Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/01007
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 30, 1927
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:01007
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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b, ice December 12.I Solana --
-One of
10'If. I largest
of what changes have '
houses in
r.iI. South Florida
,. nor of prices of they I I completed
. reren tly.
styles will be
n.h.. Coral Gables- nulldlng/ permits
., louncoment stated un- Issued! here nn recent day totaled
3. $15.000.

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4)d.) Mary Launches Fashion of

':! Subscription:) -For Year, $1.50; Six Months. 75c-Payable in Advance E. S. Matthews Owner and PublishernIAKKK. Giving Clocks at Christmastide .

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'Income Tax orms Forestry Meet I Chevrolet Car NEW HIGHWAY Freezer of Berries

ram For 1927 Ni Yet In Jacksonville In Wreck Sunday BODY FORMED Net Grower $100

ft'Uiirko' Ready to Release The recently created State Occii|>iintn 1':141': <> !HvrlnuM Injury .lackHomllli'-Oi'iilii Short H tiltIiiaiiKuriitcd > "Buddy" Norman has received

i ----- I Board of Forestry, authorized by U'lien Itrokoii WliiM-1 1>lt<'lion I for TwcnlyMl returns from a shipment ot strawberries

I Peter It. Miller co 'ctor of In- nn act of the 1927 state legislature Oir X"1l1' ('I n'll.' : lie> Cut-off on KlaloItoiul niude to New York City

"! 1"ternal revenue, Has 1 at received will hold Its first regular; meeting i DM. during the past week the 80'llusrt|

was advice from the nurdnal u of Inter- I"f 1928 In Jacksonville early In The collapse ot a rear wheel on freezer netting him an even $100,

"of i Sar- Ilevenue nt \Vasl ngton that !, February, It was stated Friday by a .Chevrolet ('ur. driven by Joe Green Cove-Springs Dec. :24.-- or .25 a quart. Many of the

hip anil the lilank, income tu| forms for ,,3.' Bryan Jennings, president of Williams of Sampson City, resulted Organization of the Jacksonvllle- growers are continuing picking
morning1t..LI the year 1927 are n to be re- I I' the board. The exact date and In the car skidding off the wet berries. In spite of the heavy "
Ocala Highway; Association\ for the
:1 ('oln leased on January 1, Is has been place of the meeting will be an- road and landing upside down In of frosts of last woctk berries beliiKoffured
oarly development a new state
:;. ndlng ( done! In the past. I nounced later by the president. thu steep ditch near Alligator canal road In Starke every dny at fifty
through Clay county, reducing
oaaing be- A relea8e date h not yet I 1 Plans for future activities by the bridge late Sunday afternooon. rents a iiuurt. Some of the finest
; the distance between the two .
toll_ Hnganq' been decided upon, It will be | hoard will be made at the Feb- Williams was accompanied by a being; brought to Starke romu ..

Brought I dnly announced In th. eW8paler I ruary meeting;, which is expected companion, a resident of Palatku, cities! by at Penney twenty Farms miles last was week perfected from. the Hewers and NOWHOIU -.>) ...........'l>,

.Jt resident, Indlv"luals be attended whose name could not be ascertained. farms, located near Starke. ..\., ,, ... <<
All taxpayers, I I to by every member at a meeting of the Clay County "" "II<< -- ,#" ___ .....),f
shortly afr I ''of the the Both men were able to -- -
\ partnership. corporations. organization president
Chamber of Commerce. Arrange; LATKST: KVMN H IN n.UItIt:
.. place,1Parks who filed Incom ax returns ;' '.tate. In addition to the president crawl from beneath the wrecked
menu were made for a Joint committee '
; and for 1926 will r'c'elve ank forms |, other members of the board are: cur without assistance. of the new organization toprl81'nt

[4lT|ed to at.ln Cor 1927 a8 IlOon all 'ms are releaRed 'N. J. Wicker Coleman; A. A. Marks on the asphalt showed the
needs of the county to i
; ) Jones by the lJurl'a.. If Internal I Payne Panama City; E. W. Thorp the car skidded for u space of thirty the state roud department nt their I'nder a ruling of the attorney
/general, motor vehicles used forthe
was Revenue. The collec' 's offire atJack80nvllle DeFunlak Springs; ; and Simon F. feet or more before It got entirely
January quarterly meeting.It .
J be local hUll alr(> y preparl'd Williams, Jacksonville. out of control and went transportation' ot school children

intent and the formll for mallll and only : Invitations to attend this meet- down the embankment and over was announced by Simon to nnd from school under

.....,',:Monday awaits Inlltru'tlons r mailing'' Ing will be extended to the state turned. The remains of the battureit WIlllnniH. one of the governors I"'j I contract with school ofllclals may

::I!;'* them out. I I'I oresters of Georgia, Alabama and touring car wan pulled out the Jacksonville Motor flub, I' bo licensed nt the prlvuto 1 pasxenI -
the Htate nt the last session of the
Ker rule of fitly rents hundrt'.1wo1o1'ht
that Ha- The taxpayer8 who led returns' Louisiana, and to representatives by the wrecker from Smith's Ou- I pur
'I k-glHlature. had provided for the -Til In would to the
[the car. was' Inlorldl Cor the y 1926 are ot the Florida Forestry Association rage and towed In for repairs. / apply
building of highway from Or-j
trucks und bilges
tiaiv* rate o( uOllted not to wrl to the of- ; L. J. Hartman president of provided they
req POLK'K, ,\l\Il1t'I\\i; ('.: ango Park, through Mlddlehurg tui, are uHe.1 for no other purposonwhatsoever.
right lights I c'ollecto for blank the Euranla Lumber
flce of the Company, I
I Keystone Heights and that at ar'c'.lIt |!
.\M KIHK KQ.rir.MKNTH.VK : i iI ------0
oslt*) side olIB relit that known Len- A
forms. but may rllured nationally concern; -Soy your Clulntth
conference he had with of- -
ItKllIT OK W.\Y In order for un Individual who approached their
from see- their forms will be ecelved as thai Wyman: Starke. of the federal clocks tf you would present favor.
blockaa (>rmlB810n lfilbtalned to I forestry Hervlce\ and ot hers.I flclals at TalluliaHsoo he felt assured bus n contract' for transporting' Jtiour. Yulctlde girt homo"More clocks are In use in American
,,1Vas too' soon as p Howev If blank forester will be I One ot the most earless inconsiderate that the desires of the new school children, to obtain this fifty I Mio f nub Ion. than ever before yet tb. de
mall them. I state appointed mand for
tfarn into I and dangerous types of ly organized; body would be listened cents rate on trucks and busses, Englnnd started thewhen timepiece ha* never oeea
[pa fo.rmll are not recel within areallonable at the February meeting/ ot the greater Many women feel
motorist la the man or woman who to with favor by Chairman It will be for the motor she gnv. IWa tbt no
fonly partb release i room t
time afte he board .It is said. Sever(>111 applications completely furnished
falls to yield Immediate and full Fons Hathaway and other members vehicle to Christmas and taab0 wltbouf
owner support his a clock
tilde of the application Not
date Is announced, quest for will be considered at that I America only does a timepiece la
right-of-way to vehicles of the of the ntate road department. with affidavit Is followJrdlng every
an signed room
..d Hagal1qt1 make for
mid be addres8"d -
forms. All reqaests time, among them being requests to W. 8. greater efficiency
Other members of the Jacksonville Ha'll. for

lice and fire departments, and to by the the housewife
county superintendent ot
i breaking Clock out It add
to the Colle r of Internal from Aubrey Frlnk Ralford; A. Manufacturers materU
those of the hospital. This point Motor Club declared their public Instruction the ally to the tone of the
,.&fy making! Revenue, Jackson Ie, Florida.rsday. J. Burnham, Pade City, and Lester or chairman oerlcn. father room. A grand
t wheel. Th Willis. Jacksonville, for the Is made by Ralph Williams, sec organization was willing and anxious of the board ot school commissioners example ha* boosted living( or grandmother' clock in tile
of the Jacksonville Motor to Join In the program of clocks room u a touch tnat
dan wai position. These three filed writ retary stating that such vehicle la as Chrutmat article of furniture othet
!\.w.t.\ ten applicants with the board at Club, who declares that the AmerIcan the Jacksonvllle-Ocala highway being operated under contract with If." said Mr. Bay haJJ. chlm. kitchen can Imitate Floor

that. way tIn its organization meeting In Tallahassee Automobile Association, with association as the building of the the school officials and that It will hnvo been favorite and hip-bell clock mantel likewlM, nursery,

'7. Saraaoti December 13. which the local club ia affiliated, needed link through Clay county not be used for any purpose other a thday present aDd their dutlnct place*. Clock navo
has found that In communities would be eminently beneficial, not than for the growing trend to only tlm are not
many piece
transportation ot Due
:price arrjv' The board ,ilias received assurances tlve effect of clock tlmo aaver*.*
and i accom this type of driver is to be only to Clay county but to Duval school, children. Unless the application tlon but Th custom of laying It with
for of support from the Florida clock for clocks
>to Jackson.v.y Doyle Carlton, Idate found in increasing number. Alachua and every other county la supported by such affidavit .. have never ae Christina time. Mr. Bay declared
before ,
,| Oalnesvllle :bo
Forestry "
In the prim nest June.8poke come to *tac
"Selfishness on the highway through which the highway It will be necessary for the
of which B. Is president
In Starke I Thursday |
-1' ,__ L' __ L_" __, ; the J. D. Lacy Company, nat reaches no greater height than In be scheduled. applicant to pay the regular pri
UBA nignt, conducing 111 re-noiiuuy this particular practice" says Mr. The purpose of the appoint vate rate one each motor vehicle CAR WILLWORLD'S
'.fMS\:!(* tour of north and w Florida. J.It. ionally known lumber operators Will lama. "Always these publicvohl..les ment of a committee to confer with registered;
Moore mayor ofiawtey, introduced with offices in Jacksonville, and :
Jenatalsslonerr are on errands of mercy the state road department heads .

.. ,, Mr. Carlton the morn- other organizations throughout to save life and property. The at their January meeting, it was DKATH: OF 1\1ItM. A. PRU'i: SPEED RECORD

ot fensacolaIstance Ing meeting held at iwtey, and the state, the president- said. members ot the police and Ore departments said, was to request that body to

ot ap- Judge A. Z. Adklna p ided at the lr I'J XM";() IIKAI/TY-!MKN riding on such apparatus designate; and layout the routing Friends here received, the announcement

indiped miles meeting held in the e Ing at the TO ARKKHTKD:/ KI.NKU: are risking their lives willingly of the Clay county link of the death of Mrs.

if. whose area courthouse In Starke. presentatMr. iu order to save others, and the Whether U would, bit.m.ora..ad- Abrani Price with- deep .regret, an

l'Und whose audiences greet- Mr. Carlton Squads of Inspectors for the i motorist who falls to stop to allow vlsable for the state to follow the she had spent numbers of wlntera

p'tt per rent at both places, alluring his Florida Real Estate Commission free paBsage Is contributing enormously highway already paved from Orange In Starke nnd mado many warm

ountles are tay in Hampton dur the after- have left Orlando with Instructions and needlessly to this risk. Park to Jllllldl(>burg. thence friends.

Baker nay\ noon he made the ac ntance of to Investigate; and have arrested j: "If the Individual would but Mouth to Keystone Heights and Mrs. Price -died on December

play, Columilranibln. many of Its citizens. all persons operating without ponder the Irreparable damage; Melrose at the county's southern 1 I ho 18th. In Kingston./ Pa., at the

I Flap; Mr. Carlton spoke Tly at the brokers and 8ale mans registrattion ; that Huch heedlessness and selfishness boundary Hue or to cut diagonally home of her son. For the past

I en Gilchrlst ,gatherings; emphasis Home of certified((>R. The campaign/ Is on Ma part could cause and cross the county Is a matter Hint I Kcvoiiterii yearn. she has rome to

lines, JaekHon, the main planks of platform.One to bo state-wide according; to \\'al-I often does cause. It Is a certainty will bo laid before tb.. Htnte roud I Florida, for tha winter but for tho

,een Liberty, of these, lie stat before the I ler W. Hone, chairman of I he that the practice would rome to a department for consideration. j pant two yearn she was unable tobe

hcalooaa, Put- meeting;, was that a bile otflce'' mission who declared that all real summary end. This Is a type of With representatives of Ocula, jl 1 with us on account of increasing

It.- Johns, Sn- was a trust given the e elected] pHtate brokers or nalesmen operating ., ,,>/uhnn- thot. nnlv" In v..rv- Jacksonville and Clay county clt-il weakness brought; I about by her

ion, WHkulln. by the people. He s ; In Florida for the year ending I few Instances; ran be colled --I Iclilental. leA, who will go In a motorcade to i advanced age: she having reached

I;ton. "I believe that put office Is a September 30th, have received .' Municipal traffic regula- the January muvtlng ot the state lithe' eighty-third mlle-Hlono In the
Is what Its public trust and a tri. >ubllc officer and no-I the members of the | of life. She
da tice to renew registration: tlonxs are very pointed on road department I Journey wax a mem-
to term the is a servant of a le people had ample time to do so. right-of-way for police, fire and Chamber of Commerce and other 1 jber of the Presbyterian church

nectlon of the lie cannot be too wise learn and In instructions to the inspectors : hospital vehicles. They specify civic organizations will add their and while here was known for her

pproprlate be- 'slionld not bo so w< as to be !Mr. Rose said that It In not necessary that the private vehicle shall pull numbers.. .1 kindness and geueronlty. Although

Umatlc condl- misled ; he should plv; -adershlp' for an actual tmle ot real e8-1 to the curb and atop. It the Individual The Htntt road department will I afflicted for over forty years with

make It well not 'dictation', and ti 'counsel', tate to be made In order to come (car owner does not meet ; be asked to outline a plan whereby deafness lUll I the lust few yearn
essful prod IIC- not 'orders;' he shoul ither wisdom of the I heIR assist threatened with total 1 blindness
under the provisions registration this provision of the regulation, Clay county may materially was

itaplo crops. of from the minds i hearts of .law. but any person holdIng responsible for the resultant the state in Its program and request she was remarkably

ble of this see all people and trans this Into ; himself as a broker or sales mishap. them to survey and stake out cheerful and uncomplaining. She

the fact that the public fare thro his own man through; advertising or other "In many ot these clashes, the the location where In their opinion seemed to have the beautiful

as to grow on clear conscience mat Judgment wise must be registered so that excuse Is offered that the curb It would bo best to have the new trust expressed In the following

only the cropsnorthern and patriotic Rervlce the commission may have full information was crowded with parked cars and road built. lines by John d. Whittier:

altly Thu rsday's progra; inlsbed aspeaking In cases At alleged fraud that pulling over, consequently. .

) of the pro- very active and Inten or misrepresentation. According Impossible. This la not the rase. ,.,\K": IH'TI.KIt: TO IIAVKWATKItWOItKH ; I know not what the future hath

ly confined to campaign begun; by Carlton to the law the registration fee is One can pull over next to the line : HYSTK.MLake : Of marvel or aurprlse

,1-troplcal reg- early In November [Escamblacounty. $10 for brokers and $5 for sales of parked cars and stop there with Assured alone that life and death
He has been rklng his Butler Dec. 21. -The contract
men and the maximum punishment safety for the apparatus ot the Ilia mercy underlies.
II of 1925 show- way through; the uj tier ot for operating without proper departments concerned usually for the construction ot a waterworks

farm crops In counties since that < making registration Is 1509 fine or six uses the middle of the thoroughfare. and a sanitary sewerage; I know not where his Islands lift

141,451.651 ; an average of three fcches per months Imprisonment for individuals Literally, under no circumstances system was let by the city council Their fronded plams In air;

on was $175- day and visiting mandditlonal and $1000 fine for corpora IH there an excuse for Impeding on lust Friday night.: The bid of I only know I cannot drift

to say this to- points where upeechwere not tions. the progress of such a ve J. II. McCrnry Knglneerlng Corporation Beyond his love and care.
rge increase If made. .;very county Esrnm- hicle." for $112,500 was. accepted .

lien.ot bla to Duval has bi wlsltud. KX.TTIUo.Utl: ) :MKKTINXi: : and construction will be started :MARIUICn

the State's Representative audieet have l'UOH\I-! OK HTIIK.KT: IMVINU In the near future. Only durable

-wins product* greeted; the candidate H te tour The meeting; of the Executive and hlgh-quullty; materials will be Sunday evening at 7:30: o'clock

North Florida Is declared to be the n t stem- Hoard of the Woman's club will Two blocks ot the stree paving utilized In the work. This advancement Mr. William S. Dorsey nnd Mlxs

Ible below: atlc ever carried on thujtivn\ advance hold its regular meeting Wednes- beginning at the Intersection ot la deserving; of mention I Mary O. 1t; ivln both of (I, 1t"8-

lent;.. of the primary. lay Jan. 4th at 10 o'clock a. m. Water and Nona streets working us the standard of our community vllle, were united In marriage at ---

S\ per cent Mr. Carlton was acco P i-d hy >t the club house. All officers west to Church street then through will bo rained considerably I lie I parsonage by Hav. Knocli: Mar Pete In one rue,I

i 95 per cent Stafford Caldwell of jj kille, ire requested to be present. town to Tenth street, have been by the Installation of so great vin Rooka. The happy pair were ''imrntico on th p In
ent, who shared the Bpeakln plan ....\\IIfy nEI'SlltS laid. This brings the work up to a lIeee lllty. accompanied by Mr and Mrs. J. K.Tubervllle They will m highly us much Be Ford ha*
ler cent. with him and VV. C.Jasper. < II I of corner of Church and Nona. Operations who witnessed the Prevlclvnt of tin and the lUlvertlnod fnct hi* powerful. Migm

It per cent The candldat ted The lovely--country;;; home of on this paving were resumed NOT ICK beautiful ceremony. The double- iinapoll"tutz tlrivm.. cut to B minimum that vibration the ha* ClUeD
Proa outcome
| Thursday night for hi at yestorday, having been let -- ring service was used. Mr. and I thl'* speed of
and !Mrs. O. A. Gardiner was who eogorly ,
Judge The to be loaded with provisions still I Local awuited.
cent.p Tampa where he spendays. up on account of the holidays. cur Mrs. Honey will make their home their 'I automobile men Believe
tOil-I'I the scene of a family reunion and supplies by the New entry by the EOMX, that
In Gainesville. lumber Pontluc. ,
: Ckiiina.
t of Com Chrysler.
I Christmas: \ day. A bountiful turkey 1>.\''1'0 IIOMM! TOnE River Baptist Association for the let will OlclKinublle Chevrolet and

| '74 ,per.; cent \V. O. W. TO INSTALL OF I IHS dinner was served to the following DRMYKKKI: Arcadia Orphanage will be on siding TWO NKW HTOKKH: TO OPEN Automa.etion oa conrlcnn .- other atock make will give one Henry or two

Camp 138. Woodmen the : Mr. and Mrs. II. Austin, In Starke Jan. 6th and 7th on NO iu44 ''I'meet new offspring a good scar Defer the

par cent.l World, will Install their vly parents of Mrs. Gardiner; Mr. and The $36,000 street paving bonds ly. Revs. L. W. Klckllter and O. P. The building on the rorner of 'Jllin event or J* over. And possibly they

It elected oUlcera on the night m- Mrs. Z. J. Roberta and son Alton were signed up Wednesday and Raymond will receive your offerings Call and Walnut street, formerly the Tree for.leh j larly jmlrfht ta glr* It a good licking, portlcu-

ent\ uary 6th. All members ar ed Jefferson Roberts, and Mr.' and sent to New York to be delivered at the car near depot. Any occupied by Sam Rosenberg, la beIng one British "Faateit Four new DodK* car whose ooaac

nt.,ee.t. I II' to be present. The social It- !Mrs. W. S. Yelvlngton and son, I Jan. 2nd to the PlalnvIIle Trust thing that can be used in your converted! Into two store rooms I; will strive to I ISt I[I an acid test. In All America" rill gee
have something o nd William Oardlner Yelvlngton, of : PlalnvIIle, Conn. will be acceptable, record set oa have ear entered will
t tee will Company, own home by workmen, a partition being by 3c.,rave J I applied to th* American Auto
which you won't wish to m Hastings, children and grandchildren trults vegetables, syrup, meats, mobile Association
I, built down the center. It la understood Phla with his for proper
lit. sanc
J. W. Morgan k. ot Judge: and Mrs. Gardiner; STat.\WIUUICnH !MOVING what tion and the
t..ldedoll clothings: etc Bring you that Rosenberg will again red creation I I91m record new Ford car goe* on.
four generations. Other a* being
comprising have.2t. of the atorea while Campbell I j tn* Ottt to
one a eater
State occupy
f Event
l ,* Mr. J. H. Moore of Lawtey has No. 1
guests were; Mr and Mrs. Signed-Committee. hi* 500 h I wltn th* thrn-A
well as for the nt hardware firm ot Jacksonville ap
dlnc/rom Jack- tourists as proval.Th
Winkler and children and received $667.42, net receipts for Jckhart .
Austin with
:: '
olatkcre will of our home poeple, bund ot Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Jonea and children 713 quarts of strawberries. These "CAItU OITH..NKHWe will open-a branch store In the [h eJ peed ere- Un-day meet will p* one
tourlat a trip miles of territory about whl ry other. heir th* most ot
a I berrlen were shipped for several trlnl. for thrilling race Bests la bls-
*..B' portion little baa hitherto been de I growers ot Bradford county, from wish to express our sincere T1IRKH AUTOS a TANGLK week of Peb-I all tory. Thousand* of speed fan from
not .p to the known to our visitors. Thl fa- DENTIST LOCATKH IIERK section* of th* nountry fcav
a one quart up to twenty each.Tuesday thanka to the friends and neighbora ten the Chamber writ
or will be known aa if k Rure.iry of Commerce
..hlt1mown way will he shipped 400 quarta ot for their kindness and help An automobile belonging to Mr.Wlckham. for detail asking;
,..-1." hlghm Scenic Highway" and Dr. B. B. Carroll dentist announces berries. during the Illness and following Ford drov* how to get concerning the rate and:
driven by cutting there.
aloi a negro Th
trfin which ably extend entirely te the opening of his ofllce I This speaka well for the growers the death of our beloved Bister and out ot Thompson alreet on to on the" or. Coast Railway I la prepared. Florida to EosB:

III* frosB whose Quit Coast ot North Florlud i for the practice of general: den of the county. Even at this aunt Miss Kate Llvln :.ton. Also the highway at the Jan corner n a .ternnreconda. dal train to the meet and will run apo
behota; Menes otIty down the West Coast of U iInaula. the Andrews building Ae down th* ear! of carry
I I tlntry In early date In the season, the berries for the beautiful floral offerings. Sunday noon, rammed a passing on. Mr Ford Campbell LoctbarB
road when co e White,
.t buted to This formerly occupied by the Starke large and well-col Mra. O. C. Livingston! when they reach
are very Mr. and Hupmoblle car, throwing it against iHpete m them *. Tli Jackaonvlll -
1I ri IPerlSaps will not only help to rev ie Telephone Exchange, over J. W. well of famou Hotel Ormond
ored, as aa exceptional and daughters.Umatllla a Ford parked at the curbing. The one >1 bl* which 30 year
Florida ale *
AMWlean pecoat beauty of North Store. ago housed Ui
and Son *
White flavor.Starke. when *Ute>
MM of the charms of the "West Coaat twill e -New civla building Wlckham car had the front bump svunu Ford Vanderbilt Bruc Brown Henry

iw*.*..;ttie state link the remote sectlir Madison-Madison Lumber Co., -State "road 28 west of to be erected here on site of old er partly torn off, the Hupmoblle or at:,t.. par.con out of and th*other were' taking chunk

darajTOCtend trip our state as nothing else h4r planing mill begins operations. here nearing completion. Ice plant on Central avenue.ChlPleyCooperatiye bad a rear fender and wheel Ford ent wm ,ipeclal' automobile speed album will bold a.

to' rM*.cola.ItJom done making possible a mor'.- Madison--Cantract let for construction Mt. Dora-Number of new association smashed, while the Ford suffered Petition Nv I ind' Mr. L. R Johnston how la Ire aaJoa.
ot the of Sunday school. a smashed rear light: and fender. )me of thwn i ipnred' manager bul
Baptist constructed here.Okahumpka to Atlanta no
11\ the pres- plete appreciation J homea being ships carload of hogs expenne co make .
... blghwaytMIChar commonwealth than baa e"eitt Winter Haven-Building permits Bridge under construction markets.Penaacola OcnlaAnnual. meeting ot Florida ,compet down to It il' end delegate feel right at bom vtJtlaa;.|

Coast to our own people or oar Issued here during November over Helena Ran near -$50.000 Ice' plant State Chamber ot Commerce t* peak AI' P.ice *ntJu.:_ui rrom California,
nent ol the past. totaled U 1,8 00. II IIbere. tetioic New York and
... in "r tinder construction here. will be held tier* January 16-17. to autbor f tha '.:UJT! wUi 09 other on hanl.secuon-

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FARMER HURTIN Killed In'to Income Tax orms Forestry Meet -I Chevrolet Car NEW HIGHWAY Freezer of Berries

CRASH- DIES. Crash 1\ Train For 1927 N t Yet 1 In Jacksonville In Wreck SundayOcriiinntN BODY FORMED Net Grower $100

)o mml"\ (Criinfoiil Fort .$. ."IH..I elease
l'1.t't.J'IISlIrl..1 ('rossin? Ready to
i of "'t"rkt' 1': Serious
) at Lauicy S<-t.IU' .f Fe I ,'hJ..nt II The recently created State I''IH' Injury .1..kNII'u 1110.,1., Slinrt Itoulo "Buddy" Norman has received
1.1); Hul Board of Forestry authorized by %%'lmii ItrokcttVlit I>lt<'lira Ima.iigmirateul for Twenty returns. from a shipment of straw-

I JackBonvlIIorDec. 25.-Hlg/ head Peter 11. 1\Il1h"r co 'clor of internah an act of the 1927 state legislature/ ('''1' \enr ('''nlll. I Mllo rut-On nn Htiilo borrlea mode to New York City

nearly severed from his body In an J. L. JlR/an/ I, rt'venlle. has .t received will hold Its first regular/ meeting during the past week (the 80-iiart|

automobile crash on tho Jackson- killed and E. 11. I' IllIn asotil of Sarasota way- advice from the fur u of Jnter- of 1928 In Jacksonville early in The collapse of a rear( wheel ona l, IClMMl
Vllle-Lake City highway near Bald I suffered a'' and nab Revenue lit \'as ngtou that I. February; it was stated Friday by .Chevrolet car. driven, by Joe or $1.25 u quart. !Many of the
win In which four machines fig. other injuries S. .n hip I the blank Inl'ome tll forms for :'1. Bryan Jennings, president of Williams of Sampson. City. resulted C! Cove Springs Doc. 24.-- rowers are ('oIlUnnh.plt'khll(

ured late Thursday night/ Emmett lat 1 o''lock W1i1, 'Ir y morning Lincoln I the year 1927 are II to be re- the board. The exact date and In I lie car skidding off i Ito wet Organization) of tho JucksonvllleOcula i berries, III spite of limo heavy

Crawford, 22. truck farmer of sedan crashed lenseul on January 1. a bay been place of the meeting will be aii- road and landing upside down In Highway Association for the frosts. of hint" week berries being

Fort Myers, died at St. Luke Iraln 01 the rail L standing done In the past. I nou need later by the president, I (tIme sleep ditch near Alligator canal ourly development of a new Mate I offered In Starke every day nt fifty
hospital early rosKln between -I A release dale h, not yet Plans for future bridge late road through Clay rounty, reducing cents"
yesterday. Slarke and activities by the Sunday afternouonWllllaniH a niart., Some of the finest -
.. .._ .. ... .Inn IIngAn (the distance between the
...- two
> uuuy wall rorwnrded to Law. ,lied while he w, ; been decided IIpon It will be board will be made at the February was accompanied by a being brought; to Starke come
tey for Interment to ug brought' duly annonnceilin tht ewspnpers. meeting of rifles by twenty miles was por- from) time Bowers
Local arrange Starke by a J which Is expected companion, a resident 1'ulutku. and Newsom
ments were handled by the Sea- who reached the k resident, ,\11 taxplly(>r8, Inrlu ng Indlvld.lIal -| to be attended by every memberof whose! name could not be ascertained. I fi'i'ted at 1'enuey Farms last week farms located near Starke.
shole Funeral shortly after partnership, I at a m meeting\ of the t'lay Countyt'hiiinhrr .
parlors. the 'rash. !I. corporalions. the organization the president !. Both men were able to --
Several other was placed who tiled Ineom ax returns tale. In of Com nwr'e. LATKST: Kt'MMJ IN l IUfI.UUTn :
persona were the ('are ot Hr. addition to the president crawl from beneath the wrecked Arrllnl\'U-j
; slightly/ Injured In the crash Salllrdoy night I'arke and for 1928 will receive link forms ,' other members of the board are: cur without assistance. iiH'ntrtoro made for n SCHOOL Ill'SSKS:!

