.i t gift. to spend say two dollars for
gliding' th. working I In on nutomoblle factory I then bacon or ham. I used to think stocked to (' toys Include will all need do Is. locate
sun nas A Rift that any man nppre- a gift- you
bouts, !
H.klell.I I where there were no cows to mill C'lirHtmns: .vas different. gifts for all tops merchandise.
'. of the I
StS useful carrying
because It Is as the table
cliiteBrut
down"Even bls I and tdedfl, will
[TItfl It glided them this' nnd no chores to do( after blewxee el4r''esyidrrmel' rolled unusual I well ornameiitak--nnd nc>condlybecause There you find Eve! A line So' they had gone. She had ,(I for his coat. useful---otlll I the girls as I that can be had
bitterness deepened I 't ho ban always wantedto the best
his
II gold and south blocking then do?-and had settled down to her "with everything. Fifteen nether own oneIs a dressing gown. for the money.It .
ont against the champagne sky farm and her memories. pound turkey I Lord 1 I won like huge crumpled musses of put\ For some time glowing letter what she'd think If she knew how' are surface, a Ion- In a variety of materials I tlme-sav,r-for busy' shoppers. C
Is
pie cardboard. Great fan-shaped came back from<< David nnd from I feel. More than likely doesn'tknow one year .

:shafts of light were piercing the his wife whom Mrs. Derrlt sill I'm alive, and me falling: an -- ..... ... -..... .mAIItlIIIn111Nllllllle"
heavens, touching to bursts of color thought of as! the ICnnsom girl. Silo( over myself to save best cuts toIler ititnoKKU: : ..
every tattered remnant of cloud held no spite, did Mrs.' Derrlt but I oh well, come on. Spud I" '
.But below the shadows were net If It hadn't been for the Itnnson Spud< crunched a meat scrap re- I

tIIng- on the foothills and In the valleys girl-I" Then after a while the luct ntly. 1
It was almost dark. letters fell off until! they almosl "All rlRlit. Finish that. Ni Guess you
: Almost dark, too It was In the stopped. It was two months now harry" Martin strolled to the window the Drooker
,heart of little !Mrs. Derrlt. For since she had heard from David and! gazed out at the other far season Is In;; MFG. CO.T .
three years she hnd worked) the Not even a letter for Christmas I I tlve shop displays.. "Christmas'i. such Is having
{farm alone, nnd each Christmas I'' Mrs. Derrlt arose and went tc just a dny people take off to ellt
seemed a little darker than the one ,her window. The moon was now and give> presents In, and If yaldon't The boys of !
and room outthere's .
know anybody
before. She nas beginning to wonder t
If it la true that time heals all nothing lo It." are preparing
--
sores. It was fire years now since "One thing Spud MartlD'svoice '! lull game .
Dave had died. ,and three since brightened. Spud, wagged t I a I" volley ball. ,".' J70N llanu-U lliiildhiK. I'lmim :il-MOO

David left the farm and the responsive tall without looking up teaching us
,young Plant mod Yiirilxt IH'imln M!<'<<. Phone .VNOOII
ache seemed heavier than ever. "In two months. we'll have the says Its lots
Mm. Derrlt rose from the rocker mortgage paid off this joint! Gad ball. 1 ,

where she had been sitting beside /

her kitchen stove The gloaming I I We the ell/'. LUMBER
had swallowed up the walls; her girls would
r
few cheap pictures had faded Into r
sdglit' only a stray flicker from a basketball l'iVlck
; team In Sheathing Flooring KlnNIi. hooting shingles Laths Limp,
tile) fire glinted on the cream separator

Ia the corner of<< the room.JtThe ,. holidays. flouter Decors, Windows. Asphalt Shingles Asbestos Shingles
Teased the floor and with a We girls
4 taaabllng In the darkness,, much on the CAN DKLIVKK; : UIKKOT TO vorit JOB J.\CKHO.NVILLK .'1\.
d fee match-box on the wall

en IIIe i Minted her lamp and set It'I/ pull getting started the December Penney the ,, ," "',",'" aomonnnmmmrmmmimimamtrnmmmmmm' ," ,"" "mrmnm0.mmimmemimnrmmlimmmummmmrnmaininnmimrmruonmermmimomw' ''''''''', '''' ,, , n
: er file kitchen: table. One most into ba.lnew.* Ten long. long
CJII w Christmas ave month t. save two hundred dol-l ltars. .-
.... tile'hired man had .
.* would not have been quite OutaM a light; snow was fall -
.... teat: he had done his chores! Ing. Let shoppers. hurrying along,
__ .-c2 left for the dance InlWiIdtIII laden .with bundles, scarcely ,\
settlement aeroas the at the. tall philosopher .
glanced! young insist' on the improved
Wy !twill pay you to -<
Olson MrsDerrit'e
Her. was who, followed by a heterogeneous
reel without which the farm Tan-Am motor oil. This tougher oil re
Lcttt: dog) strolled homeward y' >;
..1Id: w.sd. << have been Impossible. Th Winding Road Along Which The excluding' gayety of Christmas yma talus ,its body in spite' of engine heat and
jpe was a bachelor living In a lean- They Brought Him. Eve laughter and brlg..t.ly Itghtei friction protecting cylinder wall and I

To ttrartde the machinery shed and houses Intensified Martin's Innell bearing effectively. { },, ,
'coming t8 t the house only for his up flooding the great shoulders and ness. He passed the house where /uwl.\. ". ?"
''ml'ftlll. which he ate for the most sides of the valley with light justas she lived and strained his eyes fora ,
part. In silence It had done that night when glimpse of her. In fancy he -
Mrs. Derrlt placed food on her they brought Dnve home to her told her about Spud the market [
kitchen table and sat down before with the little patch of snow still and even hinted of his love for her 1'I
'It. Her meal was frugal, not so on his cheek. There was. snow From much from necessity as from weariness. tonight too just n light sifting of of children caroled "Silent Night "
She ate nnd drank mechanically It as there hud been 'then. Martin mulled bitterly He, too, I
(\ then arose, washed her few It would be cold and< frozen down bud believed. that story of the birthof 0" 1GAO
'dishes' and put them away wiped bythe creek. For a while she had a Christ child, onc-e. A "prof
her table and spread n colored cloth avoided the spot but afterwards It nt college had refuted It. Too
'upon It. The light from the lamp had a fascination for her. Often ,
,fell gently on Its patterns She on moonlight nights she bud walked, bIll pretty story. yk 1
She bad come; to the window
WI
drew the roc'Iter to the table and that far. She wondered It Have
to listen. How lovely she-
lent down. The little clock on the her Dave-knew? Perhaps. Who now .e 1
shelf said only nix o'clock. It could say that even tonight this I U-nJ.I /
The carol had broken off Into terrified
'was three hours until bedtime, and Chlstmaa Eve he was watching, I a'u-
scrt>UI1lIl. A car sped away.
who could say how long until waiting somewhere, wondering It Martin found frightened, children
morning' ? she still remembered? Remember? /o- *"
Rhlverlng the writhing, form I /
over
Her little hnnds found work too Aye for ever and l, ever I _
t>f a I>oy. Martin carried him to I y SOl/y
-mending! for Olson. Fora' while She drew on 'shawl.' It could o
was the fellow who
the light It /
Pan-Am Gaioline< clean
tier needle darted hack and, forth I j
not be so very cold the night was 1 bought/: bit of liver and now and ,
trailing a little thread of silver so bright the moonlight so soft then hone. gasoline-carefully proc'
'light In the glow from the lamp; ngalnst the edge of the hills. The The a girl scrawny must have soup seen! the ac- eased and purified to '." ti 5 I

then presently work and needle door creaked as she opened it; i (L'ldent for she came out and was make it*o.This clean fuel, Otb
'rested In be lap. For was not this there was frost on the hinges, bur I
I la.ilng that she had called an amHilnnce. meant added mile to the
Chrlstmus l Eve? And, down through her heart was warm ; she was going
both rode through
.'memory came a procession of these to do her vigil for Dave. Down I the crunching They snow to the hospital fallen. Get it at the familiar 7L I
gracious anniversaries marking the winding road she went ; the mil waited silently cre colored !
the birth of the Child, an. snored road along which they had, brought "Xot; us bail, us we hud icnred" Pan-Am pump I
.to children, everywhere In Christen- him home. How warm It was Or announced.' "Sad ,
he doctor finally
'
'doni. In moment or two Mrs. \ I
a '
was It cold Cold und wnrmth are jane, though. Little fellow Is t
Derrlt wag no longer seated In her BO much alike. How the rood. noanlnir now nliout who'll take

little cabin In the vast .oothlll stretched on mid on I It never bad (are of his mother. Rent not pall I.
valley, but was back In that home seemed, so fur. And the moon- he savt. !Seems: he's been earn-

why was the moon growing: dark ng all they've lint). When I told Never .-
1II when It had not yet reached the him he IIIlltht hf here three months before
Kcnlth And what made It
sway
well, I never saw n kid so down-
I' ill like that iparted.,!
Ah there was the spot, the! very Martin hesltnted. "I've got two
pot; She sat down on the ground. ninilreil dollars," he heard him- r
This was where they found him ..pl." Bn'hl"If/ that would to the to
Her[ hands touched the snow butt kid[ and his mother." lie had a so important buy
was not cold.. Nothing- was cold I .
Ml was warm Rut tIll moon hadgone <1 ,
; out Why had the moon gone
nut? Ah, there he was!
Dave! She felt his. firms about her;
the felt the. kisses on her lips. CLEAN GASOLINE ;H 1

There"IS snow on Ills check I r I


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"Don't you know me, mother I leetlng desperate picture of anther .
Don't you know me?" he was say- ten months of saving and .TOUGHER OIL
ng, as she opened her eyes. She I tailing off the second. mortgage.He : "J
vas In her room, there wns no walked home with the girl .
Ipubt about that Yea It was her I ler name was Mary. A regular I
Then Presently Work and Needle oom ; through, the open door she (,'hrNtnins name be said. She II I
Rested In Her Lap. {i could see the cream iapnrator In I mlled., TODAY'S motors achieve their smoother pump. No wonder it keeps your motor +r) e''S
the kitchen. But who was that wotnm "That was a beautiful thing todo. .1
down East where little David
first entered her those life. 1 1 What What Christmas lunghjter girl I And whnt wits. she carrying/ ? I Did you notice the pence and hnp- greater demands than ever before on fuel 1 i .j{
I Eves; were ::;She{ was bringing, It to her;' why Iness In the little fellow's face TOUGHER oilThe '
and, shrieks of delight when vas she bringing it to her And fter the doctor had told him? Mr. and lubricating oil. Their hig1er! speed develops i : ,

I IBIg Dave, her husband, with. his David, kneeling beside her bed? )lowman 1-" she hesitated. "I scorching heat that soon breaks ,
fur coat and the red sash improved Pan-Am oil is
I Brent motor
"We brought yon another little on't suppose you'd care to but 1we'd espe
hat-lug I'' ">nvld, for Christmas, mother" the like'! to have you eat Christ- down old-fashioned oils. And higher;: compressions dally refined from paraffin-base crudes to f
Ransom girl was saying and before mns dinner with us. I went up demand carbon-free cylinders.
t |i able to accommodate his bulky :Mrs. .Derrtt'knew It a little Ui afternoon to ask you but yon stand up under greater heat and friction. It is

form to of the Santa chimney Claus after I What the feast-tradition face was pressed against hers, and were entirely" too busy to notice m.aod -- To meet these new conditions Pan-Am tougher; adhering cylinder walls and bear I r
suddenly her hard cheeks were
dry -
I Inc and fun and of after little what David hours ref "00"1<1. David." she cried. "Too busy to notice you I I- Mar offers you two better motor products- ings effectively. Extra-long life cuts the cost I ...
had grown tired play Tour grandpa's David I" tla gasped "I thought you'd never
husband of this tougher oil below that ;
Unking
CLEAN
of domestic rapture Rig David's hand was In hers. noticed me!I" gasoline I
sad wlfel I It all seemed now "You found me on the road Da- Spud bad been waiting. HI* The ,CUN of doubtful kinds. 1
I so strange and unreal as thoughIt vld1" she asked after a while. copy, accusation as he arose from eztra-careful Pan-Am refining G ,

bad been. part of some previouslacar.atloa. "Yes" he answered gently "Just the doorstep was scarcely' noticed.. process removes the car-. Both of these better motor prod.. ; : .,
-Just where-It happened" Tbe song of the little Injured car-
Down tile years came memory. bon-forming elements and ucts Pan-Am deal.
Her eyes were big and bright oler was running through Martin's corrosives i
David was sometimes now a health, bat lad. Trou-never "1 I knew he would come" she aald. mInd and replacing! a cynical found in many gasolines, a a ers everywhere Look for the ,:y
Me
oiae. But I ''didn't know he would bringon htlosopby.,. .
bad; just overflowing with that )" and wee David and-and the "It was a silent night like this," as well as dirt and sediment. familiar cream-colored Pan-
borUtmEM which no mother quite Hansom glrlP- he said. Thoughtfully be looked Notice how reliable
crystal-clear it is Am It marks
would a
understands and none ever "'Veil, here we are." the Ranom op, In the east, one star seemed< pump.
relinquish. girl rejoined. "The city Is all inter! than the others next time you see a Pan-Am. place to trade.
Then the breaking of the old right for a while but when. a man (A.. Ill?. Wwt r. Nr..p.c.r U.I_) .
'home ties and the plunge Into the
bas a wife and a family It's back ':
great West Young Dave bad to the farm We were keeping It I

taken: to the new land even more How a secret from yon. Just for-Just for Pan e/4itnerican Petroleum J .,
readily than did his father. ftrlstmsa.. yon know: !! Corporation
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iportferes fur the parlor ortli "

';",Y -, '. DO \ OUR SHAREIN. MAKING.lI1\Ir.y: .,lhenrt I! j,an t.e)I,, '. t!! :' ; \, 1/1 kill-id Jil'jft 4s ii wnbnv7tr7 9lf'/.n at ml.dignOte' hnr 4d.!ell, 2111.1M D i \J 11

? U :J _v. ..4-- r d : : :: : ,. ;j "" u_ ,:t.-\- -< '.. of- { siton % : i iWiV'>i:
\ .Jt In' well to keep I In mind when\ sheer crepe : ; :
(lly EMMA: FLU WILSON; )
ices {fights that\ (they maybe a.; !
'I f Y\, J\t ('hristmiul. I' "y, sad M take (lined! liHIrdlf\III> ; i e
made for connection to the perfume., ,
::: Xmas Notesnht4iff'tiHniti4WttilHm arc :
"f!, j I" rlMHi, lio.ubn<'Ui'riuL or for conucftlon. to gift for \ E ,, ,' : I/ I u 4 ,, d .r J i v.-ti
,* lj\tf! C, ll'lhl IHItH' .'..IIW... Illlt ,gnat '/ : batteries, nud the 1>lpne. I ', n 1/ti' "" f/H ,&. %
dry or storage i :
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u> I I a > -iir.b L,1tm Musa'' o,,e'ao' !' ..', ''''' '"<'n''"' ll t*- -
M various wired differently "
kinds lira )ft you ; t <
'{ hundred, :J'lulilu yiMirH Km.w( ngu:'ro, by written flu alraont 1 four Clirlsluian I Ircos are now being unit' iii .livt1. rrfiiumm11'-\ imtii.' try Cllt ,, !I t I /r.F/ RI A9leJnr, 0Y,

JHI1119U U pool. Tliuman 1'IIKRer. ci'H'lirntod out, of doocs uu vojl$ UHIndoors. If candluH' / uru used, It would bewpll black patent ] ; ,
I la keep a flrn extinguisher or glpvCtIr; ( ; : 1 d' ,u e1 --roil nil a, ., .
vIAnd t'a n't you picture the CUrlutiinlobratluii / .
of 111101. dIL.UHI lint whether your Christmas u null of water ready for Imnmd- Initialed '/)y \\ : t. ., .
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lawn brie! unit In case the tree catahesIre. axes have ( l ( 1(1 i., ,
i\Llprmouil :yolodnYbrought, ,, ) iuIo4UM' \trro stands/ lighted: on your '
p. >gruat hull frvm |lho -J/vuptt: /, U or rotiilvely tinder'ynor' own r..f.It (ji kick hosiery, : : ,,
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artjl warmth and light tho wrcnjlioCbrlHtmna must lie decorated for your favor' ; eryr, aiGoodyear Tire's thath! >ave
Y "f holllIIloI1.IIIU'"t/lW"( ) Hiifcty iifl well/ as for beauty. It In his "Art of HlmplliiK"! Cole Aud,1wtt; ( :, jJ l / ,
caadine: ., alight. ,niuslrg6ralulp'yx' / It diiiibtfnl whether any: single, observes "!1C (one hangs mistletoe/ //etl"" :\!!, : ) thisgtwjeestatiot, >,figliaranteedwe; ,perstn-

perry, fetiNngiet,,{ the/; rough bLb\ nei'iu-y hag canned( more files darn abuut, the neck: tin witches can timbrellus';, \" ( : ; :IailyJguarantee'thet service and the company'''
Hunt, tulilo! und, vkliliMiTjho) <8lAr I Christmas trees, nut there Is HOIIIPlliirtl have ://11)i power orer him." Some Writing Rein usl'tJpi.: CftpWi:? 'Vvhat Mat mveans-\'Just.
loll, /hpirlt t ur /RitwiX llowHltlp and\ I A' 1 vH'nM'n, f'h'1A' ( alsf( ,clory lingering. 8UII'tHlltl"n'en1alnl iu milieu to 111 '' ( '' f) i '
the tarred/ JiilurprrUl.luii. pot upon shout them that 'no one feels like the present day, !and In many i ii'nd 'Iwf! > "' : ( '' thfsj, !Whether vou'iyethesetlres to a friend

.. the wordH J""iVVviire, wn Binl) Oood giving''' them. UI)' or dfipoHlnK their hoimnS a liuiKli of mlKtletoo/ Is nunpviiilud An for"ybi : : : ;tpybii, elf'the-owner-isin fottSa tth -
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1 :.t.:11I: In .Ml'1.L I" I I 1''"('. '' from the celling) under Mills"" ; l :
-M'rhiul',81> l>.irlt 1 ln.nul. ,,,IBMH In ovltlunort The ''practice decorating withcnndles whlr.li the male part of the assembly pitHy" no'.t> \ ;' \ i )usnnd < of1'niilea l' 'of real driving-joy : no

lolnyiui l ,tiU|) | C4irKtmH4t4r. | and lighting these! 'In order hav the. privilege of taking HIM'" tl S/ 1 I k1 ,S it t ,,Ito Wmv-outs. a'a .''iu r-, -
In itILloaeof Jin'.iaudiloYi' :, >,4ji! I lu beautify the tree was the main the ladies and euluting them. /with. matter. 'If ? -H ,1 / 'It I .
elifUnicu'in.pycar, .ixunvn {/the OPIM! ;T4uaity 1 source of danger. Slnoe eli'i-lrlc u klus. k'Oh,, I ', | > I vrolhInIn
burn I I4I1b' the' time should ''Irr/' 'n"- ( ) / I /-'ill. ". / ? '{ .(em. ltd') jtloal
to: fnvU' l 1'rMII. to" bo! lights: have been available--PHprrlally I At name they { i del t I'd(i -m"a I In <
., No mailer !bow weary.Jiow I IlIeUI'tlnler..d. I In ronvenlont III'U for wish I them a MerryChrlsfmaW' n'nd yorr'fc..t' ''>Ie;! I I! l : ; : : II I i')00.' I'IJ n xral; -- --- -, I- '4I tU i i M. ;;$ In k I. ,
'' l beKrl 1 gift!' ? \ I H o-wo'i I b'Iltlan is ,UI dI i' ,> old liii bnrliji
haw iiiirmwiutnf\ f'lirlHtimiH tniAH' lie I danger nf lire present them 'with 'on1 of'thd' 1nlfyour 1 : ( ,
.. li ll'rl. .. for luck a tlrlr t"td l '!'n4tt-Ili, i I"' '.MI .ii/I ""nnnlf, cl t ll If
shriveled or how uKnwixo; < i>spIxTfinie bus been" practically ellmhlt s good ,,
.... .. .. hRhRlt ht. \ pui ''dq' ',1,1'1' '" ,n'1 It.' '( b' in'' k '
lu the twelve monthspurduitltpGfat4mwY ney
have" --- -- r> ITI 'III! 'ii!
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"i fl1uv'' ( r alter (/ n II 1u "
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uan..-ills..chunco.comes nt ClirlBt- GET OFF THE BEATEN : I ': ;:, 1:' \ { \ .' t liln JhTlllilA inoun 1 "i.' ii to* S 71101I
,,mae for all of us to become new II" : : \. ) ; 1 .thvjU s u. b b 'II' h" i 6717110',
;'men and women. The ]pupils ) ) a | ( ;, aim: 51 n'n/ I ','< I II gill
Selfish gain_mny"dom1natnourjllves > r -- science ', I wlld-w i, i . f/,> -r e.ven'< month and two ; : PATHr.MR.rMANf I science \ : : I '{'",' I u Tl 6,91.1' X61 aw
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|weeisbiit the fortnight before'Christmas'at "'' 1'' '\" b' .AH" .... >. : ""fhe-i" ha ( ... ; '' Blltll 1 1)7(11.,, IIh(1
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ivit: z "n..t ; ri.-vV' xynriitTsnai .
"-: : *! eb i 'Yefy"bn' l: , ,t'-k' ,da ii
least un.8cVtei'* ass 1\\. 'tt &&b.trraUnd U f jnfiMild bei the trlunyhiirt,' :"It:lTI; l"itfUi;, }, :( ;:.t ((1ab 'itt' / ; f' gyltPoselbly wean trtore'! :: :\ '' !I II'snnl, 1 '' /1 u ,J'p 4J.#s4J/ I 7 411II '
(The king of thff'.C irl.tauts;: L; > ervnttrfi.ea.mA:''tmarh : /Ap m.,. aueetics.F! (f<\IJ4j !! \ : aaw ilU! ti n :' (t tSi
[ ori4.l 8;the child. : ,< '' 'j few'"timelyhints, I : to >"tles.Pny'JittenHon EjV\rYl\, ,000 1 : : .
ail' record? of the''past fen year" : ,,otUJp..., I" ) ;
bapptor ire would ,
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lIow: uch: he overngo, Chrlatmas glftiicost r f, '.JI..w'' ClIlIO'- ing,,ntest"' : :
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Abe if we fitnl4.Rvtuipspirit \ bl8' ardree ba' week |.We :; /
ou.tQ. Oaact. four "
and give of fill 1 Wvc-nl! i ii"nlirlstinuH- aMuc..J.lvlulfl1I donuts and forty-five cenlii'The \ -.. : ; 1\r.\ Rlft-glverl! one ,passed : \ : !

