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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 9, 1928
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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.-lection passed with q' ,,: ,
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llt 'n. nlrds of the qualified Raiford MayorAllowed \ 9,Ofi2 votes from 146 -of the 369

|rs",,1 ",. i-ounty, taking advan- i\ 12lIU7; In 1..lorlll... precincts
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,)i >ot >"< opportunity to cast a Bail : ) With a majority of 21,963 vote

:Ian, ntll'-ations pointing to a : : u -, It appeared certain Wednesdaynight in 328 precincts, most of which
of the nearly 2,000 In Case s.i lay in the districts
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!? ,)1 i min" Killing : that Florida has given her voting heaviest .
,a t hi, county. Owing to for Hoover, United States Senator
? six electoral votes to the Republican -
voted for I Park
numi. who somedILI1I.1t" Trammell was given assurance "
and omitted others, the State Not to Charge First Degree/ party. of the re-election over BarI .d

hard tolrinim Jlurdcr In Dye! Slaying: People had been talking about H.
cal, number voting was I I clay Warburton, the mayor of

\Wednesday, and the fln- I that possibility for years. Fiver: Palm Reach, his Republican opponent ,
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jflgun' U11 likely change the Bond for Ben Andrews, mayor'of '' since thin stale begun to receive an The vote was: Trammel), ,

ballots cast. The tab- Halford. held on state charges I Influx of northern Bottlers, but the 37.898. Warburton. 15,733. '
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,1\8 will be given In thet connection with the slaying of I help of Democrats was required to The remainder of tho slate ticket t'd. d', t
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to J ,
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Brady Dyal on October 8, was fix I s I Ik
lie canvassing board put It over found DvmoiTatlc: nominees nn- .
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[t make the of- ed at $5,000 by Judge Daniel A. I II Herbert hoover took the lead 1 ,
.Hup, ''i\iMiiclay to I opposed and they roc Into oltlcaas j 4i
i, Simmons following habeas corpus II when t the counting of tho election In former yours. "

il:, st was manifested In proceedings In clrcu.t.court: chambers : I returns began lie has hold It with The fate of the four cotifltltutlonnl j I .-

each yesterday. steuillly increasing/ majority Democratic ,
lectors, and pre- iiinendmcnlH Iny In the tabulation
I The evidence In the case was not headquarters yesterday v
Democratic nominee i sheets of the election "
t heard by Judge Simmons. Hn fixed his. when 991 precincts I ,
of onceiled victory
... ith the exception | having: ((ono virtually unno- '
.i 2. which gave the the amount of bond after Rob I II |>-cliM'tn>: of 1.26In:\ the slate tired 1111 nllemptn were made to : \
of ert McNameo, assistant state attor- I tho Republican nominee iv ''
majority II gave expedite tho
H:tors a I ', returns for thc rest ft'
i ney, and Fred King, county detective : with
by precincts follows: vote of 123,127 lompnred of the ticket\ ,'
appeared and said that the evi- f I 89,205 for Clov. Alfred I 12. Smith. ]:/ I I,
Dem. Rep. k t t | | ---| '
____ 114 87 dence they had against Andrews 4 "....' \ The majority of the Democrats ASKS: : ()1m1Tiis;: ; :! :r yIN

___ 192 214 ;, was not sufficient for the Institution 1 who proton'c-d Hoover! nppuareit, l (IHMNU .\M U I t t tilllll"i'II'YIN(17'O

_.__ 146 lOt of first''degree murder", charge-, ,", however to have voted only for

__ 30 3la I Djnl was shot and killed at his .. ...., the national Republican ticket, for VN: 1a ri

;, _- 6 43 'home In the Lackawunna sectionon tho lint of Democratic nominee. ---- .
,, the night ot October 8, lie was offices Cft:zons and Frlemla J of Starke: I
| ,, ___ 22 16 for roiiRrosHlonul and state
,1. 23 18 ( killed, according to testimony by were given safe majorities on the Tlie time of year has arrived!
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I, 82 21 \vlclo\rat the coroner's Inquest, face of the Incompletml ret urns, when our minds have turned to

oh'' -- --- when he ran out of his home to 1 The election saw the close of the planting of various seeds flowers,
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I Totals __ _____659\ 506 Investigate a number of revolver 5 ... 'J. \\ most vigorously contented l prt'81-Itlenltnl "hrllbllltlll let t'
I trees us start the
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treasurer's race, inch shots fired in hs: back yard campaign In more than 60 f

Ihe .11'Democrats'' and one Re- I T. W. Whitehead, held as a material years. The Florida delegation t at cleanup campaign; November tho

Blilltan, t twO candidates were running witness, testified, however ; : t the national convention In Houston 10th. and finish up November the '

milted in 602 votes being cant for that Dyal was killed in an ex- L- ,..... A"- R Blood.. out against the nomination 15th. r f fr'
| jchange of shots with the Raiford of Governor Smith until the '
i itt :H) I for Burr 74 for Stroup. I tse. I Let us start with the many approaches -
of the election mayor. '. last Later, several members of
ilhe surprise to our town, the billboard
I The habeas corpus proceedings J e the.deleKatlon Including Its chair
A. A. Dur- t "
of
Sue In the defeat once more has bmonia one of the'
were brought for Andrews by IonL. ma(1.look( ( field for
t the 4ily,
or Hampton for bond trustee. vital problems' ot today for as f
Farris, attorney j Hoover.. Tli'o Democratic state
district 4, comprising Hamp- t long as our highways{ are bedecked 1t

., Graham; and Theressa. Voters I! rommltlfH wagud an intensive with the billboards there tit practically

J he., precincts\ wrote in the Editor Dies After campaign, urging loyalty to the no hope left for saving tha

IIIK it 0 Haynes giving Durden party. natural beauty of any highway. 1 ,

ul'l i 10 votes to Haynes \18.i Crash in Auto K "!foover Democrat" organizations IluiiiJlful streets, a little paint,

i S. senator-Trammell, I i I .4 w s J"!1 went into campaign/ unking tnuko n city beautiful. Will you i

76. 1"'I'ulIlI.1 full support of slate Democratic help 1;
: ul-urton. us to malfo Ktarko one of the
('mlll'lIlIlnn In Hospital! ; .,. but declining to vote for :
ticket l"
915
l l P t'ongress--Gr, ; most attractive and the cleanest .
I Smith,
i i'' >. :*-' towns In this part of the stale by 1.,4" d
I.i Carlton, 939 ; I 11il! nominee hud "repudiated" theparty November I
governor-- Fernandla, Nov 6.-Crlckettrrewltt. the 16th, when we will I ojj! v
163 be honored by delegates and ulst-
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fifteen
for the last years
I. "i 1"oOl. to constable"was '
on the constitutional prypldent tore! from eighteen clubs which
Nassua" County Leader '
,dm'iita was light and In ev- editor of the tfT% ,war,<'ry/ot/ the Democratic will number a hundred at least,
died here late today from a had hot\ + 1
I In < such us
instance decisively defeated; skull and Internal In- T t 'ir ct1Ioyfrwurk ohm state officials\ from the Stata t {
Relating to county and munlaIgovernmentYes fractured when : t, + r e bur j|"j gk I'll! In tho history of preside Federation? + .
late last night
I urles received t. contests in Florida,
72 no 114 tal Let i
.1 1 ; automobile collided with an- v us start this Journey at

Relating! to special and locals his In heavy fog on I- -_.---, ... .. .",._ ..- --" Republicans also went more ex- home the place that Is most dearto 1
other machine a "
than Into the field,
I tenst ely ever
Yes 68; no 125. ''a fifteen miles south of I each one of us by making our ,

Relating to levy for school pur- here.highway South Thompson street, looking north Photo by Hoover Bros. William J, Howey, the party's can back yards as the front and 6ipq f I n
dlIatt\' waging a statewide ,
for governor \
esYes 66 ; no 137. I J. V. Roux local automobile ,I' yards remove the eyesnrei) ("M tpq\ r ,

Relating to raise of legislator'sy dealer who was riding with Pre- welcome none-tbe-less Uq.mlIIIIIIWltt. \, rubbish pile, plant flowtrs.\ \\llrblJ\ i r
Yes 86 166 by' present Florida Officials \ ,NEQ l precincts! tabulated, and trees In
on Ha
;- ; witt was taken to a Jacksonville FORTY STATES secondary Issue.! I How y wn approximately\ 40,000 this, you will make stead this'town by dolta&like I '+ 4yq'ar ,
broken jaw
UKU: OF MRS. hospital suffering a The answer to the Invariable vote behind\ Doyle 10, C1ft'tQII., | ) the
home
MARY C., l'ISJlOLSTER I and other Injuries. question why Smith lost the election :- Protest Against Democratic nominee whit (ama4sCdl\ '! beautiful.Tb'krounds { .

II I I The driver of the other machinedd CARRIED BY Is the booming stock market 112,302'votea compared: \ with 1 .ZZ''' of our courthouse.

[Friends and relatives of Mrs.ry : not stop Duval county road of today-the Hoover market De- Low Wave LengthProtests 077 for his opponent city hall, postofllce, school and our

C Plnholster were saddened patrolmen. Roland Thompson and spits! the efforts of the campaign Democratic leaders generally 11 railroad depot should be places of v "
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death' Fortune arrived on the attraction as well as places: Of mere
ben learned of her I Lawrence
they G.O.P.CHIEFI.aie to show that business had nothingto have made little comment on the '
sly Monday morning, October scene soon after: the accident and fear from the advent of a Democratic against the proposed turn or affairs at the polls.. On, business!, wh.firg rltlltlU Of Brad !

)th, which occurred in Miami ate sent the Injured men to the hls- administration; that the continuance of the University of Tuesday morning they had confidently ford county could point with pride t kr ,

( home of her daughter Mrs.C ... to their public homes, and the 1
tariff
should not be handled a
pltal.Dr as a asserted that at least 68
percent
Florida radio station 10w
demons. The body was Ralph Green. Jacksonville on & ?. grounds made beautlfl with flowers !? '
political matter
the commercial
[ought to Starke early Wednesy physlclal flew here In an airplane Returns Only Emphasize: world, and particularly, the small wave !length,% when an Increasedwave I d:Smith the vote on would the bail go for of their Governor grassy lawns shrubbery and Yj

\ morning and taken to theN to perform an operation on Pre- Hweep of UPltUbllC'an c.ommerclal'world., decided to takeno length is said to have been advices from the counties1. trees. that Florida: Is so blessed

of Mr and Mrs. F. A. Scott wilt which was unsuccessful. Nominee. I chances which Is to say !In other promised were telegraphed to the Chairman Harry 11. Wells, of with. S5-

we It remained until one-thirty Prewltt, who was the Nassua words that the United States Is We still \luVe another problem s
federal radio commission at Wash- the state Democratic executive
pn the funeral cortege formed county registration supervisor and New York. Nov, i.-Som. :$$,- still conservative.: I by Oov John W. Martin committee. In conceding the state that Is the buildings, that are r
affairs here Ilnatol1
proceeded to New River prominent in civic I I dangerous and First
at Cal- 000,00 people voted for Governor It would be easy to argue that and Attorney General Fred II. to Hoover said he would not have unsightly ,
I'irch' there the last sad rites 'I was editor of a newspaper Smith should our child be crushed under ,
exceeding by more than Smith
would have been elected If Davis. statement to make at that tfme.
re conducted by Rev L, W. lahan before coming to Fernan- f 1300,000 one? Second; they) detract from the'
the
lie Is sur- vote which brought,, In he were a Protestant Instead of a The commission Mr. Davis said l United States Senator Duncan V", l
fifteen ago.
kilter dina years
beauty of town third. It la ,
Harding[ and almost a million more Catholic If it is, assumed that this had assigned the Fletcher, however was emphatic any ; e
university station
widow and daughetr,
vived
[The deceased came from Georgia by a dangerous to health Help us to 1
than brought In Coolidge In the
would have given him the slight at ail low In asserting that he believed f FlorIda I
Mrs. S. E. Pre- wave length/ with
mother,
'Y years ago with her husband i Vesta; his: landslides\ that marked eliminate thin obstacle.'f'J I
I the.\ high additional strength he needed the she half made .
Anna, and brother F. i to promise that it would be Increased "will realize a +
sister
'"lam II wilt a .
Plnholster and settled ; water mark until today.lfogver's As w travel on through our
who Is editor of a : win New York, for ,there would on Nov II, Now, it was mistake. 'There Is nothing we can .
"r [ M Prewitt,
booker Florida where they ( business! section and streets let ua 4
+..- majority Is about six then have been ni> defection In the stated, the commission Is planninga / do, but wait and hope" the vet -
4 I for and raised a Plant City paper. hands and each to keep
many years and a half million less than the tsouth. Join help sour
he would in all said.
'" have probability ) hearing to consider Jlvlnthe/ eran senator
P:' ''II lx) children. The oldest.d r business center clean and Inciting ,
bcrn Mrs. T. P. Word died Friends of Mr. Prewitt will\ sins majorities that put hs! two Immediate I have carried the border wave length to Joplin Mo., which If Howey polls 30 per cent of the weeds and grass cut #

1r. thirty cerely regret to hear of his un- predecessors In the White states--eertalnfy 1>Missouri Ken- originally had It. the total tabulated vote, as all Indications
years ago leaving I! (House and raked on our vacant lots and
., resident tucky, Tennessee aad'Okfahoma1ho j! The governor and attorney I n Carl Ward. timely death. lie was a .
and
Clyde the the parkways In front of our
and | None J letirt. Hoover Is the big- woOi'l 1 have had Maryland and 1 I have asked that action be party will be entitled under Florida property
I >Ib! I of'Starke during his boyhood no '
Nter died let, I .
February victor, and In Its nU'ud plant flowers -
gent counted In :
'1" w since then made frequent tripe to electoral much of tho Northwest! Wlsoon-1 taken In the matter until a hearing law to hold a regular primary
Plnholster five
leaves I IhavnK !, shrubs and trees and put tho
,J z tt E. Pin bolster. Mrs. E. renew acquaintances. He was married I votes the country has ever had, alit, Minnesota, North Dakota amid'' l lot held explaining that the with the Democrats. f'urmerly tho '
signs and billboards In the lIack-
carried 40 fl
states
,\ Mrs. A. J. Johnson, 1 In Starke at the Methodist with 444 |t Montana, surely which wrii,.ltI l university wlat.'on: In a "state agoncy percentage was fixed 0..Ier tent, ground.

onville; \ ; Mrs. T. C. ,!church Ills! bride being/ niece of I electoral votes, and Smith felece I sum up plenty to elect a president maintained by the taxpayer but later was raised to 30 per cent. In thin undertaking ask
worst defeated In a two ; '' we every
: :Miami : 'nrul Airs.} !?. A.I Mr, O. U Beasley ot this city. I tion, held but cons'derlng! that Massachusetts nll.ley for commercial civic, government Republicans now must inert In citizen and civic: :
'T ',' mptT'qll( : iler8; having eight states and Rhode Inland went for him. and educational purposesof ) convention !In curler to choose a, organization _
'
.\I.\lUI wlili K7 votes.Unfortunately! to Join/ bands.. with u* In making s.
1 1\1.1"1; MHK: Dry Issue' "
I the state of Florida \party ticket Its thin Ute.. ,
'I'ters. J. N. Sullivan.
for the Starke to be of
governor 'the prohibition business, despite Oil lion hlectd'Doyle ; a city proud on
'I' '
v' "'' .1 i T: E. Sullivan-of The second false fire alarm of he ran up his big "totals: where the assumption by the Anti-Saloon K.: Carlton Ven1 (!rallcI'om'nee November the 16th, 1928.

1.', > Mrs. E. E. Baxter the last few weeks was turned In Hoover also broke records-had League that It Is entitled to the HKMIY: I,. hTfcVK.NHO.VHenry lengthened hilt lead oven Woman's Club of Starko and
| Mrs W. S. Lang, of
the fire the distribution: been otherwise Ueautiflcatlon dept.
k. Friday n'ght: calling out credit of Hoover's election figured
William J. Howey, Republican: candidate
'; t
,1" and Mrs. S. J. they have Smith might have won the elec- I less H C. Wall, Mayor'
Officers state by Itself than
'' company as a more or L
'' Ulackshear, Ga. Stevenson 41, a form. for governor, by more than
rhO' d 1 clues to the ones guilty of turning! tion. less legitimate! excuse for the loss er resident of Pittsburgh Pa., 39,000 rotes over the previous tabulation C.o'. Hoover Chm. council.W. .
'lied wag seventy-three In the view of the awesome fact I II. Parks. Board of health.
and arrests defensible
alarms .
In both these I I hostility.The died In this
r4'"+ city earlY' yesterday when DIG precincts -reported
and had been a memr will follow shortly. To discourage that Smith lost his own state, it Democracy of'tho two New I A, L. Alvarez, thief of Police
'.f' morning after a lingering Illness. 112,392: for Carlton compared .
New '
River
Baptist has been \lost sight of that New .
that -
understood England
It la states
.
' th's! practice as compared with Mi- -
"h' Stevenson
'I i about fifty She was a native of with 73,077 for Howey. 1t.I.UIt.'H JUG "IUMVU
I
"d't,1.," years. those found guilty will be givena York.city is normally Republican the failure of New York to standby 'Pittsburgh, but for the past three Carltoll's majority mounted as the
01
11 I:rlful, unselfish lire of Not In has It Demorat'c I'
streets years gone -
the the
v.'"' straight sentence on man It elected governor {, years had lived In Florida. The returns from the western Florida '
thers, being faithful The Democratic political rally
a when Smith
I except a'
the.eoet ofa was four
(to In of a fine. As times Is probably explainedby 1
place body was forwarded to he
act Pittsburghlast counties were tabulated having
mother, and ready candidate called for 'Monday evening at the
always for
by the fire company Is ap- < hI'D "( '. run night, where the and received In most Instances an over-
Ick courthouse drew record break-
> and the sad. The a
,UII''' floral offerings attested proximately 150, those found guilty carried 137,000.'greater New York City by tion to their being as wet and more Interment took place. The arrangement whelming count In that section.L. ing crowd from every section of F t,
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the turning. In a false alarm will largely Catholic In- population than were In of A. candU
lov% and esteem In which Only twice In forty years has New charge Btroup, Republican the county, and the courthouse
become ac- York
sufficient time to they had the soreness I
have Moulton
'Ioqcl and Kyle.-Jacksonville date for state treasurer, moveVl
filled\ before the speaking
oman was held by rela- of New York stats go DemocraticIn was
due
-, 110 i,-1 trends. The quainted with every variety to the depression the great Tlme -Uoon! Nor. 1. into ;second place of n, Hudson started. Speakers of the evening:
Interment a national election and one of fl
' 'In N,, grass and weed found on oar fabric Industry to stir their resentment Mr. Stevenson has resided in Burr, of the Democratic t
I w River cemetery De- these times when the Roosevelt. one candidates were Messrs.. D. E. Kn'ght! J, L. .

't r ,f'>nes, mortician, had !streets. Taft split l let In Woodrow Wilson ministration against: the Republican' ad. this section for many years purchasing when 324 precincts reported Frazee. 1A.. Green and E. M.

'!tp ,",' I"i'" arrangements. Mrs. Luther Pinhlster. Mrs Sam teat ManK-l / what was known as the 12,261 vote for the Republican Johns. This meeting and the one .

\ttt.ftlnz\! ,, the funeral from out Tillls of St. Petersburg; Mr. and So the real 1 marvel l. that Smith ,, didate The and future the of the defeated that can Rifling pecan farm In the northwestern and 10,598 for Burr L. of last Thursday night, at which ti

t tow,:' "re: Mr. and Mrs. Wllt Mrs. f. C. demons Mrs. Leah should have won the city by about one will course follow the successful !- I part of the county. This V. Knott, the other Democrat, time the voters were addressed by

['/Pit' '', r, of Miami; Mrs. A demon, of Miami; 11111IFree 450,000, and only lost the state by the absorbing questions as presidentare he had built up until it was the however, held a comfortable lead Judge: A. V Long/ and Hon. Robt.

