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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 18, 1927
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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PAR AND INTEREST FOR ,'Hunting Season To :1 SPECIAL TERM CIRCUIT Takes Over Lake i L. R. POWELL



I' STREET PAVING BONDS I ,; Open On Monday r'' COURT FOR DECEMBER 12: Butler Ford Shop I SLATED TO BE


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hunting season open 1. Andrewx, Jr.. local Ford LCHIEF ;
At the meeting of the city council IMIIttMKN: : WIIIIEI'T; : I next :Sunday; the 20th but on account i Circuit court r"'onv.'ll'clIon: Kill.! 1.1.1"1'U dealer!" IIIIH taken over the Lake I _

held Tuesday night to open bids! IN ..I.CKS! >VII.I.K: OX of u state law ugutnxt( hunt--idn I )' at ID o'clock. following( nd- HIGH; TENSIONltlis: : 0> lint lor agency! mid 1 Orvllle J. Grlfllx : l-egh It. Powell.;
the :NOV. U'J TO Olt"\, IZI'I hug on the Suhahth the season wll I Jr., vice| presluli'iit -
t on rule of $36,000 in bonds! 1 joiirniiieni I last Thursday. The will hn\o barge! nceordlng lo iiinl
for !paving purposes, high bidder! not he declared, opened until th Jcnsex 1| of State of Florida vx Ralph Wltli the near completion of,lIh'' iinnoiinceineiit made first" of. thewrrk. I board Alp comptroller of the Sea-.

was found to bo the Plalnvlllo Giiinesvllle Flu. NovA meetIng I following d.iy, For I t the benefit 'il' (Hover, and State* of Jo'lol'lda'H i, new high "'ll sIt 11 llnoH In everydirection :\Andrews, hus bad! halfIntercut knows uliiioxt Muo Kull\\ u;> who
Trust of all persons in Florida I hare ) the hunters the following rules! ,. from every Hliitlon agent
Company of Plalnville Kvel'elt: Kennel. barged! wllh I Starke.t tliu 1 ufrr In the Lake Under hllHIi tliu
on
Conn., whose offer was par, plus Interesting In dairying bin I taken from the 11127! :! act tire !tlv.. / murder were called I at this time. now on three of the four circuits, tutees| fur "" \ ('1'111 JCIIIH. mill with' I'l'olmlily xyxlfm' l b y his rim Homo I'

accrued, Interest. The bids of been called Tuesday, Novcmlx'i,r IPII: Defendants plead not guilty nod the tl'IIIt! of kites anywhere 11"111'IhI'HI |Ilh.. buying/<; of. the half Inlei'HHl hold (Iho SI..hoUI'dIr. wax elected president' of

three other bond buyers were: C. 22, nt 1:30 p. ni. In the Ci-orm( 91 Hunters must have a license to | .linlgu Adkttis set their trial forDecember > lilies Ix u dangerous sport, h iy bin partner' will lie xoln owner. TliiirHiluy l.liut Itallniiy l

D. Sawyer Co., Jacksonville 96
and Interest : I). I:: Dunne & Sons purpose of the meeting Is ti 1 1.III'ant'lI'ollng perclnct also Thai term of court will ho railed! Power companies clixcoiirago this :\11-1'110111"1': ('ii ('itniiti from in-cording to 1''Htli'

Wltchita Kansas 05 and Interest; form a Florida State Dairyman! old 1 Hlatute did not require licenseto i;, to I try them.Criminal spurt In neighborhood of their 111-::"11 1 I':1':I 111'1':11: 1'11111011.111'1111I'111/ | h}

Pruden & Co., Toledo, Ohio, $35- Association Recording/ to ndvlcet. hunt In precinct In which u per cases tried follows: lines hccnuxi of Its danger und ulniost I frtiiu New York TIIOH-

518. received from \\". L. Trimble olOculn. f t von resided.'! Slate of "'lol'lela11 Henry Milch- certain death will result I Sect .lii..4 Siinil.i\ Mill. li> I lliJil i In dayndlctihvl/ Hint Sc-iiho.inl directors I a

The council met Thursday night There Is u cloned! season until 1 I /ell, assault with Intent to murder; where a wire IK used! In place of \\.IIII.II'N 'lnU, hail iinrei'il upon Mr.: Pow-
r to consider The growing Interest In dairyIng -. December 1. 1932 on fox squirrels idl ItX tho nun best
the bids and to award c ontinl I le t 1. ah'InK xhonld t the kite drop tho eilljppl'| to
the bonds to the acceptable bid In this state 'has culled 1 foi. otter and 1 heaver, and female I State of Florida vs D.IVO At- lino across electric' wire*. Ax t the Metbodlxt tliartb Ix curry out I the fxpunslon .and duvidopinoiit -

der. Under terms of the contract some kind of organization, and II L: deer. more; tiolprossed.! A wet kite string will carry nufllcleiit In tt' "repainted and uiulerKoliiK( h"-I proMi'tim( of !Mr. Wnr- '

J with Dean & Yarborough contractors Is felt that considerable bunefll t: Came I girds anti game unlnmU State of Florida vs \\'. T. Tlllls current to glvo anyone a severe. er InipnivemenlH( ho I Sunday field who tiled ut halt lmuro Oct.

for the street paving the city will result from the meeting. Such 1 I can only be taken during the daytime !grand, larceny;: continued. .shack OHpecUilly If they xcliool" and, other services, will bn 2t. Tlm some reports Ha Id Hoi

tf, will effect a saving of $1.800 If organizations are functioning i inmost I half an hour before sunrise Stale of Florida vs Julius SliiKIftary should! happen to hn. standing on held 1 111 the \Vi.>nian'H. C'lnli Sun ort I/: Null, vice president'! andseieretury

t the bid of the Plalnvule Trust Co., of the dairy states II. L, and nntiHt'1. tame; cannot be shot larceny, of automobile 1 ; ,damp ground.: I If u linn becomes day. iiiul treasurer! wax thoI

is accepted. The contractorsagreed Brown extension dairyman of tliu I from niitomoblles, trains and the pload' guilty I :Sentenced; to one year entangled, with u live wlro 1 leave -. --- >I>MHO| | | selection ax chairman of

to take the bonds) at par In University of Florida will attend use of art If leal lights, nets traps, ,/ In Mate penitentiary. In begin nt It alone. It Is better I to lose I the IU' TilNKs! (;|\'IM1siiticis the lioiird.On t
the meeting and render, any assistance milt lick' or poison Is for- :: : AT 1\ \ 1'1'1'1'A ;
payment for the work or if the Hiiures expiration' of sentence now serving outllt than risk your life trying to C '0111111 I 11(-" ut I'lvc

city succeeded: In selling the bonds! that he can In perfecting bldlen. Shooting from nlrplanl's.IIIIWE'r State of Florida vs Hay wood, salvage It. Another Hourco of possible Since HID I lamb of

and paid for the work in cash the organization. or sail boats Is prohibited; I h 111V11 ii U alias Peaches, assault danger is the wires axed! in union TliankxKlvliiK xervlce" IIIIH \ltlrVurffeld le'IIiore
Those who the I will be held Tlnil'Hiluy. )Nov.; :21! been I it great deal of In-
they would alow a discount of are sponsoring shooting of game': and birds in with Intent to commit murder; bniclng poles on curves. It l.s ,
feel that at 1010: : ) a. III. In the ll.ipllHl. 'I lere'Ht" iiiul ppurtilutlon' all over the ij
B; percent.Work meeting every producer j fields lialted with grain Is allowe,1only
plead guilty I I t to nxxault to commit! moxt Impossible. to Inxiilate Seaboard.
on the new paving started In the state should l be on hand for nn'der restrictions wlrex UI-I (')church) with xernion by Hov It. 1 toiittory' ux l t.0 hH| x IIC1't'xx111' -
manslaughter. Fined $1 Ii 0 and on high'; tension !lines I II .
sub-gradingnd the meeting, and any others who I j I Deer buck only can bo hunted costs or nine months. I very few. If nn)'. Insulators ", S. (Carleton rector of St. Mark's\ Intel been Mr, Powell mid l \Mr. Nutt
|III .
are Interested In dairying especially from Nov. 20th to Dec. 31st upon Kplxcopal;( church All church people ( dimo anil intimate
State of Florida vs Peaches nl- lined! on tho lines through'; thin sec touch
those who are engaged in the of deer huntIng In I the city nn Kiippnxvd to attend with hi III for n years. They
Is understood that the pouring of securing a special Ins Hay wood! Furmnn assault with lion flay safe and, keep" away -
I the concrete will start within the handling dairy products. license of $1 In addition to Intent to murder; nolprossed on from poles guy wired or any oh- I this H""VIeuII,1 Klvu tlimikH iiiuiiiitid' out with him 0xpauslultprugrtnu
i next few days. -. regular license, This special license unto God! for. the blessings Ho linnliroiiKbt iiiul hotli were named by I]
motion of state attorney. ruction touching mi overhead,
sr incimhurs
HM
of
to the
Is good': for one animal alone State of Florida vs l':ward linker wlro. people HX liullvldnulx a
coininlltcio
LJo'YSTY: 1"R1IERBU'S and u I report must be made to the and to our cotiiniiinlly ax a 1 of eve to carry on tho 1'
Jr. desertion i
The Bank of Starke has on exhibit and nonsupport --S.- Seaboard's!
state commissioner within 10 whole.. ThlH should \\m iiiiulo atreat fixed policies In event '
PINE 1IOLMTEINS four stalks of cane, three of game ; nolprossed on motion of state '1'1t'IIInl'l'SI'lU: : ('I.\TIC)V c at his ilontil. ..t'?
with all ChrlHtlan
days. Each quarter of a deer ( Her\lce

Gainesville Fla., Nov-As a result the Ribbon White cane Simpson measuring variety and one 1-2 must bo tagged when killed and attorney. The Bradford County Teachers' pnoplu milled In thanksgiving und Seaboard moil said. that Mr.

of a trip to the National Dairy remain tagged until consumed. Association pralxe (;nod inuxlc will lie tllr.IIIHI..cJ Powell( know every Inch of Seaboard -
is called to
feet In length and having twenty- COMPTROI.I.KK: : (1.IHI1.TI': meet at
Show held in Memphis during October Open season for quail runs from the bonl houso In Stnrke by (Inn HaptlHt choir und territory. Horn In Portsmouth
sc Saturday
five points. The cone was grown VISITOR TO HTAKKK: -
pure bred holstein cattle Nov. 20th to Feb 15th. ot hers whom they may ask to Join Vii., 43 yours ago< lie Kot '
November lUlh at 9:30
by F. M. Norman one of Bradford'sprosperous : a.
have been brought Into Levy coun Open season for wild turkeys, them t il job with the Sou board In I 03lu i
farmers.CL.V R S. !Martin of Willlstmi candidate in. All teachers present and, on
I
"t' ( ty. They were purchased by I I. T. squirrel doves geese duck, brnut for state comptroller, was a lime will bo allowed Friday, after a_ luo oiiieo or pitHsenger accounts. .
' Fugate. ana are the first registered roots, Riillinules: und Wilson snipe ........................ und then went right up being
("Or"TIIHHI T.Xn.TI1 visitor to Starke Saturday In the Thanksgiving us taught. If
'It Holalelua ever brought Into the from Nov. 20th to Jan. 311 11 j interest of his race against Ernest No teachers will bo excused! bo- J LAWTEY{{
vice ,
COlmly. keys cannot be hunted with doA's.Halh president In 1021. He also la
Amos Mr. Martin stated that he fore closing time except for real
Hlr. K.< la. vice
Cor
Itunrl i president of the lliiltlmora
Mr. Fugate went to the dairy Starke resident who own sum and marsh hens can be bad covered sixty. counties during necessity, :

show In company with County mer homes on Klngsley!' Lake have hunted only on the salt marshes: the past few weeks and had met Prognimme.: ..N.N................. Steam Packet Company operated Ir

Agent N. J. Allbritton, and fromthe he-en Informed by the tax assesnorof the season being from Sept. 15th with considerable! encouragement.Mr. The hints to IIP accomplished In .\I1"'lh..IIUN llonofed ut ux a. Seaboard Huhxldlury betweellNul."lk tP i

accounts of the trip given by Clay county that the mllluge'; to Nov. 30th. !Martin Is a retired bunker flrijt grade work-Mrs. Metculf\ Honk and Ilulllnioro.dlncil y-
the agent quite a bit of interest ssessed on the lake property Duly bag limit- -One buck deer having held positions with banks of Gainesville. I'urty. .\ mi riurliln. "'''1I1t. { 1

In good cows has developed from will be 200 mills or 20 percent 2 turkeys 15 quail 25 doves 15 In Crescent City and Jacksonville Tho value of visual aids In primary I.awley. Nuv. J IX A ilell htfnl When Mr. Wiirfliild started r out

the trip. He says that the Intro This heavy Increase Is due to forming ducks G "geese, 5 brunt Ifi snipes, for several years.accompanied teaching--MIsH Olive IIIIY ullalr of last \VedneKilay ovenliiK, oil his bin" development/ plans In. i

duction of these floe Holsteins I Is of a road and bridge dlslilct 20 coot, 15 gullinules 15 rails or and Minx Free) Wynii. I wax the rook parly at "h lehII'H.: Florldii which Included I lilt! buildIng '

the beginning of a movement for comprising 70,000 acres runnnlng marsh hens or 25 gnlllnnles andrails. home by her aunt, Question BoxLed" by T. B. \\'. II. I'MwardH: wax boHlitxx ill her of 'HID c'lcmx-Htiito line with

better cnttle In Levy county.TICKS cast from the Bradford county Mrs. Oleetu Crlliblo of West Liberty PlnholHlor. | homo. enli'i'liilnliiK In honor of i "x' I..111.1 till.. down I lllH KlIHt; oust tO I

---- line \through a section of very little j Season bug limit-Two buck l I who wll spend I the winter 'I'ho meeting\ will adjourn, at one i .Mi'H 1'ilxillla Itarlow of WllinliiK- :Miami and, down HID \Voxt Const
.
TWO lU.\lCl'S llKHUIiS: vnliia' outside of the lake prop deer turkeys, or Iwo hundred, of here. o'clock, ) tout Del. u ho wax her 1I111'lIdlv"I Ito' 1"111'11)1'\ mid NapluH At r.

erties. I any other species of game birds Allan hot Wlmherly and! 0 I. II. 11. WKiGlNS.( ;; ImiiHo guest" for Hevernl 'd.iyx.ItuHoH Powell had to uilvHei. him ux to thin

T. S. Williams brought! two or animals. I' Marker motored, to Jacksonville -- 1'I1"YHIIIIIIII'IIIIIII1H.' mid rinmirliil, poHHllilllllMM.. .. AH bn /ouLIlItll Y

quarts; of One strawberries of to If.1NKi'1'8.1vli: Ii' lnll'rHl'uclfol'cI ; Persons can kill non-migratory<: TiiPHtlay.Mrs. Tbei first shipment of Magnate winter pinks nrl Ixtli"' ally iirraiiMedIn (but caulk lie wits filled with

! town Tuesday according the first to quarts!\II'. WllllaniH non-numu( birds or fur hearing I : Walter Ferris was accompanied tomatoes will arrive. In Miami thisweek finals| | mid vines. beiintlfled" I lilt! I the soma cutliimlaHin over tho

the season. he bus hud ripeberries High Si liol basket animals on I heir own property thaI by !\II'''. Helm nett to Jacksonville uhc'iid of tho usual shipping living and, iHliIni tomtit where / Florida' .projects. that :Mr. \Vurilcldulwuyx
lie staled
1 for two weeks hall ten m, the Tornadoes, wlIIl'UY'' I are destroying fruits .crops game { Friday on a shopping tour. Heiixon und
on this place to untila the team from the Jacksonville fowl or ..loC'k upon permission : :Mr. and \Mrs I 11. Lang and forward these tomatoes' will baHiipplemenlod KUCHtX.Diiinty. been sell that except' for this|. same
but had been waiting pick
could be secured. The berries I Business College tonight; on the from the state game commission- children, and,! Jo;. Lung wore visitors by the Mexican and linnil-piiliited 1 score cards enlhiiHlaMin of Mr. Powell \Mr.NV'iirflidd .

quart extra large und were high Hiliool court the game starting er. No permit Is required for to Starke Saturday..Mr. other crops from the West Inilloi.There In ruse" mid blue niarkeil! plums might nut have linen HI>

were the I at 8:45.: The Starke team will i: killing destructive birds or aulmal : and \Mrs. N. T. (In- are also tomateies on tho for the playerx, who pluycil pr They
uniform through cup. I the and l i found to be Injuring or destroying I rook. HI'IVll'O It. ,lllll Hot Illllo
the John Tisonplace appreciate presence support the week-end! bore with relatives.C. Florida markets at. thin limo from scrum
were grown on of Starke. lie live stock domestic animals, At llio coiirliixlon of Ilin Runts, to gel r olhcrx.
Williams and, Tlson owning of the citizens M. Grllns and Jo:. Prescott ( 11 Ji torll lit, : rii ill
between them. I on hand at the hour named. came or iigrlciilturul .products, but I were visitors to l.awtey Sunday. S 'scores were compiired und It wart I Now, HH railway men pointed, "t
the
crop the flesh furs feathers or hidesof Mr. and Mrx. A. L. Bayno anti V'olusla will vote on a bond! found I bat top xt'ares hud,! been ''III.) If Mr\ 1'n we II I IH pat In full
IIA1IIV.Y .\ t ISITOHI birds animals killed under maib by Mrx. I It.V.. Hume mid A. ,
or and ..
of the ,
I complete' control' roadbo .
HUTI.KH: I'II.\H\I.\\: orKMVCJ: :MlHH !Mamie Ruth Buy lie spent Issue of $1,350,000 for a road
Much shall not he used I II, Hurley, Jr., who.1'0 presented,
privileges will lie
prepared/ carry on the
I l lI Sunday with friends at Starke.Mr. from Daytona Bench) to Ocala( on
Fona A. Hathaway slate rood for domestic or commercial, I eai" b with u pilnt.Ax work at bin
purpose's. former chief
preciselyan
and and! 111'11.V.. M. \ January 17th. If theI
Most of the equipment supplies Vlmberlyamid approved
hnlrman, and I 1. K. Cannon ns-! a Hoiivt'lilr of dm II(>IIH- Mr. Wiirflcld would have.. cltrbird
bonds will build the Voluxlu
for Hutler's Pharmacy, corner little Mitts 'redlyVlmlJerly county
slstant state highway engineer, ant evening the honor nili.'Ht wasl'I''H'Io',1 .
streets Hunters and trappers must ) II. C. \Vlm- link to Ocala mid similar It nil hlniHelf.KVKKGHRKN
Call and Walnut arrived spent Sunday here with connect I
visitors to Starke Thursday.
were with beiinllfnl luindniiide ----- -.-
. this week and Is being ar.I. They hail 'been attending road make a report of the number of Ix-rly and family. links with Lake and Marlon luncheon a set Mlxs Ciruce: .....N....N....tl...... "Sig
ranged In readiness for opening held l In the southern part game and fur bearing animals Miss\ Beth Wlmherly, Ethel I counties The new road will reduce .
meetings Wood I Iwo InlerexliiliiK 1'i'iid- .
1 day, November 25th. Announcement taken by them during" I the open flicks and Messrs. C. II. B.irker ,I tho distance from Ocala to gave : .
of the state und were on their IIIKX which was enjoyed l by all (.\1..... !"'. A. (: 4
made season or a license will be refusedfor Iliwler or.)
I. of the openlnng will be to Jacksonville. While !Mr.\ and lit Wlmberly motored to Daytona thirty miles and give the ItIl"HIs'' i
way Tho boHtimx served her
in the next Issue. Hiithawiiv declined to commit him the next season. Trappers Starke Sunday. people from central Florida n with delicious Ice :..........N..........Z i 1.Dir.
u COIITHO! cmiHlxtliiK -
should write the state commissioner
game G. II. Barker was a business I shorter and better route to the
.......... ........... self us tu his plans for,muklng the I for a copy of the act covering Jacksonville Monday. of berry cream and pound \ a ml Mri' Hill Prlnglu aml1'I11Ilr'n
visitor to 1 ocean.[
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race( for the governorship ho stated t atkn.AI of llrycevllle were thoweekend
trapping.
WOO DL AWN : that the rumors going around gut-xts of Jlr. and Mrs.

I this section as to the time when Funds secured from licenses Issued ,;. -..-,.--.-,.-'-"-"-'--'-'--'-" -"--'-"-" --'-" \ r. a lid I -H--J"hl1: Tiixtonn of C. A. PrliiKl.i.

. q ...............N....N. state road, 28 would 1 be completed! goes to the school fund of I :'I;JuC'ksllllvlllo.1'" vIxltliiK relatives \Mr and. Mrx.! It. S. Roxlirr, mid,

Woodlawn Nov. 18.-,:Mr. J. S. were entirely without fnnndatloa.Ile I the county Issuing us follows, : $1 license II III hartley Snllilay. j daughter/<; were tlm guests of Mr.
j expressed his determination to from each non-resident fishing I land Mrx! J. W. Rosier of Woodlawn -
; Norman Mr. and Mrs. L. It. DenJ } I from each resident hunting :Miss Joyce Terry who nlteudsscheul
-
$1
J mark were business visitors to have this road ready for traffic before ; from each residentlicense I at TullahiiHsee. "spent| i ArniIxtlce Sunday.
license $2
(Jacksonville Saturday. the end of 1928. I to ; hunt fur-bearing animals t day with her. parunts' Mr. !Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Rosier and 'i '

I Mrs Carrie Smith spent lastweekend ---vx and, Mrs: T. J./ Terry. baby of the State Farm spent f
.\vis: from each non-resident
H.\\-Ii: H ; $3: I the
Webster the guest of license to hunt fur-bearing animals. I'M.: Kdwaiili: of ,.lackHonvllln week-end with Mrx. Hester
_
.
I II. IvluanN ; Sup ,l
{relatives In publishing the findings" of vlxlled hit brinierV. -
:Mr. O. J. Phillips and children the grand Jury In our lust Issue I here last week. Cohen' Pe-olo LuHlle McCtellun.( D
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Mary! and Elizabeth, are visiting in under the head of "No:; Bill" the .. Mr. und! :Mrs John \\'>'ilik uud l.en/le mid Floyd,! Grlllls': ( wero vlslloix -
I ..... .......... ..< : to Sturko .
,. Miami I for a while, case of "State of Florida, vs W,, A little daughter, lldd.i, alno. Mlxxllussln TucHday.Mrx. -
Miss| Gladys\ Norman spent last M. Crooks and K. W. Hayes Larceny : HIGHLAND : Terry spent, I the weekend J. H. Hupp und children, '

weekend In Laeoochee. the guestof I of automobile," was given. Ml". M. E, IUc.... Car. I, hero with HID Indies' pariiiitM.. Mr wei-n I hit. guests' of her mother, e
Mrx: .
:Misses Sibyl and Emily Roberts taking too much for mil :Mrs 'I'. J. Terry. .1. s Norman Sunday.
Mexxrs I.earn on Norman Mark I The granted reporter possibly did not deem It ...+++*.+.........*.+++. I Jewel und Fred Bayer, nf IInl.l.will. Mr. and Mrs J. K.: Rosier and,

Carmichael and Wald Gasklna necessary to explain that the E. W Highland Nov. 18.--G. It. Barker a I visited their slater Mrx.. Fred. 1 children spent Sunday' with Mr. I

tended court In Starke Monday.aI-I Hayes who escaped Indictment,, made a trip to Jacksonville I Moore Saturday.Mr. und, Mrs C. A. Prlngle.

\Misses Sibyl and Emily was not our present county tax vllle Wednesday and again Satur- KIDS. WRITE; TO SANTA CLAUS I I : and !Mrs \\'. Woolen, vlsIsted Cheulhem !Peelu spent the week.PII.I .

Florence and Ruby Mathis, Mes' (collector but a resident of Duval II In lllKlilutid'; Saturday.Mrs. with his m"lherIn.: Hester '

srs. William Sapp. Earl Thomas, county at last accounts. This ex- day.Mr.. and, Mrs. A. L. Bayne and I M. I H.: Kilwurdx: spent Tuesday Sapp./ It ,

Guy Norman and Russell and P. planation is given to relieve any \Miss Mammle liayne spent Sun- with her R"nV.. II. Kdwurds.: Mr. Prlngle of llrycevllle spent :
D. Reddish were visiting In Jack suspicion on the part of the voters day with friends In Starke. The Telegraph will issue its Christmas number Mr. and, \Mrs. "', I I.. Wise of last week here! the guest of hla!

sonville Sunday afternoon.Mr. that Mr. Hayes found It necessary, Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Green of with lithographed covers, old 1 Santa an* all, on December j Hampton, are located ut Mr. und, I son, Mr. C. A. !Prlnglo.TulluhuHee r .

