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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 25, 1927
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
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System ID: UF00027795:01002
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Established 1877 Subs'riptlon-I'or; Year, $1.50 ; Six Months. 75c-l'ayable AchnnccJ 1-:. S. Matthews, tMm-r and I'iibIiher_
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Keystone-Orange Park Short 1 Glover Released Berry Grwers SHOWERS GIVE ', 11)1.. ITIKsi: : ; : ,:usI COLUMBIA -

. ; I ,'IN,XL SI'| MMONHDied

Under Bail I Petition Ready : SOME RELIEF I I PREPARING
$7,000 i
Cut TO
Planned Thru I I ill I InI I l'urul1.\! ICeslilem" '<' InNlaikr
Middleburg i 1 I I
-- I FOR BERRIES i .Iffc'rjt, IVvv I IOIIIMHim | II
i I Olllilnls nt the II ink of SI arkt' I DIP CATTLElUppliiK
; ; ; ; ._n_ It. J. (o!1 lo\ei' '. Indicted\ !hy the 1 I -**.
; r Clay (CIMIO)' CiiiiimlHNlon Hears and the I.awtev State flunk leI I
Valuable Corner I Ki-and jury at the fall term ofcoint
t Proposal to llnilil I :Mllc'H'lit port that I the petitions' for nn express /
.
I ha Ins .t sniidafiffiiiHiii millMonibM i
: for the murder of V. LHuiwdy I At tint dawning of div... laxt Saliixliiy XalN IIHiiK l.iislecl:
Sme TweUe. lefilgfialoi t cm l' st'r\'lie are l .
., Lot Sold Monday of New River on the night I : Iti-in-ril riant I.It(n nioi'nliiK. I Ilio I liii inoi.I al Kitimit 'lliioiiKliutil, |,:iiiri| > Connl t).
j being I ; signed up nt an eiuontag;
Clay I of !Mondu. June l.Hh.: won releaHed ,; .Xli'il.Stiiiwberr of (Col\. I', i... I'eeK one.. of stnrko's, I ___
county may have a new i ing/: late lint I It Is I their ,dimlio I lo
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.ctJ: onnecting highway, shortening I 'Monchiv under bond of $7,000 ,have the petitions lepresent t'v..ry'Iltrower <'II iF.i.ii 5. passed |III I tliu great I lit.Ii '- Dr. J, v, 1 Kmipp" head of thin

the distance between The lot on the corner of \\"tII-" the trial heliiK; set for J Dec.ember ( I,il t'st ami itt ost, lilKlilv lexpi'cledonil I Florida Live Sloe'k Sanitary Hoard,
fl Ke stone of SII'IIWh'I'I"K In llrad- '
> nut and !Madison. owned by the lath At the hearing/: before Judge ,{ I } planting I /: I In' I Ihegreat > \ 'I'1 lie luevloiis morning I l h. was heie ii-i-ently' t for I the
it. Ilelghtri and I purpoxciof
Orange 1'aik by 12 ford! To I IhU end t hosegrow
county 1 I'luull'lIy I ( 1 I proiluc,I or"1I11I
miles! If plans \ Sweat estate was. sold Monday to Aclklnn. It la said extenuating cli- I I g was ..uJu11I1t his uHiuil lioalih amihlgllll KlnnliiK. I I g I the aom', k of ereillntf I
piesented to
theHoard
trs who hive not yet slwned' e-\pecled: to he prellv well wound I
of the Baird Hardware Company "'U miii a tires broiiKht out bv the do- attending" t lu business Wllllliln 5J tanks In |Ih" county for dipping

4 their monthly onnty meeting commlsslonerg last : at Gainesville. t the consideration not fenne IJ 1\1. Johnn resulted In the I the petition me uigecl to do HO up lor I the season. I tills week with I I I i'liuiai" .tc,l Isllc, ,'ii eug> : I later t I Inth rattle I I h for I Ihei PI'a.II<'IIII,1I of t In k'tit
Monday within I I the few A
next days combined I '
glow el s I throughout I be section
being given. This lot covers six older bl'lnlIlIslI"tl.. ,. '"ii' i'm I Ii I Halted
:4 are arrled out ; I < day hit foil\ indisposed mill! with I I I the Limllei
: elToit nt this I time will result I IlIkllllIIdvllulllRe of what lucy re-
These pIano. submitted ty-five feet on Madison street andsixty The son of the doc eased. Illicit ; gradually, I i new:l .)I'I)rsiu mull t i I ">mlySalurdav 1 Linn her Co" lo fimilnh I the I lumber
were '
I by it Is believed III I the si'i urlngjof !; i'il\ed I In I the nature of 1II..I"tllre.
Dr. D feet on Walnut nnll" one of I Drawdy. test tiled that hla father inoinliiK I ;, November I tlin 'and/ cement lined In building. the
Walter !Morton city :Manager the I the long-desired; espre'Hs, service -, dining llu hlmwoin of Sunday, ufteitioon ;
of Penney Paims who told the t most valuable corner properties tiled to get him lo no to the home | I the one thing needed to put mid :Mondayhlle I Hieniliifiill 1'Jtli t tanks \\ 01'U of erect I ag t them lianalready

In the city being located on of Clover and kill him. and that bcmiu. In tlio north end of
board that a new link ,
connecting the Intersection of state roads 13 llrudfoid l county In the lend, as a was nothing; at all lo lung; ''liinlh, brc.ki* I at onoi Ihn vital t lialn.' HIM,
t running North from tho Creen and 28. ho .lefiiHed. Mr J Drawdy then i straw berry producing county alto it t. i It Is believed. I lo bine been :A,sitS::| fitiil: : I IIIM" ,mail: t Is,' :niuliMtiiy: : : ,' comity.. '
Tim
nlirfwed bill son Clover's pistol clipping vats. are h'lnlhllilt/
Cove-Stnrke highway to the Hluck The Inter-state. Commerce Commission of consldeiahle imiteilal, I lienellt to The fiiiionil I wim held. Sunday :
Creek ferry .. -- and told him that he wan going/: by t the state, with Ito ,'ool'prnllonIf
near Mlddlebtirg
will i hold t the hearing In
plants' I In the seillonn wliem It fell afternoon, nt t t hi n..wk.. frs atI
Ci( I\I\IISSIOS: : EPtt4: .\riMtO\K I roe
Ilio .
to kill Clover with his it I federal ,
would be of
county wide benefit. own gun governement and
Lakeland December IRth.I t and
on IhinvloHt .
nnd also of iii'iii'fltwhere
I'SSIOS: (" 1nl HOIIIU I tlio fa in i II I v residence< on Went :MmllHOII .
before ,11I 'lhtht. UefeiiHe also ii t II lei I they me ereited I I
Commissioner J. 1-:. Larson of I In view of a miner decision of the the full wits iniiih, llglilerNinth HII.\\. and was attended. l hy itge' an Innpeitoriipmnentlmc
Keystone Heights declared lie favored showed In testimony that when while thecarrleis I I I Ito United I I States)
boanl held In nhevancn .
:': of riant I City I pxll'l..1I1I1l'l'"m I s si /; 'Iii''' I'S.one 0111 mi of iii i lends, who
I the plan In as much nn It The board! of county commissioners Drawdy came III flover's! front I' ala,la an effoit I to shorten will 111"''''''( tlu tanks 1'ho fedeml -
i Knlghtn: i lo 7"Ih'I'hIl18" l I I andoiilh <'n mo to pay hint lilbnto lo I this
would of Bradford! county Florid gate on the nlicht of Ilio killing Kovernment la
k eventually bring a great I their freight Hchedulen, Florida I of I tho. city In Urn Tin'key S .II known and honoied! ('Ill/on helping; pay

cleat of truffle Into Clay county t. met In regular;' session, Monday he wanted. to know where Clover 'has a good, Hiiinie to secure ex- ;iCieek section I I tliu rainfall i I I was thohlll'II'st. and I to t't I'I'I'HII deepest. \ sympathy' I hiss t'X'II'1", nf building< /: them and
C, which November 7th. 1927. with nil nun anti I threatened to kill him i HIM
otherwise would by andshippers dlpphiK; I cnttlo
some the
go s'rvh-e If
.
growers .
lures I I nicoiding' I to lepuits lecehed for nic'inbiMs of I hits family III I heir a'
other routes and that lesldenta.. of members present ns folows, : Louis : pulling his knife ut the time he so signify their cleslro 1'ho I tankn iiro being I eicited' .! every -
heie. I III both of I Ii t tan fler- h.'uv'lIu''L. ; I Ul'V I h'oJ! M. I HllollH I '
j the southwest section of the county IT Hill chairman J. O. Crews made the I throat. Drawdy was prevented I' .- _------ tions In geneuil. It In mild I tint rain I three or four miles i i In order. to
:T. L Q. W Hlnson andL. 1 ,,C'III'III'I.I': (It I Ihi Methodist ilimili, eoniluitIIIK -
1i could reach Orange Park nndnortlieastein rnderhlll from currying out his. Tlt\l\ : I lime one nour eai'h fti run. They
was of slllllilent I peiiettntloii to I
I Ito I luipie'Hslvn luneial seivlio -
R. Oalney. tluuela by Mrs. Glover Drawdy's (Kffeithe Nov :!ioth.I.wailt. ) ; :III '
sei'lions over a load i nro feet IOIIK.; four foot. wldo
I aid 1 I In tlio
muteilally stiawbeiiypioduilng iti I tribute I I lo the> vlilues I oft
Minutes of last meeting/ rend : daughter and finally Mrs. Clover .. pit and
12 miles shorter than the present tt'ii feet deep While here Dr.Kmipp .
I i ; buHliens| I In t Iliu cither t Ilio 'deceased' and, Npcikn I In I tetulci-
highways and approved woke her husband up and told Southbound I No.1. due Slinko, Hald Ito expected to have '
see lions I t Ihe fall I I wnrt I lighter I hut est nipathy I to I tint sonowlngfamily I
The connecting\ ; highway; planned S. L. Crews (county enumerator him that she wan worn out over 11 :05 p. m.Southbollnll. the cattle of tint, stain trait of ticksIn '
I this. added. to I the great/: business ot I I A choir I composed I of I Mrs
presented bin report and same ap- worrying with her father and for No.3. clue Starko.
, would Include the grading and, I two 'C'III'1.lIke City Iteporter.
which has been .
watering plant
A. Z. Adklns. Mrs I II K 1 Knight,
i' possible paving of a road extending; provdd. him to get up as her father wan 10:21: a' III.Norlhbnlll1d. .- .-
under for the last month I on Mr i I':.
way Mr. F, I.. Smith iiinl H.
i south from the lilack Creek ferry The names of Miss Susie Low- going to kill him. When Clover No. :2!, duo Starke
practically every patch, Is expected Itltili. wit Ii Mrs I II I. V 1 KnlKht an Gov. Martin To
L landing for a distance of approximately ery ordered stricken from pauper went In one of the back rooms lil0: R. m.
to prove' beneficial and to give accompanist, Hofllv I sang Ilio consoling
four miles where It would roll. Drawdy knocked him down with a Northbound No.4. clue Starke
new life to the plants set. Faith Looks At Butler
connect with the paved highway I Reports of County Judge. Jail pistol I and wag trying to shoot him 3:54: p. m. hymns. "My Speak
On the strength of tho ruins on
I Thee" onil "AbldoVllh
UI to
Inspector and Innpecor of Marks when Clover
shot Drawdy from
I running Into Penney Farms: past MinHe-eH Sunday and Monday. most. folks. Mo"
Bordendale. This would make a and Brands received and same or- hlg knees, Drawdy staggering Southbound No. 107 due Starke, turned to plant the plants which Governor John W. Marti withspeak

route from Orange Park through dered filed back and fell partly on the bed. 12:20 p. m.Soutbbound. I they have been holding; back for Comer Leonard Peek was born In Lake Butler Monday 11 '

Lees Corners Middleburg Penney Jeff Surtaln, pauper report id Tliu second shot was fired by No. 191. due Stacks favorable wemther The weather April 1 9th, 1851. In Ctilverton o'nlock nt the C'OIl rthollso, accordIng -

Farm to Keystone Heights a cross dead and his name ordered stricken Glover In the direction of Drawdy 10.25 p m.Northbound. has not become Ideal hut It Is I Hani'oik comity, Georgia and litter to announcement mndn Wed-

county short cut.ilommls810ner from pauper roll. where he had fallen across the No 08. due Starke looked an the best to hu expected moved to homusvlllo, (la I He nuHiluy, A large crowd la eipoct-

R. F. Millikin of Annie! Surtaln name ordered bed the shot going wild. 0:14: p. m.14t.arke In upon unusually. dry season wax Htiulont at Emory: College eel to he present at thin time owIng .

Mlddleliurg declared he believed placed upon pauper roll at $5.00 l and WnnniMHi llraiicli The ,work an of setting out this. lust ami litter HtudU'il dtw In Jacksonville lo the date selected being opening .

the per month. 6:30 I I under Fleming' I At" Danlelx. In day of the full term .
that proposed new link would COUNTY AGENT No. 101 leaves Starke : a. round of berries In. l II> circuit
1 also be of benefit to the residents The followIng; widow's peslon m I 1K70 with other ventiir ) court for Union county

of his city and those living at the claims! approved : Bell Thomas No. 102 arrives Starke 2 : lOp. throughout I lie countryside nnd spirits. hu settled In this Mien S.---

; northwest section of the county In Prookcr, 7.00 per month; ClnraAlbertson. HERE DEC. 1STA. m. Dally except Sundays.T. next week will doubtless! see, Inmost undeveloped. new c'nlllllry.I remaining l SIOItl.H: ( 'IOSKI' ; 'I'II.\:\KhKaVStores .

reaching; the county seat at keen Stnrlte. $7,Ort) per J, UHIJo' 'IN i Instances I the patches all I I set ; at Green Cove Springs for njear Iu

Cove Springs. month, Lettle Stllley, Stnrke I and awaiting cleveloiimenta. .. wlilili and l III I 1877 C'nl I'eek mine

The board arranged to have estimates $3.50 per month: Ida Maxwell. P. Spencer bend of I the extension ........................ It In. hoped' will produce;. additional. I to Still'ko and bus resided I hen In Klarke will bo closed
division University of .
of costs and a tentative survey Hampton. $3.BO per month Mrs.R moisture to iniike goiicl growth/: i ontlniioiiHly si mmi's I Hint. date liiinkHKlvliiK Day. the greater;

made( during the next few :. !M Coleman Starke $3,50 per Florida has nclvlsed O. W Alderman : Keystone Ileigtitaltll : I While I I the season I 11I1tl'1I""lIllhlll" I I I lie wits nun'i'.led. tll< tl Isis I llur- number, losing; I their doors at 10

s weeks to be presented for conald- month Nannie holes Starke. clerk of the board of county llclrn' O.. commissioners, that the '
I .50 month Sarah Rlgclon!' new county .. 11'pi! bellies' hi its ought to I town I mid this I they. happily, noon
erat'on' nt the December meetingof $10 per : ; for Bradford ................... \oiir
agent will _..
county' mid I It IM I that I Ihu national I I ITUl'k.y It .
expected -- ----
Starke. $1.60 per month : :MammleMendo : ...hl'III"11 5 heIr guide; WecldlllKd i -
tilt : (lay (County Crescent
he here around the flrHt of December -1 Mr. t I'Fi'.til': : :
25
: Hampton $10.50 per Keystone: Heights No I its y Mill I I I he |"i'mini, 'I I Ivo ofMI d III which tlinci I Iwn bundled,

month Lizzie Tompklni! Slarke. I II to take up bin duties, Since I and !Mrs. Kulph 'llbbals and Mis vi.nil I (|Ilia rill of the I hu'Ions' fruitUe f.'iniiits. voting and! ,old culled, lo

........................ $7.00 per month ; hattie Alvarez, I his leslgnillon of Mr. Wmcl, sev- I Tiffany oftw; Yen'k City. nrilvedlln I .ports from Ml tu'k a 'are to t the ef- ongiiitiilalo. them on I tlui leall/il-. ; I i.!. .J.I Miiribtu h of irahain pru-

Starke, $7.00 per month; !Mabel vial months ngn the county bus Keystone: Heights on '1'it ursday, nit that I the sttl!lion up thieve will. llon of a luill <,i,Htm':v of in i riled, seiiliil.. the ili'icrnpli' with a wliltoSlmpsiin
WOODLAWN I been without the service of nn ng1 Nov few clays at emiu Monday! that had,! 23
: Obcrnt Stnrke $ 3 10 per mouth: 17th to spend a so far us pieslnt I Indications' I point life. I Hi' wan a lOVlnK' hiiHliand. to ,
'(cultural I 1 agent, dun to the in nit i Iity I- I Mis !"'. ((1Cornlnli ). joints Ills yield 1 of than
i.V .., iFnv 0111.) StnrUe $14.00 per i the home of Mr and ,come I In l'ul'lier than I this. soc(1011. tile wife of his youth IIml I the iln- eilmit : year
$ ".:) :. '>Q.= .. ..... of I the extension division to HI before going on to 1'alm The acreage around! Staike I In ulHO I wart good mid lie hart u surplus to
I I ii
month : Carrie Thornton. Starke. I voted I father of I it large fiimlly ii ii
Woodlitwn INO, 21 !Mr and ply the man needed 1I''lch' for I tho winter have IIIMMI mm'ki,t ,
$3 BO) month I I said I I lo I Im leased "ronsldeiubly I emlliiKly, fond iiinl, piond
per wait exi .
!Mrs Blinchnrd of Kings-: .
T Ralph \Irs.1o'r..tI Miller of -- --
and !
: Mr.
visitors There being no further business OLD < iri/r.N: i;MON 1 I thin year of bin nineteen. Kranili. 'hlldicii" I WI\ I'B''I': : INsl'lIION ,:I'.
ley Lake at the
were ('on lien lit Lake Turk. 1'a, readied The VMiteilng of III I tills .
;
41 home of Mr and !Mrs. J. S. Norman board adjourned until next leptular f'cH'ST1111:11: 1fSII\\ ; Nov. IIIIIIII.JI, In I sit.:, lit" Hiinji'it of I hilts I 1110' 111:11I11":101: :
Keystone Heights inesdny, has been
meeting which will bo held intel I Ion cii lied on during
Hketi 'lied of I In llrnl
oii one )
Monday afternoon Silt to spend Hie litteriir. I HID. last month or six weeks on mi |
Mrs. Robert Simmons of Fort Ol'st :Monday In December 1027O :! Joe McColloiigh" died' Monday nt I leally I I i s hunts. whit-h business" lie An ffort will be made' before.
I' nnd Mis Hue'k and soil, ar- extensive HI ale. linth by bund, by
Lauderdale was the guest Monday I w. ALDHRMAN.Clerk.. ,'his home In Union county near I i Heights Nov. HIM')'eHHfully i I t throimliiiut I those I hits next It.'cry Hhll'l,11I11I.'aIlOIi I I ; to
1'lv..1 In Keystone Hinface watering and by overhead
of her grand-parents. Rev. and !'Lulu' ut I the age of 82 >cnra. I He 1'a many yearn and ban I 1",Ill I Innttunienial Hcuini) a Koveiiiineiit I Inspector to
15 from Conneaut Luke 1'aik watering I I In moxt I Instances I thciplants
'! was a native of Georgia The fu- In bringing Into our conn- oxninlno I all I Hlilpme'ilH I I mailo from
: i Mrs D I.. Phillips.
;. uiitsIYTue : : work
fEtTlE: {)Jo'Jlt: & Mr Buck has already begun are living well under I Ihlsi
I: Mr. and, Mrs Arthur Crews of I neral wan held Tuesday afternoon Lakvvlew i ty many of th it today prewpiionsfaiinois Slaiki plalfnim, similar to I hopractice
his heiiiiu on be I
on new tiuatnutitVllh I I I this 'hind anti
':or. Halford were the guests Sunday many friend of !Mrs' I lat Douglass) cemetery near Lulu Drive. (lie rains of the early pint of the i and hisi tti mieNs men, I llo WIIHilonily .. on shipping., plalforma In

I with Rev Blackwllder officiating 1.1 'lIl1n.,1 I wit ii I lie growth I.oiilnlann. 'I bin servlio In avallnhlo
'. 4Jt Mrs Crews' father Mr. D Ii.iflrowning. Blanche Horsey age 18 wife of 'Ihe teadiers and olllc'ers of the week laying; down n thin layer of j jmolHtiilH < -
Wesley Hersey. will regret to Deceased, Is survived by six school of I tlilH plain, having I s always worked t through I Urn stale marketing-
I Keystone Heights) Sunday i It la believed I that Ihe ,
*. School la progressing nicely u ti- learn of her death at her home In children< Handle McCollough of held a meetlue Tuesday evening situation I I has been materially I lie ii"- I' I for I tin) .111 VII Itt'Plli t'II t of hi lit. bureau. It la understood and results -

fder the able management/: of Prof Bradford county Just across Long Unlbn county; James) of Lulu Berry ut the homu of Mr and Mrs. V.O titled by the lute showers. Plant* town and utility I 110 Herved II III only /Ii rat class barrios

'fIJ. T. Barnes and, Miss Loubedla bridge last Sunday. She was well of Ft. Myers !Mrs. Ola Harris Cornlah for the purposes. of de- City llntrprlse.Slarke ml ii mmi hit,r of yearn an mayor ofSturks finding. ; I their way to market!. All

;JMnholster.Mr known In this city, having; been of Lake City !Mrs. Nora Busanu of ciding upon a Christmas entertain .---- and wan aim for years aniemher Inferior la rejoi'ted by the Inspector

j and !Mrs. H. S. Norman !Mr. born In Lake Butler und being Klsslmmee: and Miss Bell MiCuI-, ment. Refreshments were seived' of I the, lioiird of tnisti'os, I I I In c'hnrgn; line! t Ilio beneficial

I'. l..erv., Mrs L. R. Denmark attended reared in thin community Besides lough of "'t. Myers.-Luke City at the close of the meeting A llorlleJi of I IIIH HI'I..OI. III fait, wo may result I la. shown I In higher prices A'S

....... at Klngsley Luke llupllst her husband she leaves to mourn Iteporter Tlio Keystone Ill'lghls'oman'8 i 4Wensbt'iLait' Board say of him I I In the word of Robert ,being.I paid for tliu good fiult I "'

,;,. Sunday death her !Mr and Browning/: : .--
her parents
ItlsINU :M.WS: I Club served supper' to seventy people I IUSKS 10 I.O.tFl: i\iunii: .:

., 1It Wm Strlngfellow of Palatka : :Mrs. II O. Varnes of Jacksonville; at Keystone Inn on 'J'lt u rittiny, C'ol. H: M Johns received no- "On.. who in,vi'r I l"rn.1 his t.tiek,

\:""was a visitor here Saturday. five brothel, Isaac Varnes Oren Rising/ Nov 25.-:Mr. If II Nov 17. The club is wall plumed -j lea Monday of Ma it ppol mi I nit-nt bill. .S mini' 'In'il I taunt, riirwnnNik. Kfioctlve: A'onility. Nov. 28, the
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,' b.uilH woiilil briS >
'j ., :t Minn Ruby Rosier, Debbie Phll- Varnes and Wilson Varnes of the uttond iiice member of tho il.nliliil i "... .;. I bourn.
Lewis and family spent Sunday In with Increasing < an a Mate Hoard of ,'v.i .iliiiiiniil thouitli rlKlit w liunklng of the undersigned:

'\UP Loubedla PInholster, T. B. Biadford county, Harley Varnes of Jal'Ionvllle., at each of these suppersrhllllp Law Kxainliicrn: sin' ''i'coding Robert I WI.IHtlll." WIIIIIK Wlllllll 1'lnm.h, ;. stui'kn banks will bo from !S : Sit

.j&Plnholster. Rail J. T. Barnes attended Fairbanks and Owen Varnes of :Mr Arthur Mcltae\ and II L. II Cud man, who In a senior I I I':, I Davis of Gainesville, dec eunc-d' ItiM,fight w.' fall hell or.In rlHi. .'. tiltI. hiinitHi I. a. III., to 3 p. m, Customers are)

I' teachers'. meeting In Stacks Aubiirndale: five sisters !Mrs. I Hultlwnnger were business visitorsto at KollliiH. College. tills year, The announcement was made hy I II"> HI..H| li* wake. inked I to please I.ear. I h lit I In mind.I ,

.':<:.fiiturday'A Belle Howard of Fairbanks. :MraIt Ocala one day last week. artlved la Keyutono Heights 'I Governor Martin I For over fifty >eurn ho was u Bank ot Starke
Mrs L. R Denmark and sister and,
C. Rosier of Lake Butler 1Ir.'lIhur Tucker and Freeman day Nov. 18, for a short 10'1'1-1',, member of I Iliu :Mithodlst, I church., Iliadford ('Ollllty Bunk.ui.NMrr .

I ,. !,;Itls.s Gladys Norman were shop- Ilio Misses, Thelmo Vnrnes KsIher : hogan of Jacksonville were with Ills parents Mr and Mrs 1 Duo to tho burning out of the holding I I the lesponnlble. olllicn! of --. -- -
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visiting relatives. hero Friday. !1'. \\ Cad man.Alls. : steward and I triislee. but Ills es-

M Farmers here are busily engitg- Biadford county. Preaching next Saturday at : 5. A. Cooper and sons, Itoh- ut the power, plant lust 'Ibursilay 'litl delight was tlio music In

.4 In harvesting sweet potatoes, Funeral I services under direction Corinth also Saturday night. nrt, Paul and Carl drove to Keystone night, pint of I tlui town was In I pi'i h", sanctuary I .lie. being I choir Ihei habeani corpus proceed

grinding. rune and killing hogs. of II L. Fowler of Lake But- llveryhody: < Invited, I Heights from Orlando Sutiir- darkness for u xlicut.. while, the leader.. for years and years Col. I tugs before Judge; Adklns I Tuim-

The fall i'raps have yielded an Itr. were held Tuesday. afternoon Mr. Goodman visited at the cay! !Mrs Cooper I'aulllId Carlexpect I loud Iwlllltou; hejiivy. for tho I Peek wielded I t the pin' of a ready duy wherein llverett: Bennett represented .

: .abundant crop with excellent Her J, R Crews ofllclitlng. ;' Interment home of !Mr Tyer of the Water- to he located In Keystone I niulnlnK/ dynamo to bundle re-// writer and several yeurn ngo he \ by hilts. counsel. Col J. L.

