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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 20, 1929
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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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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SMALL SIZELICENSE I Apparent Strawberry I: LAURIE KEENE Strawberries Are Not ] Fruit Growers ., ,rt


TAGS WRECK VICTIM Elect Officers I')

Disease Not Serious Affected By QuarantineStrawberry ,

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: Gainesville: Dec. 15.-Laurie .irrangcutrote! .IIII.lt..1| l | ForHin ,'rg\

I Several farmers; have. reportedan Strawberries Be- I Keene, white youth' about twenty shipments by either Restocking Lakes ;
(.tvra and Whllo I" Honor Of abnormal condition among the years of age died this morning at I truck or train are not affocted In ------ ,

Htrlxoii' Till Year strawberry plants In the Held and to Move 4:15: o'clock In the Alurhua coun- any way by the quarantine) established \Vith Black Bass I The Strawberry & Fruit Growers ',.
the mutter has been investigated ginning i ty hORI tal as a result of a fractured In this state on account of Association met lain Thursday

by County Agent Hlckenboker. A .1 skull: and dther injuries sus- the Mediterranean fruit fly County at the courthouse for the purpose '

!Nearly 380,000 motor vehicle 11'use number of apparently\ injured Results: of the warm weather for talnIn ui automobile Occident Agent! ( Ulckeiibaker has been advised Mr I). M. Woodward connected" 1 of electing permanent officers\ for r.

i', tags: have been placed lit 95 i plants and leaves were collected the past few weeks were shown In I which occurred about 3:30: o'clock by those in charge of tho with the Plate game: and halt department .the coming year. 7

'Florida: distributing' points for the and taken by the county agent to the movement of the largest quantity on the AVorlhlpgton t Springs roud work of eradicating the fly pest was In Shake Tuesday Ulcers! alerted were ax follows: '

i 1"30 sale to motorists which opened Gainesville to the Experiment Station of berries this early in the His brother, Dewey Keene with Shipments) from this county will with u truckload; of small black Hoard of 'dimeters, President, J.

Monday. for examination. The materialwas season for years 5,288 quarts going another companion, whose name Is also.. !go forward without the delay bass for restocking .the lakes In I.. Conner C. A. Crosby L. D.iireen. ''ti

Colors of the talthis: year are examined by Dr. Weber andas out up until Wednesday of unknown were occupants( of a car occasioned l by> the Issuing: certificates .thin section Twenty-five. large ; Jim Wnlnwrlght II. W. t

i Hose of Governor Doyle K.: Curl- far as could be determined this week. Tuesday was the which skidded and, crashed into showing they are from a (' \ii'i of lurge-slzed 1 bass were Moore; business manager: O. M.

,ion's alma mater Stetson unlver- ( nothing! serious( could be found.l.I heaviest day so fur, 32 80-quart an oak tree* near the gprlngtt. Dewey e territory as required of groweric broiiKht: hero, In thin load and In mini: secretary and Treasurer, C

.ilty white letters on a t'ep.n According to Mr. Weber, 'there was! freezers ben! loaded at the express Keene waa slightly Injured for the last few weeks of .the they were distributed' In KlngHley, A. J. Thomas.A .

hark!;rou nIt. Dimensions of the I apparent Injury from cold and pos platform by local buyers and the while: the extent of the 'othf'r orcupant slipping' \ season last spring. VUI'n,8. Sampson:: Crosby and flu II- number of new members! worn
r )1930 plates have been reduced. "-.' bruises l Is unknown. 'I Tho letter containing this Information received and
sibly some injury caused by fortl-( growers: association While some ta I Fe lakes. Woodward was plans made for Immediate

They are four Inches shorter In 1'zer burn; However no presence of the berries brought as high as Laurie Keene was driving theuor reads( UK follows: uMBlnted.. in this work by Gamearden bundling of the present v'r

length and from 1-3 to 3-4 Inch : of a fungus disease was found. 7Gc a quart prices on the Plat- anti was said to have been Orlando Florida \\' Johns and other. local ( crop of berries t

narrower I I There are several factors that form this week ran from 30 to 40 thrown ngnlnst; the 'tree causingthe December 17, 1 1929!> I'porll'rnen. Mr. Inmnn Is now permanently,
.\' total of 315,100 tags: nave which resulted In Mr Thos. D. Illckenbuker, County located the
:might enter Into bringing about I' cents. At nn, average of 40 cents fracture ---------S----' "- on platform I at the depot -

been allotted tp passenger! cars such a condition of the plants but the quart) the growers have been dc""th. From meager information Agent, CITY SHOUIIH: K.VH.N: and equipped I to handle all et''

and 83,300 for trucks, trailers etc. nothing serious was reported. I paid 211520. obtained\ early this morning the Slurlio Flotilla. PIl.U.SK: FOIl T.I: NIIFK::. shipments' both large .and small. :i;.

Acting Motor Vehicle Commissioner Therefore while at present there Tho weather man report a 'boys were sold to have been coming Dear Mr. Ulckeiibaker: for the members Lust Tuesday'

Walter !McLIn\ has announcedOn H nothing to cause: alarm all freeze for today which will cut : down n .teen hill In the springs Your letter of December 14th\ 30 crates' of berries were shipped

tho eve of dlstrlbuton! of the 'farmers are asked to watch their down the heavy shipments sched- vicinity when Laurie Keene put addressed to Mr. J. C. Goodwin If you were around the city hall and shipments are expected to

automobile tags. Acting Commissioner 'I fields and should It be found necessary uled to have gone out if the weather on the brakes and the car skidded has been referred to me for reply. this week and<1 saw a man with an double by today.
McLIn paid a tribute to the I wish advise that strawberiles unusual flush on his cheeks and All members
into the to
an agent and specialist had permitted. Total of the and rammed tree are requested to
,reeentl/:! enacted ad valorem tax I from the 1 Experiment Station may movement from Lawtey and A. man! paid to have been Shelly are not rest rll'ted In any way rosy edges on his pars you knew deliver their berries to Mr. Inman

which Is being assessed this year bo secured to come down and look Hampton- had not been received Downs, of Gainesville brought the by tho Mediterranean! fruit II. right off it was Kil!:( H Neff, city dally at the depot and receive receipts f

against automobile owners. i| tho, situation: over as It appears In 'I Thursday but it has been equally Injured Keene to the hospital quarantines and may be carried! engineer It was all due to the therefor As stated above

"Many a man will pay a property I ,the field Unusual conditions I heavy on both platforms for this where he died about twenty minutes by truck. from Florida" to any other n'ce .things mild about him and his he IK equipped to take cure of all .,

tax this year that never has should be reported to County early In the season.P. later. Keeno's home Is near: at ato. work by a board of engineers In- I shipments and l In constant touch r

paid a penny before-contribute I Agent Hlckenbuker and assistancewill Providence. Deputies from Sheriff Very t truly yours, pectlng tho Miami Beach water with tho northern markets i\

hs'! mite," the commissioner said. be Wells office were Investigating! O. J. Potter front. I Mr. Thomas !Is temporarily located j
provided. T. A. :MHT: 1VFDNKNDAY; : AF-
These. men came here from various
"The man who never paid will help ,the accident.Gainesville. Junior Plant Quarantine at Mayor Ii. C. Wall's office
a little bit towards the mail who 'nH; OcS Inspector. distant (cities to see how the and will be able to take care of all

has always paid." YOfMl: PKOPLIO'S CO.NKKIt-: : \ Dec 20,-Tho bodyof waterfront ls protected against prospective) members and all business h li

Instead of issuing "0" tags for ) :liCH I The P. T. A. held an Interest- Laurie Keene, 20 year old THr.('O(; T\' FKOHItA-: : erosion buffeting sea waves rain In general for the associa

trucks and trailers and "X" tags Ing meeting Wednesday afternoon youth, who died early yesterday and winds. Accompanied by Mr. (tion.
The Presbyterian. Conference of in the school auditorium, with TIO\ IIOI.DtT MKKTIXi: : : Neff they !Inspected! the bulkheads, .
for state, county and city officials morning at the Alachua county --
young people from the North Florida Mrs. R. A. Weeks presiding and ._ groynes and other articles used In
tags for trucks, trailers etc., j hospital aw a result of a fractured Bradford
Presbytery met at Green Cove Miss Olive Ray transacting the The 1 Federation of guard'1ug the shore line. FourAccredited
plates> for that class of vehicles skull, other Injuries and loss of Trl-Oounty
have the! words "trucks" and Springs Thursday, Dec. 12, at the duties of secretary. blood, following an automobile Women's Clubs held Its regular: Mr. Neff also outlined the city's!

"trailers" printed upon them. Motor Presbyterian church under the Christmas memory gems were smash-up n e a Worthington bl-ennlal meeting with the Lake plans In continuing the work lieexplained High
of Miss Lena Smith of recited by Davis Gassett Ruth that whllo the city had
vehicles for hire will have the leadership Springs was prepared for burial Butler Club last Friday and proveda
Winter Park field secretary for Wyman and Harold Bishop, threeof pnld for the work In the past,
In except t the
words "For Hire" printed on the yesterday and taltl.'n to the family success every way Tho report 'Issued the past week
Christian: Endeavors!: Elg !y-tlve Miss Hay's first grade pupils. ( property owners are now assistingIn
Macclenny!
plates, and tags for official cars homo Funeral lmrvlcp8 will beheld leprpsentatlon! from by Mr M.\ H. lllnson, iitnte
will bear theh word "Official." representatives from the Presbyterian Miss Patsy Brinson gave a* A today at Oak Ridge", near and Lake City was not ns desired.! the continuation of the protec- visor of high schools gives super total
a
churches of Starke, Penney piano solo, Hungary by Carl KoelIInA' Lake Butler. However, Lawtey. Starke, Green tion (thou, of 118 high schools for white

Farms, Green Cove St Augustine, and was followed by Mrs. K : and the hostess club Laud rilj'M( Work
Cove Springs
children. In 'the state, and of this
Legion HospitalBill Crescent City and Wlersa.'ile, were K. Perrymnn. reixl'ng a paper' on had nn unusually large attendance.The A paper l prepared by Mr. Neff number Bradford county has four

'present.A teaching truthfulneHH at home. Midnight Concert Fedeiatlon officers present: and l read nt a mei-tlng of the
--the. senior high at Starke and
Passes House district organization was Mr. S. S. Dowllng, principal, alsotalked Mrs A. C. Strickland, Lake Duller American Shore: and, Bench Protective -
I three Junior high: schools at Law-
I formed and will hold Its next on the ,subject of truthful On Christmas Eve president, Mrs. W. to). Torode. ; Association held, In Gulfport toy Hampton and Brookir. Thero

-' i I I meeting: at St. Augustine in March. Lawley vice-president: and ]Mis.G ]\\fl....., brought the engineers

Congressman .... A,. Green of this j The following, people were preS- ness.Tho president, 1\1 rs. Weeks., reada 1\\[. Inmaii, Sturke. secretary) to Miami 8hor s. J. Sponcoi1" aro the sixty-seven '('()Ilntll'1I within
(state or" less than two
restrict advised 'the local American eat from Starke: Dr. and Mrs. (l.IL paper on the subject of Physical Announcement has been madeof Guests of honor Mrs. O. O, Williams Smith. proxldfiit of the association, high
schools to tho
Legion Post by wire Mondayof Lowry and( little daughter Defects, by I>r. 11. B. Herlong of a special concert to he given at Cove Springs./; VCB-! was one member of the Inspection county on an aver-
all of
the passage of the Legion hospital Margaret, Miss| Alverna Dean, Mr. Jacksonville.: The matter of nutrition the Staging Tower. Lake Wales on president Green KM.t Ion No. 4. F. 1<'. 'V. parly nml ho wild .that this city's age h'fth schools which 4n Brndfonl makes ,'the four

I bill, carrying! an appropriation nllli Mrs H. F. Clarke.: Misses luaorsyth. wait discussed and the Christmas eve at midnight, the C. ; Mrs. W. F. Godwin, Lawtey. waterfront protection of Miami' look county
particularly
good to
of $13,500,000 for additional I<- Lucille M tchell Isabel president appointed the following program: to be broadcast throughthe and Mrs. L. A, Davie Starke, punt lieu CII has linen praised I throughout : Superintendent! Grlllls. County

hospital accommodations for treatment and Alice Fernandez Carrie Ug- nutrition committee: Mrs. J. II. Clearwater station, 'this ar- president of the Trl-Cminty Federation the country-

of World War' Veterans. low, Edna Stansbury. Sunshine hitch, Mrs. H. A. B:shop and Mrs.J. rangement being made to permit and Mrs. L. II. Hill. haw "Mr Neff'B address, which was While the high Hchoolu are distributed -

Congressman Green has been active and Mildred Hundley Lydia Scott T. Guy. Plans are being made listeners at faraway places to enJoy vocational education rlmrmun rend before the, convention on De- over the entire slate,
I ley, there are a few counties I that did
In securing the passage of Margaret. ''''llIIams.Irtl.! N. B. to give milk to undernourished I the music. Another concert of I the F. F. W. C., and others. ember: 3. was the most Interesting I not micccml In bringing their \
this bat and while spending a vacation has also noen planned for mIdnight address, delivered be- ,
: lull, Wesley Stearns and Paul children and later to furnish: hot The meeting opened at 2 o'clock! and practical schools to where
at his home In Starke several Ijymond. on New Year's eve. Strlcltlund' torehe/ tiimicliitlon," mild Mr. ni they were ,
\ 'n the club room Mrs. eligible for the
soup.A I accredited list. To
stated he intended Following the opening rec'tnllast : engineering
"It )
weeks ago, -C- finance committee to serve when the following Smith. portrayed
presiding:, attain
th.s: standard lint the
to work for the bill until favorable the next four months was appointed Sunday the sanctuary: bell ability which has IJOPII largely responsible -
and -
IIKHK; : transacted
POSTAL orririAL( I btislnt-HM was program schools
are required to
action was secured.Ills as follows: Mrs, L. Wyman, will play for thimo. quarters! of an rendered. for M'unit' Bnach'H waterfront ) curry out
I certain work both In educational(
message follows: Mrs. II. A. Dew, Mrs. II. A. Bishop hour beginning: at 3 I p. m. on Sun preHorviitlon being comparedmost
!Mr. l Dirrelle Chaney special representative SOli.Snwannee Klver.Collet and recreational
dally life of the
16. days, Tuesdays, Thursdays and with the best In
Washington, D. C. Dec of the Postmaster Gen- Mrs. Hogan Smith and C. A. t.Invocntion. favorably lilldren
:
Commander American Legion Harrison. The name of Miss Florence Saturdays Special recitals will the United Slates."-Miami. Beach
eral with headquarters In Tampa, ; Kev. Marlin pastor Bradford
very likely leads the
Post, Starke, Fla. Wood was added to the membership bo given ut 2 o'clock noon on the I Tropics, per 13.
in church.Salute
M. I K.:
spent Wednesday: afternoon I __ state In accredited high: schools,
You and members of your post list. Miss Wood Is a retired following days: .
.
'to the flag led by Mri.O. ]
Starko on official business and_wasa ,, --011'; .' I bused on size and pOltlllaUon.I .
will! doubtless be Interested In teacher from Greencastle; Hobert K. Lee's birthday, Jan ( ('OL'R'1't)1' IIOMIIl
office.Jr. O. Williams
caller at the Telegraph .-
knowing that the Legion hospital Chaney Is an old newspaperman Ind. uary 19th.Family Welcome A bill carry'ng: about thirteen and In theublisli'ng Miss Madge Middleton's' grade 1 birthday, January 25th. Duncan) president local club, The December court or, honor I
been engaged -
having -
: Abraham Lincoln's birthday, held, I In the Scout, hall December
additional was
one-half million dollars for ( had the largest number of patrons
Mrs. O. M. Inmnn,
> game in Indiana before Response Contractor L. M. Gray has stal t- I
Saul I. Klckllter l
hospital accommodationspassed present, therefore, her grade received February 22nd. 121 h, Me HrM. I
oing with the postal service and Shirks ed, putting; (tho gravel surface on
; Family birthday, February 2Slh. and 1 Scott, prexnnt. Scouts Julian
the house today. It had my as a prize a. book entitled
Uucognltlon of dlwtlngulnhcdg Htnto road No 28. The
a
could rock base
l1e said he never pass :
4th. Merrill Futch advanced
Stories of Red Cross' Work Family birthday: April Peek and were
earnest pre-
support newspaper office without going in on this port of the road hits been
to second claBM and Scout
Miss Olive
R. AGreen. sented by Ray.
and( looking over the plant. v liM'fj Ill'S <".\T'Iil':4 I :: FIKK: Heading: of minutes. Billy Purker was awarded merit completed( for some time, but other -
It decided that the Bradford
of Congress.fOl'XTY was -
Member
111 I'. Chaney's business In Starke Itoll call of club and report( and contracts has delayed the work
I High 1'. T. A. meet the third badges In Animal Industry
from. all clubs were
wan! In connection with the ap- Passengers on the Southbound Tho reports Health. on finishing the surface.Tho ,
,tl1:N'r XOTKS: Wednesday In each month 3:30p. : Personal
I pointment of a postmaster to succeed Blue Bin last Thursday afternoonwere l very Interesting. County Agent Hlckenbuker has gravel surface In Bradford I
Mr. N. B. hulk Nothing definite m. thrill when Unf.nlMhed; business. I county Is almost completed and all
Christmas vacation of the county I given an extra been appointed' examiner for merit .
out In regard to I New Business' -- Under New we need now Is for the state road e
agents begins December 21st.J. was given ICJoOItCH: : : C', WIIITIIH: the xhaust pipe become disconnected budge/; work In Anlmul Industry
the appointment and It will likely and sot fire to the floorboards Puslriess: Highway BwuntIdeationwas Dr. Young lies department to get: busy and let tbicontractu -
C. Townsend, Jr., of the division !- I Artl)1''lilt: -:l" ':. \ :nAppointment ) and AKrlrMiltimt. I
a be> several weeks before final decision -, of the car. The driver no- discussed and the following bern! appointed examiner for Personal ( for the bridge across
estimates spent I
of crop I i committee was appointed highway/; Now River and the unfinished partof
Is made. from and
Tuesday with of George C. ticed the smoke pouring out I Health. Public Health ,
(few In Starke
hours committee to confer r''
'ttutlficntlon
-' 1 the rear while near 'the high'8chool First Aid Other examlirerr will the road between (Lake Ilutler
the county agent looking over the White. of Starke. as chief bank examiner -|
I with the Htate. and Lake City.- Lake Butler
It raw berry situation.A L.MMKH: NIGHT AT t'IA'11 of the state banking/ department building and after stopping" It Is composed' of Mrs. J. M.Malnes bo appo'nted RK needed .- '
announced "Monday long( enough to unload his passengers At (lie Stout meeting Dec. 13 a
demonstration was '
winter rover crop Lake Butler; Mrs. ( A. Hh.ililNO: PIITITIOV: TOIHSCOXTIW'K
the Business Men's Ernest Amos from made the run/ to the Courtesy game of Hoodoo wa played and II I
W. of Comptroller
:1 Is being carried on by D. Members by Knight/; and Mrs. L. A. Davis of :: ICAll LINK: ,
I
Moore In co-operation with J. D.Warner wub held their quarterly dinner I his Tallahassee office. Mr. White Service Station where the Starke; JIll's.V.. F. Godwin: Law- the Panther Patrol made the
Monday evening at 13.! M. Porter appointed flames were! extinguished with but hlgoRt average score. Playing
succeeds ,
of the Experiment Station for their: wives toy; Mrs. Knabb president. Mac- lion Eugene S. Matthews, of
and the l local county agent. Mr.\ the !Magnolia Cafe. While attendance : some time ago as chief liquidator little damage. The fire truck wan clenny club and Mrs. Hugh Wilson Hoodoo with 13 hooks on Friday Starke, member of the railroad
sent to the scene but Its services the 13th too big a handicapfor
of of was
account banks
with the cut down on for suspended state
Warner spent a day here was president Luke City club. commlslll"in conducted a hearing
county agent recently forwarding: the absence of ten of the members Dado county' Mr. White has. been were not needed. Tho subject for the program was the other two patrols to over for the commission In Gainesville

tills work thirty-live were present to enjoy on the hank examining force for N'IiOUh'IOMFN the come. the
: TODAY) Florida and was opened by voted' Into Wednesday on a petition by
Now Is the time to spray peach the evening.: Prof. S. S. Dowling about six years.IIAKVKY audience singing "America thelIeautlful' Paul Raymond was. Seaboard Air Line operators of

trees with lime-sulphur for the and Coach Ihrig of the high school by changing the"America" the troop. the Jacksonville, Gainesville and
School closer
.: TO PLANT PITY The Bradford High At the November Court of Hon I
control of San Jose scale. Spraying staff were guests and both spoke work this afternoon for the usual twoweeks' to "Florida" which or Scout Emory Guy presented Gulf railroad, for permission! to

should.be done while the trees on the progress of school during the Christmas was impressive discontinue service on the about \
four
holiday merit badge certificates for
of local American
II, S. '
Harvey,
Other speakers '
acj: dormant. and athleflcs. This week students The history of Florida was givenIn eighteen miles of track on the subsidiary
Rev 0. P. Raymond Railway Express agent will go to season subjects. These were accepted
the the evening were Mrs. '
The season for appearance an.enthusiastic manner by i road. 1
weekto have been taking the mid-term examinations and ho was recommended( to receive -
within the next
of me red spider has possibly not and !Mr. G. M. Inman. Plant City and those fortunate In L. II. Hill( Lawtey. the badges. Scouts Billy The Jacksonville, Gainesville ft
himself with the -
>ret arrived but It Is advisable to acquaint) proper made good grades were Resources. and some facts about advanced Gulf )line, the railroad claim.
IMCKHX.11AKKII : of handling strawberry having Parker and Richard Long were
keep a close watch on the straw- ('Ol'STJO"ST; : VACATIOX method under the new refriger- given thin week off, being exempted Florida Mrs. J. E. Malnes Lake to second class. practically parallels the main line

berry for any abnormal conditionthat shipments Berries from the exams. School will Duller ot the Seaboard from Gainesville t
service. are
might arise. ator express 6th. Florida Club Work Mrs. O. Apaluchlcola Sanitary Mar to Starke and Is not a revenue pro
about Dec. 21 the office -, going out of Plant City In car open again on January
Beginning now
The time to begin planning for I O. Williams, Green Cove Springs ket opened under new lease ducer for the company.
the county agent will be lots by and conditions here .,
of express
the planting crotalaria as a soil 1101.1".tSTJ'ITU:1i. ; : Florida Junior Club Work- -S1)it. -
improver next Hummer is here. closed for about ten days during : will warrant solid express car shipments AT IIAMITOV HKAC'II Mrs. If. J. Echenfels: Green Cove Weeks, n, M Inman L. A. Davis, ; I.KUKAIt; : TO VISIT HKItK:

