Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 7, 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: UF00027795:02362
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"State c "I".II..It.n"III"I/ I'oriiiall.vCVrtitlrs Asking j St. Petersburg, Nov. 2 .-Mrs. M. I'arljtftt UllUil I
Fk: -e-lion of Vnrlc.unMicreHsful Rebecca Elizabeth Farmer, aged, t bile Accident' Mo mho.Gainesville ltoiut-4 .ppr| | oved for l'ciunt., > Oltlciiila -

+11AM At<|>iriuitM .\tuc'C.t'ut : .Count I Work 1'wxlflat Moore AcquittedOf Taking Oltlcc In t
I-llh' C -H to let 62, 217 Fifth avenue northeast
Election: Dec. 4.- -P. M. Pad ,Innnnry.The .
Illgltuny Ortlrr.Tallahassee. heart attack early Sunday -
died of a gett, of Palmetto and well known Crews' Death

Forida's primary and general Nov. 29. -Following night, brought on, It In belie hel'c1.." Instantly killed In an board of county commissioner
election of 1928 became a closed ied, by a minor accident that occurred 'i I of Bradford county. Florida.
the of ''
quickly opening a In
/ accident yesterday
upon automobile Following H trial luHttiiK throe met, 'In
.t book\ today as the state canvassing Hoa: I the city pier. regular session !Monday
bids at the State Department on
board formally certified the election Palmetto, according to u report dH.v in circuit court for Union I December! :3rd 1928 I :! lit 10 1I''lock
for bridge and highway projects I in
!; According to police reports! n
of the \-urlou successful as: several sections of Florida, Just received hero last night. The accident county Maxle !Moore\ <, charged with n. m.. with all member present.
pirants. "' held the department has issued a cur driven by Mrs. C. K. O'Nell, orc'urrpclilhont o'clock.. the murder of Miles! Crews on nt follows: Louts 1 H I. Hill chairman ,
north I In born In Walterboro ; J. (I. Crews, J. I..
The board ordered\ the certification :328 Fourteenth street Mr 1'iultiett was Underhlll, :
work be :
call for other bids for lo March 17(1)( of (this year, was found 1.1I
of the 'fbllofclng1: which :Mm, Farmer her mother S. C., and was 41! yearn L. R. Gnlney and G J. W. Illnson.
done roads In eight other counties. I
United Slates Senator Park t was! riding, collided with a cur old. He gismo to Gainesville, along not guilty by Ihe jury und lie was Hoard took recess until 1.1:10 I :: :

Trammel!, Lakeland Florida. driven by Olive !Metis. G56 Sixth with his brother the lau J. H.I'lidKilt llKcbarKed. The Jury reached u I out of reaper 1 for Henry S. Adklnn,

Spread Joy t J Health ScalaMarriage Governor, Doyle K.: Carlton, The latest bid ell was made re-j avenue north The police accident I when, he was 15 anti l he- derlelouVedneaday night.; Moore, brother of circuit Judge A, Z. Ad-
\V ith Christmas Tampa. '? turn u Me December 11. The (', \ book record shows that the ONe ame nwaoi-lated with him In the j kill". ._
ties, Involved are Alachua. !. g I was represented by Secretary of stale II. Clay Crawford car swung to the right to pawn the Unpt-ntlne\ buslneHH He later went Board met pursuant to adjournment ;
Wakulla Stiirke,,
site, Hamilton. Leon Hnlli Bryan
comptroller, I Ernest Amos: with other cur which was Dialled, and Into business for himself on 1 the was with all members present a* ,; ,
attorney general Fred 11. Davis; Walton Duval and Citrus trout and rear bumpers locked. east coast. Since then!' he lived n placed under arrest following I the follows: Louis II. Hill, chairman (
commissioner of agriculture, Nathan Walton gating!; two projects.The Olive Menz, driver of t the other short time In Luke butler before, death of Crews from polsouod Ha J. G. Crews J. L Underhill L. R;. i j
Mayo:' superintendent\ of public work to be done will I car, today denied reports that she moving I to Palmetto.l nor was not placed ou trial I, no Galiiey and G. W. Illnvon.!

Instruction W. S. Cawthon; all from clearing, grubbing grading 'failed to stop after the accident. The body will be brought here evidence being to connect her with Minutes< of lust meeting read'and .4
re-elected without opposition; and and drainage to resurfacing paving I She said that she ascertained front tonight and, will lie In state at the the crime. approved

W. V. Knott, state treasurer re- already laid. whiccontracts ; a man occupant, of the other cur home of his nephew R. L,. Black, Crews death on March 17th was Petition of Primus Miller to bo "
elected. The bids just opened, ; whom she thought was Mr. O'netl, on Kust University avenue. Funeral caimed by "strychnine, truces of the placed on the pauper, roll was laid
O Supreme court, L. A. Strum and are expected to be let I that no one was. injured. He seemed services will be held In Luke', poison being found In his "stomach over until next meeting Sc,

I Armstead Brown, re-elected. shortly, called for the construction satisfied, and she continued on Butler and will he burled ulnngslde when examined by a chemist. It Petition of !Mrs. Mary Prevatt 'X

Didn't Take Congress, first district II. J. of two links of the Old Spanish of her way, the wbman said. Later the body of his daughter who died was charged that !\fool'V'Iave to be placed on the pauper roll wall i

''erberi Piukoaon of Gainesville, Drane Lakeland second district, Trail, the building of portions the the O'Nell car followed her up the some time ago. Crews drink containing the poison continued by request) of Commissioner 'i
hew of Sheriff!!: Plnkoson, and K. A. Green, Starke; third die other Important roads over various I I'pier, and an argument started relative He was a member of the Methodist from which he died (three hours J. I. Underhlll. ''

4 Geraldine Jenkins, who has trict. Tom A. Yon, Tallahassee; state, and the placing ot to the accident: It was durIng church.Mr. later, Ruth Bryan being with Petition for Mrs Master Grim
her parts of bridges over several rivers according; to reports Padgett Is survived by his Moore at the time. The Bryan
a staying with grandpar- and fourth district, Mrs. Rut] South Florida this argument to be placed on the pauper roll ,y
canals in
i ia Gainesville, drove to the I Bryan Owen, Miami. Mr. Yon had' that Mrs.! .Farmer was widow four daughters Henrietta woman was arrested In Jackfton- was laid over until next meeting sl
ntry home of Judge Gardiner I no opposition. Project' 1.115..1The stricken. The J> W Wllheim ambulance Connie Dona and Rlrdle, by one vllle at the home of relatives and by request of Commissioner J. t. j

;aday night and were united Iirrlage The board also officially recorded projects for which bids have was called, but Mrs. Farmer son. John Padgett all of Palmetto Moore surrendered ItO Sheriff] !!: Underhill t

by the judge, following I the vote for presidential electors just been called for December 11, died on the wa1 to the hospi' ; by one brother, Col.! J. G. Pad Branuen at Lake Butler The matter of 'fixing! trice for j

rnatlve\ answer by both of them and that for and against the' are: tal.IlKs! M9n& reported the accident gett, of Walterboro; by three sisters C'Ol'. 'T'Ol'UT. county agent laid! over until next i
to their being twenty-one years four proposed constitutional Road No. 14, Alachua county, to the police Mrs. It. 13. Blnck of Jasper; IXK'KKT: meeting. IJ c'

tft. Mr. Broward Stricklandd amendments.All from Gainesville to the Putnam Mrs. Farmer was the widow of Mrs. K. I). Bennett of Hollyhlll, Charley Dell- The following bonds wero approved ,

Miss Pearl Dees of Starke, ac- those elected to state office county line, aproxlmately 16.77 A. Farmer, owner of the Farmer S. C., and Mrs Mnllle Lucas, t of plead nut petit larceny. ; : \'

panled the young couple and were Democrats. miles in length. Contemplated' Concrete works, who died a year Walterboro. S. C.; by a sister-in- M. J. SI1 guilty Irlal another Dec, llth. James T. Moore, member ofschool t. :

tucked the ceremony. Immed- Florida lime rock base, surface. ago. She hud been a resident of law Mrs. Carrie Padgett; of Gainesville cut timber pp; trial, procuring Dec lltlL to board district No. 1. '' I

ely after the marriage Mr. ands ('h AS. HERBERT: : IMtlKST: treated. the city for 26 years. She was a and three nephews, It. i L. Casey Adklnson N. D. Wainwright, Jr., Justice of '
Pinkoson drove to Jackson- Road 5-A, Lafayette county, member of the Baptist church Black, Cuthbert Padxett-ancl Ilan desertion audIInnSUPPOI.t Peace, district t<;o. 2.1; \

;ie to the home of the bride's. Chas. Herbert Priest, 34, former from Branford to Mayo, approximately Survivors Include three tons. K. ford Pudgelt und one niece, Mr!!. Male's ; case referred, I to W. Rpperson.; sheriff. ,

!bet. who, when informed of resident of Starke and Hampton 17.75 miles in length. Contemplated D. Farmer president of the Farmer John Powell, all of Gainesville. Jim attorney.Manning Jeo.. A. Gardiner county judge. f I In.

marriage took charge of her died Friday, Dec. 2nd, after a work, Florida lime rock (Concrete wocks; II. W. Farmer possession Intoxicating : W. Alderman, clerk of circuit .\ ,
lueliter and ordered the husband short Illness. For the past several base surface treated. ,'K 415 Fourteenth avenue north Palmetto, Dec. 4. I'. M. Pad liquor; plead! Kullty, ISO court.C. 'w '

I the r} 'finises. Accompanied by months he was employed as bridge Road 50, Hamilton county from and Webster J\\ Farmer. 10: 217' get well known citizen of Palmetto and Basil costa Mcltue or 90,days A. Knight, (county tax: collector. j '
I bride the mother drove toIrkt tender ou the new Shands bridge the Suwannee river to Road No Filth avenue north ; three daughters living with his family on I the currying, metallic ( i

Tuesday and after inter- east of Green Cove Springs. He 2, approximately I 6.23! miles in : !Mrs. C. .... O'Nell, Mrs. ":dna corner of Myrtle und WHIM turrets, knoucks without license/ ; 'plead K. \\'. Hayes, county tux assess r1 J i;:;\
guilty 125 and
|nine Judge Gardiner and tell I was born In Clay county, son of] length. Contemplated work, Florida Jackson and Mrs. F. L. Rider, allof was fatally hurt yesterday" ulternooii ] ; rusts >or'JO($( cluys.Waller or. 1

her daughter was only 16 Charles and Delia Prevatt Priest lime rock base surface treat this city; a brother II. H. Mann about 4:10: : o'clock! In mi uuloinoblls Franklin, c.Ol1cellledWf'I1.IIIIIIS H, C. Wall supervisor of registration. ,'l
would take and sister \Mrs wreck Just south of Itru ; plead utility,' nix .month, .
ran t age stated she Funeral arrangements$ were In ed. of Jacksonville; ; a hard labor .
'mediate steps to have the mar- charge of DeWItt C. Jones, Interment Road No. 10. Leon und Waukullu J. A. Rowen JackHonvllle! and five salon, near Ives' Jelly Factory.; ; ut Cullle Thomas profanity Drew Reddish,, county commix. ;,

( ,innulled. being In the Prevatt cemetery couiit.ea;: from Tallahassee: to Rrundch'ldreii! it)' A. "'armel'Iar\ About 7 o'clock yesterday morning open : ; slower, dlet net No. j!.''
plead 'costs
Saturday ufternoou. the Wakulla river, approximately ivln Jackson Charles Rider, Hope he phoned bin wife from ItrnIt'Uton guilty $10 und or 30 J. (i. Clews. county comtnlHslonr. -

The ,\lCrkull ural Ajcnt i 10.55. miles In length. Contemplated ["?aarnleraud DotieJane Farmer alii ( that ho had to go lo Sara days CalHA Thmmse-ltwmirh''nrie'6d1\ ,district No. 2. v
Ii annual report Mr. Thos., j UaOln'I''IS: : work Florida lime rork ot this city and a niece Mrs. R. J.McCutheou role nn business und would not bo J. L. Underhlll, county oommluMloner. -
Iii.I ; i. nlmker. county agrlcultur- bum-, surface treated, and about' : able to get buck In lime for the lery: ; dlHinlxMed upon payment of district No, 3. iM
had the following to say three miles of grading. will he field tomorrow meal, und the next t news I oats stud prosecutor withdrawing ...
I agiwl Margaret A. l Davis, 80, a resident Funeral services noonday churKe.W. 11. \. Illnxou county commissioner. 1,1.
I II.! I'-legrnph! : "There is only j of Graham for many years,, (toad No. (110, Walton county afternoon ut 3 o'clock! at' Mrs Padgett hud of him was Unit district No. 4. 1:';
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to Glendale The (OpnonilhoHpllul VII 1111 preleiido:
IMUHI published In the county last Funeral from DeFunlak Springs lOndlc-ott Funeral bottle boiihi in the llrndtmlnn R. T. commissioner '
died at her home Friday. the t '" OHlecn' county 'It..
I lo circuit court $GOO ""nd.l.el'ny .
p,I weekly The county agent services were held. Saturday approximately 9.81 miles irrenglit funerul party will Ie/lYe .tnmol'l'lIW filially hurt. She was dlHtrlct No. 5.
< ,,)p.',al section for extension I at the homo followed by burial at Contemplated work, clearIng night for Sill rke, Fla., where burIal ultemiliiK the meet lug! of the Won! McNniil!, embezzlement ; J. II. Lowery, countable districtNo. i"

< .d 1 articles of agriculture Sunta Fe cemetery. DeWIU C. grubbing grading, drainage will take place. Lie's/ MlHHlonary Society ut the plead guilty. $100 and costs or six I.

l' ihe editor has offered!!: Jones, mortician In charge structures and sand clay surface ------- \del holIl1t church when not illeiltad niontliH.Knorh II. H. !May, Hcliool hoard, district I.
: auMiiuIt and
Kelly, battery
Il1> Bui the county agent has Road No. HO, Walton\ county oho" Immediately went to the No. 2.
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r' t i ulegi' and Is requested by the future they will he garbed in from Glendale to the Alabama Henry S. hotipltal and stayed at I the bedside ;; trial DM1.lib.MILS. A. B. Kurreiu-y, school hoard '

',hllll' ,! to send In at any time the latest fashion plates Issuing state line approximately 9.32 milesIn Death ot her husband until he panned M. A. l U.\\ IS district No. 3. .
tr ,irtiiii' or articles relating to from style headquarters at the length. Contemplated work,, Claimed By away about tt:30.: A. J. GrllllH county "Riipterliiteii- I r.

'.' "''M-k'' all carried on by this of- state prison farm it was announc- clearing, grubbing, grading drainage Mr. Padgett was driving; aloneIn Friends und relatives of !Mrs font of public InstructionL. ;I

", in agriculture and extension. Wednesday.. A number of suits structures and Hand clay sur Henry S. Adklnn. age f 8, patmed his SttKlehuker Huduu when (Ihe' Murguret Ann Davis, were saddened II. Hill, bond trustee, district r'
uch'> .."k the editor uses most of' of varying sizes to accommodate face. Saturday night after an Illness accident occurred.!' The only ylt- Sundiiy morning. Dec. 2, when No. 1. "' *\

"" ntormatlon put out In the Ag- both large and small prisoners Road No. 4, Duval county, from away of ten days dututlon. DeH, us fur us Is known, wan Rev.J. (he death ungel entered and. look J, If. Ultch, !bond trustee' dlHtrlct '. .

'u\t\ lira I News Service published have been )placed (In the city jail, Ilayard to Mandarin, approximately The deceased with }his wife, cameo S. NorrlH, u Ituptlnt preacher, her awuy. She was horn In South l No. 2. '

Hi "'llege of Agriculture. The awaiting their first wearers. The six miles In length, contemplated Starke frnro Miami, a short who lives near the jelly factory, Carolina, May 13, 1849, and wan 10. Matthews! !bond trustee. i 1'1, 1

op'rntion of the local newspa-j city does not guarantee form-IH- work, resurfacing existing pave while ago to.t'ltlI9t1/'IUld; had an and he wan working In his Kurden married I there to John llufford DiivU district No. 3. I

." I.i all that one could wish In llng garments, the Issue being ment. apartment at' ((he liOu. \e'ot Mrs. Anna at the time lie eluted lhat ho and came to Waldo with herb Ovid Huynes bond trustee, dinIrlct .
tcniiB agriculture, and It is I the Road No. 15, Citrus county, crash and looked up uxt :
made on the flrut-come, flrst-serv Murrhee.v Iteal'lllhe : u band 40 years ugo, and lived No.4.
,''I'1' ''It the county agent to try ed plan, the late comers to take from Homosa'ssa to Ihe Hernando Funeral services were held In time to see Mr. 1'lI
tr-, < in the paper each week what's left. To make up for any county line, approximately 7.99miles Monday morningat* ten o'clock at clear of the cur. being/ thrown In they moved to Grulium, living here. I No. 6. ,:

n> iiM.-ie. of local Interest In n.g11 lack of fit, however, all the suits In length. Contemplated the Methodist church with Rev. such a manner us to appear us Ifhe until deal h. She wan a membnr of Report of county judge; und In- f1

'! or extension work." are made up of imported stripes, work clearing, grubbing, gradingand Colenian. of th*,' Vint Christian was diving. He landed on lilt the Methodist church und lived uChrlHtlaii tipuctor of marks and brands received -

< guaranteed not to run when attached drainage structures. church ot'Palnlka In charge: astilHl- head 011 the hard uHphitlt pays- life always willing to do Report of county Judge, or-
tI"IM", .lnl..1 Tag AgentMargaret canning
"! to a ball and chainTcxim ;uoiuiV.KMI: ; ) (IF'Itlllpl'iltlMFN7'S ed by Rev. K. M. Rooks, pastor of ment. fracturing his skull, what HUH right; and loved by nil del'all1t'oI/ while the report of Inspector -
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Long has recelv- -- Following death two hours later and brand ordered -
-- roi local Methodist church. his who knew her. of marks
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'ilipolnlment automobile Hulk Minion Here Mr. Padgett I
as HTAMMICI IIAHKKTMGrowers : : the service the funeral cortege showed that She was taken to St. Vincent'shospital held for correction!
t itiutlng' agent for Brad- The fifth bulk station to be built proceeded to Sapp cemetery, evidently I lost control of his cargoing In June to ,ba! treated, but In HIM mutter of nddllloii to

': "nity and will maintain an in Starke for handling oils and baskets which New River, where liiteremnt It : off Ihe road Into the ditch rue ot no good. Hliu has been county Jail building the following/
who near
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''I I the Peek Realty office.n IH to be in C. the right Hide of the road .stud rtw..lve.lall.1 openixTBldx ::
gasoline expected operation Ihe standard container under the direction of DeWItt ou under the doctor's euro ever since, bids were
't' be on sale from Decem- shortly after the holiday, the are 11lf'ltalunder of 1928 should disposesuch JOIIOB, mortician, was made In the that he wu endeavoring! to bring until God culled' here uwuy. She of Smith & ThonipKort for

r :," 'I i on. Those owning curs Texas Comapny being the last totter act baskets before Nov. 1, family plot.Pallbearers. It back Into the road when It turned stares to mourn her death one the sum of $UOOO.00.
I of
*- with defective titles are here. Location) of the station States department were :W. .1. Rpper-: over. The right rear tire wasartly daughter Mrs, Annie K. Ward Bid of Muddox ,Foundry Machine -
I rt l ," Miss Long to nee her at has not been decided upon, 1929, the United has announced U.V.. Alderman and O. A. rolli'd off the rim and the of Iruhuin ; six: grand-children, Company of Archer Flu.. for
of agriculture son
i,, M l have the matter stralght- nor has any Information as to who connection with regulations Gardiner of Ktarke and Harney tube blew out, which evidently Mrs. K. Strickland and !Mrs. Carl ha sum or $0198.OS.!
,''4 in order to secure the will have charge of It has been I in administration of the act. Cone, B. Kerre and John Crews, of canned the cur to turn over, which Jones of Grulium ; H. II. Aiiltman Tho board of oiiiity "mmIH.I -
"' covering
'' without delay. For 192! given out. 011 companies operating act applies to baskets Inboth Lake Duller.Henldes It did about three times, accordInn of Nichols. Mrs Volley McKinney I loners after carefully {consider\ <
S "i. .iiors will be orange and I bulk stations In Starke now arethe and Interstate com- his widow, Mrs. Alice to Mr. Norris Pmmersby picked ot Sampson (City. and John Ward the bids. stud( considering tho fact
Ille intrastate
i i.i! Florida will be the only Standard Oil Company, Sin- are advised bythe Adkins, who has been critically up the unc'onHclous\ body of Mr. of Graham, the other one being that the architects estimate wa.
"t t' Growers
"'' ",! '. c tags carrying this col- clair, Pan-American! and Gulf He- merce.department to regulate their III I, those surviving are, three sons, Padgett, and rushed him to the dead; 13 great: grand-children; undone $8,000.00 of $2500.00 before ha

I"1 'miiiimilon. This branch office flnlng Company. so that all non-standard Imer Adkins, of New York ; C. II. hospital, where everything pOKslblu sister, Mrs. W. B. Blakely of wan. requested to draw plans and
-- tags to anyone, regard- purchases will be disposed of before Adkins of Miami, and Col. J. C. was done to save him, but to no Anderson, S. C., and a host of udvertiHO for bids unanimously decided .
4 I li baskets
the '/< regaining
'heir residence although AolrcpVltli without
Adkins, of Gainesville; two daughters avail, he dying relatives there. : to reject all bids. The boardof
"If home county will receive the R. F. and F. M. McDavid of the the date standard net. container act fixes Mesdame D. S. Davie Miami, consciousness. Ills skull was found She was laid to rest at Hantu Fe county commissioners then decided .

