Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/02407
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 18, 1929
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
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:02407
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Boxes of Smokes '< SH and llats: rinn- .
v ,iii-tain football game to be ,\ '\lceTiivnpa. H..egionall\leet i iusvl
II for Tliiirsd.iy to Satur. kt ;a
d in Mlinln: tomorrow nfrcrll I ,f
,\'' be In no way nn oicltnnryProm Cause of Arrest I { : .' Oct. 15.--The! nnidfordi Of Red CrossIs clay, Inclusive. ::1 \ r,

tho Florida si nndII :i i ..ra ''inly .-.trawborry trop' will! "in toi --- '

s more likely to be con- Belford ,, i lie, m.irketH: > In refr'gerator exprESs) Set October 29"II'H..lnnl'l Threo big days and n'Bhts are .1. ,
I Storekeeper; (:Iris :Mini t "
d a historical event, as tho ,rev" supplied by tho Pennsylvania I promised for next work at theVomlll"s ,'
\\lirn XeffiStcnl/ Th'-m 1 1I 1I \ Club third annual exhibition .t. { '?;
't, ui array of Fighting Gators 1 1I I 'Mullrond HVBtem., which it making (
., Ceorgn Tech's Golden Tor- 1 I .m nne-tpectf-d( bid for the Florida: ", \\III 1l> H M ntSunn Qut!JI. fair, to be hold on Thursday.Friday 't,
? Jacksonville. Ort 17,
:" on Cruet field In the Georgia] full of clothes nnd- automobile I i "'lilt' r fi-ult, hns'ilSHf.) Hotel I, CI'I''IHI'I'ln ; \ ('",'.. and Saturday. October 24- 1 t',

,i i opiln,, tomorrow one of tho found in possession! :if Hen KIOP Maxwell -, I II ek Tho p nn yl'nnllbid Is made in ... 2G-2Gth, nt the clubhouse. Inter'j;''j'

i 'hitler' fueds In Southern I ,he face of I the' tort t that the \merm ... eating' programs have been arrang1 !r
was today by W.1tY.
i hull annuls comes to a hind.I Whltten, storekeeper of Rai- !,'II t Un'lwiiy' i iOxpretm company. :My dear Mrs. Raymond.: ed for arch day nnd night of the

,, I football rivalry between ford. i|I which/ was cited by tho state 'all- Vffi henitll.v invite vou lo nt- 'fair, and thoso attend ng will !have e,; S
.: s 3 'omm'slOlol1 to Instpil tho opportunity of inspecting displays :-' r3;
i M ":tin Te-'h and Florida has been Tho clothing was hold by .city I I i and oxpreHfcefrinerntor tS'll.l the rpglonnl conference to bo ,
for u long time. Wiien For-; police hero when Maxwell was | .x cnr pe-rvlcn( by Dec. 1. 'Auld 1 at Green! Cove Springs, Fla., of both local and out-of-town
01'-1 Z /.. rant to t the present''' tlmo placed merchants, the latent In clotrleeal J
walt much smaller school) than rested and 1 !held t ] for IUVI> It I ) in fn r"dry. October 20th, and le-
t, a, no order for such equipment r I 1 nor equipment) for leIl8E'1I11IIh/ a I i ;'
!pro 'nt, Tech was ono of the i A chargo of breaking( and st'Kaunn'l niest lint( you br'lIwllh/ you a
liirger Institutions that world and grand lottery ..... r i ihoxvn any visible' Intention of supplj 'argo represcntntlon from. YOllrOUI' .diudirery) \ of houework and this ': :,''I'IlOIIIIOll'S i ,! .
Oi'tor; eleven ldn ...--._- Ing; Mich text .Kcrvlceo 'he ch' models In 'all'os and mu- "
iho ron ANWEBBfi2 ipttr.
v any against him today. t-: = JIMM 10 '
J northern mark"- Hlcnl III"t U I'II1lWlIts. The exhibits ,
reached but I The this will bo
i <> Terms were Six dozen pairs of overalls, 40 program year '
h outfit would never agree to palm of shoes Hcvoral dlt >ij '" .. I H""NES'- ___ Tho bid of the TVnnrty'lvaiila. sys llfferent tr tin that of previous rep:. ant! demonstrations! will provo of
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but 1'-- 11"11for thin southeoHtern biisineHinefi tonal CCl'e There will\ bo Interest to old and young. '
i I''' ,,1 tlio Gators anywhere at pocket knives, shirts, caps and other CO II 1I'es.
field Hard feelings 1 -ciiRh' the So.ithern! r-ri new peoplo both from tho'lapters Of special local Interest", will be
( "II: \ sprung nrtlcles! were;; stolen from tholln Veterans ToHold NEGRO SHOOTS present i ,
i II"> ind th.< Florida-Tech games at ford store. Whltten came here WRY rnrni:any and the Southeast! and from National lleul'Hinrters. the exhibits: of Individual farmers ,'I'

junta came to be grudge classics. today to Identify the goods. ern Kxprean: company.) Arrange- Also It is n dead certainty nUll cash prizes will be awarded -

Three years ago: Florida and "The robber also got a box ot.cigars. Meeting WIFE THURS. insole hour already been made roo"pl'eSR \' that the !dens talked( about the best exhibits placed In the I IhuJdhllf
'ilia service via tho !Pontli" : Forestry products, naval ,
i r h broke up. The contract end- ," Mr.\ Whltten said. "That will le new And refreshing./

c .t i ,,ind no more games were book- made me mad, because I 1 had that 'oiifrdornlcs To Outlier nt Lake Amos Riley, colored; ; employed urn railway, with loadings ntIlntnpton Of course, we want to talk! about stol'es, poultry. flowers and home ,; p '
Moth Slnrko and! L.iw- products will be featured. Both { t" ,
of! box of cigars on hand just to treat Oty at the Powell turpentine' plant, tho membert-hlp and financial n
lev' two heavy shipping points, are the county iigilcultural and homo '
nrods of the Red Cross. This Is
tomorrow the olds a
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year my customers. I hardly ever sold shot and Instantly killed his wlt, 'I I t:4':
\ ,u,fare will be renewed on Gran' cigar, and I always gave ono to Confederate veterans of the Julia May, shortly before noon dependent on the American Kx nncKtlon that commands the attention deUiont:! Florida division assemble In press llnllwny company for ''ho of all of And hope the exhibit work and are working{ i,. I
Held. Great changes. have come a customer when he came In and will\ Thursday the killing lak'tig place us. we
iimut since the two last met. Florida bought stuff or paid his bll1.'htten's ." Lake. City October 22, 23 and 24, on the banks of a canal running promised ref gerator service ind o develop new talking points and up Interest over the county. I.' ;'
failure of that to Install The three days have been designated ,-1
to become of for their 39th annual reunion. company fresh inspiration as we confer on .
has grown one '\ : cigars were not re- haIr) a mile north of the quarters
Railroad raten have been ,such equipment bus led to the In tho service of the.. Hed Cross both' us follows: ""'
err, foremost universities of Amerla covered. appliedfor After taking a shot at his mother-
Her football team high-scor on the bas's of last year andIt In-taut he fled the scene and went 1 vllutlon oxttiiJod the Pennsjlvniila orally" and nulh ally. Thursday, Merchants Day. "1 {

log champions of last year has Is expected that they will be to the farm of T. ]M.:' Williams' lIystfHn. nave you ever thought how Friday School 1 I))ItY, Plans are \\i '

.valued nntlonal recognition.: Meanwhile Growers AgreeTo granted. where after turning the gun over inlinicnt:: | t .\..""....,) ifuch the fled Cross has mount to being mesa for a parado of the "''t'd

tho formerly great Tech Features of thEprol1'am; will' \ bean to Mr. Will'ams, told what ho had Sept 0. W. York of Atlanta .lio economic nna social welfare of Hchool children of the county In 'di 1 '! ',

i Idven, Southern conference lain: Association old fashioned barbecue! at Olus- done. He was brought!: to town by for the fiouthpnftern'! + Kxprecs: com- your community We propose to the afternoon i I II :\'

holders of ]last year is faring dif- tee Park, with short talks after Mr. Williams and locked up in
I h..rently." dinner which will include a story county Jail.Ofllcers growers t Hint nil rU'a)11fmpnts> !; < have freely at I the conference and espec- The bu'Idlng will be open all J 4 f,
At the meeting of strawberry of the battle of Oliifitee' the grand ully at the luncheon session towhll.1t day and to a late hour each night. 'f'' :
A team shot full of holes be- ; went to the scene as been made for the handl'iig of the '
ulna of loss of players through prnwers: held at the courthouse parade, In wh'ch veterans of all soon ns they were notified nfter bulk of the Starke berry crop via many local( and other business Admission( will bo free and the f', '
Saturday afternoon, forty (.f ,hi Woman'! Club extends au Invitation l' ;
wars will participate, and the : men should be faulted JI, ,
!i dilation, Is stag erlng through placing a call for bloodhounds bin. refrigerator express layout Hola
.' hard schedule Last week, this growers present showed their de- grand hall which will bring the from the state prison fnrm. Within prepared\ put on sumclsnt ex- Kindly reserve th's data and to every citizen of the county ;! ,''
nio for an organization by signing Lo at land(I ua many of the programs :
i i""''J9: edition of the Golden TOI'lIudo i convention to a close. a few m'nutes''' after the lIogl'OwatJ preuH refrigerator sera of the ]latest lot us know that your chapter will !
: up for the coming season with Indlcnt'ons arranged for each day as possible.
fell before the! onslaughts of Automobiles will bo furnished placed in the cell, the hounds typo, to handle the entire crop via !110 reprexented1on that occasion. ,' ;
the membershipwill
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r-th Carolina, suffering: an 18-7 bo increased to 100 within the to take all veterans and vslfo\'s: arrived charge of keepers, makIng tlia I Han\ ,ptou loading point. The Very sincerely yours, Jf 'j'1J'',j !'

\f'at\ (' Officers of the ..Koela- to Olustee. the trip In record time considering FoMthcnnteiii has nn agreement: t Robert K. nondy, !on H. S. Football '\ : j
Un the other hand the Florida next week. n All Confederate(! veterans, whether the t'ond'lIon of the road. with! the 1'eiinnylvun'n to furnlsl) Manager lOaslern Area. ;,,1 I. \

,tars are entering a Tech game tlon will In elected at the meeting delegates\ or not, will bo entertained According to what the two witnesses nil the equipment! nc) <-w'sary to care Wo hopo to have a large: number Is111/ '; '

r... once the top-favorites. Wlth announced for $Saturda afternoon f reo by. Iho citizens of Lake to the shooting[ said tho for this I biislnesH. and! to /Rive the I from Sturke attend this meeting. Game Saturday l, tl1., ?
of nddl-
,,' .if the most brilliant bnckfleld! Oct, 10th, and enrolling continued City. -On registering at the HotcJ- minder was cold-blooded. Ulley I iicfocpnry) fast connection sorvlccover .ill who are Inlerewted ells can KCklr.dly > Ill"i;; t ,
i I'' ilia country, an all-Amerlcan for t'onal several members weeks.For will. Blanche they will be furnished following his wife down the canal Hi milwIdlHiy' .Inc s ns !1Hnll \ hand In tlnMr names us soon A football game; of unusual! Interest ", (,:',: d. ;

.1. a great coach and eleven \ici the members will be meal tickets and badges. all Mie hunted a place. to f eh and t Is offered. Tentulhe rates foi In posxlLlo.D1rs., will be played hero Satur,1 I :;j '&

<>-. out of twelve starts it looks listed charter present members, when All civ c organizations of Lake. an sho stooped to )place a can of fhlo class of service Indicate\ that Ilnymond, Secretary. day nfU-riioon :a:10 I : : o'clock' when I ,,,;:
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paper as if the Galore are cer- the procedure will be changed to City will take part In entertaining bait on the ground placed the i I tbr coat per crato' will be considerably I niadfonl, fllgh/ will piny the learn ""it"' '

i IIU of wInning allow members to vote on nppll- the veterans.. muzzle of a shol gun 10 her head i II loss than fhlppcrs) have'. Fishermen Have from tlio St. Aiiguillno I''hool for 'i Ij I,
+ and pulled the trigger The | hcircloCoro I been charged for efrlg- }!
UUL tho truth of the matter ap- cunls for membership. Before the i drat and dumb Although d

i i irs lo be otherwise. Tech was opening of the strawberry season, Council Makes :heavy uliarKC,:; blew, the top of her I I erat'ir freight car Kevlce.:; capped rite patios have: a handl'I? ''I II"I "?

'',. n t prepared for tho loss of Lump- books will be closed end not re- toad ofl':. Riley said 1 he then fired 1 ] Xi-w S.'rI.l lr> "4'ho+yrr i Narrow Escape nggregat'ou and promt-o to make '!;i1 J I';
i 11,1,u(, fullback who was to bo the at his molher-ln-law! not with any the local team work hard to win ',1'l'
oprn-d 01' receiving 'If additional Appointments I Ii hit: been brought out In hear ::1)) i
:Intent to kill but to g.ve: her a j'
in ilnsprlng In Tech's offense this members unt'l 1 June. I fops! both "ueforo the state rPllroad 1 If. A BIshop, Fred Jones and the game: t this week.Don't h I: :

u- and who qua: school When State Commissioner. Rhodes sad Tho city council met In regular care tort leommlcslon:: and the Interstate T('mmy ]Murrhee\ had a narrow escape ) forget the date and hour I ai t!
1 Tornado played North Carolina session October 15th w'th tIle following A coroner's inquest was set and out to root for the home
Mr. Hyatt of Jacksonville, were II commerce 1'011111110,111011 that Florida: from drownIng tart MrlAayaf- come ,! II
!It had not yet recovered from members present: C. F.Hoovtr. Thursday afternoon- by Judge team. Admission 25 cents.
nresent, nt the meeting Saturday! Kliippors: payli.g a h'gh role ternooiL when their boat enps'zedIn ) i
i ,.. shock' :rieports Crom the chairman O.V, Alderman Gardiner but the verdict had nnt +
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afternoon nnd gave the farmers for the freight" refrigerator cnr : Gniml'n' laKe, about thirty "Illell +
,.'imp now Indicate that the Geor, splendid talks Doth men offered W. L, Wall. to been reached at the time of going\ I j !service arid that an express shipment nontheast of Starke. High windy. ritiii:!;!II 'UP Mrnimit: 'II.\BOF j
ins are beginning to show signs' Mr. n. M. Inman and Mr. F.:. W. press
the iisdoclatlon their services at of 223 crates could be mtde Imcl whipped the waters or tlio ,"I r
01 a comeback While the Tor- any" time In handling: problems Hayes composed a committee' representing for the Biune rate the shippers lake lo whero It wan dangerous to Hardy Moidey charged with the !"i 11
n'ulo(! can hardly make for what: the Woman's Club und FRUSTRATES ;
up coming up.Every were paying for 175 crates by cross even with a larger boat than killing of Darling Curler near r
n has lost: it must be remembered I grower has an Invitation requesting) a donation to apply on t'rolffht refrigerator service.( thE trio used. Mr. Il'Hhop\ was Highland on December 22, last ; lit'" (I'

lint i Tech wishes to beat Florida I 'to attend the meeting scheduled prizes for agricultural displays. JAIL BREAKMonday The new express nerv'ce mcnns using the engine from his speedboat was freed in the circuit court for \\I l; t

just as much as Florida craves to for Sntul day. Upon mot'on it was ordered that that berries will reach New York and the failure of the others Clay" county ..eld In Grein:" Cove :; r

beat Tech. Coach Alexander who donation of $25.00 bo made night as Deputy Italn- nnd Chicago trackers within threo+ to anlnBt him In keeping the bout Springs I th'8 week' The trial was 'i' ;'