Call on the county agent tor Information which time County Agent If the present warm weather Sprlngri. T. J. Griinn, and Miss Struth Mr. A. J. Grlffls. secretary of the

and source of seeds. baker will be on vacation HICken-j continues for another ten days Continuing their policy of big- Special' Music\ violin duel Mrs. From Lawtey: Mesdames L. II. local business men's club ban been

Stock In Boys' Club work In the Carolina I and better entertainments. the W. II Lee and Miss Clarissa. 'Hill, W. E. Torode. W. F. Godwin advised by l>r. L. I>. LeCJear poul-

county has experienced quite a rise After January 1 the office will : t'XVF.ILI.VO': CKKKMOXV; ger management of the Hampton I Knight, accompanied by Mrs. L. O. ; and Miner. Green Cove try specialist that he expects to be .

over last 'year. Last year less than again: open for service to the farm- Beach Casino have announced Rivers. p'anlst. Lake Butler. Springs, Mrs. O O. Williams, Mrs. In thin section the latter1 part of :
county In handling the Attention members of All I' and Mlas Bonnie Baker. January and will speak to the
fifteen boys enrolled, and the en- ers of the their holiday Christmas Cloning Prayer Mrs.\ K. A. I Eckenfelt
rollment at present totals 97 with various problems to be encountered. -' Friends Camp, W. O. W., will con-' night, New Year's program.lave and NewYear's McDowell.At Lake Huller: Mesdames K. CJ.I L poultry and cattlemen If they wishto
Important com- duct an unveiling ceremony at I I Llmbaugh. Lloyd, McDowell hear him. Starke will be one of
others almost sure to come In. An Urgent or, night will each be the the close of the meeting a Duncan
enrollment of one hundred Is as- Munlcationa may be sent to Bowman Hawthorn cemetery Sunday. Dec. of delightful frolic surpassing I delicious chicken salad course was I. F. Lamb, Ware' Drew the few points In the state. Dr. Le-

Cured for She coming year.HKRVICKH South' Carolina. Genera 22nd at 3 o'clock. Please meetat scene: a previous" affairs In served by the hostess club and Grlfflii. Graham Martin, L. O. River Gear will lift able to stop during i
even
communications mailed to the office the hall at 1:15: for practice. and gaiety. The management during the social hour the president *, Malnes O. A. Epperson W. hla brief visit to Florida during i

: AT 8AXTOX here will receive Immediate attention leaving here at 2 p. m. Let's havea color \la well pleased with the. pa- called ,In everyone present H. Lee. A. C. Strickland, Misses. the next month He U a specialistof

upon, return.Tallahassee full attendance. this season and to tell why they were In Florida Dora Johnson Burdett Hattle national reputation In troubled i
Sunday afternoon J, W. Morgan, Clerk. tronage thus far which wan very Interesting. Fowler, and Clarissa. Knight besetting the poultrymen, and Is I
Sunday school next continue that the today,
Contract awarded hope It will so I from Starke The next meeting will be held author of the series of articles run ,,
ton church, 3:00: be afforded 1 Those present vrtw;
at the Sax will '
section
of ibis
additionsand Starke --- Local telephone exchange people third Friday In weekly by the Telegraph on its
construction of In Macclenny the r
o'clock, followed by preaching services for 'round dancing re-I were: Mrs.\ E. M.\ Johns, president: )
Installed time recordIng a year 1 farm
at Tallahassee new Butler Times.
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IWTH JIOI-K: GOLF MOWS: Friday evening Dec 13tl with a i splendid a leader as Florida has contender.In were visiting B. E. (toSI"I'oJ'.1, ,


tiful program rendered by the pri- Slckel graduates, along with of the most balanced and consequently and Mrs. J, D 1"1|, ,

mary department. Miss Pearl Jor- Past Football SeasonBy Green, his first-hand; substitute:! one of the strongest teams daughter Mr. and Mrs n f\ ;,
dan, homo demonstration gave I an of Florida history. Icr and children and( Lim nlor ,

Interesting lecture Prof. Futch -- Cood rpa(1 will graduate as wellas were visitors to Stark,. r '.

brought I the good: tidings of great ( BILL DUNCAN) sudden rise to glory, Baldwin, fullback, Reeves and afternoon.
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Joy, that the Hampton elementaryand When. a football\ team comes I In practically: all I the winning Smiling: Mike Houser, both excellent A Leslie McClellan spenl I Hi., -,, ,

high; school had been placed Florida really accomplished guards. KVKUGUEKV' *. with Cohen Peele. j
u through the hardest schedule It games But contrary the fate sufferedby (Mrs. F. A. Hosier. Cor.) > ,
on the accredited list for next year, things V. M. I, and Clemson Oscar Carter of Woodlav n a aa

provided the school building was has ever attempted with eight while )possessing) enough defects Georgia Tech\ the Gutor squad .......................f business visitor to EvciM' ,11,

repaired to meet the demands.Mr. wins out of ten games, everyone to prevent their forging to the will not be shot full of holes To Thursday t>f last week
the ti If It fortune of Florida, neatly Mr. Gnunn spent several days
and Mrs P C. Gould and concerned has reason to feel pret- front were heavy hard-playing .
all of the first string line will be last week here, the guest of his
Mr and Airs. Forbes of Hartford ty well satisfied:! At any rate, teams which when packing a i Rates
for the
back, besides a backfield of play- new. expren, ,
Conn., arrived here today end will practically everyone within the fighting spirit such was manifestIn daughter, Mrs J. E. Rosier.
.... frlgerator service for
.ww.- ers who starred all season. stra bin\. ,
spend the winter months In Sunny realms of Gatorland seem to be their clashes with Florida, Mr. and Mrs A. B. Rosier: and for
Jimmy Steele has another year, growers transportation or fm, ,
Only two brave golfers venturedout Florida. thoroughly contented with Flor would prove poisonous to any opponent and so does the other guards children spent the week-end with from Florida to northern mark, i

Sunday on the links at Key Mrs. Kd Futch spent the week ida's football team, Its coaches, The Oators 12 to 7 victory I James and McRae. Clarke and Mrs. Hester Sapp. have been received at the office I !
y end the guest of Mr. and Mrs. players, past history and prospects! "over V. M. I., was probablythe "I
the noble Kirk B. E. and J. E. Rosier and the railroad commission
''i' stone. They were Clemons will enter the fourth year and mm .
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Crosby of Lawtey. of the future hardest earned of any duringthe
Earnest:: Register visitors to the
were successful
Lewis and his chum Joe DavIs of their standing argument for the conclusion of a tin, !
Miss Louise Caraway spent the Perhaps the great victory over season; certainly the game was Starke Monday.Mr. teen year campaign to .
first string center post. Jimmy secure bl'ltel' ,
week-end with friends at Brooker.Mr. Oregon with which Coach Bachman's most thrilling of the schedule. '
and Mrs. J. D, Peele and service
for
J). K Ferryman Is still going Nolan the crack right end, will be growers of the stai.
and Mrs. L. II. Fulth and prodigies closed the season Clemson likewise held Bachman'shopefuls '
v I with Mr. has
daughter Sunday been
spent announced by
there along with Joe !Hall, a fine Eugene s
strong Miss Helm Maxwell were shopping : at Miami Dec. 7, furthered this attitude to a 13 to 7 win, McMil and Mrs. R. S Rosier Matthews member
of
prospect. Ed Parnell, a sophomore the comml-
In Gainesville last Saturday. Even if the,Oregon gameIs lan and Justus keeping the Gators
Cheathem Peele of the State slon from Starke.
i has missed seeing whose play against W & L
Everybody ,Rev Dickinson of Gainesville :! overlooked, however, It takes In hot water with a constant pass- Farm, Ralford Friday of \
spent
:Mrs Bert Terrill on the links and was excellent is the logcal! con-
filled his regular appointment at only half an eye to see that Flor- Ing attack as did Williams! and
last week with his Mrs.
will be well enough tender for left end along with mother The size of an lias '
hope she soon egg no ,
t r.
tho Christian church last :
' Sunday ida's Pigling Gators have played Hawkins of V. M I, Hester
; k to enjoy her game again. morning and evening.Mr. some pretty nice football this year. The South Carolina eleven was Vickery, and Cherry, a product of Sapp lion to the sex of the chicken i pi' .,,,_
Mr. L. Morgan of I
tho freshman team. All of the Sparr was a duced from that
and Mrs W. C. Pairlsh of Take their conference standing less worrisome Florida< winningby egg
The SI Sana golf course at tackles will be back, Including visitor to Evergreen Friday of I .
'j Qul Jacksonville formerly residents of The title wasn't won, but with six a 20 to 7 margin. A team last week.
Cove Is drawing quite a Muddy Waters, Proctor, Phlel and Tarpon Springs -- Local .
; ,q Green our town, were the guests of Mr. wins and but one loss:! the Orange largely composed of reserve play- < "t"nln'g
Mr. and Mrs J. M Rosier and
Iw that Billy Dedge. The last\ three are sopho- factory started
of now operation
number players
and Mrs: 0, ]Haynes and lurs. P. and Blue representatives finished! ers was able to roll up a 19 to 0 Alllena and Lorene 1 I'(
le and Jack Packard have mores. daughters cently.
Bullwl:=::: <
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Hunt here recently.Rev. the season among the first four win over Auburn, cellar champsof ,
Willie Mae and'
Reddish Miss
taken over the management of the Red McEwan while not as brilliant :! Tltusville Dixie' Pharm.. ,
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Norris will ]preach at the teams In another way of'thinking the conference, in a night gameIn Martha Groover of Woadlawn
a player as Crabtree Is a remarkably opened for business recently
links.
1 aPtist church next Sunday morning Florida's eleven Is better than Montgomery. The Washingtonand ___ __ _
cool-headed ---- -- -- H
-- and Rev F M, Taylor of nineteen otheri of the Southern Lee Thanksgiving Day tilt, quarter
,
Ik Only a few more weeks now before passes:! well and Is a sure safety
( Hampton, will preach a Christmas Conference.The won by Florida 25 to 7 was the I
.f f o; !+a we shall see the popular Dan sermon next Sunday evening Dec. 'I' Gators have beaten, among dullest of the year; Incidentally, man. Three superb halfbacks, I Modern

Reamer on the course again 22nd beginning at 7 p. m. Special others, Georgia the conquerer of the contract with the Generals Red Bethea and those veres tile HotelHILLSBORO t I
q sophomores, Seay and Dorset will
music will be arranged\and every-, Yale and North Carolina; V. M., came to a close .. : *
t Heights Golf Club have it out, besides Rogero and
Keystone body Is Invited to attend both ser- I., the team which downed Vir- Only against Southern did the
President, Dr. Crawford, will soon Mellon of the freshman eleven :
vices. ginia and Maryland, South Caro- Gators approach the high scoring I
t be with us again Sauls may take over his old position ef"JllrnI.
{ 4 Mrs. T. J, Thomas of Valdosta, lina, which also defeated Maryland form of last year, piling up! a 54 *
that of fullback with Sl:Isby,
spent the week-end with her parents ; Clemson a victor ovter N.. to 0 score But the 19! 29 sched-
Jack 'Packard, Billy Bullwlnk- I another sophomore as a strong :
j Mr. and Mrs, 0 !Hay nes. C. State, and W. & L., whose:! man! ule waR altogether different from I Spacious
; le's associate, nearly made a hole- Mr. and Mrs, T. F. Brown and claim for fame was. another win that of last year. 1-- '

In-one on the No.. 4 hole at Green sons Gordon and Emery, were over N. C. State Dale Van Slckel.. the greatest 1I Tampa Florida *
This hole Is SOS
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Cove Monday transacting business In Starke last In fact there Is but one bloton end yet to grace a Florida squad, I 1I Rosjtft bloI
and he only missed the cup
yards
Saturday. the Gators' record that being finished his lasf year as the outstanding I

e"I by barely an Inch. Misses Louise Caraway and Miss:! the outcome of the Georgia! Tech player of the team. In *

Nancy Bakur, members of the game The very team winch Florida spite of the' fact that a bad leg I I .- ,
Somebody told Billy how to Hampton school entertained with asocial wished to beat the most endeared cut short his career In renderinghim I { $2.50: to )$0.00) ir day

duplicate it and he drove some at the city hall last Wednesday enemy of them all, admin- incapable of playing the last I I yg 4 .* *

30 yards over the green-but, evening In honor of the Hampton istered a neat licking! the Gators two !games; he has been accorded __ +r ss4L1bG .

who believes it? basketball tenor on October 19, Florida has never All-Southern honors. Some time, p"va .. : Free Cur Storage

The hall was beautifully deco- defeated Tech, and this year with perhaps, Dale may have fumbled
Pro Billy Biillwinkle was seen rated in white draperies and bou- the Golden Tornado presenting one a pass but It was so long ago that to Rob) urself *

out at the Qui SI Sana golf course quets of double oxalis, carrying of the weakest teams It has had, none of us remember anything I I t Official AAA Hotel
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with a foursome of winter visitors skpr s ,
out the team color scheme of yel- the greatest opportunity for revenge about it.Jimmy. I! Tin-re are two way In which you -I, It
this week low and white. Immediately after seemed:! to I be at hand. This 'StE'ele.was the other out- may tlo yourself, InJuMteei by tut *
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school hours the team met on the fact served only to make the loss standing linesman. Although given -i ."..v.rIn.ur.nre.By..,lIIurt.I. your property orI
'
L. Howard of Keystone: was seen I hw Radios
campus and marched to where the all the more l'E' 'rettahle. Tech no more than second team on I .
.Iu.lnl nrvded aiMllhtnal tonnes
out displaying his playing abilityat
reception was given. was:! beaten by Tulane, Vanderbilt most:! All-Southern selections he I you are in danger. of aMumlng a an .*. *
j Green Cove Tuesday Interesting: games were directedby North Carol'na.: Georgia--practically has figured In every game played, i I IOM beyond the llmlla of your pr.*.cntfMillry
In other words
those giving the reception and every rating team besidesFlorida. and line given opposing backfields I l are Inadrqualrly p..Ii..n.lo.urrdl I On Iho other you. Now football' Is over golf again all guests participated, and enjoyed Yet when the Gators more trouble than any other man I h.nQ j you may be wantlnii pool moneyyear -SS -jiSSssB -
Is taking/ Dig lead In' the sport after year for too much buu"""' .* *
tho treat. At five o'clock
the filed out on the huge Atlanta on t the team. I
columns of the papers.Tourists guests were escorted to beautifully bowl difficult select the outstanding Your nerd. chanffe from yrar to year.
It Is to
with crowd
awe-Inspiring
an
.. Let u. examlno your puliciea" and help You will: meet friends and a we I. New DopuHmont store
--- ranged tables, where refreshments :! looking on, the team cracked, and back of the year. RoyceJoodbreatl's I you. Entered from hobby
coming In In great :
are of hot) chocolate crackers blew higher than a kite as the Tornado ) ( play against V. M. 1'1

numbers at Keystone Golf Club and fruit was served abundantly. I rolled up a 19 to 7 victory. was probably the most spectacular' : HAROLD C. WALL come at
new faces and seen daily on, the At tho conclusion! a toast : Individual of the I
was The loss to Harvard was no disgrace performance ) *

golf links given by Miss Baker of which With one of:' the most powerful year, but Captain Ralney Caw- I' INSURANCE ',

members of the faculty drank to elevens In the East this year t'hon's plunging against Georgia THE HILLSBORO

t On the Qul SI Sana golf courseat the health and success of the the fact that the Crimson wa's unable must be considered. Then thereIs i STARl E. FLORIDA

Green Cove Springs the visitors team, after Which the team left to score more than two touch- Bethea, with his brilliant passIng -

are showing up in large numbers. tho bulld'ng: !: expressing their downs Is somewhat to Florida's / against Clemson Dorsett's 4I1! I.r..b-ft1JFm' llf ijisnfiasiEiiissis ffi'IJ.] aB

thanks and appreciation. Those credit. play against W. & L., and Seay's ,
Mr. and Mrs. Sam
McQulston
enjoying this delightful affair were The 18 to 6 conquest of Georgia, In tho Oregon game. Ed Sauls
from Meadvllle, Pa., can now be the boys and girls of the Hampton whl h came on the very Saturday has been consistently good l, with

seen dally on the links. school: basketball teams. The entire after the Tech disaster Is prob- his '65 yard run against Georgia,

school faculty and Miss Clyde ably Florida's outstanding victory, a 40 yard run against Oregon, and ,
Mr. Chas. W. Ernest':: also ofMeadvllle
Moseley were also present.:! with the 20 to 6 win over Oregon his defensive play against Clem-
at have started to play There will be a ,
community coming second in Importance The son.

golf. Christmas-tree at Hampton on the far-westerners would have undoubtedly Crabtree has the ability to get 4t

night of December 24th. furnished stiffer! oppo- away with more than he has thisyear r l a

'; 1 Mr. C.1., Button and familyare ("INnlln-ltob""I.. 1Vttldhtg sition:! had It not been for the but he Is a quarterback and J

devotees of the game and Last Thursday evening, December warm weather customary of Miami plays his. position. There Is no

spend the best part of their time the 12th, Mr. Leslie:! Coleman around December. However, this better field general In the South

on the links. of Hampton, and Miss KuU Roberts no way dimmed the lustre of the And that 89-yard run against

of Bowling Green, were quietly performance I turned In by Crab- Oregon will not be forgotten. :
It, C. Hitch was seen out again
married at 11' tuchula, Their tree as the great little quarter Crabtree will be gone next year.
Sunday and heard that
was to say
many friends here wish:! them much back sang his swan song of grid The big voice and powerful driveof ,
h>, really thinks he has found his I II
success and happiness. competition, or of Homer Seay's Captain Ralney Cawthon, as I
stride now and that it will not be I

long ere he cancan on Leo Delgel. :


J. E. Wilson and the popular

D P. Carpenter were seen in the

roughs quite a lot last Sunday CHRISTMAS GIFTS JOB PRINTING,

We have been trying to find out 'I t

It they were playing golf or lookIng -

for golf balls. i

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C. P. Bryant plays every day

and says he hopes if he keeps it I That ,Are SmartPracticalDurable

up long enough he will be able

to Don take Pangborn.on the Keystone champion I JVearing Apparel leads in Gifts that always appeals to the recipientand High Grade \Work Done At


Saw Don Fangborn's score card always used. This store has a splendid line from which to make

for Sunday but think It best not selections -
your Holiday! the Lowest EstimtesIn
1 to publish It or he might be with- .

out a partner next week

our OUR LINE OF PANTS FEATURE
Ed Larsen repre-
Town
sentative from Keystone Heightsis DMIncllvo "t tlo point. -Conslilcrrnliln. variety In fabrics,
trying hard to master the gameof
golf. Good luck to you Ed, but toned and patterns allow furenwy wl ftioit. In workman- ', ;. ...

why not try a few lessons? } 'lil|> and quality the rants leave nothing to bo iloslrtMl.HI'LK.NDID + :;i"' '


If everybody was to take the 4
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great Bobby Jones' advice, and ;. : LINK OF LOUNGING ICOIHOS; -TUB: We
take a few lessons to improve their can take care of your printing problem.whether

game Instead of trying to teach rit.\lTIC.lb GIFT FOIl A MAN ; *J>
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themselves; gee. but Hilly Bull- the job you have in mind is large or small, and do
winkle and Jack Packard Keystoneand :

Qui SI Sana 'popular pros' r

would sure be busy. the work with expert precision at the lowest rates in

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The famous Dan Reamer will
leave for Florida Jan. 4th and town. All work ready when promised and deliveredon

will be seen dally at Keystone molt

club patting his way to victory. time. Estimates
i I Ii cheefully given. The printingwe


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; HAMPTON .* SHIRTS $1.00 to $2.00 Splendid Line of Ties 59c to $1.00 produce is of the. very highest ordr of merit-


*> Ml. Ada Nlmmn, Cor. ,. trial.Bradford
give
e us a .
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Those what attended the Ep-

worth League conference which for any member of the family at price you cannot -

convened with the Melrose Metho-
afford to overlook.
dist church Dec. 12th were Mra.J. .
M. Maxwell. Mrs. Minnie Johns --

Misses Ileba. Maxwell, Kathryn County Telegraph

Wee Laura t., Tucker Louise and Caraway.Martha Joyce Annie THE J. & R. STOREStarke .


