Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 14, 1928
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
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System ID: UF00027795:02363
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COURT CLERKS ANNUAL Record Crowd ( State Forest Tick Eradication Work

2 Weeks to Christmas SESSION JACKSONVILLE Hears OpeningOf Fires DestroyHuge Begins IIere: In March 'I

Bok TowerKi Acreage --- -
Ont)}' Four I iifrsl.nl!IOIIM 'olln.1 iiiTwclte

The state association of court show that lame county Predicament Of Ciiiintli'M In \\ lililioik
reports) Korotrr Tells of Ili'tny I....." ln! .1i .
,. For II
clerks met today In annual session )" ('C1I1It. "" nil 1"11 \\ Started 1,111
have been negligentof
In Jacksonville Bradford county governments Near "4anvtunr)'. Year In l'loilila.Tallahassee. Railroads Laid I'Ilwlll/l./ r
I each
their duties and urge
being represented by Mr G. W. Alderman
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of Starke. At this meetIng such to turn over clean records to Edward "'. lick's singing tower Dec.) 7.-Approximately To Bus Lines Tho tick program will gel underway

1The problems coming to the attention those assuming responsibility on Is responsible! for the largest gathering 13,000,000 acres of Florida In six counties with next: ,
of clerk of the various timberlands are burned over !
) counties
January next; at the same time"I of human beings ever to congregate released
Is brought to the attention of that In one place in the state annually from came 11,0001'1'1\ That Is ViewpifwiM.I: |i)' Tin March, according to report -
and shall later
the gathering and the mutter now urge see of Florida. which occur over the state, lluiry 1"1..1,1111. l l Of NOHlllMllttS from the ofllce! of Or T.V..

threshed out. At this session 1 the I those records are kept clean. The man who has spent yesand Lee Baker !state! forester estimates )'Hit-Ill. <'ole, Jacksonville Inspector la i

newly elected! clerks will attend: i TAX PRIVILEGE do not like behalf United States depart-
millions of dollars III In figures compiled at (ho charge of tho 1
for the first time and from the t "Iload" President Leigh R. Powell or {
the words "tax burden" or
his efforts at
of world) peace saw state forestry department here ment of agriculture, bureau of animal -
of the veterans Seaboard Air Line, speaking!
experiences secure the :
or anything which Indicatest the creation of bounty crownSunday Fires, he said run wild In the lad eatry's tick bat IIa( lu co-op-
a foretaste of what Is before them Dec. 2, by the atmenibly before the tW lIly-lIf1h annual contention
avoided woods of the state.
of Health lat u tax is something to be piney :
Florida Livestock
Ship ration with the
during their first four years as a (
of a mass of humanity such as Is In the literature prepared\ to educate of physician and surgeons
,' Is Santa'i Flagship public officials In the capacity of or) evuded. A tax is the payment : Sanitary Heard This group consists ,
seldom seen In the entire country. Florldluus to the necessitylire for of the !Soubourd'\ at Orlando, t'x1II'tIIMl'll '
clerk of the court.Governorelect made for receiving the benefits There were thousands who could prevention measures In wood the view that, some of I the of that portion of Uuval county -

_. _. -- Doyle Carltonwas of protection In property and not'get; close enough to Iron mountain ed areas the state forester says In burden of to the north and west ot the '
have felt the
-- -- Invited to address the meeting rights, Inherent in organized society. and Mountain lake even to the average year, forest tires destroy railroads which have bit. Johns river; Bradford, Clay. :

( today, but other engagements; prevented It Is a privilege to pay a hear the massive chimes In the $8,000,000 worth of young traffic lost uall to bus over lilies the country. Nassau, Levy and Ullchrlst coun I

his appearance. Ills e absence 'tax In order to maintain government huge carillon Mr. Bok has put growth. Fires "scars" develop Into sprung |result In Increased rates ties.

preventing him from attending ; however, it !Is not a privIlege there a memorial to his grandpa. "cat-faces" on merchantable and Thin may possible extinction ,of Home Dr. J. U. Wlrthlln. federal in* ,J

in person, he addressed the following to pay an, uneven or an I excessive ents.' t timber, he declared, aiul-are'fertllo I smaller lines, due tp what was specter who has the Duval county
to the an unnecessary tax; nor spots for damaging; fungi nail In has
communication or No matter what route one choseto termed unfair competition. preliminary work In hand,

t clerk's association, believing It Is It a privilege to maintain a Lake Wales Sunday afternoon lIe'ls.Mr. "Public automobile und t bus found thirty-eight available vats

necessary to bring to their attention wasteful government In citycounty or. he found himself in a stream of Bilker also estimates that lines for passenger and freight for line! lu the spring: Dr. J. P.
0t many matters that they will I I or state.OPINIONS one-way traffic, and shortly after 97 per cent of the fires are. man-3 transportation lIave::1I )r\lnlt up 1 over Muck found twenty such vats in

loses Its Doors be called upon to face. during 1 th NEEDED-The exact 4 o'clock when Anton Drees I began caused and' preventable. Only caused night; In every section of I the Bradford county and constructedsix
t I Butler's Pharmacy, corner Call coming four years: facts brought out In relation to the first concert on the big, per cent, it was stated are country, with the public paying! more vat during I the month or
Enough growth
and Walnut streets, closed its To the Florida Association ot each county will not be made public brass bells put there by the famous by destroyed lightning. every year young In Florida for their rlghta-ot-way, while t the November; Dr. D. 11. Pellette hat

Friday, creditors of the concern Court Clerks In session at Jacksonville present, but they will be submitted publisher, he*was fortunate to build 100,000 .,,Ix-room railroad of the United States are found seven available vats In Clay
taking over the stock fixtures ,December 14th 1928 : to the legislature or to any get within -miles of the tower. houses, each containing 16,000 compelled to pay for ,their own' county and Dr. II. F. KeKrn, twen

attained In the building. You greatly honor me by Invlt- group specifically assigned to 1 1ronsfderatloa"of the The concert Itself, however, remarkable board feet timber, had it been allowed roadbeds, rails" crossings: ; and, ty-six vats In Nassau county. Inspectors -
Seaboard president
r-9""riLbtws l ill@/ t lli lake imil IB:your c.on,; '' these matters' by It was, was of no more to mature, he says. right-of-way, the have not as yet made a>

I| Corpus j rot'eN1ingsIn vehtlon.\ 1 regret It Is Impossible\ the- I legislature.) 1 can most solemnly concern to j h i$ thousands!! of visitors Continuing his warning against said. Including- the railroads thorough surveyor the Ullcbrlst

a habeas corpus proceedings for me to be present, but in view assure my fellow-citizens than the cfowd'Hself.! In fact, forest fires, the state forester "The" public Powell, continued "has and Levy county areas l It wag laid
ttlore! Judge A. Z. AdkIns Wed* of the important relationship through yon that wllh'theIr cooperation It" was welt In the night when the says: Mr. U> pay the taxes I During the month ot November

letday the two children oil Mr, and which you gentlemen hold to county "somiU lb, will be done" last of those attracted to'the beautiful "Destroy the baby ireen. and ben called 10 upon mnatruct. the highways :; j only four! lutentntloua!I In thre t'Illardtl

Krs. Garfield Johns of Hampton, government, and'In view of t my affecting the fiscal! l fctiltoofc trf' both sanctuary were able to turnthe' there will be no forests. Keep fire necessary which( the truck and bus were found In twelve, counties i I)

11 I II
Johns while the case Is under ctddertton. state, I ask you to carry back to This Is not the time'to' Any Vhal I it was eatlnialtrt() that "the cars A .crop ot timber, net* may and regulation, ply their wan. under way Two Infestations '

Final disposition of I the your counties the general tvuor of shall be done; for I have no tilt '* alottd ul'f'lIded .25,000" Idle Arena: Ttiliilrii with the railroads I were lu Baker county and two fit.Vjilon ..

cue 111be\ made next Wednesday.TumpuHUirkcChlcaKO I his Kitor.! ions as to the power which- will The inasslvo! tower visible for a "..:very Idle acre Is n burden upon trams which competing for a century._ have( two of the four counties In*,,

f NCY.--, A:* you when I am permitted to the and society[ work with tha"Rprlng.
OUR EMEI vent In me great distance from every highway owner upon been the backbone of the state and which active began

i you are aware, there Is .a feellnK Ukn office an governor. The leg leading to the Dok nanctuory, There are 10.000,000 Idle acres nation." "v Ten countless Including

Following a schedule placed In all over Florida In relation( to tit*' islatftro and the governor are called ,I, was a disappointment- to hundret .. In Florida as a result\ of forest fires __. the other two of the 1928 lineup

tfect! last week ,the Blue Bus lines es and tax methods that "some upon to lead in/ many matters" They had expected to hear the bells and dVorcultlng, H..oadVprk were flee of the evidence of ticks

uw make connection in Jacksonville thing must be done" While taxes but they can only act unanimously Ifor many miles--20 miles many ot "Shatter In essential to most wild State according to the report. The two

with the Greyhound lines have been wltli the human family when public J'.nlollllllslalns them. ''them said--but because they could tame and bird life. Forast lira couiitlett were: Suwannee and Columbia -
operatingbetween Chicago and to since the.begglnnlrig 6t stable government ; Consequently, Invite through you not get within about three miles ot burn Up this shelter, destroy nasts I bit., Halted By while,the other eight were

Tampa on the West Coast and MIami and while tax questions-" all thinkers on the subject of Flor !I the Immense structure, they heard eggs young; quail and turkey. released as tick freed territory on

011 the East Coast The Greyhound may be urgent in otner} state, it ida's tax sltuatlod-., write me t nothing. sides many beneficial Insectivorous "Mate( hood I Iun| 'Intent IK ltlorkily ...l December Irhe eight 'ollntlel4are

line operates a line of bus- happens that they are peculiarly giving their moAt deliberate | All along the shores of the birds.i fertilizer, nltro- Court, : Hamilton, Jefferson' Lafayette

!id equipped with berths and the urgent In Florida, because under thought ou those things that are'i beautiful. labs; men, women and i i "The Invaluable be Incorporated with Leon, Madison, Taylor. WakulIn .-
run Is made with stops only Iseals. for the excitement' tha boom counties essential 'to 'I the state's flnanclaf I children sat for hours awaiting: / theI ', the ,soil cannot if the humus Is burned up. Tallahassee, Flu., Dec. II.'- -The and. Dixie counties, making nil h

and municipalities[ \ undertook health. I also Invite all newspapers I beginning of the concert. When Fire is one of 1 the factors whit(' order of the circuit\ court for" [.8011 of Florida to the west of the Snwunnee -

Remodeling-- \ .))rug HtClrt' I an immense development In public to continue to open thelrcol- \1r. Urees tUI\edthe\ hour on the'. lend to take Iho 1'fe! from the soil. county t restraining the state rOllctd"pltrlmellt river out) of the tick quarantine

& I works and in private enterprise umim to very definite discussions j' 11-toii tenor bell, not more than "Uunice fires perpetuate the un- from letting contracts with the exception, of a few

Work was started by Smith I The collapse of the boom left us in of city, county and state problems. 1 halt of the great curavan that went deslrublo grasses stud prohibit the nn road and bridge; projects In viir- herds I In Leon county, under strict
Thompson Monday on remodeling counties with tremendously DEFINITE QUi'JSTlONS-ln order able to Florida reached of the federal authorities )
many of our I from all Florida had been desirable ones, thereby preventing cilia sections of Inspection
or t the former Corpening'a DrugStore heavy financial're"lloI1811- that any letters sent me In get within hearing. range cattle from obtaining Halls- the department today us bid for the report Indicated.In \ .

the front of the building be- billtles that are reflected taes Tampa[ may fall Into certain well- Ai the contest; continued, aulo- factory fall and winter feed, new work were being taken. tho final work countle.I"de. ..- t

ug torn out to allow for placing ot the present moment No one, defined lines and thus be easily ,I mobiles were left at the roadside "On unburned land trees grow The order was Issued yesterdayby Franklin, Oadsden and Oult

',llle1 l beams. Plate glass wln- In particular Is to blame, and yet analyzed, I Invite opinions on one land hundred walked- -some as far much faster than on burned land, Judge; Love on petition ot Mark ninety-five i """Infestations were

401\81\111 be set In. the front willI everybody, Is to blame. In the or all of the following questions\ :. as' five mllos-through the big They are not so defective and they W. Monroe, Quliicy FU, bunker. found In two herds< on !It.: Vlnpfinfii

to I> stuccoed and the Interior i idnished. re- emergency: It seems fit to address What ate the defects of our assessment sanctuary, across the Mountain yield a larger percentage of high-; The complainants alleged! that the Island In Franklin county, and ono t

myself to the 'public before enterIng -,. system, and how can they lake golf, course, to sa point with grade lumber. department )had already let contracts Infestation oue herd was found, 1'1'

EI'lulJe ('1111)0 Meeting T(xlay on my duties In Tallahassee. be corrected? What aro the defects In' ew.rshot of the singing tower "YMi dtmtfny the 'beauty Bpois !beyond Us means to tiny and la hilt county, Oadsden and Uade. tt,

Members of the Starke Exchange FHOCUESSIVK RESEARCH of our tax collecting system, From the first 'l sound'ot! t the bells < ot Florida wllfii' you burst them that a number of those let had thg former formally) released atl
priVlleKa) to assure you and how can they be corrected? black and desolate:, Tile* luiiflat In the annual December 1, wero ,
Cub have been requested to methhsmot'nng It Is my through "Lead Kindly been provided for lek free with .
: 10:30 o'clock, at the that the only mmnd basis Cur "do- What are the defects of our tax- DeelllOVPll'rf 'Minuet luQf seeks nature.!) garden unhurhlaii budget. without Infestations! ,'
offloe of Col. J, L. Frazne to confer Ing something" lied been quite )' ales system: (Including certification "The Volga noat SongillI sricl by man. Hun't l drive Mm away.of the lllmkrf IMiuitt A \total of 225 vats were used In

plans for the club for the carried on since the primary d<3* of the state) and how should equally difficult selection, "Aeven yllveler\ cent of timber The court order restrain the department the sixteen counties where dipping
of growing a crop
coming half year. H, C. Wall sec- cistern of last June and up until the they bit corrected? What should be the crowd marvelled that Mr.lick's problem Florida Is to prevent'foreMt from letting contracts ont was under way during the month

wary of the club announces tWa prevent time. Each county hi the done (Of counties to help ,existing dream had become a reality., la" t those projects for which bids were according tfi tho report iDI.t'rlt i
fires. _
Seating to be one of Importance to( state has been visited. Its exact needs and improve fiscal method ? !Mr. Bok, hlmeslt accompanied ) | I 'I A '..._-_. ll_ received about two weeks ago but I'llllisrPIIMMI ::
I' :
lie future of the club and urges a financial condition as of the date \\'hrtt classes 6t property bear too by a number ot personal friends, I'Wl'TO; V\M Dist.: .: ilepurtment officials said, It does : W! II. .r

toll attendance of the membership. of the visitation has been recorded heavy and what rlaHses too highporfk sat meditatively nearby, apparently prolllblt the opening of bids\ / today --

torn and day by day my ofllce has a +n of taxes? How can, we unmoved by jhe( clamor of applause The shipment of 1029 lul to mobile not for iiroposfld new work, ul- ,,| \\\'IIY ut Mm lit1. MiimluySlioit /a

Inolher 1' Remodeling been placed in possession of the approach the Ideal ot having; each that followed each nutiber.) tags tor Itradfurd county arrived though It will block plans for letting Follow lug lllniMH.Orern I .

Th \Voodbrldge building, on fiscal condition as well as varied mature peftum In the state* contribute The carillon, the largest In last week and have linen contracts on It.
the inicr of Call and Walnut ad- These Springs Hoc 7, I
county. eciultabty toCsil7TIIHEE Cove
by to the tax
opinions, county appeared almost too massive stored In a vault awaiting the opening for which bids. wereoponed
',.ilns the theatre, has been distant' .... At'fOMS-In rondWtIng The projects Friends In Clay county und other
, to respond td the touch of anyone [ day-Saturday, Minx Miirguret recently and specifically referred
!il to allow for remodeling therein. The Quick being locked research regarding the Florida Htiftlonit of northern Florida worn f
but Mr. Drees fingers controlfo Long, tttata tug distributor, to In the I'esll'alnltlorder/ the death otMr.
01' ; of
th front and converting; Into prevented Its belntaken! tax situation; nertlon axioms ofllce In the shocked learn I
her "
lo tore buildings. entrance i to tft. >d the.key In a manner almost will maintain roll1Ps: II. C. Priest, which occurred InSturko
tbe outside store will be on the IMny ut Ill {li K<'li<>..\ seem to be beyond putet: : ut r bell vable. The fact that four 'mk Really Company building, hoard No, t. Rscambla county; : Sunday. Mr. Priest mad

' wner New" awnings will be placed "Her Companionate Marriage. 1. In our advanced'civillzatior( complete,/) tuvell: could'be reached where car owners may secure their road Nc1, Madison county; roud hi Is home In Green Cove Springs. 11
Itsel Into
on both front and side of the buildIng three-act comedy drama, will be property resolves many made possible the presentation ot tags for the new year. No. Ii. Bit wanuse county (two projects and went to Starko about threw ;;
School e asses.' for ordinary The law requires that every hia 25 Hendry county he taken sick. ,
Geo Schneider of Gainesville, presented at the High composition" too difficult ).; road No. w eeks ago when was
night by 2. The same rate of taxation vehicle in be registered for1license road No. 4 )brow condition was not considered 'II
Ia' "ontractor. building on Christmas chlmeM *-+. tor use ( throe projects) ; At first his
lo\'allalent, under directionot Mr. cannot apply to all classes of prop The tower made of native 1'0qulnn tag annually, such registration ard county (threo projects) ; road to tm) serious, but lie steadily -

('OUlltl')' Comrs to Town Hobt. F. Demorest The very capable erty. rock U in motif typically to take effect on the first day No, B, Carlotto county; roud No row worse until the end came.

A lersey cow ambled eastward cast of local players Is made 3. Property which may be ,Uv- oridan. Immense gargi1 lea otthe of January of each year. It Is unlawful 24, Oceania county, and road No. "Put" I'rlust, as he was familiarly I

( *ova' Call street Sunday afiernon, up from the membership1 nt the en a a arbitrary value for assessment flamingo, the crane, and oUier to drive or operate a motor 4 t, Palm stench county. called was born at Helmore, ln?

edging (he usual Sunday traffic Junior Woman's Club and Include purposes) la the counties of native birds--!Mr. Uok'i''partlct! vehicle in this state without are Puvnl hood thin county, thirty-four years ago; ',

the streets with the practiced' some ot the best talent to be.found Florida U not assessed at full value hobby--ornament the structure V having secured a title certificate Projects for which bids were received the son of Mr. It. C and Mrs. Idela ;

Me of a veteran. Scorning the In Starke. An added attractionwill as required by law chiefly because mora than 200 teat above the f,r same and having said motor today are on road 16 InCitrus Priest, and he spent his entire lift I

"fflc regulations, she held to theater be a beauty chorus of ten of : the state \levies a uniform ground, yedifta properly registered for Itcens county; road 65, Alachua: In this community, with the exception

of the street like the fire Starke's prettiest girls In several mlllage: on valuation fixed by the I It'l*'not yet wholly complete. Asmall Jal' State license 'ln poc-< road 5-A) ; Lafayette; road 50, of short sojourns. In the adjollllng r (
several counties. Therefore, In where
:""tine answering an alarm. Red jazz numbers. Mr. Demoresk isputting values bit of scaffolding still remains tors' aMVsd by county and city police Hamilton; road 10, Leon and Waltu1a county' of Bradford, I,

iaal lights meant nothing In her the players through a I proportion as one county and-some of the rooms Inside ofltc""lrf when, necessary. enforce \ road 90), Walton county androad his wlfe'i people lived.

