Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 23, 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: UF00027795:02360
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ESla idge Reads ELECTION VOTEIS Twenty ; Warmer Weather Is--r|"r Two Convicts- l

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[Last MessageIn OFFICIALLY Ago- Expected To Arrive I Make Get Away

Two Weeks ANNOUNCEDOnly I I I For Florida Relief ,i From Raiford .

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?,. ii.. HI-HI- Opinion on :Many Few OflU-rn Itrinnlu To IWCounted ,'\'I,.<. ,1' I With frost predicted for most of I Jnliiesvllle: Nov. 15.-Chief .:. .

1'I'Obl'DlII I Ity Oiinfonl.Tallahassee. I : i the state, unless l'io breezes continue D. Vestal of the local police department -
l ry I j has been advised by
to blow. Florida
I Nov. 20.-A num- Nov 21.-Official faced another i Captain W K. flrown, of the State
0I I ashen" in returns from the I 7 night of low temperatures
{ presidential election Prison farm nt llalford, that two
,net some new problems I'I .
of( ; in Florida November 6. show- i front the second! cold snap of the "onvll" ", K. Aullrrmn, aged 27. ; t I,
beta .President Coolidge as ed the highest Republican elector HeilHOM I Mr th' it deep scar over' his. left eye- ,

I tinn iporoaches for him to received a vote of 144,168 while I' 3 y tit ( The weather bureau last :tad Fred Smith aged 10 weighing '

ec \\h\t\ .x''h and last annual mes- the Democratic high elector had : night .11+0u1 130: pounds had made a !getaway ;
101,764 it 'rttiiiecl MnrnliiKt to growers ''k'
was announced today I from the convict farm '
3d.E ; ;( .dent's final communi- by Secretary-, of State II. Clay i !, 4 .. 1MT'. through; Florida that winds which The men "stole, a homo nnd mule t' f
. te this I character; will be Crawford I + ( prevented front Tuesday night likely md u ere.!' trailed by blond hounds l l.m r' r

ii pltol,) hill two weeks Socialist electors received 4.036: t will din down tonight/; bringingthe far us Luke Duller, where they
.EII md the prospects are votes and Communist representatives I dole n gray Ford Bedin: motor
in( threat of the white killer
no, .
ulvance of his departure gubernatorial election In ofllclal I t' 'WitI.s tender growing (plants as far south i lr\ Stance), of I.nlio flutter
( ; \\HtinnRton next week for a figures and for four constitutional :in<. tho muck lands of the )Kvcr- Word hum been received that

a ilk, <'II vacation in Virginia amendments also were tabulated I rluck'RTompprntHIPR. \ :i they are now traveling In cotnuiny -

.'III, ; iiv has tha material belli by the secretary of state ( Hit night were ex- of two girls Albera Dean,
j The vote for Individual might 11C pounds, ngc 27, and\ .+ ,4is
,", miii I which he may bade!: t r president III 'I'll to( hiUS lOW US lllOHH TPgiltrcd -
IP; 'tidation for legislation I electors was: Democratic: Atkinson Tuesday night, the weather '' .oiilHn Smith, The party are nc>w .

I:: 'Moulder, canyon dam, a 100,721 ; Cnwthon 09,9,43, ; Imrpflii nn'd. but the chill will modMiti bought 'to be riding lit a now Ford) !

Mi figured, to some ex- | Deesc, 100,2 16; Kehoe 1111,514Parker ; "" .. today und tilt I sun hl'lulhnrlc\ ,,+leduu,

1 pr..sldentla) campaign I 101,764 ; and Sparkman. I ti', iiMiinl/ warmth/ Outlying/ seeau ---. ---- :,

II, -h there' fans been a 99,738. of ..laI'lIKollvllhwllh; :32 dccr Bumper Strawberry
rl-cusllfolrdurlng! al- Republican: Abbot 114.1.18rker ; ."i,, had .lh" lowoMt oniclul tum- !
I heCoolldge admlnls- ,\ 143.150; Aldrich 14.1,716.:: ; .. O"1'ntl1rTUKcla '
) night with
n Is
; Crop
Ames, 143,731 Anndernon 143, I' j Expected Y.
; iiiiliiulloii' / of readings! ; southward ,
I iiilldcnlliil/ HC'II.t"IOU' 342; and Ausherman 141981. .; :' G t+ I, 10 /tied a fis minimum at Kt'y0111.. ,

.I s I has received a coil' Socialist: : Bueklruul, 4ot.IR.: ;: ; y That i the freozIiiKrontlier did Tampa Nov 18 "1 hear somo p4.
',' ""JOrl from the commlsapnointcd ; Llndgren 1,606: Rutherford, 3- not \pcnetnite', far south !'nto. Flordii cheerful things; nbout did strawberry '7 +
by the Interior. de-, 282( ; Sanders, 1,503 ; VondufTe, 2- was evidenced! by the minimum crop In Polk and IlllUboroiiKh -

R! i Inspect!( the ellglnper-I 588 and Womsley 1,087 of 42: nt St AugiiHtluo, as compar- counties," mild Hervey W.Lulrd .
of the Communist: Adams, 3.704 ; Albright i (1(1Vlth :12 ut JackMouvllle. Duytouii !, manager of the Lakeland '

111 dam In the Colorado river. 1,569 ; Peck, 1,029 ; Rogers: | Dfuch had crisp winds Wed chamber of commerce who was In I

pronable that he will use the : 2,877; Spevack 692 ; Vann, 2,734 acidity with a rim no of tempera- Tampa yesterday "Polk county S y

SISI i which the commission has In the gubernatorial race the turn/ from 41 to 65. Farm Agent Frank" Holland says u

10 form his own Juds- vote was Carlton 148,455 and Fort Lauderdale reported 50, that the Polk'coullty crop will p: .

I Ilowey 95018. wit h rising temperatures, Mradon- run to l between 1)00) nail 1000 .!
report will not be made pub- I Oniiioiiilmcnt 1'usHtil. I tOil had 52 in the sunshine, us acres. and (hat this week It In. Ht

!hy Coolidge: since It was given I Only the amendment providingfor compared with 10 degrees lower!' 125 per cent of a normal crop In. i f : ad

only as a convenient reference I' specific proof to accompanyeach TucHilay night.; I'ensacola, on the Other words the outlook Is, as ho
'gluing/; the latest Information local bill introduced in the northwest coast, showed a low seen It, 25 percent bettor than It
the project The whole docu- I' legislature that the measure has of 37 und a maximum of 5,1 Lake- ban. any right; to be" s

II t will) be laid before congress been given the required advertising Innd wan a cool spot with 3D, after Mr. Lulrd said. the strawberry l
'! n \u ,onvenes) for its short scsi was approved The vote on I a maximum/ for twenty-four hoursof buslnuHM wax creating a great deal

i Oi The indications are II the four proposed amendments follows 711! of !Interest. In the offices of the ugRrlrulturul s

iither old-standing! prob- I : Providing for uniform laws .. I DeLiim,! shivered under a blast departments) ( nil over i )
farm relief will be dealt I governing counties and munlcipnlllfes R which lowered the mercury from the country, and new studies were l 4r y

a'1'1 ho message In. no new and designed to eliminate CO I ho day before to 40. being rundw\ along 1"'t'C'oolllllIIno... ri''

h I Mi Coolidge feels that all many'local bills from each l legislative Mlninl'B official readings !gave a that may hrliig about a great saving '' ,k

'I Ibe constructive things he has sessions: : For, 36,104 ; against, maximum of II4 for Tuesday and a I In the crop ,.

|saft,. upon farm relief already 40683. 48 low for tho night. Early forties' "it.. Is certain that a grant. many
a I > set forth In previous Providing for affidavits to ac.t'omlJllny.lo'BI wure experienced by Ilnrtow Kurt titbjes I will bo supplied( with folk )t ; it

'md! speeches and that his bill showing; that Myers, Fort .'ie ('e, Orltiudo Smi-J iomiy: | berries! for ThankMKlvUiff." ( "
f'' II what should not be done the measures had been given the loicl. '1'gnupjk"rilnsvllle, ; and St.1'eterebiii. 'continued. Mr Laird, "and that by e '

Ie .''i adequately described In I required advertising! : For, 41,629 ; ,I y during Tuesday night: ( tho first of l u-ctnbor) the supply r a

w, .,toes of the McNaryppropriations -, against31,487._ '. I .,., --- _.. will run Into neverul cars a week, "
IIgel' hill I Providing for inrreasliiK the : Hunters Increase There IH also tlio ponnlblllly that 1

of school districts and abolishment by spring: express cars! will be lit

of the maximum tax levy; service In Florida no I hut this HOC- t.l"
For for: 31,048;; against 43,534.. I! Forest Fire RiskWith I tlon call compete with the I.onlnl- + vA 4ana

Prfov} Ling for increasing the I I I that conies Into the l
crop open dl, ,
Pecan Industryongressman compensation: of members of the I (he opening of Florida's I about the first of April. With
legislature: For 33,579 ; against, I
I hunting season but one day off, freight" car equipment only the
Slate Forester. Harry Lee Bilker, Florida growers are practically( out t
It, A Oreen of the Workers of the secretary of of the r
with headquarters In Tallahassee geenrul market after the'
and Florida District calledn states's office had not totalled the ,
has Issued a warning to the thou- Louisiana crop gets to moving, but ,'
the special session of the Ap- official vote In 'the senatorial, state 1
. 2( sands of hunters that will visit the with, the greater dispatch of the ,'
prlatlons Committe which conned treasurer and other races In the I
wood Tuesday in search express curs, and the Increased
of F1
quail!, : ?
in the the close of
on Tuesday to Include general election at
Mrultural appropriation bill an busness: today.HTKAVliRIUUKS. &L3WLI turkey, squirrel and the eluslva \loud they will| | carry, this advantage It

Ira for the pecan industry in ac- I t deer. I will be eliminated and the local I'
Jance with congressional con- : ; ARE: COMING Forest Ores, according to Mr. output can go along with the
nce held last spring. lie askedan ALONG AT GOOD I CLIP: NOW Maker, annually take a toll of more other and !hold its own in price."

appropriation for the es- game than all the hunters put to- .
and gether. Fires 0I'tlm1"r.1'0: : HI: i-iu-:
Mlshment of a foreign trade Strawberries may come destroy the feed
mission to establish a foreign strawberries may go but right now and cover upon which the wild NI'NTII'I111H: : KVKMWJ: r

rket for American grown pe- It begins to appear that they are life must depend during the win-
19 lie also asked for an op- coming along at a pace that will ter months. Young bird. often The"operetta, "Once In a Blun F':
,prlallon for the Department of bring some boxes of berries to this fly Into the smoke and flume and Moon under the capable direction q'a

Iculture to use in experimental man's town in the very near fu- Wwnt deer, becoming confused In the of Mrs A. K. Wall, will bn '
rP08e for the pecan Industry ture. Reports of considerable smoke and glare of the flres, la- given this evening ( Friday) at the vr'

,kin;, 'uwards the better de- ilpe berries are current throughout t I hale smoke. and fumes and stumble high Hi-liool auditorium, under tilt j

h nm i >f the trees and the era- ; this great producing territory ,I II f t Into the path of the fire and either uusplceu of the Methodist Women' '
1 and one report is to the effect that rtp die or become crippled to such an Mluwlonriry Society: I
> (disease.sl I __ _____ ___ _,_ by '
I 'n '- 1 ? A The operetta/ ( which han/ been re-'Y .
a certain grower, win UB I-UUUHK u extent (hat they become easy prey
sl town in the next week or so with t ta for their natural enemies. henmed for the past nix weeks ,
: U ITH HKWIXO: TIIHIUUv 9! wTop. promNeB to be of the host
number of quarts of ripe fruit. w Over ninety percent of our woods one ever I
L. II. Sims who somewhat over I Ores, according (to Mr. Tinker are presented In Starkw. and u real/ "
I II i take notice you blg-
1 bass experts and you ato business In Lakeland In favorof "--- .... ._- .... .._......=- '!!'!..._ ._._....... --- --=====' I The Forester KOP further to state I the performance.
ok and line devotees! a fine piece of land on the Lake- that while tires are canned by Following lit the cast : '

r,I "I I' JU've done someth'ng und road between here and the .. c-; .' t fooUfiff cast 20 years ago. Cent.-r-bat>< .ay.. many elements there are itn unfortunately Moon Lady/ Mrx A. Z. Adklnn;

'' nnked 'a five pound 'ouuty line, found upon looking Liott :-AnolLcr view of Call street looking cast from Wonut.! \i large; number causedby Mri.' Montgomory. Mrs, H. 1t, ttohns
take with a light line and ; .Sylvia 1\I0nt1(01/l1'r Misst''ilenbeth
agreeable two hunters
his and fishermen who
1 > hundred pound tar- I M-or ___._.___ .. ( 'hnto' by It"ovi-r UroH | .u... .. arowitn Andr.we., .I......I.If"hL. .. ."....... ty
half acre patch the other day than, ---- careless nre in tile wnixm.. M. -
I it., -ono thread ultyI I 1 couple of fine and luscious PK'f1OOL!; TBOl"1lI.I'ilIUm:: : [ Sins. .\ l.OCISIJ tlfML JOHN It. \VIU.I.AM-.O.V, These fires are set un'iitentlormllyiifrrrtllno ,,'Jm.rylItI! Unlli Sternberg; ht ".
I ':. ,''n't shot from taw. .itraw berries were just yearn ng to I I: ''' ) \\ 'l!.. Y ATiii4 ; to the Forest H>rvlco! Babbitt Morton. L. "', Smith; Iletly -
know that real consumed. More are I l'iof Ma"al bnrn of I.ako : ( : Morton, Miss IOlln-1! flrimn.; Mrs
'"u picked and I > Butler, News was received in Starke IIO.MK: r.m MI.UJolin but :Mr. HaKor points out that fires
n evidence for the grower. He I and 1 AI'is Myrtle Wood of Ala- Wednesday of the death of \firs lt't un'ntentlonally or carelessly Mia/ Luvr.-ndfr, Miss Claudia (III-
occur to you to go' he re fore brought them in to the I i.Iniu. were relieved of their dutiesin I It. Wllllinfon: died<< Nov., ran do as much harm as those net 'hrlHt, Hilly Mixwull. Nolan Ca-
*th common gardening enterprise both luscious and of j I : the Drooker school Monday! following Mary Louise Dyal, wife of John I', 1.1 at II'H borne on Houro :2:, Lulu, willfully or maliciously.In nova; Ceorgo: Taylor.. David W. u n

thread? Might be fine color and taste. More are In a meeting or the school Dyal which occurred at her homeIn at the ago of 71. He In survivedy askIng for the co-operation Moore; Sir I'ertlval Chctwood L.

.mows, you say but ,klence for the near future ac- I board. Methods of puuirvbnient Tampa Tuesday night after an hi- wife and ten children, /'..CrR.J. of the sportsmen of Florida In the Wyman ; N Rene LeMon, Wesjey
,'d fish, never! NoT ord'ng: to the number of green used on some of the scholars were ItlneM of months duration. It. Waldron of Lulu, Mrs J. W. protection of the forests from lire, 'Iteurns; Buzanno Miss Virginia

T 1 \ 5 niakeman, of ItaUI1 berries just awaiting the ripening I the basis of the grievances presented Funeral services H'>rw, Lulu Mm. A. I.. Horn, Mr. llaker sets forth some simple Weeks; Shylurg/ Telfalr Long/ ;
and Is a fisherman of stage.-Plant City Enterprise: to the board and after were held In Whltesvlile, N. C., and Mr. Ida rules which will not only help to 'Hop H'IIK 111. Taut Knight and
rt. ippens to be one of the -------.- hearing both s'den the board suspended I Tampa at three o'clock Wednesday Williamson of Hartow Flu." ; Mrs preserve the sport'but'I also Insure Mooney. Sanford E, Hitch,

''I'll m. ethers of the National GETAUTOTAGSTIME both teachers. afternoon from the First Baptist ri. L. Gee of Lulu, It. /M. Will'am- a new crop of timber. Miss Florence Andrews will be

,bin'> .I"ad': and Light Tackle SliperillteadentVlltKlnll, who Is nlflrlatlng.church with Dr. C. W Duke son of Lulu J. Williamson, of Mo mire cigarettes cigars, 'he accompanist! for the evening i d

ama 'e.ub. Just now he la at IS NEAR taking the place of the prnclpal: Besides her husband the Theressa, Via.; A. Williamson matches, and pipe tobacco are extinguished iiid the committee In charge are
r.h on St. Andrews Day, until his successor 1* appointed deceased |lot Plartow, and K. and ResslwWilllamHon before throwing them Mesdames H. A Weeks, A, Z. Ad- r
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survived by four
annual tussel with Flora -- has not made any statement concerning daughters.Mrs at home Her, S. H. away. klns and K. M. Johns
:<11! Harry A. Lugh of Pennsylvania
water fish-and Is flshi Ninety-three automobile license the incident, but it Is understood -.' Pearce officiated at the funeral Hulld the camp fire or warming t
.1 :: i wing| ) thread Instead of tag' agencies' are to be established the puplli of Miss, Woods' Herman Krause Mm. which was held at 10 o'clock lire In a safe place. Never leavea TI'XTIItTIXWoI: : : : +t.
'gin: To George Clegg and Miss Ruby Dyal. ..
l ul the ordinary flsherl ("'n Florida, according to announce room brought up for punishment i' of Tampa., and two Thursday morning at Bethlehem. brothers A. C.
\k1I1' l I" nonsense, but Mr. ment. Every county In the.state were subjected to the "belt line Ditrden of H. A, WllHon had charge of funeral leaving for the day, make sure it We understand that Evangelist
Tampa and A. A. Dur- .
aye not will have local facilities for fur- rule" In which the offender received den ot arrangements.!; to. out--dead out. 3mlt.h la. going to conduct services ;t
Hampton. '
Eman's biggest. fish thus n'shlng' the needed metal tag his punishment at the bands ----- Do not try to smoke out squirrels 'n his tent In Starke for two or
ion la 91-2 Those attending the funeral w. tt'.tDF.: II.1M1'los. 'oU'UU; weeks.. Her, Mr. Smith Isa
J eb a pound which permits one to operate his of other students. The principal from or other game. Too often, more
t \ nor known along some automobile In publ'Some of was charged'wltb being too severein Stark.were Mesdames Lila t4T.ITKi.1R TKI-IIH-\T:: ItIKHCalnesvllle : trees or logs catch on fire on the : general evangelist of the Metho-
: Oriffla and L. _
:: O. Boawley.H.XOW '
vas the coaet as a sea bass the larger counties will have more his punishment of student, inside and smolder until they' dist church In good standing, 11
Tht a few days ago off Nay 20.-William Tbe ministers of Starke extendto
break Into lame, and finally ignite
than one agency. FOR MOCTIIFIICMT
"saa > i
"tty with an ordinary No. automobile owner is being "WII.O WKST: MTCF'F'Editor Wade Hampton, former presidentof the woods. our brother our very best wishes,
O' > The Of H..'$()\
tbe Florida Dar association! ( and for God'sblessings
cotton sewing thread reminded that he soon will have Telegraph: end our co-operation
era t' "Kgle prominent) Florida attorney, diedat three children, of whom Is the of the
of twelve minutes. to keep his The two men who one on preaching
money young were
some .:
The spend Nov.
to Atlanta
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rk K Itlmore angler has set a machine running In plain view of recognized: all being the ones who approached '-. Temperatures bill home here early tonight bf- Mrs. C. D. Dentil of Tampa. Mr. gospel. We urge all citizens to attend .
flIt Florida fishermen tot for the 1929 tag season I Ie were heavily loaded with Joy Juice the freezing ter an extended Illness. Hampton also i I..* survived by two the services and help to make
JOt traffic, point for the
&I approaching.Agents and emptied their pistol In- the Sunny South today Mr. Hampton, who was 72 years brothers, Hilton S. Hampton of them a real benefit A revival of
rapidly and the
first breath
and agencies for handling 1 air'were both found the same Jlllht drove Indian of winter old was a native of Oeorgla and Tampa and Frank Hampton of Christian religion will do us all

:': OT1CE1be the new tags are being announced by four city and county officer The away first of summer. came to Florida as a child. He was Gainesville and two slaters, Mrs.J. good and we shall pray for a real f
now the .
daily by W. V Allen, motor One wa arrested and handcuffed Mason U one of the oldsst attorneys In the If. Drown oC Louisville, Ky., spiritual blessing to come upon our
reported In tbe .
western North -' -'-% .. o
box n last sum- and \UTS. G. C. Crom of Gainesville. city.
chairman *
departnwnt but was released' at once.
supper :New Rivet vehicle Carolina, mouII &
hSalhouse tahlsecUOIJ.. la taep and aad been.m.Iinee.. Funeral arrangements were Incomplete On behalf of the Ministerial Asso.
I hat been postponed. of TanabasMe. Reader; Aahevllla' two Inches
I snow ell. 44lLLaj; are his widow and today. i I O. P. Raymond Secretary.3I 1I ;,



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__. __ 0 .., ,- pcnses: about $20, we just made II I Jacksonville-Miners Transportation Pinelllll ,
Even in
: Dollars and Cents
Matrimony '0Id,1ehvtr, ,
Co., Inaugurate all-ex- "
part of
-vn an event 50 auspfcous' as /1 "iii" .I', i

last home game. / Remains the Best Paid Job for Women pense annual tour to Miami and Tarpon sl ill ,',1-' ""I.1(1"( ,

this place in effort to bring visitors will be ipb l
BRADFORD We appreciate those that came In spite of her "new place" In '...... I to Florida. 01H'111 .Ii'' \ I,, ilr': r "ail ,
business and Industry, the best paid II way now i II''"1 .
out-If they paid. But what seems I I :
I Vero Beach Hull Indian River tween "on
I her
job for woman today remains just "lid,,, I j'
to be true last Friday-that's whatwe're e ti, Fruit Company locates branch Pas ''' ,d
High School Journal I II getting at. People snooping( matrimony.vhat It has always been-that of packing: house here. road (build o CO'I nc'IUD' "' \ '!lip

I 1'
Ii Orlando- Plans made for razing
_ In like dirty gamins, to watch our And by "best paid" isn't meant a building at Orange avenue an'lchul'ch Brew8CPI'over ::" I I' ,J"d wad r
boys fight for the worthy reasons I 1'1' ,
snltxry settled
i by sentiment. The I street preparatory to reeling Co., makes ( rn
that they do, without helping to ,'
perquisites of home I'I.
and children. .
I I eight story new $350,000 I. ,
_.. First II'
I another mlm '
do the only thing/ the boys can'tdopay love and protection, aren't counted
National Bank & Trust Co., bulld-
the for that we In figuring the The Stuart-( .J,
expenses pay envelope.
JIKII 1"J.\SlmS I Cary Simmons. Mrs. IT. C. Hitch, "ig. r
; 1JMIA are disgusted and ashamed for our wages of matrimony, counted In dollars rebuilt. \T""
teacher. own town.TItN,1lRIM. and cents alone, make the married '. I fate Worth County reron- Madison ,
First C and low 2nd 13: Cleone woman.tile most highly paid ot 'tf$:fc, .' -UUit'nsc Lak \\' o fast stepping team the Jtlver- Kdmomlson ; ('IWoIfoJSOS; : lier sex. 'oJ' I Ft. l\Iyel'S.-Thls city will expend building a

tilde Red Flashes came down from Lily Mae Clark. Fred- AT \\ )\\ ) TODAY Such, at least Is the conclusion of iIIi'< "'''" ',-..,& I $25,000 planting palms in 1\Ieibollrnp ,
I rlka Struth teacher. Mrs K. Norntan HUl on, who writ- '. : I,0' -; '. I"
\ "JlDl:1t
Jacksonville last Friday and spoil- ." < parkways and city owned parks. on 'on\lel'., :
Second grade: Louise Sullivan ing In the Cosmopolitan under the ; :; ', "I I .h'l1.'
1 > Alt.! Dora pier
ed an Otherwise perfect day tor the I Clara )Flume, Lillian Moseley, Nettle Bradford's Roaring' Tornadoesare pen name of "Diane Bourbon" contends \:;, :,< -Rapid progress mado I WInter tlni' ,I ? u"a boat
In Wildwood this afternoon for not renovating and remodeling Fruit :
only that Distrun
wives are the :: < I "?
local populace. The last home Dowling, Margaret Albertson ''' 1\1t'j .
I the purpose( of bringing a stormy best paid of all women but that, as v < J'y< } Dora Yacht Club building. completed. I
same of the Bradtord Tornadoes Gloria Johns, Mary Harriet BIs- a class, they .' < : .
football season to, we hope, a glorious are greatly overpaid 'j I -
hop Era' Edwards, Mary Jane I : ,, ,,; =
"The -
turnei) out to be a sad affair as close wife she declares, Nil paid ; f
{ Judd, Nellie Silcox, Leon Leach, n top-of-the-market wage. Whetherher
the visiting grlddera rolled over a McKay Johnson, A. Z. Adklns Jr., The Railroaders are the outfit husband ls a navvy or a millionaire ,::, : ,::, .f
but Never the lens direct that Coach Ray"s boys held, o.a : ', < : ,i .
rough Inman Green, George Silcox, Ida she le.Irtcrally.doled\ wlto y ,. /"' it.i. .h" .
t path to a 19-0 victory. Mae Andrews. Miss Ethel Griffin 6.0 win, and the return engage- the equivalent of his worldly goods ""y : ." "" y"I' J '' J
A result however was more to teacher. ment Is being looked forward to. She lives just as well as his petition "'C'tr'< : 1"'F" "':*':"""j'<;'?,.i.< ,, -Jj.il: 'Once in a BLUE MOON'A
If the Tornadoes will fight their can possibly enable her "" .<,
the credit of the Rlversldera than Third grade: nilly Long Billy to live. Better :>.$> ; .;;;" ,, s it".J
against Coach Ray's charges/ Our Powell, L. O. Jones, Jr., Elton way to a victory today, it will be -In nine hundred and ninety- l t<] 1II
nine cases out of a thousand-than
outclassed' by the an easy matter for Bradford 1118hto
boys were simply
? i McKinney, Clarice Gill, Ella Mae she could by her own unaided efforts. Mlrr 1)/IlNIl 801.8QN 11
big town outfit. The Red Flashes regard the season as a success. ." ,
Manning, Beatrice Moseley, Frances .
possessed an excellent line considering Lee Peek, Edna Pearce, Wilier INITIAL; HTl'UKNTHASSKMIILY; ; Because wifehood Is the most pro cheaper than a wife--end in many Musical RomanceIn

