Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 11, 1927
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:01000
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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JURY INDICTS 1, I. Gov. Martin Speaks! : To ::1'

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I [all> loil John; -IVeod:;: : : of .Murder : :Monday Visitors I -- :Speakltiu; ton, large .iiulleiii.' ill '1-Seaboard Group

r I the ruurthunse. :Moods>' mornlni at
4 lmrK<*- I I II I ii'iliuk. (ioxeinor i JulmaiV.
Through i'hurstlay| Day At Exchange :Mai'tin. In a 1'1"111' statement of hl- I Visit Nursery

Lb: .iilinlnlstnillon.. recel\od round nf-
(circuit court activities through --- -== =
I a lei mound ot. spirited( iippluuse( I 111\1111111111" hn\u lien received
I Thursday consisted of four hulklmeuIII At their lunrheon Monday m embers I, III'Irruli I "court ilK l..ij"u'nl',1, alI 1 1"I by UL'M'ial' of MlaTko'a rlllioiiH to

; being found by the grand of the Starko KxchaiiKC/ Club attend lint liiiu lii'on and .duvolop-,
I this hour bv .lu.lue/ Adklns who Intioduro.l I
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jury, four no bills reported and had the pleasure of entertaining 'I'I L / -YlirN :Mr. ::0.1.11'111111" "the uicut- III(emit inoi-tliiK. \ uf Iho St'n board Air
Jibe disposal of several civil Governor John W. Martin, JerryV. I,
acf.tlons. l.lno
Unilway nt Glen St Mary
est man 1"lnrldll'v'r, produced it nil,
Wednesday afternoon the \ Curler, state hotel commlxHioner : 'I'IE |
.s. i = 1 i its most noted. I"V""II"" next: Fil.lny ;.N; ; |grand jury brought out the followlllg Tat Houston of Miami,1
/ \ -_ !. i 0"1'11"1'I.II'IIII! pii>fa< ed hisnddioss Iiniclioou will h.. huM at tho I.IlUt
Indictments: deputy hotel commlsHloner K. N. =-= '
I of thu TbKIK'MlH
with the that niirm-'iy loinpany
I explanation(
t State of Florida vs Ralph Glover Minis, chief of the foreutry-expeitnient I Armistice Day Inivo IIOIMI naked
: be was not a candidate fur any ofileo to 'no plc'HiMit -

',' murder stations forestry service" = lint "us one of yon, I nm 'h..I'(1 at 11 uclutk lu allow iiino' furliiHput
1 State of Florida Everett; lienJnett Waslilngton, D. C., I.. K.: Demmon, 'I'i r 'tlou of the SatHUina
t i tu discuss mutters" of Interest. to Orange
murder. acting director Southern forestry ;
| 1 Inrht Pone Today upon the thresh- e\i'r>'om'," 'I'iii' speaker first (old groves prior'' tu I Iho hour net fur
," I State of Florida vs Hay wood division In charge of the New; Orleans ----- I W toltnnn occasion toWow == luiiohvoii
hold of this I II of his boyhood. dn>'s on n fat'm III
KFurmnn alias readies assault with office, and, several total citi bead before tIaeII
down our Minion: toiintv. ; how at the II/O of 'Ihu .K'U'l.ipiii.Mit' department of

J Intent to murder. tens | of him who typifies the 1C, ho left his homo and began Iho Honlmaul I for the I past BiiverulUILIH
t State of Florida Teaches alias Governor Martin poke thu the
vs on thoaiands who have tattered that cJp
w "ik In JackHon\lllu at a salary > him biuu inakliiK u careful
I Haywood .Furmiin assault with In- value of organised effort as exemplified II world may live again in peacLi .
/ j ot $3 per week.. ibioiiKb tho )'elll'lI Blu.ly of thu g"I1IlIg of 1 SiilHuniUH.MoinborH .
(tent to murder In the work of the 1 Ux-:
i AI It. .1I't. not.ke uM that. we have bat I followed, lie. loiupleted. biseiliicnlliin : of t the :No IlilNState change CIvitaiiH Rotary I
KIwantHJ i I forgotten the Mood they have shed ; = and aduilued hum olio U poMNllilo. to (route lu norlli-,
1 ( of Florida vaV. l\f. Crooks clubs stating that the lenders of ; '
i i I aor that we are wonting In appreciation =_ position to another. Followingllnee era" Flu rldu' a SulMiima: oraiiKU lu-
land 1:. W. Hayes, larceny of auto- community could always bu',
\. any '' I. of the ideals for which they fought I I 'terms as nia.MH of ,la<'ksunllle 111I"'y I that will take Its plncu un
|-mobile. found In such' organization. lendIng :- -
love and \' ho was .1t'1'I..1 lo the. gover ono of tbr liuxu lovonuu pio.hulntf
h behoove thb Nation to
,. ( State of Florida vs Kelley \VllJllams. their efforts toward the advancement -
dim of ; nor's hair in 1921:! enterprises' (II I lie HtalU..
cherish through long yean I
:, assault with Intent to commit of their towns and tit i I' t ;;; .
the future the sncmory of those whesuffered In speaking/ of what hind been -
murder. let Governor filartln was Intro lilt.Mil 'UIIII'S": 'H\: .
lives to be exttagbb I done lor Ihe.Hlnle. diilhiK his ml1111
young : -
I, State of Florida vs Van Ileglerf duced by JudgetAdkius! and at the ,sst JI''Iu1't'lCI'SIU: l : :
i i ...-U>the cause; of world democracy i n 1st 'allan, 1"v'rll'H'1.11'1111; :
and Lloyd Howard larceny of close of his talk President Wy-
end lasting ,.... slated, that lie. told,, I th" people during -
into. man presented the other visitors. II/ tee Iilie i'o ilium pi luu in Bradford -
We hope !'-t. Cod may give to / his campaign; I that If they. sent
State of Florida vs ClaytonJohns Before adjournment Governor i I county during thu month of
vbion to him to Till\ lull bo would,
the notions of the earth the n ssee put
murder. Martin was made an honorary I\-llt'III"er:\ uhuwou a total of 95-!
will for aU time Ibo following reforms Into effort
see.a0 this to extcate : :
Gull !Suit' member of the local club.
I :298: gallons, an IIILIUIISO of slight
lasiiag PEACE l First Hide would bo haul, i
Hoard Bond Trustees Bradford -a glorkMS. morn
ly more than nix: thousand gallium
teounty t vs F. T. Norman et als. STUUIS TO'I.OSI.! n: TOIY "roads built Tho people would, see I

..J.'8petition for condemnation. Jury I less surveying and more dirtIhruwu I dot-ing

Slating/ (that being 1111-
\ ;Assessed .damages at $100. We the undersigned agree to Kiillons. Total for Iho stain bow-
""""---WitHe' Edmondson H. It.i 1I abl to Hi'curo" any action from the
vs close our of
respective places business oil consumption of 111.6111.6U6 unlIIIIIM -
f Crosby, Ceo. Cone and J. T. at 1:00: o'clock p. m., No- old state road department" a new for St'pU'iiibur, against III,-

,*,..$arnell, damages $500. Continued vember 11th (Armistice Day) and head was appointed. and thu department Bi'l.liuu KaliuiiK In August

'jke by consent.Sffo same to remain closed until Sat- ro-orKiinlze.l. heads. 13 e-

'. Bradford County Telegraph vs 'urday morning November 12th and :2H! tliiougli Bradford county 1'KTITIO.N: I.'uat :. KW UO..IA.

s +AjjrUcCreary Publishing Co., damages 1927.J. I lire evidences I Unit his work In thisdtroclloii

.'"wLjtSOVerdict for plaintiff. M. Alvarez J. W. White and I, proved effective' the The Hoard of Bond Trustees of ",

..*'*& Rebecca Clark vs Duval Jew- Son! McNulty's Store IndependentStores '! speaker pointed out assuring his Bradford county Florida met November (

,r. Q1-rr Co, damages $7500. Con- H. B. Wiggins; W. M. Edwards TIH iiudlenco that stato road 28 would, 1, In regular session. with

t ">.ir-.,hued H. R. Nobles F. C. Hol- ho complete before, Iho expiration 1 nil members present; inlnutua of
v. of his term January 1 I. t 1929! : (Gov

1 Ings worth, DeWItt C. Jones J. W. lieu last inuetlnn wure read andapproved.

I(.. :FIRST BERRY !Morgan J. F. Klt'klllerIC.! Crocory {'rnnrIlIrllll! staled that his promise .

... Co., J. A. Sauls Mgr. Chas.Overntreet to reduce. stale taxes was also A pulitlon was. filed re.juostlng
)=. N. i Jllrllarelllll' 11,11" ,,,/ l"InYlii ?.n ,Hill,,,,,t"ffllllllllllUI"'IIII,1"I.' ,,,! ?."Iulllllulll, 1II '"111" lit' ,"""ll""'''"alit, ', < carried, out hulking, his. statement tho board to coustiuct road fiom a,
OFTHESEASON Sternberjc. N. B. -- -- ----- --- -- ---- u
f Hull. O. M. Innian I' S. McMillan '. by giving the amount of state tax road 8 nour live 1*. K.: Cunovu farm 0

.. A. \, Darby East End Grocery Distributor (.'"iniiiauuii, .iiuiiiiuii u'"""mi.n,"u"'u'''in,,'iniiin'niiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiu, ,'' "iimiiiiiii.liradford's I"H C'IIII..I'I'd from llrudfoid, loiin- ,lo. Slid: Uouil No. 13.: Tho putlllun r

t Cnwley Johns brought the first Steam Pressing Company Harold Tag ;s BERRY PROSPECTS fur u 111 roe-year period During waif fllud In bu tonslduruiiwith < t

I ripe strawberry of the season to C. Wall J. C. DeadAildisiin I ; llardeo's administration for ul IJ.-t'
Manning, rviiuoHlH.'
{ the Telegraph office Tuesday. The Shops !Marguerite's Slioppe BarbEI'I I Appointed Here !,J GOOD the lhroi yrni's of I922.i:1.2LItriidurd : : : : :! A pull i.lou wan tiled ruiiuuHtlugu '

berry, Missionary variety was county paid' a total (lax of
Johns F. G. Hemlnway (1. ---- road Hum'Ihu 1 liyal llildgu aeruuu
i large well fanned and red ripe. 1:, $fRS.175! lo Iho simile
nett, T. and P. Store A. II been .. /govoin- .Sampson i River 'to tbu liookur.
MIsM : !
Mr. Johns who has a farm just Mill-Kurd, 1."Iot..r SI'lI'kl'11.| i in Iii |ill. section t niirllii'iiliig > -;
[ nll'lIl. The total paid by Iho coiinily
1'hiadn S. I '
loud thu 1 L. A. fin .
near Wynii m.Tliu
[ west of the city limits. stated he |ii>hil<'"l fur Itrn.lr.Mil. h.\' Motor feet n.cnr.lliiK. to Homo nr .during the 192521127iiiiioiinleil :
1'Ot.ITIC.I IIt'll ; veins : : :
Ilug, :Mdiiey I',
ADS ( .\Sf[ the Ki'oucrH( who liiivn. boon putlflou<<> was filed to bu louhl.lel -
kluul 25,000 plants out, and that CiminiiMsioiirr.State t'lirtcr, 1'11/11'Hi* to $51,5111.21! !) !> I : I. or n siiv- . .
/ In ripe, 'berries during tint lanl i It veil 11 (Ol l sums.Ilids
the greater portion of the field'was ; tug 'lo liredrord" county' of $s,5Ml 1.-
4'i-owbt HermanHecM .
roe ivod on thu 19th of ( covered with bloom and, Political molllvl'hll'Ie roininlHHlon- ten d.iys Thin WHIHIIII berries horn ,
young advertising appearingIn I < ha l 15 during his, ndiiilnlslrntlon: .
i leyIxreke '
fruit lie will have berries ready the Telegraph must be paid in erV.. }'. Allen of TnllnhtiHsee, an- mire iliii'iilng as fuel l as they urn Inthi 01111"111: brought out tu i'oust i IK t 'ii bridge< a.'roaa.Now

| for market by Thanksgiving;, unless advance This applies to nil I'au-I nounreil, Friday tlii appointment l t ,>H,, I.n 1C, Ilfo'I'lIuk ,\, > Plant City s1'rlinn" HID Plant Other nccoinpllMliiiients, ,duringhis I. Klvt-r at llui IMwui.H: uroMU- .....,
C'lty' Enterprise: reporting' I tlm liil!: worn icjotluil tiy the lluaiil.
severe cold weather i hei'ks didates alike and no exception of Miss Margaret Long of Sturkean lloiiubiMH, IIiiri: ndinlnlslriilloii, (Iovul'lwrIIII': _
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.growth. be made. license tug distributor for Jtrad- bringing( In nf the first ripe HtniwIMI -
I tiritnv, l.isli'lJohns tin stated wore the ,passing of legislation \- hugs iiinl mist! I wall fur no
ry of thin Heiisnii Tiiosday of thin I
fnid Misty| r.n1Iwhu is at
county. / providing for at least but there first If
:M II< k ", sic Inuit, gut they
week. J ::0.1. 1I'oWII",
-I present employed at the Hradford, ., brought a months, of ,'boot III Iho
.IOMCNllll..' .1. HI iiiral .1 lull LUU.
HARD SURFACED ROADS C'ounty ]diiik, has already takenup few ilpn, 'berries lnnt Friday, to the _. .
I.aogford.rnl, I. IH, limn fieo text book. mist., snpI ------ -----
her duties and will open her Hank of Stitch, and other growers plying Iho Ili-Kl ; I Alunuy; spent for IUKUIIIH; ;Heed' In
{ Klx1'IIleH
l.iiKi-ruM/:: ; I're.l : / thuequalisation
nlllco DI-I" ember 1st In the building liuvo imported fields. filled wllh I not mi expeiiHUIt) I U, an InveatIllUllt. -
:.Minion I 1:1'\) III IIIXOH over DmHtato
j jId.
OF FLORIDA TOTALED i occupied, by 11. C. Wall. In the bloom and young/ fruit with promIses .
IF :\ ltiimci, Ira I iliaiiKo' In thin. niitliiiiiti'| d
1111111 nil III" MNn Long will I I I handle Sballer, I'urreslNhih' of fruit for Thanksgiving+ charter, laws of 1 thin Hindi moro ------.----

any biiHliiPHH onneited, with her the preHi lit, warm wetitliur" moldy, riant, City, Klio nlaini apparatus
1,649 MILES AUGUST 31 Il! lined/ It. llhoral" pension laws Installing Industrial -
+ olllce at tho bunk. \\ alnuilutitMle: >' good' plants, at shut liiHtltutloiiK liiHtallod at city hall.

.- According to announcement sent (011111\,111'111' on the CTOJI Hit nation Ito also pointed, out I that at IhePI"'K..llt --- -

The state roan nepartment on In St. Johns and Martin counties; out from Commissioner Allen's office ,Every one of you won the In the I'liint City Ki'itliin the limn( over sic nillllon ,dollarx $10,000.000 of builds for further

August 31, 1927, had a total of Road 2, In Lake county; Uoad/ 19, I appointment of distributorswas war .1 Kntetprlso: nays : were In Iho slide IroiiHiiry, draliniKU/; work III thai section wall

1,649.71 miles of hard-surfaced In Dixie county; Road 5-A in Col- ono of the details of the department You: and you. und you- | T. II. Illiuk of I hA Cork ,section and that t the Htalu had spent noai'ly nut an obligation on time slate but

umbia Road 10 In which had tu be adjusted who lust year brought In the I first 1 Iho Kvoi.. ii ,
highways In Florida, according' to ; Franklin and ; You that carry an ii axcil elm- i Hired-quarter/ million dollarH on on /Hln.lert lilt list alone.Ilu .
Road before the new motor vehicle division .- box of berries for snln thin I day after ,
the current monthly report of the I 13 In Levy. ed head 'hiilldliiKH/ III TallaliiiHHou' and lit recalled bond issues during

department published In Florida Up to August 31. 1827 a total I could begin to function systematic You that halt with a broken | ThiinkHKlvIng; and 1 secured. a tho Hlatn prisms Cuttu und llurd.Tj'a adinlnlHtrutloaa:

1 Highways Its official publication. of 2,187.44 miles of roadways had -allyransage bread 3 dollar fur this first quart dntlarex In HjioakliiK/ of limn Kvorgiadim for. the HIIIIIU Iurl/H"| |Tc
of I he 1027 that ho will not bu
During the month of August the been cleared for further develop ; legislative And most of all, you Head repeating thin bonding IHHIID, llift Rovornor eluted Juv.'iiior Alaillu\ wax u guest otIlu

department hard-surfaced 40.88 i ment In the 7J projects; 2,089.74had act creating the department was you Dead! jKdllh 41. j year sit. far as lie can see" now. Ilu hll wan merely" <'u'r.vlll0111, tho S'llI'ku' i ixiliaiiK.i: Club :
followed by relinquishment of time has beau bit III with heun.
I been Wharton I common wink storied' liy other'
miles of roads.. graded: 1,021.65 based yi'ai-H nun (
Of the total completed by August and 1,534.43 surfaced.For I motor vehicle tag agencies by the everyone else by the dry governors and, that I the solo of hoop for J 111'k Nnllrl l he. I I
comptroller, necessitating n reorganization weather and his' berries In Kcncrnl( ,
31, 224.53 miles i '" "' _:! : _. .
were concrete, the month of August f,0. i9 : of the distributing. force. : -- -- will lie Kilning on llltlo! later thinimr. --- -

17.13 brick 23.20 asphalt block, ) miles of the 71 projects under con | All 1I1(1.n."K. l which operated under > I However, ho rl'l".tll, that
27.58 marl 2rt. ID bituminous concrete Htruotlon were {cleared 37. 93 ( tho ('oml'lrollproK'd\ out their Execution Of Two he found a bloom.. I the other day.
8S.84 bituminous macadam graded, 37.40 based and 33.90 surfaced. ARMISTICE DAY NOVEMBER 11
business September 20, and the licenses ,
r and 'over thousand I Acini ding/ I to sentiment, expressed ,
n miles were Mere iHHiied from the department I tills week the, crop of ciruwher.rice PROCLAIMED BY
In other surtarhmgs.The I, The 74 projects listed Oil under hero during the Interim. Negroes StayedThe GOV. MARTIN
I I thin year will not bi> HO short
report lists 74 projects II n.1 construction were In !Madison, St. carried
The statement also notice -
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+ ax laKVhlla hopes have' been
der (construction and names nine Johns Flagler Putnam Kscam- : I
of of !IJeWItt T. execution uf Roosevelt
I appointment held. for lime 'last six weeks for rain '
1'11111111111111" :Nov I ,
which Airline Mint ',
100 Frld.iy,
were cent November 11
per complet- lilt Lake Leon Alachua Jeffer ''
:\III\; \ nf Lake huller as tug J Kirkland and Herbert! Harveyconvicted .
ted. The latter Includes Road 4 son, half, Lafayette Seminole! t tilbutor for Union county dIK-I. murderers of !Mrs Kra- with none r"rllll'ulllinIIInny) Is the' most fitting and 1 npproprlalc' melon upon whli-h thopeople
going ahead with the
/groueis me : : of Florida may again and detiiniiHtratu
express their
____ I mus Reich' Ol,1Iul'lonny" : woman
: planting of their berries by watering gratllndo to those who served so nobly In I hat grout, hour of "
K.\".\\.\\' I 'OMMIsSIOM.lt; last June wits stayed :Monday
them In and I then inntlniilng' trial, (!ov. John \V. !Martin limes Issued
I n proclamation here
.t \",isi roit .vr rii Miiiit; : ( or when their attorney John KHartrldge this I s
I ma lire-giving/ opei'allnneither I urging/ / the people of Florida" generally, to observe Armlstlco
Attention I ('DIMF7t'IOFFII'ES': : ;: IIKUI: appealed! the epee to the by IrilKiitlun or by bund, Hay
Strawberry Growers '
state supreme court Kirkland was Plants st out In this way aro ,,1..1 '
I Plant City. Nov 4E. S. 1\Iat.j scheduled to go to the electric Ing well In Homo Instances while The prni"la mat Ion follows :

thews member of the ,choir Wednesday and Harvey was In others they are not doing HO I "Whereas. Friday, November 11 1927 marks thn ninth anniversary

commission of Florida was a sentenced to die during the weekof well. In connection with Irrlgatlon of the icssullon/ of hostilities of the \'urld111', and

On December 15th at Lakeland the Inter-State Commerce itor to Plant City yesterday anIspent November 14th. there has arisen somewhat of Whereas that day U HIM most fitting and appropriate occasion .

Commission 11'11holll\ another hearing on the subject of refrigerator much time conferring with Attorney Hartrldge was In Starke a controversy regarding the effect' upon which the people' of Florld.t may again express and ,

express car service for strawberry shipments from shippers of strawberries' In connection Monday and sued out a writ of of the water from .shallow and doinonstrale their gratitude to those who served, no nobly In

Florida. In a former decision the Commission decided that with the hearing by the In- error before Judge Adkins. This deep wells on plants. Some report I that great hour of trial.