"Pet irwdit.... Miss Long added Cooler Pond section, Alachua The for hampers, round 1 and H. M. KIndall, of Wilmington, to bo fractured and he was otherwise cemetery, DeWItt C. Jones, mortician to re-idvertise for bids to be
t'Ii wrecker -
'one rule to be strictly en- held In the coun- bruised. Illglgns
county, are being baskets and splint baskets N C.; three sisters, Mrs. Lizzie badly In charge received up to 10:00: o'clock a. m.. ,
fed ifc that requiring! cash orrtlfl..d ty jail charged with transporting stave and vegetables, and for Townxend, Palatka; Mrs. T. II. brought the Studebaker In findIng on Monday, the 7th day of January I

"heck before the tag will liquor, their trial being set fornext for fruits It defines the Willis, Palatka, and Mrs. J. W.Carlton It on Its side and torn almost been 60 years of age had he lived A. D.I 1929, and thereby determine
lri>lled. were arrested other purposes. being a total wreck. until Jan. 31st. He married Miss
Tuesday. and round stave of Jacksonville; two broths to pieces, !! I If the tentative estimate
!!: and Deputy standard hampers Funeral Home prepared -I Emma Connor of Holly Hill H. considered
I 'PI1"1' by Sheriff Epperson fruits and vegetables Judge A. Z. Adkins, Starke, Wakeman of the architects would be
Hatlon for
SolvrB TranHM basket
> found asleep Intheir body for shipment toI.ake 1 moved to Lake Butler
Baisden when Aveandchildren the C., they future bidder.
of Hampton; by any
! T" following capacities: and J. E. Adkins
1 "iiat lengths those deprived car parked on the highway to be of the onefourth J. C. Adkins, Jr., Butler, Fla, It going on the 'soon after their wedding;, and mak'Inlt The board then adjourned until 'I

thfl '. of their limbs will go In Monday night near the railroad One-eighth one-and-one-fourth bushel, bushels Margaret Elizabeth Adkins, of 10:40: Atlantic Coast Line train that town their home until first Monday In January, 1929. ..
I1etfoto, i overcome the" handicap Starke and bushel, this mOl'nlnbelog/ accompanied Palmetto. Besides hhlwidoW'
creasing between bushels andtwo Gainesville and Dorrey Dorothy out of here moving to O. W. Alderman, Clerk. '
M Illustrated. last week when a Hampton. A search of the car revealed y, one-and-one-half of Miami.HKALTII : by a nephew of Mr. [ ( ', he leaves five chlldren- .
'""trill;. stopped for lunch In five gallons of moonshine. bushels. For the purposes ofthe and Alice Davis,s Padgett, Hansford Padgett: of John, Misses Henrietta, Connie!', I\J flUCI: IN .\l'TH ACVIDKNT: '

ark' (' A motorcycle with a side- act a bushel standard dry M'KHK IX HTARKK Gainesville, who came In last night Dona and Bertie-one brother and I j

find ,'ontrols re-arranged where liter Hunter Return measure, ban a capacity of 2150.- In a car with another nephew Lucas two sisters In South Carolina andone John F. Murphy, traveling sales.

'I r 'mid be used from the slde'r The party of hunters to Dixie 42 cubic Inches. fruitsand Miss Sarah Richards of theState : Black, a prominent businessman sister In Jasper Fla., to man let this territory for the Standard .
o' *a employed. The back of county returned to Starke last Standard splint basket for shall Hoard of Health under the of the University city, they mourn his passing. All the Immediate Oil Company, suffered a broken
ai I'as hinged where It would Wednesday night having the unusuallY vegetables, under the act supervision bureau of Child Hygiene arriving about midnight A larltebox family were living athome I arm and several deep' cut asrellt1t a

(** r'! I 01 the top and drop down. good luck of bagging three be the four-quart basket, eight- and public health nursing, : of beautiful flowers, mute here with him with the exception of an automobile accident

18 ole backed his machine up deer, one going to the guide forthe quart basket, 12-quart basket, 16quart arrived In Starke Wednesday andwill testimonials of the friendship ofmany of Miss Connie who was four miles south of Gainesville oi.- r,

' 'Ir'.. 'iirblng dropped the rear party, and two of the Starke basket, 24-quart basket, and spend several weeks here Inthe was also shipped, by express. at the State College for Women asa the Ocala road Monday night at

*' \'n and formed a bridge hunters, 1C. C. Wall and O. L.Haynes 32-quart basket, standard dry Interest of this work. The family left In a car with !Mr. senior student, and John, who 830.A heavy grey car struck bin

!r ii,t'a! "heel chair to the sIde- killing one each. The remaining measure having a capacity of 67.7cubic A series of Infant and preschool Black for Lake Butler, where Mr.Padgett was working In Birmingham Ala. Chrysler coupe. throwing It IntIthe >.

*'* When he had finished his members of the partywere Inches. conferences, the dates ofthese and his family lived until They were notified last night and railing of a bridge and turned

'*I ."" wheeled his chair back Messrs. T. S. Williams andJ. NOTI'i'; to be announced later and three and a half years ago, whenthey went direct to Lake Butler today. over, pinning him beneath the

10 '. sidecar, closed the door by J. Truby of Starke and W. K. mld-wlCa classes will be given byMiss moved to Palmetto, andwhere Mr. Padgett was a Mason and anElk wreckage. The driver of the othel"car

*"n*L,>' a rope, and was off. Torode of LawteY. There will be preaching. at Saxton Richards. a baby daughter was laid torest and was a member of the did not stop to see what darnage -.

*rw :; Church Sunday afternoon. December Miss Richards Is located at thehome a few years ago. Funeral Methodist church. His untimely had been, done. Passing motor.lata .
I ''n Suits fur' CUty Prisonersutead Moving to New QuartemWith 9th, at three-thirty o'clock of Mrs. William Norris at ,will take place In Methodist church death has caused sorrow to a host : pulled Murphy from beneath t

of furnishing.prisoners, final touches to equipment by Rev. J. 0. Emerson, pastor' the Hughes house on South Walnut there tomorrow morning.Mr. / of friends all over the state, whose the machine and brought him tQtbe
,*ed< on the city,streets In lieu completed Wednesday., moving of the Lawtey Methodist church. Everybody street and those wlshlnc to seeher Padgettwaa born In .W.ltersboro { sincere sympathy toes out to the Gainesville hospital for treat.

,.'i.ails aging and the blue fln* work Imposed.shirts with Jn (Concluded on page 8.) Invited to attend. t will find her at that address. I S. C.,. and would have bereaved family. ment. ... .



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.. . . .. dei>p contrast to th.- green grass !gut somewhere. And there arc i I '

that covered the gridiron. I more Si ruth, Ralph ('ox. Bill Har- J .
Fell, John James Rooks, Howard Her full of
Then the whistle and the game; cargo. countless
I Miner Ben Sternbl>rg. and others wealth

was on, Moore kicked: to Wild- who have worked hard all season Ut joy and hope and human health

BRADFORD wood's forty-two yard line, and j and should round Into big form by 7lP

the half received the kick-off but next year. They are all linesmen.

was downed In his tracks (after a Merrill McMillan: ought to be eligible -

High School Journal forty yard run ) by Brownlee and !! by next year and should add \ \\t''

Graham fleet guard! of the Tor to the strength of guard or tackle

i nado. Now the Bradford boys settled position.So I \\
Buy Christmas
down fighting for every twenty you see things don't look so Seals

u. I yards Wlldwood made each bad. If the boys can keep the .Id!
m time they carried the ball. The I Bradford spirit worked up and I n Fight TuberculosisCome

HTL'DKNTS: : I.XJOe.TJOX: Bradford's dramatic talent. game became Inip and tuck affair work hard, the Tornadoes should

Miss Elizabeth Andrews, was Bradford getting; the ball af- become much more satisfactory to I h '

The students were given their the leading lady, while Nolan Ca- ter each touchdown that Wild wood Coach Ray and B. II. S. I

:first vacation of the term last week made. At the end of the half the --
Ruth and Paul
nova, Sternberg,
when in observance of Thanksgiving Knight had major roles. The reporters score was twenty to 0. During the ........................ I
Intermission Coach Hay .
Bradford cloned her doors chorus and all dancing fl'antkal-I -
from Wednesday to the following ,choruses were made up! of high ly in the tried team.to get At some the beglnng of the I : HAMPTONMl :
Ad. JVlmmo. (
students.All 'r
b Monday, quite a few students ylsltI I half the boys took the field with a I IBy
ed Jacksonville on Thanksgiving, of the young people played determination to win and for a ....................e Aboard !
their parts well, and contributedIn .
of the latest
destruction -
the ,
to view quarter they held the scoring Mr. Gorden Weest has been vis-
large to the
a measure success
victim of the Florida Gators, off and added 11:
where they left
their time 'at[ the play. iting friends and relatives at The- ELIZABETH COLE tional Tuberculosis Associationhas spring the InbPI'I.. ; (Is ...
but the majority spent made In
the 20 they
to V'j h
more points ressa. He was engaged In huntingand been enlarged from five states, tions will comlu, .
in hunting TOlN.tfllF:4: .\HK: 1KMVXKl the first half, and the whistle blew, fishing' while there. FLYING smoothly over the spray who In 1904 actively worked to- nosls Campaign \\'Ii,.) rul\: ,. J"

i The Tuesday before an unher- : > IN I/AHT (i.MK: the game was then adjourned to Mr. Callis Manning has recently waves, the ship of healthis gether against tuberculosis, to for. "Early Discovery, th tel: :

alded holiday arrived because of the famous Hollywood Cafe; here Bold his barber shop on Main coming into port. Full sail, with ty-eight states with antituberculosis Let Your Doctor D %,!O'er,
the flooding of the boiler by some Wlldwood's terrible hurricane I we give n. H. S. the decision. street to J. P. Greenway. Mr pennants floating against the blue associations. Affiliated with December, durii, >

one who evidently considered tha.tthe blew over the Tornado of Bradford They may not be so hot on the GI'eenway Is doing a rushing busi- sky, she is homeward bound with the states there are today 1,400 as- Christmas seal < i ,,,east'1

thing to do. It Is hoped that 111 last Friday afternoon in the Held, but they can't be beat whenit ness here. lie has added another her cargo of priceless treasure. On sociations and societies throughout liclty. campaign it I .1. 4 CI.
will ""I 1, ,,
when ,
the guilty one reason's last game by the score of comes to stacking food away. chair to his equipment, and em- her mainsail la' the emblem of her the country. There are now SOS teach the publi"> M,

not prove to be a high school student 31-0. no dope being spilled. V.'e We want to call your attention ployed Mr. C. G. Manalre to assist: successful trIp-the double-barred sanatoria and hospitals with 72,723 sickness prevent u i \. ,ltMr(0',. ,

If so, we certainly do not won't discuss the score but will get to the wonderful record we made cross. She is a Roman galleon and I beds for tuberculosis patients Ill the work of the a i 'In(

wish to claim him a representative down to the finer points of the kicking points after touchdowns. him.The many friends of Mr. C. H her oarsmen may not rest In their the United States. In 1901 there greatly aided b>' th, "Iatiolll., ,

of Bradford. There Is no need game. The Starke boys left about I I Cox and Hayhond did some won- Priest were grieved to learn of his efforts to bring her safely home. i) were only 100 hospitals with l less of newspapers nit. ,!..pew, .,\.',,

for such childish deeds as that. ten-thirty Friday morning on a bus ,' derful work a.lonthis line. death. The bereaved ones have She Is an argosy sailing with favorable than 8,000 beds. There are over organs and trade ;.mimal* *hi,.?,
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"Ol'U\.\I, IHHl'K: IKI\YKI: : nbtained[ through; the courtesy of' But laying jokes aside we'rehere the sympathy of the entire com- winds, and she Is symbolicof 3,500 especially trained tuberculosis tribute editorial ami! i nnisl i ,
3upt. Blltch of Florida State Farm. to tell you that Coach Uay munity. the happiness that can come nurses and thousands of others space for the Chr.stma men-

" Owing to the general halt of activities We arrived In the railroad city has done wonders with the boys Mrs. J. R. Colley and children from perfect health.Twenty.four who are doing tuberculosis work. of health. :

it last Tuesday caused by the about two o'clock. Ity three o'clock and we are sure It. II. S, will havea were visiting, friends and relatives' years ago the shipof There are COO tuberculosis clinics, The ways by which \\.> menu

f, ) flooding of the school boiler, it wan he I boys were dressed and at 3:15: wonderful year next season. We In Starke last Sunday. health was launched-the educational where persons may be examined to the success or failure of anv Te-

they flied out on the field led by want to thank you, who have come Mrs Clara Sharehouso and campaign to control tuber keep track of their health. At prr- ture Is to view the acon.p,,"',

Journal 'Captain Moore. A short warm up out to our games; we hope you daughters Misses Ellnore and Alice culosis was started. During those ventorla and at summer health result. And the fart" the ''.r|'

} news Is reprinted in period followed and the two captains will continue and enjoy our bus were the guest sot Mrs. Share- years in both rough, unsettled camps and In the hundreds of open the past 25 years 'the death-n

tossed for choice of kick-off, ketball games with us. house's sister Mrs. L. G. Johns. weather as well as on fair, smoothseas air schools, mal-nourlshed and sub- from tuberculosis has heen redan

HTl'UKNTH: : FJo\'ITIU'U: : Wild wood won and the teams lined im.inroiminuiVIM. "--UI'-: Miss Free Wynn, who is teaching the ship has steadily kept to standard children are being built from 200 per 100,000 tn XT seorai

IN OI'KHKTTAThe : : up.It I'KATN imoOKKU :11-1:1: at Bunnell, spent. the week-end I her course. Men with vision have up in order to resist disease. Coordinated be evidence enough that thi 'rot

was a beautiful day for foot- with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. been at her wheel and her crew research work is being has been worth while

i successful operetta "Once In ball and an equally pretty sight; The Bradford high school girls A. Wynn. baa been made up of hundreds of conducted in the best laboratories The saying, "When m\ *
a Dine Moon" which was recently were the Bradford boys as they outfit defeated Brooker'stown Mrs. Thomas Dyal, who has been partners who have "come aboard"to In the belief that some day a cure comes In" is a happy m, [,

presented by the Methodist church, lined up tor the opening whistle. I cage; team the Bradford visiting her daughter; Mrs. W help in making the voyage will be found. tuberculosis workers rho d,,

t,1 i featured several representatives of 'Their silver white Jerseys were a girls on Rogers, of Jacksonville, returnedto prosper. One of the most forceful and permanent will come when mh! "<> <)'
High; school\ court on Thursday afternoon -
f.lt!, 3113. her home this week. And these are some of the ways methods used in control as well controlled ,.is ,ma'lpf' <
with the score of
"e- .v.m .wm-.s -_ ""' W. Bennett of Hawthorne has been tuberculosis Is education lathe plague and yellow rev
-- The game was pretty much of a Mr. O. I by which the crew suc- ling "r. For t II!

I walk-away for the Bradford las-- was a guest -Hotel Hampton last cessful in overcoming sea mon- ways of health. The continuous present, however, it is i nest'east

f .; Kovto play I'ales' the score being 17-5 at the Saturday and Sunday.J sters, buccaneers, hurricanes sod plea for people to get plentyof to keep the ship 01 h<'nlth tt-

". the"fim P. Dlekerson has sold his typhoons-In other words the old rest, exercise, fresh air' and, stantly plying Its ,.ut,.e, towa-
' half. This Is victory of
i ,. "" filling,; station In the eastern part pirate, sickness. Organization of nourishing food and that they goo the desired port. Ev.t i.hoih has.

.r\!.D \.Jt = the Bradford girls, but more will of town to B. Y. and J. 11. Saxon the voluntary health agencies that their doctors for periodic phys- chance to "come nhnarn in D-
7 follow ; just Hupport them.
\\\l/I//d\ / ) % "- I>---I The .line up was as follows: and it is being successfully operated carry en the educational campaign: cal exnmlatlons Is really the keynote cember when the tiny seals at
Bradford Brooker by II. V. Saxon of this city. under the leadership of the Na- of the campaign. In thea being bought and sold.

