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 21, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
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System ID: UF00027795:02364
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Next Week SHIPPERS GET I CARLTONVILL Florida Welfare Here Is RosterOf Penney-Gwinn! Lighted Route 'tt

RATE SAVINGSOF CUT EXPENSES Head Quits; Funds: New SolonsIn Gets Addition To Give Tampa '! .

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$50 Governor-ICIort Outlines Ten Alma Legislature flan for I,olm< < ACI-I-H Moiv'lik ('Iny ,,,,, ,

In "HtMtcv I -- County Now '

Shippers or .:Slor.cla)! fruits and Shortage of stale funds, which ('I'a\\ ford
1 vegetables in mixed' car lots were oyle E. Carlton Rovernnr-elect apparently is affecting all departments Florida HOUM and S-nalt- Penuey-Gwlnn fanriv; hear pa and Atlanta thus connectingwith

I assured a freight saving of approxImately : In a special dispatch to the Wall of government has caused Green Cove Springs, It'preparingland ; the northern and western air

$50 a car by an agreement Street Journal tells the 10 things, the resignation of Kdwln H. CalvIn Secretary of State II. Clay Crawford for an addition of IO'O'acres'to ( routes should be Inaugurated aa ; ,

nsua reached between! representatives ,of I he plans to do when he takes office : as commissioner of public wel has furnished a roster of the Its planting area! In Clay county. soon as the department of com- '1

railroads and sI1IP.ers'FI'ldllY( i In January. far and a reorganization of that new Florida legislature Cut the Dr. Burdette G. Lewis,' business( ,merce completes the lighting of tile rJacksonvilleAtlanta

The agreement put al\ end to a I Here ate his objectives? bureau. list out of the paper.and preserve administrator for the 1\'rl'd .\/I1"l\ I airway. '

) controversy which was scheduled "First-Carrying out the program Mr. Gavin's resignation was It. You will need it by and by: announces. I This statement was made by officials t
before the interstate commerce ; of road construction already made effective Doc 31. It was Semite The Increase Includea' l acres of I'itcarin'Avfatton ot Virginia '

i commission Wednesday in Jacksonville laid down by the legislature; but sent to the state beard of public l>lst. 1.: Purl U. Adams Crest- of lung oil, 250 I acres pf .k'Q tau ma Inc., holders of the New \ .

!) I as a 'result, of vigorous keeping this and all other departments welfare, created' by the 1027 legislature view* oranges, 57 acres of table grape, : York to Miami air mall contract '

protests by ,shipper reslJresenta- within the budget. and Miss Helen C. Mawer Dlst. 2 : Herbert P. Caro, PenBacola. 36 acres of Japanese perslmniojm and James G. Kay. general operating

Day Be Health tives to a proposal by railroads "Second-Retrenchment In all director of child welfare, will act ." and 2CO acres added to the ,,peps* manager of the corporation '.,'I

uChristmas Buy Christmas Seal which came .tQ1p1t; when the the departments of the state government as commissioner temporarilyReorganization Dlst. 3: Hay Neel Westvllle' cut dairy farm operations.The expessinl the opinion that the .

Day- roads published the revised citrus In order that the burden ot the bureau Diet 4: W J. Slngletary. Mar dairy properties bAyf\been service should be under way by

schedule, which became effective of taxation may be lessened. followed advices received from the anna.** leased. Dr. Burdette 881",' to' Hugo Feb. 1.

Nov. 9.The Kiliu-ntlonul: Alms"ThirdImprovements board of commissioners of state institutions I. INt. 6 : S. C. Council Carrabellt. Larsen widely experienced 'dairy Mr. Hay and Harold A. Elliot!:
roadspro'sed: to.make the and expansion : which has charge of the .* man. He Is a graduate the Agricultural field manager for the concern,

growers and shippers pay for a of. educational facilities allocation of funds tor certain divisions Dlst. 6: S. 'V. Anderson, Greens college of Denmark. flew from Atlanta to work out
minimum weight of 33,400( ( pounds both as to the common schools and of state government, that, boro.. Mr. Larsen has a1st| purchased plans for starting the Tampa service -
on every car that contained: both our state Institutions of higher owing to the present financial condition Diet 7 : John J. Swearlngen, from Penney-Gwinn \ They wil confer with city "
citrus and vegetables, despite the learning. of the state, a curtailment Bartow.* a third Interest In the Bell farm, ofllulaU regarding the use of the ,ra f

tact that it Is almost impossible "Fourth-Completion of the of Its budget was necessary. Diet 8: 'V. C. Hodges. Talla which contains the' plant original Cattle municipal airport and other de ,;
to pack that weight into a car I It state's work In the Everglades on Similar curtailment has been ordered hassee.* ly built by the Southern tails.

there is a material proportion ot some plan that will remove It from I for the state forestry department Dlst. 9 : E. J, Irby Inv(>rneICa.* Feeding company for Its large cattle Tentative plans for the Tampa

fro Week Holiday Vacation vegetables, which are much lighter the field of politics and make the I and rumors circulated In the Diet 10: R. It. Rowe iliad 1- Florida.raising operations In northern" service call for dally air mall
season oil than citrus shipments. A minimum area a safe place for human lives of between
Urljtmas holiday other departments government flights Tampa and Jacksonville -
'iII1; opens next week with the of 24,000 pounds was set for mixed and property. This work to be I were that after this month salaries son.Dlst.. 11: Albert R. Welsh St. The are 250 to acres be planted of Satsuma lit co-opor-oranges the plane connecting with
bond Issue against.
tdlord HI students Monday be- vegetables.The done without a of employee could not be met Petersburg. atlon with the Glen St.'Mary, Nurseries the Miami air mall line at Jacksonville -
of school for 1928. growers and shippers league t the atate. of the legit and theuce to
rtilelast day until the next session Diet 12 : J. H. Scales Perry. company Atlanta ,
Fnt: will have the usual two of Florida protested to the commission "Fifth-Impovement of banking lature. DiMt. 13: John W.. Watson Mi The corporation, Dr. Lewi said where It would connect with the

during this season, the term against the regulation and laws and practices with provision ami.* is now considering the raising ot service to New York and Chicago. ;1

nlng on Wednesday. Jan. 2. was joined by the chamber of commerce for adequate examination and U. II. H. CLOSKI: ) FORHOLIDAYS Dlst. 14 :. B. W. Phillips, Lake long staple cotton for the purpose It Is not necessary for the Pitcairn -
which ships
I of Jacksonville strict supervision for the protection ** to bid for
!MONDAY City. of trial and demonstration.COUNTY corporation again
Iichiuige Club Disband. a large proportion of mixed cars; of depositors and stockhold the service Mr.
Dlst. 15: E. M. Johns Starke. I Tampa Ray explained -
It i meeting; of members of thejttinse the Indian River Vegetable Grow ers. On account of several cases ot I Dlst. 18: James B. Stewart, Fet JUDGE'S (;OURT Tampa having been Included -

Club held Friday morn- ers' association and the Manateee To Stop Bill Evil i Influenza being reported In the nandlna.** In the contract for the At ,

gal the office of Its president Growers association. "Sixth-Abolition of the evils school Bradford High closed Its Dlst. 17: S, A. Hlnley, Live Charley Dell. petit 'larceny; lanta-Miami Her rice. Tbe contract '
IJ, I L. 0 razee, it was decided After filing of protests railroads of local legislation. doors Monday Instead of today as Oak.. found guilty by jury,',*ls: 'months, specified\ that the Tampa service be
the club for the p>resit made overtures to the protesting
ifltband thatan "Seventh-F'osterlng agricultural was expected, school to be resumed Diet 18: Edgar W. Way bright, at hard labor. started as soon as It was practical
shipper ancj It was anounced reached and horticultural development Wednesday January 2nd. Jacksonville** Hubert Kelly, assault, and' bat lie said.

9 agreement had been straight particularly as pertains to the Several of the faculty will spend 1>Ist. 19 : F. O. King Orlando.* I, tery; plead guilty $15 and coat*. "It Is quite definite" he added

Fine Strawberries colored whereby the minimum on growers' problems of production the holidays out of town among Dlst. 20: W. T. Cary, Ocala.** James Martin, concealing' property "that Tampa will have air mall

t H. Cummings carloads of mixed vegetables distributing and marketing. I those will be the Misses Myrtlce Dlst. 21: J. W. Turner, Cedar subject to lieu;, discharged) service within a short time and
fine straw and In case
wjht a dozen or so would be flexible no payment of lien and coats.'
of the Jackson who will upon
all be- of 21,000 "Eighth-Conservation and Myrwln Key.* that we will carry It. We Intend
rlea to town last week the equivalent -
formed fruit mixed carload natural resources of the state by, :' spend their vacation In Baconton flat 22: Theo. T. Turnbull, chula. to starts the Tampa service at the
perfectly and on
large, ,
;y dot of them red ripe. Cump shipments pounds of citrus and vegetables wise and direct protective laws. I'
bas five acres for this sea- a eliding scale was arranged to "Ninth-Making and keeping the W. T. Jackson; Miss Minnie Gruber Dist. 23: T. (I. Futch, .Leesuurg' Belle. '<<;' : \.' ", and Atlanta. That in a

t and the plants are showing aaltby extend from 24.000 pounds to 32,- state's business the people's business will visit relatives In Alma ",.* Heinando -. IsontIleasleyilrooksville. bit Indefinite because I do not

growth and loaded with pounds, the all citrus mint so that this may be truly a Georgia; Miss Claudia Gllchrist Dist 24 : Wm. H. Malone Key, .. '" ". know how fast the department of
400 according to the proportion government of the people, for the I will spend her vacation In Fort West.** Hillsboro-John T. Lowe, plant' commerce work. They must light

i. < i mum, and vegetables in the car. people and by the people. Lauderdale with Mr. and Mrs. D Diet 25 : L. It. Howell, Panama City; W. J, Blvens, Tampa; Tom the airway and I would say the
of citrus sanity. progressiveness -I'I'"TenthHonesty -McDuffler; Proto and Mrs. 8. 8Dowllng ,
200 Tons Fertilizer City. Waldenei"IIQ1"S1" J ,f' work ought to be completed not
Bradford county used 200 tons -' KXPRKHSBKRKY : In government, considering and little daughter Net I>1st. 26 : W. F. filynn, Crescent IlolgteA. W, MOl.ks. lionlfay.! later than JI''''II. I."
;fertilizer during the month of PLKAS: FOU : public office as a public tie, will visit Mrs. Rowling's par' City.* IndlMRlvern.. T. Hoflnlone, The corporation is,not planning
,SERVICE: ': TORE Tallahassee and Prof. Laurie -
'* nbei', according to the report trust ents in Dlst.1 27: W. D. Bell Arcadia.* Vero:Slouch a direct Tampa-Atlanta service !
: M.tlI.TUFSD.11': ; : ,>> Pluim S.\\'I,,". G. Hay will visit his parents, Jackson-\ N, Horne Marian L l
explaining that
md by the inspection bureau iJlst.! 28 : Howard (I. Putnam, Mr. Hay said, more
"I 1 shall make retrenchment and Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Ray of Bed
UrUnent of agriculture com- Oak 11111." uu. time could be saved by flying to
IItd to 190 tons used during Oc4e Efforts of the Florida railroad curtailment of the state's expenses dick, and will also visit\ friends in Dist 29 : T. J. Knubb, Mac Jackllon-.I'auill., Hevts, tlasrom. Jacksonville and then taking advantage -

These figures do not in- commission and strawberry shippers a continuous policy with a view of, tlanta 'Ga.DARK clenuy.: Jetrt'rsoll-Llll1lar \V. Sledge of night flying along the.

rie lales In lots of leas than ont I of the state to require express lessening the burden of taxation I- flat 30: I. McCall.. Jasper.** Monpc'ello.( lighted airway to Atlanta.
t. facilities in the shipment of and making it easier for the several : COLORS: POl'l'LAll: Dist 31 : A. 'Taylor.. St. Aug Lafayette-K. P. Parker Mayo "The lighted airway from Atlanta
tar divisions of the commonwealth T,'(-i S I
TOR HKift AUTO Lake Geo. F. West brook, Cler-
-- ---- berries from Florida to-" ustine.* Jacksonville Is Intended
Mimlmk'H. to lie Lowered states before the Interstate commerce to meet all obligations Incurred -- Dlst. 32: J. Maxey Dell. Galnes- mont; ''I. N. Kennedy Eustis.LeeClaude to serve all of South Florida." httsaid.

The ewer manholes on Madison commission at Washington through bond Issues already ,State highway officials throughout vllle.** : Ogilvie, Fort My- "It Is not practical to construct I,

"ttt t, exposed when grading for Tuesday. made by municipalities and the country have shown a decided Dist. 33: A. W. Young, Vero ers. another lighted airway from t If

!(llte111 be lowered to grade T. T. Turnbull ot. the elate: "The tremendous expuslon decade ofjour. combination' ,"'rather than flashy Diet 35: \. H. Wagg Palm liaHsue; Walter C. McLIn, Tallahassee. to fly to' Atlanta, we. would 11 11order ,

>tl within the next few days. commission appeared before the state during'the past hues In selection of 'shades for the Beach.* have to leave ''a ipd'at least four

-tfaeers of the state road depart- Interstate commerce commission to made It necessary for cities to 1929 automobile license plates. Dlst. 36 : M. O. Harrison, Pal Levy-E. T. Usher Chlefland. and a halt hours before sundown. o-

sstmade t a survey last week. In for the facilities and those make great public Improvements,, Although, there will be some metto.-. Liberty-C. P. Wood, Sumatra. By using the lighted airway from

Instances' these;obstructions opposed argue were also heard. and our counties have vied with bright combinations represented Dlat: 37: J. J. Parrlsh', Tltusvllle. Madison-T. C. Merchant. Madison Jacksonville, we ran leave here an

'."e street are 18 jlnches above The proceeding Is one which each other in roadbulldlng( pro. next year's fashion\ parade of license .* ; R, L, Milliner, Madison hour and a halt before sundown
department -
roadway and no provision was under way for eightrears. gram of the state highway tags the trend Is decidedly Dlst. 38: J. J. Mitchell. Glfers.** Manatee H. P. Perry Manatee and still connect with the northern
has .been best hlgh-
M. for lighting when the road A commerce commission given Florida the toward darker colors. Thirty-nine --Elected In 1928.lIoldovers. ; Lee'! B. Day lirndtnton.Marlon routes."
'' 'theIr system in the South and placed W. D. Cam Ocala; L.S. .
way ,
i work. -
completed some will color motifs, .
exmalner heard the case rank with theUnlon's states use new The present Florida air nail
In the front j'
.To ItusIiw and submitted a report recommending It states while ninespates'and; ( the Districtof HOIIMO of HeprrtocMitjvtlvtAlachua -*! I. Light Heddlck. service calls for a dully trip to and
Make s ("Survey ago most progressive Stuart.
of the fa- Columbia will retain last year' -K. L. Black Gainesville Martin-A. O. When
establishment Miami.
C 0. Cramer representative of "In conclusion I wish to say that Wm. V. Albury, Key from Atlanta
' colors but reversing them as to ; H. McL. Grady, High Monroe- service Is started a I Ibranch
Cralg p Gilbert Co., of Wash- cilities. Florida Is by Increased productionof Went the Tampa
The commission, 1Ir.Vells said background and lettering. Springs. line will used to Jacksonville -
van, met with members of the Its farms orchards and Na8s/lu--IJ. II. Petree Calhoun,
fTtouncll! and some of, our busl-i Is seeking to have the railroadsransport pursuits and the yield of Its natural Yellow letters on a black background Bake-W. B. Cone Macclenny. Okaloosa Claude U. Melgs, the Miami 1 plane continuing .I'
from Florida Buy-J. I Kd. Stokes, Panama
strawberries will predominate In 1929, and the
|III men Friday night at the city I resources: such as naval stores Nlcevllle. straight to Jacksonville,
a Mr Cramer proposes to'' in car lots as they do from lumber phosphate, lime rock, etc., since six states and the District City. Okeeohobee-Peter Toinabello, Jacksonville-Tampa plane stopping
Bradford O. W. Hazen Brook- .
eta a business survey of the Louisiana and other berry' and growth of manufactures adding ot Columbia will use that combination. Jr., Okeechobte. In Tampa overnight; and flyInK -

**territory for the benefit of' states. will great sums each year to wealth Orange on black I.I.* the second er.Brevard-Clyde (I. Trammell Orange-Mrs. Edna O. Fuller, the mall back the next day. j
wifacturers who wish to move The outcome of bearing the on the produced. The future of the PenInsular favorite of highway official Mel bOil rne. Orlando; C. Fred :Ward, Winter, .- !
!w Plants south the survey to have an important State was never so promts- with five states planning to use ".
he L. Park.' Prison
Florida Broward-George Blount
of New State
what manufacturing enter- strawberry industry Ing as it Is at this time." this combination'next year. 'ompano. OM'1IIIa-T.: (1. Moore St., Cloud.

e may hope to succeed here. aid. Beach It.1' K.: ''Oliver, W. "
Pulm -
Calhoun S, A, Leonard Blountn-
" Myers Bids opened for Cost
Gilbert! Company specializes Fort "STL'DHNTS AltltlVKIIO.Mi : Palm Ileuch; ; Howard,,Hhary Canal Will $400,000Florida's
"Sports ot this character their PK\MY: : : TO OPEN: project No. 25, the Fort Myern- I : FOU I HOUDA1S I town. Point
Charlotte-J. C. Hobson, Jr., -
( pfewmtative pointing out that 500iV: STOHKMFlorlilu : Palm Beach highway. Punta Gorda.CitrusW. Pasco -Arthur L. ,.Auvil Dade
prUon. now
,Miifacturers Students arriving home this new state
' would accept their will be a beauty chorus of ten ot 'B. Moon, Crystal City. completion at Haltord willcost '
I'W week for the holiday vacation are: I
on a community as com- Frank J, Booth Clearwater I.nt'arlnJlt
Is Kvpertcd: I to Get Home Starke's; prettiest girls. Isabel Iver.layJ. Plnellas- the state clone to $400,000,
N*. Misses Hazel Mlddleton. '
Ind that the cost of the sur- Kerr Dunedin -
Kenneth W. ,
will be presented E. ;
of Them. This play Fernandez' and Annetta Williams Larsen Keystone according to a list of expenditure
"would be partly paid by the Waldo tonight (Friday) in thehigh Height ; W. F. Way St. Petersburg. made In connection with Its erec- ,
'acturer' of f tho State College
hunting a southern expansion school auditorium and it Is 'olll.r-C. M. Collier Ever- Polk-J, O. Bloodworth. Lakeland G j
special Elizabeth U
'Won.j' Plans for a Women Tallahassee Miss -
Dullard Lake Wale;; tion.The
by the J. C. Penney company expected: that many Starke people Kendrick student of Flora ',.. program in attendance.The Columbia S. C. Smith Lake Leon Prlne, Fort Meade from 4
j'PITY AUKNT'H: OFFICELOHKH call for the establishment of will be McDonald College Red Springs Pa- oOlclale, Includes everything ; .
I, cast Is follows: Putnam-H. L. McKlnzle. with thuprice I.
as City
( stores to wire nails
: FOR 'additional Penney N. C., Miss Elise Jones, of Agnes
600 the country during (All three acts are at the Golden Scott College. Decatur Ga., a former Columbia. .J. P. Huntley Lake latka; T. C. Douglass Welaka. paid, or to be paid for each. ; j
throughout Inn road house.) City Santa Rosa-M, F. Caldwell. authorised I i
Pheasant a building was
:- offlce of the county agent to an announce- resident, will spend part ofher The new prison
close on December 22 for 1929 according Between act 1 and 2, Mlaa Estelle vacation in Starke with Dade-a. P. Roblneau Miami; Jr.. Milton; 1>:. A, Falrclotb. MI1ton. at the special session otthe

