Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 2, 1927
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:01003
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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Established 1877 Subscription-For Yr r$1,50: ;"Six 1 :Months" 75cI'abIeinAthanco- -- : ::; :: : : K.: S. Matthews. Owner. and 1'ublfcher_ :A; :

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> Florida street Improvementbonds I I ('ciuga'essmunit.A;; ; flreen: spent
will be of doubtful Hiatus. | Florida I Is much In the pub- a 1 short t Hint I I In I I.ho i Oak, Tuesday'afternoon 'li fur l)rown("l Mini Is Finally IG'I
until the state supreme court I lie eye of I the rout of t the United, shaking i bunds with old: I| I Itc'wnrileil..
j rules on an appeal from a recent I Slates jis she ever was declares i K.: K:. C 'one I'ollnei'lj; nf llnidlonl. I.I I. friends 1 and making new ones nut Ion Not I BII.I I ns I Oilier I Funds

decision of Judge( Kills In Luke- President A. A. Murphree of Hiej I Ilex In l-'iu-l Mji'l's After among) / t those who hud not had I Hie i .\rc Coining, In To Aliicirk..
: )( I land the Fort Lauderdale city j 1'nlvprnlty of Florida who has 1 I Ace.lilent. .pleasure. of meeting I him I before : 'Arcadia" Nov. 27. --The Imily of
commission informed j jiiht returned from the annual session Those who know J Florida's j junior ''A. II. (Conn Seaboard, Air Linn
was Saturday -- i The ,rlialiinan of (th<> Slum KoadI -
( | In a letter from Thomson. I of the National Association of Tampa. Nov ;1'7. H:. K: "one. congressman know that he Is a I I Department t, bi half I of tholionrcl I (conductor drowned III 1 Deep lake
'the State I'nlvorsltles In Chicago j 55. of 713: South Orleans who I near, lioro. Thanksgiving was recovered
Wood and Hoffman. New York avenue | man finds I It exceedingly: I cuyto I Issued I Ilio following state-
( bond attorneys. who decided. I whore he was signally honored by retired Tampa business' hut Ii. died, t make friends. of practically'I I j nifiil I upon lecelpl' by i tingovernor. II t S : I 5 5 o'clock I this morn
I being elected of that yesterday, nt Lee :Memorial I I. ing. Work to find I Ins body haul,
to pass opinion on a proposed president or- hospital "I'er'ho"y he comes I In contact I ( of I tlu< opinion of I tho mi promoIcoiirl '
: $194.000 Issue by this city. giazat Ion. "'ortf'erM.! from gunshot |I with. II.I<"'B. !Mr. (On',," was at'one ri'l.itlvo ID Ilio validity of the l 1..1> In progress. day nml night/
Groat I wounds. suffered .'rlIII'I'I, h.'n II''' since I he cllscovc-ry of ( 011" car
Judge Kills questioned among personal responsibilityfulls I time I principal 01 t the Suwuiii Stain! I toil tI I Department's. loan act
I other things the I legality of assessing upon I the head, of the University hunting companion tried to Mop i nee High School and nuido, his I PIIHHCI) by I lie I legislature. al I Iho containing. his gun mid. clothing .
I the entire cost of paving/ of Florida by virtue of his. u wild, bull that wan ('hllrlhlIII'/ I I I homu I In Live Oak while engaged session of I 1927'"When : Thursday afternoon. Tlm body .
new position. and other outing party In I Hie wilds of Collier I was. found I In iihiiut foity, feet of
against abutting property holders j among < I In I teaching I here. I therefore our II was evident t that In order -
The bond attorneys furtherstales |I dntics developing upon him will I county.t people regard him us. one. of ourowli i to carry out i Us i constructionproKnini. w a I or.
that they would render I he the representing of all the The accident, occurred, when Mr. boys I The body will be m'lit to Waldo
opInions / It would ho 'necexsary' to
on no more Florida street ''state universities of the nation Cone run between the bull and T. Speaking of (thn efforts 1m Is secure additional, funds, I tho, depaitment Mntnliiy for burial Tuesday..MIIS. .
Improvement bonds until the Lake next March nt till celebration of : K. I'ltts. u member of I the party, making i / t secure the dredging I asked I the leglxl.itlire to --. -
t land case Is settled. the 25th anniversary of the University Its Mr l Pitts raised his /gun and Suwannoe rlvbr/ from Cedar I Key pass mi act iiutliorlzlng It to borrow : MI.I.II: l': !':. .MAIIONKVMrs :

Lake Worth has Informed hold-< I of Porto Rico at which fired Part of I the load of buckshot to I Bninford I I In order, t to render It money I I under certain I conditions. Ii I-
era of its bonds that It will make time an entire new plant for that Blru'kIr.! ? C'ono In the back. navigable I/ for pleasure boats t between i Nellie K. Molinnoy of Vuldontn. '

; no further payments on such bonds I'Institution wll be dedicated. The wounded man was. carried I thnsu two points, Mr. (1 ret'n "At I Us I. Octobor meeting i t tho department Ca. illt'd Suit uirduiy while
.: l ( until the case is settled., the letter -- S with all possible haste to I lie nearest stated I that according I I to an understanding determined, I I It would i, bn on a visit with friends at Fort .
related and various railways and ('OUNTY Jl.it-/'I: / COUNT settlem-nt As till' hunting I recently I I hud with I I Major necessary I to i tako advantage of ;Myers I typhoid fever being the
individuals In other cities are I camp was located I in an i Inaccessible General' Jndnin. chief en 1 engineers Ibis act. ami In regular/ session (muse of death. The body wall
( seeking to avoid payments until a Maxi DeSue statutory offense! ; part of I the ,country was several of t thu wnr department I h.. adopted a resolution i authorizingHIM ,t l rontlit to Sliirko! Sunday afternoon \ -
ruling has been made. held to circuit court In bond of I hours before proper I treatment hopes to sen I the work, of diedging/ securing of II loan under Its Itnd Interment, miido at
S 1000. could be obtained. First Mr. Cone started, i In t tho near future.I prinlslons."Tho) (Crosby Luko cemetery Monday -/I.' .'
C'IIII.Uln\'S|| :: KOUMIKItS.: ItOI.I Will Green concealed weapons was. taken by his compnlons to La- Mr. Green: also stated, that It Is loan( was readily mibscrlb- morning. lti",'. O. P Uaymond. f.

plead "guilty ; $25 and costs or 30 Belleand from there rushed to his opinion that HIP cross sluto ('ii, but I lull 'iiucsllon of I Iho validity pastor of I lie l: lnl'k" Baptistiliurrh. J
To celebrate the completion ofLukeman's days. J Fort Mers in an ambulance.Loss .. canal( I from" Cumberland, Sound III I of I the art was raised, mid It olllclutlng. Pallbearersworn I ,
H. L. of blood wan. largely responsible : Messrs. Roy J Kdwurds, Joe
: figure of Robert K. Edawrds. worthless I the northeast corner of I thu MillIe was l felt I best lIt'ftil'ii ('x""I1I"IIny I I '/
: ( ': : Lee on Stone Mountain the Stone (checks plead "guilty; $25 and costsor for his death, physicians. to St. Oeorgn's Sound on I the Gulf tif t tlm notes t to 5l't'ii cc I Hie opinion Kdwurds.: (', A. Knight/ Chas ,.', "
Mountain 60 (1IIYs.Mal'k Bald. I of Mexico" will eventually bn built. Cooper. T. M Williams. J Funeral ;
Monumental ot( I the all Ii 10111(1 ("("(I 11'1. A (confer
Association is now inaugurating Love alias Jelly Roll open The hunters were trailing deer I Ho Is: expecting a favorable report mire was held between attorneys arrangements were In charge/ of Ii..:
a quiet movement to enroll profanity plead guilty; ; $25 and on Wild Cow Island near Immok- from I the engineer\ who bus been of Homo (of I the banks i tho attorney DoWllt l1. JOIIOH. Mm. Mahoney '.-1ff' :,
I more children in the Children's costs or 60 days. alee. when the bull was encoun appointed to make the survey and general' I and t tint attorney I for the was a former reHldont of Starke II.
4 Founders Roll of the Memorial.The Math Wasdln, having coon hide tered. The animal charged Immediately believes that slops will bo taken department with I I the result I that being remembered by many of the <
figure of Lee and "Traveller"will in possession In closed season ; and in the confusion !Mr. by the "government to begin/ workon tutu governor was ,consulted reference older rlllzeim.. .I.
be In full relief by January nolproBsed. on payment of ,:oate. Cone was shot., lie did not see Mr. thn project In the not very distant to ,securing the opinion Out of town folks, attending
19. 1928. the birthday of the Alfred Kaszyarkl, possession of Pitts and Mr. Pitts did not see him future.---Live Oak Democrat.JAMK.t from I lie IUllrUII0111'1.\ Thin the funeral were: Mm. Tom Sweat .::1;
"Gray Commander"; and the final intoxicating liquor; plead Dot until It was. too late. It was said. S the governor consented to do and of Jacksonville, Mrs.. Kiln: Finch,
fllnlshlng touches will requirebut guilty. Found guilty by jury $50 Other members of the party killed T.\TKS: I the opinion hUM been rendered. Mrs. 'V. Carmlchaol and Mrs. 1I
; little time thereafter to com and costs. or 60 days.C. the bull. which Is adverse to the validity Beulah Bayer of Gainesville, Mrs.
I I plete. The enrollment of the chil- (I. Zimmerman hunting without Mrs. Cone was. at the bedside Jacksonville Nov. 28.---JamnsYatos of t tlm enabling act. Margaret Boono of J>'t. Myers.! Mr.
( .. dren will move forward towards license; nol prosMed on pay of her husband. when he died having 55, a citizen of Slarke, who "I'nder' t the resolution adopted, and Mrs. Turner Harris. Mrs. W
.; Lee's birthday as the announce ment of costs and purchase of II- left for Fort Myers Friday came to Jacksonville twit months. by tile department the notes securing Warllck Mr. and Mrs. Zant. Mrs.
," ment date of names and every per cense.J. night immediately after hearing/ ago for Irl'lItm..nt. died at tho I the 1 loan were to be executed W. A. Godwin. Mrs. W. A. Dukes.
son In the South Is urged to assist (I. Klnard passing worthless the accident. The body will be residence. of his half brother Jnsse Novem her 1 and, to run for a Mrs. \V. It. Blancliurd. Mrs. Jes-
.f.' 'n the enrollment. check plead not guilty. Verdict brought to Tampa at noon loda)'. J. Jones on the Lackuwunna: period I of ninety ,days lint whenIt .xe Scruggs and Mrs. 11. O. DavloH. r
i\1\ There will he no organized guilty, $150 and costs or 6 months. Tho hunting party was. Just road at Lackawiiiina Springs I becunm\ apparent I some duys nil of Vuldostn Ga. ,,s4'ChiltlSTM.tt
; campaign full of arduous detail Buck Grims; passing worthless completing a week's outing/ In Col- Sunday morning i at an enrly 110 Ii r. must eliipso before I the legal I phase .
;J : and the enrollment of the children / check continued.Walter lier county. Memher"' of I the party He was. a native of Bradford of i this. act could I 1 lie determined I ,. /$E.11: Mtl.K:
k will he a service of love from Speed having coon bide were: Mr. Cone Hoy Mllam HI2 county t and was among t the prosperous i Urn (department communicated( i4I)
the people of the South In behalf In his possession ; continued pending West Michigan avenue; Price Fesxenden. farmers of that section with contractors. and others 111I v- Them were 1187 ,deaths front
settlement. I lln,! WUH a member of the Missionary I tuberculosis last year I In Florida
1 of the Memorial which commemorates 3319 Bay-tn-Buy boulevard lilt statements. und accounts. !h<*- I
; the valor of our own people. Taft J Ellerson. assault In murder ; Henry Platt Ltullfrog creek ; Baptist church. fore It and.! asked t their co-oporu-, which Indicates 10,000 active
Will you help to perpetuate the ; held, to circuit court in bond T. U. Pitts. Ballast Point; M. I. I I He Is. survived. buy t three soils, I tlon until I IhlH mailer i "could, be cases.. In Bradford county there
names of I those who have given to of $!>flO..loo) Christian Oak Park : W. II./ Mug- |. Allen, (Oscar and Kviin: Yules( ), allresiding / It'llred up II lId 1 I the money( ( nuido worn 5 deaths t from t tuberculosis;
4 the history of the ages Us most .1 Norman and I Paul 1 Alvarez noii. '108 Nebraska-'; avenue and<1 i ut Slurko. and 1 three available for payment.. I Since" I then last year which mean between 10 1
: splendid record of self-sacrifice, I breaking. & I und entering dwelling I Colbert Brown. "'utl rico. liii Ii ghi i era. Lena. Hosellu I and i HID, funds coming III from gasoline 111111 50 active cnsns within our

er. high valor and unblemished hon house at night armed, with deadly Mr. Cone was u native of Florida Until Vales of Slarke, : threo sisters 1 tax and 'becoming( I duo from, county.
? weapons.. Held/ for circuit court." born I In Bradford I ('011 Illy. I He I TIt rlt. Llllle I I I Padgett. Mlddluburg. ('(ill lii 11114 and .districts. III wlilihwolk The state legislature/ at Us lust
The rules of enrollment should S came to Tnmpa about 32 years. I !Mrs, .1. \\'. Nettles.I Satford) Is being..' ('lll'rh',1, on, will cniililo session" provided I for t lie supplement (I l -
f I I be strictly observed ( II') No per- I I.ICINMSIOTAL: : ijti2Hunllng < > I ago and engaged/ !; In I tho livery and anil, u half I brother. .1. J. Jones ofLackawnnnu l i HID depiutmont' I to lake "rule( I of n Tuberculosis' Sanatorium
: who has passed the nineteenth : 'I undertaking I business J For t tlm Springs] of Us October' estimates( with HID I (Commission and t tlm erection
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birthday Is eligible for the The I I I licenses Issued. by I last few years ho had been retired The body will bn t taken, I Ibis exception nf minin nf I Ilici.. larger and, maintenance I I ( of such I though ..
Children's Founders. Roll ( b) The County Judge Gardiner during tlm :1 from nctlve business. I morning I t to I Blue I Pond cemetery, ones' anil freight bills. In t this sl I. as yel t tho Commission: has not
: relationship of child lo veteran month of November totaled $120'( '). I I lie Is. survived liv his wife three near St ark n., accompanied, by t thofamily mil Ion i tho railroads I contractors been( appointed.Flurld.i's .
k 'it.'I be plainly staled. Omis according to a report' /given outWednesd.iy. I''I daughters. :Misses i Clarabulln, { i and, a number of friends and all having accounts( with t Ilio < health ruling/ In low '
:: () of Hits. fact will result In I Ihe ( The heavy Increase !Maude nod, Kllzahcth Cone and 'where' I Ilio funeral I services will I boheld. ,department liiivo been I most gen according, I / I pu Id I lulled statistics -' '
notation "nokln" being entered Is. caused 1 by the mine In amount two sons, Klbert: und Alfred ; his Hev Mr. Summers pastor ctrous and I co-operullvo.I I I (ernie, ,death, rain of I 15.3: per I 1OOO 4'I .
1' the enrolment blank to prevent of license and 1 precinct hunting mother Mrs Kmlly Abbott, of of I lie Lackawiinna I Il.iptlst I church "The. ) November( estimates i will i I Inhabitants( i In I !9 22-tlm largest/
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without license being abolished.i.orisi three L. (1. I I Ihn registration I urea ) also according ut
Plant brothers bnIn
City; will olltclale Interment will
records. I ic) If a ,1 Tor I the most purl be I taken cant of
V : I S Cone, of Havana Lee Cone of hesidn I Ills wife (In I life Insurance data.
northern child UesUes to honor a I ; I I the family I I plot I through' federal funds, whlili 'have
( : ": c:CI.EMO Oklahoma IInllV.. M. Cono of and who Interredthere With Florida making high bid
Confederate hero by enrollment I I parents were beiomi" due i and I the gasollno (lax a
t name may be received provid The 'frl..ndof;; little LouIse Plant City; n hIlIC-hrollH'r. J. A. several years ago. Burns wlilih will I I I hecome dun I I In I December for tourists ml permanent residents
the application Is plainly mark many Abbott of Plant City; and four and Clymoru are, directing. tho arrangements. whllo I I I Hie I December estimatesand I on the basis. of health conditions
5 of
demons ,
; I I age daughter health rating Is. otHUI.r..rne
( "nokln." ( d ) Children who Mr. and Mrs. E. demons sisters! Mrs. Jasper Osteen. High bills wll bn paid. nut of thin I II high /
Springs; Mrs. June Osteen. Ward ; S Importance.' But just
before that will
reaching the age of motor vehlilu I license I tax I
grieved to learn of her death at Mrs W. )N.'uluio, and Mrs. fl.PlnholsipT. iio.ut( UN :\ ':.\( :\ be under I Iho /
years may enrolled. comn Into I tho I treasury
her home near Hellbronn Spring C'0.\11't.I''J'ln: of funds for health work,
Jacksonville I ample
though their of December
ageif now I now law I tlm latter part
last Thursday night after an 111-
A S I HID Htuta board of htlll1h I I has. been
'S --would exceed the stated ness of only a few clays. She was IIK.\I>I'OKU! snows II''ltE.SK. I Eighty percent of Ibo clearing or early In January.' 'compelled to cut 17 from Its field
This Is
permitted In order Summurlzlng 1 t tlm (chairman I Hint
1 laid to rest Friday afternoon aNew ( : IN: C/\S;
mothers who 'and grueling on slate road 28 west stuff! because: of a reduced appropriation. -
are cherishing ed'I :
Rev. W. M. ofDelating.
Hope Moody
: their of Slarke und, seventy percent of .
hearts sorrowful memories Besides friends Bradford county showed a loss "The. Inability of I Ilio department -
: little many work from" Starku to Keystone Thero la. therefore, n vital flood '
ones lost to them through both old and young she leaves to of 27.314: galons of gasoline for I Heights I has been completed, to I 5(11'Ii riu promptly I HIM loanliiicaiisu for sufTlelent, funds, lo ('lIrry on
: may have the privilege of mourn her her parents Mr. am) the month of October as compared cording to Guorge I }.. /( of I Hie question of HID validity I- health activities by the Florida,
granite heart of the Me- Harold and Malcome tember. total holding of tile letting of many
two September's
slatera amollnl-I it on both projects expire ." up by Ihn Ch riuti flute SealHale.
at Stone !Mountain. Hazel and ....blellne.W ed to 95.22H gallons: ; mary 1st and barring I Important projects) contemplated I I .
I I Adults desiring to enroll their' 181 I /gallons. Totals for the state able weather conditions I I ullfavor-I by I tho I 11127 1 budget/ which will No lIttler Investment can ho
In honor of Confederate 1 know that decrease. of 2,3'J2.38: !( have luCo over null] January -
1 0 all dear Louise is showed a, thought/ Hie /grade will be In readiness now made, for thn State of J Florida I than
may do so by sending In gone gallons during Oi lober.Tallahassee. Tho' advertisement of these and i
by I hat dale. II J judicious appropriation expenditure -
enrollment of live dollars for Shall never come back again -.--- proJerls, will bo started, within a ( I for public I health I work.
Golden Book" for which Hut this we know. It Is. our loss Nov. 2 I.- Collections \\ h\4' ON CAM: l': AMI: stun few days bids reliirniibli I I January ---.
< / receive a medal similar to But God's eternal gain. for the lust month on Flor I 10 when contracts will bn award- Iii I II 1,5' .\ LXI ii.ltY' ;\11 i l'h4'I'I; : NI
Children's Founders Roll med S ida's live-cent( !gasoline tux have It. I II. Green. of Ilrooker pussni cii..
: but triple-placed In /gold. C'\ N.\l. :MCKIMAlligator I: : 1)11 \II"l: just brought Into the state treasury through Starke Wednesday with a "It Is unfortunate (that lii.. work Thn sewing circle of the (:Iris'

Living Confederate Veterans I u total of $8U4,2SG.33! accordIng !- loud of dressed i hogs/ for the Jacksonville could, not bn put under ....lIslrll'-1 Auxiliary. of tin First Baptist
to I be enrolled by sending In a canal just south of to figures announced ut I lie market.! Stopping In the I tion at a I lime when.. every' 1)1111rcugiizus ( ( of five dollars for town has several pools of stagnant 'comptrollers olllce. Telegraph/ olllee! for a few moments I tlm fact i that I the expenditure j ut I o'clock at the homo of
the veteran will receive ut water near the highway Of the total amount realized Mr. Green; exhibited a check of tim.. money would have Misses Lena.. Belle and Clon Shep-
.. a trlpleplatellold medal bridge/ breeding mosquitoes in the counties were credited with sent him us /first prize on un exhIbit been nf I Incalciilablo l I vultio I lo every :uird. ,
) special Inscription. such abundance that complaints 172851.07 for road purposes; of cane. In addition to thin clans of citizens of the stale. The S -
are being made. Thin Is. an unusual the state road department was of Inleresl Ihut IICS. .1. II. I'HKVATT: '
"January 19 will !ft>. the first ho won a first, aril second prize on small amount 1t..,
condition( for this town and
t date of the enroll- given $518,55.1.20; a total ot the syrup exhibit. He stated that would have been paid Is. a mere -
'\\6.j but send In names as quick one that should be remedied at 115.237 was credited( to the public his' policy of several years III labelIng bagatelle as compared with the Mrs. J. B. Prevail of Hampton, .'i:
once. Ditching or pouring oil on that would I have act rued died afternoon at the .
i. as possible to avoid over-crowd. free school fund and 57613. anti guaranteeing every quartof benefits, Wednesday "
] I : and confusion.The the pools will help S matters. 67 was placed in the permanent syrup sold has, resulted In his to the public In many ways." home of her aunt Mrs. Josephine '
three medals. described will Concluding, t the chairman ox- Kdwards.: In Starke. following/ 't4
'J (' .\IU> OF THANKS building fund for the higher Institutions product bringing a premium every
!:i< desirable Christmas birth- of learning.The year. and he has no trouble In pressed appreciation to the banks week's Illness.
oj and anniversary gifts. When We desire to express our Din- month selling to regular customers when for their ready anil willing cooperation Services were held at Mrs.. Ed
to do so, the office will cere thanks to the people of Starke collections for the market glutted. as shown In I the prompt wards'. home Thursday afternoon. .,"
.,1 of medals until a given date for the acts of kindness shown us fell .slightly short of those for the over subscribing of the loan and :3 I o'clock Hev. O. P. Raymond

.1 mall In special gift boxes. following the death of Mrs. Nellie previous month. The latter were If .\ny..",' HUM nt a very low rule of interest and Ilev. L. W. Klcklltar officiat,
>: To enroll children the follow K.: Mahoney. The floral offerIngs 978419. Killed a pig. Whlln a copy of this. slntment IIIThe body was laid to rest In,
l 1 > data Is necessary: .were beautiful Rid appreciated. The- collections however. exceeded Shot his wife Is today being given to all news Prevnlt's cemetery under the direction k/
I Child's name and age/ : parents Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Warllck those for the same months Got married. agencies the chairman stated a of DeWitt C Jones, mortician.