\. Jfirlces' I I was at Swift Creek cemetenlry.Lake oak section Sunday I Heights this winter. I new exciter I" wan set I III place won I literary i I onnltli.ii, I through Fruioe. sought to obtain hln reItutsH -
,' There la. a large acreage of Butler Times under I bond t the motion
Mitts
Mitts JolIzauetlJ Cuugbuy. I 'iiilckly|' us possible was
Mr Clarance Parrlsh was a two of hits liimkn "Inrllil CarHwell. -
'jfrtrawnerrles; that promise a heavy I 0- I denied by .7 st do/ Adklns I
)Donald) 1-:. 1'u.aguurit : and! Bennett
Helen Ogden "
Tovares County jail being renovuted taller at the home of !\II'V.. K. I I. a Hlory' of t the South! and"Slephi
yield next spring wan again In
and Harold It. Lawrence drove to placed' Jail to
Norman Sunday. stone Heights from I HlKhtower'N HepentII -
and Jacksonville n
anti !Mamie Lou repainted.Pensaeoia1027
'i i( jfCladys, Myrtle afternoon. await trial on December l.'th. It
Miss Ruth and Agnes of Jacksonville buturday "
Supp to
Saturday I the
spend ek-en.1
constructionhere w <'e.
Korman of t rlendsln .
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were guests understood 5 that the
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ilk Starke Saturday evening. / will probably pass three million Vanderbilt section were among Miss Helen Lawrence who itsteaching at the home of bin. parents. Mrand A I(itt g/: molori'ade, fit ho w id I tliu bo rasa will
appealed' to tho
1 ",V-Mr.. ; and Mrs. Owen Purmenter mark. those who Attended I). Y. .', U. In the Lake City high Mrs. J. Hi Houser Mr. House film.ral car to CroHhy cc-iiu-iery .-supreme court.Frostproof .
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j Mr. Leon Conner and wife and home of her parents, Mr and Mrs.J. day. .E.: P.!. Itookn
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Thursday to the bedside of Mr for Improving (",itrtit.. county fairgrounds III the family lot. opened for season's rut n.Orf'f'lIvllleOrE'unvllle. .
rmenters father, James Para here. little son spent Sunday at the H. Lawrence here )Dr I). W. !Morton of Penney repeating the burial. ervlH The Crate &
.I Conner's father Mr. C, M. Welmmun and, V. S. Han- under ,
.' uter. who Is 111. His many home of !Mrs Farms, gave a very Interesting Funeral urrannementn were Veneer ('ompllIl0101) ( good busl.

frtondi wish for him a speedy re- and Mrs C. L. Carter. W. C. Clemons of the Hellbronn bitt drove to Jacksonville on business talk before the congregation of I Ihn direit ion of l II. C, JIIIIUM. mortician lies*, I

,; sectionMr. Tuesday the Keystone Heights: community the follow-In men acting
1eoferyVt
: Wlll iirlflln contractor for fln- Leon Norman who has been on : "'esleyIcHae: and !Mr Lee !Mrs. C H. Lawrence. !Miss Ruth church Sunday, Nov 20th. an pal I lieu re rH, ; Peek of Chicago I ; Mrs F H Long
the sick lint with fever Is
typhoid
'4rtllng the lateral road In oureoLmunlty Improving much. Ills llaltlvvanger spent the week-end Lawrence. Miss Arneota (Ogdenand F. M. Wulruth and J. H. Honser, Active: II. K. KnlKlit. J, KKleklller J. L Peek, Mrs J. II Rltch l

Is. a dally visitor here friends In and very out of school many wish In Jacksonville Howard Lawrence. were chopping > of Keystone Heights and Mr Sr" N, I). \lnwrlKht, Mrs K. K: Poerymun. Mr H. L.

from Jacksonville. !Mr. Basil Mcltae and brother In Sturke Saturday. Weber of Orlando left I'.. 8. :Matthew A. M Darby) and "'",'k of Starke; und, :Mra C, F.
to see him In school again. attended !Mrs. 10.:. P. Caulhey.Irll.: ,V. T. R"llIr'l'LY'I.
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and Iris fur week's
Wesley sister hunting
a .F. C, Hoover
|fr. and Mrs. Owen Parmenter :Mr J. S. Norman, and daughters Hiiylen, Miami ; one sinter Miss May
the given at the home of J. Ogden Miss Elizabeth Caughey j Orlando .1. M.
'Jacksonville were called home party I Honorary! : N T hUtch I'eek of Jacksonville, three brothers .'
:Misses Lois
.mV account of his father's Illness ping In Starke and Friday Gladys afternoon were shop- S. Sapp Thursday night. and the Misses Arucieta and Helen ,''I A Y W, C, A. and V. M. C. A.. '' Truby. W, '1', WeekH. J. W. White. ; Mr Ashley Peek of Bran-

',.$r. Qua Smith of Ocala spent Messrs. Felix and Mr. li. L. Haltlwanger was visiting Ogden[ drove to Gainesville Mon conference was. held at Camp Im I' N. I II. Hull and. L. C. Puwell toni, :Muxle peck of Melwood.

'; gMlday the guest of his mother Hutchinson: of Sap the Wateroak Clarence I at the home of H. M. Mc- day to do shopping.Mr. mokalee on Lake Itrooklyn over A wealth of beautiful! flower* Ark. and John Peek of Newelton.

Smith. Rae'a Wednesday and was accompanied I and Mrs C. H. Clark were the week-end. The meeting wait were Mint In token of lovo and La

lira. Carrie ,section, were vhlIlnltfl':! and back by his sister, Marie. entertained at dinner Sunday at attended by delegates. from all Bympatliy. minglIng their perfume
.Jilr. and Mrs. H S. Norman and I Out of town persons attending
J. S. Norman
: Monday S S the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. II of the various universities and colleges i and budding/ the mourners to look the '
attended Mrs'l funeral!
L. R. Denmark
Mr. and !Mrs Mr Vernon Simpson of T 1I.\Ii: KH! HHKMKNWe : : I were! lion and !Mrs.
Lake Ogden. throughout the state of beyond thin world of pain arid, ad- I', L, Ganklns
church at Kingsley .sonville visited !Mr. Owen wish to thank the Starke Miss Martha Futcb. of Dade and son' Mr. and
Sunday I Friday I( Florida nests to the beautiful heavenly :Mra' J. L. Brlggn :Mr and !Mrs.
In
Raving
firemen for aiding our
,',. '. and Mrs. R. E. Dlanchard Mr. and Mrs. Clydo Carmichael I home Sunday night It was due City, who Is attending Southern Hi')'"tone> Heights Community home. Elaborate floral offerings W. L. ..:tlwurtln.11..11: May I'eek.f '
I College at Lakeland was a guest (Chun' made by the Uoman'B Club, '
were '
Lake visiting :Mr. > Jacksonville C F ,
I ot Kingsley were ) I'll. Suylea
f
() Ocala. spent the week-end with tu the poor service of giving location -
of Mr.
, over Sunday at the home 9:45: a. m.. Sunday school Choir of the Methodist ('hurc'hV..
sad Mrs. J. S. Norman Monday at. I Mend and relatives.Mr. of fire that the firemen did of :Miami.' ; Mrs A V. Long undMrs
,twmoon. a and Mrs. J. H, Houser of Keystone 11 : 00 a. m.. church services. I 'r. Week Chapter U n, C. and : S 'r. of lialnenvllle.. ; Mr.
LeRoy Carmlchael of West not arrive The work done Iul
sooner. Miss| Futch attend
Heights. Nov. 27. Dr. Weld of Penney Children of the Confederacy. ,
"4 Mr. and Mrs. Lawry Carter ofJsk.onvtlle I Palm Beach and Mrs c. Richard of Pa-

are spending a few ,"ith his parents, spent, Mr.the and week-end Mrs. J. was very.good and very much appreciated ed the Y. W. C. A. conference at Farms, will speak. Mr, Forest I IleHldi'H hU. devoted wife. thedeieased latka, Mr all.1Irs.: L H Hill ot

'days the guests of his parents Mr. I). Carmichael Mr. and Mrs Oeo. A. Marcotte. Camp Immokalee. 'Case and Mrs. Wm Pierce will leaven to mourn his bits Lawtey and :Mrs. A. M Darby of ,
James C. Houaer drove to Key. children ,
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I aim .. .t. 'J' .,, ,\, .. .., ,' r\, even more unusual part about It, I u little later tile referee aguln
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rdaa.yit ; ., ; ',:, ,<' High hum hardly let up all during the ; culled u iiradford foul I and a Jat
ut atketap '
".... entire gume Of course, be couln't boy made free shot and 1 a few ue., .

it Cunruca Journal flash all of his stuff displajed In onds before the whistle made another I
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, rlda11'Ina I. the Waldo, but he never becamea score, advancing J Jiit
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tat. '.,t, '. o hole In the Starke defense at points behind the Tornadoes flu'
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ucLJoncrULLtodr : '* Editor-in-Chief WILLIAM DUNCAN any rate, superiority' of the Starke
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.' .: I Where Sam left off Joe
Malpas.
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n to b.; \ Associate Editor JOSEPH MALPAS quarter JlMlllnu < -
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" corn,);' -' 1 'I the other guard begun, Joe always shot another immediately
'. ,glrrly of ant}, '.' -'& Sports Editor ______________________ ELMER MCMILLANJoke was a fairly good, guard, but after the period began, and aft" ".

o,opal mil, ; :. ... ] Eldtor _______________________ JUNIOR McDONELLOn Friday night he was great, The a spell of thunder McMillan v.i."
aet Iw .
C Ih0C. ,.l,.. .:,.: unexpected Improvement was lltllophoit fouled, and his free try wag xii, .
2. of miraculous nrpuklng
--- up cessful. It was gtarke's ball inmost )_
I.halo lorliliu.of ." '. passes pouncing on fumbled I bulls' continually, but the sever.
'h": Wednesday Rev. E. M. tune of 15 to 10. The whirlwind
thai ;," shooting snappy throws that was shots at the !goal that failed din
1 hi In Ol2imthv ;' .' I Rooks, pastor of the First Methodist our atheletlcally! Inclined girls Joe all over throughout the game.I I lug the remainder of the period'

.t.0 .\: ;;j church, gave an interesting attempted to do as much to the There's nothing wrong with the I didn't look so nice \\lth a ll-'>;
eo Ml oft f tt tttiM r ''''' '/. thanksgiving talk during the chapel ladles of J. I). C., but were not Tornadoes defense They've got store. staring them In the faro

. theninCu Twci exercises In Ills talk, Rev. quite equal to the task losing, 32- the stuff Cuple Hitch. likewisethe the J. II. C. boys opened up In tin
kity, en I Kooks empuslzed the need of 14. rest of the team played, the entire > i final quarter They ben(an with

way 1, thanks for the many things every- game. and did his center Job n goal and a little while later
rr, Idfya..; .., one has to be thankful for. The game was not quite as thrilling good, and when there was some dropped another, placing them j JIIHI

h sue t as the r'CNltVnltJo encounter passing to be done Cuple was generally ''one' point from a tie. Then tli,
uc. yn After the but was of a type In which ,
a.l Friday assembly meetIt on hand I Tornadoes renewed activity .ml
,drat x dawned on the minds of the smooth, clean and straight basketball J. M. C brought a l'ru'ltl'rj'II'ktP1I111 after two attempts, McMillan tin>I,
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lI! 11 vt student body that the big basket was exhibited In such a manner here They fought !tal1.IIII-1 I lall'IIM'; puss' and rang one. HI "I .
0000'ant r: r ball with J. B. C., that we feel sure that those and lose' the .
., 4 11 I game was approaching ly wore always ( on toward the last of lie game. Hag'''i il r
rwoes a1 II I ) and that u pep meet- who 1 contributed to the jioitablo heels of the Purple 1I'Orl'I'H. Their I l wile fouled and he tossed the bull I 'I, .
way ,. II Ing would be most appropriate So debles l set In motion on the elitel outstanding. difficulty serined, to through I tho net Alvarez still <
he drrl go } t. Fa I lit was (railed and, after fleeting lines received their money's worth. he !goal-shooting Tabulations !I hanging cm. just landed unothii. I' ;.

hrv.r'1Lowry" Hill Duncan and Elizabeth Andrews As for as basketball goes Friday show that they made. much\ mornuimuccesHfiil free! shot at the whistle up tli.HCOIP '

I11 1;';, I as cheer lenders they em- night's clash was an Improvementover attempts at the rim nt lfi-10 ,
yo al I barked upon the greatest show of that of a few weeks ago. than the WIlIIlPI'H.'lth them I The home girls didn't do quip

ngif'.all. I school spirit since the opening of While once It lolled like a collection onme Owen Orlflln, Miudfoid seuIor so well. They don't need any all I

xarnlu ; Hi In year's term. A number of yells of stars, the Tornadoes of of last M'ar Owen sliowpd) W, for they have one. The troulile -

doll,d,;p,, s s S 1 were reeled out In pretty funhlon, .Friday night looked like a team of his old, friends/ that he hami forgotten I was with the whirlwind defens"

nd 0 .,. mid l that night at the !game the stars Of course. there U plentyof how to play !guard, bring! 'Tills Is no reflection against Minxes
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Lrlbet' I noise was even Improved upon. room for improvement from the the outstanding player' of that position ) :Manning and Allgood We woudn't'
ctaJJui' This sort of thing Inca the school team-work angle hut still It looked with the visitors lie nlsa say that the visiting girls were exactly -
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m p. s good. I II << like u great machine that downed [ demonstrated/ that he has learned, i plump| but they were rather
Quo the lauded' colors of .I. H C. I enlng game in eflli'lent mnnuer.e big and If I they ever got the bullIt
3' ,_psl r C",.#w/.". 0<9' I With the clime of the 2nd school I As iisiuil ('lIpllllnIlIc! McMillanwas and we feel to nay that he Is was/ n case of hold high and toss
;' lit rA hr (r ,4w ) ,Pk month came another exhibition of high point man dropping the best olllclal to ever presideover until they scored The losers forwards

[allon- ; report cardH. The maJority seem baskets of a total value of !D) points. a I local I gill's !gnme Sternberg and Andrews

tors I Iered .. I to he fairly sat lulled with I heir I Johnnlo llagan! the oilier first There was out one score made, were all there and 1 Scoolle Andrews "

? I grades. The honor roll Is pub- team forward carried his r'putll'tlon In the opening pel'loci. A short time the (captain that girl KTNT
er
krlcg lished elsewhere In this pugo even ground helping! the after the Initial Alvarez '
on toss-up', when she gets going
amy iit9'4'.14' ,I I Draw your own conclusion. result along 3 points and( Sum Alvarez took u throw and rung the !goal 'Along about the third quarter,

r ,l11ad t bED Z.ulua The grounds of the school are star guard tossed In the Starke had the ball most of Ihe'.'when the girls spirits were noticeably ,

> teal ,0 J JE going through u general: period of other goal and a free point to boot time, when they appioached) scoring sagging, Scootle suddenly became .
tes of Sam the boy furnished the J. It. C, defense I
rae elevation In the past our front Speaking territory, I j a veritable cannon ball, and
Mild hits had, the habit of taking a little first l page drama In the tightened up The visitors opened the way she tore up the court

arI. d nil the rain water that fell and game though the fact wits not I the second. quarter fast, Icing (Continued on page 7.)
keeping It, and so officials deemed' I known until the following mornIng the score In the first few moments |
IghmWt re i It necessary to uplift It. For the | lie received, In the early pal.tof of piny J. H. ('. continued to

FlHtI _I past two weeks dump-trucks, tiae- the second, quarter. nn Injury threaten but finally McMillan\ got

akIa tors and other mechanical eontrlvlamea which held up the game but a the bull away from them for good Grove'sTasteless

M'1 have clone their part In the short while, and, when play win I and passed to Hagen who dribbled,
tEtLIVbAXI resumed, Sam was in his usual up and shot a two-pointer, the
.I betterment of the home of II. H
.I t,{ tn'>M,. S. territory hurt much worse than !score becoming II. II. S. 4 ; J. II. .
15'1" '.to'e' bE s anyone Including Sam luul any C. 2. Immediately after the tossup -
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taa' I 4'.11'4' TcirniKlorH/ Defeat. .1. H. (". \i Idea He finished the game, near- the Injured Alvarez took Ihl'l! Chill TonicIs

afa, Whirlwind. I.ose-s. ly three-fourth of It In. we suppose ball and passed McMillan! ( who i
lIly J-4 Last Friday' night before a large grnt pain. Sam tells u* that shot another Scores began pouring
an Excellent Tonic for Women
( I crowd of BO mo 20 basketball fans, his side hurt considerable that In In quick succession A J'
and
Children. 60c.
b Fa the I!r ml ford High Tornadoes night, so the following morning he R. C. player was fouled and l got!
i A package of Grove' Liver Pills fa
r I. .e oleo smashed l Its way to Its second victory .paid 1vh pNt of the season In as many i! the he hod broken\ rib some passwork by pagan and TASTELESS CHU.!. TONIC for thou
who with to tnke Laxative
games, laying low the boys o! Jacksonville :Anyone who can play three periods flitch carried the )hall to McMil: with the Tome.I' a. in connection
FIB-ST FL tO PLAJOTIIK ) 5ECOJOD 1 FLOOB PL.A.JO Business College to the I of basketball with a broken rib Ian who shot one, placing the Tor
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I with coat cloret on ono side. The light and ventilation.
( Ily It. C. hunter! and Bro. Archts. Throughout the plan arrrange- rIn
living Is and has
room large an
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tie'r4 New York ) meat the architects have held l to
More and more the trend of open fireplace. The dining room the desired features of economyand

building leads toward tho Kngllsh: / opens/ from the living room" with convenience, essentials for .

type. And there Is a reason, the n double opening and, the kitchen, any house that Is livable In the full
Colonial and, Dutch Colonial fully equipped together with din. sense of the word. A cellar Is provided rfJtlJv

U! houses! are numerous In many localities Ing alcove, and rear entry at the ].
et to an extent that Is tire buck of the house. The house measures 30 feet

some. The stairs go up from the rear 4 inches across the front so a lot

a} This little stucco house Is English of the living room, landing In n with u frontage of 45 feet! or more
w/ In Influence. The brick chimney hall on the second floor Thereare should be provided

t and, vestibule extension add three bed rooms and( tiled bath Complete working I plans 1 and

Of variety and harmonize well with with a sleeping porch off one bedroom specifications of this houso 'may ha

the dark roof un unusual feature obtained I for a nominal sum from
Tho tiichltects have worked out There are generous closets' with I the nullcllrig Editor Refer to

all details with extreme cure special closet for linen in the 1I01111811-A-IIG. stmaz
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,. ..-,- -- -,- .-.------ -- -----s I I Jacknonvllle. An order rontlnuI via Jacksonville and the Panama their presence here In paying:I' next few weeks of the ponslbllltlca Klacclenny: or more mills for
I r I Ing the case against the men, win I '"unill. It Is understood that other quantities.( An effort will bo made of lol>8terln In local waters. spinning and 1 weaving to be erected
went to trial Monday\ was signed I shipments of like magnitude will I near here soon; to employ at
N.w..1 Florida in Short Paragraph I by' lobster men to catch them In
by Judge Henry 1) Dayton In tin''I I be in a ile monthly. The Seaboard Stuart Locul chamber of commerm least 1500 people.Itomosassa$36,000.
I fill ted, States District court about:: j I Air Line Hallway also| carried un- i traps. Thono traps are struna 20 bond Issue r / .
I ,noon Tuesday.( Absence of a Rev.' IIth..r train load of (>.iid dtIii ('lUllII on a line and. sunk to I the bottom, snaking effort to secure alrI to be voted upon for constructionof (
: tTiinutnt witness was given by tin I ty products Ian! week cuiialHtliiK .\ thorough .test will he mailo the I dome here modern new school I

I [Live State News I Tnlted States District Attorney; of Fullers earth and lumber to I --
\illlnni M Ocher as the ground! Jacksunvlllv and northern (losllinitlona. .
I for the continuance. lie said lust ,
night that the two men would S i A plume of steam hits waved Its I Ithreat I f
be tried In Miami either In December KeyVe: t-IjiuiuliliiB of the of power for thousand of .
TOLD BY OUR EXCHANGES or January. first ferry boat for tho oversea year from the brow of old Veuvlu -
i Hut now enHluvexl.steam
highway from Key W(>Ht to tho
vide mankind with .
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Tallahassee,Florida's newly mulnlund, In Jackmuivllle Friday t d } s
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enacted law Imposing n license tax afternoon will l b" nttoiuled by Mon- s' Yl new high-ronipression. PI'O-J
Tnmpa--Improvement of 240 hugs to recover $1500 damages for upon all dealers In lubes and l lire roe county commissioners and it ;I lA Ill, ; ,4 HmUon gives the smooth,
wren of land In West Tampa as a alleged" negligence': In the hand I''Is now before the .state. supreme! number of Key: WeBt citizens. The power that. only team baa I
new municipal airport will begin 1 ling of a car of oranges. The order | court. The law, passed' at the paity left lure Friday night With fore delivered. j
next week as a result of approval of the lower court dismissedthe i 1927 session of the legislature/ ,, the first bout expected to bo In
of leasing the property Thursdayby Biilt. The supreme court also wax sometime ago held uucoiistl. iixu Dec. 15, county engineers Hull
the city commission. lilds will granted a petition of the Florida I, tutlonal t and invalid by CliciiltJudge tixliiy the highway would bo open ., la laI
bo submitted at the meeting Tues railroad commission for a writ of F. !M. Hollies, Tampa, In fur limited trutllc& at that time.
f day for clearing the ground of alternative nuinudnins against/ the his ruling. Judge Robles! iiniong each of the four lioiitn will nccommodiito -
stumps and transforming tho site name railroad in proceedings to oilier things, declared that tho act I'll niitoniolilloH and 125 s
into one of the best airports In the abolish tho station of I
Kwing near was Invalid because It sought/ tomine KHcngcni. The dlstancn to b.rl'I'rl'd
south. Tampa In rate computation. revenue from one source to In 4.1ialnemlllu mlh'H.
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Tallahassee continued demand Ja'k"onvilie-llow a successful S ( !firs Anna Laura,
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for Florida literature Is beIng Detroit, Mich, medical practice! ksonvllloDude county, with 24, and, her eldest Mon, 5, died w A rq
made upon the bureau of Immigration was given up) by a physician" to become three first prizes. took the agricultural about mldnlKht Frul.iy night from
I" state department of agriculture / delivery truck driver In honors at tits I Florida) liurnn BiiMtalned at sapper time
ofllcluls: of the bureau Jacksonville In following': the woman Slide fair Clay and, 1 Fin!gler; counties from an explosion( ulien the mot her -
I announced. Almost a day's mull he loved to Florida was related wore the runner-up. The agricultural wits light lug a fire In the wood( (
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brought/; request for over 10.000 In Magistrate J. S. Oclgcr's Judging resultsCitrus: .move with kerosene oil,
booklets Riving/ "Interesting facts fouit when Dr. Ralph A. Norrls. fruit. Hade, Clay, Flagler!; Leon, .
about Florida," they declared. One the physician and the woman were I Jefferson, Sunlit Rosa' Madison. Stuart smart tlHhOrllllllll'epurt Monarchs of Power
request alone, sent In from Or- bound over to the criminal courton I and Nassau: vegetables, Hade, I an unusual run of blue flHh and ,
lando, asked for 10,000 of them. a statutory charge Tuesday. | Flagler, Leon, Clay, Madison< (1,,<1- mackerel for I thin tines of (tho year
Providente Kliodu Island<1. wrote Warrants obtained by the wife of ,i mien, :Nassau; anti Jefferson. In past yearn I this run has not been Standard Models the
for 165, rioHton 100 and Vero Dr. Norris alleged that he and the e expected. before( !November: C, at (II 9-tncH tt'htrltxur" Through great companion invention to '
Beach the same union lit. A city woman had been living': together I JUI'kllollvllle--l'olh'eIlMII H. N. the earll""t.ot'; many fishermen Coach 1175 the I Super-Six principle, the I new Hudson

la Iowa requested, as many as here nearly a year. Dr. Norris. described Pliunnivr' and ,I, J. Itnrber were have arrived I an yet, but those who Sedan 1285 high-compression motor gives: the torque
could he sent. A large number of to the court as: once a I i wounded l successful. baby In Do- I285 smoothness I and I power of the I steam engine.Sedan
specialist .
those ('oilinfor/ such data are night!; in n /gun battle with an unidentified luck Wllllnm II. Merrill. said hint
firms which are conducting or are I ti-olt. was found to be driving': a negro, who was killed. week that ten lobster and, crab ,1385 _
planning to conduct u financial truck soliciting business and. making I After killing his wife. the. negro ;- fishermen. urn coming from" northern per1137Inch :
business with various communities deliveries for a local pressing according to Police Lieut. I':. New'; Jersey und will report at < u hrrlba....> formance and reliability that
of Florida, such as the purchase and of municipal bonds and, so i and declared "I have Just. peel to be able to produce, live lob- 7-PassenKerPh-'ti 1600 i immediately I and continuously I apparent lJ

forth bureau officials stated. J\lllIml-'lepllllt In a hail of bullets killed, my wife. I dare any of you at ere and soft shell crabs from" the 7-1 assenger S 1850A'prccff whether you drive;-your Hudson city block
S e through ,downtown( tratllc after to como and take me." The officers inlet C'ruwflMli known to the rt troll, or a hundred thousand miles.
Plant Clty--Starke district' Is they accidentally had attracted rushed. to the scene), the neg- fiHliliiR trade, an Klorlda lobsters, plus war iire*fojv : v

getting': ready for the harvesting': I' the attention of a city detective as gro opening fire upon them, Harbor are being found In those waters In
of one of the largest strawberry they drove past the Miami police being shot through the leg as largo numbers at pretient. Theyare
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crop. lu that section of Florida I station, three youthful bandits In he stepped from his automobile. the some aa lobsters. except HUDSON Super-Six
this year, according': to AttorneyJ an expensive stolen automobile collided I' PI u miller was wounded, In the hip. ,that they have no claws !Many
C. Poppell, who with Joseph I with IbUR and delivered e I ('oil ulssuers consider them superior -
Poppell and Earl Wells, visited In themselves practically at the jail l'allLlka-A new sedan stolen to the regular lobsters Within
Starke from Saturday afternoon door. They confessed, police said, near Lundy from Jack Merriam I I the lust few days a number of E. H. SMITH STARKE FLA.
until Sunday, afternoon. Mr. Pop- to a series of robberies'and thefts was recovered by Sheriff's deputies tlioHo Florida lobsters" have been ,
pelt stated that the acreage In the extending/ from Leighton, pa., W. Million! unit "-, M. Cannon caught In glllnets, which Indicates
Starke section Is large this your I which city all of them gave as their about three miles from Clreen I __ _u n ____ Un h .
and the berries seem to be coming': I home address. Five policemen Cove Springs after they bad, trailed -
along': nicely now, that section havIng ( iplled revolvers after the retreating the machine to Cinlnesvllle
not suffered from want of water automobile but the only person Stnrke and, buck to tlreen Cove
as severely as this Sl'l'tlolI'l Injured! was MK' ('nrrp :-l..uv: a Springs Mr.! Merriam, who, was lift
They are already picking a few passenger on the bus which put a I working In the neighborhood of
berries there, ho dinted. The out stop to the flight She was taken 'ie 1'11"IIW the thief enter the X r
look there at present Is iinusualy to a hospital suITl'rlllfrolll/ luju machine but was too far away to

go d. to her back. "I pre\ent him from driving': It off };>u can depend upon the 'IN 4
S When recovered( the niaclne' wall tq l t"1t }'
dealer who sells IVm-Am
Jacksonville--Ustabllbhment; In out of hilt uninjured, LI "
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Ocala, A large bus of tho Blue gas He is be PS '
rculuots. proved to 71
Bus Line, southbound from Jack- kHoiivlllo of a Sears:; Roebuck that the license plate luid beeni F { a + S?
reliable 'business
sonvlllo to Tampa, duo In Ocal.i at & Co., branch store handling/ tires i lipped' remove the Initial number a man before '
12 o'elocU.m\ wrecked at Mc- tubes, automobile accessories, radio In an effort! to disguise the we will give 'him 'he Pun-Am Jt g"
Int i-.li, 20 miles north of here on ( equipment nnd sporting goods, I Identity of I the car. A red t lire franchise.THERE'S ,
the P'xlo, highway! ; about 11 o'clock was announced, by II. L. llenll, 'I':I cover hud also been removed' from
Friday iRorn'ng'! The bus. failedto manager of the Sonlliciistei the spare and basal In the back
make a t turn, sir"a telephonepole branch of the company of the cur to reader the. machineless
and was badly dumnged S 'I conspicuous.
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Tallahasee-Time stnte supreme HolieitVeoch, charged with the tjulmy--The largest ,shipmentof \
court Tuesday affirmed 'Isle orderof killing of two cat>u suui-ii.ir.icn" : 1 fullers euilli ever retarded for
t'-'. '.l..rl..." .court for Orange and u secret service agent curly\ the mining': Industry In this I'OUI- '
cp-ntv In I the. i'a'"e of Chase and In ,August were taken from the t ty was made last week when a '
Company against the Atlantic. I city Jail Tuesday afternon and solid. trnln of the blenching clay ; : n
Coast Line Railroad., In proceed-. placed on a toast guard l cutter for I was shipped. to the I'nl'lttr"lIn t cart