Its weight, besides a well Mae Thornton, Bessie Varnes, Deu- :: HKLULast tected Industry In the world. Mrs. cases loss trouble!
..a balanced backfield that packed two lah Drown, Hazel Crews, Gladys lilacn contends It U filled with "Taking It by and large, .'vlves ere
real ball carriers In Krantz at full shirkers who refuse even to attemptto at their beat In the lowest lOud poor
and Andrews a hefty halfback Manning Miss Madge Mlddleton, Friday morning the first of make good at their jobs. est grade. of society and In all rl8l'l'wheu
r rivaled each teacher. the bi-monthly student assembly "Tha Incompetent .tenogr pher," tremendous demands are made
These gentlemen honors through- Fourth grade: A. W. Anderson, was held in the chapel auditorium, Abe says, "la liable to unsentimental l lc11pmIH8al. upon them. They are definitely at Prologue and Three Acts
other for starring
k Mae Mersereau, Viola Tyler, Der- I for the purpose of organization, But a wife may be as Incompetent their worst when living over-enstly.
I nut and both contributed two of le Mae Ward. Mrs. Mcltae, teacher while a short program was featured. as she likes. Practically they are given everything! end i.vr I;:
,r the best performances seen on the ,, epialclng, there la no remedy. Even nothing: i not even companionship

, Bradford Krantz grid.scored the first touch- Fourth B: Reese Bradfley, Fre- The nominees of the various positions la these days, a housekeeper Is till graciously) in return." COMMITTEE: IN CHARGE-Mrs. R..1. WEKS

f da Brown, Taylor Belcher, Jr., selected Murrah
; down and kicked the extra point- MRS. A. Z. ADKINS MRS. E., M. JOHNS.
Nina Lee McClellum, Annie Mae Rooks president; Elmer McMil
;i;i ) late In the first quarter when Gator McClellum, Erma Sloan, Martha lan, secretary; William Duncan, 1'1.1YER4 MKKT: : NOTICE MUSICAL DIRECTOR, MRS. A. E. WALL
b Inman Tornado center flipped AFTER 20 TEARS
, { Slade, Don Stiller, Floy Thomas. vice president; Hazel Adkins, ACCOMPANIST, MISS FLORENCE ANDREWS
pr 'i a bad pass high over Dave Moore'shead Miss Gussie Mae Bennett, teacher treasurer I There will be a home-coming day

; as the latter was set to punt. Fifth grade: Vonda Inman, It Is thought that the selection !JiiIJ' at New River Baptist churchon
An alert forward pouncedon ; ::
.I enemy Ruby Leach, Fannie Silcox, Leona of these young people for the .:I" ': the second Sunday In December
the ball Just fifteen yards from CAST OF CHARACTERS
Ward, Paul Raymond Miss Eun- will a I membersare
the goal. Then a few smacks at responsible positions prove 1938. All pastors and

the line set the stage for Krantz' ice Perkins, teacher. wise one. The program was closed / 1. .J urged to be present, and a cor- Moon Lady-Lady of the Blue Moon 3Ir! A. ZJ
Sixth Mildred Griffis ( .
grade: with an, excellent reading by Hazel .,
t1 push: through tackle and the score. <,;11.f dial invitation Is extended to the A ilk ins.
Helen Mereserau Millie Judd,
Underhill N' 'i.t"
The count assummed larger: proportions l <, public. Dinner will be served on
i ( early in the second per. Donald McRae, Alice Mast, Alma X < the ground al the noon hour. l\Irsl\Iontgomery. The Hostess ,__ __ Mrs. E. :M John
11KU CHOSSM.S n'OH'f;;
Andrews Frlnk .
Myrna Dorothy
Andrews tossed a neat pans t.l&! .$Yi Wis.W: 'Sylvia Montgomery, Her Daughter Elizabeth Andrewf
rod KNTH: '
I Klckllter!! Alma Thornton, Louise r'I ::Io:"" I
'to Holllnbacker, right end, who I Snyder, Mildred Hundley, Martha .k t. ,\ Leatrice Montgomery Her Younger Daughter Ruth
broke away for a twenty-live yard I Powell, Charles 1'ender, Alice Sll Rev. Raymond brought to the NOWWe'll Sternberg

j gallop to the (goal( cox, Annie Murhee, Louise Kite, student body last Thursday, a call :;: t1#" ,
The Riverside scoring efforts : Hurry Edwards. to membership of the American ;f .>:-.;. ,.(:f:. '. i Mr. Babbitt Morton, A Home Town Booster Mr L|

were just halt as frequent In the Red Cross. In a short talk Rev ,,ji : : F. Smith
laKt 'halt, due largely to the desperate .\T\Osl'lImm'l'U\UITIOXS: ;; Raymond pointed out the great '' ) ,;' --t: i
:Ii 1 Betty Morton Sylvia's Best Friend Ethel Griffin
offense maintained by the Importance of Its organization, its <4. 1 .',' $:! .
I Tornadoes In the closing quarter. As the poet would say, back use and need of expansion. He '; J' Mrs. Lila Lavender Still in Mourning Oaudi&I

t Taking a punt the Red Flashes uncorked again we are, after a two weeks railed" attention to the fact that "' "' "::!; ', .- Tell One iI i GilchristBill
a wild and wooly 60 yard absence, and considerable workedup the local chapter has only nine ; ,'j iI
that occupied most of the 4 /I. '* 't. I Maxwell, A Victim of Circumstances Nolan (ranor8
mark over certain matter are we. members, at the present time. He : M i* ); i

1 third quarter. The advance in.t : expressed a desire that the, students ,ft',*- :,-) ,a'x ...wao-...,,
hided about everything known to A pretty bum poet would he be, would join immediately, the bi; Sir Percival Chetwood ((1\1 Rene La Mon). Psendo-
e 7 man and beast, with Andrews doing or rather, he wouldn't be any membership tee being one dollar Vi{ I
ball toatln. When Pleni-Potentiaries._ Mr. Wyman Wesley Stearns
most of the kind of a poet, for the above was per year.311L1tNI'1. ,

the pigskin was finally carried anything but poetry. Nevertheless Twenty years ago a little girl Suzanne, The French Maid\ _____ Virginia Weeks
live yards of the goal this ; ; mums: : OUTWHIRLWIND named Gladys Smith played her
within we will certainly stick to the statement -
Hop Sing Hi[ The House Man___ Paul Knight
I ,
r lIam! Andrews a husky hunk of for we are most assuredly ;; 12-l first role on the stage, in a production l

d beef, wearing a loudlsh yellow jac- worked upabout( something. of "The Silver King" in Skylark Roams A Detective 0__ h Telfair Lone

ket crashed through the downtrodden I The girls cage outfit of the Bradford Toronto. and with her was a small o Mooney A Policeman_________ Mr N Sternberg
I Bradford forwards for the It was wafted hither that a num- high: school journeyed to boy of about her own age, playing b

final] touchdown to be scored on ber of so called loyal citizensof Melrose Friday night In high spir- the other child role In the pro

the local gridiron this year. this town attempted to "see the I its, to play the Melrose high girls duction. I J Chorus of Guests, Attendants Spanish Dancer Eurj j

As the tilt was legally considered football game free" last Friday, bn their new Indoor court. They met for the first time sincea lar Reporters etc.
A practice game wit!) Riverside : and got away with It. ..Accordingto I| The game was proclaimed on of few days ago at the home of
having no connection to the! the report they sidled up to I' the best seen In many a day. The Norma Talmadge-the little girl, I Mesdames Ferryman Butler, Rooks Anderson R

Slats Astioctatloii It was possiblefor the street and remained at the I Melrose team ruled Bradford out now famous as Mary Pickford, and J. Davis ; and Misses Kate Struth, Mildred Gill. D'ancht'

a number of local boys heretofore curb from which the ,Bradford'' with a score of 12-9 in a hard I the little boy as Edward Earle, Alderman Harriet Ritch Fredrika Struth Virginia
kept from action because grlddera: may be seen without dif (. fought battle. At the halt the i playing with Lillian Glsh in her That's what we feel like ,
of Inel'Rlblllty!' to'get In the game. ficulty. These people It Is said< I' score was' 5-3 in favor of Bradford.:I new Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer staring saying when we read one Weeks, Leila Dea Andrews, Eloise Ritch Hazc-i Adkms

These young gentlemen have certainly remained In their comfortable au- The Bradford girls rather thought 'vehicle, "The Wind," synchronized of these ads about how Eva Marcotte Lois Colley Thelma Andrews Lena

earned their appearance as tomobiles, out of reach of ticket I they had won,' but they had-under- with sound, and with a sur- some bighearted tire Belle Shepard Dora Manning and Annie :Mac Pear
of tho Tornado squad, for estimated that Melrose spirit:The
members sellers, and settled serenely down rounding sound programme, which dealer is going to
hand at practice day Melrose lassies Immediately got Messrs John Powell William Duncan Elmer McMillan,
they were on Into the air cushions. enforced comes Saturday to the Florida Santa Claus to ,
throughout the Benson' '' 'watch busy and brought the score to 7-5 : you and
after day by 'the balloon tires, to a theatre. Murrah Rooks.
with never u. hope of ever getting number of helmeted tads tumble in their favor by the end of third give you something for

into a real: gam4}, "" 'hey came.. and tussle with each other up and quarter. In the last quarter Mel- New Port Rlchey--Local taxes re- nothing. Overture __ __________________ Instrument,I
solely for the purpose of iriak'lngthings down the .Held.Ve rose scored five points while Bradford duced. City millage reduced from Don't you suppose thatif
hot for the first team, suffIce I scored four making the final 27 to 20 mills.. he could perform what

to say, they _very often succeeded \ have no proof that such a count 1 -.9.Dorllllanning). Marion county expects best citrus he promises,we'd go over THE MOOS
but let us not in doing so- thing happened, but mere possibility 1- many years. and join him?
the matter farther. They intermingled Is enough. That any respectable guard of Bradford High played a Montlcello-Land 0' Sunshine
with the eligible Friday citizen of this county'"possessing wicked tame, with the aid of her Creamery opens for business. But good old Honesty is LADY

but the result was more enough money to own an auto- partner, Leah Struth. Estelle Ken- Stuart-Plans completed for still the Best Policy. Sowe'll

harmful than anything else, especially mobile could conscientiously watch drick and Lena Belle Shepardwere ,i Martin county's new courthouse. stay right here ACT I.

concerning the offense' ; any high school football game at their best in center, their Dunnellon-Anderson drug store building up a businesson Home
This was due solely to lack of practice without paying when they were p sBwork. being unsurpassed building repaired. GOODYEAR ALL- Scene-Drawing Room of Mrs. Montgomery's

in working together.,; The I supposed to, is barely within the The scoring was divided almost Mount Dora-Chamber of com- WEATHER TREAD Vocal Solo-"Hop Sing Hi" ____ Hop Sing

starting backfield Included McMil- limits of our imagination. equally between the forwards merce building program in this vicinity TIRES-"The World's Vocal Solo "No Use Proposing" Billy Maxwell
lan brothers Elmer quarter! and Daisy Tompkins making 5 points, will total quarter of million Greatest"-and our -
Glenn playing halt besides Cap- Those lade, collectively knownas and Scootle Andrews, scoring the dollars during 1928. good service-the best Vocal Duet-"In My Garden There are Roses George

tain Dave Moore at Full and Cox the'Purple Tornado, represent remaining 4. Daisy Tompkins is a Bonlfay-New Howell building i in town. Taylor and Sylvia Montgomery
half, regular Tornado luminaries. Bradford High. They pay the new one at the game, and bids to being erected at Waukesha and Morton and d
Vocal Solo Blossoms"__ __Betty
sensible I -"Orange
but Virginia streets.Jacksonville Buy your
Certainly a formidable array privilege. They practice dally for become an expert. I
I that combination had never pray two hours or more-two hours of After the game the teams were $115,000 new : tires where tires are sold Chorus.

ticed together and as a result, the hard grinding work. Every week served refreshments in the dining utilities building completed at on highest quality at the Vocal Solo--"Paree" _____________ M. Rene Le Mon
Tornado advances Friday were I they combat with some other team. room of the Melrose high school foot of Laura street. I right price.HITCH'S Vocal John Powell and Chorus
Home Town"
somewhat sparse. However,, ,the ''Ill_,_ doing_: so.. they 0 face strangers, b}illdlng.JiKKll. Ocala-Florlda Power Corpor- ,
Bradford forwards likewise showed gften'outweighing them, and do ation Installs voltage regulating SKRVICK: STATION Curtain.
up poorly and their tendencyto s'o at the risk of flesh and bone. ; ()J<' I"I.\U MEEK: : apparatus at Ocala plant substa Miss Lucille litchell!
Reading by _u_______________
step aside In the face of some They go Into these games with tion. .
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tile's'l1ool is badly in need
Flash linesmen
aggressive Red complete knowledge; that they are
brought the failure of many plays. sure to come out with minor hurts, .' of an American flag, was called to
In the closing quarter did They our attention by Miss Ray, of the ACT II
Only and possibly serious Injuries. siis M SS
the locals menace the Riverside get practically nothing for their primary department. The national Home-Eve
I .. [
goal The efforts of Elmer McMil pains except the physical develop- banner, which at present swings; 1bJya y a:7 aski Scene-The Garden of Mrs. Montgomery's

lan' and Moore brought two hard ment which hard exercise brings. about on the campus flagpole Is ; ning.Ensemble"Song .
earned first downs and placed the worn and faded to the extent that Full Choru'
ball 25 yards from the goal, but a Why do they do it! For the sole the colors have become anythingbut of the Miss' Ruth
brilliant red, white and Duo Taleada
penalty for roughness sent them purpose of rating Bradford, High Spanish Dance-Sequidilla

back, and after an exchange; of with other schools-giving her blue that they should be. Sternberg and Mr. No'an? Can a\\ 3.
said that the only and
Miss Ray
punts Churned they Into were a frenzy at, the mldneld.Tornadoes proper medium representation of athletics. through the means of obtaining a new flag was Vocal Duet-"Chiquita" ____Sylvia lIontgomeryBetty j

really fought then, but by donations from some local civic Morton.

little ground was gained. The But there Is a rather colorless organization! as the school cannot Dance by Groupe of Spanish Girl3'
fighting. ripping. McMillan was part about It. Besides costing possibly buy one. The >Ion onJ
Vocal Duet Moon"--------Sylvia |
awaits In hope that some party "Blue
thrown for a loss and he went nuts aches and pans! football cost .
with remorse, shedding tears, money One of the teams .must will meet the situation. If any and George Taylor with Chorus.

'sweatshirts, shoulder pads and adr : come from some other town. This place should have our national Curtain.
about to take on emblem, it Is the public school. r atherSpecialtyA
was from
heslve tape contains everywhere
"The :
Song and Dance Act
the aspects of an ancient Greek sixteen boys up. Their meals nfi) 1S'eeks

warrior when play was resumed.A must be paid for, their traveling TU.UV SCHEDULE tcF L f!; .. .. a-R Kids"_Elizabeth Andrews and Virginia
desperate pass was interceptedby expenses must be settled with. Effective July 16th trains will

one of the enemy and all was They must be given a guaranteeof run as follows: !1

lost. The Red Flashes were fall- a certain amount regardless of No.1, Southbound local, due NOvo 2- :::t2C.) ?: ACT III.
Ing down at the passing attack the receipts. The only means of Starke 10:45: p. m. I

themselves as the. game ended.iioxoit paying all this Is charging admission No. 11, southbound local, due M JacIz3z1i21cp : Scene-Same as Act II. Three Hours Later
to the game. Starke 11:23: a. m.
No.2. Northbound local due Chorus-"Burglars Chorus". .' I\J'II'
noij ) \
Goodness knows we haven't had Starke 6:24 a. m. p v! L1ND3ERGH FLIGHT in FIRE VO2K3 Vocal Solo-"The Blue Taxi is Waiting for You '

Low first grade: Ralph Rhodes, any kind of crowds to the games No. 12. northbound local due SATURDAY. NOV. 24 and Chorus.
Tommy Rltch, Frances Strickland, here this year. But we're not Starke 3:08: qm.. ;
Florence Mersereau. Davis Gassett, speaking about that. This is No. 107 southbound limited due IiI THURSDAY. NOV.:9; SATURDAY. DEC. 1. Chorus-Reporters Chorus. George '

Burch Hart Margaret Pearce. Miss Starke's first year of football, and Starke 1:20 p. m. Vocal Solo-"When Love Has its 1Iay"lor

Olive Ray, teacher. it's to hard to Introduce something I ftHUi'l OTHER NEW
No. 109 northbound limited due 1, 1 FE.ATUHE3i \ and Chorus.
' First grade A & 13: Frankle Rain down Full Chore
new In Starke. kept Starke 15: U p. m. ,.
I I Ensemble-"The Mooners"FinaleCurtain
,Itltch. Margaret Hlgglnbotham the receipts at the Dunnellon game Wannee Branch-No. 101 leaves -
Iva Sapp, Allle Mae Slade, Jewett but at the Wlldwood tilt with .
, i a Starke 6:30 a. m.; No. 102 arrives i .,_ .
I Fogg, Billy fowling M. V. Johns. fair day we lost $13. And at the I :2:10:: ?, m. r

YeJtuon KUttall,: O tt ft Judd, I RUersido lta et. 'With'the'tbt& '**- 'JOrUftn., ?


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I -- } f 1'i; !':! ,, Grancp-.i! !! I A lile *.'! on 0.--4 : .Vw Air ,T'r Florida citrus fruit will menu a PI"i i Inn liv I li ,'mb'r \\\ f11. f\\ ,

of Florida in Short : of l.soo.OOO' the ......
savings to
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'I Sas Fir I to Flv /Jll'j'I ) PIer, PivllmlnaV
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Ifa i .. ers of the state this yonr according -
completed I of H.OOO) acre Ni \
I IC. I Th !time! la near when p '!1"" Cc'Ut'I' t "' to reports received In various I land for 1). S. reclamatlo
:,:.. v'll! .be .. rimnion no n">''f 11"1) !:. "ii", '"' counties of the Ktnte. This reduction Joct.
fnnl coU I.. predict: Am"'ta Pi.. becomes\ effective at once announcement Jacksonville Electric
'C Live State News : : f ft hart. who bcllrv America I I" now n'.i was made to the stat departments move into new-waIr '

t S the eve of surprisingly, rnpld development press by traffic manager 10.: W completed city utilities blultl-
;I In aviation. I low of I he Florida Citrus Kchange. -
'" In an article as aviation editor tci :ICoamorolltan. IK. I
she makes the itart- Reduction: of the rates Lake Worth-Reconstruction of j
f TOLD BY OUR EXCHANGES I 4$ ling statement thnt taut yin two I Ithouiwnd has been considered by the Interstate ridge over Lake Worth will cost
planes were built for com! j jmcrclal I commerce commission! fo pproxlmately $25.QUO.

__n_._ ___ .__._ : purposes sad says thAt live ? i nearly three years, rsultlng In thi Mayo-New electric lines wilt '
----- thousand passenger! and more than V t tk passage; of a bill by congress' las
I erected In future.
: ;: i hTheftrstraWber-I, ;; ;; :: l lI home of the pineapple! orange during -! two million pound of freight were '' k* 5 1 July that will mean an averag o Tavares-Lake near County Leader

L I 1 II 1 leason were brought the present season. On account gating carried thirteen by airplane million In miles.fllxhU nggre- saving of five to six cents per bo- w weekly newspaper for this '
for all citrus.
Friday by S. E. Hat- of the loss by fire of the 'Today an airplane Is a more ordinary a lace. 4
ofl sight than was one of the noisy New Port 'hey-Oulf( Utilities P ,
large ones Cilra Fruit Madison county held their an
berries company's packinghouse
, IIDII' I fh I horseless carriages! of twenty year nual fair last week and accordn! i)., will double capacity of elec- '
I nav/II' and color, it was considerable citrus fruit aao." write Miss Enrhart. who believes! Ic service for entire territory.
pIN Ie TL to the Madison
KnterprlseHecori'er .
aviation will soon supplant automobiles -- ------
\ Sokur u akelall" will be transplanted to Lowell and other transportation wherespeed I It was most successful In ever ,
where It :
will be processed for )
American Rall- : I II desired.' way. MadlHon county has many vi
The :
i shipment. :
Owing '
to the lateness
has filed "The matter of speed In. Intresting. rled resources and can grow star
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-- EXJlrl 1 Company commla- of the pineapple orange, the per- ." she continues. "You know the lea and vegetables; flue cattle an 7isil our yard before

:ain) with the city lod between now and Christmas I _' average plane travel from perhaps hogs and poultry and the Madlno i '
trucks are hauling ex- will be the I- I to ? Your Monumcn-
thai heavy shipping season. eighty a hundred and forty mile : Buying
; EAiiHRT County Fair l Is the place to exhlb
.. cjrfruLA
Lakeland with- "' .Tti7 ,:::i'i- :
fre.ffht! into Prominent grove men say that this I I an hour In theory that seem breath
what and
they produceone
vlm my privilege tax. The will be one of the heaviest yields I Mme. Georges Chappeil of Parts taking; In fact It I I. quite the contrary adds somewhat facetiously that *lt can grow lal Work.
of the fittest counties In I th
of other I Thirty mile hour In when the Is hit. t .
.te& the example recorded In who know the reptile family perhaps an an begins ground
m .In I ) many years. A
,ita 'luding Jacksonville S 0 S SMiamiShortily I better than any woman. through along I automobile Rive one a vastly greater "One of the Joys of flying I. the great empire of West Florida.!
I', I sensation of speed than moving magnificence of the view: she add: -- --
transportation is tax- study In her search for reptile perhaps 'ce ounlisplay and prices $
Ir'' K before the Plans are going forward for th
No-I hides which are now being used a. thrice! that fat In a large piano "It I* that obtainable from a mountain -
| "tmplaliit was taken unh'181 vember election, W. H. Parker. alplna karung leather Is shown nere On the highway every pobblo paused magnified and extended In all celebration! to ho held! on I the oo'ca' ,

) i militTh 0 ami attorney, received a gift of a I enjoying a ride on the back ot I Is a speedometer. directions Ion of th* formal opening\ of tr We deliver and erect. .
S brown derby from Oov. Al Smith; I "Orandpa" 300 year old Galapagos "In the air there are no trees no %* seen from the air. the world Improved and excellent numlclpc '
|*,l,, i.-ala, members of the Mr. Parker prizes it as the only Island turtle In the New York Zoo. telegraph pole or mile-stone to act seems to flatten out. High hills grow airport at Jacksonville that n> l,
and auxiliary. nsiii !.. as speed Indicator*-only a countryside humble and! really rough terrain appears -
I $1 ; glon "official" brown derby In M'aml!' --- --- Invites (Hers to come down an

l Ouunellon post and and wrote the governor his thanks. ........................ below fashion.opening out before one in smoofi to the eye. Landscapesare I I'nger III I this sect ion. The wor The Gainesville t :. .
disabled leisurely Even when theplane' laid out In squares. In country or '
inti'rtalned, ex-
ar Governor Smith did not reply until # at i the Hit-port authorized by tl- ,
velocity I Is greatly Increased city. and men and their movements
,, 'n )n I Sunday. In ohservanco after the election. In which I HAMPTON c'ty recently and 1 Including tt
ts : there I Is little change In the Ituntlon are very .10... Automobiles crawl
,ie iili anniversary of the Florida seceded from the Solid I 'Ml I_. t.li$ MM,n.... S'.... :11 If the plane la flying high so far as along the streets. Even the white erection of nddltlnnul hangar. < Memorial Co.

i'h'' armistice The dlsi" South and joined the Hoover ('O1- I .* ..4.... ...4 ... .. sight; and feeling are concerned."" waves on the shore seem stationery. accommodate, many airplanes urI ,
,,-,-re brought, to Ocala umn. Then he wired Mr. Parker The' desire to Jump watch many Then there are other visual delight I him providing space for I thn e p
i .,'',.vans'hospital at Lakei Lrlefly us follows: "I'm afraid I C. L. Mouser and J. F. Johnson, persons experience on a tall building. In playing hide nnd seek througU IwctNlmnll-111111l1PK of I the new n' 'ox 232 Gainesville t.
\f\S 33 in the visit- I I Ie not felt In nn airplane! she writes, light clouds that not .
i were made a m'stake.", I should have went are spending! this week hunting Huffy arc compact mail and passenger; service, .
end explains that added height makes enough .to be ominous-clouds ,
*"" you a straw hat. about completed and will bo i
I leer anti turkey in Gulf Hammock for greater safety. A pinna stalled of gray or white or tinted with the '_h. -'-- _- 4 r

.. ,uvtlle, -Fireman had to Itev. Dlckson tilled his regular live thousand' feet .In the air can exquisite color of unsct. ._ .- ._ ._._._,_ _._._._._.,_._.__._._ ,
Leosburg While
\VS there was | reach any landing place within a radius "Truly there Is another world aloft I I't
,. in-at, pool of printer's Ink some front In low and exposed I appointment at the First Christian of eight mile. 'Trouble In the a place of I Infinite variety, of alluring t S'AVi; : TIlE SIR1I JJ'JIElUUES : "
which church of last
'd'I ''II subdue flames I places, little damage appears to Hampton, Sunday air I. very rare." sho comments and attraction,"
!la) mint threatened the Flor- have been done to the bean crop I morning/ and even'ng. I Use It ,'
f Time' J-Union building here. by the week-end cool spell. Only Mrs. J. C. Caldwell, Mrs. Van -- .} '
Jm', of undetermined origin one colld carload has been Allstlne and \Mrs. C. L. Houser attended According to the Hartow Record I fur Includes an ollice>> building, a MYERS PNEUMATIC COMPRESSED .

vz 1 discovered,, in a basement roomre ed from the Center market-I the show at Gainesville last one of the most complete sawmill I commissary and a number of email AIR SPRAYER !

| 'lit> newspaper stores Its where Is concentrated most of the Monday. plants in Florida Is rapidly beingconstructed houses for those who will be employed -
Several drums of the black production of this crop In the Lees- Hey. F. M. Taylor pastor of the l at i the mill and In the DeWitt C. Jones :! '
ohnrew, litlcfcy fluid exploded and hurl- burg trade territory. Several cars Graham Itaptjst: church, filled his Parfleld Lumber at Polk City by the woods where the timber Is to bo
the floor regular appointment there last Company, which secured. '
'ontents over
\ Bihelr of assorted vegetables contained '
recently acquired large lumber HARDWARE
.luth: Jios deep beans. however. There has been'an Saturday and Sunday.Mrs. S-
a a a 0 Increasing number of express and Wm. Jones is the !guest of holdings !Jn that vicinity. Construction OilandoCornerstone: \ laid fur _._.____.____._____._ --4_a-W...... : '
her daughter Mrs. Kd. Rowe of work which has been done HOI I St. .1.' ie* Pat lih school\ ,
.calaAccording to a recentk local freight shipments of beans. --'- ._ ---.
- L on farming condtlons In Other carloads are expected to Macclenny.
lion and adjoining counties, move from this section early In the C. A. lllrt and family visited \Mr. ,I ,

Ire is more advance preparation current week. The crop is reported Blrl's father. W. P. flirt of Ala-

'iffinJdi& llo for agricultural operations as considerably in need of rain. chua county last Sunday.