I guardian. streets state, (or post and family. Mr. anr{ Mrs. Nat Williams of 1926 In view of the fact that Borrowed a stamp copy> will be mailed to every news- s1iM.
I In the state In order that S
and family.the
address.) Florida's five cent gasoline tax law Made
1r1t : a speech.Robbed the people may be fully advised as Jasper Florida Power Corporation
: What Confederate Veteran Is to went Into effect on July 1, adding a bank, to the conclusion of thin loan mat- erecting steel I transmission
,I 1 honored; his rank and service schools and will explain any considerable revenue to the various Sold a dog, for high tension power line from
(date of enlistment and dis point desired. Lost his. wallet ter. .
-.i funds for which the taxes are S -- loglls" to this place.
and any other outstanding If record of I soldier In difficult to collected. Gone fishing. Palm City.--Streets In Palm | I\fayo-'Vork on new roadbed
during his service.) : obtain she will assist In that way. S Committed suicide City under construction this past of stale road No. 5-A through Lu- ..
.;' This Information must be sent Let's enroll every child of Confederate Clearwater-Installation of two Drowned a cat, summer nearing completion. Fayette counly progressing. .
: county chairman with one dol- lineage In Bradford coun- "L" type piers extending westward. Been away OJus-OJus Lumber & Supply Montverde New water system
:'t'; ($1.00). ty; also our llttl! Northern adopted .' into harbor from foot of Cleveland Come back home. Company with capitalization of Installed In this place. ..
\ The chairman requests any one children who have learned to street under way. Taken a vacation 150,000 chartered. Miami BeachBurned Hotel I
'c". will do so. to volunteer to honor such heroes as Robert K. Greenville-Operations at Den Got licked South Jacksonville-Building Wofford being, reconstructed and ,
her In the various school Lee. nett mill near here In full swing. Made a bet. permits Issued here during" monthof will be completed: about December .
throughout" the county. Address all communications to St. Cloud-Work progressing Lost It. October totaled $9"_500. first. ,
She will visit these different Mrs. J. M. Alvarez. Starke Fla., paving lake front boulevard along It's NEWS- Brooksvllle 2 of most Important Hollywood'New city h.ill hereunder
at a time convenient to chairman for Bradford county. Send the ,
east end. It to Editor. streets here being paved. ('(lnBlruction.c .

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ExtelieVhiat du )'011 think of The girls glee club met Monti
In above I think I have not only -
Bradford High School the sophomore an u whole ti )'. :November: 28. Some progress
voiced my own sentiment on tlio ,
Ruth-As a hole, line as a room has been made In learning of
k.III subject, but also that of many others. -
nut so good.; songs. The boys met with ns for a
IIJ I ; Journal
,II SUUSCIMflKll.: : i few minutes practice of one of our

' Editor Telegraph.Starko | inn" tnlih In the "':"I'I'"II'Ilib/ I -. ; Lena n.lIe-l'gh I'm sick "three purl" songs. They seem

ci, Fin :jam! 1 Hie confidence, In the fill tareprompts i 0 :Must he those ruitiliiH I n'e1 to have the girls beat In subduing

s Notw' llhufiimlliig" the,* generaldepn i us to carry on and push UNIVERSITYHAS Edltor-In-Chlef ____________________ WILLIAM DUNCAN Scootle-What raisins !: their voices. We have some

; .Mslon 111 ninnj parts of the j and pull for a bigger and belterIliadford ; Associate Editor ---_______ __________ JOSEPH MALPAS Lena l1ell.--'Vh, those raisins good singers In each club' how-
"',. PASSED that brown ever.
.unity. counI on sticky
011111""')' during J / the. post your, our I/ say Sports Editor ______________________ ELMER McMILLAN .
ty because most of our effort! are
r .ccintlcleuc' In Kxclumgp;; Is ford
I confined to local problems. Hut MARK j i Joke Eldlor ----------_____________ JUNIOR McDONELLThe Literary flub
fied., We ore a bigger, and bettor" 2,000 gonna quit.) I The club for
literary met Its sixth
we also believe, with 'the united efforts -
,: cluh 'today than one year ago.V'/ I runt learn latin mooting last
of all service clubs a /greater" Wednesday morning
Inn'c added to our active membership Hill--Wlmt's wrong with It ?
nml listened!
to good!
Flnrliln will develop.Let ; I n : Thanksgiving
Several good Kxrliangltes' Ono of the most significant and students enjoyed quite a This Is! the record for the first Mmrnhoh., 'the words lire all which
continue tho ofunreserved ,program/ WOH ua follows
who believe In "Unity for Service lis polity ;: Important dates In the history of vacation last week, being released two months: Freshmen, 75 %;! different :
with all
Thetasks of communitytho. ;I co-operation ],' the University of I Florida. was passed from" their studies Wednesday and
''of I tinscivicc' organizations who passing; Sophomores 74 % 1 pissing The life of Kipling: 1)5 Howard
allowed to
{ remain
work of making n finer com on :Nov: 10 when the 2.000 enrollment from school until
are but comrades In the field of the following : ; Juniors Bii % passing; Seniors Joseph-Julius Censor didn't, Minor.:
niunltv' better conditions and life was topped for 'the first' ': Monday. 'Cause
: ."rvl," '. ('hangingconditmain, depression : 70 % passing have a hair-cut for 10 years, A Thanksgiving son l h j' Hilda
turkey day of
rlc'' her. and sweeter, hi1\''' beenenergetically i I Unto; the announcement was course And with It
on farm and, In business, I name Klmer-- nash, he must have Sullivan mid some very funny
prosecuted. Rx-: j made public by the registrar!!: of1' season tho W. & L.-
floods. and' I ,calamities have not''I Florida TormiilocN Suffer First Defeat looked farce..loxephOh jokes by mil \WiilnwrlKhtVe .
and the
the Institution. Thin lu game state
tin'nge clubs In America liava a state a i fair
.inoKi-ani, of III1M'UII..hll"M") Today been able 'to compicr/ the trlump-i, i /goal 'owal'cI.'hll'h the t'nlvemlty a revolution might hllfollowed On Saturday night the rirad-" I don't know. He were In such a hurry to play
j pant, Idea for Hervlie" Its' ford Tornadoes bald football thai we aim out forgot tlr
"t'nlly It they. hadn't been met their first defeat was >
\f"rv ,club is wokltiK for 'the bet- has striven' for the last five years' ',i given their
spirit shall triumph always. The freedom. of the year at the hlllI'of make u motion to adjourn,
t'l-mont" of Its Indlvlcliial 0 nlll1 II II. 1 1it and Its accomplishment reprexeutsl: I
future Is full of mid, In I 'the WI-Sri-Len I
promise nt Jack
'' reserves lUchnrd (rushing Into library)
\ I It I 'Is gratifying indeed to eee't114 'I an annual Increase of liO! students .
the years 'to (come we shall know sonville. The Wl-So-Loo boys piled I IIrgnettI': (1,1..
For -- I want the life of Ceasar.
,cllxtlnct manifestations' of I for each of the last five years I Homo reason or other a ropoit -
new Joys now privilege's, and' new up quite) n sooroII points, I Frond K.-Sorry, Brutus beat The etltiuettp' club land Its
""IIItfor Service To see thppiofoiinil n relative growth which surpasses i spread to a number of tho
glories, in discharging tho ohllll'lI-1 I but tiro battling Tornadoes in turn mooting WedneHehiv 2trd:
'good weekly /
rpsperl for the organic/ Mint] of any other slate' Institution / people of this town that theItandford you to it.
tions of citizenship In community ; /gave a high scoring effort going': / I "f'nndiict on HIP .strut" and, In
the '
lall' .if laud The clubs dialI'IUM. In the South.' | High School Is not act -
mid country. through!!: the winners defense for public," waist tlio, miiiii topic dlscnssod.
:Mule What ? -
the attention' and enthusiasm i ._.. ., ... ____ ___ .. _.._,.._.. I .... ...... ..... .. I rodltecl. For the benefit of those are you
mil,' <.< their nicnihcixnlp, alum.i"!.. Y'r--' -.r. lilt till IIICII I tl.Oftl.l> who received such Information, 21 points. Redgrave! k Co's I"OI'I-I'm an .

of 'lhrounlry mix well The soornin I -- -. -._- r\icMi.is; : Fillltl'I't : I we wish. It to be understood that The home boys played without automobile, what are you? I This week Is the first of a series

'is \I ril) attempt to discredit, M"I'IllIhR. NOOU11..P.iltl: ') '1'11\1' 'lltl.i: (Ills report is not true Mradford the aid of Sam Alvarez, valuable :Mule--I'm n horse. of points to ,oe remembered

vice.. c They would hare the .1 t, W. Keller Ilradford's, colored High!: Is. nt fully accredited as po guard, who Is mirHint n brokenrib A gentleman whether walking

public.. believe 'that the1 lulls are On pasHlng IhriiiiKh, thu. town .of "county agent reported. I he I taking I Islble. She claims a capable fue'- IMaeMillan lit .. However ("Ill" '''0 hear I the boys got BO excited with two Indies or one takes 'the

.iKMciclnttons. of "platitude. speak Slurke I noted, 'that In the paving,/ / of scvc-r.al. ribbons, / for exhibits iilly of live Instructors' each holding Hngnn and Kltch were I while plnjlnn football tho other '! curb slain, of lIp, pavement He

er" The principals\ and Ideals lor widening of street' many buiiuliful of fill'in prodiic'tH. needlework wad< | the necessary (" 'rllfll'II''H' anildegrees. ': on linn(I, while Malpas and Lewis lily that I the game went' along/: 15 'should never sandwich himself
or the service" clubs flncl expression oak trees were being destroyed handicraft at the slate" fall held ( The school has n wellIrounded took over the guard end. James ''minutes before it was/ discovered between them. Never act in too

lu 'the 'lives' deeds and, sympathies I and mv love of Florida's natural In Jacksonville during 'the pant course of study, which In-j[ Lewis n second string guard got '' Hint the blill1114 IIIHt.IIlIrrh'ndIlllrrIlY I devoted n manner. Ton devoteda
of their ntetnhrrshlph Tho. \l bounties hah prompted mo to. | ten days. Tho exhibit won flftliI ilmles four years of literature. I his big chance with 'tho IIrut five, manner IH. always conspicuous

spirit of neighborliness: and love offer a suggestion for the prevenitlon .I I pl.H'o... and, thirteen blue ribbons. ''four years of history, four years. j due 'to tile ubscm c of Alviire/i." and I answereda mid so Is loud, talking/ ,

lives lu I the heart of the service. In future of so many being Third prize and six blue ribbons, (lof silence, three years of in nth' omiitlrs I'' 'turned' In n meat game. Malpns I question)\ III school today, Never call out a name In public,

One of HIP world! greatest teuc'lien cut down. For Instance' where, i w-oro awarded. the women's <>xlilhll I and two years of i.itln A was there with Ills usual stun"' bill Tuinin.Wliut was the answer" ? I unless absolutely wtuveIdatale.Never .

*. taught that 10"f Clod and (therein one row only, why not lot Bradford" has a large/ number ,gradate of R. II. S., can be IIIlmltI still, the absence AlvuroB" was Hiirrlicnd Present. attract attention to yourself -
ncdi-'libor" Is thc world's greatest (thai be I 11/1'/ center of street" andcenter 'I .of I1lrlfl)'. hard-working/ I lcd to any mate college as easily greatly fell, ami this partly accounts I 'In \public IK one of the fundamental -

ciiniiimndniont It has been ilemoiistiii.l of curbed narrow PIII'k\\'II>'. 'I mers among the colored, race andIhey ''an, n graduate!!:" of Andrew 'Jnrkinn for (he lead the WISoLooboys !Mrs. White Wlmt's the must :'' rules of !good!: brooding.

Tile lie both .sides of t the prizes wore able to pile up.MaiMllliin In the speech Shun conspicuous manners, conspicuous -
; (hat' tho. M"I."It'llIhM 1I.i, driveways to on are proud 1 ;,for of any other large high school common Impediment\
M mot, oui "(iui! 'host 'hid,1 where calamitystrike's t with only ,.11 narrower pufkwnv I awarded. their 1 productsIOornlneoK ---.- --- ': "rented quite I u sensation of the American' people I clothes a loud voice, staring -

a ('011I 111 IInll y. Tiiko for 'than usual between' them and theslilewulkM. -- --- .-- --- I Another, fast game of basketball with hli flivxhv. work. ringing I Dm'Id-, -Chewing gum ': nt people knocking into them,
example tho Miami: storm or the | which would, avoid en- ,) | New I IIink of 1 Kv- l Is In prospect t 1 Friday. irtarht.ICIIher tin I 12 points' 'to loud, players. I 'talking: across anyone In n word

Mississippi flood ; who was first to rouchlng. much. If any on i>,dIjacenl "ndlll"hlllltllrllo( ready for or- the snappy Lake City out- of both sides for blub scoring, honors They're giving degrees!!: In high: |I do not attract attention to your

sine I the needy? "The Service" 'I! property and when thereiu'o I ciipancv.KverKludcN. !"t, or" HIP f'reen ('OV(' Quintet will of the evening I 1 Hagen. ]his school now. A number. of students self.A

('lllh." They lire the people. who : 1\1'0 rows of trees, .let I the one .of ; :New: KvergliuloH: i visit the homo court. Further, shooting mate, showed up nicely have been called, Into I'1'0f.1 i gentleman, who is by chance

kc"i'p an open ear for help and I them nearest to I the proposed" renter l.ll ltalh'y, hi operation here. announcements will be made on and center' Ultih contributed line Ilowllng's': office to receive tile sitting next to a lady of his acquaintance -

push to I the front for the good of I of slrcpt, IIP HIP center, with 11))i' downtown IIld"WlllkH.:0: : ad- floor game. third degree.Monk on 11 trait or boat,

every community. They are HIP driveways on each sldi>, MIIIIIP as mNsInn will bo chargedKnrly The g.inie, one of a double-hond-, should never think of offering/

people who are willing': to lake the when only one row 'The second I +- er was played, ...111I1'' of the bent : --nil! Harrell has got the pay for her seat I or for anything
1 lend, In every good cause IICIIIIIHC row to bo left at outer Hide ofdriveway Bicycle Repair Tuesday morning pupils courts the bovs have had, the disposition of a mule, she may buy from the vendor.
I were seen (crowding one corner of the Y. M. for those
/ on loiiHidpratlon
they Ian ye shown 'their wjlllngness) with side walks not over pleasure playing OI"'IIII-nell not talk behind Lack of
by being enrolled" .lu clubs that i four fee'I wide, same curving': outward 'of each room looking Intentlv' nt C. A. Indoor court.can his buck 'liien.XewspuMr. who In nny cnpnclty serve, yo" la

have'" ni ""HiPlr\ motto "fully forS0rrire around" each Ieeeto prevent Shop something' on (the wall This"something" _1L.H linrril lh.it. HIM Tni n nlonti _._- ._ always an evidento of UT-1reul! :.<1/(,

; ," or Home other slogan cracking of walks. proved to bo a grade get
whrn defined) means' a holler community clmrt of the standing of pupils In clnssy quintet) which the \VI-So- The meeting of the newspaperclub ness. A lady never vents hi- Ir-

"Woodman, spare that tree; H.inil-saM' Filing I /: holarshlp prepared" by Prof. I.c council claims I as their cage': was held: Wednesday In Its I! rlablllty upon n snleswomnn p on
i\ Dow-ling. The senior and junior representatives. If so. It Is alsohoped last week was discussed by the finding that she has an .iipty
Touch bough
not single
Wo are not RolflKn but we bollovi a /
thai th.o'.ICxchango, : Club has For In 'I"'I IIi It sheltered, in e, G. \V. Chestnut j room can boast' of ony throo. "A" t that the Tornadoes will bo editor, then 'the meeting was turned | hour on her hands before an appointment -
students, and these three seniors. full to 'the committee and,
arc able to muster their over play | demand, that every
thai And I'll It strength'
a motto I every good citizen protect now. I
I Perhaps next month there against lliein. giving a we went to the auditorium and, I sort of mateil.il be dragged!' down,

should Secure pataee'and" lilt. I the study fundamental!Jlllt) for "'1"was my forefather's hand Scull liiilliliiiK/:, Walnut SI.SI.MS'M l. will appear moro "A" .students in more pleajint to 'tho Uradford I practiced the play which will be I"rum I the shelves! until. discovering

{:, h"1,A. the entire school. "''" n Friday. I 7.)
supporters. I (Continued on page
foundation on which every progressive !:- That placed It near his cot.Woodman" I !I .
community!! Is built. let It stand' I

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Icy JOHN: LUll\\ It ... representations from every state in shippers" and numbered aiming them
There u a Dew cult meal up ol the union from many CiiiuUlau, are rjyrtu H K. Curtis publisher; U. Above prices complete with envelope. Plates made

many thouauuua 01 Americuua wbo province and a lurtja!; number ol foreign ::I. Senator Part rrammrtr MurryUuggcnheun.
(jathrr each mulct at bl I'etcrsuuig countric. ; Uov. John mimbuil ot
Florida Known a* tie 'Suuwummp-' For tie "auuwor blppeuM si.tcuDiUK Connecticut; Babe Ruth "King ol and delivered with cards, $3.00. Look over our line.
per ir u out a religious CUlt mane nan proven to be tile Ideal swat Walter Hagun. golf champion;
up ol fanatic out ot people, who put lor me lucnuou ol tile steadily. Judge!; EmU Fucha. Mayor John u.lhacher .
delight. In playing in the greet out growing cult liars! the sun innei Albany. N Y.. -Re J. J.
door They oaths In the warm on no average ot JUO day ot tbe year DUd,. Chaplain ot till ramous Flg&t .
water ol lainpu Bay and the lull out ot a possible :acll and this whale Ins BUth. Charles L. Knight newspaper : '

or Mexico, they gall ana bowl they nnrthern vtaii .ore olunKeted with publisher and many oJ.berLtn. : : .
*;peed in high powered motor boat 11>""' swept oy ulunterlng wintrywiuun Petersburg thi winter, expects ? ; cfcatterSunshine :
ui pall In Blow moving *lcx>p*. they uuu aid Sol Ol p.uu bon.e.uuea. play roque trnp bY a canopy ol gray-olack cloud womliipper" wllbra it* limits and already : .
auuut and they drive over wide ooule- Pale face are uncommon wltb the they have begun to tried into .
rune with toe sale end in view ofst.log 'Sunwomnipper who a. n whoa the Buiiimin City ot Florida totticationa r I j", ;

out In tbe bright and warm bear bealthy coat ot mahogany tao that aU winter viaitor record ) with Cards ,
o\lcoloor. the result ol Doming ana play in the will o* clattered tnij year u e.- Greeting
Anyone cab belong to the "Bun. outdoor of a auo-tropicai climate danced by tb* heavy demand mad x ,
.ortoolppen' no matter what their such .a. St. Peterourg boasts ot Uie "Sunworthlpper Club" for ;
"t.* to* Many Americana. 'prominent In the lltetaiui deactlptlT ot tHU actlT r,..
number of "memucr' lucrciixia with public eye belong to the "aauwor-, Itl.* s rr
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.S to reach Tampa in a Pullman first carload shipment ot Le --. .-- --- --_ -_- -. .- :.. -
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From an Interlocking tower I county tomatoes, tho salo of the I t

New. of Florida in Short Paragraph signal operator caught sightof entire tomato crop of tho J. Ha- 4

two well dressed "girls riding" ;I bon .ivls. farm, estimated at 11.

southbound freight. lie advised i|I COO crates. to tho Kutledgo TackIng -

I ho train dispatcher and an official II Company of Miami for more
Live State News delegation met the girls In than $28,000:: was made kuown

Trhtiln bliss,. When their story was | Wednesday by C. E. Rutledge

I told MI/.oiiH. passed around the hat president; < of the I".kln/o. I : 1''l1Illjlll'

and the girls continued with railhead The ii ret carload H'lljinicnl'.I I nl tin

and, meal tUkets." i dop was made last week with
TOLD BY OUR EXCHANGES I I II two additional turn' to be packed.

