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

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I BRADFORD ,COUNTYSCHOOLS Hampton Ships PETITIONS FOR !|''STREET SIGNS COUNTY AGENTIS I Street Paving t !I'. I.


L[ STANDARDIZED I Car Of Oranges / LATERAL ROADS TO BE UNIFORM / EMPLOYED Starts Monday j


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A. A. Duiden of Hampton, was I The Bonn! of Bond Trustees( of 'l lio city rouiiill nf Starke met Tho !Hoard of County Comiiilssloneis With (the in'rival of ( lie lingo'lonerelo ::11}

StarlLto and HriMikcr In I.Nt MCM- MO I OK DRIMHT.MKNT i In Starke Wednesday and while In Hi ml ford (County. Florida met December I December 6. III regular "onslonwllll I of I Bradford rounty.i FlorIdn 1' mixer! (this week I the con- }.
: t lug ltciilrc..>inciil Announcccllly is HKUI.'on TIG I' lith I 1 In regular session with I I t the t AdlowliiK. I ,.
| the Telegraph/ otllce\ for a few minutes ; I1Il'lII tors pics- mot I In regular session Monday trnclors. Morrs. Dean & Yarbor- '

', [ SiiKror III...."... MIMW .AM SKHMCi: told of I tlio rolling of a solid I the folonlng i members piesent : t'lit : C. V. I llooM'r chairman( (1 I. I Km'ember Rlli I with I I all 1 members oingli./ I ii fur mod members, of tho ,

.- I ear of oranges from I Hampton 10. S. Matthews( i'luz/*iriuan. A. A. \V. Aldeiman 1 I.. A. I lit vis. und present. n.. follows: Louis I If 1. I Hill I I council I I Tuesday I that iutii.il( I work S .

A total of 104 high schools of'Iortda Allen I .\ii flOIIIIl'I'R Unit IM> .\gcnclcs Tuesday. The grove ]located between Duiden, W. .;. Toiodo. .1. H 1. Hitch: W. L. "'1111. minutt-B of ho last liiilrnmn, J. (I. Clews, J. L. IJii. on poArlng) I I the concrelo would i, bo

: met all requirements for have Heeii Srt "I') In 1(7 I Hampton and HamptonlU'ucli minutes of I lie lust. IIIl'etinKl're 1Ih'E>tlnl/I /: weie rend and IIl1l1roA \'",\' I doihtll. (1V.. HIiiHuii and L Utinlnoy started( Monday All si reels Included '

.'tandardlzutlon up to December CciuntUH.Tallahassee [ is the property. of H. DNoliin rend and nppioved. petition I wart presented( nxkInm I ] In the now program havo

1, and have been placed upon the of Mucon. (ia. and the cur The committee requesting I the I t, tho council to ]pass an uut'ti Iti- :Minutes of last inoi'tiiiii road had (tbe 1'.lIIlIhfrlllllll( I g completed '

standard list by the State Department Dec. 1.-Reorganisation -I of fruitns consigned. to him. II III road from Houd S near the P. KCanova once to prohibit the iiiniiliiK ut iiiul approved and finishing crows will go ahead S,

of Public Instruction. 1H.. of the tag agencies of :II,Diirden stated I that the shipment farm, to state! road 13 lirK of any foyls, on tho HI reels ;.NotliIV; Public bond of HllWllon of tho machine to round up Ihe '

Hlnson. state supervisor of high the state motor vehicle depart Was made of ns fine oranges nonr Wnteroak requested (the of Slarke. Thin nil mo was 1111>110/ .1. I Davis presented I. and appiovod.Ilond guide

chols., announced. ment Is now complete. and the seen by him am where. board to muko the locution of the bn. ..0 tisi ulu'rm'ti at nil ndjourneiinectlnK of A. I II I llm'Icy. an J untie Tho street work ]hero will' not

\ Fifty-eight schools sent In reports work of distribution of the 1928 Before the freeze, thirty odd( road lint they mlghl/: secnio I lie 'to bo held Dei'ember 20thMr '' 'o of Pouco. I Dlstrlcl No. 1. Luwr- be delayed on account of a suit

which did not meet the requirements motor vehicle licenses Is expected years ago Bradford county was almost right of wny. and do some ( : 11. M Inmiin req t'stu'ul the I toy wan pioHonted' a'nil approvedItcpoits pending I before tha Hiipiemo court

and the State Board of to proceed shortly In systematic In the center of what was (Ing on same without 'll.III'-1 ,counoll" to I extend to pavement oil ; of County Judge I Inspector lo test list legality of assessing I tin

,Education, at a meeting here declared order W. F. Allen commissionerof then known us the citrus( belt of I the county ,I'liuixli( si meet to a width of I won- of Jail! and Inspector of entlro pllvhll118110) against abutting

to allow those institutions. \ the department announced Morlda, and growers were to bu A road was also reqnested from I'I ly-Hlx feet In front of his prop- Maiks! and !llninds received( mid i property owners. It wax said

,which had not qualified for the In announcing the complete list found tn every dliecllon Following hood !11 to the 1.llwtE'Y cemetery. .i>ity The 1 req host was Krunted ordcied flled. Tuesday' Tho bonds) sold to pay

'standard list by December 1 until of the agencies numbering 90 the disastrous raid wave The cnglneeilng cleputtment WII>4// It wan ordered" I that u uniform Kxchango: ; C'luli rommlttoo t runttiiK tho costs of such' paving aro now

pecembcr 31 to meet the require agents iu the 67 counties, Mr. Allen ] growing/ of oranges/: was abandoned Instructed to make location uI l/o! he "RlaI>IIKIII'.1 for all Hlicns tn itist. I of J. I.. Friizoo unit others) I being printed and] will bo delivered

ments. called attention to a few Important here new groves being planted I these that I thu bonrd.] might fclve I liu: placed on the Btreels The size uskod,. the I board to I consider pie- lo 1 Iho purchasers January 1st. I J

The final list of approved schools policies adopted by the department to the south Lust winter, when sumo further consideration I I A I o be :t I :3-1 i liuboH bv 2U Inchon.Ml )paring a permanent fiirni exhibit .

:' will be announced January 1. the groves through some sections. petition I( wax filed] leqnostlng I a road \ HlftnH to bn of I that siz! (' ando lit BOIIIO pliua 111 Lawtoy Sluikci. I ........................
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198. Mr. Hlnson said. Owners of motor vehicles the of south Florida were damaged/ by fromioael 5 near the Rising t bu. erei.ted under I Iho aUI' 'rvls- and I Hampton I [ for l'III.I"'KO..f' ad- .

The requirements which the commissioner. said are urged to the extreme cold the few grovesIn chinch lo Intersect with roud 4 I Inenr on of thu. St root lomnilttuo I The vot't Using fut t.tii pioilucts of liriid- : LAWTEYllurnrr.

S high schools of the etate must meet imtronlze their local agencies. In this section escaped unliuilMr Mrs Kerseys farm. Engineering : e','link was inst mitch oil to notify I i niltaillox ford iniinly Sumo was taken] under : Mr.. 111. tt. Cor i

4before being standardized Include their respective localities, Instead Durden Is convinced that I the department ordered, to 'I'' liiivliig sighs In Statku at advisement nml] recommend, ..................tO..... I

the following more ImpoitantBtandardx of sending In their applications to glowing of oranges can bo re'-es- make preliminary survey of I tho 'neKeiit." (Hint they( must. ho brought I tons will bu made' at uuxt: regular

I : the department" here. tiibllHhed In this section on a scale] .mine To be considered with I/I ip I t to I the eta tid a rut. mootingMr I rite Luwtey I Doc 9.-Lllllo Hoat- '

& The certification of teachers the The motto of the department ho (Unit would make It highly] profitable ,other new projects A motion was nuiilo by 1 Mr! AIlermnn Guy Fleming of Oalnexvlllo. Is ,somewhat IIIlnl'who has been q in I Ito Ill I.

teachers to hold valid Florida certificates emphasized. l Is to be "service." and he Is bending his efforts At this request County h'tigIt/ l that ]bunks, be allowed anixpmptlon wax emplovod l hy> tho board to Improved we are glacl _ _

covering the subjects a Ti\inri frBttlnir iiifirn I'lIlz"II"\ 'In I neer J.o'. Kb. .kilter. Jr.. wus relieved ..P of iovernment; IloiuHI : "" I."r.. ..... .1I..u.n.._....... . .'n 10..,,,."...... say # -
: they ;; from active duty In connection M..... .........w............. ... .... ......, .. _, --- .w. Mr. and Mrs n 12 Ilurucy had
teaching. UK'I'll S.iiIS: IIOMHMrs. : plant small grove's. The,grove referred um "flfl" """" "D .n "'" "" (1" ""' work about, DoiCMiibor 16th anti I their
j numbers of teachers accord- to above was purchased ( with t the construction. ( projects I (avis Hoconded. (the motion I and It to continue until! lung 30th. 1928. as guoxts S it'u'I.ty from Jnc'kvlllo -

I lare to the sizes of the schools. L. O. DuBosa departed from bv Mr Nolan In I'I25! from 'V. S. now In III'oKrl'Hllln the county -I" ,tarried\ Thin action was IlIk11 Tho following resolution was V.her 1II0Ih'r ami, brother Mrs.H .
Skipper nil.I F" II.
regulations as to the thIs earthly life on Sunday, November Fulch, and ]last year was cared( ( Assistant County KnKlnoer J. upon opinion of I the Attorney' inunlmoiiHly ndoptod.Resolved. nnd Wife Skipper

of the school and the num- 27. 1927 after a severe for properly under Mr. Durden's M I ICdwards was placed In active (ituierul] I that goverit went bonds In I'but In the death of Mrs. Hnoch
(
irl ills In vlaltlug her
I jjfcer of pupils, different organizations Illness of pneumonia at her home direct loll. The result of Intelligent charge: under] tho general superlslon possession of banks were not nubJed ( umei' L. Peek Bradford ooiinlyoxos mini in I Homosussa

of high schools. near Worthington Springs. She handling Is shown In the shipping \ of Mr Klc" 'kilter. to (taxation ii viiluiibla citizen and n pro'oiind Ill
r. Clayton
Strickland
The science equipment must wits born !May 10, 1890 in the vlclnily of a solid car of oranges for '.- The. clerk was Inxtrmted to believer> In the fiitnru of and M Into
bliss
r Myrtle), of Lake I
Kings-
SI''TO: ( TON
-[[come up to a certain standard. of Drooker but following the first time In years write I tlio Southern Hell Telephone Ilrudfoid rounty. Col. Took us ho
SIM: 'l'iiURtSItYS : i ley, were visiting/: In Luwlcy lant
Co. that had not boon
; It The library must contain cer- her marriage she moved to Worlhngton a agreement wIts generally known nerved hIs I week
I t'ol'STIESlml'u: nriled out i In tlio phikei ng/ of wires (
tala reference and non-reference She was a member of the county an chairman of tho hoard
{books Sardls TO TICK I"'Hl.i: .: .titi' .\ 1028 automobile( license (tags of (the local telephone company\ on .if county commissioners for a !Mr Iliac'k of Giilnoxvllln wan
Haptlsls church
and had
t The teachers are allowed to "| been a conscientious and earnest 1MHITII FLORID will go on sale next Thursday Docember juice tf) Southern( Hell Co. on nllllll bur> of yours nml ha wan ut all greeting, (I Ills many friends, i In Law-
toy Monday.
tech only a certain number of Christian vorKei" from mode by Miss! Margaret for lines (this Btreet of the H.: K.: llurney hilts purcbnsed. a
I day and allowed to on of roads and general S
periods a are ( !J\I-\
Besides her
husband, she leaves Tallahassee Dec 2.-- Four counties II I'Ht' class stain fountain .
and InHlalled
J handle a certain number of pupilsa I' five Long, tag distributor for local Company/ to bo plated on .Ill, ions of the county. He bus
S sons ''' 11 liard. George. Colin. of West' Florida and, a half of ,' Riimo In bis storo.
( day, and must not be overlooked, Charles and Donald. all of whom u fifth have been added to the Hrudford( county who him offices poles of the Southern I Hell ('u., ('onlrlbutod> to tho county his ov- Mrs. A. 1\!. Lewis wits called to
ttlils In the II. C. Wall Insurance olllce. (thereby eliminating one line of
precaution to be taken in or- $ ny effort for the general welfare
ue i nt home and an Infant daughter / )- lick-free section of I the state It 'I'ell'It'"KeUVHclIII'HrlIlY' by the
All cars must have (the new tugs HITliius -
Jder that they can do Justice to Nina Mae, who is but six was announced today at the of lire poles of everybody. Illness of her 110)1) Item. Mr.
by January 1st under the new ruling .
r [their pupils. I weeks old. She Is also survivedby of the state livestock sanitary I Having 'inlto a large family of Lewis oinpanled her
1'ersonal checks will ,not be IMO\ riinisiM\ si.iuin:: : as far as,
bin ho
High school] pupils are allowedto her mother four brothers and : board own naturally 'looked forward -
JIU'kHOIIVlllo.
< take fQur subjects each I I incepted, for license 'age.a to their welfare\ and In doIng .i
only I six Hlsteis end many friends, who Tho stale and federal government BO III- 1111.1I"II.! i VVIlmot Hrown of '
year unless] special provision ISI I, all mourn her death most earnestly. I have lifted the quarantine I I.OMi.ll.HII: 'rh .. pastors of tho several' I wan not selfish toward olhoisItoHolvud 'liiinpa aio visiting. their sinter

rmado. and recitation periods mu<;t ] She wa Jnld In her last testIng from K'rtiimbla, Santa Rosa Oka- elm i dies assembled I i 1 In u meeting i furl h..r That a copy of I Mrs. J. T. Mooici and, f"thter. Dr.,
lie forty-five minutes long. of the Sturko Mlnlslcu. 'lul Association I those roHolitt,, i In phirpct upon
/ jA j place at Oluatee cemetery i I'looKIi.'lIllo11 and the western The following from tho Washington I i., SV Ilinwn.Mis .
S '. .1'iillleil In This .4cc; (Ion I Wednesday most heaitllyagreed I I S S i' .mi. of tlin biniid, of. loiinty.loin '
The schools just .standardized by neial services being conducted, by'I'Icier removing (tbe quarantine be- I the many friends) In Starko of I 1-n- lo the HiiKKnxtlon front, I thoholiH .5/ i t', mid a "copy Kent to I spent n few days In Juc'kxon-

I the depaitn.int follows: Rev. John Dicks of Columbia I I "en Ole eflectlve yost ler Alach county Alacblla. Arch- congregations the city uiilto onrjirlHtmas wondeiriil, I hnlii mid I nut iti rat ion t..1. I
I; counly. Lifting of the quarantine In (the A. V. Long of Gainesville Ensign1oiig
1"11"11111 ,Mder;r and Mm II.. V Kbln.pur _ _
.
Ifter. On illc. Hawthorne High I four and a half additional countiesnow who Is a member of ono of IIIKIU, to enjoy a IIIIHI-' Ih' :" ",,1 1 in I to whom wo ox-1: -

Spring ::11 1<'a nOIlY. ;Newberry; I White Way Gains establishes. a tick-free sectionIn I Floi] .Ida's most prominent I families. I m.is Cuiol I to bo rendered by I horns. u'CHH inn ,pitilouiid, ouinulhy, Mrs .louiieilu. I Simmons daughter

tWaldo, nd Lincoln High School] the whole of West Florida from Is graduate of the U. S. Naval i holrx I'omhlne.Thill.\ being/ very 'lliHio being I no Cinthor I busl- I| mid guinddiiughter, of 'I'III11PI1/ S
n8Kro. :it Gainesville. 'sacred, HervUo. im well us u'beautiful lets iA>ad! :111 J IHII t 111'11 ulIllI I i I u next ,
Favor Over State Leon and Wakulla' counties west Academy ,t Annapolis[ ami Is) now uici visiting at tlio homo of her
.
jJ flak i"ounty. !Maeclenny.; Bradford ward. 1 Five other counties of the stationed aboard the U S. S. Hal- olio all are uiKed. to ret: i ,r meollni'' which will I bn mother Mrs. Ian mm

county fctnrko and Brooker. Whlteway lighting systems have, state. Martin Palm Reach, Urownrd elgh : keep It In mind and attend Tlio told! IliHt Momliy' III January, lii r. Chelll hum I
I 9- j jf I lila t It tuil, I et liiinh has been suggested :: accompulnoil
S J been Installed in most cities in Dado and !Monroo also are !Miss ElizabethValsIt: daughter 1112'n. bv :Misses Virginia und I
(;UKKN: ro SKKK: : I I Florida. according/ Information llck-freo. of Mr and Mrs John Walsh, und : as a mitral I place to gather / I. '(V. ALDKIIMAN: : ClerkM.U i i hhuw and] Dot,'Is llurney Gwendolyn visited In, -
ICKPi\L OK T.VXf' this und it
I received from utility companies Systematic lick eradication work Ensign, Augustus Culvln Long son on OI"'IIHlolI. HOdesignated Sim;( 'lea Sunday
throughout by I lh ltstore.JOii't I ,: "'tutu ,iirm: : '1'lIt'IISuu'l
the
state !Many small Is proceeding In Leon.Vakuhla.. of Judge und !Mrs Augustus Yore Thn Sunday' schools' havo started

S Washington Dec 3.-Repeal of I towns have them. They are business Jefferson Madison, Taylor, Hamilton Long, of Gainesville, Florida were S : I 1 lii-itctlilng their Xmas
;;
|the federal Inheritance lax again I getters They demonstratethe Lafayette and Dixie counties married yesterday afternoon. The ;Mi'SIJohn ; Minn I liailtiiid: clot III y ('Illrunvlxlled J'r..1Iuore! und, K. program.Il.:

will be sought by Representative progressive character of the and preliminary work In Su- ceremony wan performed at 4:30: I I lie H Itow,u'oonis of I lie b'o rtl a business trip to Jacksonville iluritoy'made '
[ Orecn. Florida In the new cong- Ill. Otto. 77. died lute Monday IIIII'II'Y' heio lust I'rlday I to I Ito .
Inhabitants, They attract new wannee Columbia.] Baker, Union o'clock In the apartment of the HUO ) Tuesday.
re.... : business and new people. The city and Bradford with the view of bilde'a parents In Ito Woodward' afternoon at bill homo 455 plitiirpH und, diagrams of thll new 'I'h8 I.llwley school
heJ Ilulfort/ ( Htruvt! after an extendmlllIneHX. J Journeyed
n announcing today that without a whiteway l is a city thatIs adding those sections to the tick- the Hev Thomas A. Walsh rector I Ford models. Mr Andrews wax over to tlio. Five Mile school] last
r "' l renew his fight on the levy, Mr Muse came to Jacksonville 'assisted I In explaining I I thu details
backward in the march of 20th free area in the near future, It of the Church of St. Thomas) the "Friday afternoon' for
of
1 I the }oIorldlrepre8entatlve said about HX! years ago from of tlio mr" by Kllvorlll a game
century eat 1)1(1)10
( us
A
well
\ progress. lighted was said.IiEItIIii'S. Apostle officiating, In tho presence basketball I On account of tha
,
$\' that be will Introduce an nmend1 home Is an attractive home. The : of members of the two families Bradford county. lie was a member Hlbtanls. and<1 keen Interest' wax ruin tho /
1 :
,", ment to the tax bill which has building may not be of the most : : HHI\: <.IMJ !*!II QfXKT and a few closo friends. An of the IlupllMt thurih at Law- manifested by I Ihn crowds present gitmo was only begun
whon called
l the house toy Those who survive him are: ,during (the off Wo tHe sure If
drafted
I been by ways modern type of day
arcltecture
It I Informal followed I
'fl.: i and means committee to eliminate I r may be an old-fashioned dwelling: W C. Crosby one of the pioneer -' The drawing reception room where the 'I his wife. !Mrs. Mary Muse, two !Mr Andrews wax unablo> to HO- our they gang 1'11111have,/had of hud the chance

thin tax and ]later will present a but If it la well !lighted It takes strawberry growers northwest was performed, wits daughters Mrs. Martha Bennett ofJasper ('IIrOIl tar for exhibition i I I I on Friday Mr won
ceremony
Torode of
said that : of two of Fin. und Mrs Sylvia Howen / but Im IIIIH bniiii. Miami Is visiting
bill for Us repeal He Its place with the most modern of Starke brought quarts decorated with palms ferns and advlHi-il by wire
,
hlx mm \V. B.: Torodo and,]
Florida was opposed particularly mansions. fine berries to Storks Saturday and the man- of Jacksonville and, six eons, that u tar will ho at his disposal[ family.Mrx .
white ,
\ to tbe eighty percent credit feature a sold them for $1 a quart. Mr. chrysanthemums banked with mnllux und O. C., Alford and Johnnie all of for a f..w. hour on next Thursday, Della Mi'London' and. Iwochildren S

S. for the state In the tax because Attorney E. M. Johns of Starke Crosby stated he had 40.000 tel being with white chysanthernums this city; William Muso of Maxwell l)..c. inili People Interested In who have been visiting

It has no state Inheritancelevy. was transacting business In Lake plants out this season and thai studded] and bridegroom- ; ]Edward and Richard Muse, I tho in.'w i ar should mail" I tbu ills- her mot 1 her Mrs. B. L Illanchard.