Is accepted as one of the finest HATSl'MAS }I1':.\\'\' 1II:..litl'ai4bars. : Tho following appointments den was carry'ng Hopper Into the days. The freight refrigerator rer- dry from the waves constantly held before Circuit Judge He WittC. a

< aches in the country, Is thought were made: Ja'l for one of the town prisoners vice requires five to six days. breaking over It brought them toi'r Gray of Jacksonville and occupied 'I I

to, be one of schooling his team ]\[ Flora Cady. who owns a A S. Cress, city attorney being held there, n. "'. nOblnOn,1! __- *f. Seeing that the boat was two days, (the jury returnIng ,

primarily for the Florida" game. ilare on Kingrley:! lake, has around J. E. Corpenlng. member of the hold for circuit cour''! on a D larn.th: : ;'KKtt: P.\V VISIT solng' / lo sink ]Mr.\ Bishop cndcuv- I a verdict Wednesday night 1 II(. 'I

Nor has Tech lost everyone. A 175 Satsuma: orange trees of vnry- hoard of bond( trustees of stealing entile, dived between I orru 'trod lo looxeri the engine from the after clellberat'ng two hours. '''i :

inilr of all-Southern halfbacks cannot ng age\ and with possibly twcnlyf W. ll. Thornton night marshal. the deputy's legs and! out of the Fedornl oin,'ers working out of neat and throw It threwt/ over- MoHley had !been held in the county :1': i

be overlooked Any team thata vo 'bearlne. Fruit from these Hi' I K. L.. niggs, health olfl"tir.U. door. The oftlei i- dropped hlii JncltBonv! II i ari-CHied "ilootsey" ''Kii'Trt! but the bout went under Ua. Jell at Green Cove, bond for him 4 1,: I

u'' 11J iliomn ">..- roes Is being brought In to local C, nuford f're chlof. __ tray and clinched with the pr' on- lvaro unJ Paul Hulwdpn last faro (It t ciuUl: be lifted off. lioliiK refused by the Judge. As- f IlI's i

Warner Mlzell In Its backfield is Mores;. and In size and flavor are 0 !or, overpowering him in the toll'! Thursday on warrants charging;! Tho boat sank like a utono with -tlHtiint states attorney Hum Wilson! : ,

hound to give trouble Westbrook letter I fl-an many shipped In hare, ,\'C'lIm ItI-.:]>()TiAT: ard and carrying him bodily backto sctlliiK; of liquor.) Alvarez was re'oatied '. ID heavy! engine but In turning of Jacksonville: was assisted !In '"II i

ard, remains; and. Maree, t'oini- Dine of the bearing! trees have lil'TMill: the door where he was thrown by tho officers\ when he he engine fell off and the boat the prodoeut on by Col.! I,. 1 B. Wada Ij'! ;s, t

tackle,, la showing pcwer -it full 'roni font to five hundred oranges: In. The prisoner (dently count- claimed to lu-vo trnn',t !rrec' title': amo to the nurfaco, practically a of Green Cove Springs, and Uie clefcttCf ,! .

i nlop T -.'h'I' quarter 'a thought, o tho tree, one small limb brought i Report of an ni'tomoblU acct "
'', bo one of the finest passers la o the. Telegraph office last week dent near Lake Butler Tuesday until I ha made his dash for freedom 'r I lake ro n r l. ami Palsden wna re- hem from any A! horn. A winter I Sllllmuu of Jacksonville and Son.

,' South, and Jones left end, re- arrylng n no oranges on It. I' when a tar r arty'in R four parton- 'nd only the vigilance of !Mr. Ruls- "lcn od I Tuesday following! of u $1- r"/id"iit.+ on the west shore of tlio: K. M. JolniH of Starko. Jf'I 1 '\'

1 ,,ins' a threat at left! end. The Klngfley: ;; lake section! )'ears' crashed into an unlighted; log truck den In spoilInr h m as ho I'rOllclc:
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up against a \line as strong at sections. of (the state!, before the n-itantly and seriously accident InJuring I him to geta) grip on the prisoner ,uy ng fie liquor from H.ilS'lon at tarklng of three German police wore lu a' crowd on their way to I rr

', as !its own, and an almost re- frcezo w'ped the Industrly!; completely trailer Details of the before he was out of leach The chat time They returned last 10/111! / went to their rescue. The hutch, Blnto wltu.-ssci. teitlfy as ; I .

,a'i'i I able Lack eld 'Florida beat ] out. Throng: woods around wo'ro lacking Wednesday, the report m-lsonorj havo been allowed the >vtt'k to make the nrrerls.IIOJIIJ iarty lout everything they had inhe that Mosley pushed Carter in a 1

''i1',urn 19-0 last Friday n ght tho lake can still bo found ruinsi only stating that tl\>o truck freedom of the upper corridor: Jnit --+- boat including two valuable ditch and when he got up was shot .'} a

'II+ :n? second and third string dwc. llings! abandoned by owner was parked In I the m ddle-[ of the i.nce the attempted rucapfl they rods: and reels and the engine by Moulcy. The defen brought

i:''>n for a large &part of the last when the groves were killed but coed without lights and the drl' er Ire being kept In tbir cell, although : Alll':I\T; IH'HY -: out that Carter was mad with :.'

"all1 As a result, the Gator siiindi ] of late years the Satsuma orange was not at ho( scene. The passenger K'ls the belief of Mr. Ma's- Hl'MtKAM: II.\M MoBley because the latter had told ; i
i In increasing car plowed' into tho roar of I Miss Ponrl! Jordan, home in almost A-1 shape Dryer, Is bo'ng planted) den that Roblnxon was the only Llgo '
'S'+ "I l and Clarke tire nursing snail! lunntltles la that section, the Penney the truck rude of the logs crush- one who had planned to escape. 1 ,oration agent, for this county Tho fJapllst Sunbeam Hard: Riot one of his hogs. Defense witnesses :!. ..: ;

burin at this writing but the rest farm section going; In on a 'ng the occupants as the front of Robinson! In bolng held with i han been" very busy! this", week v's- it the hurch Monday pfternoon test fled I that on the morning of l i' t
"i the exceed the industryof their car drove In underneath the 'tlng the county" schools\ and en the killing Carter ran up behind :':
payers! are In top formIt :cale that will Morris Prlnglo and a Crews officers *:Ih twelve members present. Af- f
seems that Coach Bachman thirty odd years ago. 'oad of sawmill timber. the trio with hi I -oiling club members. Supt. A !Mosley and caught him In his ,
connecting I er the devotional led by the pre- It ff ffarmll.
r. GifffU has been visiting with
w'U be able to keep a fresh set of o beef stealing 'n this section and Ident the following business wns saying he was going to cut 1 tJ./
: 01-TIC'I.lLS IIKitU: : 1"'TI.OS"; : OF Mius Jordan and help'ng tier to hilt throat Mosley broke away ,
liard-charg ng backs In the entire disposing of It In Jacksonville. ran acltd: Electron': of olflcers for ,
game.Coojbreod's. ;\\ IS(': CWNTIIM; IMS : :et acquainted with the people and and when Carter again advanced! ;
Crews I I..* nOw out ardor bond but I .he yearns follows: I
Hon W. !M. Igou secretary ot H :MONTHS: HCIIOOLH oads of the county. upon h'm, with an open knife r1.'j
bone-crushlne power the other I'Nt are still awaltln President Frances" Lee Peek. i,I
should bo able to smash the Tor- stale, and lion <:. Woodward, ictIon of tie grand Jury at the Monday afternoon Miss Jordan Vice-presWent l Juan'ta: IJare- shot him down. 1
commissioner of Tallatnseee That-Futnam Is the only one of met<< with the leaf-hern of the Law Clay county citizens any that
nado ,
\Una for considerable yard- stale game fall term ol court 'oo.
1'I, while Cawthon and Sauls can spent a short wh le In nlno counties represented at the o fey school to d scuss plans for the Secretary Hassle Vnrnos. thlr. won one of the ha-dest fought; ;',
,. afternoon while meeting of school authorities Friday icliool exhibit which will be on criminal cases in the history of ;
11> alternated at full. Cannonbal1 Starkc Tuesday HTBKliT: : WOltK, .\HV.M'IMJ: Treasurer, Lucy Annfew.Loadf'r .
( Jacksonville. Moth of at Gainesville that Is having "play at Ilia Woman's Clue their countyRoth Carter and
r'vde' Crabtree all-Southern quar- ,nroute to -- Mini Martha' nionwl!.
'"' Is these gentlemen are well known: In eight months of tree school was Work hall been steadily going demonstration Fair next week. Mosley are well known In the: b''
In the
and Bethea The fpl-
great shapo president appointed
"d I Dor- the Jtarke and w Ere greeted by many he nfwrmatlon brought back here ahead toward completing road 28/ Tho meaning bf the by Supt. Price and E. It. Conway through Starke and the streets In was explained to tho girls In the followed by friends! of both. 1
ier half-back McEwan frlcncis. Ice, LIII an Stump, ":dna: Heuree
posts New; ..
member of the boarcj.' tho western port of town connecting t-mptnil niver, HlslngVVoodlawn 1- ,
.3edy and Smith) 'nd Jmnltn Harefoot. Member-
., quarter, Seay THeSTJrSII'I't': : i : : IUIAV Tho term of the other counties up with it. The work of lay- and Brooker irhoolind : ;\OTin-:
be'' counted among th') h'p committee: Penny Cone Lucy
upon rango from 4 to six months It 'ng the rock base was expected to ( one hundred twentytbre.n..m'lt'u -- -- --
Corves. The coy: bond trustees advanced war said. Alachua. largest of the be completed yesterday If the sup were enrolled from the nn Dew and Oladys Johnson! I School patrons advise your children -

The Gator line wil: have to another step Friday night In their group, lea but 8 months free ply of rock held' out. Scarifying: ilx: school rogram committee Clara Flumend who are being/ transported to q l

"::4ht: It's hardest to beat Tech. I I of additional electrical school this year. and rolling\ the highway through Thn"project8 carried on by ilex Archibald Thomas .'chool how dangerous It Is to playon 1
die Van and:: purchase Plans were made for a little pay!
Slckel Green Nolnn I notice some even #
tor the municipal plant I I The counties represented were: town has been going on for several tlrli include gardening, tamaleDriest highways.
Hall I IBrYan. l I equipment (o be given soon, also tor a I1alwo'en If will
ends drivers
Steele Reeves guards;
the : poultry dairy. beer lie down to see
contract being ref sod and Alachua, Bradford Columbia PIxIe day: and scraperi are row puttingon
Waters and Phlel. tackles; the new ng home Improvemen.nd '> so<:lal soon. drive: around them. This is not a .l t
hanses mad as requested by the Gllch rte Levy Marlon\. Putnam the finishing touches. rapes '
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and Clarke and Clemons, centers and board. The and Union.-Palatka Dally News. nutrition. ;rood practice Some driver with 'y,

must be depended upon. engineer has been tendered Rifled Fort Pierce-Shipment of grapefruit Miss Jordan will be back in the Homeetead -- Hedland Citrus line! will kill nine' so a stitch In 'f'

;ontract tor their ac New Port Richey City will from St Luc.e county under ounty next week to visit otner growers Atsoclation having ntw time will save n na. taa
DelandRenovated Tulip Cof- ra Vergne Company purchase La France fire: trurk. war, schools. .mco bu'It at packing houne. A, friend to alt.'I. M,
toe Shop re-opened for .business.. ceptance. %'9

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y ii5 u'Z'' u'ur2525 u L 25'u2S'u <;';I Oh, my what a girl elyn Stump, Victor Thomas Klhon I liuve ,olio sister who swipes my I 'ulerc'KtliiK/ t" rmon at the Christian I j ji I lit Starke last MondniV \

Someday she's gonna teach I White. Miriam: Jacobs Mrs. T. lo'luis, ;, rocks, ties, chewing' gum i Inirch. Sunday night to u largo [ II Maxwoll\ s;, I

B. H. S. JOURNAL ;Now: won't she be a peach7 "'. Long and Mrs I n, 1'. Carpenter, and cigarettes. uudtcncp. week In Miami

(Q) Is for Nobody'sLast teachers. Mn,. CarOl dlRel: Have you a Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Trlest of

name or first : Eleventh grade. Hazel! Ad- book in stock called l, "Man the Texan, was visiting Ills parents, C, L. May, manage. i ,

:Ii 1'11'1'1':11' s'r.\1"1"J Of all our pupils ; kilts, Milton Brownlee, Alice Fernandez Master?" Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Trlabt, part of Service Garage, U tram',.1,1, ,

> .UI..I.IIII'hl.r. ____ .__ PAUL KN10IIT Indeed he Is the worst. : Richard Long, Gary Over- Reliia! : Fiction department Is on last week. ness to Jacksonville tin

..t."v w..I l,: (.ml Kfllti.lSporix ISilitol'M' __ __ _I'EAnl..EIANNtNO__ !\ KVA: MAHOOTTHr.KAH WTKUTIlLissTian ( R) U for Richard .. street, Muriel SIlcox, Thelmu tho other side of tho store, mad Mrs. John Hall and children Us n. W. Moore traiiHiuii ,dIn i i, 'I',

\I-MI, torHMI'tlT .. _. __ .. PRICE HOBINSON It's just about him Sullivan Cleo Thomas, Bill Wa'n- spent Tuesday with her pure Jacksonville\ Momi\ ,
L 'I" a. I II ... ... LUNA HKI.1,1'1: SHIil'AlUJ All the girls are wild wright Ruth Isa- am.Mrs.. Hart's diary Mr. and Mrs. G. W. irnaon.:
d A ,', Junior Reporter _.._..__ _____..____________ .. ANNUl MAM PIIAIU'W: Williams Miss : Prof. H. 1 II. Wiggins: ,01 I
Sophomore. Reporter .__.._ ,- ._ ___ _-_ __. liNN 1:1'1' "11-1-/111':110:/ I : (S) Is for SIlcox bel Fernandez, teacher. Monday: Got up early this morn- Mrs. J. P. Dickinson was a business and principal of tln. i ,,
da ,h'" ,.M.', ..11 Hmmrtel .__ MA"Y HUOWNLKESnorlal Ills first is visitor to Starke Tuesday.VAMUnMHLT I
name HenryIt Twelfth grade. Guy Andrews, Ing at ten o'clock and my school visitor ,
4 Reporter _., ____ CSTELL12 KKNJJ.vIOK;: HAL.UII4 JONIOHKaculiv was a hen" i ,
\ Supervisor. _______ __ ._ ___ MISS: KLOltlSNCia MATT11KWS: seems to me that geometry Lots Colley, Louise Hayes, Pearle teeth with the hair brush and urday

> I' +' r- ?4SRS4474757S SSS7S7S?S7 1'7-QQQ---S7 S7 K 4 4 52.r -QQl 7 5 c. Just slips from li's: memory.T Johnston, Gertie Johnston, Eva combed by hair with the rake. SCHOOL K\VH TJio Methodist: M l ,

; ( ) Is for Thelma SullivanWe Marcotte, Edna Stanabury, Lester Tuesday: Went to town today at tho Methodist church "
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;rk)1) TIGERS BLANK: HTAUKE: l permanent job chewing gum and ,", <: n
love her very much Sponholtz. Miss Florence Matthews Hellbronn Springs to buy some evening The attendan. ,
and Robert ,
-- the teacher shows you your mis \Messrs. Rivera Hodgea t ?\ ,
,r The Columbia Tigers won their take. Such sense as she has teacher. cold cream at the hardware store Bradley of Newberry, were usually large. An InterrMi' ,,, i?,,u, I
In all the world you can't find and bed at the store.
a grocery
; ti second start of the season with a 3. When you slip oft to Scott's week-end guests of Misses\ Roberta noss meeting: was condmi\ I?< i I p, ,
such. HTAKKK: TOU.\AIMKH: DKKKATCKDAK : Wednesday: Gave my pet cat a \V. .
M. U.
,o Mae Conner. will conduct u r, i ,, .
; ( 12-0 triumph over a hard-fighting, and come back to find Miss Isabel and Ida I.
but outclassed Starke team. Tho waiting for you at the head of 'he KEY ItV St'OltH 12-7 bath today in the coffee pot and Messrs Carl Rosier and Cohen consisting of dressed club l n, .M. II',