It the advl service given by the carriers was Inadequate, but deemed terestate commerce commission write serves aD a superseiteas, that the water from the deeper "Now. therefore. I, John W Martin, governor of Florida,

of able at that time "to hold In abeyance the question which Is let for Lakeland, Dec. 15, staying the execution of the two wells does not apparently have mi by Virtue of thin authority vested In me by law, do hereby pro

affirmatively"ordering the rail carriers to establish carload In the matter of the railroads sup negroes. Notice of the granting: good effect upon plants' as water claim and declare. Armistice !Hay, Fruity, November 11, 1927,
express service awaiting the result of efforts on the part of refrigerator ,of the writ lilltch
Iced was glvea Supt.
the plying express from more shallow wells. There a legal: holiday and I hereby call upon the people of the state

carriers by freight.to shorten their schedules and Improve their service cars for the movement of Florida of the prison farm Monday after- Is some difference of opinion regarding of Florida upon that day to set aside, all business activities and. fi

strawberries. Mr. Matthews was noon. this It being maintained lo again: unite In rendering generoim sincere and affectionate

The Commission has now taken the matter up again on in conference with Secretary Hen- -S by some that the lime In the water tribute and honor to those who bore the trials burdens and vlc-

their own motion and It would appear that the growers and ry II. Huff of the Chamber of Commerce llt.NK: <'I.OSK TOIIiY from the deeper wells l Is detrimental iHsltuilos of that great conflict, particularly those who suffered

shippers have only to establish that the schedule has not been who is working for the to the plants while others say wounds and made the supreme sacrifice that democracy might 14

shortened In the freight service, and that they still desire the hearing point to be changed to Both banks !In Starke will be there U nothing to this Other not perish and I further call upon the people of Florida upon

establishment of the express carload service. Plant City rather than Lakeland. closed all day today Armistice conditions, they say, may have that dV to pledge anew their adherence and loyalty to those

Day Friday November; llth. brought about this Indication great principles' of democracy and humanity for which those
To show that this
type of service Is still desired growers Orange Dixie Columbia' Frank- .
which has been reported by a num- great sacrifices were made and to the
and shippers our flag glorious and
are being asked to sign petitions to the Commission line Sarasota, Hamilton. Martin CKOSHIVl: SKiVlLM IIKIIK
setting forth their wishes In the matter. I Palm Beach Droward, Clay, Ure- ber. enduring epltomlzutlon of those principles at the same time
rejoicing with the free people of the earth that the sacrifice of
vard Dade Collier, Jackson Levy, Following the of the
One of these petitions la In completion '
the hands Of Mr. II. J. Davis IIK.1THHH. those who served have not been made, In vain. ,
Indian River St. Lucle, Union crossing watchman's tower
cashier on
of the Bank of Starke and
another Is with Mr. D. W.
Moore cashier of the Lawtey State Bank. Bradford Suwannee, Bay and Tay- Jackson street near tbe Ice plant "In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and

call at either of these banks and Persons interestedmay lor counties. the signals, for five of the crossings Floyd Douglass: 58, hald.r.l caused the great seal of the state of Florida to be hereupon

It is Important that this should be done alga at one once of as the the petitions.time for I Of the 74 projects, 52 were list ': were unloaded last week and November; Sth. Burial at Howling Impressed this first day of November A. I). 1927.

the hearing Is drawing near. ed as either graded or being graded will be erected on concrete foundations Green Nov. 9th. (Signed) "JOHN W. MARTIN. n

six as undergoing concretingand In the street center. Each W. Ardell Crosby, Lacrosse, November ; "

{! ----I 14 in which rock !basing was signal will carry a flasher signal 8th. Burial at Dyal cemetery I "Governor.
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,la Dtaa: iinj)\ ........................ I hard, .iMeinled I the, nib i'In'nn In.lilt ut :Mr.\ Levy Nurman'H; Saturday Farm HUM visiting his cousin day afternoon. of Luwtey were vlnltlntf at the drew and Mamie 1,011orll1l1l1.-; attended
, I. 'kinllt. Illlf. Hilt lie Kill lost 111 nlghtr All reported a fine time I Carl Rosier Sundny. Alinut! Mrs Hay lienmarkxpent home of Mr. and Mra.: J. M. Norman church ut Stark' Sunday

*L a:1'1, >. ; GRAHAM : the, |prrod" and, didn't not home :Mr.\ Lewis Roberts and) childrenof I :Misses Gladys, Myrtle and Mam Sunday the guests of their last week. evening.

..-I":'. .. (Mr... A.V.. HHlt 'or.) .. until. toe late to. put It In Inttt week Lacooclu-o ure attending courtat ie Lou Normau and Leamon Nor- S.mule Xorman.Mesxra.and .aunt Mr. and it!re. H. Mr. Felix Sapp of the \VuteroakBeet Misses Thelma Drowning and

,'anaqre up ........................ I :Mr, and) !Mrs II. It. Hupp were Starke this week. mon and Oscar Carter were vlsl- Russell p D. and Geo. Ion, wan visiting liln uncle, J. Tlielma, Thompson were visiting

loin+*. Ol'llhall'0"' : <\. 11 1 Itcv. llnilB'd slu"piliiK In Slarke ThurHitay. Miss: Annie Hoddlsli of IIollI tots to Misses! Llnulo and Ruby Ueildlsh. Knoch Kelley and Frelda S. Norman Saturday afternoon II little Leon Norman; Thursday uf-
ttalud.to .li!ioomm fill<> 1 ft'I'lb'8: Myrtle or Lake K'lngK- school here Sunday afternoon.Mr. .
Jiere Sunday afternoon ill three- Mr. and :Mrs J. S. Norman were llellbronn Sutidiiv afternoon.Mrx. .
llfillOjf> tut. thirty. Nov. 6, 1927.Mr : Icy were lisping friends here Sun :\ Cheat hem Pet-lc. of the State vIxltliiK Mr. W. I':. Norman Sun V. It. Reddish and Soil Hoy,

leL'poliktIntefl 110''' Tli oin n of Bampiton were dll)'. ____ Wire Fencing Helps Reduce
('ILUIlool'U:\ spent I he week-end!
tile vlHltors nf :Mm.\ A. G. Drown Wed-) -
. rxeI ,here. with his purentN, :Mr. and : Terrible Death
nuHduy night Highway Toll
Mm .1 I. II. :Moore.\ ooo""
, that MlHHPH. Rachel Dryden! Thelina The many friends of :\1 r1l. Fred The Trail of the Iron Horse inppge North AmericaCAMAOIAM

vay t and Hubert Ilrown. attendeduthi Mourn will be glad, to know she .,+_,..,- -__......._"""" """" .no 0'0.00DOdOdOd.pNo.
... (hure'h at SiiinpHon) SIIII'. IM improving. utter liavlnic !been III

ruff' Mr II. K. Roberts left fir Carhenols qiille. It while. PKciFTc I ;;-. .
niholle vihcro lIP IIIIH a pasltlon of Mr. mid MTH. I I'.. I K. Huriiey. wero If .*93319,87rhuse .
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> Tw\: bookkeeper for Hciui mill 1 1'urborwnyo xhnpplhK' In Jacksonville/ Tili'Hilay.Krldny ,9

i; nuitli! C... night I the Kpworlh: League -

I-H y.,sad Ear ,I CUV' ; 'filmSurrt'iiry nf (::1'ullIlIlI'ro i A lai'K'1 number) attended "

.,ice.....,suoora married" Kiilurilay miu-uliiK" Nov.B I and I they were delightfully, en- I
itlrhtd It27.! : Wo nil wish them a long lurtalned\ I by; he I hoist. eases. .Several .. .-- .

. a. S; :md hlllIW| | llf.. liili'iestlnu'''. I'ontestH wpre enKimcd .' o-
i., 'In and a .di-IIHoiiH Miilndoiirse
Mr Nlnrn WMIII and fitmlly.Mr.
l lent waeq s.\ ] .lliu Aclklui mid. family of ,' villa served ax refroflunpiilHTin : ( iwi1 (
way Hampton, 1IIt.Ie.,1,] clnirrh, litredvsCb1 Intel}' home of !Mr. and :MisI. i (
Suiiilny: iiftirimonMIH. I I.. II/ Mill/ Is nearliiK completion t
hr..F: Arthur hruwn and 111'H.'UI'"C and. will HIKIII he ready for (them IDAVi

'UWII>>. JIlliisirulliiK: were bimliii'HH" vIM- 'liny I
yaeft') II.IM' to. lirouhcr Hilt III'dIlY ufterungle Mrs: (" "lId.. \VllllaniH and yoniiKHUH. g' fie.N .
. ( j jaai 11'11'11.I of .IiickHonvllle, spent the t
xuinl week-end, wllh her mother! 1 Mrx.I.Hiiu1. .
; Mr. Jon Sullivan' nf Wuldo, nioloied -
I tnd 11
depavinu .over to. Irnliiim Saturday, iif- who Ix 'III lie III.
w.: !Mr.\ ('. S. II loiter, u fanner of .
,Ismlv tcrniion.Mr TM fNUMBI .
It a' 4 Henry llrnwii of Sampson. I.u wlo'y. presented I Iho corroHpond- BrxiNE0.trREIdTQN" I
lotal"..: was vlnltor. of. Mr. A. (I. nrownSunil.iy ent of l.untuy hews, with Homo I I IAN
iiiuluo a' uflm'uenn. "boot iitihll ripe" xlrawherrleH Satur A4
' (/ Mr. 11.I! J. Mt-Criiy. of Wulilo, ino- cia)'. They. were MlHHlonary'H. ,wt }' f FIREMAN..... I IT
uiy (/ lai'KP. firm and fully matured. Uin >4<> .A'
''' toad. over I tf I) (iraliniii Fild.iy., J
"a, '
r MiUflfmouf'' l: Mr. Alvin WuHdlii or (liilnPKvllln the first we have soon thin early r
tat .., spent' the 1 woeli-etiil, here The AVoman'H Club win hoxlexK' IN Tray r
I ifor: i will) Ills wife Mrn. Gladys \VnHilln. to the Illlln. follix Friday afternoon! reNCF
at (Iht lab house for n loin hda; \ --
.,. "i !Mi'N Wiml and iniiiilrnn Ditvlw ,
. party, each ihlld, brhiKliiK" aH ninny !
, .rltji't b..t. returned Inline' from n IOIIKvMt
More death Hat
tlino the
total 01
,"'IIIIIt'H us years old. A 'large I
Hinilli ('arollaa.A
: In
y a,; the American forces lu the World War
of N'i'\v. Illver, number of ihildren. altended/ Revernl :
* 4.j j; Mi Kllre: Starling have been killed:: Dj automoulle ID
[' r-. Hii| >nt the ui'ckcndilli wife, muxli'iil nnniberx worn enjoy the United State* In the punt elllbt
aw' luilibii hi re. ,111,1// eil, RiiineH of all kinds and, dell|| .. 5tw. 'tb'' t 3, j yearn t

Co/.. . . . nines refiexhniPiils r'onxlntlnK of Pbe total was 137.017 enough la '
hauardp :...........1.- .- .-.- .1.- .- .N cockles mid, pnnrh\ were nerved, I populate a city tbe sIze al Albany.

I The( )roceeds. went for pitying, on NY. Youngstown OhIo. Nashville
t1J'; ; LAWTKYMr leno.. Dei .
Mulcts la. Ft Worth
the lights In the ilub houxo.j whc tnnsco the "Fair ol the
.. leans Silt, LaKe CIt, or Spokane 9D07HM5
odIM i: for
17: Iliiriiry .
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j' Len t'arrodlne npent IIi o verkIo'nd < ion horse untied: oj the Uaitimoiri
thousand Killea
.... + rweoty-tbree were
In t. .......................* I' In Jarkxonvllle. Oli 1C Railroad OeD) Ualtirnortjiissco mat' year ana the total Incrcanof
Hi : ', MrV. ('. Woolen and, othernof up the greatest iratiHpurtutioi.ixpusitiuo steadily from year to yew
'ut. r.aN leNov.); 11 < V JI'It.u'a .
Luwl.ul"IIII.1/ I he O. I''. S' .. at 10 nlaiory lull 31 0101' A lorninare,, ot tbe deaths occult
c )) of Tiiniii. vlHllhiK !Mr and
| wax / :Starke; Monday! night. and as mtcicsting tc the layman atx. ao improperly piotcctca danger
tq Mrs .1 I M MOIHC. Suiiilny \VIII thiise, having IteniH. to pub- tbe engiuucf Conspicuous aniunnJie stretches 01 public blgbwa whereOldfashionao
,, Mr, lad MI-N., A. II. llnrlcv .Ir. i giitantic( locomOtive. exmoitea in Safety methods adequate
I ) Lave I, moved" ,to. Slarkiwhen.: Inliolili llsh. please bring or send enchTuesday wraparlstmwith tn> nny Toln u Dorse-aDd-DugKy! days prow
ro :Mrs. I-.r.-Trllrl\l': '
(I'bumb' ot 1B2U the tint locouiouvr .useless end to these
:f"; a MiiIUin| | with AinUew's' 0-! r4L1 even dangerous
IThev liin-l be III \hy> TuexdayJ )ulll in the United dtatcs "wembt nays 01 speed mania i .

9' rut'eTim! Ladles, Aid of I Iho !Ill'!ho. I ........................ we tots was tbe Canadian Paclllc Test conducted oy Prot Wm J
'C; f H. i3JJ a mammoth iccooiotivt t'utuum ot the t'nivtTkity ol (Illinoit undoubtedly would hav died but bla
dr..f oust lurch met wllh( JIll''' (L W.ItllbellH ..
weighing. wltb tender 1111.0..0"ounde Tor a tence manufacturer Don reveal' lilt would have Deco saved U the
i 1'OODL1I'NMl.e{ {{ ; _. I
( IlINt M'lllll'Hll.iy IMIll wax ,
only I and bavtng a maximum speed let what strength sad Dulalit "wilt roadway one neon safeguarded oy
r.:11: Hell lllleiiili'il.. Afler I llui lanai *. llrllii Pbllllim. (,'ur. : ol P'J miles per bow Fbu locomo- P R 2333 was the engine to oaring should! ot 'installed tc Keep wire fencing Into which he could have
atal. lniHlneHH had iiiljuiirnod, the hostess "nvt oullt a real ago u One al man) I rnlllc ot any gpccmcd nature Intel> plunged instead ol striking a wooden
the ..*..*..*.....#*.#*...*.i of Engineer W It Crelgbtoo
'es,1.:! served, her guests with dolleloilK vent locomotives whicb will caudle Fireman R p rhomas wblcb ID the Dlghwny Tbe wire tenclcg cro..-bar at be did
yIo. refruHlniK'iitH.. Wooillawn.. Nov 11.Mr. and ( anadlan faclflc plls.eOllel trains the Prince ot Wales special icu as ao acrobat Del when bit by lo Illinoii alone tbe state blgn-
.. I'.Iul'npII. 10'' rnrouKhout Canada-mountains ana speeding car and holds the autonodlle calls tot the Installation -
t Mr. ,und JlII.It. .1. h. Haricll and :\Ir. 11111 StrliiKfHlow PaciQc tram on part ot the way program
prairlca Each one aicbel steel Dollar salcly in a pouch 01 sturdy tills yens ot 265.000 tee ot woven
Jf' Mills, attended nel'VliOH. In H.ild- their home In 1'al.ilkn Sunday after timers."C tour ot Canada by tbe Prince
pa '' siieiiilhiK u while with ;MrsSlrliiKfellow'H plates permitting an Increase ol JA% Prince Oeorge and Premier teei iiiika wire encmg in this new approved
will lisl; Friday nlRlit. They wero 'in ooller pressure wltb DO increase In ot Oreat Britain. Both. vet What Happens when a car bits ao method ol protecting danger spots
Mr. and
l: iimimnlod i hy .vllnMOH I.oulno and : parenlH. veiRbl ot the ooller Darrel ibis of 24 and 22 years. respectively ld-fashioned fence ls shown strlk- along the public Highways" commented -
'v liiillda; Mtirle Thode. lIIrs. M. 1) Curler.MesHTh mmrnotb inrnmatlve "woe) ine ol tnt the O P R. are as proud ot ngl to tbe picture rile drivel ol J H Kinney !general man
eel, ,. \\'.. forgot In publish In lust Leunion, Uuymond and DIB' hits ot tbe -fall ot tbe UOOUOl8e. "big Iron pony" a. a mother ot ours "was 'silica It the car bad oel!! at tbe Cyclone Fence Co. ot
Norman attended the party ." alt a post In any case the car-owuer Waukegan llltuols.
J. week- |111I1"| (that Mr A. M. Blan- :Guy i year old babe.
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I f : IlIlIf Auctions | 0 F Prize-

1. 2:00 p. m. awarded at eachAuction

;;t l,; and DAILY 7:30 p. m.: General I MerchandiseSWEATERS h

Men's Hats

w Up to $6.00 close out 1 Having agreed to give possession of this building as soon as possbile, we are placing this large stock of high grade Up to Specials$7 Jefferson;;;

'4 Price GENERAL MERCHANDISE before the public at your own price. Many buyers have taken advantage of our $3.48Others :

fc many bargains since our opening and our stock is yet complete in shoes, suits, ladies dresses, dress shirts $1 and $2

$2.25HpIECE toys and notions. You may come to this sale afternoon or evening and buy at private sale or auction. Prizes

GOODS will be awarded at each auction. Be here on time as speed will predominate in our fast selling method. In. Dress ShirtsGuaranteed

We have further reduced spection is invited. Guality Merchandise at exceedingly low prices. colorfast

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our prices 10 Silks
& sports 3.98

1 f! Space will not permit {H'c{ clone Armistice WHAT WILL BE SOLD 1 Men's Dress Pants $4.00 broadcloth; l 2:00:

t $7.50 values $.1..18 / for $6.00;
notations.Men's .
Dan at 1:30 600 Men's Dress Shirts 600 700 Underwear for all 700
$6.00 values $3.50 values $1.)0r
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;: 1000 Ladies Shoes 1000 2000 Dishes 2000
Work ShoesWeyenberjjfs ,1 for $,;fJO
,.. $.>MO rallies $.1,94
Of} Men's Shoes 700 2.00 Yards Holt Goods 2500 Others at 69c and 89c
1 and Hall
Many to pick from
100 Sweaters 100 100 Men's Hats 100

Brand U. S. Army MEN'S SUITSUP 200 Men's Suits 200 200 Men's alldJtJ',., Caps 200 Men Puttees

I The better grade\ .W Lumber Jackets 50
Shoes Shoes For All
2000 Laces Embroidery 2000 ,
Heavy. Quality Army
s J.J0 Ladies House Iresses55p
t $2.98 TO $33.00Outside ( Yards 1
__ _. -no at $12.0 2.) J Towels: 250JOO 800 Toys 800 Outside, $2.85Chinaware

400 Dress Shoes Children's Shoes 100 100 Suit Cases and Hags 100 HOUSE DRESSES -

$6JO & $7.00 val. 3.98 Polly Prim and other makes, values

$,)..)0 to 6.00 val. $3.18 LADIES' HATS EVERYTHING MUST BE SOLD! BUY AT PRIVATE up to $5.00, Gold band and plain-

$1.50 value $2.98 75c to $2.25 Dinner sets or separate

Pick out two pair Choice $1.00 SALE OR AT AUCTION Silks & Wools reduced 45 percent prices
40 percent discount

$6.00 _____--- '
l3.r.r. D's. {WORKGLOVESLeather; Shoes. for the ehillBI..TS Hoots-16 in. highTOYS

FOR dren wide toes Cowhide Bridle top .J/ ecassins
Made for the retail Palms At Auction Sale or Private Sale

EVERY CHILD t Close-out at 29c 85c and 95c' wide, 1.50 val. 98c Reg. $8.50 val. Outside
trade 15c
at $5.95Leather
50 per cent on $1.00 Stock Others 23c
Sam Rosenberg I .
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OVERALLSwhile $6.00 values, S3J8 Boys Suits, 20 in {WORK PANTS GLOVES

.. they last Real values)0 values, 2.18 C. H. McNULTY STARKE, FLORIDA Number Khaki and pin Reg. $2.50 value

At $1.00 7 1.2c $3.00 values, 98c Good rah $2,50 Stripes, $1.00 $1.38


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FRIIV.. NOVEMBER II, 1O2T I.'sburg-Cornerlliono laid for way north of here on Slate Road I Ktiinri Oiilf Refining Company .
Palm Bench Chamber Key WestContract let for repairing I build 425,000 station her for
of the Greater to I
mid openel.Blount
6 completed
of new junior and senior high :No.
-'-- of Commerce. Vorenberg and rebuilding portion of and oil.
; := that number of motorist.* Key Largo damage'd ImlMng.Vro : IJorii' Through effortsof distribution gas
:: stated a roadway on 8tllart -- Clly will build 3 platforms I
I oFlorida In Short arriving here Saturday stated that h>' storms' lasl yin I \ PeachGreater acreage oliiimlu'r. of eommeiYO dully. on south side of St. Lucia
circulated In mull ,delivery' ,Rreutlv; ImprovedSinti
were being for plantIIIK i
reports ----- than over being: Prepared for of fisherman.Ft. .
I ---- I formitklni. River bridge use
roast .flans heliitt/ drown
other' sections 1 of the east veKe'tiible'H In r'ellsir.ere hal the roads were blocked pl.iyRroiiiiil\ ; alid athletic
of hlKh- ''fledd In Our of Stuart, high Hi-hool to 1"I'tIelldo: lint ci.

Live State NewsTOLD I AugustineHelleved to have ComeSee :i I ,\rl'lH'rmil" stretrh L- ----- --- -

bi'oii lured to his death by a fake ,

telephone call from Hastings Deputv ."u I
Sheriff I'. Alonze Turlingtonilii. ,; .