I.I I JacksonvilleLeon county has this week The heaviest movement ,
..- --.-,__,__,_,____ : been awarded the slate depart-' Is. lint expected until next NewFord
iiu'iit of agriculture cup for the ; in on Hi.
: lIuli-IHII'lolIlI:: Dado county ''led. Madison: county by u margin best county display ut Iho Klur1I v e .

school blinds totalling $ :WUUOOal'I' 'of only 30. Third place wont to I I Ida state fair, under, way here it ,! Suifor l lire of nn undetermined \

j In circulation and l'IIIllIlIali, I''Jefferson, SOO ; fourth to Santa I was announced !Friday at gIiI. The S' oilKln Sunday destroyed. the
1 awnvd was made on a basis of warehouse of (he Gulf l Vrtih/,, i r
police are seeking Jeuu Holmes in Itosa 867. Other scores were Union -
quality| uniformity marketability Ci>nip\ connoillon with the Issue, It WIIHunnoiiiiicd 8 5in""IIII.; MSI ; Cadsden.: .. | amid oihicntloinil value by n board the, Ally. limits of Sanford Two

hero Thursday ut the 710; Clay, 680. | of live judges. : hox tars of ferlill/er. on the. tall
ollUu/ of ('IIIII'll'H1.: (,
Fisher whim: e S road "Idilin"'I1':'" were aKo icnHlimed Car

superintendent. JIulmos! disap SehriitgI'nrl ('ownrt. 32. wits ;i Jacksonville Ike. :Matlnn. 2i>. l h)' the l l.i/.e An .il.iim,

peared' from, lil Ig ulli> u in CIII<,III- found dead! with n bullet throughhis 21 Inches tall and 30 pounds In Innswered by I the eltv Pure depurtIneut .

lieU sieiul uoeks ago after a body In the yard'' of his. home welRhl' Is seeking n ii ivoree from pio\ed) useless. as ,the biilld-

large. hide II of lilt: bond l" hud been on Luke Istukpogu, guilt 111 of here I his wife. :Margaret' 25. :23! : Inches lug wasn mass ol flung', \\ln>n Iit,..

unloaded cm Cincinnati/ and l>e- Thursday. morning, and Lewis tall and 26 pounds III weight. :MaIllia tinwas dlscoxerid.ivii .

troll hunks. Tim missing man. It Taylor, 35., was placed under In proceedings, Instituted III i .

was geld recently mado u spectacular technical nrrust pending court Iluval. county court, charges Ills'. '' 111.111..111.011.i...11. r

rise. to wealth from employment I dealing here Friday 'Flu)'bor admitted ,,, wife with cruel 1 and, barbarous 1
: : :<;itri.Mi's. ; ::\ .
us a street hawker.
to Highlands( of- Ir"IIII11PIII and desertion. Their ,
S '. county ''' ,' (: 1 I'\ .\. Kohier. 'or.) isa
llcers I that he killed 'uwltl'l with wedding, hiApril, u year ago .
Jacksonville. Capture uf a a high-powered rifle. they said<1. i ins. the culmination of /a brief but'' .1/11111111.1111011111tvrrgrctnt .
frleifht car load of grain alcohol but claimed self-defense. Police romantic courtship !begun In l'hl,1|
: I Iln 1' 2 :Mr 111111l11'
euroute (from Cuba to Kunsus: City Chief Worley and, when : persimdcd ''
Margaret was
Deputy Sheriff cngii
,, I' : .1., Roller.. und l'hlllrl'lI.0'1', "
Mo., l hy drpultex]' of Sheriff4.. II. Coker mild Taylor told them Cow-I I to Join the vaudeville. I sketch'
,the guests of Mi and Mrs: J. M
DowliiiK and prohibition IIg..ntsfrom art had threatened to kill him ; of Ike nnd :\lIko.I Hosier WoodUwn Krldax
the olllco of \\". T. Day Florida during n iiuarrt'l.. He said he fired S children
.1. (j. Hosier nnd ofm'lIl'
dry udnilnlHtrutor, at J la Id win three times. ('nw uut'g rifle I TallahasseeThe 251!> stale I Sanderson spent' Sunday WonderFull

was repotted, by :Sir J>,iy. Tho car was on tho porch' of his. hontonearby bank and trust. tompaulcs of Florid -
with :\11'.1111.1 burs' It. S nesterbtrt.
contained 1,080 gallons of alcohol the close of business
ut ,. \'. and children
0"1 "K: \ Wilkinson
valued. at $1150,000: to J400.00U, e e 10, livid 1 resources of $ iii !> anti :Miss\ Mnttle Sapp of.
and the seizure. was considered. the Lake announced Tiles-1 I
City-Tuesday night Ilio. 210 Ifl. It was
Midway, npent( several day' of l.iwt
largest haul of similar nature ever police station wits ailed by Americus l.1 day): by the state banking "pl.llrl-1 week h..re114111111( friend-.
mode In Florida. The alcohol wax 1 Cla., police to ask. if Luther
meatS ('hoiuthent feels spent I the week
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contained In 410 ruses, filled with Hobert e e SJacksonvilleEntering .
Keene Keene: and l.onnlc '
( lend. with his mother) Mri ilerler', details to 'be r.
five gallon rang.S I i
U'lllliiniHon were wanted hpr('. a room I Sapp.:': '
e They had been loinl. hotel' while occupants
questioned at at/ a I J. 11. Sapp of Fairbanks. WIIHHie
JII'ksCJlIvllle1.'lorlllt'lI; entry In Ainerlcus and had( admitted t they were asleep, an "alleged": burglar : Mrs
I guest of his daughter
the national boys and girls club were under bond The Americas Is reported. tci have robbed! L. :
W. It. !Morgan Saturday.'
congress, held in ChlciiKo In con- ollce were informed that they Coldfll 11 nd II. A. Russ !lint It of
Mrs. A. II. Hosier and baliy
I nectlon with the 11I1(>I'nullolllllllvp- wero under bond nt Live (Ink. New York, (City, of more than/ $ Sino ,- I spent several( I days of last week given at our

stork Hhow. left Jacksonville, Friday When their caso was called there ( cash and n telegraph money i here tho guests of Mrs HesterSu

t Tin group( Indu"l'dI.lI'Y: : ast week It was found, they had order, for $ l.otio, according to police I ,

Jones. Alachim county, winner of left, It was reported from Live reports Wednesday morning.The :. Boy pp. and Calvin Morgan of
the nutrition contest; Rattle Fletcher Oak. Two Columbia county citizens authorities were of the opinion I
Glenn Rt.fIlI'Y.! spent Thanksgiving -
Gadsden county winner of their bond., ordinary, hotel
were on The 3 that 1111 with their parents Mr. and showroomsthis
club work houors. The party' Is men were charged'; with taking 1.- room thief happened to hit (I Mrs.. W.' 61. !Morgan.

to bo joined at Birmingham by 500 pound of copper wire from It lucky" Included In the cash !Mrs Hester Sapp. Mr. and Mrs

Ileulah i Kvaun Weeks, Santa Hosa Ihe Phoenix Utility Company at 'ninnies 1I..lplI1'1. / lost were four IA.| H. Hosier and baby were tho
county, winner of the "healthiest. Live Oak several months and bills four $500
ago, $111(111( currency j| guests of !Mr. and !Mrs. II. 11.
all'l" content. Muse Mary A. Sten- Bellini It at Jacksonville. They bills twenty-two $1000 bills, live
Futch Sunday.
a t Dill, state nutrition specialist, IH In were returned to Live Oak.. '' $50 Mill anti several twenties. Mr. and Mrs. .1. I II. Peelo and Friday
charge of the party. e e e 'I' e e
baby, spent Sunday with !\fl'. and
S eI Threo large stills, of ROO. tOO Lake. CityTho erection of the Rosier.
Mrs J. E.
I OI'I"udo-Ll'o Drynnt 25, Terre and 300 gallon: (capacity were destroyed -i Marietta-Cieorgla! column of the5.01l0 e .
Haute lud, lineman for the Orlando In the Highland/ section I ( monument In memory of 1
Utilities Commission was bvv soldiers. who fell llltAI>KOKI> (COUNT TKI.K-;
on the Duval-Clny county line the I Confederate
almost Instantly killed Saturday y raiders It was announced from In the battle of Olusteo. which" : iH.ll'II( "II>KAK "'.\SIlIO S" J. We ANDREWS JR.
i when he came In contact with a 1 the olllce< of Jo'lol'l.lallrnlnl..lrolor. was provided, for by appropriation Jean Helle Hamilton ,

p high voltage transmission. wire '. T. Hay. The stills. wero In by the last session of the FlorId.i -

while !piilnllni on a tower near 1\\I process of construction, and i legislature, was completed I Starke Florida

the Utilities plant. Witnesses mild I one of four men surprised work here :III III'I.IY.. The monument I II .

])ru>nt's foot slipped while ho was was arrested. The other three escaped. I' has been ereited. In Oluslee Park, I I II

working I thirty feet from the The prisoner, who gave Rile of the court house under t the. I .-'

ground, In reaching for something I his name as II. L. Sterling: has Mipcnlslon. of n spedal'. (committee i II

to pi nt Ills falling he cumo In posted bond, today with 1'. S. Commissioner appointed" ,by, C.ov. John "'. Mar a I : -. -> ;" - -- .
contact with iln,' 2.3O volt wlro. Call Noble tin. Tin-. legislative commllteo Is -
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JacksonvilleLeon county "captured 1'hillpMhss-llrs I : : ( Woods, I Ucpri't-entatlvo It. \\'. Furnellu "

Jirsi uwurd for the best exhibition 18, and :Miss Kdlth: Smith, both nd,, Scuator4.. C. lodges I t I Seven States Supply Bulk of Nation's Gasoline Needs

t In the. liny, Kraln and fond of Tnmpa. Fhi., started f<>" Mme S S 0 S I

group: at the Florida State Fair In n coal car when both lost their Fort Mvers--. Coming on the

With ,i totnl of !.Mill\ points I Leon jobs. Memphis: .., but 1 Ihuy are ex heels of the announcement of II.


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I rwM The Smartness Frocks of Printed rroifJ.td'1e x -;,'A: 'fs'fg >Nn... fir e .%

fjp )< I, No. 1373 Child's bloomer frock

/ I ,delightfully! smart both in fabric anfline r3MI
': A tiny ventue opens to let the .
I .threes slip on over the head/ and the -

shoulders are Mmonrt I< permitting tho 'i
; cnlCAOO No state of taeMississippi ouinei U7.000 oarrela. units such
(fashionable short sleeven. The two- ( aa Standard. Sinclair, Quit
bloomers gathered. Into bands river It producing enough "Kentucky consumption and pro and Texas have. been building their
1 piece [petroleum for Ita own duction almost balance The
consumption nation refineries
mostly clone to water tronapurt -
at the knees. No. 33111 In circus 2, 4,
according to a bulletin of the Amorl- la really dependent for Its gasoline on .
6 8 and Size 6 '
yards 36-lncn yean.material. l'rI.-e15 rents I can Research Foundation. with the Oklahoma. California. Texas. Arkan- "Tlie favored placeR. are. along the t

No US-Smart' !'! interest i I. tied In Ingle exception of Kentucky. eau Louisiana, Kansas and Wyoming upper Atlantic on the circuit Lake,
"Pennsylvania. Ont of the All other. states far less
petroleum produce than the Gulf and the Pacific ocean OU
the collar and double bulls on this onll1.1.9 -
producing etatea," says the bulletin they consume, the moat of them none In It* crude. state 1* moved to the
WtIIIN frock with softly flaring nldrt
"1. making only 38,200 barrel at all. refineries either by pipe line or tank
and bloused bodir Thorn am gathcrain
Bans the capital of Canada' National Qf?1. SKI .JIJMPC? where of oil a day while It U consuming "New Jersey, with no production atall steamer Nearness. to center of population t
I each shoulder the hack comesover .
Park of that name. I. mown Mr17UN3)I..': 143.800 Barrel Ohio produce 91.000 refines 208.OOO barrel a day and and freight rates to cnnauna
to Join the front in yoke elTaet
to the world aa one ot the moat beautiful FANM and the wrt-ln "liM, >ve are finished with and consumes 139.400; Illlnola, which uses only about 70.500 barrel In Ing center. are the major factor. la ,y
and faactoating of summer re- fJA; s. bow-tiNt eufTii./ No. JUts 'U In size 16, produce 10.400 barrel dally, con recent yean the larger oU companyof selecting. refinery eltee." tc
crta. It..la. bowever not generally .
13 years, 36, 3 .40 and 42 Inche bust. ---- ---- -- -- -- ------ -
.nawn that Banff In winter la equally fun for trap-eboottng la on the program Canada' treat national game one Size 8A rnqiiim 8*if yard 89-Inch 11111111111111.IIIIIIN/ Jacksonville. have recently vlnIlid the (church
eellgutful., and that many people pre- a* the BanO Oun ClUb bold Its of the drawing card of the Carnival. .
material and ribbon. Price 15
4 yard .
,. relatives. hero.
fill! his
C. A. Crosby will
lu it at this aeaaoa. especially during annual. competition at this time Another I Team come from all part ot the t cm tit.: SAMPSON CITY : J .ey..
its Carnival Week The date for thl novel' event foi a winter Carnival West to compete, a* many club eater Our Fashion! Book, niuntratlng the Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Thomas and regular appointment, here Sutur
ooiortul event are February 4-11 I ls packing, making and breakIng for the speed and figure ikatlng: newest and meet practical itylae. will i .d.tiiKlilers.' of I'alatkn, spent
l .1111.1111 N.N 1111.... .1,1 ,.- llllIht and Sunday mornlnir.
rho town .la alwav a Blaze of colored camp and ales the famous diamond among them tbe Winnipeg Skating be of Interest to very home drate- Thanksgiving here with her mother -
ugnta: Indian tepee are at In- bltcb 1* staged b' memeere Of Club The Banff Dog Derby I le one maker. Price of the book 10 eenU Sampson City, Dec 2.Mrs: J. Mrs.. JoHlu Mall.Mr / Everybody: welcome..
tervala the main etreet. tor the the Rocky Mountain Qulde Aaancla- of the nrovTn
along outcandlng event wbictt the copy. : and daughter have returned Friends of :Mr''. < H. will
:Mi-rrltt .
II und :Mrs 11. A. I'rescott. Mr.
buineya alao take part In Wm1erepageant iron who evidently are not afraid should be mentioned. Tn court,
Firework glram' on the Ice 01 rival during the non annual meet from Cal lj( .ry to Banff la 84 milea. A pattern for the above design to their home at Kt. Pierce nnd :Mrs T .1 (Cay Mr. and :Mrs.. regret to learn that their young;

!iPalace. from which many events will ot the Trail Rider of the Canadian The annual boneptel ot the Banff will be aent prepaid on receipt of after a week' visit here with Willis. Iyal. Mr. and. :Mrs. Kston. sun, I'. II .Ir I Is numbered on the

[,.tart. Tney move quickly and are Boekle Curling Club will be bald during Una fifteen cents In stamps or coin. Brown and Mlsse l'Ihel'arnes: Rick list.Ce wish him' u .speedy
Kaleidoecoplc' In color and iwlftneaaapnru Skiing u poaalbly the moat popular week.. Recreation: are en oumeroua Write your name and address reliitlvuH., Sho was accompaniedhome and :Mamie Hall and Mabel and recovery. S

are varied and maaquerade areiaj port, and the country affords all that that all vtaltort can End the form of j i I{ clearly give number and size of by her slater Mm. S. f 10:. Darts I Thomas. attended church at Mr nnd :Mrs.( Henry Brown and
': addltlooal excuse for more excitement could be desired There are competition dlveraloo teat plaaaea One real who will be her guest for
I ,
pattern and. address Pattern Department Jones iruliam: Friday' night. :Mrs.\ Nona Dyul ammo children Dor"IS
and Ulartty. In -Jumping for profesaion- novelty I* iwlmmlng In the Government

j several week The box given hero Nov. ( and, Horace, Tate Hrown and
Bradford Telegraph supper
There are many competition In all ala. amateur and young boys: kl- hot aulpbui bath la the open I I and
lice of "Torts during Carnival Week. racing skl-jor1ng racea snowshoe I Sir, wltb know end poaaiaiy. Icicle !I 329 Fourth Avenue. New Mrs O.) L. Christopher 18th, wu u complete IlC'CpMH.'e :Mists. Lo.'o'Ylln. visited rclaineo -

and even aportameo, wW nave their races Sad. novelty neD Hockey. arouna.! .., I Ie [ York City. daughters, Clorlda: and Dotty Love reall/ed ..66.6fill':/ the benefit of ILti..w lOver Sunday.

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''Mr. und Mrs O. I.I Deaxley Mr ........................ '1I1I"1I..IIII""I""I"I""I"UlUUlUUlmlllll""IIIIII, "' """," ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,",,, ;;m1i; ,"",II'' ,,," '''''''',''' '",,'"'''' """"""'""""""IIIIUlC"UlII"UII"WUlU"11IIU1U"'UI, !'
1- ':'and Mrs. J. L. Frazue. Mr. and .
Keystone Heights
: :.Mrs. N. U. WalnwrlKht. Mr. and : JMlM ..
Helm O."... Cor. .
i Mrs. U. :M. I n mil n, Dr. und Mrs .

I 10. L. HiKKs>: Air. nnd( Mrs. F. P.i ........................

i :Mr. and :Mrs. N. Stern-
11'1' i Stump Keystone Helghta, Dec.2.-One FLORIDA'S FUTURE
: berK and !Mrs. (ieurge! Flynn. of "
of the most unique entertainments

1'ulatka. ever held In Keystone Height was .

put on by the men of the commutjIty INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT
Phone 29 HOIHJSO.V-Ilt) l.l.KN: under the auspices of the Keystone

Heights Woman's Club on .
The weddlnK of Miss KatherlneI Tuesday Nov. 22. This entertainment "

I Isabel Hullen and Mr. A. !MrCor- which In the farm The Florida of the future will take rank in industries with the foremost
I wan
I'ltl>IN HONOICKI: Hilly Sliaiinon- Mr Frank Cartientor took
MI-.S: I IM : of Kau Cullie.
IlI1l1-k IlodKxon of a circus was a huge success industrial states of the nation, Grosvenpr Dawe secretary of the state industrial II
AT IMItTY the home of the bride'sparents
from the moment that the big parade
Danny Hlalock- Mr. Stanford Dr. and Mrs. J. J. Hullen began at 4:30: o'clock In the survey, told those assembled at the joint meeting of the real estate :
Mrs II. J. Davis entertained at n Itch. In the of the immediate

u lovely brluue! parly Saturday' afternoon Walter Klmer: McMillan.Hetween families presence and a few close frlendn. afternoon.Cars and pedestrians lined Lawrence board and the board of directors of the chamber of commerce at West Palm ;

In honor of MHH| (' toliurdeii the acts u black face The wax performed by
ceremony boulevard to view the procession Beach recently.
of Tiimpn who was the skit that received most generous; the bride's father. Dr. Hullen who
aUrmtlvu. guext of her sinter. Mrs. applaiiHe wax Riven by Mr. Nut wax. assisted by Dr. Herbert Grim- which was headed of by a \
uniformed band made members
O. L. Iteaxley during the ThunksKlvliiH Sternliern with MlHH HiHa Levltonat wood of Michigan; Dr. GrlmwoodhnvliiK of the club with up Mrs. E. A. The change into the industrial will be gradual but sure, he said, and it :
holidays.Tho I lie iilnnn., of ministers
rooms. were iitlracttvclyU The iiroRldent' of the Woman'sClub who performed been one a three like ceremony Smith acting features as drum In major.the parade Interesting i ultimately will mean that the slack between tourist season will be complete j;

( ><>oratt>(l Villh bankets of yellow [In behnlf of tlio club wlnhesto when Dr. and "
many yearn ago Included: A float representing ly taken up. "The industrial future of Florida, he continued, "will be
chyxniithemiinix nnd vnxes of
pink rosebuds. Four tables F. Domorest nnd 1 other members Pennsylvania, The bride was "Uncle Tom's number Cabin"of blood and hounds"the followed solved by electricity and electricity is here. Before the state is one year

were urruiiRed! for cards, nncl ut of the cast for their untiring married In her traveling costume by a and I. older it will be to find miles
midget bride and groom practically impossible a place twenty away
the emu liiHlon' nC tho I games>: Mrs.U. efforts |III putting on a play that IH >of black natln-lmck crepe. trimmed the clown.

L. Kvuxley.' winiiliiK high score the tulk of the country.Appreciation with pink RcurRette.; which from high power transmission lines" .
I The big show was held at 8:00:
received u rlilna iilmnnil iIlHli for the IIHO of the embroidered! In iilnk, Chenille 1
o'clock In the evening at the \Voman'H
while :\1" (!L :M. liiman made second lieatrn I building Ix extended to and brilliants.. An ex'iulslte pearl r
high mid received a pound Mrx I'earl O. Mattnx of Archer.nlxo brooch that had been worn by five Club and consisted of four J The nearness of the high-power electrical wires to all points and the
sides shows an animal tent and
box of stationery. The guestnrUv. '''"" tp Mr-* pri""*""*' p' own i
.KenerulloiiH 1>: as weddlnn jewelry eight! big free acts. Tho refreshjment network of hardsurfaced highways will mean that industrial plants will
11 lovely novelty powder by Mr. Aubrey, I'ennuy. I was her only ornament and her '

wax presented, to MKH| Duiden.Caudles 111111'I I I Such ,u suceexs In putting on a I bouquet] was a corsnKe; of oranKQblosxoms. Icorn bulls stands: peanuts where red candy lemonade, pop-, i be scattered throughout the state and not all crowded into individual cities,
were oil tho tables of thin. kind by home talent
I und toy balloons were! sold proIvlded !' the speaker stated Such decentralization in the establishment of industries I
the clone.thu '
mid at the nodal life of
ing! tin games meaiiH much to I After the ceremony and registering '
real circus[ atmosphere,
liOHlexx served her guexts utlellcloux : the community. The receipts of In the brldo'H book shrimp HIIIK| courxn with IH worthy .
tho play. 1149.00, a nerved In buffet
pickles. HiiltlneH anil h..tl..u. pink Hum to he added strictly to the style from the were dliilnx room which I not have, been whose surpassed.Those Ingenuity, nnd of any city as a tourist center "These industries" he added, "will] be as

rosebud, being Kiven ax favors. dllh 1 In'lI..ury."I.S.I.TII. I "
In lovely pink roses.
was decorate/1 and words helped to make the clr- varied as the human imagination can realize
utTalr were: .
Those enjoying this bower of I
HvliiK room wax a
The '
Miss JeiinettB Diirilcn of Tumpa, ...\\ : : ('.:STI'UYe'I.111 dlr'Hlllllh"mUIl1K11111/ / wonderful 'cus a success are: (1. Cornish

MesdatiiL-s C'. C. lloppn\ W. II. H. 13. Jenkins
O. L. HtMisley, (1. M.. Iliinan. C. A. I fern.Mr. Immediately ;
and Mrs. HodKxoii left and Donald 10. I'unshorn. been almost magical and "this is only faint foreshadowing of that which
W. M. Wuliiwrlght.! J. W. Andrews entertained the members of the after, December 10 in I'll hit Uu.UWKI'TIOX and managers Chns. Forxyth II nIl comedians clever\ tru".zep"l.tormerH ; Dan is to come" 1

Jr.. 10. M. llavtH. J. 1 I'! Corpenlng Twentieth Century club at their !
Mr. and! Mrs. Wm.
I.. Wyninti. A. Z. Adklnx. ]0'. C. lovely home Wednesday eve.- IIONOItINUICKCKNT ;
Matthews ; ; 1'lerce, plantation scene: Carol "The of Florida is miles than that of
I Hoover[ mill Mlssex Florence I nlnir. The spacious roomx wereattractively ItlClltKS: area 9000 square larger New
: : Cornish and Dudley Sunders mld-
and Madge. Mlddleton.Ki --. decorated, with haxkelx igetx, ; the Mixxes Until Lawrence, ( York state and 8000 larger than that of England and the surface as a home ft ftg
and l howln of glowing cliryxantheinuniH Wednesday a111'r1lOOIl.ovpmher:'; .
: I.e: 'lTIVK; ;MKKTINUThe .: : The guests were directed .10th from three to five o''I
regular meeting of the executive to their places at the tables tallleH. I he home of Mrs. W. L. Wn.ll. was Mrs. Vivian Sanders, In charge\ of out that the state has more mileage of coast line than any other of the
by appropriate ThniikxKlvliiK : the scene of a lovely reception Klvcn booths; and C. H. Clitrk. 10. I*. :J
lionrd of the'umlln' Club
In honor of two recent brides Caughey; and J. J. Houser.Mrs. union and predicted that its ports would prove a great factor in the future ,:
will bo held 1 A'cdnexduy morning
the Concliixlon of I the gam; en.Mrn. Mrs. W. ,
liee. Tib. at ten o'clock at thocluhhouxn. At holder ofhlKh Mrs. Harold C. Wall and S. A. Cooper, Mrs. J. A. growth. Public utilities concerns are estimating that the population of the
Ji'0'\ Stump an 11I1'8.Y. I.
Jr., by
\ All members of thehoard .7. Kpperson:( i Lawrence and the Mlxsex Jeannette
bu Hcore wiix Klven; a metal flower j'Wall and Mrs. A. I B. Wall. Lawrence and Kilzabeth. Caughey : state will be doubled by 1910! and are building meet that increase, he "
lire reiiieBted| present.IU.NKMT urn, and! !Mr. J, f.. .'rll1.eH niakIIIR The reception and di'awlnn room I were nhopplng In,Gainesville1 Wed Raid i
blKh for the men wax awarded beautifully clecnralcd with
: : PLAY ", .Te'SS: were nesday. Nov 23.
n pair <>fHllk_ hose. Holding nnd polnsettliiH. while
I potted ferns ) Miss Elizabeth Caughey!; entertained ;. Orlando Sentinel.
low H.'orpK.Irll.! fei! Flynn received living and dinlnit rooms were : i
The lieneflt piny "The Girl the! Wednesday evening, Nov.
From Out Yonder*' given Mouiluv a Kiiext towel nnd !Mr. F.F. attractive with bankets und vases 23: ; nt her home with two tables

night at the Gaiety Theatre Stump' a wlilxt deck.Niitn of gorgeous pink Had lance'ros s, of bridge. Her guests Included: i We'll be an industrial State yet-icilhout smokestacks to begrime !

under the able direct. ,Ion of Mr.Itobert were served on the tables i The receiving; line In the IIrRw.i Minxes Helen Lawrence. Anetta

F. Ilemorest wan n huge durliiK the I Ramex>: and at the clone i ilng room was composed of Mrs.V. Ogden Gertrude Houser Jennette our attractions. I

BiicceHH lii every way. The cant of the evening !\Ir". Andrews MITVed !,\ I.'all.. Mrs. A. K. Wall Mrs. Lawrence and Helen Ogden and

of clmrnctcrH\ was as follows: her guests an elaborate and Harold C. Wall Mrs. W. J. Epperson. the Messrs., Donald l'allhlll'II.1!