< Bi92!' than for any similar per- Prices have been satisfactory. Mrs. Edna Hart of Starke visited I II '
2 in a number of years. The S S her brother Callls \Manning this I ( ; ,1

is in Its prime week ,
I | vegetable season West Palm Bench-Mysterysurrounding
. \Mr. and :Mrs. J. W.' Moseley hadas -
made on a sizable
l i main Ings the Identity of & man,
.ovor t ''ii'' are dependable any nY'a whose body was found In Ii crude their guests; this week, their 0- ,
son, Joe lIJOI.cleyand family of I
! ( ) wooden casket that was washed I
o- S S Si'ttfld ashore last August was believed: Jacksonville.:1 I
' Mrs. I. J. Priest who baa been
Among the
( to have been solved with the receipt -I
!-g Min'on) dinners to be held here Friday of a letter from In Circe! Cove Springs! for several -
weeks returned to her home last
Orlando during the meetings the New York office/ of the French
ght I'tic' Florida Educational Asso- line, stating that the corpse prob- I Prlt'aj.
Jn Jiovember 30 to December \Mr. and Mrs. Paul Oreenwny
I ably was that of a baker aboard .
erg |wi ll') '> the gathering of Altimi the steamship ))e La Salle, who' spent the week-end with friends 5_ 4

., i former students of CarletonI was burled at sea. The letter, addressed and relatives In Jacksonville. 0I '
Mrs. W. C. Thomas and AnnIe t4
I, Northfleld. Minn., at the ( to Justice T. Hlckhards, MJss "TJT '
t all-state Florlda-Carleton I who conducted an Inquest over the Laura Tucker, were the guestsof I ere's a station up ;
Mrs. W. O. Dennett of Haw tz -:
The dinner: will be at the ahead.
rg.R hug body, stated that the body of Em- '
jiriK< ''ourt hotel at 6 p. m., No- lie Jean Marie nianchard 52, a thorne last Saturday.Mrs. t lets wait for a Pan. feP ,
Sharehouse of Hawthornehas "TSJO
liiiitti :W French line's boat .
baker on the _
been the of herdoter Am sign. There's too RS
'2ia S recently guest
had died aboard the vessel on August *
in oil *
r 'Mrs. L. O. Johns. much difference to
!'ensurola -- Sometime durng: 10, last, and was burled In the
Miss Louise Pitts the week I take chance
spent on
lursday vandals any
night unknown gulf between Houston, Tex., and
'13, ', with friends and relatives in Law- old kind."
fji the name of Mayor Rayliss Havana. two days later. The casket -

Inn, the base of the flagpole foun- heavily lined with lead was ley.
n3e I \Mrs., J. P. Sullivan attended
: i'lon' of the American Legion washed ashore north Kalnhp pier. "
church services at Theressa last ( I
jinument. which was unveiled at at Palm Ileach, on August 23. /ArAL4
In, Saturday and Sunday. _
Armistice day exercises here. I S S S S -
I J. D. who -
Pry car inspector.
and county officials are en- Lakeland-Four hundred pounds
I has been relieving W. R. Jackson _
iavorlng to ascertain the Identity of high explosive Saturday after- '
:AI guilty parties. 'No names of i noon ripped open the 120-foot dam local car Inspector for several
has returned his borne In
.. days to
men who died In the war were at Lake Hancock and made possible -
l-turbed. i the drainage and reclamationof Wildwood.
and Mrs. F. M. .
Rev. Taylor are
fertile soil
I I 17,000 acres of a
j OrlandoOne of Florida's bestown large percentage of which was sub- the happy parents of a new ten :;: ;-
who arrived Nov.
i resort hotels the Wyoming I ject to overflow from the lake dur- :
ned Friday for Its twenty- ing the rainy season. The operation 20th.

firth season marking almost a i was the focal point in the An institute of a Statesmanship to --- .. S /7 :

piarter, of a century under theme I Lake Hancock drainage district en- discuss the future of party govern ....--r
e management. ihe opening terprise. A five-foot wall of water ment In the United States is to be :.: $&?

flhe Wyoming Is an event looked I I was released by the blast Into the held at Rollins College, Winter T

'gU U pr rward to by all Orlando citizens new drainage canal. More than Park Fla., according to an an- .
Heralds the commencement of 1000 tons of earth shot hundredsof 'made
nouncement by President -
h, winter, the city. I air in the form of ;.; ., feiHvt
season !n of Into the Hamilton Holt who will act as >
.. I ,
I a solid curtain. With the menace chairman. \ i.'M ::
I'nc1ale' -Hundreds of Flor- : the destruc-
of flood removed by I S ,
d jail nd AlabamIans gathered to truck II While not In a position to ,v. *" "-"
tion of this dam, growers I render *!?* -3tfP i iBiwjf 3'' I
ir Gor. Alfred E. Smith can: prepare and cultivate their I financial assistance, the members ,

train made a short op- fields with assurance and in a of the board of county com- .,
op here Friday. En routeS short time. It I In predicted this particular I m'*810ners, at DeLand, expressed
ilesippl Gulf Coast the ,, section of Polk county will favor of a movement to secure protective

niHwereJ requests for a be one of the most richly productive tariff for Florida grown
aylns: that he had been regions in Flor'da. frultn and vegetables. The tariff '

for seven months and i i iraore i. 0 0 I :-subject was presented to the commission

eieeches left In Sanford--Fifteen thousand folders -, 'n a communication fromi -
i of floral offer'nga describing the advantages of j i the .Florida division of the Southurn -

ntrd to the New York Sanford n* a winter re ort for Tariff association outl'nlng I I

during, the train's briefS tourists and aho as an agrlcultur-I plans for a survey of conditions

,, al center Wll! be distributed thisI with a view to presenting an effective Expect
i I i I winter by the Sanford Chamber of argument to congress In these> results
'''"A reward of $100 Commerce E. J. Trotter secre- favor of protection for the pro-

ir-est and conviction off i tary. has announced. The fron't II ducts of Florida( soil.

of Mrs. A. F. CnrselleJn I[I I cover will be an airplane view of a
-Plans made for
Largo beautl-
< ' j jm
[ when
N Pan-Am
I fy'ng grounds of Plnelias county
an automobile between celery, the chief source of agricultural home. you try
> and Inverness last April revenue for the city. ,I

1 :ITi-red. Thursday by Oov.W The Inside sixteen! pages of the ; erected and the three will overlook t ,
n ? !Martin. While authorities folder will include a large map of I I 175,000 acres' of timber In Columbia '- .
:i)rmd the governor they have Florida showing Sanford's proximity -I and Baker counties. One of OLp. When you drain your crank- goes further, lasts longer

't tlp.1 I one suspect, they reporj1 to other cHles: and Its strategic the towers will be located 14 miles; 4b10o cSa "Es case and fill it up with PanFor Pan-Am is refined '
': 'bully to make further prog- location for shipping. Grouped -!I northeast of Lake City. another

J <.n the case. around the map will be a num- w'll be about 2 miles north of Am motor oil, you can expect with unusual care from ,'

I ber of views of the city. The out- Lake City and five miles from the definite results- pararfin-base crudes. '
WI.t"r: Haven-A strong denial I side sixteen pages will carry an Suwannee river and the third will very pure

p'.>rda! Is shipping Immature airplane view of the celery sec- be In linker county a few miles A A Protection against motor They produce the toughest, .,'
fruit to the northern mars -I' tion surround the city and read- from the Columbia county line. '
: Issued J. Information con- oil failure under all driving sturdiest safest motor oil fi'
here Friday by h>g matter giving: About 60 miles of telephone lines ,
Robinson general manager cerning Sanford's appeal to the will be erected for use In the fire conditions. More known.
.f Florida Citrus: Growers' tourist and home-seeker. protection service each of the power, '

.r House Association. The I S 0 5 SLake I I three towers having a telephoneand % %. because your cylinders will Every Pan-Am dealer has I ,
: :To 'nt Issued by Mr. Robinson : City-The work which began all will be connected.. There 0
', IT.!:I\\e. he said. because of the Wednesday of this week on will: be organized flre-flghting be sealed with a tougher a chart showing the right 'sl4 ,

:: : n::e of reports being clr- : the foundations for three Ore ob- crews, which will be In connectionwith film of oil. Money saved, grade of this better motor oil
L.ai t :d throughout the state to the cervatlon towers to be erected ?n the observation towers thru

,f( ::1 that green fruit being ship- I' land owned by the Columbia Land the telephone system. A man will because Pan-Am motor oil for your car. Try it, today. f .

ed i tn large quantities Into the Corporation marks the first steps be on duty In each of the towers '

arhl was the cause of the poor toward the first organized attempt all of the time, day and night and

''rl that prevailed a short time at fire control In timber forests, they will maintain a sharp watch Pan merican Petroleum
&ck I and the first organized forestry for lire When a lookout spots afire Corporation.A
servIce. undertaken In this part of be wilt telephone the Information -

Ocala-Approximately: 3 cars of the state. Three observation tow. to the flre-flghtlng crew and JiarHfttrt of KIP.,KtlcW,. SEMDAC_<././/& .W SUPERLA eandlnSg I '

sit have moved from Cltr-. fhe,ers. each 100 feet high, will be !to the other tower. men.---.. ;... -I. : ,

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.=- -- m -I pcnses: about $20, we just made it Even in Dollars and Cents, Matrimony tation Co., will Inaugurate all-ex- part ot "et' d'' I
event 50 auspicous as the
-on an pense! annual tour to Miami and I Tarpon s1 th
last home game. Remains the Best Paid Job for Women I" .
<<. this place in effort to bring'visi lI l- : will be Op'lI, > :

la spite of her "new place" In I to Florida.
BRADFORD We appreciate those that came tore way now II
n business and Industry, the beet paid .
out-if they paid. Hut what seems Vero Beach Hull Indian River tween here, I JI
lob for woman today remains Just I locates branch ,
(Fruit Company Pasco
I II to be true last Friday-that's what what It boa always been-that of packing house here. road build?) II .
( ( '
I School Journal we're getting at. People snoopingIn .
:: High matrimony.And Orlando-Plans made for razing has over In" d
: like dirty gamins, to watch our by "best paid" isn't meant a I Iv ; building at Orange avenue and Brewlltl'l' r

I I boys fight for the worthy reasons snlary settled by sentiment. The Church street preparatory to MeetIng Co., I11tlk.. I 1
that they do, without helping 'to perquisites of homo and children eight story new 350.000 First: another nllll,'

1 I Ir do the only thing the boys can't love and protection, aren't counted National Bank & Trust Co., bulldie. Stuart c
do-pay the expenses, for that we tn figuring the pay envelope. The rebuilt. 4
RED KLASIIKH THOrXCKTOKNADOKH': Cary Simmons. Mrs. ]U. C. Rltch, and ashamed for our wages of matrimony, counted in dollars
are disgusted and I I nice! Worth -- County rerollI Madison
alone make the marred
: 1IMILfc
teacher. own town.'rIItNiJRIM. woman.the most highly paid other s .. '/.;? y, # I- n'u(.t'ng' Lak TV'si'h,, Bridge.Ft. ; shortly ter' tbuilding.
First C and low 2nd B: Cleone sex. the hive ) : CMMIHKAHOX: :
t P i A fast stepping team Kdmondaon, Lily Mae Clark. Fred TOD.1Bradford's Such, at least. Is the conclusion of I $25,000 planting palms In Ill elbo urn'

,,; Bide Red Plashes came down from, rlka Struth. teacher. \VIMI\VOOU Mrs K Norntan Hl 11eoo. who, writIng s 4 parkways and city owned parks. 011 convent It, ", ma,
Jacksonville last Friday and spoiled In the Cosmopolitan under the Mt. Dora-Rapid progress mado Winter "ea pie
: Second grade: Louise Sullivan Tornadoesare "
h .I j I Hearing pen name of "Diana Bourbon. con- 'ouCompleted.
.E' an otherwise perfect day for the Clara Flume Lillian\ Moseley. Net In Wlldwood this afternoon for tends not only that wives are the ? I renovating and remodeling Mt. Fruit Dlslrlhl,! e'eri

)local populace. The last home tie! Howling, ]Margaret Albertson, the purpose of bringing a stormy beet paid of all women but that, U Dora Yacht Club building. .

Bradford Tornadoes Gloria Johns Mary Harriet Bis l tootballleason', we hope, a glorious a class, they are greatly overpaid
i game of the I hop, Era Edwards, Mary Jane close. "The wife" she declares "Is paid

t turned out to be a sad affair as ( Judd, Nellie Silcox, Leon Leach, The Railroaders are the outfit a top-of-the-market wage. Whetherher t....., ?
husband Is a navvy or a millionaire J JF
the visiting grldders rolled over a McKay Johnson, A. Z. Adklns, Jr., that Coach Hay"a boys held; to.a, -she t Is-.:.lfteral1S-lndobied\. witn

rough but Tiever the leas direct Inman Green, George Silcox, Ida 6-0 win, and the return engage the equivalent of his worldly goods x/ i'
"1 t I path to a 19-0 victory. Mae Andrews Miss Ethel Griffin, ment Is being looked forward to. She lives just as well as his positioncan r 'Once in a BLUE MOON

t y A result however was more to teacher. It the Tornadoes will fight" their possibly enable her to live, Better b. dfAs ..t 9jd.
: .
the credit of the nivemlders than Third grade: Billy Long, Billy; way to a victory today It will bean -In nine hundred and ninety- I QX! )
; against Coach Kay's charges. Our 0. Jones, Jr., Elton nine cases out of a thousandthanshe
$ h } l Powell, L. easy matter for Bradford High II MIS'S'l/IlNIl 80l.lR,8CJN Q
1 : boys were simply outclassed by the McKlnney, Clarice Gill, Ella Mae to regard the season as a success.I forts.could" by her .own unaided ef-

r' Mi town outfit The Red Flashes Manning, Beatrice Moseley, Frances A Musical RomanceIn
Because wifehood Is the moot pro cheaper than a wife-and In many
q i a posHestied an excellent line considering Lee Peek, Edna!: Pearce, Wilier MTIAh MTL'UKNT4As4EMIU.Y: tected Industry in toe world. Mrs. capes. loss trouble!

'p4. '' w ';b': 1U weight, besides a well Mae Thornton Bessie Varnes, Den :- :: IIM.) Hlllscn contend, Ua\ filled with "Taking It by and large, wives are

:; '. t, p balanced( backfield that packed two' lah Brown, Hazel Crews Gladys shirkers who refuse even to attemptto at their beet In the lowest suet poorest .
ti ; 1 a real ball carriers In Krantz at full Manning. Miss Madge Middleton,, Last Friday morning the first of make good at their lobs grades of society and :tn all ruses

; and Andrews a hefty halfback teacher. the bi-monthly student assembly "The Incompetent stenographer." ,'when tremendous demands are made and Three

These gentlemen! rivaled each Fourth grade: A. W. Anderson,, was held in the chapel auditorium, Abe says "is liable to unsentimental : upon them They are definitely alI Prologue Acts
difmlBsal. But a wife may be as Incompetent their worst when. living ovcr-enstly.
i t other for starring honors through Mae Mersereau, Viola Tyler, Ber- for the purpose of organization, likes. I
as she Practicallytpaking end
they are given everything s'.vr
e : out and both contributed two of Mae Ward. Mrs. McRae, teach while a short program was featured. I
j t le : there Is no remedy Even nothing: (not even companionslillgracloualyl \

$;j : the best performances seen on the er. In there days, a housekeeper Is ttlll : in return" COMMITTEE: IN CHARGE-Mrs. R. .\. WEKS.
i Bradford grid. Fourth B: Reese Bradfley, Freda The nominees of the various positions -
: t :. Krantz scored the first touch Brown, Taylor Belcher, Jr., selected were, Murrah MR A. Z. AUKINS, MKS. E, '-. JOHNS,

{; a1 down and kicked the extra point Nina Lee McClellum, Annie Mae Rooks, president; Elmer McMil PLAYERS: SIEKT: : NOTICE: MUSICAL DIRECTOR MRS. A. E. WALL

I late In the :first quarter when (la- McClellum, Erma Sloan, Martha lan, secretary; William Duncan, AFTER: 20 YEARS I ACCOMPANIST MISS FLORENCE

: ,i i s tor Inman Tornado center flipped Slade, Don Stiller, Ploy Thomas. vice president; Hazel Adklns, There will be a homecoming day ANDREWSCAST

i + a bad pass high over Dave Moore'shead Miss Gussle Mae Bennett, teacher treasurer. ""Ohv at New River Baptist church
a as the latter was set to punt. Fifth grade: Vonda Inman, It Is thought that the selection p I

An alert enemy forward pounced Ruby Leach, Fannie Silcox, Leona of these young people for tho on the second Sunday in December OF CHARACTERS

1i 1 on the ball Just fifteen yards from Ward, Paul Raymond Miss EunIce responsible positions will prove a 1938. All expastors and members

1 the goal. Then a few smacks at Perkins, teacher. wise one. The program was cloned are urged to be present, and a cordial Moon Lady-Lady of the Blue :Moon Mrs A, Z|

.. the line set the stage tor Krantz'' Sixth grade: Mildred Grime, with an excellent reading by Hazel Invitation is extended to the Adkins.

push through tackle and the score.. Helen Mereserau, Millie Judd, Underhill public. Dinner will be served on
:a i+' "" is ) The count ausummed larger proportions Donald McRae, Alice Mast Alma the ground a|. the noon hour. Mrs. Montgomery, The Hostess____ Mrs.\ E. :M. John

: hi{ 'Eve ) early In the second period Andrews, Myrna Frlnk, Dorothy HKI: : > ('IUISS1,1,1'1 UPON HTl"Uev. r Sylvia Montgomery, Her Daughter, Elizabeth Andrew,

Andrews tossed a neat pass Klckllter, Alma Thornton, Louise J* STS l ff "e, Leatrice Montgomery, Her Younger Daughter,'; Ruth

;', ., to Holllnbncker, right end, who Snyder, Mildred Hundley. Martha -brought to the c z :NOWWe'll SternbergMr.
yy : broke away for a twenty-five yard Powell, Charles Pender, Alice Sil- Raymond
n goal. Kite student body last Thursday, a call Babbitt Morton A Home Town Booster Mr
gallop( to the cox, Annie Murhee, Louise L.
I scoring efortswel'e to membership ot the American tJr .. ...
J The Riverside
J. 1 Hurry Edwards F, Smith
(s'' r; Just half as frequent In the' Red Cross. In a short talk Rev ; Z

y. :'' last 'half, due largely: to the desperate 'UIO"'I'IIIoHIO" : rOMHTIONS) Raymond pointed out the great 4 Betty Morton Sylvia's Best Friend Ethel Griffin
{ maintained by the Importance ot Its I organization, Its in |
:. 1, offense He Mrs. Lila Lavender, Still Mourning 'laudii
s t Tornadoes In the closing quarter. As the poet would say, back use and need ot expansion. Tell One Gilchrist

yl ,d Taking a punt the Red Flashes un- again we are, after a two weeks called attention to the fact that A j I

.... .. 4 corked a wild and wooly 00 yard absence, and considerable worked the local chapter has only nine I Bill Maxwell, A Victim of Circumstances Nolan anoval\

1 :( mark that occupied most of the up over certain matter are we. members at the present time.the students lie- I George Taylor Alias Bob Harrington David Moonl
d t The advance In- expressed a desire .. 2e
4 tTt'' 1: t eluded third quarter.about everytlllng known to A pretty bum poet would he be, would join immediately, the ......gry ern ] Sir Percival Chetwood (M Reue La Mon). PsendoPleni -

man and beast, with Andrews doIng or rather, he wouldn't be any membership fee being one dollar ; r -Potentiaries,__ Mr. L. Wyman, Wesley Stearns
4 I+' ''Ir; most of the ball toatln. When kind of a poet, for the above was per year.MKI.HOSi. Twenty years ago a little girl g _Y Suzanne, The French Maid___ __ Virginia Weeks

:r J the pigskin/ was finally the goal carried this anything but poetry.stick Nevertheless to the statement : : ; ICIXJKS: : OUTWHIItMVINU named Gladys Smith played her Hop Sing Hi, The House Man____ Paul Knight
i.. R within five yards\ of ( we will certainly 12-1) first role on the stage, in a pro-
I name Andrews a husky hunk of for we are most assuredly duction of "The Silver King" In RR Skylark Roams, A Detective.,____ Telfair Lon;

a beef, wearing: loudlsh yellow downi jac- worked upabout something The girls cage outfit of the radforll Toronto, and with her was a small Mooney, A Policeman____ _____ Mr.\ N. Sternberp
through high: school journeyed to boy of about her own age, playingthe o
.' trodden Bradford forwards for the It wafted hither that a number -
i was
Q + r Friday night In high spirits other child role In the pro-
i' 1.. n ,' final touchdown to be scored on : of so called loyal citizens Melrose the Melrose high girls duction. Chorus of Guests Attendants, Spanish Dancer. Burg.j
.t I to play
,. V.. I I the local gridiron this year. of t thin town attempted to "see the bn their new Indoor court. They met for the first time since i 4r lar Reporters, etc.
legally considered free" last Friday< ,
As the tilt was football game
;, : I will River- and with It Accordingto The game was proclaimed on a few days ago" 'at the home of '' Mesdames Ferryman, Butler Rooks. Anderson R
a practice game got away The L
a day. little
in many Norma Talmadge-the gh'l.now ,
e) side liavliiK no connection to the the report they sidled up to Melrose best team seen ruled Bradford out famous as Mary Pickford, and J. Davis ; and Misses Kate Struth, Mildred Gill. O'anchr[)'

n State Association It was possible heretofore the street and remained.Bradford at the I I with a. score of 12-9 in a hard I the little boy as Edward Earle, Alderman, Harriet Ritch, Fredrika Struth. Virginia
for a number of local boys curb from which the That's what feel t like
fought battle. At the Half\ the playing with Lillian Glsh in her we Ritch Hazel Aclkin
dif Leila Dea Andrews Eloise
because without Weeks
action I ,
kept from grldders: \ may be seen :
) ot Bradford. saying when read
5-3 in favor Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer staring we oneof
t 1 of Inedibility! ( to get In the game ficulty. These people, It Is said ,: The score Bradford was girls rather thought ;I vehicle.new "The Wind synchronized these ads about how Eva Marcotte, Lois Colley, Thelma Andrews. Lena

s. r These earned young( ; gentlemen their appearance have certainly as- remained ,In out their of comfortable reach ot ticket automobiles i they had won, but they had..under- with sound, and with a sur some big-hearted Belle Shepard, Dora Manning and Annie :Mae\ P-we

'I: estimated that Melroso spirit. The l"oundIDg. sound( programme, which dealer is going to play Elmer :\\k lil1an.
down Duncan
members of the Tornado squad( fort sellers and settled serenely Messrs. John Powell, William ,
:iv I i immediately (got Vomea the Florida
r5 I Melrose lassies Saturday to Santa Claus to you and
hand at practice\ day 'air cushions,
they were on Into the I the score to 7-5 Murrah Rooks.
I l I after day throughout the season, by'the balloon tires, tojwatch' a'i'(I busy and brought the end of third Uieatre. give you something for

[r'' !. with never n .hope' ot' ever getting:' number of ,helmeted lads tumble ,,. in their favor In the by last quarter Melrose New Port Rlchey--Local taxes re nothing.! Overture ___ _________________ Instrumental:I
"I1 1'lp' into a :real am4<$; '"They came. Mid tussle with each other up and quarter.scored five points while Bradford duced. Clty mlllage\ reduced from Don't you suppose that

!pl'} ,ti solely for the purpose_ of mak'lngthing B. down the field.\. scored four making the final 27 to 20 'mills.\ if he could perform what
hot for the first team, sui-i I Marlon county expects best citrus promises we'd MOOS
t count, 129.Dora go over PROLOGUE ENSEMBLE-PLACE OF THE
T, flee to say, they very often succeeded I We have .no proof that a Manning the blonde-haired season In many years. and join him?
t In doing BO-but let us not die | thing happened, but mere possibility Monticello-Land 0' Sunshine
{ I. 1 Bradford High played a
respectable guard of But good old Honesty is LADY
h CUHH the matter farther. Is enough.:' That any with the aid ot her Creamery opens for business. '
wicked game still the Best Policy. So
with the eliglblcs citizen of this county"'possessing Estelle Kendrick Stuart-Plans completed for
1 1, more an auto partner, Leah Struth we'll stay right here ACT I.
day but the result was enough money to own Lena Belle Shepardwere Martin county's new courthouse. ,

1 k harmful than anything else, especially mobile could conscientiously watch and best In center, their Dunnellon-Anderson drug store building up a businesson Home
V their Montgomery's
at Room of Mrs.
L concerning; the offense any high school football game unsurpassedThe building repaired. GOODYEAR ALLSceneDrawing

Y r ; Thin was due solely to lack of practice without paying when they were passwork scoring, being was divided almost Mount Dora-Chamber of com- WEATHER TREAD Vocal Solo-"Hop Sing Hi" ___ ___ Hop SlOg!

