Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/02365
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 28, 1928
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:02365
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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l1lI TO BE SCARCE( Hoover

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/4 23.-lndlra.1 All formalities preceding the
"Preliminary plans tor a concerted 23.-Inire UHtlng of Florida's electoral college -

Years effort to 'get better, rail rates I vole fur> Piesldent-elert Herbert *' f
Close Now of Starke will on shipments of vegetables fnFlorida throughout the state in forest con Hoover were disposed of herewith 4 I }
filet. two bangs will be I lIel''allolI1nd rehabilitation plans, i
day next Tues- to northern states + the signing! by Governor John
New Year's conference of vegetable 0 H, Coulter,,assistant"', to the state "
closed during made at a \V Martin of certificates/\ of else
Irt-and' will remain Saturday I T'r forester In charge of seed production \ ((4J
of the Insti- growers and shippers I lion for the six presidential electors -
Cons:, Customers this in mind morning at 10 o'clock at Orlan( .). I[ t'i I ; 5 has found available seed for ot the Republican party/ of s' '
; should keep banking buslon The conference was called by J. I the replanting at clash pine 1 beds the state ;
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sad attend Curtis Robinson; secretary-man to ho scarce articles. I IMf The rppnhllrnti electors for

J18! Monday...-'-- ager of the Growers and Shippers Coulter was In the city yesterday I whom Florida' voters nisi the +

Homo-- Completed league. I conferring with H. Ilryan majority ballot are:: Kdwlu);. W. Abbott v

tiTBtxTtr"Finishing touches have been The present move Is based on Jennings, local attorney and president of Mclboimio.( 1 I Fla.; hart

to the modern hew home the failure of vegetable men to i of the Florida Hoard of Forestry Leigh t Acker, of Ocala. : Robert I).

made!! ncted on Walnut street for ceive any, benefit from the dee I'e.// lie came hero from Hulford! Aldrich, llrndfiiton.; (leorgo S.

run Bat:-: *Bternberg by Smith & Thompwa I ion of the interstate commer where at the State Prison Farm Amp, ltiiiir.t: ; Herbert L. Aiulor- yea;

contractors, of Gainesville. commission last summer w hi tho state board Is developing a non, Jacknonvllk, anil Katharine
!! Kugllsh type home Is one of gave cftrus, interests of Florida a I, nursery IlIdII'! Coulter Is supervlHlnK K. AiiRhernuii: of Fort Lauderdale,

Ills! beautiful homes to be found in ,I decrease in rates amounting to I the planting of sixty Hfty- the one woman of (he delegation: }

te Stare and I lit a credit to both owner about $1,000,000 a year, effective | jTh1.S)4 foot mu'd beds In connection tliero I Kncli: of the electors will receive

Mil builders. last Nov, 9. II with.A. certificates showing t their election,
----. --.---- In the four.-year fight made by'' large; number of prIVate heed which will entitle them to go to

JIIP.'ay Market to AlovP the league on behalf of 'growers ] i bods liave been planted, particularly I TallahaxHO and cast their vote for a

Tie Highway Market will oc- and shippers; which resulted in I' WI lu the western part of the Mr. Hoover. ( }

tiP! its new quarters on Call victory for citrus men evidence bite, Mr. Coulter rt>l.ol'Un'l'he\ I The fluul\ formality namely actual ,
trwt la the former CorpenirDrug was taken on vegetable shipments ; largest of these beds lit 250 I It fuel casting of the votes for tho

Store building as' soon as the as well as fruit movements. The j j'' LIV la, leiiKth The averages/; however, [ 'resident-elecl, will take place In I't' s

i-ootractora complete the work now commission': however, postponedany .e Bd 4 f I fifty feet, and from such a TalluhiiBHen on the first ednoN-- "
uoJer way The building has been' ruling affecting vegetables i planting. with 1lItUe cure '! day lit January which will bo tho

,lenndeled and the interior replas- pending a study ,of weights'egetable otj -Ir : ; r -ci within a year's time 7,000' slash suI1l1 day of Unit month. ,
lead and painted. Mr. Edwardswill shipments. pine seedlings/; would bo ready' .for 'Cweek __.-- r

carry in addition a complete to line his of line groceries of To Discuss halesThe I-. transplanting.Private seed beds In this( section '- Rule For ,
matter to be discussed
principal of the state art near Lake+
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meat "tulwith
-- m--. Saturday will h ave kinds'' City, al Penney> Farms ,and at (,he Students StandsFlorida
weights of the different
Lands Company
Durham Tropical
aex Family' W. E. White of ot vegetables as shipped and ,a near Green Covo Spring, J. J. Lognn '
) preliminary plan to be followed ill and \ public school tearhernand 'r?
in realtor-farmer
located local
Virginia, have recently : who left the state overtho
the case to' the com pupils
presenting Jacksonville Heal
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the of
Stirke and are occpylng president Christmas holidays cannot reenter -
1 Mr. mission. Hoard, contemplates the
street. } state
on Cherry another +
leD cottage \ the class rooms for
While Is an experienced cabinetmaker Vegetable men may agree to >lol-! 1 planting of u seed bud, Mr. Coul.tel' two weeks, according to state
and upholsterer and will low vegetable tariff scedules fti> / said. health'l1ulhorlllt'H.
household articles. in Louisiana, which are belIef .
and repair any
fall whonan
make The ruling made last
lie has named his place of d to, be not wholly' .satlsfatJT I Wave Length Is epldnmla. of Infantile paralysis a#

business the Craftsman Shop and tor>', especially applied to FIor*> j' wan abroad oonllnuos In effect, it t tax

will be equipped to handle I the ida or they may request a detailed: Bringing Protests announced, 1111.1111 view! of tho r
of Florida shipments as ttt>.
smaller typeIx study
building of any of the I fart t that It wu\ made permanent
tk: found on our lakes. basis for a decision by the commission. .---.- \ the time, and that all teachers
at t
I It had been proposed that. WuHhlngton, Dec :2!'l 1... tO'dafean } lI\- It should, to r
!) Informed
0M'alnj| Drug (Stove* an investigation committee .om-: 1 II U A- (Utica of pit(! ,(fvt''QI.t ,(nut pupil wero tmrdxhlps on {

Th' B"rvlce Drug Store, fortner- | need of a'reprenentatlves of the i Florida district ronf.l'riWMlwlhHon. }, I work no purtlonlHr r

/I. B ill,vr's Pharmacy, opens 1 for, '! commission: one from the Florida I' J Eugene O. My ken, tlldlo frommlxHloner iiuiyoiif) Involved.... .-.- ,
Saturday morning ac- and one representing a..lIlh"I1't1titru' t i >in> vegetable industry 1iiLL j for the : '
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""rU.1 i : announcement made by railroads, be put in the ( (inn. rc-lallvo, to ?"'curlnit'' !" more I"WIII.SUiIl'r r

I" maher, John J. Cauova yes- I I field here \Q, weigh cars, and that j y < 'Itlcrutluu fur: tUu:. tnto grulvc'rsty .114 ri.\v.\ .' .

v I J. The entire stout! hasbeen this be made the basis of an /appeal .. .. ( : audio station Will' atCalncovlllo. I "Her Com f''
\i' i' and with the new stockiki's ; for better rates Such a commission : Florida. He drought Tim! thrpH-at 'olUmly"
'" : : one of the mot com- would have\ to be in.. 'the : of thx'commlsHltu- )panlonatn Mnrrtnn/ which was to
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ki ot drugs and sundries entire season, it Is su'.dI : which now xlntN
".1: Held for an '. I i fir the conflict: Hoht. F''
,tlon Mr Canova is ut and therefore vegetable men probably I'1 hutw11VlttlJo' nod. WLAC utKaiilivllltf | under the direction of n(
ntoil' tonight -
'.,,1 t manager and a reglaterictst. I would have to watt until season To mi., l pointing out tothe litjinoroHlwill bl< proH school y'udilorluub

'; : having: been In the after next to obtain relief. I II WATCH THIS LUSTYYOUNSTERGROWk commissioner that It was ul1I10st ( Friday) at tho.hlgh the\ nimplctm of "'

"J.' Corpenlng's Drug Store -'ge"bh's emlll'lId.'t.lI ImpoBKlblo! to receive from, U'onmn'under club.
al years. I station wli(11o 1 the the Junior
Florida tha ,
The business ot'shlpplui ( Tbo rant have linen rehearsing/
(Get Your Auto Taj I vegetables I is complicated, rate 'Nineteen Hundred and Twenty-nine is here! i Naslivllla station was broudiUHtli this play for the past six: weeks

'rid: W J. Kpperson calls to the men say. Citrus shipment I Is easy Judge I /. nut under UIH capable dlre'tlol\iot
,,'tonllon of Bradford county mo- compared with it. So fur the Industry I Mr. Hykt'S Promised Mr. DymoreBt promltinii, to bll one ?max

''arlRla the necessity of obtainingtheir I la Florida la almost for con afew I Right on the job! And he's got to go some to Creel crvlimr: n that of he radio would to have mproptly the sup-Investigate '!'of r the lieHl of I the season, s

automobile license tags ;by fletely unorganized, except the endthat : Sovcral .of Ktarko'a:) \ prettiest a
lanu&ry 1st his office having re- I local associations, and Is In I the matter to "Ulrla will IJI featured In a beauty y

calved, no authority from' the state about the same stage as the citrus beat 1928 in Starke! boat! stations operate exactly/ j tliurun aB nil added attraction and
time of before any attempt was on their allotted wave that this perform-
bureau to extend the purchasing Industry both stalluim i tit U expected
tags Mr. Epperson stated made to organize it. Moreover and also to nee that ance will be well attended. ;

'that It Is the intention of the law ;, vegetables, are more perishable But with co-operation we are s u r ehe'll wcte In proper tune Mr brought l HyknH The caNt In UB"follows: '
your when this was /
the a wide range stated t hut at the Golden -
for every car to have a tag for than citrus and cover dltllrulty, (All three acts are
current year on-'or before the first of products. Railroads sometimes about there should bu no WlltH1.Jiidgo I Pheasant Inn, a road house.)

day of the year. Get your tag complain bitterly about, claims for win! In receiving from station that the ItetwrtMt acts. 1 and 2, Miss Ktvtelle -
wish. that spoiled in ; (]Irccu stated and chorun will ?r }'
for cars
early la the sheriff's new year: damages his uttentlon -. i Kendrick
-.- -- transit and assert that shipmentsare matter was brought: to "I'm Sorry Sally," by Lei
Wet Day *(,'hrllitm sometimes not In good condition Now that another leaf has been turned in the by lamer W. McCreary: (luliifdvllle. edl--'. Fields, Inc. New York City.

Tbe major noise makers in when loaded into cars all of I toi of the Kvoniiig News, I lu second act, Minn Virginia.

Slarke during the Christmas were the problem of rate Florida, will present ra?
which affects and
fireworks and motor cars, the latter I making. Unlike citrus, vegetables Book of Time resolve this very minute to h'elp'YOllr I Weeks' )tick Stevpdore," by Triangle lfuBle $

bringing hundreds of shoppers usually: are gathered by the grow Search Made Puh Co, Now York City j

''o town for Christmas purchases Tampa TrIbune. 1929 the tact-of players are a ers.- fellow citizens to make biggest The :
aturday and Monday were;, exce\- I For Physician : t

pmt business days for our merchants :SIKH. 1.\Hl'Il.\- St.W IUT.IKKKMrs. : I Mamie-Kllsabeth Alufrews. fi

every line of business reporting this had o hllll1-' Sanford Hitch.Ulck ;
town has ever Duet I'll
heavy sales. Christmas I Martha M. Whltaker. 71, of I year ; ___._ ._____ _____, _;, Tampa Flu., 1ItJ+H', 2B.-LocaF authorities .irahamMaurUu Ed- ,
l | trees gladdened: the hearts of the have been asked to asKn| ( t f r
*UHdron at the Baptist, Metho- Marietta died at her home yesterday i N. Holland wurdH, Itobt 10', l>emoent. ..
following a long. Illness. Mrs. mT"A: IIELl: ) wt..J) All Churches HaveChristmas In the search for Dr. H Tuhlaft Tolllver
and Presbyterian churches a native coming to State Dodged .*: n.\t a Starke physician, who haibeen .
\ the
Iristmas quiet I Weeks.
day was very -Virginia
Marietta about forty-five yearsago. -- Tree missing since Dec }8, Slier Sarah
(Jorlty of our business bouses a member of the By State I 1 n'u/1, n..e'llIn: Ilii bti l I Jltn' John )Packard, Jim Pack
She Inwire u
was of Dude City.
ra sing for the I. N. Hudson
day. Besides her hus.band. Hlaike AVonuin, I -- Iff ard-,in-, II. 8, Carroll.
Baptist church. local officers, stated I>rHolland I HCpnt -- Florence
[ Heavy :>lail S. Whltaker she Is Mi*. been the custom for to MlH Stuyv ,
Holiday John Jacksonville Dec. 31.- Collins I A* has bUill.neill !.. ,
The local postofflce handled the survived by one daughter Mrs.Susan. the local churches all observed came to Tampa Andrews. It
in the office of the state years \ Mai pan .
Dec. 24.-Taylor --
>KKest: amount of first class and Hlgglnbotham of Marietta; Christmas with a Christmas The Using man telegraphed Sweeney Katelln:
Her at Tallahassee show that retired Insur glrl> ---Misses
Parcel pout mall this Christmas two sisters Mrs. Catherine Warren -althy tree and program this year his family from Tampa on thEnl6M 1 Chorus Andrews, Haz ,
cipalities and corporations who died Leila D61&
known to Postmaster Hull butttntg Fla.; and Mrs. Katie of I'lncinnatl event Is always Kendrlrk s
Brooker. and this yearly Dec. 18, saying he wot Andrew ,
surfing gasoline In large the Hotel of Elizabeth
suite at Klckllter
Haven; two brothers in Ma with Interest to t
stacks of packages were practically Oglesby of Hart looked forward to )
ties are not alone In the of his for home. lie hud nolbeen : Weeks.
the eve leaving Virginia!
ofBaldwin. on and
cleared from the office Monday W. A. and A. J, Harvey > the grownups as well all the kid $
I. the BVQnlng
.,of dodging the abnormally to join for the
evening at closing time. The Funeral services will be for Jacksonville dles. heard from since Accompanist
rush' entire ev- Marietta Baptist gas tax. The state itseit is the former Miss Wilraa held their -MlHH Ethel Grimn."l c
worked the force conducted from the The Presbyterian's .
ory' minute the delivery window church this morning at 11:00: It. Both the state hospital and for this. ,'Uy. on an extended exercises Sunday evening at the Dr; Holland) returned to Start U.ltI.lXUH'UU:

roe opened Saturday and Monday; o'clock the Rev. B. C. Scarbor insane at Chattahoocbee tour, will be burled Wed church with a splendid program Christmas day after an absence .ol -

and It was not the fault of the post ough. pastor officiating. Pallbearers chasing state prison in at Raiford tank car, are Iota Cln< Inoatl according to rendered by the young folks and about a week spent In Jack ollvlllc Darling Carter, 25, a resident of

office clerks If any patron failed to I I will be J. D. McCormick Dr. M. gas and It Into here last night. on Monday night Christmas eve and other points. Highland. Clay county died Monday
lot his or her Christmas package I It. Vandervere. T. N. McCor- Qeorgjav .shipping was to have reach the Baptist and Methodist -. in the Alachua county t
The morning
> before the deadline Monday eveI mlck. Mattle Boree C. W. Ellisand state foe their own use. Si-nday night to ppend I churches had their programs and CHILD YVKLFAUK: : ('os. .::11. hospital Gainesville, following
I and I Interment will ion Is possible because a < ,is holidays, later KXCKMMlis : ; Thebody
"lag. the"V
Only special delivery John Herring. Christmas tree. unsuccessful operation.!!
{ I. outgoing mall was handled TuesI' : be In the family lot In Gravely Hill ity in Interstate commerce his yacht. In waiting The Sunday schools and the an was sent to Highland Monday f' s
be taxad-and shipping gas & to New
: day.fPr. cemetery under direction pf the a lei-IlIrel1' cruise Women's organizations of the different Sarah Richards from Jill'reall funeral services and purla -
the state line gives It -fadrl Gras and to and PublicHealth .night and
: Seashole'Funeral parlors.-Tlmes- churches of the town as of Child Hygiene held at Long Brunch:
character. If it I 18 were
commerce Oriental waters will
From Corn Stalks and Jacksonville,
20th.UEGISTRAT10JT1CE. other organizations distributed Nursing day. lie
Dec. well an following
!* Mr R. F. Clark brought a cop) ly for the consumption of the I Christmas baskets to the, be out of the county for a fev cemetery the his wife.; !Mrs. Hattie -
<>( : chaser it is non-taxable but remembered In la by
the Danville ((111.) Commercial : is '
The aim of these societies daye.Ullon. Carter and bnbrother.
X' ) should be sold to other Collins, wife poor. \ two sister
Us Wilma
e"l1 to the Telegraph omce Mr to make this Christmas one of her return she will holdseries u arrangements
Week, the to be printed books of the then the tax applies Collins assistant engi/ / Funeral
first paper The registration I the brightest ever and they certainly of pre- chool conference of the DeWitt C.Jones .
oa paper made from cornstalks,, City of Starke Florida will beopen Municipalities and E'I. '\\1.e> paper Is apparently a* good for the registrations of electors did not attempt to evade the tbo first construction success. be held at Graham In DaptlHchurch Funeral Company.Carter the effects lot

side of newsprint as that made t from January 10th to February until the levy reached what the highway' system In |I( ,Jam. 3, 1929 from %' -4 1 IIafternoon. died from In the liver, Intuited -
*om wood pulp slightly thlnnei 9th 1939. inclusive. Books be termed a conflscatory figure county: Mr. Ooihorn HKAIIFOim IXMMJHK. Midwife class to b4beld < a bullet realdchtot

at possessing ufHcient tensile will be at the office of the CityClerk some Instances more' than g0'" relative In Jacksonville A A. M. MKKTH: : :27TII Jan. 7th. 1929 at courthousila It is said by another of Mo ely. -

trength to withstand the pull ol"l in the city hall Starke.. FlnrIda. -;, ant of the actual. cost of the ., of her husband' death. Starve 10 a. m. Highland The shooting by the occurred name S.turday .

newspaper presses feodlni Bradford Lodge F. IL: A. M. will I the pairleft
the body laid to alter(
fr till a roll. The process of con C. A, FtJTCH. R. D. GIUFFIHI day night December Darton-Prollpect good; for establUhment night shprtly wounded
the meet Thursday The
,xtting waste cornstalks Into pope Registration officer, City of Starke.; I l !y lake cemetery o'clock. Al: of cooling plant tocitrus r Highland. where r
Rowand B. Grime 3S, Company In 27th at the hall at 7:30 brought to Starke
i Florida. was
much faster one than the one I 12-28-2t. the Installation of officers here. man aid by Dr.Biggs .
born In this time medical
I Tharsdday December 20th, at Mr. Grlffls waa 8.orlnlConatructlol 11 he was given '
olving :Wood It reaulrini I Tarpon
.Air tljf hours time pulp to convert thKtiks 'I' members are
All I,
theirfields from movtaeMoal>algtoan- place. vllle hOB pita
I Into paper roll- Farmer ton of cornstalks,left in ness pneumonia. visitor welcome. the Gal e -
.,! the big corn growing sectloni I after the harvest service were held at the borne years ao, present and ,


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The Nineteen Hundred and :,
u year Twenty-Eight gives way to
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Nineteen Hundred and Twenty-Nine; and much as we welcome v :HI I

the newcomer, we feel a twinge of regret that we must part from

the twelve-month that for most of us, was crowded with happy i ii

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\ We will be dedicated to your service everyday events and marked by great, progressive strides in our lives. The New Year is here As the clock ticks t

t '' ? } of the New Year as we were every day of .. The merchants on this.page extend their thanks and New Year's off the seconds of Nineteen Hundred and f

/ p H p1 the old:"-'and we want to take this occasion to r greetings to you who have made Nineteen Hundred and Twen- Twenty-Nine may every second find you con- I
tented !
+,' wish you, the best of all things good during ': i ty-Eight a successful year for them. They look forward to Nine- !
1 t the coming year. teen Hundred and Twenty-Nine with the hope of.your. continued SERVICE DRUG STORE i

I s sn friendship and patronage. (Formerly Butler's Pharmacy) f

41. J. bl .AL V AREZ John J. Canova, Mgr.

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i is ''r ( Your patronage and friendship
I fl .O ; year-may it too { i

during the past year have made "
r 1 be blessed by your friendship
1 \us very happy indeed, and it ist ,
N + .' { P Q and co-operation. In sending '!
t 'with'a full heart and the greatest The New Year bells are clanging, and their '
c Just three words-"Happy New Year"but our greetings to you, ,we wish
i 'sincerity that we extend our I harmonious notes thrill us with' realization .
I eII i behind them are all our thanks to you for to ;'I
of what friendship has meant during 'I \ express our thanks to you
''f your
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II III greetings say you: your friendship and patronage during
I I 'the past year. Our New Year's* wishes for for having, made our good '
; G New Year." past year, and all our hopes for your continued : ; :
; py you are twice as great as those for ourselves. ''progress ab' 1
encouragement and support. ,I'

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Hark Yet! Hark Ye! The New Year is here Our thoughts go out to you this New Year 11 I ,
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1 f.i pleasant relations with. those whom we have i you may see a great many more Happy. New We hope the New Year will be as, the ensuing months, and take occasion R.I I