:\ was found dead late Frld.iy
BY OUR EXCHANGES 'I night; nt the steering wheel of his :

automobile\ on the Hasting toad,

.__ ._ ____.__.,.__ .__..__ ________... i Hmiles from here Although, II'mi u .
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: in Marloncounty a shattered wlndnhleld and *nmhcd martini *Inrhlnrrl. ..h..t%
tialnesvllle A lad)11 a county InKoiiiK in a crate mill operated the only Indbutlons %..C..nnl.ll4* Mio yt
I fender were .
Nine ml lion bee t'linif'hiill
I'rl per H
to liuvo the greatest fnlr In by Mr. Hillingsley. of nn accident. Turlington l "..|'. V
its history I 111 IK year according to hours each day JohnV.. :Martin : throat was slashed ns though l lfljliig hy I'rls,1.id..lug I .Tn. >IHrMI'litrttltt tie rt.'..1 1 u ml I

Fred I... Crafl manager, nnd a : labored, there, never: dreaming that glass from the whulxliii.I Id.\ Mil ft*| lliah..ny l.:,-

large I rrop of men "'1.10111<'11 lire I Home day he would again meet hi hilt poMHlhly by some deadly wi.'p- btu I,hut.Ihaskrrp Ip4utn.1. ra Shuts
wnikliiK steadily. with this In view I iii according to She-tiff 1 I.: Kllciyce : ii hi'lau 'h..p' ..htt.
of the stattof
The diiten of the fair arc Novctnlier :; \- I employer as governor I Suspicions) of foul play Mil(.. |n<.lutrliil..h....I':\MMtNII..U f14Ay

15-111! hwllllllv"Ir.: Craft I Florida I ttd"'phonenil ...... short.
'anise 1 h\' virtue! of a ) MIIIO'N < r .C 1'iniltr*
,nldI.'ikcland. . I 1'ensacolu--Plans, for the electrification from. Il.iHtings" conceinlng a holdup 1 1.i tin\*\ unit.tlniKMitetrtilliin.11'.1.. ...* Nark f .>nif+l. 1

of the rural huitloii 01 HiibHi-iiuc-ntly proving; unfounded I tit..r. lift..rrn Ihirrr llitll miiwMM
It. 8. tlrui-lo, I llne- tall !** lit. I'Ult It hihn
of .
I KHciimbla county are being, formulated and l bccnuse n t mininrUnMiiritl. I:\behll.. Preference eft
the rlty. WUIf
iiiuii employed by by the Unit Power company,, to the ctiutity Jail here two hum'slifer 1 nlhurt
nearly electrocuted hero when liucamo I brief message hilt "/r Itl mil it mill, IStlllr *hiM
C. I... Shine, manager of the com- \\11 Dully turleulu'rnI. .I I..C..1..lIr..III. rittllMIW -
In iintnct with 2,3uO:: I "TiirllnKton Is dead on the I Hastings
at ,mny hits announced. Uepr.toward i I of luiirw
of electrleltylillo tit work a rt*
I the elect rlf leal Ion of lawns I road.\ /'tatty lira.UN i\hlhll: )
I Ii
street fnb'rs e tloii of u 35tootjiolu In the rural sedlons have already I rJacksonvllle I *i.tilM>....1 IliillrmiilarUiiltur. -
burned nile iilillitl, I JorESSEXdt2fo
lie received a Struck In the nl
been taken by I the power' company, i I Ii \\ or bl's <. hnupbu, Ludy Hl.lrr.
und bloodshot eyes. Ho eHeapPdek'i'trocvillon ) and MultI others are to be takenIn hind by 11 milk bucket about three 'I hr**.* nn lid 4 tnnrr(*. Hull?
1>y jiiinphiK\ ( halo the i months Ithocllo Iliirton. 1:!. .lminti/ ... |'ln>.ti.rk* Itiitlvi
the near future plans 1 having sign : .I'I': ;\ .\ rFlorida
air and with his rubber glover 'already been drawn for a cectlon : daughterof; Mr. und :Mrs. M.: 11.I .\ ,L 10 in In outselling any other "Six" at or near the price almost twoto

on, working. hla. way. down I. of the power lines to traverse the I Hnrton of M.icclenny.; died In a I > onto the signal thing is not merely the overwhelming preference I II

Convicts who are county. Although" the I program' of local hospital) The lit tlo girl was for the Essex Super-Six: but the source from which it comes. :1

TullahasHeo- expansion of the territory will not milking{ a cow when the anlmulKiiildenly I of former and present
traiiBferred from tho various rounder bucket which ; A great proportion buyers arc owners
In thefuture bo completed for Homo time, worktoward kicked They turn to Essex because they find
to the state \penitentiary struck her In tho bend causing u of big and costly cars.
serving I the county in general I State
are to bo ,given; a "fr'orl of the skull. She was ,, costlier .
frnrture their cars.
instead otl ban already bi-en begun The smoothness performance
<1e" by motor rushed to n Jacksonville hospital,
train. Thin was decided at n. Comfort and riding ease 'lOtled in any car.
nartow-Polk county authorities where an operation I wan performed.Vntll
meeting of Iho board of comnilrtHlonera today abandoned their plansto early :Sunday" inornlnlg" tho Fair The roominess and relaxation of their larger cars.

of state Institutions, 'Isn't Investigate the I (death more little girl hud been recovering from Traffic nimblcncss and handling case unmatched in '

It was innoinueil that two busses I"than n year ago of the Hecond II the accident' but complications'' .1 \4'litii\111,1.1! : larger cars.Ecollomy *

for tranKportuilon of the prlaonershad wife of Itansey Itiitlodne; 35. whlon""Y ,) set, In which), caused her deal hi. operation and maintenance exclusive to
been purcliOHed.Plant I .
.. .. committed suicide III the
.- -. !\ Nov. 1726Stop Essex.ESSEX
c'ollnlJail here where he was be-I :Madlxon Churllo Lowe ago .'
Cily- The American Ing held on suspicion of Imvli :{(5! living south of :Madison on or
way Express company U prep.i murdered his third wife. LessHutledge .. near the Chortle Meeks place, was
fug to make extensive Improvements ', the highway, about 7 Sze er-Sitttx''
I for \ 10. On finding the struck on ; '
111 Its lociil equipment
wife last IIIt1ht', miles west ot Live Oak about nine _
body of the young suffering
the handling of the berry and pro-< folk City blll"lelIII a alit o'clock ;Monday night by nn automobile Stop your u>
to Inful"k near
,k duce mutton business received, according In Plant City. Itf low ,grave; off a lonely road unth-I kin*. Mr.driven Hopkins by stated:Norman; that Hop-Mr. ffj j' 3-PaMengerSpcedabuut, $70t; Passenger Speedster, $633;Coach, $735| Coupe, $735;Sedan, $SIS ,

that the work whlc orltles Intimated that they d, .Aaprw.t: o. t>. Detroit pew war an***to
anticipated I further Into the case and I Ivestlgate In- I Lowe stepped In front ot his car 'igf0\xyrLsi: ttehinr. its Iln.+..
Is to start shortly will Involve aI' go I'Ilrrmaan.y r.
f total outlay of around 2500. the death of his prevlot presumably to wave to him close down to him fora r> JB\piu. Cundml.. 7to!Cot or tb Ih..tin tiwulo. ......tulx MM.null'....k pile tar Dealer Starke Fla.
wife. ExamlnlltlonVedn"Alay, : ride and he was PAZ OINTMENT E. H. SMITH, ,

unable to stop
Rutledge used ash that he was
...:.:.... Tarpon SprlniA! fleet of tiny revealellhat him. Hopkins( put --
<. boats bearing the final catch t of gun to kill his third wife lhe over -- ,, '
fired at close range bloi the wounded man Into his car IInd
:, prior to the first auction charge
sponges The body hurried him to Live Oak where he
half her head away.
of the season dotted the hnrbc Ing I
,. here. Revenue from the sales was removed to the home of her< died about an hour later. Thcoronor'a iI
Jury returned a I
last Friday and again!, on Tuesda father In Levy county.
of unavoidable acrldentHAMPTON

and perted Friday to total of this$250.000 week( are milking ex-: Qulncy Bryant Allen depul ........................ O'' s The Pan-Am sign always' marks a reliable t : :

the year's business above the million state game warden Wednesdi place' to '"at I e. J.it only, i ii-en. to merchants : I
faced life term in the Florhpenitentiary
from :
dollar mark. Buyers the result of : who,/ are known for fuir-dealing. I
many northern cities attend the as hl"l Mint Ada Mlmmo, ('or. .
conviction In circuit court here < .
mules held In the market place on I ........... l
_, the slaying of Glenn IPItIlIdwny! .............
the waterfront. ? r /
. youth, several weeks ngo. A ver- Hampton Nov. 11.Mr.. nnMM. i r'S'

Bradenton -- A rountry-wld, diet of guilty,; of murder In the Lee Parker have a new ten
:: search has been lust. it ntl.'ll for. i il S. first degree with a recommend] II pound son who arrived :Nov.; Itli.Mlssex -.5.

'II: -'. Scott olllco malinger'( and rind lion for mercy was returned by 11 I FreeVlnn, :May Jonei --i--- '# '" 5-

far for a local wliolranle. (collect Jury which tried Allen after a' d.-' I Mary: Lee and .I'lrlldo1111.: re- ...:
j who la iliarped with emhezzlemerby liberation, of about an hour The turned to their home hero lust Sunday ,
his employex aiitliorltle sal, killing of Lcgg took place near hi" uflt'1'I visit with Mrs. Jam;

Friday. The shortage will ex'el'd home, ns ho was engaged, In him Quigley of HI ark... They l'ePOI.tn
Raid. An moll Ing squirrels. Allen gave hllll".lfup
t lln.OUO It was pleasant' time.
,, tho authorities, ,1t'c'IIII'lnll, :
of the I company said{ that the nil: to Kev. Clarke preached at thMulhodlst
f.! appropriation laid l to Scott stntchen that ho shot Legg. who wan nboi1JI
: church last Sunday eve
Belt-defense, FeeIng -
Scott dliappeared years old In
four (
over )
1 tt October a, scndliiK, ( aIt ,; rail high ngalnxt the wardcus nlng" nt three I o'clock.
hero. :Mr. anti Mrs. F. L. Wise left
; note from n nearby town that his' he was placed In Jail
fluid lilf last Saturday for La wtey, wher<
dish wax short' $217.7f1.11!
Tall.JhusseeFIIII'lda'K '\delegi ;.Mr. Wise has accepted a p"lIltlunwith
disclosed the shortage!' Ralll.1 1
.f ", lion which. will seek u .repeal of I he, the S. A. L. railroad. 'J'hey,;

KeyV"e t The road to Ihe federal I Iii lid 'I(8nt o t.tx will lenvKaturd.iy I linbeen residents ot our towi '' Illllillll.f

mainland, will IIP flnlxlied by AIcomber i)- I I night Washington,; t tnppear 10 only a short while, but have mad: I'

1, members of the boar.\ before the lioiiif ways anmeans many friends while here, wilt ro- .f it

of county commlKHioners. juxt j ba'k i committee It was iiniinnniod '- Bret to( see them" leave. l y ',

from an Inspection. trip repor, here. Tho deh-gullon J !' will I bur and Mrs. I 1). Haynes are lit O / rr
The two-mile fill between the Mil: "rnlislst ot Attorney lienenhied : Sanford this I week the guests: of

I teeumbes ham nil been brought tIke II. 1/avH, Samuel KetziMi, rItushnell their daulhtt.r.ll"s.: Phillips.Mr .

I proper' height and leveled olt (",,i. \V. Jo;. Kay of ..laclKonvlllo : and Mrs.V. O. Bennett

and rocklnn l{Is now solng" on rat and John II. Sutton of who have been making a visit. aViater
i idly. Chairman Klrchechelner r<'- Tampa. Hepresentatlve Ih..h'rtJ. \ Haven returned to their \ -,5--- .-

ports that the ,contractors countengineers Drane of Lakeland wllIlI'omp- homo here last Sunday evening.Hev. .
members of the the delegation! and with otlu
\ "'. M. Taylor proai'lied aMoiitioch In of heat
board are a unit In believing the members of congress from : hint Sunday morning. spite
this should not require more tint urge the committee to'l''om- _;
30 days. mend repeal of the net. Medimes J. C. Caldwell amII.
H. Loflln, accompanied by thel
Jacksonville James Brow Ju'k..onvllle-The. Glbbs Ons mother Mrs. O. W. Knight nn and friction. this

Moore of Atlanta Ga., was instantly Engine: Company will (construe spending; this weeK In Macnn, flu. ; -'

killed on the Dixie high :hire ferryboats costing $10,00 The revival services that artbelig :

way near Callahan when the caIn ,uih for Monroe; county to Illy conducted by Itev. und, !Mrs i

which ho and several friend along the route of the oversea I... It. Brown nt the Christian
were riding to the Floridi-t, : ilghwny to KeyVest. und fill I In church are progressing very nice OILi
Kin football game In JacttsonvllI. ups where the road Is not y.t- i ly. TOUGHERprotects :

turned turtle In nu accident., :Moor ompleted It was announced yet- I Mr.\ nnd Mrs.: I... T... Bedenbaughof ,
was thrown from the nuichlnwhen I I' e.day by GeorgeV.; lilibs, 111.1-! Jacksonville, visited Mr. lied

It turned over He wa lent of the company. Work on enbutigh's l'UI"l.utA.11"' ; and Mrs. ,
brought the Duval county hoxpltal the ships will begin" within thtext .. L. H. IlcdPiihaugh last! Sunday.

where he was: prnnruincpil dC'lId few days It wan said. Kac: C. A. dirt and family spent lasl

by physlr/uis./ I1U neck abroken. inlet will bo 125 feet long aiommodatlng i Sunday wllh ..r. Illrt'o father, \V.II' motor : "

Only one other person (' 125 passengers an! I Dirt of Louise. your

was Injured In the accident. Thi 10 automobiles and will bo drive I Mrs: \V. II. Alexander and] I,

driver of the car whose niimi hy 100 horsepower Diesel engine laughter, \Vllina, were shopping
could not be learned' was bruise. nt a speed of 10 knots per bout I In Jacksonville Saturday.
slightlyMlmil'. I'he three boats probably will h.. :Mr. end Mis., J. V. Jonos were is an improved motor oil oils, because it outwears them by .-
'eady' for service by December, chilling In Starke last Sunday. HERE

; Four bandits' nrrexleihere The contract for the three ferry Mrs.V.\ II. Alexander and will stand up under the hundreds of miles.

late Thursday, after .n sevent] oats for Monroe county Is. one of llllhler.IIHII,; : Wilma and MIsH

mile an hour pistol battle with he largest!': shipbuilding orders re I Kdith! May Jones have re"nllyh..n terrific heat of modern high-speed

policemen over thirty miles of :Mlanil dived here In several years I iras visitors to Gainesville. and I CLEAN gasoline/
streets following: a grocer: stated by members of tin :Mrs. J. B. Alexander and aaugher. engines. I.is a tougher oil; especiallyrefined

store robbery Friday pleader ;ibbs concern yesterday. The Miss Mildred\ are the guestsif
guilty at arralngment and accepted work will result In a material In- lIIl"II.V.. B. Alexander.Mrs. from paraffin-base crudes to It will also pay you to insist on Pan- ;
sentences. Charles Brush and ,reuse In the number of men em Annie Johns and gran<1-
Richard Garbett both giving: Detl"olt iloyed at the shipyard it is ex laughter, Miss Jonnle Like Iirawdyf meet today's lubrication demands. Am gasoline. This gasoline is clean.

addresses were sentenced tc ii.-c ed. With' the completion am > Starke, attended church here
twelve years each. Randolph Golden lacing into service of the new his week. With Pan-Am motor oil in the crank. Extra care in refining has removed '

and Hawkins who had Jumped erryboats. It will be possible to The ,V. M. U. of the Hampton

from the car and fled during dl"lve by automobile to Key West mcl Waldo Methodist churches case, you can be sure your motor is not only dirt and sediment, but also I
the chase were arrested. later on \Ir. Glbbu pointed out yesterday ire united in observing the week
information furnished by Brush The highway is completed for the of> prayer. The Waldo ladles met being lubricated effectively. For this the corrosives and carbon-forming

and Oarbett. Sentence was pronounced real majority of the distance anti!! with the Hampton :Methodist
less than twenty-foul the gaps to be covered by the ferryboats church lust Monday, Nov. 7th. Mrs g/icroil holds its body; adheres to elements found in many gasolines.

hours after the quartet arrived In Is comparatively small P. H. Hunt served as leader. A very
Miami. The overseas highway Is said to beone ntereatlng program was rendered. cylinder walls and bearings in spite Clean Pan-Am. gasoline keeps your

of the greatest engineering for those. who know
Tallahassee-"How are you, :Mr eats ever attempted and to provide Many tot the prayers way of salvation. The of heat and friction. Yet Pan-Am. motor cleaner. It will give your car

Hllllng) ley?" was the prompt scenic route that is unequal- neetlng closed to meet with the
greeting of Governor John "'. !Martin led. Valdo Methodist church Tuesday actually costs you less than doubtful new power and greater mileage.
to P. I. Billlngsley, of Orlando,, venlng. .I
a man whom the chief executive West Palm Beach-Denial of reports Mrs P. B. Hunt Mrs.. F. L.

had not seen for 30 years. The said to have emanated from Vise and Mm. J. B. Kennard have
governor was proud of the fact the central part of the state that scantly been shopping In Galnes- Tan American Petroleum Corporation
Florida was
that he could recall Mr. Billings- tile east coast of tile
of locked to traffic and that tourist .
In view of the fact that one
Governor Martin had ould not enter on account of road Orlando-Orange county's new I .
first Jobs
made here Saturday mllllon- ollal" Courtheouse dedl-
The conditions was
was under P. L. s4,
was employed as a youth, by E. E. Vorenberg secretary ated on October 12th. h
governor '


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ro'mldy IUL1)1081) ('OrNTY TI.I.I'Cal.\I': : ST.\HKf1. FE.onrn.t f'IUn.\. NOYEMIU: .:R ii. 1027

untYit4 PAfiiu:: I."U'U, -
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the" 'r.t' New SmYI'llu-o'ol'llltieH being] .
.I and laki' and dllinei. UK we w 1 II [I expanding shrimp industry

ale '1-, have <|iiiti. a bit of work to doMis made available in this section for
:r'tJ - :
.,""..., I.ca.a._: : 1.\. llo-lcr I Armistice Day Thoughts :1 I
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: it atpuapp ri.\Ns Jolt srTii! :: I

I .- rxntiti,: ( '0'11'/.1-1'1-/ : : "II
Coo", I
/e. 1 11..1 On Armistice\ Duv our mind pieme sacrlfle: I

..):J......J. .'l.ii..k."II\.II" I Flu., :Nov, macb gain go over the hard' days of thoe01'1 SPECIALS ATINDEPENDENT
..t.. oC I Final picpniatlons' are being I \\' <1 War when our country was Over the top, over the top!
'" i I I Phone 29 I for[ the tenth annual Florida State battling for the right In far awayTranie He heard his duty cull
to uet.' Iconvtra I Fair wlilc will open" here There und many of our friends He met and touched! the hand, ol I
,clay :November 17 for a run of II STORE
Urrealt. ,. and loved ones were enduring BUY- Death
I [ :Miss ;MOOlti; I I.Ml: .:Itl..\INir I H\"I"I'O'-\\\I.I. .d.iys. and, which promises to .excel ere hardships und faring death At the crest. of the parapet wall
appel dl ulI\ past I fairs More and 1 belter ex-
We have gained u great lesson
t act tIPi Ito' -- I Mr. und :l1 H7'f: ] )total ol lilhlts will be seen this year anc from the live; and deaths of our Were I a Knight of the Fleece olCold. : For and
,.c. a, :Miss| Siniili 1)) Moore cnlcitulntel the amiiseiiienl' program/ will fur Friday Saturday
.tlate.1 Tarn pa, have ininoiinied the en soldiers, Their unflinching spirit, I .
'. it few of her filcndn Kilcluy eve eiiteitulnment to all'I'blrtacn .
: nlsli und
1 lurldof gaKement/ of heir I daughter, :Martha their contempt of hardships, their Or my limb with the Cartel; :
o''lu'k l with elfnne
nliiK. citRlit a will aecounl
the .I'al.... It> llaiold C. \\'1111 of| countlcH devotion of their high Ideals and hound
It a lit 1 Hio Strli khinelKhiKHlev peel> .
the ugileultiiru
Iii ul[ !Lake, hemmingJOM :lIIHHt'lfJ. Starkc, the Vteddlng. to take l place for themselves In while III hers will I their fearless deaths tell us that Had I a plueo with tho knights ol NOVEMBER 11 & 12
On theli SU ,,,lay al noon at the hoinu olMr group( exhibllH we too ion be men and women, old,
'i- 1"1'1'1'11I1111 of (!iceuSjirliiKH. COM ; I In the, display. of Individual -
:: \ and MmV. n. Uiilloii. 4G12; be lepieNtnted mind even us they can' "curry on" At the hoard of the Table round
/ fuim e\hlbltn The thlrleen -
thellai cjiiitloMH :North A .Hlted Tampa The couple In our lesser battle of life (!odlest LOWER -
to Twa Halloween wereluirly PRICES
st I Y, rq' the iiffulr I all will make (hell. home. In Starktiitnt I to have separate, booths uicliade them"Fear Were my breast Impressed will:
used throughout Nassau, (linker Flngler. i
---- I the Cross of Spain
111'1'1'011.1 .
oryanhIi, many Ininoinijlii KIIIIICH .MIS. Miiillsoti.ukulla, Leon SantiItosu
that have died for Or the Lion of Saint GeorgeWere -
I not i
for the. occaHlou '\t'I'eIU] ) I
l l"'CUP',; rlalo' fiiidsdeii. Jefferson, Clay .
decked with the Snge'tOrders
eel. them l 1..11111' an (educe I" :" naught I SNOWDRIFT, "The perfect Shortening"1pound
C''I among :Mr. and :MIH M ( Stlth. Stiirke,. Iiiivul and I nlonFeatuted ,
rN totderef the to The torch' ya threw to us we strange I
tluiiul content on gueBHliiK I IIII' fair will
at this ear's
l NoMMiiln 4th u son > can 22c
The East disgorge
aught mystic ;
Idllh lust liniioiliint' tlilugti In life, Minirrccmuu : : and Mrs: (1 i, Klik Lewis, bu exhibits. by the ditto game': anclfrith
u.;;'c.m'1; winning Unit pil/n. IL Starke, November Oth a sun. water" fish commission the Ten million hands will hold] It 2-pound can Jlcpound
Jilek l lOir high, Wertf I given sifts of
and :Mr
:lent box of Htatloni'rv, Mr und ;Mm. (U.I 1 1. :MannliiK, hale road l'l'I>Intent and the stateItidiistilal meet /
t And freedom's light shall For kings und princess -
never can 80c
owneS thu booby tip)uly pow'
way pl'lg.1I Stalls'.. November Sth, u dall htt'r'l fish Institutions Ilu/ lire
die' I'd freely take them from my
the qa" '.,. dor plat.drxt htiriiiliiK. IIOHICHH liail, mil :Mi. and :MIH. II. II. Sapp, New I .Jacksonville ooaid of health will We've learned] the lesson that And lay thorn at his feet I 8-pound can $1.18
I I The exhibit unel
thine It I.r. .NOM mber Int. a HOIIMr present an InlciestluK
hewn"! IIle played from" n vlitiola, while : and MIH It. I,. 1'arkfr. ,, ( hero will ho dcmoiKrations l b> ye taught thousand : POTATOES, 10 Pounds for 33c
back two
turpoye In Flanders fields? For thoughts wing
al she served her guests wllli u durngll" Hampton, November: 4th, u HOIIMi many home 'moIlHlrllll..1I ex- years, I MILK Tall ears Van Camp's 101-2c
Hi'Ions pluto dinner. loiiHlHtlnK "I : -. und. :Mrs UiisKe.ll S !>>'al,, pelts Hoys' and, girls'': dub work
solizuud'' 111f1, vegetable trod, mil' The poem given oelow Is a tribute To hill of Calvary PICKLES
fruit cock llampton. November !Mli, a launli- will he shown to good': advantage... with Fanning'H "lircad and ISutter"
I drenched tender

and I Baliid], teamed potatoes tnndtldepa' has
; ihlihcn blurybri0.'i lei' I'rlll'\ll'lIlIy'nll\ space White, by lion Joseph H Jones, lellrs01' i Large Jar 22c
peas ,
and s' ---- taken h In the vailed I Indiistilos woman -
: land, dill pickles hot colTee' and IIIN'IS '10 HOI' ':\\ \'I.SI : 'H and negro':' buildings and the I of Orlando, and Is nppropi) 'the late for )<' he died for you ContributedWe and me. Peanut Butter, "Red Seal" 1 pound can 2c
every soldier who made snW. -
\ with whipped o oto..1'-1!. oraiiKo OnuiKo Jillo and black novel plan "'I bankH U IIIK/ IVM It II JeM poultry show this year the will first and top) _, Del Monte Fruit for Salad No. 2 can 33cDel
On weepingFor
{ previous ones lire' weeping sadly
of UKKliUHlK I .\. s|| \\\
duus. 'I curds ,hiuu each ked olio the hcliiK places pIC'Hpntoil what moistens' the lips ,second, days of the first the annual our diirllng, gone away Monte Bartlett Pears, No. 2 can, 27cDel
I'ul show will\ be held] The dog
nil I'.ivot'H of \\'hllt brightens the eye > The angels' visited the home of e Monte
c" with dalnly little onuiKc Hbow Is to be for two days also, : Dru-Pak Prunes, No. 2 1-2 can 27c
,[till backdH filled with \\liat alls hack Hie past i'ict.i\': i.'iti :i.: I"'UI.II'I'I'\'
; und blink :Mr. tA.. Shaw lust Thursday
? I Oil :November :J.I!:\ und :-I! P. & G. SO A P I liars for
furs: : orange; mlntH, and! Hpeilul favorrif ( I.Ike the I lieu pllmpklllllo. Lingo exhibits ale" planned the night, twenty minutes 1111 seven 10 PUISI.\: I:: : J.'CUUi': 'I'S 18c
er..cI '. ( oruiiKO and black novi 1 flower --WhltllerThankHglvhiK lle-aleis' Keeps white clothes white safe for
oilg'lnated I InNew .I lit ktiotiNlllo Automobile o'cloek and took away the dear 1 ,
areyJ, the- icntei'IliiiHii ': !
i ; with uhlHlIc'H Invited In to enjoy' I this nf- Knicland: when the Pilgrims: Association, the Jacksonville Mo- I husband, und father :Mr Shaw The (bit ht Star. afternoon publication l- Pecan Halres, 3 1-2 oz. jar 33c; 8 oz. jar 69c
"n .
thanks, at the end of their' [01, Club which will' stage safety had, been In failing health for the at Oenli. would like to seethe