'\atmas! ment. be In Kendrick and chorus will Dan Chapped Miami; E. Bruce legislature of 1925. It Is being -
, holiday and will be op- will friends. Sammy. Sternbery and
The special program "I'm Sally," by Leoelts. Sarasota Louis Lancaster Sar- convict la
'4 SKaln present Sorry oungs, Opa-Locka. built entirely with '
January 2nd. During normal expansion Gerald Middleton of the University -
addition to the of Inc., New York City. DeSoto-B. F. Stewart Fort asota. bor-and those in touch with tbework 'I
"JPorlod County Agent Rlcken- likely that some of Florida Eugene Matthew '
It Is W. Kntxminger,
schedule. Miss Virginia Seminole-C. million
second act be
In Ogden. will a
l'Hlr will! be at home in South bo established of:, .:YkslalxMilitary Institute of declare. It
will .
r eOna' oflutaaee renew stores Week and chorus will present Dixie'-W. H. Matthl, Cross Longwood L. P. pagan, Sanford.St. dollar prison for less than 400. .
therefore all matters Mr. Penney Lexington Va., and James William -
I In Florida Inasmuch as 'Dusk Stevedore" by Triangle Music City. Ltiice-W. R. Jacksop! ; ,Fort
Ij should be attended to this state Brownlee of Atlanta Dental
.." be> date has promised Pub. Co., New York City. Dural- -J. E. Mathew, Jacksonville Pierce.: t 000.The new prison will be up to ,
of closing College Atlanta Ga. '
such a pro
i would be Included In the The cast of players are as follow ; Lee M. Booth Jacksonville; St. Johns-L. W. Zim. St. Ang- date In every. way. It was pattern
'aLL Mr. Penney Is head of !nine A. 'Y. Chadwlck,, Jr.. Ht. at Montgomery
.. SERVICE ATCHURCIgF4 gram. Green *: HTARKKRKAUYTOUIIKKTHANTA, : P. S.-Kelley, Jacksonville. ; ed after the Kllby prison
SUNDAY Penney-Gwinn farms at Mamie-Elizabeth Andrews. KBcambta-Frank X. Carroll Augustine.Suinter Ala. There will be sunlight
f Sanford Retch Maurice -S. W. Gets .n. Buthnell.Suwannee escaping
Core Springs. Beef Graham- Pensacola; Vlnneuve In, every cell and ,
Ivada. morning at the regular ZONATE. 1 MAR- Dick Graham-Maurice Ed- Starke I I. now ready for the arrival Pen acola. -Alfred T. Alrth, LiveOak will not be so easy, an each prisoner -

.. Worship, a Christ- HER COMP.N: KB ; wards. of old St. Nick with the 'Ia.gler--Georee Moody Flagler ; Vaoco: Peeple. Live Oak., Rt. will be behind three different

#." Vice l: win\ be given In all the RIAC1K TO T.118YIGHTUnder Tobias ToIIIver -Robt. F. Demoest. whole town being beautifully decorated Beach. C. key. >I

to II "arches.; The pastor will CHR. for the
\r ku "?moos in behalf of this -direction of Mr. Sarah Ford-Virginia Week. wander 'down the street they chlcola. ry. under the .Supervision of J. J.
''I and<1 the choirs have arranged the able the three-act Rev. John Packard. Jim Packard pause before the store window toview Gadsden-E. M. Collins Quln- Union A. f). Andrews Halford Mendenballi) serving a life sentence
.. music for the occasion and Robert F. CompanIonate Marriage -Dr. B. S. Carroll. the many attractive gift on cy; R. L. Sweger, QuIncy. for murder from Plnellas county.
..lrbeautiful anthems solos, etc. comedy. "Her presented at the rUss Stuyvescent Florence display. Sternberg' and StumP'188em Gllchrist-E. P. Turner, Trenton. Vomits Georgle I. Fullerton Mepdenball experienced contractor. .

liven. ," will be next Tuesday Andrew. to be the kiddies "Toyland", i New Smyrnla;; George F. Crouch If, baa been largely

_j:'dlal Invitation U extended high school auditorium December 25, under Sweeney-Joe Malpas with their fine display of doll. Glades-J. H. Peoples. Citrus Daytona Beach.WakullaJ through his effort- that the structure -

VPttblIc t attend these 8er- evening, the Junior department Chorus girls-Mlse* EteIIKendrlck. toy. etc., that meet* the delight Center. A, Harper Craw- U being built at a saving totbe ,t

/4: "Pedal Invitation U the auspice of woman'a Club who Leila Des Andrews Hacel of every child. Extra salespeople Gulf-H. Clay Llewl. Wekah- fordvllle. a state of over 1500.000 official "

to visitor. of the Mrs. 0. P. Ray 1 Hlckllter, Elizabeth Andrew have been aded to the regular Itcbka. Walton-D. Stuart Gllli. De- here declare
ha* for its leader Week.. Hamilton-A. C. Stephen. Jennings. Fualak'Splrng'\ *. .> -
of some and Virginia force of the different store. *o alto
mill of
made up Point Local
"V0VtfConstruction of new mond. The cast 1 Is found la Accompanist for the the evening give the public tbe best service t Washington L. A. Brock Canal 'r"

r."uUdiag here progressing t ot Starke the,best and talent an added to be attraction -Miss Etbel Orlffln. pCMible at this busy season Hardee-V. W. Surrency. Wau- Cblpley, N Southern Sugar Co.. enlarged. t.I'

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I + r was enacted: here Thursday: : the State Chamber of Commerce' I 2. Tuberculosis it ntlll (the- iiinntx' gatlKMvd at Apopka on

New of Florida in Short Paragraph Tampa--Plans for the Inauguration when what Is claimed to be the !1 compile and publish monthly a list greatest cause of death in the ageni Tuesday! tliM week the meet-

of the airplane passenger. serjvlee i of the reputable and reliable dent i between 20 and 40 years, when
I first gallon of lung oil ever pro \Florida.. : Ins: being h'hlln conjunction wltli
between Tampa, St. Petersburg I em In farm products i the loss to the ,
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the animal
I doted outside of C'hlnu was manufactured I :'J. That there be organized corporations I Orange County Cham:1::1
| ; and Havana via Key West In the newly erected plant to market farm products community In moat keenly felt. ber of Commerce David Sholtx. '

Live State NewsTOLD I and Cape Romano have been completed of the Alachuu Tung Oil Company of oil kinds wherever there is not I I :a. The latest figures; by age president of the State Chamber of

I and the first cabin plane, Officers and directors of the company + now produced a sufficient supply to roups for Florida are those for Commerce addressed the assemblage <;
with ten passengers, Is scheduled arrived here lato Wednesday; attract the buyers of reputable //196! from (he! United Stale Census I on Tuesday night his -
to leave within a few days, it was to witness the opening of the produce< dealers Each farmer or 1Il1rt'ftu, That year, tuberculosis being "Orange County U. S, A.'*
announced here Thursday by A L. plant. The factory which has t a j grower desiring' to market his products caused more deaths than
BY OUR EXCHANGES Erickson, agent for the Air Cruises capacity of sixty gallons of oil an through such a corporation heart disease and pneumonia (the I All the winter resorts ot Florida -
Company Inc The first plane will should be allowed to purchase next two principal causes of death
__..________ __ hour, will be enlarged as the 2,500 are preparing for a big rush
should be in
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-,-,---- --- ,-..;. leave St. Petersburg at 9 a, m., acres planted Irt"'tllng trees near stock but ages) combined of winter residents especially after
ruse: and Is expected to arrive In Havana the hands of those carrying on the Last year tuberculosis. caused the fist
of i
The first visiting daj copyrighted musical compos here come into full bearing, ac the year. The recent
rasotll four hours later. No I business and they should supply 1 1.097 deaths in Florida; 6 deaths
;; Klngling clr. tlona In programs rendered as a stops cording to L. P. Moore, president cold weather in all northern ;
lllcaEon at the will be made on the trip to Ha majority. of the capital In Bradford county. states is
state and university station where of the c0011"lny lie said the plant Chamber ofCommerce bringing thousands of
quarters here is set foi vana. A return trip will be made will dally capacity to 4. That the State 4. According to Dr. Louis I. tourists to this state and the
violet announcement is made that is I Is1'so havea produce do all in its power tosecure roads
Saturday and thereafter the three days later' the plane leaving I Dublin, statistician\ for the Metropolitan are filled with
; operated. the work now done by 1,000coolies the enactment of the bill cars from every
'Ifr Quarters will be open .on I Havana at 12 o'clock! and arriving In China, where lung oil providing for the Life Insurance Company, state In the union and the railway
Saturday and Sunday,, at St. Peterourg at 4 o'clock! the now in Congress tuberculosis causes of about 2 1-2 trains
I dnesday Miami-Florida Baptists, In honoring heretofore has been produced Southern reclamation projects, and are crowded with passengers,.
r r Governor-elect ( same afternoon. Pilots will employ Tung oil which Is the basis of I the Slate Chamber recommend years In average expectation of all on the road to Florida whero
Mackey, state I Doyle E. life for the
,_ John M. the Ford-Stout all-metal type entire community. is
used summer
mla. Chinese lacquers, and Is extensively for such project no new land winter.
:Jr inspector, declared while onto I Carlton. a visitor at the annual of plane with accommodations for In the manufacture of land that must be drained Assuming that each Individual .. -
Thursday that convention in session here Wednesday lor any adds only $50.00 to the Ilrocolll, a new vegetable furnishes
Illlt Tampa ten passengers, the pilot and a me paints, varnishes, electrical insulation loir-would be used to produce crops common -
\lJ41abor in Florida is declining bowed their heads in prayer I chanic. The company behind the and rubberized goods was 'already overproduced.' weatth per year tuberculosis boiled greens and is on the

?dill, and that the state had and asked divine guidance for {project has opened a ticket office in first used in the United States I 6. That cattle companies organized would cost Florida $125,00 per order ot cauliflower in npearance. I
excellent record for the man who will become Florida's person the one million Until a few years It
Ubllshcd an St. Petersburg. about a quarter of century ago.. and promoted In all counties among ago was unknown -
prevention during the past few chief executive the first of the next I 1 + r 0 Moore said The trees first were In Florida where the cattle four hundred' thousand people in In America but has always .

!. years Mr. Carlton was Introduced 'I Orlando-The challege of thei grown in this country on the ex- I tick< : bus been eradicated. It Is further ( "'Iorhtlor a total l of 176 million been a great favorite on menus In [
to the delegates by Dr. Lincoln University club of Orlando to the. periment station grounds of the recommended that the State dollar The annual cost alone lOnropn) especially In Italy. The .' '

made City ,Fifty-eight dollars I Hulley, convention president, his University club of Los Angeles for University of Florida, In cooperation I'Chamber of Commerce appoint a from this cause about three million Palmer farms at Sarasota have begun -
Jthlrty-flve cents for a quart oihirberrles former teacher and head of Stet I Jan hour's radio debate between the with the United States deportment I special live stock. committee with dollars to the state In add) planting the vegetable and expert :.
That was the sum son university, who declared "the two clubs on the merits of the two of agriculture. Moore sold I luJ.. V Knopp. of the State Llve- tion to the nutue of I the Illness. a rapid development In Its .j;
Llied here Wednesday night i at governor-elect was the highest exponent I cities has been refused Harold S. the crushing operation tomorrow stock Sanitary Hoard, as chairman, I II the cost of care for each patient 1111 shipment out of the country. S3vcial \

action of the first berries of Christian manhood dur I Shepherd, president of the Orlan- would mark the first time In his 'I and that said committee l"0 given ut least un average of $500.00 or shipments to Js'ew York already ,:
JUbt to the market this season.; ing his student days at Stetsonas ; do club, announced Thursday that tory that tung oil has been produced all positive, assistance In Including $550,000.00( for the last year"In Italic been contracted for.
proceeds and the berries ,were his colleague in the Florida; he was in reclpt of a letter from commercially by machinery cattle companies and Individuals Florida, making a total yearly .
to> charity. senate he exhibited the same characteristics Stuart M. Salisbury, president of to fence' their laud create permanent loss for "'Iorldof/ 3 1-2 millions Plant City's f. o. b. marketswung
'II r rp.AugustineBecause. and as governor he will I the Los Angeles group, saying,. "In pastures, and stock it with -most of it preventable In this Into its full season form today
there'is be directed by the sam* quanti order that the matter may be Florida Should pure 'blood or high; grade rattle. we do not consider at all the'loss with announcement by grow-

in the state of Florida ties" I handled by one university club 6. That the State Chamber as- in wages due to Incapacity. 'while ers and buyers that ripening! of

loist air: conducting horse races, the I with another, it is my privilegeto Feed Her PeopleFlorida slat Agricultural committee the organizatlon of- 111. : fruit would compel holding dally
lmg county board of Bounty West Palm Beach-Police here make this a joint reply on behalf the first district to promote 5. The educational campaign sates Hereafter. A rapid increase
Lissloners Thursday signed Wednesday tell an old story with i anew I of those addressed, namelythe can and should feed itself of corporations and fruit pro.for financed by the Chlstmas Seal has; |in volume la anticipated, as an un.

!Junior chamber of commerce version In reporting the .Los Angeles chamber of com- thereby keeping In the state duce fresh vegetables in; Florida during late played a big part In the. reduction, ? usually heavy bloom and good

jm directed the owner of "death and return" of negro nam mece, his honor the mayor of Los millions of dollars annually now consumption summer and fall, or assistIn of the number of deaths from this weather conditions have combined
eel Park race track, asking ed Shoemaker. The negro's body, Angeles, and the University club of being sent throughout the countryfor spring bringing, into the territory individuals disease. The following is an out. force the plants Into quantity production
everything be done toward according to the story, was found Los Angeles." The question pro vegetables and staple foodstuffs ;with the necessary capital line of our program which also earlier than for several

Kicilng a race meeting here early yesterday on the streets and ',posed by the Orlandoans for debate which can be produced at and horticultural knowledge. appears on the enclosed\ printed years. ... ..
!hear taken to an undertaker. The negro over a nation-wide hook-up of radio home, it was brought out In a discussion 7, That the State Chamber take slip: -
S r was apparently dead, and police stations was, "resolved, that of the agricultural situa- Immediate steps to secure the cooperation A health education for all, (Including .
iiH Springs-Lambiris Chrlst- identified the body as that of the city of Orlando, with Floridaas tion at the annual meeting of the of the Agricultural Experiment 80,00 Florida school children

B)mate, 25-year-old sponge diver a negro named Shoemaker who its ,background, Is a more pleas- Florida State! Chamber of Com- and the Extension Division last year alone.B. For colds grip
|udro.-ned late Wednesady when was known to his habit of replying ant and profltbale place for winter merce In Tallahassee recently. in the efforts of the Agricultural Clinics for the ,diagnosis of( ,
|k sir hose of his diving suitirttd "Exactly" to every question put to I visitors, or for those who are There presented to the Chambera Committee of the first district tuberculosis approximately 1- and flu takeRelieve.
working I in him. Other were called into I series of recommendations from increased vol-
while he was negroes : now ready to establish their permanent to promote an 000 persons examined.C. .
ihthoms of water in the Quit assist in the identification. "Yes home in a temperate climate, Its first district agricultural; commit ume of food to feed the .people of Sponsoring,health.legislation

Kiiko .100imUes off tbis'port. it's old Shoemaker all right," they I l than Is Los Angeles With'California tee,!headed by'Charles F: Leachof Florida.. resulting in:

.4 body of Christophe, who was said. "Exactly*' replied the corpse I as its background." Montirello, which, according! to FI.ORII.1'TUIIEIII'CLON14F.1CTN. : 1. Appointment of supervisor of
Lurried! was brought here for as it sat upright and roused itself I r r r the conc nllull of opinion, would health education.

|;wl aboard the sponge boat Bes- from what police said was a Tampa-"What Is that great big solve the' problem If carried out. 2. Appropriations for state san-
For months the committee
.tOO which be worked. drunken stupor. box on here for?" "Why, man that some L. death rate from tuberculosis atorium. .11
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I there la a sea Hon.: Ain't you ever Wilson of Panama City district has declined 36 per cent D. Sponsoring county organizations -
I fort Myeis Two children, a monolopy on seen one of them things?" Such and Mr. Leach, has the organization of the As- to carry on local! programs TRACa MARK Rae.
vice president since ;
_,land girl each ten years old, winter sunshine should be told to conservations were carried on the been, preparing a program which It 1 I sociation 1917, according to figures of prevention. ((17 counties now
", struck down and killed at Lade the people of the north Dr. John docks Thursday when a 3,000-lb., Is hoped will result next summerin furnished by the Bureau of organized.)

35 miles north of here, Sat- Harvey Kellogg, founder and operator sea lion, bound for Rlngllng Broth. the production of hundreds of I'I vital statistics of the State Boardof J:. Nursing\ -to demonstrate
,.ijr, by an automobile which a of Dattle Creek sanitarium, era circus arrived ,here aboard the tons of fresh vegetables for con. Health. Us value to the community.
jfltjearcli was being conducted. Battle Creek, Mich., told the Miami steamship Alamo, of the Mollary sumption In Florida. During the It the death rate of 1917 were F. Active cooperation with the the congestion

|\edeadare Ruby Rudd and Jack Lions club Thursday. Dr. Kel-j line, from New York. E. King, summer of 1928 Florida Imported In effect today over 580 persons State Board of Health and the prevents complications
ap.Their; mothers were walking logg and Mayor Jo:, G, Sewell were | trainer of the sea lion, said that vegetables from thirty states and living in Florida would have State Department of Public Instruction. And hasten recovery.
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filtdof! the children, on their way; guests of the club. Dr. Kellogg ,' the monster animal had not been experiments conducted already from tu ,
Intend a church meeting. The Is making his third visit to Miami'olHclally christened, but the name have demonstrated that virtually' died during. the past year ___ n' .-.- -

Immobile was described as i aI to Insnect proposed sites for a of Colossus would be given the i[I I all of them can be produced west '- -
all I I coupe occupied by several southern branch of Battle Creek new playmate of Goliath, the sea of the Suwannee River In the coun-
a. institution. "The sun is as high lion now In the training quartersof try between High Springs and Mor-
r r r here, with plenty of ultra violet', Rlngllng Brothers in Sarasota. rlston, In certain localities In Mar

Fort MyersQuick action on rays In the winter as It is when the j Colossus is a native of Germany, lon County, and in the area between -

|part of the Fort Myers fire dertment the summer is far advanced in the "six years old and Is only half Daytona Beach and New ?
saved the Atlantic Coast north, Dr. Kellogg said. "Duringthe grown: according to Mr. King, Smyrna. No one knows just how .., N I .1:;
railroad trestle over Lost rlv- winter months the rays In the I Theer are two years' difference: much money Florida spends upon ,
tear this city early yesterday North become so faint that they In age between Goliath and Colossus Imported vegetables; each summer, '.1
lining-. One section of the span cannot be discovered even with ,the I with something like 3,000 but It has been estimated as at

'burned by fire of unknown most delicate of instruments and pounds difference in their weights 'least $10,000,000. of the I
"tin! and traffic over the A. C. L. finally disappear entirely. Colossus will be taken off the Alamo Tho II
S r r Committee follow: "
I tills city was delayed for 24 today and sent to Sarasota on law be enact I
officials 1. That a state
m William It. Anderson, chief Fort Myers-The a truck some time this morning. licensing of '
the 'a' ,
-teeny: lire department, averted and city commission of Fort My- He will will be placed on exhibition ed to provide dealers In Florida 1
wholesale produce
[possible wreck when he flagged ers have locked horns in contro- in Sarasota by Rtngllng Bros, who sell agricultural productson I II

imtbound passenger train short- versary over free water in the during their stay in winter quart commission, and regulating, by I '
I before It started to cross the"OIiged schools and a showdown Is expected ters. wholesale dealers who
Inspection, I i iS
bridge. Temporary re- as a result of the commis S buy farm products outright Penalties I I'I'I

JlJrs were made and train service slon's threat to cut off: water unless Gainesville--A scene reminiscent would be provided for dishonest ,. "'I '
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of the first production of rubber and unfair practices : I
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- Beach, during his six weeks Is turned off. As matters now I .'
:JJ here previous to his inaug- stand only the high school lab- I '. -

,thou, Laurence Richey of Wash- oratory water supply has been cut ..1 .J i
''Pun. personal representative of on', this having been done at the '-
>', Hoover announced last week direction of the city commission I 'j
*' an inspection of the estate. in an attempt to force payment I Is Santa Cla.us' i

fcieventy-elght: foot house boat, on a,?water bill on which it Is I
title, of Joseph II. Adams, whose claimed; the board of education Is I "i .r

rte adjoins the Penney estate, $223 in arrears. I'

'beat far deep the sea disposal fishing of and Mr. cruise lloov- i Winter Park-Dr.S r r r Fred Lewis I', Starke Telephone Company in. the Tire Business? '1 t.