Johns time. They report a pleasant I Florida iI Printers and Publishersj".HlFJ

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The P. T. A. ,of the Hampton

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RasRB. whore 'onl1s8.I'on found by Mr. Moore on one of his home club hopes to put In their Messrs.: Floyd Lester and Ran Hitch rftnrko were attending to ;
I proceedings will he
Instituted.St. .
I explorations In the. Drookslde
district
News of Florida in Short Paragraphs strangest team and l promises an- [ and Hubert Kelleyof \: business lucre: lust Friday.
as b I' folowed a dragline other victory If they con maintain Vanderbilt ..
Petersburg 'Inl were visiting here Mi and Mrs. Laird and daug-
--- more steam shovel dredging A ditch. It their present toim.TIIAI.V /
than 211.000 pieces of mall In the wan about nlnu feet under the last Saturday n'ght. t.or, Jean were visiting In flalues- k:

II : -iFtoffl'e: aid: more arriving at iUiface.Ft.\ Air.\ ) Hobble Fairish' of Dukes\ vlllo last Saturday. ,",
'! t'Iil.Itt'L1. : Misses Inez Newmans and Louis t:";'
LIVE STATE NEWS the last minute, direct air mall was Meade --It' no in learned from I ;; .ternoon.,vaa visliiiiff here In-t Sunday at- Tlpplns were attending to buslnesit I

''to be Inaugurated between. this On now schedule (toes; Into effect lu Jacksonville last Satur .
A. S. McMillan\ superintendent of Mrs. n. W. ttrunnun: und daughter -
12:01: n. m. Sunday Dor. day. .
16th I.i'
city and the
points north today Pauline spent several days "
when the Pltca'rn aviation plane Charleston Mining Company, that and trains w.11 run as follows. of last wool here with friends and Mr. Ulppy nt Gainesville wastransact'ng \, '" ; !

left the )fuller field with Its record his firm will put I In GO acres to' No. 1, southbound, local. due relatives business here last ,
I TOLD BY OUR EXCHANGES breaking corn also It la learned. from other Starke, 10:14: p, m. week .
I cargo. T. P. Caldwell ]MY. A. IJ. Surrency was attend- \ ;
reliable sources that them will bea No. 11 southbound local, due Air and Mrs. Hill Till la of Tam't' ;-'t
... -,-,-,-,-,---,,-_.._,--_.__ .__....__..__--.__- .__ Florida representative of the mall tag to business In Starke last !Monday. -
4-' ---- ";> line said it was the. largest amount dozen or more' other firms and Stnrke. 11:13: a. in. pa, spent Sunday here with rela- "" @
\ City Dividend. checks< tat Ion Individuals who will cultivate from No.3, southbound t II ItpII Miami i
nor lines, flying schools and of mall ever to leave on 111'st, m Sheriff Kppersrm was transacting tives.Mi' gin'
!1",, "depositors: of the Bank of Vbori airplane) assembly plants to Tam- run from any city south of At- small to large acreages and that due Stnrke 11:39: a. in.No. 1ri...lneMn hero. last Monday A. B. Shaw of OalneMvllle. ;, '. (#"
tho total 107, southbound was visiting here last .
linta. acreage devoted -roast- limited, Sunduy. .
i i amounting to $346,000, have pa. Mi1. 1).lvlt1. of Stnrke was attending 1- r
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Ing ears' this coming!: spring will Tampa and St. Petersburg, due
to business here. last Monday: '\ .tiro;
received from the comptrolI \
1 i Starke 1:0!)
approximate 1,000 micros In this : in. '
Lake City A genuine; : wh le- p. :Miss Stella Mao Ward of Jackmrnv'llo Marlnnna held livestock exhibition
Tallahassee. .Ji
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at 1'1't'
office
I, rtonlfay The co-operative hog Immedifllo vicinity.: Last year's No. 2, northbound local due
/ headed
American eagle such : the and! ;
sale as tho spent weekend here festival November 14-18. il.1'k.
conducted here corn totaling about 760 Starke 1:50: 1III. : ;
recently by bird which adorns Uncle Sam's crop with her mother Mrs. T. P. WantMessrs. '
Panama! City Port St. Jou 1.
t,n'ksonvllle According/ J. )Dr. J. J. Vura, :No.: 12
local representative acres was a profitable! one, as was northbound, local! due
new dollars 1 Is '
on exhibit at a fillIng Cyril Dukcm and Albert road completed. '
1
.I I.I"Ran l president of the Florida of the State Live Stock Salt-! also the crop the year previous, Slarke. 3:55: p. m. ,.1, ;
station In I this city. The eagle Harden of I 1111 lies, were visiting Winter Harden OrovelundUakery '
;.' ,i,. Fair, the association plans lary Hoard and L. 11. Lewis, of was and the corn growers are encouraged No. 4, northbound limited, due 'J\
captured near Lake City in hero last: Sunday opens brunch here fl.
-I age Its annual exhibition elth- the State Marketing to believe this next Stnrke 7:12: .
i t. Bureau, was I the sea I p. 111 .
Okefenokee SWami section In Miss Louisa Caraway of Hump- Garden City 0 80-acre orange y;,
late in February" or curly inu great success.: NinetY-live head son's crop will he a money maker No. 108, northbound limited,
a trap Clifford Sclph of llentonset ton spent the week-eud here as grove property changed hands.
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t.,, i lli ,. were offered They because buyers have already made duo Sturke f ::45
> in.
totalled p.
a the snare after oiut of his hogs guest of Mr. and 1 Mrs 11. I 11.) Col- St. Cloud. to Holopaw state road ,
weight of 18,000 pounds known their intention of being on No. 192!) northbound limited
had been carried off by some birdor son will be built at cost of $210,471. ;' j
i If'wlston---Florlda' first "1111'I the job.Tallahassee. Washington and Ik 6 .
beast of yond : 14 a. Afro T. P. Ward Jacksonville '
prey. The bird Is and children, Another Whld-! G'
ill I has been scheduled for Dec. St. Petersburg. m.
Charles I Km- young( measures. seven and a half wore visiting/ In Slarke last\ Slit 111'- don store opened. at 28th and Pearl :,
I''1.. when from 12 to 20 airplanesill mOI'K01Serjant Maltland Souther- feet from Fred Stokes, Nfjirkp' % \V 111111* ,
wing tip to wing tip and day. streets.
\ fly from Clewlston to Miami land, known also as the Duke of has serving a lifo sentence in the state No. 101. leaves Klurke; 7:00: n.m. .
SII'OIltalolla/ and an Intpresslvn Ir Young! of Stnrke, was transacting I West Palm Beach Iloosovelt 4
I,,1' .?"Ifbrate Everglades; day. Soot herland, has finally received bell k.fllll'asula. 1H'lsolfor murder from Duvnl I .. No. 102 arrive Starke 2:40: p. business. here hint \Vodnes-, )Flying Service will make tills city 1y
his Inheritance of $10,000,000 county, was at a road, camp today m. dully except Sundays; southern
headquarters and spend
"','nKf\l'ola-I'enliacola will soon more or less, and plans! to leave St. where he was: taken presumably T. J. Irimn, AKCIII.llllll day.Dr, I
Golitlh: said to be 10: IIllRKH amid Mr Jim $410,000 oil local field.
hilI". daily passenger plane service. Petersbur for :New: York, Detroit the \largest sea1' elephant. In' capHvlty. because;! of a recent assault upon ;J
I.,iittt-en this .city and Mobile( acMI and California, after which) he will John J. Mendenhnll, life termer.
Is dead and Insurance Y
companies ItllH
ding to R.I.\ Hessler, MobileMinor "return here In about fifteen daysto trout I Plncllas] county. Mendcn- LinesNorthbound8:69 \\\'In"/I/N\' '' i
stand to lone $25,0(10( It
.,, whovpiloted a plane here launch\ program/ of Improvements hall received t1'Vel'I''ollllls( when : a. in, 'I: 68'
was learned( today from George! !Stokes" tiding u'' at I p. in., 4:30: p. in., 8:28: I p m., C; : 10
as
? uurday comprising the expenditure fchuler, representing the carpenter' J\ I r
of about $3,000,000.: owners. the prison, was said, 1 to have attacked a. m. '. SyNllllh////r rrr
"We don't know what/ caused Southbound 9:37: '
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him from behind with
Oainesville; Construction isexpected lentil," Shuler. told reporters' "but a a. in., 4:07: p. in. 11:171': : in. 11:50: '
to begin soon on the new Ocala]; For l the purpose of he U tool after Mendenhall gave orders 1
gone now, and no mistake,
p. m. U .1 MERRY CHRISTMASIIAITY .
$111(1.000( stadium at 41ie Unlver, seeking! solution of the lax problem he added as he watched a crew regarding 'the! carrying out of some --.- o ) -- ,
sin of Florida. It will be of steel I with which the state U: confronted with a derrick .cable and a truck work. luendenhall was badly
and concrete: construction and wll! a tax relief association:! trying( to drug the great mammal beaten over the head and neck ............ ...v+....... -, ; : XEWYEARDecember. ;

iiavi- a seating. capacity of approximately was formed recently at a meeting from t the waters of his pen on St. Mendenhall Is serving a life sentence .
1929
20,000, of citizens in the city council Armand's key In the Gulf of \Mex for the killing! of two women : RROOKERMixs /I ,
chamber. Endorsement was given leo Goliath's dally menu culled near Tampa. about IB years ago. O Pestle GnlncyM. .1 _= .t 4

Ki'iiney Park The winter racing Governor Carlton's' proposed appointment for 250 pounds of frozen herring.r lIe H considered! one of the most ......................... fiIi
) season In Florida was openedhere of a commission: of leadIng beast:! of prey. valuable prisoners at I the farm, F
today with the running of the I business men to study the as he supervised' construction of .'. and Mrs. II. P. Hnlnpy and i '

St. Augustine handicap. Ten needs of Florida from a financialand Lake City -,- Lake City !is destined tho new prison and has looked after children spent Sunday as guests( 7 71/ \ A \'W.sTo A friend:- I

thousand persons had gathered lilt> tax I'talll;point. to become a center. for forest the building of other units of at their daughter, Mrs It W !

the track early today to witness experiments and demonstra- tho farm. Brannen In Lake Bother I Another year Is passing The Harvest \ .u, ;
the opening day event Lake City J. M. Raymond lions: toward which the eyes of all Mian Mary Keddlxh of Hellbronn

'Construction Company, Jacksonville forestminded'people of America ............N.. ...... Springs/: spent the week-end here I = is over and we have all gathered
riewiston; A station of the building firm, has been will be directed, said II. A, Smith: as guest of Misses Pearl and Lola as we have sown 'k

Florida East Coast railroad has awarded the contract for erectionof assistant state forester, to a Lake : THERESSAMiss : Gainey.
been. opened at Lake Harbor on a utilities storehouse and kit- City Gazette representative recently -! Rhoda. Zrltgler ('or, A large crowd of young folks Faith, Time and Determination

Miami canal where It joins the chen building at the United Stales The recent purchase by from here enjoyed a party given at right all things and fulfill the cause
Veterans the United ...)).......O........... the homo of Mr. A. J. Conerly's' ,.r
extension of the Atlantic Coast hospital Lake City, according States forest bureau of
Line from Clewlston. The I F. E. to word received by the the 100,000-acre Osceola National n".k..t ball last Saturday'night. The crowd departed of Destiny
1'( has terminus from Forest In Columbia and Theressa Christian Union met at about the hour of eleven 'r '
a new company federal government Baker Muy the Great Guide of the Universe -
( authorities. An expenditureof counties was declared byII'\ Vanderbilt on Saturday at Van and nil reported having had a very T

Daytona Beach J. S. Mon- approximately $30,000 Is con- Smith as the most valuable national derbllt lu a pleasant and well contested nice time. give you Health, Happiness .,, ;
roe and J. Raymond operators of templated. forest purchase that has been game which resulted, In a Mr. and \Mrs. \M. F. llazmi of and Prosperity in the yearsto f ,

Hit United Air Schools and agents made by the government in several win for T. C. U. The visitors put Hawthorn spent Tuesday hero an come.

for airplanes, have located the Perry -- There are some things years. quite a strong team on the court, guests of friend and relatives. r
Florida state headquarters of the that One has: to see to believe. One -- though lacking the assistance of Mi1 and Mrs. Luther Sowell n( Sincerely, \ '

Stlnson Aircraft Corporation in of these U the fart that thirty-: Tampa Tit'rteen. airplaneswere HUBS, and [in 'Spile of Homo excellent 1 High Springs I !spent Sunduy here as '
Daytona Beach and will also! open threo stalks of sugar cane, each I destroyed. here early todayby play on the losers. side by Melvin guest of her mother, Mis. Moll ; 1'L-TKRSOX'S DAIRY: ,

u flyIng( school here. twelve feet tall, can grow on one fire of a mysterious origin Futch and M. II. they were" Misses Lois Galney and IllanrheBurgdorlt ,,
-- root, from two joints of a single which! swept through the steel hangar never seriously Worried as to the : were, trllllHlIl'lhluUHI/ -

Orlando -- Not a single shlp- piece of seed cane. Any doubters at the Tampa municipal all'POI'1. the result. poss In Jacksonville lust Saturday. H
miMii' of green citrus moved out of of ,such u '''statement are Invited to .. The flumes 'hllli eaten their Thero was much excitement' Mr. and Mrs It. M. (eta ney woi'i :

Florida during the rigid inspectionperiod call at the Perry Herald olllce and way over the entire structure be- when the first quarter finished visiting frleiidn In 11 ell bl'UII .
and not single pompl.ilnt receive proof of the fact that It fore residents... In the neighborhoodwore with the score even at 4-1 I but Springs last Sunday( night
was received from any of the can be dune.'Tallahassee. awakened. by 1 the explosionsof thereafter T. C. U. got Into their MrH. A. II. Crosby who has been + > U1v )
spending some time hero wit hfrl."ls d1a1,1o -J .
wholesale or retail markets that gas tanks of the planes. Air- stride and some rnplcl! Hcm'lnby/
Immature fruit had reached there --- 1 Florida tax collectors port officials declared damages D. Moore( and some pretty work by and relatives returned to ,
ior sale. are being/ warned by Attorney would' probably exceed $100,000' I II. Moore and Hersey put the Issue her home In Jarksonv hint But t "
Genera) Fred II. Davis that I The hangar of steel constructionwith beyond doubt and the game u r(I ay. ,

asphalt foundation with the 18-10 In -_-L __ __ __ __
Tampa -- Improvements to the mid legal authority exists:' for the i suffered finished: ] score
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Tampa harbor, costing $4,765.000 preparation of special tax rolls tom only smoke and water damage favor of T. C. U. :
"nd( embracing the major recomWMidatlons 1929 taxes on automobile; The The line up was as follows: '* 4 s'r 1

of the port development : attorney general telegraphed Tax Sarastoa --. Word has been received T. C. U. : Moore, I)? forward 12: .
committee of the chamber of[ Collector 1>. C. Wllkerson of Plm-l- here. from l the American! ,Trlest J., !guard; Horsey (C. cen-i i'

commerce, have been Included In las county that 1929 taxes on automobiles Museum of Natural History, New ler, 2; Moore\ H. forward, 41001"; \ I
'ihe schedule of proposed new work were presumed to have York, that the fossil! remains of a er, A. guard; Vanderbilt : Melvin\ f NN I II
' 'rained in the annual report of already been assessed when thy human skeleton sent the musuein )Futch, forward, 6; riiiHsell, /guard ,
' army engineers ltonv law provld:ng compulsory recently by J. IS. Moore\ local anthropologist If. II., center, 4 ; J. C. forward:

property tax payments: on motor and ppplorer, may Frank Norman, guard.T. I I
f'anal Point Setting of C.OOO vehicles was passed.Tallahassee \. conservatively he estm'! led to represent C. U. have now recorded
Itrusi 1 trees on the Mayaca Company the oldest fossil of pre-hls- three successive wln, and there
', 's property eight miles north Advised: by William torlc man ever discovered on the Is much interest therefore in their I hhi /, I Itd

'"f (anal Point was completed last I [l J. Skinner, solicitor of the American continent, if not In the forthcoming match with Lawtey ,
*' ,'k and a shipment! of 5000 trees Illltboroiifrh[ county criminal entire world. The skeleton was next Thursday at Theresaa. The r'.1 ,hiP t't ai

m en route, to set immediately court of record, that reports were ..., .. .-, __
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'HI arrival! and complete the block current at Tampa that efforts may \\i

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I'h' of the citrus planting. under the "corporation" system I
Attorney General Fred II. Davis>' h-

p, -ry -- Sawing operationst' sued an opinion today that such a
' '. just been 'started In the plant procedure would not violate the 1\rOuntt j

. i 1 'the Drooks-Scanlon Company, anti-gambling laws of Florida aving

1,' 'he' new little! mill town of Fo- without "material departures"from !

' near here.. The completion of the scheme

limbering up of the complete 1, J II I Jt
1'" v equipment will be marked by Tallahassee Capture of a

Ih.' penlng of operations at a Cuban schooner, with 25,000 mullet BtlCl8Ule ... i tI
plant' capacity rate of 268,000 feel off Ilord<.ln's Pass, near Key J
"f lumber per day, West, for vlalatlon of the Florida, :
law against mullet fishing during I ,

Tampa -- With construction ofa the closed season, was reported today 1 j
modern combination ajrport\ assured to the state shell fish olel'ort-I .. >cY I r I

by tho passage of the $750.- meat Commissioner T. R. [ < 7liht 1''
(l0 bond !Issue, the aviation! com announced. The vessel was takell'by
mittee of the chamber of com Deputy A, ('. Ma ln and several )

merce has approved an advertising assistants of the department, Bud j .
campaign to attract air transpor- s being/ towed, with its cargo to i

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Tax Certificate Sale I and dulcet ring forth the chimes of

Yuletide front the superb Crosley and Ma-. f.

Beginning 10 o'clock a. m. January 2nd, 1930, -this gift will be doing you good, will be jestic. Compact and handsome, this amaz- .

all outstanding: State Tax Certificates, in Brad growing long after that drum will be broken ing set appeals to eye as to ear-a distinct

ford'county, with subsequent and omitted taxes and the sled fallen apal t. Do you see advance over anything ever seen before in

thereon, will be offered for sale to the highest your name there? That means this accountis the radio field. Installation before Christmas -

bidder according to law at the Clerk's office in all your own, that every cent you depositto I' is guaranteed, if you buy NOW.

the court house in Starke, Florida. A good invest. it will be YOURS. t M

ment yielding large returns. A chance to pick upa Some day, my boy, you'114 cent

piece of land cheap. Investigate. Buy and help appreciate what a wonderful per Coal and Coal Stoves---We Deliver

your staU and county; tax: : liens are ahead of all gift a Bank acInterest ,

others. count is." I

Sale continues from day to day until all sold. Bradford County Bank DeWITT C. JONES ,


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M1,? l Mendelsshon's wedding!.music. tion. "The Ace of Scotland Yard" said, that the federal government Jail In Jacksonville and a mere de- ment, and the separation of state Key West Pan-American ,,

Tho double ring ceremony was deals with Blake's emergence from should make an appropriation for serter would have no social standing revenue from county revenue as a port to undergo extensive n
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mpresslvely performed by the ret'rcment to protect Lady Diana the Medfly or else raise the quarantine with the star boarders. mean of meeting the existing disparity merits and expansion. impr. \

cid. pastor of the bride Rev. G. P. and Lord Blanton's newest treasure and allow Florida to ship I In assessments in the coun

Raymond and she was given; in the mummy of a famed Hin everything as usual. Wo would like to ship some ties.

marriage by her mother, Mrs Fay" doo princess and a prized love -- Florida oranges to northern -*- -.