4' game\ as a whole, was very !Interesting stairs. We've written and written, -- nearly drowned it in coffee.. Peele attended B. Y. P. U. here cake, and candles. The., ,I'' ,.
1'j This literature just for thee (By Lester Price Robinson) Thursday: Got up this morningand will bo used for church i> <. ,
and thrilling, though the 4. On tearing ono's rep to pieces Sunday evening
So now will leave a fewUVWXYZ went to country, and went inbathhtg
'J i visitors hardly threatened to score. you turn around and find them Friday afternoon the Staike Misses Jeanette Carter, Lois and everybody Is invited ,in ,

The game was featured by the standing just behind you. A. M. .P. Tornadoes won their f'rst vlstory tried! to swim.In one foot of water and Reddish and Mildred Norman and pate In Hits good. work

5. Just when you th'nk you're Messrs.< RusBel Carter Russel and Mlsa Margaret Turner ,01.1; t
playing of Columbia's backfleld: .-- of the season by defeating Cedar Friday: Went to church to learnto .
the zone meeting of tin
Immune from zero and find that Charley Ridden attended;! church i
stars., In the third quarter Leos- HOT TIPS Key, 12-?. read
Jftt'JJK' aren't.G. here Sunday even'ng.II. League at Hawthorn tin I,
ener returned a punt fifty yards to you The game was played on the Saturday: Forgot to write in my
{ To be In glee club and find L. Norman and W. B. Bloods- S. M. Simmons and! i jd'
scoring position. Williamson B. II. S. gridiron with largo
Believe It or not: a num- diary today as I was busy.
smashed through tackle for a few that you'ro the only one singingand Theodore weighs one hundred ber of spectators, who witnessed worth were transacting business In this week for' Pctornlni;! \ ,

?I more and Segars took the ball off the tune at that. and "sixty pounds. the first victory of B. II. S. in foot- AVOODLAWN SCHOOL NEWS: Jacksonville Tuesday.. where. they w II be perm.infated.
around right end for the second 7. Being the thirteenth in rank Pearle Manning has to thru Miss Julia Parker was a guestof
y' j touchdown of the game. This 8. To be telling Miss Florence the door sideways. go ball.When the game started the (KtruwlK'iry Echo: \ ) Miss", Lola Reddish Sunday. Thero will be a sporisil. ;:I i"
what the ball players have been -- \Mrs. Viola Reddish, and son, of the Hampton P. T .t
came in the third quarter. Lois Colley's hair Is naturally spectators noticed that the Torna-
/I saying about their timp're:>: and to does kept continually dellver'ngsmashing : Every,: day in every way our Carl were visiting! In Starke Sat- cjty \hall, at Hampton n ,
The first touchdown came In the wavy.
be Informed that it was she! school is getting better and better. afternoon. evening at 7:30: p. m o< '
blows to the Cedar Key urday
t' seC'onlquarler when, after Starke Cornelius forgot to wear his tie.
Just think, next week Is test to There will bo a busts
9. To be hanging onto the aid- Mr. Felix Sapp motored <
line and the 1 lane:
The writer's: seize the finally goal
had been' forced back to her goal Tamps:
? of and off In timeto week again. afternoon. Ing of much Interest and "I|
a car step just Starke Wednesday
loomed Into the
history IV class while taking notes. : slghuwlilch
lino and had )>llnted, Register cowered
Supt. A. J. Grlma", and \Miss Pearl dross by Mrs R. A. Week
bump into Mr. Dowling. Mr. P. I.. Tippins returned from I i t t''
A lipstick was found in MissMitchell's Cedar Key players to fight that
the ball over the line, when
10. When Mrs.\ Carpenter says, Cordon, the county home demonstrat'on his home In Green Cove Springs P. T. A, of the Starke sth i>,,
pocketbook. much more, but It was useless now :
t' the punt was blocked. This play
agent, were visiting our members of the P. T. A '
"Lot's have your current event after spending" the week-end.
'' ) proved the wlde-nwakenesa of Estella didn't get a letter from because they were across the goal
y school Tuesday \Miss\ Gordon or- and friends of the school ,,
a now, Jane! line. \Miss< Jeanette Carter was : i "
Lake City City today.
Register, Columbia's consistentlyharclflghtng 11. When a second year algebra ganized a club at WOodlawn and Miss\ Lois Reddish Sunday af peeled to be present
Players brilliant work
tackle. Our boys won a football game. doing I
pupil finds he has handed" in two has eleven members.We Mra. C. E. Harper anll1 i-
4' tt' We aro not able to learn the + wero McMllltan the little lefthalf, ternoon. I
$ pages of first year algebra. are sorry to report that MI' L. L. Conner and daughtersRebu B. Hunt, were the guest \It,
who '
Mlsa: Florence "Do crossed the goal line: two
name of Starke's star but his : you know
12 When Mrs. sends Nina Lee McClellan Is out of Marcus It. D. Hawley of Gri.n r i
_ r Long you times after several a'.mpts. Al- and Idamao and "ton, ,
distinguishing feature was the why our language to as
downstairs to march up and on school on account o: illness. business visitors to Jackson Springs last Sunday.
tho fullback were
varez received several
word written his the mother ?
"Amp" on Jersey tongue
looking down finds you standing Our school will render a tem- Rev. Dixon of Jackmim ,
i I The "Amp" was assisted a Jane: "Is It because father never long passes' and so did George Ray- ville'ruesday.
,1 at the foot of the stairs or about mond. Kickliter the clever little perance and Hallowe'en program, Mr. P. L Tippins and Miss\ Mat- preach at the First i
great deal by one of his backfield gels a chance to say much? .
combined on Thursday evening church here next Sunday ,
half-way down. tie Norman attended the teacher : I '
left end proved to be a pain to the
mates, a certain white-haired lad, I
13. WHEN YOU TAKE) YOUR Oct. 31st.If association given at Gainesville and evening.Mr. .
Key time
who would have done some pretty REPORT CARD HOME. Mrs. Carpenter: "Name some started players every they Money Thompson doesn't slop Friday and Saturday.A and Mrs. Ken 111'01,
around his end. I
l running with a stronger line. __0 liquid that won't freeze." !Bleeping) during school It will nec- large number tended the' transacting business In .I l
After the first touchdown CoachIhrg :
y1, t a&l Henry Lee Segars, again fought Glenn: "Hot water.' essitate the buying a paded villo th'3 week.
i valiantly through with .\ TROPICAL) TIIAGKDV: : was heard to say, "I knew federation at Antioch Sunday afternoon ;
a a
I game
-- seat.
Mr. and Mrs T. F Brow
y lame ankle. We're afraid that If they would do it", and they really I "?
,ifs he doesn't get a rest he will be ( By Pearle Manning.) Eloise: "I'm a dairy maid in a did "it" by piling one more touch- Jokes The people here aro enjoyingthe I visiting In Jacksonville I l.i:
In the tropics was where I first candy kitchen." Mr. Frisbee: "I certalntly regret revival meeting al Wateroak day.
unablo to play In the Live Oak down on top of the first, the score I I
game which! would be nothing heard It-the tragedy that I'll pass Peek: "What do you do?" was 12-0, but the Cedar Key boys the passing of long hair and' this week. Mrs Josephine Sullivin
short of a tragedy. on to you. Eloise: "Milk chocolate" took the ball for an uninterrupted> hair pins S<'IKMI] Jokes the week-end with her son

_ A It seems that Coach Jones has We heard the winds: swish softly aevcnty-flve yard dash; by making Money: "11<.w come." What would happen If Edith: had Sullivan of 'fhcreR"(,.
4 through the trees them Den Mr. Frlsbee: : "Well, when my date? I Rev. F. W. Taylor )pa
put the thing into the team that swaying : "Where are you going: ? a goal I point the score was 12-7, a
gently, It in tune with the Howard had her mouth full of !hair pins, Lost her lipstick Graham Baptist church\ '
a y j It needed, for their team-work InFriday's as : "Trying to find where which was held tho rest of the Agnes: I
w world. The soft sineter plop of those pigeons live" game. I she couldn't bawl me out. Lubcdla: Lost her bow? his regular appolntmeni: I

,r game The walt whole especially line, composed noticeable alligators as they slid off into the Den: "What for?" Tho Tornado 1:ne-up for game I I Juanita: "So you think you've" Russel( : Quit laughing? I Sat urday and Sur-diiy
got a better husband than I. Mrs. H. F. Chpsser! !! x
g# d of boys who look mighty black jungle water. The screamsof Howard : "I want some holes In was as follows: Nelson: 'fold a joke?
trt1 to the jungle beasts and the heavy my desk." Sam Alvarez-Fullback 1, Mamlo Lou : "Yea, mine gets me \Mae Wore anklets been visiting friends!: ammo i
good us, worked as a unit and twice "
t made holes that a horse could have tramp of an elephant. All these Clonn Mcl\lI11on-Left half. as many washings to do. I Edna: Combed her hair? In Jacksonville, has -<
t 1
been driven through. (No Insinuation i amo to us, wafted out of the jungle During a holdup in Chicago Ralph Cox-Right half Sunday school teacher: "Why do Lois: Got a kicking? her home here.C. .
tho hot wind that we able the Lord to give MS our his licit? A. B'rt and famll.v)
)' on the backfield, either). by winds Kewple was hit by a bullet. Th'nkIng : Dick GrlfUl'.Quarterback.' Mr. P. L. Tlpp'ns: Lout
In conclusion we should like to only ft tropical frequenter' can he was mortally wounded he Gator Inman-.Center. dally bread? Lube 1ia: What are you doing Ada Nlmmo, visited d, '

;f nay that Starke has mighty hard- know.A whispered J to a friend: "Write to Howard 1\I00re--Lert guard. Othma'" "Because: we want it I with all that soap on your bandit? relatives in Alachua I'"

fighting and clean bunch of football crescent moon hung low, likea Scootle, give her my love, tell her Milton\ Brownlee-Right guard.: fresh Agnes: Mother\ caught me say- Sunday.

u. 4 players, and that we shall pot of gold, over the tree-tops, my last thoughts, were of her. Ben Sternberg-Left tackle. 4BO Ing some bad words. Miss Thelma Sullvtansa ,,'

look forward with pleasure to an- and the native men quietly glidedto Carbon copies to Thelma, Estelle' Bill Graham--Right tackle. .........e.0........... Russel: Where are you going? visited her aunt. Mi-

t other game with them. Also, that and fro, restless, as though, and Annie Mae.Bylheway Buck Kickliter-Left end. EdIth: That's none of your business Brown this woek.

If all tho rust of the games are as they too, sensed the cause for sol George RaYQ.1ond-Itlght end. AT DRAIN : Mrs. M. L. Maynard oi \

v' good as the last we shall be glad emnity. "The person who -- Mrs. Blanche\ lOduunli, Cor. Russell: I just wanted to know la the guest of her daiiRhiW.

we have attended when the seasonis Tho cocoanuts fell with a dull never makes a mistake: never I Coach Kstelle Davis: for the girls d..1.0.LOO.OOP.......P00 finished. thud that was onlnons as the native makes anything." basketball team has been testing whether you were going to play Mary Geiger, who Ii

'f, The line-up was as follows: Especially \ girl slowly passed) the' boosh their prospects for the past couple Our trachr. \Mrs- Edwards'; spent basketball'tr going to church. very 111 for several day 1-

\r t + noticeable Is the fact that I (native: fan) back and forwardover HONOR 1501,1,-MUST :MONTH of weeks. If all tile prospects Friday: and Saturday In Gainesville 1\Iattle\ : Why do we ask the I it-lends here, who are glad '

e only cne substitution was made. our heads. Dalau, the wrinkled -- stick and are eligible, she will have attending teachers meeting.Mr Lord to give; us our dally bread? I, her condition f la improvunMr :> '

'' ; Left end--Bennett. old cook mumbling to herself, First grade E & C. classes- enugh! for two teams. Some of the and Mrs Arch Prevail are Lois: Because; we want it fro' h. J. Tucker, Is viii, ,,"

Right end-Rivera. set before us some of the cool, Ruth Wyman, Eloise Hayes Frances old timers on the team last year visiting friends and relatives here -- children :.u Georgia this \\
reviving natice drink, touch.. Overalreet John Hlgglnhoth- who this week. Mr. uiH Mrs. Lonn.c:. Fu'
Left Tackle--I1II1, aro out again this year are, Mrs. R. Horn.by; was visiting $.............+. ....... '
Right tackle-Wilson. Such a tropical night! had never am. Miss Olive Ray, teacher. "S'ootle'Andrews humorous and c> Miss Jessie Williams I
Center -Marcus Rawls been as this night of tragedy and First grade A & D classes- full of pep. Next we have Dora her mother and father !Mr. and : ZIFF teachers assoc'ation: In (.01.

6 Left guard-Lord despair as my companion, Miss Grace Green, Mable Prevatt, Lula \Manning, who shows s'gns of de- I Mrs. C, C. (Trims: Saturday and !Sllss Ouul Lewi, Cor.MA :1 'apt Friday and Saturday

.' I night! guard-Rt'glster. Florence, slowly, and moaning all I Enein Mildred Williams: Frank veloping Into a basketball player Sunday. Lire! I, J..Priest haH ivi, I Ilur
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Prevail visited ..- ..Q................... '
i_, Quarterback.-McCwlsky. the while, /gasped, out these dreadful Hemingway, Harry Kellum, Coy after two years of training Lena I : homi hero after a \

Left half-Stevens. words, "I've lost my demerit Simmons, Winton Simmer: Melvin Belle Sliepard"the little';'' wildcat Mr. and Mrs. C. Strickland and Mrs. Ii. E. Thomas and her dughtcIrs.: \ A .1/.1V

_ l Rlp-ht half. Leorisner. book!I" Wiggins, Olbert Drown. Mrs. II. C. on the team last year didn't report I Sunday. son, Floyd, of Jacksonville, were Bran ford.
it o'ullboclSegars. (To be continued by I., D. S. Hitch, teacher. for the call for volunteers, Wo are havnnice: !\ weather this, In. our section several days of last Mrs II.. D. May w 'v trun

Substitutions: Williamson !or next week.) First grade D class.-Carl this being her last year, she means j week The roads are getting so week business! In Starke thin, .