Flotsam Heard- Mm. 10. M.JollllH. I dulactnblo course of creamed Jr.. .und 111'V.' J Epper- I Kobert Tutton Bob Cooper : BANK OF STARKE

chicken In tlmables, cranberry 'I son, SrServing Harold Lawrence. I

Captain Andy Heard--Mr. U. I". jelly rnlxln and nut .sandwiches punch In the living room Mr. Guy V. Campbell, who for
IK'inori'Ht nnd hot rolln with hot rhorolntennd during the afternoon were: Misses I some time has been the guest of : The Hank of Helpful Service

Jack Mnrlln-Mr. L. F. Smith. whipped cream. Mary Cunova Iluth Sternberg Mr. and lit 1'''. C. .'. Bryant left

MlHH !Mnrlln -Miss Kthel Grlffln.Mjrtliy Those enjoying the hospitality I Kthel: (1rI ln. Elizabeth Andrews Wednesday for Dnytona where he I

-Mrx. Fred Sapp. 'ot !\II'. and Mrs. Andrews were: and 111 I'M. Maurice Edward: .*. I will be located this winter. !\II'. !;

I Those serving the delirious salad Campbell was accompanied by Mr.i ,,,, ,
during __ 'niiiimmi'imii"''' '''' '''''''"""''''IIHIIM' '''''HnillilMiilIt'' ''''''' ''' Hit'HIHIIII'' '' ilHlinillHIIitmilllllllliHIIIII'''' '' '''' ,,, II''M''III'''lllll'in'''''''','1''' "" II "' ,, '"'"''' "''illi'' ,,,"'''" ,,",,, " "" II "''''""'"'''''' '''''''''''"''"'''''""''''"'''''' ,
co u run In the dining room I.....<. .*..TMU.n. .n.. ,wnitt...... tx-hrt.. .... rftturtipil----p.-1 to--
the afternoon were: Mesdames Keystone Heights after a short -
illalph I Uhodes. C. N. Christy, 11'1 .stay In Dnytona. Reading-Donna Kerr. "' "' "' "'" ". ''' .''II"II''UI.'IIIU"WIIWIUI''uucnU"II"11.IU'"IIIIIIIU"UIUIU"''' ''' '' "" "" "

| O. Hitch. K. I.. Hlggs. W. M. Walnwrlght Mr. and Mrs Paul Walters and Closing song by the boys.Mr. .

SPECIALS ATINDEPENDENTSTORE | and Misses Florence Matthews Keystone Heights from Baltimore and Mrs. E. P. Caughey and

nnd Myrtlce and Merwyn I MrsWalter's sister arrived in daughter.!; Elizabeth were entertained IIIUI"mllllcnll"IIIUlIII""UIIII'III1I"I

Jnckson. The dining table was' Wednesday, Nov. 23. at dinner Sunday Nov. 27,

I covered with a beautiful lure. :\11'. nnd :Mrs. J. T. Kline\ of at the home of Mr. und Mrs. M.prKln. I

I cloth\ and centered with a crystal Pittsburgh arrived In Keystone )\ .

jhuxket of roses and fern. The i II Heights Nov. 23 to spend I their The Misses Elizabeth Caughey!;

mellow" glow of tall pink candles vacation at the home of their Ruth Lawrence, Jeanette Lawrence

I Iin .silver candlelahra added to the II | ,daughter Mrs. ChaK.1.: Welm111 and Helen Ogden and the
For and
Friday Saturday I attractiveness of I the scene. Pour-i a n. Messrs. Hob Cooper" and Harold

Ing coffee were: Mexdumux S. T. Mr,.. E. J. Gant reached Key- Lawrence drove to Gainesville

Dell und A. V Long of Gainesville tone Heights; from Pensueola Nov. Sunday evening with Lawrence K.Walrath .

DECEMBER 2 & 3 and Mesdames II. U Brown- :, 21, to spend several weeks. as the who returned to the University S

lee and O. C. White. Also assisting guest of her daughter; Mrs. Wm.Huker. there after having spent

In the dining room were: !Mrs. the wepk-t>n,1 In Keystone. Height.Mr. ..
Vansk-kel and Mrs. O.I nnd Mrs. F. Q. Cornish and .

ALL PRICES ARE LOW Dale*. Heasley.11. Memlumes J. M.Hrownlee tained Mr. D.at E.dinner! Pangborn Thursday.was enter:Nov.': daughters, Murjorie and Carol returned ::

Weeks. A. Z. Adkins from motor trip
U. A. 24, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sunday a
J. Orl ln. E. M. Johns. to Palm Ileach.Mrs. .
NOT F. S. Babbitt. ..
nnd Mrs. J.Y.. Kllllan of niurk 'I C. C. Moore returned to
the The Hev. am] Mrs. F':. D. Lowry,

You will find ALL our l prices are Low. We do Mountain.of N.the O.guests looked In after, various enteitalned with a Thanksgiving her Keystone former Height home>: near Monday Valdosla.Oa. from.
pleasure 24. at
not have just a FEW extrrf Specials to attract ways also little Mlssess Gloria dinner home on Thursday Keystone, Nov.Lake. The | ., where she went to spend ,
you once. We have Low prices always to merit Johns. Murla and Olive Weeks.Dell. of Gulnesville. MarthaMrownlee guests. were: Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Thanksgiving; !; with friends and

regular trade. Clark. Mr. J, 3. tiouser Mr. und relatives.
99c seventy-five !Mrs. .:. 1'. Caughey; and daughter .
SUGAR, 15 pounds for .. About one hundred Elizabeth, and Mr. and Mrs W. H.
PILLSBURY PLAIN FLOUR guests were Invited to thla Ogden and daughter, Anetta and A WORD

6 Ibs., 35c; 12 Ibs., 65c; 24 Ibs., $1.23 affair. lIelen. [GENT

SELFRISING FLOUR, GOOD GRADE An excellent Thanksgiving program *

6 Ibs., 29c; 12 Ibs., 55c; 24 Ibs., 98c Vital Statistics 'Keystone was Heights held by school the pupils on Friday of the COLUMNFOR

Delicious-Pure Georgia Cane Syrup, qt. 33c Death* I evening.! Nov. :35 following a brief RENT-Six-room: house with

Ib. 30c IouiBe demons 7, daiiKhter of business meeting of the Literary all conveniences, ( "lirage. etc.
Fancy Tail Mea.t, LOBSTER 1-4 can II. demons, Uellbronn. N'ov 24th, I Society of which John Perry Is Mrs. Hamrlck S. Walnut st.Starke. GOODYEAR-BUILT T

1-2 size can J5c Burial at New Hope Nov. 26th. president and Miss Eva Lee Secretary. It*

Fruit for Salad, No. 2 cans 32c J. L.. Pnrmenter, 61, Nov.' 27th. I Miss Lee announced the I
Burial ftt Dyal cemetery the following 'following numbers on the program
11-2 Ibs. .39c4lc i
Pure Pork Sausage large can duy.Nellie : POLITICAL
Ready Cooked Just Heat and Serve .;. Mahoney Valdoatn.Oa. [Song' by the high school girls. Pathfinders are a sure cure for high tire

MAXWELL HOUSE COFFEE, per Ib. .. Nov. 26th. Burial at Crosby Governor's Thanksgiving Proclamation Announcements
Lake cemetery Nov. 28th.nirth -Margaret Dod(!. I costs. Only volume production and the
No. 2 29c
Lima Beans tiny green
Very fancy
Greeting by the school. FOH TT: rnM.F.t'Tnn enormous manufacturing; facilities of the
Arcadia Vegetable Relish 20c <. Thanksgiving Exercise Prl- Ifnvlnv b"plurlfed by my frl 'ndivnn.l .

package We45c Mrs. Franklin Hall I I feellnit that I am iluly auallfl'il ivolrd's largest tire factory makes so much
Figs, California Dried, large and mary.I I hereby nnnnunr* mvoelf n candidate
35th a daughter. I The Little Cooks-Luelln Cunningham for Office of County Tax, Collector
Chile Sauce, Van Camp's medium bottle 2ic Starke November and Opal Gllsxen. for Itradforrt County Florida\ tire possible at so Iowa price. We back'em
the Democratic Primary
mihjert to
Jam, quart jars, assorted flavors Mr. and,! Mrs. ".. C. Ward. Stnrke A Good Thanksgiving-Reading next Junv. W. E. TORODK.t with real service, too.

Ammonia, Parson's, small 15c November 30th a daughter.M :j by Mary Shryock. '
6 l-2c I Song-Fourth grade. herehy announce myxelf a rnnilldlatA -
Waldorf, Toilet paper He.ltatloll-Hobert Hatten.I for th. rtltlre of Tax Pollectorof

Fancy large juicy PRUNES, per Ib. lOc ,irKii"i >onrn' OP nti.HItoriOiy I Poetic Responxes-Frances Cadmiin. Hiipport Hrnilforil of the County.votern of I the nollrlt. fountv.nnil the.

Baker's Shredded 2-oz. 7c; 4-oz. 13c; notice IM irlvon thnt. umlt. Ann Shryock Sidney and If elected' promlie' tn* faithful
Coconut, nnil. liv virtu1 of that if>rli..ln ftiintlHfr ,illncharKe of the. duties of Haiti office.
\ 1-2 Ib. pkg. 20c ..i. of '..r..I..MUr.. made by tlv 'Qrover nlttlen.I .
.IllilKH, of tI.., 26th. .Inillolill, Clronlt.In I When the Frost. Is On The C. A. KNICHIT.
Ib. 19c unit for Itriulfonl bounty. Ktorl>li.on by John Perry
COCOA Wm. Baker-Justice 1-2 can : Pumpkin-Reading
I In2'ith! iliiv: of N'ov A: D 1U7! ,
firlttlH line! .iiKiiluwtlirevnril Stuart-New Dixie highway between
SUCCOTASH No. 2 19c In favor of \\n..h -
call lrnt| *rtleH, .chunlprMI..i. neurlitirut of Turkeys Primary and Vera Beach
: : : A tale this place
Ib. .6 l-2c : : Ion ft 111., <1tf< nimntn. *
Very fancy Blue Rose Rice, per HM Hv. *'**!]!! MnHter. will I IrllleH.Ht I opened to I traffic for entire din-

Sour, Red Pit CHERRIES, No. 2 can 29c .I.n>i>or r for of tht Hitlv* t i In>tirt rront MotiHn'. of In lh-Htnrki South; *. >t'itatlon-"I\IIan1\ Joyner.Itucitatlon tan e.
Klorlilii.: dtirtnii: the leicul hourH ctfHlilt -Kathleen Hall. I Qulncy-Ten-Inch water mains
on >tontlay Jan. 2iitl. 1924, In school tlrls.I giving Supreme Service
I the tilKhOnt niul 'i- ....1,1..1'' fur I'II.h I Song--High ( I being laid from sandplpe Station
n>nertv. IvItiH Frank Walrath. double supplY of water.
-- -- I he foll ftifi4rlhil Story- I city
: nn lo-wlt:
h'lorlilu. iif XorttieAHt fiunrt of new building to house
Thf* .KH: | hitlf Recitation-Ardlth Anderson. NO. 2
.* ami North.itt quitrtfr of North Home and hospital PHONE 83
r Re- adults at Masonic
STOREs i A Colonial Thanksgiving!:
INDEPENDENT ....&', mmrtt-r of BoulhHitKt 'I".r..r|
iiiM Kuxt thr *e-4\iArtpr) of Ktttithhvlf 'eptlonFrt>derlck Dodd Ja'kBuC'k. here at cost of $90.000.
;. ( I
.. of NortlUHt
t iiart r
f > fy: of Northwr Kenneth Church Betty Jacksonville-Building construction
Htid CaMt bAlf of NorthCBH ,
,,'. : # ( quarter quarter: of Morthwent
CALL STREET Next Door to Gaiety : 6.quartor Mouth llunitn In Mm'tlon 23 Rant.IHH 34.Tnwnnhlp .. and Steven Joyner. 11.001.010.
.... rlvbt of way>.,f Htat'* ItfMThwnyNo Song-Little Boy Blue by Ann Jacksonville\ 25 new direction
.. ;< >.la ronlulnloir 110 arrva inor orleu I'Shryock. signs posted In city. Surnsota-Ringllng erecting 81.. completed,

Theatre, Starke, Fla. .J. U FRA7FRSpaclal After Tkank glving-Primary. Jacksonville Barrett Ford Product 000,000 museum building here. Lake Alfred-New cranarrnltUA.

./ jI. M. JOHNS.Snllcltor I Maftvr.H. "ntaOIUe---O'rJIDJ-I1ar.: grades. Company of Atlta,, Da., City-Florida. Power & cannery Mini "built '....re ,wUI be
. fur Cnroplalnnnt.12JStlJSO. Song-Grammar Olrls.J. to establish branch factory here Light Company', ice plant here ready for buslne. by December 1.


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ll"-, llHHUIIIIIHIHUinilUlliTIIUIIinilllllMlllltllllUUIIIIIIlll''' '' '''' '' I '' '' '''''''''' '' "1(11( "UMmilllUtTliliiiimiiliiM, ,, '' "..,.......,.........,....... """''IIII ."..,. giving holidays In Jacksonville. and food sale. Saturday. December were the Thanksgiving day guestsof ; the electrical engineering dcputtment. and Major\ Hu wll relatives mid friends. I 10th. at Hart Furniture StoieII of 1\1111\ :Mrs. W. ,\. CVott in namely the) Tim Ileta PI
-_. DeLandCongressman. Association which Is splendid evidence H.U-nST:

It. Nohles.: proprietor nf( of high, scholarship and the .. ..
Mr. and Mrs' William G Striith (;.
Bits of "IIiIIWII."WIIll".1 '. ) I his K. A. Green and )Kta Kappa Nu a national professional -+/
and children of Jacksonville, are Starke IIl1ker) closed bakery I school at 10 A. m., J. ;.
I \lsttlnit ut the home of hit parents heie nnd has moved his. equipmentto | SuptV. :M. Scruggs intended I ameeting fraternity of el..I'II'IrIlIl'IIKI- F. Klc kilter, Snot.WoiHhlp ....

:Mr. and :Mm W II. StruthMr Green Cove Springs. where he of the l'arpllt-T<'lIrlierM' neers founded. at the Unlveislty of ut 11 a m, followed by -
has accepted I cal N making
: and I Mm. J. C. Hoover and Mr (Green niladdiess II. Y. P. IT. Junior led by Miss
Monti- :, M. :Nlclexelopment.: aiti'iit I
hefoie the school
The e\ent. 'ou have been waiting > I --
her fll I hpr. Dr. James Chnse. Hi>i>ntThankHKUIiiK > Liiiiru :NewellIntermediate-': .
: cello News.Kl .: for tho Seitboaid Air Line Itnllwnv -
us guests of Mr. and fur: The bazaar nnd food sale 1 led, by Miss Carro-

Concerning Our People Butineta and :Mrs II. C. Hit-hard In PalatkaMr of the Presbyterian ladles', at ----- was luncheon guest Monday wuv. lint II L'n Ions meet at 6:30.Kvenlntt : I
Hart Furniture Store, Saturday, ) 'lends of !Mrs. S. KliznbethHrownlea of the K\clinage: Club Mr. Nix
Progress of the County and Town : worship at 7:30: p. m. I II
December 10th. Faiwy, work will be sorry to hear of spoko of the woik the SetibonrdIs
and !Mm. J. A. Saul spentunkftKlVliiK Everyone welcome.Hov I
< lay In Jacksonville, makes Ideal Christmas gifts. the death of her brother !Mr. John doing through north and west _

t tmmnnnniiiniiitrniiiiiiiiiniiiiimmiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiM' ,, '' '''''', '' '',"'miiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniii''' ,'' '' '''' '''.''''iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii.uiiiii'' ", ''''''.'''''iiiniimimmniiiiiuiMinmninK.THKIt '' '' ''' '' '' an the clients of her brother-in-law Logan cif Lexington'; Miss. Mr. )Floilda' to establish tho growing tJ.! 1'. Huymond will preach j \
Logan visited. relatives' In Stnrkewo of Satsuma cirnnges on a commercial I nt I'liio Le\el on Saturday morn- ., I
and Bister l :Mr. nnd !Mrs. 8. V. The old telephone olllces over
\\ : : KKPOHT Mr. and Mra. N Sternberg and and nmcl. 1 scale. Much\ Intciest Is. being/; .
Trlsn. the store of J.V.. White & Son, ( years ago many IIIK ut 11 oclock, also on Sunday r .\
family spent Thanksgiving day In friends while here. !Mrs. Hrow nllue. manifested In north )Florida and at :t mSunday .
------- are being remodeled for use as I p
For period ending Nov. ,
30. 1927,
Jacksonville.Mr. who relatives'in south lleorgln over tho growing/
Dale !\lax. !\IIII. ,I Mr. and :Mm. J. F .Colley spent dental otllces.! Dr. Carroll of :Newlleiry .: Is now visiting ; "
Predp.Nov. the of this fruit according Mr\ Nix. II
her Imme state nrilved ut I
I lse\ei ,
16 81 60 l days lust week In llernunIdo. will move to Slurke during/; :\11' 'l'r
..02Nov. and !Mrs. J. W. Morgan I and the few will '
I I home of her blot her on I lie day ofhis next yeais see I .it
where railed
I I they were on occoiiiit the next few weeksSanta
17 74 6G .
.05Nov. took in the )Florida SIll Ie )Fair InJacksonvllel | death plantings' on a Inigo scale. ;
of the dentil ofII'! Collo
18 63 42 school Sunday morning
..00Nov. hits ihiirsday.Mr. i _ "
19 63 37 ..00Nov. : >"' brother. Mr Jnmes foliovMr Clans letters aru litglnning i nt 10.00 I) : o'clock.. ))0:. K. Perryman -
I Dr., C H. :Marks. of )Mauler'lleach. / I Johnson-- I'hear that jou have j
20 63 40 ..00Nov. and Mrs J. W. Andrews Jr. -- to uriivo for I the Xmas Issno supt'I .
21 7J( 41 ..00Nov. an-1 trimly! attended the fair In I : and 1 :Mrs ))0)0)-. )Flume and on December IMh Only Oil"1I1I1I'e i has. urrhed taken In Starke Ills duties TuesdayMind been A'Pllhllmllrrl,',\, lie Sunil.iN' school will observe*

22 75 4S. ..00Nov. Jacksonville Thanksgiving day. dlt lip d.uiKhter. Clara spent severul week little folks, the letters I up usIphnumu IlrowlI.-''. as. ll.irveHt Day for tho Florida
'1st lu llutler's .
23 78 Ii 1 .(10Nov. (lihist week In Jacksonville' must hi.* In bv Dec. (Mil to Insiiiepublk'iitlon / Johnson-Whom did you marry :Methodist (liphntiaKe, '; at Itenxon
: : Marks, who Is giaduate ofI'nlverslty
I ho of her Bister Mrs ?
U 80 liG ..00Nov. Mr. and Mrs Lewis Shrlver of in Kiioxts Springs' Tho eciulviilent of olle.IIIY'
K. W. of I'll I thing" has been Hi-own--Pollv Smith, her mother
25 1\0 51 ..00Nov. Hrooker visitors :Mills.Mr -- .-. --- --- .. wages'; Is asked of each member
were In Sturke .. i Floildn for two jears und conies" her step-father ami two maidenaunts.
------ ---- of church with
2B 80 1>4 ,00Nov. the ( Hrlng It
Friday. )Floi 1.1,1 Light A. Power Coinliany '
: allcl Mrs. II. C Wall nndCol hlghl) lecomnieiided to Ills new .
you to Sunday school Sundayinclining
27 79 liS ,00Nov. I trews aiu engaged In extending :
( and 1 :Mrs' K. :M. Johns. motored i position. I .
28 78 611 ,00Nov. \\-. )K. Torodp of I.nwII.')', was. i the fit!.000 volt line from LIIWtey I 1.1I1'11111'-"TII.. I that sold j' _
man methis
to Jacksonville Thursday and ---- --- --- -- I
29 82 59 ..00Nov. a business visitor in Starke Saturday. to Iliildnln, the 1J.IIHIII.yI'IlhtlfwIlY Worship Sunday at 11:00: n. in,
attended the WnsliIngtonLeeFlorIdii ) 1 I lie Find I'cm dst er belonging donkey died Ho told mo tin : ) ,>
30 84 69 .00 : ha\lug' been seiuredthiougli and 7 : .10 I p lit Morning snhJ (.t.
football !;lImp.I I condemnation procroillllKS : the '\11"0111'11'" Company of-Jnck-; animal I would bring me $25 any "Tho Uso of Church Vows. ," followed

Total rainfall ____________07 I -- ------ I sonvMIe, contractors Installing ('IIII day with reception of members.
C. A Knight attended Hi football :Mr nud Mrs" T N. LlmhiuiKh I veils on county roncN. was stolen Donald-"Well, won't ho? and the Sacrament of our Lord's.
game In Jacksonville Thurs and gun. Thoinus of Lakeland.Kpent Fildny, nlfilit near the )Ford' garagu. Luclan-"No:-': I let him out of Supper The f'vpnllllIIlIhJect will
Shotguns at Jones Hardware. day. I lie TlmtiksirlviiiK liolldii Dr. and Mis Jeii> M. C.lenn ofoung The machine hud been repaired the stable three times and ho IIIIH-' be, "The Principal Things"

with :Mr and :Mrs lloinef II. LlmhllllKh. \ Hauls (in., were guests' of during thi day and was. left outside n't brought It yet."-- I Um )Fun. Intermediate Leiiguo Sunday iifternoon -
Mrs. K. A. Weeks of Hrooker, George Hnrngbcjrger, engineer, I Mr ami Mrs' L. A. D.ivlH last Tuesdiiv .
to be called for by tho oWIII'r.hilt ,
was a visitor In Starke Tuesday in charge of construction work Wednesday, and, are now when Iw came for It ( ho car .. *> *. ... < Senior nt League 3:Illllo'roc'k.: Sunday! ovenlnBat

on toad 28, spent Sunday In Jacksonville :Miss Surah Mnlpus and 111 I'M. (). In WuUlo I'onduttlng, a toll-day was gone <* It : 15 o''lu'k.
J.I.! Alvarez and J. L. Frazee
levlvul at the Methodist ihurihMr .
.1. Clillln and eliiiiKhter. :Miss KthelHpent -- -- -- "' Wit shall liold all of these. services
spent Sunday In Jacksonville.Mrs. Church Services
-- ---- ---
ThanksKlvliiK In ..Inoksonvllle. I "Spc'c'd1 Haivev Fernaiidliia' In our" rliuich. It has been
Iliffe ran repair your eye glass the Ktiexta of. :Mr. und Mrs P. J. Grnu and granddaughter. formeilv, of Plant City, lias, reluinctl (> ne" lv paluteil I |IIHCO' | | and has new
L.A. Davis) spent Friday es, new frames, lens temple \V .1. Cirillln.Mr I Miss 1I"IIII'II'e i Mullen, who to Plant City to accept" his old .. .. .qo carpet. Wo shall have good: music
with friends In Jacksonville screws. 1118tf.Mr I have been visiting! In Clmlmintl I
1"Hltlnll'lIh\ AmeilaiM' Hallway '
-- ---- -- .
1'1.1.IUi'S: ( III HC'llI.PIM'OIML and most IIII"I'.HIIII'rvlc"8.;
nnd MrH. ))0L.. Turner 'and cither points of Intelest for I Kxpiess CcimpunIlls. lends :! Come and worship with us.
Full line of shells, all tdzes atJone and Mrs\ Lenlhal Wjman spent (lie week-end In Jiuksonvllle : the past few weeks returned aie glad to. welcome. him back -. ----- .----

Hardware. and daughter, Hiith are moving vi llh her mother :MrsV' J. homo Tuesday night Plant City 1 lOnlei'pilse Mr. Har\ev Sunday "servlc.es Advent to l'IUioIU'l'I.nus: :
__ ___ ..___
I i to their Klngsley. Lake cottage\ today Green nnd ulster Mrs. Clmrles J.l'el'g..la. n acted as. relief agent/; In Stnrke for Chi I'I Istnius.