Prescott G III. The bride was attended ring" which she wore. Ruth Bryan Owen Is doing more friends but they do not want them I Erection of a high-power line Kent Cheap
by her sister. Miss Florence Tho criminal wits of three continents '
SI IIS. K. 1'. iIFfOREMTl'.NT1ItT.IINM : : to cement and make stronger the cooked or frozen. And If we have between South nay and Puhokeo
GUI and at the altar they met the are conspiring to get possession Keep the land improved
'. : Democratic party in Florida: and to pay four dollars a box for them I by the Phoenix Utility Company
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bridegroom.The of the "love ring" and incidentally In all America than any other man, and four dollars to ship them there has been authorized by the Florida -
bridge bride was charming In her of the mummy. Also, woman or club has accomplishedIn isn't Santa Claus for the
Just
Members of the afternoon any I Power &: Light Company and 'When demand
dress of blue flat comes
wedding loves
crepe Lady Diana, whom Blake the ,
Watch Florida
entertainedby past year. Ruth said northern friends and
club were pleasantly made on flowing lines, and with is coveted by ,construction preliminaries will be the price is too
deeply and secretly, high
Mrs. R. 1<'. Demorest Thursday Bryan Owen of Florida--our congresswoman citrus has lost another good under way this week, II. L. Lapp ,
which she accessories:
afternoon at her home. wore to one of the master criminals. of the fourth. chance for publicity. I local manager, said yesterday. then we all move to
match. She carried a large; bou- I .:.
The color scheme of yellow and quet of bride's roses and lilies of ........................ Construction will start at the less desirable property -
purple predominated. Sprays of the valley. The bridesmaid, Miss All this clap trap about "Flor- City elections: are about over, South Bay end to work east to the until
so on
yellow Jasmine in bowls and vases Florence Gill, wore a dress of : LAWTEY' : ida is coming back" and Florlaa thousands of tourists are coming power plant nt Belle Glade, which you

were effectively arranged about Persian and carried "Has not been away" and "Flor- Into the state, citrus fruits and will supply current to South Day are out of the neigh
the living room, where the guests radiance georgette rosebuds.The pink< ........................ ida is all right fundamentally" can vegetables are bringing goad until the extension is completed borhood.G.M.Inman.

were entertained, a bouquet of bride is a daughter of Mrs. Miss Lizzie Howe spent several be canned and laid away In the prices, prospects are bright; for a the larger generating; station at

violets being used on the plates as Fay Prescott Gill, is a graduate of day in Starke with her sister, Mrs. moth balls. The world at large good season, everyone feeling Pahokee will follow in due course

t favors. the Bradford High! School, and by Ray Newsom. knows that Florida cannot be Injured good, curbstone brokers in the says the Canal Point News.

Prizes wero awarded Mrs. E. M. her pleasing manner has won numbers Mesdames J. H. Moore and C. in any way no matter what north have either cleaned up or .

Johns and Mm. O. L. Haynes, of friends who wish for her Y. Mayo spent Saturday In. Jack happens Florida's climate is her cleaned out, money will be coming Tarpon Springs -- Grapefruit Starke Fla.
holders of high'and second scores and her husband successful sonville.R. chief asset and "We have climate" back to Florida for real Invest- : ,
a mar- canning starts at plant of Tugwell
the afternoon. The hostess visitor should be our slogan. I ments bonds overdue will be paid
for ried life. H. Thede was a business &: Wiseman, [no. .I
served the following players with After tho cremeony the happy to Starke Monday.Mrs. by long time paper, real estate Is -

iztr a salad course: Mrs. E. M. Johns, young couple went to the home of K. E. Iturney and daughter, Last Friday was the Thirteenthand picking up, fish are biting and who s

Mrs. O. L. Haynes, Mrs. C. A. the bride's mother, where a wed- were shopping In Starke Monday. the races started, no one was cares about the Chlnese-Russo

Knight, Mrs. E. L. Diggs, Mrs. J. ding luncheon was served. They Misses Ruth und Pearle Roberts hurt and Fred Eberhardt of the squabble or how long congress will

> W. Andrews, Jr., Mrs. J. C. Robinson will be at home to their friends at of Lake City, are visiting their I Florida State News and Governor be in session.

Mrs. N. Sternberg, Mrs. II. C. Mrs. Gill's\ residence. aunt, Mrs. D. W Sapp. undoubtedly exchanged felicitations I II
Wall, Mrs. W. M. Wainwright, The Ladles Aid of the Methodist I
-1- on the 'prosperity of the
For the purpose of seeking a solution -,
Ad-
A. Z.
Mrs. L. D. ViniiiB, Mrs. church met with Mrs. W. E. 'grand old state of Florida. And
kins and Mis. O. L. Beasley.a "':TINE: : or "'. I"H.. op Torode Thursday.Mrs. If the grand old state knows whatIs of the tax problem with
which the state Is confronted
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biETii0DIM'r: ciiritrii
U. W. Brown visitingIn
was good for her the grand old state .
tax relief association\ was. formedat
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DINNKIl: : : IHU1KJH) : PARTY I The Woman's Starke Monday afternoon. will welcome amusements that will Ocala at a meeting of citizens A, el, Ku
Missionary So-
Strawberries are beginning to bring tourists and hold them (In
In the city council chamber. Endorsement -:
Mr. and Mrs. II C. Wall enter- ciety of the Methodist church helda 'I come In and with the combinationof the grand old state.It was given GovernorCanton's : /

t ta'ned friends and 'members of business and program meeting warm weather, they will be
proposed appointment of
club at a delightful Monday afternoon, at the church, moving quite heavy by the middleof I
I 4' their bridge seems to be a difficult matterto a commission of leading businessmen
with fifteen
members The
Saturday present week. crates
dinner and bridge; party officers and next Thirty-seven get inJail at Jacksonville. An to study the needs of Florida
evening, at their home on Cherry superintendents for were shipped Tuesday. alleged deserter from the army from a financial and tax standpoint -
tho society for 1930 are as follows .
street. gave himself up and tried 1 to break The consensus of opinionIn

Sweet peas Intermingled with President: Mrs. J. H. Hitch. mums Into the Jail but there was nothing the meeting was that there are r / fd
fern, narcissuses were attractively doing. The officers! had jUst cleaned three outstanding tax needs in the fY.I
Vice-president: Mrs.\ T.
the home J. Grlflln. r DrC.
throughout
arranged Mr. and Mrs. E. l.l Crews, New the jail and they did not want state: A new source of revenue to ._ iYWtq
A de-
affair.
for this pleasant served Recording! Secretary, Mrs.\ J. W. River, boy, Doc 13. anyone using the clean towels until relieve the burden upon real estate -
licious course dinner was White. Mr. and Mrs\ G. E.::: McCauley, after Christmas. Anyhow, the cutting down of the over- CON
,"sts the guests: after which bridge was they are choice about who i FEUON
.. When scores were total- Corresponding Secretary, Mrs.A Sfaike, boy. Dec. 18. goes; to head of state and local govern-
enjoyed. /
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Bailey,
Wood.
Joe Wilson and Mrs. W. /
ed M., Wainwright Mr. held high scores. Treasurer, Miss -Amelia Ray. Camphor Farms, boy, Dec. 13.Mr. 1 fbrYuletid"With
and Mrs. Brookle Mosby,
presented a prize. Chairman Social Service com- u
Each was mittee: Mrs. L. A, Davis. Highland, boy, Dec. 13. )
Mr. and Mrs. "
Those enjoying 1 the compliments of the season -
of Young Work,
Wall's hospitality were: Mr. and Supt. People's
Mrs. Joe Wilson Mr. and Mrs. W. Miss Fredrika Struth. H.NT.CI.U'S: LKTTIiU/ : a box of the most delicious candy that

M Wainwright, Mr. and Mrs. R.V Supt. of Children's Work, Mrs.E. 1
Dear Santa Claus man can makp--Ncrris Exquisite Can-
F. Demorent, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. I K. Perryman. : 0

Robinson, Mr. and Mrs.\ D. A. Mon. Sujt. of Missionary Study, Mrs. I have been a good girl all this dies-that is a gift in excellent taste.
and Mrs. C. A. Knight R. A. 'Vees.Supt. \ year, and I want you to bring mea "
tieth. Mr. :
and Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. Supplies, Mrs, W. II pair of shoes and a doll and a M _A Chocolates, bonbons, caramels, nougats

Struth, Sr. doll carriage; also please bring my t hard candies
--a delectable assortmentin
Supt. Local Work' Mrs. W. G. baby sister somethng.: fl
MAKHIAOK OK MISH MIM>KKICULL : > Halle. Lots of love, I f Yule wrappings.

,AN1 Jilt. J. DOYUH JH. Publicity, Miss Amelia Hay. I Florence Mersereau, e

Circle leaders to be appointed In I ,4:' For the Children and Grownups
A pretty wedding! characterized January.. JUST l.V: PASSIM: ,
by simplicity in every detail was a

that of Miss Mildred Viola Gill and "'..UN! .\<:'E/>!' SCOTLAND: (By R. J. Holly) h
Mr. Jefferson Davis Doyle, Jr., ThCORPBNII"dG'S DRUG STORE
Y.Iltl'I4) ('() II:1H:( Tho validity of the Florida milk
which took place Wednesday at .
law
Is in federal
being argued
Inspect our line of Gifts for the Holidays
at the First Baptist
high noon One of the most popular heroesof court Must be a law keeping certain 'A'rr.

church and was attended by num- screen fiction Blake, the super- parties from milking the state ;75'a4 S S'a5zsa5 5 SaSasas2-;
bers of relatives! and< friends. Every Smart Daughter KNOWS
detective of Scotland Yard, has treasury otherwise It would not be

: white The and dainty green decorations-masses were of pal-in been brought In to life again by Universal In the courts.- That Mother PREFERS Onyx Silk StockingsGive

a new chapter-play entitled -
mettoos and ferns forming a background "The Af of Scotland Yard." Congressman Yon made the best Mother the sort of gift she would give herself- give

which contrasted strikingly It9\ a ten-chapter screen thriller", talk in a few minutes the other her I
quality, give her style, give her Onyx silk stockings
with tho white baskets of frag- GAIETY
with Crauford Kent playing tlu day that congress has heard In THEATRETIIUR.SDA

rant narcissus and the .choice rolo of the great crime detector.It some time. Congressman Yon We mention as particularly attractive for gilt-grvingi/ i
white eucharist lilies.\ White can-
is the first photo-serial to be
dles In silver candalabra also added The Evening Style 740.-.. beautifully' sheer stocking with the gracefully t
made with sound and dialogue. Best Purgative for Y & FRIDAY, DECEMBER 26-27
to the general effect. Directingthe Thrills and lender Pointex heel and picot edge SI.95
suspense are Immeas-
CLARA BOW
decorations was Mrs. L. O. urably heightened by sound. The The Daytime 177-.. handsome, mcdium-weiaht stocking that looks I

Powell, assisted by Mrs.\ J. M. first chapter will be shown at the sheerer than ,it is With Pointex, heel ;"'$!.50 In "DANGEROUS CURVES"Also
Brownlee, Mrs. W. J. Eppersonand
Gaiety Theatre
Dec.
beginning 26-
Mrs. J. II. Lord. In daytime and evening colors to match'every smart ensemble
Before the ceremony Mrs.\ A. Z. 27th.The 1st Episode. of "ACE OF SCTOLAND YARDS"

Adklns, accompanied by Miss story concerns Lady Diana, tilota srCrr .
the beautiful
ward of Lord Blan-
Ethel Griflln, beautifully sang two ton, wealthy English nobleman "Wherever SATURDAY, DECEMBER 23
lovely numbers At Dawning, by
N und a collector, of antiques, with She Goes"ti KEN MAYNARD
i Cadman. and Because, by Guy
which he has filled his castle. 91CC"Tayuf.. in "CALIFORNIA AIL"
D'Hardelot. As R
a processionalMiss
Blake, retired master-mind of the C Sternberg'
Griffin played Lohengrin's Relieves ) ) AlsoComedy"FOOTJ..IGHT
London detective force, has out- (t )
wedding march, and during the
the reduces
witted many a crook intent upon congestion, com FANNY"

ceremony. The One Alone recessional was softlyplayed. was I despoiling Lord Blanton's, collec- I plications, hastens recovery


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I 1 I.-un( Sunday. I II tro attending the Atlanta Dental for a visit with her parents In Store' Hcckn, belts, handkerchiefs ,
\ ''College, will arrive here this Troy AIlbnl11lwhE'I'e she will and gifts for the menfolk.., br
Bits ofLocal I Mr. and Mrs. A. It. Kirby and week-end. be joined by her husband this J. M. Alvarez.
llltlo A II. Jr. Jacksonville _, I
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j pent Sunday with !Mr. and Mrs. Angle Sternberg, Mrs. H.H. holidays Milliard V. Lowry Jr., and FI'' ,+

Mrs. Errol Aivarea.Youth's Harbour and son, Harold, of .
brother
---- --- ---- Henry Lowry, student III s

NevrConcerning ; I Jacksonville were guests t of Mr 'Wilson shirts for men rnako an Maryvllle College: Tenn., are expected 7
and young men's suits, and Mrs. T. S. WilliamsI'edues: acceptable Christmas !gift' J. M. to arrive In Starko the last s a.r
"I 2 pair pants 113.50. J. M. AI day. of this week and will spend the
v
Alvarez, t the Dependable\ StoreMr -.
Shopping Our People Business and vares.Mrs.. .1 Christmas vacation with their uncle t
Sties. Guggle Mae Bennett arrives Hev. George 11. Lowry at the
II Progress of the
and
Town. .
County Merlon
II. C. Hitch and Misses today from the State College for Cark who hits been Presbyterian inaime.

IAvs IIIFI Madge Middleton and MaUelle Women at Tallahassee. She will\ attending the Trl. tate College nt ---..---.-
----------- -- Fore were In Gainesville: Tuesday epcud.hvo weeks here with her Angola; Ind., Is expected to arrive
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis had 'h
.5 5i? 52522S'2.5iWKTIII'n !52S2.525252.2.,'u Z52S'c52525Z.,8-g) afternoon hero Saturday where he will upend
.nirents, Mr. and Mrs G. H. Den
as recent guests, Mr. and Mrs N.
: REPORT visitors here the holidays with Ills parents, Mr.
Monday afternoon I "nett. A ferryman, of Atlanta, OH., Col.
Mr. James Ooulden, Sir Thomas and\ Mrs. U. F. Clark
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- and !\IrK. John R. Holland, Mr.
I Week ending Dec 18, 1929.Doc. !Ir. and !Mrs T. C. Hawkins, of Busch and Misses Harriet[ Hitch Tho Quality Store has a won and Mrs. Fish, of Jacksonville. Mr.

11 80 61 Daytona, are spending the week In and Betty Chamberlain were In derful line of silk underwent from Mr N I). Walnwrlght, Jr., wan and Mrs. Perryman left Tuesday

Dec. 12 76 64 Starke Jacksonville! Saturday. which) make your selections for recently notified! that t he had been for Savannah, and Col.! and Mrs' ,
_.
Dec. 13 63 67 -- Christmas. appointed\ \ n U. S. Custom Inspector. Holland. Mr. nnd Mrs. Fish returned -
Many useful Gifts can be Dec. 14 78 52 Mrs. Hogan Smith and childrenof The famous Interwoven Socks lie left Saturday for Miami to Jacksonville Sunday evening.:

Dec. 16 78 62 Sampson were In Starke Wednesday at the Quality Store 50c to $1.00. I There will be a Chr'sttmu treo to take up the duties of bin olllce.\ ---.-------- -
found at STERNIiERG'S Dec. in 78 51 Nothing better for Chrlstmus gifts. for the children of the Methodist -- -. --- Revision of Interstate freight

Dec. 17 77 54 1.02 I I Sunday Hehool'at the church next Dear Santa: Please !give' me lots ,, rates on road .building materialswill

Store. We can help you Dec 18 62 .Mrs.! K. J, Dowling and childrenof Fancy Stationery, Xinas cards, i!Monday evening There will be n of useful things: ; t tills Christina' I he discussed at a meeting: of

qalncsvllle were recent visitors booklets, books( at Morgan's. I i program!' of murlo and readings plenty of silk hosiery for Instance.I the Florida.. \ State \Railroad Commission
to select gifts that are Total rainfall ________ 1.02 in. here suitable to the Christmas! sen on. I prefer Humming Bird. They are at Jacksonville, January

Mr. and Mrs. n, T.) Clark of found In all nhaclc, at Slump's i 21''; according to announcement by

sure to please. Our stockis Gifts--The Quality Store. Miss Inez Moltt of Jacksonville Miami, will spend the Christmas I All wool serge suns, guaranteed!, Store. 'Chairman A. S. \\'(>11.... Four of I

has been visiting her sister, Mrs. holidays with Mr. and Mrs N. I). men and young men, $20. J. M. the principal rail lines, the. Seaboard '
fresh and Dr. and !Mrs. J. 1'. Mack f. K.: Johns. Miss Mary Ilrownlcn left
new com spent _. Walnwrtght." I Alvarez. Sundayfor Atlantic Coast Line, Florida
Saturday In Jacksonville. ___ Do Land where she will' be the leant Coast, and the Georgia: ,

plete. Wonderful line of Ties In boxes Dear Santa: Please give me lots Little Miss Gloria Johns Knout of Mr. and. Mrs. J. \\0:. Futch. Southern: and 1 Florida( petitioned A1 ,
Xmas boxes, all sizes, !Morgan's. ready to send. The Quality Store.Mr. of useful things'! this Christmas, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 13.: M. Sho will be joined\ next Tuesdayby t the commission: for the hearing JA

plenty of silk hosiery for Instance.I Johns, who wan taken to the \Riverside her parents Mr. and Mru.\ II, L. I e--- Yid

Mrs Math Wasdln of Graham, and !Mrs. J.oJ.\ Corpening prefer Humming Hlrd. They ure hospital In Jacksonville\ last Hrownleo' who will spend severaldays Word has been received at Sarattotu -

was a visitor here Tuesday. and Mrs.> C A. Knight spent Wednesday found In all shades at Stump's week, )III rapidly! Improving, and there. from the American Mum uri

In Jacksonville Store.Mr.. i will he brought home Saturday. ------"---- of Natural tul'Y, New York, that 7
pry -, I! Mr, and Sirs Hubert ]0'. DeinorcBt the tonsil remains of a 'hnintw
See Stump's for dolls and toys
Tom Sawyer Shirts for boys at and Mrs. Paulldl11l1n of Special I sale on silk dresses litStllml1'l4 spent first' of tho week inAntertens skolton sent to the museum recently -

.lf.lft J. M. Alvarez. Newark, N. J., will spend the holidays \- I $11.50 valuo for $4.95lel1l'h. tin., with her parents.( by a local I citizen may .
Mr. R. 11. Green was a visitor represent
Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Johimou. They
--- -- the oldest fossil of
hero with Mr. and Mrs. John
here from Hrooker last Friday. Mrs II. S. l Edwards and children Uglow. ---- -, ._--- returned Tuesday und left the, fol- bile man ever discovered on the

have rturned from a trip to Jack Mr. aid !II I'll. J. It. ttorlng, J\\'., lowing day for Ist where) American continent, tf not In the
t Nice line of Ties In Christmas t they will spend several) weeks.)
sonville. I Special sale on silk dresses at of iaincHvlllu( Mr Frank Carpenter entire world, t ,
tr\ ,
boxes, 50c. J. M. Alvarez.
Stump's, $11 .CO value 1 for $4.95.! 1 1MI' and Miss VirginiaVo'ks/ of .
Bath robes all sizes.: Morgan's. Starke, spent the wnok-euit" I In
-
Mia. J. 7') Moore of Lawtey was -
o.. In, Starke Tuesday afternoon -- '!. T. J. Alderman and little I Tampa with Mr. and Mrs II (C ELECTRIC TRAIN FREEOne
Register at Corpenlug's DrugStore daughter, Frances Mrs. Edward Drown

Auto tops, cushions and cushion for the give-away 5-11) box HnriiH and 1 Miss )Elizabeth: Craig I dlllllt't' with rash ilollarH worth of work Drunlnx I><,<". illll
Snappy looking neck- covers. M. Levlton. 26tf of Norris Candy were In Jacksonville Saturday. : A splendid silk hose point
heel, $1 ,75, others at H 00, $1 50)
---- --- -- -
Gainesville Van Iletuen the collar I and up. !Morgan's/: Steam Pressing Company
wear; the latest patterns Mr. 1', N.'Llmbiiugh of Lakeland Mrs. A. V. Long of -- eVt'I'YI I
here. spent Saturday .here with Mr. and Ine is wearingRive him a box for I
all in Xmas spent Tuesday visiting Mrs. J. M. Urowiilee. Christmas. J. M Alvarez. _.M.(__........___ _...........___ -..... .___' .n__.
end boxes: ------ u:! !!ti ;rntK'\L' 't t..1M. .1lL{), ____-__- _. -il" "'. I rti
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Mr. C. A. Krlnson of Hugh was
a visitor here Wednesday.Miss Gifts for the whole family at Frederick Guy, of the University !
75c&$1.00Men's Stump's. of I"lor.IMpent! the weekend jl
: roLs rt r- I
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Jessie Williams and Miss ---- with his parents, Ilev. and. i, \
Rcba Maxwell of Hampton were Mi1. A. IJ. Surrency of Brooker, Mrs., J. T. Guy I !
was a business visitor here Mon I t j
day. Mrs.V, K. Mlrtdlelon, MUses :