Y dq",'.) fulr MIHHCH v.eie Amy: MlHB and\ \Kllnl I.H'I'O; Mnoic\ r'lopinaii, MiCall '. gave Brut harve-Ht having gathered. In exhlhl11111\ the llov Stouts( of last few months and each day press of Florida glvo; ns niiiib Pan-Cake Flour 12 l-2c icith )\'igwam\ Maple
.lue I 'k ll e The International 'incd to weaker, but was
:y sir 11 v se'c grow to Iho
make a supply "flee .pa'e" us possible preservation -
to sure
t.. + 1 Ilcaxley, Mr Jack Oir. Mr 1I1II..tt.1I1 C..IIIIHlny' syrup table size, 19c
for the long, old winter. From Harvester' wit havo anuler0sIllK not confined to his bed until Monday of intents. nail has set
und Mr Aubrey
[ !Frank\I 00 1','. nark that time l i on, New England people I exhibit of power faimnK befcne. his death. He was n an example fur the othei. news Fels Naphtha Soap, 19 liars $1.00A $1.50 val.
This year's II ve- member of the Primitive
".j'I'-J .- olmc'ived 'Fit aukx lvinK, and shueIlio I machinery devout papeiH) bv I ItiHdting I an advertisement PEAS
J" J'I.I'I'I.II: : 1'0'1' HI'1.:11: : Civil111' II has been observed luck show will \Include the biggest. ,'hlll''h and hud always made his of Its own tailing I upon ilKrel1.'rll Standard No. 2 can 12 l-2c
wine exhibit ever stance; In the home at New Hope. being laid to Ocala]
In all ports of tlio United IUI"H'I to "protect our national CORN Standard No. 2 can 12 12eOrellp.eHIt
toiithi'UHt. Kino dally and beefattlo .test In New: Hope lemeteiy. EIder ,
''"ql 'j Tim laiiii-B of lhuVouutn'a Aside Pram being" a day set forests. it has developed
con,..j jMI club 11m BlvliiK a dinner at the for ofTeilng/ tlianks, lie ThuukH- 1 (' will be shown and on Tneslay \V. M. :Moody conducting/ the fnueiul bete I?. & M. Bread icith raisins .
t N day November 2J::, the first nn- > services I The of small adverlisemeiit I .
dub house Tuesday! evening! ii- glvhiK; of today ban becotno a I insertion a cStringless
of the Florida State Shaw 'Is survived by two Large can
bo sal meeting Mr. In In the
vet in lit r IKlli. 'I'l'hl'l' Villl u 'tar family leunloim and every 1 paper
.' gaud dinner HOI'veil In uilKiiml uge, at which Is much Kllth..r'l tali')'man'" Assoiiallon will heleld listers and one hl'olher. Mm Aleck date would menu the saving ofhmidrpds Beans, Standard No. 2 calf" 12 l-2c
.er1" Music\ and HOIIK vVlllls of Cilia, :Mrs Angellne 111..1vln of tress flies every'ear '
I I'ot nlylo
1'cplH'i' 1I1O'1'I'11I..1It.
a r/ : I' and 1'ollle Shows and J, I.. Shaw of for all maple flavoring per bottle 33c
: and chute I iiiiinbiTH will be. given Tho golden yellow pumpkin or 1 Tho Xelctmun I Iwill of Mlcuiiopy ) and the Having of many thousands Mapleine,
supply the ('in'nival nttraeICIIIH 'urbtutks! He leaves to mourn .
t I throughout" tin' evenhiK': all for Iho ciixhaH filled with goodneMHnature of dollars worth of timber.ho
tlio( price of the dinner. A foiliinu has'xtored in them\ lire inPUT this I year, while the outdoor him his wife and .children I). L. letter from Mr Leavengoodtalc
b"i will Il.irfc ictH to be otagecl by the Fair As- Shaw; of Starke "'. H Shaw of -.,-.,--.--.-
teller und utter IIIU'III'I'"IIH :! HYinhnlH] of oho Autumn !
'I' lu 1 untied, its plentiful munis' of 'Ht Fields Just as they were in ..01 kit Ion in front of the grand-, laeksonvllle, John Shaw Amanda, "1t there Is no fund. available],

J 'IILel'lulllIlIl'lIt dm..IIIK/ Iho I c-veiiiiiK! IfaJl:! and pumpkin pie H not hilly land will eoimlHt of balloon laees thaw, MrsV. I.. Thomas of La- Tor paying! for such ads, possibly)
u f.r I' A neni-lollH pallomiKtt Is expected leiiHonahlo nt tills time, hut IH u I lodeo and I'lieworks display rose, nnd Mrs T S Mann of I he strata press would respond to INDEPENDENT STOREsCALL
,{ Satin.day, November' l'\ will boioveinois (looker, also ten grand, children) "
stsa und It in assured no one will bu event at the 'I liankHglvliig': l 11111'nero > appeal' I for treys space. the ]let
t llHaplKiinled. ( Day" when lovenor Ills) loved one wish to express .er added ")<'ol'est preservation i ii is
01q1: Puiiipklii; I'le olin \V. Martin and his wire will heir heart-felt gintitmle': and ap- ( great movement und nowheienoio ,
yvl he honor gueHts': On that night redatlon to the hosts of friends Door to Gaiety
d 1111 \ |: It Eli II II"f Theie are I two points that needed lliuii In Florida STREET, Next
__ lust annual burst show will J vho kindly aided them duringhe .
ilioiild bo kept In mind In in.ikliiKnimpkln ; ) he so ----- ------
'pe Krlenil of tin bride 1 In Stork pie :Many of theta are h" held I Illness and bereavement. Panama City Game reserve. tobe
td tilt: Imvu re-Hived tbu fallowing uiiiKiiini rugged with spiceh mid tills llorso and I! automobile ruling' I He. Is sleeping sweetly Bleeping located In western part of Bay Theatre, Starke, Fla.
at thin( sear's fair I Ie new-made today, ''ottlity.r .
p 'uncut: lioiild bo avoided llxcennlve buk- will not be given In his grave; ( I
Mrs\ Alexander II. h Ou- AHooii
Mr. und IIK; !Is another common fault.
Mj{ vlH uniiouiue the maiihiKu of IlielrdaiiKbler as I the filling I ; Is firm It should '.11..1'fKJ 4i i.LI: ..::1111.1TIa'l'OD.tY: !I I

rt wi: lli.'iilali Addellno Sweat: bo lemovecl from I the oven, as sUI'round-1 :

rt1i to Mr.! Jaioh L Knott on Tliurit- nger baking! IH apt to cause the I'ulnum cciiinly and I
'yW, lay, tb.. twenty-Heveiith of Oi tober. lumpkln. to Ijciomo watery IIIII' eon nl ly will largely forget .rn.aret.

.",1 Nineteen hundred and I t\\enl>'-Heven I'se :J! rugs 11'1I1II"IllInd iii rat ii cd bloat pursuits\ 1'rlday and Suturay II

y.1k' I'bli '", llilnnlH mmpklii 1 cup In'own ""KII I'. t3iuspoon of this week to celebrate on
.--- c' "1111111011, 1-2 teaspoon. 1\ large senlo the foimal opening I

uutI (1..1{ II-I.'I"CI:: : ringer/ 1-t\ \teaspoon nutmeg 1 oC the half mile long 250,000 l I

[ easpoon" Halt 2 eRRS' \ 1 1-2 clipnllk :louiorlal Hilclgu': which spans: Ihe.Ht. .

'rtD, Tlio drdu meeting of the (ililt 1-2 cup ream. Johns river at this point, form- : 1 t

I tei Auxiliary of thu Kim Baptist Mix sugar; Halt and ill,lcesAdd I i IUK an important link in State I
II!! biirtb, was held :Monday, nlleinoou '- 10 pumpkin eggs, well beaten lighvvny No ::1 I extending I front theooigluFloilda I ti

d... at the homo of their Icadci, nllk ami cieam (Heat until u line thiough 1'u- '

's, biroV. J. KnnuiHun: Tbu! lemilar': rlllllll Is formed on top. Line IIJllo IlIlklIn Orlando : '

iletotloiml and program wax cm- > ,plate, with 'pastiy and biiiHht Ilecaiisu Lit the Importance of 1 }
rled tilt alHii the work for I the en- t over with \\hltu. 01 enn I'our in IhlH bridge! In "Kloi Ida's highway I r

all ing': year( planned which\ will inluele !iinipklu mixture and bake !In u intern ; .hnlimun Funs Ilitluiway tw
I ( sewing for the ( Illicit'I-II'H icideiute, oven until tirtnNNN of t tho stale road department, uc- iii;
a t home und the nuedy. At the lose (pted, the Invitation to he the ,
Of Its loving\ light lefiexlillienti 1/1yyN4l &&v 4 k principal speaker at the

"' ''1'0 nnrvud. I tory exercises, and It Is: I the
u_ : ZIFFMinn 8tancllng of the board of lIe'lIell-1 I :

\\". M. s. <4<'u'i ;I.K: Ml.l.TI.Ml: : : Opal owls, Cor.7.1ft +.1 trustees that the (' "He suffered that we might smile ; he died that we

....4 ....... ...........I 1 use this as an opportunity to present sacrifice that I
the U'oniou'iMltwlouury lie made the supreme'
Tho four clrclo" of to I the people, of I Ifloildu u might live.
Society of tlio Firs' Nov. 11. -Our community survey of the state's
Haptlxt church will hold their rex was Badly shocked Friday when comprehensive roaci we, on this side of the world might carry on in
system. II to be groupedto
words of refuse
The simple man
afteruobrut here of the death
hear nipntliiHH Monday the news Other speakers Include Paul It. forefathers died for in '76. He
3:30: o'dock. Circle Numhei of Mr Aliccl Shaw of near La- Younls. National Vice Commander the ideals our fittingly express fhe feelings of the great nations -

One with Mm. J. M. riiownlee C-IOSHU. !Mr Shaw has many friends of the American Legion und sleeps ; but his memory is active in the heart of Armistice
leader, will meet at the homo olMm pure who regrets to hear of bin Col Murk L. Brooke, United States I of the world on November 11,

(l. W. Alderman; Clrde Number :' death. I Ulstrle Engineer. every American." Day. Throughout the length and breadth of every
Two with III rs. U. I1. lUymniul !Mr. and Mis. J. O Dennison and The bond trustees In cooperation -

,leader, at the home of Mr''. 0. H. .onVllrl'en., J. M and with tho American Legion Soldier and his seventy I land, however, in every wayside hamlet, the day
Bennett: Circle Number Three man of Lake Duller spent perrY'1 ami the vai'luus committees have annually brings memories to the citizens, and they
MrB. J. L. SlU-ox leader, at Ihe here with the latter's been active for weeks in thousand comrades who fell beside
home of Mrx Johimon ; Circle and !Mrs. J.V.. Lewis. lug a III'ogrlulof .. IIOjveIOP-1 him'I pause to pay tribute to those brave souls who gave
.... W J. Kpper-: and Mrs! Frank Reynolds' I
Number Four. III. Mr! will make this cslebrntlun t occupy a shrine in our hearts. Let us
all in the great struggle.Here .
Non leader at the homo of Mrs\ and children pf Iraham spent the greatest held In )Florida on up

S.O' Ilamrbk.. A ordlal Invitation Friday here with Mrs.\ Iteynold's ArmlHtlef.. Day, Hunched\ of visitors forget our dead. But let us also remember -

I In vxtendml to a 111'111thc..o. parents, !Mr und :Mm. J, R. from various parts of the whom the gods of in Starke we join the nation in observance of
meeting nml nil inembeiH arc Thomas>''I.III' state; are expected. those of our boys
Urged to bo l'reKellt : and Mrs.' Joe l\rlld\ haw and Prior to the bridge dedication the day forgetting not our state's loyal sons who

I'Illhlrell.I! 1'''. llolllo llatton und 11 o..k.. monster war spared.
exercises' ut upheld the traditions of Americanism, equallingand
,\n IIi' 'I'IC'I': 11.11' I'lulilt.1\I i 'hllell'.11! of Palatlui. spent Thursday parade will be staged and because This bank will remain closed on Friday,
!here with Mr! and Mrs It. II. of I the extensive( dish prizes offered surpassing all great deeds( of battle, asking no

An ArmlHtltH"' liny 1 piogrum! will '1 homnsMr I for the bent decorated cars and Armistice Day I
be given; on Kildiy' afternoon al t and :llrV.. S. Junes and floats the procession. Is looted I quarter nor giving none-satisfied with nothingless

8 o'dodi at the Wuman's Clot son I.. "'. of JIII'k>lOllvlll... :Mrs forward to as the best of the kllldevel' than a complete victory
bu 11111 III(. The program; will I I I be \\'. M 1. IlodgeB! and It. i L. Thomas I held In the city Other
of thv rell'l THE; (; \LJ.T WE; PAY TIt111UTECorpening's
given; iini\or lh. aiiHpbeM"' of Slaike, spent Saturday herewith t lures of the well crowded ------ TO DEAD-

'NVoinan'H Club und OinpoHed .ol his Mister, and brother-in-law\ tice !Day program Include u golf': '
addresses und musli.. The 1 Stai ke :Mr and :Mm. J. \V. l.owIH.III' tournament, tree barbecue ut 12,

band will play for the mcatdoiiKvoryonu : ancl :Mm II. K:. Thomas and football game between St Augustine MAKE THIS HANK YOUR HANK i iI

IK ordially Invited stilt, Floyd, of Jacksonville, spent and Putnam high; schools I Drug Store
and earncMily reqiieHted to be a few days here last week with :Mr lire clepaitment exhibit on the waterfront -

preBent Thomas' parents, Mr and Mrs J. rodi'D and wild west BRADFORD COUNTY BANK

e II. Thomas I IIII' show, boxing exhibition under Legion I
KS'uns'r.l1: : ; ",:t"U: : und I>.rs. J. II Thomas. :Mr I' auspices and finally grand I

and Mrs H.l II Thomas and little municipal gviiniuslumThe I -
ball In Stronghold"I
Chapter O 12 So.. attended the funeral radford County's Financial I ..
The Starke daughter Hazel I xoioiid. day's program alls II : ;:- : :
ICC. held their regular biixliii'Hn, of :Mr Anrel Shaw at :NewHope ror a series of similar events with : I
meeting la the MaHonlu hall Monday Saturday morning I added feature In the .shape of I
S night The regular) order of Mr. J.V.. Lewis and sun. Johnnie an .
boat riuesllltl
the meeting led by the Worthy were business vlsltois to \Valdo I motor-- J. R. DAVIS & CO.

Matron, MrB Kvu: Anderson was Mund.iy: :\1.\ .\.l:HMr

carried out Mm Kdnln: Larsen ('. C. Johns and family of Lakeland We can charge your Q
of keystone lli>lghtn:: v<'i>s iu ('ipted spent Tuesday here with : Avner Padgett! and :Sllc' YES I HRS INSURANCEAGENCY

at a new member of the chapter relatives and fl'l"III Aileeii Sit rl'auuy" irahum I Nov 0
and Mtorn for the evening -- -.- -- .-- Mil i t STORAGE BATTERY In a
were M 1'''. J. i:. :Mnlnex, Mm.\ (i. l'I Mi.rMti;; "': :: UOI\IN| 'I'lIlmlu1 Alvarez and Lorrainetavltt

A. 1 Kppemon: and MIHH nhtello HOH- will be glad for nil those Clarke. Nuv.trd: : ESTABLISHED 1886
the We
riiberK of 1 Luke Uiitler. At and Mrs: llr>'ant
Lewis demons

doHo pleasant of nod the of ill huHtnettit Band hour vvlrheg woe session Hpent and ,hot refreshments a- the having 31th\ dead to of meet burled Nov with, Thanksgiving In UH Evergreencemetery there oil I Howling.Mr. fled Starke N. McMillan Starke: :Nov ICe'ystoltelelghts and Missdun.t :Sth Smith's 'Garage f Frke;: 1 STARKE FLA.

Edith Palmer
served by the hcm- I clay. I : :1 = _. _
chocolate; being 5th J: r-.r -:>0
tessNe It U also emyiitlnl bring a hoer I Ij :Nov |


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FltlDtV.OVKMIIKK: 11. 1927

I KliiMxItiw' $::6! lion contract let
I ""'""WI.iiillliiii"'III""III'"III... ,,,,,,,,,,, ""' ,,' ,.,, I'IIIIII''IIII''' '' ,"'''''' ", ''''' '' '' ''' !I At AlMirt' beard Mr I.tniRailway ('nil's Are'\hertnlle.! .uln-ti'h of high .
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.1I811'1I.tluli of nivervlewS
NYIIMAN1aIWIWMYlYIr4W1a41nW141111YIWYWINNIW1lYIIIMNWIY'Y -- -- ----- ---- load "
-- ---- \MInorth ill here on state1 I
Dr and Mrs I K L. Tliggs am :\11'.111111 :Mis\ J. W !Mot'gun hat Prize mousy is not the max llOOl.
the.FIurld.i. their\ last week-end, lit valuable "result of exhibiting fain Nei 5 ompleted, (
son, Leslie: attended ( as guests
Bits of i
Georgia game: lit Jacksonville :Saturduy. ; nephews. Gary and David linn Is of I products nt fairs

Tampa who motored up to alien
the FlmIda-Georgia, game III Jack A fine by-product ot c-oininun-

HLca1NevConcerning] I II C. .\. Itrlnson of Flftone "I't'nt i iionv'Hie. I Ity iooperati. mo\empnts is. \better I
nltli '
good neigh
I several I day lust week In Stark aciiualiitame

with his sister, Mis: J. K I CoipenIng L, \\')'11111 Ii ... suede;) bors. .

New Oi'leans, 1."., hero he hm
Our People, Business and -- sUr been for I the past two weeks. or I .\ recent and siiioliliig in P1 tut-

I Progress of the County and Town. JI mid :Mrs' II. A. Tucker re- business. cmnicc'tod with the South''- hue Bounty proved to bt very inteiu a-

r 'tinned, l home Friday' ( having beer tin Forestry" Kxpeilment; stationMr. >sllng.

in Tampa for several weeks on nc- II t
""""' ""'"""'11I11"11111"11I11"11I11"11I',11'11I'11I1111I"11'11""III"'I/ '' ] '' ''' ,'' '' '' '''' "" "''''''' AntlIIIIM111BIIIIINIIIGII'' '''' '' IIIIfIWAIWIIAAYApItl'' '' :More than 500 peopleeio
-- count of Dr. Tucker's Illness.MSM and !Mrs Thomas D. Proctor I
".:.\U .\MI I OIM.OTTKXS : mi i' window display j and children of Macclenn\ prc'sent. at the club rally held! at tt t

| Hiinnle Tlpplns l Is piiteitaln-, liave moved back to I.lIkelullt'r\ I Turkey Creek In lllllsborough

( ]Fl Uleser;: ) :\IL's.V.. II. Perkins and son, lug over the week-end !Miss KvuHlKdou ; and are occup.vlug, the house onDeklo county dining the latter part of I
of Starke Clay Count street formeily the homo olMr Httoher.Members. ,
There IH a grave" neglected l. bine. \Varrenspent\VedtieBdayin Jackson )
vllle. Times. : and !Mrs.' 8u'llge.l'nl"l1 I
To which no pilgrim ever goes,; :
Times of the home demon1 -
;No Btone has been erected, there. I County
And there no blossom evei r Raymond Strickland' ot Webster Paul 1'':. Canova, who Is attending i, '1 "tuition clulm' in Dimil eounlyitrn

blown. pent Tuesday In Starke with business college in Jackson | Mrs. J. H. Lord has tot timed putting on +u gulden contesthlli !
: his brother, A. S. StrkklaudWilbur vlllo. spent' tlio week-end with lilt i, home fiom 1"111011. !Mini, whereshe 'will last for 1-:! months. !Miuhfiiindly I

Yet he who lies within that grave mother Mrs: Kminii CanovaMis accompanied the holy cif her : ihiilry In already beingexhllilted

Was worthy or all good nl(>lI's !Marxburn, of !Mnrlanmi, mother. !Mrs. .\. Billings; for bur- \. I

praise; Is'the week end guest of his aunt \\'. S. Illakely and little lul :Mis\ ).nod was iicc-ompiinlc'd" I i
lie sou of Jnc'ksonville. are visiting home her : A "OIlIlI-\ ids milk iampnlguIs : ,
wan high minded 1 1, famous, :Mrs George C. White by KiKtpr-ln-lnw.' Miss
brute, I her" parents" Mr, und :Mrs "'. W. I Fiinnfe Lord, who will upend the Is'IIIg coiiilnctcil. In Kust: llllls-.