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State J I 1 N'orthern Central Florida between trip onlively t JchiiH/ CompnrnIsltfa I (Yemeni! Concrete Products _- _____ .. ::13:1: .... I alterative MYe s cliolagogu : Myrtle; we, i '

J'Lve :the Gulf of Mexico the Suwannee f< a Oluatee battledeldIakg I'ertllUers. Mixed\ ___.;'____.:_,;__..:s_ -- .u :3 Pupuvar .umnlt.rui1\
liver and the St. Johns; Suwan-: > bounty, and hundreds __ ___ 9" 16 Opium
I 1liO8iluUe' ) Mining ___..;..._______ __ ,. ; lumlnferaut.Sumbncu .
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I lice, Columbia Baker Gtlchrlst, I |l riuil J1UO do ,not know 1 jlme Hock Mines _____1-__.:__---4----.......---... .Y{ tu Y ., 89 ;; '

BY OUR EXCHANGES Alachua.. Putnam Levy, Marlon that uVahoee) River made !and Gravel and Shell! "':_:'l.:____.:,_. __,,_1-_'_____ .lid" ;''';.. \G flowers! canadensls l -- Elder; 1 '

I'.1 i and Citrus. Columbia county won famoud gt* .en Collins Foster ;-ptle Tank Manufacturers\ __ __ _-..___________ 23 4 4 rarmlnttlvediaphoretic... = ,
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i medal ribbon certificate and all la "Oldstream at Home' is the ; __ : lOt ;2 ,
.....,.. __._ ____. _.__--_.__._ t beet Exhibit .Ik<< Garble. Stone anti Tile Manufacturing\ !; ::L------ altwrutlveorenou. .
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,,',,_ Palm Beach-All the optlem i ngen said tlle h.I'i,' in-,d'n, tlllll|" of bright leaf tobacco at the toe;. 1; e Gulf 1 of Mexico\ Total --_-_..-..*.___-______-__.___7-381 854& Hedatlvo Bcrruluta, diuretic-Su w Pelmetto -. 1{; t4
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,,0, cwt exist: in Florida. Thurs- \lot know lwu Klul..n.) v Ploildlans were under the Impres- section! he' '[state, and there is ( 1907 1917 192T ,root. Alterative, expectorant.' 7'

t1 r tin chamber of commerce re- laid they were employed by t II| e 9'on the state had launched a new much tclearned\ abQut it. 1 Uachua .... .. ,'v" -__-_1,739.838 4,765,213 0,989,880 .Trlllun odoratlnitlma-Deer-ton-. e .

from Roy Welch who escapi'd and farmers boBUII : : _______ 31 261.383 145,677 Hue, l'prClIme. flavor.Xan'thoxylulll .
,\rod letter nan whos nnn o Industry when tobacco JI'' 'bisTU the fountI.-M 3\ker ____:.7_
Texas who wants to Suwannee and : _. ._____ 230,783 675.335 1,094,682 Cluva- Ilerculla- t
Si-Crane i t.hey.gave. to stream into Alachi+ 3radford -_ .., ,hA' '
l on the banks of Lake Okee- Columbia: counties from North and University. of Florida; ::ltrus _ __.:_::S.:..____.._ 32,173 292.550 1128.535 Prickly Ash alterative slulogoK- ,14''
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is danger from ,to lung tpertments; University SB 5 7II" 1,364,949 2,348.56S ue. 'a ,'Yi
'There no Mjeral'iim South Carolina two years ago 1,9
dobee Fort ,, llumbll"i" --- --- <
[ nee |h IngIrawnand Extensll plant Board! expanding : : ; a1'loriilui
:}tad Hulnftill 1t"f'lIl'Il.| Iu North Vnlrul ,11,1
I'arms If one watches storm warn- ( contract" ( will hl,> ;)I\\'d.| J grow!; the leaf. Suwannee county marketing :ilchrlst _-_____"'1.. 321,477 361.989 a".'f, lJ
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In, ,' ba wrote. Welch styled him- E>d,soon for the er"-,.tioii ot'I', hall' been shipping live hogs by the UevyMarlon_ ---- .-'rt'---: : 53.167 439,980 414.262 I I
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|l as a general trucker and celery, hurch: builds; tor II"(. t First larload for several yearn the farmers ,tlugl! \ .. ----v. .._-'_...__ 482.798 2,418,405 7.483.818 Town County fnchun' '

Hbwer. and declared he was seeka :Christian:: churl of, r nu v I u, netting hundreds of thousands Baker ursertes ijt of enormous Putnam[ ... _. .-4Ai.-_-'_- 903,24 1,975.057 4, 69,941! Crenceiit; City -Uutnani 50.54 ; ;

warmer climate.Jack9onvllIeContract. (ost approxlmutih! tyq,.,llnn),,,,. .i, of dollars for them annnual- and Suwannee _..1"IOO-:..... .-- 761,464 1,461,866 3,128,667 )'edH'all'olnt--l'utnllm 62.7 'w,
i Thursci,,n |h)v' J s (;,111 ly. Gilchrist;! county sells live And size parlance; carrying onhorUI"iI'tl 1 Union! ___..:-: ::..,.: ,:: _.::_.. 534.160 522.616: SuUuma Height*--Putnam 49.31 t' "
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research -j Archer Ahulum 54.26
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:entitle chalrmiin "I't vtlou of preliminary plans for a I coranim. 'nu,, ,1'0: ,1111I.g||i('i inrlll iiuantltlen and thousands of the pine holly ''r Be ">nd growth 'Total.-J :. -:...____ .4.787,325: 14,3'\ 2,479 28.398,113 tllhltIIVlllc--Alnd\lIlJ.: 48.18 48.6ft' ''t' I

pond toll bridge over the St be two s:IKI.S, high, 1, \, 1MJ. finest "Texas" turkeys seen In O\:1d, : ", .\.MM..I \'nhnihfn MelroHOAlachuu

,pug river at Jacksonville was ;ins eighty-eight III +,inelt.i\ \ "," |) Florida markets at Thanksgivingand Brl1 eRet.lble produc- I County + ,' '" 1907 1917 1927\ MlcunopyAlachua\ \ 49.24 rite
toed Thursday by Duval county, with a Sunday M hni, \\IIIL', ,((1 ht"(, Christmas, are hatched and ton! : stierrj and green corn Alachua J?._..______ _6,735,080 7,687,410 10.765.209 I men St. !\Inry-BI\kt'I'.. ( 49.27 .,

,'mnlBsl oners and a firm of bridge ;)y forty-three( ft,i' H will\ I I I". ilnit, reared In GllchrUt nursery in FlorIda as special; nfticlal experimentsIn Baker ? .. -. .__+*..________1.031,570( 1,780,768 2.186,923 Johnstown- Union 48,48

tgineera.<< 'Construction of the()f steel, concrete ,lua tn. < h 1M' ( kEartow and Its sea island cotton farmers pine irefelid turpentine extraction Bradford .. jfj__.______2,341,0111 3.139,688( 2.80:1.890: Lnko City-Columbia' 52.49: ,
not be started until the the boll weevil momlcal hIghway I ( gys- 2,15t.1811 5.454.023>> : Live'Oak-SuttuiniiHi 61.62 9'
j\fa\a\ \ will overcome by 'Citrus _. ._ .i _____ _1,570,935 t
;ojwt Is,approved by the war de- --Sheriff r A. II Wilt| !. Tif some years ago a're producing cattle tem! ? ro. ift4' HC'tru for highway,, surfacing. Columbia- t-- ___-_-_2,680,859 3,479,410 4.379,482 LynneMarlon 0.514 ;,,

ailment and by state legislature Polk county llniiBdav ul.. d 'II,, tIn and hogs. Alachna's farms are vateT| Gllchrlst .. ._ L-". 1.682,794 Orala--Marlon 61.93 "

!commission recently estimated : circuit court hue for' $",u.11010),,,,) lamous throughout the state and >. ,. both salt and Levy -__'.._ ,.;_____ ._3.149.962 3,737,843:! 4,178.846 Hockwell---\Iarlollt! 60.77 4tf ,
fresh Includes 49,26'
pet Such: a bridge/ to cost approx- lamages against I II) (' (]o8\\iii) .(l jH. now an entirely new Industry to I Hctlv ll.Wbfa,. to tourists+ ; Marion __i';;:_______4,990,017 7.213,397 13,593.262 Cwdur; Keys-Levy '' ,
and Wlthlacoocliee
IlI&IIly S.000,0.00 could be paid ; B. Craven of I..ikt'laiul, for ,11- the United States Is beginning to : Putnam.. ,._______2,887.000 5,195,542 8,681,168 InvernoHB-Citrus. 60.66 (
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lucky tolls from the two bridges I eged! libelous sUttcmttita and mil-,' pay dividends there with the coming Suwanneo _,..._-_______2,847,201 3,626,294. 4,702,472 ( f'I"'I'1I1i1l1".I.; hy l'OIlUtl'M. ,
ka tta'i'.ilinks boating etc. golf 3
.dIrect taxation. In of thousands of ; ; 1,649.067 Alarhua. _j -_ +
lLand'notfrom appearing cnnnoctlon Into bearing ..
I lea the \t nit oil trees. Levy is Inch I ( hate pit and on overburden Union --- l.------- --- Baker _-_.:.__________ 4
crusade by lakeland acres of tWig '
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18.-months- v mil citrus groves at : Bradford ._ 4p,
Dorothy '' and livestock 58,965.136\
tamps of commerce to "lower producing farm crop .27.233.543 38.601,138/
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Floral CiCol [roik crushing. __. _
of Dan G. Morse wasletverUU is one of thefate's 'hool Citrus ------------- 3
jlldaughter. ]Polk E county The sheriff' in in4 and Cedar Key Total \,111.-\11 Public "" I'rnlwrlyounty | ?
from injuries urn Pt-nse auto traffic In 1927 Columbia) 1nilclirlHt -
Thursday alleges that the defendant largest sea food producing 1901 1917 -

rtoeived' .when she fell from a. secadstory -, I 1 made suit statements taken by him tit. the "Kingdom of the Sun"? for It four dir. II trough Lake City; Alachua; _ ____-:-____________117,833 412.436i US.6115Daker ._ ; e, a,

window at her home and 1 mean that he WHO guilty of malpractice ] ointe.* Marlon county truly is U. S. V -. jhnspltal; dairy and _, __________..__ 6,492 17.293 72.611 Levy; 1'
poultry )> went impressive; \Marlon 8
cored ftre. Dorothy playing ] in office. lie charged thud producing In large. quantities almost Bradford __.;____________ 20.427 124,795 123.840 0' v
tobacco l' .. 1
tile' from Putnam
window, slipped the sun 16,015 171.335 I ---------------- a
about defendants accused him ot' everything under ___ ... 30.695
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Gllchi--B autlful Suwannee Jjuwaunee( _____ 4
ito ledge nd plunged downward. "padding his accounts," amond( Citrus and Putnam have their : Columbia; ___...J___ ________ 28.8561 116.191 301,608 ? ',t1
river oundary development _
Her fall was checked by an elec other things j tarms and their orange groves. in'-sjt ; Gllchrlst __ ___________ 67,225 Union -

ute wire which was severed, causing I Industrially there is no other lutfrl ulture expanding of; Levy _:: __-r-_-__________,___ 15.6922.990& 164,475 -
short circuit which started sire Deer In Florida that can compare raises tl I 14 tops; fattening .:. 68,080 2t>9,960 828,275 Total _22HOIIIH
Tallahassee- hunicg ,In area Marlon ..:.:._-------- --- ,
In an adjoining apartment. .Florida for the present senson with+ this region. Palalka. in Putnam hogs a twit' ; ; watermelons. Putnam _ ...,____________ 30.496 69.256 1,043.385 !Hallont IVuituntiThe '
Conslderabe damage was done by.I'must end on Dec. 31. the final day county. Is one of Florida'sthree i Levy:aint us old port of Cedar ____________ 48,902 111,683 289,325 first trunk line railroad !In t ;
suffered a i Kay.al| ,a id Island frontage; uwannee.fl- Florida. was constructed between
The tot manufacturing 74.941 ,
Ibe blaze. for leading cen : .:.: .
the season taking that _
I nf open li cedar Union ----------- .
skull but has good its Gulf Huts c virgin 'ernandlna and Key ;
pictured( game the state Fame department ters. Every county possesses 4. -- -

dances of urvlvlng. II I announced., The open deer season sawmills and turpentine camps, 'fiX po oAc very large. Total ,. ________;..-___________367,370 1,100,619 3,804,576' Florida produces 71 percent oC rr
Marlt-Qci la lime Industry! ; the phosphate mined In the United ,
Marion Is of the largest producers ) ,Htlmol Knrollnimt.J :
I began on Nov. lo, the day on one fruits'National :.;, +
!Miami-Declaring that ':'antl-. .which the taking of various kind( of lime rock ,in the world vegetal an citrus ; County 1 1 >1__ 1D07 1917 1927 States.In; }

arlBtlan" { textbook "subversive 'of[ game became legal. Indication! and with Citrus holds vast stores f-ltJ;, (pine> experiments) ;; Alachua ._" _' J=_______________6,329 7,963 8,137 Silver Springs Creek, Florida.

to good m -als" were being used were that hunters enjoyed a rather of phosphate rock. It is the general moderr reaniery and poultry Baker -_-* ----_-----. ___ 1.139 1,46t1. 1.676 navigable river In tho t
lithe high ichools of the state and deer Impression that Florida pos- pal'kln,1U8e| distributing point IralfnN-_ _\. S. :7.092 4,090 1.980 world to Its source.
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Women a becausi. :good rail connections; Silver Springs In Marlon county
for f
State College few minerals but there ?! 879 1,411
to\ on the numbs, asses ; 1.6111
I to: the department Citrus -- -, --------------
verjpprlugs.PutijfitJ! Ocala has greater floW'
I< Florida as introduced before I of such animals killed showed tha'' ore In Levy county which has amour, Johns river navIgable Columbia .wWA" --. --______----4.014 4,602. 4.387 of, water near than other a spring lathe )

\tie Baptist Convention 'many of them felt the bullet's hit not been exploited simply because settlements on 'Crescent Gllchrlst '"" '. ."...______________ 980 world any r;
Indicated that CcIer a nearby supply of coke to enable ; ; .. ... -: 2.521" 2.958 !
invest ,First reports Iand at palatka; sawmills Levy --:-----.-:- ------ Iron ore Is found In Levy county IIleal' '
referred, county would lead In the num i producers to complete with the existing I tinge cltrns and vegetables Marlon __ .- -.,.' ..,. ...-.. _----.--6,188 7.030 7,542 ItroiiHon. .A

pbllc si:ho Is. It was her of deer killed, with Lake con,, producing areas makes It ; Putnam _' .. ... .:..:....__-v-f: ------2,334:\ 3,068 1,072 d "
adlng some staple crop; ; The Confederacy l In said to have ,
I the com Ute. on convention 'ty: second although thIs stamlhit proh!'bttlve. Citrus county is producing ] olin- ml new; fish hatcher- Suwal\u<>e :; .........___.,.-..,__----4.797 6.331: 4.546 litlllznd tblu iron during the civil ; ,
The poultr: )
Jlthoiit de $te. when the final\ the cedar which goes into _ :. -----'i-- __ 1.602
may be changed i I'' Union a. .- _- ... for maiiufu ture of '141 'r;++
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Wed to boll turns are Iu.Daytona itlie manufacture of. millions es.Sts ': ..-, ,---- -

Jskeonvllle and selected Dr. KaMh .pencils in Germany. M 3f livestock S tuple agriculture, laid tiding/; TotalCount ... _.........'..._..:..:.>:. -----4.30.U13 37.478 39.5SI! non.Marcl\.. Meat of Maker '"'-y, ;1 s..
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Plant City to : world cattle; iiny county -
White of Beath- Two treasui IB There IK nothing In the _' .til tViitml Tloililf Acres in 'iillhjillnii *
at that I hog, >b>v< ; reforestation: > (county although RnuthweHt ofJackllonvllle. .. ,"-
nual sermon In Marlon ; ijo 1927
liter the a hunting have been 'ilka Sliver Springs 19 u l' 3917
l parties organ .
much.rtfus. with poultry; river ? lit only 5 mlle from ,
line |I! 'ed here one to seek a client b, ,county the underground lakes ; Alachua _.____.____.:.?..___::91,014 12:1,351: 61,111'1&Daker & the Georgia state lino Examine; ,
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'"I rivers, caves and sinks of Ala- _.: _. __ 7.850kwt,39,128 111,790) 11,110 ,
lleved to contain the $15.000,01"paid fruits and nuts .4____-?,_ : h
mmle UnliStafclea, r.c v
ClearwaUfThe city CO to Spain for the purchase ''I I i hua county, and the beauty of Istate ''farm (Penlnten. | Bradford __-___:-:; 69,413 13.8SII Columbia county won tbe blue N 's

bltmot Clea ater is seeking some the Louisiana territory the otlu',''the Swannee river which forms a grown; i tt.ifl farm Industries Citrus ______!______..1 4.393 8,041.) 6.778 f
ribbon for the boot bright leaf
prison tobacco
ntthod of ridding the local avla- to dig for Spanish treasure nail( natural boundary on the west. Few tlary} \ vegetables Columbia -_ ____-_____y.:.18.012 83,90!) 69,11811!! !) -
which I' ftrftlhliiK prisoners; : ; exhibited at I the Centennial
lion field of roves of doves to be buried at the bottom of (lilt l Florldlans. have* visited historic in county Gllchrlst ______----:-.:.; '-i 11,1101 Kxposltlon at Philadelphia "' "

I irtators con|>lain are a meutaV as Ocklawaha river jn the Interloi Yulee Peark near Crytsal Klver, in I'lltBples 4inre of grown plows.I Levy '_ __.....::";.;.'! ..-. .:.. 19,4110 39.181: :\ 35,740 A large part of South Florida t
to planes mol!
hazard of
wen as phy cal .o Citrus county. and hundreds ; '. _92.978 92,199! 4)1,815) v
the field. The une Daytona Beach man, Car wWnHuilroiul Marlon :,_ ..t, ?. : was ones u part of the bottom oC

landing and leaving considered the Holm deep sea diver. sailor am' ] Mlloiiy; Putnam r _. ;..--.w_ 8,594 17,008 12,671 the sea-the tenth of sharks are ''

commission has method has adventurer, still (iu his twenticf, ( I' 1911' 1926 I';Suwannee ...::.;;i..l;..._... ...""", _69,155 88,763 *46.378 found In phosphate mines in the .,
I County
oueetlon but Ho far no In 346.33 *277.98 ; ._. _.._.:.....:.._ _. 16.890
ton evolve which will be safe has been signed to participate Alachua __ ________________ .o'I'' Union --'-'" Interior. 4.