Joting life and a Cadillac automo- thorough training and "Her, Corn its property higher than another,, the tower are unfinished. The the motor vehicle license andtitle ;4 t, Duval. Aboat twelve years ago he married
it to- they state. Consequently of Starke,
"Ie! pays more Mis Myrtle GrlflU,
allowed her undisputed cross panlooate Marriage" will be one I studio of carillonneur is finIshed certificate fowl. Dr. Fons A. ffathaway, thalrman -
the counties,, to protect threo childrenI
lug at Call and Walnut as she held ot the leading holiday features. butt Mr. ftott's private study In order to register an automobile of the departiA<%lIt, In A' statement and to the union
themselves against paying an undue lluth, Ella and Juanlta,
dlly east with an occasional remains! to' ba completed for tag the owner" of samemust today, said net 8M1 weremany I I born
C flush l U Oil proportion' of- state: taxes holddown all of whom are living Mr Priest
nte at the store windows on Althogether- the tower and thebell. present proof of ownership.! of the proposed contracts affected hismother .
busy and then of his ,
are their valuation survived by
**" local merchants l III also
"de Although equipped The is weigh mffto toll It rises In case of a new car which has financed entirely by countyand of Hampton !,
things In readiness necessity levy a high' millage forcounty r Mrs. Idela Priest
tk the usual.runnngnot lights and this week getting rush. The 105 feet, twoinches, above its not been previously registered, thisproof federal funds, but that another brother, Mr. Emory V. f fl'rll'lIt
purposes.FOUNDATIOIf I one
ferro' ii tits female possessed an ef- for the holiday already srnK Tii foundations andby graduallyInging must be a bill of 'sale fromthe consideration of the department ; assessor of taxes of Clay ,
. 'e voice majority of the stores are form aod- tapering lines dealer who sold eke car. If andlabor R
and used it advent- and w1l1make I ask to take back to each'of s was the cost of materials county and one III"terIre! Jes&lWilson "
decorated you
, ** ''a clearing her passage beautifully take notice.tcbelt's your counties my poaltlv- assurance becomes octagonal-at the top. Mr.Bok the, rar has been previously registered which made contract letting of Lake Worth. li
) rough: the tramc. any passerby built It for beauty and surely then the owner must present practicable at this time. Mi. Priest was a universal favorite.
which is always that as the fiscal sowuliiessot t.
.. e Drug Store he has reached bl.-purpo... I I his title certiflctfte' or a properly 'The department" Dr. Hathaiway lie was of a cheerful disposition
decorated lie at
I'iw Florida must very rootofits
Dr IH'tIUI.o and Pecans one of the prettiest The opening concert was Informal. assigned title certificate from some said, "Is cleaning up theyear's / generous In his estimate
0 prettier fuither development; is alubject I
J L. Haynes had hl. Ford stores In town has an even I. The formal dedication, will previous owner and also the littleyellow work. The contracts recently of men loyal to his friends, an Indulgent
with shall not shr'lnk fromputting
IIIIt car stolen late ,Wednesday window display this year, ) be held Feb. 1, when the builder registration card showtngthat scheduled to be let were Intend father and a loving husband.

let t of last week from the alley Its decorations of small Chrlstma to the front during.th entire expects to have President Coolldgevisit ; license tag was Issued for theprevloue ed to start the first of the year. His will be a hard place In
1eeen effects four of myadminhtra-
Ite his home and the adjacent trees, varl-coiored lighting years Iron Mountain. year. If a car has been ,Not to let contracts now would Interrupt the affairs of life to fill.Fora .
Tioerg property. No trace oft etc., and In this window many attractive tion; for neither the members In the meantime, Mr. Drees (Iwll In operation for any period prior: road work In the state for number of years Mr. Priest
t 'nor I will ln"thl
Ire has been found by the of- gifts are on display and toPowell the legislatures present dally concerts at 4 o'clock, to December 16th, 1928, and license sonv tlm./' had been a consistent member of f.

try' The car was 1 left overnight Carpenter, pharmacist goes direction seek personal reputation I I with an added program each Sunday tag was not secured for suchperiod -+- the Haptlst rhurch.Interment .
J tai alley, Dr. iiaynes returning the credit for this beautiful window -what we shall seek is to putFlorida at 12:15. then the applicant must NOTICK was in the Prevatt ,

Iroia Palatka where he had Among the other beautiful on a secure fiscal basis aothat 1 The Tampa Dally Times radiophone. pay the license tax for such perbefore cemeter)', near Starke and funeralservices (
11I4 )larguerIte's It may live and grow andprosper conducted by Rev.Taylor .
Dart of nla and decorated stores are The Christian Endeavor Society were
Pecan crop, ly WDAE will broadcast theInitial iod be can secure tag for t
Iiderable Sboppe, Stump's III0rsan'l.Rogerll In the long'yean when we concert. 1929! will hold a cookie and candy sale of Hampton, a long timefriend

ki'-1 re-5d tu the car. Thursday morn- 5 tt lOc Store, and Jones' I -Individuals shall. b. forgotten. C on Saturday afternoon at the corner of the deceased.The '

jJJ;;the car was missing and the I Hardware Company and we arecertain I'. la my inaugural, a44re a' II8R1e'furtaer Olympla-Plans approved for Tamoo- -flans In progress for of Hull's Store and Hutler'aDrul ball bearers were Messrs. J.

k..s*r* garage was found that by this time next week reference will be mad. to reconltructlon'of bridge acrossJupiter ''establfshment of football stadiumhere ( Store. Don't forget to drop P. hall, A. J. \Moody, R. D. Fish

IttlloQ' Into> evidently with the In- the whole town will be in readiness 'tbM subject Narrows one-half mile east s to seat between 25,000 and by and get some for the kiddiesyourself er, Gene Grime Calvin Gllsson.

i of Stealing the Buick sedan for Santa's arrival. i DOYLE E. CARLTON of bere. 30,0. persons and too and J. T, Houser. o

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i I I II i] iff Americans :Trek to Hcnlrczl for Winter Sports 11 1 session The city December.4th council met, 1928 in regular, with ra.lfor'.V Printing: o':blai.ltH,, ;J-'V1:1:' !;",''"" feed I''

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the following members present:: adjou 1. I I'' ,
BRADFORD C. F. Hoover chairman; G. W. Alderman again! December I isihTUAIX ?.t

1'r 1'I I W. L.. Wall. 1' A i J' .
Minutes of the last meeting WOE .. i

;; High School JournalJUNIOR : r 4 read and following approved.The bills. were ordered "SrTlKlM: I.hEffective .

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paid: "I ,
I f.rnrrnl Fund schedule changes ;",u,",,01 i ., ,.
II I L' F. Hoover, mem. roun. ______ 4.0< ?? N
___ 4.0<, run as follows:
i O \V Alderman memo coun.
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I.. ,t. Davis mem .coun. __ 4.00 IAL, !,
mem coun. 4.011V. (
N Sternheru
: CLASS OIU1AMZKII for them ; not only do they have 1,. Wall mem. coun.' ______ 4.(H, No 1 southbound ,i ..
I two as good guards as flradfon I If. t" Wall mayor fees _____ _lO.OtC 11.22 'I
p. m.
With the fine motto "dim has produced In Captain: Thoma.. lax A. Fetch collector Clerk__,__treas._ _and____ 80.0C No. 11 southbound d ,..

though the rock be rugged", before and Urllfln but also have Itlcken I A. 1. A Ivar..... Bill and fees ____162.01W 11.18 a. m. xl I
baker former star forward of Jo:. Thornton nal. and fees..102.01. (
f them the Junior class prepared N. N. Thomas, school police ____20.OC( No. 2 northbound 'ii,0 R'II
and .
Clemson Chance
university i
; Starke Telephone Co.. phone __ 3.60 5. 35 a. m,
for the home-stretch of !.be Columbia high star for four years. A.i.. Alvare. feeding prlfl._..__ 7.60
1928-29 term-the second semester Even with this overwhelming advantage W. \.... Haixilon: feeding l.rIM.27.00 No. 12 northbound ,iu\ ? :-1'.1,. ,
City Light and Power Plant 3.06
s )by organizing last Friday. the high school boys light tier. Woman' Club ____ 2.7C p. m.
class, besides adopting tbe N. feternberB, clothing: for J.lmlt'fl+
The better at the
should be ten points
I selected crimson prlMonera ______________ 8.211O. No. 3, southbound rti-,,
splendid motto final whistle. W. Alderman, rec. tax Dales 15.601.I.n l star
d and green as their colors and tbe Coach Ray's first call brought I Hell, wit. foe __________ ..BCJaKper 9.50 a. m.
class flow Dell. wit. fee __________ .60 No. 107 southbound dm ,
crimson rambler for the about fifteen aspirants short ones Oscar Dixon wit fee ________ .50 p.m.'r: (
er. tall ones and long ones. And former ,t, ,< P. J. Pearce, wit. few _____-__ ..5(1Auxtln 1:20
conch Winkler, wit tee ______ .50 No. 191 southbound .111"
matters were > '
Financial stars as Hitch Moore and Cox I C. A. Futch expo .lK bell ______ .110 sin'
.red and it was decided to meet expenses : also lettermen from last yean .. 70eogtd/J H. <.'. Wall, fire chief _________ S.OO 10:05 p. m.
by monthly dues of 25c i a McDonald 4 S'aa c T. T. l.onir. Aimt. chief ________ 6.00 No.4. northbound >ln(. SLIr,
team led by Canova center CR4'i
SKI L.OUIM Kahr, fireman ______n__ 2.00 8:49
member. and Glenn McMillan forwards t W K. UrllllK'. fireman ________ 3.00 p. m.
The clans la sponsored by Mrs. : .q Tom Murrhee, fireman ________ 2.00 No. 198 northbound, ,hn! .. st rt
) M. Korxyth, fireman .._________ 4.00 5:45 m.
Get). White and the capable staff The first practice consisted ol I # : e f. Wesley George, fire-"an ________ 3.00 p.
of officers headed by Lena Hell type ol I Leo Wiggins fireman _________ 4.00 Stai-kp and Wnn no-
Including the usual preliminary +' ."., Uene Turner, fireman _________ 2.00 No. 101 leaves Starke\t un ,,.
Shepard aa president work. A system very much new Dewey Williams fireman ______ 2.00
Pearl Manning secretary and Eva to the boys Is being taught them, I K' K. <'. Hufoid Hreman __________ 6.00J. No. 102 arrives Starke 4 in ,,
"' ', K. Hitch Jr., fireman ______ 2.00 T. J. Griffin,
3, Marcotte, treasurer. which If anyways near perfected, '\ : Calvin Johns, fireman n______ 2.00 .
/tJtj __________ 2.00
Insure string of victor ] Jan. Lewis, fireman
r ..:\'. KAYMONU: (IVKW: will us a I' ". "V"IM: Itoy Grimes. fireman __________ 2.00"Inclnt Venus-New State road, tr'
ellU'L TAI.H lea, like we have never known be : .. .. '' Alvares. fireman ______ 2.00 here to Moore Haven
fW%' surfaced
1j,. I [mey VnrneH, fireman __________ 2.00
fore.We ... Komi and llrlilcv Fund lime rock and opened to tart
< The student body has been greatly } would like very much to see I ; '. J. W. Andrews, Jr., truck re._ 6.70
( with chapel everyone out when our first gameIs :, : n. C. Jonen. HUpplIeM __________ '3.65 Key West Channel at foot
benefited this year __41.38Wm.
Standard Oil Co. gas and oil Duval street being
talks each Thursday morning by; played In order to form your .<" ,." /HHPP, HUP. ______________ 1.60
t own opinions of this new system.A Hank of Starke. fay rolls ____145.USUradford Melbourne-Brevard county
our local. Raymond ministers.Rev. pictured. for ui '* 7Ni' Rgrcoer a e' O r ICs ti0.4T c/NQ Ngg2 MON1 ..I'1'I I Co. Hank pay Fund roll*__142.60Wntrriink flcials plans beautification of >'0

clerk for Hund
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the difference between matches are (
last week A JL'MOIt HIGH SCHOOL Montreal Canada's thriving cosmopolitan with Joyous sports enthusiasts who rinks thrilling hockey -- -
I the good and the evil and also metropolis. Is only a 10-hour I are able to do their skiing skating staged and curlers compete with
In unselfishness snow-shoeing tobogganing and so besoms and "stanes. -
gave us a lesson ride from New York. a IO .-hour
used an illustration the story By Lester Price RobinsonThe l'Wl1 forth under Ideal conditions for the Montreal enjoys an enviable reputation
He as
from Boston a 15-hour trip from air Is crisp and the snow la hard and i for hospitality and there are -
rabbits the
of In
children and two beginning sports ]
of two !!: -
p Detroit and but little longer from deep and although the temperature I several fine up-to-date hotel. Including urily guards ..- 1
One rabbit died and each one was Junior High School means still Pa
many other great centers of populatIon during the winter sometimes descends the Place Vlger a Canadian ;]
no sorry because the other's pet earlier development In numbers of below Zero one does not feel clad hostelry. In addition to winter Drink
In the United Statee. Itt la no
S had died. others who are crowded out by It to any extent towing to the absence sports Montreal provides many excellent I the

At this time we missed our usual the larger ones of Senior High In l ;wonder, therefore that Americana of moisture In the atmosphere. theaters for the entertainment pause m: ,
chapel singing led by Mrs. Wall are> flocking to this fine old city In Mount Royal Is beautifully kept and of Its visitors and the city I ,
schools where the Junior and SenIor
numbers annually to take winter a huge toboggan slide a quaint cosmopolitan that refreshes '
We hope to have her with ua again Increasing every possesses I Delicious; and Refreshing i
High Schools are combined. part In winter iporti which reign Is erected from the top of the mountain charm which gives one the impression .
4 this week.RKUCI.AK. Now that these two are divided supreme from late December until to the bottom and this Is popular of being abroad. Indeed, It Is

"tsYF: ::\11iLY lliM: the number taking!!: part In the ma well Into March. Mount Royal a both day and night with revelers a bl-llngual city both French ana I
jor sports Is doubled, and' the Interest lofty, park-Ilka eminence" tlalng from who make the most of the ice and English being the chief mediums of

Increased .fifty per cent. the heart of .the. city Is thronged snow.. On open air and under cover expression. jq
The regular meeting. of the as- I will that ._.__.____ _____u_._________ n_---_ -_--_ -r
held-In the high school All this.exercise mean

mnbly auditorium was on Wednesday afternoon the bys"alu girls will be health r .. Those Stockingless Legs in the Making

t Leila Den .,Andrews was ier and grow larger and stronger 8

elecUd gergearitararms.! A ahortalk I In bodyaa well\ as In.mind. t:
I :. ,
.Then by having them separate )
1\11' 1)owlingCon- 1 W'.lW4f"
\ wusglvr-n tobe means that there wlh be more organizations ,l.}. "'" i.",?. ttN t '' MILLION I
l., rerntOS the typpsof programs ., 1 i" y
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\ carried: out during the year. I for each and by having :." J'' yttAM+rll+a+r>,rla r af antrrnarrtla (Irma !Z.,r 'w
Thelma more organizations menus sjl\. ""S3 aawl fidaij
A piano solo given by .. *"* say 'Cwa.re. 4 sreri, I
Andreu and a recitation entitled there will be more leaders or the I ,.. n.eUeade raaww.eae eawxeac d msselsl ,, S C
i by Hazel ones In the Junior IIi department MIHISail! br e.wla, i
Blossom, given r .
\ (".\ r'OL.tBOTTLING (
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\ will learn what to bo at DU.feea : W Y STARKH (
.Underbill completed\ ,the programfor It means rea.wweNesaee i IN "". '
the head of organizations. More R r' ( 0.
the day / a .. j .'
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will get u chance to be leaders before .: '

TOUNAUOKH: Kx: I'It'TINU I their high school career Is 'f\; I a..

m\" .\T ('.ten; HKAKON: over; therefore more leaders will IT HAD TO DE GOOD TO GET WHERE IT I'

-- be produced( In our school. ?ra iA m6t I -- -
I f, The-Tornadoes are opening theli We know that most of your realize Mtgl i ,as r lie m iy t :

'. basketball season on the home that there are great advantages

court Friday afternoon in their but we're Just remindingyou y A .'-.Massrw'ew..erww

annual clash with alumni. of them so. when yea get: a

,In the history of our school the( chance you won't forget to boost trla"wo eewiewrrr The utilities of a city

1 ex-Tornadoes hayen't registered a our Junior High and watch It. Another sower.. !tltAesrrs'm.. wn,

i Ingle victory over ft school team words we would like you. to I w..awaa wressesa s wr e.I.aew raewaesaw. ereaeww.r asf ... .

..}, but thia'year prospects look bright be Interested In what we do. aere wr.ewwrs aeasa. ere.reawr.rw..rrwrea ." '-4awlnw..ww' ''1>:'j.'",V. -'

rwurrar i rewr.r. w.ar t r +nwi iia 7' "" are combined

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Ante Kuala .}app, Cor I (ROOK THANKS .. "lA' i.:'.! -" } .;L '", '"t your
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'to Among those who were attending Dr. W. 1 1. Mlddleton and.D,. C.

o ; the dedication of the New Hlv- Jones for their kindness shown to -4M !

er church from Jacksonville Sun ua In our recent bereavement. ,

Mesdames Eunice Al- The Swanbom family. ...... .... .. ..... .
day were: LONG BEACH CAL.-Here at ln tLardee. iatvhr! r : ,... 'helndusty I -they'd do it Just the same. The il

varea and daughter Jessie An 'n Otenelmen, U an aciuu. I I nYl '.u':a.ea .a j'. iose..this young group above who are putting
drews. and daughter Irma An Daily Sale Of photograph showing bow most pun tummrr .. .. on a dose of stocking and at the same i .

