Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 4, 1929
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:02366
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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".1;;,' Winter Schedule InaugurationAwaits APs Nomination t

j,' I I Gr Wrecked Thursday' 'Fo Tuesday In 1932 OpposedBy
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A Curttaa biplane No. C.I OC4 --- Tallahassee! Jan, 2.-Floridafolks Dixie; Solons l

".><. fu/rlit/ .... ;\ was wrecked Thursday morning in Ssswannr,. Kivfp HpeciAl Also Operates >>. :M-\V: IMHHK.NCKUBeginning ; : S'IIEIL'l.E$ and winter visitors: -
raa Florid rsi sit >> a field northwest of Starke In an to Hampton This -- 1
:;. Is your bid to the Inauguration A movement among southern,

U' i'' Iove Lunch_Stand reqthe tiff ..."tal1t. jjit.J Iatit4e attempt to take-off aft.r sp.ndlna .Hriuion.---,-- : Sunday Dec. 30th of Doyle E. Carlton as /governor congressman to .smother quickly 'I'
t; FIOrbe41erCe .. lttfll; : the night due to forced Seaboard Railway schedules for "
oan. a landing.
\ has moved his 1 The Seaboard AirLine Railway of Florida ou January 8 In any movement designed to make '
A t:: '"'i ? W. D, Pender 1 da tachainMo \ I The field, just west of Lacy Edwards' Stark were posted as fototws: Tallahassee.
I Walnut street to begins Its de luxe: winter train serVice Southbound Governor Alfred E. Smith the J.
:,: ,L..' lunch stand from farm, was selected by the Come early and stay late. Bring
: cam effective
:. \ to Florida this' week. No. 1-(Local: ) 10:07: p. m. Democratic '..
the .Sinclair Filling Station onTemple ilcpartlttA :lJ pilots. Messrs. C. J. Fenton and C. all your friends. to help you take presidential candidatein
maintain I D. Kalmbach of Toledo, Ohio'lateWednesday November and December' tourist No. ,ll-Lo8l( ) 11:43: a. m. 1932 :::1
avenue. He.will also .. part in all the big doings, but it was disclosed recently In
I I. LiI 11" in !Iir d No. 3-(Limited ) 9:44: a .m. 1
1ralSfe afternoon. approach of
Postal Telegraph office In travel to the Carolinas nud Florida they won't come. you come anyway the wake of the attack of Representative -
; his one dgette) ; the necessary
building.llocruiting | and the holiday) travel has: been Ralph Gilbert (D) of: *
: the same No. 191-(Limited) 11:31: p. m.
them to make a landing. Although It's
nIit oratic t thet t going to be the largest and
e ; I
far than In former .
i' I greater years.Paspenger Northbound Kentucky on the party' recent
Office Opened. of Fto leco.Borlda. covered with broom sage best attended inauguration Florida
RoW j ,la
ns' | officials! .. of No. a-(Local) 4:41: a. m.
Corporal Jackson F. Hitch will ; t! reduce lt shoulder high, the landing was ) the eaboard has ever had. It's going to be campaign management.
; I.. office at ovens, successfully made. blow are exceedingly optimistic as, advance i No. 13-(Local) 3:80: p. m.
one tIre|
maintain .a recruiting sanu rket V lier more than the Inauguration of a Bringing to the floor of congress
s liy
"u01l.h..tqtoreJiar. reservations No. 4- (Limited ) 9:01, ). m.
Hampton.for the. ,next thirty days, red and I Ing out In bumping over the fur. re Inquiries II I new governor. The big/ parade on I a political discussion Which'has ; ij
I accepting white recruits! for all" sum ughoujorlda vlll ".zab1ereon. rows at their eastern offices Indicate a 'I No. 108- -Limited( ) 5:45: p. m. the morning of inauguration day been going on in the tloakrooms L,

: .hrajtcbns ot service and' for statlona -! the Boeing that tile heavy growth large increase over: /any previous I No. 102-(Limited) arrivinghere will show Florida's progress, resources Gilbert declared<< thatSmith's ,',
; .' pure tountry\ toruttilinttVege at I 5:31) a, m., stops only for ;
1 II.'' in Hawaii Texas, Oklahoma tabl Iy frof of straw would interfere with the I season. and possibilities and national : renomination is.> "un '.u
$ ,
'J ; The famous Orange Blossom the purpose of letting oft passengers : '
take-off the plane was lightenedas thinkable.
: bad. southeastern states. Corp. it I ..3t.T j !: screen and press publicitywill "
(: |n tnlarstato.'jand' .
from the EdBt Coast.
boy ; much as possible Thursday Special through Florida by day- be
Bradford county igpr1 given the ceremonies.Don't Although some party leaders {
Hltth is a 1
:: If" {, '' on'Ite Non 7, 10, Orange Blossoms I
in j 'morning and with Fenton at the l.ght--arrlved Monday initial 8,9., (
: basa number of relatives ketlnglirlatio ; wait gee an engraved andmbn".d privately expressed regret that Gil- ..j
and ,
F; ": tegeeomtblngion : limited trains do not '
?iBradford and Union counties I | controls the plane wasrun, up and tripfrom New York and ) stop. Invitation personally bert had brought the subject before }
stitFanspertaIn .
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''down the field to beat down the Washington reaching Tampa at in Starke. signed the the '
: I ivlleg'' by new! governor-for public Inquiry developed \
i ", I.. Dies at Georgia Home t inoutjl'itry 1Ob\brbm..t'; 'fliUIngniaiJng straw and make a passable' run 4:55: p. 'm.,, St. Petersburg 6:45: AVaiinre Uruiicli there Isn't going to be any. It that other speeches' will be madef/I

w t' W. S. Lang of Ludowlcl, Ga., ;t the way. The heavy growth prevented p. m., West' Paint Beach 0-43: p.: No. 101-Leaves Starke 0 a. m. you are particular Just decorate In the near future along the same J

"I:. died at his home at noon Saturday force! *tt1.l.tbrolilh.' the plane from getting sufficient! m., Miami 8:45, p. m. This distinguished No. 102-Arrives Starke 4:40: p. this one. But unless you do dollIt line. ''i
ldaJn leretofore, F.1ortJ -
I from an attack ot cute 1ndlgeaI. bead way, the wheels struck a'deep ,Florida train haa, In m. up :you will have one just Ilk.everybodr' In making his speech Gilbert
tion. Mr. Lang and family had mar*ts ., ,, ;, thin njrI- furrow and before the plane's nose past season made ft' wonderful on- ltlu Hits Lino, else's.Governor took cognisance of proposal. made'J
I. carloa md"fecllts" 'I
been to Brooker on a motor trip, prjMmaMlch col |use ft. could be brought up the landing time'record; It Is n< ted fo( Its fine Northbound-6: 10 a. m., 8:53a. : Carlton's most select already by many admirer of

.Ijr' returning to Ludowlcl Saturday in frtfjfvegehllotSnfonl aid i.It.t.not, and small gear brushed the wire fence. With equipment and Is one hour fasterIn m.. 1:58: p. m., 6:18: p. m., 8:58: friends are all the people of Flor'Governor Smith that lie ba kept, I

'; time-for the noon meal. He was \. ( :consume caricad the engine wide open the plane both directions between Florida p. m. ida. If engraved and embossed In- in the public eye in the next four :tl\
bles in
: trlcken while at ,the table and snjal to't make again nosed down, the propeller and Washington and New York Southbound: 3'1 a.. m.. 12:07p.m.,4O7p..m.,6:37p.m.,1050: vttattona could be sent to everyman :years and then renominated .toe: .,"".'
their '
!:q.f I died, within a few minutes without p k mark t. :qu.nUt.ie\: In smashing to pieces In contact with than In former seasons. It will : \ : : woman and child in the state, the presidency, t

iff I regaining consciousness.He thro : another wire fence and turned continue to operate over the Gr.osa-; p. m. ... as he would wish! to do, the cost The speech was openly endorsed], ,;:(<
k i pay1ngnadary .
i'' completely over. Pilot Fenton had Baldwin cutoff, and will /give the ---- would be prohibitive and It would by two member. of the Democratic' : .
:!).i turn*'From Hunting TripJudged. Dihi *l h $ arload .rate his safety belt' 'loosened and he finest of service to ''and from both Cincinnati, serving the entire east h take too long.Moreover southern delegations who support ;
I. Z. Adklns returned I rate, r1te''batk- and central west .
coasts throiifth central Florida
dropped out,, un-lnjured. with a it is pointed out by ed Governor Smith. "
hunting | to the final dt>8iV Added 'attractive features of
Mondayafternoon froma Ore extInguisher hi. hand almost with only one n1tout, In each those: making arrangements for the'eremonles "I agree with Mr. dilbert< T.....; f
1 trip in tbe Everglades, his party provinih (,; ', direction. It makes its initial trip Seaboard service Is Its crolla. late
f as soon as"the plane came to it has never been the democratic party made a m4stsI,1lit \ 1
The party, made ions of tha new day and\ night trains between St.
killing flva deer. northbound from )' t. Petersburg .
rest upside down. .Fire not break- custom in Florida to Issue Invita nominating Governor $mihr,
up ot' three other circuit Judges mevli d.a', :.rant' the 11:50: a. m., Tampa, 2:00 p. m., Petersburg, Tampa, West Palm Ion,'
Ing out as he apparently expected to an Inauguration of the said Hep. Lowrey (D) ot Missis* I IIlppl.
;.' and several lawyers,. drove ,to a'. slot Ifromtbeprot8pitl be cut off the Ignition and waited Miami 9:60: a. m., West Palm Beach and Miami through the governor, S :,.
90 miles south of Ft. Myers iiitratlon or Beach 11:48 :, east and Highland, lake regions", and resorts '
.ily.: point tor assistance to right the plane. : e m., tfie e "I said so at the time but sup:! :. ),
interior of the dtUe la the state, va- of central Florida. This l U
,, HJ'; going into the The lower wings of the plane west coasts sections being ..consoli Florida Tick Free ported him. It doesn't seem, ,t* .j.
I of a tram railway efr in carload) lots. the only .Ifne over which u passenger
swamp by means dated both north'and southbound
: were partly torn off and the body be the wise thing to consider hirti, -
removing tlm-,' Wnpoint these can purchase a winter ticket ,
I, built by Collier for '? rq frame bent in one place where it at Wildwood. In 1932."
were spent at the ed iftjand made .. from the north to Florida that Includes Counties Number
i her. Four days The Seaboard Florida Llmlt di .
: came In contact with a fence post. "I think that Smith Is impoast. -,
rl ;. and fprwardach ( both coasts without an ex- ,
all Pullman deluxe -that will '
In addition to damage done to con !ble In 1932 said RepresentativeGreen
i 5 ;r, c mmod. leave eastern cities In the even Ira' charge, having through train Total Twenty-Six
iI I: Celebrated trols and propeller the undet' carriage (CD) of Florida." "While ,h* .
I Mew Year ;'taproportiourPuh; service straight across the state.
f arrive In Florida in the ,
also bore marks of the two ng record constructiveaclievemeut
had fine ot
a :
. .' largenumber ofj "r -
,I, An unusually slid car. morning and leave Florida In theJ;; As an Illustration, a passenger in i t..;
wire fences destroyed In its path, to take before thepedple
I were on the streets at Florida begins the new year withlwenty.I. )
our people M of origin New York or Chicago can purchase -
] 4t Mr, Fenton continued his Interrupted evening, arriving In eastern cities other considerations made
of ,
farewell I I its
midnight Monday tbid ) counties, or about ,
ticket "over the
: ntw prlv- a. reading
; C 9 In the morning, starts its twen.
journey to Orlando by train on : hU nOmination mistake I believe
old : and usher the newt 40 per cent of the state. free of the.
: to the year iMmall market Seaboard Air Llna Railway to
: I where be to meet his wife, and I I ty-elghth season from New York that Donahey of
was Governor
In with ceremony. Every con Florida' 'cattle fever tick, as the result of
Palm Beach and
t year lytrom/ Went or Miami '
. 1f.I i 4 J ; the plane was being taken to pieces and Washington next Saturday I Ohio or1 Rome other outstanding
of nol e-maklng ,apparatus II activities! of the State Live Stock:
: 'rif,, teiTabla Bart ruits and vege i I travel In either direction via Tani- : *
.;.i".,, was brought into play a'that be Thursday afternoon by his partner ]: iveu'nK.: January Bib, arriving ar- I, 'Sanitary Hoard. dry proteiitant would have been
can or St. Petersburg at the name
1 '
i "
In St.
I for shipment to some point where' rvlng Tampa, Petersburg, .1ertnd on the Democratic ticket
bOards annual :
the ones pi inUp, YIxWlug '
of younger whereas .
i' t'> and some! under Palm Beach and Miami 'ost of other ticket good going
iren into' action thr" repairs can he tfltde.Bradford j i i West early I I II the' statue of tick: eradication
f i the fire t dv it could purarloads I Monday It makes Its and returning only by direct
. times, each time being cut she d of Indt- --- I first 'trip morning northbound; from these route) These tlcktits )read( "one I'I Ior work In the state has Just been I In, I LOCAL, PEOPLEIN *

by the officer on duty at one of t b 4 les quantities High > Lilies same *evening Heretofore I both ways' I through JlIckllon.I''tied!, It gives In addition to the I

ontrol stations. The banks a; I real to be coni this train has by theGr6MsBaldwlii villa or the Hampton cut-off and( ;i 1 lick-free crnititlt'H which have AUTO SMASH ::;
postoftlce were the only buslno!!\' e became unlit fur! Opens Jan. 14thOn cue-olt') ut ths! sea- I vice versa. I I boon released front stute and! fnd- ,
1 houses in town to observe the dal trill quarantine, six counties
i The Seaboard has Issued many
i, son the Seaboard will\ operate It '
While takingthuir daughter.M
,l>y "' i il eliminates. tbe'I IItI attractive booklets descriptive of where systematic t'radlcaUolwill ;
clo.lft"r. account of the number of influenza through SaY t4nali and Jackuonville where.' Mona, to Jacksonville early .
.:. be lu March 1. 102ft; four
e fjI1"SO far an | Florida's winter resorts, picturing
Ford and'whippet SUx .H,,..Hj -i cases lit and near Starke union stations.. dual eradication will be completedon 'I Thursday morning to board the

I. ,.: A Ford roadster and Whippet!wlUTiniproductk'at)II.e tiflt a oncerned".nd I and to the request of State Superintendent The Carolina Florida Special, their routes and train service. July 1, 1929, and thirty-one I train for Cincinnati where she .la,4- ]
la receive the Thousands of copies have been distributed
of Call if rr/o another of the Seaboards well. '
1 sedan mixed at the corner Cawthon the Bradford 'countloB still in the tick-infested engaged In teaching at the Conservatory
.: r nnd Court streets Monday noon the ell lillut' Fo'8tbeea.l1ee* ota High School will not open until known 'winter trains between New .* throughout the north. and area. of Music, Mr and Mrs.,

J little damage resulting to either or local' fr hl1tfpt; '' :\backhaulit Monday January 14th. County I I York and Florida serving the Caro. 'went.. Large advertisements descriptive I' Those counties declared tick- G, W. Alderman had a iiarroyjee, *
And;,will make of Florida and Seaboard
1 struck on the possfefcle lor ), Una resorts ot 'Southern Pines '
.I car. The Ford was Superintendent Wiggins has been free, and from which the state and cape from death or serious ltPry'when 1
tecelve'tresher'necaiise service being
now displayed
aide as it, was making a U-turn, fruits ndye51)f( c confined to his home suffering Plnehurst and Camden where stopover are 'federal quarantines have been released their car was struck a glhc-'
one fender being ,battered by the commodities \ '),.$ theo from'an attack, and this week Is permitted on tickets to In newspapers In the east and central are: ing blow by a Chrysler drive, "t,

; Whippet's bumper The .woman destination lnsii 'gpcWre, 1y to Principal: S. S. Cowling was \Florida, makes Its Initial trip western cities.. Kicambla, Santa Rosa, Okaloosa, high speed by Prof. R. S. Alw f *<<, h dis- The for travel this season -
said 'Didn't tant primary tss) < southbound from New York and prospect ".
the Whippet inn' Galneavtl'
driver ot. : |) taken ill and his physician statedit Walton, Holmes Washington ,Bay, University Florida
have created< determination 11
you see me coming The man or three diy ((1'"'Jr : two would be impossible for the Washington next Saturday evening a .Jackson Calboun, Gulf, Oaffuden Only the slow speed Mr. AUermj ,

4 driving the flivver' retorted "Didn't The mixing p1$5baudlIng.IIe \ ; I .ln.fnal.. .._. ..._. in__ fnlrA.___ tin- _h1l__ rilltf____._._ n..1Itr ____n January 11th, and comes Into !I among Seaboard people to give the .Liberty. Franklin, Leon Wakulla, was driving enabled him to ) ,,, nf ftiA leMCt) ... ,; i t\, \ the recommittthebarnber'i- best of service in every respect. "
? Feelings relIeved .. urj\.. ..10 Florida Monday morning, Januar, antf,
t: .you see me turning --- -- -- Monday as originally planned. Jefferson, Madison, Taylor Hamilton his car partly' under control }

'ip each'separated to go their special Wal- Mr A. J. Qriffis, who succeeds 7th.In Lafayette, llxle, Martin Palm I upright an it went into the'dICcbJThe
i respective ways-but the woman ter F. Coachman aat1' by Mr. Wiggins as county superintendent addition to the above servicestarting LICENSE PERIOD I Beach, Broward. Dad and Mon accident occurred a raltcv t..

driver turned the wheel over to a yule and fcls &11;. il9 i'f Jackson- on Tuesday, January 8th, received this week, the Seaboard north of Highland at 7 oclock aDd

I; \ i.male companion before proceeding. old Hnme of 01. te 54u1 liar. Instructions from state Superintendent has been operating; since early In CLOSED JAN. IS'lAlthough roe.The tour counties where final although the Alderman party e$A

i. a this clt y. br. B :; tfary: and Cawthon Wednesday ,[ December the Suwannee River eradication work will, lend next' caped with only a severe shaking?

On Road SKI Years Of Ore n Cove l teitG.: Lewis to not allow pupil or teachers to I| Special by the Hampton cut-off to ---- July are 8uwu.nn> ', Columbia,, up the driver of the Chrysler did

Messrs. W B. Alexander and W. Lai4 i ot this/ 6'h f.<' E
,, uon Jesse, of Hampton were business -!ot. TawIa, and J< 'f :.JjA. Orlfflnl 'f who had not been in thin Cleveland, Detroit and Florida'. department requested the authorities eradication will" begin leaving the roadway, and 'turning'j
to tarke Tut day, ($Cill:: l of MtI .. of all counties to allow ,
; visitors ami. 1j :le tomtnl j state for the required two weeks. West Coast cities. Thin Is the In Levy, Qllchrlst, Bradford, over several times before he van
1! attending to business matter. ed last winter a0ala 'wftnorganlzmendations : 'This ruling affected three high eighth season of this famous train,, motor vehicle owner of the state Clay. Uuval and Nassau next thrown out when the top was toruj;

I v-Whlle here, Mr. W. 3. Alexander the ata$ -wide. all" t.quelt fence I. school and one grammar schoolteacher and It Is. still the shortest through another 16\ days In' which to purchase March off A small pine tree in IJIL( path,

railed at the Telegraph office and t In al confers ;i[, here, and Mr. Crime expressed train route between St. Petersburg. 1929' lIcense Bradford tags, Sheriff Those counties Hated as was cut.dowJl' bythTmpact.and

renewed his ..ubscrlpUofor another make a study of (JaMlncted to his' intention of carrying Tampa. Sarasota., Ohio Hirer and Eppersoitof county tined, or In the qUalaa"j after Prof. Atkinson was thrown

{ I : year. he being listed among try with a "Iew t,KeHous Indiis-I out the order from the state boardof central. western cities, and is Flor 'state the, period In which to purchase are Alachun, Putnam, St. Johnlt" out the car continued for thirty
: number to whom the Telegraphs BJakMg rel'om..1 Ida's most popular train from the the proper tags expired Jan. ,, to.1; J
the wblc1 education when be should enter Flagter, Marlon Volusia, Citrus, I IHernando or forty feet before coming
;t baa been>> going over a long period greater, reTe Due \*llt result in ,'office. west, let and what action his office took Sumter, Lake Seml- top with the wheels' in the ,sIr4

I of years without a break. Mr. growers lIe rlngt S tfce citruse'conducted e Another one of the Seaboard's" depended upon the attitude of motorists note Orange, 1'asco, Illilsbor-.The machine then caught fire ami)

:;; Alexander has also completed hi. in Jacksonrllle, : I MASONIC 0 FF1- trains "The Southerner" operating In getting/ tags before Jan ugh, Polk, Oncaola. Brevard was almost completely d8 tr01ed.;

: thirty-fifth year on the road as and Ml.iml,, the pa:,: Orlando between ,New York and Washington uary 16th. Manatee, llardee, Indian River I'rof. Atkinson waj. carried ,civto
r j Mlddlshade I iry quickly Last year I08 tags for pa s.n-
of the embracing to Florida arrives aj Tampa the
: representative not on Okeechobee Highlands. St. Lucle, Gainesville to hospital .by,
''I f Company of Philadelphia, his territory tlon and uarketln rUB produc- CERSINSTALLED 6:10 p. m., St. Petersburg ,8:20: ,p. get vehicles were sold by the local Sarasota DeSoto, Charlotte I students, who passed:shortly after

i taking; in Georgia, Alabama, lions as they relatable these ques- m., and leave St. Petersburg 10:40: tag office arid 260 truck license Glades Lee, Hendry and Collier.As ward. Mr. and Mrs.;Alderman returned *

it Mississippi and Florida. He ranks Industry 0 0 the vege- Installation-ceremonies were a. m.,'Tampa 13:80.: i J. Flat Ida's tags. Wednesday morning the tag fast a* the board eradicatesand home aftertheir daughter
sale of that
officer the
F. high with company and In'late findings of the cot .the earliest- held Monday'.,eaiuC by Bradford most popular year round one, date reported(06 passengerand tag 66 truck release. .territory ,from the was taken by pausing,'motorists oa
his eon Jesse is assisting to oe i was that night-out train to and from eastern a. to Jacksonville. ,Both, Vo'ere j
:. )rears with reference Lodge No. 35 F. A A. M., when Motor tick pest it co-operates In' Import cars
tags. car owner are warn-
I: him In covering his territory. 'reaching th. smal ccsity' for the newly elected officers for laU cities. It operate throu.lhJacll.oD.l1Ie ed about delaying to purchasetags lag high-bred cattle from other brought. by the wrecker froco:'J

'::1 Business conditions in the' state less' than carload arket with took the.tr seats. Reports! of retiring and Bavanak and sections of Florida for raising the Smith Garage. tbVdamagu to &fr"
the data of Jan. 16th set
to Mr ot various as ,
n&D1ed.arcood. : according commodltlei in 0 officers shdwed the local Savannah and will, this season at. by the motor vehicle department I standard of the native. stock, A Alderman' car bitlne'CluftD6d; tot '
"' Alexander: and to broaden so' 'carry through sleeping car fender and] running board. Mar j'
r distribution Masonic order to be In fine flnanclal does not relieve. them from the special man Is now In the field to I
6! mixing In from Quebec and Montreal to both the .showed: Cbr II'I
"", ConsumptionConsumption transit proposal condition' all obligations including chance of arrest for not displaying I help cattle owners in that work.HTHKKT on roadway .
CJMuItne the asslxtance of ped. With payment for tha lodge site, St. Petersburg and Miami S let to have been speeding/ and run"ning