Florida waters, Mr. Ilicheyaid. Pattee, for twenty years professor
ot American literature In Pennsylvania I 'I
, r r r State College, has accepted a I

Orlando. Martha Bumby, young similar position on the factuly of I 2 As a business closes its books for the year and We lose a sale occasionally because of a long trade, ;
"ihter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph college, beginning with the
Bumby of Orlando was recover- opening of the winter-school January I I::0 looks closely at its balance sheet, it will discover! I and we always ask the buyer if his old tires were 1 1I

'III !from serious shock here Wed- S, according to an announcement I 2 worth what he goffpr them. I 1 1I
HamiltonHolt. between the lines of figures, that one of the things I !
I' night as a result of comI made by President I ,

I la contact with an electric Dr. Pattee Is one of the best I FQ which makes its business worth while, is the pleasant I Invariably he says, no. We ask you,what's the answer?
4er American lIterature I :
while taking a bath. The known authorities in .
**nl occurred when the girlailed In this country, it is said. I 2 associations it has enjoyed with its patrons. i I Is Santa Claus in the tire business? Is the dealer
the heater while sitting the author of nearly a score I I
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the bathtub and It is believed ot, books, including novels of New I Without these business ,merely practicing? Or did his big, tender, overflowingheart

latbe wet fingers formed a conJ England: life, volumes of citlcal essays I 2 relationships, success just get the best of him? .? ,
't J Which caused the heater to and several text books on I:{) would be a shallow)) achievement, and that year is K

.'":Into the tub, giving her a se- American literature. He a is twovolume a present -- II 1 not truly profitable, which does not bring new K K No foolin' now-what's the answer? Is Christmas a. f
shock writing o
The girl screamed engaged In '
Itt w. brother, Stanley, who was history of American litera I 3a:{) friends and make the old friends better friends. K continuous event, or is someone keeping the dough: '-

':!***.bed<>tame in to another her asistance room in, flndin the- ture. r rDunnellonThe [3o 3o g The' Starke Telephone Company cherishes these :, nut and selling the hole? ". ,

el ber in an unconscious condlAmerican Atlantic CoastLine I I friendships and associations, and so in the spirit
.' railroad has made many improvements [ ; -** Wo allow you for your old tires only whatthey're ,; I
of the season, the and employes of the.
r r on their property in [o 1 manager : worth. We charge you for our fine ,new t
'4llahasaee-The So- Dunnellon during the past few [a o l : Goodyear only what they're worth. You get a e

'III,;of Composers, Authors and weeks. One of the most of the noticeable -- ![c subscribers .;tiaqua,. deal and so do we. And as long as we're in !- f
I ers has demanded that theradio is the repainting passenger ![ I .. t
aw'a broadcasting station, and freight depot, water ![a 3 Prosperous New Year. ,:" our right minds nobodj get anything different. y
; adjacent. : :.
y Cetnesvllle, pay a royalty for tanks and other building lO. a 1 "7'1
alleged'' use of copyright mat E. Rollins, superintendent of [a the j I,
aod Lakeland division, A. C. L., has 6[ May Holiday Spirit throughout the ji i
Attorney General Fred the i
&&rar-"v> Is advising the state co-operated with various local orI I[g 1 New Year and bring to all)) a joy of living and a determination I Ii

'-Ie of was control learned to Wednesday.contest the ganlzations Atlantic in Coast the beautification Line property.of Ithe I a o l to achieve even better and more worthwhile i Ritch's Service Station I Ii

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< ii ktler; to the board Mr. Davisaeit The improvements made by the I a things in 1929.
that the radio station, Coast Line last week were for a

meted'II at tate the University. owned of Flor-and opening was date Tuesday of the Perry Officials Cut-off of, lwhich i a o I H. A. Bishop Mgr. i Starke, Florida'if"'I"

Iad" : by Florida aenc,for, eleemosy4th higher positions stated that Dun- (1 3 I .. I
the A. C. L. men, newspaper [

: at I It Philanthropic has a legal purposes right to nellon gave representatives the greatest i J 3 i,. I .- .. ... .-- '-- .. ..

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here while enroute from ( ,

bouquet. Mrs. E. M. Johns secoii e NNNNOONOONNOeN Spaulding radar'

I high received a box of handke TIIERESSA 0: Jacksonville to their home In Ml\. J Rising Miss Muriel and ?? h"l, n ,(.
: Norman, Cor. of Starke were ,
chiefs M'.. Hobr Cluv.r ctil..; Cor ami.Mr. <.t> Louise u.nu u' (it Iii
$ ocietyji Mrs. Wainwright served a Bali I Arthur Milllken, who has .NOONONONNNNNOOiMr section Saturday .,ul,, | ? ?\\i'lal,,
o0000N00NN0 00000000vMr his grand-parents ot' Mr. and Mrs. ,
been visiting |le ,.
Mrs. W. T. Corsby and (
the following guests: and .W"
I course D. W. Moc:-a and family Mlddleburg, for sometime, has returned turned home Sunday ., t
g O. 1 L. visiting relatives in .t t ''I',
MeBdan.es K. M. Johns to his home here. We an family, were 'Pt.n
have recently moved into their
Ing several dayn ,,, ,
Beasley, II. C Wall. N. Sternben, all glad to have him with us again, Lawtey Sunday. h |nom"](J :
MKH. J. I.. Flu mE ENTER: afternoon at the church, with Mrs. Taylor Belcher, L. Wyman and E. new home on the Starke highWay"MIKs Mr. William Packham, who has Mr. and Mrs. Howard Ingrahamof her mother who h,,< i,Ii"i, \ ?, t"\i\
i TAINH FOR \ flUELCILIICompllmenting G. W. Alderman president eon. Burns. Thelma Sullivan, who Is a recently taken the position as pa Jacksonville were visiting at ly 111. We hope>, i I'll, ,, I I _1""'.,

I ______ dUctlng!: the devotional. After tl member ot the Hampton grammar per boy of this district for the the home of Mr. and Mrs. J, F. recovery.
Mrs. Taylor ,Del., regular bnnlnetta session the pro-< IMUNIIYTKKI.XMAS: : school faculty, spent the week-enc. Times-Union, serves his customers Norman Sunday There will be H c ",!1la, ;,r

' char, Mra. 3. L. Frazee filtered ., gram for the afetrnoon in chare, IMUXJKAM with her parents. I I promptly every Sunday morning.Mr. Mr. B. L. Haltiwanger who has gram at Rising ache''..i ,",, t F'd)
I\ of Mrs. A. M\. Darby was cant Mr. and Mrs. M.\. W. Lee and R. A. Weeks of Starke, wai for some time at Lake night Dec. 21, ev"tlld, i ,, .
club.I .1 been away "'1\ .
Saturday afternoon at the out. The Presbyterian Christmas pro-I children, of Leetona, were visiting out looking after his business las ---
house 'with an enjoyable party t. 'A Christmas 1 box was sent to the, gram will be given Sunday night relatives here Sunday afternoon Friday''afternoon.Mesais. .
" I)' A green and reed color Hcheme I orphan ''IUrl' at Arcadia which th.society Dec. 23 at 7:30: as follows: Mr. Fred C. Spaulding was attending A. L. and Cleveland Sullivan -

I was carried out 1n the decoratlona! I clothes, and It was decide Adenta Fidelia-Orchestra.Recitations to business In Lake Genera were visiting their mothei
I / which consisted of baskets ofi : to make up Christmas baskets for Margaret Low last week. Mrs. Josephine Sullivan ot Hampton -
t Christmas berries and pets of ever.. the poor of the tuwn. Anyone wlsling and Jean Davis. Mr. and Mrs. John Hall and children last Friday afternoon.Rev. .

i l greens. In the center of the .room, ,to contribute to these basket laylet-"Po your Christina of Starke have been visiting Hayman of Orange Height! y I '1 I
,1\ I. ,stood a lovely Xmas tree around. are;asked to bring their contrlbitlontt' Shopping Early," Primary Class. her parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. W. filled his regular appointment here ,
,j 1 i which ten tables were placed for.' not later than Saturdaraoritlnfe Solo-"Glory to God in the Illnaon. at Hope Baptist church, last Saturday .
bridge. Candles were nerved on to'the pastorlum.HUXIlHtMH Highest" Wesley Stearns. The cane grinding are over and Sunday. We all enjoyed -
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the tables during the afternoo t Pageant-"Every Child The for this year, much to the sorrow the services very much.
"I Scores, were kepi' on attractive I KNTKKTAINEUKV Sunday school. of the young. people of Our com The American Forestry Association -
tallies: which were'given the guests M' "'. bjTMIss Francis Lee Peek. At the I, ,\ MI' and Mrs. J. J. Zeigler and Mr. Moore; presented to the pupils
! conclusion: of the progressions, I 1 .".'he'Sunbaam Band of the Baittst HHIVKHOne daughters, were visiting Mr. and and patrons at Theressa school on ABE
W. T.
Mrs. Inman received high, a'lIet of : church> was entertained by Mrs. II. M. Hersey recently. last Tuesday afternoon a tree moving -
candle sticks and candles. Mrs O. their leader, Miss Blanche Aide of the prettiest wedding Mra. J. II. Moore of Starke III' picture, showing the danger of

L. Beasley being second received !nail: 'Tuesday afternoon at four of the in which much cordial visiting her son, Mr. D. W. Moore forest fires, also damage done by
Mrs. II C. ''o'clock'with a Christmas tree at season enjoyed by
' a box of bath salts. interests center, was that of and family them.: The show was
} Wall was consoled with an addre s 'the1: horn of Miss Alderman's pat The farmers of our section are all.
Slnah E. Moore, daughter ot L
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book. Special prizes for the dtants < entd.j busy hauling mulcheon for their Today completes another year's _
" Mr. and Mrs. Leonard V. Moore,
I tables were won by Misa Vir-. j, The afternoon was a very enjolable T. Shiver, of Jennings strawberries. step for pupils of the Theressa
and.Mr. Wilmer
glnla Weeks and Miss Elizabeth one for the little folks, and< Florida, which took plac Mr M. M. Brlnaon was visiting school who have been under control -
: Andrews. A blue feather vanity 'each !guest received. a giftENTitirTAY Wednesday afternoon at three Mr. J, J. Zeigler last Saturday. and management of Mrs. Flay

bag and a fancy powder puff. The thirty o'clock at the home of the< Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Dickinson' Sullivan. ... HOME
guest prize for Mrs. Belchera was 1N and children, were business visitors I There will be B. Y. P. U., next
-j. .rT' ( jrlde's parents In the presence 01
dainty piece of silk lingerie. The I' 'The.Twentieth Century Can the Immediate family and a few to Starke last Friday after- Saturday night here at seventhirty. -
hostess served a tempting salad Everyone Invited.
r CluU' waa' entertained last Thurs trlends. The ceremony! was perFormed noon. ; I
course. and Mrs. Sin by the brltK'a uncle Rev Mr. Wilson Russ had as his p- let for
Mr Contracts
veiling by
Those playing were: MesdaiIlawBon day last his mother and Fort Myers- so much if
Klckllter. The living room guests always means more you
L. W additiono
clair L. Piek.AttMlCtlv8 of $42,000
Davis, J. W.: Andrews, Jr., construction
rothers of Brooker. '
If J. E. Corpening, Oeo. Flynn, K' L.'f I of score the cards guests market at the where Beautifully the wedding decorated took with place roses was Mr. and Mrs. John II, Spaulding ) McCrory's five and ten cent. have some money when Santa Claus
the places< .
E. M. Johnll, tore.Headquarters
' Biggs, O. L. Beasley I risked] his brother, Mr. Fred C.
where and pot plants.
Futch, tables arranged for bridge, .
C. --- -
'f Carleton, Joe Hoover hI While the guests were assembling :WI'.I; to ...
;. R. F. Demorest, II. C. Wall, D. C. ,refreshments' were served. later musical selection! n comes. Start right now save regularly f..

1 Jones, Anderson O. M. Inman,, B. the: evening. Weller and Mr. J. J. were appropriate rendered by Miss Inez Abernathy when he calls
A, Miss Mabel Gifts be
''I J... Peek, Herbert Hitch C. I holders at the piano. Miss Mildred for with us so you'll
Knight, A. S. Crews, J.,L., Peek, J.i 'T.>uby were the fortunate
numbers, "At Dawn-
.1 D. A.f of high' scbre and 'received a fan- Jill sang two
Robinson, Jay Alderman "
i ( C. "I Love You Truly. next year.
t and a box of linen Ins.
E. Burns, shaped vase Sheaffer and Wat-
Montieth, O. L. Haynes Leather Novelties,
f bridal chorus from Lohengrinmn Fancy Perfumes,
A, haudterchief. Mrs. J. 'W. Andrews The \ iN
I L. Wyman, N. D. Wainwright,, the processional Nunnally's Candies, Fine j I
rendered Sets
W. M. received a pretty vase and Dr. E. as erman Pen and Pencil ,
G. M. Slstrunk, welcomed.
), Wainwright Z. Adkins, Taylor Belcher; Mles ; L. Blfegs-: a pair ot silk socks, as and Mendelssohn's used as the recessional.wedding: marchas '. Stationery Crystal Stem ware in the newest patterns, Small accounts i
f /
Mabel Wler connotation prizes. tt
Florence Matthews the hospitality The bride was attended by her the latest compacts.

! l Harriet Elizabeth Hitch Andrews, Florence, Lucile Andrews I' >d Those Mr. and enjoying Mrs. Peek were: Mrs.raylusllyber Inter, MIHS Ethel Moore as maid Give us your order, we will pack it and ship it to any Bank 4
and the was at- ':"ir Bradford County
t Mitchell, Hazel Kick liter, Virginia of New York Mrs.PredJ IIr r honor, groom .t part of the world. .
R. Moore
Middleton. F. 8lump. Mr. and Mrs. A.S. ended by Mr. Aubrey
and Hazel
1 Weeks r. Cre1r., ; and Mrs. O. L. Beas- brother of the bride;' as best man. County's Financial Stronghold

j JKKH AMKHSOHOHTKHS: ley, "MlsV, Mabel Weller, Mr. andVIr8.'N. Little Miss Juanlta Barefoot, was Mitchell's Drug Store I Bradford
TO W. SI. H. Sternberg,. Dr. and Mrs. the flower girl. The bride was STARKE FLA.
't, )t- 3. Lu Biggs. Mr. and Mrs. J. W.Yndrews lovely in a evening dress of pink ,

: MondaY.afternoon the circles\ of Jr., and J. J. Truby. iffeta, with accessories to match 2710 (oSL Store ar
'\ the Methodist Missionary Society I i i and carried an arm bouquet

were entertained at the home of IRIIMIK: CLUB MKirTH WITH roses. Immediately after We are as near you as your telephone.GSJLLM.euRrJfIbICYJlift .
' :Mr. and Mrs. A. W Anderson, Mrs. ..IHS. W. M. \V.I.VIIUOHTMrs. the ceremony an Informal recep- r .
being assisted in enterI tlon was held after which the bride .
\ >f t; turning: by Mrs. A, Wood. I. W. M. Wainwright was and groom left on their honeymoon li'Sl' :)i' Cft ltS .Fr.JSWSSfSSS Jl' SSiSSKSISSglKSSSSSS' ii -1

1 I, About wenty-flve ladles enjoyed tostess'at a delightful bridge: party keeping their destination asecret. -
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this. study and social meeting, Mrs. Tuesday afternoon jDecora- .-
J ..J. W. White acting as leader In lons,,appropriate to the approachIng Mrs. Shiver possesses a charm-
the study circle Mrs. A. Z. A"kins : Christmas, season were effec- ling personality and has many
; accompanied by Miss Ethel Ively used in decorating the Jlvtfng I lends throughout the state who'

,,drlffln, sang a beautiful Christmas room where the guests spentn will'extend best wishes.
b: number, after which the hostess es enjojyable afternoon.( Contract. let for FOLKSI
, :r. :nerved a tempting' salad: course Aii I After: several interesting games Hiding Tallahassee four-story- boys' dormitory COME ON

r i special feature ot the afternoon of i(bridge, scores were compared Florida Agricultural and
r was a shower ot groceries for a and prizes awarded. Mrs at '
; worthy poor family. [aiding high was given a shoulder echanical College for negroes.HULL'S I I
and chairman ot I
The officers ..: =-

committees President-Mrs.follows: Jor the. J.year H. 1029 Hitch.areas t,: ':-' - : i The GREATEST SHOCK To Diamonds and Jewelry Prices Ever

It; Mrs., T. J. OrlAn. STORE
Vice President- .
; ,J., : I Ii

,,00. I Treasurer Secretary. ---Mrs.MUs J.Amelia w: White.Ray.Corresponding I i : Felt in Florida!! The Last "Final" :

, I Secretary Mr ,; '.Christmas: Nearly Here j jI jt

I. ;A. Wood. .-0-
I Social Service :-Mrs. L. A. pa t : I : Come Down!! =

r. \ ale.Cradle; Roll-.Mrs. E. 1<. Perr; I :', "You can always find something suitable I

man. I thaf'Something different" that ELGIN
Young People's ;Work-Mil II 'here.. Just "TIlE FLORIDIAN"Folksby I IIi

fredrlka Struth.Supterlntendent. [' 'ybtr. want. This year we have a beautiful as- I I : /I"

:- r. of Supplies rnent of genuine Lamberton China in all means lay aside FINAL PRICE Men's white or green gold filled
Sr. ,sor.
Struth, 3
lira. Amelia Ray. special purchase we are offering i I one full day and pay this sale with a correct -
Miss I
Publicity- ), ,:op .stock.. By a engraved case
of Circle No. 1-Mrs. IJH. 1 I j i a visit-and ask to see our Diamond
, trader under value. Every Genuine
this '
i Rooks.Leader. : ware a way I I $100.00 blue white diamond Ii 7-jewel Elgin movementfor 'i

of Circle No. 2-Mrs..R. : ,.piece a bargain. We still have dome splendid j ji II I I 'ring, set in (3)' new style designs Bar PinsPlatinum .

: 'A, Wl'ekl.I I lvalues in our furniture departmentupstairs.fiAMr. of 18-kt. white gold Top only-

: JHUlMli CLUB MKKTHMr. i :'. Hutton in charge. In our grocery department j mountings for- Very Special for I

,,I and ) J. .'Robinson entertained > you will find all the specials for j I THIS WEEK. !I $13.95The
their bridge club Satui j
day'night.at their home on Mad : the'season. I $59.00 $35.00 value with 3
\\f Ii' -. cut diamonds
eon street I
1 colored autumn branche .ii EJVOflKS{ AND FIRE CRACKERS
iI' I
room when I Ii I II
to; were used about the $28.00
three tables were Banged IiItrved to r t u tt.J' SO l1E BARGAINS TRUNKSr I Starting Monday night, last final come down.
I nuts were
, ; bridge Salted the evening 1 1I I December 17, this store I It's up to you to buy now

on the conclusion tables during of which scores I II : HULL'S STORE till I $20.00 value 1 blue
I at the will keep open nights II and
I r were compared. 'Mr. E. M. Jphm : : white diamond save
found to be high among the Christmas.