;'tn. '. and two children. Mrs. Wynn; of Dunnell; Mr. and Mrs. L. approximately 190.000( In the fact now.TillCflT largest Id the county and was look- of 21.483: votes. W. Davis of Gainesville were the 'fi

1, AI.' inder+ Mr. and fed' after personally by Mr. Steven- With nearly half the precincts In l I' ..gatheringsheld
, and son, Mr. and A. Wynn and daughters. of this intensive campaign against two rgefft political
Jrw ?I Plaholster and four Mrs. L. J. Wynn of Hampton him, tint on the Issue of prosper I COfKT IX HKHSro.VCircuit : I I lion He- spent the summer in the Fourth congrevslgnal district I In Bradford county in years.

,,"::1'. and Wrs- Lee Harrell. Mrs. E. E. Baxter, of Brooker; T. ity and second ov that of religious Pittsburgh with his parents and completed. Ruth Bryan Owen had Both audience applauded the

nn n ',re' S. APlnholster., E. Sullivan, of Claxton. Ga.; Mrs. and social prejudice. ha court for Bradford'fOUn. .had only'recently returned. While 25.487 votes compared with 14.-. speakers frequently, and, to these
a ty < been In session this week { there' he lied!
CraJey Davis Mr*. George W. S. Lane, of Ludowlcl. Ga.; Mrs. That he should hare lost when with the ; I suffered from bis. 083 for William C. Lawson Re- meetings and thosesheld-over the f.
of
exception part heart and'hd
. .10p"ie 1 Saucer: Mr. and Mrs. S. 3. Brewton, of Blackshear, Ga. the rest of the Democratic ticket, day to give voters a of'Tue..1'I went to Jacksonville I publican. county by speakers'from the All. ll j1
on the day of his death to enter a In the First
Ward district
congressional
and headed Democratic club Bradford.
relatives In
Carl Ward, all of Also many other by i'raakUAlIto-.vtlt won to the ,
polls.
ltoeville: Mr. Mae Saucer aDd friends attended the funeral service Is In the opinion of thl& writer the day sessions Minutes of the four-( hospital for' treatment. The end Herbert J. Drane. the Democratic given the credit of keeping Bradford 1
were not > '
av an.llabI..C
"Ihacer, of of the camshortlyafter he was admit- Incumbent led his oppon.ntIAbner in the Democratic col
Baldwin{ ; Mr. and -. measure potency *f the on- publlcaton: at Thursday county
noon. ''ted.'
Brown, by 18.159 to umn.iJr y, ?

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III PAGE TWO BRADFORD COUNTY T1:LECn.1P11, STATURE FLORIDA nun.\\. \ .'. ..
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happy. But the Railroaders r- The M dc;;; "Eve" Has Made the Serpent Repay Ills associat. J
mlcan '
ili I tightened down and Dave had to big hI'' 6

I \ I, punt, putting the enemy on their I JI""_".. 1o > R. Mehihof i \ ; Ia
partment "'
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of
yard stripe. I
twenty
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BRADFORDU The Wildwood offense got to .. ..'. Florida. urn! i
clicking then and though It was sonvllle. s, '' .1 la

slow it was steady but soon after will be Joe ; 'h

the second quarter the Tornadoes Arrangeinwith i,
High School Journal again to refuse to budge,; and took Watson Irh..

the ball over at mldfleld. It took tors of Jazz t,', "rll

four men to stop Struth on an end Entries shout I d; :11\
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run that followed l, and a moment Smith care I tit,

later Dave Moore picked up twelve tor of Intern !
J yards around left tackle and on a I building JIK h l L\'I.. I
tiTRONG A\IMWOOI) ELEVEN: out to be a flop. Moore as chief Ellis s
pretty fake play, but a cloud pass general i :
1IKL.1) TO 4I1'() O WIN 1IYFIGHTING rhunker, was swarmed upon by a Box t.
10KV1(} ed over, In the form of a fifteen f 382. Jo K ,.
flock of Wildwood forwards on the yard penalty for backfield In motion --.- CAANANAA I

first attempt. Cox made up for Dave punted once more and .
f.
Bill Duncan)
(By 91114NS1Ull's
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it with first down around left epd the enemy found herself again on : (:
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Are they yellow? They are not. her twenty yard line.A CITI'Clio
and eight more yards later on the .
? They (can and they moment later another penalty 'a &; ; a v' ,I'" ,llas
Can they fight same kind of play, but a pass to ;e { :
do. They are lradford's own, Walnwrlght was no good and two put them ntlll farther back, but the NAANNAANAN/111/

these Purple Tornadoes and we'reproud to Raymond failed one by inches. woodsmen warmed up then and C"'fr Those who.1, .
this time didn't stop until they 1 = o > i d, ,n'
of them. Wildwood took the ball on downs, I Ing exercise del
Maybe they did not beat Wild- just fifteen yards from a Tornado had their touchdown. A steady were: Mr u 1 \ I t \ i'riiH !I I
anti'\ ,
wood but they went down with touchdown. march to the thirty yard line was Mrs Brov

colors flying before a heavier more Gerald Cox Bradford's smashing climaxed by Walters' runaway to Mr. and Della Mrs Th..1. .. ,1/1 '1"'1%;,
? [ i i
The for the extra kLbP iLTH
experienced stronger team. They crashing halfback was the the goal. try Mr. Newn \\ ,
fought hard and played their best. lasting threat. He was the hard. point was blocked as the half end- lard Varnes I. ..j 1 Mr Ms
'
Thais all anyone could ask est tackler of either team, one ed. C ) O 4 Waldo Satin mm'to !,. > ;timi
The fact that the score was Just stop probably preventing another The home team was out for Mrs. Wlllif .
blood In the last half and after M.I. .
forecasteda
C-0 when pre-game dope Wildwood touchdown. His 35 dren 'udt
Wildwood winning margin; of at run around left end in the first taking the kickoff deep in their visiting and Mrs i I' |I.,.,ur', t

)' least 25 points, tells on the prov- quarter was along with Walters own territory, were plowing thru '. noon. in MUM h.' ''Ia' al

erbial nut shell of the game our streak for touchdown, the longestrun midfield when another one of those Mr.
fifteen yard penalties came along Herbert 'I I .i ii
boys played. of the day. 't'
M. Wilson
from '
And that lone touchdown came The eleven Coarh Ray made pub- and Moore was forced to punt, : Itors here i'I' I ulax

short comings of lic different from the placing the Railroaders on their Sundu
in no particular Friday was '''.' .
"
.. ..." Mrs.
I too IIenrn! ,.,, .
line. They \
the locals "Whiz" Walters, speedy old order in more ways than one. twenty-five: yard .waw.w.. mwiw" the I ',
't little quarter back of the visitingteam's The boys played differently. The were penalized fifteen yards for + past week n' "i lur:
the
Illness .
back got !It largely: on his lineup was different. George Raymond holding and once more were In 01 i., ?
own hook. Just a few moments formerly quarterback, the shade of their own goal. An- Skins of Deadly Snakes graded tribes civilized man. adapting I' picked at random In New York shop Moody.Mr. .
/ to his uses the handsomely 1. Charming winter coat from Paris and Mrs '
own i ,
hard earned 'I' i ,
and pa- I..
half other painful
of the first a
before the close bobbed at left end and there
u ) up made of skins In .
n 20 reticulated skin of the alplna karung.ai alpine karung nat- visiting Mr and M i
Now Adorn N
pluggingaway rade followed including a long Milady.NEW "'I i ti
,
roaders were I
the Tail found his position. What a game the deadly snake Is known In ural tones. 3. Another smart winter Brooker
at the dogged Bradford defenders that boy played Friday! Formerly yard end run but eventually those India. Through him woman ha ele- coat from Paris In lighter color with. Suturdu .,\i'Mr. '<. .
.
',! on a rather monotonous the weakest point on the team. fighting Tornadoes got.the ball on YORK.-If that Serpent ever vated the serpent to a new sphere of heavy trimmed squirrel dyed alplna of and Mrs !Hum ,,,1!. Br,
'll march from their 10 to thirty yard left end Is now one of the strongest down on the Wildwood forty yard could be blamed for cajoling Eve Into usefulness and value and now It has karung skin throughout. 3. A chlo Lake Butler IV" \ .. (18( I

1 line when, like a bolt out of a thanks to Raymond. line. They lost ground on an un- tailing the forbidden fruit In the a commercial Incentive to combat the ensemble made exclusively of fine alpine parents Mr. mil MI.. II,I ITR1IN'

Plj lear sky, Walters scooted through His former post was taken over fortunate fumble, and Dave punt\ Garden of Eve he has surely paid crude superstitions which result In the karung skin from the mountain Brown Sunday
left tackle swept to the right of by Capt. David Moore, originallythe ed once more thus came about the dearly for It. Two million snakes deaths of over twenty thousand natives regions of India (alplna-alps) even .
pouncing on the are being taken out of India alone annually. Dame fashion la her the necktie Is"snakeskln. 4. A fall
the Bradford backs, and after fullback. Dave the team 'big break, Canova t si JEnru
ran ;
I from each year. Half a million more come search for the bizarre and the beau coat: seen recently In Paris, made of
Qt; cleverly eluding the safety man like a veteran. He used hIs head. mistrated pigskin; 35 yards from South America while thousands tiful has decreed: snake skin to adorn Kallmankaa Alplna snakeskin In natural Effective Jul toh' ;I..alai,
tampered on for some 65 or 70 In his position was Nookle Waln the goal. There followed that arrive here from remote corners of the milady's coat this winter. And cloak color. The garment Is light In run as follows,
yards and a touchdown. wrIght, playing his first game. desperate but unsuccessful passing globe. manufacturers have lost no time In weight but proof against the raw
Except for that play and during VTookle Is a natural football player attack, four rapid tosses being For from the heart of the jungles assembling smart "alplna karung" winds and chill days of early and No. I. Souihbi.HIM! 'J. 'al|

} the fast start they got off in the and promises to be a star of the messed up, Cox's two end runs and from the most aboriginal and de-, cloaks for the winter. Here are tourACNANINAAAi'AAAAAAAAAO late fall. Starke 10; 45 p m

i'' ? flrst quarter, the visitors spent first magnitude, in-as-much as he gained 18 yards, but the ball was No. 11, so mil In''ind! : jj j
'Mv their energies In their own territory hal! two more years to play. At lost on downs Just 15 yards; from Starke 11:23:
e HEV. n.\\'. IO )(ayEs: HIS : __ : a m
I"UHUU.IoiT.TJ'J
v thrIce backed up within a few half: besides Cox was Molded a tie score. KAIlt
complete a MUST riitrKij: T.IMC No S, Norlhh"'II"JI' .;
Wlldwoo'd failed to
and always -
goal
e yards of their own Struth an accurate passer and the
having trouble with the plucky huskIest player on the squad. pass themselves as the game end or TIII: YIAR: : HAMPTON The six day gold medal American Starke 62"; a m

scrappy lads before them. Where he onto played right tackle ed. Ml.. Ada Minim* tor.: e.. Poultry.Show which will be a No. 12, norilili.' n i Ii 'al

Wildwood had the ball the lar- was Jack I Edwards a new comer 'III'M.KTIV. I'1)L1CYINTIIOIt''El Rev a. P. Raymond pastor of ANAANANNNlNNl90AAMrs. feature of the Florida State }Fair Starke 3:06: p m

Kor part of the game but whenever I who promises to make K/'od. I*, the : ) the First Baptist church broughtto W. B, Alexander and November 22 to December 1, is No. 107 southImii. .. 'ed

the Tornadoes got hold of It, they to other herfhs old familiar faces the chapel exercises last Thurs- daughter, Wilma, attended the gaining entries in wholesale cuan-; Starke 1:20: p. m

gave the Uallroaders plenty were seen Including the truckload A complete bulletin board system day, an exceptionally fine talk, his titles and! promises to outdo the No. 109 noithl) in" ed
about But It was left to and Brownlee at church association at High Springson
trIo-Graham
worry adopted by the faculty 1927! show when 1,8'00 birds were Starke 5:44 m
r was first of thIs year to be given be- II p.
the final moments of the game to guards and Inman at center; Howard last week. Every classroom and < Tuesday and Wednesday.Mrs. on exhibition, according to W. C. Wannee Brun ti N eJ

produce the biggest scare. Moore left tackle and at right home room of the Junior and Senior i for the student body C. H. Harper was recentlya Smith, superintendent of the show. Starke 6:10: : a n, I
Capitalizing a. break with the end Nolan Canova. Nolan played Rev. Raymond's subject
HIgh schools now have two was visitor to Jacksonville Mr. Smith has ordered roops for rives 210:! : :', m.
,V able assistance of one "Big Boy"Canova football Friday. lIe was down sets of bulletins on their walls. "Building a House," and his talk Mrs. W. Herbert Hart of Starke 2,000 fowls prepared In the poultry 1'I : tf\u\
Tornadoes ,
end the
right of
/ and under
diving one
every record ; building and entries
to date
k One the deportment was given over to a comparison between --
, uncorked a fighting high, which Moore's punts and that was no spent Tuesday here the guest of
amount of demerIts indicate that additions haveto
-
makes public the the building of houses and! may
though marred by failure, will he mean accomplishment.The given dally to each and .also the building of characters. He Mrs. J. L, Cooke and Mrs. Minnie be made he said. The show Mount Dora N \ ere I
retained as a pleasant dream In tilt nothing extra as !Mt. Dora Hotel, \il/ [
was Is absentor Johns will open Monday November 26 i (
for the times each pupil stressed the necessity of using the ,
tire hearts of the Bradforditea. football games go What tickled tardy. The other bulletin an- best materials in our buildings, Mrs. G. ,y. Shaw and son, Harvey and will run through to the close plete new el1ulpm. "'
many days to come.A the attendance was the showing of and test gradesof of the fair, December 1.
nounces the dally thereby being prepared for all future ,
Starke punt was the offering the boys In contrast to the' Cedar of Detroit Mich., are visitingMrs The
every pupil in that particular time. poultry show will include I
I and hove Moore got off a good I Key game of a week ago. Wildwood class. Shaw's! mother Mrs. DannieChebser. two separate exhibitions the stale II

4 boot, of some thirty yards. A got off the big start, and fora Bola bulletins are change Jt'NH11t .\Cl U I SIJMOHHUill: A. P. A. meet and the state Rhode I !
Woodsmen feebly slapped at the while it looked like the same old illtl.H TMSII Best Fair Yet l
it dally and test grades of every. pu Mr. P. E. Griffin has been spend- Island Red meet, It Is being sponsored .
unwise act
ball and was After the kickoff
a very story. receiving;
,
by the
) clans. '" Jacksonville
that particular Poultry
in I
for Canova, as he had been all day, two. first downs carried them to pll The Senior victory ing several days with Mr. Donald
{ Bout bulletins are changed daily I High girls won a Association of which J, P. Morgan T\KI:! ,\ l 11.\r Oil UK I
'! was right on hand to another the Bradford's thirty yard line, but and ure thoroughly up to dute.Ilonlta of 29 to 2 over the Junior I'angborn of Keystone Heights.A la president. Other officers are: I

fumble. the Tornadoes made their rllt of girls on Thursday nfternoon. This i Hallowe'en marshmallow II. 13. Hunker, first vice president; COM II'?; 1'U'rllfFlorida
Being Stniko's first down 35 several flatfooted stands of the Springs" -Construction of .was the first basketball game play- roast and masquerade party was II. B. Lansden second vice president -

yards from the goal, and four day and got the ball' on downs. Ilonlta toad progressing rapidly. ed. and the prospects for the com enjoyed by the young people here ; ; W. C. Smith, secretary State

minutes to play, there was nothing After a few mediocre gains Cox Naples-State road between N \r ing season are very encouraging. last Wednesday night. It was held treasurer and Mrs. Olive Burnett

else to do but'-take to the air. This got off on his dazzling thirty five pies and Ilonlta_ Springs_ being. !sur I 'Sfootle," Andrews the star forward on the school grounds where I assistant secretary. /

they did, but every-flight turned. yard 1..end run. .and everybody was veyed.. of Senior high was up to her many grown-ups came over to view I To judge the poultry the services -I
-- usual\ standard, scoring 18 of the the pranks .and games of,the Hal- of Walter Burton'.of Arlington Fair

29 points. Estelle Kendrick and lowe'en ghosts and gobbljna. Texas have been obtained.

II r-I Another Liner to Vicit: !;?: Tri da Cunha Cf'v. I good Lena in BtlleRhepard'The' I center, while were Dora very I spent Mrs.Friday Weeks here Rood the of guest Alabama of her -.-- I If I \r .TU'KSOVMIH'

; : la.n Manning and Leah Struth the niece, Mrs. P. B. Hunt _.'.-*' .__

crackerjack guards held the junior Mr. and Mrs Walter Rennett f : lli |

.. girls to a two point score. and daughters. and Mrs. W f- 3 Ii OVe 22 Ik l

..' O, Bennett of Hawthorne and MissEarl !j j"j
A"IT". I OK tilKLS Barker of West Palm Reach i

If you can dress to make yourself were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. ''i DAY AM) NK.IIT(;

Wo' attractive J. I. Tucker last Friday evening Ii i VALUES J:

Yet not make pun's and curia Marvin and FlorrU Relle hint, ]I I, SOME: OF THEIRS
,,, your chief delight; of Louise, were visiting their aunt,

If strong you can and swim active and, row, be ternoon.Miss Ada Nimmo last Sunday af "i You Want i!'; FE.\TllmS


Hut of the gentler graces lost no Paul !Mast and family of Starke, II !
i iI
sight; have located In the Gould cottage I K"lr" '
Grcnleal ) f"'j
If can dance without a craze Florliln'x
you on Main street. !Mr Mast now has I
for dancing. charge of the General Service Ga. ,! II I tilWIlllX,

Care for the weak the friendlessand rage" luln-rnhN I',H,,,IH "' Hr" j jii
the old, Dr W. E. MIddleton of Starke, I I ,F II I II

<, o If you can master French and was a professional visitor here this I I II ,, r k*
1 Greek and Latin week. ,, """"
I II iur "i'.'. !M.IIntl.nri I
: $ \ '- : I
And not acquire as well a priggish The many friends of Miss Ada I
Troupe|
mien; Nimmo, are delighted to see her I I
,,,. rr: you can feel the touch of silk hack on the job again after an absence i: ;I Ij Florliln'n I"M""* "n.1" '"""

d : llt and saUnWithout from the postofflce due to (I"

desp'alng! calico and illness Miss Nimmo has been the j chose.
jeans; I Johnny J. J. .1..0
efficient postmistress for a numberof rq ,
t It you can ply a saw and use a "I'readrna' ,
and In 1'.1.
years was greatly missed I snusu1:
II
: I f % hammer. by the partons, who are now congratulating i I Mnlnl. I\m'n" l>" llr'|
'I Gold :
Can do a man's work when the her on her recovery. ,,I

.t: need occurs; Mr, and Mrs. W C. ParrIsh left ll Quality in the Tires I Shoo
.. It can sing when asked with- I You Buy """'
you We .
$ this week for Jacksonville. Mr. : sell Tiro Ilnn.l' r ,""""
i out excuse or stammer; ParrIsh had been in charge of the iJ I GOODYEAR ALL- I Il"'ln' """*"[

: ",: Can rlze above unfriendly snubs City Barber Shop, which is now WEATHER TREAD .. 1.1 Thrllim,

\. ; and slurs; being managed by Callls Manning.Mrs. I Tires-nothing: better at I state .larlrallnr, FrhlhlnKlddlra
If you can make good bread as Ovid liar
., Haynes has returned any Ptce:! hurt lint
'", .,' well as fudges' from Riverside hospital Jacksonville I ."
"*
: Can sew with skill and have an where she has been the past II A Right Prico Qua Pnnth-x .....11. pl I*

eye for dust; two weeks for treatment Her ity: Our prices for I Spare }'nr.' v."'...III""