A man who walked l In wls '
I w ays. :Mrs L. I'' Howling is tailing : No\ember The value of milk asa
her sister, !Sirs W. Mlddleton: -- .
lid food Is I being .stressed reports
nuns 11 <>\ I : and !mirs..1. T. Quigley hudns
here this
lie was iv man who dared to ittaml week Sill| iil.vi'K's front Sll! tip." | their guests I lust week-tMid: :Miss Motelle: !Madole, home demon-

With on< or two for what wn :Mlssew free and :Mnr 'lee "' Mltallon agent
> 'nll.
right, laolltst' silk hose With |>t>inleillicrl Miss! 1.(1)0 Free- of I'eell What niattiM- his name, of what avail his
Mao Jones' nnd (Gertrude; Wynn of
lie lent new ,glory to his land. 1, HI at "sii>..111".1.11.; Cove Spilngs. spent the weekendat \ Hampton and !Miss ,'10'0 Thomas Repot from homo demonsinlion .

lie prized his honor more than the home of Mr. nnd !III'''. L. V. cif Sampson" Cltv'. nieces and cousins ngi'iits. Indidito.. many felt rank? Hanker or bookkeeper before his
!Mooie.Mr huts being Made by club vsom-
might.TIs George Ilarnsberger: retuinid of !Mrs. Julgley me
Sund.iy ftom u sevenildays' visit en nil over" I the slate The huts. country's) clarion call ; raw rookie or grizzled -

Ions sine-e ho through dark with lends In MontlcelloMlHon : and !Mrs tV. P. Uohhmoii --- ---- en 11 be mudu for n very small on!-

r ft. lIellll gioped l .. and children of Jacksonville. spent. Judge nnd Mrs! A. \'. Long: nllI' lily In time and money, tend ere ] veteran when the (1 r i m Reaper's i
Sunday In Staiko with :Mr. and Mill Ensign: "' AugiiHtln/ I Long, euddunhtert .
Long since hiM proud lips have I' llrlnson of Flftone, spent proving' "quite popular
n been dumb. Sunday In town with his slater, !Mrs..1. C. Uobinsoii ;\1I..snlll"*, of Gainesville I .--- scythe mowed him down-the Unknown !
I were! visit Inn iclullvos In
( He was the men that onto I hopedI I If' !Mrs. J. 10 Corpeninis.Oivlllo Ccdiiniblu' aunty KIOUCTS 11'111
should have courage to be Jerry "'. ('al''I'I slate hcilol cominlssloner Starke Saturday'"" TI"y't'I't' nccoinpiinl plant fire bundled'.. ncics of plnii-n- Soldier lies at rest'ith: the ]heroes( of past
come. Crlffls of Jacksonville nnd 1 Chr".tlan IIl'r.'y.hot..1 I 1 (<\ limn> bv :Mis. bong'smolter 1 1I to peppers) fe>r Shaver It roe ofJacksonville ,
Mm. S. I K. IIl'nwlIlI hn '
was a visitor In town the first part 'deputy" commlsHloner or11: i' x\ ho will niako u SI'I'- : )
Mr iiiid Mrs S. S. Howling if the week ami were In flarkoIuIHlny.! I retul nod to Satrke Suml.i 1I \}'. I dully of pulling up Spanish pl- ccntlll'il'I

spent I Saturday in Jacksonville- ini'iitos for the (tniilo, This will I

\\.1 I ,ll>ISC>' I 11o"'HO"M Illllj Klt.lKl :Men's heavy o\eiulls, $1 1.\5:\ atI I :Miss t ll.innah Swindell 1'.11I1'I1t'\ I open up a new field for \Kloildaglowers .'
Miss Pel'la Whltten of Ualford, ll $l'I'111X't'g's. I ,\II'III'''?, \o\ her home 1"'I, Iday\ after a two of peppers tend n rc'iidyniaiki't

was a visitor In Starke Tue.Hd.iy ------- wcek'slslt. on I the eaut eoast' Sho' will he at hand when thciptppels Soldier and
of the Unknown
J. W, lost was a business visitor I N.! H. Smith bus. started nltorn- was aceoinpaiile 1 Ilonip by her are'* reedy to. lie shipped) ) /// Sac"l1"1110'11 .

J. A. Saul Hindu a business trip In town time first pait of the tlons to his cottage' on West Call i irollu'r-In-law'< Sheriff, Milic'o: nndf.imlly --.---- Who Cave Their
Other '
to Gnliies\llle Tuesday week. street' (',,II Ituetor Cooper being In .\ real linrso show will be a fealun tlwtit'i'intii T/ioiisaml

--- charge of tlio work > of lint Kloilda Sato Fair ut

HawHon J. Davis madtt a business L. II. Partridge", of Lake ("Ity I :Mrs Oseur Atiull'1'11 leturnc'il;: to kHon\Hie. on :November; I'Hh 1 in Lh't'H for Thin ConnlrfThin IliminettH Will I

trip to Daytona Tuesday. vvus a business visitor in Statke Col and( .rs K.: 1\1. Johns. mid her home III Stuait I after a I twoweMk'H I which some of Isle hoot horses. In llth. ,

!Monday. i daughter. Gloila and, :Miss KthelCiilllln : I visit with her mot hoi." Mrs: I lie stele will pnrtiripllle., I'rUcs Jl'nlarrfo.ged on Friday November ;

Jt. |pays te. bit>' tit Sic'i'nbi'iK's.' I moloiod, ,to .1.u, .ksonvilleS.ituiday I Owi'M Swindell unit her daughter, fur the best lady and gentleman '. '

W. J. l.ppersoo.: Jr., spent" theveekend and attended the footbnllgiinu !Miss Tlii'lnii" .Andri'ii who Is uttondliiK I'lib-l. H will eicnlci" nil nIII,1 InlerB 1 2i
Mix, II. A. Weeks was visitor In with his parents Sheriffeud >. I! si liool In Starkv' (>.B In the event and entry the oldor i
town Tupsilay folks buck 'to the days when ,.
mfrs.V.. J. Kpperxon" ---- -- i i11' '
:\ and Mrs! It. I Alvarez, and :! 'I\\'n'I: ,. -1 good' liiiiscs" held tho uttC'litioli, of
Mrs :' rd L Blown ban '
A. J. Swartz of L-uwtey, was a little lIall liter, of Jacksonville I the I puhlleI'leillda's' -.
air and( :Mrs. O i. !M Innnin' motored Dorothy" In Fluild.i for tho '
visitor. In Stai'ke Monday. to Jacksonville Tiiesd.iy, on will spend the week-end,I ,! 11I1'1..t liavliiK the" WIII"'I'\\ --- .--- .---- Bank of Starke i
Hummer < I llulilsl, l'Inl en rv'y now
IIIHllieHH at the IMIIIIH of 'her parents, Sir. 1 I
\Islniids. :Maine. Boston und :\\11'1-1\[ being made. by the CuminIsslonor(
You liens for Halt at 1Vood's.26e .
lie ) ami !Mis I L. V.loaro.I ,
: : : 'luiio., :Muss ami 1 points In Pi>nnx>'I- of "1e1'1'IIUII"I'111, glue IntcieHllug I
per pound' It !Mrs J. i.:. Full.h of DeLand arrived ... .. ___ I vanl.i. with her daughters!; and( seniMis fin.Is und xltal slnllsllcHlegal "N"I
! Sunday for a visit, with hersister Special sale of yellow Clirjsiiu- '
Brovviic' will spi 1'1111 some time ,.,ding tin' of tills 1IONOU: KOI.I. "
posHlbllilles AN
It )12. HoiiiHhy of Greets; Cove Mrs JI. I,. llrownlee.Ititrtmrl I tliemums. Friday and Saturday., '
Iut.lnrksunviiheI || her home kern bo
Tim ueirli will lake, I
Springs", spent. Sunday In Starke. 1 lac each. Mrs N. D. Wnlnwrlght, stale ninnvmontliH ....
I lug le-nted" and when finished, will do\
1 Satin nil culms IIHc Slarke .
I W M Whltten" of Half 01'11.'u" yard" nt sit-inhrrK'M. "I' ---- --- hurl tnwiirel, [ittini .ting In Klortdn J.;:. S. MATTJIKU'S: Tri-s. U. J. DAVIS> Cashier
Tin1 Sweat property! roamer" Walnut I unit them iiipltalisls and Inline.. ,
a visitor In still ke Mond.iy. State's Attorney and Mrs II. V.
and :MaellHon ..lr"'IR. has hoi'npun .seekers' and h"lu..tl'l"H'of nil kinds I .1.1I'
!Mr. and !Mrs n. I. Ames left III..twpt"k Knight have as guests this week, :
based. Grover; C. Sweat '
of New Hlver was In by moi .
II. B. Supp for n short stay with lends !Mis KnlKlit's sister, !Mrs W Wll.il -- --- - -
'cling! to 'nt made .. ..
niinejiinc emc _
Starke on business TuesdayIt In Hendersonvllle, N. C. : 'tow and little daughter, Betty ( .. .r ... .. ..
:Monday bv :Mr SwotltS l'xleuelveuupravemenl't :
-- Jane, of Wilmington", \Delewurn.Mis .
wilt be I inadA. eliirlng i
yon lIke iiilor-lim.le1\ tlotliiMfl Mr and Mrs II C lllti'li. Hamilton -- |
SI.'.I."b..I K'S.. Illtch and Orle WlKglns motored : I M. T. I'llIrkI ho has been lime winter to Ilio prop't'ly.Suite's Armistice Day 1
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to Jacksonville Satin'day for spending t a few weeks In StarkuIth
CoFloyel\ (;reel of Luke llut- the Florida-Georgia game" I her mother Mrs N. II. Waln- Altoiiiey II. v. Knight;: ;
IeI''u a bll"lncHH'IRllor In right returned to her liomc In "'"II'IIIIII"llthl attended. the fool America today enjoys) an era of world leadership ,

Stai'ki' :Monday.Siipuilntemlent. Mr. and Mrs. Dale It Vanslikelof I :Miami :Mo ml iv. hall game in Jacksonville' S.ituilav '- \VhiC11'as hastened:- in no :small- f
( They wen" ompanicd, heiini
Gainesville: were ,'IRllln her I h :\l...... 1'lIllhl.lhu had measure( by those who faced Kast\\ard.ten
J. S. ]HI lull of ) spent
inn tuts. Sheriff uII,1II'R., : JKpperson Jack Lee of Hendersonville, N jt
the Stato Fa fin. Haiford, was n 1 over the w"l'k-"l1d. | ('" will spend( the winter. with his I IIIlIlIt. NPVcinl, days In the cltv. tho uue"' stnf year altosailing j : to the old \\orld in the ( .

i visitor In town :\l on day.Senator I :Mis Thomas P. Wall, utlendlng i',dativesMusdamiH. _. cause of humanity Full credit) except) a t 'j ( 1k\ f
---- ---
itlil)..">(> liuvs u Iwo IMIIIIS. Nulls i>tjiiiiliM I ( Ilr.ulford County High y '
A. D. Andrews of Hal- ( "t Slel'nhrrg's.Mr School; while here. I .1. I l: :MalnoH and' ( home, perhaps has never been given1nu'ci I I" :

ford spent several days In Starke __ I ,\. Andelson and :Miss 1..1"11.: UOKBiibe can arms)'! in that world conflict. Nevertheless .i, "

this weekMiss and :Mis George C \Vhitesore Mr: und( :Mrs '1'. J. Griflln haves >ig; Monihi of Lake night llntlor.to attend nine, UK toitutrke :- as time sums up the part we played, .;
guests Sunday M' !Mr. and their guettts) the Jailer's ulster ) i/
of the, KiiMcin Star am there will be wonder that a nation such
meeting no J Jas
Kstelle Rosenberg of Lake Mrs 1.. C. Kuy ut their home In :Mrs. L. K. Jordan and son, Kdivuid ; '
Butler was a visitor In Starke IteddUk. of Ovledo.Mr. ulna he>re worn. the guests of MI-H: our'hould: establish:- itself] as a powerfor ) 1 (,
\\.1. l'pperso:. > nLiiHiicn .
Sunday afternoon good and he an acknowledged( leader.PLKASK J \-
Chas 1'. Lester manager UnlvfiHiil Aubrey Penney one of I 'r

Young liens. for Bale at Wood'H.ItMr. Film Kxthange\ ut Jat'\oll-\ 4taikes. popular' young men, wasGreets I:in rived\ A.In Gainesville"'. Long. Jr last. I'eve SN' '. SHOP I' KL Y-We CLOSK A 1'J ;) ,;,

26c per pound ville. was a business visitor to II Covu Springs visitor on ?
Starke; Friday. Sunday.-Clny C'ounty Times. .drug for a visit over the w'kt"lIdwllb 1 P. M. FIIIDA )' % ;.'

: and Mrs.' fl. U. There of his putc'iits, Judge and I\trM'1

Lawtey were visitors>l In Starke talks Pearl Grime of Lawtey, (..01.V.. n. Weldon prominent A. \'. Lung: at their home In Highland SPECIALS Fill I)A Y AND SAT UK DA Y

Sunday pent Tuesday In Starke as the Utorney of Green Cove Springs! ; Heights Ensign. : Long was I -

tueut:; of Misses! !Myrtle und Emma was In' hi in'he :Monday attending! 11 graduate of the United States I i;
PotatoesfY Pounds 33c
!Mrs. H. J. Prevail of Hampton, Strickland. Ihe opening! '" session of circuit S'uvul ndeiny In the lass ol i Irish ,
1926.I and, after taking u course ,,
!Mrs. Josephine ,
was the guest: of --- 'ourt ___ ___ ._ __ re
In aviation nt the ademy was -
Kdwards in Starke Saturday Buy your shoos| from SfprnlH'rK'i"
transferred to I the cruiser Raleigh' i
and got ii-al HiilNfnrlliti. Misses FlorenceAndrews.. Vlr 2 PackageH fold Medal Crackers
C. C. Shepard of Hllllard.l la vis- ginla'eekc tutu llazol Middleton, which has been. stationed for some FruitCake

sting his mother, :Mrs. James Shepard Mr. and Mrs. V. I. Ames have students of the Woman's College; time In BoHton his chair.. Knslgn: ; Pan-Cake Flour 1 r

and sl"ler.11'8.: C. A. Knight returned
to Ileudersonvllle, N C., whel'eIhey to spent the week-end.
of Cainesvllle 'lair visited hero several limes slurp Pound Tin $1.50
Judge; A. V Long; were the guests of frleud I ---- 38c 25
was a visitor in Starke Krl- I !Miss Isabel Fernandar" ho Is. 11 his parents. CIIITIB here from Palutku 5 Pound Tin $3.25 c
5th ,
GulncHvllle Sun, Nov:
day. !Mr. and !Mrs Milton Chandler student nt the Woman's 1'II"KeIII -- ---
---- -- ----
Stlth are receiving congratulations I l TiillaliOHHiuand her mom-mute, -
sale at Wood's' November worth of Or .\l'C:1'10: SMI: THIS UI.I.KC' : : Salt Bacon FAT P
Young; hens for on the arrival of a son born Miss riances nlood Dried er Pound,17c
11. I LKAN
26c per pound 4th. lunclo will arrive home today .
-- I if lid the remainder of the week II. McNiilty! In charge of the -- ;

:Mr. IIn,1Irs.! O. C. Livingstonof I' :\11'''. W.' It Thomas and duulehI Sum hose nberg bankrupt stock Is
of relatives 1\1.. / Blanche Al- putting on IIn am'lion sale of IIlI..k, Pumpkin /flue Ridge lirand Ocean ;
Tampa, were guests; t"I'M.11118: Margie and :Mrs J. :Misses. Mont and Spray
I beginning Saturday. 2 p m.
and friends here Friday Thomas spent Tuesday In Jack del'man will arrive home from Tallahassee '
_._ I I sonville. today to spend, the remainder Though un erorr the- opening day 1 Slockley'H brand Corn or Pcax, No. 2 ean Cranberry Sauce
of Jacksonville with their of I Ills sale wai omitted from the
Levy and Allen Ciuiova ---- / of the week I No 2 1-2 Can
spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. G. Kirk Lewis are 11I'l'l'n". :Mrmd :Mrs (t. \\'. Alderman < ertlxement. appearing on pages, 4 for 4 8c No. 2 25cSUGAR
their mother, Mrs E. K. Canovn II receiving congratulations; on I the too cif-tlilH I r.IHSIIP.- -- 15c cans }

born November: .
of' arrival of a son [ Jt.1I t I toss 'DltlVK: OPENS; '1'G.I)1Y . --
the -- ---
Johns attending
:Mr. and Mrs. Charlie !ithi Among those I
Baldwin, were week-end guests of i Florida-Georgia game In Joe'ksonville I PUT /lealCane ed10 Pounds 64c .
---- -
her sister. Mrs: J. K. CorpenlngMr. I.Hilics' i'onlM. fiom 1HII.50! ; "I| atlerubrl'g'x. I Saturday were: Harold, (.. F. F. Stiiinp'lius been appointed : (; / ,

Wall Curl John, G. Kirk Lewis. I .
( county chairman of this annual -- ---- -- ;
1L.. Turner spent : :Maurice Kdwards, .1. F Kl kilter WljJlSSAP
:Mrs .
and today
: opening
\Red\ Cross <\drive PO \I
Monday and Tuesday In CedarKey Hired: Duncan of Lake Outler.who I Jr., and Homer B Llmbaiigh and he will appoint his assistantsIn ChipsoSMALL PeachesDKLMONTK

is a student at the Tnlverslty I I' different sections of the county' 'i i (f Octagon Soap

-- of Florida' was u visitor In Starke I Misses FreeVynn of \Hampton, Immediately Ilradfnrd county ({ Octagon Pon-dent

Mr. and Mrs S. K. hutch and N Sunday. and. Nellie Baas of Live Oak for has always responded\ liberally'' to I SIZE 2 Arao StarchAllForSSc No. 2 1-2 Can
the weekend -
A. Butch motored to \ mer teachers here spent this roll\ cull\ hundreds. of Its iltlZHIIS I
left Wednesday \ :Mr. and Mrs: K. O. \Dun-
Saturday afternoon. :Mrs. G. !M. Inman liavlnx their nuiiK's on the 3 for 25c 25c
afternoon for a week's visitIn t'an.--l'nlon County Times mbershlp roll I
Sweat of and other -- : __ _. I .
T. It. HiI'hmoncorfolk\ --
Mr: and11': '' ---- -- ----- ---- --
Jacksonville were visitors here points of Interest In Vlrglna :Mr. and( Mrs' James :\1111'11"1or\ \\K\: 'II"UtEI'oItT i ; \ I I'' St'NSKT 11RANI
this 1 24
Starke. were visitors here FLOUR POUNDS $1.15
WednesdayCol. I
:Miss Maggie Phlnney of RaleighIs week guests: of !Mr and, :Mrs \V j jB 1 'p:1lhpr report for week end1I' SBI..P/lISIN(;

Is Starkeat :Madison. KnterprlseHecordcr ,,. Nov 1:117.Drte -- '
\. J. K:. Kutih of DeLand'' spending' some time In Davis and family f. I
\ In Sturke at the home of the home of :Mrs II !r.. Brow ttlee. :\111". 1\1111 1"1' I
visiting --- N'2 HI /i5!; 1 04Nov. '
HrownleeT -
L -
II. --
and :Mrs
Mr Young :\len'lI suits 2 pair pants. :; J 7/1/ ln; 1 Ill 1 h hI

n Johns state prison Inspectors N. Sternberg and II L. nowII-1 all wool.) $22:! .BO and 121.80 at fu.: I all 1'1 H ,

was visitor\ in Starke Thursday lee motored to Jacksonville Saturday Alvarez. Null Ii 110 I 19 '110"v I II I d
and attended, the .'Iurldol-I '- n 7.1: 56No '; II I

_____ Georgia; game.Jacquard O. M. Inman returned Sunday -. i 7:1: 4& Oil
for from three weeks spent In Canada' "s'A" III II' nnn I I
Percale shirts ,
Hardware menu Interest, 6nbualneii .... 611 $1/1)/
Tom Sawyer, guaranteed imported ties for and other poinU of :1: -- I
made by
men In connected with the development II
3 for The latest novelty I
$1.25 or and boys.
c-olorfust. -_ - --- -- ---
BOc and 9Sc. program of the Sea- Total rainfall _____ 68 In =__ ---=
ot wrlnkling ,
13.BO at J. M. Alvarez. Look ties, non- I


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, J.PI rAG I.: SIX nn.\I..oll. ('Ol' %T" TELIA.8t1'I: ST.\nIU:. l'l.nrun.\ I.'IUD.-, XO\'J\lIun;: 11. fa:7my

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1'n.lin i "ii" .__ _. I
.rila, 'an, r\ =-:. _.......: r'Q-.:'"''';;! ...'.....:::".::r.... Season Is Here
tit of < : .' '- -- ---' -:-' "
: $
: : ; : '' ,'
I purchi.ocllon h'i: : : {:" J !{; r1'V -.f" 2' Farmers & FarmingBy For
< .... : ; ; ; Planting Dill
,I (...It '." .r. ,: '1.0 .'. : ; e .
,,- I.. t ..., '": ):.. ;.. $ Q ,,, 1 ;f.,1'.'.'"",;>-' a't.J' r : ;)" -: '. ",I '; { .," \!, \7-I: ; :" j ;,r7.\'t.\' ', \ Kdlter) I Gainesville. Fla., Nov.-Lovers
,.... c.CJ .i'V': ';' ",.rr.Q: "':" J\; ...t.. ;: .. :.\ ? ( / of dill pickles
,( . jft"M., are reminded that
; I ,I' ...t ) ..- _
T." ,
created, j. .. ... : 1",6. ; ':i l. :., :*' t,\\ { : ? u. November Is the season for planting -
,If comiivmlMMioi t b '[ .-:.;.', \. ..': ;':, ;' .-t'H ' > .... /.;.( ;: ;;J ; !; .j. comes (1'1111Jr.) 10. \V. Ilerger, entomologist
u( tlicppoinr t I \.. \ ,: J J ('.1'j... : of Farm Experiences' and Methods FoundTo /: for the State Plant

h act Its:, \1 /I' .... \l'o 11'.). ""N' ). .... i a a'e He Best Suited to Our CountryTHIEVES Boned, who In an authority on thesuJeet
,,f.(ha I tI I 1\'\ : f: .lyp:. o u e o 0r7 t ), of .dill pickles
>Y.> 5 i w\ .,/ : e-
ollall"friil "II. Seed planted now will produce
..1 *. ? / 4 U! Y. 'ftD' 0 matured, 1 dill during next
ul thai, '-". -...111{ ..a> ....,/. ..., ..a .'>.;...... ..... ......t:....,.,.....,....,..:w'to:. I 0h early Jun. The seed should May be or
wnUIL .
'": .. 'h" sowed In drills or rows and the
k.pouch'-.. r young 1.luntslater thinned three
J' I
nt thanoct NlnLh >..?.. r;"',....,,;,7..;..'.... .:""......,...',.,.'"..;..: .... I. I 'Inches uparl. On rich soil, with
Eto Twc ..... .. frequent cultivation and some fertilizer
Inly.: ; : s' .rif5 W 'oilwiy
,_ ,
coi ... ry plants will grow\ to a
-- --- ----- --
""bon :;, :.:.; : '9' u 1J27 .
", tii ..U,1r.. > loJ .. r. height of five or six feet.
Iffy, a**, 7---- -----1-1.-: --- ( lly Kupd Johnson) Will Dill plants. are ready) to be harvested -

: Iir t'r. .,";.,.. "Notlia:; to thieves to stay out", Grow Peppers when a small part of the
., ; cIiI.: : 'l. ; .L..1.'" s/7i I r o ii'UdH. u Hlmi I recently Haw posted I seed present shows signs of ripen

\!: :: '! on a fanner's, place by the rond- Columbia CountyCiiilnemllle Ing by. turning brown. The lIIaiiij.- -
,ac1i; II>11CE)4'\!! :\ I ; tA : [1 ti"NT > Hid"l Miniy: of us also remember Ins plants slioiild) be pulled out of

1 I) t tg"J('f Hint Joke about, the farmer who I the ground root and all, and allowed -
Flu.. Xov:;
.' .....:..,-y. -..... ., M Po t / i ithr.w win uccoHted l hy Rome city pcoplu Reports to dry In some shady place.
from Lake City Indicate)" that
i In their many All of the
|( l;: ,(. us they imsHeil cur parts plant may be used -
tlG'1 HIIInn that they had helped themselves farmers In that spit ion expect to hilt t the roots seem to contain
1 \ to some of his fruit backup i plant a small acreage of pimentopeppers I but little It any of I the dill flavor.

nuwnl'urp0 ; r the road. The farmer replied : neat year. C. A. Kulford), The ,coarse part of the plant shouldbe
iyn al \ at 1 that It was alright an he line help- ; county agent. In helping to put on broken Into suitable .pices.Dill .
rrl(1 I LCalo Le8.0.ership r cld himself. to their tools while the campaign for nufllclent airo I may also be used with vinegar -
they went l.ul'kl'd.1"1'0111 age to Insure contracts with commercial pickles, producing "that dill

deimanci R.IerlOt\.- i .- time Immemorial, Home concerns.At flavor" which Is relished so much
people have felt free to "help a meeting held In Lake City by many people says Dr. Iterger.
|e.ia thcniHelVRM" to certain product of recently 81 acres were signed) up The seed may be purchased from
jj\-tt\ d: : ) Since before the days othe "big freeze" .when seedlings tar farmer's labor and the property and leaders hope to secure u total any regular need merchant.APPOINTS .

