Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 7, 1924
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
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System ID: UF00027795:02254
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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New York, Nov. 5. The full

tate Election Results in i measure of the Republican victory
I the polls could not yet bo taken tonight ,
I I but the returns continued to

Victory for the Democrats show that President! Coolidge would
have at least 100 votes to spare in
the electoral college and the largest
-- popular plurality in history.

Florida Democrats carried they cincts showed: For 12,283 against The showing made by John W. L

to victory at the polls Tues- 2120. Davis, remained unchanged throughout /ic
; by approximately the same ration Of the other four amendments the today and although Senator La

1920, available returns now in- proposal to amend, the constitution Follette began to creep up a little in '
Ite. A tabulation of returns so as to allow the Jacksonville city one or two Western states, there was
dnesday night from 452 of the and Duval county governments to no certainty tonight that he would

)1 precincts in the state gave consolidate, was the only one in receive the electoral vote of nny

n W. Davis 24,387, Coolidge 11- which the result was in doubt. The group except that of Wisconsin.

La Follette 2,416.he same returns, from 452: precincts On the face of the day's congressional !
returns tabulated came from gave a margin of approximately 30O retur H the Republicans made : I
4ely. scattered precincts and were votes against the amendment the I certain of a paper majority at least A'L \

idered Representative of the vote vote being: For 4,831!, against 5,222. in both senate and house, but doubt y '

4''_,;the state and it was not believedt On the amendment providing for remained whether the margin would
the official count at Tallahassee the reapportionment of the representation -I
Bald greatly change: the ratio of In the state senate and -j I I lr % ,

'a lead established by Mr. Davis.he house of representatives the vote combined opposition of the Democrats .

entire Democratic state ticket was approximately three to one for and the La Follette bloc.
fonjthe face of tho same returns was the adoption of the amendment. The r
| ** Democrat, leading his Republi- equal taxation of intangible THIS ..AFTERNOON

mt opponent for governor, W. R. property and to exempt certain. Experts on the Growing of Tobacco !
sal than three property from taxation and the
by more to one. and
Will Speak to Farmers
'!the six to one vote for the amend- amendment providing for the creation Citizen. I
nt to the constitution prohibiting of special school tax districts )
with to issue bonds to Calvin President-Elect Chas. G. Dawes V-President-Elect
J levying of inheritance taxes inS authority up Everyone Interested in the establishment Coolidge, ,
20 cent of the) valuation of the
;state was not changed by the per of tobacco growing as a ---- n _
taxable property, apparently passed --- --- --- -
[tabulation of late returns. The vote In Bradford and adjoin-
btt" he amendment from 4:>2 pre- by substantial majorities. I money ing counties crop should attend the meet- UNION COUNTY FARMER: lu.aI.AItII'TI;(; ; : : U; (.'''.\\III.IC: .; :.MAY ESTABLISH: : LOCAL

ing to be held at the courthouse this SUICIDES MONDAY EVENING:- I I OK COMMENCE; HELD FRIDAYThe I I AU'IO TA i AGENCIES:=" :

JCUIT COURT I IN SESSION RESULTS OF THE ELECTIONi afternoon 2:30: o'clock. Tobacco men II. E. Wiggins Ends Life by Sending Bradford County Chamber of I: TiilluhuHMuu, Nov 1. Regulation
THIS WEEK i BRADFORD COUNTY who have made a success of this Shot Through Ilia Itruln. Commerce met Friday at the courthouse under which local agencies for the
I valuable crop will explain all details I' at HUO: o'ulork p. m. with
I distribution of motor vehicle license
Doaket Light This! Term and Court Complete tabulations of the vote from planting\ harvesting. II I D. Wiggins, a iurnu'r living good attendance. "I'tags bo established throughout

djourned Thursday Morning. ,. in Bradford county will not be avail- Bradford county farmers are In four miles north of Luke Duller, Minutes of the last meeting were the state may huvu been issued by State
able ,before Saturday when the can- position to make the same success
I committed suicldu Monday eveningby read and approved.
Comptroller Amos, fallowing his dtiI'ision -
ening session of the fall term vassing board will meet at the' with this crop aa farmers in other shooting himself In tho head l with ,I The Membership Committee reported -I several to authorise
4t4'ircuit' court for! Bradford county t courthouse.! However Bradford coun- counties through this section a good Ia pistol dying! almost instantly. lie I' | ten additional inemberB. the establishment of ago such
w..:!tt called to order at 10 a. m. MonJayl ty gave the Democratic nomineesfor portion of our land being adapted hud been in but) health for some !i The Publicity Committee reported l I nt for the agency"C"
Taml>>a. Only tugs
[< {Judge A. V. Long, of Palatka, all offices an overwhelming ma- to growing this crop. All are urgedto continu-ed 1 : progress on udvurtlxiiiK mutter. This classification, those for pifnsonger
IKw-Bijlding, with J. C. Adkins of jority. Only one county office was attend.HARD'SURFACING.
I illness caused him to end hill committee also recommended the offering |: uutomoliileH in privutu use, will beI
lObtiaesville, representing the state. I contested, that of constable in the life. Mr. Wiggins leaves a wire und of : prize for tilt bout slogan distributed. in this however an.1tho
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e.rving as grand jurors for this district comprising precincts two to
child. I| for thu Chamber of Commerce. Mr.
local agencies will ho authorised
10 UEGIN.\1' =NCI ,
W. E. J. T. QuigW. six inclusive. '
rm were: I llnniun outdo a motion that the Pub- |
: in but thu
Jr. I ideal I (;nOWEUS UKI'OKT; IIP.IIICY; i none moro populous coun-
J. W. Prevatt, C. A. Johns Although the weather was
; | Committee be authorized to
The hard surfacing of that portionof llcity :
to statement the
tier according by
Wm.,R. Haislop, John W. Morgan, the entire day, little interest was the highway In Duval courtin( i offer the prize and tit,>> handle the comptroller.
l-JlB/ Albert Bronke, S. M. evidenced in the election and In the i I I i
Starling, :
\ lit. Mr. ]
connect with the state road through I From reports given us by several mutter UH they saw Perry- 1 ----
|Mott;; P. J. Peurce, E. L. Wilson Starke districts many eligible to Bradford county in expected to begin',: of the strawberry of the man .seconded the motion and the METHODIST
firsm Prescott, L. R. Kalchreuter cast their ballot neglected to do so.CONTRACT'TO '
I first of the coming week, and is ex- county, the outlook for a (food I crop siinie was unumiuusly carried. I.
Henry C. Bruning, R. T. Osteen J. ELL"-;MOSS----- pected to be open for traffic by the i:I: of strawberries no\t spring is exceedingly Mr. Matthews fluid a motion that :Sunday' school at ten a. m. E. K.
!A).) Ellington\ L. R. Gainey L. _G. FROM: WIG SANTA FE LAKE first of January. good. While the acreage a Legislative Committee of live bo i| Purryiimn, siipi>rlntund(>nt. All mem-

'pencil. This body organized by elec- 'I Material for the bridges on the will bo somewhat curtailed on account appointed, thin committee to look after ,[ bars of the school urged to lie prea-
ting"I W. E. Davis foreman, and John Fruatees of the internal improvement t' short stretch of graded road between of tho lack of plants the growers legislation for the benefit of unto

W.Morgan, clerk. fund have made agreement I Bradford and Duval counties has are obtimistic over growth and Bradford< county and vicinity. Mr. 'I Preaching Sunday: morning at IL .

"The grand jury reported the following I I|'II with J. T. Bruce of Grand Rapids been placed and construction work appearance of ftnuny of tlio fluids at Stump seconded! the motion und I it by Rev W. I"". Dunkle presiding

true bills: ., Michigan, for sale to him of right will start shortly. With the completion this time. Strawberry:! growing sections was curried. I elder of the Jacksonville district
."jfieaute: of Florida vs J. Everett!,: to gather all the Spanish moss on of these bridges there will only to the south of us have reported Mr. Matthews moved, that a Fisheries Special music by the choir, Rev. L.
(Bennett D. C. Carter Rafe Starling 'Santa Fe Lake situated in Alachua he six miles of graded road in the a shortage of plants which will Committee of live ho appointed. II. Simpson will preach Sunday eve-.

ilLITroy Bennett, assault with intent ,I: Bradford Putnam and Clay counties. entire distance from Starke to Jacksonville I I result in a smaller acreage. Our Mr. Stump seconded the motion and nlng at 7.10.Saturday:! .

JtoTcommit. murder. i I I.state j, He will pay the trustees $5 a ton for as it is estimated that the I: growers should realize good prices it wall carried. This committee to evening there will be A
of Florida vs Jesse Altman the moss after it has been dried. concrete surfacing work in Duval' for their berries the coming: season. look after the protection( of Huh in Itt.t-tuK..thef.nll.tIlIJe. at the clubhouse
Fatid[Solomon Kite, breaking and entering I'I It is understood the moss will be will be completed and opened by the I I ._ thin lucality. I at eight' o'clock.
[ used in the manufacture of cushionsfor time the bridge work in Clay countyIs ', FRANCESHODOSONBURNETT The Chairman stated the above |
Mato of Florida vs Solomon Kite furniture. completed. =" IS DEAD appointments will bu made at the Prayer meeting Wcdnemlny evening -
of an automobile. : ._. I'I at 730.NALDEMAN; I .
eny next meeting.
The state road department will !
|State of Florida vs R. A. Stripling I l trial.Cases taKe up the work of connecting the New York, Oct. 2'J.: -Frances i Tho Chairman appointed the following -
,t moving mortgaged property. Case were disposed of aa follows:. two bard surfaced roads early in the : Hodgson Burnett author and playwright committees: i DIES
?w* tferred to the county Judge for Civil Docket( next year. I: known particularly for her Transportation: A. Z. Adklns,
CL W. Lewis vs Seaboard Air Line : novel and play Little Lord! Fauntla- chairman, J. M. Ilrownlee J. II.

bOllN ASIILEY Railway damages $6,000; continuedby TOBACCO CHOP I'IWILL/ roy died tonight at her home, Plun- Moore A. A. (Futch L. It. Gainey. I SUDDEN STROKE

consent. I dome Park at I'lundomc, Long is- llouutiflcutlon of Highways : [I:.
Henry Starling, minor, by his next One thousand dollars from four I land. She:! was 75 years old and had S. Matthew, chairman, L. A. Davis,
r friend, Mrs. R. G. Starling vs Sea- acres of tobacco! This is not a re- been in poor health for several F. F. Stump, J. W. Morgan. l EnochOrlllls. :
rAND FOUR OF r board Air Line Railway damages cord-breaking event, for many tobacco months. J. V. Jones. LoumvilliOifiilicr, 2\1.\' General

.+ I $;.0,000; defendant allowed to file ad- planters have jpnade considerable j -. Mr: Stump suggested that theru I i W. lliiNli'iiian/ /, 7H, <-""IIIIIIII/'f-lIl-
ditional pleas. Plaintiff given until : more from the same acreage and I REVIVAL MEETINGS: 'should be some appropriate sign at ,,' chief of the. I'mtifl( J Ciinfedeiiitt' Vet-

GANG KILLED rule day in December to file replica. others have not done so well, but it '' Revival service will begin In thoBaptist the head quarters of the tion to said, pleas. shows what can be done If the farmer active yarn Tuexduy nnitwuri'd the
church in Starke on Sunday Commerce. Thin matter walt refer-
I J. M. Starling vs Seaboard Air makes up hill mind to get out of next. The pastor Dr. J. J. !lulled, red to the Publicity Committee.' I|I final roll tall und l went to rejoin
Line Railway, damages $:>0,000; jury the old rut and try to do something. these. rnmrudeH in gray whose cans'
Sheriff Meritt of St. Lucie who conducted one of the best revivals Mr. W. E. Davis asked to bo ro-
Prof. J. A. Boatright principal of he hud it first called
found for defendant.Wm. I nerved suite
held lieved membur of the 1'tfllml"rship
in Starke will
ever preach I as a "
County Comes Outlaws Seaboard Air Hrooker school the above fig-i him of ; from his school
[ Upon Mpnden vs gave :i each night of the first week while Committee whereupon the a buy Hi,
on Dixie High Line Railway damages $500: ; jury ures as what his father made from Dr. R. W. Thiot of DeLand, will Chairman appointed Mr. Ruwxon J. honks.
his four of tobacco last
found for defendant. acres yearon preach each morning and evening! of David on this committee. General I Iluldemun, ut one time
wav Bridge. Shriver Co. vs II. C. Bruning at- his farm in South Georgia. Many the second week. The church beU The Chairman called fur volun- part owner of The CourierJournalhere

torney for defendant withdrew plea pans of Bradford county are just I will ring at noon of each day calling teeurs for advertising the tobacco died Monday from a heart tit-
[Miami Nov. 1.-Sheriff Merritt of as well adapted to the growing of I{
and court entered judgment in favor tack in the hospital at
the people to a moment of !silent meeting( to be held at the courthouse emergency
-SttWcie county tonight shot and kill- of plaintiff in amount of $357.41; tobacco as any South. Georgia land i i, prayer for the revival. Whatever you Friday November 7th, where-t f'hurchlll Downs Ha had been stricken -

*1a1i our members of the Ashley gang, and costs of suit. \> O M EN'S: CLUB MEETIN: (; may be doing pause and offer a upon the following !gentlemen offered a half-hour before while watchingthe
'notorious East Coast of Florida out- W. M. Moden S. A. L.
vs Railway j his favorite
races, sport.
prayer. God still hears and answers them services: F. F Stump *
.Uwo/lfc according to information I If damages $5,000:> ; jury found for tieI The Women's Club will hold it* I prayer. V M. Inman II. U. Wiggins L. II. Hill, Heated In a box, surrounded by

reaching the Miami Herald. Those !I i endant.J. regular monthly meeting at the I There will be n senior and junior .;. S. Matthews.The scenes and friends hM I loved>> the
,kill"|were: 1 I J. M. High Co. vs W. B. Parks club house, Wednesday afternoon, ,
choir to sing at the services and all Chairman asked that all mom- white-haired old soldier complal dot
P'John Ashley, Mobley and two un- .|'ant in sum of $283.58 and costs.I November! 12th at 3 o'clock. I boys and girls are asked to be out on bets that possibly could do so to feeling ill, and suggested he
w-ti8ed members of the gang. 1aTlI.iaherHT ]I judgment entered against defend- Mrs. A. Z. Adkins a* chairman of Sunday morning to organise a choir. pay the annual dues at this time and should go home. He was assisted

came upon the outlaws I Criminal Docket the civic department will have' Cottage prayer meetings are/ being twenty-two members paid. from the box hut before he could
Gft1tJuf Dixie highway bridge across State vs Jesse 'Altman and Solomon charge of the program. i held on Tuesday and Thursday Mr Matthews stated that he was roach his automobile the attack, had

SekMtian: nv r. Sheriff' Allen of Kite breaking and entering; Mr. II. II. Hum, of Glen St. Mary I! nights different, parts of the town authorized to !say for Mr. A. Z. Ad. HO overcome him It was n.<'.''' ir, to
I>*4feount. and the Florida Eastrallruad i plead guilty/and sentenced to the will be the principal speaker of the' and are well attended.The > kin that he would) be unit of twentyto call for a stretcher to carry: h)i. u to

bothhj I dispatcher at Miami state penitentiary for two years afternoon. Mr. Hume has done a public I III invited to share in I J donate $50 to an advertising fund the track honplt( +l.

1it* |E deputies were with Sheriff automobile; plead guilty and was J civic improvement work and will he'' Remember the place: The Baptist Matthews also pledged lull for the he was bornn into the I. i''' il. ,
1of'l'ritt and in the gun battle every sentenced to one year In state penitentiary heard with interest by everyone. His Church Starke. I Remember the time: Rank of Starke on the same conditions. And those woru hip. l.i't '.i ,I

.. of the gang was killed.N > sentence to begin at the expiration subject is: A City Beautiful." i 7.30: each night excepting: Saturday. Mr. Inman pledged $50 on General HaluVnmi, ,.6>< > '.1.'
sheriff's force of his two term. !
the were
year A social hour Including a rdadmg; { Remember the purpose: To ncour-1 I above. iantly remitted the u''' .> 'i 'v,
.w The Ashley gang was In an State vs Everett Bennett D. C. by Miss Alice .
I Thurln, and! special age men and women in their battles I All members of the organization suffered, an attack above!; 'I.." ks
:tat ri ile. Carter, Rafe Starling and Henry music, will follow the I
regular nil fal'merllpo
pro- against sin. I were requested to notify ago while addressing the l Ml
taken by Bennett assualt with intent to
Ishley gang was I mur- gram. | Sensationalism slamming and !, IIlble of the tobacco meeting to Daughter of the Confederacy at
:. the St. Lucie sherlll and der ciWie continued for term
by ; upon Every club member and all others slang will have no place: in these be held November 7th. their state convention in Frankfort.He .
ties. motion( of attorney for defendants. Interested in civic improvement are ] meetings. Wholesome, winning, won- It was decided that the. next meeting wan similarly stricken last
Beach Voan- I State Will Rance assault with
of Palm v
Baker urged to be present at this meeting. '! derful message of love and Invita- be held at Starke.StTllsFllMJE. Thursday at Churchill Down, hot he
left for the scene of the kil- Intent to murder. Not in custody.
Three November '
p. m. 12th. ] tion will be offered. had returned to the\\ races apparently y
word reaching the Capias ordered issued and bond fix- I
!ng ording to ; TO I 'nnpl.| -ts.ly recover"..!I.
kph office. I ed at $;r 00. READ i I THE TELEGRAPH I THE TI-Uilt.\I'11 --

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TOBACCO BARNS AND LABORA rainy weather, remove the hay to thing else was just the same ay with-(

F another barn, and then refill it to repeat the bright leaf. My sisters dropj
;....asa1lie's) ...\ well constructed tobacco barnIS the performance until all your I the plants, and I helped set them u'?nand

an investment, not an expense. It hay is cured. we all worked together durin.

serves enough useful purposes to The tobacco occupies the barn but the growing and harvesting, and al-.
ptaticus 4 pay for its construction outside of a very short period, end the balanceof the stripping the leaves from tl.

housing tobacco. For instance, if a the time it would be a splendid stalks. I mention this, fact to p.. '",

.. -' door IK put in the gable you can crib storage place tot farm machinery.'' that we have ample labor at ?\KI'
., -. u your corn, treat it with carbon-disul- Also the sheds built as lean-tos for house, almost, in Suwannee uin, \ "

SALLIE GIVES A TOAST TO THE I I had tried to throw my whole I phide at a small expense, to destroythe stringing the tobacco could at other |i t to grow at least four acres. AK?, > "
YOUNGER SET self into the toast I was making and weevil. The corn will be out of times be used for shelter for the tobacco crop is harvested and _,

yet, during the entire time, I had I the way before its use for tobacco it wagons. Keep the barn whitewashed, I' and the money is: in your pocket ,

"Left have a 111' game of stripped the feeling that alien eyes were attended church at Hampton Sunday required. You can also use it to kiln ''or better still creosoted, and the : fore cotton picking timo so that

poker! Judith continued. "I saw watching. Following my Impulse, I night sweet potatoes You could not pos pipes painted, and you have a lasting !: will not seriously; conflict with t ti

the girls!: play it in a show on Broad glanced toward the far end of the Mr. John Eddy of Waldo, in sibly have a better plan for curing permanent useful Improvement to crop Every good farmer should tn",
way the other evening. Com' on, room and saw a man standing in your potatoes, and then hold them the farm. |I coming year grow five acres of < '
sport. I bet you're game, the Catching gaze, he our section Monday morning for distribution as demands warranted. -
great!: doorway. my Tobacco Is one thing that whileit ton and four acres of tobacco )H;.
aren't you, Sallie?" she appealed to started walking across the room in Lanson and Louis Youngblood, of'' This also does not interfere .with requires expert knowledge in don't forget the hogs, corn ana pta j

me, edging over to the table where I my direction. I knew that walk- Graham were the guests of their its use for tobacco. i gathering and curing, it can utilizea nuts. Also you would be surpp/i

stood, regarding Warren Fbher'sorchids my heart leaping. I recognized the sister, Mrs G. F. Johns, Tuesday. You couldn't have a better arrangement -, great portion of unskilled labor. at what two hundred hens woi.l,I ,'

which I wa/lt wesrin". swing of his arms and shoulders. It than this barn to cure :' Hoeing, suckering, worming, drop- for you, if you will keep tioisi;/
My thoughts were away. Anne and was Curtis Wright. I felt a sense of and smoke your meat. It is ideal for ping the plants, setting them out, cows to feed them skim milk .1;
Curtis at church together, when he joy and at the same time a !flood of 50,000 IN LIFE-SAVING this purpose. Also you can maintainany plowing, preparing the land, fertilizIng sell the sour cream. Suwanmv conn"

might have stayed with me that. confusion.He heat you wish to dry your meat. stringing the leaves and housing ty is just now waking up, and if ,'\

Sunday night again the two of reached my side and offeredhis It will be fly proof, and thereforeyou can all be done by women and chil I all make a strong, long hard ", ,i
them together. I don't know why, butI hand to assist me from the SERVICE OF RED CROSS will have no skippers.You dren. The writer was brought up ''J. B. Clark in Suwannee Demo' ,.r.r.
felt like I would get even with I
table. can also with the heat from under tobacco plants in Kentucky.
Curtis Wright if I did something "Did you like my toast?" I asked. the furnace and pipes cure peavine True, it wasn't the bright leaf kind, I II

wild and devilish of which he would "Is there some place we could go hay and peanuts. It would require I but it was tobacco just the same, and | f 9
Additional 50.000 Water
disapprove if he were present. and talk quietly together? he Ignored I outside
feathering and curing
only a short time t. cure one barn in : every-
"Right, 0 Judy!" I cheered her on,I my question. Experts Probable Gain of 1.Twxrw.i 'a8A1 1_ ntwmummmm Mtf ----------
"I'll help you get them started!" "First tell ma how you got here

I leaped to the table. and do you know everybody Why Summer Campaign. .