The' birds both expeditions, Holm is the out :Baker ______________________ .o ,. (' .116.4 69.22 Palatka at one time was Urn 'y "e,
Hire and ec' nomlcat. accident standing personality among these .:. --- ___ _I 106.90 78.43 Total _:__-.:..i::.;.,;_*,1.:..;i402.184: IIa ,9011 :330,852 Houthernmost railroad terminal In-. "
might serious Bradford --------------
aviators\ cans say, under a certain condl- 2Qth century treasure hunters. 1 A Citrus; _________------- ___ 1 118.28 129.26 86.05 : 'f. ,.'-.:' Hold lloolll 1917 1919 1927 the state, and Florida's most. popular k' ;i4

wor-' native o't Denmark, at 16 he wai _____________u_-_ I' 84.611 County 't'tAlachua winter resort a
tlons and be ildes they cause planes to the youngest deep" sea diver n I Gllchrlst Columbia -_ _-_____.:,_____________ .' 60.76 .c *y ;-" ,.. _":_'1'.....;,.____:-__.480 548 2,690 Florida has two national for. 1
ry to aviator in bringing 1Ii'0.13 145.76 ._ .... _.________ 18 48
Expeditlon "
Europe. He joined the Becco .. _...J: _....4.--d------:,. :1"| ; Baker _r- eats one In the northwestern part
the round.. e I in search,(of the Sargasso Levy Marlon _-__,_-___,_.::__.;.________ _111 255.69 23209 Bradford ,.,' _......___ ..:...:___.:.....128 67 109 of the state principally in Oka" t +

bit sea and has salvaged submarines --------1:7 ,49.29 132.05 Cltrud; -1.,.L. ,.___..___: ---..,.--,-?.151 106 587 )nits county and the other In central .
Tke weighty
evidence Tampa oduced most In court here and done underwater work allover Putnam Suwannee _; ___,_...... _________ .. _1": '97.3&99.84 ColumbiaGllchrlst I _. ,.,\I. y*___..---------.......'.,It'5, Ii 139 479 Florida Urg Iy lying tn Marlon .' fr

InmanyadaK p according to Jadge the world. Here, in Floridahe Union ----------r'._:..-__________ .,' ,... ... 41,01 -_ _..::..;.:...:._--v---.L:; :: .0._:" 65 county. '. l
builds boats, dives and seek* '; .,. ---- -- Levy. : --c. 'w_.._-__ .._-_-_-.--------123 715 649 Mlcanopy !b4'ars the name of one

enough fM.. to Roblts, for was J. not II. Harrell heavy, adventure where It Is plentiful. Total __=_____:( :1: __,________1,11 ''. 1,360.08 1,332.42 Marlon _{. ____:s__...._:..__________ 318 365' 2,010 of the most active Seminole: chlef- A

former secure Judgment of *Changed mileage because of chant.'' nty lines Putnam __ __..''..___,_____..________.308 401 1,855/ talim'!In tho Indian War of 1835. r ,

empldyee. a Tampa Stephen W. Jackson not crenel' date shown. : Suwannee ". _____-_--------------..136 122 331 Million*, of pencil used In t
& because county -
Sons(35,000( Inc.agaiist lumber:<'V.mill E. operators.Alman 67, a bookkeeper died here Thursday ---No figures Pllioulatioll. I' : I Union -__-L::...'.:__.__________...',.,...._ 77 J1:II rope are made of cedar shipped Y r
--- ---"-- C
The 600poundwood after completing a unlqiif 1900 I'O' M920" 1925 -- to Germany from Florida Th,. : ', 1 +
evidence was a County '
1// }
shaping: machine similar to world history that occupied hi Alachuft _ ________32.245 Jll'''' 31,689 32.684 Mineral: purgative, center of the state' cedar Industry a puI

one which Harrell alleged cost him spare time for more than a con Baker ___"__ ._ __ 4,616 1.1! 6,622 6.661\ Phosphate I rfAlachua i Vanilla Planifulls'-.Vanliia\ Beau, 18'I Crystal River, In Citrus county ,'. + ,
the unerjf hid right hand in an ac. of years The' volume i Is now i in Bradford __________10,295 lit' 42.503 7.034 Major General Charles Sum-

Ident In one of the Alman mills the hands of publlxhers. More 1 Citrus __-_ ________ 5,391 .,t; '5,220 5.374 stone mineral water, clay land. perfumery flavor. merall, chief! of the staff of the ;yw

overal moot s'ago. Three men han: twenty years ago Mr. Jackson Columbia-_ _____________17. 176. 14,290 15.561 Bilker--Clay and nan. Aralltt Bplnona-Bplgiiot, stimulant United States army, IN a native of ; + r 1

,"ero required to plaee the evlnce conceived tile idea of writing 1, (lllchrlst .. --- ---- -- I '. Bradford-.Mineral ''water. and ( diaphoretic. oiumblacounty. 6'

before the jujry.l' te Thursday the history of the world for several Levy .. ._-__________. 8,603 1).3') '' 9,91 10.636 sand. Arlntlorhea serpentarla. --Snakeweed Alachua county !I. noted for IU

< but It failed to weigh au ftl- centuries back, Into a book I In I Marlon _ _______---.24.403 '25.9 j 23,968 27,132Putnam Columbia Phosphate: limestone t' diuretic emmenagoiue.Ascleplaa Inks and underground ,rlveri. v + '

tlently with, the 12 members to which reader could follow parallel :: ______-____11.641 U.O'' 14,568 17,027 sand Gypsum tu berorta- Pleurisy near. Gainesville +

secure a verdict for Harrell. or contemporary events In all JU wan nee ..________14,5r,4 IM' 19,789 16,205 Columbia-Phosphate, llmstone,, root, diaphoretic expectorant. Salt Springs In Marjon county RA f

I countries and theh'( bearings on Ufnlon' : ____k _"""""" ...:. --- 4,873 clay, sand Chlonanthus vlrglnlca Fringe many miles from, the nearest sea. t
events In phosphate alterative' germicide. teem with salt water Ash.
( Limestone
Clear watt rFour small chll- others, during any year Cllchrlst -- tree water
ken he chose. Mechanically the Job I .'NiI2 146.6 1 137.570 141.9S7t peat Cornus Florida-Dogwood, Astringent .
destitute and fatherless were : t Total __-,--------- 1'ampa-opert"ooll( ,started at; +a '
*toK cared for Thursday by was a great problem He wrote Included In Alacua' Qllchrlst county was LevLimestone, flint phosphate tonic.CelHemlum # .'
: j -Gllchrlst figures first unit of mammoth '000,000.. h
while data on large 1. : iron( small>. sempervlrens -Jessamine
of '
Wthbors a fund was being sheets paper not created until 1925,, tt r ,jst of Tampa Union Terminal t
deed by churches to aid them and which In time filled a large partof l county data'Included In Bradford 'nlon county created In Marlon-: Limestone phosphate 'Menlne.Gentlana plant i.:
{ Union
bllry their'father, killed ccl-., his home. One of the heaviest 1921. '* A: -'> ,. .. sand, clay Eillottl! -*-Gentian, ton- Co. __ __----;-_

stall yesterday when a shotgun burdens was research work. The Imlimlrin' ; PutnamKaolinclay. sand

\_M discharged. H. Dager., 60, '' librarians In many countries'gave Total( Total '' gravel, peat.Buwannee.
*owpanled' by has wife waa cut- him aid including that of'the: I I dire State' 11 N Cen'j' Limestone phosphate ,

'fit fence posts In the woods near i United States congressional library. :: .p Fla. Counties sandV
ego The j' __ 39 UnionMineral watsr.JloflpUI. .
| when the slipped from history was completed -- 507 .
gun -- .
'Might truck a hammer of the only a few days ago! and had he I Bakery Products Beverages-- -_-_-__--_ ___ ,254 28 .. In North Central .'Iorld,. Refreshing asa prink "

nit Striking the truck and caua-r I lived( a short time longer publishers Bottlers and of Confections ----- --- 1.. 56 4. Gainesville Alachua county i ing

"t It to discharge. Dager was said he would have seen the,, Candy cows) -------- ..-1.098 158 county hospital. @J!

1Ir1I ck in the thigh and an artery ) fulfillment of his dream a history; Dairies (10( or Fisheries more ______ _. __ __. .--.-- 298 24 Lake City-Columbia County lone rdst

... severed. '1\1 ra. Dager was 1 that so far as they knew never before Commercial Vegetable canning & preserving; ---:' 111, 3 Lake Shore Hospital; U. S. Veterans D.Ikba e

bonded in the face and head by' had Seen attempted. Fruit & Corn Mills ____..--- -----. -='d40' 44 Hospital No. 63. 1I'i; i

*! Ii shot but It hot thought to4lerlously Grist and Manufatcurlng ---- -------. --- ,154' 12 ,Ocala Marlon county Mun\ 1r

hurt. I Orlando-The magnitude of the I Ice Cream ____ ___________-$---. -00;.. 189 20 roe Memorial Hoapltal.'palatkaputnam .

1 } Florida fern Industry, particularly Ice Manufatcurlng Packing _______________ ______.1. .--.' 24 1 County,. Park.

f Winter Garden-After trailing Its scope In th) central section Meat Cigars ________________-. -. 305._ 6 view Hospital.Mwlklnu .
'tie' alleged cattle thieves twenty I'' of the state was revealed here I Tobacco and General only) ____ -------,. ..' .!-.1:275; : 21 1'luntn Grown lTSTAIIKH
"e Friday when Nurseries ( 8 Citrus aurantlum, var. slnensU
miles from near Mount Dora Hlbbard Casselberry, Including bulb & fern grow -- 110

.? Lake county to, the shore of :president of the Winter Park Ferneries Florists (not and curing _____________ -' --\9 5 3 Sweet orange, flavor.

JM] Johns la Orange county dep- addressed the Orlando Chamber Moss drying Manufacturers _____*__-___ -- 4T' 1 Cossypium harbaceum Cotton. ,

Sheriff and Chief of police of Commerce. The fern Industry Mattress! and sails ______ ----- -- 94 1 absorbent protective

hroted: owl this city Wednesday ar- which is now only in an infantile Tents Commercial, awnings Printing __ _____ _____.. ...- '279 17 I LlqukUmbar American stryaclflu, Stimulant- Swee,

t of the men. the third es- period In this section. Is I and Periodicals _______-_ -- 244 34 Btorax gum
'-Din'" K after bringing in 1,000 Alta- Newspapers: ________ 1)4'' 4 expectorant. Diuretic, antUpetlc.
a running gun fightja a jay at Newspapers __________ IIor .mlnt, COL1 c
Chief Brown. The men had 'monte Springs Longwood anil i Tally Barrel Staves and Hoops --4_.. ,-,- '5 ," 22 Monarda punctata ,COCAIM7TTIJXG

he a cow from' Lake Winter Park alone" the speakereclared I Cooperage: and veneer ____._____ -- .- :__tot: 68- 18 antiseptic, antbelmentlc.Longleafedpine co. tea.
Inge kilo and were said to be prepar-I I'' "while at the same time I Mlllwork Baskets .________________.., -- 11. 11 Finns paluitrls base In-plasters. d
butcher the animal when the price now being for the I 1- .14 ,7 (rosin), J #
--------- -f" Man rN1T
Mills --- ; ti -
hie Planing ----- petatum
'.. tame upon them In a thick- product are higher than. ever be'-: and Blind -------__J-.. .-; 32"' 4 Podophyllum TO 0T waaaa IT I.
Doors chologogue. GOOD
T D e tore l Sash, ; 15 drake Cathartic .AD TO as
two & the L
prisonerwho aa,. history I ot the enter- ____ .:. 26 .
4e4 Shingle Mills _, --------.-- --- ": mmuIU"-CaalOl' bean.
n 'nrchid :
ames aa Enell and Swe r- (Concluded on page 7.) Mills ________-_____...._.-___, SIS- .3 114SaW


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. f _____ ___________ O \fanat -,Citrus trip for' ManLake Worth .J l-:

BUiJ-nJHotel;; Lon-dm i a'> e-Saruttn. section ,,stlmated at county brldg,. .t.
Canadian Pacific to in |
I Ipl '
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r 01 > million boxes thN_season here to o '(';an t b:< I t''mI

; SocetvAJ3US i o "p( ;o j I I..- ...... ... ... ,---- .... ----.-. - --;,. \

; $ I'HKK WYVN AM MH. 11 Uobcrtn. Mrx Charlie I).nklm" undMIH : : '.

iiI>llii: > 1)1'\C.\\ MlUltIM: j T. Moons All membersof t tI
1 oS' ('IIIUST I.\S )).\Y nrr I
the buptf'r, tordlally urged in, Iw i

#, A beautiful event of the hollda; attf'nd.YII1 ._ 1/ ': I I r f(
l --- --
waa the marr:ago of Miu Fn.se' Rltll)4II'e11LTY ti : IE'e' I

Joyce! Wynn and Mr. Thomas K:3I-| '- : I J It 4I 4a t
v y red Duncan, at high noon Churl.t-. A delightful bridge l parly was j

mas day In the Baptist church i irtamplon at .given by Mr. and Mr*. A. Z. Ad. i

'; Her W. 13. Itk'ksi iKewberry ot Mils at their home Friday night ,

: a former i.as lor of ttItrlda h,?" to their night dub.IB .
i performing the intareslli (; I Christmas green and bowls of

f' ceremony. I.narcissus were used effectively In I

The simple yet effective: Avrnntlons decorating I tho lower floor of the x e a A New Year to Crow AboutWe :

were In green and white, po it-. home where the guests spent an y yt

( ''t1 ted ferns and white narcissus belr IB; enjoyable evening, at the close of i

k f artistically arranged to form a which, Mr. J. C. Robinson andy aren't Crowing because 1928 was a success.
r background for the bridal part; Mrs K. M. Johns were found to I
}y, While the ceremony was being pe r- hold top score ful year, for us, but we want to thank you who

J formed< the bride and groom slou ll', I The !hosteRH) served a sweetm made it so by your patronage and good will. To t

under an arch of green fro Iour..e. to thrf following: old to cherished friends
our friends our new and t
1 I 'Mr. amiMrs. 1 which was suspended a white ve ding bell. In charge of the de,
d orations were Mrs. W. D. Alexaiu j. Mrs J. p Idoblnsonr" / gain, we wish a Happy New Year, and an abundance t

er, Mrs. A. A Durden Mrs. Mai of _We will foe
1l.M. s, I.NNTAI.VH: 0)0.) good things. hope we permit. t
tin Mrs. William Maxwell an 10 I
l ; I Allan) Reba Maxwell I}'iri.KH.MOMIAYMGIIT; ted to serve you for many years to come. ,

Before the entrance of the brk i-1) t ti
| Monday
o. Next evening at 8
III ''I al party, Miss Mildred OIH,, accon 1- o'clock p. m.,. at the regular meeting -

panted''I Love by Miss You Ethel Griffin, san\* of the Starke Chapter of the United 5 & 1 lOc Stores, Inc. ,

Dawning" As a processl,4'A It Order of! Eastern Star, the instal- i
t trtti latlon of ollleers for the new FLORIDA
year I STARKE,
Mint Griffin played Lohengren'a
l :
will take') place, and all members I
,ern s ,
wedding march, while during th .4+ i
t and their families are. asked to be Ltacffr- ? ArriNGiR LOCOMOTH/V in Stern ft EMIOIIVtE
ceremony "Trairmmerl" was sofly 1 : J'; \ ----------,-_.- ----
] played, and atter the marring/:e" present Mr. E: W Beau/ K. c.. Presidentand don for a Canadian Pacific: Jhotel to
p M chairman ot the Canadian Paclflo warrant Its existence. if & ,:..._ -
notes ? --- --- --'-------'- --
,. 1 the triumphant of Mendel I.t Railway Company recently! announced Mr. Bratty. Has staid that the : ; ;: .=... = =- ,_ I.
.... .1. / --
fcsohn'a Wedding march rang ou + .................: : .;>"
r that the Canadian Pacific would build Pnlllser Hotel. la Calgnfr will be en-
VSdt *LS a recessional. '. tl!'\ : "a .H /1-1W 1f.o 1
1. Rising : n new hotel In London in the near larged when condition warrant nand ",/0lek' I I '
The bride never looked lovelle, ......1.. Norman. Cor. future. adding to its string of hotel that the Royal |orb Hotel at :air
than In her wedding costume o L from the Chateau Frontenao in Quebec Toronto will be the fliem hotel ID I i iI
1 thrush brown crepe hack) satin I, ,.....N.N.N....N.N.i to the Empress Hotel in Victoria the BrltlHh Empire. It will oe open g k1. ??EATTS, R6 r;DENT I I II II II
w President Beau, was on a tour with for business In mld-eui'ner' ot 11/l1J/: s CANaDIAU 'PACIfrC tI I
v which entiemblisuHo
was a stunning ei Mr. and !Mrs.\ W D !McUae and .
1 tin director and stated that while Starting from the C:hate u rron-
trimmed with French appli family of Palmetto, are visiting the location in London had not DeeD tense In Quebec the Cai.ulnm" Pnrifl'. Mr Bcntty, nt 41, !succeelctl' the I
jucd lace She wore a close fit tin K friend and relatives here this announced. a decision would be made now hoe thirty mllllol dollars north, late Lord Shannhne'ijy as the tii utot
turban of gold lace with a tour!h 1 week: *>on. The hotel will be constructed of' hotels Including th Plsre Vlier the Canadian Pacific Railway. a im-

of brown and accessories to match 11 ti i Mr. and Mrs: H. II. Lewis and no that It will oe popular with Cnnn- Montreal: the rto"al Alo'anu3: wins ,lion dollar cor porn lion. Hue comp:: : ry
and carried a huge bouquet of yellow two daughters, Edna and Thelma! fans: and American Malting London nip,,!;: Hotel S'lskatrlle.an. fengma.Pall'ner : I II has recently coniplcttd the mi''uii'
Canadian Pacific ships sail from : Hotel Calgar: Cinfprin 1 passenger locomotive in the Dn'ixr I
i chrysanthemums. 'left Sunday on an extended visit .Ivcrpool and Southampton as well a'torn I Hotel. Bnnff.: Chat,.t. I ske i.ouice. Empire!: length nearly' 100 feet ntKnKlKht .
t The matron of honor, Mrs. Phil- to Ft. Meade, where they will othrr British porta, and President Lake Louise: I'otel V'f} iuuf vgnrouvcr ''I,, ;: 424.000 pound! This and 'In' !
Ip Francis MaguIre, of DeLand> spend the holidays with relatives.t Bentty feels confident that ,here ''I and tbs EI"rl'" "' Ilb.d at I other Icicomot: ol fie sane\ tt "I..
wore an elegant gown of mldnlRlii, Misses Inez and I t.h1Icnae! will DO sufficient patronage 10 Lon- I Victoria. uu: betccu M..uttial t"'id TOIUL.I.U. I I

blue crepe de chine, and cnrrlei:I and Mr. Charley Jackson were vlsItlng .___,__'___ n .___ "_ II II I
nn arm bouquet of pink carnation. Miss Iris McRae Sunday aft '< farmers to utilize fertilizer In
u Mr. Duncan was attended by hit! itertioon. x FarmersPlay ::1. .as I

brother, Mr Aubrey Duncan, ol t Among those who attended (the Inquisitive their production operations. MichIgan -

Lake Butler. I Christmas program last Friday aud Texas showed 60 percent; TIME WON'T WAITIf

; Mra. L>. A. Wynn, mother ol f f evening from Starke were: Misses Scientific Role Vermont 54.7 and Mississippi 52

I4' } the bride, wore a handsome dram'I. Kdiiu Stansbury, Iva Boyd and In South Carolina, where farm-

: @ It ;' of navy blue flat crepe combined l Cnrtez Andrews.Misses Own Tests ers have used fertilizer many years you sow the seeds of solvency from a lank
At tl with georgete, which was made according Dolly and Lillie McRae By Making: the percentage was 11.3, the lowest -

iii ; to one of the" latest mod. were visiting Miss Iris McRae I ---_ << of any state. Others in which Deposit Book, you'll be sure to reap a harve-t of

Hs. Sunday nffarnnnti. low percentages were shown are: profit.,
Nertets of 'Iho Holt Alf Nonnlil llMuiiy '
After the ceremony the newly, Mr, arid Mrs.; uM, L. Lewis and 1 I ) fnctureis and agl'lClllllrat'f'xten/ Hhodo Island 12.1 ; Oklahoma, I I
I Florida I'nriut'iv, HurThat
1 44 married couple drove to Lake But family spent! Christmas In Plant t ,. H'v'ul". Blon services: generally encourage 12.5 ; Iowa, 18 and Florida 20.8. The Savers are the people who get credit when

!' Jar to the home of Mrs. L>. A, Dun City with relatives. ( ) I farmers to make tents He states I they need it-and usually don't need it.

tan, mother of the bridegroom,,, Mi''antt Mrs L. E. Haltwangerand Tallahassee-Ford agency will! I '
t > farmers have scten1 I that manufacturers know from
a experteure
t: And were guests at an elegant din are visiting relatives many i( erect new building on site of former :Many men and women having accounts will us
that .
ii rI, tier given In their honor. In the, Gainesville this week itic' or Inquisitorial turn of mind theifarmers Who test residence. at 304 Monroe stieet. i I are daily strengthening their financial foothg.
S i fertilizer oa h4s..oown farm learns
III indicated by the results of asurvey .
afternoon they left for a, honeymoon )Xrs.V.. D. McRae and Mrs. M:. .
t more accurately (he of !NOTICE
trip to South Florida.: I, J. McRne 'were visiting at the of over 48,000 farmers 1 III I analysis' Start an account today A small amount stakes
nitrogen and
phosphoric acid -
34 states who personally and
lfr The bride In the oldest daughter i home] of Mrs. It, M McRae Sunday were In complete fertilizer that his Notice of that meet In it of Credt- 'I a good beginning and you will be surprised t> see
t uniformly interviewed by repre lure In the iJlntrlct Court of the
of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Wynn, ofi1' afternoon- :
Hampton. She was graduated from '\ sentatlves of the National Fertilizer -' soil. needs a produce the most prof-,I t'nlted States for the Southern DIsitrltt how fast your small'savings grow to large I
I' Misses Inez and Margaret Car itable yields. Mr., Brand says that of Florida. In IHankrnptcy. I
u the Bradford county hlgtf: school, association.The In the matter of C. U Roberts j I amounts.
michael and Mr. Mac Carmichael i
survey was 'made during the when a farmer makes a tests! usually trading an Roberta. Dry floods Co., ,
'r and has since taught in the schools '
t a of this state;. she la an unusually and this section Carl Rosier last Friday were visiting evening.Mr. VIn. past summer to obtain a compre the increase in yield tilt hastening also\! as, of Roberts Htark, Everything"Florida in you the I IVelir One dollar will start you on the way to saving i
of maturity or the Improve- or Bradford tstrlct afor
I henslve picture of the "wlia, county -
attractive of the
t young woman and Mrs. Joe Ingraham and ment in quality so Impresses him sat bankrupt. We will appreciate business.
where,. when, who, how and why"of : your
f;, ; ,1 brunette type, and has a host of family Jacksonville, were Notice IK hereby: given that on December
from the use of fertilizer In the prlnclr.nl that the thereafter uses more and 14. 1928 the naicl debtor wart I
t 41 frleuda( who wish all good things visiting Mr. and Mrs J. N Norman better fertilizer. duly adjudged bankrupt and that You will appreciate the saving and protection
I for tier and lier young husband SundayI consuming areas of the coun the first meeting of Bald creditors
: Mr. Duncan also attended the II.II. Judging from the survey. Kan- will be< held!! In 305 (Iraham Hulldlntt. to your money. I
I The friends of Mrs. J. C. try.Of
? many sas' farmers are most inquisitiveas Jacksonville, Florida: on December
all 8., and Is now a student of theUniversity Lewis with her In her the 48,095 farmers who replied 24, 1928, at 10 o'clock a. tn. at which, '
sympathize to the question "Have you to how their' soils respond to time said creditors may attend, :
of Florida In the law
bereavement over the loss of herI ever made any comparison with orwlthou fertilizer' 78 per cent of: those Interviewed prove their claim, appoint a trustee : BANK OF STARKE :
t3 r
department. ,
I mother, Mrs. Drlggers, which occurred examine the bankrupt and transact
I l reporting tests to com-
Out of town guests at the marriage 111'Fort ( fertilizer? 771)) were 'In such otherbuslness an may properly .
i I Sunday morning
the results with without come before Bald meeting
I 'k were Air. and Mr*. Inorgtt<< Florida I pare an I Service '
h Myers: ]>at JaekKonvllle, Florida December The Brink of Helpful
I'ertlllzer. I/owerer, the numberof d'u I
A compilation of all the allsI 1528.
Marks Mr. and Mrs. P. }< MaKulr'e ,
., 4 interviews in Kansas was comparatively Bee that your claim In properly I DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENTVV
of Florida farmers shows SAFETY ,
| wers
r : ? Mr. and Mrs. W A. Scott, rColttraets, for new building and "' executed and flied with the Referee' I
'r all of DeLand; Mr. and Mra Oar engineering work awarded In Florldi that 20.8 per cent have made tests ] small, though; the high otherwise ;you will not participate in I II I
f \. November on their farms to determine the percentage I is thought by Mr. dividends, i II''. --- -
i,, land Parnell, of Tampa; Mr. De- during Involve MORGAN F. JONES ----------
------ '
Witt C. Jones and daughter, Miss 1 ,2.a1f.300; a report released by effect of fertilizer. applications asaddition,33.4 ]Brand- to indicate, a desire by Kan- H. Iteferee In bankrupt _---'-- ---- ----- .