1 :1' bore our citrus crops when ox carts hauled the fruit of hlH larni. Consequentlythey of 300 acres or more during the lfiu'r1.UtSIIU.* : ,
have devanlcd shrubs and ('lImpnllnloHt/: : of the farmers

:":1t..";. f .1 loosely packed in barrels, before good roads when sandoffered (flowers have robbed his trees of will make small plantings/: of only The city council met \November
I ) "1'i:! i'u.i. /or Cilrut Cr w" ," fruit and have thought very lit u few ucrt'H. until t they learn more
lot_II t'1. .. l r.t fcv Florida, leading citrus, au"IIOr- the only I traction for slow I moving vehicles I tle of It.1"arnt about I the business 1. In regular members session present with:the C. following F.Hoo'ver -.

BoredLi9KiiA. \ / ill thoulJ be read by! every citrus Since 1893, Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Company has led hospitality and I cordiality (chairman n.V.. Aldormiin. -

4 9! _rOWer.- Sent tree tin request. have been noted The farmer has New National For- I,. A. Davis W. L. Wall.
.. n I l .. all others in supplying fertilizers to Florida fruit growers been one of the mont generous iltl- Minutes of the last meeting were

::4 '\. lhr and farmers-every year with nardly an interruption. /Kind zens: of for the others nation to and share ID always In the est For FloridaPresident read Mr.and Frutral approved made application

't : bounteous rewards of his labor.
/ for the appointment of night marshal -

b: 1\ pk 3 t Today, good roads honeycomb the state, railroad .mainlines "helped lie said UieniHelveH"little when to people his fruits hitve, Coolidge)/: has Just signed : and the council agreed; to employ
o proclamation segregating the him for one month on trial,
:tritt. II are double-tracked highly developed marketing organizations his shrubs and his flowers. Vet Ocala division of the Florida) National with the understanding that if billervll.IS
this lias I Increased with
Ry practice HO
I Forest the OC'lIlllatlonnl:; were satisfactory bo would
A1 as
; i handle fruit of from budded i
piunrk i good quality I the Influx of population the cities Forest It bas been announced by be retained.A .

"r lr trees, and motor trucks haul the crop to central points that It has merited serious attention the Forest Service of the t'nlted) motion was carried that A.
the of farmers,
i iH
on part
States Department of Agriculture. W. Thomas be employed as the
n:, y .N, : FERTILIZER 4r where it is attractively wrapped, labeled and crated. To- many pouted of their them land.l have consequently The new Ocala National Forest school .police.

? tr1 (day, as well, Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Company continues will have a separate administrative The council agreed to pay one-
t The farmer has no desire to be organization. With the half the repair bill to J. N. Pad
t i'. to lead in Florida fertilizer sales. a cad,._ lie enjoys life himself of the Ocala division, the gett's car, the damage being caus-
\ and wants other people to enjoy State of Florida now has two Nat- ed by hitting a manhole in the
N life and the fruit of his labor, street.A .
f I bar ; FERTILIZERS ; :; The popularity of Ideal Brand Fertilizers through all Hut everything he gets costs him ional The Forests. communication: wan received
creation of the Ocala National -
Ai I It
? :: money. costs something to produce i from the beautification committee -
... these is conclusive evidence Forest as a .separate unit will
: IDEAI -t years ate preference oft fruits that often are taken so I of the Woman's Club, asking
further the
: -: Florida fruit and truck farmers for in these glibly by people who hare had the tolls growing, of timber on assistance from the council In
ti. ;: : growers past nothing to do In producing them. I sandy the protection of planting shrubbery along paved

r ;-i 34 years these producers have purchased more Ideal Brand Nobody gave the farmer the fertilizer the area against of the fire area, and for the recreational Improvement -- streets. The council: agreed to
t.i ) nor the Implements he usedIn I
tc.9 / furnish some labor In connectionwith
-:: Fertilizers than other kind..4r0 purposes together with administration
._ any cultivating those trees, and he' the setting of same
of the
Hit did not steal them. Why then game. In cooperation -
; 10 Appointment of member of the
", .. .. ..,, 11I'.1> with the State Came Department
.p.!! "' ""' ,. should! his products go for nought? board of bond trustees, fire chief
".- Wilson) & Toomer Fertilizer: Co.JACKSONVILLE After all "helping themselves" t. says. the Forest Service. and .scavanger deferred for future

S5 *T. Is joist another name for .stealing Ocala National Forest has a section
n -' -. /gross: area of 250OOu:! acres. of -
f t FLORIDA Ownership of lands Is a patent which 158.1122 are owned by the iisritnti: nut TIIK: imin-
l? .___
$ of nobility. United States.. l'OUIl( ) C'OI'STTII.I.cn.u'u.: : ; .
11'E L1. Tit.\iM-n I :
ari 1rlve
tumbled -
gentleman over --- -
..... . .
lit;) "I wonder who owned this cur -
li'W I burred gale just In time to save
before I bought it?" r
himself from the angry/: bull. "You

krif "Why"\ 1"Vhenever It comes to a dark l brute," ho spluttered( shaking his j I" 'l.

pliu-o 011 a lonely roml tho engine list nt the animal "anil I've beena

r.. / nnouncihg..9d dlOH" ._Lire-.--.--- vegetnrl.in/: all my life. Cincinnati E i

1I'lullI Sleek' lor ()pu'. The old i I Cmiulrer.:

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fie JB lLlli.ckAutuJIlln ... wauw.r- F- i ) a J

1.8 vd'3T P q i I

tlv Display .

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r r i (): :t li cordially invite you to Jerie.s 192Z-28 by I H.

I 1kYr
VVattend of Wynne Ferguson
a special showing r .

motor car fashions for 1928- '
1 opynitlit 1'I1I. by lloyle,jr.

1 -introducing lustrous colorsof ARTICLi: No. '. l--, -I +

Arc >ou get: I Inc! the mo-t out of joiircar.Uer.irc
lasting Duco rich uphol-- you ni.ikinnioslly mistakes If II should bid three clubs, he would':
in !biddiiiK playl'fhat I H a <|ui'tion, give lit. partner a wrong pit lure of his !
of the finest that every auctionl. bridge|: player houl.1| h.III.1nd I Hun load to trouble; later on. iift
steries quality .
ask himself and l one to who, h he h'ul,1, lie ,.ordulll"t to make unsound raises.I T
I i-oniouiit. lOiisamwiT lu-rc 1
ry to.(jix: s i cr.
I land
No. j
smart new appointments.The arc imdniiliUMlty mile pKivcri win<
cither hold nixl c.inU or b.ul raids .
c"nKiitvnllv. but the great; nuiority ul ; Y :
Buick Autumn display playvfC hold "\,'r.,.;" r.inh. For that : An z :
rcaioii, .f( you lose lonsistvnllv, tin- ;
I will chances: are th.it \our K:.KUC nci'tU;I ini- ,
Saturday and continue 1 tarts J. x, 7.4
'I lie r.inlM break inn in
opens ': '
"lung < lulu. -A, 10. 7
run, thcrtfore >our lo .es ntiist l
all through the week. Don't due to bad.) bindlini. of K'".I! nran' I iamomU, 7. S .Ir1UIda d'lihtiy
; : Sp.wleC8, 6. S, 2 o.-
1 1 hm |Miint H ucll illiistraltd by> the ful-

miss this interesting exhibit. IOw big, : |I.IIUH, : :Nn: score, rudder game Z dealt! and
hand No.1 passed' A bid ono spado. Y ioiiblc! ,
and U pasted. Z correctly bid two ohearts.
NOVEMBER 12 to 19 I lean j -(fJ. J A h..ll\\G spadci and Y and 1)passed.
('lab s-0. 7, J : Y : UhaC Bho\il / now do, bid] p ppi DrJlAxl t'7DM 'ARDCODe $ED M/3 6EDt DMu'a.a'r
l Di.inmmN.O.S,7,4 : A B : three hearty or pa-is.' Z bhoiil.l pass by Ala ore'
SMdci| -8.4.2 : Z : all mean. I Its. hand i is far too weak for .', a Lllsua t --
.1 redid. even if his partner should help o'r.
REGISTER MOTOR CO. No srnro, rubber game. 7. dealt andtt..nl the heart bid; but when the latter passes
'. l, A and! Y '.i.scd| and It !bid one Z certainty, should l pass. Don t let I, :if::
heart. If 7-ptM'oI.' what, should A bad. yourself be tempted] to overbid unless It I 1 kJTCNEN I 9i4'. 6'rPCrK
A KliouM iuvK>iil>Uilly bid two diamond have chance for
you some your con
IBBN: BETTKH AVTOMOIIII.K9: AnN Ill'II.T llt'ICK WILL IH'ILD THEMOn *. 'I hu fart tint his partner baini.ule tract. You can't, perform miracles with II I ,Ur+eia aeivl
a fourth hand bid ..hoa very poor cards, and the sooner )ou realize tvM kc 1S
strong hand, tint as A has, only two this fact the sooner you will enter the 3 ..fArYd-t
heartt, there in.iy not Lc a game in dot of winning pl. )'ers.lien you getcood
heart On the other hand, diamond
cards,try to win as much as possible
Scratches or Skin Abrasionsan may br the duly unit that U leek', anda with them; but when you get poor 1 F f1ZJf F1..COQ., PLU)) sz-c:OAJD 1=i.ooR.lx.au
bid of that A enable II
suit by
may to cards to lose little
try as as possible.
should be used infec bid two no-trump! and go K.ime. As a That is the secret of the successful: play. ,..;:rr-T It to -r &
antiseptic prevent matter of f.lci. A-B can' make either
er. .\ VEIL I-AII OfT RM.ILL: ,talus the ice box and
tioninsurequickhealing.ThereforeremembertoI three hearts or three no trump, so a Problem No. 6 stairway to covered with shingles stained a
J diamond) bid A would be lIot'sf: .'cnnow LOT j I I
ner. DC on the by lookout for such a \big Kinili wine .ort8-A.' "K, Q, J cellar and provides space for many (dark brown. The sash and win-

I Use BOROZONE at Once! and don't pass your. paitnvr'. bid of a ("Io.h-A, 4 (By R. C. Hunter and Dro. Archtt. household articles which one does dow frames are painted to match,
suit if you have:wo or I Ices and a fairly lIaIl10Ilcl.9,2'SpadesIO 9 8 New York.) not want about Ibo kitchen.On the siding. The shutters and rear
I Borozone Liquid, a powerful antiseptic, cleanses cuts good cult of )our own. Did your own A small house that Is well designed the second floor are 3 bed door are painted powder blue. The
suit and) tell him what !kind of hand
and wounds and kills germs. Borozone Powder you have. It is then up( to him to decide : Y i Is not always suitable fora rooms and plenty of closets. ThereIs chimney Is of red brick.
applied after the liquid hastens healing.Keep' both handy what to do : A Bs narrow lot, In fact the narrow a good air space over the second This house has a frontage ot

Sold By hand No. 2 : Z : lot requires a house that la especially floor rooms which Is well ventilated twenty-neven feet and could be

Corpening's Drug Store Hearts 10. 7, 2 Hearts-4 suited to the lot. making the house very liv- built on a plot forty-five feet wide.
I Y I Clubs- 10. o. 7, S Clubs-J. 7.6,2 This little house provides comfortable able In the summer months. This would provide ample space
: A B i Oi.\monds-J.8..J Diamonds-Q.S.4,3 living accommodations The laundry coal bin. etc.. are for a driveway and a good distance
Although velvet beans are wide- be opened In California shortly ; Z i Spade.A.6No Spades-A. Q.J for the average size family. Them located In the cellar. I, from the property line on the other -
ly used in this state for fattening The purpose Is to Improve the rube /No score,first game. Z dealt and passed.. are six rooms and sun porch all The exterior of the house Is side.
ncorc rubber game.: Z dealt\ and bid A passed Y bid one heart and B passed.Z .
conveniently and compactly attractive, the
very roof
bogs the experiment station has bit ruining Industry throughout very lines being I Complete working and
one heart. A bid two clubs and Y bid) now bid one no-trump,all passed and breakfast alcove plans
never obtained good results from the country. two hearts. Should l D bid three club or opened of hearts. How should arranged. The particularly Interesting. The specifications of this house may
feeding them. -- S paw? 0 should pans. His hand is not Z play the hang so that he can score oft the kitchen always forma an side walls are covered with clap- be obtained for a nominal sum
Davenport New Davenport strong enough to help his partner unless time( against any defense? Solution in attractive feature for the busy boards which are painted a very from the building edItor Referto
A rabbit experiment station will city hall completed recently. the latter Is strong enough to rabid.Y the next article. housewife. The rear entry con ,light cream color. The roofs are House HA-145.


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nit 11)I' )Iti) rorxTY TKM; ;itIMI.. STIIFK.. ri.onn HI
sIb.D,11 V(1 1'r.'111tI'It I t In_. i t
'h.imlle through the large purl and I ........................ ', ., *:'U.913 M
',- 1111I't'' all r..I.." If we are : Slut.<. '
.. Into temperate it tot Intemperate,, I I miiih : .r I'.11.1.1.] imil'' )' of llradI. -
/ tlilngH about I< I ourCealha'red diaxv It well ,t.\\. II over the broom I 1'\'I'Hmrv: : : : find, ., NNI :
nnd )the feminine Into flight l and really leiirnlng (Mal.: 1',1. ICoNler Cor.) .. I I. la. \\'. Miinii." iiinblor of the
'' thai xxlll be l1'ho downward motion of the nl'me-unnrd. Hank do solumnly '
I friends"
: Bradford School torrid s\\iiit, dolt 'Ihe abiivu'
High ..
e1ti helpful to usWe broom on the wall will hold the ........................ I I"Illi. to I hi. 1"1( of. UlvknoxvIeilK Mlutomont
iiiitl belief ,
and that It IM In
:Miss JuckHon"Take this senteme I -- cloth' tightly In pliue.Io !Mr mid Mrs Klberl:: (;nllllll andililldien le .ltlt",1 null''io'.. li" lepurt respuiiHA by the I

Journal 'Take. the cow out of this Illak4 Hcnoxnto Itlui keueiliills.. uf Oknhllml.kll.'I're thuIxxeekend I" a'.o.par1111/1.' ef the U Stall-'. \V.of MUUICK Flerlil. :. ,

lot What :Mood have one hundred ten A smoked or blui'kened cell lag,, orxx I mienls of :III'. and :llrK.I (Mini ) Cuahitr.
noxx IJ.I i 'a'/1111'i l :' 'T--ATTIISTit I ,
1 K:, blinder
o .losi' ph "The cow. ((110)) bonks In I the eighth grade' nil may be> leaned' by means ofa ii. riinnn' r

4 Edltor-In-Cliief _______ _ _______ WILLIAM: DUNCAN;.; llbniry and some, more have beenpiomlsed cloth rung: I out of a .strong solution 1 Mr: and :Mrs I lh'yuml I lieddlng'spent n..X 1. N.XIITH(

Associate\ Editor __ __ __. __ __ __ JOSEPH :MALPAS 1'iofesHor.. after first hour All of these h.ixe been of baking ",,,11111(1( water If Sunday xxllh :Mr. IteiKlliiK S \TTIIKWS j'lrocinr. *.
class I "Some time ago my doctor donated, bv the class of 11211-! :! ; the stain I Is not all removed, dlsmilxe ''parents.' :Mr. and, Airs. II F, Hed- HnltHi i HM il. i and sworn in bofora

Sports Editor __ ____ ._ .. ELMER: McMlLLAN: told me to exerclMe, early every and the ilass of 1H27-2S! :! TheKlvliiH KIIIII shellac In alcohol to the ''dIIlK.' lilt tills lut, duly IIAXVSHV iif'i>voinlMr.J., ".\VIIII 19J7.

Joke Eldlor _._____ ___ __ JUNIOR!; McUONKLbmorning ;.; nWI'1I11I1lIh lumbh..I"111 /: of these books so generously consistency, of milk or cream and Mrs. 1. S. Rosier, II K.: Hosier Nulnry, Public

the class. please, join" me tomorrow shows a fine school spirit.io with It coxer the sooty parts Pillntor Leslie MiClellnn: and, 1.unl4e Rosier ,- 'ioU lit I:

before breakfast? whltpxxash ,over the shellac worn KuestA"; < of AI: r. and, Mrs.J. : ( .

him never made' a 1I1""s IMH'!>..iuiTist'nre ; ; The black xxlll not shoxv through Hosier \Vooclla\xu Sam' u- '1o..lIy nullr.. Ie l 1<11'1'11 t hll'' under
Wednesday during"; the 1 Grange; himself :Mrs Perkins asked her ,'hlhlhICrll" I/1. 'and' .by 11'11I" "r that/ cot.tnln' tI..nl

( tl.inl I..rlod.II'. : ''. .1. M.: Glenn: u longer one )than Ihati --- "what are I blue Bister" of 11n11'I'e Kciuoxe, t7 J,....a !' Tit Clean' Call linlmil Walls. Rub ; Il"'I""vv "lIlor".1 by I ahu.. Ilot A. Z.

Methoillxt, iniHHloiiai.v, entertainedthe stated" I fauna \\', PllMT. .I'|.I',11 .I'I on corn meal I with a coarse cloth, ;II :Mr and :Mrs. .1. K: HoHler were i11i...kiiIi' i'S'll'l' .rldi" to iiait ru.J..tllc'al"'"d-'

l-'ilday the auditorium WOK tinned or molHten u soft cloth or sponge: i visitors to Kalfonl Saturday ford: chmnu'I'v uu the
students( In the anditoiliim George! answerednm! not 2NIh da,, ; II.tf.uJ.h: :: ,:' ,1 U : y
with a talk/ on tin condition In over to :Mrs J. :M. GI'II.ho sure hut I should think they I were 1----" nnd oil Btnltis la .ngua ammonia. ami nib spotsx ,I Cheulhem I'oele of the t Btato I hnl I i.,", lain' l'I h.." roi, I'nul, In ,

Cliln.i. :Mrs (;ill-nil I IK In Staikuut talked to the primary m-ades' lle-, :MSH| Our). Ida Ho Mary Laud I liiim awl) paper, lull II Plait' of x llghtl 1) I"'urnl. HIIH'd.11", I the weell-cnd I Ih.'hl"'li'ii.' 1I".t' I.hlrul'puutlod., II.' 1'II'lrlth., ... ..n, ,t'p''r-. 'ift!I

i clluse of this the regular assembly (',,11ft. 1 Fornlu. Louisa A mil. Ih'llll111' blotting and in the foldHpieati ) of his. mot her, ;MIH. Hester! ." a'"m, ..
piipei. I
Jr) '-'''nL and xxlth her husband -- l.tj.j.\ : ::.7 : \\'III\Mt.II'I: : '
''xxas postponed until the folloxvlimI l-'iemh ili.ilkSllteh \ ;" : : ::;,;l intM'I tee-
\\ ', :auntie Seta and Mrs. lay, or, I
SlpThe .
: Is i'ondiK'tliiK: a lexlviilut t the FlistlUut ) I |I'll'| iSIII'II.II' lox. Urllludu, Ilrllur, 11.III", a'nr'pnra-, ,i'u
I xx eekHello. I the cdu, ". tugelhei. to 1..01'11II..C SlniUe.ipenl "". II "I ,Illill,, a',
luulut, fliuiih.. She spent' II\llI"h pI. I or pin !\ a ml Mis pal' I': 1'lnith.un.
I from falling "II'* Your tongue '' I'lux"liddr.I., ,..w I SI'.rw' aSrnq'y..
uf Ih'i HIM" us ii fotciKii niixsloltary --W. 'l II' keep 1111'( ihulk the xxeek-i-nU hire vIsllhiKlelntlves. / Ii '.t"'pnnllnl, ,. Ie. A. W-, d.
'ol1:0.1'11: :: tilt \III: IIIK
'in :;..ocho\\ China II nd nuturall.x II t Lay this over the giease spot load tells when hll..hu.... n N 'rho rasa 'I'urpn tine

r ; had Hiinu lnt*riMliiR Inlor- folks! We are buck umiln I apply a hot Iron\ taking are not you !Mr nnil MIH J. D I'eele and i'onquluv.i'i>'inpnii" ii I..nhsulur,n,'pnruilun, Soup, ninpluti:Adorn.<,
I million loiiternliiK thai 1 purl of theNear \Hope yea mlHsed us last weokVu hooks in our library w""odonlll..d to scon h the paper. I.hlllll-.r:. need high), wore I tile Kili'stH of :Mrs. ItlplvNUaa': .*< i .iimiinliy" a o-pai'i''mr-
bv the 1'olloxvlng people : asiiinall.x.'. and | *.* .1| if .r. 1C;. llaiucr .inJ
| -': Kusl lust illiln't have blotting: paper Heater Hupp Suilda.x.Mr ,
here HO busy wu I "Toil' 'si( IMMMIIIIMI, ,, I'oiniiiiiiy' .
the (linden. Riverlltlsktu II i
1 1. I'lnl"r( or-
She emphasized, the herd. of doc* time to Kositlp! I If I\I'"I.. leptal with a fii- li'lion ; and Mrs, I. :\I. Hosier nnd. purulloo., too .di. .1.-. th. undi .