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oe deserves special mention, and the nadoes will in the lead 83. Hut
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..Im B' ; : > even more unusual part about It, n little later, the referee again

"1i i onn.fof..:';. : ; : ;: Bradford High School bam hardly let up all during the called a Bradford foul and a Jax' 1

1 < entire game. Of course, he rouln't boy made free shot and a few HHI,,-
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oJ,. app Journal flash all of his Muff displayed In onds before the whistle made another -
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, :1.. i 1.4 t'A the Waldo, but he never becamea score advancing Ju>it j

4 ids........III"! .. ',,1'; f o hole in the Starke defense at points behind the Tornadoes. Tin- .

alum :'?: I Editor-in-Chief __ u________________ WILLIAM DUNCAN any rate. superiority of the Starke boys wu-, ,
.J'. ,'W Where Sam left off JoefOIPIIII! ,
"O"I"6lu '.,:<':. Associate Editor JOSEPH MALPAS evident In the 3rd quarter Mi -
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comernlaMlei, \ .; :" i the other guard began: Joe always Mlllan shot another lmmedlutel\ ;
'; ,} :. : ''I Sports Editor ---___________________ ELMER McMILLAN was a fairly /good) guard, but after the period l began, and aftc" r

,ot'\>"the btl : Joke Eldtor _______________________ JUNIOR McDONELLOn Friday night he was great.: Tho a spell of thunder McMillan wl,n I I
act betthe :, ;;::: J.. j unexpected Improvement was little fouled, and his free try was sin I IcOIIHfll1.
," t ; :j : W' : short of mlraculum. Breaking/: up It was Starke's ball ul-
lustsoriely r
fumbled balls,
passes pouncing on most continually but the ,
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, "." .';' .. Wednesday, Rev. E. It!. tune of 16 to 10. The whirlwind, throws, that
was
e that :,' shooting charity shots at the goal: that failed dui
way : Rooks pastor of the First 2 Metho< our etheletlcally inclined girls :Joe all over, throughout/ the game. Ing the remainder of the period l

.,In till < dilltlUrch.\ gave an interesting attempted to do as much to the There's nothing wrong with the didn't look so nll'e."Ih a ll-i',

,..uth..1. "< thanksgiving talk during the chapel ladles of J, B. C.. but were not : Tornadoes defense They've got; I score staring them In the fact.
t I the stuff. Cupla Hitch, likewisethe the J, II. C.
boys opened In UK
lhenoai exercises. In Ills talk Rev quite equal to the task, losing, 32- up
i 1 o Twa.Iy rest of the team played the final quarter. They began with,
: I Rooks empuslzed the need of
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'away 't. thanks for the many things! everyone : tire game, and did his center a goal, and a little while later" f
ere' iw, has to be thankful for. The game was not quite as thrilling good ; and when there was some dropped another, placing them ju"i
II Ifq"CUM ae'1Id 1 as the recent Waldo encounter passing to be done. Cu plo was : one point from a tie. Then th .'

Inca .' After the Friday assembly meetit but was of a type In which ,eially on hand 11.11-1' Tornadoes renewed activity, dual' >i
.11"del'Rtot, a.h" 4 dawned. on the minds of the smooth clean and straight nnsketbnll J. H. ('. brought; n after two attempts' McMillan tin"
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hid = A student body that the big basketball was exhibited In such a manner I team bore. They fought gallantly M.ilpus' pass and rang/: one ail, 1'
<'. a.hl N 1 /game with J. n, C,, was ap- that we feel sure that those : and worn always ,lose on th toward the lust of he game. Ilugm..

tentwnu ';! proiulilng, and that a pep meet- who contributed to the portable 'heels of the Purple' scorers.( Their was fouled and he tossed the but
way" ti U1ii1i Ing would be most appropriate. So debles set In motion on the sidelines outstanding;; difficulty seemed lo through the net. Alvarez slii;
he gb} t l tI tIia I It was called, and after electing received their money's worth. he gun h-shooting. Tabulations I hanging Oil Just landed anotli:
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desLihreu!} r At. t ayyxx I Hill Duncan and Elizabeth Andrews As for as basketball goes Friday show that they nude< much more Tree shot at the whistle tip th
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town'ur j 5 I I as cheer It Ifaders they embarked night's clash was an improvement unsuccessful I attempts at the rim score at 15-10.
y. pa'tt1'nglt '' I 1 upon the greatest show of over that of a few weeks uti'o. than the winners With them The home girls didn't do quli)
\, ,' school spirit since the opening of While once It loked like a collection came Owen flilllln; Urartford "II- so well. They don't need any alt
xunnl. !'I tills year's term. A number of yells of stars, the Tornadoes of lor of last year. Owen showedhis hi, for they have one. The trouh
lid 1 n + wore re'.II'IOllt\ In pretty fashion, I Friday night; looked like a team of I lint! friends l that he hasn't forgotten le was with the whirlwind defens.l '
de r a1)d r 'and Hint night lit the game; the : stars. Of course, thorp is plentyof how to ].Inc' /gimrd.: being This Is no reflection against Mlsse

1"ltJ"ta noise win even Improved 11011. room for Improvement from the the outstanding player of that pos :Manning and A11 good.: We woudn'l!
'tai11fud"t" yiMWw attw ew- w. My..IiG M.Ih. I This sort of thing does the school team-work angle, but still. It looked ition with the visitors. lie also say that the visiting girls; were exactly
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good. like a great machine that downed I demonstrated that he has learned plump I but they were rather

luxe the lauded colors of J. II. C. enlng game In efficient manner big. and. If 1 they ever got: the ball
11' .. ?C4f./c'Y".9.-u e I'ti. With the close of the 2nd\ HI boo! I As usual. Captain Mac McMillan: and we feel safe to Hay that he Is it was a ruse of hold. high and toss

..I I j ".p Ato-- .4i., )err month came another exhibition nf was high point< mini, dropping the best ofllclal I to ever preside until they scored. The losers forwards -
fall 1111 ... c.b, report cards. The majority seem bankets of a total value of 0!> points.Johnnlu over a local glrl'H game.; Steruberg and Andrewswere
anVtorrty ,.. lo lie fairly Hiitlsfled with (heir I < Hiignn, the other first There was out one score made all there and Scootle Andrews -

( grades. The honor roll Is piifollHheil team forward. curried his reputation \ In the opening peilod.l A short time the captain that girl N

"r..' kI7CgEq elsewhere In this page./ on even ground, helping the after the initial IOSH-UP, Alvarez'I!T. N T. when she gets going
a1n 1:4 I \Draw your own contliislon.: result along :3 I points and Ham Alvarez took a throwln and rang the goal.: I Along about the third quarter

11 :K'd11' bED e2I The grounds of e the school are ftlnr guard tossed In the Starke had the ball most of the'' when the girls spirits were notice-
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1 O I going through general period of other /goal: and a free point to boot. time when they approached ncor- ably sagging; Scootle suddenly became -
:tal I Speaking of Sam the buy furnished i hIlt territory, the J. n, C. defense ]1 a veritable cannon bull and
elevation. In the past our front I
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: (4U.rt! I J yard has had the habit of taking/ u little first page: drama in the tightened up. The visitors opened the way she tore up the court

Irl : L1lu a i nil the rain water that fell and game, though; the fact was not the second. quarter) fast, tielngl (Continued on page 7.)
the following morn- III the ilrst few moments )
deemed known until the score
and officials
t I Ij keeping it, so
It.ml } : It necessary to uplift It. For thepiiBt (ling. Ho received. In the early part of play. J. H, C. continued. to

Iglmd': two weeks dump-trucks, traetore of the second.) quarter, an Injury threaten, but finally :McMillan got Grove'sTasteless
which the but a them tor C0,1.011I1 ,
tee. j and other mechanical contrlv- held up game the bull away from / '
n I 'i Mil LEE lunceH have done their part In the short while, and. when play was passed, to Hagen/ who dribbledup
resumed. Sam was III his usual and shot a two-pointer, the
-i "' betterment of the home of II. II.
ar".t.t.tII'Ux LisIYt'.ro1:1bGb': M S. territory hurt much worse than score becoming 11. II, S. 4 1 ; J. B. .

t ; bE .-- anyone, Including. Sam had any C. 2, Immediately after I the tossup -
t".1otlji" 4'.11'4'i ToMlJHllM'H, l Ilereat .1. II. C', .\.. idea. He finished the game: near- the injured Alvarez took the Chill TonicIs
i clu \Vlili-lwliu1] I.OH.-H. ly three-fourth of It In we suppose ball and passed to McMillan who |

,, ': Lust Friday night before a large grat pain. Sum tells us that shot another. Scores began pour an Excellent Tonic for Women
Ii 1: crowd of Homo :20!t basketball fans, his Hide. hurt considerable that ing In In quick succession. A J. and Children. 6Oc.
} the Bradford High Tornadoes night; RO the following morning he n. C. player was fouled and got
I A packaga, or Grove'. Liver Pills. I.
1.1"" .! smashed its way to its second vic- .'paid a visit to Dr. Parks and discovered the free shot and a little later, enclosed with every bolllo of GROVE'S
-- -- tory of the season In as many the he had a broken rib. some passwork by lIagan and, TASTELESS CHiLL TONIC for those
1 J who wish to tnko a Laxative in connection -
tlveMt games, laying low the boys o! Jacksonville 'Anyone who can play three periods Rltch carried the hall to McMil with the Tonic;
.' FL4 PLA/0/ 'sf'COA FLOOB. PLM3t Business College to the of basketball with a broken rib!lan: who shot one placing the Tor-
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I j TIIK: 1'(NIL'I': OF TIIK: 1'.: OJ.lSIl The entrance Is In a vestibule hall. All bed rooms have ample

perl, I with coat cloret on one side. The light and ventilation. I

pal ( fly II. C Hunter and Bro. Archts. living room is large and has .'in Throughout the plan arrrange-
its New York ) meat the architects have held to
.... More and more the trend of open fireplace. The dining room the desired features of economy

Jj'' building leads toward the English opens from the living room with and convenience essentials for

type And there Is a reason the a double opening and. the kitchen, any housethat, III livable In the full
Colonial and. Dutch Colonial fully equipped together uitb dining sense of the word. A cellar Is provided 7jott/v

.j houses are numerous In many localities alcove and rear entry at the ,
14. to an extent that Is tire buck of the house. The house measures 30 feet
"i some. The utalrs go: up from the rear .1 I Inches across the front so a lot

This little stucco house is English of tho living room, landing In a with u frontage of 45 feet or more
I In Iiiiill'ace. The brick chimney hall on the second floor. Thereare should be provided.
1 and. vestibule extension, add three bed rooms and. tiled bath Complete working plans and
1)to variety and harmonize well with with a Bleeping porch off one bed) specifications of this lion so may bo
the lurk root room, nit unusual I feature. obtained for a nominal sum from
Tho unhltectH have worked out There ure generous: rlosets\ witha I the Building. )';dltor. Refer to

all details with extreme cure. special .closet for linen in the 'I !House \11-A-110. ([hrhltmaZ



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Irplaoe development* indicated 1C ever been found in any considerable might never have. been found< A)
I cent transoceanic flight seem to quantities the United State government -Anyone exporting helium except .
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oQo -,...- ,- --.... -------------.. I I Jacksonville. An order contlnu via Jacksonville and the PannniiiCarnil. their presence bore In paying I noxt tOw weeks. of the poaslbllltlen Macclenny) or more mills for
I > ,,11I1t the case against the men who I It Is understood that other luuntltles. Au effort will be made of lotiHterliiK in local waters splnnlns and weaving to be erected
i went to trial Monday, was signed shipment of like magnitude! will S e e near lucre soon; to( employ at
New. ot Florida in Short Paragraph, I by lobster men to catch them In
by Judge Henry n. Clayton In Hit 1 be made monthly. The SeubonrcAir !least 1500 I"pol1le.UomoRa8sa$311.000. .
;. I SOon I Stuart !Local chamber of commerce .. w
I raps These traps are strung
,J I'rilted States District" court about Line Hallway uUo curried another bond Issue w
of line and slink to the bottom. making\ effort! to secure ulr- i
noon Tuesday. Absence" of u government train loud ladnilen l County a to be voted upon for construction
: witness was given by the ,products last week ftxiHlxtliiK A thorough tent will bo Hindu I tho I dome liere. of modern new

I Live State NewsTOLD I I United States District Attorney of Fullers earth uiut lumber to -- -- school'S.
William M. Gober us the groundsfor .lackBonvllIe/ and northern domination .
the continuance. He said last *.

night! that the two men would t < A plume of steam ha* wired its. I )
bo tried In !Miami either In December \\'p..t--IMlllndlln/t of the threat of power for thousand. .* of I
BY OUR EXCHANGES or January. first ferry boat for the oversea. year* from the brow of old Veuylus. -
1'\ Hut now en.luveilsteam provided -
highway/ from KeyVest to the
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mankind with Its amooth
__ __ ____, Tallahassee--. -Florida's newly mainland\ In Jacksonville Friday 14 mightiest power. And now. in
enacted law Imposing license" tax afternoon will uu attended\ by Mon- new high-rompreaiilon
Tnmpa--Improvement of 240 ( IIIKS to recover, $1500 damages for upon all dealers In lubes and tires roe county oommlHHlonerg and a MtidHon give* the smooth, "lIt'J 1''
acres of Land lu Went Tampa as anew alleged negligence' In the hand- Is now before the state supreme number of Key West rltl/eni. The power that only atcum ha
municipal airport will begin 'I'linK of a car of oranges. The order court. The law, passed at the party .left here Friday nlghl. With fore ilvtiverrtl. !
next, week ns a result of approvalof 1 of the I lower court dismissedthe I 1)27! :! session of the legislature! t the first boat expeeled: to he In
leasing the properly Thursdayby Bull. The supreme court also was sometlmu ago held ulleoll..UI use Dec 15, county eiiKlneerH cult.
the city commisHlon. Hlcls will granted u petition of the Florida I till 10111\1 and invalid by Circuit today the highway would, be open) -- r I
f he submitted at the meeting Tuesday railroad commission for a writ of I Judge! .'. M. holies, ut. Tu III Ilia. In for limited tniltle at that Unto.huch .
for clearing the ground of alternative manadmus against the I his ruling. Judge Kobles. among : of the four hams. will accommodate '
stumps and transforming Ilio site same railroad in proceedings to other things, declared that I Ihu net :-0!t nutomoblloH and 120
Into one of the best airports In the abolish the Btatlon of Ewing near was Invalid because 1 It sought< to IHIIIII"ng'I' The distance to be
south. I Tampu, In rate computation. raise revenue from one source to ferried I In 43: inlleH. ,
S servo another purpose.' ''I

Tallahassee uontinuvil demand I Jnc'ksollvlllo--lIow a successful (ialneHVllIc :?l re. Ann.i Laura

:' for Florida! literature Is being Detroit Mich.. medical" practicewas ,11I'k..onvlllo--l1l1de county with ::!M. and 'her eldest son B, died R w n.
>> made upon the( bur.-nu of Immigration /given up by a physician to bu- three first prlies. took the agricultural : about midnight Friday. nlsht, from I
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state (department of agriculture / I come a delivery truck driver In honors at Ihe Florida ; borne BiiHtulneil tit supper. (lime
olllcluls of the bureau Jacksonville lu following the woman State fair Clay and Flagler ,counties from un explosion,, when the mother t rwalesteer.
t IlInollnl'ed.Imost a day's mull he loved to Florida was related were I the runner-tip. The agricultural :- wan lighting a fire In the! wood .aratrMonarchs
brought for Magistrate: J. S. Oelger's Judging results: Citrus Hlovo with keroHone all
: request over 10,000
booklets Klvliig: "I II Iprelll III It facts court when Pr. Ralph A. Norris ( fruit Dade< Clay.' Klugler, Leon e e
about Florida," they declared. One the physician and the woman were 1l'fr..I'I\OIl. Santa Rosa! Mudlson. Stuart- -Stuart fisherman report of PowerStandard .1
request) alone sent In from Orlando bound over to the criminal court and Nassau ; vegetables' Dade I an unusual I run of blue fish and 1.
asked for 10,000 of them. on a statutory charge Tuesday. Flagler, Leon ('Iny, Madison (indsden m.ickerel for thin (time of the >"enr.
Provident. Rhode Island wrote Warrants obtained by the wife of I Nassau and Jefferson In (Past years this run has not been Models
!Dr. Norris alleged/ that he and the Through the great companion invention to
for 165. DoHton 100 and Vero expected before November 5, at (1".me".MrI_)
Beach the same amount. A city woman had been living together I .Iurk"ollvillo-I'oll'pnuin H. N. I tho earl lest. Not many fishermen Coach '1175 the I Super-Six principle I the I new Hudson { '

la Iowa requested ns many as hero nearly a year Dr. Norris, described (Plummer and J. J. Harbor were have arrived as yet, but I theme who Sedan 1285 high-compression,: motor ,gives: the torque S
could be Bent. A large number of to the court as once a I wounded not seriously, Friday are hero are having remarkable <127-ftK*whrrlham)
those railing for such data lire successful baby specialist la Detroit night In a gun 1ml I IB with an unidentified luck. William 11. Merrill said last Coach . I285 smoothness I and I power of the I steam engine.These '
firms which are conducting or are was found to be driving a negro who was killed. week that ten lobster und crab Sedan 1385
planning 10 conduct a financial truck MnlltIllubusllleRs/ and making After killing his wife, the negro flHliermen are coming from northern Ctistom-Dtiilt Models two Hudson inventions give a performance -
business with various communities deliveries\ for a local pressing according to Pollen Lieut. 10.K. New Jersey and will report ut (I i 7-Inch n.ltfrlha.tr) and reliability that
of Florida such as the purchase and cleaning concern. ParrNh, telephoned to headquarters Stuart by November 1. They expect Brougham '1575 supremacy areimmediately .:
.. to be able to 7.PassengerPll..tnn 1600 I I and continuously I apparent .j'
of municipal bonds nnd BO and declared "I have Just produce' live lob-
forth bureau otnclals stated.riant I l\IllIml--'lepllllt In a hall of bullets : killed my wife. I dare any of you Hlfin und sort shell crubH from the 7-Passenger S 1850 whether you drive:y our Hudson city block ,"
*- through downtown traffic after '' to come and take me." The officers Inlet. C'rawflHh, known to the AI.s '""' ". hundred
; : thousand
: : :\.n: or n miles. I
Clly--fHl1rko district Is they accidentally bad attracted, / rushed to I the scene the neggro falling trade IIH Florida. lobsters uvr I
getting ready for I the harvesting I the attention of a city detective as I opening lire upon I them, Burger are being; found In these waters In
of one of the largest strawberry they drove pant the Miami police being shot through the leg/ as large/ iiunibtTH ut present, They
(reps iu. that section of Florida station, three youthful bandits In :'he stepped from his automobile ire the Hume as lobsters except. HUDSON SU er-Six
this year according to AttorneyJ. I an expensive stolen automobile collided Plummer was wounded In tho hip. I but they have no (''''I WI. Many :
C. Poppell who with Joseph I with a bus and. delivered onnoHHuera consider them superor -
Poppell and Karl Wells, visited In I I themselves practically at the jail l'ullltkB-A new sedan stolen to the regular lobsters Within
Starke from Saturday afternoon door. They confessed police Raid near Lundy from JUl'kJl'rrlum! the last. few days a number of E. H. SMITH STARKE FLA. ..
until Sunday afternoon. Mr. Pop- I to a sprieR of robberies' and thefts was recovered by Sheriff's deputies these, Florida lobsters I 101 vo. boon ,
pelt stated that the acreage In the pxtendlng from Leighton, Pa., W. I. !Mlnton and W. !M. Cnri- aught In gllluets, which Indicates
I I Clutch city all of them\ gave as their about three miles from Green .
Starke section Is large this year nan ----- -- - ,
and the berries semi to bo coming | home address Five policemeniptied Cove Springs after they had trailed r
along nicely now that section having S revolvers after the retreatIng the machine to Gainesville. r'I r's
not suffered from want of waIter I I automobile but the only person Starke and back to Green Cove ;I
Injured WilD: SINirw( ; ; :l.aw, a
us Hnverelj! as this section. Springs. !Mr. Merriam who was
They are already picking a few I passenger on the bus which put a working III the neighborhood of'ie
berries then. bo titated. The out I stop to the flight. She was taken car. saw Ihe thief enter the .
look there at present is unumialy to a hospital suffering from lain '- nine hi Mr but was too far away toprevent 6A S
go d. I,I i to her bark I him from driving: it off '}' 1'
OH can defend upon the
recovered tho marine
When
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OcnlaA large bus of the nine I JacksonvilleKstubllbliinent. In ; out of Itall ,hilt was uninjured except dealer who sells Pun-Ant e5 QL F/yn
He ii roiriJ be
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Jacksonville of Roebuck been
from a ellrH. : that the license plate: had t
Bus Line, Hoiithhound '
& Co., branch hand IIug tires. a reliable/ business nun he/ore V
due In .Jo'k-I store Honvllle to Tampa I' \
wrecked at ]MPIntJMh. tubes automobile accessories! radio In an etl'ort to disguise/ we will giic him 'he Pan-Am ,
12:! oVlocU. wni -
20 miles north of here on equipment and sporting: goods, I .Identity. of the car A red Ihl'J /ruttcfiise.THERE'S p p1K

the P'xl"' highway about 11 o'clock was nnnouiiced by II. L. 11'nll.j(I cover had also been removed' from I
Friday Inm'n'ThE'' / bus failedto manager of the Southeastern the spare and tossel] In the buck '
branch of the/ company. of the! car to render the machine
make a turn, snu; telephone
polo and was' badly damaged less conspicuous.
.. 1\1Inml-lIorll'o Alderman and II. .

TullnhjiHpp The state supremo Robert \Veoch charged with the I Julncy-Tho largest shipment
court Tuesday affirmed the I: orderof killliiK! "f two (Oust Kimr.Ur.ifii; of !Fullers earth ever recorded for I a dIL
!t'. c'rf''"'' court for Orange I and n secret Service agent earlyIn I I the mining, industry in this "con t j
ee' nty in the HMO of ('himo and ,August were taken from the ty win' made\ : last week when .1'''
Company against the Atlantic' .city julL Tuesday uflernon' and solid train of the! blenching clay' :
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Coast Line Railroad In pror.occl- placed on a const guard cutter for i was shipped' In the !Pacific smut ,




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Pan-Am gasoline is sold notice a difference in the power, speed k;

from pumps with visible bowL, and mileage ot your car with clean Pan

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The contrast ot various countries rainbow, and a medley of flgurM In !and here eoio* ro&e rampant, 'I'M removes all clogging dirt andsediment
,r *totted on a Round the World Cruise rlotoue colon make the pulse beat : twiuiara/ ins peleow) end "brlifbcly ....... process [:!: It will also I pay you to insist on the i improved
Ii lemarkable. District wholly different faster while spirits soar. Punciitl. :ored mosque with their n.......- ; as well as the corrosivesand
"L: are but a few mile apart, the capital of Madeira, and the I1nt minaret and l'IomNClaw IOC__ I Pan-Am motor oil. This tougher I
of .la radiant with gaily colored I of tech carbon-forming elements found
: jf' comparatively, and possibly the key- port call. beauty. country boa
\-7 i rse of contract 1* color. Today we boueee and garden; CostumeS I thin* olntlnctiT. -,.,... ........ oil( retains its body in spite of engineheat
bear much of color psychology the are likewise. brilliant. In color. Naples and if the tovrtet wee m sw a.e in i many gasolines.gasoline:: I .
.1.#.-1 fleet It bas on people and animal with the wonderful blue of its Na contrast of !WI.... n* v:.:: >eii..jbe I I and friction ; protecting!: cylinder( I
I "ytd bow I* even affect health and and ky, with Mount Verurtu at one more Interested to ooaar J nHiufrjt' ;. I Clefln means a cleaner motor walls and bearings effectively.
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Color add to the beauty: and atcUvenes and Proclda tn the distance, affords of Auatralla.: which cell b'OOI1'" I
of almoet every port In a vision of lovellnes York December 2. will take vorVf
4t (toe world. Tn land-cape and aeae Japan tn cherry blossom time III I a cruise _T llftrw fA these tera
: tutor' colon la arcfiltoenr both fairyland of color and sunshine, and countries wture oolor n* wltH t
. exterior and lauarlar. ttw colon vcnky I I Pup,.... tower* abore Uie e masses of neat?.. al&I WIll festal M4AO I I Pan American Petroleum Corporation
: pnoc-. pauper or peaeann vary of btoom. n* wnj.* euaaml eon- mile and return *a New To to Ut (
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'I' Mrs Iluynes served her guestsa The hostess, assisted by Mrs J. J. ALACHUA FAIR duct la much superior. - f fIII

,I'ihen 1'0 I'ue I delicious shrimp salad course Lamb, Mrs. W J. Kpperson, Miss : A I the building devoted to negro

: ala'Ity with Iced ten Those enjoying! the Ethel Griffin and Mrs Dale Van- GENT WORD ,-:ftibits. many indications of pro r

Mwelm a. afternoon were, : Mesdnrnes S L. xl<'kel of Gainesville, served a delicious SHOWS VALUEOF gress in negro education were in.

