Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/02359
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 16, 1928
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:02359
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EDITORS .. .'..11.. to So Life oft G 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 T. C of the Florida hunting;
[G Precincts :. __ season, Nov. 20, comes just om to a ,t

[ Union C.ountyIan.: [G Presidential Electors: hundred years and two days afte Those Still .\<'tlVC ill .-UlTNllll
11.-A banquet [ C
rib G the first law for the conservation Will Try to Mend the :M \< hLno
with no speakers Jacksonville, Nov. 9.-A shot [G 196 153 31 50 24 24 85 677 C of wild life of the state statewide -
grin I through the abdomen received, it [ Atkinson _______________ -

,v, i he membership, glv- is alleged, when he engaged in an I 1 [G Cawthon __...____________114 195 149 31 50 22 23 83 667 State In effect Game, became Department operativethe an-, It Is probable that Democratic +
,i-al chamber of come altercation with his brother-in-law leaders: In congress, now expectedto +
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y the chief feature Dan Manning of Manning, claimed ]' (G Deese _______________116 196 153 31 50 24 24 83 678 C nounced. The law prohibited Dre- start moving on to WanhInKto h

e '.iinment; program ar- the life of William E. Davis 35*I [G Kehoe ______-__----.--117 196 152 31 50 24 24 84 678 C hunting throughout the territory, for the December session, will devote -

I e n 'he Florida Pa-RAG- of Sapp, a small town of Union \I! [G G Parker _,..:.._____________117 198 152 31 50 24 21 83 679L C attention The department of sportsmen also to(called the com tin- their first attention to the serious f 'a t

f:, ague/ at Its meeting anniversarymulrenlal" here county late yesterday, near the afternoon.Baker county Davis line ws, ((G Sparkman _____________117. 194! 147 30 50 22 23 82 665 C lug Reason's bag limits as HtabIIwhed view task of determining of stock taking the functioning with tho- '

|mli u and 19, which Is to brought to Jacksonville after being G Abbott _______..______ 93: 220 115 5 44 18 19 22 536 C I by the present low on the, of the party In the future. y4
G The for
tem,, ,: by officers directors wounded Wednesday afternoon I G Acker ________:.______ 88 219 109 3 44 16 19 22 520 eratute shooting honks in on all season game! that I 'fhlltllIch a step be taken wan '

lioni'Li, '< men of the Florida I II' and an operation was performed', G Aldrich __ ___ 88 218 111 44 15' 18 22 517 C open In Florida discussed generally: hy democrat 1'
Association, called in' that night In an effort to save his 1 _________ may 1m legally/: taken 01 who foe I that the present plightof
G Ames _____ 90 216 110 3 44 16 18 23 520 Nov. 20. The seafeon clones 01 Immediate
on by Mrs. Lucille R. ______ the party Involves the -
life.The I G 31.: Itticks be
li, > Mi bake Worth Herald, shooting occurred when :G:J Anderson ______..:_____ 88 218 108 3 44 16 18 22 517 deer killed Dec, with a day's bag only limit may none concern of (hone who havo
Manning and Davis engaged/: in C lieon active In lent"Io' :G:J Ausherman ?______ 88 220 105 3 43 16 18 21 514 ( and a RONKOH'B bag limit ol u
of the Tar- -------f What should bo done and what
lIen lng, argument over the wife of Mall-I
) Leader, has been se- ning, Mrs. Cassln Manning, ::a J Buckland - --------*.--- 1 4 1 __ __ __ --- 6 C two Inclusive of any that niujtinvn eon ha duce to restore the vital
I ::a J :
I been shot :
?I ahtnioster for the ban- is Davis' daughter, and also a sis ::a J Lindgren ? _____':kTr,' 2 :3 1 __ __ __ _..: ___ 6 C I The season closes during on Augtmt.turkey I parts to the now battered and "
Ivy Clough Johnson, ter of UuvU wife, his second. Davis -, ..; hauled machine commonly 'deslltI
by Ople i ::n J Rutherford __:.__?__._:_ :3 2 '___. ... _.. _: __ ___ 5 ducks, doves, !gesso, brent, snipe: noted the organization?"
:s'" of the league. : Is said to have gone to his' a "party
HoweylntlieHill8.HAOrapher daughter's home at Manning, a Baker a Sander -.-' --------------4 l 3 2 1 _1 -- -- -- --- G cools gall huulos and squirrels, I,That question( now looms large and .
Jan 31. The 1 uag limit on turkey; ''
la: expected county community Just two :a Von Duffs ___ H--.a-.--- 1 ___ __- __ "". __ __ ___ 1 I I' In Iwo a day and five for the season luminous. t,
dies of honor. Other miles from Sapp and took Mrs Few democrats were prepared
)lire program are as fol- Manning, an invalid, to his home. a a -- 'Vomsley'I.,... .- i---.. 1 1 ....... .i ..- -- -_ -...- o ; on ducks, 15 u day; on aqulrr for the losses that party has Just l lsustnlned.

Ills son-in-law demanded that i Adams -_________J___-_ -_' 2 _,__ __ __ -- __ --- 2 'l. 15 a day; dove..., 25 : geese, I While It was known that + 4
I g E 5 brunt, B; snipe, 15\; cools, 20 ;;
,nun\ ai 8 o'clock, fishermen hU wife be returned to him and G Albright _______.:.-,___ __ 2' 1 __ __ __ __ _-__ 3 Kiillliiules.; 15. VhKlula\ North Carolina, Florida ;
,, transport Tennessee, and Texas were In I it d
i will be given Davis refused to let hr go saying!!:
Etna our(, to Lake GriCln. It en- that he wanted her at home where ::a J Peck --___________A___ __ 2 1 __ __ :_ __ ___ 3 C The soarion( on marsh hens, 01 I bud way for reasons patent to( this

li {persons signify they will go he could take good care of her. i1 I a Rogers _-_____________ __ 1 __ __ .__ __ __ ___ 1 C!1J mils, closes on Nov. 30, with u ban voters In those states the confident
n of 15 limit
limit u day. The bag
li, in' luncheon on the lake Davis said before he went on the u Spiveak 2 .. rn expectation was that they would
----------?-- -- --- -- -- -- ,- --- rails, or marsh hens and Riilll',
bt l ,)rov\ll\ ,d and fishing conId operating table Wednesday night.! a 2o on hold the Democratic line against
j dill) 2: 20 a, m.It Davis stated Wednesday night I .::a J Vann ----____________ __ .1 1 __ __ __ __ ___ I CC miles In the aggregate a day, 25 the extrnorldlnary pressure both

t MIO o'clock, golfers nr-3 to that he started towards the backyard 2 United States Senator: The season on quail closes( Feb from within and without.
1C and the day's bag limit U 15.
this far
i.itipn the Silver Lake Coun- when Manning opened fire The breaking through
o Trammell ___..___ ---150 310 208 28 68 36 39 89 928 A season's bag limit on all
Iclub as guests of the Lees- and wounded him. Davis said he ::a J ?? rJ i flung battle line stretching from u

it Morning Commercial. Three returned the shot. Whether Man- ::a J Warburton _, __-:--6 31 22 __ 5.... 4 4 1 76 iJ name, In the aggregate, not to include Virginia South t to Florida and '

its will be played for. blindly ning has been taken Into custodyby g Representative in Congress: H turkey and deer was reduced Westward to Texas has, In the opinion -
I the law enacted In
by 1981))
brought the a
low net and booby Union county authorities had of observers,
|t 3 o'clock, business session not been, determined here last iI::: Green ________-?...-----141 308 206 28 69 3.1 37 92 915 % 1 from 300 to 200, the department" Democratic party face to face with 4the

I Tally round" will convene in night a Chaires _______?..-,.___ 12 47 32 __ 4 4 5 4 108 C I pointed out. "supreme crisis" which Sena- '
Iralssloners' room of the city Mr. Davis was born in Nassau a For Governor: 4 The open trapping season Is from tor George of Georgia said Homo ,I ;
I Election of officers will take county and had been a resident of a Nov, 20 to Feb. 15. weeks ago in hilt speech at Lako '
next a Carlton ___________- -__153 327 215 26 70 34: 38 100 963 Special attention was called tc would confront It In the
for lie is
i'J' and invitations this state all his life. survived : City, Kla, a
lilng acted upon by his widow, Cassin V. Davie I a Howey _. _________..:.____._ 25 63 43 1 9 5 5 5 156 G the provision:. In the law requlrlm) event of the defeat of the Democratic s D
I'avtnn, Leesburg at 7:30: the ; two daughters: Mrs. Cassin I a Secretary of State: ia reporting of the number of gum presidential nominees thru a?

Jverearv banquet is to be held Manning and Miss Wllda Davis, I a birds and animals killed and fur.boarers defections in the South. ? 'j

Rilu 'ivlc dining room of the all of Macclenny; two sons, Hubert I a Crawford __-?_____.*__117.. 252 167 9 52 38 33 71 739 G6 taken, duilnif\ / the seasonand Although they were not defeated u
.. the blank with
a to supplied
Jniolin Hotel, with program ex- and Ray, both at home; one I Attorney General : because of "defections In the i ,
feiveit, :) it for and by members sister, Mrs. Rachael Browning, I a G each hunting and trapping license I South," they Indicated failure of ; rat

(gridiron Browning; one brother, Jefferesou I a Davis --__.__,?....______104 239 155 G GO 37 31 63 684 G sold( for making that report. The least three of these Southern J'1 j'
-- Davis, RaifOrd. I a .' G I department urged the co-operation states to withstand the Republican i '
taken the a Comptroller: G oC those who go Into the field In the country 4''
0 P. of Florida The body will be by hurricane swept

Seashola Funeral Parlors to the a Amos ...- ,- _-_. ___ i___?_- 120 273 192 0-57-38-31, 85 805 I making tho ,.!report:\: U furnishes I the coimuimus U that the prosper "
Hold Dyal cemetery, near Starke, fQr a Treasurer, x "*.. ., dltallt'wa.! pointed out that. directs ity of the party In the South Suds
iXow Must
funeral services and Interment this a : : -> G attention to those sections of Itself unexpectedly menaced by a -s

afternoon. a Burrs. lit .._ ___ C EU-JH::!____ 87 79 50 11 22 17 12 36 314 0 the state In re-Mtocking that may, and need Information special- situation to which several state. '
Regular Primary wqrk contributors. + '
Jacksonville, Nov. 10.Dan a Knotr : ..______________ 54 231 165 16 43 20 21 53 603 I on which bag limits may be are Rehabilitating the party, In the .

$1 J Is More Than O Per Ont of Manning, 25. of Manning, a small a a Stroup _______________ 7 31 21 __ 10 1 4 ___ 74 bated.The state commissioneralso opinion of Interested Washington { ,
Baker county community, allegedto game observers, Is a diversified undertaking ,
Supt. Public Instruction
Popular Vote. a : naked that In the' spirit of
have shot and killed his fath- due, it Is claimed, to the

er-in-law, William E. Davis, 46, of a a Cawthon ___,__________100 241 164 7 54 40 26 76 708 sportsmanship\ of fairness to differing causes responsible for tho'
lorida has became a twopartyte all, the opening date for huntingand "Solid I
Wednesday of the
Union county
!Sapp, break up
fact and In law. a Commissioner of Agriculture be observedby
$ in : trapping Nov 20, Is argued
Union It
afternoon, surrendered to d South". For example,
The republican party will now B! all." To take game or to trapIt "
county authorities yesterday afternoon a Mayo --_____________104 240 169 9 57 37 27 78 721 Is not that Virginia and Tennessee turn
recognized political party that date only
[ as a and was placed in jail at a prior to a ed Republican for opposing reason '
|tier! the state election laws and Lake Butler on a charge of mur- a Justices of Supreme Court: violation of the law that will carry *. In the first named state tho I y F t
1 be governed by the same prlry the violator Into court, but, he
election laws provided for der.' a Brown ?- ___.___..._______ 90 207 157 13 40 37 28 67 640 pointed out, it Is not In keeping Ku Klux Klan claims undivided
Manning will be given a pre- a responsibility for the Republican
i democratic party. liminary hearing before County a Strum _______...______ 79 188 153 2 37 29 24 43 554 with a true sportsman's standards.The victory whereas In Tennessee the M
For the first time In the history commissioner predicted that ,
Judge< A. C, Strickland at Lake a Railroad Commissioner: dividing wedge seems to have been < i r
(Florida, two primaries-repub- a I' Florida huntsmen would have the sentiment .4
Butler today militant prohibition
kaand democratic-will be held Davis died at ,a local hospital a Wells ________________, 98 224 161 8 49 39 26 72 677 best season this year they have yet augmented/ by the unprecedented

the nomination of state and Thursday afternoon from a bullet a Railroad Commissioner enjoyed. Reports from every sec- expenditure of campaign funds. by
Nty officers in the future. : indicated that he
tion of the state ,
The wound in the abdomen. The shoot- a the O, O. V. The Klan, It Is claimed at

IUcal state primary laws define Ing was said to have occurred a Eaton ____________T..107 245 160 6 52 34 26 66. 696 added. cut no\ appreciable figure In tho ''
parties within the mean-
e-- -- '
t of the law as any party which when Manning and Davis engagedin a Senator 15th Senatorial District: ( : HKTfHNH: TH.V.NKH result.
an argument over Davis' daughter a JHKK.V In North Carolina the consensus
Rli 30
cent of the entire vote
fct 'for Its per candidate for who Is Manning's wife and a'' a Johns ----_______-__-104 207 177 11 56 33' 27' 77 692 Is that the rov lt'lell by Senator
governor sister of Davis' wife. The affair a Congressman R. A, Green of the Fernlfold [a general election and provides Member House of Representatives : out '
took place at Manning's home. a Second Florida District gave trick while In Florida the defeat li. p s

f ration 5 for their organization. and The1 wounded man was broughtto a Hazen ..,..----__..:_:..____-105 222 172 10 64 39 21 91 721 the following statement today: of the Democratic presidential candidates
Jacksonville and placed in a local a "I am profoundly grateful to the Is ascribed to a condition
[[Incomplete returns show that hospital, where he underwentan a County Judge : voters of the Second Congressional brought about largely by rellglout if'

governor republican has party's received candidate more hU, operation life. in an attempt to save a a Gardiner" --_-:.-___-..1___103 225 181 :9 65 37 23 86 729 I I I given District me for at the the polls iplendld lust Tuesday.majority agitation.The close vote In Texas is charged rti" 1'

tanll n 40 \per cent of the total vote Funeral services were conducted a Sheriff: i; I om exceedingly proud of the un- up to the account of special religious ,

]ft chang ate, In) returns the trend Indicated of voting llt- 3 In o'clock Dyal cemetery yesterday, near afternoon.Starke,In-at a a Epperson ------.-_"\(____119 219 193 9' 61 37 25 89 785 faiilterlnff. : I also democracy congratulate of my my district. op- hibition.pleading Whatever coupled the real to pro rou- '

t Inn 11 ., appears to be little! doubt terment was In the family lot un- a Clerk Circuit Court : pi/net, Mr. Cha rca, upon the clean Ron for the disruption of the here- w,

l,'o tu w ivernor the republican, will get 30 candl-perM der direction, of the Seashole Funeral a a Alderman -----________109 240' 188 10 60 39 2.1 85755 tad, honorable campaign congressional which he tofore politically! "Solid South"ruesday's
carried on. This
( believed
Parlors. election! results are -
t i tt H of the total vote cast County Assessor: I
without bitterness! .
onto one
'l was \ to have created a condition s
t I' he law, the republican Jacksonville, Nov 11.-Dan a Hayes ,.' --------______103; 246 177 6 63 38 24 73 732 .Hinallty or animosity" Iin the Democratic party which cannot d

(lIe required to hold a Mannmng, 25, living In the little a Tax Collector: >3unt.nuliiK, Judge Green said, : go unnoticed If It In to have u, A, r
the nomination of Its of Man- a 1(f'KJ e I "While under thin (Florida law a

' Maker county community j and. Htan.lllIof more
vor state! om Knight _J_112 241 178 8 meaning /
'es. 38 25
' ning, was freed yesterday on ----: --, %--. 61. 83 746 .,i purr y mustering :10 percent I than local proportions
the republican partyas uarges of slaying William E. Davis j County Supt. Public Instruction : 4 of the total vote cast( for( Gov- --

; well as In other : 45, of Sapp, follow.ng a pre- j Griffis ..:._. 106 I n.r t.. entitled\ to u primary, I Hl'\S: oviiTi: n'IK:Ymtij-
tea, has selected its 1 ----- -_.,___ 217 160 8 54 37 31 16 689
I'' liminary hearing before County I Bond Trustees would sirens> the fact that Florin -
4)) party conventions. Judge A. C. Strickland at Lake : H stin! a firm and lolltlly dem- Tragedy was narrowly averted!

of a primary la man- Duller according to a long distance r l Hill - ------- 105 __ __ __ __ .___ 105 icratlc: state, and, though t the eltlc-1 I lust Saturday. morning when I'rof. 1
recognized pol UcalFlorida received Ritch m- jr f9 tIII oral vote was given to Hoover T. J. i'oppell In bucking his I' rout
telephone message ___
however. 1 -,.- _. __ __ __ __ ___ 191
Times-Union, Davis was fatally -I 777 doctors, the Democratic nominees I i of tIle garage at h's! homemocked
--.- by the Matthews .:.. ___..... __ _..: __: .
:1)1' 10 wounded Wednesday night. M!"* *- Xl a __ __ __ __ ___ 14.1 For senator, congressmen and state his little daughter down

T" I.1CKNSK: TAGS There were no eye witnesses to 1. Durden ?.___*_.ji_____ __ ___ .:._ 1 19 10 __ ___ 30 Jinelals piled liP their usual hand- tad nearly, run over her. The lathe -
III-: IIKADY I.V 10 DAYS Davis by Man- Major ty, thus showing that unbeknown to her father,
the fatal shooting of 1 Haynes --___.utta___-_ __ _-- ___ 30 64 2.J., __ ___ 118 uuio tot when
Democrats have dad out
hear- Southern her
.t was developed at the our loyal I ball followed
"'. ning Weeks ...
D ''on of 1929, automobile ng. Evidence Introduced indicated 1 ----r----------------------: : 1142 G3 no Intention In reality, of making I Prof. Poppell went out to back 1

, ; a expected to be begin that the two men bad engagedin County Commissioners : Florida: a Republican state I fuel Ills car out from the garage The

.n'n' next ten days, accord- an argument at Manning's j .Reddish ----_.-_,.__.__104 152 85 __ 28. 369 I onflilent that Florida will not dur- I Unit the father knew of her pres-
to .itement. from home. Manning's wife was a -- -- --- nl? another two score of year. !give :. given out Crews I
:!larn" daughter of Davis and also a sis --__________ 67 201 86 __ __ 27 __ ___ 384 the electoral vote to any political jar knocked her down. lie applied I q, a

( omary to place the II- ter of Davis' second wife. Davis Underhill ___________ 65 140 159 __ __ 28 .:._ ___ 392 party other than the Democratic the brake and looking back A

:lIe between. November is said to have attempted to remove I Hinson ______.,-___ 59' 12i 77 6 55 34 __ _._ 355 I[ am happy In the democracy of jrllmpsed her little dreiw. Jumping:
and homeon : and abiding faithn picked her up
Mrs. Manning from her Florida have an jut of the car he
"th .' the 1929 tags cannot account of her being 111 and Osteen ---1___________ CO 12J 75 1 __ 26 26 85 397 its durabll.ty.: LULL 1 carried her Into the bouse. Ha Ii
) ... I'I _
e have resist- Board of Public Instruction --- --- I she bruised and J
it'll! after January 1, buy- ianu ng i* believed to : KiMKVKASKL' ; : round that was
) of his father-in-law I Moore lacerated and unable to walk. AaProf ,
III mobiles during the lat- ed the efforts from his ------------------1 130 80 _, __ 29! ___ 339 Roy Edwards, who lives on the and Mrs. Poppell were oreheir .
wife away I
''It the year are not re- to take his May ____________ 52 149 >ut klrts of town brought a weasel ark'
'red pay the license fee for home - --- 77 __ __ 31 ___ 309' I 1 way to Lakeland, to visitMrs

