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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 23, 1927
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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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Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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W CLAYCOUNTYPLANNED i j I FIGHT AGAINSTNEW / Twenty-Five Per I


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According to custom of the past
I IVom l KlorlilnInadequate. ,
Miles Hat ml For Of-uln To Street .several years the directors\ of the
t' Paving .
Jacksonville Traffic Hy Crow I I Bank of Starke met Tuesday nightto

County. Highway In review the year's business and
Plant Hoe 10.
Started City --Opening,
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Thin tok'etlonOreen to declare the annual dividend to
with mi array of legal talent from
I stockholders. The of of-
'I Tuesda'J'1 tttti reports
several railroad opposing) the In-
,, Cove Springs, Dec. 17.- Paving of the >lj' llcers" of the ban 0 showed the year
uiiguintlon of'l"XIH"'II" car refrigerator
: Preliminary arrangements for the for In the last ]j' service, the hearing before 1927 to have b'pul1 record breaker -
formation of the Ocalu-Jackson- Tuesday morning, beginning at dell In both volume of business and
I II the Director of the Interstate Commerce
p rllle Short Houte Association were Intersection of Water and Non'' Commission. was commencedIn net earnings+ <>: and It wan decidedto

made at a meeting held at Penney streets, and working west b I, put d dlvUtend ot 25 per cent in
Lakeland Thursday morning at
Farms last when Church street where will be .
+ night delegates It paled the Christmas tuckiug of the
This should be the most successful Christmas in our his ten o'clock. riant City was represented
trem Green Cove all the ,
Springs Orange way through town t stockholders. Thin Is equivalent
liy 11, H. Huff, socretarymaniiKer
Park.-Middleburg, Keystone, Ocala' Tenth street. The big machlin tory if we try to make it so. Let us crowd hate and its kindred of the Chamber of Com ot $25 on each $100 worth of
and, Jacksonville met at the St. 1 used in mixing and pouring the stock. The total amount of the
Johns Inn In Penney Farms. concrete makes quick work i ot, suspicion and gloom, out of our hearts. Let us focus merceV. K.: DoViino president I illvldrn.il was 176000.:
ot the Plant City Growers' Association
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f The proposed new route would building the six Inch concrete bn-e that star which led the Wise Men to While tho
our eyes on guiding a poor sad growers C. C. Wiggins stockholders were
avft twenty miles In the present and Integral curb. I Klveu this tinbtitanflat'return

I distance between Jacksonville and On account of the cold weath. abode, and in the warmth of its glow rekindle in ourselves the I From and. the others.start of the hearing I their Investment the well known on

+, Ocala if the state can be prevailed work was held up Wednesday niter I I conservative
policy of the Bank of
genial flame of charity.Let tliu railroad/ rcpi'OHi-ntftllvcH opposed -
upon to build a short stretch of completing the one block fromWater Ktarko
was not overlooked as la
to Inject Into tin
attempt
I[Bald pavement, from across Doctor's Clay Lake county at, It the!Is I pected to to Mabel resume street. operations It Was e-j-!!! us, for the day at least, forget the things that worryus. lvdene every I by Bhlpper and the 1 Flour ;,' ,hewn, by the fact that the directors
ordered
I addition of
w an
Ida ititllrnnd ronimlxHlon nllyl lung
1 Pe k I Northeast corner to Keystone Thursday morning.. In their places let us substitute thoughts of the many that would tend to show the I>I'CII-/ 10000.00 to be made to the surplus -
Heights and Melrose at the southwestern
p corner of Clay county. MISS KATE LIVISiSTU\: things for which we may be thankful.. Let us forgive our enemies I cnt freight service won not only ]l fund. Thin places the capital
and surplus of the bunk
Inadequate an to time made, but at $40,000
l i Last night's held at meeting the Jacksonville followed a Miss Kate Livingston 88, dlurt and lean more heavily upon the staff of friendship. Thus i alam OH to rates In effect\ besides a substantial sum that will

+ meeting at her home In Starke Monday K.: S. Matthews of the State be left In the undivided profits account
Motor Club earlier In the week each of us will become a center of happiness and able to'spread I I
of the chamber ot noon, following an apoplectic Knllrond Commission was the at the end of the year. .

i| where commerce delegates conferred with the stroke on Friday before. News of that cheer which is at the heart of Christmas observance.No I first witness and consumed the entire .

her death will come as a shock: to morning and part ot the at-
of the motor
( board of governors Bennett Goes
i club at the suggestion of Simon F. the many warm friends made !by reason of the year so delightfully excites one's imagination ernoon'a session In filing evidence

L'1 (Williams, one of the motor club Miss Livingston during the yews or calls more sympathetically to one's tenderest emo I covering! every phase of the berry
t, [governors and prominent member she made her home in Starke. Funeral II movement from Starke: and Law- To State FarmEverett

of the Clay county chamber Of services weer held at the tions. We do not need to be reminded that the festive occasion Ii toy

4 ; Presbyterian church Wednesday at I Others taking the stand were
ommerce commemorates the announcement of the religion of
Among those who attended the 1:30: o'clock, followed by inter Chester-Franzelle of Pittsburgh,, Bennett, convicted ot

k Jacksonville meeting and aided ment in Crosby Lake cemetery. Dr. peace and love for the feeling is all around us. It expresses I representing the commission manslaughter and sentenced to 10
H. A. Tucker of the Presbyterian testified years at hard labor, was taken to
pastor house of that who
n i last night's meeting were: F. O church officiating.Acuve itself in tranquillity for the old and in joyous promptings for ; name the state prison farm Wednesdayuf
i. his did not handle
Hark president of the Clay coun- : that company
Bearers were: J, ja u .. the that, ternoon! Attorn;;:: fop, rjJtftt:
T1 chamber of commerce; Senatoi pan the young. II I I Florida berries for reason :-
P. Miller Keystone Heights:: Mitchell, A. M. Darby, T. N. K.n- the freight service wa of such along have appealed the case to tbe *uPr5me .

i 'lo Buddington, Mlddleburg; Ed I drlck, E. S. Matthews, Qo. .A. Happiness is in the air.. I length of tlmd !haUh.y uM. court and It la thought likely -

rson Clay county commission Gardiner, F. A. Scott, C. H. Marks, not affordTi risk of dealing In IlenneU will be released under

: D. W. Morton, business mana- T. S. Williams. Honorary: J. ,M. The penetration of the Christmas Flolda berries On the other a supersedeas bond of $3,000,
spirit
er of the Peaney-Gwlnn Corpora Truby. J. W. Andrews, Sr., J hn encourages us in I hand, he saId If flxpfaas car service pending/ the hearing..

on; Col. George Hulvey, secro-, Uglow, N. H. Hull. the faith that the world is growing better for it cannot be Inaugurated, his 1'011"1'11would .-- .. -.-."
''r, 'ry of the Clay' county chamber Miss Livingston was born AJig- !rims rmiolTltOj,:
J'IU.I; rlfoI1''rlOiV
otherwise than that the recurrent planting of such seeds pot/ In the Florida deal J
commerce and E. L. Meade ot ust 8, 1859 at Emlenton I Ii.; year l '
M. ot Starke and
I' Truby ,
p grower ON HinnvrAr
(range Park, came to Starke with her pare its, by year tends more and more toward the fruition of universal ihlpper, also testified In connection
Emeline L. (Crawford) and Gen 'go
> W. LlvlngBton.4naa.. where he ,', Jove and brotherhood. with, every phase of the berry Fire early Moriiffty' morning com-
r. Murphree production and movement from
has made her home ever sin ce I 1 : pletey destroyed the flllli.'at station

k Dies Of Heart She is survived by an only brot'or,, Our greeting to you is for a merry Christmas and the IIH| The city near the Intersection of the Drank !
Stnto Railroad!
Commlsslon.'ntl
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owned
wish
wife; two nieces. Mrs. Marie I lliv- that all of us may carry much of the spirit and blessings \II !' expert J. /II. Teui!i, took I F. C. HollliiKsworth. The by

Attack Tuesday ngston MacMaster and Miss Margaret of the day into every other day of the year. Thus shall we tliu Bland .lute. In tlio ufternoon !' tho fire has not been determin originof
Livingston and two'great with I Ito lillnnt of placing before ,: ed.

nephews, George Riley and Held, draw nearer to the fulfillment of the ideal typified by Christ- the Director comparative figure of I

I. Gainesville, Dec. 20.-President Jr., McMaster all of Tampa. mas. rates from Lotilftlntia' / points and 'i

+ ,A. Murphree ot the University I|I Miss Livingston was a charter Florida freight mid express rates, /or the growers of thin section at

fj [ Florida, was found dead In bed a member of the Presbyterian THE PUBLISHERS. but on a technicality brought out I the hearing hold at Lakeland dur

i morning at his home In' church, her parents having bad by! the examiner himself. Mr. I jug Thursday, Friday, Saturday
nesvllle. Ills death was at- and Monday/
Tench's evidence In this
part In giving ground for and organizing (
'onnc-//
uted to heart disease. He was During
the Presbyterian church lon was roiioHled| ro-stntod Saturday afternoon and
ken 111 shortly before mid- here. At the time of her dtuh 'erent' form, which will bo done at yesterday" the railways Bought
tit last night but had apparent- I largely throuah .
tni-linioni_
odny'H HORslon.I .. "n'n'-
( she was treasurer ot the rhtiteh. .i --- m t-""""
: ['rallied from the attack which to establish
which office she had faithfully !lleld I Attorneys T. T Turnbiill for the that present service
not considered i I for many years. I I State Commission gabled. an IIn.Ilortllnt In entirely adequate to accommo
; r. Murphree\ had been president Among those here for the ser- New HighwayIs NEW AUTO TAG Federal Judge point when he was nble! to date the volume of strawberries
he state Institution since July !; I have the Director' I from this section of the
vice, besides the Livingston/ turnHy Inject the rate wtate. S.
1 1909. lie wns born at Walnut are: Mrs. J. S. Haucli of Mi Planned For INSTRUCTIONSARE Call Dies AtJacksonville comparison in connection with thesorvtcet A Stnekard general superintendent
re, Ala.. In 1870. of
v ami. Mrs. Susan Voorhces and \ feature, the Director endeavoring transportation on the S. A.

Mrs. R. M. Tourtell of Pierce. :Mr. Clay County GIVEN OUT to rule that the rate fea- I.. Hallway; C. 10. Hick of the
L 1y To Il<> Tnltcn To Tallahassee Seiilmnrd
r > Frank Carter, Mr. and Mrs. ('. A. ere had no collection"' win I the matter and a number of rep- 1
lnesvllIe, Fla., Dec. 21.Fu-
Marks of Tampa. --- under hearing; but as It was i-enontnliven of the mechanical de-

.1 e services president for ot Dr.the A.University A. Mur- Short.HOIII". From Orange Park to Mint> License Inspector. Urges Apo1.I"'all..ml Long Fatal lllncH ICnilx: 1'..I.lle developed by Attorney Turnbiill partment of* the railways wereplaced
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Keystone -- Ho Filed Early to and Secretary Huff of the Chamber on the stand to substantiate
I Height to Aid Career of ill Years -
11 'lorlda, who died here yester-
Avoid IlUMli. of tho contentions ot the
\VATSONQUITS Traffic Commerce, the Director finally rullwayn.
were held In the First Bap-
F.. W. Wiggins
u I agreed that this feature was and n. W. Burch

church this morning .beforer STATE RACE Green Cove Springs Dec. 17.- With the view of conserving the Jacksonville Doc. 16.-Death IiermlHRlble and name was allowed Intel shippers, wore called by the
Murphree's body won seek
llahuxsee for Interment ser- Plans for the development of two time of automobile owners as well today closed tne career of Judge to go Into the record after being railways to the witness stand and1I."t'll..d

F' 1 1 be held tomorrow afterto I new highways were launched at as making the work of the auto- Ilhydon M. Call who had devoted re-drafted by Mr. Tench. that an far as they were

4 from the home of Mrs. John ('''lUl .r..tp for Governorvcrs Ix>* f the meeting of the Board of coun- moble license plate bureaus easier, 35 years of Ills life to public ser- Secretary! !Huff exports tile hearing concerned they were stlnfled with

erson. gal TncrrtalntlpN.Miami. ty commissioners of Clay county Instructions for obtaining the new vice.With to continue through today, Saturday the present service but that If the

VR+ e services had a curiously) :at their meeting last Monday when 927 license tags were Issued today his passing at his Jacksonville and ptiHHlbiy Monday, and growers wanted the express car
I dignity. The llev. Thomas Dec. IB.-Because vt the ,I Commissioner J. Edwin Larson by E. W. Blossom, state inspector, home this morning Florida reports that the attitude of the service they would be glad for
n of the legal uncertainty sUl'roulldlng'+' proposed that the commissioners motor vehicle department."It lost a distinguished and carriers la an aHHiimptlon on their I them to have It, When asked to
cCaul Ilaptlsth revered
x officiated pastor Before him, members of the 1927 legislaturewho / ieek. to Hid the state I In the early will lie, absolutely necessary jurist and a member of one of Its part of making the hearing/ a matter / i'or> 'in. by the railways, both refiiMcil .

b the. ministers of the might/ be candidates for ItOVI building of state road number six for certain regulations to be ob- most prominent families. Judge of small Importance and on the to withdraw their named

,churches were this university I[ernor, State Senator John W Wnt- ty-five and take steps toward the HerVBflwllleh- -. -- ----.- -ola..-.-. "-..+HI.. I........-. .0..-. Call, of the United States court for other hand Indeiivorlng to show | from I the petition asking for the

dr sn of Miami, tonight announced I construction n- ---- nf-_ ..._ .".AW.. ..v.,...>u* .-.u.-.- Important boarlng on the time element the southern district: of Florida that the present freight' schedule I Iced refrigerator oar service.

dI church in which Dr. Mur-\ that he will not be a comlldute. I| nlng from the Green Cove Sprlngs- Involved. wince the Wilson administration, 'In entirely adoquate. for the band- Tho railways contended, that to

,I '.had a vital constant interns "The state supremo court has Starke highway north, to join the "First, in order to procure the had been III for over a year, h.4 ling/ of I Florliln berries I ImiiKA the Hervli,i> to that\ asked

thronged with townfolk refused to give a ruling on the old state road. number three. license, the title certificate must I condition becoming critical six Secretary Huff reports that every fur would entail the pinon.iimi- T n_... ...
eligibility of deflator John S Taylor The board be presented. In event the effort IH being 'fin> their part of
made rune six
: "i Ith vlstors: from every part' was told that the last car weeks ago. He would' have boon liy the ; million
rldu who had come to pay I[ Representative W. A. Mi. Ken- scHslon ot the state legislature had l III new and no title certificate has 70 years old Jan. 13 railroad "repreHeniitlvcn to dlHcon- dollars for rolling stock, it being/
zle and myself, and Secretary of designated highway sixty-five been Issued, the bill of sale must curt witnesses of tho commission, lo'tlm..le.1 that SCO cars would be
nnl homage to the educator. Judge Cull hud been
pr' 4 ilal section reserved for Dr. State Crawford has declined to uc- through Clay county from Orange be brought from the dealer and city councilman a Jacksonville they picking every legal ticlinlality needed to take care of the pro-
:rapt our registration. feet. so I feelIt Park application for the Duval county poHod service
to Keystone Heights but thatIt title must be poHslhle rut her than udher- at a cost of $8,000
ree'a colored friends, was solicitor and
a circuit
C1): ed.ry. wise to withdraw from sue an''! would probably be several years made at the time the license is Applied 21 years. lie judge for InK to the !basis of complaint. inch Their plea wan that the pre .
unsatisfactory contest," the sena- before funds for. If the certificate was a graduate of More three riot service Is adequate
P member of the dead edu- !' will be available to has Washington and Lee than hundred growers to the demands
a except tor said in a statement published'' I push It forward been lost application must be time and for a representing an acreage of between of the Industry.

a obert famlly Wallace was present Chicago! his In the Miami Herald.( It l Is understood that the road made for a duplicate certificate."In practiced a member law In of Virginia the becoming six and seven hundred acres H. II. Huff, testifying Saturday

y v t r daughter, who Is now on "The last legislature IIIt.reaR-/ ,.t rnmes under the heading of Second the past there has been bar in 1891. Florida and a number of t shippers, signed' afternoon showed that l In repre
v to Tallahassee where she ed the salary of the /j preferential highways. of the state's much complaint about payment of the petition for the Iced' express Rooting the signers of the petition

4 OM ye present for the last rites $1,000 and some have Interpreted II program i[ of construction and the hack tax on cars just purchased.It An prominent members of the cars to be put In service') by the for the new service be represented

the constitution as forbidding any II attention of the board was called should be understood that the bar extolled his brilliant mind and railroads for tile movement of' the a total of 830 acres of berries, or

ow. member of that body from running i i.a: the fact that If the county took I agency has no jurisdiction whnt- Integrity the flag over the government strawberry crop. more than half of the total '

1 for the ofllce In the coming pri dome action at this time toward ever over this ruiln.bIhW;; ;an building was at half mast. -- acreage estimated at 1,200 acres

.UNTY, AGENT mary."I aiding the state road department, act passed by the legislature in I Funeral services were held Friday Ih"rl".rlll"r Car hv the railways a :year ofio. Mr.\
personally believe we are eligible work on he road might be startedat 1925. The act made !it mandatory' Dnc. 16 and Interment at 3 :Monifny Ilcnrlnif Ends': Huff testified that the freight ser

MING HERE but have come to the realization an earlier date than otherwise. that ifs car has been purchased ,'clock In South Jackxonvllle. Lakeland Doc. 20. -.Pi-nuno/-t- vice en strawberries- --- .!"-_.._. t.__uu.__,
t'ia that any candidate entering A committee wan appointed of -"r'Q splendid and that the
.. by some action favorable railway
j 1't+' f. -has been the governor's race under the the board to confer with the ,I county funds, within a few berry growers of Florida to straw had done all In their power to
day In
r ; Fleming appoint. handicap of public i Indecision on Chamber of as state funds., ic prior to Dec. conne.'tlon make It the best
Commerce
the agricultural department.Ity thin matter and the lack of any ,Jacksonville and the Is said, could not be available for 15, three months back tax must with the move to secure spite of this It possible but in
Motor la
j of Florida as farm official ruling can have only slight Club to propose It. This, It I Is said would run from be paid. The law provides that Iced refrigerator expresn car ser handle the not adequate to
means for furthering the vice crop In a
tratlon lor Bradford pro Lees Corner to the full year's tax for the strawberry matter satis
agent hopes for success" he concluded ject while the a point on the must be paidon movement factory to the
and he took up his new commissioners de- Green Cove-Starke highway In car purchased after the first out of the state are believed to clared that growers. He de-
d this week. Mr. Fleming Is l to customers located In different cided to seek to secure from the Penney Farm of the year until June 30. After be fairly good a* the result of evidence service with the express car

erlenced man and expects parts of the country, using parcel state which a survey of the route over No definite action will be undertaken June 30 and prior to Oct. 1, a half presented at the four-day be eliminated a two-day hazard would
the
te his time to best benefit post and express. Several years It is new road Is to be built. by the county commmla- ['year's tax I la due, and from Oct. 1 hearing concluded in. Lakeland berry business. from the straw.

', iteresU of the farmers and ago Mr. Scott started his mall order the thought to be probable that stoners* It Is laid until state officials to Dec. 15, payment must be made yesterday before Director W. P. A large
of the county. At present pecan business oa a small new highway when built will have been approached and for the quarter. Bartell. representing the Inter|'were In number of grower

AI _?. ming Is getting acquainted scale shipping small quantities run from Mlddleburg south to a have expressed their attitude toward state Commerce: Commission. yesterday.attendance at the bearing

t wta' Je people he Is to work with of the nuts to friends and advertising point on the Green Cove-Starke tbe location of the Orange Sheriff While It will\ doubtless be some Last
Says "Oet
highway near Waller Tagged"Sheriff night E. S.
a*. getting a line on the products his product In northern pa- and will follow Park-Keystone Heights highwayand Epperson few month before any decision I Is ber of Matthews mem
the stated the
graded road Tuesday tate
for home pers. Ills business to from there to In to rendered by the Railroad Com
feeing grown canon has grown regard the county road. that new tag must be commstlon in view mission
e and outside markets. the extent that he Is unable to supply Keystone Heights Geneva and other /It Is said, to be probable that the vehicle by on all motor of the fact that there are a number and ; J. H. Tench, rate expert,
January 1st
T. T.
towns and
at the that Turnbull
southwest corner best other attorney for
l the 1
demand from his own Interests of residents of Mld- he would not bearings to be hold In the
of the grant any extensionof commission
county. ,
8 MAIL ORDER trove and he has from other lleburg. Lees various southern conferred with
to buy Corner, Rldeout and time. strawberry ecu
PECAN HOUSE The second highway Brdford county tag agent ter Mr. Huff here relative to
development IIf.: further
Doctor' Huff
l, grove owners. HI* success Is Inlet will be secretary-mana
considered 'la Miss date
Margaret
Scott has proposed to the ,board for Long who bas of to ha placed before
shipped over I lue to the quality and to careful before county funds ger the East Hlllsborough subsequent -
are
provided once coun
g ands of paper shell pecans trading.I .early action Is one to be built by to start work. in the building occoupled by ty t chamber of commerce, believe hearings which will be held
C. Wall. after thin
Ilarojd first
.t that many good point were icocad: point of the year at other

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I ..........+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++; I I I II II ing a blizzard. For a little they T .....++. ..;....+N: ; MelbourneMoro); ; than- 26 men- r.'

of search being made for employed In Improving RiverFront

I Picturesque Quebec, Ancient Capital of New France I I CS: octourat spoke the jitney a, but It became evld..nl"detour" IS MI.BROOKERI. Lots Unloer. Gnr.fJrooker. .. Park.

had' Indeed] been a dream. Bartow-$76,000 new Masonic

:.++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++( ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++** I I 1f1'ltmarlf11t Never mind, Cluy's ankle wn get- I......N.++.............. home formally opened. .
1 tine better, and. Helen felt like a ,
I child out of school., I Dec. 23.-Mr. D. L. + u ...