('loin Sheila at Klckllter'a. 11- where they will reside.Mr. :III'. mill Mrs <). L. Ileasley had :Mr. HolTimui dining the monthsMr 10 : 00 n. in Chinch school. Miss Siind.iv Hcliool nl( 10 a. m.

183t. j as Ih..lrlIIIHtS: 'Thuiiksirlvlng: /; llonniiin was on duly on account Sarah Malpna superintendent. Preaching' Heivlcii at 11'00: a.m .

irtiel !Mrs. '\'. B. Jr., over Last week-end.. IHT parents. of and. 7lU: I ho .
Miincly :Mr" und 1 Mrs J. II. Lord anil Hkk """H. 11:00: a. m, mottling prayer : |> m bv pastor.Pia
had their the weekfuel. Mr\ and Mrs. A. C. Durdeu ____ 11.1. Wednesday at
Walter Wills of Tampa was a us guest past Miss )Fiiunio Lord oft'III..n., h and sermon. >er /;
business visitor In Starke Wednes, :Miss Selma White of WhiteSprings. :Mich. intended the )Florida State Mr. nnd Mrs ('. C. Hop" Hud The W. T Weeks Chapter.. IID 11-0(1: ( n. m. celebration of Holy 7'W: p. inClnlstlun.

day. Fair In Jiiiksonvllle last Wednesday MHS| .loiinnclte Durden of Tampa. C, will meet next Wednesdayaftei .' Communion on First Sunday. of tho Kncleiivor: '' Society"

-- ---- -- --- 'noon. December the 71 It. nt month celebration on Saints Days meets. at 11lU: : Siindiiy! evening.

Several of Starke's uttoine attended !Mrs. A. M Peltit and (children --- ------ Mr. and Mrs T S. KendrUk, three-thlity. at the homo of MisJ .

circuit couit, In Luke Hnt- of Alachua have been visiting Hoover! Hi.OH. ank their cnstomeis Mis. J. L. Simmons anil Leo Wiggins I. M Hiowulee. 1I1'IIIIwill/; hi

ler this week.P''st Mrs. Kllz'ibeth Johns for several not to vtnil until the last mciinent / motored to Jacksonville called to order promptly at I ho appointed

---- .111)11. for Christinas' potrultsMnke 'J'hallkllltlvllll"y and spent, the I time. Annual_ dims to be

: c-luss painter wishes contract ------ ------- : an appointment for a Bit- day with frlemN.Mr paid lit Dmenilior meeting All

work, or day work WilleMr. Ilememher the ladies'\ of I the linn rlKhl away and you will not - memliers cordially urged tci bepi J. R. DAVIS & CO.

Supper Starke. 12-2-lt Presbyterian church bazaar nnd I he disappointed I and Mrs W. 11. :Mtindy. .11'.. esentFriend.
:.. __ .. I .
food nnle Saturday. December lothnt had as tlielr 'I hunksglvlng guests'' -

Starke friends. of Mrs. I 12.; T. Hart Furniture Stole. :Mrs. K.: W. Hiirrl.* und little Mr. and l !Mrs. T A. Steele und ) of Hugh Hiownlee, .11'..

Campbell of Welnka will regret --------- I son, Johnny of Jaiksomllle spent |I hildrpn and Mrs )F. A. !Moore of son of :Mr. and :Mrs. H. L. IIrIlWIII INSURANCEAGENCY

to hear of her serious Illness.Mrs. Miss Gussla. Mae Bennett and Thanksgiving with her lIIollwr'l| (Gainesville. I lee, have received word that ho

---- -- brother. Stanley spent the week !\I I'M. Irene Will nnd I IK -- -- -. has been awarded the hlghost honor

J. M. Mitchell! and daughter. end in Jacksonville visiting ) It Smith 1Ilrll'j Mr. ami Mrs O. M. Sisliunk" that can c'ciinn to a man while ESTABLISHED 1886

Miss! Lucille spent )Friday In friends. and son, Joo ami Mr. and 1 :Mrs.. CA 1 la college Ly being I.'h'l'I..d to two I

Jacksonville visiting fi'lends.Mr. ----- Col and !Mra A. S. Crews 1'-IIII'h and .sons Merilll und. honoiary" fniterniiles at Hie Alabama

------ --------- -.- Hamilton Ultch Frank Carpenter I an their Kiii'Ht,. ThunkxKlviiiK: MrM.1 :l.llIl'k. spent' Thanksgiving day In PolyUichnlc Institute. Auhiini STARKE. FLA.
and Mrs. Clyde II. Alvarez Hnel Joe Trubv attended I the James Kelley and Mr und 1 :Mrs' Jacksonville as guesu; of Mr. and Ala. where he Is. a senior In I

and children of Jacksonville )Florida State Fair In Jacksonville 13. Cowm-t of Madison, and !\H'I Mis Cyius. SlxtriinkMr I ..:-; 000- :;.:- -
I I ___ ___ .
DnwlInK of Luke HutlerMr - -
spent Sunday at Klngsley lake. Saturday night< J. H. I
I ----- --- and Mrs Lester Harper : --

Gun Shells nt Kickllter'a. 11- !\Ian0e l- new stjles. olpotralts. I ami !Mis Hryunt W. Hodges :l11 Veru' Spliuler. of New Oi'leans. '

18-3t I !Make an appointment and 1 littla daughter: of ..Incksonvllle Mis. L. Wman' and, daughter' FRESH FRUITS and VEGETABLES

now If you wont Christmas por spent Sunday at the home oflur Ruth, spent ThiiiiksglvliiK/; 1 lit>

lust patents. !Mr. and !Mrs A. I'. Jacksonville*
!Mrs. J.P. Robins/in spent traits. :
I IJullte
week In Jacksonville at the homo Hoover Bros. Studio.Mr. I loll'num.Mr. If you would make every meal a festive occa
and Mrs A. Z, Adklusnnd
I of her son W P. IloblnsonMr. I.dolllet M-C Grocery supply the food. For
:, and !Mrs. Haifoid )Kppersonnnd anil :Mis. W. S. Blakelv and (children, Ha/el.. Lois und Junior
were Thanksgiving guests of groceries that are consistently good as to
and 111'8.V.. T Holzendoif, children of Jacksonville little BOH Hilly, of Jacksonville.
nf "clatkn. spent Sunday In Stnrke spent' Sunday with his parents were ThullkHllvllijup..ls; ( of her !Mr. and !Mrs Jack Bilggs lu JnckHimvllle. quality and price- M-C Grocery is above parrOUI' !

with relatives.Chns. Sheriff and Mrs. W. J. Epperson patents Mr. nnd, Mrs.! W. W,. I
j Ilulsden. ___ groceries are always frenh, too! and our

.-. H. Heglster- -. --state---tag Inspector Mr. and Mrs Kverett: Miner and :Mr. and :Mis II. II, Llmhaugli stock- large enough to take care of your needs
of :New-: J 1\IIHII- !Mr and !Mrs. :N-.:. A. Illlteh and
of Lake Butler was a business littla" daughter Pauline (June Wood( who Is a member at all times.:
ol Mr. and !Mrs. S. 1-:. Ill Itch will
week-end gnesU School faculty :
the I.awley
visitor in Stnrke )Friday Smyrna were of :
her mother. !Mrs. Robert Powell. spent the ThunksKivliiK'; holidays move to the slate farm at Ualford If you wish to phone your order, \ve will give

Mr -and-!Mrs--- )-Frank-- O. Peterson with her \parents :Mr. und Mrs. A. this week and will oeiupy the new it the same careful attention you would
and children spent Thanksgiving '; Mr. and Mrs.' J. II Lord andMiss Wood apartment house which Is In readiness i were you shopping personally Let us serve

Jacksonville. Fannie Lord made a motor for them I '.. ........ ....
day in '''...;.. -as elliciently as we are serving hundreds I :
trip .fo Keystone Heights and Mian )o'iorenreIlItthews! spent ----- -- I 'i. f'i I you :

Mr. and Mrs. L. C PreHl'oltsppnt C.alni"villa )Friday.v Thanksgiving day In Jacksonville Mayor nnd !Mrs DeWItt C1. Jones .. .,- of other families.

Thanksgiving with their rt attending the WnshlngtonLeeFlorlda and son Arthur Darby returned 7"1

children In Gainesville. Ilirp* 'can engrave your watch football game. !Monday from a motor trip to'At- SPECIALS FRIDAY & SATURDAY
with name or monogram. 11-18-tf. lanta and Decntur, Oa, where theyspent

Mrs. W. E. Mlddleton and the Thanksgiving holidays
remembrance ,
The one your '
daughter Miss Madge, spent Fri Mr. and Mrs Jack Murden ofOrlanilo. YOUKIMIOTOOHAPII with their daughter, Mian Kline
cannot buy -
In Jacksonville shopping. were the Thanksgiving who Is attending Agnes Scott col BUTTER CLEAR Per 50c
day and !. Make: an appointment pound
guestSr of her parents Mr. right now. lege. IfKOOK ,

Gun Shells at Klckliter's. 11- Mra.U M.. Alvarez Hoover UK OS. Studio.Mrs. .
.. The bankrupt sale of the Sam
18-3t. I -- FANCY
Adkina and States stock will be brought
Judge A. Z. Rosenberg POTATOES 10 29c
M. pounds
the L. A. Davis Mrs. J.
Knight are holding to a close Saturday night according FIRM ,
T B. Johns, state prison Inspector Attorney Mitchell and l daughter' :! Mlns Lucille
visitorIn fall term of circuit court for Union : to Mr. McN'uIty:-': the auctioneer
was a business : motored U> Lakeland !Monday,
Lake Butler! I In charge. The greater
In portion
Starke Thursday.Mrs. county Miss Luclle Is a student In
week. I I11I Southern where College, having spent the of the stock has been Hold I SALT BACON PER POUND 17c
be auctioned ,
and the fixtures will
Iva T. Sprinkle editor of Thanksgiving holidays at home.
Frederlka and Leah Struthspen I I off Saturday.W. .
was a visitor
the Lake Butler Times --

to Starke !\Ion day. with Ahe tW-' week-end sister. Mrs.In Jacksonville W L. Edward '! Mrs. W-- Kpperson) of Slurke E. Norman; ;- -;;- was I In SUarke on I ONIONS FANCY 3 pounds 14c

Lake Mtitler lust week to YELLOW ,
Vonslckel *. I I was In business: Monday, and reneVed his I
Mr. and Mrs. Dale be at the bedside of her aunt I subscription to the Tl'leKraph.11': I
spent Sunday with her parents and his sister !,I Mrs. C. A. Croft In her last days.fnlon .- stated for
Dell Jr. Norman prospects )
Sheriff and Mrs. W J. )Epperson.Mr. Miss\ S T Olive, of Gainesville, were '' County Times. good strawberry crop In his section PANCAKE FLOUR S// 2 Packages 25c

I guests OL Mr and Mrs ---------- ---- were excellent the plants being
and Mra Herbert C Hitchspent week-end I of Jacksonville
Mrs. F. A. Olroyd condition mid the
:M. Brownlee.Mr In a thriving' I I
Thanksgiving In Barlow I J. !MiSK Addle !Mae Haulerson atieuge larger than usual

with relatives.B. r : .'and Mrs. Oscar W Alvarez I'' and, Harmon Alderman of Luke i i Tomatoes, No. Cans, 6 Cans for 49c

Mrs. son. J. O.. of Jacksonville, Butler, were visitors to Starke J. )F: Colley I attended 1 the funeral
R.. Wltkovskl and sister. and Thanksgiving< guests of her I Tuesday nUhtW of his. brother J. l\f. Colley of ---- -

K. Matthews! spent Thursday were mother. Mra. Lalla R. Chase. Hernando last Thursday Mr. Col- COCONUTS LARGE 2 for 17c

and Friday In Jacksonville. 1. Ilte|( spent the ThanksblvIng ley's death occurred! Tuesday FRESH

and Mrs. R. J. Davis and holiday.* In Cleurwnter with night following a short Illness. In I
My Mr
Mrs Morgan Darby of Fort : spent Thanks< ers' la the guest. of Mr and Mra Uttle in daughters Daytona alt guests of his. with lilm and remained, until '. of Slurke. three brothers FLOUR WASKO It KAN I) 24 pounds $1.18
S. L. Peek. Mra B. P. Davis Sunday and! three ulsters survive. SELFRISING
I grandmother. ----- ___ __ I

Mr. anu Mra. J. L. Plckerell at- I Myrtlce and Merwyn Congressman H. A. Green of A small blaze In the home of

tended the football game and fair I Jackson Misses. .pent the Thanksgiving Starke. who has been In the southern I llogan Smith on Walnut .street APPLES YORK 4 pounds 25c I-

In Jacksonville last Thursday. with their mother Mrs. part of the state on business caused by a leaking pipe of an oil COOKING ,

holidays. Jackson In Baconton. Ga passed through Lake Hutler | Btove called out the fire department
her T
!Mrs. T. S. Hew he has a< W Thursday evening last on his way [ eleven o'clock Sunday! morn-

guest for the winter. !Mra Vic John Levertt, Glenn Love, and home.-Cnlon County Times.Mr ; 111I(. The Ore was extinguished! I APPLES JONATHAN Per Dozen 35c
Smith of Akron, Mich. were LARGE !
of Trento .before any great damage was i ,
_____- I I Cordon Ph.lpot. ;; .
guests of Dr aneiMra and :lJr--, : K. I>. nrummonel done

Mrs.from James a two Shepard months'ha visit* returned with 'Thanksgiving: W.. J!. MlddletonMr. the spent guest Sunday o. their In Klngsley nleie and Lake her Among the Starke folks attend FRESH FLA. STRING BEANS Lb. 5c s''

relatives In Akron Ohio I IMr& I and Mrs. Z. J. lberts of I IHaslinKtI husband Mr and !Mrs. W. F Pow ing the football game and fair In ,

f. were < L. M. DeSha of Miami, was A. Gardiner over nil "\\J 1 wereJohn: Powell. )Frank Carpen-i I
the Thanksgiving guest of her par !I and week-end.:III''' Mr. and !Mrs. W F. Powell of ter Joe Oliver Wesley Stearns, '

ents. Mr. and Mrs W. H Struth. the Klngsley Lake arrived' In Lake I Hamilton Hitch James. Lewl Wit-
and Mrs. E. L. IKKS and Duller on Wednesday. to spend the Hum Duncan II H. Wlggln and )

Illflfe can\ repair" your watch as.' Dr attend d'tl1e"Wallhlnltton holiday with Mr and Mrs. K. Orle Wiggins
good can be done"anywhere.. chl1 .n in Jacksonville tool
a football game: Drummond.-Union County 0'1
11-18-tf. Lee-Florida Thursday. Mr.: and Mrs. J, T Qulgley Mr.! NEXT TO POST OFF/CE STA ffHE i

__ Pies. and cakea like mother ,and Mr. F. A. Scott and Mr. and .;(
Mr. and Mrs d. M. Inman and B *ttl.. Johns and Lou- bake and faacy work -galore at I' ..... BtMtoy. C. Carnal! ..-* lltttolsou

JlUI."tM'onda.. spent; lat Misses Edwards ''spODt 'the Thank- the Presbyterian latllem' bazaar] Jamen 'P'reder1eknt'Ormond p ..o \
Thursday Jacksonville. ,lIe ,


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nn.\u"oltU ('Or: TV J.EGn."J, HTAHKK, FLORIDA Fitii>.\\-, )).:rJ'::DIRER: a, 1027
t'\a: six .

I I display. Pictures t and stuffed gpeclniunx tonal Klerlrlc Light, Association lust Thursday night. Rembrandt Carrodlne and mother ing the past 12 months \

r; of a great number of birds when the executive committee met Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Crews of Mrs J. II. Carrodlne visited New Smyrna Poultry operations -
In Atlanta re'eolly.Vblle the Jacksonville were In Lawtey Sat the Florida State Fair Tuesday In Volusla, active.
which benefit truck were
Farmers & crops exact date of the convention was urday. Undo City--3 car loads of citrus -
Farming shown.
i. I The exhibits put on by the State not set It was. mild that more than Rev. J. V. Robinson was visiting llrook vllleGolllltru'tlolL be- fruit shipped from packinghouse
i COO delegates will attend nextyear's In Palatka last week. gun on second structure at Mountain of Dud City Citrus Growers
I Home Demonstration! Department '
I meeting., Joe Jill of Park development near here. Association. during recent week.
ai H thq .
(ly Agriciilturnl, Editor) were educational and I !Mr. nnd !Mrs It. A. Supp, Mrs I'
IIllc'I''HunK'1 i Florida. Power Ac Light Company, Lake City-70 new telephones Madison Rebuilding burned '
1111 the I home K.,: E,!. liurney were visiting. Mr.
-- nod president of the southeastern Installed by Southern Dell Telephone planning mill of Madison Lumber !
den, placard """ and Mrs. W. II. llurney in Starke
I division of tho N. K.: L. A. I prei Company in this place dur Company progressing/ rapidly.
Farmers and Trud..ersre invited to Contribute Ar- number of different I vegetablescalled :Bided i at the executive session. Sunday
attention to the value of a Dr. and Mrs. Hlggs and two sons
( tides of Farm K\pt: >ricnccs and Methods Found .---- .
home garden Dresses) made tuft Preliminary plans for u new of Starke, were visiting here Sunday -
.; To lie Ifost Hulled to Our Country ford or flour sacks, hats rugs end !' dormitory on the campus of the .

baskets made by club RlrU and I'nlverslty. of Florida.. to cost" In tho Mr. and :Mrs. Chas. Dinklns have
women were shown. Three whlto : neighborhood of $20i>,000 are being returned from Tampa where they Countless FORD owners arc com

rats were used to give, a nutrition : prepared In the olllce of Dud- spent .several weeks

AVERAGE LIVESTOCKIS demonstration. One had been I. olph Weaver, architect/ for the :Mr. and Mrs. Herman Thede ing to "STANDARD" motor oil F
I raised on ordinary foods except State Hoard, of Control and head nnll a party of friends! from Jacksonville
milk and! vegetables./ It weighed; : of the school of Arc'hiU'd lire. The were in Lawtey Sunday that
NOT:r GOOD ENOUGH I SI I Il'llIn"( Another, raised. on plans. will be submitted for the Kcl.: Edwards of Jacksonville. Is for the complete protection
i iI
j ordinary foods including milk, of visiting his
approval the board of control at brother W. H. Kdwards.
weighed( 11 ::) trams.( The third Its. next meeting. According to only "STANDARD" can give them
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I ; ; ;; I raised on ordinary foods, including Mr. Weaver, I the new dormitory Mr. and !Mrs. E. II. Wells and
John :M Si'oil. animal Industrialist Ono of the progressive/ counties I
both milk null green; vegetables which will lie known as unit "0"! daughter.! !Martha left Wednesdayfor \ U
of I the Florida l Experiment In Virginia has. recently eradicated .
weighed; 128 /grams. They of the composite domltory Ilrunswick.. where they will
Station, says Ilial he often won- every scrub and /grade bull were all l I three I the snob age and i Thomas find liackmau hull. It spend Thanksgiving. ,

d('l's how long 'Florida. livestock within Us himlera.Vhlch county out of the same litter. I will lit In nt the South end of the Mrs. A. 11. Hurley, Jr., of

rulHurM lure g"llI10/ ho content to In Florida will be the first. to The poultry, show which contained I two halls to form u 'U" which Starke were vl..lIllIher. / father
over 2.ODD)( birds, was of asuperior will eventually he filled out to Rev. J. V. Robinson Monday.
ralHO average a til main which I l nr<> do likewise? r STAN_ Aanr
\ iiunllly Competition form u Ilnallran lo. It la planned Mr. and !Mrs. 1_. II. Hill. Mr.
above I ho average will nut nnd among; the exhlhltors was. keen 10 have the resulting, court turned : and :Mrs.. Oeo. Andersona. were FY
livestock i raising ax 1 profitable\ ns Ill I 11125! I there were approximately I- with a largo; number of exceptionally Into a ""' 01-1 rOIknl Knrden.LAWTEY among those from Lawtey that t

It iniKlit be." Keys ::11 r. Srott. HoglVOS 000.000 pecan trees in good! birds' on hand. i .--- i attended Col. Peek's. funeral Sun .

Nome IlllerCSlillg fig u1'e$ III Klorldu Of this number mere I The club pig .show was the largest ........................ day. I 1.
this c'lulIlI''IIIoIi. ilK follow: than one thin! were In bearing! ; in I the history of I the fair !Mrs Mildred Sanclefur and a 4v

The average dairy row In Iho I and produced nearly one and one which has. been bavins big dub : : party of friends from Jacksonville "STANDARD- is the right motor oil
t'nltecl Slates produces only 412 half million 'pounds of nuts. PIM "shows for years. The (rattle' : Mr, i':. .:" llurnvr, ('"r : visited her parents Sunday.