_._ Madgo and !Hazel 1\llIldl'lon and ,
---- -- -- -
CENT A IYORfl\VANTED Mrs II. Wimberly and Miss 11I'fIV, 0. bile were In Jackminvllle I I j jI

Ethel !Kicks of Highland, spent Saturday. jI I
5 t I
COLUMN Saturday afternoon here. I
Corpeniiig's Drug Store Is giving H

: Good paper shell pe Dresn Shoes for men '0 nd boys, away a large bottle of lien iI I i
cans. F. A. Scott It* $2.95 und up J. M. Alvarez. Bur perfume Inquire at the store

for particulars.Mrs. : I ij

FOIL SALE -- Mowing machine Mr. J. O. Boyd spent the weekend j

good( as new. Cheap for cash. T. with I Kbbln: Rogers and family \V. K. M'ddleton spent several '
Wainwright, Lawtey. 12-13- near Lake Butler days of thlsJweek in Savan .\
2t. -. .." .,. -- nah (Ia? with Dr. and Mrs K, L.
j
:
Mrs M. D. IJumgarner$ and Myrtle Middleton. / .1 .
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FOR SALE' Shingle mill, com- Reddish wire In Galnesvillu: ------- -- -

Sox; the very best plete, priced right to sell. If Tuesday afternoon. Delicious cakes made to order

Interested see C. F. Lltchfleld.Urookei Will also cater social
brands, both lisle and Fla. 3t* Mrs 1' n, Maddox and !Mrs. I Raleii reasonable. Mrs. nn'ail's'l

Chase Maddox of Archer were 1y.1 Weeks. Phone 40. If I ,

silk, solid colors and the FOR SALE Light Ford truckat Starke last Thursday ;;
a bargain. Good running I Mr. Oeo. W. Marks DeLand j
new fancy patterns condition. Mike Maruca, Starke. Mr. and Mrs. R. 1'. Jourdan of I Bpont the week-end here with Mrs.
Wildwood: were guests of Dr. and :Marks who In visiting! her parents,
12.20.3t'I I Mrs. E. L. Dlggs last week. ;\1.'. and Mrs. A. M. Darby. 1
25c50c75cBeautiful : i ,
..
.
FOR RENT: Two apnrments, )
one downstairs and one up- Linen Handkerchiefs for men at Mr. and Mrs. Glen n. Searing

stairs "Furnished. Mrs F II. Morgan's. have returned -Starke after a j
It- several weeks visit with friends
Long
!
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Mrs. T. '1', Long, Mrs. D. p, Carpenter and relatives !in New Jersey
and Miss Ethel: Griffin were
good -- -
FOR SALE Carload young
a c
a
mules well broke priced right. In Jacksonville Saturday For men, nothing better, Thermo y J'1 ti h Ii l lT
-- -- sweaters and Sport Coats. J. M. /
Sell or trade. T. A. and J. T. T u A
Andrews, Lake Untler. It* Mesdames E. L fllggs! n, J. Da- Alvarez.:/ y r 1 f +

vis and J. \Andrews, Jr., spent ,
Wednesday In Jacksonville. Miss Mona Alderman of Tnllabi -
I.'OW "
Grade Jersey
FOR SALE ,
touring ----- ; ee will\ spend the Christmas
calf. Overland car
an1 J
l make good berry truck; cheap The Quality Store Is headquar-. hol'days! here with her parents
cow. tera for sensible gifts. Mi and Mrs GV. Alderman, ,I
for cash or trade for !good
F. J, Pattce Rt. A. It I
Mr. and Mrs. Allen Canova of Sir Charles Darby Is expected

FOR SALK: Five Room Bungalow Ocala, were guests of relatives In homo this weekend! from New Or- ..,
on church street all mod- Starke Sunday. leans, La., where he has been attending
Tulane University.Mr. .
Price $2-
erate conveniences.
shirts Arrow Wilson Bros. Guaranteed hosiery ---- -- -
; 600. Apply to V. L. Johns. 12-
at J. M. Alvarez. Junior McDonald arrives 'j

and other noted brands; 20-2t thin week-end from Lenoir Rhyne 'jj j

1 cord to Mr. and !Sirs A. L. Kahr, Jr., College at Hickory, N C., and will
WOOD FOR SALE N
white broadcloth and and Mrs. 'J. L. Anderson, spent spend his Christmas vacation here
200; 16 In. to ft., both light- Monday In Jacksonville. --.---....- ,
orderat
newest fancy patterns wood Strout and Farm green.Agency Leave Mr. In- Infant's knitted wear bootees, II.(

12-0-Bt' New shipment of Ladles' 'oats hoods> sacques, sweaters at Mor '

$1 $1.50 $1.95 man. and men's overcoats at Stump's. gan's. J ij
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SALE Fourpiece'living I What'III Give Him ?
FOR Mrs. Harvey Long of Jackson Mrs. J. M. Davis left Sunday for
suite, player piano II
room
living
one folding cot, vllel, was here attending the Santa Monica, Calif., for an extended ,
two dressers Doyle-Gill wedding Wednesday. visit with her parents, Mr. ,
table, baby carriage
library and Mrs. W. B. I'ryne. ... .. _.. ... .
swing. Apply to V. L. '1I.ar ;: -="""DI! '_ _-'- : > ''JI;;{ T..r _..
porch Messrs. D. W. Moore, L. II. Hill I'
12202t'F'OR
Johns and D. C, KInlaw were visitors Make a Christmas shopping
A. complete line of Dolls, here from Lawtey Wednesday tour through Stump's Store. Gifts SOMETHING in wearing I
SALE Eight lots $50 I

Toys, and things for the each, one or all; four on paved See our bargains in ladles coats for all apparel, of course! Some- SHIRTS '
lots three blocks .
street.. Large $10.00 at Morgan's. Miss Elizabeth Kendrick has returned ,
kiddies as well as HandBags from high school building, shade from Red Springs and thing that's practical i ;

trees, etc., Apply at the Telegraph Mrs E. S. Matthews, Mrs. O. L. Ellzabethtown. N. C., where she something that please NECKWEAR
1* may
Boxed Ilandker- office. Beasley and. Miss Florence Mat- spent the past two weeks with

thews were in Jacksonville Satur- friends. his vanity. And here is the PAJAMAS
ciefs and Onion
and Collard
Boudoir Lamps CABBAGE, day. '
and stocky.By ,
Plants. Well rooted Mrs. A. S. Crews IB expected to Store that answers your
various other gifts for p"epald mall, 600, $1.00; Mr. Thomas S. Williams Jr., of return today from the Riverside I MUFFLERS l

1000, $1.76; by express, 1000 Carlysle School at Bamberg, S. hospital in Jacksonville where she question with one of the

the grown ups. $1.00; ;,6000, 4.00; 10,000, C., is! spending his vacation with has been a patient for the past GLOVES
finest selections in
/ $7,50"-Prompt shipment. Cole- his parents here. fow days. I' holiday tf
man Plant Farms, Tlfton. Ga.
121321.ASBESTOS its history. Merely a few
Mr. C. II. Coulter of Tallahassee Stetson and Etchlson dress hats SWEATERS

spent several days on businessat The Dependable Store. J. M, 'AI- I suggestions among manyare
the State Forestry Offlce here varez.
Pay this store a visit and SHINGLES, ROOF- this week. presented in this adver-' BELTS
Mr. and Mrs. C II. McNulty had

you will soon find out ING Mrs. R. R. Brown of Jackson- as recent guests Mr. and Mrs. Oeo. I/ tisement.

BUILDING MATERIAL MILL- ville lathe,, guest of her soninlawand Stevens of Muacangon, Mich., who W'----- --- ..__. ._'..." .., --_....,..--;..........-......__--_-- ____-..__-
that it pays to buy at daughter, Mr. and Mrs O. A. stopped over on.their. way to Tampa I .
WORK: LUMBER Andreu. i GET THE HABIT OF BUYING AT '

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"Anything Contractors USII" Mr. andM O. E. Stansburyand Mr. Harmon''Etroman ban arrived ,
Write for our low cash prices f. o. daughter<,s?Miss? Edna were from Washington, D. C., and, THE BARGAIN STORE

b. :your job via truck afternoon of his brother-in-law i
visitors to Gainesville Tuesday Is a guest ,
STERNBERG'SSTAnKH S KNIGHT BUILDERS' SERVICE and sister( !o1J.. and Mrs. S. S. I We clothe the whole family for less money

St. JukIlOD.UJe.Florllb DowllntrMr. .
127 W. Forsyth Mr. and Mr*.' Raleigh Dowling I j, .- : :- ': .. ':?. '. :. -."' ". ,: : J; : ""c. : -. _. ,.' _. : :: -. .
U U..u. and children'ot Jacksonville were James William Brown let
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p..um SIX BRADFORD COUNTY TKLKGRAFII.: RTARKK.; FI-ORTDA FRIDAY,. DirHMItKR: : 21)t..,,,

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....".. Farm WomanIs ford, Mrs. B. J Lewis of Drook-I I the U. S. Department" of AgrIcul- According to reports) "i..? ,, ''I

I er. ture; Mrs. Josephine ArnqulstDakke many of the newspapers Hi..,. Ili
,
-F'a; rsnd p How to head of home economics only slight damages ?\
U. S. Canning The grand, champion winner In autumn' 1
Farming department Iowa Stale Agricultural the
recent cold < ,
the contest// was M\rsMary Hvaua snap rI| ,n ,,i I
I RaisePoultry of Kennan, Wls., whose entry of a college\ ; and Miss Elaine lettuce was really. assist i d>i i I. 1
Champion Maasey in charge of girls club cold In many of the ,, ',
(Hy Agricultural Editor) I quart of green peas brought bur vi-gi i
work for the state of Mississippi
-' $1250. Mrs. Itvtum was awarded lions the cold weather I hi, I uflclal II

-- .. .. .-- .. .. -- i By Dr. L. D. LeGear, V. S, Urmlfoixl County housewives.. hail first prize of $250 I) by the judges .'-- to these crops (C',m I

i Farmers and Truckers Arc Invited to Contribute Ar. St. Louis, Mo. Enlt'h'M In National Punning for the best entry In the vegetable; Peaches Should Be were also benelltted In I'I<, .I
Pr.LeGear!. iraduatc of the OntarioVeMrlnarr class, and $1000 as grand sweepstakes : weather rather than clam.. ,d I
titles of Farm Experiences and Methods Found ; Coiletia IB Z. Thir'.lu l: 'lIlIh'Ht. I +--- .
I year.of veterinary practice on dl....... prize for the finest jar of
To lie nest Suited'to Our Country of live Mock end poultry Eminent.uthorltl food lu the three clauses of vegu-\ Sprayed For ScaleIt Aviation was the topii' ,,..1.i i
k on poultry and tack railing. Great
Interest line been occasioned !Ida's
-- .-- ." -- .. .. .. Nationally known poultry breeder tables, fruits and meats. Advancement PrniimiTallahaBaeo :t ,
-- -- -- l Noted author and lecturer. among loral housewives in the \ Saturday ,
BH -- -- I The first prize! of $250 In the Is about time to "spray' peach ,
announcement from of the
Chicago Doyle K. Carlton
meat class went to Mrs. Dudley and plum trees for scale stated J, moved in' I'I n,?. f i ,I
Selling Beef Cattle -" -- Article XIA* prize winners In the National Canning Brooks! of Iloba Red, Ala., for a R. Watson entomologist of the ths! important industry in h.." ,I II'Jalgn. ,'
Contest held recently. Amongthe A
jar of hlcken, while Miss Margery }o'lol'ldNxperlmt'nt Station. One telegram was 111>pal| ",, i I..j. |
\ (iOOD I START IH! Bradford county women who to the
Drew of Athol Mass. Ule Is all that Is state chamber of "team
As One Year Olds won spraying recommended i
Is 11.\IJo' Till! IIAI'H) had entries In the contest were: which Is conducting
prize: of $250 on a jar of pears ad- and this should be given dur- a HIII\ ", "I,
Mrs. Mable Wainwright of Brad-
,
judged first in the fruit class. ing the winter before growth startsto contemplated public and pr' ,

k Profitable To One Man :Much Are Knx'iul.i lliitHllol on uHnx Ih i' \Vny I beI'lrat t'lilcks ''I In all $5825 In cash prizes was put out. enterprise furnished., asking that full ilinn ",

distributed to the 208 winners In One of llme-Hulphur colu-
Few I)II>'H of Their K\lst:: <'iir('. clean water Into which Is dissolved part _. .
lb -- Chick the contest in which more than lion to eight parts of water may be -
Tablets.
i'orrwt feeding 1'1.wl.'tI Water or milk '
Sometimes a little change in our 25,000 girls from used for Dont shoot rabbits thul ,
should women and every this spray, he stated. This im.i,
E Radio KlifM'M lie Put Into Effect: From lie given: In clean shallow
methods of managing farming op Program I dishes section of the United States had Is not a simple mixture of lime and lazy or sick ; they might hat .. i'Ilaremla. ,
the Stm1. or drinking fountains so arranged -
erations enables us to make extra that the chicks entries. sulphur but It is made by boilingthe the disease that huniun

profits. So we should be on the Over WRUF For Into cannot get Mrs. Hvass Is a veteran canner two together, whkh vastly can contract from haudllni. i 1,1,,i,
them
"As the twig In bent so will the with their feet.
;
i lookout for little changes that may and puts up yearly between 000 changes them. Tho commercial bits.

h ,, moan little or large savings.! ]Hverythlug : Christmas'Veek tree be Inclined;" was not spoken them Alter their about first 48 feed to 60, placing hours, give the and 800 quarts of food to cut IIv- mixture, according to Mr. Watson

q we do to save expenses of chicks, but the proverb (fits food on clean paper or In shallow I :ng expenses. She had planned to la standardized and made by All poultry houses should i I,

if wo get good returns! means splendidly. Chicks! must get a trays ao they can see It and learn' put up ten quarts of peas for home means of live steam. This mix- very thoroughly cleaned and! d I..
more profit. Wllh a radio farm program going use this year but took extra ruin ture is more !satisfactory, is not Infected before birds .
r good start if they are to develop to eat easily.. Do not overfeed as artp\ 'I i ilu I
There are lots of cattle In }Florida < over WIIUP, the state owned Into' /good layers. In the first It Is extremely dangerous.; Baby with one jar she decided to enter very expensive, and, according to them for the winter.

} r' and many of them are being station and, each day next week farmers place, strong chicks are necessary. hicks should be fed about every In the contest. From her vegetable Mr. Watson, is probably better for I ---'--- .
! i sold 1 as boeves. There lias been others Interested will have Good three hours patch she picked a milk pail- the small orchard. .
for
the
chance environment sanitary quarters first two weeks
,. considerable talk recently about a to get valuable educational freedom from and and at time ful of peas and as she shelled them In the last few years oil emulsion -
dampness never any should they COFFINS & CASKETS
Florida farmers/ selling I their Information as they leisurely : of I he given she selected the peas by hand and has been largely used Instead
I the plenty warmth for comfort are more than they can cleanup
) young stuff: as 1-iby beef or as one The spend) holidays. all Important factors, hut nothingis In about fifteen m:nutes. Itll! then carefully sifted out those of of lime-sulphur due to the fact 'Anil n Kiill Linn of
yi,ar old stuff and not keeping programwill! begin at one quite Important much better to them even size by use of colander.. The that it can be used for purple Undertakers'
o'clock so as properfeeding keep hunJl'rythlln Supplies
raw,, tlyee/ or four years. At first lust for eastern standard time, and to stuff them during this per result was a jar of perfectly uniform scald and whitefly on citrus. A

I'' this doesn't seem so plausible, but 30 minutes on the station's Tho ideal feeding method la one iod. peas which amazed the :2 I per cent solution of oil emulsion Al-TOMOItlLK: : I IE.UtsCA :

on closer Inspection It in found to Tho frequency ot 830 kilocycles. .,/hlch keeps the chicks growing; Scutter a little grain and fine judges. Dire Hvass plans to use Is used and is effective. let are on 11m.... '('h, lirntMtkr

a be pretty good Idea outlined programs for < next week every minute. If your present grit In the litter I the first day 01'two the $1250 In stocking the little +--- % Irf* lit the inn eel prlri'NS

h I recently talked with: a cattle as Extension by the Florida Agricultural methods are accomplishing! that result after you start feeding them farm with purebred HolsteIn cows, Use all the mistletoe you like |>f<'lnl I nllvitllon <<> tel<* .III.I.|

raiser who says he has been selling 8.Ltlll'daDee. Service, follow: !' do not change but unless and teach the little fellows to an ambition she nurtured for many for Christmas. It's a parasite and orlC'rM
his cattle 21 Agi cultural( 1":(H'I'I.:1t: 1':1) f:"11 \I.MIH:
old for
as one year : News yonr chicks are developing regu- scratch. If they find some of the I years.A saps the tree of its vital julc s.
some time and that he gets as Review. slgn'flcunt: fact revealed by the __u_______
grain
In the litter
'arly to that will learnto
Monday, Dec 23 Locat'ng: the from day day so you they DEWITT C. JONES
much money from each one year contest Is that American housewives Large red and
black
Apiary -.. R. .N. Foster, apalry In- can literally and actually see them scratch readily, and as soon as ants are s'CINICW:: l'r.Onrl
old cow an he does from three and with the grow, you will probably profit by they learn to scratch all their are abandoning to a great among the most dangerous enemies -
spcctory State Plant
four year old cows. This Is due, Board. changing to another plan. That grain; feed should be fed In the extent the old-time canning meth- of bees In Florida<

he says, to the fact that the mar- If. O Pruning the Citrus Tree- does not mean a more difficult or litter, as exercse! Is very Importantfor ods, like the open kettle, cold puck,

t ket pays very much better prices Agricultural Clayton, district agent Florida complicated one. On the contrary, baby chicks. It causes growth hot pack and water bath, In favor

for one year old stut?. Of coursea Extension Service. It often means simpler and easier and wards off disease. I can usually of the steam pressure cooker method
cow will hardly weigh ,muchat Tuesday, Dec. 24 Flashes to advocated by the U.
as S. Department
citrus and vegetable methods-most certainly more effective teach my chicks to scratch! the STRAWBERRY
from PLANTS OF
growers QUALITYFor
one year of age as at four yearsof U. S. ones. second or third day, and then I' of Agriculture. Fully 75 per
age, but it is often the case that Department of Agriculture. The time to start proper feed- scatter all grain In the litter. cent of the prize winning jars Including

the older the animal gets, the tide Wednesday and the Home Dec. 25 Yule- Ing Is the very moment your chicks Litter very essential for baby Mrs. Hvass'! were put up fifty years we have grown and sold the best straw

lower Is the price per pound offered Gleason, state home -demonstration Miss Flavia arrive from the hatchery or when chicks that are brooded Inside. It by this method. Mrs. Hvass pro> berry plants grown. See our agents and get your orderin

by I the market. taken from the nest or from your Is the means of providing the exercise ceased her prize peas in the pressure with them mall direct
Since this: much agent: What is the End of it All? cooker or same to me. Plant crop l Is
man which she
can get
as uses ever]
i for a steer when it is one year old Kditorlal editor by the )late Agriculturist.}<:. E. Miller own chicks incubator.are killed: every Thousands year by of growth necessary and continuous for the appetite.chfck's It day In her cooking, and attributestho short this season every place so we advise you to get or-

I as be can when It Is three why Souther' premature feeding or by being!: should be dry and clean and free greatest part of her success in der In early and make sure of your wants.
Thursday, Dec 28
should he want to keep It the ex- Primer from mold winning the prize to her method
tra years? Hn has feed and pasture for Town Farmers from U. S. De- given the wrong kinds of food or must. of canning. M)' agents are N, I). Wainwright/: .Jr., P. F. Flump.Itrownloo < ,
materials Chaff that Is
during their first few found In all straw
ot
bills to those two partment Agriculture. Judgea In UPON., Bradford County Htrnwlirrry Absolution
pay during years hours of freedom. makes excellent litter for chicks. I the National Canning

'1 and the steer may die, so It Is decidedly ly Friday Chicks, Dec.In) 11130.N.27 Grow. Health- Nature provides all the nourishment In fact I prefer It to any other. I Contest, which was sponsored and J. )f. Moor, I.mitoy; 1.11Prln'N good Missionary"
II. Meh-
: to the advantage of this rhof, extension! poultryman. FlorIda needed by a chick during the Shake the chaff from the straw by the Sears Roebuck Agricultural from young beds, 1OOO to 5OOO, $:1.: Over 3OOO, $i.73; f.
: ,
cattle raiser! to sell his stuff as Agricultural Extension Service first two or three days of Its life and use it for the chicks Alfalfa Foundation were Dr. Louise o. b I here.