1 >, If you can be a friend and holdno many friends wish her a complete GOODYEAR ALLI Jn.ll". nnle.ta

k grudges, and speedy recovery. WEATHER TREADSare 4-11 1tlN.'llaaap.rlnl .
; A itlrl who mall will love because e low-no more, and Fnn..,'- 0-.I.M.
they must: W.\TKRTOWVOMV: : tlrdna/.
<', often less, than you are HW-I. .
It[ sometimes you should meet and n.u: OCTOnni: 2H! -
asked I.
''I to pay for lesser Itemo.rt,mien "
lore another. Ham
f Y HATIVLeP or 7lrItTAN D* CYNAri1 0 ,. "\";:/ And'make a home with faith and Mrs. Fannie Denmark; 75 yearsof I quali'y tiret.Service : I du..nfl..nlll to,'hojl, F.hllOl"
N I \ j I
,, .. : : : peace enshrined. age, passed away October 28 that Serves sad perho
f-\"--&.1I...-A_has al w a ye b den th a 1 etc. t eengere and King George an4 queen 'hsmplonrhlp' I '"
And its soul loyal wife and at the home of her son-in-law and You That's I (
,peoples In Isolated communltlrs. but Mary of England to the 150 Inhabitants 1) you -a : our service ..
It Ia doubtful whether any place In and In 1939! the new Canadian mother- daughter !Mr. land Mrs. John -the best in, tov.-n. We I -

;iUle Western Hemisphere can comi Pacific 8. 8. "Duchess of Atholt."' J'ry4Er ,ao Mev c4NNm The place thas been developed Marks at Watertown, after an illness help you get'out of any I flanoti.' 11arhIM.) pldUl
,pare with the little island of TrIstan after having cruised among the Weat through the age, of two weeks. GOODYEAR Tire p..U.....0
(ida CUnha-the "farthest outaun Indlea and down the Eastern coast of world all'all'1l. for It 1* Ideally located And win the best that life can Deceased is survived by one frorr. you I ,.????.?. \ h''"
'entlnel of the British Empire"-tor South America. wlU visit Tristan for a a* a stopplng-off place for trans I have in store; brother, Bart Crawford of near buy us, all the long \ r, 1'1. IIhlpp" Ilonrd F l
complete isolation and detachment few hours to cheer, solace atlantic economical milearje built
bring and airplane should a regularair Glen St. I
: for Mary two
You'll be girl a model the sons, John YS"D:
from the rest of....the world. This supplies to the Islanders then steam service between South America my Denmark into it at the factory. 9 DIG D.\
'Island the largest of a amall sages- Watertown, and three .
group away to continue her South Amer- and Africa ever be established. The
''lying almost in the) middle of the ican-Africa Cruise which leaves New "Duchess of Atholf will call also a' A woman whom the world will bow daughters. Mrs. B. M. Crawfordof We'll prove these to you

leoutn Atlantic Ocean. on practically York January 32nd. 1939. for a voyage Rio de Janlero Buenos Alice Cape before. Fort Lauderdale Mrs. \V.V.. on the very first tire you NIGHTS
f". straight line from Buenos Alrei. la of 104 days. town and Durban. South Africa. with -Elizabeth Lincoln Otis. Br>lnnon of Okahumpka and !Mrs. buy f.cm us. Why not .
'off I the regular route of ocean-going Tristan da Cunha wa named after aide trip to Africa's Interior; Dar_- a Marks Watertown.. There are
t Vessel, and U rarely visited except a Portuguese admiral who discoveredIt Salaam Zanzibar. Mombasa, and end- Winter Haven-South Florida also 39! grandchildren and 24- start to Jay? FLORIDA ST \TEFAlljJacksont
by an occasional cruising liner. Last In 1900. Formal possession In the Ing with Egypt, the Mediterranean. Press Association held meeting great-grandchlldren.
year the Eroprea of Franca on her name of Great Britain was taken by Paris and London. Incidentally the here Intermentwas I itm-irs!' SKHVICK: I It
South Amerlca -Afrlca' Cruise touched troop from the transport "Falmouth"on "IJuchess of Atholl" U a 30.000-ton recently. at South Prong cemetery near HT.\T10N I 'ille
t at Tristan and landed supplies August 14. 1810. The Island may hip., the largest ever to reach Perry-Graham-Paige company Sanderson, on the 29th. Rev. I _

; and trinket a* guts from the p... one day: occupy a prominent place in Montreal. .... u--L..oI..... mill will here.establish 1160,000 hardwood Rhoden of Sanderson officiated at I gtarke, Florida J I

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.nt' ,"KHMIIO.:: ._ W ADFORDcorrTr TELEGRAPH. STARKK.! FLORIDA )'.\a,1_.. THRTi2C
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.- -.- -.--------' '''' .- -...! the hurricane. Tbe old plant was n t istcr Producer Finds Out What llt'NTINfl SKlSOVNOVi.MItiit I j her 1 to )\IIM' 'mbef 20. '
: : JJOTIIIN |
located In Porto Rico. The new I Cm i the old gun oiled and ready
Newt of Florida in Short Paragraph AM TOlTIIN: for the 1""I plant will be one of the largest of J.'heaierGocrd: ? : Supplies It ----- ----- --

Its kind In the state. ...__ n. ____. With tho Btato hilling season 1C,\\CK4A.AMUtlurAccompanied: ,.
,
.
'.. '> 'r .,
t; ';'; ; ', less than a month away, hunters
"" :
Tnrapa- -Preferring death to \' I ; ;
spending his declining days In a I Hhould procure the necessary licenses by the family, the "

Live State News I county poorhouse Frank MolTet, II L VJIr.f to avoid the confuslolu of body of Francis A. Andreu, 71, t '

65, a pioneer Tampan ended his .. last minute rushes.On 3065 Dlfrnan street, who died at ;,, ,'.,

1N life Thursday by drinking strych I most typo of game the hunt- his residence: Monday, following! apt'
nine. His body was found in a bed a long illness was taken Sunday ,
,Ing season Is from November "
Il TOLD BY OUR EXCHANGES at his home by Dr D. E.: Suxton 20 to morning by Seaxhnle funeral parlors "
late this afternoon Dr- Sexton I February 16, but there aro some to Lake Butler Fla., where :

had called to take Mr Moffet to exceptions The) season for hunting funeral services were hf'ldln Dekll i.
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t -- -- u t the county farm. The aged man migratory birds and buck deer cemetery, near there, Sunday afternoon ;.,
i -- Pauline Dowie Clearwater An expedition lay In bed, fully dressed except I JdtNIIBMNR at 2 o'clock. Th! Rev. S. "
onda !December 31st. for
Hunting
for his shoes, which he had removed A. Mundy pastor of the
drew thirty days equipped to Advent
study the
I lie uy marine life all kinds of game requires a license 1
A bottle containing a: Christian church, officiated
a !in! Monday because aid of the Florida reefs and keys, from ffii. f il and while these may be taken lie
lie small quantity of strychnIne was was laid to rust In the family lot l
Linn ', them in an Intox- the Marquesas to Biscayne\ bay, 'as found on a table at the bedside. at any time throughout theSfR'BOn with Masonic honors '
Arrangements -
well as along the'' it will be much better 1,
,.,M last night on the Florida West to were In charge ot'Sensholo
N Coast from the obtain them now.
Plnellas peninsulato
irrh. Services were Lake City---Georgia Marie Reg- 4w funeral parlors Jacksonville
) Cape Sable nag; limits for
will leave here one day are
i Nov. :
ister, 2 years, 2 months and 9 days Journal, Nov 3rd.
1 ,d.i the building at the 10 In a two-masted, shallow draft old,' the daughter and youngest; Huck deer 1 ; ifuail. 15 ; duck, 15 ; .

Id auxiliary schooner. Heading the child of !Mr. and Mrs. J, E. Register t'txtsofo f i ; ... squirrel, 15 ; turkey, 2; dove 25 ; Lake City-100.000 gallon steel 4
) 5p .. expedition will be Charles Lun- who live on the Sandlln placeon M .t I geese, 5 ; brant, G ; snipe 15 ; water tank will bo erected at local { 1

r ."rg-St. Petersburg gren, naturalist and collector of the Live Oak road, two miles aJ roots, 20 ; galllnnlen. 15 ; rails or water plant

base of museum specimens of Ozona, and from Lake City died at 11 o'clock 7 '7"1.... marsh hen, 15; rails and Rulltitules Fort Myers nida, opened l for ,
1 I in i in southern Henry G. Frampton amateur nat, Wednesday as a result, It Is -s In the aggregate; 25: During approximately $1,500 worth of Improvements -

i 1(G ,i /.eppelln; company, it uralist of St. Petersburg thought of falling Into a dipping !I "Qlv the public what It want and a simple well-told story In muaic, the season a hunter In allowed to Le County Fair ,
.
Lai' ii Thursday, when of- vat the day before. The child was you lay the real foundation upon and ha points to a long Hat of unqualified to kill only two buck doer, five Association buildings In Terry i

,,, 'iii erect hangars here West Palm neach-If any more ''I playing near the vat and* accident- ,whiCh the templo of success Is built success to bear out his contention turkey and 200 of any other kind Park r ,

dr an'1 the first of the storms strike this section, they. ally fell in. She swallowed some I for the theatrical producer"J. of birds.or animals. SaiHfiota-Apex Fisheries. Inc..
If will find J. Shubert. master theatrical pro First there was "Mnytlme.: strains There Is
! occupants or buildings no open season on woodduck capltullrod
I of the itMs at $10,000 chartered
in I believed
which will be liquid the vat, ;
hips executive
Is I ducer and chief of the Inrg- from which still ring In the hearts of ,
prepared. The city commission has commonly! called summer will orcabllwh wholesale
it December 1. The funeral was held at Bethel est and most powerful firm In the I those who have seen and heard It. and retail ,
just adopted, almost without I cemetery Thursday, with Rev. L, world of amusements, presents this I The success of "Maytlme: ," with its duck, and the following other fish market on Siesta key. "
lyde Wood and O.onvlcted change, the uniform building code II U. Sherman officiating ilmpla and apparently: obvious formula Sltfinund Romberg score, was sweep game: fox squirrel, doe or female West Palm lleurh .-- J Dykes along : r
rs'' in circuitk proposed for the state and drawnup S e e e : of success In the world of trmke- lug Following "Mnytlme" came such det>I', |l'ver yellow legs mill. all rim of Lake Okoechohee being repotted t

Ili on charges of rob- by the Bulld'ng'! ; Officials Conference Tallahasst'o-Thrl'ats to enjointhe believe.Mr 'tremendous successes as "Bloutoni Impnr oIl birds und lion-, nme birds ,

bank near here of Florida,, If the new law state from exercising its motor Sbubert has risen to the heights Time" "The Student Prince" and except.unprotected birds.ant Naples-Local farmer produces ,.
uion.
Jo enforced here, building In the because he has kept his anger con "Countess Marltca. The season' on tomato,
valued
crop at $150,000
sentenced to serve vehicle certificate of title law because | on.
On the This
atantly public pulse. Ila has season Mr. Shubert la scoringhis
future will be owls will also ha from, November 325 of I
virtually storm I acres) hind
'm the state prison I of un alleged infringement found out what tho theater-going! greatest artistic triumphs in "My
4 .i 'I luclge W T Harri- proof, proponents t declare.. on a patent declared to have been I I public want, and his long experIence Maryland" "The Red Robe," with 20 to February 1 Ii. On red or grey Miami- fesidem'e.< olllcn building l- d'
A motion for a obtained by an automobile abstract more than a quarter of a century: baa Walter Woolf in the leading role, and Cox the season Is from" September and !polo slubli of Hurvey S, l'l r
overruled. West Palm neach-C, Keen 24; and title company Washington fitted him to make the ,most of opportunities "White Lilacs." "My Maryland" is 1 to January 31, and fox can only l Firestone will bo enlarged l and Im-t f 4

of New Orleans was electrocuted hi contained in a letter received I to give the people an overflowing based upon the dramatic story: of' bo. taken.. with. dogs. from Septpm-, proved.. at. out of_ $43,000.. __ it
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sirs 13 E. Freeman here Thursday while working witha by Governor Martin Wednesday measure of the good things Barbara Frletchle during the Civil _.__'_.._._._'_- .._ ._ ._- .. _._.,_._._no.._. '.. til*
tm? they: want In the way: of entertain- War. "The Red Robe" Is the romance ----- -'--'- ----'-- I \
repair crew of the l Florida Power rom Cecil Snyder, who signed
restrained
( nid herself ment. of Richelieu's time. "White Lilacs.
mi? ,ti-i. from molesting and Light Company Doctors I himself as trustee of the organization An Innate love of music and beauty: now playing In New York, Is the love SAVE. THE ST RAW HERRI ES '

m, ii l Freeman, a grain and nurses worked with the line- ,- The communication advised Is as much a part of Mr. Shubert as story of Chopin with his glorious, h
1] Use
ibiallied the order yes- man more than three hours before i the governor the company considered bis physical makeup Itself. Ke Ii convinced music weaving together the drama of ; ,
w n \tit basis of charges that giving; up hope of saving his life. Itself damaged $2,000,000 by that what the publlo want is a beautiful romance. MYERS PNEUMATIC COMPRESSED s
'3\, '
.ir. ,uisued him recently and I Keen was one of several hundred use of the certificate law in Flor- --- i iI \
linemen brought Into the South Ida and other states. AIR SPRAYERDeWitt
vile names In public.csenurutl i
'I.'d 'urn' he Florida hurricane urea to aid In I steel cars are nearly all delivered dual order of tlila kind ever plac-
Ii, action he alleged I I
1:Id un' It" to his home to get his restoring electric. service.. Sarasota Everything Is nicelyset and when the big show starts forth ed. C. Jones
from Sarasota next season It will .
,'fleets! because she had at the winter quarters of the
,oval atoned to kill him If he did Winter HavenAnnouncementthat Rlngllng; Brothers and Barnum & be on all-steel rolling stock with West Palm noiich-Plana being HARDWARE i
a $60,000 grapefruit canning Bailey circus now and the work Is four bg: trains. The order for made for construction of new $1- .
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Pala ]laving selected Sebrlng factory to employ 1700 persons already moving along with _- -cars-was-- --the largest. Indlvi- 000,00 hotel on lake front here. .
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Itheir 1129 convention city andIs would be established here by January smoothness and precision. Firstof \

Minnie E. Neal of Jackson- I, was made here Thursdayby all among the "jobs" for the

l-as president for the twenty- Q. H. Wildman New York and winter season is the repainting of

Jmd ,consecutive term, membersthe Porto Rico canning expert. The all the wagons and rages of the big AJ '
| Woman's Christian Temper- new concern, to be called the Winter circus and this has begun. Duringthe rI
enroute Haven Canners, Inc., will take next several weeks the entire
Florida were
Minion\ ot
lie Thllr dny following the close the place of the one owned by Mr. equipment will be rejunlvated and uI

filieli ,mniial convention here Wildman, which was destroyed by made to glisten anew. The new I It r Tin
I \ ? No. It has held up very well." n

[lenin ,la Local officers and
tuLtJ i
; u1 u/ h .
"ber, Jt the ParentTeachers'l i JIYZuet be Pan-Am oil it toughen I've
l< are investigating re- I i run her farther than usual without '

'8 r. 'infection of free schoolks 11da ling/ of PcpuL ::3 a change," ,
Hiiiih is said to have been

] ovr>r..il. It is I! claimed to haven .

orotulhl: to light, and if there I

jfcuml any foundation for this 1 1ill "
Ion' 'hi V -T. A, members will \ !

jut molt a thorough fumigation M4eT .SJ
) I
JliooKs before they are dlstribut-! ,

t .

Orlando Frank Deas, 55, em- ill n "
l\ee Utilities ly ;
'it the Orlando .
immisHlon. was killed almost in- i's
+
inttj/ when the motor tractor heli \ I J 1 2 \ rm,

driving near the municipal

f port here Thursday turned over iSIM ,

[I ikwards The machine fell on
and crushed his chest. Ac- /

ding to witnesses Deas' machine I -"ri. I '

piled and when he opened the'ollne 4 '
intake the machine rear- J .

> up and fell backwards. He is ._ ; 'I

rvlved by his widow. JI 1I
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Dunnellon- -City mail delivery :

[vice began here Thursday withB. ? .
-
Henrlcksen, of Charleston, I'
|C as carrier. Three deliveries I

II I be made during the day, two ,,
| the business section and one in

p residential section. The fact 't
I e +t
lit Dunnellon Is located on two ;
roads the Atlantic Coast Line .

11,I 'hi Seaboard Air Line, was I r / U 1 nj

iponnihit (In great part for In- II
pllai,. i ir the new service. I
I II
& ; '
:
10 M N. Gist, of McIntosh, ; I

urned from a visit toi
I
State Fair at Savan-

.' 'nor Georgia fairs, where I
'(tljbnns on his wild

;ti (permits!! from, the gov<- IJ I II I

OUt for many years
illiiR! wild ducks and
-; ippcl.ilty of exhibiting

mil, Georgia; fairs. Ar- b .
'''>r entries In several rF 1D WARING 'j I erformance _
I
during the approachm ;


I'' .neach* --.-C. A. Out- Ta.IwAiY low F.lre'd My '1u' ta,':; -HI )to J:i i los; xc.U'ntul) 'K.t "tttff.At I II

"In' Tort Lauderdale Least So Inqu rinForeigner Knovr all about the song lie was II I speaks louder than words
ni here Saturday when interested! knowing how it was
South Lake Worth in- It written, and, trying to be nccomraoJatin -
I
2 Mng, despite efforts of :;, I cave him this yarn.

"" ,"rman to save him H. Told "The impression left on a blot Q PN qM
Him attempted to pull Gut- t'r usad by a worried yourg man I We know that Pan-Am test of a motor oil is the t
II with at a writing desk in the lobby ot
> by hooking him
: tt'' 'aught the drowned New York City.-Mush boar ono) ot the world's largest banks. I motor oil will stand up unwayitperformsinyourcar.. ,

'< O.. 'I'* and almost pulled him best goodwill ambassador. was the inspiration for this song, I 90 LIB der all driving conditionsThat is why
unU Fred Waring, band master: lc I explained. 4. : we urge every
n a high wave swept lute says so, and he ought to OonO ( r give smoother to Pan-Am
car car owner try
your
11 to the lake. The body know. Hight now he la playing at Cood Yarn t ,
.8 'HIi '"overed. the Ambaasadeurs in I'arK ills! "Th composer, Walter DonM, power and outlast any for himself. '1
.
exceeded only by
popularity is son, waj making out a check at "'
i ordinary oil. Fill the crankcase of your'
<1 The time lock, set Lindbergh's in that city. tho sam desk, and when the
< < missing cashlrr yield' *J find good) music can keep young: man rose the composer I 1t A For Pan-Am is a tougher car with Pan-Am motor oil ?'
doors to the vault at people in good humor, better than picked up the blotter, which the
t ,t Groveland at 11:30irsday ,' any other) device," he declares.' "I i yungman) had been using to blot / oil-refined with extra care today. All Pan-Am dealers
think if our bands never stopped his check Across' it in large I let- {
but no money time there never from pure paraffin-base have a chart showing the q
\ playing! in war ters were 'Say "Y** Today) It rM&
ak George C. White, state any dozens gof 1 have had was a new blotter and with the crudes correct grade to use in
"KT announced. "There peoples countriescome your
from) aid of a mirror as h* held it upside 0 O\V
'
v In the money chest," up and tell me that they canAmerica .down he read the sentence, OR. But after all, the real car '
11\1' declared. lIe also now understand why is 'You said you'd) say yes soon
''J letetrs having a direct such: a happy prosperous) country why don't you?' DonaMson) liked
n' the case were located Show Interest the rhythm and then and there on 9

.11 H;' -ewer, the missing cash- ( questions foreigners have the spot wrote) the song He never
"The knew who the
young man was,
I :ht on) a warrant chargar asked and the interest shown in Pan merican Petroleum
< nor It she said yea, but he I is making c CorporationI
.' is amazing.here
of )3.000, White said, American music [ enough royalties out of the I-

1&tUt Ut the h he could not estimate < Everyone write our musle.wants #k night I song to>> forget everything else. ,..