;ju. ? I Davis died In a local hospital Surrency ___________ 52 139 98 7 34 26 18 72 446 .o town Friday afternoon killed chick \ roppell's parents they carried 4'
that while raiding a
Ow'. !: .' he was brought followingthe Justice of Peace morning : their little daughter to the hospital
'! cars placed In use be- where Dist. 1 and 2: ,,n coop in search of food for a
el: '' operation was there where she was pronouncd -
'Id'; i shooting. An i
'""- J half and September licenses and 31, perfome.l In a futile attempt to Harley --_____________ 90 120 67 __ 27 __ __ 304 family of eight baby weasels. This to be In no dancer The llttla
year ,
of chicken thief Is raren
4rtet l Ks. at one-fourth of the save his life. Wainwright. _________ __ 125 99' "" __ 26 __ ___ 250 ipecia. this section and many examined very I tot Is getting along as well as
br'It use fee issued the Constable Dists. 1 and ould: be expected, although unable
are beautiful 3: he little animal with interest Not
See how many Monday. Prof. Poppell
l"e to walk on
months of the year. you can have blooming In the I Lowery ---_-::;;..____ 87 114 63 __ __ 2.1 __ ___ 288 much' larger than a full grown rat, was frightened greatly by the near
Thij! the weasel U capable of wholesale
'''s Week jj r.lean-up Do Tour and duty Beautlflcairto. to make- spring. Jennings., ___ 166 117 __ 4.1 27 __ __ .354 Instruction among chicken; and tr"tedY.-aronlancl. Graphic.It .

wn more beautiful. Woman's Plant lilies/ larkspur and shasta 1 before this one was dispatched had Is time to plant trees shrubs

! daisies. [5Z5Z5ZSZSZ5Z5ZSZ5ZSZS2SZSZ5ZSZSZ525ZSZSZSZSZ5ZSZ5Z52:: I accounted for four chicken, and flowers. 'Woman' Club.>> ,

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BltAD!,'OKD COUNTY TltEOUAPH. HTARKE. FLORIDA .. ____ _FRIDAY_ ,_' q ('11oFfi I :
AGE TWO ,_. _. .. .. __ ___ ___ ______ _.___ __ __ __ __h __ __ __ ___ __ _ __ I 18.1
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-- ---- ---- ---- ----- -- -- L14+4 N day aftei-n,

. 1 U'crJd's Longest Highway Bridge Opens .. LAWTEY .. /guest of list! J o

I in Virginia e Mr.. E. E. Darnr?, c... Godwin, I' I
"Cradle of Republic" .
ANNN....NA.N4+N AN., Mrs. W ( v 'I
II to, Starke 'I 1',",, .,' \ 1
Mrs. V. n. Reddish entertainedwith Mrs. .ai,"" ."I",:,/

7wS NewroarFWS./AMES a dinner party last Tuesday Misses P"oII, I ''''I c"

:. > I ,,c, js Y .eNAIR i4l06F J l/cES LpM1'rt evening In honor of Mr. and Mrs.O. Bennett of i I Itr'\t'\
i". x
School Journal /' 6gP.g7e3rN/.vie'AYje/o&5 \,
High lUng their ,,
W. Anderson and four young 01 I' ,
atOI'KRKTTl iii 1(1.
t'qj school teachers including Misses
I II Im "rt
II I Grace Wood, Nellie Coker, PaulIne ; "( C, I
I Walker and Delma Dinkins : '.VM I
i ,
.I .. II
\. .,. The menu consisted of chicken
MKLKOHK Ql'INTKT; KIXJKS; : peace and of the value of peace. lumpllngs and fried chicken, rice, The open 'it

OUT WIIIKIAVIXI :20-10 lIe considered the outlook very ,- II old slaw, potato salad, spaghetti Moon," a mn !r'

that all nations and NANSENOND4wlRagrD6.', rk 4.,?, ... cheese pickles, peas in timbales logue and tin. Is.;
bright, saying ON'ATggiFN/aN7Y0q/DatSS '-' h. ; -x_AyPe fruit salad cake and 1\ ''elut!
A spirited body of students came .,",.. coffee. After hearsed by ,- .
all people are realizing more and ; IIoIIN6 THE'OUTF TO 1fe' MaA I1Ig_
last Friday backing dinner rook was played until a late and draman! .n.
Melrose k
from "YID' 6 OR "I'fIiIeIC )!: '
more the value and necessity of "e... .... hour. Mr. and Mrs. Reddish and ed forward in '"''Qllt> i>,]
their girls rage outfit and to as- peace and good will. lIe believes : y 'y"",, Mrs J. G, Godwin were also guestsof ''an to,
alat the Bradford quintet In an : : I2T.TTIL Mrs. Reddish est.The
during the eve- lines ,,
that In the near future war will no ''',q, : I", lust
worthy inauguration of "' __ : ning. ba" d
early but longer be rated by nations as a NlVTO, j' I a mistaken ui
I of the local basketball seaaon. The means of progress and attain- Norfolk Portsmouth and Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Dye and children and myslerlou ""e,i\ndUChoui e d
wsngr ar't''
of Jacksonville
spent Sunday and
visitors, an old basketball rival of ment.TOHNADOKH. sparkllni '
Newport News to Join with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. ,The beauty' ,
out the npalCal
Bradford managed to nose aunt
TATKI.H M. Blanchard.V. generously .
? m! "
local lassies 20-16 after a hard ICED; F1.AHIIKH: TODAY Hands in Celebrating. R. Reddish is spending a few form of solos, 'I< ,I"" '"C'M" ig 1

fought tilt that proved to be one of 3 I days in South Florida. are catchy, tun.i fad fhorij
the most exciting ever played on 'Bradford's roaring Toruadoes ; Election for town officers will to please. Tht sre .
NORFOLK: VA-The state of Virginia CoI "r"ltl !
the girls; court, take on a formidable adversery I be held next Monday in Lawtey.Mr given in the will
Is monster celebration "IL'"
The Whirlwind kept the visitorsin today, Riverside Red Flashes, an on November planning a 17 to commemoratethe and Mrs. Charles Beck and torlum on Fnd.;, \ -dooi ii"n

hot water through out the game Independent eleven from Jacksonville opening of three great bridges I ion, Charles, Jr., of Blounstown her 23rd, al uii I, \'OT.: ..|
k Using the Bcore. early In the second Being a home game CoachRay's that will open a direct route throughthe were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. W. a cast of fort n ar s
, period and emerging from the proteges are given a good historic Virginia peninsula on I 1!W. Torode last weekend.Mrs. attend are aami "n '''Dl, > tlh'PU'

half Just a goal behind, the count chance of cashing In a winning the Atlantic Coastal Highway. They V. R. Reddish spent Satur- entertainment I II "'eflst
i being 11 to 9. They came right; score off of the visitors. The boys will connect Newport News with Nor ----

on to tie the score again In the are in good Shape after the hard associated folk and Portsmouth will and form with their \' jliUJy*OfWA1 IL g<*f IHCiyo'-ft.f yi|..ji'm' u i
highways a crescent -
the Melrose girls forged the
third but weeks practice which Included
about the famous naval seat at
ahead from then on with the home tilt on Tuesday with McMillan's Hampton Roads. The three bridgeswill

1 cagers: close on their heels The murderers and are out to win. It span the James River,Chuckatuck

'1 game wound up at 20-16 with both will be the school's first appear Creek and the Nansemond River. I SkX

teams going; strong. ance since their creditable performance Their total cost exceeds'seven million I jm \%&
Scootia Andrews as usual was against Wlldwood and a big dollars. I Ivgsnv.y II II

: Fly the outstanding player of the crowd Is expected to gather on the Norfolk Newport News and Portsmouth I ? f"w1Ifi

name, ringing up the high point home grid, this afternoon at 3145.S : Joined. I c3 4.;, :

' count of 12. Capt. Ruth Sternberg J The cities of Norfolk, Portsmouth
G3 1 her fellow forward finished out the Tltl11.01.1.H: and Newport News will Join In the

{ score and played a mighty; fine mighty celebration of the memorable >>,, I
game however, Lena Belle Shepard The Popple 1s the flower of France bridge opening which will bind them + oIj, lll .
Where In the breeze they gently 110 closely together. The recent tre- ++ -- NoW TNe TMk'fi wRoa[ I
running center gave the scrappiest ...-- NAArt A O/RfCT pWrN70 TNP3TORG
performance of the day, and dance. mendous progress of the beautiful N! V/RdNiFNNSD LA. I,
city of Norfolk will. It.Is predicted be
+ though oho was hurt early In the The Popple Is a flower of red. greatly accelerated by the huge new Smith and his band of brave adven- the way. The second bridge In the I
first half she came back strong inv Which marks the places of the bridge development and her sister tui'era. chain from Newport News to Ports-
final breaking numerous dead mouth la the Chuckatuck Bridge
the period up city will keep In stride. The famous On Atlantlo Coastal Highway.
Melrose plays. Daisy Tompkins Mother nature takes good care Virginia Bench and other resorts and across Chuckatuck Creek. It Is 2.300 i
f' In her place, played a good To protect their seeds so dear cities will Joyously participate. The three bridge will afford the feet long with a bascule span of the
only direct highway connection be- rolling type affording a clear passage I
game and bids to become a first Gov. 11}nl to Spenk. .. w.1 a.L aE is
I tween Newport News and the Norfolk of eighty feet; In width for river traffic. ,
The Soldiers fought with guns and
stringer In the near future. Ooverncr Harry P, Byrd will be the and Portsmouth District In Virginia Leaving the Chuckatuck Bridge I
I KHtelle Kendrick, jumping cen- spear principal speaker at the exercises on The longest and most Important of the next concrete road approach leads .i 1
ter also gave an agrestitve exhibi- While the puppies were so near. November 17. The governors of Mary- these la the one crossing the James one and one-half miles to the Nanse- '. :, 04. i.j, ..... L'aJ .
tion as did Struth and Manning. In France the poppies grow I land, Massachusetts! North Carolina River at; Newport News this knownas mond River Bridge, Is 3.740 feet In
Ilnlh team showed a lack ot pritc- In gardens fields row on row i and West Virginia have been Invitedto the Newport News-James River length with a bascule span giving a I
ice '"he popple counts a blood drop rod I participate In tho ceremonies which Bridge which ranks among the nrst clear passage of ninety-four feet la -.r-s..r..w+-
Solider will commemorate the union of historic tour longest bridges In the country, width. All three bridges are of the
-- Which each must have Atlantic concrete and steel trestle LlNDmnC:1 rucir in nn.::o-, :. .. _
In:"'. H.\\' IOSU um.I'I.ttHIOIISTIt'I': : Shed seats along the coast. being as already stated over 4Vt type with ,
The region which will be opened In miles long. It has one of the largest concrete roadways 22 and 23 feet wide
,\ : .\lII)IU'SH; -Hy Charles Pender. an uninterrupted route Is known as lift spans In the world three hundred carried on huge steel beams spanning I SATURDAY, novo 2i ; MONDAY NO'; '''. : .
i the "Cradle of the Republic." 'Wllllnmnburgh feet with a lift of one hundred and concrete supports. These supports are
An Armistice address by Ilev.iuorge Mim.Mivciirrs: L.tltlh.tlIl.i; on the Virginia peninsula fifty feet, enough room for the larg- the longest piles ever built their j H'5 TI.U.zDAY, rOV.; CO; SATURDAY, D"; : "

( Raymond featured the TIOV wns the site of the first Revolutionary est craft afloat to pass through It length reaching a record breaking I -- ''I

i program of the chapel exercises convention that Virginia had ever Its foundations extend over 100 feet achievement of 113 feet. They weigh. I q' ii craEn HEW C ? : CsI n
lust Thursday. The high school library received known In 1709. At Yorktown Corn- below the water. Its greatest height ed 33 tons each and had to be specially I ( )

Her Raymond l brought an earnest Its first shipment of a largo I wallls surrendered In 1782 and to Is 200 feet, while the motorist Is about poured treated and transported I
Jamestown In 1607 came Capt. John fifty feet above the water most of to the site. I INTRHNATtONAI. "
and Interesting discussion of amount of books, which have been '

the pre: it prospects of world carefully selected by Prof Hay, t0 a rM A ,, ail\
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-- MIMSTKIUAL: ASSOCIATION vice in ,the Methodist church Me ia Invited to attend. We always I ( r ,
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Thursday morning; the 29th at appreciate the attendance of

,: Teacher of Ft:: : ::;J ;Will!! The Starke Ministerial Association Wednesday 10.3,011.; m. Dr. Lowry will preach tile ministers from :Penney Farms 1--- --- -
held its regular meeting
1[! J the Thanksgiving Hermon and the community who so kindly! come to :
, morning In the Methodist offering will be given to the Florida -
Hold CiasjK" 2 I .AeroplaneEILOZE : us nnd bring new Inspiration and
J church. There were present the Children's Home in Jackson Intellectual stimulus. Appreciation -

'I _._-- following/(: nev. E, M. Rooks, ville. It la hoped that the stores of fellowship with Rev. Carle-

n ,,. rM 0 'k aresldent. Rev. 1>1'. Lowry, Rev. I*, will be closed and that there will ton nnd regret -y his leaving our To the
W. Klckllter and Ilev. (i. P. Ray be a large attendance to render town was voted. Wa understand

mond. thanks for divine blessings upon that Ilro. Carleton has been ap-

Arrangements were madeto our nation during the past year. pointed to minister to a larger congregation -

hold ,the'annual.. ThankagiVngiinrha .{t was voted to- hold our Fellowship : : In a Florida city andwewish first half-million
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with the
meeting Penney him God's blessing In. his
iibifary, jjUMctor, \ V Farms Community Ministerial
The tnllotnient lncTufle$ many brethren iu the Starke Methodist i

hooks $In" the 1 iterator* leading church oit\",,ednesday the 28th at Orlando $ 12,000 structure being new
lists which luveibeen\ adly.* ueeded 2:30, p. m: These meetings are built for First Christian

by_ the students' for .rv -Pal years. always.very helpful and the pub- church '" 'l *

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; i TIlE f-mUHon men: attention. neglrcleJ.
and women who have received mean it should 1 be :::

.' ; new Fords in the last Like every other fine pig

: g i eleven months, there is no of machinery, it sill ef'lt
IJ I That's what the Goodyear All- J need to dwell on the performance you better and] longer:;

: r Weather Tread Balloon Tire I of the car. given proper care.
: \ ,'w', ,.", :, gives.RoalNonSkidPerformance. You have tested I its speed One of the I Lest "an Nt

.." ." )' t. on the open road. In traffic do thU is to take lOU. 0

: have noted to the Ford dealer eeyo
C I II you its quick acceleration and
: anti the of miles for oiling jJ
I ,; ; because the aeep-cut sharp- j checkrTthe ;
SONIA: Tvt' I ;//1 ', ,. its brakes. You know how ing and a :

'1'14.' I '.. edged blocks in the tread's cen- it climbs the hills. On long; little tl'inS Mat on ;';

: : -- 1 yJ '--1 r 1 ter seize and trips and over rough such 0 great; bearing 60011'
.J.PiP $ : --r---. ; d-4 grip hang-on. v vi life and continuous! !;
i have to
ChTravelling how t Jpvc fD-trr-t)._- rl.' tn' Ig tn" 'i f* ; '. you come
i i ,M Slow, Even Tread Wear- : appreciate its easy riding performance

WillI tile manner of teaching! civics because these comfort. Continuous driv Such an in.pt'ction mug
Schools t
( sharp-edged 'i has its deal to ,
than a trip Washington to see i irg proved economyof mean a great

I Be Next Step In the government in action? E h blocks are placed in a semi-flat : operation and low cost car. To you it n.ean. tbou'sande

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i, Education New Consciousness of upkeep.This upon thtlu
"I design. They not only grip the ,.iIJlJlit!
I "Just as radio has put the country of ntotorin? r ra
in unison musically by letting I ia! an invitation to miles lifting
r L road but retain their usefulness i care-wilhout' e>er
York Clty.-Tbat eol'ra- the isolated farmer hear the new. ilk you (3 take full advantageof

phy New classes of the future will have est blase songs Broadwayite the same night does that so this the ,l : A longer than any non-skid i the service facilities of the hood.

an for a classroom, is travel would develop social con. 'i '' 4 the Ford dealer organization Ford dealers t''er".btrt
the prediction of Sonia Meroff of tread heretofore offeied. truineJ
in the child
sciousness now Impos. that
ballad fame. And Sonia should r ''Ii so you may con have been el'eciaJly t.h,

know whereof she of her speaks life Retting for she sible.1'Miss Meroff ts organizing A i "; i: Come in and see it. We'11 let the tine to enjoy many thousands and equipped to (l'rjrt\ih1 l GaJ
has spent most cf miles of carefree You '
travelling school -of her own for : Foril.
geography at first hand. i t new re\iub];
her s '
transcontinental group singing.! tiredoallthetalking.It'sbackeds ; economical motoring.The prompt awl r
the them
shudder at
"Mothers may "In my present vaudeville tourI II tbell'chnrgt'8
thought but lam sure that study am singing; a collegiate foxtrot. : by our standard Goodyear point Is this. You in their wrk, air taga

( .. ing through travel beginning Dolores,' she says "which I got I have in the ; and in'erely
grades will be r a great car new
with elementary from the publishers as soon as it I service.RITCH'S 3 the g
I the next step in progressive! educational was printed yet I found the Middle 1 Ford. It is simple in design, to help you fet your P'
methods." she declares. West and the West, the South r rnnstructed of the best materials possible use! from 1 all
"Indeed we already have the beginnings and the Northwest all knew it, the tminimum irw .Jexpt'ne.
and' machined with for .
with floating j
of this our and no matter where I am, every. of trouble
universities. What more vivid and body joins in the chorus."Transportation unusual accuracy. It la so TM': 'i II to
I instructive method could there be has previously SERVICE STATIONStarke ell-made, !n fact .
for studynj the world's national been as hard as communication I true mean In' "l
resources T and now that communication is almost requires BUrC' Ford Senice.
"What more logical manner of simultaneous. I think we prisingly:;
economics and ought to put more thought on Florida
social problems than that of putting > transportation and make practical

a class on a train routed use of it for the coming genera I 'FORD l MOTOR COMPANY

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----- .- --------- .. I Prof Futch, spent the week-end ..N....0.. VO....e..0/0 lesi-e satisfactorily for awhile and enjoyed a dance given at the homeof ]' Key West Actual construction) r'c. ? t dl

[ with his family In Lawtey. *. Keystone I' was able to walk out. but fln"IIY'I'' Mr and Mrs. S. F Morgan. 8 lighthouse and radio control ,
of Florida In Short : took a turn for the Messrs Fate Brown and Aubrey stations begins.Manatee81,000.
/Newt Paragraph 1IIrsI.. L. Bugg and mother .
MU Helen Ogden, Co 1' 'quickly lost ground until the end I
and Thomas Welch of Sampson' : '
I building: near-
Mrs. Win. Jones were the guests :.OOON................. came to relieve her of her sUn'er1InKs ,
lor Mrs. Bugg's sister, Mrs. Ed. Monday night\ at 11 : 46. Mrs. were visitors here Sunday. Ing completion
Mr. and Mrs W II. Burk and! I CatlKhey's passing will be mourned Among thona! attending B. Y. Stuart -- Plans and !specifications -
Rowe of Macclenny last Saturday.
son Edwin Buck wife and I by hosts of friends. in all parts for Martin county's new
State NewsTOLD I.. Mrs. W. B. Alexander and l son | P. U. here Sunday night were: Mr. courthouse
Live being drawn.
Glenn of Conneaut Lake Pa., arrived of the country, as ta know her was' Fate Brown of Sampson: Messrs.\ '
daughter Wilma and Miss Edith In Keystone Heights Thurs- to love her. The burial services Tampa -- Firestone Tire & 4t,
of Mrs. Charle Williams, Johnnie Leo Rubber Co., will build I7 t
May Jones were the guests day having left Conneaut Lake on will be held at Mrs. Strong's home $80,000.er-
V. B. Wheeler and daughter, Mrs. Tuesday after voting. They spent Thursday afternoon at 2:30.: Saunders, Bill Moran, Roy Reynolds vice station ) A