Butler on Wednesday and while they were In excellent condlllon. ,before the bride the mantel for the both of Sunford Flu The funeral play advertisement, In this Issue, have returned to their homo In

here called at this oulce -Union : lie expects, a heavy yield from his stood cor(tent will leave the home at 8 : 3D 'and. ohsoiva the hours allotted! fori Lakeland
IIW.' BUOWNLKK:: : JIOS"'TlvSS: !' County Times. acreage; and will be picking regularly ceremony A string orchestra o'dock! Wednesday morning for ,i I ho ( ar I to bo III St.irko for i IIIHI> Mr. and,! Mrs. f.. II. Hill have

k I TO \" I). C. flllPTKIl until severe cold checks the played the wedding music and I Halford, where (the funeral HerIIfu I llon O-I'I 'moved Into their homo which has '

<;nl':":\ SEEJII'RI'ILlIfl4: J\f.\S\' wr.wtIi'S throughout the reception %, will bn condlKtnd At the .5 -. -- ----- l I lust been rnmodelnil amid Irt verY- ?i I""

Vases and bowls of glowing red FOII HT\TI: A few: express shipments have The bride was escorted "ny ner gravetHbla at 11 o'clock In tho I>- "TIt\ Blollln'IaI'TI": : :: : J :MON.IMV '. ra'tlve.! UMrs.

roses were the decorations used been made during[ the week brlnir- father and wore a gown of white urgreen cemetery' The Hev. "1. L. ''''. If IM wards was hOIt

bY Mrs J. M Hrownlee at her hospitable Washington, Dec. 6.--Twelve record prices. satin I made with closo-flttod bodice Phillips pastor of tho Ilnptlsthiirih LoiN to tho Ladles Aid of the
and an ankle ]length moderatelyfull The Stiirko Exchange country home when she entertained federal buildings In Florida] were a (' ,' will olHi, late The Interment of
the W' T. Weeks Chapter sought/ In bills by Representative MR- HKTICU'IW.UU: : skirt. The neckline was a Vnlshed. will be In the family 'lot In I hanged Its hour of meeting for her mother, Mrs. J. I II.I Moore! lust

U I). C.. on Wednesday afternoon Green. Democrat Florida] They with rose point lace and( the Kvorgreen: cemetery tinder] the ; luHt Monday In order, to entcMtalna Wednesday l'fa nit wore made) for

/ Included : Lake City. $200,000.: !Mrs. Beatrice Ward' 27 wife of "eel! pearH and the long tlght- direction: of I the Heuiholo" Funeral numhor of lie strawberry growers : (he iinual Xmas bazaar, which will

The newly elected officers comiinenced | Cedar Key, $100.000 ; Cross City Qulntus 'Ward who resides on i Uting sleeves were also finished ,pallors' ksonvllla Journal', IJe- at a uii liner held Mondny, ovo- he lield, Friday. and Saturday of

their duties for the yur $100,000; Wllilston $100.000 ; 1'hjliss street died early this with rose point luce. Her veil <.limber J. nlng at 7 o'I"'lI'k. A r>.prpsontnHVM his weekifter tho bunlnoss hour

and the meeting was presided( nv>r ,Trenton. $100,000 ; Starke $100- morning at a local hospital after was of Irish lace and arranged by ---.. --- I I group, of citizens I from d I ftc" bud adjourned, ] the guests were

t ( by the president Miss Amelia Ray, 000. / an extended Illness.. !Mrs. Ward I a tight-lighting cap over her head' I \\-\TI: 01. r $MV itnt sections of the county alti' nerved with a delicious xulutli

.while S Mrs. A. Z. Adklns Irunsactrea was a native of Providence Flo, und held at the- back. -by a band. "I'd and,] many of the growers < oil rue.I .

the duties of The coming to Jacksonville about 8 of seed pearls and sue curriou To allow for tho changing of piOHxed, their Views on th, strawberry -. ----. --- & -
; j president appointed secretary the following Two Adklns favored the company with years ago She was a member of bride roses with a shower of lilies I lire hydrants on Thompson street situation Mr. Clark of I the *. 1"K." .,. ItV ('If.\lCUI'S:

'committees' : voice selections namely : "TheStar" Missionary: Baptist church of of the valley water service will be cut off from Pennoy-Gwlnn Fnrmx. wan present 1"HlTr i\rurss: : IHM:

':Credential' : :Miss Olive Ray, and "Sweetheart". accompanied Providence. Those who survive Miss nilzabeth Hogun. of Valle- twelve noon till six o'clock Sunday and uddrcHHod' the xadioilnn 1"\I.SIJo'IEI) nircmi:

I,Mrs Emma Canova and :Miss Ethel music by Miss (Griffin's Inspiring/ I her aro her husband Qulntu ''Jo. Calif, who Is passing the winter I Mr. U S. MntthewH went Into (InI Pittsburgh Nov. 30( .-The Fruit 'S

\'Giff1n. Mrs. Adklns' lovely voice Ward ; her parents "Mr and Mrs. I In Washington wax> maid] of I Mill i I lomtrnlriK I tin expreHH er- Growers; Ilxprexs: Company has
was at Its best and her selections i honor. Her costume wan of pale' vice. been. Indicted, by a federal grand
'''t*! Cemetery: Mrs. S. E. nrownlee John W. Fleming of Providence: tl'lmm",1VUh Inserts of croam- for Florida' Hlrawherry 'rowrH. /:

1'', fttrn. W. I. Wall. Mrs. J. II. Hitch, were Mrs.greatly appreciated one daughter. Allene Ward and I green, chiffon tho wide( skirt finished color lace and a large black velvet I tb.. hearing/: on whlih will Jury here on charges of falsifying.

I .f:)(ta ses Addle and Rosa Balsden daughter nrownlee Martha. assisted by her three sons, Wilbur T J.. and Edward -, with a band of velvet ribbonIn I hat und a corsage bouquet of I inmn up hi'foru I thn, railroad loin- records, of lea placed.] In refrigerator .

?Finance for three month, !Mrs. Misses :Merwyn Ward all at home. and two a deeper shade. tho round, nock on hlclH. .Mrs iudger's costume mlHHlonerH In Lukiland/ next cars containing perishable
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\ qO4L.; Reasley. Mrs K. I.. DlggsMrs Jackson:.Ma I pas and Malge Ethel] Mlddleton GrlfUn. served Sara I .sisters Mrs "1. ''''. Vungardner line and long tight sleeves udged ,I wax also black and inudo of chiffon 'rh u rsihuiy goods/ ] consigned 1 : to Pittsburgh' and

a of Avon Park :Mrs. !M. W Douglas with the ribbon Her lurge velvet over shell pink black velvet S other Irregularities
,- O L. Haynes, Mrs. J. W An- deleclable ; a : '
salad course ,I T0IIKH: : IIOIIIM1 VtCTION .\.
consisting deeper shado of green; The Indictment which was returned .
4r ws. Jr.. and Mrs J. M Brown- of chicken II of Trenton. Fla, and three hat was a hat and she wore a corsage( 'e
,1.... salad saltines, spiced brothers, John Dellllng of South and she carried pink roses Little I bouquet of orchids. ; Nov. 22. named the repress :
grapes hot biscuits tea. coffee and and Allison Mists Ellen Ouclger. daughter of Later company a DPaware, corporation -
Music.: Miss. Ethel GrlfUn. Mrs Jacksonville: Attls In the day Ensign Long
!\ whipped cream. C. CJudger, U, S. Bradford] County Illsh school with principal offices
Emmett laWashington
A.) C. Adkins Miss. Florence Matthews Those Bellllng. both of Providence Fla. Cupt. and his brldu departed for a wedding .
and !Mrs. E. K. Perryman. enjoying Mrs Hrownleeis Funeral arrangements have not N., and !Mrs. (Otidger, a cousin of trip tho latter traveling In HtudentH will bn given two weeks and branch here as
hospitality were: Mesdames W. L. her flower girl and Vacation durlnn] tho Chrl..tmatt'holidaYII. having contracts with tho I'ensyl-
the bride was
been but will be announced sand-color broadcloth
completed ensemble
The of !Mrs. Louis ,
.,, name II. Hill
Wall O. L. Haynes, A. Z. Adklns It announced \'etl-lnemlay '
for later by the Seas hole funeral wore a dainty frock of white or- the short coat trimmed with was |jvunla and other railroads,] to keep
wag proposed membership and
W K Torode K. L. MlKffs, George carried the period] running fromDniember I loud
the parlors.-Jacksonville Journal gandle and Irish lace and straight black rnracul fur and a ears until they reached their
chapter unanimously voted to W. Roberts n A. Weeks O L,. ) 16th to January 2nd. '''destination
receive !Mrs. Hill. I ], Dec. 3rd. an old-fashioned bouquet of sweetheart small sand-color felt hat. but alleged] thai In
Ret9ley. W J. Epperson, Misses I Ii
David Hurt Instances between 1000
roses. Ensign; many and
After the transaction of business .. Among the small company of MOUK 0> HlOVtl.S STUITKH:
Merwyn Jackson Sara Malpas. ..;:\IITanWOUKISO: U S. N.. a brother officer of the guests at the wedding were the"rlcle's 2000 pounds less ice was placedIn
the guests were entertained with a Amelia I
Ray, Madge Mlddleton] and i
bride groom; aboard the V S. S. uncle Senator Thomas the curs than wan shown In thecompany'
J. ,
delightful] Miss Merwyn Work
program; Ehel Griffin. was started ,
There will be a working at Rosewood Kalelgh. was best man. Walsh of Montana who has Wednesday I .. reports to the railroad*. .,
Jackson giving as musical reading The first as : erecting the ,
Wednesday In January cemetery (prevail cemetery) Mrs. Walsh mother of the bride his guest thin week his crossing signals at Seventy-five counts are contained '
"Fpollsh Questions, accompanied ,1928 the daugh. each main
chapter will be entertained on Tuesday, December 20th. All and her cousin Mrs. Gudger received ter and crossing of the Seaboard In the Indictment. 50 of which: p
granddaughter
br Miss Ethel Grlffln.!\ Miss Jackson Mra. Oud- through Starke.
by Mr.. E. L. The
Dlggs and interested are asked to come pre with the bride and bride signal pout charge falsification' of Ice records:
and little lilies.
ger Ellen
'Is a talented reader and her Miss. Gudger will be set
Ethel Griffin at the residence on heavy concrete flllln-
pared to spend the day In beautifying groom. Mrs. Walsh wearing a and] Mrs., Irene I 15 charge falsification of freight
Ifoair of Dertolt
Dumber was received with dations
en- of Dr and Mrs. E. L. Blgga on In the street center and .
the bills
f ground Brings baskets gown of black transparent velvet a classmate of Mm. and 10 charge aiding abetting
thaalastlc applause. Mrs. A. Z. Oudger at
North operated from
Walnut the
street signal tower
for dinner on the grounds. made on straight lines and Vasifar. Jackson on and procuring falsification o(
:J street. I freight bills.

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cannot BOO scholastic. basketball I tier and Tommy Williams, one ot, EIGHTH: GRADE: both and I cun't see any differ ed the apartment of the lady of

salon until next year lie has the* slickest broken field runners I ence.".-Progressive Grocer. the house with his

r Bradford High School not broken any rule by playinglu I wn have even snen. There are The "Bird Club") had Its regular began work. apprentice and!

two of the past three KUIIIUS other capable backfield men who, business meeting on Wednes Mixed: Metaphors "

r Immune" all were. pro-Henson) practice I have seen practices but are too old day. Ila Sponhlltz, Elizabeth Opal : Brother Congo, I hear Sis "Mary, said the lady to the-

Journal games and only one was schol- to play against the scouts, or can Williams, George Raymond and Johnsons dead. When she gwlne maid "see that my" Jewel case Is

i'; j UBtlC. not get to the game Saturday Comer Edwards were appointed a s be Interned? locked up at once

o Things could bo worse. Itrad- Steady drilling of the line baa I 'a> program committee for nex t Brother Congo: They ain't I The carpenter understood. lie

n, I furd Is lucky In having u bunch of turned out a dependable forward week. gwine be no Inturment, cause de removed his watch and chain from
Kdltor-In-Clilef _______________ WILLIAM DUNCAN his vest In
headed At the a significant
N ---- wall by Molded Struth assembly on Friday Mar llama
I capable reserves Unit are eligible. fambly has decided she's to be In- !rand

ABSoclato Editor ____________________ JOSEPH MALPAS This Includes file-mi McMillan : pnHH-Hagglng wingman, and George, tha Grlins, chairman of the pro. criminated.-Life. handed them to his appren\

I I Sports Editor ______..__ _____________ ELMER: : McMILLAN light-footed forward, only a freBhnian i Raymond another good end. There, gram committee had charge 01 tI tlce. '
+ preparing for a great cage are so many linesmen on hand the meeting. The following talk I As He WIIH )Hone I"" "John," said he, "take these

Joke Eldtor ______.._ _______..____ JUNIOR McDONELL
m 1 n career I the next threo yours. Another that Is rather uncertain Just who were given: A carpenter, sent to make some right back to the shop. It seen,.

rat and a smitl! one la the who fill In other line berths. However The Heron-Billy Parker repairs in a private house enter-)l that this house Isn't safe,"

r speedy, Tommy Williams forward. 'who ever there are will be The Stork-Ben Sternberg. s

Lost \"t'.lne..IIlYIrH.. A. J.1111 .:. nil In all. the defense was In a For center remains Nolan( Canova, good: for all of the line material The Butcher Bird-J. D. Grit

\\' supervisor of music, I led the weakened condition. Alone with reiently elected alternate captain. IM good.: fls. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH

Htuilfii-lxjcly In nil enjoyalilu songservice. / IIi is ermine un evident slump of the Nolan Is not only a newcomer to All those who can come to the The Wood Duck-Edna Hutto. "IDEAL FASHIONS"by

The three- songs rendered forwards. HUKUII and ('11(11, :McMlllnn the B'liind but also( to the school. game to show the boys; they are These talks were enjoyed very

were snug spiritedly )hy the stu got off on the wrong foot lie Is one neat center and his com with them in their demand for local much. Jean Belle Hamilton

denIs Thin made up I the larger or something;, but lit any rate wo strengthens the team consider scholastic football to nee the .

part of the eluipel\ exercises, tho must admit they looked bad. MIIC'H" ably. The reserves are strongest: gridiron material of Bradford Inaction 1'ersonal Items.

/llrKt thin year Unit has not been BhoollriK wan WilY off form, he In guard material Headed by Leo or Just see the game alone Jack Lee has been nick for several -

honored by the presence of Homo garnering only :2: goals Hiigun. Ilughos/ who wan barely nosed turn out at 4 p. m. No admissionwill < days. We all miss him and

loinl pastor. ordinarily the fasten. passer of the out position. there follows Gerald be charged.Hurrhend school.hope that he will soon be back In tgfj }

team, fumbled again and again during fox, handicapped\ BO far this ;year .
('root of tho! rapid growth of / I lie gnmo.Deiiplte by u broken rib but now readyto (with Allen hunting)
Don't Elizabeth' Towle, of Winter Haven
shoot! The ain't
load-
Kliirliu the past! few your 1 In evidenced all I ills (lie Torrmdoes). step out and give his valuable gun has
ed. entered our grade. We are
In this ycur'g enrollment pin' up a greet buttle( to I the lasl hHllt. and the fleet Monk Dlnklns IH" 115'7 1110 r
nf, the. Hrnclforcl High School. A The home five that Btarted! the I hough a short little fellow! ( frtxli-. Allen-Oot to. The squirrel) won't glad to have her with us. 3

total of 110 students made up tho / game; was ninde up largely of 1'-1. man ) is especially good In brenk- wait Robert FrInk was sick last Fri- .a
four cliiHHCB, :211' more than the! rec- (ilonmlnl.,0uum !)
serve" ,' .m"II' rowl nnd :i lug up enemy playn. day and had to stay at home but
Miss
nrd-hrcuklng enrollmi'iil or lust .. ... .. ., .J .JnckHon--Alwa1I givea
.hi.! .il .
I i'''* I In the school are a number of soft was back in school Monday morning -
which !110(> Thin >lIr'1I'' answer when mad.
year was y( I COI'm'rIII'M: little. brother getting
bays who are good prospects and Hill Ilarrell studlng bard to make up for
Mush.
tmrollmr'iit, In approximately ISO i bin liiltlnl notion on the home though they have not yet gone; out I lost time. 115 7 t\\\\\\\\ 4; 41'' iS 5
more then the High School enrollment toiirt!. Hughes assisted Alvarez us .
for basketball possibly will. These -
of five years ago. The guard' and !MalpuH was at ('enter. include David Moore( Howard Miss? Flor..nro'Vhat Is a !Molecule ......................... \\\ \ ;.
largest class IM the freshman then ThlH combination the most \ q .
gave; 1.. J'
Mourn, Unfits I'rescott( Lacy Over- Dora -A ..11
molecule Is
conies In order of their ,ni/.e. I hoMophnmore. ernilltnblu, purple clad something : GRAHAM :
street and Guy Andrew.
jiinlor and senior of I the evening:, piling pl.rrorm".e// Perhaps' things me for the bent.. so through small a that mlcrobo.It cannot ba seen #. (:Mrs, A. W. petit, Cor.) = C

Classes. lead lint III the '(' I The I first five Indirliiir from their I .*.......+.+............. \
tin- touted r tint first five made 1 luxt !, huve hit something 1
Lent III hectic I foot- appearance Mrs. White-live 1 a Hfiitcjnco I : .
TuoHilay a tin Ir appearance> and the tide Graham, 1 Dec J.---Rev. Crosby
of u slum ) und will nowhuvo "
hall prnclirn David !Moore' whom turned, toward the worst The containing "deficiency. tilled his appointment here last .
whole month of uorryletm ,
rlppliiK tactics, us a half wan !pro- lynch Cover'H bowled( over the a | 'I'olllnly-'Vh..11 you go fishing:, week and we enjoyed the meeting s
priictlccK, to recover' from it and 1
\lcllng the opposing" A !Bfimd| <'nnBlderiihlu sagging Tornado Vfenxo, ungracefully ; to prepare fur the linrd top-nen- / pick up deflclcucy'ent wlgllle very ninth.

worry" received a )>ii .Stnrko men
the first of next I
MOil Ktinii'H year Th'kliler--J don't think I deserve -
eyelid.) Something of a visited relatives
at
their post Ilti uis mixed: and l teamwork will bring. AH no especially hLl'1IKIlIOO'II Sampson Sun-
an nuHolute zero!
about tho
bump appimrcd
eyebrowanil
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avld hustled off tho M I H. hm-iime no more. Illlnd IIUHSng will coino about the not Miss\ Jackson : I know but lhllt'llthe day.Mr.
to .
and liliml, Hhootlng/ resulted / Arthur Brown and l<;lIce
month the reserves should be able< lowest I am allowed to give.
However the Injury was not Scr- The visitors took advantnge of everything Starling were business visitors to
n lc) fly high I the purple and gold
fouH ;, turned It Into a chariot und at the same time get the Improvement Lives of football men remind us :Starke: Saturday.

iou:>.11)o us: I.OSU---: -.\:\OTIII':1lTho : me and! wound up by firorliiK R experience will bring. I I That w<- too can push and shove Misses Thelma Brown Lucille
!McKlnney: Tuto Brawn and
Roy
Bradford Tornadoes had points to Starke'n 3, hrlnclngiboiit And Alvarez! will get a full BI II- And departing leave behind us

another hnd week this 'lust. TnckIlng the dual ll-l! Bcore MOil In preparation for hill high I Hoof prints on another's mug. Sunday IIf'1oi:1nneyVel'e: afternoon.Mr. visitors. to Starke ik Y4 f ,e ,

the Green; C'uvo State Itoad .-- school career u< one hate. guard.
1 Georgo Brent and Miss
quintet, she lost, her second gfime old! Man mini Fata ceitalntymil I Joseph---Just think. Home Is
Thelma Brown attended' the cane
by a Hroro of 111-16. It In for the IMirpIo Tornadoes Starke will get her first and several thousand years nlil.,
The game played, Wednesday, the past week Not content with ably lust chance t tills year to Ilrnb-1 l'lmer-O'wan.: It's only 1925! grinding; evening at !Mr. Thomas' Thursday Iii )1)11; k (I

before riither meclieore' f'rowd. was I serving them u less ho hit their football game thin Saturday. now Miss Ixlou Roberts and Leroy

n thrilling one and only the resulting tamp\ wllh bad hews In the form 1-oHiilt ot regular physlcnl e(l
Hroro kept the loral' bnsketImll of Inellglblllty/ rules enforcement. tlceu nliico the first flf the Irlle'l It Is suggested. I that the freshmen Branch and were Pul.itka visitors to Jacksonville 1110 'II'
Sunday.
fans from Uwomlng hlKhly, Tho state 1'1110 has It that players u neat team of ambitious hI given u holiday on Darwin's -
Mr. II. K 1 Roberts of Carry bell
elate" ( It WIM a heart-breaking/ having grades, below 75 percent football HxplrnntM will collide In IIlrl I Ii(lily. was visiting his wife and daughters 1396 l

]loss the. hoinn' team t pllliiK. up a cannot partake In mhednlud a return game with Troop One
Mrs 1<.
; II. Roberts and Isola!
< i.iirii: : it
lead' In the first quarter, allowing basketball games until they pull :Scouts: of JtilnuHVlllu; on the Tornado Sunday.Mr. Particularly Useful Additions To The

the enemy" to( Ho the scorn by the I heir grndoH up I to tho required athletic /Held! Saturday afternoon -
and Mrs Brown '
The Girls Jasper
Oleo Club Is practicing Masculine Wardrobe .
halt, forging ahead In the third holKhti, Last Krldiiy Prof. Dow- .
some new sonars to lie* were visitors to Mr. and Mrs. A.
period I IhPlI collapsing In the fate ling ,called: a_ meeting under Cnpt The result of the first game In-- chapel some I time soon. sung Wo G. Brown's :Sunday: night and 1110-Men need, plenty of paJamas inches breast. Size 86 rwrulic*

or nn enemy rnlly In the final. I ;McMillan; and< enforcement was ap- played at OalneHvllle was not HOplennnnt hopo will like them. Monday -especially good-looking 4>g ;yards 36-inch material. Price

A number\ of thing combined iii lout to the 1I<1l1acl. The result for the local !boys, being! you Mr. and Mrs. Brown and onea designed on the lines of the of pattern 15 cents. I
The girls and boys Glee Club Henry 'I'J
1o bring about ills fourth gno| her was a cleanup that wiped out practically 10-0 favor of Troop One However, suit pictured above. It may be 1396: -Men'sand Youths'Louni ''i.
Mrs Delia Thomas the
united In the first were 'guestsof ;
mixed chorus made with French neck or standing ing Robe or Dressing Gown wit I
blow-up. Hitch usual center, win) all oC the regulars, Including not till of the local eleven were
'[ Mr. and Mrs. Brown Monday. and cuffao '
last Monday. The experiment was collar. The trousers are finished shawl collar, pockets
Absent and Mulpaq a born\ guard; forwards MacMIIInu! Hiignn able to get to the game while thin i iI very successful., Miss Mamlo and Pauline Miles with tape at the waist. No 1110 smart contrasting{ material. Th .J

but u much too heavy man to be u and Lewis; centers Illtch find time, the encounter being on local attended church here Sunday eve- la designed for men and youths and set-in sleeves are in two-piece '.