.D iiEdith In the afternoon the two hub I Jones of Indiantown, was visiting ,

I ,MiniterI bled and tripped( respectively( Into ,1 wife and children here this week Say it with Flowers <'< I

br! I the kitchen ('III ry. Through thlinlforen end.

I dow they saw their host I Mr It. M. Galney was a visitor Flowers For All
I| ass mind the daughter nf tile bedridden -
Waldo Sunday night
; woman. What was It they Occasions
I bent ovt'r7 Mr. and Mrs.V.. H. DuBose, Mr.

Helen's' parcel with Its bunchof Isaiah DuHose and son, J. C. were

I"I scarlet tissue, Its bolt of green visiting friends and relatives here Gertrude God bey

i ribbon, Its sprigs' of orIl ('lul! holly. Sunday. I ,

I Hut with what wNtful. eyes were Mr. and !Mrs. Cliff llazen anti Anderson Nt
the nomcn regarding. these gewgaws. I
children\ of Lacrosse were VIMlllng1'1'I"nIH I -- ,

i They say," whispered, Miss 1 1 and relatives hero Sunday. i Phone S9 Waldo Fla.
Gould barely touching the pretties Misses Grade Greene and Mel-

with linger tips|' discolored by bred \Hodges; and !Mr. Clyde Keley I' --- ... .--
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Iodine, "I hilt In lets of places one attended the Christmas treo at

I never bus a f'lirlstmrs gift! not Half 01',1 last Friday night. ; -
tied up nice I rend It somewhere C. Matheny and Miss I A Digest of the Platform of
Mr. C.
-the Is half the gift !I"
I wrapping'
I "1\III'ho MO! ," sold Miss Eliot "I ,Thelma Johnson were visiting nt i Doyle E. Carlton
weekend.Mr .
never hud u C'lirlstmas present." /Uckuonvllle' this

| "I did have some good times," C. I K. Crosby from Jacksonville I Candidate for Governor

;. .- ITIST.\I-I.K: : pc'ople, I returned :Miss Gould, "before mn \ visited friends and relatives ikyh

:<. said I II"h'n. wasting/ I took sick Hung UI'| my slocking 'here this weekend.Mr. \.
'" u glare: on the crowd and always got some little tricks.
Y yri v II U I ,\ ll .1.11 milling about a bargain 1 Wasn't ,contented though. Usedto and Mrs. Guy Pnholster visited and

II[I 7, n table "Kach: one : hanker for a tree"lir'ken mby from Jacksonville
= In senrdi of the very \ turned quickly not to be :riend. and relatives here this w

object I am trying to I>:('t." rnuglit eavesdropping. In the parlor week-end.

E "Impossible," returned, !good>: old she confronted Clay Hamilton Misses Lorenu, and Own Green

Cyrus from over hIs hiding!>: of bun. with the air of one about to replyto ,mid Mr. Russell Green were visitIng I '
dles. "Some: ure men and cannot n loud-spoken\ objection.) Sunday eve. }\
Duke
be in pursuit of the articles on "For goodness gracious Bake," relatives nt .

M- EY, ..b{ JFp jour list. she exclaimed "don't say whatever t.ing. m r I
2 Ik-leu wanted to retort "Stupid\ you were about to. Slap right I There will bo a Christmas dlnier -

but laughed Instead.\ "I don't mean where Jell lire, and help ale I at the Hapllut churh, Worthtuton .

they are looking!>: for step-lni nndteddies have to contrive a Christina present "' Sprngs; Uec 25 and every- ,

," she returned. "Hut we for nt bust a dozen people( nnd "l.idy Invited to attend.Mr. \.
all want a $3;:; gift for 41)) rents I'm ,deck\ n ire for two' And! noll.lng :
so tired 1 I guess I'll go home." to do It with-not c thing. And' I II : IhlH l'llnl1d Lee Green were "

And went Just like that. She visitors to Lake Duller Friday
6WCtgr1Y COMMANDER 4 p./r9rrA NNO WR. MACii s CNFMPL&IV STATUS, I
It. II. Green was a visitort"
Mr.
OwFF/E4/N TERRACE was that kind of u sudden person I
which. ins why tyros loved lfaxvllloIonday.! .
In approaching Quebec early. in the ships on that first momentous voyage important day that woe tot tyortb "'"I"
her but had never found time and
The are progressing along
tuorumg. u u uol dimcult to picture ,., Recently the 32.ouo-ton Empress America place. right for telling her BO. men ,
of Australia. and her Commander The view from DufTcrln Terrace v,'ry nicely" on the new school tg +: A3 1
.
this old city through the eye of Cnnda Helen[ fell Into a waiting jitney.Oh 81
R Q Lorta were wclcomeo presents In lovely prospect pictur bidding and are hoping to have It ;
but !!mo wnq And
a earliest explorer The ocautiful to Quebec by President C: W OcatlJ. esque Lisle Orleans where the Habitant n-wcnry. I finished by Jan. 30, 1928.
peak that. called forth Comer and: Vice-president W R Maclnnecot still follow in the wayi of nu bow long since the nightmare started 1 fhi
? It begun/ In the summer when Mr. J. E. Clemons was a bnnl-
PacificTo Laurentian
exclamation. "What the Canadian tethers and the distant '
a oenkf' flee"lust
for conscience said l she mustn't crochet 1I n, "s visitor to Htarlce Monday, (
drive about Quebec when trees form a perfect setting tnts old
.a* grandly as ever .and the site what she to crochet but
minted Mr. H. L. Huff Mr. L. It, Gnluey "
I and gardens wear their summer 'garb city where a stately Chateau Ftontenoc -
of ChamplBin. MAl>lIatlon" lies what would] he I> useful come Christ I '.
Just and dress the twisting streets with end a frowning citadel lend a and Mr C. .F. Lltchflcld were bunlu by
beyond the qua uo rot or 'sings the characters and buildings of the touch of medieval Europe to this inas. Then" ciiiiie the IIIII!>:IIII. "Shop:; I -s visitors! to Gainesville Friday

wharf In the cut de 8nc. where the I dnys of the Intendnncy It to see history .ancient outpost of Empire In the New Early." Helen\ hud shopped early, I Mr.. A. L. Crosby, Mr. S. M .(
hips trofn France unloaded their live On the Plains of Abraham World but that did not mean she was T.-
precious cargona of anxiouiily .awaited I where the forces of Wolfe and Mont. The pretty roads and lanes. of Quebec able to nvold, shopping' Into. The I Mittand Mrs. C. S. Kelley were
IP spirit of (llllllls-loI'e, goodwill, I business visitor to Starke Monday. DOYLE E. CARJ.'I'UNHHHIK }
supplies ur time the great Em- calm I faced each other that fateful are ViVId with Incident and I
prtjacb m jcsilc I inert that follow September morning so long ago one glimpses reminiscent of the countrylife peace. Whnt was It 7 b i e' I Mr. and Mrs. Curls Melvin and |

Cnrticr route to the sea down the \is Inclined to speculate upon the result of Old Prance. and Ste Anne de Her eyes tlosed. I .children have purchased a home ".- |{i>H>is IIIK! UK Holt Depart -

Bt Laurence and up. anchor at the had Destiny willed the tide of Beaupre. near-by, is a beautiful. and "Detour! exclaimed' the driver, here and we all welcome them to ntent.
,
St. Lour docks In the very place battle otherwise and probably, to appreciate sacred shrine of International Inter us he turned on a side road lie our town. k

where h. sheltered his tiny sixty-ton for the Bret time, what an I est and sacred significance.I was an "extra" earning for college.. Mr. H. 1). Crosby was a business I Continue. the building of good ylreads.
During Christmas season h. like
l\\\ visitor to Jacksonville Friday. I II
the rest of the world, ('\'erwork'eland \ (a) With especial en1 ,lasts on
Mm. Josle IJall and daughter; I I Nyrum Wynn of Hampton, I Minn ]Flora Wilcox and Thel- low ;
................+....+. uuderslept. After driving 18 I cost, high quality, .utegrlty
: 1II1H14 Mamie and Joe S. William, spent Monday here with her sls- hours, he hud] taken this "trick" flu Johnson, Messrs, Lyon Crosby of administration, and Justice to. '\

t SAMPSON CITY wore railed to Nuhunta, CJu., Wednesday Iter, Mrs. Jack Wynn. so the regular man could, go: and For He Sticks Pulled!In the Blrchbark Woodbox. From | au.l Valburn Harrell all attendedlbe I all interned .using Florida materials "

to the bedside of her I G, II. Brown was u visitor to buy tl1ll1l>:.. All I the wives made moving picture show at Lake as far us rcnjl is''nt with

.+....N................ brother, JudKO \V. M. Itoberson Jacksonville Friday nil the liusbnmls do] the same. I Hut or last Friday] night I' performance nnd ",one: a
who stricken with stroke of hero }Therefore Clay Hamilton, who Mr. and Mrs. t.
was a during recent campaign A. Crosby were I Hi >)> Eliminate,; all waste and 1ektravagali'e
Sampson City, Doc) 23..-Rev. I had no wife, drove the jitney. Drove ,
paralysis Monday, night. launched by beautlTlcatlon committee visors to Starke Wednesday. i In road maintenance.c .
C. A, Crosby of Stnrke, filled his It on and on. Perhaps dozed off. It's already lute slid night closingIn. : S
Alonzo of chamber of attended the I
Mr. and Mrs. Goodgo, of commerce large: crowd cane thorough business l- .S
regular A wheel skidded.] I ." ( ) Require a
Something
appointment here : ca
Saturday Sturko, spent Sunday, here with Mount Dora-Number bf new at the home of Mr. und \ orllanlzallon'of the department f
night and re'n.llInd Boinutlilng else smashed. night here II'IIS"hpre Clay scored ; -
: Sunday 1/1
morning
relatives.! homes being built here. "Where vita we be?" asked above any possibilities of Cyrus H. II, Green last Wednesday I with regular audits, operate) ,I.

I Mesdames Lester Kite and Jim !Mr. and !Mrs. J. S. Thomas have Helen, gazing at n black highway.>: who would, surely hnve observedthe en a budget ,and wltlii.i\ the bud. :
i Kite and Miss Mamie Hall spent gone to Jacksonville to visit rela- CHIPS The man laughed grimly. "I Inconsistency. "Let It close," Mr.! I'}. II, demons was a visitor l- get.
I \ 1
.. Tuesday In Gainesville tives. don't even know where we are." lieresponded. said he. "The local shops aren't I Wateroak last Tuesday. (cKepp\ ) the State Road Department :
Record breaking farmers are Both turned, closed. I How and Roe -
r tt: meet They never c'I.t'1I1 Mrs. E. M. Bryant son out of politics. )t-jf..
record keeping farmers. the old who hobbled would brunch off that hemlock [
from
man a
from Tampa, were visiting friends '
-- ======= I (Next Issue another plank of Mr.Carlton's 'If'
the nearest house. we ran Into do for a baby tree?" and relatives here last week.
will in liL1!
!More than 3.000 acres will be "'\'ell. he cackled, "this Is Mid- "Splendiferous," said lichen I Rlr. and Mrs. M. F Hazen from I platform appear 'Y
planted In watermelons In Hernan- dleton, the town folks forgot Then she wanted to know what Havthorne few this spare.) Paid Political Adv.Mtsrr.it's .
are spending a
I[ do county next spring;, says County Years ago truing stopped, runnIng became of the wishbone she had with friends and relatives 1- -- ":..ri
day
BUTLER'SPHARMACY Agent J. H. Logan. We got no garage, no phone, pretty seen on his plate. ut dinner? He :.M: ''riti: UK I\LJr: 1
nigh no Inhiibltiiuts. Me'n my sis- Lad! saved! It, for good luck. And here.
ter live here 'ciiuse we ain't uble telive ,> what was It one used to do witha Mr. It. M.\ Galney was a busl.1 Hereby notice Is given that under ,?
I A new club paper Home Demonstration nowhere pl..e.Irl. !. Gould Is wishbone Why, make a pen i ness visitor to Jacksonville Satur: and by virtue of that certain finaldetrtio i
News, has made Us appearance bedridden, and her daughter wiper to bo So Helen made 1 of fnrerlotmra made by the
stays 1 sure. day. Judge J of the 20th, Judicial Circuit. I
In Hlllsborough; county. to take care of her. Come In. You one and ,dressed It In red felt cut !H.-v. W. M. Moody from Lacrosse In std l for IlraiUord County Florida, .:;,
;I It Is under the supervision of .I can't I move\ tonight wheel all crumpled from her overshoe. lining. Clay was a visitor here last Sat on the I 2'ith day of Nov. A' D. 1921, r
of Enoch: and afalnntItrevanl
In favor Qrllllfi.
!Mary S. Allen home demonstration I up. And, you can't walk If printed, the rhyme : urdav. Properties, incorporated' a,
I agent. i )'ou.hllrt jour\ foot, ns I sue corporation et al.I defendants.;: ; The
Itn.V.. n. Ithoden from Mc-
per' .L" Once!: 1 was a little partNow under"Ig"eJ an Special Master, will I !
Of a Iltte Clenny was a visitor here Saturay. offer for Bale In front of the South.Moor I.:
Home demonstration\ agents; allover Inside (he quaint house, with his I'll be a little Slav J of the Court house In
I shoe. cut on. 1'lny niiido, :apology And help you clean your pen. Mr. and Mrs. J. D.Rhymes of Florida, Starker
I
NOW the stato are now busy giving; to Helen. Worthington Springs passed thru milo on :a rytJo.lef.. J, 1928. to

SERVING demonstrations In making Christ-I i "I ceil Id kick myself," he said, "It has nil the earmarks of the here Sunday evening. the highest and bent bidder, for cub
the following described' property' ly-
mOl gifts. They llnd that rural "for gelling )'011 Into such a scrape perfect gift. quoth Holen "for I Mr and Mrs. O. G. Strayhorn of IIIK and: bolnir In Bradford. County. d I

t(. The Fifteen Year Favorite I women and girls are quick to |I I must have dreiuned] hut MIn! 'n doubt) If any one here ever uses, \Vlldood spent Sunday here with Florida, to-wlt: ?' r
much less bus occasion The last half of Northeast
to wipe
a
take up new Ideas when' they uro tour' The truth Is, I shouldn't friends. and relatives. ter and Northeast quarter of quite'f i
presented to them. have been driving. It's IIIa"lIollday -" pen. east quarter of Southeast {
rush' ," Interrupted Then she sent Cloy to gather the Mr. and Mrs Avery Farrlsh are and KaHt three-quarters of South ''rf.'
elderberries reachable from the the proud parents of a new born helf of Northwest quarter of Northeast p
The value of milk as a food IB Helen. "I uniliTHtand. I won'tcomplain I quarter and East half of Northeast ,
though: a roll of red tissue porch. Later she strung these for son. Dec. 16, 1927. quarter of Northwest quarter or .t .
; being tried out In Hlllsborough pai>ef- and bolt of green rlhbllolJar'n't .n necklace on a bit of colored Mr nos well Ward of Indian- :Northeast quarter In Section S4. ;;

(. 'A1ftllttZ f, county on children and rates. Fouror very elllclent provisions for string from her parcel. After the town Is here visiting his mother, lens Township right :. way South'of Hang Stale Highway 22 East Ji.:
children In each school of Kllots had retired she
"' ..9 five went as Mrs. T. P. Ward. No. 13, containing 110 acres more or .
I.;
ofe'f 1
,:. f/1J : I ," the county are being: fed a quartof eagerly to work as If she hud never !Mr. L. R. Drown Is expected to less' J. U FRAZEB (,
U4 forsworn
Christmas Twisting the
milk day to provide living
a .
move Into his new home be- Special Master.K. ,
strands of hay she made dainty
.
specimens for observation. In several M JOHNS,
fore days.
baskets. She also constructed can.tlJesticks many Solicitor for Complainant. :
ICE CREAM schools white rats are also be- of cornstalks trimmed Mr. and Mrs. Cordell and chil- ll-J-5t-U-3l> ,r

ing used to test the effect of milk.If prettily with fringed basks. In dren from here were visiting at ,

It Is !good for rat. It ought to the meantime Clay :,
was not Idle Alachna Sunday evenIng. Ill wllaiauwuiuwuaaIuuiuwwuwwwwYaWnIWWwIWwaaawwtLAND' '
I be good for children. for he pulled blrchbark from sticks Rev. Norris from Lacrosse held

ui the woodboz, and borrowing preaching services at the Missionary -
"The
Smile Follows the Spoon"The
cleaned nicely I
Mlrfbrs be
may needle and thread from the Eliot Baptist; church here last Sunday .
by washing with a cloth or news ,workbasket sewed tiny hemlock SURVEYINGSubdividing

paper moistened with alcohol. Do sprigs Into "Merry Christ mnses," -

not let the alcohol run under the inciting objects that Helen asserted Daytona Beach-Gateway and *
frame. would he considered "Just wt'noler.fill" : being Drain
Healthful Dish for automobile parking space ,
If discovered In a gift shop. constructed at Florida East Coast

The acreage of tomatoes In 1\eX-1 All wits nt length completed, but Railway station here. age Systems

ico l Is reported to be cut the two had little time for admiration Accurate Work -
Panama Ice &
Panama City-
EverybodyYour percent. The reasons given are of their handiwork since the r.\
marketing troubles and, insects I parcels must bo wrapped' with all Fish Company planning to H. E. Lagergren
spend 150.000 remodeling Its
and diseases. the wealth of the tissue the ribbon,
the holly and the seals. plant here
--- Starke Fla.rvmmrmm'e'sr..mmm .
Doc Illller says: Too great variety And was Helen "tired, to death" I SanfordFlorida Cold Storage um"MJ If

favorite Soda, Sundae or milk drink In foods, and especially des when nil was competed' ? Say, Co.. to construct Immense cold Im :"m I ,,",,

tastes twice as good when made with Poinsettia serts. l Is frequently the cause of standing beside, Clay on the little storage; plant here and another In
the
porch listening to crackingIce
overeating While plenty of variety Orlando.

Ice Cream Only the purest dairy products, which tempts the appetite, ns trees swayed In the, rising I Tallahassee Brick work on I !:
Hel.n.1 wind, she felt as If swaddled lathe
sugar and flavoring are used in making Poin- may be all right for those who "You May t .y It," Returned comfort of n great Jtly.'IIIDly I fourth floor of new Exchange COFFINS & CASKETS

need more nourishment, It Is all "I'm Reeonclled.ean had she thought! herself, "sick of bunk building begun.; and a Fun Lin of
settia. wrong for overllourl h'HI, corpulent I I Christinas." At her first chance I Lake Hutler--C. F. Rivers flow I If

\ persons. Desserts are generally overnight; stay, Butdarsntthat I, to forget she had, worked her utmost Company building on East t, !Main Undertakers Supplies
rinell 7" I
coffee food
to bring holiday to the forgotten street repaired.
superfluous.
"Kiither. If It II't that I know I r
Try Some Today at Butler'sYOUR 0 WU town. With dunn she knew AUTOMOBILE HEARSB I
Hedges will greatly help In making you are anxious] to get home and the extent of her success Clay,

CHOICE OF FIVE FLAVORSf Florida more beautiful. A postal llnlsh jour ChrNtmas: preparations.* who had been limping about toll! I). You Feel Bad? Alwse M ....... tie Wet seAea .',
IM .uy.'hut larks! I' at the lawm prl_ llpMlal MIffntlon -
\ the Experiment: her that In every louse some old
nh1rcRsecto r4. 1d
"You It, returned Helen."I'm is tcltgrapb v.KEGISTBRCO
may nay Maybe It'a your liver It usually Is,
with hand
body trembling
for was unwrapping KMBAU1MDEVVITT
I Station at Gainesville, asking;
reconciled. Glory he, there when you net n real liver medicine -
bulletin 172, will give a wealthof n gift sure to be treasured luke itnv's 1'111..
you .
lire no signs\ of holly In this l.ouse. for C. JONES
information on hod ICes. "I'erhupfi" said he I young man yetrs."And IHITC MKI.I.'S: IMll-fl *TOIIRLANE'S
# "
nothing for either of us.. r'
following her mood, though: rath- hunched Helen. PILLS STARKE. FLA. '
Palmetto Florida Power & rr amazed, "we've reached a
Light Company) lays another sub land where Christmas cads. A let a few moments after when f
MN! Eliot: entered the room. It
marine cable aero Manatee! river test I Miss Eliot" addressing their --- -
was to say "Mv dear I never before
this place.Zephryhllll4State. hostess us she entered with a tray. "
to I ,
"'UIIIUII'IItII""U"'IlUIIM""IIIUIIUUI'UI"IUIIU"" iwiiuuiwmniuuiwuammuwwuwwwwuwwiwiwuuwwwaueuawswawwwiwuaur,
noticed the pretty ring on ' ""
"('all tell the data of
game commission you us day
year finger!>: !1"
"
f restricts territory near after tomorrow? Two golden, hands clasped nn HAROLD C. WALLINSURANCE
after tomorrow la the
"Duy twenty
line as
game
Pasco-Polk county old-fashluned betrothal tokl'n.whl'h ,
fifth," she sold culmly. Then
-
Hamilton had
reserve. Cloy from hIs
she went out for more food and
mother nnd. because It was nl-
Helen grinned; nt flny as If they ways with him had quite provl- .
PILE SUFFERERS were old friend The\ twenty-fifth
dcntlnllr tnknn on detour 1I I
tuft of December was just a dote I (!). 1917. Wetsra. Newspaper' Dnloe | 8TAHKK, FLORIDA
Get Uilt handy They tend actually got away fromChristmas. the Best

.iMtanl._ wiMhlns;r.Ii.rand.e.-. .... Leading Insurance Compaale
'Ocu..l..hln Blindoc P
C Pl_Tt- ... I ..... ,it ,preyed a dalUbtful veoui*. riaE ACCIDENT. LiFE: AUTOMOBILE BONO LIABILITY I'I'R

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FRIDAY nECEl\mER 28...1921. .___ _. ._ I I
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jvlrtlon and a subsequent sentenceto
die In the electric chair. The

state supreme court ordered a new

hearing, a mistrial resulting after
the Jury had deliberated forty-two
hours.

rel. .

nor.. ti asfl West Palm flench' --."The Old
Dog" that has guarded the seas
r at this point for over half a century -

la back on duty again at Jup
I iter. Gales tearing down from the

northwest caused a short-circuit

in the million candle power electric

beacon Installed December 1, '