one year olds. Just before It emerges from the Is good, but it should not be as fine Stanley, chief of the Bureau of
Points In Productive
In addition to the greater'profltsthe I Poultry, Five Breeding Dr. N. W. shell, what is left of the yolk a, dust, as that will get Into the Home Economics; U. S. Department J. A. BAUER
cattle raiser gets, the consumer of Agriculture, Dr Margaret
which nourished the chicks before nostrils of the chicks and cause'
is given a beef animal that Suiiborn Florida professor of poultry husbandry hatching )It s absorbed: into its abdominal Inflammation. Bright straw, hay or"" Justin, president of the American LOCK BOX 3H JUI)SO\IA, ARK.

is i tender and does npt have much ,, College of Agriculture cavity. Thin supplies all alfalfa cut Into short pieces\ make Home Economics Association Geo. ._ . .
,., ,
waste Farrell, head of junior club work .. ... C'A, .'r..II. ,f\\i\\'I .. iI'.' !'i"\ !". Iit. \; '' \)",,,,,
excellent litter .. ,
he for ,
The Farm Question Box will be i nourishment needed for the baby chicks.I >""JL-"W' "''IT.' 'c1Q';.:!! ;k' ",1 '
Wo .!could In the
: Investigate this matter middle western, states for
the concluding number Monday first 48 to 80 hours. Tp feed any have carried on hundreds of
I of selling young beef and see Wednesday and on thing pine during that time may experiments during the past fifteen ,
.t if it wouldn't be to our advantageto .Friday. lead to serious digestive disordersuusing years and as a result of the knowledge -- '-;IIi.gll i;;;;; u IUlIll'I: r' iimium,iiiiiiiiii;!:fiiiiiiiiuiiiiiii i i iiimiiiiui) ,

do that. Then If we decide to death later on If not at thus gained, I have developed I

sell our cattle; as one year olds, we Dairy Cows ShouldBe once. A considerable percentageof a very successful method of

f should give them plenty of feed 8oI'llledVhlt Diarrhea canes feeding baby-chicks. Unfortunately i

and keep him growing from the Bred In Winter aimed by premature or Improper I lack of space prevents me from
time they are born until they are I
feeding at this time. i Incorporating my method In this ,
sold so they will put on considerable While chicks should receive no article altho I hope to give It In the'next 1 -5-

weight and bring more 're I'lnn Now for IVriiiiinrnt l"''wtnvnixl <' grain, plash or other solid food I( one Should you miss the

turns. f' Succulent )0'.104 luring the first 48 to CO hours, next article or desire any further
... .- .
they can have water fresh butter 'nformatlon about the handlingand

f I If dl1lr'mf>supplying fluid milk milk or sour milk from the start. feeding of baby chicks I shall -iffwel

: .1.11 (il.K.VMMJH: I to< the titles of the state will breed [If tho milk is available water Is be glad to answer any questions

Front dull Jlojs' ltceords I their herds for fall freshening and not necessary, otherwise see that addressed to me In tore of the -
I arrange for at least a GO-day dry they constantly have before them dltor of this paper. i I ?t(
period during the summer months I r r

wlitMi the surplus is a serious problem 1
Some of the accomplishments of for the milk markets of the 4(011qs4'k

Florida 4-H Club members as taken ..tttto. It will relieve them of many
from the records of ]l. W. 'FoDAYF
,
losses, state H.imlln L. Brown, ex
I rtlacklock, boys' club agent for the tension dairyman for the Flor.'da: I Y4 %
k ; Iii
Florida Agricultural Extension Agricultural Extension Service
Service are given below and will ,yyy+r
.' According to Mr. Brown, December 1 a ec ylpa N
give some idea of the quality of January and February are .jave I

'work club members are doing: the months to put this program; II

t Hlllsboro county: The 51 boysreporting Into operation. It will bo wise: I j chcoJe-

lu the, corn club produced for the dairyman to dispose!: ot
15 an average yield of 07.0 bushels cows that freshen In the spring uk s4floo.

K(> per acre. Five of them jtrodiielf and summer: and replace: them with ? C1N
? ed nn avel'age.of 107.5 bushels per cows bred to freshen In the fall. I vi Lr l "t r :R
i ril'l I I
ai-re.( White! Is u good; season to feed! ,
Santa Rosa County: Twentytwocotton those poor producers u ration rat ii- I "1i!

club boys made an average nr h'gh'! In carbohydrates such as 3 :

profit ot $27,70 per acre on their corn, ground oats, beet pulp and !
1 cotton club work for 1929. I'C
Milage; and fatten them for the t
Leon County: Twenty-two dairy spring beef market as prices for

d club boys exhibited 27 animals at beef are generally; highest In -ni oiuLt ,

the 1929 county club contest.! Several March. April and May. There Is

l; of the animals were bred always: a good local demand during :I .

fl heifers which the boys had ruined these months. The range; cat- ScreenGridRAD101446

' In 1928 from calves.' I tle are not In condition for beef. 1

Marlon County: John Williams It Is time for dairymen to look

Jr.. ban a start toward dairy herd forward to getting sufficient land

,i from his club work. He has three to provide plenty of succulent winter A 7 AtCCUI

purebred cow. animals two heifers anda feed In the such northern as oats and part rye of pasture the- AVU G : } (

Union County: Lena Bennett dida stats with an abundant supply of

good job of trapnegtlng lier poul ullage. .
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try. Lena started the year with 34 In the southern part of the statea "LISTEN. my friends, says economy, it is sure to 'fit1 any-
laying pullets. She culled and lost good mixture of grasses used In Think of it.The! acknowledged leader in 1 \ .

t down to 21. Of these one laid a permanent pasture! when seededon Santa, "take a piece of advice one, and it grows more and

'J 298 eggs; in one year and six laid most soils and kept well fertilized screen-grid radio now at n price anybody i .

over 275 eggs. In addition to her will produce large returns for from an old man and choose a more valuable, by reason cf

'ttf pullets she brought 100 more the market milk producers. Beet can afford. Liberal allowance on your old

chicks and raised 91 of them. Her pulp Is a very expensive substitutefor gift of permanent and increasing compounded interest, as the

:1i, profit for the year Is $187.13. winter grazing crops and sI- seta-easy payments. When you buy from t
value. I have
lage. Dairy records show that a big bagful years roll on. Now then friends,

\' -a.(( riVIl PLEDGE: good grazing crops will reduce the us you know you are certain to get courteous J
feed cost about half.IMItMKHS of present here, but to my mind who wants a deposit book from

I pledge my head to clear thinking -- treatment 'and superior service.Smith's .
: "AW HKCUUKO.IKM: : :! a savings account is the peer the BANK OF STARKE?

My heart to greater loyaltyMy IJ..l'S'fIUT"I( : : .\It
of of them.
Service Station any Not
hands to greater service
:My health to better living for A calendar for 1930 that was 4 That's MY idea of a
is it of
intrinsic
My county, my community, and my planned for rural Florida has Just IIINI':'_ IIJlilibulWlillIUIIWIIItIill"! "'!!!,,!,\'''' '' '.' 1"11"11"1"11111''' ''''' tlIV4'IN.11./IOUIIIUIpb!::.. / !!! ',rliIIUIIi' ,lien'IIIINIII't', IIII'lll.IA'''' .,' i"'11'1111"11I"1'' ''H" ''I''r'R'P"'I'' ''.'' 1,, only : ;
sensible Christmas
country. been published by the Florida Agricultural Per Cent
value in itself but it '
i
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Extension Service. Each ,
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The 39th annual Tuskegee Negro page contains some of the high HD interest gift !
We Q inculcates habits of
: Conference at Tuskegee Insti spots in the farm and home life of can charge yourSmith's

tute. Alabama was attended by Florida, and pictures throughout t

s. 1,200 negro farmers from nine depict agricultural Improvement. STORAGE BATTERY In .I

r Southern. states Farmers and farm women of

E Florida can secure a copy by writIng BANK
1 One hundred and eight club the Agricultural Extension, or OF STARKE

.1 boys enrolled In club work In by asking the county or home demonstration -

Hlllsborough county this year according agent to do the same. Garage Clarke ,

f to C. p. Wright, county The supply la limited, and request r AN HONOR ROLL BANK
agent. should be Bent In at once. .
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" :" "'\" "' ionic" .on Lake Geneva.Mf ittonded. (the dance at Dalton Cur- T. .lutl.. illlc,, Nov 311. 1 I'I2'I':' 123(1.1' !)

\ have become HO depleted that It it. :::: ., -,.-"....; 11",'""-,,' ;: and Mrs. Thuyer and two t tor's Thursday night "Vliln.t** I'rnMlon Fnnil. ',iTt

: Wants Our Help going to be impossible for the' So I -- ; -/ Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Carter woretlmopulng .lull. du,- Nov. 1 I. 192tt __ 127tt.4l!
j hi ltirt'im of Moadvllle Pa In
clety to provide-as every dollar 1 tte. : 5..' /I'-{ a are in Starke Saturday night. Hy amt. rolliu'ted __

This Christmas that comes In must be um-d to provide I : .u- In- Muck house' for the winter. Miss Gladys Carter, Myrt'e': To 1>1\1. due Nov. 30, 1929 -_ ..1230.49

(? i V V.vTby >; Mr: )Fred Miller of Conneautukf. :-. OilfMtnidlnirTo ;
the Norman and Gasklmi
necess'tles Darby
of life motored
for tin.children -
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linL duo Nov. t I. 11121! ._ : .
Pa. Is in 1 Keystone: Heights I IJ'in u
to Starke Sunday afternnn. Hy icitit. iolli.I .lcil .
; namely food clothes and l rcf1i ii\ < S
''I 1 'I 1'1"> (Children's Home Society ot place to live. a lamp unto my feet. and a light unto my path.-Psalm I 119:105.: 'or n short. time. J. S. Norman' nnd son, Lenmon. To bnl. due Nnv 30. 111211 12111: I j"' c

Fl.I. i )ula IB looking tor a thounnudiM The Society through its stuto I I :Mr. and Mrs. Gravelle and were transacting business in Jack- Cy O.nianchn W. ALDKMMAN Alilermnn., ('1)"'rk.,r.
superintendent ltr1'nnr : All
I'' >tiB. business firms, dubs, Marcus C. "Daddy" \Jo tlinfif ..1 11.>.l .* creed J religious il teaching, doctrine or 1 laughter.: Louise ot New York lonvtlla Saturday -- -.---. -

i.ilm1., ..'. churches. Sunday( schools, 1"0" ltg, Is therefore making an urnem -I Upon the love, loyalty and devotion of the people, they must are be to in have harmony any claim with ire on) their way to Miami Beach Miss I Essi lo Johns of Jflcksonvllh :\ O'I'I.tl I Til ('u"I'11 "IUIIH

people's societies' or other the teachings or Jesus the Hopped In Key toiie Heights for a
Minns' appeal for one thousand Christ whoRe words fit into every" fold< and! crevice spent tim week-end with her sister -
,I. I"UPII. to be Santa Claus to a per ot the human heart, end or whom it was said in John 7:46 "NEVER hort vhlt'lIh Mr. and Mrs. \\". Mrs. Laurie Carter. Seamed bid will be r c,.lvpit by tIm.. W
i. MAN
sons business
,
firms or clubs, I SPAKE LIKE TIIIS hoard of llond1 Tru"teM of t the ('It V
tlimmancl) homeless, orphan, aban groups, to act as Santa Claus to MAN. H. Ogden. Mr. and\ Mrs. 1.11111'1Cl1rter' Ra' of Htarkr, Fltriin. at the oitlo.- nf

doned. afflicted, crippled' and needy How Mrs. George Skinner Mrs. B. H sir Johns liiissell the lcik of Haiti bouril until 7:30: p. !
and for its hundreds of may we receive strength ? fits BO Carter were vli-
little easily
ones obtained! that many Weld !Mrs.\ J. H. Lawrence !Mrs.I. m. on I the 27th olIO) of Dnivmbrr A. !
Florida children, under Its Answer I
I little who otherwise will be a sad group read --- Jeremiah 31:3.: persons will not accept them us a (ting here Saturday n'ght. It., 13!' ,. and at that time piihll>'lyotipupil
H.
Houser and Mrs. W. II.
,are In Its four receiving homes In of homeless kiddies on Christmas Trust l III"c'I"I.hll l | | free- gift. The birth and life of Og- Mr. Leonard l Johnson of Hal- for tho count. ruction of an addition

I lakeland, Pensacola. Miami and Matthew 16:24.: 25. 26. Then Jesus :jon were shopping In Gainesville ford was visiting Miss Thelma to the light anti water pliiutof
Day.You gave to mankind a vastly Thursday.Mrs. the .mild. City of Hlaiko Malil nildltlon -
I' Jacksonville, and in family bourd- and every other reader of aid Jesus unto His disciples, It 'I higher estimate of chllhood and Browning Monday night. to he of brick conrretn. in'
II.
J. Misses
,. InK homes, foster homes, special this article are cordially and urg- any man will come after me, let motherhood. May we not all unite Lawrence Mr. and !Mrs. J. S. Norman were (it her fir i'i roof matorlnl.HinclfliiitlonM I.
schools hospitals all him ;Uelen[ Lowrel1( p. Elizabeth: \ Caug- I <>r xuld hulltllntr I 1 )
tra nlng of ently Invlted'to be a Santa Clausto deny himself and take up his In (this Christmas writtenby visiting her sister Mrs. W. < nn
.
prayer he
Ruth Lawrence and ArneetuJffden HWiiriMl from t the Clerk of the
:.iey,
these little ones being dependent one ten fifty or a hundred or cross, and follow me. 25. Fur whosoever Mr. Stevenson" Norman Sunday\ afternoon. 11'1 Hoaid of Huntt '.ru..t.. ......
: In Jacksonville :Sat-
were
' on i he Home Society for whatever more of these little ones. All you will save h'a: life shall loseIt "Help us r'ghtly to remember Mr. I'<<:'ull Norman Darby ( A ccrtltlcil check nniountlUK ii.>

Christmas cheer or gifts may come 'need to do Is to send In your check : whosoever will lose his life for the birth of Jesus that that wi .irday.Mr kins and Owen Carter were 10 |ii>r rent of the amount of ttI t tmiiMl

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and Mrs. VII en Head of I nrcompany each lild
into their little lives. i or money order to the State Treasurer my sake shall find It. 26. For whatIs may share In the song of the angels Cnl'innutl.: Ohio. tho guests ing here Thursday night. I Th. board rfMervos (the right to r. -

You or your business firm or It. V. Covlngton. 428 St. a man profitted if he shall gain I the gladness of I the shepherds.and were hi c. irnd hi rs. Leamon Nor.man ject any or all hlilx.
of Mr. and Mrs.\[ W. II. Ogden! Sun-
fay and Monday, leaving Monday Chnlrmiin Pro Tern.C. .
Claus to Just one child-for one Home soul? or what shall a man give III'' Close tho door with her mother Mrs. MaggieBrowning. '
Society will do the rest- of hate and open for St. where A. (!TCrr,
Petersburg they expect -
dollaror you can provide a. real Food and clothing, are also exchange for his soul ? the door of lovelll/ over t thrworld. I .- t'lerk. 11-29-6-12-27.\
to spend I the winter.
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Christmas dinner for fifty cents PI'ayerfRY! --.-- ,
greatly needed : we not be slothful Let kindness -
and( will be warmly come with ,
One of the of the
homeless but happy events :\()'PI4 II OK I'INtl. l>(lrill il IINoti !
for just one h'ungry followers of them who David( Sltolt z. Daytona Beach
I welcomed at any one of the every gift and good( desires! with the
season was surprise party glvn -
\'unKster, or you or your club or tour through faith and patience Inherit president of Florida state chamber .
receiving homes of the Chil every gl'eetllllDpilver\ us from by the church choir at the .. In. hi-ri-liv given I hat xlxtr
firm can be Santa Claus to five dren's Home Society of Florida' at the promises.r evil by the blessing that Christ of ,commerce' has offered the dnvH titter thus. h"I'"r..n to-wlt : the
home of Mrs E. A. Smith Friday -
ten. twenty-five, fifty or a hundredor brlngK on complete services of that body to 22ml ,I..)' of JIt"unr)'. A. I'. I 1930: I, ,.
Lakeland and! teach
Miami, Fensacola and us to be merry evening'! for Mrs. Kdmi! Anderson the ini'lri-nlKiifil' ..,iiilnilnlHtrnlnr' the
more of these little helpless! Jacksonville. I with clean hearts. May the Christmas Governor Doyle K. Carlton (In pHtalo I of A. J. I',ts't, Vt, tli'fennod. will I I I
I NI'MIAY KCHOOIjLKSSON : who has resigned us pianist c.ar-I pn-Nciit' vmii.IMTS. ami llnal I ,
tlilldien bringing of real Christmas rying out I the J Florida nel VII (' my HI -
I : morning make UM happy to he after two years" of faithful service foiinlM MM .'.,,'h administrator' In the
joy to these little ones. Jacksonville- 16th Plggly store thy children and the Christ nut'sevening program contemplated( by t the governor I Ilonornhle tie.,. A. ilurdlnpr' ( rounly'
Music und delicious refreshments'
This year because of continued opened for business at ': I I (In connection with I the appeal jiidKK of Hrnilford: "uuIII I y, )Florid' .
Enterprise) bring us to our beds with
\ mude( the evening a most enjoy- and iiHk for his I npproviil, I and my
unfavorable business conditions:nd, Mac Duff avenues. FOII i.1'1'\1: :: umc: { ::::, IIMIU: grateful thought forgiving amiforgiven ) bin one. The committee( In charge by President I Hoover for more tiie.-hte u's.' IIH HIII'h uilniliilxtinioi
Thin\ 2Jnd day of .
construct Ion I In 1)30.!) November I'i2l" !
Subject : The Child In a Christian for Jesus'' sake. Amen. was :Mrs.! II. It. Weld Mrs. George N. 1) WAINWIlldllT';

r.- = World Skinner and<1 1\1 rs. C. II. Cl.irk.Mrs. -- 11-2211-1-17. AiliiiliilHlratnrNOIItl
1.111(0VlllplI Quarters at No. I
Onldeu, Toxt : "Suffer Little I'U I'SB\.TI-It: : S George\ Skinner Miss Ger- ] Til lllil'Mll: ii Iii In.:
1C UhodeMbllt Arcade being/ remodeled I I'llllHNollrn
How to PlayBRIDGE (Children and forbid( them not to II'IHI101l8' &'1' and Mr. Forest Buck for I In ---
occupancy near future
come unto me: for Hiich' Is (the Services Sunday December) 2?, us .Iruve to Gainesville Monday eve- Postal IM hnri-by nl\en that nil
by Telegraph ('om
tI///////1 pliny.
// kingdom of heaven." !Matt. 19:14.: follows) : l nliiK to sue "The Virginian." 11'i'IIHTH I I It-Knlccn, illdlrlhuteeH' and
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l Lesson Text : Luke 2:8-20.: 10 a. in Sunday school. J. M. Mrs. then Turi'lll who has beeu nil purnons I MnvInK clnlmH", nKaln .
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('UI vrv "MI : .:
I'I.U IVI'I':" HI.1VI. '
I th<' [lei ii to n Allen I ". M I llxwkit, tie'I'y
-Aa- 1' The little child should never ben Truby. aupt !ill I at her home here was tukeii MOVrill.tMUNI 1"1" P. M' 1"1.| "NT 'i'--! "ri.nNfil., nrr, htrehy rtiiuliod. to inn-, :

ci [ bUI.den.Ve may learn much It a. in. Morning[ worship sermon to Riverside hospital Jacksonville' : ui' t' 'IIOOI, !"'! "u" siit, c 1,11'. l.ilms 'lulv 11"11110..1..1

I )\\ecs 2y"3O by by the pastor I "Meaning\ of to theI I Ion.n .nl.1,1 I,' (let. A. t in rOli... r.
1 from a young child's Innoeency its Saturday evening for treatment IMxtrlct \... I I I County I JuilK .,f I Hritilfortl 0'ou it my,

Wynne Ferguson i humility, Its simple) faith and the Munger. The annuul church supper was, Kor I lliiidford, fount I y, for t lie Flfulilii," for hl. ipprovnl within one
i ii nr, .Inn... I IH2'lOt'idrnfl 0'I'fll', Irom, d.ilo ht.m'etf or thin .
i 7 Christmas hit lit ""-
m. exercises
BRIDGE" I trust its\ willingness and desire! to 1) by given Wednesday evening III 1 lieomnan.s C..I ".h..1 i"tioI... tinvlll i I I I l i.e ht-lil I In (linr t hereto .and

J Author of 'PRACTICAL AUCTION learn its willingness and desire to I the Sunday 11<'11001- II special program \\' Club house. About one .1,,""*' I, HUIlIEt' \ __ II1K.I,1101 I all IXTMOIIH, lixli'litpil I to Halil. eHtalejir.1 .
__ ri" |U.kHi-d(. I to pay I thi'lr Mnld ilohtu I
learn its lack of rear when in the of HOUR and recitations I also ii ii mired were present to enjoy the \ uVula luonlhllul ,XI foitliwlth to I Inn nnili'i-i-litncd. i'x... li- 1