BY OUR EXCHANGES Mcllae last Friday their first night Washington, Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Cadman were and Miss Edna: Williams of (JrRt'ovllle--Rlce cleaning plant
Mrs. J. C. Thomas and children: Installed In local gin.
D. C., and the second in Augusta. visitors !in Gainesville on Tuesday I Waldo. /'i igs
.... _._ Herbert and Leone were the Ga. The total distance driven be- afternoon on business. Gracevllle Construction of ti ;
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___ r ----------... guests of Mrs. Thomas' mother Mr Roy Reynolds of Waldo, new Methodist church progressIng I r
ing 1265 miles In three days. : homeof
Toy; In the
foreign scholar- centers east of the Mlsslsslpn Mrs. O. I layues late Saturday. The election return's reigns supreme spent Sunday here with his mother steadily. '.
'v! party ,
Jas. H. Houser.I
Mr and Mrs.
do and Mrs. II. Mrs. Etta Jacksonville Site leased a ,
river. Mrs. B. Y. Saxon Reynolds ; for
students which held In
enable was the Woman'sClub
wt i will m V. Saxon, are the guests of Mr. I Word has just been received of Mr. and Mrs. Avener Padgett, erection of new postal station on
|,p11, allege Winter Park. St. Petersburg-Pinnellas Saxon's sister, of Palmetto this Tuesday evening was a won- the arrival of their flrst grandson were business visitors to Starke' Hast: 8th t street wJacksonvilleBroad
coun derful and
success who
everyone In Jacksonville where their son, "
|tens, DIversities! In Europe, ty, heretofore democratic In all local week. attended It Is very enthusiastic Wednesday. street will '
Mr. Jus. Houser, Jr.. and wife reside alldfrl.
Ibe i lIable. for the college and state elections but repub about it. A radio was Installedover Mr. R. M. Johnson are be extended In near future. +
Grandpa and Grandma are -- -- n
Lea- iccording to Dean An- Mean nationally reversed Its usual Tick ActivitiesTo which the returns came, and receiving congratulations upon the ,
both doing fine. p
arrival! of born Nov.
position and swept almost the
en numerous of humorous
( made before messages an
,? ,?,' .i ,uatement tire republican ticket into Guests at the Inn are: H. M. 7th. '
county Extend IntoGilchrist were read referring
|her.n, ,\ the faculty and stu- office In the general election Tues to character different citizens of the Ross Jacksonville: T. J. Cobb, Mrs Luther Hall end son, Visit our yard before
Runnel]; O. K. Wiggins: Green Claude of Nichols
day. Outstanding In the are enjoyinga
town creating a great deal of merriment -
Levy Cove Springs U. H. McMillan\ Ala. Ruyiig Your Monumental ,
was the defeat of W. L. Hackney, and helped to break the visit here with Mrs Hail's parents -
Am ,mime--Getting ready county commissioner from the monotony. Refreshments were I chars; Mr. and Mrs.\ Frank Drake. Mr. and Mrs. N. I). Jones.A. .
tourists, the city Mt Dora; Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Lit- L. Marlow of Work. r' '
h e r h, of fourth district, who conducted an \VoiUori .\HslKiic to Preliminary I served consisting of hgt coffee. Newberry ;
has awarded aac lon, LevHburg: and Mr and Mrs. visiting friends here .
I. ,xiiiustine, active speaking campaign against \Voik In Bradford. doughnuts, cake sandwiches, etc. wan Sunday.Mr. "
the furnishing of seven Governor Smith for the presi- Mr. and Mrs. John C. Holzworth Albert I It. Swarts.. Gainesville. and Mrs. II. B. Aitman and See ourdisplay and prices '

<,-n folding chairs to dency. He was nominated for reelection Jacksonville, Nov. 10.-Systematic and Mr. Bruce McBride of Conne children of Nichols, have been
I ..'? ustine Music and Fur- by the democrats In June cattle fever tick eradication aut Lake Pa., arrived In Keystone .....................0.. spending several days here on account -

d I :;,?. for use of the Tourist but Ward Thayer republican, took activities will Initiated In Heights Monday afternoon. Mr. GRAHAM ; of Mr Altninn's grandmother We deliver and erect. ', ea
the field against him and won. two additional: counties. Gilchristand and Mts jlolzworth will spend a : Mrs. M A. Davis being seriously Y
Carl Holm Levy with next spring It was few days resting in the McBrldo v.................. .O.. III.! II I
P. I F West brook and James
Beach Reynolds
utom' Tallahassee-For the first time announced last night by Or J. V., cottage before goitig, J nil to West The Gainesville .
;cea 11 'r 'left here Friday for in 52 years, the governor's office Knapp state veterinarian of the 1'aim Beach where they will spend Mrs, J. A. Graves and grandson, of Duytonn, were visiting ,

.,? sp,' ergs, where he will pur- here Is to be turned over to members Stutn Livestock Sanitary Board. It the winter months. Mr. McBride LeonWfi visitors to Luke Wales relatives: here Sunday.
?. ,\I, UK *ult for a treasure of the Republican party In had been decided previously that will Stay in this place for the win- last week. Leo Dyal of (Gainesville, was visiting -
i ueditlou[ along' the Oclia the selection of a president of the funds were only available for the tor. Mi awl Mrs. Rutufl JOIIPH mid his parents Mr. and Mrs. W Memorial Co.

')>'. which la to be unkoa United States. With the electftnof campaign to be begun in four Relatives and friend! of Mrs. K: family of Tampn. spent Sunday O. Iul here Sunday. k ,

leroine' Peterson Or- Herbert Hoover assured Thursday rount Ics: On al. Bradford Clay P. Caughry ore In receipt of u \here with friends and relatives! .-- _.-- -- Box 2X2: fI!
and two n 1'1'"II fllle- Baptist church under Gainesville fift
uci ,actor Holm and the placing of Florida In and Nassau. telegram Tuesday moriiing announcing Mrs. Luther Hall and non,
construction South Georgia
L nl." the ranks of the Republican eloc- After considering the 192(1( budget her death Monday! night Claude of Nichols) !!, are upending near ,
Million .
oral college members virtually with the members of h's board in l lOrie, Pa., at t the home of her a while with the former'H parents.Mr. -'---".nonrs----completion----- -. -- .. -..-- -. -- -- .. -.._-. '
amt Her title of "Florlda's"clal ;; I certain, old timers at the capitol tr.) Knapp said (that It wa. found sister! Mrs H. W. Strong. Mr. and Mrn. N. U. Join's. --.-.-,.-.-.--..-.,-..-.-.-.-.--.-,.-.,-.---- ,
good will' ambassador"hump'il : hero recalled that not since reconstruction that sutiicie'nt funds would be and Mrs.' Caughey went north In Mr. Tom Graves;, of Dublin Gn.,
"ofnclal" by the elec- days have republican available to take cake of I the workIn I May for the summer us has been was vlhltlng\ ;; hit parents!! Mr.\ and SAVE TIIK STRAWBERRIES itr rUse

ieot hn Fourth congressional electors met here, and then it was Gilchrist and Levy counties. "It their custom for several years, and Mrs. J. A. GravpB last week ; \
lit, Mrs Ruth Bryan. Owen, to decide the contest between Is fortunate that such can bo undertaken -I while there conditions arose which Monnra. Johnnie Lee Siiuiiders ,
rat\ congresswoman-elect, Hayes and Tilden. ," he explained "In that made It necessary for an opera- and Bill Moran, of Waldo were MYERS PNEUMATIC COM TRESSED

Frlda) morning on a lecture there will be a working area create tion tQ.be performed on Mrs. 'visitors here Saturday afternoon. AIR SPRAYER
thai will) carry her to the Pa- Arcadia-With shipments of ed between the :Inactive and released Caughey. She seemed! to conva- Mr. Hubert Brown and Misses !

coast fruits suspended for the past ten territory serving as buffer Thelma Brown and Delmn Sur-
l S days, Arcadia packing houses resumed counties for the keeping the tick regular sermon here Sunday af rency spent!! Sunday In Waldo with DeWitt C. JonesIIAItDWARL

Inter Park.-An institute of operations Thursday and out of the cleaned up counties." ternoon. Miss Edna: Williams I

Isnianshlp, to discuss the fu- more fruit will be shipped the last The state board was In monthly! Mrs. Ruby McGruder spent I'' Mr. Roy Reynolds( of Waldo, was t<

I of! party government in the of this week. Prices fell with the business session here Wednesday Thursday evening with friends at a visitor here Sunday. I
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1-d, States is to be held at UolilcolleBe I first rush to the Northern markets Iti-fclii-t In March Lake Geneva Quite a 'row II of young people ::
\ Winter Park, accord- and shipment ceased until the The systematic work will beginIn : t,
Bio an announcement made by market became more nearly nor- the six counties early in Marchof \ ti r

1:dent Hamilton Holt, who will mal. Shipments total eight-six cars next year, according to the cooperative : _

L chairman. from here. Although the fruit in federal-state plan. Dr.
1 S this section Is mature and passes Knapp heads the work on the part

ort PierceEstablishment of the test for maturity by a wide of state officials, and Dr. T.V.. .
lijers) market at Fort Pierce margin, it Is still being placed In Colo Is the Inspector In charge; of
tomlnd season for the handling coloring rooms and shippers are Agr'culture's co-operative efforts

['nick .mid vegetables Is being hoping for color weather to render In the meantime there Is a lot of
Jiio, a I by the local chamber oflinen this unnecessary as the per cent preliminary work to be undertake

"* tad it is said that inter- of decay Is larger In fruit that has In each of the counties, the bu'lIl-

Iitht: project is being shown by been placed In the coloring: rooms. ing of vats and the continuation
].al ..minilsalon men. With Y of educational methods In stressIng -

a market growers would bp IJeLnnd-The Stetson band of the value of eradicating: the

Bled, 10 dispose of their pro- forty student musicians will Jour- fever tick.
L > 11 I for cash eliminating ney to Tallahassee and take partin Dr. ti. F. Kern, a veteran tick .
1 inumveiilence and bother of the inauguration ceremonies era('.ic'ator and a man who has Been '

liiint and long-range Belling. when Doyle Carlton takes his seal veterinary service In the Phlll .
as thief executive of the state of pines and in SaiL Salvador, 1 In

liyinna, Reach--The WafefteldVonlnn Florida. The new governor Is a whirl Central American country 1 I e t rf ?
Company of Hender- graduate of the law school of Stet- he was In charge of the veterinary

j Springs which manufactures send and Florida's new first lady work: for two years, was In con- __
Ida fruit products for the was also a student here. The band ference with Dr. Cole yesterday, Ir _

Jtlierii market opened a branch Is newly uniformed In white passing through the city en routeto /
irlbutlng plant and retail store I trousers and green coats (college Fernandina. Dr. Kern will have

> Friday. Miss Lucy Francis colors) The citizens generally are charge of the preliminary work In TpR pw
bieflcld. who founded the Com1) I Interested and probably will do- Nassau county, going there from
; tt
)y fourteen years ago, will repnt nate the necessary funds to take TaYlor) county. He also has been e ,:. \ t _
the company at the open- the band to Tallahassee and back. active In the cleaning up of the () oLJN k .

An invitation was extended to the tick In Gulf and Bay counties and QpN AM ,
band to take part In the inauguration before coming to Florida was In I l
learwaterStrawberry grow- ceremonies by Governor Carl- the federal service In Virginia and

lot! this section are anticipating ton while he was here last week' North Carolina. l -
You oil
cart buy thin SAFE motor by
orthern Christmas market of Other
Stetson's Homecoming day. A88ll111mt'ntll r0R0\
i quart for their production. J. Other assignments Into the new 4b1OR Ow the quart at any Pan-Am station; or I c''

I Williamson, president of the Tampa-Western fruit growersIn counties as made by Dr. Cole were in the handy Jitoe- and one-gallon ,

Vllas County Berry Growers' convention at Riverside, Calif., announced yesterday as: tins shown '..,r.". 1 1t
joclatlon made that prediction. Friday vgere warned that they Dr. D. B. Pellette, who has had ,J t }4
the first time, the growers must adjust production to meet de- charge of the work in Jefferson I '
I take their crops to the north- mand, by Nils A. Olsen ,of the bu- and Madison counties, to'Clay 9i j
and eastern markets It was reau of agricultural economics, according county: ; and Dr. J. 'P. Mack, now I

Hid., to a special dispatch received In charge of the eradication program .
plac in Union to also takEover i 3f "r
here. No restrictions county, < MOTOR t
( 'OI'L.
lirlanna- -T. J. Brooks, direr ed on shipments by California or the preliminary work Ii] s

jot the State Bureau of Immlon ange growers can be effective because Bradford. No men as yet have beet] .
In speaking'for Commls- of the prospective competition assigned for duty In Gilchrist am ,
"r'JI' Agriculture Nathan Mayo of Florida fruit and the up Levy counties Dr. Cole's. &nlouncement .

annual Satsuma Orange Fes- ward trend in the production ol lI said. ::1

I I., held here, declared that he competing products, Olsen was Dr. J. It. Wirthlln begins the ''J r f.j '
.d rather know that Floridad quoted as saying. Blind competition !- preliminary work In Duval count;] QUA
be noted in the future for : between growers of the same next Tuesday November 12. It "

r\31\ men and women than for fruit: Irt different areas and be. will be his duty to construct the : .
[inai' ape\ or Industries. tween competing produce was in necessary new vats. or. recondition
largo measure responsible for the the old vats found in a usable i'on. .

une Mrs. W. R. Ben dlElcult: situation In which lltlon for the active work to begin:
very '
norary deputy game find themselves,, In this county about March 1,,
terta n growers
uty.with brought her husband eight: he was said to have. declared.HAMPTON- 929. '' ; starts uu derg"Uli : r 0 U n (1

unty court here and .tNONO..ONN1.0..N.. .....O .......' .. .,.... ,. ,
w>th violation of the 0

< Shooting squir- : THEKESSAtll 1 "e : refining is important, similar in all r'sl pvets lo llioso act lip ,

ion was the specific MlM 4.l. :\Iu....... ('er. e> ..x Iliiby" tlutraetl.e Cor., .., 0 : :;.: '" i
marshu A c .
also license.bunting Substan- .. ..O........ .. .. ,.04.C 0..COttl90q.0...!0.e of course. Jut. no motor oil can hy the leading: automotive engineers 4

: meted out In each Mr. Callls Manning who Is op- Mrs. Jim Koou and daughter,, ''l ac tougher or longer-wearing: than us the ideal luiiricaiit! for modern .

Mrs Bennett herselfmen erating the Hampton Barber ShopIs Dorothy, of Wuldo visited her tl '
Into the court making quite a success of the parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. P. Pad- the cnll petroleum from which it motors.

I 11. .1 hen shooting charge. work. lie has had his shop repaired gett Saturday afternoon. '"
and repainted and gives his Among those who were business is refined.. .
., 'h- ,! i Fill up, today I at the I first .-UII-.nt
':''J signal R. M. Kersey,. T. II. Walllce and n
H :man, Is carrying an C. K. Heath, assistant ,
'.& a ..ing as a result of fall4 malntalner! spent the week- James Trlest. '. That is why only pure paraflln-hasc station you sec. Every dealer hUH nscientifically t

"p at. the wheel of his au.'U end in Savannah. Mrs. I. Dylkes and Mrs. Charles
crudes used; PanAm chart
a re making prepared
of of Lake Geneva visited
( \\I night after returning Mr. B. Haynes and family Forsyth ,
t. .., from a long drive. Winter Haven, were the guests of Mrs. W. A. Jones Thursday.Mr. '
:, 0 II w block of his home, Mr. Haynes' parents Mr. and Sirs. and Mrs. F, S. Jones of MIami Motor Oil. For nature has showing just the right grade j d

UIK trachlne struck a park- O. Haynes this week. are visiting Mrs. Jones' brother this kind '
petroleum of Pan-Antl\IotorOil to
,HIlT lie from which a young Mn. R. M. Faver pnd daughter I and family, Mr. D. I. Phillips. exceptional protectyour -

''an .> a man escort were Miss Mary Blanche, spent several Mrs. It!. W. Lee, Jr., and children qualities. It produces a,
"lr of Doctors Inlet here ,, car.
, Neither of the latter days here this week. are for
t.rt: ut Gorsllne was taken Mrs. I. J. Priest Is spending this a few day. visit with her brother urnotoroil that noathcrtype can f f r j
It.., .,' ta an ambulance. He week In Green Cove Springs the Mr. D. I. Phillips "
'I. and Herbert Mr. and Mrs. RuffanT Zeigler The I'an-Ani sign nay )"Oll can trade .
ugly injured guest of her sons. Emery equal in safety and I long wear. 'r
Priest. of Gainesville, was here Sunday '
with confidence 'here. It is only .
llf The most favorable Rev Taylor filled his regular ap- visiting", his parents, Mr. and ]Mrs..

"ul''. 'inyears' faces Sem- pointment at the Baptist church I. J. Zeigler. The qualities! of Pun-Ant arc I sued to dealers of proved reliability. t .

U1! celery growers, who near Island Grove last Sunday. Miss Edith Collins of Gainesville
''f n irly a third of the total i Mrs. Sharehouse and daughter, 'was visiting" friend here ;

t''. ratted States, accord- of Hawthorne were the guests of Sunday.Mr. ''I *
to J r Hutchinson, general : her sister :Mrs. L.. O. Johns. and Mrs. John Hall and Pan c-x4merican: Petroleum Corporation : '
'*' >' the Sanford-Oviedo Mrs O. W. Shaw and son Harvey ,children, have returned to their

1 Growers, Inc.. one of thePat.ing Shaw Mrs. Easton and Mrs.H. 'home at Starke after a few day I.!
" organizations here. F. Chesser were visiting. 'visit here with relatives. Alt dhtr&Mtort ] KIP inucticMt, SEMDAC auto Polish and SUPERLA tndltt
hlnaon bas Just returned to Jacksonville this week. Calvin Hall was a business visitor /

rd from a six weeka' trIp Mils ]Maggie. Burnette of Geor- to Starke Saturday. i

"rb I> the principal marketing cU Is the guest of Mrs. Ruth Delk. Rev .8.. ,JU.Dodd ;r...euh.c 'bls t t '. .t


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I fI 49 Contracts };It.U)U'\TIOS KKAI'S: PROVED 1


: c:1 l t -- For Road Work I TO ALL SCCCESS

Seventeenth Justice has finally meted out the
S e e e
S e
4J In Nine Months penalty for violently interferingwith S s

QxielyI i employees of the United "Don't Grope In Dark And Smother K'In

States Department of Agriculture Says Leader. Effort>
exe-cution i : engaged In tick eradication In

I Phone 29 i projects In Florida were let by Kchols county Georgia. I PA diaries B

Anniversary the State Road Department duringthe The department is in receipt of TJRILADELPIIIA, exponent ol .
i, first nine months of 1928 according information showing that United ..
Business problems manufacturer IDC
I Y. \v. A. SIIKTS: : edeil her card club last Thursday to figures made public by States court for the Southern Dis- ,." ,
afternoon at her attractive home. the department.The trict of Georgia, recently returneda turer snit president of a leadln-

The regular monthly meeting of Several progressions were en- contracts included the erection verdict of guilty and imposed a Philadelphia leather goods manulac .'

the Y. W. A. was held Friday evening joyed after which Mrs. Sternberg of seven bridges, one of which penalty of 7 years Imprisonmentand business Cory has success Rounded, 'according the Keynote to lead o

SALEAT Nov. 9th at the borne of Mrs. received a sweet pea vase as holder Iis 4,430 feet long, and whose com- $11,000 fine against Mann era. In his analyses of the Intrlnsu
0. P. Raymond of high score, while to Mrs. A. pletion will 'entail an expenditureof Carter of Echols county, and 7 value of advertising which he make
A delicious dinner prepared by Z. Adklns was presented a lemon over half a million dollars. It years imprisonment and $1,000 in his book -Dollars and Sen..." soot

the ladles of the W. M. 8., and plate and fork. A beautiful linen Is to be placed over the Caloosa- fine against his son, Will Carter, to be published. /
served by Mrs. James Shepard: handkerchief was presented to batchee river in Lee county. for conspiracy and violently Interfering "Advertising Is the backbone o .
Mrs. J. H. Lord and Mrs. G. P. ]Mrs, R. F. Domerost as a birthdaygift. The highway contracts closed by with employees of the America's prosperity." says Mr Carpenter 1VLChuries
"E"ery'.uccell8tuJ buslnei
Raymond, was enjoyed by all the department call for work on Federal Bureau of Animal Industry
can base Its results on advertisingPeople !
jobs of from hard-surfaced roads i In the performance of their official
After dinner a very lovely program Mrs. Johns guests Included: who are half successes eouir
about Mexico was rendered. Mm. A. Z. Adklns. Mrs Edward down to the hauling of rock and duties in connection with tick treble thetr earnings If they woult-

f i I Those taking part were Misses Burns, Mrs. It. F. Demorest. Mrs. erection of guard rails. eradication. The Jury's verldctwas only advertise properly. Answer m
STERH'SEach Jussle Mae Bennett, Blanche Alderman O. L. Haynes Mrs. J. C. Robinson Twenty-one counties of the state reached in about two hours, this: How Is anybody going to kno
Elizabeth Andrews, EunIce > Mrs. N. Sternberg, Mrs. W. benefited by the contracts. They and In passing sentence the Judge whet you sell or what you do unles*
Perkins Mildred Gill, Ethel M. Wainwright, Mrs. Lenthall Wy- are Alachua Levy Hlllsborough, informed the defendants that he you tell theme Thousands la Amer
will know what It
never meantto
Griffin and Inez Abernathy. man Mrs. J. E. Corpenlng, Mrs.J. Suwanne., Polk Holmes. Gadvden, was giving them the maximum lea advertise until they try It. A mar
j A solo. Open Mine Eyes, was C. Hoover, Mrs. W. B. Parks Escambla.! Palm Beach Lake. Col- penalty.: gropes In the dark and smother bit
purchase made dur- sung! by Miss Mildred Gill, accompanied and Miss Mabel Weller. lier, Osceola Glades Clay, Oka- In addition to the foregoing own' heroic efforts when be falls tad -
bx Miss Ethel Griffin. i loosa Jefferson, Bay, Lee, Leon convictions and sentences, six other veru e.."