.- ---.._,-- and brought the old oil beacon :
I back into use. Trouble shooters :
.... to day that a 16 per rent rut In nu-
..
the
f ----- at local electric plant experienced -
u----------'f tomoblln liability Insurance rates
a new thrill when they were
would be effective this month,
Newt Florida in Short Paragraph while those In other parts of the called to work on the new light I
F house tower while the gala blew
stall und country face an Increaseof
about the stone structure
approximately 20 per cent, saidM j
: I H; WilHon nn authority on In-
sit rauce. The reduction was due, JacksonvilleFlorida holds the .
Live State News I he mild, to the 1'11I111IIl1mbpr\ and lead In national defense prepara-
amount of claims paid in this section done from the standpoint of efficiency -
1 of the two rltlzen-Holdlery.

organizations: the National Guard
and Reserve Olllcers Corps Major
w TOLD BY OUR EXCHANGES FernandlnaSaucily rising and General Richmond P. Davis Atanta. .
falling to tho cadence of waves as I IIh'y
commander of the Fourth
1--- ---1. hipped at Iho keel 4ryiocksupports I
i _._ ( the Curcharlns, 22 foot Corps. Area told local National
ls I and II. O. T.. C. olHcers Thursday
Leesburg--A broadcasting station lot the I state. The per capita estimate auxiliary cruiser. Is ready for tho night. Tho fey Scout movementwas

having a radius of ten miles, has was worked out on the theory trip planned by the owner, Copt commended by General Davis

a' ;,, .na., s been opened by the Homo Klectrlc that Florida's population was 1.- OlmelrloH Slgelukls, In his attemptto who declared It to be the dominant
.a 1 r"t A ,b Company In Its new location on 2(13,549.( spun the Atlantic, alone In 100 factor In the world

Main street, between Seventh and days. Failure In finding financial .
Y Yea Orange. Music and other ('nter'j Tallahassee-Kuril: member of backing for his enterprise has long
Plant City-Mrs. Laura Stewartof
delayed the Intrepid milliner, butinnIv
,, tainment features will be /firms and roipnratlona" engaged In !
Hopewell a village five miles
k. ', from 5:30: until 6 o'clock every I tho bud. on tho morning: of January
x < ap r3 fat k x 111 114.55 of II"IIIIor/ buying
south of here, was at liberty today -
<
1,
I SlKPlnklM will shove off from
% "> evening: A machine Invented by 'dr.iid
r9
11 's r M ; t la? or /green furs In the stale of under bond, while Norman
I this <'lly on his. great adventure.
atq., members of the firm broadcasts 1 riorlda must. n Iliense and !
curry Moooro, a farmer of the same district
t I .
with a minimum static It In claimed the |
r pay tux Imposed by the state, was In jail following the
Attorney Jenerul Fred If, lllvisl! In t'uiilnk Springs!' I hay, little death Tuesday of Owen Sweat, another -
has advised State Came! Com mill- son of Mrs. K. C. Ilrannan, had DUO farmer, from gunshot

t TallahaHHee-Motor vehicle II- nliiner J. II. lto>'all. The tux imposed hand blown off and the other badly wounds. A coroners jury Wednesday -

: eiiH8 tags numbers 1 and 2 for the attorney /general pointed mangled besides serious body held Moore and the woman responsible -
rr 1U28 have ," Injuries when a piece of dynamite
been Issued to Governor out Is for "cad person engaged for Sweat's death Mrs.
John W. Martin, tag plant om- In that business.TallahasseeBrit. exploded In this hand at the homo Stewart testified Ihnt site wounded
clala announce. Although Oov of his grandfather Thursday after
:: r Sweat with a shotgun after he and
A r c ,, Martin was the prime mover In noon. The grandfather had been
Q edRf Rrd"ell t Prlngle a throe companions refused to heed
l y> I using the explosive In
blastingMIlIIIJ'S
S eRtabllHhment of the otute'a tag white man who Is facing the Florida her demands! that they leave her
.' plant at Unlford officials of the und it Is presumed left apiece
tt"0'0> < d+ a / electric chair for the slating property Moore tried to enforce
4 1. 'c Pwt 3 plant up to the present year hadnever ,.of John Simmons, a negro/ must In the bathroom where the her request (It was brought out
been able to "engineer" license lad was found when the grand-
pay the penalty, the state supreme .
numbers 1 and 2 mother heard the explosion. lie
In the direction j court held Thursday. The court's
-
iiitc 8tuart--The house boat
yacht
was ton badly hurt to make
of the chief executive It decision any
S was without opinion and
; statement. Wlllomenac with one of the best
V was stated.; rendered by Division R.
Simmonswas
.. known figures In American jour
.
killed with an axe and his I nalism and humor abroad, dockedat
Tallahassee-Jim Williams, ne- body was hidden in a swamp. Prin- leealJ\1rg-Seaboarcl\ Air Line the St. Lucie River Yacht club

gro, who sat in the electric chairat gle was convicted in the circuit passenger service throng Leesburg here Friday afternoon, and Saturday -
bit J nalford for several minutes court for Duval county and took a Is now operated entirely by elec. morning proceeded down the

while no one would throw the writ of error. tricity self-generating engines East Coast canal to Miami. Irvin
switch to send him to eternity, and I having been added to the equipment S. Cobb famous humorist and
c of trains 607 and 608 be-
and whose
death sentence was later .
OcalaThe orange groves of short story writer, Robert Davis,
commuted to life imprisonmentnow Marlon county are scenes of activity tween Wildwood and Orlando. author and feature writer of the
Those trains are largely devoted to
." shuns barber's chair as some- with many cars moving to New York Sun, Robert Ward and
i ,I r f thing: with the plague, accordingto the Eastern markets dally. The express and mall, though they carry Jesse Sammon, political figures In
"S a i& yg11/ advices reaching state officials passengers Iliissos of the Motor
'I principal shipping centers are New Jersey, and Capt. mil and Ben
'fA xk;yw fn here. Williams was sentenced In Ucala, Clara, Welrsdale. Mcintosh, Transportation Company, connect- McCoy of New York and Stuart,
log at Wildwood with
the fast
Putnam county to die In the electric -
Lowell nourdman. The total were abroad the Wlllomenac, and
chair rains on the main line are principally -
t for slaying another
\ nego. shipments moving from Marlon stated that they Intend to returnto
\vy& used by Seaboard
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passengers.
v vF T4f* <,&* Bounty in 1920-27, approximately local waters for two weeks after

.. $2,500,000. While the crop Is short a trip down the Florida Key .
"-.. .- Tallahassee- -Florida in 1928 this season/ prices remain good. The Wlllomenac, Is a commodious
Orlando-Case of A. H. Christie -
: : rapt produced 1,269,354 pounds of butter Hundreds of acres are coming into fili footer with a 25 foot beam It
g charged with an utliuk a
= A or almost exactly one pound bearing which will add materially upon In fitted liiHlde. and out In the most
per capita, according to statistics to the future returns of the YOlln'!,. Oiliindo woman morn than luxurious style, Including a fireplace -
a VI'IH IIltO.1I1t plated I In the
compiled by the bureau of Immi- groweis.Tampn. on the afterdeck It la. owned
i gration, state department. of agri- hands of an Orange" county criminal by Itobert 'Va rd.
court of record
jury early Saturday -
: ** .a culture. The BtatlHtlcs were based .--Automobile owners In This .
Yxq '; .bl ; Itii t night nun ks the third Jl1eHbllrlt---$10OOO contract let
upon reports of agricultural cnu.I two Florida. counties
Hlllsbor-
tlmo a Jury has been the
given
for construction of road from Mar-
meratlors
gathered in all counties
I j ough and Plnellas-were informed case. The first resulted In a con- lon county line to, Altoona.


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-- --- Winter. Garden-New Grimes Dorothy ';Carlton do _______-_.65.00 I Oct. 1. 1927 --.. Z189.U
. .. 4. .. building under construction on I KI.N.U.I ItorXI: <>* 8TATK "Mildltu MI I TO HK ;MADK ShORTLY I,,1'1 hel ''Irlllln. do ..._n____ 5'?? I i \>.rii.iitH, aiiriiitr) month. .
... C I South !rain street I Sirs. H) l I'. Itituh., do. -- ---- --- 60.00 IJal.. Nov. 1. 1927 -- -___ __ .1427.41
Crystal Hlver-Standard Export olive liny: do -- u- __- 70.00 "'l lo.v*. Pension
Church Services New "Fiat formof I-'ullli" I'mpoHinl, Frorlrll.ii Struth, do ____ ,"u 10.00I. I Hal. Oc-t. 1, run ____ .1007.RS
Trading Company establishes new I I.. II.uleh.) do _n --. ___125.00 UauetptB during month 6,soHal.
h, cedar mill here empolylng 70 men. for Flurldu. Mm. L. II. Fiitch. do __- ___n u 0000) I WHi-ninta ilurlnjt month *7l iin
.III'''. U. A. Anderson, do------ 6000( ISa). Nov. 1. 1827 _-_-. _-_:.- 740:7Out.liimllnw
.. + "' . Key West-White way lighting Mrs. A.V.. iJrnnnon, do .._____ 0000 Fund
system on Duval street Illuminat Thirty-six counties, over twenty Thelmn UlnklnB. do ____nu 8000 rial.! Oct. I, 1HJ7 _____ -2241
luncheon, ilriice Wmiil, do _'___________ 6000) Receipts during month _
11.11'TIST ed., high schools about fifty I'hilllpH 6.100 WarrnnH during month. _
.-- clubs and more than thirty man .1. .Ile"I!: ,' (lnd :::::::: 8000l.ubeillii ) : iial Nov.: 1. 197! _____ : 22.40
Tallahassee Proceedings believed Groh- I'lnholmer. do n__ __ eo.00Aim. Fund'0
reached
Phone 29 The school will have meetings woro by Uhdurhlll 0000 Hal. Oct. l"rio"7 1_ .
Sunday a J. I,. do -- 8033t
In the church at first to be designed< / to venor Dnwe and Forrest Johnson I ('i>ra Mi!nnuBli.:: do -----::-.;_ 60.00: Kvceplta during month 6 84
ClirlBtmau tree on test the validity of the 1927 act of In the state Industrial I.loliil. Mi-Hue do ___ ._____ 5000Maiifl Warrnnt during month 87 no
IInoc. Saturday evening, and will meet the of Tallahassee, Xlltfhvll, ilo ___ _____ 6(1( ,00Kiinlfn Llul. Nov. 1, I (2TIlnll.llmr_-_ ---_. 281.74:
statewide
r ItlUTHD.lY IMUTY I| 14th, at the clubhouse having at the usual hour on Sunday morn- I the legislature game and creating fresh water fish- been conducted survey In which nearly has half Just of I' j J.J .Wlilto\. ),Wnmlln hi-ad.:, do do I -----::: 60 6000MIM. 0T( I llal. Oct. 1, 11(27llocplptN ( ---Fund__ _. 7.in

a splendid< attendance. Inic.: xChrlHtmai to have, been I; '1'. II. I'lnllolHti-r, do ____ (n.ooIllllJy during month _
law, and supposed Florida< according to a report of 1.i.ier; ilo ((10( .00I Wurrnntfl durIng months
::1 Mr. and Mrs. Olin W. While, After the usual, procedure. of the service at 11 o'rlofek Instituted at fjulnry, have been I made to Commissioner I 111", >s 'tnlchavl." do .-_ -_ n 6000Blumhe linl. Nfiv.: ;I 1. 1927: .. 7,58
I gave u deU/httlilparty/ last Tlnirs meeting two beautiful Christmas. Sund"y morning. At 7:30: all the withdrawn according to Attorney( the surveyors I KilwarilH, do ._ -00.(00A. HTATH OP "OHIDA,
Agriculture Nathan' _._ HO.((10U ItrnJfurcl, County Deo. 1t -
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rII day afternoon In honor of their anthems, bllent Night and O' Little churches unite for a servliSOUR General Fred II. Davis. Reports i %V. KtckhLr ltd service __ 420'::) I hereby, certify that the foropnlnir -

little dauglilera, Uoroiby and Carol 'I Town of Itethlehem, were sung and praise In the Methodist fl'omllm'y were to the effect! Mayo. .\. It SuiTiMii-y' IM$ servIce 8.00 statement of the receipts and
t Industrial was authorized t': _:_: 6.20: iHRund
The < survey II. 1). M.iv, lid servIce I Warrant against the fund-
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directed by Mrs. L. V. \\'ulIlIl'o.In. church and the offering will be -
aged ten and( eight renpurt jlhut habeas corpus proceedings the 1)27!) legislature I ,II. I\\lKKHiN, Balury ____20000) of Bradford county for the month
; Jvely. I I. M. Inman, tho president read for tlio Florida state orphanage. I begun' In favor of u man who by I It. It. -\\ 'ggliN: : lc4iI------- 8.U5 of November. 1127, In true and cm, '
wore /: nnd Mr. Mayo's\ ,department wu'iIesignate(1 J. V. Oillvy. truck body ___ 113.SO met, to the bout of my know ludllc
T i t immes and rontegta were enjoyed I he splendid during the afternoon at tinclo.o. Federation meeting held In 01'J'1I1'k I 7:30: p. m. The members of our following his arrest for' ( : J. a:. AJklns, Trniu' i'. o.OOJ. a. W. ALDERMAN.
I, deputy, of $15,000 was made A. I'liiinurly, : I ( rI, 'p-: :-:::: noon: ) Clerk Circuit (. ...''rt
( : Mm White. nerved homemade nngi; recently she being tliedelegate. roiiKri'gatlou are iirgod to bring deputy; folowlng his arrest for( weeks) Mr. Dnwonnd 1 I.. It. Uiilnoy trnnHii. __ .-. 7S.OO Bradford Count)
", cako and ice cream. Cbrlul She concluded. her talk nrtlrlort of food and presents and shooting squirrels out of season. I and about six ago,
DIIIH favors were given as memun by saying the Invitation for the money to the parsonage at once, I, Mr. Johnson the set state out to III\the sit j''etol'I; {K.-llc-y,! trunx traimp.'|>. ._:::::::: Mli.flO HO:00) Deputy Clerk.

4 toes of the ocraslon to the fifty next )flet lag to be held In Starke ;' and the pastor will see that all I Qu Incy- The Initial shipment ofAberdeenAngus every county In I 10., A. Hupp, I rend '. -_ n_____ 25.00) -
had been r'epted.Ir! 1';. M. distributed to > <<'la- I work of getting co-opcratlon In I 11.: .\. Sup.; tl'llllNp. ____1-___ 8000 \OririO OK AIM'MCVTIO\ FOIl
little folks l>reKent. Numcrout I girls are uJ pre cattle ( twenty- I.. H. 1 K.lwardH' lran. ..|>. _lffi.OO:
1 gifts were received by the little j, Johns read Mrs. John Sherman's tlvo liomeit. As you rend tills, six head) for the highs stock farm i conducting< the survey. .1.I /1.). I'l'i IP, 'Iriinxp.& 70.00 '1'\X UI'I'I;

lioBtcHHOH this oecaIon.J.lT1I.F speech from I the Federation pages. please bring or Bend l your offerIng from The counties visited< were Hay. I I. .M. ll .ldlnh. IrilllHp. .- K5.0V)
on has arrived In line condition : .MlN.. I.. I II I. II ill. I mIlH""). 4->.IH> NOTICE IS: ItRUEDY: GIVEN That:
I. Mrs. I II. C. Itltch chairman of today or tomorrow and help Tennessee where the purchase was Broward. Charlotte Citrus. Calhoun \l rmi. ]i. 1 rorkiiiM triinnp. _____ 15.00 *III'. ''. M. 15. KJwarJ, hohlur of TUX
j niItii'iil 100. was unable to attend to cheer others, I Collier Dnde )DeSoto, Dixie, I 1'. u i'. Joiit'H," ilrlvu ,nu, ______ .60 ( .....tllleRte N. !8tl, 4th day ot AULT1U4 :.
i: KH.KS' 'J'II K\TIII': made. Stock< raisers In Cadsilon .\. 4 II. JfliklriB, tuiu.hlllH, __ ___ 81.601 I !( tutu, flied niil'l. rcrtllU'it( .. In my;
I .'.\WI'" i: I this meeting but bad arranged; for 0 county have become Interested In i Kscnmbla: Franklin Glades: Gulf I Sill-nil, ) .IC")" ,' .\1"" '. :.MirniooisrFOnoch : Hendry Ilernnnod .Mil.lrvl I I'aul.. do I 40) 00M d .i'd to Issue theruon In uucorilaiuuwltli ,
F j. Hi">'t ( IStli-y nut" i' clialrmiinjof Martin. Hardee :
breed of cattl :
having a better I ;lla'llniivrtH: ;, il I,, n _- _:: 4000V ): law.Suhl .
p Sinclair L. I'eek, Jr.. was host Visual IJdiK.-ullon! to give a talk have noted the success attained I Highlands< Hllliborongh; Holmes U. 1'oMi'lln,. do I __ B&.0(1(( t-ertlflralff embraces (ho fullowiiiflr -
to a number. of hU friends FrIday which was of the utmost Interest : ( : Marvin Hooks, Pastor.) cattle In the' Juu'hcuuon Lee Levy; !Mnnntee l-'l'linclB I'uBti-llu do n__ 35.00 :: I I duHcrlbtMl I prnpurty vltuutcdIn
I with Aberdeen-Angus II, (U. .'hl..IUUIl., trniiHp. 10(10(( Itrmlfnrd, County.. Klnrlda. to-ult,
evening at u theatre parly, the occasion and benefit and enjoyed by all. Sunday Hchool Sunday morning Infills farm Gadsden III numbered : Monroe Oknloosn Okeechobee 'Quilticy & Davis (null sup. BO.181'iiieH I North half of Nfirthwem quarter
being his eleventh birthday. A boaiitlful musical program I at 10:00: o'clock, Id. I\:. I'erryman'isupt. : Palm Beach. Pnsro, Plnellas Polk, I' :: Lin d ('fl. truck Mu P. I 1.6O and North half of HftutlicuMt) 'Iuurl'r|
among the counties of the state : '.iiBMell I IhiukvH, I''i.. Tint. i.Ui> of Not'thiwest imlarter Section 17
After the show the party returned< arranged/ by Mrs. 1>. K.: Knight I II I that Is tick( free and no danger: U Santa. Rosa. Sarasota, Taylor Walton Bii.lli-h| _t.l8.67 11\\'Hhll> 7. South, tangO 21 East
to tho home of his parents, Mr chairman of music was rendered, Worship Sunday morning at 11 Washington.. 'UIIII'nl 3 i I Si'lpiitlflu-Co.. I LalirI'ulrd IOu) HcreH.Tlio .
from that source 2.to)
I anticipated f Iliiiilwaiu ( 0., luck ,iiHHeHHinent of 'said property
and Mrs. B. L. Pock, and thoru as follows: o'clock. SlIbjl'etVhat Doe which was the cause In the past of :Mako Flniil Hounds/ I Hank of Starlet;) coupon aect. 1 000.0,4I ( umlr time said certificate:( IHBUOU was
they were served delight refreshments -I Sorter Miss You (Smith)-Miss Christmas. Mean to You." thousands of cattle In III January when !Mr. Dawe I:Hunk: i' of $::ark coupon! licut. O II 9.90 I In the name of K.: M. Jon. .
the loss of I Ni'Htttr HiKinlioltx, Lionel I _. 2<)..00Knim Unless said certificate shall bo re-
of cako and punch. In j ELliot Grlllln accompanied by Mrs.I Ill-l.engiie Sunday afternoon at this section. and !Mr. Johnson start out again/: Huh.J d'nit'II ue..rdllll I to law, tax dt'od

tho lining room, tho table wan I C. Jones. 3:00: ( o'clock. t they will visit Alncliua. Baker, F. KU-Ulter brooniH, 3 300 will IHHUO thereon on the 23rd day
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centered with a beautiful birthday | A group of Indian songs; (Cailmiin Jii 11 lorn at 3:30: Sunday after Bradford. Brevurd Clay, Columbia. I dunk or .-.i"rim, lI'nIlHr..r ww.uu 'mt CM!I"rr.\.A2N\ ( 1 day of December,

cako with lighted( tupura. !\Many ) Were Hung/ by Mrs.' J. S. Duller tic,,,II. Suggestions For I FIngler: Gadsden, (Gilchrlst \ I IS.: \Vl 3d'<'Ie", '. luimiif plane *0 il.oilIVaillflH ) A. 1>. 1927.
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lovely gifts were presented the with Mrs. L. Wallace. at the Senior. League at 6:15: Sunday Hamilton Jefferson Lake, Leon, : .I::.:uillerH) do 3 _-.-. 15.00: Clerk of Circuit,, Coon J trail*
ouni IIOHI on LOIS momentous oc- piano. evening. Disease ControlOn Jefferson. Lnke Leon etnolnun .' 1 I-;. TlM-rnton,, janitor, 3 .._ CU.OO) (SJI..) ford County Florida.' '
> I II I Aldiiinun, trnn"i>., 4 21)<>.oo fly C. A. KfeUIIT,
caKlon. Those present were: Martha At the conclusion of the afternoon I There will bo a big/ ClirlatmnsSung Liberty, Madison Marion, Nassau > lit''hi'i'H, tuiichfliK tI) ____._ 15.00) 12-23-Ct-l-20 Dt-imty Clerk.