"Who wants to stay up all night I didn't you tell me you were invitedto "
r ) Hi Skinne-e-e Look-e-e! I II
'til the teeny-weeny hours and play the party?" A boy watched an expert rive a Uncle John

tripped poker?" I challenged."I "I was not," he replied. "I came class a lesaou In the way to revive a

do." for a purpose," he added. person unconscious from water im I motored out to Easyvillc a

"Count me in." "Wait, Sallie," yelled someone merslon. The next day the boy tried day or two ago. I I.i I
"Now you're talking!" and similar across the room "you've made us It on a bathing companion and saved heard some tales about 'em thatI
remarks of approval came from the stuff didn't think was so, I used to
hold our glasses so long his life. Such a boy justifies all the
all parts of the room and then a cute |I lie ageing How 'bout the signal ?" effort and. the cost of the Life-Saving live at Easyville-she half-way

1 little aviator in uniform fairly I That meant for mo to finish whatI Service American Ited Cross officials told mothered me she me was,-so dead, ,when sez I,they"I'l1!

shouted: started. declare. The Hcd Cross method of go an' see."

"Suit me, I wanna win Sallie's i "Oh, yes, Mr. Wlrght-this is the restoring partly drowned parsons Is so She didn't have no fever, an!
111' red heels!" remembering my gang." lie bowed courteously. "We simple that the continual large sacrifice her pulse was runnin' low

dancing slippers were just about to partake of a 111' of life must decrease as an Informed vr? Her symptoms was about
"Shucks, I wanna win Sallie! ," declared liquid refreshment. Won't you joinus public Insists upon general In. I 9 II IJ I the same as thirty years ug<..
Peter McMillan, "and have ?" Btructlon In prone pressure practiceto She weren't enjoy in' more of pep

been try In' to ever since I saw herr lie was offered glasses' from Induce respiration than what the law required
cradle." The Rod Cross Lite Saving Service an' she wouldn't seom much
in her everywhere, but I noticed he placed -
deader if she really had ezpire.fNo ]
Peter was a dear and so faithful: his on the table. In every part of the country summer lowers was bloomm'
as were they all. I took In the room Once more I lifted my glaas. and winter Is engaged In teaching the lawns-and, nary house waipainted.
at a glance. It wa a jolly crowd. "Here's hoping this prohibitionstuff this method as an Integral' part of If she had heard of
Everyone was In a good humor. A we're drinking from the swimming and life-saving This service "civic pride" they hadn't got acquainted -

Victrola was playing u popular jazz Mitchell' cellar won't result in anything has grown from a single expertIn I The alleys ne..U..l
song, "What'll I do When You Are worse than headaches :In the 1914 to a corps of utmost 50.000( active AT cleanin' up--the Gone Away--What'll I do?" drawled morning," life-eavera. !In this tenth year of I ) growin' high- a c h family
the work It Is predicted that fully owned spotted that
4 Elsie Baker a pup
t by With that, I turned and followed
p'' sin'in'"e'd CO.OOD more experts will be eligible/ I I ( howled as we went by. .
"Aw, 'can' Mr. Wright, who wa. apparentlyeager
The looked slab-
for membership In the corps. Thin wimmen
rather hear SallUs. Give UB a toast, for attention.
my sided an' the whisk
large accession In a single year In men was
.i and all eyes turned -in my direction. Outside on the terrace I jumpedup confidently expected as the result of ered rank. A veteran
Instantly the room was quiet. A and snt on tho railing, lie stood the 22.000 of ; I with a wooden face was settin'
compliment m u crowd in high campaign among troops \ in the bank. I be
silently beside my for n moment. may
Boy Scouts under plan to qualify i I
a i
spirits. They liked me and I liked Then taking both my hand in his at least two lifeguards in each troop wrorg about It, but I've got this
them. kind of people. much to ay: I couldn't stand rphearsm' -
were my lie said in a voice that was grave and During the past year 4,746 men,
We spoke the same language, and I tender: I i Per a funeral everyday!
3.374 women 9,731 boys and girls successfullY ,
could feel their approval. They depended "I've come to take you home, Sal- passed the rigid tests of the It means s.n ilng to win a 'first1' In the R.Q cub contests at the Florida = -. ._

on me to whoop things up for lie." Red Cross-an Increase of 6,331 over I State Fair, If you ould judge by the happy exp ass on an this young many'' =---- 6sstc 0

them, and, by Jove, I wouldn't fail "I don't see why that's necessary. 1923. Intensive Instruction Is developing I countenance. Arv when you come
them. I'd help them have a good Isn't Anne sufficiently entertaining hundreds of qualified examiners ducer" mean sor, "thing for his state-he and the many other members of I
.h' time. The kind of good time they ?" for the Red Cross Life-Saving Corps,
wanted."A his organization t.e Boys' Pig Club have bought and Introduced on Florida
"Please don't," he pleaded. "She who supplement the teaching staff )
toast,. Sallie!" they clamored.I has nothing do with this." I maintained by the national organization. I farms more than : 0,000 worth of pure bred stock since the work was started'

raised my glass. i The cause of water safety Is In the state
"I give you the Younger "Oh, dosen't ehe? I laughted therefore penetrating to new sections
a'rt.t. :1 Set!" scornfully. "Then why did you take
I and eventually will cover all American -
"We\ believe the on unpardonable her to church, and why did you go to territory.

sin Is-being bored. her house Sunday night for sup Recognition of this Red Cross servIce -
t: "We in each other per?" I flung at him, the words that 1 U You
forgive anything for humanity : growing apace. .NEEI) l'-iIOT. FA-II. tr 1--:
r except being stupid had been burning !in my brain all At the request of the War Department .

<"We< promise that whatever hap- evening. very military training camp had lifesaving Ten years ago when Charles H. ened him that he determined to.
pens tonight we will never speak of lie looked puzzled. H( held my Instruction last summer Municipalities Jury of Pasadena, California, was live and not only to live but to I
It and also promise to forget every- hands closer and his grasp wall sure have adopted the Red 62 years old he reached the break- again! earn money and to again take BY
thing In tho morning." and ifentle. I liked the firm pressure' Cross course public and private '' ing point of his life. A year before his place in the world of useful HAD

"IJravo, Sallie! Encore! There of his. cool fingers( schools are offering It to students he had been wiped out In business persons. He was resolved to make
losing everything he
s was a din of applause and then sil "You don't understand, Sallie. ) business civic and athletic organizations a small possessed but the barren ground he owned sup
and cottage and a bare plot of port him. Fighting back the numb- sell a few to a local market. That
ence. This isn't frivol us. It is necessary are promoting campaigns, ground 75 by 100 feet. To add to ness in his swollen hands and exercising Winter he began raising rah tta.
"Here's to Life, Love and Lnui!'hs for you to come home. Don't be police departments are making It a his troubles he was stricken with them f i few minutes out Ills feet and legs were paralyzed
ter," I continued "Let in hereby alarmed when I tell you- part ot tbe conditioning process for Incipient rheumatism of so pro of each hour in the day despite the and still are and ho has never left ''

dedicate our lives to pleasure!" (To be continued) their recruits gressive a nature that he becamea agony it entailed, ho managed the wheel chair excepting to be
Volunteer lite-savors throughout the "ho les9" cripple. Starvation within three months time to lifted into bed and out again.
country the American Red Cross re-I faced him and his feeble wile. A manipulate a hoe, and with this But the rheumatism and paralysis
I ports are eagerly advancing the cause I specialist whom he couldn't pay hoe and the aid of lUll wife he tilled have been kept localized there.
i 8OO of Florida's Fairest of water safety 3SS volunteers told him ho would never walk the entire plot of ground before His swollen hands and arms obey
jag medals for giving from 200 recel"'j again and probably would never be the Spring of that year had closed.. him. Be la a breeder of Belgian
hours' service In two or three years.In able to use his hands again. A Before the summer had waned his hares, which ha sells to local deal
rf :. Maids in State Fair Revue addition 36 rescue' bars to medals neighbor gave him a wheeled ether bands and arms were obeying him ers, and his carrots and cabbages
members ot the Red and he settled back to die, Instead of he obeying them. Dur- are tho finest in California. He
were awarded i I *>f starvation or creeping paralysis. ing that summer he raised enough owns a new home, has every com
Cross Corps who saved one or more The haunted and pinched face of choice vegetables to not only support fort and is regarded M fairly wellto
lives during the year. I hl) feeble wife, however, so fright- himself and hla wife, but to do.WHY >
LAVISH SETTINCS COINC UP It Is for the work and extension ot I .

I life-saving that continued support I i _.
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through memberships Is sought ----- ---- -- -

the American Red Cross urges: all persons
: Brilliant Spectacle to be Staged to Join or renew membership '-- -
Nightly flV {.OH.' I CBklT-IN-LV. GOT A LOT
!luring the enrollment campaign open FOLKS OC .SwERS' TO M'/ GUESSING COtiTTiT BETTY, YOU MAKE Mii
F at Florida State Fair; Jacksonville ing Armistice Day November 11. IVB BIN uu sa.-i' ALL WRONG; *0 BtUSHi THAT THOUGHT
i November 20-29 Fall and winter is the time to BOfD 13T -OB: AUCDO iL1.twoI6LMz; SAY3 NAUGHTY NAUG44 'fiT
prune out dead \and lYing wood from .
Q b+ I- I* the fruit tree. TOWN

Jacksonville Fla.-Designed as a platform >

r wetting worthy ct> the brilliant spec ou u level with the boxes Thor I !is easier on the whole family if their Paul had I ., b.h.n l'' I

It Is to support when the will bo u constant things tine in urdt-i the night before. Edciit n.vr. had.it
procession Lull _
of love *had t rfor )
Florida Passing Revue Is presented at lines along the brilliantly OabiM 4.9 nul, hays :
lUttei ,
the Florida, State Fair November 20- walk- onu riot of color after aaotneithroush itAll RirUHav, .it ntc*

29, tho hippodrome stage at the Jacksonville the course of the review I Richard E. Enright I Boys n will ..*., haveM" ;

\ fairground Is beginning to every night! of the fair. CaUaihw had,.
take on a unique form as cariientorj, Tho parted curtains .,e luccMMun
at the end Coo
cents Dv L..w.1I
and stage artists labor together on are to be arranged, so that through had it thrv timtbut ', LII PaP
plans wblch call for the most elab- the opening will be f..ct .. b.cIblh.d i
revealed It boac briar.lJv .
orate arrangement for outdoor entertainment scene with t
a company of ; /
: girl
ever made la the South Playing upon the sand, and I .. iI 4 _
lbs jt J
It will be stage, runway sail ilanc cbliironcure of fireworks I Edwardf.lcCullough t ti S I
t Ing platform together anti nothing lights and softenlag shadows Th I : II -

but the most lavish and commodious, officials In charge of the spectacle an I
tk- setting will suffice The Florida fuss r
giving their assurance that it will b.. I -
ing' Revue If the plans of the state A thing of unique and ,
s. fair officials work out. Is to presenta The Florida Beauty Ballet .
one fea : I
cast of .iOO beautiful girls Florida ture of the rousing Revue will appear I! NO ONE eoessap IT-

girls, for a series of glittering and 1m- on the stage twice each night I DO You 6IVB OP TI'LETTER
preantve. ensembles.! I representing In each member a city FOLKS ? -NE DO? }{ENr
t The stage Is being erected In front :or community of the state more thai YeP' Yc i1EN
of the grandstand across the race' fifty of whom are to send their faJrns WELL I'U. s HEM NEIIMge4

track. At the rear will be a silken r.. H.aMe
curtain 350 foot brand and 49 feet Florida. They will be Judge I ITIS < HEN ,,
; high which will part In tho center to by a competent cltlmns' committee TH'ANSWEB stnr

I.if admit the pageantry of the review toes and gradually, eliminated until onl): IS -- V I +
the sppctntors' vision one &llas' Florid remains to be crown ', a..
An Inclined runway will load from ed Queen of beauty on the last nigh I w.M
.' the .h",, .,...,.. .hn ....,... trnrk on aJ '.Nf tho fnlrMisses If/ .a
f -
PINE CASTLE HI LI. I : Clemmie and Lucile Hall I
r spent Sunday afternoon with Mr.l: I' 7]A T
Pine Castle hill Oct. 31.-:Mr. and
and :Mrs. Ernest Yarborough, of u
Mrs. E. L. Youngblood and little eon i Starke. | The man who came- from th4/

Lawton were the guest of her parents Mr.! and Mrs. Oscar Hall spent! i, ranks to head the police of the YQ

Mr. and Mrs A. L. Hall Sunday I I Sunday with his parents, Mr. and world's matest city Hew York Q
afternoon. :Mrs A. C. Hall. He has done more in seven lean1 ) )

Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Johns motored Lynn Hall of Hampton, was the time than all predecessors to Mtns'h. :

q to Starke Sunday afternoon.Mr. guest of his uncle and aunt, :Mr. andMrs. \standard. department cl io iu prs nt high i
Calvin Davis of Gainesville, ; A. C. Hall Monday. made New York ffflcifncy.safe He has EDta4a7e.Mr .
fo? the stronger w.ee.svra
,... was in our section Sunday afternoon. Misses Clemmie and Lucile Hall and avoided by the crook. C'4. o'-

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ern Railway: the new line which is 1
I HOW'S THIS? being built ncross Florida. Mr.Vnr- I

News of Florida in Short Paragraph IHtI." C4TAIIHII MKIHri\Fl will lield Kain coniinuilicatio, i toTile
So what wo claim for It-rl>1 >nur nygtfm
.. --- -. .-..... ..' ......-.....-..--.....--. ., .-.. ....... -. ., of Catarrh or Cl"ufiH'*'" c.iusoil bjr T.nnpu rribune:
Cumrrji. The new -hurt line--1' 1"114 clu W.I.
: : lit 1.1.'!*! CAT*II1111 iriifl\M: con- 1
Li State News Hint nt An Olmm.nt \\nloli' Jul,k1rRcllvvea em and )Northern Knilromli.f the ,
ve tlip raturrhitl, Infl.immatlun uhd" cubn.ird Air Line Railway, u .ihkunnectioiiH
th Intt-rnnl
a Tonicwlilrh
,"...-.-.... '" .....-...__..___ _..J si.t,* IhroURh the Bloo.l on thx Murou* to und from the i -, \
Surrve thu restoring normal condition and West direct to \\Y-t I'inn

Told by Our Exchanges. Soli*! by druxirliitii for vr Ueach, through Cuntvr Hill I'ol ,
K. J Cheney A Co.. oo'ti:. City, Auburndale. Winter 11.1. : '

!I'IfI1 West Lake Wales, Mnunlai.i I.aUe I I Ii
bridge went out before high waters,
it I'wlro Bl'uch-Dr. II. F. J.1 in this city November 1, amounting was relieved Friday afternoon. and Highland Park, West l-io i 1- i

ndel, in charge of tick erndkavork I I to about -0 per cent. Two thousand Workmen for the Florida East proof, Avon Park, Sebring, niulOkeechobee

in this zone, reports that I cutomer? will benefit by the reduction Coaat Kallway Company connected penetrating tno KomUi-,

wild as deer, believed to have which begins with gas constmed tin: highway to the railroad with two fully picturesque region of fcnn.il
jn of the Brahma or sacred I in November. Under the new trestles on each side of Barman river Florida with its myriiul 1 lakew" and!

India in them, have been rates, reduction the first 5,000 feet where the bridge wait swept rolling hills beautiful in the-r array

from the 'Cilades by the re- I will cost $2 a thousand compared I awiiy. lluavy planking then was of orange grove* and unm.illcd, inAmerica SAY "BAYER ASPIRIN" and INSIST !

flood and have been raiding with the presen charge of $2.50; for' laid on tho railway's crossing over wilt oS|
ffarms in the vicinity of Fort the second 5,000 the cost will be the river which travel passed. and freight trnmc on .Liiuiri";,' I ,
over Unless tho ) ,sV
11125.: : The now short line1, 'om 'ri-niiL* .\ \oukV "H.iwr Oi: mi tablets .\11 .ire
IIInlail'. $1.00 and for all over 10,000, the rate | iUilwuy guards will bo kept there
t is fixed at $1.75. Ida)' und night tot tho accommodation 238 miles of new construction, including not rivcJ l safe
I IDrllilmtuwn"Therl
the !18. cross-ulato mil. ,
ttpn rhi- two masted schooner of South Florida travel along MKC by millions UK! nu-SLriboJ t 5itiatis 2vears\ for
by pli .
: :
_ed nuI'lu"co! : Collier county, : is some organization this main highway. mauKiirate the only cruss-stntu > : :

"< ?, Ad"1I1.1I D, of Weymouth N. of conspiracy for the per coast to coast service between SI.

3ntichiKiner of sixty-seven I petration" of crimes in thin city and Richmond--Charles: Ray, of this I'etersburg telleair Cloarwatcr, Ctikls Headache

nmiicc, aicording to iiiformai'd I Ic vicinity, "which imports its confederate city, who attempted to end his own Tarpon Springs, Tampa mid Wbst

,.,, here. No trace has yet from elsewhere to violate the life by jumping from a fust moving", Palm Keach through Dartow and

[found of the crew. The uchoonl.itt II law in our midst," according to I tram near Orlando, J la., has during West Luke Wales. Night and
reported Baling from cations described the Manatee Indi'j the past two years, been employed dully through) passenger ""I', lee will

a'IIa) "'l"ber 2, for I'orto Cortex: ty grand jury in a general i as n bookkeeper by tho Union !llank be established from eiistern cities Toothache Lumbago
_ru., ment to Judge W. T. Harrison, of ol Richmond. An official of the bunk ] and Jacksonville toVe..t Palm

the eighteenth judicial circuit. The 'stated that Hay had gone south on Ueach and similar service across the Rheumatism

I I'etl..burg-A committee has grand jury called attention to the IIIH vacation tie was to have state between St. Peternburg, fainpu j Neuritis

,Appointed by tho local Optimist fact it "had evidence before us of ed to woik last monday but return-// and intermodiato points m."
of three outbreaks of mob violence in \\ent Palm Beach reducing the time
1'b.tifto the
consider advisability urday tht) bank received a telegram
which contains. directions.Handy .
Accept only "n.iyer" p.u-lcige: ;
jEestajfelHshing a Stork Endowment this county during the piu-sent year." from him in which he ,state.) thut his I bv many hours from count to coast. I proven

'(ijun: <;r Each family to which a new Two of these were whipping or hd accepted a position in Florida. In addition to Seaboard's other limited "Itnyi'r" txixcn of 12 tiililetn Also boltliw ofM: alI
(biambjer<< I ix added during the next floggings the other a murder per and would not return. His work hero I trains there will he added n" I A.i lrln \lit Ui* lro Jo mirk of llnjff Muiufuluro of Mou.xrotlo.ciaottur at lleflluelil

<(:a MDdar >car would benefit from petrated by strangers. was entirely satisfactory in every trains entitled "Orange BloKsimLimited. ---------- ------

_. id to the extent of $100 if the way, it was said und there wait no .." "Coast to Coast Limited" .., SEA lOAIW T1MK: TABLK

u tionv of Ena Kenwick, club Daytona Early morning activities intimation of any financial dilTiculti und "Cross State LimitpJ.. (In effect May 11, 1024)&)

I Jl'lUiber, are followed.The of local police netted the arrest which were attributed by the This new line of railrond is one tt SouthboundNo. -
of three men on charges of violating the most and valuable
important mprovements -
the of his act.
man as cauao
>oung 1 roaches SUrfce at 11.38 m.No. .
state board of the national and the p.
prohibition law that has betn made in

nagement, Daughters of the seizure of 20 cases of choice liquors. Gainesville Authorities at the' Florida m many yearn. It will inu I I 3, 11.02: a. m.

jfAn&rican ItcAolution, will be held I Tipped that a boat toad of liquor had Florida Experiment Station expect' the two side of the state into close i No. 21, Cedar Key 6:00: p. m.