"renter, took his place weakening Hook and Mulpiis, a guard. Their I grounds practically all of the 1 :M-\VSI'\IKK: : CLUB: lain sizes 34, 88, 42 and 48 inches the back plain. No, 1896 U .

both center pad defense. Sum Alvarez absence from /genies: are only temporary I I, squad will bo on hand. The boys ning.Mr.! Arline Wasdln of Gaines- breast. Size 81 requires! 6 yards slimed In sizes 86, 88. 40, 48,i

buck in (lie notion after an In fact, each of the boys crave revenge, and with I their full The regular meeting of the ville, was the guest of his. wife 86-inch 15 material. Price of pattern 46, 48 and 60 inches yards! breflatL Inch ,

absence itflo to llhu'HH fine to bo legally prepared' by strength should make things cents etnialqupar18of
gave u export newspaper club was held last !Mrs GlalYsValldln.. 115T-Men's and Youths' comfortable \ II"J
.individual, )performance providing. January. Therefore, the school mighty hot for the visitors. Wednesday, In the club room, the The box supper given here Nov. roomy-cut nightshirt fin- Our Fashion Book :

homo of the host shots of the eve- doesn't take It so hard. Mut what Those who care to come should editor discussed the paper of the 30, 1927 was a complete success ished with fiat band at neck, or attached the newest and

ulng and l sinking! !9> points. Hut rocks the team' Is the likely' possibility see a thrilling gnmo. The "P'ty- week before. There being no other We realized $30.00 for the bene- shirt collar, and with or will be of interest to I t'

while doing that lie forsook to a that Sam Alvarez star sical Kcl: FlghMng! I'hools" U quite business the meeting was turn fit of the church without yoke at back. No. 1157 1 Is dressmaker ?rice of the '

certain degree. ; his position OHgunrd. guard Is lost from action for the- a team. Its stellar Iwckfield, Includes ed over to the play committee and -. designed in sizes 86, 40, 44 and 48 cents the copy.

further weakening the defense rest of the season. Sam Is fully eligible Raster ItfdKi'uvt, triple Store Manager-"They suy brunettes A
the characters the for
In play went pattern the above design will ba sent prepaid/ on receipt of '
The oilier guard; position as far IIH Ills studios, go, but threat fnllhnck, whose piixHlng, down to chapel for a rehearsal have sweeter dispositions fifteen cents In stamps or coin. Write! ;your name and address clearly,

due to the moving of Malpnx wax being un Sill grade< student and kicking and charging I I.* well' known then It was announced by Mrs. than blonde. give number and size:: of pattern and address Pattern Department, 'I\

In doubt throughout the game, lie- because II. II. S. Is large enoughto / In these parts. Mac McMillan, half White that we would< have another Clerk"Well, my wife's been Bradford County Telegraph, 329:) Fourth Ave :New York City.

jug divided, between Lewis. Hughes pick her men from the ninth and, slur ground gather of the rehearsal the following afternoon

and (tl.I McMllIini, reserve men, So grade up, It la thought that Hum team, Glenn: McMillan, speedy rtin- at 3:45.: The meeting was then ad- -- OP404444444446ay44444044444ooo4wcw o4c.44c


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lular meeting/ Wednesday, Novem I
Central Park In New York, celebrated -
t&e v ber 30, 1927. The following pro-
In song and story, Is to remaina
gram wax /given:
"Two Kinds of People"LoraManning. > beauty spot In the heart of the

'. most congested city on eurth. svY
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vti "The House I3y The Sldo of the The world' moat famous park baa" Fit

| Road"Gary Overstreet. been rescued from Impending decay

i "Tho Sin of Omission"-Gertrude lid u result of the alngle-hanuucl figh
of an Oblo man Congressman MannL fw
e rr -srh I Allgood. Davey, President of the Davey Tree E,
p We have charge of the Christmas r
Expert Co., Kent Oblo. ,
I program for assembly, and we Wben Congressman Davey made a .

extend to you un Invitation to come apeecb on conservation two years ago Jp \
4 k ,,, w rle land enjoy our program. It will to the Oblo Society of New York be ; I ,\ 'p

:t r s rd a, for i bo held l December 16, at 10:15.: startled his listeners by telling then ,
that the tine old trees In Central

I-THl'T'U:: : : ci.ru Park were dying because of neglect
that they were starving to death
Without trees, he said the park woulu
The Etiquette Club met lust become a sun-swept plum, having

d'N ,t.. 'l Wednesday., Eva! Murcotte had neither shade nor beauty.
4E ,'barge of the program. Then tbe Battle be au. The park '

t The following forms of etl- commissioner admitted that tbe tree egayw

E ttuette were revealed: Here dying, but contended tbat tile)
mere being poisoned by uuxloua guitc. .
I n Before Inviting anyone to go toIL
i I from auto eXhausts and cblmueya. II (
particular play o hostess must
'
was his argument tbat It wan physi
be sure that good tickets are to call; Impossible for trees to live In *4,"' I '

be hud; one must never ask poo- congealed New York Newspapers took t

pie to go to a place ot amusement aides, and for daya attack. and coun-

Cie'4' and then stand In line to get seats' ter-attacks illled the news columns

''lit tho time of the performance' and editorial pages. ,

In going down tho aisle of a Finally tbe Herald-Tribune suggested -
editorially that Congressman
... theater the question as to who t3 j
t,
Z-; A:avey be allowed to offer proof aBis '
>- goes first, the lady or the gentleman assertions. One hundred dying ,

depends on where the usher trees were selected for the experiment -
ra w
? r t* If the usher takes the checks, Davey volunteered to bave tbs

F wt jriLiialNdiarlpf _..._ nt the head of the aisle the lady, work done wltbout cost to the city.
follows the usher. Otherwise the Meantime, under Davey' direction,
Hu .a ... exhaustive chemical analysis were
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I- gentleman goes first with the
made of the air They demonstrated
check When their places are. ,
conclusively that neither carbon
then he stands aside for the lady, monoxide from auto exhausts, nor 'j, >'i

.r .J ''II C> take her place first and then sulphur dioxide, from chimneys, WILe !:

ho takes his. A lady never sits present In auillclent density to affect
(
III the aisle sent If she Is with a vegetation. In fact, human beings

.frr r !((>II lIelllltll. could not live U the gases were strong \
1 ."" In passing across people who uousU to destroy treea. 4
I The dying treea ,
were marked for
A\IFH TIIK.i: .I.1'Ill:3IINT:: :: 01- 't tant OIIOH. without them no mat tor amid ventilation mire Ilrl>vld..d. I are seated always face the stage Identification and treated Proper

rill: KNii.isiilly :: I'.I1tMlitt'RI: I': how pleasing may he the exterior On the second floor one finds land press as close to the backsof plant rood was placed at their roots

It cannot be n homo In the real three bed rooms. u bath and pl< ( the seats you are facing as you tea ground was aerated and the trees

( U. C J, Hunter & Tiro. Arrhtu. sense ot the word. ty of closet space. 'n-1 I ran Remember also not to drag were given plenty of water to drink
New York.) The exterior Is ot slur(( anything: across the head of those Then aclentlQo pruning was done to
For the lover of the English One enters the houxn through a on frame o'onllt rlu.t lOll. sitting In front ot you. If ;you stabllab a balance between the tops CONGRESSMAN
romfortulilo vestibule Into the llv- Ad the MA TltJ J.JAVEo/
Impoverished root
Farmhouse or cottttKe: typo of This homo measures 62 feet are obliged to cross In front of system ,
In HO rich In artistic poHHlbllltles 'Injr room A rout closet opens across the front and, should, hare some one who gets' up to let you Ten elements are required by every dements) that are missing. task la
to
from the vestibule. punt, whether It be a tree or a stalk restore Central Park to IU
for the small house?) Here In a a lot with 11 frontage of about SO) 1 PUSH, say "Thank you or "thank .t corn. One element .la taken from The trees were not only saved, but format leafy splendor For that
house that appeiiU.Nor The living room Is of good size:: feet to give a proper setting and you very much" or "I am very the air and absorbed Into the tree brought back to vigorous health b* has appointed Jamea A.purpose O.

does the appeal of this house It has window on three sides" and to allow for the driveway. English sorry" do not say "pardon me" or :Sfcrougb the leaves by a breathing since ThU year the the second growing season Davey brother of Congressman Dan,.

lay In the charming: exterior alone opens" Into an enclosed sun porch.A houses of this typo look best "beg pardon"though you can ...oc.... similar to that of an animal stood In such tree marked were treated, they M aupervlalng. expert, A million dollars -

the plan arrangement also offers small roar hall serves the salr- when not crowded., say "I beg your pardon." fje other DIne elements come out there that public opinion contrast to the baa been appropriated for the

Its claim. It la an economical way, the first floor bed room and Complete working plans and Very-Inconsiderate to giggle and *f the soiL Under artificial city con- the retirement of tb. park demanded commla- work of restoration. ,

practical layout, with decorating (he toilet room. specifications for this house maybe talk. Never giggle and talk or tlUonaj some of these element) are toner who bad attempt to obstruct tree"Mi. Dan, baa demonstrated that

ponnibllltlen' for homer livable Interiors. The rear entry, kttcTien and obtained for a nominal sum rattle programmes throughout aperformance prematurely emhauated. and It UMDecoma the work. can be grown In any city U tby'
I 'GIe tree) are properly eared for"
pantry 'are arranged for convenIence from the building editor. !Refer to to so shows lack curgeon1 tack to Walter Y. Herrick the DeW corn "Thar raid Hmek.
make an anal,...,, and to supply UM hatssioner what we wanted to know.
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I d tiary. Now, Florida makes her Thursday. Less than one-tenth of :NNNNN...N.NHELLBItONN ....: ,._---,- --- -.- ... .-. 'P

own tags through convict labor at an Inch of rain fell during the SPRINGS I

a In Short her own state penitentiary. month, ho declared making pre- (Muse. Ina Fomj-th, Cor.) t I I
Florida -Paragraph/
Newt of
, cipitation during 1927 nearly 18 YU .
Jacksonville-The Ford Motor Inches below the avprnga. The average ..............N..N.N. BUY ,

Company of Jacksonville, prob-: temperature for the mouth Mrs Jessie Simpson Is visiting ,
: ably will be running on a ( was 3 degrees: above normal he at the homo of her sister, Mrs
n production schedule by added. Truck and citrus! fruits G. W. Walnwrlght.
[Live State News I Io ity 'apac-I !
with approximately 1100 were said to be badly In need of Mrs. Tearlle Green wag an all- 7' 1t ,

ed to go on I the payroll\ by rain. day /guest of Mrs :J. T. Moore '' %
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fore that time. Charles F. Ilow- !Tuesday., i t1

, man, manager of the "Ford" Branch 1.1"'shul'oI1ulb, \ farm. of Henry Miss Pearl Norman spent $ f ..
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TOLD BY OUR EXCHANGES olllces here, announced today. The I lItur-I'I
Wiley\ at :XToto'8 Station near day and< Sunday night with
branch factory Florida's assembly burg. Is attracting great 1'1'8-1 aunt and unvlo 11 r. and Dl rim. 10.1: I Our Treasure Client Purchase Plan 1 'J'I
... ,.. .. ... plant- has been closed since the owner huvliiK replanted the t Through I
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Juno 1 last.Tallahassee. I) Ett I I)1 U lull, 1)8 originally pat outeach : ; and Vou Will: Scarcely Feel the Coit. I ILxcrpllomJ
Jacksonville-The city building cated by a celebration which Included ( year unlll he now has more I 1 :Mr. I-eroy fiirmlchuel) of 11'estl i iI'alm -- 1.1.I

i total for the first eleven months a sumptuous barbecue Trustees of the I than a quarter of a million.\ All I Iloach l Is visiting at the homo' i, r
of the year passed the twelve million bund music and a program of pub Internal Improvement Fund, ut a are of puller white nurclBHUM. :Mr. of his parents Mr. and :Mrs.. J. I D. ,, I

murk according to figures re- lic addresses, headed by that of Dr. meeting just held, formally ratified I Wiley has 80 acres of Helectedland Cnrmlclmcl.I I 1 --- Offrr Oen-

leased Thursday by the building Fonn A. Hathaway, chairman of I an agreement to exchange\ I In the farm 1111 tlvl'n the I :Mr. and Mrs. I.aurlu( Carter of t Y T Ir'' ( 95 tune full cut Dlllmond.
commissioner. the state road department under land. with a private concern of the I I large number of bulbs now grow- ;': J'kHUII'I11'l'I'" weekend guests' i r .y 1 a $12" Full purchase price n 1-

whose administration the road Florida Kverglades: paving the i I IIIK oi'iiip.v 1 only about three ncresof ,lof bin parents Mir and :Mrs. C. a lowest larger on diamond pxchnngo for

Tallahassee<' counties of wan completed, Completion, of the way for the establishment of a ,, I tlio nren, I Intl"'ntlou( urn that Carter.

west Florida and a halt of a fifth last link In the new highway from plant Industry In Florida. II. (1. I( bulb] growing In the LpeitbiirR\ )| Mrs II. A. Sponhnltx, and ..nil. 'i, ( w'e
have now been added to the tltk- Jacksonville south along the astl'OI".t Diihlberg und a number of associates '', drlct may reach propoitlorm inukIIIK Lester motored. to Starko Sutiirdn as.

free section of the slate It was was hailed as an epoch mak- who are engaged/ In tho it a rlvul of the tern Indnstry.lGreenville. ]I >' afternoon. >, t s
announced at the ofllce\ of the achievement by Dr. Hathaway manufacture of celotex III the .
Miss !Pearl :Norman: spent Thiirsday -
and the other speakers on the |
program Louisiana/ sugar dine fields, propose ,
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Livestock Sanitary
State night with her (cousin Miss
Introduced Lee :More tluiii fifty
who were by
Clew III.
The stale and federal government to place a plant near 10-1
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the from A. Hruswell member of I the St. ton for making the same commodity liarto 1 growers of MudlHou ,' lletbu ClemoiiH.Mr. ,
lifted quarantine
have Johns county board of commissioners They were reported to have ntttMUkul tile meeting! culled 1 by I J!.j-roy Carmkhiiel" Misses. '
Kscambla, Santa Roan Okaloosn. ICts
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who replaced J. I). Ita h- taken certain Interests of the chamber of commerce uiul which Inez( CiTTmlthuel' Lois Heddlnh und ,
Walton and the western halt of / \ over S. .
ner chairman of the board, who Pennsylvania Sugar Company, one seas 111'11In\ MuillHou. Less than 1 lea Forsyth. motored, t to Sturko
Holmes. counties. The order removing 1
the quarantine became effective had been called. out of town. of the largest land owners of the IWO acren. were planted 1 to tobacco Saturday: morning. '
Everglades.; In order to obtain a In the county\ I thin year. but It \Dr. "K. I.. IliggM; of Starko. Hindu A I I I'

yesterday.* Jacksonville-Kil ]Hoberts guard solid block of land for their I operations t Iho enthiixUiKni shown by the far- a profesHlonal rail here Momliiymorning. I 1.J:
at the ]Kalford state prison farm Mr. Dahlberg and his. asxocl- users nt this aims( 'ial lob..oI1't'l. ;. ,
Tallahassee --- Florld.i's, newest was. discharged! by Warden J. H. lutes' negotiated\ with the Internal I Ing la maintained Il In otitlmuted Mlllo KerlUo. Norman who hams ,
acquarlum Industry the hatchery Butch for his alleged violation of i Improvement trustees to exchange that nt \east 1.000 acres will l lHeeileil h" been at Mrs. M.irr's hospital at

of crayfish. Is definitely taking' prison rules by loaning his automobile lands with I the state. 1 for 11128.!' Those prcHentHliciicil Slnrke t with typhoid lever returned -
shape. T. U. Hodges state shell to a prisoner who drove to up l for a lotnl of about !800 t homo Sunday 1111.1111 I gelling; I

lieu (commissioner announces that Jacksonville to nee a girl residing K"y"I'HtThrl'e car loads of acres and the chamber of coiumercn along. / line 49.5
the United States bureau of : near Pheonlx avenue and ]::ll'hlhslre.t. ': steel to bo used, In construclIon of InteiulH to follow up the BIICcoHsftil Uttlo Hazel! demons Is very 1111 P

ies, Washington has (flHher'l( Dueler Clark 28, the prisoner I the ma moth airplane hanger to he KPHture and make xure that this. week at her homo with \pneumonia. '' niMMnnt, l blue-whlto Diamond .
that a fish culturlst serving a 10-jear sentence built by limo Ijan-Amerlcan Alr- this. amount and potwllily several Mnnv ,people wish her n of unusual else
t rtoothbuy Harbor Station, has been I I hundred a( ren more are actually speedy recovery. of and brlllliiiiry. Our Santa.
ut the farm, was arrested at the I wnys. arrived In I the city (> d11 (JO flnpNt emit
detailed to report to the Florida girl's home here. He told police i| day. Contract for the work lln's-1 planted. :Minx\ inn 1 Forsylh was ji dinner I I mil Mho thu itliimaiul cutter special.white or Hut green In IB karat gold ,
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depart amt to direct the hatchingof of several similar escapades of (the let by" the end of thin. week. It guest, of Miss\ Jt'iinnetln johiiH, of r 1 I with the bcnuty rfKOUIIllIlK mounting.Hrprosontntlvc .

Crayfish In the state's hatchery coming, hero on several previous ;, was announced by olllctals of the Diiile City. Another week In oil Stnrko Snllll' In Monroe county as soon as the 'nights to see the girl but Warden company. I probability will .two the\ new Trade Mr, amid Mrs. Fred I'armentor.
begins. !Mr. and :Mrs.l Owen farnivntur uudi
spawning season ; Hilton declared that his Investigation I City station of the SeurHmritAir ,.
e 1 which' resulted In t the dllldla"e Miami -.A dispatch from 1':1I..HIIUI. Ulno Kallwny completed, needing/ I \,\ <1r<'n. of. Jacksonville, were I \I'l.
c Cedar Keys -Clues obtained ns of Roberts Indicated( the I says hlh'll1dll in the last few only placing. of fiirnlHhliiKH. uademitting culled home last i hnrsd.iy night/ s
the Imlentlty of two robbers prisoner's story to be untrue and weeks have wrecked prospects for 'In of tel, ./ iota-) to ("tie bedside, of their father. Mr.