4* gasoline In the Jacksonville ", HHirer of being paid in full and a healthy Another great Improvement 'in the proper- fag. S %WANTS : IIKG-: well past the'center of the

r of the- month; .JUbros(6 .ib dul m.. Bureau, bank balance. Officers for this service is the recently established HTI\AWn.nnUH: HII'KM.NU; (a- a STOPPED rOAd., apparently swerving eMKhtlJ

T ?Bradford county during to 69,179 out ant Ibtae, wi ere worked year are .. follow.: "Seaboard Fast Mall" on a new as It neared ,the':''passing car, th

1'I t.Pot November amounted 68,704 gallon In connection wit titer details P. S. Mmlllan W. M. and popular schedule to and from C. If Cummings brought 'another -! The city council of the city' of crash coming. :; before it could btf

4 ;* gallons compared to gallons of were .lIbmltted to he proposal A. 8. Crews S. W. Washington; and New York. This 'dozen quarts of fine berries to I Stark. Florida met Jan. lot In straightened: _out again.
( for October 7,9ft railroad for train now leave New York In thevenIng regular session with the following -
: during NOTe* their C. B. Hayes, J, W the Telegraph offic* Wednesday,
kerosene were" used The sugjes- Washington in the "morn member present: C. F. Hoover ,
adapted ;
...1L October. tlon was y. T. Stamp Treasurer. orae of tike berries being ot enormous Election March
; T .", ber> smd ..jI10 during forth state lion lines and r the,transportion. C. A. Futeh. Secretary loa arriving:Jacksonville following size and welt colored. The i chairman. O. W. Alderman W. L. '

i if) ; Total consumption of nearly one .' to gorern t and regula- L.: W. Klcfellter. Chaplain. morning !:18, leave 8:40: arrives leave of the plant protected the : Wall. Minn tea of the last meetIng 12'ForCity' HaP

;. :,1 showed an Increase total be- the plan were Usul operation of L. D. .Greed S. D. West Palm Beach 1:34: p. m., fruit from tbe few frosts likely to were read and ,approved.

j million callons.October's against 18;- following permis', *-*ell\ber 20, 'S. 1. Peek, J, D. Miamf 7:45: .p. m.. Tampa %:60 p. Inflict damage, and hi* entire field Mr. O. P. Raymond representing .

r 'Ing 17.388,013 gallons November state commerce-) of the Intermission O. A. Wiggins' S. S. m., St. Petersburg 5:00 p. m. of five acre Is in a healthy condi the ministerial and local March 12th has been set as thf! .
238,810 gallons for 2 grant- Northbound It leave St. Petersburg charity association requested the date to the qualifier
; ed on' November W. A. Bess nt, J. S. tion. Strawberry growers of tjie for submitting
Daily Route Service 'tectlve Decennber to .J become fndatlons Nat 8ternb rg. Marshal. 2:00 p. m., Tampa 4:10: p. county are asked to send or bring council to consider some methodof lector of the city Of Starke thy .

r "' The spe c'lal i co ,3. A. Morgan, Tyler. m., and arrive at Jacksonville l In reports of their acreage and relief concerning donation' to question of Issuing serial bonds 0 ,',;
reifaittee has not 10:10 arrive charity, and suggested that sufficient for tb
mall service was started yet Issued itt S p.m., Washingtonth condition of the eop Indication. tbqsum of f 11.000.00
J: Wednesday Dally for those patron of Instead It h t''on its find- Jacksonville Southern Bell following evening and New now being the next shipping season millac be, .........d to take purpose of building a new ct; ,:*:

i! ,:Route A formerly ..receivingonly' IT to a Iacc4ssfu1racomq chosen to car [Telephone and Telegraph Company York the second morning. It also will be t.b. largest $in years and our care of necessities In that lisa Also hall. If the vote Is favorable-).i,

i a deliveries'three< times a week. This foremade. IU onelusion' beings completes plans for xtendve Improvement connect Jacksonville with the grower can assist In verifying, the that ,the council: pass the nee municipal building wU1.be *ret. .\

, added service was secured through [' JI'IbIlC, one are project In this,vicinity.' : Southern Railway. "Royal Pal ax" outlook for a bumper season.. I! essarr revolution, etc., to prevent on .the present city hall,*lt v:T6,e.>

, ; the effort' of Cangrvsaaran Green ;P l'taDttnnoYatio; th* most ,1mi During October there, was IJ- for Cincinnati: Cbleaco'and the S I begging on the street of Htarke. city: attorney I* now engaged,,r"""'

01': and I. highly. appreciated by the .if the ;\ Florlila 1 i i|I. .th* history (10,000 .worth, of ...w building west. carrying sleeping car to and Port Rlchey-Plsns to Improve The matter was taken under advisement the legal aspects of:, the ,:);; .;

horticultural lnduicultnrl. and\ and engineering1 work contractedfor froM'Boston, SprIDcfieI4.' Chicago channel here endorsed by city by the conniE; and the official Dotkf' twill

.rural: patrons. I > -k.,. in state of'Florida.' Buffalo' Pittsburgh" .. Cleveland anti council. I' Routln bill* were paid.., be published',avV I,...OJ.llfe't

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CITES REASONS : Filling the Sugar Bowl in the Belle Fourche Valley a vllle oIl'.n l spent I. rI (lay ii Jacksonraydan Law ley, Mr. Turn 1)u1', ;.uid ill"I'dren I- ,

NOBLE ,_ (; 'on" of Lake Butler, Mr anti Aim
KltlllK J'"lnl'vl' ut Fu Mv rs, Iny Rob Crosby. and children of Jack- .,,

FOR FARM INVENTORY, few c1nYH in Lt <- for a I iHonvllle; Mrs. A. J... Crosby Mrs
4 MI', and( :Mrs I
K .. ab Clrgihtin I j H, P. lalney, Mr. and Mrs S. M.
b' ---- / : 11,1 i [1'I'"I1H""d!! ImVi.' I ""
aRaliiHt 1 the hum.Ono : Crows Mr and Mrs,
f. .nine: <\ 111-, Ha With the e''S.S' : 1 I.1.ii"in ciiii li'inn IIr I Mott of Brooker;
.'.' 18'I'' of I advantages of an Inventory i; 1110" u hit> tumil I., of\ ami, will I lArdell Crosby of Jacksonville;
ltl'ulPut of Cliiislmaa over now
<: time for farmers, to IK that it nhowH the o(,t day i 1. \ ha l '. II u few Mrs, A. F. Raulerson of Okeechobee -
a an r\' .
MIa' I Lucy He I ; Mrs, R. W. Brunnen of Lake
decide to make 1920 a business: worth at the time the Inventory I Is 11'kIiOIlJ,
\ UK', 1 npi'iit' Sun 1(1111 "J Butler and .Mr. and Mrs, C. E,
year and begin by taking an Inventory taken It also shown whether or I
:yn 1I10thI Jacksonville all met to*
,', Mm Lowers ay Crosby of
or deriding ona, deflnlate not the business .Is milking or losIng I
at the horn
Kftlier Christmas day
data for taking one, mild Dr. C, V. money. An Inventory 'in the I ., I
of Mr and Mrs. P. A. Crosby and
'I Noble agricultural; economist at basis. for all other accounting, and ........ ...

: the Experiment Station, In a radio It furntahes! the ground work for : ... ...... spent Mr a and very Mr.s pleasant A. B, day Crosby and I

f talk over \VKUP December 29. I any kind of cred.t statement Art CwI J
PeaRIFT" Elmer Glen are spending a
Dr. Noble realizes that there la Inventory furnishes a valuable lint atss / son, .1 1
few with friends and rela ;
Gat days
: no one date best for all Florida of property for use In case of adjusting :.....N... tires

i farmers for taking Inventory. For fire insurante or In settling .. *.*..
Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Kubanks and
of North Florida Mr. and Mrs,
general farmers Dr. Noble pointed I
an $ Via'erBon' children and Mr. and Mrs. A. ..H.I .
the best date. V 8e A, ,
January 1 Is perhaps out M ;ryysy who have been

: For citrus growers a date after The department of agricultural here with her ,c:1dme\> time I I Crosby were visiting In LaVe Butler j

k completed would be I Sunday afternoon. ,/
harvest Is I \'lr. and
beat. For truck growers the beat 1 Experi-ment Mrs H. P. da parei riled to I Miss Lubedla Plnholster was vis-1 I

;' < their home in ney, Iting friends in Lacrosse last weekend -
date would be when the biggest let that tells exactly how to take Mo L last
I Okhee
Sunday. .
'I I ,
Is harvested. several booklets :-
crop an Inventory and :
i I Mr. and Mrs Mr. transacting
Henry Brown was
la,his talk Dr. Noble explained which are helpful In making 1929a trnyhorn
that a form Inventory In simply a for Florida farm- A million-dollar sugar beet crop Ing night and dll)'. The tonnage per ofVUdwood, O. business in Gainesville last
business year aero In the valley is greater than In I n'ght here with 8peu'dnesday .
Belle Friday.Mr.
Hat and liabilities. baa Just been harvested In the
resources be
free and may
They Mr.
ers. and the
any previous season sugar and Mrs. E. M. bellllS, and
and Mrs A. L. Crosby
Resources should include such Fourche valley of South Dakota It '
secured by writing and asking for content of the. beets Is higher. The Jla' t
Items as real estate livestock, them. baa averaged the beet growers In the one crying need Is for more beet L p I Mr. and Mrs children were transacting business

feeds and seed all supplies, machinery valley from' two to three thousand farmers. More sugar plants are and little daugbChristmas .n+espent In Starke last Saturday.Mr. II

In ground mortgages Home demonstration agents promised by the company operating here er11: and Mrs. S. M. Mott and
crops each their
dollars 3,000)) : on forty ate
( Par ,
r and cash on hand or In through: their flower contents, do a the ono at Belle Fourche as fast as 'Mr, and Mrs. II wl.V children were visiting friends and
second .
acre farms; has encouraged a tbe Increased acreage will guarantee Mr. L. R. Gal P1 )
: bank. Liabilities should Include lot toward making Florida land | relatives in Apopka last week-en.
sugar plant In the volley-probably the supply. of beets. Tbo Bolls Lois were attem! ieyaugItnfjInesB| tel'. .
and flowers. Help them to do it. ,
all debts, notes mortgages lot
Fourche project: Insures an
Irrigation In -
at Vale--and has added thirtysixthousand Jacksonville last -City water supplyImproved

-' -...... --- -...&!!:.. -.a.- pounds of sugar to the cago adequate St North supply Western of water.Railway The Chi how \THS'6R6AT MAfWe&T I Mr. and Mrs s Tf.Rliney. by new well recently
I I are drilled at Lake and DeSoto strata '.
United States' scanty sugar bowl. run branches from Belle Fourche to spendingsome ; ,
.... and still ha land for sale at from thirty tin Georgia Mayo Auvlll building being
How to PlayBRIDGE This country consumes between Frultdale Nlsland Newell Vale with her parent ]
ten. and eleven billion pounds ot throughout the cultivated district to five to sixty-live dollars an aero. I' Mr. L. R. Gal rebuilt for. use by Florida Tele.

.. sugar. annually and according to o facilitate the handling of the beets If all the hundred thousand Irrigable Lost were atten eyaughter, phone Company. tfjjiLuraville

bulletin Issued by the Domestic Sugar i The average beet farm Is forty acres acres under thc Bello Fourche Starke last Mom. Itnplness in -Drew's Cold St5r3 J
Producers, produces less than five billion and requires Intensive and skilled project were producing beets, they
hero for
plant second
lay. age
pounds, leaving a deficit of farming but offers sure rewards from would add nearly four hundred thousand Miss Pearl Oi n v opens v
' nearly sixty pity cent to be purchased tbe beets alone. Alfalfa live stock pounds of sugar to tbe domestic in Lake Butler 1 tint visiting season .Uji

--J- + Series 1928-29 by abroad at enormous coat.TU poultry bring additional profits.! In supply at tbe present average of thir- 'br.. Clnn&ak----- tit 1st y. Key West-..Improvements niall' t ,

Wynne Ferguson sugar( plant at Belle Fourc.be the Belle Fourcbe valley at the north teen to twenty tons per acre and lUng here last S AhwlI8 visI and contemplated along along Key

completed loot year! at a cost of one end of the Stack Hills. In tha: old sugar content of between thirteen Mr. Roswell\ mdarildwood West water front this winter yWtll: 1 '

of Author of 'PRACTICAL AUCTION BR1DGB and a hall million dollars, la operat.1 .- range cattle country the Government and fourteon per cent.LAWTEY. j! spent Christina cost $75,000. ...,

: mother Mrs. T. ylth his Palmetto-S. B. Black open*

Copyright 192S, ty Hoyle. Jr. i iARTICLE 1------ .......... ......... i I Mr. and Mrs. ( ', t tarlof new mercantile store In this City

Cageless Bank, ,Novel Innovation, : ,Bonvllle. spent C Jack- .Stuart-City incinerator repaired
No. l It t \rltere with recently.
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his mother Mrs
Interests Financiers of Nation l Itlr.. K, ..:. llurnrr< Cor !
Mrs. T. P. "V\ T.rd. Stuart-Government grants,ont-, ,
There is one question that players on the first round and thus give partner I
till. argue about. Should you ml. the definite information. Kvery time >ou. ............S.... r spent Sunday k .mhitdren, year extension of time on constrw

short suit of higher value or the longer can eliminate guest-work at the Auc- Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wimberly friends and rela n ga withI tlon of 4 br'dges' (in this clty.jfi j

suit of lower value? For example: tion table end substitute for it cold 'I I Miss Stellan ( Tallahassee Prospects-fgoo< ,
t learts A facts have made forward. spent Thursday evening with Mr. r I
you a step Monday in We del pent for proposed waterway projei I
Clubs Diamonds--A- K 0 10 9, 4.. 3 here ta another hand! illustrating the and Mrs. U. R. Thede. : with friends rtl Springs which, will run through this ;.tatiLeesburx
i& Q, 2 same point: f. .: 3ro I I
Miss Joyce Terry of Tallahassee, Mr. and Mrs ; -New machlneryjli\
Spades I K.:: 9 Hearts- A, Q
With thin hand should the dealer open Clubs- A. K, Q.; 9, 8, 5 q s ss 7 Is spend'ng: tha holidays with her: l'utch _of_ stalled at Tom Waddell .Bakery* '

the bidding with a club or a diamond Diamond-1K, 8, 4. s'C" punmu.. \ 45 '
., Lid? The no trump bid, of course, la Spades- 9 Miss Lizzie Howe is visiting -z--1

undesirable> because of the singleton; With this hand, the proner bill is one r a I <- friends in Jacksonville. 6 f fld

y< heart, club, not one diamond. If overbid, the i-, r.lIss unite Whitehead: who is \ T.
< "The players who advocate the 1 Mil proper biI'11I two clubs and the diamonds I i
of one diamond with this hand claim should not be shown until the attending ('ollege'at Tallahassee. a

that the higher-valued should bo third round. Tlia partner's hand waa Is spending the holidays with

bid on, the first round provided ol as (folioWH: I 'T N' A 1 relatives here.
course that both suits are sound I Ileiirts- T.8, 7,5,3 M r w Mr and Mrs. C. Y. Mayo and r'
original hills Clubs 107.'. ft Children, of Tampa are visiting V. : e.
'r'l he players who advocate the bid of Diamonds; ::" Jj;9, 7,3 I 'relatives and friends: here. S. .
{ club with this hand claim that the SpIIlell-
longer suit should be hid first to show Witli a hand as weak; as this, it wouldbe Mi1 and Mrs. Bub Carter are receiving -

partner definitely and at first opportunity bad judgment to help partner's bid I congratulations on the ar-

the suit that prefers to of clubs.or diamonds! alone; but if part- j Hr-- rival of a little daughter which @ r
lie t1; Jiml |hid. By bidding diamond ner should, bid clubs the first two I ; was born Sunday Dec. 20th. *
on the r-i'coml round this preference is round and then show the diamond
1l Mi. and Mrs\ E. E. Buriiey and )
clearly shown for if the suits had been! nut, the holder of the foregoing hand 1lI
Christmas in Jacksonville I
of fairly equal[ value the higher-valued would, be jiiHlified in helping the club I children spent areI ( ,
suit (in thin i- nee< diamonds) would hid. There is a Fame either at clubs u' With her parents Elder I )

S.. have. been bi,' the first roun.). diamonds in tins. hand and it is eUn;( and Mrs. H. V. Skipper. j I
.. On the other hand, if 'cli,imnmfo Are merely to show the theory of biddmz: Mrs. L. II Jill: and son with ,
,I'' }>i'i on the first round and clubs on the tim longer suit first so that partner Miss Dorothy Sapp spent the past I

second n irtner i ill left in the dark its to will know which of the two units dia week-end in Fort Myers with her
the actual preference IInila. therefore, dealer prefers to play. fie on the lookout : ,
sister Mrs. Nathan Dlount. i iDi
just as apt to (guess wrong as right for such lunch and don't hesitateto 'I" bl
It wens to the writer that It m ninth show your preference and at firt I '. and Mrs. Wilmot Brown Sr .,

ouuUer practice to L bid the longer suit opportunity. spent Christmas With his parents I .';

Di and Mrs. Q. W. Brown. I ::

Answer to Problem No. 13 F- S E. E. Burney was a business.' ,
1Y Hearts- A. 94, 2 b visitor: to Starke Monday. j

: nubs-J, 9, 3 Mesdames O. W. Anderson and 1

i ? I U anlon'is-A, I 1C, 0, 4 a W C. Wooteu attended the Inatallatlon [

l Spades; -J, 4' I of O. E. S. officers at Starke
?l' (farts.- R. 7 -- hearts --Q. 5. 3 I II
r-t.b( << A, Q 10, 8, 4 I Y t Clubs 7, 5umaule I CA66C S3 II Monday n'ght.: I
\ U.9\ 3 1 1 P : Diamonds--.T.I 6. 2res10,1 I f Mr. and Mrs. Scheltland spent

ri I Z : Spades- K, 8, 7, 6, J YORK: The cageleas bank and the stacks of bills being con Christmas with their daughter andsoninlaw

;Jti "', -- 1s an Innovation of a Washington cealed behind 'the glasswork thus Mr. and Mrs. Charles
]Henrt*- !K, 10,ti) banker that Is attracting interest removing all temptation. None but Durch in Jacksonville.Rev. j
x Clubs K 6 2 ,
In financial circles throughout nn exceptionally tall man could reach and Mrs. Jamison and three
ib>, DiaMOnds10,7,5 t the Unltdd States. over the glass. Should be attemptto the holidays ,
daughters are spending -
S1de. -A.Q.9 S
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This friendly type of bank which climb over U or vault It, not only with relatives In Wabasso.Mra. .
made Its debut recently as part or would h attraot attention, but \
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No score, niMier' game. Z dealt, bid) trick with the Jack and must lead the Rand exhibit D. C. Kinlaw Is in Jacksonville I I 1 '
Remington of the cashier could forestall him. An electric
J epos; no trump anti all passed If A ither the de or the diamond, as New York and Chicago national buel- visiting: hen daughters ( !
button on the floor under
alto just
t the eight of clubs how should! he cannot d to lead from hU I
,r Tried; the hand to RO; game? away I ness shows, permits the customer to the cashier' foot would ring a gong who are ill with the flu. '

noluttoftt 1 The lead of the elfcht of nce-queenolclubs.Whicheverheplays Z mint game for he can make three, meet the cashier face to face separated i' summoning armed guards. In the Mrs. A. A. Smith and her brother -

dubs, by the J tine of F' !ven, makes it spade tricks go by finessing the Jack two I from him by no formidable, vent of gun play the cashier bill J. A. Howe were called to

-evident that the nine of clubs id Y's diamond, one club and! three 'heart all-I1U bar access to a loaded pistol concealed on Gainesville Sunday on account ot
hand will hold the trick. Y the Ul then tricks. The important play Is to force The cageless bank eonslits only' of an open shelf close to his band. The the serious Illness of their mother I 4 4l

lead the deuce of heart, B should play A to win the first heart trick and w> a walnut counter surmounted by a steel counter Itself provides a bullet- Mrs. Howe.Mr. .
the trey and Z the ten. A wins this FTC D from obtaining; the lead.Clubs. shield of opaque gloss above which proof barrier under which bs could
Jno. Shuford of Virginia
.. Is Imposed an ornamental bronze readily duck

.... :JUr: :: t? rr IJNo.! 13I'ltenrts .wicker. Business Is transacted n
_..... through a. barred window but overa York and Chicago sbows by Remington Mr. and Mrs. Don Sapp gave a l
Jle .t.-8. 3 :. wide counter. Rand was equipped with the last dance for a few ot their friends

S, 6. 3 --- Hers one might: Imagine is an open word In accounting and bookkeeping last Monday night at their homein

S Diamonds1 K, Q J, 7.6,3 invitation to the bandit or the gunman device. Including a Dre-reaUtlng Lawtey.
Spades-none to step in and help himself to sorting desk and filing drawer and
K::, O. 9. S Hearts -J. 6, 4, :2 I a few bales o. bank notes In cafeteria a ten-keyed typing machine which Mrs. Mary Rivers of Green Cove 1

..t.'uba--A\ I Y I Clubs-3,4 fashion. With all Its Informality, and prints two original records a ledger Springs. is visiting her parents I

,''Uhamonds-10,9,8 s A B I Diamonds-4,2 Its air of Ingenuousness, however the and a Journal simultaneously: and Mr. and Mrs. D. Durbin.Mr. r
Spades- Q. 10, 8, 5 t Z t Spades J 9,6,4. 2 and two I
cageless bank ls the last word In which locks automatically on regis Dalton Carter sons, ,II I

:=' 7 protection and goes as far' toward tering an overdraft. A number ot of Woodlawn were visiting his son i
Hearts": A, 10 being bandit-proof as possible large astern banks It II said are aere Sunday.Dr. .
Clubs- K. J. f 7. 2 j'\ For one thing not a cent of currency Install
Diamonds A 3 _.__ : planning to the new ar and Mrs. J. II. Carradlne of
_. u visible, the gold and silver rangement..
-r----SNul.A.-_. -K.:-:.. 7.3.. I Moosehaven were transacting business
In Lawtey last week. .
:No score, rubber game at Contract a slam should be a neasy matter at \vnui'1: FARM 1'ROGIf.13i Florida's executive mansion, toby t Mrs. Sarah Loadholtz baa returned '
..Zdealt and bid three no trump diamonds. 'Y'. proper bid there I ..I r
occupied for the next four years home from visit to hereon
.and A passed. What should Y bid fore, la six diamonds If Y should Following Is a list of farm talksto erc's a tire;that combines good tooks higtBiality
_ I K, Wimauma,
rZ'dbd'of three no trump shows make a mistake and try tor the be broadcast from station by MY. and Mrs.Doyle Carlton. and low price., ,
",ail unusually powerful han and a ,slam at no trump. A will doubleobanpe'for lof Tampa, will: be available for: its R. L. Beck and family spent It

." a slam; therefore Y and easily defeat the contract by WKUF for the week ending Jan )j new residents: on Jan. 4, On that Christmas in Wildwood with their t1 |'s not an unknown brand. It's built by ,