Wald Wainwright of Jack to appropriate somebody Starke were week-end visitors at 16th nine days before Kris 1 is scheduled 1 to leave :Mrs. \'. U. lIel"'llIh'H.Jr" \ WIsu ,

sonville were visiting Miss Louie bile to use In making his alltomo-I the home of her parents, \Mr. and j I being employed, at the depot -State road department -
the North Pole in his aeroplane and bound, for Flor moves Into $300,000 newslale
Belle Carter Sunday. tax assessor next June. Mrs. H. C. Wimberly. j !Mr. und :Mrs. K: Iliirney: were
Mr. and Mrs Carl Carter of \\-. Wlmberly of Starke spent ida. Every child in Bradford county is expected to transacting business In Jacksonville of lice building near capitol. i
I Chlpley--Alubuma & West Florida
spent Sunday the guests In the Everglades Sunday here with relatives. have I Tuesday.!
Lawtey Clewlston a letter to old Santa in that issue and a copy will Knllrcmd/ seeks to build, 13
of his father, Mr. Dalton Carter. country will soon have a big sugar An oyster roast was enjoyed at I Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Mct'Ieod of
be sent by air mail to the genial old who miles of new line between Grace-
strives to
boy
Mrs. J. L. Parmenter of the factory which will eventually be the home of If. C. Wlmberly Saturday i Melrose, were In l.awtey Tuesday. villa and

Wateroak section was visiting her used in the manufacture of celo- night. Among those preset make everyone happy on Christmas day. Children i A. M. Blanchard attended court Atlantic Chlpley. t ti
J. S. Norman Monday material. The ( were: Mr. and :Mrs. Gladys Miles, In Starke the pant week. Coast Highway'; from
brother, Mr. tex, a building desiring to get in touch with Santa, cannot find a better I :Maine to Florida connecting all
afternoon. will be operated by the Misses Jewel and' Alnslee Miles, Mr and Mrs.\ Ralph Hlaiioharil '

Mrs. D. L. Phillips and daughter. Southern plant Sugar Company which Mrs. Miles Sr., Mr. and Mrs. W. medium than the Telegraph, for he is a regular of Luke KlnxHley, spent a ,dry In Important' cities Industrial! and manufacturing l' '

Miss Debbie, were shopping in now has many other big plants In C, Woolen and boys of Lawtey; subscriber. Age limits have been removed-if you Luwtey last week. to of Atlantic Seaboard
opened through trattle.
afternoon. The Clewl ton plant Mr. and l1re.Valler Ferris, \Mr. .
Starke Saturday Loulsana. have the faith write. St. Augustine- -Work under
and children !- 1000 tons and Mrs. Nelson Green of Starke way
of
Norman capacity
Miss Susie will hare a West Palm BeachNew buildIng oiling widened .
portions of Anastaslu
spent Sunday the guests of and will mean much to Florida asa Misses Beth WimberlY and Ethel The letters will be published exactly as received. being erected for !lodges Fish Island, road.

her parents Mr. and, Mrs. D. L. start along the road to real sug- Ricks. C. H. Barker, C. M. Grlf- This will be done in order to retain the appeal and sim- Company north of Florida Kant OkeechobeeMiller Brothers f

Phillips. ar mills and profitable by-pro- lIe Miss and Gwendolln H. C. 'Wlmborly.Shaw of Lawtey I plicity of the young mind. Write your letters any time Olive Const Railway tracks on North 101 Ranch of Oklahoma plmrchaees'

Interest In the avocado Is ap- ducts. spent the night with Miss Mamie l between now and December 10th the last day in which West avenue Palm Iteach-Prospects 210,000 acres of laud in Okee-
chohoe and
10,000
parent in Dade County, says Chas.H. Madison county farmers soil areplanting Ruth Bayne Tuesday.Mrs. !! letters can be received to insure publication on the bright for air mall service here.Orlando head of county cattle here.shipping
vetch an a
Stetfanl assistant county agent. hairy II. C. Wimberly returned
seed October County 16th Late letters will in the issue of the 23rd.: I Krertlnn: of factory Tnllal"'IIMc&-Onr $1,000,000
It U expected that 60,000 builder. During from a three weeks visit with relatives go here for manufacture of essentialoils expended, during September la '

will be planted for budding during Agent Lawton supervised the In Springfield and West Liberty j! I from rind of orange and grape Florida for betels, apartment n

the coming season. planting of several acres. Ohio, Tuesday night. She was _1 1r .- '- ..... _ L. _,_ _._._ ___ _ ,_, fruit under consideration I I.f houses and restaurants.

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nee 1',1 alienty I'AGII: TWO lilt \ ) 'men ('U('' Tii.iritUMi.; Fi1.\ICKF., FLORID FRIDAY\. ."U"I.. .. ..*.\.,..-,,.,'..". .f.1*. ID-7

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i4"OonnW! salt :Milrnili, !Itnuk-. ,111, old Ki.nl: In. a solar. 1'11I going: In for tht-m- sihiiol honsi', we had studied ; lie crle
it ':etas; 1 note of M II. S.I |1iyy.| I about must everything except the ( And begun to descend the tree. I|, twenty knowledge books which are
purthl, Bradford High School I """,'11." mild 1 Bill "All we i ando : used by the whole class.Wo .
Monk !D It. What for? birds. However, wo did see one
app Is for tin best. and make "
t.ke pray "Go right buck up, ;Mrs. Perkins hove a new
pupil
it I Con Tommy I want to know where lonely "liluejuy" and flushed a whose
e (hose that lire dlKlblo ploy and, siiid. name Is Joyce Must We also have
, II'Lisatae d.t. : ) Journal A i play. hard and not break I iralnliiK." did Iodine and what did corblnate j I covey of quail\, but they were in "And hit that 'pousum ou Ills two old ones who have been absent -

l,1luCtloIt I The short week !)ilxxt'd. ax all suth a hurry tn leave that they head" for a long time We miss them

t"uII.l.IH ,,( -o ; wiuiks lime" a habit of doliiK. and James, -What ore you going to be did! not say either "howdy" or J. IJ. did a. he was told very much, They are Mary Dean
[ <' day of tht game duv, ,ntut I with The teachers words had made him
to bat. Kdllor-Iti-Chli'f: ___ ________, WILLIAM DUNCAN: I"I whenou gut through school ? "goodbye." This kinder hurt our and Joe Wiggins.MIlltAllY.
camromseta all |lutrs ellKlhU except one. and bold. .
of/ t,Ieu : Associate Editor ________ ... __ JOSEPH MALI'AS the t"all1'uuhlll'l feel that so J.'rryAn old limn I'm afraid make feelings friends us. we with hud them gone and out want to lie hit I the 'possum 011 .hls head (JnS

act pyolAl INf Sports Editor ______ __ _____ -- KL.MEH I : McMILLANJuke : I very muth The afternoon was : They tell ut I that most of the ed at least a tlinnce to tell them And .tried his best to kill him The pupils of the sixth grade
I perfect 1. i crisp. cool and slightlyt'loudy { dead
.the1.e. Kldtor: .. JUNIOIt McDONKLLThursday :! :; present day automobile accidents how much we loved them. ; have organized a literary club "Joeme..IIIIIIII
L while the loavesabout
7 nutiiuili
lint the laughed
'possum only at
ntlatue7. bloWlig tho field I and the arc canned. 1 from the drivers hugging Now about the rest of the trip. : are held every Wednesday -
Ierldof ''' too cloHo on the curves. The first thing of Interest him The following ofllcers have
lhthwily/ 1IOyl)' .dressed. spec tutors lending ,, we And, wrapped I his tall around a been elected:
Mrs J. M. Glenn made, I may bo out-classed. thelr's noduiibt ruler and na>'clto the eventthe! ltMIIC: C'I.t.U found was where 11 gout had been limb.
In Ultoulhu
\ President, S. It. Johns.
-, her lust appearance! before the> | that every basket J. Ii C. ''low murmur of ilueMlted crowd hung. Yes sir; "honest Injun.

II.e Inth..a'oCj 1 Impel toiiKrcgatiun. Hi.r roll .sinks through the old 1 hoop will no\\ the puiii-tuatfd by a sharp i' The Dramatic;: Club;; held Its rog- really and truly hung A wire Then J. D. gave the limb shake, Secretary Vice President Lois, A.Adklnn.K. Wall

glous talk, was of special benefit' t I lib"i I played I for I they will have to I IbarkliiK jell 'let'em go boy" all i I ulnr meeting November 9. The had been wrapped 1 around l his And Mr. 'Possum began to ijuuke Treasurer Dorothy Ultch.

[to Twoty. to the students, mill iiin overed n.i put every ounce of their strength, ''wuntliiK, to .sec the dash. whlehderided following I program was given : nr-ck and he hud been strung up ton And said, "Oh stop For pity sake. Chairman of ommlttee -
eo/I. few Christian "m> stories/ ," thai t': In the game. I (HIP state hamplonshlp. tree Poor Hilly'a! wonder program ,
i way Life of 1 Edgar; Allen Poe--Thel- For I have got tIe, goniuch ache Murthii llrownleo. At last
meetIng
.urn, iv perhaps had not undersloeodbefore. ] I So ( we'll nNgitre' two | champions what lienlom crime he had com- -
ft as'. 1 many rime you Andrew Jiukson. previous rna Andreu. For nice fat chickens I did take It was derided l that dues wouldbe f
f.
klu GUM Mr and :Mix. (llcnn during ..1 good I l games hut( will he worth ) and ISriidforu. Ihe new triple ; Narrative of Arthur Gordon mitted. And ate, and ate and ate." five cents u mouth "'p I
ace ea their short m.iy, her, have j I your time IIIHI.Ve'll see you ''threat team that hud risen out of l'u'lIe--Lollli IJeu Andrews. Next we came to tho haunted are '
'.d8.t1 ae'91'"; done mu'h1",,<1 fur the students i I; ,Friday night. practically nothing, three years Full of House of l'Hher-Luul..o house, or at least it Is reputed to "You are a thief" J. D. replied, I of lolIl10.some/ sillily of America's the lines 11111wOI'ks\

Vld'. a.hi') 'In i'Impel I 1 oxen.Isos. and l youngpeople's '! lie fore 1" >III.k' hud latiKhtcd, l nlthe I 11/1).os. be 1IIIIIIItl:" ). However we did not And > Qor&u a- m"I'IIIII1011,1: the schoolfiniiTPly 1 I I <.os.il'Hollo Idea of II II. S. having! a fonl- 1 The HaV"II--pnll Ilelle Shepn stop to see If the "spook") was at Ralph. took u club and thtew at -

nl ," thanks them ball I team of any sort muth less rd. .. home. Of course. none of us are hint Orlando-Statistics/ released by
Ltwlief way ;j: --_..-- there! What you folks. u i hnmplon/ nut, here she| \\iis and! '1 A Little Olrl'g Questions )':8- xii perm It Ions' but more than ono To knock the 'poHMiim from, the the bureau of ntrlcultuie economies
he d..I'et', DM Armistice liny the students I' any?, ''the whula state was looking on (('lie "Kendrick' was observed to ross their fingers limb; 1'nlted Slates; department

lh'..... fill. differenturletles of patriotic I \\ i'Il1'e onu't May much much with IlltLTe.ited i'>ves ; wond"1'1 ilK ; The program; committee for our / wlille\ passing the house Ho hit the 'possum with a bound I of agriculture; here, show a dec'11 no
flown m peYpg"A' impulses and 1 HO (treat wax tllI'liJll1lUr out hereIf we do--that mi-mis 'just what ninil'1 that mixed team'of i next. meeting; Is Uslella Kendrick :Some; of the boys, who had gone And quickly knocked, him 'to the of almost 60 per tent in the FlorIda -
i for u holiday' that I'rof, more lemerltK. We Htlll have our Hrndfoid'x'' so poui-iful. I.L-HH\ Den Andrews Thelma Anjdrcu on alieinl., had found a borne or u giouud.! I cotton crop this year. AccordMIIK -
Haltxaml. Dciwllng obliged l. I liy, UtllliK HIP:.1 "after Hcliool" flub. ,i The I tuo teams trot,," out Oil lla el Adklns.IIH tow skull wo could not tell whlrh." to (the bureau's figures, Florida's -
l llid length of each period and doingnwiiy Wu hnvu lots of new memberstills 'Ihe field Bradford team looklnx This caused some real ext'itement. Now all tho girls! were standing i '' lotion production Nov. 1 was
depa.1, with assembly condensed euk. To belong to tills clubs pitifully matched against: I the big -: 1.1'r1.It.lt'I.I'U: Mrs. Perkins called, a hallt, and! near, I estimated at 17,000\ bales. as compared -
nd e the entire days work Into th you muxt, be very fiisl. Joseph> t-xt-'iily baluiued, team of Andrew The Literary Club met for Its we hud a very Instructive. lesson .\1,1 their h""I'III'I'e filled with with :t2,000 bales harvested
IwelB's morning. giving thenfreedom MnlpiiH -.fI W-- has I the distinction I JIII'kHIIII.hll 'In hialn physiology'e; examined !
: everyone r ( Andrew Jackson fifth meeting last Wednesday fear: i jiii 1U26 and :38,000 bales gill herd
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of being: our fastest. 1111111-.110 the bl'ullll'llvlly and, named! the
after Hcliool. inn all one'i
Jutat team averaged uroiintl
morning In tho ninth grade room. VII-I So they began to scream and 1 In 1D25.Ilomostoad.
jui J' write 20 lines In half an hour i hundred. nnd fifty pounds llradI I I The secretary's resignation was ilons hoiios Before\ we bad squall .

uee If//( it. ii. i'i. PI..us 1.11. c'. t JlIII\\' I foul, I'uul rn lined; from olio hiintlretl incepted and Anna Mae Plercowas ten through some tine saw a minlrrel's And for help! they loudly called. -Seuboiird All-Flor,
"1./ TIll: boys ,and ,girls basketball ( ,lo twn I hundred" and foity. elected to fill I the olive bed. high up In a tree. J. U. ida Hallioud extending Its I triuks
'sitfal teams play! J. II, C. Friday nightlit 'I Griffin decided ho would house of Hedland l Citrus
t Well. folks lit hist we hnve the The line wits oimpostd> of 1'anl ''e had l a very Interesting program go up Victor grabbed l l t mm..h-doslrcd. lights on the court 7' :110- you folks better but j Knlnht at enter MiiHter KliklilorspoiMly and. look In it. and when ho got Growers J Association.I
which
follows- seized
was as : While J. It. a great big
noOtly tin school If you< can'tstay home and listen there big fat In It City New filling .Htatlon. I
tae tinyeosti lit IIOIIHU nut! when tinkle and Junior ;McDonald {i Tho Life of 1' ,IIIIII'; Allen Poo by a 'possum' was flail Luke :
the opening I / whlstlihlowM, Friday, (ii' sympathise with J. 1 II. ('. taking u imp There was a lot being erected on K.: A. McCloskey
at right tackle 111111 foitli.In Lawrence
so Dlnklus, one of his And hit the 'possum 1 on the head night! III 7-.10 the largest I of excitement whon the 'possum I at corner of Marion and
: we expert' I tlui liackllelcl' wits George In- property
t..plj "It iibHomo makoH the lie.nt poems entitled Annubellc Lee And, 'in a minute It wus di'od.
altcndiinro at Stniko out limb. Melba thought ,'Duval streets
amll one game ran on
mil II. slraiiKfly out of plate besides
was very beautifully read 1 by Novella -
y d', bus ever hud grow fonder" we feel I Morn there at first I that It was u bear, butKlolso I C'lal''onlla--JI'IHlIlIg! on GlarrondlaOilundo -
small
built
] tompnctly Toni King!! and lilt-bury Long told < 'out'liislcni
b' will lie i
fond
some hearts'' out here. i I
There will bo no regular udinlHHlon 'I : knew ns soon us she Saw It road completed.Florida's .
Wllll.ims. slur .
'''U r \Vo sure ,,10 minx the DIv cjuurlerbuckand : n snarl story about u black cat. Hilly said "Give his skill to me
: thurgc-d HO don't be young lady, the Iwo billlined I that it was II little pig/ for bearsdon't 1927.28! citrus crop
left only evenly For It u nice warm cup will be, 1
xNrC.q
afraid just (nine prepared to yell. who our 'midst l>'ililay- but lA on/ !lives' yon know.Neodloss will bo about 200,000.000\ boxes,
tihn'll men on the loam woie the 1mlI'liai I MSIvii.it:: : < M iiTim I'll have It tanned. I'll have It
be !
1.e ;. ; Though Jacksonville HuidnpHS maybe nppreiluted, m", 'Its, G'(>I'l'o; Uujmonil Dud Vincent regular meeting of the :; to say the, 'possum was dyed.And I. (',, 1'41 when she
1 I .. College wiw defentc| In bath enounters It ret urns -'"din you bent Alviiiex.Andrew Newspaper Club was held l Wednesday '- killed. and we went buck lo Hd"ol" ] make u cap of 'possum's I Is now paper; being published( here.
< with llrudford last well pleased, I with our first. field Undo Cityt:t urlouds citrus
trn year I Ju<'knon won I the "toss Nov. !U) 'in Its hide."
they ('(' '(' confident.. I .Htlll(l fruit shlppod from packing: house
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IJI (One noble senior declares H'.. r scroei'Ii of tho Tlio paper of t the week f IYTINdr[ -
1..1In .., In fait, ldxpertto their, camp 'Islli.it 7 jnxt no 11 so woiklng,I longer iintl tho dull t thud. of rnedN discussed l I by the editor. At the science t period' Hint day ;siv: : IN:: i'il i (.It\mT: : of h Dade Citrus Growers Association -

1.3 they l take+ UN for n lie says "we llvu und 1 lonin"any but too axulnst the plK-skln und, tho 'being no other business. t the i iahdstle club our teacher told us about a 'possum. The seventh grade club met ns recently.
O"j(I" i rciHH-iiinntrv. ride, In the opening wo dlo and forget It nil -- ball soared throuKh the air and wns, 1 then 1 turned, over to the program She said 1 that It was n nuirsuplal usual Wednesday and a play was Live Oak- Work progressing
'er rt .vII giuiio. lint (talks don't no ,downIlradford think what an adviintaKe; tlio- Just rats liu hind HID goal\ vuxt, %. The. I hlllli I ommlttee and the play> mammal anil, that animals put on called ".Ill Armistice Acro-I rapidly! l grubbing nnd i grading 2 :

way \\'h'll' the ore going linve' over us they don't; have was I,, brought! out ,to the twenty- I which will b.. presented, next of this class were found only In .tlc..." sections of Suwannee Scenic high <
t"'r'' to do and, what they will do to foigct anything yard, line; then a ,stonily man'h Thursday morning in assembly :North; and South America und luAustinllu. I llverylmily; In the Tine nine club way between this place and Bran- J

; In two dilfeient, thln H. Dig iiiimeHdon't down the field on llrntlfoid's 211- | was pi 1'milled l bv the dub.1 Therebolng That' was news to us, are glad l that llio now month .Jini ford
worry IIH'ruuso' HM got .-.i.iIII"S: : : ..11.1 I yard 1 line.i MacMlllun; i Intercipteda l : no fill) her business the as we j just l supposed 'Pc mtl were stalled I. bei.iiuse all demeilts are I'uHIIH--: "'ol'k on LeesburgEiltH -

h j ksonvllle,, on tho front don't forward pass and l turned It Into ,[ meeting was adjourned. found all over tho win'Id. taken off and everybody has a road, / progressing.; ;
lei I that worry you w,,?a. j just, (Another story' from the \\,11-1 u toui liilnu n by his "shifty riiu- ) .-- lour record. Orlando Southern National I
ra' confldenl IIH Ihev ever were HO known novelist, Joseph ,. ) lilliI'l'h,' try 1'01'oCIIIII/ failed und EHill1'1I: < H\lI1-1 The following) hyme relates our Tho seventh grade has library.. Poultry show will be held here December -
1rtxtifty' Hlop' t heie. and .si'tlle II on ", Iv gosh !, moil lied, 1 11111 1( tho scoreVUM Bradford G, AndiewJatkson The Bird l Club decided, to have adventure. In this library are forty books. 7.11.GainesvllleOnion.
ir.I-// by oighl feet pile, of clay thl"l one week before 'the big: fiiinio with u.I some field study, HO on Wednesday which have nil been donated by culture being j
wltisf, at 'the school house ne\t Andiew Jackson and three of our I' 11tho third ininrler. Andrew ) )/, Nov. !0>I. we went to the woods. 'hen J. IJ. climbed up the tree, our tlass We havo a librarian, /; Introduced In Nassau" county;

I night. best. ,players Ineligible; and the Jatkson, won a well-earned touchdown We went of coure to study birds lie wits as happy as ho could be ; who Is Thelma Seals. She keeps 53 farmers to plant onions for 1
y.aI'. The Kiiinu/ will I IIP a ,doublulieader rest. breaking; training. I reckonwe and kicked the !!;Olll. Si'ore and. before we !got,: back to the Hut when the 'possum he did set record of every book that Is I first time on commercial scale

lint the gills don't fuel mironlldent m(IK lit as well say we are whipped ( Andrew Jickson, 7 ; Ilrudford, 6. .. y.
I(P ns tlio boys, the I'I'II"UII and let It slide." The last quarter' with only three .- :
fed for I IItI' Is, flint they haven't ".
Rotten "l'h, hull ,hoed James"' minutes to no and llrudfoid's bull d
f; In very ninth prmtlee/ and second "lint bud you thought of the .
1)01iwtl' In the fifty yard lino; two short,
,kHimvfllo! HiiBlncHH College 1- fact that Krld.iy Is the last day snappy pusses' advanced the ball to 'I, t
.;t. / usually puts out I tho Hecond I of tin" month und you get yuur report the twenty yard (Ino. 9
host gills team /In !North: Florida, cardi, and maybe, 'Mac'; Paul, I
Only one minute now to piny.Here .
'e11' but thoiiKh I tho Ilradford, girls,, and. Johnny will be eligible; wisely WIIH'lIdturtl', .. chance oft

u 11'j bailees, to win or lose Tommy C

BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH railed n fake I place kick four, sir 7jou/v
:. ., I Hire, fight I Hie ..1 III1IH' snapped
'..f, "IDEAL FASHIONS"by through the Hllllness as the multitude -

walled liroathlossly." The ball
lie snapped 1 buck to Ited who knelt
lie r. I Jean Hello Hamilton us It to pluie tho hall for a kick,

but intend. he suddenly, HtrulKhtenod ; -
led up all.li passed passed with all I
r the aocnrary and farm tli.it was In I
.', M"I him. The bull soared. In the air,

eli:i I bullot-llku slialKht for CeorgeKu rbhnas

D"+y ) >'niond (liuikliiK; up misjudged I!> I
: the' spood of llio I bull, waited a
J J1 I : second' tllrn seeing: that it would
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'//1 r I'1'. him lopuod, forward !
I with his h.iiids' (iiHHli'fttliod. It
{ 12j 41'emed to Ihe broutbless crowd I

a\\ 'iliiit tho bull would, Iliad. to alto

ground:, but his oiigerly; graxpliiK!; .
; fingers cluthed at the bull Juggled -

i ; It for u moment and then asI .
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I a mother grasps u long lost. soil
clutched It to his body and raced 1 Lit '

(he few remaining I / yards for the ,
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final and wlnnlg touchdown
pslforlydrpretdme
No 1007-Oval, clmgn I
'''' J720inLnv The final pistol shot was drownedIn I
Palicrduties elmn'' the cheering of tho fren/ied
two imtliUi 'fur bol- ..
I Ia It .... or curlami 't14 \ AHinchrt. mob.
Orvclup In iwmnmllch The team bniHed, buttered but .
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\ oullinv-fttirrh and 2007 happy were thinking/ ( (tlio cup i
onttitch 'I'rict IJ ceni which they 111111,11I, were thinking
.Bluionly
of how after three years of workIng -

t a ... ". ompllsliod; hard and 1 the faithfully IIn(11)55Ihle--that I they had! An early visit or call to the Telegraph Office

Iho tins nf 11131 hud won the I

''fk* state hampionshlp.II., -. will enable you to make your selec- '

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tion from new and attractive assortments .
c Klmer: -Name three dogs from
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{ r iormuny; Kewple? Police dasihund, and l which are now complete.