KnlloiiH of milk In it year. It ro exhibit was not exceptionally ........................ for your Ford car or truck. It gives
quires I 22,210,000:! !!! < ( CMIWS of this I campaign for low-heeled shoes large/ but contained a number of
(I.IKH to produce I the supply of Is 'heluK ImitiKuurated In Dude) fine animal. 1.1111""t.. .-.. to Mllll ItoSM.V positive, complete protection of
milk needed. If (Mm dairy rows. county by !Miss I'ansy Norton, .--- 'rho annual town election was 1 I"AINTlm'SHimon I you
W"I'I' hove the I average and uonlil home dOl1l0llHIl'llIIuli agent.The / "My: Idea of an underprivileged held ;Monday, November 21st at all moving parts. It forms the tight

produce TIM; gallons. of milk In n roan child Is n boy who never had the the town hall. The folowlng officers -
your It would. he nectissiiry' ti> milk 1111 walnut meats will chance, or the l&Prve.10* steal u ( > were blurted for the coming Pure Citrusand piston seal that means full power.
only KI.iil7.lM: I cows to ohtnln Ilio lilt)ko small) scratches on furniture watermelon.Charles F. Leach year: J. II. Moore mayor; K. I 10.lliirney .
game) amount of milk. Tlilx world entirely disappear The nuts In Florida; firower.Florists A H. Harley, IIL Kin- j jem Leaves less carbon and keeps trans
should be finely chopped or crushed .
roBiill In u saving of labor nnd law rouncilmen; J. T. Reddish. ,
feed neeossnry ID take rare of 9- nnd should he rubbed. on the of Florida nre the purveyors marshal and tax collector" It wax (; Farm Crop mission bands soft and pliable. ,
of tho pleasing Information
Snatch with the finger.ClerrnuntF'Irst
272SI(I cows also voted to put the cows, t
I that this. state Is developing a new
... Tho average hen In the United State Hank of Industry. At the state convention hogs and clogs; off the streets I FURTiLiZ1RSAfl STANDARD OIL COMPANY. /6,

\ Stales. lays only fib eggs. In a year.A ('her mout reorganised. In Miami Florida; was. pictured which! was carried by a good ma I '.eo".O""T1ID ,L RSNYVC4 r ri'

good hen should easily lay 1,15 Miami---New coliseum building the "world's glassless hot Jorlty. 1
eggs/ Iti u )''''11'. If t Ilio average; egg In this city dl'llIcolclll'cl'enlly. ai house"! of the future by speakers Mr. and !Mrs. L H. Hill were I '
production per hen worn 13B eggsa PNIRIU'olll--o'rIHI'o Railroad I to shopping In Jacksonville Saturday. "STANDARD"MOTOR
who have observed that the demand "TI.MIO TltliiM: I) (HOP
your, It would require less than Increase Its terminal facilities ut for Florida-grown plants Is Miss Ida Burney of Starke Is TISTKI: :: >"
halt the number! of hens to supply this visiting Mr. and Mrs K. I';. Hur-
place.Plant Increasing, and that It, In fact has '
our present egg/ demands. I C'lly-Contract let for .
exceeded! the supply for several ney.Misses I OIL F
Our Brands the Acknowledged
Art hurl no and CatherineIlhinchard are -
Similarly If If we had betterbeef surfacing/ Plant City berry yard years. Northern floral houses It 1
rattle and hogs/ It would requlrn I Plant City-New fillIng; station pointed out at the meeting visited the fair In Sttandard by which I
this week. Growers of ]Florida have
a much smaller number of to he constructed at corner of
I' have established a number packing
them to produce I ho Hume amount I Wheeler and Reynolds streets. and shipping plants In the Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Thede and judged all fertilizers for CROWN
of meat and meat of better (qual children, visited In Jacksonville nearly forty year GAS
!Plant) City-Kxtenslve Improvements of
state to meet the requirements "<; nil for what I
living we cnn TeD
ity. under at Plant City of Sunday. ( ejt easy
way that trade from their section to
While Florida. cows unit hens do]'I' post ofllce. has been discovered H. D. Hennotte of Jacksonville wo get instead of Retting aK: e
the country. It n
friends In Lawtey this we run for what we give,
visiting gasoline
not produce any more than the averago I Winter Haven-Central Oas that many plants will thrive was bll
t I" the policy of at
Irudlll'tioll of rows) (nnd Corporation to erect gas plant In colder climate If they have week. a Crowe,
hens In the United Stales, there here Miss Florrie Terry was shipping I Pump
shortly. Florida
1 been given a start in TilE E. O. PAINTER every
Jacksonville Monday. fleas
are enough records, aval labia to Hartow-Franchise given; to R. in ,
show that It IH poHHllilo to luivo u H. U'ugner Company for Installation The City of Miami was chosen R. A. Blanchard. David Moore FERTILIZER CO.

largo 1111 III her of cows that will of gas llstrloutine system for the convention In 1928 of the Eel Durbln, and K. K.: Burney were JACKSONVILLE:, Tl.1i. I
give more than 700 pounds of and plant. southeastern division of the Nat- visitors to the Gainesville Fair AUTOMOBILE ROAD MAPS Alabama,

milk In ii year and hens Hint will Pnlm Hench- Rosemary (llr..etpllvc'lII..nt -- ----- ---- 1927 Florida, Georgia, Kentucky and Mississippi

lay 11101'0 than 1315: eggs In n year undergoing repairs may be had Free at any of our service stations.

"Lo's put Florida llvontork Futon: Park Runway to bo v'v' i'TkiflkJgidSRtfB'S'S
above the averugu for the-United built at aviation field hero. -

States and In that way make live- Cross City- -.Mills biillillnR on

Block! raising u morn profitable West Central avenue repaired. and I
business." Bays !Mr. Scott.Agricultural, 1. redecorated.t'nloii. yr

I I' On Scratches or Skin Abrasions I

Exhibits At 1927 C? -an antiseptic should be used to prevent infection -

. ,insure quick healing.Therefore,remember to

State Fair Exceptionally Good i ImIF r rr r. = I
; Use I BOIltOZONE at Once!

( ll>' .1. KUANt'lS COOI'KH( : ) I| county took first on (1(1101 I Borozone Liquid, a powerful antiseptic, cleanses cuts
Editor AMI'(cultural News" Service and svriip and meats and meat and wounds and kills germs. Borozone Powder
Visitors to the Florida" State products. It had u good. exhibitof I appliedaftertheliqdJhastenshealing.Keepbothhandy.Sold .
c T f-i """ iTirrnrrr
Kalr, who attended this exlilliltlon I corn and other grains buy peanuts : ( rlf r? to 'ill By

n'Klllllrly.re treated to a .sorghum, and beans. Clay r.rn*" HT rrric' i ir Corpeninjj's Drug Store
h-lmpioved HbowliiK of aicrlriitnral county had a fine exhibit of vegetables rrr I r
t x 11Y' ,
I v' I l r I l I/ fl +r ; ,
proiliKts this year. This sweet potatoes bay. rltrns- e l r -- ---
show I U Ki'adually II"HIIIIIIIIK I the canned( goods, find pecans. The ,

n I"1 of it big!: .shown real statofair. r.persimmon exhibit shown by thiscounty I 4 WHEN BETTER AUTOMOBILES ARB BUILT BUICK WILL BUILD THEMDRIVE
WUH especially noteworthy 1-
C'ompetlllnn In I the county exhibits linker county's exhibit n'hllo .small) -_-- -,_-- __ 1& i4'!

I hiM .M-ar vtim niui.suiillykeen was of excellent iiallty.<| It consisted ..
and many of Ilio lung-ti ate mainly of PI'I'UII"'ec.t potatoes = ..,2' .
blue 1'11.11"11I1ll'I', found tbem- I peanuts, cane and wyrup, --=. -. /

selves giving, way to new blood. ornamentals, ('orn. chops, and meal
,.Fluersa.4 A, kacfsw6rk.D1'AkITRY I
This should result In mare nplrlt- fluid cassava. tSa.

ell competition I and better lonnty The Leon county exhibit: which

exhibits In fut uru ).'enr14.. was awarded< first. prize In the hay
To Undo/ i'on nly goes (Iho honor grain and forego! class contained
of haviiiK taken llrst prize In 102 varieties of forage/ 112 varieties -
''i everything IIlw elltel''' !. This of grain, and. 1(1: ( varieties of
oounty'n. exhibits look blue ribbons hay. A feature of the Leon exhibit cal

on 111'11", fruits other than was 'n display of :It,000 poundsof 9E0 '

cltru, vegetables) and hoitlcnltni'e. 1-I watermelon seed which had TtAllA1C3 SaGY.1M 6EDf JC7t 2 9 .t2'klTCUeu
Ha hail kllltlll'U exhibit. In : been grown by one man. An ex- I IZ'0".LlIZ' .IS'tY
tlio faint n( n tropical I Harden. lellent I'IIIIIIIIIdl"pll1Y Willi another -

tracled! Interested attention. 111-\\ IValiiH' of this ,exhibit.ladtilcn I t 9'OSII' o"
'V'-ILJI made of cornl" rotklth (: < county's exhibit showed ,

net Him of Iropbal l plants IIILI, tobacco from seed to clunr.; A |I I I
v(' (!tl\hlo\ exhibit iintalned 41 dll'varlelleM model 1 curing barn a bale< of cured I
fnrent ( of v"lc'llIhl"H.nllJ)1I1C IlIha.) II. seed growing pl,1at4l' E

them\ were" corn 'pepper.H'ltiaih len\es ot i n red tuhac''u, and cigars

) pottl IOle. endlvu. okiit.liouiiB were displayed.! This county took'i F er
ctiflimhers onions 1'IIIo\II"h: \ the blue ribbon on Its splendid j I
pfin.( xplnaili, radish, heels( lima I exhibit of canned products. "" LIVI\J, zrcM j Biiick

beans, i nitplant; ciibbiiKe.! ginger! tables' pecans, meals/ hay, /O-I,I f3 ti'.16 0' 9c, : OMA14 bs .1' Drive for 19 S

troplial l waternuloii from 1"1'11'1) earth and cane and syrup were I
carrotpeas, turnip, and, other inleresthiK" features of I Ibis I I

kin. I IlIuvlll. .exhibit .\ sweet potato weighing :I 1 LK- I Qao that bad road
I liu. home county of the IT I l-2:! pounds( was shown.Jcffd'Hon I I! over
fair had u Llrge exhibit nnd n ,county the home of'

good ono na IIMII..!. A dairy pro- the paper shell, pecan, again advertised a Buick for 1928 over the stretch of bad
duels exhibit was put on by the Itself us u pecan and dairy f'11257FLOOR PLAA) .CO DFLOlQPLAA>

Huvnl Pnlry Association. The I products., Its exhibit contained :I! ....,. you know best Notice how Buick'sCantilever
poultry exhibit procbilme.l" that rice, sorghum; shallu buys train : I'-.6. JC414! Springs smooth away those aggravatingruts :
there Is money In broilers fronV'November forage crops, peanuts meats vegetables I

to April uiul .showed) some honey potatoes, tobacco, 1.\ ('n sKltV.\Tl\K: : tests combine with a substantial storage spare are located In the and bumps Observe how Buick's Lovejoy

model poultry houses. The exhibit cane, and Satsumns.Simla i and attractive exterior, all of the eel lnr. Hydraulic Shock Absorbersfront and rear absorb
contained a fine .showing of Rosa county presented III advantages of a well laid out and I The second door has three bedrooms

rune and syrup, pumpkins) sends, splendid ..h"\I'lnK of hay grains, economical plan along conservative and a bath. The bath Is road shocks and eliminate jolts and jars You

potatoes. (corn dasneens, pecnns. and forage, us well as Satsumas, ( R. C. Hunter & Bro. Archts., practical lines. tiled and the tub Is built-in glr- cannot know Buick's marvelous new
riding com
velvet beans, sweet potatoes.lt- canned goods I pecans, et('. Hlueherrles Now York City.) One enters. the house through lag not only an attractive appearance
ru.... bulbs I meat and vegetables./ were shown In /(11jlLrR. Most of us like houses that the porch Into a small vestibule but also saving time In clean fort until you have tested it yourself. A car awaits

An IntereatliiK part of I the exhibit Madison the "hog and hominy" :, appear substantial. :Masonry construction the, usual hall nelug eliminated. ing. The hall has been reduced to in showroom.
1 our
was' that of a )loom for weaving ,county showed a variety of Rood with stucco finish and This arrangement gives over all a size that allows room for the you

runs: from old riiRs.. n.mllllstrn-I, I products.\ Including" ('cane sorghum with tdmpla detail gives one just space to the Urine room where It necessary doors to the various SEDANS |119) to <1991 ". COUPES $ ItS lie$18311a
lon$ were given In IhIR.The buys grains, vegetables/ po- this effect. Is most desired, while the vestibule rooms to be given over to more SPORT MODELS f U9J to *J25

Nassau county exhibit made cans, pumpkins soybean peanuts Then too, the substantial house gives privacy at the entrance useful space, such as the bed ""'""" f .,PInO.M.-..__ .o n.. .._ a splendid\ showing o'f canned cotton tobacco cowpeus and has a number of practical features that would bo lacking should one rooms. The small ball also short 0 g.e..A. C /.y el.., IM ,.. r w.1Yk
dusheens corn, meats. that argue well for Its adop Into the living bath
Kimilt veRctnliles I enter directly room.A ens steps to the room both
and meal, peanutt, hay. (trains.ornhunis The State Department of lame tion. First them is the Item of group of windows that occupies from the bed rooms and from the BUICK; <

peas, beans, pecans and Fresh Water Fish bud one of maintenance and repairs a very the full length of one side stairs so that It Is l readily reached I928'
tiion-oll. cane and syrup millet the moot Interesting exhibits at I Important one then there Is the of the kitchen gives plenty of light from the first floor. i

and oyster. I the State Fair. It contained alive I Item of fire protection and Insurance where it Is most needed. The This house would require a lot
Irish potatoes of course were n display of a number of different { together with, the selling factor complete equipment of the kitchen with frontage of about 45 feet

feature of the Fl.iKlor county ex- kind of fish, and, told. of the j in case case one! .decides to and the adjoining pantry gives; to give It a proper setting. REGISTER MOTOR CO. ,;
Uibit, which took fourth on (citrus open season, smallest flee and dispose of their house a few years assurance that the "business end"of Complete working/ plans. and
second on vegetables! and second bag limits of them. A number of after It is built. All point to good the house has not been over- spec-mentions of this house maybe STARKE FLORIDA
i>a dairy product Other features hides of wild animals adorned the sound constnicti&n and conservative looked. It baa been laid out for obtained for a nominal sum

of this exhibit were cane rustic olllce hut In the center and design. (convenience comfort and economy. from the Building Editor. Referto WilleN BETTER Al'TOMOIUI.RS ARE BCILT BCICK WILL BUILD THMD .
ro.elle and bulbs. some live game animals. were on In this little house, the archl- The heater room laundry and House A-65



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II. H. Jl.It. I .. 2s pounds. This biilMit--. driver. makes handling exceptionally I I fm-t !Myi-i'B C'lithorliHstrott t In t thin placi-" iii-Kanlzp/: I Sit rasol a Tuxmyorn' I InvcriipHM City I pun-hnm-H clumIful I Repossessed and SurplimSlock '

( Continued from with the llglunoHS "II" '. Maximum steering/: surely I.ovt-Jn.v Turk will\ \be UBOit its nhowBtrcct | Afwoclallon.Miami 1 t I llre-nithllnK t I iippnrntiiM t .c-s.. t titiK I

that it la time for her Is further provided uy a gear I I to tI'l1wIIHlrlltllll1 t rt-HiiltH", I t of I City of Miami I Shores $ :i.tiiui. office Furniturefixtures

[ she ynwiiH and leaves ( alloy pistons fur housing of welded steel( forgliiRs. cli-iui-up and lieiuilmention' I I m i camiml ,I votes :Uti-voiir i Ira" 'III"e and 10year Vtt", l'ulll1 I Iloach.Ap I |irot I- and
Equipment i
lit-gunlM' tor <(<11 combine In reduce vibration and a steel tube steering I column KII.Sarnsota. st reel' light I mitt/: contract to lila I i'iy :I'd!(I local. I nesvs iou'per men

if Never lo anything I iMcreasi' riding and driving welded, 'Into the housing/: makes u -.- T5 liuslncHs men of Florida I Power & Unlit t Coinpiiuy.tBeauty I from I Palm I n'>II1I i rrpm (rinl \\ ( HIt IIIK. STICKT: : I ItltSI..S _

pleasant to otherH. and l Hufety. sturdy and exceptionally safe one- 1 _. -- )Florida rower & Unlit I'oin- : ('UAUt'"

more than your I addition to freedom from piece unit.Forddesigned. 1.-- pnny, will Hpi-iid\ uddllloiuil I .. $ ::1.- I.-II.KS: SAFES I '
of the roinl In driving; I' I on. It i U announced. that the ) steel spoke wheel.", and Simplicity Combined I ,1/il;/ i .7::11 I making/: exlenslvo Im- jIILlW\i,; !
chairs on a boat or & a q jiild. a great deal I completely, wl'lrte.lllllo n one-piece provemontH" to I their lines' I Ills full i ) : MAOIIINKS': a

trains or food at the & having/: been \paid to and winlir.Vlntir TYPKWUITHRU I

:Never lkDh1110l1K I feature by the Ford engi assembly There, nre are six provided.models, of the new In NeivTcrm_ minal( Tower Building! I \ (Park S">vprnl new CIIKIM: t \VHITER3KvcrythlnK : I

and leave In t the engine. I Hie timing here.A for (Ii.. bimlnoHfl house :
luuiii'H under rotiNtrurtlon t
highways car. They are the phaeton roadster II ,tinil I ..uIi., ','. New unit reconilltloiiHil.frelKht ,
greasy paper for other are made of bnkellzed fab Tudor paid to, any' 11.'Int In Florida t
sport coupe, coupe, -- ---- -- --
drive, Is much (tiulvter t than i.i, t I,..'m'.tiui. r '
walk or past.NewFord sedan\ and Fordor sedan. I tif tin riiit'iirni of
I | |
The earns on the camshaft Ili/t"hl/ I M\l'i: II 5i' KM' It IIOMiV: '
I I Local( dealer Is preparing for u -
[ been BO designed as to pre public reception today when models ,I Doyle E. Carlton /'enlue Office furniture ,, .
I I ',' clicking. '
of the new line will be shown II 1' .,
conchwork. of the car is as Company I'
I In phntograps': and charts. < 'uii.Iisluitu' f > <<:U\ i'l'mus \
I | < l
cations ,I I I ye a s Its performance. .. \( i. .."\ \IM.I':. i-i.
Is noticeable 1 European ,,, ',
HIsINUMr. i ii' ,_ i \ I iii,i i-maMMiiiM'' nt nfHi.
in line and contour. It Is ,lu,Ml, 111 tuSu u"Hi, ,

Aftor" wlx montlm) } designed for exterior : .1. Norman: : and dut ghuter _._ ,
: mu -- -- - -- -
nothing but saw Ing | I but him as well the Inter. Hosa Mae visited relatives at LukeIhutler 1/. .

ry Ford today (', convenience' a lid1Illlmlnllll..nlH Got
]. !Monday.Mr thiS .
cifl'nt I)11M of I the new ", to be : Ipoll Conner nnd wife, and rsmodyij jfrem

which will Micci-pd( 1 In much higher I 1 priced, au Hub- soil and MIH''r.llsH' Roberta (I............ .n"U'" ,
"IIIII' ""' ,,,.....tI..I<.
modelT" '' II('14. On 1 the I Instrument 1.< .... .. ..
Conner nnd :Mr. II. rd!. Mc- ""lInd. '. ," ..
tliOHf ipeclflc-ntloiiH. I I I 11... IO' m..... roo.
PI'so nf satin I finished nlckol "
tire Rae ntH-ndi-d the n. Y. P. IT. convention ,,,...'. I. ..... h.
ture of tin aiitomolilla I I ItO Bpeedomett-r.( gn so- at Lake Cltv Saturday.Mrs. feftl tU.7"2jliillii; "" ...II" 'utMo .IIh ."I.p''lp.*.7?>:oMh.Un "bo., Moo.

formnnci-.. iippcimim-n ammeter and Ignition : I II. I.. 1 haIti vuinger' returnmi $ ) ,* ';;. PAZO OINTMENT .
rhnnlcnl 1 I fenturi's 1ms ltiu a dimh light In the cciiI *
home Sunday, from Jacksonville CLCPTLAAJD : ; ,: :: _
been nsnoolnti'd, with S
n I The new mmli lacy-type sun -
where she hits been for the ViolON9TI'ITION' :
ably higher/ price clsms. with crown roof and. round past two weeks visiting relatives.Mr. tm &- .",,. 1111" :;

Unusual speoil and ( are fenutres of I the closed, I
1 Frank ::01'1111111.1111111'-': Pnr-
are among I the oiu /: .. Unusually I nickeled. radia LAND
rIch> and ( !tIl"'III'P I'uu rm'lsh attended t I i _
tureB of the new rnr. I '' I und head'( lamps\> further I
I the party nt the home of Mr. m
nounced us belnir/: able to unto the exterior attrnctlve- Tom :Moore Thursday; nigh t. They !i : SURVEYINGSubdividing .
to CiO) nillcH an hour while choice of four colors ,
all I I report a nice" t time.I | '
recent tt'stK It has ,' ):\ finish. ore ofTvri'd., I Drain-'t
; ) nndMrs. ,
:Mrs. Viola I Ilaltlwanger I I I 't'I
more without ilidlculty. I I I kIt)' III design bus also Margin Skeen wore guests al I

more Important. It Is '!1 ] to the Ignition. 'l'h..n'l| tln' home of :III'. II. :M. Mcltae" Sun- j I age SystemsAccurate <<
when travelling at '
( one coil. In il water-proof day. Work I

It holds t th> road. easily) I There' are no i vibrators I I I to i The, many friends of little Miss! : '\

romfort to driver and and exposed cables to I I y"lmll:01'1111111.I :-': were grli-Vi-d I tolonrn I IL H. E. Lagergren ,
It IM also stated with ei 1tlvPIII'.H. ,
loose or tdiort. circuit from t that shin had received, Inpur C'fta 4'i' : .
however. I Hint balllll'e.1'A'h., Thc distributor I t Is I located I Starko Fla. .
!Men from a burn nnd we hope hoi, ; l
i toTal in nn iMiunlly I I< ( i ii)' iiccHslble. position 1 on n speedy, recovery. it1r'' i Idii44iht!