"ninjr" has shortage would be. The I we was playing one of my favorite For days after I had told. thY t Alto distributors of KIP instcticittt, SEMDAC auto polish and SUPERLA candles I
u said that Hightower numbers, 'Sey "Yes" Today, and tale, tho banks and hotels ...n. .
I onA known to have taken at least \ Indian rajah came over after flooded with Indian servants egO

of the baD '*, fIlDda., \\l bad j finished.> and wanted U letting used blotters." 'f', .





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....\ .: .'Ot."I\ BRADFORD COUNTY TKLEGUAPn 8TARKK. FLORIDA FIURU' .
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--. bles were arranged were beautifully !-' IX hii::nORI.\\I: OFMILS. I friends and relatives; of ede.. .\ IIKMOCKATIC: ,

: I I decorated with orange cosmos. Kl'ljA; GKKKNMrs. : ceased left for New River cemetery TIMS-I ,
\
t I where Interment took place,,
l \ Eula Green 24, wife of Alachua Bradford, 1
Four high prizes were awarded, with DeWItt C. Jones, mortician.
I Col. )Floyd Green, of Lake Butle.', in charge houn Citrus, Collier ll
two to the tables of single people I .
passed away Wednesday, October Many beautiful floral offerings Dixie, Franklin, to
elJ .
and two to the married set. Mrs 24th at the Gill after .. '.
hospital a I
were sent by friends and relative I chrlst, Glades, Gulf ," t
I In man received an angel food cake few days Illness. of the deceased which showed the .

and !Miss' Margaret Long a card The deceased was the youngest i high esteem In which this youn: Hendry llernaudo

I Phone 29 table cover. Mr Edward Burns I daughter of Mr and Mrs. C. S. woman was held. Besides her par: I ferson l. Lafayette, Leon ,
j lloltzendorf, and to Starke Levy Madison Monroe, St. ,
came cuts, the deceased Is survived b y r
I was presented with a knife and I with her parents I Suwannee Taylor, Union \ i
several years ago her husband Col. Floyd Green, :" OP\,
HWTIOV: KOUKVOMHVH relatives. Mr. J. J. Truby was given a deck 'and since that time has spent most and four small daughters Carolyn kulla. i ''flr" t

VIAIIS WILL MIKT: : rv HT.UIKU I As the guests arrived they re- of cards. Low scores were held of her life in Starke. Collette Eula and Elizabeth, Final reports from t !I '"tl 1

it ---_ by Mrs L Wyman and Mr. J. S. Funeral services were held at One sister Mrs. B. F. Hall and two I named above may ".t'r
Hallowe'en
received and dolls
Starke will be hostess to Section caps Butler. Mrs. Wyman was awarded the home of her parents on Thurs brothers, B. C. and W. T. Holt alignment to the 1 I', ,I, e.

Four entertaining a delegation which lent a festive air to the oc- a card table cover and Mr. Butler { day morning October 25th with zendorf all of Starke. umn, as in several >: ''alh-

caalon. Games were played on the a deck of cards. Revs.' L. W. Klckliter and G. P. vote as reported Thur 'I""" It,
from eighteen clubs at an all day lawn and the large birthday cake The hostesses served a chicken Raymond of Starke, and S. S. I ('.\H)) "TJIAMS.S. close I : i

meeting on Friday. November 16' done In orange and black bearingthe / palad course at the close of the Proctor of Lake Butler. In charge. We desire to thank each and everyone to

The president and vice president required number of candles, evening. A nice sum o.t $37.00 A quartett composed ofIre.\ J. I who so kindly .assisted, us I KXKCUT1VK MEETING '" \' :
at large and Mrs. Williams centered a table in the living room, was realized for the organization. Shannon ,Butler Miss Blanche Al- during the sickness and death of RIVER ASSOCIATION ;:" mast

f vice president of Section Four where the color scheme. was carled derman and Messrs. L. G. and John our loved one also we appreciatethe

from the State Federation ol out In every detail. I SIKH. IIAYNKH JIOHTKSH Powell sang very beautifully two ma'ny beautiful floral offerings -An executive meeting of ,

Women's Clubs will be present at Marjorie and Lillian Stump Lillian hymns "Asleep in Jesus," and all of which have done much t o River Association W. M. U. .1 'pt...

this meeting as well as other visitors Sternberg, Eunice Cunova, Mrs. O. L, Haynes was hostess "Abide With Me." comfort us in ourhours of'sadness.Mr. held at the Starke Baptist I rlda,T

from all over the state. Martha end Billy Powell and Tay. Thursday afternoon to her bridge I After the funeral service the funeral and Mrs. C. S. Holzendorfarid Saturday afternoon. Nov. cod t

There will be a talented speaker lor Belcher assisted Mrs. Flynn club. cortege, accompanied by family. two-thirty p. m. It is e ] ... f"'
d both morning and evening sessions In looking after the pleasure of the < Sprays of coral vine Intermlngr, requested that all be ?, COlQh\

and lunch will be served at the children. Those present were: led with fern gracefully arrangedIn World Famed Champ 'Wins Honors For Home Towns Inez Abernathy.. I Irollll
noon hour. Tree planting will be Gloria Buford, Ida Lulu and baskets formed the decorationfor eleeu
Andrews the rooms where the players \VOODMKX: CTKC1.K l\m. \ (lit'
the subject given at one-thirty p. Marjorie Davis Jacqueline I ,, '
m. to which the public Is cordially Luther Powell Jr., Joseph spent the afternoon. ,\ + + omlue '

Invited A splendid program' l is Andrews, III, Rebecca Rooks, Mrs J. C. Robinson won high '. Ft / Grove No. 278 tarke' \ ,1 r be/or/
' promisedJjAWTKY. Doris Carleton La'Ktta Corpenlng and received a pair of silk hose. A r Circle will meet next | '", sI

Ralph Rhodes, Virginia Anderson, deck of cards went to Mrs J. W. ning Nov. 13th, at : \orlds b

: L.AOIKH; ENTERTAIN; Patsy Ruth Walnwrlght, Olin Andrews Jr., for second high c:4 ? N.r o'clock at the Masonic more h
: V. U. C. score q officers and members are ,, .,
White, Jr.. Leonard Smlth Nettle ( 1't '
1 I
(t.It Dowllng. Jimmy KlckllterJ Fred- The hostess served a chicken sal- c. be present. !

The W. T, Weeks Chapter, United die Wimberly, Rivers Hundley, ad course at the end of the pro- t W. Mrs Lena ;; ," ,

c Daughters of the Confederacy Comer Peek Perryman Leonard gressions. Publicity bUI

,l were entertained Wednesday afternoon Darby Peek, Clarice dill and Those playing were Mrs N. bi i.Tt i, i ,libel '.
J 1 NOTICE Y. WJA. \ : '] larlQ
Ie4 at Lawtey with Mesdames L. Charles." Those from Gainesvillewere Sternberg. Mrs. J. C. Robinson, r J
.t II. 11111 and W. L. Torode as hostesses. Buddy Gray Jimmy, Torrle Miss Mabel Welter, Mrs. N. D. .n'' I

N ii and Junior Eastmore.MXTH Walnwrlght, Mrs. W. M. Wainwright The regular monthly m Pi,
7
It The regular business session was Mrs. JV.. Andrews Jr., ho Young Women's Ae
held after which election of officers : ('ELl ItRATEN Mrs K. L. Biggs and Mrs. O. L. will be held at the home of urc8|
qti for new year was held. Miss IMIITIIOAY Beasley. Mrs, G. P. Raymond + > ro n '
i ning November 9th. f-0J|
N ; Ethel Irltlln was elected treasurer --- ,
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h, for the new year and Mrs. G. W The Stump home on) Walnut K.\TiilTAINH: AT WEINER: : Dinner will be served the mdw

Roberts of Lawtey director of the I street was the scene of a very enjoyable ROAST,. I ladles at six o'clock sharp, 8ml''

t C. of C.. all other officers being reel occasion last Friday after- members are especially erl, |bt,J
cted. I noon when Lillian Stump enter- Master Leslie Biggs was- host present and on time. :' ,, t m,{

Mesdames R. A. Weeks and W. tained her classmates of the A and to a number of his friends'Saturday I Mildred Gill i i, ,nata

iF L. Wall will entertain the chapterat II classes of the third grade the evening from six thirty to I frQ&a Chm. Publicity cold'I

i their meeting next month The occasion being the ninth anniver- eight at a weiner roast given at the I I II .' < \ 'I. la I

hostesses served delicious refreshments sary of her birth. home of his parents, Dr. and Mrs ,; Clitics AUXILIARY \ ; ; I it \

,l during the social hour. Many interesting games were N. L. Biggs, the occasion being his I mi' w I
The Intermediate G. A.'s
e) played on the lawn and dainty I tenth birthday anniversary. C) '..
l \ltlt I the home of
('Lt'IIt'c prizes. were awarded those who The young host was assisted In entertained at "
'
i JXTIUTAINKI': > 1'0uIIsel1or.Irs.. W. J. A
w entertaining his guests by his
k picked up the largest number of I !
;' .. I afternoon with 'i Ilse"
-- pecans and in this clever manner' mother, and those sharing Leslie'shospitality Monday ,
Members of the Twentieth Century the afternoon passed all to quickly I were: Lois, Richard member present. 'I I l

13' Card Club were entertained for the young folks. Delicious and Billy Long Marjorie and Lillian After the regular

( lust Wednesday evenhrby! Mr. refreshments of ice cream and cake I I Stump J.V.. Andrews III, sion the gifts brought by I >i mimuil lion ,

and Mrs. J. W Andrews Jr., at wan served the guests late In the Paul and Edward: Raymond. young ladles for a t (be !
their home on Madison street. hostess's II 4 I to be sent to Miss Margaret
afternoon by the little unl
.
,, The Halloween colors of Orange mother Mrs. Fred F. Slump I \V. :M. H. MC: :1'ING mond missionary In the

and black were used In the decorations I pine Islands were packed, and cosmos arranged in C'. H.: (iiviHHAI.LOWl'.n.Y: Circle No. One of the Baptist! d A.s'Y NS a. pretty scrap books : > I

vanes added color to I the living : I'AKTY Woman's Missionary Society with I the (I. A. colors of /green: .n
room where curd Mrs. J. M. Brownlee as leader will I also
tables and blue
were ,
were ar- June Pauntz 17-y.ar aI: i I .c.'Ht stroke expert ot the United ', u '
lunged, the tallies also being of a The Christian Endeavor of the I I|I meet Monday afternon at three- Amnlcnn diving star earn tmrk M.; : .s. Indoor and outdoor Central I this box, these books to bQ utpf
halloween design entertained, thirty o'clock at the home of Mrs :
Presbyterian Church free E-iiope l'Ioolle, was as antliiuiiribtlQ .- JA U low brnrd diving champion In the hospital I me j
'g A double deck of curds In leather at a Halloween Party Friday even- | P. M Barefoot It IH requests! I junior national blip school high Mrs. Epperson served crlcil+
CURe doe awarded to Mr. Nat Ing at the Klngsley Lake Cottage! i| that all members be present at this over her foreign triumph a> wee board champion and recent smasher I ments of sandwiches and sea
A T. Plmmoni of her home oi I of
town tlie
and 100-melcr
ion-yard breaststroke
meeting.II'RINIti"flitI.1N
, Stem berg as high( prize for men of Mr. and !Mrs. J. M. Mitchell. Bloomington: 1H.< An audience ot one records. chocolate. n tfi
while ;Mrs. O. L. Beasley as holderof The cottage was gay with Us decorations -- cheered a of for the I Jane .- ,, ic-Co |
I : : I..\1)1114: company) one ended her International activities ROLL ('.U.I, MKKlIVtt: ItIL.\
high for women received a of Halloween colors and .\r.\ii,HHV MIIT: : export monaaor of the Williams Oil- nt Arrnterdum but Mr. Simmons i l I" J
roiti) I.OIHI: P..t
{ beautiful quilted rose boudoir pillow throughout the evening many Interesting O-Matlc Heating/ Corporation enw to resumed his travels to visit William \
A pair of socks was given Mr. games and contests were It that on Ms world-glydling( tour ofOllOMatlc oil -.0Matlo'oil burner dealer
C. A. The Ladles Auxiliary of the : branch offices he should Bradford Lodge No. 35 F. ,
ra Knight us low prize for men enjoyed. throughout Europe where In addition I :nt
'v ( while Mrs. F. F. Stump received Late in the evening refreshments Presbyterian church met Tuesday reach Amsterdam in time to support to discussing the growing pcpu- M. will have a Roll Call I j + an embroidered pillow of sandwiches, pumpkin pie evening at I the home of Dr and Us home town's lone bonteotant/ In Inilty of the burner alroady used In next Monday evening, I H
8 Mrs. J. hl. Mitchell, with a good the Olymplu games i 80.000 homes, he also Introduced the 12th at seven-thirty o'clock
Mr. and Mrs. Andrews served the guests I ,
guests and With
cocotty-was attendance. the ligaments of one arm Dlat-O-Matlo burner, made for smaller
were: Mr. and Mrs. Nat Stern- which numbered about forty, the I After the program and! business tarn: a year ago. Jam Is an International home, and Ice-O-Matlc, the new members are expected to be Meow
berg, Mr. and hire (J. M. Inman favors being of a very attractive [ meeting the Sunshine slarioduy. She Is tho tanking I I William refrigerating machine. ent. Visitors welcome.P. .
1 ])1'. and Mrs. 10. L. Biggs, Mr. and Halloween design. I < Bugs were : M. Barefoot, W. ''turn
and
1 Mrs. O. I... Beast ey, Mr. and Mrs Those attending this affair from opened a good sum of money' J, M. Mitchell, '
was realized, after which Mrs. Geo. .
F. F. Stump Mr. and Mrs C A. Misses Amelia The
out of town were: Fashionable
II. Lowry, wife of the pastor was Figure As a rpsiilt of the generous B
Knight, Mrs S. L. I'IJt'k, 1IIKItfab- harper[ ) Addle !Mae Kaulerson :
received lie a member In this or i : men's of seed to the county +
el Weller and Joe J. Truby. Loran Jones and Cecil Simnm of '
ganization. Follc Daccball lowing storm conditions It '
i
Lake Butler and Jack Sale of Cur.vel,;
'IXKHIMTKM.: .; : I'llTim comes apparent that Martin !

IIHLT IID.ty Archer. .. ... ty will have a far larger '""

iti.Mrrr: : HKIIMJI: 4 of truck crops than ever
Master George }
his third birthday anniversary The St. Mark's Auxiliary of theKplHcopul Church Services /ginning: to get on their feet

Wednesday afternoon at the I: church gave n. benefit + 0 I the outlook for a prosperous '', ,
home of his parents Mr. at the son seems promising. In '
and Mrs bridge party Friday evening
)
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Oeorge,Flynn, when he Invited In I Woman's clubhouse. The auditorium ases, persons who have II

I a 'number. of little friends and and sun parlor where the la- planted are putting out t:
itisiYTiiti\\: :
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,1 sc lszszs se. .. J 1;.::::::::.::::: ttet :..g reap a rich harvest in a I' i I I '
(Rev Oeo. H. .
Lowry, pastor) months. '

, 10 a. m. Sunday school, J. 1\1. / $ '. .

Truby, supt. $;tZti \ According to the "Oldest .
11 a. m. morning worship, sermon tant' t the lakes and rivers :n3 r
0 by the pastor. creeks being filled to ,

WHEN YOUR CHANCE COMESWILL 0:30: p. m. Christian Endeavor. with _water this year means a _
7:30 p. m. Evening worship,
sermon by the pastor. -= -= =
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A cordial invitation to all our i

services extended to all.
YOU HE PKEPA'UEI[ TO ACT? .

IiII"TINTRev. r- CREEN'SSTOREi i

.' ( G. P. Raymond pastor.) i

How many times have you seen somebody else investa Sunday school at 10 a. m., J. F. 1 A H. GREEN, Prop.

Klokllter, Biipt. ,
Worship at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. FRESH MEATS FANCY GROCERIES
Comparatively small amount and reap rich rewards. iLQ : ,
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m.
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Our people are urged to bring Starke Florida

Are you always going toilet somebody else do it-or are extra. missionary offerings.B. .:.......... I ,

Y. P. U. at 0:30 i>. m. II
Sl")0
you going to do something worth while yourself? 7:30 Mid-week p. m. service Wednesday at : Pillsbury Plain Flour, 21 lbs. -

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lij j .3IKTIIOIUST: W. M. N. \ Threads of Gold Flour, self-rising

It usually takes money.! Prepare now for the opportunity -- i .
The W. 1\[. ..4. of the \Methodist S/J70ft
BLUE ROSE RICE 20 lbs. ___
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? church held thelrannual election
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that is sure to come. of officers! Monday afternoon.. The /)

following were elected for the en- I I MAXWELL{ HOUSE COFFEE, lb. 3Wi

suing year:

WE INVITE YOU. TO MAKE THIS BANK President-Mrs. J. II. Rltch, i CHARMER COFFEE, lb. ______ lOc
T Vice President-\Mrs. T. J. Grit ...
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fin. *
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1_''. YOUR DANK Treasurer-Miss Amelia Ray, Vim Milk, 6 cans _____________-_ -'
I Recording Secretary-Mrs. J. war -

W. White. What' next? Now fashion pulls' a g'oup of dcstgncrt In a style conferanco Vim Milk, tall, 3 cans _____,_____
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Corresponding SecretaryMrs.C. ;last one and goes to baseball to far hell: recently In Chicago. i --- i._ .. j**
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L. Peek.
row the curve tbs modern lezrinln I The smooth -out1 and 'in'
9 curves New Cane
Superintendent of Mission Study ; or the scientific Syrup, half gallon _-
pitcher are ;
BANK Just
OF STARKE figure I The greet Amrrlcai- the
i -Mrs. R. A. Weeks.Superintendent line we try to achieve in the new :- 1 --
Of
baa lot of :
game Inspired a things bt-
tapered
of Social Service waist which U so much the Pork Ham Roast Ib. ___ ____
per
-Mrs. L. A. Davis.Superintendent slciev home runs; and the new great vogue all over Europe and America. -
of !American figuro Is one of them according "Some of the curves of the plump -

s Miss Amelia Ray.Superintendent. Publicity. to the figure experts. 'figure stylish what we Wed to call the CHOPS, per lb.------ ?
stout' before the advent
A ROLL OF HONOR BANK of Supplies The new curve of the modern ladyof the modern foundation garment _of f

1Ir8."m.. Struth.Superintendent. fashion ara nothing new at ali- descrlbea just the bulge and sudden FRESH FISH, lb. ___ __.______7 J:

of Children's but just the old baseball curve ex curve of the famous baseball 'outdrop' 11 i < i i _
Work-Mrs. E. K. Perryman. I in figures,. and 'In-drop' curves. t
pressed according to
E. S. Matthews, Pres. R. J. Davis Cashier Superintendent of Juniors "The too-slim sllma.. the demode
-Ml.s I Kathryn Cunningham: who ha diagnosed Dapper-types
F. Struth. thousands of figures In the lost call In have what you might
baseball
I the fadeaway We\ 50c for Eggs
/ Committees were appointed and Fen years a* chIef designer for the with very little deviation from curve the are paying
Industrie
InoclaUd Apparel
final plans made for the coming straight line
I I Irhe slow baseball curv* t* the
"The fashionable
operetta to be
given at the school figure 'mixes -em
i i7SZ5241252525; auditorium! Nov. 23. ,line of the strictly modern femtniae up' with some slow, some feat, and
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1 ;","illIIlIIllIilllllllllllllliinur I IC ? .s2 sasYs rj guests of Mrs. McDowell's parents, I liELl: IN ..JAILi I AUMISTICI."i->:AY :1'IIOCRA1td I Palm City New Congregational -
-r--- Mr. and Mrs. John L'glow.r j -- ) church will!) be 'constructed here.
C c i Kelly Thomas, colored Is hell I The Armistice Day program wit'C I Orlando $250.ooo new municipal -
1{ ] Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Epperson, 'In the county jail on a charge; o:C be held In the auditorium of tin' airport opens In this city.
< Bits of g gI ]I and children, of Jacksonville spent attempting to kill members of hli!I Starke Woman's club next Sunday
JI Sunday in Starke with the for family with an axe some week.e November 11th at three o'clock
C:I mer's parents Sheriff and Mrs. 'V.IJ. ago. While in a drunken coiuii- p. m.
a Easy 'IOl'T g /I Epperson. tlon tie threatened and abused hit An appropriate program; has (CENT WORD .