Drownleo. Loin Adklm, )Jor- a delicious chicken Hal ml Service Sunday evening at Poultry Farms Orange, Oll<'(.lolL. Putnam, St. I.I'H.'8.: J.Urlnrr.I.,, I'lKlprhlll I iraliHu.,, 7 leaching $ 25IHIiiie 7.60,

othy Rilch Marjorie Stump, Lois course woe served by the hostesses our church at 7:30: with the music Johns, St. Lode Somlnole. Sum- i '1' leachitiK, 0____.... :!j 00 Yso'I.lcrm'rho
13. Wall Jr. !Mesdames \ by the combined choirs of allchurches ",i', mliern, iLMifhiiiir, 11 ___.__ no,ooarluTM
Long S. It. Johns A. for the afternoon who were: tor, Suwnnnee. Union, Volusla.Wakulla .
", 'Icilihlns, 12 __ _._,_ BO 00 hoard of Pull!!" Instruction of
Arthur. Darby Jones and Uldrldge I U. L. lleauley A. W. Ander In the city and brief ad- Gainesville, Kin. Dec.-The following Indian< River. Duval and I ILL"'ny'lte .Mt-B.\ J. A. WuBillll. tuuullllltr 13 4000 Hra rol'll County, 1"lorlll.. will re.
Robinson. G. W. Hallo, W. T. Flnchcr ;, son. poultry
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I I Tiui-luTH, ,It,'), IT 411(111I. ( ) school 1 deke ranging' In sises rr"m
I.. D. Cireen, K.: S. Matthews, J. F.Col \ to come. by Dr. A. I.. Shealy. veterinarianof addition to the survey beingcarried I. 11. Putuli.\ repairs: ((1 _--:::. 160: :, twy III six up tn 11 LIt Mndny. Jail.1I..y .

1). N. C3. (lUll .'::'\i1'OUT.ISI'UlItlst : : ley and J. M. Alvarez. !kl-Wcek service o'clock.Wednesday the Extension Station will prove to nil the counties, special I I ,11Ie'Y! !I \ ; Co.( 1 repairs U '- Iii:::: 1&. 31|> 2. 1l4'7. L. W. K1CKLTTER.II. ,

evening/ at 7:30: helpful to Florida poultrymen In articles on the possibilities of Flor- in: lit. Frmililln, Janitor' 6 2S 00V B. WH10tNS, Chairman

Sarah Mai pas was hostess LION 'lIon.U, HUSH HI.It'ICJoJoTIIOIliST : : their fight: to keep down diseases: ida to lf written by nationally I.I.1. \V.:JoiM'B\Vhll, .:(, rvpah-a Ac Moll I brooms 2 ___L_-.- 300L 2251: I Secretary 12-23-2t

to members of the I). N. C. Club :\ : CHtltCH: I'ltKSHYTKHIA.'VSunday ; : 1. Remove and burn all rubbish I known pel'sons. |II.| Hill I InB. II I .____170.00'I ) -_ _
recently at a lovely party. The which be ----- .1 I I.. Wynn, tnuiKp. 13 ------ SHOO
litter, or trash may Ilcv Kdwnnln:: reiniim: 3 8.00;
U. Q. L). Club actor a happy' and Song service program to be held School at lOa. m., J. on the premises and In lie houses ('.\HI>)> OP TIIAYKH! There belnir no further 1 liimlneBsili. POLITICALAnnouncements

micccHHfnl% failure has reorganized Metbodln't! church Sunday night, M.\ Truby. Supt. In which birds are kept. / .l .. board 2,ailjournud 1U28. to moet avuln.l.uiuniy .
of tho I). N. C. The Rchool will hold the Ch..lstmas -
under the name 7:30: o'clock. 2. Wash the floors ceilings We wish to exend our sincere L.V.. Klckliter

; Club. Carols by choir and Glee Club.a tree concert Monday night at dropping boards and roosts with j i thnnks and appreciation to the II :X.'rrelary.It. Wiggins. Chairman.

Miss Malpas Hcrved! her guests ( ) Silent Night.b 7:30: on December. 26th. hot water to which lye has been people of Lawtey end Theressa for I

a delightful salad< 'OUrHe In Clirlst- ( ) It Came Upon The !Midnight Christ man sermon and song/: service lidded. After washing with this their: kindness and help, also the tLKIIK'9: FIN\%C'I\I. S.I.\.I.I.aU.r Having FOil been'r\"urged rOI..tC")1f hy my frIenIs

mas colors at tho Orange and Clear.c Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. solution then spray or wash theFloors nutlful l floral offerings during! / C'OV%'I'\" VI'i4 'and reelIng that I am duly qualified
Ulack tea room tho tables being ( ) 0 Little Town of Dethlehem. PrnyuV meeting at 7:30: followed dropping boards he Illness and death of our llt- I'I hereby :mflfloUflce myceif: a cantidate ; .:
ceilings I for Of nee of Coullly TII' CI'1lectr
decorated with miniature llhiniln- Song by congregation: and choir by choir! pru't Wednesday.. and roosts with a disinfectant, 'tie d'IUKhp.Iary' Lee. We es- ,Mi,Mnntlily ail, ford,, inunty financial'for ptntcmcnt tile month, "t'of ror Bradtord C"U"LY', ; ""Inrlll, .

atod tMirlstmas trees. Afterwardsthe -Joy to the World. Christian Endeavor\( Society will melt us (creolln lysol, or carbolic !leclally thank Doctors Brown November 1927. next.hjurt'line.to the --Dem"er)"( ""rllnn",
repaired to Mbm Malpas Anthem by iholr-Glory to God meet at 6:30: sharp. I.rii4 rfil FiinilPnl
party Illggs and Summerlnnd for their W. E. TuODB.:
acid! In 3 to 5 percent strengths !. ()i't. 1 1. 1H27 __ (Nit.17I1
home where Hewing/ and pleasant In the I HlghuHt.Scripture; We will unite with all tho people or use formaldehyde solution of I lnd attention.Mr. lulus, iliirlnK, month 3:17: .08Wurrant
convervutlon was IndulgHil; In the Heading: Luke 2:8-: of the city at the Methodist and Mrs. O. J. Phillips. duilnir I month I -- 641 7.14:1: I hereby announce myself n oandl-
I to 8 percent strength. lial No.1, I l'U7 1 3J7.83! ,flat** for thn fllce) of Tax Collectorf
remain iliM'.of the evenliiK. 20.:! Hov. L. W. Wallace. Enjoying: I iho evening were: Male Quartette. enjoy the Christmas choral service 3. Spade up grounds constituting :XOUI' TAYLOR PARDONED TIn I, (itt. I. 1927 __ 1519.M,1! d dIt uipport nf the voters of the" County,
the runs' for poultry. ,>, .lpta duilnir month 11.73' 1 nod If elected, promise th I <> faithful;
Misses Myrtlcu nnd !Merwyn\ Jurk-: 1'ruyer-Uov. L. W. Klckliter. given by the singers/: of the Warnrnts llurlnar, inonlli 1104_(U 'itNcliart of the duties of uald of-
Bon Florence Matthews, Ethel SnJo.-\ll'It.: J. S. Duller. clly. 4. Remove droppings/: at least Noah Taylor, sentenced to life Nov. 1, 1127 _____ 487.08 I'I'lJul I lIce.

Griffin, Madge\ Mlddleton and Offertory-Vlgllu Solo. Mr. Ca- 0- once a week In order to keep prem-, I In 1917 for murder In ho second l Konil Piinil C. A. KNIOTIT.f .

&iii_ Kunlco rerklim. nova. HTI.UR'H: Cllt'UCH: ices sanitary. ,legree, was pardoned nt the Mon- -

Anthem by chorus-Hark the C. The ceilings, floors. dropping ( ,,lay sess'on' of the state pardoning I

!MUM. JOHNS 1IAHTKSS: TO Herald Angels Sing. ('hrl..Jr..n.oI'rvl",1I. / boards and roosts should board. Taylor was representid --\ .

HUIIKiK. Cl.fll Five minute addresses by pastors Midnight Mass Christmas Eve be: given frequent applications: of a before the board by Col D. E. /

of tho town. 11:45: p. m. strong kerosene emulsion solution I nlght.t. "

Mrs. K. M.\ Johns entertained I "The First Christmas.' Rev. G.I Holy Communion, Christmas or a. mixture of crude petroleum SPalalkaTheir

members of the Afternoon Bridge '. Raymond. day, 11 a. m. ind kerosene In order to prevent I car overturningin

Club with a delightful party at her "ChrlHtuias and Song." Rev. E. Sunday school exercises, Satur- the breeding of external parasites I the sharp curve In the road I II

attractive home Friday< afternoon. M.\ Hooks. lay.: 7:30:: p. m. inch ns lice mites and the chicken I 'near'uiido, while 'nrollto to I

The rooms were arttlstlcally Solo-Mrs.\ L. W. Wallace. Christmas Tree at the rectory, tick. Carbolenlum Is also very ,Gainesville about llf.10: o'clockri'iday i : ":

decorated will red roues and! "Influence of Christmas." Hcv.. Saturday 8:00: p. m.U. useful for ths! purpose. I : morning, Mrs. Samuel I kj ,

tallies with red decorations directed II. .\. Tucker.CarolWhile. S. t'arlton, Hector I 6. Frequent cleaning of the .browning. and her (daughter !Mrs. i ,(
I I [ ; lna Buunner and granddaughter
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the players to their places at Shepherds' Watch 0- drinking and feeding troughs Is es- : tz1i' tq
the three tables arraneod for ed. i.icrrriiiov: : I.IKK: or rnmst sentlal. Mary, sustained major Injuries fek.BuJ.
I ,while, two other members of the '
i2))
bridge.At Demxllcllon--Rev. L.V.. Kick- i! 7. Isolate any sick birds from ; Browning and daughter ; : 6
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the end of Chic progrutmloiis liter. Dr. J. J. llullen will give; Ills I birds rarty.Ir. '> I
the healthy ones and burn all ilrs. Stella D. Anderson, suffered ,
Mrs.\ O. L. Heasley was found to Illustrated lecture\ on the "Life of' I :! <
S. hut die of any cause whatever. ;mInor hurts. The five received '
In he I.llwtey Baptist ess.f5) .
and presented Christ"
hold high; score was : ,
and c'IIHIS'I'I."mlt'U'I.:1t: Wednesday evening:, Dec. i, S I Irst aid treatment at the office of I "'
with a cheese plato server AT IIAI'TIST CHURCH; church, .t<;ji.vr: riM\h)4 PIUOSS: Dr. Prldgen at Waldo.Ira.! .
.1. E. Corpenlnn as winner of sec- 28th at 7:00: o'clock. I';
.:V.IMMIILK; Browning, who Is believed to bemuttering' !
In
win- bus been given
and Mrs. J. K. Corpenlng ns The following program will be This lecture liEU'I
of fractured leg and
ner of second high was given embroidered rendered< < Christmas morning 11 the local Baptist church so Is famllar I / a '
% levere cuts Is at the hotel In Wallo. I' S
Sixty eau- I ,
buffet set. o'clock at the First Baptist church to many people. Gainesville, Fla. Dec.-Newspa- : .
while Brunner -
Mrs. probably
,
slides will be : .
Mrs.\ Johns served colored
After the games; In Starke: .Ifully of Florida are strongly backIng \
pore I miTering/ a fractured hip and cuts, I .
her guests delicious strawberryIce It Came Upon the Midnight thrown upon the screen, presenting up the work of the county and .1:
with lac- :
nd little Mary Brunner
I
cream topped with whipped Clear-Choir. Interesting events In the life This i "i
1 home demonstration agents.
strawberries with of Lord. Everybody wel- I rations of the face, are patients at .'... '
and fresh Invocation. our the 'i "
cream tact Is clearly brought out by he Gainesville hospital. .::
cake. Salted almonds were on the the Herald Angels co me. .
Hymn-Hark report of Miss Motelle Madole, C : ..
tables during the games. Sing. Illrllm U agent In Hlllsborough county Clearwater-Commercial poultry : i" \ 4I

Enjoying this delightful affair! Scripture Reading. Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Brown, (East) for the month of Novem raising Increased In Plnellas I .
were: Mesdames O. L. Beasley. A. Anthem-The Shepherd's Vision ber. county more than 500 per cent ':11'47; .,
Dec. 15th. a son.
Adklns. J. E. Corpenlng L. Wy- -- -Wilson.( ). Hampton.Mr. and "Mrs. Irving Manning, During one month Miss Madole during last year. I

maD C. A. Knight. H. C. Bitch Prayer. daughter. wrote 40 articles for the newspapers e I II
Dec.. 16th. a j
W.l M. Walnwrlght J. L. Frazee.. Announcements. Starke Mr. and Mrs. "'err III. Starke of her county aiyl when published COUNTY COMMISHIONRRH; /

Oi; M. Inman N. Sternberg and O. Offertory. they made a total oC more
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Dec. 17th a son. Board met In regular session
L.; Haynes. Anthem The Angels Song than 300 column inchea.of space.
L. Padgett
Mr. and Mrs. W. with all members present viz: L.

J3AHTEIIN-STABOFKICKRS INMTALL1)The S : (Wilson.Sermon.) Highland. and lice.Mrs.19th.Henry a son.Mr. Williams. This standard would size cover dally two or pages all of the a W.. D.Klcklier May.Minutes A. B. Surrency andII. : cake and Bread for Xmas!

Anthem-Thee Adore (Lo- of a small weekly.
reading space
Sampson City Dec. 20th a son. of last meeting read
,
No. 128, O. renz.) Mr. and Mrs. C. I). Ituuleraon.Rntford She has a regular column for and approved. I
Starke Chapter Hymn-Joy to the World. the discussion of home domnstra-
E. S. Installed their oHlcera for the Dec. 21st a eon.PalmettoRural I I tlon work In each of the papers) !Moved by Mr. Surrency and sec I For your Christmas and Holiday dinners we
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S I onded by Mr. May that all pupils
at"theIr regular -
ensuing year HI'Il.\I, SKHV1CK: ONnnrKMitiou 1 published In Plant City the Plant
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routes Nos. I
who not six of at are making special of Cakes
held Monday night In the are years age a display Pies
meeting ,
: :: : 20 lon: Courier and the I'lant City
City ,
office
and 2 out of Palmetto post
hall. Olllcers In- the beginning of a school term but I
were. II
Masonic
lengthened. I Enterprise. Notices of meetings. will become six years of age during I Bread and Rolls. We urge you to place a trial
follows:
tailed as Mrs. W. C. Special attention Is call<'t1 to. the Plant Tlty--Filling station to and the results of projects are the first semester will remain

Worthy of Lawt'y.Worthy Matron. order of the postmaster. general be built at Wheeler and Reynolds written up every S week. out of scliool until the beginningof / I order for our bakery products, and we assure
Wooten dated October 15. 1927, which p
appears '
rut ran-O. M. Sistrunk. streets. CHIPS: the second semester. Upon roll that will be with
you pleased the results.
1\latroll-1\Irs. Ina In the Postal Dulletln of October !Panama City-Oio Holding Corporation call It was carried unanimously. you

Associate 18 regarding thh service to to construct $500,000 The Board ordered Supt. II. B. We plan to Starke -
White. be performed on Monday December County Agent Sam Sherard Is give one of the best bak-
Mrs. erdie Fiitch. caustic sndu manufacturing plant.: Wiggins': and Chairman L.V..
Conductress-- < I working with the local Parent-
Associate Conductress -- Mrs. 26.The. Vnlprnlso- -Construction of new Teacher's Association In Okeecho- Klckliter: to meet Saturday Dec. cries in the state and we ask for the supportof

Lorenzo n. Oreen. fact that the holiday fulls [ IS-hole golf; course begun/: and bee County In ueautlfylng/: their 24th and pay all teachers who havea

Treasurer-Mrs. 11. I. Ames. on Sunday Ihls year, but Ii to be : plnn: making for $500,000 hotel school grounds. Good results have full month made at that time and the people on the merit of our products

Secretary-Mrs. Eva Anderson. observed on !Monday makes it necessary and clubhousn' been accomplished. make note to cover pay roll. alone.

Star points Installed as follows: that tho !Monday delivery I In..kHOI1VIllt--8ears. Roebuck & Architect II. F. Trimble present

Mrs Nollu 1\lIddleton--1\IIlrshaJ. be made. It Is felt that an Interval Company branch established here. Winter broilers are being grown ed his estimate of work done and

Mrs. Lorena Epperson-Martha. of two dnys' In which mall I',I Lake Worth-Southern Hell with very satisfactory results In material furnished on Brooker

Mrs. Dora Ahh'rlllan-Ada. Is i not delivered Is too long; to be' Telephone Company start expansion Duval County, reports H B.Lans- school building. Same was paid ,.

Miss Madge Illoton-Huth., permitted 1 at Christmas time. program: In western part of den. assistant county agent. Onlya from bond money.

Mrs. J. E. Matties Grand Mar In order fiat! the service may t this city. few poultrymen have It so far The following bills were audited ,I

shal. hot performed with less exactionto Gainesville Western Electric Co.. but they are well pleased. and ordered paid from general I

Alderman Grand the employees and to' prop awarded contract for canstructlon fund:
Miss Mona --- <
erly provide for the deliveryand of University of Florida radio station New farmers continue call on Thrlma Sullivan, touchingHI.nof.
Organist. T. I.awhorn, do __ __ ..12.1101. :
collection -
Other officers will be Installed on Monday. December here. the agents for advice. Those who :\1.V.. J. Jones, do __ n_ _. mini
this 26. of mall accumulated over Orlando--O. W. Matthews building are not familiar with Florida con. Hree \Xl''I
later. Officers at meetingwere : ; ::
) ;ilo __ : ttil:ooJuHephlntt
Installed by Miss Verna Dullard Christmas day postmasters are authorized $20,000 new cold storage: ditions find that they cannot afford YoumanM, do _- u- HO.no ,

Associate Grand Matron and directed! to permit warehouse at 731 Brookhaven I to pass up the opportunity to Kthel:. Moore lo __u__ 5 I C. Mathnv. eI'l. 1K100
rural carrrlers to from their I
Drive.
vary get expert advice merely for the ,
The retiring officers were h08. J"HtophlopI..I..h -lt. d<>- 7000)
this meeting and at the ulllclnl schedules to the extent of Cross City-Morgan: Hardware asking. 'Inr.Vlh'ux.. ilu 7000Thelnm
t ssea at _. .
Jnhniton, do 70.00
leaving early In the morning n
close of the evening served a delicious on & Furniture Company enlargingIts lluby dr 70 nostvlla
hot chocolateand the service of their routes. Postmasters building on South Barber Ave A public spirited citizen of Lake Jvn'i. ilo. 70:00 QUALITY
salad course will that Ueolu FORK"" "" do _, __ 70.00 BAKERY ;
coffee.WOJIA.VN. see patrons are nue. Worth has given four pens of One I III. 8. Dowlinir."" da _______ ._ 30000MPB
S notified In advance without ex- Orlando-Building permits Issued pure bred Buff Orpington pullets
CLUB MKKTIXU: penile to the department of any here during recent' week to- to 4-II club boys In the Everglades. Mvrwln Klorcm-0 JackHon MuUhi-wn, eln., do._ ___. 185 12500.00) STARKE, FLORIDA i ij

t change In schedule. tailed $17.199. The boys will raise chicks from Mvrtlua JackHou, do ___--_____125.00(; ii

The regular monthly meeting of H. H. BILLANY. Tallahassee-Motor\ vehicles of the pens donated and return the J.oulM M.... U. (P.rrawsy..rkln.. ,do da_.______._.__._.7000 411 OHonnl i

the Woman's Club of Btarke wall I fourth Assistant. PostraMUr O.n-I Florida consumed 17,2S ,M7 gallons I same number" to the county steal *ncllirrov. do .- -?_- 45.0 0 j

held last Wednesday afternoon, neral Washington D. C. I I of gasoline during October. I next spring. Klinlr llJ..nn..U.Herkina.. do .-do---:_:__-_---- (15 63.00 00Uuimla I

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1IK87 BRADFORD COUNTY TKLB: : Ilil.W11 HTAHKK, FLORIDA PAGE LIVE
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FRIDAY, .
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u. the local electric
at plant
v LW..e11mIIlAII.aWla.mp11a1iml' "' .. m.IlanllleaAIYYYY1miaY.mmnmYWlWmmM.AYWaWIWMm., '''. '''' .. i W YWW"aYaMY.. & oiI A. Weeks In Brooker, several days | 111'11.Y.. J. Kpperson: Jr: spent; I K.: M. Nix development agent 1 time a Jury has boon given the a new thrill when they experienced were
I I tills, week. "- Monday and Tuesday In Jackson for the Seaboard Air Line Ralliway. case. The first resulted In a conviction lighthouse
called to work on the new -
villa i withlIss: Dot Slngletary who was In Starko Wednesday and a Riibxoquent sentenceto
tower while the gala blew
C. A. Shtimnker connected with In In the hospital! following an automobile Mr. Nix Is interested In an Improved '. die In the electric chair. The
about the stone structure.Jacksonville .
Bits of the state road department, with airldent. variety of onions being state supreme court ordered a new C e .
headquarters at Cocoa Is the guest tried out on the Innian farm hearing, a mistrial resulting, after

",f his {friend George Harnsber- I Mr. and Mrs. J. It!. Alvarez, :Mr. northeast of Starke, the develop- the jury had deliberated forty-two ---Florida holds the
; er' thin week. and Mrs 'V.I'. Randall :Mrs. ment department, furnishing the hours. lead In national defense preparations
local NeW9 seed 1 for the ot from the standpoint of efficiency
(II Kathleen Rhodes and son will purpose experimenting S C
The best line of fresh meats of spend| Christmas In Orlando with with the crop In this sec I West Palm Bench---"The Old of the two citizen-soldiery
.ill kinds at the Highway Market. Mr. nnd Mrs. Jack. Mnrden.Lester tlOIi.I organizations the National Guard
'ul Concerning Our People, Business and I Dog" that has guarded the Hens and Reservlo Officers Corps Major

and Town. Mrs- W. 10.t: Mlddletou and her 1 lIfell-;;: Joe Andrew, Jr., G. at thjs point for over half a century General Richmond P. Davis Atlanta
Progress of t County I Harper of the forestry
I mother, Mrs. E. L. 'Howling of M. Inman DeWItt C Jones F. F Is back on arty again at Jup commander ot the Fourth
station has
experiment" In Starke
: Stuart, and daughters, Misses Ha- Stump and N. Sternberg attended' iter. Gales tearing down from the Corps. Area told local National
..... gnmi to Nashville Tenn., to be
,,, .. el and Madge visitors to the at C. officers Thursday
I ,.,iamlMlalanwlYAplll.llatll'It.mnIIYIIN11mblIUIIINXi,. '' '' ''''' '' '!'' "" ''''' '''' ''''''''' '' '' ''''''' nauommmmA'''' '' ''''Immu' were :| with his wife who visiting her bllll'll1..tth''n Kujxtoue I northwest caused a shortcircuitIn and It. O. Too
lackxouvlllu Monday. I Heights last Friday, the meeting the million candle power electric night. The Boy Scout movementwas
keys must parent Both Mr. and !Mrs Ilnr-
nil '
C. C. !Melvin of Brooker being In the form of n rally of beacon Installed December t. commended by General Daviewho
Q. f visitor In Starke Wednesday. Friday and Mayor and Mrs. DeWItt C. per will. return to Starke In January. golf enthusiasts of Bradford.. Clay and brought I the old oil' beacon de<'tared It to be the dominant

in and try yours. .Tones had as their guests lust weekend ,Iced i : Aliuhiia countioso Mr. Jones buck Into IIHP. Trouble shooters factor iu the world.
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Col. D. E.) Knight was a Mrs. A. M. Darby of Gainesville was elected on the board of
'visitor to Tallahassee and :Mrs. Morgan Darby of j Rev. O. P. Raymond and Rev. rui-lorH, and throe Starke ---
Curlyle Peck of Ft. Myers. I... "'. Klckllter: have returned Messrs. Jones liumui nail dl-I ?5Z,2525Z5Z525ZS2525Z5252SZ5252.Y1 ;
Monday\ to spend from
Brndenton wo they attpIHI'd