..nnnfl.In_ __ lllld_. ".'1111..flll. the I *"' '"imimiiitiiHi''!!!!!!!!!!! V
f .mnn. u uu -- engine. I ::Misses: Mildred,] Xorman and\ si-. ( -. -III *. _______u ___ _
81JtIl.Ir, Ford has (- .. .
I ci lu gml I water t pump large- -- -- -- -- --
; tor. Audrey, amid !Miss !Itosn Ma
", I orlKlnul I Idea of a cur I i ) and airplane propeller- i I :Norman-': :accompanied, by Mr .1 m irA I IIDVKI-' ) ( ,AIM I I I"' 'NI

[ meet nil I conditions I I and t ) I a (provide u cooling I sy'H- mule ( ooul mmiii mu. were out t to I tinP"i No Worms in n Healthy Child GI,

I roads. li itIi makes t the cur ililllciilt i | can farm last Tuesday; sportingMr. t I .-'I'liiSpiill l I ii 15.1. t'iiriiif| s if I I Ilii.lilminl I. All i-hililruil" trmililml wllli Worms hnvn '\

Appreciating I the eonMt ) I except from itlmxi"" (Cooilman'H, ] sedan I 1..1"! nil I I I.ii.. fin unlii-ultliy, color which ""liclI'o.I.' .....

fcreiialnfC/: Importance of running I without I I t enough i Mr. 'r. K. Stokes and family of Iluild Hi'I, "11I1..' hut 1>1111."I\ npoll. blooil nnd l n* n rulir. thi.ro 1 I. morn or Urns.
Itlon I tin- Ford Motor ,tomnch clinlurhnnia, CUOVK'S; TASTK-:
i I dry radiator.t "'uhl"'I ft"ll at the homo of II.M. "' \ Unit IK limnit.. summid ,
[ has given; a (treat; deal of | :20 to SO miles to u gal Mcllue SlIlIday.I prouri'HHlM'. Tri'ul puhllc' oflli, ,o I Iiiu. i LUSH; : Cllll.t[, TONIC ulvi-n rnuulilrly. for
two throe wtH'kn will enrifli IhuliliHxl
nf ,
I thin feature of the new gasoline depending/: upon | r. and :III'". :M.: n"HI"I' of :Manatee : a public, IriiHt niid 'a public, nfllcir Improvn I his cliumitlim, unit net nmt ()<*neriil -

[ high gear tests with two I I ( speed Is t the gasoline I .con 1 ret mmmcii home Thursday after as II Horvanl .of. I tin- pi-oplo, i ,( :HtreiiKthiminic' Tonic, to th. whiilnivyHlfin.

Jers In a Tudor Sedan It announced., )Feed, to spending' while wllhII': '. Hosier's ;| ; hundred thousand cubic feet of employ simplicity nnd beauty tu the Iimlnt, ,on, Hlrlcl iituuist, )'. fluid<1 ccon j jand Nnluro will Hum throw off or

fan acceleration of from is. by gravity. / 1 father Mr.V.. Pnrrlsh.Ttev. 1 (jstonu was dug from tho qimrrle oli uiulcrlj'lng theme of time lingo project. IIIIHIIICHH, i-lllcli-ncy,, III'I ilmpi'l tint wormif. ntul, tlio riuM will hoIn ',

111 lloH an hour In S 1-2 8( I I oiling ,system, also il dis D. T., rhllllps preached n tho Indiana Limestone to I Tho gray Indlnim limestones of the ,'I'\I'\: ",'p.II'IIII..lIt' "f I lh,* Kiivi-rn-j t niirfiii-t 'luIlh.. I'liinniint to tnh). Ode

The new )Ford car nl I I )Ford design I Is combina- very Interesting I I sermon Sunday at' II i ; company exterior with It* tone of nmiiiilveneBi incnl. Tlio uiI mflimi 1st rat Iuti. Hliould. j i A imrkiiH'. of (drove'. flyer' PIIU I. i'nI -
lucas a. new type of ( splash and gravity) I Ibo converted Into the glgnntlo Tcrmlinnl and strength combined with tho rtlallo :I'm!I,,,':il I with, CVITV hultln! i.fliHOVK'S' .
pump with i : : ;
Corinth church.Mr. |' : Tower of Cleveland ,linivlilitin t pri-HH promptly I TAHTKI.KHH: : ('I im r.i. TUNIC" : for lltomiwho
hrnken. An excluttive I Tlio new I transmission Is I Wilbur Tucker and I Freeman i I, Building!! iK'corutlvo" treatment linn mudo I t IranscrlptM. of., tin-, iiilnulim of nil wiHh to take n l 1..lIlIV.in' conntictioiiwuh
V ,) I hey are uf | 'Ohio. tin odlllco ono of outHtanUliiK distinction. J thuTonii:.
Ollllll'lIt| I selective sliding\ : gear type I Itogan of Jacksonville I I IBspitidlng I Tnls bulldliiK. tho lust word In { ,iilllclal prncf-iMlliiicx, and Hliould. _

Ire bhanlcal" shoe expnniliiiK I t ', shift three "1"1'' n few days t this week modern Bkysci-npor forma (lio central Flvo IIIIKO arches 18 feet. wide and l "carry tho pcoplo, III nil UIIK'H In UH --- -- --

: bedal and the hand \ runs on bull : Floyd Crosby bus been putting t 1- square development. Second only In tIme building. rime vast portico glvijsrntranco and 1 pnrpoHi'H wlilt-, < opi-n InIlin .

'' ftpernteu all four [ U ii tsr-s hmu ft on roller I In-m I nn addition lo bin residence height to tho WoolworUi Tower. It lo tho building lobby one t public., .., .- si.t. i io. ,IM irlvi-u that tinder

.,( itnted that thin In 111 I the reverse Idler on Looks like old ")lOll ('mu phi" will rises sheer 711 feet. Flanked by two part of which will bo a modern oriurla I :Next-,: IHHIII, another plank] of Mr. .mi.I ilin I, i li!'> rlili'ii-il vli, ',UK'I nf l.y I Unit I tie ci-rtultl I II.I .... A.final:Z.

'Ibie and BlmpleHt] type ben 1'1 11/01:14./: a power Having surely make a ,'all.SIrs. I wings one the Hotel Clcvclnnd mil I lioiiHlng! many attrnctlvo shops.rtil ('iirllon'H iiliilfnrni, will I nppi-ar, I IntblH AilkhiM., .IllilKi., of hut am h ..imi'liolalI
wheel brake and also light cnrs. tho other a part of I tlio K I I ",ii iv ,nrcndo, lilio gives direct comnui1 i'Hi-nil I .>r I'l.irlihi., I in,. niKl, I fur lirnilf.H'l -
unusual oil / P. I.. nnd daughter. I'alil l I'ollileIIIIv., ., '... .
Phillips : I '. In
HIIIICI-.I "''I\t clmm-iTy on the
&. nllnut. nil "_,_,_ .' tower proper will aunr iiin 1 "I' mu with tho Iiotrl and railway
..... ...... -.. _". I of gears l 1M noiseless I II Hebble.) I those -'silt' dnv of us.m.', A. li. IIU7' inI
r were among rounding of e'u!' i : :. : : :
from the outside nt the group ----- I ,hut (' itiilii tout vvliuruln; I nut
[pade! I \ accomplished who attended church Sum nuluuy., 1U summit vlHlblo!; I it .\. E. Dickinson of the I".II"'M.I, I IIICIH. ,IMHuti'ii., it corpora! *
moving any parts.! I of n finger.I I I Th funeral of Mr. II. S. Milliard I of Clnvclond. Mono company declares IMYmi Fci'l Had? I linn.. mill, I l. i II t. liii, trltlKu. urn Uont! "

An engine that Is I 1 I pie dry ul iso clutch) rear ax II I wll ho preached,( next Sunday, I >,,- The architect nc, : In ono of I the Uncut M.i\l I I". It's \'..uir. liver. It ,usually' IN.. \iiliilniiHIM, Niu'um.'u'i' :: ,| :nnd:" II.A,Knli'M: M.: I Ituv l.ollle: Mtiry M.' I3.I.Uuy -.

p. Ibratlonless. develops floating Iype comber 4th nt 11:00: o'clock) at Ihe Prob8t & White. e entire world. when,, \ 0" I I'.....1 I a I ti-nl, llxer" niedloln IfH t ( IlllltlllO, lll">,11 m em' I lI..n I ,,,'" (uti 'Ol'lJlirll, *
"wer at 2.200 ( In electrically welded _. .. .,,. I.ilf tt's' I'lll-$ '..mi. n fin I iinriill, ..... I' !:. t'lliklmm,
| Ilev. -- -- .
old Rattlesnake (church by --- -- I iiNiilldiiti'il, Nit "'sil KtornH, t.oiiiiiinv.II | .
IlIlIle. Thin low ,\ spiral bevel gear ,drive Proctor.Mr. MIII II /" I e..rl..nll"n. II. A.Vt>i-ltH. ilolnitHllll'HH ,
.!' peed In ratio to the The nx- dIpIL' ::;it ,"' its TlllttlHHIi, TlirlltUlt, 'lllitiiuuty .
features. IPPERS IN
';'wer Is Illustrative of ( of the weight Ancel Norman spent Sunday, OWN 82%; Of TRUCKS ; I I :I '... I r,.iiliiMiilur. N'liviil, I Hion-if.

", carry nono In Jacksonville. I ,:'iniMiny. :,...'n.. :coi'iMiriitloii.: !:I ...': __ I HamiltonHII .'_. .
efflcleifcy of the wheels riinniiiK: on .... ... ... .." .....,..." .. ,---"r-,
:t'.lIol ( ;!. '111'. t the The many friends of Mr. Yates COMMON CARRIERS, ONLY 7% I : :. === = .._.._. | | i "IHI,>''H..I| of f *. i I';. Huipvr m niid
:...i. means longer/: life i: bearings on the housings.. won- grieved, learn of his .. im.whIch ." |I''I., ,.,'t I Iiivi'tni, ">ni I i'iiiniMiiiy' a crHi 3
.iittne/: speed, InsurIng, developed springs/: of the I t ;JiTTx I I'IM'KNTSMark : r |li'l 'lull, all* .flilllltM. | out Ull-
\ occurred at his ln .
> !=.J OUS.r.s il'. -.1 Hlii-cltil. MIIH"'r" will nell
j! )i engIne/: parts he ] semi-elliptic type' und Jacksonville last Sunday. The renmlii Total 100'7.. I ; every itrsive( wllh u I ,I.. Hi-, lilKlii'M, M'lili-r. for enuli ilnrIIIK i..'..
( speed In. also a bHorbers prevent -..- ,, ,- '. I tli,. I m. Mnl h..t ..nl..n Mint I *
: bock-o were brought to Ktnrke lrLLclcs ...,to.-. .....\ .:-m. ., "' t ;MimnnuMit. I sun a :salesman : .1..\ t tin- .1, II il.iv. oT J I', .i-i-inlier.. A. 1 *.
In lessenIng amid down movement ;&:t'--ji' t.'J :: "' .f ... t ,, .
tin up < Monday until( laid to rest In the :; m 1" ::7. 'In limit nf 'llu. :South, ilour ofI
lfl U.semnrercl .
: : IM K 7-K IncheH ,' sIde swny. I for tin- :National: I I I I... "',", I I h,,,",-i. in It,'". I I'liy of :sinrlc.. .
llliie pond, cemetery.Mr. .. ,1 m I''iintv. KlulK 'nf l''li.rl.l.i'
., ( The :' .. steering gear which Wesley Cioodman; .. left Monday : :Marble At ( ; ranhl t' ('4>r- I I ,::Ii::. .II'I'I:: :." l.ti. ,'' ,, ', ,.!, 1' ,,.., Iyiuic;:
a uk-shaft, which IH but shocks, from being trans ., "ut IM-IIIK,, .111,, 'Ili'i count Inti of (Clay:
for Urooksvlllu, where ho Is :) '.!3 : "rati"n.lIantll.I (;ia. .mil,, I li: ...1\.1.\ t,, w 'It::
jilly and dynamically ,( (hack to the hands of I Ih. employed] with I the "Ice Can-wrs 497 18 % I N.n-ih. Iiiu ii' i>t r N'lii-ihwcHt, qunrter, ,
i uonmpany.r Let me show you samples: t s.i mil' .IM, iintirli.r, of :Vm, tiiweftiimiil.r.
I -- N'orlli half, ..r NorthmiHt. ..
_. .. -- ami prices.STIKI : t tt tlIiuI, i..i :Hniiihwi-Hi iimrt| ..f N I'Ih.
-- --- ,
iiNt' 'ifuiii li'i. all In :HiMtloii j7| ;
cthtfractq[ t : COUKTNKY: at N'IH; t .h. wi-Nt 'I 111111",, i.l'" of HuntlnvvHt
r- 304 1/ % < .'Ill.,.,,. "t.'l' 'In ,S.-.1 t Inn ::11..N.r. 3k half of
The !Mcuiierrcncan;; Cradle of Culture and Art
: Carrier FillinK StationStarke .Vi.rl, I liv' CN:| iitnii' 'lir, Nort, ; liwuHt iiiar' *
tt'iof N'fiiln.iiNi, t iiiitrtnr.|. ; In; Hettiiin'i
lla.COFFINS :," South, .. hnlf ,.r .rtoulht-uMt. 'I"'h.r|
Smith' tint' iliult, ,.t t'liimiwvs&
| ".r
.:...,-..-..-,-.-..-.,-..-.-.-.-< I iiin| ,"rlr' KIIHI half of Houl liwimtiiaiti.r
A :'omtllOll risi .., -- -- ----- -- ---- >| or Sniit li, wi'Kl: 'iiiurtir.| of
Carrier 193 (:$J ? omwmmwmmmwm mmmmmwmmmmmm' Hci'tlon. 21:1. :Smit' I, \v'l| ,1 iunriir ofNiilihwiNt
71/&:" :j'p.w"\ECJT; 41 .- 11'. ': :,' : 'iilillli-r| : ,' i I In Hi.i-llnii: 84:
CASKETS N'.tlh hit It. 'Soul lii-iiMt iiiaittr.| rU&Htlililf
!l 'Pt' II" '',' "6 r o ;: & ) ,if Sulll h. 1'I", | '" tcr, ,In Kiti.
''j I Hun, ::' nil I In Towiixlilp. 7 1'1'111.'
.- u m INTLR5Lle'p and a Full Lino of KuiiK'K.iHt: :i I : iinil' lylnv, nnil. hi'lnic,
1 Common. 41 I l'/2 % j tJ ,In, lliuiiri'iil. "I'minlv, ,1 Kl.irl.lji.. AlnoWi.
.. ,. l of .. ,,,irter InHi
; Carrier Undertakers Supplies I :.' I'r' .,: :: ,. anil, .. 'ilHII:1\ ,: : Honlh.iiHl .
...._.. ___.u_____ L ,- iiuiirli-r., of H-'i'lloii, :III. all 'In
I IahINpIr, ill tIOfl oy mowr rites 1M rniuwn ye. ninny tndlvldunl' trnniiMi'latliiii AUTOMOBILE IIBABSHTas Tow nMiiip, ', 7 :0011'' II. 1111""" 2:1: ,Miint: .Iy.
shown clearly to be un unlJ..nll.,1 c'fiiniiiinfDH', mu 'l|,1' rot! ,IIM, d Ir I INK, ami 'hi'lntr I I Iri 3 'Iii( y t '"''III'Y. r'lur
enterprise. of about two million evei, v cmi..,. lio,,i.\ .i-iiiiMolld.iU. I ninnio ; AI..PI.n ..n5The St ...- Ill ii.
4.ni indlvlduuls ,M! K.. IMMCIIYMAN'Sfilnl :
III. tawsitKnlU prl_ Ip..l .5-
surly In tini i -'v..r' I II Inin. M
.- -' uinj. bualneHU concerns. uu dimirv find.. a iii, .. ,, I i-w mnuil i"n.pailliH I," I. t.l..r... ._ 1\1: '/ 111'1'I| K.NIUIITSliirki I I.MtiMti-r I In 1..11..c.ry. "
cording lo eatlmutea. now mudu puli riMiuiin., tli,.. 'liillk of the, I.IIHIIICHH ., I ECIHT1KKU) KMUALMUDEWITT .. I"l.rltiu.14o .
lie by time National Auiomuuil Kniilually, fell Into the li.linK II I I.'. torts, r'r. ""'" ,' I t
Chamber of Commerce, nnd bused of rniniuiruilvolv, few ,stronK' cum C. JONES riVLtl'nl.Ml .4
t4 J upon tralllc sur cy studies by the fIfln,lets I
it I tilted tiute: Uurouu of 1'ubli The IIH" of trucks on the coiiiiin, I STARKE. FLA I .I'M !.]
jl4d5.' him hoert almimt cot,,.I',I"'lv .ionthilled I
!& : only 4K7.UUO or 18 percent of the t.y nhlnpiTK who o" n tln-ii 1.lmlJIJIDtI: : mC'/ltnMmf1)m/ <<.}tlUlIDIJIjDlDU) ( HI I Iii r'lrrult ;:'::, ::;: Twcnl' y-.SIith '
:. tll.UUU& ) motor truck now In use own trucks or porenicl I... irucfcifrvlce I .,,,.111111, 1'1 ii "lIlt. llriuirorU, ....,....ly. ,, -
uro claaalnvd. as commercial currier with a rumiietent IriK-t. - ... 'lnrlihi.. I In I 'humfry.I .
are In the business I 1 Hoi m IIIII |. |
of hauling luc company or IndlvUlnal After l'.> I I .M-'IIMHIII.
hIre vonm of mi'v.-i|,'|IIflptlt. nt' itntrm.. u i.IndiiHtry C..mti'l.uiiitti.. '
'or the J7.00I trnckii' eiiKiixed In wr find ..>.in* 'i JftT 'IMH I Say it with Flowers 1 Vf.
III' |
'haili-y" l-af"on.
liuulliiK for hire 311' 1.0110 or m II I norcent trucks. or H2 ""-1..1. m nf. Hir mm.,, ', ,[ I lii.ft.'iiiliint.
/ of the entire truck rcKiHtriillor nninhfr::' na mmcd l tiv MhiM) | | >i a I Uu I, ,in, I Flowers For All ,It ii tl'm..ut. | lint l.v IIITI.I"vII Rllnrhndlo
In the U'01 ted Sm zit.m.. nru r liiMMiti t.i, ,4 Iua_ Sit li. IV .._,.,!:.... ... .. .:..: I Hi", I 1,111 "la tlilH
I as contract clr.Tr'lck. ,--In' tlili- i ink: ;;at7" ,;it-rr#>nt.:"or I'riMut; :. ;;); ur I I| i: "1.1'|::;|,, ,. !,f I'hatli-y 1 : <:titus AlrKflnHlon Hint thi !:

group lire owned. by Individual! anti In HMO b iris tiH pimit M t ii tli.>' .-nnii'iniwhich Occasions ,utiUnown. tn .""'.1.1I11I1'Thnl j th,..rI .
concerns a ho make one or covers I hold 1 out to the nuhiu-, : ..,-i', I I"rnl I- t mi, ,iH-rhon. .In tlio. Must of Klorldt.
'\ I utotl lute contracts' to haul i Kooil bo.u. ,iriicMna.. ,, norvlre1'herv I 1..inxvn. t 1,1 il-f i-iidint, Hnrvlcn, of pi'om's *
HI whom would hind tlio nil 111
I uen siN-cHled Dolnts at oreileter were 27H 'niMI, ,SW PIll. ut tw Gertrude ttodbey I il-fi'ndatit. In thlH, Hiilt I"'r.llv..ie*.
t mlnud rapes 01 ninro truck, In tit* I'rill"I :st.i'i-r I IT l.-l TIII'MtKI-'DIII': :' : I'llMKKISD
(: y Hume! I Ilinnuu!I ) trucks or 1 percent. on Inniiiirv I. I97 Tin- N"t m', Anderson that ml,.. Mild' I'haih-v. McKaHHloniln ,
or the nations reKlitrutlon' are llnlil. AiitnrnoMlo' Chnmtier of, 'n.e ti',, iipin.ir' t to mitt' Illll '
I oi common, carriers. Tbctttt truck 'ntlmnli-s::: Hint this:: .. t1t' nf; tt'.iu ,; | I ;In;, thin. ':'iin, ,-. :al' :Hl.irki'::I'I'\I'I.: :::\: ;:: onup
; / are owned nnil operati-il liy nlmiiHt' \ 10"ra owni-d nhfhllv, ices Hi. ii'> l hi fore,, M..inlay I I -' ,nlirr Mh, A.
-. I 100.001) i IiidlvMiinl I anil. coniimnlui.to I ,tmn,' ,nnn' truck' Thin. ,lf>av>.. rn-. I'liono 39 Waldo F'lme.. I ml. I ''.'7. iillii-rwiMii. ;tin, ; Nuld: bill b*
I. I haul '....001. for Ihe eenxr'il I politic 'than I ITtllMin/ ) ow,,,.., of one irin-l, 'In mutt", IIM inf"MM, fl t.v vonIT 4,4
J. I IM "I'TKTIIKH! : OCIlKlinn: :' that
f.i>ss than half of tHf-ni nre unpil, over ind. .indlcnins' thin t I than 2 ..* mor thIs noil--, I pnidlKlK-il i.ni-i.,. week
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.. ... I' indtvlilii.-iln or 'lni lni-< CI.IH i mtrepn j I for four ii.nHnt Ivw. w-idH, In IIradI S
.... : and at r.>..nlnrlv PH"Ihll"'II'.1' l ", ,"n...." In truck. tninKiiorinn I I.,.inl -- I f>..rd I '.,si "Iv, 'Ti-h-Kfauli' puhllnhr-d
: ;Jf.i .::-! J. I tnrirfa.Ahout 'test to the exlr.rir of ,mnlrm < !, lIt Slunk.'lorl.li.| .
.. .j. 1i ''''' ; 41.000.) or I I'i |'ii-nint of the "- or more .truck. \VIT.NKSH: my hiind anti tha steal nf
i ,-If.. 'jl' I I millonal truck registration nra cluitllle Whether triicklnir., civu, ..* hrnnxiMirtnflon mlii',. i-olirt Hit" I IIIe lit day vt No-
< : I
J nO' vt-riihiT, i'.. I' ir>27.
.... I <1 as Interstate common carrlot t coiriimnlr, w 'ill.I I -, I IIV.I \T.ni7nWAN:
H. .}/t i J'Jt1 I triiclis, ho ;di-vrloued. "to a pulnl;;:, .st! :tli I' 'li-n: I Next time you I I'h-rk.. riri-nlt" Court.
Tninsportatlon by motor truck In ,
I" ;. 't<. ulflrlnnt lo I indiir* lilnn-tdnn Ity {'. A. i KNKiHT.: "
...... ..."" '. ..V I the United RIM.'... exintln ni n their nwn frlirku 'In (its rri\"f, .i- I buy calomel ask I I IMMAI.' : ) l >i-i"ity Clark.:
'local distribution eystern unparalleled a |irnldm' of keen InlereHt' to ,11 n.>* I | \. H. rttKWH.:
0 1 ;) In history over more than Hirtfitlon ei'onoriil-lfl, Thi, i .iilupularlty :ll-ltnr. for Coiiinliilnunt' I ,
Ji- J.duo.000 miles of hhchw,, .. thus of m Hie I, I Iro, ,'" tin. lo'.',,, oJ l ,. for lt-.-5t-13-J
..di.Ter: materially from other trnnnportatlon araHv lo Its flpxtMlitv nnd, "i p, I
The world ol ludnj won lu radio. port of cull.. 18 aay in Palestine ana clvili/aiiou does. not yet .. I II Imluntrlen. In mba early I dvantnirAs. which'ii'' i ) t 1 MiutiI'll: .IsIt'IsIt: i 4 AI'In
lvislou. telephoned ptioiogTspbsur Egypt-a liberal. education I centuries the Sphlni! nao I .days. of ennui. river, 'inks nnd nrrnnMne trot| nf the trnn't. n ,." ."' ,, I < 111:111: rout
10\0 and uodemeas navigation' tower.li Dotold tbnuianda are comparing I covered by sand Rerei.n. .. iiteatn rnltrnnrt n"1 1 ..l ntrt.,. "..n..h P ,,,"no", n ...
skyscrsp, and other wonders tbe proirreaa ol the west with the ancient tlons bav shown wham, in,,,-, I Notion In. hereby gIven that All
k;7 auaisrou to mention prides iteU civilization of the Modlterrao- I, like but the riddle of tt.. ", lotabs rrpiJitorNKiit, | ..,'.. and
naturally upon It* progress. out can The Emnreat lo her calls runa'tbe '' ," unsolved Cairo, save r .". all other |,,'rH"". havlnir claimsiugzulnst