q ,)-caConcerning. J" ..lCe II father and brother and threatened, been arranged by Mrs. n. I. Ames
/ I Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Blnkely and to wipe them out with an axe and and the Armistice Day address will
W' MV tlllttle j son, of Jacksonville, are escaped the officers who made an be given by Dr. George; II. Lowry. COLUMN +
Our People, Business and all night search for him when the of the local
Idea t upending the week in Starke with pastor Presbyterian tuft RENT-Furnished apartment # ,
ONEY := Progress of the County and Town. Mrs. Blakely's parents. Mr. and occurrence was reported to Sheriff church who Is a speaker of earnestness In town. J. F. Klckllter ,/
Ito p Mrs. W.V.. Balsden. Epperson. and eloquence. Dr. O. P. 8-3-tf, 0
,He was finally located at Ft. Raymond of the Baptist churchwill FOR RENT- -room ]louse: good 1.
= ...=. ur25252Z5, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Davis, who Meade and was arrested there on deliver the Invocation and '
aek&stile --------------------------- u "' I condition, on Madison street. R.A. .
w)<:milY: \VKAT1IKU: REPORT: J. D. Doyle, Jr., of Green Cove have been spending the past five request of Sheriff and placed In with the assistance of others the (;rflPII. 11-2-tf.
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p months In Santa Monica, Calif., the Bartow! Jail. Sheriff Eppersonwent program/< will be ably carried out. %
ate la'l'ed Date Max. Min. Prectp. Springs, was a week-end guest of have returned to Starke.. Mr. Da- to Bartow last week and The musical program Is under I I.OST-I1rown Jersey cow. dehorned '
' emaaa OWI Oct. 30 7-1 53 friends in Starke. vis Is an employee of the Brad- brought the negro back and lodged the capable direction of Mrs. D. E. supposed to have young calf '
Oct. 31 63 51 ford County Telegraph. him in jail where he Is now awaiting Knight, and will Include a vocal Reward See K. J.. Dowling,

Nov. 1 69 < 66 Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Alvarez, and trial before Judge Gardiner. solo by Mrs J. Shannon Under,, Starke 'll-2-2t. I
Nov. 2 72 61 Trace (children of Jacksoville, spent the Mr. and Mrs. Bloxliam Ward, I and a male quartette of several selection )FOR----- R)< -
apbIda. Nov. 3 8U H week-end In Starke with relatives. and little daughter, of San Antonio WILD WEST:" "HTl'KK: *, with Mrs. K. K. Perry- Furnished apart- -
.T Nov. 4 .71 '63' Texas, and Mr. and Mrs E. J. man as accompanist. A spec.lalln- meats or rpoms with fireplaceand

and Nov 5 79 49 Mrs. Hogan; Smith, and children, Ward, and little son, of Brooker, Two young men, apparently muttering vitiation Is extended to all the chic private bath. See Miss Ad-
pro I Nov, 6 81 .57 of Sampson City, spent Saturday were visitors to Starke Tuesday from. a 'heavy load of joy bodies members of the exchangeclub die Unladen 11-2-tf.

romlelacu i. afternoon In Starke with friends afternoon juice, passed by the courthouse girls and boys scout organizations / FOR SALJo-ShatLIDK. puileys,' '
Total rainfall ---- Monday evening In an automobileand American Red Cross Legion\ speed pulleys)! and hangers discarded -
lur Buying .! Col. Floyd Green was a business Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Yarborough a8 they sped north on the the various clubs, churches, and .t,1l rpmottellnic of our
Gef a KirtliM visitor to Lake Butler last Tues- are announcing the arrival of a highway one of them emptied his Ihe schoolchildren, and an earnest!' press room In A-l condition 4 r i "
slug -a.l- day.: daughter, born Monday, November pistol in the air. The car and oc- request that all citizens attend. .as and will be sold cheap. Telegraph !
befor Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Meade. '- 5th at the home of Mrs. Yar- cupanta escaped the officers, dodg- bedttlng the occasion. ( Starke Fin. tf.
off Starke, girl November 2nd. Thos. E. Oldham, of Jacksonville borough's mother Mrs. Eva ing on some of the side streets -----.-_----,

wer Enables !; .& Mr. and Mrs. 0'. T. Parrish, was attending to business in Fernandez with their lights out, but they !STAHKH IIAMKKT1IALL! : PLAY.KRS Seed Oats and Rye t t
---- were recognized and warrants have
I Starke, boy, November 3rd. Starke Tuesday afternoon.! ,:, :
I Mr and Mrs. L. A. Meade are been Issued for their arrest. They FOR
Mr. and SALEHustproof
i Mrs C. C Adams, New ---
ire River, girl, November Charlie\ E. Johns of Bald'wln" receiving congratulations over the will likely face both the mayor
7th. ; There will be a meeting of basketball Burt 90-Day and Fulg-
arrival of a daughter, Friday, No- and county judge on charges of ,
Mr. and was among the' visitors to Starke
Mrs. R. N. Johnson lovers and
players at the
Us to Sell vember 2nd.' The little miss has'disorderly conduct and discharging hum Oats Florida Rye
Tuesday. I
Graham, girt, November 5th. office of H. C. Wall, Monday nlsut,
been named Anseltne .Regina I firearms on a public highway
arms Mr. and ,Mrs. W. E. Yarborough, t Nov. 12th, 1938. at 7:30: 1'. m for and Abruzzi Rye.
t Starke, girl, November 5th. 1Irs.faurlre\ DeSha and little the purpose! of discussing and or Wholesale prices. Call
.:.. I son, and \Miss Reba Marshall, of ;StdrkeWoman's Club will holdttelrAgulai' TRM'OrXTY FKOKUATIO.VMKKTINU: :
e = ganlzlng Starke basketball team.1C '
pllag Goods Mr. B. F. Keutroe of.New River, Waldo, were visitors to Starke. Past l monthly meeting Wed. : : or write Seminole Seed
basketball
at a was a visitor to Starke )Monday. Thursday. nesday1, November the 14th,, 3:30: you urn a playerdo Company Gainesville
not fall to be present at this ,
reIRR.a, In the afternoon Every member. Held at Lawtey, Friday, Nov. 2, ,
fi attend. meeting as we want to get the Florida. 10-19-41.
'log Sanders Harvey was the guest Mr. and Mrs. Dale .Vanstckel, of la urged to at 2 p. in. team organized and practicing at
ot friends in Fernandlna ----.----
Sunday. Gainesville, waa weeK-end_ : guest' Song-Suwannee River.
5 lI lore Reason- of Mrs. Vansickel's parents, Sher- The residence of R. K. Clark on I Collect for Women !once. FOR SALE::50.000 collard plants :I ul

Ih( Miss Beatrice Bullen spent several Itt and Mrs.. W.. J. Epperson.Mr. North Walnut street Is nearing I Welcome address-Mrs. K. K.: New sugar refinery may be established $1.000 per, thousand. 0. W. An- ,
+ ,j days in Waldo last week. completion, the building having I Burney president Lawtey Club. in state' of Florida In drews, New Klver. It* '
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I considerable alterations ----- '
a 1 and Mrs. DeWitt C. Jones, undergone : Response President Mucclen-I near future. ;
Marcus F. Brown of Tampa, was and son Arthur Darby, of Gainesville and will be one of the attractive ny Club. I I.OSTBUlldt of four keys In
Ue Rate than a visitor to Starke Tuesday. spent Saturday afternoon in homes ou that street. Roll Call and Reports of Clubs, StuR1.tIt'w! Stuart city garage'recently ,,; leather folder, on streets t of ,
. 1 a Starke. by presidents or secretaries, ten dismantled by hurricane Starke. Return to this ollli-e. Re<- {
as Mrs. Ida Trieste of Waldo was The telephone exchange build. minute talks."American. In prornnH\ of rtl'onstl'uctlon. ward It*
a visitor to Starke Monday after' ing was given a coat of stucco last "
a Geo. A. Marcotte has returned! Homes, \Mrs. C. '

Store noon. home after spending several days: Week This building was built! recently A. Dutch, Starko."Vocational .._.._"_._.._,._.,-"-,._'-"_.._-'_.._-_._' ,._,._._.' ...:- tc: :
jy Drug 1 attending to'bnaiiess( \ interests in of concrete blocks! but the )Education": Airs j, .
ref Messrs. T.V.. and J. J. Markeyof West Palm Beach and Lake Worth. new exterior finish blocks but the Louis Hill, Lawtey.
Il -: Bro ker, were business visitorsto Its appearance Special Music-Lake Butler
Star e Wednesday afternoon. Call Johns, of Jacksonville, Club. YOUR BUSINESS
the County. spent Sunday in Starke at tho Little :Miss Freddie Wimberly, Ten minutes: talks
J. M. Edwards attended the home of h's parents., Mr. and Mrs.S. accompanied: by her grandmother Endowment Fund"..Mrs.\ G.
beun l "lorlda-Sewannee football game In R. Johns. Mrs. II. Wlmberly, of Highland, M. Inman, !Starke.' DESERVES THISC9URTESY
Jacksonville Saturday afternoon. --- has returned home after enjoyinga "Public ltare"-1\III1K Mawer\
11aTllI: Mrs. J. W. Edwards visit of several days with relatives Tallahassee

.1 sa Mesdames Waters and Sowell of have been recent guests of Mr. a.t Nichols, )Floiidu. "I tome Hygiene"-; .-.Mrs Matnes,
Jrooker, were shopliig In Starke and Mrs R. O. Daniels and ------- Special Mii.tlc-Starke Club.
:Saturday morning Josephine Edwards, of Plant Mra'l Among those (spending Saturday Address Mrs[ O. O. Williams I
s in Jacksonville were Mrs. O. W. sectional, \ vice president Green; I h IL a>,"'
have Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Ward, and Alderman and daughter, Miss
[e Special Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Hall, of Cove Springs/\
little son of Hrooker, were visitorsto Jacksonville were Sunday guests Blanche, and Mrs. W. II. Perkins Miscellaneous business. The whole attention of '
hanker
should he
Staike Friday afternoon. of Mrs. Hall's parents, Mr. and and daughter. Miss i Eunice: and Adjournment.i your
a !Mrs. L. S. Hulto. Mrs.; W. M .Wlmberly and Miss when
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bring business
yours you him problems
} Mrs. L. E. Mosely, and children S- Inez Abernathy, i i\Tii.: oi1 MtM.NAIt,111. your i4l
rices at all of the State Farm spent MondayIn Mrs. J. F. David and little! son, --- ----- / .1. :M.\IIKIY: .
Starke with relatives. cf Benneltsvllle S.-C., were In Arthur Williams has opened up

_._-.-- Starke last week visiting Mrs. Da his dining room at the Magliolla On Nov 2, 19211. at the home
r Mr. and Mrs. J. Shannon Butler vid's sister, Mrs. J. K, Corpenlng. hotel. The front of this building/ I of her son Mr. T. W. Markey, In A modern hank offers yen an ample personnel
have recently moved to the Hunt modeled with pressed brick! and Brooker, the soul! of Mrs. Sarah A. ;Rr
le !yes on Staples) I If houses on Walnut Street. R. J. Glover and D. W. Kelly, lilted with windows has been I Mnrkey took Its (flight. She was for deliberate consultation well versed i'

II ---- of the New River section, were turned Into an attractive dining! sixty-five years of age:; at the time in the
of
a _I Mesdames J. E.: CorpenlnK and business visitors! to Starke Mon room and Is being patronized by of her death. She was a native of many phases banking: and business

N. T Hitch were visitors to Jack- day. both local and transient people. I Georgia'! the daughter of John G? service. I ,
f Merchandise sonville last \Ved nesday. ---- and Lucretla Hitch of AV'ayne' 1
Mr. and Mrs.V.. P. Randall, of Nathan Prevott;: who has been a II county when! sho wait reared. 4
Mr. and Mrs\ Roy Edwards spent Tampa, were weekenduests of student of Brunrftolclc' Business For the past several years site You can talk with the right man to answer .
l Wednesday in Cltra with Mr. Mrs.: Randall's parents, Mr. and College, Brunswick, G I'., for the has made her home at or near I b'1'
and Mrs. Talmadge Dupree Mrs. J. M! Alvarez. past several months was a week- I Brooker. your specialized question Your business receives ; /
-------- of his parents, Mr. and I The visits and attentions
I end guest many
J. H. Lawrence of Keystone Mrs. P. K. Hunt of Hampton, Mrs. R. R. Prevatt. He now holds showered, upon her during her lust the quite, genuine counsel it deserves.Let I. ,; ,;
Heights was prominent visitorto was In Starke Tuesday afternoon a position as stenographer with tine I lllnesH, by her devoted friends and
Get Our Starke Monday. visiting her sister Mrs. P. J. Dar'en! Motor Co. of Darlen, Ga. neighbors, attest to the high esteem r
pays ? ----- Pearce. _. :: I In which she was held by all 1 t
II. A. Newsom proprietor of the Capl. and Mrs,Bloxham Ward who knew her. us help you solve juur business problem I 1

Royal Cafe was a business visitorto \Mr. and Mrs. '1>. H. Hannelly, and daughter, of San Antonio Tex- The funeral was held! at the 4 I ,
Jacksonville Thursday.Mr. and children of Lakeland were as, are enjoying a I several!! weeks Markey tam'ly cemetery near jI h
Prices First IJITC11ELL'S i i'j ... -.- week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. visit with relatives at Urooker. Broolcer, the services: being conducted p
and \Mrs J. Shannon Butler W. W. Ealsden. Capt. Ward was formerly commandant by Rev J. H. Kelley_a I
and little son; John spent Fri- }! of Jhet R. O. T. C. unit minister' of the Primitive Baptist
'j day with friends In Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Denmark and'kof .the university of Florida. faith The deceased was a faith- BRADFORD'COUNTY.BANK
------- Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Denmark of ful member of thin church since "
Mr. and Mrs. L. 'A. Wynn of St. Augustine, were Sunday guests', Mrs. Pearl Snyder,. and daughter ,early womanhood remaining faithful I
Hampton, were visitors to Starke of Mr. and Mrs W. W. Balsden.! Louise who have been spending until her death
> Tuesday. I several 'weeks in South Florida, She is survived by her husband, Bradford County's Financial Stronghold!
r Mrs. E. M. Rooks and three sons, I have returned to Starke and 'are Mr. J, J. Markey, four sons Col.! ,
Col. W. A. Dobson of Macclenny Murrah John James and Marvin: 'located with Mrs. Snyder's parents, J. M. Markey WnyeroHH. in., e ,
was! attending to business In 'and little daughter, Rebeccah, I Mr. and Mm. A. H. Green where Prof. O. H. Markey of Wlnston-
Starke Tuesday. ,spent Saturday shopping in Jack. they will remain for some time, Salem, N. C., T. W. Markey of STARKE, FLORIDA ,
sonville.. !Louise being enrolled in the Brad- Brooker, and M. tl. Markey of I t {i i"YIIII
-- -- ford High school Birmingham. Ala., also by two ,ay
I I Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Redgrave: ------- ,daughters, Mrs J, W. McKinney, ....___'_.'_.__._._n_'_._._.'_._._.____,_".
it with Flowers have been spending the past two William S, Blakely, of 'of Waycross Ga., and Mrs. It. A, _.-. .
RUG Say weeks In Petersburg, Virginia, sonville spent Thursday In Jack-I',Jordan, of Moble, Ala. ; / IARltlaamRaIIYIRIIgaaYRNNa1NaaIMWW44YpWIWYRAN p IIYUIYYIItlIWYYAlY4xYIRWaaa '! ,
STORE Flowers For All where Mr. Redgrave Is looking after and was accompalned home All the friends of the family, I 'i T
business Interests. little son Billy, Jr.,, who has I sympathize with the bereaved ones HAROLD C, WALL -r'r'HT.nIUO
Occasions spending several days with his I Igrandparents in their great loss I
Miss Grace Wood, member "of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. -- '
zh' ACOt.L sr ,- the Lawtey school faculty, spent '1Ial: t'.1RD OF THANKS: INSURANCE
Gertrude Godbey the week-end In Starke with her 5len..L-___ -' -'. _:-
Anderson parents. Mi. and Mrs. Arthur Mr. and Mrs. !L K. Mott and We wish to express our deep appreciation :. FLORIIl.t
!Wood. Misses, Irma Armstrongjind Helen to our many friend and .
Represents| the Iti-nt Lending Innnranrc Companies
r 1ARKE FLA. Moody, of Jacksonville, were I neighbor; who so nobly responded
Phone 39 Waldo Fla.YOU I Mrs.: L. wStrlc: and two among the out of town folks :In our recent bereavement KIRK, ACCIDENT, LIFE, AUTOMOBILE, BOND, LIABILITY .

'children of Wildwood, have spent tending the political rally at at-I H. J, J. Markey and family. ADJUSTMENTS M.\lE: PROMPTLY t '(
...... here
-- 4 several days recently with courthouse Monday evening. ---iLakeland..New --
-A Mrs. Strickland's parents, Mr.; and In Starke they were guests of Mr. $3,000,000 home 'I j ' !, n'liniiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiniiiiimiilliiilliiliii.i" ''':!!"" ''!!!!,!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!,! !!! fkl
of Brotherhood of Carpenters and .
Mrs. J. C. Manning. ------------ ------- -- -- -
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Joiners completed.
CAN GET; IN STARKE .
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Replacements for all kinds of of Tennessee, are located here for ___ n_' _.. ._ '- __,.__ ... b t
the winter with their soninlawand county used a total of :31'AUJ!' FOLKS fly J. K. Cor pen ing
wo eye glasses, Including spectacle daughter, Mr. and Mrs. N. S. 67,442 gallons of gasoline and 7- j
registered
frame, temples and screws. Jensen.Mr. :325 gallons of kerosene during the J SPf POP,010 WELL HE.vmAODA I WAS WONDEIZINa RELIABLE I
-- --- month of September, as compared THE 3TORK. MUST' HWEDROPPED BENT/
YOV WHAT HER
and fUnk Ilrpairln; j
Fine Watch and Mrs. R.: T. Osteen. A. with 81,299 and 7,18ft gallons, 8R tNG HY MEAN? STORK GOOOS i 1
also I J'nffravlnff.: B. Surrency, N. O. [ayes. Jr., O. respectively, for the month) of MArAtE OF .
raduate phar-. W. Barry, I. W. Plnholster, andL. September, as compared with 81- ? ME.cz.SOME SO/ ,
We have for sale Jewerly, R. Gainey ,of Brooker were vls- 299 and 7,1-6 gallons, respectively TOO nu St DISTANCE l (fr '1f ; i

watches, cut glass, silverware, Itora to Starke Monday. for the month of August, according I
---- to report Issued by the ., i4 GS 1
alarm clocks, eye glasses etc. Charles Darby, Gerald Middle- Inspection bureau of the depart- t

acists always "Starkr, Florida ton and Sammy Sternberg, of the ment of agriculture. Totals for ,I
PROMPT SERVICE AND I University of Florida, spent the the state were 15,836,865 for '4 I
week-end In Starke with home September and 16,170,247 for 1
SATISF.CTION.Wm. home folks. N August.
lad That our farmers are not Idle
to serve 9oil. ILIFFEJeweler Miss Carrie Uglow spent Sunday Is shown by the report of fertilizers:
J. afternoon* in Lake Butler where used In Bradford during September _1 .

and she attended the officers meeting, a total of 145 tons being con- To make mother and baby happier, to make f-e;;; Corpening's Drug Store #
University District of Christian sumed. -This amount compares
Endeavor: I very favorably with that used by and all the family's friends better pleased with .The Store"Starke
Service
Expert Watchmaker ,other counties of the state, with life, -.we cater to their wants with a multitude of '
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. McDowell, i the exception of the larger truck
Stark, Fla. everyday necessities that used to be luxuries.
and sons! and Dr. E. C. Seawrlght :crowing counties in the southern Fla.