,? Elise Jones of Gainesville; K. O. ,the IF! .iVff) Dodge Corporation ..nn'nnpo.1"'''I'''' Q..,' wit no f a rtlllz a. In .- H -, -- -'
fit Duncan, Aubrey Duncan. ,MIss shows.* The amount represented per cent said they :' ;, r' "
Carolyn Duncan, Mr. and Mrs. C. a loss, f 2tf per cent from October, had made tests of different kinds .J .,' I rl" .. C

A. Roberts Jr., all of Lake/ Butler ''and.f.drop of 14 per cent from and amounts fertilizer, ,. thus indicating ." : ... V

!l 1N' ;; Mr. and Mr. F, A, Scott, Mr. the contract I total of November last that many 'farmers mak '' "'. i : ,

And Mrs J. T: Quigley, Mrs Lila year. >Analysis of the November use ot the best research method :4'... f. : : 'to,< (:. ',' ... ,:' ; .'
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k t. Griffin, Misses :Ethel J: Griffin and recordt'for the state showed the known to scientists--xperementalon. .' ... 'V6.n. ; .., ."....... .. o.if' ,,,, ". "..;' "
.ot, ,
S Mildred Gill\, Messrs.\ Owen, Griffin. following classes to be worthy of "" ',".."... i .- :, 'r', ."> ',"';/,>>',,,,,", '. . .. ,, .. ..'., .
and J. D. Doyle. I mention : $3,744,900 or ,60, per Of the 48.055 farmers In 3,4 '' V
cent t4( all construction for. public states; who replied to the above : '' r ()l1i to'u : .
L ', IRl4. C.tltLKTON: HONOHRDIT works and, utilities; $1,373,400, question, 37.1 per cent, or nearly ..t ci (h'c'w- tl ,,: :: : !;f>;5, tl ;

---'-- buildings; $444,000 or 7 per cent, eats with and without fertilizer, : *'' .. ... \ !. .t't'' .. "..,.
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Honoring Mrs. Russell C. Carle. for! social and recreational .,ro- and 3a,4: per, cent, or about three > ';: ', 1> :'>, 1 i t ton, wife of Rev, Carleton former fect5"and'$383,200; or 6per' cent, and one- alf out of ten, Bald they '1" ) '",' i !-:, : ;.JeHe't.' ( l Q''l'} eh"1 ldllibQ\ {\' iw: :.t rr, '. {j .. I I4IY :

i ;pastor of the St. ,Mark's Episcopal fog\cfjnraerclal buildings Lad tested different kinds and .:>.. :. ,., L ; ,'. i -"''; .:I ",:"}, ,> .
church, who; has recently been .. j }* :; '. '. .. :" .
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amounts. I, '- i+ :; "
r tl9 transferred to take charge of the Orlando-Orlando factptplestabllehed of .... 'Ii'V; <", .'.. ff.fqffout; ; / t 'I; ; ,
canning Commenting on the replies .t. ,. '" ,.' ( ( << ., I5 tr:
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I parish of Qirist Church at Montlcelll here employs 300 armers: to this question, Charles .' "jC./: .." .J..," r: /- ,"*.\ M. ,' '' ,
t, /, Florida members of theWomen's Per )I1.r.; q" r. Brand, executive secretary and .\SY. .tI' I' ... ."' ." ', .
of St. Mark's Hastings FertlHer ).9'.1\\ 1 : ,," .,". December 28th ,, 1928 I ri
) Auxiliary ) ; Farmers of this vicinity treasurer of the. National "qv: '
:1.01" i. .
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Guild entertained last Monday, '' planning establishment ofcreamery Washington, D. C., I ,,,',1/1/ I. ; ". ,J'.,' <, :i"" .., ." '.... ..,:; )1
"' Dei. at farewell dinner ,,;'r .:. ... ., \
v t 17tU a at < here. oints out that fertilizer\ manu- I ... \ .. o 1". J: '. 'P, _
,; .
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r the and Black Tea Room. ... c' ".... 't' .
Orange I .':'I.:.... ".. .' ....I .. .... _.,
?l. The long table was centered "."t,..f' ".-......'...A I '*.' .. ... .
with"a small Christmas tree and s I ,. '1t;., t V'' ; 1.g.' .,. I .'L "' ::11, '1.it \I.,
I .r ..
dainty place cards of holiday design V 'ti'f: I ...rToOur.Patrons-ToEveryb'ody : ;.' '. :f;;': :1\
marked. the places of the '. ': .
; ,.1'1' -' -- & r,.
Her .''
guests where an elegant three- ,Companionate MarriageA ; .' : :.a. 'l., ,. .

4 coui'se' dinner -was" served.After' I '."? ''t :m4; .Please permit us. to send you our personal. :-f. j

speeches,'Mrs.several O. L.impromptu Deasley, president 3-ACT COMEDY WITH HOME TALENT i : :. .. ', 71! greetings best wishes, and't'olbe"privilegad /' '; _'. ;' .

in. her pleasing manner pre- I ,,:.(, '" to say that we are most gratetul ,to those 1'

.'l tented; to Mrs Carleton ah embroidered t Wt.'" who have so'liberally patronized: .ust in the .

r luncheon set, a gift from i II t. I' not wd also' ''extend our 4' -
the Auxiliary, and at this time.Individual : Starke: School Auditorium\ :.; t past ; to :those who have ,.

l gifts were presented. %.0'j ,IV'R. i : ,. ; sincere greetings for your happiness now and ; ;;.

I Members present were; Mr.-J. t'; ,4 'i' forever. ) -. ':
"//1:" ) '. > f; .
8. Malpat. Mrs. T.
Alderman .;
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t; :Mrs. R. J. Davis, Mrs. Geo. C.Kruse. Friday December 28th '.." '. FM f j . Mr0. j t .. May the new year be a happy and a prosperous II' ;",
I Mrs. W. J. Illffe. : L. : 'r-f \ : .. t
BWley, Mrs. JL._ Fraiee, Mre: : : t I,'I t one to each and everyone of you is our sin- -'}' I! ,,

I Edwards Burnt! ; Mrs. J. C.: l oYer'l .\. J yr4.j :' ".;cer'e wish. r tq e'<
Mrs. Taylor Belcher,. Mrs.: ,|, ) 0 DIRECTION OF K.; F. DEMOREST \ '. I '" ::t

Young, and the honoree Mrs. I ; ; \ ANDREWS STORE ,
;: I V'V ,. : : ; ..,. !/'*,

r 'Carleton. .::- 1. Auspices Juniors and Woman's Club Fund I .. .., .'','/ .. .

I V. D. C., WILL MEET I '. ..i'tJ': "

NEXT: WIIDNKSUAY: : ..:nu .r 'n.... .. ;.(;...,. .. .. ,.'. ...
t .. .
i Large Peppy Chorus, .of Pretty Girls I ..A..,:.,, ;; ,;; ..," J"'J. .' ,. ... .. .: ... t',.,
I .. .
The W. 'T, Weeks Chapter, V. f !;! D. C, will meet next Wednesday """ 'PI ".N .. 'r.
PRICES: : 25c Children; 50c Adults .. V I',
afternoon, January 2nd at three- .,... rl ." V ,. '. n" _. .. .
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thirty, at the l home of Mrs. O. W. ,. .. '' .. I ,,,. .. .;) ."..., ..-
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Itoberts.ln Lawtey Hostesses: Mrs I -- --
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ro OU'PD, ST.m". arLOR1I/' _.. _- ._ ._..-
1D2M ,, ._ iciness ,\ t i""Ll i i !1',i .<.{ :, i"(i.I nl Y work pi ',
-- ---- "- -c57J--'c5U- :;? -"Z5- --Z5 4(:'hriamas day In .J (:kho-n-\'ii <" n \\t hI Mrs T. J a. Mr J r. Cpea.ng utS "' .'1! rt Serves. as / :; I u-ii'dHiiiK I'al.ldly| i '

c:5 Zr25d5'u Urlffln. I and tor. L'Ktta:: 1 Mil.uighU ; Fort :\fy..rH (i: I 1C SprurerInr
Mr and MrS. WSJ. ClorlMT : In Salj.! ;Beauty: SpecialistTaut .
mJ --, .- ---- K !I. Johm i- : I ptttti new .store at \tst\ : Malt nl.
little I and Mrs. r"b.. \ .' vKltot ,. : : : fteeil i '
Mrs. R. G. Allen and I ____ BrHioks.'lll KiunkllUH ( 0.
Bet ofti :laughter of Sts teeboro, Georgipnt to Jackson t Thursday I -- will commence operations at n wplant

rurlUI'ur\ here ou December
Tn I her I
Saturday Starke of
'" Mr. andJackouvtli >larvey Long 15

-r.' Hint, Mrs P. M. Barefoot.. < II.t'nllhl/t/ I tho Lake Worth Bids opened for 11

I/: ; ( ( -----.--.- week In St Itlt MI''. LonnBMra rebuilding City Hall. vs''
(.. caConcerning j. J.. ,j "/ f'Ii' Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer. Ilollel/o-/ parents Mi! W. M! I Ed-' Lake WorthNew barn Win be 4

holiday ward. constructed to house county equip
tort of Ralford, were
Our People, Business and < uesti(; of Mr. Holaendorf's parent8, Judge- -HImd -. -A. -Z.- Adkln- ,.. :, men Winter t. Hav -$60.000 new
and Town. j '
Progress of the County klr. and Mrs. C. S. Holiendorf. chlldro it Christmas day canning factory will be established G

I In; Jack on' Sth Mrs. Ailkiny. ,,' here to take place of former

I Nathan Prevatt.. of Darlen, Ga., mother, Mr! Kdwards and r' 'r i plant destroyed by storm.

SiSis- nnnns7C7S744S7CaC7S .. i.wI.tTli14R I.pent the holidays In Starke with Mr. and Mr nrtggs : West! Palm Bench-Completely

: : : KKrOUTMr : Mr. J. H. Laa'rencee.promin, 'ils parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. H, -' I ronovatml! Arcado/ Theater opened. Ni

11Ie man of Ke-yatone (II lelgli P. J who' ban b'en
_._ business ... 1 L'revatt.L Mr. ,
Max Min. preclp.l ,was a visitor to starkeTFrlday ipendlng tb"> I several months 1r

10 q9 29 ____. _i R. Gainey and daughter, JI.Ills!! In Clnclnnai with relative '' f< 'j J A % k

11 +67 34 -I Thomas Gill, of Car !befle,. Is .Lois, and L. W. Sowell of Brook- has return! ,. fcirke and is with'I [GENT WORD

t2 73 46 1t3": :-T.I I spending the week',1a $ ,}'kJ IWlth ;er, were visitors to Starke Monday lie daughtt }\ J.. J. Mullen, b '
7Ii -- --- -
'14 13 78 57 1:ii3 mother, Mrs. Fay Gill.Ca111s I.fternoon. Mrs. Her). Retch, Mrs )n. d t I COLUMN -

6 68 46 _I v i i.." '. Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Lang of J. Davis and Von ;.. i Madge Middlirlfltn 1 1WednesdaY' r-'UK.: KKNT 7-room house good! Ma

16 61 48 T.t1 Mannings ot, j\c qqvl1le. acksonvllle, were holiday guests and EI. spent la8t condition on M.idlKon street it. I

75 62 .06'1 spent Christmas day 'jn !Starke with Df Mrs. Lang's' parents. Air i amI > Gainesville! with I A Oreen 11-j.ir... t ; ,
64 folks. .' aF '/I \It 'rlenda. -- --
18 home Irs. L. V. Moore.
39. ,- -'-- VOH UK I NT: Small ottaK nun
19 62 -----
20 60 47C. -' Miss Fannie Lord Is enjoying! a Mr. and Mrs. J. M, Davis spent Mr.\ and ": ihn Batsden and block\ from, paved street U O.UII/ 1

21 66 39 .15 .visit In Clearwater the guest of !I\ :hrl tmas! day in Willtston with Itte son. 01 cola, were holiday per month .U ,J. liavln. 11-30-tf.
58 38 and Mrs. Chas. II. Pettenglll. lIr'I' Mr. and Mrs. guests 14ah e, 22 Ir. Davis' parents, 'pit( HALM- A faint for rent or
., 23 54 29 V.; C. D vls. t'nta. Mr. n\ i iten. SV.. W Hal ale at Theresa, "'111", ou easy

.'. 24 64 35 .08 j Miss Madeline Uaunt, of Gain i .---- i terms to reliable parties. Apply

,'. 25 58 43 rllle, spent the holidays In Slarke Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Randall of --. -- I on premises or Theresa pustonire. -

Total ___-----.----- .29 with relatives. I 'ampa. spent the holidays In Mr. and It. V. ,M.. Wlmber Fred C. Siuuil.linii. 12: -

-- ttia ---- -- StaTke' with her parents, Mr. and: and> little t 11.1!, l r. spout Christ-I 21-2t:

f t I B. R. "'Ukovlkti Iland with Mr.\\ -- -- ---..- .-'-

Mile, was a holiday guest of Mind Vlmberly's ,' a, Mr. and Mra. J.( It LOUlT) & CO, Lave a tmud l "

and Mrs. 0. W. Shaw, Ham Mrs. E. S. Matthews. Miss Louise Pitts who Is one ofthe H. C. Wlmlv) I Hue of furniture clothing, lulU '

i December 23. --- Call In and see u*. '
girl: I -- Hampton school faculty, was --- -- and Blioes. '

f Mr. and Mrs. Austin WinkleIrke Mrs. Lucy Powell spent the hull-< a visitor to Starke Saturday af- Mr. and \\I. t. S. Johns amI 12-2. 8-11. .. -.---__ .
25th"' : gl'1. r(
and Powell Lik. viNIt-i iarenta. >nktrln's Chicago salon' of A)9T--A large
*- ttoiwrs. Tate Avery / Oreen> of I .itler, were utptrvHH.. Rrrrt: nil. vlslti.ra to Minr. "
at Klckllter's.I. ;;. I ._- *' \ all Mrs. R. V. Turner and nsc Mrs. John, !' Mr and b 'uul)'. insct.'Mine. llcliMU Rut-lnlrln.. + ..fNFW .... vn .iiKi of Trlxle, ,disappeared!

wed rye Mr. and Mrs \\'. M.Valnwrli!(! IIttl" son nd daughter. Miss Lollie. 1I Irs. W.:If. ,'1.1, Christmas day I Il..a'y eminent Polish sculptress, PnvelTscholltchev Christmas' eVil nlaht Reward of- t
modern buslnibo > the lufornntlrtn. *-
.:. yORK.-Can: teed l for return or any
In Jacksonville '
Jacjivllle shopping 1I0liday
I. Boyd was a visitor to were of Sumner, were the Russian painter '
Q. modern aitfMadttmn
I combined with Mrs. N T. It Itrh. 12-1 sy -
\ Monday. I vlonday. :.: guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. n Johns. Rig'' 1\\ \10 has a position Helena nublnntclu. pioneer Boils Lovf-Lor Mario Vlvee the

--- ._- wIth the1\" tn Railway i Nx-+ i among beauty authorities, whose Spanish Murlllo. Mnrcoussls anp ,Hallrha. ,-,, !. J" r -- -- -

Jit A" Wells of Jacksonville was Mr. and Mrs. llogan Smith, and Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Hall of Jack- fTel'lll Co. i I" Christmas day carter of making and keeping wometi++ lenders of the P'renclDoder'n* I"OUNTwn\ hint clogs/ femllll'M '

to Starke Thursday.. children, of SampBon City,. were jnvllle, spent Christmas day In with his pin' ',I.> Mr. and Mm J. I :bpn'itlful has made her one of the i let school Ell Nadlemnru JoaepnIIr'hl. Owners ranaulmala "I'l'lIr
Maltor I IMrs. Cremln, Henry Runs. at my place.
'isltoro to Starke Monday aft world richest' women and whose ,
Hall'H parent
with Mrs.\ J. Rigdon.
arks / and
I then paintings sculptures hy idun placing
of art "By
| A n. Williams spent Fi toon. er \,&$ Mr.[ and Mrs. L. S. Itutto. Hobby is collecting rare objects and objects of art in my salons for I Ills mlv I.. U. Starting;,
friends. -- I e.; ,,, ;of; Jacksonvlll 'aellevea It can. feel
JacksonTllle\ with _-- p. K. I ," said Mine. Rubinstein, 1 2-2H-21"
run I btnute on the Rut Starko.
Mrs. Schell Byrd of; (Ciruhar, Lai his mot Her salons de well at .. -
Miss Grace Wood, of the was a hoIUin+ 'at of FIUIbourn St. Honore. ""rla, at 8 \dial 1 am forcing art--modern .a #

|Mr. and Mrs. Robt. F. Demon and Mrs. WlHIe Price, and little tey> school faculty, is spending ber ('v, Mrs. P, I I Canova. Mras I P'Itty-seventh Street New York, on I\nclrnt--lIpon the attention ot the ITUAWniCllUY: I'lClnHS-Wnnl; +a

I'nt i Friday In Jacksonville. on, of funnel!, were visitors (to icntlou in Starke with her parents anova nU=' 'I ,,' a guest her, North Michigan boulevard. Chicago moneyed Individuals who frequentmy one or two>> largo famlllos to '

itarke Wednesday .afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Wood other, Mr \\I\ I Alvarez of Joel In London. Philadelphia. Vienna. establishment women would with plentyof never move) to farm during wasou lo _
I cans, all sizes at, Kiel, -' -- anvllle. [tome, Berlin Melbourne, Australia, money who otherwise withIt. help harvest strawberry crop.Need .
:Syrup 1 become acquainted
r's. I Mr. and Mrs Taylor tfelclu Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Mills and I II little ____ Tunis In a doyen other placed, are have. Because time to of the pressure of mod, ten or fifteen pickers and '

and Mr. and Mrs. D. T. Clark I I daughter, of Jacksonville, ilpent Mr. .and \I A. Davis went 'I monumentH blended' to her with belief bualnesa that beauty Mod- ern life so many women of wealth four or live pu<'lters. Boo J. U.

1 Cephus Harrell of Brooker, was pent Wednesday afternoon i In'' Christmas day in Starke with Mr.'and 10 FeruandI, 1118Y morning 40'pel111 Tiny rnlallo be furniture sculpture, point seldom visit art museums or ...allerlili.Out Norman on my faro near Hollhronn -

1 visitor to Starke Saturday. I ralnesville. I'' Fred F, Flume part I holidays with I ngs. ancient objects of art and they must come here especially' Springs: N. I 1r Waln-, ''
of '
-- --- I __ 1\11'. DavIs' 1" ", Airs L. A. nlvi" \' I ,,hlnRt and itutTs! of shining beauty those who. have reached the age wright 811.KKNT ..
Ami thesa are the women .. ,, -----
Brooker was a Williams Is spending Ibe.. them. maturity. --- "
J Clyde Cone,. of Yancy Mr. and Mrs. Robert Trask, and sr rom all over the world equip
depend .
Bialtiesa visitor ko Starke Monda; reek In Ocala visiting his uncle illdren, of Lakeland, were bollday : I IMI' Each one of her places boasts Its upon whom encouragement art and artiste exist- FOH -- Furnished apart-

and aunt. Ur. and Mrs. H. C. lIoz': guests of Mrs. Trask's moths and II A. Andreu, orStuaTt own collection which Includes some for meiit. J.F. Klckltter.. 12.28-hf. r'
;: finest piece of Ghana OrlolT. ence. ----------
J J. Land L. Morgan of Brooke: ler. Mrs. W. II. Perkins.. wet II.end visitors, toStarke of_ _the. _u________ made and repaired -
------- JOTICK:-Furnllure
jure. visitors lO|Starke Monday I -- ---. ------- ai, I I \\. e' ftccompaolt< ,
Fort Pierce-Snndlfold Shrlm I Is Thelm
Leslie Futch, of Leeaburg home by th "I jhtpr, Durembm1 2nd our Cabinet
of Dr and Mrs ; worked over
III. F. Merrill of Lake Butle: &; Packing Co., awards contract I lending the week In Starke with who 1y a Stud' 1 ..r l1radford I1lghSCbool been recent guests I irliedule changes and train will furniture work spticlultl.. All

is a visitor to.Starke. Monday. for erection of packing plant 1>1& grand-parents Mr. and Mrs. O. O. L. HuyiioH. while enroule to and boat '
| bere'l follows: Craftsman
visit I run as work guaranteed at r
Eunicelazen; ;-; I Miss Teety .Davis of Hllllar 'V. Alderman.Mr. __ I" Lake Worth for u Christmas Lia'nM. Shop Cherry street\ opposite! Ire li 1
Brookes ;
of I IIs with relatives.
I Jr. who Is a IItnIlenl Starke
IMIas T. !g: WIlI'm-'i No 1 southbound, duo 12- i
Stance White
i spending the week In I asthe Ms. ph""t.V.. N. prop ,,
Friday. ;
a visitor to |starke and Cyrus Slslruiik of of Webb, > 1'iiparatory" achooellbuckle 11.22 m.
guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. and L. K. Minor and p. 28-6t- .
Mr. Mrs. _. .
holiday guest j icksonvllle, were <'m i No. 11 southbound, due --- --' -
takenH fJr tailor-mad ":Inlght.Illlllard. Mr. anllMrs. wllhIIfs daughter, Pauline, of New Smy
Orders of Mr. Slstrunk's parents lirlHtman 1.1 u< .ii '''n intarke 11.18 a. m. Oil SALK.--5 horsepower motor
|ittit.\ Fit guar teell. M.\ Levitot'. I --Mai of BIrmingham, O. M. SIstrunk.. pBrenfI, {and Mrs T. >1':1.Illiams. : rna, "spent Christmas In Stark: No: :Z northbound due Sharks, 220 v, 3 phuHe 60 (cycle 1750 ;, i
pus with Mrs. Miner's mother Mrs
U-tf. .. "< '*,, Ilradford County ,
\. Inquire at
11.35 I m.
-- -- Ala., spent the holidays In Start Mr. and; Mrs. T. N. Llrabaugh of -- _---.. Laura, I. Powell and other rela No.a.12 northbound, due Starke, rpm.Telegraph a,,'

IIIN8 Pearl $ of Lawtey was with his parents, Mr. and. Mrs J. Lakeland, spent the holidays visIting Lester /, ,"I. I i a former. employee lives. 3.011 I p. m. ---.---- -- ---- I
atteron. S. Mai
|sltor;, to Tuesday pas.Messrs. relatives and friends 111 of \11i.I\I's< \ Drug Storiho --- ------ MmltiiliNo.