Stevens. -Luke Clly Reporter. Johnson. Miss: Estelle Davis, teacher to make It. If all tjie new prospects :- we can travel them without get- M.J.. W. Lewis and Mr. W. S. I ast Sunday rooming *

y 0 .U'MOIl ALPIMItKTA .: turn out to be as good and ting stuck.. A Ray were attending to htls'ness in carloads of the Nash a''

11. H. S. JfOTKS. Second grade.-Margaret\ Hlg- better than last year's team there Jacksonville last Monday and Tampa! wero enroute fruit,

_ ( ) Is for Alice glnbotham, Alllo Mae Slade, will: be a chance for the state ............. ... ...... TuesdayMi1 nonvllle to Tampa, ono oi t
Judging from the Cedar Key- Our musician so grand. Frankle Hitch Margret Lowry, 1 championship.[ n nnd Mrs. W. M. Hodges of skidded and overturned '

Starke football game, the newly- ((11)) la Witty Billy: Jean) Davis, Ralph Rhodes, Jewett i, I : TllERESSAII J StnrUe spent last Sunday.here with curve west of town. A niploype 'u

elected cheer loaders, Eva Marcotte To you we take. oft our hat and Fogg, M. V. John, Jessie Ricks. -- I :\ !!!.,Rhoda Zeigler, Cor. relatives. suffered a broken,
] and Paul Knight, think an appropriate stand. Miss Ethel Griffin, teacher. .....................e4.ti I. & Miand 1.lrol. R. B. Thomas were wan rushed to the once. 'ii'
11) )....... ... .....
(C) Is. for Cleo 'I V. \ where he w
Third Burnsed Miller
:> yell for Bradford would grade.-Levy lIF.lI.nnoSV: SPRINGS!I attending to business In Starke ,
y be: With a voice that would be fine I' Clara Flume, \McKay Johnson, Miss Pearl Norman 0 \Mrs. T. F. Drown and familyof Saturday afternoon medial attention.

p Ht! 'em hard- for any trio. Paulino Newsome, Mellle SIlcox, 0' Hampton were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Louis Clemens and Mr. R. +--- -
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(D) Is for Dora '
g+$g Sock 'em In the jaw Joo Higginbotham, Alma Murrhee, Mrs. A. L. Sullivan Saturday af- I., Thomas were! in our section last 00000i.,00000.'.4 .
!Make their faces Our blonde baby Billy Powell, Crockett Summer, Misses Jeanette and Ida Mao tern <:,n. Sunday. .

J4 I Raw- -raw-raw. Sho makes the boys take notice, Ethel Brunson, Mary Lee Stafford. Johns and Grace Alvarez were the Mr. and \Mrs C. Sullivan and Miss| CliisH'o: Hodges of Starke, : LAIVTEY :

"I don't mean maybe"" Miss Jessie Wlirams, teacher. guests of Misses Lorene and Paul cons: Percy and Felix, spent Sunday spent last Sunday here the guest .

That the business men of Starke (E) Is for Elmo Third grade.-Tom Mercserau, ino Greene Sunday afternoon. with her father, \Mr. G. M. of her cousin, Miss Leila Mae Lew-\ 0....1..0000..' ,

Although not the keenest Inmnn Green, Leon Leach Thomas Missel Hetha Clemons and Bennet und la. .
are interested in our school was : Ruby family. : Mr. Jeff Roberts : lit'''i
d shown last Friday when they Ho takes the prize : Lewis N. T. nitch. Gloria ( and Mamie Lou Norman wereth" Mr. (I. "'. Hlnson and daughters Mi'. and Mrs. J. B. Thomas, Mr, In Jacksonville.

closed thel: places of business for For being the meanest. ; Johns, Hazel. Johns, Mary" Jane ,. guests of Misses Pearl and Mildred ,, MissesV'llie \Mae and Okie.weror and !Mrs U B Thomas and daughter !: Mr. and Mrs. Jeff T

the game which was our first ( Fls) for "Fatty" nrownlceHe Judd( 1, Louise Sullivan. Miss Madge\ Norman Sunday Visiting \Mr. and Mrs. A, L. Hazel, all spent last Sunday daughter Miss lI'lorlII)!

4 victory this s"asoll."a wonder knows what's' flue Mlddleton, teacher.: )Mr. and Mrs L. R. Denmark Sullivan and family Saturday eve the guests of Mr and .\Mrs. U. J. day in Ft. White

if this Interest shown In our school Ho comes way from tile countryTo Fourth gl'llCle.--Edna Pearce, were'tho guest of Mr. and !Mrs\ I. ning. Lowis.- \Mrs.! E. E. Burncy andeprnt

t, team did not have a great deal to Starke all the time. 'Frances Loe Peek Irene: Prescott, N. Norman Sunday, Mrs. Hu"y; Gaines of Gainesvillewas Mi' and Mrs. I. W. Dyal and \ Sun'lav In Jack "'

do with thu score? ((0)) !eland fur "Gator" Ruth Ella Priest: Doris Strickland Mrs K. B. Hart and 1IIIdredNorman visiting her father, Mr G. M. little daughter, Marlon Lee, of her parents Elder ana "

Ho plays football swell Lillian Slump, Wilier Mae Thorn were mopping in Starke Bennett and family Sunday nlgbt. Ciaham spent last Sunday herewith Skipper.

; Di 1 1" tiny; was the speaker of our nut never, !is anxious! ton, Bessie Varnes, Carol White, Thursday.. J. I. Brannon and sons. Raleigh (their parents) !Mr. and Mra. J. Mi', and Mrs. R. II 'I 1 t

thnn-l 1 "\-uM'fj last Thursday. lie For Milton to ring tile belt. I Grade Mabel Pttzer Robert Green M'jjues Edna'and Thelmn Lewis and Dennls'of' Hampton, wore visiting W. Lewln.Mi I children spent Sund\\:\

l cho- vni.iiis, scripture road lags (II) U for Hazel L. p. Jones, Jr., Dilly Long, Woodrow w<-,'e guests of Misses Pearl and Mr. A. L. Sullivan Sunday af- *, and Mrs. J.-.D. Thomas and i in Jacksonville.

and took') us on an Imaginary jour- With big brown eyes [ Woodard, Lloyd Edwards.Mr Mildred Norman Saturday after ternoon. M., and Mrs F.V.. Reynolds of : \Mi' and Mrs. F. T? '

n,, : ,r"ml- '! \ the world. Ha told! liS Such a dear sweet child W. II. Hart teacher. I noon :Mi and Mrs J. J. Zeigler had Graham spent the last few days oi ; spent Sunday even;IT; '

or b i ', 11, 'i customs of some of (She never tells lies ) Fifth grade: Virg'nta' Alvarez Mi1. Harmon Morgan attended as the'r dinner !truest; Sunday, L. this week In Jacksonville with' Park with' h'8" part II''

t"' '' mid African people and ((1)) I. for Iris Freda Brown, Myrtice Ford, Hazel |I church at Lake Buller Sunday. C, Zelgler of Gainesville.: W. T. friends nd relatives. Mrs. Carrodlne.Meadamea .

-:' ;"t1 1 11" 'u 'the world was in need of A swept little miss Hornsby, Mae Mereaerau, Vera Mr. David Thomas 'attended Zelgler gt'Jacksonville.and Charlie Mi and Mrs W. S. Ray spent I R. R 'I

+ r" il I I"i M :Irnd 1 roal women to teach Who 1 I. bound -to afire@ Claire Robinson, Erma Sloan, Mari church at Heilbrotm Sunday. Phillips of Hampton. last Wednesday night at Graham\ Mooro, and W. F. :v'

t1! .' r i iitt)! right from wrong. Plenty of wisdom and bliss. Lila Slade, Hertle Mae Ward, :Edward Mi Lloyd Moore was vtslftig: Mi". and: Mrs. A; J. Grlffl i of with Mr und Mrs. I. W. Dye! Monday in Jackson i iV.Blr. :, .

Thi.. .Ik was both Instructive and (J) I..* for James Richard Bagwell. James Burnsed. Mss Marvin Hitch' Saturday evening Starke were rioters: at the homeof MIsH Rbodl Thomas spent several \ Charlie Hill 01' >

ant, \\1.i nilll i g? for young and old. Dr, Geomerty ls.hls weakness. Markley Hornsby. Don Stllley Ar- A. L. Sullivan Sunday after days of thin week here with visited his brother, L.

-.tl ,. Guy i M ntnrrsted In our school What he needs most now thur Swanbom. Miss Eunice Perkins Mr. Hart: Hudson of Wildwood! f noon. her parents, :Mr. und Mrs.. J, B. urday.

and nn a.inii.il and baa promised Is a way to wire" Ida sweetness. ( teacher was v'slttng relative here. hUll I Mi, and Mrs II. I>. May visited Thomas Mr, and ,Mrs. J. C: '

f':!' to bolo'< "i it for us. (K) la for Kathryn Sixth grade.-Alaman Brunson week. Mr. and Mrs A. I., Sullivan Sun Mr. J. W. Lewis and son son, Ra ford, visited her i

4)) !low she loves "Cicero! La's Judtlr, Lillian Sternberir, Juno Misses Lola Reddish, Jeanette day night. i L. 0., were attending to business: and Mrs. V. R. Ruiiii' :

) Th.' cf nlors will begin rehearsal Do you think she'll pass it? Smith,. Elaine Wynn, Fannie Bllw Garter and Mildred Norman at- We regret to report I that Mr. A In Starke Saturday: Mrs. L. H. Hill runt\
v for a pi.iv, within the nest few Oh, my goodness, not! % cox, Gladys Roboraon" A. W. Anderson i I tendtd church Waterouk Sun L. Sullivan who Is very ill had to I M.- J. C DennIson of Lake Butler J.-? and Richard Tl.. ;,

d.-\: '. f r the purpose of raising (L) stands for Lewis Robert" McCain Dale : day night. return to Galneav hospital were In our section Monday.IIAMPTON uirtny in Ja 'ksoir.ill. "

_ I7 moll' y for tho high! ; school (annual. Who conies from of town !: Young, Miss Oruber, taadier." The revival meeting at Hull- Monday. We all wit! h him a Mrs. 1-). E. Burnoy, .. .

Ho is always smiling Seventh grade.-Mildred Grime, bronn church clotted Sunday morn speedy recovery and' tI at (he will In Starke Monilaj.
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Bradford's school ap'rlt underwent lie doesn't know how to fro,vn. Loulso Kite Helen Merserau. lag with twanty-ono members bo home again soon. I Mrs. L. II. Hill\ wo

,._$ a r<'vlval I I last Friday when ((1\1)) stands for Muriel I Miss. !Maud Mitchell teacher.. that Joined during: the week. Mr. Ed Sullivan| of Titusville, ar- : visitor tu Siarke Tu'" d.:,'

Glenn Mi" Mlllan, Bradford's "pe> dy How quiet Is she 'I Eighth f\'rllIo.-Iole\ Adkins, Mrs.\ .'V. E Clemons was the rived hero Monday afternoon to Itll" AIIM .'\ ...iu,. toe 6 G. A. Anderson '
c }, halfback scored two touchdowns Somo day IIbe'lI-) be Kthollri Baron, 1IarthlDrownloe, guest of Mrs I. Ni Norman Sun ,'Lt; t his father, Mr. A. Sullivan business in Starke Tu'
; h _ against Cedar Key. Going with a "he", Bunny Ca nova, Kitty Housed" Lola day afternoon Miss AHa Rhame of Hampton
(N) Is for NovellaA Long; MarjorIe Stump, Dorothy Hvl.ool Notes pent Monday night with Miss Mrs W. B, Alexander and Jacksonville Contra.

?+ 1-\lH.\Hlt.\SSIXU:: MOMK.VTS: '" junior she U not Swanbom. Mra. D. Perk'ns. teacher Harmon: Well, as tho saying Okie Hlnson. daughter, ?l Jra. J. I, Tucker and ed l for paving Edgcwr/

Hut to say she won't be goes, what you don't know, won't Mrs.\ Josephine Sullivan of Mra. O. L. Harrison attended the from State Road No. 1 to t-
1 When quietly having Is just a lot of rot. I Ninth grade.-Mary Brownlee, I, hurt you Hampton, is atay'ng with her district: meeting of the Missionary I ner road and for pain

?: a conversation with your nearest ((0)) 1 Is for Overstreet Ina For ythe, Louise Marcotte Mr. 'I Lorene1: That's lucky for you, ; nieces during their father's nines' Baptist of the W. M. U. which I road from Bowden station H

_ neighbors std on looking; up meet That's Gary's last name Harrison, teacher. i Inez: No, Clarence, I won't mar !. convened with Melrose Baptist Imately two miles south.

wjth an op;'n mouth, the teachers' It he keeps on Tenth grade. -Patsy Brln on, :I ry you, but I'll be a ulster to you Mine\ Rhoda Zeigler spent Mon- church th's week, I JackRDn.lIIeVard t1 wn8

gaze. Ho'll reach the height of fame Louise Edwards: Jean i Phate: Not on your life, you day night with Miss Alma Lee. ,I O. Flayed, Hampton's efficient Company plan erection of m'' 'rut

2, When you think you have a (P) is for Pearl Melba Sllcoz Den Laird'i(: won't I can't afford )it. I already Rev. S. II. Dodd delivered an I j l jeweler, was transacting business ftve-story building In future

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OCTOBER :lA, :1021)
T.n.i> __u. .._. _.- .- nn\DF'tRn COUNTY: TELEOKAIMI, RT.\nlF:, FLORIDA PAOK THREW ,'

"C_ --- u __ __ _____ __ __ u _ ... ._ ---. -.- -- .. -.. ---- --- - -- --- '- -_ ---
,- a'I ----------------t iiirmd, I lin.it, unill reued.' while''i and( i-hlldrcn And Mis-i Ge: crude Frostproof plll"ofonda"! afl'-ruoon( Fifty'' live stat* a:' head of ihi, 1JlHlate

I of Florida in Shod l.iiwrv .mil (foxily! ( \\'lIt,,( dmvnN'ith (Car; Surviving; arc Hithuximml and I hounds were. entored! but more r)1'I't'd (' Courier Express and Great Lakes l
New Paragraph ; .
t r ni\ i the ,drowned men nor i.r.1.1
I I'i i \\ IHIMt., "i IHVOJI by ,'Iinpnp;: ; ;Mi, Cannon UIN'ni Il'anKIlf'llug two small rhtldrcn five '\) to enter before Wednettil.i I Transit "ompany. He was heavily t

I --.-- in tl'i" final' Could ,MVlm.i ;nie-i.' In Stnrku last Fr day. Mr*. llornc" Hosier of Arranrtoinlii< ,I The Blue Ribbon awards areas interested! in Kvnrglades: lands and l l

:I i M-Rrirs. Cyril and Rnel Dukes of Mrs Ellery! Thomas of Jarkson- follows: Best derby matron.; several years" ago bu It the Connor {, I
i -I- Oakes uttended B. Y. P. U. here v lie Mrs. Benny ..ater of AnopKi Queen, .1.I.V.. WellOn'notvllle;
Highway flour Ft Pierce
Daytona ; to
State Butch
Live News I I of Daytona) P:*,il Mnr'occla last Sunddp"tlight. : Misses VorlJe and Anna Dell Best derby hound, Joe. I. \V. OkeeQhobeo City and beyond s
!' Beach was arrested Among those attending the D. Y. TI'I',.". of this place Her mother Wells; best" all age matron Betty.