Btlntlngly! amount arrived, at Is meantto When you start canting about for ln4i:'\. ) : : ,; ,,, ,
'" his Into ; i:
The child puts heart cover both sexes IIDdlhereln 1 ,. ,
I' therefore he lakes 1 .,
ChrlHtmas and
s lies a fallacy, Decause by our (
heart full of love with him when
'''S d own obsejvn iont4t would i' prkiiiMn
the day Is done.Chrlstrnas thljittgy: I In. the tlmo to rennemper :
; ; 'II' narf.Ytd !tine wnmani 1':a'I QJ il-mri
all the big and little\ klndhoy "
for glft in facffbllicr; the manwoniiin s

t which, IhroIlRItWtft.ll.J have linen) till bestowed II 1'1,1., upon nil M1'ndJl; i $3.3O..NunlN.eiblrl'lnvnPamt1tBdfe l puwi'IYLkuPR'( '. .JA.,,!!14! \ t I III #

your teen nliprtrl9,T ;il//I rS! '!i1I. \:. ( ."gPMerouqtlift I '
> with an PXII"IIHIVO ( (
"rcwitlmoinher or' wIiii.d, Ji"III'n; studio- 1! ,lfffj1J1t91)f'P.H\: \ IbfI 1;
ler s toppi'rs.
It wllh love. With this ,J''''' ,,, l''irloii, Male t
'!!"HIIYi'rt-' hynllY.d."lr..for. -(ll !- JSomehow; the poor benighted! i I year's PriceXJrfen
male Is utterlY'aC" lose; as, to wliuf
pT i't'' <'lv Hnmnihlnir in
fcnwever. nr-Rlvi--iir wlnil Hi pi-nil. "Hn> '
... return, and/ It will ho far better to customary procedure for him Is
Mend I the Hlmplu ChrlHtnias greeting / -
to wander into a storo, furtively
; than' a showy Rift; that lacks
sneak around trying not to getIaNNttplfrNIY ; Duplicated
I the riirlHtmivvsiilr.lt' '' \i\I\V> W'nflP \ of active females 1 1n.l ,
For no mll : \ \ 10\,\ lj.fI f
\l\uLIJ, Jw', { ,orralled by Homi'one
.'(ll'a/ Il' 'WW'J"j' ttlO1'tI i +\" r '
you spend ,
than fl.fIltil.1'lll'tI'/ / \ / 'tt't1r ,wflbJatilAhtlnctive\ love for /help
c-iifh your Gnu .11"11 ututilrl. tlri i ,II\W\.leAAI-iiiHul\ ;! } IJE'lnKs. but
gift. taw routine questions, al 1 Its
.{ The rich happy by+Vtillo Vltboli'iK'HcrtH 'ttt-jV( I Quality
noon h1 r. Glft-glxof-'ftfiaH; ; hlms./It/ t
should not let this day
minus five-doIl"rs-rt J'* pass without making happier some ..tln1mtrtrize i 38-i\ud we ffl.t as x
|'i* of those for whom life has bee) Meet"A
>|*t1tf"e'his blank expression vAvfu u s w f # ? '"' :
!Mil" euay. You nep"t'DJ; the recipient Informs hln\thay) ie e"'r, > t '.$ '
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today to find Ajful. h1t yitli:sDirow, > Y d:. : ?'
shu'h'oHh'tbeen Never
that !
longing i-Vr nOid perhops an hates able pink to and get into a slko 3/ In 4 !!"* .' x.R3o>z. } ?.YRio .. ----,

outstretched I mttd. Don't Dave the past eight years, h Few/Will/f need wr.to Be told that tl il Is lii ///Our Gan ",
f that hand .,('mpltt :- .We shudder to think vf/ the of>cr ea fame..4nd the smiles arc t evidence ,' t I

or You woman will, find oldUVold\1 ashy son and>e''poor.Dou't roan. oC, divorces and n /rdera slut *die gsn i'a Introduction'ik to the Uuiyky' ..

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pass wltho\tputtjilK at least -- I 1 /
a moment's hrlihXnetjB Ijntg, the ----J'

tired faces' and tkA-dfeyitt..:;! Thklndnesri Motorists are learning that there is a big difference -

of the I Indlvlkluafc make I / in tires although they look
''1e1 Du pretty
life possible In avwcld that ,. to
hard for so many VlViVour sharp I ; .I much alike. Some are long on looks and short

-big or little-glvbiappln' ss to : S / quality and mileage. But you won't need a
If can-t' \ no:. oatwo, ,
'many at least. you \ P' : microscope to be sure that the Goodyear tire

And do not forget al you' wiu)'., ;;-- you get from us is a real buy. Goodyear mile-

will eat drink and I K**lnerT.Christ's) age tells the story.
that Christmas Is, after ; ci- ,
mass and It does not I IJ It dgdanr HToo: : \ ; -
Bering, folly gluttony; b ,ta.1l.o: H i ; ''''---.. !s'i' :iLrJ1
and beautiful thing! \

I Merry Then Christmas.yours will" be need "A t R 'S P 'H"J

Today, more than ever, more people, the world
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this custom of gtvtng gifts at
Christmas. And that Is-this custom
of glvlwtfts (' !!
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So far an n can ur, out 0 ,
whole lhlng""WTU I 'tau. .tr b _1 < r ew ,
couple of mnthcr-ln-luws.
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:I We don't just sell you a tire-we'll apply it
Last Christmas the l ho -carted
us Into his sanctum ui' said( ) .a a H D promptly, see that your rims are free from

4n "Well, you certainly workall ft I hal l rust, and that the tire is correctly inflated.
this year, and don'tnot rk ttnIng
appreciative.\ Now. h.H..S I Then after it is on and running we will inspectit

chuck for ftfti' il'Jl' ra. Aud i, "J ''JIJflOVi! oH .qmun. laihoorna ibfl/ at any time and apply conservation measuresto
youtJfUMaWd?
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year did this year. nll.1oI"A>, *!U/1 >[ lfl> tit I ?tnt AndI-tO)1Tly6fclJ: ( >\Ve; Have Yet to E help you get all the miles of service that the

nol factory has built into it. This kind of service

My out, he! looked hamUoil!} U lIrlal.1 1 IDUOT .5'J' L'nrJ I' : means tire dollars saved.;; We do it free for our
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lIrnl orIT i aJnoia! : n' G. 1 1nt.n customers. :/
:7 .Ii! 1 in "t.( bovoiqrnl
Ills oat clrtl /pur..l :) "Jrl-
"Uext oh; ruh.! tlAUWIMIp.fJlJJ: |.q( mml! bonHoi yllr.bmo '

11)20 1927, _I'')!,.tM li '\ttlallll! I 'I 11'11; : "',Gnu qu britil4' .ai'>b I i
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Tight? fi3ft\: { r Ofifc.1' ;}?) I 1 (:I ol pniiSflLiB ;tor\8\ iol I HI/\.n --- .

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Bquoaks wh lJoJI.Ir.h\a1JJ:>> 9 ill' t -r11xti)9); I I -_- .-
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"tiC"I WI( t,1 I tit) 1') ot i'ifl1)o in our Store during :
They teJ- tiVs IUUIH/ s'' eke '
on the chimney ...h..IMtmlllt.1.H.1'r;' [' j\tdlloh1() \Joe/ s! Supreme II

they hull HO ii ut'h I It'HII thiin Hlikl 1 Ih1orhotr--- -- .___._ __ _- _--__ I
lugs. -Loiqtul<'fmjiiitljIii ( ,)'>.. ,

.. ",bniA.nr.'I yd I d 916 eu:

Their t\ h.fj t"t'' -t I"kl.hr I I", Y,9V9: e1 Ph' Service StationNo.

they Bt"21)\'J'j, It'tu SlftifV'blaso 00:.rnff\( .1 vilircImuti Butler's'

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Well, lt'" u amaH 1'.1 :
all; and It takes u lot nf small PE'O'1] 1019 Where Friends
pie to fill It.
f | //1 Phone 83 Starke Fla.
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Gerald-Because steers don't I more or less than a fisherman, .NNNNNN..........: Wynn Eldth Mae Jones and Edn Miss Florence of Mason, Mass..
since In Stark lire spending the winter months la
ride horseback. (flsherwoman rather In Manning were shopping
School I f America women make more effort : HAMPTON J JlM : this week. Hampton.Mr. .

Bradford High Buster-Your tailor must be to be agreeable than men do.) Sitting .. Adn NI."..... (.'0)1'. .. Mrs. H. H. Harden of Jackson and Mrs. J. H. Steele of Tol-

I Ia bum; your clothes sure hang next to a stranger she won .Na aN.t'.4N..NN.d.N. vllle was the guest of Mrs. M. L land. Conn., are expected to arrive -
loose. ders which "fly" silo had better YVfittemm last Saturday and Sun In Hampton next month, together
Journal Allen-It Isn't the tailor's fault. choose to interest him. She otters Hampton, Dec 16.-I wish to with Mr. and Mrs. George

: I'm go tllrkllsh, he can't make the one topic: Not much of a nibble.So thank the /good people of Starke day.Mr. !May of Springfield' Mass.
and Hampton for kindness and and !Mrs. W. B. Alexanderand
right measurements. she tries another or perhaps a Mrs. Frank C. Gould and daughter
Editor-In-ChIef ___________________ WILLIAM DUNCAN third before he "rlsess" to the halt sympathy shown me during sickness 1 son. J. B. Alexander, and Miss Mrs. Helen G. May, afe expected ,
and death of beloved. Wilma Pearl Alexander were vIsit- e
Associate Editor ____________________ JOSEPH MALPAS Lost-Fountain pen by student Never tell a mldIUe-a ed woman especially do I thank my the faithful wife ing In Waldo last Sunday. to arrive here about Jan ,
'I half full. that twenty she was the let ,
years ago uary
Sports Editor ______________________ ELMER McMILLANJoke physicians Dr. K. L. Biggs and Elder J. P. Haner will preach at
prettiest woman In town or why
Hampton Lodge No. 129, F. & I IA.
Eldtor _______________________ JUNIOR McDONELL Scootla-I know why the turtle Is It, do you suppose, that young Dr. W. E. Mlddleton for using every the Christian church next Sunday M., elected the following of- .
beat the rabbit In a race.Qlze''cc wives always dislike their moth- means within their power to morning/ and evening.
_._ -.- prolong life and lessen pain. J I Edwin Prevatt and family havelocated cars Dec. Oth for the ensuing year: I
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W. M., V. B. Wheeler S. W..C. T.
Srootle It Ford that am thankful for the beautiful in the Wiley Jones cottage
was a
friends have The faults of commission are
"Well who would've thoughtIt. and think How many floral offerings' that Lawhorne J. W., W. H. Maxwell,
were Drought,
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turned turtle. on Church atre..t.JIlr.
Christmas holidays are here." you? far more serious than those of Secretary, C. E. Harper, Treasurer -
I last tribute of love and
as a respect J. C. OMborn who has been
That Is a common expression I happened across a poem by omissions regret are seldom for O. W. IIln on.
Miss Jackson-I hope you remember to our loved one. operating tho Blue Front Cafe
what left unsaid.!
I considerone
among the students as they thinkof Edgar. Guest, which you .
half of what you learn. I I J. B. Prevatt. on Main street has moved to
what is to begin this Friday, of the most complete Illustra The person who looks glad to
Bill H,-I don't learn that much. Starke. Mrs. Addle Hall has taken lu-lIlastors building at corner
when the school closes her doors. (Ions of a friend that I have ever I, see you who Is seemingly eager I of Magnolia street and Broad
For the past weeks have flown read: for your news, or enthralled with I It null. of :.Miss :Mary JIIIIK 1t'4t.U..1t. rhurfro of the cafe.
What does the being remodeled into modern
Mrs. White- pYe- way
by so quickly. So has the year as "A friend is one who stands to fix 'mag' meanTRooksDig. your con vernal Ion, who looks at Miss Janie Reddish departed Mr. J. W. Watterson has as his business edifice. .I
it seems just a short time ago share you with a kindling of the fare, from this earthly life lust Sunday guest this week Mr. Thornburg
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when we were enjoying the 1926 Your every touch of grief and care and gives you spontaneous and undivided morning December the llth 1)27.! and son, of North Carolina. Plain CItY-Contra let for surfacing -

holidays. It Is true, however. He comes by chance, but stays by Mrs. SVhite-Ilhtstrate. attention, Is the one to She had been In 111 health more Miss Ada Nlnimon spent last Plant City berry yeard.
Nearly half of the term has pass- choice; Hooks--I like.magpies.NE1VN1'APER whom the plan for the art of conversation than three years but had been Sunday with her sister Mrs. W. DeLand-Volusla county will I

ed and the two week's vacation Is Your praises he is quick to voice. : CIl.'lI would undoubtedly( be confined to her bed. only three P. flirt, of Alachua county. vote on $1,350,000 bond Issue In
here. Club held Its awarded. weeks before her death. Mr. and Mrs. O. Huynoa returned January for road from Daytona 1

Beginning December 16th, school I' No grievous fault or passing whim weekly Tho Newspaper meeting Wednesday, De- She was born at Hampton Bradford to their homo here last Beach to Ocala. o

activities will stand by for ChrIst- Can make an enemy of him and Its And though you need be great or here. She had been a member laughter, !Mrs K. M. Paver of of Industries in South FlorIda
mas joys and will com paper of the week before was discussed The seventh grade was glad to olla big -
mence the New. Year January 2nd small by the editor; There beingno receive a new pupil last Thursday, of the First Baptist church of Lake: Geneva and many new factories openIng -
at that time, most of the studieswill His strength is yours throughout other business the club was who Is Mary Towle from Wlscon Hampton thirty years prior to her Mrs. Kate Spnrkman and daughter up.
be it all. reviews in
preparation for then entertained by a debate given sin. I Arl'adla-30-acre tract of land
mid-term examinations, which follow No matter where your faith may by the following! : William Dun We wonder If evryborty makes Christian. Her kind affectionate here. lust Saturday east of this city being cleaned up
beginning Jan. (C.-) and turn can and Junior McDonell, afllrmn mistaken on monthly tests as we manner won for her many life long Mrs I. O. Johns Mrs. H. A. for municipal airdrome.
lasting for a week. Your welfare Is his chief concern. live; and Hullle Jones and Joseph do. Here are a few which we think friends. She died at her home out Dolk mul ]Mrs.\ lUilmrn of Jacksonville Florida's manufacturers did
were visiting In Starke lust'rliluy.
Their suhjec you would l enjoy: of town.
Malpaa negative.
buslnesn of
inn I $250,000,000
Rev. George P. Raymond pas- No matter what your dream maybe was "Resolved that Milk is Easier Calvin Coolidge wan our president The remains were Interred l ( during
tor of the First Baptist church, to Drink than Water." Food points the Methodist cemetery Dec 12th Mrs. Lizzie K.: Harris of Kant past year.

nave the religious talk In last lie prays your triumph soon to see wore brought out by both sides, Oliver Goldsmith Is president of at 11 o'clock. The funeral services Hartford Conn., has arrived hereto LeeHburg-Contract let for construction
Wednesday's chapel exercises. In There is no wish your tongue can but the judges derided that water the Texas 011 Co. were In charge of Itev. Lewis of: spend the winter months. of new business buildingon

hIs talk, Rev. Raymond chose a tell- was the easiest to drink and easier Duncan U. Fletcher was the last Waldo. The service wu opened !Mrs. Wm. Ward and daughter Main street.

unique subject with which to com But what It Is your friends as well to find because they stepped out of the Delaware Indians. by singing "Does Jesus Care,"' eey
pare with Christianity-rubber. But life of him who has a friendIs after which offered ,
to the fountain and took a drink. Ruth Elder was a poet, prayer was -- ----- yl
The popular pastor explained to double-guarded to the end." This concluded the program and Can you work this problem: 6-7 Rev. Lewis delivered his sermonIn ,

the students how rubber resembled the club was then dismissed. -l-bl-C-l-G. Most of us can. a very loving and Impressive i
the human morals. That Is though Long years ago there was a We are all looking forward to manner. "Nearer my God to Thee."

useful. It first had flaws, which great deal of real friendship that The Dramatic Club held Its the Christmas holidays was very softly and tenderly rendered
were finally removed, and the human does not exist today. If once a regular meeting Wednesday, December by the choir. We wish our Friends'and Patrons
characters, however, good friend always a friend t and they 7. The folowlns programwas The active pallbearers were: M
have a flaw which can be removed were devoted until death. This KIOIITH: GRADE L. Watterson. K, B. Watterson, '
given:
only by belief In the Christ. may be found true In the lines of Vocal solo. "Dad"-Pearl Grlffls The "Blue Bird' held Its busIness L. J, Wynn and J. B. Prevatt.

He also showed how successful various writers, especially those Piano solo-Alice Fernandez. meeting last Wednesday. The She will ever be missed in thiscommunity. I A Merry Merry Christmasand < x
rubber must have elastic qualities, who looked only for the beautiful ReadIng-Isabelle Kazanski. f I following were appointed as a program I She I leaves mournher ,
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t and human beings must likewisebe things In life. -- I committee for next week: lose besides a heat of irlends,
able to "give and take." Today we find few examples of ETIQUETTE CLUB Melba Silcox, Louise Edwards, two brothers Robert Reddish of

true friendship instead of friendswe The Etiquette Club met last John James Rooks and Lester Wildwood and I. J. Reddish of
We have received word that merely have acquaintances of Wednesday Dec. 7. Price Robinson. We went out to Starke. '

Gene Matthews former editor of course you may be more acquainted Pearl Manning had charge of have a field study but It began
this Institution, Is making considerable with one person than you are raining, so we had to hurry backto
progress with his jornal- with another. I don't mean by the Conversation program. was the topic dls- school.At We wish to thank our friendsfor A Happy and Prosperous
Istlc work as a V. M. I. student. this that you haven't any friends, the assembly on Friday, Ha their kindness In the faithful

Gene, who we remember as quite but I am merely judging the peo, cussed.Ideal conversation should be a Sponhlltz, chairman of the pro service rendered during the sick-
a cartoonist as well as humorist, ple of today as a whole. of equal give and take gram committee had charge of the ness and death of our sister. We New YearPeterson's
matter
a contributed four sketches to a recent I remember, quite a while back often it is all "take." Some meeting. The following talks thank the physicians, who rendered -
but too
Issue of the "The Sniper." a seeing a picture of a little boy In I people believe that they are a brilliant were given: such faithful service, and did "'--'
,n V. M. I. humorous publication.The overalls with his dog standing be- and interesting talker, and The Quail-George Raymond. all that Is Within human poyer to
many friends of Gene will be side him. The words written at It much until The Golden Plover-Merrill Wll- soothe pain and conquer disease.
glad to hear of this, as we are all the bottom of the picture appealedto they try to show so lams. I We are thankful for the floral offerings -
become a pest.
with him In what we believe to be me and they always come to they Nearly all the faults or mIstakesIn Ralph Cox has very generously .and every kindness that
his march to success in journalIsm. my mind, when I hear anyone conversation are caused by not donated six books to the lower was shown to us. Dairy I
mention friendship. "A friend Is grades In school. Several more Robert Reddish, I. J. Reddish,
.r. S one who knows all about you and thinking. that those who eighth pupils have promised to A. M. Williams and family.
FRIEND loves you just the same." I The cynics say ring books suitable for the lower
take part In social conversation \ I
''A recent themes of the II. II. S.* HUNK ure bound to be either the bores or grades. Misses Gertrude Wynn, Free -

Class the follow- the bored, and that which you -

ing, by Ruth Sternberg, was one Bill-You could get a job with choose to be is a mere matter of I .L ._.-- .- -. -' -._._---- __ ... *9
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of the best: the government, with those feet. selection. : -: -: ,
How many of you have ever Joseph-How? Try never to repeat yourself;
out forest fires. either by telling the same story I
stopped to think what the word Bill-Stamping
friend really menns? So often I again and agalng or by going back I ,
think the majority of people say Gerald-The cowboys don't over the details of your narrativethat ,,, : .
catch steers on horseback anymore seemed especially to Interestor ie HE ALWAYS NEEDS /'

tance. amuse your hearer. SHIRTSI ,

sideration, stop for a few minutes. Leo-Why? The charming talker is neither I I Irfll.l /i 1 I



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-- sachet la heart-shaped edg/ I wrist watch and :3 ties and a cane other woman reseYO could I prostrated himself before her; and used Along in east constructing side of ball new park street between

with narrow ribbon frill and-" never tell which of them Jumbo when he raised his face to meet Avenues B and C, southeast

if little bags are surmount "Whoopst And you talking to was looking at. So she told Jumbo her glance a thrill such as she had .

a tiny doll. me! Kay sinter, you wanna take she could never be more than never known passed through PYO'BbodY. Pensacola $1,000,000 new

... ....,. .'.* and, barters that list of yours for a walk aroundthe a sister to him. Then came Rum- wharf coal topple erected by

,,- handkerchief or tie case will block three times a day; it bo the Tin-eared. He kept a gymnasium So softly that even the referee Louisville and Nashville Railway

j i u suitable gift for either a ain't healthy. Wotta profit your l where he reduced the fig had difficulty In hearing" her stands, Pyo here placed In operation.