Brews Mr. Reddish Andrews, Messrs. naughty little bathing girls deltoer- I Uui K.044HII phrIClant .ny it is anne time making Ute much pleaaanter 4

Joe Poppell and Shelton Ed- Berries StartsAt ately go ahead and let Old Man Sunshine "' tniult ana point to the oar ', with the help of a Brunswick port-

wards of South "Florida Mr. ando tan their legs so they can o. limned O.WK wo.u.u whose ntaitn', able panatrope phonograph) were _
right up to snuff in this etockmglesi ana oraut? na> navel oven excelled photographed on the Beacb here early
II. Poppell and daughter,
Mrs. J.
Plant CityHeavy fad. Whether "Pop" So has a grudge Aonrnre of tttht: !garters the 'violet one holiday morning. The ad continues
Miss Ruby Mae of Starke. against the 'stocking manufacturersor ray effect ot the run tree "breath unabated and both California. YOUR automobile is something been taken to make tIle du*.
The Corinth B. Y. P. U. rendered whether Its just Die Idea of aid- ing" for the thousands ol pore in and Florida, and other warm climes tributor waterproof, thus
a splendid program and was, Itarly l'rooluC'flonllvonC'f'8 ding them along for a spell we sob t the feet and ieq ere all In favor' of will see u in great popularity this like a miniature city. circuit

enjoyed by all. ,KoaHon. know. We do Know however, that this new tad they say But neaithf winter. But the girls up North must There is an electric light and preventing short

The entire community was saddened '- the Idea baa spread over the country or not you can be lure It would make dig in* and await Old loan. Bun- power system, a water system from rain, etc.
the sudden death ofl' like a prairie are and .that leading no difference to our young .generation shine's warm welcome next summer .
I. by Plant City Dec. 7.-Plant Clty'af. .. a fuel system.In The entire electrical ani
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o. b. strawberry market swung of the ne+
at Lake Butler Friday night the new Ford, you will Ignition systems J

t at her home. She was laid to rest Into Its full season form today find each of these systems Ford are so simple in dr8i 'l

at New River cemetery Sunday at with announcement by growers Speed King Picks Buick of the latest design and beat and so carefully made Iha
Also sanddenedby and that of fruit
2:00; o'clock p. m. buyers ripening materials. has they will give you surprisingly
the death of Uncle Sam Moody,, would compel holding dally sales Every part Yet liw j

which occurred Wednesday night hereafter. A rapid increase In volume -, .. "'.. . been made to serve you faithfully little trouble.

at the home of his daughter. Mrs. Is anticipated as an unusually I ;,. ': I I' \!" "'" "!:!< <.." /. J' ..",;,- ,< and well at a minimumof doesn't mean they sboul'littla)

C. M. McKinney lie was belovedby heavy bloom and good weather V. ': i 1' "" {\ trouble and expense. be neglected. Certain

all. conditions have combined conditions .< ,. attentions are needed from
". .ti
Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Hlggs and have combined force the :g: '" "', ; Take, for example, the
time time.
children were called to his father'[ plant Into quantity production i ;: f .. r }; : generator-one of the moat *

bedside at Howling Green early earlier than for several years. $! 1 ,"f,., 1. ., important parts of the electrical The storage batter

:Monday.We The sales on the local cash mar- i.. system which supplies should be given water an''
are sorry to learn that liar- ket today were 1664 quarts at an I< "Y '::> : kept clean1
the current for lighting and the connections
ry Sapp Is out of school on account average of 91 cents a quart making I t : rat''!
of having malaria fever. a cash total return to the grow; % for engine ignition.In The generator charging indi

Among those who were transacting er of $1,514.21.: It Is estimatedthat the Ford the should be changed a* ,
new generator 8bottl l
business In Starke Saturday this would have been largely cated. Spark plugs)

were : Messrs. H. .... Renfroe R. J. Increased, and possibly doubled is of the powerhousetype be cleaned at regular; ) inter

J}, Turner. Sr., S. N. Johns Jim Horsey had not rain forced the pickers and is distinctive in Vals. Distributor point'

r L. Howard Charley Simons,,, from' the Reids in the middle of the many features. It has been should also be kept ..It'a"

J. L. Johns and daughter morning. to .
'j A Mrs. I specially designed pre distributor can
and the
Kssle. Although some sales nave been forms of trouble.
I vent most )
". :Miss Irma Andrews and brother,, made dally for several 'days past, ,, is given a light!!: film of

,1' Reddish, returned to Jacksonville the offerings prior to today have I Oiling necessary only oncea every 2000 miles.

.t' Sunday afternoon. been light on all days save the \ year. About the only thing liul

Ouy Andrews and Miss Jewell regular Tuesday and Friday pick- you need do is to have the These are just
,+ Wiggins were visiting Starke Sunday Ing days. Yesterday's sales were charging rate changed as things, but they mean' !

I afternoon. 23 quarts selling at 60 cents. On the seasons change. great deal to your car. J0*]

i Wednesday a few Quarts went for looked after.
have them
I 'i' J\11U+MARY HWANHOM ward.. Tuesday the sales total ran Closely allied to the electrical can by th1
DIEM:: AT HAXOX at small cost
to 906
I quarta. system is the ignition tak'
I The season total today stood at Ford dealer when you
A,. system. It, too, is of new ant
wife of oiling
Mrs. Mary Swanbom. 2640 quarts shipped with total tPhil the car in for
in the i
mechanical design
Swanbom. died early Saturday cash return to the growers of $2481.24. ,- .... greasing.A .
morning at her home at Saxon af This Is an average of 94 drivers and the new Ford. There is but one
"Red" Shafer for sixteen years one of the country's best known race checking>'
ter a short illness. IS vents a quart for the season to holder of important records picrured front of the Administration building of the high tension cable and that thorough wit'
born March many interval
The deased was date. coil with the
the at regular
and his Miller connects
1845 and was a native of Sweden. Buick Motor Co. at Flint Mich., with his Silver Anniversary Buick sedan life of ".,ur eat

Funeral services were conducted Tampa-Building officials discuss Special racer capable of a speed of 140 miles an hour. Both are valve-ln-head motors. distributor. Even cables lengthen the thou
,. from the distributor to the and give you many
at the home of the deceased proposed uniform building w i lea of
Sunday afternoon at two-thirty code: for state at conference recently spark plugs have sands 01 !" .
o'clock with Interment following held here.Jacksonvillerids. Tarpon Springs -- Bids opened 1 Key West Key West Marine JacksonvilleAdditional story been eliminated carefreeeconomica

r \ In Crosby cemetery opened for for construction of 90-foot extension Railway will construct 946,000 will be erected to apartment and Special has motoring.
Besides( her husband those who construction: of proposed Beaver' to sponge exchange docks on new ferry. office building now under construe
Arcadia-New addition of Ar. tlon at 211 East Forsyth street.
I survive are one son Walter Swan. street viaduct. Anclote River.
of Saton. Perry-New Dixie-Taylor hotel Dade City-Repairs completed cadla Baptist Church: completed Melbourne-Contract let for FORD MOTOR COMPANY+

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| gang working near Sllgh and waterway between Sanford and

News Florida in Short Paragraph 1 Home avenues under guard of J. I' TitUBvIlle! and channel from Salt Washington Wins Honor and Cash for Student j

Hughes. lie sllped off the road luto'the Run to Lake I'olnsette.: report

bushes and fled. A command : held no apparent necessity for waterway I Crawford Mcdlrmts Adams, of Oro- r
I for locnl lr'amc. !Melbourne \\'h'nst'nn: December S Cnn- ton Vt.. la tile Brat winner of the 1
from the guard made him harbor and Inlet. Fla., to Improve trioinuui; II. A. Oropn of the second award made by the Atwater Kent
Live State News I I run faster, and Hughes fired once channel between Atlantic' ocean Florida district has had a very Foundation for 'excellence of Judgment
I with his rifle. Knowles fell headlong and Indian river and construct busy week in the interest of his. ; and general grasp of the prlnclplee
with a bullet in the left lung. turnnliiK basin' ; Intercoastal waterway congressional district and state of electrical engineering." Mr.
-- That was at 9 o'clock yesterday to provide and pleasure craft, On December 4. he characterizedas Adams of was Vermont graduated; this from year.the University
lie died yesterday afternoon futile and absurd the attack of
morning. and held unjustified. "
TOLD BY OUR EXCHANGES expense I i i Till new honor in university work
at 2 o'clock In the Tampa the Republican party upon the eligibility WM hailed as an entirely new note
hospital. Jacksonville -- Approximately of Congresswoman Ruth In education since the award hi virtually -
.--------..----,--_._,-_._-,.; 20,000 narcissus blooms the first Bryan Owen. He stated that Inasmuch the reword of "common IJ DlIt." I'j'j
Tallahassee verdict ot guilty as Tresldent-elect Hoover's It Is given each year at graduation to
harvested this
at the South-
.arden-The new $40- will be set by them he indicated season .
( the senior In electrical engineering In
jt( wth for constitutional' fourte,1'ear residence 5t
II a recommendation mercy
Bulb Company farm the .
; packing house at Ocoee and he declined to comment on the ern on the University of Vermont who during -
!t 'ti8se of this city, op- opinion given today by Attorney was returned by a Jury in circuit St. Augustine road, a short dis- In America Immediately his college course, has made the
smile east against Henry, prior to his election as president Is
court here Friday !
tance beyond the South Jacksonville
to pack andw snip General Davis that he would I be moat progress In developing engineerIng -
,ed Saturday orders for vege- compelled under the law Robinson negro, convicted ot first city limits were forwarded questionable that the Republicans Judgment, and who givoi the air; dF
to take
vial i Pre-u0liday degree murder In connection with Saturday to New York James Gul- should be the last to qu'stlonIrs.! greatest promise of success In thuI
this truck section. 1 It the oath not later than Jan. 5. Mr.
ales from the slaying some time ago of Owens seven year constitutional work.
ile. of the establishment'
Carlton manager; I
old wooden
Place of the said he had expected to I In addition to the income from a
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Charles L. lien blacksmith. Al requirement
ke' ,
states Similar shipments to oth-
J\ldlllll'\ which was destroyed by I hollow the usual procedure and len's body was found in his shop er northern metropolises will be I On December 4, Judge!: Green also fund of tS.OOO contributed oj the
the oath at the time of the Foundation, a bronze tablet commemoratIng
"..3. AUgUSt. here lie had been shot to death, i conferred with Chairman Frankft. | ,
e e inauguration. made at dally intervals, from now the award has been erectea
I I e S S and a shotgun, broken In three on, with the peak of the move- I Reid ot the Flood Control Committee In the engineering ball. Here the
p, n t ;MMTSFractures of four j parts was d scovered nearby in I a ment bEing reached l at the holiday | and appeared before this names of toe Scat twenty student to
Uaiict bruises were suffered FliT I Bushnell-Mrs. Pearl Harris ot shallow pond. The sheriff's office season. 125-acre farm said to committee on December 5 as a preIlimltiury '!- win tile prize will be inscribed
bY MilO!' D. Carlton, aged Tarrytown mother of seven children later reported that Robinson had be the largest of its kind In the step' In behalf of floodcontrol Moat universities seek to reward the I
jj ;resident near here when she the youngest an Infant, was confessed: that he had been hired) i state, produces approximately two for t the Florida Everglades! highest academia scholarship Mr
Kent however,la attempting to stimulate -
u trampled by two cows which acquitted Thursday in circuit court by M. Crawford white, who operates tons of flowers, or. In round num- I and the Suwannee Klver Valley. and encourage the boy with the
and a daughter were leading here of a charge of murdering her a small store near Allen's shop, bers, 200,000 blooms, dally during I[ The next day he Introduced a bill sound Judgment and busmen sense -
,e B pasture One of the ,cows husband, Mite Harris, at their to kill Allen for $50. Crawford denied lira shipping Hanson. This byproduct !' for a thorough survey of the Sn1 to essential to making good in Char C'/Mw" 1j M<:(iIIiNflOt4M S .l lI.
lvd and threw Mrs. Carlton un- home last April. Mrs. Harris told' complicity, but is to be tried \ of the bulb Industry tho 1 wannee River In Florida and Geor- particular flold. Natural ability .O'.J i I. "11 Tie an electrical engineer. While
the bouts of the animals. Iof shooting her husband early on today on a first degree murder less In monetary value than the gta, looking to flood (control genius ha believes are not neccaasariymeasured : ::10 the unlvemlty ha was elected area
J Sunday morning after they had charge. harvest of tubers which comes later -i: On December 6!, he appeared be- by scholastic mnnctimt p. DMdont' of tile student brancb of,
.. | tor the Appropriations Committee Mr. Adams whoso name will ttui- e Anu-rlcan Institute ot Electrlcollw.itmr.n
question of wheth- Quarreled all nght! over the man's senti-
The in the year, is of great
Tampa hood tha list of noUblpi Oil the nernre ,
rjblU, school buildings should attentions to another woman. Her Lake City--Harry Lee Baker mental Interest as the delicate nar- I : tablet waa born In OroLon. Mil 8 W;th the ambition some day to be a
used for pupils' dances under plea was that she fired in self de head of the forestry department i cissus blooms are becoming recognized ;- Heglstt>r's first conviction on a 1009. the son of James and titan circuiting engineer on rotary apparatus
iiciaperoiiage of members of thtentTeachers' fense. The case was tried last of Florida, S. H. Marsh, southeastern as a distinct contribution of !; murder charge and upon recom-l I Crawford Adams. It was whim Mr Adama boa Just entered upon,,
association was October and the Jury nt that time, district forest inspector for the the South to the cheeriness of the meudnt'on! ot the Orange county I student ID the Oroton high school hs employment with the General''
itrttwo answers here Thursday disagreed. United States foreHtry 'department, : Christmas season jury for clemency, he was given: a that ba formed the determination to, I Electric Company, at Schenectady 1.

{!mbers, of the Tampa Woman's with headquarters at Hurrlspn- S I life sentence. Shortly after he was t
dances should be Dunedtn-Charles A. Gardrier! and A. B. Hastings, ot' serving
t said the burg, Va., Ralford Heywood Register Bent to Halford to begin of the house and advocated additional officials who are charged with law
.4. Members of the Tampa Mln- bank messenger was shot and kill, Washington. D. ..., assistant Unit walked from two life sentences for. his time, he escaped and within a
said should ed In the Bank of Dunedin In Lake : appropriation for naval enforcement to see to It that an
they were In
"IS' association 'rldayafternoon ed States Forester, murder, when he escaped from a year was tried and convicted .
by Forest A. for a conference another and forestry' experiments honest and vigorous enforcement
jibe held. Williamson City Monday afternoon field crew at the state penitentiary Semlnol county for killing stores
employe of the bank who sought with M, B. Wilder, asjont! hereThursday. lIe had not been negro taM driver: named John' which are now being carried on at program Is Initiated, to the end
Cedar Key .N Awakened shortly!; to play a prank, Williamson was for the Columbia Land Corporation found tonight. Register killed two son. He again was sentenced to Starke Madison and other places( that all laws Including the prohi-
:Are! daylight Wednesday by I a exonerated by a coroner's Jury; and owners of timber land in negrd taxi drivers In the central life Imprisonment. Tracy', who In the State. On December ?, he bition laws, may be enforced.
,mfflc) explosion in the Gulf Just which termed the shooting acci- regard to the fire control service part of the state, when he was a told the Orange; county JJury of again: appeared before the Approp- He has also conferred with several
.I(North Key light, residents of i dental. Gardner was employed by being inaugurated in this county. i pal of Joe Tracey and other'mem Register's killing of the first negro Jatlons Committee advocating; an departmental heads upon other
.*city. led by W. R. Hodges, res-, the People's Bank of Clearwater!; The foundations fof the three I bers of the notorious hUy-Mob- was tried and given life as appropriation for the development matters of minor Importance.
Dud< the entire crew of the Greek i ilOnging He had come to the bank here this lookout towers being erected on ley gang that spread terror among an accomplice after he admitted of a doMMtlc and foreign market .... a._.. .
boat, St. Catherine, afternoon fn the course of his duties land owned by the Columbia Land I banks and financial Institution of they took the negro to the swamp for American grown pecans and BarnaotaArchibald Furniture
i'boie gasoline tanks had explod- and Williamson pointed a pistol Corporation were completed last I the East Coast and It was Tracy hecuuita he "knew too much," for the eradication! of pests and diseases Co., capitalized at $10,000 Incor-
ItiJohn Pararys, one of the crew, at him, at the name time attempting week and the work of erecting the! who turned state's evidence and abdtlt bank robberies they had which now attack the pecan porated recently, "
8 III badly burned. The boat was to burst a paper bag towers was begun Monday. The told in Orange county how Regls- planned. Tracy later escaped from trees St.. Augustine Local post offee
,tied by Mike Gonatas, of Tarpoaipdtge filled with air. The gun was dls work will be completed in ten days, inter had shot Teaches Peeples, officers who had taken him to the On December 7, he also add res"" will be repaired.
and was totally destroyed. charged and the bullet struck or two weeks negro taxi driver, as the latter Everglades to search for stolen ed the House Of Representatives' Jacksonville5,000 bulkhead
Gardner under the right eye. s eTampaFlorida prayed on Ms knees In a' swamp bonds which he said he had hid- calling: upon' its Republican 'Membership 'will ,be erected oa riverbanks of "d
Strawberry ) Dome of den' recaptured tp' demand of Republican St. Vincent's hoHi>ltal. I
Pint City- growers grows near Ft. Chrlstman This was there, but was -.i
jltls section soon will jingle West Palm Beach-8, D Hough the most worthy herbs for ailment '
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are ban $1,000,000 In their Greenacres. Florida, painter, who that border on the Incurable and I
;Tickets from the biggest strawber- observed last Armistice day by at many of these weeds are found in I 11 ( tv.

7 crop on record. A long soak- tending church, shooting his wife's Hlllsborough: county. The leaves
4 rain Friday clinched the most alleged lover four times surrend- of the huckleberry bush, found In .t'.. \
,iilmlstlc estimates and assured Ing himself to police and then askIng many parts of the state, when
!lirrestof nearly 5,000,000 quarts "time off" to be baptized Fri made Into a tea. have shown remarkable -I .
imping by far the previous high day was sentenced to pay a fine of results In the treatmentof
ark of nearly 4,000,000 quarts $200 for hla offense. Hough was diabetes. Partaking: ot another
'lfcl-25.' tried in criminal co'urt on a charge Florida weed known as glukhor- |/
of assault with Intent to kill S. B. meat has also been found to be |

Jacksonville Police Friday Cook, Lake Worth, Fla., painter, beneficial for this ailment.! A chem- j v.. >y I r
,aght a third person In the slay- but the Jury late Wednesday found I leal found In peach leaves and in
.f of Charles Hartley, whom Ed- : him guilty of the lesser offense of the bark from the roots of chinaberry i
cud Knox said he cut to death in aggravated assault.! Hough's poor trees, has been used In drugs
automobile near here last night. physlclal condition was given as taken for the dread malady dropsy.Malarial !
101 surrendered, saying he ptck- the reason for the seemingly light fever can be checked
!Hartley up on the road. Hartley sentence. Cook and Hough's wife with I he proper use of the common !
acted him, Knox said, and he were the chief witnesses at the ragweed, which Is found In 1 .
'u arced to defend himself with trial.: nearly every Tampa vacant lot. Asa >
r Knife Authorities today said blood tonic extracts from bull i
sax; rind a police) record. Tampa---Lack of a horseshoenail nettle root, yellow bearsfoot root,
S once lost a battle, BO an old wild alum root, and spearmint, everywhere Jk14Wf t
f\,aha see -Motor vehicle lit story goes, but the presence of a evident In Florida's! r.k
. --: flags for 1928 are now be- large! spike In a loading Inclineat woods, have been in use for years .
I:S hipped to agents In all court- the Mallory docks here probably by families In Isolated sections. ; ','
l e far distribution by December saved a life Thursday night. W.M '. .