3htelN<' i iiihi-r ((5, with the local41Ma..hl arrived off the coast, ollkern were on to begin actual Investigational work'' and convcmorft communication anil No. 15, Limited, 1:10: p. 1.

fchiipter a< tmtc as hostess to the the alert and nabbed three automobile about November 1 on methods to will mean tho greater development NorthboundNo. -

ber I'hiu one of the most drivers and their alleged contraband control the disease known as nail of the entire peninsula. It is irrutifying 2 reaches Stark 6:03: .. m.

tan: meetings of the year, atplan aa they approached the south rust of tomatoes. This special work I to learn that the :Suuhouiil; Air Nil 4, 4:20: p. in.
are made for the sea- bridge the Halifax river. Two has been made possible by the rais- I
across Lino will put on limited trains on No. SO, Cedar Key, 8:50: n. m.
Work ,in
\riitini formulated. Evanston, were assessed fines ol l e lands Chamber of Commene, the j I road and that travel between the two Wannee HranchNo. -

$200 each when arraigned in police county commissioners of Dude county coasts of Florida will no longer bon
,. 101 leaves Stark 7:40
stems hip Dio : a. m.
court. The case of Hiram Ashley, the the Tomato Growers Association matter of delay iindVdi.scomfort
(filch put iiUu port reported hav- No. 101 arrive SUirlie 3:16: p. m. ,
third man, was postponed. of Vero St. Lucio county, and others ;
iingtbeen loaded, about rather heavily T. J. GlilFFIN, ,
At least 12,000 in cunh has been A CLEAR SKIN .
|.by-th; hurruane which swept the Tallahassee A state-wide cam made available by then institutions Agent.

|,GUi /of !Muxnu. Tho master of the paign among Presbyterians to raise The commissioners of Dado county the Bright sparkling eyes, clicfks witH '
1rMf, saul he was about 160 milesfromjKev $75,000 for Palmer College at DeFuniak glow of health a km is smooth To Stop n Cough Quick < )'
also have appropriated $700 to pay as velvet the ideal we nil strive to
: Wi'tt when the trouble Springs and $20,000 for the expenses of a government specialist attain. No blerrushci' no eruptions tnkn HAVES': IIKALINO IIONEY.\ iouKli
iw UI.ncotinuTiil and he said ho was historic Tallahassee 1'rexbyterian who will do investigational work on no blackheads no mnrki to destroy ( mrcllriim wlilrli stops tlio (*i>iih( by t '


';.eavilthe Mjasel. The damage to the according to plans made by the cam this winter. The secret is pure red blood free II box of JKOVE'S 0PFNTKATESAI.VK :
..b'1 ...ltloCht.I I paign executive committee which from poisons and impurities, blood II I : for Clittftt Cold,,*, load OiliN and

has just disclosed some of the details Tallahassee Death of Kithard, that makes the body glow and radi- I Croup: U inuliiHml 1 wltli every Ixittla of
A hearing will be held ate health, blood that drives 11A YfS': HCALINC HDNKY.; Ttm siilvaHMiuilii
. of the plans. At the meeting of the Clark, negro convict, In an automobile I
I bOils bo riihlird vn the rhi-Nt Ami' throat ,
1 lion 1 any objections eruptions eczema and 1
Florida of the has been
sjnod rr&byterian accident this tity
near children HiinVrlrtrf from CuM or Croup. '
skin blemishes a
from the fof
>-jn :tlh to the proposed construction church in Jacksonville, Palmer College reported to the state prison. oUice. LEONARDI'S KLIX1R syntem.FOR 1I 1I I Tht Hi-nllnil rir ofJ' lf350OOU: canal from BiacnyneB I which is under the control oi Clark was driving a state road department THE BLOOD makes rich red I otinhlni'tl with Ilia liwnlllia"nW*.'" '{
y\between Park and Bellevue Bisthe > 1 (,mv.. n (> IVu 'I mm !IHVI< tlimuHlt lUci |Nit" "* of. j ,
the synod, was authorized to conduct trurk from a camp onKomi Hood, drives the impurities out i hit Hhln itiiitll Mffi|1'.ttf'.nimh. 1 1llni \ .
taY1'Lto!! :Miami drainage canal. a campaign for $7:>,000 to meet No. 1, being re-routed anil brings the glow of health. Use it u ri'inrihi-tt, nm INII. knl In linn orlim. anil lnn .
,,' jproposed canul will be used for some pressing needs of the institu graded near Tallahassee, when he now. Insist on LEONARDI'S.RefWle I ..t iilllio iimiljIiUMl IrvMimi'nl l 1.3Re, j 'I,
for and it is .'"Ht IIKk your drudtilHt/ fur IIA yt:::; ; ,
yachting re- tion. run Into a wet slippery stretch of substitutes. At all dru gistll. ___ __ __ _- I I'lud,1 IIKA1JNK: IIDNtY.prodiu I "
, ported, the Pennsylvania Sugar road and tho truck over-turned, pinning lion' *. < in' 1li.il' id, ,Inn: ;t .__ _. __ __ r
Company will ship freight on the Orlando-Probably the most Important I-'IMW;; ) K.MIO.N I' 'linn' Hinee the boll wouvil 11!
him underneath causing in- uas fortv' bnxi"" Ml ( :imM'ljunl.,, UNhoxi'K
tv business to before the IN:1 CITKUS CONDITIONSTallahassee. :I ; I
erwa> htugboat. come hr"lIlCh't than !
A corner's declared came, and more j jth
stunt death. jury muticy
district meeting here November 0 at Kuitu l It<> boxes at Itmiitilla -
eter"burg-The Pine lias Pow.Compan.v and 7 of the Kiwanis clubs will be a his death was due to accidental Nov I. -- Conditions ; 120 hiixi-n. at :Xolfn, and I 'Jit! IIOXIHat ,, .<> jri.OOO) balu crop of HIM I. when '

-.. has started suit for proposal to divide the present Flor causes. Clark, said to have been from on the East Count of tho utate relative Frost' proof.. In additional to that I'I the .stiipli1 sold for live cunts per

120,000 damages against!; the !llexlean.:1Petroleum ida-Alabama section into two dis Allen.lale. S. C.: was sent up fro.m tn the shipment of immature Icrttroyrd nt \Uimitilla, :'IfiO IIOXTM are' pound. This fall tile price ranged

, : Company for alleged/ tricts. The proposal has been sanctioned BrevnrJ county in April 1U12 and and un-ripe citrus fruit from Florida hcmK held up then. from twenty to thirty i-tmtn. After
bftljach of "nll'lIet during the World would have been released on Christ satisfactory with the .
i by the internal trustees it is are exception ----- --- several years of experimentation the
alleges it mas Eve, this 'ear. Officials said ho of homo at Narunjn according Pile Cured lit o to 14 Day
.WrJIti company the moth-
stated and a majority of clubs in this I farmer* have learned bunt
" tu this amount was a model prisoner, had never given received here from Dnuuliiliirrriiiiil/ nmnryir I'AOOIVIMF.NrfiiHnlo :
to telegram ,
'a. pay a
ge of thn of tho
district have signified their willingness cure .In lilnil. Illlii.I, Illnmllnii' or I'rtitniillnil OIH reducintr<< rrtvuifen
a'bo'f' ...contrnd prices owing to the and! desire to have it divided a moment's trouble during his incarceration Nathan Mayo, commissioner of agri film Imilmilly rnllnviM liiililim l'll;\ ':ll u. weevil and m many Instances a full
failure furnUhlfuel and they deeply degret- has the can tf"t remul(Menu after flrat applkitilnu. *
.petroleum company's to geographically. Many entertainment culture. Mr. Mayo been in crop wax obtained di'Bfilto' tht1 pent

oil during the war at contract features, including a golf tournament ted tho accident. field for several days personally conducting .MILLION( :I DOI.I.AU I'KAM: ;; production per acre In this und! adjoining .

;prices agreed upon between on November 6, have been arranged Pensacolu A presentment eight the fight against shipment CHOIIN:1 JACKSON:I COUNTY: countioH running all lilgh a*

the.two., concerns.Saraaota for the meeting which will pages of single-spaced legal sUe paper of fruit from the nt.itto thnt, does not a bali and more* to tho acre which

; Or. Jack Halton of'thlscltjrjffea bo attended by Victor M. Johnson, requiring tho foreman almost meet requirement of the law as to Jackson county In in the midst ofhurvexting breaks most old high records..

color and acidity. and marketing its
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; received information that president. an hour to read, was returned by I The telegram reported that the dollar crop of peanuts., Pick up and burn tliosn pecan and,
the fo Escambia circuit
nrgetina of the :hcubourd: Air Line Tampa.Flyby.nlght" real estate grand jury commissioner, who Is accompaniedby Following a series of bod crop hickory twigs that are glrdlml' olT in
in its final of the
Railway will hold a meeting here salesmen who seek to do business court report year J. II. Dodger, chief of tho citru yi-arx of which lent year was tho winter by the pecan girdlen. This '

December u-11 Dr. Halton is vice hero are to be thoroughly): investigated to Judge A. U.! Campbell. The jury, inspection division of the agricultural worst, the year' l'J2l! : ha, been in 1,,!<,lIe lays her "KK" In these twigs!
In seiiaion almost weeks
president of the association. Thelette".conveymt by the Tampa Real Estate witnesses end examined department, continued, to destroy most renpivtfi the bust in n clecailo. the young, hutched from the ugK'i

' / the information I Board. At the suggestion of .I. many inspect fruit being prepared for shipment The cotton crop will bo near ten live on this dead wooj. Iturn it and ,

'toId-lPr! ; Halton that from 150: to 200 i G. member of the board% ed records, after which it Indicted the avoid trouble.
, Lurvey, which did not come up to specificaFOLKS thousand bules whkh U largest
'aurgeon will probably attend tho I Piesldent Charles I*. GloVer announced Constable Mike Murphy on a charge I

convention, and it is expected: that a that he would immediately of drunk ness, recommended his removal
numberj them will bring their from office; severely criticized
: take steps to have the by-laws of
Justice of the Peace Will L. Johnson
wivealand daughters.j.
the board revised and its policies
for fees in
changed with the view of strengthening collecting cases not .
Palrn Beaih A fisher boy -
the docket
I on
of ; I TIiLL YOU Pol-> \
protection people against
{ Uncovered the body of C. Leon Oatlingrjpswedish the possibility of being swindled county commissioners for conduct "'IQA"NI"" TAL.IC;, \N EW H .
fisherman, hanging of their offices; characterized acts of A \I L. \e !
short in Ost- by irresponsible salesmen. He indicated TOLD ie. i WASNOTHING )
from the end of a rope the city commissioners at flagrant -
that a specialist probably INCUR BUT
lings\ihack/ at Kiveria, five miles misfeasance; arraigned enforcement t"J A MOPCLE&SOkO
would be .
employed within the near
north Jpf, here. It was thought that officer of the city, state and federal v : ./ 1
dead for hours. future to look into the matter thor '( ''''A ( .
OtUnyJhad been 2t governments for not enforcing the TOWN ) .I<
oughly. :-- ,
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Therfdead; man was about 55 years prohibition laws. -' -
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oldjLHejhad been living in meagre Orlando--A novel scheme has been 1 r. ;', <
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clrtunutancus: of lie era said. Letters Maggie is !:;. -r. 'l( I
adopted by the police authorities of .f'f'
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writ ten[to him in the Swedish lun- this city to bring truffle law violators HELP FOR OLD FOLKS Surely f: ;.: "\- t ,...

&' & he had a sister liv.CbJpIey into court. Effective November 1, the <, f / ",.1 rr
In 'Cbicago. Insulted ; ;
policeman finds an automobile I f'
Three indictments for parked the wrong/ way or in the Old AC Should De Happy Not a Now f ,-rl; j jr'I
Time of Sickne and ,
will leave ** SuLTeringToo
wrong place a notice in
murderSwert returned by the \Vashingtonfcoun' -

:. rand jury which ha* the machine demanding appearance -- lly I V i iI11I
of the owner in police court. To he .I
fUiiahedpts: dehLmutiona and submit- many people bejr.n; t1 ilTrr at \
doubly sure, however that the Ed..ardMcCullough
ted iJre"ort t', Judge D. J. Jones appearance middle age with constant bnvkach \ '
wb lh c ci'ii.ened circuit court at U made the officer will urinary ilia and rt-eumatic pains and

Vrnon' lt9r l..t. fall term. The three take the seat out of the car, carry it aches. Weak kidneys are usually thcaune I \ !

C!.*e* gwhich have been set for im- to a nearby store and telephone the and, if neglected, then IH dangef AUTOCASTER ,
Ju dUtiTtrial, are: U'ill Lewis fortheJaQeged patrol to get it The scat thus seized of hardened arteries, dr,>p"y, gravel r
will be held until is ef linght'n disoaie : weak -
it i redeemed by Ht.p \<'u:
of Richard
/ the owner of the car putting deposit ened kidney with a stimulant: diuretia
. .3Cegir, street for the alleged for his at the a before kulney disease iritu a firm hold! r NOW WASN'T THAT /' BUT STILL \
kUllnar.f Jin* Gilmore; Butler appearance: proper Use Dean's Pills. Thovuntuds of old UNLADYLIKE.OP BETTER w

John*|for th< ulltged killing of Abe time. folks recommend Doan'w. HER 7 .. "I /I HAviN1 HER ITJ/
Here is Starku
1U1 proof:
West Palm Beach-The automobile \ TELL LIES '
t. If. Eastman retired f
traveling .
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?(.Klimi traffic tie-up existing for the Main St. -Aeoor f J ..
VV id lint been received man, *ajri: "I hud trouble ,
tKtnJtbtt Mr Khiabeth Jones, an pat ten days on the Dixie Highway I I with rry kidney. There WR" *or",- "" 0; -, You r; ., J
flO y ar-4>ldvunuin.. is en route to seven miles north of hen- where a nes across my back and I feit pretty '. -- -:_( .
''fron, lame. I re pains In .. i J/; -- \
Philadelphia driving
yv .rONICOrove' my head, too. Doan's ruin he'p.rr/ \
tierfWniaut." u'.l.ile. She in said to me from the start. One box of !Doan'fcured .. ;
Tasteless chill _: I
havJobUiinert ,i driver's license after Tonic: rmtonM me" & t" /

taklnlr OUT !, >n*, and decided up- Energy and 'Vitality by Purifying and Price 60c at all dealfr Don't t.'J.J'-\,'.:..\/

onftJbe p wr.' n her nephew, Cor- Enriching the Blood. When you feel iuitrentttbenlnrt. .Imply **k for a kidney r -ln""Y-II'1 .... J '.

nelr te'" ,irt, whom Mrs. G. !. invigorating Pills: -the same that Mr. / ,: \ '-'/

J a :,e.I..t1! .t <>f Washington, D. It brings color to the cheeks and how Eaitraan hn' Mfr. BufTa; N. YCX .
jjlieen: M-itmg, remarked that It improves the appetite you will then ; ,. ,

M'.U t Ie' ::1J11C weU She offeredjests appreciate iu true tonic value. )[) NEWS FOR FLORIDA \ \

tCI:.t'Ide;: lam I df'splte his at Grove'* Tasteless chill Tonic Is (imply 1'

thi:1d: I2" her Jrwlnc 80 Iron and Quinine suspended In syrup. So All Florida, and especially .South; ;} I '

relldential// pleasant even children like ItThe blood Florida, will rejoice in reading the.nnoun..ment \ ', I I III'
OTl >iluct!<.>n in need QUININE to Purify It and IRON to junt made by I'rcsi- I V
and eQrdmerclal! "s rate Enrich It. ,' .
I Destroys Malarial germs and d'nt s. 'navies, Warfield. of th- *- ,
JUmo AC d by: : h. I Klornln PutheI! i Grip germs by it* Strengthening. Invigorating I t" ird Air Lini-, after itn mspuctionof ....-- --
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I Ii. Bullen, teacher. I ence Adkins were visitors to Jacksonville <<: ZIFF I I Miss Emma Johnson) visited her

Fruit punch and wafers were served -i Sunday. I [ aunt, Mrs. Conway, of Palatka ]lat
cele- Ziff Nov 7.-Mr. Russ and son, of Sunday.
The Uallowe'enVal thoroughly
c.a.1i. I by the hostess. next meeting
TI will be held UM first Tuesday in I II brated here Friday night. | Brooker were in our section bne I Mrs. A. A. Durden, Mrs. W. ;ni

I December, at the home of Mrs, C. A. Howard Thomas, of Maxville was day last week on business. i" Roper and Mrs. V. B Wheeler nt--

waJ.. gxiC: :: rJ Knight, on West Madison street. greeting friends here Sunday after- Allen Thomas, of Pine Hill, was tended church service at Waldo In :
ty Y I noon. I, in our section Friday afternoon. 1 Sunday.

WILLIE PINKSTON:. SPENDING Carroll Atkinson, who has beenill Mr. Purvis Lewis, of Starke, spent '! Mr. W. S. Futch and
I HIS LEAVE AT DUKES Run 1 Sunday here with relatives and son, A. A.
._u. ----- -------- at his sister'Irs.. Vance Futch. were visitors to Jacksonville!
and 1OUWEDDING at Brooker, is able to be back at friArds t
IJhon4"H 29 I Union County Boy, Finder of Lost I last Sunday.
I Italian Aviator, Tells of His work this week. j' Mrs. Frank Reynolds and little I Rev. Hicks, of Waldo, pastor of the
J. J. We are planning a box supper at ion, Tommie, of Ockeechobee, are
ed by the circle leader, Mrs. Experiences.Willie First Baptist! church will
+ ANNIVERSARYMr. I the school house for Friday, Novem- : and pn.uhi !
matters here visiting her parents, Mr.
Mullen, after which business here next .Sunday, November the
Pinkston of the U.S. N. Is I ber 7. Everbody is invited. i :nth,
Mrs. J. B. Thomas.
and !Mrs.\ F. A. Scott were at I were discussed. An interesting letter I '!'at 11 a. m. and 7:45: p. m.
home to their friends Sunday afternoon ( was! read from Rev. and Mrs. F. spending a well-earned vacationwith UROOKEK i Dock Thomas, of Graham, passed | Junior B. Y. P. U. :Rally at 7 p. ,?.
on account of ifc being their i,IE. Graham, missionaries to the Na- his parents at the little station I I through our section one day last Special readingsand music.

twenty-fifth wedding anniversary. vajo Indiana in New Mexico. The circle of Dukes, in Union county. Pinkston Brooker, Nov. 7.-Lewis Shriver we k. I Mrs. W. S. Futch, who has jut

From two until six many friends is doing special work to help Mr. won country-wide attention when and his mother, Mrs. Shriver spent C. C. Johns spent Sunday here undergone an operation at St. Luke's

1 called and extended congratulations Viand i( Mra. Graham in their wonderful while on lookout duty on the U S. S'I Thursday in Starke. ( with his sister, Mrs. J. W. Lewis. | Hospital, has many friends h.?. u-
end also Richmond, he caught the faint ) of Gainesville spent J. W. Lewis was shopping in Wal-
on the happy anniversary, i A. A. Hazen, I who wish her a speedy recovery.
presented them with presents suit I work.While the business was being sent up by the Italian aviator Wednesday here on business do one day last week. I| Mrs. W. B. Alexander and daughter .

able to the day. Among the handsome -i I transacted the! circle members were I telli from his wrecked plane drifting A. B. Shaw, of Gainesville spent Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Thomas and Wilma Pearl, A. N. Wilson a",iU
of silver luncheon ia be- at the mercy of the waves. flours friends.Mr. little daughter Hazel and Mrs. J.
gifts was a chest bUllY sewing-a set Sunday here with Miss Onie Parker motored to SiKir
from the family. I ing embroidered by these busy workers ,later the Richmond reached the and Mrs. L. II. Futch, of Law- B. Thomas were shopping in Graham Springs last Sunday.A .
During the afternoon Mrs. C. L. and also a quilt is being made. wrecked plane and took on board the tye spent Sunday here with her Thursday afternoon. I large number of Hampton pvu.