E'E'7 uh- \

:; 1'lm"I'1I01d"K.: of course.

f. .Q.ttiJl':j :: Miss Mer>'wn-- tlve! UH example Take Your Choice '
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ts"f + of \entll.itlon.Ildllle .
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J, ,,1'( 0 J.-The hole In a dough
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'1. Carols with blank space for name, from 5 cents up. .
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Little "lad-1' wants play foot

No. loon Trantfir, and Appliqu drn n. for ndl'; liblCovera bull
Pnllprn ..n, epode with vttlrh. One IK
croM art to imiml on ntlourrtlmjlrnjl.
hit
h. .K.- Once I was by a
rut out on tlottMf' tine e.,1itr* lurnrij unilrr And up
piqued' ] lo rover Alto ,uffil'ltnllCall"p.-d edging' with corners trutk.
M lor one cover. Pricey ante Blue only. up.
r .r June-What are the three H's,
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Useful Embroideries That Will Brighten anyway? Above prices complete with envelope. Plates made '
!Dora-rprhnpi the>"'re Uah
And Make Attractive The Home

Who can resist the beautiful ful touches of handwork to curtains rah! and delivered with cards, $3.00. Look over our line. i

hand embroideries conspicuouteverywhere and bedspreads as well as bridge Average ninn-If you don't pay .
? Everyone: in busy with covers. Above are pictured two that two dollar !gas bill I'll take
embroidery these days. Kaver attractive designs to add 1 1 charm to your car.Glenn "
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needle-women are giving delight- the home. "
1IacFille. I'll pay the
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A pattern tor the above design will be Kent prepaid l on receipt of balance as soon as possible. C
fifteen tents In stumps ur coin Write your name and address clearly : : Sunshine c' : :; ; ,
give number und size of pattern, and address 1'uttern Department Proto Howling-What tlo you rr : Ccatter .
Bradford County Telegraph, 329 Fourth Avenue New York City. know about metcmpaychosls? ye : :

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Jessie-It's hard to say 'f''< ,
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Tampa- Restoration of air resident here used 2633.000 cu- Greetina
mall and passenger service beble feet of gas Miss Florence ( In biology)- with Lardsil
tween MiamI, Fort Myers Tampa, Where do bugs go In winter?
leg erected on Main street. .. bst\yet: g n
St. Petersburg and Jackllonvllle Onrrbead-Search: me.
by January'l'pretHcted.' COJl1Jor. filling station and Ideal -

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.! .!O I uerol services will be bold at Crest,- at the end of October was given m i [ stone Heights Nnv. 1. after hay- drovo. to Palatkn "'rlilI. '. Nov. 11.1 ('uoprr l mid sons loft Tuesday

o---------------------.i view Saturday. $4,ill! ",::161.77.! or a decrease, olover f: Inn spent the Hummer months Ii I to wltnesH the Armistice Day morning for Orlando whore they

I 5,5 $1.0(10.000( from Hut balanctu 1 :Mfiidvlllf. Pu. bration and then I to Jacksonville will\ join Mr. Cooper and l son Ilob-
Newt Florida in Short I
01 Paragraph I .1 Jacksonville' a protectlorj I 1 f "I'I<'mhpr :to. hid, watt ">,- to tho football /game. j Pit Mr. and :Mrs. Selplu will ba
Mrs: =Nell llouser of Meadvllle:
j .: the entrant' of an iplilemli !'U'i.-.lo!' : 71.I I I. The Misses: Arnelta mid HelenOgtlon In ICuystonu;: Ilelithts for Hoveralda
I'D who hits been the guest olMr f
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tlf liifanllle paralysis lull: entertained Thursday =Nocmhor .- >H.
: and Mrs: J. II llouser xilirtStilt |
Florid." the state board of health:I I'' fi'briug,: An 01"1'1111"11'IIS performed \ 10th with a dinner party:; :MrsV.. P. Chrlslensoii. and

Live State NewsTOLD I has ruled! t that all children from' : at the Wocms hospital, bore'I j mlier left Keystone( Height )a I homo of Mrs. Case's [parents on daughter I (;irace, returned lo their

other stales entering; Florida i I
I schools this I winter must havo acertificate i'I"'I'I H. 1'. Hal Km, who was ai'cl- : Joanolle l.n\\'rencLand, 1 Kiiosls IncludedMiss: : (Oirlstonsen liming spent two, weeks nt thahiima

of freedom from the disease. .' 1 dentally shot in the head by a Miss: Ariii'cla Ogden spoilt' Thlll'K'dll :Miss Gertrude! llouser, :Miss J'all-I of :Mr. and :Mrs. J. 11. llouser. -

=New" nrlrvals cannot elite'1. companion on a hunliiiK trip afternoon In Melrose: oil bush> ntllo I l.awreme and :Miss i KllzaliothCmighoy. : .

BY OUR EXCHANGES I I the schools for two weeks after' ;[ Thursday.tiung' Dalloii had ness. | :II r. mid, :II m's. Forrest Case and

tomliig Into the stale Alt houghIlIfllllllle been iinconscluus, since tho iictl- A large, crowd nlteinled. Hip I slipper :Mr. nod :115..1 \Voiniinaii otPltlsburg I son and :Mrs ('II""'.. aunt Mrs.

--=------.--,---- ,-- -- ---.--_ .-_ -_ -_ -_ -__ -__ -_n ---.,_.. paralysis has been prevalent dent but rullllod, after the operali(1It sorvoil by the \\-I>IIIIIII'H I'lul,, Pa arrived I In J"-'I Craig nf Newark N. J., are OII'<,ncl-
In many other stated Florida, / 111111 was able to answer simple at Keystone Inn on 1"hlll'KI.Iu:-': stout) Heights on Sunday, =Nov (itli lag: u Bhorl viicallDii ut the winter I
a Tallahassee- -Seventy-seven automobiles '!i Tallahassee- Florida Is experiencing has been virtually free of tilt ill.souse intentions. Crushed hone was M-mlior 3. ,lo spend' the winter with their homo of :Mrs. Case's parents, an

were stolen during the I the greatest oyster andfish health nlllcers said Saliir- I removed from bis brain but no :airs Ray Lawrence Miss: Until son und dauglitor-ln-l.in.' :Mr.1 and 1 Lake (leiieva hero. :Mrs. (Case

s month of October from cur owners scaxoii, from a supply standpoint da)'. I attempt was mall to. extract lhuMullet I.nwrcnci', :Miss Helen. igtlon mill :Mrs. I'. :M. \\','111111I1111. I wliosiheaiillfiil ,contralto voice
of Florida the the of the .
according to report In history state, S
I which .lodged; behind Ills If II. Lawrence wore shoppingIn .l.a'n-etui l'. \Viilriilh t who Is :has illirmed h many 1111.11 lellt'eN. I U a.
for the | ;
month Just Issued by IT. H. ]Hodges state shell fish com
the ; Fort :llent., >--.llnbo E:. Douglas left I I')".'. llalloii was h..1lh\ a Paliilka on Friday, =Nov I. atlotitlilig': Iho I'nhersll.v ut Caliiosvlllo : :1 pupil( or :Matlanio S"'Illa1111 \Dorveer I
state motor vehicle depurtment. inlssloucr, announced here. :11 r.
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13. was fatally Injured early Saturday ;' Miiiull caliber 1'11'1hy !Frank Cruwford and has number of
retnnied to Koystono;: Heights sunn u
The thieves seemed to havea Hodges,: during an Inspection trip Miss (iertrutle'' K. Lawn-noe on-
morning) in collision If his nine, who was shooting at u :Marth.i ) Craig
a I Thursday; In spend the wook-ond\ 'I Villas with lladley ,
particular weakness for the still to Apladilcola: the states", principal i teitiilned' with ntiry aiiraillve'brlilgo .
car with n truck near Bowling! bird. ullli his piirenls' :II. and Mrs.: K.M -.orpmiii. who was on the Florida
popular touring/>: cur as> :24! automobiles seufood producing center I / ': party Fild.iy evening atKenloiie
j (;ireen, 11.'n"I returning from i i[ \ last .
: : \Vali-alli. rliaiitauiua'| program your.Mr.
honor of :Miss
Inn
of that design': were takenor found oysters", there more plentiful : (In
seven more than t the cars of than possibly ever I before. lie \VnnchuIl.i I to Fort :Meade when Ja'kslnlvllle.1. Hicks life ( :inletClirlstelisen. of I'hlcilgo.': HI.who Guy: V Campbell> of Itatigiir. ,' I and, :Mrs. Men Slack! mid family -

others t designed. witnessed the shipping of Hire thu accident occurred( nod died, term couviil who. was "recently Injured Is Kpt-ndlng two. nooks us :Missjllonser's Mo. arrhcil In Key si.one Holghts I I I Ifrom I arrived at I Iholr KeystonolleluMs .

solid carloads of oysters In a single shortly after he was picked, up nnisclous / In an accidental 1 full tit IttilI'nnl. I guest. Tho hostess wonu ( Da> tntia on Thursday. Nov.=" 1 1I 1I home on Monday.\ No.=" 1,1.

Ocnl.i-A theatre, Heating 1.000" night.; The oysters, the I commissioner ,' and brought to his homehere '' 1. was removed Thursday\ from gown; nf 11'11)1"1'11"; '" handsoinoly I Iulh. to spen.I several days us I Itho foul ('onneanl' I Lake Park Pa.

will he erected hero said are also a ninth I' SI Lukas hospital Mere and returned oinlirolilerod und t h" gust guest. of :SIr n.l :lies (', F.llr.Minl :Mr. and :Mrs tloorito;, ': lloors midlanghloiH.
as u result
of better quality this )'ear. 1 to the state 1 prison farm.lloKpllal I of honor was IC1\.I)' III a creation! nt their Inline hero Mr: I Olive mid Coral], mid
n toniruct awarded Thursday
byV.. :Miami---Trial of Horace Aliierman I authorities( who at It'll.ledthe of orchid Ki'iirKPlli'; ; the skirt' ulwlilth Cmiipbell expetls. lo bt1 loeattMl. atDat :Mrs Moors' mot, her. :Mrs 1'1111'111I11.
U. 1 c lrfek." Work Is
and Huh"I.t'l'edl., alleged Injured mail during his tuiifintnenl was I Irlininod with rows of lon.i I tills w Inter I.>f' :Moiitlvlllo. .. Pu. liner arrived In
expected to begin next \\ edlll'.d.JY.The Tampa-Mob Tlllis. 28, a shell :
rum runners Indicted by a federal here, consented to II kk,,' I liny milieu, Pink roses woro used Mrs! S..1. Cooper mid I Iwo sons, I se\.Mtiiiie lloliibts\ fur Iho winter
new theatre designed byFrederick shocked world war veteran is being I ,
I grand': Jury for murder In connection roiiiiivul but aid":, liowever. I that In decorallng. ,: I the I tables :Miss Paul I and ('.ill.. mid Mr mid :MisAitliur Dr. "'1111"1' :Mortiui, of. Poniiey'arniH
T. t'zell In Its> contttruction 'held In the county Jail at Ills ,
with the death of Hubert 1 K. Il'I'll"' "far from. a well ulna" ,' llonser's quests Included, : :Misses Selulo, ol'' Connoaiil Lalte I I will speak ut the Koyntonolefghts
fittings and style, will own request' following an attempt
,)I Webster> .t secret service agent,: and i They also expressed: a donbl us to Craco, Clirlslensell, Helen. I.awlonco. '- Park. Pa. reached' Ko> stone' I IHtlMhts community church on "w
rank among the up-to-date houses to take his life by slashing his
Sidney Samlcrliii and Victor' .\. whether 1 licks would! ever Clllly,1"'I'O'I'r .1'ulll'lI, Lnurt'iico.' IIlzahrlh : on :.Moiul.iv.o:-': \' II I :Mrs' Sunday :Mrs ('11110 will "1111(.
ot Its kind In the South. When wrltsts at Cook's sanitarium yes- ,
Laniby coast guardsmen. In liattlu
,1 his menial facllillos, afiTotted Arnelta Ogden, ..
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completed it will bo under terday., He will be kept at the t aboard n coast guard bout off -
I sustained In thoTIll' :ti ( 'Iilistenxen
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by lujnrloH Helen 1I .It'II. rx.
management of Acker & Lucas Jail until arrangements>: have been
; :Miami two mouths probablywill ... ...
ago.; I
tho'building. ''' notldont.' former deputy sher. 31rs..1.: II. 1II>11H..I'. Mr: 111111 Mrs --
who have taken a lung lease on I made to remove him to I the veteruns brglll'edurxdny' Dlstrltt At
: 111T..1'' H row ant county, \\ h".a" I.'. S. Huhhill, :Mr. and :Mrs.V.. A.
Lake
at for
II treatment." hospital The veteran's City condition I torneyV. Thu m men:11. arrived iober said hero hereFriday. today i convicted of murder anil I sentencedto ;I \Vllsini. :Mr. and Mrs. J H:, Larson, How to PlayBRIDGE

life Imprisonment In I Iho llcownril und Mr. und MI'''. 1". :M. Wiilralh
I'p'ln011 his 1
has been 1> >: 11111,1tor In chains and under I. I
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Stuart November I
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linen IIUal' I., Itlrd\,
time friends said. county courts. .suffered fractured ,und I Iho :Messrs. Cc-orgit; :
selected as the d.ito for the formal some > was said I that they would remain .
i skull mm" Hplnul fuJnrleitwen Unbelt Tultuii Haloid Lawrenceand
opening': of I the recently completed so throughout tho trial.
he slipped mid fell on the Donald I'll II I.horll.
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I1.500.0UO concrete and funeral -I] 1''n"n'olu-lI.: A. nationally 1
state Siipp. .
i bulbn woddiim took placeS.ilurd.iv '
com-reto' floor of the prison \ very 11111.|
highway,: between Stuart and known as the cultivator of 'I'allahasxnFlorldus treasury : >oni ut Halford.1'alliihassoo : iiflonioon. Nov.. r. when' .yr 5..er; 192 X28 by

Vero Heath through>: Fort l'II'r'e.'hl'h the "rabhlt eye" blueberry of West balance which showed a series of 1 :Miss :Mona Kdilh: P.ilmer. daiiKhttr Wynneperguson

'\\ is about :3I i miles long.; Mar- : 1 Florida, died Friday at hiM home sharp declines in monthly reports I of :Mr and. Mrs.: Cooi-go: PnlIIHT. i \

tin county will take part In a program In Florida Town near here. He Issued, by Stale: Treasurer John C.I I 1'rlsoners" committed of I'orlland. Malm1, and 't Author. of 'PRACTICAL AUCTION BfUDOE
the had been 111 for several weeks. I He to the Kalfonl\ stato farm from ----_ _-
observing I.nnlng for the Is
opening': now t past year expected ilia dulled
I Kredei. k N Mi :M u were M
being sponsored! by the East Coast j was the first. man, so far as Ix In(0 upward during': the I the various "comities of FIIII'lllal In marriage bv Hov H:. I D :Hurry CopyrmM IWJ. by lluyli. Ji, I

Association of chambers. of comiimice. known' to cultivate the blueberry'' next few months, hilt the Incline are henceforth to bo handled directly Heights The Iereuunq <-
I of Keystone
Funs A. Hathaway will be which III recent years has come to Is doubtless, not to bo a very sleep with .1. S. Hllloh. superintendent In Ihu ARTICLE No. 7
look npinImeiilof
place
one of the principal "speakers' atl be a major crop of Uknloosa and I olio. treasury I workers here state. I of the farm I unload of inolhor !
.. through the, Hlnto prison' bureau. :Mr :McMillan's! nn It Is aninterestingangIroftheguileIf !! bid two spades. If Z 1 bM> too :cotrumlIncl |
the election at Fort Plrece. I other went Florida "011 lit h's. The balance In the states", ". .
F'u-I i .rPl'1 It was' derided, here by I the hoardof 1.IIWrl"'I'lnlllt''III'" mid Hut only ( Auction Bridge that although: the ten all luissctl, what should A open
-- '--- ,, McMillan: he lead his suit
-- commissioners of stain Institutions. \\ 1I11"KK"Ml'1'r" : Mrs. forrn.itory double is now an old story in !Should partner's spade
i' :Mr nod, ::Irx. Palmer Mrs. H:. I 11.) his country it is just bring recognized or take a chance on his own club suit!
FARMERS INSIST MUSCLE SHOALS BE PUT TO WORK =Notices ti> all sheriffs urn /
1\llIwry. timid, Mr. and, hint John and played in Eliit .11111. For many years Think it over.
being': sent out hy Nathan Mayo,
refused 1
the English players even to consider
after tint
PRODUCING CHEAP FERTILIZERS prison (commissioner I that lioroufler Schnock." Immedlalely its adoption and nil units of objections ProblemNo.il

those oIllcliilH will I I I bo ,requiredlo ceremony, tint conplo' loft for Tarpon were raised to it, but now these Hearts A J

notify Mr. IiiItch'lien prisoners, Springs Mr. mid Mrs %: li'- objectors seem to have become, converted Clubs 8.7.6.tJ j

By R. F. BOWER lire tn bo committed. to Hut farm :Millan will hn located.. lit Koyslonitllolghts and the Informatory double has Diamonds A, K.;: 10,9, 8. 7, 2
whom" Mr. McMillan op- obtained an enthusiastic and widespread SpaJcs none
Member Of President Coolidge's Muscle Shoals Inquiry i Instead. of notifying I Hie prison Imrouu. -
... erales the liakoryMr popularity. Naturally many 1
Tho farm superintendentwill I
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: and Mrs. ('. Hay Lawrence' questions have arisen as to its application y :
I promptly, advise, the state recruiting and as some of these arc very much i IA B t
: olllcer to take the prisoners and daughter. Hulli. mid f ins, to the point the following; are submitted, I : Z :
Harold and, Howard, mid Mr t mid
to the farm for the consideration, of our readers. An
i sLake 1111'''. \\'. II. tgdcn and two. ilaugh- analysis of each hind will, bu Liven in 1':1rtqI' : K, Q 1098.4
Iris enJo.Neil a picnic supper ,near the next arln.lt ( 'tubs- t0diamondQ
City In response) lo a. request .Keysloni llclnlils. on Satunl.iv. I
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dlllllgll i l # ,, I; for Information. in regard; topimento :1i r. mid Mr''. Albeit> :Mowry ofVhorry Problem! No. 7 Spades10, I 8, 4, 3. 2No
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lll"p TI 'r I I Hearts' "> rubber f. dealt and l bid
j pepper I growing' T. W.Kurdstodt Valley, =N." y" mid Mr, 'midMrs. adore game
went to Lake I : Y : flubs- K, J, ft, 2 one heart (ft questionable! bid!). A bid
1111111'1'1 : 1. S. Pickup mid, son, Chaun-' : A 1) i I Diamonds K;:, Q, 3 one spade" \ two diamonds and I B two
Tuesday mind while I Hit're toy Pickup! of LlltbValloy'" N. \'., : Z : pulc.-J.9.8.S.4, spades.and A passed, and Y bid three
speech, to the ""I'IIIt'I'1I' at the spent I the week-end. IIM the guoHlsof ': hearts. 1 II and / passed and A hid three

house. Somu kind of an election! I :11 r. Mmvry's! brnlhor, 'Iho Hov :-:0: amore. rubber K'"nl' Z dealt and Lid spades. Y bid, four diamonds I n panned I

I' wax being!,: hold mid 1 mi n u (Heine mid :\11'''. 1 K:.. .D. :Mowiy.' of .Keystone One 81'.1l1l'' If A dUIlIoI,1 nile spade (in, ,II\Il., fid) four hearts All passed and A it
was ""'ilrninmeil up. The indications Height Tim putty left. :Monday fnrnltl1)ry) and Y passel what should<1 opened the king! of clubs and all followed
are. !Mr. Karslotll. ; 1 1\ bid, I lie 11.14 Il I hllk" of two huts or unit. A then led, the seven ofInlit1' ;
l'f'lorlI'i for llniclenton. wheru theyIntend ors n"'IIII1I' \\'h.11 would yu du? I I low should Z plan the play of
that u number of Ibo fannersaround lint. winter.It .
to spoilt' the h.IIISniuliull, in the next article
Muscle Shoals-The Farmer's Dream Of Cheap Fertilizers 1 Lake Iliitlor. mid .\. ( "du; 111'1' drovo\ lo .Koystonollilghls Problem No. 8 ,

.dence. also will grow ''' ,.. 1'1'0\1-1 r :Monday, for n short visit J Hearts! K. 7, 6. 2 Answer to Problem No. 6
What will be the next chapter In At the sumo time farmers are Shoals question la accordance with : |
,, will bring': I hem" to Lako ('Iriha-A O, 10 Y : ;:
the long and hectic career of buying millions of tons nf fertilizer Ibo purposes adopted when the tatpayers' ::'wild' friends hero. Mr. Cooper Is : ilrarts-A\ K, U J
4 I whlih willi... the leeolving station located at Oilando.\ I Iiun1)n,1rIC, Q 4,3 I An : flubs A, 4Diamonds9
Muscle Shoals? each year. The use of fertilizer Is money was appropriated for i now
..... Spades: -1'.6;: I 7. : 2
for I this .11011. Hti also stopped ,
I :Nov.; 1 IK
HolKhls -
would this '
The magnificent; power dam stands slowly Increasing but It go project ; namely for the pro- I I Keystone I
) 8 7 6
Spades-. ,
forth by leaps and bounds If cheaper duction of nitrates for explosives la at Providence. whilii! making tbo Inlereslliig' follow.
fully completed ; the $15,000,000 air : program =No" wore rubber R.-imo. 7. dealt and bid,
nitrate plant Is fully equipped and fertilizers were available. President time of war and fertilizers In time trip to Lake JIll 11"1'" I'I''I'y 1 hll..III..HK11..1. Ing of. I Ihu one i.o-trunip.: A doubled Y rusted amiII i 1 Y :

ready to operate; the turblne- Coolldge's :Muscle Shoals Inquiry reported of peace. I Heights' Woman's Club, bid Iwo siMilcs." If ;/ passed!, whit ; : AD :

generators costing nearly half a that proper utilization of Congressman. F. James, of ;Miami ieorgo U. K.;: Carter and Thursday iifloriioon. Nov. HI, nt should A liiili1, Should. I he piss or Lid : Z :

million dollars each are In place Muscle Shoals would cut fertilizer Michigan acting chairman of the Itinly Loiivltt! of :Miami Iloach Saturday the. lull house :MfH, 19..1.} Sadlh I two ng-trump? fink 1 it over.

and electric current ta being generated costs 43 per cent. Military Affairs Committee of the forfeited. bandy of $ 15 II ouch who. wan III liargo, ,: loU rod. need' u Heart 4
yet no nitrates are being Farm organizations have been House has the chief responsibility Iriuk day". MailamuSibuinan Problem No. 9 ( 'lub -l.1.),7, 6, 2
In court thargos of attacking S human-I
police on <
produced. able to work out with the leadingair for getting early action on this mat Dlunnndv-Q, 1,5,4.3
Only a part of the electric current nitrates producers of Americathe ter when the new Congress/: as und boating I ': Kent;: WatsonKtlilor II.'Ink's 1 biography was I Y : Spmhrt-\,|, U../
U being utilized and this goes to American Cyanamid Companya sembles In December Congress/: was of the :Miami Heat lieu- given by> Homo. of 'the' glob\ members : A R : NIICfir..t/ game./ dealt and award.'f.A

the power monopoly of that region proposal for the operation of the ready to vote on. Muscle: flhoals1011Kt"ng .con a weekly publication, following mill :Mrs. M. K. Hergln': sang "My : Z i p.mtcfl.' .' bid one he.irtand 11 paused." .1

-the Alabama Power Companyata Muscle Shoals plants on a basis bill last session especially mi a ii t1-gnntbithg house editorial ItoMiirv", one of Iho great,: singers' -- / now bid one nO'trtimp. all pasucil, and

price that falls by more than half even better than that offered by the Madden bill Introduced by Con which' appeared \\' ... paper I lavorllo HOIIKH. Mrs". C. C. :Mooro (Hearts!'luhx-A, 10., )K",,O 8, ,tI I /.\ opened play' the I the hind Ir'yof"no I In that. uts h I.low can should.score

a million dollars a year to pay even Henry Ford and finally withdrawn gressman Martin :Madden\ of Illinois Friday.' After the men gave sang "11111 Lullaby. composed, by I lIi.IIII/II.ls-1.! 3 !ginie a".unst any drfcnu'. (, .' The lead of

4 per cent Interest on the fair by him when Congress wore him chairman of the powerful appropriations bull last. night on thu police" couit Carrlo Jutobs Raid and deillciitotlto Spades-IC,19' 4 I, 2 I tin, Ireyofhc.lrtcshowsthatAht I five

peacetime cost of the dam and out with Its dilatory tactl..s.fP committee. Hut Mr. barges': they wore airested, again Madame Kcbuiiimiii-Holnk. Itufrt'shmi'tils No.; store, rubber .:.11I1<'. / dealt :tnIIi.1,I l IILMIIS at most. / should, therefore

power plant. The price received by No wonder, then that farmers James' committee adjourned 1 with on county wurrunt "sworn' out by went served. at tho one club, A bid. rnr spade, Y doubled l I pi'(ly (four rtiuniUof. i ,f lu.iris (fiomclummV's /

the Government la only two mills are demanding of Congress quirkMuscle out giving Congress the opportunityto I Ibo editor.. Carter gave': bond of d.| ..i) of tlie meeting.' and, It |>mcd. Wh.it. shouldbid.; .' ( hand} and on the I I"t three discard
full disposal of the vote on any bill.I' Should lie the double. of one .
per kilowatt hour. and $5500/ on tliargoa': or opening u :Mr. mid :Mrs. K.: P. fiaughoy.; Mr. regard 'Ihe4ri,1lnernj.lckofspades|' j lie should
s'wdas' inf"ron"ory, or as a businessdoubter I hen I "load the ten of spades from Y's
111.. amid, 1 Mrs.
gambling house assault> and. battery and Mrs. 11. llefgln; In (' Ihcr' case, what should he h.II.111" furre the ptiy of the king.
America's Hero Home From Atlantic Conquest and threat to kill wlillo Lou- .1 I. t-::.. i.iu'snnllslr. I Kll/abotb:: CUIIKI do/ '1 hillk this over carefully for it I.a In I Ibs upadi" suit is thus established I and d

I' ; 1 vltt posted"' $:i,50 on chm-KOH ot I hey" Donald, i fi. Pangborn: F. M.Vulwruth situation there thl'lc..e tonllictin ,,". h.nuj has, the ....e ol clubs as a rcLiurv. -

assault und battery und threat to I \ und J. M. LawroncoMelbourne \ i icwpoints.Just .
kill. to \',iry lie( thought here is n l'I.ly,1, in I this way Y-Z cannot

, ) problem as to thu proper opening Iced: two more than one spade one heart

, & #rj Lake City I The board l of county Kxlllbllloll: of )locallioniit Problem ti u. 19II. iml nu-t two sioie'diamond( gune.tniks!ll is, an and Instructive, therefore

r ommlsHloncrs. ami load bond, t trustees priiilints 1 \ nil..u n horn roconl- .
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.1rte-I K;:, 7.1 J ittle i prnUcin, so note ef'llIy.' isterv
l lt n of the county Inspected. 77 ly at Chamber Common .' roomsllnslwlck ((1"--Q.J.IO.I.1 J : Y : < city to lose guar if the high

t tPi 1 It v1' 7>t .rs > mllus of county lateral' aunt. 1 mid 1'1"1\1'1 I let forhardHtirfucltiK hainlonde-9 I 7 : A f II q'ad'v' ICZ'" ham) annot diMelrele"

lay roads roioiitly 1 completed. 1 I road from this place I 1 glides 8 S, 2 1 / : l'li\' it out for. prutne, [ilating the ,

i by the bond Irmiahv't'I'mirxday.'fhn, to f'"IIII..tlu ItluffIndlnntowii --- I I..n,,,: 'of! -j; ,,10-| s in A's hind and have
No store, fart Kiine 7 dc ,dt and l In i I IIMI" I I' 'id 11, lul when he wins the spado
i entire road system us completedIs I $20,001):! now upurtmiillt -
one notliinip \ "mil" I V pi-*.. .I tnd 1 I. II'I i \I. ,
I In excellent shape, Iho Inspection bulldiliK being erected" here
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showed and a splendid' work .
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bus boon a... ..pIlHhO/1./ A study

v ( 1.. y 'on u county map on which the flow I Screen Beauty Buys Buick ,

': roads, have boon marked will show ____ .. -
that they nullate! In every clir..... I ,
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tlou from the county soul and that :' i ,

prncllcully all part of tho county ,, .J ''//J I .
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'have been lout-lied., Cltl/ifiis of j I t .} : y. .' ..' '
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: rI I the .county are well pleased. with' ; I / '/0' t. ,.,1" "." .:: W M.