;' t In working together. The supposed to, Is barely within the equally between the forwards merce building program (In this vicinity TIRES-"The: World'sGreatest" Vocal Solo-"No Use Proposing"__ Billy Maxwell
starting backfleld Included McMIl- limits ot our Imagination. making B points, will total quarter of million and our George
l and Daisy Tompkins : Vocal Duet"In Garden There are Roses
: lien brothers, Elmer quarter, 1928. My
i ; Scootle Andrews, scoring the dollars during good service the best
1 t Glenn playing half besides Captain Those lade, collectively known and 4, Daisy Tompkins la anew Bonlfay-New Howell building I in town. Taylor and Sylvia Montgomery
3 Dave Moore at Full" and Cox the Purple Tornado, represent remaining erected at Waukesha and Morton i and d
as bids to being
luminaries. the, one at the game, and 'I Be sensible! Buy Vocal Solo-"Orange Blossoms"___ _Betty
half regular Tornado Bradford High They pay Virginia streets.Jacklonvl11e your
but for become an expert. tires where tires sold Chorus.
Certainly a formidable array, privilege. They practice dally the teams were $115,000 new are ,

t' f I that combination had never prac two hours or more-two hours ot' After refreshments the game in the dining utilities building completed at on highest quality at the Vocal Solo-"Paree" ______________ 1\[. Rene Le Mon[

is1 ticed together and as a result, the, hard grinding work. Every week} served of the Melrose high school foot of Laura street. I' right price Vocal Solo__"My Home Town", John Powell and Chorus j
i Tornado advances Friday were they combat with some other team. room Ocala-Florida Power Corpor- _

1' somewhat sparse. However, the, In doing so, they face strangers, tyulldlng.MKI ation installs voltage regulating HITCH'S 8KRVICK.; STATION Curtain. Mitchellp's \

'i : Bradford forwards likewise showed often outweighing them, and do : : > OK KijAci HINTS: : apparatus at Ocala plant substation Reading by __________________ Miss Lucille 1
+ and their tendency flesh and bone I
t > up poorly so at the risk 6f .
a aside In the face of some Into these games with is badly In need
J 9, ; to step They go That the school I
aggressive !Red Flash linesmen complete knowledge that they are I an American flag, was called to tr 1 'w.-'t .".w
{ failure of many plays with minor hurts, jot of the ACT II:
p' 1 brought the sure' to come out our attention by Miss Ray, r-
Ali Only In the closing quarter did and possibly serious Injuries. They I department The national Home-EtJ 'Ining. !-
y c their [ primary Scene-The Garden of Mrs. Montgomery's
the Riverside for
menace nothing swings
q, the get practically banner, which at present
1 1' goal. The efforts of Elmer McMil(\\. pains except the physical development about on the campus flagpole l Is .
I and Moore brought two hard hard exercise brings. the extent that Full ChorusLk
., lan' which worn and faded to. r' ? Ensemble-"Song of the Californians"
t d earned first downs\ and placed the the colors have become anythingbut : Miss B u th
ball\ 25 yards from the goal, but a Why do they do It? For the sole the brilliant/ red. white and' t ? = rx Duo Spanish Dance-Seqiiidilla Taleada

l t,, penalty for roughness sent them purpose of rating Bradford High blue that they should be. ,, t i. Sternberg and Mr. Nolan CanovA and

back, and after an exchange of with other schools-giving her Miss Ray said that the only ,i; Vocal Duet"Chiquita" ___Sylvia Montgomery[
punta they were at midfield proper representation through means ot obtaining a new flag was j I
Churned Into a frenzy, the Tornadoes medium of athletics. by donations from some local civic Betty Morton.

really fought then, but organization,, as the school cannotpossibly I Dance by Groupe of Spanish Girls
little ground was gained The there is a rather colorless The school Montgonw
g4 But buy one Vocal Duet-"Blue Moon"-----Sylvia
i fighting,. ripping McMillan was part about it. Besides costing awaits In hope that some party ) { 'e ; kae; -

y thrown for a loss and he went nuts aches and pains! football cost will meet the situation. It' anyplace h and George Taylor with Chorus.

with remorse, shedding tears,, money. One of the teams .must should have our national Curtain. I

,, sweatshirts, shoulder pads and ad/ come from some other town. This emblem, it Is the public school. Specialty-A Song and Dance Act "The Patent tether
heslve tape was about to take on squad contains everywhere from At "eeks
i Ii ancient Greek meals C1.E a Kids"_ Elizabeth Andrews and Virginia
c'' the aspects of an sixteen boys up. Their tr : r !
i when play was resumed their traveling V t
C, warrior must be paid for, Effective July ICth. trains will
was interceptedby be settled with. .
A desperate pass must
expenses n ,
one of the enemy and all was They must be given a guarantee run aa follows Southbound: local due f 's ev t"1 ::! ACT III.
falling No. I,
lost. The Red Flashes were ot a certain amount regardless
_ t at the passing attack means of Starke 10:46: p. m. Three Hours Later
i down the receipts. The only southbound local due cQ3c1; v FC Scene-Same as Act II.
No. 11.
l t themselves as the game ended paying all this U charging admis-
Starke 11:23: a. m -- Chorus-"Burglars Chorus". .. S1wp-
sion to the game.Goodness .
n ,. 1 s' JlOSOIno..,'. -- No.2. Northbound local due ilLM L1NDmnC-t:: FLIGHT Ul FIREWOaK3 Vocal Solo-"The Blue Taxi is Waiting for iou
d had Starke 6:24: a. m.
ii i : knows we haven't northbound local due SATURDAY NOV. 24 MONDAY: NOV. 23 ey and Chorus.
t Low first grade: Ralph Rhodes, any kind ot crowds to the games No. 12, ;

Tommy Rltcb, Frances Strickland here: this year. But we're not Starke 3:06: p. m. THURSDAY, !'lOV.:9: ; SATURDAY, DEC. 1. Chorus-Reporters Chorus. Georg?Ta1']
1 Florence Mersereau. Davis Gallett..Burcb peaking about that. This Is No. 107 southbound limited due Vocal Solo-When Love Has its May

Hart. i Margaret Pearce. Miss Starke's first year of football, and Starke 1:20 p. m. OTKHR NEW FEATURES I and Chorus. d
MANY for
; northbound limited due i't't ChoiC
k'd Olive Ray, teacher. It'* to hard to Introduce something No. 109 Full
;- ,' First grade A & II: Frankle new In Starke. Rain kept down | Starke 5:44 p.m. i Ensemble--"The Honey Mooners"--

Ala I KHch, Margaret Hlgginbotham. the receipts at the Dunnellon game i Wannee Branch-No. 101 leaves "?IRNARO"a. Curtain.

s" )r Iva Sapp, Allle Mae Blade. Jewett but at the Wildwood tilt with a I Starke 6:30: a. m.; No. 102 ar- e ,

f''c1 i Fogg, Dilly Dowllng. it!. V. Johns fair day we lost $13. And at the 1. Irlvea 2:10: t*. m. .
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', I I'I --- 1 i;r!! :{! Grandpa! !! I A me.: -. .on.! V. :. :'lV AirFly r'OJ ., Florida citrus fruit. will mean a p.. i lion, by !), c i-mbcr \\\

!NeiL. of Florida In i 5Aor/ Paragraph i iI I Says;' ..r.--t'1.1... _: c_ b A lfl""T-I": ..: ors savings of the of state$ oo.OOO this year lo the according grow--. : Ft I'lon-p- Prellmlna. N ""-

h completed of 8,000 litre

... The time! Is noflr when .r..,In" /fluid I to reports received In various I land for U. S. reclamutlo? ,,

I i ."11\ Be as reunion nil fli'f' ll-1-s\ nil- counties of the state This reduc- Jm-t.

cou-t. Ani-'ln r::1. lion heroines effective at onco announrement ,
tennis predicts : Jacksonville and "4 4
Live wa- i "
JI StaTOLD te NewsEXCHANGES ] hart. who brllcwt Amerlrn .I' now vi wan made to the ntati
I ; the eve of n surprisingly. rapid:! development press by truffle manager 1C.V completed city utilities bluldig. J

In avlntlon.la How. of the Florida Citrus )E- .
article aviation editor frI l
t! an as change.; Reduction: of tile rate-'
CosmopollUn. .,he> make the startling \Vorth-Re'onjjtrtl'tlon of
rI BY OUI\ I statement thnt Inst year two has been considered by the Interstate ridge over Lake Worth will cost '

I I.1 thousand plnncs were built for commercial commerce commission to; pproxlmately $25,000.:! 1i .

I purpnm and says that five nearly three years, mulling\ th Mayo-New electric lines will .

---,-----_.------------.1 thousand pnssenRera: and more than passage; of a bill by congress las ''II erected In near future. j
two million pounds ot freight were July that will mean an averag;
''i The first strawber- I home ot the pineapple orange during Tavares-Lake County Leader 4,
-onl'' carried by airplane In nights aggregating
tL saving\ of five to six rents per boo '
w weekly for this
were brought the present season. On thirteen million miles. newspaper
,I ,I"I i. ason account for all citrus. if ,
!h\'e. %
i K.iday. by S. E. Hat- of the loss by fire of the Today an alrplnne Is a more ordinary .
tO\\I'' sight than was one of the noisy Madison county held! their annual New Port UI'hey-Gulf Utilities I. .

>! 1')1) h-n-les were large ones Cltra Fruit company's packinghouse I I horseless carrlnges of twenty years fair last week and acrordln o., will double rapacity of elec- '
and color. It was considerable citrus fruit ago." writes Mist Enrhart who believes \Ic service for entire territory. '
* pit,, .8 dal"l' to the Madison\ )Knterprlse-Kecorc'
aviation will soon supplant automobiles ---
Sou will be transplanted to Lowell j I and other transportation where er It was most successful In ever 7,4
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where It will be processed for''! Madison county has vi
lOt speed l Is desired. way many .j
Lclamt The American Rall-I shipment. Owing to the lateness l II "The matter of speed Is Interest rled resources and ('alltrow star IISAVE

- lExpre! Company bas filed of the pineapple) orange; the per- ing."" she continues. "You know the lea and vegetables fine cattle an /is// our yard before

..illII l.alnt: with the city coinmls- led between now and Christmas I r-""') I average planes travel from perhaps .. hogs and )poultry and the iliad Iso 1
nucks are hauling ex- will he the ,- eighty to a hundred and forty mile. : -A :'nyinff Your Monumental i i-'
|thai, heavy shipping season, vamrSfL1": I C4NEI.IA; : EARHART County Fair Is the place to exhlb ,
hour In theory that seems breathtaking -
Lakeland wlth- an
rreJCIt': into Prominent grove men say that this |1 what they ran grow( and produce
I In fact It Is quite tne contrary adds somewhat facetiously' that "It 1 ( ,
IT laylnt) m>! privilege tax. The will be one of the heaviest yields I Mine. Oeorges Chappelle of Parts one ot the finest counties In th Work. J\\
when the Is hit
Thirty miles an hour In an begins ground
II IIt I] |,10), ) ites- (the example of other recorded In many years. I who knows the reptile family perhaps a automobile ,Rives one a vastly greater "One of the Joys of flying Is the great empire of West Florida.-
better than woman. through
any .. .
J Hiding; Jacksonville, S S S S j: .---- -
'II of than of the view: she adds
long study In her ecarch for reptile sensation speed moving perhaps magnificence 'ec ourdisplay and prices "
forward for
Is tax- Plans going th
transportation l\lIaml-ShortiIY before November obtainable from are : :
p 11'11 the hides which are now being used as thrice that ta I In a larD!! planeOn "It Is that a mountain -
1h4 "mplalut was taken un- eletionV.. H. Parker, Miami alpine karung leather Is shown nere the bighorn every pebble passed magnified and extended In all celebrnt'on! to be held on I the occa'Ion t

iJvl8>ni,''in attorney received a gift of a enjoying a ride on the back ot I* a speedometer.'In directions of the formal opening of tr We deliver and( erect. j -
S S S brown derby from Gov. Al Smith, i "Grandpa" 300 year old Galapagos the air there lire no trees no "As seen from the "Mr, the world Improved and excellent munlclpi .

.11 I fiLl members of the Mr. Parker prizes It as the only Island turtle In the New York Zoo. I telegraph poles or mile-stones to act seems to flatten out. High hills grow airport nt Jacksonville that n L
._ as speed Indicators-only a countryside humble and really rough terrain appears }
H) i Kion and auxiliary, asI "official" brown derby In M'aml'! | ----- invites fliers to come an f
below out before smooth to the The '
opening one in eye Landscapesare GainesvilleMemorial :
I ). I < Dunnellon post and and wrote the governor his thanks. | ........................1 leisurely fashion. Even when the laid out tn squares In country or I'nger In this section. The wor ,
disabled ex- at the airport, authorized by th
at Governor Smith did not reply until plane's velocity Is greatly Increased city, and men and their movements
1 U Sunday In observanco after the election. In which I : HAMPTON there Is little change In the situation are very slow Automobiles crawl c'ty recently and tu'hiding tI)

t 0 II anniversary of the Florida seceded from the Solid ,SI)t. t,lnIIMIMI... I ..r. :1:1.4. If the plane 'Is /flying high so far as along the streets, Even the white erection of additional hangars, I r Co.

<'h< armistice. The dls- South and joined the Hoover col sljht and feeling are concerned waves on the shore seem stationery.Then accommodate many teirimiti lies. ur t ,
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i \/1', brought to Ocala UnIt Then he wired Mr. Parker I The desire to Jump which many there are other visual delight I thus providing splice for the e '.4

,'rflIlS' hospital at Lake Lrlefly as follows: "I'm afraid I C L Ilouser and J. F. Johnson persons experience on a tall building.Is In playing hide and seek thruugli ported( miill-plulin'H of the now a' 'ox 232 Gainesville .
,So not felt In an airp'ane! she writes, /light llutTy clouds that are not compact service ,
the visitS mall and ,
33 In passenger
were made a m'stake, I should have sent are apundlng this week hunting : ,j
and explains that added height! mnkcs enough .to be ominous-clouds about completed, and will bo i
you a straw bat. I deer and turkey In Gulf Hammock for !greater surety A piano stalled of gray or white or tinted with the ___ --- _
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S S S five thousand fait -In the air can exquisite colois of sunset. ., _,_,._,_, ., 1
Kev. Dlckcon tilled\ his regular "-'- 'a- -- -'- -''-'---
K: >rllle Fireman had to Leesburg;-While there was i reach any landing place within a radius -I "Truly there Is another world aloft I ; ; '
S ni pool of printer's Ink some frost In low and exposed appointment at the First Christian of eight! miles. Trouble In the a place of Infinite variety of alluring THE STRAWttERRIESUse

-d. I c subdue flames which places little damage appears to I church of Hampton last Sunday air' Is very rare," she comments: and I attractions." It
I ;
llaj) nihi threatened the Flor- have been done to the bean crop I morning and even'ng. w44
!Mrs. J. C. Caldwell Mrs. Van
origin Allctlne and Mrs. C. L. Ho user attended According; to the Hartow Record, | far Includes an olllro\ building, a ,
fin' of one 'olltl carload has been marketed -
\, 2 I discovered,, In a basement room from the Center Hill area, the show at Gainesville last one of the moat complete Ruwmlll\ commissary and a number of small AIR SPRAYER L
houses for those who will\ be employed -
|re ''hi newspaper stores its where Is concentrated most of the Monday, plants In Florida Is rapidly being
Rev. )F. M. Taylor, pastor of the nt the mill and In the DcWitt C.
Several drums of the black of this In the Lees- Jones
production crop constructed at Polk City by the
woods where the timber Is to be
Graham Baptist; church, filled his
sticky fluid exploded and hurl- burg trade territory. Several cars Barfield Lumber Cqmpuny which secured.

e hI.ut their ,-ontents over the floor of assorted vegetables contained' regular Saturday appointment and Sunday. there last recently acqulied large lunmberholdings HARDWARE j jep

. h V.0S deepS beans however. There has been an \ In that vicinity. Construction 01 lalda- CorneiBtone laid for ....
S !Mrs.Wm.. Jones Is the /guest of I ue-= ---.------,..-- .p .
Increasing number of express and work which has been done HO M. J.i lei PUI 'kit !''Ichon''
her daughter Mrs. };d. Rowe of .
to recentk : -" --
beala- According a local freight; shipments" of beans. : ,

I ,in farming condtlons in Other carloads are expected to Macclenny.
C. A. Hlrt and family visited: Mr. ,
frlon and adjoining counties move from this section early in the
BIrfu father ,V. P. flIrt of Ala-
re i la more advance preparation current week The crop Is reported -

ji'e' for agricultural operations as considerably! In need of rain. chua county last Sunday. .
ffidi .. .
Mrs. Edna! Hart of Starke visited .- '4
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,a Bl92!> than for any similar per- Prices have been satisfactory. I ". '
The her brother, Callis Manning! this 4 5. :
l In a number of years. S S '

j vegetable season Is In Its primei West Palm Beach-Mystery week. -
Mr. and Mrs. J. W Moseley had -
1\\. [i uliindngs made on a sizable surrounding the Identity of ,a man. I
this week their
m 4 i t' are dependable any av- whoso body was found in a 'rude I as :
son, Joe Moseley* and family of I I
: ;;
. ,c m wooden casket that was washed I I Jacksonv:lie. wktt

J Iis t S S ashore last August; was believed: !Mrs. I. J. Priest, who hUB been I I 1WtY ; II
'' IIIUK( Among the various to have been solved with the receipt -I ',
In CIrcen Cove Springs for several
,k, "-it'( iin'on: dinners to be held here Friday of a letter from I"H I k'
weeks returned to her home last
'hrr JO' amlo\ during the meetings the New York ofllce of the French! :I '
fib! Florida Educational Asso- line stating that the corpse probably FrlOnj.Ifr. _
I and Mrs.\ Paul Greenway
'i Vovmber 30 to December V.B9 that of a baker aboard U
the week-end with friends :
.'1)1") "> the gathering of Alum- the steamship Do La Salle who spent .
and relatives In Jacksonville.Mrs. f '
Jnc, 101'mer students of CarletonIr was burled at sea. The letter, ad- .
W. C. Thomas and Miss Annie -
"N'orthtleld Minn., at the dressed to Justice T. M. lUckhards.I ? ere's station
the"guests a 3
Laura Tucker, were t up
g. a ill-state Florlda-Carleton who conducted! an Inquest over the '
I of Mrs. W. O. Bennett of Hawthorne ahead,
tint! The dinner: will be at the body, stated that the body of Em- :
last Saturday.Mrs. ,
R mg, "court hotel at 6 p. m., No- lie Jean Marie Blanchard, 52, a Sharehouse of Hawthorne I "TSJO, lets wait for Pan- j '_ _

rnbe \111 I the French Hue's boat Am There's too ,
baker on has recently been the guest; of her sign :mw; -_ '
::1 S S had died aboard the vessel on Aug- ulster, '!Mrs. L. G. Johns. V much difference in oil to -.--' .

3 JPensarola -- Sometime durng: ust 10, last, and was burled In the Miss Louise Pitts spent the week 4 take a chance on any '

" ursda( ) night unknown vandals gulf between Houston, Tex., and with friends and relatives In Law- old kind," /
t the name of Mayor Baylisa' Havana, two days later. The cas-

Jim' the base of the flagpole foun- ket, heavily lined with lead, was toy
Mrs. J. P. Sullivan attended --1
tlon of the American Legion ( washed ashore north Kalnl> pier church services at Theressa last

I'nument' which was unveiled at ,' at Palm Beach. on August 23. -
I. Saturday and Sunday.
Armistice day exercises here. I S S S S -'- -
I' J. I). Pry car Inspector who _
jllce, and county officials are en- | Lakeland-Four hundred pounds _
W. R. Jackson -
has been relieving
J.ivorlns to ascertain the identity !' of high explosive Saturday afternoon local car Inspector for several : : 'k'-
" guilty parties. No names of''I'I ripped open the 120-foot dam *
days has returned to his home in __ _
,p men who died In the war were, at Lake Hancock and ,nade possi- Wildwood.
Murbed and reclamationof ;
, ble the drainage Rev. and Mrs. F. M. Taylor are
S S S S :
of fertile soil a
17,000 acres
the happy parents of a new ten
[OrlandoOne of Florida's best. large percentage of which was sub. .....:: '!
Iol' .
pound daughter who arrived Nov. ...=.... if"-= '''
own resort hotels, the Wyoming, ject to overflow from the lake dur- _"' :a

Bi I ned Friday for its twenty-. ing the rainy season. The opera- 20th. C .%; L 'Ar

.th..'.. "uunann' "V'" ',..nplI', _.."..o. _m/tat1....___ _a. tion was the focal point in the An Institute of Statesmanship to ---="-'""- -.

[uarter of a century under the' Lake Hancock drainage district en- discuss the future of party govern- ....- ":; :-. --

tone' management. she opening: terprise. A five-foot wall of water ment In the United States is to be -

I the Wyoming Is an event looked I was released by the blast into the held at Rollins College Winter ... --

I'fward' to by all Orlando citizens! ,,,, new drainage canal. More than Park Fla., according to an announcement .

"It nerakls the commencement of 1000 tons of earth shot hundredsof made by President _e- 4
ft, w'nl"' "'( season In the city. feet Into the air In the form of Hamilton Holt, who will act as I' 455 .

S # 0 a solid curtain. With the menace chairman. \

I 'iiulaleHundreds of Flor.'Iof flood removed by the destruction C .'

l"!!II!: ind Alabamians gathered to, of ths! dam, truck growers! While not In a position to render -

: GoV'. Alfred E. Smith. can prepare and cultivate their I financial assistance, the members -

train made a short op.. fields with assurance and in a of the board of county coni-

'( op hero Friday. En route, short time. It Is predicted this particular I m'rsloners. at DeLand, expressed

ialppl) .! Gulf Coast the" section of Polk county will favor of a movement to secure protective -

inswered requests for a" be one of the most richly productive tariff for Florida grown

: 'raYing that he had been regions In Flor'da. frulta and vegetables. The tariff

for seven months and S S S S I ,.tubject was presented to the commission _
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In thousand folders 11 a communication from ___ '-- -_
lore speeches;. left Sanford--Fifteen ________
of floral ol'ter'nga i describing the advantages of the Florida division of the Southern -

ntod' to the New York Sanford\: an a winter re ort for Tariff association outl'nlng lL

during the train's briefS tourists and aHo nt an agricultural plans for a survey of conditionswith
this a view to presenting an effective -
center w 11! be distributed Expect these

S S I, winter by the Sanford Chamber of argument to congress! In results ____

-c'A reward of $100 Commerie. E. J. Trotter. secretary -'favor of protection for the products -

Lr:esl and conviction of, has announced. The front of Florida" soil.

: r of lira. A F. Carselle''I I cover will be an airplane view of I S
Largo-Plans made for beauti _
whose body was i Eanford superimposed on a stalk when Pan-Am
n'sjj. j ty'ng grounds of Pioellas county
>In an automobile between of celery, the chief source of agricultural -I home you try _
) and Inverness last April revenue for the city.

ffcred. Thursday by Gov. The Inside s'xteen! pages of the erected and the three will overlook

:1: W Martin While authorities folder will Include a large map of :I 175,000 acres of timber in ColumbIa .OLjM When you drain your crank- goes further, lasts longer. .
ormed the governor: they have Florida showing Sanford's proximity and Baker1 counties. One of ,

,, Ie it one suspect they report-- to other ctles: and its strategic -. the towers will be located 14 miles cjr' "E" case and fill it up with PanFor Pan-Am is refined '

1 .".ability to make further prog- location for shipping. Grouped : northeast of Lake City, another
Am motor oil with unusual from
3 ''n the ca e. around the map will be a number w'll be about 2 miles north of you can expect care

S S of views of the city. The outside Lake City and five miles from the verydefiniteresultspureparafuinbasecrudes..

%W I'r Haven--A strong denial sixteen pages\ will carry an Suwannee river and the third will ,

pl,>rda! Is shipping immature, i i airplane view of the celery section be In Baker county a few miles A A Protection against motor They produce the toughest, '_ _ _

I fruit to the northern mar-,! surround the city and read- from the Columbia county line. r oil failure under all driving sturdiest safest motor oil
1 was information concerning About 60 miles of ,
Issued here Friday by J.Koblnson hig matter giving: telephone lines ,

J, general manager, I Sauford's appeal to the' will be erected for use in the Are conditions. More power, known. "

r Florida earns; Growers' tourist and home-seeker. trotectlon service each of the
.: House Association. The S S S SLake I three towers having a telephone 0 : because your cylinders will Every Pan-Am dealer has .

:: 'at Issued by Mr. Robinson City-The work which be- and all will be conne' ted. There OR 0 be sealed with a tougher a chart showing the right

mado. he said because of the gan Wednesday of this week on will: be organized firefightingcrews _ _

: 'nee of reports being clr-I the foundations for three fire observation I which will be in connectionwith film of oil. Money saved, grade of this better motor oil
I lit t 'd to be erected pn the observation thru
throughout, the state to the towers towers
that !green fruit being ship-., land owned by the Columbia Land the telephone system A man will because Pan-Am motor oil for your car. Try it, today. f ,

'ed 'In large quantities Into the Corporation marks the first steps ,I be on duty .In each of the towers I H- _ _

ark !t was the cause of the poor toward the first organized attempts all of the time day and night t. and

,r! that prevailed a short time at fire control in timber forests I,they will maintain a sharp watch Pan cxfmerican Petroleum

'%Ck, I and the first organized forestry I for flre. When a lookout spots afire Corporation

service undertaken In this part of he will telephone the Information _
AlMIIfI ,iknttrt KIP; ,, /dJ, SEMDAC
: observation tow. to the / *MttliJSUPERLA tndl
-Approximately 3 cars of the state. Three I flre-flf htlng crew and .
.rUlt nav. I feet high will be the other men."...". .. i .
moved from Citr the .rs, each 100 Ito tower ,- 4 ;
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N1111fA'O1t0 COUNTY TELEGRAPH' STAItK&. 'IAnID.\ nUD.\\, N' rt I
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Mrs J. L. Frazee Mrs. O. P. Raymond Ings. I -a

''P,, j ji Orle Wlgg'us, J. W. Andrews Remember that the big revlva::'i) r I Futures Trading Spreads World CO PCtiti(;; -

Cla.tI. Jr., J. C. Robinson, Col. D. begins Sunday night Novembe' Olvt

\ 10. Knight: C. E. Cowles, J. E. 25. and will continue for two 01 I 0 ._.