" or woman. The tie case can flame would make! Know what lures and bankrolls of all the very whispered "Yes! The

-- -.. :.- ., in a few moments by he's gonna give you? Huh Haug rich business men who read Lionel shook with the acclaim of the

a length of ribbon envel on tight, you Ye gain' for a buggy Strongfort'a ads> and believed them. multitudes. The dinosaur and the POLITICALAnnouncements

Phone 29 fashion and binding it with pictureand, In the old days, Rumba used to mlnosaur raised their heads In

.. The handkerchief case In 1 ) be startled wonderment, and then
o .--- a pork-and-beaner: never got of the .
In the same manner-but Ain't that a laugh! beyond the preliminaries until fled into the thicknesses
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MlSHIOV.UtV rlKCLH 't'.MO.Y SICHViriCH ( \ width of the material Is used Hero Mother cut In. "Well you he fought Squeegy the Squasher; Jungles. -

JlllmTISG< AT MKHOIHST: < ("' of the length. Narrow. sat children prove by all this argue that time he almost gob'" to the Terrible was the wrath of Mumbo FOR TAX COLLECTOR
ha rose In his Having been urged by myfrlendn
to behold as
Is used for binding. ment that you're not grownups yet, gates of the meanderthal heaven.At feeling that I am duly qualified,
The choirs of the and demande, "l'Yo, didst tng.. :
Circle Number One of the Wo- gaiters are very simply So I am going to destroy your !lists first, Pyo was quite flustered might announce myaelf n. candidate
churches under the ( the gift?" for Office of County Tax!: Collector
by covering elestlc about and give ten dollars each, to by the attentions of Rumba his see
'. irmn's Missionary Society of the you ; for Bradford County, Florida,
Mrs L. F. Wallace are "Of Dad! she answered. -
wide with shirred ribbon. course. to the Democratic Primary
do all your Christmas shopping manner of wooing, as demonstrated subject
First Baptist church held their union service to bo next June.
a song/
e are Just a few of the No protests please. It won't do by the ardent way in which he W. E. .
regular meeting Monday afternoon the Methodist church on "Where then is It?
that can be made, and you you a bit of good. Ten dollars caressed her bean with a war club, ,
at the home of Mm. C. A. mas evening.In "In Rudolf's languid glance,
find once< you have started each.) That, father, finishes thisfllmlly' almost swept her off her feet. I hereby announce myself a randldlate -
a-" Knight: the devotional being led addition to the of l for the office of Tax Collectorof
you will have any number Christmas gift lists. I'msure Came Christmas, as the movies Dad.q.jijl Bradford County. I solicit the
by Mrs. J. R!. HiouiiJue. At the thems and special I Ideas.< Forget the struggle we've Included everybody." say and Pyo was beset by the biggest the gods to wftness that import' nt the voter of the County:
clones of the meeting Mm. Knight pleasing feature will be the and If elected, promise the faithful
of Christmas shopping loon for a daughter
worry "Everybody!"-exploded Father. !! problem In her life. Mumbo I have a crazy discharge of the duties of Said of-
served her guests a light refreshment mas carols sung by the make for your friends refloct- "Where In blazes do I fit In?" the Terrible had issued a decree I II What manner of gift couldst flce'
course School Olee Club OHsltecl by C. A. KNIQI1T.
of your own personality. "Why Dud!" Junior adopted that whosoever Hhould bestow upon -' thou have seen in this man's
The W. 1\1. S. Circle Number folowed I
and congregation
when Christmas time arrives his most diplomatic tone as he his daughter the most unusual eyes?"
Two of the First Baptist church propriate acldrcsBca by the will ho In a mood to enjoy the In "Well, Dad," said Pyorrhea inher ..
edged toward the door. "Just gift the world that man ..-.-.-.,-------
at the home of Mrs. P.
met M. present. for you will be fresh think of all the beautiful cancelled should sit at Mumbn's right hand dulcet) tones that were liken-
Hurt-foot Monday afternoon with Seats In front will be free from troublesome flnan- ed to the billing of doves. "It's
checks you're gonna get from during the Christmas feast; and
ten members present. The Clirlnt- for the boys and girls of the
problems. the bunk after Christmas!l" that man should, (have Pyorrhea.Oh really hard to explain to somebodyelse.
mall program was nicely carried' Club who are requested to
I looked Into
how the gallant swains But the second
: on by circle lender Mrs O. P. RayMond five minutes before IIerv..... I that Rudolf has
flocked to the contest! From far- his eyes I realized
IV: "TIIKM":: IHYS-WIIK.V:
It decided nt this suated together Family
wee gin, ami bu .- "
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off Dlptheriu to still farther In- -
meeting/ give several Christmas The people of Starke and (1.LL.\NT liXWIIT; !< f'AMfiHiltlG I

baskets of food, vegetables fruit munity are cordially Invited. Goes A'ShoppingBy : e..TM'' ertia; from uncharted realms and lo"II"Ha-$36.000. bond l Issue rul1
from Mumbo's each
own village
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and toys to the needy families In usual hour 7:30: p. in. I I
j tribe sent a hopeful suitor Such voted by Homosassa school district -
would
the town. Anyone who like
( SAMUEL C, SINGER) This all happened many, many clashing of cymbals, such show of in western part of Clrtua
to contribute toward these baskets ,
name would be gratefully; receiv! If CleverVith a month before Christ ages ago; before the era of Fords I wealth! Such glitter; of Jewels, county for erection of new Junior
and traffic cops When women such sheen of tiger-skins! high school.
ed. Kindly leave at the HupllHt Into Father's eyes crept that
parsonage/ not later than Friday, The look peculiar to the Head were as old as they felt and men After declaring the rules of the I\hi.yo--Log camp of Standard

Dec. 23rd. The mooting/ was house when the females were as old as the women wanted contest, he motioned the timekeeper Lumber Company 8 miles south-

brought to a close) with light refreshments If one Is clever with the are planning a predatory them to feel. to sound the gong, and left the east of here In operation.
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being nerved by Mrs. the problem of economical on the family exchequer. Now, In every well-regulated ring. Immediately started the Sanford Half-million dollar r

Barefoot and her daughter, Miss Inns gifts--(not because one worst fears were realized pale-olithlc community, there was procession of gift-bearing suitors.As tourist hotel will be opened here

Inez Abernathy. to be economical but very evening. At the dinner always a huge ferocious male who they came before Pyo one by this season.

,- (Circle; : amber Three of the W. must be) can be, solved Daughter suggested that headed the tribe; he was knownas one they held forth their gifts. Starke-Starke district prepar-

M. S. of the FlrBt luptl church charmingly-for with a little might feel more comfortable the Old Man. And amid his Bach extolled the virtues of his ing to harvest large strawberrycrop tsaem ego

held their regular meeting Monday I care and Ingenuity there took off his coat. As though many wlveg.he always had a favorite token reciting the travails he hud this year

afternoon at the home of number of attractive were not warning enough/ who had been the daughter. undergone to secure It. To each, Platt CitySites being considered f

P. S. McMillan with Mrs .1. de-I I can bn made at a very small beef supplanted the usual of a rival chieftain. And she always Pyo listened; to each she said for proposed public library. *

Sllrnx, leader, lending the loreover, gifts of this nature chicken croquettes. begot a daughter whose "No". As a reward for losing Winter Iluveii-Lime rock being
votlonal. Nine members were present with them a personal touch. In his reading, beauty and grace; were the talk their heads-for such was the pen-

and three new members were often lacking In the most had stumbled across the of the land All this had to be, alty Incurred by the losers-each

added to the circle. At the clone sive things. that "The only defensive otherwise there would be no story. was permlteed to kiss her hand. FRESHMEATS

of the mooting, Mrs. McMillan and The use of dolls In gift strong offensive.' He deter Now the Old Man's name was Author's note: After decapitation, A WORDCOLUMN

her mother Mrs Hemingway, has become HO general that ( to get In the first blow; It Mumbo the Terrible. And his the bodies were stripped of their CENT

served Ice cream and wafers. It possible. to buy them in never yet helped b. favorite wife in his Intimate mo- robes and Jewels which Mumbo

wan decided to give food baskets tdzes-from the larger ones eternal etc ments, he called ")ley, You!'' And kept Tex had overlooked this I

to needy famlllcn of the town wire skirts for telephone Down To IIllslllCMH the daughter was known to all and Item In drawing up the contract

Christmas by members of the clr.tie. and lumps-to the very you've fattened the old sundry as Pyorrnea-because 4 with Mumbo; something that his FOR SALE-Ford Touring 26 The foundation for the unfurl

Dutch head that Is to be ; now drag those Christmas out of 5 I wanted her. I descendant would have spotted immediately model or 25 model Tudor sedan 4 hrlMtntntt. dinner Mm In thettirntA

Circle Number Four of the W. to the handle of a powder pll out of your sleeves nut I'm ( As In All ItcstHcllcrxPyorrhea's !< .) In good mechanical condition.Peterson's the I.PM you.. of line rourms Ym. will end went urn

M. 8 of the First Baptist church The !larger dolls clan be you-we've got to cut hand-both of them. The Sun Hung low Dairy. It. I Mill ruts went rerrUeil to bar dully here 'rc'Mh

met Monday afternoon at the home cushion topn-and may be down to the bone this year." In fact-were sought after by several -In the heavens already and Pyo NOTICE-With the object of es- I

of Mrs. J. II. Lord The usual de- In beru(Tied and voluminous Had, you know we would I suitors In the order of their was growing tired of saying, "No"" tablishing laboratory and office

votional services were held and that will cover the cushion put down anybody we could appearance, there was Jumbo the -And her hand hurt from the for the manufacture and outputof VarietyMeat

the social meeting which was Then there are the sinuous out." This from !Mother Cockeyed. He was one of Py- scrapings of so many whiskers the Blessed Remedies will I

( brought to a close with refreshments wicked-eyed French arcobats I we can't have the whole town orrhea's numeroifs step-brothers; upon It. And still no gift appealed consider associate with some

served, by the hostes.H.r on wire and stuffed with (' about how stingy this fam but In those days they weren't so to her. means In ready coph. Mail order

who can twine their legs Especially: Mrs. Crabby. strict( ; and anyway, In actual relationship And then, lo and behold! Foot. system Highly lucrative, honor I

r( /\HTV iioNouiMiMrs. : IUUUF.FI their necks with no effort at An.'r": send us the usual twenty- Pyo and Jumbo were steps were heard to clatter along able and permanent the basisof Market

W Walnwrlght enter- Clever Powder Putt cent dolly, but If ye don't about forty-three steps removed. the road; and a breathless rider immense business and pro-

tained with a lovely bridge party Powder puffs' too, come her something" In return Pyo rather liked Jumbo but could threw himself from the back of his fits. No idlers Address E. j
particular attention. A protect us. learn to trust him with Ja sack before He
last Friday afternoon honoring tworecent never ; an- spent Pyo. Southers, Starke, Fla. It* .l----------.lHULL'S ..
French lady with a right, all right. If I've got I .
Mrs. Harold C. Wall
brides has all her skirts flounced .. all night to gab about
and Mrs. W. J. Kpperson. Jr., at
scalloped and trimmed with I'd Just as soon turn over
her attractive home. The rooms ribbon and tiny threads of I whole bank account to you
decorated with
were artistically
Underneath you may (' and get back to my newspa
of brilliant and
baskets poinsettias '
Huffiest of powder puffs. Come on; your list first
vases of pink Radiance roses In ."
Then there Is a dainty !
keeping with the winter season signed for the baby. Her TinSad New,,*
At the close of the gameR Mrs STORE
of read off the
skirt may be made narrow names along
N. D. Wainwright was found tot
lace on pink ribbon-and what I think we ought to
be the holder of high score and
0 t merry' face may be Ready i
was presented a dainty handkerchief white HllV. Then. If she \\a Martha-knit Jacket.
set, while
and lingerie pin
with a cunning/ lace bonnet Walter---slippers.
I Mrs. 10. L. received as second
Biggs
beneath her chin she will be Edna--collar and cuff
I a hand-embroidered towel. Mrs. sl tlble.
Mrs. were given
Wall and Epperson
Another gift for baby is a Alice-g'loves.
beautiful handkerchief cusps
silk pussy-niled with Allen Simpson--a scoot
and handkerchiefs aa mementoesof
ton filled, of course* and !
the occasion .
painted face. Its holly ends> Simpson- -sleeping doll. J
Mrs. Wainwright served her
long slim tall of silk Kltzinuurlce< family---a
'guest a delectable fruit salad heavy silk thread. I -- -
with olives saltines and
I ,course
Those Cunning Kitten Browns -a hook rug.
hot tea. Those enjoying thin de-
And speaking of kittens the Iceman-woolen gloves.
? occasion besides the honor -
llghtful
; favorite toys of the tlnest the butcher-boy-$2.
guests Mrs H. C. Wall and "

''Mrs. \y. J. Epperson, Jr., were; will to be find embroidered among the stamped grocery-boy on there a minute.. What TOO BUSY TO WRITE OUT A LOT. OF ITEMS ,;

Mesdames J. L. Frazee N. D.Walnwrlght. .
B. M. Johns J. W. cats of all descriptions. the Mayor, and the Town BUT WE HAVE MANY THINGS SUITABLEFOR
these are BO simple that the while you're being so
Jr. C. A. Knight A. Z.
'Andrews "
dren can make them-and with my money? HOLIDAY GIFTS
'Adklns B. L. W. J. Ka
Blgga, and dogs too. The lacy A Repeater| ,.....
J. O. L. Beasley,
Davie
lian. R.
nl easy to execute and not too money? Father, you talk !
H.; C. Hitch. O. L. Haynes Misses
for the veriest of amateurs. you had never heard of ..
"' Ethel Orlffln Myrtlce and Mer- 'And older girls would enjoy a thing as the communal spir I "

wyn Jackson. r' tog a pretty lady of crepe family life. Please don't In- .

LIWJ.JD FOLKS' PARTY !on a half pint mayonnaise Where was nOh" yes; I Electric and Oil Lamps, Cut Glass, China, Glassware "
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small Jar with a screw the grocery-boY-2, .

Little' Miss-Katie Colley was I A small spool of copper wire, that's four bucks for that Crockery, Dinner Sets-Copper, Brass and Bronze .. ., .
fresh clean cotton la all .kid already!
hostess to a large number of her
Pieces.
friend Saturday afternoon at the t needed. Lavender and please let !Mother finish .. ..
I also goodness knows mine l Is
pretty together,- green ; '
home of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Colby -
'apricot. enough; and Junior probably "
the occasion being the anniversary -
First It la neccesary to Idea that he ought to give
of her eighth birthday.A .
covered with frizzle-headed Jane Connelly FURNITURE PARLOR .
SETS
color scheme of pink and cotton body I ROCKERS .
which Is then wired or so-
crepe
white was carried out effectively
In decorating the rooms. In the to the lid of the Jar A you pipe down about the \ CHESTS. ____ ____.
?i head can be wired from the commands my utmost re
laid
dining room the table was
extension of the two and arduous attention. If
and tile
with a beautiful lace centerpiece.on ,
which was a white birthday of wire will make arms. to talking about who's o Plenty of staple goods, groceries, feeds, fertilizers

with cotton and give gifts to members of the
are wound crates boxes. Fresh
cake with eight pink candles In orange oranges every day from
lte I I
ed with white too. sex guess can spill
dainty pink rosebuds surrounded
with cut foliage and pink roses. Paints will' be needed for about you and that strlng- our trees in the city. '

Games were played during/ the I face and the hair can be you flatter by calling a '
sewed In place. Now i
afternoon, and at the clone: Ice cotton "
cream and home-made cake was next step l.. to dress little Imitation! Calling/ FRUITS and CANDIESHULL'S \,

served and favors of pink baskets lady. First you gather a I [ Oglethorpe names! If you .' : .

filled with candy and toasted nuts crepe paper and wire It to half the man that Harold .f ,
Itself This will serve as nn .
.
were given each guest Mrs. Col- 1-
dersklrt. The oversklrt Is be an amoeba. Now' put .
ley was assisted In looking after .. ... ,
ed to the body BO that the on till Mother finishes ,. 0 .
children t
the pleasure of the by .
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herself be unscrewed And If there's change .
Misses Kate Struth and Lots Col- I may any ? ". ,rlh.. ,..'y"e'-.
ley. About thirty-five little folks top of the Jar you may. get a quarter.

were present.NTVDKNT.S l'm Any Material, I Go; on. Mother"

Tiny ribbons of the crepe there really Isn't any- ., -
: RECITALOn will make pretty decorations of Importance left on the j ie

the dress which should be j I think twenty-five dollars

Tuesday Dec. 20th. students In the period of hoop- klrtll. than cover the rest of

of Pasco Roberta will give a recital completed result may be used +I .."
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of piano and string Instrument candy Jar. or aa a container 1 lIiiNlm'M for June .

music In the Woman's Club audit tiny /guest powder puffs. You Daughter could get un

orium at 8 p. m. There will benD substitute! for the crepe ,'Junior cut In. "All right. ,

admission and the public is crepe de (chine organdie or ; I'll spout my list. then.

cordially Invited. if you wish your gift to be a I Dorothy Conneley-one STORE

The folowlng will take part; 'more lasting and more ; six: pairs of silk

Misses Ines Abernathy, Mary Among lltttle gifts that ; one black: pearl' neck

Brownlee Colletta Ridenhour, please dainty women are ,

Sunshine Hundley, Mildred Hund A series of gayly colored nerve of that kldl! Say N. B. HULL Owner

ley, Anna Mae Pierce Mary bags tied with narrow ribbons you think this family Is ,

Pierce. Georgia Catherine Haynes, pinned to a wider band with to do? Set your girl friend

Sara Hope Haynes, Della Williamson safety pins make a gift business t And here.1. am

Laura Newell. Messrs. Paul while. with each bag read* to "'"muMiHU HonM. and. .. .. .e.-.".,, -., .
Knight and John James Rook transferred to the clothing. put him down for is a''





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YYWWYWeIINYYtlaln i "I, "" IIHIUljlll""UUlIIl""II""IIII''I''utI'"IIIM.II"' ', ''' ''''' '' ': ." '......' -..." hats at reasonable prices at -'tor' clothes and deliver. Apply at (Thompson streets the water wa!

guerite's. !Mrs\ W. .\. Sterns' residence. It. cut off Sunday from noon until -,.,
Ii three o'clock. This street will be STARKE
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W. P. Randall spent the week-end Misses Blanche and Mona Alderman -' paved to a width of forty feet, and( f BETWEEN)
Bits of I In Starke with his. wife who Is' will arrive this afternoon the hydrant was set back. on the 'J'I'S1&1'1: AGO TODAY>> THIEVES I \\k\.

visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. from Tallahassee where Miss\ street Hue. L.....AtnERT E:'r1BE2 -
I J. M.\ Alvarez: Blanche Is a student and Miss .
Mr J. W. White left Tuesday PERJSI
Mona a teacher ot music In the The latest In Crystal OII1NIIWIII'
IDeal Nevi for Orlando, where ho attended
Mr. and Mrs R, V Turner and Woman's College. ill Mill'heirs.
daughter Miss Lolselle of Gainesville the food conservation convention.

spent Sunday with Mrs. Turner's Mr. and Mrs. D.V.. Moore of
s1ldiing-Davits/ mesh bag's atIIIC'I'Il'II. Rev. (L 1'. Raymond and ReV : .\ GORM:\ was! a hard
Theressa were I in Slnrke Monday ll
Concerning Our People Business and mother, Mrs F. B. Johns.
and
I nut to crack proud
L. W. Klckllter loft Monday morn- purchasing supplies for the holidays J t
Progress the County and Town. Ing for Bradenton, where they will tJ I) of It.
of
The best line of fresh meats I Nobody realized It
all kinds at the Highway Market.Mr. Come and try your keys at the attend the State Baptist Convention George White has returned from if\!\: ( -1 J more than the group of

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23rd.! You may be the lucky one 16th.lIamplon's. holidays I table talking with him comfortable
and Mrs W. II. Mundy, Jr., a
Gun 'shellHuU's.E. Mr. H J. Glover of Starke, was that gets the beautiful 133-plece Flies Darin Law teacher In the In their urmchulrs warm with

la Lake Butler Monday on bus are now occupying the Eastman complete table service. second Biiwmlll will Luwtey school attended the teach the heat of steam radiators and
house vacated by Mr. and
.. It. Smith was a visitor to ness.-Union County Times recently start operation within the next ers' association In Starke Saturday plenty, of cold and little interested
Mrs. Homer B. who
Llmbaugh,
Jacksonville Monday. Place your order for a dressed few days, according: announcement and remained over Sunday with In those who could not pay forfII'oto.'tI..n
have moved to the state farm.
S. T. Dell, Jr., of Gainesville turkey or hen for Christmas with made Wednesday. The mill I her parents Rev. and Mrs. W. G. ugiilnst the bitter late

Fruit cake materials at J. F. spent the wee-end at the home of the Highway Market will employ from fifteen to twen Law. December cold. If
| through
his aunt, Mrs. J, M, lirownlee. Eureka Vacuum Cleaner good; I "I guess he could pull :
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Klekllter. Thurs
ty men and will give: tile hustling Mrs II. C. HlI'hllr.1lllellt \vo nursed him a bit" ono of the
2fj cent off regular
as new per Miss Elise Jones will arrive little city to the south of u.. IIn ,day and Friday of lust week with was rpinnrklng. "He's young
A. A. Durden Store In Hampto prlcu. A bargain Hull's Store home Saturday morning from Ag- :' group
Sheriff W. J. Epperson motoredto / 1I.I Trenton Sunday. Is putting on a big Holiday Sale. ----- nes Scott College' : Decatur, Ga., I The Florida, Metropolis. of Wednesday gaud Never let hi nisei f get

Watch for their posters. Mr.\ and. Mrs. Rdwln Blltch and to spend, the holidays with her Bruce L. Davis was chosen president !- contained the following III cuiin-red like this lipfore. :Sure:; will
little daughter of the state farm parents. Mayor and Mrs DeWltt he IPHKOII to him"
Sunlit Claus |1..lollh.) at .si hIiell's of the Ar'adlll"wall18 Club Its personal 'oillmn : Mian Carrie n
> Powell Carpenter made a business Ralford, were visiting relatives In C. Jones. Vglow a talented and popular ". urHe him long enough be'llg..t
l rUK .storp.Mrs. I at the annual election held'' there
trip to Jacksonville Wednesday town Saturday. Into the wholesale line and In-
I last Friday, succeeding'" n. O. Tur- young/ lady of Slarko arrived In crCOllllletition.. Aren't there
Misses Florence Andrews Vir- /
Mr. Davis In. former Stark the city a few days ago/ on a visit
D. C. Jones ner. a It'a..
was a visitor to enough of us already
ReV. Fred Turner pastor of glnlnVeeks and Hazel Mlddleton.
to her sister Mrs KaiiHom Luther
boy who has resided In A 1'1101111tor .
Jacksonville who
Monday afternoon. !Mr.\ JubcGorm spoke."If
and Mrs. E. II. Smith were Riverside Pork M. E. church students at the'OI1lIlU'S College McDowell, of Springfield. I IDr.
the past several years, holding I dent encourage the /good
visitors to Jacksonville Wednesd.iy. South of Jacksonville was vit..t-i. Tallahassee, will arrive Friday to you
U. (1. Turner of Jackson-1, all the
a responsible position' with the ones a bit. you're apt to get e
J. T. Moore of Lawtey, was InStarke ing Dr. H. A. Tucker here last spend l the holidays "
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I.. ft N. Railroad. vllle wan visitor to Slarko Sunday. more had ones. A hard voice front
Monday. -- Thursday I a hard! face was 'speaking on the

Woman's Club food sale and bazaar Junior Club girls will sell candyat Miss. Casiilu White spent Friday' other sldo of the table.
Lovely lot of children's hats at at Mitchell's Drug Store, Sat- Mrs.. .1, E. Malnes\ spent Thursday Mitchell's Drug' Store Saturday Merton Clark arrived Wednesday la Jacksonville | "Ever seen, a good. one when he's

11.00. Marguerite's. urday, Dec. 17th. ot last week In Starke I the Doc. 17lh.Azalea from Riverside AcademyGainesville Lieutenant A. J. Thomas has recently selling ngalnst you?" Juhcz coun
guest of Mrs.\ i). E. Knlgbt.UnIou Ga.. where he In. a tered.,
: been promoted' to a Hrst ,
Harvey Long of Jacksonville W. C. Caldwell. editor of the County Times. plants for sale Pink ( Indian student, to spent the holidays ieiitenant and IH at present' In I "Klndn hard to hammer a fellow"

was a visitor In Starke Tuesday. Jasper News was a visitor In ) 335c\ to 61 c. J, S. C. Collins with his parents Mr. and Mrs. RF. temporary( ('ol11l1l1ln.1 of a ,'umPll1IY'' the rather first kindlier time he's voice up) broke against In.It, a

Starke Wednesday lion. C'. H. Register: .state auto IlnlvedorerNurHcry", Eurleton: Fla. Clark. of Infantry at Camp Ileaurcgurd j jLa. "Harder, he's hammered the
,
Mrs. It. A/ Weeks was a vis- inspector: was a business vlstor 12-U-21* | tougher he'll. get. That's how I got

tor In Starke 'Tuesday. A. A. burden and daughter< Miss In Starke Wednesday. It will not be a real Christmas George: Anderson and "'111111 mSlrhlCfellow. toughened";, ," mild a Intl her.
<4'iilliiilriil< candle for to the children If they do not hove
Hilda were visitors In Starke your / of the aviation corps i On and on the ,11'111110pnL
Willys Knights ,beauty quality, Wednesday. morning \it Leather. Gifts. lit Mllcliell'M.J.
service. Qulgley/ and Davis agents. I complete linn of candles and, a the rank of seargent.: They have I HIP .debtor Owed. ; how m'l<'lI he was