',' 'should be alert to the possibilities. opening the king of hearts. Be ou uary 9. The farm program Is I. day Governor and Mrs.' Martin will : daughter'Mr. and Mrs.Mra.Irene Ury Slaughter.Gunter of I lie world's' largest manufacturer of tires. \

stand figure out the safest to the lookout for this of hand given from 6:30 7
way type : to : p. m.. Eastern I II
(obtain this result. Z'. bid of three while playing Contract and. it you I I Standard Time. The wave move out. West Palm Beach spent the holi- I I 's a Genuine 'Goodyear Pathfinder \
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If no-;trump Indicates ,at least three are going to bid a slam prefer thevices length Is :204 rasters. Arrangements 5 for S the official days. I
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Torode were 's a tire you'll be proud to own. Fine
i and a strong. outside hand, so suit to the no trump. Jan &"Crow Healthy Chicks k
ceremonies of theinauguration of host and hostess to a family din- built from to tread 'Ir
In 1929 N, n. Mehrhof extension: I oking-quality carcass
/. :r to rJ .. .1 specialist Covernor-elect Carlton and enter ner last Tuesday night. The mea
}j poultry I [ larger-heavier! -sturdier.
II the present were:
bers family
Wi. l It.Q.. Jan. 7 "Breeding Horticultural tainment for 20,000: visitors will h

s-K Plants," Professor O, E. Rttchey go into the final details this week Dr. and Mrs. E. L. Biggs and children I F 10 need to take a chance on risky medium

jf I ,a.w-1. .: College of Agriculture. with preparations being: made for Mr. and Mrs. Joe Andrews, and.
'f"9. .. Jr. and children of Starke; Mr. t ,
Jan. 9-"How[ to Have Green the b:ggest state-wide celebration'ever ,
'C'ult' 6 lltarts-S!; attempted In Florida. and Mrs. Oliver of Baldwin; Zack Look at these Prices
e.....- i.'s: ( y I CJurm- I, 8 Lawns In Winter, C R. Enlow Roberts of Hastings; Mr. and Mrs.

flamonds-9, 4 ', i A n: I Du-rlonds-Q, 10 I assistant agronomist forage crops Spuds Johnson says the time has Jno. Roberta and Mr. and Mrs. SOxMo Ra I II

*,1 IJdt.--aeno ***} i Z I Spa ue.- 10.3 office, U. S. D. A. arrived when farmers must figure Lonn'e: Roberts ot Jacksonville; I :31X15.0032x0.00 1 |0011 '7.03 30x3: Clln Cord -.. A.2O

l 3 A regular feature e of the earl out their problems with pencil and Mr. and Mrs Geo. Roberta Mrs. Balloon --1[ 11.00 30x3 H; ClIL. Cord ___ 7.05

\ 7, ti culturral program at station paper Instead of guessing. Elbe Miner and children. ..and Mr. 11 (Oversize) p''

) .,.e WRUF is the reading of questloni I Jeff Roberts ot Lawtey.Mr. 33tOnn p, hton14J30, 32x4 S. B. Cord ____12.2004n

:_ sent to the Experiment Station] Before using any cleaner It best to -
Ak, try It first on the inside of
't and the answers given by the specialists son, Lawrence, spent Christmas In I .. .
f-itsare trumps and 7. Is (,' -H. 'rMftrt*. T. hnu1' now ead! the seven of a seam to see it It 11'11change\ the '
., tianY Z win six of tltp u ttn.ctM .clObs Y should there. Questions are gladly Jacksouvlllewith: their daughter
,t, > a t trump with the color of tbe material.
S Innr Z should lead the' rlt of of hosts which A is forced f win the.air. I' Tampa-P. & 0, Steamship Co., I Galloway. RijCH'S

W {,u T the trick in Vs vl > x of hearts, ZdncbargirK hiV --- will operate boat out of Port TarnI Miss\ Florrie Terry was visiting"' I SERVICE STATION

y, wh 'ok.W should lead the ace ol. last -A mast now lead clubs ui+ Peanut growers of Florida could I '' pa to Havana beg nnlng Dec, 15.r her sister Claudia in Gainesville
phoulddiscardae'a ZW
to re.n
"< hnd. Thus Y
ofaupnd adthakinjo'i nine ; wiaotottheeavte' icka.uWtrrtvtDWtlw4a Z grow more peanuts to -the acre bj i Tl&mpa.-UOOOO lodge hall wUl Sunday. Starke Florida

st 01i I planting more seed.r. be erected Ybor City. i, Mr. R:"R. Thede and three chll-I .5 5- .5-. 1 "

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Newt <*t Florida in Short Paragraphs' : bank to the Palm Htaih Orc.i!! MODELS IN THE NEIV FALL STYLES "JI <<.i. i i i' t';, i deY. "''lionlriasses '
; company uuutlicv Singer "U.I..II. a delightful sad
Ill' outing
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l : Taliaha'.noe] One of Onvcruo- Miss Clyde Most> lo>' I IH, t l Iwl i :s.ii-t JI JIII

State News ehtl t DOYlE !K Carlton: first pc\ !\- ui day for Homeuicnd/ w'i'".,r,' im

Live clpal acts after assuming Otftl'6 0111, will v'Bit'! Irlcinda and rol.it,, I-, ,
I II January 8, will be to pur tic pate, '' fore her return.

with members of h.s: cabinet In the Mm, -Cate Spa, kmun and daughter -

I formal opening of the :Southern! @d''ik I : Mm. I. J, Wesley of \\\Jdo.,
1 TOLD BY OUR EXCHANGES Sugar Company's mill at Clewle- ,,. were the guests. of Mrs HpurkII \

ton. The opening will take place 'II man's sister Mrs Klule Sparkmau

January 1... The new governor last Sunday.
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I, lantern and cabinet members will go from (I I Uev N. T. King: has returned to '

Jacksonville-The Florida MIli-I Pensacola D\ogene.' I II I Montlcello over the Atlantic Coast !'his< homo here after a visit with

tary Academy will be removed need shine'no more. Mack Bruce, I II I L.ne railroad Invitations. to the his daughter Mrs Wm. Kirklandof
I various members ot the cabinet Tampa
from Green Cove Springs where It negro, called at the police station I II I j
I I| family to join Mr. Carlton In attending | Mr. and Mrs. A. A Durden and 't
was founded in 1908 to San Jose, I here and told Chief ot Police: !I the mill opening were In { daughter. Miss Hilda llurden) are 1

:Major It. E. Moyer. president of ,0'Connelllhat it was his wish that order Officials of the augav company visiting Mr. and Mrs. Durdeu's BOH.

r the institution announced here. 'j Ihe I be locked up for murder. Bruce I I ..re planning an elaborate Herbert Durdeu of Thomason, Ga. !.

The !j said he killed another negro at I ceremony for the opening Miss Krma: Johns ot Jacksonville -
transfer will be made January 1 17tb. '
New Orleans three and I S |'
years ago I visited her father. Boleo. ,
S r his conscience bad bothered him. West Palm Beach-Sheriff's deputies : Johns during the holidays.

Gainesville-It The chief agreed to Investigate the I Friday were nearing: the v- i Mrs. Tooten and daughter, of
must be
matter. I clulty ot Bear Beach, a remote Paintka. are the guests of Mra. ''
Florida climate! A .
negro, George .
,V. Tiller obtained I spot Oil the southern shore of Lake L Tooteu'a mother, Mrs Jack Purs-
a marriage license Jacksonville-IUf:hard L. Atkinson -. Okeechobee Ib) seek out the murderer -
from the county leyL
judge here
and 44, fell seven stories from :.! of an aged( farmer who was A. Johns and family were
gave his age as 98. He said
the top floor of the Masonic tem- : killed there. Bear Beach a small shopping tu Jacksonville thin week.
he was born Dec. 1, 1830, and had 'I
pie here to his death Thursday, I bleak community without outside Mrs. Clarence Roberts Jr.. ot '
i a eon, 79, by a previous marriage i I
who eight hours before he was to have I communication except by a now Lake Butler was visiting friends. 1
fought with him In the
civil' been installed as worshipful master washed out highway Is In Palm I, and relatives here this week.
war. He also gave: the !
latest prospective age of his of a local Masonic lodge.; Jus-'I Beach county's most remote hinterland I / ,ri f t I Mrs. J. I. Tucker ,who has been

spouse. as 57. tics of the Peace Marion B. Craig and news of the crane ; 7 P vlrtlthiK relatives In Macon, Ga., .
announced that it was a clear came here after a mesnengor hindrddeu j+I tor several weeks has returned to
Pensacola-A night prowler, not case of suicide," and said, followIng : and walked some 40 mile her home. :

jet' identified, set out to do a little his Investigation, that no Inquest to a telephone line to notify Sheriff i ,I Mina Irma White, of !Macon Ga.. ;1

i house-breaking, but he got on would be necessary. R. C. Baker The word relayedto is visiting her sister MIss Helen \<
the wrong street. lie selected the r r the sheriff was that J. C. Ak- I Ii i White

t home of William O'Connell, chiefof Ilalford-Officials at the state ins, '-year-old farmer, was shot I e --
police. Mrs. O'Connell heard prison camp here said that they and killed Wednesday. The slayer |i The city of Sanford haa a new
him and telephoned the police An I public address system which wall
had been unable .to capture Lee according to Information, shot
.officer washout In a few minutes, I| tried out for the first time recently -
Hunter, farm trusty, who escaped from behind, I
hut the intruder had disappeared from I '. S II! and found to work nicely. It J* "':
the dairy two weeks ago Sun ,
Y I I installed at the band shell and thenrm
day night. Hunter was sentencedto Summerfleld-Nolan Smith age(: : L !
Fort. Pierce-State aid for veterUtll Jacob '" r' I nights program came in clearand
two years' Imprisonment on an 14, youngest son of Mrs.
/ of the Spanish and World automobile theft conviction in PI- Smith, was found drowned about Fashion The above advance fall styles Illus on Kashmir and a silk bow tie come, loud, says the Sanford Herald -
Wars, enabling the latter to borrow Design Rules as I The system I I. similar to ones .
'nellas county, but had served one noon Wednesday lu about eight trate how beautifully the dominance from an almost Invisible source of
from $500 to $5,000 to buy year of his time. teet of water In Branch's pond. Follows the Lead of Art 'of the modern mode In the Held of decoration. that huve ben Installed In several t
farms or build homes was advo- decorative art baa been worked out 8. The modern mode first influ- Florida cities. ,
Nolan left home Tuesday noon
cated at a convention of the fifth I in S urity: Prints. with charming effect, all of them InSecurity enced painting, then decoration. now a'----- \
r district members of the Clearw'"ater-Manager J. A Wal- with his gun to go hunting and as Prints. fashion. Both the unusual arm design Tampa boosters recently printed :,
American singham of the Plnellaa county fair he did not return by night as was c rORK' Her are the very 1. Many poet and painter have and the bow set oil the Kashmir a page la the local newspaper citIng j
Legion, just held here. The con- association announced that con- his custom, searching parties were laaat newest and loveliest of the surely not made a* good use of the base In this dress, striking for It* the possibilities of Tampa i

vention went on record for such struction ,of a mlnature radio studio formed and the woods near his new ft\ styles.. Fashion follow the wave of the sea a* thin very modish very simplicity backed by its utility plants. Later
aid by adopting a resolution. searched all and modern mode. which having prevailed ensemble with its plain skirt lined 4. A three piece costume In "which
at the fair grounds in Largo home were night a I
the Itradenton Herald carried
r I in s t and decoration, now extend jacket and attractively original waved the print give the effect of a tweed '
4 BartowAn unldentlfed will be used during the fall periodfor by Wednesday noon more than, a Ita ctrl tag design to ultra modern vest a most striking effect In modern and furnishes a knitted ensemble so page; devoted to Bradenton's utilities ;
found man the broadcasting through the hundred people were In the search appnret design. I much,In,demand., an.d asking for Industries of ,
was frozen nearly to deathin 4
Clearwater St. Petersburg radio for him. lIe 'had shot a duck Never ;.ve'the contrasting design 3. With modem screens and dee- And a* for originality, these are the.1 all kinds to locate there. Commenting ,
his automobile In a Bartow sub i station direct to the ground. One across the pond and had taken off I of the -coratlve art so dominated oration It I* natural enough to adopt very newest of the modern moose upon this the Ocala Star ;;

division. The matter was reported hour a day has been allotted thefair his shoes and part of his clothing, fashion ... In this approaching ...- the current Idors In this smart frock. that have taken the .world of fashion Bays: "Every city in Flrolda .Is
to the police who succeeded in"rescuing" halt In his In his shoes and son. t Varying shades of Jersey are mounted by'storm.
divided into a hour stood gun --- -- ---- hacking their ulllltv plants regard.
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.y; dresesd in him in time. He was j the afternoon and a halt hour In when found his body was in the v ....................+..I less t"whether they are municipally :
light clothing and had I the evening.! The fair will he beld bottom of the pond about eight: First International. Air Route TrainTo I. owned or not. Good utility
gone to sleep in his car. There J ?
from Jan. 15 to 19. feet deep. He could swim a little HAMPTON service makes better cities. N>.

was frost a quarter of an'Inch and it is supposed he had cramps: > Plane at Miami to West Indies It.... sea ItlnilMM. Cur.): e> city In the state can boast of better .
deep on his head. .
Tallahassee Florida county or perhaps found himself in deeper .................. ... public utilities than Ocala. We "
commissioners under the law, can water than he expected and became pa -yo* Gainesville-Plans for the defense not give anything away Attorney excited. t -'i, l Mrs. M, L. Watterson and Mrs.J. to Industries. Let us! .

'', of Harris Davies former local General Fred H. Davis holds In an I A W Medenliiiugh have oa their wake up and leathern know it,"

! \ : theatre manager, in his trial opinion rendered here. The supreme -I. Gainesville Heywood Register guests tills week, Mm. Watterson's --

i on embezzlement charges were be-' court, he said, has held it 22, an escaped murderer, convicted sister, and children. Mrs. Ilexsla Laka Wales New passenger

t: Ing worked out here while he was to be a penitentiary: offense for a of the slaying of two Bryant and Cosine Bedenbaugh. station opened on Scenic Highway

k at liberty on $2,500 bond. Davies county commissioner to keep some men, was sought Sunday as the attacker Mrs A, A. Futch, who has been between Johnson and Milliard j

y .' is alleged.to have taken $1,600 mules belonging to the county, al- II of Jake JJuBoHe, negro taxi the Knout of her sinter Mr!. K. 11. avenues. '
i from the theatre owners. The trial though the commissioner proved driver who was beaten and robbed \VnUtrnoii, 'returned to"her"home 'Tai't.( !tf"Springs$ Sunset 'H1U'<

will probably be held at the Jan'oary that he retained the animals with after he had driven two men Into .n LaeHburir last Sunday. Country club reopens as modern,,i

term of circuit court, !It was the approval of the other commissioners I the country. Keg.ster; was !Identified / Mr liml Mrs. Bishop of Jiicksonn hotel,

i stated. by other taxi drivers who said ? ". w''"n (tlm gii Kt" of Mrs. lilsIIOI TallubnaRee -- Several additional '
I '
r he was one of the pair who hired >'H lather A. Williams dur- weather bureau sub-stations en'tuliltshecl

Miami! 'Hiking" on the high! Tampa Hereafter, Tampa home DuBose to drive them to a point n.( the holidays j throughout Florida: ,

'$ teas is a popular sport. At' least brew makers will have to pay la- on the Glen Springs road. Dulloso 1j Mm.' (.;. h. Harper Is visiting Clermorit:I -- Local baking plaut ,
II'' U was with George DeVine 22, and their bs: attackers MAYOR r M 1fAYa2 wKtR friends and relatives In Leaksvlile. extensively remodeled.! ;
toratory fees for testing product was beaten and ..
Ills brother both ot I &.6. Nssww ._ .. _,--- --- -- .. ."
Philadelphia, -- -
Chief of Police Logan has announced frightened away when his cries attracted -
who arrived here after completinga The fees will! be tacked I the attention of residents 01' .

3,000 mile journey in an 18-foot 'Ion to municipal court fines imposed along the road. The negro was 1NAHl'e' ,
canoe. They went from their home | against the "brewers." Thechief's I robbed of several dollars and prevented j Q % 'S.1

through the Great Lakes and down I ultimatum was based upon the theft of his automobile g9rLOR } a 1 1I

the Mississippi: river being given' the argument, that It Is the fault of when he snatched the Ignition key

'lifts'' here.and S there. .on the way..I the offenders that they are brought and kept possession ot it. Ills attackers I BRADLEY'SFERTILIZERS

Into court and not that of the city fled In an automobile o.;
Miami--School teachers of Dade which had followed the Du Rose GOABTrRAN eAd" : I ,

county must not strike pupils on Gainesville-Two medals, one machine. Register escaped from rijOU y t .f. 1) .

the shins, knuckles and palms with for grammar school students and the state prison farm at Kaltord on I "'1'P':I" E
rulers, or slap them about the face schools are to life
the other for high December 5. He was serving a
and head with their hands, In inflicting -i I be awarded by the board of man- sentence there for the killing of at I ,, 4I771F

punishment, Charles M. agers of the Florida Congress ot taxi 'driver in Orange "A A QUALITY"

I Fisher, county superintendent of Parents and Teachers for the best one in Seminole county. Ills meth-I I 'I

public intrusion has notified the essays on the subject of the mean- ods there In decoying the drivers ,. I
instructors. In fact, he said, pupils ? t Iva I No Delays-Immediate Service
Ing of good citizenship, It was an Into the country were the sameas gyna = '$
"above a a ---"----
must not be punished nounced here. The contest will those employed on DuBoue. I Ia i f when order Bradley's Fertilizers.
the waist or below the knees. close Feb. 1. Mrs A. J. Welssinger MIAMI f'LA.-A 17-hour mail service -. and the "Dixie Limited" and "Florl- you

eke r of Orlando, will receive the essays, Alachua county now has a first j has already been started between' dlan" from Chicago and the Great Local' warehouse stocks assure

Fort Meade-Merrell Duncan, t class Tung oil plant In operation. take-on Lake region., A full business clay Start
I Miami and New York. The prompt delivery. now with
16, of this place may lose his left West Palm Beach-Belle Glade The plant Is located on the Newbury | will be laved between Chicago DetroIt -
arm as the result of the accidental when the Septem- road out from Galneivllle?. at the first plane In the new air mall New York, or Boston and Ha Bradley's. Get 'more profit from
heavily( service leaving Miami WU witnessedby vana. Passengers transfer from
discharge of his shotgun during ]\' ber hurricane sent Lake Okoeclio- and the present dally capacity i is.. a multitude, and an air squadronIn Florida East!: Onset Railway train to every dollar spent for fertilizer.J. .
a hunting trip. Duncan had la'dj! I I I bee flood waters purging over this from 16,000 to 20,000 pounds of I I V-"hapecl formation escorted the the costly new airport of the Pan-

k his gun down to get through a entire area has begun constructionof crushed nuts. This will be Increased departing plane. 'It bore a letter American Airway at Miami which \v. White & Son G. W. Roberts
fence, and, in picking It up, snap, a' .municipal building, marking i from time to time as productlon I' from> Mayor E. a. Sowell of Miami to I Ie equipped with a passenger station (
ped the hammer back., I the town's, comeback from the ef- warrants says the Gainesville i Mayor James J. Walker of New York. and customs office, by the "HavanaAir Jh'alcre .
4.000 Airmail leaving Miami at 11:30: a. m. Expreu." The new air route
another'step Evening News. Over
Farrell and fects ot the dlnater I arrive In New York at 4:30: the next connect Miami with Havana* Cama- Stark'e< Lawtey
Clearwater-Johnny toward rehabilitation. The acres of land are now planted to i; morning. Leaving. New York at 9:40: guey, and Santiago, Cuba Port au
Gene Sarazen wizards. of the golf building will be of concrete construction Tung oil trees, a large: part of I p. m. arrive In Miami at 11:30: a. m Prince In Haiti, Santo Domingo in the /lutliorUr "A A QlWl.lTV FetUUrr

tE links, are back In Florida for the will house lire lighting which are located In. the vicinity The new air mall and passenger Republic of Santo Domingo, and San
k- winter of 192829. They plan to apparatus, a small jail section of Gainesville! service to the West Indies wl.I con Juan Porto Rico -
' enter some of the Important tourn- for the municipal court, and r- ned (beginning -Jan. 9)) at Miami Miami ha now a full-Sedged municIpal
aments. Sarazen is at his home at space R. B. Wagner ot West Palm with the fast train of the Florida aviation department and In
Is cost Look for thU
New Port Richey and Farrell was the mayor's office. It to Beach, head of several large gas East Coast Railway and Atlantic eluding the city airports ha nine It It your
: $5,000. I Coast Lin from the North. Connection airport In all. The amount Invest teal on the back >guarantee
Florida In Mt.
companies In was
after the holidays.
to arrive UClearwaterA will b* made with the crack ed to two million dollars. The month of every bag of
week with quality
In conference
Dora last
vacation trip
train "Havana Special" and "Pal- ly payroll 1* 30000. Mayor Sewell.
r;i Plant City-The convention ser- I Florida and a dip in the gulf was tbe Mt. Dora chamber of commerce metto Limited" from New York Boston one of the most progressive of South!

'mon for the 1929 annual gather- the Christmas present to 17 members relative to securing endorsement and Philadelphia the "Flamingo em executives: champion a great a' ,l

ling of delegates to the State .Baptist I of the Eustis family from Mrs. of a project that will Involve the from St. Louis and the middle west airport development. .. program! '
association will be delivered John E. Eustis, of New York; whois erection ot a central gas manu- ,- -- -
local hotelat facturing plant to serve tbe citiesof .NyNN..v.. +NNN... Mr, and .Mrs. O. W Dyal.
by Dr. W. Raleigh pas- a guest pt the Don Cesar .
jtor. ,following .his selection at the Pass-a-Grille. Members of the Mount Dora. Eustla. Tavares, t ZIFF \ Mr. and Mrs J, 0, Howard, of i

Went convention at Miami. Tbe family are from all parts of the Lees burg and Intermediate com IQlse", Oval Lett Is. Cor. Fairbanks, spent Tuesday here
t' ext meeting will be held at Jack- country, All of their traveling ex- munities. with Mr*. Howard's father, Mr. J, You cant beat
onrllle.1uv penses while Jn Florida are being .- ........................ H. Kelley. nit

e defrayed by Mrs. Eustls. On Measures to combat the ravagesof Mr. PurvJn Lewis of Jackson- Miss Fay Stokes) spent the week
storms In Orlando, I thepame
:t Orlando-Thirty colored slides, Christmas day the entire family, tropical \ end with her aunt and uncle, Mr.
; when strong winds take heavy toll vllle, spent Tuesday here with his :
owing scenes In Orange county, from John Eustls 71, to the youngest and Mrs. Tommy Wasden.
In electric light and power wire, 1 parents, Mr and Mr. J. W. Lewis. I that refreshes
Mr. and Mrs I. W.
ave been sent to' London Eng- grandchild, one year old took a Dyal and D.nd,u..nd l.ldngI
which in the past put large portions -| Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Thomas
and little daughter Marian
pnd, to be used in-lectures at goal dip in the surf while movies were spent
11 gathering there this winter. made. The pictures are to be shownIn of the business section In I little: son, Floyd, were visiting his !! Tuesday here with Mr*. Dyal' parents I $

ryk.. Jie consignee is Rev. Harry Ing- the parlors of the hotel. dknesa members are now under of the consideration OrlandoI' parents Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lewis. iLrfc?.
by Mr. R. n. Thomas attend- '
im of the Highbury Quad- was ,
t 'who as. -
Utilities commission are proposing <<
It lint Congregational church, who West Pealm Beach-Sulta aggregating the erection of a down ,.Miss Thelma Stoke ing to business In Starke one day r; .
v't ', Winter Park, $3.300,000 were filed In last week.
one time was at
town sub-station. This auxiliary week at Graham the truest of her i 8
to fore- Mr Lawrence Wiggins was attending -
erida.4d1 circuit court here seeking
I grand-parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. W. I iDyal
plant of the main power and light business
to In
close mortgages signed by Paris E. II our section
f unit of the. city would be the ,;
I of last ,
Tstuart resident of one day week MILLIONaday
against millionaire
v -An Injunction Singer, largest extension of facilities un- Mr. and Mrs. O, W. Rivers and
of'Martin county'sftposed Beach, president of the Mr. and Mrs. Warren Johns of
Palm as
]title daughter Selma the
dertaken .tn several year spent
1 courthouse was Ocean and Lake Realty company Clayno and children, pent the .r
Xmas holiday..here with Mr. Hirer ,
nted In circuit court at Fort and to effect settlement of a loan West Palm Beach-Name of thiscity *' rather, Mr. J. H. Kelley. Christmas holidays In Jacksonvillewith

erce by Judge Elwyn Thomas made the realty company by a local painted on roof of Florida Miss Rhoda Thomas of Jacksonville friend and relative

tat, tract for the building had just bank. Two suits for 1.500 East Coast railroad stations aa aid spent Tuesday here the guestof Pcnsacola a Construction of fiTABKK COCA COLA r

y ,_ let at over 100000. The 000 eacb were filed against the to aviators tier parent Mr, and Mrs. R, 3 1-3 mle: bridge aproach to span '
action order was given upon Singer Interests by Francis Cragin Stuart Fourth street road op- Thomas. B.1 I Penaacola Bay will begin In very BOTTLING co.