I i iV F Allen state motor veele Mills, who answered to a Tampa-A new method of "priceby e : 4 ; i
commissioner, announced. charge of Intoxication in police size" on orange: shipments was ( f deb '. a !
-le shipments were ordered as court today, drove his closed car inaugurated by tho Florida Citrus I ..
et as the department had com- the full length of the dock, thrua Growers' Clearing House association
et t d the appointment ot those'to six foot clearance and dln't even In its reports this week. The j
will have charge of the dis- scratch the paint but when at new method is to apply on all new | L
'Ibutlon; for their respective coun- tempted to turn around at the end' orders. Shipments or contracts a .' .,, .
!II. he backed Into the incline. As the that were made before Monday t
rear wheels left the wharf the were listed' in the old way. The t f' '

!Lane Wales-The grapefruit spike, sticking out of the wood new method calls for a base priceby f '1I
using plant has started opera- only an Inch or two, hooked the the operator on oranges: of the ] v
| ''onj here and is looking forward running board in such a manner 200 size and larger. Boxes of I fI ,
'Olg year. There is said to be as to prevent the machine from oranges In that classification are
I'larger percentage of over-size diving tall-first Into 25 feet of wa not discounted: The other size or-
,Ibull, 1 fruit this year than usual ter. anges the 216's to the 288's are )
,i* (his can be sold only to the discounted at a more liberal rate I t ? ,
Inn, A W'. Sprott manager Tampa-A Christmas present than heretofore. If the discount / .L ,
fil'!| u ''ii here expects to put up which had travelled all the way on the 21f's should be 75, and the : I -
", '0.000 cases The cannery trom New York to Clearwater was discount on the next class, the 2COa. r h 1t e
:pa', ,1 W J Hh 75 women employes Intercepted while being deliveredto 75. the two discounts for the 250's1 t t
| Ot.I i lOUt 40 men, but is looking a house In that city Friday by would be 150. This method Iu, I u'a 1
|.Ira! k.nt 25 more women before federal prohibition]( agents from I an innovation in Florida but. hall .
can 'operate to capacity. Tampa, and proved to be sixty worked successfully in Californiafor 4 c:. and be sure to keep plenty oft
eight quarts of expensive whiskeyand the past six years.SanfordFour .
oil in the crankcase. We
". which the good ,' .
irwater Fraud in the cast- gin. The boxes In
J'l of absentee ballots In four liquor was pac1ted. were labelled men who late | ; Pan-Am in our demonstrators.,
|p'aella' !! county precincts is charg- : merchandise. The yuletde! cheer Wednesday night beat J. T. Klenn, I' ,. ,
!" > Gladstone II. Dettle, Repub- was well packed In excelsior lined :24, Jacksonville hosiery salesman S 'I

lean sherlff-elect, in his suit for auCount boxes, and had withstood the because! of his alleged attempt to ,I.
filed late yesterday It was rou- h handling of express trans kiss the sister ot one of the men .'
\fIealed Hi (day. Deattle'H suit fers. Chief Agent Marlon Hendrix were released on bond by Seminole '
.kh5ed a'similar action brought ''In charge of the prohibition office,, county officials today after they ,
l ktday by Sheriff Roy Booth, dewed said no arrests had been made In *ere turned over to Sanford po- 1
.>" with the shipments lice. The quartet wall technically
Democrat, who charged ir'nlaritiea connection '
. In the vote count, The names of the consignee and charged with "unlawful assembly"and ;" A our 1929 car
| '>tle. in his action, charges the shipper were withheld will be tried in the next term ,
bt court. The men
through the counting of ot Seminole county .,
Ic>ilaudelent absentee ballots Booth I Gainesville-Four years In the are E. C. Baker Sam Beat, L. E.
i'ed : penitentiary in Atlanta Rigney and J. T. Cowan, all of
a greater.number of votes federal I
as, !h Iv rightfully should. The Wednesday faced former Sheriff Sanford. Cowan's sister It Is alleged needs an oil like this ;,

jw Precincts named In the Beat- Sam C. Chavous of Dixie county reported that Klenn had especially ,
ttlon are 16< 25. 25, and 12. and his chief deputy. Tom Allen. made advances to her yesterday,
Both pleaded guilty to JIve Indict- and the beaUnlf'wall administeredwhen
'wksonvllle' witnesses, subornation the four found the hosiery QpN Ay t
=David Carlson, 53, ments its '
oil that keep
[a+rtmaker and engraver of Sat- ot perjury perjury and salesman on a Sanford street last ANYcar runs smoother and need an
tint! the prohibition act. night Klenn. whose InJJurles were of heat and fric
was sentenced to pay a fine violation of ,L-1 sweeter with Pan-Am body in spite

be b15,000! federal and penitentiary to serve six on years con vlc-in like Their' pleas pleas of from guilty six, coupled other Dixie with ville not serious last night returned, but will to be Jackson-called 50 LI, motor oil in the crankcase. And tion. An oil like Pan-Am!

!*MhR a Jury In federal court 'county prisoners. brought an abrupt to Sanford asa witness In the trial Of0R C 4 in the newest cars an oil of this This motor oil is tougher and .
dramatic climax to the of the four men. They were re* e
six i and
"JS'ng' possession counterfeiting of spurious counts, proceedings: involving 19 Dixie leased from custody on their own type is almost a necessity. sturdier because it is refinedFortheydepeDdupongreater

and> defendants. After the pleas recognizance. with annsaal from rA
120 bills and forgery of county : care pure
District Judge
e, on the Judgef Lake been entered.
bills. had
.kah Quashed\ four other counts i William B. Sheppard passed several Washington-MaJ. Gen. Edgar A engine speeds to deliver their parnfiin-basoandes.

the ground that no testimonyb i concurrent sentences. The for leers." better performance. That TryPaD-Ammyatt': new
): of four years was
b maker Introduced had made to the prove coppers the i I assaulting major term beating and running congress disapproved expansion or means terrific heat and vastly orold. EVUya1crlmsstchUEt: :

114 glaet '' witness Wesley Initiation of many river and harbor -tom grade for
Plates used for counter- off a government I increased wear. a1ubI1:
Including the following:
bl Purposes.. I"Red" Brown. .a negro.s project Sarasota Inlet, Fla.. maintenance) 0' Under such conditions you each model of aHmakes of cars '

T J. Knowles of privately dredged canal; work V.R
"Ton Bertrand lr
Springs Arrangements Tampa ..
the and unjustified In ,
on held expensive
II wjemonles Incident to his tak- 23, of Key; West a prisoner t,'.;.. ,
(the was shot and view of no large amount of commerce -
gang ;;
,*- PIo Ida"i oath are of In office the hands as governor of the countychaln killed Saturday morning by a In prospect. KUsimmee river Pan American 'Petroleum' CorporationM '4JY;,; :..":

"*' of commerce and other guard as he tried to escape. The Fla.. to maintain water at constant r
II11t Wednesday level and straighten channel;
to a year
1.r'1l1 dies in TalUhasnee. Cover- prisoner sentenced held in ae rlr&*** a/KIP lmttH9i3tmAG4iaA aWSMSatrfl nmfto.
Maaa Important development
t Carlton for the. robbery of no
t.,'. TV Mid here Thyrsn Wednesday morn- prospect.. St. John"r1fer, i'lL0 .
date for the ceremonies Brother early .. .. ..('. -c'! "
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nc1Flor da : I FIRST QI.ITAT.WCTION Lake City-Plans under way Fort Myers .
s district -pn 1
be made welcome. 1 I today appeared ," I'' ,. ,
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A huge fireworks display near before the house committeeon for extension of city sewer sys- tor building Caio,,", .
about 8 The finest quart of berries yet tem. bridge.Christmas. ? "
mansion is planned
appropriations. He argued the
ocictvJi ] o'clock, followed by the Inaugural brought to Starke is on display i at }
ball probably at the State College/ advisability of more money for Corpenlng's Drug Store coming t'I:''ntiiiiiuii"' i i tiMiiniiiiiiinwiiiiiitniiiiliiimMiiiiiiiiitiimiiiiiiMi'iii/''' '' ''' ''''' '''' 'iiiiiiiiliimi' ,'IIIIII."'1111"11I"1111"11111I11III111II"1"" it ..i.iI -
the study of the disease to I
; I farm
dining room where such affahave from the S. R. Johns ten-acre
heretofore been held. It Is which the pecan tree is subject and I of the luscious fruit. Mr. Johns I
-- for the advancement of the sale
possible that It a big fireworks display 1 has donated the quart to the different II
jof In both domestic and for '
r; J. C. ROIHNHOV held Friday afternoon at three- Is held it will take place at feign pecans markets. Sunday schools of the town I : BargainsWOMEN'SHOSIERY
near the scene of funds, and the
the college or I' on their Christmas
J<: }: thirty o'clock at the home of Democrat. While the committee did not Intimate In
the ball Tallahassee citizens are contributing to the 4
Judge and Mrs. A Z. Adklim, with what action it may take.
The afternoon bridge club wet fund. The berries will be auctioned
Hazel and Lrils Adkins as hostesses ..N.1................... Representative Green' expressedthe today, the amount realized being
ft'with Mrs. J. C. Robinson Thursday opinion that an increased appropriation I
Mrs., : 0. W. Roberta the director !
afternoon at her home on : HAMPTON would probably be allowed added to the fund already. se ;
will have charge) of I the for the maintenance of the cured.
Madison street. Mini* Ada Nlmm. lor.KOHOO .
meeting1, and all members are asked existing experiment station locatedIn I
Three tables tor bridge were arranged .................... ... Louisiana. DeFunlak Springs Plans under The best hosiery on the market offered at) sp., ,ial; ]
which; to be present.INTKIthlj
in the living room, .
ofclty sewer ..
for extension
was made attractive with bowls --- N. Spauldlng died at I his HKAUI-'ORD IOIMiK way reduced prices to early shoppers. Hosiery make /
of yellow chrysanthemums. After : home In Theressa November 120t1t. ELEt: I4 OFFII'1Monday .: system. an appreciated Christmas gift. These host- are' t
: : : 1928. lie was born In Mon- DeFunlak Springs College ave
several progressions scores were guaranteed not to run or tear. We have
1864. them f
and awarded. ]Mrs. vllle, Maine, in November nue will be paved in near future in
totaled prizes evening at the Masonic
The members of the Intermediate the of J. A. L. and all sizes and a great variety of all the
O. L. Haynes holder of high was Glrl'Hj Auxiliary, will meet lie was son of Mon- hall Bradford Lodge No. 135, Tltusvllle-J. C.. Koon Improving wanted t
given a set of card table number at four o'clock Margaret Jane Spaulding, elected officers for the ensuing colors. !
Mortday afternoon him mortuary.
4' Airs. E. M. Johns second high received at.thtf home of their counsellor, vllle, Maine, who beyond preceded, many year as follows: P. S. McMillan, Plant City-Contract awarded ONLY50cto$1.95 \

I. a vase. The hostess served 1lrlW.. J. Epperson. This is a to the great He is survived by nine W. M.; A. S. Crews, S. W.; C. B. for construction of two-story build

tuna fish salad, pickles, saltlnes very :Important( meeting and all years brothers ago.and sisters.He Hayes, J. W.; F. F. Stump Treasurer ing at Lafayette and Morgan sts.,

and hot tea. members are asked to be present. host of friends both ; C. A. Futch, Secretary; L. to cost approximately 23000.
.t : Those present were: Mesdames leaves a W. Kickliter, Chaplain; L. D. Tallahassee--Old bridge over
j A. Z. Adkins, R. F. Demorest,, K.M. 1'l.ANM' KOH.MKII: FOR IN.AtA'RAL here and at Theresaa, who are Green, S. D.; S. L. Peek, J. D.; Seaboard railroad on East Park 'ER PAIRSTERNBERG'S

: Johns, C. A. Knight, 0. L. Deas- OF TIIK 4JOVKRNOKAll : grieved at his departure. O. A. Wiggins, S. S.; W. A. Bes- avenue torn down and preparations

: ley, C. A. Futch, J. A. Saul, II. C. Yard of TlintikaThe sisters of Kosco sent, Jr., J. S.; N. Sternberg, Marshal under way for new overhead \
Wall W. Wainwright, N. ".-..tlC....* of Klorlilu Will Parllclpalo brothers ; J. A. Morgan, Tyler.
Stern berg, J. E. Corpening I and In 4'olorful ('",','mUII)' N. Spauldlng wish to expre for .. pass.Tallahassee-Plans under way

O. Li. Haynes.Mil. .. At TallnliUNMi-p On their thanks and and courtesy appreciation extended HTATM: ISSl'KH: MAP for construction of underpass at HIMiiinminiuimmmiiimin' ' i"unm i'i W'' net Piet ...n nq'''NIIniIJI'' '' i I, "fill,nmloni' flu _
the kindness IN :MANY COLORS n
I AND MRS. (J. .\. KNlGliTENTERTAIN .J 8 11I11'r)' H. them during the Illness and St. Augustine road crossing 'n.. .

)/ : I II' For the first time in history a death of their brother Roscoe 1 1Ipaulding. N. The State Department of Agriculture

/ haa Just received a shipment
1 Florida is to be
r! Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Knight entertained I rated Into governor office by Inliugu-I Fred C. Spautdlng. of Florida maps the most [FLORIDAGainesville's

' : their night bridge club fort from every section Misses Edith Mae Jones and unique and beautiful ever circu
at their home Alexander, Mesdames K. I D.
Saturday evening decided Wllma lated.
I i state. This was the plan i
J I with a dinner bridge party. .i( upon In Tallahassee Tuesday when Prevail and C. L. May were shopping The maps show the products of DeLuxe '/A -

Yellow pompon and tern form friends of Governor-elect Doyle' in Gainesville last Wednes every county and section of the Theatre -
M ed the artistic decorations in the Carlton to the number of 28'gatl; state In colors appropriate to thecommodity. I
I where the guest spent i the day.Mr.. Fred Spuuldlng of Theresa: And the whole presents
rooms ered here to confer with one an- MON., TUES., WED.See .
evening.At :. I I lother and with local civic Inter- was a business visitor here last a most striking appearance.The .
7:30 ( turkey dinner : Monday. state capitol and great I college
a delicious Jests! In. staging- what promises t to -
was served after which bridge I be one of the most colorful and Hev. DIokHon of Jacksonville, buildings!: are shown for Tallahassee and He.
was enjoyed until a late hour.I'I eventful ceremonies of its kind I In will preach at the Christian. church ; and live stock, corn cane

r Then the scores which were kept I Florida history next Sunday morning and evening. and peanuts as the chief agricultural

t'' on dainty Japanese tallies were Hack to the time when memoryof .Mr. John Kile and family, of : products of Leon county with

added. Mr. A. Z. Adklns holder I I man runs not to the contrary Daytona Beach, are the guests of I naval stores and lumber as large FOUR SONS ...
of high for men received a shaving .Tallahassee has always undertaken Mr. 1:lle's mother Mrs. R. L. Kile. contributors to the products ofection. the .- .

set Mrs. II. }<'. Demorest holder of handed the enormous tank J. P. Dickinson of Tlieressa, was .

high tor ladles received a perfume lot single inducting into office the chief transacting bns'uesB here last Satin The maps are for free distribution I Big As The Heart of Humanity! ..oa...

\ atomizer. I'ejecutlvo I 'every four years, but on day. but the supply Is not expected With g
'it Those enjoying this delightful I January 8 the ceremonies will be An oyster supper was served at to last long.JacksonvilleJacksonville. \
Mr. and Mrs. A. Z. hall last Friday evening, .
Affair were: according to plans the city MovietonePlus
\ and Mrs. E. M. Johns, carried out the auspices of the W. It!. U.of Traction
Mr. under
Adkins Mr. and ,tire. It. F. Demorest, \h Ir.i .I formed. ona, much at larger first per hesitated pectlve. the Christian church. A nice Co., purchases four modern AT YOUR SERVICEWe
x K. Tallahassee which will of 50OOU for ser- I
and Mrs.'J. Uoblntton, Mrs. J. '' when the suggestion; came sum of $24 was realized buses at cost $
Corpening and Mr. L. 13. Vlnlng.AFTKKMW.V Precedent means muchin be used for church benefits.A I vloe here ONE DE LUXI-
tf __S suddenly. play entitled "1<;ye-s of Love" KlKulmmee State Clamber of
I ,& : lsltih/a1! : affairs, of this kind but when given by the Hawthorne high I Commerce holds ,annual 'conven-
eLand was ;
.'M.H :MIITH: : told Judge a Cary group D.of Lund chamber of of commerce school, last Thursday evening. 1 It I I tIn here. UlTAPHONEPRESENTATION have always believed that one of the
-- and highly compli
, f' Mrs. C. A. Knight was hostess workers yesterday dem'lIulinalar.that the- was mented.enjoyed = .. --- best advertisements for this bank is our
, bridge entire stat>a>WI1S /
. Tuesday afternoon to her the honors \V. B. and J.B. Alexander J. F. I II II
stub at her home on Call street I ger; share than usual the of old town, Johnson C. I... Houser are hunting Gus Arnhcim and His Co- sincere interest in the progress of our customers -
of participating
'i Bowls and vases of dwarf chi the thing and and fishing in Gulf Hammock this II coanut Grove OrchestraAnd
( yt caught: the spirit of
' about of the size of the
1 ::1t'anthemum8\ were arranged joined instantly. in a pledge of week. regardless ac
three i iw tables of the
E, the; Jiving rom where most hearty co-operation. The Missionary I
bridge. Mints church met at the home I count.
placed for of Methodist
I were l "This magnanimous spirit tel. I MO'II'TOSoJmw: :
'I' served on the tables during of Mrs. P. B. Hunt last Monday:
exactly ,
.; were i your city and section is ; I ---- -

'j the afternoon. I what we expected to find," said evening. I + : THURS.& FRIDAY We believe in the courteous way of trans-
Mre. W. M. Wainwright' made Stafford Caldwell, in explaining FUNI)4! y
( lU.J.SfoIIH:
"1\\ high and was given a. dainty..pair'r his purpose of the visit here by; FOR PECAN)/ LNIH'STRV II HOME TOWNERS acting business.Bradford.
: \Mrs.
' of garters and handkerchief I Chrnrm'B... tl1te-wlde committee.rVrawe .