W. Andrews, Jr.. was a bualvliltor Mr. end Mrs. Truby Newman I I good iixHortmpiit of nuts. and been transferred from Kelly's likely to (produce In bankruptcy ;
G. M.
Inuian
and J, W.
S. M. Mott of Brouker was a Jr. Andrews ness to Hrooker Wednes- and baby spent Saturday In Stnrke I trulls.oIIHt.; End Grocery. Field, Texan, to MorrlHon Virginia/ how much this "h'l<1..n,1l'uulll be ;
attended the Shrine e
visitor iu Starke Monday.Get meeting luy. with relatives. He Is convalescing Miss Mildred Crosby who Is j whether It would pay better to take "
In Jacksonville Wednesday. M per cent and get rid of a potential
.
from automobile nc..entsome
nil Oranges, fine flavor right from Saturday
teaching at Johnstown spent | rival or' 75: cent and
get per
your Christmas turkey at !Mrs. I). E. Knight and State'sAttorney eleven months ago. our grove: In Starke. Hull's Store and Sunday with her parent let him start nKiiln with n clean

Highway Market Whippets and -Economy, both Inprice and Mrs. II. v. Knight: --------- .*, Mr, and Mrs. W. A. CI'oMby,1 j jMr. sheet, or "give;, him lots of time to
operation. Quigley and Jacksonville Jo I'I.
were visitors to New Victor Records and machines Fire Chief Frank Carpenterurges Knnrli; (:hi&.ils of Lawtey was pay' In full.On .
Frank Carpenter was a visitorto Davis agents. lay. at Corpenlng's) : Drug Store every property owner to u business visitor to Starke Moir uml. on they nrgued. b

Jacksonville last Thursday., Saturday. clear their roofs ot accumulated, day. The 1 mow Inhered. up) the window
C'ol. and Mrs. Floyd Green and Dr. Edward It. Teeter of Jack- and deafened I the outside
leaves and other trash In order Prof. Hobbx) and Mists Ada Nom-
George: I K. Harnsberger: spent children of Lake Butler were visitors onvllle, was the guest of State's Judge: and Mrs A. V. Long and to lessen the fire hazard. Another ino of 'Hampton, wern In Sturkn.Saturday 1 sounds of liiipplnoRN anti good

the week-end with friends In Co- In Starke with relatives Mon- Attorney and Mrs 11. V. Knight daughter; Annie, and Mr. and prolific source of fires Is the old, attending the teachers' cheer" of hastening feet of shivering
coa. day. tin day. Mrs. McCormick of Gainesville. association.The limbs, of tunas napping to keep
chimney fines and these should ,
.. were guests at the home of Mrs. hungry and Ill-clad bodies warm

Trespass signs 6 cents each 40 Dom Frlego/ of Lawtey was a :Miss Mary SlHlrunk. of Tampa Long's/ mother, airs S. Elizabeth: sets be gone In. over before cold weather Whippet e U the( holder ofthe I Cheerful And the argument greeting' ,went happy on.! salutations

cents a dozen at the Telegraph of- business visitor to Starke Tuesday has been visiting her brother and Brownlee, Sunday A, Ai A. coast to coast econ- henrfclt. good wishes wera ,r

\ fice. later-ln-law, Mr. and Mrs. G. M. l'hrisluuas only record! Los Angelus to New exchanged. right! and 'left In the"Look
IMIM-H of nil sizes!
at
ixtrtink recently. :Ill'. and Mrs Bryant W. (Hodges: York. Its mark of 43.28 miles per I
The interior of Hull's Department A. D. JernlKan, representative of and little daughter of Jacksonville llt..II'II.H. '
gallon[ for ,l 155!P mile trip une"|iinl-
Store Is being repainted this Burroughs Adding Machine Company Glassware. Chinaware, flower were week-end guests of Mrs. Icd. The run was made to prove In ,

week. was a business visitor In polll, lamps at Hull's Store. Hodges' parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. Between seven and eight hundred : the public, that our claims) regard- |
Starke Tuesday P. Iiuftman.Fir. people hnda look at the new '
lag Whippet Economy: were justl-
It. Ii:. Hornsby of Green Cove MlHs Christine Townsend and Ford Thursday morning for the '
wl. Can you beat It? Qulgley &
Springs was a visitor In Starke A. L. Roberts of Laconchee was Irs. J. M. Mann were tranuctlnguslness and Mrs. James F. David, short time It was available to the Jl1vlll. Willys Knights: ,

Saturday. attending business In Starke sev- in Starke Monday.\ -Un- Jr., of Florence S. C., are announcing opal dealer J. W. Andrews Jr. i : WhIPPt.t.// --

eral days.thin week. Ion County Times. the birth of a sou. Dec. The looks and performance the Cedar Keys Clues

Nuts fruit, lettuce and celery at 3rd. Mrs David vas Miss Josephine new Ford pleased the hundreds. to the Indentlty of two robbersof

... J. F. Klckliter's. New Victor Records and Machines !Mrs. J. C. Robinson and Mrs' lirliihon, a sister of Mrs. J. >rm
\. at Corpenlng's Drug Store J. M. Mitchell spent last Friday E. Corpenlng. salesmen for the cars. last week led to the ) here I
E. V Larson of Jacksonville the
Keystone Saturday. land Saturday In of two suspects Thursday n In

Heights! was a business' visitor to guests of friends and relatives Beds spring, day beds steel The first fi4-quart freezer of sncola. A tip had been received

Starke Monday.KiiKttitrd Mrs' Harvey Long of Jacksonville cots Oak! dining tables. Very low strawberries was shipped from that they I find expressed ;'

Is spending several days with Mesdames J. !M. Alvarez, J, L. price at Hull's Store. Slake Tuesday by T. S. W ..llaujs.Starke to the latter city. When SIiIWllS..S//

: / v<'In'111 mat Greeting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Jo razee. N. D. Wainwright Kath- will supply the northern dd, at the Peimncola( ,'

Cants at Milt'hell's.. Edwards. leer Rhodes. and little son. Ralph Mr. and, Mrs. C. D. Shank of I markets with many freezers of the I American 1'press. Co.. they were'

motored to Jacksonville Tuesday. Jacksonville, announce the birth luscious fruit before the holidays, promptly placed, under arrest and 1'I I 1 u'1qp
H. C. Wall attended the football Miss PatricIa/ Lamb and Gladys of a daughter born Wednesday under present weather 'ondltionK. found, to be but youths. giving as {
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game In Gainesville Satur- Allgood are spending some time in John Powell Edgar Klesewetter. Dec. 14th. Mrs. Shank will be remembered A crate of berries was also shipped helm names, Ernest Purvis, 17,

day. Wildwood having left Starke I Wesley Stearns and Miss Alice In Starke as Miss Hlldi last Friday by Mr. Williams and, Alexander < ('(' 17. They I

Monday. I Fernandez motored to Jacksonville Lewis. claimed.. Innoiiceiice when arrestedand Daddy What Santa Claus
Come In and look over our line for their music lessons.
Tuesday ,
Mr. laden 1 It. Nobles and family hud only 9.11)) In cash on them. Left for Mel"street /
of heaters, wood oil and electric. Miss Lillian Barefoot spent the KIcrtrIc. ('hrl"l nUl" tree outfits e -
I of Slarke. have moved, to Gr en
Jones Hardware Co.J. previous week-end with her cousin it .MltchiII'M.Miss .
Cove Springs and wll Ihe) located/ St. AiiKtistliie' : crowd estimated -
at Starke.-Baker County Reporter Mr. and !Mrs.\ J. M. Mitchell and ---
A. Saul was. a business visitor Mrs. O. L. Beasley were Iu Jacksonville Evelyn Mlddleton of Sand- Cove Springs and will be located at more than 3,000 gathered below ; but In an upper' room
old Green' Cove Springs: boy andWl' from three counties Thursdayto of then big hotel the hnrd-fuced
to Gainesville Tuesday( afternoon on a shopping tour Tues erson visited at the home of friendsin '
When ; are glad: to have him back sue the new state road No want last and
i you painting paperhanging day. Starke on Sunday reports -
again He Is associated with the
,
I south opened to truffle and dedicated -
Baker
or kalsominlng done, a pleasant visit.- Wager, Bakery.-Clay County celebration \VeJI, look fellows, we can't
which Included
by a
Friends of P. J. Pierce are glad Write Mr. Supper, Starke. 12-16- Sammy Sternberg. who Is attending County Reporter. Crest en t. stay all night. I gotta take the
to see him out again after several 41.. the University of Florida, sumptuous barbecue train tonight. All packed up pa'
weeks' illness. Gainesville will arrive today to Mrs.' Alice Langford has as her hand music and a program of public f'vU'ythlllJolnle/ to play !golf la
'I'lm.b..Nt line of niKi-aviil/ 1(........ addresses headed by that of Dr .
Allen's Parlor Furnace Mrs. Gotta
--unap- spend the holidays.. guest her daughter-ln-Iaw, I Florida over the holidays.
Beautiful handkerchiefs hose' proached In design quality and John K. Langford of Tallassee hags UP Farr ever h..I. Mlichi'll's. FOils A. Hathaway chairman ot get this thing over quick or I tula.
for Christmas at finish. Jones Hardware combination nets, the Longford the state road, department under that train." *
j J. 'and silk lingerie Company. ( ''1'3 Nome Alabama. John K. expects
':'Marguerite's. gift supreme<< at Mitchell's.Mrs. to arrive In Starke for a vis- We are glad to have with us asa whose administration the road "Lucky dog I can't .Afford Ie

Mr. and Mrs. J, F. Colley hadas it the latter part of this week. citizen and business_. man. Dr. F, wan completed. Completion of the play ,golf, In Florida." This, from

Mrs. R. A. Weeks and childrenof their guests last week-end their George Flynn and little son. 1.- -Turner, ot Starke, -Fla.- He having lust link In the new highway from Jabex Gorm. "Neither can I affordto

Brooker, were visiting relatives nieces. Misses Grace, Ruby and of Palatka are spending the holidays Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Malpas have bought the drug firm of John- Jacksonville south along the 8st play good Samaritan bankrupt
fools. Let him assign and be
4 ,, jin; town Sunday. Eva Fugate and Mrs. Carter. with her mother Mrs. Florence -I.as their guests for the holidays son A Turner, formerly May Drug coast was hailed as an epoch making done young with It."
Co. Dr. Turner Is registered achievement by Dr. Hathaway
a '
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Canova. and Aubrey
Emma .. their son, Milliard, The final I decision we. so registered
Fancy Christmas at i Ala. who arrived pharmacist. and It Is needless to and the other speakers on the program creditors'1
'if': Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Carroll of wrapping I Hull of BIrmingham. and the meeting
.i Lake Butler were visitors in Mitchell's. Allen's 1-arlor Furnace-best Saturday. say that your prescriptions will be who were Introduced by LeeA. broke up, onto fly for a train ,5.

+ Starke Monday. and most economical. Jones Hard- carefully compounded. We wish Braswell, member of the it. heading south ; some to Join hilarious -

Miss Annetta Williams who Is a ware Company.Miss Miss. Isabel Fernandez who Is him success In his new business. Johns county board of commlnslonerfl parties In the banquet hulls of
Cedar Key News.Congressman who replaced J, D. Ran the hotel Jubez dorm tu1 return toa
Tags, Heals. and Christina bones student In the Woman's College. attending the Florida State Col- ;
at Mitchell's. Tallahassee will arrive today to Bonnie Snellgrove, who Is lege In Tallahassee, will arrive ner, chairman of the board, who big, stern-looking house !In which

f spend the holidays.Mr. a member of the Bradford High home today to spend the Christ R. A. Green of theeeond had been called out of town. professional many servants efflclpncy bad prepared the seasonal with

:> ,; Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Durden of School faculty will leave this af- mas holidays with her mother, Florida district has been Ja'ksonvllle-Ed Roberts, guard decorations the gifts and the festal

. Hampton were visitors to Starke and Mrs. T. A. Steele and ternoon for Troy Ala., to spend Mrs. R. S. Fernandez. reappointed the "whip" of his at the Italford state prison farm touches that fashion and uncial.

Sunday afternoon. children of Gainesville spent Sun the holidays? state delegation In the house. The was. discharged' by Warden J. S. custom required to be provided for

:. I day In Starke with Mr.\ and Mrs.\ Large congoleum rug-Hull's chief duty of this assignment III.. Dutch for his alleged violation-of I the children of this. very elegant

.;, 'i;, J. F. Klckllter Jr., and Frank J. B, Sapp. Hharl combination ....tll. the prrt- Store. to assist the Democratic "whip" to prison rules by loaning his auto- house.

:' ', Carpenter made a business trip to I lent made at Mlltlirll's. I rally whenever necessary minority mobile to'a prisoner who drove to Seven o'clock next morning. The

d Lake City Saturday. Mesdames H. H. Young J. C. Mrs. W. J, Epperson Sr., Is vlstlng members for roll calls on Impor- Jacksonville to see a girl residingnear bells were ringing their annual

Hoover and C. F. Hoover were visitors John W. Ilalnes. American Type Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Llmbaugh that party measures. Mr. Green also pheonlx avenue and Eighth message" of peace tad good will. A

F'rJ'e: wish all of you a Merry to Gainesville Monday after Founders Company representative In Lakeland and Mrs. P. M Pad- I WOK assigned to membership treet feeler Clark, 28, the prisoner choir singing In a "Noel little,nearby Noel."church Charlie was

r. .. Christmas and a happy New Year. noon. from their Atlanta office, wasa gett In Palmetto and will also attend ion the Immigration committee. serving a 10-year sentenceat form live years old and full of l +

ff' East End Grocery. visitor In Starke Thursday.O. the State Baptist conVentlonat the farm, was arrested at the faith III the things that matter ) l

.. Good variety pail candy at J. Bradenton, Dec. 12th to the girl's home here He told polleeof was dancing round t f.1'allv I y
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t' ville. was business visitors In ting his daughter: Miss Thelma coming here on several previous "Look. Duddy what Santa Claus

Starke Monday.\ Supt. and Mrs. H. B. Wiggins who'Is, attending Bradford High Hugh L. Brownlee Jr., who Is A turkey shooting match for 25 nights to see the "girl, but Warden left for met I 'N' a letter with' It

have had as their guest recentlyher School the latter part of this a student in the Alabama Polytechnic head of turkeys will be held at HI Itch declared that his Investlga an' evvyfliln', Look."

George W. Thomas of Stuart sister, Mrs. W. M. Wilson of week. Institute, Auburn Ala., filling station near forks of Hampton tIn( which: resulted In the discharge Suites aroused himself anti read :

.'.. was visiting his brother E. M. Lake City. will arrive Saturday to spend the and Brooker road on Friday of Roberta, Indicated the when"I was-I cleaning up your house f.
the kid's
saw stocking hungup
Thomas several days last week. George Dobell has. returned to Christmas holidays with his parents afternoon starting at one o'clock prisoner's story to be untrue, and and remembered about Christ-

Mr. and Mrs.\ W. O. Strlngfel- Starke after spending several Mr. and Mrs. II. L. Brown- Everybody: come and win a tur. Indicated that the one trip was all mas. Hate to do anybody a bad

Mrs. Homer B. Llmbaugh and low and children of Palatka, were months on his ranch In Cando N.D. lee. key. It. that Clark had made away from turn on Christmas Eve. Here's a
visiting relatives In Lawtey and and will spend the winter with S the farm.
children of the State Farm, were buck for the buoy's Christmas

... shopping In Starke Tuesday. Starke Sunday. his mother, Mrs. D. 1. Ames. Allen's Parlor Furnace has patented A splendid program was carried Look out for your silver and other .
heat radiating fins and old Greenville -More than valuables some other night. t ..
out last Sunday' evening at -- fifty tobacco
liMiketl In Mitchell's cane at. F. Klcllter's. cheer-the Ideal Not so long ago: Jflbea bad taken
Have
Wanted : Colored girl to do general : you time fireside the Presbyterian church the! occasion growers of Madison county
house work. Apply Mrs. W. A.Sterns' Window -.- Christmas gift. Jones HardwareCo. being: the Union YoungPeople's attended the meeting called by the prizes at Sunday school. /
that the
It. Mrs. C. F. Sayles. who was call Funny only Issenn he
;t residence. Christian Endeavor meet. chamber of commerce and which could think of Was
now shoot
Miss Patsy Brlnsoji. of Fiftone. ed here on account of the death of In. The deputation team having was held' In Madison. Less than thief who repented bI time another -

Useful appreciated novelty gifts spent the week-end with her broth her father the late Col. C. L. Peek J. W. Andrews Jr., O. J. Grlffls. charge of the program the sub 600 acres were planted to tobacco and won the first guaranteed pass

for everyone at Marguerite's. er-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs.: has returned to her home In MI- Leo Wiggins and Lonnie Harl ject for the evening being "Play- In the county this year, but If through! the (pearly gates of heaven.'

J. E. Corpenlng. ami. ley l wete business visitors to Jacksonville Ing the Game of Life" were:' liar. the enthusiasm shown by the far- Jabe Gorm would have give

1 K .'T. A. Brlnson of Flftone. spent -. Monday. Leo Wiggins< and olJ Wahl, Edwin Edrls,. Ernest mers at thin special tobacco meet- a hand to call that ml'etlolliladi.

Jfj. tk Friday In Starke with his daughter 38-plece decorated dinner sets. .. It the latest. compacts and, Lonnle Harley remained over until Grose George Foster, R. C. Ileat- Ing Is! maintained It Is estimated Hut they were gone their several

v v '* Mrs. J. E. Corpenlng., Make fine Christmas presents fjl'hltl.... at Mlt<.Iiir". Thursday to attend the tractor ty and Stewart Austin, all of the that at least 1,000 acres will be ways.. Not for months could they

n' Hull's Store. school at the Ford plant.A University of Florida. Gainesville'/ seeded for 1928. Those present all be together again.
The church bell.
Mr. and Mrs. Horace Wilson and Final grading Is being done this Mr. Wahl had charge of the meet- signed up for a total of about 800 more. To .'.* .. form pealed they seemedto one
-'"' children of Gainesville were visiting Owen Griffin who Is attending week on several of the streets In tine turkey ready dressed and Ing and Mr. Austin the singing. acres and the chamber of commerce sing, "Too* late too late toe

relatives In Starke Saturday. Jacksonville Business College readiness for pouring the con- other choice meats for the holiday These young men remained tar Intends to follow up the successful lut. <>. ton late ." I'e1 ,'
spent the week-end with his mother crete. Ninth street will be among season at Highway Market the evening church service gesture and make sure that ( IflT. w,..... "......_ Oahe'

Levy. Canova of Jacksonville Mrs. Lila Griffin. the first'to be paved. this amount and possibly several

:\\,1' .'spent last... !eek-end with his Due to changing position of the .\11.... .ikMaat fc.|MTrtfn perfunirn hundred acres more >are actually

y';: another. MrsiJJuntce Cauova.f Latest style dresses, coats and I Wanted:- Wash woman ,must call ore, hydrant corner of. Call and I sndpowdere" at MlfrhrlPs.. planted. ....


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imU>KOItl> COUNTY TKLKOKAPH. 8TARKK, FLORIDA FRIDAY DECEMBER 10, 1O27
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:. -'- -- added After washing!': with this l HINTS TO HOl'MKWIVKS Heat intense enough to can Jacksonville Saturday afternoon.

f solution, then spray or wash the meat Is obtained by the steam pres- Mrs. J. S. Rosier Lucille 'and

1 1l floors, ceilings! dropping hoards The canning of Meats on the sure canner and the use of hot Eugene Forsyth were the guests
r Farmers & Farming and roosts with a disinfectant, farm Is a part of good business pack method; and all the different of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Pringle \

such as croolln, lysol, or carbolic management. It Is particularly meats beef veal, pork and their Sunday.
t+ add 1 In 3 to 5 percent strengths valuable when home butchering Is byproductpoultry., fish and Mr. and Mrs. L. Grime and babyof
or use formaldehyde solution of animals are all canned by Starke spent the week-end herewith
game
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(By' Agricultural) Editor) done as a good supply of meat
l 4 to 8 percent! strength I may be had for the table during this process. This process is very relatives.

.. --.. .. _- I 3. Spade up !grounds constituting i ALIfC13.PALMER the entire year at about half the simple and similar to the methods Mr and Mrs. Bryant Redding,
the runs for poultry. ,I used for canning vegetables, ex spent Tuesday of last week here
price that the meat would
Farmers and Truckers Are Invited to Contribute Articles same
4. Remove droppings at least iI slightly the guests of Mr. Reddln '
cost If In small rept that meats require a !: parents
of Farm Experiences and Methods Found II once a week In order to keep prl'rfti]i I ", I = vVAS Christmas In the Eve smnlltown nnd from the purchased butcher. Deelf pork pieces and longer time for sterilization. Mr. and Mrs H. F. Redding.Mr. .