' 'oJlnii1,1 \ !I'l'-k+ L. Wymnn J. L. Peek J. salad course with hot tea COLUMN evidence lit hool exhibits from
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,Inc tit a ac (' Robinson, (0. L. lieutdey:! A. Z r BREEDING over the county, and especially

I>ur'al'P1('!\,. Adklns. C. A. Knight W. M. Waln- The Starke Chapter Number WARNING-Persons trespassing from the Aluchua Training

p. 'wright, i 1': M. Johns, G. M. ]noun 160, O. E. S. held their regular I on any of my enclosed hands. School, were very creditable

.Cunuq.lad5. H.) c. Jones and, X Stern- business, meeting In tho Masonic hunting, uhootlna, flushing. or Gainesville? Nov.-The val- Friday morning a negro jubilee On

, .ban. Phone 29 berg hull Monday nIght. Owing to the I with dogs will be prosecuted to ue of a !Rood sire in the dairy herd 1500 voices filled the grounds with or
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,'e tit I.I Illness and absence of the Worthy the full extent of the law. Land wan forcefully brought out in an negro; melodies.

'tloiruatod :Mil. .%M) :MltS. sri'.MI": Matron, Mrs. Eva Anderson, Mrs. Hen north and south and Includes exhibit at the Aliuhtia County The exhibits by club boys and

i\Tiur.\iv: W. E. Micldletou presided Mattersof Alligator Creek. J. W.
to Le, w. SI I. s. KI.I.VF: : W..CJoItS. ; two weeks or more by Sturke's besttiiletit *. Fair held here lust week. The girls were up\ to the usual stand i
"comeralsuaet. Mr. R. 1 V. Di'lllolOHt Is illriitliiu I :Mr. and Mrs.\ K. I'" Stump en- importance being discussed dur- Alvarez. 11-25-lt ard. Mrs. Warren had several exhibits -
ing the exhibit was put on by the Animal
of Iki. the (play and has Hel"'leclII. ;jtertulned' members, of the Twen- evening from club girls and women
,pv0s'auv't .L1'.1+ The XVonmn'H Mlsslnoiiiy. So- > four art play, "The Girl: From Century club at their home FOIl SALE-Good 4-room house industry Department' of the Florida while County Agent; Fred Craft

1 tho rlety! of I the Methodist: church helda Out Yimdi'r., u sea eoast play las Thursday evening. A profu- Mrs. G. M. Inman. as the delegate In Starke. $1,100.00. Sterl 1 Experiment Station, and consisted had various exhibits from the
. t bURfnl'MsI1Ec'llIll( Monday afternoon ''slon. from the Starke Woman's Courtney, Starke, Fla. 11-18- boys Mr. Craft
llaa.orld' of Is
.. with a 111'1'1.tory.. In the rust ruses and chvsanthemums of a "orse chart showing general mana- I
'. at the club house, raid among used in Club and Mrs. J. W. Killian of 2t". ger of the fair, and Is
: will he Keen Miss Klhel.: Grlllln I I IMm |I were decorating the rooms, the Improvement of daughters ov- responsi
f that the business tnmmii, 1 Black Mountain, N. C., who Is
< wax Ullell'.Uoll while the ble In a large measure for Its
way.. )K; M Johns. In the title 1'01".1 I i guests w re shown toIh1'1r Collards er their damn The animals were stir.costs. -
; C. O. D. PLANTS-Cabbage, -
of officers for the visiting her: father, J. J. attended
III UWI ranting :Mm. Fred Sapp.' Mr! I I.. I I''. Smith places lit the four tables by Truby, and Onion rlsht there to show for themselves. .
, Cabbage
Savoy
"tithe which remitted follows the nnnnal of
meeting Section
year us : -
ut 4tln1 Plunk, 'ol""lpr( tlIl1fur l Hitch, : guy turkey tallies.At / too. -- -
ps President Mrs A. Wood. Five of the Florida Federation plants. SOO, 05c; 1,000 $1.00: "JlII'S
I MLnil: McMillan: + and, R F. Demorent. I the conclusion' of the games, Many other Interesting exhibits
thenOt Vlio, l I'l efficient, :.MisV. G. Mrs. \V. of Women's Clubs! In Orange Also( very best early snow ball -
Walnwrlght an winner also in evidence at the fairTho .
IU'l'WC' balls Park Monday.Mr. cauliflower\ plant. 100. 50c; COO were A bowl of crackers,
, soup and
of
Iy, co Itetueeii the Arts, Nat top score was presented with community exhibit from 1.111'allol' a
H'I'I'II-I' $2.25 ; 1,000, $t.00, Good plants dish of baked
KiMtPlniyMrs J. W White - ---- food costs
:rM:'YI h.tga.ry;;; berg, III him k tutu skit and a lovely curd table cover. Mr. O. )' wus one of the main attractions Just ox-
' cannierMiss: Amelia Ray, i L. Ileutdoy and Mrs. O. A. Andreu, and and prompt shipment guaranteed actly eight cents at the Mlccosukee
made
Andrews and Ruth high
beth BternberKIn { and Mr. S. in the exhibit hall. It
d oo.l The president made the following I L. Peek low for the Mrs' Delia lagan I of Stuart, spent Schroer Plant Farms Valdosta school, in Leon county
,use singing and dancy acts Theprlf men and each the Ga 11,4.1125FOn Included almost everything one I
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appointments: week-end In Starke with Miss
""u a. ioiIl li 7fic and 'tho entire pro ( received a cleclf of cards. mould from taro In
expert a even
mo. comparatively few'
.. ceeds will go to the Woman's Club candles were sere SALEYellow chrysanthemums I
Id ht Florida. The canned foods{ and
<,. a. A. I Dnvls I Irunil!' l.cl, in fill the theatre' to I I led during the games and lit the students of Bradford High School $2.50 and $3 per dozen; other work bv the women! of the I I I Mirlctk'B. of pecans that will pay In
,ucontvent Leader of Circle No. 2-Mrs. WG lose who die staying with Mrs. Audreu' rioilda. Some of them are Stuart
J capacity a delectable thicken salad Pansy plants ready to bloom, ('hl'b materially.
I I111'1. Mloanopy helped
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Hullo and :
, i I Mrs. ]la an's sister, Schley( Success Curtis Moore.
wnot ------------ courso with fruit cake and hot $3 per 100; Gladioli Bulbs 50o to Rive (this exhibit the blue rib
Siiiicrlnlcndcnt of C'hlldien's :) HUM-: iTHitrisMrs : : ihiicolnte I was, served, to the following Miss Hannah Swindell dozen; Pearl Narcissus $1 :Moneymaker, and Randall./
he leetdeer ( per
Work :MIH K:. K: )'
('rrymllll. -- bon.An
I| plnyern. : Mr. and !Mrs. W.'M per dozen; Phone orders given exhibit which attracted much
tIown' A. Z. Adklus. visiting Mr. and Mrs. \\T.V.. Huls- beaux to be shipped from Palm
urpii: to II"fI..rn..11. fridge. flub lit Andrews Jr., Mr. and Mrs, O Gertrude Godbey Anderson, various singes of the tong oil Industry -
Wiii Publicity--!Miss Amelia/ Ray dell this week 1Jlll'h county moved from the Dell
y.' + I her' pretty, homo last! ThuiKday atoprdrd- L. lleiiHlcy. Mr and Mrs N. Stel'n- Florist, Waldo, Fla. 10-2 8-5t- neglnnlng with the forest -
Mission Glade-Chosen station
Sup' : KM : October ,
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.viiixaml RooksSocial ternoon. The tcioms weie 'berg, Mr. and :Mrs S. L. Peek, Mr IIII'M.V.. W Ilnlsden and Tate 11-25. photographs! sowed l the .
",id I on suite and dt'coiated. t with vases and Mrs G M. In man. !Dr. and stages! of development of a grove Winter Haven-Pavements being -
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Service Chairman Mis l Denmark
-- were visitors to Jacksonville FOR SALE Corn, on ear $1.25per
Mrs -
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of lovely lirjMiintliemums( find lllggs! Joe Trilby !Mrs
A laid south side
dnOJn J. II. (Kid !li,. of the tung nut trees sampleof on of North
x Monday.
ferns' Diilnty tallies ,directed Ihog1egtx .1.I W Kllllan of 1II/1'k Mountiiln, 80-lb. Hurrel. Shelled
,IY.Ie'Ia Florida tung oil and Chineseoil Third street block between avenues -
t Supt." Hu""lIl'lIMrM. T. J. Griffin N. C., and Miss -- ---- $2.f> 0 per hundred pounds delivered -
III. to tlic-lr pliues lit the tnh- Margaret! Long! showed that the Florida nand C Northwest
etal1 loa, on which were placed bankets' I -._?.- ______ .-_ IIh'l hs to Starke. D. W. Moore pro
/'' Voice, Al'llt1IIn. J, \\'. White. of nulled. peennsAt I MISSION.\HV :Slllit: ..'MIAI : I Mr. and, Mrs. George W. Rivers.Starke. II. F. D. Starke Fla. 11-lltf.

uoetjyJ, .--- i I --- a daughter' Nov 18th _:_ ..:; : c,
the climi of tin MIHI .
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: Clulo COUKTNKY'S PLACE ON
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IlaptlstMlHHlomiry Mrs Jl'HRleIny: linker, Starlce, ,
: t II 1.\1.I : I). L. lIeuIII..y I WIIH presented with for oils. candy, ... 'j
Soiletv gave a Mlsslon- a daughter, Nov 18th.Don't KIIS. ,
t, a handsome card 'tahli',I ,''IIMT. as '
Call. (5 iiry silver I tea Tuesday, fl !boy overalls, groceries, notions -
eel t Next Monday night! at 8 p. m, I holder+ of high sore. und :Mrs A. [rent three to five ut the benutlful U <'rllllll ) miss the-Dob-,-llemorestp'esentallun numlwle.lic Steel t'otirt- J. R. DAVIS & CO. m'
rurtq at the Theatre 7. AdlcliiH. the holder of seined,
Gaiety In the time! ( '
urea<<; homo of Mr. and 1 Mrs J. II. Lordon of "The Girl: from Out hey Stai'ke. 1125ItoFOR
erpi" set to pull off I the hlic l 1Iay! which was given a hand-made hnnclkerhlcf Madison utreot! The Yonder Gaiety Theatie, Monday\
4: if has been In rchcnrsnd for the past I <' rooms S.\LN-Olle upright piano In
"' night, November 28Remember
am 111 1'1'0 beautifully decornted with
INSURANCE
y t1' wises of IIIHC'H and baskets of chry 0--- __ _____ perfect condition Inquire Geo. ;illl
I' \ -- '-- .. I. "The A. Marcotte at I Kant. End; Groc-
art t,4:., santhemums.'Ibeire Monday night; -
t'rer1 8 ( T were about thirty-five Girl from Out Yonder" at Gaiety ery. _It.
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Cab 4 fill i Play guests present to enjoy the following Theatre, benefit of the St ""Is"Woman's -Floral City- -UltlH received for AGENCY ESTABLISHED 1886 I II

iii.e program: Club. I IyAt conotriietlon of 2 miles of hard-

ti.I .' i/I/i ? "America", bv Blx-plc-ce ordies- surfaced highway 16 feet wide STARKE
r..t h BRIDGE the opening sale/ of the new- II
I t Ira consisting of Miss: GiiHHle Mao known as Floral City and Floral :
aid, t I'I't" Dennett, ;Miss until Guest Master ly established hog market in Lafayette i Island road! I i

.". I d:6.. series Julian Peek, Illllle Parker Lomb county the farmers of that' : :

1927.28 ty :Mis J. J. La mho Mrs L. V. Will- section iceelved over two thousand '

Wynne Ferguson lace at the piano. dollars. County Agent I D. -

"loJ't" Fs t I Vocal number "Thank God for C Geiger Is largely responsiblefor
.
;.j- a Author of "PRACTICAL AUCTION BfUDGBCopyriiilit a lardt'II.--IIIr'a. II. .I. Slav 1M.V..III tho e.al>llshment/ of the mar

of i-, 1927, by lloylc.Jr s number, "Old Vh'gluia- ket. -
Mrs. It. J. I hI v-1>f-ttt1.J Mlsa Kllu-l

nh f Griffin Miss Ethel Gilflln at the ,
ARTICLE No. 8 piano. POLITICAL

b Tlieothor evening the writer had. the Hearts 10. 9.8 i Vocal number, ".Snl11ptllII111'M. (',.,"--

rtll j pleasure of ,, );were one of the New Clubs- A, I K, y, 4 J. S. liuller Mrs. )Dale VanKlvkel Announcements
upl, Care] Clubs / the informitory 1)i.lutonds-, ..iSpades I nt tho ,,10110."tlllr .
| double is not rccogm/eel nor platel. K, 10.4.2 I -- I'' AnnouncingPharmacy
Iii After the there Sininicle'd Runner, nnd'When 'CMC I'\X f 01.1.1.(001'011:
j jUWq game was over, was n No fceon-, rubber Z dealt and bid
j spirited discussion the merits game I 'the Morning Light laIlrpuklng. Hiivlnir born urged. l hv my friendsand ,
ns to and club .
? one A bid one spade Y doubled I ." ft>.*liiK] that I nut duty rimiliflt,
dementi of the! informatory double and H passed.Vhat should Z bid" Hy orchestra I hereby nnimume myself a piimllilnto -
two I Most ofthc( I objections. were based on Should lie, regard the double of ne"pael" Vocal numbers 'TurlsHlmn'' for OMtce of County Tax ('.'lh'etor -
1i'' specific instances where I the of the for Kriulfnril enll>l"Y. Klni'lila.
use '
t as informatory or as a business and "Little Lad O'Dieams; Mrs.J .
su hum to the ]>'-mc>intlc i'i'i mury ,
w informatory double wasJtgtst roils; but, doublet In cither case, what should he .1.V.. Andrews. Jr., Miss Ethel next Juno
w I I upon analysis, every one of these cases do? W. 12 TOROnn ,I
; proved only that the player in fault hail Such double is I Gi; Illln ut the piano
; a a business double -- ----- -
p used the informatory double wit bout a and shows that U thinks he can defeat Vocal nunibui, "Jesus', Will" T brr eLy nnnoiineo myself a cnnill- j Butler
( I proper| understanding, of what he was the one spade, bid Any double made by I Mrs. J. S. Butler, Mrs Dale Van- d Lttn I fur thn. ntHi'n nf Tnx C'ollHCtor 1 : I 1 1nf
1 11 I Itrnd foal County' I solicit the i
(doing First understand what you are a player after his partner has bid !Is. slckel nt piano. Hiippftrt of the voters nf the t'nnntyand '
'doing' and then if you don't Kit good$ business double and\ intended to defeat I The neat little sum of $10 was If oloctod, piriniiflA; the filthfillilim {i'''
results Rive! the theory I Hut is 'lutrKf of theiliirloR of raid office I'
: up it the contract' In this. instance it looks realized at the enjoyable affair. t
PP hardly fair to condemn anything without as if A is in bad so Z is in the happy I P. A. KVinitT. 'I Iu
1 a fair tri..1.For position of choosing between, a bit I

years the English refused to try penalty or n sure gUIlt; and rubber at| i iinuiiiiuiiuniiiiuiii/ iiiiiiuiiiiuiiiwiui luiiiiiiiimoiuiuiiiiuiuiuiiiiiiuNiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiuiiiiii mi nuiiumiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiuiiiuuiuiiiim, .
out the informatory[ double, but during no-trump The ft' ate of the score woulef I s, I Il.r Iv
uii the last year they hive finally capittrlattd have unite bearing, but the writer would Ii i
:AII. i 1 and now think it is the greatestUdell be inclined to let the double stand anti Opening
!ion to t Ihe game since Its ine'i-ption try for the penalty 'I here. is a differ.
{ The follow ing mils, given; as problemsin once of opinion on tins point.. Some
ate the preceding article, ore examplesof players. the English in p.irticldar.argiu, ; ....,
rCeJ!i the problems theEnglivh'ire meeting, that any double of it bid of one is in. + + I IYtrtp I II' !
IJ in t hi ir st inly of informatory[ double [Ormatory, whether or not partner hat y, r*
I 'and hhouli) prove intcreatinn and 111- bid, but such view '
a seems unsound. We will Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock the a
on open
& (trurtivc-- The best results will undoubtedly In l al

Answer to Problem No. 7 obtained. by following the writer's viewpoint k doors of Starke's new drug store, to be known as Butler's 1


; : Y t Clubs I learts-9- K.J. 8,2 Answer to Problem No. 10 I I' 1 rr PJ 'Avtr Pharmacy, corner Call and Walnut streets. We desire to J

1 A D I I IiantondsK, l>, .1 tii h31
Z I p'"lcs-. 9. 8, S, 4 Hearts K, 7, J p to the people of Starke and surrounding community ;
Clubs-Q>, J. 10. 9, 7 : V I say

r&t N'o score, rubber K.I me. Z dealt and bid! Spades8 li.llllonIII-9,7, S, 2 :t A Z B .. J 1Y d j that the Pharmacy will be conducted on a high scale of ex
ono spade If A doubled 1
I one spade (inI ,
.>rmatory), and Y passed what should! : cellence.
*< bid I lIe has a choice or two clubs or S'o score fil'llt'game. 7. dealt and boone : j
one no-trump. I) should! undoubtedly no-trunpjp. A and Y passed and B i i
r&I bid one no-trump in preference to two bid two spacles. If Z bid two no-trump ,
clubs. The no-trump bid offers a better and all passed. what should A 9pen> I I The management of this store comes to Starke back- .
bane for and) is Should lie lead his partner's spade suit
game sound because" I
A-B "between them should have at least or take a chance on his own club suit? I .. ed by years of experience in the drug business. Service cat ;
1 I.double stopper in the spade suit Some A should !open' the eight of spades. The .
I la>ers may think the one spade double club opening -is tempting anil should be - the Pharmacy will be high class at all times, the stock
mould be passed 1 by U in the hope made if A held less than. three spades,
I that:, the bid can be defeated.'However. but not otherwise. O bid spades for one kept up and every attention given the needs of our patrons.
inch practice is unsound. liven when of two reasons either to play the hand .
the opponent have most of the high at spades if he won the bid or to have Balloons We shall make a specialty of the service in our prescriptionand
that suit led if Z bid two Foi I Quality J
.cards it is surprising; how often a suit no-trump. I -
I |1'idclone| is made due to a singleton or that reason A should play a partnership I I. fountain departments.We .
void suit in the dummy. Therefore he'Irareful game and follow U's more or less
I about trying defeat a suit bid t'x"licitdlreclions,that is, to lead spades. .

r&i of before one.making Wait until a business two or three double are with bid! Answer to Problem fio. II i I i i hope to merit and receive the confidence of the local -
I Now Ii IiI
i i the problem type of Hand held by U in this Clubs Hearts--8 A, 7,6,3,' I : I public and solicit a share of the patronage of the com-


Answer to Problem No.8lIearts Spades Pi.n'non'ds-A.- none,K. 10,9, 8, 7. 2 I munity in which we shall make our future home.

K, 7,6,2 .
Clubs -A, O... 10 : Y t : Y : I '
Diamonds k. O., 4, 3 !-A BSpadesh.,6 : : A B1 I And No Mortgage on the Old Homestead II'I

I Z : Z t FREE ICE CREAM AND CIGARSFrom
I I Yes sir high quality Balloons-Pathfinders i
No score, rubber R.lme. Z dealt and bid (Hearts K, Q, 10,9,8,4 ,
II
one no-trump. A double.li Y passed, Clubs 10 priced so low you'll shout for joy Big, handsome lI l- I
and U bid I Z
passed" UitntondsQ. .
bil 3 to 6 o'clock and from 7 to 10 o'clock Satur-
what should A / !Should he pass or Spades-l0,4,3,2" tough treaded road hounds, Goodyear ,
,
bid not even two no-trump consider a A two should no.trump pass and bid. one/So; score heart, rubber(a questionable, gime.: Z dralt bid)and. A bid bid I built to meet the constantly increasing demand ; day afternoon and evening, we will serve ice cream to la-

Such bid him into 1111
a may get serious one spade, Y two diamonds and It two for Balloon at moderate I dies and children visiting store. The will
trouble. In the tint place, A's informatory spades. / and A passed and Y bid three dependable equipment a our men be given
double is unsound because he isn't
for the hid. either hearts hand Z passed and A bid three I pi'iee.We've During these two periods musical
prepared spade to spades. Y bid four diamonds li passed" |'j I cigars. a program will
assist the if madeor
bid.
properly to
and Z bid four he.uts.J&.s ed and A II, '
bid two no-trump over such a bid For opened 1 the king of clubs and all followed < just received a fresh, new shipment of be given. YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED.
that A should have .
reason, passed one
the of '
suit A then led seven
notrump.Don't .ever make an informatory hcasts. How should Z I plan the play of j I a Pathfinders:! in all standard Balloon sizes. Every I, :

i double unless prepared. for any bid the Z hand should? first take six round of J tire backed by the manufacturer's guarantee I I

partner may make ill answer to the hearts tr n t'10 eo.tx'a diamond discard .
/ : Such double > -and ours.Come :.;.
double a only gets you ;
if he should
possible. I In any event,
and your partner into hot w ite-r. liy then Ic-d the. of diamonds\ and] Butler
I queen
"prepared for any Ltd is m/Mllleith..r in tin with the in and the 1 Phannacyit"WHERE
,h,, Ip fur any bid of a hand of Burb a overtake dummy king.! : get good neicx on price I
I lIe should then lead the ace: and if the
that another [ be Hilda: if
ty) IM'[ i.111\IIY : lick of diamonds\ only guarded 1 once, 1
weak In tins
bids the
suit. example
partner idiots
/ will make the of the tricka.
hand overbid two spades with It j i' l id\ for Z to crobs/-rulf I
i p' >y try to ;
doubled and loutS ,
tu no-trhmp] was
the h i 'd b. U>' t>o doinz( he cannot make'more .
i \points It is such bidding that gels. thin time udJ uulcwl, the diahtuntls q 1 FRIENDS MEET"'It.
ll [ double in
mfurniatory' disrcputi !
l Lnjlc and lie hall given up valuable ;
bn" t the fault is not with the inforllt.&tor
information. By leading out Service Station
duuulc\ : but with the misu-c, of it. round of trumps, he makes hit op six ; Supreme > !,''I I i

Answer to Problem No. t ponents KilL'" a. to what cards to hold I
l_ and in tbis way may force one or more j I I: I. I II

... r Y I diamond discards. In any event, he NO. 2 PHONE 83 Ii
IJ\ II t mubt boldly try for game for there \* i

J 1. I no other way unless the diamonds. fall 'I'' ,'i, .J ; j I -- .- .. .
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-- "", ,, ,,,, ', ,'' ..?,m, .wdIIUYWnWIIWHIWWIINHIIWWWYY1111111YIWWWIYYWYWWWIWWIpIYIIWY, ''. ,l "&' l uiiiiiiiii''" + faculty "spent" the week-end with MtB8 Lnclle Mitchell, who in ntt.'iidlng !rill-on and Satsuma meeting given preaching. Sunday afternoon nt ::1 :o.ll'H.11I111111 O. Kock, who has
r I' '!'by tho S. A. L. nt the Glenn St. o'clock at Siixton by Rev J. V been doing some work in tile University
Southern at ( lIk"
her l.arel1ll1.II'! and Mrs J. C. ( College! '
:M.irvH :Nursery' I Hohlimon.( pastor of the Lnnley of Illinois. arrived several
Manning.\ laud arrived home Tuesday", to from Chicago. Mr. and
I Methodist church. Krrryone: in days ago!
Bits of I .._-- spend| the Thanksgiving! < I' Mayor and :Mra. PeWItt O. Jones vited.Pr.. :Mm. Koch urn located( In the S. L.

Mr. and Mm. J. C. Hoover haveas with her parents :Mr. and l :Mm. J. and 1 son Arthur Darby left Wednesday ----.-- Peek Cottage. at Klngsley lake.

their guest Mrs. Hoover's fath :M. :Mitchell for Di'cntur Ga, to upend Klolso: Gerry of :Madison. --- ...

. ]local NV45' )Dr. James Chase of Ocalu. _h_ ____ ._ the Thanksgiving holidays with ,,Wisconsin and Miss Vi-rn :M. Spuh- Mr. nnd !Mrs." 1'''. F. Stump and
1"1' ... !Mr. and, .rs. ()1. M. Inniiin, Mr. their daughter! Miss Eloise, whoIs her senior forest clerk of New Orleans daughter. Miss Evelyn motored to ti
; and Mrs. (I. "'. Aldormiin and J. n student Agnes! Scott college. J>II.. are spending the week Jacksonville Thanksgiving day to
54-inch aa wool flaunvls, $2.50:! II K. C'orpenlng motored to Glenn! here c'nnnecttMl. with the Southern attend tho Washington- and Lee-

Concerning Our People, Basinets and yard 1 Fine for dresses or for lightweight St. !Mary Friday to attend tho Inn There will he Sunday Rl'hoolall.l Forestry Experiment Station Florida football game./ ,?

Progress of the County and Town. I 81'1'11111'0,111 to wear In I -- -,- .-. -. -- _
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the )Fall :Morgan's. 0'i v> 4D "am 5.y -01> <1> ------ I 'I' a !