Corpening, Carrie Uglow Mrs. three weeks as the Spirit may dl
ely reel. Let all Christian people 01, --
I. Fernandez, John Powell, J. M. I
all denominations Join In together
!Mitchell, \Mrs. \V. A. Bonaham. W. I
and make the community reviva
A. Hart I which Is absolutely nondenominational .
The roll call will continue all I
:1 ,
in spirit, a howling surcesi:
the week. We hope to
I' during for our Lord. Come! Come. Everybody : .
have one hundred members In comet
.. c.\lm CLl'll KXTKKT.UXKll: vivo president of Section Four Starke. Everybody help to makeIt If you wish to hear Mr. Smith" w t EW
.... banner for the lied Cross
a year
I with large arm bouquets of red first sermon in our city you may i

I Members of the Twentieth Cen, and fern tied with and ,, In Bradford county go to the First Methodist ('hurl"1Sunday
roses green Tho following Is part of a letter
tury Club and a few friends were I morning. lie will prea>'r
white tulle the club colors. In behalf of appreciation from Palm Beachto I F
there Sunday morning at elever vlj'
ftk'.a J d f
entertained last Thursday eveningat 1'
forser- I B
of the Starke club, and these Red Crows headquarters o'clock and will preach the open
the attractive home.ot Dr. and I rendered that body to
vices by
honor guests expressed their ing sermon of the revival eerier t
[ Mrs. K:. L,, Biggs on Walnut street. j thanks to the Starke club In a very i i citizens of the East Coast: I under the big Gospel tent Sunday

t Chrysanthemum arranged In beautiful manner. Adjournment I I "\Ve deeply appreciate the assistance evening at 7:30.: Meet us at the

for luncheon followed. which we have received big tent!
wall and baskets
L! the lower floor of this home. Tallies The state officers, with S. Bryan from your chapter at the time of I i .

i done In blue and rose marked Jennings and Sanford E. Hitch, I wholn-hearted our distress and co-operation because of from the Gas Price Investigation .

the guests places at the tables arranged were seated at beautlfuly appointed Vt4 AT-A Wow CV>*r*' ;/Ty-- .-- -- 'U
H for bridge and after enjoyIng tables in the sunparlor, Mrs so many different quarters our peo- Under Way ME&T WOftZL"D O2MPETIrlent o -- ,
ple have been kept high in spirit
several progressions, scores Stanley being seated In the guest
|| and enabled to rehabilitate themselves WASHINGTON D. C. Koumnnla
of honor chair, and the other
jt were totalled, and a key case and
guests af tables in the large aud- much more rapidly and successfully ot farmers and millers are Clamoring for
a deck of cacds were presented as Investigation of the price
nien"s high and low prize, whilea Horlum. These tables were decorated than could ever have been gasoline in Florida Is gaining a grain futures market. They say It

coat flower and a lemon plate with baskets of yellow chry- accomplished" wlhbut this assis I headway, says the Florida state will rave them money. Portland.

and fork were given as ladles high santhemums. A most delectable tance. chamber of commerce. The chamber Ore, and Vancouver. B. C. are a3 y uN

and low prizes. four course luncheon was served Sub-chairmen appointed for of I Itself for several weeks has launching grain exchanges for greater

Dr. and Mrs. Hlggs guests were: the guests, numbering .two hun- working In different sections been conducting an Inquiry to determine marketing economy. A silk: future
the county were announced as follows ,
Mr. and Mrs. (I. M. Inman, Miss dred and twenty-five. During the why the Florida consumer market has been opened In New York,

Minnie Gruber, Mr. and Mrs. Edward : luncheon hour several popular mu- : must pay such an abnormally high and plans are going forward for a
sic numbers were given by Miss Hampton-Mrs. W. 11. Alexan- crude oil exchange. Hamburg recently -
Hums, Miss Mabel Weller. price when its proximity to producing : -
Florence Andrews, Sanford Hitch der. opened a grain futures market at
Mr. and Mrs. N. Sternberg, Mr. areas and water transportation t
Brooker-II. R. Brown. the of farmer. and other German 't'1 u'w.
and Nolan 'Canova. request A x ; ,
and Mrs. F. F. Stump, Mr. and Is taken Into consideration. L n. y C < +
I Starke Mrs. Cl. P. Raymond. grain interests. John Vesecky.
; Mrs. S. L. Peek,, Mr. and Mrs. J. After lunch the meeting was Lawtey-Mrs.- L. II. Hill. und now legal action seems to be In president of the Southwest cooperative w.C w. ....-.;

} W. Andrews, Jr., and Joe J. Truby. called to order by Mrs. Phillip sight. At Pensacola interested wheat pool .has Joined the Chi

1 r Trout, who had charge of the afternoon consumers are ,raising a fund\to finance cago Board of Trade, the largest graIn R/J.J'S'l4 aeoi/ftjep j'R4'N F4/TlJlfie MgRKETl' Q CI Q
VilltIYTl.1IJNIE.: :.\\'Olt GiVIN: program.; On the stage *> <*> .CAr <.. <*> a thorough Investigation ot futures market. In a word futures

}, EXCELLENT I'lKKilMM with Mrs. Trout were seated, Mrs. I e the situation In that city and at trading, baeed on the economical etrtcted to a point harmful to farmer cllltles farmers desire Thl Wit

I --_ Williams Mrs Stanley Mrs. WII- Tampa, County Solicitor Chancey method of the grain exchange sys and consumer alike. The Investment measure has been !wrcrreax' II .

.:, I The Christian Endeavor Society eon, Mrs. Inman Mr. Wyman, Mr.' Church Services has announced that charges that a tem. la expanding throughout the element that customarily carries the death knell of future markm r:

uf the Presbyterian church gave a : Bryant and Miss Creer. combine exists In Hlllsborough world. burden when the crop Is marketed may be an exaggeration But t
last Sun- with The situation presents a curious has In' a large measure been driven powers It would Invest in
! Interesting program opened the
very The was
i 0 .1> 4 0 [county to maintain a level of high paradox. Leading economists and from the grain market. Some authorities tar) of agriculture are Mf
evening at the regular hour. "Jo"lorlda'the Beautiful regard
day ,
t f the song prices may result In an Investigation business men and untold numbers say prices for grain despitethe an amazing departure A
t Mrs. Rawson tplll and Mr. Sanford with \Mrs. 1 1. K. Perryman at the PRKSItVTiRIA\: by his office.The.State of practical farmers give proof of the huge crop, would be higher save could not even make a rule or ear m

' $' E. Hitch gave as a duet "Give piano, and S. B. Hitch playing the Chamber's inquiry de- value of future. trading to producerand for restrictions now In effect and latlon or a change without dm b

of your best to the Master," and clarinet. Mrs. W. S. Jennings 10 m. Sunday school J. M. veloped several interesting bits of I consumer. Yet a small group of agitation by politicians for further, Ing approval of the secretary of af
a. 1
r 1 Wesley Stearns sang as a solo "It gave the invocation after whichS. information For one thing It disclosed politicians and self-appointed farm anti-futures laws. culture. A one-man power would
Truby, supt. I leader. continue their attack on futures Despite these rigid restrictions of complete. That Is
pays to serve Jesus. Bryan Jennings!; Jacksonville, that approximately 8,000 |, Just ono hit*
A pageant, "Pages from Florida and L. Wynrnn of the local For- 11 a. m., Morning worship exchanges Just as the Popu- the Grain Futures Act which gives of a revolutionary measure, Fitt
Christian Endeavor History," was short addresses.Mrs. sermon by the pastor. lllinR stations are operating In the I I lists and similar radical groups for the government supervision of exchanges ers' organizations Bankers, ouii\ :
estry office gave 6:30: p. m., Christian Endeavor. rate and that from 3,000 to 5- years hampered the railroads and : the so-called Capper-Dick: groups, and others are expected
wall rendered by these young: Frances Holt, Jacksonville 7:30: p. m., Evening worship, )00) of them are unnecessary. Because other Institutions and blocked progress inson bill bangs like a cloud over vigorously combat the proposed u
folks who are very active in this sang very beautifully, "Trees, the and sermon.A : of the wide distribution dueo the markets, causing great uneasinessand sound law. In the meantime t
work audience Joined In singing, "On cordial invitation to all our the many stations the average Right now the cry II being raised. tending to dlscouraga Investment markets probably will Be flinuib-
e Forest Land" accompanied by and not without Justification that and speculation which make a liquid to the disadvantage of hedging i icllltles
trivial but the
earnings are num-
JOYS":U-IUC\'JUX: and Mr. Hitch. services! extended to all. grain futures markets have been re- futures market,, with the hedging fa- so valuable to the taxmen
Mrs. Perryman _____ Ler I nf stations remiltH In.n a_ mar..._. .

!' Mm. John -McCullough Tharln,, Tree planting in the clubhoube: I HAIM'ISTSunday ( gin of four cents per gallon. The

1 of Madison, announce the marriage yard followed, when the guests o'l! companies grant stations a discount -I How many of the smaller stations factory. His business is all Income Melbourne- $sn OlIO" h, lid Is

of her daughter Mrs. Alice formed a circle around the dog- School at 10 a. m., J. F. of two rents per gallon continue to exist Is a mystery. with no outgo. In many instances voted for building "ipi>', ,"he.
wood tree, with the state presidentat \lckliter: supt.'Vorshlp which, with the two cents per gallop -
Mr. Leroy Joy- he does not
Tharln Bracken to
hostess I I They must have other sources of ) new Dixie hlghwav imrti-! ur
the tight, when at 11 a. m., and .7:30: profit, makes a gross of four i The
Saturday November sevonteenth to for a license. only
ner on pay
dedicatedthis Income. In of the
Inman many parts Crane Creek.
Mrs. ,
president m. cents. It Is the opinion of various
nineteen hundred und he spends In the community -
to Mrs. Mary 1'. Stanley 6:30 The I( country, according to the American money
tree U. at m.
H. Y. P. : p. authorities with whom the chamber -
twenty-eight, at 125 West Second Automobile Association is a few dimes for food and perhaps
president! of the Florida Federation pastor will help the Intermediate has conferred that If four or ,I ,
street, Jacksonville, Florida a dollar for a night's lodging.
In- stations thrive by giving short
of Women's Clubs. Mrs. of their '
Union to make a success five thousand fllKng: stations iu ,
Mr. and Mrs. Joyner will be at The local merchant Is a real as
threw the first spudd of dirt members kindly rally I measures of gin: and oil, and by PAINTER'SSimon
man work. All abolished there mill
Florida were
1940 llerHchel l is
home to their friends at substituting cheap oils for the set. The bulk of his profits
and L. Wyman completed plantingthe to the support now. would be enough left to adequatelyserve
: street this city.-Times-Un- spent at home. He pays rent on a
I' higher priced grades demanded by
tree. Mrs. Stanley expressedher Our mid-week services! will be the public, and because of a
: store, he pays taxes, he gives employment Pure Citrusand
beautiful the motorists': This
ion.The appreciation In a very durng: the revival meetings average practice -
above announcement will be given up greater volume of sales per station to people of the commun-
manner, as this was the first which being conducted in it is estimated by the Association -
I of Interest to many Starke friends are I the margin of profit could be Is' the American ity, and he contributes to local or-
tree planted In her honor. the tent. It is expected that our reduced two cents gallon.In costing mo-
one or a
who memberof
of Mrs. Joyner was a ganizations. If an article purchased Gem Farm CropFERTILIZERS
millions of dollars
session was opened I toring public I
The business will heartily cooperatewith
school faculty people both the months of August
the Bradford High from is unstlsfactory
by two chorus) numbers by ladies the evangelist and help to and September the average annually. The gyp dealers the As- I I
her gross
and by affected.
three is esafly
years ago an adjustment
pleasing personality has made of the Starke club) : (a) On make these services a blessing to profits from sales of gaslolne per sociation says, mulct motorists of The housewife should turn I
Mendelhsson; (b) $20,000.000 a year from gas
Wings Song,
our town. station In Florida $80
u friends here who will extend was only down cold peddler who
many every
. Forget Me Not by Theodore Glene. Y alone. It also has been discoveredin
bust wishes. jet almost every stated operated to her door. By so doing she
t During the business session several 31ETIIODW7'Sunday ; : various states that many small
__ e. during August'; was operating rn will save money for herself and Are
1IP.MI.XaVAV.Jll.:: prominent ladles from dIffer- fllllng stations are speak-easies for
FRANK September and again in October.
t ('1CLKIIU.\TKS: : Ihh ltTU i).\% ent rubs gave splendid talks on school Sunday morningat -- I the distribution of liquor The will be doing her community and "TITHIEl: ) AND (1101'TESTII1'

Club work. 10:00: o'clock, E. K. Perryman I State Chamber, In Its inquiry, however its merchants a constructive service : : '

Last Tuesday Nov. (;Sreen Cove Springs/; Club Invited supt. Cupid's Decalogue has not gone Into these .

1 13th at the home of his parents. Section Four to be their guestsat Worship Sunday at 11:00: a. m., I phases of the fllllng station busi: The State Chamber has been Our Brands lire tin V'know-

Mr. and Mra.! Frank Hemingway their meeting next November.All I Rev. Jlmmle Smith, evangelist: ness. advised by a Chamber of Com ledged Standard by which

on Call street, little Frank Hemliigway Joined In singing the parting ,'will preach il Another angle to the high price merce in Connecticut that scoresof I Growers of Florida hart
1 Junior Kpworth League Sunday of gasoline is the abnormally high housewives In North Carolina, ;
"{ was host to u number of song. all fertilizers fur(
'/, his friends In celebration of his _----1-. afternoon at 2:00 o'clock Miss slate tax. It amounts to 5 1-8 South Carolina, Georgia and Florida -
( nr.VHI: (>!' \\\ .\. .\MWK\\H: Fredrlka Struth supt. cents gallon for long before have been fleeced recently bya I nearly forty years
: p seventh birthday anniversary. The per "u'e cnn for slut
home was beautifully decorated Senior Kpworth: League Sunday I the motorists, the housewife and man posing as an agent for a of grain: nil\
Lake Butler, Nov. 16.--\Mr. W. 6:45 o'clock, George and New hosiery concern. II we get "
for the occasion, and the young evening at : I the motorboat owner industry'pays for what w glee,
folks were entertained on the A. Andrews, a life-long residentof Inman, leader. the five cents ,a gallon tax His method Is to secure a pay we can of

lawn by Mrs. Hemingway assisted this county died at his home There will be no evening preaching the state has collected directly ment of one dollar in cash' the remainder la the policy
by-Miss Grace Alvarez. about four miles west of Lake Butler in our church at 7:30 o'clock. ;, i iN.4TALF I from from the oil company an Inspection to be mailed to the "foe.tory" THE E. 0. PAINTERFERTILIZER

Refreshments of Ice cream, cake Wednesday, November 7, The congregation will be left free tax of 1-8 cents per gal- upon receipt of the merchan- CO.JACKSONVILLE. .

and fruit was served in the dining Mr. Andrews had been hIII\ to attend the revival In the tent lon, a tax which, of course the oil dise. Investigation has developedthat

"I room where a large birthday cake health for several years and was conducted by Rev. Jlnunte Smithof concern passes on to the consumer. there is no factory, and that I :. FLA.
his bed six weeks before the solicitor Is, grafter. -=
with seven candles graced the dinIng confined to Dallas Texas. Prayer meeting Just a plain -
-- ---
table. his death. He had never will also be called oft on Wednesday The high tax is akin to killingthe U .. _

t The little host received many Joined any church, but always lived nights for. the'same. purpose goose that lays the golden j

lovely gifts from his guests which on the principle of treating his egg says the chamber. The state
as he wished to be (COMMUNITY1; ; >>>K: KKVIVAIi.TO : .
numbered about thlrty-flve. fellowman BEGIN HfXUAY MfiHT I can tax only gas In Intra-state commerce
r --- .m which means that gasoline
IICHIS MKKTIMJ: : : W. 3: (. H. Mr. Andrews was twice married purchased outside of the state by

and to the first union the follow- Under a big Gospel tent with a consumers, shipped in and hot

Business and program meeting lug children survive him: seating capacity ot practicallytwo sold at retail Is untaxable. It Is as- I

of the Baptist W. M. S. will be J. S. Andrews, Lawtey; F. A. thousand people a community serted by many Floridians, and the EmJ'- _=

held at the church Monday afternoon Andrews, Starke; J, J. Andrews, revival will begin here on Sunday assertion was made repeatedly at I ;

at 3:30: o'clock. A good at- Lake Butler; Mrs. Ida fairish. night, November 25. The meet-' Tallahassee during the last session -

tendance Is desired as there Is several Lake Butler; Mrs. C A. Boyd, Ings will' be non-denominational ,.. of the legislature when the

Important Items of business to Lake Butler; Mrs. R. O. Parrlsh, spiri( and lull churches are urgedto tax was increased, that a lower I
be considered. Lawtey; Mrs. R. A. Parrish, Lakelutler co-operate this work that the 7)/iJ.er-rDN. tax',and consequent decrease In the

1 1T.tINED ; audMrs.. Marvin Brannen.Lake campaign may be made .as far-:1 NEW YORK-If the man of your cost would result in increased t
1n.n.\TUS: : O.fllH KN'TKR-: : Butler.: reaching as possible. There Is a Jrtams is
making moon
eyes at your consumption and with the elimination
IIY NTAHKK: O.VI Ills wife, Mrs \V, A Andrews world-wide peed of .I n real revivalof girl friend sigh sweetly and tell Dim of tax dodging a large net return -

and the following children by the old time religion and a real be has the sex appeal of John Olloert. for the state.

Starke Woman's Club was hoa second marriage survive him: opportunity Is at the door of our Then if he continues to hy aa- e -

j i less Friday to Section Four of the Arthur Andrews, Edward Andrews community for a revival that will miring glances In her direction call 1IOMK: MERChANT: vs PJ.U-;

( State Federation of Women's' Seward Andrews, Wllma' stir our city for Jesus Christ; andIt him s cave man and shake your head IL.B H, -
gloomily and say he ought to be
Clubs at their fall meeting. The Andrews, Viola, Andrews and Lula Is hoped that all Christian peo- bided for being BO attractive. cow- .

J clubhouse: was beautifully decorated Andrews, of Lake Butler ple of all denominations will joinIn At least these,were commandment annual battle between the THANKSGIVING DAY

for the occasion with baskets lie was a son of the late John from the very beginning of the one and two In the decalogue for home-town merchant and the i

I and vases of chrysanthemums and and Emily Andrews and wasborn campaign and drive with one unit- winning the man you" want which snowbird peddler Is about to begin

r other cut flowers. In Pearce county Georgia., and ed will for a gracious victory from Miss Natalie Thurston, international.... says the Florida State Chamberof I

t The meeting was opened with leaves the following brothers, all the Lord. authority on beauty, of New York Commerce. It is growing colt

,' the song, "America and the invocation of this county: The preaching In this campaign women and Paris gave address to a group of young In the north and east and the
in an here
; was given by Dr. n. P. Senator A. D. Andrews, Mr. U. will be done by Jimmie Smith of Miss Thurston1 other eight: Here are louse to house canvasser with vis Many families will gather this year at a

i Raymond ot the Baptist church J. Andrews, Mr. T. A, Andrews Dallas Texas. !Mr. Smith comesto .. I.p to aim 1 wuh. you'd .!.. mr Ions of an easy winter in the salubrious in
r After the salute of the flag Mrs. and Mr. F. F. Andrews; one sister our city with the best recommendations brother the nam of your. tailor. II. climate of Florida Is orderIng bountiful Thanksgiving table and bow

f O. M.\ Inman president of the local Mrs. John Bryant, a resident of from many towns and taw w.. .yon ntl neil at th with. theater hi. own the until oth.r h. supplies of genuine TurkUii

club gave the welcome address Baker county._ Mr. Andrews was rltles where he has done a gracious ....nlolr.t. .** and Persian rugs from factoriesIn silent appreciation of a wise, far-seeing

in a very able manner. She welcomed also blessed with thirty-four grand work for the Lord. }te is a duly Tall him .lne. m..tln> film other Patterson. New Jersey and "1m. ,
the visitors in behalf of the children. authorized General Evangelist of m.n you know .,*ra .. tupld. ported" merchandise from other them through a
I T k. him out riding parent provided'
in your roadat.
Starke club the citizens of Starke The body was laid to rest at Clays one of the largest churches in the .,. and show him the pro>p.rouitor domestic plants preparatory to beginning

i and Bradford county and presented Chappel near Dukes, Thursday world today, and comes to our city ruiltllnci your' father own his annual trek southward will naming. strong bank to handle their
: a key of the city of Starke to Nov. 8, Ilev. Robert Dukes with the. unqualiled'endorsementof I Invite him to tea ....1' Sunday : a
micht. and teat pin at the table between
the guests, with instructions to use preaching: the funeral services the highest olllelal body of the your l... inupp!.M married The peddler Is an enemy to ev- banking business.

; t 1 aa they wished. Mrs. Marcus C. S denomination of which he is a friend cry community In Florida. In nine
ROLL ('.\M. t. When h* talk *upp r after the the.
of the Jacksonville mn: CROSS ot
Fagg. president member. lie has put upwards
ate.. ..k him for hi* objection I.a cases out of ten he sells an articleof
club responded very beautlffuly to fifty thousand members into the little snack In the pantry at horn. doubtful quality for more money -

the address of welcome. The citizens of Starke have responded churches of America in the last Draw him out on hi. Idea of ....... than one of known quality can

Reading of minutes and roll call nobly to the roll call fifteen years, and has held revival .tlful.It' "women eourdiniily.If then. ._m.cl.. your. be purchased from the local merchant -

of clubs, all of which reponded which began here on Monday. Following campaigns In almost every stateIn a he tries to bold your hand taro In many Instances he takes I
followed after which Mrs. H. V. Is a list of members enroll. the nation. .Both your arms around him.1ft orders and cash payments for BANK OF STARKEThe

Kn glut delighted the audience ed so far: I According to present arrange- Should like your h. .a.obaerv...' rihl."-.It."d.dlI been!"Aaa cles which are never artl.//

with a piano solo. Dr. Parks I. A. Davis Dr. Mid. ihlThts there will be room for about I lov. you." witness a silk house and

The president !Mra. Stanley and (Baton J. F. KIcfcllter. II. M. Sny- seventy-flve persons on the big "The most important commandment premium fiasco In South Jackson- i Bank of Helpful Service

'nice presldent-at-Iarge Mrs. William der, Nat Sternberg.\ and Mrs.j choir platform, and the choir members or all. added Mlaa rhurt.on.i rlle and In other communities

L. Wilson gave greetings to Fred F. Stump. Mr. and Mrs. Jo of every church In the city to make youreU oeauului according last winter through which housewives I STARKE, FLA.

auction" Four In a very appropriate Tappen Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Wain- I I are earnestly urged to join the big to your beloved ones Ideal of were mulcted of hundredsof I

(:tanner, after which Mrs. E. M. wright Mr. and \Mrs. John Uglow chorus choir for the community oenuty. And even a girl without a dollars. I

Johns in her sweet and gracious ,) Mr. and Mrs. Saul, Lee Parks, revival and help to make the singing father brother providing or a roadtr*h. has or a aene wealthy and j The peddler Is here today and 'I'I I

manner presented those two Pierce C. D. Purser, Lee Mr'l one of the big and outstanding U.e right coamettcs. mal oo wl6. gone tomorrow. There Is no re- ,

'J n"f.and Mr-,.-. O. O. honor Mrs. Carl Knight, Mrs. features of tnes special meet.], coon it his wart* prove vmsatte-. :it II


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-nnnncanca .Su'ue'5'uZ25'v5'ur'SLZ ; has returned to Start Palmetto I'lnnprrtH\ > bright; far
LoutCarrawny. Sanford
r' M\ sees Laura Newell and I !

of the Brooker schoc I and Is employed at the City Barber I II I Her T re'- Fills l3loc0V oil well h.\.p.\

I faculty, were visitors to Stark Shop. I SI 1111 n'I nixlihlghiv' :. widenedto .\.
Bits of Monday morning. ------ ] i ("' .. _. 112 feet at bridge' In vicinity of '

Seed rye at Klckltter's. a...) /'j I Stuart gas well.
Mr. and Mrs Raud Crews and Tampa Two
new playground> I
r/'" little son and Silas\ Lucille Hat Sheriff and Mrs. W. J. Eppoi: with recreation facilities will hi- ,4 V I,

fit "" r&1 Ne"t" (;' rell of Brooker were shopping In' accompanied by Mr. and hirehole opened here Nov.: 15 I'I'VollIsla
t I
1,1/1-) f'W'-' Starke Saturday.Mrs. [ IT. Vnnslckel of Gainesville, -. Rond conditions Improved -

and Mm. O. A. Anderson of Law between Astor IlrUIge and !: .,

Our People Business and J. L. Cook of Valdosta. Ga., ley spent the week-end In !Mad) IhulJt"rv1l1e." .