To lie Host", Suited to Our Country Ises sanitary C '. everything: of Uobhlnsdalfl I veal are typical farm products and Selection of Moat. for Canning and Mrs. R. S. Rosier and
B. The N'llIntloors, dropping and fish must spent Sunday with
i / was bubbling over with when canned by the best methods Meat fowl game daughters Mr.
/ hoards, and roosts should I I known be In perfect condition to be can I and Mrs. C. A. Pringle.
I JQ) the true holiday spirit today. These meats furnish -
___ be applications of a meat Robert and Truby Grime
given frequent I IHIJ'onK i lirlllluntly I lighted Just palatable and nutritious ned. Cooking tainted may of
kerosene emulsion solution ,I t'liiUtiim trees, bolly, wreaths and food as fresh moat The fact destroy the bacteria present but Glenn St. Mary spent Sunday with
SPUDS AND MARY PLAN or a mixture of crude petroleum'', bells shone. through the windows of that the meat Is ready to serve will not destroy the poison already, their parents, Mr. and Mrs. John

and kerosene In order to l preventthe >> most every homo in town ; while thereby saving time and convenience formed by I them. Meat aboutwll..h Grlffls.
breeding!,: of external parasites each church jolted In with its usual also further there Is the least bit of sus- .
TO DEVOTE MORE TIME gives reasons
such us lice mites, and the chicken Yuletide celebration.A for its conservation picion should not be used. CHIPS
Curbolenlum l Is also snow storm the day !before bad ,
tick of
very Remember a !good: grade canned -
white If In In small towns It la. practical
clothed the town In as
... TO CULTURAL THINGS useful for this purpose. preparation. for tho great holiday... for people to cooperate with farmers meat cannot be expected from County Agent Sam Sherard Is
B, loaning of the It with the local Parent-
Frequent I meat which would not be good 1 working
The children Just knew that It xxns I probably buy a quarter of
and feeding troughs Is ea- served Immed- Teacher's Association In Okeechobee
-- drinking It cooked and -
-- --- ------ sent on purpose do that Santa beef, butcher one or two bogs and were
( By Spuds. Johnson.) find, he replied. "They didn't, mean ,xentlul. Clans could come In his loaded also put up their own meats. When iately. !Meat must be well bled County In beautifying their
about thin time u filing to me. I looked at many 7. Isolate any sick birds from sleigh and till! their stockings.!,: meat Is thus secured at a compar- clean and protected from dust and school grounds. Good results have
Along every of them but [ roudn't Kt't' their I the healthy ones and burn ull birds Hut amidst] all this joy and. beauty atively low price it Is a temptation flies. Meats are ready for pre- been accomplished.Winter .
year nioHt of us begin!: to look Imrk mnsHnge./ I was disappointed" that die of any rouse: whatever. there was one sad family who to it and paration for the cnnner as soon as
and. make n mental survey of what I I'eiliaps, many' of us have had, a lived ut the far end of Mnln street. use extravagantly the animal het has disappeared. broilers are being grown
eat large of it while
a portion
wo have mconipllslied, during!,: the similar experience. That bringsnut .\ year. We say to ourselves that await the fact that we is v.\i-f.\ni.i: their eldest son, flay had been lost Duval County; reports II. B.Lans-
are
Iml.i'l .on the field of blltUt11 th t'r.. only a great waste of the meat
we we will try to do Homo things/ tiidhig| !': nil of our time on material mother and the four remaining children supply but Is very unhealthfuland ..........+...+.......*. den assistant county agent. Onlya
next your, that we haven't done at things mid letting/ the spiritual I few poultrymen have It so far,
wore ,seated within the living uses meat that should last
all this 1>I your mill. oilier things/ wo side of our natures die for lack of Gainesville Fla. Deo.- Newspapers up KVKIUJHEKV but they are well pleased.
In silence while the happy .
room over a longer period of time. >
(Mrs. ) A. Itosler Cor.)
ln belter One I thing
will try to nourishment, of Florida are strongly backing ----
celebrations were In full swing on .
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Canning of the poultry la both .
Hint Mary and I have decided to We are making plans to help out up the work of the county and fall Bides of them. Each one was profitable and practical. When ........................ New farmers continue call on
do next year In to spend more time with Home neighborhood slugs home demonstration agents. This ''filled with thoughts/ of other years the agents for advice. Those who
mid money for what In usually I Hint are to be hold Most of us fact Is clearly brought out by the I mad how happy they had been. 1 Each the market Is. indifferent or over Evergreen Dec. 16-Mrs. Mag- are not familiar with Florida con-

railed cultural things.To / ,dent MinI enough; anyhow. Weexperience report of Miss Motelle Madole I isnwUIons of the heavily loaded loaded, It saves the expense of gie Forsyth left Saturday for Jacksonville ditions find that they cannot afford -
begin with we are going to emotions while slngIIIK agent/ In Hlllshorough county Clirl'itmns tree Kleutnlng In nil Its feeding and caring for extra chick- where she will spend two to pass up the opportunity to
of / 'beauty while their son find brother ens.-the surplus cockerels and weeks with her daughter, !Mrs Roy
try to see and appreciate moro i : that' we do not /get at any other (Kant I ), for the month of Novem get expert advice merely for the
his Santa's out- hens. Besides home
I the wn.idcifiil. benuty that IH all I presided over it In I unproductive Saunders; asking.
time. Our radio brings/ us some ber. with
lit. Thus they sat speechless canned chickens Is delicious. In
here In our Mesdames J.
day Rosier Maggie
S.
around lay every tine music but It l In not quite like During month Miss Madolo bed- ,
one lumps In their throats, until
I fact It Is just as good as the
Wo to visits and Leslie McCIellnn citizen of Lake
Hint are going: Forsyth A public spirited
'taking part In It yourself. wrote 40 articles for the newspapers f tllIIp. One by one they retired freshly cooked and has the added
(around more, mid see Rome of the :( were visitors to Starke Wednes North has given four pens of fine
finish their vl-
..broken-hearted to
I Now all thin does not mean that of )her. county, and when published virtue of at hand.
being always
sights. I that people from all over we are going; to let up I on our fight!: they made n total of more JHlons In the fur-oft clrenmlnnd. I Fish and likewise be day.Mr. pure bred Buff Orpington pulletsto
the i-ountry come to Florida to Bee I with the bug and other enemieswe than 300 column Inches of spate. ; When quietness covered Its cloak game can and !Mrs. A. B. Hosier and 4-lI club boys in the Everglades.
and seeing, we ure going to try toappreciate. have to fare every day. We Thin would cover two pages of a over the little town and the chil perfectly preserved by canningand baby of the State Farm spent the The boys will raise chicks from
Of all people, It. seems dren's stockings were nil waitingfor all their delicious fresh flavor the donated and return the
week-end with !Mrs. Hester Sapp. pens
are going!': to work Just as hard as standard. size dully or all the
.. folk who live In the Santa Claus the midnight flyer retained. to the agent
to me that same number county
Mesdames J. E. Rosier Heater
ever before, and I believe we will of a small weekly.
reading( space
ought to be In closer har- (pulled In, dropping off a lone passenger Principles of :Meat Canning
country with nature. and her many accomplish more when we rearrange She has a regular!,: column for -a soldier boy. He had come ( Because of the high protein con- Sapp and Cohen Peele were visitors next spring. .

mony beauties than other. As a our schedule to Include a the discussion' of home domnstra- ito' surprise his family on the (glorious tent of meat the density of Its tex to Raiford Wednesday of last High Springs-White way light

this Is not any true. few minutes each day for the en- tlon work In each of the papers Christmas holiday Not having ture and the moisture present It week. ing system to be Installed In cer-
rule Another thing we are going to joyment of the beautiful and spirItual published In Plant City, the Plant :heard of the false report of his forms a favorable medium for the B. E. Rosier spent last week In tain streets of Hamilton Estates.
things of life.Suggestions City Courier, and the Plant City death he had come to be their growth of bacteria. Jacksonville.Mr. Dr.nford-New cold storage
do IH to buy and read a few good
:Santa Clans!, ns of old.
books. In these days a farmer Is Enterprise. Notices of meetings As be was hurrying home he met The principle of canning Is to and Mrs. Jesse Saunders of plant at Bradenton Ice factory op-
expected to keep abreast of the For and the results of projects! are en old schoolmate, who told him kill the bacteria that are In the Clay county spent the week-end ened for business.

times just aa much as any businessor written up every week.BartowFirefighting. the end story of how his family meat in the water and In the air with Mrs. Saunders' parents. ]Mr. European market for Florida

professional man and most of Disease ControlOn had mourned thinking him lend ; In tins or jars 'bu!, sufficient cook- and Mrs. C. A. Pringle. lumber Increased greatly during
us do not read enough to do It. truck ad- and that they had not joined In the Ing at the proper temperature. R. S. Rosier was a visitor to last year.
subscribed ded to fire department here.StuartSoutheastern 'usual holiday festivities.!!
Of course we have always Poultry Farms ---
Suddenly a beautiful surprise .
the home and Ice Company
to paper '
filled his consciousness! and with
the farm papers but next year preparing to build packinghouse "
(the aid of his friend he scoured' the
we are going to take two or three Gainesville Kid. Dec.-The following for Martin county Cooperative town from end to sod. frantically .

good magazines that we have been poultry. pointers suggestedby Association here. awakening! nil the storekeepers.
wanting for some time. Dr. A. L. Shealy, veterinarianof Tallahassee-$13.250 contractlet Loaded r.'", gifts and with his

Not long ago one of my neigh- the Extension Station will prove for repaving Guinea" street.

bors visited a big city. He had always helpful to Florida poultrymen In Daytona Beach "Morning Tab"Is AGIFTFrom .
wanted to go through one of their fight to keep down diseases, : here. IiO
new paper being published
the large art galleries, no when the 1. Itemove and burn all rub
the opportunity come ho took advantage bish litter or trash which may be Orlando--Contract let for hard-
of U. When he returned on the premises and In the houses surfacing Garland street south of
home I asked him what he In which birds are kept. Livingston and north of RoblnBOII. -

s thought of the ,great works of art 2. Wash the floors ceilings, .
that he had seen. An expression I dropping boards mid roosts with I Pen"acola-Thl.. place planning

of disappointment came over him hot water to which lye has been for big canning, factory A .

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II .,.. ? > gs a ,' ) I they proceeded. homeward while
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II'I Kidding his companion a Merry
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window and carefully ascended -
I to the living room. Here he I

M trimmed the tree, hanging( all the
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I placing the larger ones upon the

1- rMiYr!! $ tp4 floor When beneath I iMwns completed he Iny < s' ,< I

down upontbe' old couch of his
childhood. and dreamed. hnppy
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Kindness ns theirs had been one

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Hero tie, remained In silence' his

r.a3: {; yt -. -.2:> (.. 1 r 'r..x' heat tilled with joy until (hrl..t-.
*i,. Inns morn. As he beheld the sun
? ;sa" cP' 3 a a
k y : : glimmering upon the snowcoveredscene One day in the year we make good resolutions-and spend .

mu king diamonds. ,
r d ?:. :.x.Mana.A: Z' n p\ ,. Y.e where, he renlUcd that It wait"vl'rY'1 the other 364 in breaking them. Instead of waiting till

a e atwr.a4ens Aealse q dewlMs. one of the most gorgeous! ChrlMinnsdnys
lie bad ever Itnesseil., lie New Year's to resolve that you will start a bank accountdo -
hurriedly dressed, himself Iji a
bright, new Santa outfit his heart it now.

.1 I wildly thumping! ns he did. so; and!

vt' ( e II I he had just. vented himself henentli We wager that if you start your bank account now and puta
the glowing tree, when" he heard
i his!! clear old mother's soft fmnlllar little aside every week for the next month, you'll find
footsteps' the
I \ upon stairway
I He listened, breathlessly while yourself with at least one resolution that you won't want'to .
o1W I iWlr' 'she descended. and, panned through

I the hnllwny into Ito kitchen. Then break. . ,
seen the old fnmlllnr odors of coffee

e'C and lie could middle'''' hardly cakes contain came floating himself, In.as Savings accounts in this bank pay 4 per cent interest, com-

9thLc [ he wanted with caresses.to rush out With nnd shl'er11I smotherher pounded quarterly. Deposits made by the 5th of the month


I power family lie was remained called to silent breakfast.until the draw interest from the first.

IhtwasT Then little Ruth stole Into the
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f SonIa had left her anything. She

gave a scream of delight as she beheld -
1'1 E- the marvelous tree loaded, with .
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J- r gifts nnd Santa himself actually
A SENSIBLE;: I1KICK HOfSK erous In number give bright cheer good bed rooms, a bath plenty of sitting beneath It. LA
THAT WILL LAST FOR ful Interiors. closet space and a large wardrobe The next moment the whole family WTEY

YK.tKH! WITH FEW: ItKPAIRS The plans arrangement l Is good. connecting to the principal bedroom stood wlde-eyed, Razing upon '
One enters Into a vestibule and the scene before them too surprised .

(By R. C. Hunter & Bro. Archts. thence Into a large living room. I A large attic Is provided as l Is to utter a single word.
New York.) The stairs are so laid out that they also a cellar. Thoughts of a practical Joke by STATE
their friends
came to them and
This house has those desirable serve all rooms with but little hall Since' this house measures 43 they hardly knew what to do or
qualities of endurance that make space. The arrangement of the feet :3 I inches across the front, a soy. Tears came to mother's eyes .
for low upkeep cost. Brick walls : kitchen Is noteworthy lot with a frontage of 55 feet to with the memories of her lost son.
and a slate roof are practically Im- On one side Is the sink beneath Is required which provides for Just ns father was I going to
mune from deterioration and last a window with a cupboard the necessary driveway on one side speak. (toy. their own eon. pulled BANK
for years without repairs. When on either side and beneath the and proper clear space on the other the mask from his face and smiled
one builds of these materials one drainbo ards, On the opposite wallIs side. a "Merry rtirlstmns."
{ builds for permanency. the range while the breakfast Complete working plans and
The design of the house l Is a nook Is built In one end while the specifications of thla house may LAWTEY, FLORIDA:
thoroughly modern American entrance to the dining room l Is at be obtained for a nominal sum
adoption of the English style. the other end I from the Building Editor. Referto
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mllfllof':: ) : ( : 0 Doc: 3, to attend the funeral' of Repossessed ; rPz"1J
, -wh 1 r_.packages are stacked high ''Ford's New Prices I her brother-in-law there who died all '

, OB th. biff tnhle "Sum you give ;
suddenly. Stock office Furniture
'em out," snyg grandfather. And very
you tackle the Job. Kverybody: Is Are Announced I Mr, 011<1Irs.! C II, Clark were Fixtures and

pleased, or prc'twicls to ho, with entertained at dinner at the' home Equipmcn!

And Uncle of Mr. and Mrs. J.;. P. Cans hey
what he or she gets l.51 3MOH V
I lliu.gr.. is From $! ;M .1 To JM7O. For WOOD aiclDHSKS sT. U ,
I'eter nlclle up to you with $0111'bme Sunday Due. 4,
of Hgars In his. hand, and New Ciirn, <\>iiipnny I'I1..ft'fl Mr. and !Mrs.\ J. II. Lawrence CHAIRS

gays with a /grin "You hit me and daughter, Helen, were shopping FIMOS SAFES .

where 1'11I'enl(." I'rwenH are f>.'tl'oll. Pec. 1..-Prices of the In Jacksonville Saturday. SI1OWCASKS RUGS
viewed reviewed and right In APDINC1 MACHI.VK3TYPiWliIT13R3 :
and new Ford! car Riven out here lust Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Ogden and
the inld"t of, It mother, culls "Dluuer -
Is ready." night show a range of from $3S5 family' wero entertained at dinner CHECK WRITERS

i You all pour Into the dining room to 1570 for the various types of at the home of Mr. and !Mrs. C. II. Uvi-rythlnu for Ihe buKlnemn noun *

There are eighteen of you at the pleasure cars and $460 to $810 Clark Monday Dec. 5. and oitlce. New nnil rcconctltlonml.freltflit .

tatili'. Ycnir fiillier Hits lit one end for the various truck types. Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Kline of Plttshurtr. paid. to any point In Florida
or UpurKliv.KM
and jour mother nt the other. And The various types and their Pu., who linve been upending ,! III..... VOI'It MO\HY
jou ore at'your mother's right. prices f. o. b. Detroit follow: several weeks at the home of

Your father asks the blessing; then Tudor sedan. $495.00; Fordorjsed.in their daughter Mrs.\ C. M\ Welmniaii. Perdue Office Furniture' .
grandfather: curves the turkey.There ,left Tuesdny for short B .I".,,.
a
I $570.00; coupe, $495.00:
Is a .lolly clutter. Plates are I Company I
roadster, .185.00; $385.00; roadster trip through tho southern part
passed! until each !has made the clri -
i cult nnd received Its load of good with plok-tip body 395.00; ,' of the mate before their return j U'K"\ 11.1.":, n.uiiiiiA Sjtlake fills Christmas; last

things. und chassis, $325.00. to Pittsburgh.Mrs. Lurir"Nt "xl'helve CRlnbllKhment oftho

After nil hnve enten all they etm Trucks: Truck and chassis, Wm. Pierce, soprano' assisted klml In tha South.

I hold, jour mother pushes buck I $460.00; truck chassis with cab, by !Miss Donna Korr. reader, --- -- for. thousands of miles
her chnlr and rises nil follow .
.' 4 ; jou $545.00 ; truck chassis with cab will hold a recital Wednesday! eve .
-...-.-- suit. And your grandfather, oiijato und ning. Dec. 14, at tho'! \\ Oman's
'1)) HKt I It'. (front to get j-our mother, "Sully, that wtisa express bUlly, $600 00 ; truck
house o'clock for the
Club at 8
;:n home for Christinas! i fcie:, .dinner" ; and, L'nclo Itoh adds. chassis\ with cab and stake budy, I Grove'sTasteless Buick for 1928 combines exquisite beauty
\benefit of tho phurch choir An I
rt} :You Imve IHH-II nwny "Yes, I think I can get along all i $610.00; truck chassis with cab with unmatched and
for iduilHslon, of twenty-five cents will get-away, power
1 the first time.1 In jour right now until flipper.' plutform body, $591.00

It:_ -..Ji life, hnldbig down a jolt The family gifts biuk Into the I The prices given out by the lu charged. handling ease.

a tlioiiHiind, miles from living room. Mlngo; comes In and Ford Motor Car Co., represent an --
.the home town, but now you're on I puts more wood, on the tire, ami j Increase over the cost of the old "If farniln' don't get no better
: select
'j into-our showroom and
jour way honiu for Christinas, 1'011'.1 the (lumen shoot up the throat oftho .Model T machines wjth the exfceptlon soon 'round hero," said the colored Chill Tonic Sttjt today
ing Into a country tliut you chimney. "I ain't too good togo
none
of man the model which is best suited
,all about. I I Talk lags., on,1, Cousin. Nat nslts I ono Ijpe, the Tudor, se buck to prlnrhill.r.bro"kll: to yourfami1y'

You are the first oni oft the I you, "'\110 was the most precocioushild (lull. The f. o. b, price of the Tudor Highways. Stops Malaria, Restores needs. Pay on the liberal G. M.
train, 81\(11 the first throiiKh the mentioned, the UllJle''ou Model f car was $493 the Strength and Energy. It

Father nnd rnotlior are there Itute'l answer glibly, "Job; lip cursed l the same us> that of the new type. Purifies! and Enriches the Bloocl. A. C. time payment plan. We'll make

ing for >ou. Mother IniRi nn< day he wag born." "You've heard The old Fordor sedan sold for You can feel its Strengthening

kisses you Trltliout a01'(1, hut that one before, says Nat.: $545, or $25 less than the Model Invigorating Effect ((50c. delivery on Christmas day-or whenever

(there la a tightening oC her arms I Then you give Nut this me : A cur of the game type The, new (Pl..nt to Take)

.that gpi'tiki' much. Pntlier. fhnkcsihiuidn coupe price represents an Increase For colds grip you prefer.
with jon henrllly nnd HU'II.VelJ F.very Inclw In thin land ,
Has niilla nch hand $10 over that of the old I
twoniy > lof
upon ; type.
( \When, my yon boy,reach you're the limiting cur, fllle there I" And Klvo ihu and twenty la. true on without hnnda deceit.nnd feet; The new sport coupe Jt!. an Innovation and flu take Il 'mMiinmiwniiti.Huiiii.iiiij.i... "

are grimdfiitbc'r anil grandmother, I as fur us Ford machines ik
,and Aunt Jeniilo" and Aunt .Molly ; "Say that ngnln," asks Aunt aro concerned, no similar typo LAND : :7a 1J or'
Eleanor. You repeat the (doggerel, --l lI ; :
;end tlicy all act an thouch they I having been manufactured, I ly the ;.
never liid: Keen nnyojie In their company. SURVEYING

lives! Ionic HO Rood, to then) us you 1 The phaeton or touring cur, of .

,You side climb Into the front gent nlonft- .. 'the old type Hold for $3 O. while Subdividing Drain Christmas '
your father.I ll.
the '
Ice
new type pi Is $295 The
It Is Christum .morning/ and,
I
.1 old tjpu roadster was priced at age Systems \ ,
[most folks are at home, lint jon ,
.see m Tccnslomil acqunlntiince and, 1350, the new Is $385, and the uldtypu Accurate Work

'jwnvo jour htmU gnjly und gliout, loudsler with pick-up" body I ..

('Merry Christinas r" And, one or sold for $3S1 us compared with H. E. Lagergren REGISTER MOTOR CO.

I two stop out from" the xldewalk and, $395 for the new cur. The old

I stop yen. and any.; "Well, I'll he type hare chassis j>rlce" is $300 i Starke, Fla. TARKE FLORIDA C'
'Joftfnnod !I" and tdinko hitnd with the new $325.Similar Relieves the I 1 >v (It ( ,: :, ; :

you and tell you how &slncl; they congestion j'JII, '."_',, ,' ," '" urin''. ti' __ ''' 'Al'TOMOIIII.l < .
lucrejittcs' ure shown l lu !!!! !!!!!!! : 2 tnn'jHmitmii.gtnnimr ''' WIIHV! IIICT1 KI ': i ,1\ IIIVII.T lll'IfKVII.1. Tlfll.D THEM
ore to see >ou. prevents complications,
You aro out of town now, speedIng tho trucks as comparison of prices and hastens 'KJ f vnrri n
tho ol which fololws: recovery.POINTER'S \4'I'I.lt': 0'I'U'I'1 OF II \ I.. _
over rcmd (hut ruim ulonit
the river that beautiful, wide, blue Truck.ehusHU, ( !Model A) I4BO ; fJOlcLt O'JtV.li: '
river where In summer pvvnmnnd tuuk.' chassis (Model! T), $375 H'elly, notlc.. I.. alvon thllt "ntler
you ; ,,,.. .
.I vII" .r hilt
y "" I I'"rl'l'' '" 11 on I
,
hunted and caught: fish, nndIn truck, chasNlH with cab (:Model A ) '...1..... "r ro,..'<'I..III'.. IIIn.l" hy 'heJ
waiter hunted clucks. There $515.I;; old tijm. $ 150; truck chassis ..,ltC" lOr I h. 2.11 h. .1".1 10'1..I l'trl'''It, J JI

down t the road comes u fumllliir Us-/ with cub and express body, i : 'W: riftl: ; I : ":: 1-,; : .n {: r. "r t '

ure with a gun: on his shoulder andO ; I" r" vor or t.JII"'h (j rllll n".1 1111;"I"el
$KOO. uld type' $515 truck hus-
( clou lit. his lie heels rec.-ognls'.rs I It: N you ChlicitAndrews. n I' HIH with cub und Htuko; body ( Modi \ Simon Pure Citrus I :': I'1 '.! III ;. o I 'l rl,: ':" 'II,: ,':.I;I::', ;": .e.)", ,: grades of"Sr.Wl&WCr

.
.I l Al.. Slttl similar .. "''' '''' .." R 1< """" M..t.'r. witton
hundred feet nvvuv nnd crlim -lovously. I i 0 i 1110 tviiM-. .nri- Ifr r"r e" e In rrn"t of I he Soulh