Morrow, of Tampa, accompanied by The following officers were elect- I aviator and* his companions. TheTelegraph's parents, Mr. and !Mrs. P. A. Crosby. t Mr. Barrie Woward and family pie attended the Baptist Associate
Mrs. A. M. Darby sang several ed: representative at Lake Lyon Crosby and Howard Molt spent the week-end at Fairbankswith at LaCrosse November the 2Gth.
beautiful selections Miss Free Wynn Circle Chairman, Mrs J. J. Bullen. Butler sends in the following account: spent the week-end at Five Mile his mother, Mrs. Howard. I II idI A. A. Durden and daughter iu.
also added to tha music: for the af Co.Chairman Mrs- A. M. Darby. ;'of the rescue and the incidents leading with relatives. 1 I Hilda; : were the guests of Mr.: ihot.:

ternoon. Brick cream and nut cake Secretary, Mrs. W. J. Epperson. UD to it. as lIven to him by- the I Lacey Rigdon spent the week-end [ HAMPTONI den's son, Herbert, who is attending,

were served the guests soon after Treasurer, Mrs. H. L. Brownlee. I young sailor: I at his home in Starke. I Hampton, Nov. 7. Mr. S. B. Price school in Tampa, last Sunday.

their arrival. After tbe business had been disposed "The Richmond left New,>ort, R. I., Lacey Prevatt, of Plant Cityspent ,, has as his guest this week his fithcr Mrs. O. Haynes and Mrs. p. ]B;,
The out of town guests were: Mrs. of, the hostesses served ice July 21st for Scotland: and Kirkuell! Tuesday in Gainesville attending I R. M. Price. Hunt were shopping in Game-, i ;',

S. C. Carnell, of Ormond, W. A. tea and delicious sandwiches. ,I Orkney Island. This is the place I to business. I|! Mr. George Conway, manager Kid last Saturday.Mr. .
Scott, of DeLand Mrs. C. L. Morrow Nineteen members were presentand where the entire German fleet was A. L. Green, P. A. Crosby, R. T. George's Quick Lunch the L. I. Roberts is the guest f
Mrs. L. J. Wynn, Mra. S. C. sunk. We then proceeded to Rey- I S. M. Wott. Ed Lewis and,,
of Tampa Mr. and one out of town guest, rtstecn. week-end with his parents, Mr. unJ: his daughter Mrs. H. B. People-, Jl
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Wynn and daughters Carnell, of Ormond. I II kjavikc, Iceland from there to L. R. Gainey spent Monday in Starke, Mrs. Conway, of Palatka. has been visiting his son, M. H I: I I.erta I.

',. Misses Free Mary Lee and I, Fredricksdale, Greenland. Then on 'Ion business. I I I Mr. and Mrs. Ola Angelo, of Live of Jacksonville, and is emr., ,.
"' Elaine, all of Hampton. LJo:8LI1BIGGS' [,account of an accident to one of the Pound Party I Oak have the guestsof Sirs.Angelo's to his home in Hahira, Ga.
lilKniUAV PARTY I i planes, the Richmond returned to Mrs. T. P. Ward entertained with peen II. B. Wiggins, of Starke,
(I con
I Ito
parents, Mr. and Mrs. S.
;),j. 1I'\LLOW"'EN PARTY AT Leslie I' ReyXJaviko to take re-airs to the a pound party at her home last Pri- superintendent of Bradford ,
Monday a ft ei noon Erie B. Price. cow"
CLUB HOUSE- I Biggs celebrated the sixth anniversary I'I disabled plane. It was there that tl- day evening. Games were enjoyed i Mr. and Mrs. Charley Weeks, ofJacksonville was a business visitor here 1 1.-1

Friday night October 311t, ghosts of his natal day at t!' .o.ne of Italian flyer met the American flYl'l'and until a late hour then supper was visited Mr. Weeks' sister Tuesday.Mr. .

and witches held sway at the club I his parents, Dr. and Mr.C.. L. after repairs had been made -rved. Among those present were: Mrs. Elsie! Sparkman last Monday Milton Black and family \' ,J.
house for it was the annual !gathering Biggs, on North Walnut street. 'I i.both flyers hopped off for Fredrickidale !Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Boatright, Mr.n'd and Tuesday.Rev have been located in the Rawls .
Greenland. Luuutelli'B plane Mrs. Alvin Wasdin, Mr. andMrs. tage the school .
Hallowe'en and theWomen's near building ha
of of the
spirits on Windham
Tho little invitations pastor
cunning w '
the fastest went ahead of the Mrs. Annie
"ing I. W. Pinholster
moved to the Adams
club had invited them to Methodist church here cottage.
worded:! this way "I am going togive rican and when he arrived at Pinholster Mrs. T. P- Ward Misses preached
Main street this week.
<' the club house to enjoy; last Sunday at 11 The
meet at a party. Will you come? I am hoping a. m. subject
the harbor of Fredr. :).sdale it was iris Godwin, Mattie Ogden Laura
r their yearly custom. so. November 3, 1U3I, at 3:30 to 0:30: foggy: and he was rfrttvl to trfor/ Wynn, Geneva Harrell, Marie Ra- | was : "Salt":, The Scripture lesson NEW RIVER
The club' rooms were attractively o'clock. And please let me know." | : was the fifth chapter of Matthew.
a landing for fee c he would be burn Jewell Conerly Lucille Har
decorated with Hallowe'en! colors and ,' The lesson text was: "Ye are the salt New River Nov. 7.Messrs ,,
w the the J U("
Pinning nose on pumpkin wrecked on shore. lie decided it was rell, Pearl Green, Cantey Oliver I II
symbols and the! lights gave I j of the earth but if the salt has lost I Turner and Gerald Adkins ,
1SU'1 for ; are t ,
face and .1
) bobbing apples were best to make a I I., ling just off? the Grace Green Virginia Colson, Lela
dued glow through their orange the for entertainingthe its savour wherewith all shall it be ing in South Florida< this week.
among games harbor until th' K cleared up. Mao and Mona Andrews, Ruble
orations. Black good Cottage '
', make prayer meeting wa !
small people who came to When he landed ti la. was a heavy Gainey Lubedia Pinholster, Jose- I 1
: corners bats and witches flew I nothing, but to be cast out and trodden at B. F. Renfroe's last Wedne-d.
merry with the bright young host sea and the waves bn, > the rudder phine Chesser, Ktellnmae Ward, Lois .
t- around, and orange Jack o'lanternn and him with useful < I i I under the foot of man. evening. Mr. Renfroe was lea i ,
present many of the plane. He was ;ass e to rise, and Ouida! Gainey, Florence Ward,
', ;' gave light. Even a real witch's kettle and beautiful gifts but after the tot cleared u."e decided -'Mildred Cone, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin i'i The saving power of God wa < cry The meeting will be held at M\ .J ISapp's ]
j, was watched over by a beautifully compared to the saving next
Mrs Ralph E. Rhodes, of Tallahassee that h/wjulj const on :in to H.izcn. Messrs. Valborn Harrell, Wednesday evening.
.:r (Miss Kate Struth) and everyone! ( I i I properties of salt. The beautiful illustrations New River School Improvcni .
"grub' from it for luck. and Miss Aileen Alvarez as- the harbor, wh a his gas gave o.tt. Royce Gainey, Bill Conerly, Cephus I used
could tadto
:I were interesting Society cleared $27.60
sisted Mrs. Diggs in entertainingand He way compelled to allow his planedrift 'r'rirrell Lacey Rigdon, Howard Dar- at the I In
A feature of the evening, which the Let
; point. your light shine! supper October 14th. Athletic
Y serving the happy company of and aftr four days and nightshe Roy Lesley and Dave Green, Guy equipment "
to all the grand the
;, uo pf was was ringing challenge. has been ordered for the iln
beautiful children. The birthday was 126 nIcs off the coast of Harrell, Livingston Russ, II. B. and '
march. In this strange gathering At the vening service Rev. Wind-
feast was of ice cream in cones lady Greenland. I' Lyon Crosby Lewis Shriver and Guy dren.Another
St, were ghosts, fairies, witches brown- ham illustrated the life of Christ box supper Is to be hi'I
tinners and cake. As favors,-each "The Richmond several other Long. .
cup .
; and maids
lea, clowns Spanish gypsy with stereopticon pictures whichwas Friday Nov. 7, proceeds to go f"i
'I and others all adding their girl wall given a fancy Hallowe'enhorn American vnaols a d Danish vessels made
jl : many I PINE HILL interesting and instructiveto lighting building and improve
and the boys were presentedwith with Eskimos from Greenlandwere
, bit of color and life to the scene. both old and young. grounds There will also be an irituesting ".
h,' For the march, and' throughoutthe harps. The large white and gold patroung; th waters locking) j|I Pine Castle, Nov. 7.-Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Thomas Watson of Rome debate. There will be -f<"',"i
cake ornamented with
evening, splendid music was birthday was for LocateK and companions. I was j i I A. C. Hall were the guests of their Ga., is the guest of her father, Mr. speakers on each side. The subi., -
( "o. furnished by an orchestra consisting yellow tapers. among the .vatch on the Richmond ;; son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and H. H. Hall for debate will be: "Resolved Tn.<
of Miss Rosa Leviton, piano; Mi> Those enjoying this happy affair that night .u d at Ii:24 ;J. 11. I noted ]I!i Mrs. A. O. Hall, of Hampton Sun- Andrew Sm+con, of South Florida Women Should Not Be Allowed t i,

i Frank Carpenter, drum; Mr. S. E. were: Luis Adkins, Margaret NetT, a faint rocket olt' the F irboard beam j!I day. I is spending this week with his brother Vote." Everyone is invited and the

i Ritch, clarinet; Mr. Ovtfn Griffin, Lillian Garrls, Marjorie and Lillian The rocket was just going out whenI Master Clyde and Wilbert Hall J, H. Saxon. girls and ladies are asked to bruu-
t .... violin. Stump, Dorothy White, Lois Long, saw it. I at once reported it to) the I spent Monday with their sister Mrs 1 Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Rawley and boxes. \

"; Following the grand march prizes Frances Lee Peek, Martha Powell officer of the deck, but he doubted E. L. Youn blood, of Graham.Mr. grandson, Mervin L., of Green Cove Messrs Pledger Johns and Clai,
were awarded for attractive cos Itunnie Canova, June Bullen Vonda it, owing to the fact that it was en- I Gad Johns arrived here Sun- I Springs, are visiting here this week. ence Adkins spent a few days in

tumes. To Miss Carolyn Frlpp, who Inman, Georgia Catherine Haynes, tirely find of the range they expected day from Waycross, Ga. to make his Mr. W. H. Maxwell, of Jackson- Jacksonville last week.
rr impersonated a Chinese girl find to Louise Brown, Vera Claire I obinlion. to the plane, but in about I future home with his brother and villa spent the week-end with hU Cane grinding Is beginning an I

;Mr. I'owell Carpenter as a Chinese Katie Colley, Virginia Alvarez, five minutes another racket: was sent i!I sister-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. G. F. mother, Mrs. J. M.: Maxwell. the minds of the young folks tin-i, :
man, went the /first prizes. Little Martile Hemnungway, Ed Neif, Jr., up and this time I showed it to the Johns. | Mr. and Mrs E. A. MtKenney hadas to parties.

Miss Marjorie Stump, as a clever : Joe Edwards, Jr., Billy Long. Sin officer of the deck. Later he called ')S. Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Hall and little their guests last Sunday Mr. and !Mrs T. B. Turner returned horn,

brownie, and Katie Calley, as' a lit- I clair Peek, 3r., Paul Knight, Charles the captain who gave orders to daughter Audry Mr. and Mrs. W. Mrs. Charles McKinney, of Graham. Sunday from Cordele, Ga.Vh"" !r,,

. ,. tle fairy, were) nlso pnAs-wlnner. | Lucian Kickliter, Junior MucDonuld, change the course and go toward the ; II. Hall were the guests of their; Dr. and Mrs. Wagner, of Lake I she has been at the bedside of h, i
Costumes deserving special mention Billy Graham Merrill Futch, Billy light eighteen miles away. After brother. Mr. A. C. Hall Sunday. ''Geneva were business visitors here I son, William, who is ill of typh, !
) were a parcel post package' lep- Powell. A. W. Anderson, Jr., Louie steaming for about an hour we came !; Earney Jr. and William Dowlins: last Saturday.Dr. pneumonia.

relented <>y Newton Clark, and .ire Brown S. R. Johns, Jr., Ralph alongside the Italian /flyer. Locctelli'I spent the weekend at Zit with their Bishop, of Gainesville, was a Hallowe'en proved an inter..-tll''
dainty little rose ImpersonateJ by Rhodes Jr.. of Tallahassee, Emmett and hill three companions were taken i; uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Tru- professional visitor here last Monday event for mot of the residents :

ic. Lillian Sternberur. Prizes for the 'c- Perryman Miss Olive Ray Mrs. E. aboard the Richmond. They were sea man Dyal.G. New River. We are sure the .
casion were generously donated by I K. Perryman, and Miss Pearl Tatum, sick and cold but were given rations F. Johns left :Monday for Wildwood P. E. Griffin was transacting ; \ and ghosts enjoyed 3,0111.Mtehes 'th"I'
i isi
J. M. Alvarez.; F. F. Stump: J. W. of DeLand. and a state room. I. where he 'IH employed. revs in Starke this week, bu-'i-I I ,1"I ,i s.

Morgan, J. E.: Corpening, and J. M. ": J "Owing to the fact that the Richmond -
Mitchell. was nearly out of oil she was ---- ---- -
U. 'U. C.
I i Refreshments of ice cream, 'ace, unable to tow the plane in, so Loca- -

coffee, cocoa, sandwiches, doughnuts, I The W. T. Weeks Chapter, U. D. telli gave orders to burn the plane. gagggyggyi :
candy, and peanuts were in: de n.!.rdt tC. met Wednesday afternoon with After pouring gas on it and setting' FLO '
by all, for even a ghost must eat in t Mrs A. Z. Adkins, at her hospitable it afire the Richmond steamed' JDA: ISMA J
r' Hallowe'en. I I home on N. Walnut street, and a away and headed for Indian __

When the hour grew late the | large number of chapter members Labrador, where the narbor'l '::...J c onville WONtwR 2 ,1
guests departed to await another enjoyed the business session and the later landed. This was the first time I :;; Q

year But they left behind than I| social/ period that followed. Mrs. J. they touched the American soil since I ",.. -;..-../-" ':... --- r" ,.',>, -' -,L ''L1)) :1:;. ,, }l'i1 I
dollars ta let the Woman's they left Alaska. The Italian I _. CT ''''' -r'E:
aviator ,
seventy II. Carradine and !Mrs\ Charles Din- ;t\'L ai1 '_'.' IiJ.J: '' : .:. i'-
t Club know what a happy evening kins chapter members of -Lttwtey, went on board tht destroyer Law
they all had enjoyed. I attendance and Mrs. Carrie rence and was taken to ; saw :
: were in BOHton.1 --.h U t3." ..f ?j srs ti7The u
"HAZEL Padgett, Of Gainesville, andrs.. Mass The Richmond went :: ,C iI=
MISS Ralph E. Rhodes of Tallahassee hay of Islands, N. F. took on fuel and -
11A LLOV E'EN: PARTY I sailed to N. S. I
were among the visitors. Pictore From there )

Miss Hazel MuUlleton gave a Hal ;! The popular and eificient president the Richmond came to Boston and RECORD BREAKING YEAR LSIMXWi./[ !/ tl 1QDayt

lowe'en party Thursday evening In Mra. J. 1\[. Brown lee, occupied, to the navy yard where ,>the la now r ..
Jfjgt3Entf "d
the barn across the street from her I I the chair and after hearing the excellent undergoing repair. I FLORIDA'S GREAT FAIR! '

,'' annual reports the election of In thanking! Willie Pinkston Loca-1 lUNIghta
numerous officers took place, which resulted aa telli\ pulled off/ his avaitor's coat and f Greatest Educational and Entertainment Spectacle of the Year! i

c ghosts, witches, goblins: and all the follows: presented it to him as a keepsake.I Buildings filled to overflowing with the cream of Florida's Agricultural. Horticultural Livestock. Dairy and "
weird train who wander about on I' President Mrs. J. M. Brownlee.! This coat ia a very costly one, wires l j jruninar industrial products acres of farm machinery automotive equipment and commercial exhibits-will make of 1
Hallowe'en. 'I lilt VicePres.11'1.. L. G. Powell. through it and electrically the 1924 ediuatlonal program r-vplatlon' for fair visitors: .

A ghost met the guests with ana Secretary Mrs. S. L. Peck. heated. j State
Official l A. A. I
4 icy hand-shake, and they were con- Treasurer, Miss Amelia Ray. On the night they were found ,i, f r Inspiring Exhibits of
ducted to a darkened room upstairs Historian, Mra. J. M. AI vales. LocutelU and crew had but two days'i, I I Gold Medal Poultry Show Boys' and Girls' Club WorkA

by a witch who served them with I Registrar, Miss Olive Ray. rations left and only a very few
ar :punch, their surroundings being Director C. of C., Mrs. George C. rockets. One uf his companions had ':5.0(001) Entertainment program-a fast frisky fun-frauunt festival for fun.loving folk plenty of
.. amid old skeletons and the music I \bite., asked him if he did not think they punch-action/ galore! ri

Il was of rattling chains and tin cans The following courteous Invitation had better send up a rocket. His re- k1 i
i". The barn was fantastically decorated wan read by the secretary, Mrs
>ioy-: with black cuts, witches, L. Beaaley: "I'aton Anderson 'hap- on the ocean and that they had better A gigantic:: glittering dazzling spectacle .presenting NOV. 21.22-29 p.1,
pumpkins, bats, Spanish moss nrvi tor Number 70, United Daughter keep them for use later on. nightly 800 Florida girls' amid Competitive and time trial' ,
(,. lantern which produced a weird effect. I of the confederacy, requests. the Strange to say the first rocket that scene of gorgeous splendor. sanction I. M. C. A. World events most under dar- ;
: Bobbing for apples was an exciting honor of your presence> at the unveiling went up went off accidentally. j Ing dirt track drivers and fastest
amusement, after which the of their memorial monument to While in Lake Butler last week he EXCLUSIVE FIREWORKS cars Including Sig Haugdahl

., cheat drew the names of Miss Eliza- the heroes. of the Confederacy; : 1861- was taken to the Laic* Butler High :I and hi* 3-mile minuta 1.4
'c both Andrews and Carlyle Ritch 181J, Tuesday afternoon, the eleventhof school by one of the patrons /who'I Program every night cipeoUlly designed far wonder ear ;

:from a kettle, and with their arms November, 1924, at half pat wanted the children to see th} young the State Fair. JOHNNY J. : i'
tied behind them they were doomed one o'clock. Court House Square, hero and hear the address he made' SHOWS
to eat apples off a chair. Palatka, Florida." them Willie eo far has been present FAMOUS BANDS On Midway .presenting twenty-five big at i,

From a witches' stew the fate of Mra. Atikma, assisted. by her ed with $2,800. i And orchestras offering music of every kind. tractions recruited from all part "
each guest; was. taken by the witch mother Mr. M. E. Edwards, Miae NEW"UIVEK I of the war: Id. U
and the palms of the hand were lead Mable Edward, 'Mrs. R. E. Rhodes
followed by a Ia6I ir-raiailtg ghost: und Mr. L. A. Davis, servied a deli i S' 'hing to Interest Every Person Every Minute-The
New River Nov. Biggest Show 1
; story. cious salad course IIf frozen fruit 7.-W. J. Levis, of the Year!