I A negro Is being' held In the Jacksonville ho". arried to a for 11127 as soon aR 'ms are re- N. J. Wicker Coleman: A. A. :Marks on the asphalt showed f Ill ittt'e of. I the new organization to I -

county Jail In connection with the nmbllianee. In Jones leased by the Bllrpa, .f Internal Payne, Panama City; E. W. Tborp the cur skidded for a space of thirty i. present lln, > needs of I the county III ,,) Under u ruling of the attorney

r affair. lie was said to have been Ilr"lllIred for Jlat' body was Hevenno. The collel' "a ofllre ILt DeFunlak Springs: and Simon F. fret or more before it /got the state roml, .department at their general motor vehicles. IIRod for

[ driving a machine which crashed undertaking t'sllment bU'a t the local and Jacksonville has aln' y prepared Williams, Jacksonville.Invitations tirely out of control and ell.// January '1IIUII"I'I I i l Iiitii't, lug. | I the I transportation of school. l'h 11.IIt't'1I .
Into another car the forms for malll and only It .vas ainioiiii, 11| by Simon to and from
proceeding toward was sent to nUsl to attend this meetIng down the embankment and school under
Jacksonville, causing I the pile-up. ltfternoon for 1.a., 1\lonllay awaits instructions r mailing will be extended to the state t II rued!. The remains of the battered Williams. one.. of I tin- governors 1"//1 contract with school officials may
burr I he Jacksonville. Motoi, (
lie told arresting officers that l'rice stated them out. oresters of Georgia/ Alabama and toiirlnx car was pulled out Club bo licensed lit I time private passenger ,
SIlt ;ay that Jlrt- i the Htiitti at I the last vesnlun. of
t the
lights of The taxpayers who led returns
approaching vehicles gnu, who was Louisiana and to representatives by the wrecker from Smith's (itt- rate of fifty cents per hundredweight.
blinded him.Crawford not driving at un0 anysVe the| car rate. wall ofspeed In Jo'iorida for the y 1926 are of the Florida Forestry Association ] rage mid towed In for repairs. legislature. had provlili'd for I the -This; would apply to the)

i la survived by his widow but that tUrKlt requested not to wrl to the of- ; L. J. Hartman president of -- l hullilliiK of. u highway from Or- i trucks and bussus provided they

Mrs. Ethel Crawford. and a of two cars on Ih.: | ] lights; lice of the colleclo for blank the Euranla Lumber Company, 1>( 1.1 rK. AMIU'i.t Sl'I': IIIIKU Park through Mlddlehui'K to 'nre" used for no other purposes
small oslte| aide of AND l-'llli: : : Keystone Heights and that at I',
daughter Marguerite; his 'the track forms but may rest ,sured that nationally known concern; Len- IQI'II'MI'NT n whatsoever.
j parents. Mr. and Mrs. Coleman I i the string preventm off from seeIng their formll will be erelved oalIoon thai Wyman. Starke. of the federal IIAVK; KK1IIT 01"! WAI roci-nt conference. ho had with of-I In order for an Individual who
Crawford Fort /I I ,II care blockIng aa permlllYlon I"btalned", 10 llululH at Tallahassee lie felt assured II.IH
Mye.rs: three sta the crossing j forestry service and others II contract for transporting|
ters, Ellen. Pearl and Bernice LuI'late for him to ,It was too mail them. Howev It blank I A state forester will be appointed One of the most. earless Inconsiderate that I / I the desires of lie nnwly 'school. children, to obtain this fifty .

cllle Crawford. Fort Myers, and the ditch. The d r11,,i J. a turn into forms are not recel within areasonable at the February meeting of the I and dangerous; types of organized body would be listened I cunts rate on trucks and hiinsnn.
two brothers ., only partly time arte he release motorist la the man or woman who to with favor ny cnatrmanFons It
George and Millard / I made the turn, tb side Of the board .It Is 11111<1. Severeal applications I will 1m' necessary for the motor
Crawford. also of Fort Myers. car being smashi'J! t date la announced, 'Quellt for I will he considered nt that fails to yield Immediate and full Hathaway and other members vehicle owner to support his application
.. and J1apan
; I vehicles of the of the state road department
crushed forms. All requests uld be ad- time them being rigirtof-way to police with
by the i;let among requests an affidavit signed
COUNTY JUDGE'S DOCKET out the wlnshlel.( breaking dressed to the CoJle r of Internal from ,Aubrey Frlnk, Kalford ; A. and fire departments and to Other members of the Jacksonville by the county superintendent of
>nd making Revenue, Jackson he. Florida.I those of the hospital. This point Motor Club declared their
kindling of the st'le'Ig wheel. The J. Burnham Dade City, and Lester -, public Instruction or the chairman
Everett Crews, operating car flat car struck bib' Wlllia, Jacksonville, for the la made by Ralph Williams, secretary organization was willing and anxious of the board of school commissioners .

l recklessly. Plead guilty. Fined partly derailed f |a sedan was Doyle Cant position. These three filed written of the Jacksonville Motor to Join in the program ol stating that such vehicle i In

$5.00 and costs. Both men werrf their to applicants with the board at Club, who declares that the American the Jacksonvllle-Ocala highway being operated under contract with

Mose Foose, open profanity. spend the hollda Sarasota way Here T Its organization meeting In Tallahassee Automobile Association, with association, as the building/ of the I I the school officials and that It will
Plead guilty. Fined $1.00 and with relatives. In Price rsday December 13. which the local club l is affiliated needed link through Clay county, not be used for any purpose other

costs. ed here late Satu and arrjv- The board has received assurances has found that In many communities would be eminently beneficial, not than for the transportation of

John Oillett, white boy 14, her husb to Jackson-accompanied Doyle Carlton Idate for of support from the Florida this type of driver is to be only to Clay county but to Duval,,,. school children. Unless the application .

guilty petit larceny. Given 3-year vllle. governor In the prim next June Forestry Association Gainesville found in Increasing number. Alachua and every other county Is supported by such affi

term In reform school. spoke In Starke J Thursday of which n. F.iWllllamson l la president "Selfishness on the highway/ through which the highway would. davit It will be necessary for the
Esau Bright, passing worthless NORTH llBy UDA I night, concluding hi re-hollday : the J. D. Lacy Company, nationally reaches no greater height than In be scheduled. applicant to pay the regular private .

I checks. Plead guilty. Fined nruof north and w FJorlda. ..1.ii. knowp lumber operators this particular practice" says Mr. The purpose of the appoint- rate one each motor vehicle

j $100.00 and costs or four months ( Nathan Mayj Commissioner I Moore mayor oqawtey, Introduced with offices in Jacksonville, alit! Williams. "Always these public ment of a committee to confer with registered.;

I In chain gang. of Agric (re.) Mr. Carlton the morning other organizations throughoutthe / vehicles are on errands of mercyto the state road department heads e

I Esau Bright, passing worthless Between the elf lot Pensacola / meeting/ held at wtey, and, state, the president said. save life and property. The at their January meeting It was I)I<:.\TIf OK SIRS. A. PRICK

( checks. Pleady guilty. Fined $50.- and Jacksonville I t. stance of approximately Judge A. Z. Adklns p ded at the members of the police and lire departments said, was to request that body to -

l 00 and costs or three months In fourilie ndred miles, meeting held In the e Ing at the UNMCKXHKU: HILl ITY M KV:: riding on such apparatus leslgnate\ and lay out the routing I Friends here received the announcement .

f chain: gang.ItKSOLUTIOVS_. thirty-four coil ... whnHA- area courthouse in Starke. preaentattlve TO UK AIIHKHTKI: ), Jo'ISI'U: t are risking their lives willingly / of tho Clay county link. of the death of Mrs.

; '-- aggregates 41. peijjf nt and whose audiences greet Mr. Carl- l In order to save others and tho Whether It would be .more. _advlsahlu Abraut Price wltli deep regret, an

COL. O.V DKATIIOK population aggrei 43 per cent ton at both places a luring his Squads of Inspectors for tho i j motorist who falls to stop to allow for I Ihe stata to follow the sire had spent numbers of winters

HTARKK C. I,. PEEK FROM of the entire. TI counties are stay In Hampton dun the afternoon Florida Heal Estate Commission free passage Is contributing enormously I highway already pnvud from Orange In Starke and made many warm

WOMAN'S ('I.rn as follows: Alan! Baker, Bay he made the ac Intance of have left Orlando with instruction i and needlessly to thla rink. Pnrk to J\lIddh.bllrK.l I hence friends..

Whereas. Bradford Calhotbla > Cloy, Columainbln. many of its citizens.Mr. ] to investigate and have arrested j "If iho Individual would but south t I'l' Keystrinn. I IMitlils t and I I Mrs. Pricedied on December

a valued Col. C. L. Peek was Dixie: Duvnl. ,' Flag- Carlton spoke 'fly at the I ill persona operating without 1 ponder the Irreparable damage Melrose at tho county's southern I thin 18th, In Kingston/ J>Il., at Ihe
loyal friend honorary member and l 1..1', Franklin: On en, Gllchrlst gatherings; ; emphasis Homo of brokers and salesmans. reglstrat-' I that such heedlcssness and selfishness boundary I Hue I or to iiit I ii diagonally I)( I I home of her son. For I the past

and his of Ihe'omoll'a Club Gulf, Hamilton I nes, Jackson the main planks of platform.efore Ion ,'erllll'nlI'lI.1 1 t The campaign Is :' Ito i 1 on his part could. cause, tind l cross I Iho county is. a matter I that ,seventeen years she has come to

an enthusiastic upon death we have lost Jefferson, La fay It .eon. Liberty One of these, he stat > the be state-wldo according '\'111ler often does cause It la u certainty will I In) laid In'timie' the male I road 'i Florida, for t lie winter but for the

, co-worker. and constructive Madison, Nassau : kaloosa, Put- meeting, was that a bile office 'V. Rose, hulrman of the commission t that the practice would come to a department i for consideration. [ pant two yours' she was unable to

Therefore be nam, Santa Rosa/ t. Johns, Su- was a trust /given thr e elected I who declared that all real summary end. Thin Is a type of With representatives' of fle'uln" i I be with un on account of Increasing -
That resolved : wan nee, Taylor. on."uklllla, by the people. He H estate brokers or salesmen operating Ktreut mishap that only. In very Jacksonville and C'luy county fit-1 I weakness brought/ about by her
we tender
family to his sorrowing Walton and Was! ton. "I believe that pill office la a In Florida for the year ending few I Instances can be called 'ac- I IldentaJ. u les 1 who will go In a motorcade to' advanced age, she having reachedthe
our sincere
pathy. love and sym This part of Fl "Ia la what its public trust. and a tri ubllc oifl September 30th, have received noc .' Municipal traffic n-gula- I the Juiiiuiry meeting/ of the claim eighty-third mllu-stono In the

Mrs. citizens are plea to term the ear Is a servant of a Ie people.lie tloe to renew registration and have tlonss are very pointed on the I road department, nictnlivrs of)t I the'' Journey of life. Hhe was a member -
Mrs. A. Z. Adklns "hog and homlm .ect ion of the cannot be too wlsi. learn and had ampin time to do HO. right-of-way for police, fire and I Chamber of Commerce and other i of the Presbyterian church

n. E. Knight I state. This title I pproprlate be- should not be HO w< as to be In Instructions to the Inspectors h hospital: vehicles. They specify civic i orKunl/.iitlom will I I I luld I their and while here was known for her

Mrs. I). C. Jones ,cause the soil ann Imatle conditions misled ; he should 1 nlv iadershlp'counsel'' Mr. Rose said that It la not necos- ''t I hat t the private vehicle shall pull n I U m li's. I klnd'noHS and generosity. Although

Starke, Fla. Dec. Committee. are such aso: make it well not 'dictation'. and t I sary for an actual I mile of real est/ to: tho curb and stop. It tho In- The state road department WIIII, afflicted for over forty yours withdemmfumctts
28th. 1927. I adapted to the m, ,late to be made In order to come illvldual! ) doea not moot oiilllno I i whereby ,
ssful produci.iwii not 'orders; he shou ithcr wls- < car owner I he iiHlieil to I a plan and the lust few yours
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DOM CJI\'KX: AWAY '-,. -IIIOSl- OI- II. itaple crops of dom from ills mind---... ..- .hAArl..f.--. .- -1. ,under) the provisions of the regist/ this provision of the regulation he (Clay: county may materially assist ,was threatened with total blindness .
the nation. The J'I ie of this sec. all people and trans this Into tratlon law, but any person holdIng Is responsible for the resultant I tho state In Its program and request she was remarkably

The beautiful Mama Doll on display -/ (ton take pride Ithe fact that the public fare thro his own himself as a broker or salesman mishap. (them' to survey and stake out: : cheerful and uncomplaining.. She

at Mitchell's Drug Store to be;, they are so sttuat las to grow on clear conscience, mat Judgmentspeaking through advertising. or otherwise "In many of these clashes. the,, the .locution where III their opinion I I seemed to have the beautiful

given to the writer of the best letter their own farms i only the cropsnorthern and patriotic service.Thursday's must. be registered so that excuse Is offered that the curb It would be best to have the new trust expressed In the following

to Santa Claus put in the Santa common to the m, ultl- progra Inlshed a the commission may have full information was crowded with parked cars and road built. lines by John G. Whittier:

Claus postofflce there was given to tildes but also n y of the products very active and Inten III cases At alleged fraud that pulling over, consequently, a
little Miss that are us Ity confined to or misrepresentation. According This la not the I.AliK< HI TIJOIt: TO IIAVIOWATKKWOKKM ': I know
Carmen Toole daughter ; campaign( begun; by Carlton Impossible. case. not what the future hath
of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Toole. the tropical and ilons. pi-tropical reg- early In November Encambla to the law the registration fee I 1 Is One can pull over next to the line : 141S'rI:3ibake :: Of marvel or surprise,

The three best letters choxen i county. He has been rklng his $10 for brokers and $5 for salesmen of parked cars and stop there with Assured alone that life and death
were written The State Cern [of 1925 RhowI and the maximum punishment for the of the huLler Dec. 24.-The contract -
by Vonda Inmu.. way through/ the u tier of safely apparatus His mercy underlies.I .
Clarice Gill and Carmen Toole. I Jed the valuation farm crops In'' counties since that < making for operating/ without proper departments concerned usually for the construction of a waterworks -

Upon drawing/ Carmen Toole North Florida to 't* $41,451,651 : an average of three fcchea per registration/ Is $500 fine or six uses the middle of the thoroughfare. and a sanitary sewerage know not where his Islands] lift

proved to be the winner of the the assessed vain on was $175- day and visiting mauddltlenal. months Imprisonment for Indlvl Literally, under no circumstances .system was let by the city councilon Thnlr fronded plama In air:
doll. 229189. Needlep";: o lay this total points where speech>were not duals and $1000 fine for corpora In there an excuse for impeding lust Friday night. The bid of I only know I cannot driftBeyond
would show a increase if made. Every i tlona. the of such J. II. MH'rury ICnKlnnurliig'; ; Corporation : -
rge county (i F. cum- progress a vehicle. his love and care.MAKItIRD .
is.INKS! TO o.osi I'; MONDAY based on present ,I/ ues. bin to Duval has \vlattnd.. KXKITTIVK: : : IMAHI. > MHKTINU: ." for $ I 1 :2.O0 was accepted e
The peroentaRi, ; .I of the State's Representative audltet have al'ltXIIIISS and construction. will be started :

The undersigned banks of Starke total of the fol Ing products greeted the candidate it le tour' The meeting of the Executive: : <>!"' HTKKKT: : IMVl.Mi III I the near future. Only durable

will be closed all day Monday, Jan- which come fron North Florida la declared to be the nt ,,1(>11I- toard, of (the Woman's club will and hlKh-'luullty materials will bqutilized I, Sunday evening/ 7 :30 o'clockMr. .
uary 2nd. 1928 In observance of are shown In the ble below : attc ever curried on thin ii n advance hold its regular meeting Wed neslay. Two blocks of the stri'O paving In the work. This advancement : William S. ))nrHPY and .Miss

New Year's day. Tobacco !97 pet f, lent:' of the primary Jan. 4th, at 10 o'clock beginning; at the Intersection of IH eh'Murvhllof lrlefltioui. Mary O. Davis. 'Oih of (luluesvllle -
a. mat
Hank of Starke. Fuller's Earth, ; IB per cent. Mr. Carlton was acco P ol hy the club house.. All officers Water and Nona streets, working as the standard of our ,'oml1Il1nllY were milted In marriage at

Brandford County Bank.II Sea Island Cot..U. 95 per cent. Stafford Caldwell of J. kille, are requested to be present. west to Church street then through will bo raised conslder- I lie parsonage by Uuv (";,1101'11Iar.!
Peanuts 94 pet nt. who shared the speak In p 'p illS town to Tenth street, have been ; ably by tho 1 Installation of so g remit I yin Hooks. The happy pair were

.12KLIIA: .\ Blueberries 90 er cent. with him and W. C. f I b< I of I..ti lIY ItKl'.MON: laid. This brings the work up to u necessity. accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. J. K.

Sweet Potatoes t. $ per cent. Jasper. The candldat ( ted I corner of Church and Nona. Operations .- Tubervllle, who witnessed the
Jacksonville, Dec. 24.-Funeral Oysters 80 pei cent ', Thursday. night for hi I at The lovely country home of on this paving were rn11 HTIC' ': beautiful I ceremony. The double-

bervioes for hazel 4 months old Satsumas 80 p cent.'. Tampa where he pen t 011 r Judge and Mrs. (I. A. Gardiner wall mod yesterday having been letup ring service was used. Mr. and
laughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hogs 75 per ce t. t. days. he scene of a family reunion on account of the holidays. The cur to be, loaded with provisions Mrs. Dorsey will make their home
and suppllea by the New
Hagar of 1023 Hast street who Oata 75 per ceii: ." S I Christmas day. A bountiful turkey S"TO III Gainesville.
ed AVINO: ()\f)! lOver Association for thArcadia linptlst
early Thursday W. O. W. TO INSTALL OFCamp
night In a hoI Sugar Cani syrf*! 74 POT cent. ItS dinner was served to the following a
hospital, were conducted at Irish Potatoes I I' per cent. 138, WoodmenWorld the I / : Mr. and Mrs. II. Austin, UK DEMVKItKIt: : Orphanage will be on sid- TWO NEW: HTORKS:! TO OVEN
I o'clock this l afternoon will Install their I Ielecte.1 ] lag In Starke Jan. 6th and 7th on
at the Corn 62 : t. ely parents of Mrs. Gardiner; Mr. and -
< .
per c
The $36.000 street paving bond ,. W. Klckllter and G. P.
aveslde at Sapp officers on the nllblD ly. Uovn. The building the
cemetery, near Poultry 67 per1 ant., 'I Mrs. Z. J. Roberts and son, Alton on corner of
Iford. Arrangements 6th. All members were signed up Wednesday and !Kaymond will receive your offerIng Cull
were con- Grapes 56 SL uary ar ed Jefferson Roberts and Mr. and and Walnut street formerly
fcted by the Seashole Funeral Dairy cattle per 55 r ILl' to be present. The social c It- Mrs. '''. S. Yelvlngton; and son, sent to New York to be delivered '* at the car near depot. Anything ,occupied by Sam Rosenberg, U being .
rlors. tee will have Jan. 2nd to the Plalnvllle Trust I that can be lined In your
something nd Gardiner converted Into two store
William rooms
Sheen 49 per cs.. .' t. .: Yelvlngton olHitaHnflrn.
Plums 47 at. which you won't wish to m ... .. .. children And un crrnnrl-nhll._ _..._ Company Plalnvllle Conn.HTItAWIIKItlllKS ,own home will be acceptable, by workmen, a partition being
per < w
MOORK-WOOD Honey 42 rj. t. !.r.Ji), I J. W. Morgan k. dren of Judge and Mrs. Gardiner; : : MOVINO fruits vegetables syrup, meats built down the center. It la un.

.Friends With the per com CeieUo.of State comprising four generations. Other nothings etc. Bring what you derstood that Rosenberg will again
of Cecil R Bradford Highway No. 1 lei 11 4ID.,1. Jack- tourist as well aa for the wit guests were: Mr. and Mra. Mr. J. II. Moore of Lnwtey, has have. occupy one of the stores, while a
pnty .
l. and Mrs. D. W.Moore son of sonvllle to PenilE,.,| :ola 'there will of our home poeple hund of Austin Winkler and children and received $687.42 net receipts for 2 I. Signed.-Committee.a hardware firm of Jacksonvillewill

resya, will learn with Moore of be available to l\ng\ tourist a trip I miles of territory about whl ry Mr. and Mra. L. O. Jones and chil 712 quarts of strawberries. These -CAItlt OF THANKS open' a branch store In the
Interest sees .. portion little has hitherto dren. berries for several other.
Jils i marriage; to Miss Opal Wood on which may bit I I beenjde were shipped
of as not .p to the I known to our visitors. ThBh- e of Bradford from a
|Newnan. Ga. The Florida which pa DENTIST LOCATKH hERE growers county We wish to express our sincere THREE: AUTOS! TANGLE
[ing taken place December ceremony present been thoreal| ..hl.lIa01lln: or I way will be known as thellf one quart up to twenty each. thanks to the friend. and neigh

ewnan 23, appreciated by tl.. .m. This. hlgh.jnntry Scenic Highway" and wll b- Dr. B. S. Carroll. Tuesday he shipped 400 quarts of bors for their kindness and help An automobile belonging to Mr.
announces -
llrs. Moore way traverses IB which i ably extend entirely aloJio berries. the illness and following(
Is the a < during Wlckham driven
attractive and iai I the opening of his office by a negro, cutting
limpllshed daughter are found many V Ills from whose I Oulf Coast of North Fiori d This speaks well for the !grow- tho death of our beloved sister and of
of Mr. J. for the practice of general dentistry out Thompson street on to
wood summits behold M nes of down the West Coast of thji- ers of the county. Even at this Kate Livingston. Also
of aunt Miss
one ,
[ Newnan. Ga., and Is may*. I J I In the Andrews building the highway at the Jail corner
aduate of the beauty not generi. |lly attributed to Insula. This road when c e early date In the season, the her- for the beautiful floral offerings.Mr. .
Cordele High formerly occupied by the Starke Sunday noon, rammed a passing
t. a low state like I rldsv"Perffaps will not only help to rev o Ties are very large and well-col- and Mra. a. C. Livingston
Exchange Hupmoblle car throwing It against
Telephone over J. W.
a Amertesn peo- beauty of North Florida a ored, as well as of exceptional
r. Moore very few of a and daughter
was born In Brad- tl1.al of thejws White and Son Store.MadisonMadison a Ford parked at the curbing. The
_jt aosm*
pie hare known charms of the "West Coas t I flavor. S
i county but for the past t* a Wlckbam car had the front bump
sev. most fa. the state will link the remote sectl e Umatllla-New civic building
I four
years has charming Lumber
held a responsible vlfc Co., Starke--State road 28 west of here site of old er partly torn off. the Hupmoblle
be |ils overland trip state as nothing else h. to be erected on
Itlon had r
with the S. A. L. In on t. planing mill begins operations. here had a rear fender and wheel
Clear- nearlug completion.
to Penaacola. Ice i plant Central avenue.CblpleyCooperatlye
from done making possible a rnor on
r. Jacksonville
Madison Cantract let for
} mashed the Ford suffereda
Mt. Dora-Number of
new association
the -
oa a presUnder of
plete appreciation the
r. and Mrs. Moore will construct i of Baptist Sunday school. tomes smashed rear light and fender.cala..Anuual .
be being constructed here.
to their friends at eDt time the .Utfor haa a highway commonwealth than has eve Winter Haven-Building permits I ships carload of hogs to Atlanta e
December In Clearwajafter which will frlngef( I[the Oalf Coast to our own people or our Issued here during November ] Okahumpka-Bridge under coni I i markets. ( meeting of Flor-
30th. .. of ruction over Helena Run near Pensacola. $50,000 Ice
and open for ttj """ .nJoinent, In the past. totaled $11,800. here. plant Ida State Chamber of Commerce
\ I under construction here. will be held hero January 18-17. .

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IMfiK': TW.) --- ......- --.- --. ._. ---_ .- ...- .... .. nt.\lWfjItH.-:- ('OtSTTI'.Bm: : : \I'll' SKKK FLORIDA _, _. ...._........_.._..., .._.L"__ .L.U..'.."....r...". .m._ ,
) 1' :17
Heniito In the primary of next Juno 'f.rIll of I the now yerir. It I I... conceded I.II I'nltod 8tut H Senator JohnV. ships and cne, othc' f -::co

Martin's Entry that lie chief, executive, I I could I I UHUJ., I- :Mount Dora-Chamber
wan considered I In olllclal circle I ,* Murtln, Turk Trammel! railroad commlsnlon. Those now KHtS ISM ot COt a.
not Ill rihli hiM term us governor I mares takes steps to lime
In Talliihnimee HU it move which II [ (;JovernorDoylo Curlton Sidney holding) : I hi, nftlccH. which will ha f, I"II.) Twelve' : uiuil ,I.?',ni"
ti dredged and
without declaring i MniHcIf as II i ('Jenretl
Helps To Clear will) result In II rapid ci""ifnll, .I- : .1. CattN.) C'linrleH llahieH \\' While. In ,t'i KiHirl'-t-M. ((14) 01 )''I'<8
Involved .
BIM: Secretary of State' It will be
(I cnnd'date.I or an out t of I lie race. In II Illnrkn I> K if su naglvable.
.. lie Amerl-
tlon of the, political lilt ualloll In A. Mc-Ki-11/.lo.: : John S. Taylor. "
; can Armt.Af'
I'" i w nt. I InfiH, <'l I that h', limnn hall H. Clay: Criiword." .. "denn" nf tile : ; II IClHlllK'H subI" lI"t..cIhi .
State Politics Florida.'i I Krnost Amos A. French pr5 ''1 C'lilS, ) a
Oomptrollur cabinet Jclin ,
J 1'iiiK l: been oniieetod with I tho comill ; r. LunliiK. Htutetreamirer M N I ....1.llInl 1 treiit- A IlK4-Mt of Iliu
I lie I
ii" ,i"i i n i 'U.' i ,M.i ,i" ,ii II I ,11'I < t Illl) S. Murtln.! 1 liid e\-onVlo Insti rIilii'e inent of H "I'r? ':\ I':.1 oua. u juiu Oj.little 11 J'litfe.t,\11, ,)f
WIIH not expected I ut IhiH llri '. ItWUH i I Two "unolllrlul" rumpalKnH' arc ,'olllmIKHlolI'r: U'. s. (Cawtlion I liave gl ; .'l:, ;( .; i-Kl, QtlHIon |II l :Neuritis |

: ; Tlie ,11I11111111"'n1l'111" (if iovernor; Hiippoxcd() I t that he would,I take r v nifir Mnrn''i: 1lllll1flOITII'IIt ) ,,1 luimvn to )IIf'( iiiiik-r way. III addition state supetliilendi'nt of puhllc, In- with wonil i.'II'II" + 114.' >li'3 !jii I Twenty-d). south Doyle E. Carhoi
li'.iveH the pwllMticket I 1 ; 1
- :: JohnV Martin 1 I t thai )IIP i wniilil) I, he no Hlep t toward uciialntliK(| I people pro ) to thoHe whoHo annoiincementH%) nlruction, 'iml Attorney I ilciicnilFred : itcrlptloniiitliliig ( .1Y"f (.J" ( 22)' Kimt; and .11I"U"11I18/I I /
j 'IP i' "n ii : IJP J tfollow i ixirt of Candlilate for (
a i ..in "I"1 I id't r",r the, "I'nlted Ktiiti-H" with) hiM Inteiillon iniill l 11 lie, I have been formally niodu., State I II. Cuvtx.: In t the rahlnet ; / fi, \'ott' # "'-... I I ofk iovernorDOYLE
ij .1 ,, 11),0"1) ,, : ) i : / ":2X) lIIall II Ifiiildrcs
SiMiaor .1 II IIWM I B. Stewart ofi JiiHtlceH L.V.. Sti' '. iii and ArinKtenil you will H'' V..wni.hlp -_ /
$\ wi-my-two' ((2:: A
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4 -- -- - -S '- S. i KeriiHiidlnii.I I told I I IheMKOl'llIle"! \ Urow: In I the Hiipreme court, )pout n I Will .,, ::. ,! t.i 'i: 1I..ln _

S POLICE GET HINTS ON HOW TO WALK CORRECTLY |I l>ri'KH that hI ci would I nhorlly I nn1 I and Mm. K r.. Kiitnn-ln: tile railroad Iiiiii I ( iisa. fA"') ;,",WJ il-:!';:; "I"I In ,lest."(l' '( K\Vll I '''1'11'1'! ) of 7tf". ===== i rile todil;r '

1 noniifi') IIH an 01'111)\11'111] | of Mr.AniiiH comtDRHlon. :Mrs. lOuton IH ... ,1:1.;: v 'V" i i. rnnitln, Itl-mkto, ,' ,
I 4'L I I liinilri'il' ,
and! I the name of \V. S. serviaghyppointinent.: ( ____ 'f.. ,.1J''' "ilth) Twit Iiglit,5: ll'i,-

Siii| : I I' k I 1111111. or Tn n>|)ia. luix lieeu : "- ...: S I I. I'hI",." -\\

011I11.. inly mentioned. IIH it |>onI I :\7.-j.;;:; 1'( ", ;:"c 'it\ I: Wtlllchupleli'd. S.i: *. &%\ //i If1'4i !:|'lBlll Il." ". ( ;SIlt\"Ih; ") fee'1', .t\"" 5II'I ,.