Series 1929-29 by Mrs. David Jones, has been the
Andrews 10 7
Uainey, ,
r' Wynne Ferguson Sternberg, 15 I Cliesser, 0 guests of friends and relatives In TR.M.V SCHEIH'II-:: false oath of the Knights of Co- of less Import an. i."i>
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Forward Theressa this week. of will also be tried <> ',,, .
c Author "PRACTICAL AUCTION t1AIDOt?" lumbus, but on recommendation \\ m
Mrs. A. A. McDonald) and little
Kendrick Ward Effective Dec-ember 2nd our the for extreme his
-- ... Jury mercy native to Florida n 'n" fen!
tela ; ,
niece Miss Mae Spnrkman
lOBYt .a 1vls, ar t7.: a, t, Jumping Center. who have been trending Tha'nkMgiving schedule changes and. trains will sentence was probated. discover some that mm'it in," ,m
Shepard Newell run as follows: Charges of criminal libel was to Florida's soil aid llmuu TIn
at Switzerland, have returned -
ARTICLE No. 7 Running Center to their home here. IrfM'iiM brought against the minister and is line with rwnli, iiiamed
Manning; Green !Mrs E. C. Alumbnugh by Thomas other states where .n,. ..- n.>' uat
There ;it no bt'tt"r'nv to improve your game than bv a study of the 'nnnnei Allgood; Galney Mr. C. Jo:. Heath, Jr., Is relieving No 1 southbound, due Starke, F. Walsh, Savannah attorney and are numbered anion) tin' most

in which good players bid or play interesting hands, but to zet this result, you (luurds,1T311s1'Illatll' the signal maintainer in Ocala! this 11.22 p. m. member of the Knights of Colum portant of those used ,im, ,tetorf
'i must really study the hand and parti nil.nly the principle involved. :Moit pL>yr week. No. 11 southbound' due Starke,
however, only look over a problem h.ind 1 in P cursory manner and :hus clitaii ro.Muriovs) D. Haynes has recently been to 11.18 a. m. bus.The tion purposes
little lieneht. I Here' i is it prosecutor called attentionof As a result of this Wllller\ pIt\
or no a 'loInlthat lust rates a principle of play that shook Lake Geneva on a flailing expedi No. 2 northbound due Starke,
f bo understood by all players; namc-ly, "throwuig! the load". Bradford's first football season 1 5. 35 a. m. the court to the Jury's recommendation lag, Mr. Baker i>xpe(! < '* '"' t-
tion.O. for mercy and to the available next wiener" ,m >xrpks
Hand has been rough; on us but not dis L. Harrison and family entertained No. 12 northbound\ due Starke,
Example fact that Hev. Mr. Larowe had five hundred thousand iwdll
I astrous. The Tornadoes have completed I as thelt"l1uests( this week, 3.00 p. m. "
Heart 10,8,6,2 spent "considerable time In jail. which will be give- I", private I
) the stormest trip site will Mrs. Johnson of Wlldwood. 1.lmlf4..I(
j ('Iulo" 6 Contending that he had not pre- planters at cost rill planting up
ever have to take and while badly Mrs. P. II. Hunt and father, No. 3, southbound, due Starke
1 Isamonds-K, 10, 9, 5, 2 pared circulars containing the le'acres. Slash Pius itid'h'
buttered she has survived. For I Ovid Ilaynes were shopping in 9.50
:-pads-, 9. 3 a. m. oath did not know of their contents with 300,000. bniiKlttii, 10:"c(
ITl'arla-T.3 .1t'arts-.1, 7,4 that we are thankful.We Starke last Monday. No. 107 southbound due Starke,
distributing Pint
and that he was with 160,000 and 1.,111'.11'l |
Clut's-KQJ,10 : Y : Clubs! ,7,5.1.2 are afraid that Inevitable 1:20: m.
\t''" p. them for Mrs. Alumbaugh, ;the third with lo.ooc( 'ni iniinKc'
Diamonds--4 : A n t tiamonds-8 1 .i troubles our boys would experience I.01S ATHTI.V No. 191 noil th bound due Starke. ,
:Spides-: I K, Q J, 10, 5 : Z : Spades 3, 6, ,4 Jn their first year of football might 10:05: p. m. minister conducted his own defense lug made up ot ilm >m
Mrs. Alumbaugh is out on
sink Bradford's enthusiasm' and The many friends of Mr. and No.4 due species.
northbound Starke
Hearts-A 5 trial.WOODLAWN. h, .,. v b.
bond will
Q, pending The seed
Mrs. J. S. Austin, well known resIdents -
desire I for the game but such Is 8:49: m.
Clubs A, 9, 4 p. 60 feet long and i t"t rude> i
not the case. of Lawtey. will learn with No.: 198 northbound due Starke
Diamond A ,
Q, J, 7,6 ,not "
Spades-7 7,2: regret of the death of their flve- 1i.11i i : m. ........................ will be under the imm
p. ervislon, of Aiibrc* 1'i, 'ik ur year-old daughter Lois, which occurred -
No one Is disappointed about SllIl'kp11111 AVniuicc ,
No score, rubber game Z diMit, bid, you think. Figure out how you would) anything they expected the worst. yesterday morning In this No. 101 leaves Starke 9:00: a. m. : : man and hortloulnin i "ouii
one no trump. A hid two spades, Y I play> it and then co.nrurc! icsuits! viitb As a result they are not even dlsrotmaged. city after a short \illness. The No. 102 arrives Starke 4:40 i I with the Board nt ommiss.nof
bid two no trump, B and Z p used and, I the analysis that will be given i.l the / On the other hand the body was prepared for burial by T. J. Griffin, :agent.p. m. .N.NN.ew...N...... State Institution-
A bid three Y and U article.
spades. ,
passed next entire student body craves more he: Marcus Conant Company, and, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Norman and
Z bid three no trump, A duuL.'ed: and .
.all passed Problem No. 7 football ,and are looking forwardto accompanied by the parents, willie SKXTKM'KH: : : )1I. IST.lt children attended the State FairIn

1 the brighter' prospects of next taken to Lawtey for Interment. Fou ('1t111IN.lh UIIKI.: Jackslnvtlle Thursday.Mrs. .
A opened the king of spades and Z
held off until the third round ol parlcs, If-art! A, 9ClubsJ,9 7 .5 3 year The Tornado that representsthe Times-TJnlon Nov. 29th. Savannah, Ga. Nov. 30.-HevV. W. L. Valencea of Jacksonville .J More
I winning the third spade trick in V* Diamonds-9,,K,, t Purple and Gold In 1929! will \ F. Larowe was sentenced in was the guest' of relatives

I hand with the ace. Spades-J, 10, 7 have.a greater advantage over that Plant City-Construction of five city court today to serve three here Saturday. j!

I Z then led five rounds of diamonds of this year. They will hare at brick stores here progressing rap- months In jail for criminal libelIn Miss Debbie Phillips, who is Tractionand

I which A obliged .discard four Idly. connection with circulation of Maxville spent
on was to t Y s least some degree of exprelence. teaching school at ,
,I times. He could discard only two clubs to B i This year while they will be far Thanksgiving with her parents I
Z's clubs would be The other
or good. t Z ; from the stndard conditions there here.
two discard could be one spade and should be an improvement. ThatIs Itev. and Mrs. J. T. Barnes, !Mr I

one heart. Ilearte-1 1\. 8, 5,2: a lot. [ ARMED FOR THE'FIGHT I and Mrs. O. J. Phillips were din-
At the ninth trick, therefore, Z
Club K, 10, /8 ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. D. L.
should play the ace of clubs and a low Diamonds-A, J, 7 LongerWear
Unfortunately players who Phillips Thursday.
club, forcing A in the lead with the Spade*- A, K.5 many
king of clubs. A can now make his No score, rubber came. Z dealt and would be experienced by next year Mr. and Mrs. Dave Denmark of
spade trick and then must lead scheduled to graduate. This Jacksonville Thursday here
away bid one no trump. A and Y passed and are spent
from his hearts up to the ace queen in U bid two diamond Z bid two no Includes Kuptaln' David' Moore, full with their son Ray Denmark.

Z's hand. Played in this way, Z make trump, all passed and A opened the back, Nolan Cuuova. alternate cap- Mrs. Arthur Crews of Ralford, I

three odd, game and rubber, and therei queen of diamond Z allowed thequeen tain and end, Merrill Struth tackle wan the guest of her father, Mr.
i no defense Learn to "throw thelead" to hold the trick and A then led at a
and halfback, Gerald Cox and D. B. Browning Thursday
into when
an opponent's hand the six of diamonds. Y low
played a
Junior McDonald halfbacks Allot Mrs. D. L. Phillips and daughter -
by so doing will force a lead to
you diamond B the kin!! and 2 won the .i. ,
your advantage. trick with the are. I low should he plan these are first stringers and i ..)', : Miss Debbie, were visitors to

Here i i. a pretty hand that will maker the play of the hand/ I valuable men. nut there are plenty -! Starke Saturday. LoverCost

l r coming up. First of all we will ;. ; ':/....' Lloyd' Moore and sister, of Wa-

Answer to Problem No. 6 ,I have the truck load triplets back ; ,, teroak, were visitors here Thurs

llearts-4, 3 with us again next year Gator day.Mrs.

Clubs none Inmaii. center, and Milton Brown- C. L. Carter and daughter,

Diamnnds-5, 4, 3, 2 lee, Billy Graham, guards, are due of Itellbronn, were visitors here

Sp.tdes-4, 3 to be a powerful stronghold/ In Thursday.
s hearts- J, 10, 9 Ilenrt K, Q the Tornado forward wall The .

Clubs- 9. 8 : Y : Club- K, Q. I, 10 Howard Moore who has played in ReforestationPlans
Diamonds-none. : A R : Dianitsnds-none
Spadcn- J, 10,9 .: Z : Sparcs--1C, Q every game this year and Is putting
I down some real ability at tackle 'r
Completed <
hearts-A, 2 that should make him a real star

Clubs- AI, 3, 2 next year. Dick Williams a Junior ---

Diamontls'none High boy who will be eligible xflerafT fe0VS The Florida Forest Service will

Spade-A, 2 next year ought to be good at almost / \ goon be in a position to-assist the

If diamonds are trumps and Z is in f the At trick five Z should lead the four any place, but he is a born ) private property owner with his

lead, can Y Z win all tie tricks against of clubs. A can discard tho ten of tackle. Robinson likewise was hasa plans for planting up idle forest
any defense? heart, Y trumps with thj three of great chance of making the post. acres with young pines accordingto from
: Answer: Y Z can make all the remaining diamond. and B follow suit. The end are more uncertain among I State Forester Harry Lee Ba-

tricks, as follows: Z should At trick six Y should l lead 1 the four those remaining Wainwright, Kd- ker who approved the planting

lead the deuce of clubs, trumping in of diamonds B cannot discard his last wards and Kickliter have each plan for the forest tree nursery GOODYEARALLWEATHER

,Y'* hand with the deuce of diamond club or Z'* trt-y of clubs and ace of played' end at some time during II maintained at the Ralford Prison
At trick two Y should lead the five of spade will win the last two trick B the but whether this Is
season the
diamonds. B cannot discard a club, for i is forced, therefore, to discard the Farm. In co-operation with
if he doe Z take the lead their position or not has not been Board of Commissioners of State
can and setup queen of padc*. Z discard! tho trey CHRi rMA 51stt s
a club trick; thus easily giving Y Z of clubs. A cannot discard the jack of ascertained. Raymond would ? (cr+rTUatacvtyb Institutions.

right tricks. At trick two, therefore, heart or Y'*four of hearts Yo ill be good.A strengthen left end considerably, According to Mr. Baker, the demand Balloon
B u obliged l to discard a heart or aepade. ia forced, therefore, to discard the but he seem* destined for the l :l }fs for tree planting stock has

A. the suits are exactly the ten of spades.At backfield, probably halfback Considering yb been far beyond expectations with

ame,suppose B discards heart.Whatever trick seven, Y should lead the the backfield while we are the result that several seed beds Tires
suit U selects, Z should follow the fo'jrol spades and Z wins the next two forward
looking to Glenn McMil)
discard. Thu, if B discards the queenof tricks with the ace and deuce ot spade. > ?mrt are being put In on private prop
heart, Z should discard the deuce This !I. a pretty problem in discard lan playing at quarter, and it will ilia erty under State supervision In order THEM i
c>f heart A'. discard at this stage is ing and should be carefully studied. be hard to choose between Klckllt- & t ,r ry to guarantee sufficient seed- WE SELL

immaterial, but let it be the suit whichB Many a game and rubber IS won by er and Grlfflfl. Possibly Wainwright lings for next winters planting.

does not discard, in this instance, forcing opponents to discard to their and Edwards may be b located Under the terms of the planting

.pade*. At trick two, therefore, B discards disadvantage, so any problem illus- back, there. No matter what J : plan Just aproved for the Raiford

.I the nine of spade trating such tactics cannot help but be happens we seem" to be headed" fora nursery, over 100 pounds of seed' "1f1 0y
At trick three Y should lead the valuable. In working out these O !
treyof prjbleri very light backfield next year, Txse I 0.Sl>QUBLY ) of the longleaf, slash and loblolly HITCH'S SEln"tcF.Oj
heart,the suit B discarded. Y win hands, be sure to lay out the hands and
but one containing men who can pines will be sowed during the
the trick with the ace A following suit.\ follow the solution very carefully, play
I .At trkk: four Z should lead the ace of I ing the card: ( named on each trick dam carry the ball; and backed by amore CHRISTMAS $EAL$ month of December, in addition to:

club. All follow; suit except Y, who i each .Itcf. le. 119 other way call he experienced line; they should smaller amounts, of teed of trees
should discard the thY of aradu. reader obtain the maximum benefit.
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---------------U---J' While \Mr. Clark did not disclose S S I showed letters purported to have flir.iled through I the air. For ono
The de-
artow A Tntnpj-- Tampa police
-- prisoner was literally
the terms of the sole it is eHt I mat- I been written by Carllp In which I hour the recital was continued. Beginning .
swept out of Jail at ipartment. alarmed by the spread-
ed the deal will net Mr. Davis approximately Mulberry I the latter demanded a radical tomorrow,
,I near here Thursday. Charles White ,ling sales and use of marnjua'na' I change! In the present government dally oncert
$20,000. The tomatoes will be played from I the
Live State News I wll be packed at Snlvit-tu on and L. A. noland.'Ilarl'etl with weed a outhweetein t of the, United! Stated.: structure and elaborate plans
the north side of the CuloosahaUhee. passing worthless checks, formerlywere which has the same Importatlon'l I are being made for a formal dedication -
The first car will be shlp- occupants of i the lockup. Ho- ml diet as a narcotic, Lake \WI\I's--I'dwnrd. Mok's on February 1. when It Is
6ped tomorrow and the firm will land entered a plea of guilty and tho city representative to pass memorial! to his grand-parents expected thai President Calvin
handle shipments for other growers was In foe *u long sentence but ordinance 11 rll\'(" 11 tI 111{. Its sale gift to the people of Florida came Coolldge.1 1 ; Herbert Hoover, presi
TOLD BY OUR EXCHANGES in the Salvlsta section which White could not be directly connected or possession. Murujuana being to life Sunday' when the first re- (dent-elect anti, other American and
the form of tobacco cltiil on the mighty net of sixty-one
are expected to aggregate 40 carloads with the offense chargedand sold here In European celebrities will be In attendance. -

., ,--_..-_.'-_.._-.._-..-_..__..__-_.'_-u-_.-_.-_ _._, ,,, was released. Later'hite and i is smoked! generally In rlga- carillon bells weighing an average Announcement halt
; came around and offered' to sweep ret wrappers. In the southwext of one ton oacb. was played before been made that President Coolldge

,,1..1 I lieath Wednesday closed she has not been a citizen of the Tampa-The drive against boot- out the lobby of the? Jail which adJoins era part of the United !Slates': and audience of approximately hud "virtually accepted: the Invitation -

|l b", ._ .ireer of Frank Harris, United! States for seven years In leg meat Is being continued by the the office of the city clerk. us far to the northeast as Kansas 20,000) nt the Mountain Lake sanctuary ," while M r. Hoover's Florida -

,,I I the Ocala Banner, and compliance with the constitutional city health department. Several The clerk told him to get the and Missouri the weed grows wild two intlen from hE're.'lIh itinerary Is being arranged to
broom and go ahead. lie did. The and Is known as "loco weed" Its Anton threes, world famed Belgian;
ot Florida Jour- provision for eligibility for con. hogs and 100 pounds of link sausage Include the dedication ceremony.
., .1, HU dean gretts. have been condemned by the dust raised annoyed the clerk so use as a narcotic was ft rat discovered carrlllonneur. nt the keyboard, I thecaiilIon's The program; today was broadcast.
-: Mi Harris died at his I S S S department this week, ut-cordlng White obligingly cloned the door' In the Mexican border districts t tones t thrilled the thousands The carillon bells were Imported
: an illness of three while he about twelve and who had flocked to t the HIIIIctnary -
.11', i r Stuart-Those who sell from to health olHcluls. The sausagewas completed the task. After years ago from London.
,. HI was 82 and had spent house to house In Stuart In the future shipped into Tampa and was a while the clerk left. Presumably has gradually spread throughout from all parts of the state. .--
!1.\. i ->n' j-ears In the newsnairom -,' will be required to deposit a found in a market and condemned Roland left too, soon after great portion of the United Mr Bok with JoHef' llofman, famous Orlando--New citadel' auditorium -

,',1', printer's appren-) bond of $500. The city commission by the city health officials. According for he Is gone now and the States. The drug put In Its appearance ( pianist nnd composer as his of Salvation Army dedicated I
i i ,him. I has panned an ordinance to Dr C, W. Bartlett the Jail key which Connelly suspended I in Tampa) about a year ago guest> took his favorite IIAt'nlllltpll,1' hero.
S which days canvassers must file meat was In bad condition from tront a not) near the door of the and government agents have found .on n tiny I Island I In the shadow Cocoa Two) carloads citrus! .

I, ,.fl', ifltJoe Lee Clewes, 7 i surety bond In the amount named a mold and he is under the Impression -I clerk's olllre\ has been returned to many IlIsIlnc1of Its being sold of the. seven-story! tower. Promptly I shipped from here.Crawtordtuvthle.Stnte.
\ ,t' in. ul hospital of hydro- for the privilege of operating that It would have been Its place by White's father, who at the rate of four cigarettes/: for ul t I o'clock the shrill carillon! Highway
", ,I' i in- result of having been ( The penalty for violation of/ cl leaused and put on the market by mild his Hon left It with him. White dollar.. The Tampa chief of police IOIIPH ocliood: from the highest .:o. 10 under construction between I'

i I'' in ,i rabid dog last Septem- ':ordinance Is a fine not to here'l some unscrupulous method had It also has disappeared bus u ropy of a Louisiana law !point! .!: In Florida. The) bells, were here. and Wnkulln river bridge/:
nivounKster' was bitten on prohibiting the sale or use of mar-
$500, or a jail pel'lmlnot to exceed not been detected. The hogs were
-' ', anti was given the Pas- ninety days. also found In a market. They ArcadiaThe work of placing ajuana and i Is. Reeking similar legislation .