Gun ahellsUull'a.Tllo were appointed a commiHeo( to
< Mr. Peek's ('lu'I..illnex boxes of nil nixes. ntMil. the State Baptist. Conven reaHB inc-inberslitii In tlio ol' ulIl.lUt -
Peek. tion. Rev. Klckllter: had the honorof
IM-U'M. Iou from Stnrko t
finest of stationery I
( Christmas gifts at -.- being elected vice-president< of ._ i
5 cents each. 40 b I the convention for the enstillng C
----- the Telegraph of Misses Mvrnoe and Myrwln Major( ) .1. L. Peek commandingolllcer i
( Art Leather (Gift. at :\ Jackson left 1<'I'I ..
In Haconlon, On., where they will --- -- ---- llMth:! Infantry Florida National

C. T. Luwhorn of Hampton .. Phillips nn.l i spend the holidays with their The new crossing signals being inure!, liiHiH'cted Companies( F and(
,. a visitor\ : In Starke \ of Galnesvlll. mother Mrs. W. T. Jackson.All built on t the mil'ti streets crossings (1 of I tho tmttulloii! at t the IHiviH

with Mr. alii 1 In Siarke will he panted In county armory In Jai'ksonvllluWednexdiiy

J. W Andrews. Jr.. was a the latent Imporlcil le')rfuna's opnrnWon! January tat All work night. Company (> 'omI I, (fur Sincere hies '

i ness visitor to Brooker and |I.o"der-4 nt :Mitchell's.Mr with the exception of connectionsto mantled, by Ca pt. \Daniel Plko, Is I:
nothing will b, the power lines anti block house, the newest of the units In the Nat- frYour

Mr. and !Mm. Edwin than a box O' and Mm. J. W. Kllllan: who linn been ('IHurlet"j, \ j 1 Icnul l (;iiiurd, past having b"11tI'UII"fel'I..1 "' -
[ Keystone Heights were I IM. --- ----- to JaUnonvllo! fl'OIll''
Dru- have been visiting her father, J.
[ Starko Saturday afternoon. Truby for some time have re- Mr. ninth Mrs. N. I). Hull have SL..IUI when hnttullnn hl""I'llIur-1' Na piness JGl

turned to their home In Black had nil 1 their guest this week Ills ters were assigned to
Fancy (riirl.stnm Furnace has pat Mountain N. C.The .niece. !\I I'M.' Jimmy Howe of Plant pany F Is one of Iho oldest com
[ Mitchell's. fins and 011 1 I City. !Mm. Howe Is remembered luinlcH In the regiment nnd Is commmuled 1..Lec v

-tlio idol In Still'ke us Mlsa Hti/ol. Brown., by Capt. A. 10:, Burrs.
l.ilest In CrjMiil Glassware
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Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Jones Hardwar ------ -- -- ---- -
nt :Mill lit U'H. I ro-I I
were visitors to Jacksonville Mrs W. J. Epperson Sr., According to the Gainesville

day. ; I turned Saturday night" from a Dally Sun a irsolutlon' was passedby .
Horace WIIxo Mr. and Mrs. 11. L. nrownlee, week's visit with friend In Lnko- I Iho lawyers of the 1 Eighth Judicial -

For Christmas candles visit Gainesville, ai Mrs. M. C. Stllh and little sons land, and \Itradenton having also circuit( and forwarded to1'roHldoul

East End Grocery first and with friend Mist Mary nrownlee and Hugh tendril the State Baptist Con- Calvin I'cinlldge roqu HtIng -
their assortment. near Starki Ilrownleu Jr., wore visiting Superintendent vention convening In Brndenton, that Judge! A. V Long! nf Hint
J. S. BItUh at the state last week.Mm. city bo appointed ns successor to
farm Sunday the late Rim clou M of
Cull Jnckftonvllln
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have you looked. in :\ Fnrnnce-be*' I
Window? Jones l1or<.-- J. J. Lamb. T. N. Kendrick ns federal Judge of the
p. KltTli'lc: C'hrlHliiiiiH. tyro ontflta'' and S.' 1:. Hitch motored to southein district of Florida. This BANK OF STARKEA
.lit :MlKlM-II'M. resolution\ unanimously passed
: Jacksonville Thursday morning to
Miss Margaret Long was! a 1
ness visitor to Jacksonville and How meet Mlns Ell/abeth, Kendrlck, who praises Judge Ioofor/; his t'lll-
day. Height James William Brownlee arrived Is attending" Flora McDonald. College clent work as Judge of the circuit -

Starke Snturelir) .. Thursday from Atlanta. Ga., Red Springs" N, C., and will court, and states his many
Miss Elizabeth Andrews where he is a student lu the den- spend tho holidays with her parents qualifications. for the federalJuilKcslilp.

[ visitor to Gainesville Monday 10.) M. Johns! tal college': to spend the _holidayswith I'' Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Kendrkk: t I 'n, Judge': Long In. a Rat nf Itnnnr _flank_ ___ ft_
a arms i emocra t an(l// uppo I nt n
this week i his Mr. and Mrs. J.
I II parents -- -- I
ternoon. j lug him: President Coolidge 1 : / wouldhave : rUC
a hunting trli M. Ilrownloe. Judge A. Z. Adkins lint been apI "
to disregard party Tines It'iii ) I
pointed the member nf the Democratic -
Large congoleum rug- Furnace-uuni>- All the Intcht ronyutcls and. I ; State Executive: Commltt..11I understood that several other I 'Hgf {
I Store. 1' GJ- t
quality mil I vanities\ nt :Mlt< liell'H.\ | Bradford county and will nt> 'circuit roiiit Judges and law officials I
In the state! are In line for I K' S. MATTHEWS It. J. DAVIS
Walnwrtght has taken Company ----- tend the reorganisation! mp..llng'l'IIII'd ,
lithe operation of the Sinclair C'ol. and Mrs J. E. Fetch and Deo, :Both. nt Hotel Seminole this pofc'tlon! prominent among I II 3' t .. .
Slng Station on the highway.Mr. J. M. Drown! .'Mrs N. A. UliUh will arrive today Jacksonville. I these being 1 William (lol)( r. ofI I II [

and Milt.i.. I I from IleLand to spend the holidays I I Tampa. I g President CashierComptimenis
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and Mrs. J. \V. Andrews In Gainesville '( with Mr. anti Mrs. H. L 1 Sheriff nndlIfr,,:W. J. Epperson OilandnCiixo) .-of--A.-II. Christie rj!I I
Florence S. T. Doll. 1 Hrowulee.Cnrii will have as their Christmas '
and Mlsa ,
daughter i harped with an attack upon 11
i shoppIng In Jacksonville \ guests: Mr, and !Mrs. Belford Ep young Orlando womnn more hair I 0 t::J
I / ( If not betnr N'omo cimiMimtloii gels, (lie person and .children of Jacksonville ::J
n :year ago, was placed In tho '
Get your Christmas turkey than hns e\ )r |flit Hiipreino nt :MKehell'.s.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. ft. A. Ander- hands of art Ornnte county criminal [d
Come and nf and Mr. and Mrs. ,
son Lawtey
(Highway Market. ]
I court of record Jury early Sat j nunlay
East End Gr, c. and Mrs. T. N. LlmbaiiRh Dale II. Vanslckel of Gainesville. :
night. This marks tho third -
and son. Thomas of Lakeland will I ,
Mrs. E. E. Burney of I -- -- -- .
i was shopping in Starke \ arrive Saturday to spend Hit Mr and Mrs. A. N. Philips and -- -- -- -- -- --

of Jaeknr Christmas with !\II'. and Mrs. Homer little daughter Dorothy Patience, -- -- .=. -- -- -- -- =--
_day. ;; : ;;;; =' ;; ;" --
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holidays with II. Limbaugh at the State Farm left Thursday to spend. the holl- ... ; -- "; ';

1I11'sV.. E. Ualfoid.in dnys with their l parents, Mr. and
L. II. Hill of Lawtey. was FItO
HT.tRT TO 1' IMSII liU'n '
!Mrs. 1<'. \. Gannett In Ozark and
9,business visitor to Starke
day l : rii\ecl <'Itl'iahliita. ir"'I\II"\ Rev. and Mrs. ..1.V.. Phillips In ems 1..vll. everything
fiovei ("II'IH nl111..11.: '... Cleo Ala.
Store for the feast .,'"r the IIIONIHlmplo
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The bent line of engraved;; S"m"'m'1 Mr and Mrs. W. P. Struth andehlldren Miss Lucille Mitchell arrived or. till most clalxmitclcliilsliims
logs! we have ever had ;\ I E. Mltldleton of Arcadia who are visiting Friday night from Lakeland I

for the h' 11I ': his parents !Mr. and 1Irs.V.. whero she Is a student In Southern o aa menu yon have in

p' Give VIctrola your home for a Christmas.Victor mother Kirs. M. Struth spent the latter part of College to spend the holidays t o Bee 8ai inlml- you niii Iliiil every
phonic hint week In Jacksonville with with her parents, !Mr. and Mrs. J. air
odels. Corpenlng's Drug Store.A i tiling! you. will nei'il right:;; ,
fnon(le M. Mitchell, She was accompanied -
Cleaner !good by Mario McMaxtor and little (y here, under one. roof.. Yin
man will appreciate a off regular Come In and look over our lute HOIIH, anti Miss Margaret Livingston f p (
i Das box of our fine cigars. Hull's Store. of heaters wood oil and electric. ot Tampa. ; : Mill MIIVO the IImet mill troul

Benlng's Drug Store. Jones Hardware Co. I ---- - ( a 10 of shopping. nil over town,
N. Christy hive ; Col. Hollls V. Knight state's I
not to mingles
I I ho saving In
I
Shari combination acts, the the winter his Friends' .. of Mrs. S. K. nrownlee attorney of Sturke, while on his
Mt made at Mitchell's. i Christy of Tar- will be Interested to know that she way to Jacksonville on Friday lust I money,

will leave Mississippi Christmas tarried long enough to shake hands
This Store Will be closed all
Cleveland Driggers and day accompanied by her sisters with friends before leaving on his day Monday

lea Vtvlrette ot Lake dinner pets and brother for a visit with rela- way to the metropolis where he -'

ere la Starke Wednesday. presents tives In Texas. was to transact Important legal Do you know that a five dollar bill Iceberg Lettuce 2 heads for 15c 1
buslnenH.-Baker County Reporter. -
P Messrs. A. L. Crosby J. E. ( Miss Vera M. Spuhler, who has will buy at M-C Store the followWell bleached
Celery bunch 12c
en.a and S. M. Mott ot way, a mem been in Starke for some time connected ,
were visitors to Starke Monday. faculty is with the government forestry Mrs. R. F, Clark and son, Mer- ing articles:
at her home experiment station here has ton. motored to Tallahassee last FANCY FIRMa
Whiting-Davis mesh bags returned to her home in New Thursday and remained until Friday pumln Franrn SI pound pall lard APPLES, Per dozen 38c\\

I Mitchell's.New leans, La.Professor. 01'-// when they were accompaniedhome t 1 eka plea. Unit Pepper S Ii pouada., II.heat.. Urlta Mvalpoonili
spent several ---- by Miss Annetta Williams Florida
a vouaila Itrlnl ba .... 1 pound I ....m.. .',free
line of the latest her brother- S. S. Dowllng went to> 1 Miss Isabel Fernandez, students of .....
I Jelly :a rana N... :a l>..."-11..... Stringless leans Per pound. lOc \
received at Corpenlng's : Mr. and Mrs., Tallahassee Friday to spend the> the Woman's College. t lot fnno syrup :a rana No. :a TomatoroI ,

Store. holidays with his wife and children I ---- -- I pfcHT. Oat Meal p.... Ma wrll Tee Florida
who are visiting relatives /In> I Miss Shela Tharp who has been 3 poritiiU Malt llaen I p...... 11.1. prurhesa
Mayor DeWItt C. Jones was beds steel that city.Paul : relief manager at the Western Un- pound. neat HacnrPkK. II poumla nil KlourD Oranges, Per dozen 15c \
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business visitor to I Very low --- -- :ion office for the past several 11..1. pound heal ILl,'eI .
p.... l'vap.: Apple.. I PkK. Malphra.Thin .
Thursday. K. Canova who Is attend- | months was called home last. Monday :a M..nl Meditim Firm
hug Jacksonville Business College, ,> 'I night( to the bedside of her Lemons, Per dozen 20c
Cathedral candles for )" H. Marks have is spending the holidays with his> mother In Chipley. News was re-

Christmas table at Mitchell's.Mr. from Fligler, mother, Mrs. Florence Emma Ca 1 reived Thursday ot her mother's would be a wonderful Xmas PAKSNIPS, Per pound 7c
at the home nova death Her friends here greatly

and Mrs. W. T. .- - sympathize with Miss! Thurp In her Box for the housewife or a poor New Crop
Mr. and !\ .'. Demorest returned
have as their guests. Mrs. It. sad bereavement.
C. W, Boggs and son of right from Friday night from an extended vis- --------- family. Mixed Nuts, Per pound fOe \

Hull's More. It with her mother Mrs O C. { Mrs. John llallett of Kenosha. -

Mrs. J. II. Carrndlne and Johnson, in Amerlcus, Ga., who has Wisconsin writes the Telegraph ; llent Granulated Pillsbury Flour
Craft
Lee were visitors In Siarke and little been III for some time but Is now that her husband died at that place i Ocean-Spray

day. / .. are home eotiHlderably Improved.Mrs. lust summer. Mr. and Mrs. HulI 21 pounds $l..?: berry
Ja kson- ----- I let held property In the Lawtey''' I SUGAR 12 pounds jfi9c Sauce
Tuffs, Souls and {'In'I''Un-; 1)ea"" L. A. Reynolds spent several section and were frequent visitors I

at Mitchell'<< .. .- days In Starko recently nod to Bradford county during the 10 lbs 68cO pounds 38c I
dreni"' i and returned to her home In Raleigh winter months. !Mrs. llallett expects I Per Can 25c
George Hnrnsberger spent .' : for Hi-I holi N. f.. being accompanied by her to return to Lawtey this win- Don Carlos Spanish

| day In Lake City attending to j Muriel mother Mrs. Elizabeth Johns who ter for a short stay Clymer's best Texas OUt'es.
orte'ChrlstmaR, I
ness. : ;;- ; will remain until I Skinless Fig Preserves I 8-oz. Jars Del Monte No. 1
---- I, ; wli> has Friends ot' .;uKene Matthews a :0cI can
A. Starling of Green .. two weeks I Mrs. J. J. Rlgdon and daughter; 6-oz. Jars 2Jc
i Peaches15cNational
; Springs was a visitor In / i Miss Eva and son. Lacy spent suet I In-stitute I, 30cLibbifa .'i'oz. Jars 12c

[ Saturday. Davln, has re- Saturday In Jacksonville visiting\ to learn that he will be unable to : __ ___ .._
In Fernnndlna. Mr and Mrs' O J. Penney and be here for the full Christmas Libbu's Brand Sliced '
I !Muntii Slant powtofllce at :\ Mr and Mrs Arthur RI don. ,'holidays on account: of InfantileI Brand 21-! can Itiscuit

i ..II'" Drug stone. V 'I."nlf of ,I paralysis breaking out in the APPLE MUTTER Pineapple Crackers, All 5c pckgs. \
-! the funeral Mrs. J, L. Corbett of Plant City ,i school student being under quarr No. 2 can 26c
Mr.. and Mrs. W. G. In :Starke I' arrived last Saturday night to an tine until December 28th. J1 No. 11-2 can 19c
,low and children of Palatka. spend the Christmas holidays with < I 25c 41-2c
N ''Biting' relatives In Starke her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. J. I IRlgdon. I I I Thieves Monday night cleaned No 1-2 can J6c

4t' hyt for a dressed. I out the chicken pen of Fred Hes- I
1 < with '
tnia the
: hey a newcomer staying on I II
Mr. and Mrs. D. S.uttenfleld. Mrs. O. L. Beasley, Mrs. E. L. |I Bishop place on the highway north I''
aye been residing in Starke --. Biggs Mrs. Lila Griffin and lI18II'Ethel \ lot Starke, securing twenty of the
'T' some time, have gone to A Marks. of Griffin spent Tuesday In I fowls. They also took; the front I

spend the winter. fumral of Jacksonville shopping. tires off of his car. Mr Henley
In Starke I stated WednijMday that either the
w I When you want painting Misses Florence Matthews. Ethel same outfit or another returned NEXT TO POST OFFICE STA RHE
I Clog or kalsominluc Griffin and Eunice Perkins and j Tuesday and made an effort to '

lie Mr. Supper. Starke. 11-1 Jacksonville, Frank Salmons are In Jacksonville carry off the five remaining chickens I'

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should be a root such as carrots or ped peanuts. oUDi5nna
Farmers turnips. Even: the lowly onion l Is StuffcxI! !'rum'sWash New River Fla. I thought I would write you a
Farming i Included In the lint of vegetables and steam prunes. Dry 6 Koo'rl Dec 7, 1927 letter to let you hear from me

which may he used In the contest. remove pits and fill centers with t e Dear Santa- Santa, on Christmas I wan tyou to
on the first I want you to bring me a dolly bring me a B. B,
The contest begins salted gun and ,
Editor marshmallows, peanuts po- erryman sonlt
Agricultural )
(By
day of January and ends the last cans or the orange peanut stuffing and a fountain pen for Christmas, shells, so I can shoot and I wain

--- -- -. day of December, 1928. Each participant May roll in chopped nuts, If you please.To you to bring me some nuts and
Ood rent Ie, merry gentlemen dear old Santa Claus, from some candy
a record card on my on Christmas
IH given
Farmers and Truckers Arc Invited to Contribute Ar- or sugar If desired. Let nothing you dismay! and 1
which' l Is listed tho different vege- Leilomae Waters am 7 years old, and I am la the
ticles of Farm I Experiences and Methods Found I On tills card the gardener hop.Corn Ball III words .ounded primer grade, and hope I will puss
of Use 1 cup ,Florida Cane Syrup, ::2tublspuons : I through/ the hull of the to the first. I
To He Host Suited to Our Country makes a record of the number New River, Fla. guess I will have, to
I I times eudi vegetable IH used dtirIIIK vinegar, 1 cup sugar, J\"m C! biff olllce building. newhlrll In a Dee 7, 1927. close, bye, bye.
the month. ThN, l IK a woman's freshly popped corn I high, ileur Dear Santa- 'Melva IVlggtnaONONONON60NN
Harden
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John
(mil( de both
-. affair and in open to every mem- Boll syrup, sugar and vinegar and his win, pulpit' lookup Will you bring me a car, fiddle, --
I her of the home demonstration until little snaps when dropped In |>, sttilt led and, Irritated Then, in knife and candy, apples and a cup .OON
clubs In the tuta The competition cold water, Tour this over 1 quart "merry guntleimMi" Hounded further to drink out of and a pen knife
HAMPTON *
1 1s between counties, as well freshly popped. corn. Mix well, off, John llnrden thought: Mi's a If you please t *
Merry Christmas I I us between Individual) It IH nee- form into balls or fritters with good thing/ that woiniin Uldn't come Wane lluzen. .. Ml.. Ada Mmnio, Car. .

esHury for 15 I members to enroll the hands rubbing on a little butter In here singing that 1 'Merry: gentle-/ .ON00000000000....eN.:
for the county to be representedAttractive .. Drop on waxed paper to harden then; Indeed, !" und he looked over New River Fla.
prizes will bo awarded and cool' lit his son, who eat brooding at his Hampton, Doc 23. 'Mr and,
I' Dec. 7, 1927.
Mrs Joseph Oliver, of Ft
deck. Lander-
( Dy Spud Johnson) I| unbelievable, but I am sure thatIt to the high scoring counties In Tropical KIMMCH "If Ralph would, only give me bU I Dear Santa- dale, were visiting friends and
of the
In true.'e who have been ouch of tho three districts Use 4 egg whites, 3 cups puffedrice confldnirp' he thollJht.JonI'1: : I want you to bring me a little relatives her last Sunday
state The state wi.i be divided vunllla, 1 cup trouble of some kind, I wiiipoiw, 'car and a pistol for Christmas andI
1-2 teaspoon
Christmas Is coming, to bless us used to Christmas. trees. and Santa Mrs Ray Colley and '
cording to the home demonstration daughter/;
I powdered, sugar, 1 cup shredded and ) ,,1 help him out If he'd only sure will thank you.G. Miss
again, Claus from the time we were big IIIHtrlclNorth East and cocoanut. tell inc. Troubles enough of my ;. L. Waters. Sherley of Miami, are the