Towards the clone of the exciting salad, saltines' pickles coffee and of here Brooker Thursday made afternoon.a business) trip REDUCED RATES ON ALL LINES OF TRAVEL!

evening:, the hostess served 1 weinie, whipped cream I Popular Admission Price
Mr. and !Mrs. Jim
Thomas and
rolls, pickles and apple, ----
I'IIlL.TIIE.CI.SS MEETINGThe daughter 9f Slaxville. motored here

v :MRS. EPPERSON: PhiUthoa Class of the Baptist L. L. John., of Sampson, visited ,
., Sunday school met at the home of friends here Friday. P. O. Box 382 Jacksonville

::1, The circle of the Baptist mission Miss Ethel l Griffin Tuesday afternoonat J. McNeal: and lIOn, Lee Arthur, P. ANTHONY, President.
.y society met Monday afternoonat four o'clock. Allen Porter and Jim Ltoxfeey attended '' R. M. STRIPLIN, Secretary

the home of Mrs. W. J. Epperson Class member present: Misses the ahow at take City Friday ,

. on South Walnut street with Mrs. Amy Moore Eunice Perkins, Ethel ,
'I" Epperson and Mrt. A. :M. Darby ashostesses. Griffin Vivirette Floyd, Ruby Mae Casey Atkinson visited friends in'

lit Poppelf Inn Abernathy, Eunice Brooker Sunday I

11.- Devotional exercises were conduct Bennett, Mrs C. A. Knight, Mrs J. Messrs. Pledger Johns and Clar-

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Mules for sale Cheap. See adver- Plants-varieties, Charleston and -- --
the SUM of Flurl ... the the. widens of William M.
f tisement. Early Jersey Wakefleld, Copenha- I said> defendant .to Kno.vlll., In Ih. SUM or I Reynolds at al I Bare. etc
; 'I Tenm.r,.., that tlwra .U no oryt "" < : ptinion In the ncemplineent
genIark.t .
Bits of Local s a I Flat Dutch, Succession 8ut pf Florida the aarvlcv of for aiipcniled" to thi* bill!
e Mr. and Mrs. N. T. Ritch and chil- l'rfces-parccl postpaid 250 I upon. whom would bind curb dofandant. a. aubpovn that of complaint., tll,the! bruise.f. dfiunt! \....
rail* llml It la
dren. Mr. and Mrs. T J. Griffin and C5i; iQ0 $1 ; 1,000 91.75. Express' the fiant an* of add defendant .la unknown to .,. the defendant. O. W Hendoraon Comuany that a

Information Miss Annie Darby motored to Keystone collect! 5,000 $5. We I corporation, .to a nuldent. 01. Btat other
guarantee to | It la thereupon ",,. I
ord" tlult tb...Id ""*,.n" than tin, Slate of .KlorltlM that the ....hl.n..
Heights Sunday afternoon. ship promptly good size plants .nl. c. W. llttnihinon Company, a oarpon1 of *alj defendant .la Knoxville In tha Slat
that will lion be and It I In hornby nrtlrml ,10 npprar ,I.f Tenneaew. that then .to an In the
Concerning Our People Business and please you. Tlfton Potato: to th. oomplalnanfa bill .>l .mpl.lnt. fllml. Slat of lorlda the .....1.. of peraoa a aubpoonaiiioin
.. Jos. E. Wilson of Cocoa was in Co. Inc., Box 67, Tifton, Ga. It* herein .t lnt Corn 'I0". .' Starke Brail. whom would bind auoh defendant. that
Progres of the County and Town. \ Starke during the first of the week. the ford Amt County day of Flnrlda.IVprmbor.on or 19.4 brfoiMonday.. and It .ta. the llant.ace of laid defendant la unknown to af
Mr Wilson resident FOR SALE-20-acre farm in the | further ordered that
was formerly a this onl.r he publlahod It U .
of this city and his many famous Water Oak section of I one the Hnidront a Uf"1. for four ."""M. ..'I... work... In f<*nilalit. thereupon I'. W. llenderaon ordvnd. that Comrany the laid a m do->r-
Bradford County and 75 ..bll.hod fannty' Tnlctrmnh. a newer imrntlon. .b* and It la hereby onlernd to ao-
friends were glad to greet him again. to 100 per.. P at Stkrkv, In Bradford County year to the complainant. bill of
Miss Hilda Struth spent Wednes- S. V. Andreu of Brooker was a head of good stock cattlo. Place is r lorlda.Wllnna Hl.Hl .herein, at the Court II...... at eomplaint Stark.
right fine hnnit anil th llradford ':oust,, Flnrlila ..n or .btfor M..n."Yiut.I1' .
on graded road et
ay in Jacksonville. business visitor to Starke Monday. Friends and relatives here were now ender e..1t (Court Starka. In BpedfortiesCountr day of IVeember. 1DJ4 and U
saddened to hear of the death of construction to connect with Florida, thla October, Ittth, 1IX4. la : : ordotwl that Ihla:: onlor! :; .
statero i O. W. (shed one a week for four on..I//...
at Lawtey. No better ALDERMkN.
LeRoy Koane of Tampa spent the Miss Pearl Tatum of DeLand, wasa Levy Strickland, which took place Florida. ; f?.... 1 c.. rk 'Io'OlIlt Curt vnwkai In tho llradford County Teleiiraph.' a
herewith friends guest Monday of Mrs. E. L. Tuesady in Jacksonville at St. Luke's land in Planted in short e R. LAYTON. nvwapaiwr publlahed at Stark, la Uradlord/
eek-end Biggs. '
T. R. County. Klorlila.Wttneai .
hospital his death being caused by cotton and strawberries next year KLU3. Jr.. I
Solicitor for Complaining 10..81.lt.l\.a. my hand and the peel of geld' Circuit
farm will
easily itself. I
Mrs". E. S. Matthews has returned Misses Hilda Struth and Hazel blood poison. Mr. Strickland's body pay Court, at mark. In Kra>ironi County
Will sell for ORDER FOR Pl'BUrATION .
was brought here and the funeral reasonable cash pay- Ilorlda. this October tilth. IU.4.
om Jacksonville where she was the Adkina spent! Wednesday in Jacksonville In Circuit Court Bth Judicial. Cltculr nt
took place Wednesday at Kingsley ment. Balance easy terms, E. S. O. W, At.OF.R"UN.
eat' 'of Mrs. Annie Richard. FloHila. hi and for Bradford Cn\mly In I i ISrell\ Clerk Clrault Court.
Lake cemetery. Mr. Strickland's chil- Matthews Starke, Flu. 10-3l-4t. Chanoory.Charlt I f, H 1\VTON.
Forma I Hill to Korrvav. r II 1"1.1,1:4. Jr.
dren have been making their home
A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Morrow, of here with their aunt Mrs. Lizzie FOR SALE Humphries' Mole | eliwn M....- I Solii
Jim Godwin Saturday November Jacksonville were visitors here this Ton.pkins. Crickets "Puppy Dol!'" CutWorm -

|rst. I week. I Destroyer. It protects your ,

Corpening's Drug Store reports garden, large or small. Especially [ GET YOUR MONEY PROMPTLYINMAN
Chickens wanted. J. F. Kickliter. Mrs. F. A. Scott returned Tuesday their sale of tooth paste with a jar recommended to Seed Dod grow-\
t, evening from a short visit in Jack- ers Wonderful result obtained
of goldfish as a premium, during the & RITCH
sonville. 'within 48 hours. Price in cartoons;
past few days as being a unqualified { UEPKESENT THE BEST LEADINGINSl'ltANCE
Bruce Davis, of Arcadia spent the demand exceeding the only : 6 pounds $1.00; 10 pounds
lunday with his brother E. M. Mrs.-P. 0, Walton, of Jacksonville, supply.success During the first three days $I.XII; 2o; pounds $100. ; IU) pounds I, COMPANIES: FIRE
avis. of the sale over two hundred pack- fT.ftO; 100 pounds $14.Xt.( Cash .
Mitchell.Mr. ages ofiooth paste were sold and with order J. 11. HUM I'll IUKS.P. ::: L1A11ILITY

lloke Q. Sisk, of Jacksonville was five hundred! fish given away. It was O. Box 187, Jacksonville, Fla. '; ADJUSTMENTS MADE PROMPTLY
and Mrs. J. E. of Cocoa .
Wilson .
tore old 10-J-tf.
Monday renewing well advertised and some of tho
are guests of her father Col. W. 1
nces. acquaint-I T. Weeks.- customers droyo- distance of twen FOR SALE-One of tho best 40-acre

ty-five miles! to attend the sale. farms in the treat Wiitor Oak section I
!Mr and !Mrs. O. L. ASl
Fernondina visiting Waut to Trade-Touring car for n TO THE PEOPLE; ()(o' ST.VKKEVe of Bradford County, only n { BRICK. LIMECEMENT
unday in roadster. See J. F Klckliter. it. quarter of a mile olP of flint\ graded I- DOORS LUMBER
jfi tends. \ take this means of thankingyou road now under construction to''

Geo. W. Baisden of Jacksonville fur the cordial welcome given us connect with the state rOIWI! nt'Lnwtoy. BUILDERS HARDWARE

bliss Florence Matthews spent attended the fall session of circuit on our arrival here and uLjo for the Thirty acres or more un- ;(
tht week-end in Jacksonville withrelatives. court in Starke this week. friendly attention given UH during der cultivation. Practically no i i SIIERWINEverything

our stay. We are especially grateful waste land on the place. Noxt your I WILLIAMS for

Paul Ernest Knight spent last to those who have dune so muchto this land will easily product) a bale PAINT. i. RuiMing-

!Mrs Ida W. Tatum, of Jacksonville week-end in Gainesville with his make the summer a pleasant one of short cotton to the acre. No bet.I I KYAN1ZE, ,. and I

is the guest of her daughter, brother llollis V. Knight. for our little girl.: ter strawberry or trurkiii VARNISHES RepairingCONSUMERS

Mr* I K J. Davis. If we have seemed unappreciative /\ Reasonable cash paymentand I
Miss Mable Weller, J. J. Truby it was not intentional but becausewe easy terms E.': S. Matthews, I
Mrs S. C. Carrel of OrmonJ is Mrs and Mrs. J. E. Wilson motored have really beep| Joo busy to have Stm'ki-, Fla. 10-31-41.j STARKE FLORIDA

hI' truest of her parents, Mr. and to Jacksonville Wednesday.Mrs. much time for social activity. Wo regret -------.-- --- -

Mrs. F. A. Scott. to leave such congenial people, +_--.i

but as our work keeps us going we FOR SALE
R. S. Johns, of Lake Butler
Judge A. V. Long/ ;;of Palatka, wasn is must move on to make new friends, .
visiting at the home of her
town the first of the week: uttcnd- parents but will always have pleasant memories 6 ,
Mr. und Mrs. W. II. Green. hp. International
.Jng circuit court.I of our stay at Starke. Coast
120-Mile Wind Sweeps Gulf
Yours for
Mr. and Mrs. E. 1\[. Davis were in Progress Kerosene Gasoline
60c dozen cash for eggs. L. M. GRAY AND WIFE. or
pay per Gainesville :Monday to attend the I
F. Kickliter. It. Millions of dollars damage done in a few hours
funeral of Mr. Fenton T. McCormick ritESUYTEKIAN
EngineOn time. Is protected against tornadoes
your property
J. E Adkinx, of New River, spent Sunday School 10 a. m. J. M. Tru-
V'ednesdu.s attending to 'business Col.) and Mrs. D. E. Knight and by superintendent.! account of installing electric and wind storms? Rates 40c per hundred a year

natters Starke. Col. Paul C Jones of Atlanta mo Preaching at 11 a. m. by !Jr. motors we have for suit one rt horsepower -
Insure the Hartford.
$1,00 three in
tered to Gainesville Sunday after Tucker. International engine, heavy i years.

Billy Graham spent the week-end noon. There will bo a union meeting at duty horizontal type, magneto I Iequlpp'ell

Jacksonville with his mother tho Methodist church Sunday evening ; gurus cither kerosene orzunolino. I J. R. DAVIS & CO.
Mrs.V. W. Bartow and little
rlrs Jack Murdon. hence no service in the Presbyterian Use slightly over one year.
daughter, Betty Jean of Williamston church No broken parts and in good running .

Del., are the guests of Mrs. E. Prayer meeting Wednesday each condition. Can bo seen running. Call .
.' Carr Colley, of the University of L. -
Florida, spent Sunday with his Biggs. week at 7:30 p. m. at the Bradford County Telegraph,

other, Mrs W. A. Colley. Mrs. T. S. Williams has returned I 11AP1IST CHURCH BULLETIN Stniko. '. .. -- -- -- m_. ..-- -:"

from a visit in Jacksonville with Last /Sunday: was the beginning of I MASIMt'H HALF I '

Paul E. Canova and son, Paul E. Mrs. Anglo Sternbcrif and Mrs. K. a month of good things; and, large Notion l In hereby irlvprt that under unit In 1'l l
r.. returned home Saturday from a II. Barbour congregations! !: helped start the |iur.uane. of n evrtain diwnw of rnrvclOMur I'
business trip in Georgia.Mr month off with a spiritual fervor. of .nl., mini. and rnilinNl. nn ,h.. a'Mh' ,, lay I
of o.t.....-.. A. l>. 1024. In sod by thI'j.lui. '
Mrs. M. E, Edwards of Starke, Next Sunday we! begin a series of .of tho Circuit Court In nnil fur Hrtnlfftril, 1'I
.md 111'.J.. !M. Brownlee and spent Tuesday in the city the truest special meeting to continue two I, ciunly.. Klnrlila. In Chniicorx in that n>,'.

hildrcii motored, to Jacksonville Sat- of her daughter, Mrs. J. C. Adkins. I weeks. There will be service each liiln,, cam b! thvrHn pnmplalnnnl.t, pumtlnir: nnil, wherein J I. A. Colrmun KrnmaKicllnrri : ', I

'rda> and pent the day. -Gainesville Daily Sun. evening, and the pastor will have and. Ituhy Tolvman bin ..ulft> nn iloftMilfiitln, .
I IRA Oren ee M|>i lnl Miutl-r. nhnll offcr I I
charge for the first wvek. The second
for mile fit public marry, end will .ell tothi
Mrs Sarah !I"'. Hamrick went to Mrs. L. M. Gray and children left week Dr. Thiot, of DeLand Flu., > hlirhiiit mul hot hlilili-r. fur rnnh. I""fonthe L
door of Iho Oiiirt HIIIMIIn I Slnrki. *.inil, I Ifnril 4
4ik(' \"'nll.Ionrlay: to be with herughrer Friday for Titusville to join Mr. will do the preaching. He is a" man of county, Plurtila. on thu lut tlMy of

Mr.. Nulle Hughes. e Gray who will make! his headquarters bliiineless ,character of lino education Tli-c,>mlir. A. l U IUJI ilurlnu the li>'unl" boom I It I
(>r imlv. thu follnHinir 01".1'11" .
and of spiritual Ills ,
there for several months.Mr. power.' ;
Syrup barrels and cans all sizes evangelistic experience covers a All. that oorlAln tract purci'l' or |>ii>c.. of

ft ,T. F. Kirkliter. It. and Mrs. Marcus F. Brown, number of years and the Lord has ,'land unty."lylnir.Flnrlila' hHntf' tlraBrlbri and" mtunti nfl* follow In Rrolf"d.* : 'I'hi l. 'I !

who have! been guests Of her parents, greatly blessed him in revival work. N'tilhwoHt quartvr of tht* Nurthviit iuurtrnt I
I of Lust week had ..>rtinn 3ft, Townvhlli A, Himth, rnliiri' 2i, 1Rn I
111anti l we signs of revival
Mrs. Flournoy Philips Mr. i
and Mrs.\ E. S. Matthews, left .t, conUitnlnir 40 .or***, morv or (Irxe
'kllahaKsiv, were quests last week Sunday for their home in' Tampa. interest and we look for a generous > K. A nliPKN.I I
1 I.
of Mi and Mii.: T. N. Limbaugh. | respond to the appeal of the Unexcelled A. 7. AMUN3.Sullellor Hiwclnl I Miwti; i I lJCE: :

1 i Mrs Ralph E. Rhodes and little Word. >, fur Complainant. 11.7-lt-l tI ,
|fMr and :MiJ. M. Berlin of Key- son, of Tallahassee, left yesterday The Bible .school begins It' session 'I''P"" ''ifcE"'ii'i"'ArrlU'AT'FOR'" FINALDIHtllAUGK I

ont heights, were among the vial_.after spending several days with her at 9:45: a. m., followed by divine I

rs tn :Starke Tuesday afteraoon. parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Alvarez. worship at 11 o'clock The pastor I Nntia. la hereby Klvvn... to all whom It I P 1 iiZj
will present a second sermon on may concern Ihat on the. 2ml ilay of Jnntniry I'I
Kirk Lewis of Mt. Dora spent :Miss[ Aileen Alvarez "Spiritual Opiates." Those who were A n. 1(125.( I shill apply In tli*. Hoiinrnhli:
of Starke
K: A.: Oren, county Jtiilir* of Hruilfonl county. I I -
veral days of this week In Starke was a visitor in the city Saturday, In attendance last Sunday morning Florida aa 'Juihr of J'rohMtt. for my final! ,' I .
with his sister Mrs. J. C. Robinson. coming over to attend the Florida- will wish to be out this Sunday with ..ilwchannt ailmlnlatrator. of the 4Mlnti, ..t.J [ 1TTSolemnity
their friends M Maxw *ll. il 0e>M. l and that at thi 'I
Southern game. -Gainesville: Daily tim* 1 will prus.nmy Dnnl accounts nn .m"l '
,,'A. O. Andreu! left Monday for his Sun. The young people hold their meet ,mlitlittrntor. of old vtttmiv, and nnk, for

'me in Stuart, after several days I ings at 0:30: p. m. The evening servIce I I pproval.Detnl November lat, 1D.. 11W4 ''I

Jin Starke looking after business' nmt- Mr. and Mm. Henry Freeman and will be evangelistic Dr. Mullen 1 I W. II. \XWF.I.r.. MarksARMISTICE
H-7'Ot-l'! AdmlnlMtratorNOTICE
will speak on "Tho Story of Jonah." ____
t4ts. I' little son, of Miami, who have been -
Alf school pupils, and the teachers, I
visiting her mother, !Mrs. Josephine I
Mrs E R Xeff and children left Edwards have gont to Senoia Ga.. are invited to this service for it Is The board of Public Instruction" will reclvf *- I DAY
TUesday fur Miami, where they go for A visit. in the schools of our land that the imm\ed\ blila up to oni.thlrty oclonk.Monday. .
I seed of bMomhur. I. 1UE4 fur the lad. of
$*.join Mi Nuflf who is in business 1 skepticism are being-sowed the till part of 8nmp,on ..h,",' huilillnir The I
The question as to whether the wi ale tucMaaful bklilvr will b. roo.tilri l to rnalr
there I Mrs. D. E. Knight and son, Paul swallowed Jonah is not so vital as main building' run to th. saris bl l. IliiarJto I\ I The solemn thoughts attendant on Armistice Day
Mrs. J. W.
Morgan, Miss Vivirette farnlnh material for ropalrL.
>s. C. I I. Morrow, of Tampa, left II Floyd Jim Kickliter and Morris Edwards the lowing question?" : "What are you swal- i L. W. KIC'KI.ITKR.: Chairman. I leads this institution to suggest the nerd of citizens of

fob her home Tuesday after spend- motored to Gainesville Saturday II R, WIOGINS ,

sea oral days with Mr,. F. A. to see the ball game. Family Our church Church has" the name of "Tho _:Srcreary. ___ to-JI-st-11.28: I I Starke to give solemn thought of their financial business I
IiltOtt a name given it by '
some visitors, who were improvedwith In Circuit Court sl'l luhe.l, Clrtmit. of I' it under the guidance of its
Mr. and Mrs. O.
W. White and Carry
the whole families pVcuent at Florida In and for nraril County. In on expert capaI I

ash ring mark y ,'ir t prices.pecans J.to me F. KickHter.dri and get. children Biggs, :Miss Miss Mattie Nellie Harley Stearns, Leslie Mr.-, friends the: 'services.and visitors You,are your Welcome.iTN'fA4011fl family. ] ChaMcery C niir!*** Norman,. |I Rill ti, "rnrvrlu., I I LIe officials. They are ready at al| times to hear your

I and Mm. II. 11. Snyder and children I J max Rrynolila; rt at' I Mnrlvaur vlq.: / and their them. They
motored to Keystone Heights Sun I It Hi'lioarlmi. by th. afflilav of 'the alt'ir- ideas to express opinion upon
fur the complainant nil-1 t-i the Mil
"< -' run! and Miss Carrie day afternoon. of nt y mplalnt Hied In the. above onto entitled ....... 1 1'that II will advise on any matter upon which you need
glow trued from North It .I. the bfllef of affiant that Ow '!..- you
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netM ., %\ here they spent the Mr. and :Mm. W. A. Alvarez and I.finlant ration., r la, .W r...llvndvtaon lil.nt uf a Company Slat other, a than For ,: information and assist you in every possible way to

amni_ : I children Irene and Sidney of Jacksonville I out plans that have if so desired.It .
were guest of Mrs. Alva- hvMctaries-maix i carry any you may ,

S5tat' .AttiiMwy J. C. Adkins, of rez's parents Mr. and Mrs. Andreu COLUMN :
line \v.ia guest at the homer Sunday. Mrs. Andreu accompaniedthem I II COFFINS & CASKETSAnd IaI I is probably needless to tell you that this bank

,I j\I1': .\. Z. Adkins during home for a few days vi.It. I Full Un *f s has been-established since 1906 and has a capital of
01( KKNT '
11. w. 'K -Modern house with 7 I Undtrtalitt Supplies

I W. A. Scott, of DeLand, Mr. and rooms bath and sleeping porch. L. I i 1500000.