.iHiumeni' He seemed to be 1 S S I were burned with kerosene In the the roof on I the big amphlthc-utre In Florida Cover'unient _., ........, ,
j nui when he suddenly be- Tallahassee-The State Department illy Incinerator\ because they had In the grounds of the Chautauqiia agents here mild tho f..I..rI11lIWM\ ,| '-.0 ,.\1
'11 while In school.. 'I'I of Agriculture/ through Its not passed the Inspection test. Assembly of Florida was started do not specify m.mijuana us a l the -
Bureau of this week. The roof will be supported forbidden narcotic. only tiling
I Is I
''ml Phil J. Foran, 42, who ting\ Its annual drive Fort PierreFred Brownloe, entirely from the sides and .
'I to
mine realty operator in the forethe people of the n tI Instltu-I former U. S. Immigration official, is of a very special\ type of con\- Tallahassee--An Inmate of the ]like it is another { @cJfiIb'Coca

'nfcdlBtrict In 1925 was reputedi ,I riunuit,,,--...- .iia...,... .10- oner-- agriculturally iirltjtuA.. ,, ,.'outh.,..... D iAMArtfa... ..'_ fni.". th...._ kill..... struction. The roof wUl be supported Florida. state hospital for I the Insane I I
( < \\nrth) more than a million', The bureau Is Inserting advertisements lug of 1'. S. Thomas, traveling by I bin y-slx solid reinforced at Ch"ttll I hoocheE' who has -Cola ....Ioii.ndRcfreshin. ; .
committed suicide shortly here nearly two concrete pillars each set In repeatedly) threatened the life of [
.rs I In fifteen periodicals of the salesman near
noon> Friday by closing him- ,I I country, most of them publications years ago was recently commutedby solid concrete rl'sllllR on piling the president of the United States, '. .
kitchen of his home driven clown ten feet to rest on and who Is said to have recently
,111 the devoted to farm life, which\ are designed the state board of pardons to .. > 1'
of the I suld! rock. Each of these thirty- received cake from Germany ;:
j opening( the vents gas II to convey to nearly 5,000- life Imprisonment has been transferred a :
| Business reverses. six pillars Is supported by concrete which concealed a revolver. Is be :
k stove. 000 readers Florida's agricultural to the state penitentiary at ...". '
his He buttress extending out some ten \ guarded at t the hospital, .... : \
ads ay. explain act. ISI I possibilities. The publications are Ralfoid to begin his sentence. During hIoltl'ly!!: A&k1 8 ,
\ red by his widow and a emailS located In the middle west and the I his long legal fight to escape feet. The plates for supportingthe state officials said here Wednesday d
I, east. the electric chair Brownlee has roof are being: placed, and The Inmate Is Clarence Huron Car- ''-' q ,'

S S I been In the St. Lulce county Jail, a these are big beams of solid wood, iii,. United States District Attor- ;<,7 MILLION ,

'artow \Vithln three ho'ira ata I; Ocala-Friday's movement of model prisoner according to local measuring fourteen Inches through ney FreiV.. Cubberly, of Peima- .
started each All but four of the has been sent by the federal f/f/Oll
movement was at a citrus fruit from Welrsdale and olc1allIlls case was carried to way. cola,
,hpon of the Bartow Rotary the Lake Weir section made the the state supreme court, which affirmed concrete supports are already set. department of Justice to Investigate J II.
had Each of the pillars has steps on the finding of the pistol In the ,I
[b Wednesday, pledges total for the season to date approximately the findings of the circuit '
;i obtained from the dining I 500 cars. Dr. E. B. court of Indian River Inside for the placing of the floor, cake. Some time ago, the district !

ms of two hotels here to serveus Lytle. manager of the Weirsdale where the case against county'j making twelve large steps next to attorneys office Informed the board HTAItKK t'lM'A TOLAIIOTTI.1N
fruit free. The plan will be Packing Company, believes two- I and his companions was the wall all the way around the of commissioners of state Institution '
ended If possible to include all thirds of the citrus crop has been 'change of venue with Judge Jef- amphitheatre. The floor will be that the department of justice ( ( 0. 1

cafes and lunch rooms of the I harvested. On this basis the ferson JoJ. Browne of Key West pre I of concrete, and Inclined. The 'Washington desired a close rJi
building measures 224 by 124 feet. because of I-.
.. and also to provide for free Weirsdale area will ship 1,500 siding. guard for Curllp
Itribution of fruit to visitors at cars during the season. The principal -. I and,will, when completed, seat 3- threatening letters having been IT flAil TO itr. coon TO 'irT: WIIIIII: : IT I" I ;

chamber of commerce West Palm Beach-Flood control ,
around Weirs
I I dale and orange Lake grown Weir Is the Parson for Lake Okechobee will be -- ---_.. ..._ ... u__ __ .. .___ __ ,:'

,Wes Palm Beach- A farmer of Brown which was developed on taken up by the rivers and harbors -TliISSALEENIS"XdS"RVE! :
ml Point, whose name was not the shores of North Lake Weir by committee of congress early next
,en. saw his house virtually de- the late E. L. Carney. week, according to Oeorge F. Hen-
necl( In the September hurricane eel, local chamber of commerce I

I his finallY scattered, but after Daytona Beach-F. W. Sklrlo, president, who leaves Monday to
"a all over he found, about a proprletorof the Flomlch saw mill attend the conference. The conference I 0 I II
e from where the house had'' at Holly Hill, announced Friday according: ; to advices from A !
I II 0 U fl c i n IH
iod an old coffee containing $151 that he had ordered new machin- Congressman 11 lace Dempsey, g
I Ilrh he had placed there before ery for the plant for the purposeof chairman of the committee will ,
. storm The pot was buried in filling extensive export orders. take the form of a preliminary I I I II
muck and the bills damaged. The firm recently sold 6,000,000 hearing designed; to discover some I
S feet of stumpage to a Kentucky practical method of flood control
trim Park-Ten civic orgnnlzais firm, which will manufacture it at for Florida's Inland sea. Mr. Ben-

(thin city have joined hands ) the local mill Into lumber for ex- sel will represent the Florida navigation 'XMAS
arranging for a flower and mu- port to Europe. The Flomlch company and flood control organization H I NEW-S.
festival, to be held early In also recently shipped several formed here October' 27.

nil, Plans 'all for a flower I' carloads of hickory round timber W S S .
IV to he held for three days in' to Germany where It will be turned Jo'ortIIYI'rs'l'he\ long-haired I :
Jararnnda Arcade during I'I Inli Into tool handles. Florida hickory followers of Brother Isaiah, reputed ,
time flowers of all kinds, \Mr. Sklrlo said l Is much In cle- faith healer, who claimed an
'i'u in this section of the state I innnrt for the reason that it will 80-acre tract of land by divine gift FOR-THE-OUT-OF-TOWN-BUYERS :
I he on dl he hands of a special romtnlt- The local mill will employ about court and vacated the property.

of f the Avon Park Woman's forty men after installation pf the They were dispossessed ,by Eric :

) new machinery. Younger a former member of the i : AT "COLES" 20th ANNIVERSARY !
S I I S I cult, and the real owner of the t

'II'al\-A: quilt consisting of 34- l Eustls-Thirty-six deer hounds property who brought suit following .

pieoes of silk, and requiring have been poisoned with strychnine : a quarrel with Brother udder,
in working hours to make, has I according to hunting/ parties left In charge by Isaiah when the : GOOD WILL I
the center of attraction at California seekinga SALE i
II who have been In the dense scrubof latter went to -
art and needle work depart- the Ornla National forest In new abode for his disciples. The COg
it of the Marion county fair. I Lake and \Marion counties. How writ of dispossession directed the '

< the work of Charles Pratt of many other valuable dogs have colony to vacate In three days, but I *TJK I I
lartelplila. The quilt which been killed by the same method they declined to leave until Brother -
been named Ruth and Naomi, I Is undetermined.( Sheriff Cassldy, Isaiah should order them to do ,
lets the farewell being taken and deputies, who were In the so. Word to move came by tele- : ** Extra Special! I "THE FLORIDIAN" 1 1I 1stJflPJ
tilth of her mother-in-law, Nn- scrub the first few days after the gram from Brother Isaiah today I O .. : .
. HU told in the IJlbical story I set temporary __ __,;_,_)._ ..'..... 1... ..II .. 1 -,
opened to check up and the cult up n
hunting season : allln".IIJ gill mi-ail: lilY USIULone lull Jay- ana pay int.s' I t'-t :
ii- book of Ruth. I licenses: of hunters and their dailY I quarters on a tract of land adjoln- I I I I II
I I'I Hale visit and ask to I
I I bag of game lost three dogs. -It Is in...<">r> their.-- old home. Here we A"o--selhng one see our 100.00() blue white diamond :::::
mil -Weather bureau service believed the poluon was .net by natives a S S SLaketand"UOCIS" 1 oooi ring: set in ((3): new style designs 0 I I
i observation statIons at 50 John Starling / (DCO f\\\ \ :
In the thinly settled country ftct of (rb) Silver Plated of 18-kl. white gold for dDi/.UU t'-t
iitervals between Miami and to discourage hunters from Invading 79 who came to Polk county J -
,"'nvllle will be inaugurated' what they claim In their natural from AlabamaIn 1853 and hal! : tea spoons for only-

.: , hi'twceii Miami and Atlanta. S S I S set of mustachloH that might/: I I ..,:
In Aviation Inc. RichardV.. of Broward county, seven deputies, of rlrsnte adornment, for : I One 75 C CustomerYou .
: mi-terologlst, announced the a number of police Ulcers of Fort they are 18 inches from tip to tip. I I -.... Extra SpecialCrciff'a JVRSTFIE'lJf) S;
l'!''tlon of plane to have ob-1 I Lauderdale' and more than twenty But to Uncle John these mangnlfitent I s: must bring this ad
i ions sent to Miami every |I reward county residents have plumes. which can he wrapped I :&::: A lIRA UTr! I .
_ _ _ _ Fountain .
linn\ before the plane leaves been summoned to appear In United around his ears, though/: they
Jacksonville. Special cere- '!' States district court Monday, are too short to te. and the small)) PenJesk Set Ladies White Cold Filled wristWatches
i I". have been arranged for the'' where it Is expected they will be beard that goes with them, are g;
Duration) of the new airmail tried next week on charges of conspiracy mere reminders of the bearded : CsS: ELGIN Made by the "famous" for unly"i
'1ft' !More than 7500 pieces of'i i to violate the national pro- glory; that was his in years put I
matter await the first north- hibition laws. More than thirty Formerly he wore a mighty black I Men's gold filled case 7.Jewel ShealTer Pen Co., $3.50 I t:: I

id plane. persona were arrested In Broward heard which he tucked In his belt. I I value for- $9 175 I t'-t I
S S I when federal Mnstachlos then were 22 Inches -
county two years ago The i I' pocket watch for '
niacola-L. B. Oorder form- prohibition agents! concentrated on long. There are thousands only$2 00 H I
I '
esldent of Molina an Escam- the county In a two-day campaign of persons In these parts who ad- : I' .
county village came home against liquor violators.Pensacola mire the 1928: model of his mustache -> ,., I I
'"lay from somewhere In the S S S S and beard but they never i : 13.95 EXTRA SPECIAL .4
You must bring thin ad
for Thanksgiving Day walked -Early In the new saw them when they were some- I'

the house he left nearly two year residents of this section expect thing to brag about. StllU\) Uncle E-. -. STEAKSET "
* ago when he and his wife to hear of the letting of two John contends that with 18 Inchesof .
me estranged shot his wife Immense public works contracts. whisker that will lay back of I Sterling Silver Handle r :

Iy shot her mother. his three One of these Is that of paving the i his ears he can give the young I
old daughter and then went Scenic highway. a road which sprouts In Lakeland. something to OUR GOOD-WILL SALE Stainless Hlades in Gift i I.... .
the porch where-be turnedun the east side of the about. f
reaches from worry In ....... that our ....-, lawn rumlnmrrm hare .. ...... case for only- '. r
Escambla tkr d
on himself. The wife was of Pensacola to the ... ... ... mmr same -
city .
ftnr r "Ktlrm IIrrrtml' .eili-le.s .fc. horn folk_w. *... I
when Sheriff Prenton arrived bridge and causeway, nine milesto Clearwater-Plnella>s county will\ put mmMr thru mrtlrlrm thai mrr Hmlrtt .... "Kilrn nprrlmf for ,..... t
i'> scene In answer to a call the eastward and the other Is lose more than a half million dollars .ppr.s.SIf l.t.r.......<..-.| lr... mention ISIS nilerfl........ ..
the telephone operator at \Mo- that of actually beginning workon In delinquent taxes on the -I.so.. I.. ",la.Jly.. fn*sb.w In la i5.* 'Mlor, 5...,before o.. lhu.kIs fala iialr woe rl fur.*M.n pse, wNI:h..will. and b* J $3.95
The other three are In a the $2,000,000 bridge to span 1927 tax roll and faces the possibility ,M\,." is:. C. a.. t'01..:" A "0"". t
acola hospital dying accord- Pensacola bay and reach the San- of a reduction of between Th... (3) "Rxtra MI"'<'Ia''" arllolvn listed will h. r..*rve v'nly, You must rln this "a : a (hess
In : you artlclvn
and $8,000,000 assessed :
to physicians from theirS ta Rosa county mainland three $5.000,000 and wIlt not be on !. at thin "> ,<\ one-half miles to the southward. valuation on the roll next t tI

S S SIiahagse..Goyernor The paving of the Scenic highway year as a result of the large I I
John W. will represent an outlay of approximately amount of tax certificates turned .
n was advised by a Daytona $188,000 and the State over to the state It was learned ,, ; ;'a
'i law firm that William C. Road Department will stand the Friday following filing of a reportby ,

on. of Orlando, defeated Re- ,expense of that with the additionof E. B. McMullen. county tax collector C. H. COLES AND
Ian candidate for congressthe about one-third ofhat money At the deliquent tax sale SONS i iI

fourth district would ,contributed from a special bond bald recently. $299,869.85 worth I
-i the seating of Mrs. Ruth Issue parsed several year. ago In of dcllqucncles were purchased by I
a Owen of Miami elected by Escambia county. Individuals and 360030.99 worth I Jewelers
:siocratlc majority. The gov- I S S S were turned ovel' to the state. Total Gainesville Florida Diamond I

. was aked not to !Issue Mrs.i Fort Myers-E. V. Clark, purchasing of delinquencies this year the I \Vatch Repairing Merchants
i a certificate of election. The I IQ@y. agent for a packing company report shows. $589.900.64. Landto I i :? .
told the governor that In Miami Thursday announced the value of $8,207,560 U rep I

oa would contest the seating purchase of the J. Raboa Davis resented'' by the certificates turned CLO.NGD1TE "XMAS" EVE / / -- I 1
... Owen on the grounds that tomato crop which Is now matur- nver (o the state and only the ________ ___ .
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PACK Forn BRADFORD COUNTY TELEnnAPn STARKE, FlAmm.\ FR1n.1Y, iIt; I vinrSocieivd..TJ ..
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Mrs: I.. A. DuviHTilt' I|' Jacksonville-Victory Nations I OrlandoOld...
\ i / bjlltm'lun.IrK.! R Woi-ks! I Life Insurance Co., of Tampa merges structlon of ncu
I Interesting account of with Gulf Life Insurance Co., National Bank !
bond i a very I tin I
the causes. that led to the war A Plea For Tolerance (lof this city. Jacksonville M I '
I tween the states be-I I I St. Petersburg-Meeting held to be improved

I Miss Ethel Grimn, the retiring I of I j here to discuss plans for proposed Plant City i I',?
chairman of music, presented a i By CALVIN COOLIDGE President | Piney Point Bridge across! lower completed for \

lovely program/: of selections from Tampa Ray school building i.i, ,
ANNIVKKS.WY: DINNKItVAHTY : Mil. <\M :MltS. i,:. :M. JOHNS Schubert, whose classic music hasattracted I the United States. j DeLand Stetson University Jacksonville\ ]J.,.
so much attention during I dedicates new Hatter athletic field commerce end..tGoodyear .
KNTKKT.11N i\ "
t the punt week, as music lovers If we are to maintain our position of understandingand here. Tire & I "

The Dinner Shop was a scent Mr. and Mrs K M. Johns were have been observing the one hun- I good will with the nations abroad, we must continueto Orlando-Building: permits issued pany's plant lien-

G of a pretty affair Friday night host and hostess to their night dredth anniversary of Schubert's I maintain the same sentiments at home. We are sit- here during October totaled Stuart Nan

when Mr. and Mrs. 10.: M. Johns In, bridge club and friend on Wednesday I death I uated differently in this respect from other coun- $78,150, increase of $23,335 over across Indian tin. I
r their charming manner entertained evening at their home. The hostesses, assisted by Mrs. any preceding month. will be completed! '
a number of their friends at n Vases and bowls of chrysanthemums Harold C. Wall' Misses Virginia I try. All the other great powers have a comparatively I Tampa-Contractors and buildings

r bridge dinner party, the occasion were attractively placed Weeks and Florence Andrews, homogeneous population, close kindred in race and blood /: from all Florida met to discuss -
being their thirteenth anniversary. about the where tables for served a delectable chicken salad I plans for this city. YOU CAN GET IN .
room and speech and little divided in religious be- t >.1 i.1H \
and coffee.CIRCM .
i At 7:30: the guests assembled in bridge were arranged.; Tallies of course with tea I St. Cloud-Repairs completed
the private dining! room, which I Thanksgiving design, were used In ': MEETINa4Circle ; e liefs. Our great nation is made up of the strong and and new equipment Installed at local Replacements for ,

was made most attractive with scoring. High; score( for men was virile pioneering stock of nearly all the countries of the I l power plant. eye glasses, Includlll'I

t chysanlhemums cards and fern. Hand-the la I pair of silk socks being given No. One of the Baptist world. We have a variety of race and language and religious Miami-Electrification of plantof frame temples I
painted place were and si v
i Mr. J. C. Robinson High score with Coral Gables Ice Co., completed. "
Ito Woman's Missionary Society
means by which each found their 'I, for ladles went to Mrs. J. C. Rob Mrs J. M. Brownlee as leader, will belief. If any of these different peoples fall into Palm City-Plans made for rebuilding Fine Watch and ('IOt'k II, l>ai!'

i places at the tables. 'inson a china salt, pepper and mustard meet Monday afternoon at three- i disfavor among us, there comes a quick reaction against Congregational church. also
: .
five turkey KngraiingWe
A delicious course /
dinner was served at which time I set. thirty o'clock at the home of Mrs I the rest of us from the relatives and friends in their I II ''I Arcadia-Moffatt Hotel on N.
The hostess served chocolate Polk Avenue being overhauled and
have .
G. W. Alderman. !sal' ,
Mrs R. F. Demorest gave an appropriate float, sandwiches, olives and hot Circle No. Two with Mrs. O. P. I place of origin which affects the public sentiment of i renovated. I'

toast to the honorees and : tea. that it not be actually I Loc..'' Incinerator will watches, cut glass, ,\,
I floor Raymond, as leader will be en- i country, even though may expressed I Stuart- '
1 presented them with a friends lovely ,' The guests/: were: Mr. and Mrs. tertained at the home of Mrs It. L. I in the official action of their government Such : be rebuilt. '*'"' \ alarm clocks, eye glass.Htarkc ,
lamp, a gift of their present C. A. Knight. Mr. and !Mrs J. C. Brownlee at three-thirty o'clock.All Daytona Beach-Repairs to cost
i Robinson, Mrs. W. P. Randall and members asked to be present I misunderstandings interfere with our friendly rela- I about $50,000 commenced on Florida

' I t at After the conclusion dinner bridge of: which was enjoyed scores Mrs. J. J K. Corpening. and bring aprons for the society. tions, are harmful to our trade, and retard the general I Clarendon Hotel i PROMPT: SERVICE 1o'

were totaled and prizes awarded. :I Circle No. three with Mrs. A. M. progress of civilization. We all subscribe to the prin- = SATISFACTION:
i':X-TI\'Jo: ; iso.\m leader will meet at the I .
To Mr. R. K. Demorest high for as ciple of religious liberty and toleration and equality of re-sumed
\\OMAN'S Cl.rit MKKTtt: ;
home of Mrs Darby at three-thirty
fold. To Mrs. I
+ men a leather bill rights. This is in accordance with the funda- Wm. J. ILIFF
O. L. Beasley high for ladles, a o'clock and all members are askedto principle "
f hand painted minute glass. Mrs. I I The executive board of theWoman's be present. mental law of the land. It is the very spirit of the Mayo TWit place, will be com-
11 Club held their regular .
and Mr. J. \V. Andrews pletely rewired fopr electric service Jeweler and
R. F. Demorest meeting Wednesday morning at TIIAMCH WOMA.VH C'LL'BTo American Constitution. We all recognize and admit thatit

of, Jr., were consoled and, key ring.with a j ten o'clock at the clubhouse with ought to be put into practical operation. We know in Rrooksv111e.first near future. : National Expert Watchmaker
box guest soap
the President and members of '
I' Those" enjoying Mr. and Mrs. a good attendance. Mrs. Inman that every argument of right and reason requires such Bank repainted and extensively
president of the club had charge/: the Starke Woman's Club: Sturko, .'1'1' ,
Johns hospitality were;: Mr. and of the meeting. Mesdames J. M.Alvarez As vice precldent of Section action. Yet in time of stress and public agitation we improved.

j. J.Mrs.C. R.Robinson F Demorest, Mr. and, Mr.Mrs.and C.Mrs.A.I I, ,-chairman, J. II. Hitch Four. F. F. W. C. I desire to express have too great a tendency to disregard this policy and church Delray will Beach be built-New here.Episcopal Next door to Steam Pr. ,'I iR6eamatielitre

and( It.A. Weeks were appointedby my sincere appreciation of
ti indulge in race hatred religious intolerance and disregard -
Adkins. the president to draft the by the cordial reception extended to
w' Mr and Mrs. J. Corpen- laws. .A. the Clubs of the Section at the i of equal rights. Such sentiments are bound to react -

, Ing Mr. and J.Mrs.; W.O.Andrews L. Beasley, Jr., | The rt"gtilr meeting of the club meeting of November 16th. I upon those who harbor them. Instead of being a
and Mrs.
Mr. be after- The untiring efforts of your leg faint f End
will held next Wednesday I
' : M. Wainwright. benefit they We do not have to
r "Mr and Mrs W. noon at three o'clock. Mrs. II. C. Club resulted In making the meetIng I are a positive injury.