I ---- Starke and the State Farm. hits b. II 'ending; the past Rev. Iu! .H..ll S. Carlton of 3, Bouthb'ouml, duo Starko.,
___ K. M. and A. H. Johns, York has Monllrello. ar' ived the latter partof

Mr. Vernon LfeFlle, of Tampa, n.: C. Wall and (5 W, Alderman Mr. and Mrs.!! Earl Mlddlete several{turned mOllllNew to In., i l tome at ThereBH, I Ir last wet k for I a visit. here with l.BO No.a.107 in. southbound, duo Starke, Attention!

week-e.d In Starke with spenl Thursday duck shooting onthe his family lie was accompanied
eat south of Gainesville and little daughter, MarjorIe Sue aud Is a fr*'i"I '' '"' visitor to tarke'l 1:20: I p. m.
'ends.' prairies holiday guests ofDr. back to Moiulrello by his family, southbound due Starke,
.. of Cocoa were NI). 191
i --- fu
reside In the
-i will
.1 and Mrs. W. E. Mlddleton. and dauglite I where they 10:05 m.
; of Graham Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Davis amilldreu sMr O. A. Mn'11< '. : p.
Was Starke,
S. ture.
Riley of due
Versailles northbound,
mil .t.. No. 4
MIRs l
busne8- to Stark spent Christmas day at ._ call for all repairs -
flsltor ---- Please
is a Davit and Mrs. D. T. Clarke ofMiami Orarge Pat i> .II'|i "it Christmas day : 8.fII! p. m.
eunesday. Daytona Beach with Mr. of Mr* Marcotte tamIly. W. E. Yi'JbrouKi' nl Pittsburgh northbound, duo Starki
[ were holiday guests In Starke with, I 1114 I' No. 198
Mrs. B. F. .Smith arrlveiiSunday' upend the immediately as I VGA
---- --, arke'a parents, Mr. and 'Mrs. N. I Pa : to :45: p. m. ;

I.. J. Wynn, ff Hampton, wovlnltor --- D. Watnwrlght.Mr. __ .1.lr ... I Christmas vacation la Starke with I Ht"rk.> and l lV ,nno "
to Stark Wednesday atrnoon. Mr. and Mrs. Dale H. Vanslcke Mubi'l 1 and Pearl Mrs. Yarbr,t',,gh nnd their two little No. 101 leaves Starke 9:00: a. m im closing out my business -

of Gainesville were holiday guest daughters., Fay Louise and Starke 4:40: p. m '
Sher.Iff and Mrs. Arthur Rlgdon of dlah and Tlii-lmii\ Seals i:> of ned-I No. 102 arrives
of Mrs. Vanslckel's parents. who spending the RK"nt.A in Starke December'
Jacksonville, spent s'daywith ; tin tilt' of the i Mary Alice, are ThJAOrlinn. ,
ville, !spent
Mr. and Mrs. ""Taylor Belcher, C and Mrs. W. J. Epper on.I his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J.RIgdon. Starke with Mi and Mrs. winter with Mrs. Yarbrouglt'smother .
ire visitor to Jacksonville Mon- e I Mrs R. S. Fernandez GIst. Thank you.
Mr. and Mrs. C. .B. Hayes and iddtsh.
y children, spent the first of the -- -" "' frlen-;; in 'Starke of 1
-.l tits DeWitt C; Jones, ofGainesville Allun Canova, of Jack Th&;; uiany with Flowers
ofMr. I Levy and! it -
the guests Say
of week in
[ J. W Abernatlty Dayton Is spending the weekwLth ) nvllle and./l 'I Canova of 81igustine Mrs. Julla'.RImball., who is enJoyIng
ach., was a vlrftor to Stark and Mrs. George Keen. her parents Mr. and Mrs. A. -MHMH Christmas 1 InStarke a visit with relatives In Glendale Flowers For All

\uruday afternoon. --- Air her former home, will Iliffe
I M. Darby. theli mother, Wm. J. :
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E. Wilson, with ,
-- I 1\Irs'l sympathize }"'Ith her In the rocent Occasions

JMrs. J, P. Greeuway and llttlJin < of Cocoa, were holiday guests ofMr. and Mrs. J. W. Andrews Jr., Eunice 1C. i IIIIOVH loss by fire ot her beautiful home '
Ur. Jeweler
of Hampton. were visitors to and Mrs. W. L. Wall and In Glendale The loss was partly ,;.
Christmas day J Eastman< of Or-I '
Weeks and I children, Mrs. Julia II
father Col. W. T GodbeyAnderson
arke Saturday afternoon. covered by insurance!! Mrs. Kimball Gertrude
the home of Mrs. Andrews' accompanied by'her "I'' Steam
I In Lawtey at geburg: ,.
I Mr. and Mrs. John Ellarbee, and Mr. and Mrs. M, F. Hayes andchildren father, Mr. E. J. Roberts.!! sister, Mrs ueglster:to Starke of L'akeButler lallt of Insurance.recently reducing .: Pressing Co.

[tile daughter, spent last Thurs of Moorehaven spendIng --- wens" vmliora+ -
cott ofDeLand. ..
,y shopping in Jacksonville. II this week in Starke with Mr.and Mr. and, spent Mrs. Wilbur Christmas day InStarke Friday_, Among those attending the Shiv Phone III Waldo 'Fla..: Slarke, Florida "I"
Mrs. E. W. Hayes.
former's parents, for er-Moore wedding In Starke last
with the left Monday
Mrs. M. l.evlton
r. Wiggins of New River, wall afternoon were: Mr. .. ..
Wednesday ..
,h -
Scott. sbewill
A where
Mr.' and Mrs. Alabama, -
ness visitor to Starke Frin Mrs. James Shepard !is spending rmlnghaiii. Hon-ln-law an Oa. vIsitingher I visit her --- ,
this week In Ellljay, .
B. P. Brooks', of Jennings -
brother-in-law and sister, Mr.and ,. Mrs. J. E. Corpening Christmas and daugh-withher gutter; Mr U' '> Mrs. Hugh L.Drownlee and Mrs., Fla., Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Coleman Gas and 'Wood HeatersPERFECTION

Green Coves H. Ai Ellington tel'> spent the day .
Alvarez of Mrs. .11't
Nichols Miami. Mr. and Mrs. E.
parents Mr. and Mrs T. A.Brinson ,. "t iso
spent the holidays In K. Poke and Mrs. Oeo. W. Shiver "
has been of Hugh. Mrs. C. Knltci't' and her guest,
who A
Miss Ruth
|e with relatives. Mrs. E. 11.Johns >t' Jacksonville, J. II. Smith of OIL HEATERS
visit in Oavn, .
weeks MIs8 Teet
enjoying a several .
and Mrs. M
Williams of Lake earwter with relatives, has returned Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Knight, and Mrs > E. Corpenlng Pittsburgh, Pa., Mr.
I: Joe Hill
R. I). Alvarez
Mr. and Mrs. -
MllIses Lena Belle and Cleo Shepard ", .ilnesvllle Thurs II. Lang, DeWitt C. JonesIIARDWAItE
vIsitor visitors to
hitler her here.
,, was a prominent to home with relatives were P. Katz and Mr. and Mrs. .
> Starke during the week-end. I --- I spent Christmas day afternoon Sessions Parnctll of Jacksonville. '
Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Beailey at. Milliard.Ur. -
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>rman Ives of Ocala;; was visit spent the holidays in Tampa withMrs. Mr.[ and Mrs t.-'drge Alder.man --First unit of new 3-

? friends In Starke during the Beasley's parents, Mr. and I and Mrs. II. M. Snyder baverented had a family dinner part] nllllon Tampa dollar- packing cold stor- .. ,- --,- -,- .... .-
!in the Parks being ,.- -
an apartment their guests -
,lldays. Mra. A. C. Durden, ChrIstmas day leled. rag -
I bulldofng on Walnut street and willmove Mr. and Mrs George; C. White, Mr e D lentcom D

J. A. Abbott of Pittsburgh, Pa.,, J. G. Alvarez Jr., of Jacksonville there, January 1st. and Mrs. T J. Aids'rman and IItUedaughter nil J. E. Corpftiinff

ent several days in Starke last spent the first ftlJ4fIeek! ; ; InStarke andeons. Fuss K'ancla' and Miss STARKE FOLKS .. .., .- .-"..p.p.--- .- .- -- ,
and'Mrs. E. L. Blgg
,'ek visiting friends. I with his grand-mother, Dr. ee Mona and W.n'he< Alderman. -'" : :
Mrs. Lalla R. : I. Leslie and Bobby, atended ...J-.. :: -
Chaw. Williams HEALTH"YOU
The many friends of Dr. W. E.I -- .....Y.01)rt, the family reunion! at the home ofBigge' Miss M.lIelie, Instructor GEB.TWCr WAS IT WA.O Awl/ WHY OlOM'TVC30 I IN SOOO SHOULD DEU&KI
French at theWoman' < : ALL ME -/
Roberta BIK'
iddleton to see blm out Col. and Mrs. S. Qrsweepentholidays Mrs. I MEALTHV
are glad A. Duewest! SouthCarolina. A FINE You KNOW I I HAVE A
aln after a several days illlness.Mr the in Madison ,wjtb Mrs.Crews' In Lawtey Christmas. day. (College spend''iff' the holiday) SouPMOMDON'T LIKE APPETITE", ,,,
brother-in-law and: sister, THETONIC6'TFATt
DeWitt C. Jonesand 'StarVe''! with her brother andsisterInlaw. &Ptr4AC.HFO
Wilson and 1E'Kehis.' ; AT. and Mrs. in J ,
and Mrs. Horace .ro.dce and Mrs. J. nd Mrs. T. S. ARE RIGHT
Miss Elise and son, Mr
I daughter.
lldren of Gainesville, were. G-o TO
ra to Starke Monday. I.I-1 Miss May Peek'of Jacksonville Arthur Darby, At Gainesville, spentChrlltmas Wllliamll.Mr.[ Yl
Starke day in Starke with Mr*. '
Is spending the week In '
Mr -and Mrs. R. B. Alvarez and with her tster-ln-lawv; Mrs. lIarrlet Jones' parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. M.DarbY. and Mrs.: R.: L.I Epperson andUttle R, c ENINGS x

lldren, of Jacksonville spent the Peek and other relatives. daughter, Betty,were and Christmas son l s ro
( with relatives. L. Jr., of Jacksonville
days In Starke
I IS Mr.[ and Mrs. J. A. Saul spent UBS Ruble Mae Poppell, who Is i guests of Mr Hpperson's parent's. st
Waldo Mn". W. J. Epper-
H. Hundley and family have Ct.rlltmas day In Jacksonville with one of the faculty of the Sheriff and
and sister. high school. Is spendng: theChristmas son. .
entljr moved to the Bradshaw Mrs. Saul's brother-in-law -
UM street. Mr. and Mrs. S. V. Trlgg.allla vacation In Starke with '
on Cherry J M\v: had
; Parks
her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. It.. Dr. B. StoreService

Mr. and Mrs. George C. White, ? -Manning of Jacksonville Poppell.r.lrs. as heir guests during the holidays. Pure drugs pave the way to good health. A careCorpening's Drug
and 1
re visitors to.Jacksonville last spent Sunday In Starke with his Mr. and lira. Jack Edwards ful prescription service with prompt delivery that H 'ie Store"Starke
J. C. Manning. ;>f. B. Prevatt of OreenCove Mrs. K. R. Lane, of. Jacksonville
'''!'Wday. parentJI. Mr. and Mrs. A fountain of refreshing cleanliness.
I Springs is enjoying a visit And Mia*'llargaret Ballard, of Atlanta wins you. Fla.TED .

Prof.' T. B. Pinholster of Brook"U -!; here with her son-in-law anddanhter. Oa." ,

a business visitor to Stark t Irs.0. J, Griffin. Miss EthelGrUlIn Mr. and Mrs. II. A. BIs-
t idday. and Owen Gri ln, spent. hop. MI'. and Mrs. C H. yr
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: : Farming not been d"1, i, 'I, ,., 1
i The tonsil are, st ti i uctures whichI whero general! *11"

k! I ri I..ive for most members of th,1'iman The warnln. ''"'' '1.11''
:. (My ,{KrlchIDrral Editor) the degree\ ot ,i, '" IL
Ill I, race a vi-) special Inter- I'"
else *
the .
t. an Interest .mieerned chiefly 1"1, ,I. ,
\' ""' I
> common ,, ,
1\ ith their operat: ,
Farmers and removel 1. Tonslllectomy !
; Truckers Are Invited to Contribute Articles I Perhaps thv i ii, "m"ei
1'' r removel of the t.'iislls.,' Is one of 'J1' .
of Farm" Experiences and Methods Found; 1 the how great a p, ,? 's'ftlectomles "
--III 1 commonest operations' perfor- \"r r I II l01 b'
: !: 'r( Be nest Suited to Our Country l'st I mcd One-third of all the opel'I in: hav.. i r"" ,?, '!nn"1\8I\r'\ ''| '

Mona I performed in the United accompllshin' i ''II I, ,
0: .....--- .;._ |I slate are for the removal of ton- Perhaps the gt 1". 1 ,?I ?aptit' oa

-ils Since 1910 the rate ot remov- who makes the H, ','nafnosls

Watson Broadcasts 'r rRr tf r | .il of tonsils has been multipliedrive sends the patin,,' ,i ,?, 'be
( I tanl w 'k + ;( firE rrrf .-.-- f fr'1 or ten times. What good ) spec'allst' who ., n,?udh peMoro surget

r 1 I aU)', has all this tonslllectomy the operation ha,. no. ben,, caret
i ,
1 ITS p ,,
Information I enough in
Cutworm Control I l donet thinking' selectlwjr (r*? ,Deo, i
natural! ,
"The most object In enough
f i frequent removing t'u
---- ---- I simple an
I- I tonsils U to rid the body ot operation "Would ea

Gainesville, I"la-The cutworm ,other farmers get some of these tissue harboring bacteria capable performed by anyone, win ei I Ira

\Is. an old and familiar enemy of I booklets right away and start .. .. I oi pioducCug:: disease in other parts to be a surgeon ,
-- -- .. The
truck general I
growers of this state, and keeping: records for 1929.H.IHLYTKAHIM.A.TIMJ, --z ra.rtl.an I of the body" says Dr. Paul S. practitioner t 0''
t constant: efforts' are being made to _. diagnosis Indicate the
;' + -- Hhorda and Dr. George 10'. Dick of deslrfbll
f find new ways to poison these In- f: Chicago, in a recent article in the ot, for Instance, a lonslllee{ ,

s ec t s. Two gaits of sodium, thearsenltu Ol-1 OTlll'H THKKS: : WILL Journal of the Amerlc n' Medical bears a heavy responsibility tao!, Ii

s'ti ?T i and arsenate have been ritm'KNT: 1'1111) I.VJIMIYOa.'nesvllle -f- Association. And, thpy continue I I rather than. the putlent! |Is able I,

4 ,, found useful for thin purpose) de- -- Yet It Is shown by this work that select a surgeon wisei, (or the op

44 glared J. II. Watson, entomologist : Kla.-Careful ob- tonsillectomy as usually done ,even I eratlon to be performed In eon

t i i of the Experiment Station, In Bc-rvatlon has convinced J. R. Wat- ..... ., by specialists of established repu- | cases, perhaps not ,In many, the
L.p L. radio talk l has been ,
a over WHUF last'week an undue
S stun entomologist of the Florida Aaonr. 1 Cmw m.a lutlon, falls to accomplish this end |i laxity, a belle:
9 Tho- bran 16 that
t bait which has been I practically any
bec'auseof surgeon(
r, ,r used for sonv time Is still good, I (,experiment; Station that citrus f, In 73 per cent. of the cases infected |! do for this simple operation would

d ,' ; S } i und Mr. Watson still has faith In trees transplanted during January .;.. incomplete removal of ]I which so many children t

: ;, It. It (la made by mixing; thorough- will escape: Injury from aphids 1. tonsllar-tissue. | being subjected. The evidence are nor

,t ; tti 4 "' ly 2(5( 'pounds of bran and one I I when they [put out their first new --t-r "There Is even ome Indicationthat Drs. Rhoads and Dick win\ prnblI : 01I
In many cases the condition 1 I
I pouniT'of Purls green or calcium growth. -100"01&. I bly convince them I I The trees that are transplanted resulting from Incomplete tonsil- error
:, arsenate and then adding enough I In this assumption
water to make It moist but not !; early will very likely not be at- I Icctomy is worse than" that existing In the next few rears 1\8

sloppy It la Important that the tacked even though there are older before operation. well hope to have mal
y bran and I IJ trees nearby which are Infested ......'"..dw.-. 4 s.,........... Scientifically speaking, there can a higher percen
? J poison be well mlxed--i .. .M ....__....__"'., tage of perfect tonslllectnwlejthau
f I 10 minutes Is not too long to mix ,! Trees transplanted to the same he little doubt that the tonsils can heretofore. All "throat "
wx I It. Hold later In the spring will not rl r rLooaJdtad ..se-GOAlI "'LOO ...< LA..d and are frequent foci of infection.: and foe.
} .. specialists will probably ,I
.. .. Diseased tonsils the breeding use gtt
,* i The use of the newer bait, made have this protection, and! growers .4 .t--: .. .. ..t. .; are er care In attempting to reno
y' d R from the sodium salts, does not re-1 I II ate expected to take advantage of IIhl. IXSIMIIKO IIY AN OLD COLONIAL old houses, their roof their evolved. "._ .-.." place of bacteria which can and do completely all tonsllar tissue

I ., "..'.,..,.v_.. .un. _...,.....t-. .-.*.,.._._,.._.5._ *&......."_._."_ ...... ,font_u tiw_I trnn."I..fln..._......_.......... nlf.... ,..,.. FAHM HOl'HK: chimneys their porches rupa cause Infections and disease else they operate, and, general vbt
The house measures fifty five feet Clearly enough prep
: where In the body.
'( units are soluble In water and the trees as early as possible windows and cornlcec all offeriroper tloners will undoubtedly .
',Fie poison Is evenly distributed. A I Answering an. inquiry by a grower (By It. C. Hunter & Dro. Arcbts., much of value under interpretation across the front and should have a the removal of diseased tonsils called into is more care In selecting the excrete epees

half-pint of the arsenate of soda Mr: Watson says on this subject New York.) In the d,. Ignlng of seventy-five foot lot. Indicated. A surgeon la Sur-: 1st to whom they will advise the

solution or a half-pound of the ) : "Our experience last year The old colonial farm houses of the modern home. The laundry, heater and cold perform'the tonsillectomy. patients to go for the operatic

r ,I arsenate of soda crystals dissolved I was that 'aphids did not attack a two centuries ago offer' a real The house herewith llustratedarchitects storage rooms are located In the gery Is an art. How much of an I The level of skill applied to tonal,

l In water will make enough to transplanted tree, provided it is inspiration In the designing of the has been adopted by thd cellar art it is. may be gathered from the lectomles will prcbably be the

,I poison 25 pounds of bran. not put out too late in the spring.This modern home. Many of these old and the full flavor ant charm of Complete working plans and fact that Drs. Rhoads and Dick I t considerably elevated In the h

i, In case these sodium compound was one of the great surprisesof houses possessed a quaint and the 'old original farm House has specifications of this house may be found in the group of cases formIng -, ture.

,' 1 (, 1 are not obtainable near the past year. I personally put elusive charm that is often entirely been maintained In the design 'obtained for a nominal sum from the basis of their report that .