Mrs i. M Inman And children Mrs. L. J. Wynn Air.\ and Mr. L. A. H.Fartrid-fe. tf. AUTOMOBILE;HEARSE> i i

rlhand M1I'< X. Christy were i Wynn and children} of Hampton, WANTED I Ah>a,. on h.o". Thebes t .*
Alrlong \ -it'iri to Gainesville were here Sunday to attend the silver -I -Saw. to file, all kind ,c3 .Ve am Uw 10.eat prlcoa. Hpe.ft.

s w wedding anniversary of Mr. and Work guaranteed at S. J> seaJ. .U..tion ta te".rap.p 11 "Saving Account is an
Mrs. F. A. Scott. Hay street, Starke, rear of D.lal1k'l ] ReiUtcrcd Embalra-r [/ I
Alvarez's home c .,
!I' I I. hvnrd and II,.. A. 10-2 "
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7 Irs.dk i ..I I as a guest this week Hn. J. M. Mitchell and daughter FOIL SALE foot 1200 pound muJen l DeWLTT C. JONES Armistice With Poverty! I II

the '.. Mrs. Padgett, of Miss Ladle Miss Alice Tharin Miss in !rood condition. Tough and
Ga et Aileen Alvarez and J. J. Truby motored rcndy for rough heavy work.-For STARKL:. FLA

to Gainesville Saturday after Sale cheap if taken at onto. E. W. ,.hAIIOfAM?.IIDaDCI>naUI"JJ'II! 're' I
Ir. a :Mrs. Frank King elf noon to aft the hall game between lily,". Il-7-tf !
!1gndert I U.!" :N: C., will spend the Sutherland and Florida. -- BANK OF

[winter 'J> at Kelly Kottaee, FOIL SALE-Lonjf Island Jersey;: No Worm In a Healthy Child I''

1C ngele, I .1",. Saturday evening at eight o'clock Wakn..M cabbage plant 91.60/ AJI. ebiklraa troubtad with Warn .bay an ,on I i I Service
there will be thousand; Rutabaga plants $1 brass cnlnr. wbkb loillraw taut thus, and aaml a Bank of Helpful
a get together meetingof '
thousand *. the?. I Ia nan or bas atoourh diatuilMimGROVE'S
wee Alice Tharin. Mable Ed- the members of the Methodist ; Collard gets 30c pound; TASTELESS chill TONIC given. ntalrrlyf
|rnlr Ethel Griffin Mrs. A. Z. Ad- church at the club house. There will Indian Runner ducks | t pair. C. .* .... r* *hiv* rha will' rrrl.*h th" bl....:. ;... I

fki.2-.nd Harold C. Wall motored to be a program of music and later i.eteeh Starke Fla. R. F. V. It. en..,.;,;;: wh. .<: .;, :*- .. N--.*'.--- '- '" I '

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,,;;;- .- -- -. -----.. I constructed from Lake avenue northto PERFECT HEALTH the victims was credited with the

Twenty-third street, to provid, I discovery of the mode of treatmentto TT
I'ntt'i Pill ICMP lh >r *m In p foetor
I for construction of municipal golf i I FARMERS and FARMINGFARMERS I He instated that his
I course. __ :. I A VIGOROUS BODYA "looney gas.
-- (..._ltI. nmdy to* .lek. huiUcha discovery was a treatment not a offer meal
(I Key West-Work started on contraction cocutj potion.Tutl's cure, but he believed there would be every
of bridge from Stock Island further deaths from the poison. '
AND TRUCKERS: ARE INVITED TO CONTRIBUTE to Boca Chlca, I II i Pills no Cleanses) mouth and
Ills associate physicians said that if
and aids
I TO WE IIEST SUITED 'IO OUR COt'NTY I I Clermont: $10,000 street paving . . .1.1EXTRA'TS the treatment works out as expectedit of Kellevea that over*
will stand triumph
.. .. bonds sold.Lake 1 as eaten feeling and field
medical over occupational
,. -- ,. .. I monln.
Worth- Acreage purchased REPORTS cuses.
t GRAIN: UK1LL REST FORPLANTING he headed it, "It Ain't goin' to Rain I. on North Dixie highway for development . . . Meanwhile steps were taken to aatlsflesi Its I-a-s-t-1-m-g the craving flavor for
OATS AND: U'tS Nil :More." Thia was Hob Holly down
as high-class/ residential sub 1 St. Lucie-Water is running off stop the sale of the gas. The boardof weeta.Wrlgley.

The grain drill bun several advantages at Sanford; in his new weekly, the division. I( fast and it now looks like the dam health! adopted a resolution pro- la doable

of planting outs Florida Trucker. I. age from recent floods will not be hibiting its sale, also made it a mis- I I.t..i. II value la the benefit and
a means that Florida Fort Pierce
as Bob seems to feel we Extensive street
I very great; little if any damage will demeanor for any one to use the gasoline pleasure It provides.
winter or
and little
rye crackers needed a pepping up paving: program planned.
in in the
motors city.
forage It is considered result to the main citrus areas; few SimtiJ lit its Purity
the spring or crop. after all the rain we had been having
Herbert Fuson 21! of Elizabeth
truck ruined. ,
Letter for thin purpose thin: instead of our usual portion of golden Tampa Parkland Estates new scattering patches iP.eliara.
N. J. the fifth succumbto
was man VyRICet"r
the sowing of the seed and then plow- sunshine. And he pepped thingsup high-class subdivision to be placedon Oaceola coming
I Crops are the gas poisoning, which has
\ market
ing or harrowing them under. too. Ho says rain can't do us soon. through high water and rains in made its victims Insane. He died at
It insures uniform depth of plantIng ) much damage, because our soils) are Plant City-Contract; let for remodeling good shape; damage not near as Reconstruction Hospital yesterday px/LE CESr
; the seed will have an equal light and porous, which means that great as once thought strawberriesshow
thinly building of Slay's Garage ; confined in a strait-jacket, a few
chance being too deeply or I And of
none water soon passes away. little damage.
Company. hours after the corps of physiciansand r
covered. The drill will give uni- |
course he is right. If we do have
form distribution applying the proper ;; more rain it won't last long nor do Jacksonville Plans formulatingfor Madison-We loaded and shippedtwo treatment of seeking the baffling a sue milady: !

amount of seed to a given ar u. ': much damage. And then when the construction of civic auditorium. carloads of cooperatively sold had announced their
'I The land has to be well prepared for sun bursts out again, oh boy! hogs one day; delivered 100 bushelsof cessful. question suc
i the drill, which means that a better But Dob's article seemed to carry Frostproof-Bon U: to be voted up- rye seed bought by the farmers flavor lasts
,f I seedbed, for the outs or rye will beI I a message between! the lines. Besides on for construction of waterworks, cooperatively at saving of $1.40 a The purpose of the cxperi"onts.
provided, better than if the more being a comfort to all who had been Installation of "white way" and sew bushel. was to add power to the fuel and

common methods are used. | downcast by the rains, his lines age system, and purchase of city elemlnate knocks in motor car in- I SUBSCRIBE TO THE TELEGRAPH
\ When the seed are plowed under made others who have worries from I park. Lake-Nineteen boys' were enrolled glnes.
covered at all and they | in citrus club at Montverde school
some are not one thing or another stop and decide,
t Milton Cement sidewalks being and will study citrus insects and citrus -
lack of
I fail to sprout altogether for "Why fret about this thing Thatwon't constructed on many streets. propagation. .i+t la 9 l' t D b t.,.2.?.t r 3.? t F. .!
moisture. Others are covered so get me anywhere. The worstis I

deeply that they are unable to coma past. The future is bound to be Jacksonville-Oak street to be Seminole-Most of celery and J Kilgore's Bred Right ;

up, or if they come up these late better." straightened in FUhwelr park. practically all of lettuce have been
sprouts will be far behind! the bulk No, let's not worry about the bad set; both crops in excellent condi-
of the crop.Specialists. 1 J weather. Old Noah had 40 days and Largo-Largo Ice & Power Company tion. ;. !
of the Florida College)! I nights of hard, steady rain, and he i to enlarge_plant this winter. ,. I SEED POTATOESPACKED

of Agriculture suggest that when lived through it and was better off Extensive Duvall B. Lansden, at present ,.:
Apopka developments .
Is it be rolled nft of state extension I ,
the soil light may I' financially when he walked out poultry specialist ,0)
r the seed have been drilled in. the ark and took stock. And the planned at Wekiva Springs. has been employed by this county ... .

Then after rolling it should be harrowed I I story is that he didn't worry. I.cesburg-Large tourist camp being and will begin work here December .... -' -. .
to give the soil a moisture. I I Thereis an old saying that every- constructed. 1, working directly with Duval county --- ,.,
retaining; surface. Where rains are thing which happens is for the best. poultry raisers. (J. O. Traxler) : -.. t

falling/ frequently this i is not so im 1 May be true. May not be true. Any- Tampa South Tampa Electric Arrangements have been made to r i
{, portant. way the best you can do is believe Company, subsidiary of U. S. Export put in a complete dairy exhibit at Ii
Every farm should have a certain this is true and let things happen an Chemical Corporation, to start the State Fair to represent the dairy ..
I t
a area, at least, planted to cover crops I they will. Rain or shine, hot or cold, immediate construction of electric interest of the county. I t.
ri during the winter. There are many just keep on smiling and looking on power. plant in connection with fertilizer %
very good reasons for this. The soil I, the bright side. Seeing the dark wide l works; to cost approximately Okeechobee- Truckers are order- 1 !GLGORts ,. ? ;
will be prevented from the washing won't make the chickens lay, the $90,000.: ing new seed to start new crops as

and leaching effect! of winter rains. cows come home, the oranges ripen, soon as the water from heavy rains t BRED I1T" i ;
I Orlando be for
to spent off.HamiltonOur.
available passes
Plant food that becomes the grass grow or the wife see it 1 ,
school building construction during ,., F
will be taken and Ff
at this season up your way. '1 ..
thoroughly (
county was
coming '
saved by the growing crop. There I Bob was right. It ain't going to year.Jacksonville canvassed this week in the ,... .\.> \ J ....

will\ be something on the land to rain no mo'. The worst is past. The Several secondary interest of the 1925 tobacco crop; .... .Il 1 .
turn under next spring as humus, Future is brighter, and anyway it in roads to be improved in Duval coun acreage will be large. t. ,. -, f S +
which means the land will be enrich I all you have besides the present and ty. <.e' v -

ed. Livestock may be grazed on the it's going J Putnam-Five communities signedup l ., ....
cover crop during the winter. Tampa Apartment house under this week and five are to sign : ". Priri"l'l\fS .
FLORIDA WEEKLY INDUSTRIALREVIEW construction on South Newport ave next week to exhibit at our coming '.,
THE COT ION SITUATION! nue. county fair. a/116e a'<, .
t _'> ?l.1."y; .
Cotton growers of the South are Haines City-Work started on Sebrlng-Water system to ,be ex- Santa Rosa-Sixty boys reportedin .. .- ''' '...
r rather "chirpy" these days. They enlarging Mnrlea theatre. tended and sewer system installed. the different clubs at our annual ----
I* have /good and sufficient reason for contest which was held here Satur ; --. .
it t so appearing and being. Haven't i Tampa$1,000,000 sschool bond Palatka- Street paving program day .
I .
A they beaten Mr.! Uoll Weevil to it? to be voted at November election.St. launched. >*>
The "it" in this case is cotton-crop Baker-Many of our farmers are I BETTER SEED POTATOESTHE
AUlulltin8-'St.> Johns Electric : 1 >
interested in
money. \Vorth-Building permits issued plantingtobacco next
immediately rebuild and]
While a great deal of very hard during first two weeks of October 1 year; we expect to get up sufficient
iind tedious work has been done to operate street car line to St. Augustine totaled $34,225. acreage to have a demonstrator who Kilgore's Bred Right seed potatoes give double the yie d of ordinary '*>

overcome the cotton enemy-while a teach. r promises to help if this is done. seed. It has the vigor and varietal purity free of disease and true to < >

very great deal has been done and Palmetto$12,000 bonds voted for Tnmpa-300 homes to be built in type. Parent stock: right, grown harvested and stored right. Double
accomplished to rid the Held of the municipal park and camp ground. Hyde Park section of Davis Islands'' TREAT 41 MEN 1 FOR GAS POISON graded Write for further information and prices. Early or late shipments !

cotton enemy world-conditions have within HO/ days {' Five Already Dead; Sale of "Loon- ..> .
work. The !Mt. Dora Florida Public Utilities ,
helped to reward that ey" :Mixture is Prohibited.New ii
situation at the present time is very Company, to construct high-voltage Haines City-$350,000 bond issue ,
encouraging. The Federal Interna line through town; rates to be reduced voted for construction of new roads i :': York, Nov. 1. Thirty-six i KILGORE SEED COMPANY i

tional flanking Company, of New 20 per cent. lit Polk county; contracts let on several persons are under observation or PLANT CITY, FLORIDA

Orleans, through its Federal Inter projects. j, treatment in hospitals and eight
national News bulletin, summarizes: Clermont-Beacock & Company to others in their homes as Now York #?4 ? ?..? r S T+a.+.' ...4 '!+?+t+"'."' ".""
erect 2 story building Palmetto Plans completed for :,
this situation us follows: City and New Jersey health officials
If Europe makes. the minimum of radl'ntown-Didl: being receivedfor erection of 6-story apartment hotel joined today to investigate the dangers

improvement exported under the operation I construction of bridge across at cost of $250,000. |I of ethyl gas the manufacture

of the Uawes plan, the tak- Manatee river between this place Tampa-Contracts-to be let for I of which at the Standard Oil ComI -
pany's plant at Elizabeth N. J. has
: und Palmetto. I ,
considerably widening, grading and paving six
; already caused five deaths.
t total taking may equal the estimated Tampa-$100,000 seawall to be streets | Ir. Maximin Trouart in charge of

crop of this year. In that event, under construction soon. Habitual Constipation Cured I
there will be another approach to in 14 to :21 Days 1 I! RUINED EYES
,, near exhaustion. Even if Europe's Key West-Country Club plans "LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" is a specially-I' By neglect! ; they get red and sore and
t expected improvement should be delayed erection of $10,000 club house. prepared Syrup Tonic-Laxative fur Habitual I you let them go. Don't do it.
Constipation. It relieves promptly and I Lconardi's Golden Ere Lotion
a full takings of American cures:
year Tampa-Three new bridges to be should be taken regularly fur 14 to 21 daysto I soreness without pain in one day.
be less than the
t cotton should constructed across Hillsboro river. induce regular action. It Stimulates and Cools, heals and strengthens: Insist
takings of last year. In that event Regulates. Very Pleasant to Take. 60c on having "Lconardi's"-it makes
thu carry over at the end of the season Lake Worth-Lake-front ftjl to be per bottle I strong eyes At all druggists. -
would not be increased to the extent -
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of a burdensome surplus A n ---- -- --
supply of three or four million balesat

the end of a season is no more

than a comfortable margin of world VBA SONIC
needs. A supply! of two million little .
more than tills the channels of trade THAT TIN A CITY

and affords no adequate variety of I' CAN c.: Iac. TAION I FI.APPoRS
grades and staples, nor convenient I OUR'TOWN MAMIE YOU OUT FOQA "I-I-
% lots for ready purchase required in GOOD "I1MUp. 001so
the normal operation of the manufacturing .... T
Therefore, whether the consumption a

t, this )'ea rIle 11,000,000 or 12.-
500,000 bales the cotton belt hast Attn

reason to feel quite comfortable. It Boy (
happens that the good prices. of the d
last three years have put' the cotton Pop

growers in a fairly solvent condition, e
and there is little of that distress where lubricationis
At points
which so frequently in the past has By

caused a rush to sell. The average r often neglected such as fan
cotton farmer is in a position to bargain EdwardMcCullougb 8 ,

advantageously, and the increased iI, i II ) hub and universal joint
information and the concerted 0 1' ,

activities developed by the cooperative AUTOCASTER Buick has automatic lubrica
marketing/ associations
make for more intelligent! trading. tion. Buick engineering has
The New Orleans makIng --- PRXSMCONTINUED-
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the above-quoted summary of TWO WOULD NEaf po e made Buick easy to lubricate.
the cotton situation does not want l .

to an be encouragment understood thereby to the speculative as giving I Ep 0 THAHWtTHOUT'"THAT WO(34R''N PAlm It. is easier to care for a Buick.

spirit that sometimes leads to unwise .. .. IM5-I4-A
/ holding when there should be titFri'y440
? telling, the farmer. inspired with the ( 9 "MRS. GALLAOHEtt

hope of "better prices" that never HAD IT TWICE IN

come. The natural conditions in the ti SUCCESSION AND LAKE CITY BUICK COMPANYJ
1 cotton markets, seemingly are good.: DOCTOR. LOWaLLHAD M.
Smith Men..r.Baker .
They ought not to be spoiled by IT THREE
greed. Rather there should be close TlMEA BUT TWICE Bradford, Columbia and Union Counties
and wise action in the --
study matter AS SAD BEHIND -
of marketing the cotton crop of this AS 8BFORE When better automobiles are built Buick. will build them

jrtttr, or what of it that remains un- .
sold.-Florida Timcs Union.

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IWl PrlMtl .f Ik. .I4 ..II..... 'I IMO.N Pt iza- ... "GEM BBANDV w
Johnson ANSWER NSXT nab ..W.raa PALI. PRICES. .Iea.... .f .
h (By Spud ) WEEK QUALITY f r ta* east tarty r an vHkFlort
e" One of Florida's best known and .. Cmwtra. Pricn rt.kt-" ullty .uuifer ... JiM Ik. clu.p t-*., tk BUT fa* t*
most respected editors wrote an article MrCLaect '? .salts Ak. ... ,rtcclht rNSECTICIDBS. spa ATKKS DCSTERS ..l DU8TO.

in his. paper the other day and E .0. Painter Fertilizer Co. JackionriUe, FU

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FAST SIIOULD A standard but only 3.3 per cent for censes. -

FACE BE RAISED IN the second year or 11.4 per cent less The open season for deer squirrel Red Cross Invites I When farmers exchange experiences I tivo local interest In the movement,

CIIIIMMN TIMUEIt? for the two years. This represents a quail and wild turkey opens November about their work with each likewise talked, us did J. E. Webb a

of Starke U. greater advantage at either Starkeor twentieth and closes on Febru- All Into Neutral other and with college specialists. tobucto expert from Ilahirn Gu.
Ij of Forestry) Walkill. The work at Columbiawas ary fifteenth I' everybody benefits. At the fom-lusion of the session
not carried through the third : brant black bellied Army of Service
Duck ,
Just how fast a face should be I goose FT. WIIITE FARMERS nixtv-eicht! men signed up for a trip
year but if the standard had been golden plovers Wilson snipe yellowlegs t lot the South
i isd by a chipper to secure the PLANTING TOBACCO Georgia tobacco section.
chipped and had fallen off as muchin coot, gallinule and dove, havea The date for the tour of
yields ruin is a question inspection
hrgt Tbere are S.0'9! counties In the
'I has occurred to most operators the third season as it did the second : shorter season which opens at the United States and more than 3.500 lake City-The farmers in the Ft. has not been set but it will be In tho
there would not have been muchto same. time, but closes on January White neighborhood nature of
the course of their business ca- Chapters of the American Red Cross. are going in for It motorcade which will he

,1 Idea>! have changed in tho past choose between it and the narrow thirty-first. Hunting licenses cost The Chapter li tho local unit of the tobacco this coming your. They vent joined here as it passes by several

d I art destined to change in the fu- chipping for a three year period. the non-resident or alien twenty- atlonal orf anliallon. formed to carryIut to .share in the profits of the new In- Lake City cars. "Como up and see

;some operators use a number The advantage derived from the five dollars; resident licenses one the program services and policies dustry and their soils are particularly what wo are doing said J. E Webb,

hark and raise the height of the use of the small hack on young tim- dollar and twenty-five cents; resident of the Red Cross. The Industry of suited for its successful cultiva in the nmnw of his talk "ami I feel

t nearly an inch every time aoak ber as shown in the first years workat of another county, three dollars these J.500 local units Is a voluntaryand tion.Last sure that you will mint to plant tobacco

is added, some swear by a Starke are as follows: and fifty cents. steady outpouring of well-dolnc Friday the Fort White people on your farms, bpcause it m an

nber "1" and raise the face about 1. Faces can be worked two to Export of all protected game is and sympathy which softens human hold a big tobacco meeting at tho early crop, soon out of tho WRY and

quarters of an inch each week three years longer than they can prohibited except that non resident nfferlm and distress wherever It school house there and were told I always a cash crop with the money

1k still other employ a number where a number "2" hack Is used licenses may carry out game as per- ul e.. This work la absolutely neutral ; about the industry. by men! experienced awaiting nt a season when nothing

thereby adding half an inch to and one to two years longer than sonal baggage/ but not more than for the Red Cross knows no raca in it from many anirlos. L. M. else is bringing in an uuome"

height of the face each time thee where a number "1" is used thus two days limit of migratory game DO creed, no color. Rhodes; commissioner. of the State

e chipped. Who is right? prolonging the life of the business birds may be exported in one calen- The strength of the American Red !Marketing Huromi, addrensod! the Colds Cause Orlp and Influenza