---S Rtch| chairman of education com- one of the most successful in examine history very far before we see whole countries Pain in the arch,

1' TWKNTIKTIl: : CKNTfRY: mittee, will have charge of the he: history of the Section. that have been blighted whole civilizations that have ankle,heel? or ___ Your Foo
I instep
('LCBMIIET4The ; : program und will have Mrs. O. O. Williams. 4
as a speaker -
; Vice President Section Four. : been shattered by a spirit of intolerance. They are destructive -
for the afternoon, Mrs. W. S.
Twentieth Century club met | Jennings, of Jacksonville. Mrs.Tenning's of order and progress at home and a dangerto TroubleFree
evening at the home NOTn'I: mtAi)i-xmi) IdlllaI131IETIN(1 :
., \ address will be on "Edu peace and good will abroad. No better example exists -
. Inman. : :
. of Mr and Mrs O. M. Ir | cations." All members
( ore especially -
r, The rooms opening ensulte, were An election of olflcera will be of toleration than that which is exhibited by those
i urged; to attend this meet-
:!- decorated with chrysanthemums of,I ing. Hostesses for the afternoon ield by Bradford Ladge F. &: A. who wore the blue toward those who wore the gray. ( Foot ComforDemonstration
Scores were kept1on H. next Monday evening, Decom-
various shades. : .IMcsilameH: : L.kA. Davis, J. M. Our condition today is not merely that of one people I _
old fashioned 10th at seven-thirty o'clock.
designed >er
tallies as
Alvarez K. I... IJIgg/ Florence E.:
t :
girls. Mr. N. Sternberg, holder L'anova, J. L. Peek, U J. Davis n. Vll members are urged to attend.P. under one flag, but of a thoroughly united people who j
of high for men, was given a pair M. Barefoot W. M. have bitterness and which threatenedto
C. Jones, of Gainesville, and U. C. seen enmity once :
J. \V. Andrews I IJr. J. M. Mitchell, Secy.
socks Mrs
of silk !
holder of high for ladles, received -j Livingston"' of Tampa. sever them pass away and a spirit of kindness and : Thurs. Dec. 13by

a bridge set. Dr. und Mrs. ,| .- good will reign over them all.
n.! K.: H. ii.Ill'TS: :: OI"I'I) ('Iit.i' North Florida
):. Li. Biggs were respectively ( r an Expert from ChicagoThrough'
soled'with sandwich Ret and 'on-1' The above is one of a series of statements by national Crooked or over
Monday evening at the Masonic Free of Ticks lapping toes, corns,
The guests were nerved
naiad, saltines, picket and hot mil, the Slarko chapter of the Or- leaders sent to the Telegraph by the National Editorial ealluuiet or bunionif the courtesy of Dr. \Vm.
Jer of Eastern!: Star held their Association
chocolate.Those: I 'egular '! ,,:'ucJ\'atl"lI\ In l'I'I'r| Unit of Slnff' M. Scholl, the famous foot author-

:Mrs. E. L.playing Biggs/: Mr.were und: Dr.Mrs.and J.'V. After meeting less session, the Nears I Knil.: ity, we will have at our store, on the above
t Andrews, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. K.: lection van held of as officers follows for;: the new year More than :40 per cent of Florida m date, a Foot Comfort Expert from his own

Burns, Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Peek. Mrs. Ina White Worthy Matron will he tick-free on December Palmetto-Oil flpw increasing ai: completed. staff, for the special benefit of our patrons
Mr. and Mrs 1C. C. Hitch Mr. and 1.L when the federal quarantine( ism local oil well.Jacksonville.Permlt. I Valrlco-New machinery Installed -
Carl Knight, Worthy Patron.
V Mrs. -I'. F. Stump, Mr. and Mrs. N. Mrs Verdle Futch. Aunt. Matron. lifted from eight/: counties of the Issued for' in Glngsway; Groves Plata here This_ ;Expert is thoroughly trained in Dr.Scholl's .

Sternberg andvMIss. Mabel Weller. Miss Madge Mlddleton, secretary state where eradication of the cattle -, (construction $ 5OOO apartmeni: Plant City-Many citrus growers scientific methods of correction. Hewitt
fever tick has been In progress building.JacksonvilleDullding. in this vicinity installing over
Hl'IMUSK H1IOWKIIrou : Mrs Eva Anderson, treasurer, By March 1. the state believes, permits I i head irrigation equipment. make an analysis of your foot trouble over

lutiiuM'XucTHonoring : : lh'lI.Iae! ireen, Conduct rests. the entire northern half of the totaling $63,000 Issued here during I Orlando-New canning factory your stockinged feet, and show you, from the

Miss-Slnah Moore, a )Mrs Mae Wells Associate Con- state will be nearly free of the / one day. of located here employs 300 people. Pedo-graph prints he makes of your feet, just
ductress.voomiKx. lick. Eradication work Is to begin Ar'adla-Constructlon new Belle Glade-Temporary repair
k December: bride-elect, Miss and Amy Mrs,, In this section soon after the first amphitheater here progressing work completed on dykes around what ails them. He'll then demonstrate how the
Mrs D.
Moore \ ) ('lIte'1.1': of the year. rapidly. lower end of Lake Okeechobeenear
latest Scholl
Dr. Foot Comfort
Julia S. Kimball, sister and aunts i improved Appli-
The state live stork sanitary Vero Deach-New refectory and here.
of the brlde-eloct, respectively miscellaneous entertained -- Grove No. 278 Starke Woodmen board will formally declare a quarantine ( dancing pavilion will be erected Tavarell-New recreational playground ances or Remedy relieves you of every foot pain
i shower at a at the home of ?hisaMoore's I Circle, will meet Tuesday' eve- on Nassau, Duval. Clay, shortly : opened! to public. .and enables you to walk with perfect comfort.
and Mrs. L.. ning.Dec. lllh at 7:30: o'clock. Bradford, Gllchrlnt\ ) and Levy counties Lake City-Preliminary surveys Tampa-$50,000 new orphans'
parents Mr. Lena Oversetreet, Pub. Chm. at its January meeting In for sewer extension and Improvements home dedicated In this city. No charge is made for this valuable ser-

V, Moore, Friday assembled evening/at eight Jacksonville Preliminary work is in this place. Mulberry-Atlantic Coast Line vice. Don't miss coming here on the above date.
The guests' at the 1,1', I). ('. KM-KltTAINKI: : : now under way In these counties. Avon Park-Florida United Railroad Co., will Inaugurate service -
o'clock and were Miss .\T 1I01I.OItIItS.: :. : W.\1.1. Growers Inc., plans erection of on new Perry cut-off Decem- FREE SAMPLES
E door by the hostesses and -----L- Beach street from Cottage to Vo-
and pot new packing houseJaclsonvlllePhnll* ber 4.Iynn. Come in and get a free sample of Dr. Scho11'sZlnop.deorCornL
Ethel Moore. Cut flowers The W. T. Weeks Chapter, U. T>. lusla avenues will be decorated on Haven-City streets being
in They the Instantly
for progress atop pain
formed I the decorations of colored
Dec. 1 with streamers
plants entertained Wednesday at
For onstrurtlon of Flagler Me- Improved. and remove the IAuse-friction and pressure.
the living" room where the guests ternopn at the home of Mrs W. L. electric lights strung parallel with ; Brooksvllle-Kast Broad street
morial Boulevard between Juckionvllle -
were entertained, and during the Wall, Mrs. Wall and Mrs. n. A. the sidewalk on both sides of the being paved.
Beach and county line.
evening a musical program was Weeks being hostesses at this street, and with Christmas treesIn TampaFirst unit of Tampa'snew STERNBERG'STHE
and St. Augustine--PIggly Wiggly
given.: Several popular guitar/: pleasant gathering. front of every store, accordingto / dollar packing
store St. George street three-million
by the grocery on
banjo selections were given During the business session. the plans completed at a meeting enovated. and cold storage plant completed.
Hundley Sisters, and Miss Mildred president appointed the following of local retail merchants of Daytona : Florida Public Utilities announces
the guests with two Ocala-Marlon county fair will
Gill favored committees to serve for one year: Beach. i iHRISTMAS or preser-
Days"' and '"Nothlu ]e held hero November 2730. special process
solos, "Gray" accompanied by Miss Credentials-- O. L. Bean- Daytona Beach First unit ofIty'a ving citrus juices by use of elec- r !
nut Love, ley Mrs. P. E. Canova and Miss aPasgutma..walterol
Abernathy A violin solo, : cement paved broadwalk tricity. t ..
Ethel: arlflln: 1 t
"Traumeri." was beautifully rendered Music-l -}\h'lI. I by Miss Gulssle Mae Bennett Finance committee for three

accompanied by Miss Aber- month9--Mriy J. W. Andrews, Jr., 1928l'C

iatny. Mrs. Louis H, Hill and Mrs. George '
A musical romance In the form n. Flynn I w 1vT ADS I F't
of the most
of contest was one Officer for.: 1929: I
of the evening,
interesting\ features I
President-Miss Amelia Ray, I
:Mrs. Raymond winning first prize 1st vice president-Mrs. O. L. o'
and Miss Mildred GUI second, each nensley. ; +

prize being f\111 ttlnty handkerchief.The 2nd vice president-Mrs. J. W. all t 1
gifts wets, presented to the Andrews Jr.Secretary'Mrs.. ,.= 3w

honoree) by her cousin David A. Z. AdkIns. t I
who acted 0s a WesternUnion I,
jllgpe Treasurer-Mlaa Ethel Grlftln.
messenger Inv Miss Moore Historian-Mrs. R. A, Weeks I

was the redple1\t' of many wih I i..lovhely Registrar/: --Miss Alive Ray II I
gifts from her UiIiUIJ!! C. of C Director-Mrs.: George

much happiness\ Roberts, of Lnwtey. SUBSTANTIAL :

Late In the evening refre.hment", Assistant C. of C. Dlrector-

of sandwiches wltU wj.0n; waR ser .
-(1 l l>y MiM >.:ny Mooi j assisted! b;' \' --:--- -- -. .. :-: ---I= ; THEHELPING FELLOW
Jtllsa dna Hutto. Favors were tiny .

"oouquest( of violets and! fern tied I I .!.t The lad who opens each pay envelope and takes
ribbon. HANDWhatever
with rose Automobile ,
Those invited to this lovely affair to out a stipulated amount to be added to his savingsis :

,were Inea; Misses Abernathy Blanche, alderman it is you may want, our classified columns the one who in a little while, will have the cashto

Sullen Gladys Williams. Mildred .. Owners put forth a helping hand to aid you in attain- buy a home-go into business or take advantage
Hutto. CJussle
Clll.nett Edna Mildred and Sunshine Hund ing your desire. I of one of the many opportunities that cross his

leY Pearl Manning Myrtle Strick I Whether you want a position or someone to work path.

Mitchell land\ Ruble Amelia Mae and poppell Olive Maude Ray 1929.automobile license tags will be ready for you; whether you want a home or sell one; I .

and Audrey and Patricia Lambe. for Distribution Dec. 15th, and can be Secured whether you have found something you want to A regular saver builds confidence in himselCI -

Mesdames J. S.E.Butler.W. Hayes L. O.C.Powell M. In- I I at the office of Peek Realty Company ,I return or have lost something you want returned, I that's the big thing.
man. is always -
P. E. Canova Chas. Overstreet, on and after that date. Secure your tags the helping hand of our classified columns I

Herbert Hart \V. A. Honhom, U.M I issued to extended you. I Our service will please you-save with us.
Prevatt, M.\ II. Lang of Jack- f! early and avoid the rush. Tags I

lIonvllle, J. Hv Lord. G. P. Ray residents of Bradford and all other coun- The expense of advertising in our classified columns ; ,I

White mond L.A,S.J.Hutto.Wilkinson Nat Williams G. C. : I U Si' is very slight; only 1 cent per word. The results i BANK OF STARKEI

Fred Flume, A. U. Moore, J. II. ''I are always more than satisfactory IBRADFORDCOUNTY I i I

Hundley. J. H. Moore, n. B. Alvarez The Bank of Helpful Service' I II
0.' W. Alderman. i.. M. / ''MARGARET I LONG !

Thomas and L. W.e Klckllter. I; I STARKE, FLA. 1 1I

Palm City-Ulds opened for Slate Tag Distributing Agent TELEGRAPH :
draw span for Palm City bridge i I I I

and new Olympia bridgg.SttiarbImprovements. i i II --
OD. 4th I --. .-' --

m' litreel bearing completion. ,


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75 ZS 5'52525'uB7525'u2 2525Z:.'. ZS u'75'S ',, :Jland! :Mrs Dale 11. Vaill ,>l lof. H''of Sheriff and Mrn! W J Epperson. ;' ,'alUns80l'1I1I1"n held in Orlando .t..J )Yt1.....0........".. /: IN )11.''Ioltl.\

Gainesville, wore week-end .. .. I lust wiek. .. ... : ZIFF : I -
I -- d III ,
t guests; of Mrs.. Vansickel's parents I --- -- -- II1Pl1IlIn' of :\\1.: A. I)a\ls. '
I Miss OiNil. I.eHli:I, rur, '/, 1 1t
Bits of I('Sheriff and Mrs. W. J. Epperson. Col. and MM. J. C. Adklns of Among those attending/ the "Flor-' ship departed' this life Dec. J,

Gainesville have been< frequent Ida-Washlngtan-Lee footbatH game ........................ :!iI.

[ Col. and Mrs. J. I.. Frazee and visitors to Starke for the past ten In Jacksonville Thanksgiving" wetMr. I' \.. -

fI.", r +'andson, Taylor Belcher, were days on account of the illness of and Mrs. J. 1\1. Davis, Mr. and I Services were' held at Deedirh Snf '0 one knows how we miss you.
Mrs. G. Kirk Lewis Mr. and Mrs. unlay and Sunday by th,' pnstor, :MKs
guests last Thursday of Dr. and !Mr. Adklns' parents. you more and more;

IcA1: J".teTs Mrs. O. 1'. Llkln of Lake City. II. C. Wall. Col. and Mrs K. M. Rev. Taylor' of Hampton. My thoughts are always with you, p
Johns Mr. and Mrs C. A. Knight. Mr. J. \\ Lewis and HUH ;Jojinne. No matter where I go.
--r Mrs. Harriet Peek has returned Misses Margaret Long Florence wore business. visitors. toStarko 1
is spending
Mrs. W. J. Epperson ;
Concerning Our People Business andprogress this week In Jacksonville with her I to her home here after, enjoying and Elizabeth Andrews, and Dr. Saturday IIflel'nllon.IIr. ., Time cannot heal (hat wounded
a. months visit in :Miami\ wither 1}. S. Carroll. and Mrs. II. H. Howard 1
of the County and Town. and daughter-in-law Mr. and heart
Kon-lu-law and daughter !Jr. spent hit Sunday nt Fairbanks
I :Mrs. H. L. Epperson.Mrs. Or fill the vacant chair.
----. and Mrs. C. F. Sayles-_ Mrs II. n.Iny.: of Hampton with air Howard's mother :Mrs'' 1 K. We miss your kind and loving" face.

's' ,7Titbit 5(152.! : -5t5s2525'Su25Z5Z5py-. C7570caC ruv Hogan[ Smith and daughter; was a visitor to Starke Wednesday. (toward We miss you everywhere. i
?o5y' 5"' Mrs. Mill! nines and little sons,
r r. and Mrs. K. L. Biggs; and alt
I were
of City
Doshla Sampson
IIEI'OUT: I Mrs. 11. H. Lang of Jackson- W. Andrews. Jr.. are spending a while with Mrs.
Mrs. J. spent
I{ ''vllle shopping In Starke Tuesday after Green Surrounded: by friend, we are
was a week-end guest; of her Thanksgiving day In Jacksonville Approves linos'1 !!mother Mrs. S. L. Present" lonesome

.n No. 28-Dec. parents. Kir. and Mrs L. V. Moor noon. and Mr. Dock Thomas of Urooker(
lat. attending: the game Iii, midst. of pleasure we are blue
Fair. :Hoover's Trip was In our section, Sunday. ,
I the Florida State A ttmilo on our fare still a heart
Mav' \tni. Prectpt Francis II. Thomas, of Waldo, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Andrews Sand Mr. T. D. Dyul Hint Mr. Butt ache.Aching I
42 was a business Mrs. J.Iary Wynn spent last
to Starke Prescott were attending l to business
t i 51 Wednesday morning. Thursday in Jacksonville attending We ask our patrons to make an Congressman; R. A. Green Just In Sturke Tuesday and longing for you.

t appointment at once for portraitsfor before his departure for Washington .. ;
Fair.F. ,
55 the Florida State Mr. BUI lllues of Cooler t'onl.-
t I I Christmas delivery. Please do today out the following What is home without a mother;
-- 61 42 Mr. and Mrs O. N. Canova of i spent! the week-end here with his "
I : not delay. All kinds of beautiful statement: All the things a world run send,
:, CO .23 Waldo were visitors to Starke F. Stump left Tuesday for wife and sons. I
Hoover" Bros. Studio.W. llent-ele't For when we lost you mother,
designs. Pre
new "In opinion
1I ,.I 54 .40 Tuesday afternoon.Mr. Eustis where he will spend the remainder my Mr. and Mrs. J.V.. Lewis andihlldren. [ loot best friend. I"
I Hoover's trip to Latin America! my
; 1 56 .10 of the week looking aftr spent last Sunday at
t I P. Randall of Tampa "spent' will mean more for America than
Tr. .
59 and Mrs. J. S. with
their daughter
; : Butler spent his business interests there. Grahnm nntauinlaw
God In his wisdom has recalled(
week-end In Starke with Mrs. anything since the late President
Monday the '.
afternnoon visiting 1 in biri\ and Mrs. 1.i
The soul In safe In Heaven
who has been spending Wilson's trip to Europe. Continuing
______1.21 Waldo. Handall
: u1 a Mr. and Mrs W. G. Strlngfel-;
1lnfal : several days here with her parents, Mr.\ Green said: Dynl.Mr. \Friends may think you're forgotten -
low and children of Palatka, were Fred Johnson of Graham
K I, kilter's. I A. A. Durden and Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Alvarez. Mrs "We must cultivate the friendship here with Mr.Rufus 4
ye ar and daughter, visiting relatives in Starke spent' last Sunday (
Handall accompanied her husband "good will and patronage ot' Bui the wound ax fresh today.As .
Hilda, ot Hampton. ..were visitors Lawtey Sunday. I and George. Prescott tho ,
I day you passed away.
Central and South ; we
business back to
J. BIK"- was a to Starke Friday mprnlng.. should lead these counties to look Mr. George Prescott was attending i Written by her daughter, Mrs.