:, men was and Mrs. EJ. M. Johns high t : .1. I $14.00 I I II
I '
the ladies.
among -
A salad course was'served to the I PEARLS! PEARLS! FINAL CLOSE-OUT

following guests:: Mr. and Mrs. E.I'I I Beautiful French Pearls in I $50.00 value, 1 fine
Mrs. C. A I :
M.. Johns, Mr.
Knight, M r. and Mrs. R. F Demo- I single, double and triple diamond, ((2) Sap- I ALL "NIPPIN" CHINAWARE -

f' feet Mr. \iand Mrs. A. Z. Adklns,, I strands in gift case. I phires I II
and Mr. and Mrs. W. M. WainWright Her Companionate Marriage 85c each
' I I Ir' $18.00 value I $38.00 i iI

for ____________$8.95
;, : : Y. W. .\. 4. ":' A '3-ACT COMEDY WITH HOME TALENT $20.00 value Don't fail to visit this : I CLECHO GLASS WARECloseOut

I i for ,- ____________$1035 Price
The Y. W. A. Tad Its regular $15.00 value I Sale I

ning monthly at six meeting'o'clock last at the Friday, home eve of : ;Starke School Auditorium ., I for _____________$635 I Ii .u'I r I 65c each
..._....;; -,- .I 1
:Mrs. A. ,M.: Darby. JF* *" I I i FINAL PRICE -I .- -. -
A'u interesting program was

!' given Florence pn-Chlna Andrews, after' ..gae which.a piano Miss Christmas Night December 25th I '

) the evening the Y. Sons1Watch
\ solo. During : Coles and
Christmas !
TV. A. planned to fix a ,
box to send tp the orphan's home : \" DEMOREST *
in Arcadia. I I
After the business hour a delicious '.* i

dinner was served by-Mrs. -' "Auspices, Juniors and .Woman's Club Fund i I Repairing DIAMONDS Jewelry
Darby assisted by Mr. O. J. Griffin ,
C. A. Knight. > .
and Mrs. .
: W. Bf. S.

PRICES: 25c Children; 50c Adults _. -1:

The business and program meetIng .. ,. ..:::
Woman's Missionary -
of the Baptist
Society, was held Monday!


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BRADFORD COUNTY ... ._ ____ 1
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nKtKMBKK .. ....-__ ._ .... .. ._ __ __... ,. .. u I. ----- -------- AO'ri'M TO rosnitle'Tott5. "
.. shining shore.. ('.IIUST I.\H PROGRAMILt1'TIST : In Waldo last Saturday. "
r r' I!'hu u r't 5 1 5 2'' Jacksonville with their brother- To yonder nritni st'xo.". Hev. Lewis of Waldo won oft -. ..'I
u I'I'altbhl.. for. tin onj.li' 'in It't,i ,.i.tn
law and sister Mr. and Mrs. W L. opened business visitor here last Monda addition ,to thu prfNent Doan
The golden gates were
Miss Thelma Sullivan, > t rll huililniK' ill SlurkH, Kluildii, wilt
l Edwards. A gentle voice said come. A special Christmas musical lJro-; oj 'i <>,..1.,01| hy I the hoard .of Cnmiu' 1.
of. r -- With farewells yet unspoken! gram has been arranged by IIlr. the teachers In the public I nnilMHlon.-rx,,, ,u ih.oitlco of I'Irrk,
Judge and Mrs. A. V. Long and John Powell choir director 1 for here spent the week-end 'tth I''''''Illt ('"'"'\ of IJtuiirnfU ( ,..IMILKIinidu -
entered home.
lIe calmly I uiiill' 1 li\ uik. .\ ..1, .
daughter Miss Annie of GalneB- Written by a friend, the morning and evening lien Ices parents Mr. and Mrs. A. ;L. % *
"-') at the Baptist church liven of Theressa.! poi IdY"I"'d. "
: vllle, were Sunday guests of IIIrs. Sunday Ihr aura uuolvpil Includes th.funuahi ..
1ev( The program' is as follows: Mrs. I. J, Priest left last tlndtrY 'ng of "inutvilHl and laborKiii
Local Long's mother Mrs. S. E. Brown- ...A)......0J....$4..dS .... Morning for Green Cove Springs where she ,.8e,'" )' I., ,''iinijictu, the were a. -
101-tllllK' to plan Ulxl "| Sera, blue-
lee and Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Drown- ZIFFMisa "O Little Town of Bethleheir will be the guest of her non?Kn, |Il'rpnrrd. hy John' M. I'I.MHOII.,pre auhUulril -

ery Priest during the holidays. 11..1. Ulllltlll'". Ualn.-i.vlne.,
Concerning Our People Business and lee. Opal Lewis Cor by choir. h'lorldu. which niuv t>" nrrn MI ".rIll's -
J Solo--"Star of the IOa8t": Rev. F. M. Taylor pastor of tbe of Clai'k ol lli-cult ('unit (,rIH'

Progress of the County and Town. Mr. and Mrs George! Baisden, N....N.....N.N...d... (Combs.) Baptist church of Graham filled ilfurd t'uunly F9ut'Idn'i oniuinDU -
I Mr. I'lviBon.'
and Mr.\ and Mrs. L. Fowler, of Services were held at Rock I, Anthem-"Hark, Hark my Sml" his regular appointment there lui 1'II'h: bid must bo ai-ioiiipniilrd by
last \Ved- ) Saturday and Sunday. "1'', VKl-tltlUd Utlt-cK fill1: ui-1 i.nl OIL \
========== Jacksonville, were guests by (Shelley.
---- Saturday and Sundaythe the bid
c:.:>c.J: ==""" >tJ t "tJtj cj cj ta cj ea ci ci tstStSj c:.:> church born Rev. J. B. Dlcksoii preavhqil, lit \th* amount of
nesday of Misses Addle and RBalsden. Rev. Moody of :La- Anthem-"Christ the new The iiticfeHHrul bidder will b>- IHtuirvd -
Klckllter's. Don't fall to see. Men's. Ties onlale' pastor King", (Stults) the Christian church of Graham. to give surety built ....II"r.tury .".-
rte at II 7 'w crusse. last Sunday afternoon ,, tu .board ut County foiiiniloi6Y .-
at Stump's; Evening:
and Mrs. A. L. Lewis of l >t>m fur full amount ot bid.
Johnson of Amerio!, Mr. "It came Upon the MtdulgClear" Mr. J. I. Tucker, Mrs. J. .1\1, ,The Hoard of County CfinimlNHluii'l -
of Lawtnd I Iveek < I Mr.\ O. C. the week-end 1 herewith
; urobaugh Lakeland spent bur liradforcl .ounly rvnK.
Maxwell Miss Clyde Mosley aqMr. ,
Miss Fredrlka Struth, spent the week-end In Starke -By choir. ..
to SI\rke.! Ga.. spent the friends and relatives.Mr. !he rlKht" to accept .any bid or to r -
..- visitor week-end: In 'J.a.ek with with his wife, Mra. Johnson, wllo Hymn-"Silent Night." Adkins and family atteuda. kul an bids
.." Ql"vUle and Mrs J. B. Thomas were II. H lI.t.
t .t. KOU13
.t.o last .
; : lier daugher MR.F" l ''The Shepherds Vis- church at Graham Sunday .. .
"i.Mr. Anthem-
t 't'halrulan
r I Iriends.' : ,has been visitors to Gainesville Saturday, Iluard uC County Cr'ln- r't
Belcher, was c vls- I, ', Demorest for several weeks. 1011," (Ashtord.) J. W. Iledenbaugh exhibited tQ .. 1 missioner.
Taylor ; J. W. Lewis, was a business visItor (1. W. AKt>UItMAM: cieiu.H .
of town .pt
the people our a quar ,,
of the King
Wednesday. ) Solo-"Birthday )
and Mr8: A/"L.: Kahr Jr. Starke Thursday. )31-2t.
Jacksonville. I"" Mrs. J. C. Manning, Mrs. V. F. to Anthem--"Glory to God In the large ripe strawberries, some +of ._ !
'ipent Tuesday, '!))0' JoVhsonv Pearl and Riley Waadln of Graham, was Wilson). which were almoxt as large &1110012"ggs. .m( (H-' tl'IM.If t'I'IeF'Ut \
:- Manning and Misses\ Highest, (
;Beta at Klckllter's.Crews with friends. 'and. relative. \ :. :,.. Dora Manning and Mrs. L. E. Meley a visitor here last Friday.Thomas and Solo "Christmas Song ." Mr. BedenbatiRh,; stnlfw the IJI J
Mrs. R. B.
r-r 1" Mi'
-.._ ,-i''I.; ':"f of the State Farm, were shop. ((Adam.) lie has three acres in berries and \ )Tl're W HKKKBT IJIVRN. That
of Waldo, was'a+ Booker ,. daughter Hazel, were shopping In the outlook is promising, and. thttY' or. J. Alderman..., holder 1-6 part uf
J. L. Shiver ;( Tuesday after- "Thoe We Adore' '
lie of ; was a ping In Gainesville Gainesville last Saturday after- Anthem TRIt rertllloiile No. 3U4: 4th day ofinly. .,.
c to Starke Saturday. juslness visitor ':to Btark':'Moni noon. ((Lorenz.) have fruited unusually early .. A. 1.. 1U2I, has llltd mid cvrtl- ,\ j
no>TS ., ,. otlli-e and niud uppla.i-
Gill Notion i (5ba In my
I afternoon.. 'w and little Sopranos -Miss Mildred fur do..d lo IHMUH, thereon In ,
State Fatvisitor ; I. W. Dyal 'son, 'lon tax
the ,
Bard Luck of '''-'fuLb Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Johnson 1.- Mis. Mrs. J. S. Butler Miss Eunice Perkins All business ut the Hampton &1Ost Lrt-ordancv with is w. Hald c*.*rtinoiiioilnliraron ,
Starke Saturda8lie y. 'b Marlon, of Graham, spent t th .crll..1. 1
to Get Jour bay : l1 at turned to the'" home in Amerlc, Miss Gussle !Mae\ Benne >mince will be suspended on'Deceml the. following Uradfurd I
.veyk-end here with her parents: >\\.rty'. Mltualvd In cuun- g
Klck-! Stump's. i. ,Aw-: ;-1. Georgia Wednesday, after a visit W. Lewis. MIlia Inca Abernathy Mrs. Geo. D.' l the 25th, except apenial, tit, '>'. Klorldii, to-wlt:

;p cans, all : ,* at ,. : {',' l01I.. here with their sonInlawlaughter and Mv.Mr aid and Mrs.Mrs.J. H. E. Thomas and }lynn and Mrs. Raymond ,AltoUlna livery.( service, and the regular coloctlon t.'>/loi-tlu-anl North half quarter of NnrtheiiRt of quarter Northonittlilartft oC ...

.. Mrs P, B. JhWti: l '..Umpton, Mr. and Mrs. Robt. 1" 10'L'I'loyd, of Jacksonville, iptSundiy \ Blanche Alderman. Mrs. G 'C. and dispatches llrst Clan. KiiBt: of 8. 1.. Hy. Km-l. &
in Starke af- Bnd nail. i vl8i vas shopping Monday Demorest. White, Mrs. A. M Darby,
Long, was a here with Mr. Thomas 1 par- \i,,acre
Margaret Eunice A. N'lmmo, poatmIntrust s.m.1;
kites Ethel Grlffln. The of Maid propertynder
Thursda J. B. Thomas.
; Mrs.
anti .
last Mr
Jacksonville R. A. Green Is i ex- juts, John Powell Bas, S i the .Rj.1 i-ertttlcittv' 'INHIKH.' \VUH >
III "' ;;' Congressman Mr. and Mrs A. L. Lewis, m and Tenor-Mr. ; county vied with NfI" lJl i fettle aims of .lumen "'lurk.Vnless .
Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Demonmet to arrive from Washing Powell J. F. Klckllter and said rvrtllU-ati' shall ra5eoed -
Is tested and L. G. ,
gUt W. Lewis }Florid "b'I
Store there a Mr. and Mm. J. + for first honors at the 1928 ; : ; erd
Stump's Mr and Mrs. 0. C. Johns' to spend the ( C'jrlstn ,1. ai-pordlnir lo law
Grlflln.Planlijt .
on your Xmas list. Sunday IP ghter, T.ullMae, spent last 1 Jo'rl- Owen Mate Fair, which closed Uut. Sat, rill iBMiio thereon on the Mal da; ofaniiary -
nerr one ?ont Sunday at Sliver Springs vacation with his parents. Mr. m mlire. and -Mrs. DeWItt C. Jones i. l)., 19211.
:.. lay in t.eku Uutler with friends .. : irday at Jacksonville. Luke tool I\I ,, of 1I"t.r. ,4
liatrd this 14th day
,VlfKlnla/ Weeks was a vlsl- -; W. II. Green! I Mr. und Mrs. F. W. Reynolds! Violinist--Mr, Owen Grlflln. ''first on vegetables, cltrtis.r. Mrs. Lewis and S'IIIKirk .
Lily '
(I. .
jwksonvllle Wednesday "ltld children! of Graham spent rilRISTMASTKKK I >roducts, home demonstration ex ," ; liran-
\ and James,' spent jSatoi'day DOli- Miss Lora Ritch of Dunnell. lAI'TIST l'1..k of I'lri'iiil Court,
_- at the nnday here with relatives. : MONDAY MOO hlbJt. chemically preserved, fruits, turd County, Klornlit" ,

!(;-n., ] Bullen, was a visit' ton. Georgia, with relatives. pent home of Sunday Mr. and In Mrs.Starke A. ,11. Greell Mrs. Joe Ellarbee and little sweet potatoes, commercial-can- ,HIIGt-J..It.1 __ -

ICwnvllle Monday. Wonderful Xmas handkerchiefs and, attended the unveiling service laughter, of Starke, are spending! The Sunday school of the First led by-products while MadlHoi., "''NOTUKOKI'I'I.U'1TIO% FOIl

ale at Stump's. if the W. O. W. at Sapp cemetery, white here with her parents, 1111'. luptlst church will have ft ChristI got In the money on 14t'nt.-ribrluripal < J" 't'tV It'FntTl111i4

iBurrency of Brooker was Raiford. Sunday afternoon In ,nd Mrs. T. D. Dyal. I las tree at the church at save classes"' winning'+iclthe '\( IIHIlKIIVinVKN: Tlmt ,.

Rdor to Starke Monday. !Mrs.\ D. W, Kelly, and son lIer- lear of D. Rltch Green : M'Bs! Rhoda Thomas of Jacks I thirty o'clock Monday evening. A rat or' second on most of.!th.m.i. T. J. Aldtirnnii holder of Tax Ctlinrate -.
.. memory her parents, IIIr. :No.; idl l. !5lh day of July, .t
'-f ':.He WFI visiting bten "" I.
Ir_ has
: visitors for the evening 'I Illcam in
lie, of New River; were --- irogram r... IU2H.\ hoe Hlfil nald i-t-t
[,lKt your toys at Stump's I to- to Starke Tuesday. composed of Messrs.IV. J. and Mr J. II. Thomas here 1 last rranged and Is In charge of Miss South Jacksonville-- pOllt Itry ollli-e and nod. applliiillon fr.rftt.
deliver then when youTJ. A party w""Ik. A. lice\ for this district will be enabllshed -, dvMd. tll iHHiie tlieteon. In a.rordnre -
-We'll C.
C. Mrs.
H. and
Andrews. Jr., J. J. Truby, Ethel Griffin .. with law. Nina rertllli-ule-
!Mrs.\ John Cone and daughter, Wall, W. t.. Wainwright, E. 111. .. -.-- l(:night, and a real treat is In tore ) In Akra Brothers build .rui'VIl She following llrailforil d"Hi-IL>,i'd cvninty.'lot pl'op-. "

visitor Miss Mildred of Brooker, were lohns, J. C. Robinson and Sheriff ...................... for those who attend. ng on St. Johns avenue. ,..rly..lila.Mlttiiited to-wlt, :In
; : : : Griffin was a < .
$40,000 wUl.lx i
Jacksonville of HoUltnHKtuitit
arrive home Northwest" hopping in Starke Wednesday.Miss will .
ijeksonvllle Thursday. W. J, Epperson UROOKERialncy : NOTICK lived yearly by local bnnkeduot I' .*r of North.*aiit iinirtir| Ht' *. tlonTnwiiHhlp 2
oday from a four days hunting : I 7, Houlh, Itanati, ti, 19ireH. ,
-- Eulanee Cobb of Orlando, county. Mlles "t'III'lo ( ; New York air mall service .. .
irjera taken for tailor-mat rip In Dixie kind and get 'I'h" nHHi guaranteed. M. Levlto: rill arrive Christmas day for a ...' .. ................. There are many who the said rrrtllli'iite, tHHUvii Han
!. Fit reeks visit with Miss. Inez.Aber- Mr. and Mrs. Phil Maguire, 1 Mr. roes people In our town III the nanif of I'nknown.UnlKHH ..
..4tf.Udamea. little Mr Ralph Ilaien, was tl'anRact- to give something I to Hald cci Hill-ate Hhall h. t' '
Marks and would like .
achy and Mrs. Geo. A %VURCOLUMN ,weniHd ncrnrd lux to ,luw, tnx di-tl
Johns C. 1 N.ISIY -- laughter of DeLand, and Mr. and! IJlg business In Lake Butler 1 ItVednesday. t eedy families for Christmas. I CENT will Issue tlivrpon on tlio XlHt\ anyJsnt.ery '
R. ,
S. .
Geo. Lowry spent last. Miss Myrtle Strickland of Kings- Ire Morgan Darby, of Fort My- would be very glad to assist In dltrlbutlng "t. ,,..A.Nth H. day 1D21I.lialod .of I""0 A. P.,

[ and ley' Lake, spent several days In will be guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. T.: P. Ward Orvul and '' food, clothing and toys 1 Kit.
Jacksonville. ers.:
llnesday In with her sister holidays tellamae Ward were vsltlngacksvnville In these families IIV.. AUiKHMAN,
tarke last week A, M, Darby during the to Clerk of I'ln-iilt Court llrailfoid -
and Mrs. VWlmberly Irs. E. ".V. Hayes last Saturday Mrs. G, P. Raymond, "'OH 1CKNT-: -7-room hums*, Root; County, 1.1010111.,

n. Pearl Snyder visitors 1aenllle to Miss Mona Alderman one of t the Mr. L. R. Galney and Pearl Sec, ot Red Crosi condition, on Madison street. H... S-UNSt-J-J.il ___

Saturday, were afternoon Mrs. W. S. Blakely and Jlttleson. acuity of the Cincinnati Conaerv:' lalney were visiting In Jacket I _A. Green._ _'ll-t-tf xr--r.--. .r DitoKit i-oii' IM I.IC' \1'10'11 ;

of Jacksonville, are Bpendlng tory of Music. Cincinnati, Ohio, Is viUe last Thursday ........................ onbloik
to and Mrs. It. M. Gainey and' 'Oil IlF.NT---Smull cottage f'lriMilt, (.Vnrt. Twenfy-Blxlh JIIJlctllll'lrclIlI. -
the week In Starke with her parents arrive home today Mr. In ir
"The Store of expected to Hlatu
jiiimp'J Store: busl- from paved street "0.00 llrailford County,
Mr. and Mrs: W. W Baisden'. pend the holidays here with her Lois Gainey were transacting : HAMPTON ,.f r Klorldit. In CliaiK'ury. )
J Davis tai30-.t.(
month R. ,
t"'t. parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Alerman. neall in Jacksonville last Friday, 1111.. sea Nlniutix ('0.. .. per 'Mlhll'ld Clnrk /i'jVH.