re ''tori* und of Chilstlanltv: In China \ don't feel very well this Dorothy Lumb.h. ': daughter. Kilna: !Mr. and AlasV'Ii. ,to I tin-t-lH-lli'il.1 lilKli'Ht, "'I'| ", 'Idddlr.. i .fni" ',t' wish. .r"ll.
Indian KuirvTales
:1'!h. American' ilur .
giving u dcsiriptlon, of I tin* "up'8l1duu. -" : xxeek we are rather "doxxn and I I Or, make n lhl l'c 1"1'1"t of 1',1\ lie Reddish anal hllh '. spent Monxxlth IIIK tin/ I 1..1 hums" iif SH l"i te on bluniil.7Utn .

s manner' lii xxhlch u ChlnuBU Iioxvn wit h Umerlts and, IRunl I > Julian. I'eek. d"I''dIi.\ .... lay, or, 'I..h. balk ,I r (111)' :Mrs. .1. :,I. Hosier "i : froullidltth" ,l I'. iiintior' A l>
8 10111., ::1.l Walt and Hope ( .AlRei) "Ooiuli' iloi>r of
loather ndeaxored, to Lend' a Hick soon 1Vl.'II be out I and apply, II to I the spot with a : lie limit IIIHIHI" III ltiei'liofsiiirke. .. '
I I Julian Peek brush Let It remain until dix, II nit llll'IIII ii t 'ofN'i" : '\' 'ii.i.i-:. : Ih'nitfi.iil, ,' '"nut, ,| )'. wale iif IrlurldlIho '".
thlld. Dining the talk such ihliiftHat Two Indies. noclety leaders -
'k ; young 4. Friink's Ciuniialun' ( .Alger) I 1 fnlluwlug .1",110..1 l In lulu lv''lug
and If in.OBsary. "11111sItIO'oi.: .
off "repeat" it\rn
Then brush and !iliiu
ihop-sthkM und a Chinese shot out here lave been lvntlhi lilt eta In' llu'/ iiaiiitlii of Cluy.
rl I Julian Peek. sr and liiiuliiiid., '
v.an exhibited Mrs: Glenn: lost-il nuil, waiting for their jiidnnienl.; to I I ily. : t.-\\lt
fi. Strive and SII'ep,1IK"I', ) I Ifl'OIll Neuata.'tast.' Ihxi i'"
t.l by sliiKltiK. "0 Happy, l III1Y." In ,,: bo pionoiinced.' Well, MI far' they. To DIIIall.1 To I'l'IIW,111.1 T6 ': MARK Real.a..w Jean Hello. Hamilton |iunl'I.oral' of Nugrfhwuat: ;

..,,' Chinese Rev Kainoinl of the'''hax-p xx-alled I In vain -Thank jtlo'yI I Julian Peek.n txnlls. use a clean' luih> 'ushl'I'| I I --- "gnttrh'a'' ,, N"It.InPestlgnut, >r Norlh.'iiHl.
Hoys oxvn Aillhmetlc" I | l ,*. of NuithellMl -
HaptlHt iliurili ended. the exorcise, I (tYOII see I happen to In- the otheryonug or wludoxv. I brush with a suitablehandle ,: lllllll'tin, all Ill Moctlmt' 2/
with ,. I '' .l'k.'IIIII'Y) WllllaniB. Hiush from" the lop doxxnxxard I V thxvi.iit qan;. rte,, .r S11uthwiel i
prayer.lU'V. ladyVu )
,.; 7. H'lve LltlK Peppers AbroadLothrope < i iiuniter" In Sultan '.11 I 1 \oitli, half iif
:, Noithxvisl" Iluw"lur. NiHllnxest, .
,./l .1. M. 1:1"1111.: the uviitigo- \ are flill practk-lng himketball I ( ) ::11111'1(1111'IIIIaIUl.... I Ur)l make a bag to at over the head. ( Coat-d tongue, dry mouth, v ;) l |L'H tor.. ot NIH, I Ili'llNt, lllllltil.| Oi Huctlurl qti ir-
\ Sniilli .
The Junior Classlis.:. folllui wye half of Saudi ,
S.( ( I u-i
., lint of the. revival iiuu 1 being< held : mid usInK every means, I of the broom haj i Ln .\lh. muddy skin, HolllllltllHl' llllMll,. III *-,,IllhWt|, ***r.!

at tinFirst :Methodist church gave uxalluTiIe) for making our Iwo I \ I Max: Loiilxe Cuiroxvay'I j Or ill'aw n sleeve. or leg of a suit groggy nerves and sour ililallei. I l'7a.l: half, if "*"" ltd LV<*Hl

u talk tit special J benefit for the pu tlIllnx, the bust 1 ever. I (I. Ted Marsh Annie 1'armosato. The Hoy. Si' -out.Shexxrod i'1..1'. old Ktnt mulct"'xx ear oxer the'. stomach suggest its: use. t ,' Hurt limillel. lulu:;:' 2f.: Snnhi.I HolHh\\ii::::.': : : ( >.p.u|,'llailul;, ,ter, ef uf:

pile ,lul'lntill' Thui'Hdi.x( ihaservice. pcl' \\'" are real proud of our" boysthey ( ( ) of tin I bloom>' Put tin I bloom : i us'e MitllllU'cMl t iiiul| III' lit s... i"I toil h.11' .
The rump, fire IIrls'eek; \ tli half' Sunhuulsl, yunll.I'' 1'ljiMt:
. .. _ _
ran play 1 basketball< If xon -- ---- --- -- -- - hall .r Muni' h Hi'wl iiiiiili-i.,. in Moc
Ui-v ilciin.. liy u i-urltfi of sample '.don't believe us iisk them Andour bud 1 Party, ( Illtzi, Loulso, :Maiolte. "- 9 Ni A I Hull, .','. : all ,Ill 'l'il\X, IIHllIp 7 Solltll.
;, (., lianlti, .'_' Cilil: mid 'IvI'iM. nut bring'
und, statistics.proved I
malhomatlcH ( RlrlH1! Modern Girl 'in Hiadronl
Superior ..
The Fire furls In l-iiillilv.' !I'Inrld! AlKO I
11 1. .
that H'hool'l in xvurih on nilnviruii (folks Hpi-akliiK' of 1.<'lIlIly of face Pump Nara:: :lulu l ,half\ i'f NIII HixxuMt iii.ntnr| In
iSiKtess (Helen Hurt ) LouiseMarcolte l :.10." ,nnil" Nnilli Iniir.: HoiithIIIHI
to' -
< of twenty dolnrs u d.iv 'and figure they have both lint iiiiarini.' "f Mi iilnn. tl' all In
BtudeiitM, thut the majority. \ of educated speukliiK of basketball I .\w' well : : \ of Old Fashioned Sister ] I Tau iinlilp,: 7 Suiiili.: ,;; ItntiKi: -'.;l I.IM: ly-
12. The Camp Fire/ illrls and \ h IIIM: anil holtifti In i'luy I'minO l'lor-
$ 6tiltuolllorn \
peoplexlll cam Iliey need, a little I practice but \ ... 'Idl."
In u lil'o time than those un- I they'll conquer evvrythltiK yet .- Aunt' :Sludge,, ( Ullz ) Louise :Muttotte. I f' i N.: K. t'l t"IYM"N

Hxi'hil| I Musii' I In "
edacaIt, I llu brought out tli.it wo I'liincerr.
g ( omen ulwnys <10.'e I I KMIIIir t, KNIilllT:
In ChoIauul
would enjoy IIH well ns pi of It by 1:1.: The Roving Hoys SU11'li'I !.'!..illilnSollc.lorH .

tin1 broadening, or our minds und I of Luck l t11'erriehl l ) Joe Wig fur, .I'liiiiiilalniiniH' ,, t
\\ hope all you folks Imx-u been II-4-M I -12-'.
tlll'l h() Klllll 1. WO HllOllltl "t'dllCUte"ami to the revlxul meotliiK at the Kins. I I

broaden our souls thioiighihrlHll.ui :Slet hued hat, iliuuli and also to the 14. The Young Folks Hooks of.. .. at as MM K i:
I Ktl'iuetle: iCii-lt'tlH. ) :Miss I.uim.Cairoxxuy
: schooling."; IIIIIK people's rated Iii g nl 10 niliiulus 5
In Plrrull "inirt 1'W"III"lxlb l
Still morn cats uItles.- UK being to seven every night at the 15. Camp Klro (ihls on u Ilik .. i'9nrlln.liiillclal, I'lrciill. Iliatlford '"unly.
club house We know you folks 'binary.i
rung up xxicklx on tin mldlron of Francis tiiuie; Coleman. I I Hni a-a t hit McPiiKHlun,
ate" Koodhut, xxe are noluir\ to tiegoofier *.. Conuplnbulut.'hnrlry .
the 1'1I1'1'h' Tornado Gerald Cox 10. Life uiul Strange Adxentui'vH .
\ S
and .I Junior :Donald) arc the Intent of liohliison: CriiHoe (Ik-foe) "i I ( Mi'PnnNlon,

.i-ralil xx lieu plaxlllK: lust Kll-) 1dilY. I.lIla1..IIIIIl.Y.; I iifendnni: i : ':
KolkH. you can't InuiKlne how Ii appi-ni-hiK, hy urThliivn mii.hxilIo ,
uiolved. u hioken ill). lloxx- 17. Ted Marwh.. (and the Kin' 'thu I hill "In' this i.ia.iithai. I t he
patriotic I xxe are out I 'here. The. I : :::: ,r" :: : I'liHnlun: ;
eve, (; 1"'lIldIn... buck In Hchoolthr any l Sherwood ) Fiunli InmiinIK. \ i.1.1 u. I'hmhix Mi 4 I
rats. declare' xxe sliouldn't< come toxrhmnl ,nnluiuxvn, tu t mm" ,inhulnt'rhnt' there
I I' 'llnxvlliK :1 I11ntltt 1 health)' and ul till Krlilii y. Tho sophomores : )Exery: Day ('hIK""' '', shah raP I I Is no ,pi'i,.MUII. 1 In tinSlati' or 1 1"1,1' ,.,
Junior :McDonald blurs I KIIOUM lu ih.r< ililmil., in.a x h r.f PMInpun -
Hound Jn Tuesday' render. I Jlllk"-1'hol'IIIHko I ; A \ -
I .
The ,
einpbatlcally UKree. I \ <* xxllinii'" I\ItIIo'I'h, ,':llil -
l l ruli Isle ,ilnlit I uiin/ ni'iir juniors look silly and sax* they Louise C'auowiiy.HI : 1 l il i ia ir I di Ti' nidi ii I In, IhlH HUH l.n" il"lnrau. ,
the. elbow. but won bade, In the I IClHoii Hlxlli Header. ( Illsen I IT 1-4' i'III'Itlh"ult'I: : :. "nti:t"'l-II; ;
don know. And the Henlors arehllent a'tJ I'Hint' lie Mild' Clou li*>> M'P'its/tin I Iilu
flan-tniiim un hour later, Other and I tack ) Miss Louise Curiowax. I 'iippim' lu I 'ho Cunipliliitin .
] Hut we heard one of them !
I Mn.r::: :: I
vlitlniH of this cruel sport art '. I thu. iiiuH+ at l'lui, ,hlii, onui
tell :Mrhlte she thought the | { ( 'V II ,. luri.ii. Munilny, ,liiu.nih...i r ?all, .. A.
rounding out nliely liii.-k. Klckllter. eliding of the \Vnrld'Itr was the : 20. An adventure of the. i\ib: I H I-U7.; ulluinlHi. llu' cnld' ) hill hainKin

he. of the broken <'oil.n'bone llilffj-Clven I ; I Grace: ('oleiniin, I IIH lunriHHi'd, hj yell.I'I' .
most impoitant, event In Amerlmii t I IH i--firriiiii, : IIIUII'III.I': : u...,iflu
hex been Keen In tliu" Hide linen 21.1 Silent Reader Louis and,I I: ..11,11.. i. lu' imhllHluil ,un.. .. n ". k

unite a few times. lliiHter HedKruxo. history. Koxxlandl, John Inmiin I I''1,1' hull. ,' lUIIPIMIlll, *,.!* Wlll -- III It, ", .IIIlull -
) lOlllllV" Tl'llKItpll| pUllllHllI'll'
; hefty fullbm nf I the 1 Hast Heie comes (the fmultv I'lay 211: ('11 11I1' hire Girls I I Fiain" I.I i > :9I I' i Mai! ki '.lin hlii'
goal defenders who ,reich veil a Dorolhv, Lamb.i.n.HI. I "I va-i'sass I :: :my:: l.aiul. uiul, llu i c...il uf.hi
a little miiKic'" In (he liiinil -i ""," 'Kiln llu. IM day uf. Nu-
badly rut forehead not long ugo. In I Dear old, faculty ,really I they -------. M 'iiihi. i .1 |I'. I'C'TI:
Iuu'k' In the daily battles with nil' 1 : ; ii (..itm: I! XV AM'I'KM' XS'
looking simply Ki'iind.!) flay Just ''lark. I 'III till i .,..11', I
of his dlMtstrous! dashing nnd passing anxthlUK/:, xxe are sure that they 10 Hy C( A !KM.I. t Ill l l't'I Ii
I The "Hlrd, Club" held( I tlieiibusiness ,' I I l': \I.I t la> .piit, a'u I.; i.k.

the (tad" did soinotliinir xxlll sliiK. "It'N always fair weath meeting "..l..III."y.1'11I1..1' :No, 1363I I .1 N 'fiinuH.: : .
,11 lay way I "erxlien good fellows gel! together" I -i.."lu IL.i, t I.u. uiiiiilnliiaiii. '
most unusual I In :'Monday's \ 2. The followlug'fear uppointed II I'.. IJ.'
I Hero. comes the fuinll.x. I rw
gums T"m 111\VlllluiiiH' team us a proKiiim lommlltiiIMolsc -- ---- -'"
play a little music' In Hie hand' I't
worked iloxxn xxllhin a few feel of 'I ._ : Rltch el'I'1I1 l William M.I" i: f)1' 4t11: III' 9'frxel./N1'Is' .
the gout; line. lint' I the enemy line II. II !,. Ill' M\ Vlment Alvarez and .1. H. Kell.xThe (Simple Lines Aspire to Honours "I"H': : \ I 111'1 1111' 114 III', 101'\111"1!

held for two dnxxiiH. ami, on t tho referem i.ommlttee huil Io .I 1

hams placed, I tin ball cxiully on deal of I rouble! making: box. nndeistand lull,, use" lilt' Andrews. JIll Spun' 'frock riTominenil I it for !shard! wear. I I I ti null.nl, .iilnlv.'' I'Iridu. /. Mill i." =

the until line but i.ot an huh further his lesxon Finally shesucieeded liolland Hillx ('lIl'k'r of I Ills i nut An filfcctivv, Hcallopwl' yoke joins the I I '*.I I,1 In f I.uuu,11n, H.al:;:: I ,,1,I of liiilN':flay! I rui..'; Small.Hi'-:; ,iiiiiiliii:It.mix.; ;*

when it went over" tn (ilennMcMllliin's und draxvliiK i u Ions Illltli'' guxi I Home l vary I Intel'.esl' Ini.repol slightly .liloiised' b'xlii" front to a up i I'> 'nnd I IIH Itiilhitf HIM I'tlli, .l ty s

: team On the very breath remarked "If it wan 't ''Is plaited Hkirt. The Imck i lit. ptrfectlyplain u.t' ,: I y

last play the hacks faked, n lino for me you would be the biggestdonkex ; At 'mil .iHxemhly on 1"1,1,1), th. as lire the l ling hlei'ves. /fuiMliedwith of I t "liiiiiiniy, .ui" July' nf tin xi" 'in '10-'

pliiiiico while "Red", tin..led tho I In Stuvke" tout. lug; talks were KI'II',1I'lul' llarintt ruffs walloped 1 to irmtdi .nrd 'and,' mi." In HI..Hal. '.",,,t. Tit |1.-
Idol, y"k,'. Narrow Kuwurain rills. ,n null Lea( di'lHMiiltiul' IIK. Ii anil H"i to
entire group of playas, and after \ Thomas Hlue Illid KIO.wily Cams the lower' edie of skirt '' ,ban ,l' I lull" 'a-" ,.xl ill' tin ,lilt" "f Hit liar

barely getting by the fleet( "Monk"! T'.II'.h'.rh..ommy.. wluit arc the I Daisy' Tompklus' OKlr"( "' 'li' 1 and,l lonvertible ei Ilan. No.,11 1 Ifi.l( :t is' fornnisiH i II fill""II v.|I"et'on! ,annum,Hit., I IvlrNI, imviilde,ilnv .uf Hi'inl..Ijiniiiirvaiel I.nn*

had clear field, all tho two euitertaf" ( buries Fields Tho Cardinal and I I I
DlnkliiH smell
a k( women and is in / .Inly' "f em' 'h yim, xxlth lMt'.*rii.t
way to the goal The run was Tommy "Masculine: and, femi Eloise Rltth Hultlmore, Oriole I HIKI-S. Ki;, IX and W() yeurs or (::1.:16\ : 111.n IH i IIH, nt tin licit 'I 1"In' pi''hti' 'I pill uiul s

exactly a hundred yards long Red nine. TheIas"lIlIlIe! are" divided These talks were enjojed very I m und. :IX mi.lie* bust). Size 18 I ((3> bleat, Illll'll-Hl: ill" Ihii l.f i Mil Ililluxii'III: CIIV:: aNil'hullllx: :loiiiil Ull'' .Ilitulcin IIIIVihh : -

.r iUin-s 'AH yards :39-'nth! '
) mutej-iul. I Vi w York '
i'ricit" 15 i-cnU. I I 'I.:.Inniiiiiunt:: ::, ,1.1' |,P..IIIK rrirod. fur

-- I The ICII rnum lit illustrated in our ww .". lI'" IH 1"1." IKIO' ("in 'unit "Hi.' iirlni. i put, I
f xntd''h.
KollilM" xhilll h. dm nnilIlllXllhh'
I II II II MODERN Kuxhion hook are tiilvunir Htylea for I .III N,''rh' fllllll, olll,a 10 '1'rn
liE'! caul, Put hEKIC OLD cATN10NED '; G/RL/ the home dnwHinuki, anc* !the woman i.H i M .a r.|I.....l liv j ,'Iv, ri'inn' diifo' .lh<*rfiiT *- L
I or girl' who demres to wi ulu bulb iif sold' nm' enrh' yi'ur.
i '' UNDER 14e; pRESwEH1. 1 1h GIRL 'i jr garnu-nta I !III.Iulll'" I h. lunpli'il. nit lii g alit
( ;: I I dapa| for taste oi nphcity and "'< ., : ,. (,;n Novi'inlier, lOttt I 1927.,
R: EVERY' ELECTION A I economy, will find, her rf 'Hires fulfilled XII 10,1,1., .IH err trgnhv'I, | | | III ll.-poBlt
1il"'S"AM -a I lDAVE :ERt1IE In our patterns l'ricwf tho book JO \< llll I' A I"'h, IIH. "I'llllt air Hlllll
cents the I' t'lly fiiiincll, at Hliirko Plml'la.' 14iiiiirinl
copy! In i k iMiiiiil. I in In,.. ....MI
I, ( (!; '" I A pattern for ( he, uhoxe ile-dm" ..r ih" iimunm.. ..r 'hl'l Sold, ;'h.,.,k i.t
01 = 1 hn pnynldii to I Iho ."..-" ..r
C -: -: ---f. l. .- 1'-.1= J.J"J. lt a.l.. ITj-=, I will lu Mcnl )prepaid 01 ,lecelpt" o rl i t lu. i 'itv ur 1'k., Iti" '"tford, ,.",,,.ty, p
\ y- fifteen mils in |1..1"A|
stumps| or ruin,
aC5 j1 jf j-- '\WlvOlhujpwanlski"" \l t uuyouadNknlpkaltufiiwAYoulml6ktNoYowidttktldnNFDave ; &; U'llte II hldilorn Hluill, iiclfy| the.
) i
\ f '.: > oiir luiliii) anal ilddrorth, 4 .iinoiiiit, ..r hitiulw" 'hid! rue and. Hit.

clearly: give nninbi 111I.1 size! olIpiiltern f t I: rim::: xvlthln I whlih; Ihn \hiildprH:: I willnuq.I I Ii
Tho musician has poured, out; his! | %' wilt Ihe bribe lllTI'ltf llfllTi ;
Bernie Finds nnd iiildri'MM
Flapper liillein !iii(" null'i" IH given hv
i ( hi* sn Id Cli.rlc' uf
/ Most Perfect Girl soul !but they mll"tCo bulk to imrtini-nt. llradford County Tele.vriiph. -I[i inlil: ;iuuiu.il. ;Unit di llx'i'ry can: t. ,r r
an cxery-ilay world walk ncdiiti i mm' !".
1 /f- I :'I2'i I: "',,
"rlll Avenue' :XMW:. ,
of All Ages ly down the aisle, act us though 1'10. iilllfli'll, I hock allow, ri'ft ll. .I
INES '' they have not been swept; into i York (City. 'to IH .In..hi) il"r. >4inlli. '. >.1 l tin II tflimanti, .
g -- 1 I..r| rilll ulllpllllIKi'' With the ltd l .
__._ __ Illilultlc.l. -
j other world l _. ,
IQ1aS l andn, t / tin i.xciit ur. II,.. ."'_
New York City-When the Jazz; with, its free unhampered t ? ,.Iu".r, HIII h hid' mid' the '.11''-
I- modern girl Is weighed in the bal emotini.ulium born fur are un tin pint of I Inhhldi. la
o ', You Know A Ionic ""ltlfll" with) t till. tomtit" lllTHur/' .... ...e ,
ance with her sister of a dozen dancing feet, calling for the Is (loud -hill", 'I.-. r..". II"r".1 HH ,lui.ihl.H.-, '

years ago the so-called 01<1-111"h- wholesome exercise of brain and when it makes cut liku "t nnalr, mid, .h.. rillillnil' .I.i,. Ih.' -lltf
Zoned girl Is aha found wanting body sends homo a more completely you a "IIV CIIIU-II.,
I hungry boy and' bring buck the :-I., III' I "tnu 'II'| i .liHIIi'il. nn.ler ("l'Ip-
? satisfied hcalthler minded
morally spiritually
or -
c-)Ior to ler !'IS'IS I uf the. g.'unrnl, I 'IIIXVH of h"
Dave Bernie, eminent in the audience. your checks You cannon I'l.'l" .X'l-' l.r 'IIU- |-'t'.Ibbl' l-l'lilHllLlliri'

modern music world, believes that 'Iho lyrics as well as the music- fuel tho Strengthening In- Illll' ,III III. iHHIICll. rill the 1"1.. "...' Of
Onmtilntr, ,, l Ihn ,
the scales not only balance but are free and untrammeled and vwurutintf Kffutt:/ of CKOVK'S 'IciC and IMipi, Kriiilliitf.ovlnic llo'hid.nrfnc-' '..rtaln