I'' .,_" winiiiiuiinliminmiltminmnmiimnHfliiimtmiiiiiitimiimiiiimii" ,,, ,,,,,,, ,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, '' '' ...'.''.'.'.WInIIIN ,, .., ...... .........,,,,,,,.......". '
t I'-'''''''''''' ''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''-''' -NNIIIIII, ,''"''''''''''''''' ''''''' '''m''m'"m' ''''''' ''"m''' lllm''m'.1'' ''/ /' '''' V* :
Mr, and Mrs. 1'. Alderman i
Johnny llagun and Aubrey Penney Mr. and !Mrs. Olin *
W. White have as their guest for the winter D Church Services

spent Sunday In Jacksonville, spent Tuesday iu Jacksonville attending :Mrs. Aldermun's mother At re. 1 F.K. .

.---- --_._-- -- :. llradley of 1 Farmlngton, J\I kh.I Accounts
the fair. '8' 3 dST. Checking j
Mrs II. A. Weeks of Hrooker, ---- I
was visiting in Starke Saturday. :Miss. Maud | Silk Hose--tha kind t that givestitlsfattlon. M.1RK'H'lll'lil'll' I :I
< Mitchell principal of $100 $1.50. $1.75 I
ipisrop.\i.i; :
-- of the
few River school, was a and $2.00.: Morgan's.i t
Col. D. J9. Knight: attended courtin week 'iid 1 !guest of !Miss Olive Hit)'. I !
Sunday services Advent to It is bills check because it t'r.
Green Cove Springs !Monday\ I'i' C'LOI1'K and M.rs.\ S. 'r.J Christmas: I important to pay by

Illffe can engrave your watch Where Friendu !Meet" nt But.I'I"H Dell of Gainesville, spent Saturday I 10tiU: a. in. Church. "school' Miss gives an indisputable receipt for the "
v.ltuUlIlI1e or monogram. 11-ls-tf. Pluirmacy. 'at the (home of Mr. and 1 Mrs J. M.Brownlee. Sarah Malpas, superintendent.( I you payment I fir

-- ---. I I 11:00 a. in., morning -prayer It is likewise important to keep your I.:,. ij(
Alias Lillian llarefoot of Snndersoii and Berinnn. ;
IH. to bu the guest of Miss : "Where Friends. Meet" at Butler's I 11:00: n. 111.. celebration of Holy i checking account with a bank that gives special I
W H. Alexander of Hampton Iae Aliernuthy over the weekend.Get Pharmacy. Communion olll First Sunday of tlio I I
Waft a visitor In Starke :Monday ---- -- -- I --- / month celebration nn Saints Days, I( attention to checking accounts. We have many I l a I

your Thanksgiving needs lit I lion ulI<1':'>II'M. Perse L, Gasklns and !Major Feast Day) 10:00:\ a. m. who have their
Mrs. 1 I''. A. Scott spent several the East land: firucery-the best ''Of Jacksonville attended the funeriiil Russell S. Cai-leton, ] lteetnr.I I I customers kept checking ac-
days in Jacksonville last week. for less. Why i of ('01. Comer L. Peek Sunday _.. i
? -
I pity more -- ----
-- I with for without
counts long
us -
as as
------ -- afternoon. "JWJInul.: i: .\:\ twenty years 1&&
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Gun Shells nt Klckllter's.: 11- 1 F. I") .
Slump returned Tuesday ----- -- having once had occasion to complain of an .
18-31. from a business trip to )Kustls: and Happy )Home house dresses. Sunday, $('hail ;ut iJO 11. nn.At I
Leexburg.Mr. better ijuality, same. old 1 price. 11 o'dock sermon liy ]>r. error. Our system of keeping these accounts is
J. 11. Alexander of Waldo, was $1.25. Morgan's.( Tucker,

a visitor In Stake Tuesday. and Mrs.\ F ]I. Butch of the -------- ---. t tlon of several persons with as near perfect as it is possible to be made. I'I'

----.-- --._--- State }Farm Itnlford, were visitors Mrs. S. 1'. Dell anil A. V. Long bership" ju the church. Tin- IIH'III-I I
Butler's Pharmacy corner Call In Starke :Sat" nrday. of Gainesville attended. the funeral ance of baptism' ulll he l

and Walnut, opens' Slit IIl'dilY. -.-.-- -- of ('01. Comer L. Peek In enrd.An, Monthly statments are rendered on the last day '
Mr. and 1 Mrs. H. C. Klchnrd<1 of Starke' Sunday afternoon I Elder 1 will bo! elected to lie-' !
Messrs. J. "'. Andrews Jr., and Pulntkn, attended the funeral of : ('0 me it member of (the si-sslon. The\ I of each month to every customer whose account ;

One Wiggins! were business visitors ('01. Comer' L. Peek Sunday. Heaters gas; oil and 1 wood I at Lord's. Supper will IK oliHerved, I '
has been the 30
active
during preceding days.
to Lake Butler Monday. .. --.- -- Jones Hardware.Mr. with reverence bell IIing! thin I Important -
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Ladles ('Ollt8-$9.00. $1200 Service.There I ''This is done without fail, even though our office -
Col. J. I L Frnzee returned Friday $15.00. $1(1.50 to $25.00. Morgan's. : and :Mrs. Harold. C. Wall returned will he special. in ii sir.
from\ a business trip to Tallahassee. Monday from their honeymoon Christian Uudrnvor Society I I force must burn the mid-night oil to get the
In :Miami ('icon and iftacesof I moot nt 6:30: : 1 p. m., Joseph Mulpas' a

Mr. and! Mrs., A. .J, Thomas- !' attended Interest In South Florida.You president., I work done. 11
Gun Shells nt Klckllter's. 11- the Florldu State I Fair InJacksonville I Subject : Home Missions B"'III-I,
18-3t. Tuesday. will enjoy the opening turo Mark 1. 35-15.

I fill) tier's Pharmacy Saturday, ::1 i ito Kev. Mr.Vulhice\ will preach at We solicit checking accounts on the promise that '
Kev H. S. Carleton made nn I I MI'8.- A. Smith of Lawtey. was :, (o'clock.i 7 I to 10 o'clock. the evening service. at 7:30.: : Mrs.
address at Holy Trinity church In ; a business visitor In Starke"' Sui III'- ._ -- Wallace, who .10'II It!hl..1 our people our service in this line cannot be excelled any-
Gainesville, lust Friday
-- --.----- I .---- -- -'- I clllld'e handle a line that : voln'" will slug for nn n Kill n tit where. '
Judge A. S. Strickland of Luke Kvorfnst and Peter Pan fabrics > satisfies. Try some next time you the night service. Mr. Walkicu

Butler was a visitor In Starke guaranteed colors 50c;( yard at come In. Kant End C;rO"E'ry. The I preached" the gospel' In Such UIII|
Friday: Morga n's. 1 I best for less. IlItl'I'CHIIII1111,1 1 practical way that
_. I all like hear him. .dellghl-I I
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Ilutler'H. Pharmacy, corner Call Mrs. r>. R. Knight spent last I I Mr. and Mm. J. M. Brownleu 'ed and. encouraged our people' last i BANK OF STARKE
and Walnut, opens Saturday. week-end In Jacksonville as the and children, Martha( and, 1\llItoll'l] Sunday. All will he lieneflttcd|
guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Strlblling. I Jr.. spun, Slit 111'(111)( I In Jackson-1 mid\ delighted I to huar him.I I I

Allen Cunova of Jacksonville, villa -- a--------
I MDTIIOIHST: I II
was vl"ltlnhis mother, Mrs. I Run- .
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Ice Canova last week-end. flan iiliiint that iniiili li> inriiliro .. Salt $1.00) \per bug Andrews, 'ht;;;; : The Bank of Helpful ServiceE. '
I
.------- suit for XIIIIIN. Sec \n Slcrn- ,, Store Lake Ilutler, and Itaiford. Sunday Sundiiy' mornliiK 1
10:00 o'clock. I'}. 1 K. 1' > I
: (
Col. Joe 11111 Williams of Lake berg/ 11-1 g.2t. I tat 1'I'YI1lIlIl. S.
Matthews
R. Davis Cashier
President
Butler, was a visitor in Starko -.--- -- ---. .- supt. J. A
Mrs. T. S. Hewke hui had I Worship. Sunday ul ll'OO: tt. m. I II '
Friday.It Mrs.!' Charlie Johns. of Build tln. asher I
spent the first part of the week :' greets the past week l III'> and I and, 7:30: : p. m. ''j
with her I! Mrs. Farrliigton Douglas of Chat- I )lOpworth; League Sunday evening I
pay's to buy nt Stcrnhci-K's./ sister, !Mrs. J. R.: Corpen- ;
lit 0:45.: .
tuhooiheu.
Ing. I .
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:Mid-week service" Wednesday --- --- -- -
Col. Floyd, Green of Lake Butler ----- I 1 ------ I evening 7'30: : o'clock.It .. -__ _____ __ .
Salt, $1.00 AndrewsStore = =_ .- ---- -
was n business visitor In town You pet Southern bread<1 and per bag - : -- -- :- ._ -. -- -
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I Is doubtful that our churchwill .
Lake and ICalfoid.
liutler
Saturday.Mr. cake fresh dally at the" East: End
11,1 S-2t. ; liu ready for use l lIy Sunday
Grocery. The best for less
'hilt we will lontlniiu to nun! the
:
: and Mrs J. H. Lawrence of
Keystone Heights were visitors In Dr. Edward It. Teeter of Jacksonville Paul E. Cauova of Jacksonville auditorium of the Woman'B Club
the week-end with his mother ,, until it IH. All are cordlall.v In
Starke Saturday.Salt wn the. I guest of State's i spent
-. I I Attorney and Mrs. II V. Knight; Mrs. Florence! I'mlll": Canova. I Ii I, vlti'd In worship. with im I II
--- -elleposscsxed -- ----
$1.00 per bag Andrews Monday. i : : X..1L.fWE'LL
; ; ;
Store Lake Butler and Ilalford. I I IIIITe ran repair your eye glass- { and Siirplnn
11-18-21.t.B. "Where Friends :Meet" at But I us. new frames, lens temple

; ler's Pharmacy. i ncrews. 11-1 S.U. I: Slock office Furniture

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II. Wltkovskl the '
guestof -
was --- --
his. sister Mrs. K.: S. Matthews Ah's..1. H Ciirrndlne of Lnwtey. :Mrs. :May Jones' who has been Fixtures and Equipment

first of the week. nnd daughter Mrs.' Jiillnu Sande- ,'IHIIIIlhel' sitter" Mrs. W. K:, Mlcl-, '
\\OOD and' SI'rlIL1dSK9 : Rr.
--- -- I fur of Jacksonville, were visitors dleton left Saturday for her LomeIn I GET YOU
!Mrs. II. J. Prevntt of in Slarke Sunday afternoon. I' Stuart. "A"ti4 .
1-MI.K8: 1-1.\1.1':11aIIOWf'ARF:1I r f
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was vUltlng Mrs. IInml"olI'l: 7lllffo
wards in Starke Saturday.Litillcs lii: MACHINESTYPEWRITERS :
---- 8H.5O: up at SlornlMTK's.Mr. / good as can be done anywhere. :

'; Sternherg's.Mrs. routs. f l'oin IiItI.m! up lit .and. Mrs. R."- A. Newsomcspe'nt I 11-18-tf. .olllri CHUCK. Now: WH1TKHSand anil re,'ond: II 1".1., l.KII IF-- YOU ARROWS-- -' THE--VERY-FK\V\{ IWWLK OF T/I/S TOWN{ \,. ?

Saturday In Mr and Mrs. George; ; Flynn l and I: vthltiir fur. f tin business house -
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tL7'YLOVI'1lC'Is {
Ju'kllollvllle'l freight paid to any point In Florida {WHO{ IIAVKN'T HRARI AllOlfT OUR HIGH QI
J. IT. Carrodlne and son where they attended the State little! son of 1'iilutkii, spent the or .1t''I Kin..
Lee of Lawtey were visitors in Fair. I week-end with her mother Mrs.. i\i': ii \I..' 101 it IOMV" POLICY, WE'LL GKT YOU YET!

Florence Emma Canova
town
Monday. ------- -- -
Starke's newest business- will I --- -- -,-- Perdue Office FurnitureCompany SPECIALS FRIDAY & SATURDAY

Carl Johns left Sunday for Jack- hold open house Saturday. :See'; Mr. and !Mrs. George W. Rivers I

Bonvllle where he has accepted a llutlcr's Pharmacy's adv. In this I are receiving congratulations on _.----- --------- --.--- -. I
i \t KH D%"\I I.l.E. KI.OIIIIII
issue the arrival of a little daughter, I
position in Levy's Clothing Store
-.--------.. born ;November 1 IStli. Largest "x,'Inslvc Hiiilillnhmcnt of SUGAR PURE CANEGRANULATE 10 Pounds 65c

Meet you "friends at liutler's Mrs. W. J. Epperson, Jr., spent -- -- the kind In the Houth. /)

Pharmacy. Your every desire will the first of t the week with her Miss Grace Wood who Is a mem- -. ----- ----- -- -
be anticipated. mother, Mrs. Dob Richard In Jacksonville mer of the Lawtey School faculty
I spent last week-end with her par, POTATOES FANCYFIRM: 10 Pounds 31c

Miss Lottie Sumner of Gainesville _._ -- ents. !Mr. and Mrs A. Wood.! rVE'R11oDYCOY11E

spent !Monday In Starke as Leo Wiggins who was a visitorto .- --------
the guest of Miss Ruth Guest Jacksonville !Monday, stated !Miss Myrtle Reddish spent last / "7' '
.- --- I hut the first of the new. Ford I I Sunday In Jacksonville ns the FLOUR SS: (", 24 Pounds $1. 15
was on display there. guert of her sisters Miss P"lIrluld,
Sam Rosenberg of Plant City i
The liest Fair Ever _._.. .. .
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Mable Reddish.Mrs. ----- ---- --- -
spent Friday in Starke attendingto ----- --- -
business. Itroiulcl.Kli Hlilrts from Shoo lip i --" ,
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I LARD COMPOUND 2 Pounds 31c
-- -- ._- ut SI cm berg's. G. A.: Gardiner Is visiting
___ .. Mrs. W. S. Yelvlng- '
Chas II. Register of Lake Hiit- I her daughters' '
... _
ler. state tag Inspector spent the :\11'. and !Mrs It. C. Dowling and : ton and Mrs. Zuck J. Roberts III FloridaStare *

latter part of the week in Starke. family of Jacksonville, spent Sun I hank II_Jl1I.;. I I RICE FANCY' 4 Pounds 1 25c :'
day with Dr. and !Mrs. W. K. :Mid- -- ----- --- L'LUE ROSR

Heaters gag oil and wood at dleton. Owen Griffin who Is attending I i .. .. ,.
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Jacksonville Business (College,
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Jones Hardware.Mr. .
Fire screens and Irons and spenl.. the week-end. with his mother Sweet Potatoes I/rtdford! Co10 Pounds 25c '

and !Mrs A. N. Phillips attended equipment I for your fire pia..... :Mrs._Lila Grlllln...__ j Fair I Urwwdj +d:
the Alachua Fair Jones Hardware j .
( County ji I ---- ------ --------
in Gainesville __._. i Mr. and< Mrs. H. !M. Snyder and l' I
Friday.. :Miss Selma While of White'' daughter, )Fenelln. Mrs. A N.I I j BACON Dry Salt Per Pound 16c
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U. A. Weeks of Rrooker. was Splrngs will spend the week-em! i i Phillips and Klholin: White attended JACKSONVILLE ,
a business visitor In Starke :Monday In Starke the guest of Mrs. "'. II. :'' the Florida State> Fair In Jacksonville

-... :Mundy Jr. Tuesday. III CHEESE- FuU"Cream" Per Pound 35c
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Mrs Robert Richard of -
Slci-nlci-g'' are flitesL11'hca
jon
bn> W itnrss. J. Mill visitor of In Lake Starke('Ity.several was a >ou buy your hlioc ul has been visiting her I NOV. I" __ ._ ____ .. __ _.. .
brother and sister, :III'. and :Mrs.
days this week.. -.---- Mr. 'and-; -Mrs. Curler; ;: nail 1 !Miss I II W. L. Wall In titarkf for the last if MILK, Van Camp's 4 Tall Cans 45c
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Come /In Saturday. We want toget Inez: Moist of Dade City, spent last | few day.. .. !.
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Butler'sPharmacy week-end with their aunt Mrs P -- '
with I
acquainted yon. E. Johns. Mr. and Mrs' J. Lewis Shrlvci) s n tn ". I 1I0'1r'
p
24
of Urooker. were In Starke Monday I- .U ? CMJ iiQbu-y's+ Pounds $1,35 I / ,

,rin-n" IVPM of Lake f'lty. was I ('Ire" screen.nnd Irons and :Mrs Shrlver 'going Inter, to 1 U I I ... I 1
--- -- -- ---- --- --
a '> ""., i visitor In Starke Mon- equipment for your fire pin. e. Jacksonville on a visit with friends
and relatives. I
Jones Hardware :
d'" "
"soft i .., ... 1 1r I
-- THINGS
I'fO TO DOt
1 ai J. several I !Mrs. Maud: Johns" ;of; Luke nutler. i! Mrs Fred Sapp and little daughter. edt : Ii i I
L Simmons spent
da': 'h"' latti-r part of last weekin was visiting her brother. Lorruliu1.I art spending, sptc-r- :t IOCS Tliinys to See r }I e al '+ I",q qIi t tI
with her -
Congressman' n. A. Green In al days In Leesbiirg\ parents rr'f 'v aBBg T-ar Jit"v_ y
Pa'iHI) business.Voiins 'V.KiU
i "c'ii SJ
I Starke Monday. Mr. and Mrs E. K. tovell". r j r-
-- -. ---.-. -- I .! :_ ON'T MISS THIS i' C 1 1J \ ,Ii
; nn>n'. milti !.x.:1,50! : nt I "' II
tlealltleS.Mrs. .I Gun Shell at Jo 'k1lter'l. it- Mime Mable and Pearl Red-i I I ,p
Sternhrrg'r sad they are ,; 188t. : dIsh of Jacksonville are .spending >: 3 FAIR I! I I t'wet (
i ttM Tluu k..I'YID. holidays with l't
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C. C Moore of 1\lon": '" IIJ
Miss Edna Manning 'who U al! :their PII"nta. Mr. +end Mrs. Red- I .
r s.a.r.Narye.tn..Nr
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Heights: afternoon.was a visitor in StarkaTuesday I I member of the Hampton\ school )I 'illsh., [i I 1G __,_ .L"""" ._' ": _=-.=:=:'-_.=_"_"::___' ::--_--_-- -._..=.=__,:.=-=a=_-__. _. _--_-... --_-=_.. -..- J JtFa


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alol nii.u>K<>Kn rorxTY TKLKOIMIMI.: : HTAKKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY, NOVKMIIEU: : 23. lf>27 ''i i
enty 1 .".\(.ii;: MY ,.II

''Connerrd aim t I: at velocity of approximately for- when the stolen machine crushed Visitors who come to Florida has been greatly Improved. With w

d ,lit; aa Rpurche, State NewsTallahassee ty miles per hour as it lilt the Into a motor bug In Miami expect to find a land of sunshine the opening of Church street, the j'

ho app, beach .. e. r .. and flowers. We can't make the short road between Lake and

I Coulne Isrtda i Farmers & Farming .. .. .. eTellahnsseoFloridn'ts. Plant City--Whut Is believed to sun suite but we can make flowers Church streets has been ordered #

Null State of Florida la : prison have been the first sale of Btrawlicrrlys !grow em practically every square closed by the city although it has

hUe H'k elf'ucllon paying' out ovfi million dOllar"l population ban Increased to such for shipment from the foot of Florida soil If you wantto never been a laid-out street,-
tc1'eato'tI I (sly Agricultural. Editor: ) know more about ornamental
I[ to hits pcMisloncrs, according extent that the convicts" are sleepIng state this season was made Thurs Vines, write to the Florida Kxperl- ,' Lake Butler Times.Jacksonvlllersullding.
M u day on the local f. o. b. market at
, comm;, !, ures obtained from( the gluts pen- on tops of lioiiHcs, under meat Station at Gainesville and .
$2.85:! per mart. The first strawberries permits
hmivsl'Ui Truckers Arc linked to Contribute- Hlun bun-ay. In September alone, bulletin number 188.
i th* Farmers and houses. In oak trees and on the : sold In f Florida this season ask for Issued In outh Jacksonville In singIt -

up(51stact I ; foel tides of Farm I Kxperiences and Methods Found I] I|''IL total of n7.2t-l.07: was ellstrlbiiti'd ground.:: This was the substance : appeared on this market :November.: day totaled 48.50
The (lotlui Home Demonstration
f the Its Rest Suited to Our Country i| to Hump on I the stiite's pension of an appeal\ from Superintendent when a pint brought fitly cents for the Winter Haven-Pavements i being t
L, To Club In Orange County has
.c. iI J. H. niltch of the Knlford state
"hate'lorlJ roll. DiirlHK the name month : home consumption. Cecil Kennedy laid on south side of North
I honor of 1 being the second club In
,. I however fish rtt'en Plvll war/ veterans farm, I to the State Prison Unreal purchaser of Thursday's offerings Third street block between ave-
.
[ of that I,, 1 : coil. sixteen. widows of soldiers here to scud! for Home ot I Ilio l.rIB-1 '( will take a small shipment the state to own \Its dill house.It nues II and' C Northwest
1 way completed.. ,during October,
In tg.outhe wore Mrlrkon from the roll bemuse : oners for distribution' / to the tomorrow sixteen days ahead of was" St. Augustine----Huildlug permits

er ot*;> CHEMICAL WARFARE of sleuth, Tim addition, often I, \loud Depart molt.o.ovemh..r:.: 10, last year's first consignment when under the direction of Miss Virginia Issued here during recent week
r
Moore assistant state agent,
nt In I pensioner to the roll within Mr. Jill sell sold the roster of the on December i fruit brought $2.35:! totaled $18,210.Itartow .
thena I state (urns ,contained the names ofexactly and :'Irs111"); \\ Taylor, home
. tu Tw( Die past few weeks wan announced on the local market people here approve
,, DEADLY TO demonstration agent.s.1IIItss .
oiy, ra PROVES by the bureau.' They sire: Jo- 1,329! prisoners. granting gas franchise to Ralph
.
"h.t'Y e *
way -LWlrt- :2s: -
Improvements.proje
h.rar'. Pllh h:, Dvke. KeLnnd.[ ; Thomas 8.K. 01'1'\1\(1:: : fW :M-W: II. Wagner Company

) PEACH TREE BORER Gill, Knights'( Station ; Madison Tallahassee.The/ United: States totaling $1.72.1,000 will bo : : ;.0II Kill WAVTheme
ui con f Is Bending voted In :Martin December -
I Mrs. Jane chamber of commerce : on : county
lice fis Hurst. fhnle a.drrat. ronl: on, I1(>J.llnd ; MrH. Mary A. out a warning to Florldlans 5.Homestead. I Ii of our citizens who have

/ against'( what It describes as a i Hank of Homesteadto Will Represent Florida< : i ir,
Williams, Urnnford : John O'HrlonPeiiHaeola forth their best efforts\ In promoting -
Id put
.,,,
h4. ,' h cn.\\ci-s; .arc :bilking; I
I' I'.UIMJ: M.OIUI'S : I'lnkney Franklin, ""('rlol''" fire luunrd" Involved In reopen for business shortly.St. of the new
'eountt the opening BroadcastingContest
nuns, War on Liter l>) I'si'of of Inflammablo :.:
i ito\n TO Him.TIITwentyolio ; the distribution AUIIIHIIIIP--o.ew grocery
James W (Collins\ whom
Glenn St.
tent Mary; Sanderson highway'( among(
pi f 4JH. lllntl'IMl tlfI motion picture" film for use In toy store known as :Moneymaker\ )No.;
wilerhe I I'eitKarolii, : MrB. Ma. 1 Kclwnrcl/ Brailonton : were Dr. J. M. Mann, F. I'. Odom
y I the 1"II' ninihlnes to entertain, :2 at No. il Orange'( street In
projection opens
million Christmas ,
KOI : and Sirs itchy Ollrll'.hnw.South I and J. S. Howard, deserve a !great:
children, at Christmas! time. new building'( nt City (iates.
deallhrrlx Seals lIre keeping the Florida Tub- : Miami. The legislature of : deal of credit.! The highway Inter
tinlnesvllle. Kin. Nov.-The nnnual { .. *. *. Palm Iteoch-.Palm Beach\ Press
owlr'UVIhi fight against, 1110> peach Ironborer lie! I IK-allh Assoclutlon more than I 1 1927!' added\ n lai'KP/ nnmher' of pensioners The cedar Clnli organized! here recently. Mpl't8th! roads, :No..: :28. :No..: 411 und
Hlver new
Crystal --
to tho roll. Under: the law the Scout Hole road, making It a 1hr>
y. at Is now under. way Instead busy to cnrry this year's message I mill, established here by the Standard West Palm rieach A. & 1'.
however, before they are formally connection second" to 110110 III ImPOI"IlUee -
""naifx.amft of dlRKliiK' Ilicin out mid applying lot good:: health throughout the given I the peimlon privileges, the fix porl Trading Company store nt 300 South I Dixie remodeled ot any county liUliwio III
the cold steel pencil growers now I Forrester aM general and redecorated.Tuhokce! .
with H. O. ;
with dost! of I state by December"" 1st State/ Monnl of I'pnslons, compos the state. It affords, n beautiful
-"I. sleep n
put them to this New: Junior high:
od, a i Think of (Ibis tiny host of health -d of the governor comptroller manager begun operations drive along; the lake and the view
A, poison gnu applied,, during the! |II..r- :, week with a crew of seventy skilled l school building to be constructed\
IdtHCll Novembc-r); 16 and Docember 1 nicHcHiiKcrit' ,, which placed end I and, treasurer must pass upon the of the lake, from Church wreet
between
liul It Is
,
which number hen
workmen,
end would reach nearly from unless the legislative Park
I to various pensions, '( running east of Shadow op-
|etnl's 15. Tullaliasseit: to :Miami, finding (kilnlute I net specifies that the state I announced, will he Increased in ushort St. Augustine-Concrete beingpoured !': ened up with the bringing; of the ,
his
In I war-
used
hi The chemical i I for widening" West King
dtyy' often WilY ivory county' In Ilio state pension law In to lin waived.! time.. .. .. county highway Into Luke Hut\ lor I '
faro, In IJllrllllklwlllh"OI'II"' '' .
street.
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'oil letters and. packages during the I
i1 called paracido.. It In a white crystalline I West I'alm Ilench'Finn\ hectic 1'ensncol.iPlans marking for
liulIIIi.v Hanson. I'enMncnln- waterspout which Congressman Martin Madden of
; siiliHlnnce.! and,I usually hUll ofOeol'I of four-mile I Pensaoolu I
brief criminal careers construction '
ratarp Then Ililnk of the many more swirled Inland from the harbor though! Illinois Author of the Muscle
a |>m'ul'ur' odor, When it In exposed Law, 22:! Lorenzo Ilorest- Hay orldgt/: to span bay here
boys, girls, women and men who hero1'oil '>day damaged/ a numlior ('" ; i Choals Leasing Bill Backed by II IIFarmel
\- to the air it slowly gives oft I' 27:! all Into Santa Hosa I '
\ a .poisonous. gas. The fnmos nr! of Pennyslvunla, ended abruptly In county.
health by the returns, from the Injured three persons and I I
heavier limn air so they penetrat criminal court here\ today with 15- Fort 1\f'I'r8--:12:: papers throughout '( lease offered by the American Cyanamid .
(Christinas Seal Snlo. The side of'these terrified the entire neighborhood. 1
I ami I Iho biiiTowsof, the borers and publishing | Company. This Is the
sentences" each the limit under country are now proposal
I stumps not only fights' tuberculosis I Irvin Morgan/ a mere limit was rut yenr
a do the work much more elllclenlly I the law on\ pleas of guilty to Tarpon SpringsCork IIl1d"I'1 backed by leading farmorgan
1y but necessarily pro- by flylni: /glass and two negroes:
oil N!, than It can IHI done by a knife. I II. entering and looting a filling station WILY cleaning old water mains of IZlIllona.
to vldc'H for. a broad public: health were Injnrpil by the whirlwind "In the Madden Bill agriculture
J. It. Watson entomologist'( of' 'III las, Thursday A .
LakeVm city. D 3t .ieW.cl.F
nt I a a
.wO.n
program throughout your slate which lifted abovn the buildings/: sees the culmination of Its best
the Florida"" Experiment' Station. arrested hypolt.p IjBCiinto$1.0(1(1.000( ( bond Issue
Mrs. N. I WulnwrlKht has shortly after striking. : the mainland night.'( The trio were hopes for the utilisation of :Muscle\
lear gives I the following suggest'( "Ions for Miami who recognized for general Improvements) to be 1 .
at ;
been\ n Chairman 1 ] and, spent I Itself In the air. Shoals as Congress originally Intended
M applying this cheinlcal" : the earth( Tho voted hero :Now..: ..R.Clerunt I
V In thin community. The local weather observer said', them In a stolen car. prisoners on ; namely, for national de
re| SI At'ODSTlNC!!:, !"la. William\
III1 should bo banked lin around the I the dlsturbiinre which had, form1ed attempted to escape, but were nt32moons: addition to I tense in time of war and the pro Jnmei Lee Baritone, oi St. Augustine.
IIfl base cif the peach trees to the mil's Inland arrested under a volley of lead Club House! will be built at cost ductlon of fertilizers In time of
Gulf and swept )
In the I Fin., who won lint place In the Flor-
ten height of the highest'( burrow In detectives' pistols of 25000. peace" says Chester II. Gray. Washington .
.
Lie from the southwest, was whirling; from police I ida State Audition of t* Atwater
the tree." Iheii III Iho 'lop of tilts I A howl of soup, crackers, and a I representative of the American Kent National Radio COII ".t. broadcast -

mound, nt least an Inch from the dish of baked, food, costs just exactly Farm Bureau Federation. from Station W. J. A. :: Jacksonville -

er 1 trp, a shallow Irongh should b" eight; cents' lit the Mlccomikeu: Long weeks and< months of Florida, October la,, when

i ii made'' In lh, dirt. Sprinkle na school In Leon county. Cato patient negotiations were necessaryto hIe artistic singing of "Prelude from