ing (his SALE represents The meeting was closed with BAPTIST W. M. S. M' HTISW Gulf and Franklin with a num- young men of Echols county are Mr. Carpenter Is a philosopher anc
prayer led by Mrs. (;eo. C. White. ber of them getting two and more now each serving a term of six originator and bas specialized In the
study ot business problems. He It
projects. for simi
substantial saving. Circle No. One with Mrs. J. M. months imprisonment a
a I i.I'TINT \V. M. H. KXI-M'fTIVK: : The contracts let by the depart- lar offense. the author of many magazine article
('O. I. IITTP:.: MKKTS: : Brownlee as leader met Monday ment during the! nine-month period These out of opposi- on business subjects. FrIend. call
cases grew
afternoon at three o'clock at the him the "reformed reformer" and he
home of Mrs. P. M. Barefoot: call for the construction of a totalof tion to the work of eradicating cat Is well known as radically opposed to l& uipr I ,, r.
The first quarterly executive The devotional and business 462.20 miles of roads and 6,820 tie ticks In Echols county, Georgia radicalism.In "I've seen huncir! ,
't Men's Goodyear welt oxfords meeting of the W. M. $., of New meeting was In charge of the leader. feet of bridges: at a contract of which resulted, during 1923, his book "Dollars and Sense" failures turned: : ?, hUll
black tan- River Association, was held last Mrs. P. M. Barefoot 499225622. Most of the expense In the destruction of cattle dipping be flagrantly attacks statements that ceases when a belle let m IdTeru,) '
or was
Saturday afternoon in the Starke advertising is "bunk."No firm, no
took the
elected and was borne by the counties vats burning'of spraying pens In- helm or mm ndni: | t
Baptist Church with nine mem- secretary treasurer themselves city, no country no-one can climb cern. Always remember
terference with bureau employees that
; .0
and Mrs. W. J, Epperson was elect- the ladder of without adver-
,body In this world
I $3.50Ladies bers present.. want
what ,
I In the performance'of their work,
: ed Mlsaislon Study chairman. This HOPE tising." he says. "It must come In got. If Its good there
C C'titl The president, Mrs. W. J. Ep GROWERS' with the result that one bureau are thorn
form. either word of mouth,
circle decided to take up the some by thnt want It It )itt and there
' I person, opened the meeting by study of the book on stewardship, FOR LOWERED' agent was killed and one seriously writing or by picture. From the day few that want It i remember I'a
Coats All Fur reading Psalms 67, after which ndJfl.I of Adam to the time man has Barnum
and plans were made for preparingthe ICING COSTS wou present once jald-there', t w,,
Mrs. T. J. Terry of Lawtey offer- used some form of advertising. You born
l trimmed ranging from Chrlmas box for the orphan Notwithstanding wellorganized every minute) But bow
ed prayer. Plans of the work for I opposition to the dipping of yourself, are an advertisement. Everybody you to let them know 'OU'" got ,
girl at Arcadia which these Clrcle'8
the new assoclational year were Florida citrus growers, now receiving cattle tick eradication has been unconsciously advertises something you do not advertise Keep on oi,
$6.95Children's clothe Work for the new benefits of about himself. Advertising Ing stone wall
a freight rate and
freely discussed and It was decid- fully completed in Echols countyas I pouts aim to
ed that the first quarterly rally year was also discussed reduction amounting to more than must be good or we would never have self. Advertising is easy, cheap
Circle No. Two met at the home well as In all adjacent territoryIn the thousands of newspapers and profitable.
((1,000,000 in fairway I
a would be held In one of the southern year are a
Coals, good district! churches In January, of the leader, Mrs. G. P. Raymond to win another reduction in Georgia, and from expressionsof magazines! today who rely on advertising Mr. Carpenter oleo says that t h>,
Monday afternoon with several appreciation received from cat- for their income. Those who ness needs no defense because >j
fur trimmed and Mrs. L. S. Harris of Lacrosse marketing costs amounting to ap- disbelieve Its value should be taken
quality $6.50 members present After the de- tle owners and others general sat- as nearly right at any other his:
value. i wbuld have charge of the program. proximately $500,000 a year. isfaction prevails as the result.In under a mothering arm and shown activity considering the chiJ
votional the
The subject of reporting promptlyto meeting regular rou- This time the reduction, If it commenting on the verdIct' before and after effects of advertising. which It has undergone in thi ]
"" tine of business was brought up Is allowed, will be In refrigeration decades
Assoclational officers was -
'I Dr. R. A, Ramsey, In charge of
I and Mrs. J. W. Edwards elect
$4.95 was costs, which
t1 t1I urged so that the reports are exceedingly Federal tick eradication activities, -
ed and treasurer for the
would not be delayed. It secretary I heavy in shipment of Florida
coming/ year. Plans were also remarked that It is unfortunatethat the business session plans were .Jo.t'I". ST\I. n\
perishables to the
and carried that principal mar-
I was also moved
In sections there Is stillmlsgu'ded
I made for this circle to do her some
Flannel in partIn kets of the nation. completed for entertaining the
Outing a variety the next executive meeting would
sending the at Arcadia : opposition; to the con- John L. Slanlpl'', ;,.
orphan girl :
: '
date and E. D. Dow, traffic of Federation of Clubs of Section ps'
of be held on the same place manager
striped patterns structive work, sponsored by the .
: Christmas box. ,
us the rally. It was also decided! a the Florida Citrus Exchange, anda Four here at the home of" I II
state officials and receiving Federal Friday.
to take $10.00 ot the assorlatlonai] Circle No. Three was entertained member of the executive committee Crescent str'I.1"! I.' d'" a i
12 l-2c co-operation. In most of the I Mrs. II. V. Knight and Miss
at the home of the leader, Mrs.A. at local ,
money this to be given on our of the Growers and Shippers a hoKlns II 'n.'
Ruby Anniversary quota for Baptist !M. Darby Monday afte'rnoon.The league, of Florida, left Sun South however, the eradication Ethel Griffin delighted the aud- night follo\\'lnl< I. ,.
of cattle ticks Is going forward
Honor Day. Standard A-l was devotional and business was In day for Washington' to represent ) I ience with two piano duets, "Con- Etalsby was a 11a'm" ,
LL Sheeting the regular the goal set for New River Association charge of Mrs. Darby and many interesting the league in a conference on a.,. rapidly with the hearty support of stantinople" by Atherton and "Entry II Ga.. coming/; III h '11
cattle officials and
15c grade- this year. The meeting! plans were discussed: by report in the case, which has been owners, gen- ,' of Gladiators" by Fucik. years ago/; from "' He
adjourned with all repeating theLord's this circle with reference to the before the Interstate commerce eral public. Mrs. L. A. Davis and Mrs. A. Z. ; a member of ..h i' \I"tb!

12 I l-2c prayer, new years work. Mrs. J H. Ilund- commission about two yeais. KKIJKKATIOX: ('J 'Il,4! Adkins were chosen as delegatesfrom church at LawI, t"., 118"01"

Inez Abernathy, Pub. Chm. ley was elected secretary and ('ongnumi4 M Sought ItiiiHo TO :MKKT: : IX ST. RILE I the Starke club for the Fed- Free and AI"CPIJl"cj" hl).,"' II"J..awtey.
: .. treasurer and Mrs. F. F. Flume It will be some time, however eration meeting. A garden club lie hismai tend. ,

RR Sheeting the usual :MUM.! JOHNS! IIOHTI'XS TO was elected chalrmn of the trans- before the commission will l passon The Starke--Wan's club will was voted upon, this club to be under lhls city who'II! tu.' I I h,
C.\IU) ('I.l'" portation committee. Plans were of his deuth. SUII'"IIf\ '
the case and even should Florida be hostess to officers and membersof i the direction of the beautification -
121.2c grade also completed for helping send a growers be successful, moat eighteen neighboring clubs, committee. daughters. Sir'l" ',rds Reddli

Chrysanthemums pink rOlleswel' Christmas box to the orphan girlat of the season probably will be known as Section 4, of the Florida i, During; the social hour a salad Starke; Mrs 0 I M. I.s,"i d'metto '
: lOc chosen by Mrs. 10/ M. Johnsas Arcadia, which the three circle. over before the change could be Federation Woman's Clubs at course with hot tea was served by Fla' 41i tlx,.w refBradley

r decorations when sho entertain- are clothing./ made effective.. an all-day meeting today. the following hostesses: Mesdames of this "'n \ d I tla f

The cane la of particular Inter- The reception committee will Edward Burns, J. W. Andrews Jr., DeBlasl of WashlllJ
Pointe.losiery regular judgment: awarded plaintiff for est to rate men because It was consist of the officers of the Starke O. L. Beasley, O, 5!. Inman, I it. S. I'el'al arrangements/ t'" ar''

L $1.50 full fashioned hose Circuit Court $226.77. I instituted by companies operating club who are: Mrs (I. M. Inman, Carleton. R. F. Demorest W. G.Halle charge of the Anirvh. 'un
Criminal Ciuuw refrigerator cars which sought an president; Mrs. D. I. Ames, first I' S. 1t. Johns and A. W. An- Parlors, hart' II'" ', mph

$1.35 Adjourns FridayFall State of Florida vs James My Increase in rates. The Growers vice president; Miss Mabel Weller, derson. but will be ,11111.t liteTme
and Shippers league and other and .-- -Cnlon
ers Clarence Green, Priestly I recording secretary, Mrs. E. OPKXS! STORE ..
term of circuit court ad. Green, assault with intent to commit shipper organizations, and the K. Perryman, treasurer. ElTItI'-: IInill\t.- !1.iEi'
murder not guilty. Florida Citrus: Exchange: went to Section 4 wille b honored by the
Pointex hosiery-the regular journed Friday morning following State of Florida; vs Rhett Draw- bat to maintain existing rate presence of Mrs. Murray L. Stan- J. II. Lord has bpened head I
$1.65 hose a four-day sesHlon. No Impor dy, perjury; continued by'consent The refrigerator companies then ley of Daytona Beach, state presi- quarters hi Woodbridge block, Hunters hunting art Ib 1\1, t
tant trials were scheduled for made a bad break. They suggested east of the railway, for dealing In their '
State of Florida vs Cecil Draw dent of the Florida federation and J j Tex: 1 i 1 II"" 01'
$1.50Men's hearing at this session and attend dy, perjury continued by consent the commission appoint a committee Immediately following the luncheon j) second hand household goods and son opening nardln'", lilli'1' dueand
ante was lII bt. The grand jury State of Florida vs Ury Reddish, to look over their books to at the clubhouse Mrs. Stanley's i clothing according to announcement Judge waif rOl"1I \ItO' d.
wan in session two days and was see how little they were 'I to be found in this issue of not
et als., larceny of domestic anlmals making. favorite tree, Jhe Dog Wood, will Tin, iri. n" 1 CO'
Pin Check work discharged Wednesday following : nolle pressed upon motionof The commission agreed and when be planted in the club house yard'! the Telegraph. The store was established open season huntlnn) ,,.,!JIOI ell)l
to All the demand In this ing of the
of their duties. The the
completion Investigators reported back it
state attorney. In her "honor. A specimen tree I oJllIAe plan| '
Trousers-Otis quality following true and no bill were looked as though the section for this class of merchan- done 'away with
State of Florida vs Casey Atkinson : express companies has been selected by members of m.' .U> nil'
fllleil. by that body: desertion and nonsupport were getting entirely too the United States forest service i dise, and to furnish an outlet for to be out the tuft, 111' 1
I those who had second .hand articles in before Momlio
$1 True Hill much !
; clerk ordered to Issue capias station, located in Starke and the
.. State of' Florida" vs Casey Atkinson and bond fixed at $500. I'rofltcil. Too Miuli public Is being urged to attend the In good condition- for sale. licensee.

desertion and nonsupport.State State of Florida vs Ben Melvin, The Investigation by the com- exercises at 1J30 o'clock. r'I
Ladies patent leather of Florida vs Walter desertion and non-support; con- slon showed that on full refrigeration Mrs. William L. Wilson of Pan

strap Slippers $3.50 grade Green forgery and uttering a for-' tinued upon. motion of state at- shipments to New York for In- ama City vice president at large
gery. torney. stance, the companies were charg- will also be present, and Mrs. O. O.
State of Florida vs Ben Melvin, State of Florida vs Walter ing 73.25 a car for what cost Williams of Green Cove Springs,

$2.69Men's desertion and non-support. Green, forgery and uttering a forgery them $60.67., Including a reasonable vice president in charge of Section -
State of Florida vs Will Hart, ; found guilty of uttering a profit, making a difference 4, will preside at all business r

breaking and entering. forgery; twelve months In county of 12.68 'on Florida fruits and sessions. e
triple stitched State of Florida vs Buddy Mc. jail. vegetables which it seemed should Besides the state officers men-

work Shirt, regular $1.00 Lain and Harry Jackson breaking State> of Florida vs W, F. Evans not be taken from Florida grower tioned there will be many other ..aV
value and entering. obtaining goods under false pre- ,. This is the amount the league prominent women present.

State of Florida vs Dogan tense; motion to quash indictment hopes to have rebated on such The detailed program follows:
i Knabb, assault commit murder. granted. shipments. On precooled shipments Meeting called to order at 10a. r .i

79cMen's # State of Florida vs W. F. Evan",, State of Florida vs Will Hart, the cost of 20 percent of full refrigeration m.;' openelng song America

obtaining goods under false pre- breaking and entering; withdrew and a large part of ; Invocation Dr. George II. Low- I

tense. plea of not guilty and entered fruit shipped today goes under full ry local Presbyterian pastor; Wel-

I ribbed medium Vo lolls plea of guilty; six months In coun- or partial refrigeration.The come song Club Greetings; salute
weight Union Suits State ot Florida vs Ed Rlgdon, ty Jail. league Is particularly hope- the flag;; address of welcome Mrs.

Riley Dixon, Tom Dupont, Clyde State of Florida vs Dogan ful of a favorable decision since G. M. Inman president of Hostess

I $1.00Red I Robinson, Leroy McNeal Cleve Knabb assault to commit murder; the evidence on which the commission club', :. response _for_ the_.n section.' _Mm.___. DAYSThe
Mersey continued for term upon motionof will base' its decision was col- Marcus C. Fagg. of Jacksonville IN PURITAN
C'itll 'Itlt'M defense. lected by the commission itself. Woman's club; reading of minutes -

? Willie Kdmonson vs R, R. State of Florida vs Randolph Other evidence, however also was ; roll call of clubs, names of
Top Dress Shirts in Crosby, Geo. Cone and J. T. Anderson assault to commit inure submitted by the league the exchange delegates present; appointment of

white and other patterns Barnes, damages $500; continuedby der In first degree; defendant not and other shipping organizations. resolution committee; music; ad- only means of protecting possessions irj

consent. appearing, court ordered bond, dress by state president Mrs. Mur- fu"h l in Go f
$1.00 Willie I'!. Scarborough, admtn- with G. W. Parker and John Pat- Tuesday's conference was call- ray L. Stanley; greetings from vice Puritan Days was an unfaltering

Istrator estate Jasper Scarborough terson as sureties estreated. ed to go over the.report of examIners president at large Mrs. WilliamL. fire a,.m-
personal and trusty
Vs 'M. Rhoden; administrator estate State ot 'Florida vs Ruddy Mc- for the commission to see if Wilson; reports of sectional bravery a

Blankets ranging in price J. B. Rhoden, damages $800; Lain and Harry Jackson breakingand any exceptions will be taken to It.: chairmen; Invitations for next an- conserved}'|
attended by T. T. Turns Today estates protected
continued by consent upon plaintIff entering found guilty by It will be nual sectional meeting; luncheon are

according to quality from. paying costs of continuance. jury; McLaln sentenced to, 12 bull counsel for the Florida Railroad 12:30: to 1:30 served by hostess financial institutions which should bt

American olesale Corporation months in county jail Jackson die: commission; Fred Pettljohn. club at clubhouse; tree plantingand strong

$1.98 vs C. B. Roberts, damages $600; charged. I accountant for the Florida com- song On Forest Land. appointed in a will.
defendant withdrew plea and Judgment mission; C. R. Marshall counsel Invocation, Mrs. W. S. Jennings;
i entered against defendant SH1.VM, UnliT OI'ERA11NU'rho : : for' the league and other address. Mr. S. Bryan Jennings;
I for $326.39. ; Oral argument Is 8et' for Dec. dedication address, Mrs. G. M. In-

in Winer Feed Co. vs J. F. Houser, automatic signal light 7 at Washington, after which the man; violin solo, Miss Elsie Buck;
Every day every way damages $''-110 ; judgment awarded placed at the Intersection of Call commission will hand down a de- address, state forester; song Flor-

plaintiff for $144.28. and Walnut streets was used for cision In its own time although ida the Beautiful.
more people are beginning W. M. Bryan VII C. W, Ford, re- the first time late Saturday'after prompt action Is expected becausethe Meeting called to order at 2:30: ; BANK STARKEA
to realize that plevin, damages $1000; cause not noon and night working very sat- case will set a precedent In selections by Starke club chorus;
at Issue. isfactory. The light was set to other Important refrigerator cases roll call by clubs for reports Mrs.
Hey wood-Wakefleld Company v.H change every thirty second at'the now up for hearing. William Wilson : report of com-
G. Mason damages $1000; start, but this was considered'' too The first bearing in the case was mittee on resolutions; parting
IT PAYS TO BUY AT judgment awarded plaintiff for slow and was changed to twenty held at Jacksonville April 26, song.

695.63. seconds. Both right and left hand 1927, and the final hearing was at ROLL OF HONOR 3A111iE. *

Bradford County Bank vs E. C. turns are prohibited on a red Washington last January. ttOMAN'S! fl.Uli HOLDVRl .
lersey and R. F. Nolam, damages light, according to the authorities Fruit shippers of five states .(]t'L.tR MEETING: :
$500 judgment awarded plaintiff also Florida. Georgia North Carolina : Ca ble'
; and pedestrians are requiredto
STERH'SSTARKE S T ( for $292.81. Attorney for defendants observe the signals on crossing South Carolina and Virginia will The regular meeting of the S. Matthews, Pres. R. J. Davis'

moved for new trial; wotlon the street at this corner.Jacksotk.UIw be> affected by the decision. The Starke Woman's Club was held
tented and defendant allowed 60 -. Fruit Growers Express Company I Wednesday afternoon at the clubhouse

days to Ale bill of exceptions! -Permit issued for Instituted the action which will with a large attendance.The ,
I: FLA. Kelly-Springfield Tire Company{ construction of two modern two- affect, however all companies operating meeting was opened by the

vi J, 1 F.; Houser, damajeS U""I f _left,- titlU apartment hous il. la the territory-; President Mrs. Inman, and during ..SYS@ac c racaucacac c tcs cacicar cwnc7SZS

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i i to St. Augustine and Jacksonvi 9 Uftlow, Patricia and Audrey I II I I.utherfoody and! t'

IIi ,-;;-: 1I111111t11I1I1II1I11lPt'rl \ / I Sunday. and Wesley Bryan and Browar I : BROOKER \ Norman Gay, nf Lacrosse wr.. '
Strickland attended the "Slngln
MUs IVnile liioy I ,
the Theatre I I In
What? New second hand store! Fool"< at Imperial : '

I Bits oflocal I Jacksonville Friday evening. ... +Nf.1111...AN1Mr. 1NONI evening.! :
I Mr. Luther bloody and Mr. Norman '
It .B. Arwood T. J
I Mesdames Miss Bonnie Snellgrove; of Ta Leo Dyal and :Miss, Josephltie Gay of Lacrosse, were visitIng L''
J. H. Pitts, of ,
and Lawte 1
varett. was week-end guest of Chesser 'Were visitors to at the home of Misses Lorena
? i attended the Executive: meeting i 01I Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Snyder. tills
EasyONEY the Baptist W. M. U. held at tbe, Snellgrove taught In the Bradford Starke last Friday and Ozena Greene at a birthday
of- !Mr Leslie Green was transacting t -
I Baptist church here Saturday High School last term and hai party last Monday night.