2. Faces are smoother, not dar week. Game taken outside of Cross being In IU Chapters the orCanUatton session as did 11. B. ansden of the LAXATIVE BRO I!) QUININE Tablets trmi..
United States Forest Service '
.he annually Invites the poo- extension department of the University the MUM Them U only OU. "DnimoQululiia."
ough/ the Starke. Florida branchthe State and locally exported may be their member- E. W. OKUVE iluumura bus
3. Faces can be worked longer I pie t. join or renew of Florida. Fred 1'. C'ono, of MX
Southern Forest Experiment without the possessed in like maner nil game in snip during a Roll Call which always Lake City who hits taken.H very nfSUHSCHIIIE -
thin in 1923 started to gather necessity of raising state. begins on Armistice Day, November 1L J. U E

u figures on carefully matchedups cups I "It ia tbla annual enlistment of mil TO .

of second growth slash and Mr. O. P. Shingler. Jr., Naval i lions of Americana under the banner TUG TELKCUAl'll ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR

gleaf trees to show what can be Stores Demonstrator of the Bureau (, of the American Red Cross which AT LAWroSTOFFICE

ected from the use of an "0" of Chemistry, U. S. Department of i CURED i makes possible the continued work of( BUILDING

k .t>- compared with a "2" hack Agriculture, has suggested the following -i WITHOUTli this great and democratic! legion of Growing Old Too Fast? STARKE
also. ma unproven but possible Judge John Barton FLA.
m.. operators may say here that mercy, says
t us little wood can bo taken off advantages: iI Payne head of the national organization -

h .I large hack as with a small 4. Less scrape on rower face I "Mi'inbernhlp In the Red Cross Many Starke Folk Feel Oldrr. ..n.Slt"ur scariest TO CONTH4CTOHS
The iI Fistula aid Other Racial Diseases 11..1..1 blur will In rwwlvxl./ dx the> (HnarJof
It certainly can be done but it percentage of spirits being higher is a privilege within the reach of Than They Should. llonil Trmlimi ..f nrailfnnl County t'lI>rtd.,
in dip would Increase for Sneemufnllr Treated br the The neod for service .
't mean an everyone. grows t Ino t'unnor Brlitoo sews New no.., on
the low faco where most of the AMBULANT METHOD more Insistent oacli year. To keep the Hlnrkr.llnlfiinl.. Ktmil. until Thrw 6clockP
ht. first year's work was finishedt t m. N..mb.r Illh. tnai .".t .( that
yield i is dip. I Wo hospital no operation, no nhapnco puce with tho demands\ which coma : Aro you weak tired, nil emu, inilillity oprn.l, '. far .....ruellnv nntintrr
t and haM already furnisheduhmblr 5. Higher spirits yield from dip from home, no loin of Unit, no inurftrencej from every section of our ,country Do foul years hit! wurn.oyt'l, .'itU'il' |,11,. and Urn I",r brlilui, ftpprtivlmud .
hunt the with oclal nwiRumonta you ly tlin, r 'Itunilrvtl bet tnnsc liie| .
I \ on subject. ni to
due to the shorter time needed to Send for my Free Booklet- we roust have tho people's! I loyal sup folk of your iiKt'1" Tht n tin, your abu i>itai nl. hrtilui .tu> Hnlil brliltro t.> eon-
'H" i iup of slash pine trees reach the cup. "Curiny I'ilea anti Other {, lDwtaaea" port. Our capacity for service In the i kidneys! The kidney are thf blood .I..t tiMlly.r,,", fnur-l pllo, 'Ik IIU with
iM-raired .7.! inches wide (upi will be limited by filter and if they weaken the effect rypmiii pllinu' >iiUI I In nil
6. Higher rosin grades. It explains es ery- year (a come only i appromimnlrly 2IH tin,Itt} and mppruvlmntr\::: ::
), on another they were .38 Against those we have the following the extent to which we receive support Is quickly frit. You him constant )ly Ilk ihttiiNHiitl of iintrt""iti'it tlmb..>r. .
h wide The first group faces thingDr. Ceo. L. Dickcrson for our work In the coming Roll backache, houclnchoi, tliuif, and Tim work Inrluih' furnUhinu All no.cnry
advantages from the use of u Ides nmlnrlnU' ,
II urinary tumbles You f vl lamp, Btifl touli and ognipment. mil
inches the
nvrittwu high at
r 1 larger hack RECTAL AND PELVIC SPECIALIST Coll. and ncliv nil pliiyctl out Don't walt I ilulnir. nil tltn. wick, nrcvuary I In Constrict sad .
I ,f the Mjnson after thirty The Invitation of the American Red put In tNimi.lt'U' onlrr. ready fur ui., the
[1. Somewhat higher yield for the 123V4 Main St. Oppoalle Use Ounn'i 1'ilN-, ,tiuiul.n.t diuretic .nt""I..1' impniviTinitntAll ,
; c'Ra hail hot'n put on while the first year. This advantage appear I Serond Ft" ,r Ityrmi HMic., Cross Is unlimited Tho enrollment to the kulnoyi. Read what this Stark. work |0 be ilotia In nrrtirilnnco wit h the
t i tip hail faces eleven and a to be Phone 449U JACHHO.NN II I.E. FLA" period Armistice Day to Tnunksglv resident -myChii : plult not' /IniitnirtliinR. Htiu>nll pmxUlonp, ,
greater for longleaf than for
$' t ties high as n result of the slash 1 1All lug, U ovor'oae'8 opportunity to join. .. ( i .,itt'hlit,.II. farms r, my: "1 RlMtHnl a""HI| I and'inti\liliinH.otintrMot I nf Hiiiiclnnnilotm HratUonl County mad pro*

.hi: :smaller hack. On all trees -.---- can hardly' il-srriho. th, in\ *' i iv I endured Kiu'h Mil I. aunt loo aocompanliil by a eortl-
2. Face
icrpak1wuic half to flveh can be raised more Annual Summon ta Service from 11111IJII'\ k. \\lnii i lifted, ii,.tl i hit;k r n bldtlor. buiul. mnifn iiavahloIn :i
one quickly to n point where they llll Il hiA + It.: H Mulllifwii. ChaUmnn.. lluaiil. of
di tin I 1..1. stucka
\in,'hf. deep( I ..f. ( The annual nation wldo Koll fall of it felt at "mrli mnmnt II..u.I Trimliva nf llratlford ounlr' Florida,
to This where -- ---- -- -- -- ---- -
easy chip helps labor enroll knife into! I'k., I wits nearly fur % ,
the American Red Cross to my t par cent of the amount but aa .vl-
tin hack
11'1/1/4 Inrgc we have in hard to keep. CEMETERY: >KMNG members for 192ri will\ open! on Nov past gone! I K,"t t up al t "'vd.t to pass delve. nf niioil fnlth and. Ma a> Kiinrnnten thatIf
( ibnut twice us. high at the end the kidiity secreti. us Hum's: Pllla IIAHI-.U.1 1 In- contract the bidder will exMMiUt .
have when the IIUNTINfTsEASON:; TO There will be a working of the 11, the anniversary of that tense and Iho contmct' matt iilvo I hontl aa .u.ulnd.
'n season as we from Tumor's lirujr Stun cured me '
1 h
rUbl I. rraurvod to
to fornoten Arml.tlce)11., reject any or all
ul hark" is i i ,,-..d. Yields differ by OI'EN 1'11I810011'11: : cemetery at New Kiver on Friday never Trleo title II t nil dealers. Don't .bids., .
nt i 1-2 1 tent 1.2 barrels of before the third Sunday in Novem- six years ago; which silenced the simply,. ask slur a kuliu r.'m.IY-lI'e' riana and. innineatlnnii may bo Man at
per "
crashing arms of the World War. The the offlco ..f tha County Hniilneor. and ooplea
riti per 1.1"up for the first year. Is The hunting season will open on ber. Come bring your baskets and! llonn Pills-tin, M.mi. .' that Mr. may hit obtnlnuil. from tin Secretary' of the
extra, fan used worth the twentieth of this month and already let's clean up the grounds. enrollment will continue for 17 days Crutrhtluld had! I I" -11', .MillmrnMfrs Co.. boiinl at $11 BO par .0' .

up asch several have secured their li- COMMITTED.'Probing through Thanksgiving Day Nov 27. ., UtitTuIn, N. YLeviahonithaw M, 8. MATTHEWS.
a' the extra barrel of spirits I Preliminary to the Roll ('a1pmrlod\ ---_.- Chairman.
I I o. A. ruTcii,
1 s about three and one-third bar- ,, will com Red l Cross Sunday. Nov. 9. 1".I".rI.II.7" BmrttaryMIIICK )

ttlts ,of rosin Figure it out for your- 'I During the 17 days set aside for tho ,.1 I

i4f. A crop nC fetes for one year is I enrollment more than 3,000 Chapters : nr ,urilvrio'5"roi' TAT I.Klm
U"'I.'t" :' l.-t"rl11 IU UK ingf.r.lMMI.
l I
th roughly/ $300: to $500 at the of the Red Cross and their thatmandit>> << f Oldest hia5O11J HfAIUThS .

roe oj'> three to lie cents per face I IIt of branches will Invite tho people to ,,_ ...IIJ lltrtliy nollrn l I. itlvi'n that A. / Atlkln
I"m I line. of Inc ealu i.rtlllrateN numbered l
vear This is saved to the owner I I Political "Slush Hinds" join the Red Cross or rcaew their ....-...: .;,,.,..i-ii": ly I 195.:: Wi: mi, 24 I. nun, .InaA
k""Pll11t" the fates down. On thei i I membership. / l l Hint .'no Uanud by Ihu Tai Collector ofIto t
.' .1,1, County. Horlila' Halt! cork lw.tr)
er hand a unit of one barrel off I '.. iioml'Tiil' IIIH. IH1. 14 147 its, and 1BO be.

its,. and throe and one-third bar- inv .lainl ..laity 4th. A. n 11121. tint laid. eeri.i -
\ .n). ni.' +a numh' .reil 41, .Ul and lino beta;
""f rosin is about what the inset 10 HI KONG: STU1 l'f :Ant1, ; I Inly, :In). A, D IU2J. have Blml I lal.l:

yield amounted to throughf / .t1 p.?"itiiltiitm In m, office and h... made api -
A doctor friend, tells us he recent 1 J. i rhohnn" fur tan dueil to Issue l In acoordannu.ll.
of the large hack. This net .. lawsin

$72 83 on the average during thel; ly received a letter reading like this : .i p..rtuirnti* rmpirtlvoly. embraoaa the
r.llns,. inK lands In Itmilfnrd County. florldi.
Ivi month ending November :'W, "Dear Doctor-Your medicine did\. $ I ,,. nd"I ,ul tlm, date of tint I (alliance nf sash "
'1 3, u', 'irihnt to estimates me a world of good. Defore I started > Mill" iiv I In the ".,.... ritaNMitlvi, ly hanr- ,
i n"offal i nrllctilarly i set forth tti-wlt:
IV, iidcnt JAG. Carson mUd"l taking the medicine I didn't have |I in., IU...... Ni>. MH embruva South half t td i
,. 6.t i ..otlnn 7. s
sit \aval st"utCompanj< I townabln 7 south ranaaI
have strength enough to spunk the \ ,. "A I ''I'I ii,.,t 'in acme. .......... 1.. T. Hhnw. \
d, '. 1'iyi. Luc, of the baby but now I can whip my hun- ,, i .1,1"in'ntit' No Ml: rmhrneee Northeast '
a'' torc-h Ki,\Io\! %'. The bnlanit of ?i",iii,, i ir Northwest qiiarti.r. aeetlnn S>, ij
band fiod) blrsn
a ..!.>-, t ti,". >4"i! ,obviously in f.iv- I pt you. ,,,,- n 0 i,:..,.;,-:,',.I i" (';hna enuih. M MoKlnnay.i raniiu 111. Kiwi, 4il sew.
f r' i, I Iot\ r ii i. and, small hatk. z \ i r mill. ''''.' No INS .mh...... 11:.., half and, 'f.
NUN UUUrOHS: TREAT u. 01 l/ill'1, .r S.iulhwn ouarlitr. ......"'n Id,
rh .Jd/ 'mill"i' the narrow ihipthi I.uednu i ), l I. Mouth ranu ll Baat.: 4UI sera,
f iui' year period \,.,'loI- ,, *. .1 I W I'. lydi'. '
., i it..nl., No JI7 etnbraoea ountminclnif' .-
u lip. t-rnpe, more dip COLDS N,. .
.HD THE FLUTo o' iih .I) ftornnr nf anuthraat iunrt r ofill
"I'" t other. and fewer, ilr\ yatr .p '0 I i iiimrlcr anti, run. Wi,.t ABU feet .
".o' I, ..1"u r....l Rant ant fret North IMIO feet t.
1" showed for
"r 10 nd that r o av wurocw i n. ,l.tfinnlnu. HMtlon In, tnwnahlp 0. south
Iii I life i tears the standard break lip u <. M "v'r night or to nutshort t tt unit*' :'J 1..1.I 7 uohta. uuiwml Mra. N. B.Mn .

q peltt "p.Id..t! d! about 5.3 barrels of im all ink' of lrll'I"| | mllu,', t or wirIhruat. o c d | ."I"In,nr un...,.. No 180 tmbraaoa North MO

'in' .' t in.in the narrow for the I Il pliynitians ami.. ilrui/ni.n .ore flow ,1 II r? t nf Norlhint.t iitmrtcr of Snulltweat

{l 'n ,' Thu- means about three [ riM.nninirndinK CIII'',ilm' i 110.. iino.ralr.sC.lontel 'iniiit.r. and. Kant: .Ml fret of Hoiitheaat quar-.

n i.f on thin, ) barrels of gum each d tablet lli.n .n piirifu.i, ft mn dan iorn-ll; 101 vnui, I,i..r r unit of 'Honthpnat Hniith half'itmrtir of Northwest of Houthwvat quarter gear.O of

,. half much theN -- --- Kcrom and! .:i killing; eICt" ''. 'llnnd who (III the oldest living M/inon. He I is HI nt in nut iimiitir'. piei'tit West I sores and t
r'' as
pei p 01 as Thus is the group on the Sonatorial Investigating Committee jvhlch liuvii tnrd' .it nuy tliul llIl"In like' iiuiKii, l by> a resident of the Kansas Masonic Wet half of Hniithwral' quarter of ffouthi'a '
1Iu: bl'Ut, d l .it St.irke per crop. is probing charges land countercharges of the rival parties who far more i-ffi-ilivf" :! and certain thin the old Homa. Its says he feels hotter to.- .t "sinner mul Mouth half uf nnrtheaatiuai .

;D\ilfnlt! 1 the third t and fourth years aver that huge sums are b"r.rllill,1" to back the candidates. Leftto style lulimul. herrlofora 1"0111"1.,1",1, h day than ever and think Im longevity :), 'Northi( 'r of:>ant Houthi'UMt itirntr North luerter of.sou runway t ft ,aeraaM aea.

tk tarrndipped, 23.3 barrels of right: Senators Thomas W Unyaid T. II. Caraway 'V. E. Drab phvxii< inn.. due to total abiituunce front linn I I. tiiwnnhlf| H. .""Ih ranau itll beat 7ftin ."
) the standard. and Henrik Shipsloml One n'n. ........d llnM>klyn Land' fo.
mire' than' or two Catntiib ul LI t tiiniwni, tobacco and, alcoholTen ,
I I Irooccoooooo f i.rllflcali No :160 emhraoita authwectnunrler "
'rf.ir 1'hi. first year at Columbia a twulluw of water.-Ihllt' all. No u.ill-. ; of Northeast quarter |o aew ',;
41ield of spirits was 18.1 per tentgst4'fur no nausea nor the illKliti, interfrrcm'<' II ;In Northmet: corner and Karl h'rt of fyorthwmt -

. the narrow than for the I with( ifiiing, work or plriiKiir, .. NrM mornIng I gunner quarter and anti Northeaat Southeast quarter quarter nf ofS.Milhwrel

T your cold" hat v.lli.h.,1 unit your xyn s.iithw quarter oaeept 10 sew. In Hnuth-
tern frrU ri-frmhcd and I punt'. d.l C.lntaby: sat corner, ._1".. 914. township N, south
are mid only In nriplinil ..',,,1.'(, niirkimi'i' I I ranifu JJ: """I. 11(1( ..,..... aaaeaaed I llrouklynI '
I I.anil Coi
price tan cent for the vii, 'pixkit m/>': i l.illncatn,I N.. 44 "", b....* Weat three'iniirt. -
thirty-five rents for thou I Ilrle" irnilv, pui' ''k1C '".nt nf Houthwiait quartar of Northweat
ou NEED NOT F.A.IL -r---1 '1 *. Hrrommfmlivl and MIMMHII'I. ) ., Your .1 I hn.: i. 10 area. nMoeewd II. I.. Lewis.C .
< niiai Inrl.I/ ,
| money yin arc nut ,.,thirst No Ul
lnl.ranee N.irlheaat
fc On State Street In Chicago is a pail of boiling water was accidentally d'UlChred.adv.ViU. I 'inurttr, nf Northwest quarter wedtlun, :14.iMnNhlii 1-

.arge sign bearing the one word I spilled/ on him. That year his. -- ---- PoundsMrs. |i 4. ......b ..n.. tl Ifiaat: 40 aorea,
liRadio aju-. ...il. F I. Urirria
Tom died. Tom
owner, Ander- wag lent! to an
( r
'rrtlltre. N" 200 .m" lola 10. It uf
il bn, is a man to be envied. He I orphan asylum then transferred to HADLEY George 8. Hunter, of I hi.** J, 'r. mplr. aihllllun. ." start, In
l4Verame< obstacles that were well a City: Hospital to die. Columbus, (iu., gays she) suffrred I I Nt.rl In/nut iiuitrur nf Northwiet tuarUr| andinrl i,;,
.)iJgh Six years later a visiting specialist severely with female 1,1 Want hair of Northeast guarUri
I table.
surmuun Thirty-seven I \ Work On i I w... ..f railway and Northeast corner of
7t'ear ago when Tom was three saw him and took an interestin Five years later he had saved troubles. Snulhiaat, 'unarli ..f Nnrthwual., quartar ee.tlnn .
Months 'old h.> lay paralyzed from him.V hen Tom was ten years enough money to open a small electrical .,.,' < ... "I had to go to bed and t*. t'twnahlp 1. south ,e.... J2 Baat I.
old he took his first stay sometimes two w<.>*kM it .....,-..,,.1 Mr. Florence' 1:. Hrooaa.
head.. to foot in a squalid] soap box step shop on Dearborne ,tr..(>t. .. thus Mrs Hunter. I I I'nlo, mid eertlAcatea shall be. ratleemeil, r
|jb d.! (Hit. home was in the cellar A year later and able to hobbleabout When Tom was thirty bin attentionwas a / pays iicr.."riling ,li, law .... deed will te.... thareono
"I could work .
on crutches, he was returned directed to radio. During tho not My. II.. tilth day of November. A. II. Hr>4. '
I d!< a 'omshackle. house in Lansing to" the orphanage. During the next three he eBL were irregulur and' I got very wune.,,, my, official aianatura and aaalI 'I

to in H ; Hither had died of eleven that followed years perfect.1 anew e f thin. I went from \\M: pounds! I Him its..th day of October" A. O IVll ,
pth "md! his mother years and type of transformer and coil down less I than 100. \ tl W. AI.DKKMAN:
a con- to My 1
principally by his own efforts he and began to manufacture radio I Si'all Clerk Circuit Court
_npt "'. ?a= barely able to makeepds mother had been a user of I
riortja.Dy .
learned to read and write All of seta of peculiar and delicate dp- Uradfurd' County,
| m< by odd at ,
taking in jobs his r C. A KNIOHf.
time those
during HIM .
spare years sign. business flourished and Deputy Clerk.
Cubbing he spent in studying electricity and today he employ seven clerks and I'i I,, In I i ',I.11.7
A doctor said that the paralysispdght on the day he left the home to does. an annual net business of

pass but that the boy would make his own way in the world he nearly $49,000( He CARDUIThe MorirB
owns an ..
apart- atstar.f
bega !"h" l rd of bond truaUee of thai town
cripple and feeble minded If wa* thoroughly familiar with his ment house a home in the country | .,,,.,,01.. will ...1.. bids. on the' llth
be''lived. Three' months laN-r "'!>;'l'd. and two expensive automobiles day., '.f November. A. P. Iilf. at t :W p. In..
i I.r 'l.l>ri..,lmately HO.OIW mlluna of fuel
.n arrele :of lubrl :
..s..dw.ey oe Woman's/ Tonic j| >Hamra. lame ta ba approved for ,...b..k.- ,
tin' '.. Typo "Y" eimlnea.bAj prlaM K. U. B.'stark .
!.. Hidden to all neeeaeary I In-
I and! she knew what a good I formation .......Inll oil on whlah bill tainmlv
'rh. Hoard rwervea tha right ta re.
medicine it wan fur thin trouble and all bl...
pat any
Indianapolis Recommends National Signal SystemIndianapolis so she told me to get J. 'r. iiin avChanmtan.
r, i gl I some and l take It. I sent to .
C. A
the store after It and before I I "i-iii 51-11-7. Clerk.TO .
I AMTb / (TAMUHeIrTABOV1 ( /tat At3t7VT I had taken the first bottle I. _.
TurtNa6HTTO T ( Te TN[ Tn) STOPf up 1 begun to improve. My flT/ll: piDUhIta.. t

A side hurt legs and, I began to I n.. town coiinnll of the town of StaiUe,
mend in health I took! four 'll.r.l/i: : will naive b..... up ta 1'811... m.
.? "..: I lib day of November. A. D. 1W4.
Louise McDonnell 21, San fr.- :i- bottlm in all during the last dual,I m thai II_ the blots to ba publicly
ton months. Canlui acted asa ......I..I' t-ir on. one-ton truck, with steel, I
Cisco .hop girl' who Inh'rl'.1 I I ,. .....
fine tonic. 1 am well now. I boo P " $85. 000 says that she will keep "n I have ten nndam t., r"rn.h, all necemary on
gamed pounds
working at a department store ."rk. bid' on Bloa" must Include both Man.
still gaining My slues l I,rlr. for .....h and alao. >.eh ami amount ..- I
glove counter. Half of the money do not trouble me at all and II lt.v>...l "n trailln. for traitor TIM .board reV. -
0 she will give to her mother and 1 regular I ,' .- the right, to "'- any and bbl., i
are { ;
of th" :",.' "ill! h<. used my .. tUUa, ,
11 I some' r"m ,., i know that Caniui will help ('''.Irm., .. .,f Town C"uDGIL
t i r others suffering from the ,s ru'rcu.
same trouble" 1",.1'I''I i ci.II 7 Clark l of Town Council.U .
-J Take Cardul.Coooooooooooooooooooooooe.
: E 101
.;- -
I* making an effort' to MtablUh a tAndard irit m of hand signals to faidi-at

emenU of automobiles in trade Traffic police think the daily .c ld nt toll 'wen greatly r.- Th Qa* M n* CMS V4ACM* TIM 1YM i-- Malaria Chill
d.... if such simple signal as illustrated could be adopted end obeerreA- oohr Dtl6aaJlr To Cur. a Cold III One My.T.k. a prescription for ,
JI>q"e1III lots.d-e, COM
laa.we1L fd. v fgp10 cx'DfIIOIt' | ..-.i N.MiMbss : LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE: (T.blw.) It and, F.ver. Utngut or Bilious Fever.