I I----- -. : rant) hero charging tonight on a peace war- P. U. Federation at Lacrosse were Mm. tf. \V. Thomas and one J. n. WollH, sheriff of Alachua More-than three miles of con-

; that he threatened Minsen Josephine Chesser, Iris troth: H'.r.! AIn! Thom.is of county, Galnesvlllo; best nil ago crete paving en road number ten
to "b
:I TOLD BY OUR EXCHANGES : <;lIt and for kill" Slnnley Walker, Brown And Mildred Cone and I'I'Apoplta hound, Barney J. 11.. Let ton of south of Tallahassee in Leon COMI-
reporter the Daytona Roach Messrs. T. B. rJnholster. O. J. Mott' The boJaccompanied by rolo-
Maws-Journal. LeeHburg!:; best pair Barney and ty( has been completed under ccn- sly
I Rlurloccla\ was held and R. A. Colson. lives was brought back! here and Barbara llerton, J. R. Lotion; best tract by tin. Robert G. Laatltr.r Co.,
...... under $1,000 bond
i,.''... ------- ': before for appearance Mi1. Resale ColHon attended the laid to rent. at Deacon cemeterylast pack, M. II. Buxley, of Galnoaville; and working[ ('rewllore moving this! ,

"e Three hundred ----------.1/: County Judge .1. B. Peacockof football game In Starke hut Friday Tuesday with Ilev. J. II. Kelly hest matron, Betty, J. U. Well ; weekto;' tho c'ty of Tallahassee to
t DeLantl. by whom ihe warrant
of river frontage at n< (/nictating.J best hound, Barney J. H. Letton; 1 begin at this end of the work closing
t preaclu-r was Issued Into
today plead this afterno.ru
not on MKI! Grace Wood of Lawtoy was best l opposite: \\ aK recently sold for /guilty to chaises that he an affidavit sworn to by Walker. t
had falsely Hearing on the had vlfilliiiK: here! last Sunday.Mr. \ ... .....e....arr.t....b. Wells.; two more cups are to be southward from a point In front of
nf three fine winter uttered an allegation on July been warrant not Fogg of Graham was transacting awarded one to best derby and the capitol during the next few

'n o i ,it t hern visitors. 30 to the effect that the Dank of ''WAS the set today.outconio Martoccla's of arrost i business I here last Satur Keystone; Heiahts JMlNM ono to best all age. The cup pro- weeks, 'lays the Tallahassee Demo-

Buiinell had closed. An nflhlavlt, an encounter: i day.Mr. lllrn Ogden ('..r. 'it n ted by Keystone Heights board crat.. ; ;;
wtll: maket and Walker 'last A. D. Shaw of Ca'nesvillP, i Illf J. U. Letton
I Florida sworn by II. A. I t trade went to for kPractically
Henderson attorney night!: following puLlicatlon In *heNewsJournal ........9............... ;
ii million boxes of cltIIK against King., ateo alleged way, visiting friends here las; Sun- host hound Barney. I all preparations have :
to estlm based that L. W. Nelson, another of a'news story on day, Mr. and !Kim. .T. It. Houser, anti l I The program for the rust of the I been completed for the spectacular -

,, ,KO) to tho board of (11i "did start tl'an"mit t and attorney gambling tho padlocking maeh'nes of a number, of Misses Louise Tlpplns Blanche! Cartrticta.: and Mis Arncotn. Ogden: week is for Tuesday and "'''dnoa-I( i features: of the Satsuma Orange: ,

i lie Florida Citrus Ex- ,circulate such false statement! ( in UaytonnBeach Rurgdorft1; Inez N.iwmans, Jose I were In Jacksonville Wednesday I lay running of derbies for Thursday festival, which! is to take place at
Prolim'nary hearing for Iii which Martoccia was plilno Horn banFh: Lubedla Pin- The Woman's Club hold their Friday and Saturday running ,: Marianna, November 14, 15, and : ,
I the
negrowas (holed I
set for Tuesday. Oct. 22. as admitting ownership of holster I.o'B Oalney. !Mr. and Mrs. first meeting of the season at the of all age hounds. Hunters from 16, according to Ihoeo! in charge. of i" J.
,' More than $13,000,000 machines, with Kent Hlldreth : C. S. Laird and !Mr. T. P. Plnhol- i lubhome Thursday afternoon. After different parts of the state are herefor the arrangements for this annual ,

I building' and Improve- Tampa -- City firemen I associate.! : stei1, Lois Galney, Air and Mrs. t a short program consisting, / the hunt also! from Tennessee, event. "

h,.,lug made In Tampa were pumping water into a lake today; C. S. Laird and Mr. T. p, Pinhol- sovcrnl ]piano numbers by Mans: 'Kentucky;;: and North Carolina .___ '' f.I' f. ;

a report by J.: C. Hus- savo tho fish from drowning according I ......................... attended\ the leacncrs meeting Gcrrrudo Houser amid relating of Twenty-five are registered, at the Books that, are worn and yet are L''J' \,

ntlve secretary of the to health authorises. A in Gainesville last I Friday! and Sat interesting and unusual oxporlOIIOPS Inn and number are camping. not to be thrown away can be t 1 ,h
Board sanitary : BROOKER : urday.Mr( during the summer by club Came Coinni'ssloner Woodward, lacquered and made to look 1'ka ;n,
+illy sewer near Rubles
burst Monday night; and the refuse *. Miss Pcai-Io Gnlncy I'. p Wnrd and uaufhler. I| members a picnic supper wan enjoyed ind Secretary of t'llIte'm.. Igou new. Kven thou 11-.1' he backs' need !
Rosnlee, and\ Mr. Ressle: Colson l by members and guests and others are expected to arrive to he repaired they can t be gone ,
A beautiful 40-acre drained Into the lake. Fish died ...... .................
"i 'us" known as the BIs- from lack of oxygen. The fire department was attending to business in I Billy Itullwinkle golf pro at HIP TU IHlay. over with the lacquer and detection I I I. 1'
purchased Mr. and :Mrs, R. W. Branncn 'Starke last! Saturday. golf dub) for Hits year, with his .--- will not bo possible. I 'I! 11
1WIlS by was called
upon to hook and) daughter, Pauline of Lake Rev. Norrin. of Lacrosse passed I wife and lion, are In the Fungborn On preliminary Information he --+-- ii
of St. Louis, and its
I i I' up pumpers with c'ty watel'mains ?
Butler spent the week-end here through here enroule to Hampton apartments./ has /gathered r. M. Duncan, chief Fort Myers Erection will I!, i1' a
of dollars bei'd
oats are and furnish fresh
i water! to w:Hi her parcnlK, Mr und Mrs. II. last Sunday. Donald N. PaiiRborn was In enp'neer of the state road department start soon on $7B,000 grapefruit tl! t
i In remodeling and tho Inhabitants of the .
( !
: pool. P. Cialnoy. Mi1. S. M. )Mott and Mrs. Sally Green Cove on biisIiiOHB !Monday\ oat! imlicc, that. storm damage canning plant hero.' /I. :
of the grounds. '
i Plant Mrs. Resettn Tlllis of Lakeland, !Mott were visiting: Worthington/ Messrs. Wm. llaker, Seth Ken- to highways all over the state willar.'ollut Rapid progress being made on j II' ; .r,
C ty 5
Another Industryfor Is spending some time here with Sjirlngr. Ins Satitrday.Mr. nedy and W. II. Ogden are serving: to i.pio\lm'Uely' '30IJ. "O.) construction' of .1,000.000: causeway t
I \\.iles -- The Florida Plant City was announced this hod mother !Mrs Baxter.Mr. R. Jl* Gft'l'no was transacting on (the Jury at Green Cove Sprl1 gs \When complete final reports are from Tampa to Clearwater, t t ,
nvetitlon of tho week by J. W. '
,II" Slnton who withIr. H[ P. Oalney and Mrs. J. J. bus'nesfl in Starke last Mon- this week. received' ho hopes that the, prelim- ...hol'tl'nlncIlRtant'C/ between these 11 ,,
ii of real estate boards If. Keene has esla hi!lulled! the Mc.rgnn\ were transuding businessIn dny. Mr. and Mrs. K. M. Hazcm Miss Uuth Lawrence entertained n..ry Btlnitite.may he reduced con- two cttleA nine miles ,( sy( ,
December 9 to 12.! Plant Moss
in-lit 1 : City and Fiber
I company Starke and Lake Butler last and so! 4, Wlnfrcd and Mr. an 1 Mrs. Saturday afternoon Walt: a siderably. On the leyVelt: extension l\1111bert'-Lake1and State Bank 1 ''i
"I I I. Ii., \\ ,ales Intsead of the origin at North Gordon and Cherry Fr'day. O. f). Strayhorn spout Sunday In fancy work party. The guests were Mr. Duncan a'd that dam- & Trust company erecting addition ,, '

November. streets.! The new firm provides a Mr.\ and !Mrs. S. Dukes and Hawthorn with friends and rela !Misses Gertrude Houser Helen 'JIRO!; scattered. He said bridges between to present quarters and Installing 1( ;'

cash market for cured Spanish daughter Avis spent Sunday here tives. Lawrence Arneela and Helen the Florida keys were left I additional equipment at total cost tl

.; I', tiTsbtirgFinal plans moss. Tho black moss, 4Iho as guest of Mr. and Mrs. 11. P. !Mlsse\ 13zt'land Cladys: Underhill Ogden and Mrs Klwell: Ho bin- Intact and the road was soon put of 10000. :I! I'iy'
,Ma, nlng the staff of stp'e ured i moss Is known br'nits four
"M Clainey. of Starke and Lucille Mcllne back In condition for light travel. Dade City Plans" underway :
in i "..i l the Federated: .. lc cants( a pound here Severa: ship- Mr.Vllcy Kelley of New River, of Waldo passed through here last son.The choir of the community The prlnc'pal' damage was Inillctcd for re-opening Bank of Pasco coun
i ;,,II ''in will meet here October mints have already !been sent to t
which discontinued; :'
passed through; here last Monday Sunday. church was at tlllr. nndllumel'oul! miner places. ty. I
i i il I 11'c;, are being worked out' Atlanta biu< weekly shipments will the has resumed' 'I Sarasota Beach Roberts Ca- !
Mr.\ J. R. !Mott was attending to Mr. Russell Green was vlslt'ng during summer +-: -- j
b t>., n" ,miii-i-H+ of the local music be made from now on. buslneNs In Starke last Tuesday. In Lake Butler last Sunday. work and had their first: rehearsal Florida lost a good filrnd when sino opened to public at Sarasota t I

'Illll' !Miss :Slellmae Ward of Jacksonville Messrs. Lessdle (Jreen and Mal Friday evening. New members' William J. Conners died nt his Beach. '

-- Tampa -- Trial of Sidney J. spent<: the week-end here with lie Surrency were visiting in Lake are Mrs. Wm. Baker Miss Margaret -: home In Buffalo( :.ast Saturday I' Plant City $14,000 modern :

,rata A friendly baseball Calls, former governor of Florida her mother. !Mrs T. I'. Wad( Butler last Saturday night.A Dodd and Mr. Leland How From an humble beginning: Mr packing house under construction' +

rams ii, arly proved fatal to J. P. on charges of aiding and abetting Mr. A. B, Surrency and son, largo crowd of young folks ard. Conners rose to o.ie of the fore here by Seaboard Air Line Rail

I'hatiniin. local resident. Chat- counterfeiting was set today by Mallle.vero transacting business cnjuyed a party gven: nt the home Mr. and Mrs. J. II Lawrence most places In business! In his na- !

mar ufft.red a fractured shall Judge: Alexander Arkerman In fed- in Stake last Monday.Mr. of Mr.\ and Mrs. M. P. Mathenylast Mrs. Stephens sister of Mrs. Lawrence -/ way.'r
"vh,"n i hal slipped from the hands eral court for the week of October '
and !Mrs. A. B. Crosby of Saturday night. The games and Forrest lush returnedto
.of" Huh Smith ai) the latter took abait :21. Calls was represented In court Jacksonville spent Sunday here as 'played were outdoor games and the Keystone Heights Friday night. ) ,'

(twng! at the horsehide, strlkii by attorneys. Maleo Mir end Ar- /guest of her parents Mr. and Mrs.L. crowd departed tt: about the hour Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence and Mrs We can ctinrflfi your 1-.. "
(I'' a'nuin on the head. mando Don.lngupz, charged In the R. Gulacy.Messrs. of eleven and! all reported! having Stephens have spent' the past three 8

-- same case with Cants! will bE tried Uestila Colson and O. J. had a fine time. Among those months visiting relict yes In ''tlf. STORAGE BATTERY InSmith's '

\II"\ i r Haven Poultry pro- the same week. Madeline Leah Mutt spent !Moiidny in Jat( knoiivllle frcm Duk'B here were: Messrs.[ I ferent parts of Pennsylvania. Mr\ ; ,

,$t. "f the Florida West Coast ; Burwell, arrested with Julian where they attended their- Cyril Dukes, Hobby Parrlsh' ; from Buck i Is from Count-nut Lake Pa.. i

br, 't' Completed organization' Diaz, Tampa attorney, who now Is cus. Luko Butler, Messrs. Danna Dukes and will spend the winter in Keystone I :
,,: ill U .i 1 Coast Poultry Assoc! faTmI serving: a term In the federal ,en- Air and Mrs. R. T. Osteen were and M. C. Roberts. Heights. Starke j C ; :

'lie: association! will begin lit Hilary after pleading eullty In attending to business In. Starke last M I', and Mrs.\ W, It. Dunose anti The Bench Show at the third Garage j :

i> i d i November 15. Arrange- tho same counterfeiting ('liRe. Is :Monday. son J, C. and nephew Charles annual meet of ho Florida State F1a. : j

lents were made with the term- expected to aid the government Rev. Norr's of Lacrosse has spent! Sunday here an guiits' of Mr. Fox Hunter's Association being ,. :

111,1,i n' i in at Tampa for space! for spent several days of last week IudIrs.: H. H. Greene held at Keystone Height, took { ., '

li.ini'i, ii" riding, packing and' Tampa -- Mary Luplon, pretty hero at the First Baptist church Mrs. Amy O. 1'olrcloth, -!\IesFr -- '" .
f i it
-',,,1'i,,_ of eggs delivered to the Ifl year old St. Petersburg high where he has been assisted by Rev. Ira Haddock and Cecil Fogg/ of ',

.u ,,Iran' by its members. .school girl came to her mother's Boavls while conducting n revival Tampa spent: Suudny at the home! : !i ir

'time to-lay. Mary elojed Scptem- The Theressa! baseball players of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Greene.
i Ler 24 last, with L. A. Ordcntez.. a motored over here last Saturday The death angel/ entered the

Buta'' u' Ilondiir.in: wllh whom she had 1111:1 played( a veiv Ii tercsMng/ gone home of Mr. and !Mrs. Harvey Warren

> been acquainted a short time. of ball. The score ending 20-2 in nnd took from their: midst< n

lu'ii,. i"day+. when he fell from aS"h Stealing away from homo before favor or Brooker.. Ihfclr"beloved( mother Mrs. Warren, Jar Economical fran.'."."..,
i ,, ,nil passenger train as It dawn they fled to 'Honduras) [ Mr. (}. B. Colson was transdct- formerly Miss' Gertie Thoinai.he! W y
ii- i r i'' "l iho station Butler fell aboard n small banana boat. onlyto IIIK business In Starke last Wed- was born in 1898 and had lived ,.

(rum i'I"- rear of the train and suf- be taken Into custody at Trujillo ni sda)'. here all her childhood days and

fi'rui(j .1 I wound on the temple which at the request of the American Among; those attending church after her marriage had lived here

mil-id hraln concussion.* Ito ded: government. Ordene wa here from Lncro, se Tuesday night or close by unlil th's summer

IP' II" Winter Haven, hospital two carried off to Jail and Mary became were: Mr cod Mrs. Henry Sowell, when they made their home In CHEVROLET SIX ::1

flour later without recovering a guest of the American con .
">ni" inusness. sulato. u
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MiamiWith( continual rains West Palm Beach -- Joseph ,.' .

'fo' i .1, 'K for the next 24 hours city Seifert of Lake Worth Is a firm the Car Universal : :
and li.nllh. ofllclals in the various believer In the exact letter of the of Appeal 'i ,

communities of greater Miami to- law. Several days ago he receiveda I I 1.
da) w.'re redoubling efforts to protect summons d.tectinti! him to appear r I j

water supplies from overflow In court as defendant In a mort- y j'

contamination, and urging unttyphi"d !- gago foreclouse suit. Seifert appeared January 1st, over a million one hundred and ;:

+ (nnoculatlon. Ilialsah at the courthouse at the SINCE '
thousand six-cylinder Chevrolets have '
anti OJtiu are the worse sufferers hour named In the summons. lie (1 1 ....
(from I ilio high water, although came sU miles to be there at '' I ,I ,l a I been produced. Naturally, this is an outstanding '

Darin! nt almost every other com- o'clock this' nrirrlnt\ but, he foundno 11
1 II industrial achievement. But it is more than that. It
flint) I u in the Greater Miami dls- one connected with lie t 1 11 I ? ?