,I home, one can make bis own solution ouI;; several! hundred tangerines in' lacking In the modern homes. while a strictly mode economIcal the building editor. Refer to 73 percent of the cases which had I( The Florida grapefruit Csnnlq

i Professor Watson said. Place December\ : ,ray year ago and t expected The general proportions of these. t and.. livable.. .._ floor. nlj n Tina h..n. hniiRo.. .A173.. been subjected to tonsillectomy Company is to open Us factory. s
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about 3 1-2 quart of water In a a. first class fight t but to "r '. still retained fairly large pieces ottonsilar I Manatee sometime In Deccmbi

wooden dish and add about three my aurprisif. not an aphtd attacked _... tissue, "tonsil stumps"asthey under most auspicious: condition,
pounds of caustic soda or lye. them' ,although there were more Important points by which. are vividly described. These says the Manatee Advertiser. j

+ When the lye Is dissolved stir Intothe [ plenty of'aphldlt In 'the neighborhood Hew to Raise Poultry i/j\, \ to be guided In culling. ,(Further tonsil stumps are just effective consistent record of iuperlor pn

solution 10 pounds'of powdered on older treed.!! Observations s f Information will be gladly givento breeders of bacteria and spreaders docte for a period of six years. Iwenbaled
liy Or. L. D. LeGear V.S. St.
Louts Mo.
1 white arsenic. This will make throughout the state showed that H ,; anyone writing 'me'In"care of 'of disease as the original tonsils. th.UManatee. ,county *
a little over a' gallon of sodium this condition was general. Aphids Dr.LcGaar If* fraJuata I the Ontario Veterinary J. Now of 'Course, It It were found stltutlon to wldei Its sphere t
I ; + i : .' this ) Do not depend
i e ursenite solution enough to makeup did not attack the young .4IIf Colln.a.lBQZ.ThinvalavaanofNtarlnarvpracticaon dtaoaaM of !!*. Mock and poultry., Fminentauthority '.I.'. newspaper. that only 27 per cent ot the cases influence from year to year and
I eight or nine lots of 25 I) pounds sprouts' of. trees put out during on poultry and atock falano! Nationally on any one factor In'\' judging Indicated for tonsil removal would 'extend its territory The factor?
known poultry bread*!*. Noted euthor.nJ ... .
: of bran poison. This solution may December and January. Some of Iern nr.Article hens but form an opinion based ]have a successful outcome, successful products now ente- several European

t' 1 be kept indefinitely but It Is al I those trees transplanted later In on all considered together. Cull In the sense that the tonsils markets and sales have I Iw

violent poison and should be kept the spring however were attack 1 the ones to keep. All small un- carefully, persistently' and relent would be completely extirpated 1 It creased greatly In the Unit /j

A 4 Ne ,...,.h..rA._.v ..hll"...,v.v........ .v..o..n...... ...._'C.e .le.. I 'A.I n ..\Vl-HH: Olt MA IIS dersized hens for the breed shouldbe lessly, and before long ,you will might still be advisable to perform States and Canada ''the Adverbs'

Cutworms are really caterpillars.i | Mr. Watson Is at a loss to account discarded. The eggs they lay have a flock of real dividend payers tonsillectomies and rejoice that in says. Many Implements ha

They grow from eggs laid b,y for the apparent Immunity: Hclnllllo fulllnff Out of Drone, "I It takes time and patience at lettst 27 per cent of the cases I been added to the.plau during Ib,'
x moths. These moths prefer to lay I of young trees transplanted during I the Hey In Konl I'oultrj Profile"" are usually small, and they should to be sure, but the reward is well complete'removal of this particular summer months!:

their eggs on grass, and. as resul I December and January, but thinks never be used f for breeders. worth of the effort' : focus of infection was accom- I a 1 1ot

S ( utworms are most IrpuMeHomn' that growers should take advan- "Chicken, la you layln' or Is you During the normal laying season llshed. But there Is no real reason -, Winter Park. Formal ouenlni)

: where a heavy grass sod has been I II j j tage of this immunity and ""trans- lytn?" ,exclaimed Rastus as his there are, a number of pointsby HINTS TO: IIOl'HKWIVIX; : to believe that only 27 per cent Seminole Hotel will be held December

t I plowed under. When such grassland plant early. HII adds that early) one-hen poultry flock burst forth which the laying capacity of RECIPE--A of complete success in this operA,1)11 20th. Winter Park
t l 119 plowed is transplanting/ Is. avlsable for othert FOR HAPPY'L J It simply weans Winter Park --
and J ready to be ) Into loud hens be ( Is attainable.
acclamations may judged more or less
of alleged I NEW and Alonegel
$r planted it U often an excellent Ide. reasons also accurately. The or [that In spite of the great common- Golf Club organzed
saw to scatter the poisoned bait over performance. That's an old joke. eye a good Take twelve flue, full-grown I [ course beinf extensively Im
\V1NTKHKiilTli.rI/AT10\ layer Is prominent: bold bright,
S 5k the land before the plants are set : : It's true but It suggests with months, see that these are thoroughly h turn and mix with a vim. Cook proved.
snappy, set In oval s<> 'ket. The
an i
I'I'n Il'I\T.H
out. If the l land Is plowed some : FKL'iriMJ graphls good humor one of the basic free from old memories of thoroughly In a fervent' beat; garnish Jacksonville-3ullding permit

1 weeks before the plants are l to
be set, the cutworms will bo net lalslng. Any poultrymanwho persistently and waxy ; cleanse them completely joy; then serve with quietness; totaled $6 2,08(!,
ting hungry and will take the bait ( Gainesville, Fla.-Proper fertl-- eliminates the liars from layers wtll In (color l'oorl I from every. rHliBrnir.. .. -unite- .. :. -nick'-.. off- -- unselfishness and cheerfulness and I Daytona Beach- Paving completed

eagerly. Professor Watson stated l llzatlon Is Important In strawberry his flock will Increase his profits characteristics show! ill exactly these opposite. all specks of pettiness and little a.. Happy New Year Is a certainty. on local btardwnlk.l,7 .:. _
t tt culture, especially to UmulatefJ'ultlng. I from the flock to an almost: unbelievable respects.The ness; In short, see that these -
< i I! Late December or Jan degree. state of the vent ,is another months are freed from all the past -e marr- -

I uary fertilization should not be The value of Important Indication of lay con- -have them as fresh and clean l|,
a regular scientific
; RURAL COMMON SENSE I neglected states Harold dition. The laYing hen has a large .
'II Mowry, culling out of drones from a as when they first came from the I Ilu
By Spuds Johnson i assistant horticulturist at the Flor- moist dilated vent. That of the
+ storehouse
great of time.
s flock
poultry Is
I vividly Illustrated
I : J. R. DAVIS &
i "| Ida Experiment Station. In the results of a survey conducted non-layer Is small hard /and puck Cut these months into thirty or COaN

t4" I ,1'\I&\IIolt1'i: : WHO KKKP': A good plan of fertilization consists not long ago by the College of ered.The thirty-one equal parts. This batch N
,, IS r Itld(' )ItlM AIM: ON KM: In applying a third of the Agriculture of the University of back of the good layer will will keep for just one year. Do not r

',h'It ItltKAK: ItKt'OltDSAt ; I' fertilizer before the plants are set, Illinois anti their farm advisors. be long and broad all the way out. attempt to make up the whole: INSURANCE

fe third when the plants are beginning The average profit on 264 flocks In. the poor layer It will be nar- batch at one time( so many persons .

Sj jS the beginning ot the new P Pi to bloom, and the final third averaging' 161 hens each was 86 row near the tall. On either' side spoil the entire lot In this .,....

i year It might be well for us farmers '| BX! weeks later. Soli moisture conditions cents per' hen but the averageon of the vent may be felt the points way), but prepare one day at the) AGENCY ESTABLISHED., 1886
of the pelvic !, or lay
public pin
to consider the question of. may Influence the exactI the best two-thirds was $2.28 time, as follows: ?
keeping I time of application of course. The bones In the good' layer these Into each days put twelve parts I
S S records. Some one has I per> : hen. Of course not all of the
Bald t that record keeping farmers !( entire amount used will vary with least productive one-third deserved bones are thin, straight and flex of faith eleven of patience, ten of '' STARKE FLA.
I different' soils, but should total Ible In the poor> layer they are
are record breaking farmers. In to be eliminated' but there' courage; nine of work (some people
that \ from 150Q 16 1800 pounds per curved thick, with layers of fat omit this. Ingredient and so,
(ease we" need more record certainly must have been an astonishingly : .
1, r breakers for all too few farmers: acre. large num er.that and rigid. The measurement of spoil the flavor of the rest), eightof -
''p'I( keep any kinds of records. I i In applying fertilizer It: Is very were getting food and attention these bones 1 It taken at the terminal hope seven of fidelity six of,

In' this connection' I am 'remindf Important to see that It Is thoroughly j without giving aa adequate return or extreme end and Includes liberality, five of kindness four of

'' i ig ed what 'au agricultural economist mixed with ,the soil, as all what It cost to keep them.,Cull- 4tsa the skin, fat and gristle over rest (leaving this out Is like leavIng
': much burning. of the roots has the pelvic bones Is two fingers ,
at' the Experiment' Station has log out and marketing such hens the oil out of the. salad-

t Ss, said. Here H Is l ;: "Start on January -,) been caused by Improper applica can only result In a decreased expense or less, the'; hen Is probably not don't do it), three of prayer two wA.ty T A -- ,.
lion. The fertilizer be laying. If it Is two lingers or of II
h 1 to keeping records of re- sh9uld account and a vastly increased meditation and one well-select
I worked around the plant I )hat she Is.: Uylng. ed resolution. It.
s ( : celpts and expenses. The keeping !" very average profit for each you have'nq conscientious ;
.t, of records) alone-of course, will i carefully BO as to prevent damage hen remaining. To accomodate the extra food scruples, put In about a

,r not Increase profits, but the rec-',, to the rots( Thorough shallow There Is nothing difficult or mysterious a good laying hen must eat and teaspoonful of good spirits dash

prds will tu'rnisit.U e i means .for I I cultivation should ,be kept up until / about culling nothing a the expansion of the laylug organs ot fun. a pinch of folly a sprinkling
t bearing begins the\ rear of the keel boneof of play, and a heaping cupful I
studying the farm business from peroon of average intelligence
1.I; I I In February or March some of the gpod l layer\ will lie a greater of good humor.
past experience and for seeing could not learn In a short while. .
i I the most successful trawberryb.'nwers distance from< the pelvic bones Pour Into the whole
love ad lib-
ways of cutting down First of all. start with the chicks .
i here expenses make n. nractlce. of Annlv-.... ._ _ : than It will: he In the poor lay- -- .
and - '
Increasing receipts there as soon as iney are out ui {tie sneu.
'I i which ing a combination of potash and paclty, which is very Importantand
will. In the end, Increase re Any that are obviously deformed
'nitrogen, either as potassium ni- measured by, the number
turns. The benefit from keeping should be killed at once. Culling
1 tate or sulphate of potash later between the keel bone and the
;+ records on the farm Is no idle should be made a continuance For colds grip
followed nitrate pelvic With
by of soda.It bones. smalljer ,
dream I have had opportunity to prccesa from that time on.
} Is very important to provide breeds like Leghorns, a spread
observe the business Improvement At least cure a month the grow- and flu takeRelieves
good; drainage for strawberry bods. of three or more fingers Indicate
t on farms where continuous records stock should be looked over and '
art kept for a' period of years. ..requires .I only a few days to In- the undesirables, removed from the laying condftlons. With larger THE'HELPING
jure the crop after the ground has breeds the spread should be ,
Furthermore; much more enjoyment Bock. All thin undersized, seraw- '
will result from farm Rte become .water soaked. ny"crow headed" birds should be four fingers or more. Other HANDWhatever :
thing a long bodIed
being equal -
where Increased Interest In the Remodeling of the plant of the discarded. Such pullets will eat fowl three
F work Is brought about thr9 iigTVrec Asiatic Petroleum Company on their heads off but will.never develop measuring columns
: is bodied classified
equal to a short fowl it is want our
ord keepiug.'rx Into profitable you may ,
Picnic layers, so
island Pprl Tampa al a you
SS Looks like, after hearing- all coal of more than $100,000. has j are better Off without them. Further measuring of four.Absence yellow. color around a t s'TRADS put forth a helping hand to aid you in attaining

that we might Just' .i well get on Advanced (o the point where the culling will b4 in order when MARK R5G. desire.:
'' the vent and whitish or pinkish your
band a
the wagon and start keplng plant would be in shape to handlea tle'young birds! reach laying age.!!: color skin Indicates
records during 1929:! rh6( 'only tankship with a of oil Sat- Those that are backward In maturity of someone to work
cargo I that the h.n' Is laying. If we Whether you want a position or
start, but keep it up. The thing should be discarded. Two
urdaYr if the company should de- sell one;
that bothers' most of Is hundred also find a bleached eye ring; for you ; whether you want a'home or
us finding cide to send one there. It Is expected days Is a fair age ,fot av, to
out how to records IntelU- pullet of white bleached legs and beak whether have found somethin .jrou want
keep however that the first ship the heavy breeds or 150 i the congestion you
she has. for
x gently. I have received some little wilt arrive. 'about Pec. 29th. to 165 days of the light breeds to I I time.I been laying some prevents complication., return or have lost something you want returned,
booklets from the Experiment e start laying but those taking much is always
t Due have discussed in as great de- and hastens recovery. the helping hand bf our classifies columns
Station at Gainesville which to the' spread 'of influenza more than that are unlikely to

have been a big help to me In 'oveY a wide| section of the country develop into good layers. I tail as space permits, some. of. the extended to you.

'the Florida Citrus Growers -- --
keeping records. These booklets Clear- For mature birds the time of columns
+ r all of which come free have the Ing House assoclatlpn has revised the molt 'is an important Indica- The expense of advertising in our classified

f ,t following titles: its advertising program within the tion of laying habits although We is very slight; onlx 1 cent per word. The results
A Method for Taking a Farm In- last week la the effort to point out other factors should be considered I YES' can charge your HKS !
I 8 are always more than satisfactory
the value of and
ventory.A orange grapefruit Generally speaking hens that molt

+ Method for Keeping a Cash Juice In the treatment of the late In the fall are the best layers. STORAGE BATTERY luSmith's I
,N yt Account on the Farm. I disease. Attention also Is called to The poor layer exhausts her energies BRADFORD COUNTY

', A Method for Keeping an Account the fact, recognized by physicians early and may start molting

((1 With a Crop. generally, that Juices prove beneficial anytime during June. July or August TELEGRAPH

1' A Method for Keeping an Ac- in keeping the body in good The hen that U Just beginning -

1 county With a Dairy Coir herd<< condition necessary to ward off to molt late In August early Garagetiirk

1L 1 would like to see a great many I attacks of Influent In September or later Is usually!; j


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counties In I r.iV! VIi; ami! lelativo-! ..iv tt.'R '!'unit or piov.slons; fur the lotoly ilk ,11'''"'' nf tlio Ion( ;';: nnn; i du> ultor 11 su&',','ssi'ui I I dim it nil a ,,' Vh)" "IV .tIl." 1..1.J' .
I IF ed to the high scoring ns I 1 J t ..11 hhlV'.V'
; Contest three dlstricU of the i week. !a. j Tho men'a supper will long be re- Christmas program was rendered LOL'l:
each of the I J. n. Weathersby and i S S S S4V V Ch"lrmnn IlInl'll ,.r Cnuntr'binm.oriru .
MM. !( membered by the community. and then the little folks" enjoyed .

929 Ready I state. The state will be divided daughter, Miss J1velyn. of Pomp --Samuel Rogers owner I I Miss Gertrude Rouser and Mrs.V / a Christmas tree. The I u. w. \r.rJl'1ftl\tAN.lllIslo..r., l'.rk. .
demonstration program
to the home Inat.: : .
according I
dlstrl'tnorth, east and no. are visiting here this wMk.MiM of *te here estimated at $16OC .- I I Hello Davis of Green Cove Springs, given was: ------- ,__ ___ I
Be Launched Misses Reba Maxwell and 4JiiRht to have been dead spent the week-end with Miss > -
The prizes will II nvI U'PLIt'
Florida. 'rlo,
south Jessie Williams have returned to I Houwer's parents Mr. and Mrs. J. Song--By school. ...., III'UI : 'Olt
consist mostly of high grade seeds their homes here after having finished mii\ two years, "came to ;'U. Houser. '\Velcome addl'eas'y Florence ;V

'oJ j'egetables Kvrry"Year : Iaty and nursery stocks. a very successful term of liliemlav in a small Illinois The Msst: Elizabeth: Cllughey.I Kelsey and Doris lltnson.Rec. I I IT.NOTICE IS 1IUKKF;Y.HIVKN. That
The contest Is being put on In tarter In Bethlehem J. AlHornmn hc>lct.-i, l-r, part V
In Ooal of Springs.Mrs. -Ily Elisabeth of
school at Heilbronn County Judge Q. H. i Helen Lawrence, Arneeta Ogden, 'I'a* certificate No. :101. itli day '
t, CliinU'iirrH. an' effort to stimulate the growing II. M. Faver and daughter, Cils had. appointed an nd- Mm. Chas. Wlneman and Mra. Phillips./ July A. 11. mi. ban tiled. said v.rll'
twelve months of t5ctu In nay 0111" .."d 11..1.
of vegetables Rec. A Oentle appcii.
The Increased Miss' Mary Blanche are the guestsof niitor of his estate. Rogers Uelle Davis spent Saturday In Hen1lnder- nyAillel.tn lion for tux d..d! to l Issue thvraon In ( VI
Tbe first allyeardel4Vt3t the year In Florida. Faver's mother, Mrs. O. I Hlnson. acconlunuo with I..w.'tlal". *
'a11&! i.i V Mrs. other things, had $7,000 ,j Jacksonville shopping. I pert( .
health und efficiency which result embi-ttl-oi. the follinvlnic ilencrllTja
Santa Claus \ %
-Hy Marie Hlnson
ever conducted In abundance of Haynes. lull bank and had not check- I I Saturday evening Miss Helen l'roi>fi-ly Hltuntcil I In Hnnlford ",oun11).N -
from eating an !Mi' .and ,Irs. O. C. Cox have a Lawrence entertained the and Minnie Swindell. Florida I tu-wlt:
It since 1925.
De.beIlUd einat Today.
young i-
rtd.l )a to a on the goal ta V
U hulf
) green vegetable at their house, who arrived -' Christmas Time-Hy Felix Sullivan of Northeast quarter. of .
beginsne'Cd are new son hi*. the bank received a check ,people of the Heights with a bridge NortnaitMt quarter vif Northonnt ,,'
a new one which the extension agents the first of the week. I 1(10 with Rogers' signature. I party. Molton and Warren Young- 'quarter KaM of a. A. I., llv.: "Sect., 5 V e V
The people of the working. Mother's Influence, I blood. luwimnlu buena, liaiiKu" tt JJ..t.
The play Tilk put it down as forgery, Lawrence 1(. Wai rath. spent the 4 f*'TCB, V
t. ,be idea of allyearenepe S that was rendered by the B. Y. P. bjilegrara confirmed th* gen week-end with his parents Mr. and Recitation Father Christmas- The assessment of said property V

will be earth ......................*.* U., at the city hall last Friday evening ii i, of the signature.. Mrs. F. M. Walrath at Keystone By Herbert Cloversettle. III under the the nHiii said of itinoate James. Clark.issue: wan V V

o'1 same lines aslIle Mrs. \V.II. Song-By school.
enjoyed. Unless
was greatly S S S S I Inn. said cvrtlllcata shall btl r.-
J HAMPTON Maxwell la highly commendedfor I Recitation By Beatrice Hersay. d..f."a. M-i-uiam to law tax deed I
Mr. and Mrs.Vm.. Parks
,West-Re-entry of Presl- arrived will INKUII. tlivrvun. th. :
foods NI-..... C er. 21nt day of
Thursby, Ada
MlM In select- I V
her earnest efforts dact Hoover and his party in- in Keystobe Heights Wednesday i January, A. !'.. 19211.
k$; agent for the State .......... ....C.......... Ing -and. managing this delightful I United. States from their I for the winter. Recitation Best of Any-By Ethel -I .\.iloteil 0.. 1928' ;tlal: Hlh day of n."embtlr, V W1

/omen. Is In charge Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Shaw are affair the proceed of which will Slmerlcan tour will be simtI.he Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Wright who Packham, U. \\r. .tLrEluAN V
4 She Is assisted by of the B. Recitation Clara Clerk of circuit CoiirV.'TlVad-
By Swindell.
be used for the benefit
have been the of Mr. and
the happy parents of a new daughter return of President Cool- guests lord County VLVT
T ration agents all ov- .
Old Santa
Song, Claus
Y. P. U.Ilrs. -By 11-ll.st.l.U.
Pan-American Mrs. E. A. Smith left
who arrived Dec. 23rd. torn the cong Sunday
i<4 An attractive fea- .
who has been school. '--
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C. A. BIshop. --- "V
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for home -------
W. E. McCormIck of Mlo Mich., Havana according to Cap- morning their In Jamestown
ntest Is that every. the guest of her daughter. Mrs. A. Mr. and Mrs. John Boom Mrs.J. >OTlfH (Vpi'I.I'rlo> FUll
and U W. McNeely commandant N. V. V
last Saturday t.
arrived here ., ,
having the best \ .;.':U
) has returned E.
and Miss
A. Futch of Lees urg. Owsley daughter.
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. Van- naval station here and oft Mr. and Mrs. Diddle of Cincinnati -

rdeD prizes fresh and theY' allstlne. He Is on his way to Pa. to her. horn} here this week. 'rentb. naval district. Ac- Ohio are spending several Jessie Owsley alt of South Miami, NOTICE is iiisnBnr UIVR.V. Th! 'V
hoTs 4 good vege- S arrived here Friday to spend the T. J. Aldormnn holdi-r of Tax. .,i'lltloat i'-
Florida where he will visit yto official advices received weeks as guests of Mr. and !Mrs. .,
hokee No. Ml
hies t tilthe year. 6th day of July A. V
calls for eating during the remainder of the win ........................ Iptain McNeeley, the presl- Philip Cadman. Christmas holidays with friends ir. UIB, him. flied HUIII frnlni-Mit. HI
\\W t and relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Boom my otllce. unit made ""pll""Uoltur
ect his will
tetitliem. > we'll a. growing ter months. EVERGREEN c and party aril T1IOI'H.\M JIH1H OK KOIt- left here Saturday morning for tax durd to leslie ihorfoii, III acuurdBIUH .