.-- WG. *!.xSfMBaaraM..._.. I MOM; lh t WOVE S.tltamuut* ch. on cod..wfjrk. boa otfftbCaM. Mo.. I t kills tie-germs. -. _
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Bradfurd County Telegraph Sheriff W. J. Epperson, of Starke will perform some unheard of feat
was In town Saturday. "
-- .-_- -- _... -. -_- _---_ .-._n- -_--" I upon the "Jlarmonophone. Anotht
I Mr. and Mra.ILR. Sapp were i Bradford feature will be the famous comedm
: I tibf' ,she<1 w, ekly! and entered as 1' transacting business in Stark Tues- High Nat Sternberg who will do a so'

"; second dasH matter at the post jday.! shoe dance.

oft ice at Stnrke. Florida i The show will be in two parts. Tr

? :. ---- . .. ...- 'I W. H. Burt and Clyde Shea rouse, first will be the Minstrel proper. I
a. 8. MATTHEWS._____"_"____________Own.r.- : of Hawthorne were visitors to Law- School Journal this every one will be in uni(urn
tey Tuesday. I There will be interesting
s ; epecialitu
J. CBOBINBON...___.____M.n.tfni Editor.PUBLISHED _
between the first and second
'i I par
Charlie Dunk came home from St. I
The second part will be an origin,
i EVERY FRIDAY Augustine and spent Sunday with MIDDLETON
? burlesque on school
I Editor EditorPRANK a negro room.
.. family. I
-- -- -
SUBSCRIPTION RATE George F. Young spent several Aulaunt Editor I
1 days in Starke last week ---- ,
Per Y" .ir _ n.. _.. Jl.BO ; looking after I 'I Second Month
business interests. II ..1 !.:*ae,7i67)wttll First Grade D Class: Agnes.John
Six: Months n n..... 75c I f'EOPLE.OLl.ANU. the trash in the boxes on either aide I Teacher-Six dollars for the Irst Martile Hemingway, B. M. Johns.j
.. I Jujius Dingfeldcr. of New York, I The following article writtenI of the building that are provided for month and three for the next. Class:: Leslie Biggs, Billy River
-- was
was guest several days last week
this purpose. This would save time Gussie Mae-All right I'll bo back Louie Brown. A Class: Doroth
I I by Sarah Hope Haynes pupil of the
I at Blanchard.the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. fourth grade. a I expense and trouble, for if the next month. / White Alma Thornton Elain
grounds are covered with trash
Wynn. Miss Olive Ray teacher.
The people in Holland called
are someone must be hired clean them. Joe-What are you doing with
First Grade C Class Grace
L. D. : An
Dorman Jacksonville Dutch. There are many canals in
I We have that dictionary?
spent the week at the home of Mr. Holland to drain the waters off the which a should very expensive building Mozelle-I'm going to send a ten drew, Lillian .Sternberg, Albert Yarborough
we be proud of, and
and Mrs. Silas Brown. land and Charles Strandberg. Mis
to irrigate. In some partsof
word and I'm
care should be taken to keep it look- telegram looking up
I MraJW.: Holland canals are used in placeof its best the biggest words I can find so I'll Eunice Perkins, teacher.
Mr. and Byrd and streets. ing for it is passed by motorists I Second Grade: John Adams Charlie

j' daughter Mrs. R. B. MoKeley. were The Dutch people keep their corning in and going out of get my money's worth. Brantley, Joe Edwards Merril
war \'>Hitorn to Starke Monday. Starke and we want tourists to form '
houses very clean and keep white i Ia Jacob says that a Chinaman would Edwards Ed Neff, Louise Snyder
good opinion of town.
!Mm Ted Lewis and children pf sand on the floor. They have fire- our make a good actor because he always Georgia Haynes Mildred Rundle
f, No. 4M4Meiuoership i I White Springs, are spending a few boxes to keep their feet warm, SCHOOL NOTES has his cue. Florence Hassett Martha Powel,
( in National Highway j': days here at the home of her parents sometimes they take them to church Marie Underhill Elizabeth Hollings
P'. Association) I Mr. and Mrs 1VL Padgett. with them. In the kitchen they have Last Hallowe'en night was all that We heard a man remark that the worth Dorothy Turner. Miss Ethe
i open fire places near which are stoolson a policeman could desire in the way pecan trees around the school house Griffin teacher.
r :' LAWTEY Edward Edwards, of Fort" Pierce which to sit. of peacefulness and order. Several i. were symbolic, representing the nuts Third Grade B Class: Gus Newton
' Aa wall a visitor here Saturday.J. There are lots of windmills to extra police were placed on duty but inside. However he was a very crab- Lois Long Lois Adkina. A Class
." 1" Lawtey, Nov. 7.-Mrs. J. T. Moore grind corn, pump water and saw the only excitement they had wa: by old gentleman.No Marguerite Prevatt Katie Williams
" and brother M. F. Brown, were visitors F. White and son, of DuPont, wood. From a distance they look I seeing the host of fairies ghosts Sinclair Peek Jr., Arthur Darb;
l.' ;, to Jacksonville Saturday. were transacting business in Law- like giants with their arms out- I twitches, demons and devils return- Orie, Rex Beach isn't a sum- Jones S. R. Johns Jr., !Martin,

.F.,\ ; Mrs. J. E. Goodfellow- /tnd children tey Monday. Mtf. White was a resident stretched. These arms hare sails on ing from the Hallowe'en party. mer resort. Brownlee. Mina Alice Tharin, teacher.
here for
u ; left .Saturday for Lakeland, where several years. them to catch the wind. I The Temperance program Friday BRADFORD DRABS .
t they will spend the winter with Mr. Mrs. M. E. Patterson of Jacksonville The dikes are a great wonder in afternoon was a success and was attended | Fourth Gri :. Jeannette Underhill
Goodfellow who IB in the commission was a visitor to Lawtey Mon- Holland, they are walls made of by quite a number of patrons 1 Shakespeare says that brevity is Julian I....k. Jr., Sara Hope Haynes
business there ricks and dirt. They are so thick that of the school. the soul of wit. It is the soul of a Lucile Edward i?!, Pauline Conway

day.F. roads are sometimes built on top of school boy.Remember. Mary Brownlee. Miss Nellie
. r Mrs. T. J. called i Fred Mott has been a visitor at .
Terry was to F. Stump of Starke was a visitor them. Stearns teacher.
Luke City last week account of here I school at noon for several days late- that old saying, "That
td on Friday.A The children have long golden hair | Fifth Grade: Beverly Cady, Eloisi
before fall. Well
'ly' pride goeth a
the serious illness of her father blue eyes and pink cheeks. Every Ritch Evelyn Stump Annie Varnes
large number of what wAs it that went before Denly?
Mr. Braddock. Lawtey folks
attended Saturday they clean their wooden Rod Crosby was a visitor at school | Wilbur Griffis, Raymond Gilsson Jot
1Ft Mr. and Mrs-J.: II. Carrodine and court in Starke Monday.W. shoes and make them white-' then Tuesday. Emerson wrote: Whosoever wouldbe Brown Victor Thomas Drasdell

son, Kembert spent Sunday in Jack F. Godwin hang them on bushes to dry.: a man must be a nonconformist.But Lewis Ben Sternberg Lester PrlctRobfnson.
sonville.1 The entire community was shocked In winter the children have a Several brilliant high school pupils we think that whosoever would i I Miss Isabel fallen, teach
Wednesday morning of last week good time riding on sleighs and have been working hard at the be a man must be a politician. er.
,f Mrs. M. f;. Edwards and daughter when tit was learned that our fellow skating on ice and riding on ice noble occupation of writing lines. (I Sixth Grade: Helen Gray Glenn
;, Ming Mjable, of Starke were. visitors townsman W. F. Godwin had died boats. They discussed these famous quota- Women say that bobbing their I I /
here Thursday. Tuesday night in North Carolina They go to market just as we do, tions of Emerson: "Insist on yourself hair saves a lot of time. But does it? ; Fernandez,
I where he went several months only they buy fruit, milk, and cheese never imitate. "Every man's When a business man has to get a !Milton Brownlee Jr., Elmo Struth,
Miss Eunice Dinkins, of Jacksonville by the doctor's orders with the hopesof ago shaped in balls.Christmas task is his life preserver." shave he has to wait on several worn- (| James Richard Wainwright. JIissJIable

spent a few days here last recovering his impaired health. comes on December Cth Of course you are coming to the en. Edwards, teacher.

week with her parents Mr. and Mrs. At times he seemed to improve, but in Holland and Santy Claus drops minstrel. The purpose of this paragraph The the election seems to be Seventh Grade: June Bullen,
;c Charles Uinklnn. only for a short time. Mr. Godwin some toys but mostly cake and is to remind you to be thereon going, we way are in for a little cool-idge Elizabeth Fenske Pearl Johnson
v Mr. and Mrs. J. B. McCulley and came here about 19 years ago from money. They put their shoes in the time if you want a seat. You cannot spell. Lois Colley, Clara Louise Peek,
fire place to catch the affod to miss hearing Nathan Mrs. Meta teacher.
children, Oscar Frank and James of Milltown Ga., and engaged in the things Hodges
Jacksonville and Frank Frisch, of naval stores business with several The children do not have many Prevatt play on the "Harmonqphone" FALL MINISTREL FRIDAY Eighth Grade Ruth Sternberg
y" Monroe, N. C., were guests Sundayof different partners until about four toys so they play mostly with their in a way that would make a para NIGHTA Ruby Prescott Edna Strickland,,
Mr. and Mrs. David Durban. years ago. He was president of the shoes. They all go to school and have lytic dance a jig and Paderewski Willie Mae Hinson Merton Clark,,
Lawtey State Bank for a number of lessons as we do and are very smart. throw his piano at the trashman. As large crowd is expected to at- Junior MacDonald Raymond Brown-
p Mrs. V. R. Reddish| and Mrs. E. E. years and mayor of Lawtey two Their wooden shoes are shaped like to Mr. Nat Sternberg- Well tend thc minstrel Friday night at ing. Mrs. Bessie McGruder, teacher.,
t Burney were visitors to Starke Sat. years. He was a member of the M. E. boats and are used for doll beds, he'd make Hula Lou hide herself behind the high school auditorium. High School
r; \ urday. church and a prominent Mason. plates and toy boats. a cocoanut tree.: Every one who was not lucky to Tenth Grade: Gussie Mae Bennett,
The deceased leaves a devoted wife Isn't it funny about the babies ? get a reserve seat ticket is urged to Elise Jones, Clevy /Norman. Miss
l Miss Mary Boyer of Baldwin was four sons and a daughter besides/ When a little boy is born the people come early if you want to get a seat. Florence Matthews !Mrs. T. J. Alderman .

F .' the guest of 1'01181Joyce Terry the many other near relatives and hosts hang a red silk ball on the door if Gussie Mac-How much do you One of the main features of the !Miss Carolyn Fripp S. S. Dow-
first of the week. of friends to mourn his death. He it is a girl they hang a pink ball. Is charge for music lessons? I .show will be Nathan Prevatt who ling.
l\Irs.n-M: was CD of this not a good way to let your I
Mr. and Tracy of Orlando years age. friends know you have a new baby? n__ .
came here the first of the
The Ladies Aid of Grace M. E. "
week to vote. church met last Wednesday after- KEEP TILE SCHOOL GROUNDS" "
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Smith and noon at the home of !Mrs E. E. Bur- CLEAN

Mrs. Catherine Teare spent Sunday ney. There was quite a large mem- The pupils who eat dinner on the
in Gainesville at the home of Mrs. bership present. After the regular school grounds are requested not to I
W. II. McCormick the occasion being routine of business" was transacted throw paper and boxes on the
t the 88th birthday of Mrs Elizabeth : delicious refreshments were served. I us. It is a very easy matter camp-I COMINGWeek
Howe. Mrs. Smith's mother.
pastor of the Baptist Waldo.

Rev. F, W. Sessions of South church and Mrs. J. B. Rowe and Truman Dyal of Ziff was a visitor I
,Y Jacksonville, supplied the pulpit at Mrs. James Pitts attended the New here Wednesday.W. .
Grace M. E. church last Sunday River Baptist Association at New T. MsKever and John McKen-

morning and evening. Next Sundaythe liver last Friday. ney spent Thursday evening attendI I

district superintendent Dr. J. J. J. J. McLeod ing to business In Sampson.I. .
was I
Treadwell of St. Augustine is expected business in Jacksonville Tuesday.transacting I L. Ogden and Thomas Mills of Nov. 10
to be here both morning and were business visitors to Starke Friday -'
evening. The pulpit at Grace church J. B. Rowe was a business visitor afternoon. I

will be supplied every Sunday until to Jacksonville Wednesday and LeRoy Wagdin princlppl of !Manning ,
the pastor, Dr. Powell Is able to resume Thursday. school spent! the week-end here I
his pastorlal duties. guest of his parents. I

I Mrs. G. W. Roberta and Mrs. W. SAMPSON CITY !Mesdames Andrew Sparks, Sam UNDER $10,000 TENT THEATRETHE

: E. Torode returned home Thursday Sampson City, Nov. 7. Our Lou Autumn Youngblood and !Miss
from DeLund, where they spent a school is progressing nicely under Mae Youngblood ofWaldo attended -
week with Mrs. Robert's parents, the management: of Prof. J. A. Was- the Woodmen Circle here Fridays
Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Tatum. Miss den, of Graham. afternoon.
t I'eatl Tatum accompanied them and !Mrs. Della Thomas and children Miss the!Mottle Ogden of Brooker
is the of Mrs. Roberts. spent her parents.
guest attended the Sells-Floto
circus in 'I
.. Gainesville E. J. Murrhee and Chesley Fogg ORIGINALWilliams
Dr. E. L. Biggs of Starke wasa Thursday.E. were business visitors to Sampson''
D. Jones of Ellington visited Friday.
professional visitor to Lawtey I
Thursday his mother, Mrs. S. E. Jones Satur- I W. T. McKever: and Duffle Aber-
v day' enroute to High Springs. nathy spent Saturday in Starke. I
Mr and Mrs. J. B. Dye and J. B. Lucian Thomas and sister Cleo Schell Byrd has been visiting rela- Stock Co.
Jr., ond Miss Wilma Blanchard of and IllssIamle! Hall attended the tives for the past week on the East
Jacksonville were the guests Sunday Hallowe'en party at the home of Coast.
of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Blanch'Jird. Misses Mittie and !Minnie Ogden at Guy Long, of Brooker was a visitor -

Graham Saturday evening.J. here Saturday.Mr. I

Oscar Andreu rot Starke was a G. Wynn and E. H. Smith wera and Mrs Henry Saxon of 30--People--30 7--Piece Orchestra--7
visitor to Lawtey Saturday.Mr. visitors. here Wednesday evening. Hampton, and Andrew Saxon of
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Johns and lit- South Florida spent the week-end .
and Mrs. M. F. Brown of' tle son, C. A. Jr., spent Thursdayand with !Mr. and\ !Mrs. I. L Ogden. I Playing Only Royalty Comedy Dramas.
Tampa were guests Friday and Sat- Friday in Gainesville guests of !Miss !Mattie Ogden spent Saturday
urday of Dr. and !Mrs. G. W. Brown. Mr. and !Mrs. Cox. While there at in Starke. ,
tended the Sells-Floto circus. lIillaesIattle! and Minnie Ogden
ih I
Mrs. William Reddish returned News has been received here of entertained a crowd of young folks
homo Friday after spending two Joe H. Hall who has served the Saturday evening with a Hallowe'en
weeks with relatives in Water Oak past OPENING PLAY MONDAY9GNORANCE"
four years in the United States party. There was a large crowd present -
T and Brooker. Navy has now extended his enlistment and everyone seemed to enjoy

Mayor and Mrs.-U. R. Thede and for 2 years more. He is now themselves.
t children motored to Gainesville Sunday stationed at Brooklin, N. Y. Joe was Misses Mamie Hall, Cleo and Lu-
afternoon. born and reared here and has mann) cian Thomas, of Sampson attendedthe
friends who will be pleased to hear party Saturday evening. '
Mrs. W. A. Barrett of Jacksonville that he is enjoying the best of health Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Sorrency
,-\va* a visitor here Saturday. while in the service. are the proud parents of a baby boy
1nlIianl.l1as\ which arrived October 21th.
moved his
h Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Hill were visitors /- to llawtnorn. .We wish them success family Unless He Backs Up.-Lightning- 4-act Drama Featuring Marie Gafferelly, America's
to Starke Monday.Mr. In their new hmo .
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Kite and bugs are not 10 different from eer- I I Premier Comedienne and May Blossom Williams.
and Mrs. AJ.mloStrlcklanJ daughter Louise tams men. A lightning-bug can see ,
and children, of Kingsley, were visitors in Gainesville attended the circus where he has been but not where he
Thursday. in irointr. Charlotte .
here Sunday. i' fir and Mrs.[ Carl Wynn and chil

dren, of Lake Butler, Rastus Jac
spent Sunday sol. a thoroughly
.. Deputy Sheriff W. W. Balsdcn, of
, I guests of relatives and friends. married darkey
was one day ap-
Starke, was In town business
: Mrs. Josie Hall and daughter, proached by a life insurance agent.
,': Thursday. Mamie, expert to leave this week for "Better let me write you a policy Vaudeville Between Acts

:h; !Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Starling, of Palatka where they will visit her Itastus" suggested the agent.
Jacksonville were visitors here son-in-law and daughter !Mr. and "No, nan," declared Ra tus, "Ahain't
Monday.Rev. Mrs. T. C. Thomas. any too safe at home as It is."

,. GRAHAM "I'm going to call baby ADMISSION .
my Charles
" .
J. E. Kelley, of Sanderson
said the
author "after Charles
the week-end here at the home Graham Nor.
spent 7.-0. W. Dyal and .
Lamb; you know. He is such littleIamb.
of Mr. and Mrs. Penny Dinkins. Mrs. Thomas Mills were business visitors ." a Children; 20c. Adults 40c
Kelley and who have to Starke
baby been Wednesday.Miss "Oh, I'd call him William Dean ,
spending the week here with her Ruby Dyal spent the weekend 'said the friend "he Howells so
parents, returned home with him. with Miss Estelle Wasdm of much." ..:


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