LofliBt ounce In an ounce and a half of + Chemistry = Spectacles I work out a lease that would, bo the Cycle oi Life" by Ronald and

acceptable to the three groups con "Out of the Night" by Ellis won
14 nracldu, wlthf several Inches o There comparatively tewvI.rl.tI 4- .
aro .
n _____ j .iflgWfc "CSI2fa >I / cerned; namely, the American Cyan- him honors, Mr. Lee will r..ent
dirt and pack well. The amount )! ,," of pecans that will pay' In ,
i amid Company organized agriculture Florida In the District Aurtltl.-n to be
of the chemical i to use varies with Florida. Sumo of them are Stuart ",---"" and. those members of Congresswho broadcast from station W. S. a: Atlanta -

rllrf thin ago of tint tree." Do not use Schluy: Success, Curtis, Moore, have assumed the rcHpoiibibll Georgia November 83rd.

It at all on I trees under, two years Moneymaker, and Kaiidull. e Ity of ueclng to 11 that the Uuvorn- The Atwater Kent Foundation Uscc.Uug

old Roil, not more linn I uno ounce r r ment's Interests are properly pro out young voices e-rrclallyl

ti for I IItree" -yPnr I trees." At the opening sale ot tho new tected. V.'lth the opening of Congress suited to radio broadcasting, o1:-.d has,
i
After the mound ban IJl'Nlllhnllt ly ustahljshed hog market In 1.11-1 : In December the consideration made the provision that the votes of

:L the tree the two or three weeks It fnytato county 1 Iho farmers of 1 \ of this !proposal will bo resumed the radio listeners will constitute
ti :Muscle S'loals' matter will cent of the decision In the
the
and sixty rer
.should, 1 bit turn down, as too long section received over two thousand ,
isa l lI again he much In the public eye. contest>, the Judges' votes countingfor
examine" to tho f Minos of the gas'( dnlluM. County Agent 11. : I
I it ill pv.'tlei concerned appear to the remainIng forty per cent.
might'( damage/: the 11 ee. In no case C. Celgcr Is largely responsible. he agreed!': that definite action for Listeners will vote for tho best voice,

should I the. material, be sprinkled) fur the establishment of the mar- :!. the final! disposal l of Muscle. Shoals mailing!! In votes 08 soon a* possible

elusor.1hou Inch. to tho tree hot.I / i I after the content.
uu will have .13 be taken by the next '
as II Is likely to hurt the Lurk Congre T',.. question r-e Mr Lee In employed by the -1orldll':

If directions are to.iowed there Isah'iidiitey The first solid carload of snap DEAPo pt toe further ,lodged" I East Coast Railway.

faP ,, no danger to the tree 'banns to bo shipnad, from (1'ulniIlitach

I as experiments have been madu on cuiinty moved from the Mull ,

hundreds, of specimens. I Cllnclo-C'hosoii station October 9. I Cotton has played an important and interesting; part In the enormous stxAroA !

expansion, of the chemical manufacturing; business. In shell rim spectacles Get Back the Fun of Eating!
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alone approximately 500,000 pounds of pyroxylin plastic fabricated I V 2

A TIME FOR CAREFUL shell is used annually. Hundreds of men and women are employed in Rid) yourself of Indigestion:: that tikes the joy nut

turning out and fashioning; this chemical substance made from cotton Ttj ot file Eat what you want and relish every

and the result of the specialized skill of chemists, oculists, opticians antiothers mouthful without fear ot subsequent discomfort

AND SANE THINKING is seen wherever there are human being's, since millions of You CAN, if you

I persons are compelled to wear eye glasses and spectacles. SIAPPIOr f
tr.l
JHIE
e -- Take ENE

( Hy Spuds Johnson) IALACHUA FAIR W
-the pure vegetable! tonic that bnnish'lndille9tlonanti
.\. I study the funning business '
( constipation and tunes up the whole! system. o
from, year to year, I Ix-cotne, more I SHOWS VALUEOF I Sold 6pe

and more convinced I that farmers
By
should, give greater attention to I'nrpe'ninir's Drti SI;t rv

/ their own problems should stop BREEDING \ llt i

long enough lo do a little sane

Ihlllklll has y .
Farming many -- -
fiuliiPHVlllc, Flu., Nov.The mine
I
problems mid their solution H. no
of a good sire lu the dairy herd WHEN BETTER AUTOMOBILES ARB BUILT, BUICK WILL BUILD THEM
easy mailer, Although unforseenclrciiniHt.iiu
wax forcefully brought: out In nil i
\ '<'1t nre alwavs arising. I
exhibit nt the Alachua County
and' Ihlngu over which tha farmer
Then I
Fair, held here (last week. !
has no control exert u v(5nxlderable
..),hlllt111t |,!iut on by the Anlmiil
Infliienci, i it Is possible' ) for
Industry Dcnnrlment of the
farmers to Increase their Incomes Jo'llIr-j
Ida, HxpiM'Imi'iit: Station, and consisted I
over a period of years by careful SHELL RIM SPECTACLES
of u !urge'( chart showingthe
thought Instead of blind action.
Improvement of daughters over
One thing wo farmers uro" noted, BV JOHN TEUNIS, Optician
their dams. Tho animals were
for (or sire notorious for, us I the WASHINGTON, D. C.
right there. to show fur themselves
case nmy ho. > That Is that when
a pailicular lino of farming seems too. 1 Shell rim Three years ago the writer was fitted with
M.tny cither Interesting exhibits frames for shell rim spectacles and after the first adjustments
to offer chances of larger return
wore aim In evidence nt the fair Na were completed no further attention was needed.
than other linos wo go blindly IntoIt spectacles and still in service and comfortable and
Tho community exhibit, from, Mil : They are as
without hiivlng considered' that unopy\ win cine of the milt nttniclliititi a, eye glassespossess sturdy as on the day they were fitted. Not a single

thousand of others will do. tlm In the exlillilt hall ItIncluded d Is. adjustment has been made, not even a screw has

un name thing AH n result It is just nlnuist everything one tinct advantages been tightened.The .

a 'question of Ii few scars until element of service, which deals with the
"rinilil, export from 11 farm even in for the
maintenance of lens adjustment I is another
that lino of f.irmlng N overdone, proper I
.Florida Tint canned !goods and individul1lW essential in No how
surplus\ in produced' and pilcosdrop quality every eye ,glass. matter
usher work bv the women of tho which
accurately the optical specialist has diagnosed the
Tin, In Is the
drop prices
i :Mlfiincipy" Club helped\ materially from a professional case, if the lenses are not properly centered and

1 >'' nal for an equally blind exit to give this, exhibit Iho blue rib- standpoint constantly maintained in a given position, all of his From roof to basement'thats

from I the project by a large'( niinib. M aid in scientific skill may be undermined. Due to the

"iWhile bon.An exhibit which attracted much giving the best rigidity of tho shell rim, once it Is properly fitted

it \Is pnsslblit to produce, showing the service to the it holds its position until such time as it is stepped the
atlc'iitliiu was that
more Muff at the present time, various stngea of this tiing oil Indiislry. public.professionalw The upon. Even then the optician frequently learns way to buy a car

I linn will be "consumed an average'( that all that is necessary is a skilled hand and a
lIe ll1l1lnK with the forest maker and Alter pair of pliers.
production' or even what seemsan
over-production often "can be photographs sowed theHIIIKVH of glasses The third requisition of most eye glass wearers Buick welcomes this searching
ci( development of a grove! must regardthe is convenience in taking oil or putting on a pair of test
of to advantage, If
disposed proper of the tung nut trees. A sample, comfort of glasses without the fear of destroying the adjust o

marketing methods are used.If .. ''of PInrIda tung oil and Chlncsi- his patients asa ment of either frame or lenses. Every person who The man who buys a home it :
farmers In remiilu the feature goes over thoroughly
urn on primary -
oil showed that the Florida product has: used metal frames knows that they must be ,

farm they must !h.. producing some Is much superior. in hisbusineeswhich carefully protected so as not to bend or break. from roof to basement, to make certain that it has

lines of agricultural' products.. And Not so with the shell rims! They can be taken
devoted to
In limes of over-production of sevtral I In the' building Indications of negro progress 0 can be mosteffectively from the head and put away with only ordinarycare the sound construction that means long and endure

products' the cry Is, ""'hat exhibits many Inevidence. JOHN TEUNIS ac- and without fear of breaking them. ing service.
In negro education were complished by
Shell oxfords for men are frequently suspended
that will
can wo grow; bring us
hoot exhibits from nil rendering actual satisfactory service. on black ribbon. They drop their shell rims right

adequate returns? The answer ,ever the" county and especially | The optical specialists may try as they will to into their vest pocket just as easily as they do their Buy your car as you would a home. Buick welcome

Is often very, very hard to find. I from the Alachun Training ,, give proper prescriptions and make the correct fountain pens or pencils. Or if the lady has the this

If tomato growers find their market 'School, were very creditable. On | glasses: but should the frames fail to bring comFort same style glasses she may hang them on her dress, searching test, and invites critical comparisons.

being cut Into by producers Friday morning negro Jubilee of to the wearer their labors aro futile. In my attached to a smalf pin. Shell rims are always And Buick is willing to leave the decision

from other sections, naturally' they 1500 voices filled the grounds: with I experience, few people will continue to wear that within easy reach and ready for duty. They are to you.

want to redact their acreage In tomatoes which causes uncomfortable and often painful irritation the "minute men" of the eye ,glass world. SEDANS 1195 *

What, then, will they i negro melodic Club boys and to either nose or cars. Therefore comfort is The world has come to know these as "safety to 1995 COUPES H93 to '1850

I The exhibit by I essential.It first" shell rims. In nearly every instance they SPORT MODELS 1195
Brow; In place of tomatoes? !If they standard to 1523
,I girls; were up to the usual is generally] recognized\ among optical special have not broken in accidents where tho wearers of
beans,
grow cabbage, egg-plants, :Mrx.varren hail, several exhibits ists that a properly fitted shell frame causes less .hl:! rim glasses: have received injuries to their LEig w k.nMd....__b.r.6..ddd, n. 0.11.4 Co.Irrelq,4q. lie

or what ""I. they will likely cause I. from club girls and women irritation to the nose due principally to the fact faces or eyes Even though the lenses crack or break -&s mbkk.. Wb.

an over-production of beans, cabImitP. I while County Agent Fred Craft. that the bridge of the glasses is wider than the into pieces the flexible shell rim holds its shape.

epplant or whatnot resulting -I shad various exhibits from the metal bridges. This also causes less friction at a Bobbed hair or long hair small hats or large BUICK

In iliwister. to themselves and boys. Mr. Craft Is general manager given point. Then too, there are no sharp edges i hats or fads of style or dress, cannot defeat the IQ28

poop!' who have been growing !': of the fair, and Is responsible on a shell frame which eliminate to a large; extent, economic" need which shell! frames meet. They are

those! products for yearn. In large measure for Its su<- deep impressions which frequently break the tender here* to stay I
While I cannot answer these a ratal l flesh. What' I have written is but a summation of the

problems, I do believe that It twists Behind the ear is a delicately formed projection truth with a most sincere desire to serve the public REGISTER

would help us to grow several Floral City-llld* received for of cartilege' and in tissue easily irritated with and those who wear eye glasses so that they nay MOTOR CO.
improperly: d I' '",' 'I: :"'111 rt> on the bow or ear- know and appreciate the services of craftsmenwho
3 kinds of crops, and to not rush construction' of :2! miles of hard- .
pie>'.' ,\ V.I: '.m. ..on be so are giving their best service to protect our STARKE FLORIDA
madly Into any one line Jutt because surfaced highway; 18 feet wide -".
841\' I'd TO most precious sense, vision. Optical specialist
It happens to bo "up" ut the known aa Floral City and Floral em "'t'bixtrat .Ian realize this confidence and are guarding it .wit CTlilC* BETTER A1TOM..K: Alt nl.'lf.'r nCICK WILL Rl'ILD

present time Island road. i ....4* eternal vigilance. THE

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;;1 FIUUAV. XOVKMItKK: :25. 11)27: ____ ___ JUL\ >FOUI> COUNTY TKI.i; .: IUI''', STAKIt .:, FI.OIUDA PAGE: RRVEV
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(Continued from page 'J.t> t the days are netting shorter don't Leu.11111 would a runnlbul bt !' Louise ('\1 ra way. teacher vn Slump Victor Thomas, lit Sweezy Beverly duly Klholin: :Ninth; Kruilc, :Milton Brownlee, ,,1d+

was n-sight worth. seeing. you ? < lit I he ate his mot her'.. sisters? I 1 Klghlh/ grade: Kelp Cox. Kvel-: { S'lhollz.l"lbll, : Sllcox, (itMirgo \\..hltl'Irs.: Byiiiini Perkins Louis l Hill. Jr., Richard Long

Last Saturday the group of :M. S.-YI'S.Itllrlls.Wt'll.. (eorllld-f'1I bite what/ ? I -- -- -- ---- toucher.Twelfth. Howard, Moore Murjorle Newell,

)'OUIIIJ!: football aspirants who have that's the sun trying Leo-An uiint-euter of course. j REPORT OF COUNTY FINANCES grndo-- Lola Cnlncy.inendolyil :Muriel Sllcox. Rachel Sllrox.]

been capering about oil the local to get buck in schedule with ( Laniit. Jessie Williams.Tenth .-__ h

gridiron almost dully since the my watch. i BRADFORD COUNTY
Miss o'iorenct'--Whnt) l best I I grade Lnulso Hayes, JacksonvilleC'ontracts let for
opening' /: of school not I tliolr flrslGhana I Isabel KnHZynskl.;: )Eva :Miireoltee.Kdnii
For the Period March 31st 1927 .
at Home l''Ullll'tloli. These JosephVhut Is Llmburger prevention from biting insects I Ending : Lester purchasing GO.000 cubic yards (of
Staimhnry,
buys Journeyed all of :23! miles tocoinage i ht'i'sc made out of? Dora Just dou't bite then The r..II"1'' { "r. 1..1'h., t t ,' ,.. ,. pus anil, illxliiirHomcntH of the, ciitltlt: Sponholtz. shell for.. hlRhnny work In county.
In tattle with Dill f II Milof '11.,1. itvl, soon t i I ih. \p, th'd| i 'inline' flu. rah lint, I'IL'7. wllli, Starke Work liegnn erectliiKlower .
a : D. of
1. Out
.Troop uoors. ihs lialniuiM.. and niiuitini' of wniiiintK, KiiiMamtliiM' < ; and, n Hlalement' i s r 1'1'III'r, : KIlIIIII
Hoy Scouts of Galnw! yIlle. But liriiiiinlliClub utul 1.1.il.Illll.' Mini tin \ .illl." of Count-' piopi'ity ol' lu-r hail t School to operate croHsliii
didn't pun out no nkely.The Francis-have Lohen The Driimntlc Club held Its regular of .tin HUM: : Itta.lfoil: : : 'c<:tunus: : :I p.: .;.'od: ,.ii' t the: ;,tint/ ; day' : 1CInrch, 1117.liy : I < 01 % 11 ri MI HIIt'IIII' over each of main street!
thluKH you seen HIP 1 II,111.1,,, of 1 C..IMII *. .CoiMiin-sioiH'i. i and. ''h,' "Io"'k| of ,the Circuit' Ooiirl' i /
final score wax 1(1( to 0 In grin ? nu'eliiiK\ \Vediifndiiy ;November ; Is unili'i' .. I Inpi. ,.ox Iploitt of Clulplrr. HHti.: Ails of li'ir.' 1fnn' lily' flmillllllHIM llll'tm'ltt" ofiho ,ossliiKH I thrmiKh town. ,

g favor of the enemy However Jewell-No, but I've heard Mlnneliaha. Iftth. Tho following\ program Laws ,II.\\.: li:., .h"1 ,ir..,1,1. iii.nly 1 fur, month' fOr WalesAddition. to negroschool
KHVIJST,: ,\ I(1)1. ".utpr.'ller.General OrlnhiT.l 11187fiinirnl
" the boys don't feel so budly about was given!; : ; FundtlepoHltory I'miilriiiriil I hero riniipletpd' recently.Sarumxa .

result They played their first I'll k..glvlllg lay--lsnbel 1 Kiuyskl. .. I I.'mill '1 wa-story modern
a
the IIn.n'. '...... O. li.lier Ism., IH2I1 I 2.HB7m Pill]. Kept. I, III.'TUmplptH !IIZr.> 71
gums without the aid of Duster 11111 S.-What Is great I. Uul sit mid Iii I<( WatrantK' Oi'tolicr' IHI, m2d __ 111 rIIHI. ihitlnu; monthiirriiiitM 2417111Sil74 fin depart 111<>lIt station will he
Keclgrave" the are of their back- your The Cull of the JlIIIIIKll'r--l.oll- \\ ilnrliiif< niiuilli" 7i> erected! nt show grounds; at IllnnllMH ,;-
est ambition ':<'I ll'TN FOK W1X MONTH 1 : Illll Uel.( I. 1'U7! 'HH.I7ml ,
field. Only a part of the rrgularInc Nookle--To wash mothers ears ise 1111) ('11. Net: llalnnce iilohiM, Ism,, 1 1112(1!I ., 1.04IIUI flue nnil I'l.rrclturf. I'l HrotherH, & Burnum & Il.vlley
wus present und Dick Cii'HIK Grandma Model 1922:! :!-t'Uiru IIKC'KII'TH; 'III( :SIN:: MONTHS'( :,; : Illll.' Si.pl" I. | J7kiM'Olptfl 1719 II IIVIIH.
) KIOIIITax: Collirtoi., taxes' ____ _.... __ __? J.tnn( M : during< month" 1.1114111'nrrlUlls I
another valuable inun was absent.It. Trof. Dowling-What Is rallo? Louise I'tek.Ma Tax c-itlleitiir., llct>HHi>N ..__..__ ____ _____ 80! 2Oiimiplrollir % lllirllltf' 111.Mill II I II'III 17 West" I'alm Heach, New; ; Sonthi .
---. JoBKlo IJntlo is : timid\ the Alllo---Tllt'llIIl1- (11I"1'11'011..1'. do111P1,1inns .. "" H'I< JIll !1. Oct. I 1. 1II27) H.III.H: i< 11111111"111'11 l bl'I proportion It. It. Tat rJIII"III. 8H.'I'I Kiiinl, '''..'..1 IiOI
II. S. IU'XIJUlie : \: 1'rof. DowlltiK--What Is dreu. Cotnptrollt-r, TeloKrapli Tax ______ __n____ 25 B3 Ill I ]I. trpl. I. IIIJ7 SI,,...:.Ml '"
I ( I.: __ .. ".1Id I:,' .i-lMIr' lllll'In
The ;rigrnm conimilU'e for our :'otnptrolli'r.' \.' 1'11" I < *< 101,11111 .
tion ? 1'1'0111I1'-1 \u.lous.. IIIKIII ,nil-, ,' ? . 80.60\ \ 1)11,191 \\niniiitN, ,,. iliii'liiw" ,, month' 1 ------ -- .
II.--Who's the brightestppruou Helm Proportion Is ratio. nt'xl' iiirctliin; Is comjioHi'd. of: Louise Illll' n,.,. I I. 1127oiHiiinllnii n'.." 1

In algebra dims? Prof. Dowllng-Dllt what are ll.tyeti. I'1111'11 I Louisa Peek June ft na.l, TrilNteen. Iti'fllllll, __ 1,701.80 / : fund CURED
.MakltlK' It.11.Illii'lilMlirilMKMMNTH ft.R60.50I. Illll Si-pi I. pi.'T I I'
Allen 1.Jlrs.: White. ratio and proportion? Kulk'ii foil 1'uill Kuiftht.lllfinr ;: : :: "fait SIX MUNTIISISninrv : Ki'ti'iplM ilnrlnir, "UK.nlliVammiM '
of fli-ik. of 'iin' I'lrciiit (",,nrt an. County \ iliirhiu,, "mi.nt' U Any du.xpxi' veal trfund Your mnnr7 U ',, !
Lois- Kuch: other.Miss I ,\' ( talc Anintof.\ anil. ctiMk, ,to County,,, CoiiimlNNloiierM' .. 750.00led Hal I Oct.. I. H57 ,I'W I'AZO( OI.N 1 MKNT: fnil* ta cur IMIPN.ttaa Itchirinj In g. lc' i
1'mtmdinir
I I Ulan' ,nailIllentt', I *. of ('onimlHHti.nerti SftO.xO Id.e'. I'enslun. Etlovtlititf or
Tommy What wall de- The nicetliis was called to order 1'ity of Sheriff: fur iitii'iiilann n Ii,,1. with i>ila titpo, 76c: or lu tin hues
your : Jackson-Where wo Paul i iKeverp nn County UcunnilsHlonet'H < ,pf I i. HUT iirvtiiiiKoeelplM \ ro'n Jn-f 1)k fnrJBAZOLiQlNTMENT
I by the president. Ccnrne lii- u. .. _..___ 84.00SalartcH ibirtnir mouth L' 'I'.1'Wnt'1'Hiitn '
port men t last month ? when he warned the colonlaU ] and of other' ollli ITH and employoeM: ,iliitlnir, Mouth' i 1..1 '10'>
? I man. Tho minutes were "read Attoriioy' for. County "*01111111".1<111111'" ______ 5.T5 Hal. Uri I. 1027:! inn tr.urliMiltnritl !
llurrhend-Zero, but that means i aiiprovetl{ I. Tlio pronrnm" w'Ils. aa "'..''''.iNiir' Iti-irlHltiitlon\ ( .." ._ .. 110.0H') \ I'linil
to :Monk I 1) On a horse.EImvrWhat ll"I"'h I 'N 1n "''1,111 \\I"'hIlI1K"' : Hal. Hepl.. I 1"G 7 MI'.11 ill 1 1.1 ----. .- 1
nothing" me.Merrill follows : Cnllll: : .. _u. ..__ 4S4.19JUS. 11"'".,'qls dui, ,.,Ilitr niiiiilh. _' tot i iMrinntB
The Life "if Loimfcllow by Klmo ;1- 1"r, "'"UIII)' 1111,loll UII": \\ iluriiiit, MM,nlli !.xo nnHid. ...;;W, '1"' I
are you Weal'lnl!: : ins .11I111t""M mill i.ihi.r, ntli'iuliMilHTiipl u__.. .(in .. on. I. 1 '*27 :nn :,isIliillitlitic ,
] S..1st that t watch any : your sock rongHido out for? :SI' mill mid the Klepliunt Light. l iinil writer ..___. 131.51Insllreill' fond .
a net with the TlKorBtoryj( hyl.nHI..I' _._ 411111 Illll Sip( 1 I. 'lJ I !! 7 511' LAND
good I l'IIJlIt'--Xhere'H a hole on the A ( Illi'lilelltlllH, u __ .. U. JI KlMM'IptH: itlirlllMT: iminlil I Inrrous I
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UIIus--Any good ? You notice other side. :l'ollhIlIZ.' proKrum .om-I fare' of .utility poor: \\ during, uunt, its j
mlttl' win niMiolnted' for the ,Allimiini't. inaili' ,to Pnninirs iiutnlild of lnorllnllMi I Hill del.1. I I. 11127Itrndfurd ] SURVEYING ?
I lullil. \Vnrlnnt. .. __ __ nII.'n.. ,'
Lester Siiou- mill liv .-- -- un_ -' "uuty, Nov I 1. 1t7! :! I
they WITH
nii'i'lliiK
/ : I 'runrr's. IIIItUPMi.;;; ;; ST\TIJ': OK Kl.0llin\. i 1I l

SECRETARY JARDINE URGES MUSCLK holtz. KuthrynVecnt;: and IleinyMiiHl. I......" 1r Uillrers. .1I11'"I'lIlln.1 Wllm'lfMOII __ Itlt. O I lii'l'i'l.v ....'.''IC'. hill I I the I foroirolnir Subdividing(
\. 111"11" 1'1"1'1.' : Nlnl.'mrnl, ..f 'ii,.. "r'eolplS ,iiini, Drainr
then iidjiiiirtifd.mi'
We
FERTILIZER AS AID TO FARMERSHave : : I'.rs .f 1111....rs, nod, 1 t'nmurtttees _______ 23,75l w'arrnntn' I 1..1' | HKlllllHl tinfllliili I:
SHOALS "l "lnu.i and I'rlllllll" Systems
mil ) '; nf Itniiiroril enmity for I the 'niiintlinf i age
IIj
: < >itr' or i.Kiiiui; cle."H'; I$: 1I"lIrr, Nlntlunrry-Illnnks' si------------- 1321111 oitol.i-r. VIST:' IK linn and ci>rrort .
11..1'" IIo..l.s __ 201.05AdrerUnbtg In lln> I/| .>.1| of inr ii 11.1l.'dgr" < : Accurate Work K t
Been Making Promises Too Long He Says 'lulI'e,1 hI' 1.lIw and pall for hy mil lielli'T .
flub.. N'urkAt 'mull' .. 77.411I (1.V \I.HRTIM\N.(
u -- -
our busliifHB meetliiK on ..IIIIIII.(1 p01d I" I Juicing: I'li'lU, I'll.nit 1 < *iiuit,, I H. E. Lagergren ;: '
which help the farmers of thin. 'I'll X \.1' -- 2.01141 I I liimiroril" ('..""".
"One of the chief ways In we can Wednesday the inllunliiK were 111'I '- I 'I'1t /.ilrrtor . 712 fin Hy f \ ICnlKlit., ':
country Is to help reduce the com of their fertilizer bills Secretary nf pn'iiti'il, in J program commlltee for Sheriff lten.aruI'null. Vrk, 831.111 U 1 ..M'piil' 1'trlk] Statkc Fla. .