,) -1 I the work of t the bond. trust'e'a. Tho'' S. .,; /1Y..t "
I
'o' new county line bridge over a. i .

.I--' I stream Ix-twitt-n I'nlon bud Columbia -

county Is perhaps one nf thobest

constructed. pices, nf brldgn. r
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j'work In I the county Thoro Is a Ir
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heavy fill on each side of IhobrldKO

K : with npproai hos a half

i i r ft7 YYk.tJ mile lone The till and bridge rest

+ approximately $12.000 I :! Tho workon

this Mate-aid' highway Including

all fills. mind bridges/: .compiled,

with the state specifications ,

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1Is.! haler O.. Car .

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:Mr' and Mrs Palmer and dangh-
*> y Keystones
ter Mona arrived In
The most tumultuous reception ever accorded a national hero was that given Colonel "Charley" Heights Tuesday Nov. 1, from .

Lindbergh the young man who /flaw from New York to Paris In a monoplane. The pictures above Portland Me., where they spent -
how Incidents of the) reception at Washington-"Llndy" before tho microphone while millions
throughout the country are listening In, and the young man and his mother In the official presidentialy the summer. The young woman holding down this Hulck Sport celdrlrlell to whom Buick' otvnenhlpOpene! avenue*
ear as It paraded through the streets of the capital. Dr. and :Mrs. W. II. Crawford KoaJnter Merle I'rcvont, famous motion picture I nf nutJttor enjoyment In California.ThI. rhor<>Krarh
returned to their home In Key- ctress. Miss 'revp U only one of many film was taken on the Me: Milte lor. _









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1 I Auction Sale
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of tlie! \V.\I.IM'T'IOX/ | 111<.r inlisluiuii' 'y. Her addrexi wui M

1.IpolitlIcl! )itllO .. i-nJii.M. .d bv every one 1111" 11I11 ilK the ;
f Mr. Harold C. U'nll of Siiuktami / !. c onventloii.Thoxu General Merchandise r''
'Co a. ',
,.lI..I" MIHH :Martini Juno DutimiTunipu. "f utlendliiK from Starkewt

.,....Id > WHI-O married at the /lioni. >re. Jlr: Jot> H. Oliver, :MH! EB.leile .

fh of v,ay tliut i of Ilii' hrltl *'H Imrt'iitn./ :.Mr./ an.MrH. < Kemlrlrk. :MTH. C. N. Christy.

L In OKi C. T. Diittftn, Siincl.iy/ NoVtMiibcr : :MrH. .1. M. lOdnards.: S. U. John,
oulh... '. llllh' J2UI: ; o'clock. :Mr', .1 r" :MIHH Carrie I'ldow.: Miss\ Hull f

> Ifl: und :MrH. Wall will niukc tbelliunio Cucxt :MHH (liisxlo :Mae llenncttMIHH ,
Sales At 2
th"n _' 0 'l'w In Sturke. : Kllzabeth William"! MIxB IMmi : 1. p.
ily.,' co.way" I llulio und. Mr.Ve: ley Iiryanirri.it .
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"rll. 110'I : ; cur m-ssi.ic: : and 7:30
My. :'? 1 : p. m. .
till I COc A proenim under the nimplcci .
II' 1
'ii ai :V, of the Womun'H Club won given utlie The I'epper I'ot I Dinner IIln>n
d"rat tib fld dllh) IIOIIHI ArmUtice Uiiy, TlIp..dl1Y"nllllt' by the ladles olI

C. a. 4econi Hlionkfi'H for l lu> dIY liflnK" Dr. J. I lie c'ommlttee of :.MrH. U. S. Carle-

...nt; '.? M. (Jlciin: anil Hr wnetwu.y'-. whcme/ talks went. both liciiffhIn the U'o mini's Club' proved a -

he 11(0d".I"( .\ 1I11t1II1IrI'MIIIII'! > A flttliiK inunlrnliiciitrain C-HX In every way due to the effort .1 PRIZES AWARDED AT
WIIH cnnli.'il! out liiclinlIIIK of the ladlcx In "' 1IIr:0: and 1

thrvifrnuwtl'. ', : Kflcc'tloiiH liy tin* Sturko tin lid' the Hplendld, co-operation of I the

'u.'"", tow unpeople. MeinberH\ of tliajciuiiKer EACH AUCTION
y. .... ;" 'I.ICsoS.ltH IMII! Hi't anHlxted, In Her v I us the :
"11'11 .. I
_, ...IC I guoMtH and 1 durliiK the evenlne uniiiHleal ..
fcxunil :'Ilr.11111101 J. Kppornoil: nlSim rendered.Memhcrx .
was '
bti lid I proKfnm: .... ... I
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IdepaHI :; ke. and :MIsH Dorothy< HUharc! : of the committee detdruto / t I The Rosenberg stock of General Merchandise II
of J.u'hHonvlllu, vtvru niuirlcil. ill exprcHH their thankH for tlm ailvertlxhiR '
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*"' tht homo of :Mr. nnd !\frll. C. 'l"1 patronaKu/ : Klveu the milliiiture Among! the fine Jersey cows to On. This wonderful cow l la a slater lion Dairy Show ; first prize and I is being closed out regardless of price. The
ntnj' Dutton of 1'1111I1'11.' luxl Sunday, =-: Minor.
Tho VilliiKB ,
senior
paper/ be the Florida State Fair to( famoua Ituttercup's Butter championship at the Alabama
: ut
MI'en :
jJu41 ItI ".; vc-mbi-r 13th: 12:30:!: o'clock. all proeeedx to be applied> on reducing Luil 111 so owned,! by Dlackmar State Fair and also at the building must be vacated} within the next few
November 17 to2G I
uc. yumiK: couple will niiike ( heir ho ITU the building IlIclE'hh'cllll'HH.Bt'I.I.I'S11C at JackHonvllle, Georgia; State Fair. Ilia dam holds
,y'..I 111 Slarkc.MISSIONARY. e will be. Ualclgh'u. Lillian which Hold for $3,200 vihen he waaR four world's records and, la known weeks and the entire stock will be disposed of
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f....... --,--_. (oSI,\ lilac kmarof month old. He J won first prize I
'IIA: : II ( above) owned! by AO to the Jersey world as the 25-
C"'JJ : SIMIK: at these sales regardless\ of price offered. Ask
'11"1 Itent Cottage\ Farm ColunibiiH nt the Canadian National Expositor 000 Long View ('OW.hla'k I"j ,

: ': ( 'I rdp /NnmticT': Knur of t HIP HaptlHt ) Dr and :Mr J. J. Mullen ofSluike I your neighbor about the bargains they secured.
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......?; W. :M. tJ. will entertain\ atHllver II aiiiioiiiic the en aKemciitof her, were nerved Ice cream unc this new anHoclntlonal year.Wednesday rung around eye; one

49'; tea nt tho home of :MrK. J, their daughter: Katbeilni* 1 Isabel c'liko by Mm. Halle, axslHted by; I evening the paxtoi dnrk brown heifer white around)
4".1 Miiillxon Blrcfl next" to Mr. A. McCorniUk llntlKon -
II. Lord, on ,
Mrx.: J. W. Kclwards: and KvelyiStump. :
I will continue the dresses on the heels: one yellow heifer; onecrippled
afternoon from I throe to of Kau: fJallle. The weddlnK:
TuPHday
I l Kuch guest received ax IL
t 1"1ud flvn. o'wk.Jlh.mlJl'rK' will bo an Interesting event of the Kplxlo) to tho ColoHHlans.ItlUTIIIlAY male calf; one darkcow
In
dressed a pint
favor lolly-pop
.... nml, I near future.Mlt. a Hhort horns two cinnll
of lIe other flrclcn \ -
I 1.:.., I ---- paper' dro a..MISS rout and two lai'Re bat'k tents. SAM: ROSENBERG STOCK
,10.* friends from. other c'lnirchpH aro : .AM: :MKH. H'I'EItSBEIW e I'AH'CVMurgiierlte Victoria :Mack. It* : I i
arlS
invited In attend. I Prevutt entertalnec!
I I It, K.vnitT.m: : (jicoo\i-u: ivriitT.\i\s:: :
UBfci' nil ",, A plnaxiiiit\ afternoon In mitlclpatecl. a mini her of her friend! !i nt a lawn FOH SALK-'Good 4-room house C. McNulty: in Charge I IL

m" 1 Mr. nnd, MrH. N.: Sternberg cnlertalned :MIHH Martha U iroover, u membeif parly celebrating; her twelftlibirthday. In Starke. $1,100.00. sterlCourtney /
tar I Ita I --- the Twentlelh Century Hchool faculty enlertalned Starke I IIL. 11-18- STARKE FLORIDA
Italford
.. ." ST.. :Mllv'S{ (a'IUt tho A number of guinea: were
I .. .t Club Thurxday <>venlnK. Tho roonmi twenty-ono of her pupil'.. played after which refreshment'Whkh 21'on-.

......"."j"jt. The 1'idics( of Ihn. SI. :Mark'H i thin pretty licune' were opened, with picnic Friday., HexIdeH thepuplla conslHter of piuuh, ('alleJIIII'e. HKNT--We:: have a couple of : DJ

rooms suitable for one or two ___ "_'._
an nil clay meet IIIK. : ut III" home of iiatheniinnx being. plaeed, l'IlrYH-1 rle Carrie Carroll :Madeline To nip- Those present were MarJorie persona with use of bath, hot

1'j MrH. .1. C. Hoover. Monday. 1'lanx ively nhout I the rooniH. klnx. Illaucho Mryan! I L. Ulgdon, Stump; Lillian Stump; Linnnle und cold water. Hates reason .
m il. for the haxaar and' foot. mile to l lKlvpn III' butterfly tulllen directed Hitch Jr., .1. H. Uedd and, Lee Canova Martha Powell Sara able. :Mrs. Geo. A. Marcottei

t' ''Jd Satiird.iy were arriuiKed: players to their plac-es at the four Itedd and Leo Moore wero present Hope J hIS nex, Georgia Haynea Call street next to power plant. I IIt : :... ..;:.. :
hiiHhiPXH il iHcllHHi'dcliiilnic lahlex uiranuecl: for bridge. At Lunch Npread under the
and general: waa Nellie KilHiirds. Curmon\ TooleDt'lnla I
b .J : thi- ...l'Hi'' of the inoinliiK.: HIP I'loxe of til" game* Mrx. S. I. pine treex after a two-milu walk Toole. Kclnu Stanabury; -1 I1 I

At noon :MrH. Hoover( Kervecl her I'eek "H found to have Won top rpon returning to Miss Croover't. Mrs. Starixhury Wood fin Halle,. I Syrup can, all sizes, and barrels. I I

I pL'IJtI. KiieHtn a cU'lleloim liini'lion" and ",'<>!1'11 and, \MIH presented'. with a home. ntiiiK'roiiH gnmea wero pluyrd Stanley llennett. Mildred (irlffis. J. )0'. Klckllter. 10-28-31. J. R. DAViS & CO.

HIM afternoon Has Hpent )pleaxantly lovely apron while Mr. O. I.. MCUMley and an enjoyable time wan. ha
"'III I e\vliiK:. l.adlc'H "''tc'IHllnlthlH: nnidci.. high: for tho men and hy all present.KIUCY and :MI,us Snollgrove. FOH HUNT Furnished apartment '

: j meetliiK were: !MufulitineH O. 1,. sva" awarded u handsome tie. AHi'onxolatlon .. with private bath. ).,. A. ;
llc'iiHley (i. M.: Slxlriink Mil:, win prl/.es. Mrx. J. W. Kllllan ( 'IIII.llnl': 01" ( 'o'li 1-1':11-' : ........................ Scott Starke Fla. 1 t. INSURANCEAGENCY

Y:1'I' Soiithc'i-H' U. S. C'ailetou. II. H. rec-elveil, a vanity and, Mr. K. ; .M 11':1-1': : '''' *.
SAMPSON CITY
I You UK. J. J.. \Kra/c'e and ('. l'riinkIlooMT. I"!'. Stump u Bilk handerchtef.Tin1 : C. O. D. PLANTS--Cabbage, Col-

l4.,1.'III. licmleHH nerved ,her gueHthUkfii and>< Tho Hiihy !Davln Memorial chupler .......................... liirda. Savoy Cabbage and Onion ESTABLISHED 1886
Hiilad, hot chocolHte of Children of Confederacy wll plants. 000, C3c:; ; 1,000 $1.00 ;
'.. IK>\<>lIN( :
on tho I tublen during the (Hal feting at I the home of MmL. will be a box supper here at cauliflower plant. 100, 50c: GOO STARKE FLA.

MMH| I Isahel lltillen, l IIrlll-'h'l'l> -niiieH.. Thoxe enjoying tho hOlo- I A. Davla on Hutlll.tlny.'oov./': 1911ut school Iioiiue Friday night, Ih"l. $2.25 ; 1,000, $4.00. Good plants I ..

w:4...: was hoiioreil on WedneHday afternuoii lillallty of Mr. and Mr*. Sternlierg 3 I'. m. All members. are urged 16th for the benefit of tho nuil prompt shipment gUllraut"l'II. : : :

at a linen nliower ut the rexllencn were: III r. and Mm. .1. I... to be prenent an It la time for eleotiou I Kveryono Is /Invited to attend.Mm. Schroer Plant Farms Val- ,

... ( of MlHH Crelc'licn, HciclKHon.. : Kra/.ee. Mr. and Mrx. a. L,. 1'eek, of olllcera.\ J. H. :Merrltt and daughter closta. in.( 11-1-11-25
After the arrival of the RiieHln Mr. and 11I1'14. J. "'. AndrewH, Jr., will be taker of Fort Pierce are hero on a visit .
''OJ'I History 'question "'''''''I1"I''W''IIW''I01''III''IIII""IIIIII''III"1I11II""III""II'' '' ''' '' '' ,, '' "'''"'' "''''''''''' ''.''''"''' '''..''"' ''...... ) \..'
& MlHB llnllen wna prenented with a Dr. nnil 1 MI'H. 10.: 1.. IIIIKHIr.! and I from the llattle of :MiMfreesboro, with her Bister Mrs. S. Jo;. Jones Foil SALK Yellow chrysanthemums

pink roxn jietal puranol. Hhowc-reil Mr.. K. K. Slump, Mr. and, Mrx. I). '1'1'1111. :Mm, M. K.: doodge was a visitor. 1 $2.50 nnd $3 per dozen ; )

fa- with nil inhered heiirtx; each nntn- I I,. IleiiHley MI-H.. J.V. Kllllan of I :II itS. L. A. DAVIS, to Starke one clay List week.Minn Pnnsy plants ready to bloom,
: : -'t. her correxpondliiK" : to verneH held lilac.k Mountain, N.: C., Mr. (;i.: MInmiin Dlrectoi CusHlo McKlnncy of frnham. $3 per 100 ; Gladioli Bulbs 50c

hy thc> KiiextH: and ax Mlxx Mullen and MIHH. Margaret Long.'s spent a few day here last per dozen; 1'01'1'onrPlllsus/': $1

r.rJ pliit-kc-cl 'the henrtx from I tho para-' $ $ + + week visiting her mint MrH. Lester per dozen; Phone orders given

Mol the verxett were read, lettlni I \\0\1 \\ I'l.i'ii MI':I''II': II Kite. prompt attention. Phone 39, I Is

"..' ht'll' know uhero to. Had tho !plftx, : Joe S. William and Mr. Homines i Jertrude Godbey Anderson,

01'I whlc"'h hail, been 1 previously Jilddeunbcuit I Tho rcgnl.tr\ monthly meeting: of ', Church Services of Palatka were visitors here i Florist Waldo, Fla. 10-28-51-

Ij ,! the hoiiHP.MSH I th.> Woman'.* Club of Starke wauleld $ Thursday>nlnlt. They were accompanied 1125.
| llodKxon. : win nsslHU'd InentiTliilniiiK at the flub houxe Wednexd.iyifternoon < homo by Mrs.. JoaleH.ill.
I $ "' "' '' $ ''
: the Kimxtt by hermother. with Ihlrty-flvo I memer and daughter Miss: l Miinirnle FOH HUNT.: : -Furnished apart

JJ :Mrx. II. V. HodKxon: anilMrit. : > and, all otllcern! prexent. The and. MrH. S. t:. JoneH. who Hpent ment. ICast Cull street threejunrters I
ST. :M\KK'S CIIUKCII
; J. I,. Torreiii'O.. who nerved irexldent. Mrx. (1.I M. I Inimin, prodded I.I'IS: ('UI'\I, the week-end there with relatives., ( of a mile from post
at the coffee urn and tea pot, reBpwtlvely over I the hiiHlncHH Hexxlon and attending the dedication! of the olllce. !Mrs. T. P. Wall. 11-1121

I Sandwli'hi'x ami 1 Hiilaclwer ml reportx from, different, comnltteeH services. Advent to new Memorial bridge.,
Sunday FOH SALK Hooted
rose (
cuttings
served. II given. The finance chair- Among those from here" who :
JlirlHtmiiH. Bflc each.) Amaryllis bulbs 50cpE'r
The brldu rcrulved many attractive nan, Mrx, L. Jo'. Smith reported Church nchool. Mlas were. visitors to Starke last week i I
10:00: a. m. cloz. Mrs. T. P. Wall. 111121
and, uxeful gifts. and a > erypleiiHnnt Iho clearing of $1,100 on the recent Sarah Malpaa, supcrlutcnclcnt.( were: C. A. John 11.'Rrll(..., W.Kobemon. *. -
afternoon w.m ('IIJoyed] by demonstration fair H. A. Prexcott. Hay
11:00: a. m., morning prayer
nil thoxe prexent.-Kail: (:iallle Ueeortl. MrH. N. D. AValnwrlglit: and IIlrH.I. ind sermon. Ooodge, Lemn BI'oWIIIntl others.Itev. FOR SALK-Corn, on ear $1.25 ..

1'hllrHday.'oov./': 10th. ->. A. Diivl were elected delegate: 11:00: n. m., celebration of Holy C. A. Crosby will fill his per 80-lb. Barrel. Shelled,

to the sectional meeting at Orange Communion on First Sunday of the regular appointment here Saturday $2.50 per hundred pounds, delivered
The Ka tern Star Chapter of Kauiallle ': 'ark tliIn month. iionth celebration on Salntg Days, night and Sunday. Kverybocly to Starke. D. W, Moore.H. .

(; Rave Mlxx Nabel Ilullen Three m'\\' members were voted, and Major Feast Days, 10:00: 1m.. welcome. F. D. Starke Fla. 11lltf.CUOHTNEY'S '
brlllp-<>lol'I. a .xllver\ Khower at the ntn thn club. !\I r... C. A. Knight. HIIIIsell S. Crtrleton. Hector.MKTHOIH4T e
renldenee of MrH. Mucy on Tliurn- :Hlsm'H !Myrtlce and Merwyn\ JII..kHOII Mr. am,! Mrs. Hob Sterna of New PLACE OX THE

day uveuhiK. The shower wan attended ami :MTH. J. M. :Mitchell's\ \ : .: Brunswick N. J., were guests of Highway for gas oils\ candy
by a large number of memberH 'OHlgnatlon: wan accepted. Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Hull laat week boyiT overalls, groceries: notions t tI

of the chapter who maclu tile The chairman of legislation: Kiuich: Marvin Hooka, pastor l'IUE'n route to Fmltland Park. sandwiches. Sterl Courtney,

(fvenliiK: very pl<'i xant for the !drs. A. 7.. AdkliiH. then took Sunday! sl'lwolat 10:00: o'1'1 CIl'k.E. where they will\ visit Mr. Sterns' Starke. 11-11-21.

brlde-eloct and the KIIL-HIS preHentKail (''hnrgo\ of the meeting and Introlueed K. ferryman uupt. futhor.. They were accompanied

iallle !tN'orel'oov./': 10th.Mian the xpeaker of the after10011 1'rcacliliig Sunday. morning at by Wesley. Sterna.Mr. Vital Statistics

Dr. J. M. Glenn of Young 11:00: o'clock. by Hev. U. S. Hob- I
HodKBou entertained on Law elder of the Jacklonvllle : and Mrs. Morgan Darby of IllnlmMr.
Ciretchcn larrlx lia.. who spoke >rta, prexlding
ut ItiiRlivoii on Saturday.Xovomber enforcement.Mr: dlHtrlct at the close of( Ft. Myers, motored here Friday : and Mrs. J. F. Klckllter Jr.. THE "AYES" HAVE IT I
he ofimslc. Conference for a visit with relatives. Mr. Starke /Nov.': 13, girl.Mr. !.
l>th. aiimxincInK: I enKaKement *. D. K.: Knight: chairman \* hlch tho Quarterly
of MHH| Ixalii'l Uullen to1 had ariaiiKed: a short muxlal will bo helil.Preaching, Darby returned! home Sunday, but and Mrs.\ Robert Wade,

her brother Mr. A. \M. HodRxou. (' program which wax carried' Sunday evening atr:30 Mrs. Darby will remain for a few Hampton, Nov. 15, girl and boy.

Guests Inrhulod the brlilieli, nit ax followH: Mrx. J. '\'. Anlrew : : by thu pastor.Midweek dnyx I with his parents, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs, Thus. Moseley, QUALITY-you bet A finished product

MIHH Uullen' :Mlx Sarah; lordon xang: A Voice with a Smile service Wednesday. at Mrs. ,A. M.: Darby at their home Doctor's Inlet, Nov. 13, boy.Mr. .

1\IrH. .1. K.: Torrenc-e.. :Mm. Paul hy Huff.; :Mm. AndrewH and MlsxCthel 7 ; 30 o'clock., In Gainesville. and Mm. Chas. B. Johns.Starke of twenty-five years of tire building ex

Oxteen and :Mm C. K.: Srhelble.Kau .- : Orinin Hang a lovely duet /Nov.': 14, hoy.
Oallle Uec'ord 1, Tluirml.iy. Nov.10th. 111111 John l'UWl'1I xang. (a ) Oh I'HtSITtHI.: : .\ Wilbur Marshburn of Marlannn.a Mr. and 1Ir.elRou: T. Green, perience.