Concerning and !Mis Hilda Durden of Hampton son with Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Tallahassee'-Erection of new

Progress of the County and Town. were visiting friends Stark Knight. I jail In this city tinder dUctiHslon,

Saturday. I Tallahassee--17.500 new fillingstation i'

----- Owen Grlllln. who has bee I1 will be built for Pan-Am i ,
;,,75"2525252.5' 525Z 1 52525'$5tranvacting e5 Johnnie Redgrave, who lias upending several months in Jacksonville : Port oleum Corporation oil North:

lilrtlM business in Stark spent tilt! past few 'months III where he was a BtudtMi' 1': Monroe street

Wednesday. Petersburg. Va., has returned this < at the Jacksonville Business! College : Jo'lorldtlt'rlves/ $701,347,019 annually :

J Mf' -n.. Cooper Starke..emlle. home in Starke. has returned to Starke and'' from natural resources. :l i

111h, State's Attorney and Mrs. II. V. has accepted a position as stenographer 1J1I\'el1port-llolly( Hill Fruit
Rev Elliott: of Penney Farms in the law office\ of Knglh'
Uaurlce demons Knight spent Monday In Jacksonville Products Inc., opens new plant \
nd rig>H preached at the morning lIt>nl(''!!
and Knight. wits capacity\ for handling '8 carloads Iff
4r1\. November. 21st. Sunday at the First Baptls fruit dally I.
and Mrs F M. Taylor church. Russell Daniels of Plant City, Jt'll1stm-Jensell bridge being ) ,
Mrs. H. M. i
20th. Snyder and Miss Lucite
n, girl who Is a student at the University; repaired :
n'j Mm\ bonnle Goodge, Mitchell Were shopping In Mr. and Mrs G. K. Kamsey. Mrs of Florida spent the week-em hfri -- 4

bOY. November.. 21st Jacksonville last Thursday. Ola Flncher and Mrs Posey Chat in Starke at the home of his uncl< SOTIflJ J

.- fin, of Gainesville were visitor; and aunt. Mr. and Mrs J. W. Ed 'J'In
rifgon Bros., all colors ,R. M. Ilazen of Court of County Judge, r.rml- "
\ Brooker. was i a at the home of Mr. and Mrs. L.. D '
wards. ford '
1 ai A'vorez.'! business visitor to Starke Satur Green last week. fIETTY I I Ite County: Estate Florida.In or Henry [.al',,, l .

spent Thurs day. The many friends of little Kelt; DELWT :; \ Stevenson NOTICl!: IN, hercl.v given to nil .
oY Edwards Mrs! T. B. Handley. Miss Elli Epperson: who has been spendlni ;; ffpFHP1$ whom It may concern. that on the J.
tra on business. Prof. Thomas Llmb-;; of the Wills and Mrs. Moore and two several weeks here with her grand \ lth lav of l It......,nitier.,. A. l i'.. 112S I
will apply to the llonorahl dnorir"A. '
Lawtey school faculty, spent Sat daughters, all of Trenton wen parents Sheriff and Mrs. W. JEpperson 'Gardiner Ji.ilur nf the tihnvcniimeil
p"Haymond, was a vlslclmonvllle urday In Starke with friends. visiting; at the home of Mr. and will regret to learn tha court, at ,..* ottlre In Mtark. N ''I 1
ISVi k t4 t4t
\ Tuesday week. $ liiadfortl county, For Ida, UK Judge J
C Mrs L. I). Green last she is ill at her home tn Jackson of I'rnliulc. for nn order tn I..lml10. !1'
1Jlr. Manning of Hampton .
with attack of scar probate the Inn will and IvKtaniontt
vllle a severe
;;;; now on dlsplajAlvan" ;y was llt-nry I.. SIcvciiKon. Ui'rfUHvd,
business .
!ne ol" lies a visitor to Stark Mr. and Mrs. W. h. Knight and IPKV ,
let fever. und lit the' HIIIIK line I mid |>lai-v, I
Special at 95c Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Kay Knight and lit : : : iI 1tL\\ )\ wilt a|>|ily to the Judge of the set, I.
BunnelK were guest Court fur tin order appointing mo UKKxHoiitiir '
-- -- lie .of : : .
111)11. Klckliter's.
Onion sets at !
or tho lost will mid trHtamont .
1. E Knight/; was a profes Mr.\ and Mrs. AV.. Hedgrav of Col. and !Mrs D. Joj. Knight: Sun ------ lOt the raid llcniy( lau.ge MicTltln % ,
.Itoi in Palatka Tuesday have returned from a three week' rns"n. deernerd,
day. Mr. and Mrs. Lorenzo Green had .. a
visit In Pt'tersburg.Vn. _. th Hlh day of :NoViMlltlci AD.
-- as their week-end guests Mrs. L. mis.WILLIAM.
line of" hats for men and -- MUses\ Blanche Alderman Alice : HOl.MR.S) I STKVKNSON: :
A. Dees, of Mayo Mrs. n. P. Dees
J. M Alvarez. M. F. Wiggins of New River Weslej Ily A. S ritlOV\S.
John Powell
Fernandez. and daughter Laura Elizabeth. 1f-I-fIt-II-U Ills AGorneyCENT
was a business visitor to Starke Stearns and Paul Knight motorec
and Mrs. Feathers and daughterof .
Inll' you want to buy See Monday. College of !Music
to Jacksonville : Jacksonville, Cecil Dees and
J Co. They may have lt.lt Wednesday for their lessons. Charles O'Qulnn, of the Unlvurslty =
Mrs Vivian Saunders of Key A ,
of Florida. I'osr rANOt/S OPEN ASNGEA. WORD
Thede of Lawtey.. was e stone Heights, was 'a visitor to Sunday's Times-Union carried a --- /N THISCOUNTRV, .L..EAQN NOW

visitor to Starke Friday. Starke Monday afternoon. photo of little Miss Merry 'Beth Misses\ Ethel Griffin Mildred HANDLE. NER VOICEN n-t.E (,"PENAGl
old laughter tvll/.LE INjINQ R'2 77/E A.L..I' COLUMN
------- the six months
Knight GUI and Mesdames H. J. Davis I _
ouniltree. of Waldo, was :Mr. and Mrs.\ L. A. Brown and and Mrs --- -
of State's Attorney and W. E. Middleton spent Wed: oD tae, KOH: ItKNT: 7-room house, gondcuiKlitlon .

r to Starke un'last_Thursday.__ son were, and visitors K. M! to Hazen Starke of Monday.Brooker IIollls\. V. Knight. ni day afternoon In Gainesville -=,.tSlt: =:rt=tJtr- r=-i-Ffn3d=.J := ::r- on lIIullKon I street It. I

IUd line of pants $2 to $9 .---- A photo---of Josephine---Francesthe where Fool." they at the attended Florida the Theatre."Slnglnj. I tee at jour fie.\Mt,shin ji'a laid' j,,4 tyi, 01 1 j r..tII"r1h.t l | \ A j.."> A. Green! ll-2-tr:

'el.and. Hegular meeting of Hradfon, nineteen months old daughter FOIl KENT: : Furnished apartments -

Lodge No. 35. F. & A. M., Monday cf Mr. and Mrs. Berry Johns appeared Syrup cant, all sizes at KlckIIter's. Hettie Delman, ia Chief to KO on \vMi: t.a! r.xt: net. U or rootim with flrepluronnd
Mrs. Jimmy Simmons evening Members expected( to attend In Sunday's Issue of the striates: n sentimental chord and t private bath. See: Mills Ad- '
l'a, arc enjoying a visit here visitors welcome. Times-Union. ______ Soloist at Huge; completely tension. IU die I bin lsden 1 f.VANTIUIn ,
I. rhythm
r. and !Mrs. J, L. Simmons waltz brllad is probtbly
Mesdames J. F.. Maine", E.) A. GardenI
--- Mrs. Pearl Snyder! Mrs. L. I).. Messrs. Bruce" Davis and John the ,most soothing! of all modern \ : buy second hand
McDowell. J. M. !Mann T. J. Townsend "
, like this don't happen Green and Mrs. Green's mother of Arcadia spent the .tempos. furniture all kinds of household
Treadwell --
r I -I I
P, W. Gordon. R, S. Johns Trained In Boitoii '
In A Blue Moon. Don'todd Mrs. C. L. Dees of Mayo, spent latter part of the week In Starke goiiilH anti clothing. Miixt be In l
J A. C. Strickland nnd Miss Rattle York TX1-' alias!!: Delman trained H tbn
HclUa WRIt
City. l
Gainesville M. ,
In Lord
Thursday shopping visiting Mr. and !Mrs. Ellery Hood condition. J. II & ,
Fowler of Lake Hutler and Mrs man's voice: fills a squire Hock Dos Lon Conservatory: of Munic.'
f- Davis. G.V.. S, Ware of 'VorthlnlCtonaUendetl ,, every time she sings. Miss! 1>( 1- She, did her first public sinir.nn Co., Cull street next" lo forestry -
of Alachua. was a Mr. and Mrs. W. !M. Wlmherly
the Federation of Worn man ii the chief soloist of MnJI-\ for the soldiers In'I' ranca nnd woo olllco. 1
is visitor to Starke Monday and little daughter Freddie, spent Mrs. Thelma Steele and four Frhl non: Square: G.irilcnlicro: nil often very close to the front Mio : -- ---
til's flubs held In Rtarko ty.- 1-: )8j"Thl;;; -I bend. of cilttlo.: linebu1Lheaded
--- Monday with relatives at High; children, and her mother Mrs. Times. important athletic events ore helj. has a theory that singing H the I''
Brown of Tampa was visit- land. Moore all of Gainesville were Union County ._ She has sun? in the Intermissions open air helps! rather than: hurts Jersey row with
ads in Starke during: the -.- --- ._- week-end guests at the home of ------- of prize firht hockey matches a voice. limnni'tlon lag: on 1 right oar; red
Mr. and Mrs Harold\ C. Wall, "Most! teachers contend that wllh while spots
id Don't miss "Once In A nine Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Sapp. rodeos, and political conventions: better sonic t
Moon" Friday evening. November: .. have had as!: their recent KuestH. nljlit:: ar! injures the vocal marked crop hole tinder bit: In r
Wall's mother, Mrs! C. T.. "You need something to calm chords" she "It dli'.n'l: hurt
shirts for boys at 25 50 and Mrs. S. Church and Mrs. J. II.Lawren'e says Olll ear swallow fork under bit (
Sawyer 23 at 8 o'clock. Prices nnd rest people! after they have j'
mine. On the!
and Mrs.\ H. -CarLyle contrary I inclined
and Mr. nm -
Heights/; Dutton !lied male yearling -
Uvarez 75c High School auditorium. of Keystone been under the great emotl'innl. In ho( other
to believe that dial
were among/ the out of town folks and little daughter of Tam tension of a big contest," Miss of the development of a great voice :is some murk as heifer. Anyone -

[Chaucey\ attended the G. II. Bennett proprietor of the who attended the Federation Club pa, and Mrs. !Mack Granger of Delman declares. ilun to my outdoor, work my I doubt( flndhm t the in ploiiHo notify

-Clemson football game In Bennett Grocery Co., was attending meeting here Friday. Waldo. "Some kind of Jazz is the best It I should;. ever have been nplrcte'l M. M. Grilile" coward, It. F. D.

:ivllle Saturday afternoon. to business in Grerfn Cove ---- --- -- sedative under such circum to sing In Madison Square Gordon 3. KtarUe. Flit. 11-23-lt
!Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Blakely and Little Miss| Betty Epperson whoIs stances. Th < may sound odd but if I had net had this. t.-alninir. It =
I and Mrs DeWitt C. Jones Springs Tuesday. little son of Jacksonville have 8pt'IIIInlsometime: here with it is true. A song such ni 'I Toro takes a frond\ deal of voice to Till .YOUNd) MAUHIKI MAN" Kxp : -

of Mrs. Rlak- her grand-parents. Sheriff and Up Your Picture When You Slid a square: block! you know erpocinlly : !!rlrncf ,iien\tlle>, wore,: visitors to Mrs Butler of Waldo, was a been recent guests and Mrs. W. W. Mrs W. J. Epperson and attending Goodbye; ,' relaxes] the nerves! that to fill It nbovo! the Insistent I would be Interested In )planting
during: the weekend.over week-end of her son and ely's parents Mr. '
guest Mrs Ilamrick'a kindergarten have been strained to the Irron'r-: efforts at .o"vl1ruUin; cf some share with roBpoimllilo) person ,
------- Mr. and Mrs. J, Dalsden. and enables crop)
, daughter-in-law: --- spent the week-end In Jacksonvllla log point, everybody 30.COO people I profiT fll rill near Starko.luwtcy .
our line of suits S, Butler. -- -
and daughters with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. II. or Hampton. Reply
,, Snyder
nt to save money. J. M. ---- !Mrs. Pearl --- -
Fenella. and !Mrs. L. Epperson. tare T legrni>li. 11.331t.I''Oll ::
Louise and .
l. J. J. Canova of St. Augustine .. ------ -- -- -
spent Tuesday and Wednesday In W. M. Wlmberly, and little daughter FIT TO SET BEFORE A KING BALK:.- Cryiitiil Wax Hnrm -

nqullla Jones of Graham Starke visiting! his mother Mrs. Freddie spent Saturday In .4..: "..... ...........' >k,. nd a Onion PliintB. $,t.5(1! per k;

'PplnK I In Starke Saturday Jacksonville.Mrs. ..8,1 Luwley.
Eunice C. Canova. ZIFF : 1,000.) A. 1 Hrhnell.
: lml1L
.f :
on ------ ; ll23tftMl I
nod Gerald \\ Blanche Taylor of Waldo. a' Allan Ounl I.c-H'li. ('or, + 1 .. .
Sammy Sternberg .-- ----- ----- ----
Hognii Smith of Sampson M'ddloton of the University of Is spending: several days In Starke .......... .............. .' SALK-' llorsa for en le. See
was shopping In Starke Florida spent the week-end In relieving !Mrs. Langford. night operator I O. W. Whllo, Starko. Flu. 1 1-23-: -
. of Mr. and Mrs. H. I';. Thomas and I
Starke Telephone ,
morning: I Starke with home folks. at the I i k t 2t.YOU.
of Jacksonville\ will
- -- fice. I son. Floyd .
-- -- ---
our reserve seat tickets forn I Charles Darby of the University --- ---- I spend several day here this week. -- .

A nine Moon", at Mltch- of Florida- spent the weekend Mr. and Mrs. V. M. Nuttall. are Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Thomas were. CAN (JET IN STAltKB: d' '
UK Store. In Starke with his parents announcing the arrival of a laugher attending to business 'in Gainesville

Mr. and Mrs. A. ..i. Darby. on Wednesday. November 14th one day of last week Replacements for all kinds. of
Alexander\ of Waldo was at the home of Mrs. Nuttall's parents Mr. and Mrs. J.V.. Lewis and

sea visitor to Starke Tues- Mrs. Harrell and daughter; Miss i !Mr. and Mrs. K. N. Do'wllng. children: Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Ray eye Klassos, Inoludliig\ spectacle
and Mr. J. J, Edwards spent Monday
'rnoon. Geneva, and Miss KunlceHazen of I frame temples and screws.
Brooker, were shopping In Starke Mrs. J. L. Frazee and little at Midway the snouts of "Mr.

nd Mrs. B. C. Holzendort Friday. Jllrand: lon, Taylor Belcher Mrs; N. and Mrs. J. O. Dennlson.; PinoVnlili I and flixk Ilrpnlrln, ; p r.

iturday visiting relatives in D. Wainwright and Broward !Mr. Pervls Lewis of Jacksonville also KiiKrittiiifC.We : .

Mrs. J. G. Godwin and little eon, Strickland spent Thursday In spent several days here with his 11,

Garland, of the State Farm, were acksonvllle. parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lewis. t,.'f't P ". have for sale Jewerly

, forget "Once In A Blue guests Friday of Mr. and Mrs. H. Mr. and Mrs. 1V., Dyal and little 1 tt watch, cut glass; silverware

high school auditorium A. Bishop.. Mr. and Mrs W. W. Balsden Marian Dyal and Mrs. Mlttte (r .M.YEt Et ; '

Evening! November 23. at pent last Thrusday and Friday in Milliard and little daughter, Alta alarm clocks, eye glasses, etc.

Mrs. L. A. Raynolda of Raleigh acksonvllle with their son-in-law attended the wedding of Miss Opal 1 ;A 1 Ntnrkr, I-'lorliln
Mr. and Mrs. W. S.lakely. Lewis and Mr. Shepperd Ray Sun-
k.W. N. C., has arrived In Starke for a mil daughter. I'ROMPT: SERVICE AND

E Middle in., spent visit with her mother .Mrs Elizabeth lay.Miss y

'/ and Friday visiting rela- F. .Johns/. \ -- Rhodla Thomas of Jack- SATISFACTIONWm. ,
I Waverly, Georgia.' ". I J. M. Williams\ of the University lonvllle spent several day here

Mr.-and'Mrs. IE-Jordan: and of Florida, spent the weekendn the guest of her parents. .....--.... .-.... --- --.--. _... -.-. -..--.-- ._- -- .
Johns of Jacksonville\ ) ton,, of Ovledo,' were week-end Starke at the home of his uncle Mrs. Delatha Starling and little .:Xc.j;; J. ILIFFEJeweler

IIIday In Starke with home 'guests of Mr. and'Mrs. T. J. Grlflln. and aunt Rev. and Mrs. E. M. laughter. Selma spent the week Rule IVilcrkon nlili her ch.impUiii '("oa'J! beef and, the illvtr, rap ho wen j

Rooks. here with her parents: and
- ---.- -- Mr. W. J. Johns spent Sunday Cattla rnlnarl' on the rtct era corn i, t'jtiy rcrvun purchafmd: at the cull
!Mrs. J. ttlt in the wo '!d. by and lutt\ ,lien In Chicago!! tor the cllrlnff.ji
you anything to sell? Seei Misses Pearl Grlffls of Lawtey. Prof. Marshburn, G. B. Colson.J. here with his daughter. boys Burls < nt the limited, two were owneu Expert Watchmaker

i I ('0., Woodbridge Block. and Myrtle Strickland of Kingsley t. J. Morgan II. P. and L. R. \Y.( Lewis. lit their teem and younger wtv are and raise:!. by children not yet In
Saturday 0. VV. Barry G. W. Hazen Mr. It. L. Thomas spent Sun- not : tcieuttr.c out Htnrkr, Iran
IY want it. It. Lake were visitors to Starke Jnlney training ecly U\-I t.r.ir:" '\( !'.in. one t>y rtoy Blmpton o:
- --- afternoon.Col. nd A. B. Surrency, of Brooker lay here with his cousins, L. o.and le'ol\l111C forming, will tune the.r i.'.tride. AC//L>O-I, ten year old: nd the
Anderson of Lawtey, was : were business visitors to Starke John Lewis. inn : dl>..ltJon By Many Poraonctta" elevruvn.r Next door to Steam Pressing! {,

a os visitor to Starke Mon- and Mrs. E. M. Johns spent I fonday, Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Definition and witter tree en the fluwi un.-< (Lithe .> o4: also of Atwood. Other --- --

afternoon In Jacksonvillewhere i --- ions, of Midway, spent Sunday last world. !''j oujrf muck ralaer 'who told to the o
- attended the Florlda- Tillman Alvarez, who has been here with her parent The niyhegt; priced Deaf fo'J {lit for lallway cum;>auy wets Albert Katnm 1
they the\ dining car of the Corn Ki.:n : 'xrn!' yarn. : roireat Foreman cigiiei :- =r
Roberts of Graham was Jlemson football game. pending/ the past two months at HayLewlsMr. Limited and the I' .....th V/eoUirn t..mItu'l : >. nncj.C. T. Iticr.on. Say it with Flo.
Shepperd Ray of "
I by tile Chicago; ft tlr..t" V J. E. la., and Miss Opal Lewis of .Brook. -a the grand/: ..vior.ir::: > rftbo c>( the quality of too otrt. are Flower For All
!!KE; FOLKS ItII : CorpeninaA.RE i iWe. er, were united In marriage Sun- 8tJU City Interne'ita iuj:' > uwlS'.ow. j : ...__. __,_ ______ ,
lay at the home of her parent, : a thlrtMn-montt-f-oli: Alei North Western: In eurcuraglaj; the Occasions I
Mr. and Mrs J. W. Lewis. They dccn: Aneua owned and rui"p-J bytwelv oullUul 'Urmera nioug the boo r.-

THANKFUU FOR. TH'S' -AND IF ANYONE were married by Elder J. J. Edwards -er-ola Ito.:. 1''rl'II' rll I liecmlly the members' of Sloe 4llLI'll -
t.r.wti.n. lowo. It frjujj'u; f.li.on : .!
Ga. All that I Gertrude Godbey
BET of Willie.
You .
BIRD GETS TUMMY CPI's a ou"cJ. Jt KUv. won l.t 11_ .. ''','.11ft e the boys and t Rlrl: are JI c.rcM5 ".
THANKSGIVING' we Po.'AT were present were Jrer sister and owner two .;ivct tup !>tl-.'iln8, ." Fred W. S.u,ent. pr".t- Anderson
r ACHE WE KNOW 1 Brothers. They left for Hlneavllle.a. I'h" reserve cbamplcn: ftrun.;!:. frun\ ( the! CI.ICOKO: ", ac North Western.,

WHERE TO GET > ., where they will make their lit the Sioux! city now, was a tore ''I\I r.. ,d. "provit that; the real, lutwnai.a I

w, A REMEDY CORPENING'S future home: They hare many ford owned 1 by: Ev.n And.tr>oir <>ri f.jir'ofnmr.l of HtfTlculturo ails |rn Phone 39 Waldo, Fla.
friends who will wish them much LTV: ton I :!:Lied intents* llcj aheaj of ,Slid cut ,

oRUG STORE lapplnesa.NB i ill the six prize Abcidcto A"QU": : lJe..lncJ us," ...

to c> AMKM: IJo:\T It.tTIKIKI: --
TIIKKK OTIIKIIH: KFK\TKD: : menta stood: -- _1./IIIo-, _. '.......... "iliagsrWauv.rSg. lusnmr oravwr ieiwwgar ,__.w ,
OF Cot1RSE'e ''
-- To raise the compensation of' HAROLD C. WALLINSURANCE t

Only one of the four proposed legislator; : For 24.323; against,I ,r
amendments to the state consltu- 33781.

lon was ratified by the voters on To provide for uniform char-

--. November 6. according to advices tare for municipalities: For, : ''
--- -
should be more Thanksgiving Days in the Corpening's Drug StoreSee from Tallahassee.The 176 ; against 33503. :13'-1'' 8TARKK, FLORID.i
amendment that won wan To provide for division of .

to it that you and each member of your "The Service Store" hat requiring 30 days publicationif ties Into school districts: nepre ..nt. the neat Leading Insurance Companies "

Iy are comfortable in a happy sanitary home ( the iiftentlon to Introduce any 23.163; against 35563. FIRE ACCIDENT. LIFE, AUTOMOBILE BOND. LIABILITY 1
Starke Fla. 'cal measure In the legislature. To provide for advertising of lo-|
drug store will help you. With some 60 counties report- cal bills. ; For, 31,371; against.I ADJUSTMENTS JIADK ITJOMPTLY

- .. it*. UM vote on the tour amend- .
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I I.' '''III' FRID\Y. \1.\ ,
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:, .':=:; :>:L .'- .'. '=:._-= =- .:_ .. :. ::;LC ::':::::. :'::;', Soil Sterilization ., loa "Mug House," Gainesville, -SI'KAV;: YOUNG IUUllITSW.Y TREES: : _.
.' .a. JUmp:

Fanners & Farming I(! Stops Damping-of f .....n..1 lhougb HUH not yet the gone Experiment"bug house Sta-," Gainesville, Fla.,One and a A, .OW to fila..

the letter and Its entomolo- and r
.t got ounces of lead arsenate one
Seedbed Mr. J. K. Watu .OB j n
In Tomato B.ut, or bug man half ounce of linseed oil mixed J .
.." wall able to supply the Lake ".I
(Agricultural Editor) with of water makes a
one quart -
xuiuy man with the information J.r.
-- -- .. Gainesville Fla.-In the preparation tie wanted. spray!: solution that will keep rab- ;;; : ;;
bits off of young citrus trees. Tills .
of seedbeds for tomatoes .
Farmers and Truckers Are Invited to Contribute Ar remedy was discovered by E. W. Wynlle rei'gltSj
and other vegetables Florida farmers Insects Are
tides of Farm Experiences and Methods Found; Many Berger entomologist of the State Author or PRACTICAL Aucrlp..' _.
should bear In mind that the I Plant Board. -- 1IIt'.
To lie Best Suited to Our Country only sure way of controlling the--1, I Beneficial to Mane This mixture not only keeps rab- : "' Lupytislt" 1923, Ly lloylc, Jr. ;:::

much dreaded damplng-off Is soil bits from eating the bark of the I

.;:;.= -:. sterilization, advises O. F. Weber, I FI;= young trees but also kills orange' ARTICLE No. SFlayers
; Insects
associate plant pathologist of th maybe dogs, grasshoppers and other ene- -- .. .
Suggestions for Reducing Florida Experiment: fetation. I helpful as well as harmful to mies of tender young foliage. This generally seem to have the of trick i 1d: ,, \,
The plant bed may be sterilizedby man, and It is not always the wise opinion that four-card suit bids are such 'airs hig),
preparation does not hurt the tree. wht1h ""j' *'
thing to kill them at sight unless different from suit bids where the suit cards I .. and i
of methods. The
Losses From Stem-End Rot either two ''I it la known that they are harmful, For putting on this mixture an contains five or more cards. Such an result of \.ji .10' :trt lk tike
solution ,
first method consists of a
atomizer is recommended, as a opinion is erroneous, of course. The in suits F 'm'naI10QlQj
J. It. Watson entomologist r "u ,
of formalin and water made ot says spray tank uses too much liquid. only difference between a four-card start to make. I b.... reas sn brio"
-- four pints of formalin and 50 gallons 'I of the Experiment Station. Atomizers such as are used for suit and a five-card suit is that the cards renic.. (311 suitida

By H. E. Steven, Senior Pathologist generally found In the coloring of water. This should be ap. t, For the past several months peo- spraying flIes about the house will small cards of the former will averageto average to |.i ,nut. ,nth I.
U. 8. I). A. Orlando, Fla. I have sent in specimens of a trick while the small 'JOe trick It
ple produce one the
rooms! will cause an unusual development plied at the rate of one gallon to do the work effectively, It Is stated same 11, ,,n
small insect for identification. It cards of the latter will produce two a fil'e0C41
each foot of soil surface. iOU Bl-t |II.|
square ',
of stem-end rot If the by Dr. Berger.
There has been considerable trick tricks mUIII OUr
solution I looks like a cross between a bag- t in high
fruit ia at all subject to this rot. The best way to apply the In making this spray, the lead For example, a four-card suit headed to '10" lhat I1\UII\ I
I loss this: season In many of the la with a common garden sprinkler. worm and a clothes moth. It makes arsenate should be mixed in the by the Ace-King will three suit justify, ,I .j I I\'l1h' file
average '
packing houses throughout the The temperature and humidity Wtlh this there Is little for Itself a flattened case covered .. you mt ; 'iiy'iLS'l,
way .
I water and then the linseed oil add tricks -two for the high cards and minimum In ? "
State' from stem-end rot of citrus should be carefully watched. Temperature danger of the water running to the with particles of sand and other ed. This remedy has been tried out one for the low cards. A suit of five four card SIM,'s one trick:: 'heo,,

IrulU. The trouble has not been should be kept below 90 : low places before It has bad timeto I dirt. The cases are about halt an by Professor J. R. Watson of the cards headed by the Ace-King, how For exampl!, \With

confined entirely to the packing settle. I Inch long and a quarter of an Inch Station and he Is rec- ever, will average to produce four four-curd sue I i. ,i"LL the 10
degrees V. and 80 degrees F. Experiment
or wide. From this case the Insect tricks -two for the Ace-King and hold the ,>, 1. )
houses, but large percentages of After the solution has been ap- mm -r ''II spa
I ommending it. ,
lower Is preferable. The humidity 1 puts out Its head and front feet two for the small cards. plain (bide: ,,,, ; |
v decay have been reported In the plied the surface of the soil shouldbe M n t ? "| 7
should run about 80 to 85 In other words there kinds I -Uk.e.
per are two( suit .
' I when it wishes to move about. Justib 10//, ,
1 early shipment on arrival at the thoroughly covered with a tar- JAP I'KHSIMMONH: lj tit!.

, ""j' r markets, which has caused a de- cent.Stove gas seems to have given; paulin, canvas, or burlap bag. The This insect seems to have no : ) 0.\ WILD STOCK: !-'" .
r cline in prices and demand for common ,names but goes under the Plain S
i t lees development of Stem-end Hot covering prevents too rap'd evaporation Four-Card Suit Holding: \ill'', ..
, ', ,1' Florida citrus fruits. dlslnfectatnt. The scientific name of Tlneola uterella. Fla. ilkhC
of the Gainesville, Japansese
. which: Is due to
probably better A 7 6
0 ,
j In order to get the fruit on the for at It belongs to the same family as be f I c'r.
covering should be left on persimmons may grafted or k l
ventilation In connection with the I K, Q, 10, 4. ,
t .
s I market In the bent condition possible use of thin gas, but the temperature least two days. After that It can "iOlh.es moths but Instead of eating budded on the native wild persimmon AJtO,6. ,>"k.w.1

I It must be handled with extra and humidity must be watched. be removed and the so'l stirred to rlotheq, this Insect feeds only on says Harold Mowry, aslsstantI K, C4, 2' On .I fr'ik:

I ; I rare from the tree through the Where theylene Is used hasten evaporation of the forma the remains of Insects in sp'der I horticulturist at the Experiment Ak32 \ it !;
gas '
I. packing house Into I ho loaded car. ventilation Is lin. Five days after the cover has i webt.: This insect Is a friend of I Station Grafting gives better re uik
I The fruit thin a necessary require (he housewife and should not be The above holdings! nre about the only strength .
1 crop season was ment. A charge of should be been removed and the soil stirred sults than budding! as a usual\ ou ?,? troj,
'I': not In the best condition for or gas; ''t will be ready for preparationof killed, Mr.. Watson declares. thing. nstiliable original four-card suits that plenty of ::1.i
given every six to eight hours witha noukl bo bid and then
only as Here ,
i dlnary handling. That within the Spiders are useful Insects be- Is i 1 i i .
''I# the seedbed. During the month of JanuaryIn 'a'
period of ventilation of one hour 'r B-cond ha nd. !If study this shows the ;
; r .storm area and that subjected to : The other method recommendeds aufaa they destroy a large numberof perhaps the best time oC to do abe! and follow the \ .'
to u half hour In between each rigidly require. suits in 01, ,"i i ;
' ; i high winds had been beaten and chal'Where/. the fruit shows 75 steam sterilization. This necesiltat.es I files, mosquitoes, and other nox- thin grafting; although/, It may be ments for high card tricks in plain and then It>"i ,,1> P '.