Bringing Its bounty o' blessings to enough to walk can hardly imagine South ,Kolrlda. The prizes will Beat whites until stiff adding own, but not abOUt money. It a I guests of Mrs. Colley's parents) '
men! consist mostly of nigh grade seeds egg million loiters would remove this Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Mouser this s ,,
Fold In puffed New River Fla.
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a community where u ChirstnriH sugar slowly. week. ;i
It In a
threat of blindness( I'd pny
Wiping out worries and troubles and nursery stocks. vanilla I I
rice, shredded cocoanut and Dec. 7, 1927.
tree has been held. A "
never
and frets; The ('outeKIII\ being put on In buttered, minute. Mr. and Mrs. T F. Brown have
from on Dear Santa-
Drop spoon !I"
community Christmas tree, such as effort to stimulate tho growing Let nothing you dismay came a new eleven pound son, who m
]Routing the "pest" with Its futile un tin and bake lu a moderate oven the clear, light/ voice again, and I want you to bring me a doll arrived
twelve months of the last
'regrets'; the home demonstration agent of of vegetables for about 30 minutes Do not remove Itulph! thought: and some candy and apples for Monday 1,

Blotting out memories, tragic and that county In planning for every year In Florida. The Increased result from pun' until partly cooled. "!low cnn I help being dismayed Christ nuiH If you please. Mr and Mrs.: M. L. Wattersou
which
dour-- community In the county Is a good: health and efficiency of lIh'lnlt-I.'lut'ldll htjlo,, with a pile of gambling debts I'll Annie Waters. were shopping !in Jacksonville lust
from eating all abundance green never get out from under? Father Monday.
Filling our hearts with the magic thing anywhere, but It will be especially vegetables Is the goal to which the Use 3 tups granulated sugar, 1 Suspects[ too, I know, for he looks New River, Fla.. Those who
o' cheer! good in the communities extension agents are working. tap corn: syrup, 1 cup water 2 gloat! till the time, and keep his were shopping |In
Giving in gifts from the giver where one has never befpre been eggs, --whites only 1-,i In. shredded hand over his Dec. 7,1927. Gainesville this week werefrs: :
ahove- held., HINTS 'IO IIOI'HK1VKSTin" : : \ coconut, 1-4 lb. candled orange eyes BO mucli. Dear Santa- L. A. Johns, Mrs. K. B. Wattertion,
Greatest; o' which Is the spirit o' Christmas tree and the Christmas peel or kumquat chips' 1 teaspoon If he'd only Just to let you hear from me.I Miss Gertrude Wynn, Miss Wilma
love! ,,,, ask me, maybe am well and hope you are the Alexander, Free Wynn, Mary Lee
should that 1-t I Ib.
spirit mean we remember ( vanilla pecans.
Time
-Selected.Ilio I others than do ('hrslanus, li fiinily I'd have the name. I want a B. n. gun and Wynn Mrs. (I. V. Knight, hire J,
more we and water together -
Moll sugar, syrup i courage to tell Home candy and apples and nuts. C. Caldwell Mrs,. C, L. May and
Yuletide ls universally a ourselves. Pleasures divided are until It splnn\ a thread. Remove "
The call for Christmas sweets Is him I want them all for Christmas Mrs. Margaret Prevatt, Mr. and
season of good cheer. It should multiplied. The spirit of Christmas a legitimate one."ho ever heard ona cup of this syrup and .11 I As the slngI Well, I will look for you Xmas. Mrs H. D. May, M. C. Sweeney
Is that of giving. Extend the set UHldn. Boll remaining syrup t I Ing voice
be more so In the rural seitloiis: of Christmas without sugarplums With love from, Mr. W. B. Alexander and family .
Christmas cheer of home to u
our until It cracks In !Ice water 29 degrees neured the office
tban It Is. Surely we farmers have others. And however sparing you and sweet meats? It would "'. To the stlffy beaten egg a g n I n.Harden. Mace Brent and Mrs. C. L. May were Shopping -

every reason to be happy and may be with other things, give be like fruit cake with the fruit whites, slowly add the first cup of ,I la Jacksonville last Friday
left out. t growled "Tell New River, Fla. W. A Saxon of Pampano, was .
cheerful when we are celebrating freely of life's best things-love, then the sreaming syrup, t
the birth of the greatest figure In sympathy, and service. If you do And what makes a more festive syrup beating constantly. As the beating i that gjrl to Dec. 7, 1927. visiting here last Sunday
the world's history- -the Christ, not have a Christmas tree, have a gift than a bright hlolldny box or becomes difficult, add the flavor- S i hush up or ,, Dear Santa Claus- W. D. Dulley and family, who
I was told by the home demon- Christmas party, and Christmas basket tilled with stuffed fruits\ and Ing and cocoanut When the mass I Then go away the ofllcedoor 1" I Just a few lines just to let you hove been located here for several

stration agent In a neighboring church services. See that all the other wholesome sweets? can be no longer stirred, form In 'S' opened, I I hear from me. I am well and hope years have removed to Zephry- m

county the other day that peoplein poor of the community are remem- Stuffed Fruit u loaf or drop by teaspoon on oil- c and the words you are the same. hllls, where Mr. Dalley has accepted -
some of the communities In that bered. Then you will have a real It Is usually desirable to have ed "merry gentle- Santa have got a little sister a position as telegraph oper-
I country had never seen a Christmas Christmas and know real Christmas the stuffing visible, although fig, paper. men" made and she wants a doll, a pencil box, ator for the Seaboard Air Line.

tree. Unthinkable! Almost joy. date, prune, or other dried fruits COUNTY AGENT: NAMED: both men look and I want a gun and a wagon. Miss Caroline Delk Is spending
may be wrapped entirely arounda IMUDFI'OKW COUNTY up impatiently But, Instead of a Well that's all. A love letter to this week with friends and relatives -
bit of nut meat or candled fruit. FOR bold young \\'omnn-Itood a scrubby dear Santa, In Jacksonville.Mrs. .
Garden Contest For 1928 After stuffing four or five, fruit newsboy saying: Kenneth and Bonnie. J. P. Sullivan attended
may be coated all at one time by Gainesville, Fla. Dec.-Extension ""Collectln for the Times. CIr- church at There sa last Saturdayand
shaking with fine granulated sugar officials have just announcedthe culatln'" manager's so busy he sent New River, Fla. Sunday.

Ready To Be Launched In a paper bag. Three tablespoonsIs appointment of J, C. Flemingas me."Where did yon learn to sing?" Dec. 7, 1927. Rev. F, L. Lewis of Waldo, will
sufficient for a package of dates County Agent In Bradford coun- asked Ralph. Dear Santa Claua- preach at the Baptist church next ,:
Tbur by, food specialist for the and for a variation a 1-2 teaspoon ty. He will begin work at an early ,, "St. Luke's choir We're pray Just a few lines to let you know Sunday morning and evening. 'r
Two Fresh Vegetables Every Day Florida State College for Women. of cocoa or cinnamon may be add- date with headquarters at Starke. tlcln' for Christmas. Get fifty centsa what I want for Christmas I Miss Thelma Perry, who has bad ,;
In the Year In Goal of Those who have the best gardens ed to the sugar, Mr. Fleming l is a farmer of considerable Sunday, and I get a dollar Christmas want a doll 24 In long and will charge of the drug store here for /
Homo (Jttrdi-neni win prizes. The others get the satisfaction Orange Peanut Stuffing evperlence. lie attendedthe 'cause I sing a solo. Gee, It's cry and has hair and has a pretty several months, left Sunday for
of eating many good This l Is a new favorite To 1-3 Florida Agricultural College luck, fer Dad's' been sick nnd If It I dress and a wrist watch and some Marianna.

\ Tallahassee, Dec.-A content In vegetables during the year. cup peanut butter, add slowly two when It was at Lake City, and has goes on this way, I'd never get candy and some pink rolbbon anda Mrs. J. C. Lamoreaux, of East !i i.
which every participant Is guaranteed This contest calls for eating tablespoons of orange Juice and since been engaged in farming In clothes fee school What think cart. I am 8 years old and I St. Louis, Ill., arrived here last yl

I I I to win U the All.Year Garden vegetables as well as growing 1-2 teaspoon 'giaed, orange rindor Alachua county. lie will succeed Got eared five for dollars a new out overcoat o' choir!1" money go to school and I am In tbe third ,Sunday.

I 1 Content, conducted by the Home them. The ideal set up by Miss better yet, a tablespoon chop- R, F. Ward, who Is leaving Bradford "Here's another toward It," Bald grade. I only have one brother.I 6b+r
EiiJ : Demonstration agents of the state Thursby Is at least two vegetables ped candled orange peel. Remove to return to Baker county as Ralph, "nnd I hope your fill her will close, TItusville-New city water tank
In cooperation with Miss Isabella served every day of the year. One i i the pits from a package of dates, I county agent. Bets well." Dorothy Ilazen. and tower under construction.

I f ,, "Thank you !" exclaimed the boy, Tallahassee $200,000 new
norlcotlnz. the money.: "Gee.. 1 hone New River, Fla. practice bOllse' Florida State
---- i be; ;does; ;;, too; ;, 'muse;l h'8'n I"the Nov. 7, 1927 College for Women nearing completion *

family I got. He works In a fac- :Mj Dear Santa- .
tory where the light's bad nnd
sometimes his eyes 11'0'rUlut.: .
"Couldn't he work somewhere i
i t else. ?" queried Mr. Ilnr
"Yep; there's n grand place 1I'0ln' Scratches Skin Abrasions J Jan
to he vacant at the pnper.box Fn or
fnct'ry, where there's hardly any
Ideal eye work but there's so many antiseptic should be used to prevent infect'

after it11'aitI"-" ,insure quick healing.Thereforerememberto
said Ilnrden. "I know !. 1


r Whnt'8 Mortimer I'll give your you who father's a owns note name to that take?factory" him I Use EB<>I&2EHE at Once! ):j


Albert \Vlckenn, and he's all Borozone Liquid, a powerful antiseptic, cleanses Sand ,'
right I You tell 'em I said so- wounds and kills Dorozone (
Fertilizers known him all life, iui' germs. I
recommend -
him" my applied alter the liquid,hastens healing.Keep both handy.Sold ) .,
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Presently Harden looked up, sayIng By .
"Here's the note, antI a dollar Corpeni ls' lru-r\ Store L'\\i ia
I for your :_
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ki: For Citrus Trees, Vegetables and forget;In Don't come ar1vanes. + 1.+

i In It-

I all Florida It's paid for,
J Crops remember !I" '
"You bet I'll if
I i come I I'd get UICKor

4 Ideal l Fertilizers applied to Citrus Trees now means a lick In'handsome If my /

;,: added vigor and vitality so essential to the setting of the Dad ever heard

..... o' my beln' '
i next crop of fruit. crooked 1 I'm I Christmas
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proud 0' my
Ideal Fertilizers for Vegetables produce maximum ole man nn' wv .'
I want to ._ t
y' i crops of excellent quality. I It make him" ,r
proud o' me.

t In buying Ideal Fertilizers you get available plant food I the With door t hilt,

from known be slammed, nail, the young voice was i
sources to congenial and beneficial to your heard caroling down the hall.

crops.. The field results given by Ideal Brands during the The two men' looked, nt each other
I'JI'uklntmultunl'ouRly! / :
past thirty-four years and the constantly increasing demand "Sun, I have something to say-'" r.nIn i

o for them has proven that they are really "Ideal" for Then"Dad,, I with have something half embarrassed to tell-" ,

; Florida crops and conditions. I amusement, they both laughed
!; ncallngly.
a "I guess there's a good deal w.
Our Service Organization headed by our Horticulturist linve to tell each other" said John lhht"aIw ,

j Prof. Bayard F. Floyd, is at the command of every; Harden.prlvnte "I room propose at the that club we, und geta

Florida grower. Our Field Representatives are practical over.have"some lunch, and talk things Make this Christmas last

growers with a scientific knowledge of horticulture and "Orent!I" sold Ralph, rising to
ag- help his father with his coat. "I'm
t riculture. Let us help you with your problems. not looking. / forward, exactly, to for thousands of milesThere's
what I have to say, because I'm
l ashamed, of It, but It'll be a relief"
"Nothing you can tell me will a way to make this Christ
.
i be as bad aa this estrangement has

WILSON & TOOMER It's been,"anything replied I his can father.help TOO"If mas a long-remembered day for N 1

t about-" your family. Surprise them
"It Is, and If yoall straighten me on
out this time, I know I'll never get Christmas
1 : Fertilizer In such a hole again. When that morning with a wonderful

Company kid laid 'I'm proud o' my ole.man, new Buick for
; and I want blm to be-'" 1928.
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Ralph choked and stopped, bat
f'
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I by this time they were In the
t Manufacturers of Ideal Fertilizers outer ball, so John Harden simply Nothing you could choose would
took his son'a arm and pressed it 1
; JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA affectionately give them greater happiness !
As elevator reached tbe street 'it
level the two looked at each other 11.NerltK4GN.ep N.YdsdYbV4ii.. ,
and smiled for down the ball they
beard a high, clear voice .Iallaa,

r God rut y., merry gantldmas. REGISTER MOTOR CO.N 1STARKE
Let nothln you dUmart .
t A KIT W"'lOra N.w. mp.r O.li..| FLORIDA ,

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*hn''the.!' come In. After berries SANTA CLAD I. -
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I'T E FORUM T.\-ttll{I {aided and shipped out for CRW\417] r Keystone Heights : l tion. various parts of Inwood sec For Colds

I Iv rsjon they are sold by he car- CUPID ? y : Mix llrltm OKI|... l..... .
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only they
I *8a';' by s the Inspection tag. ItI' 'r LICLFN6AI9rORD ........................ Company to erect $50,000 new Grip, -

1 -- only post a few pennies per I j Keystone: Heights, Dec. 23. .Avery "canning factory hero

Lawtey Fla., Doc. 19, 1927. ''this hearing from PlUshurg for the Innpectlon. creditable performance or Winter Haven--New state road I

[ Starke Telegraph said he had been foiled ID I uld he Rind to hear from I|I Jean Webster's well known novel No. 17 connecting Fort Meado! and ,I and* a

handling Florida berries i on of the this sub- and, play Daddy Long Lake Alfred will
Starke Fla. shippers on Legs win run through PravontlvoBromo
count of them arriving in bud 1 'J'.A S airlstiiius .;ve-- I
vlven here.
; Gentlemen: I I (.. 0 quite the must Klorlousflirl Thursday evening, Iee..13.
because they were on i
dltlun .
t I have Just returned from Lakeland lie stated II J. II. MOORB.LAWTEY 't' tiiiii8 Eve Virginia at the Keystone Heights/ Womau'i ('01'0/\ -Material arrives to i
Take
i where I attended the straw- road so long. __ I N' Rny liuil CUT known Club house by the Woman's Club start work on $72,000 filtration jLavaThi'

: berry hearing to nee If we were could get Florida berried lit i, ................o..i ILC nvoryllilntfiis; ready of Waldo. It was derldely< one ot ,plant.' t .
would much)
F entitled to refrigerator express condition he rn< for the Jalrty-hpr party the beat, non-professional performances ) /
r strawberries. have them than Louslana ben -fruiii theft'r.'y; t'hrlsiiiuis" that has Florida bank deposits gained
for our J appeared in Keystone
r car service also said if we could get re'' i I II 1(17.1( per cent from 1922 to 1927.
'. To all who don't know I wantto lie Mm. 1':, t'. llururr fur ld.ice-car: < to the rplondld Chrlct- heights The leading char
cars, they would iiiiin tree Hint \\ou1il be ahluze ull of )
orator express University Florida Is
to have
tell them that Mr. E. S. Mat- able to handle our terries t tin, I .........a .J>-:.. .f'.uwtl'y. \ evening with little lights and uelers, KlUabeth Hoiintree, who new $200,000 dormitory. Quinine
thews hart done all that any man took the part of Judy, and Byron
weeks later than we: now o I, | nl'(,. 23.--Ml..s Llzzlo colors. S, St. .
service.
Stephens, Jprvl Petersburg
I'en Hanks
t can do to get express Virginia pliiiiod the last red na them. There was also a cone' lore spent Saturday lu Jarknon-
[ To my knowledge/ he haH arranged stocking to I the iniiniel mid turnedto worn' exceptionally:: well suited to have deposits totaling $ 19! ,176-

these hearings for the last eleven slon man from Chicago and 1 u. tier mother M think It was real their roles! and, every member of 133. Long '

years. I have attended hearingsat testimony was about name UN I I' ,i IMr; ;. and :Mrs. I K. \K.!: Ournoy were mean of 11'0-! ; not to offer! to |>lny tlio cast played his part with remarkable LakelandMunclpal alrdomu often> fulluw scrims! Cold illness, trip and and compllrntiona Inri...."...

Tallahassee, Jacksonville Tampa burg man. There were 11111'I. 'i lopping In Jacksonville 'fhursI Stuns C'luim for me," slip sold ability. Hesldos I the four here dedicated. 'utrd your health against this dungor. '
era there who gave "good! re:i : "After his having such n nice Price, 303.
Starke and Lakeland. He has I star 1"1'1"! of the piny the audience enPiI -
and his why we should have refrigtexpress I .. r y.1lr. tnnii'. to,)." several Arrnlla.-30-here, \ tract of land This boa boars thin.Ipat.....
been at all these hearings I and :Mrs. .J, H. Moore spent 'Jo piitrn-actx. which Included east of this
service for the move '; "Hut testimony at Lakeland was a complete few days In Tampa last a solo The Urown Itlrd. by !h-
of our berries. The WilY It I Ito .. i I. week. .. "How tnnlil he when >'onqtiiirnloil !for municipal I landing field for G. '
record of everything pertaining were accompanied home Mrs. Kite; n monologue. The Mun
byl' ? \
If don't get them SIII'y I didn't Know Jon had alrpluuexi Proved '
we -
to the movement of strawberries me Mayo who returned Monday. ills I I' 'I l lilni." \'ho'us Almost Maid, ,, by F. H.Tlxinms Merit since 188

F in the U. S. A. v I after this hearing we might ,i l' Mesdames. II. Edwards and "I illiln'i, nut of course I would ; and n rending/ Pharaoh's

. + Not only Bradford county owes well quit. It. TlK'tlo were shopping In hot e. If lio luu! been just I the least Daughter; by Myrtlco Hnrvey. Music

him a rising vote of thanks, but Another thing I am strotn JUI'kSOIlVIll'l'dIlI'Hdoy.. bit nice. ;" Mrglnlii poiiifil.' nod wets provided by Mm.'\ licks, BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH

the voters of the state of Florida having government indirection f Mr. and MrR. 1'. L. \Dlnklns I' liurrlod I off to get ready to recehe and Mr: ('1I110VI\, who placed I the "IDEAL FASHIONS"by

owe him their support should he berries and corn. There ai<- ,,II spent Saturday In Jacksonville. her guests Her mother IIIIHY w 1111 pinto and l violin.

for him. as 75 buyers of berrii :I'' last-minute details, smiled In \vliut
many
to vote
Call on !Airs'
you J.
H.
Mrs A. M. Lewis returned homo Lawrence. Mrs. J.
t, There was a commission man at I Louslana shipping season and! Hi \\#!''PueHday from Tennessee whereshe I might lime been rein her Inlseeuco own jouth.of I ,\. 1.llwr..nl'o. Miss Lawrence and Jean Belle Hamilton

was culled by the serious 111iiens A few minutes Miss: Helen Ogden; spent the day i

of her mother Friends of Inter she went shopping' In Jacksonville "'ednesoY. -

When' Good telloiV3 Get Together .Mrs.: Lewis will be sorry to learn the I'hono j'j'to I i

(that her mother passed away last : held'' n bilef :Miss ICIIzuheth Caughey/ Miss

_. 1'h II rsda)'. con v ersatlonnnil ,Ruth' I Rogers, and Miss Arnetta

-' I Muse Joyce Terry Is home from I : us up HIIIIIIIK I the I Ogden: .drove to JacksonvilleVed I b

I TulIuhuHsee. to upend the holidays rc* ','I\er she I nesday: to do Christmas shopping. t

111 with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. e"t e! A cafeteria supper was served lr"t'

J. Terry 'te e-; ;s alit"hurry: to sixty-five people' by the Keystone /

I Mr. and Mrs W. E':. Torode and 1101', I ilo be- Heights; Woman's Club at
Ar I :u Home of I the club\ house 1RAN
a toil John Arthur were shopping Thursday Doe in.
' ., t !WS In JackHoavlllo Tuesday r ;l you r iciicst" I Following the supper nn Informal 1000
.
er war lr are reeling/ MONQTRiNS.
K. II. Wells I''el'pllIouVnR held to welcome the
Is home recuperating "I'll be rightdnnii" 200'fi
/ from an operation performed VI r'lnui'n Rev and Mrs. Weld, of Penney : .

wo weeks ago. 1 ( : voice r Farms, Into the community. Dr. ; k 20%

|l'I't''PIII"1' Its Weld, hits' been, chosen us pastor' of
A little daughter wan born to owner by only Iho[ Keysoiio Community church.
Mr and Mrs Harry Padgett Saturday "((10
decoiiil.
n
Mrs Williams Kdward of brie
Dec / ,
17th. She will be I look nil
.l'ull."IMlldrpd. 1'n.. in'lived Keystone: Heights;
right, mother?
Mr and Mrs. \V. C. Woolen ac- ".\11 iltfht," suld 1 Mrs. Ruy's voice Thursday, Dec. li, to sperm the ': t
mid her said, 'I.o\clj," mid holidays nt the home of her &
I rumpanled by Miss Pearle 01'1 Ills, eyes ) / &
( were shopping In Jacksonville Friday her heart sold "My owu darling daughter/ Mrs. )F,, A Babbitt. j

Virginia reapot ding to nn urgent Mrs. \Harper Hayes who has
I
v hm..ltlggg, ndmltted 'her earliest ; APRONS TRANS.
I been seriously 111 !in St. Luke's hospital :
The Methodist
a and Baptist KiieHls. Iliilf an hour Inter when In Jacksonville, returned, 10'' \ % 127-i 2001
I C'lulHtmus trees will be Friday tlio resins were Ill led.' wllh merry 1e 1 TI1 1 1 ( c- 7
her home In
Keystone Heights
3 I night; Dec. 23rd. Nice programs chattering young people, the orchestra on
t eItl' Dec 1 Ii.
have been arranged for each Sun- I struck' up the first dunce. )K-: Friday. '

|Ida> school and we feel I sure a treat curls led" their liiiiKldng ,piirlners Lawrence K. Walrath who Is

P,7 Cr Is In store for all who attend.GRAHAM to tile center of the Moor but Virginia attending, this University at Gainesville '

did not dunce I Hie first nuin- relumed, to Keystone Heights ,(1
1..0..................N. her-flie hind, not Invited (:,'orlCl'. I Friday for I the holidays.Mr /
Neither tutu she| Invited ns her .
: partner, iin\iuit rise.Ttint bell Reel, of Putnam (Hall .

t i (:\ ..... A. W. Ilrllt. Cor.) :11. Anne was IIM-I I' IIIKI another was In Keystone Heights! Friday ';r.f:

,1 y and 111141'' hl'r. The riirlsliiinn veiling visiting Elands ,''

........................ tree was/ udiulred, ; the nilslleloH. M\ II. Bergen left Friday for "

I I Rev Woods filled his regular ime was; occnslonul found, ii lid silences I put to made Its proper dear (Pennsylvnnin, where ho will spend :\1"lwul'all1. I MI ;'I ,III igs :11111 linlhroi
"I I appointment I here Sunday night.. the dlstnnt sound of caroler/ ; the Christmas with relatives 1)etllrati(1n I ) t III a Divi'isity) of r Garments

I Mrs. A. Cl Brow, Tlielma, Hubert clock struck tl'n-l'll'vE'II-lw'I\'e. Philip n. Cad, num. who Is attending -

Drown and Mildred Morgan/ At that/ moment the Kiioxtx were Rollins College/ at Winter No 21100-Hmll<>i>eil, tluxliiii for Hcnrv'.... dresses. aprons, towelsvthMls.