( -, i iliiivn .., "1:1":) ( ; 1''' '
O I! I'lindldntc*' fur the ollire of "'!J.t. .l I 1 Ih,' I eia.
I 11"--: ;; ? 1./? WII'III.H.'I./ : : / : III '
; '.1011"1' of uwrli' iiltiiro now '
in I 111 -
"UHII. known band ,, ..r..of" .:t II" 0"101" I II'I"'I! J til
I : I :.Vallum Mayo. liolh Sona- j lender. ) whn attked to name I the-- I'linl.i ( 1 ." Iii,.. II Ir.\. ..., t
'"'"''" 1,111 ,,f K'II\' I : ,'.., ,
I i'iSitwiirt. anil! M r. Spark IIIa II un> \ tune before i \- i
,I most popiilr now the 1''I '
II to IIHVI; ciiRimed/ In U hit of 1 American< (Ilhllo-, wnUI It wan "HnIwHiiiiee 111 /Klil. MyI'linia JJ;'Ii r!::i r..lvn.d'o.triii;! ; !; '\: l 1'1..111 ih.i1uJ.i-I' .i;i 1 I .

i tiipalKlilMK-' Itr' ". ThlH I -I..t l .\rhlg
wits written I < 'k j) ,_ ,,
I n \\". \Vai HOli. of MiamI who and 1>IJ"" -|I'd In I 85 1 by Stcphi-u 111', l'< li i'Ket.i !ft'--S' 1111'<111:;.. Mim I "

mi I'd ILK H randldati! for the I <(""lllns! !f'. .!|tr, niillior' of some ;innout. ) | > 'linn' / 1)11.111" oJ I IIf

i SI, hlll I Homo time UK" liatn. ".'". Inclilliifr!' "Old :
.. ,.4 ,
< \ | "My Old 1 Imttirky I llonie. ", ))1.) 'rll'o.bl'okj.
,.;;;..;r. ;:... 1
IIOK Tray..Ma-, : In I the (Cold. ..
,il nhnorvcrs. freely proS n I I fl / v..

< on the liasl of I Die un- I Cold ( rtlil i." "I,.. "HII WII I) mill'it uutijz" ,, ) { ;it ,

for varloiiH Htntn of- I var' orj'nnlly$ I I it 111)1,1 rt.ii. under" Is no n IhPILES I
ini'iitH" )
rJIIToI'Cn'1':1'4' .. I
,, ::: .., itt"
the title "The Old F.lks ntlldpio ,,,
., I I'. 'ittlY miido, the (irlmurluM! e ant If oIler I I
} ." 111lho/ fIrst v'HOII, of l'AZOUlN'ij: ;: jb..", way IIr by u.n,,'
.1 "ni" will ho the most 1 hotly Kvrry: ilrufTRii'
1 : ; Y i I ",1111 t tho II ".Iory of Plnrldn. tills ffimoi 8oim nliowH thaI the n rrolfiiiimir Ultnr innI, .I'll',.,,'. t I II lani .; :i.I\'T "n,'. ..

4 ; 1) j i he safely obHervoil that composer '.ed, Peedeo ,rlvor. I MH| or in tin htm, I Lit teddl1'leiii, 'I"1t".Un: j"" ,j., I

in-' Trammell, has been, a brother. :.VrrlHon.\ I to whom StepheiiH 1 ,

4 \ oft4 read hiM mliii U ilMerl pta. scene ,
S< $I i i nf the I'nltetl) HtaU'H soil I
$ I 1 ] i ,r neavly, 12: years nnd that MtiRceKtcd, 'ml' ) the word Stiwanneehe rlce rV. r- -- -- ;

I Is.4 ., 1)1) 'VOl. bopn liuatcn for of. HiiliKlIliod t t : I. he' bnvliiK n Hbort R.

S 5 S ; |I' may ill IMO lie pointed outCmcrnor time "f'\1 been looking over Ii > In'l\'h I I the .III.I'lll .1I ) 'aM I' I

I Is ; !Martin ilK never'i map of Ft Ida. Stephen lived tnIm i itiri-ii. i i't, pllol. "r;t. :In I 'h"unit,:T\\, l I.i; i

''"ivulcd, for ollire.\ and I that) S't i ypiitof I' BKC./ but (lo.|ille the. eery.til i.l Klllflt I Sun 11,01.,. .. Ill I'li.in." I E.:: CAIILTO' .

IIIII'IYO' of iln BIIIIBM he lived 'u !| i 'nlV Illl I' '
"i. ,ry j 111 the Rovarnnr'H\ race ,
'mnndy aimnhappy life. lie wrote I abllBlon Till' 1,: 1l.SliIH11'1! : 1 f
lei Ixlve..MI. ''I'he "I'I. 'I| '..Ia i : Xllci" $ "
: nf BrititlK'l Lire but ho was never ,"L'ttinpiiiM' .1 ; 7S I, / 'I'' "i, rtiiiikii" JIII i '
I I "' ,". gnu"|"|mmI
\ I I nnd) vIxoroiiH riiinpnltrnM : to
m "
(down Soul : n.ftllnlrr lit j ll,, :I .llx: | .i" I In i', \l""Kh proviHinnexniiil "
SS5 .ili-i'inly. 1 I I I lipliiK crtnductdd( ,! tiy t the itr > ,
"tUr 3 ,
1' 1.11'1" .. iifitli
---- i i / "" a lid I
Kiilierimtnrlal I ciiinliil.iti'H.I I ??I.,? '
; IM.ii' Fuller. Jail:i ..IIIP ; :::; .
; : ,
high' 11'1111--1\1111'11, biillillnprlnictli I''innia K.laiif: .f'? > lull lltr" till' i pni'l < I .1 ,II;
i i 'Ir. Tranimcll, and \i r. :Martin : intf. in .1111lilKlnw ) ; \ I,. .
excel.ii3' Iti.lie -
,..ll1 r..r, ta1o! tile Held oiirly .., .,. : I under' way here.For Venn.M. .i t IKislloi'K. I I and .Htoi k olrlorI -
iinliy : .
i" .: : I : KI-IHK.. '. "itUi.lsiio. (_ '11,..1:1:,:, :John: ,;; I I Next,; Issue anotlivr plank ,u uI r \r]
PROVIDENCE-Mnn'l oldest habit tlat of Chicago. snappy steps and brontho deeply. n.'M I ycnr..N'ewHpnperH. nnd: :: Ii '" '1 ,1 l Opfl1' ,lf il".ul. 'tin.11 Curllou'ti
Krnnf. L platform will
knows how to Walking makes you smarter and : of Florida, almost l Fnlli-r, I Kmm: ,, ; 1J" iPWHtpfll appi.n' t i fnIthlN
when 37 "Only one In fifty I' : :" ;
received B paradoxical Jolt ** \ 'ill Luthrr r l I'. space. ) 1'uld Polltk.il ,
healthier. Photo shows Dr. Wm M wliult, antlclpalliiK) I Ilio, I I IfM .M Iili,| | V I II.I.IIII' 1 I AIT.I | .
Dr. Scholl told the m n are [ flat .liinifM' I'U'k-
member of the Providence Police Department walk correctly. Scholl of Chicago giving a memberof >' .iiiiu" 1 i III'' v of "''11I1'4 A. Iliithnwiiy. fhafr11:111 Vtiimw' nnd' .1.1t'f P inlll"1"! : ::: *'I. J"Hl" f. I --
"Don't too out. Its tilnu.iiixmt 'd( i'i :
Incorrect Providence Providence force some
took their first lesion cops. tho : I 'UliK. A. .M.
: (if I tlui state road depurlmenlihln \ colds grip Hi.-in. IIU'' nake"nr.. 1(1'1)0 I : : ; 01' S \ I.l: I
the "! eitln-r
feet straight ties
correct through
walking under the direction olOr. harmful; keep your walking --- o
Wm. M. Bcholl noted foot ecicn- ahead cheat out. bund. up. take brink I lot .a treadmilLS 4A :- I i I I Im niivcriior's: \ rll" ", Mr,, I Ian I I jlrlve "_, .""In". Iht 1"t\11I1! t"l.{ I I 11,1-el.y I ","lIc,' IH RlVfll 1 lli.it" ilir'It.
1 I lint I I hnway however, conUnueH I .I.| flu take I l
--- and ,
---'- : ( I I ''e lei" Htlmte In hy virtue of that citinn,, i iileeleu tIiai.
'hut an lo Ills proHpectTve' iMiiidl ; "I'II1II1"IIKJ: !:'i.; : ln'-' : of foreeloHlire. tllllit. I Iv 'h,
d : '
( It"'I\K; \ ,
: 'JuilKi' of tile ZCth. Jndlci.,1 ,
Prizes IIII I'm
of E ) .
$5,000 ( S .> !lilacy'' and, dec 11 n on to advance nn>5 '; -- I ("'I I'I ( f.lmpa ( Id), Kleven: ,I mid. for I IrflIi lord. I'nuntv. pi 1 I J.. I

| iflldal:! Information upon which nil. I \.1 I Il'l'Ii, ((1.1): 1111,1 ,111. Hie Z'.lth day of ;I/.v.\/ |P l '";.
In liv : JtL 1 National ::1 A I I II' fliMIilM'li "t: "C": all of I In favor of Knnch arlillH) and m ij k i 'ti
hr nxidi'
,, i Radio Audition,, i li-nilc Klnlenionts may J'' (CU'IS ) HI' erin .1.! K. ami, ) i I., ''llrcvnrd I :: PropertleH, Iiieorn.i, .u m i I a
Another, proKpectlve "linetip"'or I .. '' III 'II. llu. town ufirpiirullon' I et a I., d.'feml; ,I I;::nm,: ; I"h
I \ :-; I .0).1) 'v
i I \ .. l" ".. : : :::, : | 'limit.l-Blitned' ? '
n Spuelnl ilmi '
1I.MI1S.| | Jo "III
From a field of 80.000 ainnlcut state I ticket next 'IU..d"1") 1"1.1'
the .
primary cafe
I offer for In front
A or
> .lllll\\' ,.II t ( I"" ml. x 1151,'i' th. ''Ib
Ringers throughout the country. Miss I 11,ii iii''" IH I Unit of A. S. 'Wells of Till- gjotabsS lion I Twenfd ) t, .tI '''' 111114, .T" I 111.1.' .t I ht fnurt I lliiiiMFlorida .- -, ..
: S ( ). Sol Is for I "WI I ) ,If HOe- ilurlnur tho legal h. m ie ,,,
\V. space
zimtiiistV. Phillips
I ,
)1II M" ( Biilu .
5 I )I. on Minlay Jan.l -'ml l 1" .
TmviiHhli to '
Agnes Davis of Denver and Wilbur (X'> KaHt; unlttt ..
of Lake C'lty. Mr. Phillips hnnl. I I .\ I Hurt, : required e I'WOIltY.tWiS m M I hluhitHl' nnil licHt MlI h
Ii MARK RR4.H '" S 'ihu ',,I"1,1\\'lnK I I dvHcrlbeil, ,"
Evans of Phlndt.lphln! / were given idv, aiinnuiicpd I hlnmelf I a c'It n- ler ( p-
: ," ,
I.12'l'l'OWiib I ,; entire house ; rda. 'trthwest qunr- 5''it nnd 1 Itciint In Hradtoi. ,
., the railroad cotntnlHHloiii !, 4H Klttrlila, to-wlt :
1.01. for weiity-clKht
place In the Nntlonnl Rndlo/ Audition "l'\\ 'iity-t wotll.iwM' ml an d
held! liy !Mr. I I ; : HIM the laundry I Mnnth ItllllKli Tln> KiiMt: half of Nnrlh ,i-l m | ._
'lie; office .
of the AtwAter Kent Foumln- i L II 191, roorll'l', ,- I I. dpHcrllted. IIH I ler II'i.i \orthennt quartet 'I l \
'MThe I latter I.... t tho /present I''I tr IIH\' )II at Ihe ;North-/ faMt iiuarter' of Sonthr-"t" m .. I ;
tlon. The linn In. pnrtlclpnted la by p I'tiuin' of the commlKsloii.' I.I I .N\Vil.I run, ;e of 40 feet t I ll0 ,uthwent 'iinil, Kn"t I bret-,1'.m.| I.t I.
I Rdiees the congestion I..!"i <1" '.-.I lOlinih :', ? 'Islam, iiinirt'.rDodyea0 liflf, of 10:111" htvem.titt! '.
Dvo yoiinit mpn Bncl five young In .1111111 Ion to the oillceH alreadvin Twn; B space but 1(0 1'1a1 1,''''" --I iiii'irler' II n.t Kant; hut & .
", (1, Florida voters will xoli", t I prevts complication <,', fl I I llH'llfl., With a ( ) feel Ih"ICcu! hOt .ni.iii.'iof' Northwi', i .1, ,>
women the winners respectively In and i L.I1I' ( Tills ) f / "-::1..11" 12"" \rl" lu'iint quarter In S" I.
w tIII'\ '' for four other riililnetx t tens recovery. I j li ll.-nt:, e Ntn: !' Ii l frontage of 1. Ultul-'Kn lliin.ired'' 1 1oubl '''\\'hll'' ) | 0. South. Itaniie l lleHH. .
their territorial numtlnrm./ were brond- two court jiidK-. I' eel. t III, the I ood setting. JT tlAa1':! Weetlon' HUB: right of way ef State' I llul I I .v ,y
I in' supreme ; t.
,:. 'II""''"' 1 Klhly I X'o. I ll: eontalnlnir I 110 a r
cnnt from New York over n CuRIO 01 ..,.\\I.rI'I. .. !lli'ftl! .!-II-.-,",,.-. -nn1itrK. ...* t' a d I"WiIiIitig. : i lee,. !
I Ii.. iiiiovtoiiHe J. U KI\XI'P': '
I I' be >
thirty stations extending from coast i may i1rdy,1 1 h.. hn"llIg, Snt M I .,
i r.
Arbiters ,
f r a mOllS PariStyles ::'t'n: ; } .t.I' aunt from 5- IIti ,.,j 011151'. hIs !j.:. :M. .ro II 10.'"; -

to coast III..)h",'" d"H"'" Refer to t'liili.t rur I he Solleitor for Coninlainmn? Ir
\ Extol of Penanent Wave I ,..1 fur I"'"'' t and : re h., Ii TI,cia ",.,.,,_ / 12-2-51-1. ::toIrI' r
A board of musical 1 Judges, Inclucl/ Beauty fontlnntM an. nlMl : r fntetd/ hiivlnw j,rnv- '
'\ I ; \\'. 'lIli.-:| l !IWtlltt I 'I".
Ing such authorities an Madame Louise 1.inlori'il i I Unit I t iesejorhertma | : \;, ;':'" m, .",' lam'
flofoniliintleH/ grown In I I IK.: It ,IH hereliymixl

Homer and Relmild Werrenrath lis .' .'tit'ltflii i :in tho. ilB'ti.I>,I-H": northern 'I 'e in 11. :nuinnd) fvtry: ; ,,::..fcinlitilntr I LANDI 1

ten..1In/ on the radio and graded/ the I Es :
rllii'd ,
i M' I In lu.fll|( markets Inl..r.//
I iii. ilio : I 1 leI. e.j".ho", I I I
ten voices while an audience estimated ) I :M.:; i'I int. ,coinpl,n: I: even higher i tI lI Ill I re.l I to linear,' ''I I SURVEYINGSubdividing
ii-v., A l> it of the de 101 hlll..r) ,'. .
at 30.000.000 tuned In the .
on i S'I ti.iid.iy. :
nl'/ Niilil: I Ilpo.! t1rt Vegl'lIibleIhnl e. ) .n-// !
The AM' .IH 'I i"i UK 1 the 01 h I Drainage
contest. prices went to the following tiiiM. orl' hat all lolUornlu. ", 0 :,

from widely scattered parts ol : :t; : -5 ;:;' ';:; '''I 'I''li ,!:: to gov- 1",( .'" .Kit Mil'llHlifil.' ( on'monron. : in:,nKt'lienil I Systems

the countiy. I I, itm-clt. I Was an.I '" l'lI / I clrcu'iinty .

First (3.000 each and two year :I;"Us-cut; Ive Wtlliv by Anthony 'S ,I'In'.'.:'' for, r\f'f';"'.\ ) Accurate Work 1 ,'

tuition-Miss Ouvls and Mr. Evans. \\' [l'i'N HSH:" i n icutlon has Morln ,i.ir, III .ii Iii ruin I H. E. Lagergren
"hi''I'tilll-t, Hi
Second. $3.000 each and one year S < ',"hol'. A. D association .'"ell" | .mil,I the NenI I "f
I Federatedowera aiHh day fll, U..
ultlon-Mlns Rmllln) Da Prato ol Ban :I I Stance Fla.

Yanclsco and Ted A Roy of Corvahi. -fEAL) nr and .1' f fly. AI.PICISMAN:, : I ,
"J t orgunlzawlston 1 c, Circuit" ,'"urt
Ore ,A" L1LA: LI PI ? Ct nnty. Klorlilii) / I
this l .,.
I r 11r.\'oI.: MclT KMdllT; ; 1,11'1 1-i
Third (1,000 each and one *
Sollultora fi'act.Gfr Deputy' I I'lerk.) !, crrnmcr.H:1n1l.mnw.rmt'rnJjJCJcD Il
lultlon) -Mlus Marie DronnrzyK 01! 2 >e 'r: '" IlL.Ur I, I''* ; )
Chicago and Ben P. DcLoache. Jr. otAshevllle. Pile signals i eol l2-23-Bt-l-2li) I ", COFFINS & CASKETSand

N. C. I I t _ )'t
paved road
I( a Full Line of
Fourth. (300 each Miss Marls 'S 4 a aLrrc ; iigs. I t'llI-' hi
1k l< ''ly of Porumnuth Nfl. and Hnruld .:. 4t\-gallon> i :. Undertakers' Supplies
mwe's I IS
Klank ol Flint. f, h : {her placed '= :: ).
: ; _
Fifth. (350 ench Alias Marie Bow 4 5 Tao.ChiC| .

B'nia' of Richmond and Llbero MlcheIvtt A. j-theater Kent (center) and/ tcnuicriati I / ;,, i.jt llali/ ,> 1 luilitnia, I..- Always .n hand. The best .srd'I
e .t th* 10.'" prl ... tipxHaltvnllnn ...
'> ef Onlventon.' Tex. Miu Janci Davis:; of Itr aver, and If'ilttur F.vani of PhiloJtluhia./ : ia.Tonic t. til'_irrapli .ril.ra.KECI8TERKU .
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Recommends S Mile Daily Walk Aboard Ship for Travelers 1"I1 Destroys M i| |III Ihn an.1 Twen.for I i'I UEVVITT C. JONES

Iii" I'I'I
Blood. Rem' Chan I b'd Germs in the i STARKE FLA.

Restores Hand :\t. i
...- I the Impurities ,
olIc'Erea.A ,
\_ k ( makes I .?! and Energy ",!Jf'r.'IjDt! : !i '

V ; I4N0 II 'S I It fortifies .IIH"l/rrnUon_'t )lila., '; I : -ja Cheeks Rosy. t--

/f Malaria and system against

J&IfEUQENE/ .-. lthlientlnitKmma,: t]. 1 \, '1011111. 60c. ColdsVhen '

C6Ad pry Ii. It).. 1.1
NO IKK: Of Mary Jane a -
'1' ( K ii ml John Iii
I S." if diMid., thu r I..ie' \'I'I.'i. FOIl I \ the air passages of th.'
\l I\11 'l.,1:4: :' | J I' Lullu-r,:i"giitlI'N: : n. 9t.I.I: : ) I Throat and Nose are inflnmirt
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'iiiioa from
I'kk n Cold, the inflnmmntic
NEW YORK When thoito. two fa- ntj'rimplnto feminine hair styles S I I ,,11. .11" % i.J :M. Ul lll.... 1 Ofrn' OIVBN.I That "
'mile Parlainns. M Polret dictator ol Tf'Kcnc' (whose perfection of I "_ I I. hi., tiled. tK. A. M.I..UIIIK ti li. lr.1,1. ., i ,,, r Tax will remain until the Cold is son 1
per- S ,III I!. S "i Ill,I 1n1"'I' itt, Iii .,f AUK., To work off tho Cold nnd tofortii,
R L 11, Ions. and M. Eugene ruler of the milt! "'Irnnks him arm. ns tin Ii, I ,. 1"n.' < .or. h't\'lnl',11 h..r i, II 'Ill.) In. myI the system I '
waves-the permanent waves of feminine i"v s gu |t artists all women OWl II I IIh I i h\\'. In I Ih.! flitH. (- I 81'1'l'.tm'f.r, lux. ,Influenza against Grip UH'\ .
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S II 'ltltii' StataFjye
cotnurcB/ ot course-met here rently gude situate in I 1 .1 ''I milfl'U'r I
I u 1/1\/ \
(' they waived all matters of apolItical > mei't") fashion's demand." Inter- lo-wlt. : Take*
i in' Hi..i.il'.r.P I ''i'lght: ( RI.'I > '", .11' i he. r"nJ.r. ,- !
nature to dtscuns. clothes and id EII., ne. "machines have Deer .North half ..V | ) rtiltiiiilud -
: ) i
<'Il 1 'trures filed, and methods developed. Ill X.irih luill1"1 I ,I' Tliln.) ti.-wlf. $
.5'l' .VttlthWritr I __ I ,itNi/; >,l" II 5'"' -t iiiartt| >r '
permanent said M Polret forming the
waves straightest hair into ,n,, !iiip' :. HIm I H.iitli. .,-1 '1'.11'', r I \
S ire n great achievement In the art 'moat natural of waves. Bo >ucul .", .u.' I I 111 icr). i H."tl"n 11'1 IBromoQuinTnck
:: rtrcBsmg. It Is erroneous to thlnK arc these developments that "I'll .1--, --111' ;jh.;, It" UK.'I. E".I. I
Hat hair tins become loss Importantthe dully curly hair nowadays when mull II") > lie 11.11111-rfnlilin ,,l B.'l; ,.f.itiil,, propertytptlflrnto I1abkIs7
smart ensemble because. tner .-rlv waved will react exactly like I "I..., said e UtnieU was I :
less ot It and oecaune It Is concealed rally curly hair Its curls will .! 'IM..I' i '',rilill 'II. Jones.,
after \\ ;I l.: "ue: thI .., 'lfleate Mhall. be ref
.... indoors by a hn t. The shorter the,ten a shampoo during a _
I \ .\. | to luw tax deed !j'.
,mr the more precious It becomes, or at the seashore and 11111'1\1 \
straighten I I H8| 2'! n on the' 3rd day M..W1
ind the more Important to a woman's in cold. dry weather. The latcsk Ltln! .. -: j II 1934F day It is easy to get rid of a Cold ,if

arm Waves that accentuate the jverles make It possible to wave I Clerk of eciiiibcr you don't neglect it too long. (!,,'

aural contours ot a woman s nearlld ever.growing new hair without J .\.I I I W ALriEIlMAV;/, a box of BRO IO QUININE.:: SO.) :
I give that so-sleek appearance toiIT ,rung the old. Special sachets and .''''''1I1t I l\iurt. Uraili i
coiffure/ .a.e as essential to thu.sectional heaters enable perma- 12.2.Gt.t-211:: __ II l'.unlv, I'll.rili3. this The box bears fff. f/ 1
'I I C A. :0.11111'.: denature i( ,.11. ..c'rot'Proven "-
irt women as correct .accessories.!C wavers to confine the artificial. 1 .I&',i''J-f" ,. ".puty Clerk. 1 lb
i night hair Is as passe. as oustles.1 lug process to the new Hirsute 'I -----1 11 Merit 1889aSay I
j since *1
ttflhlon. herself. has put the perma i Ith .r: \} \' (''' I
i .. Th. noar.l of .'w.' 5th
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Itrndford Coun I t. ,
''"''S'''" I .I' .III. i .. ? ,*. I''I celve bids on 0 uhllc Instruction of i'rF'ioi
Mrhonl desks. ri, 'si. ''. Florldn. will re.i .
Good Spot to Use Neglect. decks of the great liner each day during properly. Practice abdominal breath I JTh'"H\ROL;\ ; : ; two to nix' liP t i. hundruil and fifty it

the trip over and back. Ing. On cold days hold your breath: : WALLINSIANCE miry 2, 1 J7. f 'iltlnir 12 M In Monday sizes, from Jan. I with Flowers

ed Feet, Says Expert.NEW "1 would recommend brisk walking and take big steps. It will warm you' II. II. WinciINS 4 Flowers
around the deck four or live miles up." Secretary 1 ."f., W. KICKMTER.' For All

YORK-Walking aboard ship dally to those travelers who nnd time Dr. Scholl used a walk meter to tell I ?p.' r Chairman

.. recommended for the great Amer. hanging heavily on their bande." Dr. Just how hard he had walked. Be U 01*,: u-aa-at Occasions

ican public which annually traversesthe Soholl told reporters. "Coming back founder of the Illinois State Collegeof : STARKE. nil>.\ I WATCH YjIf ; I -

Atlantic .. an admirable opportunity I was amazed how readily my fellow Chiropody. Chicago. author ol H'll TflXfJfRf 1sUOI

to revive the now almost lost passengers took up the suggestion. many books on the human foot and nf'I'rI'Nf'nt" thn nest 1.f'.lIn".ur"nr.> Companies It'tt eoatedour. .. Gertrude Godbey

art of proper foot and leg nereis A WI conducted regular dally hikes president of the concern making the, If you hnv t I ; I
I LIFE: AHOBILE. BOND.,; LIABILITY 1 bilious take a .( ) your stomach I la
FinE ACCIDENT. Anderson
noted foot orthopedist of Chicago.Dr. around the ship. When walking toes "Dr. Scholl- line of foot comfort. kou'll feel belt.LANE.r'- headivhe.: 1 iF ymlumee Ida

Wm. U. Scholl -eturnlng from' a should be straight ahead, chest out. Photo shows Dr. Wm. y. Scholl. third ADJUSTMENTS, PKOMPTLT: j. 14100'lomorruw.. ,7ri tOnight; : I Bin

tour of Europe on the S. 8. Birenftarla bead up. and the arms allowed to from left with, a walking otaM &bgsgd, I II 1 I

Miked. elgn* s Hae _\lalla l fce ..l.g treel,. r.w- peepto ht.s hs toe BeNngarUwf5" '_ ...... .- .f- --s_, ._... ._., _,.,...... 'S PILLS Phone at Waldo. Fla.




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r ..... ... ,- general topic of thought and > onversatlou ,I to the curb at Jesnle' streit uni 1 ,1Il<'1I1. has been recommended 1 1 toi I .' plants since December 12. I I s a aone of 1 largest apartment

aniontf criminals and ,I,Tally rnnd avenue to rob In in of i ( '>MTiior John W. :Mai'I III us a snc- j No; derails ot what changes have j houses In South Florida' >'ompleted -

the criminally Inclined, us well us satchel said to have I thiMixiintls o f e .tor to Dr, A. A. Murplireu, au en made nor ot prices of the here recently. I

ir Newt of Florida in Short Paragraph! many others. |I dollars cash nnd! mm'h more li i ). .tele nt of tlio t'nlverslty of I .irlous body styles will bo available :I Corn! fiableH! Ilulldlnv permits

!, I j jSarasta checks luiordliift to /pol'i: e. in- .or ,1.1. It was nnnotiiued hero the announcement Hinted until Issued here on recent d.,)' totaled

-.- Flrn ielery glilpmunts eluded In Ihu lo.il wore, 'II ..<'Injl."i iciintalnlng ?: ,.i ...:} li.uliawaj', who Will ; January 3. $15,000.