't 11 l f I rulsod. making/ It more misceptlblo !- to 80(I per cent color, It can be mov- the use of a steam boilerrf 'ous Inserts. The chief objection, done anytime during the dormant suits, you can bid four-tard suits with the other 'MI-I i i "tl.

"t'' ; I'!' to rots or olher Injuries that ed from the coloring rooms to the considerable capnc'ty and a rectangular from the standpoint of the house- season. An ordinary wl ip graft out petting into trouble. If, however, Such play is ,1'i .a\ .elil.m..t, \,

t' ; might occur In the ordinary handling door for finished coloring. galvanized Iron pan large wIfe, Is the untidy look'ng wegs should be used on small stuck, or you bid four-card suits without outside "stripping a lianu.

of the fruit In the coloring Trc'cooling aids materially in enough to cover a considerablearea ''in; the corner of the ceiling and u clef Brat us>-cl on larger stick.

,, rooms. We have! found that such keeping stem-end rot in check after but small enough to be mov- other such places.COMMOV. When the whip graft la used it in: Problem No. 5

weakened fruit Is more easily Injured ed four The should .. soilsi Hearts- K, 7, 6 2
the fruit is packed and it by men. pan ._ i iI. or'l''u.tly: p cod/ )J-.I: at h ,
by (the Ran' treatment either should be utilized on all lots show- have sides six to ten Inches high I -----:-- .' ;-f .e.JAl'AN1aE. Clubs- QJ,9, 6

I In the production of rots, or blem- ing any appreciable amount of with sharp edges, so that it can be I. RUlttl, : SENSE 1 1I .- Diamond*- K, 7,4
Spades- Q, J
lnhen, and marks the surface : ,scVISITIMJ;
on Inverted and pushed down Into the
stem-end rot In the | Dy Spuds Johnson Hearts 9 4
coloring pro- Q
of the I I IX FLORIDA Hearts-A. Id.
peel. soil. In this position It Is connected I Clubs 5, 3, 2 : Y : Club K 10'
With this In view the following cess.The fruit from some groves to the boiler by a rubber hoseso Diamonds }, 10, 8, 6, 5 : A B : Diamond '-A,,

.I J i suggestions are made for reducing shows a greater tendency to de- the steam from the boiler is DON'T CROUCH; GET BUSY Gainesville Fla.-Dr. Tyoraburo Spades-8, : Z : Spa e.-7,5

the percentage of rots and injury velop stem-end rot than others. Before discharged Into the inverted pan. AND FIND OUT WHY OTHER Tanaka. probably the world'sgreatest

I I to the lowest point ponslble. picking a grove that Is not The steam should be discharged : EXHIBITS'WON' OVEn YOURS living specialist on citrus ... Hearts- J, 8, 3
; Careful handling' and taxonomy and the classification of Clubs-A, 4
known, it will be advisable to Into pan until a potato of med-
and transporting the fruit to the ium size burled sx! Inches in the St Smith took some of his! best varieties, Is visiting in Florida this Diamonds2
make a preliminary test of few A K
packing house Is the Bret requirement boxes of frulf in the coloring a room soil is completey cooked. Then re- produce to the county fair, and be- week making at study of the cit- Spades 10, 9, 6, 4, 2Xo

Fruit that Is bruised, punc- before a general picking Is made. move the pan to another part of cause he did not win as many rus industry, with particular ref score, rubber frame. Z dealt, bid three spades and all panwd A opt*

tured by long stems or cllper cuts If the grove shows a large percentage the bed and repeat the process. prizes as he thought he ought to, erence to varieties. While in 'ack of diamonds which held the trick. He then led the ten which Ztnitr

will develop rote and blemlshen of decay developing: In the This method la more satisfactory he is sore at the fair and at exhl- Gainesville he made an address before ,,is own hand. How should Z now play the hand to make game' Solution

more easily than\ frulu that are than the formaldehyde method b't'ng and at everything In gen- the horticultural class in the next article.
tost boxes, have the fruit remain '
free from these. ''but Is considerably more expensive. College of Agriculture! ,
on the trees two or three weekRlonel' eral."SI
Most of the'trouble has develop .. j ," I said to him when I saw Dr. Tanaka is professor of hor- Answer to Problem No. 4

t ed through/ the use of the coloring "Ul'I HO L'i4L: Mint iJIVKS: that he was smarting under defeat ticulture at atwan Imperial University Hearts- Q, 9, 7, 2

procosn! and It Is here that greater Clearwater- Control of Clearwater IXQl'IKKU DKSII5KJ: RUTH "you are going at the thing in Japan, also director of Clubs-A, 10 9,2

precautions. must bu taken, than In Sun & Herald taken over by just >exactly wrong. Getting down the Tanaka citrus experiment sta- Diamonds K, 5

ordinary reasons. Fruits that Is Cleveland man. Gainesville, Fla.--So well known I! on the management of the fair and tion and has been recently appointed learis Spades- 7, 4, 2
-8, 4 Heart6. <
4 too green or Irmm lure Miould not Lake Worth-150.000 w'll be ''s' the College of Agriculture of the the judges and on exhibiting in by the Japanese government as. :iubs 8, 6 : Y : ('I/i. K ys! !

be colored even though/; It has just expended reconstructing Oakley Un verslty of Florida, and its general not going to help you to director of the newlyestablishedFormosa )iamonQJ.7,4 : A B : Di:1mr'ldJ'' ',

passed over the required test. The Theater, branches, the Experiment Station I grow better crops and raise bet- experiment station. Spades-A, J.., J. 8, 5 : Z : padeh \ti,9,3!

fruit should not remain longer Moore Haven--Work on h'gh- and Agricultural Extension Division tor livestock next year. The thing According to Dr. Tanaka, the

than 72 bourn In the coloring way from here northward toward that It has received and answered you should have done was to study !Med'tcrranean varieties of citrus, Hearts-A, K, J, 10,3

f 41 room. If It does not color during Sebring progressing. letters addressed In divers ) the winning: exhibits and see which are grown extensively inEurope Clubs-J, 7,4

tf this> period It should be left on the Oracevill .-Local buyer purchases and sundry ways. A Lake county wherein they excelled! yours, and and America, originated Diamonds, -A 6, 6, 2Spades10

trees. talk with the exhibitors and try from two Chinese varieties. Most ,
and ships $12,500 worth of : farmer provided the newest cog-I I

I Long expounre under, conditions peanuts up to recent date. lomen when he addressed a letter I try.to find out how. .they. produced___d of the citrus grown in Japan is No score, rubber game. Z won the bid have been stripped of spadeurmomU.
-- such a good product., in that way Satauma .oranges. at four hearts. A led the ace and kingof Only the club and hear

Td you might get some valuable pointers spades and then the queen of dia- are left Z should l non lead it-
hatZh Y G3 "3..a ,r' +l'v rn7 about how to do better your- Willis B. Powell, one of the monds which was won in Y's hand with of clubs and let B win the tr''(,

self next year.Attending most popular chamber of com- the king.. How should Z now play the the queen. No matter chat B
S a fairs and exhibitingat merce secretaries in the state has hand so that he can win four odd Y Z must win the balance of the
{ w S y; ww rn 7= ,1 r r i-r! ,tj' w4 f ft fairs mighty good things for been: selected to take charge of against any defense? If B leads a club, two of V'ldi

are the Eustls chamber of commercefor Solution: Z should take two rounds good, and Z's trumps will u.
farm people. Fairs have an educational of thus the other tricks If B leadiadu:
trumps, eliminating trump
the winter months. Mr. Pow-
: side, and this is especially suit in his opponents' hands. lie should Z should discard a club and i
; evident in community and county ell has! been residing at Indian then lead the ace of diamonds and in Y's hand with his last trim

z # fairs. However, to get the most Springs, Oa., for the past three follow with the six of diamonds, I,ump- both instances, therefore, Y Z

\ out of them It tp{ necessary for the years: after suffering a physical ing in Y'. hand with one of his two win the remaining tricks and tin<

visitor to study them. ire cant I breakdown, but is now restored to remaining trumps. Y should now lead score game and rubber. It u'

learn how to do better farmingby health and ready to work for Florida his last spade and trump in Z's hand pretty illustration of the elinc
again with one of his three remaining trumps.In play and should be studThree >
taking In midways. this way both Z's hand and Y's
Livestock judges usually explain
The cigar making Industry In
why they are awarding the ribbonsto
Tampa during October presented
certain animals In preference to
the most productive month in the
others A Interested in live
man history of the business In that city,
stock raising can listen closely and
figures from the custom and reve-
get some pretty good hints' from
nue departments The to-

them at times. tal'output of cigars, 69,819,380,
Almost farmer who raises
any and the total custom collections
winning products la glad to tel:
$321,207.94, largely collected
how he did it. He might give us
from duties Imposed on Imported
some hints that would help us to-
tobaccos established new records, wonderful comfort-
raise not only a winning exhibit new
says the Tampa Tribune. The
I Ir
w If
u f a but a better and more profitable
great Increase due to the I
was un-
!M'' I:s.. wouwum. Gr4y1, r ar, in
crop.The precedented withdrawal of tobacco factors not combined
grouch Is never a good loserin from warehouses.

'::1; ''e'1 n' : b.l'''; ''!nt.t-. : '; '''<:''':;1''T .J -' -;.:'--- anything. The man who loses at .
...--.::.. '": the fair should not grouch but get Plant City 'V.I>. Marley other automobile :

busy and nnd out why he lost, and wholesale and retail store on Dacr \' any

learn how to do better. ; : street renovated and repaired.
tdi .. -
I OW/i Mode eUctric GlirdrrdjurnBle} Wikfrol darirulrhulll '
,' iv r C frontJert unf t fer3a I

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Lttas pme- 1 hi.I F i

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A scat-ckctrtt :
new adjustable front

_E.atl 'LL 9LTJ MECHANICAL CONDITIONmeans windshield'iperwith two bbdcs-rear

a a lot to the grower: Every seats amply wide for three adults-

bag of Bradley's is in perfect mechanical style
'ft i .J nn+i..p. e.A..ea.... .,.,. unite to launch a new epoch
) U.I.rt.aQ..luA..,_-' ..-r..o" condition. A grade for every Bon
comfort any
r10.-lt !, :;:.s ob-r-I..OOL-\ J crop and every soil condition. Come performance. they ,

r ... .. .. .. ... in and discuss der that America is according it
I I 'J, .. ls Jo 1 .. :. &. J: -. your fertilizer problems
with us most enthusiastic reception ever gIt'Cany
,'Olt Tin: LOVr.U OF TilIICIIMIM not make a Colonial house, it lathe workable plan arrangement whIch .

: ,: ou COLONIAL general proportions, the roof includes with other essentials a fine car?

I j' I'.nes: the size and location of chimneys maid's room and bath. J. W. White & Son G. W. Roberts

(By R. C. Hunter & Uro. Archts., and such important basic ele-
New York.) meats combined with a proper netting Houses of this type must be set Dealers.

r For the lover of the genuine and, use of materials in a close to the ground, one or two Starke
old Colonial here Is a home that word the "spirit.: that counts. steps from the grade to the first BuickWITH

will offer Instant appeal. The replica herewith illustrated floor Is all that can be used. Authorized "A A QUALITY Fctillzer "

I, Taken from an old authentic Is genuine, It carries all of the This house measures thirty-

., model this house has all of the character and spirit of the original. eight feet across the front and :

j ear marks and the true character should have a lot with a frontage MASTERPIECE BODIBS BY 'ISHII

. f,' of the early Colonial home. The old houses need of course, of sixty feet.Complete Look for this ye. t li 1 I. yourguarantee

So many of our modern so called modern plans as the old layouts working plans and seal on the feck 4,4t YB.
; Colonial houses are not Colonial do not key in with modern ideas specifications of this house may bet of every bag c, w of quality REGISTER MOTOR

at all, they lack utterly the of living. obtained for a nominal sum from ;.

9 real spirit. A copy of an old doorway The architects have evolved for the building editor. Refer to "'-!

t : a cornice or other detail does this house is a moat practical and House A-171. we .<<., "........It.. Ar H.ltt... g-ld pill B.HJTPAlnJ



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NOV'EMHKU fit: 1O2S nilADFOltn COUNTY TKI.KCJICAril..: ST.I K1I. l-'I.OIilli l 1 "H' 1\VF.'II: ii/

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............. ........... I friends.Mr. I T Liqid'D ath H dld-Dail b ,j j
Cubs Air Mclvin Futch: and Miss Lou-
Bear Shipped by Express
yen : hoe Pitts of Lawtey were visiting Men Who Shoot OitHPOURING
MlK IVnrle Onlm-y Daring us U
friends hero last Sunday _

*>......+...*>.........+.. The Brook school boys basketball -
Prof. Wiggins of Rturke':; was team motored over to Melrose

attending to bustnesH' here lust (|last' Friday afternoon to play nn I
Thursday and Friday.Mr. I Interesting game of ball. They I t ........ ..

R. M. Gainey was a business were defeated but came buck home r.

1Ltt; ; visitor to Jacksonville last Friday.Mr. j with a happy heart. The score was ; .

w II. 1'. and L. R. Galney were ((21-6 in favor of Melrose. They I .
by Misses!
were accompanied over
transacting business In Jackson- I
\ Laura Newell' Josephine Chcuser.
ville last Wednexday.' rllldred\lorgltn and Lorena Green. !

Dr. 1<1. L. HlgKs of Slarke. wastransacting I Mr. Luthe Moody of Lacrosse.

business here last Mon was visiting! friends here last Friday .

ati day.Miss night. ,
S$? t' wvpwo Y Myrtle Wood a member of Mr. and !Mrs. A. J. Wasdln and

this school faculty spent the Mr. and Mrs LeUoy Wasdln, of

week-end in Alnchua with friends.Mr. tiraham, attended our 11. Y. P. U. j

Tom Markey was transacting last Sunday evening; I

: business In Starke last Friday Mrs. (,hesle)' Fogg; of Graham

Mr. Wood of Alnchua motored was visiting her daughter. Loolu, k

over here last Friday afternoon for here'last Monday afternoon. |

the purpose of carrying; home 1 his I Mrs. G. B. Colson and son, Res- {

daughter. Miss Myrtle Wood. :i ale Misses, Laura Newell, Annie
Mr. A. n. Surroncy was I transacting Ward and Lou I so Corrawoy were ,

business In Starke; last Mon transacting business In Gainesville I

last Saturday
and Mrs. M. F. Hazen of Rev. Moody of Lacrosse passed .Y

Hawthorne spent last week here through here last Saturday and I '
with friends and relatives. 'I I'f
Sunday on his way to Little Rock
Misses Thelma and (Hilda Sullivan church
Weest and Mr.
Catherine transact-
Mr. R. H. Green was
David Moore of Thereasa, were visiting ing;; business Jacksonville last f
here last Sunday afternoon.Mr. -

Billy Graham of Starke was Tuesday.Mr. and Mrs. Lee Green and children NITRO LIKE MIL"-

visiting friends here last Sunday. spent Sunday In Gainesville ) j II

Mi. J. II. Marshbiirn of Lake with friends and relatives.Mrs. CHICAGO-Moat hazardous job on

:: Butler has been attending to business Old Crawford and daughter earth! Is "shooting" oil wells. ti --...."" ....... ..- -
here for the past several I .
Ralford .
: Odessa and son, "Wells that spout rpontaneously B1OUGHT; IN"
days. relatives In Lake .
wAYOR Miss Annie Ward, a member ot were visiting; are ft'wo' according to a bulletin of (150.000 to drill. Great oil eompnn-
Butler last Saturday. Ice like Sinclair and Standard nunl-
the American Research Foundation.
the Maxvllle school faculty, spent Mr.! and Mrs. L. It. Galney and mliso the risk by their sclentlllc staffs

,7 x, the week-end here with friends daughter; Lois, and Mr. and Mrs Just made public here. of geologic experts and by their control -
M1ALKER o {k relatives.Mr. Oil nearly always Is found In someone
A and li. M. Gatney, were visiting relatives of largo areas of known producing
fcenter TVs Cue and Mrs. G. B. Colson in Jacksonville last Sunday of a variety' of geologic formations territories. In the vast operations
t a } Misses Louise Carrawny and Laura which It Is necessary to breakup of such big companies as din-
\ used to thin! that air was i teaCrArr6.Y Newell were visiting; In Maxvllle afternoon who har with an exploulve. Nitroglycerin clnlr. shooting one well Is incruly an
king one breathed ant thus Miss Verlle Thomas Is usually uned. It Is a liquid one Incident.
f Now 11 has become so I'mport- last Sunday afternoon. been spending: some time In Waldo of the most powerful explosives and "Often a hundred feet of the cylinders
Mr. and Mrs. I,. A. Brown and
today's late that the whole with friends and relatives returned la characterized by an extreme sen of nitro are sent down They
IBM oecome alr-mlnded. Mail. .cwt son. Alfred and K. M. lIazen were home last Sunday. sitiveness. may be exploded by dropping sit Si' 'I

hen and express ny by air:; the transacting business In Starke last Mr. Wall Crows of Waldo, was "Men daring enough to drive the Iron rod down on them, or perhaps

ports; aeroplanes and automo8it Monday. visiting friends and relatives here loads of the quivering liquid death with a detonating cap attachment.In .
carries messags Intaarll1\ !r,1 Mr. Frank Norman and MissesIris week. and to pour the perilous fluid gallon a well several thousand feet in
a the world; and In view of the McHae and Maths Norman for gallon, like milk Into the loon depth there may be no sign of the t
use. t.n which, \ It IB put. One Mr. and Mrs Wiley Hellt'Yani'' slender cans In whl c h at Is pure d ..v..nln-"a._. at 0est .vn_t s rum bt e
Ly m truth tbat Air Is King I and r-ns g'vrn the ky to the city press to Montreal Toronto Winnipeg I were visiting here last Sunday.Mr. children of New River were visiting Into the ptha'; a necessity' to and a slight iin-rth;; casing.;
C-rtrucle Edcrle. and as far west as Calgary. II. 1'. Galnpy, L. R. Galney, here last Sunday.Mr. the nation for It I after ;
ally a boor cub became airId like Byrcl. Tumcy. having Gasoline Then n nerve-rncltlng moment I
and Hew to New York from Lord Allinf.y! and many oi.ior How- Mayor Walker said: "Thanks to O.: W. Barry O. W. Colson, J. J. and Mrs.! Fred llazeu and automobiles. comes a rush of dry ens or saltuiter\ ,i itnllurenr

al l Jii the nrst dally Canadian tvcr. It lully lieid IU o'.v.i i.v a cait-b- Mayor IIovUo end to the Canadian" Morgan Gerald Adktns. Eugene; ch'ldren of Gainesville; spout last "To the well driller, the momentof -- a torrine: : bum ot gas I'i
liast cnncromen Fnclilc Fs: .way for the Canadian cub. Louis Shrlver U. W. tin u a ona. Tim rod ell that the clurriento
Air txprcs via Canadian Col- r.ty aad at twtn.-y Installed Stewart, Sunday here with friends: and rela- 'uhootlnir'! thrilling may tear
.Mrwayt as a present from His shot at It without burtlnj auytli.nj And according to the radio zen and Ralph Ilnzpn: were all hole may have coat from (33.000 to pieces." ,
Hall the bear the goodold lives
Cunillien floude. Mayor ot except Its feellusWlillo at City transacting business! In Starke last ,
i |p> J. ; the Canacltnn Pacific RnN: sons! "The Bear Went Over the Misses' Merrill and Rachel SII- --- "
tat Po i Ills of New Honor York. Mayor way still crosses the continent in Mountain, to See What Ha Could Monday cox of Starke, were visiting friendshere \voon.MiCIIHI.I: ': 11'l: :'LIN(1 ,\n\ I':II'l'I'IIHII-1'\: 'i'w
Major convention was
r. The n. Y. P. II.
8ee I'"And' -
company last Sunday.
rata, ,
received the cub with ma record time oy us express :
r cubs I'll he saw a mouthful I held here last Sunday and was represented ehll- Ktarkn, Florida.
and named It "Dugs by air not only carries bear say Mr. and Mrs L. I). Polk and Grove No. 278 Starke Woodmen
court. > from Mondeal toNew said a reporter as he looked out over by thirteen B. Y. P. U.'s Alachuu lust HIO.\Ui'' :[> PtlOI'OHAI.S" will I.., re-
.\1" the Bret bear coo toN ana. other exp.'ens dreii were visiting In Circle will meet at 7:30: oYloek.TiiPHday .
and York but it meets us ships far the vast throng which gave the little After the program was rendered itolVHtl by the llounl of County (''11111rulHHlo.rM -
York or anyWhere. Saturday. Nov. 27th. Avery
w evening
Canadian bear cub a moat friendly ;, for Ilrmlfunl, .
Rlmouskl County.Florliln
St. Lawrence at which was appreciated.
on 11'ou.' when it was refute down the they spread supper Mr. O. W. Harry and M. D. liar- Important meeting. All members -
mall and ex welcome. at their nlTloe' nt Hlurfcu.Florltlii .
tn delivering this service the
Hall and assists After ,
at New York City to business In
III roll were attending; urn urged to bo present. I 11..11110 o'clock. Motuliiy. f>..- A
afternoon service began at eight Alnchua last Saturday morning Lena Overmreet, Chm. Pub. iv in her :II, III2H mill' then opi-nml. for f
o'clock and the program was curried David and family thu cniiHl ruction nf an nililltloii to
Mr. Henry I IMelbfurneIiOOOO
the present c"'nnty Jail hnllilliiir) ..
Festival i [ to Rcvlrz on very nicely. The Brotherhood were visiting; his mother In Ala- bond issue bo built In ", ,,.rke. Florida' The
ncouvcr Sea Music : of Gainesville, motored over chim Sunday. voted for building approaches to work. Involved Inrluil.. the( fnrnlHli-, .

f' 1" "... and put on an Interesting; program. Mr. Tuck Andrews and< family I 1..1or construct nuittrlhl mil and complete Inlinr tiet'eMNaryto the workHiTtirdlnir
.Irl.7 ]
C..I.-.V cl Dixie highway bridge across
D-r-- Ir.ll1wr new
i L..f Mr. and Mrs It. W. Brannen : were visiting, friend and relatives to the plurm and sprcIileitIIons | -
r I and little daughter; Pauline, 01 Crime Creek I IJeI18C1.JeOflOn |prepared| toy l .lolin H. I'lvmun,
here Sunday .
Architect tlnlnitHVlllH' i"I..rlda.1'nniplele
Lake Butler spent Monday herewith bridge being set of plum and /1.! '
.. ..,"> 11. busl I llriitloiiH will I I I ho' fiirnlNliixl' upillriitlon -
.... -- her parents Mr. and Mrs. Plant u..ty-111,000 new repaired. on
...... -' Ivy '-" ,... : for.
"-::;;; fo the Arrhltvt.
-- r.- F- .'T I P. Oalney.11r. lies building will be erected at Milton- Rapid progreHH! being liliinn niiiHt. t lid "''"''" '''1I.\.t' \, de.! .
r"'S .r.l'. 'J. II. Kelley and son. Clyde, HulnoH and Palmer stroeta. made on (!lull Const high wily. I ni.Blt .:t f.l.OU, HUM half of: which: will: i ilie

1--___ ... -.-: _. ....- .....,..... "'.. -- --::::=---" ';' -;..- wore attending church Pilgrims University of Florida dedicator Tarpon Springs--Telephone Bervlco sperlflentinns| rtfunilirl', <.n provlilnil return, of they pinna lire and r<-

= .- .. iI.r,.,,-... tIt". .. -j:.!'t;< !'!II. \ :.... Rest In Columbia county last Sun new $100,000 radio broadcastInrstntlon between here and Tampa I inproved tinned liy the llrnn Ihu I contract. 'IHl
"r. by cutting over two new all I..t l nr within' 0 days after that time
.. 01' WRUF.
ll4.'i' ... 1' ; ,f ..z If not returned 1 wltliln tbs
...y:: !> ''" : day.Mr. plaiiM are
:,. ; and Mrs. Geo. Crews and Mr. 'Campa-Tampa Union Terminal! copper long dUtance trunk cir I shove IIw..llo".1| limn, the bidder. .

Crews of Lake to construct grapefruit cults. will forfnlt the ilrpoKlt. ,
and Mrs. Clyde Co., plans I
N P& MARINES; IMI iirenmpttnleil, I by
& WELL YE In Vancouver. at the Vnneouvci RotMfrm l'nch hid mast
.. Butler spent Sunday' here with canning'' and preserving plant tt I II Ttllfil) cheek for a per rent nt 1
The tti: (Is for the chcrr. t-< e. Jan 23 to 28. end It Is at oncea friends and relatives. coat $100,000 in Ybor K: tuary. Iho iiinoiint nf I the lild nul>mlttfil, t tIrawn
And gently 1.>low a lov'tlnt '''In'I. Relief From Curse to lh. order nf the llnnrd' of
lrt1 v i coon to-cli: !.(.. fci.tr.3i .'. meed and a compliment for this Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Warren of Mayo--Erection of new additionto I Ci.iinlv 1'o n,Iii lssluners fur lirndronlCniinly
boy.. I great port faring the broad Pacific. Waldo, spent Sunday here with; Lafayette high school noun Of Constipation Htiirkn Florida. The mir
And leave ti* >"'--'" -v"V a I t.: :].:,-. OKMHfiil bidder will lix required| 1 1furnlMh ii>
uv.irlnq these four day will 09 friends and relatives. completion.
Pow nteaJy sna acru..". .a loud provldnil hy a HurvtyINnnpHiiy
The way 1 It Is l..nl.; t-r'd the: finest music Inspired oj Miss Mary Mary Mott spent part Groveland--Local post office A Ilttttlo Crook physician nay, iiiith'.rlxifl' tti do. hnalne".i, i
the sea from the time of the "VIS'rig: 1 In the Ktutt. of Florida for 1 the full
So bend to your osr of last week In Gainesville with overhauled and remodeled. "Constipation U renpoimlbla for amount of the ontrnrt.
t And join in cur tone- do.vn to the ptesent duy. The programs friends and relatives Perry--Turner Mercantile Co., more misery tllIllany other All blue must IIH dollvrred tn Inn r
Rcw we!'. Row wr'. arranged by Harold' EustaceKey. MI' Russell Reddish and Paul branch store here. fhirk of Ihs llfinrd of County "'011'IIIIHlOlon..l'8. -
Row well Marine. director of Canada's major mu- opens cnlllle. for Ifradford County wt
yc etc festivals, will recapture the lull:! Hicks, of Hellbronn Springs, spent Jacksonville Windsor Hotel But Immediate relief bun been the Court HOIIHH In Hlark, lo'lorhl.l.Irhr 1r

A welcome voice/ Is h.l1in flavor of the chanties which having Sunday afternoon hero with will be Improved, in near future. found. A tablet called Rexall Or- plillnlv' to the mnrknil time. s"TIK,-t forth>i'UMAI.itlmvn l AMI.and I l

Give answer mates with a i-i-ry passed. their youth In sailing shipsof _. denies attracts water from the system : \till O.V: TIIM AIMIITKIN TU TIIM
cheer. the seven seas now find a haven Into the lazy dry evacuating I CIIITNTY' JAM IHMI,1)IN(1.- llrcrtid ..