; tof the Cedar Keys State Hank here I indicated that the one trip was nil a record' l tomato ('roIn\ the Hall Phone llncH, to bo ready for oc- Jim I'armenter. who Is very 111 at 7llV
last week. led to the apprehensionof that Clark had made away from Islands this Perfect homo
\ a mu year. (P11 pminey.1'orlt on the building I I 1 1,8 J a
two suspects Thursday In Pen i the' farm weather throughout the /growing him been rushed ever shire thu .. I p py
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Hullbronn Springs Dec.l 2.- -E1: r. v
aacola. A tip had been received, I seiiHim had raised growers' hopes. contractors started, und it will hu v 4a
Florida's 11)28) winds L. C. demons and son.. Junior Jl iI J i -.. J
< that they hud expressed suitcases Tallahassee- mo- Northeast and l southeast completed fully two. If not three sJ
and Mr. Carl Ilruco of Jacksonville
to the\ latter city. When they called tor vehicle tags are being turned have stripped blooms off the plants( : weeks before the time limit( set
the Pensacola olace of the the State !Motor Vehicle cutting the indicates wl'r11111 hili; friends( and t Q
at over the dispatch says In the contract expires. It In. y Thin model BlKln Watch with
cy American Epress Co.. they were 'Department at the Ualford tug yield though the quality doubtful If there In auy other city relatives here Silt mmriiay. 1. Knife and Chain J
promptly placed under arrest and plant, and will be distributed from U not yet affected. Resulting high 'In Florida that/ will have ImiHlmmi- Miss I Ina Forsyth. spent Sunday 50 to match. Choice
found to be but youths giving!( nn nalford to the various county'' seas havo Interfered with gathering er or more conveniently arranged, as /guest of ntru und Mrs" l K' II, $21 of white or green

thelm names Ernest [Purvis 17 agencies Charles W. ]Hunter state of the crop from the out islands I depot facilltloH than Dacln City demons\ geld ciwe.
and Alexander MacCIoud. 17. They supervisor of Industries announced. for shipment from Nassau. when the now Seaboard Htutlon In Mr. Carl and 1 Miss Ruby Koslcr! .50
ry'' claimed Innonccnee when arrested The tag are tho second I completed It In a combination dad Ina Forsyth' were visiting In $47

and had only $::10 In cash on them. year's lot to be made at home. Tampa--This section of Florida freight and paRnenger station Stnrko Saturday afternoon.
Prior to 1927 when the first home- experienced the direst November I built of hollow till! concrete und Mrs. Linda 1 Kite of Starke, wan 1 Elgln'Pmmrn- R1t New
St. Augustine-. crowd estimated made tags were distributed from la the history of the ]coal weather stucco. The outside Is finished, In visiting her sister and 1 brat licr-ln- mount" 17- WBltrmtaPremlar

at more than :3.000 gathered the Ralford plant, the state let bureau covering a period of thir orange/ color, thin bolng the style law, Mr. and Mrs \\0:. 1 n.! tlemons) JowolThin Ml 19 Jewel
from three counties Thursday yearly contracts! for tags to outside ty-seven years during the thirty lined by I the Seaboard on all Its stag last Friday und Saturday.Miss Model Whit (w J] Thin Whit
to see the new state road No. 4 < enterprises, most of them going days/ ending/ yesterday, said \V. J. dons In this slate. !Pearl Norman spent hint or a r e e n krr, or Green

south opened to truffle and dedi to the !Maryland state peniten Dennett government meteologlst week with her mint and undo\ EIrT Mold Cnso l.niiulul Strap Watch Gold CM*. '
and, Mrs M. tr. $11.9.;
(Tenon
'' IN. White tfuid-ailed coae. !R
'.. St. Petersburg.- The great Chuasaliowltzkn Llttln' -1 Hazel,; f demons; ;;; who him 1 J ,

8prlng' which form I been very 111 with pneumonia, !IH
A. F. Dement, Inc.-Adv. N 7,126-3 cot. x 140 lines
the river of (that nnnio with UMtl- some better.
muted flow of 100.000,000 gallon\ I Mr. Melvln MeKlnney of Sliirli 't a I IS17.50

of water In a tiny, have been offered i wan vlHltlng his rolher-ln-law, IM
to the city of :St.: Petersburg for Clemons Sunday,
$1 ::15.000 In a letter which\ has I I Mr. lay und Ituymond Nor- "
I linen addressed' (In "Mayor C. J. Mu- nuns were hiislnoss visitors at Mr. I Fully Wrist oUlLranteec2 w.tch. Newest tAd1I $$2.eJ0(;: movement III-Jewel Standardized Rectnngu-.

urer. These xprlngn, several In and Mrs fiurney Crews" nt f.oogi ...aW Ear, In newest style white gold c....
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number, huliblc up from the Ilrldgn Thursday night.
underground

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bout six: smiles east, of I Mr. Will\ MtKlnney and, two I -- h -

the <:elf of :Mexico' In citriiH coun :, soils, of Slurke were visiting 1'1.111- IN OUR GIFT DEPARTMENT
ty, not fur from, the llerminilocuiinty tlves hero SII nday, I
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line. The nniHsahowltzka/ 1 j Hu II" Wiggins of Stnrko. was l I Gifts for All Occasions
river In Hovornl I mllcH I visiting tho llcllbronn '
north of the school last
Waeklwurliue \ A wide variety of Christmas suggestions for
river' the springs: of V"III"Kll.JYlorlling.) .
which have figured miiHi In rela I MSH| Pearl Norman and lima For- I' : gifts of utility and beauty ranging from the simple -

tutu to a supply/ of soft water for sylli, worn biiHlnesM' visitors. to and inexpensive to the and
thin city. Starke I Wednesday morning. ornate costly. j

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TulluhasHeo-The state pardon outs 1.11111101111,1 J'uarl Norman und
board commuted the Hentenco" of 'Inn Forsyth, attended tho funeral
Arthur Keed.( alias Davenport! to I of Louise demons at New Hopo

life Imprisonment at the slate prison L furin Italford. Tho commuted //f'I'I K. L. 1I1/(1{>4. !Dr. W. K. MU1-

son IPlU'o grunted by the I board. wan ,, und Dr. Piirks made, a iiro-. i ,
< -< on condition that If Heed ever 1 I fesHlonal call hero lust Thursday,
rYgFdw 1 Mv ': : ,".1 should 1 make Ills night
tl + r r ," escapn' or attemptto I \ JiJ
> .* "*" .t.a f* ?* tmcupo from the Lust
; prison farm or Thiirsduy night' MSMPMUosn |
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"' .* '. "- -...,-*,"--...._. .*-' ofl.1. of purtlcfpatliiK In a mutiny at the I quite a few of the young folks,
-f : prison, his commutation was to ho hero with a tinny Quito a few A large and
I| varied at-lectlon otI
Complete
\.: ,'"' ....': service for B 1847 Hon!
'- automatically revoked !teed l. an I were present wad. all\ reported I a Cigarette Cane making a special ors hollow handle atalnlBM blndi
alleged l 'uml.lllllon of Louis Tbniiiax lino time. I 1 I I appeal to men aaChrlatmaa to' and utility tray
electrocuted Tuesday, at Hul- I :Miss I hue Foryth spent List P resents $5 $ to at t4.50
Jn all the
ford for the murder of a Tarpon Thursday as lima guest of Miss I I I Intent pnttcrns.rP .

t -The Ideal Pavement Springs policeman, wax under/, Ketlin demons.Hen .
HOII-I I I
tenca to bo electrocuteil next II
i 'III of )I r. .1 he; Parioeiiter j I II I

St. Petersburg ('(largei! wllli : Lust Sunday morning abouteight i I
for Florida Streets driving his train recklessly. W. A'I| / oYlock the) Lord sent an '
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Passer eMKlni'fr on the A* ('. L's angel to visit the home of Mr. and'' 4 N ( i
new Cult Count. Limited l-'rliluy' I :Mrs. Jim Parmeiiter and l took I,i
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was arrested I l by officers from Largo away I the beloved' husband amid I

of ( a little town JD miles. from I fat her. !Mr. Jim I'armenter. Mr. '' Vanities In Great. Beautifully Matched Pourls. BinK'e -
I I Variety.
portland
cement con-
PAVEMENTS here. H. T. Frederick, conductoron Parmeiiter Is an old 1 resident oftllrudford I Priced from Vi.DO to f3.1.0 and Triple' Strundn.
I'rlced at 'H to
their true rigid, the train which completed IIH '' I county and was a falUi-l' I yiM.noI '

lirut run from :New: York today, ;, fill worker the Primitive JlaiitlHt. I I If fllll'l IIIIIHIII I I' .
surface.Year after the 'ith- I you III see 111 or jour onti-nlcnci; u "IH'I..I|
even riding year ,: wan arrested on a charge of allowIng ihurch until u out two years ago ; ,, u-I'|>|HMIIriht room and ilittkroom
I the engineer to health failed 1 und he i soil I >IIIII onllTN. l h) Illllll, tar
tho him
operate spent ,, ,
stand the pounding of heavy vtaicmd: : : t >f Hii'ikliiK: yus.r I"L"k-
hula In a reckless( ,manner through his last. days on eurth here last Mill IIIIIIIIKC-: InIITIIK tit suit .
1'unu'u
rgas | |lit MMtit.. Vouunt
:f. facilitate the flow of traffic. Lurgo's liuslneHa. section. )| week, Mr. Parmenter was laid to I I )"", \\ rlnfor our i nlali>Kur. iii""tN well OHM.
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rest In the Uyal cemetery l.iatMonday
Tallahassee-Florida him a strain morning with Rev. Moody I'
Ernest Street above
Jacksonville, pictured flower, but apparently only a of Lacrosse and Hev. Kelly\ of i aili P rt61 Club'" %

furnishes a fine example of d.c! beauty and comparatively few are aware of It. llrooker oindutlng. \Mr. I'armoll-I'I ijmid

It Is the orange blossom It wa ter Is survived by u Mrll'l
distinction which portland cment: : concrete officially deslKiiated as such by Jlnl I'urmenter; three sons Owen i I

the legislature of 1900 by house and Fred Parmenter of Jackson-1
pavements are bringing to Florida Streets. a I i / I
resolution. Slate official here vllln; f Lacy Parmonter of Starke. I
have received numerous In iilrles| 'Three daughter's Mrs. Freeman
Far-seeing communities every: where are pav- ax to the state flower and have fledge :Miss Uolllo Parmenter and 111-113 Main St. Jacksonville, Fla.

ing with concrete-the overu helming choice asked that the public bo Miss Maggie Parmenter of thin I t MAIL ORDER PROMPTLY FILLED
ell with Its Identity and IIcflualllt-I' I place .
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t"'eUo--Cornpl..llon" of big
Fellowdhlp'' rmers In this locality cold storage plant here gives farmers
PORTLAND CEMENT ASSOCIATION digging potatoes and preparing of Jefferson county an opportunity -

521 Graham DIJif., JacUior.'.-lle! Florida to grind cane. to place country sau- We UDC
St. AUJ'uRtlne--OI lire escape sage on Florida markets. YES can charge your 0

on Orange street grammar school St. Augustine-St. Johns county '
replaced with modern escapes and territory north of here and, east. STORAGE BATTERY InSmith's 0 lllVO
PORTLAND CEMENT end stairways. of Dixie Highway set aside for ,

Winter Park--$250,000, new 'game refuge. i
unitary sewer system and Bower- Stuart-ll.GOO.OOO new concrete .

axe system and sewage disposal ) state and federal highway Starke'

CONCRE'TE plant here completed.Key between Vero Beach and Stuart Garage |

\\'ellt-Key Large over through Fort Pierre formally op- Ia.I .
Card Sound opened to traffic ened.
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Ilunnell-Itourl to mainland Inverness-New wholesale plant
from Key West will be completedby being built for Gulf Refining Com I I Stuart-Florida East Coast trucks through this city.

for, per man e nee December 1. pany.on North Pine street Railway clean up along their I[ Lake CitY-Snap buan harvest
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r at the close of which !Mrs. Hoover of the society will be held tl he ''UlUIIIUUIIiilUUIUIIIIIUIlUUIIIIIillllllllllllllllUIIIUIII' ''''' ''' '''''' ''''''' '' ''''' '' '' '.::,...Uiill=, i. J:..HIM.: *,HI"..MM.-hliJiittUUiiiiiiittti-"-. .,111.'..4..."--,''I.i.. .Guti., '..,llli..lUWlWHWt-tt. ..I uttl. .I"'IIIIoII'IIII.II..II.'II/II..IIWUIIIIIIII"i'[I '' _'
first Tuesday in January.
: served her guests a light refresh- ?

ment course. Two new members, CIIIMMtKN ()I.' COS"JBRCIEI.TISO
lIIrH. Tow IPS! and Mrs. Butler were :\ : t i
added to the Guild.

I The Ruby Davis Memorl n'' FUTURE
MKS.: / HOOKS IIXTKHTAIXSSTl'OY : Chapter of the Children of Coi FLORIDA'S f

t'lltl'M] federacy will hold a monthly bus

: I ness and social meeting; at tt INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT !,
Phone 29 The study circle of the Metho- home of Mrs. \V. L. Wall on Sa t3
I I afternoon, Dec. 10, at
ills Missionary Society' met Monday I urday I:'
I ufternon at the parsonage with i o'clock. A. K. Wall, Jr., will be tt>e
0e !Mrs. E. M. Hooks as the gracious host of the occasion. The Florida of the future will take rank in industries with the foremostie
1IO\ \VI :5IKS./ JOHNS Mrs. J. W. Andrews, Jr., and :\\11'.
History questions will be t
KM'KRT.U.N: : and MrsY. M.! Wainwright.lIsSI.s liontess. battle of Murfreesboro, Tenn.on industrial states of the nation, Grosvenor Dawe, secretary of the state industrial |
, +-- !Mrs. L. A. Davis was the leaderof
:\ : JACKSOV K.NTKKTAIV: : the study, which was taken All members are urged to bey! survey, told those assembled) at the joint meeting of the real estate :
lion and :Mrs. N. M. Johns entertained -
a numbor of their Misses Myrtlco and !Morwyn New from Testament.I the first four After books a of short the present. Lee Peryman Davis, board and the board of directors of the chamber of commerce at West Palm b

friend last Thursday evening with Jackson were hostesses to the H.O. business session and a study of Dlrectres s. Beach recently.
a lovely party She docoratlve II, club Tuesday evening! at the the lesson, the hostess assltpd by .
Scheme wan very attractively In home of Mrs A. Z. Adk Mrs. W. S. Blakely returned I
InK. A delightful her Marvin Hooks, and Mlsg
kvrpliiK with I the winter season, evening was. spent sowing. 'Kate: son Struth, served tempting homemade her home In Jacksonville Wet i The change into the industrial will be gradual but sure, he said, and its Ii
tl1I''d\ caudles and glowing polnm'tliaa Honor guests for the I evening wereMrs. nesday, after spending seven
cake and coffee.! :in Starke with her ultimately will that the slack between tourist will be completely
bolus! placed about the : A. Z. Adkins and Mrs.\ H. C. days parentMr. ; mean season "
which Those enjoying the the afternoon and Mrs. W. W. Halsden. 6
rooms were opened suite.
en
HI II'It. "
Colorful besides the hostess, Mrs her ly taken up. "The industrial future of Florida, he continued, "will be r
Kpanlsh !girl tnllloH directed At the the players to their places at a delicious. marshmallow fruit salad Hooks, were Mesdames A. Wood, who will spend the remainder of solved by electricity and electricity is here. Before the state is one year
the W. IS. Mlddleton, W. G. Halle O. i
nlno tables arranged; for the week In Jacksonville.
bridge.At hot course rliocolnto with saltines, fruit cake, L. Haynos, L. A. Davis, 11. 1\1. older it will be practically impossible to find a place twenty miles away
whipped
tho conclusion of tho and cream. Snyder, James Plckerlll, J.V.. Stuart-Development of 42 K "
Ramon Theo: "' enjoying the evening were: y from high power transmission lines.
a lovely embroidered linen brldKoft Misses Ethel! Orlflln; M.idwe.: / Mlddlpton. White, Misses Amelia Ray and acre farms on Gaines Hlghwa t
was warded to !Mrs. J, K. t'orpcnliiR 1 Knnlre" Perkins Florence Kate Struth. I( west of here planned by K. C. Mel q
being/ the holder of high Matthews !Mnnrnret Long, Sara An important business meeting I I filer. The nearness of the high-power electrical wires to all points and the I

Hitch ncnro received far the Indies.a box of Mrs.bath II torpedoes C- .kins'and.... .... '. .... .. .. network of hardsurfaced highways will mean that industrial plants will
II. ( ltltchsr.
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iiH lOW An winner of high be scattered throughout the state and not all crowded into individual cities,
for I lie men, Mr. Harold C. Wall '
received a linnd-pul tiled' ]JlutontIOl&lher > :M\ltK'Sra-IM' the speaker stated. Such decentralization in the establishment of indus-

1" a novelty tie rack metal and encased making deck lowcore The ladles-of-the St. Mark's J. R. DAVIS & CO. tries, he said, will assure that there will be no lessening of the attractionsof I

of curds was given Mr. K. M. DaTl Valid *. at the home of Mrs C. F. Hoover
Ilrllllunt hard candles were on Monday afternoon. The usual order I INSURANCEAGENCY varied as the human imagination can realize."

the tables during the games, and of business was carried out Including -

lit the conclusion the hostess served << plans The for renovating the I The development of the state within the past 40 years, he stated, has I
her guests u delicious refreshment rectory. food sale to be held ESTABLISHED 1886
course connNlliiK. of chicken lifter Christmas proceeds. of which been almost magical and "this is only a faint foreshadowing of that whichis 1

salad' Saratoga\ chips, olives cream will go to the Weed Memorial In I I
cheese-guava paste sandwiches and ialni'svllle.; wus also discussed.A 'II STARKE FLA. to come. ,
whistles In a variety of forum, given pleasant social hour was enjoyed

nu favors added to I the hilarityof after the business meeting, : ::-- "The area of Florida is 9000 square miles larger than that of New
the evening. ____ n'__ __ _

Those enjoying I hIs beautiful __ _. __ __u_ _.-__ _._. --__.___ __ ______ _. York state and 8000 larger than that of England and the surface as a home I
event were: Mr. and Mrs. N. has been scratched." The
I for men, women and children not speaker pointed -
ti N. Stl'rnborg, Mr. and Mrs 10'. F. I
Stump Judge nnd Mrs. A. Z. Ad- out that the state has more mileage of coast line than any other of the
I I
kins Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Robinson
,
Mr. and Mrs. J.V.. Andrews, Jr., THE i union and predicted that its ports would prove a great factor in the future f:

!Mr.\ and Mrs. E. M. Davis, Mr. and growth. Public utilities concerns are estimating that the population of the I
Mrs C. A. Knight, Mr. and Mrs.
II. C. Wall, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Fra- I state will be doubled by 19.10 and are building to meet that increase, he ;

zee, Mr. and Mrs It. C. Hitch said. I \
and Mrs.V. Wainwright, CarI
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and Mrs (1 I. M. Innmn, Mr. New Ford -Orlando Sentinel.We'll I

Mrs. It. J. Davis, Mr. and Mrs I
I.. Deiisley. Mr. and Mrs. I 1) C.
be industrial State smokestacks to begrime -
Jon OB: Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Corpou- i an yet-without
lug, Mrs J.V.. III: lion of Black
Mountain N. C. Mr. J. J. Truby! i our attractions.BANK .
and Mr. H. F. Demorest.c. I
I WILL POSITIVELY BE

A. :MKITIX; :: I OF. STARKE i

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The (ilrs' Aulllary- of the First I I I
The Bank of Helpful Sen'lceI
Baptist harsh met with Aliases I It
Cleo and Lena Hello Shepard at I I II
J'Ii
the home of Mrs. C. A. Knight I On
Monday afternoon. The regular Display I

devotional and. business meeting ,"."..'.'.'."..,"..'.'.'.'.'.''''''""111I'1'11I'111111I'111111I"1111I"111'11"11'11111111111'11"' '' ''' :'' ''''' '' ''' 1"11'1111I1'11I'1"11'1111'11'11'"lImllllll""II'"I1III11onl" '''''' '' '''''''''''' ', '''''' ''' ''''''''''' "'''''' ''' ll'IIIIIIIII'III'' '''''''T 'nmmintniinMiiiiniiiiniiitiimiinniiiiiiiniiiiiiiiirniiiiii''''' ''' ''', '' ''' .::1:.,!-i .
was curried out, sewing on tables I
napkins for the children's ]home In ,
YIiIIIIIaIwYILINANWAIWWIIeYllllall IIINIIIIIIIq tlI11eIIIIlY11114111iIlUIgp4111AlIIWIIIMiI1NIIIWIIIIII111x IIIIIWILI1eiMIIIILIitl1114e14NIlINpllllgMllllllidI
Arcadia was accomplished. The 410 <9 .9 m0' . e
hostesses served refreshments of .. 1
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lot chocolate and wafers at the 9

close of the afternoon, eleven .. Church Services .
HERE .0
members being present.