II,': 31. Demorest, being second high 1 1\1. !, ':!. general; chairman Washington, Dec. 7.To urge TIESAttractive [Richard Bennett and Doris

, received a box of embroidered ofAtheru.up, and his workers) an increased appropriation for the Kenyon
I, l! guest towels. plEhNtAt.Pptlre day here Tuesday; promotion of the pecan Industry, I County

Mrs. Knight served her guests a f6rip1nK ,rtlt ptatlve program andI Representative R. A. Green, of the : Ties In Christ-

y; tempting salad, course. I clearing. (thjj'' '?lay for general participation mas Boxes. These .tiee are SATURDAYRICHARD Bradford County's Financial Stronghold
st' Those playing were: Mesdames l ,by,friends of the Incoming .U "different They have real

P J. C. Robinson R. F. Demorest, !governor' from over Florida. r I style, real snap. Conservative'colors DIX"WARMING STARKE FLA.
:U. M. Johns A. Z. Adklns, J. 1<1. These d>Ian (wlll be taken' before as well as bright, ,
7 L. Haynes, D. A. Cai-Jton. .Immediately for his approval I Automobile I
Corpening, O. ,!. Notice to yet tasteful cravats. UP"
:Tilontteth\ O. L. Ueasley! J, W. Andrews ,'?e.. C\: Ties of silk and rayon and
Jr. J. :A. "Sauls, W. 1 M4Walnwrlght 1! It was a most enthusiastic group well the
i I knitted ties, aa I
s and MIss Mabel \Veller. that'Kftthe '. 10OOQ\'lIil; perhaps I
.' to Tallahassee I some
uumber, wll come .
1029 automobile license __ _-_ _. -
..ute....: MKUT1NOS:'\ oh Jan l1ry' S to see the new- governor nI
tttKo o litre. tags will be ready for distribution You'll be proud to wear I -
Circle No. One with Mrs. J, M.Jlrownlee Tentative plans call for a military one of our distinctive ties.

as leader, was entertained -* parade to conduct the outgo- Dec 15th, and can be I I

Monday afternoon at the home j Ing and Incoming( executives from
of Mrs. Alderman. The devotional the mansion to the east steps 01the secured at the office of Peek J9c to $1.00Sternberg's ;

lead by the leader after capitol. Their arrival there and after I I
was I Company on
a8ur 12 o'clock as possible. 1
which a short business session fol will' bo I ,

lowed. A neat sum was realized ChlatMustlce Wm. II. EII that date. Secure your tags :
I will administer the oath of of-
defray stove expenses. I
to Circle help No. Two with Mrs 0, 1i P. (ICe and cuijlnfon!, will fire the usual early and avoid the rush. STARK, I II
salute, followed\ by the inaugural II I
i Raymond leader, met at the Several home Address aD (the address of (then) Tags Issued to residents of I I
II. L. Brownlee. .
of -
John W. Martin. _
Items were discussed Ex-Ooveotor Bradford and all other counties IiA J' __
Important is _
neat A brief .Vffjcfal reception expected .
contributed a
and this Inaugural, to beheld
help pay for the new stove artetj.the .. t
sum "; Injjtjfrff: executive olHces. A CHRISTMAS
church. F-I:
nt the parad6ihparllclpated In by as many
1. Circle No. Three met at the 't of Florida as LongState
counties Margaret
$ -. htr.07
home of the leader, Mrs. A. M.' w{f$h""sometime during the afternoon I Merry Christmas m / BARGAIN NEWS
Darby opening Distributing! Agent
Parby, with Mrs. is planned and from three Tag .

k the meeting and conducting the de- o' loO'k,until I 5 Governor and Mrs. .

yotlonal. Interesting ;plans were Carlton will hold open house atthe L

j made for the coming year's work, mansion where everybody will ._ Simmons Watch Chains Santa is delighted when he reads of our bargainsyou -

And this circle also contributed to will be too. make Christmas shopping
'f', ). the Move tgga..1II'4iNIN4 l They
I I I easy. The merchandise is so very attractive the prices
: AM: .
} Cut Glass I I are so very reasonable I Get the spirit of givingpatronize -

this store'and you will be able to give more

I The business and program meeting hmq tt Wrist Watches '' though spending less. These.offers speak for them-

! 'of the Baptist \V M. S.,' will 'I' selves:
I be held at the church next ; 1 Pocket
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afternoon at 3:30. A full attend I

ance is desired, as there. U Import Ii I Neck Chains I


,I.. ." SAVE MONEY ,Cuff Buttons ]I 25 Per Cent OFF

Starke Grove No. 273 Woodmen I 'I I I

,'.. Circle met Tuesday evening officers 1', '"i" Gifts, Olfts! A profusion of wonderful, : Clocks I

and members all present. I novel gifts, at the very lowest prices pos '. ." I'' I Sunbeam Electric Irons, Electric Percolators
for two new members I II"
Application, and wisdom In Rings
I sible. For real economy .

'held received.on Tuesday Next evening meeting, Jan will, ',, your .Christmas shopping, come to this I II. i .. .... Ever Ready Flashlights
store. A glance at the items below will I I .. .'
8th.;: Pub. Chm. I. *f 'convince: you. i' "' I :'..,: w V' *:

Lena. .Overstreet :L :J1i if I-- I Ii Fine watch repairing, spectacles h. ., .
WOMlivSASSOCIATION I Guns and Air Guns, Pocket KnivesI

1 YOUNG : i\\ ." "':1'Ladies ready-to-icear, prices from I repairing:, frames, I .. '

I Ii
, regular of the i $1.50 to $85.00 I temples. Good service -
The I. screws, WATCHES CLOCKS;
Young Women'Association will I' f \ ; I" ,

I o'clock be held at Friday the home'evening of Mrs.at A. six M.:,' a:I'I( Gifts( for all members of your family I at reasonable prices.WmJ.IMe I i ,. FISHING TACKLEi'

\ A special -program has V. \ I .. .
Darby. ;" \\1" 25c to $10.00 : -
been arranged for this meeting and :. I. I' DeWITT C. JONES
: all members are urged to be pres l

ent. j' I ; Christmas Cards, Boxes, Paper, Elc.MARGUERITE'S ;
Mildred Gill Pub. Chm.. I Hardware7" '
I Starke, Florida

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"yZ nu225'u25'u'-vur ut"'ur2.' +5'u u'' .5'2.S2.2 I Is enjoying a visit here with hci vention honored Mr Kickllter lam hero "ithr latlV ; i ford (county whose prnpem 1 t.'Ln'!I,., i nil i'. In,, i. 'II.111. 1\ ,
4-S" I .1 i link.
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Kd- year by electing' him one of the Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Brown joins all these new hl .'ungddlnn. ,"n..
I ward from Lake llutler: spent the week while the non-residents pro, I I t "..
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vice presidents.Your .. I n. .1..11.Ih.r.'ndllnt..
with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. is anywhere from 300 to :it .
Bits Mrs Charlie, E:. Johns and little portriat aa a Christmas Henry Brown from all these Improvements It alpImariiIK' hy nflUlnvll' npp"IIc1..rtIh
| lilll tiled In the aliovi
son of Baldwin were visiting; hor gift has a personal touch that no Mr. and Mrs. Nlrnm Wynn and I True, some Increase In M M"> Mint '1'. 11. ("IA"-", the rt.ifcnrtihurtMn stated- .,
'1.", family of Hampton, were visiting in Justifiable but Is an hu iiiimuil IH H nun-resldxnt "
sister, Mrs. J. E. Corpening Wednesday other gift run have. Make an appointment ,,.e Mtntv iif Florlfln und hr In n g.
Nev now and let your portrait relatives here Sunday afternoon I In one year of 100 per ('ent\J t ..nt nf Altiiiny, stuti. ut (.orfflii.. ;

: ; S afternoon.Mr. pay your friends a visit at Mr. ]Hubert Brown and slstf'r'l tiable4'e non-resident, II-1 twi'iily-onp nisi )Dellvvry)'Para mid. In II .I\T IH thi.refnrr the age ..:,'

.Christmas time.' Hoover Bros, Studio. Thema! 1\11(111111111 Cleo Reynolds of I uon-pnrtakcrs of any ,' .., thm milil non-rcNhlvnt cI.-l
ana hire J. S. Butler and Grahum, attended church here road benefits, say NO. ."l"int IIH unit IH hari'liy iviiulrcrl '
Our People Business and > iu>|M-ftr tii I thv hill of rntnitlulnt' III-
Concerning little the first of the ._ Taxation without '
eon spent Saturday night. ) In mtlil i-aiiNt on or before M"'lflov' :
Progress of the County and Town. week In Waldo, visiting Mr. and Nat Sternberg spent Monday and Mr. C. J. Davis and little lion, Is the one sore spot In all 1 '14th....day Situ of llllt-KHtlOMH.'January of A,Hlllll P l l'Mil:'i',

Mrs! O. N. CII nova. Lewis. motored over to Gainesville can: history. It will he wlHdl> IH .lie taken UK coiifimiirtl' by null
In Jacksonville where he
Tuesday .
Sunday afternoon.Mr. the part of Bradford county .t..n.l. nl.
S2.s--rlS2525tTlllat :: 5a.;C75aSaS7SC7SaS744; ? oooI -- rLI Dr. J. K. Chase of Ocala; is was one of the cast of the Pang and Mrs. Lester Kite and sors to look Into this and It! tit IN further luilillHlx-d ordered once that II week this nr-for,

William spending the week In Starke with ing Show of 1928, given; under !' 'IIII""l'U'lvlt week In the Irail-
REPORT; I Green of Jacksonville little daughter.; Louise spent Sun some relief or perhaps as the ,.
(spent the week-end In Starke with his. son-in-law and daughter Mr. the auspices of Morocco Temple day In Gainesville with relatives.Mr. tor of the Telegraph says, .' ?Cniinly.,. In said Teleirinoh County a und newspaper iSlattt.
friends. and J. C. Hoover A. A. O. N. M. S.. at the Temple Tills eeeinher 12th. IH2H.
lIOn, Dec. : and Mrs Hiram Prescott will need a bond Issue to .
steel Theatre Monday and Tuesday eve U.V. AI.DKH.MAV,
---- and family of aturke, spent Sunday people." A square deal for ) Clerk 'Ireiilt Court.
I Col. and Mrs. Joe 11111 Williamsand nings. ( C. A. tiN IfllI'r.
Star Min Preclpln4 Humming Bird Hose lii Xmas _._ with her parents, Mr. andMrs. ma II. JiuiMiiy Clerk.
of Lake Butler -
little daughter
,, 59 .46 boxes at Stump's.I Jake Brown Fair ;I )' (; IIM. WILLIAMSSolicitor
66 .10 were guests last Friday of Mr. You want a real portrait Insteadof for, Complnlnnnt.

:1:,: 59 -Tl I I Col. Joe Hill Williams of Lake and Mrs. H. L. Brownlee. coat merely so little-mean a good photograph.no much They I I'OHTMAMTKIVH: : Sl'KCMI: NOTICI J. K. 1'1; U-U-5I-1-1I :
.WAV Tilt
l' Ii\; 63 Butler, was a prominent visitor, Mm.. Edward: Brock and three Make an apopintment now. Hoover : '
50 ,13 to Starke Thursday afternoon I
Children, ot Bridgeport. Conn., Bros. Studio. James R. Hitch, an axed ; A {
'. : 36 That all patrons may sure CENT WORD
for visit with MrsBroek's .
have arrived
.... 29 Cossard Brassieres In Xmas sister, Mrs.a T. P. Wall. Mr and Mrs W. S. Johns of that Christmas mall will be de- dent of Bradford and Union ,

',,, 29 Boxes at Stump's.Mrs. 674 West Thirty-third street, an livered on time, We are sendingout ties 1 pasted away early COLUMN '

,- 34 the birth of a daughter, tljls special notice issued by __, '.
I Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Dowllng and nounce morning at the home of a \ -
c 40alnGII L. E. Mosley and children Friday December 7 at St. Luke's the l postmaster general. I 11 :NT- 7-room house, good t I
children and Mr. and Mrs. II. N. Mrs. Lawton Connor,
ter lI, I '
of the State Farm, were visitor hospital. Mrs. Johns will be remembered Postmasters are to suspend all condition, on MadlRou street. It.A.jllreen .

_______.69 (, to Starke Friday afternoon. ville.Dowllng spent Sunday In Jackson prior to her marriageas work from 12 o'clock midnight of several day. IllnesH resulting __ __ 1l-2-lf... .
I Miss Van Cone of Starke, Fla. Dec. 24th until 12 clock mid- a fall sustained last Friday.
aNelms Mrs. W. A. Sterns and daugh- Times-Union. night Dec 25th, except! special delivery The deceased was u former : It tNT Small cottage, one r
Mrs. Anna M. Kelly, Mrs Clyde Hluly"i block from paved street $10.,10per )
Fowler, ten Louise, spent Wednesda; service and the regular dill dent of Halford and Is well "
MM, A. B. Alvarez, Mrs. James Warren and month. H .1. Iavln.. ll-3i-tf.: ( '
111I shopping lu Jacksonville. of both nUl's.
beautiful throughout
Many styles' portraits patches of first class) mull. Incoming coin
November. 1st. Emmet: Kelly of Jacksonville,
boY Make appointment right Up to time funeral
t an mull to be received and stored press ''.1 i
W. ShuleiNovember Don't fail to the Xmas handkerchief spent Sunday In Starke with Mrs. IIlU/elllen U. LORD & CO., have Iwenlld.l-
itd h'l T see away. Remember your friends can but not worked. /; III were: not ( \))
lag/; to their Block: and can now
',." !:: 6tli( table at Stump's.Mr. T. P. Wall. buy anything you can give them There will be no delivery and on account of waiting/ for fiirnlinront
show good
lm" except your portrait. That in why rival of relatives in South you some .I.
StarkeKlckllter's. rural service Christmas day.
; ou
llillr Lee Carter and Mrs. O. C. Davis of Mr. and Mrs. DeWitt C. Jones, you should let your portrait pay no This that to be delivered' Mrs\ A. II. Green; of Slarke, bargain l>rh'PH. They ttlllwlnli Po';

abe'. ) nth Jacksonville, were Sunday guest and son Arthur Darby, of Gainesville your friends a visit at Christmas means daughter/; of the deceased.I !. to buy more, also clothing, ,
.. Sunday visit- your package or mall must reach sltti.. If In good.! '01111 It I\ln.
of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Dhvis. were In Starke time. Hoover Bios.' Studio .-- etc ( ;'
;at Ing Mrs. Jones' parents, Mr. and destination before Christmas. \'ElI.lXj: I 1'XI.m'SES: : .3rd, door east .of It. It. 12-H-lt.:! :
Newell H. Hull, Postmaster. ----- ---' --- 14
Miss Evelyn, Luck of the $tate Mrs. A. M. Darby. Rev. L. "'. Klckllter of Starke' I).\ '.
left I tour < .
|jew more days II-'fCN.-l'llIno at a
Farm, was a visitor to Stark< --- I'j visiting a week with his son,
Claus letter. 11.\l'TL4'rSunday \1111 1'lIlI'e. returned by a cuntou- (
Tuesday afternoon. i j Dr. and Mrs \V. E. Mlddletonhnd L. C. Kickliter and daughter, Mrs. All Friend's Camp No.
: -- as their guests last Tuesday, n( W. Thomas and their families. Woodmen of'I the World will ) er unable to complete paymentsIn
j of Brooker, school at 10 a. m. Al! neighborhood. This Is
Math ny "T4mllU and Mrs Mae your
W. M. WlmberV of Mrs W. Q. Dowllng and will '
..: He arrived Tuesday goi unveiling VuMclHon, at Snpn ('
litftut 10 Starke Saturday; of Jacksonville Mrs. Mid- children attend and help get ready a rare Imrnuln. For full particulars -
spent Sunday ]la Stark hl9: I om here Wednesday. of next weekto tery, near llulford Sunday
for Christmas tree address Ludden & HiiIeK
,.: dleton accompanied them back to "
family. Miami where he will attend
ieh >tit Klckllter's.- the city for a short visit. the Florida Baptist Convention ft.Worship at 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. noon: This at monument three-thirty will o'clock.) bo (' Albania I (ia.:_lJ-1; 't-ll.t

Miss Ethel Griffin spent tin ---- Mr. Klckllter will preach lit the SALK: A No. 3 Piulorwopil
ludMrs U A. Bishop were of Mr. Upchurch, leader of ilia over I he grave of the lute
week-end the, guest of relative! An interesting photograph First church next Sunday.
Baptist eta ndard typewriter In good condltlnn. -
Do Hitch who
our' eign Oroen
Jacksonville Thursday; nine men's work In churches will !
Mirfa! Martha Francew
u in Jacksonville. little -Stuart Dally News, Wednesday, Apply Telegraph olflco.
-- months old daughter, of Mr. and speak at both services. All men this life July 29th 1928.

YOUI i Santa Claus letteiBrttolhc L. II. Galney of Brooker, was at Mrs. J. K. Klckllter Jr., appearedIn 1 Dec.- 5. ot our congregation uru urged to Members of the Camp are 12-1-1-- --. -. _. -,-_. --- -
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Telegraph._ tending business In Starke Tues Sunday's TIi es-Union. The .Corpening's Drug Store will giveaway be present.) to meet at the hull at two ; -2 electric light IU turns ouor
have 11. Y. P. U. nt ';:30 m. Sun.day's .
day. little miss with her parents two big boxen of candy< today. p. .p. m \ near Call street Reward! If S!
III, cans. all sizes at Kick recently moved to St. Cloud } Each person Mid-week service1'ednesday at St. Pt'tl'rsbllrg-I"lol'hln
-- L. A. Wynn of Hampton was a ida. will, be given a slip containing a 7:30: in. Men's! AHHochitlon I IIl'O 1'll) I .. _
p I ---
business visitor to Starke Wednes- number and the holder of the luc with $ I ltnl.
0,000 >
[..Strive! of Brooker, was i irl9ltoi Sheriff and Mrs Marion McCee --- CIII 1)11 HAM'3 10-pleco illnlng room
Monday day. ky number will receive the box 1'SIl\'I'nl\: \ I.abelloCOlltra.t made
to and daughters of Stuart were unite Jacobean finish I-vlpl'o: \
The remaining box will be givento grading Sugnrlaiul lloulevard
little week-end guests; of Mrs.: McGee'smother living room unite, mahoRanyHnlHli.
her K Bend In your Santt Mrs. J. Paul Oreenway,visitors tc and sister Mrs. Louisa : the one guessing the exact number 10 a. m, Sunday school! J. M. More to threo miles beyond {' settee, rocker, chair.breakfast .
lion, of Hampton, were
litter once Swin- 'of pieces of candy Truby, supt. on.
at Swindell und Miss Hannah suit table und i'
Starke Wednesday morning./ --- -- ---- room
11 in.. Morning worship
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dell. herein.--- OUI'ii: KOI l l ,". '."' nix chairs all In good condition.
Sermon by the pastor "Lonlng the
| Stump's..j --- -
ud toys at ---- Mesdames H. C. Wall and \\'. M Mrs. S. E. Brownlee has returned s......................... Trail." In ('Ire.,tt fiiiirt-. Twi> I Two rongoleum rugs !xl2.12-14-lt.Mrs ;

Brlntion of Hugh, was of Wainwright Mrs. Mack were Granger guests In Thursdaj Waldo. : to her home here after a several : SAMPSON CITYCleo : I 0:30 p. m., Christian Endeavor HclHl...!:'trrnitr!!: : !! Hi'Hilfonl. County N. Steriiherg.- _

lioStarke Wednesday. days visit In Gainesville with Thomas 7:30: p. m., Evening' worship l --- --- --- -- .- -- ---- .- -- ,I 'i..
and daughter; Service of song and sermon. Sar
--- her son-in-law N.
fciBath Robes at Stump's.Sin was Johnnie attending Kile of to Hampton business Beach in! Judge; and Mrs. A. V. Long. i............N..4 .... I mon subject, 'Vhat la Your I

Starke Wednesday. ---- We had services hire Saturdayt'ght Lite7"
last week to send iistna Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Morgan; of and Sunday ,b,4the" pastor I Prayer meeting, Wednesday evening u

,, Claus letters.LeAtaterKent Mr. and Mrs Herbert A. Hart Okeechobee, have been recent Rev. King from HAmpton.We at 7:30.A : i
--- spent Sunday in Jacksonville' with guests of friends and' relatives. In are very sorry of the Illness cordial' invitation to all our r '. 'V.j

Radio wIth friends. Starke. Mrs. Morgan will be of, Mrs. Henry Brown. She will services extended In alt I t f fI

I ISO. Smith's Filling Station pleasantly remembered as Miss be carried (10 Starke Wednesday I .