Agriculture William JarOino, told\ Muscle: Shoals\ Inquiry committeeof I next' week: Martini Irlftls.. Cleo ''bo'lt. I l'h'1111 ('0111", 11..0'111'1' < and Oenel'/Il/ Co".tW"k ", ._--- .( '
statement that has JiiHt been made public IOt,01 I 'III'' '117110'IIPInli1111511.IlID'' '''' '' '
congress last spring In a Shepard J. J. Hooks and Ol'urgeSW.zy. 1'1"1111" lIt entlent! I'lectian.------------------: 6611.113 5,193,50Mukhg
"They have to use more of It rather than less of It. and concentrated I G. M. INMAN .1'
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If I understand It correctly-means a reduction of 25 or 30 < Ih.r"11 l.f.III.OOI" I
fertilizer- At the assembly on )Friday the I '. Trunsrrr, f.,0'1' 1.11". 1111,1 I'urrellurl fend 1,5'HI.(111'
per cent In the present cost simply through savings on freight rates and I Ur" '1"'III..r.r rune, Untsinndlux. Ind.I 'hlydness ,fund 10.11 1,6Z0.17 RheumatismVblle l
following talks wire given; :
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Real EstateAll
tnlslnflt. Jardlne In addressing this committee nargcd, ; with the The Ked-eyc'd- Khodn/ Zc-lKler. :N1; Itulanr.. :II1'.h' 31MI. 1027 __. 1I4W'n14 ( \ In FriincH with I the Amer- w
Secretary I nnls Uuismndtag' Slnrrh' :I\sl.\ '927 .. 13J.511
disposition of Muscle. Shoals explained that he was not Interested" In The, .tlbatros4--John Janus li nil Army 1 talned a noted

Muscle Shoals from the power standpoint nor for any other kind of Itookx. (Uepnsllnry" HIIIII... March. 31.. Ion __ I2lf,1I) I'Veiu proscription, for I the treatment ,
except that of "making It work as effectively as potmlhli I The Storm'; l'ell''I--\lllhll: SilI 1'1'11 tII "'"11"1:1'1'1111: : FI'SIIIrpmllurv of my lime and energy d
development I 1".11111... uru.h' ,.I' I" 11'2" 3.37647 of Itheninitllsm/ and Neuritis. dI
In the Interest of the farmers by Riving; them cheap fortlllcrs""My s I I'OX. UulstnndingVtu'rnn,, '", Urnber' 1..1, 111211._ f(1.70,( : from
chief concern Is time.that we For do It 10 without years now delay.the We promise have been of a cheaper making! These talks were very Instructive Not; lI11h.a. ..1'. UrlLar, 1M'. 111211 a,31r.77In.al"I' lie npplicd to t the real t's- will wondeiful, results Tho pre-

promises for a long und greatly: enjoyed by all : h'nl, SIXaisTliut. ; : Hiilpllon, roHt inu nothiiiK.\ I ask
fertilizer has been before this country. If we had had this. going In .\ I lllltMirfll, ilK'Nt i, I"roue.' Tar (,11"1..1' '1'lIx,'" __u __ .82 tate( husinrss in Starke.I -->.--
1
the last five years, it would have helped the farmers materially" I 'ump'' tai tor. ardeuptln11a _ 757 nnthlnu fur It. I will mall It If
During this same hearing Congressman John J. :MrSwiiln:' of South'; Our I'"mIIK greatly honored I-Ih.'ft.' flues 2,91'1511 1 am in position to handle you will soul. Ill 0 your addresn. A
afternoon by a vl 'it I terli." %1I.'I. 111''no' 3.lIn77r.
Carolina made( It clear that there Is no guarantee; of any very cheap I last )Friday I farm properties that are postal will bring It.'rlte today.

to 'i'lzcr through the various new processes urged by Dr. F. (}. Cottrell from Rev I.. \\'. Klckliter.;: I IUviis > I Ms klag Jlnlnll" "o -. 0.82802 IMII, 4'.\:Si'; ':, i>cpi. r-.vj::, iii-otk-
amid "1'I.Iut'It'11ti.11N'rui' :; 1..1t. SIX SIONi'IIt:< : priced right. t F
I Invitation : My trip bi
spt'ilul
and his associates of the Fixed, :Nitrogen Uiiseareh Laboratory. \ theru by '''MI of ,I'rlmtnal, I I I'rns"rullnn": I nil.1.: hits. .

"1 do not care 1 how cheaply the du Pont people may l be able to I hulked to UM about I he'ar between Hhp'lfT. n,1 JI"I 1>nlirx, ('ON' I 11111" 111 "rln'nnl' north this summer has,

m11nufn c lure nitrogenous: plant food they are not going to net up thlcostpluaarensonableproflt s I the States. I lie gave; nil a ?"'". 1.3 till
('1)l".'"h''.''s. "'osl' LAIN' III "nlllill c'us's 1I:1.2fl: placed me in position to
plan ( as Involved In the offer of the Amor very, vivid account of the buttle of. I lulls' 'l1 I 'rll"IIIIII'lIs,'" ('onnty Judge Post lulls III :\tIlll'itninl

lean Cyanamld Company) They will make all the margin between the I ('h lull inn tl gal nnd CliHtliinnoKB./ Itfilled cuss ._ .. __ ___ 4511,57I sell properties listed with

cost and, the existing price of Chilean nitrates and l they will make Juntas our hearts. with pride, to hero'him '."II'V' 1'r.se.l"....s ot lull Allorll"Y t'oliUrllun' .. reos Run 8"I.en.i :' onvtlrr"N me. ,1 h. yh v "ii".1..un1. ."..,18 tllll' tucorhninuflnnl. ,F

much profit as possible. Now. what I am anxious to do al .Muscle tell of the ,milliint; conilnct, of I ( ouri 'Su: n.grn'. Aber I In' IIIMUtvelicy CINPi $$10 (::IllsharIIT's I d"r.,rnu cnlel"ed hy the 110111. A. ;&.
Shoals l Is to use In time of pence that mighty protect In order to hoop It soldiers'.. 111 these ;I'nlnnlslun, : an, I"lees, : elr, cuilnried, ;: 21111.111I'wNl STAltKK.: ri.OUIDA .\.11.101.. Jalgo< of. Ihu 20111: JIIlh..l. a ,
ready for war .. It can be uspil{ r>" n hammer l III i drive! fertilizer I the Confedenite, "the. Ih" ,tsu0rl'N 6'1It.IiOI'n' '11'1111. of 1'9orlda... 'In '1111.1 1 fur limit- l
battles. .f Jllr"r III ""rlllll..n'' "'asrs, ( .Illy and rm. d' 1'.UII'y, 'In l'hll-ry, ,
prices down through competition .' ''MIIe', Pear, 1'uurN,,, ._ ._ _u __ ._ 1511.ln NI. h duo. ,,1' Ut'tub..r. ,\. II. taH on ,.h.I" t
11',1 n'' Jnll u_ ._ 75000Incldodols Women Who/ Suffer I lint certllII, e.o whvre''.. Paul ; r ,
.\ I.OU-I'OP IVllMlleoino BU.411 I 1""lIlIO"" s, 11I""I"I"r'I..I. IL tY
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH 'I'ra nsferrd In IIPne"rut l f"lIn,1, n u __ __ I.Colln.no 11.278.A7 IInl. .uud. I.. II. l'lu'Irldge' 1 n. ere eUI'I"'ra... Curn- yt aY k,
(; Sweezy In. a general I favorite With lieu dai'Ites. illxrlnoHH. |IIIIIH| <
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: I II n Ilii. luii'k. and I tit' h,r iilliiu>ntN from l'I'"N':':: : il'I':: l 'I'I\ M Itny I Mary I. t y F
In our room. Recently bin 11111: : IInlllll". 111I'h 31..1. U27 _ u ______ 41.x5lVnrrunis : ':S ", I.tlle: j I am., I..:
"IDEAL FASHIONS"by box of Uatstu.llua.. Starl' 'h 31..1.. 11127 - -- 101.111 i ihieposilory in' Iniii'llvi'' liver will fin.I I.IHIU'Hinn tau. .. 1".1., Ilrt/ J'I'1 Ilou.s '0\1'11.\ '
mother sent him a whole I l Just thn thing fur ri'llcf.iirt .
I loll, .
a c.rpm, .11. ". I'. 1-:. ]'Ink hula,
loly-pops and ho gave one to each Itnhtuce, Starch 31..1. 1 1927 _._____ 110.05 > nr.i.i.-x: 11111 110\1. FI SU : : : .III.n\:: r '
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Jean Belle Hamilton of his school mal ... They were III cdellclouM > Uvpashot.y Itnlnnrr. Ilrl.ber. 1..1. 1"2'1{ 9',5.11, PILLS .. elrh.rlltan.... .IL A.... l IVlmhx" '' ,.;
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.. that the room iinamlously nulstnndnlg, < WIII'r'III'' (Iet.Ler. 1st. U2"" __ Nnn.' I',,niryil' 1)Y IMuiu I,Ii,slit, n r Nllviil I p141'Urea
both George '''''II'"IIY, ,a "'.1'111'1I11..". Ihunplun, I t
decided.. that / 1:0.1: ; Iin In al'.. __ 1Ilfi.3t! : Nu. rul si.l'CN 1'uupn fly It cn.porlnor.hIli ,
amid his mother were, first cl.isnHcoula. I':ii'TS ,Tilt six MOo.TIIR: ; : r-- 'Tj3ii nulPuurd: ; :1)r: :1'. 14. 11 rpur, :071; ti ,
I --1 I'rum: rims'n..... 1'"k..wlI __.. _2nI.41IJIIng TH---i. I'"I sl, Int.'simeul' 1',"'I"uy, "a cllr. 'I, 1,,
I'nuten.' urn d.reo,1. ..ul., the rixu"d
% 11..111". u__ 1,190.74!' I :Mark every jraveith: a t Ii. $..1..1' ::11..1..1' Will lieu"n.!
r- If hail, 6000 IIshtrutsI: ":hINTS::'; 1.111 SIX StrNTilS, : Nnu. Monument. I salesman ,.. ''I". hl"h"1, Ll,1d.r far cash ..llIr.111M' "
Mrs Perkins: you am a ..
t tlu "Ignl hour.. of solo. .n M...".
bushelx of toni and sold It at $1 Ilepoxltury' IIl1hll".... Mn"'h ::11.1. 1"27 1.1 (9074' for the National ..111.II". ,'Ili dal of I Dr.vnnbor.' A. L .
\til1le'l 1,1'1 III.. I'I SU I"J7. 'In rru11l tit
? t ''h. H..II'h' d.a', ot I
would i
per bushel what you get P"I.r tin 111""'", O'I"h", ,' ISi., 11I2 5x4,19IPuIctii II'' "nil. h"III'", In the ills. .t NInik., tt
:Marble & Granite; Corporation '
John---A new 'ar. ( nil ing N'nrrmits" chimer, I.,. 1\1211\ _.. __ N..". II".IC..I' i 'nnut, y. "''II'.. of Flurl.1' ..4 J 1Ihr k.
I r"1' '' '' ,,11.11".1 111",1" lyl''t
:Net; nnl" 11..r. o'.r. ., I In20 ___. fiIlH.III Atlanta. <:i'a. ,and I I I.. ,lug,, III ''h. unutes lit l'lnT
Question( On a recent test. ) IHII": : h'Uit. 1-11 IX SIU1T11&N4 ; : uud. 'trv.lfurd, ,la-alt., ( ,
tile three great classes of '..m 'I'IIX I ('.Ii.rlur141es, __ 212' Let me show you samples: t \ of Nullhwst, quarter' i' ''I
Name 1'1'1;: :
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457 210415t.klnx : : :
( .tnpi. roller. H""IIIIII..n and pu11i I qunl"i"r of Noltbwoxl l !
foods. -- prices.STIR14 : 1"1..1''. NuiIIi. huff .f Nnrlh.t *
\ Answer Mont, bread" and tuler.npOI' > Ruin, n''" 511194 t'OUKTNKY at I Q".r.. 11..11'' hw.,1. qua rlerf Nol'I''Itnsl .
1 UISIn'ImSIaI" I::-'rl4,; 'nH HOC NONTIIS:< : quarter. nil III "N.ctlo11. 21: '
>lIIInrv at ('''II.yI1"t; .____ 75000Supplles Nurllitrust. gall 1'1.1' IIr """II.w."t.
)((!-( At physiology: rocltutlon. ___ 1I.6n 75115nDrpusltor I "Filling Station '1".1.' In,,, 4..l"1.111. 8N.rti/ : ,butt IIr '

i J )-When my grandfather: was Bnlnnr... I..r'h. 31..1. 1'127 4R.:14: Starke Fla. I tor N.U, ',,1'N: ,.:Ir't::::, galu; Nnrlhw..t; I Pr, ;In Nurtan qunr

lie delicate that N11)o\ "I."ln'li FI'SI. .. 211. Natoli .half of
an Infant was HO - - -- -- : Suutl.m.t qunl'tur
: : .
P"I"ry" tin In are, Uot..6.r' INt. Inn .. ____ 8117.01 Kunst. : ,lwu, : i"r of 8ulhwnsi: : : l 1 t14.111
I they fed him on eggnog,; to keep oll"lhM'VII.rUI'I .. O""h,1' 1..1. )1921!' ___n____ ID.110 4uurirr. laid: but of Nnuthw..t L
him alive. mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmCO.'INS 6a 'I'uitrlrr .f $11111 h.1. /1..1'/ "r
Net TIn In n"p. n?,n'1'' 1st. 19211 ____ ______ 1Ir,7.0 Noel l.1) 2:1: ; H"'hw.t' '1lIIIrlur ot
I II I lienDid he live? I It ::, ',.:ivrS h'(.lit six 1\I"STII8: \i: & CASKETSand Suu' :Inv IINI Ipuu Iir In Ilortl.n' 2
From Tns n11.'ct.r. Taxer __ ________ 21725 Nnrl Ii iii Ir. Sun,Ul.nst; y,o, art,er, J;:' :'
I ... I4 The fourth grade of the grammar Comptroller, n"lelnllIonll u ___. _____u___ 437: 2111.116 j jMnking a Full Lies of butt, of. Sautbwrst 111'1'' '. In Sew I 1"I

1 :. LJ ( 1 a /rt! f'' school reports the fact that flnlnnre ____________ J;' 74 : Ilan: ::1 r.3"1:! ::'''In ,::I'.wnshlp;: 7'IHb : ': (

they sent $4.00 to the orphans UIS1mi'ItsJ: I.tf.NTS: : FOIL SixMONTIISAllnwunces : ; : 66// II Undertakers' Supplied I 10 niil4vt,1, ford, ('''''III'' 1''. IFLiridi' ulna' '1

n__. ._ __u. _____.n_ West half .r Northwest tuirter III V
home In Jacksonville as a Thanks- I II ( heir\
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\ AUTOMOBILE HEARSE Suction .10, nnil. North. South
giving gift.; Warrants OIlI..nnIIII", March list. 1027 ---. ----- ---I\ "'lint iiunrliT. of Si-clliin :3c'{, all 1 In
Township', 7 Hiinlh, ,, llaiiK") 2:1 |,' ...
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nlllnn'. March list. Iq27 ____ __ 311, .IIII l Ah.... .. .nL T" _i _rot_ IIIK< and hulnir, In Clay County', Klur .1
HONOIC ItOI.L V'.I'.llnrY lIa'.n''. 0..1..1'. 1.1. 1"2 nun____ 7.54 ., tb. I....' prf_ a_.. ... Ida. ) ,
III 1.111'(1 I'1'SI) l.nllD. C* ll....P.. ..._ N' K. PI.ItHVMAN:

First A l'\all'4--L.\ O. Jonefl Ixet n"lnn..p. M..r'h. 3IMI. 7927 -- 2"96.0$1 axnlsraaao: BIIJtALII HI..I"t. Sumtern' / Chll"cery. .It
OltRll1ndlnll'111'1'11"'", 0"01".1' 1st. IOZfI ._ __ Nuns I'I'p"I'OIlUnI'V "NI'r, &- INIIII'I'H' .
Thomas Mcirsereau.) Hilly Long, DEWITT C. JONES ,,,. k... I Klorlilil..,
1262 Doris Strickland. Miss Fredericka Net flI11nn"". O..their. I.'. Inl1 u.._ 7 fill I KolU\lorit l : for. CnrnplnhutnI.. a

I Struth. teacher. Itecolpts' for Six' months: Nnll"I.I..hllr..m..nl" STARKE FLA. 11-4-&IU.L-!- :- .

(8 M i )First grade; --Margaret Albert for SIr Months: Nunn >(''!.U II 1
I""oI'Y" Ihrhtnre. March 3'' ",. 1927 ___ ._n 75,1 n u3mrk.ICarg99stpmf9t7tDNrJIDt919AIDSay, ) I -
son.. Km. Edwards. Clara Flume 1 -
I. Mel- nl"I".r''Ii''I. i ,1.:11":11'1' : lt.. I'i 1" .. In c-lreiilt (fi.urr Twoiily-MUik ''
Lillian Moseley
earth Johns. ,
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\\1 Ileporl tar, Iliiliiurr. n.-........ 11. U.IfI: __ .__u__ __ :11I.17 ludli jail, cirtuli. ,. liiiuirurd Com., I jr. ?y 1
1 MJ I lie SIltox.ol'Ilellt) howling, Iiiman "iilHtnnilln Green Joe Hlgglnbotbnm N. T. it with ..
1133 I lhlhln, ..'.. (1'1.'b"r 11. ,q211 2017lterehls Flowers 1.011lI.I".lIt."h''I..y ,.
Hitch. Jr., Vernon Sllcox.\ Mrs. VH
,. for Klx MnnlliHl __ Nan.MnklnK "
Herbert C. Hitch, teacher. -- Flowers For All Mi-KnuHlfiii.. .
1I..1'1n. ,'" .__. 2017 li'ri iLilantII ,,
I D and I ":. I I I n n'nrk' '
beginners
)First gradii | | <
l>ISIiriSi.MKNTH: :: ; 1 KIM" MIX MUNTIIS: ; : .x'.1,

I J A. Z. AdklnH Jr., Nettle Howling 'l TranMforri to ( in"ritl Fund ____ __ __ _e'I17-I' 1IUeposIIfl'y Occasions to,. l, I '. !.

I Mary Harriet Hlshop, McKay iinkiiiiwii. lo ciiiiiiiliiliiuni' That Ihnr*
llalnn.'i'. Mnnh 1l t In7 __ __ Nan" I .
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In ln> In, 'lh ,
Slate
1374 S. L. Alvarez ))0:. H.j 1,11IS tI.I< : ri M> IMTI..II. ,, of. Kliirlila.Known .
IJohnson I | '1"0.1| |.|.. rilllliliririitnl.fr ll-t. IJI2M _. .___ N.Ib' Gertrude GodbeyAnderson ,. ., tn ili ri'iiilafit. HTVCH| of i>ro-
Starling Dorothy Crews OliveItay I i upon, whom woe 1.1 hl"01 1 Ihn nand' .
1029 j I : Outstanding Ttnmlif. October Int. 1928 _- ._ ___n_ \ 1,01111V. Iffi-rnlan .I'
.lit' this milt fur illvnrr.
teacher.grade lleul.i Brow II. i,i i8e0Ild | *t rieflflt' nrtolinr.. I... 112B _______ 1.01114ni:1'1':11 I I hut IT i' 'III.IH Hiilil' '.''::11':1'1(1'',: : l.ItII':ItLD '
I'harluy" %McKuniili' ,
': Ts Kou nr MONTHS': Non.SLNIng 1
I Brown Hessle Varn( s. Carol |' i iln ,iiiipi'iir; In. Ihn Iii II :i.f: Klurlila::: I
1221 In this 5',7
1 '1221 .HUM. nt Hiiu-ki' on )
f.eflrlt __________ 1.019 IiI.IStrltsl'.IINTS
.y White Clarice 0111, )Frances Lee Phone 39 Waldo Fla. lii.r..ii. Mniifliiy' | '.inln.r Ii, A.
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I| : : FOR' NIX MONTH':< : N"n I'r l : t'I..k. \
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iilhi.rwliii. ;
Peek Hilly Powell. Ethel: ({irlllln, IIU7... thn nal.l t t/.5 '
Vet rii-fl'-lt.. Mil rill 1t "t. It37 ___ 1.11'314' ? mix r.ofrssrd I.V VIMI
|, .--- 'H IT 1 IS HTIlTIIKIl': .4p
UIl
teacher. flflYour 4 ( >hilKIl: that ,a+ ]
/lli.nil! InitHtnnilliiv.' Marl lint 1927"IIIII..H 4018.14 ,. tY r
this
h .
until .
Things Practical And Dainty A. W. Anderson |'HlI.II-h"1" "CO" week {
grade--
Third --- ,
far
four miMbcutlvii weeks ,
... ( Mae :Slersereau :, I Ian.Miif.h. 'M-! 1177irn None .nl, Ciiunlv, In llrailr v4 t$
: Crews .
I.plhlIa. ... .1..Io.lCr..h. publishednl
No. 1029-You will like this No. 1262-An effective step-In f < : \\ti .II1J111.1'1 IR.: HinrkiKlorliln. / .

sleeveless nightrobe with batteuu flowered voile having double (boulder fierile Mae Ward. Dun Stlll..y.1'- \Halnni'i. r'MMh In flepnultnry. nil t h'unilN* .":.1.i H. I.HI4II WITNESS: n,y hand. and the seal of r rf

neckline, and front and back !bertha straps and edges bound with thur Swambom. :Madge Middle- 'rin-.lli. >. "it'll '1'.. "**". nrrent year .. 1.1.1,19.71: longue I Ihlfi vcimbi-r.coati A. 1 li.'tlilH the. Jut day of No- .t.

w lovely lace. It is cut in alternate ribbon to harmonize with colour of ton teacher. ;, 1037I( w. r.nr'':StAN

ires of 36, 40 and 44 Inches bust. the voile. Added grace is lent by 'I Foutrh grade--Jojl.iu, Hrant- Wnrrnntu OntHtnnillnir for 11 tnu I rn:" I tells v/hen you I'lork eirrnitwart 1
I
Size 36 requires 3 yards 32-Inch slightly flaring side sections. No. ''II'Y. Virginia Hrantley! (Charlie, l rnlniiK, (" hood _< currnnt RUPKIIHOMl 1(111 111! (111 14 lIy C A. INlttll'I'I$1lld f" !
material 1 8-Inch lace. 1262 l is cut in alternate sizes of 36. : need '1".lyI..rl: *.
Price
; yard Brunt ley. Ivan Carleton. Hiiby.. ,\. "' ('II.WIO.: : .
15 centa. 40 44 and 48 inches bust. Size BJNo. 'I'.lnl 'i12' .
Soarllor" fi.i i .niilalliaiit' .
Leach Fannie Sllcox iiisule Mae ,IlIelln..tt. \1.11 : or < in \'11 "' ," 'Iu'rv:
1133-This dainty little ripgJ'uee requires 2H I yards 33-inch material ."'I """M" 2n.nOll till ii-4-st-ia-a

relies on pleated Ties for ita and iJ9f yards of ribbon. Price 1l teacher.' Jail I ;.nun'' 1)a ,
)Fifth grade: Klva !lodges Lill.lHedgruve. fiirnll.ir',' ,
smartness. They for even and cents. 4 nno nnother MtiKito rirrnni: *.I ANUHI
outline the neck in an c.imaging{ way. No. 1374-Moat appealing this llflen :Mersereau Martha Property ion i.oWB < -in: nits >a

It is rut in alternate sizes of 3ft. 40 pantie and vest net. The pantie have Powell Wesley I.ukl'lma''' ':' ,""nl 1", 7'.011" .

and 41 Inches bunt, size 36 being ]ice-trimmed legs and elastic at UK 11I>rnloll. Eunice): Perkins, teui'h- Nollru: I In ,hrr,hy itlv.n that altiTi.illn.rx.

rateable\ : for 34 and 36 bunt; size 40 waiat-band. The set in cut in alternate nil i.thiir. li'tcati'i'' *, ill strlbut.t and 01
er. 'I'.TH.nm huvlnfr clalnmiirnln
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I, r 33 and 40; and size 44 for 4. and sizes of 34, 38, 42 and 46 inches Lorraine Yarborough s -> tin ,K:-ta'ii', nr John C. Col- +
Sixth !
grade I
4.: ins t. Size 36 2'$ yards bust. Size 38 .. 2>{ yards 83- V i d'" a Hi-' tohy, rKniilreil
requires
,
82-inch material. Price+ 15 cent inch material; 3 yards lace. Trice 15 / Sim-lair" "....k. Jr. Cut.Thom.iM. YES can charge your 8 HRS \ -D E Rad. to; nrcMent; ; tjljll'; sold. (cliilina: to thull'iiKiralilw

"o. 1221-Girls from two to eight cent Dorothy Swambom. ))0:1.1101'
years of age will be cool and comfortable Our Fashion Book, illustrating the -Prather. l.ulM l Long, Loin Ad- STORAGE BATTERY InS'mith's !i Jx.Coe.tsdtc.nbut'uty. .1 I i f.1.I1'. ,,| for|UH i>hlj f, !Bradford 1 iiii'inn: I..rIJ. within, ul v )l'm-flue[: 1' V

in this waist and one-piece newest and most practical, styles. kins. Bonnie Snellgrove.\ teat her +. ; 'Ir riiini! ilntoi' luri.r or -
pantie. Cut in sizes 2, 4, C and S will be of !interest to every home :Seventh'; I1l'l1de.--Annle; Varimn.firncle ..--.". ': "( h I ,. ,IH; Id: lit;:, IMP, thereto: :i la d

year Size:( 4 requires lj ;yards 36- dressmaker. Price of the book 10 : ('ah-muuL i'almerVllllams I : ".(mtl!), I and KMIatf: all arc nnrhnti reiiiioiti'il. t'II.1, tn, .1f'Y'to thnirvMI said, ,

material. Price 16 cents. cents the copy.A :Mary Hrownlee. dladys, IIrUl'k. had breath KIII l(, li'titx fiirihwltli 1 tn tube uailorMl.uni'il I'

pattern for the above design will be sent prepaid on receipt of Clara JJyul Lucille )Edwards, )Etta Garage Starke muddy and: :J.in. ,': :Thlii: 11tli Ailnilulsti:'it.iv' \,,f I ixtober iiforH.: ; A. I>.
groggy nerves -
fifteen cents. in stamp or oln. V.'rlt.yr"tr, \ nam and ,mill. le.irlv, Hour 1027. '
llaynoH. Dorothy
) Gill. hope
give number and size of pattern' and address Pattern Department Fay Ha. stomach suggest its u.c. i!: U eu r.enN and .

iiradford: / County Telegraph, 32'J:: Fourth Ave.. New York City. 1 1i I Lamb, Julian Peek. Lionule JUvera. II I i ity I I t. A. COI..SO.M '
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1"Hlnn'. NOVEMBER;:: 2.". 1027


t rldiu> Cuinit., \' Bradford County TelegraphESTABLISHED 1 dirt! One! by who his made own I .NOTHIMJVllOMi ;jtiful I and useful! gift, for which Lake City-Burned Hackney ural Ion for further-rSeaboard improvements.Indlantown Air Line.