.,. u.. 10 Hlaic'H loading eclucuti. _. -
of the soas ,m from" southwestcru a msli CiirlsliiMs, bonus -- ------
News I ,. hu tlino lit) nils -
Sta'te i. I' 10 111'11",1 .
Live Florida! ate 11\ lv. moving'to which Hal Ulllili. ow m-r of tin,3 .1, i.iud lieiul. is also u piob.ilili Qll c ; ,. ., Launches Fashion of
noithem markets f f.I Chl'llIl-1 iliiiln "groceiy s to run. was nlvliu; tniul.clato: fiir thu ciibernat- I

mas tiado. Never befi re has thu Ills employes. Sumo ot lliv honii'4 oriul c-luilr. Hathauiiy's accl- Giving Clocks at Christmastide .

1 vegetable: been raised this early money had I been dcllveird to ( hi i >,LIII /hud been kept secret his of1,1 -

TOLD BY OUR EXCHANGES I 10 Klverslde stores wliixe >'eterd.iv's a infoimlng callers thnl he uas _.1 I
for out o 1111111.hll'
In the season < sulos loniprlsed' I tlie loot. 'out of the city", Later It WWII I
___ ments. !Several carlo, aliendy !Mr. llltidi de .. make !aid that ho was confined to bed Ii
lintel. to ,
-' < a i
?; ...- ------- : have been shipped\ froi this community i
$ : :: ; I estimate of the. loss In round UsIIIVM th u seven.' titlark of Iiiflueti7.il
:Mi Itnney a
,, r.iii It. Brown ofu'jj.thls Qulncy--Kdward, and farmers in (prepailngto
? !\\jtTavaies ]Henry 1 but police have surmised tin t I b'li' his accident nnd thu case of
dty( vui on the Ill-fated nublarlne 21-year-old white man committedfMiiiUlo I harvest the majorll of their K 11 in must have boeu In the uelghI .. his onllneineiil was muilo known ,

S-4. according to advises in a local hotel here.' He crop by New; Years.. I or hood or In excess of $3,000 Iii 1 al ..mull. Thursday,
!Mrs. H. K. !Murhee I
ocelved by In mill /
had been employed a saw 1 a nil.
,ilm. A. IIa .
|kl bt grandpuri>nts Brown was onila miles south of (lull Icy. where | riant City-Tbut grim spectre
having served four Christie, former Orlam I n to mono
first enlistment, known us frost stretched\ Us fong
O..llInlo-A Christmas award ol[
when the S-4 took he was well thought of by employers suleHinuu heard 1 ,lillutihlnsnn ': Ira S.
lit two years 'jhlli' I $25,000 for the best novel sub I.y lingers clown Into the Iieail. oft
I liImprlMonment to life
associates. In a note sentence n '
fatal plunge.Tallahassee I iltted In n 1I01101l\\IIIOcont"Bt. wuiI 'ic .land of niinshlne nnd flowerscm

found! whlth he had \I"I"lIh'lI before :'' Jlnfortl. nl ChristIv tho"Ivas te prison found 1 I resented to Miss Kulheiliia MoT ruisilat. nmlii and liel'ore wltlldn '
farm, '
During the month taking! his life It wan discovered guilty by nn Ornnge ('odily giand ,:' I nut, Iliowu here Saturday by rep< ". .. ,UK nliiped! 1111111"0"1"111411'11\\-

(! November the state live stock I that he had become despondent. over i Jury Sunday of1 charti of crlm- esentalives of thu Woman's Home I hei. ., bloom. KiiKllsh; pc-ns tonia-

-nltary board. In 'cooperation,1th OI'I..n",, '! ( 'oinpanion and the John Day Tub'hsIiliiK toe and other \rget.ihlcs 11l..I.h'1
lovo affair! and! Intended, taking )' ntlll..klnp: 0 Y'11
the federal government dlpd a The Jllry, th Ihlrll I.) I companies, donors of the ln\'.id.nj' ; I.tun nnd ,.-" tosen
or Inwpotled 123, 38 cattle hick the life of the girl with whom Ih..llr Ihe ('080 merry. I Irbu. Miss llrown's novel cntltI'd t 'h lender flowers' and) plants, I

eradication work In Florida ho had become Inf.limited!. Ho/ faltered The orlgloal trial SIIW I rl,11e 11..11t"II,1 "The Father," dealing wltli sen i ho men'n i'y tn 27 decrees lit ,

AcordiiiK to the houid's monthly in his design nn ulrl's: life, to 1\1\ (' ; II r'l1l'1I 1111, 01'01.1'ed the life of Abraham Lincoln was the mint}' ugrlc': 'iiltural f.uincil' i .

Jhport. In the same months, 102 that i elected as tlio bust of upproxl- nUll ln>' moiniim, /: and' broiiKht" anarn .. ,.I
fnr"wI'llnoll' 'ollrt. ,
nnd stated In Ills hy the IIlale I.4l1pr..n I't'KIII'II J
nerds, or 864 cattle were found ,IeIIhl'rullnlt lately 1,100 manuscripts submitted. > cif healers Into aetlon' tlini- .
deprive \ In mlNtrlal. I' JIll') ,,'
diirk to
Infested, and 55,374 cuttle were life had! become too than .IL hOIl"II." The novel will bi publishednext out the1 city and c'oiintiyslile. Tenipcratine ,
which he
Quarantined, to be held for systematic another of that 01 year. didn't rlso much\ during I IWcdnc'Ml.iy

treatment. could not return. anil the dark
TJmllll1.nral: :(><1 h IUHe thl'Y
I wor.. IIrunl.,1, only m w..k or I Key: \\'OlltComplelll1K one ol iin n liroughi Ice to standing/ wa'i

,i ForI Uatidordnle< -Seven per- !\1ll1ml-ThQllllnntl.. of fluttering (,hrl..III1I1" holltlllY 111111 II of twn, I'of 'the most thrilling and hazardous 11'1'! .mil r. h-avlc-r frost, than onTne '

Ons narrowly escaped death just smoky lights: from ..mll'he' pots. over ,,, (. .. Plant IIIh!: hooI11l'1'<'. I I'dvcntnres, of modern times the night 1'tio mercinydfo "

fore noon Saturday ut Pompano the citrus! nnd truck crowing; 1'all.11 hy II /111':" of 11'114. W'II I I Ion first automobile ever to come into : i'il to :Js: deureea/ nt the ulll'I '

.ear here when the Dixie flyor ..(Ions of south nnd central\ Florida lit rlka Thllrll.II1)'. ,'aI"I'1I of Key I West from I the mainland nn- (" ,'1 i : m"Il..I'r: al the county ugr' '

outhbonml, ploughed l through the l Wednesday night: "gnve notice" the 1'111'111011" ..tn
dan automobile of J. O. Meekln that the "growers were making; a <' ,,11'lkel'l! IIl1mh'...... 2ftll. hut .dand city Saturday with Claude .-

,loranaila, throwing,; the occupants determined stand between their Mlltoll \\'. ('a..olh..,'" I'rll1l'1I'al, Molan Jacksonville sportsman lithe Chevrolet'] To |

Bore than 30 fuel Jeanette KickPghter tender plants nnd the onslaught: "II hI ollly IIIIollt 60 l<.ft ...Ir (']11"8OK. I, wheel.. He was accompanied
1C suffered a fractured of King,; \Vlnter Only OliO official Inform.,1 thllt 0 lI"'lnollInrd .1 y ICen Goodxon. Leaving the ov-
II lave A New Car
ikull and l Meeklns daughter, Oph- reportof serious! daman In the //111<1 "....ItI",1, 10 ant th..monly rseu, highway; nt lower Matoruml ti
severly shaken up. cold snap whldi last night set a l' I HIP automobile traveled the
.Ia. was record in the city of Mluml ,!II" w'k val'llo th. IIln11tll PHILADELPHIA, your Clitlstma approached their present favor.
10-yenr tracks" of Florida K.isi: > 0,1 t nmvay Ready By Jan
The Hlatemaketlng h"'omo 11I Miami. A brother officially was avniable 11(>1 off Iho lI..hool'.. fire Drill 11)11I'm. The distance w.inudeeml; i bo strictly cle rlgticur Yuletlde gift* homes thnn ever before, yet tha demand -
r ead for fourteen years by Ilrit- ; bureau in Jacksonvillenld nnd Hl'verul of tl l<'a
.' .:;:Iah war department records, and I that BO to HO per icnt of the ,, '''' for Iho 11001'11. rrllll'll'alCllroth..rH was made/ In 14 and a half ::1"/1 In I'roilni. ... i.: c-r luce- Queen Mary of Fnttland started the greater, Many women feel that no

'; tbe i last surviving member of her trmk crops nt \Helle Olndes. three heat th'n t It. howev'r lours, running time. Dee.J| >, SII. > M I'liHlilentIviiilsnn. I CUll tom last year when' she gnve wny room I* completely furnUhed without
which the miles south of I.nko Okcecliobee, 9 seventy clocks at Chrlntmns and loan a clock. Not only doe a timepiece la
>,._jilly, Will the Rift; 100'k11 the e ..
,,jCnrlstmns' season' brought; to Mrs.i was killed. Unofficial reports, however RIIlI Tallahassee/ Dr. Foils A. lliitliiway ____. I''lonabla society. In America I..* following ever, room mnk tor greater efficiency
( her lead to W S for the houaewlfe cut It adds matert*
according Hays
the damage wua considerable Th' Chevrolet division of thnf
Llntliiciim of Mliiaunl. snld chairman( of the State llfi.idi '
'"I>Y'or.h'y'i 11 .IIOS0 Iho .
Rverrlnd .la'kMonvllIo-Ban< secretary of the Clock Manufacturer ally to the tone of the room A grand
brother .. throughout" tlie ; ;eiiernl :Motors c'oi poratlon, chlc-f ,
She has not seen the I IIII\'IU..llt.\ while bliiK In Ills
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day b..foro Chrllltml1" I stu/lo: IL Association of America. father or grandmother' clock ID in*)
Lbat the reunion has been to all Intents s district, The truck loss. In major holtl-llp wh..n tI ('rowlled t lome with two broken libs. nits corn pel 11 or of HIP Korcl, Motor\ Co" "Her majoaty'a. examplo has boosted. living room la a touch that no other

[. acc-ompllHlied by means ofielegrams the Okeechobee section, north of the IllItOl11ohlle of J. Cherry.I"ibout, the head l, nnd I bruises HUHalned will bring I out n "complete new the popularity of clock na ChrlatmaaKlfta article of furniture can Imitate Floor

to and from Toronto the lake, was roughly estimated at Blilch Hed Jo"ront stm ('ollt''or.' t In a recent atiloinoblle ueAN line of curs" on Jan. IK|. It was tremendoualy," said Mr Hay hall, chime, kitchen mantel nursery
nada. 25 per cent. I I .unionneed 1 by W. S. Kiidson, president "For yenrn clock havo been favorite and ahlp-bell clock likewise Daw

I cif tho Chevrolet company. wedding and birthday present and their dlatlnct place Clock an not

f Oov. John W. riidiictlou. of HID now model. !MrKiidt'on tliore hna been a growing; trend to only time piece but time ..ve..."
Tallahassee utllim the decorative effect of clock The custom of laying It with clack
art In has accepted an Invitation 1 mi Id lias lioon under way 'n Interior decoration but clock for at Chrlatmaa time. Mr, Hay declared,

;, be the principal speker at the In the company'sarlnns assuiiih I Chrlatmua present* have never before bILl coma to stat "

travelling; of the Olustee montint -
at Lake City In
) ,
Y.J.' emory ot soldiers ot the Conf..lIHaCY SAYS AMERICAN STOCK CAR WILL

,' who died In the battle oftssL

, ; 'Ollistc.'e. The unveiling; will take YET TAKE WORLD'S SPEED RECORD,

""/ 'place on Janiiaiy 18. An extellijtaite -

:' 1 program is being arranged.


, ./? ,\ : ; rt. The 'Klorldan," Flor-
t* iidr Kant CoiiBt ptisHenger train was

! .4 .yed s\ hours when one car
ii! derailed here early Friday. No
: 1i\'W"\
jS loOD.) wainjured.. The mull car

''immediately behind the engluuIfj'wa

-i di id! \\ hen the engine "ran

ot ,niiomutlc .signal and
,.. ..tll1 in
Mf topped 'II," h. in time I tooicnnei ,

,!:*.JI,.' PI" '" '\ ,i .iccoiclliw to the

,, en'lm',' .
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: .: .Peusac'nl.i UORS! made It so hut

1 ,} : for a re'en I prohibition Invi ttlgatpart -

.\ ill tinnoilhwesii "rn par,

'"; Sont.i i
I 11D. in'.it it in good 1 time. <*.

whll tin L-aiiinc-s. vlc'lously

: .. ,tin,' \l-'edcrul. oIllierH One
i ,
Ot the UK 'ntH remained stationedtalooh
wateh the "... .
1' : i l'< 1",111110
; \t\ .
'ClaplnK mnoiishliiers.
'WJlnt., i ,''i, >., incof operations! t. .. ',".f' .i

\ "\ i d to wield ail axe to t. 1j.
& :
the dogs
elf tiom
rotecl him (
1; .
\ Bradenton Clarence Turnerjjl .

\ <..;native of llruilenton, and for-

, \ HlaV Lee county deputy sheriff was
: I,I ,''instantly killed Thursday night
" Whea his automobile crashed into

: 7a.. lumber tnuk on the Tamlnml I

: Trail .south of'Hraclenton. Two '
; \ilIl.e.a ot lumber loaded on the

, ". ttruo1i, .' were driven through the
! :frame of Turner's machine/ one of

, .tllem'ru..blnlt; bin skull nnd the

I f other tractnring, \ : his left arm. He"Was

I j ,/. dead when motorists reached
'hielde I
', ,
rtf Ftft&S'DufSfNiafrfCrnlliei rtoI* y MIL-TV* flinty **fi3> .
; c'r !* 'c / /<
ttMadlHtln The tobacco f'lI'nwl's1'PrMadIHIIII ..>m- T->-l>.i.-f - < i lllllly are bard at

'! s timereparlng| tholr. Ducscnhcrg iml. I'orJ Kntcr Car, I ccutlvo* ever to compete In out. rn infoimatlon, do bultci man TO

nntd'beds for tlui 10:!!8 crop. Indlcatlon for will rnnko their appcnrnncc rh, in p, h. In n* much a* Ford hu*
nil Racing Cl.iinic at bench for thl event will
'io\t point to an tin'reasv '" Iglily advertised Ml* powerful .pngm
) i.liKlu' Fred MOHCOVICR, I'realilunl ol i iStutK ) ..
mid tho fact that vibration
lirlitlit tobuc-co I In I tin- Ormotul D.ijtona llcncli.ORMONU nna ooen
,: elt acreaK': Motor of Indliinupolta. clrivi
0 cut to a minimum the outcome of
county many of the smnUfer" fill'merll' .DAYTON A BEACH. Fla u high xpcccJ atock "ftutz cur MUuamnlivrg '" >( this Hpc-cd teat I la cngorly awaited.

> bold, whltf- and negro" who I -Fred a, Uue onljcrg, ruinous sutu and othrri who illllawolt I Local automobile mt-n behove Chub
have ( no i pumtecl befon, are try- motive engineer onU DulUIrr of niicli acccptnnco of their entry' by tho IHt.ex.: Poutlac Dodtjo Chryalor

'j lac It toi n' vt 1 year It has provento speed racing curs who will drive hilt the Dnytona-Dciich Chamber ot commerce. I Oldnmoblle Chevrolet and one or two
be a good cash crop to many new arock car In tho Qcnilomcn'* Hie entlra meet will ba conducted other utock make will givo Henry'
fllirl' race" on the funioun Ormnnd-Duytoiiu under tho American Automobile new offspring a good score bcforo tha
and growers have made a very .3JCOAID I "'" "'.". .iA
what they sold for this A. Beach Specdwuy during the celebration Aimocliitlon' Sanction No 1U44Perhap meet I la over. And poaatbly they
price> on 611 o( the 3311) anniversary of rncIrg .* the moot thrilling event ot 'might give It a good licking particularly

,, \.eaioa.ls I 1 on that beach In February the meet will bo tho true (oral the new Dodge car wtio oonc
: ;'*' !ls W(' predicts tliut un American "tocic apced trlnla In which one Urirlnhnntl "Faatet Four In America' will' HOI
'I'a1laha"H'e--The state game car will yet brculc tho world I two American core will atrive to I''an acid teat. All car entered will
J' { IIOMI': inclosing with sash! and HI ,, ho obtained/ \ for a nominal sum '
..4 'fre"h water flnh department JN:: <;IINII TVi'K: peed record of :voi m. p. h break the 303 rn. p h. record Bet on have applied to the American Auto
,.;I noic''has: available for free dlstrlnbutton and u small rear porch from tlie miUdlng/ editor. Refer to Mr Diionenlierg has already entered this. bench last March by !ycgrav: J I I'mobile Aaaoclatlon for proper nc'tlon -

): maps showing! the exact loatlona ( Hy K. C. Hunter A Hro. Arclits. I A large open fireplace I II Ivlded I, House II-A as.I hit stock cur In the meet and in a'' M White of Philadelphia with hi* :' and the new Ford car goe on

t ot all game breeding New Y.rk.) In the living room op letter to Frunk Plorson, Hecretory ot l. OO h. p. trl-motorttcl creation record aa being the flrat to enter
: by the stater'WUd The English tyiu house. mar- the entrance from the hall : the Daytona Uuuch Chamber of Commerce "Trlplnx Cnpt. Malcolm Campbell Event No. 1 with the tnrea-A ap
grovnds established I n.flIUII.l'I.S tlJ: who la promoting the muecny Brltlan apced ace with hi''a 600 to p proval.
rounded with w II planned 1 garden pleasing Impression to 01terlnc
a "
The maps
commission. and
: life : "I bfllove that Major BlueMrd Frank Lockhart with a
Ideal pictureof The kitchen and 1 I Th ten-day meet will be ono of
set gives one at I']
section !
considerable world aclnntincally built hlvh
upt-ed record of apeed ereatlon -
a Tullahass M Fla. Dec. 22.- -" x- a 203 m p h the moat thrilling race neata In history.
f ;'. for breeding: In west Florida what comes tr>m good house ore completely equipped A periments In citrus imcan and 1 tung ruts over a menaured mile will be will all make their trio I. for Thousand of speed fan from
from design good bullilng and proper trance at grade to the inside broken within the mnrk during the week ol lebruury
I small dota ot territory oil groves In north Florida are bnInf a your, and J alto believe all aectlon of the .*ountry hava writ
work t In thoroughly IItlll.lmlnal"8. \ the nsiiu It will bo broken 18th.
portion landscape by n
the northeast ten the Chamber of Commorc
to :? consld'eil 1 by Allen fl.i Van- liking
\ 'rJ'OlII' the northeast! down to the satisfying In ever) particular. side steps with a resultant .i note of N< w Jersey the Florida 1 a tack BtocK cvr Thcrs ot u now being Mated / ford C'lIr In Stm 11....... for details concerning tha rmce and
section of the mainland The exterior teslgns of the In cost. car ordinary pl ton dla- Twenty year ago Henry Ford drov.. how to get there. The Florida EaaoCoaat !:
oiuern Slate Chamber of Commerce ban placement
'mx> and
.i> sprinkling ot1'1i. house are simple it full of char- Three bed rooms a bath an weight that develop his now fumou 0no"" un the Or.mondDII'tona Railway I IS prepared to run apodal
.. there Is a generous; i iidvlsed, 1 thu state department of almost 400 h. p. Ihu motor In ILl
.. i acter. Note the uausual detail ofI pie closet space are provld'" regular chuanls. Beach at a 'terrificnpced" train to the meet and will carry
'lM grounds.r. agriculture. carefully itroam -a mllo In : down the of
All bed j I aecond Ac- car Campbell Locahartand
\ / ,Tarn paFlorida's new "Bau- i I the entrance porchThe the second floor. I' Viuinote 1,10; slate chamber ad- lined should bring the world' ipcecl cording to Frank Pier:..".. Mr Ford White when they reach Jacksonville
"'m" law providing mandatory plans are well arranged have abundant light and cron vised. l Is 8te kinK data on the land I j record back to the United Stttct I hoe been Invited to compete In theOentlemen's The famou Hotel Ormond
for habitual crlm- without toss of sitce, thereby effecting Illation I There will be five epeed event ink race which 30 boWled
the elite
\ iu*) >Bentences nil fertilization sources of young driving one o! hi* year ago
I i>iMl/ the mOAt effective lesrlsla'Uon economy In building by A cellar Is provided undeij trees and markets. Ila ing place from February 19th to February new Ford car*. when Vanderbilt Bruce Brown. Henry
': deterrent to crime ever giving the most ivallable floor entire house with laundry, h .: as a make an extensive
1. Investment iftin race for itock
\ statute books of Florida pace for the moiuy expended. and other rooms. car wiling for tI l 000 tlculnrly Event No. t for..*: can I out of the apeed album will nold o
l : pvtlnto the officials here. On the first ther are a living The house measure- 33 I conditions warrant it was s nd under tock car "Belling front ,illlnfi under 91 OOO the Ford r.: will i imere ,special automobile ahow In It* aajon. ,'
of I 11000 12 000
the opinion mated. to and a for
; In race dock ,
with plenty of H- I Bnd Mr L R Johnaton. manager La*
competition '
t':' Since) the life term was imposed room, entrance hril.I dining room across the front, thus a fifty _..._ __ I car* irllmg lor 12000 and over Event I lei than four make *om* ol them ipitred no experue to mak vlaltlna;}
m'o* a man In criminal court aeveral kitchen pantry aid the required lot would give a good setting. BVB. CMTO new telephones No 4 will be a Gentlemen S race jpen .8-cyllnder model will compel A '1 U icid deli-iiate feel right at home 1
the closets. aUo a lage: living porcRthat Complete working: plan* I Installed In only to amateur driver,
new this piloting
jR'ka ago the flrat time city within past itock Ford car. tripped down to it* I p.icr enthu*_.. :rom California.Oriioil .
: convenient for thin hnn \ t tack car*. Jt I* expected that the I.,, '
wall Invoked it has been a la arro.uKefor( specifications e 1 ;! months, hauls and tunned to It* peak. per.Iforinanc I Mew York and other sectionit
t.. t argeit contingent of automobile ex- I will, according to author-1, tha utry wlU DO on b"r.
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I Kerr 1 Is I Ranta-n..becclI.. Stanley; Recitation church Friday evening

MartiiHel .141 . ;I the waves of a mighty flood of ,,stone spending Heights h.r< flr-i hiss' winter Donna! In Florida i -Morgan Lee; A Christmas! L. R. Denmark wan a business
\ :Message Luella Cunningham visitor to Jacksonville
: and, Keyntono Tuesday
i r The program was arranged with I this year Drill
and Opal r.llsseu Wreath
In having ;
loiniiiulo' \ Mrs. Arthur
Indeed Crews of
ciI such variation and so full of spicethat Heights: In Batten Halford,
Church Services Recitation Sidney -
It wax most stirring service h-r lontf.l. i're.I Miss Kerr Primary; pent Christmas day here the guest

J> Atone ,i trily remarkable ; He'ltaUon-Orover Batten); of her father D. U. Browning
bit tiresome. poose-seg
and not the least ?
j S4 S'Aa' 4. . time near the opening(, the dram.itlc girt and Intends to train Why Do Hells for Christmas lUng Mr. and Afro O. J, Philips were
I The : -Corul liners and Rosemary We 1-
IllPTIST Rev. :Mr. Wallace, recently from fur the Chait.iUd'ia: platform. 'sengerber Christmas Lullaby .tailing friends at Theressa Sun

The .r Canada, stepped forward and read following l< Tue day' night's pro-
Primary girls; Miss Sprlgglns day.Mr.
John W Aa I Rev.( n.> P. Raymond, pastor ) the scripture dealing with the grum : The Census Man- John Perry and and Mrs. W. II. N'ormuu:

'..Htnll'l\ I Phone 29 Sunday si'bool ut 10 a. m., J. K.Kickllter i birth of Christ. At another time fLuxe Songs Dorothy Jenkins; A Twelfth Night were shopping In Jacksonville

\ Hupt. I Rev I.. W. Kickllter led, the congregation (a) Ultll __ Sunnders.b Warty-Entire grammar grades; Wednesday
New Year's sermon at 11 a.m, In a fervent and eloquentIprayer. ( ) Th Wind Is Hc'ltatioll-Jomes Joyner; Recitation Mr. and Mrs Wm. Strlugfellow
IN...mc I.\I. P.UITV: I Diutrlbiitlon ot Kirtn from CllI'IHt-1 the i Short addresses were delivered left
by pastor. -.\I'dllhlIderllon; Song-All and children of Pulatka, spent the
POUPROVIDE mUll tree by Santo: Vlallll.lIenedhlIolI l Kveulng worship with spoon by the pastors Itev. G. P. (Ic/ Thi Little Old Olll'delllie" -
The Christmas Star-Primary ; holidays here with Mrs. Strlnn-
Members of the younger set enlerlulned tr.) Tucker. Raymond of the Baptist church III.
music at 7:3o: : ) p. m. Reel
H.latlon-Ann Shrylock; fellow's parents. Mr.\ and Mra. M.
with a party at the clubhouse \ .-, It. Y. 1'. Unions will meet ut spoke poetically and most hvuutlI Mrs Pierce.) tullon Frederick Dodd; ReclfAitioii D. Carter.