Tl*I. set up by Miss A beautiful Christmas tree was (Mrs. to'. A. Rosier Cor.) Key West on January 6. KSlltVVOKK: KLOIUD.t Lake Cityto, stay a few days with lirm-tiH. with ihs law.folio\vlnu SuitS.' duwcrllivd ceillllrm. vln.'
pi on.
the school auditoriumlast 'nimandant said that the bat-
enjoyed at ,
ast two vegetables 'rty situated
huriby Friday evening. The spiritof .......... ........... t1 Utah will drop anchor off relatives there. Mrs. J. E.: Ows Florida, to-wlt:In Urailford County

evy of the year. One beautifully and that the officIal Reports received from the two ley left Saturday evening for VnlclOBta .NoiiuwpHt. riuartpr of South,' ..,
Yuletide was Peele and :Key
the Mr. and Mrs. J. D. 4
.id beer plant such as let- motion picture trucks engaged In Oa., to see her daughter uuiirtfiof Non beast (|iiartcr "Krrtloii, V :
carrIed out when each pupil and Will be brought ashore In 4 TnwiiHhlp. 7, Hoiith Unnvtt :
and the other l i2: to
c or $. daughter were visitors to Starke V
receiving spreading the story of Forest Pro and brother and Miss. Jessie Ows acroit,

ould belt, such as carrots teacher was giving and Saturday.Mr. ,g8.I S S S tection in Florida Indicate that be- ley stayed lItre with her' aunt, Thw nmment. of staid I>ro..ly.
turnips In the lowly onion presents in a kind. loving manner. I iindxr the said ccrtliu-nie Issued. was
and Mrs. Bill Pringle and of tween October 29 and November Miss Ida II 8IIa: n. In the nuinv of Unknown.
Itdudeilthe list of Rev. R. L.. Norris of Lacrosse I al-A notlier chapter Sem. .,
/ vege- 24 over 25,000 individuals saw the Mr. and Mrs. J. J, Zelgler enjoyed UiilKHH Haiti rtltlfute shall 1>.. r".
Wee whl|y be used in the filled his regular apopintment at children of Brycevllle spent Sunday Indian tragedy was written ; dvemrnl arcordlnw to law, tax ilui'.t
the first Baptist church here last ty when the grave closed ov- forestry films heard the speakers having their children with. will |I..u" therein on thu itvt diy
test. with Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Prlngle. -
on forest protection or viewed the them Christmas day. of January. A. l>. IIIXI.
be cont 'gins on the first Sunday morning and evening.W. body of Edna Roberts. Sem- I'litpd:: thin Kill day of T>eo. A. It., .
1 exhibits mt Mrs. J. E. Adklns .
community fairs and daughters
according /; 1928.
of Ala- ijuaw Josle
and family for whose death
ly of JSft nd ends the last P. BIrt .
the guests of J. S. Sapp and son. Cerow, .were, face the tribal council to a report submitted; to Misses June and tlrace of O. W. AM1RIIMAN: :,
were .Jill V
J day of Dee 1929. Each par- chua county (loilt of Circuit Court Hr.id-
1s a record card on ''Mr.' J. W. and Miss Ada Nimmo visitors to Jacksonville Thursday ,H| meets on the little moon State Forester Harry Leo linker, Hampton was visiting the Zeigler ford County, l"lorlde' .
:hick \Hle last Sunday. of last week. fune to mete out Indian jus- at Tallahassee. A total of 102 family Tuesday afternoon. JH !t-J. .!..I--,.__ __

ables. Is yard different the garden-vege. Miss Rlllar Fowler and'Mrs.' M. Mr. and Mrs. John Chesser and rile burial of the squaw tol. shows and lectures were given by I Mi, --.- -Lester-- -- C... -ZetirlAr-.... ,returned. "H _____ ...................... .L.. ........ lt.............:....._.._.u"__:u ti V !Li
001 the men In charge of the trucks Saturday night from New York, -
makes.." of the number L. Maynard have been the guestsof children of Campville were the white man's custom not- -
I' under the leadership of unit director to spend the holidays with his parents In f'lrcult Court. Twenty-Hlxlh. ) JuIclnl -
Alexander this of Mrs. Chesser'ssister of .
1 times .getable Is used Mrs. W. B; week-end guests mJIuK a protest Hilly l I Clri-ult Urnilforil' County, $t..&. J'
urlDK the M This Is a worn- week. Mrs. Gene Gaakins.J ts. husband of fhe woman I IJa.ld Earl Taylor, of the' American here. of Florida., 'I In ('hR''I'' )'.
Association. Mr. 'V. T. and Mien. Mer- MildriHl Clark ,
I Forestry Zeigler
Lee Wynn who has K. Rosier visitor to he wanted "the other
n I affair ti open to every Miss Mary was a I Complainant. '
her aunt Mrs. Thursday of last week. J V and he Shows are being given where- le Rannen motored over from Jacksonville V.
lember otHome demonstra. been the guest of Starke If burial put yonder" ,
"' 'ever an audience be found to spend Christmas day T. Q. p'liirk, h.V
ioa clubs I iiItate. The com- Clemmons of Miami has Returned Mrs. A. B. Rosier"and children I I an arm: bn ertainl toward can according Hvremlant..

etltlon Is..b/n, counties. as to her home here. ;' spent several days of last week'tt t: silences of thejEverglades: to the forester' who explains with his parents. It nppenrlriK hy affidavit append. V Vt
ef) Bran- Mrs. funeral that each truck Is equipped Misses Hilda and Thelmu Sullivan :' to tha bill IS led III the ,ul>ove-"tat'>i|
Miss Elsle Sparkman, with Hester Sapp. was.Impressive prln-
ell as betw dlvlduala. It is > : online thut ,'. (I. 'lurk, the defendant '- I
ecesaary forembers to enrollor ford Is the guest of her ant, Mrs. :Mrs. William Reddish is visiting r for the wildness of the set with i Its own generating plant gave a party Wednesday nightIn therein naeni".I' IH ii iionreMldentof V

; the count' AILmny, mate of
Attractive t will be award- MitesQeraid Jean Johns.Is; visit. Kalford. nd women of the tribe, who Pictures )have been shown at sawmills Owsley. ItHiinral linllvci-v ..11.1110 over llaorirln tlia uiti,

V_; __ __ 4 B. K. Rosier and Leslie McClel- I without/ a tremer of visiblei and turpentine stills In adtlltlon.'to Mrs. J. P. Sullivan of Hampton"! ; of twenty-oim yearn: It IH Iharafurii

-- _- V __ ..ujK Ian were visitors to Starke Saturday on the face '*etbd'? dead nlRh' { meetings In the rural spent Xmas day with her .eons, ordered fendant that be. SiltS'tie'itt IH iion-renldeiit hereby. ri'iulri| de. ..l

afternoon.Mrs. i In the calket! 'beside the 8chnnl hou8es'-of six counties A. L. and Cleveland Sullivan here, to nppenr" t.. the bill% of romplalnt tiled
of the state: Shows also A jolly crowd of our folks In mild duaNe on or befora Mondnv, .
/ How to PlayBRIDGE Maggie Forsythe and children. {:rave: : The silence was un- are beinggiven young the I Mth dll)' of January' A, It. tt2'i.othvrwlHa :.! .
Lucile "find Eugene, .spent a I save for the monotone ol I In city: schools and lectures enjoyed a moonlight ride to Key th. allrirutlfUiH\ of mild bill'

few days of last'week" with her"'sis- Lucien' A. Spencer Indian I have been given at 12 meetings of stone Heights' and Hampton Tuesday d..t..lltI"nt.It will be taken. as uonfrMHed. 1 by mvld ,

\ ter. Mrs. C. A. Pringle. who read th* burial ritual olvlc! ..clubs'and women's organizations. night. I.. furUier. onlerpil that this. ciriltr .
...... b" pnhllHlioil nnra a week for
In addition to the thousand -------- -
Her. L. A. Donnelly of Starke Lhe Episcopal prayer book, four connciMKIva week In the Krnil-
t \ .t- 042- f filled his regular appointment here the "hommltal, the grave was reached by the personnel of the \()'l'lt'l'l TO miironii't! Vli 1:1): ford County Tvlrirritpli u n"wllln.P" V e
Series 192829'by Florida, Forest Service. Reports ITOMMNotice pul>lli /s Saturday;; and Sunday. There were no tears no la- Thin |c'vmlipr Itth, I'l'iH V

Wynne Ferguson Roy and Calvin Morgan of Glen 1 tons! Just u simple burial In J from' those In immediate charge of I ii.* hnrxhy given that nil (Seal I) U. W.Clerk AI.1'Clu-ult 1IUfAN.Court.

St.;; Mary's spent the week-end with e graveyard in the wilds that |he meetings show an awakening Creditor I l.fKutvnM lHtrltiut...K, and alT C. A. I.Nlili'l',
;y Author of .PRACTICAL AUCTION BRIDGBV In Forest Protection that speaks all persons having elaine ncalndt Clrk.
their! parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. I IIlorgan. se the Indian reservation tha estate of Henry Large Htovttn-,
JOR'; HIM. Wll.MAMHHnlK'ltor
V 1)'anla, twenty miles north of well for the future of forestry In ,min, d..c"ae.I. are hvrvuv required fi>r Complainant.'
[ bpyright J9i8.ac, Jr. R'lorlda. to IIr..ent.th. !, CliniC_ duly, autltonfluted -
Mrs. Hester Sapp spent Thursday |I. to the county JU and Friday of last week with -- -- V In addition to the talks given ford County, Florida nt his ur..d'i|
ARTICLE.No-10 and pictures shown, hundreds of u in. cu..t liuime. In In* Town of ---- V = I!
Willie Reddish.Mr. -
her-sisterr Mrs.: ............. .4.#. Hlarke, wllhln tine year from dill" -
I Tit,or A A*** A _-. -':. ; ; : ; ; -; .g- xi' J -" u attention to the necessity for care thereto, and l all perm>n* In- < BUY TIRES I
rtwmi Contral regular Auction I very evident one. Contract tli* ticello spent a few days last weel Keystone Heights Jlii debteil to mild 8Mlal. are required to
H! this is espptrue: of take-outs player should try for n game bid whenever here with Mrs. Sheffield's aunt; Htlrm Oit i no-trumtx'Jlowing hand is a possible, and no bid is sound tha: Mrs. Gene Gaskins. of pieces of literature distributed executor FROMUS V V
"d example isn't based o. the assumption: that Miss Lucile Forsythe and mother .............. ..... with special phases of the Thin WILLIAM the' Slat lloL&IKH tiny' of December HTIOV1CNHONExecutor 1928 ;

Hearts- "I 6 partner may bid for game. .For thai forest situation. of the F.Hlata of
and Frida annual Christmas 'bazaar Because it will
Clubs I, i same reason any bid must be very spent Thursday : hefty i-mrg-a Mtavotmon, daveamid. pay you't
Diamond- sound and considerably stronger than In Starke while there she had he f. the Woman's dab Thtirs- The results obtained are the result -In money satisfaction
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Spades-'A, 2 usually required at Auction. :The suit tonsils removed.Mrs. Friday night proved as of the efforts of the Southern JSOTIIH TO ('O'l'ltVt'lOtI14Sealed and service. You will get V

-' in this instance is too weak to justify a C. A. Pringle and son. Wal great success both flnan- "forestry project being carried on qual1ty-OOOD. V

i.'JL : bid which mxht induce partner bin do were visitor; to Starke Thurti. : ,' socially The chickenupper by The American Forestry AHHOciatlon bids. for the construction of YEAR ALL-WEATHER VV
t four(spades i if he has more than norma. and the Florida Forestry nn adihtlon to the urenent countyJail
Ih : i: assistance for that suit. day of last week. I J on Friday night was building: at Sturko, Florida, will\ TREADS-Th. World'
Association in
S ,fe than a success and thoro gh- cooperatlln with tha Hoard. of V V
Ala matter of fact, however, in thi'd bo tevHlved by CountyCommliiMloiinrN Greatest Tire." World. V
Hearts- QI ular hand Y's bid joyed by all fortunate enough ho Florida Forest service at TaluhaHsee. at the oltlcn of CUrk V
part at this point! (Continued from Page 3.) J Jprise. of Circuit Court of llradford ( aunty more Traction Safety .
cubI.Aa makfe very little difference, for a bid e present. This project calls for Florida. until 10 o'clock A. M.. 4 ,
flmonrj.6!! '" 5 of tvp spades either in Contract or in The speaker, recounted th'he ladles of Keystone Heights the expenditure within three yearsof January; 7th, UZU, and at that time Cushioning and Mileage! V
S'sleeQj'aQre should be overbid Z with publicly opened.'the You will It at iur-
Auctbn get
by history of the fern Industry In t th|looking forward with a great approximately fifty thousand wot k Involved InrliidaN\ the
first pZ d. alt and bid two ko trump. At Auction this woul< I of dollars In .Florida in the interest furnl..bln of material and labor prising/! low pricei.
state and said that it began tweij 1 anticipation to next Friday
oaotrump. thtect bid either intact be tie final tyld; but at Contract Vshouj n..c..ry to complete the work ao-
or Auct passed and Y increase the bid to three no ty years ago and and that In thifi it, when they are promised a of Forest Education and !lit a part voiding to plane and npaflflcatlonilprepared And you will get our lerv.ke .

C prohlemtvler.Jit trun This bid can be made so the' comparatively short period. It heel i>er prepared and served enflre- of the' program directed at the hy John 10. I'lemon aireklteut .- -the belt in towninthe
I Ha I ril Uulldlnir.. lalneHVllla) ,
Auction he si bid two spades. maxitium: result can be obtained in : become one of the most 1m port a A/ :y the men of'the community. restoration of Florida's more than Florida, which nmy be Keen at otII. -.

PJ bid j is jus$e because the eithej game. The take-out however, : enterprises with almost l.Oity(' rs. J. H. Houser returned to ten million Idle or semi-idle forest <... of Clerk of circuit Court .ifilradford bargain. V
JH-1 distributipthe:! hand is as eiblained is County, Florida. or obtain-
very very questionable at ,
acres. Come t.odarJUTCU'H t
acres now being devoted to grotfi stone Heights Saturday front .
PKerous tor no%i and usually ispa Contact. : ..d from Mr. 1'1..r."n. .
to work outer at a suit bid, Her is a hand that V requires venfskilltl ing "asparagus plumosa." TIW[:sonvllle, where she was thet 1 S Ktivti certlllod bid check must b for. accompanied II per cant by of .

lCularly at that that best fits play to make game. Think it propositions of the Industry''js, of her son, James and In- ........................ a the amount of the bid. 5'I

scumUned han the partners. over\nd compare results with the Fern Park near Longwood, w41 i retRy making the acquaintance 9 The HUui-KMful bidder will he cc-" ,
t Contract, 'H/er. ? analvis that will be given in the next In little THERESSAMinn <|tilrud to give nullity bond Manufactory -
) shown which 1,000,000 squajp er grandson James III.
"btfll1 I j if Uus iaketout & to board nt County VI
1'1\\ "tidt ----.4. H feet of slat houses were built:- III>r. E. P. Cauguey and daughter Rhoda Zelfflcr, Cor. lonem for full-amount of bid. o\\
", 000.000 feet of used 6V ibeth, returned to The Hoard of County Commissioners V
Problem No. :2I ; sypress ; Keystone .
for liiadford reserves
h V : V j V V 000 feet of Irrigation pipe lalfK/;rhts ThursdaY' frora Erie Pa., ...+.....+++..+*...+.+.. County d '
Hearts-A. 9. CI V
COO tons of fertiliser puchaalpi' re they have spent the sum- Mr. J. P. Ilck man -motored to CI
I Diamonds-A. 8. 4rt..Jg,7 and Mo,000 spent In payrolls rebuilding Jacksonville Thursday of last weekto 'COFFINS & CASKETS I U VVI

SpadeB-J. operations all In the p4li rs. W. H. Ogden and daughter see his children who have been I
said Fall Lln at
Hearts-OL 5. JI year. iea 'eta who have spent severalth sick with the flu. We are glad to

-AQ.lo 9, Y 1 : Clubgnd1 ?. a gnl In the northreturned to report that they are Improved at Undertakers Supplies '
I A Diamond.T. 6. 2 West Palm Beach-A
turWys tone Heights Thursday. this writing C 4I .
I Z : Spades- IC. 8. 7, 6. 3 gobbler sold here for $160 or nvMi| 1 r. and Mrs. E. A. Smith and Strawberries are ripening In our AUTOMOBILE DJARSBAI. !: I \ 4

1 than $8 a pound. The turkey ts. Mr. and Mra. Lloyd Wright section and farmers
Hearta- K. 10. vesi our are ex .... .. kwU. Tlw ktKMBALMH.. 'kS ,
Clube- 1<. 6. 3Diamond. I auctioned at the Rotary club Iviurcheon ned Thursday from a three- pectlng better times soon. Mr. 56 the I..... ..._. ....... ..5.scan. a I
.- 10. 5 bidders paying only ys trip down the state. Lonnie Youngblood picked several I. ..I........ ..rS.ss.IIgGtsVtgSSD S V

Snade.-r---- -A.'". 0-,. -r amount_,__ ___, nf__ ItiAli_n_.. .ral_._.._. In on hid___. tvMl. s. E. D. Mowry, who had atfl nnft.4efln_t. ._., ahn.aflIVSI.C_".u.a.. .II1U.,.__ .Lila... *

)re, rul.ber Z dealt, bid carefu' and comrxire result. with the mony will go to a children's ho fail several weeks ago willable patch last week. d 1 DEWITT C. JONES
8 ) at Jacksonville. trump ised. H A anal *that will be given in the next Trlest has been quite 8TARKB. FLA.
ned .
eight of how should article S SMiamiPonies i*yi. I
lay 111. We are glad to know she Is better -

Me liandtog e? The nds of the other three"players with pedlgrare Miss Ruth Lawrence' Elizabeth ,
the inter : :!! 1! .mw.lll" '!!
features of will all be = - ---
"theDrope given and the possibilitief to be Accommodated here;(ughey, Arn eta Ogden.Mrs. Ray Mr. and Mrs. Ben Powell 'am i

r a that ;ling of slanu.s of eaclne considered. new polo barns erecte/1 by Hard wrence and Mrs. Chas. Wieman children of Putnam Hall spent '

Uflit&es some good An ferestine event for all 'Auction S. Firestone wealthy tire maJ'ove to Gainesville Wednesday :_' Great Ii
: player urred in London. England t Christmas day here with relatives. .- Lindbergh I'1cureW" _

'recent las shown by the following: facturer. The barns V have .1 ternoon. S ;; '4 ..-.; I V V _

Problem J "Prdrly attested evidence thai undergone 145,000. addition,, One of the most enjoyable Mr. and Mrs. 1[. D. May enjoyed V

Heart.-8, 3 four biie players were yesterday each now present woodwork finish/ i ents ever held In Keystone Christmas day by' having all their

CIUbS..Q. 108.SDiamonds dealt abmplcte suit in one deal, was to be a. fine as beautiful reside 1 I eights was the supper given Frl- children and her mother and father -

K. 7,6,3 publisfi.'On here tonight. of Miami Beach. In the sa ty evening by the men of the with her, also Miss Ida Hagan
nal bid of
none holder U his cards on seven the spades table. The the room trainers' quarters and o<$urch. The supper was prepared and Miss Jessie Owsley.Mr. .

pack wkiew.Th parts of the barn are polished ft nd served by the men alone and Dodd preached an Interesting -

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a An., calculai: as about 2.00O million to ton to enabl. the ponies to; raise It 'received. The following church last Sunday afternoonv

one, ye4( has happened four authenticated : their beads out. ot vyindowa, 1 the menu: Baked ham with po- Miss Rhoda Zeigler was visiting

,enre l rubber game ofttractJ Z It occtil pes at in Calcutta the last in forty years. i ,, toes peas. baked apple rolls, I Miss V June Adkins of Hampton last
t.bi.. IBM at MIamI-'wo'huedrd
thl'ft'no trum and tlery, olives, pickles pineapple
I A pad. Bi ht n nd
??. at the Surrey
.houL.i_ v ":,1> 'rj, _
VV uus over I waist I f W 1917.- Seminole Indians names have Ija.lad. Ice cream. assorted cakes Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Wallace were

recorded by ,Cory Osceola isjr id coffee. One hundred guests attending to business in Hampton -

Problem No. It ;_ medicine man, to attend a jw'ere seated at the flrst table and last Friday afternoon.Mrs. yen with 12 DigN"-! gso _

1esrig,4! ? for the Indians. In Musa IBblb: i ten minutes everyone was serv- ,.. L- Sullivan and little V tV Vt _

io-K dlan village Sunday Many Je id with the first course. Two son, Othma attended the Christ YOU1BTS COMPANION

t: whose names have not been fare
rta-a expected. Motor basses Ml yen hearty applause l the first Friday afternoon.Mr. This 12-color art print U m reproduction of tbe famous painting V

hs-Q.9.S.3 TTe-na Clubs -5 been donated' to bring banc1: [rhe JolLy Walters" written by and Mrs. D. W Moore wore be Companion hung la the mbwriliers.Capital Wu1 JtDIIo It U published exclusively tot 'te V ___ ______

ItIOnd8-9.4 V Diamonds-J.g_Q 10 from the Everg1 4Ie... V WtltegSv', H. Ogden and ,second "The visiting her stiUr. Mrs. T. F. JV V

-1IQae Spades-40wta -,*/ -..- be permitted to witness the i\V'aiter's Closing Songg" written Brown of Hampton Wednesday of Ills: COIIIPAJlnOI'f k SPECIAL OETRS. -

It they will.bring a gift. ,oe t>J V Mr. Cadman. A number of the last week. .1929.uJ_. 1. tW T-..'.Cn.Miili. *W 114.mmtf Ig :il V

.. \, : old 'Hunting Implements; V ia J............ 9d.e :.. Twa___..flZV..5.s.4ise _
V ft s cJ[. 'i.Dd handkerchiefs" ,
proprlate for the men cloth pc. le wore her mother's wedding lie school I. home spending tbe as I""""" S. c:."_-.......u.........,......ie. ) V

rtJ are V i V V 1: V" kinds and cooking utensils f I'..., sixty-eight years oldjanoth- Christmas holidays with her pareD _d. ..wasiek .,..... _

f list> any tramps defenae ami? Soluui Z\\\ a V VV :4. six of the seven trick women, any kind of toys, *esi r wore Mrs. Ella Bird's wedding t.. fe V .... ..dee_..... 1'VII..unu.0/1 Tees 'ifr _

.' V Iy wheeled I toys: for the chl r ess, Miss Mad Kenne'ay'jvrore' a The Tberess school cloned Frit An*,w.THE vovra-s coitrAMIOHAT .......Ms. _

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: Bradford Cb'tinty Telegraph I I II motor boat owiuirs:" and nm It Canada More Than Ever a Mecca for C ?
tv | From Other Pens II | In to the;. construct.on ami,>I I, l ;
Established'1877 tenanco of highways, I l,><> d IL __ .