Mr. and Mrs. W. E. White ol Jessie Thomas for treatment We' wish her a I I II '1 1I

u Gifts ot the practical sorli Portsmouth, Virginia, have located -- spent speedy recovery. I I TIIK..: I.'OIU'MAN : i I
W. J. Epperson
nips, Sheriff called I
winter. Mi Barney Moody was
the 1 1I
--- in Starke for Sunday In Jacksonville, and was bedside of his father Wednasday ___._ __ _____ /, l 't
to the I
i E Oldham of Jackson Col. Joe 11111 Williams, of Lake accompanied home by Mrs.week Epper:therewith last and afterwards spent a AIM-KAIj: roil PA 111 PLAY ,f fI
111 a business visitor tc to son, who spent last should the nonresidentof I 1r
visitor with relatives. Why
Butler, was a prominent and daughter-Ill-law, few days :
Monday Wednesday afternoon. her son Mr and Mrs. Arthur Brown of Bradford county be taxed In the 'qc
Starke .
Mr. und Mrs. P. L. Epperson.
Graham, spent Saturday evening same ratio as residents of Brad- I
LulXmaa !
Sale on Men's Tie! ---- --
ap's. Supt. and Mrs. H. Wiggins Mrs. Taylor Belcher of Garrlson- ----.-----.---.--,- .. ,-,---,_.. I
were shopping in Jacksonville) on-the-Hiidaoii, New York, has ar- 4erJ
I 4 rr
Tuesday. ilved' In Starke for a two months COLEMAN GASOLINEJEATERS (
:*At ater-Kent Radio will:

113.: Smith's Filling Station, Mrs. J. T. Moore and little son Mrs.visit J.with L. Frazee her parents: Her son Col. Taylor and I WOOD EATERS I II

ud Mrs E. J. Ward and and Mrs. 0. W. Brown of Lawtey Monday. Belcher, 'Jr., Is spending the ALL SIZES AND STYLES
were visitors to Starke- winter here with his grand-par-
(plbert, of Brooker, were vie ,
1'JStarke afternoon. ents"f! I
Monday !\I"fI" DeWitt C. JonesHARDWARE

I IIP'I Mr Mrs.John Uglow and Rev, L. W. Kick lter Is spending I I',
Store Is full of dolls and the '
Miss Carrie Uglow attended the week In Miamiwhere/: hole attending I
funeral of Mrs. Swanbom at Saxon, the FlorldVteaptlst State
---- Sunday afternoon; Convention as unrepresentative .. .
m Mrs. H M. Snyder and --------- - ---------
church. The con
the Starke
:und Louise Snyder spent Versailles from. 'I
Geo. A. Marcotte, A. 'Ii'
Tin Jacksonville. of Orange; i -t tI
Miss Lena Marcotte
and with STARKE FOLKS By J. E. Corpening
-- Park, spent Sunday In Starke I
w, comfortable and pretty
the Marcotte family,. I
'*at Stump's. I ,

Mr. -and; Mrs. W, L,. Edwards of -THINK I'LL'LL 60 PARTNERS} LETS Go AND = -- I II II

L Sowell ot Brooker, wan Jacksonville. were week-end OPEN UP A WITH "'(() u- BARK J LEARN HOW YoueaE OH / i
'ass visitor to Starke MonTpedal Edwards' parents,
guests MC. and, of Mrs.Mrs.William H. Struth. DRUG ) AMP MEOW / A, FIRST CLASSDRUGGIST V/E'LU Gb I (

reduction on sweat Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Alvarez and .

YBump'a.XJohnnie( children; of Jacksonville, were RUNS HIS !
week-end guests of relatives In SHOP / SUCCESS IN LIFE
Kile, of Hampton Starke.) ,
'*. vas In Starke I
: shopping --
""l I morning, and Mrs. J. C, Manning and -- AND GIve II
Mr. successful'
The shrewdest men and the most men
and Dora, e s r I
Misses Pearl f THE OAJCE J
Millinery Just arrived at spent daughters.Sunday In Jacksonville, visIting OVER. : use judgment-they play safe-they never rush

.1L- Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Boyer. ..-! .. I into anything inrolvlmr!! money without first inquiring I

N McRae, H. t.f as to its ilolidi i> '-then consult their banker !
to to send the Telegraph In yourfCUustetter C. D.Wall A. Montleth.and Hamilton B. E. Hitch attended You'll say that this store is run in a first class Corpening's! Drug Store p1"? !

IIbI./aton( December 21st. the Florida-Tennessee football manner-for your pleasure and profit as well as "The Service- i Store"Starke 1 I II I ,

; -K. S. Jensen and mother, game In Knoxville Saturday. ours. In every department our stock Is, fresh." I The Hank of Starke is in a position to render I I

'lArchambeault, spent Wed- Mrs. P. M. Barefoot and daughter Standard remedies. Pure drugs. Fla. service. Careful investment means first starting

"'"lopping In,Jacksonville. Sara returned to their home stay _.- -.- ,..,- ---.-.-- -,.. -, .... -- a checking account or savings account. Such an r .:

f1-*. here Saturday after a weeks -- account safeguards your money, yet it enables you

S. Blakely of Jackson- with relatives In Tampa. ...ImIWIIIMINMNIYIMsIuWe'l5RmlIl..5masNUUSiS. laM' __.._"'_sMIWes11WWanllnWlwsl'aiassu' "ssmInsIIIullinc,,""" "UlnNdaaassa'" ."" .._'ngjccjueNnsa. ....,Rhine, I
[);'' a visitor'to Starke dur- I to conduct your affairs in a systematic, business- t
J, M. I"e :Make a Bow to the Shop Early Movement." I
Week-end, Mra I
Mrs. H. If. Young, like manner, a manner that encourages thrift and .

Davis and Mrs. W. A. Sterns and 1 ANDREWS STORE t advancement.You '\
'J* Martha Mersereau, Is little daughter. Louise, spent last ; r:

Httli week In Orange Park Wednesday In Jacksonville. Grade Shirts and Ties for the Early I
heat of Miss Lena Marcotte. i High work only a certain number of hours each

"-taken Jor tailor-made Mrs. Harvey S. Long of Miami, ; Shopper I day, investments work all day and all night too. I' ISo

I l't' tuaranteed. M. -- Fascinating shirts and ties for men-as well an other articles consult us and find out how you can take advantage '

IAVItOn'l i of haberdashery-available at very low prices. Make your purr of investment in a savings or checking ac-
-, a chases early and be sure of having them packed in a special I
fr count. .
I and Boy's Shirts, Xmas' SayitwilhFloweraFlowers : a I r decorative Christmas box. ,

1lonly $loO at Stump's. For All j Both conservative' and "flashy" men's furnishing. Real quality -
I r i !
l I In every'piece of merchandise we sell.!! BANK OF STARKE

e Crosby of the Brooker Occasions To get the best SHOP NOW before the very shirt or tie you .

vat a business to Starke may particularly want is snatched away. I I

I I Gcdbey Our stock Is Urge-but the demand Is tremendous. I, The flank of Helpful Service
Gertrude I
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'OltltI'trtl\DiN'i: \ : ;: (''ot'It""" ": t
law I for the protection of bellutl- (
he i
hand must a
_- =- =- = ,:::;= __ ''== Containers now on and shrubs. oi-riitii: ix iiEKKlIsi'UGainesville. : :
_= -==._ "': disposed of before November ht. ful evergreen; trees K8 How pfBRIDG

1929. because after that date, .non such an holly magnolia sweet bay, ."'Kla.-A correspor 461 to
by this Act mountain laurel jasmine and hetysuckle. r
those prescribed
Farmers & Farming can but legally; be used. \ The dogwood, wild crabapple ence course In elementary beeketing i
Judas u'ee the 1 Bx-
and redbud or is now being given by I
:: flVH SHOI/M MlKHIir.V: : I are protected also All these trees tension Division of the Universl lty :

(Agricultural Editor) IN FAM FOIL IIHUI.HT: I and shrubs cannot he cut or dug will be glv-I a
.. riioKrr TO DAIHYMH; and sold or offered for sale If they of Florida b -
,. .- -- -. I I are obtained from the property of en by R. ":. Foster, apiary IIIBPec-\\ Wynne Fergusi

Farmers and Truckers Are Invited to Contribute Articles nalnesVllle, Fla.-The dairyman another whose written consent hall I tor for the State Plant Board In Author of 'PRACTICAL AUCTION
I 1 Extension BJU
: with the DI-I ? |
: : of Farm Experiences and Methods :Found who gets the best financial returns I not been given.C'Ii.IYOTI'1 y I cooperation vision.
\ To Be Best Suited to Our Country : from his cows Is the man who I KKI'OKTKII: : 1 I The course is composed of I Copyright 1928, by Hoyle, Jr.

! plans far enough ahead to have GROWN IN HKXICIt.M: lessons arranged for the begtnni

\ 'I .. .A--= ..::.. -t;'" the majority of his cows freshen ('o NTIES OK ST.\TI'' : Subjects taken up in the course 'I ARTICLE No. 8

r I' I from September 16 to November Brown, extensIon : 1- I I include management; Insect pesta' I',I In the previous article, reference was Problem No; 11
t_ Suggestions For New Standard each years says Harnlln Tallahassee.-The chayote. a and diseases of bees honey piductlon : made to the fact that one of the best I Hearts
dairy specialist. I and wlnterir is J I
marketing i by aI
I known In some | ways to improve your game
one seeded squash, Club.--Aq I, ;
Control Container Law I The cows which freshen during I Interested in this coune study of the manner in which gOod 4
Disease Diamonds
I Anyone
t, this period are tho cows that pr< marts of trade as the cactllil may secure details by writing to :I, i>Jay t. bid or play interesting ham. Spades- A. I| _Q g, 7'

duce most milk when It Is in most squash, In others as the vegetal General Extension Divisionthe ot.. Here are a few examples noted in oevening'

On Poultry Farm The Standard Container Anpusued demand and brings a better prlci pear, In now fruiting abundant the University at Gainesville. I I 1 play results that, carefully studio, Y

during the last session of The cow that freshens In the fal I I lu Florida i according will give good.. : ::1 B
Gainesville. Fla. DPP.-The to Congress, should have the careful I will likewise give the least! amount In many from county I AM .\ I'HIMSTSIAH; HKAti: Problem No. 8 : Z
montl to reports
: lowing poultry! pointers suggests attention of not only all grower of milk during the summer to 1I11sa Hearts-J, 10, 7, 6:1: Hems- A, sClubs s
\ agents
in price. demonstration FRIEND
veterinarian It is lowest home DEAR :
L. Shealy when 0
by Dr. A. but also the manufacturers -
I and shippers, I who does not Clubs-J, 7,5 -.Q, J 91
of the Experiment: Station, will I : and sellers of fruit and The dairyman Isabelle Thuraby marketing agellt Diamonds- A, 8, 5 Diamonds 0'

prove helpful to Florida poultrj vegetable containers. The purpoii e plan ahead and breed his cows bitveen for the State Home DemonwtratJ: SOON You will. I Spades-7, S I Spades K, Q 10 T 4!
men In their fight to keep dow of this Act Is to fix standards for I : December 15 and "Februar Department. Score, Y Z 12 A f B _

diseases: hampers for fruits and vegetable*. 1 l will find himself faced with the A native of Mexico, the dlayote HECEIVK: a letter I 1 Y : game. Z dealt and bid one

1. Remove and burn all rul It defines these containers to be acts that more of his cows will has become popular In many of the! sA i Br and! Y passed and B bid tw,

blsh Jitter or trash which may 1 Ion following capacities: Freshen In March and April than sub-tropical parts of the world.; WITH Christmas Seals I Z : bid two spades and A and !
of the B bid three heart
he and Z ,
t the premises and In the house One-eighth bushel, one-four! luring the fall. In this case Mexicans, It Is said, not only r os- Y bid three spade B and
In which birds are kept. !Ubhtl" onc-and-ona-fourth bush will\ have his heaviest milk suppl teem the fruit of the wine but find OF' Hearts -A, K, 9, 8,5 and A doubled. Atil< '

2. Wash the floors relllngi; els, one-and-one-halt bushels am it a season of the year when the I that the tuberous roots restmb Clubs -A opened the nine of hearts pays wli
. and roosts with lid Is lowest. Now Is a good the shoots EXPLAINING Diamonds9, 7, 4, 2: with the How
I;, dropping boards two bushels. For the purposes of 1cm a the yam, and that young ace. should hi
( hot water to which has been add the act I n bushel standard dry;; time to make a start toward getting are delicious prepared as Americans Spades 10, 8, 4 play of the hand/ An andy)
with this soln to freshen in the No score, rubber pame. Z dealt an given in the next article
the Mission
,I, ed. After washing measure, has a capacity of 2150.4;: cows prepare asparagus. THEIR Y bid
.' S bid one heart, A bid one spade,
floors, '
wash Mr. Drown FlorIda
thellllpl'ay or all, says vines in
lion Many single
cubic Inches.: .
t sow four hearts and all passed.A Answer to Problem.N
and having
1' reilliiKS, dropping boards "Standard splint baskets for another advantages of have produced In a season from AND your part and
/ such aB fall Is that the dry i played the ace king of spades Hearts A 9
with a disinfectant under the freshen in the than 200 I" ,
of roosts! fruits and vegetables, 200 to more of clubs. How shoul
f\\1.1, rreolln lysol, or carbolic acid I I'i In act shall\ be the four-quart basket, ows! can be carried through the weighing; from one to two pounc IN the safe-guarding of then Z play led the the hand ten so that he will! hay Clubs Diamonds- J, 9,9 7, j. J
-- 8
: 5 I strengths; or usformaldehyde on pasture with little orno and one odd? An 4
: to percent eight-quart basket twelve uart iiimmer each. Plenty of room the best chance to make four 7
Spades J, 10.
V solution of 4 to 8JI basket, sixteen-quart basket, tweu- feed cost, points out Mr. Brown, (rhayote fruit is! all the gardner THE Health analysis of this interesting hand will be -

h percent strength. ty-four quart basket, and thirty needs to secure a plentiful supply given in the next article. : Y .

'! 3. Spade up grounds ronstltut two quart basket, standard dry if It, It Is said 3F Florida. : A B ;
i I Ing the runs for poultry. measure, a quart dry measure hayIng I RtR.\I: COMMON: SENSE I Miss Thursby states that tbe S Problem No. 9 : Z ,

't : 4. Remove droppings at leas a capacity of 67.2 cubic injhes. By Spuds Johnson -hayote Is good to use trash as an THE Tuberculosis Association Hearts -10, 8. 2
sir once a week In order to keep prem ." t I Ingredient; In a raw salad U fine Clubs-9, 4, 3 Hearts- K, 6. 5, 2
I 9 8 6 Clubs- K, 10, 8
Diamonds ,
bell sanitary. from this thai boiled until tender and ea' little
It will be seen nerely ASKS so
t', t floors, droppinfhoards ; THKK4: : Spades-A, Q, 3, 2t Diamonds-A. I, 7
6. The ceilings and rillUSTMAtt and butte
small fruits salt
: all containers for toned with pepper Spades-A, K, 5
i and roosts should be given berries, as well as vegetables are or boiled cooled and served either uF you .. Y No score, lubber nme.' Z
frequent applications\ of a strong mention of a Christmas! tree In a : bid A
i netted by this Act. The leglula- The alone or with other vegetables to Br one no trump. and Y n
kerosene emulsion solution or a Ion requires that "no manufacturer Iways brings Joy and anticlpatlor salad with lettuce and mayonnaise WHILE you ,. Z 1Ifeart.A a.bid two diamond. Z to
mixture of crude petroleum and shall manufacture hampers, to I the younger folks. And It Is not or French dressing; fried, stutte t trump, all passed and A o

I kerosene In order to prevent the I ound stave baskets, or splint\ bas Ithout pleasant reminiscence! or baked with meats. They may be LllB: strong 9. 7, 6. 4 queen hold of the diamonds trick .and Zallowtdto A tlu
such and anticipation .
breeding of external paraslts tinge of Joy anll .
I jets for fruits and vegetables un- and a irlned and made into sweet Club.- 7, SDiamond.A six of dlamondi.. Y pUved
: us lice, mites and the chicken tick.., ens the dimension specifications for the older folks who, our pickles. As a "dilled" product AND seeks v. J, 7, 5, 2 mond, B the king and Z won I

k Carbolenlum Is also very useful for or such containers) shall have to cover their sentimentality, laytbat It has no rival. Spades- 10 with the ace. How should hi\

this purpose. >eeu submitted to and approved they are glad to see the The chayote Is best to use, TO make J No .core,'rubber game. Z dealt and play of the hand?

6. Frequent cleaning of the by the Secretary of Agriculture." Ministers having a good time. ome think, when about two third .,.S bid one heart. A' bid one upade and Y Solution: Z has only one gn

drinking and feeding troughs is also, that "It shall be unlawful to In recent years there have been grown," when it can be used without YOU strong and B passed. for game and that is by sett

essential. nanufacture for sale or shipment, Borne movements started to curtail peeling-that is, before the Z bid two diamond., A passed Y club suit or at least obta
7. Isolate any sick birds from Christmas trees with bid; hearts and all passed.If tricks in the suit and then t,
; sell to offer of t two
to offere for sale, to the use kin begins to toughen. /HEN you are
finesse and the
the healthy ones, and burn all for shipment, or to ship.hampers the idea that the practice was The word thrlps lightly on the A opened the eight of spades how ipade B's hand. finding

r. birds that die of any cause' what- ound stave baskets or splint bas- asteful and a menace to forestry tongue: as "shy-oaty" with the acrent WEAK -. should Z play the hand? An analysis ol He should plan his play a

:' ever. kets for fruits and vegetables elth- owever, foresters tell us that on the "oat." The seed Is sort his: hand, will be given in the next At the third trick, he should
::1 -' I I of not the case, and if It were from the uticle. in the lead
the lakes around Orlando or filled or unfilled or parts sllch Is and must not be removed IT Is a tragedy land by playing
Fishing In the such hampers, round stave baskets the practice Is l so well Intrenched I fruit for planting the whole frul Problem No. 10 .., >f hea-ts from his hand: am':
\, be resumed as
can now hard to stop. Solet he trick in Y's hand with t!
baskets that do not com- that It would be the ground the sl mend 'VHI N
I dosed season Is on In the good old r splint this us have our Christmas trees beIng put In surface the Ilrollt! Hearts-: 9, 7, S, :2 should then lead the jack ofif <
\ t summer time. The winter residents I ply with act. A community under the Clubi- 8DiamondsK f B doesn't cover, Z should
signify. ami
of Orlando can now Indulge This Act applies to containers alld all that they tree at the Just protruding. The roots TIllS old menace. Q, 9, 8, 7, 6, S, 2 ten ot clubs in the hope that
f in the sport that has sod In both Intrastate and Interstate Christmas loots both come from the Btetr Spades none ueen. If the jack of clubs
their fancy I It commerce, An Importan ef- IIrhool house, church, or other centrul ." id. Planting can take place anj HAS one rick, Y should now lead tli
t made this state famous I place, at which evIery fall until KB Z should,!
ft'rt of the law is to make InoperaIve gathering time in South Florida from : Y : rude* covers,
t y fixing weight per member of the community covering with rA i B lag. If H docs not cover anfspanks '
Construction will start at onceon all\ state laws I late spring- 01 F your loved ones :
1 remembered..would. be a Ii holds the tri f the Winter Haven Canners. I ushel for fruits and vegetables would be leaves or some kind of mulch Incalle Sr ; Z ; lear the nine of clubs andei.