.on of a group of Martin cocas and the Girard trust company a* ened to traffic as far east aa Broadway Mr and MM. Blrf Stokes and near future.

t i who told the court they repotted trustees for the estate of Charles ; construction of bridge pro- children spent last week-end atj I Chlpley--Poultry show. recently Ise' '
A I. Cragin. deceased The third gressing. ) IT MAD TO RE COOP TO C.'I' wtesat 1'1' I.
the tu.>>.,.en.r Graham with Mr*. Stoke parents.!held here.

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TACLIFOURi -- ed to be present tomorrow
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Outdoor Are; Becoming for the purpose of electing n'
Drink 1 Americans
: Tea Customary fleers. There will be no pi, ,

,..t.., TWO M11 Red-Blooded Men All Over World 'Come at seven o'clock. I ic\ ,

Authorities Music Is invited.
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Jt' I Winter Garden New I"| r

I space north of Edgewatci,
I ;;;:'cl Improved and electric Hull,
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I"t\ TWWNTII'TIi ('JoX'fl.Jt: presented with the past matron'sjewels. I I \ : Jacksonville a.-- 112.000,

( ..' 11"" rill", \f\,. : JI MKKTKfy \ : I link: will be (constructed b\

e ",I, There were about forty visitors cau Petroleum Co, at Talh
,.I i 1'11'"I1 III Ilian Century club met (
llui C The Twentieth from various places at this meetIng II I avenue terminal.
cj), .dele t tort mi it' Friday night with Mr. and Mrs N. at the close of which a salad, Ii I Jacksonville JlOO.OOn.

:\u,'. uudu.nlury l>0 .', Sternberg at their home. I course was served. I 1 r k Ij i Rlbault clubhouse on Fort i

or j
(:\...trur. tuUiiSoblo 1 "bias lor bridge were placed was )..\:UIU<:.I.\XOSTOS] II Mlam!-Coral Gables K I(

err'; <: with \ / Academy being extensively i
decorated ..
thf' 1<:Export< appropriately i Mr. and Mrs James J.-amle' of t ed.
talk over WIDr. i- Christmas berries. After an enjoyable /Starke, announce the engagement I Chipley Contract let foi

Noble t: evening, scores were corn of their daughter, Patricia to Mr. tlon of new city hall here.

no one date' pared. Mrs. J. A. Saul I and Mr. S. jr. W. Langston, of Rome, Oa., the .Bartow-United States gtu r",

farmers for t 1* Peek were top scorers. Mr. J1V. marriage to take place in the near SiP4 I j ment establishes new and mi" ,

general tarn Andrews Jr., and Mrs. Taylor future. :i weather station near hero.
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January\ 1 ISI Jleleher were low. Fernandlna Telephone "
For citrus\ It The hostess served to the following ('. ()Jo' <'. MKKTH: TIIL'KHW.VYThe : 2 ;rerouted between Yulee and
harvest la G guest a chicken salad :; t i 1 city.

best. For tr course with chocolate and whipped i 1 C. of C. will meet Thursday,, j Lakeland-New Polk Th '
with Bunny Canova. '
would I January $
date cream: as opened here. ,
Andrews, Jr., Martha and Dilly PoweK.: The time
crop\ Is harvi Mr. and Mrs. J. Clermont-New machinery "
In his tan Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Peek Dr. and will be directly after school. will I stalled for operation of city hull
: and Mrs. I study for this meeting
Mr J.j The
form Biggs,
that a Mrs. E. L. SNACKtElCNtRraNrJ Tallahassee Streets arom\I i
lIst of restResources d A. Saul Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Belcher be Vicksburg and Chattanooga ;lair ,1 t: Carolina. Brevard grammar sch<. !
t Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Crews Mr. Please study the following questions EraoaEDAntARCtC
items as I, JJeasley. Mr. Powell Cnrpen- about each. I ,,, "? OIfNTYDpOrV ,,,
O. L. TER PEP Clearwater-West Coast POll I
Weller. Where is the city )locatedvhat: I
andchtnery I I Miss Mabel
feeds and
ter I Association recently organic i I II
?' What III Its connection I try
cro Is Its population
c- ...
gagos, and i CI JlSNtU ItRhIaII: PAKTY with the history of the I
-- What people distinguished -
Ha Confederacy
m bank. One'of the most delightful affairs In state or national 4
adebts!!.- of the holiday season, was were born here? Tell some' .., civilized world during the past dt'Q. t !: tf
....., by history cade, schemed out their macblavellan A
rr: ,\.i the ,dinner bridge party given story about It, either history 01'1 : ".; maneuvers over, the tea' cups. Algerian WORD

K\i. the members of the Afternoon and tradition; at any period of Its ;,.t.:.:... .8 sheiks, the great outdoor men i
I i : Bridge club to their husbands tory. : ...,: of the Sahara whose business is,conducting fw b COLUMN
k \1 friends i at the Magnolia Hotel. Mrs. O. W. Roberts, icl'JIf 1 i' caravans of camels across the

t,, At seven o'clock the guests were Director of C. of C. NEW YORK-Time-honored theories burning sands prefer their tea. flavored t: J FOR RENT-7-room bouse, good
dinner. who drink tea follow with vanilla and sweetened &
turkey that men
nerved a delicious -- v. condition( on Madison street i II.)
Menu: t'. I). C. MKKTH: WITH more effete professions that those who with goats milk to any native bever- A. Green. 11-2-'
saltines KOIIKKTH: wash down their three meals a day age. Peary on his marcb to the
Shrimp North Pole, Amundsen on his -
with more potent beverage are a expedition
salad FOR RENT-Small cottage on
Lettuce, tomato and beet to the South Pole McMillan I
I Weeks Chapter U. D. myth. block from paved street, $10.""'
Celery, cranberry sauce The W. T. Tea drinkers according to a recent Sir Ernest Shackleton and other famous .g L
I :Baked turkey with dressing, rice C., were delightfully entertained bulletin Issued by the Tea Association Arctic and Antarctic explorers per month. R, J. Davis. 11-30-n

r and gravy at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Oeo.W. of America. Instead of being effeminate sustained themselves with tea. The ""

English peas Roberts at Lawtey, on Wednesday are the he-men of the lumbermen of Canada are tea drink CHARLIE FR _:.4ararctLC__c'it_y __ 'OUND--Two bird dogs, femalr
Cupyilai'There 1 11 biscuits, butter afternoon Mrs. Roberts world. ers. The Highlanders of Scotland at my place. Owners can seem-
Hot and Mrs. Charles, "A recent survey of men In all occupations famed throughout the centuries asfighters animals by Identifying and pat
meat pie J. T. Moore ttere
Mince Mrs. all over the world" the ,,are brought up on tea. lug for this adv. L..R. StarUIlj.lStarke.
Coffee. Dlnklns, hostesses. tea orK nlzatlon'. report pointed out, "While tea Is essentially! a refresh. 12-28-21
dinner bridge was enjoyed The business session was conducted "revealed that the majority of outIng and revivifying! \ beverage Its 01 _
5s Miss Whrn turntj nildo..nys..r lhl piNo '"p.11 f iun :: until a late hour, then the prizes ( by the president : door workers such as explorers health-giving qualities make It popu- mypee | STRAWBERRY TICKERS-Wau

till abort argue suit c were awarded. Mr. L. Wyman high Amelia Ray, with Mrs. A. Z. Addnt venturers, cowboys engineers farm- lar with those workers to whom good I one or two large families t u
Mrs. secretary. After ers and working men are tea drink health la vital. Tea stimulates the : settlements exec
of low thermos Jug; acting as Spanish ,
uit man received a now of gastric Juices In the stomach Longe Unappreciative While move to farm during season If''
of the era of Indian tribes
lleartiClubs received a picture of the business rare cases::
-i M.] Burns high lady disposing favoI'edwith Russian bolsheviks, whose enter. ancj:) facilitates and stabilizes the entire cf Art Says America;: was creating and evolving help harvest strawberry crop
was ,
Uiami*V Mr. J. C. Robinson second, Chapter! the company "The Ju- prises-muscular ns well .I mental- and all ,.Important digestive its bwn music, alien artists:: Need ten or fifteen! pickers and
Bilk socks: Mrs. K.. M. a beautiful reading, have upset the equilibrium ol the ess. poc-I' Leader J. It
Spade' .>) was given Mrs. L. Q. presented! us with the works of four or five packers. See
With this I i ;Johns second, was given silk hose. dean Hoy's Vision by --- their native masterpieces. Norman on my farm near Hell

the bi bid? The t: ,. wan were consoled respectively read In her Impressive manner, .1 ITtw Voile City.-The not infre it as did their own countrymen, 12-28-ti
I Mr. and Mrs., C. (i. Manalre of Wright
: I Nobody InIt. : accusation that have been accusad,
imdssirablheart "" ush tray and score pad.1Thono : "The House With THERESSAMHK we frequently
with I
an Hampton spent the week-end with Americans do not appreciate rood of not 'gooJ music.'
t Mr. and Mrs. It. A. Weeks gave a ; appreciating Furnished
were: FOR RENT apart
The plaof present E.: the general convention /. |. Ithoda :r..t'I ikler, Cor. I her mother, Mrs. W A. Jones. music ii absurd. Americans do Cut now that America; has: i\
d'u 3tfr. A. Z. Adkins, Mr. and Mrs splendid) report of A large crowd of folks like good music but it must he musIc' all its bwn, the absurdity ment. J. F. Klckllter. 12-28-H
one! : young
.,r and Mrs. E. M. Johns, In Houston Texas. :..NN......tr......... I
that the 1 t.,4 Burns,, Mr. enjoyed a pound party given at the translated for them Into their own of this idea Is proved.MusicMad!:!. made and re
Mr. served a tempting NOTICE-Furniture
bid oa 1:1'courlt : ,Mr, and Mrs. R. F. Demorest, The hostesses Mr. and Mrs.. J. P. Dickinson and home of Mr. and Mrs. A, T. Sulll American rhythm. They do not old
: !!, t\\' And Mrs. J. C. RobInson, Mr. and chicken salad course with coffee understand it in French, Ita'.iai1 paired, upholstering done,
children, were vlsitlng\her\ sister, van Wednesday .even'ng.' Those of nation America U Cablne1'
original: b L. Wyman, Mr. and Mrs.\ D. Enjoying!: this meeting were: or German phraseology Today as n : furniture worked over.
'1 he pla Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. N. Stern- Mesdames Louis II. Hill. A. Z. Ad- Mrs. Ida Bender and family at Hampton, who; attended this affair It is' ('Char Fry, musical! direc- music-mad but highly discrimin and boat work specialties. All
one dub A Montleth, Perkins Uarlton Sunday. were:Misses> ,June and Grace Ad- tor of lha Million Dollnr! Pier at ating' In fact, all the civilized work guaranteed at. Craftsman\
L. Hayne, A, Weeks Bynum
longer suit to berg, :Mr. and -Mrs. kins. R. L. G Miss 'Jessie Owgley of Miami, klna, also Miss Katherine Wees Atlantic: City, who Is authority for countries of the world are borrow- street opposite Ic ,
O. W. L. Wall. < Cherry
Mr. Shop
and Mrs CV'A. KullJhtj J. M. Brownlee irt thU rhythm which have
: Mr. this we
t theory.
partnertun'y the week here with her aunt, and her brother Gordon.
spent 1-
Mrs. Taylor Belcher, Powell, Charles Dinkins, E. L. created. Many of our popular plant.V.. E. White prop.
tnIKS I' L. Beasley, Mrs I, H. McGHilary Fry has played to twelve million -
tU fit Miss Mabel Weller and Mr. Joe. Hlggs! O. L. Haynes. W. E. Torode, Miss Ida Hagen. Miss Owsley was I Mr. aiq 4 people in the last few years. numbers will bo classics of the 28-5t*

on the M!! I. T. Moore, Q. W. Roberts, ? i formerly of Theresaa and has a and children of Gainesville, were In fact VIP Tmlrld the irronfoat: a ttendanee new cchcration.
clearly t"1:1: Truby. _'- I Amelia Ray, Sara 1\1alpaS,Misses I host of friends here who are' always visiting Mrs. McGuIlary's parents i ;;;: record of any musical I director "I"am playing n foxtrot this' FOR SALE-5 horsepower motoi)

of fairly i inuit XMAS 1'1RTY.iT MANHH: Griffln. glad to see her. Mr. and Mrs. C.' A. Youngblood. In this country.All year, 'You're A Real Sweetheart,' 220 v, 3 phase, 60 cycle, 175'''
'" (tinhave it I and Ethel Mr. J. B. Ruse Of Brooker, was Miss Willie Mae Hlnson enter- which I predict will live as tong rpm. Inquire at Bradford Couiiy

be*'. The manse wall the scene of a Plant food costs less per pound visiting: his brother Wilson Russ tamed at her home with a pound Native I as the folk dances of Hungary: ( Telegraph. _
On tlbit ( "Examine: the good music or.IInY' and the coal-miner songs of _
party Thursday when it comes in high grade ferti here Sunday. party Thursday evening. Those ; '
.< on 1 tl lovely Christmas land he insists "whether it Wales. It has 'it'"; RENT Furnished apartment .
tI ecom], |J':|.'evening, when Mrs. Lowry enter- lizers.\ Among those who were business who attended reported having a he thnt of Italy or the South Sea Charlie Fry has a vivid family larg;(
school clans another visitors to Starke Monday, were 'pleasant I time.It. Islands and will that it bright, sunny
.. ;' the act u; talned her Sunday you see background for his own career asa and all
'!i just as a. young people of the Presbypterlan 1 I Pensacola-Local harbor being C. Helberger, Mr. and Mrs. Sid I I Mr. Willis Swindle of Keystone is native music. It speaks the foremost interpreter of moder.i private veranda bath

': .,, Y}., I jt set church, and out of town dredged for Tarpon Steamship Co.KHJjfM. ney Trlest, Charles Forsythe and Heights; spent .the week-end here language of the people for whomIt American music.( His grandfather conveniences. Rent reasonable
1J' 'y .ouiiUerclubs. ,[.i ---- WAN rrpafAit.. A Amavfan fa o natwcountry was first violinist for Jenny find Mra. TTnmrlrlr,. _!South': -, WalnUI
'visitors '"
and U
r politically musically and one of the first foreign artists street.
i jfe Holly. and candles were effectiveSJy ,,"e.,1iln'l.V", have no i-o ord, oUs to tat-i native American music'

.whore used about throughout forty young the people house I r A l Brave Attack and a Bravo Dc,nso at Quebec \ rmi"" '" t-fore the English/ and! seriously LOST-One mule. Finder small stop him black and horse notl

1 pent the evening.: An Interesting. D--- with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. lien, after few ys fy H. B. Wiggins, Starke, Fla

yid 4 ;''and unique program was arranged c S. It. Swindle.Mr. with relatives here will return to It'''

_ : ..1 ,inrte 1 '>by the 'hostess for her guests, at and Mrs. C, R. Manalre and their home in Miami.

Pit tnhw close of which a salad course son, Kent, of Hampton, are visiting Mr. J. P. Dickinson was a busl- FOR SALE-Fresh grade Jerse

''iw, 4t1 'tf-wlth waffles, hot chocolate and at the homeof. f Mr. and Mrs. (fleas visitor to Gainesville Wednes cow 2nd calf. WANTED100pound
; were served to the follow- W. A. Jones. Randall pecans. See Mr
14 F1 ,J\.ng c ;: Mrs. H, D. May was a visitorto day.All B. Y. P. U. members are ask. Christy at S. R. Johns. It'

t r<:o, .Misses Estelle Kendrick, HelenTrainer Hampton Friday "

: Edna Stansbury, Christine Mr. Morgan Lee of St. Augustine

\i. Kahr, Luclle Mitchell, Dorothy lg4\ left here Tuesday to return to his

Lamb Margaret Lowry. Qua home, after a few days visit with

pne No K n : eie Mae Bennett, Ina Forsyth, his parents, Mr and Mrs. R. B.

.Elizabeth Williams, Beatrice huh

'.:. ppsneaf ;'.ten, hazel. White, Carrie Uglow I Lee.Misses Willie Mae and Okln Hln

Souirf4 Louise Edwards, Beatrice Johns, i '- i I tb son entertained group of young

,- Edna Hutto, Elizabeth Kendrick ( ; 'M.yt folks Thursday night of last week

ovidenhandl '",Annetta Williams ,Grace Hutto. ; zIT V5 flv with a surprise birthday party In 1&19w2
Maurice: Edwards, Mrs. C.. : ;
lead tl Mrs. J. \ honor of their brother Bertram,
;... that -ft. Christy and Miss Callenda of 4friPa5} viliMontgomery- faTxfcMrIrM \ which was enjoyed by all

4 '\'.Vancouver, B. C., Messrs. Q. II."Hell Mrs. J, E. Owsley returned hers \

1t.Y .., George Smith, Cecil Thompson Thursday morning of last week to

of Gainesville Wesley Bryan. spend the remainder of the week

C, N. Christy, T. R. Young* S. U.. with her sister, Miss Ida Hagan, r

.. .Johns, Wesley Stearns, John Pow- : 5A1iV; after spending a few days with her The BestResolution

.. /tell and S. K. Hitch. t1p1 'aS } t daughter In Valdosta Georgia.Mr. .
& i ; jeY twit -, a
.: 'HeartCtub ro and Mrs. John Boon and
:. '
KAHTKKN: HT.'H.U'TI! <:n )
', < .. little daughter, Lucille, arrived
I>iam'<|..1N8TALI.\T10N lr >tt $ lt.ir S'S' A'tr nere Friday from Lake City, where You Can Make! _

Spud'No ',! they have been spending: the t
l+ An Impressive Installation\ ceretueuyof -
ti. Christmas holidays with relatives. make mental
the astern Star chapter When you up your
After spending the night with Miss or written list of New Year's
at the
held Monday night i3 v
.was I r "
t, E and here '
hull I c da Hagan being joined Resolutions-and who does not
Masonic ...,.. ., a Mrs. J. E. Owsley and daughter '
Mrs. Malnea of Lake Butler, acted <. ?srh wb r atj' by .;.. -you simply can't afford to leave

';. .' as Installing officer, and Miss Mias Jessie Owsley, continued out the one that will mean most

; Christine Townsend as marshal at their homeward journey to Miami: t, to you : "Resolved, to Save More
'',and Saturday.A "
.the opening. I 1t'iata In 1929.
k few friends gathered at the I
Z'echa t
The outgoing T-orlhy matron I
',a each of the last year'lI'om rna. home of J. J. Zeigler and enjoyed When you save you are eafet t

,; > with a gift. \
'.1tb The via following new officers were and Mrs. II. D. May motoredto to you to have a comfortable nest

ant I Waldo Tuesday afternoon.Mr. egg laid aside to meet any emerg
elected: '
and Mrs. 0. M. Bennett of ency.
opt Matron.Mr. t"e ", .
Ina, White--Worthy ; '
t .1'AWTIAP; visited their ila.uff'htAr. Mra.. !
oi1o. Hayes-Worthy: Patron. ? -'H : I ''i'Y'tk.' One dollar 8tarts-an account in
f, r"" awe.a rre0M1t/ty MO'S .f---- RIi' AIUvOC.'TACJ D C. Sullivan and family last week. I ,,
aCelu. Verdle Futch-Asxoclute Matron i., this bank
'j A memorial to an event of outtanUJng had carried all I -Vllie. and Arnold wound- Mrs. C. Sullivan and Mr. and

-1; Iii Madge Middleton-Secretary. Importance In Doth Canadian I him and captured the forts Sruht-au-Matelot at the otnei Mrs. Clyde Hall visited In Raiford Save more-and If you have not

\1 I.r Eva Anderson-TreAsurer. and American history baa Men John, and Chambl,. and ,, of the town." The attack was last Monday afternoon.Mr. yet started to save START NOW
Ij Marshal. Montreal and Three Rivera so many prisoner* were Lester ZeIgler attended a WITH ONE DOLLAR. This la the
Jesse Wooten- the wait of the Chireuu
j erected on txjo remained the last by the defenders, and the "watch party" last Monday night, and service.
Blanche Alderman-Organist,. Pronteuao In Quebec.! Although many by the British. Arnold had I thereafter became little bank of courtesy
mOA New Year's Eve at the home of
Lorrena Epperson-Esther.i thousands of American tourist rogu- tered great dtniculty on his a blockade until relief arrived
.i Martha. invade the ancient city, it U not and his expedition waa ; Miss Edna Hutto of Starke. Avery
:'i Lucile Johns- arty Great Britain In May me
CLi Ladle Davis-Eloctra. often realized: tune their ancestor about a third of lu members I '. body war burled! In nice) time was reported.Mr. Bradford County Bank

I Ruby Hayes-Warder. one attempted to gain: admittance r\ij defense of Quebec ... kUled.'H j jO for 43 yeark until it waa given and Mrs. C. Sullivan and
I with leu iiiceciu. Early In the War' nornl Sir Ouy Carleton who widow and Interred on the children attended the funeral of

..,' 1 laT preen--Condustress. of Independence two for'.os rl Amrr I J gnrrUoa of about 1.9OO. side of St. Paul's Church Mrs. Sullivan'\ grand-mother, Mrs. Bradford County's Financial Stronghold
I May Wells-Associate lean soldiers were dkpntcacd. n.umt a few regulars Including the York. Rhoda Sapp at Raiford Friday, December ,
., ins (tresll.I ; Canada ono undo General Rlcn-rd Royal Fu lllera. the Royal !: I tablet In commemoration ol STARKE FLA.
1 I After the Installation of the new Montgomery up the Blcnolleu against a Corps of Seamen and part taken by the Royal fusilier 28. ,
officers, a musical program wall Moturctl and \the other under Col- French-Canadian Mllltla. I, defense of the town "tbrougn- Mills Florence ,Bender, who has
Ii Tendered by Iris Vanslckel, oiicl Benedict Arnold through the Early lq the morning of the rigors of a Canadian winter been spending several days here
Y officers bad a drill wild of Maine csnlnst Q\.t'bec. The 31. 177S. the chief awault .. an active and enterprising with relatives. left/Wednesday for
The outgo'ng two rmle* untied before QaolMe In livered by the American '" vms unveiled In Que... on her horn at Earlton.Mr. .
i. presented the retiring worthy ". P _f" 1775' a..tr coMtrWc"eda !' bravely being led by the Day. July I, in the
.. pre.- and Mrs. McOlllery: And ihllr : -
natron. with a gift. She was also siege that lasted for 194 dal'.' In person, Montgomery being of the Oovernor-Clenera


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i5252.5" -2S.5'-52S' 5i.5i52.5 525'8 Ru ford spent Sunday in StarkoI Mrs Geo. C. White ,uulMoua lIsllas'I I new year WHOOPEE A LA PACHYDERM

G I I With his parents, Mr. and hint J. \ and Blanche AMrrmnn.. accompanied Service's\ for the week of prayer

C. Manning.E. : by their nephew, I Leslie ; !see< tho program of "'lur'h911.,

_., -l speakers", and subjects elsewhere In
---- the
of Leecbiiri
Futch '; spent '
Bits of G. Moore connected with the this pnper) I hope our people will
week-end in Mar.'anna: with Dr. and '
Hxpertinent< Station, University of attend each night. I 'I
14AI Mrs. E, Murshburn! and family. ....
'1.'"' Florida, Gainesville was a huvl- --- -------

Lca1 r.t(7fi: (:g fleas visitor to Starke Monday I i Mrs S. I B. Brownlw curd granddaughter t'lIms'TI.t'IIl'It.U lr > s

J. K. Dixon minuter.
Mrs. S. L. Alvarez hal! moved Martha Iliownleo. returned s.
to Jacksonville where she will be yesterday to Ktarke after 10 o'clock 11.. m., bible school!. '

Concerning Our People, Business and with her sister Mrs W. M. I Red upending Christmas in Gainesville 11 o'clock 11., in.", sermon Subject

Progress of the-County and Town. ding. | with Mrs. Rrownlfe'g xon-lu-luw "Resolutions.