I1'bMa.: i her smilIng countenance showed Grocery Company's store iu this
at. all I IHictloii dilY. the clown The Bradford I opens new divisional office headquarters .
I County Telegraph her admiration -
I .
city to be rebuilt.DunnellonTriple
S treaterto I IN 1879 ten It merry says Rome papers are ugulnxt the I The local (guests were: Misses combination in Indlantown.Indlantown .
!bet u heavy heart. :\ State toed Uepurtment -T. M Brady andJ.
Commlglaelu7 prIHe-ltecord'r. (I borrowing i Free Wynn Wilma Alexander" Annie (Ire fighting apparatus! received
I
C. Walker
money to build highways, but i erecting eight-family
May Wheeler, Heba Maxwell.
Entered Second Class here.
" Published Weekly! on Fridays and as
--p I believes If the loan can legally/: be Gertrude apartment house here
Wynn Hilda
Durdon and of
)dlipoiA'act 41. Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida There will be no (') {I! flouted the department l Is wise In j I May Jones reported' Lake City by -all Fair growers crops! in Columbia pecans- New tftnyrna-This place will

C the Scitliourd thus! securing the build docks and packing house to
< Matthews----------------------Owner and Publisher pollcli'H In money us $2,- I \ ,
c. 7. 1_ S. 1\II'IISI'II..1.: O. Sweeney Clar- county
Mclrouii' ((100,000* will facilitate shrimp Industry here.
build
. more roads
'.Hale'lurlda I now Adklns Hluleah Water mains In East
nca Vivian -
i J. C. Robinson_______.______...______.__Managing Editor WilY ininny|' '' than In the months to come I Saxon RoscoI Illaleith and will Winter Haven-5 new fire plugs
May nearly completed
li<.f way titan i lion of I... li Powell I That Is precisely) the point and I furnish water for large area in this Installed in city.
In ok I to S. Jiivlun \\' 'I the Telegraph he The out of town guests Lake Worth-White way lightIng -

ee thus Ot'thenot SUIISCKIPTION KATE Nl'WM.Stop. .t'ithe chairman) of can the road assured department that were:. Miss Edna :Manning and !Mr.llerhert ncctlon of city.lirooksvllleLocal. cyanide. plant system on Luke Avenue in
i Hart of Sturke and !Mr. i iI
Yearly $1.50; Six Months 75c-Payable in Advance knows exactly what ha is do- Lee Merrltt of Linden. erected for tenting gold: 1 In Hernnndo prospect.

0 Twtl giving "lift" Ing. Dr. Hathaway I la! not the county resumed operation. Barlow-New bridge completed
Advertising Hates on ApplicationJust Mr. Donald Adklim, of Tlfton I
,
ty ( type of man who across Peace river.
Is tho American leaps! I In the dark I
>way/I 4 Iura WIIJ-H (!a., la the guest of leis parents, 1lIkeland-PI'II'th'olly all right
b AKHOclutlou's advice Ho Is sure of his ground' before Mr. and !Mrs J. K. Adklns.Mr. of ways through this! place secured) Santa Hosa-Cotton crop here

fy it ,ova 6a' about thirty days: to Christmas. Such tin admonition Is the I begins! to talk. In nil of our 'I I' for state road 17 from Lakeland tills year. will reach hulf-mllllon-
!\ and :Mrs. M. L.
twenty years' I Andreu. and dollar mork.lll1lhprryPart.
uce 9H with lilkci-H lint Acquaintance with to Aubtirndale.
a. ;, o I daughters Misses Gladys and Kdi ,
; erul BUftey.-Miami the doctor we have yet to find
of
tlrut.uoom.Id Nothing worthwhile comes to the one who waits. him wrong on n public !i Ilia. of Leesburg, spent the weekend Jacksonville Elaborate preparations Methodist
hlj -0 I question church here being remodeled.Florida's .
.2. t or matter of public I with !Mrs. Andrea's parents being made for Florida
-0 Our Idea of money.
neiit 4 this hilt to lidvlso young: There Is nothing with Mr. and Mrs T. M. llagnn. State Fair to bo held In this city 1927-28 citrus crop
w norway Wauehulu has shipped 117 cars of vegetables month. wrong will be about 14,000,000 boxes!
how and whew to I the contemplated loan that Mr. Eldred Duncan of Lake Butler tills month.
,1 j except according to estimate.
tie vo' -0----- Tampa Times. Thin |' it does not suit Candidate Doyle was a visitor here lust Satur MclntoHh-Right of way being

deal'hree4 125; New Fork bankers! are spending this week in Holly need moHt Is when Carlton and his backers Stat day.Mrs. cleared on lllckniau road leading I Plant City-Atlantic Coast Line

Own'urpu love.-(:lalneHVllle : I ford Cnldwell and Frank Drew, T. J. Durden Mrs. II. F. :. Railway Improving shipping facilities
wood. Chesser anti Mrs. A. W. Easton from Mcintosh to Shiloh In prep here
0.1ngir Uorothy. when Is t who are laboring under the delusion -
-- --- Sturki Telegraph. that they can elect 'were visitors to Tampa this week. ,- -, ,
Tampa's eouuueoee.ens.euu11nuus11ue11e' I Oieen" '"e ew"Te' I "j ;iuuauuui'ImmwnmwiunmumauuununumwioiliuwiilniumulipiuiHAROL ''
nit.ltami Bradford may have a woman candidate in the primarynext I erred to Dorothy we $1 0.000 a year city attorney governor Elder J. P. Haner filled! his '

mil |, June her to answer.-( / of Florida on a platform of regular appointment at the Christian C. WALL -S'

jna spa j --0 mud slinging: Innuendo and vlrtu- church lust Sunday morning
'
MI.101Bta 4 0SeuL&ard'i Miss Tracy F pE'ratioll.-Tallahlll'Hee State New. and evening. '

utal '! new president says: he will carry out War been absent from s<' ---0- Mrs J. P. Sullivan, who has! : INSURANCE sSTARICE
Jed + been the /guist t of her son, Cleveland .
d,. field's plans in Florida. eral days since the "Further reduction In state tax- Sullivan, lias returned to her ] :, FUHIU.\ sj -
ty and t we pupil ''
uaaI&
us. That
look
good In
print but |: hoar
o '
ute too mum out of despite what Governor Martin j ItcpifHrnts" I the lost. I.'IIAlIIII""flllll'" Companies
Is j Hev. F. M. / i
State papers are unanimous in saying that Florida will 1 and we will all bu mild, to have mild I I Taylor preached at
her hu( k.- llrooker about It, if there !i China I Grove last Sunday' morning. ; PIUE ACCIDENT:: LIFE, AUTOMOBILE: BOND:: LIABILITY ?
one.. have a new governor in 1920. has been any actual reduction in j :Mr.. and Mm. Una lluynes antidaulJht..r. .
fufKcre4 Happening In stale taxes during recent .N1J'STSII'NTS: ;M\I: III': t'ItO Ml'TIjY S
year we Miss Martha
: Blanche
----C7'o ---
Says Witch?--CJulf :; have not heard anyone that it''''of ,, .. ,,,,,,-;
cv1YI say Winter Haven, have been the ,Iin11NUIonIlVNtW,11i; ' 'ii,IIIIDI in"i"nun 11NII11upfhIepMIII7nIIuII1,111111 11'11'11'i'''''' t I' 'nnnum i i in um"'m" iinniii"!lepe'''i' "dn11Um11erNNInn.ut5CAN "' |
IIr4In.7er allow the force to take Thanksgiving, the Telegraphis umn Tumpa Tribano.p fell to them to benefit by It. Mr. guests of Mr. llaynes parents this

issued one day earlier this: week. --- Martin poke at Starke one day I week Mr. llaynes is assistant -:- .= ...

Hf o That I.eenbtirs till! week and press reports say : postmaster at Winter Haven and

I Is determined to have he told his audience that he ex- usually spends! his vacation here. I
Putnam county medicos: are blacklisting the deadbeats. represented at the pects to "reduce taxes further" before !
Mr. <1. V. Knight and daugh:
erth Even physicians have to eat occasionally.All of the Florida the end o. tits\ term. That ter. Mrs. J. C. Caldwell left last YOU BACK UP

u!' Kill next week. will be disappointing sure enoughIf I Sunday' for Moron, Ga., where

I vite; 1C the bola I III they go and put another cent t they will visit friends! and rela
political ads spot cash in advance.-Starke Tele- that day, we'll slip or two onto the price of gasoline/ tives.

f, graph. The Telegraph is wise.-Times-Union. Experience ford County and other products which most II. C. Priest and Hev. and Mrs.F. \ YOUR STATEMENT

fir is a good teacher-but expensive. her along.-Leeaburg people will buy. More money Is M. Taylor attended church at

-o flowing Into the state coffers now China Grove 'last Sunday

.RI--It o : Madison ; | than ever before. lint the Governor C. A. flirt and family were the

To the surprise of many motorists, the supreme court I carried two editorial gets a little wild sometimesIn guests of Mr. Itlrt'a father W. P.

!r has ruled that trains have the right of way at crossings. The ; week-one tor his declarations-for Instance Dirt of Alachua county. ?
at he
: and the other for Tampa said that if he were .
decision will not keep some drivers from contesting the crossing ,-Starke Telegmph. In the Senate he would not wait Mount Dora-Local packinghouse

however two-of us trying our twelve 'years to secure a tariff on opened and shipment "going," -e-

However we would tomatoes from Mexico and other forward.

o that discussion of a foreign territory. The need for Greenville-Enthusiastic: i::".tIng -

r'gaN Candidates! for the governorship against Hathaway are dollar loan wan not such a tariff has Just become acute of Madison county chamber of --I. ...,- t

going to have a hard time finding ammunition when he formally -Madison "; the past year or two--*nd a commission commerce held here recent!;,.. 1 i
attends to it. not the Sen Mount Dora-13 miles of 1111-
enters the race. When they start ,rehashing the public -- ate.-Plant City Enterprise crete road completed In St. L'.cle {When{ you tell a man, "I have paid
t
11; will speedily lose interest. The sentencing to -- i (cnunfv.- I

0 0- of u game warden N..1N.NNNINNOONoHAMPTON ---C that bill." Do you have a cancelled
den county for .

When one paper starts slinging mud at another, it's man accused of : : ('OI'\I'I'V: II rratS'I'I: 'nsvr'sFINANt check to back statement.

a pretty /safe bet that the mud-slinger is losing out. Wise rels will serve to :Mice Ada Nlmmo. Cor. 'I.tl. !I'"' \'I'ln'IIT up your
.
some of us that It is County 51I1el F""tI.
iu'I editors have long since discarded that practice.-Wauchula law to shoot human ..t ,............aaao --. -
Monthly nnnncllli
statement 01
Advocate. And the same applies to political candidates. us to shoot squirrels Hampton, Nov. 25. -W. M. S.' n..dCnrtl. county for the month oC

o -- The game warden of the lamptoji{ Baptist (church 5101 In7.General erheol "'"n.l.. YOUR CHECK YOUR RECEIPT. '
I than was his due; so met at the church last Wednesday Overdraft ISl'pt. 1 11127 11I2.81! ;.1
Clasping hands at a movie show is a sign of insanity, according olllcluls scent to be afternoon for the reguler Mission I Iteeeupls. 11111'11," mmIllh .1.13.:12:
W.'M dnrlng m..llth 4051115 t tI ..--
to a scientist, and for once we are inclined to think they get a little program with seventeen pres-I out Oct. 1 127!' _22 "..3111I1.'rlt"

t here may be something to that scientific stuff.-Perry Herald. son I ent.Thin I mnl. 4.p; :I. IuL Nu 1 n1I
5 ---- Iecelptx ;during uuudh
Avery Powell)) says you can tell a man's age by what he writes. :Sturko,; Is 1i'I meeting Wall led by :Mrs. V. I W"'l" dnrlng"'"m, ..nlh t 0.79! BRADFORD COUNTY BANK
growing\ I B. Wheeler chairman of Circle till. f.Jl't. I. 1!I.7 hJ. 31I1..1..t I

11. o doubt it, glance over 'o. 1. The subject under discus Xo. :I71nl.
s..pt. I. !1927! __ 61.81
I.t t We wonder why the papers: so often describe some pretty made less than three sion wax the'! "The Questioning! Itecoo0te 11111111, n1"nth 09.401 I
Although up-to-date >w." The service. I! WII"rn"." durlug 111,1,1' ,. IfI.NI I Bradford County's Financial :
was opened ,,,, Stronghold
,.tI'1t .
wedding ceremony with the words" "this beautiful occasion II\ I I. II:7! 11.67 :
IIIeel'hen made. it br: Hinging .We're !Marching to 111..1.11" no, 3 ,

marks the end of their romance for this happy couple.- only II back number after which prayer was lead ,1.1.H'II.I.:{ Sept. 111I1'lnlol'I. It'27 406.03. '' i

r Ocala Star. Perhaps the writer strives to make one true state- ly obsolete. It Is Mrs.\ W. II. Alexander, president \%' l.1, STARKE, FLORIDA
have u now revised the society. n u ___ .
ment in the article. JytIrl.t No 4 j '
I Sturko Telegraph. The following toinca were dis I 11111 Scpt I. '11,27' n M.90 .
o ways HUB a good .. "Lecelpts IInrlnlol' month __. __ 211.tllW.n'M L t .
..
'IIHS" : during Inollh 3.90 : --a_ _
_
1 Bradford County Telegraph has a column headed "From Palm lieiich Prejudice, Mrs C. E. Harper.The I 1I1t1. ll'1. 1 I.1I1..r'et 11127 Xo. 0 8&.10 -: 'i:
--0The
other pens." Wonder) if he gets any contribs from Raiford ?- "'andol'lnlJew.II.: .." Free :11,11.; O t. 1 '192:' 7 rasasusESSsHSEsasasHs :
writer of t this / 1cently I Herrlpt: :;, tlurtug, month .: m: saszffasasasasESHsasasasasasHsasasasasasHsas. t.
Ivy Clough Johnson in Leesburg Commercial. Don't pin down I shipped box WItI"'IIIII. d..I".. month 2111.1'
7 a The Ghetto-Mrs. Sullivan. 11..1. Ucl. I. lun 1HxG._____ nt! 1
like that.-Ku.stis Lake liegion. You fellows can answer that oranges/ to a relative t l Zionism-Miss Hilda, Durden. DUIrli-t Ha. 1 .n 1j
Hill. Sept. I. 11137 67,10 [}j
question better than we, for each contribution has been duly they miles were northwest most elll of '''atterHolI.The The American. Jew-Mrs. M. L. ItocvlpiH WIt'r.nI8, durlMK during. month month _un- 1183 2211 [|}] Featuring (J.

credited. Hill. th'(. I. 1127 __ 71,43
ceived. The recipient Southern Jew -Mrs.. L. ..1.Vynn. Illxlrlrl' >... NVnrrnlltB LI i
till nllll and those to \ during month .__ 2,30"[}! Etchison-Stetson
o the fruit was given Do Overdraft Oct. I 11127 ._-- 2,30 LI Hats .
You 1lIow-l\Irs. W. B. Itlntrlet. No. 9
The Tribune Stenographer wants to know if that Plant [}
had never tasted any :Hill.:; Sept. 1. 11U7 Rt 77 I
HecHtptH during m n ii---- lit,:41VHrnintH [):
Park: cannon will shoot and what at.-Tampa Tribune. Witha anything like to The Twenty-third Psalm lead \ during, montli _n_ .I.41 [):

single exception candidates for the governorship would enjoy wanted to know if Mis. Annie May Wheeler, was Hill. Oct. 1h""11127.i-NO-JO---- 01.8.1 [): \

lining the voters of the state in front of it next June some more of It, In concert, by the audi //In I. Sept.' 1. 1UJ7 ______ 4924 [0a):
up there I la no chance of I WnrrniiU Burin' It month 47.20 tug f
ence.A Hill.: Oot. 1, HI2r.. _:::: 47.04: [0a):
after the ballot are counted.-Starke Telegraph. All except IIIK and one that is a i solo "Saved by Grace" was ItlKtrlrt No.-II [0o):

Carlton.-Tampa Tribune. Filed for reference next June. growing on a big scale .... (' by Mix Free Wynn.At Hill.. Sept 1. 11IJ7 -- .__-___ 844 65
_
hit county and North I I the urrrlpls i: durliiK month .on 2l 0,50Vnrrnnla
(conclusion an Interest- \ riurlnv month
To make it interesting will bet :you a new straw lid( it will be The Biitsuma i Is a I business period conducted af Hal.. l.'t. I I. 1921 __ ___ a44.78 SO.27 a

Hathaway. of the sweetest mid which the 1)I.trllNo. 12: a
: benediction
was pro- IInl. Si-pt I. 1U7! 407,Ot
flavor -Luke City (' by !Mrs. J. P. Sullivan.' lEoppipiN durliiK month' -__ 26.17 a
WiirrnntH, ilurinv month 109.l
---- I Those In attendance were: :Mes- Mai. Oct. 1. 11J7 -_ .. a
153.60
If Captain 1idd'I'e living today he would give up piracy (ieitlnic out a :1 '!! 'V. O. Bennett Jennie Uop- Illnfrll-t %l>. IX: a a 4..,..%
M
in favor of highway robbery and take his stand at the Is no picnic. K we I r. V. n. "'Iwel..r.t.: L. Watter- Overdraft I1Ccu"ple, dm Si-pt.'Inir 1,month 19J7 -____ 127.17 ft.84 3

folks say we are nilly. A. A. Durden J. V. Jones Warriilitx" ilill, 'Inir month U .M4
corner of Call and] Walnut streets and prey upon the unfor- I I isay we are too I rHarp..r.: Josephine Sullivan Overdraft Oct 1, 1927 .- .___ 251.11ml.lrlrt

tunate travelers, A narrow street, poorly lighted with a 1 publish original B. Alexander and E. J. King. Hill. Sopl. I. l 11127\ :'No. 13 -__ 80.81 \

traffic sign hardly distinguishable i is a bad combination ; add we luck variety. If \\' II"M"IInnle :May Wheeler Hilda :, WnrrnntH Iti-ct-lrtH. ilurliiK tlurlnic month month ____ 27.12 8.fR) i7j

other papers J they say I Free Jolco Wynn. Jessie j I Hal. Oct. I. 1927 __ n_ 45.13 f/1er u
to it a hick cop whose sole ambition is the collection of an extra larv lovrnn.. If i hU t.+ 5
we I Jessie Meade and Wll- 1)1.trlete.. 16 4t/
dollar from an arrest and you have a first class trap for I MUCH we ought tu, be Alexander i|I Hal 11.\).. i I. 1U7: 3'IR! 3dil t ,
I e lecelPts ilnrintr month 2200urrantn
the unwarmed. Starke: is not bankrupt, common courtesy to up news If we hunt I :Mr. AIIIIrs.! Lynn Hall have I i'[;. \\ din" inic, month _- ::1 i'li.2.1!
'Hal. Oct. 1.1"21 __ ____ 839,23U
arc not attending to new son who arrived November Are
They As
travelers is a wise: investment for any town, and Starke can- the office, If Wit wear i j I I i Ulrli-t No. 17 Crispy And
nnl.
8<-pt. 1. 1927 ___ 157.41
not afford to get the name other localities in Florida have of wo',u sllnity.: It wo ,' :Miss Natalie Marclonny. nter- Receipt during month--.n.._.on 2180
I ones they're not paid at her home VV uri nut, ilin'niif month -. 8489 As
preying on strangers. | last Frldiy I> lint oil. I J. lt-7! -_ 97.33nlfrlrt Smart A Winter
I us not Home one will I' >nlnl{ In honor of her nineteenth i 1 Vo. 1HI Day

ttd this article from) I I I Hill. Sept 1, 11'21 171 13 I Ii

i paper. We did.-:: In I the large roomy hall wa !I Warrants KHCHlptK. durliiHT during, month month -. no 11,.02 70

I f'oiirler. larE'cI near the parlor door a Hide I TIHAT Hal ">POnD,.t. t. l'i-7 COt'MTT! : 'ij.ia There's a tang to the new line of Hats for :;

-n hlo covered In Polnsetta and 'I STATS Of FLORIDA, .
L FROM OTHER PENSStarke I \V,\'n.G I with a large punch bowl. i it lol.i-r I. IU27 the Winter Season-a smart swing to either :"

Thiy: are tlio i>n"H too "'.. \ Hilda I hereby certify that the foroKo-
1 To turn thin Ufa's Durden. attired In a 'tog statement of the rac Ipt>< and the roll or snap brim-a becoming set to their j
wire. I E'v..nlnldr"sII of crepe do luni0mentn of the funds. of nrad- :
__ Nor can they their false ford county for the month of 10001" crowns- and in "
presided! at the punch bowl colors warm Browns
MlgllTo 1927, la true and correct to the beet Hazy >
Telegraph' makes the Ruth nryan has announced that I RT"i> I Hne will for hedgeAll .: served! with delicious punch. n. B. WI001:11S.U : at a price that cannot be II ::
Congrellll again
timely announcement: "All Doll- run .! common. lives. ]i Suprlntemlant
I The guests retired to the ; equalled-$2.50 and
''' par- of fubllo 1 Instruction.Floral up.
beat ads cash In alllmlll'e.Tnm.pa from Florida. The habit la hereditary ThH, ';rmtterlng; of 1 '. where new and interesting i

Tribune. .- -Atlanta Constitution.o cells. were enjoyed. A In- We sell as n
very cheap
as because
anyone sell
'l'h.'y are the open, with feature City--Contract let for we :;
the
was
---0- -- ed hantln. guess- Duval Island road east of here for cash-and allow
Laat year: Florida Is coming A politician I tll one who wants Who Ho iiwHkA anti ... contest In which Miss May JasperSince an additional 5 percent. "
1
January Hntn-
Through iltirknean to the.
and Mr. Lee Merrltt discount. '
back. Six months ago: Florida hag the country to do BO met 1)Ing for HtnmlM were !ton county has shipped 8000 head
.
Their private fortunate winners. A beautl-
come back. Now: Florida has never him while he tries to Impress the pair. secret embroidered towl of beef cattle.Miami81.
guest
gono away.-Tampa Tribune. : voters that he wants to do some Or CnnfcuH with. their n <1 'nr lives> rAte by Miss May Jones and was a : white way streetlights

---0- thing for the country.-Atlanta Iou. linen handkerchief was Installed here. recently. J. M. ALVAREZ
'
The slate gasoline tax If properly Constitution. They nr.. the one of by Mr. Lee Merrltt. Ja'kllonvllletiulldlnlpprmlts

---o real"YOVN(4- | Near the close of the evening a Issued 1 In oath Jacksonville In .
expended la really a saving Word comes from Raiford that WOMAN: sing- Outfitters for Men
TIIR 5IOA"Pr. '(' course of ambrosia, pi- It day totaled $18.,50. and Boys
of money to those who use the the inntltutlon In Retting Into the "rvKNowv::; M\f: I' sandwiches and
a large St. Augustine-Building permits
SELF I IV HfiAD"
road. an the wear and tear on cars same fix as the Tampa stockade. And gall "The fool!" birthday rake bearing 111M lied here during recent week HART, SCHAFFNER & STYLEPLUS
Maybe we will have to have an aaBoclate fool wet l
and vehlclea In leHaened far more Who next upon the (' >n candle was served totaled 118,210.Ilartow MARX SUITS
pardon board for the state.
than the amount of The tax paid. like Tampa had for Its problem.- Who"froen known, my The honoree wa attired In a -- people here approve SUITS

Perry Herald. Leeaburtf Commercial. who knowJ; evening gown of red silk granting gas: franchise to Ralph I
I j I I Scream Column Tampa She received many beau- I). Wagner Company. I






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