I Tuesday In houor of I huso .\SSl'\I. iti-roiT: ( HI!' \\0- 6:111: :,(> p. m. "I fully on "The First Christmas" Indian Songs ot
home for the holidays., liiuicliiK :I.'H (.....U and Itev. K.: M. Rooks spoke with (la) tle) :.Moon Logan. -Dorothy ; Dr. K. L. nigga of Starke. wits a

and piano and vtctrola 011111((: wan Pino l/evol 11113.1 1st. (.h......'h bloiiueiici ami Inspiration,! on"Christmas (b) B! tho( Water of Mlnnetnka Christmas Lost Time Christmas-Three primary Kve-A) professional visitor here Monday.
girls on
enjoyed during the evening at thu of and Song." while nr.II -Lleurance.c ; Lewis Strickland and Blmer. ,
!Mrs (I. M. Inmaii prenldent Pastor Raymond wll preach on I school I
:\ the high
play in 3 nets by ; ;;
9 clime of which Unlit refreshments tho Woman's Club of Sturko und, Saturday, morning at 11 1\, m., follow"d A. Tinker of tho Presbyterian, ( ) Filleu Leaf Logan Hel.ltaollo'ralll's\ Cadman. Marguerite of Plant City, were 0 0I

$ wore served Chaperoning\ thl party Mrs. JciHepliliin \Vyninn, Hecrelary by conference" service and church came In on the closing ad.dCI'IIII ( bl: rs. Pierce.) I the guests of relatives here during -
Mrs. Herbert C. force on 'rho Hour III the HenchDunnii Mr. and Mrs. V. Walker and the Christmas holiday
Mr. mud with great A Hall
were of tho
Mood the following story also on {l>Sunday at 3 p, m. All art i
It was'dourly family of Worthen GU.. drove to : Mr. and Mrs Dave Denmark
hitch tivities of the (club same was 11-1 Invited to attend the New Year, Influence of Clnlslman. KIT.;:" at
_-6 at the Suction: Klvu meeting service. Keen by those near by that She l't\'ddrs' Her :Nose-Donna' Keystone Heights! Saturday to Jacksonville were visiting relatives ,
HI'I.Uill'fIoTI.: :.1.ltl'ltISI': the holidays visiting friends here last week
thin orator stepped spend I
III OniiiK" Park I November.l : : i 0 I when young Kerr. '
3.5%n'rv I :MinilODISTSunday I: forward and I lull, both hands ;C'III'O Spiritual: / o

Our club's first largo; IIndel.tak-j| +across the pulpit, that things had (n ) Jeep Rl\er. Ilurlelgh.b here.Mr.. and, Mrs. Cnnova of been POLITICALAnnouncements:
given Wednesdiiy for the 1927! (
A surprise party was IIIK year
inoriilnxut Letter be cleared away or I that ( ) ,oln' Ilobe- -'John felt Cove Springs Mr. und Mrs. Anderson
Itrad- school Sunday !
evening lit I Ilia home of Mr. up u sperl.il edition to the 1, I
there would not only be. fire from 1 die Scott. and daughter, of Cross City,
and Mro. \\'. H. Muiuly. Jr.. whore ford County Telegraph from whir h lu:0i:: ) ('cluck. K.: K.: 1'erryhid ,
I within bill from without ni (Ic) 111111'0. und Mrs. Belle DnvU of Green !
Part of t this nion-
now located, at the lOiistmnnhomo. : wo luared $100. Hllpl. WI'II'1
|I lined to purchase a velvet Worship Sunday at 11 11, m. ami 80 the candles were iulckly Mrs. Pierce. 'ove Springs, were In J Keystone
I the pulpit where theyburned A Mov: Fiin: Donna Kerr.Spring r TAX
window iti.tains.and 7:3(1: ( m.Junior ped( from Heights; :Monday calling on friends. FOIl COI.LF-.CTOH
Turing lh, evening: KIIIIICH wcrit stage "curtiiln.i: p. Havingbeen
urged by frlondinnd
already my
so near his Songa.: :Mr. and Mrs. Panghorn
Clyde ,
s enjoyed und music wu nnilslieil' beautiful run for tlio library League. Sunday afternoon reeling that I am duly qualifier), '
at 2:30: : o'clock.HlKliLeiiKUu\ elbows lest there should I be ( a ) lo Answer Terry of Mcudvllle, I'a., arrived In Keystone 1 hereby announce myself a can by 11 vlctrolu. Our election. of olllcera\" wan. held against his Clover Hi-own- date for OWce of County Tax Col
hot tallow splashed b I'ur-leaf ( .
Lute In the evening Mrll. Mendaiislsled in May and limlullallon in Jun, Sunday' afternoon I beautiful I ) Heights Monday' 0. 20, to I lector for Bradford County. Florida. 1
fair and lovely n(" ks ot the ell.I.c subject to the Democratic
k spend I the of the Primary
Ahernathy i at !1:00 o'clock.\ remained winter
Mis Inez: healthdepartment
by month "rlay our
In HIM the choir justIn next June.
Senior : !League SundayevenliiK ladles III'lIlplln ( ) 1o SWlllloWII'OW'II.IIIrs. with their !Donald.Mr. ,"
nerved her KHUHU with Unlit refreshment sponsored a May day I Kpuorth Dr. Tuckerdid son W 13. TORODE.I .
closed ; lit I 1\! :.fu o'clock. front. lOvlilently. Pierce. : and Mrs. Win. .1. Ewing and
proKrum and our yeur was MldVeek KI'rvlcp"dn.luy, not need either the light or ;hiss artliu Sue Bro( k. of laughter Ruth hereby announce myself' a cumll-
to thin affair were: the Rogers Mr. John
TlioHo Invited very miccetiKfully, and new these burning tapers.an In Keystone I f Tax Collector:
7iO: o'clockSunday the heat of Jacknonvle llottser. Mr. ot113rndtn 10 County
MlHHOH. f.iIM'I'honut14fuaMlis MueDennett MiiKgeHted In her doslim evening ut : and Mrs. C. II. Clark I xollclt the
1 ICIIzuhcth Kendrltk 1 president 'ncli member onjoy Is the first day of 192fAll !* I the removal of them did not Heights 'ednesday., Dec 21. lespend Mr. and Mr. and, :Mrs. W. H. pg.den ) support of the voters of tho County,
Ln-I remarks that ( the II r'for chill him In any degree, but his C I till mas ut the home of I and If elected promise the tall hri'
6 It of these services" urn und family and the Rev.
GI'IU.'tV..I., and
llun Hun-fool Ir..ul vacation during; the Hiimmerrnonllm Hsrharife of the duties of said disc barged sweepIng Mr. and !lire
mind unit soul uuntind undo.
Let make flee.
amiMessrs. this New us Mrs. I K. I n.
Guest mill Inez' Ahernuthy' I and bu ready to do active year Mowry were entertained -
Aubrey I'eiinoy. John Powell I club work In the fall and winter. tliem, the best we have ever h1.I flames of fire continuously I II Wm. Pie'e. at dinner at the home of Mr. C. A. KNIGHT

Orlo WlgKliiH: Lloyd and IitUItch Canon everybody, ('om... You nh.ill I ,during Hie few momeuln that ho 11: r, HA. C'oper came to Keystone and Mrs K. 1', Caughey on Monday ----
1111'1"1111" was held I In I II
01'11. CalllH Manning J. C. Our first : meal with a most cordial' welmmvKii ... 'spoke.I. HtthtH Wednesday from !Dec. 26. Jal'k"ullville'ork brgnnpaving

\ Sleimis" and John October, ut which tin Informal reception I Or. Tucker presided. over the Orlando, > upend a few days with I Silver street from 10th st.
Onrlll'r.'It. ) to the fncnlty of the Hnid-, > 'IU-I': : j ) Mrs Wallace directed the! community Christmas party
I TisTiiitiHr.i.H' meeting. his wife id two sons, before going northward. to 161h.JtrkRlnvllll1l1l1dlng.
1JaKa 11.____61I''I'lIu"lioI'I' ford County I Huh School was held. I (hair. Mrs F. H. Long; presided, at on to :Mulvllle.! Pa. to Join his i was held ut Keystone luu Monday I : permitsIncited
: Tho school committee planned, 1 to :\ D. K. Knight evening Pec.: 25. :Much fun and
('HKIST.M.ttSKUVK Ibe piano, s. Robert. here, for first 11 months or
$ : eldest (I i.
received a look after this upkeep of the sihool.linlldlnn I The Baptist Sunday: school bai I organizer and platform I created by the exchange of ten
Tit I.:!: : I1.: was this year rench $12.000.000 mark
Larson, who It attending -
members ol durliiK the your and cooperate their' tree Saturday, evening In th Mrs. L. \\'. Wallacef Wesli cent gifts; and Mrs. E. A. Smith
[ manager" Plant City :New Fire alarm
t with with, the teuoluM's' und auditorium of tho church. Th und others St 0)11 at DeLuncl. IK spendIng lead the guests In a number of sy
partment and solo
A Christmas tree upnron- sang a lovely tern here. completed and in full
correct wall exercises were held lit tlioMethodlHt ''xchool olllrlnl.f I In every way pos'slhle. tree Itself was an extraurge, redn: Hung solo parts while all though' Iho ollI.IYs I I, with Iris brother. songs.; Toward the close of (the erntlon. op

M Ante and made a beautiful sight wltl, J. K.: Rica, of Keystone Heights. evening coffee and, .sandwiches
Pr. rlmrcli Friday, evening:, taking less conspicuous parts on .
under the llrertlou of Mm. I... A.David. I I Our finance committee bas already its. trimming of snow nil elvclrh,- the program, looked just an lovely I Tho Intuit Chrlstinatf enter- were served. '
linlits. tainniet !given by I the Keystoneileights'uhilly Phillip 1\\. Cadman arrived, In '0'1'111': OPI.": I'KIIKOX: .
Prize.From by the to that the $2.- sweetlyI .
HONKS were sung proven us and saiiK just us heldThni'stlaevening .'110.1':11'1"Tu :
A short program; of songs am I was Keystone Heights from Winter
,' off
followed by u chill will Im wiped .
"'oilgr"itullon' pot mortgage: I the --- --- De,). :S3!:! at the ,
recitations by Park
address' by the piiHtor Hev. 1:. M.Honks. the map before. the club year comes prepared youo ...................... Tuesday to spend a few days KalllKitn Johnson, and till "p. l
which recitations dad In October the annual people under the direction of1111': club hoi An elaborately trimmed with his parents. S1 r. nnd Mrs. P. HOIIH whom It may concernivnrl : t
after an Ethel: irllllil wan first rendered Heights Clntmas tree was the center W. (Cadman : ;\: /) IM lipichv given thill >n.I ,H.
a were given by Hevorul of the ehlldren demonstration h fulr' wax 1..ltlln. our i t Keystone : I lie 2flh day of .laminry A. l 0. l2kat !'
the Sunday' school Simla. club hoiiHu for I three days from and thu presents were distribute I Miss linen Our.lrn, (..... of attralon und the stage: wast'levei'Iyrrunged Twin hays were born. to Mr. nnd Ibo i liiii' of '","Ino'"" known a i--
Ingors thr of thechildren. by Messrs. llrownleo und ";IRKIIIIIItlllll..lt'd j I. to represent a Mrs M. M Sargent; of Brooklyn, I In nptan,| t Bt'iH'b AlnuxiMiiunt" fir.' il
I ), giving
Claus appeared nnd greeted; which we cleared $1,001) : by several young Indies. ........................ living rill with a fire place In Christmas' ,In liiiKlfnid" ('011 III y. Klorld" i. "i'' i ilocal
Agnes DAT then distributed the I the public thi>lr moiiey'n worth I In on day.WOODLAWN. Uin wliere" the 1 htrehiarii i im
b..aull- An unusually largo. audience Will i I J Keystone HeightsDec.. 30. which artificial, but extremely o >iial iirotf, | >ity 'IH Hltuntcd thii.i
Evans of from the advertising, and a splendid pro snld ,
lluini ton Hr-ach I1r"uI1l1I
KlftH i
iibiindunt cedar treu. Kuch: each evening. present and all\ enjoyed the enter_ :Mrs. Win. Pierce soprano' assisted reallstlcTIre was roaring Each ........................ :oo noon fin Hiild. day 1 will on*.i itj ,
1 first plnce fully decorated gram I ted previously arranged .1 cur sale And sell for cacti ,)
class )
I plen one< i
talnment. Minn Donna Kerr, dramatic
of by
given H I bog I t ,,rl ._ ,
child present wan ; The Hallowe'en party was under : nn > |II"| ivolvMHr| Hr k
dltlon of 1 -. reader, and Mrs I 10] A. Smith OK;rum which was a complete Tub '
while apple from pianist Porrla Wheel for u un t' i
('RU dy and nuts, the inuimKeinent" of the Junior 1'I: I ION HCI'\<; SDICXICI: : surlse to the other classes, :1 I .11,. I,. I.. I hue' 'lilt |III
i tlon. Thd|\ banket were given lo all present club girls they clenrrd $40. 1 gave Ir"11I1 Tuesday' evening close of the entertainment :...................... .1 I .... ,0 |I' for KtoniVe. ."J IVIII'
Thin wan all done In n very plens- ;. Dec. 2Hth.<> at the \\ 01111111'11t and at e Mr and Mrs I O. J.I Phillips were the sum of One hundred. Thlity ivviftl.UUU
flva voim The leglitlatlvo chairman had The union song Hervico held, a teal Santa: Claim came I ) : '
Club house for I the benefit of the
then business : t'i,1: h'I
ami Simla, visitors to Jacksonville \ : : : \ :
th InK manner charge of 0111'ov..mht'r: meeting.at the Methodist ihiirch last nigh 1 down t chimney with his pack rlalm n.h '
women community church choir. Mrs. ,
the children\ ( Knoiliilitht. )'h 1I1'lIday. prnporlv In the HIIIII' of tin lluiilred
bade all elms which u splHiidld uddrcss! wan whliHi' had been arranged, by tin,9 Pierce, whose charming personalB and printed toys and candy to thlrly-thiee and B5-lnn ($1.l li. ."
their teals The honodlctloll by the pastor given by Dr. C.lenn on Law Knforuement. choirs of all of the churches In tin B the chllon. Misses Kthel 1 and KlTte Starling I i.;:5I I dollars duo M t,. SYiIorold "
and willingness: to serve whenever of Jacksonville, spent the holidays, for such 1)l her clalnifus. _hnll.
cost fromthirty p"| the In thin month Ihelfl I city was one of the most delightful possible has won her hosts ot DrVIIIIOII and tumily. of here with accrue" on the until liersonul' propel 1,
6----- their parents Mr. and : :
cleared about h relnlieforo deMcilhiMl' tti the cliilf ,l.r l.
nonce and of all of tin drove to Keystone
Rtntlto 11. V.'p., t:. I'.11t 1'1' Inspiring 9 friends In "Florida sang four JacUsotlle. Mrs. S. J. Starling > said.Thn .
connt. $ II>U on pepper pot anppor which many union services held In thl,*j groups of songs which she present- Heighttrldny' to upend Christmas Miss said Jonen and T.nufrhlln l II
Crews of Ralford .
LUllt Thurnday evpnliiK the pn- wall a replica of Greenwich VII- city for I the past few years Tin 9 ed In a thoroughly Ingratiating at the hue of Dr. Wilson's brother volvlriK sachet or Tub )0"1"111Vh.i ., ,i iRO
to Im Holil In
spent last week here the guest other the property of Hiliiran
A board turlum wan the scene of u ('llrtMt- lago N. Y., with u splendid. cabaret pastors were nil I there except Mr'. I way. Mrs.\ Smith who accomp- and wife Mr. und Mrs. W. JoliitH4in.Thin .
1 Intermediate which wua' enjoyed by all during of the grandfather D. n.I Drowning. the 251h' day. of Dpcvmlinr, A
Ing such nuHomor given by the Carleton 1'1111101101llIrdl; \ 1 A.11'ils.Tha'lowing.
max party 1 anled Mrs Pierce In all of her Gus Smith of Ocnl.i, and Colson IX U27,

and n. Y. I'. U. ut the I First Rap the evening. who hud work In Cedar Keys am<1 numbers, Is very well known Inn ; program was presented Smith of Jacksonville) spent Christ W. J. 1 KPPBItsn.VSheriff .:, ,
of Bradford. < n,
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tened In often tlut church. Our music department In wide had lo he there. The congregation; nuislclal circles as one of the founders the Keystone Heights mat day here the guests of their 1"1.; I

The roonm were bemitlfiilly decorated awake. It gave u splendid. concert were all there. Those! who xaniseemed of the Centralizing School of school: the school house audl- mother Mrs' Carrie Smith II. I-., It l r.ld

voices, In keepliiK' with tlo Christ In October before a full haute und, full of the spirit end lute,I Music In Chicago.: Her work u* torlumrlday evening, Dee 23. Misses IClva, Nancy and Delia M.' I. WATTISnSONllmcCH.. :

mated at 3' )nail seuHon and games were iiliiyt-d, 110 admission wan charged; but I n tlio large audience, to great 1 1 Mender of the choir In greatly uppredated Sonffirammnr; girls; RecltatlonJiert Starling: attended!! the Christmas %A'll. II IX)COLAS.H'.rni. ,
deli for II. L. Kilo anil MWaltiTHon .
evenlnn. A of $:))2.i:\! givento ) )
contest. T throughout; the silver offering: wax heights sweeping; them out ii pill n by every citizen of Key I Itutten ; Love Little exercises at I ho Lawtey Rapt hat 13-30- i

lour: fruit Htilad COIII'HO with hot the club\ and plain are going I

lowing (rot ten was served the Iwenty-eliilit forward I for one or two more concerts ._. --- --- -- I

the count; KlieHtH.UeHUloH. for tlio benefits of Ihu pub --

First, $3. the II. Y. I'. t''. mom lie. I I I

tuition-MlSecond here i pfuHt-nt' : were: Mr. und MUM The lieaut If(ration department I Is

t 1... F. Wallace Mr. and 1111''', .1..1.S. working towards beautifying ourHtrectt. A u y

ultlonMI'rnncleco huller Dr. Conner and Rev town and highways lose\ Happy New 1
) ear yYI
a and I\Irs. tl. P. Huymoiid.Illl. in. f ,

Ore( IIIGUMFNTEItT.1I Tho education department. will
AM '-,
Third $1 hold Its meeting In December For (

!ultlonMtChicago :: : NUr our speaker we expect to have .. t II 'I
Mm. Itlley of (lalnenvllle The education XI I ,
ltl entertained
amAflhcvlUo and Mrs. K.: L. "ns
H' large number of relatives lmlrmnu will also sponsor a S
book club for the benefit of the
Fourth. i I Chrlatmaa day with a
their club. /
Mealy of P<3uld turkey dinner Knjoylnx
were: Mr. K.: J. !Ilobertg Our chairman of health la plan- v
Klnnk t hospitality .
Mr. and Mrs. W. E J. Torode and ill UK for a wide-awake meeting In .
Fifth. $ a
children. Mm. KDle Miner and January a May day festival! and .
of Lawtey. Mr. and IIrll.J. other things to further the great

fc-ltt. Pf Onl children. M. Roberts of Jacksonville, Mr. undertaking of health. r,1) I.,

and Mrs. Z. J. Roberta and son, ot Under the auspices of the chairman I : :-" \'

RecoGoodS Hauling, Mr. and Mra. J. W. An of civics and her committee -', .:) j ::;""

drews. Jr., and children of Sturke, a splendid Armistice Day program r ; Its a r/, .1"; : :.> I u1)/
and hUKuegt held at the Woman's Club. ec =.'
and Dr. Karlo Roberta was ;') h .
Dr-. Joe Hawklna of Tulane The American homo departmentwill f ,
New Orleaua La. carry out a eult able program; i Ii I /' ,.
University, t I ''ltJ ,. '
In April.On 1
; <-IIIM>KK\-H: ('IIIUST\I.\S: the twenty-eighth day of November :-',. i I W

7h. 1'\{l'Y: the Hob Demorest Company I J t /..- ,
directed a play with local
# Miss Cimsle Mne Itennett entertained talent mostly for the benefit of \ II 1 I I

the pnpllrt. of the fourth our lull\ mat throughout the season "' I II
grade of which' she la teacher the club will hold several social I (" -

with a Chrixtmu party' at her \ events rc(\ \(\" -i'/' \", \ j :

home recently The rooms We have eighty-eight membersthat '

decorated In Beeping with the weaMon. are! real true club workers VIII i1. II III

and thirteen Junior Club glrla that toy I
s A bountifully Illuminated treeliulin work hand In hand with I the Mother C ..

with gifts which' were (118trlhlll.,1 Club and we. too have our : I
by 11 real Santa ('\\1111". wan husbands us nnnoclate member. As the old year dies and the ne one IS born it IS time to take stock .

Hii the delight ot and the. carol childron.minx CiiimeHwere ; and I and who stand, behind. us In all new calendar. We want to thank'ir fellow citizens of this community fSthSr we hang up a ll

11 Joyful played evt'tiinK was had, by iliatwentyMeveu our efforts. .__ __ ronage during 1 j V27, tor their conhnce in our ability to serve. That confidence means much "

little folks prenent.I'llKMlYTKKI Itlrtlm to the community and to each mddual: in the
-'-- I :Mr. and Mrs K: W Hayes.Stnrke. community. Moneythat is spent here will be

: : \' ('UltIS'OIioITIU 1 December' :21th a Hon. respent and by Its circulation frolneighbor to neighbor adds to tHe community's general

t $ :Mr and Mm Louis Curler Law prosperity. ;!

Monday\ ( evenlim appropriateHervlien I tey Mr.December and Mrs 25th Kllery a: son. Sap| And you help yourself as was; each other when you patroni I home town merchants. I

Including. a ChrUtmua treewere Starke.; December 2th a daughter. You make work and
'" your your pa lore secure. Make
held at the Prenb>terlun your purchas s from home I
pal, following program and guarantee prospey for the New Year. your merchants -
,.' church. The II :Mr. und :Mrn. John Thornton your
/1 1if carried out effectively and 27th. n son. From the bottom of heal
ft. was ;tarko. December our we this
't :
., :, wnt. community to
: ; enj
>' with abundant ChrUtmu ( spirit :Mr. und Mrs. Frank Thomas.Starke thank all of for y prosperity, and hence I

Song by tongrcKation.Prayer. ; December 25th. a Ron we you, you, yov,ppreciation of our efforts to give ou the best : "

Mr. and :Mrs K. J. Norris possible. We will strive to cootie to deserve your confidence. f very service I

Adlrelill-Ur. II. A. Tucker. December 26th a son.
Starke. And each and one'C-ou
Williams. everY We sincerely wish
Uecltallon-- : a Prosperous and Happy ,
Song-MIxH Carrie Uglow'B Sun Quliicy-Uulldlng permits issued New Year. ,

ed FI day School clallll.Uel'ltationLltUe. here during I!: November totaledI62.R02. '

NEW T( DavU. Miss Jeau Inverness. -Mine No. 11 being Balk of Starke

to Mcomm Recitation-Marlon Williams. operated by: Mutual Company 4 ,,
lean publl southwest of hers.LeesburgiDullding .
Violin Duet-MUs Alice Fernan-- mile
the Atlanltunny construction
des and Wesley Stearns., ff'e

art of pro to Recitation-Mlas Lucille Mitch. here for November totaled e; Bank of Helpful ServiceE.

Dr.noted Wm.too t ell.A Chrltmu l'la-\Iembe.; ot 21250.Miami Enterprise Building S. Matthe-vvPresident..' R. J. Davis, C shier

tour of K the Sunday Schgo), corporation; Miami capitalized. at .

I /prLa. wallJ. Hymn. "( 00.000 eh&l'tered. -

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-"" ,...."....-".'- .. '.. ..-.....w, rr ......' er of Tampa; who was en rout t:e :| !Mr. and Mrs L. V. Moore had. I went to the state farm Monday to of Georgia, but now of Ucnln, I We wish to thank all our partons
for Georgia o spend Christmas. as their week-end guests their spend !Homo time with her son, where Mr. Hadley Is now stationed 1 I who have favored us since thee
r ---- I '-OIlS-.1I Iii a' nnd daughters, Mr. Superintendent J. S. Blltch. na snpevlsor connected with th I opening of our business' and trust
Rev. and Mrs Q. )F. Scott ain d and Mrs.. M. II. Lung und :Sir and government forestry work. you will continue to favor us for

I Bits of I II daughter Miss Lois of Lakeland:I I. !''Mrs.! It.I.\Alvarez of Jacksonville Tho regular meeting/ of (he U. 1>. the coming year as you have lit'

and Mrs. Clyde Lemon of DcLnnd I --- --- --- --- C. will 1m held Wednesday afternoon Messrs. Hllllardl I/1IIII1S and the past We wish each and every

,were visiting Mr. and Mrs F. A 1.// Mrs. S. It. Johns Mrs. J. Maurice Jan. -lth at 330; o'clock at !guast Aubrey Hall who have one a bright and prosperous

NeWs ; Scott during tho holidays. I dl'nrd"Irs.! C. N, Christy I lh.. home of Mrs. K. 1.. II I/otit'/ '". Hostesses been visiting Mr. Mnlpua' parents New Veiir. Mast End Grocery
local and l their guest :Mrs )F. N. Chrls- for the afternoon are Mrs. !Mr, and! Mrs J. S. Mulpus during

Mr. 11. S. DuVal and sou Henry ty of Tarrentum I'a.. spent last K. L. Biggs! and Miss 1 Ethel: GrlfllnMr the holidays returned' to New Or-
Dr. W. K.: Middleton now has.
of Columbia S. C., are spending Thursday In Jacksonville.Mr. I'lins. Ln., Thursday.
and with him In his otllce Dr. George
I Concerning Our People, Business several days In Starke the guest and Mrs. C. A. Futch anti -
Conger. Dr. Is
Conger graduate
Progress of the County and Town. of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. :Mitchell \ and Mrs John L'ltlow hall sons, Merrill and Mack sllPntC"hrlslmas W. C. Culdwell. editor of IheJII".r of the University of Georgia a and

1 as their holiday guests I their,, son-\ [ day In Jacksonville with News. ('01. Stafford Caldwell I he University of Tennessee. He
Missus. Lillian and Violet Hare- in-law and daughter !Mr. and !MmK. \ Mrs. Futch's brother and sister-in- of Miami, and lion. Dojlo l'1.
____,_ ..iniuiMnuiiMimiiniumiiimintmmnuiHliiiimiiliimiiiitimiuiiimi... MmHimtiminiimtfmmwitmiithWKATIIKK ... .. nerved as an Interne In !Memphis.Tenn. .
nnllatnnnaian I foot of Sanderson, were guest I L. McDowell and (children andDr. law. Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus 11. Sit.. Carlton'. of Tammi. candidate for and fur the post two
: : IIKPOIIT I Mr. and ]Mrs. .;. M. Johns were Monday afternoon of !Miss hue I :S:I. :Seawrlght of Jacksonville trunk. /governor. l"I"llhe Telegraph a VH-! been? located In Miami.

,, visitors to Gainesville; Sunday af Abernathy. It t Thursday .
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Weather report for period end- ternoon. !Mr. and !Mrs 1'I.! Barefoot A. Stalling of Green Cove
ling December 28. 1127. I II Misses Mildred and Florence had as their holiday gnl'sts.Ir.! Springs, ono of Iho Telegraph's Mr. and !Mrs. A. H. Hall of Lake Luleteiiant Charles Knsey: of the

Spate Max. Min. Precip. i Carl Johns of Jacksonville spent Gill will leave today for Quit mini,, and !Mrs. L. P. Currency of Ap)pku. Ifu-loug siibscrlhors, was In St.irke City, spent the weekend with her R.) S. Utah, which IH now stationed

|Dec 21 66( 27 .00 the holldnjs with his parents Mr. Ga., to spend a week with friends! :'II and Mr. and III r!!. ":. L. Currency Jo'rlela)'. !Mr. Starling, brought a parents Mr. und !Mrs. I... S. Ilutto. III Boston and Midshipman Lot
29 .1)0 hut lot of turkeys to his Mrs Hall's \ Mosey: of the Naval Academy An-
Dec. 22 69 and Mrs. S. H. Johns. lAud relatives.Mr. supply sister !Miss C'nrrle Ilutto. -
Ilec. 23 63 32 .00 regular( iiiHtomcrs.Mr. returned homo with \them\ for 11two apolls, who lire spending 1 I : a week's

Dec. 24 66 40 ..02Dec. I J. II. Lawrence of Keystone lIu.11\II's. K. S. !Mat I hewn and Mr. und !Mrs. Itawson J. Davis --- -----. -- I weeks visit leave In .1 IlI'k HO II villI! with lIlI'lrplr..II.
: .. I ... !Mr and !MrH. C. II. Knsey : -
[ 26 64 33: ..00bee. and IItt.1.llIlthll'rK.\ Christmas and :\11'. N B. Hull/ have -
Heights, wan a visitor in StaikeWednesday. daughter Miss Florence, spent spent ,
26 67 37 .00 Christmas with relatives In Jack- day In Jacksonville with !Mrs.Dnvls' lad ax their gmwts. during tho James William Brow ulce urrlv-l' wore, viAIIIng: friends and\ rein '

ec. 27 63 40 .02 --- -- -- (sonville. mother !Mrs. Ida Wells Tutu holidays, Mr. anti, Mrs. GeorgoVhlte ,oil Friday from Autumn where IIP 'lives In Starke Monday
Dec. 28 73 69 .00 in. \ and two children, of Mt. I Is n student In dcntnl || -- -- .--- --. -----
]Mrs. 11. A. Tucker and !Mrs. D I .
Total rainfall. .04 Inches. 1101'11. and Mr. aid Mm. C. U. sprinl I the holidays with ttrown-I! Sheriff nnd !IrK.V.. J. Kpner-:
I. Ames s Wednesday lu ( 01. and Mrs H.\: M. Johns und
(I loams and sun Peto. of Frultind. ,enm. Mr: and :ylrs..I. M. had their Christmas
of was a visitor sonville shopping. Jal'k-j daughter Gloria "u.llllr. aud 1 1Irs.! !Mr. and Mrs. John I.annford of I son an guests;
L. II. Hill Lawtey.
Talln"Hpe.la.., who have been jJ jJI k-o lay[: the members of their IInmedinte'family -
in Starko Thursday. T. J. Griffin motored to Jacksonville __ ___ _____ I :
: !Mr. and !Mrs G.
I visiting Mr Lungford's mother
I Mo(. and Mrs. Joe Wilson of'Co.. Monday. I IIIKKfllhle!\ "','IIf'r. who has ..
!Mrs. Alice Lanford, returned to :\1.. and Mrs: Archie. Miller mid A, Anderson of Lawtey Mr and
L. II. Hill of Luwtey was a business coa. are guilts' of relatives here their home Tuesday.\ been upending several months with nun laiiK Wlllliim, of I.a Arnyn, !Mrs Ruiford Epperson and children -
visitor lu Starke Friday during the holidays. Judge/ and !Mrs A. V. Long and I her parents Mr. and Mrs. 10:. SVeller. I'oru, IT. S. A. are the guests( of Mr of Jacksonville! and Mrs'
"-tTuiiKhters Misses Ella !Mae and In Kmlenton Pa., returned and hire (I. M. Inimin. While Dale VuiiHlckel of Gnlnesvlllt.
Irvlu M. Adams spent Chrlst- T. A. Brinson and son Aubrey. Annie were visitors. In Starke Sat Gerald; l Mlddleton' of Jacksonville ''Ill Sturke nnd will upend the wlncr here, they lire looking after their and Mr. and ]Mrs W. J. Epperson
in Dunnellou. with relatives. of Fiftone, spent' Saturday In urday.Mr. and Hurl: Mlddlelon of Cocoa with her uncle J. J. Truhy. properly, Interests. Jr.
Starke with !Mrs. J. E. CorpeulnK. wen ChrlHtmas /gucxts of t their --- ---
and !Mrs 1). T. Clark of l>ri'iitH. Dr. und Mrs. "'. I 1C. Mld-i I Mr. mid Mrs. J. F. Colley, Mr. When \\iint
you pitliillng,
Mayor D. C Jones business.spent Fridayn I Col. and Mrs. Floyd Green and Miami, spent ChrlHtmas with !\IrK.Clal'k's dlcloii.Mr and MI-H.. idly Volley und llttlo/ or kiiNomlnlng pnperhanglng done-, "'... have a. complete| line of oysters -