".Merry Chrl tnm* !' l hejells. : The Chlffonnler Your Father Gave vlously produced, ) truck chusls anilJem :i o :f* ;ourt l'oiiNP' it iurA, motor oil
Your fufher 'with KlI- M." i, durliiff the l-wnl hmim orHII
stops( the cur. You for culi 1I11(11)1atlfo1II body (Mod-
a Birthday Present. lo MI Mtinday Jan. ami' 11HJ8\ to
and MHI and, <'limit! grip luiniHJillllll i' Ic'l! AI) $5115. old! typo,$525. (; Farm; Crop I tinhlwhttHt, 1..1.I |>HNt LiMiliT. for, ra"htlict
} 1'111Ind(: 10 KI!<' JOII," mid' are required to do fn RlIlllnun.1 I OlllclalH pointed out that the ,I' fulhiWlliH: : : ijr>Hfrtbu.I: JiropOftV: : '* ., lyntf I is riJftf-'foPyour motor
ho "How n ml Itt'inwr lu Jlriulfoi 1 l ( i>unty
cajx long lire ><'m goIng uJlIllI.I new type car differs radically from F E K T I L I Z E II S.tr Kloilila., to-wlt-:
to Im licinuT' ".\ week) ," joureply. ""',. uoiiseiiMe !I" declared,' CousinJolui. :
t the Model T type and offers little -- "rh.' 1:11"1: hnl' "r :';orfl.n.t 'I"nr.
1.'IIIt! unil ilnmlyt"' miyshe I I 1..1' ulI.1 Norlh.t '111"1'10'1' ur NOI'lh-
enlhiisliioilrnlly. "Iherc: Is Hit..* "Hold on !" guy* <'<>usln Nnt."There opportunity for comparison. ......t 'I Ult.1..1' nt H""I h..nel. 'J""rh'r
biggest Hock of I I .. ,", ,, 1.1. ""'eo '111"1... 0' Ho"'hh. '
wild turkeys I I1'1' -Is some cntcli" In the.
*u\v In Cednr, ." 1'lIl1l"tlilltIon. *....*....****.....*.... .., cor N"lhWI',1" '1'1'' 0' Nnrlh-_
over Ami .
swamp' ; and while tho rest continued I "TUU: TH.nSU: ""1 '1"1<'1' "d J Il"t hAIr nr Nnl'lh
,the '|iimll arc ns thick UN gra.shopjpers to ...lI7.7he. tiikes out n fltOlTKHTKU" "....t 'l"nl''I' cor Nurll.", ..... ".","'Ie,' ",
this We'll nnd J Keystone HeightsI : I ; i ;N< "riii*'iiHt quuriT in HIM "Ion JH,
yenr. start Home'thins. pencil mi envelope nnd writes ,
TitwnNhfit' R Mouth
KnnK-H 2U Runt.
,' ." The cnr moves on. the thing' down. "I've got 111"! he I I I .. 1MU. llrlrn Oicilrn.. C... ;IOHH rlKht nf wttv of Ht.ita llltfliwiuy.
You lire tiirnlni; In at tho home nnnomicex, nnd reads: Our Uraiuls are the Acknow- NO. 1 lt.:i ,'oiitulnltiK1 110 iii-ruv mn., or
.
....................... ItfHM. *
place ; jou aro purring: up Hie avenue ledttul Stuiidnrd by which J. T FnA7.JoI:
to the house. Cousin Nut and Evrry lady In thin Inrrt hag twenty I Keys tone Heights. Uc>c 9.-The "' jx'clal* I A1ttHi4r.
'[Cousin Hill hove jour grip and Upon each nnlla:hand five and I I KeystoiiH HeightsVomn Club Growers of Florida hare I ,.: :\f JOHNfl.Hollfltor I.
: "
twenty ,
hat and on judged all fertilizers fur fur Com 'la I nt,
overcoat and carry them to hnntla and feet.Kvorjbody | hold Us annual Chrlatnms buzaari p tin

(I your Suddenly room.I joii u.k.'hel'e's IIIIIKHS and Uncle) ,i Thursday, und, Friday, evenings l, "neurly<;i\lnjc forty nil \to yearn.run for wlmtn 12-2-Bt-12-30 Whatever type or' make of car you drive

''Dncle ?" fJcorgp says, "That's n good one f'II f '('. 1-2. at the club house. The A JlljCt'81 of tlio riulforni
Harry Grandmother answers ; ltd iiiMliMul uf KHH| nil of it
is
1 / for sweet-
hull to enjoy a
"Hurry conldn't come. Hela then the conundrums fly thick and : wux appropriately decorated I wo ritii fur nlntt easy you
wo n'vc,
fur he fust. Hefore you kuovv It the family with the Chilstmus colors, and an )
so owiiy felt he shouldn't I 1 U tlm iicilic'y i>fT1IK Doyle E. Carlton running full-powered motor and
,ileavc his huslnp** no loner." You Is culled In to vnt cold< turkey "extraordinary: vuiloty of utlrnetlveulfts 1 1i

lure dlsuppolntpd' for L'ncle Hurry and other IKIngs left from were on dlnplay u.t both the E. O. PAINTER Caiiilliliitu. for fiovcriicirUOYUJ greatest economy.
I IJIJ your farlloIIH'le, and, jouIiuvo dinner. I ancy work and novelty bol hs. The i
hot'ii looking forward, especially You spend, the e'l'nlncrll'kln/!: :; latter Included also urtlclus turned FERTILIZER CO. I I I All grades of "Standard" Motor Oil

to noi'lng him. 'Jokes, and jou pop! corn, cat ciind.v. to the exchange: ) department. Avery ...Ju'"sns11.1,1':, i,'I.A.
Yon nil nit clown In the large and commit I vnrlons J1I.II'onollllcpnormltieH. unUine feature of the bazaar I protect moving parts and resist heat.
'living' room before the criicMIng, Who ('lIr'II' Christmas
fragrant !I..Of! lire In tho his;!; llreIihice. roincs hut once n jeur! What Jtonp. wits the parcel post booth where j j jI Just be sure to use the right grade.
should feel logy tomorrow donations of out-of-town friends of C1t.'ImCOFFINS
.
All are talking at once. It Consult the Chart.STANDARD
Then. mother ny., "M digit and, It Is! worth It. To 'veryhndy's members ,of the club were, placed & CASKETS .
''JUurla lira In the kitchen.. Don't I rprlse! (he tnll clock In the hull and Hold, unopened for ten cents

:.you want to HOO hem?" Mlngonnd booms twelve. And thi.* folks Buy ,' uiuli. The candy bouth where a and a Full LIn of COMPANY

Marlu helped mine )'ou. good-night: and, go tu bed.Ami I number of boxes of homemadecundy ,..co..o"'no. IN 'UNTUC:""
You open the kitchen door and you 1(0( up to your 1'0001- : were sold for as little us Undertakers' Supplies

,Mlnf anil, Marln their hlnck faces he room you always IIUTO hud and I lUll cents was perhaps the most
''Shining with alTeclliii. greet yoii. nlwaj'* will have. The 4lghls I are booth both AUTOMOBILE IIBARSBkand. "
popular evenings. Much
m., There Is u cheery tire on the
liearlu.' The bedclothes turned attention was attracted also by A'n .> TkOi _. ..rot_ STANDARDMOTOR
are .. .. .
UWMI prlcw.CvnClon 111..
down nnd jour pnjuinns laid out. the work of Mrs C. II. Clark, artist Im tol..npk .*.**. ,
'our mother 1ms noon there. Yu who hud a number of pulntKS KGISTBRCU tMUAlMMMUEWITT

close the door nnd look nround. ; on display.> Sandwiches! and
There Is the chllTonnler thatyosrfather coffee wero served Thursday, evenings C. JONES OIL F

gave you for a MrthduyI at thn refresment booth STARK E FLA. .
find, slxtv neiinle Were ,Hitrvnrl. nt
jou picked It out yourself with -
chicken mippjr Friday. mHmnmtmJlIlfIllffflCl:
jour mother ; nnd you nm! Khe selected mmctJCjlDlJJlJJaIt.U.
1 i Forty people attended", the ,
the-eurpet.( Thf>rp Is the tie- --I T ""- I
lack whl.'" Coutdn Miirjorlcnvf I county chamber of commerce j ,. r rI STANDARD

yon ninde of embroidery hoops ''quot' *t Keystone Heights Inn (' I l J JI .,
I Say it with
coveredlth red mi I In. Ton gu | day uvenlng. Dec. 2. A Flowers I ---/

over to the<(closi nnd poor In. Your I meeting foluwed' at which Kellerlli// Flowers I I
For All .
photgiin Is right where" yon' left Larson presided, und 1111 I
It. You think of wlint <1iuckAndrews I I
Ing talk Mas given by U. J'\ Clark, Occasions
mile I alioiit' the \vlM turkejs ,
i of Penney Farms on I the history i
and the ,rpmll-"th) boyt" '
'of the Siitsuma orange. Dr. Win. |
There 1 Is> a tnp lit I Ihp door. Tour tm
1*. Crunford was also one of I the Gertrude
GodbeyAnderson
mother comes In. "I, Just ..vuntcclto 'speakers" of the evening, 10. 1>. j ) K.: CAHI.TON: 1927 AUTOMOBILK ROAD MAPS!! of Alabama
tell my l' *y gi'oil, night." 1 Oil t'lorMa, (leoryia. Kentucky and Miutisiflfii

ami she sit down on the ciUe, of the ,I CuiiKhey the orguni/ullon was eloc/ed IB this to district.It represent. J.:\1';Itt..,.\ I".: may b, had J-rtt at any o/ our service stations.J r
lied and tulk ; thi">n who .HI.VM, ";IO\v; : I .
A. Cooper left Keystone "mlII" ilii "ri'clainullon\ of Iho
you must gi> to heil nnd got Home I Phono 39 Waldo. Flu. I'
rent*' und "he hogs and kisses you Heights Krldiy for Meadvlll Ie, !'a.1 :vl'J'gllt/lo"/ -

,And Says With a Grin "You Hit, nnd goes nut. where' he expects to bo located this f lui H> rcmovln( I the problvmj -

1 Me Where I'm W.ak." You ftep to Ihlt wlndmv, HIM raise w Inter.Mr.! I' .-- I j I from tho Held of politics amitrintliiK =::- -w;. =. _=--=-__.:. ;:;. !'
:
,iw'lth "Clii'is'nias gin I (,hrJ>4'III1IM I IiMIC" the siMh. The fall moon 1 H slilnliuin I ; und Mrs Sidney Harl and It as nn pmtlMoorIng -- =

And, .Mjrln' lmg nndcrmwis only H siitithorn nn,,><>n cnn shine.The Mrs. Iljirt's mother arrived hi Keystone | anil, hiislnpss prnpnHltlon.(

endearing names to you jou as air 1 Is> frosty nnrl ,perfectly mill, Heights> Friday. Due,'. 2, lu'' When You |I ('h | lly RlrliiK, I ho Kvcrxlmles: R.
'
she did vlien jou were n jounjsster. far niT a dug/ N "lIrklll!:. You hear spend the winter at their home IirnlnoK) District rnnl home DAVIS & CO.

.. Mlngrt sluikos hands with I a cow towlnj softly. A riHmter' liuniu here.Mr. Fed n CoM i rule.r .
th... I
fooled for
by niiiou crows d.iylight. -
ijou nn l Kiijs, 'Two sliu' pcwnhful I und l !Mrs. F. O. Cornish and i I ( ) Without a bond, Issue against,
Hiiwn In
theIlhue thechimes
,glad to see )'0', Mlstnh Sum ;" uni) ring out from Mullln tower : two daughters Marjorle und ('ar- : Coming -- I lIP state.fNext I INSURANCE
II
'''you tell them you lime brought I lol. narrowly esc-upud, serious InJuries : Issutt another plank of Mr

Santa Clnus with;' you. I r.nrd. thrntiKh. C this hour be Thou my Saturday evening -when thoi i iII Purlton'M\ plutform will uppn.ir' In I ..

Hack you go to I ho hunch, anil |I That In I'UlI.( Thy, : power I me)r abIoJ..*. I I jour I In which they were driving1I rOn : I this Hpucn. ) I'nld| I'olltlcii A.I. v. AGENCY 1
you are no more thun Heated when i It I was struck by a Ford truck. !Mr.'Cornish I i ESTABLISHED :
there U tlm whir of a motor outI Itilde. I Takp. 1886
was returning from Jack- I i)0 -
Somebody' loeks out the window I di the* window, .
You put >\vn imi i 1
and shouts, "Here's Hurry !I" i iKverjliody dress I. and <' IInil Into theme pnjii-' ;i'lUUlwln'sonvllle:' and and Lawtey was when between the Laxative .; You FdJad? J -STARKE FLA.
ac-
Irles to get out the' door mill thnt }"iir niiitliiT lins Inld' out. 1
The driver of tha :Mnyb.-|l H y.iin |II|vt>i. If ir"natlIH,
occurred.
at once. Icicle H.irry, natty and You extlngiiHh' I the llghr. Ami thu i 1 dent \\Bromo I wh.'n :you ui't-.l .a r"lll) livor ;n.d4- -== ..:. -" und due tu tlmI ,, ,. ,,, """= ." .
dobonulr as usuul, steps smiling next' thing you know. you lira on truck did not stop In. i d Ir I ,1))" fill -: -!

from n taxi. "Thought; you weren't >our knees hy the> xhlo of the hod... I ruin and darkness It was Impossible Quinine \111'1"111';'.l...t DliKi m-oiii coming !" Homebody yells I. "Hud. tucnmul'1 Von: have li<*eii skipping! that sort for any of the party to ells- /

\ hit Hushes buck "Couldn't of thing lately. I learn his license number. After fjA/ett PILLS '

Htnnil the pressure." Then the You crawl In hetwecnn' the, Kheels making several repairs, Mr. Cornish ., r We/ can ch
--
folk crowd round hi And he nnd 8iiuggli; your liend' Into tho plllow. 'i managed to drive his cur onto YES rue] your

pasties through: to you, gnus jour A dcllcl'ius drowsiness creeps Heights. Grip,Inlluen/a and I.oUny Pneumonias RELIEF FROM B fiRS
hand In both of bill und Bay* "Well, over )'ou. I|' Keystone I IIn. h"gm as a common ITCHING f nil I L.CLOIm I STflWGE:: BATTEIiy
!\ M. Itergln left Thursday I IPec. InSmith's
he adds I cold. Price
here's Sam I"! And : "Idon't (!">el I It'* great to get home for 30c.Th .
1 for Franklin. Pa., where ma aakk when PAZO OINTMRNT .
know I should hove come I I. .
an !
ChrlKtmns .
I I Christmas with bo*b....thl*lunatur .pl>II. .. It will (urpriM. you. Liragift. .*
If I hadn't known you'd be here. C@( U21. W.ntra NuwHpmp" r Unloa | she will spend mr* komilr 'Intvnwtvi in (ha rvnmly and
"Let's have the presents before relatives.Mrs. I G.Yi. :. ..e r..omm.nd.n. it to th..lr ruutnm''".
ro
dinner" iu/jgesU/ ...orne one. And I < > W. B. lDtrraliam was called : J /:=:'':hoa fAZO 01NT.,, .

.there there I Is a rush for the library I -I.. to Pittsburgh, I'm., Saturday, Proven, Merit since J88i ; I ... .... ....... -. I Garage If"1J"RID. :



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< TONIGHT BY THE FIRE -or simply address It generallygrente..t each child, was to go forward and tin horse with black little mane-brow and HAROLD C: WALL
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1 greates thrills?" sitting on mother's lap,-becaus sells for 10 cents
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i'I Tonight, while you alt at your they planned for the future. their "greatest! Christmas thrills." Kens were heard outside-and 1 In plnesa to my life It has eve I FIRE, ACCIDENT, LIFE, \
I ease after a hearty dinner; com Poor Allen! How ruddy, how Human Intercut HtorlcsThere came Old Santa, laughing and known"
fortable In the warmth of a cozy robust he look that Christmas will be many most Interesting stumping the snow from his shiny i ADJUSTMENTS :M\DE 11I"11I"11I11I"11I"11"1

home; Indolently making up gift morning as. he tugged at the sled, and some very amusing re- boots. .......................... ''"''''' ".'" ',""," ""," '" '''''. ''"'' ''''"""''" """"'""'''" '' '' '' '' '
lints-- their delight: .'ltals-and with it all, you will "Scion he was on the platform by
'Jj! That afternoon he complained of find, that the mere telling of these that great beautiful tree and makIng : HAMPTON :
Somewhere, In a squalid hovel, sharp pain In the back when he "greatest Christmas thrills" experlences ready to hand out the presents .. II'.. At, <'flm_*. Cor.Mrs. .

a poverty-stricken family huddles breuhted; and In the evening the -almost always will ......................... fi Get Back the Fun of Eating! )
about the dying embers of a feeble doctor said, "pneumonia." bring forth a story which will nit! Sat Expect' Gifts JesMlo Prevatt 1)
fire. On a canvas cot In a dim The month-long fight for life: drive home the fact that the givIng "There was doubt In my mind Last Wednesday evening Mrs Rid yourself of Indigestion that takes the joy out
corner lies the wasted figure of a the Inadequate savings eaten away; of "big" or "expensive" gift that he reallyras going to give Jessie Prevatt. of Hampton, one of life. .i Eat whH you want and reli n every
man; racked by a cough which by doctor's bills and medicine; and Is not at nil necessary in the presents. to EVERY little boy and whom all who knew her loved, mouthful fear of subsequent dlsco\11#
threatens to snap the thread which then-tuberculosis. spreading of human happiness, girl. I couldn't conceive how possibly was summoned to the great be fort. You CAN, if you
miraculously holds him to thin Life had certainly brought to The reaction on almost every I could be Included-and recelve yond. She had been In 111 health ,
world. her lips the bitter dregs, she person present will be to give some a 'presentOh, but I wasthrllledneverthelessthrllled for many months, having undergone Take HERBINE.the
Three emaciated tots-the eldest thought as she mechanically work one or two little additional gift to an operation without relief .
barely flve-sit close together In ed. Only. few years ago, that to the lonely nnd needy-not plan the very toes. I remember how Although her suffering was great, -and pure vegetable tonic' that banishes Indigestion
the center of the room: teeth chat was; and Christmas would soon ned. mother patted mo on the shoulde she was always kind and cheerful SoU constipation and tones up the whole system.By .
tering from the bitter cold; the be hero again; a merry Christmas. The writer--only last year- and whiMpered. 'walt-walt.' 'She was a kind loving daughter, always .
whimpering of the tiniest rising for 01 herR. tried" out the plan as outline "Santa was now Into the very willing to comfort and help CorpeningV T
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above the rasping breathing of Could she scrape together a few above, the Idea having been passed. midst of calling off names and bear l the burdens of her parents
their father.In pennies to buy the children some on to him. In the very flrst dlscunsion landing out packages. In my Interest She was a true loving .companion .
the flickering light cast by trlnklets, something to remind came forth a human-ln at the wonderful toys, oranges and wife, ever ready to help com
the embers, they sit; gnawed by them of the sacrifice of the Son of i terest story--so simple--so nppealing candy and glittering packages fort and chert h. In accordance The remains were Interred in
the limatlable hunger born of subsistence Hod? that he himself was being brought back down the with her sacred vows. She was. a Prevatt cemetery Funeral community should feel well over
on bread crusts and weak moved "to go out and doing something aisles by other boys and girls, ]1 kind helpful, loving neighbor/ and were under the arrangements directions the advancement. It Is the flrst
tea; waiting for mother to return. One ('aMe-an,1, there are so extra In gift giving." ost track of self-and did not realize hose who knew her best, loved of D. C. Jones, mortician. time that school has ever been accredited
!Mother, whose back In bent, many thousands more, unknown) The story came from the lips that my name had not yet her best, The following acting as pall bearer in any form.It .
whose hands are calloused from The citizens of this town have always of a quite well-to-do publisher. 'ailed-that I had received noth She was born In Starke, Fla., In : Garfield Johns, Luther Is very probable that we make
drudgery! Sometimes, as she responded more than willingly A man very successful In life havIng ing. the: year 1898, where she spent tenon and Lacy Wynn. of Wat- the accredited list of elemetary
works, the polished floors remind to the pleas of organized (char for years conducted a very "Then It happened. My name- her childhood days She accepted Carl, I Knight A J. Thomas Hampton and- ( schools; there are only two obstacles -
her of other.floors that wore her ity. Despite all that they do, they prosperous business--a man who and I was shoved from by moth Fesiis. as her Saviour, and united Powell Carpenter, of Starke. Just now; and they will
pride; It seemed years ago, when cannot remove poverty; they can now at Christmas time receives er's lap and found myself march with the First Baptist church of lowers sent as a last token The probably be corrected In time to
Allen was considered by many, the' but relieve it. Let us make a gifts costing hundreds of dollars ng down the aisle toward that Starke, when only fourteen years and respect were of love be accredited for this year.
coming young lawyer of the town. more determined effort to seek Tint- t'Anil1v- 1'fMll" great man-who stood smillnir of age. She was a true devoted unusually beauIful. Every one in the community and
And Allen had led his beautiful out the worthy cases, each of .us, My greatest thrill l came when holding out a package toward me. Christian. She was married to J. Besides a host of friends elsewhere. who has helped us In
bride to the little red-and-whlte this year; so that even' the Inevitable I I was about seven or eight years In the other hand. an orange and B. Prevatt of Hampton in 1920, eaves to mourn her loss she our schol pun |Is heartily thanked
cottage that was to be their home. few, who tn pride or by old." he said as he settled back Ina a bag of candy. and has for several years been a J. B. Prevatt, of a husband I by us all..
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The eager light In her eyes was other factors, are prevented from chair, eyes half closed and avery "I took the package, orange and esldent of our town. a ftaher, J. T. Jones, of ;
reflected In Allen's as, together appealing to charity, will have real smile playing around his andy and stood dazed-turning She died at the home of her four brothers, W. C. Jones Starke-: JOKIE SLIPS
with three children squealing ',cause to rejoice. mouth. "That's been several years he package over and over-beause aunt, Mrs. Josephine Edwards of acksonvllle, Oliver Jones of
of Tampa -
ago, about 1870 I guess" it was wrapped and I could Starke, where the funeral services J, C. Jones and F. a. Jones While
"I never have been ashamed to not know what was Inside. I was were conducted Thursday at 3 p. tarke. of studlng definitions, Mel-
What Was Your Greatest ell any one that I came from a RO Interested-but with no thought m. bree said to Oracy-What does dye
mean?
very poor family-and to me then, of opening It-that It was necesary The funeral was attended by a I
. Thrill when I was just growing old for mother to send one of my large concourse of friends, who nROOKER SCHOOL NEWS Oracle-To faint.
Christmas enough to realize how really Isters. down to fetch me back. came to pay last tribute to this (Continued from page 6.) Melbree-it doesn't because I
poor' we were It seemed that our, Ills Greatest Thrill well known and honored citizen of may die In the night, and then how nave fainted three times in my
GREAT PUBLISHER TELLS HIS family had absolutely nothing. As' "In the family seat again-the Bradford county, and to speak would you feel!?" life and I am not dead ,.et.