.Lak'' Blilier' '1 Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert C. Mitch and their to business In (Brooker Saturday. A. K.: Ward.
of Mnhitch's Misses Blanche Alderman upo'n the the United States as I .
Thanksgiving guests
Claus Letter Mr. and Mrs. H.-O. Brttwn and were ; iii. Alice Fernandez and John Powell. protector and friend; as the "great .
eou' Ullfa children of Punta Gorda'J) were visIting parents, Mr. and Wesley Stearns and Paul Knight; market in which to buy their !Mr. I. O. Lewis was visiting In i C'HI.\ OF. THANKS 'j

1M 1'pI"jraph friends in Demaree of Gainesville. and to Graham Tuesday. I
y Starke last TYfday. were In Jacksonville Wednesday manufactured necessities" '

spent the ["i and Myrwln afternoon for their music letmons sell their raw materials. This rich Mr. 11. B. and Lyon Crosby. 1\lIs-1, '\'e'IMh (o extend our thanks ID

hla Tampa Redgrave with relatives.Xmus M. }<'. Wiggins; i na'val' l stores operator Jackson Misses Myrtlce the week-end In Ba- at the Jacksonville College of Mu trade and patronage which has ed through; here Wednesday.F.VKKC3RKKX thnKwho were so kind (o us dlir- !.

jU of New spent been enjoyed largely by European: lug the sick nesa and death of our !
River was a, business with their mother sic.
Ga. .
fireworks at visitor to Siarke Friday. onion, I nations' should be turned to the -- mother and grandmother, Ant also } ,

wr Mrs W. T. Jackson. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Roue and United States." ........................ we wish. to thank Drs. K.1 : 1.. Blggi .

ere. I Mrs. L. 111(1V.. B. Parks. : .'.
Hilda and .
B. F. Ilazen of Gainesville Bard, has returnedto little daughter '
was Miss Eleanor 1:
and Miss Mrs. A. I':. Ward and chlldnn
Syrd ni Graham, was i a a liiislneHs visitor to Starke last her home in Palatka after C. Ray, all of Heddlrk .\\r.\itiM ito.vn U c'USTH.U"I'The (Mm.: K. A. Roster Cor.) 4. .___ ':

Monday. Wednesday here with Baker, of Michigan were guestsTuesday .
Stark afternoon spending several days at the home of the Misses board of bond trustees ofhadford ........................ Shipments of lime rock front
---- Miss Eva Marcotte. the Grain territory have shown a'I
x11! n Kickllter's.spent Mrs Herbert Hart has\ accepted Ray on N. Walnut street.O. county, Florida I met Mrs. Maggie l Forsyth aid can Increase of approximately CO) per

a. position as teacher In the Brooker Mrs. Julia S. Kimball left Monday I Tuesday In regular session with Euiceiut, were visitor lu StarkeVednesduy I I'enl I within the past few days, u-

.;I Barv.". Sunday in school J. for Glen dale. Maryland where M. In man left Thursday fort the following members present : J.It. \ of last week. i "'ordlng' to F. B. Lnngley. district

'ja with mends she will enjoy a several weeks visit several days visit to l>a spent In Ultch W. K. Torode R. A. Mrs Hester Supp spent several' superintendent of the AilantliCo.mt -

I I T. W. Markey'of hooker was, I with relatives Richmond Vu. and< Washington. Weeks Upon motion Mr. Torode days of last week at the. Stale Line [Inquiries' clueing thin

Inzel "i Waldo, was a attending to business in Starke 1) C. Mr. I n in an was accompanied lu-U'd I as chairman pro tem. Farm tha guest; of Mr. and Mrs.A. shippers arH to the effect tWit or

iItO'' 'In<> Starke Friday afternoon. ". Mrs. Blanche Taylor who has as tar as Jacksonville by Mrs. In- !Minutes of the last meeting were B. Rosier. I throe months at least. I

OndaY'1 ,. been spending: the past! two weeks) man. read and approved.A Mr. and 1Irs.VIIII. H'dll..hl1'e. I
In Wal -.------- petition was filed by K.: K. announcing the arrival of a daughter '
home -
returned to her
.1 I 'tn'' .11( Miss Eunice Hazen 'of rooker.was ,, here
.. I I Mrs. Olga Ward, Ciillahun. of Norman and others requesting the born Wednesday Nov. 28th.Mrs. !! .
shopping In ,,( Wednesday.
Hun /Starlf Friday
4 morning. .. \% Orlando watt visiting; friend: In board l to construct a road frontsad .1. S. Rosier was. u visitor. to CENT A %ran

at] Mi> .1. If. Lawrence, Mrs Cyrus Slslrunk of Jacksonville Siarke lust Tuesday before leaving: 5 near J. G. Crews' place to Stnl'lIepdlle8dtY, of last week.Mr. .

the week-end In Starke the latter part of the week for I rniul 4 near the I..ewiMVlIkerllon and Mrs. Roy Siiunders andbildren
ae Heights./ were visitors Frank Mitchell of Lakeland. was spent
Slstrnnk n. C., where she willis lure. Petition was tiled l for future of Jacksonville, spentliankagiving COLUMN .:.
,trneeday I afternoon. a week-end guest of his uncle and with 1>lr. and Mrs. G. M. Washington; t'ongress-I .. ___..____.
I I aunt. Mr. and Mrs. J. :M. Mitchell.J. and Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Futch. assistant secretary to !; reference. date fur receiving / hero with relatives.Mr. Foil BENT:; 7-room house" good
R. A. Green. This being mid Ill rsVflllOnl Prlngle.announce ; .
ill sizes at } lck man .
R.A. .
.n rnndltlon on MadHon street
1 JackHoiiville --- --- bids on road !9 ext. tho : rival of son, hurt,
Hall of the u
A. II. -
D. Doyle of Green" Cove Mr. and his ( II -2-lf.:!
visitor Starke and E. M. Hntto of Ocala Your portrlat: aa ChristmasKlft wai awarded to C. I. Carter, November. :SOlh.Losllo I ---.-hose.--- -- -- -
--- Springs, was a to
(D llnnson of Baldwin, during the weekend.Mr. spent the ThanklllIvh11holiday: in has a personal touch that no hl"lnlthe" : lowest bid filed Tho McClellan[ Joe Morgan! FOIl llKv'r': Small cottage I onu

!II.Je: ,visitor, to Starke I Starke at the home of Mr. and :Mrs, other gift run have. Make nn appointment letting of the contract was however C'heathem and! Cohen I'eclo nth'llll-1 \Musk Ln! : paved street." $10.00( ,, '

.' and Mrs. I. W. Plnholster I.. S. Hutto. now and! lea your portrait conditioned tho adjustment \ ed I (he party. given at Mr. I I.,. Har per month. It. J. \Davis. ll-io-tf.:

I friends a visit at of right of way llfferencvson night.1Vuldn _. .
pay your ris' Friday -- -- --- -- -
Olllver of
and Mrs.
--- Drooker were
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Boyer and Christmas: lime.' Hoover Bros dttidto. ; said road Prlngle was thrown from FOIl SALEFour: burner Nesco
( to Bend In visitors to Siarke Monday.
t urge your
1 1us Letter now to the -- little son, C. F. Jr.. of Jacksonville i The board adjourned to the next a mule last Sunday morning and oil stove. A bargain./ "See O. \V.

>I. Norman Ives of Ocala was visIting were week-end guests of Mrs.Boyer's regular meeting.. was seriously hurt. -White_ ____ ll-iO-2t:\.. :!
Mrs. J. I). Knnli: student of Mrs. Rulford Starling
Mr. and William Mr. and
friends In Starke during the parents, Florida accompanied iiKititir.H: : c'OMIN(; iv J. H. LOUD & ('0., will buy all

I,Slve ,a tho place for flree week-end. C. Manning.Mr. the University of J. W. Morgan and little daughter, of lllitlilniid.wero kinds, ot clothing; Hull Is. In Roodcondition.
by Mr. and Mrs.\ visitors. to Evergreen; Sunday
anil the Thanksgiving holiday M. W. Lee Jr., who has one andonequartl'r of the State Farm, : Children's: out grown;
of and Mra. Va (Winters spent A. B, Roster
--- F. B. Jah Gainesville, was to Htruwberrlen Ilium nnd underclothing If
Florida planted
|. E B. Wells and W. a visitor to Starke the first of the three children of Jacksonville, In Jacksonville\ at 'the : Theresso acres was In Starke: was tilt guest of his grnnd-motlier; wliole and' K In Starke visiting Fair. at J. S. Rosier Sunday.Messrs. .
Thursday State
lot l-awtey were visitors week, spent last Iltl.I
-- Wednesday, with three fine nuarts ami household goods-. .:
Mr. and Mrs William S.Motes. --- Wilkinson and Trulller -- n__ -
"Tuesclaafternoon.. I Mr. and Mrs. Stanley C. Cornelland ot berries, the first to report with of Maxvllh', spent Monday eve- I llerinuda
--- Paul l:. Canova of Jacksonville this section. FOR "HAUO: -Crystal wax
of In
ai IIrsV.: E. Torode ofeere spent Sunday In Starke with his ---- little son, James Frederick, berries In quart lots his entire nllllwith: ('. A. Prlngle.Mr. ; Onion Plants, $ I.liO per 1000.

among the visitors\ mother Mrs. Florence E. Canova. Mrs. Julia II. Eastman of Or- Ormond. were guests last Thursday Mr. Lee stated that and that heIUlll and Mrs. l.. Grim of Stnrke, A. 1'I Schnell. Lawtey. !It t*
arrived Carnell's parents Mr. patch wan full of fruit week-end here" relatives. -
K Tuesday angeburg, South Carolina of Mrs. spent the witty \ -- ---- -------

.. __ I Mrs. Kqullla; Jones of Graham here last Friday to spend several and Mrs. F. A. Scott. Mrs. Carneli 1'0I1lpleledllan" for protecting ._._r.a--w---w.+S.
for a from severe cold and _.
over least .
Interests remained at part --
!*!Ia \\nli-h. of Plant City, was "whopping, In Starke Monday at- days looking after her business and little\ son ns an experiment r
visit. fronts this i'itisuvri.iti.\\: :'
Ingmenda In Starke last!! ternoon., here longer to determine If he could secure Say it with Flowers

I Ifa G. W. Hinaon. county commissioner Joseph Thomas a student of the Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Johnson, left sufficient! berries during the (Rev. George H. l.owry!, pnstor > Flowers For All

Atlanta Dental College, Atlanta I the latter part of last week fortefr holidays to cover the added cost 10 a. in., Sunday school. Mm. J.
kMillan attendingto
[ was attending to of Hampton was field
Ga. spent the week-end in Starke I home In Americas Georgia; He plans to have the entire M. Truby, supt. Occasions -
< Jacksonville In Starke Monday ,
Weclnes4d business
!! extreme
with his parent, Mr. and Mrs. K.M. ; after a 8evE't'al-days TlsM{ herewith prepared for covering In 11 a. m.. Morning!; worship .,

I Ilg Thomas. I their son-in-law and daughter Mr.and cold weather and heaters for Rev. Dr. John F. Shepherd, I'res- --
and .
Mrs. I'V.. Hayes i
| :Nlmmo -r-;; Hampton, children Mr. spent Thanksgiving In'I' Mrs. Robert F. Uemorest. keeping the temperature above (Ihedalll1er byterluu Synodlcul executive will Gertrude CodbeyAnderson

leftthe .. line.
H. A. Green --' I ; preach.
mentis, In Starke Sun- Jacksonville, attending the Florida Congressman; Friday
latter part of last week for Ton want real portrait Instead On the Plant City platform 6:30: p. m., Christian Endeavor,

State Fair. Washington D. C. to representthe of merely a good photograph.They prices paid for berries' ra njpdfrom Miss Lydia, Scott leader.No -

congressional district lltUe--mean HO much. $2 to $2.25 per quart the average evening preaching service on Phone S9 Waldo Fla.
second cost so
Belle Carter of Law- Eloise Gerry of
Dr. JOl'kson-1 being $2.10
Hoover for lire day
now. price of tho Evangelistic meetings -
the next nesnlon of congress. Make an apoplntment account
Bopping in Starke Mon- ville. Is spending this for the 184 quarts shipped _.
Starke at the Starke Forestry office. Bros. Studio. quart _.__at the__tent._ _.nn __ __..- -=-- -

Mrs. S. F. Hamrlck returned and little out. .. _'_"_'_'_'_"_'_'_'_'___'_'_'_'___"_"_'_'__1llUN1'ING
Price of Ocala was visltm Sunday from Sebrlng, where Mrs. P. M. Barefoot -ITV C'OMIT })()l'IUrf
with her BonInlaw Sara. are spending! ; this IS I1KKK
,m Starke Wednesday tire Maud Blackburn of South the week-end daughter, beIng -- SKASON I
daughter. Mr. and Mrs. week In Tampa, Mrs. Barefoot -
'IIOUle 10 Jacksonville.' Jacksonville spent Sunday herewith and Nathan Thomas reckless driving -

her son and daughter-in-law, J. C. Kampley. railed there on account brother of 3.the L.Surre11cy. : discharged Buy good fresh heavy load smokeless shells,

14 pit no salesman, of Jack- Mr. and Mrs. Raymond.. Buford. serloua \Illness of her Roger Davis, reckless driving; shipped direst from factory at low cash price:!
L 'T' ,.- -- Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Alderman forfeited.
a visitor! to Starke $10 bond

-as )I|I Alice Mrs.Langford W. J. Epp spent!,son Friday and Mrs ar-, I'V.u.Judge. J.- J'.pperKIJIl A.. Z. Adkins atlennerdl .lAt and. .. Sheriffthe fn. MISII Blanche ","Aiti-.1 erm-a.>..In...n."t.,Tallahassee __n.- and Rich costs Williams and nine, days disorderly on streets.Cliui. ; $5. DeWitt C. Jones

0. J. Byrd witl, of,P. M. Padgett of Palmetto the Thanksgiving holiday violating traffic
and ,Mrs. John) ternooti In Gainesville I of friends at the Roberts
rot' Graham, were visitors friends. :' InJLnKV Butler Wednesday. the guest ordinance; $1 and costs.

r MundayJ ,'''. State College for Women, spending! Paul Balsden, disorderly; $5 HARDWARE

I I s. Wilbur A. Sr 'of I'<' M. I3arby of Starke arrived the tAtter part of the week In Mar- forfeited.
-- Mr. and weekendwith nrother-in-law-und: l bond -... -
J your Santa Claus letter DeLand were ThaioJLww.+'ln* !g J'C'tits ayf'to spend the la nna with her Lem Goodwlne, resisting an officer -
and sister Dr. and Mrs E. R. Mar h1mrn. MiIUIIlOIIIIIIYIIIOUhIIIIYYYIaIINI.IIIaIIiIIIIpKI51IiS1eli ? ./- '
wsraph Ind l Jls> ) sister forfeited
to appear In the -'Of- Mr.. Scott'sMrs. p .it ; $25 bond
'Dwember! + t tl' Mr. and trs. H. C. Rlchard.Palatka reckless driving; -H I
| Dixon
21at. I Fred A. Scqftt ty",",,;I' alion. I Dally Times. $20 Oscar and costa C. WALLINSURANCE (

' Pearl? Snyder> -and; :Mrs. W. Chas. 11g El'61sr rland! I _----and- little G. A. Mnrcotte VersairieH, Miss\ Lena of Orange Marmite Johnny McClellan disorderly;
Middleton and A.
ill1btrl) wore visitors to Sheriff Brannen .t. aliktler,. Mrs. Karl: in $5 bond forfeited.
tille Wednesday afternoon. business visitors to Starke daughter, who have been recent Park spent! Thanksgiving Solomon DeSue, disorderly! ; $5 "
were of Dr. and !Mrs. W. K.: Mld Starke with the Marcotte family.

[ J lulla! Mac Peek-- Friday afternoon. dleton.guests returned to their home In Miss Louise Marrotte accompaniedthem :and costs.: ... r HTABKE, FLORID.tItep5r I
the -
'* Friday. back to Orange Park for a Illl"Tl4T the Rest insurance Companies
I in Starke with her sis- Miss GraceVp 4, dt f\wtey., i Cocoa I eats Lending

|<, Mrs/ Harriet Peek. spent the week-end In Starkewith week-end visitMrs F1HB. ACCIDENT, LIFE AUTOMOBILE BOND, LIABILITY
--- Mrs. Arthar I lfrV.: A. Sterns and daughter Sunday school at 10 a. m. Worship I
**ell -- her parents Mr. Louise Mrs. C. Cowles and Mrs. W. J. Epperson, Jr., spent at 11 a. m. ADJUSTMENTS: M.I UK: PKOMPTLYmummiWHwt I

| Tiirnlpaeed, of Me- Wood. L. A. Reynolds spent WednesdayIn last Friday in Jacksonville with Jio service In evening except<<: D. l'' I
.I'Mboen a recent guest of |i attended /IAl1_._ ( niWBiiiiffmiiij''niM"iiroiiSTARKE '' ( ,''YMIiMINUTAIIN. IWgtlNISIMMaIaISMa'lla. 1

-tJlr' -. F A. Sweezy. I Mr. and Mrs. A. J.Thanksgiving Thomas and .Jacksonville. a friends' luncheon, and given while by there:Miss DorothySingletary V. 1'J.. at 6:30 p.m. -, : ::

I. \ two children spent Florida Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Edwards of at the George Washington -
Ritch and Miss in Jacksonville attending the Eleanor FOLKS By J. E. CorpeningfQRPENING'S
.anll Mrs. M. I). Hotel honoring Miss
I',,* UnitH( spent Wednesday State Fair. Ellenton, and IIII' Harrellof ______._._ ________.____.___._._______._.. Jt ,
's -larksonvllle. Harrell. and Miss Geneva [}art. .
-- - -
I Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Wlmberly Brooker were visitors to Starke Klotz-who has PA 'M GOtMC" TO
Mill Margaret
I'your FINE /
Santa Claus lettera and little daughter have'rel'cntlymoved Tuesday.Mr. been spending the pant several j +eT SoME"fuaeER SAy/ Y SELL
e Tele:z; ui>b for the Clark bungalow on 'I
publlca to and Mrs. Wm. Agin and lit- months here where she was employed 6ooD5 AT -- 211 SE
treet. It.I
Cherry Wllllston\ have recently as private secretary to
tie son. STocK1NG5Too
;T5; returned to her home In J'' ?
Jr., moved here and have an apartment ,\. Green 1G I
? of Doctor's In. Mr. and Mra. J. F. Klckllter. of last .
?, house on Call P'ernandlna the latter part (
"sit,,, to Starke Wed- and two children left Sunday for at the Humphrey week. STORE GET

St. Cloud where they will residein street. .

II(-:-!Irs W the future. The business meeting of the Intermediate Many beautiful styles of por- BEFORE Xryir,

''''d in Wahlenberg Ethel Girls' Auxiliary\ of the ralts. Make an appointment right ..rN'EV6 .

III Qc''kin. week with Mrs. and O. J.Owen Griffin Griffin Miss spent Baptist church was held at the i way. Remember your friends can :

-- Griffin with rela- church Monday afternoon at four luy anything you can givethem a-
1dbergei Sunday in o'clock. txcept your portrait. That Is why

fine's of Lake Genera tives. cou should let your portrait pay ,1 CWe're r"1 .
v, ator to Starker Christmas . .cc'
who has friends a visit at,
A. B. Mrs. L. A. Reynolds ,
T. Osteen.
R. i
-- Mr. and Mrs. and G. W. Ha been enjoying a visit here with i.I me. Hoover Bros. Studio. :
and J. B. Surre'ncy E. F. Johns for 1 always willing to stretch a point to please
n"a) '1/ ., ';;; lain of Brooker were visitors to her mother. Mrs. Corpening's Drug Store 1 f
''ItJl1IeUme zen the past three week left Sundayfor A. J. Grif ls. superintendent- you. The opinion folks have of our merchandise, \
Starke with St&rke: Monday. Raleigh, N. C. lect of Bradford School accompanied 10Th c Store
her home In e Service
--. little ar<<: by H. D. May, of Hampon prescriptions, and saving prices is one that is (' ,

t forrett- Bead la Mrs. M. A.Palatka.Hodgson were and weekend Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Ultch and I t. A. B. Surrency and G. W. Ha- gratifying to us. Starke Fla. I
your I daughter, of attended the an-
C. Carpenter of St. Petersburg I:en of Brooker,
MWos liett'r to the Telegraph guest of Mrs. Hodgson's parents Mrs.' were guest last Wednesday I t.a..a. lual session of the Florida Edu- ._ I. ..... ___'_'_ _,_._ _._ ...... .._._ _._ .___._,_._.___._
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(By SOPlIIlJ; W. BTJRKIIIM: ) head. .\"?I '
: ,.. Gainesville Sun. a laugh. "I 1 :
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Farmers & Farming I U elrely I let I i I., \
4 Every afternoon during football WHOLE tin. ,

season when visitors are privileged summer "
Editor) I I II
(Agricultural to watch the Gator varsity The life .,,1 i ; ,.