1. Inr, building and equipment at whf."n such commodities are sold Ighty; fine thing. of frost dangers. IN Its grip. i ht from Z's hand if B doemh -,
Its requlre- While we are having our Chrlstas It Is advisable Hearts-A, S >
meeting Florida
'' Winter Haven. The new plant In baskets In North the If B docs
I\, and trees, let us not forget the hazards are over Clubs K, 10, 9. 6, 5, 2 queen.
fruits vegeibles
F i will have a rapacity of live hunched lents. Thus If to wait 'until frost RILE tragedy Could play the kind( and A,
; lu hampers or operty> rights of others however, the ground. Ifonce Diamonds none either ref I
f cases of grapefruit per day are shipped before placing In mace, can win at
I and will employ about 170 people. askets which meet the Bllecl! ca- alul cut these trees without first established It will spring upfrom SURROUNDS us Spades K, Q; J, the trick. Played in this way,
Z dealt! 1'1",1.bid
II. II. Wtldmnn of New York anti Ions of this Federal Act, any State : Gaining permisttlon! from the peril'tin the same root for many score rubber bid tame heart V bid :: !ire of a game if then can
A one ,
k; Porto Rico Is I establishing, the new iw which conflicts It In any way whose land. < they are growlug. j years.I IT 1 can not HUT touch one diamonds club and B passed.Z I ucn of clubs and the the actual morn,
two hand.I In
t iituiot bo enforced. Non-stuudaul The 1927 Legislature passed: des'.rlng: seed of this In- ill i B's
r plant. ( I Any one and A bid three follows
--- bid two spades! hclnd was as :
---- ---- --,-. t resting vegetable: may apply to.the US I even If hearts. Whit should \ do? I' H.ans. j. 10

} Home Demonstration Depart An analysis of'this hand and! of Z'sfirst I ClubQ
ment at Tallahassee Florida, for ONLY; remotely. two bids will be given in tile ne>Ctarticle. Diary l dOl K, (0( 5 J,

I ." \ pl'lces and further Information... Soadc-s -- 0 9 8 JDeKnnlak
? SO'hf."lp the sale .
II r<;ifi UI\'IIJI'S 15 H KIIOM .
a r .AiJKKTI/rrK.t b Iii.Si:.tltl'II Seals Belle Olalle-Plans' comPlete Sl'rngr| Nejcently
OF tuberculosis
by Florida East Coast Railway for dedicated here

'I,r Research work In agriculture; IIIthe construction of railroad Bradenton titiarantIc
I / AND rout Immediate
: m United States If measured bdollars { (,tension. from here to Miami Co., moves into newly

Is costing about $20,000- Tillgreat Locks. ed building.; _
000 a year, and the returns are'now .
amounting to more each yearthan
VKER: of orphans
--- -
the entire expenditure whlcbhas .
been made for all the work FROM our fair land. .

of the department and all the .
rtculturul colleges In the country The remarkable success of the

from their foundation dating Satuma Orange; festival held In

bu'k In some cases to shortly at- \\I1arlanna early In November "lias Of

the Civil War up to the pres- resulted in a decision to make this .c"'" all gifts
annual event. Theleaders \ ;
e t: time. \ ('aslon an ,.
3 ( t f rcF 1 I Dr. A. .... Woods, director ofScientific In the movement will forman
Work In. the United association for the purpose ofputting

Stutes Department of Agriculture, the festival on a gigantic

made this statement! on November sm le. Plans already discussed Indud a new motor ca

28.ln hU. address on "EducationI the co-operation of every .
<[I Research. In the Relation to inty from Duval to Escambla '

S&ipir* RLCistis"a+a'drob+4so'tsK ; Agriculture." delivered at the InIItallation and l preliminary work will startshortly of all anew
of Dr. John R. Turner as in order to build up a cars
; .
..iVJ1 silent of the University of \VeiltVirginia [ moth event with numerous ,

$ Morgantown.! tlpect'a'ulnr features.
t.JIi .. e4 1

I I ;; Buick the


( icii -- $ j" :, i BRADLEY'SFERTILIZERS fullest measure

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$ "-1.. .' t i: ( +

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:_;,," cheer could
111 _. vis
icrib' .J YOUR CALL you
: a Bradley's field representative,

t"R. ready to give you intelligent pains-
IF' 1 M'f1t'i;. .,'P Lm=! taking service that will help you possibly give
y. r obtain best results. Prompt deliveryis

another feature Bradley's service. '
r till Tin fOTTAClKM: 0I"'N Of course, the plan arrangement vestibule, the size and placing of and better crops. Ask U3 to prove it. .

.p'' SH.\SU'M: "'. (l'SHKCT10V I of these charming old houses It the casement windows, the detail We have the facts .

(''UTSWUI.I .not suited to modern American of chimney and dormer, all are au ..

I ways of living and In all cases thentic. J. W. White & Son G. W. Roberts

t (By R. C. Hunter & nro. Archt, where these old houses are used The plan layout Is simple, direct The Silver AnniversaBUICK
home it and livable. Itealen.
New York) us models for the modern
The ancient Cotswold section of Is necessary to evolve an entirelynew Here U a house for those who Starke Lawtey

centuries old, Is famous layout of plan. To do this want something that Is genuine In
the England world over for Its picturesque and yet retain the full charm of character, a home of outstandingmerit. Authorize "A A QUALITY FetUlierLook
the utmost .
and Is the mecca of artists the old cottages demands
1. cottages Interested In domestic arch skill on the part of the de This house measures 44 feet six ,

signer. Inches across) the front and should i With Ma,Nrpf.oo 11041. .1' J'1sI"

tecture.The character of these old cottages The house shown herewith Is the have a lot with a frontage of not for thlr > It >* roarseal
J first hand less than 55 feet. .
result of a thorough .
allures and holds one on th. back e guarantee COMPANY
roofs, study of these old cottages, an appreciation Complete working plans and REGISTER MOTOR
bound. Their picturesque of ball quality
well of their merit and an specifications of this house may be every t
chimneys and dormers their pleasing va understanding of their possibilities obtained for a nominal sum from \. Wfca B ttr Autoa obU.. At* B Ut. .. kick Will
.c detail,
studied riety of materials and textures and of adoption to modern American the building editor.. Refer. "*" toHouse
A-I 89.
schemes living
their soft blending color

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1'111 SKVFV:
u. j02M nRAnt'Onn rouxrY I.I'Gn.\l'II.: STARHE. FLORIDA .
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Survey of the F'I1t'lle: dlHtilrlI '
:;-' ,some way to cut expenses: next year sion.! I\tllllc'ute" !flint at leant. so acres of
ion To Face to make both ends: meet. I I "The railroads owe the stale :r The Wedding .March-1928 i strawberries are being grown thin.

DeficitTaking "It only stands to reason: thai ( nearly 1000.000 In taxes which I 811'19011vil 11 40 sere tract of T. (I.

fury there will have to be reduction j I are being held up pending settle '-,.. ;;'\ Nellans as the principal planting'

Office somewhere unless the state's revenue meat of their demand for new assessments .. ," A score of more farmers are cultivating
berry 11Old"Iud buyers
Increases," said State Treasurer on their properties. Pet ;

W. V. Knott. "If expenses keei I 11 pie ask: ''''hat has become of that l ,, am preparing--'-.to-.handle- .._-a-big- crop.

crillll, 1. 1CIpcd (hit 5 running ahead of Income some $16,000,000 surplus? The greater I Orlando played host to I.Suo[

1 rtlfing. thing must be done. Of course, II ''portion of that fund was road department : school teachers Friday of last ,
IIJ hard to tell right now Just what accumulated durIng -
money O week when the Florida Kducatlon-
1\CLE. will be necessary. It may happen the boom period when nroads Its
118 I, I II ul association opened convention -
.' ;JI', The Cart- that tax collections will pc'k: ui could be built because ol In the municipal auditorium I

lldraUh| must find some and other sources of revenue Increase ( the ruih'oada' embargo on mater with addresses by Dr. Kenrge: D.

arts", x,,'' .liMes of the goy Other state officials expressed miles of road which had to be paid Survey and other prominent national .

" .i" takes oharKefr ; similar views, but some were far for authorities on education f

,ll lahnssee If Florida from optimistic! over the outlook lln 4 ( t t pct Ic e t( .

.repack I on a sound Jinanc State Comptroller Amos has Issued "The general; fund has run short r t Polk City-Harfleld Lumber Co. .

an urgent plea to all state simply because we have been unable f build:ng! new caw mill here._ '
<< u .-crtaln, thoae who courts to co-operate lu reducinfi to collect taxes, licenses another ( r t
arb admit. much\ /t\ I ('I.t! fl'1'i-\N.1 s'I"1"'r.
.tali "- finances. expenses as as I possible b) money because .of businesconditions I tllIt'"U'l

+'!t,. which long could holding court longer hours and throughout.tbe the state I

bllllOg, treasury and shortening the terms In order tc The state budget is made up for :Monthly flnnnnm\ srslemen' r>fBiHilfont

I' debt l Is now bor- cut down fitness fees and Jury payrolls two years and It is impossible 4 to November,ooiinly 193ft.Ufnrrnl. for the month. of

from ,w meet current exrr1 lie ;warned the courts thai foretell just what will happen so, I > t a \ t gad ..,,"...
voneY ._. la'InaItrv'ragltM ,
unless something was done "the hasn't 111.) Oct u ims -
far ahead. Revenue come up diirliiHT mnnth, 104044 /
huge balance in Ithas outlook for regular salary checks to the eslmates and expenses have' \S rrnntB during month'-.._..1414nstlul '"

dwindled steadily is not good." gone on just the same. That's the I Klnr Nov and 1, 1IU8 Korrrltiirp_. __ _tuna.._ 99482 1Ital.

.uS, its peak In 1925. Disbursements of the general whole story." iicVol>"r"l. liiss\ 1\6.81\ I '
fund for the fiscal HIM'ol "tH dui'Inic month -X2x,15ftdfl
carlton admlnlstra- revenue year Whatever the (cause Florida, |
1 the 'WIII'I'lInl" during month .n:3 .
lover the reins of govrent ending June 30, 1928, showed an which, almost alone among the Hal Nov. I. 19JS --- .- 17J.4H ')
month, It will find Increase of $312,630.09 over disbursements states has been debt tree has beetgetting i nand fwnil.
Hal. not. I. IMSItiMflpiM : __ 72T \.:.in
c1D(<< a big debt Incurred for the year ending deeper and deeper In debt clmliii. inunt' hariiiniK :.177.'DT
I\s'ol\ yaer of the June 30, 1927 while the Increase during recent months and this Is \\' during month' .
'g Iset Idle. Nut.. HUH 1UI.U:;:I
\in during the same period the
revenue one of the major problems lurliMBtfurnl Fund1UI.
:gimeld revenue from various was only $14 8,129.63. according Carlton administration will haveto Oct. 1, tUIi! _- ..._ 99.:11): ;
greater tax de- to the state comptroller's' report deal with. erelplx l iliirlnir month 70. .peclallY !alms ilinlimr I 111)J)Iii .
given as the chiefDepletion HfCl'IptM and OlHlMirHcllMMltH While some oft ctals expressed Itch Nov I I. ISIS ._ no.. *

of state funds. Itecelpts of the general fund for the opinion that it would be "bad .J" >';, :, '" Oct I\,%.I'h.titan\ .V*.. I'CUMloUHal. .uu IOtII.1:

!191 l fund!, from which the year ending June 30, 192S, totaled publicity" to publish the fact that I i Ittn'vlptH! iliiilntr I n:: : II't.:t.. .
\\' l-lllllH, illltltlMT '\ : :! (
: are paid has 4752845.28, and receipts the state is being forced to borrow HI .. ______
twenties Buick chassis Nov 1. HIS*
' for. the year ending June 30 1927were others declared that the On a is mounted this flower-decked sedan of a Chinese bride, ready for the Hal. Fund
jllimlVliH,M! hit. -
Cral fund, which had a for the year ending June 30,, state of affairs. poles upon which coolies for centuries have borne the bride's sedan. |WarrantH clptii iliiilntr during month month---------

LJ2.383,311.93!($ on June 1928 totaled $7,095,358.97 and All agree that there Is little hope ----- I I1ftl. Nov J. I1I3H: ._fund_..___ .__ 22 13
i* was wiped out many for the year ending June 30, 1927. for reduction of taxes In the Immediate I Movement of Florida citrus nnl 'I"h..r I, 1U28KirilitM _____ 1111
then be.mng The comptroller's) and that It will flitrlnir. month .----
. and thetiltate $6,682,728.88. future fruit In carload lots to November .
, '
.co money from special report, however, shows balances) be up to the next legislature to BUY CHRISTMAS SEALS I II 127 exceeds total shipments made' \Hal\ ''''ftl'"I"Nov. during t, 1UH! month. ,_..-.-.-.. 71H\

iii borrowing where it carried over from the previous find some remedy for the financial : I up to a corresponding\ date one Stntn llradoiii of Florida County.Novwinlirr ,. '

"n.lo -carry on." years as 2383311.93 on July 1. Ills the state has fallen heir to I I year ago by approximately 17 percent I 1, T.I28\ .
general fund 1927. and $4,461,325.16 on July e 1 hereby earthy that the forK In':
the according to United Stales \
\*lk of I .j l and \ ai -
..latm, iit of the l< rlpt I
i from a portion of the ,1, 1926 The Department of Journalismof I I II I department of agriculture figures I rant' Issued) against the funila .i..f
maKe The millage for .The financial condition of the the University of Florida Issued r released Friday afternoon through Itrndfonl. count tar the I month '
IU2H, IK Ifnii nnil' i urreet' t?
:Itbls year was 3 1-8 mills state has caused some concern to tho Saturday edition of the Orlando I \ Chase and company; Orlando the Nov.b"..l ol knowledge l nirii: ;ll (.
sill state lew. ThisIIDrreaH state employes who have been 'Sentinel last week and It was und packers. cl, AI.IHOIIMA.V.: ,
;II H l growers Circuit I'oin-t.
, d to 4 mills next wondering if their salaries will be a (credit: to Orlando and to the -. Clerk of the UraiKoiil. oounty.Alilermun aDlnnche

jibe. state levy has been forthcoming this month. All are University. Actual work on newspapers The elites of Florida( ore preparing 11. C

,jtrom( 7 1-2 to 9 mills. expected to be paid however as : give the embryo JournalihU HIiISTMAS EETINGS r; l to put on HO ni o Linn lighting effects 'flPI'it.rt

Ink the Increase may prove the loan of $500,000 which has a chance at the real thing. 1 1 1 I during the holiday: season .
will take care of i Court of County Judge. H"II.ItU"11 -
jUe Carlton admlnlstra- been arranged for and many of them will keep the In
>> Dole's memorial to Plnilil.i' .
W. (
,lilting money for the genii expenses for this month officials Edward and gift to the gill < olore his' grandparents
the taxpayers will find sill(I. I winter season. Thore In nothing HtfVfnmin.MiTU'K .
of Florida\ was made public: I.l hereby "given, to nil
start In the boost of the Where has the money /gone: ? The people e i quite as good lu the way of publicity whom It I IIIa.v concern, that Oil tho17th
ijfrom 7 1-2 to C!: mills, different answers to this question Sunday when the first recital on I A 4 \ as well lighted cities tI(1 the lay ..iim-pnilu-r, A. IL, r:>ZN, twill
set of sixty-one carillon lloiiriiat l "|""IIKA. "
I thii
the the mighty apply. to
H recent months money will equal! number of times ot II colored lighting weighing an average I .
.onitantly diverted from question 1 Is asked In Tallahassee I with such Rood results arc making court, nt his nlllcn In Stiirki ,

pace, and various loans I Charges of extravagance, mismanagement one audience ton each of was approximately 1 played before 20- ..t; a : Florida popular\ with the winter of mUiiKl Probate, ,+l county, for an, 1-irnlila ardor I.,)UK tulintt Judge topriiliatw

* arranged fur to meet and other Irregularities an visitors! tho 'iHi-t will and teetnnrutaert
Ml deficit which is estl- are hotly denied by state otllI OliO at, the Moimtaln Lake sunetuary ---.-.- of, llfiiry Large. HtpvrnMon and 1Ne? i
I Lake Wales Jr1 '. rid I at thu slues' Hum UInrN
near H
U nose| to $200,000 a eels: They say that the financial t, _:Jacksonville' Plans ,lIlIl'lIsHed will imply. tn the Judge of the xulitCourt

'pr the present fiscal year. condition of the state resulted Altl-ollllh; : declining slightly; at ix'a j T" d a for election on proponed I $2,100,- for, of all the miler" Iiml apiHilnlliiK. will arid txvtanuiit mo aHxucutor -

Hi amounts have been di- from circumstances\ which no ona I compared with 1927. Florida with _' 000 bond issue for paving and sew of Inn mlil II miry" Large NtecIINnII. -
of the that Is, greatly; reduced Improvements. .. llHIfllMIMlThlM I .
:tom special funds could foresee- 176 per cent on March 1, 1928, erage of November, A.
14IU day
'"iO.OOO having been taken receipts from nearly every led the entire nation In the average I } r y r /9 9u Davenport} -New citrus parking D. in

lilrom a road department source of revenue. value per acre of Its farm real I I plant of Holly 11111 Fruit Products! I WI I1.1.1JriIOLMI14wr10vIe'N: lly'" A. H. fltKWH; : .