-and Mrs. R. T. Osteen of Mr. and Mrs. J. }'-(. Lord and Mr. Lewis Shrlver was attendIng and- ................**...*.*. LOS, -2 electrlcTlKht fixtures bn .Complainant >

visitors to Stark their' guests, Mr. and Mrs.: Sumner+ -.-.. to business In Starke or near Call street Reward, U T. O. Clerk i J JIt
oker, were basketball teu.mttplayed defendant..
morning Rust. spent Sunday at St. Augustine Mr.\ and Mrs. Sumner Rust of talnesvllle last Friday. The Hampton returned to J, I.. sVmrhbnft\ ,. npp.'iirlnw by allUtavIt Riiprnded' ji
Ineiday I Beach. Gd. Blanc Michigan, were visitors Mr. R. H. Greene was attending against the Lawtey basketball \ '1.I. tIts bill .Hl 1..1 In tlm aliov..-"lat"il in Jacksonville last teams last Thursday and th! Starke. ? .. that .'. U. Clark. I he dufnnd-
week-end as business
the to I -- '
during -- non-rKHldent
lube Atwater-Kent Radio to Starke nlll thi>fvln nanixd Is a
If. Edwards of II. Lord. iesult Is as follows; Girls; Lawy CO. bus u 'Rood. Klorldii.. and he IK a ,
Static Mr-and Mrs. A. guests of Mir and Mrs. J. riday,, J. If. LORI & lOt (the State of .
t125.; Filling. Fairbanks, 8p nta' nii lay at t thehome ;They 'were enroute to 3t.'' Pete... I 1hLeslie Greene watt transacting > 8; Hampton 20; Boys Lawtey line of furniture, clothing, hats 'U""fO"IIII..lIv..ry"Hldtnt of Albany and, Htata IN. over of laoriclu the a....,. *'

spent last of Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Ed- burg, where they will spend 'the business in Jacksonville last 29! ; Hampton IS Both side and shoe Call In and sc->! us1. .nt: twenty-nit. yearn! I It la thereforednrnd
J. M. Davis riendant -
In non-reHlilent
well and received congratulations .. that Kald
relay In Lawtey the guest +of ards. Inter. 'riday.Mi1. layed effort an,1< 12-21-lt. V/-.... )I .<+ b.. and la l lierehy r"'lulr..1It. I Iniiponr
' Wade Harrell was attendIng for their earnest -. .. tn the bill of roitiplnlnt III- v
and Mrs. A, H. Harley., Jr last 'rl- throughout the game FOil SALE:-A farm for rent or on or bi-forti Monday/ a Jkn
111liml Starke I In Bald suns
and lit'ugbter of In cheerfulness
Mrs. E. L. Melton Mr. and Mrs Ed. Duncan to business t.1 A. J>. 111211.!' .,
Norma and Mrs. } thel residents of Stark Mrs. P. B. Hunt has returned toher < sale at Theresa, Fla.'iin"eayterms .. ,"" "' Mill day the of allreatln11s January of Maid hiliwilt \
1'1. E. M. Johns and daughter, former ay.The with her reliable parties. Applyon IloItI..rwl..R "I by said
visit to
'Jacksor Dryan have returned tq their home visiting: friends In SCarke Lacrosse basketball team home after a : be. taken an votlfraU j

il V, spent Monday In'i Jacksonville, after a visit with11r. Monday were enroute to their home both girls and boys motored' over alster. Mrs. J. T. Thomas. premises or TheresHu post-12- .1(.It re ndant.I I.. further ordnred that thin or- j 1or

and Mrs. B. S. Edwards. from Tallahassee. Mr. Duncan wasfor bere last Friday. The games; were Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Dees andMrs. office. Fred C. Spauldlng aI'.. r be "u"lI.h",1 week ours In a. tho weak llrad-for .,(
... rnnsrrulive
Radio with connected with the Bradford < very Interesting and the playe Page, all of Plant City, werethe 21-21* County Tel..iirHh| u n"w""I'| | -1' i
tube Atwater-Kent Sheriff and Mrs. W: J. Epperse, years and their vlelts both Brooker and Lacrosse guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. V. 13 t"1 ", In mild. County and !!Ilal... ,!
i, $$30. Smith's Filling Statior County Bank, on ORN FKI) TURKEYS: 8 to livfeinlior, IZIh. IIt i M.U. .
Langford and Mrs. F.B. welcomed hard for the victor Jonell.IIIrs.. a
Mrs. Alice ''here are always gladly orked very pounds, 40c. pound. CjMAGrlffls W. AI.DIOIlMAM.
-- Johns were visitors to Galnc' The Lacrosse players were accompanied L. O. Johns and children, Slora lllgh* .:.,.n Clerk Circuit Court. J\
Z. Wlmberly's KNMIHT.
A. at
age and Mrs. C. A.
Wednesday afternoon. and here with a very large MIIIII Martha Jotre\ and L. G., Jr., I 1 Ily Clerk.,
Tuesday i ixmvllle I In vllle last Mr.\ and Mrs. R. II. Fox over land.Fla. VM-l-l : Deputy
children with spent friends. daughter, Arlynne Mrs. Stella. crowd of their parents and friend were visiting In Brunswick Ga.,, ___ __._._._ J\>W' Ull.r. WIM.IAMS Complalnnnt. 'i iHollultor ,
I '
Mrs. L. S. Hutto, Miss Edutto Wiggins,and Mr. Charles Wlggln, The citizens of Brooker watched last Sunday 'OR 11l0NT-One: three-room furnished for ia-H-H-1-ll I J

uk-; a Xmas tour 'througl and Mrs. Nat Wllllair all i of Macon Georgia spent Sunday and, waited very patiently for' the Rev. J. B. Dickson, pastor of thethe < apartment See Amy t .-._---- ------ I

in Jacksonville Mrs.G. The score at the First Christian church hereto T & P Store t.OTlfH -t
p'a Store today.Mdames I In were' shopping in Starke- with Mr. and coming score. > Moore, 'I, ,.

_. jesday. >. H. Bennett. Mrs. Wiggins re. end of the game was the boys 23 has served his church verJ] AMI
----- HKtiToiiN c1fFit-
L. H. Hill and R. Hle aimed over for a longer visit with 2 with Lacrosse leading and the faithfullY, received a large colleen TO rroii Say it with Flowers .

''of Lawtey were visitors tote Mrs. J. E. Corpening and little ber brother-in-law and sister, Mr.and girls 11-6 with Lacrosse in the of Christmas present from the I '!

Friday afternoon: lughter L'Etta, spent Sunday at Mrs. Bennett. embers of the Christian'churct Notice U. hereby *lvn IhaaU Flowers For AllOccasions

Hugh with Mrs. Corpenlng's parents. -- lead.Mr.. Henry Crosby of Vero, whohas laBt Sunday for which he and billwife (' editors. l.enatei having. IIMtrlbut.1apamtp.rsnna rlnlnm '*i*...1".1th.

r.-and-hire O. A, ,ndreu of Mr. and Mrs. T. A, Brlnso DEATH OK CII.\H II. I'llIKHT: been spending some time herewith showed much appreciation. RIt. estate of Henry hereby'/Large' Ht.tulrml..v"n-

rt i, spent the week-end I Ite In --- 1 has friends and relatives, was Mlsa Clyde Moseley entertained ,,in. ducHRrad.the are Mama lulmittien. -

with relatives. I Misses Ethel Griffin, Jladge Middleton On December 2, 19J$, the 'gates :compa'nied home last Thursda at her home on Main street last II)ntoil present to the County Judge ..e. |otncr U'<<
and Claudia Gilchrist, Bpenttbe of! heaven swung open! to receive by bin'brother, Mr. Aj L. Cronb; Thursday evening with a nandker' rord In the County court hOIl.Florida..... In, Ht th..h1M.Tf nrffrke i Gertrude Gotlbey

ou 1 can solve all your week-end in Jacksonville with ur friend Charles Herbert Pries, Mr Old Crawford of Lake nutler chief shower In honor of her Sunday i within one year '*<">,'"a'held'' Anderson

Cbrlst.1 friends. his friends i as Sunday here with hiswire school teacher. Mra. Hester h8reor, or thin notice will, Ma.
lift problems at better known \Ito .spent In bar thereto. and nil pr *>n In- -
'at' The reuia.ns: were curried and children. Grlfftn. who is much loved by theyoung d.b.d. to nM enlate are required 10pILY

r.' and Mrs. Ray Newsom wer Mrs. W. J. Epperson and Mrs.W. to i the Prevail cemetery and laidto Mrs. A. B. Crosby of Jacksonville ladles In her Sunday school the llama eoitor.forthwith ttth., qn.1..r"I.,1 { Phone l/ Waldo FU.

tors to Jacksonville last Tburs J. Epperson, Jr., spent Tuesday i rest in th .. family cemetery who has been visiting herewith clasa'-as well, by all who knowber. Thin the Slat day ..r 8""Nb..r WZWILLIAM *.

in Gainesville with Mr. andMrs. there. The ftneral services were friends ahd relatives returned IIOI.MKM<>f the HTKVHNSONKxaoutnr Eatate of '

Dale H. Vansickel. conducted J>y Rev. F. M. Taylor atthe bome last Thursday. Cha Weeks of Jacksonville, Henry U rn. Ht<'V..n". "n'4\cj"1:. :
Mrs. .-- --- -- _. .....:.....__..w.
1'1.i G. H. Bennett and daughte < /tome of Ellie Sullivan A Dr. Mann of Lake Butler, hasbeen waa the guest 'of' his sister, -- .-' ,--------'-
jussle Mae, were shopping lionviiie Mr. and Mrs.,31. II. Young andson larae concourse of friends were visiting here several time ; ate Sparkman and niece, Mrs. ---- and)
Saturday. Theodore; and Mrs. J. M. Z Ja.vis iura> to pay their last tribute oflove durlnK the past few days. A. At McDonald this week. Coleman GaB Wood

were visitors to Gainesville: to this dear friend. Mrs. T. P. Ward and Mr. OrvalWard Rev Norris of Lacrosse, pastor ;.,

fre.' P. M, Barefoot and daugh lesday. "Pat" was born In Clay count;) were visiting In Wildwood of the First Baptist church of AlsoPERFECTION tr '

IIlsa IDea Abernathy were vie s in of Charles and Delia Prevat last Monday. Hampton, will fill his regular ap- OIL HEATERS t

to Jacksonville Saturday. Mrs. Thelma Steele and children Priest. lie was sick a month bu Mr. and Mrs. R. W. 13ranne polntment here next Sunday mornIng -

" and Mrs Moore, of Galnesvlll ba.been In bad health sometime and little daughter, Pauline, were and evening. >
DeW t
"itlful dolls at Stump's. were wee't-end guests of Mr. andMrs. beto're this. It seems bard fortbls tltlni her parents here last Mouday. Mrs. J. P. Sullivan bag returned t JC!

J. B. Sapp. father and huband to be takenfrom : to her home here after a visit withher

and Mrs C. A. Knight and their happy home, he wa i son Cleveland Sullivan of Theressa. .
8. Carleton ot Monttce <.> .. <.> <* .
J. R.
'c. Robinson were visitors Rer. 34 old just In the prime .
: only .
years .
tbeweek ... --
of -
arrive the latter part and son, Gorden -- -
etia last Thursday 10. will of life but our all-wise anoTpowful Mra. T. F. Brown ----

1o 1- to spend ,the holidays herewith father knoweth all thing 4 I Weest, were business visitors a -
Services W
!. and Mrs. E. M. Johns and his family. beat. There was an angel band In Church "

. I. C. Robinson were visitors laven.'Not ?; rf By /. E. CorpeiiingJ
',""Ua Friday. Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Wilder andson quite complete so he ealledour . . STARKE, ..- ,_ _,,,. ... __ .. _ .-
will Bpendtbe p-
. Billy\ of Orlando, friend "Pat" to fill the vacan BAPTIST: r !:

ell'' Millinery\ at Stump's. i holidays In Starke with Mrs.Wllder's leat. "Pat" had a number of Sunday school at 40 a. m., every -
-" sisters.: Mrs. J. W. Ed.wards friends and always greeted themwith Sunday Christmas tree onMonday + i J WONDER WHeRE 6AKTA| =r BUVIMG j1,1:
and Mr*. Fay Gill. HES
:=ee Myrtlco and Myrwln a smile. Hie smiling faceIball evening. RIGHT NOW? ,

'1, were week-end guest ofend be missed by all who knew Christmas sermon and specialmusic CLAUS; 16 A LIST OF"PRESENTS

1 I Mrs. L. H. Hill of Lawtey. Miss Ella Jacksonville Mae Long,and were AllanCanova visIting ;- him. Ha leaves surviving him 4kenhearted at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. SO +2 C IR15'f MAS ,

of wife, three small B. Y. P. Unions at 6:30: p.m.. t
; D-' Do"ji''" of Green Cove Mr. and Mrs. J, M. Brownie children, Ruth Ella Charles andJuanita. each Sunday. AT

"- 'It H1 spend the holidayske ''and Mrs. S. E. Brownlee Sunda;; KNOW1 ,
: an aged mother onebrother Mid-week service Wednesday at i-a
r with friends. afternoon.MI" besides oth- and one sister, 7:30 p. m.

er relative and a host of friends .
meB J. L. Ptckerlll and D. and Mrs. H. L. Brownleeand to mourn his untimely end. I'BKHUVTEIUAJf,; : (>

ltal cht were shopping In Jack- I daughter Mary, are leaylnllBunday A presctous one from us In gone: 10 a. m. Sunday school J, M.TrubY' .,. -
'IIi1 DeLand where the; 1 e.
e u
Monday, for andMrs. A voice we loved is stilled. ', supt.
'- will I spend Christmas with Col. A place Is vacant In that home 11 a. m.. Morning worship,,,

\Qlp'I Store Is full of dolls and J. B. Futch. That never can be filled aermon by the pastor. "The Mes.t ..

Dear friend thou has left UII.And sage: t of Christmas. Special music.
daugb'terti. .
Irs. Pearl Snyder: and and Mr.and l our loss we deeply feel, 1:30 p. m., Christian Endeavor. Christmas gifts of all description. Perfumes Corpening's Drug Store
and M'J.; : Plckerillta'tors \ Fenella and Louise, exercises
L. Christmas
1:30 m.,
But 'tis God who has bereft us, p.
'r to Jacksonville Sat- I Mrs. W. M. Wimberly spent and Wednesdar little -- Ue can all our sorrows heal.We b, the Sunday school Christmas Candy everything for everybody-Merry. Chirst7 ""The Service Store

daughter Freddie' tree'' and treat for Sunday school mas.

-aael' iiCharles; Petten- : : Afternoon lu Jacksonville.Ilsses i loved him yes we loved him, children.Prayer. Starke, Fla.
Wednesday eve-

ItI Clear ater, will\ be holiday': } Fredrlka tbe weekend and Leah In And But God he has loved gently him called more. him Din""K, at 730.meeting, _._ ._,_ II ...a.. .... _a _._ ... ....- -. .- ... -. -.

"' Mr. and Mrs. :X II. Lord. ;nth will spend I

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"- -- -- : I amplon constructed .
I II \\I.-\--iI"OS; it
,, f; OF TICKS I Defeat Wets ,
: United State I
of the
=:- = -7=: "great spray down
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: ::::-: : ,\lUI'IT1'I...; 1NUCHTKYHTATKH '- !
W"i I through which liquor was Doodlng) I The t r
now' ,
hlltlol, ,
ItADIO bl'KAKl: i I'
:Move For Enforcement In from Canada. lie suggest atone with alt !
Johnson a nun
Spuds --- that perhaps Crampton wanted the '? '" i Plas!.
Farmers & Farming I ing. Three ? ,,
Eradication ?"?
Gainesville Fla. To The Hilt dry appropriation as a "protective'! three valves ''tt'I')! ,
Willi"! i
MERRY CHRISTMAS! of ticks in West Florida Is bringIng tariff for Michigan's leading Indus-I ""I'noel
adjoining ,
about a change in the range I try, the importation of Canadian :I exei1e ", I 100m

(Agricultural Editor) -U time of merrymaking I cattle Industry, declared J, Lee Washington Dec. 20.-The drys liquor.\ of these tanks w ',, 'Ht"1'' II
time a
.. _._ .. -. Christmas pressed a'r! and ,lit.t,,
-- -- --- for ev-I Smith, district! extension agent. in won the annual rough and tumble I "It would take half a billion\ dol- the 'I iird, will
and happiness
deadly ,
talk WRUF the state effectiveall In 1t"I.|i .
a radio over to make th's! law Van'
Farmers and Truckers Are Invited to Contribute Ar erybody. tt is well that such Is I, station. The proof of this change clash on prohibition: enforcement 'liars parts of tho country." said which when 8i Kv, (| ,in,""' 'th4

tides of Farm Experiences and Methods Found the rase. For Christmas ('ele-I i was shown by the exhibit of ftne In the ouse today, but their leaden Black, adding that the army and death chamber ,team, Into h

To lie Best Suited to Our Country brates the birth of Christ, and illS.: beet cattle at the Liberty County were badly scarred In the me- I navy might be; necessary to enfor This cyanogen, the I.i ?;';' U8
system ,,
of i,,,
Fair, Mr. Smith said. lee. the law in Detroit.Representative In leaks
birth Is just reason for ('ommemoration that the win they had to re. Sabath reminded tended to Inje, I?It..
.- I It was In this section In order to Iemt
and celebration. This season first purebred) Aberdeen-Ang fuse to appropriate the amount of I Crampton that the consumption mas party. should bring joy to all of us ,, strings on I
the which Prohibition Coma industrial alcohol has Increased a galh a
Mistletoe sires were Introduced after money
Hanging On cultivated trees, such as pecans However, we should not lose to 90,000,000 gal- In the origin,! '
eradication of the ticks, the speaker stoner Doran said was necessary from 1,000.000 I..thal, rb..
mistletoe 1 I Is sight of the fact that Christmas i I since the advent hairs
the effective.
Christmas apples, etc., said. At the time these ai make the law Ions annually were !
During Is a time when we are celebratln witnessed to the floor,
they enclosed
apt to become a pest. It takes up Of i male were being brought In there More than that b>' sleel:
the birth of the Most Holy. I the desertion of two outstanding Representative Green, democraof and equipped with leg,
Is Ancient CustonGainesville. the plant food manufactured by (course we should think of Him and I I was much discouragement said about tbe dry members who warned them Florida, an ardent dry, got a chest straps With the arn,
the work. Many people exe '
the tree for use Itself. To get rid Ills life all through the year, but I { that the federal government soon little bit excited and declared 1 he of Gee Jon In ISI.M
cattle could not be I in pro II Was
Fla. To catch of It, the roots sh6uld be cut out I Christmas is a time when we range must make a sincere effort to enforce wished to deny "the fact that coiKressmen that the straps and rages Wet
breaking off the limbs of the should give especial thought tHim. the dry law or give up t ttttenrpt. the II vote dry and drink wet necessaryvhen .
Just lukict|
has boen : Describing the exhibit of cattle .
girl under the mistletoe will not destroy It. I I One of these was Rep- Later he said It was not a "fact"j giant Slav was executed In
the favorite sport of boys at Xma And In thinking of Him we at the fair, Mr. Smith stated repenlailve Wlngo, Democrat, (If but he wished to deny the charg the cages were

r., time for centuries for a girl "HTATH ,mCl.ltl'SI.S: should try to follow His exampli It included grade animals In' One Arkansas, who made the unchi -j seated in the chair removed, the b"

t j', under the mistletoe Is alI TO CILNTIMTK: : UOHK IV lie was always one to serve other I condition, purebred calves of the: enged statement that saloons are CAK11ADINK NAMED: 'ASMOOHKHAVKN closed and at a signal from outer
/ .aught LIVESTOCK KUHUVItCJ: : people, thinking always of other beef type and about 15 range running openly in all the large clt. ; IWCTO Bculloner the valor t II

I avs subject to being kissed. This people first and bringing joy to I' cows with calves by their sides es of the country. I I ,_ Ing room was opened n the a

. lattice dates back to the time othe I Gainesville, Dec.-Dr. R. D. Bee hem.. Ills greatest joy came In which had been sired by purebred The battle, which was marked Jacksonville\ Dec. 14.-Dr. T. J. Ible spray spurted mk and,, i IIn

I Druids before the birth of ker of Oklahoma A. & M. Collegi >eeng! other made joyful. And sve 'I Angus bulls. These calves were by the usual uproar and horae.playwall j Carradlne, of Lawtey, yesterday The killer's\ head the,
{ I Christ, so that doubtless girls have'' has been secured by the State I who are fortunate, shout only eight months old yet they precipitated when the militant was named physician of Moon, chest and he was dead
mistI I the thos i stood by their mothers, as large wet bloc" reversed its former tactics the board of regents of Thei
.i een being. kissed under the Hoard of Control to carry on emember others, especially haven by no struggle ouli rv ,M
it .4*toe for 2,000 op more years, animal husbandry Investigation; less fortunate than ourselves. Try and as heavy. and demanded that the"dry the Moosehaven Home for the action. even

+ \d I. Vrancls Cooper, editor of stat-// formeily conducted by Jchn M' his once and see If It does noo i This one exhibit alone Justine aw be "enforced to the hilt. Aged at Orange Park. I IIINhlll Ilcaten
the whole of the fair I In offset this!, the drys had to the late
To succeeds
t' Fiorfilts College of Agriculture III Scott, according to an announcement make your Christmas a more expense Dr. Carradlne Permanent electric
amendment beate
Newell director ha1)-1 ;the opinion of Mr. Smith. The results lefeat amendment after Young Lane, who died
' a raflfo talk over WRUF. j by Dr. Wllmon py one. the Dr. Remer stead of the portable
1 Desiring to find out more abou of the Florida Experiment Of course we always send a obtained In this county demonstrated designed to Increase for tbe appropriation : at his home In Orange Park last heretofore will be Installed one
1 associated with mlstle- Decker will\ assume friends and to< at the fair are certain: of $13,500,000 week. t
.sold customs Station. Dr. I resents to especial carried In the: ell.: The temperature
!' .* toe, Mr. Cooper recently dug ulsome | his duties as associate animal husbandman relatives. We get lots or.'fun out I encouraging to those who led I I In prohibition bureau supply bill. Announcement of the appoIntment to; vaporize the line ner

interesting facts relative' to I at the Experiment Station of that. But that Is not enoughVe he fight for Improved range cattl, annual treasury Move FrustratedOne of Dr. Carradlne was mad 'ers the death chamber spray from lIS

'I; this p'ant. He found that the mistletoe -, on January 1. should remember those wh 10 said. ot these was to make the last night by J, Albert Cassedy, of iozzle: several feet behind tb

\t. It perhaps first mentioned Ir I The departments of animal In-j rill' probably receive very few : appropriation $250,00,000 or $50-( Baltimore, chairman of the fire lemned man is 80 degrees

!I ',. literature by Pliny who lived during lustry and veterinary medicine,,, eaent, andand who may even be lirant. HINTS TO HOUSEWIYE4CHRISTMAS ,100,000 less than Prohibition committee and of the board of re- enheit.