Sat-urday[I surprised (und so tens\ Virginia) by 1'U'k.! arrived In )Keystone Heights rduliiv' hiriiiit'n KiitiiieiilH. iilllow pillow cases' lingerie cto.'!

v ; I the sound of elelchhells. a hearty )Friday to spend the week-end with caner, HI| *,'tx, (M\VelM, Ill tie ti e,oa To In woiUnd. .solidly In satin,,

s I'I' Mr. Alph Hazen motored over ")ll'rry Clirlstiiins, and the appear-/ his parents Mr. and Mrs Philip uinl Iniv flothx. Tim pullers stitch, or outllneil. Pattern !I.

here Sunday afternoon. puce, from somewhere" near the ('lid man. l.ioM.len. hOI h ,1,1111| | nnd l.im yiiallor pi'lined In yellow only and
1 tree of nil i jolly a Smite ns one cliiiles, trans'/'
'Ml a complete
> wlgiogs alphabet
Arthur Hubert( Drown and Jake W.t'li an i'or-
!Mr. and Mrs. )1C. I', Caughey and
;
could( 'linaclni'. Neur beside' .
Toting Leo Corlllo slips Willie Collier the low-down on broad A S Roberts attended court at Starke him8too,1 :Mrs. W II. Ogden drove to (lalnesvllle I" "r". I'llMlf.l In liluo only I'i,'Icu whlrh any desired monogram may
!Mrs / -
I. Kay. hu
two comedians do their stud Detort the microphone as mac ass lust weeK. >{ lianxfih 15 nil'a.No uiniiiKeil, or letter used sin
. "Wliy. Mr. Santa Claus, I do be- Filthily on a shoppliiR. tour trly. felts
of Transfer 16 eentavj'
n> in the "Family Party radio Hour put on by General Msirv-r / L'lini
:hiss !MamJe Mills of here were II.II"1 flower inolirsT
I J lleve and then she presented. him Mrs C. K. Lawrence MHH| Helen No. 1274-This of
Cia, evening through twenty-seven station I visitor of Misses Ruby and Kosetu 11, to the I I' IIlIu..r f.le. norms' Inhle, .. lunnem" 1 group at
i com !truetlvn tea
apron all In'onn :
come
Ogden; and Howard Lawrence U hl>Mix, 111..1! ruilnhiH" The doil -
_. I[ Voungblood last week. pany. :\Iy oldchlldhonil drove to Starke. Saturday morning 1':11 IH ,I.| t'Iop. ..,fl In the fiiiiilMar pattern envelope, and. us Il-'|
:Mr !Morgan; of LoulHe halt moved I h liiHlralei' may t>o uuidu from enll.or .
: hero friend I Mr.I I Mr John Illrd and George/ L. iiiinliiu-HIlie "I'rrnili) ItnoiM. mid diiluly:, ituiUilalH.. and Inca and
satin' Hlluli The(
TiuiiHfer
CM>IIiihi -
IIIIHII Santa ('lints lard, of Keystone Heights/ drove to rltiliiin lilouiied I'llcu of
Thelina\ and Hubert Urown ,,, v nio'llM. 4y i r ;t Inches nod palternIII
Auld has come to lalnesvlllo Saturday, iifternoon. cetilH.'
Mildred Morgan motored over I "i' ,m", ilfx. sty x Z'li 'Inches. Printed -
to Starke Sunday, afternoon. pay us u visit I IIIrM..J. II. Houser and duugh-; In 'ii,,, wily l'rko of trunsfvr Many alt run-live embroidery do*

I I vI' Miss Cleo Price, Floyd Crosby, I all and. ni loaded I be Is l y ti ter. Gertrude, and, Robert Tutton 15 OIIH alone Winter are I.'uHhlon IIIUNtrutorl Hook.In Also our new the

I 1 Luke Kelley were visitors of Miss down' with hIs agent' Saturday shopping In the No, :'ml DeMlxn for oval mon deHlirns for making any of th.'

,, Thflmn Brown Sunday. various tftli, I University City. 9Kraiiix with center letter 2litiiLlua garment HluHtrated above. Prlos)'

: Series b which must lie> I Mr. and !Mrs Lee ItloHH and liltfh, Suitable for neck of book 1& c.nls the_ _*nnv.___._ I
: 127"S3 ........................ delivered A pattern for the above design will be
I. by ''daughter, Luella and Mrs. Win ; sent prepaid on receipt of
Wynne Ferguajpa EVERGREEN: : :: tomorrowmorning. Il.iker drove to CliirTiesvllIo Sutur- /fifteen cents In stunipH or coin.Vrltn your name and, address clearly
1 give number and size of pattern, and address
aBcr (volvelstitl.V' 'd'sIN) day afternoon.I Pattern Department.
j t. Author of "PRACTICAL AUCTION 4. suggest that Bradford County Telegraph, 329 Fourth Ave.. New York City.

........................ he give any of I Kenneth S. Love who Is taking J

Copyright 1917, by Hoyte. Jr. us who are to I I a post graduate course at Florida -
Mr. and Mrs.
Quincy Masters
r receive his attentions | University, spent. the weok-end
'//' ARTICLE No. 11W.S' I I,| and children: of Okahurnpka. spent our I nt the home of Mr. and Mrs. K.P. .
1
I _. the w eek-end with Mr. and Mrs. presents now." Caughuy of Keystone Heights.! We can charge Q
" ,:There is one line point of the bidding I J. 10;. Rosier "I ftl.I .n't YES your

y\\i t *-', auction bridge that most player; s Y Mr. Gnann Is spending a few know, Virginia; ," said Pudgy Clark Miss Kll/.aheth Caughey and Mr. HRS

., rloolt. For example, suppose your sA Bt I days here the guest of his daughter the fat arid jiwkwnrd youth who Donald K. Pangborn drove to STORAGE BATTERY In 0 )
ner, as dealer bids and Jacksonville .
tl P nil hand either, one spade Z !Mrs. J. E. Roster had stepped oil Virginia's toes during for the day Monday.Inverness .
(\ passes or double.
the last dunce, "I didn't know
Mrs. Hester Sapp returned home e
spade (mforriatory). In such cases
believed "
you In Santa/ Claus
No econ, rubber dthidmc Sunday after spending the --New ono-story brick
i are a number of hands where youa game past "
fire opportunity to make a big spade and A doubl wmitoy) week with Mr. and Mrs. J. (j. Rosier 1 don't" he Virginia snapped "All building; being built by T. 8< ar- '
!: What should Y bid? Ihahei right laughed' "you needn't dasls at northwest of Ftarkela.
ni.,: should bidehree.pad Tr I near Sanderson.Mrs. bite my head off." corner courthouse Garage

in the hope! of shutt rthdolbk tadul I J. D. I'eele and baby spent The fntors distributed, ... Kay / Hiiunre. .
or
Wednesday of last week with Mrs. cnlled Virginia. L'maUlla--nldll asked for conHtructlon -
.j 1:3rts-8: heart bid. It takes a bid it e,het "Here, to overbid three R, S. Rosier.Mr. and Santa lend the grand of municipal building for .
IClubs si ro y
: K, 8,3.2 II a ::
{Diamonds-A, K, 7.4 good chance to win bd0 I ref and Mm. L. Gruff spent the If you will nil follow I mnreh.// I this town. : :: :

"Spades -J. 10. 7. 3 spades.: The hand is mile Igb weekend here with relatives. might; find sense refreshments In another Ol'llla.-O'ala, )Fruit Packing/ .,
I
to bid four and the oom. working overtlmo.
net tut me Roy and Calvin Morgan of
s y ssA necessity of shutti hang in Glenn St Mary were the week-end "tttghtnl"! shut Snntn, In a decidedly I jilpnur...u" _u .L.xieimivo: improve-I I J. R. DAVIS I & CO.
Hand No. I. Be
U'iZ 0 Kahl for guests of their parents, Mr. and I unfrigid voice Somehow : meals being! made lit United States i
hands of this Punta; knew
: s typeto Cis'th, ate Just where to got: Hut radio station here. I
jump the bid w hg!, or Mrs W M. Morgan. then, of ,course Santa Claim knows
and R. S. Rosier the week-end, Plant City--lilds to be opened
more spent .
trumps
1''p, rubber game. If Z dealt, bid a iqy 1 I Mer'thlniz.in
p' a dot and A passed, what slmiildP cause trouble. M. Wen, in In Tampa. I veil knew B few moments for construction of State Highway; INSURANCEAGENCY

I P With this nand Y should bid this way by shu'ormation. void: In. Mrs. J. S. Sapp and children liter, when Mrglnlu excused her- No. 11 from Thomotoxuxxa, road

I h spades, to shut out i if possible, am ( spent Sunday with her mother, I elf from" the parly, and, slipped west of this city to Tampa. I

v bid by U. Unless II has an over- Here is another clad ich :Mrs. J. S. Rosier. I i. buck/ to HIP oilier room now In a Hurts,w Plans making to start.
linj hind, I ". "., "' !: v?. nlij? 'eHtwiiiiarch re'ent a fT. hi, D. 1-;. Rosier spent Monday and 1! state/ of piirtlnl/ disarray and (for ;;I school hiilldlng, Campaign which I ESTABLISHED 1886
a ; l to bid five I .,. V'afohisr.H I,tr.l arethat : and ct GI; ;er I even the orchestra members wll cost 340000.
his I. -cli.. able tea t salon: !, .. Tuesday of last week In Jacksonville were
par: rt cat : enjoying the repast/ In the other Plant CityDome of Illllslior-, '' STARKE
je four""p.idcI ; <'.O: twO> I;.: FLA.
room) forlorn In Us 'I
*' s I First, .hu: OIK a........,) L. d. IVobl.... JfOJ, I Mrs. J. M. Rosier and son. Carl Virginia wee feeling/ pnrllciilarly 1'1rtfJlnp> painted.ough County's courthouse to he II I I t

I nil, offer a rice (:'iar :a for I spent Sunday afternoon with her forlorn and / :
1f pnrtlciiliirly proud.Santa .
'In this .; h..r.. '.. 'c .T'-Q.J. tot< r :
p. -r i (I mother Mrs! J. S. Rosier.J Cluiii must\ knew i -- -
every-
> 4-
O C Vo id! mat wa.J!"a a I I:: .": r:1C:: .:z-t".. :; Discoid: : *-A, ICyl1ipaJea A i : I). Peele was a visitor to hung for he, knew just how long to .. ,,- .,,;;;.... '::...::-.-- ,------- '_::""'"

bold bid 'r'"l !H '-: ': ( 3, 0, S, 3f&&; Jacksonville I Saturday unit before lie too, wandered from

hij hear /* ", t'' .-....-, & I Misses Ruby and Edna; Rosier I the merry croup and joined Virginia. ,V
>l with their aunt, Mrs. And lie (or was It (Cupid
/
r spades t n J co v o.a t-ic rat; Vo !* spent Sunday .
r--- ijrct earn Zeilt,, : bid j W !M. Reddish. know Just what/ to say, to mnke this"
l clan r 'nip. :t-hoi: 41 1p35' ible really the moxt wonderful '
lIan'1.; 1 : Choathem Peele spent the week I'hrUt-
I .(!Inforuw i Dry) or bi h he" he 1 flue ie: In all VlrKlnla'n/ life Just
e7,6ls11) end with his mother. Mrs Hester I SUWANXEE
natchi.iquoation unonoo MFG. CO.
:- and II IISapp what It WaR I am not sure, out he
tiiinlc: it over and;, s>|how on have told Virginia for
-". unmet presently
1. / r. 7 1 I'I elusions:
agree withAtV an _. .
hat site said "I know I "
I --- --- ---- ; know,
.. r7 6z .
: : r.'ll: be gives in the : art I
let I II i and she had cheered up quite) a lilt

obl.m No. 14 Malaria in the Blood before he put 'Mi arm around' her.
I Somehow she wasn't so forlorn. ,
J'earts GROVE'S TASTELESS CHILL I
.
none nor quite so proud. J.\CKKO\VILI.K: ..,.\. .-J
r Clubs-4, J TONIC destroys the malarial
After while
a they walked i
Diamonds-3. 2 germs in the blood and removes) over'to i i-rowv. .
the tree together/ and : j TOM He.n.ct n u Spades-9.4. 3, 2 the impurities. It restores Energy they Piset nail Y.rd.l| It-milw Mrr vt. .'annenlssl
I K llstenpj to tile carolers ; and then 'I

c, Q,1,8,6 Y t Club.7, 3 healthy and Vitality blood by and creating fortifies new the somehow, they stopped right under

.-Q, j, 3 A B s Dia g system against Chills. You can the mistletoe What George sold LUMBERFramlnK
was whispered In her ear
: Z I S1de. feel its Strengthening Invigorating so we
Effect. It brings Color to snail never know but Virginia' was
Hearts- the Cheeks laughing she answered him.
A. 1.9. 6 and Improves the I
Clubs- K, S Appetite. Pleasant to take. 60c "Why, George< she said "ho" Siding Sheathing Flooring, Finish, hoofing HliliiKlo' Laths
h. dare lirlrk. Lime
Diamonds you any I don't bellev ,
A 4
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A paekag. of a.....'. Uv. Pills i I. hli
r
X en.jth Santa ('Iso,,' I I4OV
Spadesare Cement Plaster, Doors, Window*, Aspliitlt
a. none .w o 1. IQVJI'a. tH w..ri_ al-lr..r Unloa I Hhlnar'.IJc.MI.' .., I MhlnlCl. I

I trumps and 2 U in the lead. How can Y-Z via all the tricks I with ..... I Iii IiiI I L UIJ11.TV47811.6A$ DCiJVElt UIJUMJV TU,11UUli jig
? Solution th.Tonic. 'r'.n-- :
ill the
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(. I'\m, ImmT ._ c _,. ___.._.. ____ ._., __ .farIi. !::OUl. ) ('OT\T!, TKMTm.\pn.. STARKK, FM>ium __ __. ._, FIlIU.tr, KCKMHKK;:: : 2JI: 102'1

r t nnvitlr '1'li) "Twelve ((12)) Thirteen (13)) I od for process against (th, ;;::,
rides 1F }fourteen Block fendunt. an above d
I Bradford County Telegraph Jlockn li. \t4lji' n. I, iC: K: :' I I! !. NOW THI'JJU:"'OHg described, It li;
In UlHlnic's ub-dlvlxlon. to the .1 ordered. that each and overt hereby,
1" (C/iDlS; ) joijunfi 'n the defendant above
named duxlp, .
: ESTABLISHED IN 1879 'yJ e? r I"- !%MN ) rlaIanb 1seMtllanN: : .' Hated and described l, clalininic,
..iy fjo"ji""i4) )iil 01 auip-ionaw'; ra>t" 1 oats In the property hernlnabtm lni..r. diV:
rr I Mitlnvcnt Quarter (.IW'O'of\ crlbad, !I" hereby required to "
Hon Twenty-one. (21), 'I to complainant' bill 1'IIUkflIltnhL .
Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Classy : rtr Wx ((8). South flange on the first Monday of,,f b'fb| '
(22) (mast;; and D. 1S26, !'
y Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida t ">-" ,part of I he Northwest of arrdAin, ,;11,. beingtht 'oIl(|, +,)"*
ter (NWVi of Section IT IS FUItTHRH:
!t.. S. Matthews----------------------Owner and Publisher (25)) Townnhlp Six (0) South that thin ordor bo published OUplii-n' ;',| .
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I Tweniy-two ((52) East, I : : newspaper having a Kenenil ,,.
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__ ______Manajjing EditorSUUSCKIPT1ON rciMi.wH; llCKlmilnir at the l.rIlY'I' latlan In Bradford County. si) ,ii. u.,,i
J. C. Hobinson______________ __ w<;rt t (Corner of the Southwent |' I i Florida, once a week for I i I. ", rt
f lei ,.,"nil n) i, 'II,I u/
ii --- I II'I (.N'W'j ), inniiliiK, thence East doy.
( : S s I.Iliiiidreil::; lOlKlit;; (608)) feet I WITNRS.S: my hand and th.. ,1 I .,,
: KA'IEYearly !land Two lliinelri-d' Kllflltv ( ) Bftlcl Court, this the 2Ulh di\ j IJ,'.
I' : t'" 'I. theiuoV, ,'Mt. Five 1111' comber, A. D., 1027.
I'I' Six Months 75c Payable in Advance "+tt AlF raa. w I:llthl( (fins) fuel to the Section' .
$1.30) ; I rhlP. :Gi'11 1DB9rrff; }'p r tlw,,,," North Two Hundred : ; Clerk Circuit AI.Init.M:f.urt' ::
i Advertising fates on Applicationill feet to t the plan- of beKlnnlnir. ; (SEAL) Bradford County l'.mli!
J If Y M=Z =A ft W H ( 1 3 >W& 5i/.L neorite WMICItlOAS:: llelier; \\ W"r. .,having: ( I': r By C. A.Deputy ICNIliltT, "lurk
In iln- above entitled. cause. MILAM. McIl.VAINI3 & Ml I,AM\ ,
uoni' bin fot complaint( '' for Solicitors: for Complainant.
Merry Chriktmas.I 'fi'irtFII railslTr irr qulotlnn' of title or the land 1 12-23-rn |1-2
i err IFI( a ,'r''FErt/ ., Innlinve
J C ... Penney F um3 is in the hands o of the Republicans. May- .'i .l."iq" RI.rfIHl 8 r,;l ff1 I'l._.._.";"h..I'JFIIrIl; '1 U, YH r f I"i" I I r jfl F G l'gl' .i fJijlrf'r'[ Ilw. ,"_7 '!1ff ;lw i,(. ;{f 9r 1"1 --

. be we'll get a tariff on tomatoes now. feirrs; >. ;...; I"" ;; '1, ""

E 0 0(;" f. ', 9) :: '. til: i-: _/' ..."' 1atdt_
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he knows.-:Macclcnny Reporter. Safety first measure. t-K 6Iir;j/lltn'Of l.. : rr.z;; ; .''"''4o! I i: r. .
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1Cbi >>S"iM it td ...14"
Yorkers who had to at home this winter '
New
stay were ,.J .t '1.. 1. ;.tff.'ii1l 1Jff; rd/li err, hl. "ef eo }l,;::
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II HO peeved they had; the coast guard patrol sent to Florida.]

0I.
I' Street Paving, Starts l\londay.-Starke Telegraph. Expected n+v 1- AI e .,.. ,Ifv ;!::131.1!' '.. lot

II to arrive; Tuesday night.-P. E.: B. in Tampa Tribune. ) !c1 l .as ,,..., .

I Yes Tuesday night, about eight weeks hence. tIME -- 15' ydll r J ):, \,.
o / sa'r:

If a sportsman is one who 0 observes, the game laws, and II bED M"3 t ,;< 'll ;"1 (1. 'i''"

i especially the bag limit, then there are very few in the state, !, o p 9's'.Ir' nu' t v.I"' ''Ip 1

at judging from reports coming in from state papers. Llufuclt UN j IIALL I \ \!\ J "'

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Still another standard : If you are an Average Person, you

eit; have $220 in your savings aCl'ount.-Tampa Tribune. That's \ t 1i1\,\\ j, .

tt encouraging-only $220 to go to become an average. DJ )wg' n' 311'013'0" \ s <)\ <_ .
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Four-brakes are a great invention. With the oldfashco ,) \.

ioned brake the pedestrian often escaped after being run over, .

ia but with four-wheel brakes you can stop right on top of him.