I'|:26,00: net aside for en- The difficulty of collecting taxes, estate: according; to figures announced I Inc, completed and nponeil' ll-lfl-Bt-12-14 HIM Attorney.HITCH'S ,
and principal reason, for ____ ____ __ .._ e' ''
"land other expenses Is given as the by the United States lepiutnient -- -- ------- ---------- ---- -- .
Yp q
lInts have been made to monthly deficits. of agriculture. 1 I
IMO.OOO from banks In Collect Only' 7O IVr tY'nt. .

jiid' Jacksonville "We have been collecting only SaniHotu's greatest gala event,-- i I r' I IJ

!AttniiutirrniriitH about 70 per cent of taxes whereas the Pageant of Sara De Sola--will I

,Urals have made no pub- collections generally average be held March 6-9 and the plans II II

.iicements of these loans, around 86 to 95 per cent" said I for the big festival this season I I

liiimlt(r that it has .been Governor Martin "And on top of I call for a celebration even greater I I I SERVICE STATION :.

n to meet general expen- this Income from charter fees, various than that of last' year when the J .
":Tal8o admit that unless licenses and other sources of greatest festival of Its kind ever I ,

1 show substantial In- revenue has dropped steadily because produced was pulled off III grand Starke Florida r

it will be necessary to find of general business depres- style at Sarasota i 7I :

New Graf Zeppelin Dress the. Rage AbroadAmerican t t i f fI The Ship of Health Is Santa's. Flagship__ ,' fjv.'

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Nonce To I't'rttoiis Slaanhl Tln){ lowed Inspector of hides of slaughtered ,

.M ., ,- _. / ---,- fine of not more than ten dollarsnor ,tI
Sec. G183. It shall be the'dutyof "
more than twenty days In jail. I .
any persons offering for sale In }
: ."" .. I will be at the meat market of
I 1
............ any county of the state, where In- tlt ,
t'CS Mitch Edwards every day to rec- r'
pectors of hides and marks have'
9'yn tJ ord all marks and brands of beef i '
? ;7H agyrgyr4uls. been appointed to notify said inSpector I
; rtd and hogs offered for sale In districts r
at the place such beef or
J No. 2 and 3 of Sturke, Bradford -
hogs are offered for sale of the I
slaughter of such beef and hogs. county Florida. 1 ,
1. Any person falling to comply with II f 1
Inspector of Marks and Hrands of I I e
I IYI this provision shall be punished bya
Districts No 2 and 3 of Bradford ,
fine not exceeding one hundred
Florida. ,I '
dollars or Imprisoned not exceeding .' I
ninety days m1GtCaNlxOgab I

Sec. 6196. Any person who ,
shall offer for sale any slaughtered COFFINS & CASKETS

beef or hogs, without exhibitingand i and a Full Line) of
subjecting: to Inspection! the i'
hides containing the mutilated Undertakers Supplies $10000 1I

cars of each and every beef and
the head with unmutllated ears of AUTOMOBILE HEARSB

each and every hog so offered/ for Alw.T* .. ...... Tie t... .....- iI i
sale, or who shall mutilate such .I .M l....... prim.tflntl ....... 5- I .
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I < ears before Inspection, shall be
f ,
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punished by fine of one hundred : for Ms
dollars or Imprisoned not exceed- C. JONES I

ing sixty days. STAKKE, FLA. .
i DR jCKEPoR.r Sec. 6182. Every person refusing a .

N to pay the Inspection fee al OsL70IdlrCCJIDOkg


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rJ i-to-we1U' IndiuZeppelin named the diesa ao far In advance of the average designer' ;
41Ip OetltllUlY' oabe faOra creation la the Oraf Zeppelin [ Tire Value." "
.... : on Ofl-' Tb International garment wh'.sh dll- ,\
luxe Dreu that It tt now being INSURANCE g |
IIb1Cafrlvel! In Fred- the last word In tip-to-date da In Oermany'a largest depart j
:tb..fZ1 OQ Yovemberr lit they style' waa borne directly to the Ber-fsmaiu meat played atore. I ; All sizes at proportion-

i.... she' of the moat Telta Department Store In Jewel and Mr. Cllraan who Get
Mr. low
l1IocIela they .ver pro- lla. Of course it took Germany thrilling journey through t" ately I Ii
of new
.......1Irtq *al carried alongpersonal storm. The Introduction to American ',
in order place '
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lug- faahlona by world are being
Fuhlon before th.
t'.;. hitualJy wu etrlcUY which no one bad ever beard of or complimented for their enterprise. STARKE FLA. i I '/Iii

y .:.:!. tJrpctclJUoD 01 this even thought of. It was a that unique an The Oraf Zeppelin Drew will soon I I 1-.":s
'111 b011,2 of the 'fistJq occailon. with the reeult. throughout the United I I I
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im.nroiin COC.VTY Tti1.T: .(;n.1PR. HTAHTCK. FT.OKTTU ._ .___ __ ._ _,_ '_ __I Ie
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P\GE ---- ----- -- --- ------- in :that beats\ Bradford the home Dec i nil h, ,
.... h....__ asking a man to serve CO days
-'- touchdowns nor where they have donned white shoes and pur- Tallahassee at bare living wage:' ,county of Green all to flinders. If to n *t .1, I

Bradford County Telegraph I ple socks and chased a tennis ball around two acres of ground ---Kissimmee Valley Gazette."Transportalion i you want to lire In'a real honest- tery HI.I. I
..... his vtUlmv
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Established 1877 trying to knock it over the top of the shad net stretched across of our to-gondneaH '. Democratic! countycome Oley, /l;i 11., '1
., .. the court.A of In- to Madison ('ounty.Ve can of Lalu fin''
Integral part
in the country crow about Madison but denied If ,
and appearing from
figures 1.
Class glance at their faces and the "IK
Fridays and Entered as Second dilstry. the transporters that Is not about the limit of our .. I
Weekly on
Published FloridaE. Times-Union, last Sunday, does not indj Office at Starke, from ,,
Matter at the Post: successful Sim : _
who crave front page publicity by stealing rides on airships buslncJi: : requires Apologies to you and Madison }

S. Matthews _____________-'_______Owner and publisher type or who hang around cold drink.'stands and pose in frontof transportation and business when will the railroads decrease -- county r.fadlsoa."ls not onlya Johns grand-child:of ,i lII\',, .

J. C. Robinson_________..._,_._____-.-_____ Managing EditSUBSCIII'TION the mirrors Marceling their tawny locks with a mail-order and starve die." The words art. almost good: as democratic good a place county to live but in as is -', I"
press- < \ltU .rniv
Elliott 1
B. 1
celluloid pocket comb. those of George Bradford.-Starke Telegraph. Just
RATE dent of the Atlantic Coast Line to show that there Is no bad
got their pictures in the paper you ,
Not on your life. These boys spoken at a meeting ol We wish
railroad feeling about the matter will trade ?"(d|
Yearly, $1.50; Six MonthsPayable: in Advance I for doing something; something worth while. It was they rail executives In Jacksonville yes you hog and hominy for a box of :thanks to tit, w
Advertising Rates on. Application. who took the Florida State Fair prizes for championship stock. terday. They bring; out a fact ofc tour luscious strawberries I to help UK in me 1
T overlooked the prospers death of ,
ten fireenvllle mil 'h'' 'lanjBradenton ,
.. ..= == = >= These boys are CHAMPIONS alright-champion raisers of whole ,1.8 Progress (
f -- -", ity of the nation as \1 Sam
; mighty bull yearlings, nifty purebred heifers and hogs of the largely wrapped up In the prosper', I 'I '
hardsurfaced-932.IJI.v -{ 1)K.\TH: ()I> HAM: MOODY r1
Road 28 systemsThis Ii
furnish that "ham-what-am; erlty of transportation *" ,
kind that --
(] J.'.' is a challenge to the publlf 'i ;; \""u jr.
seals. They are leaving on a free trip for Chicago, where they go its own property, Bine:* i The death angel entered the : from here ti, Pmmettu'
Pon't forget your Christmas, "l later to protect Qome of Mr: and Mrs. Charlie McKinney tee River ,, I
America ,
-b- to attend the International 'l Livestock"'Exhibi on, and there is not a community In "I1I1Jlled, WI
and took her father,
: away electric
,, is happy ajrbymT(1: hristmas time except the will visit the University of Illinois, at Urbana. These boys in transportation which values conditions.are not affectejl'--Py. Mr. Sam Moody. He was born at Jack ollvll.povi," 'mri)1"'"I'

" Everyone }, I deserve credit and the Florida counties that produced themare latka by riaily News.Congressman ''I fort Call September. 9, 1854 and construct $5 .. yI

.. postman.' ,k.,(0 )1"- truly honored by their names, A little later on in yearswe _0- .,,"' .after. several, weeks of illness died -office--here-

't te Vrvhat' Florida hasn't than what may well expect these same boys to visit Tallahassee of- Green's dlstr\ t l : 'niiiiiiiiiiiimiiMiiiiiiii' ""n mi'11''! mi'mi,'i"IIIIIMI'' ''iKiiniiiniiiiiiiiiiininiiiniiniMiiiiiWiiiiiii'' '''' n''I i",i",
I 'j It takes less space to ficially and later take their turn in Washington.-Palatka stayed in the democratic column, :
! } she has. 'h I only Madison and Marlon counties
i 0 Times-Herald. falling by the wayside.-J. C. Rob

00 j Santa Claus prices for e--- inson, In Starke Telegraph. What' GIFTS
/! .; Plant, City growers arc- getting home to see the world, and the ayemean J. C. Madison county bone !
h ) their berries. ''.," lit' of the banner democrat coun- j .
y ; girls leave to let the world see
\ I 0 From Other Pens them.-Us. We get the reputationfor ties In the state. Green received
] and
I 54 for Chaires, for
I' 883 votes to \
One more chance to remind you to do your Christma; being sage because there Is BO r Iii1.A'
..little dressing.-Clermont Press _. .

I shopping 1 'h'in Starke. o When the hug-me-tlght buggy; -0- I I r H' I
Il A committee was appointed at
F \ l' Claus went Into the discard the s'ueezemetadeath I I II MEN
I. \l Phil Armstrong pulls a "boner" when he says Santa the Leesburg meeting of the Pa-
"' lizzie took its place- RAQ-raphers to Inquire Into the -
never. has a blowout or puncture. Ocala Star. t,ease of absence ot Avery Powell I I
1) 0- and Leslie George at two successive -
If wish to get the mbst out of the Christmas season, Eliminating static from radio Is, meetings.-J, C. Robinson in I I J This is the shop where'the best gifts for m
you like taking: the hot air put of politics Bradford County-Telegraph. You j I I can be obtained-enchanUng ties, shirts a
others happy.
forget self in making ;; a possibility but not a probe tell 'em Avery it makes us so sad
't5I billty.-ocala Star., every time we think about missing i I socks in a wide variety of sizes and colors. Yi

I It is rumored that road contracts now let will take all expected -0- these fine meetings a big lump can be sure that you will get something he v,
v Starke Telegraph thinks' a fev gets in our thorax-borax.-Oreen- like here. At bargain prices too! Shop eat
funds for the next two re rfl.0 more bond Issues will call for more ville Progress. Men's Shirts 1-
--.- bond issues to feed the taxpayers. ---o- to have a full assortment to choose from.

Starke now has direct bush line'connections with Chicagc And much more raising of taxes Here's what ,an exchange givesas I
and state, and city wil GREATLY
county an answer to the question
:rack your gat and buy yourself' a one-way ticket. own the property.-Times-Union. "What Is A Man?: To doctors- 1 J. M. ALVAREZ
0r ------o- he's a patient. To professors REDUCED
r' fined a''woman $10 for owning a Some men complain because student. To teachers-a pupil. To
Petersburg judge
St. Broadcloth shirts in white, STARKE FLORIDA
their wives keep talkIng' about ministers-a reprobate. To competitors I ,
rooster with a bad case of''in !omnia. That bird will be in hot/ their former husbands. That's nol -a crook. To sellers-a blue or tan . .collars attached -
'I ,''. 'I half bad having them talk client. or neckband style ,
water ere long. as as prospect. To lawyers-a aAmIIIIIItmIMlrIIItIAIIIIImmflnlOmulnwwuwIeirrImr1IIme! 'tmmmmnnpmmlMNmisnune' "'r'1I< "
t; about the kind of men they intend To hostelries-a guest. To animals fancy broadcloth and woven ,
, their future husbands will be.- -a murderer. 1 To girls-a madras shirts with collars attached -
'f The Eighteenth amendment will be enforced when the Ocala Star. fish. To women-a fool.-Bra . these shirts are
bootleggers start getting more money out of the racket thai -o-- denton Herald. well made and cut full size.
If want to hear a man stammer -
you the most remarkable -
", -0- They represent
I the prohibition officers. '
and act foolish, just say to the Our legislators draw $6 a day; shirt values ever
0" next show bird peddler;; "No, I'mnot brick layers and plasterers $12. offered at .
Freeman of the Avon'' Park Sun promises to paint his Interested In what you have to The laborer lives at home-the Hull's StoreChristmas

town red when the PaRAGraphers meet there in January. He sell. Merchants here in town who legislator pays hotel bills another $1.00 to $2.50Sternberg's
live here the year around supplyall 100 per cent increase in expense.
should leave that for the PaRAGraphers to do. my needs."--Chlpley Banner. Next time you have an urge to explode -
0' -0According about the doings of your
Florida legislature to the Bradenton Her- law-makIng bodies, think of that.
One of the new laws proposed for the next .
Florida ------------------
will lecture on
ald Telegraph.
Gallup -Bradford County 1
is the drivers' license law. A good law, but it should skies Probably a speedy descrip The amendment increasing the pay STAIIKE

not be used to extract another tax from owners of automo Lion of shooting stars.-Bradford of legislators* fell short only about i I I1"II"IftII..wIll"I1"
County Telegraph. No 'twas ahoni 9,000 votes showing that thinking
biles. a total eclipse.-Bradenton Her people realized the Injustice ot is Comb
0 ald.
Next season's autos will "show a tendency toward curved -0- """ ' ;" 'jIIIIA' I dIIepYIIYIIWIINIIIWIItl11141111YIlIIIWIXIeIItlIWyIIIIIIIII'; Y41AUW'

lines and live colors" says'' ome-of:the leading body manu EverybodY} these days Is talking l iiiMHAROLD C, WALLINSURANCE
about the chain stores. The newspapers ,
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facturers. Sounds like a descrjption of the stockingless flap discuss them and the Independent

per. !.I" '' t', merchant "CUSS" them.

t 0" ". As a rule, however, the chain
stores advertise and the ones who
When a man appears on.the' street with a scratched fac< do the "CtrssiNO" donot..-Mas- 8TARKE, FLORIDA SEEOURFURNITURDEPARTMENT

it is not always a dull razor blade A rough bath towel wil tings Herald.Don Represents the Best Leading Insurance ('ompan'lellFIDE.

accomplish the same thing.-Times-Union. Starke sheik I is Locliner----0--pf the Clermont ACCIDENT' LIFE, AUTOMOBILE. BOND LIABILITY. ,

of the opinion that a tlapperts'. 'naiis'will do more than either. Press has qualified as Florida's a Jvnw' ADJUSTMENTS M.\DK PROMPTLY I II

wlulh.' ,. wise man among the newspaper I*J./IIIIIIIIY1NA01nn11141alllalallalal-' "" !!!!!IINIIIIIIINIUYIaaIMITIIIIIlI1111NIItlIpryIIMAlII1111XXaw'L!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!;!!| !!!!!!! "" iiiiMiiiiiiiii uuanmniinniimiiiimnmiiiiiiiutiiiiiiiniiiima
('raternlty. He says that boys leave ,
.k, In her column "As I Stte It;" Snphie Jean Irving of the ,. --.--. ----- -- .. .- .. --.i' UPSTAIRSMR.
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,High Springs Telegram reprinted what tourists, making in -.- --- -- I I II

quiries about routes to differ&1't't'' ,''vns, had to say. The col I ,I I II HUTTON IN CHARGE

1 umn carried the following pdhigraph about Starke r "Got quite) I

triMl"'th'3t's where got straw --- -,--- -----------
a thrill over there. .1 re'M we
berries right oft the vines Ivvhenitall'the! folks up home were Cl
Solid Oak Tables China
about to freeze."-J. M. Merger,1\ liaftsing. Mich. ,

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'-"'-'= Cots
Y ets, Folding and Day Beds ,

Outside a bright and shiny1 wfmlow :4.;.;',. + Springs, Mattresses, All at Especia.

1 That befronta a toysh'on\\place, '" 1 : LOW PRICES
% '
,i If you watch a little buddy i iI iI
( *As he presses close' his r ce. ..V,
Toys and things that seom to thrill him :> I I ." ,"

Y ) &' ; Hold him there the live-long day, :; : I Parlor Sets and Other Special Piec
Sorta wishing, kinda hoping; 1 :}:,,' I
A Few
E, I,: But it's in the dark he's groping, n ft(, ', I We've Searched the Field and Recom- Refrigerators

That's a little poor kids: way. \f" ,'. 1 IT WILL PAY YOU TO BUY THE

Queer, but they don't let him touch them ; :' i mend the New Line of R. C. A. I NOW

p, Stand and look-I guess that's all. V 'fI ---
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l"' None to give, nor none to loan them ; i' : 1" ; I Radiolas

Cooks as if he'd never own them. 1 1I We are "all set" for SPECIAL HO

"; Doesn't seem quite, fair, at all. f ';jj?\*?- r 1I I
I Our reputation and business success dependsupon DAY "fixings,"_ Groceries, Fr
Comes the day of Christmas spirit. ,J I jjr "I I
< satisfaction with the radio set
> < .' your you
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true? Fruits and Vegetables.
,; Cheer for all? Is that quite

Well, it can be if we'll make: ,it. t T : M t ., buy from us and with our service as well. Unhesitatingly Illlilp p- -_- -,., ..... .. .-. '
: ; Brighten Mp a heart-or break.. ( it; r '? : -j : : we offer the Radiola in seven mod

.I) All depends on what we- do.- '( 1 W* t( els suited to every type of operation, and every HENS AND FRYERS, GUARA

}Z'I.:: *** Let's remember all these kiddies; V / "" I reception requirement. In simplicity of operation TEED FRESH EGGS

t I Not forget that they are here. .f --c"" I and in tone fidelity they are the year's outstanding ., ..-- ... ..... .-..-

\ Make some poor tot glad he's living. f ."ry' I : triumph in Radio development.From Courteous Treatment to Everyone
do share by giving! .
.'" ., You can your __ i at p** ***
-''. Be a Santa Pal this year t ,fj. JA the Radiola 16 at $69.50 to Radiola 64 ?

,,; ,. ; -Bradenton 0 Herald. v r J at $550.00, these fine instruments are the great- FIRE WORKS AND

t\\ i SEVEN FLORIDA HEROES:: / est intrinsic worth in Radio today.

. Ben McLaughlin, of Marion county. / / FIRE CRACKERS '
George Apthrop, of Leon county. I. f F COME IN AND LET US DEMONSTRATE

,. Richard Bradford, of Leon county. \ f LIBERAL TERMSSMITH'S

!|l; Rhydon Owens, of Nassau county. f ',ff" I,

f i Hubert Jones, of Nassau county. I" I STORE
"I | Ernest Young of Madison county.

jll! Gordon Henderson, Madison, county.
1 The seven Florida lads named above, are true Florida i STARKE. FLORIDA

:. heroes in every sense of the word. You will find no record of

.t where any of these boys have made any dashing football 1
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