-- I and daughter. Judge and Mrs. A. 7 p. m., sermon, subject "King

Miss Leltha McPherson of Frost- V. Long, at their Highlands repldence. : dom of (;otl."

._------- ============= = had been spending the 1 holidays I Gainesville Dully Sun, December Every member ot the church
------------- proof, -
Dale in Starke guest of Miss Hazel 30. urged to bo': present. All friends
AVKATHKK ItISI'OIITmac Mrs. W. J. Epperson, Mrs,
I and visitors Invited.(
I Vansickel and Mrs Ceo. Anderson Underbill.Your
--- ------
.' 26-Jan 2.Max.. ,' : I Miss Theliiia AlburtHoii has taken SKItVII'KS: : M.1 XTON
iu ;
s Wednesday ; New
girt likes randy y'uur the agency for Fltkln, of ---

ate Min. '1'reclp. wife Deli 26 64 35 Mrs. J, Robinson 'visiting 'SIlO\.... I'lmr and
I'nuNiml Candles at ( etc., household products will preach nt the Suxton church
Dee' 27 66 39 her son, Mr.\ W. P. Robinson in I Ladles
I(to. deslr-
rhonc flavoring essences.
... nun ) Sunday afternoon ut 3 o'clock All
34 --
jep 28 66 :Jacksonville,
ious of buying something extra Invited to attend
Dec 29 77 40 John W. Haines representing nice are Invited to call at the home ------ .

De4. 30. 71 46 -I Miss Hazel Mlddleton left Wednesday the American Typefounders Company of Mrs. C. t'. Raymond between I Blind

Ilea 31 78 47 for Florida State College was a business visitor to the hours of 9 and! It a. m.:, and Bogie Won I CONEY ISLAND N. T.-New Torkt here Is Brunswick Luna Park's Baby

Jattlt 1 76 51 36' for Women at Tullassee. Starke Wednesday. I 4 to 5 p. m. it. newest night club expression "Whoo Pachyderm, making a little whoopee

Jati 2 53 --- ---------.- By Larry Wai rath ped." symbolla of the Wild West but aU her own In her own little way and

Thomas Williams left Tuesday Mrs. S. F. Hamrlck will open her Among those who were Christ-I' whoso Eastern Interpretation Is a* with utmost privacy save the portable ,I

'ptal rainfall 00K for Webb School at liellbuckle kindergarten classes Monday. Jan. I dinner guests of Mr. yet unknown to Webster, has already Brunswick panatrope phonograph. U
mall The Suwt 1""IUy" Pin 1)' liven nl make New
Tennessee. reached the more legitimate pleasure you must whoopee says
7th, following the Christmas holt- W. M. !Hodges, were Mr and Mrs.
HlHlis I IMr Keystone Height" resorts and appears to be on tile road York's night club life, you must have
days, I Kelvin McKinney' and (daughter airs and most of its traveling
popularity.Whoopee" airy
Laweyilaughter to nationwide
find Mrs. Carl Carter, Miss Anetta Williams left Tuesday ,
[P-mf. --. Mr. and Mrs. Carrell! Atkinson and Keystone Heights, Dec :.10.On la synonymous with the hilarity and adherent find every element of
Dec 30th.tV. for Florida State College for P. M. Barefoot and I Hrooker Mr. In a Brunswick portable
N andMrs. daughter, Joyce of ; Friday night'! Keystone Heights carefree ego that accompanies Jan whoopee

., and Mrs. T. L. Johns, High-; Women at Tallahassee, I, daughter Juanita and Sara, and I I J JInez and Mrs. Mallory Thomas and enjoyed an unusual treat\ In (the music and a rollicking good time. phonograph.

lands( eon Dec. 31st. Abernathy, spent New Years children of Starke; Messrs. KirnSweurlngen : I form of a play given by the men ----- :
/ Brownlee day in Sanderson with relatives... of Coluinbn lla.s; and I detained by practice of special nit i:returned Keystone Heights for:;
The entitled
Williams, ot the town. play,
and Mrs. John after visit in Gainesville .
*y--- Saturday '' a W J. Johns of Starke. "The Sweet Family" displayed t the I raj,'. They look possession of, her the winter.
([daughter, Dee 31st. ,with her coua1nAnnte Long. I Mr. and and Mrs. A. II. Harley:', -, I home nod, when Mrs. Smith arrived ha-
wonderful who
; varied talents of thin I ) Mr. and Mrs. Diddle "
at-r- I' Jr., and little son; of Lawtey, spent Mr. and Mrs. J, L. Colley had a the lunch was ready to serve,1
id rye W..Mai'key bf Brooker, wasa family In a very unique manner. I been the guests of Mr. and Mr
T. with Mr! and Mrs. J. M. ut their I, after which the evening wan spent!:[
Sunday reunion
family Sijudny ,,
business visitor to Starke Friday Mr. ,H. A. Smith asI1.tt.! J. II. Lawrence 'Cadmlll\ rt. Wednesday for a
edge A. V. Long of Gainesville, Davis. home, their guests being as follows -, president of the Woman'hub 1111 music, readings und numerous short visit with friend In Tampa
{wait tn' Starke Monday. I afternoon. '_v f, 4 : Mi and Mrs J. E. Hobln-, : was very eloquent In his Introduction I stunts About twenty-five were1 before returning to their home in
I Mr.; and Mrs. J. )M. Davis and Fugate, Mrs. C. J. pretient.Saturday.
VirginIa .
son, | of the artists Mr. 11.H.
; 'J..c, RampleytTbC; t SebrliiK; :, Cincinnati, Ohio
Mrs. Harley ,spent new ; evening Miss ArneetOgden ", a
W. M. Walnwrlghtspeit Miss, Mattie Weaver and Mrs. M. C. Hall of ,
Mr. and Mrs. Weld !Madam Dusla Hunks
I. ns
mother Mrs S. F.Hamrlck Mr. and Mm. Brice Love, son
Saturday in Jacksonville Is visiting \, year's.eve with Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Ocala; >lr. and Mrs. Jesse Srnoak, !'' Sweet the fond and proud mother gave 11 bridge party honorIng Kenneth, and daughter teleanour

; _L__ I Davis in Jacksonville.' Mrs L. A Carter W. 11, Robinson, of the ten gifted daughters; watt Indeed /; Minn KleaiHiur; Love and broth- ; of
of St. Peterburg, were guests
--- ''er Kenneth Love of Kt. 1'et-
life returned Satffurday | |I of Jacksonville; bin
Itt Wm. J. and Jo VII.o'ugate chuimliiK The father, Monsieur
the week-end.
Anderson was a 10. P. Caughey over
In Oca'Egga Mr. George Miss\ Blanche Alderman leaves i and little daughters nfHlmrK The guests Included/
several \ Colley
after Starke Wednes | Ira Ray I'uderewskl I Sweet, was truly Mr. and Mrs. Had ford of Mead- :
at Wood's," 4 Oc dozen It. business: visitor to Thursday for Cincinnati, where she'j jwill Shirley Hay and Francis uf \\ouderful.t the plauu. :Mrs( C'hus. Barnes of St. Augustine ; '
and Mrs.\ Rob-
day. resume her teaching in the ; !Mrs Chas. Weinman, The vllle, I'n., and Mr.
Hampton. I II The cast follows: Mrs J. H.
I Gertrude Houserr lOleunour: I IIl1lOn and mother of Mrs. '
of Misses :
conservatory ,
Whitehead of Law Lawrence, president of 'Vomllll'1Club. ; In
Miss Rebecca Helen and !Mn Robinson arrived Key
J. L. Norris of Lacrosse was --.*-- ALL-ALL FOR CHRIST Dusta Love lOIUnbelli Caughey; ,
lltly swain FOB K. A. Smith Madam
tey was among the visitors to Demorest, Jr., Is ; 'l 1 1I1S8r Hlone Sunday and are occupying/
Saturday Robert F. Lawrence rlhel'll'YIu< (, <
a visitor1 to Starke I Ito Hunks Sweet, It. It. Weld ; Monsieur lake
Muck house Keystone
Starke Monday. i the on
expected home Thursday for a visit ?miID ffi @03Kw China Weinman Donald :
Pude'rewskl Sweet, Mrs. K.: who Is with
!Mr. 1'hll Cadman
all sizes at KickTcol. I his father, Mtv Ri F. Demorest, Keiujotli Love, and Lawrence \Vul'rnth. -
$,'rtir cans, und piit-rH I A. Smith ; Inn Wulralh Sweet Mr. tho Insurance Co., of Chicago
\W deliver promptly Royal
SI', mb.,-.,tu......albs+.N.T Kik-.II. H* .
Ill 's I'II-\ht.\ I'lioni1H>. "iinova I'hsuucy. Dr'Kg.s! ; Florence Weld Sweet, tournament nt is spending, the holiday season -
yMr I Tlio /Blind Bugle
BIBLE THOUGHT AND Walter St. rialr; Nell: house I Mr.\ and Mrs
with his
K. II, Hagg, of Orlando, was Eugene Matthews is spend.ng _....,-- SWI'.t'm.. Pierre: ; Kdna: Andor- Keystone )Heights Country Club 11. W. ('adman.Word parents. ,

av sltor to Starke Sunday. I several days in Tallahassee and will shine the star? Answer Mr. Loulso I was won by "Larry"ValrathIIs
Who as Richards
and Myrwin lion Sweet, ; received at the
Misses Myrtice le'uve V. ( was
will boy
_. his return (II popular Keystone
-- Jackson returned Sunday( after upon read--.Keel: 8 : U.1.Bl.mSSISH Hnzeu Sweet\ \\'. II. Ogden ; Kiln: swond Heights; last week of the death of
upent "ChIU'k"'t'1I11111111 taking (
Mr. K. P. Uemorest spending the holidays at .their M r I. : ; 01IIICISTH Bird Sweet, Mile Ilorgln; hUeunorI : whit "Sammy" Sternbergthird. Mr. J, M Relsenman of Franklin,

Thusday In Falatka.'i .. home In Baconton, Ga. I Mr. and Mrs. A. 11. Hall of Jacksonville .MIMMTKV .' Sweet, H C I. .I./ 'nkins; VlvIHII place. The driving/. of GoorgeI''l I'll. Mr.\ Rlsenmiin was the fatherof
''i with' Matthew 417. From that time Saunders Sweet !t. L. llloss, Mrs. Milo Bergln and had many
children new. year's ot Starko, wall the topic of
and spent
TOp Mrs.i Kffle Miner Miss Tete Davis returned to her Mrs L. S. Jesus began to I preach, and to Buy. I Klla RlosH! Sweet: hose Bukor > im friends In Keystone Heights;
and the boys
|of were in Starke Monda her parents, Mr. the kingdom of heaven ': ; und Don conversation among I
JLawtoy home at Milliard Friday, after several Repent: for ; Sweet twins, J. K I Larson
Hutto. Jo'lynn! wut driving the bull any-
-- days visit with Mrs. C. A. Is at hand. i I I'angborn; ; Liza Ann (colored und
iCllyu McMillan and James Le'Is7rrent ------- Mark 4:26-29.: Anil, he said I BoIs ) Hrnoe McBrldwTh wlioru from two hundred
to Jacksonville Monday. Knight. Mr. and Mrs. J. M\ Alvarez and man mummy twenty to Iwo hundred\ 1111nlty/
the kingdom of ( Billy Graham left Saturday down tho center of the
Mrs. K. M. Johns, Mis. C. A. grandson should cast seed into the ground ; 1 I entertainment was held In the dullhouse yard* right
Hrownllee was a visitor to for Savannah, Ga., fairway. Watch this boy come!!
.n' mid rise
N Knight: Mrs. J. E. Corpenlng and Year's with ,their 27. And should sleep/ Saturday night. The program of
[Gainesville Saturday I Miss Tete Davis went to Gainesville they spent New Murden. night and day, and the seed should ; was In charge of Mrs. It. C. Watch for the announcement:
daughter, Mrs. Jack the formal opening/ tournament to
/ Thursday. ; spring and grow 'up,' he knowelhnot Jenkins and wan In the form of an.old
Mrs. T. J. Terry of Lawtey, was 28.o'ot" the earth relioiirnliK be huld some time this month ;
how. school
a visitor to Starke Saturday I IFjCgga I Mr.; and Mrs. George Parrish and, frults'dr lf herself; I, The Cnift Club of Keystone: ,
I Mr. and Mrs. \W: E. Torode' of Mrg. Fronle Clemons, spent the brlngeth forth | Its Christmas program of songs'and ; met with Mrs Hall Wednesday r

40'c' It'ss Lawtey, spent. Sunday afternoon In Lake Alfred first the blade, then'tlie enr, after I'i \ recitations\ Simla Claim mama Heights ArneetaOgdt'ti
dozen. holidays Miss
at Wood's with Mr. and Mrs..J. W. Andrews, Christmas:: with friends and that the full corn In the ear 29.Rut ',: with Ills pack Hnd! distributed, for I II
Wauchula president
and watt
and Mr. Jr. when the fruit Is brought j:I'brjxei of candy to, nil present.A '
Florence Matthews relatives. forth. Immediately )ho'! putteth I In j jthe I lovely Christmas party was the coming year ;
Monday in I
spent Mack und daughter,,
Mrs Mary
Eugene. I Wo deliver promptly, and prices Misses Hazel and Lois Adklns sickle, because the harvest lacome. ', given; by Mr. mid Mm.! Buck ut thoclub Shirley arrived! In leYMtone.lIelK'htll : >

Iffalatka.&Ir. rl gut. IMionu KtO. ('"novl\ l'hnr the week house Christmas eve In honor I II
their guest over winter.Lawrence II
---- -- had as ; for the
Luke 1721.: Neither shall theysiiy ot their son, Jack About thirty I
and Mrs. J. C. Adklus s sOu of IIIIK'y end. Miss Stella tyirrett, ot Jacksonville behold Walrath Is spending) \ Some Hard Facts

there for
._ -- Adklnsot Lo here! or lo guests were present! and the evening
visitors to Starka and Miss Margaret vacation with Ills I
rneeville, were the Christmas
Mrs. Edwin Butch and little the kingdom! of God Is with was spent III dancing, bridge, Wal- I

JSunday. I daughter, and Mrs. Brown, of the' Gainesville in you. I and five hundred\ The room wan parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. M On

shopping, in ---- Enable: us, 0 Lord, I toturn I ,'rath.
State Farm, were Vrnyert | beautifully decorated with crepeper
Petit of Machu and Mrs. II. L. Brownlee who ban
rs. A. M. Mr. Miss Gertrude Housrr( : HARDWAREInferior
Saturday arternoon.I from all sin to Thee with full I IpurlHIRe etifectlve -
Starke holly, and pine a very
fished her son, Mr. E. M. Johnlaat and daughter, Mary, have returned I pa been substituting for ono of the

week. I ; Y. I home after spending the holidays of and endeavor after new j jTIIH I l part of the decoration wan teachers of Green Cove Springs, ,
I and Hal hardware pro- I
Sheriff Brannen DeLand with Col. and Mrs.J. obedience. ,I>r a spider's web across the front of i
\ amnes, of Lake Butler, were business --- The webwas made of has returned( to thin I place. ducts create trouble.
$Eggs at Wood's, 40c dozen. It.t visitors to Starke Friday af E. Futch \\'UiKOK:: : llAYKIl 1 1i I|i the stage. covered with "angel Mm.! Chun. harass of St. Aug- I
i crossed string
1|I I
I. to
> -- II ustlno In visiting her parents It In necessary purchase
tr. and Mrs Dale Vanslckel ternoon. Prof and Mrs. Maurice G. Lung- The following program for the ', hair." Back of this was a large Prof and !Mrs St. Clair. : your hardware at a reliable -

spent Sunday in Starke with Sher- ---" ford, were visiting relatives I InStarke annual week of'' glittering tree on which was a Walters have where know
Lee Wynn. of Hampton observance of the Mr and Mrs.. Jno. shop you 1\
t&'and Mrs. W. J. Epperson. I I Miss Mary visiting her aunts, Mel during the first ofXhe week. prayer, which Is quite generally) I I I I present for each guest -To every the ____, ._ ._e e----"' you art getting merchandisethat
was Ii principal of Pahokee glfth) a. string was attached,
Langford cities ,
-i- and F. A. Prof observed In all towns and 6 will give satisfaction
Orders taken for tailor-made dames J. TJ Quigley high school Canal Point. the beginning of each year,. was ''guests selecting their own string I II
at I'I'arrangc,1 : l I
Levlton.jp Scott: last : Delicious refreshments consisting legitimate
M. I Almost every
[suits. Pit guaranteed. by the ministers of the j jStarke
-H-lt. I I returned toher Col. and Mrs. D. E. Knight andson churches: ,) j I: of sandwiches, salads, cakes, candy Say it with Flowers l hardware product has Its

Miss Eulanee Cobb motored to Lakeland 'I and punch were Kervkd. The party substitutes and Imitations,
Paul, 7:30 ra.jjan., 7th 1 In' For All
Monday p.
frs. J, C. Robinson, Lester Price home in Orlando here Sunday with AlissInez and Tampa during the week. Methodist: chur(' Subject, "Our1 broke up at a late hour the guestsagreeing I touting sometimes more than
Robinson spent a several days Lakeland they were that Jack's party was a the original which serve
land Vera Claire While In Nation." Speaker; _Dr.lL6wry. II Occasions I ;
Thursday in Welaka. Abernathy. guets of Mrs. Knight's sister, Mrs. Tuesday '7r30 p m',;' In Presbyterian 'I huge success. I poorly for what ever purpose
I I I Christmas wan -
The annual use them
Larsen. may
Your girl liken. candy >'ourwife Charles church. Subject',, "Christian night, i you
Mrs. Miriam KIckllter and Ilollingawurlh'iusual Education." Speaker I>r. J, H.Elliott I held at the Inn Christmas Gertrude Godbey
Claire, return deserves it. W. W. Balsden andson and as usual a very enjoyable af
Dorothy Mr. and Mrs. i
daughter PliarInmcjv / Penney Farms. JONES
Anderson lJeWITT
j i Candies at wife 1 consisting of carol
Friday, Balsden and fair. A program
.4 from. Welaka. I i I J 60.f Johny Wednesday 7:30, Baptist church.
Phone talk Dr.
and by
: relatives readings, a.
--- spent the past week visiting Subject, "Our Homes." Speaker, : HAIIDWAKK
; 1'elfalr Long is home again after and friends at Mulberry andother i I Crawford was given: At the conclusion Phone lit Waldo, Fla.,
In South Mr. Laurie G. Ray returned Saturday Rev. E. M, .Rooks. sandwiches and coffee were I

/'pending the holidays I f from' Atlanta and la spending points. Thursday 7:30. Methodist I I served .'
aroIJ-a.: Reddick with his --- church. Subject"Mlssloos.( Speaker -- --- -
the week in d and her grandson On Wednesday evening Miss/ Helen ----n ... ......
Hutto '. .
Mrs.. O. P. G, P. Raymond, .......-.- ----' -
C. -
Mr. and Mrs"; L. Ray. Rev. ------
Shep- parents entertained
and Cleo of Orangeburg, Lawrence is
Miss Lena Belle L. S. James, Dentist church
7:30 m.
ipf a visit'with -- Saturday to visither Friday p. bridge party. Thd guests were Gas and 'Wood Heaters
home after last Coleman
fard are Intermediate G. A.'s willhold S. C., came Subject, "The Churcb UI IY raal. .