Jacksonville on 'children, of Lake Under were visiting parents' !Mr. and Mrs. N. I daughter und lit IIo Miss I..atlol'lIlI"y. Wrlto Mr. Supper. Storks 12-ltl- and fish fresh dully, also a

relatives In St.irke Tuesday. D. Within'right. and !\I 1'11. H.: \\'. I byes art ( motored Wlldwood nnd 4t.. complete line (Western meats
\V K. Toroda of Lawtey wa a .- ''receiving. coiiKrutiilntlons on the Drain" !Monday. Little Miss Vir- .such as lamb. pork sad beef fresh

|laltor In Starke Tuesday Miss. I Edna Mills of Jacksonville Misses Florence Matthews Ethel arrival of a il.iiiKhtc, December Klnlit Fiignto returned wltli themto MI-K. Harriet reek :Mr. and hulls und I vegetables Oversea and

spent Christmas. div. In Starke with CrIIMn. Madge .Middle-ton and Sarah 24th. The little lady has boon spend) the remainder of the Mrs Carlyle p 'uk of Chicago:: Mrs. Monarch brniiiU" of grocerloH and,

Junlus M Smith of Waldo was a her grandparents: and !Mrs J. Malpas spent Friday In Jacksonville named' lleltlo Armmlellu.\ neck with her. sister. Katie Colley. J. H. Kltrh nod dlllllth1<'I'. 1'IIIllIe.:| | I the delicious Drill-lie's candles, always -
lustiness visitor In Starke Tuesd.iy. P. Robinson. shopping. i i fresh, both in bulk and In
I -------- -- and !Miss !May Peek of Avomlnlo' ,
I i Mr. and Mrs !Maurice G. Lung- Mr. C. II.' Hodges proprietor of spent Monday afti'i'iioon lit Penury 1-pound hexes lit the Kast: End
Mrs. J. II. Moore of Lawtey Mr. and Mrs. \.... G. Strlngfellow/ :Mr. and Mrs. n. W. Moore ofThrresmt ford. lit.PKt Palm 1 loach, spent ItodgpH ('o. dry,, goods store motoriMl Farms.tIre. (Grocery "The Best for Less."

ras u visitor In Starke Tuesday. inn] children of I'.ilatka; were the und Mrs. C. It. Moore of Tuesday In Starke with Mr. I"n/-I/ over to Sit rke on Sunday last __ _.__u_ Why pay more?

guests of relatives In Starke during t'leiirwater, were visitors In Starke I fonl's mother hi nit. Alice Lang- ,, to ho the guest; of his sister., Mi's.' J. It. Ultcli it lid! Cnilylu -,,---- --

County Agent J. C. Fleming! the week-end. Tuesday. I ford nnd other relatives I II. WlggliiH.. wire of County Su IIIHI Dorothy Itlh'11. nccompniilrd At I the Christians service of theIrlrsl

pent Christmas with his family in I -- ---- -- -- perlulondenlVlgglnM' I of I Bradford! fly I\II'R. Hllrh's brother and slstcr- 1 Baptist' church Siiiulny inorn-
' rcher Messrs. Allen\ and Levy Cunovii Wilbur !M.irshhnrn of Miirlan- 1\11'.111111 Mrs., ItrynatV. I Hodges I / ,county ]ll1I'c''lIny' Reporter.Mr. n-l.iw. Mr. end !Mrs. Cnrlylo! Pt"k( InK the Sunday si liool presentedIhelr .
+ iia, has been spending several mid little .
of Jacksonville
of Jacksonville, were holiday daughter -
ut Chlcugo motored to St. AugiMtlnolast / I Superintendent' Mr! J. F
guests of their mother lIJr!!. E. i:. days with his grandparents, Mr. were I the holiday /Knouts of : W. ]M. Wiinwright assistant Thursday' and l spent the Klckllter Si', with n beautiful
of Flftone
Edison Brliison Ca nova.Mollie. and !Mrs. G. \V. Alderman. Ills parents Mr. anil !Mrs A. P.llolTninn. auditor of state, was In Macclinnynil
| guest of his sister !Mrs. J. K.prpenlng lay with relatives. I fountain 1"1liS\ u token of their
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I I nil: Thursday making out his _____ _______ I love tend esteem. Rev. G.; 1'. Raymond -
Saturday.I V. Knight/ spent several Owen Grlflln who Is attending report.' He was busily. tniKHKcd) In )
Mr. and 1 1Irs.! Cieorgo Marks und.. HIM pastor, was Hlmlllarly
days of the past week on a hunting Jal'kl4ollvllle'BII"IIIeKK College, ('n,1., and Mrs I.. K.: !Moseley the otlh'u of the county ('Il'rk.II'! :Ittlo ilaiiKliler. !Miirjorlo, of Do- 1 1 honored with 1tillo pen on thinicraslon.
Mrs.i O.'arV.. Alvarez of Jack / trip with frlendi near Lees- spent Christmas with his mother und children, of the Itale11'lsoll\ \1H.. Thompson.--!M.icclomiy' |Reporter { Land, who spent( (Christmas It h < .
|.nvllle. spent Christmas with herother. burg. Miss Lila Orlllln.Mr. 1 linn> spent Sunday In Slurko with Mrs Murks' parents Mr. and Mrs.!
!Mrs. Lulla U. Chase. ]Mrs. !Mimeley's pnrenti, Air and --- --- -
-- ---- A. M. /Darhy In GulnoHvlllo.
Mrs. I.V.. Slricklnnd and children \ nnd Mrs. Geo. Flynn and !Mrs. J. C. Manning.Mr. 1l."KI.S. .1. N.: 'Clrpl'nln/ot./ J, vl'tithlg relatives In Stnrk were Sheriff Douglas went to Starko
[.Messrs.! Bob and David !Moore of Wlldwood.. spent Christmas ltlli son of Paltitkn were Chrlst- --- ----- I 1'I: >f"'I'Kon..1. (I. HohlnKIIII. J. J. I day. SaturMr / Wednesday to bring. bark JIIIIIHHVllllaniH '

wtey were visitors In Stark I with her parents :Mr and Mrs. .1..1.C nuts guests of !Mrs. Flynn's mother and :Mrs. Z. J. Roberts, Mr. Trihy. .1. I U. \\llIwel'II. ('. Aubrey ,,, a negro who was iirreHl-

day ,. :Manning. Mrs! Florence Kiiinin Canova.Mr. and !Mrs. \\'. S. Yelvlnglon of Hast I 1'lnKIIII., H. C, \\'olllll1d ..I.V.. All- nnd Mrs J.I-'1'. -Qulgley en- d there on ndvlce! of the nheilff. ,
-' age/ spent' I the week-end with t Irt'wx JI' !left Monday morning t tin u charge of Hleiillng u pistol and
1 : 1 lertalned with
fNewn Alvarez of Green CovuClnga. I Miss' Dorothy Ah'.,irez of Jack- a lid Mrs. Charles Arrend.il; I II their, parents Judge/ and Mrs. Ceo. for' a hunt I HIT trip, inlamimick the Gulf lit the OriuiKo and n 11I1I1'hl'ClIlIulI! Illuck spent the Christmas holJs ''Bonvllle. spent hove al days this of Lakeland were guests of Ur. A. Gardiner.Mr. Dixie county / ten room tit the homo of N. H. Thomas.Vllllams .
1 In honor of !ktrt .
with his father A. L. Alvarez. week with her co sine, Misses I and Mrs. 0. L. Haynes ChI'IKIIJIII" --- and 111'V' A. V had been employed proiously -
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- of /DiM.nnd. Present
Kll'iibith ..tndrews.Mrs. day. .. l were : v by !Mr. Thu Williams
-- Florence and : and lIrll.! II. V. Knight of !Mr and Mrs LI'lIlhlll'YIIIIIII mus
Mr. anil Airs. F A,
M'rts. G. A. Anderson of Lnwtey ,I Sinrko Scott Mr ami l" In I the jail to await the
| -- were Miicclenny on SutUMlay I:111,1, us their holiday guests, Mrlid Mrs.V >a county
visiting her mother !Mrs. \V. :M. 10. KdwrnidH of Gaines-I I !Mr. and !Mrs. !Morgan Dnrhy of liiHt. Mr. Knight Is state's II !Mrs Worth llndloy., ronnci-ly .1r A. KcotI. and, Mr. und ]Mrs ?ctlon of the circuit court.Luke
[,Epperson in, Stnrke Tuesday. vllle. spent Chrlntntts Ft. Myers were guests of relatives attorney of this dIMII'II'1.1111'- 12111KII'Y. C'Ity Reporter.
I Sturke several last --- ----
son.-ln-lay and daughter' Judge in days cl.'imy Itcporter. --
A, M Andrews of Lncoochee and Mrs. A. Z. A.lkllH.III1SIlJth' I week.Supt.. r : .- -- -
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visiting relatives In Starke Dr. und\ 1 Mrs ":. R. Marshum and l --
nday, ;; ;! (irlflli Is. spending;; 'I nnd !Mrs 1i. B. Wlngiim. family of !Mnrliinna were guests I

several days this weak, wlth.Mlsnes and daughter !Mary spent Sunday of I\lrs. M.irHhlmrn'H: parents.. !Mr. II I

'joe Oliver spent the first part ofi Myrtlce and !Merw>< Jackson 1111, in Maccienny. the guests. of Mr. nil I Mrs (I. \\'. Alderman< the 'I'hrrr 'I. Lrrn .
i week with relatives la Albany, Biiconton Ga. und Mrs.V.: M. Kuabb. Best of tho week. (Q1//c./: ;I wnha.prlrl.xUUlhr"".11'.1.......11" III xnNna HPlllnv. I. nil itriinr-rlr worthy _
i I ; 7g'; r Mhllt> If xiii err ar11nanrrrlar ... _.
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iMinmiiy cinirl .,. .
Mr. and Mrs. J. ... Saul spent I !Mr. und !Mrs. Haynes Grant and Mini Inez Moltt of Jacksonville I t't t! ," '.h-c... Ilii In-nllli a1 ,our IMI.HO and a illriil w Bnl .1
Mrs. Pearl O. Maddox of Arr Christmas In. Alma fa., with !Mrs. little son Haynes, Jr.. of J.tckHonvlllo has been visiting her sister, Mrs i:I I t''f'.f ..1..1. It h..lc.,,,ilp liinillii npaa
visitor in Gruber were visiting Dr. and :Mrs l II r pnlnn.Ana' %. 'hnlc. I:....-..." uliiniU for
was a business Saul's brother. Mr. J <3. P. E Julius und other relatives : cl-' '..... It.. ."".,nr//ux. urnrr lint low peter uud. Ihnlm
jrke Saturday. and family. O. L. Haynes Sunday. and friends. III Starko during the 1 1 Ihrl. eon do{. IKI lillr i him in miikr Ili'li. Man
.- I I 1t I r CC..r rrauhlr uliiiirlirii fur .Road uriirrrli. If
holidays.Mrs. 'f .,
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F.. L. Browne of South and Mrs. Ila-vey Long of Misses !Mable and Pearl Ueddlsl II'II'If "\ 1 hour or II* ruuluw1)u.,, loo.
ti lira. Mr. --- --- : tour inli>r If H I. t ron" rr
ksonvllle, spent several days Jacksonville have !been visitingher I of Jacksonville spent the Christnine \Hello Spurkniiin and daughters t. i:' ; \\.t:, 1 1',1, ./..tino.. ,11\.turn Ihi iM.r.,11.,11 lime l, well alien/, lane itrui-i-r.
friends In Starke last week. parents !Mr. ant! !Mrs. W. M. I holidays with their parents : MHS! | Inez and !Irs.V.. \H.it "CcC <: .' !r rc"t:, I -- r. '. Ib.. ........ W N tonIIrW'll WWII"I site In
and !Mrs I. J. Reddish. /" '. :J .""t: all,I :! .
Edwards during th- holidays. !Mr. ) < en, of Jacksonville were I lime I lvu N1t 61.NI' t\'1'1I'; : 'e1'IIs F'u Tlov
on. and Mrs. A. S. Crews spent --' (:hrliIIllIIS guests of Mrs. H. M.Mamell. .
I Thursday in Jacksonville with Messrs. George Hrnberger andC. Miss Patricia Lamb, who Is .

?'1 tads and relatives. A. Shumaker of Cocoa spent I spending some time Wlldwood. ,I
last week-end wit. friend In spent Christmas with her parentsMr. !Mr. and !Mrs. J. k1. Alvarez. Mr. I
I ate'g Attorney J. C. Adkin Monticello. :: and !Mrs. James Lamb. and Mrs W. 1'. Randall of JIII'k.1 Specials Friday And Saturday

ainesville, was a visitor In sonville Mrs.! Kathleen Rhodes ,
! r Mtrke Friday. I lion. Lex Green .rrlved Friday Misses Carrie Uglow and Pa- and 3011, and Billy Graham spent
from Washington > spend tho tricia Lambe spent Christmas in Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. Jack

", .C. DeBevolse of Jacksonville Christmas holidays with his parents Jacksonville with relatives and Murilen In Orlando. I Post Toasties
" was a business visitor In Mr. and Mrs. f. II. Green. friends. or Flakes 2 Pkgs. 19c
Friday. !MM. A. M. Darby and daughter ,
.1'1', Mrs. F. B. John spent tho Mr. and Mrs. Ray Colley and Miss Fannie who Is attending
i \l and Mrs. W. A. Scott of De- Christmas holidays In Gainesville little daughter Shirley Ray. of MI- Stetson University In DeLand of Blue
: spent Christmas with hisslats. with her son-ln-lav and daughter. ami. were the guests of Mr. Col- Gainesville were the guests ot Rdige Brand DRIED SALT BACON

Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Scott. Mr. and Mrs. I. V. Turner ley's parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Mayor and !Mrs. D C. Jones. several [ Corn or Peas No. 2 can Lean and Fat JJ'a Id or f Toilet Paper

;. Jll.f Ilutto of Island Grove was Mr. and Mrs. J L>' Plckerlll Colley Christmas. days this-week. "' ; 2 cans for 25c Per Lb. 18c 3 rolls 20c

) t Christmas guest of Mr. and spent last week-ed with her Carr Colley of Elizabeth N. J.. Mr. \ Butler a Mrs. Shannon -

, b IL. S- Hutto mother, Mrs M. B Coachman In arrived Friday to spend two weeks \Butler: both of Starke were

wV St. Petersburg.Miss with hla mother. Mrs W. A. Col. visiting their sl..t..r.Irs.. I). N.

II. Louella Hutto of Colum'C. I lie). Cannva' on Wednesday afternoon. Golden
_. Is the guests of Miss Ed- May Peek ofAvondale, hn < W silt I o Correspondence in Age Macaroni Spaghetti Noodles, 3 for __ 2/c
[ntto for several days. been spending the olldays with I !Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Illakely and Galnoi-vllle Sun.
sister-in-law. Mrs. Harriet Hilly of Jacksonville.'spent : '.
her I son .
'n; Jlbrey Penney spent last week- Peek and other relavos In Starke. the week-end In Starke with her I'I'IlItrNlts. : C I''.' Shank of( Jacksonville' '

(; [gwtth his father, B. A. Penney I !Mr. and Mrs..\V. W. Bal. -. I spent Friday In Starke and wa, Alldaillsia Brand Fancy Sea Garden

dosta! Ga.rMaude. R. J. Glover retimed to Starke den aeeoldlanied' home by !Mrs.. II. L.Lewle4 SOUR PICKLES SIIIUMP P- G Soap
Saturday following operation I ----- who spent the ChrlHtmns
r s$ Mitchell of New performed In a hoMtal. In Jack Mrs. O. 0. Cooper of Macon ( a.1 lolld.lM with her daughter !Mrs. Qt. Jar 33c InJars29c 6 bars 25c

,?..'_?. ,! was visiting friends in sonville. arrived Monday to spend several C. \D. 'I I-hank.
,8tMk 'the first of the week I[ days with her father (J. W. Snell- I
Mr. and Mrs. J M. Mitchell\ j I grove who has been 111 for some Rut'lnt..llllt; >nt II. II. \\'IIIKlnsl( ) --

4 llljn'L S. Moore has boon vlsltr ,, have as their guest Ir the winter time. and 1 Brofossor C. T. Lawhorn of Fancy folly! Ilraffd
ar eon In Jacksonville during Mrs. Mitchell's aim Miss Minnie I lami'lon, attended the mooting of I Selfriswg Flour 24 pound bag $1. 10
It" Shaffer, of :Marlon, C. MIM Evelyn Luck of the State the Still H Teachers' Association III ,
., -I-- _:. I Farm. Hulford was I taking the Tempt tale week. !Mr. Wigginswill
l' StttL'e Attorney J. C. Adkns andy Mr. and Mrs. '. Lurle Edwards Constitution examination In Starke I ii,I return to Starke until
bT Galnervlllp. were visitors of JaC'k"olJ\Je. were the Tuesday under the supervision of Satllrel : night. Lincoln Ilirtl.e/Je
Fresh Fat .'la-,1lrolt'n's Scree) !)ill
eke Saturday. holiday guests of h' parents Mr. Supt.' Wiggins Blalehes ,
tit YYI "yl and Mrs.V.! H./ Jfulh. !Mr. Vnd !Mrs o. W. White and Pickles, i'nil Jars
.n. A Weeks and children ___ -- Herbert Durden of Hampton, (rhlldru' and Miss Amelia Hay 2pkgs.l5c: 2 for 25c
Matreoker, were visitors In Starke Mr. and !Mrs. GM.h Slstmnk I who I Is a student In Gordon; MIlitary pent jcveral days thin week In Pint Jars 25c
and son. Joe gpen'Chrlstmns In Academy, Barnesvllle, Ga., 1{eddltl'' with !Mr. and Mrs. L. C.

,,.. Jacksonville the 1fIIts of !Mr. and was visiting friends In Stark this lay, r. tinning to Ktarke Thursday -- -- -- ------ -
r. and MTB G. >... Livingston :'olrs. Cyrus H. Slstink. week. afternn n.

oy Fmpa have been vlsltng iniAllttflikiseveral ___ --- "p!:. TOMATOES &/ 3 Cans for
days this week. Mr. and Mrs. \VH. Struth hart Miss Ruby !Mae Poppell. whoIs The i inner of the big prize at ( 25c

diL as their guests foithe Christmas a member of the Waldo School the Kaf: End Grocery was !Mrs.V. .
rand.r- Mrs. II V Mott of holidays. Mr. and !. K. J. s- John- faculty. Is spending the holidays \ S. knee of this city. We wish ---
yl', nvllle. were guests of Mr. son and children Plant City. with her parents. !Mr. and !Mrs. J. to than all of you for your response -

Mrs. R. F Demorest Monday. 11. Poppell. bi I bringing In your keys.

i irte's--- .. --- Mr. and Mrs. O. .Beasley spent East EI{I Grocery.
Attorney and Mrs. II. V. the Christmas holoys with her Mr. and :Mrs. W. C. Flails have --- .
M spent Monday In Jacksonrlth parents. Mr. and J'K. A. C. Dur- had as their guests during the Col. n\\\ \ Mrs. J. K. Futch of De- smrn'L
friend I den In Tampa. holidays. !Mrs. Halle's sister !Mrs.. Land win spent Christmas with

J, S. AdaIr and two children. of Mr. and {Mrs. H. 1.. Brownlee returned I
tra.'D. K. Knight and son. Paul, !Mr. and Mrs. FF. Flume hadas West Palm Beach. lt>me Tuesday accompaned -
Thursday; In Jacksonville their holiday ,.sts. Mr. and by/, MH" Mary Brownies, who *r Xr TO POSTOFF/CZ -
V friends. Mr. R. W. Mlllsttid daughter Miss Patricia Lambs Miss wll! rem n several days.
( Elizabeth of Jacks,yille. Gladys Allgood and Frank Pattee
:r.ill.. Davis of Wllliston. was I are spending the Christmas holidays Mrs. N A. niltch who has been
ilpess visitor to Starke Satur- Mr. and !Mrs. L. Jllutto had ai In Wildwood at this home of pendingaughter 'a few days with her i

d, tr their guest_ re<: ntljw.: L. Wheel-1 ]Mr. and !Mrs. A. C. Suras. < Mrs. H. L Jtrowftl_, r L VI --



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-.-. (01-NTY TKI-.K-; :; ,..O ..N..N....N.< ww moms. Her many mends wish hera
.. .. ,\I, FASHIONSoy ; speedy recovery.Mr. .
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Marti -- ---- ----- -- il'We Are Killing The Goose OK.*I'll : HIGHLAND : and Mrs. Frank Reynolds

Hamilton !Ml.. M. K. I........ Cur. .

HelThe ) Farmers & Farming 1'1' That Lays The Golden Egg Jean Belle NN Highland.N...Jan.ON.1 ON, 1928..ONN-Mrs... und Christmas holds children patents here,of Mr.with Graham and Mrs.,Mrs.spent Rey j,

I led I l to Held crops It In but a ques- Nelson Green and baby visited B. Thomas.
(By Agricultural Editor: ) (By Supds Johnson) ,itlnn of 15 to 20 years until this relatives here Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs n. B. Thomas und

.. .. We are all fumlllar with the fable ': 801I01l-and other sections In Him- Misses Beth Wlmberly and Ethel I daughter, Hazel, was shopping |In
who killed the a Brooker Friday afternoon
of the
person ; liar clrfutnHtancea--would again and c. Grlffls shopping
[licks 1>1. were -
John W.a Farmers and Truckers Are Invited to Contribute Ar- KOIIIO Hint laid the golden eggs bo enjoying/ considerable und In Starke Thursday. Mrs. I. W. Dyal of Graham

cntidl'HPOL ticles of Farm Experiences and Methods FoundTo thinking he would Irtllll the gold continuous Income from Its foreHt 13. II. Kicks of West Palm Beach spent Christmas here with her

lit one time. In some of our oper- products and the goose would lay > v parents, Mr. und Mrs J.V, low-
He Best Suited to Our Country find haveh..11 arrived, Sunday for a two weeks
itloiiH In Florida we are
to la.
the that lays the golden eggs from year yeur. visit win II, C. Wimberly and fam D;
"killing goose Mr. T. I). Dyal was a business
1 the golden eggs." I ill MSID norsi\\ivis: : ily. visitor In Starke Saturday.
I took trip over the MI-B. O. M. Cribble Mrs. H. C.
lU-rently u I le --I.- !Sir.\ and Mrs J. W. "
I Wlmberly and Miss Beth Wlmber Dyul and
= GIVES Florida. This :: l.
SPECIALIST wenlwrn part of part -
I:. of Mcnli
Nuys Ciiniiliiu
'nf the state had a prosperous agrl- |I There are two ; of cannIng 1- %. ly were visitors to Starke Friday.C. children were shopping In Starke
i ways Saturday and were dinner
I several :M. Crlltls business visitor guests
I'liltiiral and rural life was a
meat ; First, cnnnlne raw meat of Mr. and Mrs J. W. Dyal
years ngo. !Now (there are many and canning meat after It has been r 4 to Baldwin Friday. Graham.

fields lying 1 Idle\ which formerlygrew piirtlully rooked and HurfHonpd. \Vo ; Mr. and Mrs. J. F. RrllTla and! I .j
( Mr. Thomas Markey and
havegone Mr
Many people
crops. ,
BORDEAUX MIXTURE recommend the second method us : '
: Leland Walters of Brooker
out of the farming business. wereliters
: or-rived .
the product will be ready to curve I
What U the explanation of this cold (tae III ease cif meats used for =L7JgI j

lii riorlilit. 'frlll'k"I'M filth I'riilt Growers a stock solution Is once made the I ,condition? When will a full measure Hulads. pickled or smoked Hull, 11$. I Mr. Fenley of Clayno was hi j

I'm'I Ills |"'III>K|<-Mi> In surface level should bu marked on i of funning and farming prosperity sandwich piinleH etc) or when G. II. Barker of Jacksonville our section Friday afternoon j

the inside of the container so that come buck to this section? heated, all the original flavors spent Monday here the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Dock Milliard' nnd
Large (Jllllllllth'M.OllIlIl'MVIlI. I There are many factors that ,i which are Imparted by different friends. I daughter, Alta of Graham spent.
the water lost by evaporation can
huva Influenced< l conditions in that methods of conking/ raw moats are and Mrs. Uobt. Crews and 111 Friday here with !\\Ir, and Mrs T

'. 1 Flu. 11,,(,. -.Of all be replaced and the whole thor- section, but J. Lee Smith district I retained mid developed. There IH children Mr. of Starke, visited relatives D. Dyal.

used Florida! far- oughly stirred before any of the agent hits, It seems, hit on : difference, In the (
the fungicides' by no keeping quull- hero Sund.ty and Monday !Mrs.\ Alva, Starling and l little\
at mers it IH Palpitated I that Bordeaux -I materials are lined.If one of the Important ones. Years ties of meats canned By either .. daughter, Selma of Cooler Pond
I many acres are to be sprayed, of the state had a Mr. timid Mrs. II. C .Wlmberly, Jr,. ,
mixture Is used more than ago thnt part : method. Where meats are partially 1- spent several days here last week
all others combined. For the benefit a mixing I platform tdiould be. big lumber and turpentine!, business. rousted or browned or boiled and baby of Nichols, arrived Saturday with her parents, Mr. und Mrs

of any who might desire Information It should l bo high/: enough maell\\ This brought money Into :I for half un hour before funning, to spend the holidays with B. Thomas.

a along this line Dr. (',. F. the solutions will flow to the the. country from Its timber Industries the heating of the outside shilnkH I his parents Mr. und Mrs II. C. IJ

rri Weber, associate plant pathologist/: tank by gravity and .- brought I money directly. to the product,! and Insures a better I Wlmberly. I. W. Dyal of Graham was a

nt the Flnrlilu, K.\pi: >rinient Station" near a good water supply A small farmers from their timber, nod l In pack. Also plllnl'lntho/ meat In 2 Mrs. ..1.V..
gives Hi" following/: suggestions for platform Is built oil the large one t turn provided n good local marketfor boiling water serves to remove the in Stnike Saturday Sirs Frank Fowler and sr and-

the preparation of Bordeaux mix- and the stock solutions are made I their food products to feed the i Hcum that will spoil the appearance Mr. and Mrs. K. Prescott were daughter were shopping In Starka

ture. on the small platform They are lumber and turpentine work ore. of an otherwise good looking visitors to Jacksonville Monday Saturday.