I n Concerning Our People, Basinets and ternoon.Mr. many friends here who welcomed) business in Jacksonville last Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Hazen of i r 1

!a. 3 Progress of the County and Town. and Mrs. O. L. Beasley of her visit. Friday.!Mrs "-. A. Till. of Lakeland Hawthorne spent Sunday hero ;
D11.. or I with friends and relative.
\ 3 Starke Mrs. Beasley is 1
An interesting photo of James spending some time here with +

,3tc....CJC.'JC'acracjc...cjC'JC'...c...c...c...c..c...c,irairacTaFarararacriir...F....p....rr..L'....L..-.irWKKKLY ...... Gainesville attended Mr. Prewltt Frederick Carnell. twenty-two friends and relatives Mr. and Mrs. A. B. CruMby are ,
:::s====== ========. = ============= fun mil 1 here on "'ednesday.Nasaau months old son of Mr.! and Mrs !MiIt.. II. Green wag attending spending some (time In JackHonvllle iti VIry,

i \\KATIIKR: REPORT Mrs. W. H. Biggs and Mrs i County Leader, Ferimndlna. Stanley. Carnell of Ormond. appeared to business\ in Jacksonville last with friends and relatives

Wooten of Lawtey were visitor! i 1 in Sunday's issue of the Friday.Mr. I I Mr. and !Mrs. Luther Eubanks\ rand
Nov. 6 to 13, 1928. Where? Call street, next to Foi Times-Union.! Young Carnell it O. W. Barry and II. P. (children were visiting friend. t ,
to Starke Tuesday afternoon.Mr.
OW ? Date Max. Mln. Prectp{ entry office. the grandson of Mr. and !Mrs F,. Galney were transactIng business\ and relatives In Jacksonville last la

Nov..w:6: 81 67 A. Scott. In Lake Puller last Saturday. Saturday./
Nov. l' 80' 67 .2' and Mrs. H. D. May of The Callta' Manning fort-marly of the 1 Mr. and !Mrs. J. J. Morgan and Mr. 1<;. S. Galney of Plant City

Nov. 8 76)' 66 ressa, were visitors to Starke Sat City Barber Shop is now locateat Mrs. J, P. Robinson/ returned Mrs Sally Moll and !Mr. S. M.! spent Sunday night here with relatives v
," '63 : urday afternoon.Mrs. Hampton where he has charg; 1
Nov.9 7.4 Saturday: from Tampa where she Mott were attending church at
Nov. 10.. 71. 65 of the Hampton Harbor Shop pui, had spent two weeks with her Little Springs/ last Saturday. e

I Nov. 11 63 44 -I Maurice DeSha of Waldo, chased by him several months age daughter, Mrs. W. L. Archer. She I Mr. and Mrs, Bloxham Ward <'.tilOP.' THANKS: J

Nov. Ii:,; Tt 40 was shopping in Starke Tuesday: was accompanied by Mr. and Mrs, and children of Texas are spending r ,' +
I Nov. 13 70 42 afternoon.Col. Mr. and !Mrs. E. C. Tappen who Archer, who will spend the nexttwo some tme: here with friends The undersigned wish to extend
have been enjoying a Severn weeks visiting friends and and relatives. our ,heartfelt thanks for the expressions '

Total rainfall __,_. ___i------ Joe Hill Williams of Lake I months visit with relatives In New relatives In Georgia. !Mrs C. C. Melvin and children of sympathy In the death ,f'of "
Our) Buying !I i and Long Island N. Y. dear and I
Butler was attending to businessIn York City : our Don grandson W.
I I ----- and Misses Odessa Crawford! and t
i Ulrth Starke Tuesday afternoon. 'returned to their home here las Fixtures are being set in Cor- Lois Galney were attending: to 0., also for the beautiful flowers!: & 4' r

Mr. and Mrs.. J.. B. \ Brooker, 'week penlng's Drug Store this week a business In Starke last Monday.. which covered the mound where i '
Green Cove Springs boy, November Miss Louie Belle Carter ol handsome 12-foot fountain being The Brooker boys' team of bimketliall !our darling one sleeps '. +'
Enables Lawtey: was visiting friends in Mrs. J. M. Alvarez, Mr. and Mm part of the equipment for thin matured over to Lacrosse Mr and Mrs O O. Parrish '

Wver E 12th. N'\l'ul Starke Tuesday afternoon. D. A. Montleth Ralph Rhodes Jr. modern store. Work on remodelingthe last \Friday and played H very Interesting Mr. and Mrs. W. M. llodgpn.Ml vLI' r '
Mr. and Mrs. \ Starke and. Hilly Graham, spent the weekend Pt
building now occupied by the
girl November 14th. game. If they did get 'I'U'I'1III
J. H. Lawrence of Keystone In Savannah and attended titGeorgiaFlorida drug store will begin as soon as beat. The score came out SJ-11 ,
1 Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Prescott
Heights was a visitor to Starke football game. the balance of the fixtures are net In Lacrosse's favor. They wereaccompanied Court nf. County. Jtulwv, 111"ad I-
Us to Sell !I Starke girl November llth. Wednesday afternoon. In place and the stock moved Its font ('''"111)'. "'",,'101.... ''
by the girls' town
, ; Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Mlddleton Mr. .and Mrs. W. H. Stevensoi In Its: I elate of henry T iu'iceHtevuMHon 4
I .
new quarters team who
plaved a still butter!
i I Starke; girl November llth. Mrs. E. L, Biggs and Missee of Pittsburgh. Pa, are spendln Their NOT1CK' IH hereby Ktn tn nil '
iI game.; being 19-9 In "
I ei Starke looking after .whom I It unity tnrvrn.. Hint on /
I i Seed rye at Klckliter's.Mrs. Ethel Griffin and Claudia Gilchrisl several days In !Mrs\ T. S. Hewke. of South Walnut favor of LacrosHp. After the game I Till duly of jim-onilirl: A. 11.I 2thi y o-
spent Saturday In Jacksonville the business InterestH of their street received the sad news they served refreshments which will apply. to the llnitoriiKlo. Upoiga. '
Goods at ; Stevenson. A. lliiidlncr. Judas of. the above.
a i Lila Griffin', la pending the son, the late H. L. of the death at his home In Yonkers wan enjoyed by all. We did not na,ii,'d l court, Ht, BIN nltlrv In Htarko, ,
week visiting relatives In Tampa Dr. James K. Chase ot Ocala, ------ N. Y? of her only brother, Mr. give up by losing, but hope' to win Hiiniroril. county, Florida, UK J ud ge
.t .
Mrs. K. M. Johns attended or I'rolmlo, for order tn admit to
Col. and HII
at the
has been
t a recent guest A. V. Card, who, for the past next time. pi'otmttt, the hINt will unit tPMiimtfittof ,
' Onion sets at Klckllter's. of his son-in-law and daughter, the football game in Savannah tweiity-n'ne! years has been a very Mr. O. W. Hazen and son. Ralph theory. !dirge MIKVPIIMUII: 01"1111801.| | t.
...... Mr.! and Mrs J. C. Hoover. Saturday between the University successful photographer in the and tit the Name time and place I'
Reason- --- and Mr. K.: M. listen, transacting
i i of Florida and I the Unlver \ were will apply to the Judas nr the Hulit {
; ore Norman Ives. ,of Ocala spent city of Yonkers. Besides his only business In Starke lust Court for, tin nnlrr appointing. tea MMKxi'cutor

I Sunday in Starke with friends. Owen admit of Jacksonville,, slty of Georgia. sIster Mrs.\ Hewke, of Starke, he Tuesday. "I: of the..t 1100 sold| .lunt henry will Iditrjrt'.Hint tfntiiuiftit HtnvIMIHon -- r 1

i -- spent the week-end In Starke at Is survived by his widow three Mr. R. J. Lewis was attending lllC'HIIH4 '
l Syrup cans all sizes' at Kick (lie home of his mother. Mrs. Lila Mrs. 0. W. Andrews and son daughters and nine nine grnndchll- to business In Jacksonville lust Thin t KMUlli day I of Novnmtirr" A. *
I I' I I'X\
lie Rate than ;i liter's.Mr.\ Grimn. Reddish and little of granddaughterDorothy New lever: dren, all of Yonkers, N, Y. Tuesday.Messrs.. WILLIAM IIOI.MI'H'I'I'FI1'40S:/ : :: Y
Hazen lly A. H, -IIKWS.; 4
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Carlos Molls, F.lmer
and Miss! Hannah were shopping In. Starke 1<'rldayafternoon. ; l-IA-bt-li'14 inn AttotiKy.THE .
and Mrs. Thos. E. Uldham Mrs.! J. B. Sapp Nlfll.h rot'M -

and children, of Jacksonville\ Swindell, are enjoying a several \CiAI\HT IIO\\.UtlJ ._ ., o
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visitors to Starke Saturday. days visit, in Stuart. with !Mr II,.
Drug Store !! were and Mrs. A. O.uAmireu.,, Mr.\ and Mrs. P. M. Curtis ol Ga'neHVllle! Nov. 9.-Henry
jy y j Tampa were week-end guests; olMr. Howard, who shot and killed Mr. ,
Judge A. V. Long of Gainesville; ,,
; prominent visitor to Starke Mr. and Mrs II. I.. Brownlee and and !Mrs. W. O. Halle. !Mr, Gnann at }>Fairbanks after some
was a :
daughter Mary spent the week Curtis and( Mrs. II a lie are brother domestic trouble t was released\
I Saturday afternoon. >
end In DeLand with Col. and Mm. > and sister. from jell I this afternoon, the Brand/
the County. .. having failed to indict (liow-
i I Mr. and Mrs. Brooks Shipman J. E. Futch. ----------- I jury
I and little
Rev, and Mrs. Carleton '- nn\.
i of Green Cove Springs have been
recent .vlsltors to Starke. Mr. and Mia. II. 1. Barker and daughter: Doris, and Mrs H. J. I IUavls . . eto . .
daughter, of Tampa, were week- and, two little daughters Ids I . 4> 44 -

I I i William Green, of Jacksonville end guests of Col. and Mrs. A. S. Lulu and Marjorie were visitors) > I
pent the week-end with friends Crews. to Jacksonville I Church Services ,
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In Starke.Mr. .
J. and W. M. Wimberly of Tampa,
.. !Mr and !Mrs..1. Morgan
ehave Special -and--Mrs. J. S. Butler and son Clarence, of Brooker, were "pent( Tuesday In Starke with his\ ,' ... .. of> .. .,. .. 4> 4b. 4> 3

e :.,I son John, spent Thursday In Lake visitors to. Starke last Wednesday [hprly'u family,parents.who the !Mr.visiting and Mrs.Mrs. Wlm-A. IIIreen. ,I. 111'TIHT
City visiting friends. afternoon.Mr. Sunday school 10 a. in. J. F.

If ---- [ I (' supt.Worship ji

11. L. Hough of Brooker, was ft and Mrs. Bill Agin, and/llt- -- -- at II a. m. /and 7:30: p.
all of Will'ston: have been recent When? Saturday Nov. 17. '
Prices at business visitor to Starke Thursday tie son m. f
I aft'ernoon. guests: of !Mr. and !Mrs. Freeman --- II. Y. P.s at 8:30: p. m. ,;llf I
Register L. Warren of Jacksonville, was {I e
Mid-week service Wednesday,
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__ 4IF. weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs: I
r. | M 11 I
O. Andreu of 7:30 LION
Mr. and Mrs. A. : : p. m.
= Stuart, were week-end guests of C. Wall and J. M. Kdwardspent r. I.... PIckerill. lie was accompanied -- -
mes on Staplertlerchandise relatives In Starke. ; Saturday In Savannah, where ( back to the city Monday by HiHllVTiitl.\N: : :
they; attended the Florida-Georgia Vlr. and Mrs. PIckerill. ( Rev Oeo.! H. Lowry pastor ) I '
The lion is the King of Beasts. His roar is 'l'
Mesdames J. T. Moore and G. \V. football game. 10 a.m., Sunday school J. M. ; tI1

Brown of Lawtey were shoppingIn Mr. and Mrs. J. Shannon Butler, Truliy, tuipt the law of the jungle. ..
afternoon. Mrs. L. A. Johns and children anlllIttie( son John, spent Monday 11 u. m. Morning worship sermon

P Starke Friday mid Miss Louise Pitts of Hampton afternoon with relatives In Waldo, by I the pastor. The law of civilized\ ( regions is thrift.

W. B. Muncly, Jr., and J. Williams were- shopping In Starke Thurs toing; ov'j. to Gainesville In the 6:10: :! p. m. Christian/ Endeavor.

I are spending the week In lay afternoon )ivenlng to attend the performancef 7:30: p I m. Evening: worship He who is thrifty, can roach great power and

West Palm (Reach on business. and > the Williams- Stock Co.-- service of song and sermon.Pruyer prestige. He who is not thrifty! i is: submerged.Lay !. ;
Miss Blanche Alderman I I meeting Wednesday eve- ,
f' Hamilton Hitch were among the Remember; "Once In A Blue ning at 730.:
McCormick of basis future in
Johnnie firm for
football to Starke on Friday I all a your success
itarkeltea attending the rtoon. comes A cordial Invitation to our r
ville\ ,, is In Starke again Barber, and Is Shop.con- tame In Savannah Saturday. November 23. High School auditorium I services extended to all. life by starting a thrift account at this bank. 1 t '
with City
Get Our nected Admission 26, 60
I ------ 8 p. eti
ways Stop In Tuesday at Mitchell's\ Mrs. Harold C. Wall has been and :75c.Mr One dollar is enough for an initial. deposit. I '

several days In Tampa --- '
and buy your tickets" for "Onceln'A with pending her parents. !Mr. and Mrs. C. and Mrs. Elmer: Lazone, and [ ENT A WORD
Blue Moon.I
Prices FirstIITCHELL'S I T. Dutton. rtr. and Mrs. Lee Atlen and Stock little
Elmer of
was Miss a visitor Lois Gainey to Starke of Brooker Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Worley of Company, playing Iii Gainesville! COLUMN BRADFORD COUNTY BANK

Sunday In week, were guests Tuesday
afternoon. Valdosta Ga., spent this }FOR nKNT: -7-room house good
-- Starke visiting friends and rela- of, Misses Rosa and Addle Baisden. I condition on Madison Street It.

,Jacksonville has Ives. f ---- A. Green 11-2-tt.
I of
W. L. Shaw M, Brownlee, 7
and Mrs. J --- -
Mr. ------- Bradford Financial
here with the County's Stronghold
I position 1
accepted a
L. A. Canova, of Jacksonville and son and daughter; !Milton Jr., FOIt' KENT- .Furnished apart. bt'
City Barber !Shop.,? pent Sunday and Monday In ,nd Martha. and !Mrs. S. K Brownee merits' or rooms with fireplace fSTARI

Mrs.' J. S. Butler- and itarke with his mother-Mrs. EunIce spent Sunday In Gainesville and private bath: See Miss Addle -

little Mr. eon and spent;"Wednesday and C. Canova. with' Judge and Mrs. A. V. Long. Balsden 11-2-tf {);, FLORIDA '

I Thursday with relatives In Tampa. Col. D. E. Knight and State's Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Davis and WANTED- -to buy second hand i

Attorney H. V. Knight spent'hursday two sons of WHIUton Mr. and furniture all kinds of household ._._._ J
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", and Friday attending to 4rs. E. P. Wright. and O. C, DaIs goods and clothing Must be In
I Jacksonville spent Sunday good condition. J. II Lord' & 4
business in Gainesville. of : iv
Say it with Flowers In Starke with Mr. and Mrs! J. M. Co., Call street, next to Forestry / wI $ r

RUG STORE I. Flowers For All pent State's Monday Attorney and Tuesday H. V. Knight on a avls. office. i.---HAROLD C. i---r ;

for sale. $7.60
Occasions Business trip to Lakeland and Who? J. If. Lord & Co.
Farnpa. per cord delivered. Cheaper on INSURANCE8TARKK )

:.>' ------ Mr. and Mrs. Chas. 11. Pet ten- ground; at my place. Few( stock ,

Gertrude Godbey You will enjoy the amusing sit gill, of Fenton, Michigan arrived hogs for sale. C. Letsch Starke.ItF ;:, FLORIDA I s
mtlons that can only occur "OnceIn III Starke Tuesday by motor for a

Anderson a Blue Moon". Friday. November visit with Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Lord. Oil-8ALK- .2-0- acres good en!!: n"l.r..nhi| the Rest ....a
TARKE FLA. 23rd. High School auditorium. \II'. Pettengill Is the son of Mrs. 2 1-2 miles northwest of. Law- FIRE ACCIDENT LIFE AUTOMOBILE BOND LIABILITY i I

i Phone 89 Waldo. Fla. ord. fey, flrwt S400 takes it. Inquire of ADJUSTMENTS: l\L\JIo; IMIOMITLY r
anti Hartley of -- --
Roscoe -
Mrs -
!Mr. n. Frlgo: of Lawtey or write

Jacksonville. were week-end Mrs. J. P. Robinson and twoBons. Floyd !tuft. Ornnd Rapids, Mich. 11mImwIIWMmlmastmnrWalgmmnmllWnmminnlmannll. "''' '' .,"'''tmmmu'' .!!!!!amumlmnr' '' ''''_' "ii, itimtimmimmw"" '!. \\\\'+Ixvumnmimlmnpnlnwulnlamnmn' ,!!!, ,, I

tuestft: / of Mrs. Hartley's parents Billy and Clarence, and Mrs. 3766 Keyes Ave., H No. 11ll16'2t, __ ________n_
Ur. and Mrs. William Norrls. Vendt, of Jacksonville spent Monday ,

afternoon in Starke with Mr. __ nn-___ _______ -.___ ____ r.ti7'AlcKK'
YOU Mrs. A. II. Frlpp. of Tillman, S. anll Mrs. J, Q. Robinson.Mr. .
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Replacements for all kinds of C.! Is enjoying a visit In Starke --- FOLKS fly J. L'. Corpening
with her son-in-law and daughter.. and Mrs. Earl: I... Middleton

eye glasses. including spectacle !rfr. and Mrs. L. O. Powell. of' Cocoa are announcing the arrival ( SAY MAN
wo registered of a daughter here on Sun- A ) SURE 15/ wHErJ O.J.C.
temples and gcrews. A/OPE/ / rM
frame. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur A. Scott, day. November llth at Mrs. GUI's NAMED P//IE ISwe( Fine Watch and Clo 'k RrpulrlnS; in Starke The little Miss la a GOOD '
J of DeLand, spent Monday OBpltal. ] FRIEND Off. MASHED FRIEND = TALKING ABOUTTHB
/ tlth the former's parents Mr. and rand-daughter of Dr. and Mrs. WE. OF YOUR '
also }:ngravng.We FAMILY FINGER a
1. 0.
Fred A. Scott. I. Mlddleton.
At -
raduate phar- !: have for sale Jewerly ------ ;::; ? '---' ON THE toe EH ? VIE' GET ATOORPENINGS t

watches cut glass, silverware !Mrs. Enoch Griffls and daugh. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Darby ac- p
I i! ter, Miss Pearl of Lawtey were companied by Mm. DeWItt Cones r J '
alarm clocks, eye glasses etc. isltors to Starke Wednesday atIrnoon. of Gainesville spent Sunday ,, ; '

acists, always j I Hturltf SERVICE, Florl I ANDSATISFACTION In.DeLand Marks and with Mr.Mr.and and Mrs.Mrs.Phil O.W. oRUG> STORE j i : _

i Sheriff and Mrs. W. J. Eppersonnd taeulre.!
little grand-daughter, Betty LMttTS ONE OA4Corpening's
I 1 '
spent Wednesday afternoon inalneevlile. Miss Hazel Middleton. of theBtat. 1 You JoE! '
lad t to i College for Women Talla- ::
Wm. J. ILIFFEJeweler basaee. spent the week-end in _

Mrs. J. C. Robinson and laugh; tarke with her parents.' Dr. andlllra. Simple remedies needed in every home-they are Drug Store 1"

and ter, Vera Claire Mr. Lily Lewis W. E. Mlddleton. _.a. Mid. .
and of standard strength. Prescriptions filla. -
and ion James motored to Jasper I eton remained over Monday thisday e Service Store '"
ou. Expert Watchmaker Friday. being !given the students as a ed with consumate care. You'll say this is a store

rmUtlce day holiday. of obliging consideration.
Stark'. Fla. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Quigley and Starke Fla. ', t

Pressing Co. His\ Beatrice Bullen were visitors Misses Beatrice Bullen, Carrie )i-11 ---- I --- .- f ,
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I Farm Flashes, sent out by the 8 How to PlayBRIDGE 1 1\ t litiEil
e l"fI
United States Department of AgrI- 4810 e (, tl'

Farmers & Farming Farm Program By culture, will be used to supple- Went i

ment the talks by local investigators 1 r
WRUF \ loads: ,ii'.!'
on each Monday, Wednesday hundred
i and Saturday nights. e\L/
(By Agricultural ) '\
--.- Series seeds ah> -
Gainesville, Fla Agricultural r 1928-29 by
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programs from WUUF, the state's Possible to Have Wynne Ferguson fertl'.t'\
Farmers and Truckers Are Invited to Contribute Articles new radio broadcasting station, ed to th r dl lk

of Farm Experiences and Methods Found I are now put on the air on Monday, Green Lawns All Author of PRACTICAL AUCTION BRIDGE area bagents > **ttWc.