[their brother in Milliard. I I The their circle meeting with Mrs. son and family, Mr and Mrs.Hutto. Speaker to be announced later: Misses Houser, Sherley Elizabeth!Mack Caughey, Gertrude, and AlsoPERFECTION

"l Monday at 4:00o'clock. : The choirs are asked to cooperate
W. J. Epperson Paul
Shepard of HIIHard. Arneeta. Ogden. HEATERS
ifjj.. Mr Chas. In providing music for easteting OIL
{pent Sunday in Starke with Mr. : Mr. L. S. Hutto and daughterrris and the public is cordially Bird, Phlf' Cadman, Donald: Pang-

%"and ,Mrs. C. ft.. Knight. I I Just received a shipment ofGiant Saturday, were visiting afternoon.In Jacksonville They; Invited to attend ;alL services born Lawrence and coffee Walrath were served Sandwiches De\Vitt C. Jones

Shepard returned Strlnglesg Tennessee andFord mother there, and broughther and let us all pray for our lo'ather'.1 On Friday night thechoir of the
Mrs. James met his for I
Hook Bean seed. J. F. Kickliter. blessing in our town
where surprise
church a
Sunday from Ellljay, Oa., on to Starke. community gave
relatives. 1929. I l party on .Mrs. E. A. Smith, director HARDWARE
visited -
_be The ministerial +4 association ]
I Mrs. M Levlton returned Tuesday of the choir, after the regular -- .- ---.-
A. McDowell of LakeButler wishes everyone a happy new year. ---- ----- --
Ollvl, Sybil and Edna week's visit with her rehearsal Mrs. Smith being
Misses from a
p attended the Union meet G. P. Raymond secretary.
rCorbett, of Jasper spent Friday here son-in-law and daughter, Mr. anil ... ----

with Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Robinson. Ing; ot New River Association Mrs.I' If. L. Brownlee, Jr: Mrs. i'llKHIYTKKIAN: STARKE FOLKS Jill" J. E. rnrn""'"''

Saturday and Sunday. Brownlee accompanied her motherand ,.,.- ..- -,- -,-.-..- -.- .
p -i -- "- ---- --
Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Hitch have Knight Mrs. l will spend several weeks. InStarke. (Rev. George H. Lowry pastor.)

pjt tleturned after a visit with Mrs. S.IH. Mr. and Mrs.Mrs.\ C. A.J. C. Robinson 10 a. m., Sunday school, J. M. r ;:;
E. M. Johns, '
of Gainesville. rtonSErrsF ya1Re 1M Go, HAPPY
Demaree --- Truby supt. l.Je
Demorest went to 17 1 IIt YOU
and Mrs. R. F storefrom Son vayd aurw ToL W1" 6N
t New
his worship, sermon N
J.r H. Lord will move 11 a. m. Morning FALOaae 6ti STA-1w4
(Mr. 'and Mrs. J. M. Oliver of Jacksonville Tuesday.Mr. the Woodbridge block to thebuilding by the pastor. .* I xeev uP so IL II ptYwq YPeA 2 r ALl_ AHAPPY

Baldwin, visited Mr. and Mrs.' McRae and familyhave occupied by Wm. J. Illffeas. s:30 p. m., Christian Endeavor. std 1ATI % AND

W.. Andrews: Jr., Sunday' J'I I .moved Barney to Madison street and a jewelry store on Jan. 15th. 7: ao p. m., Kven.ng worship, l' CAN'T 1 rtf e AtMA! PROSPEROUSNEW

-- ...... occupying the Chase cottage. Mr. Illffe U moving .thls week toOcala song and sermon. STAY UP '
Congressman R. A. Green, was now where he has purchased aJewelry This church will Join with theDaptlst row New

|a visitor to Lake Butler Friday af- store.Congressman. and Methodist,churches inobserving J' YEAR

the week of prayer nestweek _.,.
[ I I of Mrs. O. L.
f, know that she IsImproving R. A. Green, who beginning! Monday evening j 2 t IOURS I -
be gdal-to
Mrs. Equlla Jones and father, and will soon be homeagain. has' been spending the holidayshere January 7th, at the Methodist LATER CORPENING'SDRUG

K. D. Wasdln, of Graham were with his parents, Mr. and Mrs church. A cordial Invitation to all

[visitors, to Starke Saturday. W. H. Green, left Monday for our services extended to all. PEAL roan s STOREs

: C. where he Is ,
k mK anddaughters. Washington D. .>
1 T. B. Pinholster of Brooker, attended Mrs. Miriam, Misses Hazel and Dorothy representing the Second, District n.\I"TIST MEW YEaa /

here ..
meeting -
[ the Union moved to Welaka. la congress.Mr.: ; This family
Claire have and are Prosperity.
(Saturday and Sunday. Rev. G. P. Raymond. pastor Health Drug Store

i m nm MMMMMMmf Quentin R. Boerner Mho hasbeen Sunday school at 10 a, m. Begin drug store is an impetus to better living-to more Corpeq.rtg:

Dr. and Mrs. O. L. Haynes and and-Mrs.- T. A. Brlnson anddaurhter. attending the national con the new year by attending our Sun joyful appreciation of each days possibilities of The Service Store"
Saturday in Jack- Mr. I E. fraternityletegate day school and try to be present
the 9. A.
spent of
[Children InStarlle ventlon for
onvllle. ; Patsy spent Tuesday I from Montana, returned ...rySunday/ In 1929. comfort, and charm. Every good wish to you Starke Fla.
J. E. ,
-- with Mr. and Mrs. ,,11.5 to Starke ''Wednesday. Mr.Boerner Worship at 11 a. m, and 7:30 the year, folks.

"' Mr.. White in bust-Ml- Corpentng.Volley! 1 is connected with the Foratrr -. p. m. to the .. .. .. ..- ...,-.--. .. ... .-.- ..... .. ... +
bank appropriate
jkml 5O m.

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t. ,f I r '\ -- .- ,.-..,.:..T I IK i'vi- plant' food b> II...
.. \
._ I t' 1H t ; (
.., --- __' \ -rjgwRe. ... j SHOWS \'1ea,; ::,'.'BU'S'IIf! I kind of a crop growl- "
.:,. : 'LL (.UO\Y HhKK; *'IJA't: OUN1> all of the time. ThcI.; i..
1. 1.i 1u't'Wt turn this nitrogen thai I

.:,;';, : Tullahn:see ..-- Results of the lost and ;yet they com;>] ,,
; \L Farmers &: farming contest soil ,
NOBIFO! 1JI28! all-year\ garden their gets poorl'l'I\
siuiuld KI n long way toward convincing each year.
people that Flor.da: con Rich laud is the bi i i ,
; (lily Afci Iciili"i.uil 1.III..r; :
,Y. I .. toed( herself as far as vegetables\ able farm.nK. A furnici ,
I concerned, declares Miss Isabelle ahead will recognize thistep.t ".
r are
r'd Truckers Arc 'Invited to Contribute Ar- Thurbby of the slate home to increase the t> i .
'' \'\H1'clteiwnt "arm
;[ Culm: > I' demonstration department. his land.
: of Can of J'urni'" Kxpc-rieiices and Method::! Found club
titles old have
,f i | Thelma Hood a 14 year I And here we unoih r Eta
If a-sct Ili-nt ., 1'L U To Iff Rest Suited to Our Country girl of Santa Rosa county, took er who sells and cuts ,
Fyv\ decide to m ,: family garden and started off of the land with ) ,|
I over the )
____ _
buventury --=. i """ ==2"-=__
1 .
end r- .u _. have ,,
(; year I''==:O==S.==----- .== -- I, planting In January a year ago don. lie may
or d II1NTH TO lIonmW1\'J$; $ Ipurlng the year she had 40 varieties the day 1 Is apt to ', (,,
data for tuki : Specialists GiveSuggestions 1 of vegetables in her garden will feel the need of ,
Noble, agrlci j of eith he had saved r rand
" 11)'" of 'milling Mont All surplus was disposed wish

the Experim W! ,.r For There uro two ways of cunning ''iMj er In cans or fresh. She put \lPovel' helped the young i ,
talk over 300 cans, which, when added a start on the !
Dr Noble!,: Work In January meat.: first, canning raw meat, and D i11 1A =_ r eta ,I I to the value ot the fresh ,vegetables The man who has (
no one dat.f'; canning meat after It has been partially I ill i 1118 t used at home and sold, gave account today Is the ,

farmers for ::: I cooked and seasoned. Wo II I her a net profit of$128.46 been looking ahead. ,
i'"' general Gainesville, Fla. hollowing recommend the second method as II Mrs.\ H. M. Burgess of Holmes done on a little less ,
January 11. general( suggestion! for farm and tho product will be ready to serve I p county has a family of 13. She when he wa/ ]laying t, (
.. '
For citrus la! i grove work In January prepared cold (as In case of meats used, for had a fine garden when the heavy tlons, but he is reaping < \,

harvest best For t; ; by specialists at the College of Agriculture salads pickled or smoked lieu rains came last spring and destroyed i wards of his
Bund(with pastes, etc.) or when I it. As soon as the land was dry who wants to reap
would Station,
date :,\ the Kxperlment; heated, althe\ original flavors. YIDt1lAr.rJR.C.NwrrcR, enough she replanted everything. I he sows will lead a :
Is harv :
crop tel and (the ARrlculturu! Kxtenslon= Illvision. which are Imparted by different I During the year she has had 27 existence and will '

In. his torn 'fI;, methods of cooking raw meats are I varieties of vegetables growing pllsh\ anything big.
that n ,
list of resibIteaourcee ; 1$; Gene'Pal. Plan a cropping aye retained and developed. There Is I ;; '--- 'Eol Arelr&eotaIIAItLS and served fresh vegetables 2- There is a habit of 'I'
[,., tem to Include at the very (least''no dliTerence In the keeping qual ,, .. 695 times. At the county fair she a habit of failure. 1

Items as ,. three or four crops which have ities of meats canned by either I __ exhibited/: 2B varieties of vege the habit of success 1
feeds andchinery I; been found most profitable In your method Where meats are partially tables. Incidentally, she made a ahead and carefully \ !

ct :' '" community Grow sufficient green roasted or browned or boiled for I net profit of 1138.58. plans and then stay In .

gages! and (C y} feed, corn, and legumes for your halt an hour before (canu.ng: the II Mrs. John Tyson of Alachua ----.. -
bank. Liar k, livestock. Iluy only high grado healing of the outside shrinks thIprodrt I .t_ 'J .. 0 county fed her family fresh vege Shrimping ,
all debts > t? fertilizers\ and( co-operatively. Plan\ : and Insures a better pack* -,.--- tables all the year and turned in a peeled to get under

-----;, to 'have! HomethlnK) to Hell every Also plunging the meat In boiling J t net profit of 1259.09. She also part of the week at
.. .
ee-. ,;,'" a month. BubHcrlbe: for your homo- water serves to remove the scum r sold about $40.00 worth Of practically all ;
town newspaper end a good farm that will spoil the appearance of flowers during the year. Ing been completed !,

'C'' Journal. Make an Inventory of I an other wise good, looking pro. al George Bass of Bartow proved the expected catch.( !

your farm. Start keeping records, duct. that the men can grow vegetablestoo. of packing houses on ,
:A mako your record keeping a part I Container!* for <'iinni! >u Meat i l lI He had to do all the work in dock for' Hansen '

of each day 'a routine. Fumigate" I: Tin cans are In many respects his garden after 5 o'clock In the Sandlford Fish and

1 for corn weevil. superior to glass Jars. They elimInate 1Crrtar 1 tson' ..3DINIMO afternoons but he managed to do ing Company Is being thll'l
< Unity and llcM-f., -In northern breakage and the steam pressure I p rt 1 a r.3n'.w' it. He disced the ground with a & representative of ()

i- > counties, scatter 6 to 10 pounds of canner may be closed and opened ALL harrow pulled by a Ford truck. fleet, which It was IL I ;
Vl taspedeza seed to the acre over pne- with much more speed and I He turned in a good record accordIng ber around -

turn and let rattle tramp In. Get the cans more quickly cooked than i I ; = to Miss Thursby, and she Invites the city placing orders

grass! seed for permanent pUlture,1' when glass Is used The open top ;I- _H YLMM iI S other men to enter the 1929 arrangements for
Feed beef cattle corn stover and or sanitary can Is the newer type I contest. plies :
Cvpyrlifbt I t., silage, and let them run on velvet ', and is Just what the name Implies. I 1 )

\' bean fields. ,I Tho entire end of the can U the I II I I l' eco pooM7 l
(trove and On-hard.' -Set grove I top. Washing the can and packing ROOM., ; \ b raocwt l i I
There it :' lit trees, water, and bank for cold I the food Is easily done. The top l Is \ II I RURAL COMMON SENSE 1
till. argue: ,,'j ;: protection. Prune out dead wood. sealed on with a hand machine I : I By Spuds Johnson
short. suit I'/' Irrigate If dry. Watch for rust which la quickly and simply operated -
suit of lowt mites. Destroy citrus aphids If I no hot Irons or solder being ) I Simon Pure
( ." : 1" --rrm LOOKING! ,AHKADNow
If scab l lI Is
found on new growth. necessary. All large canneries i. the of and
at beginning a new
Club; ') bad on grapefruit and- satsuma, now use the sanitary can.PrtxMHliitt 1 _
I I1 year ja a good time for us farmersto
spray with .1-350 Itordeaux plus for fanning KIIW Mrnt FIRSTFIAORDLAH / UtCOND r FLCOR.PLAWI / be looking ahead, planning I Gem Farm
With this" ?' percent oil or 1.30 lime sulphur Cut meat Into convenient pieces I Mt I jfrtr+r*"; ..
f. ahead and laying schemes today
the beldir "' 1 \" Just before new growth appears 1 for packing Into Jars, removing t rI that are expected to bear fruit at I
bid TheUundcsirab)' f, : Unnlen and Truck.--Spray cabbage hones. Season with salt pepper, .- .J some future tomorrow. The man

.j- with lead arsenate and soap or what ever other seasoning Is desired AX K\ilISH: imiriv IIOMK. ied, also has a generous attic: an with a hall off the kitchen so that who lives for today only will never
honrt.The pU.ol y for worms ((1 pound arsenate pow.del' I Pack solidly Into sterilized ,' Ideal complete small home I i ill may also serve as a first floor get the most out of life. This Is I Are ,
r one : 6 pounds soap, 60 gallons\ water Jars or sanitary tins. Add no wa (cny R. C. Hunter & Bro. Archts., A worthy feature of the plan arrangement i lavatory', a convenience; for the especially true of farmers. l ,

,, that di''j' ) Plant a few double rows of I ter. It tins are used exhaust ten New York City.) I I Is the large wardrobe ,',, family. Too many farmers are saying. I "TIMK TRIED i

t bid on sweet corn and cowpeas In tomato minutes, then seal. Place in steam A good subntnnt'ul home of sterling I'I Complete working plans and In acts If not in words. "I will get' I TESTt'D"Our ,

course,l ( fields: as a I trap I crop for fruItWOI'OII1. pressure canner and process No. 2 character presents an attraetire ga-rage specifications: of this house maybe all I can out of my farm today and I I- I
onhe Lone Plant radishes! English' cans' or pint Jars 90-100 minutes at Is economical to buildrequires 'clothes, how superior to small stuffy obtained for a nominal sum '
p oollarda, exterior : 1 I take no heed of the morrow. Let Brands are the ,
HrusHels sprouts 12 pounds, pressure. It meats aru : from the building ed.tor.: Refer to
: ,
peas lot and closets
club :, j but a forty-foot tomorrow take care of Itself." And ledged Standard
eulpartner and umstard. Start seedbeds of I'packed In Jars In one solid piece I 1 connected house; A-160.
longer ] .I has tcarn'le: and maids room attach- The ma'd's bath Is ---------- so they drain their: soil of Its fertility Growers of \
(l"v'tuntty .. tomatoes, eggplants and peppers.Trent increase lime for processing 16 -:-: =: = : :: --.n:: : ..:.. :::. .. ::- ,,..= .. of th'ose by planting without JUidged all !\
Ur i :: a truck seed with 1:1000: ('or.i minutes. f .. ....., ... .... __ ...__,.. ": market every possible one crops
,, : fertilizing them as they should nearly forty year
betUfon : subllmnto. Idubelle S. Tliursby.WINNERSAN that are produced then. Prac-
: i ronlvo !Iteiso They let the nitrogenous constitu- "'( lvtnt all we can I J
theclearly J" ""malll'1Iav9( breeding pens --.- I r: How to : Xku1trgrj t'cally all of them can be market ;
f>r 1 ents of the soil leach out and ivo jet Instead" of ; :
ready b'xhthit birds at poultry C"i lly Dr. L. D. LeG iec'r, \.5., St. Louis.; Mo. t .. ed by preserving and keeping for
for what
If fairly( .y can j
( ... to' waste, and do not try to couauy -
chicks.HOJH .' ... kg low priced ote.pnng
suit (int J"j j srtowu (crow healthy .- ; Pat.er.e.a.nanJuweotaennr.An: Vn...,. home usa eggs "" In the policy of
have base and (al'I"I| uroll for club NOUNCEDINCONTEST j Colin., *.tti4. ."._*t.v-_4f vefertnary pr.ictic, o and summer.It I great detail in; this ;article.: : On :
On tW viork' Hoys pick out your club I ,, .r''< ..... dnA.m on of pnuftnranhl lv r ..."...atofk attj.pmi..un.,.Nriooallyknown Fm; *n ntulhoruv It! is very ea y to preserve eggs: i the contrary enough so the reader THE E. O.
U<1 on ttupconcl \ and got It (to shapo; secure brecdeNorcJ ...th.... .t Idrurcr.A11 for futuro use* by putting them
u< r.i mm poultry : will want to know about ;
(n I _.________.__ ____. __ ''R --- I more FERTILIZER
to mm. liquid
the act !i Allo.1 Hood unit ,be ready plant.lu I i down n water glass syrupy I methods of increasing the winter I
j thillumo.. Make H family Such ration emphasizes the fat that can be obtained from almost JACKSONVILLE.
just as -- i IdII a profits from his flock.. i
ry"' ,jtsee household budget. MrUe plans for Tallahn aeo' Thelma Hood 14 I PriXIITS: Hilt PKOK1TS I making material and, by withhold any druggist. This water I _: j ruI
rd I well-balanced all-year diet for year old club girl of Jay. Santa \VIIKXMXTKIt: : ('OMKS: : ing the egg-making materials removes I glass should be. mixed with nine ,
I the family: a garden of fresh vegetables Itosu county has been declared the danger of a too early parts of cold boiled water and the I ,

7 .ounder'J II' can the surplus raising ltt *II winner of the state garden contest Ih-poiul. tui |the Younjrt for'Ht'HilpMt maturity. Mash should l not be entirely I solution kept 1" crocks or stone 1IIIi I

:I '!:c,' enough poultry to supply the tamIl \'for club <
.,l.''t; lly'a needs, can sausage merits, of Oady Holmes County won the 'inter :Monthslirn 1'1'11"11'rt' materials needed for building up be used if absolutely clean and free ;
I! '"\ ,' etc. Plant ornamental shrubs, trees i iI | sweepstakes prize for adult members .\ III ht..t.. the muscles of young fowls. Too from odors provided they are thoroughly -

Marti |{I'f"-i; : and vines. Observe tree planting .1 much of It. however may precipitate scalded. Fill the Jar or
Oibs U .'5 day at schoolhous Provide alt opy. "Youth will be served1' so eg: laying{ before It Is de- keg partly full of the water glass INSURANCEAGENCY
m quart of milk a day for each child onors. Of s'rable. Give the developing pul: solution and put in the eggs from
c I y) and a pint a day for each adult In I Honors for the highest yields goto the old proverb. course no I lets all the grain they will eat day to day as they are gathered.

'f::1 "; the family Mrs. Margaret Nlckolson of Hlli reference to poultry was Intended during early fall 'and after they So sure there Is always at. least two ESTABLISHED 1886 1,

i : Troi'l'L.\H:: I i \Hard, Nassau county, and Mrs. C. but It happens to fit Just the same. come into normal laying, gradual Inches of solution over the eggs.
1 ., OUCHOHK "S( : TO SKVr : S. Humph of Lake City, Columbia! 'As a rule pullets lay more eggs I ly decrease grain\wlth a corresponding -! No dirty or cracked eggs should be
HOYSV1MJNO county Mrs. Nlckolson reports during: their first laying season increase In mash feeding. used nor any about which there Is\ STARKE FLA.

'. 1 1I (t'" --Kour-tl club that her garden brought In 11.- than during any subsequent sea It pullets have been properly any doubt ts to when tbpy were !. I
13; No set? I. nalnesvllle. Fla. countythat 1353.00 and \Mrs Humph receivedI son. Consequently, it hatches are developed along the lines Just described laid. They must be absolutelyfresh I _,_ -r---:: : : '000'i
-t,; I' pnCt nq ,L work Is so popular in Polk ; I $ from her garden. These ladles correctly timed so that plenty of above they should begin I laid the same day they are
to I
1 >JXI ned i r I boys will even sow just I have been awarded garden pullets will be brought to maturity' laying Just as they are put into put) In the solution. i
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'Art:, 'Z !$i>l Ol. v-'J I' a chance to be members.The MIIIR&s'Los! cultivators, given by the mauufac- some time daring the latter part winter quarters. Their quarters : The cost of preserving eggs in
dhs, 1 I' story Is told by home turers. through the department!! of of August or September, a banner should not be changed once they :I tills way Is very small and calls I
fit evide! ., ]i' Codbpy; and fusel Preston, of' agriculture! engineering: at the College 1- winter egg season is bound to follow start laying. Such a change will for almost no work at all. Eggs= in !,

.: ;, hand 'j,I demonstration agents. A group of Agriculture. Pullets hatched during February usualy cause a molt and falling: off : water glass will keep for six or i WANT ADS ,

t'( lead 1.1\ ]I I:, small boys wanted a demonstration club.\ Theyasked Hol)nes county l led In the North or March according to' In the egg yield. Furthermore, eight months If stored lu a cool, ; I
'.",,1 the tr'. "] ; the \home Florida\ district. Columb'a! took breed" should begin laying just pullets should never be housed :I dark place, well covered and may
'.... .'t-i anent about it. She thought i''second place and Santa Rosa third. about the right time for winter with older hens. The more mature then be used for all cooking purposes -I
"* would have some fun, so told them Pullets. should not be al- for the table. The advantages
] I :Marion won the honors for South CRKi. hens annoy the younger ones or i
I.f.': they could have a club It they Florida and Nassau placed first for lowt'dto come into maturity too that too Interferes with their lay of this plan certainly I _

t ,j j'Jte r,i': would agree' to learn to sew Just I/ East= Florida followed by Volustit quickly. Normally, a pullet startsto ing.! From this point on. the usual 'J i should be apparent without argument. -II S = llr
as the girls' do. They took her litcrally lay aa soon as she has I
{ I and Alachua. The contest was eggs rules for feeding and handling layIng -
'-. and brought sewing mater. reached maturity and her body developed I I have not attempted to go into II !Cs
state-wide! and competition was hens will apply to pullets -, _
.t.. .rtf: \. lal. I keen: between counties as well aa has ceased to grow. Sometimes especially for winter egg I :
"CIub 1 ]I..' It Is needless to say that these laying starts somewhat before full production.! II u
between to
Individuals according
I y Duan1l, ,,1 l" boys will now have any kind of :Miss Isabelle Thereby, foods and growth has bees reached and further Of course I do not mean that t'r

5pad'' F club they desire.'. I marketing agent for the state growth may cease Such pul- older hens are incapable of winter For colds grip I t"
lets remain! understood and
j ) n.fll no\ home demonstration department. may egg production merely because I t.
;, 't r MIKE; : ( (Hu'IaI: ."! There were many flue gardens their eggs may be defective and have emphasized the desirabilityof and flu take
t that did not. win prises. These gardens small. If pullets are maturing too developing pUlleta for that sea I

: 1 '' U. Marlon county club have furnished fresh vegetables rapidly their mash .and aamal! son. With proper culling, breed THEHELPING .
'zd I' V;':' Oc made- some good yields of for many people and are food shauld be reduced. The ing and feeding,. hens can be madeto

) : f''j' boy : the past year, reports concrete evidence of the statementthat grain rations' may also bo slightly: lay almost as many eggs during !=
.. tadS ,(j-' corn during Agent Clyde Norton. John vegetables can. be grown\ In Increased as pullets. should havea the winter months as in warmer LaTRAOg HANDWhatever 1t 1r

"Z'. :t r' County Martin at Moss Bluff mad 300 Florida for 12 months ot the year. good reserve store of body fat weather. The subject of special: ,17r

,'.wn II' bushel lon, live acres of muck land : Club girl who received: honorable before they start laying. Otherwise feeding and handling of fowls for it is you may want, our classified col- r e,
,7 clta li j of fertiliser. Onanother mention are: Genola Baas. Oka- they will not stand up well winter egg production Is, however, sat te
without the use umns put forth a helping hand to aid in attain ,
t'i. under the strain of you
bof.'(a I."ln1J1d may: constitute
+i. acre h. hoed 200 poundsof loose; Sarah Bone, Alachua; Mary, of sufficient Importance to 'Ifc
{vend] ,I superphosphate and 20V pounds and Katherine You..:. Marlon. Adult fall considerably: short of the possible a separate article all by Itself. MARK RIG.Rerieves ing your desire.

a *M,,.t, '" made 73 bushels. member receiving honorable m.x1muDeltlt production. 11I I
.,. 1ri0. t: kalnlt Robert and William of McIntosh mention Include Mrs. O. E. White For that reason many poultry I The reason for emphasizing ways Whether you want a position or someone to work a

;,ace),. .', made (1 1-2 bushels of corn on one Lake Mrs. C. A. Sa.11b.u; men make a. marked increase in of increasing winter egg production for you ; whether you want a home or sell one;
a Und. ne used 400 Mrs. L. L. Owen. Nassau and the quantity of grain fed to the : Is. of course, that prices reach whether t
acre of high "the congestion, you have fpund something want to s
f' pullets aa their combs begin to you
mixed fertiliser and aside Mrs. Darney Dillard Volusla. their very: highest peak at that
; r., pounds of of 100 pounds of nitrate Most of the prties were given redden. At the same time, they: cut i I tlmn. It Is. therefore desirable prevent complications, return, or have lost something you want returned
dressing p
nurseries and seed companies down en the mash and animal ) to produce winter and hasten recovery. the helping hand
ot soda by I not only as many of our classified columns is always e
.; of the state. The Francis I. Stokes food* beet scraps of similar ma- eggs as possible but also to extended a
Ask the horn demonstrationagent Seed Company of Sanford gave terial. The grain Is fattenh'It.1 to you. e
the all-year garden ISO In seed for prizes In the Ea.tCoa8t whereas the animal food being no
Cmn l' IS contestants ) longer required for muscle building The expense of advertising in our classified col-
1919. Get section Seed Company
contest for : ; Kllgore
and see that your county is gave; $1S In seed; and Rea aa the birds reach maturity, We can charge your ( pmns is very slight; only 1 cent per word. The results F

"preMnted. Grow green YgetablM Boners Brothers and Glen St. Mary nay start egg production before its YES E 8 are always more than satisfactory!