Copyright) 1929,1 by Hoyle.1r. II anna of Its parent. What the a Christmas, tree mid treat for good supper prepared by t tho women July 1. 1)1211llUtrlcl)* .. __ 1263,17 tor's.'l'lu.
I. 2Mh day of Oc-tubrr, A. I).,
the children. All members' of the of the cli i'ch. After %I'. 1t
I
young feels toward its parent the ii supper u t niK'e June 1 I. 1I21I! \ .. 1110(1( ll1al.!
ARTICLE No. 11 u. -
Christian should feel toward God I church! und friends are cordially short business meeting was held. K"',''''IptH, ilurlnir .month __ IS.IK) ALTER If SKTiniJNT 1 : ANt MAI!
I IIIOWKI'I : 8 11:I U 3 'i'IN' 'V.
"'nrl'iii.' it'art __ !
AYIiat ore some of the important they: were the proper thing to do, so I and Christ. Jesus said (Luke 10 : Invited to bo present at these! Later Interesting: talks were given Hnl. July I.1t129 n tm month. 12!).GO l Iss'utor's. Mftnto] ;. of Alice. I'Itowke .U. ,

points: about auction that the average began to bid and! play in such a way 15)) "Whosoever shall! not receive Christmas' t services.C'nrol by Mr. George F. Tibbltts Mr. 11.II. IU.rh" "". :C 10-2B-Ot-l2-20.\ tleceisjt, i I 3

should remember? Here that theoretically at times I was all : Christmas lint i, limn .. 21.74 .
player are the kingdom of God; as a little winning Tuesday ( Weld and J. C. Larson, also two JUII"I --- .,
I lt tt''e I ii m'i 11'1 I mc month t ___ GJ7.MI -
three pointers from three different wrong, Lvcit my partners called me a (child he shall not enter therein." Kve; ) R'ngera: will meet at then :OHKS!: by Mr. Jack Weber added %Vtui'ui, ni" ilurliiK month ___ .. N' 0'1'11'1'1 C>!-' 'I'I'I.U' \'I'IU' ,

players: that are well worth, remember- as boob my but apparently that didn't illogical stop me bids as lonor anplays' We must accept and trust I the >an so at 9 p. m. sharp.Practice ; much to the pleasure of the eve- Hal.. July I.Itliri.1 I'll' !''.. :1rm __ 6G1.24 I-OII-')1' \-\ -ii.itN'itt : : > j

tag t aC'll'nIlM for I the (ChrlMtmus 1)1'0- uliiKA! clever little( musical ,, ....-ti ri .m. I, luiuUIH :
Tirst: "An Important thing for an upset my opponents and kept ; and promises of Christ very (. ne II"" m 311109 t leu 'IN hereby iflvcn, that I'. C*. 1

motion player to learn and remember winning for me." as. the child does those of its\ moth- t'.rjm will [be held at tie, in a liar munoloRiie/ com posed and Riven by 1 '1'lptn, dining diirlnir", nionllbWiirrnnlH Month----ltsSm,70. 113K (III nnd, Klovil I CroHhy, holilnm. of tax>

tint he cannot always be at his best. The foregoing advice can be taken ('I.. A writer says of Ooifs king t this Friday evening Social t lime I Mrti. KIU: Illrd( assisted by Misses t iivi'idmrt, .lulv I I. IH'ill: : 1 007.117/ ,A,elI. l I'I.flt. l 11'7.-ui!>:"! N.IIIIM.. 11M.IHi.it 4th xillil$duy rtirii-Hlu nf July,

That sounds! fairly obvious, yet some- ; for what it i is worth, but it certainly dom and salvation( "When it ,, a lid 1 laffey pull after (the practice.\ Gertrude I Houser, Arneeta and ( ..InMII., UI I I'.12II.'rh'l ><.. IKill. In mv': otllru' and ...".1.. nppllt'atlim,
I. 218.23
times a player goes a long way before should nuke all players think anti, by comes to men they merely receiveit. A cordial Invitation to all outurnices I Helen Ogden with Miss )':lIzlIhl>th ItiTolptN. duihiK month ..111IWII'rllnl. f.U:: tax: dt i ..*ill i ol .u.. thvreuri: I In, n.. I
,
he realizes it. Until he does, he wil I fret 1 starting thl"J1to think, cannot help Is iltirhiir nth ... ti'I' \> I t It It me. Hnht c,'i't t I II I li iit,'
( extended to all. l'tllt/l./ hey nt the piano was given nu> .. Iti th
like In I
as a little:child iit't'N e following i d euueri itatm'r"irllY 1
of bad
too much over a session play or but improve their James (llul I. July) 1. l 1929! 218.88IHIrIct Httuatoil
bail bidding. When he does realize it Wo cannot create nor change, nor --.- enthusiastic applause. >n. II 1 Florida tn-\\lt III: llratlforilIOIIMI.V.

however, he will sit down calmly anti End flays earn nor buy the blessings offered 11.11'TlsT Tho uiiiiutil bazaar given by t the Ovi-irtrnn I It."II", I '. ilurtntf.1,lil n" 1.niuiithWnrriintH I IJI8H. 10011.01/705.li' \ / W..I l hn Ir of Nail ho.t. (ouarti-r, ",

figure>: out why he made so many mist One of the usual statements heard by God. but must accept them with Wom'ln's Club w'll: be held In (tliu ilnrlnv. month .. H 21"M'tlc, : >n22, TowiiHhlii I II Mouth list,'se, ,
I MiiHt
i i .
kes. Having figured it out he will Hal July I, Inll: !! ... 200.2 fontiiInltiK NO nrren. ,
school 10.00. clubhouse and Thursday .
at a card table is "That was a pretty child-like trust. Sunday Itrlng gifts Wednesday IIrI... ... Tlin: iiNHKHNriianl I property
of his 7tint. II'rrl.I 'l
to the conclusion that ;
come none .
end play" or "Partner'OU missed a 'for( children. evenings with chicken tmnlr tho HnUt '* 'rm |lsuei| WMA I.
\ Our lesHou today tells of thoblJ.th orphan We are havIng / n pie Jllllft 1 1. lass -. 331.17 i
rniHtfikcfl are fatal and that, likens not I In tlm name of lIt re' Mimle: U.': M. John-. :
chance for an end play. H"'I"" t t> tlnrliiHT month I>'.fill()
white -
CIlI"lstmoH. Thursday lug. i
of Jesus. a ( evemi
he will have good day the "And there were Kiipper
\ a on morrow. Win-units" .11II'lnl(' month .. 411 IPtII soil.I n.rnleoR
Second: "The first and mObt vital What is an end play, and is there shepherds keeping watch over Worship at 11 a. m. Christ ninn Mr., F" M Will rath left Wednesday I Hal', July I, 11'2'.l . 8V2.7: tier I ..i.,1 mild cart Ifli'nto nlmll tie r-
thing that auction player snouM any way for the average player to .. for bus'iiess Moadvllle \ UI.Crl1 "i... N uct'ordlnic" I to l's w, tax d",1will
an their Hock by night. The angel sermon. Special 111 ulllc.! u trip to _. IHHIKI I thi'ivon nil (Iho I I I3lh dn.of
learn how to make one? There are (Hal Juno 1 I. 1112\1!> \ 111.\13\
learn i ill not to take the card game thirteen tricks in hand and of (the Lord cm-o upon them .. The ,'ollnlpeopl will have Pa. it*.t-rlpiM t, tiit,t'lng month. 81f.1 Jiniiiiiry, A. 1), Ill.1(1.IHiHil : ( .
home with him. lave your troubles at every by WnrinnlH' ilurlnx' month I I IhU III! day lif |li c-enih.T.
the card table and in the post mortem the time the first eight or nine tricks and they were afraid. And the charge of the evening/ service and: Hal, July 1. 111211' .- 100.1111(I A. I ii. 192ti.

after if must but when leave are won or lost, every player should angel/ 1 said unto them, Fear not ; j I present a Christmas proprum.Senior : IIrl't t"... 1)I II. W. At.DKKMAN.':
... .. .. '
you you e'.. .. ....... I Hal JUliO I I HIM .. 27.4 Clerk of I I'lrriiit ( ''tirt,
I.
the card table shut the door on them. either know exactly or have a rood foi'. behold I bring you good tidings e t 1t"'I"l| l S it ii,m'intt month iill.2: llrndford" County, Florida.,

If you don't they will rob you of your idea as to the location of the remaining for unto you la born this slNui: { l.l.(1t'il: : liOATDRAIN : \Varrnnts. iliirlnic month. __ (SVnl i) lly i 1I11111<'h. A hl e'r mulCh', I H. c:.
cards held by each player. Very frequently I I2-1J-6I-1-10.I t I
Hal I I. 12 )
sleep make an irritable figure July 47(16IJI'rlc (
,
you day In the city of David a Savior :Ur... KliiiMlio KdnaiilM: --
around home and take such knowledge\! can be put to 'or. \ %,,. 10 ---
your eventually good use and tricks can be won that which Is Christ the Lord." It was League program Doc. 22, C Hnl June I I. IIU: ,.._ "11,02: NOTH'K:
years off your life. That is simple ......... .............. H"c'<-lil| ,, iMl-lnw,, month &U.4
would be impossible if the location of customary for shepherds to Kate Struth. leader '
enough, it seems to me, yet a lot of. guard : WurriinlH, ilurfnic month .
players muff it." the remaining cards were not known. their sheep at night against robbers Subject: The Church Viewed as Thelmu cud Hoy Andrews visited Hnl .July' I, 11.211!' 47008flR In Circuit Court; : Bradford County '

Third "A who learns Such flays are the so-called "End and wild the Body of Christ In 'mV.. Coleman's Sunday.Kllzabeth II.srI.t. "... IIIIv"rll..nrl 11
: young player and the best their animals. as well as MissionFields. Jun, I, I'.UJ'.iHoff \ .8I70 Florida. In Chancery: Maud
lays to master
that it sometimes will pay him to play way E tor inn. There were probably several J ); Coleman, and! Carl Andrews .lptH, ilnrlnir month I >1I CnnnlJii, Complainant vs. Green
the boob has learned something of principles is by a study of numerous Hei'ellitn diirl' w month .
herds of and Song 2C7 the World.Scripture were nulled In marriage -
therefore Joy to
sheep,
great( value. This applies both to the examples. <">ls'ertlret. July I I. 1 1H2IIllUlrlc 10M Cantilda, Defendant Order ofPublication. .

bidding and play. There are certain Here are four simple cases. Study numerous shepherds who would Lesson: Luke 2:13-: : Saturday night. ".>. IllOvprdrnft :. .
"
June I IVi'lIlicplptH !' 12111
rules as to when it is smart to make them over carefully and decide what lodge' near each other. 14 I'salni 95 : 1-3. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Andrews and I iliirlnir I I.month I 101..811 i It appearing by affidavit filed

this bid or that play, and when it isn't. you would do. Your results should The "good tidings" consisted of The Aim of the Topic, by leader Mrs. Cnleniau spent Sunday In Warm-ills I ilurlnic innrithOvirclrari In nalil cause, that the residenceof

I toon discovered that opposing players make an interesting comparison with Law t lev. ( .Inlv I I. I'l'J! 111.41IU..C.
the 1st
\ coming of the long promised talk : The International Missionary ...-< No. Ill Green Cunnlda III unknown to

were prepared to break up or properly the analysis that will be given in the savior. I Council--\ J. II. H.'tcliJr. : Mr. mid. Mrs. H. Norman and riovnrilrari) Juno. I f. 1 tiili'J) 30/1.112/ : complainant; that there is no -
defend certain bids or plays only when next ArtIcle. Alvti 'oleinan llffflpiH ihirltiK' moiilh, 2IK.S! person
visited Bill( Sterns.Sunday.
The "City of David" rteth-
was \VrurrnnlH' dfliirliiK rnonili, In the State of Florida< known

Problem No. 6 Ie hem, about six miles southwest 2nd\ talk: The New and (he Old Clvunlrurt .Jtul% I I. IH2U 147.12 to affiant, service of process upon
f Mr. and :Mrs.[ Arch Prevail of IHxIrlrt N... 1:1lvl'I'lIr'LClN :
of Jerusalem. -George 111
mil
Hearts- Q IJ. () JIIOK |I. m I'jJ'i' !' 1 I'lAfl whom would bind the said defendant

Clubs- nonelianiondsQ "And suddenly; there was with Song 26 8,, There's a Song In the! JarliHonvlllo( veiled relatives here ltttrnlit| ." rlurlnw month. 7K.1I1 l In this suit for divorce.
:; WiirruntM' during month, 401Dvofilriirt )
8 the ,angel a multitude( of the heavenly Air. Saturday. I Julv I I. I I'lZ! !) I 122.U It IH therefore ordered that said. !

Spadcs-7 host praising God, and saying, 3rd talk : The Importance oC the Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Joe Grllll* IH'>lrll ,... KlHal. defendant Green Cannlda be ant

Hearts K ltearts-A visited Mr.\[ and Mrs. Math GrUllnSunday. Junn I. J"J! ." I2I1.U
10,4,3
Glory to tod! peace good will Church---flev. Guy.ilh '
Clubs Y I HerriI ilnrlnir I', month I I I IK.4AVarriintN ') appear to the bill of complaint In ;
7 : : Clubs-none toward God 'i talk : KncouruRlng; dtirlnif month .
men. was glorified SlgijnMrs. -- thin cause, on or before the Cth (byof
IJiumonds-,10 : A fl : Vilmonds-none Mr. and Mrs.\ 1). Itoree visited llul. July t. 192-1! 2..23
in thn sacrifice J. O. Itltcli Jr.
made by his son
,
Spades none : Z : Spades nona lll.trl'<'< 5... .17Hill. Jan. A. D., 1030 otherwise the
Jesus which brought spiritual Song 27 : Silent Night, I Holly( h"re Hurday.Mm. Juim I. I r.12',1\ 41.KltHi.p allegiitlona of mild bill will be taken
Ardito Geiger Is vlxltlng I | (s iliirlnir! I month t ti'i (.111(
Hearts -J, 8 peace to his followers and good Night. \ViirriinlH' tliirlnic' month. 2.OlHnl as confessed by you. It I H further -

Clubs- 8 will among those who accepted hlteach'ngll. 5th talk: Scripture CommentMrs. -- Mrs. [I.ncllu Hornsby! this week at / July I. I 29 6U,4Illxtrlrt ordered that this notice bo

lkimnndsSpades\ 2 !\ H. Penny Fiuins. "... IX"
[It [Is said/ that throughout ; 1. Weeks.
nvorilraCI .lima I, Illi: !) 1712(1( published:: once a week for four
none the empire of Rome which League Ilenedlctlon., Mr. C. C. Gllsson: visited H. L. Itni'vlptH ilurlnic' ... month 421 I.112: consecutive weeks In the Bradford
\.., it awl. u in me lean, r"-- y s ----- -- -- --& WarrnntM .
neons are trumps Lee Him ndoy. lurlnir mr nlh :3ddvcrilrart IIII )
then ruled the civilized Including
any defense? world. : I July I I. 1 111211 I 12114.7:11: County Telegraph; published at i
(b) If hearts are trump and either A or B Li In the lead, bow can A D win all Judea there was at that :MCTIIOIHMT: rlUltril Mi' 1 K.: H.: Lee and family/ visited I hfrfliv) 'ct'illfy; I thut. I t he for,'KolnKtatprnitlit : ; Starke, Florida. :
of 'iimsr.M.\s tUH'U.I'S8unIIlY : : Mrs. Math Grltlls! Sunday. i Hhowinir I lialniifeH at I th,'
the tricks? time universal and that In
,
peace
livKlnnlnic' unit nt th" rmllntc "f Hi' This the 3rd day of December,
Problem No. 7 token thereof the doors of the temple :; Mr. Frank" Coleman visited Mr. month horoln I nl lyu .tntt
Hearts none of war In Rome were then, for ( Do--U a. m. Ker- IC. 1_. LC-H Su nday. :, rtM'Alpts Hiiift I 1: month.ami.;I rorrttMiiomls w::i-runtH; ISHUHIiliiilnfr wil I: C). W. ALDERMAN: I, '

Clubs- 9 a short time, closed. mall by pastor, subject the Spirit We will have a Christmas pro t tie recorilM of my ofllr" '', anil I I.p. trnan e Clerk of Circuit Court.
,t corrorf to I Iii, tiput of knowl
Diamonds-A. 3 Then "the shepherds said of Christmas. gram at our school Friday p. m. my
riltce"" and hi-lief. I nlno rurltfy that R M. JOHNS
Spades- 8 Let us now go even Into Bethlehem -' 7:30 p. m A Chrltmas mUII'('al. Miss 1ll11e Lee has been ]home II lie follfiwlnir Ix a lINt of nil fountil _

Hearts-3 ITearts 2 Monday evening at 7:30: : there entertaining tho mumps lately. "ponlforli-a I i howln t l r th.. ,lii lit n,'"* I Ii In Solicitor for Complainant. t
Clubs -A : Y : Clubs-none and see this thing which Is >,e-h At (IhR I>|iuee of thct month h*'rIn -- Seal of Court. 12-U-M-1-3:) t
to "They and will be a. Christmas tree. Theodora Uunnelly visited C. C. I IImt .dtatcil ami I the amount, uneenrlty
luunonda come pass. came _.
K 6 A B Viamonds-9 7 5
: g furnHh) by eui-li 'sut'Ii ilx- ------ -- -- --
Spades-Done : Z : SpMe5- none found the child Jesus lying In a I Tuesday, 7:30. a program of Gllsson Sunday I""ltor ami tha nirioutit nf Inl.n.1 MIIKH or t'I S I. HI"C' Utca:

manger," as the angels had told Christmas Carols by the young Mrs. Walter Sllcox visited Mrs. I mild I or i>rt"lltHJ I :ilnrlnir jim hi mont Iii' -
I fv nch naUl rlppoHltory oil ttee.'unttie
Hearts -10 people Cynthia Lee Sunday.
them. Notice IH herrhv iclvt-n that Kitty'
riirrrnt daily tm' I urn-en or tiniedno'sI
ClubsnoneDiamondsJ --. days setter dcl's, hrrenf, on to-writ
I Wednesday 7:30: p. m. Christ- ltH, ;
"And when they had seen It,
the 8th they of Kflirmiry, A. U. 111.10.:
4 Wllni>es my hnml thin 29th they .t
Spades- 2 they made known abroad the say- mas prayer service, subject, Worshipping ............. ......... June. 1\12\ !!. I. the llndTMlirnwd' i"C"i'lltor of the
the Young King. A. 'J. rjtIIFFIM.( will of the .lnl Hem, v I-III-KP. Hl..y n-
ing which was told them concernIng -
non, ilureiiMpd. will prevent fny
County
Uuperliitendont: :
There are no trumps and Z is in the lead. How can Y Z make all of the tricks this child. And all they that 4FIIIMT : JVOODLAJVN : -- yiihi'ru. nnd linn I ucTount an Punt
ClIllI! against defense? 4. bliss. [ : Cor .
any heard it wondered at those J'rtl0"11011., 'LI.ttl": "'Ii JC FPOlITJt.port : 4'mtnty JudKe of Rradforilctnunty

Problem No. 8 things." these shepherds! were the -- 4 C Florida and ask for hlv n|'-
Bible School and communion ........................ of the. riork of Plrriil! provnl:: and :my: dliichurlte UM HUI,.nejierlltor
Hearts -none Christ and they
first to preach '
Court In and for Hrartfonl County *
Clubs-J. 2 preached mostly by relating what services[ each Lord's Day at 10 I Miss Mildred Norman spent Saturday FlorldA.. on account nf Taxes:, anH*... ThlH the 61 h dny of ihp.rthsr,
'
Diamonds KSpades o'clock. night and Sunday with her cil fur tho year 1D2!!. A. I). t 11429.!
-J they had heard from God and how Church C. A. Knl"rht, tn. "..lIpr'.... Wlf.MAM If. STIOVKNSiON.
Hearts I they had found those statementsto services morning and cousin Myrtle and Mamie Lou "Htnrkx. "'Ia.. lioc 1, 192!>. Rexerlitnr: of .litllte u( t'tiy
Si Hearts 7 evening of the first Sunday In Normr.n. ('otntr ,'....,...rTo I.urKo Htnvennun. _
.i Clubs- 10 : Y r ft..*.._o. 1 be true. They related their ex hal. ilu", Nov. t. ll 2' 112.301 HI
Uiamond b- none : A D : Diamonds. ) periences. No one Is fitted to each month, by the pastor, Dro. Mr and Mrs. Dave Denmark My amount, lollei-tnil( 3'!'in 00 U.O.P .
Dixon of Jacksonville. To\ 1..1. 1 1".. Nov *0. I12 I 1.9(16.80vu (
Spades- 6, J : Z : Spadeanone preach who has not experienced spent the week-end with their don ... A r"rfMiirv. Mtrici 01* <1'1'1.(' \ io\ fon

regeneration, at least. "And the It. It. Denmark. 'Ihat) iiur. N"v. i. may H21.0C.: 'r\\ IJtI.:1: :
Hearts -9, 2 "I'y aiiH-ii' "nt t t ,'i.II..r..1, 1
Clubs-4 shepherds returned, glorifying and ................... ... .s. MIHS Jeannette and Gladys Carter To hol| flllii .4oV. '10 I'J2 4VJI.96! : NoU,'" IH hrrrhy. irlven. Ibid It A.