To De Rest Suited to Our Country Wednesday and Saturday from T i
I Cop>'rlnhi 10 i', by Hoyle, Jr. X ,'teaiJ
v 6:30 to 7 p. m., Eastern Standard Winter in Florida worked m ,

.:a::=- -;.:. -- -:.. .:. i' Time instead of every day from ARTICLE No. 4 the Red ("I i ,,. I '1,"'' 'JDerall

11:15 to 1:30: p. m. The change -- late the i II: 'Bluiito
Florida Entomologist Is i was made November 12, In an ef- Gainesville Fla.-Having a nice One of the wars to learn how to play -H- arti- -K-, 9:5- : Beach l'utlonsIn'l 'armen of r

I tort to have the program at a green lawn In the, fall and winterIs good Auction Bridge is by a study of Cabe-Q, 9, 4, 3 _. ...
time when a larger number of the hand that bother you during an Diamond-A'l' S Capital "r
Nationall! Known Author- (farmers could listen in. largely) a matter cf finding out is, i if you play or Spade*-A, |., I ''I,bank l
that it can be done, declares C. R.Enlow bid a handpbadly, make a note of it and year was ',,, lunel0
The lengtM of the station >
wave Score, V Z- 20- A B -0, rubber !(
it-over leisure. One of the m0rerharvp
On has been increased slightly, also. assistant agronomist for study best players the your writer's acquaintance game. Z dealt and bid one no trump. of Decemli ;

ity Trips Insects It was 202.6 meters or 1,480 kilo- age crops office of the United has followed this method for years and A bid two clubs Y bid two no trump, Winter I Hotel S

cycles up to November 11. With States Department of Agriculture, attributes all his kill to this methodof and all passed. A opened the king ol Park on I K:- 'ark Avenue
--- the permission of the Federal Ita- Florida Ex self-instruction. The best way to clubs Y and Z followed suit and B compleu i\ ,.
who is located at the 'rated
IVstt Drought Over on finif /<-|)' to add the name of the man who dlo Commission the wave length learn how to apply any system is to discarded! the deuce of heart A then proved. ear
periment Station.It
, ix-lln He-lit to Professor J, It.VntMon take.a practical example. The writer led the king of diamonds which Z won --.
I describes a new species or a new has been increased to 204 meters is not at all difficult to have noticed the play of the following hand with the ace, all following suit. At this st. Pete, ry r

\ for Iili'iitlflrnlloii.Hy genus to the name of the speciesor or 1,470 kilocycles. a nice green lawn in Florida all! and waited to suggest"post mortem" point Z made a bad mistake and led I Southern ii. 'III 0-

genus. A program has been arrangedup the winter Mr 'Enlow says The For the >enefit of tile player who made back the four of clubs.A won this trick Zeppelin .,, r, 'he Coo,
< omnounced ,,
J. FRANCIS COOPER to December 10, and Includes way to do It Is to seed a winter the mistake: with the! jack and proceeded to set up ''nub
Editor! Florida Experiment StationGalncsvllle. Professor Watson has been first talks from many of the staff memo on the present sod The his club suit so that Z only made the and 'n rot: |tare,
grass Hand to ,. .
to Identify and describe about 10 bers at the College of Agriculture. most popular for this pur- Example odd at no trump. A* hi* opponents erect nun 'II ,lit "Pij

'. Fla.-"Quick, Wat- new genera and nearly 100 new In addition talks from specialists: pose la Italian grass rye grass, although Hearts- Q, J, 7 made game and rubber on the next the first DI i 11",", "''dYesra
hand Z's misplay was which will ,
t h.
f United States Clubs- 10, 8, 5, 2 very ""ii" ,
the Department st J
BOn, the microscope," mIght well species of helps, and they are lof Kentucky blue grass or red top Diamonds- 10, 9, 6 According: to the system just advo- burg about I hPpultn .meet I
of Agriculture the State Depart. i ian
be the expression used by entomoloRltttH named for him. He Is still discover will do all right. Spade*- K, 8, 3 cated Z should make a note of the cards _. ...
ment 'of Agriculture State Plant The practice of seeding a winter held by all four players and analyze the -['
of the United States asa I :ng new aperies at frequent In- Hoard and others will be heard 1 J lllpj;
grass on the lawn Is becomingmore Y proper play. Here are the actual handsof county ii.< /1110.0UU '
paraphrase of the famous saying ervals. Iiy the adoption of a rather later. general each year accordingto i A Bi i all four players. Figure out how you fn nanitf Itor t

n ', by Sherlock Holme. Profetwor J. novel plan, he is able to find a I The program for the next three Mr. Enlow.!: The grasses recommended i 2 : would play the hand Lefoie looking at market,

,j Watson, the Watson referred to large number of thrips that had weeks includes a talk on plantinga for this are grown In the the solution !,hat follows:

in this liiHtance la not the famous not previously been discovered A I citrus grove, by E. F. DeDuak summer farther north, but make a T 7 Tampa .
i detective's rlvht hand but 1T1'1l'ts-Q.! 1'1''
man large funnel with a rack over the extension citrus specialist, on November i good growth during the winter In ('It>, ... ll>, t5., 2 service wdl'. '
rather U entomologist at the Florida top of It Is placed in a bottle of 19, F. II. Hull of the Experiment Florida. They die down In the I)I.. ands .-. 'f), 9. 6 twcen Tumi >\ "HI'

l Experiment Station/ und a nationally alcohol. Mass, bark, trash, and I Station will talk on the spring and then the St. August: .- !J.; ades- K, i>, J before .linnGroviMiin mdi I

known authority on a claim other materials containing thrlps corn: arety: tests conducted' at the or centipede takes possession learts-A, 4 Hearts 10, 8, 6, 5, 2 ] "

of Inserts! calledthrips. are placed on top of the rack. As station. On November 21 Dr. B. again. "II-A.( K. f, 7,6 : Y : Clubs! -none ped durnii. ld-

q When the :
F over from' Germany recently two Pharmacy will discuss drug plants ';padce-6, 5,4 : Z : Spades J, 10, 9, 7
go down seeking moisture: fall Into for the winter grass because it Nap!!"s Hxi, "'0

txMiquests of the passengers of chrysanthemums.were wearing In the funnel "and are caught in the that may be grown iu Florida, and I comes up In two or three days after h JI..arts-. 9, 3 posed $1 t onTarpon >.,,,, I''' prfJ(c'is

bottle of alcohol. They are then OH November :21 O. II. Dlackmou planting makes a vigorous Tlubs: Q, 9, 4, 3 ,i 1'|> 10. 41'OSfl
looking over these bouquet) Inspectors put under the microscope for Iden- will tell his audience what to look : growth, stands tramping, has a Diamonds-A, J, 5 worth I ol" '." fie

/d of the Federal Horticultural tification. for In buying pecuns.Jo'armer8' pleasant color and remains green bpades-A, Q 2 Kustl!: I..u< 1\ 'IJ'm I,
( pur
Hoard discovered! InnoentlookliiR
no me -
Thrlps range in size from 1-50 Co-operative boll weevil until spring by editor: ot HaJacksonvill : ,
r'j'' d a < little thrlps and Immediately inch to almost 1-3 inch l long One tests will be the subject for In selecting seed of any of these Solution: When Z wins the second which Z must win in Y's hand with the 1111(1 Hera, !
i sent them to Professor .rick with the of diamonds he ten. He should lead the of mi)
t ace now ten
November 26 and will be presented .
of the It Is .
Injurious members of grasses for winter planting freighter t I.im :..
Watson for Identification. Professor should figure out how he can play the clubs from Y's hand. A must win this 'K'' ) ci)
:. F. Grossman of the ExperIment
Jo. -
t by
watson makes frequent Identifications this large group is the common important to get seed that will hand so that A will be forced to lead trick, lead his ace of clubs and a low Florida citi, "iMluml -
Florida: flower thrlpa, which gets Station. On Wednesday germinate well and that are free clubs to him sooner or later. To do this club which Z must win with the queen. Plans ')mpletl(
of for this board
r thrlps Into the bloom of tomatoes and Dr. Christensen will give another of weed seed, cautions Mr. Enlow. he should play out all of his top card Played in this way A B can win only opening of gr'ilmuna, raclni j
] as well as for entomologists scattered causes It to drop bemire th'e fruit talk on drug plants, and on Satur- Buying seed from a responsiblefirm and endeavor to throw A in the lead.Z three club tricks one heart and one Jacksonville! Graham'

1'te throughout the United Is set. It also scars oranges. day Dr. R. W. Ruprectit of the la the best safeguard should therefore first take three diamond so that Y Z make two odd, erecting plum at Perry
1 States lie has identified thrlps The main injury done by thrlps Experiment Station will talk on Four to six pounds of Italian rounds of spades, winning the third game and rubber. 150,000 r
i from a number of European!: countries fertilizers.On spade trick in Y's hand with the king Z's play in this hand is a good exam-
I 1 is the sucking of sap and juices rye grass is enough for 1,000 sq. He then should lead the of hearts of Florida's commercial( cltmi 1
and from Honduras and S. seven ple stripping a hand of all suits ex-
from the tender plant parts, which December 3 N. R. Mehrhof feet of lawn This Is seeded for 1928-29!)
American countries. space. .from Y's hand and play the king from cept one,and then forcing the opponentto season estlmatj
1 causes a drying up of the affected extension poultryman will talk on directly on the lawn without any !his own hand. If A takes this trick and lend that suit If Z analyzes the hand 18,000.000 boxes
In 1923 Professor Watson
t pub parts. Professor Watson gays the the subject of feeding for winter preparation. Then a light top cads a heart,, aa he should, Z should in this manner he will not t* nearly so --
lished ax a Florida Experiment way to control them Is to dbpe egg production. Then on December dressing of soil should be put onto ead another round of hearts. l He should apt to make a similar mistake again.

Station Bulletin a synopsis and them up with tobacco. Tobacco 6 Dr. M. N. Walker of the Ex- Insure germination. It Is recommended then lead a low diamond and play the Give tins plan a trial and if you are PAINTER'S

catalog of the Thyuanoptera of decoctions sprayed thoroughly Into perlmeut Station will give thd results that the ground be kept jack from his own hand. A must take sincere about it, you will be surprisedhow
i North America. Thysanopetra In this trick and lead back a diamond quickly will improve.
td each: flower under high pressure of a series of fertilizer tests moist until the seed have germinated your game

the family name for thrlps. This will generally result in death to with cotton In Florida. On Saturday and it is a good idea to water Problem No. 4 Simon Pure Citrus
work described 86 and
genera over most of the thrlps.) December 8 Dr. Huprecht will the lawn during dry spells In
300 ppecles of thrlps. -- continue his discussion of fertilizers the winter.If Hearts- Q, 9, 7.2 .and
When an entomologist discovers Marlon world Clubs-A, 10 9, 2
; ley, famous with emphasis on home mix been ferti- ,
the lawn has not
Gem Farm
an Insect which has not previously grand star has been Diamonds! K, 5 CropFERTILIZER
opera signed ing. On December 10 Dr. G. F. of
lized recently an
Spades. 7 4 2 I
h s been described published lltera- to In recital at the ,
appear Daytona Weber of the Experiment Station 8-4-4 fertilizer at the rate of 10 Heart.- 8.4 Hearts- 6 S
;, I lure, he ascertains first" to what ]Beach auditorium this winter, Simon will tell the farmers about sweet will Clubs--8 6 I !
pounds per 1,000 square feet : Y I Clubs K, Q. 5, 3
family It belongs. Then he determines J. Peabody president of the potato storage diseases. help a lot. It may be put on just Diamonds-Q. 3. 7, 4 i A B I Diamonds 10, 9,8,3 _

the genus or the next group non-profit company operating the In addition to the above pro before or after the winter grass pade8-A, K. 8, S Z I Spade*-Q, 9, 3J I

tinder the family. It It Is a new auditorium announced today. Miss gram a period will be devoted to Is seeded but It Is very Importantto Are

species, he names the insect. In Talley has been booked for March questions and answers every Saturday have the dry when fertilizer 10.3 "
the scientific world it Is customary 6. the announcement said and a short market review grass burn- "TIMI3 TI1IKI;) AND CIt|
la applied, to prevent
(6;, Z I TUSTKD"
r Ing. .
-- -
I An application of two or tnree
pounds of sulphate of ammonia No score rubber game. Z won :' < r Wrti. A led the ace end king of Our Brands are the

for each 1,000 square feet about spades and then the queen cf ci.:i'".,,..,; < i ,in was won in Y' hand with the ledged Standard

month will keep the grass king. How should Z now play th- hand s. .t inai I.e can win four odd against any Growers of ACbl1
once a defense This is a problem in stripping lianu. think
n BO it over and lee how your all
a beautiful dark green color and solution compare with the one that will be then in the next article. Judged
in vlgorpus growing condition. .nearly. forty years
alt wand a ran
e Glving 0-- -

ATTENDS HATHUMA merchants please lend a helping we get 1n8teadholt grttisg
iii r RURAL COMMON SENSE I ORANGE FESTIVALJust : hand in we can w fkputlng
Bradford of
r r Johnson .la the policy
By Spuds county on the map.
I 1 a few lines on Satsuma Oranges J. II. MOORE. THE E. 0. PAlM

., On Nov 8th Mr. Frank
/P CO. i
AS ONE YEAR OLDS IS Morgan, J. T. Moore and myself Stuart-New soda fountain JACKSONVILLE FUI
stalled at Stuart
Drug Company
PROFITABLE TO ONE MAN1 went to Marianna, Fla., to the Satsuma store.

Orange Festival and to my
Sometimes a little change in our
I surprise I found twenty-two exhibits -
w71I methods ot managing farming operations -
rr (' enables us to make extra of Satsuma'a from different

should be on the sections of Florida. The Southern
profile So we
i 1 Alabama exhibits were nice NORTHWEST
I lookout for little changes that may very
y little or large savings. Everything as a whole some were very fine.
Glen Saint Mary Nursery got one
we.do to save expenses
if we get good returns means hundred and twenty-seven dollars
($127.00) in prizes and had the

more There profit.are lots of cattle In Florida best exhibit there. Duval county EAST

and many of them are being also had a very nice exhibit of
There has been Satsumas. The farmer had a fine
sold as' _beeves.;
considerable talk recently about exhibit of farm products In show
windows In all tile stores.
selling their The
f r ,,/ Lf' Mz W1 "I -,.. ... w1 .ulm1'.d. zr young stuff as baby beef or as one ladles sure had a fine display of '
+ canned fruit and vegetables of all SOUTHEveryvhere
tVll : old stuff and not keeping
i yJ t ( year
I ,e.. I 'A'w.. !n cowethreebr four years At first kinds: (the farm displays would be
I. f1r -1i ,L a credit to any man's town. -
t this doesn't seem so plausible, but LLt
si f My idea in going to MarIanna (
is found to
on closer inspection, |It they say
was to get some first hand Information
be a pretty good Idea
r.: ti' + f ? I recently: talked with a cattle on Satusumas from the
6r1i 'w i .'si : selling nursery to the markets. I talked "the New Buick is unrivaled
,a M, e cfoiY w +s+ _.. ? y : rw ra'Rer TV'"a.) ayi ho lias been -
1 f his rattle) 81 one year olds far to Dr. F. Wlmbers of Silver ,
he gets as 11111 Ala.. who has a two hundred .. "
fflffl"f some much t'mand money: from each one year .'.nd sixty-five acre grove of Sat- t I in jJ2rjOrnla:1Ce:

-T f giimas. He was free in
I ra ? old cow na ho: does from three and very giving b
i hiD,>
four year old cows. This Is due experience! and uso laid ot :

& fact that the market others who have groves. I
he says to the Motorists everywhere are turn-
pays very much better prices ., He knew one man that set out

tor one year old stuff. Of course | a fifteen acre grove thirteen yacreago ing to: the Silver Anniversary
i acow will hardly weigh as much' : that had sold thirty thousand

r' of as at four years dollars worth of fruit from
1 1t' at one year age Buick with enthusiasmnever
i I of age. but It 1 U often the case that the fifteen acres in thirteen yeai's.All I an

t' r the older the animal gets the low expenses for land, trees, fertilize1 accorded
I NOSH O' any
pound offered labor, crates and sprayingwas
er Is the price per

puula, 1000tt'' tztaor by Since the market.this man can get as much a twelve balance thousand net profit dollars of eigh-leaving automobile. Why? Super

when It is one year old teen thousand dollars. Anotherman
for a steer lative matchless
as he can when it Is three why told me he had four trees in beauty and style,

should he want to keep It the extra his yard. He said he had sold
I two years! lie has feed and one hundred and fifty dollars last comfort, and utterly new

.3ECOJUP FlJOOfc PLAID :year from the four trees. Mr. Wtm-
FLOORPUAJO during those
Orffl i FIBiT pasture bills to pay ;
jjjjr "' '' I two years and the steer may die :berg said they hipped the first and unequaled performance.
a'e? Jr.--.l: the the ad- car of the season last Saturday
t ..... I so it U: decidedly to
vantage of this cattle raiser, to sell night and It sold Thursday in Chicago -
A rorr.UJK TVIMJ: 1111iF:('T duct'on! yet they are decidedly new I I way'permlt8 one to' ascend from i iI hU stuff as one year olds. for four dollars and twenty

KIIOM: OM 1.:jIU) In America. I the kitchen as well as fro mthe llr- In addJtlon to the greater profits cants for half of strop. The strop I

The adoption of the old details |'lag room thus doing double ser h the cattle raiser gets'the con- Is half the size of orange boxes BTIl'Cl

( Dy It. C. Hunter & Ilro.., Archts., If carried out with fidelity, gives vice. / sumer la given a beef animal that used for shipping oranges of (

New York.) one a home of dUtlnct'on.: and a A stairway leads to the attic.A Is Under and does not have much Florida so you, see this would

This modern cottage home la work of artistic merit of the first cellar Is provided under the w ste. 'mean eight dollars and forty cents
I a box. Mr. Wimberg said! WITH MASTERPIECE! BODIES BY fisHES
order. ent're house and here they had
aken directly from the ancient is located I We should Investigate this mat
The Architects have worked out the heating plant the laundry and ter of Belling young beef, and see established forty-eight markets in

ginal. an admirable plan that Ate perfectly such. If it wouldn't be to our advantageto the largest cities of the United COJJPASr

''he deeply recessed entranceway within the walls of tbe old cot- Complete working plans and do that. Then if we deride to States. Come on everyone that can REGISTER MOTOR

t set in stone and provided tage. This plan la thoroughly specifications of this house may sell our cattle a* one year olds we .and put out all YOU can. Banka ... ... .
'ood skuteeri, the treatment modern practical and livable In be obtained for a nominal turn should give them plenty of feed old .
10 they will /
oof and the unusual chtmi every detail., ,<- from the building put on considerable
L Refer and crowing from the .
them and T'
weight JwW
authentic In their repro- The arrangement of the stair to house A-170. time they are born until they are .urni. bring more re- Wfc ___ A-.a.u. Art Bulb 1s.d.k frig

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who lined up with the republicans! I FaytoiKi Beach Three-story ,

70,000 Bolted In FloridaTo ;Slay Ito llarifil ruder Law :apartment hoiiita under construction '

\Famous Atlar.'d: Li:.cr z to /:.:.'; Her Pacific Debu It I II Under the state primary elec 1 w.l) be finished by December

Cast Votes For Hoover Don laws the bolters may be bar- 15. SrI

I I red from participation In the next I' Key: West Million dollar plant i

II that may be erected here. "
-- primary. The law provides
w .... ... .:
w I .
i.t I8uuJfrr/r Analysis Shone Stat4 Wc'ntntl- passed up the national race. TampaChannel !
/0.Ii any prospective voter In the primary lighting system -
: I Smith.'; Not (i. O. I'. The republican party's only hopeof
I ti I will be .
may l>o challenged and the improved.Itllaml$1,000,000
furnishing serious opposition to
person challenged' /; must make piaftldavlt ( pier at' Miami y
Dy D. Z. ANGLE he democrats In Florida lies in the 4
O. O. P. has that lie or she did not Beach be '
I possibility! that the may completed by 4
Although Florida Is marked up vote other than democratic in the!! 1
been able to lure some of the bolt- Tex Hlckard.
I In the Q. O. P. column, the state into the next preceding; general election
ers party.
II Fertilizer: Co.
will lie denlod 1
lei q I did not go republican In Tuesday' And it is not likely that any appreciable \ The challenged person establishes main offices and plant

balloting. It went antl-Smith, or I number of tho bolters the right to vote If he or she here. I'
i of uses to make such allldavit and I
&th I will remain in the republican par- -\uguslllle-$20.000 Improve-
anti-democratic nationally.
; II rather will be liable to a charge of perjury 4
I ty. ments made to Hotel Monson.
a r1 I Democratic bolters put the na- if the allldavit is found to be j
Few "11.\\ Prmorratii" Laurel Hill- Fish
( ) matchery
ticket tot
tional republican over false..
V [ Trt the a. O. P. in Florida.An While some democrats undoubtedly Many bolters are known of nears completion here
Daytona flench-Iloute No 4
: 1 analysis of the vote with voted for the republican can (course and while there may be a
south of this! place being widened. ;
returns from about two-thirds ot dldate for governor the umbel few democrats who take It upon 1

AOM/RAGS '+.. the state's 1,263 precincts tabulated of those calling themselves "How- themselves to challeRe the known Vero Beach-New packing '
TIlQEf b house located here. ,
It' WNO }FRVfO QNt ( shows that the bolt from ey democrats" was probably not bolters at the next primary, it ID ;
"Ero' F53 oh : "eIrM'"s f the party was greater than democratic more than two or three thousand not believed that the state executive Tampa--Asiatic Petroleum Co.?

iRAAe:6 leaders had believed possi- at the most. committee will take any action construction plant on Picnic Island
at Port
ble.If It Is not known what course the to enforce that provision' of the .
the present tr'oclls maintained state democratic organization will

the final tabulation will show take regarding tho bolters. Some law.A similar situation has never TIMIVKfdctlve SCJlPUt."I; 1E r fi t,' ;

that approximately 70,000 members leaders have expressed themselves existed before and probably never July Iflth. trains will +,

: v W r'N s'd of the democratic party went as in favor of barring them from will exist again. The name situation run us follows: va /'

' rur t tC r over to the republican side Tuesday participating In party affairs, ac existed In other state of the {.