"t the period A. D. 23 to 79, although which previously existed In the experiment What counts Is, IS CANDY Commissioner! Doran said was necessary Cents Loyal Order of Moose o f Although the case of Bob

5' f Caesar wrote of the doings \ station, have been combined Not what we give but what w< TIME for effective entorcemer America. supposedly the next man to

: of the Druids. Caesar lived from Into the department of animal share TIME It was offered by Representative The session yesterday was held icuted, is to be appealed t

''I : 102 to 44 B. C. I husbandry, 'under the leadership For the gift without the giver Is The call for Christmas sweet La Gaurdla, Republican of New I it Orange Park. It Is understoo state supreme court, the prix

" The Druids were members ot a of Dr. A. L. Shealey, veterinarian bare." Is a legitimate one. Who ever York who also was frustrate 3r. Carradlne will assume his post Icials are continuing work c

religious cult and lived In Gaul in charge. Dr, Becker will\ Christmas Is also a time for a heard of a Christmas without sue when he tried to amend the bill t i so Monday. He Is a retired physician new cell.While.

i and In England. The oak tree waareverenced conduct the strictly animal husbandry greater community. friendship and al' plums and sweet meats? 1 It hat some of the funds appro I ot Tennessee and a graduate of was convicted of i 811

i '. by them, and, since work of thin departmdnt. itxlng. Nearly everybody laid would be like fruit cake with the lated would be apportioned to tl9called Tulane University of New Orlean to death and later burn

I. \ ) mistletoe grew on the oak, certain dr. Scott, who formerly conducted mebody else or has somebody asvisitors. fruit left out. dry states where the feral and Johns Hopkins, Baltimore. >body of Louis Lavell, s t

II mystical practices) were associated his work,,le now agricultural editor We should certainly arrange And what makes a more festive government admittedly makes< I gambler;; of Elko, Nev if eed

:, with the mistletoe. It la generally for the State Department ofgrlculture. to attend the community 11ft: than a bright holiday box or virtually no attempt to'enforce the Nevada Plans White will be the firs t

believed. that ,the ,practice, of Christmas tree with the young basket filled\ with stuffed fruits anther law. born American to die In the
under the has 'two degrees around oher community wholesome sweets? Undaunted by these rebuffs, the '
k'naliig! girls Dr. Becker folks and to get New BuildingAs ham ber..
mistletoe has been handed 'down from the Iowa State College and a gatherings during the holiday Staged FruitsIt fiery New Yorker then tried to -- '

.t from the time of the Druids. 'h.D. degree from the University season. This will help us IIndalso Is usually desirable to have on an amendment which;..would Death Cell Jacksonville-New airport

Mistletoe) Is, a parasite living of Minnesota. In Addition to workt help brighten up life in the the stuffing visible, although fig, end the practice of hiring decoys dedicated.r .

and growing only on trees and these two Institutions, he has mm untiy. ate, prune, or other dried fruit to, trap violators, some of the of decoys -- -

shrubs. It will grow on either held the position of associate In And so we say, "Merry. Christ- lay be wrapped entirely around t i abit used being the wives also prohibition wasvoted Is Only State to Use Lethal Gas to' .

evergreen or deciduous trees. In airy husbandry at the Oklahoma mas." of nut meat or candled, fruit agents. TMs Take Life.Despite .

England It 'is most abundant on the .grlcultural and Mechanical Col- ---.-- After stuffing four or five, fruit down. Demo- \ PAINTER'SSimon
.' found the River Junction Waterworks my be coated all at one time by: Representative Sabath, of "barbarism'ung
apple tree, but rarely on le/e, which he will give up to comet tried to Inqreas cries
.r oak. It grows ou' a wide variety Florida. He Is said to be well system being installed in. this raking with fine granulated sugar ('rat of Chicago,$14,500,000 ;will at the state of Nevada after Pure Citrus

I other trees. trained In genetics, animal physIology place. I In a paper bag. Three tablespoon; the amount to Then Representative her two executions by means of le- I

The fruit of the mistletoe Is a > nutrition, dairying, and dairy Stuart-Dixie Highway will be Is sufficient for a package of date out success.Democrat, of New Yorl, heal gas, prison authorltes are and
nil white berry which, when manufacturing. He Is widened In this vicinity in near fu- and for a variation a 1-2 teaspooit lack, drylaw and ordering ma-
" *n roducts I be add proposed that inasmuch as the rawing plans I Gem Farm CropFERTILIZER
.' 'ijie is filled with a viscous substance secretary: of the Production Cec- tUI'e. cocoa or cinnamon may was a failure anyway, the entire I eriala for a new gas cell to be
'/ from which b'rd lime Is de tlon, American Dairy Science As- Sebring-Irrigation and sprlnkr i to the sugar. $13.500,000 be used in enforcing reeled in the prison yard in time

rived. The need often sticks to the I x-latlon. system installed In Circle Park. Orange/ Peanut Stuffing the anti-narcotics law. liegot to exact the death penalty In the

beak of the bird easing the fruit, Director Newell believes that the Okeechobee-Den Fox opens This is a new favorite. TQ 1-3 little support.In case of Bob White, convicted slayer -

a! and when the bird wipes Its beak Idltlon. of Dr. Decker to the staff cafe In new building here. cup peanut butter, add slowly 2 tablespoons offering his amendments La of Louis Lavell. ,
tree the seed sticks will Macclenny -New Powers buildIng of orange juice and 1-c that If the dry the lethal execution Are
i. ou the next of t the experiment station uardla declared Since gas
there. It sends roots into the tree I really strengthen the animal husbandry on College avenue nearing teaspoon grated orange rind 01 states "once get a taste of enforcement ecame a law in 1920 two men Gee "TIME TRIED AND en

or limb, attaches Itself, and the work of the Institution. mpletlon. utter yet, a tablespoon chopped ," they will soon rebel against I Jon, a Chinese, and Stanko Jukh TESTED"Our

new plant feeds on the sap of its I -+-- -- Dade City Improvements and ,candled orange peel. Rejnove the the dry law. :: a Slav have had their liven
Springs sponge Industry developments> commenced at City pits from a package of dates, stuff!! 'tlia TUm-
host tree. One bird In particular, The Tarpon ..ow iiuffed out by the almond scented Acki
d. the "mlHHel-lhrush" or "mlstle- Is one of the distinctive Institutions Park. Iwlth the above mixture and sprlnk'Ie "No sincere dry can oppose thl Brands are the wh

.(, IhruHh." Is effective In scattering, of Florida, as well asoue Plant City-Coronet highway i the surface with chopper pea- ; nendment" he shouted. "Ther as.At both executions some concern ledged Standard of Florida by 1 II
trees. I of the most profitable. The proved in this vicinity uts. less liquor consumed In New of witnessess Growers
, t tho seed of mistletoe to new was felt for the safety fertilizers
I'n like moat other plant parasites idustry la enjoying an active Ilea.BOil. Plant City-New city jail buildIng Stuffed I'miii'i.* York city In proportion to popula the gas chamber at that time judged
The Tarpon Springs Leader nearly ftnlshed.ElIstisFlrst Wash and steam prunes. Dry, remove than In any other part of the and nearly forty years
"love tlon butcher shop
l such as dodder or W ras an old stone all we can for i"
,. November 1 to : State Dank of Eustis pits and fill centers with States. Now Is the time foryon "Giving
sales from United
vine the mistletoe contains reporls vegetable storehouse In the prison Instead of getting)
t. with $12,000 reaming absorbs bank of Umatilla. marshmallow salted peanuts, pecans drys to stand up and be count we get
t I chlorophyll! the green (' : 20 1 of $185.308, i taking ompound. Fumes leaked out atthe we can for what :W" gl'
Chrhd.1 unsold the total catch for Miami-Tamiaml Highway will or the orange peanut stuffing ed I or forever refrain from
t. and thus it makes windows and doors. *
matter! ( I to my;, eaves Is the policy o
1. nuts or sugar,,, when come
, tractive decoration for the that period was $177,000. be completed by January ..- May roll in chopped a. drink you Build New Chamber I
-- ---- -- If desired. city." Democra When a woman correspondent TilE E. 0. PAINTIFERTILIZER
y1 t'orn IhtllsUse Representative
1 Pop tinted after Inhaling leaking gasat CO.
.. .. 1 Florida cane syrup,,. of Missouri, a life-long dry, came .
a GuardIa's assistance by asserting t the execution of Juklch, It wasanllounced JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
vinegar 1 cup sug- to La
r v 2 tablespoons
agent i Isan that the old building =
federal dry
tj I' al', freshly popped corn. that a animal" In most oftbe ..:..0.:: -
and vinegar : "unknown
Boll, syrup sugar i
country -
rr' when dropped rural districts of the ""c: .. -
M ..yi .-.. until a little snaps Missouri, besaid
1quart Of I 114 counties
cold water. Pour this over
them have never seen i afederal
Y a freshly popped corn. Mixwell

form into balls\ or fritters The only agent.attempt to defend the

with the hands, rubbing on a little was made by Representative -

butter. Drop on waxed paper to Iresent system Crampton, Republican.

harden and cool.Tropical. of Michigan, the dry leader, whoslld < For health and'l1.appiness

KUHosUse the La. Ouardla amendment!
4 egg whites 3 cups puffed would "disrupt enforcement"' lIE

i il ll'Oy liflr rh'e, 1-2 teaspoon vanilla 1 cup (larged that New York city unde

llllh. 4 ( ( powdered sugar, 1 cup shredded a Tammany administration wa t

(icoanut. making "pets" of law violators an( foi

I Deal egg wbltes' until stiff! addIng tlllll. helping to bring on racketeer .

sugar slowly. Fold in puffed Inll:, rl-jacklng and other evils.

rice, shredded cocoanut and vanilla. lie received a prompt dressing

Drop from spoon on buttred down> from Representative Wingcho

tin and bake in a moderate ovenfor said that saloons are runnlnIde sheer delight on

i'tary.v about 30 minutes. Do not remove open under one name or another
,art cities of the COUlltry.
cooled. In all large
until partly
Y RQNwnerwpeN... Mwt.el.eddl from pan
i rA '11u of them 1"under t
5 W t. -- In Chicago
} Tallahassee-Bids requested for the name of "business men'

(,instruction of road from here to lunch." he said, adding: Christmas D3.3rand
Panama City. '"Tammany ball does not contro

Fort Myers-Firestone tire store the open saloons In the city o

and filling station op.ened "
ilcanlslng emphis.
f on McOego Boulevard recent- Points to Detroit thousand

: ,-'''.".,'.- I' I a h'. Representative then remlnde, a


t ICRJ.Y days to come .

...... ti _- al- aw. 11 .r A short rest

but a .

SOT e'ta1lY refreshing one The Silver

E D.hdoua w 4Rehsshh gr.

I AnniversaryBUICK
tsar rt ana *1 1T -
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OU NEW .;X< L.\SU COLONIAL: Is often more) correctly termed, The exterior should be finishedin I .

Early. American. And this does "whitewashed" effect with shut .

(By U. C. Hunter & Bro., Archts., not apply to the details alone, but tens painted a faded blue and roof'

New York.) to the general shape and layout, stained a dark weathered gray. MILLION
If tho root treatment, the disposition(
''.. Many ot the so called "Colonial" of the wings which carry out the The laundry beater space and allay With Matttrpfect Bodies By Fltlttr

are not Colonial at all, but old "woodshed". effect and Its coal storage are In the cellar.

i houses merely .'boxe,," with near Colonlal'deta.l111 placement so that It "hugs" the I The house has a frontage of 68 **" '"

tier appended and with results ground. feet which requires a 75 foot lotto STARKE COCA COLA MOTOR COMPANY
I of the give 1a setting. I \ REGISTER
that are far from pleasing, The arrangement plan ap proper BOTTLING CO.

many are In fact absolutely devoid I peals. Four bed rooms and an at-' Complete working plans and )j/ %. ,
charactedwbataoever. tached garage make it complete. specifications for this house may
architectural Build
of any. Simple and compact. It Is economical be obtained for a nominal turn When Better Automobiles Art Built Buick Will Wj

b The house shown herewith is to build and convenient to live from the bluldlog editor."* Refer to IT n n TO COOP T O C K T WH t.IT. r. '
,truly New England Colonial or as In.'


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pEl'EM131sn: 21. ID2S ISRADFOff ..__.. .. ... .. j
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,_ ____ __ ____ __ _____ --___ _.._ '
.. ---------- m. I : TIIK: IIOTTOM"I' : ranker. Both of these dlseux -s
::;; T'stcrs recently printed released by the two rail lines show' Fires Destroy TIIK0ltl.l)
;. Part Of State Gas Tax arc very contagious and should he
Tribune citing theUlilel more phosphate has been shipped[ I

e.IU tho of Tampa backed by (in the 11 months of this year, than Large Amount C. P. O. Box No. 1234, guarded carefully lest a few In-

This week in all of last year. Fliosphate shIpments Wanted For Waterways .fcctod birds
plants< Shanghai, China, Nov. 8, 1928 I
utlllt Herald follow suit In the last 11 mouths State Timber Dear Kdltor: ;

redlulon, devoted to Braden- amounted to 1,388,699) tons while I i''
another letter from
a pig" those In 1927 amounted to 1.372- A Suggestion I Here comes of the disease it should
and asking for Indus- Jacksonville Dec IS-- Gulf Coast and the Atlantic coast he Isolated -
,, q the "bottom of the world. It
udtl 118 tons. This is ait Increase of I tit ;Millionrcn: Are Uunuil Over maybe from the rest of the A
locate In of the state the I flock ImI -
TJI kinds to that portion sections of the State Whereas, I I of interest to the readers of
best service was 16,481 tans, with possibility of the 1 I .\alluuLlI,)', Estimate: Sujg.' mediately! and given treatment ,,'
tne : gasoline tax paid by motor owners great waterways of the western your excellent paper. I I
service. Every, tonnage reaching a total of 1,500- I I Permanganate; of potash dissolvedin
gIn\ utility and now going Into the construction and central southern ot Approximately 13,000,000 acres We have recently! had oneChina's of 1
is backing; their 000 by the end of the year. I the drinking water will help materially -

il Florida of wheth- ----.-- and maintenance of hlghawya I this state are many; a most beau-I i of Florida tlmebrlands are burned chief holidays. For more In controlling the light

'plenty regardless owned Winter's coldest snap for this tiful well populated country 'over annually from some 15.000 than a week I noticed sinus of its form of roup and will also assist
or diversted to the Improvement I'
.tare municipally season was felt In all parts of the be spread out before the visitor that ''I!' fires which occur over the statei coming. Great stacks of "moon- I In preventing Its spread. With the j jI
of FlorIda
Good utility sereB of the Inland waterways .
owned. state Sunday and Monday of this i I forester, cake In birthday colored packets f-
:e11 Herbert M, | he will see from an entirely different Harry Leo Baker state more severe cases, other measures
cities. Is advocated by
.. better week when the mercury went downto angle and from an entirely I' estimates! In figures compiled at were shown in many stores Beautiful must be used.

-. --- 38 as far South as Tampa. But Corse of Jacksonville. Mr Corse the state forestry department here lanterns were seen along the I '
from ele- I I different stan polnt. During the present season of varied
during I the I
shipments offered the suggestion I
pbale little damage was done to vege-I "Yachts of light draft are continually I Fires, ho Bald, "run wild" In the streets. EverythIng was In such weather conditions, the diseases .

01 f the Atlantic Coast Line t, tables that were killed in the lower course of an address on inland | pouring, each winter lathe piney woods of the state. Ray; style It made one think of a I may be assisted In taking I f

ad at Port Tampa, and offtbosrd lands of the state. waterways before the Florida State. i I state, over one Inadequate water I In literature prepared to educate coming Christmas. It wee the hold of a flock due to Improper

Air Line Railway on II'I Chamber of Commerce at Its annual highway and when they reach Floridians to the necessity Chinese Moon-feast and Mid-Aut I ventilation of houses however, >'"

87, !eland have reached a ew Orlando-Canning factory recently meeting in Tallahassee recently their destination at Palm Beach for fire prevention measures In umn Festival In their feasting! it the ventilation may be correct and
I'i figures just established here In which he urged the development 1 recalled our Thanksiglvlng Day.
Tonnage wooded areas the state forester I I
,. Miami they are forced to I return yet the disease be present. Still
-- --- or
of what he termed the The Chinese 15th of the 8th
,' ...s.- over th" same route says In the average year, forest Uw ould be advisable to look over
-- -
natural highway" of thel{ month Is called i'Tsoong
"great fires destroy $8.000.000 worth of TSIU"--I
"The cruslng grounds of Miami the ventilation and possibly make
state, declaring the time now Isl young growth. Fire "scars" ,develop Middle Autumn On that !: adjustments. Do not have the birdsIn ,
and broughtto
her famous
i w N tV to Play take first made theatricals before all the gods
; ripe for Florida to advantage Into "cat-faces" on merchantable have ,.
the wealth that makes her draft. lly all means keep a
of It. The text of his address follows her timber, he declares and In the temple and burn the "Shang and
clone watch on the flock Isolate

b DGB : the"The"Magic middle City.southern and western are fertile spots for damaging fungi ten"- Inrenae bushel This busellike and treat all birds that show
been done measure is made of Incense
to [ "Nothing greater hag and Insects. i of disease.IIONOIt .
J of the state are entitled
portions ,
I the nor will sticks. The largest; "bushels"
for Florida In past, Mr. Baker also estimates that --- .

e 'Series 1928-29 by be done for It In the future, than to the same opportunity to 97 per cent of the fires are "ma'auked" sometimes measures as much as 20 : HOI.L -Tlllltl) :MO.TItLow
I' display their equally interesting: feet in diameter. In the middleof
highway development."Highways ( and preventable. Only 3
Wynne Fern, son waterways. .It Is possible by comparatively the "bushel" is a long, large
however, are per cent it was stated, are caused First grade: Ralph !Rhodes

'Author of "PRACTICAL AUCTION BJ ]JDCB vided into two classes, and one dl-I moderate expenditure by lightning. Enough young stick of Incense made up of thousands Tommy Hitch Jean Davis, Margaret -

however are to allow those very visitors who Iu of thin incense sticks the Marion UowlinK.I .
_H"W)11&11I equally Important, I growth Is destroyed every yearP'lorlda Pearce,
illWS. by lasle Jr., divided Into two classes, and one I come: In by water on the East Coast 'I!, ) to build 100,000 six-room size of vermicelli On the afternoon Burch Hart Margaret Lowry. Mlm
) to penetrate the wonderful lakes and night of this day each I
Is equally Important as the other. houses!: each containing 16,000 Olive Hay, teacher

ARTICLE[ No. 9 The land highways penetrate rivers and streams of central and board feet of timber, had It been family nlxo burns an Incense bushel Third grade: Billy Long Billy

where land permits Water highways I southern )Florida and to( return allowed to mature, he says. at home. These are smaller. Powell L, O. Jones, Jr., Beatrice.

tithe points ,,which the! writer in this way Y Z must win four odd and focus at cities and towns by Western Florida waterways. I Continuing his warning against than the ones burned In the temple Moseley, Frances Lee Peek, Ruby

rnmu) >ized many times in these. game. throughout the state. They should Likewise a large new Influx of winter forest fires, the state forester On this day they who cato luster, Doris Strickland. Lillian.
a t the necessity of I looking a Note that if the king and a small : cruising parties could come afford eat moon-cakes and all Ileulalt
the hand in hand in their development says: Stump Hostile Vurnes.
over carefully and planning diamond are in one opponent's hand, go the Mississippi and Inland kinds of nice things The (Incense.
Wort playing to the first trick.ilia the game can be saved by dropping, and usefulness as they materially from "Uestroy the 'baby trees' and and frown 1IIsIIIIIlIKe! Middle)on.teal'hE'r. ,
the gulf route to complete their trip there will' be forests. Keep Ire bushel U decorated with flags .
example where player the king on Y's ace. ]In this way the contribute their share to I no
dance to apply this princIple"dadvantage other opponent can win the second the comprehensive transportation In. Florida waters out and nature unaided will grow many-colored dragon-gates something Fourth n: Freda Brown, l- ,I- ,".':

. of it: diamond trick with the jack and lead In the sta(e. The time Is "Water highways. If made possible a crop of timber. as children at home put candles ward Bagwell. Taylor Belcher, Jr., .