IS months of the year and Nursery each gave $I5 worth of desirable.It j STORAGE BATTERY In s
!. eat thorn. They are good for every nursery stock. The Florida Farmer Is. usually: considered better I ISmith's BRADFORD N
not to force pullets Into premature -
body. gave ISO to be used as prize for
: laying by feeding large quantities
the best club girl's garden.
:\. See It your subscription to the of mash. Instead limit the Starkc
local newspaper Is paid np Florida Ounnellon New building constructed mash until pallets are qalte ready
yp iI." weekly newspaper are usuallyworth here for location of AH to lay and. by: feeding a greater Garage

all they coat and mono American Thrift Store. amount of train to get them fat. a.

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I)' I I' 'Iltlll business" men pre- ( hl"agI( mHiiufacturers ot u <'aiul I I i in.' I. niw-l'iu-u (.'umpitiiy. u ci>r-
l;>':.1 iitl.jn;, holder I of Tax OltlfKfttc::1 :
hr. ti> i: nniiiK of a period ofity found In every city, vlllitRo iiii'l\ i I I \''. Mil, 4th d.iy of AuitUMt. A. n.l IU4! : NO TrCl'IR.-U;,;;; ;;', i ; ,1 I ,

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and Tax certificate No.: SIM of ili ,
mntfn HDUllcaHnn for tax il It'< .1 in < arly date that will are clearing thousandth of ,I 'IXHHO' th<.iiM.n m aicoi-lnni: with July A. U. i 11111, ha" 1110"/, xai.i .
Uellev- ', Inu. Sukl rirtlftaate cmlirnreK thvtc.lU'WInit llvnto In my office\ und ni.ulc. ., i 1'1 i .
tin optimistic
; mo r se ( : acres of land In count> .
'I (I"rlhud, property. Hlluatiil tlou for tax diH'il to IHMU. i h. 'I
Q Florida, saya the Florida und setting it out with fruit tret>n. I II In Ura
Chamber of Commerce. Dig; Operations Valpaialso Ha\'. I I II I wlfSouthcnol: fiuartar of N..rthwft..t I <>ml I>rac H HltUKtid 1 the following in I Hiul.t tit:i--, I:,:
ey in tho North realizing that where Chlcagoans have become In- quiirlor ami Nurtlleiinl cifSo I ty Florida to-wlt.:

,'bull movement! In.all street teresled in the creation, of Clil- I u tli went (luniter Merllnn,; IUlrtv..W :- North half at Northennt iimit| I ..I'i
Khlu T. Sou til ItMnifii, 11 Ku; ..t, 80 Nortnuaat quarter or IMIIIIK, I 11iiuarter
,innot go on forever, lu casting cago's own Gulf Coast winter re-j I H<-,.tr.. Hunt of H, .\. U. lly. H!>.ft >

ab ogt,* for opportunities for invnstent 'i sort, are going on without a let- >'h nHKrHKnicni of nali1 property Townxhlp 4 7 South Ititniru t'i ts.:.i i .
'iiuixr. the Hah) <"rtliltmte Imiiipit wan n elen.Tho
when the stock market topI 1111)| The strides made by one con- In tlu> niiuirt ..Mli'luirl; A Kprtiulv. umx'Bumont nf maid prop."\', \.

I Ittri front Its peak and enough otItfalready i cern In Northwestern Florida durIng I I I niviiM BHI| | rrrtlf I lvut nhull: ba re- under. I the Maid crtltlcat JHHIKMI wu.i 'I
I ctei-miMl m-rordliiK to law, tux diuilI In the name of Jan.e. Clark.
is turning toward l< lord ,i the last few months are sfgnlficant I'will INMUH thereon "

to warrant the prediction that as testifying to the Interest uf (Kebrunry, A. I II. 1039.I \ diiiou mcuioiiiK tu law, 'ax de. I luiteil. .jlilM 2ml day uf January A. will [iHHiie thereon on the :21x1. duy .>f
millions of dollars will become acllve in Florida on the part ot Investors. l>. IH2II.I January A, !>., 1\1211.\

here In the not distant future It is developing satsuma groves, I <(itil ( i 1.-\t,1 ('1..I'k of Circuit Court, A. J).. 1928.

lundreda of millions have been' I vineyards and small fruit orchards i 1 I l-l-MjJJ! : ':I. _!!!:!!. !.!2..U.l'UL..E1!: !!:! fleik\ of concentrated in New York during I and selling them on a. five year Circuit Court,.Mr. .d.r"I'd
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Ithajlast few months because otjthajhlgh maintenance basis. Sastuma orange '0'1'101 I 0'" \ I''I.u''r.'C llI'Olt 12-2l-5t-l-tS\
T.Vollre .\ \
. call money rates and groves In ten acre tracts at $1.- -- ---- -

when the opportunity for earning GOO an acre are being sold as rap- ; IK livrebv. ftlviMi that llulilwliil ;%0"11': OK ,\ I.I'I.U' 'LTIO'\ "'Oli

large profits there passes It must Idly as they can be created and In ; wlH-rBo: Coniiiiiny! ;, u corimt TlIS \ u.u:
.return ,at Inn, holder of Tux Ceitlf1riiteI I
: to those parts of the couh- nearly every Intance the purchases I \ 71) 4th, diiy' of 'AuwtiHt A. U. 11124 NOTICE IIKHMIIV: ritVK.V, That

try."here.tt: belongs, and look elsefwhere are on a cash basis. IIHM flltxl Hitld' i-erllMcutw Oi my olllr" .. T. J. Alderman holder. of Tux C..r
and miKlu applli-ntlon for tax deed tn tltlciita No. 251, Bth day of July A.
for employment. It seems August Hecksher, of New York, IMHIIO I theifun In aei'orilance with !II., IIMA, JuLIO men Maul t-ei.tliu. mo In

7to!, b generally agreed that Florida developing Fort George Island, Inn. Salt! ri-rt Itlrntu eniUiHoen' therolliiwhiK inv oMU-e and matin application fin,
Merlli'd l "property! oltuated 'lax lined 1 to Ixmte tliei-eun In au.:orda .
." the best field. I near the month of the St. Johus I In .Iliudfnid. eoiinty, Kluildii, to- i ire with law. Said vertlUcat. em
, "'' Future activity In Florida' will river, and spending hundreds of wit: bracOB the follow In. d...crlbvd prop,
'I'ho NnithwpHt quarter of Northvenl erty Bltuated l In Uradfortl, County.
not be In the nature of the speculative
: thousands of ou the .
pro Flnilda
\ "| .I\I'h'r. /Sortlon II, Townnhlp T, to-wlt:
. rtrgy of 1925. There can never ject, has been working steadily .Siuilli I It..n.. .. 21 KiiNt, 40 noren.Thti NnithwpHt (itiartnr of Southeast
; HHHeHHiiivnt of nalil' .prnptirtyunil.'r quaiter' nf Nor! h..lI"t iinnrtnr Mention
be.another "boom"i'hore
' speculative : !
during the last two years. The III- th: mi, III rortlllrato IMMUUI! waHIn 4 TiiwnMhlp 7. Mouth Itanire Z:!. 10

, for two reasons, first, the bault Club was dedicated three [, the inline "state I mtlrl ...tltlcuta/ Hliall ba re- HKHennnient of nnld property
( laws enacted In 1927 would !I8top1t
weeks ago with a list: of guests ( .
}V IJ"r I deeiniMl lU'i-iirdliiH: to law tax tlt il under th" nalil rertltlfattt iHMUed wmri
| before It. ('ould get under present from the north that represented ], will IHHIIII I Ihvivuii on the 4th day ofiFeliriiury. i iln tli,. name of I'nknown
Wall' and secondFlorida's business I clty ol Lor in Persia where a tourist I 1 A, l >. IH2i.! 1 i t'nleKH. Maid f rtlllcute .hall\ be reilwenit'd .
: : hundreds of millions of dollars
I { I Is aald never to have act foot He returned 11111..1 1hl.. :iiiul duy of January A. HCTordliiK to law tax da"d
( Readers would not permit it. of capital. The J. C. Penney- to America thin as a rail, I).. 11I211. will IHHUH thereon on the Ulat duyuf ,
,What Florida is 't clng Is <. 1920.t .
IAI Gwlnn Company, developing thousands shaking[ with lever which twice dull; .\j) Clerk\ of. Circuit Cinii't, Hi ted thin 14th duy of Dec A. D,
', period of investment In and of-* acres of agricultural painted hla cheek bone* a brilliant l-4-&t-2-lllnutroid_ County, Florida' 192S.

. development of agricultural lands, lands In the vicinity ot Green rod He had been shipwrecked inCapt O. W. AUDKUMAV.
DI.Ou ;\ I'ltU OF MtNTKIt'M ,. \1..1 Cleik of Clri'UU Court Uiad-
/clone-In: urban residential aub-dt- Purdy boat In the Bn.Timos;
Cove Springs and Penney Farms ia ford County, Florida.

;..lalona and business and Industrial extending Its cultivated area" by > ... u. \\v\i.a to Columbia Dnivcrslty, accumulated VJorUecl he knew on California ronds with like a boon. had Notice IH hereby Riven Unit u niter '1221Btlll.: ....___________

',. 'tenterprlaes of the most. substantial another 1,000 acres. Less than NEW YORK.-A marvelous picture a library ot the great muster ot walked the streets ot a Mnclrn pick' nn nnrt* ,ninl I livlrtiie nf KoreclnHure nf. Unit nm eellullt. <.lH Jtacvnihul (Klliillliecree. IHIIKIt: llt III.IC.l'I'IO'V:

character. three months ago Temple Terrace of life In foreign lands.-Persia, Bor literature and lived with them 'When f.'Kllna hla home town Ruthetlura 82ml, A. ll. liiad, liy llonoraljleA.

% Tbe frequent references toFJo'ida Estates near Tampa. was discharged neo. Java and; India and ot the people the call of the sea struck him n.. N. J, virtually "dead" waa about to I X. Adklnn, :Ju.lwe: nf tho :CircuitCourt In rircnlt Court. Twenty.Sixth Jti-
who dwell therein from the humble found good heart among the <4reg cast on In nnd for Hnidford. (Contity IcllIl.II..IIt. riradfnrd I'ou"ty. tUataor :
by Arthur Brisbane during from receivership, the transaction native who Bleeps by the roadptde of the waterfront In the ship a torecaitle again Klot'Ida, In that ctiituln','auMii whcriIH *- (Kloildn. In Chitnevry
the last few weeks of The editor ot the American muga- It. It. Theilv IH i-nnipliiliiiint ninlAda Ml hi red (Clark
are great Involving the payment of $1- to the So he ha* called his. book the
wealthy nabob of *allor* and l lsavnRes. rifle hard of this trange young :imn AnilreivH, widow IM ilvfendHiit, Complainant,
significance says the chamber. 200,000 In cash. Resumption of cut-throat and brutnl crew "Orear Hoin Spoon" which tin old saw the stories he tind written for Hit* iindei'MlKneit, IIH Wpet-lat MuHter.' "...

W'tiJe Mr. Brisbane Is internatlon- work there Is scheduled to begin i* given in Eugene Wrlght'a new nook Mow England: iktppcrs swore byfn mpgnztnps in India ind naked him' to will t Hell to lh. hint, hlulieM. Mini 1 T. Q. Clark, .
lieMt bidder for raxli, ill th front" Defendant
, ili,1mown at. a newspaper editor- before February 1. Stone & "The dent Horn Spoon," shortly to Calcutta hd wa hit by a creak- write The ofDrp IIo'U thrilled when ilnor. of I the I'ourt IIOIIMH In Htiwk., I I It apptinrliiK by utndavlt ni>pendo'
- .;>vrlter ho Is better known ln | \\ ebsl er have never ceased their appear The boon doc* for theme far try, cable and invalided to the uos- : they rend hi.* Impressions, llriidtoid, rniintv.. Klnrlda. on Mnndiiylh I Ilin bill llle f I land and "trange'plnCi'II whnt Jack pltnl Boon after he wall taken ov And thus in nuiTerlng and Koiirth duy ot. 1".hl'lInl'Y. A. 1 0. that ,'. (I. Clurli, the "..r..nd.
finanWhat clepi'vn.:
clal circles an an astute Itl-I development\ work at Davis Islands London and Rex Bench did for dengue: fever Hla fund low. he lived IliJU\ diirhiK the li'xal hUll 1''' ut HUlu, ,: ant I therein numeil In n nuii-n ililenrnf
f > and hla: opinton of Florida and of operations AlflnknCugcne : tlon in adventure nnd high .hope win' fi>r th" puriinAH nt HHtlnfylntr I Htilitilerree the HI a to ot 1>Florida und hi. I I', uroaldont
resumption on :
rt't:, with Hindus and Aiab looliing inx, born the "Clr ai Horn SpOOl)" u cork. 1 lln> rnllnwlnir; dUHri Iheil 1 realVHtntD uf Albany. Hlale nf Georgia,
*.ud things Florldlan carries gieat several of the largest projects In : Wright \\'n. a common the hrnrts ot men He traded hi* Inn hook with romance packed between lyhiK unit lieloK In Hnidfordniiinly Huiiuml, li llvei-y iirul IH over the aironf
i jwelght. Thousands of Floridians sailor lie had worked lust l-'lni. Ida, to wit twenty-one. It IH thmnti, ,,
the peninsula which have been idle lu oti iron pair of sneaker for the blowpipe tv.n eovcro It.l.. h tal Ie nfhnrdHhip ; yearai:
'I'll" "HoiillmnM. iiuiirter of. the oi'deroil I that valil. non-r.>Hlil, .int. d*
foundry white
jjrho>>:have seen Mr. Ilrlsbane'u references for running hot metal into of a gnnle-rntlnn clwnrf 'who and ktran> e world.
' two years is Imminent. ; And HoulhniiHl unarti-r or Ihe ,HonthwuHtiuaiter fendi&nt' be anil IN hereby rritilr..flIn
r to the state do not knowthat'scores the moulds with men two and th..etlmea lived 700 mile In the interior ofBorneo. J\JnRle Mfe It is a *wift runmnT '1 of Heitlon' T\vititv-nve tlll: ), iippear' to the bill at complaint" flleil
There are some who labor under his age At 13 ho was the *ub-, i dramatic tale with exciting incident I'oxviiHhlp live 11\\), Houlli, II""K... In Hull. ] cauMu nn or bctoit .Mllio .

of other authorities simultaneously the impression that Florida pos boBs of nn Italian crew near HacReneack. For month ho lived In tunclea. on the work ot a mnster' rrartnmnn "with T\v''iily-lwo. (122)), .Mum:. loiitalnliiuTlMI Hth day of January.. A. D. \U\I.\
are discussing Florida N J He had worked III I'UN 11IUI B 111ll'HM.. otherwlHO the alliiild. ill
enough hotels to tourists his way the rondo in forecastle* un-ler iilmtrrlnn the "o\il of a "onq'uRtl\cJoI'e'
\ sesses serve .
l> H.: I KNKI11T, will hOt taken UH voiifuumid by "hl
!1d"l! l same ve.ii: during the next decade, but all through the West and climbed sun He aacendrd itrsnir rhts reviewer predicts that the I tlunrliil MiiMter.A. "l'r..nl..nt.

1t Few Florldlana are aware offal announcement is to be expected In tho pcipcndlculnr cIiITa of the Canyon tropical rivers which often rone id Qrent Horn Spcou" will be: roud! 100feats H. CltlONVHHolliltor I It in further ordered that thN. nrili
of the Dead But he feet for Complalintnt.' 14lIt2tUI'I'I 'r Liu 1 pnbllHhttil oiK'e a. w..' k for
managed to go over night He found the ancient from
. ; Is actually in progress at the'present the near future of the construction .__ _ .h __ .____ -- --' .., -. ..)- --- ..nowIM'l.l'KNK.t-_ ,-._--- '-- .--- -,- .. -- I'niir "''''''''''1111 VII week In the 11 rail,
' time. 1 ;\ -] JNotlm ".':11'\1"" .\ ('...:u.I'I'U. lord Connly TeleHrrnph/ a newnpaperpnlillkihed
For many reasons of another large one at a resort ago Jefferson county, for example bullet they could get a ntll! greater :: IMIK:< '..U'TIOVIHVusi .'" In Mittd tnunty find Plate

, individual projects cannot be on the lower East Coast. -The > : !': ThlH llei nilier 12th, 102H.O. .
was wondering what to do with the run for their money. That time W. ALDI-illMAN1,
cussed) because they are not yet ] Graham-Paige! Motor 'Company IH hvrehy irlven that allOi'dltniH
cream' tHeal cleric Clrrult Court
milk and was producing. has passed In Florida says the l.nKHtt'FM, IHHIi'1 IbtileeM, mid, )
!ready for announcement but manufacturers C. A. KNlllll .
, ; of trucks and passenger Citizens Interested 1. To keep well. nil permiiiH InivInK rlalniH "Knlo..tth. lly
.enough can be divulged to lndli | cars, only a few days ago a creamery operator chamber, _because the bottom wa I i I .. ..,,'nlo of U"lIry J.n,'.... SI..V.- Lii'piUy Clerk
"IMIJ I IIILI, Wlf.MAMHHnllrltor
In another To others. I \
state, provided a protect
I .10" ". h"I' b" 1..llIlr".1
: In' .11, """" lOr.
something of the situation. Ink ,
i Its hardwood reached month. for Complainant.
\ opened mill lu Taylor portion of the necessary capital many ego. 3. If contract Influenza I ,.. I.I""t, Ih.. "nil... ""ly aulllloo11..1. IZ-21-St-l-lH

Western Florida a Californian who j county. This plant will provide and a creamery was established In some Isolated sections ot the state1! you .... to Ih.. l'.I1I1I". JuI.... uf 111'-. _L-4>-__
fcaa control of Influenza Infection U r"I'd ouny, Jo'h>l'ld", nl hi. oiIn -.
nearly 150,000 acres all the lumber and timber which Montlcello. At this time the plant Investments may still be made at tl'anf4mltited I I ho court' IIOUHK, In tint Town of MadlHon( Telephone exchange

' i.nd'a' northern group which con- goes Into the manufacture of thecOllcern's Is producing 8,000 pound butter what Is termed the "rock bottom," with the Heeretloim fl'ol1tho : i 1-11111'1,.., wit hili 0'10'' Y..RI' rrnrn d..t.. liulldltiK hero being remodeled and
Ihl... 11011 will to.. h..1 1III
troU 70,000 h..r..or. nr ( <
I acres are preparing motor products. Inquiries weekly. I but any investor who believes such HOBO and mouth. There is no spitclflc j I Ionr Ih..r..t.., 1111,1 ..II ""1'"'''''' 111,1"1.,1 f Improved.
) tot begin, development operations, with ,, .... .' loI'
a view to tho estab- condition will prevail over tu "1,1 .t..I" IIf" '''I\llr..d
Some a
people with cap tal, among any preventive) or cure.! No succcRHful -
; .
both' having reached the decision ")' Ih.. 01'""" rorlhwlth tu th. unI""IKII.I Melbourne -- New J. II. Rodea
llsments of new industries In the them Floridians It nsthy; period Is Badly ml laken. .......
' I many have been I'' .tHor.
i that,' the time is ripe for them to state control measuro IH known, nf lloremtipr. IPZI. boulevard opened in this 8ectloll.c .
or investment In going Industries i off I The sun of a new day for Klorlila ThlM Hie 2Ut dim
holding to Invest when the
t'jget'to.f work. Bunte Brothers of I cost Prevention depends, on hygienic WILLIAM II )IMI-S;: : HTUVKNHU.NlOxeniitor : :: : rove land -- Ogden's Oarage beliiK -
L. are l.I..e.. .!: us.SII_ :( months would be. at rock bottom. In the already Is well above the horizon. measures which every! Individual I : of the RHtttte' or l'lItellHlvely remodeled and re
-- ---- Nothing in the foregoing, aay'sthe Henry l.urwa Mtevennn, iluevimeil.

chamber should be Interpret must carry cut. __ ._ __._1321Dtaia_: .. built.