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-- ST. :M.tltK'S nit'IlCHKPISCOlMli
The four circles of the Women's -- AIi .- :

Missionary Society of the First -

Baptist church will meet Monday i I Sunday services Advent to +y l ". "wF (.
afternoon, Decemeber 12. at 3:30: I Christmas. -V I
o'clock: Circle No. One, with Mrs I I 10:00: a. m. Church school, Miss
J. M. Drownlee, leader, at the Sarah Malpus, superintendent. 'S i1i$ V
home of Mrs. C. A. Knight; Circle 11:00: a. m., morning prayer .
with Mrs 0. P. Raymond, 'PI! IV
:No. Two and sermon. : V
leader at tho home of :Mrs. P. :M. Tuesday December 15 11:00: a. m., celebration of Holy 1 : +
Barefoot; Circle No. Three Mrs I Communion on First Sunday of the :
J. U Sllcox leader, nt the home of I Ii month celebration on Saints Days, roll I

Mrs, P. S. McMillan; Circle No. I and Major Feast Days, 10:00: a. m. G a
Tour Mrs. W. J. I F.pperson, leader, Russell S. Carleton, Rector.
of Mrs J. H Lord. 9 to 12 Only .
at the home a. m. noon MKTHOO1HT- 11 111 .e '"

M."tltI.iI01": FOUMKIlTAKKK : I /
(Enoch Marvin Rooks, pastor)
ROY *

Sunday school Sunday morn-
The many friends! of Judge amt Ing at 10:00: o'clock, E. K. Per- 1Yes
Id'u. A. V. Long are receiving the
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following lily and announcement Mrs. John Walsh: anounca We Invite Everybody to Come In and I ryman and 7:30, Supt.Worship p.Sunday m. at 11:00: a. m.

". of their

..daughter tui Calvin the Ethel Long marriage Elizabeth Ensign, to United Aug- Look It Over and See What a Wonderful I 3:00: Hi-League o'clock. Sunday afternoon at

Junior League at 3:30: p. m.
State Navy, on Tuesday, the Senior League at 8:45: p. m.
twenty-ninth of November, one Car We Are Offering. Prayer moetlnl'edue8day evening ----- _
thousand nine hundred and twenty -
at 7:30 o'clock.
seven In the city Washington.. We extend to all a cordial welcome -
Augustus la the only son of I to all of our services
Judge and !Mrs. A. residents V. Long ofI I I 1 // Will Last
Gainesville, former I ritisnvTKiu.NSunday :
Stnrke!! and Is very popular with a I
largo circle of friends throughout __ School at 10 a. m.

thli nectlon of the state. He was Full Details Prices AvailableFor Preaching services at 11:00: a. Ride hard, and a Goodyear Tire will stay with
graduated from Annapolis u year on m. and 7:30 p. m. by the pastor.
ago and since then has traveled I I The Christian Endeavor meets you for thousands of miles.

extensively In connection with his I at 6:30: p. m.

duties with the United: Slates I Prayer meeting at 7:30: Wed- Ride easy, and a Goodyear Tire will stand by

Navy. I lesdny. A cordial Invitation to you month after month.It .
all.
ISSEU-nUIIIa. J I'AKTY I I / I

Dr and !\IrJ' IHlKK\ entertained Earliest Possible Place I R l'TIyT really doesn't matter whether you pile up :

with nn evening turkey dinner I' Delivery tire mileage all at once, or spread it out over
recently In honor of Mr. nod i (I O. J'. Raymond Pastor)
Mrs Harold C. Wall at their lovely NowCarsVill Be Deliv I! Sunday school 10 a. m., J. F. the years-
I Your Order
home. The rooms were opened, IKIckllter.: Supt.Worship .

en suite and n beautiful color I I at 11 a. m., sermon by I Goodyear gives you the best service under ev-
scheme of yellow and whlto wits I I ered in the Order That the Sales Are I the pastor.
carried out most effectively.! I'' | At 8:39: p. m. our' Junior and ery condition, all the time. They cost no more

The dlnlnis! table which wn" 'i I Intermediate n. Y. P. U. will Join and often less than you are asked to pay for
covered. with a lovely Cuban linen I Booked. | the other societies In the Presbyterian many inferior tires.Supreme .
centered with a bowlof church to enjoy n program
cloth wus I
ftonrireouB; yellow chrysanthemum I I by a delegation! of young people
and, tall yellow candies cast I from Gainesville. ,
their mellow glow; over the perfect Regular evening worship at
appointments! a several course 7.JO: I p. m.
I IBev"rnl I' evening! the pastor -
.dinner being sesved.! Wedni-yliiy! Service Station
progressions" of bridgewere will continue his address on
durliiK the evening: -W ; the Epistle!: to (\illosslonsi 1
enjoyoil I ANDREWS Jr. ( NO. 2 PHONE 83
Wainwright --- i>'-----
and. Mr.\ and Mrs.]\ W. M. I I
v v Clewiston Plan making for
establishment
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and I
won high honors i I0
and rt-I of sugar: plant here. AOAWY uWRNAAIMAlIn1Al'InMn7M11a1N' lYq'ICAa9' ,wmWlxlAdIAMa_ eta'IaaagngaaROaglWq.' qIAMMIIaIMqn
.jolvfd handkerchief a deck of cards roapectivcly.ix A I i i Authorized Ford Dealer | lirtllovlewNew' chicken hatch- ,
some
hand-embroidered li liplilowcasee I 1 | try being built on Cedars' Poultry' Sarasota-Construction underway
pair of dainty I Farms on Dlxii., High way. tion of signal tower to operate
were presented to Mrs. I j on two steel radio towers In
"Wall. "[I ; Starke, Fla. Phone 118\, I Plant will City be -In New operation fire alarm here system In- Payne Park.StarkoWork. signals over each of main street
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lovely affair w ref
thU
Enjoying crossings. .
-- ''near future. begun on erec
Mr. and Mrs II. C. Wall, Mr and .- .. -.. ------ _. ,
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-Ilwwalaullzuua,--. ii i ..* ,."uiwtwWwwuuu,i : ...uuuuwu'wuuuiluiuwuYilwuueuamwuwYluawuauuwruwW. """ . ber of the Lawtey School faculty I, Mrs Anna: Illrhnrd for several' I Nm.fleet<< of Newberry. spent Friday Sunday after upending the weekend made this office Times a pleasant call.
Union
lJrenl.lI.Ir.: and 1 Mrs. County ,
In Slurke the guests of Mm. with Ills I>
spent the weekend with her parents days.
s Mr. and 1\lr\ .. A. Wood H.: L. Drownlee and Mrs It\!. CSI J. J, Illgdon. They were nccomp111 .- -. .- -- ---
I :Mr 'lj l'mslolII--r'; : Tnlln- It h. tied, home by J. J. Hlndon, who Mrs. L. A. Davis, Mrs. J. M.

Bits of Fat -young-hens--for--sale at IIIII..IIJI'. Is the guest of hiM brother- --.- --- -- .. will nerve on the petit jury In t'. Mitchell und her guest Mrs. E. F.
I who faInl'restell S. .Federal, court this week.Mrs. I'omnroy of Jacksonville returned
Listen want
Wood's. 25c per lb. > In-law and slater' Mr. and MTU. wo everyone I
.. Lakeland
In buying Christmas -- -- Friday from a motor trip to -
S. S. ttowllUK.
Paul K. Canova -who Is attending
l cal Ne rI business. college In JIICkHOn-1 Frank Carpenter returned home ,i < "mploti' < line of first grade ,'nnI pave u sppnd-tlie-day party last ''of Mrs. A. M'; Davis and Dr. and

villa, spent the week-end Sul(urdny from a motor trip to I Idles at a remarkable low price Friday nt her lovely homo In hon Mrs. J. 11. MiUhell, respectively.
I I 1 them trust of Mrs. J. '\'. Kllllan of IllackMonnlaln -- --- --.-
mother Mrs. Florence"" Emma: Ca- paints In central Georgia, accompanying Come In and look over. or
Concerning Our People Business and nova. lilt aunt Mm. II. 11. Hop- | End llvocery N. C.. who It visiting Sheriff and Mrs. W. J. Epperson .

I Progress of the and I son of Jacksonville, there tlio first i iI I -- ---._--..- _._ -- lier father, Mr. .1. III. Trnby. fur I had as their!' guests, for the day f
County Town.
Sunday all the members of their his i
Mrs. W. P. H ndall of Jacksonville I part of the week Mr. anil Mrs Homer it. Llm- some time In Starke. KnJnyliiK'

: has been visiting her parents Lau g tt have hud as their guests recently the liooptlnllty, of Mrs. Dell from Immediate family The occasion
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,..KiiBntniimmniiimiiniimiiaimimniminiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiimmnmi, ( .lnon7NUO.pun.A.u.midii.N< ., ,. ailnn', m,|on, ,",nl.sualslnxnellesueunulnnsm, ,,, ,) ,, !,,, ,, ) j| ''I'' Mr. nnd hire J. M. Alvarez I I As Xmas approaches- << !Mm. Llmbauffli's sister Stiirku. h..HI.h'lIJrH.. : Kllllnn were<< : bolng Sheriff Epperson's. birthday l
I I several days this week. ? ? T ? 'r T !Mm. \\'. 15. lliitchlnson and \VITIIKHPeriod : Iml'OHT I Allen's I'urlor 'urIlU"I--Ullnp- 1 ? ? ? ? ? of Albany On.Mrs. Wall, H. A. Weeks and T, J. Griffin. to the highest\ by Mr and
proached In design quality and I Mrs. n. L. Epperson and children
tJ
Allen's Parlor Fnrnnce has patented ? T T.7 ? 7 ,
ending December 7, 1927.
finish Jon<1H Hardware of Jacksomllle. Mr. and Mrs. Dale l lH.
1\lalX. Min. Company. heat radiating /fins and old 7 7 7 7 ? T Lester Harper I left last
Date 1 82 63 I'reelp I'I time fireside cheer-the Ideal -just give her a now car. Qulglcy week for Nashville, Tenn., for a Congreunn<< It. A. Grern nt Vnnslckel of Gainesville Mr. j 1
Dec. .00 K. M.\ !Nix I : development agent I and Mrs O. A. Anderson of Law-
Starke representative of the Second
Christmas gift. Jones Hardware and Davlrt. VIwit with her parents until after<<
2 80 61
Dec. .09 for the Seaboard Air Line ]Hallway Co. Florida District, left Starke Icy, Mr. and Mrs W. J. Epperson, t
the Christmas holidays. Mr. Harper
3 III! 63
Dec. .67 wan a visitor In Starke Tuesday Jr., and Mrs. Epperson's brother,
,
The executive board of th.001011'11 .> before Thursday for Washington to attend -
--- ------ expects': to join his wife
Dec. 4 46 45 'I' of Merlin (III. 1 ,.
II. M. (Knight
Dec. 5 6t 36 .110 Starke's new bakery will open \\- ( Illb held 1 Its regular i I the holidays.Don't 1 lie seventieth session. of I III r j
--- Sheriff and Mrs.
8 70 40 .00 for business next week I the building meeting Wednemliiy morning at I .. .- Congress which convenes "'I'ldnY'1 i who was visiting 1
Dec. Come and see our beautiful line lie said that hn would fight ruo..1"trenuou..ly Kpperson: several<< << days the first of 1
of <<
All lllIMllU'HH
now undergoing repairs and the Cllll llOllHU.
...."e. 47 .00 of reasonably priced gifts. Mar! forget to the
for Iho of
trniimictcd.MIH. repeal
repainting.FOR the club
1 WHS t tMisses
i
guerite's. : tii'ocery next Friday and' see __ +
Total rainfall ______.70 -- - If you have/ t the. lucky key that unlocks federal Inheritance tax and nuisance !
------- : f'll rrl. Uglow, I'a rt''dl\
-- -- -- CIIIlISl'MAS--What would .\, Z. Adklni nnil, Miss I the mysterious' Yule lock. taxes, the reduction of the I

Mrs. U.""M. Inman was u visitor Miss :Margaret Long spent :Monday give more pleasure to all the family Amelia Hay were In Oiilne"vlllTliurMilay. I You may Im the lucky one that receives or porn, I Ion lax and he would again I.a in he. Alice Fernandez Onssle 1

to Gainesville Tuesday.Fat I In Jacksonville attending the than a 1I11lIew <<'lIrT Willys mid while there were the 100-pieee dinner set, the26piece continue his battle for the Suwannees Mae Dennett and hMna:, llutto, And, ,/
i Instrmtlon meeting of the state I .
Knights nnd Whippets at Qulgley guests of Mrs. M 10.: Kilwni'iN. iiml Silverware and river clearance for navigation Joe Oliver and Ernest Wllmot attended /
auto tag agents. Rogers/ nod the rross-stato cnnul. the district\ convention of ':
young hens for Bale atwood's and Davis Mrs. A. V Long I the Belfast Linen table cloth and, I I
tho Christian Kndeavor In Gainesville \
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25c per lb. Allen's parlor Furnacebent ---- -- ----- 6 napkins.Mr. .

nnd most economical Jones Hardware al's, George marts soul Mrs. Mr. and :Mm linvld I. Amen line) i; ..- .- ---- -.. A group of young people from Sunday. The principal speaker -
.
'\'. I E. Torode, of Lawtey, were In aa their guest several I days last' Gainesville are expected to attend of the evening was Mr. Jerry
Henry Stalls of Gainesville was Company. and Mm. l I': A. Towlu anddaughter of West
town and I the Union Young 1'coplo's. C K:. Johnson, Field secretary,
Wednesday afternoon to attend wpek, Mr. l Mrs C' I. Amen and Kllzuhetli: /
a visitor In Starke Sunday. ----- ---- Mary arrived .
Carrlo Ugluw
W. II. Andrews of Lake Iluller, the U. D. C. meeting nt hi rs. and children Irving and Wlllliinl. here lust week from Winter meeting Sunday evening at 0:30at : Palm Rvnch. Miss otI
[.J. \1.: Itrownlee's home. of Lake Worth (he TresUytcrlan church. A cordial was elected l district secretary
was a business visitor In Starke Haven and (Imvo<< a part men t at the
Mr. and Mm. J. A. Saul motor .. Invitation Is extended to all I bo University District of C. 1 K.:
1 -- --- -- --
Saturday. home. of Mr. and Mrs T..1. Alder
1 ed to Green Cove Springs Sunday. :Mr. und Mrs J. II. Lord andMiss Mrn. F. 1). John hail an her man. They expect to bn In Starke the young people of Starke to this The meeting next year will be held

I Lloyd L. King, who Is conducting \ Fannie Lord. motored to St. guests Sunday afternoon lierRrnnddniiithter some limo us Mr. Toole I.1 e"11"III1'IIII'I'r meeting as It will not Interfere In Starke.

T. J. Terry of Lawtey was a the singing of the revival Augustine last Thursday and attended Miss Lolxclln Turner for the business visitor In Starke Tuesday.Buy the road celebration I 1 services Copies of the current Issue ut J
meeting In Hawthorne, was a visitor unit a party of young folks of ,
- -- -
In Starke _. _____ ." ____ I alneHVllli -- The Sniper magazine of cartoon t
Saturday Llnten, folks I've snub very impudent -
Mrs E. V. Pomeroy of Jacksonville and humor published by tho AmiM Hosiery. nt Carl Johns, who now holds. n to tell Thekeys 1
your --- -- -- -- ----- lIeWIi yon.
I who has been the guest of of "frKIIIIIIllllta.ry: Institute.
"SternberK'M.. 1 Holiday goods now IH-IIIK li.! position In Jacksonville spent the I We have a Hplemlld< line of all will all l h.. none by Thursday
Mrs J. M. Mitchell!. returned toher have been received hero and former
played at SMinberg's.Mrs. week-end with his parents Mr. kinds, of citmlleH. Conm in and try night lI1'e..22I1d and If yon have,

Mrs. S. F. Ham rick spent Tues- all day In Jacksonville. : S. A. Hussy and Mrs. Glenn __ I that nets the wonderful net. Kant": belter! get In t lhln week nil you maybe e
Frank Salmon' l who wan to bows are greatly pleased to nee
Smith of Newberry were recent One lot lumber 2xls and, 8s at Kiul: Urncery. The Bent for ICHH. the huky ono tin Friday n... .
ly coniUMted,I with I the slate rend that his talent and sense of humor
L. H. 11111 of Lawtey, was a business guests at the home ot Mr. and Mrs. $25 per 1000. Quigley & Davis. I Why pay more? 23rd: yon are linked. to 111'1111YUllr ,
department here Is again locatedIn have placed him nmong I the contributors -
II. L. Urownlee. --- ----- keys and try them on the link
-- --- '
visitor In Starke Thursday
Sturki, to tills well-known<< college
I ---- ----. I lion and Mrs. E. M. Johns and :Mrs.. Nannie llowHl lies returned Kant: Km; Grocery.J. publication. Four ot hit humorous
The Telegraph's Christmas Issue I Mr. and Mm. W. G;, Hallo have little daughter Gloria and. Mrs. to her home\ In Jacksonville .- ---
of Starkestale's contained I In
Col. II V. Knight sketches nr
will be mailed out next week. : as their guests his sister. Mrs I H. C. Hitch wtorl'l.o, Jacksonville after NpenilhiK, Mix weeks In S to'kit W Kllllnn of Black !Mountain. I I This
I attorney, attended ... i Hoy Dyal and son, (Hoy, Jr., of :Mi Siiturdny and attended, theMarlandFlorida with Mr. and Mrs. J. I.. Klcklltor, N'!I C., arrived In Starke to considered
here this week.Talon County generous recognition\ III <<
ami. : I football Jr. upend a couple of weeks with bin
11011. mid Toys now being opened I game. '1.1 tilt's. quite complimentary to young
wife, who has been visiting her
---- -- ---- -- .
$" I he Is a"rat",
litWillie Matthews only
- \ us _
up Iernberg's.-- Buy him n Maiiliiillan Shirt fur Mm. Marie 11. Steven and little father, !Mr. J. M Truby for Homo
-- :Mrs W. S. Hlakely and little I Judge A. /. Ailklns, of Staike having matriculated at V. 1''.!. I.
XIIIIM at Htcrnbeig's.Hamlltan. "lii' u K!liter. Nancy arrived In Stnrke time.
Mart Agin of Willlston son, Hilly of Jacksonville, were 1 .. was lu Luke. Puller this week Ue- In September several d.iyH ago to Bpinul n few -' -- --- --
was a visitor In Starke Saturday. the guests of her parents Mr. und | big judge. of the circuit court, He Is a gradiite. from Hradford
.
Hitch, Orbs Wigginsand days with frlrmlH, after Imvlrnt Key Jj.j. King of Apopka was
Mrs. W. W. BnHden, several days which hits horn, In Reunion here Ho County High Hl'lulOll'IaHII of 1927
Comer Long were visitor to tills spent (the Hummer In Massarhussetts. : "!t' Sliest of Mr and Mrs .1. T.
Mr. and Mrs. Brook Shlpman Jacksonville Sunday. week.---. << I Quigley Saturday. lie has just returned ----- -
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were visitors In Starke Staurday. .. from iciirgrlu where he conducted -
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Ill color oily alt Sicrn- I I
Fat young hens for sale at yarn Granges'( 100 for Slue Grapefruit the song services and "' 111- I n;

Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Durden of Wood's. 25c per lb. I h""I'H. : 100 for Jl.OO.: Clipped, fruit, ( dren's hour In u meeting with \Dr. SPECIAL HOLIDAY GOODSirATCIIKS
Hampton were visitors In Starke -- ---- .
direct from grove to you. Why It. W. Thlot.From
Friday. I L. Mrs. A. 7.. Adklns, who has been ,, AND JRWRLKYU'riat
H. Partridge of Lake City pay more? Azalea plods for mile, -- -- -
was a business visitor In Starke the guest of her sister !Mrs. JamesC. fink ( Indicia ) :t5c to 05c. .J, S. C. ( n field 1 of cahliago set October 1

Men's ties. In Xmas. boxes<< 11I1.00'at the first of the week Adklns at her home In Highlands ('..Illn.., Helvedere !Nursery Knrlo-; ISth, A, Ilrnnke has ben cutthiK I //1'afthrS, ClraillH. Charm, Cuff Iluttomt

StcnilxTg's. < returned yesterday to ton Fin nnd Hlilpplng cabtiiiKe for
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Mrs J. T. More and children of the University of Florida I !State's Attorney and \ I9'2t.1 and Galnuavllle markeln. Mr. I Wm. J. ILIFFE

Lawtey, were visitors In Starke spent! the weekend at home. Mrs E. S. Matthews returned I Knight motored to llronke stated be llmln ready mar

Saturday afternoon. I ------ home Friday from Jacksonville, Tuesday accompanied, by AI1 1 keta<< 'fo'the collage and returns
Engraving Optical Hepairing
Miss Grace Wood, who Is a mem where she has been the guest i>fjii f ice n. Thomas, who will upend( pay him well. / ,

A car load of new Willys- I soma time there Hull Hldg., Starke, Fla.
Knights and Whippets to select 1 Mr and. Mrs. Arthur
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from for Xmas. Quigley & Davis. Mrs W II Tucker<< and Mrs Joe of Jacksonville., returned. home .. J

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A. J. Whiting of Ocala nine ,... --- _._. .",.-..,. -. -
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John Sharpe of St. Petersburg, le STAKKK:, FIOIIII

Is visiting his sister, Mrs. J. M. -
Represents' << the Ilt-Ht Lrililiiin' Insurance Companies
Alvarez.