H! ti-10,9,7,6,2 the queen of diamonds, thus saving system awaken for utilization, do not conflict 13very Idle acre Is a burden upon on their birthday cakes: but Nina Lee McClellan, Annie Mae ;

Cut/ *-.!Jr 9 game. Lay out the cards placing the I' now ripe for Florida to but aid their sister highways, I the owner and upon soeiet the children in China take the flags McClellan Arthur Swanbom, Krnin '
Pumonds- Q, 10,5 of hearts alone and the king to the greatest of all possibilities\ decorations from ,
: I hard surface roads. Together I There are 10,000,000 idle acres In and dragon-gate; Sloan, Martha Blade Don Slllley
-AQ.7 the
diamonds in through
, ; of alone the
of Its development
queen oppo In. burnt and
I It ,
.., nents' hands and you will easily see use'ot marvelous Inland water they will furnish means, of transportation Florida as a result of forest flres I the bushel before Willie 9 homlll, Miss! Oumwle Man ,

: Y : how the hand works out. and variety of scenery and overcutttiiR./ have great delight In playingwith I nenuett, teacher.

: AB : "'",." highways. has throughout the length and breadth Shelter KHsontliil: these, marching up and down'thestreets. Fourth grade; A, \V. Anderson,

1 z : ". Answer to Problem No. 9 I "No attention by the state ot Florida. And while the only I "Shelter is essential to most wild I !Mae Merserenu. Itertle Mae Ward
heretofore_ been paid to this gteat, why they
3 Hearts- 10, 8, 2 In kind Qt highway hard surface. game; and bird life Forest flrca' I asked aho !Mrs. II. N.IcUae! teacher.
iartt-KJ,8! which nature.
highway, and eat
natural bushel
burn the ]Incense
Clubs to build burn this shelter nests Jewett Jo'uKgIar! -
CtubJ-AQ, 8 9,4.3 'roads coats millions up destroy 1"lr8tl\rlllle:
Diamonds A, K, 6, 3 Diamonds'-9: 8, 6 : distributing an abundance of blessing slight attention for making the water 'CKRS: young quail and turkey, bIdes tha moon-cake, and worship the garet.. lllgglnbothiim./; Ivu Sujip Al-
Spades A, Q, 3, 2 upon Florida has bestowed HO 'I moon with candles. Incense and Ver-
"fBdu-J,4 highways available! will cost many beneficial Insectlvoroui! lie Mae Blade. M. V, Johns

core, rubber game Z dealt and. lavIshly hundreds to build. birds. food on this day. They answered ion Nuttall, Coy Simmons, Juan-

me no trump. A bid two clubs, Yno i A'B t Ii j I "4 map of Florida spread out comparatively hand.In hand-and this "The invaluable fertilizer nitrogen that there are many reasons for'11, Lit Ilarefoot, Wlntou Sumner. Mrs
heart and B passed. Z now : : : before anyone will disclose that Kach goes with / nil many stories are told about It'lOne |I
feature cannot be Incorporated teacher
'; Hitch
all and A Z me to an important
!M no trump, passed! : : line bn the brings Is berausq there
the Alabama of the reasons
: from Klalue I-
the soil If the humus is burned Fifth grade: Fannie
tithe l BIX; of clubs. V played theB ot this discussion. I I
: the deuce and Z the eight, Hearts A, 9, 7,6,4 i I west to the Atlantic Ocean on the "There Is levied gasoline tax i UI), Fire Is one of the factors l II Is n lady-god In the moon Her I. Wynn, Lemur Ward, Loisadd
I Ifor Hald
south She
the east, and the Gulf on. the name Is Zuung-noo. Leo KrtIwardu -
rot had to decide how to play Clubs- 7,5 used In motor boats, which, tend to take the life from James Bum end.
It"as apparent that i if he couldthe Diamonds-A, J, 7, 5,2 I Florida Is Interlaced with the most gasoline that used In automobiles. ( the soil. | to be exceedingly btaullful.t'I'om !I II I Paul Haymond. Miss Eunice

queen of hearts on his right Spades- 10 beautiful waterways In the world, ai well aa fairest. |I "HaiiKe fires perpetuate the undesirable the beginning of lime to the end Perkins, teacher. a .,
I lit the
he could easily win the game I by little attention This gas tax was nor will be one M .
fort No score, rubber game.: Z dealt and that with comnarlttvely that Florida grasses and prohibit the I there never Sixth grade: Myrna Frluk MyraFrln I
his first taxation
the of
sin: jack so try bid heart. A Lid andY made highly usefulas method beautiful as she. She was once LOUM! "
tithe lend of the ten of hearts one one can be for It Is well founded' desirable unt's. thereby preventing k, Helen Mersereau, i
has devised, of
and B passed. Z bid two diamonds another highway system addedto satisfactory ] upon 1time a woman Thornton MIIH
iVihand. B played a low heait. the user of : range cattle from obtaining Snyder Alma
e trey and A won the trick with A passed, Y bid two hearts! and all Florida's present wonderful on the principal that collected fall and winter feed I world; but became displeased wit'er Judd Alice !Must, Annie Murrhee.Kate ,
passed. 1 If f A opened the eight of spades, i that which the money la husband and all the world and
juten.ranowin. how should Z play the hand? highway system. well as the I,I i "Ou unburned laud trees grow : Williams, Donald Mcllae Joe
the position of knotting. aheadIn for Is the causa of as tied to the moon On this 16lh thej I I
forging }Ford Harry
burned land. Woodrow
"Other states are much faster than on rifle( Jr.,
2 held the ace of clubs, beD Solution: Z should finesse the queenof direct beneficiary of the she lied is actod
of why
of the value real story llolllngnworth.Loulsu ,
recognition elpel1dl-I'i defective and James'
JThey not
had been unable to beat the spades and then play the ace, discarding I Is are HO attended Rdwards.:

t But there a theatrical plays
on the first trick. Therefore A the five of clubs. The lead of and usefulness of nature's highway sire. the user | yield a larger percentage bt high- out in the long Kite Mildred tl 1'1 111". Dorothy -
done In
not lead clubs again. His onlyeto the eight of spades by A indicates -water. And all waterways. gross injustice being the |I grade lumber by throngs, ot people Claire Klckllter. !Miss MinnloOruher

- get B in the lead was by the according to the Rule of Eleven, that even west of the Mississippi river, ot the water highway because I Ithe |I "You (destroy the beauty spots of ancient times on the 16th of the teacher.

of a diamond or spade and the he holds the king jack nine, so the or starting with we'll say New gas tax' that he pays now goes to Florida when you burn them black 8th month when they burned the I Seventh grade: Grace Alvarez
play looked the better. finesse of the queen is sure to win. Z construction and maintenance bushel the sweet fragrance,
InceiiHe Peek, IIf II 1'IltllerHe
lead- York City in the East, all do converge and desolate. The tourist seekature's Lola Long, Sinclair
trick three, therefore<< A led the should now be careful not to of land highways. Ills gas tax would go high, up to the moon god I Swan-
J i if he with InconsIderate I garden unharmed by man Prevail Dorothy
He has set and naturally now
t of tpadcs. Should 2 allow the trumps. no suit up should be used for She took pleasure lu it and.
''orome to his hand or should leads trumps at this stage, he is sure to interruptions into the waterways unquestionably Don't drive him away dess. bom.
!iy the ace? This is the deciding get into trouble. At the third trick, of Florida the benefit of the highway that he "Seventy-live per cent of the 'manifested her approval by coming. I I Klghth: grade: Mary Prownlee,

1 m this hand HO note it carefully therefore, Z should lead the six of dia "The Mississippi river and tributaries uses to wit the water hIghway problem' of growing a crop of near earth riding on a cloud an.uuple Liiclllo EdwurclH Iva Forsyth

decide what you would 1 do before monds from Y's hand, win it with ace out like a fan thru "There has been no accurate ascertainment tlmlter In Florida Is to prevent fOI'est ) could see her beautiful face Hope llaynes.

'i further. in his own hand and return the deuce. spread so far as I have been fires" Hut now men's hearts have become grade: HasMle Ilradley,
decision Is boned on a certainty, The opponents are now in the lead thousands of miles of thickly populated able to investigate as to what proportion -----a wicked and the world is full of81n. I I Edwards, Kthollne: White,

t't press If Z plays Y's low spade and Z mur.t allow them to develop the territory from the state of the user of the Incense Is not so pureus Louise i3
B has the will lead club club and northwest to Chicago of the gas tax HE!) w'ILL it.tr roisov so Victor Thomas, Clyde Morgan.
he lead
king, a ) hand. If they a *pade or Montana in the throughthe and it does not rte,
|h Z's ace queen and Z cannot force him to trump: he should lead on the Great Lakes to Pittsburgh the water highway pays NOT ll.\Il.MI-TITO: CHICKS formerly goddess Inher I Tenth grade: Milton Itrownlee.
,me if A has the ace of hearts On another diamond. At no time shouldhe the east thence to New I motor boats, but whatever that HO high; as to reach Jury Overstreet, !Muriel Sllcox, Ha- ,
In Us
other h.mrl. if Z plays the ace .of lead trumps. Gulf Into the proportion Is certainly the water The control of rats in poultry palace and so, not enjoying I II chel Sllcox, Hazel White, IlutliWlliams. "
'i at trick three from Y's hand Orleans aloug the benefit I I she comes' no more qnthe '
highway should be given the establishments: Is usually of grewnportunce fragrance ,
.then leads a heart he is sure to go Answer to Problem No 10 many wonderful waterways ot In making this other highway, I as the abundance of I, clouds; but people still offer I Eleventh grade: Louise Hayes .,
nomatter where the of hearts Florida. Some of these beautiful will
ace West she appear '
and hope "
:r playing the hand in this way, Z Hearts-9-7, 5,2 rivers stretch from Georgia]; useful to the men who pays that feeilin poultry runs almost invariably | Incense I I Kvii: Marrotte, Edna Stanuburg. "

awe! two club tricks three heart Clubs-8 of the tax I I attracts large numbers ofruts sometime. Lester Sponholtx lluzoj UnderliJII.:
and proportion b
K 9 8 7 6 5 2 through Florida into the Gulf the moon this
Diamonds In
Q that
(. one spade trick and at leant , "The present highway department I which cause serious losses They say Twelfth ''grade: Edna Strick
Spades-none others arise! In Florida to flow into most beautiful castle. '
diamond[ : I has a
tricks-or nine in all of the state of Florida should among the chickens. The question land. '
frequently, in the play of a hand, the Gulf the development la at times raised as to whether It is called the "YuihKoong"Moon ,

"t like this will arise, where awary : Y : "These are natural highways have two functions highwayand ; or not red nqulll, the rat poison Moon Only one human Tit AIX !;(IIIJ: >>>t'Ml: ,
oA surface .
B hard
finesse will v : desiring of the Once,
a and others
prevent useful to tourist becoming commonly used lasuch I has ever seen Its -
t from scoring game. Learn to Z : methodof the development of the water now a ChInese December 2nd ourschedule \
' I to use this particular derived is harmful to the poul. during the Dong Dynasty Effective
your tricks and size monies
I at the t first trick. If you team up your this, Hearts-A, 8 I r transportation into and through highway, and from the automobiles and try. A number of tests have been. king, called Ming Wong, bythe changes; and trains will '
We lesson, you will win many a Clubs- K, 10,9,6,5,2Diamonds FlorIda: from gas vehicles shouldbe made In the laboratory and in the Magic of a holy monk was enabled run as follows: .Ji

'and rubber not otherwise possible. none "The western portion of the other land motor and field by the Biological Survey ofthe to mount up from tho earth

Hollowing solutions the prob- Spades KQ.J,8,7, state with Its wonderful waterways applied to the construction United States Department of to I the'Moon Castle to hear the music lA.ral.No .

Oven in the preceding article are No score, rubber game. Z dealt and needs attention from all ofthe maintenance of the highways that Agriculture and others to determine I and see its beauty. He was allowed 1 southbound, due Starko,
fP pl.lof the way mod players bid heart Y bid automobiles use, and the tax derived only avery J
bid one club, A one people of Florida and with of adult to stand outside for 11.22 p. m.
pay the effect red squill on
;' interesting hands, so study two diamonds and B passed Z bid trouble and very little from the user of the water few minutes. fly that timethe !: No. 11 southbound, due SUrke
orefully. very chickens and to the present
two spades and A bid three hearts be made highways should be applied to the I up knew that the king ofman 11.18 a. m, i
comparative expense may time no record of adult poultry; goddess
What should Y do of, due Starke
Answer to Problem No. western construction and maintenance She was very angry No. 2 northbound 1 1G.
8 III re-Introducing there
Solution: Y should double three I available harmed with squill has been received. was "
boat ,
i hearts. The bidding should indicate a I and middle Florida to the peopleof the. highways that the motor These tests Included Inone at the monk for leading theking 35 a. m. due Starke !I r

:117,37,6,1 big two-suiter in Z's hand and as Y I the United States by means of uses. case two hens fed on a 10 percent to her holy land. Soon from No. 12 northbound "

)iamonde.A 8,5 holds the diamonds, how can A make water highway. Starting from "We then will have by this concentration of red-squill the Castle came most unpleasant 3.OH p. m.
nine tricks? It should also be apparent a transportation understoodthat J.lmlt4'tl.
comprehensive monk
New York City on the East congress means rat bait to the exclusion of all other sounds. The '
in diamonds due Starke,
odes7,3Y that Y cannot score game throughout vent No. 3, southbound,
of highways giving
: unless Z can five him at least one is already engaged In openIng system food for a period of six weeks, It was the queen's
functioned ledthe 9.50 a. m.
: A Bs: r assist. If all pass the three heart double, up the wonderful Inland passage the state all being ofthe without apparent Injury.Ne to her wrath and he quickly No. 107 southbound due Starke,

: Z I II Y should open the eight of clubs. : from New York to Key West' under the highway department experiments however hadbeen king back to earth. ,1

s Played in this way, A's three-heart bid and In a short while the dreamthose state. This will not create made to determine the effect You can thus see how full of superstition 1:20 p. m.southbound due Starke,
K will be defeated two tricks. On the highways new department or commission chicks until the Chinese are and how No.
water any baby
who love the of red squill on
I lust 9, 8, 5 other hand, '(if Y should bid four diamonds of will simply be a means they need the Gospel and ::06p.m. 'V .
and much
he will fail to make his bid by will be realized by the completion a recent investigation No.4. northbound due Starke, j'

..lamonds-9 7 4, ::1 one trick., Note that Z's opening bid of a splendid Inland highway of aiding and making available agreat ,.)'by a member of the Biological Survey Jesus Christ that they may see thertial 8:49: p. m.
..de.-lO 8 ( and live
its of one club, rather than one spade, is leading from New York toKey highway's system that naturally staff In co-operation with the King In Ills beauty No. 198! northbound, due Starke
rubber game. Z dealt and made to indicate to his partner that permeates and runs thruout North Carolina State College Experiment forever In His glorious palace onHigh. I
'heart West. 6
Io.-u and. A all bid one spade/ Y bid his. club suit ii the longer. Modern "Starting from Jacksonville withthe the state of Florida. Station. In a series of \ It's a ]joy to teach Chinese : 45p.m"Hlurki nnd WannM '

':wig of spades passed.and play the bidding indication prefers of this cards information and shorter to suits.an wonderful St. Johns river allits "That thought If carried outalso feeding teats baby chicks from 5 children of Jesus and His salvation No. 1 0 1 leaven Starke 9:00: a, nvNo. ; 7 1

"dub.. How .hould Z the top tributaries lead down to somewhere will not create any new system to 18 days old were fed varying while young.A 102 arrives Starke 4:40 p, m.
*tto" that he will have the best Answer to Problem No. 11 near Titusvllle or at Lake of taxation or Increase taxation quantities of 10 per cent powdered I Merry Christmas and a Itessed T. J, Grlffln agent.
make four odd? I with standard New Year to you and -
mixed a
red squill ---
across It will simply -
.insetta, where distance in the slighest. I
There is Hearts-J
r: only one that
way formula In all experiments ones.Yours.
i ?e ?ame)a this hand and Clubs-A, 8, 5. 4 to Cocoa not navigable by wateronly round out Florida's) development chick-feed In China's glad service

II,by finding the lone queen ofI Diamonds K, Q, 8, 7, SSpadelA la one and one-half miles. |. from the Alabama line to the chicks. showed a distinct H. O. C. Hallock. COFFINS & CASKETSnd .

I '"one hand and the king queen, J, 2 From the St. Johns river there | Atlantic Ocean, and from the Atlantic preference for feed that did not (HeY) I a Full Lint ofUndertakers' i'

.*atnbut10onof in one hand. With branches the Ocklawaha river, a Ocean to the Gulf of Mexi contain squill powder. It wallfound Jfjojf\HJoH: : AM IHH- |I
cards it is possible I Y that chicks are not likely toept 1
with beautiful Florida accessible POfl.TllY '
7 a game ,! marvelous highway co. It will make OftUFIIS: OP I Supplies
: by the following play: : A B : I enough/ feed composed of 10per

ICe Itr i of winning, the third trick with I ,Z iheartsA,8,4 t scenery,' leading the higway traveler by another highway system cent squill In 1, 2, or 3 feedIngs ;;:; I AUTOMOBILE HEARSE I
cuba Z should lead the ace ? thereon into Lake Griffin, 1 from practically one end to the when'given Several rep-or trouble with I

*, It the queen fall., as it must ":o.i xClubsQ. thence Into Lake Kuatis, LakeDora er. thereby Introducing to the visitor : to cause death, even poultry have come in the office ofthe AHran M ....L Tk. k... ..MtnH ,
*a to be to the exclusion of 'otherfeed. ..... ..-.. ,
won Z should lead tit. .wI
Apopka to
a principally
Ita J, 9, 2 Lake Deauclalr, Lake to the tourist and even county agent, and .
??and win the trick in hand and that a high mortality Is ....... t. t l inch cr.
,u Y's Diamonds- 6 (now non- Florida by the disorders are ropu andmore t
ten from which the distance Floridians themselves j jmeans feed among BJCGJBTKRKD: CMBALMJCB '/0
, r hearts. Y should now 10 7,4 I I not likely to occur when squill --------- --- -"
Q lotoLake
Ie Spades-K, Is inconsiderate of another transportation "
'Crf oft' and trump in navigable) to vigorous chicks forftve Is'taken DEWITT C. JONES
Is exposed feed and care
t Y Z 1J A B -0. rubber KIs- I palatable
jfi'tl' he eight of hearts. Z Score, ; Tobopeakallga and Lake and highway 'lItem-tho most interesting when other '
days .
Z dealt and bid one spade. Aand consecutive ; to prevent them from feeding u
lead the ten of spades. game. thence Into the Klaslmmee and picturesque one of STARKE, FLA.
slmmee Sincechicks
and B bid two hearts. ; feed Is obtainable. fortelgbt '
hand of Y passed palatable on squill for more than )-
with the sixshould
Z bid two spades and A and Y passed. river Into Lake .Okeechobee all show a distinct dislike forredquill hours. ,

,&lid, mp in now Z's lead hand the with jack the of B bid three hearts and Z and A passed out through the St. Lucie cana"Into i "Engineers have been consulted powder and since it Is w' ''n=L .