1 k rw1 'yI and piled up the big vote for could be legally done under provisions flouth and many party leaders are No.1. Southbound local due

Hoover. of the state primary election Inclined to forgot It for the good Starke 10:45: p. m. d'

i 'wT Poll Over ;no IVr <<
Without the help of these bolt- favor of "burying the hatchet"and Starke 11:33: : a. m. is

ers the republicans would have taking the bolters back Into ........................ No.2, Northbound local due
been swamped. And although the the party. ,t

O. O. P. having polled more than Leaders of the anti-Smith groupIn : NEW RIVER I Starke (6:24 a. m.

J : t 30 per cent of the total vote, Is a this county have expressed their Miss Ksfclo: Haj>p, Cor. No. 12, northbound local due

recognized political party In the Intention of forming a new party tMarke 3:00: p. ni.

I m state and will be required to hold of bolters to be known as the "Jetfersonian" ........ V.......0.0 .... No. 107 southbound, limited dun
___. SfffiKe&S Of fXANCS t primary elections with the democrats party If the regular
1 Mr. and Mrs Cecil Adams are Starke 1:20: p. m, j1p

speed Is oflot During the World War the "Em '! the party will have no I democratic -organization) I Insists receiving congratulations over the No. 109 northbound limited due a w't'
modern see. h4.. the I
a chance of success against excluding them from party 'T
1 whether It be press of France" waa chosen because c1 f upon arrival' of a girl Nov. 7. Starke 5:44: p. m.

i I. on importance the sea or in the air of her speed to be flagship of the .. 3,0., ,.. U; democrats with the normal repub- I councils In the future Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Prlngle/ and \VanneeBranch-No.101leaves ?

,'Utlves and perishable court 10th Auxiliary Cruiser Squadron of ... lican vote. The regular democratic party In children were visiting friends at Starke 0:30: a. m.; No. 102 arrives G' y
!mug arrlvui at their deatiIm the British Navy. Dnder the com- J ,, Assuming that the republicans the state will have little to fear Hampton Sunday afternoon. 2:10: *v m. ?
mand of Admiral Sir Dudley de Chair their full'strength for Hoover I
from such
u short a time as possible -": a move however as an Mrs. S. T. Bellamy and daughters T. J. Orlffln.
I I modern clence and human she Intercepted nearly 10.000 vessels "LI "r.FA m;#Aavd Awv6r- I au analysis will show that their analysis of the vote Tuesday shows Misses Mary and Olivia and __
|> have been devoted to this plying between Canada and Europe normal vote In the state can hardly that the bolters would be unableto :\oO'I'U'' '.'0 1'1"0"1 te ,
I It Is tnterto and prevented tone of contraband Mr. Theodore Tyler were visiting; ,
b this connection exceed 100,000 of the total of
muster enough strength to compete -
r | loam that the Canadian materials from falling into tbe hands 200,000 qualified at POhllklIlIlIdllY.: MtMllcd, bids. will Ue "I'et'rlvrd by limn I
liner 'Empress of France." the of the enemy. Early this year the"Empress" this "crulso of contrasts" In T921 approximately against the democrats with Mr. and Mrs. J. L, Johns and Hoard. ut lliii(1 TniHteex of llradfonlfounty /

fruwnger vessel In regular ieri' -, made a cruise from New! The "Empress of Prance" Is of 18.330>> electors. any hope of success. !Mrs V. 14.: Sup| and) Miss Kssle Klorlda df the, ut I Innrd HIM, iilllce lit" Htarkc nf the, I 'tl'
South America and Africa, tons and was twice With about two-thirds of state full Florida vote of .rcrrisry
Bicfn CanAda and Europe has York to gross registered Figuring a Sapp were visiting Lake Butler ln., lltllll' 10 n'cldi'k. a. III. lleremlmr
Insfertcd to the Pacific where touching at the lonely Isle of Tristanda chosen by the Prince of Wale to returns tabulated, llowey has received 200,00.0 would give the followingline Farm after 4. HUH I\ and' at thin. publicly openel, ,
State Sunday
and the !
| tie with the White Empresses Cunha en route but another vessel carry him to Canada en route to his 73,513 votes and It thlx up If limo balloting Tuesday Is for 1N.7N Hor"H (if rU'Ht'liiK/ und 1 Ki-ub-. '
P l'' fleet the "Duchess of At- "E-P Ranch" River Alberta noon.There. lilnic on Itoud No. I II Ijxt., betweenItond '
of her near High
I Van-
seed record between trend Is maintained his vote will 4
to be taken as Indicating the division box nt N. N and hand Nu.: 4.All ;
I holl" of 20.000 gross tons will make will be a supper r
--.I. he done In tiorordaneowith
n. be about 100,000, which democratic of the throe work to <
groups: Republicans
I I. New lllver l Friday night, Nov. 23, 'Ilio MpiirlflrntloiiH of IliadfordCoiinly. ,
leaders regard as fairly Indicative 100,00; bolters, 70,000 and bt
r& H for the benefit of the school.! 10vprybocly : HpoclncalloiiH may sere
Raised"for of the full voting strength democrats 130,000. lit the ollli-w of the ciiunty nKltier.r.

;Midly Snakes Now Sought and Their Skins of the republicans. And the most Only n coalition of republicans -! Invited-.to--a come.- and. Thi| all rlKhl I"|IH.. IH .icHcrvcil to reject any ttk r

.JW optimistic republican: can hardly and halters would menace the supremacy ))ol<'unlllk 8111'\lIls-9Ih\ st, ba- M. S. MATTIIMWM.' ( '

.... f ?"iJi, '" --ss.w: : claim. more. of the democratic; party'n lug paved; lllh street next on. pro t'. .t. I"'I't'Ir" [ ( lialijiiaiiHi'i'ritniy (
M- ;W: > p roM/ ( ItalldtM Left x 11-11-0-11-30 ,
the state.
!) < t-'I" )
Y ; I gram.
; ; : .. _._,
f' .t Tabulation\ of the sums number (I. O. I'. Loader <>lv<> (''-...lIt St. IcicleDfmnlUlitnl) brldgo( ---.\11\----C-:KTIMIII\:: ; -'- -
,. r- try: < of precincts shows: I hat''Hoover (t. O. 1'. leaders Rive the bolting across Indian lllver here: ; will be

% %1gr: t"C. ,... ;. :"..:.:'-.i< t"' ..". has received 126.662'OIE'K and if democrats full u credit for the republican rebuilt.Federal. Hft'I(.. I.'I rill.' n
mi' I"i I'II( II'UML" Mill he. ret'lvcd -
I ": /: ; ;: #.11'\1' "I. r. this trend Is maintained, his vote victory In the state und and<<1 state/ geologUts! l plan .SU.U.PMi. liy the Monr l of County ('..m-

Is .. will be about 170000. So sub admit, of course.that Ilielr party Investigation of Ocher deposits of nlHHlonvrK for, ltrn 41 N .. It'I > >_J'i "liirlda ut their tullce ut Hlurke,
Is ... 'f tracting llowey's vote of 100.000 can make little showing with its Florida
'Icirlila, until 10 n'clockSlonLtyk : 11.nI"'I' ,,-
A'' f J..A: 'ot., regarded) an j.he full republican normal vole. Some have a fain }llartowCoulrart let for public ('.- 11!l, 1028\ und then opiMiud.' foi
} ..,..rrn? / 'v. .' '}.I,; '!:::.- strength, from the total Hoover' hope that (hey will be able to re- highway lo be built to singing the I coiiHtI'lit'lloit. of r nil addition to

'd 2& Ste ,'a SIW -' ''\Wi"'; .., .t''ih ffj, '7 ,::: ,: t t rote, leaves 70,000 votes which lain some of the bolters within tower atop Iron Mountain.: Iho I I... hunt|rNnt, In county Ulurkn.. ,, jail 1-Morldn.budding l, Thu tn ld
." ., j; ": !' '!' .' the republicans! : drew from the the party If (he democrats 11I'I'ItUIn Plant City-Business and conditions w ark Involved. InelixleH' the tumid. p
: ;'" "t v'A.' "'" .. 4"""' }.Sf. .... bolting faction of the democratic their right to bar them fromlurtlclputlon with \nic of malerlhl: and: :labor: } necessary:
... -".. _. /. .. >;< 7A ....". / ."' Improve here reopeningof I o ciinxtriict. nnd complete tlia. work
.. democratic tn the larm and KpectllottICHIN -
arty. In future several mlllM.MulborryLo'ul. Kirfii'dliifC |>

fJ ;;-, (;; ......."." ...: : : .lf.; ij Besides the 70,000 democrats primaries man makes Architect|,rt>,parpd lilt lneevlllr by Jiihn, Florida.i'omplvte 1'1],, I'lvrHon. w'i

..0. ," ., >. ;.. .. :-tE\ .., shown to have voted for Hoover, I While the democratic! leaders specialty of inuniifucUirliiK und Net. of |'liinH And eperl-. 1P cdunlioua
.. . .. will lie fnnilxlied,, H".II.ntlun p'r
": ::: here wel'e thousands of democrats "
found little for rejoicing in
'0 cause Jul'e.I"ol't .
n ....> .. cane to ( Archlhi.ut." Ito(|iuNt roC'I.III'II
'(.f:4T snifiKB FriRPpN b who did not vote' at all on the nnlonal the knowledge that they were de- fierce-Prospect' for $50.- mgNt hu accompanied. \oy a demult t
'- ZI/ 4 O Ot : ticket. This Is shown by 'eated by deserters from their own (100( hospital hel'e.JIrkKollvllle ot Id.00, one liitir ofhlch will ';
Ire refunded, on return nf planii. arutpirlflentlotiH
MPn' ,rJ4aiAilw sj he fact that mlth Is running tat party, the general sentiment was -- Non Infi-otliiK ... provhltMl I they "1'8 renrned -

I Started in Switzerland j ". dNtMrN'a In isp1e 1 1I behind) the democratic candidates that the party will "forgive and dlpp'ng station\ will he maintained I I'.t inwllliln by Ihu A time 1"y(1.the'.'eniilruct that, IIinn.T .In. # t
'k : and India.ISDIA. : rp1sce* w { '( Iertw'aawa g. a I ror stile", offices. !Many democrats forget. Some however were biter here. It T plans are not returned within thehove
: elleWr7R"ia{rd. who did not( like Smith but who against the bolters and were Harlow -.- Kronomy Chevrolet | (( monlloned time, the bidder
anwv utl' a wl'e : vs 3taira il would not vote republican, simply outspoken In denunciation of those mammoth elec- will .forfeit the deponlt..
ptae'ts, S rvF, Company Install' l,;tK'h .bid miJHt .be uccompanled\ bv
-- ----- ----- n rertltled, check fnr ::1 PIT cent of
IT I -For theft arets's aaer.aMfIMMM4r9 rid sign,
a Inca nave regarded tzes the ae1Yb i1 1+y': R' =eacaa, amaJkJ4 -'( ', NOJv'Head I Ft.'Myel's.35 cars citrus ship- the, amount tn the of order'the of,Mil,the" submitteddrawn ';Hoard:::: : of I.

R iUrt: jj death by vcntnnt' 't1A y 'eru ee wwEi' M 4'eiwe Snake Once Pet Dress' lied from this point In seven days. (['.....nly t'ominlHHloiK'i'M' for llradfordLonntv
lr ,>' 11 a visitation of fate aebniu'.t .wd/we'e1N'I. ;Jltt l 'tll-M r., .YIaM/rt{ ( Htiirki ,l'liirlda.. The, HiutI'lMKfill -
mxp qle' V e awn bidder<.. will be. 'required toflirnieh
sn a principally the e'r'r4't' y-MYeIaMMMRhI Lllm Relief From Curse by
k A aledaslaearww YelYuev..w. u bond provlili'd Surety .
br ri' credited with more a1p fns BC"y ryk (rs x.14ieraelreu O"Il"'T4'AriO Company nuthnrlKMl, to ,du ""ooln.."" hi
f">t; u wand deaths annurl ''' .. iar .110,.,(J'f" Of Constipation In Die, last. if' Klorlila, for the full Nkir
i. erlyYfal9'Zw' fe 'stl.yli Cew iinount of the rtrtitniot.All .
from tho deaths and sutaumnns 7eisi
: t a. ----
JMaela4 ; tSti lNas7rVlaaaw:7 I e C sit i r aIfA7Nrg6a.iw 6 l bids. ... niiiHt hi. red to I Ihii
there are large p-e ', (d ,t"r+.n-emx.ral. e. wx.neawu.wefM5 A Battle Crook physiciansays. 'lull of tha Hoard of County Com- t in
I, ) domcrtu anlmols. And be- .r..r.rYar e r4 esi9Ve la1Mai4iiCi e aialai5erAaat7crlkJ ,nlMHloni, i, (or Hruflfonl ('""nIY nt
4 ,f.i + "CoiiHtlpatlon In TeHM>nslble toy Ifouie Klurhlit' ,
e makt 15 regarded as anII ,/b nneeeel'aie.zmaeea + M" { .rt In Htarke 5 ,
t Yel. ratlon by the natives 1=J kr'.d k.epaaes.Il.t.'a' Ze.Mlealest 'sa !I CN5l.Oea4llt more misery than any other .prior. to. !the lime eel forth, nhovif andjlnlnlv '
Reeler4NleaeldS 'Pltnl'hiMAi Ij ANI
inW s5YOelalIiu innrked
1! been no concerted attempt erCileaefwA/W n { ,a inualJBkwi.YC4i11 :.'1Ki On 92J3n.rw.ws.wY cause, 1 1111 tlV 'Till''! AtHHTKI.V TO Tlll'3
these traditional enemies ewrwa asps. y. del,rl AYYI.aaarour vrY a But immediate relief, has been .CIVINTV J,1I1. ItUIMilNfl., to be
>Ind< The .team w alur.a.r + r.aaY.slFrFTNAVL Kexull Or/ ri''rte.lvit. stark. ,'. ITlorldn..
> "alplna karung" tl Found. A tablet culled I ,The llnnrd' of County ('...rnml..I.&r. ..,,- 4
ir.ako. u called) in India baa denies[ attraltl; water from the system > for "Hradfont" Itounfy I Klorhla.'. re- t
ce.M. HIU 6tiOR l ""'N7' 'Into the.lazy dry, evacuating earths ,the right to iiut-eiit' or rvjertmy y,
the drat time there la a MA60A.: III/A COTI.Y' 1A r 11 Tt "",11111, l.hjn received.TIM' .
Y "P/NA KARU/VCi K : bowel called the colon. The waller ) IIOAMII 01" I'OHNTV "OM1II1HHION":1U4 ;
movement upon snakes 'ta/VAKE/NcOAr ": KDIt liUAUFDKOCOUNTV
Y food waste and
ANo loosens the dry
lon. In her search for the AND FOOT GEAR. G6AOG 7iR t 60C/ Ft.OKinA.Chairliien. r' ,
1 sad the bizarre has found 'I 3 L/L L IAN KAGAN causes ..a gentle thorough movement : I Uilllfl It. HIM. + t
(rrcial use for the snake and /"y/ CLAD p9 Iig4O/N KARQA,3 TOr without forming a habit or Attest U. W. AUiKlt.MAN:1 C'I"I'k.: i '1 ,

i are now taking about two n ever Increasing the done. U-cliltect. JOHN R I'IKnHO.V, r ,
flake hides out of India an- .' Stop suffering from constipation. Iliilrd' llnlldlriK.Julne I 1 I I ,

JTbe varieties, Include cobras a time the group Is motionless. But peel to dress makers In Paris London Chew a Ilexal! Orderlle at ( vltl., VIorldM.ll-a-St-ll-Bl... .
lee; boa constrictors and presently It U tremendously agitated. and New York. The big element in nlghC: Next day bright. (let 24 -

The skins of the smallerliarung" The movement of the dingy whiteheaddresses his demand U "style." A fashionable i'6 r tiAe'M For 25c> today at the nearest nexI I 1o'WUl1DllUllW
are used In the contracts with that of pair of alplna karung shoe sell for > lE
all Drug Store. COFFINS & CASKETS
{ |tun of fancy shoes port- the brown lithe bodies. And now '29 on Fifth Avenue. An alplna fPt91 1r.43.iey.Y f
I T'U' (olds, belts, and craven: they are seen extending a large python karung coat bring ae high> 1000. : NOTIfH OF FIXAI. IIMCIIAIIUHHlnly and a Full Lln of '
j 'r makes are also used for immediately back of the ser A few weeks ago one of the lead. -- y

rpo ea and in addition fur- pent's head attached to along forked Ing New York department store. advertised S -S- day after date hereof, on Undertakers Supplies +
l >a 1 for the upholstery to ez- pole la a noose of heavy Jungle snake skin slippers at "re / +.x aS -I lo-wlt; the Z.lrd! day of Nov.rnb..r.lD2 ,
(I uw mobiles furniture and natives are helping pull- duced price. of tia a pair. But i 4 ..af' *. I the undersigned Admin ,,- AUTOMOBILE HEARSE ,
Other I
COSlumea. vine. irator of the Estate. of J. W, lI"tten.d..f'IL..d. a
whatever the price the buyer Is insured -
tall and amidshipsto jc _
at .
Ing away will to the Honor
Catching a Snake. contraction of the power- of almost life long durability. apply County Judas Atwn en ...... n. kolI eerelse
prevent it.le den. A. Gardiner I .
... HpMlel .1lentlon -
lewMI prl
lest It grip one 60 great 1s the demand for snakeskin of Ilradforil County: Florida; andItrciiont .
lunbliten muscular body .. ..
[ ridge In India, a ful di1t' te t.1.l nb er r .
end final * that the snake farm In Brazil la my voucher
1 of natives crawl over the of the number In IU terrible em being copied In Switzerland and 1 \ count an Much Ailtnlnlntrutor. and askjor KBCWTCKKU: KIUIALMKB
ring Into the crevices One brace. their approval anti my llm-harue.
taU, the others gather. For Ha U skinned: and hU bide Is ship India. Thin fist day of September, 193H. DEWITT C. JONES

; rat It. J.. flatten I
Administrator of Estate of J. W 1 \

"10\ : |ROCKKl\:' pauper roll. Upon motion said Starke $3.50 per month. 0.21-0t.lt-18. Ilutten deceased I 1 ) 111i

petition laid over until the next There being no further business,
I board of county commls- : board adjourned until the
regular meeting of said board. next I

, I"' Bradford county Flor- Petition of Mrs. Strickland for regular meeting, which will beheld 4.. i

: II I \ln rl :ular session Monpmbei pauper allowance refused. on first Monday in December fLtZRAfrefWmeVWaJ'TQ' "D YESVe\ can charge your 8 HRS

5th, 1928, with the Report of county Judge and Inspector 1928 '/IV" NAQ.Ng.eaeur Nag"r- _
I I g Prr ;lot as follows: L. of county Jail received. ( and O. W. Alderman. 'Clerk. ? ;? BATTERY In iSmith's

thalrtnan; O. W. Hinson ordered filed. N,. 4 often arch his spotted body over the
!1-* Cainey. Report of Inspector of marks Plant City-New Perry I3ey doorway and remain In that position f

I11'' taut meetings read and brands received and laid over building progressing rapidly. --- --- for hour while the girl read sewed

roved until next regular meeting of Orlando( -$52.795 In building for three years Loretta Braveman and playt4. lie loved music and It Starke

[Lee' 4ita Richard Robinson, board for approval.The permits l issued during month of treasured the company of a raithtuf his wo body not uncommon around a tall for him loud to speaker twine Garage

re; rtj( dead and their following were placed upon September: pet, a tame alplna karung Almost horn with his bead far down Into the "

''Tder (i stricken from the the Widow's Pension Fund: Mrs. Plant City-Rogers & Middle- 1 daily during tile hot summer month opening.

roll Clara Albertson. Starke. $7.00 brooks store on East Haloes street I she aDd her friend Ell labetb Wright One afternoon be slept on the

I PU' bond of One A. per month; Mrs. Carrie Thosnton extensively remodeled and enlarged. both living In a New Jersey resort Reach and never awakened. Today I-=---': ;:.. : =--

pr,, Jted and approved. Starke $3.50 per month : Mrs. J. town. brought this weird Indian petit lie u entwined about a hat owned II
I WI!:. ama appeared beforerd N Thomas Sampson City. $7.00 Plant City- Local farmer will Is a snake known In India M mutually by both girls He u sturieu ;I I

rd Mrs. Marsha Padgett Install new 900-egg capacity Incu- alpha, k rung) in a basket onto the Loretta has even purchased a alpine !
regard to a county month;
per J. R. DAVIS & CO.
(o :tlon taken in the Graham, $7.00 per month; Mrs. bator. warm beach at a nearby lake While karung spotted dress to wear with
I they swam, the karung dozed peace.fully the hat. In the photo she la shown
Starke, $14.00 per Tampa-Waterfront land leased
Fay Gill I in the sun never mafcln] an with "Bomby" (Bombay And in
flame )f Elizabeth Robin- month) ; Mrs. Amanda SIlcox for landing depot' of Pan American (effort to escape though occasionally the Inset is Elizabeth wearing tile !