WlU Be Greatest Comfort to Byrd Expedition ed as Indicating Its belief that another I How to Atolil liilliieiisu: | )MM('..! 'Ml (ONTHCTOIIM I'cnsacolu Plans In progress
Avoid persons who rough orsneeze. for paving nil sidewalks tu thin
Hpeculatlva boom Is In proltIlect. -
Healed Mil. for 1 the uoimt root Ion nfan place,
Conservative; business men, I Avoid crowds. acldltli.il to' the prpMent rounty Duylona Heath -. $150,00 worth
the bunks, the newspapers and the JulI) I uiillillriK. nt Hturku, "FlorUla will
Avoid the common dr.'riking: cup. li" leculvi'd liy the Knunl' nf CountyCnlllllllnHlollfl ot bonds sold for building athletic
chamber will discourage attempt : : ; : :
any Wash hands thoroughly before 'N t thw nlllee of I'lerHnf fluid In Kurgoyne Island.
at: speculation.: They will (Jin'ult Court ot llrailford County
patina/!;;. Klnildn' until 10 ii'tlorlt. A. M, 1'ulmcttoNew road! from Palmetto
tiicouriige, however, legitimate development I Keep out of the mouth everything January 7th IIIJ'I' and at that tlinniulill'ly city limits to county Una
of land business and |, npeiiBil.The .
unclean.Io wulk Involveil Inrlilden tho completed.Tallahassee.
Industry, arid wise Investment nlBlihiK of matorlal unit labor
not visit perxnjis sick with influenza. State Highway
therein. I ii, .'r.*hiiury to r>nnipl, lei.t i tho work auuonllnK -
I I I to plmm anil.. pucltlciillonHpr Department opens bids for consi -

I Unnecessary traveling U to be'' lured by John M. ['lemon. arrh- ruction of over a dozen highway
Arthur Brisbane Is responsible I Itvit, llulril, Hullitlnv. Ul1ln8.vlllll.r ,
avoided. j J ", which' nmy b* Keen ut oftlmot projects throughout state.TAMPA.
which _.
for the first announcement '
I|: Spend some time each duy exer- I Cleik nf (Mrcult. Court ofHrnilforil --'
bears out a. prediction made repeatedly | County! I'Morliln, or obtained ,
cluing In the open air, walking, rld- .
from Mr. 1'lornon.llarh I I
the Florida State I
| Int, playing or working. I hlil muMt bo aoenmpanUil by
Chamber of Commerce during the I n i>..rtlll"il ('li..ik for 3 p"r cunt ot I '
last Senator Durant Jet all the sunshine you can. :tin, fiinount of th.* hid. _
two ,
yearn. Bust plain but nourlxhlng food ,! Tho HilcceHiiful bidder will be re- I'SlJ
of Connecutlcut Mr. Brisbane announces liulrnd to Klve mirety bond mitlHfuo-
In his dally newspaper column Including some fruit and vege- ;, 1 tory to board of County CuminlMitlonorM -
tables II' for full amount of Mil. is market fo-I
has made arrangements with The\ IJoiinl, of County l'oll1ml..alon- a good
Io not overeat. Avoid constipation.
an air line to fly every week from em for llrailford.. .County on__renerve. .
--- -- ---- -- --
ivnat ivisn to senUSE
Connecticut to Palm Beach to
i Take adequate rest--eight hour mmmmmmCDC C2lDlDDmIII! lall )(DQC
; THIF FlltSr"'ATr '.sSIF.s rvr*. spend Sunday with his family at
sleep for adults, more for children. COFFINS & CASKETSand
lSV""UED "'AN i
,. his winter home at that resort. Mr. i
c1.,4o.. ... I Ventilate the entire house night ,
._ Durant has discovered he call a Full Line of
and day. I The Classified Columns
I. Winks", '- make the trip comfortably In ten I
-:1.0: Must Come In Perpetual Provide moisture In heated i I
hours. The State Chamber two I 1 Undertakers Supplies in
'. Daylight. rooms--a large pan of water on
ago predicted that within
the stove or radiator wilt give com AUTOMOBILE 11BARSBAlwan
NEW YORK.-The fljrd Expedition!: \ two or three years business men I The TAMPA DAILY
fort and winter colds.
II arrive at the Antarctic Circle toXace .. In the east, with the development I .. k>.... Tk* '.! **rrt**

a day four month. tens only toe / )< :)t ... of air travel, would fly to Florida Tu 1'rwUTt Olli.'it.. .I the !..... prie**. H.>Mil .*- I TIMES
> followed 07 a right six mouths .., d. Cover the nose and mouth with I Untlnn r* ..1.fr.p. ""l.n. I
\ -> during the winter season to spend .INTBRBU BMBAUIKIi
long It will oe no mean novelty to < I a handkerchief or the hand when "Florida's Great

sleep In perpetual daylight to many % I the week-end. 'couKhlne. or sneezlne.., I.i iDo DEWITT C. JONES
/J' --
of the men Habitually retiring 'ffW -..- I Home Daily"Tampa
not soil anything with the
: .throughout their lives under thecover -- With the smallest population of I 6TARKV. FLA. I II
secretions from the mouth.
of darkneM. members of till the thirteen Southern states, FlorIda I I II
-- ;::: Avoid contact with others sleep I ._. ..___ '
gallant crew will find tnemaelvea .. ;:: boasts of the Urgent per rapItn ..- n.n.n- _" ""'n .0"..... n ..- .
faced with a condition nowhere elaeto atone.
Individual bank deposits! and
Be found except at the Nortb pole. IIou Contract IiilluoiiAit

': With bu characteristic explicluieasremarkably the largest per capita savings de Go to ,bed promptly and remain reat Untllierffh
posits. And yet, says the Florida
taW sound '
Judgment J': I until recovered. Call a doctor.
.. /'IIIIJm\\\ State Chamber of Commerce, there I
Byrd went Into the mat .
Kxclude: everyone but the doc
tmsDaer: and bed Ilk:* an Adjutant .." I still are some Floridians who believe
tor and attendant.
ot barrack Inspection.He C U"'ANOIR.Y Florida ha* been In a worse ,
Is known ..a a staunch advocate of D ScaM all dishes, etc.
than the
during the last
way year
sound alum erWe will rely treUnendoUBly Doll or burn cloths soiled with ,
majority of the other states.
on Bleep for the quick ref the discharges.
; '. nip ratlon of pnynlcal weariness and In total Individual deposits ( I

emnauatlon.* mid Commander Byrd, Florida leads West Virginia North Authorities of the University of ,

('. "1IIleep baa no parallel in tbe world Carolina South Carolina, Georgia. Florida have pledged to city ofliclal f

tcN' curing mental. physical or moil Alabama, Mississippi 'and Arkansas. of Oalnestllle their

u.a.r.So. In total savings deposits It eration In putting down dl
for the first time In blatory an I co-OP-I
dventuroua expedition ba set ae.il to leads South Carolina Alabama, ance In which students

J.se.tp. not on bard bunk* and under'boMcnalr Mississippi. Louisiana. Arkansas was, brought out at a luncheon between ,

blankets, but In the down and Kentucky Florida's] total Individual the two controlling factors WI;

Me* warmest and coziest mattreaaeaUM deposit aggregate 1360- the conference took place after Given with 13 BijrNumbers

Blnunons Bed Company could 889,909 while It* saving deposit slight differences arising when a 0
,produce. Above la shown of the
on* amount to 1148,832,000 The average few students ran afoul of the law COMPANION
steeping quarter aboard the "City olHr YOUTHS
capita Individual deposit In "celebration."
York- wherein nave been Installed per a recent

; the mattreoM* recommended by ;;i": -HUScy ...... for the thirteen states I Is $163.95. This 12-color-art print b a reproduction of the famous painting
MitT rue CR W CO" '''. YIfD ifni'S A twelve month market for
Simmons people famed for u ,., .. ... .. ... .1 while Florida's average Is < 275.45. '" bun" <10 lh'1c.P.ito1 WllJlbin a.1& ill publlahecJ cx Jud"d71,,
eSe.: into the more scientific The average per capita savings deposit Florida grapefruit and possibly Compaoion .ubllel'i.......
(C) Herbert Photo
of sleep. expedition can actually count upon. for the South Is 119.84 as other citrus crop la seen through

muablng mile* In bitter cold. I It U welt known that Commander record show of physical exhaustion against $113.61 for Florida. the growth of the canning industry TUIlCO'llPA.JlfrONSPECIAL O -

n [ :a* i ropes, setting up tnstru- Byrd and th* handrul of men who and undue nervou tenaloo. Tbu u during the next few yearn by A. In* 1 929 will__. 1. TW TMik'.c:..,.... .... 1929, ... '

ta acd attending to a hundred accompany him on the final dash to 1* that Commander Byrd go** on record To obtain the most: beat from W. Ho....k e( Vega liaja. Porto 16..........._ 2. Twe.JlfIW'.s..u-.

on loa other requirement wnlch I th* pol* may rever return.Hlatory a* being ODe of th* first of modern your electric beater, keep the reflector Itlco. lie A llct that In a comparatively TSlA.rl__ -. __ J.-, .. 1929, ... :
Uielr pollab' of adven tUN. I record counties adventure Adventure who
** men have uaed brightly polished.A short time at least 50 .. ..-,........
matter of complete rest on these of .. berola nature Uiat bav the finest sleeping equipment. To 3. c."toI-wr..U..IIa2....... ,

mona mattresae* according to catapulted to within an eay grasp of bun It la no luaul')'. It 1* an lnouranc > percent, of tbe grapefruit crop will mmt a -S... .t.....

imander Byr-l. win undoubtedly SUCCCM only to fall dlamlsally tnrougn( of moral ,courage, physical good New Year's resolution: be canned Instead of packed fresh ...- ..... -Vltk nmltlmmr* !. UM PVBLUUICIU OPTBISr.ana.

... to be tbe. creates* comfort th* a freaky huottjt emc. A remit moat itajBlna and BMBUU. Orow healthy c'-lc.u in 19J>. for the world market*. : .... a 1'aIl1'JrI COXJ'.uaoN.___


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!V'dr..aMl TTf" BKADFOIID COUNTY TELEGHAPII: STAHKE...FLORIUA .____ __. .- ,- -- --' -
041: MIGHT --
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Ute Th
I' ;Y r'H'ajql h aafurd-12I''Ti( \vliii'IJ > tn !
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Hume of the now ,novoin that arc eetli( i" i 1L!:Kasi.llne/:: l.ix ho will B ,
Dick Graham Maurice Ed- 're' next Monday, Tneisday .1 ,1 I
Bradford County Telegraph being published nowadays.---Chr. ahorfly!\ be clut-Hud an n foe Of t'du .
\ \ rt i I I II wards.! I Wednesday, Betty Compson, Doit!'
From Other Pens mont Press. We agree with you, CRUOII The StRtt48WH,. bas rre- Tobias: T flH Ir-Kobt. F. Demo Inn Fairbanks 1 Jr.. Sylvia; Ashtni",,
Established-1877 '
\, I John Lochner but we don't cart !fluently objected i ft placing any: est. l George Cooper, John Irwin, s -
..... . i_ ... I
I>. '__ ----- .- ,for,Uiat sort of language, either burden on the automobile (ownei Sarah >Fprd-Virginia Weeks. Simon and others complete tp n.,

N0lF Published Weekly en Fridays and Entered as Second Class We never look inside the Starlet Bradenton! Herald..._ I that was not for the direct pur post Rev. 10l'n P'\ckard. Jim' Packard feet cast. .
FloridaE. ----0 : of building roads and there can bl( -Dr. B. S Carroll -
: Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Telegraph-the editorial page i Is: !:The Times-Union thinks it would no just reason why an amusement Miss Stuyvescent FlorenceAndrews. MOM) TKl'HTKf'X: MKT T.CKs.:"

S. Matthews ___________.__________Owner and Publishci on the back page; and it Is always :"I be a tine thing If reformers wouldturn tax law should not be passed at the 1V
good, especially the first column -
( 1: .: J. C. Robinson. ___ __________________ Managing .Editor -!--Marlanna Times-Courier. '' their. attention to tax tot reform next session of the legislature, the Sweeney--Joe: Malpas The Board of Bond Trustees oof(
,( 'vrntun --- : I' There Is sure room proceeds to go to the benefit of the Chorus girls-Misses Estelle
; -0- achievement In this direction.; All Bradford county, Florida nit!
'cell -- I I public schools and colleges, and Kendrlck, Leila Dea Andrews Hazel
( RATE the evolutionists have
kl'ldl' In f SUBSCRIPTION that is necessary to do In l Florida we are not talking about horse 01 : Klckllter; Elizabeth Andrews January 1st In regular session win
gotten the thing backwards and I
yi-tU'" Hlllltvontory !' Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advancet that monkeys descended from men Is to adopt some ot the commonsense 1 dog racing, either.-Tallahassee( and Virginia Weeks, Eva Mareotte the following members presets
oi : methods of other states. The State News. So long as we uphold and Annie Mae Pierce.
Advertising' Rates on Application \\ e've seen some monkeys and 1 E. S. Matthews, chairman, W K t
most essential thing to do first la what we think Is right and denounce Accompanist for the the eve-
data for uNqble t -- some men that inclined us to think constitutional rub. Torode, J. H. Rltch. Minutes of|
rid of
al to get our I what we think la wrong ning-Miss Ethel Griffin
ihn Kxper1 The Orange Blossoms are running i through Starke so.-Tampa Dally Times.o blsh so that real reforms can be I we do not care one single darn the last meeting were read and up-
talk over -- -- legally: put Into effect.-Apopka how we are classified. All legitimate IltiCTOIl: OK "THKHAUKKU" : proved.Mr. .
; The pedestrian has finally asserted -
Chief Wllkerson requested the
Nol amusements are heavily tax- B.
his rights. A man walked Into I
4 around the home is generally brisk these days. 0- ed now; illegitimate amusement* board to open'and improve road
no f automobile in Miami. To -
farmers I f J{, -0---. a be moving sure, he-was badly hurt, but hi. It la the opinion ot the State should be suppressed. The people Nowhere could there have been into section west of Highland. The
January '. Bachelors have another four years of rest ahead of them car did not run Into hlm.-l\1lamll should be removed from politics enough for education. The troubleis tor the making of a motion picture for future reference.
cltnharvest and that Is that of tax assessor,,, that faddists who control edu- Routine -bills were ordered
For 1! Herald. than "The Barker" and George
J 0- "i"" "" for as long as an official :has to cational affairs spend too much of paid.

best. Fc, :' First issue in the first week of the first month of the new For color-combination--beat this;: !; cater to the people for his office, the public money on their own Fltzmaurlce. Construction. started
Madison -
date wot Just that long will you have unfair Ideas and not enough on solid instruction. In his latest production for First
Green and Brown at Brooker
is hi// year. art assessments Tallahassee State .-Palm Beach .Independ National Pictures, the eminent director on new colored school building.
crop red In white bot .
putting syrup Steam Laundry
up News. There Is much solid sense has found metal worthy of J3artow Bartow
In his ----<0Florida's ent. .
tles. Starke Telegraph. Well we
I it.the News' opinion and while we his steel. For he excels in artistic completes new concrete building
that a fc create'd another lot of col- still have the little red cow eating -o-- street.
has Summerlin
list of "1, new governor are removing county offices from NOTICE: TO HTOCKIIOLI j { the green grass and giving, the J. R, Arnold Lumber
!i onels. polities let's include the office of as scene, from,character as well as Oroveland-
Resourcnema !1;
j white milk with the yellow butter around
lights top
superintendent of school A meeting of the stockholders Incident.In
aj 0
in it.-Ocala Star. don't elect our high school prin- of the Lawtey National Farm Loan the intimate moments of this of water! tower to serve as air beacon -
feeds ai | '
; ; their posts next
chlneryvj Best wishes to the county officers taking o----- cipals though we turn right! Association will be held at the office story of carnival life he has been '
auctioned its first
gages, at .l Tuesday. Dade ot City strawberries for $58.35 around and place them under the ot the secretary-treasurer in especially happy. lie has gained Ft. Myers-Paving project here
l'all quart direction' of superintendents who Jan- inumerable effects from the simplest progressing ,
bank 1 -0-- At that price we'd prefer the cash Lawtey. Florida, on Tuesday,
not be qualified to direct touches of artistry, which becomes Palm Beach Building permits
or mat ,
debt may 8th, 10 a m.
watch the uary
to .
issues warning to eating berrles.-Bradtord County totaled
board of health a October
State here
their work.-Ocala Star. L. H. HILL In his hands a matter of Issued
That's because I I
Telegraph. youdon't $2,053.000.Plant .
sneezers. -orWe Secretary treasurer Lawtey National genius. .
know how good Dade
just building
-0 favor a straight three-cent Farm Loan Association. Milton Sills and Dorothy Mac- City- New city Jail :
City strawberries really are.- tax on gasoline: every cent of it to I C- Itaill are co-starred in the picture nearly completed. ,
Your old old tag might look alright but the colors are not I Dade City Banner. be applied to building roads.- T < T PLAY '
--oIt ="" :"'''''DtjflJJ; (' ;;IDB18. t
of the right combination. palm Beach Independent. So do 1
all the names of Florida newspapers )V
o we. Then If the counties want some I The three act comedy "Her M
from end to
f thing about the holiday season, it's hard to get backto end they were would strung encircle the state money, to retire boom bonds, give Companionate Marriage" under
One of Robt. F. PlantsI
them the right to tack on a one I the capable Choice Strawberry I
time's.! And It all the
u. the old running form again.Of twenty-seven or two cent levy of their own. It Demore t, and the auspices of
1 1Copyrls binder boys were strung from one .
o their people are patriotic they will the Junior Woman's Club was
end, what a loud cry of hallelujahs
their at home instead of presented Friday evening at the
politicians: There are twenty-two would also encircle' the state, buy gas
interest to peanut I
aud- and Improved

A going outside the countyOcalaStar. Bradford County High! have plenty of good Improved Missionary
nut associations in the United States. -Stuart Dally News. We object to anything but itorium, provedto be:! one of the

-0-- --cr---- the state taxing gasoline.. Every best this seasopt and was) thor- Klondike, berry plants all from young beds state
A newspaper man published in
recommended for the first PaRAGrapher who "Half the .council county in the state would Imposethe oughly enjoyed'by; everyone pres
is his city
Shooting paper
:/, tax if it had the power and ent. Mr. Demorest and his cast inspected and passed; we carry Florida permit to ship
There ';) starts the shop early racket this year. are Idiots Threatened with a three cents la enough-Palm deserved special praise for their

atilt, arg.short t ..I',' o libel who advised suit, he him consulted to retract'so a lawyer& : he Beach. Independent." work In putting! on this splendid into your state. We can fill any order at 1000, $2.75;

su In the same day's news: "Man Will Live After 9StoryLeap. published In his paper the next 0- attraction. v the
suit of 1;:. r It Editor!: Benjamin continues to The cast was as. follows: 5000 lots or more, $2.50 per thousand. For 50 years
I ICl I I i ." "Man is Killed in 7-Story Fall." day this retraction: "Half" the city express himself about that odd Mamie-Elizabeth Andrews.

0 council are: not Idiots. -Kngle- word Bauer has stood for the best berry plants grown,
Vb ,. wood (Ill.) Times. .....'"'"""'"l"IIl..WUlllIIIIIIIIII.I'IIUloWIIlUUlllllllllllllIIIIIIII1. !' !! : *'WIWNWpIWNYWWWtlWIIIWWIWWWWMWIIIWIWWWNpYIHAROLD' ,
S noticeable during the holidays that some wet
P'With : It was ------O-';---- the best. We hope to
and today we still produce 'very
t officers wet. The folks in Starke are C WALLINSURANCE .
the bid I towns were dry and some dry were young ,
: club to be known as
forming a new
bid? T o have orders.
tmdesiheert i the "Leap Year Left! Overs." Two e
,; I Newspapers are Tuning series of articles on "How to gay young bachelors who have x

.The-. Play Bridge." Most players rely on the wife to tell them how.o proved their mettle by their ironclad
''of. Duel*, : resistance to the charms of STAItKK, FLORIDA A. BAUER i
tt J.
modern maids to be appointed
Insurance Companies
bid! orf Starke school kida are strong for the state board of 'president and vice president.- Represents the Best leading

one ell{ "'" -- --:-- Some newspapers are still trying ,:.hMOTi I > imiimniiMii, >B' immmiimiimmniiiiminrTOi' ,.. ''". ; IlIlIlIllIl1'IlIlml1'"lIlImm, : 1III'III'"IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII"m'IIII.O""IIIIIIIIUIIIII"' '---. lM 1mEirI' :
longer\ < to elect' a chairman of the state -- -- ::.=..;= =- =- -- ===:--: ..
nel .c ----- -
par '. Palmetto News Claims to be the only newspaper covering)! oad department for Governor by-

be tunityn tl.cf ';, the north side of the Manatee river. Rather a wet bed for a Jarlton. The usual procedure la I' .
on thrf I for the board members to elect
dearliof i dry paper. heir own chairman.--Starke Tele-
fair: 0- graph. Almost everybody, seemso

t suit have((I L rOn .. The Plant' City Courier advises that excellent pigs can be have forgotten that.--Pnlm Statement of' Condition
1' Beach Independent.
).id oJ.);' secured from the state college. Chops. from a college educated --oWe ,

seconqthe pig! Next! can imagine the secret
I scj u auguage a woman uses when she
justeJt steps on a scale after taking a reducing -I'
R Times-Union says love and booze can make a fool out of treatment for a month and ofr'
r nowty ... ftny man. Both are equally potent, and a dose of each will finds she has gained ten pounds,
but we don't use such words in
floor any man.Alabama ,
,, Jhlll paper.-Bra.denton Her ,e- ,.
ald. Wouldn't be nearly as bad as
? ., newspaper says people who allow a locomotive THE BANK ,OF STARKE

ly'?:. to hit them are foolish, but when the engine strikes a cow

"I 5; Lls 't, she la a thoroughbred. "O ri FLORIDATheatre !ISI. AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS DECEMBER 31ST, 1928 ..'\"

& A., Non-residents of Florida ,should purchase automobile: license it. '.

,'A'/ I : tags issued by their own state; Florida tags on but-of- Home of VitaphonePROGRAMS--_.._ We are pleased to'present' to our friends, and! the public generally the

state cars are worthless. I following statement of the condition of the BANK OF STARKE at the close

No l ljyl \I Avery Powell says, the only. .t hard job about paragraphers 'I WEEK- .--__OF u.__JANUARY__ 7th R of business on December 31 st, 1928 : '

pne.4iis :+ is thinking up the( blooming, things., Hereafter paRAGraph- I'\ MON., TUES., WED. RESOURCES

5 ers are to be known as "things"rnot human beings. I r. .
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National's all
First Loans and Discounts _. --1' : $252,625.61,
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't elal}ss i t I"i 'Times-Union inquires what 0t ) has become of the leader of I fJ tt". Bankinq House, Furniture and Fixtures 7,500.00

hanrlr t the town 'reformers who used to carry around a petition to II UTAPEONEProduction Other Real Estate _____ ____________--..5,' 7,570.77

lead" r\ .. ", Overdrafts __ ________-__________ 229.67
the : regulate something or other? He quit after: circulating a pe of
Tax Certificates ___________________._ 838.58
r.titlon handed him to have himself hung by the neck. ...
(I, o 1 "TIlE BARKER"Starring Cash Reserve ____________,__________$82,405.80 t

ff, will -. U. S., City and County Bonds__________ 77,050.00 '
News from Tallahassee the inaugural bed '
says I If ,.. Commercial Paper and Bonds _. 30JOOO.OOItems
"free and easy." That ought to just about suit that Starke ----r--,

(A C t IL.Js d Telegraph fella.-Palatka Times-Herald. For a fella who's Dorothy MacKaillPLUS "' / -:1 out for collection ___________.i____ 1,450.00 18IJS05.80 : I':

.' busted it can't be free and when he can't dance it won't be

'Dia; L, Movietone News Total n___ _..:_?..____________________________.$153JS70J3
SI; >;( easy. f 1$
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; J J'NI f: When a California housewife dipped her spoon in a pot 15.50 .. .- -15-60- LIABILITIES i

'''''' 7Jf beans to stir the vegetable the strain of "Ave Maria" filtered Capital Stock and Surplus x. $ 45,000.00
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::1 from the pan simmering on the electric range. Cross they THURSDAY & FRIDAY .-.:' ': -. Reserved for Taxes and InterestXJ";; _______.. 1J94.73

'NI .I, musical bean with the Mexican jumping variety and produce JOHN GILBERT'In Deposits ____________________,.___------------_. 40631232Other .-

-: ;\ a jazz number. Liabilities ___________--.____________________ 163.48

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,.'111''i.lb,1; f, Physicians in other states are prescribing whiskey for influenza Devil"SYNCHRONIZED Total ------------______Ifc____________________$453JB70.43

.:.hr:}r' and prohibition officers are letting down the bars in respect !

+ l ', to the number of prescriptions a doctor can issue monthly. PLUS Despite some little depression in business conditions generally the

1a3\ In Florida they prescribe grapefruit and for stubborn Comedy News BANK OF STARKE made substantial gains ,during the past year, showing a

'J'd' i cases victims prescribe for themselves. 15-50 Mat and Night unmistakably the confidence in which this institution is held. For this confidence -

I,, '' I The $25,000 prize-winning plan to enforce prohibition SATURDAYWALLACE and the continuous growth of our Bank we are deeply grateful, and in

"t'1 \ contained a provision that to be successfully enforced it must return promise a full measure of service to the community.We .

: be taken out of politics. There is no question that more good BEERY start the New Year i in a strong position and invite the accounts of

'Erm >1 1 ;, would be accomplished by such procedure, but when this step In"BEGGARS persons who wish to line up with a strong and helpful banking service
E of both politiciansand OF LIFE"A
L is taken it will be over the united. protest

Anti-Saloon League. Paramount Picture

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Aviator who landed his plane here Wednesday said he ,

,;b wr thought it was safe landing in a field where it appeared to Comedy News

have been recently mowed with a machine. Appearances 15.50 Mat. and NightCAINESVILLE A ROLL OF HONOR BANKE.

are sometime deceiving for when the plane stopped plowing

) through the neck-high broom sage, he found it could have' S. Matthews, Pres. R. j. DavisCashier.011

,hidden a thousand stumps to the acre.


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