I ths Mediterranean. with It* en't/oo whole Rsmut of tbe Mediterranean mat itmediaevaljuarier ,,- I : 'i. ..1 .the..id.I'Xnto t.: .11"- 'nf > .John hy rqulrfidto U. Col

wu. Uu ciadle of art. utersrurs. from Madeira. Spain. Gibraltar Aladdin and the Arabian Mm, ". We can chorge your Q [''-''H''lIt, t their xtild (f'lnlm to the

dram architecture astronomy, acteotiflo and Algiers. Naples. Pompeii. ven.tc..j main*-baa modern hotel and tpuclou Y YES HRS llonoraHo floo. A. (imirllimer.: roimtv -
aDd eocninarclai dev.l pm.ote I Athena. Constantinople. boulevards\ Day. spent. in Citiro I I 0 hidKe nf Ilrudmrd "itiintv.: KlorIdit. -

'knd'UM Christian religion moae' and Bethlehem back through Egypt are days remembered People ol STORAGE BATTERY in I VHIIP' for from huts
via> !..*. taken a cruise to tba UsdiSZTaDISfl wltb Cairo tbe Pyramids and tbeBpbim. sTir, station and nationality are lo t tlet! will Im held I In luir' thereto.and .
>> on Cbs s-mpreas of Scotland La Turb.... Nice and Moat tbe crowda: their garments of varied till nerHonn iiiI.'tst'sI' to HamI'Xiito '
Tork Peb .. the The thoroughly purified / : are r"'Oii"Mllo| I 1111" tnetrsziII
whlrb leaves New again Carlo and other attraction on the colore add -n plcturenqua settings I ilfhtH forfhwlth, to the un-
1038.: MO lbs: art of areee. Italy and &Itinerary nf tirtmlmuunlnl"rs4. moqiie'. and the and refined calomel combined tlerHliriifMl' AtlnilnlMtra'or a
Kgypt. and the "glorj mat WM Oreoe rbe Meditert- nenn .fir- .*. tr "./...... with 'heif nri ,infiii: waraai Smith's 'i'ltii i uth day .,t ia'ttb.r. .A_ D.
with .iatant and ,
04 Hjai gramMiu na' wus Roioax'.aa. tractions that tlirre I in space out foi '| i"re a deiiitoi inat ...' ._ ."IUIII Garage t:Irkej a 1927. S

.. watt MV tb. Holy Land cradle olrnrJtimr'T O.-IIyl'1.: lle Uphlui and the Pyr- I' Odd' have M...".I.. "Sblp ..uIsr. corrective *vfentvNausea L.U.A.U COLJ3ON(-OLSON sad

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your whole life through. :N..NNO...NNN.ON. with her sons A. I., and Cleveland Denmark Misses Jeanette and Do you want to dance?" 1

Bradford County Telegraph o -Phil Armstrong In T,-ULAWTEY HAMPTON Sullivan of Theressa. Gladys Carter and Mr. Owen Car- "No, we wanta aleep"-Whare I

-o : : :Mrs J. N. Dowllng of Starke, ter attended the cane grinding Jakob.
ESTABLISHED IN 1879 :..... ... ....... Minn Ada Nlmmo. Cor.Hampton was the guest of her mother !Mrs. \Monday evening at Mr. Dalton .-

: \ S.NNN.NNON...ON.. Sullie Saxon this week. Carter's.Mr. "What happened" to Hooligan?"
: Rev. and Mrs Taylor were Hl of Plant "'He drowned.
Bryant yie
Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class i Mm. 1':. K. llurnrr. Cor Dec. 2.-!Mrs. C. P. '': ibad(.'hiiwlm1a '
I. guests of \Mrs. Taylor's parents wall visiting hilt tlster, Mrs. J. M? ;
a Matter at the Post Office at Starke Florida .... ..... ......... ... Suimer and daughter. Miss Clara \Mr. and \Mrs. Orlllls/ of Starke.Mr. Norman last week. 1..EJ.'di&':: :'for\ elght\h6u.....( He

M K. S. Matthews______________________Owner and PublisherJ. I. Lawtey Dee.. 2.-Rev. J. V. May guests of of Valdosta Mrs. Sasser's, Ga..father are the P. and \Mrs. Wilson O. Bennett Mr. Carl Rosier and sister, Miss was a union man.S"-Bindery Talk.
I entertained their friend T. In Starke
Ruby were shopping
Cl'Koblnson:: _________...__-________...Managing Editor' Robinson and Mrs.Beatrice Elite Miner accompnnled H. Hunt.W. J. McLaughlin: of Winter Haven, Saturday afternoon Winter Garden-Six-inch auxiliary
... by Miner and pipe line to be laid from Second
'I B. Alexander and family i \I'
last Monday. \Mr. McLaughlin is i i
Ruth Howe attended the ,Fair al street to
were guests of Mr. Alexander'sbrother signal malntalner for the Seaboard "Tloase, ma'am, may we borrow' I property of Winter
SUBSCRIPTION RAZE I Jacksonville ,Friday. Lynn Alexander, of Wal Air Line Railroad Company.WOODLAWN your phonograph?" Garden Citrus Exchange packing
Bob Moore spent Sunday with do. "What, at thla time of night! house.Boys' .

Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c.-Payable in Advance his parents. !Mr. and !Mrs. J. II, Mrs. ...............w....... I
Moore.Mr n.I.! Favor and daughter ; I
Advertising Hates on Application IIIHsIary! Blanche of Lake Gen- ,sasasasasa a tnsaspsa sa sasasasasaosasa casaosns saosd
and Mrs. C. Y. Mayo and : { I
two children of Tampa spent eVil were the /guests of !Mrs. Fa- I ,

Start thinking of your Christmas shopping. Thanksgiving with Mrs. Mayo' ver's parents !Mr. and !Mrs\ O. ........................ i
Haynes, and Miss Ail.i. Nimmo
o IllIrf'ntK.Ir! and Mrs. J. II. Moore this week. Woodlawn, Dec. 2.-!Mr. and
Mrs. a. W. Brown of Tampa, I
\Mrs Walter Wilkinson
Which is Florida's most beautiful lake?-Times-Union. Is her Misses Gertruda Wynn Edith of Plant .
visiting daughter Mrs. J.
City are guests of !Mrs. Wil
!May Jones and M. C. Sweeney, .
T. \Moore.
Kingsley:: of course. kinson's
parents, and !Mrs.S. .
attended the State Fair at Jack
\Mrs. of
Wiggins Jacksonville II. Thompson

Pouring concrete on Starke's u new street paving program Is visiting her mother, Mrs. Low- sonville.Mrs. Thomas on Thanksgiving and children day.Herbert E. Lewis, of the Rising section,

has started. __......._-_ ._:.lid_ ry.Among those from Lawtey who I o have and been Lorene visiting of Valdosta!Mrs. Thomas'Ca.! was\Mr.a visitor and Mrs here S.Saturday.Denmark or School
attended the fair Jacksonville I
at Jacksonville, .
0' were visiting relatives
Mr. and Mrs. O. .
Most noticeable thing at the state fair was the absence of Thursday were: it. it. Thede and I Mrs. II. D. May Mrs. II. A here last week. w
family: Miss Pearl Grins, G. WRoberts 1
D. L. Phillips and daughter,
Delk and \Miss Aide
exhibit from Bradford county. Nlmmo were
an and family W. I'; Torode Mlsa
Debbie ware visitors to the
--O-- I and family, I';. E.: Burney and family visiting In Starke last Sunday State Farm Thursday SHOES, ;

Mrs. Fred Moore !Mr. and Mrs Miss Caroline Delk spent the Melvin Kite'
Bus wrecks are getting to be too common an occurrence. ,
week-end with Miss Blanche All-
J. II. !Moore and Mr. and Mrs. was visiting friends here
The vehicles the worst offenders against the speed good of Starke. Saturday 1
heavy are W. II. Edward !Mr. and \Mrs. Entaanel of Jacksonville -
limit the today. Pete Durney, while out hunting Mrs. Paul l Montgomery and son %
on highways are the guest DrII'! Enlsanel's $3.95 :
Johnny and !Mrs. Charles Carver
last had misfortune
o Wednesday, the father D. B. Browning.Mr. .
and Billy all of Jacksonville
of stumbling (across a log son and Mrs. J. S. Norman !Mr
for of 10 cent are the guests of their cousin !Mrs.\ 161
Georgian paid $1,250 a pair spectacles and the gun firing, shooting ort and \Mrs. Roy Denmark were visItors

And likely he was satisfied:: with his trade until told he had one of his ftlll l.'ra. lie was brought J. F. Johnson. to Keystone' Heights SuturI -
to town and curried to Starke Mrs. \M. J. Prevail. Miss Edith day.
been cheated.
where It was necessary to finish May Jones Mrs. C. L, \May Mrs. I The maker of
]rev. and !Mrs. D. L. Phillip oufl) Boys' Shoes must be the
and Mrs. A. C. Den-
the finger off at the
and daughter, Miss Debbie, attended father of a dozen sturdy because
hand. He In doing nicely. nison were shopping in Starke youngsters no
Carlton is the only candidate for Governor who is offering services at Rising church Sun-
W. C. Woolen, A.I.! Lewis this week shoeman ever put more real wearing qualitiesin
constructive platform.-Tampa Tribune. Take
a your Harold Pierce and Ed Durbin at- !Mrs. D. W. Johnson and children day.James Parmenter, who has been a shoe-the seams of which will resist the
choice, gentlemen : platforms:" pulpits, or highways.New tended tho fight in Jacksonvillelast have recently been the guestsof
III for the few
past months diedat wildest strain. Soles of oak tops of best calf
o Friday night. !Mrs.\ Johnson's father, Dan his home here
Sunday. Nov.
Miss ,Florrle and !Mrs. E. skin in black tan and with all
Terry Johnson last that
of Starke. ; or a
York writer tried to write a book upon the subject, 26. \Mr. Parmenter has been a
E. Burney visited friends in Starke !Mr.\ C. T. Lawhorne visited his foot
life-long citizen of guarantees comfort. Shod tht this
our community boy
"What Men Know About Women) Three paragraphs was his Friday.
mother at Monk, Ga.. last Satur- and it Is with regret his
many week.Complete
limit.-Times-Union. What. did he talk about in the last two !Mr. and, Mrs. Enoch Grime and day and Sunday. friends will learn of his death. .
daughter, left Friday for Tampa Mrs. D. W. Swindle was calledto
paragraphs? where they will visit A. A. and Al- the bedside of her father, at He leaves to mourn his death

o fonzo Grime their two sons. Mayo this week. his wife and several children. file
body was laid to rest In the Outfits for Boys
\Mr. and Mrs. L. II. Hill expect Dyal
They wanted to start a paper at the Raiford prison farm, S. R. Johns and family, of cemetery at Raiford \
to move in their new home Starke, and B. J. Johns and famIly Monday. ,
but there are no newspaper men stopping over in thta town.- this week. have recently returned froma !Miss Loubedla Plnholster spent

Times-Union. Some are born lucky, Avery, or they change Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Wells and hunting trip and report a pleas the Broker.week. end at her home In This store carries a complete line of Cloth-

their profession after arrival at Raiford. Try to convincethe daughter Martha have returned ant trip. Carl Rosier and sister Mis for Ties Hats
home from Brunswick. Mr. and Mrs. Nobles of Melrose ing boys, Caps, Suits, Shirts for
public that jail is not the place for every newspaper man. Mr. and !Mrs.! K. E. Burney and were the guests of Mr. and Ruby were shopping In Stake: School and Dress Wear. Your every need can t

Mrs. II. R. Sapp were shopping In Mrs. B. Johns last Sunday.Mr. Saturday.
be filled and
Woodlawn Dec. 2.-Mr. And( at a saving-because we sell for
Jacksonville Monday.
and Mrs. Jasper Jones and
Mrs. O. J. Pllliphs and children or cash and allow an additional discount of 5
children Winifred and Jasper. Jr., percent -
Lawtey, attended School!
I PENS !Mrs. J. (J. (;xlwln IIOMh'HM to W. of Crescent City wer the guests of here Sunday afternoon.Sunday .
I FROM Vtrs. JonAV sister, Mrs. Russell
!M. V. Rev. D. L. Phillips was visiting

The W. M. U. met at the homeof Dyal.Mrs. over at Rising Saturday: and Sun- 1
M. E. Manalre Is spending
While he J. M. ALVAREZ
the J. O. Godwin at the State day. over .there preached
J--! ---- 1 1I
this week, with her daughter, Mrs.
Farm Tuesday afternoon Nov. 29. : Saturday night and Sunday.
Every town has its Main street I I For shipping the same automobile An Interesting Jewish program !Nona' Jones of !Marion county. !Mrs. L. R. Denmark and sister,

-alxo) Its Main Squeak.- Tlmes- | from Chicago to Los Angeles was rendered. A solo was sung Mr. Herbert Durden accompanIed Miss Gladys Norman was shop Outfitters for Men and Boys 1

Unlou. Not to mention its Main I a distance of 2264 miles the railroads by Elna Arwood and a special with his friend Eugene Henry, ping In Starke Tuesday afternoon

Sheik. Clermont l'reHH. And Its make a charge of $260 and song by Mesdames Godwin and W. spent Thanksgiving with Heriert'8 Mr. and !Mrs. Earl Carter of
Main Freak.Tampa Tribune. deliver the motor car In 10 doys. F. Moore. The following mem- parents, Lawtey attended the cane grindingat ,
--0- Those are actual figures and they bers and friends were present: burden. his father's, !Mr. Dalton Carte i
Caldwell and mother MARX SUITS SUITS
Mrs. J, C. -
,Florida's prison population Is Increasing prlvlde Floridians something to llesdnmes\ O i, A. Anderson W F. !Monday night
so that there Is no place think about The Interstate Commerce Moore Rowe It. B. Arwood J. L. !Mrs. (1. ,V. Knight", have returned !Mrs. O. J. Phillips and children

to take care of them all. Not Commission Is the body of larrell, Sullie Reddish T. J. Terry to their home here after a short and !Miss Debbie Phillips attendedthe

such unwelcome news aa It might: last resort on freight rates. The Wise, Elna Arwood and Florrle IIIAV In !Macon Ga. show at Starke Saturday eve Ssasa sa S7saSaSa

seem; it shows that the bad eggs chambers of commerce of this Terry from Lawtey; and !Mesdames Mrs. O ,iL. Houser was the nlng. ., ,,,,, ,. ,
guest of Mrs. !Milton Black of ,'iiiiuiiiiiiiiutiuiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiii>' >i>iii are being put whore they belong.OKI .- state should lake up with this Albert Thomas W. E.: Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Norman !Mr
In Star body the matter of rate discrimination Brown, R. II. Cox from the farm. Green Cove Springs this week. and !Mrs. L. R. Denmark were visItors i HAROLD; C. WALLINSURANCE i.
at the
Clarke will
Rev. preach
-0- I In favor of California as During I the social hour the IIOH- to Keystone Heights Satur-
) Lakeland went Plant City second against our own state.-Miami less served delicious refreshments Methodist church next Sunday day afternoon. .

-, ; with tho first .tttrnwuerrlpx" of Bench l'RCOII. ; insisting of salad\ crackers, lemon morning, and evening.Mr. Miss Gladys and !Mertlce Norman :
and Mrs. A. C. Durden of
ft he HeuHon. But never mind. Lakeland -oAn -- cake and hot ihocolate.STARKE Eva Durban, !Messers. Owen .

will have shortcake for Ocala citizen who frequently Tampa, spent Thanksgiving with and Oscar Carter and Leamon ST.\JUE, FI.onru.It''II".nl. .\ '

Thanksgiving, Slurko and Lawteywill makes trips by auto to Jacksonville his mother ',!Mrs. T. J. Durden. Norman attended the show at
Sullivan has return- .. the Best Lending Insurance' )
Mrs, J. Pr Companies i
enjoy Christmas shortcake Starke Saturday evening.
our attention to the
with plenty of strawberries and need for signs at several places on [ ] edjto< her home here, after a visit !Mrs. C. L. Carter, Mrs. Dave I FIRE ACCIDENT, LIFE, AUTOMOBILE, BOND, LIABILITY '.

crenm.,: the highway south of the state TEN YKAUS AfJOHollls ADJCSTMES'TS: M.U)E: l>nOIPTLY"II""I""m""I""I""n""I"ml"1I' i

----0- metropolis that would be much appreciated a
We owe Starke an apology. It by southbound travelers "" "" "', "' "''''''''', ',mom', ,nmunnnmI.inoiseuimnmmonoamonmeinimunnmiminmwuf4
wan stated that that city would and prove of benefit to Ocala. For Knight spent the week. I I ,,
have Kt raw berries by Chrl lmall. Instance, he says at Baldwin. 18 end with lila friend J. E. Mainea, Change In Policy --------- -----------1 '

Starke has produced Its first miles out of Jacksonville there lal Jr.. at Lake Butler. I .
strawberries for this season and 1 an abrupt turn to the left but no Mrs. J. W. Killian of Waynes-

had plenty for Thanksgiving. The sign to Indicate which road lends vllle, N C., Is a visitor at the II

Benson In a few weeks early In that to Ocala. Then again at Starkeare home of her parents. !Mr. and Mra. I ,

suction this year.-Times-Union. two I turns with no signs directing J. M. Truby. !Mrs Kllllan's Starke ; Register

-0It the traveler to Ocala friends are delighted to have her MotorI

wouldn't be so dlfllcult for the though Gainesville and other with them again this winter. ;

machinery of to cities have their Wllrlam M. Wainwright
justice ( crush names on the Sergeant i I
crime If lawyers would cease sign boards with mileage from returned to Annlston, Ala., ,

throwing monkey wrenched in the Starke. Even at the Waldo, turn last Friday afternoon after pleas Co. I

cog wheels. Gainesville Sun. only one familiar with the road ant visit with his parents, !Mr.\ and II

That's right. The lawyer takes up can locate the small Ocala sign Mis.' N. D. Wainwright. I

the wrench when he makes the at the turning point, Hundreds !Mr. and !Mrs.\ F. F. Stump and I .15

laws and throws It when he tries of Ocala people travel this road children were visitors to Lawtey, I II I II I, .

the canes.-Ocalu Star. to Jacksonville each week. It Sunday.Mr. .

-0- should not cost over a few dollars L. II. 11111, the well-km own
Jlggs, over at Tarpon to have signs placed at these turn-; eal estate agent of Luwtey was

asks. "After we have HI sprlllKH'1 I Ing points. Almost any loyal citizen attending to business In Starke Our garage service and repair department : Five Hundred Dollars
these millions to pave would post them If some one 'in'tidny. :;.
will Had more curs ," furnished the signs. Those signs will
Mrs. A. Z. Adklns and children hereafter be in ;
dark on the unpaved ones. Have should Who will that chargeof What
go up. will do with ;
r.t.1 rued homo yesterday, after avlllil you it-You haven't got
we paved the wrong ones? No they do- -Ocala Star
In Gainesville with !Mrs.\ M.\ Mr. Frd Sapp an experienced it Well
because according to the best authorities me- you say. you could have had it-if ,
,E. Edwards and !Mrs. J. C. Ad-
those who are In the :.Nil111IV 1M| Friendly ilns.. chanic, familiar with all makes of you had started only a short time ago-to de-
curs are on the road to
Nature Is friendly-her every Prank Lane, who has been posit regularly every week-or month
Hell.IJiilf; Scream Column Tampa every ,
mood, pending the past ten days In the I cars. This will be operated entirely a part of your earnings. .
Trlhlllll'0 Reflects It from the meadow and city with relatives left Sunday I :

hill and wood. night for Camp Wheeler !Macon seperate from the Buick sales depart- i A dollar here-a dollar '
The drug stores of the Palm ; there-tossed off for
Ua., being attached to the Quarernuister's -
Beaches have a legitimate squawk. The trees to beckon a welcome i I this or that needless
The filling stations are stealing sweet, Corps. I I mnt, and all work will be done on a luxury or pleasure-
,Friends of Private Abner Johns seems so little-but in the
their stuff. You can get a sandwich And the goldenrod nods as If you aggregate they soon '.
will be glad to know that he Is strictly cash basis.
a soft drink candles or may- to greet. up to a sizeable sum.
very much Improved after a rather "
be a lawn mower at many of the .
The zephyr's sigh or the glad serious Illness at Camp Wheeler. r i
filling stations now.-Lake Hos- Many big and successful business ventures If
kinK In the Tropical Sun. From brook's night Mr. Sapp will also have
I have been
charge of started
Seem ailing to play as they hurry Misses Kate and Marie Living on a sum less than $500. If 1''
what we hear, them ain't all you
get at some of 'em. -Palm Beach by. ston spend came Sunday over from with Gainesville relatives to In I I servicing the Buick cars sold by this II I II you had $500 today-you could be keeping eyes

Independent. The soft clouds gambling across Starke. I open for opportunities to make a safe invest- .

When one-paper-starts slinging the blue Sinclair Peek l III now making agency. In our accessory department : ment-and have that money working for you. '
Of the sky are pillow fights meant his home In the Week's cottage
mud at another. It's a pretty sate we have only the best tires I )
bet that the mud-sllnger l.. los for you. corner of Call and Cherry streets. tubes and II Or-you could ask us to assist you by offering \ .

ing out. Wise editors have long I The leaves that skurry along the itor Lieut.to Lawtey II. C. Richard Tuesday.lion. .was avls- equipment of all kinds. Replacementsof I suggestions of ways to increase your sav-
glace discarded that practice.
wayExpect ings-then
A. 8. Crews was In Talla- soon-it would be $1,000.
Wauchula Advocate. And the you to chase after them hassee Tuesday on legal business standard parts always at lowest
ama applies to pollcltal candl- and play.Tbera' .
and while there called In the State You will
surprised at the
stew Bradford County Telegraph. cost. Give trial.REGISTER
us a many ways we
Right are brother there la a .. not a note that's harsh or Highway Commission on behalf of
you ;
certain candidate that originally rude the board of county commissioner I can serve you if you make this bank your

hailed from Wauchula It he Is not Every woodland sound will suit of Bradford county to request that II I bank.
.. engineer be sent here to
your mood. an confer I
slinging mud what he la throwing
with the board in the matterof
looks like It. St. Tri
So why should you hurry and road Improvement.
bune. spend your life I MOTOR CO. BRADFORD COUNTY BANK
--p-' be'abstratt'
In the money-mad town with Its "What Is the difference -
.. .fI'For' shipping a BOOO-pound automobile tear and strife. tween and 'concrete?, I'I ..

from Chicago to Miami, "Well, when my wife promises I Starke Buick Cars Florida Bradford County's Financial Stronghold
distance of 1133 miles the railroads When the callingyou
a big outdoors Is to make a cake that's 'abstract.;

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