I ()r'1' 1 red! placed upon pau- Starke 7.00 per month: Mrs. Lil- Airways, Inc.. I M made a UUJe inspection trip to hat which bas sat the whole town INSURANCEAGENCY

*ni1 paid 15.00 per lie Kellum. Starke. $J.50 per Ft. Lauderdae: Home FurnlI I edge of the wood and water aways /> agog! And to cap It aU a bat mailer t

month; Mrs. Hattie Alvarez. ture & Upholstery Co., opens shop returning without being called In Paris) ha.. evoked from this tragedy I

.'IlI! of viney Lee was or- Starke $7.00 per month; ; Mr. here. 1 II. bad some BOn of an attachment a new styli which ha predict will
'u ;d Upon pauper roll and Sarah Carnell Starke $3.50 per Tltusvllle Florida Power & I'or Loretta and Elizabeth that was cause a riot when It make its appearance ESTABLISHED 1886

I I ",.Ot! per month. month Mrs. Llwle Tompkios. Light Co., drills two deep wells at I LImoel uncanny. Once he was pot this: winter. It M a bat wttto I
; \ I::nou and deadly out surgeons removed I a replica of NBoIII ," twined about i It
ec red from D. W. Man- Starke, $ f.OO per mouth; Ice plant. the fang and with them went and u designed to accompany otherIk.runl STARKE FLA. I i

luetting\ that the name'of Beulah Kelley, Starke $10.50 per Ocala-Peanut shelling plant :r.4 Jungle ferocity At bom be would dress wear bow so popular. l. .

r, Prevatt be placed upon month; Mrs. Emma Murrhe may be established at this place. .I I =- ,;- -C. ==-s-- : = ,I r

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I where In this paper, is worth- beIng condition must not exist any more. if -=-=== -..:-- :!
County Telegraph 1 read and reflected upon.It The Times has the utmost respecttor -
I From Other Pelts Is gratifying to navn Mr each and all genuine republl-'I
Established 1877 I Carlton dedicate his "humble talents cans. It concedes them the rightto
I to the happiness of our peo- their views and esteems them ANDREWS

-Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class It lined to be cbivalry I- ] that ple and the welfare of the state." just genuine as honest democrats.and sincere But if we as are are STOR}
It of to have
prompted men to given women in an augury hope I
; Matter at the Post Office at Starke, FloridaE. drivers the right of way; now It's him say that entrance upon the to have party government and par-

S. Matthews ._ _______________Owner and Publisher common sense.-.I'olk County Rec duties of the governorship 'marks and ty nominations Its members then must each act for party It- i i| General
ord. the beginning of four years' pub-
t't'r J. C. Robinson __________.______________ Managing: Editor -0- lic service for me with the most Belt and themselves. ;i Merchandis
-- -. difficult! problems that have confronted The fact that the republican par-i
---- -- Bradford County Telegraph nays the state In many yea.rs.Vhen ." ty has polled more than the 30( percent '
SUBSCRIPTION RATE Lids are being advertised for an \ a man of Mr. Carlton's ability vote which under the law will STARKE, FLORID)?\
Yearly, $1.50; Six: Months, 75c-Payable In Advance addition to the county Jail at recognizes that there Is a task force It to have Its own primary! in
Starke. 'Smatter up there, think ahead and Bets himself] to its accomplishment the future will largely obviate the ; PHONE 154 FOR BETTER
Advertising Rates on Application.Fido GRnERm
the state Is Republican
there is cause for experience of this year as relatedto
__ __.__ _n Wauchula Advocate. hoping that much that Is worth the democratic primary. But we : .:
--o i while will be achieved. must go further. Don't if
Fido shall not bark tonight. worry your job is Sltl"l,, !
If this election Imply results Recognizing the difficult prob- The Times is willing to forget And rewards .
0 In. Florida democracy becoming a lems confronting Florida and be- the past and to wipe the slate your are fe\\

Did you do your bit in cleaning: up? real organized party Instead of a lieving the governor-elect to have clean. If the democratic party Is Remember that the might -0-- disorganized mob as It has been such Insight of them and such to survive in Florida, however, Was once a nut like you.
for years, It will have been worth clear ideas as to what is needed In there must be a new procedure for
Graham is Bradford's banner Democratic precinct. all IKcoat, even though it goes their solution as must be helpful the future. It will get ua nowhereto We guarantee that all good 1h
0-- down( In defeat today.-Ocala Star.o The Times supported him for the indulge In a wholesale challenging < i:I t'1.tiseda
State Fair Jacksonville democratic nomination for the of votes In the next primary, sold by us are the same quality a.v handled
the Florida
Don't forget the dates set for
Plant City and Starke claimto governorship. After the nomination as the law now provides may be all CLASS merchants ( /) ; Y
be the state's strawberry centers and when the political war done. That Is it will get us no- PRICES ARE LOWER on an a\",'ige 0
o--- but Wauchula !is fast coming clouds began to gather In the where except as to Increased feel- .
The guy next door, is wondering if Tammany built the Into prominence as the South's state, the Times still supported Ing and bitterness. The thing to If any goods ;you receive from, us do
cucumber renter. Shipments are him and urged support of him because do is, from now on, to make it come up to your highest expectations; 's
Tamiami Trail.Bradford < now( going forward from that section he wall the democratic nomInee sure that only those who will I be returned and amec
0 and prces! are such as to make Now that he has been elected agree to support the party nominees your moneyviil be- 'refund

I is number 27 in the scale of Florida counties the growers wear broad smiles of the Times proposes to keep on state and national, shall be OUR PRICES ARE. SPECIALS::
satisfaction.-Times-Union. supporting him In his every effort allowed to participate in the mak- I PORE
) using fertilizers. -o toward giving Florida the best and ing of democratic nominations or ERY DAY IN THE WEEK, AND: !NOT
t" o most helpful government.The to seek preferment as the candidates i THREE
I guy next door says the I ITEMS\ to 1"11\\,
of the democratic party. youii i
Dunnellon had an Old Maids Convention last week. Num- I tain growing her flapper equlllbrum cannot If she long persists main- Times of Doyle wishes K. the Carlton administration the- I This and this alone will preserve' I the .store, but ON THE ENTIRr I. i LINE; ) !A

tc ber attending, 0. In using skirt goods that shrinks. completes success and shall contribute the Integrity of the democratic I GROCERIES DRY GOODS
: :
o -Starke Telegraph. It Isn't her whatever it can toward party. and
equilibrium) that Is worrying the whatever It proposes that will in Such Is the rule In Alabama. I TIONS
n Turkey Creek's cork club held a demonstration last week. growing; flapper. Palm] Beach 1U judgment contribute to that Such is I the ruld !in Georgia'. It ,
v Results not given. Sun end was applied In both these states Compare Our Prices with Others Bat,

wl ..n.. 6 -o-- We have no desire to discuss the this year and no explanations haveto Buying.; u
be made when It is stated that .
A certain Palatka] sportsman is campaign Just ended as relates to
A tip to golfers. One membership in Sanford -
our year they are and will remain demo '
buch a notorious ash liar that he the ]part of Mr. Carlton or any other -
country club to swap for groceries., j got ashamed of himself and went therein. That is water over the cratic. In South Carolina they go >.' EVERY DAY SPECIALS
0 < \,o see Doc. Zeigler] to see If an dam which cannot be brought back further. Participants! In demo- FLOUR
r I' operation wouldn't make him quitIt. and made to( turn wheels. But cratic primaries have to make oath Pounds
Marianna: ias a Blue Heaven Filling Station. A gallon of Doc. that they will support the democratic _
recommended the operation since In hs! statement Mr. Carlton '
of oil of_' and ticket "from president to 12 Poundsfor _____ .
gas, a quart a pint thou and removed his "hip pock has said "Florida is and will remain no
0----- ets"-but strange to say the pa- democratic. The experiences' constable"to= use an expression 21 Pounds.for ___ i
telnt now Is worse than ever.- of this campaign have taught quite familiar to .us here In Flor-] .
We lost, but that doer hot prev'eht us from getting a kick Palatka Times-Herald. some valuable lessons. The party Ida-before being-allowed to vote ', ., PILLSBURY FLOL'll121"ounds
therein South Carolina! Is, proportionately '' ,__. _._ 60c: 21 pounds
out of reading papers issued before and after election. --oStrawberries --- must be maintained not by shoot- $1
1 for Thanksgivingfrom ing among our own troops but by to total vote the most QUALITY FLOURS
rl o democratic state In
this section are now prac- recognizing the true rights and predonderantly DIAMOND
t ; See where they had Treasurer, Hunt in Winter Garden. tically assured according to thoseIn dutes! of citizenship standing together the union. S12 pounds ___ .-

Hunting treasurers seems to rte. a; national, pastime also. touch with the situation and In the real spirit of America The past is back of,us. Let it 2J Pounds --- --_5 _________ $1
wko'have the last few days visited ," it Is approprate, that d moc- be the past. But let "remember MORNING GLORY, 12 pounds
----p4r ---
various patches where there are racy's future course be that we must chart a'different ?
? Sanford Herald is advertising money to loan, white or now ripe berries and considerable in this connection.It cpnBldered// course for the future, else see the I 21 pounds --_- -----__________ $$1

colored. Yellow and green seems to be the'favorite colors. I bloom. Indications, It Is said must be apparent democratic party die.-Tampa T.OPSALL. 12 pounds _____ _

f o point to some real early berries i if "Jo lorlda. Is and will remain Daily Times. 24 pounds/ ----- __________ $1
In quantity if nothing unforseen democratic" there mnst be a real v i j
Congressman Green's district stayed in the Democratic happens to the.present prospects. democratic party InTlorlda. Just C. K.: IMCOflRAM NOV. I8TH

U' column, only Madison and Marion counties falling by the way- -Plant City Enterprise: now the condition is that Florida 'WE ARE PAYING FOR EGGS- $t3c Dos
side. ='--O-- la democratic and Florida Is re- Song-"Give of our Best to the
s "I can only succeed," said Herbert publican. Speaking among our Master" Fryers, per pound ___---n 30c, 21o 3//

o I Hoover "by the co-operation selves and with the state administration Duet-"In the Garden." Hens, pound ___u__ ___ _._ _
' Poetic justice overtook an Anti-Smith office holder in I and( unity of spirit of all leadersof in mind we' can truly say Evening prayer-By pastor Leghorn Fryers, per pound _
opinion and of action or the Florida is democratic that ev- Solo] -"Someone Is Looking to
Pinellas when his
county republican opponent snowed him common service of our country" ery democratic nominee has been Ifoti." L"phorllllens, pound ___ __

under. AI Smith's wire of congratulations elected. Speaking of us, people Bible I Message-Hebrews 11:31

I -- --- sent late Tuesday night was a outside the state can as (truly say to TZrl.S. '. ,I Package Grits, 3 for _,, ____
' splendid example of just what Mr. Florida Is republican, the Solo--"It Pays to Serve Jesus."
Coast cities that
i are insisting that prohibition officers be garbed
Hoover wants, and needs. Let ev- state having named republican Pageant-"Pages from Florida Packane Meal, 3 for _____ _
in uniforms so they can be distinguished from other highwaymen eryone follow Smith's example In presidential] electors. It is an incongruous Christian Endeavor History." Gold Medal Oats, 3 for ._._ .

spirit Herald.If not lit telegiama.San.ford situation. It shows! that Offering-(For Support of C. E.Union. Sunnold Milk, small 5c; large
it Florida Is to be democratic it .) -
o ---o-- must have a democratic party that Son>r:-The Sort ot God Goes Table Peaches,No. 1 cans,3 for
Replace the unsightly poles carrying the signal light with In one case In court last week means something, that we must Forth to War" ARGO RED SALMON tall can
' iron standards, carrying two of the white way lights and the the defendant' a dumb looking have democratic nominations that MIspah Benediction. ARGO PINK SALMON tall
darkey, was placed on the stand. democratic nominations and ,
cable. are
Some doubt was expressed as to not those that are the result of a St. Augustine-St. Johns Coun- Pork and Beans ________.-__ _

-o-' whether he knew the nature of an "free-for-all" In which such askill ty's $2,200,000( road program, Sauer Kraut ______________ _
So far our exchanges have failed to realize the national oath so Judge Bullock decided to without regard to nearing completion.Lake .
Shrimp in
question him. "Jim." lie said, Worth-County* IIrld'geshere Glass __________n _
calamity pending in the defeat of Major Hoople for justiceof "what would happen If you told a their political solely faith.with regard to and' im Lantana reptdred'. Dill Piclles in glass _.___-__
the peace. lie?" "I'd go to Hell and burn up" Spoaklng I Larne Glass Preserves
the democratic party and without __
"Tes. and what would happen If
o rou'd tell the truth r" "We'd lose any individual or set of Individuals .. ".. 1'T _...
Benjamin of the Palm Beach Independent has found a the case and I'd go to Jar I.**-Ocala tinier the sun In inlad. The Times, GREEN COFFEE, pound ____
use for brown makes bold to say here and now. Cumberland Coffee __ __
derbies since the election's over. He suggests Star. can __
they be used for hen nests. cI I sincebeen" the tutusin Q,t that om ocracyae from now FLORIDATHEATRE Charmer- Coffee- can _______ __
The state radio station atOaiaesrirta
o WRtJF. became ot'lts i on the democrfctlQ party must havea I Maxwell House Coffee, _____ _

.. One of Starke's football fans at the game In Savannah low wave length can nvt be received convention and ,formulate Its Maxwell House Tea _________

Saturday inquired "Shay, was that touchdown made duringthe by persons with stock mod own own rule platform] for the apd conduct)lay down of its its FOUR BIG DAYS Orange PekoeTea'', We; 3 for
els of radios. Only by readjusting
flrsht shecond whl h rules must be
or quart? own .
the sets can this be hear, and In
o doing: so some of the longer wave scrupulously it baa observed.not had these It is for be- Mon., Tues., Wed., Thurs. I Tobaccos, Mule, Apple. Bloohound, FishHook

The Dahlonega (Ga.) Nugget carried an editorial tellingits Target stations Springs must be sets sacrificed"have Beenad A few- cause years, because it baa been but little The Greatest Picture of the I Spark Plug, King Pin, and others

readers "How to be Happy Though Married." See nothing lusted1-- to receive the state station more than ft. name because the Year 3 Plugs for n____ _____

say nothing} hear nothing. broadcasting but the Leader be- .. party organization has been only Prince ,Albert, 2 picas for
lees ornamental non-
a a liens new the wave solution allocation to be by through the federal a functioning more o.r body, that the demo fee and Heap Camels Chesterfields Lucky 2for31
Cheering news to the bootleggers: "No immediate changein radio commission -*- Tarpon cratic party nods Itself ia the position Camel Cigarettes, per carton
the it occupies In Florida today. "
government's prohibition methods anticipated under SpringsLeader.
More than 25d,'00 voters participated -
the administration of Herbert Hoover." Loyally o- In the democratic primary AL JOLSONIa t Pound cans Crisco, per can

oI.cesburg A'man( may lose his house and lot, of June 5, No party candidate 8 pounds Royal Aster Lard $

chamber of commerce is extending a cordial His friends may pass him by, state or national like has many received 4 pounds n_ __ ________

welcome to the PaRAGrnphera of the state to attend the He may not have a thin dime left votes Yet anything an unusually so full vole I 2 pounds __ ________
To rent a slab of pe! ;
, I birthday meet of the scribblers in that city November IS-19! But if h& owns the homeliestAnd has been:> cast throughout the I The Singing i FoolWorld's : 2 pounds Snowdrift ______ _
all who voted In the
states Since
saddest dog In town, 4
Check us in. themselves pounds Snowdrift __ ___
He ball one pal whose love primary had ttV name I $1
o i! Rill never turn him honest'' I 08 democrats" in order to do HO, this Greatest Enter- 8 pounds Snowdrift :__
The letter writer is conceded to be his mean that many of them dd: not I I
anonymous generally A man may kick mangy pup taner! singing "Sonny Boy" "It

built in the shape of a man, but he has more of the character- Still And will cuss the him faithful day and'cur night lIe true steeni meaulng the anything party: ; that primary the mak-as All Depends on You" and many j I Men's Dress Shirts ..__ Si.00 and $:\

istics of the jackal, the skunk and the buzzard In his make-up And< greet him with delight: ing of democratic nominations had others. New Lot Coming

than of a human being. Life! long he sits upon the porch no yalue. Also Bays Dress and I Work{ Shirt
0 And wags his happy tall. Many of the participants In the 2 Deluxe Vitaphone Acts SWEATERS FOR EJ'BRrO.YE ,
To greet!: his lord when he shall Junta primary were not democratic And $
State chamber of commerce, cannot understand how the come -they' never have been, they do Ladies Hose, 25c, 45c $1.00 and

average filling station in Florida, manages to exist on a gross From Congress or from Jail. not want to be and do not Intend Movietone Talking News Men's ,Hose, 3 pairs for
month from and few dollars from I -Author unknown.: to. be. Most o( these would have =====
profit of $80 per gasoline a Children 25c. Adults 75c ======
of the had ,
--o--- remained out primary .
A' lubricating oil. Page Sherlock.. MIE.CAItI.TOVM: << KTATKMrorT; they not been Invited Into it by Plow Lines, per pair

P -0- B V BM> candidates or their friends who In FRIDAY & SATURDAYSee Stove Pipe --- -_____________
It's not too late yet to give the Dade City Banner' definition TIle post-elect statement ofDoyls their desire to further a particularcause ;' 1 Gallon Oil Cans __________-
E. Carlton, governor-elect of told them It was all right
c of n politician: : "A man who has nothing say and insists Florida which la carrier else to come along and vote. Such.at and Hear 5 Gallon Oil Cans __________
on saying it." Some of our Democratic nominees who '

were on the fence were evidently good politicians. Not to be outdone by Bradenton! where an ordinance was Helene CostelloIn j Gallons Oil for _

o i passed to prohibit roosters from crowing, a petition is now be- Poecdfr
Carlton's home county, Hardee, went solidly Republican, : ing circulated around Starke asking the city dads to declare Smokeless Shotgun Shells, 3 drams Got

1 from the smallest county office to presidential electors. The' "by ordinance, or otherwise, the barking of dogs within said "MIDNIGHT TAXIE" 1 J.-8 oz. Shot ___________ I'er

day has passed when democratic nominees may sit down after I city, a public nuisance and prohibit anyone from allowing Preln' '

rM the primary' and take no part in fighting for the ticket as a i their dogs to bark in said city." Midnight TaxieWith Save Our Coupons. ,LaterAndrews We will have

whole. ----0---,
o That peace and harmony shall prevail within our little

\ PaRAGraphers, we note are still hurling mirth at each city, to save the temper and shoes of our citizens, and to pre-

other about this moving picture called "Satin Bloomers"-and vent the severe: strain on their swearing ability, we petitionthe OlrAPElONEGAINESVILLE+ Stowon

\ ne called "Silk Stockings." Just what are those pictures like, city.council to make unlawful the pernicious practice of

ay?-Ocala Banner Move your desk up to a window and cats using backyard fences as a rendezvous for nightly concerts -

out. between the hours of 8 p. m.yand 6 a. m. *

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