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of Farm Experiences and Methods FoundTo I ,-PPACTICAL AUCTION BP*
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I I Copyright; 1928 by lloyle, Jr.

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c.I..OIt'I.1'o.IIHlUS4: : Green Feed Saves A great deal has been said and! written Hearts A, !K, 8, 5,3
about the importance of knowing' Clubs-A K
FIU'IT (illOW KK; MKITINJtalaesvllles : : : Q 7,6,4
Winter Feed Bills the rules and conventions of Bridge Diamonds2Spades7 :
Such of
knowledge undoubtedly is
( Fla.---Dr. Wilmon !prime importance| A proper understanding I
Newell dean of the College of Agriculture On Florida Farms !between partner of the con No score, rubber game. Z deals and n
director of the Experiment ventions of bidding and play makes obliged to choose between a club and a
letter Bridge and heart bid.
more pleasant relations -
Station and Agricultural Extension Gainesville Fla.--Many Florida
with one' partners: but every The general; rule or convention is
Division, and commission farmers who have stock to feed player should realize that there are that with a choice between a major
er of the State Plant Board left vlll find planting of oats, rye or exceptions to all rule. A recent bookon and minor suit, bid the major, but this
here laht week for Riverside Calif rape for winter pasturage a dc lr. Auction expresses the point very rule holds true only when both uits
} where he will deliver two addresses ble and profitable practice. Green well: are of equal length. If the minor ouiL e
early In November.At succulent feed Is of the ultmost "One aspiring to become an expert happens to be the longer, it should be
Invitation of 0. H.llecke player must remember this important bid first and the major. suit on the
the special Importance in the winter ration of t _
axiom-There is no ever nor never in second round. Such bidding should

State Department of Agriculture for best results with such animals "That is, no rule is too good to be I suit is longer or stronger and not to lanu'u eneui -- I It
t I' Dr Newell will speak at the an' as milk cows 'young growing 'broken when the proper occasion arises. support the major in preference, unless
nual meeting of the county horticultural stock and poultry, some form of The player who knows best when and he has much better holding in the s
{t commlsHloners of that succulence Is Indispensable. Low to dispense with a rule, knows major suit than In the minor. __1"-1 +' L14- b w +r wa

state on November 7. Ills| subject I best how to play the R.ime. But one 2's proper opening bid, therefore, J
'' Oats are more widely grown 'thing must never I he overlooked. The with the above hand is one club. A LMusta'r's nit71NUe
I r will be "Horticultural Inspection than Is rye for winter grazing, player must somewhere, somehow have bids one spade and Y, with a douhlo) \ he \
The next day be will address the though Home farmers who have learned the application of the rule he is stopper in the spade suit, should bij GYXM Snut' uIa cs fin
annual farmers' and fruit draw had experience with both prefer breaking before he attempts to break it.Vhen one no trump. D passes. 9au.
t, ers' convention on the subject of the latter. Rye Is the more hardy "\ the author uses the word Z should now bid two hearts to show

'' 1 "The Citrus Canker Menace." Moth and sustains less injury from "never"( please read 'hardly ever.' Do his partner his other suit and to indicate -
meetings will be at Riverside. hot hesitate to break any rule herein a two-suit holding. A passes and<<
In convention with his citrus heavy freezing. A. P. Spencer, of pet forth*/ :you see a good reason for Y is up against\ the rule that a "two- 1
the Agricultural Extension Division eying 10- but be sure your reason is suiter' always should be played at a _
Dr. will show
canker talk Newell pays the variety known ai Auruzzl better than the rule" suit. His hand, however, is not strong .
two-reel Inspection and eradication rye Is superior to those moat One of the conventions of bidding in either of his partner's suits and yer I .
work In "Florida as carried on popular, In the northern states for that usually should be followed is to i U very strong in spades and diamonds. I I ,c"i
', by the State Plant Hoard. Florida. Other strains of south- i bid the major suit, if you have one, in For that reason he should figure that .

I While In California, Dr. Newell cin-grown rye often listed as Preference to a no trump but the he has a better chance for game in no j rlcs rDw PLAAl / Jecaw T la p ra..all
will look Into a number of matters .ollov.inlt hand shows a justifiable de-. trump than at clubs or hearts. Y I .=
tft "Georgia rye" or "Florida rye, therefore r 1); 4 =
; cltru 'foR' 'e from this rule or convention: should hid two no trump. -1 1- 1-,
relating to plant quarantine,
are also among the most desirable icarts K, 10, 6 At no trump Y Z will score three odd
d u culture, etc and will confer with varieties! for Florida. Local seed Clubs10,3,2 dame and rubber. At clubs, four od l, A 1'Il.U'TUML Dl'TCH over the front porch the graceful i j commaticm-I i.'' ,
California oincluls on several ques- firms usually handle the southern- Diamonds-9, 8, 5,1 is possible and at hearts, three odd. COLON: lALTYPK, arches and small columns carry '11;

lions of. Interest and Importance in grown seed or varieties beat adapted Spades K, 8, 3 Thus it is apparent that Y's departure out the true spirit of the Dutch lIy.A lot with "i t'

both Florida and California He to our conditions, while those from the rule proves winning venture. ( By R. C. Hunter & Bro Archts., Colonial.In than ueveim n\ n" n
about Stick by your conventions but aloi relanJ'
will return to Gainesville whose fields of business are moreor :: A Y B : learn when to break them. When you New York.) addition to the four bedrooms to give thislinn' ". ', "r"upn" ,

November 20 less restricted to northern sec- : Z :: do, however, always have! a reason, This house combines an attractive and two baths of the second Complete ?, K'q. :'

III:4T:" TO I.IT: nr.vsMOl'IT:: tions may find other varieties more and a good one, for doing so. Dutch Colonial exterior witha floor there are two servant's rooms specifications 'tin ,,1-, '10UEIIdiior .

NATl'll.UJ/V popular.The Hearts-A, 9, 8, 7,5 most complete and livable floor and a bath on the third floor, no be obtained tin i QOOllna:
season for planting will Clubs -A, 3 Answer to Problem No. 3 'Plan arrangement.The plan of which is shown. This givesa from the buiirtiiu "

i d Gainesville, Fla.-It Is natural range through October and early Diamond*-A, I, 4 sweep of the main roof out I total of six bed rooms ample ac- to house H-A-IK>

4 for hens to moult and the best November. In the northern sec- Spades-A, J, 5 1earts-A'I'( 6,3 --

thing to do about It Is to let the tion of the state plantings may b should
one or one no 10, 7,2
i process take Its natural course. made at a somewhat earlier date :trump? Spades -J, 8,4 tural products and Industries similar thing of the past and the state of Florida will mean non bUll
Poultry keepers often write In ask- than would be advisable farther | In this case, the four aces make the Florida can settle down to the
I hasten South. The seed should be drill- ,no bid justifiable to the one' that created such of the will mean early ripening of (
ing what they can do to or trump especially as ... question of taking care
stimulate moult. ed upon well prepared soil at the '[the heart bid contains only one honor. : Y : I favorable comment at the Iowa many people coming here for the fruits and a general xoduj
of rate of about two bushels to the But don't let 100 aces influence you to : A B i State Fair this fall be northern
Replying to one these questions Z may placedIn winer months. Everyone returning visitors u" m> itater ''
or when a grain drill is not Ibid an unsound no trump rather than a : t
N. It. Mehrhof extension acre I from the. north and all
recently be broad- 'sound major suit, when the suit is sucha the Jacksonville terminal station election day Snow ,torn'
poultrymuti slate that the available. It may sown those folks who have been receiv-
/ cast and covered with a drag harrow strong one that game is a certainty.On Hearts- K for the edification and Infor- ern states Is usual l> 'xpected
late moulting birds are usually [ the other hand., don't bid a weak 9,7,4 ing letters from the north state
disc. Clubs-7, 6,2 mation of tourists, It is stated er on election dm mined |
or "
u tho most profitable ones, sincethey .major suit in preference to a sound no that Florida will entertain more
have laid a longer time. They Rye seeded upon good fertile trump especially when the hand con- Spades Diamonds- K-A 10, Q 7 J following a conference between J. people this year than ever before.It after-- --
usually take less time to moult soil should, under reasonably fav- llains! 100! aces All pass the no trump- A. McIntosh representative of Nathan is undoubtedly true that the -
orable conditions furnish good ''bid 1 and A opens the four of clubs No score rubber Z dealt bii!
also he says game. Mayo, commissioner of agriculture election this year has kept more
._-. grazing In from 80 to 100 days The play of this hand I is instructive one no trump and all passed. A openedthe I and Mayor John T. Aslop people In the north than ever be-
iNSI'i'"i'; ()It4Kl1'i: : ot.or1.0 after plant.'ng.: inlso, so should 1 be carefully noted. The five of spades Y played the four Jr. Visit our yard 6c{
fact that A (leads the four of fore.
clubs the
fry :\ : \' ".\S( EHl'H 1'KSTS The profits from the livestock B the nine and Z won the trick with 1
fourth best of his long; suit, and that the ten of spades. How should Z
Industry are derived very largely the deuce and trey of clubs are iu the the play of the hand? plan J, E. Coad, former secretary of The story sent out to the effect Buying Your lion
Gainesville: Fla. -Quarantine from the ability of farm animals, dummy hand, show that A has only Solution: Z should take four roundsof the Sarasota Chamber of Com- that the Florida Citrus Exchange
inspectors of the State Plant especially cattle, to turn cheap (four clubs. Therefore Z should win the diamonds, winning the third diamond merce is organizing a company In predicts the 1928! crop of oranges lal Work.
Hoard succeeded In intercepting roughage Into butter, beef, or oth- '[first club trick with the ace and set his trick in Y's hand with the king St. Petersburg for the manufac- grapefruit and tangerines will aggregate -
1' many plant pests being brought to er market products; and the greater 'heart suit. He can afford to lose one so that he can play the last diamond ture of matches. Mr. Coad has as- 17,782,000 boxes and that
this. country'' from Cuba by veterans the amount of pasturage and heart and three club tricks. He will and thus force discards. The importantsuit sociated with himself and others Polk county will produce and ship See ourdisplay and prj
lit ill score if the spade finesse is
game
and their families who attended other forage produced<< on the farm uuccessful. to find out about is the heart suit, Samuel Friede, president of the 5,588,000 boxes, coupled with the
for if Z takes
the recent reunion there.In the smaller will be the necessary 'j Played in this way, Y Z will make only will lose the game wrong but finesse also he not not United Match Company who has almost positive assurance of prices We deliver and er
one day the Inspectors were feed bill. Money saved Is money '''one club, four heart, three spade and even make his bid. may been engaged in the match busi- approximating those which prevailed

faced with 1,436 passengers who made. 'one diamond tricks or three odd, game A and U now have two set-up suits, ness for' twenty-five years. The last year, has caused a wave
y had with them 2,331 pieces of land rubber. Learn to count your tricks clubs and spades, so Z cannot permit new company will build a factoryat of good feeling to sweep over the ]}
fir baggage. From this lot 80 piecesof NK\V: : ItKMKDY:: : "'Ol' U and plan the play of the hand before either A or U to get the lead. On the St. Petersburg to be known as various Polk county communities The GamesviMemorial
play to the first trick. It will win '
FOR POCI..TUV MCKHere's you ten of diamonds B discards
,
material the
contraband plant were a spade Southern Safety Match Company
,I'ou many a game and rubber. and A a heart so Z decides that B must interested, says the Polk County
Much
taken from the ya .
passengers. There i* another case where con- have the Record.
of hearts. If holt'the
he also
I infested with good for the poultry- queen Co
of this material was ventions should be discarded. That a -- .
ten, Z cannot but if A has
scale Insects and fruit flies. One men. It la now claimed that paint- "two-euiter" always should be played the ten, then Z go game he Pectin which is used in large Cooler weather for the next few
can
a lot of five guavas contained 23 Ing the roosts with nicotine sulphate it a suit is one of the recognized convention catch B's queen go game as can quantities by Jelly manufacturers days Is predicted for Florida while ,

live maggots of the West Indian Is all that la necessary to get of the game; but sometimes A* a matter of fact, A held the ten throughout the country Is now extracted many other states will be experiencing Box 232 Gaines\\
fruit fly. rid of chicken lice. The Information there i i. a better bid, and the following and B the queen, so Z's fine play enabled from grapefruit peel and snows and much colder
A summary of the activities of comes from the California hand is a good illustration: him to make game on a hand this opens up a new Industry and weather due to blizzards sweeping
the Inspectors during the convention Monthly Bulletin for September, Heart-J, 6Club.J,9 that most layers would lose because I the marmelade from grapefruit

shows that they Inspected 8- 1928. they would finesse the heart toward juice factories can have an output
Diamonds -Q, J, 10, 8. 5 the
ace jack rather than first
,
906 pieces of baggage, belonging Following are exact words of Spades- K, 10, 6,4 discards and thus locate the queen.coat Ba, for their peel aside from the cand-
to 5,368 passenger A total of the California bulletin: "Now all on the lookout for such opportunities led orange and grapefruit peeling
311 pieces of contraband plant that Is necessary to do is to paint : Y : that Is now shipped to many
material were found and taken the roosts with nicotine ((40 per- : AD : hearts put in cans the juice putt I

from the passengers. cent nicotine sulphate) in full : Z i In the union. With grapefruitup

The Inspectors found It neces- strength, and presto the chicken In bottles and the peel used

eary to work day and night duringthe lice succumb to the nicotine fumesor for many purposes the Florida factories $ L 1.

days when the visitors were whatever It Is that emanates concentrates consist of a mash and Challenge of the Twelfth Roll." can use everything but the = uJ ,r

coming back from the reunion. from the nicotine on the roosts." scratch feed. The common meth. I a. II. Wilder of New York and baric and leaves on the trees. yet

If They work_ p_ side 1_>.V side! with the od of feeding Is to have large open Porto Rico announces the establishment Sarasota-Apex. Fisheries Inc.to .\
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customs olllcluls of the govern- of a canning factory In
hoppers in which the dry mash Is do business here with capital
ment, seeking: to protect the ogrlturul SENSE: I II Winter Haven that will employ
COMMON _
I HUlt.M. put. The birds lock of $10,000; plans In progress
Interests of Florida from the r Johnson can consume this I 1700 persons and that will cost .7- 1
By Spuds for erection of plant.
thousands of dangerous plant pests I I 'dry mash all day. Provide a non- 60000. The new concern to be ;

& tli'ut are ever seeking admittance :I wasting hopper and she that 1 known as the Winter Haven Cunntrs. in the recent storm and the plant

,ii to tho state.Florida. POSS1HLK TO OBTAIN be cleaned. Place the water faun-I I i ins, will take the place of will bo one of the largest. canneries f
CIUUATUK WINTUR KOORECORDS tain near a mash hopper. This I(he old factory that was destroyed )'of grapefruit In the state.
: AND PROFITS will Induce a greater mash con- 1-

Dairyn1cnBuiJding sumption. 1 Real ;

Up Herds Winter la the time when eggs The grain or scratch feed U fed Y comfort
are generally scarce and consequently either once or twice a day If
sell for a high price( The twice feed only a small amount in II

Gainesville: 'In.-The fact that hens have been laying heavily the morning and. the greater part BRADLEY'SFERTILIZERS t'hrcz
all
Florida farmers are becoming through the summer, and eggs at night. I for
more Interested In the fluent typeof have been cheaper. People who Adopt a feeding practice and

dairy cattle was again evidenced keep poultry could. obtain a. cons'dcrable follow It out with regularity. I
at the recent sale conducted amount more profit If ---.

y by J. C. Hunt Valdosta, (a, they could-get more eggs throughthe C'Ol'\'TIJoS: : HKfOVKK; : the most pleasing seat r-g

Thlity-four animals were offered winter months even If they got FAST K1MW FLOODMIAMI. "A A QUALITY"

; for sale and 13 of these were less through the summer. -- arrangement of any car
bought by people from Florida. It In possible to get more win-' Nov. 2-All communities YOU GET WHAT YOU WANT
These men represent six counties, ter eggs than are now being ob- except those in the flooded'' the world another rea.eon
,j Alachua Murlon Leon, !Madison tained In a large number of poul- area. around Lake Okeechobee when you want it-no delays in .

t; Cadsden, and Taylor. Every animal try flocks. Following are some where the land Is still under water filling orders for Bradley's. Prompt for the sweeping demand tor

,y purebred by Florida farmers points that should be considered have recovered rapidly from the delivery from local warehouse. Bigger -

t' was a purebred of excellent breed I In this connection. recent disaster of the hurricane yields earlier maturity of the New Buick! < *
t. tnl{. Pullets and hens to do their which ravaged towns In Browardf crops better quality. These are

A move Is under way at the pres- best, /should be comfortably house Palm Beach Okeechobee and adJoining not mere claims. They're actual !
out of to bring three carloads of ed. Provide plenty of ventilation counties to the north in facts. Bradley's are doing these There's ample room in Duick's aide frats

line Tennessee Jerseys some time but avoid drafts. Colds. and roup September, AI Shafer. director of things season after season. We have for three adults Comfort unparailcieJ
within the near future according are generally the result of birds disaster relief In the storm area, the facts :Y:
to it.
to Ha mil n Drown extension dairy being In poorly ventilated houses. said In an address given at the regIonal prove in the automobile: word! !

man. Mr. Brown and the county Cleanliness is absolutely essential conference of the American

agents of some of the Interested Have clean houses clean I led Cross in session here. J. W. White & Son G. W. Roberts

counties have already visited the birds clean feed and clean water. In the flooded sections around

;t .section of Tennessee where these Parasites, both external and Internal the lake emergency work Is stillbeing Dealers.

animals are and have made preliminary retard egg production. done as no permanent rehabilitation Starke Lawtey : Bk
arrangements for the sale. Provide Home form of green work is possible until ,
They will go to Duvul and West feed each day. It contains mineralsand the water receded. The necessityfor ,AutliorUc.1 ".\ .\ QUALITY Fetillzcr

Florida counties. vila mines. both of which, are immediate relief in disasters ":
,, Prospects are very bright for essential. Such feeds as kale, collards was stressed by the speaker. I WITH MASTERPIECE BODIES BY nsuxaI

building up the foundation herdsof rope sprouted oates, Bermuda Six counties Proward, Monroe,
Jerseys in the state, accordingto etc., are being used by poul- Martin, Okeechobee Palm Beach Look for thlVJPvX It U your '" t1 I II
Mr. Drown. The work of build- try raisers; and St. Lucie were represented at seal on the back: f &3-l guarantee f REGISTER MOTOR COUP

Ing up our dairy herds Is neces Oyster shell, charcoal, and grit the conference. Dr. Thomas E. of every bag NSPSgof quality

sarily slow, but excellent work la should be available In open hop- Green, director of the American .

being!: done along thla line now, pers. Red Cross speaking bureau, Washington Bw18 n-
1 Wb.a Bans "' ...::...n.. AM B.IUf BodellW
ration. The
t well balanced
1 Mr. Drown states. Feed a D. C., spoke on the "The



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iec Boys Way 1 I Ho For a Merry Christmas In the West Indies IJ I I2xJc :. Keystone.. Itelea l Ogden Heights, Cor. .IMl Monthly financial statement of !

Bradford county for the
month vtOctober.