''I"" I ,ii,,ive flooded streets. The courthouse was locked and I t1 11 tl 1 is a great public endorsement of Chevrolet's policy
dark. Latr1I! the day, he returned r' 1 I I .
.! "nupa Believing that Nomen to the courthouse to lie told progress : to 'uulhl a quality automobile whose design ; i

-ii) I ,"i ipay 'attention to the'r that the summons should( have incorporates every possible feature of progressive ,,1cngilleern
:""l,- especially when nature Is read 2 p. m and not 2 a.. m on I N

"+"in+' bark on them," Mrs. Ruth Oct. 11.TallahasHco. -- : ; :! whose (beauty is distinctive smart and t tsatisfying

,.''I\ii-l.''l. i ran""y' de parlor Hart,here 83, sought and went out IL risurtac'ng! of 1, I whose reliability is assured by fine ,. :! :

1111., ., Ii t the ordeal of a "perma- tho final unpaved link of the Tam- j materials and precision manufacture and whose ,.
11" ", amt trail, consisting: of about ten >:
"iii'less",So many-elderly about their,: women npoar- ,I -Men. w 11 he undertaken shortlyby price is so low as to be within reach of the great : -h!hr

lie" paid I convicts Chairman Robert W majority of tile people. We want you to know what J,
Bentley of the state road depart : t
v'' t Palm-Beach This has mont announced today. The convicts owe Ret this policy has meant in the development. of the Chevrolet i 1 11.

""'"i\ ,. will he sent Into Collier coun- j I'
.1' be quite a "buggy" )place. : Six-the modern car of universal appeal. Wo >"
I ,iuds of what nature lovers y shortly to begin the work, Mr. 1
..i' "i'oleopt eras" were fond on Jcntley; paid Tho department will : want you to know that Chevrolet has brought within If'I

''h.' i'v' streets. And. to make (uirthaao tho lime rock at-Its nextuarterlY'tneeling :.
the reach of
all the
moo,' i worse the insects! are ;' to be held Oct If your property is likely to suffer severe everybody, everywhere, advantagesof :

"j''", i'I I H!!." Oue nature student be- 13, when bid for approximately fire smooth, six-cylfnderpcrformance. Come in today :, t
"',." '<'i I the bugs were forced here 10,000 tons of rock for t that pro damage, you must pay for the increased > If I't"'

""' l... recent storm from the Is'tt'i'l ect. will be receive! Bid. w II hazards in your rate. If your r l

the seas south of Florida. 'ock leo be to opened be used at In that hardsurfacinghe meeting for building has been safeguarded in accordance C jj'KJCl.t ]/ rtlJ"TER. '525 Jfl-ORT COUPB. ''645 'of{ I it

The The
i.' ..I ,'IanAdoJph\ Rowe. local remainder of road( No. 19 In with known standards of fire pro PIIAKTOV: 525 St.DA.NTht . '675 I: 'f

reMI', in, la bites larlon county, where convicts will Price for Price The: ; IMTFRIAL' t '(
and nursing: several ilso be used from a D xle county tection your insurance rate will be lower. 11.\.11 . 595 MuJAN . 695 :
rat heB as the result of an ( "
ati.i I i, from a fox squirrel| whichran amp Your rate measures your hazard. Value I for Value I UCPE Th. . 595 All pricitj./HflchiitanConnMrr o. "./Jcrory.Flintt t :, :

'i him unexpectedly from the I the delivered prU*M* wrtl mm she lUc (f.o.h. : w' '
aged ,
*r I","I as he was Inspecting hisItl' Gainesville J. M. Lowry This is the spirit of fair dealing which price whvn comparing I *uf umubli*vulur Our dmlffVd : '
,... Island Grove, and A. F.lawdy .llv.rd prli-rit. Include only Mulinrl/il rhiiram fur I"
"n Lake Don Y. Orert nynnirl 13, of marks the stock fire insurance business. fr.lghtanddvilv.ryund' th. rhurtt* fur wny addltlotiul
'oho accompanied Rowe aged 28, a traveling fruitsacker ..: ...... ..or anane4lgd..lred... ,r.
''''". 01 1 the and were drowned In Lochlos- .'
animal by the ta'l Consult
glib'-' ''! i II. The head Is being ex- ;a Lake. near the mouth of Crossreek Liw- us regatding your risk-today. THIS IS CHEVROLET NATIONAL DEMONSTATION WEEK Y} :
am afternoon.
) yesterday
in. d for !
pohslblo rabies. (:I8"-!IO'
n ght i,
ry's body was dltH'ovel'odlatlt 0 1

Ki.w Smyrna:: It cost three al- and Rawdy's this morning about Harold C. WallInsurance t
'ler"'t o'clock. Yesterday afternoon
premature huntsmen. J. W.
(' Lloyd Doyles., Cordon Torode-Ritch Chevrolet {
1'a men Company
P T Vaughn"more, of Archie Zellwood Harvey$400 and to five young Hagan. Marvin Crosby. J. M. .I :
Rawdy left
Shoot and A. F.
a doe. im-- Lowry
That sum was
p! Creek In a small boat -witha Starke Florida Y'
wi| Cross
a a fine| In court here after The :
A, ,' "kicker" for motive power. Starke Florida
Ouenther for
game warden the lake was d,1 f
ills h gh and + f
It i strict| testified that he had wind was mile out in ,
about a
"rpted the trio after the doe had rough.

bean slain and Just as the hunt Lochloosa Lake and the Crosby boat overturnd. swam to- COME IN-TAKE A RIDE IN THIS SENSATIONAL SIX' : ",
ors had< : Hngan: ;
their upon
guns to the over- l ,
the> BoyJes clung I 1
deer's shore. ,
young fawn.

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Ititlt)1-ELi'T;: : HONORII: 1 I ( 1N1)YFUTI'iIMr. KLOKIDA POST! CARD WEEK announcement of Post Card Week send at least ono post "i-ai, .1 h"

h] t Thousands of 1 post cards bearing for October 20-26 Inclusive, says the wuok, and the mm ,' .,.

rite Rcw and So Club gave n Wm. 8 Candy of Ft Laud- Florida wanes and personal Kn>i>tliifu President Scholtz give pronse!! trom a I commun ty till,

tl mini'Ulaneous shower Tuesday evening crdalo, and Miss Btsuluh Fulfil oi from tho "Land of StuiHliiiio Hint every state 'n the union will alms of Post Card WM,.p t,

ocictyjj : at the homo of Miss Blanche Lawtey, were man"'"d liv Tnni're' and Flowers" will be mailed at receive a bountiful supply of Florida opportunity to place t thi' ",.,

S .Mderman in honor of Miss Mildred\ of the Peace N. D. 'Vain wright, Jr., l<'I01.tcJlllIlo"cc\ ( !! next week dur- pictures and messages from the community before till"< ,,

rill, whose engagement has been Monday, October 14th. After ing the obtlvunce of )Florida's. an- thoHO who have already arrived for poople. Chambers of ,,,"'.

announced to Mr. J. D. Doyle. spending several days with friend nual Post Card Week accord UK tho winter sojourn as well a* and civic clubs In many' "I"

)Flowers wero attractively arranged and relatives In the Lawtey and to President David Srholl/s of the friends and permanent residents: the stale. have launchedcampalgna ,di j,

d? MHS. KNI: :n the t living room where Brooker section, the couple left Florida" state chamber of com of the IIllIte.Everybody: to have the<<. i i 11', "

; TO '\'. SI.\ H. : Die guests spent tho evening in Wednesday: afternoon for their future merce. is urged by the state join In the movement m .l I",,

t ... conversation and sewing. home in Ft. Lauderdale Responses received from I the chamber of commerce head to way.Starke "
''y A moat Interesting circle: meeting Minn( Florence Andrews a : Near the close of the evening,' .-=-

.jy ot the Uaptlut W. M. S., was i harming bride-elect, was honored when witches begin to ride their

j,. )y'''' held Monday\ : afternoon at the with a three course luncheon faithful broomsticks, ono entered MKT1IODIHTPreaching !

y1 home of Mrs. C. A. Knight.: given Saturday; at ono o'clock byM'ss the Alderman home. Mrs. 0. C.
of 11 a. m.'and 7:30:: p.
called to order Harriet Illtchjxt the home the witch and
: The meeting was Wh:te Impersonated
6' P by the chairman: for the afternoon. I her parents. was cleverly costumed. She presented -I m., every Sunday.
Sunday school 10 a. m., E. K.
4, Mrs. J. M. Brownlee. As a scripture Pink roses and blue ageratum Miss Gill a large black bag .

;, lesson the 24th Psalm and furnished the attractive dCI'oratOI1: filled with gifts as well as the F'erryman, supt. BargainStoreSALE

? i part of the 8th chapter of :Malachi for the living room. The same faithful steed, the broom. Epworth League, 7 I p. m., Glenn

were read. Mrs. Brownlee gave color scheme was carried out In Miss Alderman, assisted by Mrs.O. Wood, president.
A' most instructive and Inspiring the dining room. A bowl of beautiful W. Alderman! and Mrs. C. C. Missionary Society, Mrs. J. H.

''I. I?' talk on stewardship, this being the pink: roses centered the table White, served an Ice course. I Ritch, president, meets 1st and

i r' subject for thft n.onth. which was spread with a handsome Those enjoying this affa'r with :Sri Mondays, :3 p. m. -
Lord, lace cloth. Covers wore laid I Official Board meets 2 p. m. 1st
+'Ir The secretary Mrs. J. II. Miss GUI were members of the
'? read the minutes of the last meetIng for twelve and tall tapers burned I sewing club. Su naa.,.

; and t they were formally adopt at either end of the long table. Prayer meeting, 7:45: p. m.,

ed. Tho c'rcles! have recently The guests' places were marked by Wednasday.o. .
a; bought a day-bed for the pastor- dainty hand-pninted place cards V. I. A. TO HE IIOSTKSM': --.---- This season while things were quiet, our buyers were

turn and are planning to buy kitchen r pro el1l1r.g l.rlden. Miss\ Andrews .\. MIITIN\ : :: on the lookout for Bargains and succeeded in finding them.
rl y chairs and several other articles found hers by a mlnature bride: The Green Cove-Springs. Village
Improvement Association Is the Some of the many Bargain secured consisted or Ladies'
: which are badly needea. Plans and groom. The ;junior and Intermediate
l _V were dlscunsed for rending a box During tho last course of the hostess for the sect'onal meetingthis G. A.'a .will meet Monday after- Hosiery Men and Women's Winter: Underwear Dresses
offered a year. The- invitation was giv- ,
of clothing to the Baptist orlhans'bome luncheon tho hostess noon at 3:45 with Mrs.:\ W. J. Ep

i at Arcad'a.! A petition was complete surprise by announcing en and accepted at the sectional person> All members please be Shirts, etc.Below. -- __ .
meeting in Starke last November.The .
to raise funds for the removal the engagement of Miss Vlrglnlr'Veeks
presented present.
of cataracts from the eyes to Mr. J. F. Carpenter.Miss homo club is looking forwardto 0- we list the following specials at the prices given

.: of a Starke citizen' The society Bitch presented Miss Andrews this meet'ng on November 15th Jacksonville New Pan-Am for as long as they last Saturday for one week:
and Mss: Weeks with ]llren. wtlh a great: deal of pleasure.
; voted to give $5.00 for cause. office building and super service

k P I + charming At Mrs tho close li manner, G. of Powell,the gave business, In a her reading most session by The i after.rs.hostess J.:the E.pleasure was Wilson assisted,of Miss her in, guests EloiseBitch lookIng section lumbia Right counties-, Baker Clay,,are Duval Bradford Included Union, Nassau in, this Co-, station formally: :at t opened Main and to Second public.COFFINS street Women's' Silk! Hose;made to sell at Tic,

entitled "Happiness." Then she", Miss Clara Louise Peek and and St. Johns. The hostess clubIs Il mmmm.mmm

J an Impersonation of a young her mother, Mrs. J. H. Ritch. planning a luncheon at the Qul- and latest
4 l; bride preparing breakfast In *he Invited to share the hospitalityof sl-sana Hotel. There will be an & CASKETSand $1.00, $1.50 $2.00, styles

V hurried majner. A table tho hostess with the honor guest all day program In the club room, a Full Line ofUndertakers'
:y'', : : Miss Leila Dea Andrews, : the morning session to begin: at
and a thlrty-fvo
V was pepared and colors f for 49clen'
$ (' piece dinner set"was brought In on Mary Canova, Miss Hazel Middleton 10 o'clock, luncheon at 12:30: Supplies -- -
j VV which will be in charge of the
Miss social -
Miss Virginia Weeks,
a tea cart At the end of this Impersonation AUTOMOBILE HEARSE
Ruth Sternberg, M'ss Hazel Kick-: committee: with Mrs. A. D.
set -
the dinner was presented
lltei', Miss Lucille Mitchell, Mrs. I Flora as chairman. Afternoon session AI..a,.. .n h.nd. Th. hot Mrric s Heavy Underwear suit 98cWomen's
rt to Miss Mildred oil: a .
i t :3 I o'clock. A splendid a t tt>. I.....' p...... HnocUt a' ,
;;t bride-elect whose marriage to Mr. J.H. Hitch, Jr., Mrs. Phil Maguire, at program tvntlnn to tl'Krnh .'d..*.
", J. D. Doyle will take place In No- Mrs J. M. Edwards and !Mrs. J. n'l has I been arranged. About REGISTERED EMBALMKH
two hundred guests are expectedfrom Heavy Underwear suit 98c
vember. Mrs Powell presented Borlnt': Jr., of Gainesville. DEWITT C. JONES -
rrA the other clubs. Green ,

circles of
thelI'ft In behalf of the

the Baptist W. M. 3. :SHIM.! II. C. 'WALL. KNTKU-: : Cove Springs Crescent.s I I STARKE. FLA. \Women's House Dresses 98cfilen's

l '.1IL... .."IlleS!!, assisted by Mrs. J. T.1INM! I BIItTIIDAY PAUTY 'f. - -

M. Brownlee and !Mrs G. C. White, __ i
Mrs. liar dee- 'V 111 la mil, enter.ta' -

+ served Those light enjoying refreshments Mrs. Knight's: Mrs. H. C. Wall was hostess to ned with a most enjoyable party -> Good Quality Work Shrits ,- 49c

d hospitality were: Mesdames G. P. friends and members of the After- Monday afternoon. In honor of her =I
noon Bridge: Club Tuesday afternoon -, little Mildred Williams
Raymond, a. W. Alderman Alice daughter, Say i it.with Flo
7 ni Langford, M. E. Perkins W. M. at her home' on Cherry 'who celebrated the seventh anniversary Many other items too numerous to mention will be

Lewis A. ti. Carr, street. of her birth on this oc- Flowers For All
Edwards S G. ,
Baskets of Marigolds and fern casion. found on display. We need and will appreciate your busi
3 W. A. Feeler, O. J. urlffln, J. M. Occasions
Brownlee, ;I. I* Brownlae, Alice were attractively where arranged three in tables the Dahlias and fern were used Indccol'at'ng ness. Get the habit of buying at theneiversary -
living room, tho of the ]
\ E. M.
Shepard, M. D. Bumgarner,
M. were placed for play. toss' home, where the young folks
Thomas, P. M. Barefoot, c\ Gertrude Godbey
It. A. NiJwsom! After several: progressions were enjoyed the afternoon playing:
Darby, J. IT. Lord, and
''V' 1 P. S. Dew, F.< F. Flume, J. H. played scores: were compared 1 Ad- games, and later refreshmentswere Anderson BARGAIN STREI
prizes awarded to Mrs. A. Z. served. AsslbMng the little
Hundley, LC.. Powell O. C.
j klni and !Mrs O. L. Haynes, who
hostesn" mother In serving was
j White, and Misses: Mildred Gill, Phone S9 Waldo
mado highland second scores. ,
lit 1
Miss Daisy Tompklns.
Eunice I'erklnc, tnez( Abernnthy.
{ The hostess served her guest a tlo girl friends of the hostess were ,
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tempting salad course. : ;
MISS FI.OUENCK: AXUKKWH_ I The 1 players were: Mrs. O. L. H._ _

('O M l'LI l INTIsU: ; Haynes, Mrs. 'A. Z: Adkns! Mrs.E. .. -. --,. ---- ____-:' -_ _v=--'. --- -- __. __ ___ -
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Mrs. J. C. Robinson,
L. .Biggs, ,
_1 A derghtful bridge shower was Mrs. C. A. Knight, Mrs. W. M. r .

given by Miss :Mary Canova Mon- Wainwright, Mrs. Junlus Sm'th, .

day afternoon at the Woman's Mrs. N. Sternberg, Mrs. D. A. Mon- 4 V jI.

t Club complimentary to Miss tieth, Mrs. Paul Canova and Mrs. '

9j'' : Florence Andrews, bride-elect. Wm,,. Jolly of Waldo. '. > V
: r The Hallowe'en idea was carried I.: :

s out in the decorations and In
'Immi.I'I.JoCT: rA'
11 : ';: : is HOXOKKU
t tho tall'es, a profusion of marl- AT BRIDGE :

: golds and pot plants being used to .