If Y bid three spades, B and Z passed the Indian river or ai thehighway In relation to making these wonderful not highly toxic to them It maybe ---

L 1'.and V's hands are now void and A doubled.All passed and A openedthe user may determine intothe water highways from thewest used with safety., a rat poison i>

'IlIad'nd? clubs-9 Z has the king of the ace.nine How of hearts should which he plan Z won the with play Caloosahatchee river and outInto : east, and the south available.( In places accessible to chicks : We can cb rge your

Ads ?.thef J' ,7 7,of 4.hearts 2 of diamonds.and the of the hand? the Gulf at Fort Myers. for continuous transportation purposes If they are well supplied by other YES 8 HRS

WrfH "Let us Introduce Florida to tbeUnited and the expense as calculated. :
sit of diamonds
lead the ,
C wonds. Z should now lead Z should visited bymeans STORAGE BATTERY InSmith's oStarks ;
distinctively of being
..'.comparedto Its opportunity
ia a diamonds and win the playing Y's queen unless A plays thace. States over a Ia Inconsiderate,

"iI4 1"S hand with the ace. Y It is vitally important for Z toset new, but yet old highway sys any other alone the line of of another kind of highway

l.l:T.lea 1 the five of diamonds up the diamond suit before Y's'hand tem-the wonderful waterways oftbl. transportation problems. It willopen Through this means a new era will .

fc king! queen of diamonds is out of trumps to be used for s state. up vast stretches of countryto be opened up In the future development -

rtter A'a or B's hand, the entries to the diamonds. He mint figure Florida by means of
r A's hand and "As the matter now stands, the to incoming visitor and tourist of
f cond: diamond trick at: least four a..les Garage
,-;either a club r spade. Z should prepare t.yJ'scard: heart rather visitor who travels) the' water I that up to the present time hasnever two-fold highway system of PIa.

":nmPshis trick !In his own hand than trump theAO. I[le can take the club highways of Florida sees only the had Its share of 'notice, nor transportation,"

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here have little Idea how long the went. Twenty-five years ago poop lo' Dear Santa Clause .. lltt!eDrownle S. J )1.o'ln: Starke, Fla. :J. months ( 1 R-
Telegraph winter evenings or how short the who drove trams thought the al1- I hear you and your Key MI ,
Bradford Couftty. the radio. I like i to ) H i 1
nights in the northern tomoblle was a men nuisance and on the .Ii,
Main ,,
summer all. I am to tell you WJilte Spring, Fla.'Dec.. 12, lOa sti'
Estab1if'\1 ec11Bi7F states are.-Palm Beach Independ- a passing fad, but It wasn't The you terday morim,_ 11Yr
'\ I want
world does move, and It ban little what I want for.Chrlatmas. Dear Santa Claus; ,I.
1 j ent and a Terence of tin,
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: carriage
-- -- -0- regard for those who get In I It. a big pretty doll IJello( Santa! I guess you will the I 'p

Published Weekly on F d'S; 'iU1d, ntered as Second Class Dr. W. A. McKenzle In the way when It wants to move,.--A doll and a bicycle Jf you will set bring and soon begin coming to see all the of deacons fecommt-i" .,!,ls t:,', I ',.
: I'ost'Omce *t Starke, Florida Lee burg Commercial says: "Ivy cadla Arcadian. me one a good little boys and girls. I an chairman Um \ J b.
at the
!Matter that the democratic croquet set. a title boy that lives in Whit
C Johnson says 0--
'F' E. S. Matthews.____________ __._____Owner and Publish and republican parties are River Sink or Sinking river Is a """" Your little friend, Splngs, Jo la. 1 go to school and this soclate Rev to!Mr the JlIIi',,,, ., ",\, d e

Managing Editor like twins-you no sooner get on8 water I to Martlle Hemingway. is my first term, and I sure like i 1111 "'' tu' rh,
t Robinson ___________, ,"" ........------- most wonderful body of I the Rerv I L ,'
J. C. -
' the other l Is wAnd teacher. ,
than my '
.. of them dry Wakulla Count
? .. the
r i __ J. '- say I years ago. and .
I ?
.. --- nearly alike that Santa, I want.you to bring me a hear
they're so tfte hills ot
News. Rising In red Dec. 17, 1928. the people both he
: the W. C. T, U, had to pin a white Leon county the river flows toward Starke, drum.air rifle, a train, and a bl i ?' ?'? ''It .
Claus: abllln\ ,, hestanding
In Advance ." Dear Santa i ?
I I Yearly, $1.50; Six MonthsTScayable; :: ribbon upon one to tell 'em apes the Gulf of Mexico until it reach) How are you today Sant cycle. his personality' \ ,um '
Rate's ...Application.. ----0It --- Wakulla' county, then it sinks dollhouse With lots of love.i i i
Advertising on near please send me a doll and a declared. HI\ uuSnlmouacall,
tl I ..-- - looks to a man up a tree that: into the ground and flows beneat and a tricycle. I hare a J. C. Terrell Jr. but an expression 'of f J.:

Old stuff-Shop early. IA lit, v...., > the best thing that a two party}o'lor- the surface of the earth for a number little brother, he wants a klddlcar ".'. ,. It wall with great reluctance esteem
bring to "
state situation can Christmas, Eve
of miles, when It again appeal little train. the church
G' '. r++- of the Demo. and a acquiesced |nceptance hi
I t : Ida Is the abolition and flows for several hundre dear Santa Clau of the

Merry Christmas tot all.,inq Y''r);'' cratlc primary. Back to the convention yards through a large sin] for J these thank presents.you Christmas Eve!; will soon be here, Lauderdale it was pastorate staled i at

!loto. method' of selecting can- Through a series of these sinks one i With shoots of Joy and good cheer,, Rev Mr Hansen (
all :Mildred ThlgpetBox i 18 a ,
spirit dldates would Bare expense the of Kakull of nice toys, gr
the Christmas can trace source And various.kinds of Dea Moines
of sptsits..to'get '' 13, university
need the and
-You have no around and Florida ripe i In'
_. Springs from the stream rising For you my nice girls and boys. !Inary and of the I'l1lverslt
Johnson. ,
Q where it burst
i Leon county to Florida.

The airmailit is said to be somewhat faster than pamaili Wise words, Ivy.-Palm Beach Independent torth'at the rate ot 300,000 gallons Starke Fla., Dec. .14, 1928. Soon Santa will I come down His wife and vHnft eon. h

.Iti o of water per minute, formin Santa Claus: Every Chimney' this town, made a host of rrlend* [,

,of' a stuttering talking ---- o-i of a large river to the gulf, the New I have no father. I hope you wll\: To .leave you some nice toys, former stay In .la.'ksoiivli lIurlng].. f
:, We are awaiting the < coming Mrs Iva Townsend Sprinkle say There Is also a big sink I In think of me this Christmas. Which I'm sure you will enjoy. added.
Ocala owns several very creditable 'Bradford Brooker and Melba Anders.
movie. county near Charles Fender. ....
of I the
this section
+ ... ...-0---. newspapers In oti In Alachua county there are ai firths
d; I }i y forest fires and scrub cattle will 1 II Iri be I state. She-Is a businesswomanno and has recently i number of these wonders of nt Starke, Fla. Dec., 18, 1928,' nr.v. IIA.NSKX CALLED: Mr. and Mr recd )R
small ability,
the come i underground'
In -
years Including Santa Claus:
i ture, Dear
? I superintendent .of I TO JACKSONVILLE) Starke girl Dee 1 l':
unknown. been elected as era and limestone cave-Tlmei We have tried to be very good
practically Mr. and Mrs ,
Oscm <
Instruction for Marlon county garter: ,
I \ public to bring -
; i Q in ii i i i p i Union. this year and we want you ;
11 tey, boy, Dec. IB
i showing the faith which 1 the The many Starke friends of Rev
1 S Orlando prohibition chief wishes the people of his district people, of the county hold In her.- -0 us two pretty hair dolls and, the one other with yel one Thomas Hansen, a formerpastor Mr. and Mrs Leon Co
low curly
} Dunnellon Truth ,,IUST.'I.l"1'4' IKTTiitS: : here will be Interest rd in the Starke boy, Dec I
Christmas. I'' hair two
i "avery, very dry with article below which appeared ,In Mr and Mrs N B Oeet,
r -oTransparent ---- sets and one blue tea set, i I a
: -----0-- Starke, Fla., Dec. 19, 192E Monday's-Times-Unioh, as follows: dleburg, girl Dec n,
to the silk as strongmen as and some handker
For the friend in other sections, a subscription Isl Dear Santa: toy Two pastors were called for Mr. and Mrs Lewis PI
be produced
t, Is soon to I want a big doll that has long, chiefs. churches In Jacksonville Sampson City girl Dec. U
i will be appropriate about posalbll1t1ea.I .- Sincerely, Baptist
Telegraph l itated. Talk '
P i ; : :furls and has a bonnet on her yesterday when Dr. Harold W. Ruby LoRan, (colored), S
'f -p- I Times-Union. As ,what 1-Tampa lead, aud I want a plaited .sklr Juanita and. Sara Barefoot. Tribble. professor at the South girl Dec'. 18
'I t animal. He's Tribune. You need not worry a
College professor says man is'a slow passing with sweater to match and I wan Baptist Theological Seminary, Mr. add Mrs. Wade Brjai
about the possibilities-they always Starke, Fla. Dee. 17, 1928 ern
his wife said about him. two silk handkerchiefs, one blue : unanimously Starke Dec. 18.
world what Louisville Ky., was
on to the wear something opaque t under Dear Santa Claus: ;
., and one of the First Baptist '- -. --
I called pastor
old as
--pt --- the transparencies.- pink.Yours I'm a little girl eight years
1 t beat this: Green and Brown 1 at Beach Independent, Shame on'' very and I'm going to tell you what I church, and the Rev. Thomas Melbourne--Contracts will
combinations Vera Claire Robinson:
For color of the First Bap- soon for building new Crane
Hansen. pastor
been Xmas.
you, Uncle Den; you have want you to bring me for
Brooker are putting up red syrup in white bottles. teeklng.) -Starke Telegraph.. PeekIng Starke-Fla., Dec.. 14th, 192: "Santa," please bring me, a nev tist church at Fort Lauderdale, bridge.
o la not necessary.-Palm. Beach dress, a pair of socks box of ban was called to the co-pastorate

Plant City Courier has installed a Goss Comet press. The Independent. Santa Dear Clause Santa Claus, I have nether. < dkerchtafs: 'a bugle' ; ": a. ball am The selection a street' Baptist ot Dr.\ ,Tribble church.as -
doll that aays"Mama"
I a Courier is one of the finest papers in the semi-weekly field. From all-o Indications-- members I hope you will think ono some jacks and and goes a to sleep. Also pastor of the First church\ followed -

r 0 O- of) the Florida legislature are i ing go- thin Christmas. Anders. bring me some fruit nuts, am a report of the committee yesterday -

Dade City auctioned off,' Its first quart of strawberries to have their work cut out 1 tor Thelma candy, and low, of other good I morning at the regular ser Merry Christ
and May. If they Santa Clam. vice. Dr. Tribble is a young man
them next April to eatIiye'flye
i' for $58.35.At. _that price we'd prefer: the cash to eating ber: ;, >>am 'all the good legislation I beIng Starke, Fla.., Dec. 12, 1928. things Your little friend. In the service and is said to be especiallY -
Dear Santa Claus:
they -won't have alty Doris Strickland. talented in the leadershipof
ries. suggested
t I will 'write you a little letter to work. lie has Simmons Watch Cha
waste tool bills, thou' young people's
!, -0 line to on ban
tried real
be some hili lay that have Fla. Dec. 17, 1928. held his present position for some
friend for here will probably Starke. ,
Among other things you should not give a to be good and I want you to himself in
has qualified
foolIng and
b niles In the bunch bent on Dear Santa Clans years:
t Christmas is a 1928 auto tag., I away'their time that way- >sl.ase bring me,a doll and There a doll I Is) ,I am a 11 tie boy. J am six yean)I every: way to assume the responsible -
.. :arriage for Christmas. school 'Miss Olive Ism I position) as pastor of Jackonvllle's -
0 I Ocala have aid. I go to : Cut Glass
ots ot things I would like to Baptist church, it
f with sock to hang up at Christmas i is ---a- anything teacher. 'oldest
The only editor a jut I will be happy over
hY If you are having trouble 1 figuring Santa I think I've been prettj)! was decided. Wrist Watches

j {;i, the one whose birthday comes shortly before the holidays. how to make a small Christmas you bring don't me. forget to come tieo good all this year. Please brlntne !: Definite information relative to

t M O gift fund cover a large gltt Please little friend. some toys. I want a real red I the new pastor coming to Jacksonville Pocket Watch

? Ford a popular*priced plane is in view. The \tat, you will be able to sympath! : your Margaret Albertson. into and some fireworks. I would I will be forthcoming within
Henry says with Governor-elect Carlton who Ike to have a mule, but I haven'); the near future, Mr Williams an- Neck Chains
only popular plane with some people ,will be one that cannc the proposition of take I nounced.
a. Is up against Fla. Dec. 16, 1928. a L stable for him. So you can
get off the ground. \ trying ,to make 600 or 700 sott Dear Hampton Santa Claus:, him to another little boy. 1 would I The First Baptist church has Silver Ware

political jobs'' satisfy about 60- Ike B. B. gun too. I hope you I been without a pastor for sometime
-0t --- too,
---- I will write you, a letter so< of the Rev,
000 people, each one of whoinglehanded will have a merry Christmas, Sana. : since resignation Cuff Butto
is bein
their business what to bring
complain hat will know !
Near-beer manufacturers, and alone, was I reo you Len G. Broughton. and the Rev

hurt by the huge sale of malt Beer lovers must believe i in possible for his election.adla. .- to I my want house a wrist for me.watch and lots ot, Lots of love, Henry W. Battle has filled the po- Clocks

the home industry. Arcadian.
patronizing etc.
fruit, nuts, trinkets --- -
Lake City has passed an ordinance ) -

; Some newspapers are still:trying to e 3ct a chairman of requiring Itinerant saleamrho Grace Adktns. ,C, WALLINSURANCE
;: --
s the state road department if on'Governor Carlton. The usua collect money to furnish a 1 Starke, Fla., Dec. 17, 1928. i ,

I I procedure is for the board members to elect their own chair erformance bond of $500, The Dear Santa Claus: watch repairing, itacles i 81
that -
a ; bond Is to guarantee promIses I Fine
I cannot write good am gong
man. 116.-1 ''ajlo1e11, and statements made by the ,
to do'm, beat. I want you tc fra
carried out. It's i an STARVE, 1PLORIDA l repairing,
-r HUfcp: ( > {1'- tlesmen are ring'me' a' wig for my doll and c j '

..J t Window shopping is lotaoof-fun- these nights with the rdlnance that should,be Reputat passed by rlcycfe for me too. I surely woulde I Represents the Host trending, Insurance Companies temples. Good

windows full of seasonable rticJes, and you wondering jus concerns very Florida do not city object to It; In glad If you' would do It.you I .willS !I I TIRE. ACCIDENT, LIFE...{1UTOMOBILE, BOND. LIABILITY screws

which of the display will hd. :in 3lvtwt tock or stocking Christ Cact, some of them require bonds In Tallahassee. Nettle I love Dowling, I ADJUSTMENTS MADE l'npIP'JL; : viceat reasonable; price;

..... of salesmen for the protection of I ..
morning. unnlimYlllenmmWo ,; ''''' .. -
mas -o name.--Ocala Star. :jINmNA/HMmAWAmYIalAR11111tAlIIYIIIlA1nYWlY! ,, "mmsetmxWnYmtlenWnmlmumllW,,,,, !!'!!!! !!, .IIII"'III".lIIlnullnllm""IIIUIIII' .
their good
Fla., Dec. 19, 1928.
Starke. .
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With the opening day./oftjtb (482Q legislature but a few It Is worth ''five cents to drlv'eover --- -.-- --------- -------:--'- -'-':' .- i1 ,L' '' Wm.J.IliffeStarke

otty4 why the Tallahassee from twelve to twenty miles : I
weeks off, members of that;, \ urs-wondering: ,
1 of C hard surfaced roadsT Let those .
t9 t Daily Democrat write*_ .e
', of Tallahassee." hwbewi: P ,u r} mud five years ago answer .thls

M, t before they complain ,
: question
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Eustis' Lake Region sav&4he-Lake City highway will soon ever about occurred the gasoline to you tax.to figure Had It'I tout I

be dubbed "death row." Andtjudging from the number of! 'I In this manner? Tallaha! I
i I
liquor seizures in Lake City-j hatitpwn} will never be known as lIee State News. We figured before ,,'; FLORIDGainesville's
I t there were any roads or ta .;,
the "bootleggers' refuge. oI ( -- -
but we thinkor It
F either, Charlie; DeLut:
I .4 > policy to ride a free fltvvi ; I .

I. Tampa Tribune asks "undeKvjust: } what circumstances is to i pieces and think it bad polUi yto TheatreSI'ECIAL

!? I i tax gasoline for any purpoi
an officer authorized to kill a prisoner" attemnting to escape but road building. Palm fleas h CHRISTM

If the prisoner escapes the officer is blamed; if he is killed ir Independent,

{ I the attempt by the officer, he is.blaroed. _nOver Searched the Field and'Recommend WEEK PROGRAMON
'i In Tampa the people are 'We've ,

L o wing a grand row over the que I MON., TUES., WED
The matter of a landing field for Starke should be againtaken : tlon of whether there should bedancea
the New Line of R. C. A.
up and not dropped untilat.is ready for planes. It will'1 in the school houses. with.gout II TRIALWith

'the chart and that alone is discussing the right or wron
: be listed on National Airways- '
r'' 1 controversy, the opponent I'
ot the Radiolas
worth more than it will cost to establish a field. to the dancing may as well devotetheir ,

i A 0 energies to something elBe, ,_ -- I !.

in home this Christmas, tilrty\ years ago the poop; PAULINE FREDEKl
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I the sale 'or buying of Christmas greens which has been er 1 get along without It, but 11I ;,
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ICJ of the Leesburg Commercial, contributing to a number Notice to Automobile I I.. suited to every type of operation, and every OlTAPElOPRESE

.of Florida papers, sprunga spelling contest in one paragraph -
In of
for the benefit of "proud spelling friends." So far not I Owners reception requirement. simplicity opera- I 'TATIOS

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t a single paper has published the sentence without one or more I ; PLUS

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Starke Telegraph thinks an an- --0- that date. Secure your tags ,

t tt onymous letter writer Is a cross between I The prevailing theory of to how met U early and avoid the rush. :" LET US DEMONSTRATE OF In AFF.-\ ,
a skunk and a Jackass. Why bring peace and good-will i. COME IN AND :

e pick on the skunks and jackasses I on Cbistmas day, is to overworl Tags issued to residents of e, LIBERAL TERMS
; _Tlme -Unlon. 'the store and postoffice people ao .,: SATURDAYLANDOFTHESlLV
Y, o as to handle merchandise within Bradford and all other coun- .
could just as well ,
a few day that
till' Three i.u. In Sanford beat up a '
have been selected and sent weeks ties. s FOX
stockings : : 7'
l t+ i hosiery before.-Plant City Enterprise. SMITH With
were guaranteed runless, but the
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1 r hosiery salesman ran away and the Margaret Long RIN TIN
l i A week from today U the shortest -
vl ;, three men were run day in the year, and then after State Distributing.Agent STARKE, FLORIDA
?1'/g Lake Region. wabbling uncertainly for a few
.... -.p
i M morning days the sun will start back north -
After what we saw this
i 21. But we people down
does for June
about why
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