.. FIRE ACCIDENT LIFE. AUTOMOBILE: BOND, LIABILITYAlMl'ST.Mr.XTS q
One lot of beautiful hats $2.l5.!> ;
at Marguerite's. .- : ; : \1\)10; : KOMITLY; I

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A. A, burden of Hampton was

a business visitor In town Wednes

day.


Mrs. A, N. Phillips and Miss


in Ronnie Gainesville.Snellgrove spent Saturday all'' LJt" t \' rvecv Our (Minns Stocks Compete and fresh


Handkerchief In Xnias boxes,

S5o to 91.OO at Steinberg's.


Mrs. J. K. Matnes of Lnke But- SPECIALS FRIDAY & SATURDAY

ler, spent last Thursday In Starke, .
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the guest of Mrs. D. E. Knight. -


Itnvnl "HfM-lety InoTponslvo pncknirebenutlful Xmn$ make Rift. y dh2SD 2" :op::; Walnuts, pound, 32e Pillsbury's Flour, 24 Lbs. $1.30


Bay them at Steinberg's.

---!...---.- New 32e Potatoes10 29cI
Brazil Nuts Lb. pounds
as Mr.their and guest Mrs.Mr.L. Davis'A, Davis mother have Five Hundred DollarsWhat ,

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:Mrs. Mary A. Davis of Fernandlna.

Mixed Nuts 40e SUGAR 15 pounds 98cMA
Leo Wiggins, Victor Lambo and will you do with it?-You haven't got 1 pound, ,

John Torreulla motored to Jacksonville it Well)) I 1 .
you say. you could have had it-if -
afternoon.

-Sunday ----- you had started only a short time ago-to deposit Ii Raisins 15c Pkg.u box 43c

Come In and look over our line regularly every week-or every month, /!) ,

of heaters, wood oil and electric. a part of your earnings.A .


Jones Jack Hardware Bond highway Co. officer U dollar)) here-a dollar)) there-tossed off for I II; Candied;: :J Cherries, Lb. 60c Figs Conklrlj7 3 pound pkg. 42c

this or that needless luxury pleasureseems
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1 his Roth bent--now.Baptist- -and---Methodist- mount so up little to a-sizeable but in the su'm.aggregate they soon I t II GTCil; Peppers, each IeII Flour Sl riilrn'i1 pounds, $1.10


1 churches have been given a new III -

I coat of paint. __ ________ Many big and successful business ventures 4 ill CABBAGE lOc Sweet Potatoes 10 25c
lff(1fJ! <'" have been started on a sum less than $;)00. If il: SS; pounds,

you had $500 today-you could be keeping eyes i -
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I"!! es doz. 29c Lemons Per Doz Zoe
-and have that money working for you. .b.. pipe 1111J1 .

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AT A GREATSACRIFICE I IJ t Or-you could ask us to assist you by offering : 4! 5c Salt Bacon Per pound 16c

suggestions of ways to increase your savings ; ; st eEggplants, ,

-then soon-it would be $1,000. I iiif


$8.95 x I i ij You ii'ill be surprised! at the many ways we I :iij: I,rr7iy Carrots, pound l, Gc } Grapefruit, 2 for 15c

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4-: \ i I,I II I ;uHi"llno IN very volatile1 several Bprlnkler.Vlth thU way there ''I parent cause. Brick and other-porous
SOIL STERILIZATIONSTOPS
applications necesBury for good I little danger of the water walla up from moisture, or

I results Even when crude pelroIptiin to the low places before It hUM. It may work up from springs thru

Farmers & Farming IH used, several applications DAMPING-OFF time to settle. the foundations of brick or stone
are usually necessary. After the solution has been houses. The causes should be

i TIlt! adiill lick IIIIK eight legs plied the surface of I the soil IIhou sought and, it possible, removed.

re alll<) IH blue or brown In color( The IN TOMATO SEEDBED be thoroughly covered with a To prepare damp walls for calcimine -
IMilor
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| young OUCH are Ir..ylshllId have I paulin, canvas, or burlap bug. or paper, make a size of 1
| only KX| legs. They are usually I -- I'over'npreventa' / too rapid ounce of alum and 4 ()za, ot boil-
foil lid( In clusters on the parts of I er associate plant pathologist of oration of the disinfectant. ed linseed oil. Apply one 01' two,
Klcrlll/Mllon t Soil N Only !S >
iMttliotl <
Truckers Are Invilvd to t Contribute Articles i>
and -
Farmers Hit! fowl where the foul here arethinnest the Florida l Experiment Station. covering should be left on the coats and let dry before papering.Or .
I of Farm Experiences: and .Methods FoundTo '' mall UH miller the wings/ : to Control PIIIIKUH The plant bed may tie titerlllzed I for at leant two days. After apply with a whitewash

He Best Suited to Our Country mid on this thighs.\ TrouMisKir. by either of two methods. The I It can be removed and the brush during summer when the

-- tint method consists of a solution stirred to hasten evaporation of wall Is dryer a solution of 1 pound
I I'liint OILY--First 1 car of grapefruit Culnpevllle .. n"c.-In the of formalin and water made of I formalin. Five days after the (' of castlle or other hard white soap

for currant ttt'iitton shippedfrom preparation of Hepcllieils; for tomu- four plntH of formalin and GO gallon er hUH boon removed. and the In 1 gallon ot water, Let stand a
stirred It will be ready for day or two to dry. Follow with
here meenlly l IIy K.V.. toes and other vegetables Florida of water. This should he applied a
ot the Heedbc'd. second cout of 1-2 pound of alum
I litmh. Inr. farmers should hear tn mind that at the rate of one /gallon to paration
Chicken Thieves I JlJl'lhlllll'no--Het'ulI,1, street paving I the only miru way ot controllliiK each square foot of Boil Biirface. The other method : tu a punful of water, and let dry
I sterilization. This before
IH steam papering
program here lIelrlll'om./ the much dreaded (lampnK-i! IH The bcRt way to apply the xolu-
of steam To Uemove Mold from \
onsltutes the a "aIlHTo .
use --
pletion, I I 1 mill Hterllzatlon IItlvlllPII (1. 1"'. Weh- tlon la with a common garden
of considerable capacity and a 1'1" remove mold or mildew from
--- ---------- ----- tangular /galvanized Iron pun. lar walls or ceilings, apply with a

(Iy Spuds JnliiiHon) jtlon I that exists In (lie state. Chicken .-- -----0. enough to cover a ,' whitewash brush a solution of 1

Newspaper reports slate that dealing Is prevalent III a number urea, but mnnll enouRh to be pound, of chloride of lime dissolved
uhout )0) highly/ Tl/oil| purolircd of different/ sections. The FOOT HEALTH TALKS I ed by four men. The pun In U pailful of water.T .
rhlcltoiM wonNtolcn from the I have, sides six to ten Indies. prevent dampness when building -

flock of I the CollcKu of Agriculture thieves night, ret can enough make/ it chicken raid 1 und meat In one tn Corns Caused by Pressure and Friction I Iy with sharp edges, HO that It after the walls are a few feet
Lint wcr-k. These chickens were lie Inverted and pushed down above the ground lay a row of
sell fur $:.100 $ tHO( whirh'likes
valued al more than $5.000 by or a the soil. In this position It stone or brick with a mixture of
College of Agriculture niilliurltles It pretty. profitable for I Bv WM M SCIICH.L. M D collected to the boiler by a tar pitch and fine sand In place

while they could bn Hold for nut I them. I :teur.ilpitclallit, IB foot Urlhopnllcs hose so the steam from the of mortar
tit between( $:.1110' and $10(1.( ( Or. Several Floridi. comities have 34.s I Is discharged Into the e
I Maby persons have a natural reluc
N.V, San horn. professor of poul- formed, chicken protective. ussocla-1 pUll CHIPSIn
Iry hiiHbanilry, hud xpt'iit' the pant tlons. I'oiillry growers life organlzed Tmii'c in mpniioniiitf corn aud aeat The steam should IIP ( ':

eight yearn, I In t breeding( and building ,I, anil I I offer rewards for achlekin tat to scent' remedies until the, oe- I'led Into the pan until a potato Florida National Egg-laying

up Iho College flock, to n high thief. Crower watch'' Wane painful Wllb a better unowl medium size hurled six Inches Contest which closed recently, two

,4''lite. Kach: year birds' that did their flix Its, und havu even guns I .lee at foot nygiene this feeling will I the soil U completely cooked. p'I hens passed the 300 mark. One

not show themselv" to bo of tlio handy. Some of them havu, used I II tlisitppear the only thing to oe remove the pan to another part hen laid :310 eggs.

very lilgheHl type were dlHcardeil, I these guns with telling effect. j! ashamed ot in the case of corn unsuiiuj the bed and, repeat the '

All thoHe lie had, left were the 1'omiibly oilier conntleii ulioiild'organise. the nettled' ot one feel that This method It more I At a meeting of county council -

deani of eight years' work. Thlx At least HOIIIC! hin/( :hat caused them I than the formaldehyde met In !hide county recently 40 women -
eight years' work wan brought tunaiiglit should lie done tu break up thin i Ir dcnnnif with corn I* !I' well) to but It Is. considerably more were in attendance, and 38
know that there several vanetienni
by u band of thieves In one I chicken tliloveing. In the aggre-1 arc 'sive. of them Mere club presidents.A .
corn aura n> nora and loft corn
night fin they practically leaned" gate, tliH chickens stolen over /11] suopusaieo: :=orii ana oorvo-vaaculer The term dumplng-off Is ,.
out the thu k. leaving only four period of time amount to considerable corn One 01 tile most common u to denote the wilting and rll\1tll\ survey by the home demonstration

IieiiH. Hum of money. Of i the nerd corn lover of young seedlings In agent In Columbia recently -
While the College !once heavily course" I Iho chicken thief Is not us j It l> produced oy the constant pres- seed lied. It Is prevalent showed that the average
in I Ills I theft, and' brooders of the during and ui Hpeclucnlar us the | surd. and trirtion :if a tight ot imall year In trucking sections, nnd community hud 17 dlHerent vegetables -
)>n'je :or a loose ana Ill-atung shoe 1 ',L.oUc '. ,,3ew
xtnle who had been looking to the jewelry thief or the highwayman. | jtitcks plants other than the growing.
College for Homo high producing but he In Just uu. despicable And Arfaiu the orojecunr point of some It attacks the plants sometimes
oooy surface a* on rbe
1 birds lose also, thin I theft dimply when one I's rnnght/ alive h.. Should prominent list tom| ? ot the rnird fourth *noiii 'fe>r they have been set In the Community meetings in Ala-

serves to cull attention to u Hllua- ho put under the Jail. lie toe tt e r..,impa of trtcttoo It Is usually very dlfllrult to ihuu county are being attended by

--- cachet than o> ... .:e U the trie- .e : the organism' causing this the men, women, and children, reports -
dun is api up I CHICKEN TICK CAN / "which produce intJummi-. produce It. The only \ IIll'utlllll agent.
lion Heat docrenaei the inflammation of method combating It Is tlu'
tndurnrion a thickeninB ot
or
i-n"inn sterilization of the seedbed., Sudden changes In temperaturecauses
BE ERADICATED tin iKin behind Renewed friction
BY reproduces these results leaving Denim e wool garments to shrink.In .
HINTS TO HOVSKWIVKSfare ; : :
garmentn wash
washing wool
I ) a second or accumulated degree
THOROUGH .f induration 1 and rinse In warm water and hangIn
METHODS
I roe continued action and reaction Corn Are Caused by Foot Neglect. of \Vnlln. a warm room to dry.
IJ J brine -n 4 "ollociti rising above the To dry Walls that are Dump. I
and bold tt In position.It should be corrected. Then the trio
al.1 surface ot the 'Kin Once tormea there Is much dampness In a : In making plans for the farm
Hi' "Slicnly (iivcd SIIItIl"HII..III'I: Chickens which have been pressure alone will, lufnce to sustain' la impossible to bop to rid yourself non and pressure which have earned that Is not commonly heated.
hlcliVIII I it of corns U you peralat in wearing! the corn should be removed. .. a I next year do not forget that wa-
Prow' tacked
HelpfulGainesville by u large number of those I may cause the walla to mold
roe Bard corn is a tmall conicalihaped boea that cause them. Narrow-toea. preventive measure to remove pressure ter system you have been promising -
to l'uullr3npn of 10111.1. paniHllea become emaciated and I beep-eealea oornj formation crimping shoes that crowd the fore- from the con shaped growth, mildew, besides being your wife The Agricultural
unthrifty. In extremo canes birds "usually lound ([lout the toe*. the spec part'Of the toot, pressing against the pads mad from layers. of odd O* To absorb the dampness, Extension Division Gainesville,
Due.Due to the lie from tho losa of blood, but this jt tnu formation preaaing down upoo toes are a frequent cause Of corn Line plaster, cut to the necessary oval unslaked lime in flat, open) has u complete bulletin on Water
recent discussion. of the poultry Is not usually I the rnso. Kgg )production I I the :ovum' 31 the mn roe weakening and breaking down of shape with a heavier outside shoulder as dripping )puns, plates, or : and Sewerage Systems for Florida
tiurniiife known us "hliieling" or IH cut down seriously by i I II Very frequently extraordinary motion the metatarsal arcb In the forepart ot for protection will relieve the motion. cers. Lime has un affinity Rural Homes. A postal will bringIt.
i. produced .against the toe where the foot causing the foot to eprpad Such pad are widely aold. Next, the the
chicken lick, poultrynien who are I the weakened, condition of the fowl I dampness und also purifies .
the aldea of the shoes should be properly (Sued. 87
the foot I* sroorded ar forced into the and thUD rub against
nut familiar with this pest will he Infested with the ticks. I Renew the lime as fast as It .
relieving the and maintaining -
I toe it the hoe due to a weakenedarch bo* will cause coma.It pressure
interested, to learn that It In combating this comes alr-sluked and crumbles Il1vol'uelill-T Scnrdusls buildIng -
In
nolan parasite a hue can oe relieved oy fittinga I* dangerous for an inexperienced the body warmth the akin aaci* I
Impossible tusk to kill this tick, thorough clean-up In necessary suriticni plate 01 arcb aupport incuviduallv person to attempt to cut corns an act I note are promoted consequently to a fine, dry powder. new ono-story brick structure
although very thorough measures "explains) Dr. Shalllf'Y11 rubbish to the foot that will Bold which may lead to Infection. causing the horny callous growth tq Walls are often dump for no II In business section here.

must 1m adopted( states Dr. A. L.Sheuly must bo burned. The Interior of'I'| up the arcb and draw the foot oacicA I U a defect of the foot exist It separate from the health tisane _L j I -

veterinarian for the Florida ) Iho houses must be washed, with''' -- -. -------- _
Kxperlment; Station. hot water und, lyej When they I I! P ----

This pest occurs In sections of IlI'e dry crude( !! petroleum or f'nr-\\ What a Mighty Chorus 7'would Be If All \\It Your Children

the 'SouthuCHluin. states, and In. biillnenm, thinned with one part' '
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nome localities of Flotldu and* Is of kerosene, Is applied, to every I Kent Audition Contestants Sang Togslhcrt I I Are they strong, alert and vigorous; or pale? weak w
and inactive? If the latter 1
not killed by method, : ordinarilyused crack and crvvlce of the premises. cross very likely they %'

to destroy exterior parasites.For Again absolute thoroughness/ IH essential. I are suffering with intestinal worms, and need >

this reason' Dr. Shenley advices I.
ponltrymen; of this states tu Some poultry owners ,claim a4 I WHITE'S Cream VERMIFUGE 5

be on the lookout for the .1 irk good, results liy applying gusollmery I

". find use thorough measures for" Its \ ecineiitly to the walls cell, The worm-expeller with a 50-year record of t r:!

eradication. 'II/(. nests and other smCiice- success. r r A few doses ate sufficient n
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IYEIN YoRI( ; ,.;, NEW MZX/Co on the one hand the national char
<'K"Mf/ON ._ OtN/O/OAl acter of the contest and ou the other
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the spirit of Impartiality with which '
: Utz p C l44A1li8 TIAOlSOr 9drNJcR/ the Foundation Inaugurated and has
COIo".1>O el""RoW"me carried through II. quest for hidden

j of the young sinner from all imrM nf mrrira who time survived con. voice .
teenIn which many thousand took part, and the man who opened Trie. chief qualifications have boon
rSTRAUS ,east DNQ.y door of opportunity for them. that. the singer must be amateurs Make
L CNrC Qo and must be between the ages of 18 someone supremely happythis
= *! the circle ot The Atwater Kent ,state to take part In tile District and :39. Within these principal limitations -
--- foundation' National Radio Audition conteet, It has been an unimpeded Christmas.Give a Buick for 1928.c
I The National Audition will be free-for-all .
CB1CAQO.-How would you lUte towork to efficiency for the thousands ol Inn in with the completion of the broadcast br Station WKAT: over the
to a perpetual. symphony of ticks worker according to Warner 8. Hap,'I preliminary elimination contest and i Atwater Kent network of associated which The five the District ten wlnnere Auditions, through the Delivery will be made if you wish
and pester You would have a boat secretary of the Clock Manufacturers it among ,
M holding of the State Audition etatlon. during the Atw tor Kent state will
I champion for
qualify Lbs
at such an orchestration If you Association of America. to estimated that upward of 10.000 Hour on the evening of December national anal will b* sung as follow at your home Christmas
were employed In Chicago' towering "Time consciousness la a confirmed amateur alngen cave participated In It. Th Urn therefor U not far *: morning. *
Straus BuUdln,. habit In the Straus building" laid III. eontecti throughout the country distant when the national JiMfee will o'oHr.'Go M.If.C.,... .
Zoom! Blngl Tin,I Dong I Thus Mr. Hay "Her the clock watcher III'I from Ibis tremendous number of bestow cab award aggregating <17.800 .- Eastern District etatlon VVEAP.New _II. Ymit.w.tfd.rr j S
704 clocks strike the hour In unison. not a malingerer, but a favored emI' participant In the tryouts through among the ten Onaltat. all of York: City, November 19 for girl
cathedral chime, and Mov.inS.r :38 for boy. r
Bug* weighing even Ploye |
till Tmrlou etalJlll of the eonteat whom will also receive musical acbolarahlp -
tons, pealing forth every quarter of annour. "Chicago Itself keep time to lbs: from the remote) backwoods hamlet tn a leading American Conervatory. Southern District station ft\SB.
I*) director of the orchestra Th great chime, towering 400 feet aboveground ; M tb. keener competition of five Die- Atlanta November ta and 29.MldiP REGISTER : y
t great grandfather clock, master of and with peal that caw b*' Met AadlUoni BOOH to be held-ten Tb tremendous number of entrants Western District. Station MOTOR CO.
aUty electrical timepieces. Is th* Ant beard foe mile.. With ODe or two exceptions $ntllat. fin bora and flve girls. will drawn alike from 11. Isolated WON Chicago Nov*mbar 19.
violin. Hundred of welt clocks they are the highest chime k. sham to compete tn the grand talent of rural hamln end the Southwestern Dlstrte. Station I STARKE, FLORIDA
throughout the building lend thelv in the world. The mechanism for ...! national Audition to be rung in New crowded populace of m- ..>p<>iHan I WTAA. Dalla, November"" It and II. IVRID'f BETTER
f laid to the subdued drum-Ilk cross II c10 -, M.ooo palls Ute Ea,1[ J IIIe Dark early In December eau cham- canter* from Oregon to" this l and Western District Station KPO. Ban AUTOMOBILES! ARE BUILT BricK WILL BUILD 'nUl.Mw.x.N.TS'ava""n'N *
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DKCEMRKU: : O. 1027 lUlADFOHU COUNTY: TKLK ..li.U'll. STAIUi:. FI.OIII>>\

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ZIFF libra1' l building... Modern Music Makes Us i Stock office Furniture

L THE FORUM : : | Tltusvllle Packing houses In

I : Minn: 011111 Lewis. Ci.r.Ziff. : Tltus\llli section prepare' \ to make Nation Fixtures and Equipment

... )....... ........... cltrun fruit shipments. A Healthier
i AVOOO>> and ST10RLD1CSKS :
.. Plant City :8S3\' : steel combination -
Dee. Miss Ellen Howard
I 9.- I iI CHAIRS
Strawberry Platform .\.1 tmve-s being Installed at localusual
I spout Thanksgiving with the letters nnd mother, Mrs. K. Howard I FILES\ SAFES
olllce III Lee building on itey'-
Jacksonville. Florida. parents, Mr. and :Mrs\ K. M. of Fairbanks spent a few days I SIIOWCASKS RUGS
November 2Sth, 1927 i Hazen. here lust week with Mr. and, Mrs. holds street. ADUINO MACHINES .