... :. ,lM.;\ .n. -- ... I_ _. j I to the Improvonicin of the 16 i iI
: waterways of Florida I N :,ul I. i CI I '!' u.ptsu
Itublished Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Clas.' Tax Collector Seeks Relief I by Herbdrt M. ors of .1:", it ..,... ::.. (? ., ., '. ..,> aNrAtBrsed-:0 C4'f

Matter at the Post Office at Slarke, Florida Clearwater BUll headline Ha, tia. villa Mr. Corse's SUKKH/: IL ,\\AAN..::. ?"\'.'".''' ";?>.'\.. 'q.-' ',>iA*{.(1., .. )!i!! ..
ha! Haw, haw haw! --P. K. n. In bunk. The motor boats! we" I cp j.'ot. '. ... "",k3
,. E. S. Matthews __ __________________Owner and Publisher their owner I
b, Tampa Tribune. of little use to : ? Tr-P
tk t t i J. C; Robinson ____ ______-____________ Managing Editor out the highways. It w<>">U. : %. to
...n Christmas stickers and seals are just as much In order to <'<*, i (
h SUnSCRIPTION'RATE : beautiful and fill a long felt want the owner of an industrial U II 4!
and all I that, but the stenographer who drove his machinery will
;.,:? t Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75 Payable in Advance assisting the bookkeeping depart- gasoline! engine.-Palm Bea'liidependent. i'1' ',*

Advertising Rates on Application. ment in a friend'. store who past- Lr1J ., .M..

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-' ed on each envelope enclosing an -- --0 -- :
'' .. outgoing bill "Don't open until Paul C. Meredith secretary
-, / Practice writing it 11>29. ChrlHtmas" sure put the brakes on the Associated Real Estate Poe M k

5 0--- collection In that shop.-Tarpon of Florida, In his talks befored -
Leader. Cerent civic bodies over the sir\
This is the open season for calendars. Springs r B _
; ) ,, '.el
o- says that the only way to bavefcj n.e
f -. I ,
y b --r--0 Road traffic police must wear taxes Is to have low expendltw ; '.
: A happy and prosperous New Year to each of you. uniforms and badges, according to True hut In Florida's case liter '. ,, ,' _.>!-M, ,< hP

---.0----: : an opinion of Attorney General pendllures have been on an eraslve : ,,' 'Yi, ;," :. ..
Fred Davis Florida has outgrownthe ( scale and the only thing. ? '"
,'. t \ -At this season one of John D's new dimes would come in !' and k. '
L.. period when some officious per- taxpayer can do Is to grin 31> "
't .''handy:;; son with a tin star on his breast It until some of the Black la Ink,
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could annoy motorists traveling its out of public expenditures.
]i I'4 ; than thiSpirits. highways Now the state should Issues for nonessentials will abe
Christmas spirit was more' irievidence this year
t > "', I go to the next step and establish a very popular in future,, but.can't
.; ?4 ( state-wide patrol force to make Its run away from the b'llt'rlt

-;iL& "..r )- roads safe for those who use them. sons of the past. The bill tit $ 0 t

# spend : Year's clay -Ocala Star.A be paid.-Ocala Star. And that ,
|1- Edison, Ford and Firestone dew ( -o- -- the' mournful truth--Palm lira!

t.. .) j ; r, ..Florida.. "'. ', .,' ,. I northern editor complains that Independent.
?...., .' 0 the South Is not what he thoughtit -- -- -0"- -----
/"There are plenty of fresh leaves 'on the lawn for you to Wall He says that when he Arguing that the perfect tI
1 ,; / reached the sections where "moss would be a tax on inaction, a wev
'turn over January 1st. < > hangs from the trees" he began ern writer says that our preset

tiff -- looking for negroes playing ban- taxes are based on an oppoili
Jon In front of cabins, and that theory, namely, "we tax thrift; .
Two things that can 'be counted on at this season-ne\\
that In the Atthen
they may have done tion, capital enterprise
calendars and new beaus.. j' past but now they sit by the road says: "If a man saves h:, .
i1'' '. _- 0 panning Ford tires;Cross City money and buys a house, he i -r.01>1. t News. taxed If he- wastes his money I
\ I' Starke's hitch school has been placed in the standard --- ----.- extravagant; living, he is not lax CniinJa. Briculn Chat. Di-minlort t" 'Sl.llllVy Pro, V III| ""1\-1'' "'l| Hill f>- "frurlren"' bound,far' thl Orient:. t
I I I I 1 '.. vtl.. Pnrant' / by Sir Godfrey ",om.., the
Ill'i a < p Pn
of Florida schools "What kind of a store Is that Following that theory toll la nllructlnn urine
1' ,,,; regulation list l t it .1." I i r* i-t' lilt tHnirr ( Walts' private aecretutilcitlarly
kj o Fellow running, ?' asked a motor logical conclusion, It would KOCH and ours turnout pemutiUKe "UI \JHIty I I l P > Cnn C"W'dtt. magnoAeentaenory'p: '
w' lat "Well he has auto parts for that; the sales tax, which has nun particularly those trom the Moihi-i' IUWP ii I" i-i, 1 I h ;'eIn in thet0cta:: mukreIclfnl .
., Airplane manufacturers should get a.better slogan than sale," replied the attendant In the strong advocates, would get tb.. Country who cum to are tot'thunl' ,. ,' ", A nl". setting (lot the aiming(
ai s "Safe as an automobile" for their craft. ailing station, "buys butter, eggs loafer and spendthrift for ever\ selvrs. how vastly Ufferent la thi- 14"1 .i". ,'oust s"moviee" One of llw most rttcplrmrca ..
and poultry, deals in real estate time; he indulged In an extrara greal CoinmouweHlib to Ui. "tmtiilittle pupiil 1 "u M, ., ttvbii r ur to toe Made there It 1
v, ,0 paints houses marries folks in hiS ant[ purchase he would contrlhut't>' IsI,," '.cruse. the Allantiu A'e, ll'tjl e t- i 1 V* ll I"h I King nt the Mountalnf(tarring Jo
into the traffic line withrouta ,! to the Dominion war 'ho..p "! :r' ? ,c'-'t jtnrrI' Bnrrymote and Jntiiillt/ Horn. 'J'1oI
of place cent
I t .' Coming.out a parking capacity ,aa justlre of the pence, something to the support of guvirnment .
M.cJ. ,>onald. former Punic "'- I1M '10".1( film' "keD nigh I tOO' Dcautiful UUnitne.
.1'' r, s backward look sometimes spells disaster. runs the pout office, sells and Its institutions.- Kamnuy Minuter ol great Britain who nc- the dOrw.ltlit< 1.se. f''.. fl' rite i I In Altirrw.. till\ give a
+1'1 ." ". I 0 Name, molasses, etc., and stamps//I cala Star! r'.inpnnl, By >hla ,(taughti ta. murtp .nlriiii prnr: wee II"".Ilft,, in iicTi-w, the 'tup mivte-r.opr an ppppittnitj to sea i I'
loarders upstairs I -----0- .coitiiientnl, lour Outing winch nut w m. 'OIl t>;nw>nrTi r-v .uu- vuiitiicrbrolhoi. mllJc) 'tlc grnndrtir' nf the <:anent
b''" According to the Tampa Tirbune, Tampa's new theatre all; it a drug store,"-Wroe'n I We are remembering at this glad ,he piloted a Cunadlxn: Pacific locum" : P.int-o l..ul.j. who nuvclrd > Kocklea. and it die ems time be m
opened Saturday night with "Nothing to Wear." Writings.We eason of the year all our editor 1.1IOIhl..11 hinted h'. train and unvoilml Kcrosn rrimcln In .Vpncoiivrr.wiieie tprtnln by ride) tif IN", erenteiit' '
... ... ,hial
,i' a Statue lu tiuuctt sidles Cuby I tee rkjuluec* hlr- sulk. H M S. trie a.lver s seen oar producer<
f -0'I,nd columnist friends of Florida .T
) notice In a list of handy subjects -, ]lewspaperdom and do sincerely ".
l ,.. We trust the PaRAGraphers navigated through the day for paragraphers that these 1 wish for them a merry and happy \> the Corinth Union-T. N Nor- Smyrna Breeze. The building, ac. to induce the'' :titans of Arctli

rg# Christmas with nothing worse than a tummyache. pertinent Items were forgotten: 'uletlde season. In particular In nan In charge. .' cording to the Breeze, will be ai i to visit this bUIlding and see VI j

.I N'vr, yr .-.i i -af' Knees (dimpled, preferred), gum, I)ur thoughts at this time are: Don 3:00: p. m. B. Y. P U. Federa- fine home for the members of the has been accomplished In no slf
1 A yellow dogs mother-in-law, cost I iochner of the Clermont free! ; lon-Address by Rev. L. O. .Shef- club and will consist of two large a time. }'roOllIen.peakers\
Ocala Banner says the popular song among the sheiks Atr. of coal, legislature, younger genC C Albert LeachMrs.. Ivy Clough leld. clubrooms modernly furnished, office be secured to lhe occasion r

f r.. Christmas times was "I Can't Give U Anything But Love." [iratlon the jaza-mnd, love, grape-,1'; Johnson avid Dr. MacKenzIe: of the "God Be With Ypu Till We Meet rooms, three large porches a committee i at work to no
t 0II run (squirt and itiulrtless), hl- ]J leesburg, Commercial; M. E, \gttlti." twenty-eight lockers and twenty- .the event a au secs
ackera, rum runners and bootleg- 1 rewster, of the Eustis Lake 'Ttcfin SPIU'.5U1"rE111.1- eight private boat slips. The struc- .-...
,' Christmas shoppers falling under the spell of "Buy now- and add this to : N' Polk Cit: Flor.a Citrus
/:;;ers. Please note I IIL ; Hugh Osborne, of the Umntli- ture, which is tbe stone and
: pay next year" are bewildered over the rapid arriVal! of .11 .existing! .Hats.Florida: Stated, j I IV Tribune: the Abeles of Mt -.- .' stucco Is being constructed by Ar- change predlt 1i r crop of .,
will ee'tni Ie" ,OUU
n '' "next year." (Tallahassee) News, Dora; the Gores of Tavares; John R,!V. George If. Lowry, ),lastor. tjiur) Mearea, under the supervision rus
E' \ 1
I 0- ---0----- ,I! Temple: Craves of the Jacksonville,, 10 a, m, Sunday school, .J, M. of Joe Woliwottt, architect. from Polk rOil' I"I;) X. :oD111 LII f.,
Tampa "'r
I,' KluiicU Clark for the pant four''I Journal; Ktl: Lambright. of tin- ruby supt. !Many of the members donated considerable .
j After a week's reading of the papers most anyone will years<<: director of farm admlnlstratton !-' Tampa: 'rrlb''''iuo ; Avery Powell, .n( 11 a. m. :Morning worship, serum work on the bulldin}. Insurance r I Ir r merle Co o.
with Gulf i I'
;, : .decide thia country has more savages in need of conversion for the J. C. PelUll1yOwlnnCorporaton i the TlnicsnUBlon! ; John Lochno. by pastor "The New Year's -----. Juckeonvil!
: in Clay county ).8:: leaale." ,'A held
than any fort"en country. ; > of the Florida. Newspaper Now; Endeavor. vpcclal coremony will be Lake \ "orri- :: In lie,
'felling ready for a Journey halfway Mrs. Mary Adams Do h, of i I the 'Q30 p. m. Christian' .it Arcadia December 23rd when Cross l rohnh .1.,1, ant wd!'
around the world to Kore Jack AVonhlU- 7:30: p. m. Evening worshlp.ser-!'
Dunnellon Truth
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; : .he cornerstone of the huge umphl- und I '
s Some enterprising) seeker, after facts in. the state records where l Ite 1 hits. been appointed tiiipervltto toil' of the,Lake Wales Highlander : : lee of HOUR' and sermon. Sermon, theatre for the Chautauqua Assembly rTampnr way 1\1l.0 'i[ prli
r state ia dodging the gasoline tax thn development of dlporslfled ; Major\ Hall of the Apopk.i ibject, "Salvation Nearer." A, Florida will be formal-
: find.* that !the government : of for new h'I:' t r i
I agriculture. Florida must irdiul livvltatlou to all our. eerie -
institutions. ; Chief; Leslie Siiundem, of tin-' [llr laid. The celebration will be Tampaple'ted dc sir tor
:in bUy 1lg. for-the statb fprm and other lJe reputation in the i extended to all.
getting a
Winter Garden<;:: Herald; Nate Hfus-" jnly a local one and will be held ou f uibe'.rd! ee
;+ : I arming world at large when Japin of the Arcadian, and Robinson c'( 't --' _
!. Professor oMSWish' at Syracuse University says this I has to wend here for someone the Bradford County Telegraph.- os .\u S'flUCKI.'J: -- -- -- -- -- "
i l ::0 supervise: Korean agriculture.Sunfonl .- -
t;; J .J ; 'r country needs some new swear >vor ls, It's up to; him to coin I : Herald. Groveland Graphic. i iProgranV'of Oscar Strickland 23, son'qt"r.ft.nd ,.

; a word that will relieve a fellow's feeling. quicker than those --- -- -- ----0-- Mrs. R. D. Strickland Wilo"lIve"'
t now in use. Jerry Carter, hotel commission! ''n.It.\U ear Starke, died at his home Frl

...t, <<:T, certainly has an Iron nerve. lie 9 ; 'seemly, ruled that ladles/ serving New' River Association ess ot several days from pneuIonia. -
{ : Down in the citrus st.t n they are advising the use of ;:ood at church bazaars we.e;'vla- to be held with Starke church'' Funeral services and bur

;: ', L grapefruit for the flu; For., attacks during February and I sting the hotel and restaurant Saturday and Sunday; Dec 29-30.: I 1 were held Wednesday, Decemr -
,1 I aws of the state unless their I Saturday 26th, at KIngsley lake ceme-
March, as we have nb bananas recommend, ; Bradford coun- 10 a. m. Devotional-Rev. L.' TOWlDECEM
;laces of business! are duly In- 'ry, Revs. Donnelly and, Strlck
1 ty strawberries. ,r ,, I ::pected etc., as other businessesf W. Klckllter.: I nd officiating. Besides his par

I rQ -- ( like nature. He may be technt- 10:30: a. m. Roll call of churches! t eta he 1 Is survived by several
c ally right but we don't envy him' tend enrollment of messengers. j I rothers an sisters. Funeral arkngementi -
t, Inventor of that automatic ,machine; to operate the lino-
bat he'll when the ladles ol'lorlda
get were in charge of the
r, q typo has not said how,the .de'v ,ceVi1l divide a word properly ;' get a whack at him in an sermon-rte. I DeWItt C. Jones Company.

at the. end of a line, back-space a_ line of long words or pick e lection.: Look what they did to Noon, refreshments. !| ,
r 11,oor Al for his prohibition view 1:30: p. m. Roll call of churches) New Smyrna Tourist and Fish-
s 4 out sorts from a pi-stacker. --Marlaiinu TimesCourier.There renewed. Reports from Sunday lag club's handsome new building

I ., 0 n schools, B. Y. P. Unions and W. M. on Washington street is nearing

The man in St. Petersburgw' \ o stole 35 cents from the Is pne thing I want young Unions.' completion and will probably be

government will likely be given: a term at Atlanta Federal : 'I tea to remember as long as they: :3:00 I p: m. Church discipline acCording ready for occupancy wltblu the 3ER'S MOON
',ve. It Is this: Whenever you ob- to Matt. 18th. Opened byRe "next two weeks, says the NewT
'j; pen. The government and public shows little sympathy. for (rve a group of men ordering' ,.. J. It. NorrIs Discussed by --- --

i those who steal less than a million. d rinks, swilling down beer trad- lev. S. 8. Proctor and others.

-oin .. 1 It I g chimney-sweep stories, spitting 7:30: p. m. Service by Jacksonville FLORIDAGainesville's
it profanity be very sure that Evangelistic Brotherhood. J.T. .
r Benjamin of the Palm Beach Independent, and Powell of autilm rains have
F !lese men do not represent. big Quigley in charge. Perhaps moor
.r, the Times-Union, are arguing over the terms "mountain} dew" t tti band isl neus. They will generally be Sunday > DeluxeTheatre t

ti t a "mountain cawn." As long as they can get a kick out of I fc)und to be a bunch' of small-place 9:30: a. in. D4.votional-ReV': L. i I forest's gorgeofc tints ; December's}
>boil lea jigging along on theiray O. Sheffield. |
: a, 'the argument each can. claim he's. right. w to nowhere. Big business Is 10 a. m. ,Regular Sunday School See and : may cast nig' ly 'pale to ?MOW corr|

;; b---- 81 itlng out there in the car with lesson with an address by Rev.. <, 1..i i ear.MON. thelarvest's h01. fed and tl >'

i Something ought to ba done about these smart city guys. g(od books and good thoughts, and 'P. Raymond I' shock-but !

I t r+ I The expression on their faces when they drive up and stop e: epa society.itself-\V.away H.from Rtdgeway.o that .kind Di!11: Brlttaln.a. m, 'Missionary .sermon : TUES., WED. cloud's silver. Jung glistens. ) in the firelight } <

to wait for the green light with not another car in sight from -- 1%. Noon-1-t\freshments. I Warner Bros., Present I are

I any direction is nothing short of contempt of something-or- A suggestion that that portion 8:00: p. m. B. Y. P. U, program f of satisfjjtiori arid pljnty-7
i i11It "MY.MAN"
I t .j other. ; ts mRSCSaOSSRffiSIffiJfS thankful.Mdforfl.
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'T,: ., ; Music Score t4 1

I" ,1.' ? Bye you Baby Bunting, I Choice Strawberry Plants Plus Bank

jk. Your daddy's gone a-hiuiting, I I'" Two DeLuxe County

*f He's bought his license, sheila and frills ,, t\
I have of Missionary and Im I (U JITAPHONCPresentations FinancLl Stronghold j
8 1 S'J-; *And must pay for the cows he kills.TimesUnion.. plenty good Improved ./Jtadfor" Codtifs 1

b d 1-: '. .. proved Klondike, berry plants all from young: beds state ,.j. .. S ARKE FL .
., !'. 1 r And1Iovietone :
Bye, bye, Baby Bunting, inspected and passed; we carry''' Florida permit to ship News \/ _

s Your daddy's gone a-hunting, .. I
Into state. We can fill order at 1000 $2.75 :
your any ; 0.H"'II'illl-
from the woods but like
Far as not : THUR. & FRIDAY
g+ _' Before he returns he'll get a shot. 't :'; 5000 lots or more, $2.50 per thousand;) .For 50 years the

-West Palm Beach Tropical Sun. JACK HOLT
word Bauer, has stood for the best berry plants grown, ........"... anavawwaesatus.. aTeSJtuaaaareu. ,-
Bye, bye, Baby Bunting I In
Yesdaddy's still a-hunting ; "* aft and today we still produce the very best. We hope to "SUBMARINE" HAlJOLD C. WALL

He found the still and got a shot, "' Af't; have your orders.

And,now he's loaded up a lot. r'Tarpon l., SATURDAY'r- JFSURANCE

i' Leader "TilE LITTLE WILDCAT"With
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+.. i Bye, bye, Baby Bunting, ,f'" the Beat a I e


it -He found the deer and shot his gun JUDSONIA, .AUK.. BOX 10 MAD PR011TTL=

t a R Then stood and watched the little buck run. I l I '
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