:register a higher score for the while a few years back it was not TASTKPOHH: 'It''r....,I. in ih. city' ,,f Hiaiki*. Itrad-.
ESS -I\ I Itll girl of today. Adding interest to considered I 'la>ly like' for a young TONIC. fun 1 .. uiinu. -, KlnrMii,

t I nil statement and inviting horrified i girl to faintly suggest thut aha J'k-uxunt to tnku. 60.:. 'ilKhl'I'h. lu iild n.Jr."Cllv.e I'luiarll rcHi-rvo. the
iiiiy mni ull'hliln.
disavowal{ from the preachers approved of embraces) tho mod Liver I'ill Itv nadir. ..( thin, cjtv Ci.iinrtl.. of
ern flapper says just whut's thin' ,Cllv uf Htnrlii, .
II and Victorians Bernie gives: tin- on nrailfortl county
A aw'knuff. of (;...vo'.. ,Plnrida.| ,
her mind. Liver Pittrt .IA .
1 qualified/ credit to the jazz age I clf'',.l with 'lM tfl I.. en <'. .
ev.Ty nt
'; r
dYtl .+, ll/y-r yh PK S AV Cor this state of affairs |1 'You Don't Like It-Not MocVrould 1 : -;10rtuka"' .I. TONK; rr thi...t. "h..I"/n"" uf city iiririvire"Cumuli/ uf City
[ never have been popularIzed w.tu .. LUMUUVQ in ".r Nt+arko.,
"There {Is a refreshingfrank a few yeaM. Now walk Um'I'un.". tunnuitiun XTTKSTc. :
ago. at
ness about the modern .X "I'I"TI '
generation |fl.|
r11RPlgH6 a lack of repression, that ia many girls" as boys ask for it and" cl.rk: or tin ciiv Ciuiiu' II of the Cllr
sing it when dancing. It's uf t
little Stark
nPAFFIC directly; due to .the ,influence. of bit frank but certainly verY DODU.liar. \ I it aSlt CI' 1'Fu1\'I': 10-H.3C-11-11.:
modern musicna claims. '
"Psycho-analysts have proven / I L'. |part "r the i.oiiiiiiiiiii. ,,r ih., '' "' .: 'IO III-IIIOII AD:
"The dancers have been allowed l I.ulya. v Slur '''wk..t '."w"'Y." "KbirMH 4 IIIIII: 'IOIHNV.ilo.i
that jazz far from being an agentof not only to listen to, but 1 In tif SlHln of Klurl'lii( lit I It". -
i experi-
,. .
evil, is a safety valve for an 1 IKS .r IHIHII.' '.>*N itift.i.i.r' 'In rJ7: '
the music. l I.
ence The
: girl who ... hi-ri-Sy given
vcr-highly civilized l<*>i Mrre. 1 rri-ililurH that all
age. bends over a typewriter all Lions. fllMl I I'lMllllltltH f .O r.l1).7! I nil ,. h gnrees., UINtrtbute.a and
"Music itself has no Inhibitions the boy who sells bonds day.'I''I I I'lllliil ) 9.Jn11" on HK-alriHt other |M>.rninn havlnic" clnlm/
the ,
uaith\luolelpal I I'slate:: r
< iiiilv uf John t:. Culii.ii .
; our greatest symphonies gone hand-in-hand into a glorious I It..n'l-, di'ci, ......d.. HII hnrohv -
re a free expression of the major world of riotous rhythm and ItankJiiir FtoiiMu Kiirnltiirif. ."Oll Oil 'Io present their Raid 1 f rinlm' to the

human emotions. Modern music, haunting harmony. They are re- I and ,l-'lxtnri'H I>.'177.no II lpn able Can. A. fardlinr! roun
Jazz written for dancing a fre hed above Other. real pfato nwn.<) 2/J42: oo Iv ludireiif Ilrndford (
step further In providing, roes channel all.' they are happy. l .IHIUI,* and, oilier r....,..".fM- .. 24! H< iila. for; his IIPnro.1llh'n Coinifv.' Klor
a "Released of one
their repressions, a'n -h "n tiiinil and Alta from vi'ir from data hereof,
for the release of those who and every normal being has them I lunik* 3e.Ot9.r2! ili'"i w'l10.' \ .. Hold ,In bm, or therein tpN 1 no-

have not only written the music there is less temptation to indulge and, all nornoii-1, lad"l, ,>ied to "l1lif 4
pat for those who hear it. them otherwIse I firmly believe T..IU. /9/,9ai2 I. ,Ksifit: are 1'.11..1..1/. / to "ojth..l.lr
t I.'"hili II. sold dc., )>ti ,
'' i uEMColl i "Observe the average audience that the modern girl with all her < '.iiilliil, I"'k IUIKI Hi l1 .oln cci, dersluneddiiiinlxtnitoni. un-
"'' .t a concert: the majority sit appreciative surface' frankness Is lovelier Siirplun!,: t fnnilI'iMMViilifd' I,6OgAo1' I Thin, day !of 01.tuber, A. n (
NOLD/nG/ IT \ moved by ,whet theypaar morally and spiritually a lirrtfllii l lean. n- I 19aT.'J ;
?pTt1iRDOWfi than her "pfllHHH Itllll tUX.. I
pittti 714 .
73 I '
3' .
but R. < ''. .ON and
L tight-lipped, uneasy, inhibited sister of yesterday" l 1..1.| .. 77.11I1.211 r. A. ('Or.oN

I -j I 10-14-91-1! A'lmlnUtrator

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"l'on..e'tl I South Georgia Knllrcmd running urge{ everyone to m:jke these last ,
+ of; et Mpurch, Bradford County TelegraphESTABLISHED I from Add Ga, to High Spring' I' days of the mi>itliiK the, nr.t, In- I G. M. INMAN wsiuuuuwuu.uiwiwiwauwuuagwi 'i

( Florida. Tho recent acquisition | teresllntt and helpful of ".I that
d\ Con app!', IN 1879 or tinT and, J. mid III IK nuw move W" hllJali.\ .
>,rt,,ids I"ilt' i would, ( luclli-iitu thut the (Seaboard' i Ill- and Mrs. (lend. have labored I Real Estate II

tt'un.S: pllllls U hit Of ,development 111northern lovingly and falthfull) among I
'ocllon late ut Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class anil, i "II'rul I Florida. I us. Surely everyone. uppicuiate All of time and
cr.""." Matter\ at the Post Office at Starke, FloridaE. C'-lnesvllle' Dully Sun their service." Let us show our appreciation my energy -
x 10 ba, -0- I by doing all that we can from this: date on will

corn mmLMlbi: S. Matthews\ ______________________Owner and I'ublisher The Hriiilfurd County' Telegraph I 1111 theMe lust days of the meeting/ be applied to the real estate I
of tilt: t shot a hullIn. n Tlmes-l'iilon, hit i
ourselves mid others
to tiring
"I'"U act i N J. C. Robinson..________________________Managing Editor ior 1""J'r us follows': "Ilehhid, till I i er" to Cud' and. In more perfeit. 1'1011-1 business in Starke. i

,'c.t Ibo a. '\. I hlllhoards" lies inn oy u pretty clly." lownhlp one with another.. I i I am in position to handle I
ullat"j Ilorlda SUIJSCUIPTION HATE Tlmes-l'iilon. "The vust toil JorI I There will be a service at the farm properties that
: are I III
; I fty of poster, pluck bide, not a I.hurl'hIII""da)' evening at ;
.f tIihway + Yearly, 1.0; ; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance pretty. city but ")'''''OI''H. The well- ; 7:30: o'clock.. priced ri ht.Iy: trip
In UNoulhea br'ai'd.pri's'm' u far betternppeiiriiiire .
Advertising Rates on Application kept' 1 north this summer has
I linn IIOIIIH, surroundings All obourd for sk>'lund! This i D
C.I .18III. I of many". -Hrudrord County big dirigible. typO of captive balloon placed me in position to /11t1gr

to 'l'w..Iy..,, .( The Luke City Kuiiorler says that Hallowe'en spirits were:'Telegriiph.: Some people differ even will lio one of the. elltel'talll-I sell properties listed with
co uhoiit Llllboard-2Ilrooksvillel neat features at the Staten
.,way. active at Lulu. I I Herald.One l .. Fair to be held at Jacksonville me. 1.
ICy ra' a.r1d o -- .-0----- !November: 17 to 20. Carrying three STAKKE, FI.OIUDARheumatism

uce cur' Palatku Daily) :News' issued 1 : a 72pageIcmorlal: Bridge Stafford: Culdwiill now announce : passengers" It will I ascend. to a

"I".t"a.hlt.. as and! Good l Roads: :Number'; :Monday.Tallahas.sfu ', to nn unsiiHpc-rtlng, pub- ; height ot 1,000 feet and then start This is the
I lIP Hint he tliooHOH not to run forgovernor. Its return trip to terra firma by tough one !
o ''I the means of a table. Dully usrenslon.i -
e. Thlx announcement
While In France with the American -
eeordn.nl ,; Democrat's "\Vest Florida I DevelopmentEdition" <-..111('" us n dlHtlncl mirprlHe' to I the on a regular/ schedulewill Army 1 obtained a noted I II
,'\ 1.1')9IOU!!) ( citizens'' (if the state who be made and will afford many French. the
way prescription for treatment -
'y l: \\as I a corking good one '
people who fear to risk an airplane -
he go 1 I Id I have never heforo heard of him. of Rheumatism and Neuritis Goodyear Heavy Duty Cord
ref1thr.a',, --0- I'unlii' iorila; >lc>ruld. ride an opportunity of goIng 1 have given this to thousands

nuwnl'urge ,' Kcmember the Kc-d Cross 1 and do your bit. The eleventh -0- up In the iilr.. with wonderful results. The pre-
V. a4engl annual roll call begins today. The Hllmy Imml of corruption, TIle canning of grapefruit, Is Hcrlptlon cost me nothing. I ask I
J which him followed I the Teapot nothing for it. I will mall It If
becoming one of the big Industries
cal, ---0 I Do you work hard, play hard DRIVE hard?
"ami Dome riiHo Milieu the original l..a'4o lit South Florida and ninny new you will Bend me your address. A ,
"..d.:', There si-ems to be' a good chance for KVOl-% Gainesville, hall aKulii; appeared on the surface. factories are opening up. With 1 postal will bring It* Write' today. Then here's Tire! a aA
dn"J' a' to start broadcasting: before winter is over. Kffnrlit to Intimidate mid corrupt electric power In every part of the IMl'lj CASE:, l>ept. 1.-::>2, Ilrork- your
tarldeta. the Jury have resulted In another state the fruit and vegetables. Inn, )111"".
., o mlxtrlal. There la no late avoiding packing houses are placing new I rea180ck 0Iager. You
etab never saw the road if
Hu4'., Plant City is preparing) for( a busy! winter and spring ship- ; the repetition' of the, general I labor saving machinery Industries a

lid 1 1u" { ping season.! Go to it ; Bradford will be right on your heels. HiiHpli'lon hut t no republican udminlKl are expanding! and the labor of I r--1i mJME:TS--f afraid of.
y ration wnl proxecute and packing and shipping of fruits
tlaif 11",1" o I rnnvlct In these casen.. Coolidge/ and vegetables under. former con- Mark every grave with a t

talc f\ Tor I the respectful consideration of the Tampa Tribune approved. the policy of the HurdIIIK I ditions giving place to new l Ideas< Monument. I am a sales- /More Goodyear plies in it, More Goodyear I

fo"l".fi and the Jasper News : "Hathaway Requests Audit on High- administration. and. refused to I faster work and Increased facilities } man for the National
ar.a, lift a finger to air the senate committee In every department. Rubber in it. Reinforced ribs in its sideicatls.
I Marble & Granite: Corporation
.rw. ,.. ways which unearthed. the oil I -
sins'r.. o--- lease corruption.Stuart DallyNews. Atlanta Ga. All-Weather Tread oil its face.Powerfraction3lileayethat's.

y 11.ct'" :Madison: : Enterprise Recorder carried two editorial pages: !: Let me show you samplesand I

ad t.4'.'"' last: week-one for political matters and the other for sensible H.! \DavlcH' -Will-field o-. president ot [GENT A WORD prices. I the new i

!:.:'t! stuff. the Seaboard Air Line railway, STERL COURTNEYt't Goodyear
I lIeal'yJuty Cord. We have it. Comesee
h.a, o who died. recently, specified in his COLUMNSyrup I Filling Station I

t1 reugh .,, Two Miami bandits were caught, sentenced, and were on will that a sum of not less than can, all sizes, and barrels. l Starke, Fla. J for yourself.Supreme.
RaifortI"o all within twen- $5,000,000 out of his estate shall J, F. Klckllter. 10-28-31. __ .. __
m their way to spend twelve years, be lined for the founding and main _

In tee,: tN& ty-four hours. taining of a home for deserving FOR SALE-200.000 Charleston {Women Who SufferWith
tB old ladles without means. He
$1.50 ,
1,000 5,000 or
-- -- per more
; gives this great sum in the memory $1.25 per 1000. A. P. Schnell head.rhes. t1lxzlne, pnlnn
t a"lof Florida's hunting season opens on November 20th and of his mother. Surely, a more Lawtey. Fla. i42tFOR In the tnnrtlv bnck nnrt liver other will ailments find Lano'aPilli fromnn

it doesn't. The opening day fall on Sunday and Sunday worthy object for bequest of a just the thin* for relief.
{ rich man could not be found. In RENT, 5-room house close In MITClIKI.l.'S OHIO STORE!:
oil on{t{ hunting is forbidden. our opinion. It Is one of the finest !' $10.00 per month Box. 655, LANE'S PILLS Service StationNO.
I o gifts for any purpose made in this Starke. 112tFOR

.11'' Guard well your lips and watch the words that fall from country mee Valley In recent Gazette.o yean.-KIsslm-. RENT Furnished apart- Increased gas, electricity numbers and of applicantsfor water In

dew; them. They can bring happiness or misery ; the choice is ment with private bath. .'. A. every part of the state shows that PHONE 83
: Scott, Starke, Fla. 1 t. :
rtp rIJ, yours.-Island City News. A sermon condensed to a few Out In California one driving many new people are in Florida
.1"", through the oil sections or towns this season and many ot them came
C. O.
I words.: D. PLANTS-Cabbage, Col-
tit where derricks are as thick as palmettos down In September and October to
,wP -0 on the edge of a swamp, lards, Savoy Cabbage, and Onion remain for the winter. From every """"!!!!!!' -'___"" ..".,..,-,.",_....
plants. 500, 65c; 1,000 $1.00
a.y"J' Our idea of foolishness is trying to advise young peo- there Is the constant chug-chug of Also very best early snow ball city in the state comes the reportof
1 1t.a the engine pumping pumping liquid more customerJ for utilities Tallahassee-Rapid progress being Chokoloskee-West Coast Fish
ple when how and where to make love.-Tampa Times. The cauliflower plant. 100 50c; 500
gold. Of late those who drive than ever before at this time of made at Ralford state farm In Company repairs Its fish house .
$2.25 1,000 $4.00. Good ,
.1' advice they need most is when NOT to make love.-Gaines- through tho strawberry producing and prompt; shipment guaran-plants the year. production of fruits and nuts. here.

pijrcpr ville Daily Sun. All right, Dorothy, when is that time? urea of thin. suction have come to teed. Schroer Plant FarmsVal-
know somewhat of the same sound doRta. On. 11-4-11-25*
a,t4I o l'iii' uttry., On either hand there
According to the Palm Beach Times, policemen of that Is the thug- chug, perhaps more FOR SALE. -Yellow chrysanthemum -

.+.''.'. city have donned their winter uniforms. Now, what do Palm speedy but similar 1111 water is $2.50 and $3 per dozen ; I
r yy4 being J pumped from nthV Iy-drilled I Pansy plants ready to bloom
Beach policemen want with winter uniform:4TimesUnion: wells upon tho long/ rows ot strawberry $3 per 100; Gladioli Bulbs COc I

To make tourists feel at home. plants In nil effort to combat per dozen; Pearl Narcissus $1 1
; the condition brought ,about per dozen; Phone orders given''' ,
\ o (
11IlJ by the long drought!': and 1 us yet ii n- prompt attention. Phone 39! e
The Tribune Stenographer wants to know if that Plant relieved Kant: Hlllsboroiigh. county Gertrude Godliey Anderson< I
48 I
rr Park cannon will shoot and what at.-Tampa Tribune. With ,, has sunk many a well during Florist, Waldo, Fla. 10-28-St- '
I. the lust I three months. Many of 11-25. I
I'dl a single exception candidates! for the governorship would enjoy th'HeVI'II". will no doubt save a

lining up the voters: of the state in front of it next June I strawberry" crop .during the coming LOSTThree rows Old cow one '

':; 1 after the ballots are! Counted : season but whether they will or red heifer calf not marked, ono +
: not they will henceforth lie an asset Jersey' heifer not marked, old(
o to the man upon whose land cow, mark split ono ear crop a
ij State puragraphers( are\ crediting the Telegraph with a they hove been sunk. Farming in upper Mt and under bit in the n r A; fr

,l squib emanating from the Perry Herald. Some weilders of this suction Is apparently hazardous other brand \V. If found notify -
it J Jt without a reserve. supply of water John Magyar), Starke, Fla.11lit. .
t, 1 1I the scissors never credit a "lifted" paragraph at clipping time, when the weather falls to provide ..

l'l'b'ingupon their knowledge of typo style of the different tIId..tt.--l'llint. City ICnterprlso. -
; FOH HUNT: Furnished npartinent. -
I 1 papers to )properly label it later. East; Cull street three- Ir s
0- quarters of a mile from post |I / 1
Q'dD .. '9 d m .4> ofllce. !Mrs. T P. Wall. 11-1121* .
Bradford County Telegraph: has a column headed "From .. .. i
FOR SALK:-Rooted rose cuttings, .' t,
Pens Wonder if he gets any contribs from Rai- : .. V
Church Services 50c each Amaryllis bulbs 50c I
ford ?-Ivy Clough Johnson in the Leesburg Commercial. a
I 4> per doz. Mrs T. P. Wall. 11- ,". .' ,;
Some of em do resenble the lock-step, we'll admit, and in the .. .. .. 4> .. .. 11-2to. ,'' ,..'. ,% '>' < .

i prison's superintendent's ollice there used to be a sign "Don't FOR SALK-Corn, on car $1.25 .. : :-' \, : C. "' .,:.. ... "
There will bo (Sunday' school and
argue with a woman. 1 per 80-lb. Barrel. Shelled. .. ... .
J preaching at Saxton! 3:30: o'clock $2.50 per' hundred pounds delivered .... .\, .t
0i Sunday afternoon by Uev. J. V.
to Starke. D.V.. Moore,
i Bradford County Telegraph has a column headed "From Robinson, Pastor, ot the Lawtey. It. F. D. Starko. Fla. 11-lltf.
:Methodist... ,ichurch. Ever, y'ono In- Modern Pavements
Pens. Starke isn't very far from the state pen at Rai-
ford,-Dade City Banner. You, too, Brutus And we countedon Highway for BUS oils, candy

your help to straighten out that Lake county bunch of I'KKMlV'IKItl: : boys' overalls, groceries, notions
scribbling fishermen sandu Idles. Sterl Courtney, for Modern TrafficIN
Sunday school 10 a. m.,, J. M. Starko 11-11-21; .
f o Trilby superintendent.
There is a filling station operator "somewhere n Jacksonville" Preaching service at 11 a, 1.os'r-'I'lIInll(; police dog female,

t with a distinctive greeting, according to some Starke Doctor Watson will preach m'l near Hampton or Starke, answers LIVE OAK, as in more than 40 other Flor-
US again to name of Dell. Suitable
citizl'ns.h'Vhere are you from ?" is the starter. If "Starke" Christian Endeavor: meets at reward. Dr. W I';. MIddleton municipalities, pavements of portland

is: the answer, the second question i is invariably leant some I 0:30::I p. in.We Starke Kin.COFFINS. cement concrete are proving their
will again Join the Methodist : ----- complete
i home brew? church! In their evening ser. 11 suitability to the demands of modern traffic. ,
--0-- II vice.
& CASKETSand \
That Leesburg Commercial gang is determined to have Prayer meeting on Wednesday I For residence sections and commercial dig-
evening at 7:30.: a Full Line of
every paper represented at the first meeting of the Florida I II I tricts alike, concrete is the ideal paving
Paragraphers League next week. Thanks for the invite; if HT. MARK'S CllnWII I Undertakers Supplies ma-
terial. It is
rigid and
KIMM'OI'AI: I unyielding therefore
the boss is out of town that day, we'll slip off I -- I AUTOMOBILE HBARSBAl remains true and even-surfaced., it k'

.. .. Sunday services Advent to Christmas, .I tile IcwMt priM. .....l.l _
10:00: a. m. Church school. Miss (.ntjea to ..I.vnpb. ..rdaaagatrraaaa The concrete street is economical to buUdcosta I

FROM OTHER PENS I I Sarah Malpas superintendent. BMBAUtl* least to maintain-and is safest
11:00: a. m., morning prayer DEWITT C. JONES wet or dry.

i ____. ____ ___ ___ I and 11100 sermon.) a. m., celebration of Holy 8TARKB. FLA. When you repave or widen your streets, do
Communion on First Sunday of the it with portland cement
Baker, Bradford Columbia, Circuit Court convenes next month celebration on Saints Pays concrete.
Levy and Alachua counties are week with a comparatively light and Major Feast Pays 10:00: a. m.
likely to become known as the "pi criminal docket. The crying need Russell S. Carleton, Hector. .: PORTLAND CEMENT
mento pepper counties of Florida. of justice will be men who are willing .. Say it with Flowers .... 521 Graham BIJg. Jacksonville ASSOCIATION
Times-Union. to do their duty and serve on
-oIt the Jury.-Gainesville Dally Sun. Flowers For All
takes a man of vision to see -o- (Enoch Marvin Rooks Pastor)
the need of an airport, but any- P. E B, in Tampa Tribune said Sunday school Sunday morningat Occasions PORTLAND CEMENTCONCRETE
one can sit at home and listen to the average reader did not readto 10:00: o'clock, K. K. Ferryman,
the planes pass by.-Gainesville the bottom of the Gulf Scream superintendent.
Sun. column. We get around that by I Preaching Sunday morning at Gertrude GodbeyAnderson
-0- starting at the bottom and reading 11:00 o'clock, at 3:00: o'clock In
Freight rates to Miami have up.-Starke Telegraph. You're the afternoon on "Marriage And
been cut thirty-one per cent. Now' not the only one. The Home," and again at 7:30: In

lets get busy and make the reduction -oWe the evening. Pr. Glenn will be In Phone 19 Waldo, ),Ia..h. .
state-wide.-Gainesville learn that the Seaboard Air charge of all of these services for P c r m a n
Sun. I Line U seeking to take over the which will close the meeting. We I e nee

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