'air.' Oh Svveet and Holy, by ('nn-\\ former student. of Bradford Starke. Nov. 1C, girl.Licensed .
__ __ -. I tur: .Ib) Out of the Night: : by 1':1-1: Sunday school I nt 10 a. m., J. :M. County High School spent the

*TTKM:: fONXKNTION. ; ln. accompanied by Miss Klhelr : ; Trilby supt. Armistice holidays In Starke with ] to \VrilFred APPEARANCE rously oversized }
AT sr. At
u.SiindwIcheH.. coffee and leu were I flicker.Christian. I (>. W. Alderman and his aunt 1 :Mona Kdlth: Plllml"r.I' -thick treaded-perfectly balanced-a

Eleven memberx of I the Starke erved' by tho lioHtexHe.., :AesclameM Kndeavor: meets at :Mrs. (!eo. C. White. 'I' Daniel Jo'. Georgea and :Miss tire you'll be proud to have

Christian Kndeavom: attended the J. W. Andrews Jr., K.: M. Davit. 11 1:30 p. in. lU'porls will be giveny Pearl King.Andt on your car.

Soul hwe..t Florid.i C.K.: Convention :I. K.: ('1I110VIL. C. A. Kiitch.\ J. C. / > delegiite: .to the missionary Charles F. Hegl"ter. Inspector ...r J. Damage: and Miss Abl Come in and let us put you on the road to I
Nov. 15th. The 'onventloii and banquet at St.Viigustlne. !: Hoard Vehicles In Tallahassee
AiiKUBtlne ( from tho
at St. loover.. S. K. Jolinn and K. II. blo l Bowen. real tire
convention wax ciponed with a bun : 1 was a visitor. In Gainesville economy-with PATHFINDERS

ciuet at 6:30: which WAil clod II reel ong. Prayer meeting:, Wednesday eveilng yesterday for the purpose of POLITICAL I

a complete BurrenH. At thl time !111 IT IIII\V l'\ItT. at 7:30: folowed by choir ,and 1 obtaining n check on the cars

addrexxeH and reports( ) were made iractlce, In tills. city not properly taxed. Announcements
by each, Hotlety. Mrs. W. O. Halle entertained Thaiikaglvlng; Communion ser'Ico "There. U no excuse. for automobiles I
Immediately' follciwInK the bnniliiet 'uesd.iy afternoon with a lovely nnd reception of iiiembera. operating without proper licenses

tbu devotional Pxeri'lxeH, were arty honoring her little son. Jack will) he observed Sunday morning.ov. :. now that a tag: ofllco U open FOH T401.1..K('TOHHnvlnv

held. In c-haruo of the Starke Kndeavor. : lie occiiHlon ....Inll: his fifth < 27th. In Gainesville; ," Mr. Heglxteri .ttxl, 1,fotMinwr. b..11'that urtrtMl I .am ,itt* I i'
led by !Mr. Jon H. Oliver.Hi tiny. Hoxes. and birlh-I ; ld. .Gainesville Sun, Nov: 12.GENT I h Cfttv Hnnmim rurulllati I- r
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:1 e.ri'/:
the MU'TISTSunday ;' for <>MU* > of t'-| I 1 1I Supreme Service
decorating (
'rlpluri1" leHKoit wan read hy :MHHKntelli were lined In : I t.t.i, f..t. Ilra \ ) Kendrlck., IIn,1 the lights were sluulfd In .11.it' i, IM th*. l.ttmirratlc I'rtmury ;
Two beautiful mlxxlonary PIIKc'anlx :- 1111Ik. TRe dining table, which wax ncrvlcex:: S. S. at 10 a. A WORD i't Juno. \V. K. TOUOHK!
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were given by the St. AIIKii ('entered by u large white birth- 111. Preaching by the pastor at
cake decorated with pink and 11 a. m. \ h..n""n., .... mv""lr .. ,'nnII.11. NO. 2
..Unr> I'0\:. These\ puneunts rep- day ,, .
. '. PHONE
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n.'Hfiitpd, the nilHHlonury work the while candles und rosex, alo. five n. Y. P. U. Union* at ((1:30: p. m. COLUMN ..r "II..tr..r.1.. Counly. I ...111'1( Ihe I
Christian Kndeavom: are poll>lor. tiny pink candle, was beneath At 7:30: p. m.. Itev :Mr. Norrla ..u..t ..r Ih.. ,...I"r.. ..r Ih.. ""OI'Y I. J

InK In South America. An lu.te.r'Btln Ihe chandelier from which tnpervd Antloch.\ moderator of our Asnrlntton S'OTICE-I loarn that off my .cows ::r :.hll r: ec t'lihr: :i:. I ; :: ,: :' _, I III. .-
by some
>r lecture on mUslonM wnttlven pink crepe paper Htreamers.The will nddrexa us on the have been driven ..... : .-- ".., ",! ,, '
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Starke : one big yellow cow. C. '\. KNIOI1T.: !!! !!! "--" -, -
by MUa Mary Moore, a for- little guestt, sixteen In numj j ubjeit of our missionary budget men
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'' ,IINWAYAAIMNN/MIIIX-OIXIMIHIIIIHN4NI, ,. ,;;; ;; ..nmWYYIWWYIIIWAIIIiIIIYMII11YIlYIWIIIWIWIWIIUNIWIIWWYYIIIMI, ,," ', ''' '''''' '' ,,'' '',, '''UIIYWHYIIYIWIWIWNMNW', ;;' 1 :MM. G M Inmati returned to I 8111\1111r Steinberg! who Is attending ('01. J. L Frnzc'o left Thursday. :\it issi's. 1\1"1111 nnd BIII'1O'hl'1' lind' .f Itl'I"- I", :Miss Margaret I:
t'' her home' :Monday from n trip \ the< University of ]Florida. fur, TnlliihiiHHiM where ho will prowiiI di'i-miin Hjn-nl laHt \M<<-lr-i) >nd. with Williams of TlioinuHVlIIe, Ga,

I I \Vaverly. lUchmoud and other I Ualne.HIlle. '. spent the Armlstlieholld.iVH I tin- <'1111" of State of Florid their iiiiivnlH.' Mr: and :Mm. ti.V.! gad :Miss betty 1'ftiie of Jacksonville
points of Interest Virginia.. with Ills parents :Mr and VB Everett Bennett to the Supreme" ""''1'11I1111. Sass: :Monii. hud liS her

Bits oi I :\11'". :N. Slernherg caper\ In nn effort! to nurun t 1h' guest, hiss Trlpp. who IH. also allIII"U'udol' i I .
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i \ and IIbl'l'ot\ his client under bond. In the music, department -
Mr. and Mrs. George Flynn j
I little son. of rulutka. spent the lire P. M. Knrefoot and l daugh of the I \\'01110 n'8 'olle.; Rev, iui.1. Mrs. L, F. Wallace

ek-end with her mother, :Mrs. tern Juonlta and Sara, nnd Miss ; Bliss: Blanche. North of Green, : ------ rpHldenlH1of I Annapolis Valley

local Nev ,I, 10:in in a uCnovu.. Inez Abel'nut'hy) and :Mrs. R. A.Newsome. Cove Springs; ; was the intentVil. :\1I..sPA. Hiui-l ::111.1.11..1,1111'. N'ovlii:; Scotia, arrived In Stnrku
spent Tuesday shopping nosd.iy uiul Thursday of her sister Klnlu \\VeIi and Florence. Andre AVedneHdtiy and. will.ho the guests .
' 1 In Jacksonville, MroV.. L. Herndon. nnd bilstles| H, HtudenlK of lit/ el'o ton ti's nf Dr. tutu :Mm... (1. P. Raymond.
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Little House flake Shop at N.
Concerning Our People, Basinets and i :Myrtle and ]Kmm.i: Strlokland atKlugsley ColloKo In TiillahasHei, sprat the They will upend. I the winter Benson
I ii.) dulls residence. Orders takenfor I
,'i Progress of the and Town. :Miss j'MI; : '-lId"z--: who Is [ Liiki. week-end lit hate. Miss Andrews In Florida.;
County pies (cuke doughnuts
; 1't'1"1 ..
tillOl1l1n' _
II junior in College ..
'I lloston baked beans. biscuit, I -- -- -- -- t tI
I nt Tallahassee, and her room-male '

\ ...''rutlnmWtllmumllmnNlylmMmmYnaMlunminlNHmlmlrnmmmlmmnmllINll'"" '' ''-'''' ''' ''''' ''''''''''''''' '' '' '''' ''''''''..,rU'IMIIIIIIiUWmHnlmnAUIIIWIwmIml,, ''''''''' ''''',,,,. ,,.,.,,,, .{ ,....".nMlmmIIfl. .._....,.,.....mina. .J Hull's Store every afternoon Orders :Miss Frances Wood worth of Or- ----
taken there also I
lundo, spent the week-end with I
WI\'riiiIi: : KiroitTMln.:: Young liens. for( sale at Wood'f20c h her mother, Mrs. H. S. Fernandez.Mrs. I
per pound. II t L: Owen (ri/fln/ who Is attending; ,

Date !\lux. : Prl.dp. I Jacksonville, Uusiuess College, : "'. S. Blnkely- -and-little I,
Il -iov. 9 114 GS .00 Mr. and Mrs. J. ]F. Klckllter, Jr," spent the week-end with his moth son, who have been visiting her I, Checking Accounts :

-iov. 10 82 Gj .00 are receiving congratulations o a er. .Mrs.: Lllla Grlllln.ierald parents, 'Mr. nnil, byre.V.. \\'. :
Nov. 11 110 02 .00 the arrival of a little daughter' den for several. days, H'IIII-I
Nov 12 III 50 burn November 13th. '
(10 I (; Mlddleton of Jacksonville their home In Jacksonville>.1- I ,
Nov. 13 78 61 .OS pent the Armistice hollda.\s nesday.Hon.. I I
Nov. 14 711 61 .UII inn Shells at Kl liter's. 11. I with his 1)1',1111.1 :llrs.V.. .
parents ---- It is important to bills by check because it
Nov 15 r; 80 62 .0 II 18-St.:! pay .
I I':. Mlddleton.Mrs.I I]:. I K. rerrynian and 1 son i ilOinniell "
!Nov: 16 60 .110 of Hlllrk,'. vts-, for the
Miss ----- Key. were gives you an indisputable receipt pay
P"'l'lahilii'll"' of Kalford '
: : 'r. of Jacksonvtlle. Itors lo iri'i'ti (Cove Springs, Monday -
M. rienhtnn -
10 II. Smith mid N. sternlierg' was a visitor In Starke nf'I
Sunday ment. It is likewise
motored lo Jacktionvllle Monday ternooii. Florida, representative of :III'. lvrr>nian I I. a prominent'attorney important to keep your J
Hcnnelt I Printing Co. of Atlanta. of our" ulster" city Shu'ke.l( |
with bank
i was u business visitor to StarkeTuesday. (Cluv County Crescent.. checking account a that gives special
V. C. CrettH of New IUv .
a visitor In Starke Tuesday. underwear ill Marguerite's Shoppe!,. iv.: II \\'isI'or I attention to checking accounts. We have many

Tin .\""I' ..m' j
F. II. Long of Lake-huller-, w asa :'011'! and :Mrs. J. H. Lord am I / Little ]House hake Shop at N. This Is to iissimt my friends. I customers who have kept their checking ac-

visitor, In town :Miss Fnnnlo Lord spent last w..1III I H. Hull's residence. Orders taken that I will bo candidate. for the I counts with for without i
Saturday.illge us long
as as twenty years ,
I.ake"orlh. for pies, cake, doughnuts, real ,adieu" of AsKt-ssor of Taxes in tlioDemocratic i

I Iloston baked beans, biscuit nt Primary election to ln having once had occasion to complain of an I'':
can engrave watch ,
your L. K.: Huberts of JacksonvilleIs Hull's Store every afternoon. Orders held next June.My .
with name or monoKnim.. 11-18-tf visiting Ills. liriither-ln-lnw amsister I taken there also.Col. : oMlrlal announcement' will error. Our system of keeping these accounts is I

Dr. and Jiirs. 10:. L. IllRgs.Mr. I appear at the proper' time.K. .
:Mrs A. Z. Adkins was a vlxltor as near perfect as it is possible to be made
-- and Mrs.: J. I:. Fetch of )i>- 1:. \\ IIAYKS
In l'allllklI'ldll)', and Mrs H. F. Clark motor. Land 1, who have been visiting firs Political Adv.vfFru .

ln lo C'ed.ir. }Ke>'s Sunday and upon1 l FuUh's sister, :Mrs. II. I L. Itrown- :

Dr. J. J. Mullen It Hiiendlug I the the day lee, returned to their' homo Fri ffTYTiirvrwisParties :. : i I I Monthly statments are rendered on the last day
week with Ills family In stillke.MlH day. -
:Miss Ruby Priest. of Jacksonville wishing; to hunt on I of each month to every customer whose account

: Free of wns the guest of :Misses, :Myrtle :Sir and Mrs. C. A. Flitch. andchildren Thanksgiving': duv. should. get their
) Wynn Hampton, has been active the 30
license before. "November' 24th, asIho during preceding clays.
I
and Emma l Strickland
" ; Sunday .
was visit ins In Starke Saturday Mr. and Mrs. n :it! SisIrunk -
I olllco! will I lie, closed on that
and son, Joe, motored to 'This is done without fail, even though our of-
A, L. Hobertu( of Lacoothee. wasa Heaters, gas. oil und wood nl St. Augustine; and Jacksonville\ day. I
visitor In Stnrke Monday. Jones Hardware. Sunday and spent I the day. (flKO. A. OAUDINKUCounty: .Jrlllw: :.' I II fice force must burn the mid-night oil to get the ,


ys Ironclad guaranteed l hose all Levy ('II nova of Jacksonville,''I I Mr.-and Mrs. James Paul Greennvny -, T,, ''''I-.1 I.1, work done.
i teat the week-end with his mother I ,
Bha ;Mrs. }10 nice" Ciinovn. I the birth of a von. Mrs.Jreennwny .. .1 LAND ;

: and Mrs H. A. Weeks andfamily -- (I Is remembered. hero usus We solicit checking accounts on the promise that (.
:Mrs. I'. H. Johns has been visitIng ,
:Miss Thelma
of Hrooker, SURVEYINGSubdivMirm'
, In Sturke with .relatives.Mr. spent. Sunday her son-in-law nnd daughter': 1 I Snellgrove- ) our service in this line cannot be excelled any I 4:

I :Mr. and Mrs Boy V. Turner 1 In: Little House fluke. Shop at N. 1 1 Drainage I where. i
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find Mm. C. D. Shank nf (Gainesville.Ae: I). Hull's\ residence. Orders taken

Jacksonville were week-end( for pies, cake, doughnuts; real I t SystemsAccurate ''Iet i fJ I]
guests of her mother, :Mrs H. L. are olferiiiK splendid values', llnstoii baked beans biscuits, illHull's Work I
Y. .. I III Ladles' Coats. Marguerite'sShoppe. Store wiry afternoon." Orders I i
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--- ------ taken them" also. ;
H. E. Lagergren I I BANK OF STARKE ]
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All felt huts at cost unit beloM.irKiu'rite's. \\'. -- -
; Mrs.! II. F. Demorest, left HilI 111'- Young, hens for sale. nt Wood's. :
day: for Amerlcus, Oa.! to bo with 2fic per pound It. Starke, Fla.]
her' motli",rMrs.. O. C. Johnson. I: I
Lacey ItlKdon spent I the Jailor I --- = =-=-.::..-._-- I I II
part ot the week with friends, In who Is quite III.
Jacksonville.Mr ( -- I The Bank of Helpful Service !
Mrs A, V Long of finlnesvllle, 1---------:

.-Louis-hill of Lnwtpy. waR \Irs' S. i I1: Itrounlee nnd Mrs. J. HAROLD C.11'r1LI.INSURANCE !President R. J Davis Cashier I I
11. Hrimnlea motored. to Jacksonville E. S. Matthews .
visitor Starke Monday
a business In '
Tuesday, I I

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are offering I : Renulnf-'( dress I
J. D. no'lo of Jacksonville,
spent several days In Starko the I I'e "; at $9.45! $ I:1l5: and I ST.MSKIO, runuu.tItepr'sents -- .
!';v. Marguerite': hopl'''. I .
liisiirniK
tin Itcsl Lending Omipiiiilf" .
first of I the week. --- ----- -- __--- -- -
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I' l' OMOHILK.: BOND:; 1.1.\nll.ITY
-- I fail} : ACCIDENT I.nIL:
and Mrs. W. P. llundall of !
Mr. I'
lion. Floyd Green of Lake liutler. -
Jacksonville spent the week-end : I' .\AIMl'STMKNTS: : : \III':: Flit):\tl'TI.Y
was visitor In Starke Monday -
ej-, with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. I ;
EXTRA SPECIAL
Alvarez. UANlicEaV10NG :
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, Latent noveltlCH In Christmas, I .
Mrs. J. M. Alvarez Is visiting '
Gifts. ran bu found at Marguerite'sShoppe
f' her daughter; Mrs. Jack Murden :'I You will find at the Fancy Work and 1'ure Food sale.sponsored

h --- in Orlando several day of. I this 1 } ( by St. Mark's (;uild at our store this Sat-

i rr;: J. J. Illgdon was a business visItor week Hart in work suitable j'
1 c ut'llay'lIlItll'l'1'U] values\ fancy '
to the State Farm the first of SchafG G
'. the week Salt $ 1.00 per bag Andrews for Christmas Gifts for the family or friends, also] '
, Store, Lake Butler, and Halford. fly
'' I 11-18-21. fner some very tasty foods( for. Sunday dinners. 'I,
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Gun Shells at KUkllter'H. 11- '
18-3t. 4 SIWIALS l''lilDA ) AND SATUKDA Y 'I:,

a "'. M. Itrvan.. local Sinclair distributor ) -'K
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" has taken over the operation -
Mr. and Mrs. I Edward Cupton
and' son. Edward of Callahan, of the Sinclair Filling. Station Sweet Potatoes FLORIDARAISKD 10 pounds 25c "
were visiting friends In Starke on Temple! avenue.Mrs. i

Sunday Styleplus -- ------ -- -- -- -- {:
S. B. llrownlne will leave *x

Miss Lillian Barefoot, of San today for on extended. visit with / o for ThankKgivingStokley ANDALUSIA IlreakfaHt Uncoil ."
Oreenvllle and other
relatives In
derson, was guest Sunday after-
points of Interest In Mississippi. Clothing PumpkillICJl b'S
non of Miss Inez Ahernathy. SlicedPerLb.SOc "

t Gun-Shells. -at-Klckllter's.- 11- Salt $1.00 per bag. Andrews No. 2 1-2 Can 1 (I. Jar Dill Me '.

Store Lake Butler and Halford. ( Snur tae
18-3t. 11182t. 15c 1 }I. Jar 1

I 1 (}I. whole Hweet 37c "
Mr and Mrs. W. A Dunham, I
Leonard F. Smith
Mr. and Mrs.
In
spent Wednesday shopping
Jacksonville.Mr. have as their guest for a few Back to I'll RE CAN K
days Mrs. F. P. Drohan and little t SUGAR Granulated 15 pounds 98c 1

and Mrs. It. T. Osteen, of son.

Brooker, were visitors to Starke 1914
Mr. and Mrs. Laurie
Edwards| DKL-MONTE
Tuesday morning. FANCY flltM '
of Jacksonville spent the weekend Golden Age lirantl

,, with her parents, Mr. and :Mrs Peaches l
Andrews
Salt, $1.00 per bag Macaroni, Spaghetti
Values
W. H. Struth. IRISH POTATOES
Store, Lake Butler and Ralford.Tlev. .
1I-18-2t. Noodlen Can
H.( Vnnslckel uf
Mrs Pale

A. E. Dunham of Jacksonville Gainesville. spent the week-end 10 Lbs. 31c 3for24c 4 Cans 98c
with her Sheriff and :Mrs
parents
spent .several days of this SUITS and OVERCOATS
W. J. Epperson.
week In Slarke with friends. .
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C'nl. Joe Hill Williams of Lake Paul E, Canova, who Is attending Dried Salt Bacon Per* pound 16c

Butler was a visitor In StarkeThursday. ; business. college: in Jacksonville $15.00,22.50,25.00,35.00These ,
spent the week-end with his .
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t -- mother Mrs.' Emma Ciinova. YELLOW ON IONS TOMATOES MACKEREL A

.' Heaters, gas, oil and wood at Illffe can repair your eye glasses exceptional suits and overcoats are especially .1 pounds 4\'(. 2 Can6cans49c Fresh and fat

Jones Hardware. new frames lens. temple developed for men who appreciate fine 14c 2for25cline

I' :Mr. Elred Duncan of Lake Hutler. I s crews. 11018-lt'l fabrics and expert hand workmanship. For e
visitor In town Saturday -
a
I, was Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Sapp and ---- ------- ---
men who want the comfort of fit with-
a perfect
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laughter: Dorothy spent Sunday I / Label Making fruit Cake? COMPOUND LARDSwift's '.
Otis-Harry.--J. J. Morgan and I/1/ the: guests of relatives,,. In Jackson out the annoyances of try-ons and the tedious KAROSYRUPGallon Wlo/wl'ewllni//Olllll'ecl.

J Mann Hazen of Urooker were visitors ville.\ N wait for delivery Our Fall and Winter suits, Can fi'Jc Raisins, Currantti, JewelPer ,

4 ,, In Starke Monday Mesdames J. B. Sapp. W B. topcoats and overcoats are of the best qiiality 1-2 gallon can 'Me Pigs, Datett. Citron, Orange Lb 16c

and :Miss. Inez Aberlathy -
Jr.
Fire and Irons and Uundy and Pint 12c and Lemon I'e'lButterCreamery I
screens spent last Thursday shopping guaranteed all woo]. You owe it to your-
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equipment for your fire place.Jones .
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Hardware in Jacksonville. self to he outfitted for Thanki'g'ivingCome in

.- this week. ; 4Perpound: 50c
fluffs can repair your watch : (
4 :Mr. and :Mrs. H. F. Demurestwere ,
rood ns can be done
visitors In Jacksonville Friday as//
ll-18-tf.t We have a line of $18 lo 20.00 all-wool Suits, s

:Mr: and :Mrs :Milton H.( Lang nfracksonvlllft cloning out at $J.fJ r
r.ralrl Cox of Kalford. was IIbu..lnpsa /Y
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spent the weekendwith i
i visitor to Starke Wednesday -
her parents Mr. and Mrs L -

; V. :Moore. I J. M. ALVAREZWe
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1 lreA'r"f'n..., and Irons andequipment -- I
:\ and :Mrs. H. Alvarez: and
[, for your fire place 1 daughter of Jlll'k"onvlll..1) NEXT TO POST OFFICE STARKE
J Idle
I Jones Hardware. sell as cheap as anyone--for cash-and allow ] ; I
pent the weekend with her par-

nts. :Mr. and :Mrs. L. V. Moore: an additional 5 cent discount.
per
R.: n. Perry of Hawthorn was

r Fa business visitor in ; Wond'a.I II ,. ._
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day, SlRrke10"1 I .
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eve alu 'OlSTTI'JI': : <;K\I'II. STAKKI: FI.OIUDA '
city aft 1'\1""': six iiitinroiut ( FIUIHSO'EIBI.n: ; HI, 1037
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of Winter Haven are visiting Mr. I

recd autapurcht&u ( I NEW: FARMERS FIND Haynes' 1>Ill'enlR.11':\ und Mrs. O. Ij 1 ((; Your Children '

Itr app I I Huynes.