; By Playing Jazz Tunes ....-- :......................i I 1028.Krnrrnl. I

1"1111"" .
I Mr. and !Mrs John J. Lawrence Hal. Sept. 1. I'JJH:. _201(1( .SI
UorclptH IiirliiK month ____ H07.ni
> iz..scro t l CARouVir arrived In this town Friday afternoon "' Warrant during.. month, 1SH7.66

Jer1'n having driven from Itendersonvllle Hill. Oct 1. I inss _1339.00 U
,; Kin ami Korfrllnre. Funs
N. C., where they have Bui. Hi-pt. 1. 1H2S. .__ ._ 724.1J :
r :
lltrepltH during month '
been spending: (he Hummer. With Warrants during nfnnth ___ OoT.83
H+tl. October l. lf SHKomi 116,88
Mr. and Mra. Lawrence were Mrs. .'.....
Hal. Sept.' 1, 11)28 ____ 7188.JT
Boyd, mother of Mrs. Lawrence KtvvlptH daring month 81.VR'r..nlll ..!)

and, sister 1Irll.Iary! Firestone \ ilurlnir month __ .
.. //.WN :, a llnl. K-t. 1. 1D2K.tltrlviilliirnl. ____u__ H8.86 i 1
Mr. ,Lnwrenre was the founder of i Fund '
: llnl. Sept. 1 I. 19US _h____? sin.27 '
F. ]Keystone Heights having come Inhere Itecptptn durliiK monlh __ 4&.73 fi
Warrant luring month .___ 286.10 1
some years ago, and being! Hal Oct. 1. litJH! h_ 119.10
*. ll
struck with the natural beauty of I Hal. Sept' \Vlti'.M I, I92S 1-rnnlnn_1224.74 .

-' ]It this section of )Florida, he at once Hvrvlpta dniliiK month __u_ 4V7S
? ba and be- I Warrants during month Rod.60
purchased & large acreage llnl. Oct. 1. 1928 ._ ___ 1003V!) .
gan the huge tusk of clearing the UiMBlMnillnit Fund

f J hills and out lie Hul. Sept' 1. 1928 ___un_ 22.42
laying a city.
; ? w llplliI!( 1 CJ Receipts during month _____.
continued. at tills task tor several \V'arrant* during month _.__
;. ( ,ty.ul'1. I yeur personally directing the work, Hal. 0.... I. 1 IfIZS 22.42
IliillrtlitC Feud
until his Interests were purchased\ Hal. Sept.' 1. IS28 7.88
+ l 11<*c>elpm diirliiir monthVnrnrntx _
by the present Lawrence Developing -
I II fun'i \ during month _
S I I Co., some thre years ago. \Keystone A "nli"Ortotmr 1 1028: .- .__-_ 7.54
II ( \ Heights will always stand ns of Florida A
M llrntlford County
I monument to Mr. John J. Law October, 1, 1928 f,
II rence. I hereby certify that the foregoing .
:
statement of the Receipts I and War-:
r Mr. and Mrs Harold R. I lousier nintH lMBur.1 HKiiltot Ihs funds of

I of Chicago, 111., arrived In Key- Hrnilford county' for tin month of
Oct 1 111211, In trim. and correct t<>
\ /, stone Height Monday afternoon, the beet of knowledge and belief.
t ; having left Chicago Saturday night; \I. W. ALnNlMAN, I r,
r I I Clerk of the Circuit Court
Semlnole. Mr. Hotiser la
k on the Hrmlfonl, county P

4 I 1 >taO assistant superintendent and general ; nlanche Merman, I>. C.

foreman of the Coach and Carl,1I a ljauh's: tlel'oll'r: 4

DHAL I Equipment Co., 24th and Wallace I| ,

streets Cchli'UKo. Mr. Mouser IM I Starke, 'Kla.. Nevrnlher: 1. 1028K.
S. nAYISsTax Collect..rHeport
the eon of -Mr. Jus. H. HotiHer of I It..1I I the ('lerk of Circuit

this place. Mr. and Mrs.\ Houser Court In for llrnrtfnrit County,
Florida, on account of TAxes a.I'd ......> p .
will spend three weeks In Florida for the war 11)27.!)
and expect to visit Miami and other ('ennty : 4 r
T.I bal. due Ul'l. I, 'ms .._. _2738.113
southern points while here. fly amt rollweU'cl. 27't: They .say In their estimation Florida To lial. due Nov I, IOU) .__ __ None I
rliulitrnl I 4
ranks first aa an Ideal honey Tn bal. due KEMP moon state. lly unit rnllwtvil __ ___ 273. 5 "
To bill. due. Nov t .. -_ None I,
mnZ, MeHnrs. Edwin Larson I). )K.PaiiKborn ,
I "" -0 .. .' head and llrldir lt'inrt
':! !ffi =[WtPbt Ef n I I Elam: OUHHOII, K. A. Tn lull linn. Oct. I. 11124 -- IH9IIA.R1
1f :pcA 7rlwN/S q" ;1)ANC"INO ON ) EcR.o !Kennedy and )K. Wulruth droveto !
sa'r,< ','Mthtvalkt 1Q 1 mail u-on| '". jWkiTb artHnvc. ; .*'_ofaH"hsdl\ !, Ki..'itl(9Uj I __ ___A ___ preen Cove Springs Monday.Mr. To hat\\.due lilt...Nov.'. rnnlon 1 1H2S Fund. Nona
Not ... the of stays brim) the sleet and deck deck and .
I long ago approach bltlng uuuru wii quolta ion To bill. due Oct. I I. 1II2H 273.Alt
the Christmas holidays meant family winds of our northern climate and nls, or Just loafs according to his or \Larson and Mr. Pangboru attended fly mill colleftvil 273.66

Supplants band and for school dances!! an'l I I re-unions round the hearthstone and sail from New York December 32: her mood. The evenings are beguiledby I the rounty conunslMHlonersetliiKi To bill. lux Nov. 1 1H2S I Nonat'fflinlr J
phone
for affairs off the campus," haasseits. : festive board at some big country 1928 for a 16-dny Joy-ride throughthe card parties or by dancing to the I Ihe oilier u meeting of the Hoh i.il
To bal. due Oi't. I. UliK __ 1141 .n9
:Washing as "This wholly new part. house or city place but nowadays the Caribbean Sea touching at the lilting strains of the ship's orchestra., school board. IIV Hint vollel'ted5471.,15)

Ciicf' Aid time occupation for musically inclined limited facilities of the city apart. principal ports. Including Havana. All the spirit of Christmas and the M1'/ W. Call mall, Mr. J. Kd-: To III)I. due Nov. I I. IH2H! Nona } '
students! has grown up ment and small country cottage make Port au Prince St. Pierre. Port of holiday season Is apparent and there i Total 1 Rnh-Mrkoul i

within the List( ten years, and has inch Jolly get-togethere increasingly Spain and other fascinating places on are even big old-fashioned English: wlu ].urKolI. Her. It. II. Weld, andMuyoe To bal.unit dus, iiolli'itcilTo irt., I. 102Mlly ___5457.5)6a1. 'fl 't
F. M. Wulrath! drove to IhiLand -
made a college( education possible difficult. It bas become necessary for the Spanish Main, the very names of log-flree to complete the holiday atmosphere but due Nov. 1. 19211 .-- Nona
for thousands of American boys. large families to find other means and which suggest romance. en route. Masquerade balls Saturday to attend the Stet- Total Mnh-Mrh....1 l lien..
veer ,y Restaurant' Medical students especially whose places In which to celebrate Yuletide Once New York Is left behind, the always popular In winter are an- $on, Southern football l Kiuno.Uev. Tn bill I line I...t. 1. 1II2H __ _2130.2O '

mid college regretful centers at long hours of laboratory work, and one of the most delightful alternatives lucky traveler on such a pleasure other attraction. The "DucheM" will inn! id re. It. 11. Weld and To Ily unit bill. duo pollerteil 1 ---.2110,50_ : NontiI. l

3,i_in sVuruiTe i- of earnest- leave very little time for earning Is a tropical cruise on an jaunt finds that the time speeds by make two other cruises to the West !Mrs (). H. Clark drovo to Green I.N.lr.m\ : u N. Clerk ,i,1
: eii; money, have seized upon this new ocean liner such as that afforded by for these cruises are well organized Indies, leaving New York January 10. buslcoiiiiecUd llv Illiinclia Alderman. P.1 (:. 1. '
..
|cc ri"> ".- 'irror: for dishwash- Covo Springs Thiirttday on .
< -- ---- ------ -- --
oppoitunity. the new Canadian Pacific 8. 8. and there Is "something doing" every 1030.: and February 11. both or 29 1 IS19iu'I'luF:111't'
u h< 'In their with the coming
: t pay way Urea ) '
"Duchess ot Bedford which will minute. One plays bridge, ebumen days duration. : : : ,
th h '0> may na well given Remuneraton: High Stale Fair at Jacksonville.Mr. .
___ _
c> eve' stain findinof "The demand for ---- -- and
great; O. L. Chandler
and Mrs
snappycollege :
_. ..... Starlet' Florida.HiA1d'D
hand. Thousands
) r at n mailing; it on their certain and high, and tin by "lie Iliiiird of County ('om-
I c'icd on dishwash- lob interferes less with c'ass! And First Typewriter Ever Made On Display In New York residence Nov 1st in the collage; mlKHlouerH) for Hrnilford County, r
of Mr. J. J. Itouner on Fast Lake- 1"lorlda lit Ihclr I oillce nt Hlark s
19 'ot+ .lit'UK: '' tab)" or ocd study time than other 1 ,
any part.
Vlorlila. o'rloi-k. i'a-I
until 10 Mnndny
mbsori'ntions; from view Drive, where they will remain
I'D! i time occupation."The ember a l 1921. and 'then 1 opened' for '
M I n iw scil through coil demand for college orchestras until spring.; Mr. Chandler Is the"pro" the: count:: ( met Ion; : r' an nilillllon, : ; tn

Unence( by playing in : has made the demand for co- [In charge of the I Keystone the iirexent" rounty Jail biilldliiir tb .. '. f '
I o built In, Hliirlio, Flcirldn., The ,t
I In, Ice tunes. And the 'prom-hon- 5 r U HelKhtH dolt Clan work Involved Include' the

anj) Paid Way ners," that army of flanper, ivhn fh Itev. It. B. U>ld la nursing a bud InK of nmteilhl mid Is bur n.furnlsh,4).. ) '
trcon from ono university t:> to conntruct.. and< complete. I 91-sw t' "'
1 y. the prom grouch I these ilnyn. Ho went out ilg
of .
-i i' University another arcnrdliiK to the plane and! Hpecltlcalion -
for *
are rPipops'Mp *
I f''u I. rays so, and he rreinjy lo the golf (course (he other day iltpnrecl by John !N.! I'lernon, "
many of the song hits! of tho 's w uQq Architect, (iHlncHvlile, Klorldu.Completn t
.1 < .iw' for he'paid his of solitaire
and golf
country x I" played a game : net. of plan mid Hieclflcatlonii | p
through the University by "This year tlia 'prfl"v'1op"' ( and wan badly liuuleii. 1 Enough, to will be rurnlxhed on' nppllnitjon ll.

if .>>and the, largest which row salaries da- went touting 'Yale Blues' whichore make iinyona! sore Accept .our I plan, must to the ho Architect afcoiiituinli'il: ; r'\'\Sly: a d"1'.for

of them brought) from Rnir-( sy II1llul hies llevpreiul. of fft.oo, one half of which I I
fc.i music :
:
worlJ. I ire: : :
land. The flapper army were so Mr. (:has. M. Wltiman watt In rcfuniled on return of plans amini
|- r, 'Mr new srm Stll'keIondn1'! where) ho went totriitiHUct by Ihn time" the con Irnrt Iff.
awn way throu"hn and durce that they wero ;iniatn'! 1tj li
: I business let nr within 5 days after' that th u.
1 h iv ")'" f'U* In the! colJe.roTHEHESSA : be bou"ht: in tliii cour.trv I Minn Sriivda5Ilouser: \ baa. re llbovo inelltloueil tlllli. the bidder r
luriifd from (Irveit Cove Springswlieru ; will forfeit the d'.l'.II.
-- 4 e S Pinch: bill rmiMt I Im ai-r"iii|>/anled bra
.. she went some wcokt ago on curtllled check for. 3 per cent, of

................... II.UIP.ns'i1I0ol.lIosnH/ a visit While t there .she acted us the amount of the bid Hiibmltted, I
drawn' to I the order of the' Iliniid/ of
o
ROLL. FOIt OCTOKKK MiibHlltulu In the school In place of County t'ommlMHlnnerH" fur liradfonlCounty .

: u teacher who Wilt Ill. Sliirkfi., h'loi'Ida. The MIICceHHful +

i Hull Closersette. Cor First grade: Martha Joyce Johns, Mr. and Mrs. l'. M. Wulrath and fiirnlnh a bidder bond, provided will be bv required' "a HuivtyNiinpnnv tit I' i +

)4.U,, )a.NVO..... Evelyn Cox, Margie Hall. Mrs\ F. K. Curr were visitors In ( iiuthorlxed, to ,du busl ness 1,
In the State of KlorMa Cur the full' I '
I' ,"",,<,", of Miami, Second grade: Myrtlce Hull, Jacksonville on Monday of last amount" of the <,,,...Irllcl. V + ,, e
week All bhlH "pullet. b" delivers to the I'
nhraand" relatives )Evelyn;; Moore.* Mitts Louise Pitts, I j Mr. and Mrs. I""'. M. WalrulhdruvJ f'leik of the (Ilimrd of Cmintv, ComrnlNHloiierH AI+ LC '
i for llraiirord t'y' at
In teacher I to Oulnesvlllo on Friday on Ito Couit Jluiimi I : .I In HI a:rite, :. rhlI".t..r ,

iTbim Sullivan; who is one Third grade; : Wllhort Hall. Miss business.GuestH. to the tlnui, rat."1'ItliI'i'SAL forth' nboye AND and / qr+ .'
Plainly "marked ;
l-ho ui-hera at Hampton Thelma Sullivan, teacher. at KoyHtnne Inn are Mr.J HIM 0V '1'111'lIPI'I'lo'l: :/ '1't'I'll ll / .

|.Bei'i'olnd +'
at Htarkn, Florlilu. .
Mr ind Mrs A. L. Sulll- Audrey Hall. I KVIIIIS and wife Ju'kHollvllleIr.! The Hoard. of County' CmnmlmdnnITH ,'

Sixth grade: Eleanor Harrison, and, 151\ hi. Fred 11. AIII"oll.llId Mr. ere l"rl"lrllr.II'u""ly. Florida rwterviH -

10'Jiine. Adkinson of Hamp- Edna Harrison Bessie Cloverset- f and Mrs A. J. Kllhley., \
>nt >Sunday here with her tle Carry Wynn Alfred lama, 1'eiiii. ; and Mrs. J. A, Cliadwlck TIIK\ "HOAItll OK COI'NTV1' f'OM-
.MIH.MIONIOHH: .FOIt 1111/. Iil"li| >
Mu; > Uuth and Hhoda Nettle Hersey, Jessie Mae Brennan Galnexville. ('()I'NTY. FI.OUII'A." t

M. E. Wynn. Mrs H. C. Thomas, J* FlGSTTVvrn/je/reve IilNO LATES'T MOo ,: 'fJaM'9T N MACSJIPIP D I --. Chalrnian. l.nl'I.H: II HILL I ,
I (Catherine Winter lIaven-COl1trlu.t awarded Altnxt II.V.) ALDEIMAN; x r
Weest of : Iampf teacher.
Clerk.'
''It +Hi. week-end here withJslns Seventh grade: Alta Hhame, NEW YORK:-The first typewriterever of another American Invention-the for national 1 und state advertising .Anhltect. JOII.V: K IM KltNO.V.llalrd : : t

i pisses Thelma and Thelma Moore, Annie Laura Tucker made, which made Its public I telephone-which made Its bow to,, 6'RR for )Florida, Citrus Growers J Hiillillnir.laliie ,
debut at the Philadelphia Centennialof the public at the same time and r Clearing House A Kochilloll.o'urt ''vUlu, Florldii., Iil I

Sulllvnl'ng Iho. Clyde Hersey.Okie Hlnson. Dor- 1878, i Is still In existence as part of I place. When Alexander Graham Bell r ) MyeraFort! Myers packIng t.:1:1i. .:IJJflJwtIlIt1WG1WWWmaJCnm aL L f i
| who Eighth grade:
were business the historical collection of the Rem 'demonstrated his device for project. house recently shipped Iff cars I > Qt0 t : G1IStlitpt< t7
to !l1I1 'ke Monday were A. othy Meade Catherine Hamm ington Band Business Service. Inc. Ing the voice an emperor stood by '

Iyann Mr and Mrs. W. A. Owelda Hall\, Louise Padgett. L. II. In New York. Near It, to show the his side and newspapers the world .JTYvI. grapefruit !from here. COFFINS & CASKETS ,
teacher. evolution of the typewriter is the over carried first elejr.,2.ViIL : '
Futch, page reports of thesv.nt. ; :
latest mcdel of MNDt a : 1)11(13 ItV Fl\.tf. DIY/tiltM] i and a Full LJn of
Remington typewriter .
Il M 'Ilfrlley) has returned I 'N

horn t nere after a few daysJark'"IP'lIIe ...........NNNGRAl1AL ..... efficiency.embodying the perfection of modern "The typewriter attracted. no little Sixty' days after ....t" hereof, on i Undertakers' Supplies \
curiosity but the sales
were negligible Inventor, C. Latham Sholes had Ms to-wlt; the 23nl day of. '
with relatives The original typewriter bears some and the principal revenue accruing misgivings and expressed the fear lilac I the undersigned. ,
[Ida (fit I m has recently had : I : resemblance to a sewing-machine. It to the makers, E Remington that the typewriter would provo i rator, of the Estate lit J. Nnv..mh..r'I'I I AUTOMOBILE HEARSE

turn Mr and Mrs. Fred Is a deluxe model ornamented with St Sons gun and sewing machine merely a passing fad, to be taken : rlwftuneil, will apply to' I Always fiend. Tt k.l ..rd..
up alilff < .. *n >
.. .... Iiee l A. larillnr, (
1 Punta Qorda.U. ................. inlaid mother-of-pearl flowers. It Is makers of Illon. N. Y, came from the and then discarded. of llra>lforil County, Klurlila anilprpHitnt I .I the ...... pr<.... Mverlaltentlon I ...

"IMI' U. M. Hersey had' Miss Delma Surrency spent the mounted on a stand with wrought- sale of specimen copies of typewritingat "Mark Twain was one of the first my vouchers and final.. '' t* Id.l ffr.nh ....*... t
Iron pedestals In a fount as such AilmlnlHtrntor, and 1"-1' KKCISTEKBU: : EMBALM
grape-vine pat. 35 cents each. The
!lUI typewriterwrote purchasers and users but he refusedto
Sunday; her broth. i iJal week-end with Miss Edna Williams tern and the carrier Is shifted for their approval and my illMrharicaThis '
iTiiie, Mr. Shepard' of Waldo. means of a foot treadle. by "The only capital letters. write personal letters on the type- Slut day of Suptemticr, IU28. I IH I DEWITT C. JONES
public could not understand writer because of the curiosity It
#
Jnn. "Iklns I !Mrs. C. Wentbrooka spent last "Its debut." said J. B. Summers of wby they should pay 1125 for a writIng cauaed and the necessity of answerIng I-. Jlutten 1 BTAKKE, FLA. ,
J& I <. who attended the mother Mrs.J Remington Rand Business Service Administrator of HMtule of J. W '4
her
week here with machine when a- steel pen could : a hundred and one questions regarding .
I'nterMinment at Hampton "prebented a marked contrast to that be purchased for a Even the Batten, deceased
penny. the machine.
Ileynolds. ... 9.21-Dt ll'46. 7tOCSCR7t7Ui12ftpgtf7f3dCRIIi: : : : WrJL7GlrffCt! :
Jeveni, were Miss( Louise Messrs. Eddie Wasdln, Lonnle -

|! ano n (Bill Hall and Miss Rollins and D. J. McCrae of Waldo, -- --
Hat after Crae, Messrs. Charle and Lamar much better than their baseball Ing after their ,
visitors here Saturday pleasure by !Mrs.