Do you want to promote the When conversation lags at some I remember now -the holiday realization began to dawn" upon words of sympathy to the "All right, I forgive her. But -
preadlng of happiness? early December party or social eason always brought that me that I had received a Christ ed family. bereav-I tf she's still alive tomorrow, she'll What Is It that is in me but it
Then here Is a suggestion for an group gathering bring up the sub strange pathetic look to the face mas present from Santa-and oh Rev. Raymond, pastor get It." Is not in you 1
arly December- game-which Is ject *t Christmas. Any little everyday of my good mother and father. he thrill of It-the happiness-so lint Baptist church, who Word has It Is in men and women too.
Jost. Interesting, great fun-and remark about shopping, "Well this Christmas, the small happy that I did not want to open listed by Rev. Klckllter had charge from Just been received It's "M."
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(he most remarkable phase of the giving, mailing, etc. Some one community where we lived was he' package of the funeral services. The ser high school "won, the state Prof. Matheny-Boys are strong
whole affair Is the fact that you- naturally will reply In relating his having a Christmas tree at the lit- "Finally-all members ot the vice was short, but very impres- school has supervisor, that Broker er than girls, and like harder
who starts the ball rolling-are or her experiences, as likely will tie church-where all families family prevailed upon me to unwrap sive. At the close of the service state been placed on the games.
the only one who knows that It Is others In the group.: were to bring all presents for the the package. I was so excited Nearer God to Thee" was sung B. This accredited Is quite list as a junior Student-It's strange to me that

a game-with a purpose. At the first opportunity, howev- hlldren, hang them on the tr that mother bad to assist. choir.very softly and tenderly by the and every one In an this achievement school and always when a runs.girl gets after a boy he






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-- -- -- -- ---- !O from the State Farm visited
- adversely to the contentions of the mediately for Jacksonville for as son

railroads and that It would not be slstance. her parents, Mr. and Mrs. V. R.
Suggestions on What Not in Short Paragraph I S e r e Reddlsr Sunday.
, Newt of Florida necessary to further press the
1\; .-'" Florida cases Mlatnl-General denunciationof Mrs J. It. Moore was obopplng

the Dade county ,commissioners in Jacksonville Monday.
} To Send as Christmas Gifts Clowlston-l1overnor John W. Comptroller General Ernest Amos E. .:. Burney A. M. Lewis D.
W. Moore and Ed Durbin visited
Martin, !seconded by B. C. Dnhl-
: the oflVluls of the Bank of Homestead
has come to long for one of those Live State News I II berg, president of the Southern professional bondsmen and Gainesville Monday night.E. .
B. Writs was carried to Starke
'nlll Gift tMwtlon, Multiplied new-fangled tea-gowns; Grand- Sugar company pictured Florida, public officials who accept bonds
Tie Problem in not What father much prefers a "B" battery ns the "nation's future... sugar: from such professional bondsmen last Thursday night and Friday

Hut What Not to Cilve.INSTAXCKI eliminator; Dad's bent on having bowl" In addresses at the ceremonies made up the report which the morning was operated on for appendleitis -

Venus on the radiator cap of the here Friday marking the Dude county grand Jury made to Ills friends will be
"Xo Wa hboiml TOLD BY OUR EXCHANGES breaking of ground for Florida's I pleased to know thnt he Is doing
J''R ('III'Iother; has her eye on a va I the court late Friday. No indictments -
For Father! cuum cleaner; and the kids want first sugar: bowl "No more Im- In that connection return nicely.Mr. .

either a cocktail shaker or a set 1'---- .... -, -,-,._________0- portant day than this has dawnedIn ed. the "grand Jury pleading lack and hire W. H. Edwardswere
have been stolen In that town two Jacksonville
(By Dan M. Gordon.) of sashwelghts.What services t the history of Florida tho governor of time for complete Investigation shopping In
Jacksonville-Funeral .
being recovered in Quincy, one of ,
Not BO long ago: that our oldest Is the modern gift-giver to declared. "It marks the beginning Governor Martin was asked to Monday. s
hale In ? but here's for George G. Johnson 42, tran..fercompany them having been abandoned near of an era In which the hire R. II. Thede made a business -
would do know
citizen difficulty remembering We don't ,send an auditor to check the county .
man, residing", at 2526 here and the other car was In I .
Jacksonville .
United. States no lunger will\ have trip to Tuesday.Lawyer
It, the matter of glft- some of the things NOT to do: (commissioner's financial affairs. '
Broadway avenue, who died In a possession of two boys age 12 nnd Frazee of Starke
choosing was comparatively easy. DON'T send Aunt Martha a l to I pay out annually $500.000.000 "Wo actimMy find, In Hlalenh a wasa
Aunt Martha could always be relied coktall shaker--unless It Is accompanied local hospital of injuries receivedlast 11 I respectively. The boys arrested to foreign countries, notably Cuba reign of t; :-tinny and terror." the business visitor to Lawtey Sun
truck
when
Saturday night a claim
Arcadia their home
upon to send a knit muffler so by a shlek to shake It. as to a 11 K men t on iniid equate domestic report said. day.
that "little Oswald won't catch I DON'T send Grandfather a foot- he was driving crashed through abridge having been sent to the industrial 'siiqar supply. It brings:! Florida ---- Mrs. 1C:., "19. Burney and daughter. -
l and Into rreek on the
a
cold" And In return the name bull--he lias enough to kick about school 1 for stealing a motorboat / nearer Its own place In agriculture ........................ Blanche, also Mr. and Mrs.
Gainesville road near Baldwin, and automobile accessories in that .
and industry" I : visited' friend in
venerable lady would have been already. ill. R. "Supp
shocked right out of her rocker If I DON'T: Rend Grandmother a will be held at 3 o'clock Sunday town. S e : Keystone Heights Jll Green Cove Springs Sunday.

received bob and afternoon from the Seasholu fu- S e C '.. llrlrn Oadrn. ('..r. Woolen and G.
she had a gift; other than shawl. She has a boyish Plant CityStrawberry i Mesdames C.
neral parlors receiptsat '
the embroidered centerpiece that I they simply, do not go together, C Tallahassee--Bids for the purchase the !local f, o. b. platform showed ........................ I A. Anderson! visited In Sturke
reminded her of the Yuletlde's ar- m'dear. of anti-hog cholera scrum considerable. [Increase last 1| Monday afternoon
rival.In. i DON'T send Mother a smoking Tallahassee-Tom Arnold of and hog cholera virus for the year Tuesday's u receipts' < when over five Keystone lllgbls. Dec 1(1.( Mr i Sirs Mary\ Reddish who has

those days Grandfatherawall..d Jacket. She Is smoking too many Miami charged with criminal libel 1928 will be considered, by the I three 64's and, 80 and n 32-rcfern. mind :Mrs 1V m. Kwlng: and ,daughter /( | been visiting her daughter Mrs.
by Mayor K.: G. Sewell of that state live stocks board at Miss Itiilli Rogers of Indianapolls. -
with trepidation the simultaneous cigarettes as it Is.Remove sanitary quart, were forwarded.\ It |. .Tno. Cono of Brooker returned to
( was expected -
arrival of Christmas All Tags city because of articles published I the next monthly meeting to held that eight refers nrrlM'd In Keystone Heights Lawley Saturday morning and

and the Inevitable pipe "from his DON'T: send Mrs. Johnson the In the Miami Tribune, a weekly 'at Jacksonville tomorrow, Dr. J, would! go out some tonight, strawberries on Tuesday. Dee. (6!, to spend the spent the 'day with another daughter -

lovliiR grandchildren.; And Dad pickle dish that Mrs. Crnbb sent I newspaper, during the last mayoralty I V. Knapp. .state veterinarian, announced. ('omlnlIn today bringing: winter. Miss lingers spent tho Mrs.' R. R. Thedo.

got his customary packet of varl- you-unless you first remove the campaign was ordered released The contract for the serum $1.000 to producers, ( approximately winter In Keystone Heights two Miss Florrie Terry made a |ntsl|-

bused ties and galluses. card that came with It. from the custody of the and virus! will ho awarded by Infills s.,('II II II. The price ranging j ji years ago and has many friends ness trip to Stnrkn Monday. .

Weeks before Christmas Mother DON'T attempt to select a pairof Dade county authorities Thursday the board on condition that tho |i from $1.00 to $1.55 per quart oil I'' III Florida, The Ladles' Aid 1 1 of the !\IetnlI ,,-

walked about the parlor: mov knickers for Junior. Choosinghis by the state supreme court I company supplying It equips and ,[I the berries.' Produce was rather I Mrs.\ J. H. !Houser anti daughter church\ held their annual Bazaar '
brac here and there I outlet C e C maintains an olllce\ here with facilities O..rll'ull11'14.: W. Wilson
lag the brie-a- own may be the only slow, tho cold weather rather A. last Friday and Saturday and
speculating as to the best placeto he has for expressing his taste in St. Petersburg- -Those opposed for refrigerating packingand l flowing: up Incoming vegetables although and, Hob Tut ton drove to Jacksonville while there wasn't as many articles

set the painted china dish that II to Sunday motion pictures here I shipping It upon order, and, 1 the movement has been SalurdI n)' on n shopping] on display as usual the proIIn..lut..1 -

was bound to come. And the I children art.DON'T send Daughter a hair I have decided to accept the verdictof that a certain minimum of both I liiboiit steady for the last three trip. I ceeds' to 15.00, and

were content with Toylancl's 1,ribbon--although/( it may bo the the voters of the community bo kept on hand at all times. The da 'K. Prices showed, little change Dr. 8111frIO.! Wm, It. Crawford, they still hove n few :Items on

contribution and the chance to only outward distinguishing mark who recently expressed, at the polls serum Is to bo certified by the fed- I'today over thono of three days. nf Kevstono, Heights! worn suddenly 'display at the store of !Mr. A. M. 4

break BO me of the tree ornamentsto of her sex. a desire to see the picture shows eral inspector. ago. called, to Philadelphia, Pa. Blanchard next door to post of-

hear them "squash." Now that we've reduced the I operated on the Sabbath! it wan S e e I C eTallahasseeEfforle. Saturday. where their Hon was severally Mce. Anyone wishing Xmas prps-
number of possible gifts/( to 4,763.- decided at a meeting of the lay I what they'
'IiniiWl Now Tampa-Floililn citrus and vegetable : Injured whltn fonclng.Mls ,: cents might find Just
the 298-we feel that we've practically men's committee, which conductedthe I to save the .
Since these.Mr.
It's all changed: today. crops escaped frost!: damagelast ; Helen Lawrence need" among
I"nt..rtaln'd
arrival of movies Aunt Martha 'solved' your gift problems.WOODLAWN. I opposition to tile Sunday night because the high pressure life of Fred Hrownlee. United nt her home Saturday Enoch Grlllls and daughter -
evening
shows! I urea over the Southeast Friday States Immigration officer, sentenced Penrlo, went to Homosassn(
.Dec. with three tallies
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C sometime in Indian River'county
........................1..1 thatFlorida's was shunted to the New England to din ago In the Florida. clec- of bridge Her guests Included.: Saturday to bring !Mrs. Grime
.1 are states said, W. J. Bennett, home where she has been for two ,
hire E. A. Smith Misses llutli
: BROOKER : : { l potato crop this yearwill government incteroloKlxt. Predictions I> !I'lc111I11', were continued\ Thurs- Elizabeth Gertrude weeks with her aunt .who Is quite '" +
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exceed that of last year. The i day In the state supreme court. "
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Mtn! Lvta Ci.lnrr. C.r. ranging from light to III.
: .............: United llrownleuuis convicted of the HoiiMer.. Arneeta Ogden and
..... ... November: estimate of the killing frost and. a five-degree dropIn | hire E.: L. Blggn! and, little son
i.N.N.N.N........... States department of agriculture slaying of Perle Sylvester Thomas !Helen Ogclon: and Messrs., )Donald Woodlnwn. Dec. 10.-Kev. temperature below the lows of Bobby of Starke were visiting
Misses Florence Ward and Mildred placed at 79050.000 bushels for during: a search nlnii,.,tlio Florida Piiiiborn. (George Illrd ]ll.iruld
Woods of Graham, filled his regular Friday night were not fufllled. Instead relatives hero Monday.
Lawrence and Hob Tutton.
Cone were visiting friendsat appointment here Sunday the nine surplus crop states, or the mean stage: last night I-'uHt: Count for alien Smugglers Mesdames V. H, Reddish, Marion -
New River Wednesday m. about 22,000,000 over last year from Thomas was passing on the blgh- Senator K P. Miller, president.
p. night. was one to fourteen degrees Reddish and 1 -. G. Godwin
MUsea Thelma Johnson Flora Mr. and Mrs Jo:. J. Starling of reported a million bushel Increasefor above that of Friday. Jacksonville way and was ordered. to halt. of the Lawrence Development ('0., were shopping In Jacksonville t

Wilt-ox, Ruby Jones JosepbineMalchett heretas visiting relatives of I that section from the middle, and Pensacola shared the When he failed to do HO, the record !hire Miller and their daughter binuday.bars.! .

Messrs. Lyon Crsoby, Sampson City this week-end. west to the far east although the lowest temperatures In tho state shows, he was shot and kill- Virginia .'11111', arrived In Keystone l 1C III e Miner Is very 111 with .

Valbfom Harrell Claude Crosby, Little Nealey Crews Is very ill.We estimate was 27,000,000 bushels last ulght-38. ed. Three other immigration of- Heights. Dec. 11. from. Meaclvttle. : scarlet" fever. ,

and Hugh Butler Crosby all attended all hope him a "speedyrecovery., below the five-year. average.. e e eiainesvllle llrers were convicted with Brown- Pa., to spend the winter. I E.: K.: Burney was visiting E. B. s i,
the circus at Gainesvillelast and e lees hut were given lesser senten The you UK/ ladles Sunday school who Is ,
1 Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Brown ( -Tho First car loud Wells In Starke Tuesday, ,
Wednesday night.: I children of this place spent Sun- Qulncy-During the last two of Tung Oil trees ever shipped in deli class of the Keystone Heights Sunday confined at the hospital of Mrs. .,;1
MHS| Louise Carroway, a member have made I C e C S school held 111 meet hieMonday
day with relatives In Baldwin. weeks several boys A mprl"a'a... recently sent from Oille! Mnrr.\
of the Starke school Mrs. C. Padgett and son Osten, their escape from the Industrial the nursery of American Tung Tallahassee-The hoard of commissioners evening: at time homo of Miss. Gertrude LillieIary! Phillips youngest

spent the week-end at the fa'uIlY'j have' been on the sick list this school located In Marlunnu and inconsequence Oil coporatlon to Isubelle, Cal, of Htata Institutions II nil 14pr to discuss their daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gruff!

Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Colson week. We are sorry to hear of several automobiles seventy miles north of New Orleans cried upon 5.1. lit. .1. 8. Blltch of 1 part of tho Christmas entertalnIment Phillips died( at the home of her

Mr. I... R. Galley was a business their sickness. ------ .- to the great Southern Lumber the Ralford state faun today, fora I Those present : parents Monday, night with diphtheria. -

visitor to Starke on Wednesday.Mr. I I Mr. and Mrs. Karney: Yarborugh S1)1-'081) COUNTY TELKtJKAPH : company. The trees shippedwere report us to whether state prisoners Ella: Bird airs' J. I K. .wOl'eI1's'l "She hml only been 111 for

Guy Norman and Mr Lawrence of here are moving away. "JI:l\IJ FASHIONS!' grown; from. seed sent from held at the farm are ]>remitted Until Lawrence, Miss! a few days. An operation on her

demons of Hellbronn 1 i I M. and !Mrs N. Wynn attended oy the nursery at the Paradise grove. to visit their families at Lawrence, Miss\ Ruth Rogers: Miss throat was performed to save her ...

Springs: were business visitors here their farm last week. Jean Belle Hamilton The car contained 10,000 small their homes at week-ends or other Olive Beers and Miss Arneeta Og but to no avail. Klie will bo laidto

last Euesday. There wa an automobile nccl- trees. The car carrying the trees places outside the prlxoii. The action rest at Therossa Wednesday.

II. H. Crosby was a business visItor den on the Starke and Brooker had a long streamer the entire I I of the board taken by resolution den.A meeting of tho Keystone The parents have t the sympathy of

to Five Mile last Tuesday. road( when Mrs. Moots of Brooker length of the car which read "First adopted, at a recent meeting, Heights! board, of trade wax held the entire community.

Guy Plnholster and friends of and MT. Green of Starke had a Carload of Tung Oil Trees Ever followed u report of the Duval Monday evening: at Keystone Inn .

Jacksonville, were visiting friend collision. Nobody was injured, w.e Shipped in America.. :(county grand Jury In which It was The folowlim new officers were !Moore IInven-Vegetable: shipments

here this week but the cars were wrecked pretty stated that "reliable Information" elected. : K.: A. Smith, presidentF : from Moore' Haven Increasing -

Mrs. Blanche Taylor of Cedar bad.Mrs., West Palm ]Poach Police Friday had been received Hint prisoners E. CHIT, vice. president. ; In volume dally.Chrintmas.

Keys returned home last Sunday K. Roberts and daughter, sought a "good Samaritan" at the furm were allowed such i dose xecrttary; and V 1.1'0// -

after a few weeks visit here with Isola left for Tampa Thursday. who turned robber when he found I'privileges Tho grand/( Jury characterised treasurer. The new directors :
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friends and relatives. There will be church here Sun- Carl Melding helpless on tho it as "not for the best Dr. I':. (.. Shi-ylock, H.: J. ,Larson.

n, H. Green was a business visItor day night. Everybody Invited to at- street after having been seriouslyinjured interest and safety of the public, P. Terrel. and P. M. WelnimaiiHMrs I

to Jacksonville last Wednes I tend.\ by a hit and run motorist. [nor carrying out the Intent of the (.. C. MOOIII: left Keystoni1Heights : Cards \

day.Lee Belillng's: cry for help was answered sentence of tho prisoners by thecourt. I TiiHHilny. Dec. l.'t.: for Pul-( and Kooklels
business visitor :SIVIKEVIHHl; : : :: TO
Greene was a "
1 lehnn, where she will spend the
s'r.1TIl'ENSItN: : : IOM by a second, motorist' who '
to Lake Butler last TlleHday.1 Inquired of his rood Itlon. Finding C e e holidays.Mr Books for boys, girls m .
Mr. and Mrs. B. M. ,
business visitors to Stark Mon I The state pension board, at a the man powerless to aid< hlm- Jacksonville -- A fifteen-mile and Mrs.' Flohr anti, family, and parents. -
meeting Just held, admitted four- self (he motorist dragged him Into 'walk from Bayard, to South Jack of PcmiHylvunla and Maryland

day.Mr.. Alph Hazen was a business teen widows of veterans and two a vacant lot and robbed him of sonvllle with practically the entire reached Keystone Heights' Tues

visitor. to Waldo Monday. veterans to the state's pension $92. Beldlng, who said, his homo upper part of his body burned to day Dec 0, to spend the winter. Complete line of

business. visitor roll nn announcement by the was at Lexington. Ky. suffered a u crisp ,displayed the remarkable .- Handkerchiefs for
O. W. Waldo Barry was and a Starke Tuesday board shows. broken shoulder, blade three fractured endurance of a negro Albert Miles ......................N:

to( I Three widows and one veteran I ribs and a 1 punctured lang.C but the long jaunt of, the negro LAWTEY men and women.
: :
folks were admitted, by special acts of e e I suffering with every! step he made
crowd of young'
A large I Mr.. F.. m. lluraer Cor .
from here enjoyed the cane grindIng ,,; the 1927 legislature.,,; The husbands "ashlnRlon-Two suits broughtby did not save his life. Miles wax I Hosiery for all the
at Mr, and, Mrs. G. ,V'. Ilazen's of five of the widows died the Seaboard Air Line and the picked up In South Jacksonville I........................ .
l the latter eligiblefor .e 4 ;" Atlantic Line afternoon by family.Embroidered. ,
Tuesday night. I recently making Coast contesting the. Friday a passing an- Lawtey Flit 13.-Mr. and

Emery and Alph Hazen' the pensions. Imposition of lower Inter-state tolst and was rushed to tho county !Mrs H, R. Thede and children. vls-

and Allen Thomas were visitors I Those admitted to the roll for- rates on petroleum and its pro hospital where medical attention Isted Mr.\ and Mrs. Herman ThedeIn Table]

to Worthington Springs Wednesday lows: ducts brought by tank steamers to was given In an effort to save his Jacksonvlllo Sunday. '
night.W. Mrs. Julia C. Herring O'Brlen.Fla. << .r Port Tampa and Jacksonville when life. He died early Saturday night Mr. and Mrs Jim Godwin and Covers,

H." Sealey from Alachua wasa I .; Mrs. Lula Dowllng, Raiford, .. s' ; shipped to other points in Florida from the burns. The negro: was

business visitor here Tuesday.Mr Dire Caroline L. Wilder Brandon were dismissed by the supreme camping: with a section: gang near _. Bureau Scarfs
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Crews from Gainesville Mrs. Allle Price Wllllston. court last Tuesday upon Bayard It Is understood and gasoline ,

Allen a business visitor here I' Mrs. Elizabeth PIttman Quincy motion of counsel for the rail was being used to start a fire., FRED J. KING Vanity Sets I
was
Mrs.\ Henerletta Lake. Jackson roads. Counsel stated that the The flames leaped to the negro's ....

Thursday.Mr. and wife from ville Mrs. Catherine Jones Tren- supreme court In two cases from clothing and In a few minutes his Bath Robes.
Truby Willis Watch and ClockRepairing
attending to ton, Mrs Sallle Bray McDavid Kentucky had by Its decision last clothliiK\ was In flames. ,
Lake Butler were Coats
Tuesday. Mrs. Dora Hancock. Jacksonville Monday disposed[ of the questions! the scene the negro I.OVII1K// Ladies
here .
business Mr. Allen Green was a business Mrs\ Gussle A. Todd. Tampa Mrs.Missouri ..,_._._--_._----._-- ._-- -on ----,-_ --- -_ -_ $9.00 to $25.00
Wednes N. B. Chancey, Bonlfay, Mrs. attention wristwatches
Jacksonville Special given
visitor to
Mrs.\ E.


were day.Messrs attending, C. E. and to B.business H. Crosby In S Elizabeth.S. Hammond Holly Jones.Gainesville Pensacola Blountstown.and hire IIrs.lIarl'llret J.. I'J Even Toyland Grows Up [ I South and Side R.SquareVanslckel's R. Work J. W.Morgan.