-- ._ _' -.. -.- I squad at work on Fleming Field ball player I is i I"
to be found a single I lag to Dali', i
and Truckers Are Invited to Contribute Ar- there! la always : 'irl
Farmers high on between trips i
figure perched way up i ;III l)
ticles of Farm Experiences and Methods FoundTo 4y,. r r the very last row of the west side carry her liu-1-,> ,1",1!i |

Be Best Suited to Our Country stands. On closer view one discovers practices spec? :, II,);fiat
\ this lone figure to be an her studio d lr" \"

:a ?_ exceptionally pretty, slender teaches IIOUI'I"! ,'II,,!?
brown-haired girl whose snapping Is spent at I th uj

For Handling brown eyes miss not a single play in the surburhai: ,, ,It' ''I

Suggestions made by at least one Individualof where she pi<"mtu! pr'!
meals for item i L
the team.

Fruit In Coloring Room i Dale Two Vansickle years ago, a this budding New hero Year's of choice-for All.-- .rnrNEW .. cart

the. University of Florida gridiron :................

(By 11. E. Stevens, Senior Path attended 'a dance at the Palatka
Pig Club l BoyTins At the moment he : IUVE
oloal t, U. S. D. L., Orlando, Fla.) Woman's
just couldn't find anyone whom'hcnew Miss Ksslo: Snpp, (
conducted at Chicago Trip After introduce him, to whom, .
Recent experiments declared, was the prettiest ......4..v.....4.

the U. S. Citrus Disease Laboratory Five Years Effort V"T! 'SSasS SB&w as he girl later on the floor. So withoutthe I Mr. and Mi,> i \\ I

Orlando Florida, emphasize rf & ... : / rasss wski formality of. an introduction, children wen \ .HM,,| i iI

} the great Importance of close I Iq attention Althought it, iwgasB s / KBa ( : Vyrij KPi' >e.lS':. .. 4t or a "by your leave" he broke in I vllle Friday
to ventilation and dosageIn Jacksonville. on the brown-eyed curyhalredgirl \ I Mr. Hermle 1\.11\\ cud\

gas for coloring took him five years to do It ,Gordon \. 3 i 4 ,ry ; and ,for the rest of the evening Daniels were tisinni !ia,|
ethylene cvK.rul
using county 'u .. m9 C ;; for his partner.
Henderson Madison ?rrTr Tr7"//v f ifei4a claimed her Friday
+a.IV.w rr I
citrus Poor fruits.ventilation retard coloring .4-It club boy, finally won his free '" ., ... ,. d' .;:r, ,9 coo' ";" :.,;r'/iii; : .'/ aHl'Q"IZ..CHw' +rrR6" OrnxA.cbi.c -- Ten days later the Gator player I Mr.. and Mn, i i L I.dan1hter. i I.!

of direct Stick found It necessary to make a I !; Cssl mil Mi
the danger Live '
and Increases fruit. Kxcesslve trip to the International format call at the State College for Johns were vlsitiun \lanf

Injury to the retard rather Show and Club Congress in Chi Women, In Tallahassee, with visions Baldwin Sunday .in," 110'
of theylene gall
doses coloring, and may result cago. With six other Florida club of a little piano teacher ever; Mrs. Bell Johns ha bi j jsick

7 than In hasten Injury under poor condl- boya and W. T. Nettles district In the foreground. Notes and the list, but wi, ,inmprovlng ., xi I

.. tloiYft of ventilation. Stove gas contains agent!: ot the Agricultural Extension treble.cleff were forgotten In the rapidh
: : in dilute quantity Division, young Hendersonleft ,r exchange of frat and sorority pins, Mr. S. C. Crewt. and

I i and Is ethylene consequently less likely to here Friday night for Chicagoto j 7' but alas, the embryonic All-Ameri were visiting! Stark, Saij
of the Club Congress forced to resume
' trouble. A fair amount 'attend kilt11EA4'ca'a can material was ternoon.
: give is necessarily securedin Live Stock Show, which are in __ bE r3rt his work with his squad. In the Mr. and Mrs 0 F.and Tfl
ventilation this week. IA11Aky CT7DfL a'o'.IaaS. music teacher left for children til"business ,
blowing stove gas Into a room. Reunion o'.n o e2 spring the were
Damage may result from stove gas Each year a free trip to the ., Ii' r Cuba' and the football player for In Starke Sat|]
awarded the boy;
Club Congress ternoon.
used. New Mexico.
not properly
4 if To avoid coloring room Injury, who shows the grand champion a The afternoon of August 30., Don't forget the churl

to secure rapid coloring, and to barrow In the club pig departmentat PAS AALfIVwIAOi 1927, the State College lost one ofIts at New River church Su\\

bold down rot, observe the following the Florida State Fair Gordon 1 : favorite young teachers when erybody come.Motormen .
points tried unsuccessfully for this prize she assumed the name of Van- .

Air: the coloring rooms for four years in succession. This o0AA. bE0 Mei. sickle at a simple wedding in will get tuif
thoroughly every six to 8 hours, year, however, he has a different es1 6 4! O Jacksonville. And from that time Conductors will get bar nf|
tell, for barrows shown wife has carefully annual safety contest ot
leaving them well opened for an story to eqr on, Dale Vanslckle's
took the first three positions made at sonville Traction Comp:|
hour. Fans should be used to circulate by him watched every play
out. In this show. the Gator varsity will close on December
the air and blow It public practice by
Bradford ot Leon county tormen and conductors tilate
r between
spaces squad.
7 Leave three champion, : during the period ftember
of field bpxes. A false showed the reserve Yesterday Mrs. Vansickle was
the rows and also got a free trip to Chi '" feel most Important 7th without a c
floor with bottom heat or puttingone asked 'if she didn't
empty box at the bottom ot cago. Herbert Jones ot Nassau in the position of wife toone accident will eat turkeys
offered by the to their status with thethat
each stack helps the air clrcula. county won the trip of the greatest football players .
to rewanW
Fair to the boy showIng Is anxious
Florida State In the country. And the staggering
tion. Do not greatly exceed the'' the best barrow out of his own 1I ; was made "I'm almost who have good record
(2) reply
standard dosage of ode cubic foot 'club breeding pig. I FIRS r Loct pt LA 5fc JOWD..!' FLCOE_..... PCAJOf dead." Visions of a terrible Illness
r' of etbylene gas to 5000 cubic feet Two brothers B. E. Lawton of !' flashed through the mind of

to be given every Madison and A. S. Lawton of Nassau 1- _.,_ __,_ v_ t_. .iD."...>.__hut the._u _statement PAINTER'SSimon
of room space I1O I11L01 W ** **
i six to eight hours after thoroughly !: won..the trips offered by the ,\? KXGMSH COTT.UIK n.- architects. The composition Is unusual lotlne-llke aouoie-nung winauwa' was followed up with, "I'm almost
this Fair Association to the county CHARACTER and striking and the detailsare can itever possess. he might
airing the room, less than SIGN OP HARE dead of fright for fear
fruit from whose counties the 10best full of variety and interest. For all the character we find In All-American,
amount will readily color the agents St't'4I but n forty foot lot not after all, make Pure Cit
conditions are right, In a and second best breeding pigs Note the sturdy chimney base and the exterior design, the plans area I'll be satisfied with All-
If Other why and
The shown n. E. Lawton sent Arehts. glassed bay, that opens from the perfect compliment In practical proudof
room of average tightness. were ((13y fl. C. Hunter & Bro. Southern, I'm so dreadfuly
dose may be reduced as color de Ernest Young, a club boy, In his New York.) living room, the charming gate be- and livable qualities. Dale." Gem Farm Croll

velops. A 16 Knllons; measuring place, while A. S. Lawton sent The full flavor of the charming neath a stone arch that spans the Note the compact and conven- Last summer In order to keep In I

tank holds 2 cubic feet and Rhyden Owens. cottage style of rural England Is service walft.. the little bird home ient arranement of rooms with hall best training, Vansickle spent

charges this amount of dls-I The banks of Leon county, as a found' In this unusual house. oil the Lowe.\'able, the happy combination space reduced to a minimum. three months aboard merchant I FERTILIZEAre !

when charged to 16 pounds county 'award to the best dairy And further, it does not requirea of a variety of structural This house gives the Ideal combi- man In Germany, Holland and Bel-

sure on the gauge. It discharges : calf club member, sent Ceo. Ap- large lot to give a proper setting. materials, stone, stucco brick and nation of an artistic exterior, liv- guim, and his bride of less thana

i 1 cubic foot gas at 7 1-2 pounds I ttliorp. Ji.?; on the Chicago trip, The front measures thirty-one feet timber-these things are not accidents able Interiors and a practical plan. year was perfectly willing for

on the gauge. 3 cubic feet at 22 1-2 while the Marlon County award Chamber to the which with an additional nine feet they did not just of thorough happen. The l laundry, heater space and him to go-so vitally Interested "TIME TRIE1> ANDTESTED" ]
other ot Commerce, as an front- They are the result
and lot football career.
pounds on the gauge for n. driveway, gives a archi- such are In the cellar. was she In his
Amounts In like proportion. Fig ; bent pig club boy' In the county age of forty feet. Of course, additional !-' study on the part of the Complete working plans and "But I really oughn't to have

ure the required dosage for room I sent lien McLaughlin. on .the trip. frontage wluld give more tects. windows, used specifications of this house may be done It," continued his wife, "for AJ
size measuring Is all The casement saw Our Brands are the
feet I
accurately for the the open space but forty both obtained for a nominal sum from the first scrimmage ever
: attractive !
tank used. I II that Is really necessary. throUghout the outside. the building Editor. Refer to Dale in was the flrsfcytmd last time ledged Standard by
(3) Do not exceed 85 degrees r UCItAL COMMON: SENSE The design of the exterior has from wltblnand from House A-69. I have ever seen him carried from Grower of Florida]
F, anil have the heat throughout By Spuda Johnson I -Teen given much study by the I They have character; that gull- the field. I was simply wild with judged all fertilizednearly

the room as nearly even as possible. I fear when I saw him fall and forgetting forty years.
While fruit may stand 90 de- by the adult Insect. The female has been chosen. It Is said Miami; the rules of a real sport,, "Giving all we can fo

green F. It U rUky and not good IX'HOKS: : roil TilK KARMKIlIt's : : Lake and Madison gtrdler lays a number of eggs In will probably be the temporary ran down to where the boys were we get Instead! of gets

for the fruit. Humidity of about and when the last egg has white house for !Mr. Hoover in collected around him demanding we can for what W' ]
the twig
j the
85 per cent Is satisfactory. hard to tell which Is Divide Fair Honors then she comes mapping out his plans for the fu It he were badly hurt. I will never Is the policy o?
our runnlnir deposited
carefully to us, been
fruit very greatest pleasure of the players
Handle when one
((4) forget, PAIN
to avoid bruising with consequent water system, our electric back between last egg deposited( ture. .- told him his wife was with him, THE E. O. ]
spot and or radio which we Inatalle.1 Jacksonville Fla.Lake county and the trunk of tree and begins I FERTILIZERJACKSONVILLE
liability to green lights our Dally air passenger service linkIng that he answered, 'I didn't know
other forms of coloring room Injury a few months ago. At firsthe a newcomer, vied with Madisonfor the work of cutting off' the twig, the East and West Coasts ot was married.' The look of consternation F

e / Do not pick, while wet neighbors had a gossiping first honors at the 1928 Florida and completely girdles It and then Florida with Atlanta and Chicago, on my face was answer- =
attempt to color spell but now most of that crowltthe during the first wind these twigs
not' will be
( 5) Do which closed here Saturday via Jacksonville Inaugurated
than that always nag progress State Fair, the are blown to the
require longer ones I contlnlng eggs
fruit that will Jan. 1, by Interstate Airlines, .
coloring rooms; --seem to enjoy our radio a1much Lake took first on vegetables ground. It Is here In these twigs -
the been
72 hours in Inc., of Chicago it has announced ;
s 36 to 40 hours Is a preferable as we do. At least they comaround citrus, dairy products, home that, the Insect passes the winter. by Frederick W. Keith,
time. every now and then to "Us demonstration exhibit, chemically) Therefore It Is very simple I to of the -
maximum an official company. .
((6)) Fruit from groves badly infested ten In." preserved fruits sweet potatoes, greatly; reduce the number of girl .
with the stem end rot fungi And believe me, we are glad thave commercial canned by-products, lers that may be present next year, The recent frost that nipped the

should be allowed to color on the them because the radio willhelp while Madison got In the moneyon by; gathering and burning these tender vegetation and flowers and

; nt least to the point where such folks to get a broader 14 of the principal classes, winning twigs that have been cut off. It shrubs in various parts of thtale th'e

tree,more than 36 hours Is required outlook on life' and consequent); either first or second on mo'stof does not require skilled l labor 1 to also assisted materially in All io
for coloring. One day In a help our community. We sit tour > them. control this;insect. Colored labor ripening the citrus fruits. The ):

; room advances stem end rot own fireside and hear lectures, WhJlo there were not ns many and children can do this work as bean growers lost In many places .

I r warm much ns one week at temperatures sermons instrumental selections! county exhibits at the State Fair well as an expert. The big Idea but many of them have picked J

as below 55 degrees F. Unfortunately hymns, humorous and serious this year as there have been In Is to gather the twigs hanging In part of the crop and received the

I, the warmth required for readings, health talks and a llttlJazz some previous years, the qualityof the tree and those fallen to the .highest prices of any fall crops 1 In

r coloring I gives the very best conditions now and then. The world I Inot Is the agricultural products displayed ground and .burn them the history of the state. Florida of Christmas

for the development of utem so large when you can geweather was quite equal to or better If one will closely examine a growers after the loss of one crop

Further progress of rot I reports from Washington than the usual high standard.A girdled twig some idea may begotten can always go back and plant an
end rot. .. .
be slowed but not preventedby and hear a health lecture In Sa n.. wide variety of Florida's agricultural ot the great number otglrdlera other one with the idea of hittingthe

can cooling the fruit This Francisco without getting out ot \ products were displayedby that might emerge in the right market some time during
should be done and the fruit handled your thalr. Madison. Lake. Jefferson, Santa spring If these' twigs are not de the season. all the e
latest and the best Duval, Flagler examination one .
with least possible delay. We hear the Rosa Clay, Upon 0 0
Fruit from different groves on agricultural methods from all Leon, and other counties.A will\ find that the twig is punctuiedwith The constitutionality ot the legislative

((7) differently. As a precaution, ieperts the United States. The ex feature of the livestock show small holes and most of them act creating the state
reacts to find a 14 dairy club the leaf scar. It the game and fish commission and its
sample boxes through'a are always trying waa the showing of will\ be near
t run a few In educate and help the the result at these places; power to delegate certain authority th
filled coloring room new way to ('alves from Leon county hark Is lifted away thrill of e<
(' regularly of picking the crop to ace farmers and the radio certainly t Is of the co-operation of the the egg of the insect may be found.It In the enforcement of the'game
advance with County to find twelve laws has been upheld In a decision;
colors up promptly, a help to them. I banks of Tallahassee t Is not common
whether It unusual liability to col- Though the moon and the signs 'Agent Q. C. dodge in promoting and fifteen of these eggs In a single handed down by Circuit Judge s I
tree from not do with a seneiblman's the club The glrdler also attacksthe Pant C. AlbrItton of the twenty-
i Injury, and does have nothing to I the dairy Industry among twig.
oiluK room excessive stem end rot farming,' the weather does. members of the county. These 14 hickory, so If there happens seventh Judicial circuit of Sara- Yea

develop held for a reasonable chipping And our radio gives us the weather dairy calves were In excellent show to be any hockory trees near the 'sola county. New :
when reports dally. This exemplified good should be gathered from ,
period after leaving the color- and market condtloa and twfgs Florida la Justly termed the
may enable us to save a hay crop breeding and type. them also and bur-ned. Sunshine Statebecause It Islust

lug room.The worst damage comes or get better prices for our farm Orange County club members Information regarding this and that. This claim baa been
(8) little We don't have to set loving cup and Insect pests with which we
combination of too products. ; copped the silver other scientifically substantiated. A re- Sl'Ye1
:; ventilation from a too high temperatureand our clocks by guess any longer.out most of the prizes In the club poultry have to deal may secured the rent report of American Metero- in The
too much gas. Don't suffocate The Arlington time dally show.TWUJ county agent. loglcal Society carried the finding

r and kill the fruit. from Washington ot us look on farm CUUUI.KKS OX .'.:C.\X : Shewing at the Florida State I II that Florida has "the sunniest

Too many It Is not easy Fair at Jacksonville for the ,first, winter climate In the Eastern

I IL : work work as to be drudgery.sure, but the more we In practically every pecan grove I time, the vegetable and garden United States." It not only hasthe

I' WHIT ..'.\n 1 P1UM1KAM I1 'come In contact with the outside In Bradford county the presence products display of Lake County highest percentage of possible I Iwinter Anniversary'

_-----1 world and the more of the luxuriesof of the twig glrdler has been ob I carried off first honors In that sunshine, more than 60 per cent In
to Insect causes county taking and 70 per cent In spring, .
for us this with Madison
It la possible served. In places I group,
farm life
Following Is a list of for farm, the more farm considerably damage, and County I the second award. It was announced but It also has the most Intense
to be broadcast from WHUF 12. The have on are going to realize that in Agent RIckQnbaker has seen as I I i after completion ot the Judging sunlight of any state This Intensity
week ending December people and single twig of the agriculture In December, exceeds 50per
the 6:30to their business many as-ten nuts on a In that phase BUICK
: work,
la given from I their I which Is the highest Inthe
the also scored cent,
and from
farm program Standard Time, their life they are Just as fine that had been severed show. Lake county
In conveying
The Society
7 p. m., Eastern I anybody else. tree by the glrdler. first honors In the county citrus country.
Is 204 meters. noble as this Information, adds: .
i The wave length R. \V, water systems, lighting Now Is the time to combat this display with a score of 953. Clay '
I Dec. 8._"Fertilize Dr. The and radio sets In our country pest and reduce the- Injury that county was second with a total of "For thIs reason if no other, FlorIda With ltlt,,", '.c.. Bod'.' by Vrh.r
Experiment plants, Its place as a fine
chemist, claim
f Ruprecht, homes make them an Ideal would otherwise show up again In I 890. may "

Station. that Get In which to rear young peo next years crop of nuts. The good health resort. .
place Coolidge and prest'fitelect COMPANYVhra
;br Dec. 10."Dlaease8 Potatoes Dr. F. F. ple. We are closer to nature andGod resulting from control measure's President Hoover have both expressed Jacksonville--Daily mall service REGISTER MOTOR

Your Sweet punt patholo- out in the open this way and now will be observed next season. I desire to spend sometime Inaugurated here and Fort t.
Webtr, associate drudgery can be removedand And this Is how the Insect works a -
elation.e" If the this winter and every George.
wist. Experiment on club we can show them the beauty The presence of the Insect la shown in the state suitable tortheir Plant City-9.000-ege; capacity t Wlll >Ur

Dec. lZ."Obaer..tlon Florida State Fair," and Joy ot rural life, more of the I by dead and dying twigs that may I home In DM been offered Incubator; ,installed at Baywood Better AutMftObU.e' BuOt : holds
Work.at the girls will stay on th I hang In the tree or have fallen tothe occupancy .
club and Farm.
R. W Blacklock. state boy. boys ground. These twigs are cut to them but as yet no special city Poultry\ 7 -q
agent. Extension Service. I


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::--ERECTSRE I Historic Quebec; Rendez-vous for Winter Sports; Enthusiasts; ( .u -- --.J- 1

TOWERSMi'iWHWii I I JI Bon Echo, Wher e Indian Answers InJacksonville ian in Ontario I ;,

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+ '' Mi'iWHWii Ait' Fult/ ,,, i .. At Bon Echo! Inn. north of Kaladar, Con Echo la no exception to the ,

l'11)) rr \ h" r OLD QrJtBSC on the Canadian Pacific Railway you rule They bite,, or they do not oit*. :',j jAt

:ltf ,'I'n call the ancestors of the Iroquois the same time. Don Echo IMS if
undertaken In
'3 n-td the Hurons ant: you will get an bivuUl-mouU bass! which avurnge 3'l'l t
...I, Caving Its for\ '
ill -;' ., .. ansA-fr which may or may not be Iba. and but base! of the same nrwiai'irrn les I'

,/announce-datry' true; but If you do not get this echo 6-lb. Any man who has j

bar seven look- alI>wer. you can figure that the spirits ever caught a small-mouth pass. I .
ICIt f,I I' :1
'. used In protec- .
w .
: : 1 I' being establish- l

ts nons of the com "" ,
1 rd9 ,,; -

h. "" r.fi t.
a'tII, be distributed "",
,an ." thousands of ., .
Jndt, a hick have been .... of'

I.,del' the protective super- \if ., .. .. '" 1) f-fl;
department II'
,the. torr trY : l
of the tow- "
Three -
1'iied. AT
recenlly arrived at Lake .j ... :,.:' a a BON ECHO

1100 feet steel ones, wltllalrways .