A s- praising God for all the things Owen and Huns-11 Carter, Myrt' i....... end llrltliro II...'"" "wMom. holder of Ttax Certificate,
Diamonds Keystone Heights : and Mamia Lou Norman and To l.nl. d.... Nov I. IDJ 7 ,2i>0..12: No. Z36. 4th dny of July A. 1127.
I I.
Spades none they had heard and seen. Hy amt. It is the.duty of every Christian : C Mlee Helen O.d... Car. Mildred Norman and Darby (laskn To hnl. dun Nov. tIC IA2 7(1,290.12( iml niailo a m'p1 lvii I Ion for tf. ii......1 to

Clubs are and Z is in the lead. How can Y Z win three! of the four attended the part at To be Norman' C'oantr lloll.lln Hmie I thereon In accordance with
trick trump* to work, but also In some ........................ Tn hoi ilun Nov. t. JUJ 1230.49 "fiMr. Said certificate emhrnt'eii (h'lollowlnff
against any defense way to make known to others Friday night. llyt amt >-fill,I ipt-ti-'l deiicrlhed. procirrty Mltuntd -
Problem No.9'lIearts : \ bal lu" Nov. 30. 1919 1230.49 I In Kradford '
Mr. and Mrs. George Sutton of Mr and Mrs. Leamon Norman To vounty\i"loriila. to-
what God and Christ have done ('....., Hchool-C....ralTn wit:
K for him. You may not be able to Michigan are In Keystone Heights attended the dance at Dalton Car- bal due Nnv I, IMt'J X4.609.7I Went half I nf Ixitu H. II, cl.I.H.1 Hlk.
Clubs-none for the winter and are located In er'e: Thursday night. tly amt .f.tolpct| il. 2 X I.I-lnwKtnn Truby: A Addl.:
Diamonds preach or sing or even to pray In To bal. due Nov. 30. 1939 24,609.79! Ion to ftarke In West hid ? of Norlh- _
none but manner of life Ii'. M. Walrath's house on Lake MUs Thelma Browning and .'....., p..n. Past <|imrier Section Township (
Spades- Q, 4 public, your Geneva.Mr. Leon Norman were vl.sltln here To hat. tine Nov. I, Itl'i> _. 907.00 Mouth Itanxe. 12 Kaet.The .a
i n f arta- none Hearts none may be positive proof to others Hy amt. (eoils.'t.t. ._ aesssn.tti of std proprtyunder .

Club.- Q :, Y : Clubs' none that you are a child of God and a and Mrs. Stolte, daughter Saturday night. To bal. due Nov. DO. 1929. 901.00 the Haiti eprtifie"st's Invued. wn
Albert arrived In Miss Lucille demons spent Sat- Total 011..10..1--8..1.<< l In the name of Unknown.
thamomU B DiamondsKbpades1O.3 and
A Joyce son,
none : : follower of Christ. Tn t>al. due Nov. I. lUll! 24,431.20 t'ni.se nald rerliricaie be r*-
: Z : Spades K, 7 The birth of Christ wa the Keystone Saturday from Detroit, urday night and Sunday with her Fly amt. \1."I.d. ....,",: arrnrdlnir to .hal, ileeil.

Mich. and will spend the winter cousin, MUs Thelma Brown:ng. 'l'.. bal. duo Nov. 30. 1929! 24,431.20: will iMflue thereon on the 6the day
great event of the world. lie came h-lrhool IIOBdc of 1910.
Hearts _
-Q heaven to bring to ui eternal Mf. and Mrs. Tbeo Hosier ot Tn ha I. du. Nov. 1, IUD ll.946.47 I)i:l.l am.AI.f day of December,

Club-noneDiamond from here.Mr.. and Mrs. E. B. Case Mr. Raltord were visiting her mother, My amt. ci ll. ctil ._ A. 1' 1 _
*-none salvation which all mar acquireby 7'.. bal. due Nov. 30. 1939 11,915.47 O. W. ALJ>KRMAK.
Spades-A, 2 It." and Mrs. Fredrick Sprower and Mr Maggie Browning Sunday Ai.If..I'To flerk of Circuit Ceiirt. Hra.H>'..
"accepting
bal. due Nov. 1, U2Hy 1230.4 (REAL) County Florida.Ity <
of Mrs. Case Misses. Ruth and Agnes Sapp _
salvation preparedby Mr*. Petty mother _. _
The Ulan) of ." t. collvotcdNuv Illanrhe Alderman, ,.
1 ia In the lead. low Y Z win two of the three and p. D. Reddish of Vanderbilt, 1 e
JR Spade* are tramp and Z can Jesus is to simple and Its bene- and Mrs. Sprow are In their 30 to balance ducttaolnn n.I-S-I'I

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.:.._-_. ----.-- 'Mound the farmers ;grinding;; cane' fortune awaits the" man who Invents give the POWDKRED: MILK \

.a Bradford County Telegraph 01. I and butchering hogs. They do !! a card th*Lwlll reach out / s& ac/s
I From Other Pens general farming raising corn, and bite a "thumb-rubber" If you When LIndy ebrues( 1\
fw Established 1877 oats cotton, sweet potatoes and don't know whether! a card U engraved Q, J!l..usse/l.JGlj/". and the little lady asks/! him home ,lute
; ','",,-'-'-'-'-'--'---'.' sugar cann. But, of course, their : or not give the sender the. '' he's been, I wonder It he where

{ Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class Christmas U! in the air,--Starke!: bg:"" crop--and the one that gives benefit of the doubt. "The Slnl. I'rmm sane Hook" went for a ride aye "lt e I',
r, Bradford county Ills principal fameIH
TetoRrnph. yes we should judge 'i
Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida HO from the number of ChristmasidveitiacinentR -- strawberries. I know Brad- After all tho sentiment reads (By Russell! Kay.)

PublisherJ. /! : coming In over (lie ford county well, and I think there the ame whether engraved, em- And now, ladles and 'til:< .].
and
tm t E. S. Matthews __ -. Owner radio.( Ray your gifts at home.- can be no doubt that It boats the t .used or written In pencil. According to the best adviceyou're introducing for your npti'j'; ,, ,w,,?

C. Robinson __ _ ___ -- Managing\ Editor Apopka Chef.Something! country! around Plant City for a NUT If you BOLT your poor simple owl that think( /? i,.,,,
. .-- -- - -- -- rtrawberriiB. In fact, there 18 l a seriously though this! cord custom food. and( Hockct Is a'bit of noli/ \, 1'11>,, ,1_
SUBSCRIPTION RATE /; should lia done about place called Lnwtey, a short (1111- Is getting to be somewhat of tar
r thin sending( of Rifts marked tance from Starke, that beats the a menace. And if everyone* sends And 011 the other hand, the only] I --
.; t Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 73c;) -Payable in Advance "Please don't open until Xmas." I flute on strawberries" Stuart ono this Christmas to everyone t'me some NUTS loosen up! Is they I And don't forget to tun. )III nn,
Dally New who sent him one last Christmas, when are TIGHT. I WDA13, Tampa at 8 : (15
Advertising Rates on Application -Starke Telegraph. Yes, they Ii VrM.tb,
-. --, should always spell out C-h-r-1-s-t- -0-- where will it all end? Then too i evening for the Slate Troy Hnllj.|>
#I
-- m-a-B.-New Port nlchey Pre s. how do you know but what in the The trouble! with some bricklayers Book, sponsored by the 1 Florida
'-'-"--"-'--'--'--'
1! fr Merry Christmas rush the card you sent will be CIlrplnK Service, which .
---0Confederate is, they want to SIT before bniiKH )MHI
passed right over. It Is for this the "Hosts/ from the "
t 0 veterans and wld- 'I around townWell I they finish LAYING press
reason that we have inauguratedour
And this is also the season of the "feminine toueh.0 owo will receive: checks from the "mall Christmas cards 111July" --\ .
--- mate amounting to $100,000 within '.'-'--'-'------.-.:. campaign. True embossed Why wait for the Chicago Tho West Coast Poultry, A",*(II-

H Faith in home town is shown when you 'spend your the next few That's da sv Starke here's the annual "rocket holly arriving In the middle of World's Fair 1933, when you can c'atlon: handles about 75 uei u-m
your Telegraph. more money story" all dressed up in a new uniform July may look a bit queer to the see the Italian, German, Spanishand of tho eggs sold in !Sura-uta ,,ma,,
!
r' money at home. than the entire Confederate army but It didn't fool us. This one receiving It, but you may rest I Holland National Exhibits at Manatee counties, P. M\ o received during'December, 1865 I) rocket racket Is getting; monotonous. assured it will not go unnoticed. I the South Florida Fair l IQ j 1930 county: agent, believes.Backache. '
-Dunnellon Sun This time the bolony l Is sliced --
I A Christmas gift that is new every week-a subscription ---0I -
by Professor Herman Oberth of Ethel: Beach; who started the When I asked her If she'd seen
,r to the Telegraph. I! Take your wife window shop Cermany who Is at present workIng whole mess when she was sick in the PASSION PLAY at Oberam-
o pin&It's interesting and not expensive .- !!: on a rocket that "may perhaps bad and had nothing else to do bergua, she said "No, but I saw
Wanted-A sock for this Christmas that we can hang up at all-on Sunday and fly to America, the moon or but write little sugar-coated Hearts Aflame at the Movie Pal- If functional Bladder Intuition,
holidays. -- Starke Telegraph anywhere its fancy might lead It." verses, actually had the audacityto ace." disturb) your Bleep, 01 for next Christmas Sunday pictures have taken all the
have her picture published in Burning or I'tchlng' ;Si-nsallon; ,
... f) joy out of window shopping. It's Personally we would hate to be the Sunday magazine sections. The Times-Union: asks, It ATWATER Backache Leg Pains, or nnwriilai'
''I It's too late to do your Christmas shopping early, but bet- screen shopping now.-Crescent on board when the durned thing There it was smiling complacently I KENT, who can? Will aches mailing you feel tmd]'' rI"-
? City Journal. didn't fancy a. round trip, as It to say, "Yes, I started the I poino enterprising Home Demonstration presHed, and discouraged why ant
a ; ter late than never.Raising \ 0-- I greeting card Industry, and I'm Agent please reply. try the Cystex 48 hour 'i't'. i
; tl. ) 0s Closing of 12 banks duriny one Professor Oberth says, "If we proud of it." Dent! give up Get CY lI'\ inda\
sand on the highways is not as profitable as raising day In Oklahoma last week occu-I wish to fly into space we must get Then there's the Scotchman who Put It to"the test, See l\1' yum
,s something to eat at home. pied about two Inches of beyond tho gravitational field of If \Miss Beach had only given her waited until ,after six p. m. to buy self how quickly It works and ,'
,1 Florida newspapers. It's worth a the earth" address we'd send her handpainted his fertilizer no he could get a bet- what It docs. Money buck It 11
-- --o-- scurehead when a Florida bank poinsettias: until she cried, ter NITRATE doesn't bring quick improvement ,\
If you are hoping for a happy; Christmas, you will find it goes under Starke Telegrapph. The only time we aren't in favorof "Uncle!" She l Is probably punished -.- and satisfy you compIet..lT..y.
t by making someone else happy. And maybe If Oklahoma had had gravity Is when we are Ice skat- enough, however, as she admits to And I suppose it is the DISCONTENTED Cyatex today. Only 60c(' ai <"or-
r to contend with the Medfly she ing. Herman eau go ahead and reading five hundred to one thou cows that go DRY and penIng's Drug Store
If! t .. o would not have had 12 banks left rocket around up there In space. sand verses dally.
; Results of a recent wet or dry election in Scotland show Tallahassee State News. Thanks, but we'll stay right here, -- -- -

,1 that the Scotch like their Scotch. -a-- where the chances are a thousandto Ethel gays that If all the ribbon ...,. ... 7,
With only eight obsolete lawson one that every time we Jump up used on greeting cards in one year ''''1K w
,1'htt' 0 our statute books Florida is we will come right back down. was stretched end to end it would l
I These long skirts. look as if they had started somewhereand not BO far behind the times. Now reach from coast to coast a hun-

couldn't make it all the way around. let some one figure how many are When the locket is perfected dred times. That all very interesting -
dt o not being enforced.-Starke Telegraph passengers can go from Europe to but what most of us
There Is one against race America In three-quarters of an would like to know; Is would it be
Sebring News tells of a Ford with this sign painted on track gambling that has not been hour. That is, they will either enough to string 1 the! up to the

it: "Seven days in this makes one weak" enforced quite to the hilt. And get across In that time or they nearest telephone, pole.
the fact that it can be enforced won't get across at all. Just
o has" been demonstratedTalla- think what a break that l Is for Well wo must run along now "
The world is steadily growing better for the yo yo will hassee State Santa. Claus Maybe he can get and make out a new list to send

soon be relegated to the limbo of the do do.. ---News.o -- around in such a. hurry that he cards to. You'd be surprised at ,
o One reason you see so many rye won't have to skip our house like the number of enemies we made Je l y
faces these days ia the announce- he did last year. during the last campaign.
Starke stores are very attractive with their display of ment by prohibition officers that u"

Christmas goods. Try first to buy what you want at home. this Christmas l Is going to be a dry Santa may think he has a hard Greetingsl. !
Clu'lstmas.-8tarke Telegraph Job of It but he should see the poor f t
were of the opinion that such has postman who has to deliver the I want to wish you lots and lots %l1r/
---------.o------i,! Leesburg Commercial does not miss it so far when it says been the case for over ten years. Christmas cards. It Is estimatedthat Of happiness and cheer; SAYS : I II _
"this :wand of the free spender and the home of the brave An officer might! get by with put- almost three hundred millionof A very merry ChristmasAnd '\
front" -, ting out stale start like that as these will be marled; this year. a prosperous New Year Heres real
a
news but a newspaper wouldn't get
-Ur very far publishing Items as old as If all the Yuletide greetings (Above is just a sample of I
One cattleman declares they will never get rid of the cat- t.hat.-Sebrlng News. wero laid end to end people would A Christmas card I got.I El

tle fever ticks as long as the. stock market continues to use --0-- still inn their thumbs", over themto .really do not care a bit $ URPRm
The Lakeland Republican paper see U they-were engraved. A If you do or do not! )
prA tickers. blames the Mediterranean fruit '
,, 0 -- fly situation on a ring 6f Demo- r emERCA "

A full stocking looks better any time of the year than an erotic politicians However the qrta
Republican advisory committee A\ <<: S2AIESOSLAOf
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empty one, but to the children, an empty one during Christmas\ realized the seriousness of the sit ,
did is uation and endorsed the $26,000-
a tragedy
course it will down the chimney .
_ 0'c' 000 appropriation! to light the pest. go
Starko Telegraph Some folks This Christmas gift that brings a whole year
From the care with which it is being handled by the blame the fly for the bank failures of mirth and melody for the entire family...

uM' supreme court, Florida's gas tax case must be of a highly ex- too, but we had bank failures RCA Screen-Grid Itadiola 46 with the in-
s Ioug before the fly was found.-
plosive nature. Wauchula Advocate comparable built-in RCA Electro-Dynamic

0I -- Loudspeaker in a richly designed cabinet
I., It's open season now for the new green and white auto Afterreading an editorial from created by master craftsmen. And only

tags. Buy your tag now-unless you are expecting Santa to the Everglades News on the sales .y" $130.00 (Less Kadiotrons.) See us about it
tax, we are Inclined to advocate lW ,
Our RCA Deferred Plan
s bring you one. stampH. A storekeeper knows a today Payment

4lb iC o- good( stamp when he seen one, but enables you to get it at once.
The increasing number of prison revolts"by desperate he l Isn't always quite as sure of
hlinHE'1t when he Is confrontedwith
: criminals should make the electric chair or rope more popular
/ a string: of figures.-Tltusvllla Smith's Service Station
with the courts. Star-Advocate.: There Is too ANDREWS' STOREStarke
nuch! opportunity for graft In en- -
S HMV M H W M* .
forcing the sales tax law. AndIf -- :::;
As the Tallahassee Democrat points out, the greatest ad- you had ever Jived in a state : Florida -_ ; __ = -=-__ __ _=___ __.Y-

vantage in mailing your Christmas packages early is that \\hero the stamps are used you'd Headquarters for Gift Items : ....----.-,-.---..--------,---',

you're more likely to get one in return. know what a nuisance they are. It 1
will cost more to keep the sales
0-- tax In operation than it Js worth. FRUITS, TURKEYS, CHICKENS, REX JEWELRY COMPANY

isl4 You can tune in on Bok's Tower Christmas eve at mid- Wauchula Advocate.
EGGS, FRUIT CAKES and RICE I
night and hear the chimes, and again on New Year's eve they ---0-- 4j STARKE FLA.
Eastern newspapers have revived ,
will ring out the old and welcome the new year. the controversy over the shortest I

o poem in the English: language aff'w LADIES SPORT WATCHES
Noted lecturer speaking in Chicago said there are over a Years ago the New York Sun gave
the prize to this one, entitled I
million criminals in this country and that Chicago did not "Fleai.\ i "

have its proportion. That could be termed a "saving" clause. Adam I Abra Jeweled Movement White Gold Filled -- $12.50
Had 'em : !
o Ocala Banner Abra 15 Jewels, White Gold $18-00
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Bradford has four standardized high schools-Starke, And the following poem l Is en 3 Headquarters for Giftsi: I

Lawtey, Hampton and Brooker. The cause of education is titled "Married Men": I I'' I I Men's Strap Watch, Watches 15 Ruby Jewel II

furthered by the smaller number of schools in charge of efficient I } Waltham $37.50 I
81. of Quality : i.I --- --------------------- -

teachers. -Starke Telegraph. I I II I i.I II Hamilton 21 Jewels, 992 R. R. Watches _----- $49.00
o And this one Is'entitled "Bache- I i 1

+' Markers should be placed on road 28 where it crosses lor c": I I

state road 13, showing distance to points now reached by the TryTallahasseo Why? We have on display an unusually complete Ii : We have a well selected line of watches

new road. The more advertising done in this way, the quicker -- State News. line of Christmas Merchandise Wrappings (II l priced way below the regular price. Our
will travelers learn of the new route. -- r Insurance companies operatingIn : for packages, decorations. Fancy watches are guaranteed.
o \Florida have been paying a 2 -
: Glassware Pyralin Toilet Sets Perfume
,
Newspapers headlines are credited with making a re\v per cent sales tax to the state for a

language faster than teachers of English can keep up with years-and the persons buying the Comoinations, Waterman and Sheaffer
Insurance have been paying the I COME IN AND SEE OUR
Pens and Pencils Nunnally's'Candies the
it. Head writers are limited to a certain number of letters toa ,
companies the 2 per cent. Very few
line and have to coin new expressions to fit the space people are aware' of this tax they latest Compacts, fine Perfumes. STOCK
have been paying, because, like the 1* IsA
a gas tax, it comes in broken doses. Our line of engraved Greeting Cards is exceptionally -
Instead of the method of passing laws two
present every;
.
Heal estate should continue bearIng
"r : We have I
complete. some special -
years, Secretary of State Igor} suggests an all-time legislature Its proper part ot our tax bill,

; .,t composed of four or five members from each congressional but the state should not demand I greeting cards "From Florida".very i Rogers 1817 Chest of I ISih'cr

A. district. The state needs more business men and less politicians that gasoline the big end and of real the estate revenues.furnish : suitable for sending north. f h h I
I Hollow Handles
i iIvlitchell's
a as pilots. Starko Telegraph. And the automobile iI I
o owners should not be

1 Combating chain stores is a favorite subject with news- cpmpelled to carry one-half of the I Ik Stainless Blades, No Better Made T"T" $31.50
,
tux burden Tallahassee Statfl
papers these days. Instead of fighting the chain stores whycan't News. Drug StoreThe Community Plate, 26 Piece Chest of Silver _- $18.00
y the independents take.a page from the chain stores book ----- -- k
"When I at Starke for REXALL Store William
was Guar-
Rogers and Sons Permanently
of success, combine their purchasing power andad.ertise.Any ,
of merchants do the quantity buying Thanksgiving I found a good deal STARKE FLORIDA anteed _____________________________ $18.50
group can same- of pleasure In observing the farm-
sal atuTquick turnover-with modern methods of merchandising. ers at their work," said L, C. Kick-
lite.'. busty tax collector. "Brad WE DO ENGRAVING, WATCHMAKING\ AND ,
;, Chain stores are here to stay and the only way they can be ford county In which Starke Is lo-

i successfully combated is to adopt their methods of doing cated is much like the country REPAIRING

business. considerably farther north I ... _,.... .. ..

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