If H large amount of sprnylng/ mixed as they flow Into barrels on Hut the timber cut for lumber was prod plot, Mr. and MI'SValter Ferris Don't forget thai there will he

'.i to h' dune. II Is most convenient I the inuln platform. cut clone trees were turpentined ( '""tllla..." ,, for 4'iiiinliiK Mont have us /guests: for a couple of services at Little Hock every Saturday -
. to make up stork solutions of bluestone I To make stock solution A dissolve too young and! u depletion of both 1 fit : weeks their daughter, Mrs. Leo and Sunday by the pastor,

and, lime In such. proportions 60 pounds of bliiestone In lumber and l turpentine trees was Tin cans are In many respects' Poole and granddaughter./ Miss 1'lderV.. M. Moody of LucroBuo.
''ro' gallons': of water. Put the superior to Klaus Jura.! They eliminate Poole of Chicago.Mr. .
that one pound, of either bluestono Ihe Inevitable result. Mildred Everybody: welcome.
or 1 lime 1 Is contained In each gallon! ''[ chemical/ ; In a clean. bag und. 'I'oduIn)/ sections where there breakage and the steam and Mrs. II. C. Wlmberljihad .----
Ilend It In the top. of the \SUM-I preHsnro runner may be cloned and t a ls
of water. These stock solutions Is turpentine or lumber left, the us guest': for Christmas dinner The farmers In Washingtoncounty \;
opened with much l l
they will (dissolve over night. Metal followed. ; more speed and :Mrs. !Nelson Green;
will keep Indefinitely I provided same methods are being Mr. have discovered that It pays
are not allowed to dry Olil.Vhen I tainers should never bu used. I The operators have failed to take the cans more quickly cooked than ChoiceA and baby Mr. and Mrs W. MWlmberly to sell their syrup cooperatively
'aOVJDJ when glass Is used The open top A Smart of
a lesson from earlier years. They and Miss Freddy Gus York, their county agent says
received a lire ,continuing to "kill the goose or sanitary ran In the newer type good Investment and a comfortable Starke.. and Mr. and Mrs. II, C, I that they recently sold tour carloads
and Is what the
Play. just Implies. I
members a 461 ;. .he ay--- .;'Yciw to I that lays the golden eggs." The entire end l of the name can Is the sort of frock in which one la 1 i, Wlmberly, Jr., of NI<'Ilols.I this way, and they are planning
partment While this one factor alone always well-dressed for any daytime !Miss Ollie mnrr and ClarenceStarr other shipments In the near
correct wal top. Washing the can and packing hour. The fabric may be lightweight I
would not serve to bring about : of Starke visited relatives I future
Pr. Wm. M BRIDGEJeries roaring prosperous times, it would the food Is easily done. .The tweed covert cloth wool here Monday. fN
top Is sealed on with a hand machine crepe or jersey, material synonymous e
PrizeFrom CVyvvr/ s '-f help greatly If a wise pollof/ which Is quickly and simply with youth good taste and 0.NNNN..1.N.N.N Lake Worth-Building permits
by cutting and boxing the remaining operated, no hot Irons or solder being distinction for atreet wear. A convertible IHsued' here during month ot November
Zfcty/ 192788 Umber were adopted, together necessary. All large canner- I collar make for comfort : ZIFF :, showed Increase over Oc-
Wynne Ferguson with a reforestation program for and pleated sections over' the hip' tober.
ies now use the sanitary can. MI. Opal Lewis Cor
sult- widened hemline. No. :
the land that Is not especially proclaim a : Belle Glade Market station
aalngers t, Author of 'PRACTICAL AUCTION BRIDGE l.ro..NI" for Canning taw Meat 1622 if designed In aice 86, 88, 40. .N, )N..... i.+.4....f be news -
to established here.
Cut meat Into 42 and Blaa !(
thAgnes W this purpose. as they are sure to convenient piecesfor a yard. 54--inch mate Zlff Dec. 30.-Mr. Cbeslej Kelsey City-Mayor moves Into
Covniihl| I'lH. by lloykJr. Into require
Dnl be corroded. Alwaysstir the packing jars, removing Pnoa of pattern 16 cants Fogg of Graham was a business, newly constructed city hall.

ARTICLE No. 12 stock solution before taking any bones. Season with salt, pepper 1358-A "Champion" two-piece visitor In our section Thursday. Lake City-Bid received ford
Evans of lor whatever other seasoning Is Suit for Boys. The blouse haa attached -
out Mr. and Mr.. Louis demons an cement-stucco i house for main city
I first place In the: preceding, arlli Ic it w.is jiointe J Lid H therefore was forcctl to pass andY To make stock solution n slake Ie.lred Pack solidly Into sterljllzed collar and close at canter little daughters/: Olive Mae and I[ I pump and well situated on old city

O"t t :' ". :n'.a i .,.y hu..lhrre\ p.irl- ./ easily made four hearts and thus 50 pounds of lime rock and diluteIt i jars or sanitary tins. Add front. The trousers button onto Evelyn :Mae of Starke spent a few, I I property.
dltlon of j I "'011.1 and rubber. On the other blouse beneath a leather belt. Designed -
; nnil
b.ibul i won
nsctiMtrr n kuit game
SO of water. Stir this with Mrs,,, for
In gallons here last week I Boca Haton-Approval given
tlon. ThB ham) h.isp.iHsedor" ni.ule.ininfonn.itoiy" t hand if Y had not malt, the jump bid ex-haust I in sizes 2, 4, 6 and 8 yean. days .
double' it is extremely inijmrt.ini to of four hearts, U could have made an solution before taking any out. In uteam und, Size 6 requires IJi yards 86-inch !demons' sister and brotlier-ln- building concrete bridge across
fiw yoiiTV jump partner's' bul n' once to shut out, informatory double and his partner The name stick should not be used place pressure canner striped material for blouse; J4 yard law, Mr and Mrs.: J. W. LewJIe : East Coast Canal at Boca Raton.

women tl if fMjs.'ililia' I bid liy I )nrt'i'', html. I lien-,. would have bid spide! At this bid they for both solutions Hydrated lime process No. 2 cans or pint Jars !90-) 64-inch for trousers. Price of pat- ( \'- are son y to report that MrsC. ,''I St Augustine--Work! under WilY

are: two snore, I...HI''I., thiii'T to (tl'''? (ould I111151 have wade! luuroI,1[ and thus A-Itwuuid r,ay I he used I Instead of rock lime 100 minutes at 12 pounds pre tern 16 cents. i S. Kelley was confined to her pumping; fill approach Crescent

their terrlt given in Hio !prccc.li'i, '; .111 t Irlu, in w filch have won the nibl-er. Thus Y -> f the amount Is increased 60 pert sure. It meats ore packed in juts A pattern for the above desist:II'bed for the lust week with pneii-. Beach bridge near here
bill I.MMiincr,, bill. ,) in this. in-t. ,. was a very In solid !Increase time
the : jump one piece
w.ia.l ; ) (
teat fromv jump I
bin winner. Be on ul.c, -t for such lit. wlil\, be Kent 1..1"| d|loti :n. et lit nl C''I __ _
fur 15 minutes
thirty sent I ll.uiJ'i: ;.0. 1 o|>opportunities>.' .'1hesitatetotake I In making Bordeaux, mixture the'ollnwlnic processing fifteen cents In stamp: or i'lIlII. i .
i Isabella S, Thur bvKCiH -- --
; !r tr--7,6: .-. !.rfca: of the: ". I directionshould be observed I Wille, your n:nn"'" und ndlrcuclearly -
coast. i
to flubs, -- '>. 2 : Dilute each of the stock e give number mid I size of
A boarding \li.lrnoada10, 7,3 Answer Problem" No.; 13 I r.tl.KMMIlS:: NOW '
to ..1111 fonK to hiilf of the amount olprtiy f pattern and address Pattern Do-

ouch at SpndceI', J, 10. o, 7,5 .,.t8- Q, J, 10, 0, 7 ) to l hp mode 1 'ihe two solutions UIO.M V FUn I'.IIISIIIi.ti' partment, Urndford County Telegraph "STANDARD" F

t i'lllbR-h s Y : should then I be poured I Into a 'I I| 329 Fourth Avenue New-

Homer am ; I n II I I Diamonds-\, 7 fA B : I third, ,container or tlio spray tank,::1 I Onlll'lvl1le.I"la" Der.'r lid !1)2):!S I York City.
::'pailc3 ?, 0, S, :2 : .Z : he oil
tenet, In o I. is right motor
Z : Imth at t time simian lieu) The liquid 1 1I farm and home laleiuliir., published .

ten voices Io score, f -ne. Z dealt and Lid should, be. carefully strained, tr:, by the Agricultural Extension: It takes well grown properly

mated at f .-'.,-:.c,I ri'l'hcr A r.t.I.f p.:'I1I1I', ',' Z should dealt 1,now liii. f I In l" -i ic one i no-trt' 'loul'l I A paii, double I prevent delays In t the Held., It the, Division ot the I'nlverslty of Fl 1,1', fed pullets to give good winter eggIH" foil FORD cars and trucks

uU'S in of shutting (informal' I, or hid two hmtrtat'flli.isnvery above method cannot lie used the I 'l Ida, Is now ready tor distrlbnt' n '% I1hope
: ( ;
contest. 1 I ,flibk* a- bid by II. In tin cl "and,0rcofthcfewthat\ diluted, lime ""nliitlon may he pour. to farmers of I the state who writ _
> po I: ?
lowing fro i !r1 <'ul.lr bund, A-IJ had 11'1' cast ganiu will pu/rle t. r11!.-in ctfa'rte'l'.cur of iieie an arc am. ,I.,,1111, the xpniy tank and! limo I diluted ,. n farmers of the slate who will I It Is generally believed that the I'

the count i club lint Y'J three spade 1 bid,,* pnentcd -- utron forniutory, arijiiiiiciui\ double in the bone, t>f part- \ l bliiestone n solutions slowly adled. .Tor It. The calendar contains rims- number of pure) bred flocks In i b
SI 1 \ B from showing his I i suit. Y.J. which would ( 1.I 1. fly suggestions for each monili ol f
First ,'('r'ul"\dn" \! :; > "ii.uli' bill 1, Washington County have lntrea
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failed to make t ear conlr.irt Ly on chain for The objection The strength which Is lined, 1 most the and will he found help ied rv.ar'
ulttonNSecond I .Ic but Y's Jump l hid i l h.id sated tli" ou-r! the Lest. e game.: I year ( I 200 to :I00 percent during the i I
I tf' Jl :'i procedure, however, is IH the 1-l-r.U.( To make GO gallomof ..e fill to all who lire Interested, Irgardening. I L due to the activity -
; toe and rubber past two years
( .
>ery str ', because (partner is almost\ this mixture usu 25 \gallons ol f ( fruit growing, ot gee club boys mind )
ultlon-I\! UiinJ! ='1". :2 c"'ldl' u.,J) clubs. I 11 f he does, A must. of the poultry
.. shoiil 1 IK
tacit of Ito diluted solution 4 erul farming Requests I ;
rrnnclnco r 1 ,hartsl':, 10, 7,3.2:! I liitMi; hi i Iris v hit but, a slim" chance girls.'; I r a=
wlileh will contain I pound( ol t sent to Agricultural Extension Dl
sound bid I
J for has a nn-trump
Clubs) K.9.8, 5,4 game i. ,
Ore j Diamond* IJ, 9, S 't 1IIIlI ubjiclion; nKo Maids for nn im- hlni'stone. and. I pounds I of linn vision I'nlversity of Florida! OI'lallllo-G H. Klnney I Com- !

Third I tpades- none ::-cu.atc,; bid; <.11\\0 f hearts over the no. rexpei'lively. tlalnesvllle.; p.iny to remodel quarters I here. I

uttlnnhChicago irunl|>. The bid probably can be made ._ -- I
ai .. Y 1 but game Is very doubtful.On the other I '
: A Bc; hand l, if passes and opens hearts he ., I

AnhcvlUo.J'Fourth .. 4 .. i almost ('en.l n to defeat the no-trump I Motherhood' Held No Bar to Business Career for 'WomenDETROIT
tricks. At ,
\bid by one or more : fifty a us OIL, is carefully compoundedd
Mealy of ,I ,1'------I : -ii''li.rRiiu.: '. X dealt, bid one I rick, thin seems. to be much better
uld Klnnk lic,.. and A p.i wd Y h.isn't a spade ratcgy than to bid hearts and struggle of the right weight. It gives
Fifth.81ms in his hand 8<> boiiM, rcali/e hat thereis along at only eight points, per trick.
n strong possibility, that It has> a big' ftcra."rclullln.llysI8, thereorethe u full power, less carbon and

of R spade h.ind., I It i i..< his duty, therefore to writer belictesthat A should pass! and ... f eedom from
costly repairs.
10'It t rf 0 %cut U from Li.loliIl1\6p..lc.\ .if pneaiId try to defeat the no-trump bid. This

,I,', and the only wrv'tec.rn' do"o into proved the winning bad in the match .A nd it maintains a film on the
bid'I lour ht'.Irts. B li.nl the follow'intfluiiitl. referred to in the preceding! article. The .,.

RecGood winning player passed the no-trump k '( t ansmission drum that holds up ,
1 Ilcarte-G and, defeated! the bid by two tricks, A _
"Iu"s--I.,1.< ID 7.3 with ares easy making a net score ofUK I der pressure and keeps bands
I DianioiidaA, K" ,8,6 ) points. '1 he losing player bid J two I
Spulee-A. K, '). 7 hearts and| just made his contract scoring { E/FnJY I I ft and pliable.STANDARD.

'1 Ins is n very .lIu"\l11.In,1\ but when Y 16 points for tricks and 3D points GEEN ), I
bid four 11I'.)rt., 11 didn't, fdl strong for honors, a total of 46 points. The net COMPANY
enough f<> bill four sp.ide He ,,,"IL1I'tnl.ke difference in points in favor of the pass I,
2a an inlonnatniy U UILor| the was, therefore 51 (mints and as the 's'ue ,INCORPORATED"' IN KENTUCKY

double of a bid of four iA "Iw.,) irfnird- match was won by 31 |>oints this provedto t, "
i-d as n busini'S il( .'!c und bo didn't be the winning hand. )Note'; the analysis -

thin!: I lc cot: :!j dikat the four heart of this hand very caKfulty. AN DARD"MOTOR

Answer to Problem No. 14 I Ib 1

Hearts none
Clubs -4, 3 f pFr'SN OIIL

""' 111011.1.-3,2 t
Spades -9, 4.3.2 d ) vA
1 H"arts-I.. Hearts-O, 10, 7, 5 v

Clubs O. J.8,6/ : Y : (1uhs-10.9 I
i.1monol.-"I> ( J, 5 : A B : lJi.tmonds-10.8 CROWN
Spades- none : Z Spades-none II I -
1t's'tr 1 Ilearts-A,J, 9. 6 I T -----

Clubs- 1,5 t.+/ Always
Diamonds-A, 4 ,
Spades none I Beller

!Spades are trumps and Z is in the lead.,I should now lead the Suit which B dis II
.. I Mow can Y-/ win all the tricks against c..I..I-) this case, the clubs. Z wins I \1 r rSENFrTttp
lead the of the trick with the Z should!
any defense? Z should six king. now :
hearts and trump in Y's hand % ith the play the ace of hearts: A should discard C ullEI AUTOMOBILE ROAD MAPS of Alabama

deuce of spades. Y should now load the .1 club Y should discard a diamond and I 192 Florida, Georgia, Kentucky and Mississippi
nine of spades and B is forced to die II follows suit. Z should now lead the
card. He cannot discard a heart for if nine of hearts. A can safely discard the V hN FEL7r3 V may bt ad Free at any of our service stations.

ha does Z with two re-entries can: set jack of clubs and Y should trump with ofG G 4G/R.
upand make two heart tricks. II must, the trey of spades, B following suit. V I
therefore discard: either a club or a should now lead the four of spades. B
diamond. In view of A's club holding cannot discard his queen of heart. or ----

B'. best discard seems to be the nine Z'. jack of hearts will be good, so he is MICH. Can mothers among women have been mot s. 1 >ur Children
practicing attorneys
of clubs: but it really is immaterial as Forced to discard! the eight of diamond.
will appear later which, of these suits Z should discard the jack of hearts.A have careers? said Mrs. Cummings In aa, address before "Opening the doors of the profeslonal *- Ancro hey strong, alert and vigorous; or pale weak, w
the Edith
B discards. Z's discard should be di- is now in a difficult position. He | Do children automatically slam the Mae Cumnlngs Schoolof world to women and the debui and inactive? If the latter likely they :
Business Science for Women. The of the short hour have very
rected by D's; that is, j if B discards! a has left the queen of clubs and the 1oor of opportunity Into the faces of job combined
ed late Hetty Oreen, famow a decade In favor of married women. Law and uffering with intestinal worms and need
club Z should do the same: i if( B discards queen jack of diamonds and must discard .be women who gars them birth? ar >>
a diamond Z also should discard one of these cards. If he discardsthe ago as the world's wealthiest woman medicine after the strenuous preparatory !:
NEW a diamond. club V's remaining club is good and i) Mrs Edith Mae Cummings million. was a mother. The est and last period rest estate school VERMIFUGE IIo

M fecal SuppOM. therefore, at trick two B z.. ace of diamonds If A discards the jBlr real _tate operator and mother woman to sit In the I'nlted' States teaching, stocks and bonds and octal I w UTE'S Cream O!

Ican pi discards the nine ol clubs. Z should discard jack of diamonds, Y will lead the trey lot two sons who bas risen from a Senate Mrs. Senator WiiR. Pelton of service are among the occupation !
the Attunlty : the five of clubs.. A can discard of diamonds and Z's ace and four of {telephone switchboard to the Georgia, was ushered 11I l' her seat in that make It possible for mothers to Tb worm-expeller with a 50-year record of r

of dia- diamonds good. In either event pre.tdent's the capitol by her eldest.eon. Macln. nve careen. Conceding the primary A few lIS
either the sot of clubs or the five are oQlce of her su ess. r r doses are sufficient.
art of | monds. We will suppose him discard therefore,Y-Z must win all of the tricks own company In Curie, co-discoverer wittlher/' bust nportance of the borne each undertakings I'
the four
noted the five of diamonds although his discards against any defense. It is a very tricky past years says that mother. of radium, boasts tw'> daughien make It possible for woman
Dr. we are Immaterial as can: be seen by little problem and illustrates perfectlyhow 'flood, instead of oelng a bar. u a boon Grandchildren head th.lllst of Interests to continue with their outside at I Sal Corpeninsfs Drug Store
ca success in the .
tour 01 playing A discarding to force discards from your opponents business world.The of Mrs. Catherine Waugh Mc-I business Interests without clashingwith ;
t.flUla, I :.the actor problemthis point. Y to their disadvantage.: most conspicuous successes Culloch. one of Ame'\\ .'. foremost borne reeponoibWu." I t

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added to tick-free section Packing Company. Company odds planing mill ant'I : I It I II. r
Florida DROOKEllrooker
r : Festivals to Be Doubled in 1928
of state.Keldu. I ImmoolE'8---New school betiding dry kiln to Its manufacturing plan) MI-a lute Italneri ...... i Canada's Folksong

completed here recently. here. I.
Packing plant ......................:1I I

Jan I. Mr. and Mrs.
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I Walking Clubs Throughout the Nation Urged for Return to Jarkflorvillf A. B t'nishy," Saturday were visitors to 1 fi+ 9ouNNOeaPl WOMAN T

Mr: A. fnmhy and son, Lynn
Dr. Wm. M. Scholl Famous Foot Scientist
Vigorous Living by were xlsllurs tu Sl.irke Tuesday.Mr .

I ; and :Mr. H. It. Crosby and. ,,:
-u" IlItt.1 lit; 1'COI'UfL daughter Murjorle: ... mid Mrs

l.0} Train yourself to breathe properly Very few Ardell. froxliy. from JackHonvlllewere ? i I
do. They nearly always breathe from the ( (Wy
people vlMllliiK friends mid "relatives '; %
chest. Cultivate breathing from the abdomen.The here Sunday 'l 1 p r
I rise and fall of the abdomen with each deep '
breath taken gives the vital organs In this region .Mi-H. J. c. Cone mid .daughter, .
stimulation. This muscular action Is particularly Mildred, Here visitors' to lalin, ''
valuable in overcoming consltpat'on' Propel \.llp \\ ef, ....,.K..ny.fl' .

breathing Is also tho greatest blood punier knownto ;\ A. D. CI'ollll'a1l 0 |IUHIU| >MHlnltor .
man. Take a deep. breath Inhaling' through the
\ to JII'kMonvlJlo,111
nose then walk as many steps as you can comfortably I -
and slowly exhale throm-h. the mouth day. ,
while you are walxmg! Repeat this at short intervals I Ijiiwtou Surreiuy\ of Orlando, .. ,
This Is extremely bencflrl.il for you and 'spent tit': holidays hereNllh

v> -v i&Vr *&$ ; Ai on cold days< qul My prosier, s a .low- of warmth frieiKlH ii'inl l I
>&ujrt' "> ru.u.ai.. II. I Unlney end Mr" Ii le. i .
f\ t
; < 1t.V
MaS : 1f l: '., 2. \J )t.... .. II/.on v '-rt hiislnesH vNliors I .1

-- _.. ': ';., ; : ;. -" ;; J Ji': ''P'-Io.l: ;:; ,;..ilfl.II.. ..; i 1\\ hake Hull T last TIICMI/.)'. | ,ti, Y.... '
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WllKI.Ml: t'OK III.:.ILTII ; .. : 1 Mr. Orvllle Wnrd from here has;
You don't have to leave your \. j" I ''fi f 1.of$ .1.1" :: : ,j t.t'' I to JnekHonvlllo to hefrln work) I i ; iv4k

job to walk regularly.. ,. t ra;, .. ('.,.I <", ,.. i ti :, I I Mr ainl Mrit. K.: n. Crimbv from
Work In a little walking daring 1i' ,. \. \\ .+. I'Jiu'kffinvlllo, ppnt the hi ii lld.iliure : \ s
the tray at the noon hour y : iH.I with parents Mr. mid Mrs..

and in the evening. 1. 1iI" \ ;f.k.W ...l. I P. A. Crosby, anil! Mr. J. II. KelleMr >..
Walk to and from is '. \'. t. I
work as } 4 'f.1 Bvurett;: Cknnonn from !Mlami \ -
much as you can. ..... .. k', "l. ."........, .
Regular walking every day. not c: : lit" .' .... '. 1II>_i" wets KjienrlliiE the holldnvImre .
spasmodic over-exercise u what : j t ;.= wish friemlH, und rolaIivert.,
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counts '.j, .. ,$,..O i'j' : .. ....... ..... Mi'N. I Ii::. 1\1.. Hazel: and 1 son, Vas

Hold the shoulders back the i :;. 1'0. were hnslneoH visitors t lit
body fairly erect and the arms .tSJ.) iiilneHi'lllu. Thurndny.

allowed to swing with the motion r. I '.',t 11111/76: IMMI.H.LNT: ;Miss .lm!<"lhlllLMlttl'll..tt a men.her .
of the J J1'AROlafrArrACttlr4
body Walk with toes COBRSCT Boist' ,.x"i; !.y NAhK 111i of the llroolier, school furult.lelitriied }'
straight ahead, not "turned out"for ,.
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MAkES n' rossiftitP0H1H < 7k. 1 to h"r hnme In OruiiKSprliiRH. ": "
the toed-out position of the '.S5 .;....... !. / '" ft. ,
foot throws the weight on the west ijwt, VCAOETSTO ..", '!'- .
Inner borders of the foot and k'4" "J \!."" MI lit I'. 1.011 Crosby WIIH 11 liuttlm'HK. .
subjects It to unusual strain WALK ,AN'f II. +yva 1'A p 1+ vial lor" to l.ul.e Butler' PrMav.Mr. .
.MILES A PAY" "' fi1'::'' ," ). I I H""Wl'lI11',1, of Indian, '
WT"OUT "Srlttt.......".'.. ?g .:a' :/' I dlt4 ",'b i. 9r
--- / (. ::... ... y .pr ton n Is spending I the hoJhl.I)'" hen
T RING } ''
k'lf" ., 1'+ : a a
3Iore Thau 100,000 Persons : I11t tt("" "S with his mother, Mia. T. 1'. WindMr. Folksong is enjoying a revival on sicnle r I \')'. -:;;;,.,. .c;.(". ., ;
tv D. / .t .0 t..l, ,' C. (.'. M.Hheiiy. the profeHHoiof unexampled In modem limes I .':0;.11 1I.r.. .. '" 4: tt 'd

Expected to Be Enrolled our srhonl has returned" hump t" Bccnuse It reveals so simply and so CNORJL! \<..x... ....../y,1', ,.
.....i"p' ( the feelings of the people who I c71NQ6/s 'I<> .. [,
in Walking Con- ajI'| nd (the liolll\( \>H In Madison. truly
deserves to I be
>' Mr Van !Dukes' and M. l H. I. devised It. folksong
tests Organized by Lending tar walk called the common denominator of lishing them as annual, events. The take place at Vancouver In the early.
\ Don't guess how you Ilrnwdy of five Mile
Shoe Htdrcs.CH1CAOO. each dayRecular. were VHIIIR national emotions A compurmon ot folk-music competition announced fall Vancouver a world port notable)
methodical exercise la here Friday.MIH. folk-tunes sung in different countries for next year* Quebec Festival at the for the variety of its seacraft. baa
1LU Walking clubs far better than a spasmodic over- : Sarah Molt who IIIIH been brings out a common beauty and sincerity Chateau Prontennc has caused composers many old seamen who still rememberthe
throughout the nation are urged by & tiring of the system. spending a week with her d.iuuhlei which must do much to destroythe all over the world to study old chanteys which must DC recorded -
Dr Wm M Scholl. famous foot hy- Photo shows Dr. Scholl'a walk- In Ceoriila retmtied home last claim of any one nation to cultural French-Canadian. melodies. now If they lire to survive.

gtenlst and orthopedist to bring .. .. meter or pedometer which registers Thursday.Mr. superiority over the others and ro stimulate further Interest In Other festivals are also being plannedby
living ..... listener with tho and Its associated music two the Canadian Pacific which
about a return to more vigorous the dolly mllenfreIt and 1I11'H. Luther Sowelln of thus to Imbue the folksong baa
At the suggestion of Dr Scholl. will be used In the walking spirit of toleration and amity Oddly additional festivals will be held in Just appointed Harold Eustace Ite,..
HlKh Springs, herewith ,
scores of shoe stoics, throughout the contests and can readily be adjusted ; \ spout Sunday enough It has remained for young 1028 one of these will be a new conductor of Montreal's Mendelssohn
country will institute walking con- to anyone's length, of step\ I Mrs. Sarah; Molt. Canada to point the way toward this Canadian and Handicraft Festival Choir as Musical Director .or these
testa for whiCh a prize will be tau CAN I I MIsH Thelma JIII IINoIi, of here old and lovely music So great was next June at Winnipeg In which Immigrant I festivals.
I awarded for the largest mllenKe re- V'ALK YaRSEII 'returned: to her home last Satur the interest in the French-Canadian races from northern Europewill The annual Indian \Paw.Wow at
corded during the week working In I 11b A BEAUnFULafaA'tETRY show wmuuwb file scores am it till)" Folksong Festival at Quebec! last May be Invited to sing the folk-tunes Bang next July will extend throughout
co-operation with the public schools FIGURE I cor-led on walk-motor. or pedometer I MHS| Flora" Wlleux returned to and In the Scottish Music Festival at of their native lands and to display a whole week. Instead of the usual
hiking clubs golf 'Iuba. and other : which register' the mileage s per. her home at Avon Turk IIIH! Silt ur- Bnnft In September that It has been specimens of the handicraft in which three days and will unite In a sing**
athletic organizations It Is proposedto don not whip up the circulation ,>i < son ha, walked each, tiny It i w ex- day.I derided to repeat both these festivals' they ere so nkllled The other trAtiVOIwill festival the traditional Indian dance,
extend the contests to Include a produce a better or more virile qu..i-. i I pcPica in a lew months to nave one In 1028. with every prospect of estab.Mr be devoted to sea music and will games and songs.
| wide section of the population lty of blood aa docs brink wnllui.;; I hundred thousand prnple enrolled In I Atlas| Huhy JOIIOH returned, tier _._ .
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through the inspiration oi other Tho shoe stores "ire logical plaie [ the contests home III Madison IIIH! Sit IIi mill y.
commercial industries ana to bring to promote walklnp among a wtcvr 'Almost everyone who is oelow. pat Mr. It. :M. Inlney went to leor- ('. fo:. .('ronhy. who linn 11..11 I I I i Mr, and MIH. s. M. Simmons and i Ih: ildlidi.,. unit d.i UK liter. MHH| .. Lola

non-walkers into the walking clubs secuon of the population than la iti- I physical, due to lAck ol exercise' i 11I1t.(; lost week to IID married toIMISH working, ,:: I" Jacksonville luix "returned son liiuii.iM.. (of Sparr." visited hero. ,' Id'ildlMli ol'. .InckHonvllle..