Jacksonville Friday. Storey, Blountstown. I i
business In Joyce Wllllston. ____._._.__.____. ___________ StudlriGainesville
visitor -------------- -"-"-"-"-----------'-'-- -
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Crosby was a ,
Mr. Lyon 1468
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to Starke Thursday.! Dade. city-American Hallway It Santa Claus had fallen asleepten 'a set with which he can build I a t
JI.
crowd of young folks en- to V and awoke today I miniature skyscraper .. elevatorsand
,A large i i Express Company preparing years ago I __ .. _
the chicken pilau nt the I 1 extensive Improvements to he would be very much amazedat all! Tho little fellow who .
home of Mr. and Mrs. J. I). Bax make local berry and produce bUMInl"SS. -I A Delightful Addition to Any the strides that Toyland has loved to tinker with the doorbellshas ---
I lit" WardrobeThe \I.. =---- =
ter's last Thursday'night. taken. U chalice to harness electricityIn - -- --- -- "
Mr. C. E. Crosby was a visitor Bra.denton$45.588 contract i I Gone are the simple toy (ruins the steel structures that ran bo 1 M"
bolero frock holds It popularity
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Saturday. city -the horse and sets- -the made from another' set For the Christmas
to Starke let for construction of new j i as is witnessed by this model of rose wagon ; running Season
Sheriff Epperson of Starke was I I here. 'II georgette. Horizontal row of lace stuffed dolls that so delighted the elevators, lifting and carrying" m
pier
attending to business here last -Post omce at this place : insertion afford the only trimming children a decade ago. In their loads.,

Saturday.Mr. I I' made branch of Bradenton office j i iI note. The bouffant skirt Is scalloped stead he would Find. contraption The simple scooter has given:
and Mrs. L. L. Morgan I at the lower edge and shirred to a which are miracles of creative way to motor-driven toy cycles; i
business visitors to Starke. I lining bodice. Long sWve! are provided genius. the latest Is a 4-h. p. motorcyclewith "
were I evening here. j in the pattern. No. 1468 fa In j WATCHES AND JEWELRY
Saturday
In of the tiny locomotivesand u Hide In which the
place car.
Saturday.Mr. I young
Weeks and children. 11111'1la sizes 16 18 and 20 years.. Size 18 re
and Mrs. Luther Sowell- 1 Mrs. visiting In 39-Inch material; two mlnature ('aI'svhlt'h depended gallant drives. his sweetheart to I II
3Ji yards
'. T., were I II !quince
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relatives and, friendshere and hand-wound and from school!
were visiting lining for bodice IX yards 86itch'lace upon a spring
Sunday. I Starke Sunday.be preaching at the I insertion 9i 7&rds. Price 15 to Jerk them around the wobbly Cluing" In l..1i-land SiIIONSCIIAINS WRIST. WA TCHES

Mr. and Mrg. A. B. CrosbY There will January cen,., get of tracks are six teen-ear And the dolls! Ten years ago I
Misses Pearl and Lois Galney were Freewill Baptist chore come. The secret of distinctive dram lie strings which thread their way In only the very wealthiest familiesboasted -
to .
In Alachua 19'S. Everyone Invited 1 1"ervlc..s in good taste rather than a lavish expenditure "mama" the''
attending to business will be held by Rev. of EvCl1'7"'omaashould and out of tiiunnels. slowing downat I dolls; for RINGS .
money.
Saturday.Mr. The clothe crossings, stopping at automatic -| most part, little girls: were con '
make her
Jacksonville.Mr I want to ova I
and Mrs. John Mott spent Brown of and Coy Thomas and the home dressmaker will Andthe signal lights-ancl all\ this tent with stuffed dolls or paper .
at Hetl- Wilma mache dolls with that closed I CUT GLASS SILVERWARE
Sunday with relatives and relatives design Illustrated In our new by electricity eyes
friends
bronn Springs. I were visiting I Fashion Book to be prmcticml and Modern EquipmentThe : when the dolls were placed In a i

Mr. E. J. Clemons and Mrs. It. here Friday. Miss Zelma :simple, yet maintaining the spirit of horse and wagon are replaced horizontal position sometimes.
P. Gainey and children were attending Mr Merman and the mode of the moment. Price of the by automobile dump cars Today dolls must be dressed In Engraving and
were Optical
vis-I.[ Repairing
to business In Starke and Thomas of Gainesville E. Green hook 10 cents the copy.A which are exact duplicates of the the height of Toyland, fashion; tile I

Wateroak last Sunday. Ulng their sister, Mrs R. I pattern for the above design huge trucks that rumble down the bead must be unbreakable; the I I Ii

Mr. and Mrs. Saucer and baby, this week-end. Glenn Thlgpen. I 'will be sent prepaid on receipt of roads today. Cranes derricks, excavators wigs must he made of real hair; I
Sunday here ran. coin. --these work with the I and they must walk- -talk--c-ry Wm.
of Baldwin spent friends and relatives j Fifteen cents In stamps or I J.ILIFFE
with friends. and relatives.Mr. were visiting ,Write your name and address precision of the 20-ton originals.: when spanked-and sleep. i ;

Harley Thomas and Miss here this week-end. was visiting clearly, give number and size of The set of wooden blocks that y..... Manta would be a very astonished I

Thelma Johnson spent Sunday P. 'lrB. Alice Oliver here Sunday I 1 IMrs. pattern, and address Pattern Department clattered to the floor has given I I person. would be a very I

m., In Starke. friends and relatives Hazen of Gainesville 1 Bradford County Tele- way to building tutu. Today the from a ten-year slumber and read I I Hull Building Starke, Fla.

Mr. Vasco HazeD from Waldo Fred friends and re tltu !rr"" .," t 1oarthraMr K.wfork iaglBatlv youngster can exerclse -' over the Christmas list of today's ;

hu Mrs.returned Allene home.from Lacrosse spent was here visiting Sunday. I City. his building talents through I 1 younger generation! I_ _


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IMOK ''FOl'RTKKV ..._ ._ BRADFORD COUNTY TKLB. fJUAPn STARKE, FLORIDA.. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 16,_,1027
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j I'olllli'Nitrniliiu I'p| .-Voters . .. . I r---
Bradford County Telegraph I.Mtlll keep asking ux If we, the editor .* *
of the Nugget, are going to
ESTABLISHED IN 1879 rim tor Ordinary again/ Yell If Church Services *
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the Lord' In willing have no bud > .
I adjacent. und our mind does not
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: Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class chungu.--UuhloiU'KU <<<(Ju., Nugget -

i r Matter\ at the Post Office at Starke Florida 8T.; MAKK'H CIIURCIIEP1SCOPAL Y

l", L K. S. Matthews __________________Owner and Publisher limes Ho--0-(1.| ...>K<'.-We stepped ;

k J. C. Robinson_____________ ____________Managing Editor and Into upon a store seeing here several a few days pieces U'KO of Christmas.Sunday services, Advent to iBA
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{ -- different kinds of pretty cloth ly- 10:00: a, m. Church school, Miss
; SUBSCUIPTION KA1E tug on the counter' asked, what It Sarah Mtilpas, superintendent.
WON for was Informed .Hint they 11:00: a. m., morning prayer '
Yearly, $1.30:; ; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance were dress. patterns, .three. yards and sermon.

Advertising: Hates on ApplicationDo In a plecu. parsley enough> to muheuu I 11:00:(J a. m., celebration of Holy
old time ludy two bonnets. alienuverybudy Communion on First !Sunday: of the *
wore uolh bunneta und I mouth celebration on Saints Days, 7S.
your Christmas:: shopping now. dl''SIl with lulls to tliem.-DuliloiuKa and Major Feast Days, 10:00: a, m. fy *
.. / <(<(!a.) Nugget. Russell S. Carleton, Hector. + a .
o. .
I
Congressman Green H putting the Suwannee River in the' Stale polltlcH-0--are quieting down riiisnvTiiti\\: : : # '

limelight again. Homo during the holiday Benson, .....
though them are u few candidates
o and thoHo who will liu candidates Sunday school at 10 a. m. ,, ;""I I
then have perfect rightto later. going around the state talking Preaching. : 11 a, m and 7:30p. :
home
what at ; you
can
go Buy elsewhere.you ,get to enough the I voters of them wherever together they can to Christian m., by the Endeavor pastor. meets at p >VERYONE had wished for snow and now it was


-o that make not It worth while. will Our lie guess madeUII.I In 0:30: p. m.Subject,. "God's Kindness and snowing with a white calm dignity all its ,own, and
votes
not many .
heard Thursday' night was ,
No, parson, the noise you \ after the flint of the year.- our own." Scripture lesson Titus :::F ?

Hathaway's opening gun. Ucala Slur. I 111.Prayer Matt' meeting 25-35. Wednesday( at a cheery merriment" about it so much in, keepingwith


A look in the display windows o of Starke stores would Pretty alike noon-0-will the be average flooded newspaper with-I 7:30: Choir p, m.practice at 8:15: p, m. the season. Snow was not unusual. They had all seen


I give any one the Christmas spirit. carefully by politicians edited who literature choose prepared to run-, Wednesday The ordination, of elders will 1 plenty of it before but they wished for it because it was
o
take place at the morning service.
for something or other. Now is the ,
While enjoying yourself at this Christmas' time, remember time for all well regulated newspapers Christmas time and snow at Christmas time was lovelier than ..
) to lay In their 1928 supplyof MKTI10IMST:
fortunate.o .
not
I there are others so'

(Texan waste) Gazette.baskets. Plttsburg (Enoch Marvin Hooks, pastor) at any other time of the year. It seemed so fresh, so new, .

Another link in state road thirteen is included in the last -a- Sunday school Sunday morningat -

call for bids by the state road department. Governor Carlton Is who the IH only offering candidate a constructive (for- supt.10:00: o'clock, E.; K. Perryman, so clean. There was a new-found wonder every year in snowat )

oI platform.-Tampa Tribune Worships Sunday at 11:00 a. m. Christmas.
I California tourist in Starke last Thursday night felt per- Take your choice, gentle- and 7:30: p. m. The morning subject -

shook him out of men: platforms, pulpits, or high- will be "Dwarfed Christians", i
when the dynamite charge
home
fectly at 'aYH-Bradford County Tele and that for the evening will be, "'
... bed. graph. With no reflection on the "The Dew of Heaven." .HE AIR was crisp and keen and alive. There.,seemed" /
1 pulpit nor discounting highway, we Ill-League Sunday afternoon at
... the believe we would rather climb on 3:30: o'clock. be life in the air life:: There
And how about Sweet Adeline as the official song for Doyle Carlton's platform.-Eustla Senior League Sunday eveningat to new new, joyous

Florida PaRAG raphers?-Times-Union. Or "We Won't Go Lake Region. 6:45: o'clock. :
Jsj new-found wonder in the air
Home 'till Morning." -o- Mid-week service Wednesday was a every year crisp
County commissioners of Osceola evening at 7:30: o'clock. The sub-
o county have subscribed for 600 ject will be "Christ Crowded Out." of Christmas time. ."" '
Compare the weather reports given by the government copies of the Kissimmee Valley Our church Is looking spick and ,! -"/" "''a,: -'
Gabette to be sent to prospective spang now, our people are jolly .
station in Starke with other towns north'and you'll agree we H,.
Gazette to be sent to prospectivesire and happy, we have good music
have a delightful climate. to locate In Osceola county.Of and Inspiring services, and everybody hung i in the windows of houses, l lighted ,..:
(
o all the advertising the dally or Is frIendly "Come thou and

Some headlines are truthful, at least. The Leesburg" -Tlme weekly newspaper-Unlon. offers the best be with us." mREATHS trees could be seen, busy people were being
Later
Commercial "Newly-weds Subject to Brainstorms. Winter
says -o- I Park-BusIness conditions -

they develop into cloudbursts and tornadoes. year's The Fort subscription Meade Leader to the offers best a ,I In this place are good. ever, taking around presents, arranging

o answer to "Why Is a newspaperlike 'series Orlando-of cold Plans storage for plants erection thru-of at home filled with the light-hearted joy of the
Starke Telegraph has bet a hat on Hathaway. We Wau- a woman?" The Gulf Screamer out Florida with headquarters presents ,

chula folks are willing to bet a car on Carlton.-Wauchula of the Tampa Trlb shoots this here announced by Florida Cold new-found
Christmas rush and'excitement. There
In: "Because you can't believe everythIng was a ;
Advocate. Loyalty is something everyone admires. Storage Company.
they say; they are thinner
,oj. 0' now than they used) to be; they St. Cloud-Chamber of Com- wonder in the busy days around Christmas.

: Times-Union suggests "The City with a Pull," as a slogan have forms; they have bold-face merce membership drive being every year ..
types; are easy to read; well launched .here.
1 I for the new town of Corkscrew in Collier county. Something
looking over; back numbers are
: J' more classical would be "The Town With a Past." not. much In demand; they are not Naples-Much In this place.t'OMPTROMKR.road work underway jHILDREN were on their way. to bed, thinking of
afraid to speak their minds; they /tot. "

: ,(f Construction bosses:: at the 0 road camp where a ton of I have they a great know deal anything of Influence they usually andIf \ : :AMOS1'01.LECTS J\lIr.uo ( nothing save Santa Claus, who would soon be speed- .

i I dynamite exploded had considerable trouble the next morning tell It." Another paper adds:
the roofs of the world with his
\ l in identifying the darkeys properly. They were several "Because word and they because always they have the last the (Continued from page 3.) ing across fleeting :'
carry
1 I I! shades lighter. news wherever they go." All In my custody as Comptroller. It reindeer from his
had all been paid Into Its properfunds. ready to pick overflowing pack, presentsfor
'I 0 wrong:, brothers; all wet. The .

\ With the able assistance of a ton of dynamite last Thursday answer and popularity l la that depend their complexion on their These according collections to law are Into distributed a them. There was a new-found wonder every year in the

\ V midnight, a road camp west of Starke made a noise that make-up both are on time to be multitude of separate funds each ,

;\\1"" was "felt" forty miles away. One darkey who saw the flames last properly edition dressed hits ,the and streets-It's when the and having effecting Its proportionate not only the amount State, boundless generosity of Santa Claus and his merrily under

licking the powder house, was heard to say, "Clo'es, git outen "30"--only 30.-Tarpon Springs funds but all the county, special
I roud district, special school district standing reindeer. t
my way; you befogs mah speed. Leader. If the correct answer to ,
special drainage funds,
I this question la any stronger than etc.
I. 0I'
the above suggestions, will bet In collecting this money it la a
One exhibit for the denfes we can offer St. Peter when dollars to we well knoWn tact that I have hand
doughnuts that Cleve- who had older back home
b.!' the case is called: We never wrote an editorial a column and land never publishes the answer to led hundreds of thousands of per 'OUNG people grown came

: a half long Gulf Scream in Tampa Tribune. It takes considerable It, for If we remember rightly, Mrs. sonal checks. Among these, as
: might be expected) I received thousands for Christmas. store house
Cleveland In Every corner
I puts an appearance at V
every every;
brain power to
I Palm Beach Independent. You'll be good now, won't you P. E. knows what Is going on.-Frost good termed on first"bad presentationusually checks." I finally -- had its childhood memories for them. They' felt
B.? proof News. You're all right and

o yet Is here you're and all the wrong.time limit November to win I 100.collected Also all within these the but past one two for happily young again. Their thoughts danced and skipped. '

the above years there has been a number of
,eo with the big/ subscription Hallowe'en celebra-expired bank closings and In due course of There was a new-found wonder in coming home
business there have been every year ;
many
tion here. Nobody sent In the cor-
rect answer so here It Is: "Be- checks caught in them before they for Christmas. '!
I F FROM OTHER PENSTwo i cause every man should have one could be cleared. I am glad to I
that the claims :
of his own and not run after his say now outstanding i
against closed i!
neighbor's." Now don't you think banks bad
that Is a very good reason why a checks, and sums involved In lawsuits
--- ----------- newspaper Is like a woman?- amount to only $1,869.68, HERE was laughter in the hearts of everyone so that
,
or Four J.d'p'l'-U you wishto We have often heard the expression Fort Meade Leader. as follows:
see a big flfteeu-months-old hog I that a person explodes like! a -0-. Law suits, $17.60;, bad Checks'j 7 felt Laughter is the secret of
go down and look at 111'11.V.. II, 'ton of dynamite. If they make as .\ Friend SI.00: closed banks, $ ; everyone young. youth.

Townsends where we board. It's a much disturbance about It as that A friends Is one who stand to the last Item being protected by All who know this know
I
a dandy.-Dahlonega (, ) Nug ton of dynamite did near Starke share a bond for $1,808.08 of this sum, secret perennial youth. .

get. the other night we hope none ex Your every touch of grief and care I am gratified to be able to say
-0--- plodes.Gainesville! Dally Sun. lie comes by chance, but stays by lit handling the hundreds of thou- Inhere; was a new-found wonder every year at Christmas in .
AVoudn't IMuy U".I.-OIII Un- -o-- choice sands! of transactions Involved in
cle Jolfn( Foroest, who has been I Hough on 1'rcwhers.-Rev, A. Your praises; he Is quick to voice. the collection of this huge sum not discovering this glowing truth.
gone some years and'reported dead C. Johnson, pastor of the Baptist No grievous fault or passing whim one penny has been lost to the \
came in a few days ago very feet church, was sent to the Georgia Can make an enemy of him. state, county, or any Individual after ..
ble.-Dahlonega_ (Ga.) Nugget Baptist church in Atlanta this And though: your need be great or it came Into my possession, and 4t
-o week for treatment.DahlonegaGa. small of the small amount remaining uncollected 'OR THE wonder of Christmas is 'the wonder the'beauty
Florida PaUAOraphers will hold ( .) Nugget Ills strength la yours' throughout ] there la only one bad of '
their next session in the Univer- -- It all. check for $1.00.In .
sity City Hope KVOF will\ be In The reformer who recently remarked No matter where your path may this connection It la opprop- of the usual, elevated and enhanced into the
operation then to help relieve the that he could turn rlate to say that I have followed
pressure.-Starke 1'elegraphVe'U a bobbed-haired. angel scarcely would ImagIne Your welfare la his chief concern. the law as to my duties In this re- :d unusual. For the spirit of Santa Claus and his .'.
try to rush the construction worka have to stretch his Imagination' No matter what your dream maybe apart being found in Section 406,

bit.-Gainesville-- -Sun.o still headed further one, to,-Detroit conjure New up .a bald-i lie prays, your triumph soon to see. flclnls It. G. S.to which pay over requires monies State collected of-- never-failing reindeer speeds not only over the roofs of the '.

The explosion near Starke the within thjrty days after the end
There is no wish your tongue
can
other night shook this whole sec logs" OniiKcmuM.---p- careful tell. of the month In which the same world where children dwell but into the hearts of ;
tion of the state, but everyone how with Hut that it la your friend's as well are received. I have handled this everyone.-
will agree that It really did not you play a dog.Vo no- nut the life of hint who has a state business in the same way It is
need a shaking up at all.-Gainesville tice where a lady in Macon fell and friendIs handled by the Secretary of State, ,, '9 7.W.-a N..cpehw u...
broke her arm while with
romping
Dally Sun. double-guarded Commissioner of Agriculture State
to the end.
hers day last week. -
one It Is l less
-o- -- Superintendent of Public Instruc- try-first. The legislature i
-Edgar A. Guest. of 1935
Those Lake County editors who danger for a lady to be darning or --p- tion, and others. That Is to say, made June 30th, the end of our the proud. I am deeply grateful to 1931 which has enbaled me to do
people of the
combined to make all political candidates operating a sewing machine thanto Mount Dora-Local ,packing money received Is placed In a bank fiscal year to comport with that of spUndld co-operation State for their this and'have the money In the
pay cash for advertisingare be playing with a dog-Dah- house opened and shipments going to the credit of the office and dls- the general government and most abled me to do this. which en- treasury awaiting them when applied .
sImply trying to take the editor lonega (Ga.) Nuggett. forward. bured at the end of the month by of the other States and the trans I might for. My observation I Is that
say further
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out of creditor.-Tarpon Mount Dora-18 miles of concrete check on the bank. In fact, that fer of the motor vehicle work to Into the Treasury 176,565.68 have paid I very little of this money will be
Springs Leader. Tampa has established a new I roads completed recently In Is the practical way to handle It a motor vehicle commissioner: did not belong that called for by those who are en- "
mark in the production of cigars St. Lucie county In record time. and Is the same method used by makes the prospects bright for me county but to the State nor titled to It, Involving only. email .{
any
Game Law In Georgia-Ye editor Has this affected the cabbage mar- Madison-New Sunday school the various county officers In the for a peaceful and quiet Christ I sent to represent. monies urns tor a ch and practically all '
has gone Into the trapping ket any?-Sarasota Times. Don't up me by (ndlyjduals' who of It will
discharge of their duties. revert to the Also
unit being added to Baptist church mas this :year, for which I am duly did not complete their State.
business. We have already caught know about that, but we suspect building. Those familiar with the affair thankful. To have been relieved for motor vehicle applications In many cases part or all may have
fifteen mice In the sleeping department It has made quite a difference in at the capItol know that Christ of the responsibility of handling and title certificates registrations been due had the transaction been .\
of our office within avery sale of hemp.-Gainesville Sun. St. AugustinOld Ore escapeon mas week baa always been the millions of dollars has lifted a back to the applicant that Is to go completed by the applicant. So no .
short time, and will keep it Guess you don't smoke.TampaTribune. Orange street grammar school ; busiest time of the year It being great burden from my shoulders application for ..upon proper considerable "amounts probably
up till we catch them all unless Yes, any kind but El replaced with modern *am In other will\ ever be
escapes and the rush season In the motor vehicle and to check out O. K. In the words. I have turned called for.
the Georgia legislature passes an Ropos.-Gainesville Sun. Haven't end stairways. work, and prior to the 1925 handling of so much money involving State Treasury that Into the I have also paid Into the state .
act to amend the fish and game noticed any cigars from down there Bunnell-Road to mainland legislature the calendar sum of money treasury as noted
year was transactions with so many over and above what above, $74.655 .- '.
law so aa to Include mice and rats named after Billy Sunday, either. from Key West will\ be completedby the fiscal year which closed out people Is an accomplishment of be paid to the State and was'due to ,60 In Interest on funds de- ,','

Dahlonega (da.) Nugget. Tallahassee Democrat. December 1. our annual reports December thlr- which I think I mar. justly feel who secured passage of the It law was In I I lag posited distribution.while In my custody pend- ;

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t7, here We have any number of gift
I We have a complete line of Eastman Kodaks, iyv' creams, nut centers, caramels, fruits,bon bons,
from the tiny Brownie to the larger sizes of ,, suggestions-any one of which will Klacetl fruits and nuts. The ideal sweets for the

folding pocket kodaks. Make your selection _r-.5 please her more than anything you holiday season.
Films for all sizes carried in stock. j'
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sell. Whether dollar ten dollars,
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KIND ice cream, because Mother always says ;
you can be sure.the pipe buy is made of good
briar. you Carter's and Century Pens and Pencils she likes its rich creamy smoothness. And I ",
; Cigars, cigarettes and tobaccos-all popular like it "because it comes in so many delicious
I' brands-packed in gift boxes, ready to make Shaving Sets Hoys' Ingersoll Watches flavors.
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least-of obtaining decidedly good values, make Darby's Store your head- >,

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IMPORTANT conducted within "r"5 -"
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of outside activities which really makes I (,E _ 1;( 1 I'
or breaks a community-whether it '
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women of Starke and vicinity who have '. I
never stopped to consider or realize the .. / / I / $ ;' :
important place their decisions and actions \' I +IH-T- t i.. '
occupy in the development and a J ,i p M mR j 1 1 l ..fi; I
growth of Starke. '

It has been rather conclusively proved that the women of America control the expenditures or are the actual spenders of
from 70 percent to 90 percent of the family income. This being true, as applied to Starke, it can readily be understoodthat
each and every woman in Starke has a distinct duty to perform in co-operating with those loyal citizens who day
after day, month after month, and year after year carry on in the effort to build a bigger and better Starke.

"My Town First" is a slogan which expresses loyalty. It is a slogan which every woman here can adopt as her very
own. The merchants and business men of Starke solicit your patronage only on the basis of "quality first." They want
your business on no other platform. If they can please you then it is good business. If your purchase should prove unsatisfactory '
they are here every day in the year to make good through refund or adjustment entirely satisfactory to
you. When you buy away from home-no such service is available.

The Home-Spent Dollar is the Well-Spent Dollar. A dollar spent with home merchants stays to make the wheels .
of progress turn-and the town grows., A dollar taken or spent away from home-is gone forever-and the town with-
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Don't Forget says wise old Santa, that gifts are fine, but after all, the way to a man's heart is the stomach-and the
feast is a very important part of the holiday celebration. M-C Grocery is stocked with the finest
groceries in,town, and can take care of your every need-at prices that cannot be equalled. We have a store full of goodies await-
ing your order. Phone. or come in-either way you will receive the best of service. ____
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RED BLISS 10 Pounds 45c \ Fresh Country SUGAR
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Bottle 59c
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I 15-oz. Package l.Jc 8-oz. package _______ 8t
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1 Pound 65c :j Orange, Lemon, pound ... 32c i Pound Can __________
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2 Pounds _._h ._ _____h -- $135 I Citron Peel, Pound J.Je :3 Pound Can __ ___________ $M8
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