COm -San Francisco/ Chronicle. '
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C There may be another argument about Lindbergh's first F-1R.n: I
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words upon arriving in Mexico. The presumption is that this ) .5ECOADr-LCOj2) ; LAIJ 1 )
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careful young man hastened to announce "I am not a candi- h4 I M-rr.3 I. .l.s I. .,.h. : '1 corfgiissAN I I
date."-P. E. B. in Tampa Tribune. v .., ,I> ;: -
KNGMSII: IIOU8K OK CHAR. qualities to a very marked degree, the third floor, there /Is space for
GOOD TIRES LOW PRICED!
o Af'TKH WITH ECONOMYBy as a study of the accompanying an addltonal room if required.A -
T' Try This on Your Ford.-Carl Padgett and E. D. Chesserare Illustration will show. celler under the entire house
( R. C. Hunter & Bro. Archts. The construction is stucco over
wearing scratched faces which they received
,
Sunday, New York.) provides the space for the laundry,
brick
frame. although veneer
when they tried to run: a cow through a swamp after they had To obtain an English Cottage could be used with, very good; ef the heater and such.A .

run away and gone boat riding.-Clay County Crescent. type of house with an economical lot with a frontage of 40 feet
wit 0 floor plan one that haa no lost fect.The enclosed sun porch is a de- would give good free space but
spare In the second story gives an lightful little room that serves not allow for a drive. With a I ;oodyear-built Pathfinders. Miles and miles of
Cc A dispatch from Cardiff, Wales] bays, "After a two-year Ideal combination. It combines also an an entrance vestibule. The driveway on one side, a frontage of

iii D. fight, golfers have been barred from Llantrisant Common so bounty! and economy, two most essential entire plan layout Is direct and 45 feet would give good setting.; .roubI -free service are built into this big,
I
;, : cattle may graze there." Similiar action against motorists isr factors In the design of the compact with not an inch of space Complete working plans and
modern American home. specifications of this house may be (;sturdy tough treaded tire by the world's larg-
r ; suggested on Florida roads.-P. E. B. in Tampa Tribune. I The architects have, in the lost.Three good' bedrooms and a bath obtained for nominal sum from ,

I II I 0 pieta the second floor, while on together with ''ample closets contained the Building: Editor. Refer to |!st and best known tire manufacturer.
: Neither the motor house Illustrated herewith, ob- both of these essential House A56.Clewlston.
manufacturers
car nor the makers of I

molasses nave been able satisfactorily to use the Coolidge dictum of the best paved towns of its size in this section of North
-Vegetables grown/: In I
"I do not choose 'ome in and get a price on size Path-
I to run, but now an enterprising stock. Florida.-Times-Union. the rich muck land of the northern your

ing merchant has found that it just fits.-Christian Science 0 everglades for northern markets I lincler.
1 will be brought to an even higher
Monitor.
The call for bids for the
paving of state road number
standard as the result of the decision
1I 0 thirteen from the end of the Chiefland road] (a paved Levy I ( 'of the Clewlston Vegetable

I Almost without exception Florida] tax collectors report county highway) on into Cedar Keys will give to that pretty Growers' Association lint all locnl I

that state and county tax collections for) the month of November little coast city its first paved inlet. The coming of the Gulf I produce Inspection bo subjected It was to government an-- .-.-.-.-.-.-.-I

1927, were in excess of the collection)] for the same montha Coastal Highway, a matter of two or three years, will give it nounced here Saturday by Anthony ,

year ago. A sure sign that there is more money in circula its second. This county hopes to have number sixty-seven Lehner, president. Application has I I I
J been made by the local association
tion. Ocala '
Star. paved within three or four years. Soon after or at the same to nOli late >with the Federated I

-- time sixty-seven and the Coastal highways are completed Fruit and Vegetable Growers and I
Congressman Lex Green Gilchrist n representative of that organization Supreme Service Station
recently introduced a bill in con and Levy counties and the State should connect
U expected In Clewis ton this
gress to give Florida] twelve new federal buildings. If the Trenton and Chiefland with'a paved road. This would give week to close the contract. Ao.

other eleven are as much needed as the one is in Jacksonville, a paved road from the state line north of Jennings to St. Pet- 2 PHONE 83

they are absolutely lsentlaJ.-Times-Union. Move yours to ersburg and should prove equally as popular as the upper High Springs-Trnlllc signals

Starke and Jacksonville can have Starke's n. f. b. Tamiami Trail.-Gilchrist County News Installed recently at all paved road
I Intersections In High Springs.
o Everglades New 40-gallon

Saw a fellow the other day who was so tight he wouldn't I chemical Ore extinguisher placedIn .
i and Hamlet N. C., and the signals! I Everglades lire house
trust a rubber band around his pocketbook because it would !installed between Savannah, and r
I IO''IC''l
give too much.-Dade Banner. STARKE I Baldwin via
City And we know a lady who Jacksonville give upon

never wraps her small)] change in the corner of her handkerchief TKV;: YRnGO TODAY the Seaboard System, a total of
-
I 500
nearly miles of automatic signals
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because she is afraid she will blow in it.-Clermont] of the color-light type." he ty-nlxth In the Judicial Circuit Court Circuit.of In the and Twen-l for 1 '"

Press. -vIndications Druce Davis of said. Bradford County, Florida. In Chancery -
i Arcadia spent .
0 the !holidays In Starke with rela Ueorge Hchnr Wellnr, I
I tives. AVI!.\TIIRK: IIKI'OHT Cumpliilnniit,
throughout Florida's strawberryproducingsection \V. A. Ik-HHent was in Jackson For week of nee 21 The Florida VII Land. l and Immigration I

are that the crop will not produce over 50 per cent of ville mi business Friday. Date !Max. 1\1 In. Preclp. Company pofendantB.n corporation, vt ale, :I

last year's harvest, according to the'report of II. A. Marks :Miss Jamlu Spoor of Maxvllle, 1)01'. 11 .70 60 T.Doc. Order of 4rrtlrp. by Pnhlleellon I ,
Ti Lnlhvr
l J' Fuller. Emma; K. !
agricultural statistician was the week-end guest of Miss IS 79 60 .00 Fuller' .ImneH .' lRH|
for the United States -
department of \II..l'lI Alvarez Di r. 16 75 65 ..52Dec. InK, Oriiin I1[. ) rK.Mlrr:: Jane I a
agriculture's bureau of agricultural economis. ] 17 BI UlKlnK YoiitiK A. M.l Young and John 'eJ
Plant Miss 33 :
City Mario Livingston bUll asher I .00 M. Rising: If alive and If dead the
Courier. guest Miss Martha Tyson, of :Her 18 Bt! :31 .01 I unknown h'lr"J .ilevlHoeH, loxnteotinnil / 1l
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(iiilneavllle.Aim. Dec. 19 45 39 .36 irrantcpH of the Haiti. Lutnt I>, 1/ o
"Fuller Kmmn" I':. Fuller, JnmeH Pick
----- -- A. H. Freeman has returned I:Dec. 20 47 26 ..00Dec. 'Ins' !\I..ryI.\ ItlHlnK, Ornm M. Hl lnor.

Railroads will spend enormous sums to develop new ; (! from a visit to her son. Capf. 21 27 .00 Yountf!Mary Jam and Juhn Rising M IllHlnir Young,or A.either M.
crops henry Fieenuin, at Camp Wheeler I l along their lines and spend equally enormous sums to fight Total rainfall for week ___.92 lowlnir rlatmlnif dfHfriltetl any Interests'.tamlH In situate the fol.In .

any improvement in service necessary to save an already ex- 'r. J, Dekle and family of LnkelIutl..r. Note: This week hat been the Bradford county F'lorlllltowit..
isting The were visitors to Starke wettest sad coldest of the winter. l 1 1i [Late !'I"\.n, (17). and Eight' (8).
industry. strawberry crop of Florida, except in Saturday. i 1I1..k1" Lots Ten (10), UievenI i

far southern parts of the state is ---
dwindling each
year on ac- I John Langford spent Wednesday -
count of Florida's slow transportation and I high freight In Lake Butler with relatives \
I Metmrti. 1J.; and George Roberts -
charges being unable to complete with express service and i
of Lawtey were guests; of
reasonable rates DFORD COUNTY
granted other states. iMatlves In Starke Tuesday.

o Bryant W. Hodges; of Cotesvllle,
Pa., la among the holiday visitorsin e s3Ct
While it is generally admitted that the automobile has Starke. : '8

brought the good roads, or made them to spring up where Prof. S. S. Dowling la spendingthe w BANK
In Drunlswick, Oa.
sand was before, that isn't all that holidays lo''S
it has brought. Of the J. T. Quigley wu a builuo i vis- 'S\

$88,000,000 collected by Comptroller]) Ernest Amos during the Itor In Jacksonville Friday. err: '

last ten years, slightly] over $55,000,000 came from the motorcar HKAIIOAKIV! SKIXAI. \ fe ffie' l

owner's purse. In other words, gasoline taxes and auto- SY8TEXT": :: >Kn

mobile license taxes in the state of Florida for the last ten t'' i
"These color light automatic
years have sent fifty-five millions of dollars state treasury- signals Installed between Starke

ward.-Plant] City Enterprise. and Coleman,, now are complete !

the last section being put Into service 4 *nHFI
o on November 15, It was an-
With the arrival of a big concrete mixer, Contractors nounced yesterday In a circular I Si'/orrf' County's Financial Stronghold

Dean & Yarborough will front'V. L. Me Morris, general passenger -
soon start pouring concrete for sev- f
agent. Seaboard Air Line STARKE
eral new streets to be paved in the city of Starke. The Starke railway. Over ninety-six miles of I I 3, FLORIDA
Jones Lumber
Telegraph says all streets included in the program have had. territory between these two cities & Supply Co.I I I ,

the rough grading completed, and finishing crews will go now Is supplied with the new I
type of signals. ,
ahead of the machine to smooth and round up the grade. When "Thees color light automatic STARKE. FLORIDA I IiI' S 1

the program is completed, which includes several important block signals between Starke and ,
thoroughfares in Bradford Coleman. together with the signals o-
county's capital, Starke will be ones installed between Richmond Va., --,;




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u Fourteen4>! lock 'C"; all I Bradford TelegraphESTABLISHED Btorku I) 12. F II I, J: K I. and, NOW. T-HICHEFOH13.; It I. h-r.,1,,
County In KlHlnn'a aub-dlvl..lon to 'the that. each and ever --I
7xnagtnoR defendants above named I, dr ij
t''t M.ia\. \) )1.I'U\; 1xaw 1 IWoy::: I and deaurllied l claiming II',, I r"
IN 1879 IJo. ut.au rott.telg In the property herttlnabuv 1.
'n lnpl| oj upj| "
""11".1 Quarter (Nw'4j'of s I" hereby ruqulred 1t< 'in' >\,
tlon Twcnty-ono (21), the complalnant'n hill 1 of ,
*lx on the first Monday uf r r:"
fRI !South! linnv
Published! Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Clash: I (22) Uast; ami) A.;month.it.; 102V, being" tin mi, daY| "

\]alter at the Post Office at S Starke Florida ter> 'u i('NWU" i port\ of of Section the Northwest.. -.. AM nuld> IT 18 FURTHER Oliniil:'; :,,
(25)) (6) South' this order be publli"| J
K. S. Matthews______________________Owner and PublisherJ. i Twr.iny.two,,: 'lr2rIXE: ; t, described I : having a Keneral .
Il s f"'H'' lipRlnnlnK at the rny"d In Ilradford County. :Slit." ;,
________Managing EditorSUIiSCltllTlON Wi. tt Cnrner ..r the Southwest ) ", once a week for i (l I II)
C. Robinson__________________ let l (SWIof) Northwest < weeks, prior to. -r'' .1 i I.
I V pWi,, ) rnnlug thi-nce .
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= .Iliimlierl I ;1 Night (508) WITNRSS: my hand and Ih ,I
UA'IEVearly IPr.lith Two llillKllirl' KlBlltv 1 ( t> .I i I. IhfiKi. w si I Five ., A. D., 1927.
1'luht (GOS,) feet lo the (Section ; U, 'V. AI.nl IOI :.
$1.0: ; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance th-iH'c North; Two Hundred 1 1:,, Clerk Clrcult'c.'jrSEAL -
) Bradford County V.; ,
fei-t t n> the plannf bi-Klnnlnw' : 'Ida
Advertising hates on Application WIIKHMAH 1 ihe sump By C A. KMnirr;;
fli'irnrlleber' ; : I\ ; ,V< I llrir. lie vlnit 1 1I. Deputy 1'1-k.;
Mya I In.. Hi" aliove entitled. cause, MCIL.VAINB & MILAAI
>'''.IIM l.lll of complaint" for Solicitors for Complainant.
V' 'Jilli'llnsr of title of' Ill" lamlH 12-Z3-B. i.j,,
Merry Christmas. liuilrovf) denrrlhed, and linvlnn l>
tfFlFa f fIiF 31b 1 N'r" f9fF f fl'rI' fl.r'' Ji
o ,.jiFlfflli-l! i iji'1 '1_ ''ifii1j ,,1IH 1 IHt( h 1 fD'I' E f I"l i'; 'lrr ;; !' 1 .

Penney Farms i is in the hands of the : .< '''1] Uil ,/..:' -tfiiJlI.ll,;; t l J, ; li I!,!/ rJ..tl! (r :'.. '1d ,/ r!

be we'll get a tariff on tomatoes now. ''''-;'' ,.. f //l11l" / IV" I I.l IV
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Many a man who isn't a liar does not tell 1l;; ft/jfJ/Iff! ,,,.1'!3 : ;; ':=! :"r .
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he knows.-Macclenny Reporter. Safety I Io ; ; : ';'' : ; ; .;;.;:M !!I J rI" ..
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New Yorkers who had to stay at home I ? ; pe ;:;;:
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i iso ,J of lMs.G .i / / ,, / Irw wly=rl"!.r t"" -.
peeved they had; the coast guard patrol I Io .CLJ

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Street Paving Starts l\Inday.-Starke( p'nu /r
.e. '" r NNN ) i ,
pected to arrive Tuesday night.!'. E. B. / .,,aSwuwlI '
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Yes, Tuesday night, about eight weeks I 'iTLNI ((1I/: F 1Y Jlyd
=:I. '
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o I cI: I I
If is who observes DED M"3v ,
a sportsman one i" I IIy Ie '
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especially the bag limit, then there are very 1 jl I II ; Ia.
.
I judging from reports coming in from state I LIUlOOJDMl; R.Ji-i-- I I II ) lGOOD '
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o //1'0'0'0'; t tI I
t I I p
Still another standard : If you are an -

: have $220 in your savings account.-Tampa I I

t encouraging-only $220 to to become IIAfAX31a00M'
t go 12'0':19'0' bED M 2 bED M'1, II
o ,,0' 4'2'0' 10'64)) '0'

e Four-brakes are a great invention.

c. ioned brake the pedestrian often escaped
t -W I
but with four-wheel brakes you can stop tea

tI -San Francisco Chronicle. //,2'
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C words There upon may arriving be another in Mexico.argument The about I :: 3+i:'W"j" .1 I .SECOAJD. F-LCOS PLAA)


careful young man hastened to announce : i
,
date.-P. E. B. in Tampa Tribune. .: JhH'SE OF CHARACTER qualltles-- to a very marked degree- the third'o floor, there Is space for I TIRES-LOW PRICED

o WITH ECONOMY: as a study of the accompanying an addltonal room if required.A I

'J Try This on Your Ford.-Carl Padgett Illustration will show. celler under the entire house'
( 11. C. Hunter & Bro. Archtu.
The construction Is stucco over
are wearing scratched faces, which they provides the space for the laundry,
New York) frame although brick veneer I Ioodyearbuilt
when they tried to run: a cow through a obtain an English Cottage could be used with{ very good ef the heater and such.

run away and gone boat riding.-Clay of house with an economical fect.The A lot with a frontage of 40 feet
plan one that has no lost i enclosed sun porch Is a delightful would give good free space but
tic pn In the second story gives an little room that serves not allow for a drive. With a ; Pathfinders. Miles and miles of

tiE A dispatch from Cardiff, Wales, bays, combination. It combines also as an entrance vestibule. The driveway on one side, a frontage of
I Iii fight, golfers have been barred from and economy, two most es- entire plan layout Is direct and 45 feet would give good setting. I :.rouble-free service are built into this big, ,
' il factors In the design of the compact with not an Inch of spate Complete working plans and
I.
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.; cattle may graze there Similiar action American home. lost. specifications of this house may be -turdy, tough treaded tire by the world's larg- :

suggested on Florida roads.-P. E. B. in architects have, In the Three /good b..droomland a bath obtained for nominal sum from
o I the second floor, while on together with ample closets com- the Building Editor Refer to I'st and best known tire manufacturer.

Illustrated herewith, ob- talned both of these eHsentlul )louse A56.Clowlston.
Neither': the motor car manufacturers I

molasses have been able satisfactorily to best paved towns of its size in this .section of North -- .Vegetables grown In II 'olne in and get a price on your size PathI

tum, "I do not choose to run," but now an .-Times-Union. the rich muck land at the northern I

ing merchant has found that it just fits. o uvorllldl'lfor, northern markets I linrler.
; will be brought to an even higher i
Monitor. The call for bids for the paving of state road number standard as the result of the decision -

S Dt from the end of the Chiefland road ((11 paved Levy ,I 'of the Clewlston Vegetable

t Almost without exception Florida tax I highway) on into Cedar Keys will give to that pretty Growers', Association lint all local -
to :
produce be subjected gov- .
that state and county tax collections for the coast city its first paved inlet. The coming the Gulf 'I I oin merit inspection. It was announced ra.p.ppor -t

ber, 1927, were in excess of the collection Highway, a matter of two or three years, will give it hero Saturday by Anthony )|

a year ago. A sure sign that there is more second. This county hopes to have number sixty-seven bi'c'ii Lphner made president.by the local Application association has I I

tion.-Ocala Star.Congressman within three or four years. Soon after or at the same to ulJlllnteVvlth the Federated

sixty-seven and the Coastal Fruit and Vegetable drawers, and'
}-- 'r.'i" highways are completed Station
Seryice
of that organization Supreme
a representative
Lex Green recently! and Levy counties and the State should connect Is expected In Clewlston this

gress to give Florida twelve new federal and Chiefland with- a paved road. This would give week to close the contract 10.2 PHONE 83DFORD

other eleven are as much needed as the one (' road from the state line north of Jennings to St. Pet .

they are absolutely essential.- and should prove equally( as popular as the upper installed High recently Springs--at Traffic all paved signals road ,

Starke and Jacksonville can have Starke's i i Trail.-Gilchrist County News. Intersections High Springs. I

0( Everglades: New 40-gallon

Saw a fellow the other day who was so I chemical lire extinguisher placed II -
and Hamlet, N. C., and the signals In Everglades are house.
trust a rubber band around his pocketbook I Installed between Savannah, and i r.

give too much.-Dade City Banner. And we STARKE Baldwin via Jacksonville, give upon -
the Seaboard System' a total of :NOI'ICR
never wraps her small change in the I :. YRlti'lGO TOI .\Y (nearly GOO miles of automatic sig- '.

chief because she is afraid she will blow nals of the color-light type," he In the Judicial Clrrult Court circuit of, In the and Twentysixth for-
said. Hrarlford County, Florida. In Chancery -
Press. "- Davis of Arcadia spent ,
.
holidays In Starke with rlOla- Oeorire Heher Weller, I
o
wnvniru: l1l:OIIT Complainant. II
/ Indications throughout Florida's A. Ilesxent was In Jackson- For week of Dec 21 The Florld.i VH Land and Immigration I II

section are that the crop will not produce on biirtlm-ss l Friday. Date. Max Win. Preclp. Company 1,'efenditnts.firiler it corporation. et nix, I
Ie, II' n 6 6(1( T. ,r Nmlw by PiihllrnllonTfi
Jamie :Speer: of Muxville, 'I 4 I Ie
last year's harvest, according the 'report I Luther l I' Fuller. 1 Kmnm; I U. n
the week-end guest of Miss 'I. Itor. 11 il! 60 ..00Itr Fuller, .In men I'li'kles, Mary U. Hlx-
i agricultural statistician for the United 11 Alvarez 1(5( 75, 65 .52 log, Orntn M. KlHinK Mary Jane' 1iy
i: agriculture's bureau of agricultural : Marie Livingston lias as I flee 17 54 33 .00 M.Mixing]\HUlnK; Yrtunu, If nllve A. M.I and Young' : If dead stud l ', John.I the
Miss Martha Tyson, of !Dec. 18 61! 31 .01 unknown heirs| 'levlaers, 1..leat..H r Jz
Courier.
I and irrantoi'H of the Hah! Lull..r I'
Dec. 19 45 ,
39 .36 {huller. Kmmn: I I.II"r.. Jninen Pick
--0 : A. 11. Freeman has return- I Dec. 20 47 26 .00 1 des Murv I' losing, Oran M. Rising,
I Mary Jutif. IliHlmr Young, A. MYIIIIIIK I.
,
t f Railroads a visit to her son, Capf. Dpc.n: 27 .00 icon, John .M Illalntc. or either\
willspt'nd to
enormous sums ) Freeman, at Camp Wheel I lof them; anil to all )eittonn' havingor
their lines and ___ clnltnlnir, any Interests, In the fol-
g I along spend equally I Total rainfall for week .92 lowliiHT nrrihi'il lamlH shunts In
in service J. Pekle and family of Lake Note: Till week has been the Hradfortl I county, lo' <"J"ni' to-wlt.
any improvement necessary to I I Lots Hwn (7)) ; I I (8),
The I -, were visitors to Starke wettest and coldest of the winter' Block """, Lots Ten (10)), Klevvii
isting industry. strawberry crop of 1 I
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: \ Y ,
far southern parts of the state, is dwindling Lanirford spent Wednes ,. -- -

count of Florida's slow transportation Luke Butler with relatives. I
H.: J, and ieorge Rob \
I charges being unable to complete with of Lawtey were guests of COUNTY

? reasonable rates granted other states. In Starke Tuesday. h

l 0 W Hodges of Cotesvllle. ,
Is among the holiday visitors
While it is generally admitted that 'S t. BANK '

brought the good roads, or made them to S. S. Dowling Is spending ICfar'
In lirunlswlck. (ia.
sand was before, that isn't all that it has T. Quigley! wall a biidiuubs vis

$88,000,000 collected by Comptroller Ernest Jacksonville. Friday. .

( last ten years, slightly over $55,000,000 ).\! SHJVAI! '1 rI'IMfY i

car owner's purse. In other words, SYSTEM: EXTENDED: : :

'I I mobile license taxes in the state of : -' ,. ice r ,
color light automatic
s t years have sent fifty-five millions of \ Installed between Starke '

ward.-Plant City Enterprise Coleman now are complete ng
last section being put Into ser- t I II

o on November 15, It was an- afford County's Financial Stronghold
With the arrival of a big concrete (' yesterday In a circular ,
'V L. McMorrls general I
Dean & Yarborough will soon start pouring pas 'STARKE
agent Seaboard Air Line ,, FLORIDA
eral new streets to be paved in the city' of Over ninety-six:: miles of Jones Lumber & Supply Co. /4j ,

Telegraph says all streets included in the between these two cities !
la with the
supplied new
the rough grading completed, and of signals. 4

ahead of the machine to smooth and round ". color light automatic STARKE. FLORIDA j -

the program is completed, which includes \? I signal between Starke and
together with the signals -
thoroughfares in Bradford county's --
capital, between Richmond, Va.,


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