All classes of people will bo eligible. eluted In the ordinary walking duo, | poor circulation improper breathing I Charllle. V\'o nil WIHh them IHIIIIC.Mr. I i I'I ii \\ i'ilMI'H. < | The community, ChrlHtniuH. ireo,
I to the contests, pollcemm., mail. carriers everyone. except the .Infant cow poor .indlfgrstion,,; nervousness IIIHOIIInta .
Ilit'It. und MI-H.,
I Hood Walter While anil .. S. A. Siixonlio hal hi'enHHmluiK KIVVM; ill the illy hull on Chrlstiiiu -
school children business and lnt> contact with the shoe dealer at I
I obesity auto-intoxicntlon andrrlsr'pntion j :Mr., and Mm. Clyde I Ward, spent I :IIIHII"r Kvrivlt (liiliuiy i l were vIsIturn | the" winter iiiontlm wilh Eve: W np a marked SIIUCUHS.Tho .
and thers. '
professional men regular Intervals 1 have found eh can re ;nm health/ and a
"In the Intensive struggle ot the dealers, throughout the Cnlted atati '(perfectly fiinctinmnii" ootlv without I i the holldnyg here with trio'IHIH and ) to Full'liankx "Siittii'; ;
I day most people live. (I more or less trrmendously Interested In start.i. cost and at no treat trnuuic\ sum relallvHH., -- I IN >eli for '. anwhere, I .hM. will I /and hn,iliiHHH men' of the town

artificial exmtence. sab Dr Scholl the movement for regular walkup, I I Dr Scholl) .Vou cnn llternllv walk | )51 r. and !MI-B., Carl Ward spent' .. .... .. lie ut home with her daiiKlitor ill"i's. ''Hliile that the Influence) of Intoxi'ranlrt -
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They breathe mostly j impure air. Or. Scholl has written instructlo.- i your way bath| into health ash 'the holidays hero with MrH. '1'. IV .\oIlInl.' \\-lIlh'I'Hhy. ; wan not notlrealilo here dur-
avoid physical' exercise lad' ride when for the orgnnr/nrion' of walking clui' '1 but should not walK Ward.MlHH.
"or you
1 : II. Y. Savon: IM Hpeliilinic. < this lug' ClirlHliniiH. Our town 'IH proud" r
they should walk Tin' automobile and has. published pamphlets un 'vc'\' nt t'.e Mnnlnq As a .
: l.oN tinlney. Mrs H. JJoniH .. work with liln dauKhler, Mni. K. of IIi!Is Hlateiiient which means'iiiudi
lira ,
/tilu >I .
has deprived the feet aid legs ot so walking which are being used in 11 "r'nl -,"'" In' r'n1'nrtnq vain ilium for. '
ami. ihlldreii. were vlnltorH '. In .
( MlllTlH.IMlsH or
,proKreHH' moralityu
much needed exercise tint few persons campaign for national watktiWnlklnR 'r I th' 'I' 1 I- n -11','lit measure ola / ...*..
to CeorKla II ,:: hint \\uek. **................ Lucille IJkk of .,.I'nkHiuivllle. I vlronmeniH.MlHM I .
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practice sufficient methodical contests are to last one we ? II u ..1'! r weight::; or over
walking. The hard pnvcionts of city from Sr.'11rdny ni-jht' to the succce "i- nelght toil can get your proper Mrs H. M. Galney, MrH. A. 11. !.Mr mud. JlrH. II. II. Kofllii or IH vltliliiK here. Mlle. week.Mr. //1 Krnui .loluix wits the guost

streets shock the foot air discourage/ Inn Saturday eight and dally seal, .- 1, nc'Kht! by walking and keep it there Crosby and Mr. L I It. CJalney were. Jill'llSOII. MlHS\ IIIO" 'IlKJ'' greats. of : mill JI"'.. I';. II. Jones of i lor her" fallier. Iloleii JiilniH. Chl'IMt-

walking. Lounging tn automobile of contestants are to bo placed In t..>. But walk regularly each duv." vIsitors to kHonvllIu Tuesday I MI-H. Luirilu'H inollior. and
Mm. (II.; V KnlKliI/ und Mni.. J.I I'. weie. the I guests' (if Miss| Ada / t tn her home In ..larknnnvllleJ.irkxoiivlllo .
i"U' .vi IIAir. Ibis weekItex .

I Garden of Alah and Street of Arabs Among Featuresof I Vfi'iU Null of ('1111I11111.). In niii I .. 'wed :Mr-i. ,K. SI. Taylor I /, -Koi'd-, -Motiii- Co.,

I 1"' .' gr.: - Great Shriners' Convention
at Miami '
I I' ,1' I I h],IS NkiH'lf. I Stm'ho.Hov. rumiliiK: on capacity I prodncllouHI ,
.. of the KlrBl
I Cl.irloi.! .p.iXlur ,
Ml w" (Cnrtiiis: mill l.'ll/iilii-lli: lied n lu Jan. 1 ; hunt HIM) tarn
Mlllre/I ").H. ,, ''l'H i'I'! ,' |thl'|| ghosts <>f All'H. MtilhodlKt. chiiroli hire will ,prc-ach ;to, ho employed.Key .
'aMN .PT pteyf'\ .,,. r night and Mrn.. Culdwell.Mr. I next' Kmiihiy Morning mid (
.I. N tVosttaal' +xts'II valuation nfMoiiron
;MI-H. KluiielioiiMu lOr>f lIa
Herbert Iiiiriluu, who IH utt.'iullnn this.
wax the guest of her" ,,1". county your Hllghlly
/ .V..llfnK.//
HChool ut HanioHvlllo' (ia.,1.ininliiiK
I iver" 7.(100.nod.( ()
I,. (I. Johiix liiHt Sunday
< .the ])IiiilldtiyH with lilnj
1 MI-H. II. .1. .In,,Inn had hei-llilln $1.000.1)00 lionil' (Mine
'" Ir mud Mrs' A. A. Dm' '
..1.. ... K: ll-HlH| l.lMt! 14 Sllllda, Ml'H. it'OI'KH I f nl' ImpniVKiiieiitH" voted here.We .

J. I'. Sullivan spent Christy ---- --- -

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l of ThcreHHii.MTH .

t'liuHser fnlcrlaliu'd im her I I can ilirii; ;: | your
'I I huts. week her daughter YES 8 HRS

1\1. Kiisliiii.l.'i'V: .
l.ewln of Wulilit, preached !i STORAGE BATTERY In .

at the HaptlHt shawl) 'IIIH! Sit tout.\' |1

mornliiK' mill evening I IMr. I

Ailkhm and. daiiKhlerH; (1)-

Juno and Jnirc. spent' ,
in Wlulvr ll.iven.Mr eh'IHIIIIIIM// Smith's.Garage Flacks

J. C. l/Hinorcuiix .. ,'

luii'K" if the, 'Ivory; Itcaily ('lIt... _. ___. ____ _____ u_ _____ _
'lieu 1' the depot, and la ruMh- .. .. ..
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ts' Ro, _, llIK 'llllHllieHMn j
tic i d \0 <' C A. Illrl mid family! visit. I

: : ". 1 I Y 1TN II l Mr, Ulrl'H" father W. 1*. flirt of II T ..
( '. da 1./. / liint riiiinj.iy.MHH : II R. DAVIS & CO. *

| 1 Edna Miiliiilliff. mid (Irate ; .

tit<., "lor suirlii' wore vlMllliiK heroIn

I i Tnemlny.Vr I
t .. ('.1'. SttHKor and du: ugh [or. I I INSURANCE -

+ **> *>* WVWrfy*"" $.!.* ,i, 'r', .M.iy. nf Vnldnle are I the I

I guests of Mrfl. HasHer'rt. father I'. I

Mr mid MIM I II) Iliiinim hll" .-

MIntiirnod| to thnlr, home ,Its .. .J
rt, 'ill luke. (:I'-ni"' ii wlieri' they" STARKE FLA.

I lute vlnlli'il!" than, dauKhler\ .11' II II
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aalIuuuiua, ,;
it .. l'''I:' /6' Icrl rind a, the Garden of .I'tah. cr lTiitcai/ne II ." ..
..thin/ a d.. I .,1' "t the park.

flA11I. FLA.Ti, 'UN evcijvl.i-' -.tile symbols. This will -untions in the hi iwry ol thru will join In welcoming the Qhrlners .t
j h; time the Shrlners' c"" I their families, and friends. The city
|I be gay wrn the Shrine colors tenet In Florida whose clln- :T c famous, Ctecuyue: Eoulaiard, is now celebrating her recovery and 1 tll
j yellow, sir d green and Its irop- I approximate those of '; 's r.fth Avenue broadened and 1[ the completion of some three hundred -" t "y t 1 1s.
beauty'il be enhanced a tnou- wee many details of the : dung 'the; bay front of the city million dollars of public developments -
rttouhen the uniformed Shrine ''bl derived and fullest will become the Slice ot Arabs these Items are the Improvement and '
( lei ii America, come to Miami dur- woe taken of the fact to will carry out the decorative plan I'double-tracking of the Florida East:

th< Hth session, of the Imperial I u-pnssed and appropriate the park and of the city aa a whole. Coast Railway totalling 63 million
nell Ancient Arabic Order. Nobles Bglit the palms in the lighting standards and other dollar, new hotels and apartments
J.11'IGs()N\IMH.: I'I.t.
[the Mystic Shrine on May 1st. and.J1 gl with myriads of works in oriental de- aggregating 150 millions, new public
3rd 1033f bi In the Shrine colors. are planned to provide a setting utilities amounting to 15 millions I '-I'''", %, iron llnrnrtt ........tn.. Pan,.> 5-"'''.'
ay Front Park a part of which Is tug stand from which the isrgea'o will blend colorfully with the and other railway, and steamship developments I'lnnt snit tnril.| KrnnU ....... rhuiiv. n-MMMI'
wn In foreground of the ac official of the Masonic pageant which will be wit amounting to some 80
r' ttograph the Is planned as the tftnperlal Potentate will upon this broad thoroughfare. million. Miami accords not a little
den of Allah.above. The park which Is tr.isslng of the imposing :years ago part of this beautiful of her progress to the encouragement I LLiMBEl'rnnilnjCi
[f In the exotic beauty of palms. of uniformed bodies on which the uniformed Interest and support of the nation ;
|llantly-hued shrubs, and flowers ba Is planned In the form will form this gorgeous parade and at the great convention will seek:
become veritable Garden ofIn Ar mosque. It Is the waters of Biscayne: Bay hav In some meaaura to express her gratl-' '

by the a time of the Bhrlnersvention. .b l six thousand persona been Oiled in at a cost of 3 ft tude. The accommodations for the'' j,.i Siding Hlwtllilnjr, Flooring, Finish, HoofintfIVpicnt Slalt'1C1.>, l.nl It.., llrli k.i Lime.
II | standards reputed In the Shrine ; *. visitor are ample and It 1* believed! .
ughout the The lighting wl'l be masked mil before the opening ,laml i is fully awake to the dis the low rate which ham bn guaranteed -! \ rtasK-r, IHmmVliiilowH' Asphult "'MnICh'14IH..I..... "Shlugliw.
obelisks park other coition It was stated at the to be conferred upon her by. by: the municipality. and eom-j !
(iiteotural while archways contribute and tool 'hesvters la Miami that > tavttittoBBlBff ___venUoD. DM modal bodies will be found to ba- I I i Oril TlttC'KH! ( .%N UKMVF.lt: : DlltKCT: TO YOl'll JOII
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Our friend Benjamin of the Palm Beach Independent pus I It's a pretty god time to forget It. home Sunday after spending a' ders' parents Mr and Mrs. c A.
Bradford County TelegraphESTABLISHED couple of week's with her daughter Pringle Christmas.n. ,

) an invite to the Christmas ]party Joe Earman gave for the If you know of a thing that: will ,* Mrs. Roy Saunders In Jackson S. Rosier was a visitor

IN 1879 children of Palm Beach county. Earman has been workingon darken the Joy i ville.. Starke Sunday afternoon to

1 this tree since the press association meeting at Clermontand Of a man or a_woman, or a girl or Mrs. ]Hester Sapp and son. Co- Hev, '.a. ,A, Donnelly ol Stark
a ha)', i hen were Christmas guests of Mr.
Entered Second Class it proved to be an occasion! never to be forgotten by the filled his Mgulbr! ,fcppointmont her,:
Tin', nun I Published Weekly on Fridays and as That will wipe out a smile, or the and Mrs A. B. Rosier at the state Saturday and Sunday

Matter at the Poet Office at Starke, Florida children least way annoy farm.
Mr. and Mrs.
1o 1\ W.
John \\ II Morgan
A fellow or cause any sadness to and
undid,,it K. S. Matthews______________________Owner and Publisher o cloy Lucille and Eugene For By the children, were visitors to hit(1ccy, 0''
with their sln-

J. C. Hoblnson__________________________Managing Editor I Travers Green, Tampa Tribune's special writer, covering ICs a pretty I good>: time to forget it.LOCAL. spent I'r, Mrs t the Roy holidays Sounder of Jackson- Friday afternoon. 1
the executions at the state prison farm is wasting his ---1'1-- ville. Mr and Mrs Willie HuLim, h
p I and children, also
AL0C talents in writing sob-stories of the last few minutes a convicted Mr. and, Mrs. Carlton Grlffls and mother 'I', II',
SUBSCRIPTION RATE I the week-end with Mrs. J, S (HIIII-,,
criminal spends in his walk from the death cell to the I I IIn children of Glenn St. Mary's spent sler.

Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in, Advance: : time the electricity is :sent, through his body. How many of PENE1VG Ih pm-ents", week-end, Mr. and with Mrs.Mrs.J. W.Grl Wil lII' Mr. and Mrs. James Ho ici, and

Advertising Rules on Application these criminals gave their victims the same chance of living kinson.Mr children, were the holiday 'guests'
I of Mrs. Hosier's .
as the law grants them ? and, Mrs. L. Morgan of Spurr Mrs Sykes of Island parents Grovi Mr, uj,

THE FEDERAL: JUIMJESIIIP o Eugene/>; Matthews, who Is a "In.h'lIt wore visitors 'to Evergreen ondll Mr. Gnunn, Mr. and Mrs J. j; '

of V. M. I., Lexington, Va., I .*' Rosier and children
U. S. Supreme court has ruled that motorists must stop Miss Lucille Forsythe l Is spending Sunday
The widespread sentiment in favor of the appointmentof will arrive todny to upend his .,afternoon with Mr. and Mrt. C A,
before crossing a railway track, and, if necessary, get out C'hrlHtnmH vacation with his par the week In Juckaonvllle the Prlngle.
Circuit Judge A. V, Long to succeed the lamented Judge ,t of her sister Mrs. Hoy Saunders -
and see if the way in ('Ieal"hE'n a man goes upon a rail .ents. Mr. 1111,1Irs! K. S. Matthew Kiic Mr. and( Mrs. A, B. Hosier ,1114
Ithydon Bi\ Cull UH judge of the Federal Court for the Southern Owing>: to the breaking>; out of In- little son, Rudolph, were ,, .
road track he knows that he goes to a place where he will be Mi-, and Mrs. R. L. Lee and sou.Mr. VI; rh
cordial and sincere I'anllle paralysis among/>; the students to Evergreen Saturday ,
District of Florida i is nowhere more killed if a train comes upon him before he is clear of the track they wero placed under and Mrs, Jess Saunders and -a-- ''II,:

kf than in Starke, Judge Long's old home town, where he has lie knows that he must stop for the train, not the train stop (quarantine postponing/>: date of daughter, of Clay loimty. wE'rulhe Durtow--New Masonic T mpic)

been known from his very early boyhood. A host of friends uu'in Ion. Ho will be In Sturke until /guest>; of Mesdunu-H, Lea and Saun- built at cost of $75,000 delI|, u.'d.
for him, says part of the decision.
here who have known him intimately through the changingscenes o Jan, llth.

of an unusually active life, first as young barrister, One of the jurymen on the Bennett murder case, informed our roundH a few days ago>: weIropped

admitted to practice before reaching his majority ; then as Into the olllco of the Bradford -
and hic-
us the other day, after a few preliminary staggers The
County Telegraph/>:
dashing! young officer in the volunteer army that sprang into cups, that he did not think the defendant should serve a sin- Te'lfgriiph IH one of the bright>:

being. almost over-night at the call of President McKinleywhen gle day for the murder he committeed. No one cares to see weeklies of Florida and has long'

war with Spain threatened us ; then as legislator, faith- \been one of our favorite exchanges/>:
innocent in guiltyparty
an person's liberty placed jeopardy nor a We found 1. C. !Robinson, general
ful to the trust reposed in him then as able and aggressive
but to of
escape the punishment he deserves, a juror manager and Kirk Lewis IIno'YlW -

prosecuting attorney for the eighth judicial circuit ; and latterly this type! the word "justice" means nothing. More care shouldbe operator, busy us bee on a

as one of the ablest and most reverred of that school of used in in Bradford Christmas edition. Kirk happens
selecting men for jury duty county. to be proud father now. Baby
circuit judges who nave dignified and adorned the bench of
Granville Kirk Lewis came
Florida, would be profoundly gratified to see his maturer years to gladden his home November

and ripened ability crowned by an appointment to the Federal !th-) Jasper News.

bench.If FROM OTHER PENSNext On 10 Monday evening Mrs. Salome -

President Coolidge finds pleasure in the pleasing of I I I Malnes, I instructor of district

others as we have no doubt he does he has the unity :No. 8 of the Order of the Eastern
_n t Star, accompanied by the Misses Let us be glad for the good things that 1927 brought us
received a in the appointment of Judge Long to please the people of a Estelle: Ho
the Kathryn Epperson. en-
year being leap year probability, does not Improve LakeCity's
toembers apartment whole state. girls can go and 1 call on the boyawithout chance of soon getting u berg" and Margaret/>: Townsend, attended Let us: forget everything unpleasant

o any embarrassment.Duhlonega .- post office building, a site for a meeting of the Starke I
correct wad which chapter and acted as /grand>; marshal -
((Ill ) Nugget. has already been
,peWm.. M January 1 is the dead line for 1927 auto tags.o ---0TlmosUnlon Lake City Reporter. selected. In Installing officers, \Miss Ver- Let us start 1928 with the best of wishes for all

nIL Dullard, associate grand matron -
paragrapher says ---"-
PrizeFrom Our New Year resolution ; Not to smoke any more Christmas that Paris claims the richest police Kdiicntlon; Pajn.-There Is no of the order of Gainesville, Let us strive to be worthy of the good-will and contin-
being Installing officer Miss Mona
cigars for one In the world. Bet he's nothing room for any more prisoners at the
year. Alderman acting/>: as grand organistand
like up In the class of U. S, A. state farm. But little
o to do for Mrs. Anna Eutabrook Gaines- ued patronage of our friends
sheriffs since those already received.
And the
e Bradford county growers furnished strawberries for stepped In.-Mclntosh News. chalngang convicts are so large ville being grand chaplain.-Union

singers th Christmas dinner this year. 0- I that counties working them do not County Times. These are our resolutions for 1928!rI

Agnes Dm Starke Telegraph has bet a hat pay other counties anything for
o The New River Baptist Association
on Hathaway We Wauchula folks them. We understand that one
I>Evan of The Telegraph is in the capable hands of the office flapper are willing to bet a car on Carl-, of the prisoners recently sent off/' car of are provisions planning and to assemble clothing to a

first placedltlon : Wauchula Advocate. Loyalty from Lumpkin Is
and the printer's devil this week. ton.- doing bookkeep- be sent to the orphans home at
of Is something everyone ad-: ing. So If there are young men ._ _. ,
o Arcadia. The car will be at the
Starke Telegraph. Loyal' who do not to be law
Th1 mires.- expect abid-
Cvo tlon. Another New Year is ahead of you. May it be. a heavyone though hatless-Tampa Tribune ing they had better !get an education then siding moved at Lacrosse to Starke for one nd left day heret and

your and the days to follow prosperous ones. -0- first so they can get an easy railway siding for one day Jan-
t: Job. It not they will catch
women America like Gaul, Is divided the
6th. All farmers and
o devil.-Dahlonega Ga. uary I Here are moderate prices for Utmost Tire Quality.
two The dries ; ( ) Nugget.
their terrr Into camps. say chants and all Interested In help-
Avery Powell missed his two quarts (strawberries) for
prohibition prohibits; the wets say
cant from I Ing this fine Institution In feedingand I
Christmas by not answering telephone call. that they never had more liquor In ,!I Cold] In n..rlCl.-The weather clothing nearly 200 orphanswill Goodyear Tires are made by the w' rld's largest tire

thirty tnl a the history of legislation that both grew colder Monday night, freez- bring their goods to the car I

tO <:OBBt.A sites are satisfied.-DeLand Sun. ing out a wedding which was on on January 6th and 7th. It Is
Tampa firm advertised their special brand of for builder. Because of Goodyear Sup twist Cord theyare
boardIng eggs The dries are exaggerating and the the map 'bI'Rldlerpntlng so mmch hoped that we will be able to have .
such a' eggnog, but failed to say where the kick could be found. wets ure prevaricating.-Palm Ice that It stopped the wheel) of food and clothing to the total I I I

Beach Independent.And he electric plant, throwing the value of $1000 In the car by Friday remarkably dependable for large, heavy cars.
Homer an o -0-' town In total darkness. Next night. Each church will be
i j
toned In t Medical men say: comic strips' help heal the sick. One how about Sweet Adeline as morning the themometor rels- credited with what It !gives and /

ten voter also begins to show the effect of age when they-discard the I the official song for the Florida I tered at 15 and we had to take u same will go to the credit of the OUR SERVICE, supplied by train quick-serving tire

funnies. I'allAClruphersTimesUnion.. Or |I hammer and, child to get our well missionary budget for the churchesso

mated atcontest. "We won't go home 'till morning. 'lid loose before we could get any contributing. Do not forget the I men, saves time, lengthens milea makes per mile 1

o Bradford County Telegraph. | water. The only thing we saw was date. Plan now to give nil you

lowing! fn An exchange says that December 21st was the shortest "Sweet Adeline" always precedes j.the moon as it peeped up, but It can and, tell your neighbor about tire cost low.Supreme.
of ""'e won't go home Hill morn- ''contained, no beat, and was too It. Let's fill up the ('nr. so kindly
the count days the year. And the shortest month is between note- i
ing."--Florida State News. Hinull to give but little light. So it donated by the S. A. L. Hallway
First S due days. -0- 'Imade things unpleasant Hut how See notice In this l Issue

tuition- o Congressman H. A, Green has Introduced are we going to help ourselves.

Second, Being fully of the effect Christmas u bill In congress.asking Dahlonega (Ga.) Nugget. I Servile
aware spirits on some,
ultton-f, for twelve new federal buildingsIn -0- StationNO.

Tnnclnco, the Gainesville Sun Sunday obligingly printed its radio pro- Florida All ambitious program: This taking of pot shots at news- CENT A WORD) I

Ore upside down. Indeed K our congressman
bift papers because they don't do Just
Third, o gets one real Hlzeuble building for what every fellow wants done Is 2 I/ PHONE 83 ,I II
!uILinn4Chicago'i Florida t this l session he can count getting to be quite( fashionable.Even COLUMN
"Fons Hathaway May Succeed Dr. Murphree present ,It.
himself lucky.-Ocala Star. the esteemed Tom Costello, LOSTSilver trimmed fountain I
day headline. "Fons Hathaway Succeeds Martin headlinefor -o--
AshovlUaj\ 1 Tampa brigand and murderer. Is pen lost on Walnut street Return -
Fourth, day after the primary. one tarmer tells of having a dissatisfied. In fact he was quiteKramerosque to Mrs. F. F. Stump. It.
i llcily ofjultl V mule he had no use for. He swap --his last words as

Klan o ped, the mule for two bales of hay, he took his place on the "hot seat" FOR RENT-Furnished apart -

Fifth ,)) Something for the next legislature to do:: Give fishing and having no use for the bay being: "I hope you damn newspaper ment.Irs.' Hamrlck, South -

Ems! of I and hunting privileges only to millionaires. The 1927 session without the mule borrowed< the men are satisfied now," as Walnut St., Starke. It*
animal until It had eaten the hay, he turned to a newspaper correspondent -
It-ttt ofRec( made a good start in that direction.0 ha
returning It back to the owner who had been particularly FOR SALE-One Ford Truck and

-- ----- And that's Just I the way a lot of active In running to earth the Ford Car. Quigley & Davis 12-

"1,000 Boxes They May Be Eaten or Mixed," headlinein farming Is done.-Times-Union. condemned man and his pal. In 30-2t.
---0- other words Mr. Costello wasn't
I Eustis Lake Region. Sweet gum wood makes a good des- Did you ever kiss a girl? Did, she satisfied He hail hud too much J.OST--Two black mare mules; 1

sert after a hearty meal of oak or pine. stand. on her right foot and raise publicity. -- Tallahassee State brown mare mule. Last seen
her left foot to the rear when you News. near Theressa, }'Ia, Please. notify -
V ---o-- kissed. her? Then why do they always n. Booth & Co., Green Cove
State road department should be petitioned to eliminate -
do that way In the movies? Springs. Fla. 12-30-2t-
the' three railroad crossings and five curves! on state road 13 Center Times Will some The St. Augustine Record Is of a
Clay the opinion that "most automobile ........................
between Starke and Hampton by building a cut-off. of the Shleks of the state press .
kindly elucidate. ?--P. II. A., In trulllc regulation up to date Is RVEROKKKNMm. : .
o Tlnies-Vnlon. Yes No. She sits child's play compared with the tt (: F. A, Rosier Cor.) A
A Starke fisherman speckle perch fish her simple but effective signals which .
enjoying a supper In the automobile and keeps govern all the railroads. In the .......*..*.............
out on a lake, expressed his sentiments thusly!! : "I wish I fingers c'ro99p.I.--l'rlntpr's. evll. country" The trouble In some Mrs. J. S. Rosier and Leslie Mc- You nd Your

had a throat two miles long and a palate every inch." "Chicken--0-thieves are runningriot cases Is that the automobile regu-t Clellun Tuesday were visitors to Starke

104.S 'lation laws are not observed or
over the land Keep your gun
o Mrs. Maggie Forsythe returned
S enforced. A policeman ought to /
ready hut never shoot without Ne Year
Sometimes when a crook is set free you can't help feel- calling to know who the IntruderIs. be able to see a car with glaring -

ing that he was tried by a jury of his peers-as the law re A good Idea Is to have your headlights>: parked at night, and to I. I I

quires.-Eustis Lake Region. Must have been listening in !gun 1 loaded with one charge of hear the running of an engine In n '.
small\ shot and. one of heavy shot. vacant car parked. on the streetIn STARKE I
on a bootlegger's trial. the day time. It Is to We thank f
It the prowler offers/ resistance "give possible I TEN; YJonGO: TODAY you your generous pat-
o him the load of heavy shot If he Bee children
Down state paper told of a truck being overturned when runs just sprinkle him nicely with: In most cities the main test to you our -
.' !get n certificate to drive Is to give and in bility
it ran over a bump caused by a big sweet potato in the ground.A the small shot. -Mclntosh News. the $1 fee. Railroads subject engineers ('01. and Mrs. A, Z. Adkins and 01 to serve you.
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Bradford county farmer had to move his barn in order to The state of Florida Is showing who operate locomotives family Luwtey were visiting relatives In And now, as th ]Id year passes, and
excavate 'later in slow progress" In Its tight againstthe confined to a track to all kinds of whistles
one piece- physical and mental tests.Things Prof. Thos. J. Poppell. principalof and be [and the blowing of
tick, There Is little If any, excuse -
o for this slow battle to rid the -- at the Titusville Brevard County High Seohol horns herald th oming of 1928, we

Avery Powell and Phil Armstrong should design a Christ-. state of one of Its greatest pests. I to Forget spent Christmas In !
I Starke with his parents \Mr. and extend to the sincerest
mas cover for Florida papers. A Florida kid would hide under Of course there la opposition to If you see a tall fellow ahead of Mrs. J. Ii. Poppell.Mrs. you yours
the move as there always Is to any a crowd, of Good Wish for Happiness and
the bed for a week should he run into a snowbank as p W. A, Colley and son's
..-- progressive move, but the day has A leader of men, marching fearless Drayton and Carr and little
tured on this year's holiday covers. arrived when Florida should and and proud. Lois went down Tuesday to- Success.

o ought to stand tick-free. It will And you know of a tale whose Fort Meade to visit Mrs. Mable I
GOOf come some time; In the meantime mere telling aloud
Starke Telegraph has bet a hat on Hathaway. We Wau- Florida will pay a huge annual I Would cause his proud head to In Gillespie.Mrs. Lorenzo D. II
cd Greene I
chula folks are willing to bet a car on Carlton.-Wauchula tribute In dollars and cents to the .' anguish be bowed the holidays In Mayo with spent her

HEY Advocate. You both may lose.-Palm Beach Independent. tick.-Plant City Enterprise. It's a pretty good place to forget mother, Mrs. L. A. Dees. I
-oCongreesman It. BRADFO OUNTY BANK
Y r.coteaD 1 We're protecting our hat by betting the office cat on Catts.o R. A. Green recently Miss Mrs. J. L. Frazee and daughter
Miriam of New York, are
the A i Introduced a bMI' In congress If you know of a skeleton hidden spending the holidays with
relatives -
&Unit'an 01 Ex-service men and women in Florida, 5,000 in number, asking for appropriations for fed- away In Starke. Bradford Count! Financial Stronghold
eral buildings In eleven North In a closet and guarded and 1
DOtedDr. kept Messrs. A, V. Long and \V. L.
stand to throw
in compensation
$7,000,000 adjusted ,
\IV away Florida cities. The bill was referred from the day, Wall motored to Bronson last

tour certificates unless action is taken before December 31, is a to a committee In charge of In the dark and whose showing, Monday on a business trip. I: STAR, FLORIDAr

t garts statement by the commander of the Florida department, such matters. The bill Included a whose sudden display Mrs. H. C. Richard Is spnotMng I

.. American Legion. $300.000 federal building for Lake Would cause grief and sorrow and the week with her eon F. B. Lane 'II
City This bill however In all lifelong dismay. at Camp Wheeler. I

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