,,rtda e eall)11, ) Farmers & Farming COUNTY AGENTS ARE Mrs. Annie Johns. of Starlie visited Are they strong, alert and vigorous; or pale, weak, across
her Hon L. A. Johns and family -
1 t'ainaetel. and inactive? If the la tter, very likely they *
( I I. tills week. are suffering/ with intestinal worms and need
"l'tjultcroutuq BIG HELP TO THEM ,
(hay Agricultural. IMitor: ) Mr. and :Mrs. J. V. Jones were I yWHITE'S

M (U barcomet biiBlness visitors to Starke last w
. i Cream VERMIFUGEThe
IgINaU; : I .- ..- .- ........ ......... :Monday.Mrs. O
of the Farmers and 1'ruckl'rsrc Ins itl'd to Contribute Articles UeM| >rl. I'liini \l.ipy' SI''II..pie + J. :McKoUky and daughter, I
+,pi)01 q( worm-expeller with a 50-year record of H:!
act ba't t of Farm Experii-nces: and Methods; ( Found Mule Imliiiile Agentrt', I HAMPTON: : Miss: :Missouri. of Lake City were" f
r r A few doses
success.
the !Ml.. Ad* !Mnmi, "'or. arc sufficient. n
{ I I the guests' of Mrs McKIoHkey'Hcousin
'iillr l On.
9, To lie Ili-st Suited to Our CountryTHANKSGIVING llelnjj *
elate I .......#*..*..*..**...*. Mrs. A. A. McDonald/ lust Sold B
'lurid Corpcninar's Store
Nov. :\ Saturday. Ural
1)t lhu4 <;lulu"" Illi- Kin. -
:air 1 .
I und 1111'1.' : IKTH. ofI'liint
hway ain fll'llll'1'H Hill lutes" lieu. lured On December the had the1'.
UKulbca ('II y. were the Kiiests of
lnrliln' Dame l Korlune M. U. of the First Methodist It Iti
by are ,
:Mrx. Dees' sINter, Mrs: J. V JoneH.
U. Ur IIIK! I luiI their best friends! are church of Hampton will give a ---
tIn I The revival Hervlces.. have been
then inl0 Irounly agricultural agents., bazaar and 1 serve an oyster supper, I .
: conducted by Kev. und, Mm.! I
TwtIt I i lleeutise farming conditions HoyF at the city hull beKinnlni at :i:3U! : ; i
), COIway ,. Brown of lti lIIlond huh. who Fertilizers For Florida Fruits
( I and Farm
4, .IIIH| state pipe no wIdely (' I p, m. Supper will begin about I'I't Crops
ire lrnul/ IhOHO of iiitiHt. any other were nsHodated, I In tho work by (I C:30 t; : and continue Indefinitely.Uverbody I SIMON PURE AND GEM BRANDS
(3P asW Elder; J. Inner 1 cloned'
piiHtur I' 1
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cosuc. !liniiny new-comers. find! tlmt ; Is Invited to purthlpate, I "TIME TRIED AND CROP TESTED" !
last with tWl'nly-1|

ldel'0.1 1 Id.Re'I'i hi p, on 1 n IhoIII..I'kulI I the day's of I tin continent early settler wheiIiardxhlpH n: ; FaIl Is Time To arc wlml" somewhat to do or when i)t 11"to .do>1 to It. 'i OIKJ were Sunday iiddltloiiH for( liaptlnm.Minn evciiliiK, thirteen. of whom, I Ii church as the benefits.proceeds will be used for I'' LONG Forty Years: ))HY Satisfactory SPELL Service ABOUT to Florida Growers OVEK i I

a. r000nly and prluillon were. tin enmity agents have recently --.- Order! M\V-Suvo money l hy p-lllng: our latest. IMtK'K MST I
, rule and not the 1 except Ion. thcxi,: : Check Cane Borer 'ported'' mils/ from those new I 1' : iertrtiduVynn celebrated I I'I..r RI.:1\i: Fair PrliTM, Quality rcrtllUer: '*, Prompt> Shipment I
leaf bwneS and hove thirteenth birthday with a
.I niern. bun liberal In
!!ll1rc))' tlllcrx tit'{ I the Moll nod! clearIra E. O. PA1NTEK FERTILIZER COMPANY
ing their help. lawn party on the evening of November
way of ( he wlldeincHx were no': I J Jacksonville Florida
he dust gO, unmindful I of the blexxliiKx( whlcl 1 Says Specialist The majority, of the new set I the eleventh. A very :Mr.\ II. II. Lewis and family -- .
thrsu.uwu the fat | are reported. to lit-) prepared to \plensent evening was enjoyed by were the guests, ut the home of -
they ri'i' elved. Anil I HO In
.uryuy of the year when" the corn amother I'I .. .. ,, !I1)w( the llni'H \\hlt-h they n bout of frlendi.Mrn. Jack Fuller Sunday.
I vary liltlo experience i or ciish : JoHephlne Tnylor of SturkP !\II'. HUK'I' ll.iltlwniiKi'r und :\h'.
pet rupx i ) were harvested, I the;Y MHttt t Has 11"111'1.|IMI l>..iu.ife. III'I i,
englsal' together and gavi e' back them up, and, It IB Ills ut I ended' the revlvnl services. here I Walter Cook were bualnneHS. visitors -
gathered I loliil.l Itllt, I '1111 II,' "Mopped, WHEN BETTER AUTOMOBILES ARB BUILT THEM
BUICK WILL BUILD
which. will have I lie most ,Ii Ills I week.
xa all thanks 'I I I to I the homo of II. M. .tlcltiie

dopa.n nd /., Thlx ciixloni wax maliitalnei t I I ----- ties to overcome. Mr. Jack Wynn and family mad Saturday.

s from yell to year and 1 grew" to In'1 : (lalnoHVllle I Kl.i., Nov -- "'hlll! 'I'he I in II UK H'E'1II14 to he 1 Diesley. FORK and family of Cirn- i Mrs. A. it. Crosby" and daughter,, ,

isel.yeta I the bexliinlliK of our TliankwKlv. farmers of I this. xtate aru harvest- p to no one county or locality." barn, enjoyed revival services. ut lieu huh were visiting relatives utStarke
otabetud Ing ] IllY. I I Ing I their i-ii inweed IH a good I time i purls' .. from. a a fur north an the ('Ii rktlnn church thin. week. Sunday.:

/ (' It would Hccm I that cerliiinlj Y to take slepH. Uf heck the I aiiu bor1 liounty iiinl IIH far .south as B1 vs. K.: K.: ti orrlsnlid. daughter 111'Y.. (f i. 11,1111'as a business.

t y we. who. are ,enjoying the blcxmiiKi"I I 1 I er, nays 1. It. \VulHon, entomologist lli'iich county' have recently Mass| lOineKtlne;, of Palmetto pare In this. section lust week. y"r

of the( .nldi'll .days, n hllllClJI.r..l'' I I I of the Florida Kxperlnient: Slu- tlnned 1 III'.tllt'r". Agents; thetU'Kt/ of MI'101'1'111'' : father :Mr. Mark: Tyer nnd :Miss. Lillie
r ea11 ami OM>'. should take at leu-o 0111d.iv "', llon 'I'bis uilurplllnr whlili 'bores tint West const )hove also ", II. V. Saxon. !MoKiie attended meeting
prayer \
raft wb
nontitUCM a : .III'i In xlvc lluinks for''' .into Iho two Hlulkt, In one of I the Them Indian Ulver Bounty ho Mrs. II. I 11. MIY'UH a biiHlnesslsilor ut HlHliiK Wednexduy night sport-

Iheiie iniiny Kood; thliiKx which anours. '''i i I worst pests of sugar' ciinu and liasalready number of new-comers enpe< \' to Slarke liiHt Mond.iy.Mr. lug Mr. Tier's (Cray goose road
area, In Florida our" ImrventH annot loin mil In I Interested h In I rink, cropH.'
era! i ( in iliimagu and :Mrs !UiisHfll. Dyul are ster. I
confined, to the fall of the yen('' Florlil.i. agent In Manatee: "reports
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4l'Rm
the puppy( parents of a new duunliler. / -
:Mr. II. :M. Mcllue und family
I settlers brought In by various I
d, t txtt affil, we leap the lexult.s' of our Remains of old sugar inllln in ( who arrived, November Iho also Bar Lee 1IlltJWllllloIl-I' und hQ
y ; I
velopment agencies. ''a
l labor, and (.iod'H KI'udoll"III'Htll s' e1)I
finally of thin southern' counties\ of nlnlIK' r
I Sunday ut the home
These farmers" are being family spent >KdraAn
ho I entire r. Wi I
Kh"l1 I 'PP l
""u )
should I really be thankful UKwhole | (Hie Htate lustily to the fact that iidvko' concerning their 1> Bare A.V.. Easton; und Hon, AI- of T. N' Norman. Stylethat l
< I it ho, growing of hut union I
I through
and.. tradition)year have; cHlabliHlicd, 1 11il.iy here now It IH IninoHHllile). I Idraluugo, ; Irrigation. land '(' KiiPKlu"' of :Mrs. KIIHIOM'H: mother.MTH. at llrooker one night lust

,RIi of especial thankxKlvliiK and;" due largely to I the cane borer.I It tion I and l forth, Izullnn are being, : H. F. Chesser, have returnedto week and while on their return women ;,

r. Hcenix reawinalile to expert, I that plained I by the agents In JiickHonvlllo.Dr. trip( Mr. Vrosby was letting his
un that day wu Bhould rejoice.We ,
Igl 'ru the condltionx will eventually desire
Maine old Ford wind Its' I through I the < / DurabIlItyBUICK
I It.r' have been blexned till )'('II r liutklng' ,regions special Lewis ofCrsl Palm Ilenclprendied way
1 with bountiful cropx and, abundant prevail In the newer pluutatloimniih'HB tions> are being given In \ ) / ( at the llaptlst lhllrdllast thick brush near Sampson lake, i

ra a .pioxpeilty.. I'llvatlon t and, meiiHiireM ate taken. to stop and, dusting for InsciU and I Sunday.Mrn., when suddenly It happened i \, l on to apossum that men
thu this lnxe t.
) abroad la xec- HI'I'I'IIluf < scuses. : 1'. 10. Johns and laughter trail and finally succeededin
$ want are no < many
1 yYt dNt tlonx.Somelimex. The moth IH not it strung flier MUa Beatrice, of Starke: are the i treeing the I possum by the side demand ;

an over-abiindanci I and, HpreadH' ant slowly from cue Alachua Girl KiieHtt' of frlendu. and, relatives of the road \,tr. Crosby brought
le p field', to anuther.. The luxect Inordlnarly here, thia week. the possum. home with him for
oroq 1 1In of proxperily.. IH apt. to turn nui for Fleet graceful lines...
ticitdx and, we are prone t to 1'111'1,1thKt xprend by meann of In- ( Mr. J. )', Johimon. :Mrs\ A. C. some purpose. I suppose for din- t

we owe alH'Klanre to a lilKbeilielug fexted, cane. Kurmera Having' cunexeed State Club Dennlson and Mrs. C. L, May were ner. lustrous Duco colors

Ilian ourxelvex. Sometimes I cannot bu too particular to VhoppliiK. In Starke thlH. week. Mr. II. M. Mcline and son. Arthur 1928 luxurious closedcar
.
mako that their Hued 1 In. not attended church at .
byr wu nei-il, tronblex to remind us olthn t guru State KvanKellst !toy I I.. Drown I Sampson
r many Kood,I IhliiKi tlmt arnum. e Tented.I If there U any doubt (Hal II('..v III e. Fla., Nov.- \ hand I wife left laxt Monday for Jack- ; Sunday mtenors-

r .' I.i't Hiich not be I ho CIIHU Ihiryear. I It l.s next to HI J ilk the need for an JOIIOH, of Alarhiiii I'ounty h.1 xnnnoanced > Honvllle, where they will continue Mr. Edgar Faulkner and l sister

q Let nx remember, tlinnkx-' hour" In a mixture of llordeuux an winner of the I to work for the master and :Miss\ Roberta Conner attended -unmatched performance unrivalled
and thankx-llvliiK. and' tobai'co, iiulng, one part, of nicotian dull health contest and will Dr. \\'. ..' Mlddleton. of Staike. H.( Y. I' U., ut Rising Sunday
ems giving: .Hiilphate to li 00 parts of 3-3- "eel vo a free trip to the I wax attendliiK to profesHlonal hustneHH night. comfort. sturdy construction that assure*

upp4 MI.LOIItOR'I; ::IN' 0111.\\: IZI.: f 0 llordeuux.In ILl Livestock Show and Chit (' / here last Sunilay.Hev. :Mr. Tote Crosby and family visited long Jjfe-'ou'Ufind' them all in Bukk!

l'i l'inl'i itii.u\ : ror\TV reulonx; where title borer IHIpievalent reHH which.. will bo held In 1 .F. M. Taylor preached) ntI.oiklooHa nt the home of T. N. Norman

seed cune xhould be !K
t nalll..vlll.I"III.'III\: : '. A group (pi.tilled' In tae fall( Inxteiid, of behiK, I The award made by the Son I 'v'nlng. : Harris 11 III Inrll'lI funeral

1)f dIW, of Rrowpra, of I the I'aiadlHu, melon !; bedded. for' the winter to bo replanted lern Cotlon Oil Company\ mad l I Mass: .> Ada :Nlmnio: was one of will be preached on the first Sunday men and women alike, because it com-

In Indian Itlver loiinty flu VU fOI'lIl- !, 1 In I thu spring.: It nluiuldbe iniiile, to the ulrllul> llnRiieHts who enjoyed, a bountiful In December at Rattlesnake bines the style that women desire with the
0tN cd an orKiinl/iitlon known UK> Iho linted| rather deep, .xo thai It ehott lug the Kreatext birthday, dinner with :Miss\ church by Hev. Proctor.
Oriental Melon (UrowiTH' A""udll- I won M have from four to BX! Inches' In her work nnd In her heallli I Hl.iiiehe Favor of Lake deiievnliiHl ; !It was announced some time ago durability that men demand.

u lion. nccorilhiK. 1 1 to 1 repnits from" I', of Mull on lop', and the .Holl should I IIIK (he Y11IN car. 111141'1lnl'Y' : A. ::; Siind.iy.Mr. that Rev 1 D. 1,. Phillips. wouldlireurh 1

K. Kvanx, county iiKcut.Thu I I be. made as firm IIH 1111NNI hl0. Thin. nutrition "|ieelaIlHt' for : l and 1 :Mrs. Hun 1 Ilaynea and ut hid I pig next Sunday SEDANS 11195 to 11995 e r COUPES tl 195 to 11850

r(i ....!!IIIII1.allnll Ix heliiK, perfected will hinder" the emergence of I the Stale f'ollene for Women ,dulghtprllcc Martha Blanche, jut for some cause he can't be SPORT MODELS I195 to 1525

,,1)atld ( fur the. maiketliiK" ; nf thin I 11II1I1h.I iitleniptlns. to leave the thn I award, clung with others there. There will bu no preaching. All
I new melon which, WIIH. Intrtxluced dine, and most of them will (ll'I'IHhwit like! nature given by other The ladles. of theV.. :M.\ U. The GM.A.GfnancigplantheamortdenrablcisavalaUs. I'

( Jnt() this. country from the orient, lie ing able. to reach the ,IIIIIIII<'H. lered, club members In this eon- licetIIIK met Saturday ut the home
1)t1)t by, ,1. J. r'rlcrxou.'' a trucker nf ,,",'1"0. ;Much credit for the AI test before nlthoiiKh no members' ot :Mrs. Emery Lewis.

that MCI'linn. II IH K.ild thai the aI --- enmity (lrl'H. BbuwliiK IH being from. \llIl'IlIIa have tnken first MIsH Daisy Hhoileti was visiting

l'ss+ meliin IH very Rood and has conimeri I I Ill (1111111 I lie men look to en :\lrn. irneo 10'. Warren, phice :Miss StennleH will chiiperniie it the homo of T. N. Norman last REGISTER MOTOR CO. '

0)n) 'lal iioHilbllltleH I .-- I alike. It Ix. sold| I that wives 11I111'1'1 ,di'inonHlratloti" nnent.; She: Inn- t the, I three Rlrln. to Chlo-nKo. Mond.iy.:\ ,

/ illlllt-nit la ,recognising their'" ---- STARKE, FLORIDA
Cm )pet 'Kriixs and leHpede.a. Ixlielim ve ) ;
t
l'1 /: Heeded,( III \\'......lIalld .piiHturen : haw u hiiHbandx. They uxualbHolve i Paris New Goal of North Pole Flyero .VHEN:: nnTTiou: AL"l'O IOIu11.La AIn "("L'r IIIICKvii.t Dt'II.1) THEM:
Wakulla iiiiint.N" wooly AuentTremlucll ,
,. It by HiiylUK "Kixx me. toy ,i
also rcportH brhiKliiK bred, IIOKH Into the : ,derv" and If he doxn't Its h"I'I
/: countydu1'Iag
al'i ltrldi'r.AIR liiihuiid. Stinirt::; News. I I II
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FIXED NITRATE FERTILIZERS : .f' Some drivers
i ( .. aa claim they

al'i ARE NOW SHIPPED TO FAR LANDSMade "(\. ,-.,..; never take chancesyetthey


At Niagara Falls And Warners, N. J., For Shipment: To "t _

al't Japan And Java I often purchase motor ,
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Nitrogen\ from the air-thousands fertilizers la able to sell abroad '1 -.,. .. oil without knowing its name i

of tons of It-are being manufactured without any help from protective ,
and turned Into fertilisers, tariffs' bocaune nf the low original (. b
i right here. In the United State coat of the product and because of
I With nil the controversy about the largo savings In freight and \
making clieap fertiliser at Muscle handling, due to the concentrated,

Shoals, one might conclude that nature of the product. a ._ \ { r3'1)l; j ,
this la a highly questionable Even more Important to the I-? .
ture. It Bhould bo reassuring, American fertlll/er consumer Ix the ...,
t therefore to know that this project fuel that this Is the name companythft I ..>
r U thiiroiiRhly practicable"' and, that American Cynnamld l Company ..... -
..e not only have a plant at Niagara which last winter came forward! ... ( 11/ J---II It 1'
Full turning out great quantities with the offer' to lake the rynnamld / :
of air nltrntva fixed I by the cyanninldprocess plant at :Muncle Shnnlx -the same 1,31"If
but that this nitrate material plant incidentally, which this company ;.4ti.
Is combined, with phosphoric erected for the' Government
acid at Warriors, New Jersey, to I during the war-and operate It, to ; I

1 1I 1I Com. n. E. Byrd (loft I ) and two tit' ('""1'e v',v 11''- ?,' -1 anti Bert j i you stop to think how much depends ,

I (_ J /: _.... '._'"'J Acosta form the third expedition 11'rl"R tinAil.int( i I' t'i'i' i ar. Pa- '10 I Mr. It> :' 1 won world. on correct lubrication-mileage,
I'7- it fame last slimmer when ho flew: over tic nor'h rill'- nTli.> pi i A .. .. ;-.. le-motorel i : I
Fokker., shown! i1inv<. w > elP" ,,, ''I i lor l 1h t I'' mi, ''.' ( _ _
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1 even personal safety-you will always \,

Miami-Havana Plane Service May Be Extended i insist upon "Standard" Motor Oil. I 3 I.
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All of the best qualities are united in

To Provide Aerial Tours for All West Indies i this motor oil \,

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STANDARDO'LCOMPANY' v

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I "'STANDARD9MOTOR

Loading. U'Air_ _Nitrate. Fertilizers In New. York Harbor. I ,

stake an extraordinarily high grade gather with n phosphate plant they i ys
fertilizer. This product la ammonium would themselves build, and! thus ; ,
phosphate, containing 13 I give the American farmer the OIL
per cent ammonia and 48 per cent fit of the name low costs and b..ne'l ..
phosphoric acid-about four times savings that they now give foreign l W& & *i&i'v Ji*'* I
the strength of ordinary fertilizer farmers. I Y f > tsTbe jfj I
I
Strung': ns It may seem, nearly Furthermore they would, agree to '( 7
all of tliIK hUb grade fertilizer la limit their proflts to 8 per cent on I I CROWN GA "'
..Ing. shipped out of the country the cost. All this was embodied In I STANDARD SOIINeveryvrbere o
Japan hue been getting most of It, the Madden bill urged by Congressman big plane "key Mmt" ublili Inaugurated regular iiiull-issrniiT| nrrtlie to iii gano. I Crow. PIIIIIPI
although Cuba Porto Rico and Java Martin :Madden of Illinois lastwinter
lave also received considerable and to be re-Introduced In Travel from Miami to Havana will I Between' Key West and Havana on any of the outlying talanda of the -Crowa

luantltlea The amount exported, Congress[ next 1I0H lon. oo cut to leu than three hours when Oct. 19. Tbe scheduled flying time Caribbean. I 51010. uDilarlll

hit year was about 35,000 ton. The American Farm Bureau Fed projected air service from the Florida ol these pliinea carrying pauengeraHI At present. two planes are in operation j -b..r.
well na mall la one hour and ten on the Key West-Havana YOU set its
Present trade conditions make It oration and other leading tgrlcul- metropolis to Key West la Inaugurated minutes. L IA
from the manufacturer'sstandpulnt tural organizations have vigorously[ The Mlnml-Key West hop route-the "Key Weat" and "Haba
preferable
this winter In connecting planes will requite acne" Because of the
the of this offerby abort time
to ship this nigh grade urged acceptance
Thin Minoit-Key West planet will about the same time required for the
over water
concentrated product to dletant Congress. They are not at all croaalng. AUTOMOBiqn ROAD MAPS of Alabama
In addition to this air service to the present. schedule of 1927 ,
tonnect with the trl-motored one night
made to minimize big
monde, despite tho tact that we use misled by efforts florida
Havana, Miami also ia Georgia
planning plane per day in each direction Kentucky and rl
can be ,
fertilizer than any other the Importance of Muscle Shoals as Fakker .,lar.u of the Pan AmerIcan service Miisittippi
more to the West Indies to enable doubled
or tripled to meet b had
lotion a factor In getting: really cheap Vr D.i wl.l'h liegi.H Hr mall wr-lre, l.r wirter' visitors to travel by air to of Miami-Havana travel.tbe demands may Free at any of our irvtct statolU.1)e "illvr
It la Important to the American fertilizer, and expect to get definite I
fertilizer liner to note that thisamsrican action on this long delayed legislation
producer of cyanamid when Congress reassembles.








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I ( IlEI'S: : I,.; iorii.\it "SI-I\K.; ; :MADDf-N SPONSORS( I I'leriiionl I lii, lIlI'h Htiiro ofJileen

NEW BULLETIN HAS r ( Cltv Hiii-Kiiln Shop ot Kliatl -
I.n: IUHI.: : I.\ST 'l'lIl'Ito.U.\1: FAR.MKRS: : : 'Sl !I.f. ,
I fn r tl-< be opened liere In RellanroTlienler

THE FORUM I Prcdlit.M That the lnl.illl.| SHOALS I'LAN: i' liulldliiK.Next .

t 1'111 I Inbcrltjince Taxlll I I I Fin.il: Action Cn0: : I I.on :'r I B.

lie HeM-nliil. ORNAMENTAL VINES. l >iidgctl! I

!! Staihc KliuldH.) Nov !II. inr /:' ing (to do jour \part an iv-pll! "H Farmers pin their faith to I'on' I
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! Editor lira d l ford time
' : t'ollltre."mllil it. A. (; l'e..11 at IIOMI I: iMi'ii: >MMiM:: : loritM youbuycalomelask
j! Starko. Kloilda. i i that plan to you are beaten litfor'jou Ulll\ !Itt' llcl.fnl. lo IVrsiintlit) Illinois ns I the nina tn curry their i ,

* Pear Sir.: ,: get started.. 8tuI'k'as one of the most 1\1111'( .\1't' Inlcti'Mlril In riiinls for : h IHi: IIV UM: 'l 1:411.\: \\4IMI-A: fight for chpnp fort hhIi'rs nt Mum-lc, '

I H'lh'In ;jourHelf, believe III l.ir K pea hern udIJ'e".11I1t the pre.iicroud Slionls safely through the lower i