_ ,, ? I: advantage. Receiving the guests Mrs. J. L. Frazee and Mrs. N.
were the hostess and honoree.
D. Wainwright gave a bridge' par-
1 Four progressions of bridge
ty last Thursday afternoon, at the
and awarded to 62nd
wire played prlres
club house, In honor of Miss Florence -
r Mrs. J. E. Corpening and Mrs. J, I Dorma :Andrewswho Is to be

T. Moore, who madti high and sec- 'married Thursday evening to
ond scores, and Mrs. G. M. Sis-'!
Herbert Clifton Brown of Lawtey.
trunk, who made low. Miss An '
Mrs. 1r'd
High score was made by
drews tho honoree received: as a
A. Z. Adklnn, and as a prize she .
f memento of the occasslon an end "
received a pink glass fruit: bowl;
!{ table. second high was made by Mrs. ]t.
1 Following the awarding of prizes A Saie
C. Wall, who received a bon-bon
it the honoree was escorted to the
dish; a water botle and glass: was ,
+ camp of the. witches and spooks,
given as a consolation. The honor
t by au old witch, Miss\ Hazel Mld-\ -
_ guest Miss Andrews, was presented -

dleton. Over a fire hung a black *
with a box of Maderla linen teanapk'ns.
kettle which was filed: with many

lovely gifts for the bride-elect. Pink .roses and ferns were used Starts

Miss Canova, assisted by Miss! for the decorations, and the'pink Monday Morning9 o'clockOct'ober'
+ f Leila Dea Andrews and Miss Eloise in
and green 1 Idjpa was carried out
I'' Vs.. Ritch, served I the followng: players
I ,! all the details of the party.
with a delirious salad course:
Tho guests Included: Mrs. Geo.
r Misses Harriet Hitch, Hazel
B. Flynn, Mrs. O. L. Haynes. Mrs.
Hazel Klckl ter Lucille 21stWe
Middleton ,
A. Z. Adkins Mrs.: C. M. Sistrunk, .
Mitchell, Blanche Alderman. Virginia -
Mrs. Paul E. Canova, Jr.. Miss
Weeks; Mesdames\ J. H.
Lucille Mitchell Miss Harriet
-. Bitch Jr., Wade Kennedy B. S.
Ritch, irs. J. R. Boring' Jr.; of

I Carroll wright, J.If.L.C.Frazee Wall,, W.W. M.H. Parks Waln-, I Gainesville Mrs. J, E. ;Corpening Mrs. T. J., Mrs.Alderman E. L. Invite You to Come and Share_ in the Savings _

J. L. Peek, J. C. Rob'nson, F. F.
Biggs, Mrs. E.: M. Johns Mrs. N. AND NOW--THI:. SALt OF SALES. You have been
Stump, N. D. Wttlnwrlght, Geo. IJ. : Our
Anniversary Sale
is an annual of
Sternberg expression
Stornberg, Miss Ruth our deep
Flynn W I\:. Turner, L. Wyman lPJti waiting for it, we know; Thousands upon thousands of
Mrs. J. W. Andrews Mrs. W. M of'
A. Z. Adklns, T. J. Alderman E. thrifty shoppers/ throughout length and breadth of Florida your patronage, your friendship your
WaluwrUht. Mm. II. C. Wall, Mrs t
L.. Biggs P. 1 1. Canova Jr., J. E. J. L. Peek, Mrs. J. E. Futch, !MrsJ. and well into southern Georgia have looked toward I loyalty and such expression is a matter ol service to be

Corpenlng!:, A. S. Crews, n, J. Davie it with anticipation. rendered to and be
C. Hoover, Miss Mary CanovaMru. I eager you money to saved for you.
H. V. Knight E. M. Johns ,
B. S. Carroll !Mrs E.; !M. Davis
I.. D. VI n In jr. U. L. Haynes., Joe -
Mrs. R. J. Davis, Mrs. A. SCrews

f tt Hoover Flitch, O q., M.M.Unman S'strunk Jnnlus C.Smith: A. L. Wyman, Miss, Mis.Hazel L.Middleton D. Vinlnr.!, :Mrs Mrs. We Welcome You to the Facilities and Economies of "The Big Store"1/ /

< and ,V. E. Torode, Efflo Miner, J.
.T. Moore, O, W. Brown of Lawtey, Junlua Smith Miss: Hazel Klcklit \11\ There is everything 'for your comfort and con vemence-free parking garage-spacious lest
er, Mrs. Wade Kennedy, Mrs. Cy-
7 and Mrs. J, R. Boring, Jr., of rus Hoover of !Miami; Mrs. J. T rooms-rf'.tauranl and soda .fountain writing rooms-parcel checking service-mailing\ '

Gainesville Moore, Mrs. W. E. Torode, and privileges;-telephone and telegraph"'service. In fact, everything that will add to shopping

Mrs. (I. W. Roberts of Lawtey. '. comfort. "-

af f POUCH..\ .

_ \VKKKH-C\ltlKNTiU: : : ,

M1ss Vlrg'nla Weeks entertained ----<

Tuesday afternoon for Miss Mr. and Mrs. Robert Albert

Florence Andrews. This was the Weeks %
+ fonatW
last of a series of affairs that have announce engagement:: k ]

t, been given for'this attractive and approaching marriage of

ft bride-elect and was more in the their daughter, .

way of a reun'on of old high Martha Virginiato

frt.. school class mates. Jacksonville

Tho hostess, assisted by her Mr. John Franklin CarpenterThe

14, mother, Mrs. R. A. Weeks, served' marriage will take place In '-f '1* Florida

a salad course late in the afternoon the late fall. nyzWf .

't ?r which was spent in hemming .
tea towels for the honoree. I*. T. A. TO MEET: WEDNESDAY: or

_ Invited to be with.:Miss Andrew .
( e were Misses Hazel Klckliter, Lu- The P. T. A. will hold its regu- .';.

_ i c'.llo! Mitchell, Hazel Middleton lar monthly meeting on Wednesday .

Mary Canova, Harriet Bitch Ruth the 23rd at three-t'rty: at !

P,, Sternberg. Mrs. J, M. Edwards, the school auditorium, and it U -

( Mr*. Phil Maguire and Mm. J. R. hoped that a large number of pa- .

Dorlq,&'. Jr., of Gainesville. trons will be la attendance. ,. --- -- -- -- ..- .. .. -"
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.nI1M\,, __ -- __ it lnl''ORD COCNTY: _TELIGItdPII: ST\lUn, I'1.vn .OR1 .\ ca ns; IN n''':
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n 52SES2SES3S2S2SasaS2SSHSa5a5a52SHSaSiiEESSSBS2SaSHS dSjof I ilu\ Nillanw I) '!I'o"t: Melrosoun I 11\1 semi afar:: "pending: the; summer- i rl], 11 i M- Maud !kitchen Mrs I Apprnat: r th' I I'llMi! :!! :0 hunt-1 I 1 I 'a.I; and a": Dr.. ull I.I, added' I.sportsmcnt I. "'

p l .1 i.v afltipranL': i ) I >u Choir; farm in N.\\' Yn;It : Mrs. (' (' Woodward mat'' ( : eagerly to the coming opining of .
II D. Hart !Mica! Jessie Wll- from gamy: \
n-ItS Q1 I\M;I', mid; i-7.4.; -MI 1) flumgarner, llama Miss Madge Middleton, Miry I oninilH S. 13.!: Hrownleo, who IIIIM ,
:Mr. C. K. M.ell and Miss Myrtle i i.. u,'1 i/i'itun. Mis 11 t' lUn-li" lation if the stale game< lawn will ncs how<'vo'. he said must not : .
a ]reddish were, visitors to Ocala and been visiting; her daughtni. Mr.. !' :.Mi) H Ollvu Uay MNi\ K, ,.itt-lle Da mil bo hlleratud The ln<'rraM'" .n load one to runts In ahead of season '\I, "
;Silver Springs Sunday. A. V. Long In Gainesville! retllrnud i \i., Mini. 'lor'nl' Matthew. !mid ..aine found In all sections of the and shoot the. gnmo. thereby vlo- '
1 7 f''Je; j NW3; -- ----- to her home here Monday She i Supl A. J, Gilllls ,. Miutf 1 is niarkoil. the comma. ', tenor lnlll1!, one< of\ the law or tin .wtate \ I
Q"l."t ..4, by Mis. Long .
Mrs. James Oodbold end son, wan accompanied .. .__..",,__., .n.> _..:.... ...... _.._ ,-- --A ---r.' -. .,
)nines, Jr, of Jaclcsonv.lle, were who spent the afternoon visiting -
Concerning Our People, Business and guests Sunday of Mr\[ and Mrs.\ S. lends.

J Progress of the County and Town. i S. Dowling.Mrs. '. H. A. Green ;:;Starke, congressman M-C SPECIALS OCTOBER 18TH & 19TH t: i iLog

''iI W. !\t. Wlmberly and little from this district and O M | ,
a5tssasi '>252ru"2S'2'"C.s'.5' 25c.52S2.S daughter, rs. Pearl Snyder and Inman, prominent Starke citizen I
r daughters, Louise and Fenella, wero hero yesterday for a few ,i .
Drliwon of Hugh Mrs, L.. K.: CabinSYRUP Carnation or Pet '
Moseley: and Mr.
rdl i o\ujfI" afternoon. and '(pc nt last Friday: : In Jacksonville. moments. They were enroute to ( .;1
1111'kl' Tuesday Mrs. Cl\lIls Manning: ot Ocala Banner .
saa .11 ; Haifoid: Dunnellon I "
--- spent Tuesday afternoon hero Mrs. N. R. Hull, Mrs It. S. \ MILK ; :( < .
: rain and oat seed. J. F.9.27U.. Fernandez, Mra 1'}. M. Davis Miss, Mr and Mrs. J. II Lawrence of ; { ? \
ny : Allco( Fernandez and Mr. Wesley Keystone Heights. returned home .
1 Klcklltl'r, Mr. 11. U Black of Gainesville. Stearns spent Wednesday afternoon Friday after spending ten week In Large CanSmall We ; \:

'-_ was a business visitor to StaikeVcdnemlny In Jacksonville.O. the north, traveling through New I l Medium size 25c '"Ii"1'\1;,
Col and 1\1.'B.. D. E. Knight spent \ Q['. rnoon York stale and Pennsylvania. They Can. 5c I t s.:::

.hu'ksonville.M I N. Kllpatrlck.; state oil inepeetdr coveted ever 7,000 miles on their: '>
I ?needs) III. _' _. We have following fresh seeds: I left Wednesday for an Inspection trip and were delighted to get bc.ck Confectionery I Fancy Smooth FirmPOTATOES ttroicn + \ i: : :,, \
.I HodKes.of, turnip rutabagas, mustard, cab trip down I the East Coast. to their lovely home at Keystone I I
,1'HI,' MIH, A here G. Saturday. base, beets, lettuce, radish, carrots It will require two weeks to make SUGAR SUGAR !i I, ": l i
lI'uldl! +rnn" I IKllors onions collaids!, also onion the round of stations he has to In- Dr O. P. Raymond, !Mr and Mrs :
------ note J. F. Klcltllter tf poet en this trip. O, W. Alderman Mrs. P, M "
MI', .I i i c; Uovd spent Sunday In ---.-- foot, Mrs Lucy Powell, Mrs na.I'e'l 1 lOc 10 pounds 40c lOc i .1
flakes Mts. S. g! Brownlee will leave Mis John Courtney of Kansas Kimball Mrs. L. V. Moore !Mrs ,. ;'1 l l
--, early-varetles.: j I Saturday, for Montplller, Miss\ ? City, Kan, arrived Satur.lay for a W. J, Epperson: Mrs J, II. Lord '
('abblllC"" plants( ) 9-27-tt. I where she will visit her sIster MmC visit with her son and( daughter- and Mrs A. M. Darby attended the j '
f. F K ,'KH' '':'' C Cross. Inla1.11'. and Mis Sterl Courtney Raptlst Association at UioolerVndnosiay r Fresh Shipment Fresh Lot ;