Our Full sturdy soon the strokes harbour pre'lIn"f.wi'l: ;s.,-ar. for their old age In concert hall auJ Road to Health Is Path to Beauty bowel called the colon., The waiter .i : Hoard, at Htarkn ttt County, Florliln.Tht ; CommlMMlnnrn I

Then speed her with ikill. schoolroom. Two groups of son tw'll loooenH the dry food waste and for lirndforil, Cuunly, Florliln.. rOl"
The waters arc still be presented In stage settings World Famous Charm serves the right to accept or reject
Our strokes are directed "The Order of Ocod Cheer," Incorporating Says Expert caiiHen a gentle, thorough movement allY and, all bUlM. rirelved. n
With right good will. old French chanties of Acadia I without forming a habit or TIIM IIOAHIt tlF COUNTY CO.M- Y
Row well. Ron. ....II. harmonized: by Dr. Healey Wills ot I 4- ever Increasing the done. CtUNTV, 1<'r.OlllJA. y
Row well ye Mariners. the Toronto Conservatory; and "On ? Stop suffering from constipation. Chulrrnan, L bills U. TI IL!., .
the Deep. Deep Sea:" Introducing famous Attest II. W. A 1.IJI'lIl MAN, '
Chew Hexiill Orderlle- at
From ENGLISH MELODIES from the deep water chanties arranged t* 1 I'lurk.
13th to the 18th Centuries." night. Next day bright. net 24 Architect JOHN F. MEH8ON,
and staged by Capt. Frederick William
z.r. Halrtl lIu I ItJl n 11I',
J. M. DENT & SONS. Wallace. for 25c today at the nearest Ilex- Uul"e.yUle, Flurldn. r

Distinguished singers. One Instrumentalist all Drug Store. .- ll-2-Bt-11-91.. .
y and well-trained choir*

as naturally to the will appear at the nightly concert
sea music' come. NOTICE: TO COVTHACTOHSHnl
mariner as lullabies to a mother ana In the Vancouver Hotel. The singers COFFINS & CASKETSand
Is so Infectious. It Include John Ooss. famous English ..
because Its spirit bills will b received by the
comes naturally because the sea baritone; Jeanne Duaseau. Can Hoard of hand Trustees of llrudford a Full Line of
o.oeaatV lightens the sailor's work and: ada's great lyric' soprano late of the County Florida, at the orllrn nf the
chanty the very beginning 01 Chicago Opera; Finlay Campbell Ottawa secretary of HIM/ Hoard at "Htnrko.Fin. Undertakers' Supplies '
because from until o'clock ceml r
10 a. >
navigation It has fostered teamworkand baritone familiar with Hebrl- 4, li2a, and: at time: ;'I'Jicfe; npwnml
good feeling among seamen. But dean sea-songs; Marlon Copp. rising for 18.78 sires of clearing and Kruliblnir AUTOMOBILE HEARSB
lea passed away with young contralto of Vancouver; Pow on Road No. II Kxt. .b .twc.n
the sailor chant baritone Head No. N and Itoarl Ni. 4. Al.sn .. ._.. The bNs .nv1.1 t
Danish with
theseamen's Bal. a
the sailing ships. They were reper- All I work to IIA clone In nrnnrftdnc'Mwith si th* ,I..... prl.Mk Hi>*c.al W'
working cborusea whose tory ot Viking songs; and OI yeas the iiM'lloatlonH,, of iIri ford tvntlnH to t.I...."" .rrf.n.ItGCISTBKKD "
utility declined when steam crowdedthe Paquin. French-Canadian basso, with I aY County HpHclflcutlonM may bit noun : CMBAUfX*
canvas-driven craft from the ..". songs of the voyagcurs of New Franc at the ulltf of the county e..ltln..r.
IliI There still remains a great and large- Other are the Hart House Quartet. I OYY a kiaac % w "v 4e. 4Fr hlrltrJJI.Is reserved to reject any pEWITT C. JONES + d
of sea music Canada's most famous group of Instrumentalist I
I ly ungathered R. 8. MATTHKWS.Chairman, STARKE FLA.xTtQC&Jag7lffOfGr10ClGCJoGfpw.
r'II If Me cull for a ...n. 0' the .... which today Is remembered only by *; the Vancouver Scottish > ._N" nUp ---o
b b.**. the capstan round. of clipper ship days. Orchestra the Filipino Orchestraof C. A. FUTCH.Hecretary .
[ a''r"." hear. boo for th. wind Is But grizzled as these sailors old salts are bothered' the liner Empress of Russia the '='4'CII. !". '.urn=GWMgNU 11.9-it-11.30

"'.hor' a..rP| and her helm's' ..1.*. by falling memories, the tunes and North Vancouver Choral Society ana yr" -
'nab for the homeward IOllbert's the words they can still remember I three interesting'group" organized by NEW YOn--Klck up your heels """7 ier A
yea recorded soon If they are to Miss Ethel Bassln-a chorus of 260 to make face beautiful. :
dll- must be your
cheap tailor
led al a second trombone could be preserved for the future. Tale Vancouver children -Sea-Scout Heighten the gloss of your hair We can cticrfle your
rumble the beat and the swing constitutes the real significance of,: chorus of 30( voices and a choir of with dally bending excrclae YES 8 HRS

i r*aging of-the sea-simply because: the forthcoming Sea MUSIC Festival I II Hebrldeaa Fisher Boy. Wave that your schoolgirl arms: In complexion.For the air to.preserve t STORAGE BATTERY (In I

>*. I Florida derives 704347.019 annually rhythmic exercises, according r
........ end In Jacksonville. I '
......... : I to that world famous authority on .
; i Mrs. J. S. Rosier was the guest I from natural resources. beauty. Mm. Helena RUbinstein. of
: (Mn. ... A, lioaler Cor.) ., I of her daughter. Mrs. J. !M. Rosier | Davenport-Holly Hill Fruit I London. Paris, and New York whose
Products Inc., opens new plant establishments. for glorifying womanhood Smith's Garage ftI ;
I..................... at Woodlawn Sunday with capacity for handling 8 car girdle the globe are the foundation fY' 1I10AHCJ -
lr- Mf. and Mrs. A. B. Rosier and I loads fruit dally. of health -and ''without It I
and Mrs. J lIrtl'.OfA .
n. E. Lee and .
" sons, spent the week-end here with Palmetto--Prospects bright for there can be no beauty RU9f/vSTLIPt
"""ell. "An automobile mechanic cannot
spent the week-end oil well here.SluartDlxle. I -
' With' Mrs. Hester Sapp. make an old car a* good as new to their normal activity are the foundation -
Mrs. Lee' parents Mr. Roy and Calvin Morgan of Glen highway widenedto merely by painting the fender ana of Iovellr.I ...." I
5lrl! 62 feet at bridge In vicinity of
t A. Pringle. i were the week-end adding a shiny hood. said Mme. Ru Mm*. Rubinstein believes that II

Ir.. Maggie Forayth and chll- I St. Mary of their parents. Mr. and Stuart gas well. binstein. In an address before a groupof ; I I were Venus on the Job today she J.D VI I S & C0aY'
'. Lucille guests Morgan.Mr. Tampa-Two new playgrounds cosmeticians her. "Nor can a would be kicking' her' heel In the *,,' '
and Eugene spent Mrs. W. M. Starling with recreation facilities will be beauty expert renovate a worn-ou, with the rest of those who aspire to

-eelt-tind In Jacksonrllle. the and Mrs. Ralford with opened here Nov. 15. woman Just by lifting! ; her cheeks, I be beautiful. Charm she point out. r.
.t! of her and daughter spent Volusla-Road conditions Im- tinting her hair or adding a cupld's, Is more then skin deep !
dens daughter, Mrs. Roy Mrs. Starling's parents Mr. and proved between Astor Bridge and bow to her sagging Up.*. I "Orac of movement" added Mme INSURANCE
Mrs. John GrI ls. "To restore beauty to a woman Rubinstein "is a* essential to a general
D. Peele was a business Tlsl- Mr. and Mrs. L. Orlffls of Starke Barbervllle. who ha lost her look or allowedher ensemble of beauty a. a well- I i
Jacksonrllle Saturday. week-end here with rela- Tallahassee-Erection of new charm to become rusted from turned: ankle or a face Into which
Ir. and Mrs. James Rosier and spent the jail In this) city under discussion. disuse. the tpectallat must fallow the 'I the llliulcn of youth and beauty ha AGENCY ESTABLISHED 18 86STARKE

reqa. tires. Tallahassee--$7.500 new Oiling routine of the mechanic' and begin been cosmetized.! Even the slightest! '
spent .
Sunday In Island
:'. the Garden-Bert Roper will station will be built for Pan-Am with the enslne. Rythmfe exerci- trace of ulIneee! or' swkwsrdn* de- "
its. I\lr guest of Mrs. Hosier'sM ( Winter plant on 'farm Pertoleum Corporation on Northiliioroa which both strengthen the musclr. arose" the picture of feminine per fectOD. FLA. 1 f
and Mr. Sykes. locate new dairy of the body sad rtotora n.y'.a organ ." .I
" McClellan of here. street. I __:.=7 .'
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Bradford WITH THE 'RAGGERS ers headquarters Magnolia Hotel, seem to be the chief attrac- of acrr. : 9.1.t
Telegraph I "
_ County I tion, as the crowd of scribblers steadily grew from Sunday tru( 11111 I I'' u:.

Established! 1877 Sunday and :Monday were the days set aside for the hon- morning to the big event of Monday evening, when more than ford II \ J ". ,"" "P-.

est-to-goodness birthday party of the Florida Pa-RAG-raph / 150 gathered around the board to enjoy the spread and listen Blt.rtli .." I-.t.(

Published Weekly <:n Fridays and Entered as Second Class ers at Leesburg the city/in which the scribblers' associationwas to the ragging of the new members by Gilbert Leach. MayorW. 'water 1\110\\ II ",, 'to

Matter at the Post Office at Starlte, FloridaE. formed one year ago. Gilbert Leach editor of the Lees- A. McKenzie welcomed the visitors and W. M.\ Pepper Jr., land ). ''sing
S. Matthews ____ _Owner and PublisherJ. burg Morning Commercial and Ivy Clough Johnson associate of the Gainesville Sun acted as toastmaster. Thirty words was of v ]
loul> '.lop
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C. Robinson- .._ Managing Editor editor, specializing on "Florida What Nots," are jointly responsible the limit of each speaker. the 0111. I ,J: 1'1'',, r (rQ
-. .. ___ m' for foisting the organization of PaRAGraphersand I ford 1\ n],j, road
SUBSCRIPTION HATE their "annual" meetings on the unfortunate towns selected Thus ended two perfect days spent in "The City Withouta East points JI \ "Ii r'q f'Jorldl roG'

Yearly, $1.50; Six Months 7 Payable in Advance each and every quarter. Slump." With the clock hands pointing' to a quarter past ten rou;'", '1 .IJj'' ".\\'noo.;

and Starke 100 miles away this Pa-RAG-rapher dashed to his Mlltoi '-
Advertising Hates on Application. room threw his extra pair of socks in the and headed ,''I"'j I rngreuTarpn ,
grip out. | made on ", I ,
. Leesburg is a beautiful little city and worthy of its j.t high
A sign the inside of the door read Have yu ,
I on : "Stop you left r.
gan "The City without a Slump. Some wag crossed the "I" vice bens ,, "'!'""M'proved '
We can all be thankful next Thursday. anything?" The invitation was too strong; and the remainingtowel 11 I i I" dod
and made one of the signs read "The City Without Stump. 1 It, ,,,,'I fie two!
.I and cake of followed the socks. "'.r
coap copper l lFLORID,.
found Our local business man Fred Stump who was in business atone .. .A......._ i" d"h'e! .bn..
will have it.
When better weather is Florida time in Leesburg said that was done when he sold out -

I'' 0-- there. Anyway there's no Stump or stumps in that live the private agencies. The state, _._,--,
, however has not yet reached the --
i ; Don't forget the Red Cross. Your dollar is needed. town. I From Other Pens I level of permitting unofficial citizens -

, t I'i i o to collect the state's real and }

11. Gainesville Sun's fair edition last Sunday was a hummer. No city in Florida can boast of more magnificent public personal taxes for a considerationthe
consideration to be addedto THEATRE
" ""I //1 ---0- buildings than Leesburg. The new high school building is a Anyway Bradford county remained the tax and substracted from

I r work of art the hall occupies entire block' the grounds In the Democratic column. the pocketbook of the humble Mon.
{I'' Avon Park gets the next meeting of the Pa-RAG-raphers. ; city an tax- Tues", and JJ
Starke Telegraph. Ssh! Mr. payer.-PEB. In Tampatrlb. Someof
sloping down to a miniature lake on one side where colored
o find that out.- these days the legislature will On fit \1
11 Hoover's liable to "
(tmpor I u
lights play at night on spray thrown from the fountain. This lay the last straw on the back S"I.l I .
. 1! 6 h Details are being worked! out for Starke's new city hall. Miami: Beach Sun. of It ItM"
il lake and park surrounding were at one time an eyesore, the o- the auto owner and then the whole

--0.t ---- marshy center with its scrub growth beamingly being incapable Tpdoy's Best; Democrats and 1 system of levying auto tolls will ;\,, !

#;1 t .1 Not many private citizens can use a battleship to go fish- of any transformation. / Republicans are like twin be Bcriipped.Ooala- Star .,: ) ,
I' batles.'I'I e. :\ '
ing. You no sooner get one Twenty-one counties In Florida ,, \ l\
.J f// I the other wet.-Ivy Clough financed I \ \
onejs practically all of
I! r 0qI Original excuses;; for not being present were sent in by \. T. .
qI Jolmsoil in Loonburft'Commerclul.We : nine l major road nnll'bridge proJects II. '.I"y.I.'I\: :
.1' Young maids and older maids have five weeks left of this those unavoidably detained. "Jiggs and Maggie" headlinersof -0- contracted tho state during I(.. ; 't; \'
leap year. the:: Tarpon Springs Leader troupe, wired, in part: "Nine of aro going to Ilulford this the first nine months of 1928, it II '... ;..;.. .;- "- :
I week, but only for one day. If It has been revealed by the State \ "X-.. .
our fourteen small children clown with
the sheriff at
1 ''I I 0 croup; were Chattahoochee, we might not Road Department officials The I I :,
i"" News of the flappers will 1 soon bo carried under the heading 1 1I front door, wolf at back." If the wire was a bid for sympathy l II get back.--Tampa Tribune. That's work Involved! an expenditure_ 'of '| 'i aTi

: Facts." they failed to get it; the consensus of opinion being that a I''what you get for becoming BO excited 1-1,992,250., and was for 5,820 feet j jof j'
I {! .Dare over polJt( .-Sanford Ilerild. bridges and 462.20 miles of Hk
I couple with fourteen children and no windows in the house I II] I ; Kt
, -- 0t highway.. The twentyone"counties .
t headline in leservecl to be jailed. | --0I are Franklin. Gulf. Leon. Bnv. Jefferson t ..:. ,1 .
: "Fine baby born at home of Cork people" -
t t M Somebody was telling us that OkalpOHa, Clay, Union, Osreola "
l'' Plant City Courier. I Congressman Green's private sec- Collier; Lake Palm Beach. r' '
41 And those who could not withstand the lure of the lakes retary's name Is Simmons, so we Bradford, Kscambla, Polk Gads-

name. were chaperoned by no less a personage than (say it slowly) suppose that some, day we will geta den, Holmes, Suwannee, Hlllsbor- '
There's nothing to a Gallop and Trot compose a Otto Cisky, the champion bass fighter of the lake region. Good letter from him signed "fireeii ough, Levy and Alachua. Some of
I. firm in Louisville. per Simmons."-c. b t. In Ocala the counties'were benefitted by
plumbing luck and the climate had its effect on 'em all and before the Star. more than one contract. One
0 fish dinner was anywhere near ready they were calling the I 0- bridge project will cost more thana
booze. It's after Lake The verdict of''Florida! voters million dollars, and Is 4,430 feet
Tampa police are warring on hip county champion Lotsa Whisky with utmost gravity. "
was "Keep Howey in the Hills. long. It stretches across the Ca-
leaving the hip pocket trouble begins. 1 -Gainesville Sun. There are hills loosahatchle 'river In Lee county.

0.- Opie Reid ,the celebrated humorist spending the winterat In Leon as well as In Lake Howey I Road work Included every class of
may go to the hills of Leon In construction from paving, gradingand
Mail your Christmas! gifts early. It gives the recipientsa Howey-in-the-Hills is the Grand Pa-RAG-rapher of the 1933, if the Democrats do not take grubbing down to the placingof

chance to send them to someone else. organization, being elected to this office at the organizationmeet last week's lesson to heart.-Palm guard rails. Possibly no state

-0---- in Lee burr one short year ago. He told the Rangers Beach Independent. in the South can show as much ,
0- road and bridge building In the
"I The secret's out at last. A macaroni mill burned in Tampa upon their arrival at Howey-in-the-UHls! that "Newspaperwork There Is indeed something in a i same length of time.-Times-Un
is largely! a matter of faith." Pa-RAG-raphers should name. When oysters are spoken lon t!
last! week. And we thought it on trees.
grew have this saying printed on a neat little card, with appropriate of one immediately thinks of Ap-- -0-- Mill. 2.V.-.O; : ewdng; '
, -0 alachtcola. Strawberries bring Grading of state highway 28,
, border, and mail to each of their creditors
they become memories of Starke aril Plant iPalatka-Lake City short route, Is
"Shorten Them," editorial headline in Tampa Times, I unduly insistent for something to apply on account. Opie Reid City. Of course everyone knows the completed, and hard-surfacing of I Thw'sdayand.Fric

dealing with long political campaigns and not skirts I is grand old man, and the Pa RAG-raphers feel honored in Celery Clty.-Tlmes-Unlon. And the road is expected to begin Charles) Farrell a
I don't forget DeLand of delight.DuLand .- shortly, says the Starke Telegraph.
0.- having his name on the membership list.
News. This Is one of the Important westto I Greta/ :\ i.vsen
Some of the exchanges have finally discovered that the -0I -- east roads of Florida and traverses -

I\ voters were responsible for the results of last election. Willis Powell, who retired a few months from 'I/otIll'/ It Yoiirm'lf a number of the best agricul-
asro has added SaturdayLILLIAN
Nobody ever up tural counties of the state. It goes
o Chamber of Commerce work in Florida and moved to his home The value of a smile; for a distance of twenty-one milesin iISH<

I at Indian Springs, Georgia, could not We know how much a dollar's Bradford county, where some of
While some towns are investigating the low price of gaso- stay away from Florida. ii.,

line others\ are kicking about the high price they have to pay. He is now up to his old tricks at Eustis and with his wife were And worth how much, Is a mile; South the best Is to strawberry be found.land The In road the "THE WUiffGAINESVILI

guests of the Pa-RAG-raphers at the banquet Monday eve We know the distance to the sun, taps a part of Florida that has not

other ning. One thing is certain about Powell his ability is what The size and weight of earth; heretofore had adequate transportation !
Fellow having trouble keeping on the sidewalk the
But no one here con tell just facilities/ and
it is
I \ expectedthat
day said he had eaten so much yeast he couldn't steer his feet. I makes him one of the most sought after men for publicity How much a smile is worth-Un when It Is finished thousands --.-.-.-.--
I i work and not his good ( ?) looks. known. --------
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Bootleggers must be wet if headlines mean anything. don't have many chances to
Thomas, who is steering the publicity ship for Lees- "I told but
say you so. we hope
Tampa Tribune scarehead reads "Police Mop Up Bootleggers.
burg left nothing undone for the comfort and entertainmentof everybody noticed that the Chicago Buy good fresh heavy load smokeless shell!!!

r.I' o the Pa-RAG-raphers. From the time the scribblers arrived the negro republican who ran ticket for was congresson elect- shipped direst from factory at low cash price]

First quart of strawberries on the Plant City market until "30" was announced by the "beautiful", but "wise" Chief ed and the St. Louis negro who

brought 125. Five or six million quarts at that figure wouldbe Ragger Ivy Clough Johnson at the close of the banquet ran on the democratic ticket DeWitt C. Jones

worthwhile change. Thomas was busy providing for them. He succeeded, but the against feated.-Fort Congressman Myers Dyer Tropical was de

0 effort put a new line of gray through_ his.. n lock_____ -New- ,-_- U... A r>TVMr, A T>TT"FodderInThe&<
1 l1aYi rr L lYL
Times-Union wants to know what has become of the "ex- # III y Bradenton Herald o says turkeysare I i--- _. ,......,... -.- ------

l' pert" political writers. They have gone back to writing ad- ICJ, columnist for the Leesburg Commercial is authority cheaper this year, as last yearit

vice to the farmers. for the saying that the name "Helena Run" was given a local required the turning In of a six

o stream because its runs one way for a while then like a woman ryltnder sedan as a down payment,
changes its mind and and this year you can almost get
runs the other No better description
The state press is indebted to the Dixie County News for of way. one outright for a four cylinder
ICJ unanimously re-elected Chief Ragger with roadster.--Bradford County Tele-
the interesting information that in India the only kind of .-..- :"--r". >
" and without her husband's consent, can be found than that graph. And we still Insist that the .-.;::>. ,.. -. -. -- -<<. -
wrapping is the newspaperetaoincmfwyetaoicnmfwy- birds falling oft ==---. -
paper given by John Temple Graves II "the are In price, If -B
I I beautiful and wise col- in =
not weight.Bradenton Herald. -
peta. "
umnist. Both attributes are needed by the leader of any -,- -- :-: ; : / 4

o-- gang as disreputable and disrespectful as the Pa-RAG- Watch your numbers. We've 1- )

;l Snuff-dipping seems to be almost as popular as cigarette raphers. just read that a woman telephonedtho i ._ "' ... '4
hardware store for some bottle 7 !t"fr \. /
smoking, if government figures showing an increase from two rapi and got the wrong number ... ., -,
i thousand ton in 18SO to twenty thousand tons in 1923! prove Then there is Gilbert!: Leach, the man who has succeeded at with the result the police station [ t3
anything. what few answered with a couple of 1 1cops.
newspaper men in the state
were capable of doing The woman happened to be ''t ..,, .
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o -Iceep one of the best dailies, in the state going in a town as mak'ng home brew nnd the cops (;... .. .,- '

mall, beg pardon, as large Leesb'ir ."rrebtrd her and took her to Jail. ..., ;:.. .., : JlI'--:.,
as II'/J
Tampa Times is authority for the statement that the new :: :?: Opie Reid pays I -1p"... ".' ,,.'
Leach the Moral: De sure you have the right ,
car bodies are full of curves. A dilapidated old Ford Sunday compliment of issuing the best: daily paper in the number then make yourself .! ,,,,:. -. .

had more curves to the square inch of its single seat than any United States and he is a good judge of new papcrS'. known.-Wanchula Advocate. I -- -.- --....---"-,-'"--' .
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new twin-six limousine. I
Drove We have met the enemy and
through almost solid
a fifty miles of
-n orange groves they have gobbled us up. The ,
to Orlando. The trip is worth taking for that sight alone, with IIlnto! / do now Is for all hands to ; ock""When
The New Year resolution for Bradford
county strawberry the trees bending under the heavy load of fruit. Fruit work take: thunder to make the .1
growers: To put up an honest quart of berries in every cup; yet cull) oranges were marked 40 cents dozen everywhere boasted Republican prosperity i a
a in
to treat the buyers and ultimate reality. Let's make the next four g
consumers as fairly as we lando. Our or-I
marketing system 13 a wonderful affair. Fruit years the best In the history of '
f rt would want to be treated. truck can be purchased cheaper 200 miles away than at the' Starke and Bradford county. g the frost is on the punkin and' the

a grove or farm. Starke Telegraph. The enemy will few{
fodder's find a j
have to work Just as hard as we in the shock, farmers
To even things up, men might follow the advice of the New do. Political victories pay no groc- crop-
grains of into a
Jersey medical professor and alter their costumes to allow Howey-in-the-Hills is still "sitting on top of the World." ery bills.-Palm Beach Independent. corn have multiplied

bare necks arms shoulders and legs. They could, but they As the bus halts on the crest of a hill, mere words cannot de- --(\-- When the grey fringes men's hair they

won't-because they lack nerve. scriba the scene spread out before the eye. One hill after another Tho editor of the Tribune (exclusive can find themselves independent with interest

o--- in every direction, their slopes covered with and of this col.) went on a .
grapefruit trees loaded with orange (pleasure) trip to the Florida: pen. dollars if they have saved money.An
Tampa Tribune's editor voluntarily went to Raiford fol- f olden fruit. In lines as perfect I at nalford Thurs. but did not
as a line of troops drawn up for inspection their stay there much early start is best.
lowing the election and received the surprise of his life when ranks cross longerthan a
one hill after another until they with millionaire oil man would Ef.
merge the horizon. '
Superintendent Blitch refused to keep him there. Must have You
ride some of our readers to
can all ,
day without
been because the steel cells were already filled With other crossing the same spot twice and you send us there have to date (Nov.I I

Tampans. will still be within the Howey properties. Had Florida voters 9)) been fruitless We approve j Bradford County Bank

elected Wm. J. Howey as governor of this state, they would the new strong "buildings at Hoo-
" 0--- have placed in the rayford and dlssaprove the parole j
governor's chair
one of the ablest business Strollgho1dSTARKE
system feeling that the 1 Bradford
Thomasville Ga. pen is County's Financial
( ) Times-Enterprise figures the
to be
pecan men found within
our borders. Men with business mightier than the word.-P. E. B.
crop in that section at 250000.: And dqwn in Florida it will) ability can better serve the needs of this state than politicians in Tampa Tribune. FLA.
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I' average at least a quarter of a million.-Times-Union. A with long tongues and empty heads. o

t" quarter million evidently sounds bigger to the Florida editor .. I 1 business The auto of license the state tax of collection Florida j

t i than $250,000. The banquet held Monday evening at the Pa-RAG-raph- will be farmed out again this

rear, with commissions granted to

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