I am wondering: If the citizens oIlrudford Cod! and hold fast to His promise which ,'lIl11l' here yexterd.i. I Hi-mil if.li'nl Ion 1111 I ihi'M'.'11 IL'. Klii Ni iv. TwiMitx I house of ('"nllr'R". I I fori-a '
urifamiliar will
rnunM
'!'und do your part faithfully cud roprtist'iitatlvo I' I of bume di'. lIlt'list I'll- With 22 yenrs of i'ont ItiIoilii* serv ,
the following. statistical! fuels I hilt In celebrate the HPOOIU. aniiher lalnosvlllo.I I Fl a XOIII I keepIng ice behind I him i 1 tho lii u I
net the reward! I that siuli belle I I tion tI ii his. I In OHceijla county I recently i IIIIBI > o.irssirvlng
should l b,' 01'l spociul" I liitercHt to i Nary of Florida's bit by county a" with the various movoiuonts'for I as cliulrmttn I of I Ihc i pi.v. 'n ,
of tincountr.i
und such\ C'fToit la bound to brhijyou. tnado a tour
farmers nud, the people who are ,; wan evidenced by the round of upplauxo "" beautlflciitIon t I I I throimlioiit the fill I npproprliitlnns commit I Hi i I'
of i
for I tho inaUInu) : ohMo'r-1
raising poultry nnd ( !: ] h)' which his l't'lIl1lrkll1'.''' purpose white bli trod. vlRenniii\ 111111 mil I
'I/o'lS. 1! II H.Y. 'i I state I a biilUMIn 1 I on) OrnamtntalVliii'H I I \alloiiM I i of I homo I lniirovcinonl' (a1otasTRAO
Florida consume' $:32,2711.9! I Pihitti 119(0(1. I. spoken coMgrrsHniaii friiiu ClilcMK/ '
i I IIIIH. Just l>..Mi IsBtiod! ) I iii' led :MNsAIbln.i I
work., Th,' parlyvis' | by
worth t nC pork bacon and ]l.u-d] ;: 'ollllre"11Iall Green In his uaualileiiHliiK Aurlfiiltural I I "K\in'rltnout Station t usually I Cit mit's I to siicci-sHful I emu
(The Telegraph will gladly! )pub Smltb.( homo domoiislra- "It'llulI \\liatcvcr lie 11"I'fel\I to
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of thliIn un i
1. about $7.90:1.755: worth I !: manor I toll u number ur I nt iliiliK'Hvllle. Tho new htillotlnHv I
I Hsh letters or articles from 0111readers. tlun iiKenl. dortnke., After. 'long nnd r.iufiil) I
thaiwe ills which j"I IiinderHtood MARI( CO,
jirodmod( In the male. MO "darkey" Mlorlen. It I by I Harold I :.to W m'y. iisHlstantliorllrulltirlst
> If I they have mi (Helen Spocl.il attention wax paid lohomos study of Ih,' main- phases" nf I ih,
huve to Import from othtiBtutcK an jiriutlce In Wash- I I At i tho Million t and .
newli'lIhlll I t to warrant thilea- which had I well I kept lawns :Mlisclo Slioats (|1'h'"I"I1.' h- I i ,"
north of th<*H< Phi nton! U him nnuli at.
4.37i.bfll: winning
$ : '
tion.I All letters should be Binned ,,1M flU nihit'r IS !S. Iind ciirofully! I I selected\ foundation diii-cd last .Jailuai file M-III, |., n Kill\
prod( tFl'ind.i.. tentloii.I'asHlnt. The author has phon short and 1 which would tin-( .
In 1'clntlon, to I the nivi hit' i ti'"i.HIH i.
a.1 tin in KI! mime) of writer will be plantings.
$23.07.1.:1:12wOl'lh ) : : I from, the I ot
] ) iinsiiiiieB ; I'lpUHnillrlen : \ OUt'iSo dt'scrl|p1 llons of I the \principal -
wll held! if desired Long lirtk'leiare houses The yard plans were also The thoroughly purified
i.I i lii'i-f.( In in h. mutton( and. Ills "remarkx to the trend .of nat orniuniMitiil I vines I adapted to
desired and. will 1 t the xulijcit of in in-h discussion
veal i>nb 5T. l'i,865' : worth of not especially It>llill 1 affairs I I the C'oiiicreHHinan )pro tills state. UUt In nil. In addition W and refined calomel combined -

which !18 produced l In our mate si:. not lie published unless of specialIntertHt dieted. I the renpenl of I the iii lull itoiiii. a general 1 dlfuiisslon of |iro'imKatlon. :Mis Virginia I'. :Moore.. II"HM-| 4 with a *istaot and -
renders. 1.lk.1"1'' I state uKutit i aocompanleil I the
to iinl 4
that we have to. Import Irum otherStatt' feifeial Inheritance 1 tax. Ktatlni:: I I I tt'I hialmg, fiMtlllzliiK.ind I I corrective agents.Ntuseatens .
Uliers I of personal I i"r harmful I 111i ;\- l'iirtv nnd 1 (InrliiK stop for lunch" !!
"I ltiIM I I .(iilT t worth of t these 1 Hint) Movernl I "Ia I t.s had! jot 110th : iirunliiK i In iin-'i-ntod I In I lie -, Safe -Suraii
I tun'* will I not be i ii 'II..llt'd.I ) ) KIIVO 11 talk mi home Improvement ,
i Klorlda I In her fluht for I the repealof 1
meal Oral, half doxiMi IHIUCH.\ Tint cllniatlc }
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a -- both i Interior and eMertoroiint I \
Florida (musiimes $ :i4.r>,tllSl! I IhlH descrliiilnntory, I ha \\'. I lit' ; .
iii'itisixT\: : : I (111:1 "lullS of tin- vines" have
I l'OIt : \ : : |lit also. went with ,
worth <"f (l.ilrv products, I mid It. ubh I iilno stated I thai \\l1'o"I>I''ls( for I llu. ,,1 been Klven. coiiHlder.il, I loll l by I thoauthor. AKOII! .1.) H. Iliinii VMrt uuii.r: ;
the cul
i
> to sui>pl> bin $9!'i.7ll.5iio! worthof ti 11'111110'1'11110'lIII'I\ I In I Ibe iltutlonof a I Die ladles and! explained T '-
I I TeleKraph I He lins cliiHHlfleil 1111 Ibe
i Kdllor i t llrndforil" founty tiers I I #
fort ;
hods ud netOHsary
thi" .- t 11I'"lu", 't'4. makluc I : It I necpHsars ) : next >'oar were lookln I Kood. v I ill's under\ I Iliree /inuips' I to cor- I 11I1'ul I met ii shruhbot wr.1 //; Iti-purt of tin-, riiintllliiii. of th,tlanU .

) I Hi.ii, we Import $21,812-: Sir :III'i (irecn;" told I I .of. nneiiual I vi'ond I I to Houthcrn central I and for Ki'nsses and > l of NtiiiU.nl Sliirko. In th ,1
Dear : --- .In'.f' |1"1"1,111 at I Ihp h i tao of liiliil-
187 worth to satlnfy the demand.Kli After helnx a"k'Chy\ I many of freight ruloH between ('tthhfortiitiii I northern Klorlila.In I "l'ii-ruling Is it many-Hided. 0"- p'N} : I-HH ilftolier "'Ih. I I1IJ7.II .

] rUln. 1.mistimes $49! .7G.557 i lending I citizen I of Ilrn d ford county I nil the Northern markets andKlorl.l.i I I listing lie \'1110'$ suitable. I I 1 for. : i'iipuiIon I I In \thi I t'h may be oxen i ,'Is r'a.,,.ri'"'"

pouiuN nl. |>i">iillr\', valued at $12-1 : : If i I: would, be a candidate( In the and I lie w.ime in.irketM U mitt 1 ]"'101'101.1111111111111 I I : the species i have ed family I of body, mind I I ....tll" nnd illHi-iiiintH, 1130,7,15.24
8Si.ll7: I .mil :fJI.IItI.olltI: : :(!> ( dozen Dialed! that. ho had ami( would I continue II every 'I> ili-nttH" .. I 51 r,"
next campaign and after he.irliiKthem I I i been nrraiiKiMl" :" under their! hiltIi and spirit, ." IM-I t'larencti I'mKllVrs L I '1111.',. Sluli.x MonilH 12,1 00.011

E'ItItH'ulll.,1. nt $ l.O'JO.SHO I a express their foolhiKX, III regard I iloliiK evor.MhlliK In hIs hhii\\ Ii tt'ith natui's. with I Ibe common .--- I II II ''''Hilly.. ami :MiinlclpMlii _ _

total I i'oiisumiitlon I) ) of 1.0IIIII'y11'0 I to I lie\ matter of who Kliouldreprewnt er to bine them mljimlcd) I on 1111ellulIl names folloutiiK lo avoid iiiiifii- : K. i K.: Hope liiHlalls, '\Id > I li.inlunir.11'1.i I llotinc, (,'''''nllilro_ P3lillo.nn

ducts, \ .,llIl'd ut -6,973.827.:: : FlorIda I them I In the next IOKMIture | I basis. j txlnn as many plains. liii Vt' seM'rul I 111: 1,1(1' IIK'uliatltiK I ) 1 III llIlIlllI) I I New 1'nri i .mil. I'.l' itt II 1'O 7.Bon.iiiiI
"i"I. I I' li'til I'Ntiitn! ,,\\,11.,1 10,17077
1 1.21 I.US7! pound* herefrom
piiiduml i und I hat I tills. 'I|U Chit ion HbouUt The t'oiiKi'c-HHmnn ('II 1110 Chill)II)itt) names' v ha till are not II III- I I "itlii','-ll:|Ions roRlon. I, i -I I .iinix,,, /nml ..ih.'r" ""o' """I",.S

of pcmltrv' worth $1,477,581 and not! ]bo, Bi'ttloil I now I out should ho htrt. homo i In St.irke, where he \orsally it lii)\' II or. nwil Thoname Kl\n 1.1I1"'II..ll'r.v111" oi i I 'I, .i\ I -,.I.III I ft.I iili-N G3l 1fti
'
worth) $11.-! .i' )ii i, .M llu nil anil iltiv rriuii
.
(IllchrlHtrouniv ;
dozen in at
21.:117.7! ( CBKS HtiiyliiK!: present
> setlleil at the( next DcmofrutlcPrimary. I ) ) I of eacb spoi' 'les. Is fdllowed Tampa I'l.'t KIt Itaflhll' on' :.Moon! l.ilutoad i I..inUn 1 3.975 1":
127Hi! : a tnt.il.,, pioductlon 1 of poul I Ne wti, Trentini. Kl.i.
: : hi.' I lhi' name of the family lo which I In I r.nco. county.Denham I ; ;
111iii3.7lIilIIIl'a :
!1',1 I t f
In $13.Gor :!.-
iiniountiiiK
try11',11111'1 "'oiiiiniii' mi me ornlines I I.. I K Syd.in: stint hIMiholhItlY

.4'1 I --i" Hint we had to Import have" HI i many KolUllatlons I I to be- ,by, which i It Is kll"" II. Hymbols fll"1II .ill Slate Itoad No .' f '.
nl hers states $1 :t.ttis.t: ; :! 1:1: |' and I I llclter I I lli I o nien" "xl'o..l- ."n, i''f.i 1,1 1 i4tiIt iniiii III $ I in.ooo noi
from ome II i andld.ite I und U Kreatrrhiiiior I llon at I lii\l IslamlH I hiM week I IndlcatlnK I ltd ib'Kree\ of hardlness I 111 I Denh.iin I I'lico, oiiiily.Jiu '" i I ,'i-, l.'nnil I 15,000.011)

worth? Dl |. niltrprodmtH to supply ,I I i I to repiTHont'' t the people'] of and I 1111' pbice of Its nativity 'kHonvllle I Kmployment I: will I i 01'', ,,1"01 I'rofltM" (lenii I <'x.Ulll -
oxcellenl ,
and 1 dlNphiyx aretn .
i In' Hi-oil* ol tile IittpIhOf our many I I luxes/ (1'/1101./ I I SI 1.119| | I "ll'l p.
I tills tonnty.Thirefoi'i'. I the various. h..nlh.'I..ItIll'H i I be ulveii appro\linalely I ITiDD) I l p. i 1"1" ,ii' -I2t63.7yi (
own state. I I ]luive decided I I to let full Tho hllll<'l1l1 Is priifiiKoly hIllsI with establishment of 2 I.in,I' I
I I lag! ions
Brand! total of to the city are ,"gel : an eye I i', I il t4-.nN3.7M
Tlil-i ni.ikiM a the I people settle I\ I this. tlcslloli| utpolls. I li'iicd.\ Tho I lllustnillotiH I I I show .
luivo of the many ariiclcn mantifactared) I ipliiiiinn: mills and I larco weiivinitmill \ -l.i, ..r 1'I..ltlll., iniiy "r Liruili .-
$7i! n .: > .1'! I that Hhoulil old I throw ,\ i "i .r" "
So boy. your fuinlshIIIKK I priictlcally ovtrylno dcRiilhcd by Troy (Cotton & WoolenM.iiinfacliiiInK \ "
better I
ri'i.iniiMl" within t I t this state had! i In Tampa' and l I the ,i.: i 12 .1. l >n\l in. ',,"hl"I' ".f ttm
been wlileawukc lull III I lie rliiK: and wo will h'>III'IhH i : of homutt, nnd "1t1 Ill pit 1 It 1'1''I"llIg nrientlmes i wlih tho flow-or. I lylite : / Co.. In ll.iker conny .v.. n.iimil Iliinlc, ito. H"h'IIUllY

we been mi I tinJob.. us a what people. xuy. i'or ut the I 11110 publicity from of Ih,' 1'1t1I11"'M.'y, 111 I tin I ..111I I on Lake City I'".,.,1. I 1 IC) ii i:" n i '" <" I that' I the. iii ii ,< Htiitfin,'ntn In
ami<1 progressive pi-oplo' Home i Mil i I., I till ItiiHt of MM' 1"\lhllIIoIo' l ||
proper time I will announce ItlYself I rh'IIII"h"I,1 I In* found, In iiieiaIlfyhlIg .lu lor ham .. .
tho dHplayH.Penmiola. St. Aiigusllnu n -- 11,1 I I i lli>r, anil thai II 'IH In i '|IDIIHIi .
Bliould 101. camlldJte for representative, any in...11111111'111111111"' of tho h'I' of coiiimi-ne sttiilyliiK: osi.ib i ,. ,.ill' ,-lul ""I h'I' 'In report, I.)' th' .
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only 1 the i.Iiit ..r t iii. Him.r '!...IMJI.U. .
Tiniflcurit) iiiver "1"Ii' iii I
In I the next legislature." I pl.inuliiK I I ( fur a hIlt Htllil'1 (tbo end, of I hit' bulletin Ishment of airport In (this clu .1. I ll.\ \' lS. l-iixlil.-.
,
loss I to h tinsuite I filI'I t tho 1 past year Fraternally yourn.JAMKS caiinliiK factory and nxHtinincen" of 1-4 Klvt-n II Hlniplo Key. vblcli will Clermont Seaboard) Air I I.lluItallroad Grove'sTasteess i '111! 11 HOT-A Tf HUT: ,

a ]IOHH t thai iDiild have 1"'l'lJII'o- ,, ::: T. M\HNis: : (tho aim eeemts of I the I Incorporation I niatcrlully In tile l.lcnliricallon. I I I Inis Hoilce, to be extend 1'.101.: :\TTIIK\VH.I ':

vcnti d with proper' effort 113 Florida Paid, Political Adv ii it I once Is """lIrl"E"N'y\ : part of lit v I ililS. Anyoiio deslrln\ a copy of ..d to :Mounl riymoiilh and ('lii i. Jill A. h M IN I'Vltllt.\\ WIIITI-I :,

I run produce I iiilllcient! supply S Klcii'lcl.i Hhould Iiavti canning factories : this bulletin I may HOI'ure" It l by wrllIHliK nonl within few months.idlcKo ... i --i I : M.t ) I IHi i I torsu .

of every ono of tlieso products to Kinder lieacll 'Coiituict" let for fruit I .- i.", ril.ci 'mill, NtMirii, in Ix'forein.
i for pnllliiK I I I up I prlmo I t to I Ibe AKi'lcnlllll'lll I I ]iperlnuiit : ..
,,
I HUM I Illlll lii<,' l r N\.inlH-l." I PIJ7.U.M .
and l
Biipplv ovei>' mini woman) grading and liarclHiirfai short mil aNo I lakliiK care of thin cropthat : Station at ( I luliiesvillo. | edlKllllon iiuril $ !r. foreveiv, i Chill Tonic __.__ _)! 1.-&IJ"tllo_ !i :

child\ within llulull,, wllh all that I I cut on hlKhway I I between FlaitlerUeacli I in left I In I the fields after shipping I A survey m.ido In Ohio showstlnil (1( earned by fnrint-i-H I It I h a mmllonscbool fri

th want t tn outAVnke and JJllnnell.PILE. nral'' ediieallon I only.WALTER lI.lh II
Henson IH over. I fiirini'rs with( nn aKrlcull: I
A Hoilv Ttuililer
Itinilford. county you i I __ __ for I'tdiIleli,
up -- iiotiiu '. ..
cntn I I'liililren. It Hesti.ri'H M.i.l.\i Is "icl iii tluit uml r
hnvi' I the best land the bent natural Panama City Over I 1)0.0041Ul'o .mil, i\, \lrluu) ..r that ui.rtulu final)
REMEDY 1 llcnltb, Energy: thOu Kosy .li.i.i i enl" I iiul t I |> iu>nt In tho t'nltod $ of culover I land] I In lit y county I ,
: t'lieckrt: liy I'nritViiiK "ml I 1-:11': \ill Hi' .IlKlKiof tin 2IUU ..lii.ll.'hili
Rial'' to ink.) .in. your share of this Guarantee to be protected from II roil and( P. CHRYSLER'SCITY I : with i ng tilt Iflooil.; I Improves i .n. ,. ml of. Kliillili, ,In nail, .1 rim llniil.iniil .

$7! .ot5: / ::4.! Every7f tube with' pitlpn( mind v ry 60c I preserved for natural reforest I.1 \. ': ;; I ho Appetite.' I'luuauilt to ., ,il.i'I'oiiniy\' ol, ,OctolM't'In chaiici'iy', ',\ |I'. |In1.ii ilia.Mil mMini .5

The Lord will do Ills part In box of PAZOO.NlMENf teHnh) by allUrufftiiHtA tion. R B t1 take. Mc., .'..11111'' IIIIIN/ ,. "h""ulll" > 1'aul
with the undrrstnnriinir that : I TAL'KS' \ i. Itit.thifH., I 111"1.1.1. ..
(
| a
helping' you win I 1\ good IIvhlll"get money Will. l>n rvfundfil if It foil to cure i I I I IlIm..I'.II,1'hJpIlIIl : and rcpnvlng T RI AF f m' \ : ii .",", .mil I i I. II. 1'.1" [I.IK.., inn.hIp..iaI.I'.MIIiiiiil -

It Into jour head l that Ho Is nny cacti of IrohinK- iMind Itlc.dintf or South Krome Avenue iindei : --- ..- 1101" ,", .. A M l 1. ICuV. Mil IV, I.
Protruding 1',1... Why not try it. H'i .N liinl" I l it llMli-s, l.otllu I M KHl.n :
from the soil but don't you ever \ way here. I G. M. INMAN |! I : hii-lttIid.i:: !: 11.10ll'e;: ,. ;:: I'Olp-: -

-- --- --- --- l.- I"I ii'in..' i II I""I "p..mil.n." I i-. !K; 1-iiiKii.iin.. .
SIKU'I.D\ II \\' 'I I '; .\ll I llC I 1.1: ( : : RCities I ,,"Hollilali'il. :Ninul; Ml ,'i..M I'liini'Hiiy.
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a i in' |tii.i"gil Ii.I,, I II A. \\ii-ks" \ .I..IMIC

:; rib.l f I Iv I' "" i" snns where II' ,i'" Real Estate I IIIHIIII'SM' ItS Tlll'l. I'HHII, 'rilClM'tll" I lllttI
Ir."lio' in 1"
I i ; rin net > I i 'IHIIH.| l I'l'IIIIIMllill' :.Nimil I hi; ..i, ,..*
I '1)1 i tier H-.I1 nf I i\i-'iiu' lo.i! / is I iiI > ,I lit> I ulllpll/ II *., fl i'i>I (11,0-itt, Inn, JILIII|>I iltft
I nioic lilt (Mi.ami 'III ii--. ..f cttiaI, h.hll: ( .in-fill :ui.l. tiiltliit'i' <.h'rl.' "'1 ."-"IN.11 .siiiii.M. I'mnpiiii' } a in-i.'>iirtnTlni -
4iI ; ', .' |' ''''"liosi'il nl, i' N.: /llni pi'i ..11,1I"
l I. '
.. lI1i", n'"e uf.licet', 11.1 i t n \ 1' .
e"I'III1"1o' '- ',,
4 by I "" ".i i Iii\ "MI mi'nl i IiIliiIiiY) / a irI -
All of (into' and
I in.it, n in on tlbinis c' ilmv! i 'I i tr.illic: as Il.c mid\ "to! n I Ius .." ,.Ititt'.I. :,1 my ciurKy I I". "i ",H i"i"'". mi- Ih.r"II"I", III.- Iii.1. "-
.. I 1., ,,, ..1 I 01.'I.' .. .1 I SI: |list| MllHll'lWill felli"
I for ;1111'1'1: <'111', Snd, :II 'I 't "r """ /: from (his da 5 ., ,' > Hi luulii-si 1111.'i foicitBh., iliir-"
Tnl/l' I I i I Iinference \I- 'r"" 1 -
.r th,- ( / .
(tinconclusi" ( ity 'MIU III/" I.-Kill. hlMIIH of MlllO, 111, M.'ll-,
,
\tH' real
jaSSPE X wife II I : .I" i .i I I-- Injipplifd, (tu ( : os- .
Ann '
( '. eld in Cliirnirii I -I I 1 ili/ I llu' ;.ill i il.i\ .r I 1"'lI1to"r., A II.
'
> __. |
a6iiiii ._ : .
: M.r -'tiT ia-'j' wt*< *- i iaS the sticcific, tii",ilIiilellIzitliitia; .i I > ii. lU I ( alllitisincss I i in SlaiKo.I I I > 7. 'In I lii.nl I .1 llu' .Mih it(.,,.I! lit
I I I II ,., ,Ill. I hilln' lie. ,
III I lily( of SI" "I" ,
Ess? i sSft \ \inrcu by the Con ft mice .11' .' 1.\\ i I I .,." ..' I'.IIMI\'. Slal.' of I.'li.liili./ "
,* '* i. *i Vfe f. IIiiviig; : 'I ii..I I i. t I. .1 i iI I am in positioit: lo handlo; I tin. l.illouhiK .1.'., """'.1 liinilH, .IvII'K,

sr.r. jk j I Every: div, of. 2:?*.OOnslimilil .I ,. u.. \ I ,. ," (I.'.., .' farm prupi-rlios I hat I at'l'Jlril'I',1 I n.'I,i. ... I I'.lllilfonl.'I''lnu, III llni I 1.-\\,|II.''IS |''''"Ih'* of I'l.iyIII..I ,
I \ t
' 4 3 have Ir.ifltr; 0'11' t .;O., null! :.My trill| .... ;'i' I Ii: :liiilf of Nollhivist: (lila' i.I.'l i :!
impltcitv should be tli I, I I- ,'I''h', I i in ,Ii., iiiu| "ill.,i- ir Nortlt

., ji I of f tniffip: code'I '" .. non Ii (Ihi",. Mininu-r has .iniii.i." i ;Noilh. half of. Norlh-nit
i ,
% % tin n ii "I-. S.Hillivv. iiuu inr, nf Noi I ihi -
ifl i'; i-- fe ininiK of vli-nil I Ill-Ill'/ flo." I I : | .1'i ''iuiiti'1.' : nil ,In Hitctlnn jS.ii / : '

flf' ____. __ t c// r/.i<| M s c..: >I l'i, ,filntmcd' in t d', I III I lilt' ''''1''<' ,I "': .. (1..1' "' ..it 11' b piiced me in position I to I I. 'lllui'Ml iiiniller" of 1411"I'm..t'
: ; I 'in.in." r In He, 11.ti :.11.I ; .VOI-HI hair lot
,
;1J1t' iSfj, T S ... tytja!> "jtrji.* ..- i tI i, MtiecrShorlcr I soil( pnfpi-rlifN listed I uilh i I
SoMimiMt I
i otiiii' tur' .Ni.i HitM'nl iiiarlii -
..k'ii.il; M.II i ,,1. .v ,il n! '". I \i. I i.r: .'.orlli.-iiHl" : qiinii,I..i. |Iii:; ilt.t i.n;,

I ti iiu. .'|< ;-'h; half ..f HoulliiUMt' iiiuii.r| ,
"irC.intion
;x i li:.!l-N" nr i'.l" n In i I' : .- ., i I STAUKI':, ri.oini\I .iil.llliir'-|","III. LIst, KiiKt iplItli| half,h.'l'f, of Sl.lltllUl.SotllhiM.ntIIIMIIIIr (


-- II I -- ,-- I .M..II.HI:: : ;,{; H..IIIIU.N.Sinilliu::: ':| -, KI| '!I1II.IIIMI"iii..i:; lit: ', :Of ofMollllWIHt :

I Women Who Suffer I ': ,|hiiLii' Iii" 'III S. |111,11| 21'
: \.nlll, liiul(. Soul: hruril, : iiMntli-r. : :, KaHt II
Biggest Corporation World I "hilt ..r Ni'iiiiiu.-MI iiiuii'i' I ', III sue.
Unh I hi .,nl.o I In, "i .llx/hn. "-". "'.elnM- I i..II :-i. nil III TolvliHlHn 7 Sou III.I .
,Iii i ii I.. i. ,i 'ii .nut, ,.ih., i 1111..," iii"I ri.ni" ,I I.ii.tr.: ."_ t Kunt: iiiiii, 'lyiiiK. n.,1.. | I.ni.< A
Demonstrates Faith in RadioRadio .. ,in.i.iui. II \ \\ III rih.i' i.iiin, ,. 'it I I''Ii' I "ii ,i.if..ri I i-..illtl y. Kli.i', I.la. .bit
J(Ills just His thIng for r..II..r Vii" I liitlf ,,f :Nol; tliwiiHt nilultor 'Ins 4
-. -. I ... II.j .n :.in h, nnil' Noitli, hOlE) Mniiiii.I'1 .
nn demonstrated itt, 'jill III.I.I.-H lilt I 11 NKIKi: II ,
: a niiun 'iiinriiT. of MI--Iion :)n b nil in
place in the !Sun: wttti the unuouncc LANE'S PILLSAIOMI.MKN'IS i'"IA .iiiIilp.. 7 Sou 111, UllhKii LM: "lOilHt: ly,
r tliul linir' nml, In.IIIK ,III I I'l.iy "1111"1.1' |.'lorIda. / ''
meat the onjui'tt induitriai corporatlon -
.q_.* .
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p in the worla u going on the l K K. I'KIMIVMA.V: :

air Lender In raiiic ana automoblle 1"-----------'" HI i..e lul Mimii-r( In I 'Iii, iic"1'''.
-Botb ot which are aectin .c I.iS t : : j' I I K MI > |IT UN III II/IT
iii.it Id'. Florl.l
vitally the economic uid social lila oj: I t :Mark every /:raovith u 24. .1 I. I IUI'H for roini'liiiiiiiiiisIii _ _
the country- et pnrllculul, nnnlH I I'-irt-U-I.'
VSi' canes In the statement oy Alfred fStonn Monument.: I am a sales -----

Jr. president ot the Oenera Cti I ,lilll 1'1 .
y for Iht' :NationalMarMe I
.- '- t1- .- Motor that nl. nugc lorporatioo a. man ( ; t

the In : & (:iranite Corporation 'Ir.-!nil <'oiitt. Twi'iily-SUll: ,
putting :3D oiRgeit! enterprise t h-I ; t .In.In,, I ml I'll.'hill : llni.lrulil': l/i.tilily.

broadcasting entertainment, aver the I-. I Ir Atlanta I ( ';a. 1,1., I I" I Ii.svii-'ry.
bljgrat nook-up 31 nations used tot II, ilh.. :St.I'tssi.i.. .