i It. D. Thomas. I Starke iiisollno( ciinstimplion'in I TYPEWRITERS W
:Mr. A. P. Hoffman, Agent Mr. A. A. llazon of I1I1..hnell.1IIIt'IIt 'j n'u.Uul..ll'Uullty during Seplember 1 1I I'III "K WRITERS ,1'
Starke Fla. I. last Saturday with relatives Mr. Perv.ls Lewis of Jacksonville '
I i Kvoi-ythlna: for the business houseand .
totaled! S,2IIS! :! gallons.
and friends was called here last Fridayto I nilli-e. New unit r.comlltlon. .il, i i
Dear Sir: I the bedside, of his mother. Mrs. I StuartSoutlifiiNtern I Ice Company rri'lKht' pulcl tn any point In Florida 't'
Mr. L. 3t, Oalney and A. H. Sur- i ill .teel'glii.
I wish to acknowledge of J. W. Lewis.. who was seriouslyill. to bullil packing house foiI'Martln \
copy I II
I.011& MONKV
ready were attending to business \\r.: H \
your letter of the 2Bth to Mr. J. In Clarke Monday. county cooperative mark..l.IIIIt II
I '"
Perdue Office Furniture
C. Robinson manager of the Bradford Mr. and :Mrs. I.V.. Dyal and 1 association. ,)
Mr. and !Mrs.
II. B.
Couuty Telegraph! to which C'onerly little niece Alta Milliard of (Unliniu. j Crovelund--!New feed" store of Company.IK f.'
Rlicnl lust Sunday and Monday
was attained clipping taken from) spent }Friday here with rela Edge Mercantile: Comininy at curl ,. ..
with his mother Mm. Amanda' K"..'\0\11....-:. KI.OIIIIH
that paper and a letter addrexH- I of Lake Avenue and AtlanticCoast 1 11.FC' ;
(''oaerly In Gainesville.Mrs. .
I tives.Mr. Htatillliment nf
cd to you by Mr. Robinson who la : Line Railroad station rapidly ) l.iiiK.'Kt xrltixlvr /
nnd Mm. Thomas
Mullory 1 kind In I the South. \
L. I. ttio
Morgan attending
was
the
also Secretary of 0 t
the Starke Hearing completion.
and'
children of Starke spent Friday .
Chamber of Commerce.I I) to business In Jacksonville' |, afternoon hero with MIS.Thomas' f I Inverness Mlrio ;No.'; 11 located I -

have In my office today plans ,, Monday I .sister !Mrs J. \\'. Lewis. 4 miles southwest. of here begins ANO rt .
and specifications covering the Mr. Roswell Ward oC Inellano I t7t. :
:Mr. \\*. J. Johns of Slarke.l"pent operation .
proposed addition to the platformat town xiifiit liiHt :Monday with hIM OLD IVAt/ Grove'sChill
..
Company
last week hero with his 01'11111.1.' f1lhh. !Machine -
Starke. These plans, and mulh..r.11'11.: 7'. I'. Ward. |
I daughter, :Mrs. JY. Lewis Incieusc's fjiillltles.PeiLsncolu I i I
specification go to the Suuhonrd Miss fi f.1 /
Ruby Hosier of Uetlhronn j ,
Or" Mann of Luke huller\ was Plans for electifkation -
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Superintendent by twbi.N'i mall for Suet nas, "pent: I the week-end wll I I IIMiss | : Tastelessm;
of I' a business caller here lust Saturday. of rural sections! of l:1'1111I- I '
approval the Railroad ('omlmn--'I: j : | Josephine Chesser and Lubcdla eI I
being! formulated, by
and Just ns quickly as IMiiholster. bin county ; l;

road Company approves\ the 1'1'01posed Mr Fred Andrews, of Jacksonville. Gulf Power Company.Foil Tonic I

plans and ant hOI'I7.pS us I the | The cano grinding Is about over was visiting friend, and Lumlerdnlo 1 Flrxt Natlon-: :I ,.,''".
I
use of the additional ground space now and people' are buoy I tryingto relatives here last Friday after III (Hank and Fort Laiidrulale 1 Hank Invigorates, Purifies and \0'r.
meat for the
put up winter
necessary for the construction of & Trust Company consolidated.Live \. 1 I ., T Enriches tho Blood Restores ,

the platform we will bo In a position !Mrs. O. S. Thomas was I'alh'ell| noon.Mrs., Hill nines and sons, Ronald ,- Oak Florida) Power & c and fortifiesthe
to request uldi for the to the bedside of her daughter '] rrnll gave demonstration : Health and Energy
construction and Ralph of Cooler Total, Light Company 1.t 1. and
Mrs GertrudeVarren of I system against Malaria
Starke
of this addition and Justas I I spent the last part of the week of home conveniences 9 -yr I ,
:Mrs. C. S. Molt the Chill.. Pleasant to take. 60c.
quickly\ m they nre secured we spent (latter\ | here with his mother, Mrs. S. L. ---- ------ i '
will on those bids, and part of last week In High: Sprints: -- I'I'I -

for rushing pass the work to arrange comple with daughter Mrs. Luther Sow-1 Present:Miss Donle! Ulvprs. Miss 1 ICIvu I .l l>I lnnl!; of I the 1'lufIlI'1II of .1 i, ________________--- r

tlon. ell. | and ('III KOlle Hodges of Starke Carlton I I II III II ''''IIIitI4aiIIAYIIWIIIAIIYIIIsUSI5111m; : -
Mr. II. P. Galney and children. Doyle E. IJ J I
You can assure !III'. Robinson : spout Sunday here with Miss Opnl i I
that It ID our desire to have this were attending", to bunliioBS In : LAND
and Luln !Mae Lewis. (
'
(J criiorDOVLK
..
\VoldoSaturday.Mr ( ", .Ihlnfill'\ \ I
extension complete prior to the Mr. and 1111'11.Ielvln! McKlnney \ I.JI' 1
opening of the shipping season at : 1'. A. Crosby'and son Lynn of Slurke were last Sundayttnests I \ SURVEYING I I-

Starke so the broker III that coin- were attending: business in { of relatives here. '
I II .
munlty will\ have ample to'' Slarke last Wednesday. evening.Mr. M. ( :
spore :Mr. and !\IrK.V. Hodges: I Subdividing Drainage -
handle business which Is offeredto and Mrs Hicks and son. and (!LY, lIvers! of Stnrko were I I II ,
Louie and Miss Alice. Hopkins I
h: ,
us. visiting friends and relatives here Systems
sprat liiKt Sunday with Mr. ,
Yours imdl;
truly last Sunday. I J
i
Work
MLuther flu hanuks.Mr. Accurate
A. ii. scrtrcsas |
I Mr. Clu-Hley' Fogg of Graham. t
Cuitls Melvin from IJrooks- I
Superintendent.BROOKER was u business visitor In our section f' H. E. Lagergren
vlllo has bun attending: to, business >
!Monday.
........................ here for the past week. Don't forget! services at Deediiniiixt I Starke Fla.
The carpenters are progressing", )I .. 'I'I.I'I.at'4
Saturday and' Sunday by the GuS'RNUEIM' ..' t t110"II
: very nicely with the new school r'
pastor C. Crosby of Ulftlng. : ", "''''' ''''" '' '' 'lapIIIIln' ''*""in'''IIIIIIItIIIIIpnlgmllittllllalllnally'' ''''''' '''''' '!' ,!
MI.. Lola (;oln..,. ,'.... building, and we are hnl'lnlllbnt It Yt' .'
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......................... will bo mulshed before long.! Avon I'arkJlulJdlnl to house r \ rr."J@jI' Si \.. : Mi'iiti a OK KildaIl.rt'hy
Mr. 1) L. Jones who has been first" unit of Florida Public Service 4 bT
UtB-iar0.: w 1D..t:
Itrooker, Dec.Mrs.! A. F. spending! the punt two weeks with Company's steam station on Luke nollii- l IK wlvi'ii Hull under

Raulerson of Okeechobee. who has wife I and children has returned, to I'otola near this playa completed. I Chloeal lu okttld/ndllmptu! toItrPmavn( n'r"'I..uI'> )<'l NcilAtrcI., ( "..A"" ....... I nnil. liy vliliin, nf ,Hint. i-prlnln ftrmliliMif I t C
been spending, the .. lOr r..I.. ..."' x "mini" toy l trm.lililwn
pust month I
business la Indlantown. }
I.'CII'II'PI'II! Morrison Huklng of 'hue I -"Hi. .Inilli-litl' Circuit.I .
with her parents, Mr. and. Mrs. Congressman: H. A. Greene from Company install modern mixing I Gus Arnheim Finds Effects "The physical benefit\ Is obvious In ltd for IlIutd' fuul. ruuuly I-1!"''hbi' I
H. 1'. (Cuhiey hai returned home. ," declare! the orchestra Icadr. on HIP 2'iMi ilav of Nov A: l>. 1I>2T, I
Stiirke was attending to business nuut'hlnery. of Dance Tunes .In rnvnr: ';i.f: Knm-h:::: : ;ilrlillM, unit; atriilimtHii'vnril
"Look
at our gen ,
E. Mr demons N. H. demons were attending and Mr. J to. here lust Saturday.Mr. ltnlnuelloAirport, \ established' =t. Beneficial to Youthof cratlon of Klrlll-you'li younger l\nd\ few :, ; I'I.I l-rnp'-illKH, et ,:I. ,I'liii'nrimrnlnlkilVtili'l'MlKlinii ,: ;:;, I:::::.: The
H. H. Green attending miles
wax! 2 north of this place near round shoulders. fewer scrawny / UN Slt'nntMl MnHtor, will
business In Starke Monday. to business In Jacksonville Tues i golf 0\11'\ "... Today nicks. Glance at the young womenin nfli-r far, Nnln,| In front' i.f the South

Miss Iteulah Lewis," of Ziff spent Fort MeudoWork progressingrapidly evening dress on the dunce :IIIIKI 1'lnrlilii.i:: .,or the: I'oart'; Ilium l:' l II'i.. Stnlk"f, i

the week-end here with Mrs )P;. day.J.. M. Hnholster of knonvllle.. \ on construction of new .j Log Anltell-b dancing and, floor. Their backs are supple and Kill.mi 61mu'hvt dun'' (LullI'Ia2V! to
L. Stewart. muscularly fit as their brothers. the hlallOKl and beet! lilililnf fur PIIHtlthi t
was visiting friends and relatives bridge as
River concrete
Peace dance music making Iv-
modern iirtiin-ity.'
Mr. and Mrs O. G. Strayliorn here this past ...1'(0 k-Nul. I 'alm"lIoAl'lroul'll, In Manatee our N healthy nation of us? Gun' Arn This the, I healthful believe Is exercise duo directly of- :Inx;, riiilowtnw nnil: b,:\lug ilcMrrllMMl In llriulfunl: ; I :: I'ounty.mi ;' .

----I Itlvcr bridge: on Palmetto side of helm, famous orchestra director, dancing to to the Jn/.B of tho lay, 1.1"1.111.The. i'hlsl.: In-wl1, half: nf N"rlh"n.1 "",,r-

..... river beautified I i thinks: they are which develops the whole body and Nurlh."t iiniirirr, of NorIhoast unrl. sr-

I Orlando Southern National I "With tho growth of largo: citi harmoniously. :and: I iiiiiiilnr.:.nsl: lhii-i--iniiiifr:i.f: |K..ill:; Ill-nut, s "''f | South? :

''poultry Show will bo held, here : I'::. CAULTON: >. H, and, tho exchange on tho "Then, too, most of our musicIs half of N..hw'ol iii. "Hi-r. of NorriinHI -
':) Play Dec. 7-11. of millions or an urhnn for a joyous or humorous. Humorous .. iiunrti-r. Mini I I'',,"! l"i" or Nort h- +
.. Northwest' quarter ifE
e I Pnlatka -- Putnam county's I, IlIt'1'10: ," I life, dancing and )Kolllnir has lyrics always captivate dancers. Nxrl, h""Kt I'.r..t quarter" In ,...tlull 81I'uwwslllp ',
pletely taken the place, of : I Ret requests every night for 6 S.uth' ltnnge 29 p'net.l .
and! expand our educational 1 rVu
chamber of commerce rfogunUed: Improve ; : : Y
ui; of Snhl highway
contends ,
.4IDGE and hoeing, Thcrc'H a Trick In Pickln' a l sn rlght env .
Florida will fucllltleH until lIe, door of snare orloss.
About one-fourth of 1,1. "I"III''K 110111'1.
.._ I I fox-
That thin Is a change for Chick-ChIck-Chicken; a new ,
he lick-frve by first of Decfmber opportunity stands wide ojveti U better Arnhtlm believes Is trot. Tho music Is treat to dance J. T. I.R4ZKI4Spiirlul
JacksonvilleBuilding permits every 1.'lol'l.la11'1. and boy with havo real MilHlxr.
I In the morn equal muscular ( by, and I the lyrics
( Issued here during Oclolior totaled the privileges! of a minimum eight opment of young men and humor. It brings laughter to tho "I' 0-1.11'1'M'' JOHNS| fur, ('"' .

.Vyiine Ferguson $1.001.119.Pensaiola. months Common School based onun of today. To tho past dancers and BO far no dance floor inplali'.Lt-19.9'0

n-4 II Wm on $8nf 0fl nrleitiat'| ediicatlonnl survey ation, exercise was work pnl'r has ever tired of it. The old, sad, 1 '''

'\, Author-- of PRACTICAL AUCTION BRIDGE" new Ferry ,Pass highway will be- and with our Universities equipped we make our pleasures sentimental songs made people I %,,'c.,,.r: '1'" IM--IITOII1: AN-- I'

... gin In text 30 days. to meet every. requirement| of Modern household serious faced. Dancers never I 4'111:111: 'roiisNnllio
Co(>)niilit, 1927 by lloylo.Jr. have freed, women front really looked happy, only sickly I I -
Winter Haven- fas! plant tindercnnstriH the Mlate.
1 hours of dreary work and .. sentimental. Modern muslo nan. : ,IM h rnliy "given that all
'tlon here to servoYlnter (Next Issue unolh. ARTICLE No. them the time and energy to put a new note in our lives and I. 'ri-illii>rn, .li-wat that lrll>iitB ii ,,
9 Haven and liartow. I Curlton's platform will appear In exhilarating exercise. in it huts! given ua a Joyous route to nil, olhi-r'ttin\p.-rMoim,lOBtnta: nf Imylim John u flnl"nirnlnnt >lHIIII -

la the previous article, it was stated double Ii.iil !Cot him into trout>. but New Port Klclwy--City will this ItPIIl'P. raid Political Adv and 'outdoor sports. health." ili'pi'imi'il are hi>ri>.liv rwiiilrpilto

that any valid: objections to the in- he was not strong enough: to bid two '- present their suld Claims to the
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formatory double should be b.iim.1 Ooo. A. ( coiinjv -
on no-trump 01 three of another! suit, towai llonorutiln ll1rlIlIl'r.
its misuse by players who do ; - Visitors from Northern status! I liHlneof ,,, Horlilu. -
not obliged to Y and I Ii also
pass. passed ,
thoroughly understand it, and not on and t the li.tml was played at two spades I 'i he !West Indies, a Voyage of Rec'r; > ., Adventure! .I iii'vor" full |o coiiiment, on the uilvatitUKe vn"r. for from. Ills dal"niiiiroviif hereon within or this one no-
the informatory double il*clf. Here is r .to.Vnd
o __ \ of I the Florida, illiiuitit In 'Inilobitid. .. to (
an example of the misuse! of the in- ( points plus 10( honors I -- nil iiHrMiiim pain

formatory double that the writer noticed If A had p.'M..11I9' he.should, Z would I i-liniiiliialliig ninny of the housing : |\ |)Mti' >i| to to nnv the theirNMliI uniloi'MlKiuil -

the other night: hate f.I.I'ellhe' hand at one problems IIfI veH''UC'k. Kvrll: with .. AilnilnlHlrtitnrH.ThlM .
( : \ :
Hearts-A, 8, 7, S and \\illt a dialllond opening nO-lrum'j I l.lth! { :iluy:: of iittubar, A. D.

Clubs- K, 7,5 : Y I hive made three diamond tricks, one I hiFlorida ell mute, however, 1017.
Ui.lmonds-\,1, 9. 4 : A II : heart and chili trick O ri l'nT."nN! and 4
one ,just enough: to poultry houses are necessary U A. COI.HON,
Spades- S, 3 : Z : save ,game.: Let this hand be a warning Ailintnlitrators
hough they need not lie elalioralv., 10-14-01-12-0\ 1R
to those players' who are apt to makean -
No score, rubber R.iriie. 7. Lid one nor informatory double when they are \\ ,rile. In the \J1I..III111'.1I1; I K:x 11-li

trump and A doubled, (informatory). not prepared for any bid partner. may on, Illvlslou u ut CalnesvlllH: for Ihu ,
This double is very unsound because A make. Let that be the test and use that I
has only two spades. and i it his pvtnef teat before you double. Ask yourself! ,.ileilii, on Poultry HOIIHOS and Bicycle Repair

should bid two spades in answer to the this qUC'olionl"U my partner bids my II "g i Ii lulent.,

inform.uory double A not only could weak suit, am I strong enough to maka ... .
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not help the gpadc Lid but is also too a bid, of my own?" It this question i ia V flu Shop

vcak to hid a suit of hisoun or two no- answered in the negative then you In Tub with File Pipe :

trump. In oilier words, A is not prepared should! not make an informatory double. Allohmn4. 75otirimrant
for the two spade bid by 11.\1111. Much has been said and written recently i tu u'a'O' --- to IIn 000.PAZO box. ,
thceforeahoidd not double "lit this abut fonr-c.ird. .suits, and. the ,1, lljlllll-NIIW I'Iling.

particular'J.llld./ l, Y pas.cd the double, value' of bidding them on the first round qAMIYN iUINt pAlo'

Ii bid two spades and Z, who was one of tiidilinit! raider, than the no-lrumr OINTMENT nrr rl I G. 'V. Chestnut
of those pl.t' >rr4 who doubles for business There i is no doubt that this plan Lungs I ,. .. MHj to rum nny com*of 1
after bidding no-trunm, doubledtwo I 1:01"1; | results in many r..r1I1nd the M- uMnir'' ., Jill/ ml. Ultwdfnir or Pmtrudinel'lhnormoneywfundml.> {

spades. A now realised tli.it/ his Lad lea ing example isngootl i illu.l .ration: i t "Kent ItiillilliiK.Viilniil 101(.

I learts J'; 0, S, 5 I HT.\lClU:. 1.1.\.

l'I"h1-J.8,4. 2 Do You Feel Had?
I 1).ll1Iollds-U;
?L
:hpailes: Id.s. 7, 4 j. F U., I. "n 1 X ,Ul, II, I (II I a IIih) .
Uoaits: -4, 2 Hearts- 1!, 6. 3 w'I'". ih .1.l .t r* a| 11\ "i n.,., dl" i
Clubs 10 7 6 Y Ii.I i I.,m... I'm. _0
( : Clubs- A.,5, oJ I .
Diamo"sJO,7,6! 7, 6,1 : A It t I>I.lnlol1,11-1.R.5.2,. I "C.'III.I.I.: :*. IUII'e MLANE'S '('1111': Your tongue

Spades-J, 6, 2 : Z Sp.eks-A, 5,'3 I

PILLS tells when
Hearls-\( K, 10, 7 I you
Clubs- K.: (,>;:9 ? IN OLD I +i.tmcimmr/cnrJClrJarit/ ; .J( m ; ;t'mWf i
Di.1n1DI1.II-\, 3 I v I need ..w
I I COFFINS & CASKETS
Spades-1Q,9 J

?."II< ( : .. .. up )our mind' ti,> bid' eilhcc one J-rrKL A Vl and a Full Line of !
.. no-truni|> or one heart way or the other and then, stick to it =- wmara.- ..p"" c t t '

, I lii the former he must lose> his with all hands of this type: but watch Tile 'r AON rRo/qL Undertaker Supplies
contras. by one trick. On, the other results carefully. It may be that you i

hand, if he bids one heart he can nuke will, find you have selected: the wrong I To crulM the Weit IndIes I. to 10tb AUTOMOBiLE IIEAKSKAt I I

four odd in hearts against any defense. theory and when convinced that you I world in miniature. or et mss > '..,. iI I! bsTRADg
, Study this hand very carefully for it i it have, don't hesitate to change. The tbe way of the ,world for all ot these ..I the I.?...hand... prim.Tbs k.HpMt.l. ..,..._.. ova
a type that comes up frequently. writer favors the, bid' of the four-card I Bright island of the Spanish Male l '.nllon.. I.I.1 .'.ph .r4.).
\\hcther you decide to bid the four- suit with this type i or hand ratherthan are monument of the too years at J,'I 1"loIIITKIII&IWH4LM&1I:
card suit or the no-trump with this kind the no-trump. It is a close question,. I strife that followed their diacoverj O} MARK Rg.
of hand do it consistently. There ii howc\cr so make up your own mind; pirates or Dj explorer And a moclxro! : DEVVITJ-. JONES

nothing to gain by doing one thing with I what to ilo and try it out. Out be con. I voyage of rediscovery Is no longer a j iI SrAKKB.
one hand and another with the next sistent'' matter of year or even month. n>* pyg jSjfjS f FLA.
;
two Canadian Pacific West Indie I 'hLajJ.afc t. ij Cin ,,
Problem No.: 12 I cruises o* the liner Montroyal' start 'IIIItIt/TlmfU1U1t11Dr.1mmmmtJmClJtJ/JlmIfIl': Coated tongue, dry mouth

Hearts-10, 0, 7 from New York on January 30 and CAPT. rI Case-is. .O.N.c; ,---...... bad breath., muddy, skin.