These will be V- 3-lba.
< weighing can visualize the wonderful -
J : Malsberger, forBlt : ', of the Iroquois and Hurons are happyIn a
H..I i : ,} flshlng "scrap" that eventuates -
and Colum- the Happy Hunting Grounds and if" a
Baker f.t S
when a 6-pounder get on the ,
property of the wish nothing to do with the PaleFaces II
tlct C4&-.r I In*. Tou do not get one like this

'J Corpora-h fYEC"sr who now occupy their hunting very i day but-well, anyhow who ,
5' t S QuE and An echo
grounds fishing places.
state forL knows what Is on the lap of the fUhng -
with the
Maud lies.Within .
never ,' I for ?
said. gods you
,I Mr Baker a few hundred yards of the S St
fulls Named Don Echo Is a vacation estate In
mall a Bon Echo Inn \
Is the Great Bock of
JBMrs are on what lalit t ho w.oods. on the crest of the Laurentian -
t legendary Indian battles. of lost
the department as ( Highlands of Ontario. on the
protective Unit, In theId treasure caves of silver, and long forgotten mama line! of the Canadian Pacific

West nay and Vernon. -S tribal worship. Nobody yet I lull, way between Montreal and To-

fj Penney Farms and the has found the sliver, but everybody r onto. The railway station Is Kuliulur,
Protective Unit, and ; remembers that there Is of a
|wk! a pot gold )ntarto. The Mazlnaw Lakes bUG ,

.kat Tyler on the Tyler at the end of the rainbow. Who knows plenty of fish and there are 100 lakes '

*rnlt, The Black Creek -' '-" that Con Echo still holds as a secret flthln of A
Green Cove easy range camp. year J f
between unit '::0-, the pot of silver even though It may ago W. J; Robort, of Niagara Palls
Ld Starke the Tyler .
I not be at the end of the rainbow? t3
N. T, caught a small-mouth bass
L and the West .
Trenton .5"l
Q -- Anyhow Bon Echo has plenty of sliver relghlng 6-lbs. at Bon Echo and JI.J. I
Luth of Chipley. Other THE ff/q T'Prr0n ..1:: S'J.I3Z a HAM --
which the department fish and sometime. they bit and J. Andrews of Toronto caught an-

_#supervision are the St. wheel ringing steel wa rush or wildly Beautiful In v"-n'r In winter Ibe multicolored lights, and the breath sometimea'no lure will attract them. ither weighing but one ounce loss f

protective? Unit, locatedof And who can tell. Oh. who can tell the Is dazElingl! With countless mil serving taking descent from the Citadel to As every fisherman knows a fish will t the fish are biting the small-
joy w. feel?" as to'o 'lan slides with eliding the protective bunker beyond the
City and the bIte when It good and ready and mouth black buss flahlng- Bon Echo
Lake gets
< -From "The Skaters' Sonll." rinks ana !gentle I Urea I : tor skiing Chateau is an experience never to be
jn) Farm Protective Unit gleaming roticls and glintoning: *nowfields. forgotten.One at other times no lure can Intrigue It. 1 i good.
When King Winter holds both town
Ijiear the state penlten- : the city\ heel seems fashioned of the great attractions during -' .--- ---- -
|,Riirord. .. and country In his frosty embracethe by nature tot winter play and spect Quebec's winter season is the
lover of the parents Mr. and 1 Mrs. 8. R. Swln- spout Thursday herewith hero lust Siimliiy night.
Inure area under protec- great outdoors must < Frcm tar and near "winter; International Dog-Sled Derby a classic ,

Ji totals approximately find some outlet for his energy sports enthusiasts gather at the Chow of the snows usually held late in., dell of here. friends and relatives. Mr Lee and Russell' Green spent
: teau Froiitonac Qiet ors medieval February. Well known "mushers" .
1 tores The protection What could be more fitting than a hostelry there to p-.rtldpat in all and their teams of "huskies" gather NIIROOKER Mr. and Mrs Alvin McKlmiey: Sunday In Inlncsvllle visiting
I reforesta- ............... .. ... I
other to .
Ires and trip Quebec the historic Ancient the gloriouswinter! pastimes tor from all parts of the United States and son Everett, Willlaton., friends, and, relatives.Mr. .

I rkiebeing, done co-operat- Capital where skating skiing snowshoeing which Quebec is known the world and Canada to take part In this race t spent Thursday here with )her parenlH \ und l lII's.! O. J. Strujhorn,
Lteen the land ownersrei and tobogganing are at their over. Descending frcm the shouidvr( : which Is one of the best means of Wlldwood, Sunday herewith
|, the state and the fed- very best from Christmas until well of the Citadel to Duflerln Terrace Is ascertaining Just what breed of dog Mss IVurlo GnlneyMrs. 111111(1\ Mrs (1, W. llnzen.Mr. spent
her Mr. und Mrs.
Iitmment.IiKiof into March? No city In the wide the famous Quebec toboggan slide Is nfoat suited to stone the grue'ilng and Mrs. Lucia llazen of parents I ,
done world Is more Ideally situated than which runs the length of DuCcrin hardships of running mall and sup-, ........................ Wllllslou, spent Thurs
the work being Quebec: no city possesses her natural Terrace and past the Chateau. A*, piles to Isolated lumber camp and,. Media his parents, Mr.'und Mrs (3. "11'. and 1 Mrs Fred 1 Itazon spent
of the Im- Conerly and Mrs.
hand problems advantages for winter sports. night the slide is decorated with trading posts. W. Uuzcn. Sunday here with frlendMrcUitlves. 1 and I
lelilure, will be worked'out s. Turned of Okeee.iol: >ee. are spending .
---'-\ Mr. and !Mrs. 10:. M. HIIZIMI spout

ji December' S. H. 1 Hastlngs.act at a confer-- In:.> moss ........................ dren spent Monday at Hampton.Mr. some time here with friends Thursday, In Wlldwiiod with Mr. Lloyd Harry was visit lug
trees and relatives.Mr. friends und relatives.Mrx In Iriihnm lust Siinduy afternoon.Mr. .
|.Hint forester of the' fed- and Mrs. Rupet Zelgler of Roy Thomas and MISHVHVerlln
A of the THERESSAIlnby II. P. lid 1 Crawford and children
I-ulry bureau at WashingS meeting Bradford Gainesville, Gainey. A. I.. Crosby, ,
spent Thursday with
end Almit Tlinmns' were all
III.... night In Lake Ilut-
CIow.r.eite, Cur spout
I Is In charge of co-opera- County Chapter of the lied Cross I. his parents Mr. and Mrs. J. J. I and Lyon Crosby were all attending ler wllh their father, Mr. lId visiting In Lawtey last Friday

I'kotthe government and was held in the \Voman's club at I ....................... Zeigler here. to business in Jacksonville last night
lurch one of the bureau'sIjipeotors Starke Tuesday afternoon. The I, Mr. 1111111\1'\ John Hall and children Miss Thelma Sullivan of Hampton Friday.Mr. Mr. Buddie Russ of Thcressa, Mr. A. L. Crosby and James
and Mr. Baker. spent the week-end with her and Mrs. R M. Dalney, andL. l'"dKPlttl1d Lyon Crosby were all
with his
following officers were elected for i of Starke, are spending a few spent 1 Friday night here
J.*11'111 go over fire control parents Mr. and Mrs, A. L. Sulli- It. fJulney and 1 daughter, Loin, lluas. attending to business In Starka
clays with her Mr. and Mm.
parents, Mr. and] parents,
iiready and to the coming; year:
carried out here.
van were all attending the fair In Jacksonville
lust' Monday j
Mrs. G. W. Hinson. The Clroen Cove Springs boys
Chairman Mrs. C. W. .Alder-
: Mr. Willis Swindell of Keystone I hint Friday of
evening. Mr. )Earnest net ha Lacrosse
Mr. Freeman Hall and Miss Iluth motored over here last Friday afternoon -
-' man. Heights, spent Sunday with his Mr. and Mrs Carl Ward of Interesting wits visiting/ hors last Tuesday.
liar(( TalentCompanionate Secretary-Mrs. O. P. Raymond. Dennison, of Hampton attended to play an
r Marriage" Treasurer-Mr. L. F. Smith. preaching services here Sunday game of basket bull. The game Minx Viola DuvlH of Luke Butler
Coveted Gold Prize for Best Sculpture! but we hopeto wan visiting here lust WedneMday.Mrs. .
afternoon. one
S-lree act comedy drama lead Other committees will be ap- was a very pnor lluynVs and children otSturku
] Mr. Robt. Arthur Mllllcan is visiting his have a better one next week. .
directed by
pointed by the chairman, executive -
sorest:: for the local Junior rlief, voluntee and home service grand-parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mooreat [Von in Paris for First Time by Yankee The score was 32-0 In favor of were visitors' here last Friday
evonliiK.llnllo .
'a' Club and will be pre- Bell more. Green] Cove Springs. .

Ia i detail with a very cap- Next week we will publish the Rev. John Lawrence and wife .lit... ... James Pmluflt mill Everett tot local of Starke of Keystone Heights attended ,r rR Catnpy were traiiMUCtlng business
players names of the different committees.We under way on dikes around, lower
:ember: 19th. The price hope our members will take church here Sunday afternoon. Mr. In Starke: last Saturday afternoon. end of Lake OkenchobeB near here.

i placed at 60c and 26c fort hold of this work and make the Lawrence gave a very Interesting Mr. Allen Conerly: and son, Marcus Lake 'orth-ltl'llIllr work tom-
Bradford county chapter one of talk. were attending to business In 1I11'tf11! t l at school) building damaged

[JITchorus of 10 of Starke's the best In Florida. The present Mr. Fred Spaulding was a busi- r Graham and Hampton last Thursday by recent storms

1 Iris will be seen In sev- enrollment of members In StarkeIs ness visitor to Hampton one day H afternoon. I I Lithe Worth-illdn, opened foi

>numbers. This promises sixty-three. Let us try to increase last week p e.u Mr. Gerald Adklns spent the reconstruction ot city hull and

|the dramatic event of the this number to one hun- Miss Rhoda Zeigler spent the week-end In Hampton with friends Lake avenue.

dred. week-end with her cousins, Mlsaea: and relatives.

.. O'June and Grace Adkins at Hampton. Miss LoU Oulney Is slaying In =\U'I'U.I

i Springs- Florida) League Fort Myers-The Press Installs Jacksonville it while with friends I -
In f four of ('""nil' Judge, fI'udtnf.1 4
!ttp'lltles will hold convent latest model Associated Press Mr. and Mrs. Ben Powell and k and relatives. l I'nunty, Klorlilii.. .
Dee, 6-8. telephone typewriter.TallahasseeCapitol. children of Putnam Hall were visIting Among, those attending church In lie: J..t..le of henry Large

werAtlantic' Coast Line Motor Co., friends and relatives here U at New Hope List: Saturday, were: ""'>nH.'''n.KOTH'W l I.. hereby given tn nil

aboard Air Line railroads will move into J. S. DUtch buildingnow Frlda '. !Mr. anti Mrs. J. J. Morgan and whom It hillY (conrern that un tlm '

rules on citrus shipments. under construction. Mrs. J. P. Dickinson and chili -I son Clarence, Mrs. II. tlalney, will mil apply day of tu Iiitfmlwr the lluiionil'lo, A. la! ,p..or"D28. 1

lily Mrs. O, 'v. lUxen and son Ivan, A. fliinllnr-r. Judge nf the abets
O. W. Huzen was transacting miner. curt, at MM olllc" In Starki,
Hrmiroril county, lorhlit. all Judea/
--- business In Orlando last Sat of 1'rnhnr, for nil tinier. lo admit to
I probate Iho last will and ntBnint l
urday. o/ henry 1 barge Bttvpnmiii, diHHBil.
(i Mr. and Mrit. Carl Adklnson and l: at the corns tlnm. and. place, .i
i spent several days last week In will apply tu the Judge of the said.
I' i fly relatives.Mr. "iitirt fur an or"l.r nppolnllnn' me anKxpruliir
0) Starke with friends of the lest will and lila I
Albert Surrency and Mr. went. tit the said. henry/ LarK HtoviMun ,- 1
attendingto .." (, "I IccvfiH***!. ,
Eugene Surrency were Ttilth* Hth day of November A. p
business In Starke last Monday. I). 192 1
and 1 Miss Ge- WILMAH IIOLMKH: HTBVKNBfl.V: : e
,1 Yt6 5w Mr. M, O. Harrel fly A. H. 4MIHWH.

a ap sQ nevla Harrell were attending to I|.f6-5t-12-H _Mia.!.!.!_Attornry.!! :
tJy i O business In Starke last Tuesday

kl ;jR tx dn Mr. Albert Surrency was attending -

ZseLa r ; to business In Orlando last COFFINS &: CASKETSand

Qwoa essaao. r week a Full LU W t
Mr. L. II. Oainey and Mr. II. L.

t k Y !' Hough were attending business Undertakers Supplies

In Gainesville last Tuesday.
Thero was quite a large crowd AUTOMOBILE.IIEARSB'

, ? V b from here attending/ the frolic given Always .. ...*- Tk kst ... ........ 1
at Mr. Will Andrews lust Sat- u. tiwot .orI_ apMtat .t- F
r ',k ..... .. iik ..*_
urday nIght.Ilemember R&GWT&RBD KMBALMXll
H. Y. P. U. every 1

r r 55 J. Sunday night. Everybody come. DEWITT C. JONES

1%; S. 1 s L "1 y Norman Mitts Lourie Wlglgna Kelley of New and River Mr. : STARKE FLAB +;

M '! were attending our I). Y. 1'. U.
pL ah
twwar t/J -

= L r :.J !) --. YES: We can charflc your 8 HRS p ,r

. --.--------------.... -------------, News from Paris this a foreigner from a piece of stone picked up near STORAGE BATTERY In
" ...Acvt'26arAMSdav: UR17RNOJsrr $TPtrE .rQtJRr for the first time bad. won the Society the quarries, was barred by the rules ISmith's
''bI. ANj/r;MGD7Qa'a '. '"/ 'f011t1f! -- - from competing this year but won especial
I P.WLlTCf'//l Ie D QO
gf lomr LODWICK thousands of FloridIans and winter for sculpture hew Drought )joy to the piece of sculpture by an Indiana art

1 mi8BCRO., Florida.This. visitors their very first view of an .Hearts ot American sculptors 1st under thtrty-nv !Seth! Betsey Starke
Andrew O'Conner. corn In Wont.t .- Indlan poll. won a 300 prize with e
11I)0") this type.
of particular
the aircraft C' A.QO<<:TTNEq.PILOTthan Garage !
distinction of being Launched In Akron. O. last August r. Mas*. and now living in Paris bas-relief fountain Ogur. while till F
yughtw! than air aviation the tiny blimp 128 feet In length air ships from the metropolitan was given the highest sward by the other took smaller prize with artistic -
entire southland with and 37 feet In diameter, will carry centers of the north where the tourist salon Jury for nu heroic statue"Tristan pieces carved ,of stone from Ute
7 i4 to the four besides 1U famous will go aboard at 6 o'clock In the and Iseult." carved from bill of Southern Indiana It marked
Sunshln passengers .
City : : F
ip" "Puritan- pilot. J. N. Boettner. evening enjoy dinner In the clouds Indiana s native stone. the definite turn oy sculptors to Indiana :r-1 ,
"ilia Of Its and the estab- When quartered In Its hangar at sleep without Jar or Jolt and break- In the post the Hoosler stone bad limestone The victory in Paris f
_ winter quarters from whltted field located on the beautiful fast In the warm summer climate of been looked upon simply as a preeminent was further confirmation of Its .u-
e to lotaJ. Tampa Bay Waterfront and situ- the Sunshine City. building material Sculptors parlor artistic qualities. .
1tf bJ the Ooodyear-ZeppeUn ated In the very heart of the hotel St. Petersburg's airport la the only recently discovered Its aosptaoili'y to "SUlk In" bits of artistry on public J. R. DAVIS & CO. I "

aro of and shopping center, the "Puritan," one of Its kind In America and possibly a.wIde tang of arttstia expression and commercial buildings. UI-.IM ,
Akron '
IIJI o. the "Purl- will make dally nights over St. Pet the world. In It* area It has At the Chicago exhibit of Indiana figures, grills with delicate trs ery. I '.
"tempt! the longest flight ersburg and Its immediate vicinity.It 'facilities for airplanes sea plane artist work three out of four ot u>.> flowers and the uk* bad attracted ,
**b iLia tlrcr Is planned to make one voyage and airships. It is located at the sculpture prizes went to pieces ereata the attention of sculptor to the advantage INSURANCE t. : :

""* .! bur* baseetd southwards over the Florida keys tw terminal of two Important railroad from the ssm material and : of Indiana limestone for !'
etl\ii W, Ut nneW because Cuba and return. lines and adjoins the seaport of the Honorable mention ws* awsroed another sculptural purposes. said President t ,
- wimatlo conditions that St. Petersburg sees In the establishment city. Adjacent and to the north It Isclos sorry An unusual piec came A E D1ckln: ot the Indiana LIme
one satire year around. of a doodyear-Zeppelln airbase to the Boston Brave baseball from tbs chisel of J K Jordan lor stone company: "The ease with woicb AGENCY ESTABLISHED 1886
&g to 8t Petersburg the here the fulfillment of predictions club training field. Tb post-ode 1* twenty. years a worker in Ute mill at the material can e* worked coroujat J
Will enjoy the that most of three minute away and the smartest bedicrd r-w Incentive to Amerlc aseulptr
5 distinction made by experts
, -iii, first airship to touch the Florida travel within' the net tourist hotels an but two minutes bob: Davidson. Indianapolis whon -.. Thi conquest: In Part is STARKE FLA. kqrI l
'''Ida oil and will be made by lighter awsy. ... '- last y ar's prize" at Chicago with gratifying to all ajrU,u of 13U c .u 1- ,
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give years .
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