I e /,-.- .- -. .. a 'eqular weekly feature Monday ( CSSaS. I.(.t me show >ou samples \ I.iiIjil.btltiitfl. I.

_ _ evenings from B 30 tc 10:30 9a>tcrnatandara :! a. I I 'h.III, I.. v :M< 'KlIHMlllll,
)-a 4 11r time Ie the oroodcnsi hour I I Ilnd/ pri'et.sII'IflJ t I '.'ftflllllllll... ._' PSI

I which jmorncef twenry-eluht itstlona i : COIIKTNKY: at I Ii i iiiii| | t tI I .. ( In 'hill III this I'lillno. Hull' lhI.
I aa followa: -i I I FiJlinj/: Station i:,,1. ;i..i of dull, : I,.V Ml l-'llHHllin I Is _
I WEAP New York; WEE Boston. t tI ,iiiikiniHii' to ciiniplnliinnt' Thul tlicreIS ,

t'I WTIC Hartford. WLn Philadelphia. I Sta rIte Fla. no 'IXIKOM' 'in llni Suit.. of. Klorlila.Iviiimn .
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: Davenport: \ I l l.i.- i HUM,., : ,I'-lorl.l\ :.. on.I
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-_ : I and Full Line of I I'l ,, ,
, t Ran aa City: KVOO OKlanoma cit' a i-'T. 'IIi" \vlsi. Ih.' Hiilil bill! b.
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LouisvIlle \WSM/\ aebllllle; WMC Supplies (hin.i ..1 I 1 I. .. I... |ul.l.-li.' | I.", .. n w..fK
h Mempbla. WSB Atlnnia. WB1 Chat- r i.i foil, i OIIHCI.HUM. \H.KM I in lirail'
f4fir 1r lotte. WJAX Jacksonville. WJAR AUTOMOIIILB I1EAHSKAlw I r". .nl, f'ountv. 'I'..I'g" rapli, pu bIt.bed
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Providence. WTAO. Worcester; WC8HPortlana > Sn hud. Tk. bat umttI VVITNCSH: inv' liund, and the ,,"all ofii
Maine ALF'tJE 1? $LOAN.'PrtSIDDJ7 ': UWMI pet.... IIPMI.I .1- I Ihl". ",'ui-i 1. his ibis ht il.ty or No1111"1' -
General Motors oa grown to ; Wnllnn It t.,.*..nk mrttrm.UKLISTKHKU > \ .,. j.. 1927.
/ 2. w. A RR\rAN ifI
I7ENERPL MOTORS'
largeiayi Mr aioan.: "thai more KMIIALMUDEWITT : I 'lork r'lrrnit I ',,"rt

Ibac 1.0OO.OOO people are directly con- dlvliUona ot the -Pamll,.- each on. .( I liy C. A. KNIUMT.10 .
the manufacture which .. II C. JONES II < 1\1.: 1"1'111.1' Cltrk.
r E.COti Pt.AA) eemed with tale will act boat at the "family
PlT FLO41P1tUJ rr I I .\ "- "III'WH:
aDd servicing 01 aur product. and it party" on eacb Monday evening rheaa STARK. FLA. : .'1..11 i iI..r (ii- I '..", .,1,1111'1',
I will do ua all good to .M reminded ol division Include Chevrolet Pontlaa. 11--111-12-1
r rr -- ,!,----- ., "" '" ... ... our relationship to eacb other regu- Old mabl!. Oakland' BulcK. LaSaUs. > I
I "MlnITI"'mmmmm'-m.n.."...,_.."_._..... "uu,,>>,u.u_. .
!laxly each week Cadillac OMC rrucn and Yellow CaD _
brick and stone trim- % .. '
,'a..lontl kitchen.I .111 I 12 'ninroii AND
AIN:: (;MSII TYPE HOME: rte Broadcasting plan call for an and Coach; also the PUhet Body f' 4111IIII'UII5;
nilnRH. Three bed l rooms and a bath are >allotment ot hours among the several ?Prlgtdali and Deleo-Llght Companies I -
OF IMSTI.NCTIOXi All timber work Is solid stick., I
finish. found on the second floor while I ;i N.iflro l I. heri-by given that an
i' with antique bard-adzed Say it with Flowers i i-iliiMi I n. !l'Kttt i't'C. ii let ri but... and
of the casement a servant's room, a bath and Kenerous j all utin r |''rris having' claim ,
are
ArcbtLl Windows .
i: i n> n. C. Hunter & Bro. iiKiiliiHt, Iho KHtHtii:
of John
C. Col-
Xew York. ) storage space are provided We 0 Flowers For All Mi.f,, if!,., ,."*,.,1.| nr. ti.,>.r.'r>y requlrril
l typeThe first-floor plan provides a on the third floor. YES{ can charge your HRS to present Ihelr said. ('iiiim to the
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\t\m; This house offers a strong apjMtpeal small entrance vestibule with toilet \- This house measure forty feet' Occasions I llonorahln Get. A. tzInil! | I ne'r. connII -

"; to those who want a different home of and coat room adjoining. Thin In width and requires a fiftyfivefoot I I STORAGE BATTERY InSmith's 0 ) I II.Y.K". "for ''If 1,1., .IIrulfllrl,,,,,'rnv..1<'"withIn" "0'' '''one'"r-!

.3. {distinction something vestibule has an entrance door to lot to give It a proper set wear. friim datH '...r..f or tIe. 00Ih' -
( from the general run. Combined the grade ting. i Gertrude CodbeyAnderson I will I be \lu-lil,' In I bar thereto.
this be placed on level with n.. I all ix-rHons. Inrl"I..d| to tmla
JtA'with a distinctive exterior adding to the exterior appearance.The Complete working plans and t:.., ate lire riMiii t,4lnii, | to nay' their
rbouse boasts a most compact and I sulil' ilchtH forthwIth tn tile un-
from the specifications for this house may

; livable plan layout complete in living room.main stairs with go steps up from the be obtained for a nominal sum Garage sFaa.rkefi. |: ilorslKiiPil't'hl' hilh: A.inlnHlrnfr:.Iay| "' tjatot"r'>rs. *. D-
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every detail to the ]landing.! A din from the Building editor Rarer 4 4to Phon 3. WaJdo i'Ja.t. 1927.
kitchen
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The exurlor: w*U-. ar.- alcove Is provided off the huse IIA-106. I I* A. COLSON

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a PAGE EIGHT im.ii>Fnnn COUXTV TF.I.E: 'niuni, STAUKE, FLORIDA .__ 1.'lurUXO'KlInn; 18, 1027
rda; ate -

Kit l>ur i.f< ht I Line, the Seaboard Air Line and the Florida] East': Coast Rail- i his little brother Is not crazy about I

u t ,Coa1q app Bradford County Telegraph i way the Flagler] !] System, for all that has been done to developan the girls.
At twenty-four he
IMrtda years won-
It tea ESTABLISHED IN 1879 interest in this state. It is: all very well for people to say I ders how he ever lived withouthis WHY PAY MORE ?

.le o) that the road would not have made such extensive invest twins.

uctlolt and Entered as Second Class ments if they had not expected to reap some kind of reward.1 At twenty-eight he wonders
$ to Ly Published Weekly on Fridays why hl'1'1' got married. For old goods. Our fresh clean
price
cool* lo nii0I { Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida All that is: perfectly' true, but this must not be lost sight of I At forty-one ho wonders .If he on goodsis

it 1116ppolnr that in the earning of dividends the roads giving will get A raise
are
employment I
t=. S. Matthews______________________Owner and PublisherJ. At seventy-live he wonders why undoubtedly cheaper, considering qualityA
net lie to hundreds of thousands of people, are opening up ,
f tI u.g C. Robinson__________________________Managing Editor he wonderx.Mr. .
rich agricultural sections of the state and .
x.late are advertisingFl0ridi Good ftrado The Intent |111
attractions and resources from end of the and Mrs. Tommy Steele and
; s : : one country Outing Flannel MILLINERY
of lltlll SUBSCRIPTION KATE I children of Gainesville, spent the
the other.
way to
In uuouthea Mm part of (the week In Starke at loc $1.93 upi
Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance Another important angle to this: rapid transit: situation I the home of her uncle J. I). Sapp.

es t n ot"I II Advertising Rates on Application i is the prestige Florida naturally enjoys by reason of such --- <-nulin Itromlrlotit( SI)I Ml l.nlv ModelCOATS
hell
t o Twv"y. 0* quick service. If we here in Florida, can imagine ourselves1'I Corporation making improvements SHIRTS
In their
I plant.
r.T,way.rv, laryan..;; ;\JunHI'( ; AT CKOSSIXCS: : : ; LIKELY in 1 some northern city a month from now, doing our best toI I Slarke -Oalcty Theater Installs $1.00 $1235

( Florida Times-Union) ,: keep\ warm and look happy despite the cold and the blizzard''' new lighting equipment.
!d coshuce henceforth '1'ult- -II. Schmidt and G. Wolf Genuine Leather Smartly T41ilorcglLEGGINGS
ae.f .eN More of rare likely will be exorcised: from by j out of doors and know that by purchase! of a railroad ticket of Pennsylvania purchase10 I SUITS

b rat all )persons l having occasion: to cross! railroad tracks: that are I and the making of a Pullman reservation! we could be in a land I acres of land west of this town for $..98 $2.1.501I".I'ltUII1'rH

a, : across! public roads( and highways! this: greater care being in of sunshine and( flowers, of good roads, of hills and laughing'I II geese and l turkey farm.

00011 ant ,ywnet q view of the recent decision by the United States: Supreme I lakes! it will not be a difficult matter to let the imagination''' High( :Springs' '-Grading! / state
road No.:
G1I1'01(1'eHsllIg; will be | for Shav w
hs go I court to the eJffct that where proper precautions are not taken roam, just a step further along to the point of decision to escape paved shortly.I (: v\t's

duolrthrv.i railroad crossing: the risk: is: en- Tampa -- Seminole Heights Women'. and
)previous to going upon a the cold and the snow for a change of scene much more
alurpu who thus neglects not only to "stop Methodist church to be completedlit '
10w tirely upon) the individual ,I attractive! and inspiring: cost. of $00,000. 1 N C.1.11tlrt'II'"

YS n at and look", but, if necessary: : to get out of the vehicle in which' A claj's ride to Florida! Winter Garden-West Orange a "'0 sill only 1I0lhiI.'alh..r

alfxanil he or she is riding and make sure that no train is: approachingthe i I Think of the advertising value ; comprehend the pulling)I II ) Laundry J'enHal'ola-\\"ork Installs new progressing equipment.' Sl10FSl'.i :

do nd p. a$,' crossing.! very I I power of such an announcement on Ciulf Coastal Highway between

nd .e'bNl. '' This decision\ by the highest court in the country, I Florida, indeed will this season enjoy a wonderful ad-I .this place and St. Petersburg ; ') 1"lro(1I11I.U'lt..1, /

at4" likely will have the further effect of reducing the number of I. vantage in attracting winter visitors who can now step from Dado) City--Dade City Utilities .
Company to spend more than $10- ( ,. ;IKMm-ll .lIhl./t..1.
of !
iud.'i the number
crossing accidents! and, also, reducing
railroad : snow to roses in twenty-four hours. IlanilGOIVNS
Id r I ii wu' rebuilding entire system of SHEETINGlOc
lucetNI damage !suits to be brought in the future, avoiding very expensive __ lines here.

: litigation, the law being I now so clearly defined and I Dade City-F. L, Mlxon & Sous $1.00 yd.
4
ran r in this matter being given Produce Company enlarging Its
of the court
nentrturi the decision supreme warehouse on Atlantic oCust Line H"nulltlll llnyouPAJAMAS llcaullfiil I'littrrtM In

arealerod.t such: general publicity that there will be no excuse,\ for not I THE'FORUM tracks ROilS Shirts

knowing what should bo done to avoid crossing,\ accidents.'I riant' City-Hlllsborough comity $?.9.i $1.00
t:t4amdrl poultry show will be held here
of them at least should not occur, I .
Such accidents! or many :Nor; 28-Dec! :3 I,

Y. 4I and will not if there is more of general compliance with the I Nov. Bill, 1927 tions nt the depot will be greatly; \ Crystal Klver-A. Williams (icniiinn Onyx I.aillox Striped Sateen

.otti..-, law Let there be repetition here of that part of the supreme Bradford 'ounty Telegraph, appreciated by all parties con to erect new store building ut Pointex Hosiery SLIPS
eel corner of James and :Mill streets..
Starke, "Ia. cerned. $1.6 75c
tot court decision, so that it may be more lastingly fixed in the )I Dear, sir: Respectfully, Tallahassee-Seminole Countyled

a minds of those who have occasion to cross! railroads, and who I It Is a well-known fact that the K. M. THOMAS.: ]l state in use of fertilizer during
.
re it. '' should read carefully what the court says, as follows: I express platform at Starke will be I month of September.Lake IT PAYS TO BUY ATSTERNBERG'S
tent'n.at entirely Inadequate for the handling Mr. E. M. Thomas WWorth Dlds l asked for

see. ( When a man goes upon a railroad track, he knows of the coming berry crop. Starke, Fla. installing I electric lights on Lake
n Last the venue bridge and widening approaches ,
season old platform was Dear Mr. Thomas:
i 0111'', that he goes to a place where he will be killed if a train I .
torn down and the new one built, I have your letter of November
comes upon him before he is clear of the track. lIe while we were shipping berries, 5th concerning needed plat Lee-Work progressing on new
x which made It very Inconvenient form facilities at Starke this I addition to school building here.
knows he must stop for the train, not the train stop for com-
t. and cxpeiiHlre to the shipper Gainesville-Onion culture beIng
t very lug strawberry season, you advising
sty him. In such cases it seems to us that if a driver can- 1 have been with I Introduced In Nassau county -
corresponding that the will be four
acreage
and shrubs
set out in
1 1Y Polk City-Another highway" parkways
n not be otherwise whether a train is dangerouslynear A. II. Scruggs of the Cleorwater-Bids received for
sure Supt. Express or five times greater than last leading into Polk City opened to along: streets here.
t
he must stop and get out of his vehicle, though ob- Company at Jacksonville. I am enyear and with good weather conditions I construction of bulkheads and traffic Daytona Reach-Halifax District -
closing you his lust letter on the the movement will be equally I bridge over Joe's Creek
viously he will not often be required to do more than stop i matter heavier in proportion to theacreage Orlando-New Orange; county dences Lake under City-Several construction new here.resi- here Public on January Hospital 1.OrlandoBuilding.will be opened -

and look. It seems: to us: that if he relies upon hearingthe It seems that Mr. Scruggs bas over last year I courthouse here opened. Belle Glade-640 acres south of permits issued -

train or any signal and takes no further precaution, done all he can towards getting I have recommended an addition Lake Helen-School building here being cleared and plowed for here on recent day totaled
the additional plafttorm. I would to our platform at Starke and I here underlining repairs.
.
131,200.
he does so at his own risk. like to suggest" that the matter betaken the matter Is now In the hands of IJel..and-Cltru8 fruit packing planting; to vegetables.JacksonvllleConstruction" of 3 Mulberry Methodist church

with the autborlour management and our superintendent I and shipping under way here.
up proper "
ferries for Over-Sea highway be- here will build new horse of wor-
Railroad crossing! accidents are avoidable, or practically so, ties and try to see that I there is of buildings. Inglls: --Florida Power Corporation gan; here recently. ship.

people\ will not take unjustified risks. This supreme court : ample platform room before shipping I am not in position today to to erect steel transmission I\Ilaml--Clty's new coliseum MedullaNew brick store build-

decision will and useful if it Hoascm starts. advise you definitely one way or Lowers for high-tension power line to be erected here shortly.
serve a very important : purpose building/ will be dedicated on November -
p.II. I Any grower who takes produce the other, however, I assure you tro lts\ power plant here to Way DeLiimlCity.. Park to be Improved -
will) cause more of care to be taken at railroad crossings. If I to the platform at Starke will tell that we will endeavor to take care I II cross, Ga.Lake 10th. Immediately

I such care is not taken henceforth there will be no use: to go ;,'I you of I the great Inconvenience of our shippers at Starke, and I City-Southern Bell Telephone kerosene 21,538,218 and signal gallons oil of were gasoline con, .\po pkl\ Florida Telephone
I I they are put to there and with fully agree with you that the work Company Installed 70 new
for loss of human life Clermont-New station to be
to court seeking payment injuries: 01"for sumed In Florida during month of
I the Increased acreage It will be should be completed before I the telephones' here during past 12 built on site of section house on
property damages, since the lower courts will have to absolutely) Impossible to handle beginning of the strawberry movement months. September. West Avenue at A. C. L crossing
till business on the present plat It will not Interefere with Tallahassee-$2,000,000 more nnnncllon-New division of Atlantic -
t"u comply with the law as interpreted by the supreme court, and so Orlando-.J.\ll'tllf'dJHt: Episcopal
form to be for further construction Coast Line Hallrond opened -
I the shipping. I spent) church (colored) to erect new
that interpretation makes it plain that carelessness
very : on I, 1 am mire! that the chamber of I don't believe you will have and maintenance of highways In Dnnnellon recently. building at corner Fern Creek and
NG'it a the part of those who cross: railroad tracks, and who are injured commerce could, not give support any berries from Starke to speak I I''if' state for remainder of budget DunnellonTaxes Oil Company South street.
to one Item that would be of of before February or possibly. erecting filling station near Park
any year
will not be rewardcr as too frequently has been done : Jacksonville New Orleans-
much benefit l to the entire March of 1928. Tarpon Springs-Stratford her View hotel.
./ as ) Florida limited will Its first
in the On the other hand this court decision does not j I go on
re past. ; : I munity IM this matter. I know I Yours truly eel reopened recently. JIlI'keollvllle-Slute road workto run December 18th.

relieve the railroads of any and\ all responsibility: in the matter that ,tiny effort that you see A. u. scut'cos I Orlando\ Several electric signs be featured at Florida State Auburndale-Machinery being

.1'l (>If safety at crossings, but relie'ci'them only in the matter give to the betterment, of condi BUilt 'on highways lending Into this city Fair Nov. 1726.JlomeHtendAbollt. Installed In $35,00": new fruit can-
painted and relighted. 1500 trees
,n l of being made responsible for what is not their fault. The ning plant here.Thanksgiving.
I Irate 1'nterWhat. do you mi-un .mid, < I never hear responsibility: therefore, is: definitely placed where it belongson ,' by coming home at I 5 a. m.? you name." 1-

those who meet with accidents which, by all lyoper precautions I I n Jig mint Daughter or Cry- 11 11I "I know Lew Simmons well" '

could be and should be avoided. In' out loud, l'ul'i I have to patronize :protested the smaller man. 'hus !
:: the old roost some time, :more I know his brother, Al." |
Human life is too precious to be sacrificed needlessly, and don't I? \ "Is t'hnsh so?" demanded, the

as entirely too frequently has been done by those: whose carelessness larger man. lie leveled an un-
OIK Mitif on Our, Old l''llen RC'UHlntlngl'r at hiscompanion's
steady but /
] has beeji the of accidents such I '
: or : cause
helloes Now comes the story of the l absent taco "Tell me thlsh> !
as are referred I to More of care, and less: of carelessness, minded professor who rolled mush then-whlsh I I one of em''

will save many lives at railroad crossings.: About that there under the dresser and waited for looks the most allker"
his collar button to find him. .
can be no reasonable doubt. .
Seven 1 Wonder. of the' World |

0 True Kuiiiimco wonders why j
At five he
I IJ Ira years
Mae Why do always wear
; FROM: NEW YORK( TO FLORIDA IN A DAY that neckluce: ? you grown ups get cross. )|
At ten he wonedrs why i
(Lakeland ]Ledger.) Masle: Just for sentiment. My years
his older brother Is crazy about
I first husband gave It to me; you
A new dream has been fulfilled and a new goal reachedin know, the ono I shot.-Life. girls '

regard to rail travel from the North to Florida. fService At fifteen years he wonders why -

The trip can now be made in one day.Twentythree ----=
AlexI want some Insect
hours: after catching the last fleeting I pow .1 :--- "'-=': ----:::, :
s der.Doc -
glimpse of New York as the train glides out of the Pennsylvania ]- Iluuder-Do you want to EVERIiODY :

station into the tube that enables: it to cross under- take It with you? -
\Iex-Of course not. I'll send. C O M' E :
neath the Hudson river, passengers! on that train are cross- ill, hugs to you and you can give I

ing the St. Mary's river which stream! divides: the States if'' It 'to them. .f" THRIFT FCXUNDED'THE
The Best Fair Ever NATION
Georgia and Florida and in twenty-four hours the train crew --
An astern: man falling III vniinrr hun"'..>. .... .
says : .n ....,..bond.l P.I,,,...
announces arrival in Jacksonville.That i love! U okeh If done Intelligently. I I v"- "t&nrhor.n...,J.!:New Enlond.h....

lie IM right. Falling out of auj| ) k.mMly h.d ,h... haw .Iwon.m rnlyd, ....
is the schedule of the two new trains that go into service ahe
FloridaState h. prntl. .
a.:i.I.Ule should 1 1 also bu done the / warn w. upon tho... Only.
,
on the Atlantic Coast Line for this coming winter season mime way r(fib lho h.lof/, -',n.h..,.PO'" ..."'.vd.'ho ho.doh... .nd.ue.ra./<< .

and the incident leads to the It'e '
naturally restrospection: on part -- N.hn, dounod. lhoo. _
who .
ilorlons .Moment. .,. 'P'"dn ,'d.a
of the old-time railroaders who were employed by the Plant wlnl.d,h., .lhnra' m .8.r ".,,'...n, ,ho nrNrn oe....
I am.twenty-rivo cents.I / .ar to h. .nd p,"_ lira "%
System, later acquired by the Coast Line. I 111m not on speaking terms with 1 rho--I w.iM would. r.1,do wll""hnfL m 10110.'"'... nulhod 10/ u,N.l.a....a.

Partial and very incomplete rail transportation from the (the butcher I Fair % vex .d ,
four hefty
WIll _
Potomac river to Florida is said to date back almost ninety I ice-cream.am too! small to buy u quartof .,'''n,'ft.....un.,IN IhN nItoblo .....nd......be....'bonJohol .l.r I

e years, made )possible by long list of small, short local lines of I 1 am large! enough to puchase a { CIA,,k, WIth your......0101-o'l/r rnMy ,

road that took weeks to negotiate. In fact, back in 18-10, ] box of candy. JACKSONVILLENOV. ..
I tot small to ticketto
am buy a
with the completion of a railroad from Wilmington to Weldon movie.. ? ,

the trip between Charleston and Baltimore could be made in I "1 am hardly fit for a tip, but- L '

fifty hours. However, it was years ]later that Florida could believe me, when I go( to churchon
Sunday I am considered some
be reached by railroad train and even then the tracks were I money!-Christian Evangelist. ,

of different gauge, the narrow and the standard so that in ItiIU
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WhatVa The
Answer?
operating through trains into the South it was t'1
necessary ] j
AI Jolson, the actor, overheardtwo
remove cars from the narrow trucks used in the north and gentlemen conversing acrossa
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Ell
place them on the !standard width trucks of the South. This table la Broadway cabaret
both had been
I'lulnly
Imbibing,
accomplished in WilminJ.ftonorth Carolina
operation was : and one, the larger of the two,
The last quarter of a century has witnessed the greatest,; had reached the argumentativestage.

transformation in the history or railroading in this sectionof 100 THINGS TO DO
"Shay", tie suddenly inquired BRADFORD COUNTY
the country. Today the single track line of the Coast Lino pparently apropos' of nothing that 1000 Things to See BANK I

system has been double-tracked, automatic signals installed. had been Bald earlier "do you

huge locomotives: hauling all-steel coaches and Pullman cars know Lew Simmons?" Bradford County's Financial Stronghold
"Certainly I know Lew Sim DON'T MISS THIS
known to those skilled irt
placed in service and everything mons." said the other. STARKE
FLORIDA
modern railroading has been provided for the comfort, convenience ..< "Like 'el you know Lew Simmons FAIR ,

and pleasure of patrons of the line. ." stated the first man incredulously -
"Lew Simmons Is a
Florida should be grateful to the Atlantic Coast
profundly ;: ver' Intl-intlrueate frlen' of mine,
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