Clubs- Q. J. 6 I February :30. each returning after a world .. did Lieut. Qaorg WU. plr te*: Panama tb* termer highway I groggy nerves and- sour
voyage of 20 day hams who found amid the ruin of I
DiamondsAJ of Spanish treasure trains and now a I Say it with Flower.j'I I stomach suggest its
Spadesnone I Judging oe tbe Increasing number old Panama Ian year a treasure worth name for tb. world' greatest canal' I use

H"art.-A Hearts-S, 3.2Cluhs9,8 I of American who yearly cruise the &O.OOO Dj mean of a *lolt-ra, detecting Colombia, stronghold of Btrpaalola-J t
Wet Indie, the Spanish Main 1* sew Instrument of J Flowers
bill
f Y Clubs-7 .. own toventlon. Curacao a UtU. bit of Holland la 1-
tempting a* It wa to Columou tb* J
B Diamonds- 10 Tbl mass of gold and Jewelswas Caribbean
Uramonds-Q,8.6.5,2" ; Venezuela. Lake
9 I Ponce de Leon. Drake Coru. Haw.IIIIW unearthed on the slta of 8n Jo TrinidadBai: OCcaalonslertrude t'ItY---o'armers} fn this .
: I
Spades none f Z Spades- 7.Z ** bado: Martinique an outpost of! I flec.nr'nim'T
and hundred
a other
Although Thumb which had been destroyed In Franca: the black republic to Pl"nt small
there are no pirate. oow. no Hob of Haiti; I I acreage
gaJ- 1871 o* buccaneer
under Sir '
r Hpar'sQ.. J. R I Henry Porto Rico, what* Oolumbua rested peppers I
leon to aack. no burled lessen* to Morgan. next year

4 (DiamondsK Club none 7 seek there yet remain Ute braetngmu every" spot vested oo tb. erul** offers to and and whence the Fountain Ponce die of Lon Toutb**t fana'i CJodbcyAnderson; Itartow- New lire engine" reeely.e,1 .

9 Spicks-R, h I on sliver wa. the lovely ooraJwle living testimony of a eonuaeUoa au. In tb .......-... with ; I here.
*. the charm ot Dopiest life, tn* will UM Its coral
Old
World. Tbt s .. Cuba formation and _.
SpacleaaretrumpsandZiilntbefe.ut.llm'ran-i :: .:,,.!.. ..;:-1w many tvldence of a nJMona pom. UK lovely laland one UM pride ot muda. tnIstasi Ma-garden ot : and. B**>!I I I firovelaml-nay Lake farmers

against! u weal l; defense| ? 1lo", < MI A,U >i> stay as to ;I....... ....c
.. of "-;L'. play Solution in the ncxk -.....1.!.. yo,... would Uk* to surprtM lets la the bad old ds" 01 tunovs and g J07aIe OC p..yihtggtj bMory. timber for construction/ of troughs r
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_PAHH KIGIIT _. __ fHtADFORD COUNTY TELKfiltAPII!: STARKB, FLORIDA .. __ ..' __.. _______ __ ._ FRIDAY" DECEMBER_ 0. 1O2T I

bravely clung, |.N........NNNN*m. day In Jacksonville, establishment of a giant Industrytura of celotez: for building pur- '

I radford County Telegraph In spite( of knocks-dead came! J The ladies of the W. C. T U. In Florida-that of the manutac-poses.

Hut slowly he's gaining a foothold i, HAMPTON have postponed their pilau sup.. __ __ _n_ n __ __ __ _o. ____
ESTABLISHED IN 1879 llln eyes on the uppermost> round; .* Miss Ada :Klitiuio. C..... .. per until after Christmas.Dr. ------ n_---_- T- )I!

It's a hard old 1 (climb but he ..*.#***.*****.4-..**.**. W. L. Floyd, Dean and professor -
knows In time of Horticulture In the State
Hampton, Dec. 9.-:Mrs. \V. B. MEN!
Published Weekly on Fridays, and Entered as Second Class; lie will land nnd, looking down! Alexander and daughter. Miss I University at GalDesvlllle will give
Florida The fellow who never surrenders the second number In the "Five
the Post Office at Starke,
Matter at
Wilma oDd Miss May Jones visit-
And Is taking things, as they come I Cent Lecture Course" on this Friday Two Trouser SuitsAre
E. S. Matthews___..:__________________Owner and PublisherJ. Who nevi snys "quit," and, exhibits ed Mrs. Alexander's sister, Mrs. C. night at the high school auditorium. 'j .
U. of Alachuu.
Dupuls, 'I
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C. Kobinson__________________________Managing Editor I When the grit whole, world's J. W. Hilton of Jacksonville, I .
looking Mrs. J. C. Adklns and children you ready for Christmas? WE ARE As
visitor here last \
= glum; ; was a Monday of Gainesville have been
--- visitingat
SUKSCKIPTION KATE The fellow who stays to the fluiHh Mr. Hilton was once a resident of the home of Col. and Mrs. A. snappy a lot of suits as we've had the good for-
our town and has many friends : 55. Adklns.
Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance That nothing can hinder or stop, here, who are always glad to see I tune to offer, is waiting for you-NOW!

Advertising Rates on Application ,'And who works like sin, Is the him For the first eleven months of

-- --- hap who will win- Hobert Reddish of Wildwood the year Jacksonville1 building rec-
-- "***" **"" "i **"* 11'
MSIiS* ""*" """* "" " "" And some day he'Ulllnll on top. ..- was tailed to the bedside of his ord totals over the twelve million I II

Have you seen the new Ford? Miirlnnna Irlorhlnll.0 sister l Miss Jane Reddish, who !is mark. This Is something that demonstrates Blue Serges

--fj very III at this writing the steady growth not

to Christmas kid:4.: Here Is 1111 old prayer found In Albert Jennings and wife have only of Jacksonville: but of the
Sixteen days ,
Chester Cathedral: (Jive me a taken charge of the telephone exchange whole state.Florida's.
o good digestion Lord and also here and are located In I I i
A woman offers to sell an ear for $1,000. What price something to digest; : live me a I'the bank building on ]Main Bt. Industrial 1 state agricultural and Blue Cheviots
The oyster and bazaar survey Is well under
healthy body. Lord, with sense to supper I
tongue? keep It nt Its bunt live me a that was given by I W. M U. of the way with statistics gathered for I
--0--- mind Methodist church last Friday nearly half of the counties according
healthy good; Lord to keep eve-
After all the best part of the Christmas season is making the good and pure !in sight, which" ning was quite a success. ; to advices from the offices of I Smart
seeing; sin Is not appalled but I Many beautiful pieces of hand the Commissioner of Agriculture t ,
else
happy. .
someone finds a way to net It right Give work, was sold through the bazaar.
The first carload of cucumbershas
o I me a mind that Is not bored, that The oyster supper was very en-
Foul play somewhere according/ to headline, "Duval Pa- dons not whimper whine or sigh; joyable. A nice sum of $65.00 was and rolled another from carload the city of Vero Tweeds t
don't let me worry overmuch realized, which will be used for will go out
Watch for Stolen Fouls. this
trolmen Asked to week Peppers and mixed
church benefits.
about a fussy thing called
0---- Give me a sense of humor 1'1; The out of town people who enjoyed vegetables are also. rolling from

Town in; Bradford county by the name of Rising, but give; me the grace t'> sea a joke, to I this good, supper and good the The Vero Florida section In carlots. 1s
f'om and social time, Dr. and Mrs. H, clearing house for
got some happiness life ; were Rich
It's
is not of Starke. Times-Union. "vest. citrus
it "yeast" growers outlined to the producers -
puss It on to oilier, folk.-Ex M. Faver, and daughter Miss
0 change. Mary Blanche. Dr. and Mrs W. H. at a recent meeting In Or-

Dcce-mber) fifteenth la adjusted compensation day, as Wagner of Lake Geneva, and Loren place lundo of seems the Florida likely to Frultmnn's take the (

designated({ by Governor Martin. Hx service men should get humo peoplo are In urging better The u ladle Green of and,the family W. M.of U.Starke.thank Club and, provide citrus men witha Cassimeres
rain I enforcement Wauchula. highly; organized; medium for
or-
each who
busy and every one so kindly
Well need but .
we It, our candid ganized marketing
.
-p opinion Is that unless the majoritywant I donated or helped in any way to i S

Florida paRAGraphers will hold their next session in the truffle laws enforced, the rest make this occasion such a great I Another campaign to develop
of us will not get very far In that u<;ceAa. 1 European markets for Florida citrus -
KVOF will be in operation then to and double-breasted.. Collegiate and
Single
University City. Hope dlrOl'I lon. And right now most Mrs. J. O. Lamoreaux of East fruits has started. A shipment -
help relieve the pressure. people don't want traffic laws enforl'ln St. Louis. Mo., la the guest of her of the Florida products, with conservative models with 2 or 3 buttons. Notch
rather take risk father, J, F. Johnson. refrigeration will leave Jacksonville I
by They'd a Wide shoulders
o It seems.-Wau'chulo. Advocate.Narrow Mrs. J, F. Johnson, Mrs. J, G. for Liverpool this month. lapels or spoon lapels. shaped
The suggestion made by the Palatka News to give to the Lamoreaux Muriel Johnson, and waistlines. Straight, wide trousers. All sizes
of rather than to the "traveling --0- Mrs. A. C Dennison and Mrs C. Miami bank clearings during the
own community
poor your
Escape: L. May were shopping in Starke past four weeks increased 31 percent for all builds.

beggars", / is worth considering. This Item is sent us: "One of last Friday. going from $3,777,000 October -
o Porter Springs finest looking men Rev. F. M. Taylor preached at 27th to $4,035.000 Novem-

Signboards erected in Starke for use of travelers must and a girl; of Dahlonega were out Mounteocha last Sunday ber 17th says the Miami Herald. J. M. ALVAREZOutfitters
taking a Joy ride the other Sunday Mr. Geo. Jackson of Macon, Ga., This gives some Idea of how business -
be of uniform size shape) and color, it was decided at the and If the man had, not left his 'is the guest of his father, W. U. is.Increasing and how money for Men' and Boys
council meeting held this week. poctketbook at home there might Jackson. Is pouring Into the Magic; City.
have been weldlnK.-Dllhlon- Miss Ada Nlmrao spent last Sun .
a
---0-- Trustees of the Internal Improvement v
HART SCHAFFNER & STYLEPLUS
ega, (Ga.) Nugget. day with her sister, Mrs. W. P. f
Of all the parugraphcra who attended the recent meeting; Dirt, of Louise. Fund at a meet Ins just !
-oThe held ratified MARX SUITS SUITS
formally
an !r
.n' e-
Mrs. J, C. DuBose of Vero Is
at Leesburg none of them wore a ten-gallon hat.TimesUnion. ,
state automobile tags are this week with her mother ment to exchange lands with a
spending -
Did you see any teh gallon demijohns ? made at Ualford now and so far asa Mrs. D. Jones private concern of the Florida everglades .t

o lot of persons are concerned Nothing Like That paving_ the_ _way__for. the..,:...._ 'n -- ,

Starke will grow when industries are established to give they'd be just as and pleased If they'dIOllve about Ttastus had gotten Into the uuaunemuunnwwi iir; ;,. -- ., .awnwo, ; aro 'tuuuwwlffl; ; ''re
them there forget clutches of tho law and was talkIng -
employment to the young men. A town cannot prosper where the annual out pu .-Plant City ; things over with his lawyer."I (.

the boys have to go elsewhere to secure work.o Enterprise.You think" said the attorney,
---o- "I can get the jury to exornate
---o-----
cnn have lots of fun cuttinga '
Chicago automobile thief who had disposed of 500 piece oul'ot your local paper be- yon.Boss" said Rustus "All don't ,i heart rW i

stolen cars, faces a prison term from two to ten thousand fore your wife sees It. She will at crave to )hI! exonerated. All just I N aM N w 1

B years. Any thief outside of the Windy City would be content once detect the hole lu the paper wants to be let loose." t.+v'ra .. '
and then the fun starts.-Altoona, .
with one hundred years. (Kan.) Tribune. Interfrniiro"Do I I

0 -0- you ever allow a man to '
kiss when are out motor- UPTOWN, 17OH Harm-It Phone .V8OOI
Building
Since his picture appeared on the front cover of Florida "1<'lnd... Baby After Hard Rain. Ing with you him you daughter?" Inquired a .
.. Headline in Jacksonville Jour- Plant mill Yards: Drnni Stivrt. Phone ;n-MMMI( ,
Newspaper News, Bill Pepper of the Gainesville Sun has It. the careful mother.
nnl. 1 Frankly, we don't believe
had trouble finding a hat large enough. Congressman Green -- DeFunlak llreeze.o "Of coure not, mother," answer-
ed the daughter scornfully "A..
has an extra one, Bill. man who can drive safely while LUMBERFraming [ -

o Visited Starke last Sunday. They kissing me Isn't giving the kiss the '
have built two new filing stations "
attention It deserves.
When a man poses for a picture alongside a new car invariably ,
In the 1 past thirty dllys.-TllI1ell-
he has one foot on the ground, the other on the run- Union. Siding Sheathing, Flooring, Finish Roofing, Shingles -

ning board. By this he means he is prepared to walk if the -o- Laths, Brick, Lime, Cement, Plaster, Doors, Windows,

credit company takes the running board away from him. thoughts Abel: "A penny for your STARKE =] 1 Asphalt Shingles, Asbestos Shingles .. ':,1 I

o Mabel: "That would ruin my TEN YK.UIS AGO ,miiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiii) iiiiiiiiiimiiiroiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii ii"i.- mi it i. eill' 1'Him'iimtiiimnniimiimmmiiniBiitnintiimitr' a
"Every time that you delicately place lips-usually( amateur standing."-Tho Spur. tw.,

burning-against -: ..:; :- --..:: -
) lips absorb 40,000 microbes the --;-
you says r.\i.i>\vii.iviM.i.YMsThe ; : Hurlc Wells of the Navy Train- =

Viennese League Against Kissing. Well, .what does a few Ing camp at Norfolk. Va., is spend-

million microbes amount to, anyway? i marriage of Miss Helen ing a few days In Starke.T. .
J. Alderman of Lake Bather,
I Caldwell of Halrdstown Ga.. to

The Florida legislature of 1927 passed an act that any Mr. Woodle Williams of Boston was Saturday.attending to business In Starke QithhtijwOrus
Muss.. formerly of Washington is !
person who sets fire to wooded land is liable for the damageand of Interest to friends of the couple Captain S. A. Bryan, roadmaster

also to a fine of not over $1,000 or imprisonment in jail throughout Florida and Georgia. of the Seaboard Air Line Is spend
November ing the week at bin old home at M SundriesAnnouncement
took
The wedding place
for not over one year or both. Fires in the forests are mighty 6th at the home oi: the bride's Mar halvllle. Ga. .

costly affairs. They nojt; only burn trees and soil but drive parents Mr. and Mrs. J. M Caldwell Sergeant William Walnwrlgbt
attendant being her has lately been transferred to \
away or destroy wild animal life. her only
aunt as matron of honor. The Camp Johnston, Jacksonville and
o groom hud as his best man Mr.II Is at home on a furlough for a !

Cutting corners is NOT a violation of traffic rules in 'V. Jackson of New York City. few days.
Starke The bride was lovely In a light Mr. Morgan Darby spent Mon-
judging from action of motorists at Cherry and Ninth.

Thanks to the activities at Call and Walnut in arresting blue gold with crepe accessories dress embroidered to match In ,,

strangers for the same offense, the state chamber of com- Immediately after the ceremonyMr. POLITICAL

merce has notified each affiliated body in the state of the and Mrs. Williams left for a Announcements x We wish to announce the opening of our Prescription De- '

trap at this corner. n uk's in motor 1 Florida trip and to points from of there interest partment today (Friday) in charge of W. E. Butler: and C. H.

o motored to Button, Mass., where I Foil TIX COM.RCTOH Marks, both of these men are registered pharmacists. Of first

Some follows thinks that little stub of a must.1Chel1nder they will make their home. and IlnvhiHT feeling boon: that urged I am duly by my qualified friends, importance in this store is our drug and
prescription
:'olrll.Vlllhimll is the attractive 1 hereby announce myself ft candle: depart-
the noses makes them look stern and fierce. They are right.It daughter of bar and Mrs. J. M.i date for for Office Bradford of County County Tax" (01.lImtor ment, with two experienced and qualified pharmacists to attend
makes them look "fierce."-Times-Union. But the remark- unwell She Is a graduate of HII h tort to the Democratic Frimarylnest
Vi'oodvllle High School and later June the trade-rendering service which should never be entrusted to
able thing about it is how quickly they tame down and the"patch" W. E. TOROD13. II.I
attended the University of Geor- I I any but the thoroughly experienced. The logic of this has
disappears afer they get married. policy
gill at Athens.Mr. I hereby Rnnnuirce,, myself a rand I ''
Williams Is prominent In I llat. for the oillco of Tax Collector'f tme upon time been proven most sound.
Bradford I nolloli the
County.
.. business circles In !Boston, being support' of voter of the C'otinty.' .
of the duties of said office.
Company of New England. lie 1
I FROM OTHER PENS attended school In Washington and I I C. A. KNIGHT. I The public in general has a cordial invitation to visit our

: Uhlnohardt College I store, inspect our line of Drug and Sundries and
Mr. and Mrs. Williams are at compare our .
-- I home to their friends In Harvard To Cure a I I prices on all nationally advertised products.

According to the Lake City He- .pel. every three or four jnlleii III order I Square Hoston. Mass.: !
to have ono near each farm. -- Co/i/ in
porter. Dr. J. V. Kti.ipp head of \\'n'i'i'4: n.vn SIKKTIMI: :
They are thirty feel long, four feet
the Florida Live Stock Sanitary wide end ten foot deep. Dr. Knnpp One Day Our fountain is ready to serve you with the latest in drinks
Board, was In Columbia county ro- 1
'of told. u represenetatlve of tho 1e-: I The regular monthly meeting of and will enjoy service.
oently! for the purpose beginning : you our You will be welcomed.Butler's
I .
the work of erecting fifty- porter that he expected to have the the Starke Woman's Club will beheld I II II

two tanks in the county for dipping rattle of the state free of tick In I ,1 1 at the clubhouse Wednesday Take"*""*
eradication of two years.Times-Union. afternon. Dc.. 14th at 3:30: o'clock
cattle for the
ticks and contracted with the Leslie --- Mrs II.! C. Hitch, chairman of Pdii- laxative
to furnish The Man Who Does. lilt IU-bt I! cation Is In charge of the meeting I
Lumber Company
the lumber and cement to be used No matter how little he's gettln': J and promises this! will be an In- \\Bromo
!la building the tanks. Work'' of No mutter how little he's got. i tercirtlng one. Each member of I
erecting them has already begun If he wears a grin and Is tryingto 'I the club in requested to attend and Quinine* ,
The win. bring their friends. Any booksone
In the north end of the county. Pharmacy
dipping vats are being built by the I lie Is doing a mighty lot! I has to donate to the club II- 15111afs
slate with the eo-operallon of the No matter how liurnllj UU jab Id, I rary will he very highly approbated.
federal government and after tfrby( If he', striving to reach: the crest. I The tome and laxative elToct of
are erected an Inspector representing The woild. I lien it prize| for th. el- : Hostesses. for the afternoon will Lnutivn.. BKOMO QUININE. ..Tablet
fortify\ the system g.1. t Grip, "Where
the government will Inspectthe low who tries-- j I bo: Mcsdumos O. L. Beasley. A.V. InfliMnu and otlur wriou ale resulting Friends Meet"
tanks. The federal govern. The man who IA doing his best)! I \ Anderson J. M. Alvarez W. I from a Cold. Price 30c. "
ment wit also help pay the expenAe Today he mny he nt the bottom!' U. Uauyherty. W. T. Fincher L. Th.box bean till signature
{ of dipping the cattle the Reporter Of the ladder to wealth and fame I H. Green W O. Halle, E. ... Matthews -
..,a. The tanks are being erect- On the lowest rung where be and J. F. Colley. l p./L tCI70 .

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