Re 'Moversettle was a were noon. Williams and D. J. McRae all of team or ours Is not as good as our Harrell and Misses Laura Newell : We can charge your
to lint Waldo and Tat Drown of Samp.. YES 8 HR t
hod IOlton Saturday. Mr. Roy Reynolds spent Sunday son. baseball team, for their school motored and Louise Caraway. The guests

Ndr. \1'' Galnesyllle F. H. McGullary, were here Rev with Dickson his mother.of Jacksonville a ternoon over and here defeated last Thursday our school af included, Misses. Pearle Clalney, STORAGE BATTERY In tI

: tree rt' und relatives here : filled his regular appointment at ..4..................... boya 234.We Lola Galney Kline. Barry, Florene
.
Sunday after + Ward, Iris/ Brown. Lucille Harrell,
| R the Christian church : BROOKER wish to ask every one to be
Crawford. Mildred Cone
'(Iberger and son, present at our church Josephine
Baptist
noon. the
Mi... ''....rIp. Chesser Starke
Lubedla
WiMa. was Oalncy Pinholster, Lor-
Hialness visitors to Mr. Tate Brown of Sampson 3rd Sunday of this month for the Smith's
( ena and Ozena Greene Sara Garage
: Kelley
visiting at the home of Mr. and ........................ Baptist convention given here. The PIa.I z
| and1 Cooper ot Jack- Mrs. A. O. Brown, Sunday after Brotherhood of Gainesville. Is going Oracle Roberta and Jewell .
Wiland, Mr. and Mrs. R. \V. Brannen and Conerly Genevlu Harrell, Avoy
'laltlng their par- noon. to be present the 3rd Snnday

Ir. alr'I'S' J, P. Dickinson Miss Estelle Wasdln of Waldo daughter, Pauline were visitors night, with the rest of the II. Y. Crawford Beulah Lewis, Clara =--:<5-- : ..:- sI

IOdl" attended church here last Sunday. here! last Thursday night. P. IT., and we wish the bouse to be Smith. :Messrs. Yeasts! A. Co I HO n.

\1 t John Hall and Mrs. E. J. King and daughter Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Gainey was well crowded. Aubrey Hazen, Clyde Cone Orval I ?

o. trke the home attending to business In Jackson Ward, Lewiston\ RUSH, Alph Hazen I
are visiting Novella, were visiting Ressle Arnold Colson young
any atlves here this of Mr. and Mrs. R. M.\ Johnson, ville last Tuesday son of M.... and Mrs. O. B. Colson Leland Lltchfleld, O. J. Mott Emery J. R. DAVIS & CO.

Sunday afternoon. Those from here attending to celebrated his seventeenth birth- Hazen J. B.. and Wilson Rues

A? '"yner of Ogchee Mr. and Mrs A. G. Brown and business in Starke last Mondaywere day anniversary Saturday night Laurie Mott an'd Roy Coleman.Mr. .

-: 1 her In Baldwin : Mr. L. R. Galney. S. M.\ Wilson Russ of Theressa
I HaltRoe; sister, Mrs. family spent Sunday with a party for a number of his INSURANCE'AGENCY ;
with relatives. Mott. A. B. Surrency J. L. Eu- friends. spent the week-end here with .

'palling' Is very lit Messrs.\ C. Westbrooki and I banks A. Ii. Crosby A. Conerly. I. The large folks played.many Interesting friends and relatives. ,

Sri; We all wish him James Reynolds of Daytona. spent W. Plnholster, Carol Adklna and games In the parlor. then Winter Garden. -New library
)
y n ryIngs Sunday here. Mrs. Westbrook re- ]Mac Hough. were Invited into the dining room building completed at this place. ESTABLISHED 1886 I '

turned home with her husband. Mr. Bill Surrency of the old The large birthday cake was cut Winter Garden-County will begin -

II f --Gulf Coast Among those attending B. Y. P. Bradford section was attendingto and the guests were served chicken construction: of Quarters Road : 1
I STARKE
A', !Iatlon night were: Misses 1 business here last Tuesday and FLA.
hot
t....:, will meet U. here Sunday chocolate and cake. past new Sllgh Packing house In
t :2-23. and Lucille Mc- The Lacrosse basketball team la Mr:. Colson I .
Edna William wa assisted In loplc- near future. ; i
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PAGR nIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY TKMXJRAFII. BTAitI E, FLORIDA HUH.\\ ,,
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Bradford County TelegraphEstablished I I From Other Pens 1 1I _


1877 I ._ A Thought for Armistice Day"When i ANDREWS

Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class Starke beat Plant City with the STOR1

Office at Starke, FloridaE.
I Matter at the Post first strawberry We had our first

S. Matthews ___ _______________Owner and PublisherJ. two weeks ago, not hot house you see the Stars and Stripes displayed, son, General

J. Robinson ______.__________________ Managing Editor plants elther.-Plant City Courier. stand up and take off your hat. Somebody may titter.It Merchant
-- -
--- Tula sign! was seen close to a is in the blood of some to deride all expression of I

SUBSCRIPTION KATE crossing In one of our Florida noble sentiment. You may blaspheme in the street and
1 counties "Go ahead and try It out I PHONE 131
:
Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance. with the engine We'll pick you stagger drunken in public places, and the by-standers

Advertising Hates on Application. up.-All.fo'iorida Motorist.o will not pay as' much attention to you; but if you should i STARKE, FLOR] n.\

-- --- get down on your knees and pray to Almighty God or
-
Now that Starke and Plant City
All over for another four years have both produced the first 1928 if you should stand bareheaded while a company of old The Presidential Election ha-: /i.cl. :>sei' and

o strawberry, It Is up to one or the soldiers marches by with flags to the breezes, some peo- are glad that the excitement is
other to produce the lint 1928 off. f tvlrII .
ple will think are showing
Going up in a plane i i.i perfectly safe. strawberry shortcake. Times- you
Union. "But don't you mind When Old Glory comes along, Campbell's Soups Chicken
Vegetable
II 11'
--- --- salute, and let them think what they please I When you .
Time to start thinking of oiling up the old gun. The tentative I. C. C rulingon I Tomato, can.. ___--_____.
L --0- strawberries which means a hear the band play 'Star Spangled Banner' while you

has. saving of nearly $20 per car will ,. are in a restaurant or hotel dining room, get up even if FLOUR-
"The Perfect llaby"-something every daddy be a happy news item to Plant
rise there and don't be ashamed of it
alone stand ,
you ; 6 Pounds
I;, -o City growers when It is finally ; self-rising _________
adopted.> City Courier. either!
You can't say Knott is not the next state treasurer. 12 pounds ----- -_-_______
---- -- "For of all the signs and symbols since the world __.
o P. E, n. In Tampa Tribune says I 21 Pounds _______________ _
began there is other so full'of meaning as the flag
none
that a small town Is one without
Change of reading matter will be good for the worst of us. talking pictures. 'Taint so. We of this country. That piece of red, white and blue bunt- I 1 Pillsbury Flour, 24 lbs. -----
$$1'I'
0- have seen some perfect picturesIn ing means five thousand years of struggle upward. It '' Pillsbury Flour, 12 Ibs. __
Swiped automobile because he had sore nearly every town In the state -
Tampa youth that can "talk the horns off a Billy is the full-grown flower of ages of fighting for liberty.It I'I'I '

It feet Gout."-Eustls Lake Region is the century: plant of human hope in bloom. I I Sungold Milk, small size .
0- ---ij--O; ---- .
"Your flag stands for humanity, for an equal oppor- i Sungold Milk tall
t remained in the democratic While on the subject of Scotch r. can -
Bradford county
: $l Anyway, jokes hero is one that Edgar ,J. tunity to all the sons of men. Of course we haven't ar- I Pet Milk, small ______
----
41j'i' i column. Phillips vouches for: Three friends rived that there
yet at goal ; are many injustices yet
---o = agreed to meet one night and put t Pet Milk, tall _, h____ _
us, senseless and cruel customs of the past
on a UtMo party, each one saying among many
+ Starke is building, repairing. painting and cleaning up he would bring something The still clinging to us, but the only hope of righting the I I Dime Brank Milk ________ -

with a vim / American appeared with a bottleof wrongs of men lie* in the feeling produced in our bos- I I Eagle Milk _______________
k' Scotch, the Jew with a corkscrew j
O '- and, the Scotchman brought eoma by the sight of that flag. i Pie Peaches, No. 2 size can

t' Heal estate. moves batter in, California! because of the kU brother -- Tarpon Springs Table Peaches No.
"Other flags mean a glorious past, this one a gOl'I) I 1 cans, 3 for
'
Leader.
earthquakes. .- l'p .. _,_____.n___. ious future. It is not so much* the flag of our fathers as I Oversea Sliced Pineapple, No. 2 cans

.. Phil AI'mstron' Is endeavoring it is the flag of our children and of all children's chil- Crushed Pineapples, No. 2
i Bradford lined up at the polls Tuesday and as was expected to make kissing more popular say- dren yet unborn. It is the flag of tomorrow. It is the CornedBecf; cansSunyold
Ing kissing will remove freckles. calf _
went Democratic. Don't know about the freckles, but signal of the "Good Times Coming" It-is not the flag i '

\ ,q--, kissing Is said to be mad on drug cf your kin:;it is the flag of yourself and of all your SU/lgGII'Trip g ___ '1.--___ __ _

; t t New report cards for the\ high school boys should havea store complexion!Starke Tele neighbors. .1 Lunch Tongue _u______ ___ __
graph. And that may have some-
'
a place for lip-stick marks. ._ thing to do with why a man loges "Don't be ashamed when you throat chokes and the Sliced dried Beef in Glass' _

0 Interest In kissing his wife after tears come, as you see it flying from the masts of our Oysters, can ________'___

; "Wife finds husband two days after his funeral" headline. they're nal-Herald.married.-Waypross Jour- ships on all the seas or floating from every flagstaff of B. & M.{ Fish Flakes Large cans

$ l I No escape for the poor married man --o- the Republic. You will never have a worthier emotion. Pork and Beans "American Beauty"Canned

o The report has been brought to Reverence it as you reverence the signature of the II I
us that the Dunnellon football Lima Beans, No. 2 cans
Times-Union asks: what has become of the old fashioned team was treated most royally Diety. .

,. Swiss bell ringers. They're wringing out Swiss cheeses upon their visit to Starke, where "Listen son! The band is playing the national an- !I I Gold Barn Sweet Corn, No.2 can
they met Bradford High team In Golden Bantam
Siveet Corn No 2
o I cdmLat on their home field The them 'The Star-Spansled Banner They have let loon i cans

Sunday is Armistice Day. Ten short years ago Sunday Starke boys, aside from being the Old Glory yonder. Stand up-and others will stand I' Enylish Ptas,2 cans No. 2 size for

t was a day of thanksgiving: and rejoicing. What is it to you have fairest had boys the with pleasure which of the playing boys: with you. No. 2 size Tomatoes _____

today? advanced them a sum of money for "This tribute to the flag is offered to the country in I No. 1 size Tomatoes h___ _

;$ o making the trip and entertained appeal to all men and women of all races, colors and i 'Kara Syrup, small size _
them with a delicious luncheon at I ,
One writer, taking up for the modern girl, says she I the noon hour. This treatment was tongue, that they may come understand-that our flag Staley's White Sryup Small sizeStaley's

'I' washes all her clothes. She do and it takes all of.five minutes very much appreciated by the Dun- is the symbol of liberty, and learn to love it.-Alvin
week. nellon boys, who will not forget I Owlsley, Past National Commander of the American 1-2 Gallon cans Syrup

every when the Starke boys make their I Leg an. Pure Cane Syrup, 1-2 gallonsPure
o return trip.Dunnellon Truth. i

, Gainesville Sun carried an account of a University stu- _0- Cane Syrup, gallons _
i It It's not stockings, it's knees. J
ff other Whose Brooms, Good Ones at ______ 59 and I
dent holding a perfect hand at bridge the night. These naughty editors. Listen! The -- --- -------------- ,

hand at what bridge? Florida Times-Union columnist Dill Pickles, Qt. Jars, clear _
00-- writes: "Lester George writes cribed thaI< big social faction given 'PhoBghattlt exports during the II Elgin
Mayonnaize and Relish small
'Cypress Knees' for the Greenville ,
the night before by one of the next three weeks
are expected to
November 10th to the 15th is the set aside the
period by Progress. Cypress knees may look Elgin
grand .ladles of. the town, qualifying reach a high tonnage mark for I Mayonnaize and Relish, large
I beautification committee to wield the rake and paint brush in nifty' in the swamps but the dim-
Starke. Do part. pled kind so often observed on the each sentence so as to put himself such a short period with the announcement Dried Peaches, large packages
.1 your street strike the eye more pleasantly safe on the question of libel. that 14 freighters anda Dried Apples
,package _____
H o- "
There is another distinction He saId': motorshlp are bound for Tampato

i Postmaster N. B. Hull, of Starke, is to be congratulated. that might be made. Cypress "A woman giving. tie name of load Dri-Pak Prunes, "Gold Barr"

His voting precinct is the only one in Bradford county to returns knees on are them.either Dimpled bare or knees have water are J be, G.one Jones of the;. who aocletleaders is: reported of to ... Sun Maid Kaisens, seeded or seedless

majority for the republican national ticket. also sometimes bare.-Orlando this section Is said to. have given Mince Meat __*._*-_________..._ _
o Sentinel. And some knees we've what purported to be m reception Franklin
Sugar Confectioners
seen needed water on them.- FLORIDATHEATRE ,
Insanity is being made the grounds for: defense in so yesterday afternoom.
Ocala Star. Franklin's
"It ia understood that a number Brvwn Sugar ___
,i, many murder trials that the jury should also be examined bya ---o- ''of I so-called guests, reported to be
sanity commission before being allowed to hear the evidence. Bob Holly claims that the kick ladles'noted in society circles were THE FIRST GREAT Quaker Sugar, 2 pound packages

o In a kiss la electricity. But thereIs present, and' some of! them are Quaker Sugar, pound packages .<"
In that state-
nothing shocking
quoted as saying they enjoyed the
a The fellow who has to write the descriptive articles following ment.-Times-Union. But where occasion."It Sound Picture"WING.S" -Pure Granulated Sugar, 17 pounds for _$$1

pictures of society dames and damsels in Sunday dailies does Why.Bob at her meter.T ohm.-Madlson-Apopka Chief.En is charged that tile firm of 20 Pounds Rice-for ______--- _$U

' must have a strong sense of humor and poor eyesight. terprise-Recorder. Watt's that?- Bower and Black furnUud the re- Sliced Breakfast Bacon Pound
I freshments and Stringham the alleged ,
t It's time for the
o Ocala Banner
Bradenton Herald says turkeys are cheaper this year, as circuit-breaker to drop before the "The music.hostess l 180 said to have Sliced Breakfast Bacon, sealed packages
reading public gets a shock.- worn a necklace of alleged pearls Gallant youth. Enthralling love, I Sliced Smoked Bacon pound
last year it required the turning in of a six cylinder sedan as a Bradford County Telegraph This soaring planes Thundering ,
which she declares was: given her pro'I'I
down payment, and this year you can almost get one outright. seems to have become the current by her husband" pellers Glorious Regular Hams, Pound ___ __
i1 for a four cylinder roadster. subject for discussion. Clay An hour after the paper appeared The sensation of the nation I i-M i i -_
County Times. Shows the powerof the editor howto combines aviation and romance I
quit figuring on GUN C.
T o In an SHELLS WE HAVE THEM: AND
the press on light repartee. get away from libel suits. He amazing spectacle. ,
Now that you have won, or lost, as the case might be, join Tarpon Spring Leader. began figuring on how to get away With SAVE YOU MONEY GET OTT PRICI

the progressive bunch of citizens who are building, repairing, -0- from town I ;
Senator Borah, Republican The 11:30 P. P.!. freight bound CLARA BEFORE
BOW BUYING. '
,$ remodeling, painting and clfaning-up and make neighborhood nine
your speaking In the senate years wont solved, the problem.-The ,
l a better one in which to live ago said: "Mr. Hoover, who violated Mueller Us:ort I riur.lrs Rogers 1tl li.uil 1 Ai-lc-ii",
the most fundamental principles ,_, --____ Lard Cans, Guaranteed _
-0 '
of the constitution this The IVIIcrMio WinsThe tSury Cooper l0
?
A medical authority men's pockets happy hunt- have much regard 'I Gallon Syrup Cans lots
says are country, will not : feller who wins is the feller case
ing grounds for influenza! and other germs and should be turned ,for a statute in Europe" Mr. Ro- that !goes Also I j Gallon Syrup Cans, less than case all

inside out and cleaned regularly. After that doc gets mar- malt this Is constitution now asking the violator voters at to put thelioad Ills(Or way rather an' don't all he tell thinks all he he knows, I 'Movie tons Talking News i 1-2 Gallon Syrup Cans, case lots $'

ried he will discover he had been bit of bY'the (
handing out a useless of our government" Less $
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knows,) And than
i Republican party.-Starke Tele 2 DELUXEUTAPKOE case lots ____ ____ _
information.
i \Vho'rnngstthe' weeds can find arose I
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back nine
graph. Aw. why go yearsto
-o--- score a hit on that windmill Who 'mongst the shadders can HAVE A CARLOAD OF SALT ( 'OMItiG1REAL I
We have met the enemy and they have gobbled us up. Dorah! You can find Democratic find the ghtv "n

The thing to do now is for all hands to work like thunder to enators considerably nearer than Who shuns the wronean' looks for SOON, AND CAN SAVE YOl
Borah who leas than nine weeks ACTS
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make the boasted republican prosperity a reality. Let's make before the primary were saying AI I[ ain't right.a.preachln'--that ain't my EY ON SALT.
the next four years the best in the liistory of Starke and Smith wouldn't do, but who nine style- MON., TUES., WED.

Bradford county. days after the Houston convention I'm suggestln'-if' taint! worth Solid *
Colors outing,V >
were declaring he was the only white 23-50 2:>-7:> in a good grade uiChecks

o hope of the. Democratic: party especially You needn't to read these, homely Matinee NIght in light weight outing Jfl
Tampa Tribune says the minute you pull the handle on in the South.-Palm views- 36 inch 1?'

the new voting machines out pops a piece of chewing gum, a Beach Independent.__ That II, you needn't unless you THURSDAY Outing, light colors _- 1 fl*
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hammer drops down and spanks you on the head and a brush .\ THEN: UK: LEFT: TOWS choose. 36 inch.Outillg, darks _______
But the feller who wins an' meets
MORAN:
shines your shoes. Substitute lipstick and rouge for the successIn OF THEMARINES' EGGS, all kinds, per dozen _
9' hammer and all the will A country editor, harassed by business love (It's the
women vote. or same HENS
threatened libel suits took up a I ) per pound _____:L__
guess
( ---.0-_ 'careful study of the libel law. lie la the feller who says "I won'tgive Leghorn Hens ,per pound __
Since the democrats could not win it seems fortunate for was astounded and astonished as up. FRIDAY

the party that the result was a landslide. The overwhelmingdefeat well as apalled by the fact that An. he drinks the bitterest dregsin ,. FRYERS, 2 to 3 pounds _____
In nearly every article in his paperhe "lilT
OF THE
the cup SHOW- FRYERS Leghorn poundAndrews_ _
Governor
eliminates Smith from national leadershipand had rushed in where angels An he fries to be honest fair an' ,
will give the party an opportunity to select a leader upon feared to tread By hasty compu- square. -

whom all factions may unite. In the meantime those who tation he discovered that the gov- For It ain't all here-It's some up SATURDAY"GANG
ernment weather report was about
'' stood by the party have reason to feel pleased with themselves there. IGAINESVILLE Stote
r the only Information he could safely An God won't be too hard I guess. WAR"
for having preserved the organization intact for a more propitious publish. On a feller who does his level
season. Then he wearily and resignedlytook beat.
i up his goose quill and des- Phil Armstrong In T-U.,

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