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all *I.d Airs. J. W. nedenbaugh M-. Frank Mitchell of the VnlVoislty --..---
in Starke Wed- ] SALT BACON Post Toadies
If f Hampt'oi'/ were of Florida spent the weekend MeeAlverna Dean, of Urueley Mr. S. C Carnell of Ormond, ,
nesdaspr hero with Mr and Mrx. J. MMitehell. Colorado, has arrived here and drove here Sunday morning and '
1. will spend the winter with her spent the day at the home of Mr 4
and Mrs J, E Malnes of Col.of -.----- aon-ln-Iaw and daughter Dr. and and Mrs. F. A. Scott. Mr Carnell) '!! pound 16Yc \4/ 3 packages 23c
Hiiili i' were guests !Mrs. : wife :1:1"j: (
Lake Kdwnnl) Hums tinned Mi-b: Ceo! II. Lowry. was accompanied home by his
: :
B} Knight
,Iud Mr: 0 Wednesday from Texas where she and two sons, who have spent the :
has been visiting relatives for the Mrs, L. A. Davis went to Jiu-k past several weeks here with tier "J""
Mies.,U'tmi Paula Faut Sunday of el1lor here CIty with, pant six weeks.' I <:-oive) |]] Mondiiy where she attended patents, Mi. end Mrs F. A So.,ttMiiis c j i New Crop Bradford County s.'\, ,q ;I;;
l-cnn ----- the U n C. Convention wlllchi -------- '
I Miss Virginia; Weeks M,'. and Mrs J. S Howaul[ of i hPldK/ held 1 at :he HeorgeY'l'! \hInpton Daisy Tompkins motored to : :
;:- Duke: and Mm: J. M\ Mnnn of Hotel Jacksonville Thursday: where ...heremalnE'd :g POTATOES' L : ,,1.tl
'F-1 ,
of Lawtey
i Carradlne I I
Mi Lake Butler, were among the visitors -- --- until Saturday as the a SWEET rA
.sitor here Wed-
,las\ a business v to Starke last Fiiday. Mi and Mru. Hen Farmer. former guest of Mr and Mrs. J, }\\f, Peeler .... At
ucsda) residents:! of Starke who ate M'B't' M\ >itlce Janse, niece of Mrs. o == ,,--",. \
-0 Mrs J. T Moore, Mrs O. W. now llv ng In St. Peteishurg were Peeler, and Miss Grctchen Cress = i I :; ?
Mi s Harvey has Blown and Mrs. George Roberta vlnltlni lends here over week- returned homo with her and visited
litter -i I n.ng two week's vacation GalncsMllo and St. Augustine c: ,:) 0cu OO S'C0 '
were visitors here from l.awll'l' pud. 5 Founds 15c
In the Carolinas, Tuesday. whllo here I : 1 J
Minxes VirgInia Wcekf, Louise ____ I
T.T 0 rl 1ft n, Airs K. M. pa's
Mrs "Mrs >M Levltou has returned! Peek, Florence l Leila Dea Andrews among; those. who will'tend: C'' t Is s aVashburn
Johns and Miss Annie Derby spent from Atlanta where she was the and Mrs. '.J: II Boring, Jr., the Ploildd-Tech: game 'n Atlanta H4
(Tuesday .n Jacksonville. guest of her daughter, Mrs. M. L. spent Monday\ : morning in Jacksonvllle. I Saturday are: Messrs. N. Stern- ; '{ 's Pan-Cake Flour : Lest Grade Compound Lard i I,
Hrownlee, Jr.Delicious : berg, Owen Grlflln Johnnie Hag- t'
Mi and Mrs''N. G. Moody were i an. 1>. A. Montleth, John Powell, 3 packages 25c I I: Per PoundI2e r : :
Roller - :
"lkltarn hero from : takes made to order HcpicKenlatlve U A. Green waa Paul Knight: Orlo Wiggins/ I /
Saturday Will also cater social afTalrs\ Hates In Dunnellon) last Thursday and Eugene Matthews JJ{.,T. Bond, G, .
-. reasonable. Mrs R. A. Weeks, made tpeo< l' at a meeting of he K.: Lewli, J, M. Edwards} Dr E
nnd) I Mrs. D. P. Pellette of. Over-sea Fancy Corn Fresh Lot Eagle Brand
Phone 40 1043tOf18" Woodmen of the World. He was : L. R ggs, Mr and !Mrs. I: M
i.rcen'; c'ovt' Springs; spent Sunday accompanied then by Mr. mill A'in.' Johns, !Mr. and Mrs. Junlus Smith, /5 I
'are vhf Dr :ind Mrs. J. P.. Mack. I !\ "'101 enco Wood of 0""l'en- O. 1\1. liiinanMlts Mr. and Mrs. II C. Wall, Miss Hazel CORN i POST BRAN : MILK
I castle, Ind, has arrived here Middleton, Miss Harriet !dick, 1
M 'Connie. Cribble went to St where che will spend the winter Palsy Tompkins was honored and L. A. Alvarez. +

\1'U'' : 'laRt Thursday where w:th her aunt Mrs. II. W Carlton : whllo in Jacksonville by party -- No. 2 Can 15c 2 package's, 23c Per Can - 20c I r.
ho "in' > few days with friends. -- given at tliii. home of Mr. and Mrs.J The" following teachers from the ,
; !Mrs A. M Hodgson and little M. Peeler In Avondale last Friday Bradford County High School at _
Mr .I IB Maine-sand Mrs. n. L. '
daughter Peggy of Palatka, are even'ng. tended the Teachers' Assoclat'onfa
|John wi>re visitors hero last visiting Mrs. Hodgson's parents Gainesville Friday and Saturday 'Water Ground I Medium

Thursday Dr. and Mrs J. J. Bullet Dr. and Mrs. C. F. Sayles spent : !Mr. S. S. Dowllng, Mrs. D P. I \
I several days here this week with Carpenter, Mrs. T. T:' Long Miss rYIEAL,6Pounds2Ie :I\ GRITS Pounds 21c \\I
Mrs T F Jeffords and little Mi1 and Mrs Ben Farmer, Mr [. Mi1 and Mrs. 1;::, J(, Perryman. Isabel Fernandez, MIT Earl Ihrtg, i IIII.

,WdnMi laughter of Lawtey were in Starke and Mrs. E. S. Matthews and Mre. They were.on their way home to Mr. A. A, Harrison. Mss: Eunice: : .. ,I I";."."" ,"...d j ,,"", -. "u,,,..,,...,, 7.d:,: .use., I ,- I ''u,. ,III .., '"'' ,e J v
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>';5vi ,'pit Crews of Lawtey)1 I I !

*a-. ,,i visitor to the Telegraph ofre diIiiit ; antLEtCLflfYE- -___ M-C :t

Ihl I:,-f Friday I I < : STOREi :

Mi (' (' Coleman, postmaster I .. ,,. . .
it Tamil Point Is spending several 'J> _" '" ..w....,....., ..<0.1- <\. .. .. .."...., : : I y
lay Starke with friends.
: 'r
Mi pnd Mrs. J. C. Jones havemnmutced I .- '

the birth .of a girl on J ,'f'
[Wednesday\ Oct. 1 G. iPAYMaSTC I

Mr John L- Boring of Waldo.ai 0 i( "
n business visitor here Mon[ JJ. "

fay 4'e4 {: NAIJj: (). v,yi" t : I
Mr 't J
[Durbin and daughter, ; t' (II IIJ III
|Taetda\of)Lawtey were visitors here I I !.J,.' '; i.

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UI i 8 T Dow ling, clerk of the 1 I I ':I I
I.curt for Un'on county, was n I POWiE DE1rfE
rapines visitor to Starke Tuesday : 11;

Mrs.I- I fj F:. Burney- ;;;;"among with the Ne v-4S Tubc$ I I r rI

'hC visitors here from Lawtey ;, !, :: I
zo oFZr .r mf- R!(
Irs! o G, Strayhorn of Wlld- ,
|ood wi visiting friends here last '
I Friday ,
The/ ,
: most "I'
''II' mid<1 Mrs DdWJt C. Jones of ,
:HI OJ M '
Calresvtllo. were in Starke Wednesday ..

powerfuland 'f, .,J,.i

FAT A %WORD piG N i''I,f: ,1 1)),,,1,I Iti (

8etille '(Jf.Ai 1 J: 11,


FOR S;,,'.E Ford one-ton, truck! .
'iulnni>d w'th: cab and steel Jl
boil> .I'. A, Futch. 10-11-21 ever Model l 92

FOR nN'T -_ Furnished apartment bulk fit@1 .
with private bath. F. A.
_Scott( Starke Fla. It.en ___ JJ'tu"eJ There arc many way. of conducting a banking jn 4 ;.

f SALE __ strawberry plant I fU -- ( ) business along sound, SAFE lines {We{ believe 1

talent, :Missionary, second run- \ that showing customers our appreciation of [

ni ""ady' to set. J. W Reden.ampton. their business by our manner and the general ', '
_h'.II" (. 10-18-21 and the new -45 tubes plus Dynamic Speaker.: Cxra heavy,sturdy Majestic
Power detection of radio frequency enable Power-Pack, with positive voltage-ballast. atmosphere of our bank is u pleasant way. liy .
tuned stages
Loft four and Insures long life and safety. Jacobean period! I
ibbage; plants, $1.25 per 'lel<1ctive length. butt walnut with overlays on doors and in*
'tOOts also wanted to hearfromIOll1r : hum and no oscillation control at any gives wave uniform tenor panel of genuine imported Australian fitted to the needs of Starke and Bradford Ef
',ne to drill a well. A.- P. Automatic sensitivity in both high and Lacewood. Escutcheon plate, knobs and door 1t'
Jchnc't: Lawtey- Fla. ItF sensitivity lengths.and amplification Improved Majestic Superpulls finished in genuine; silver.. County we believe we are properly backing up ,
low wave
this pleasant and accommodating manner. =j

| lsletrle K :SALE washing OR EXCHANGE machIne" Corona Get a mE Bonte Demonstration J If you like this kind of banking service we invite -

portable typewr.ttr.: : rough -- -- you to call on us at your convenience.
urbf', grIts mills, single bar- -- .
;' tractor plow F. J.Starke. -


black. spots on back and shoul- Hardware, ? ;
brown and white head. .
'pl'' > ,
} n right ear. named Spot.
( Radio.
"liable reward for capture or Radio Crosley
nejeabouts of same. H. M. Majestic ,

VaidlaGraham.. 9-Z1.U.1

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.... .........;" I 1 IMtli tntd' \ I ...o....................1 Lake CITY Rapid progress betas I'ltl: H.\I.. \ 1, III.''i inpcolptH
""' -- Lull! well dJI.t.t..t\: i t I a : i
r ___ ___ ._____ ,
.. .., .. .. ... __. H made on construction of sewer during I) I"".I
r.-- I lip and ells ufrrtmit Hi'movn all ? NEW RIVER : WurrantN during IIItlili.
HowtoI liopplngH. or other fly attracting disposal plant. Oct. J, 15'9Y !1
1 : I INII.su i J."lo: | Hupp, Corn .Id".N ',.
> ) ,
and re- "
@ Farmers & Farming I material ever morning Dade rity Motor: Inn Station Hal. dept 1, isiL": :!
"F I Raise dove It t to a safe dUtance. Coverall ..4...... ....#.a's....>.e k..... changed( hands recently.Winter \ Ituualpu' during III.HMI' ,, '.
II I I runs with."a heavy coating. of (lardeu Local l theatre Warrant during, ,m,, .i
those who were transacting Ilal. pet t, 11)211:
(Aftrlculturnl Kdltori I altM Poultry hydrnted lime, which should be Among tiiFlalled: Round equipment.! Krl'-tiUiirni" r >", ,
laat Monday Hat. Sept. 1, 111211 l) !
: and business In
II. under !
plowed or' spaded < Sarasota. -- Construction un-
1t..I.I" dlll'IIIKVllrranl" ,
; )
I I niIIh i
Dy; Dr. L. D. LcOccir V. S. ; Mrs\ J. L. \ ,
/ .1 a quick growing: grain planted. wore: Mr And dorwny on modern pre-coollng during/ n ,
: Sr. l.ou s, Alo Bal.. Oct. 1 t. 1929
R,, ,(, \ I Farmers and Truckers Are Invited to Contribute Articles Dr.LeCJrur l U a rmiuate ColU'uo., 1842. Ihlrtymlitye ::: W. Andrews Ral. Sept. 1, 182!)
!,:,\; of Farm Experiences and Methods Found Veterinary of veterinary prut111 on iliaeaiec A. Sapp, D. W. Kelley, I Uauolpto( dlll'lllR' in.'.''ni.1I 1/i
of llv. ...H.k. and. poultry Krninencauthority !I -I II and HeddMi Andrews. CI.KKK-M: 1'Ivtvlao" "STVTMMI3NT" : Warrant during/ lit, ...1.,.'
11 t 6A,, t'l';! To Be Kcst Suited to Our CountryNassau I on poultry and.:rock rafolnti' I HINTS TO 110t'SEW1'E4V'ck11'front I II Mrs. M. P.. Wigg'ns and Miss\ .' >U\; 'TV ("'IIMISMontMy I llHl Oct. I. 11120
nj Nationally known poultry I breeder I I I hoiebv eprllfy i ii,ii, .n I Intat ,
air -- -- ... Noted author.nd lecturer I I II Jewell Wiggins were transacting financial puniemwrit of u1l'nl. HhoHhK l
/ ,.I. \ Honin Domoiif-lrn- j Starke Friday.) Ih'I."ur'cemnl'\ Y for the month ofKl'I'mlH' bi-itlitiilniv of end .v i
I business in .....
( ) 11129.icllernI the month herein a.i
Arlirlc I XXVVI 1 tloil Kp'
j1./: ; FarmersCooperating I I I hero Saturday after Hal. Sept| 1, loan ..._____1573.B4Rm'flnlN during, sold month ,< .
j / Hrlt.\I COMMON': : "KKNSKKpudt ': NIt;(.;I) 'I'\I'I:\\'On\IS: I visitor during month __ ____ 423.111 : the r4'ords of my ".r i iiinil
( Ii TIm MK.VSrKK: : noon. Warrant during!?: month ____ flOO.lS\ i 01 r.ool' to'tin' I.. i I
s : : With Its; Johnson I II T.lliK Using! tin. Sweet, Potato Kelleyand: daughter LAu!. Oct. 1. 1920! 10J15.55 edge, and. l.oll.'f. i I", ,
Mr.\ D. W. .
I : OF YOUR riiOt IS:? IM.,. it ml A'orfcitiirc. Kimitnl. the lowing IH a I 1ilepoBltorlen ,
I M'ss Sarah, were visiting Lawtey cot 1, \11025' __ __. 800H.3B( :J ] f shun n,
The sweet Is one of Flor- Henoliu ilui-lnir" month ____ 17T.HS inch nt I till clomj ..I i II i iinBt h,
; County Agent :\[01'1owrlttlun, fly Florida' Tim Kill: Reputation, of Thr! ida's greatest food both In Ulllo ._____ 1038.37 ,' flll.I..Ill'd.. ,
; Pests( AVill IM Well crops Mr. W. S. Sibley and Miss\ ,:ltl. Oct. 1, 1 1U2II L\
., Grower. Is iront ;Jicvtlof .
Itond l KlindBnl. Itory, anti the anus npalil ,
i Fla. Co-operation' 1)rnuntsttittcdItilu'yt .\re-.lllow- yield and In food( value It is palatable McRae attended the tea('hers meetIng : 8rpt. 1. 1029: + ,-- .. 3505\! ,(inllnrclptH or cl..llh.d.dlllli
GI\llIrHvllll' the Hour and nutritious and ranks _____ 258.00 liv ,
I'Iv I'd 10.t/ (h10 1 Start In thoPoultry in Gainesville Friday and Saturday during mimlll each Huld df.pn-.li,
In Nassau county n. << _
Iv b..twerll farmers -- higher In fuel value than the Irish Wan-lints during month of current dally balai!
: I mid County Agent A. S. Lawton j has been urged "liock.Tapeworms I Idol Oct., 1 l'1'1 __ 380n..8a ponltn.WltncsB.
j r 8I. Co-operaton I potato. M& nnd( Mrs. E. A. Snpp) and Publicity. Fund my lund II 1
,. bas greatly\ Improved the ngrlcul-; upon furmers and growers of Florida Tho sweet produces an L. 'al. Saps l, HUM! : n___ 422.58 October, 1I1J1I.:
and Mrs. J.
Mrs. B. J. Sapp _
44.43; '
month O. W
I. s'nce Mr.. Law- Tli>celi>tB during \
probably among
of the county are
r turn for years watt: none too great alkaline reli'due in the body. This Johns and daughter, Miss Essie, Wnrnintn din-Inn' month Clerk of the. i iHi
work there three years ho worst'ol1'eJlders of the thlrty- .__. 407.03 ,..,.
I '
Ion began succeHs. There nre n large number where till Oct. 1. 1921 ?
makes valuable In diet
1 it Starke
,1J \V. T. Nettles, district six moro species of variety of a wero bus'ness visitors! to O..C..CR..I..f. Fund ninnfliw AMcrn 1 ,..,,,
ago; says of co-operative( association1) In or there is an excess of acid. When
,{. n.. grn1. the state 'tis true, but most of worms that find parking space Ina dieting because of an excess of Saturday Quite a afternooji.large number enjoyedthe $ r+Sa S7 51r.5 2S252.! u757.:i .,u2i'i5' r' i

Three years ago there wna not them are competing against each fowl's Intestines. They may arid In the stomach is fre
one Rev. S.
ti a services rendered by STIiA WBERRY PLANTS OF QUALi !
{ found in the which cause serious loss in any flock oncei !
a purebied hog to be) I other and thus the situation qUl:1ntly'restrll'le(} to cereals S. Proctor Sunday morning. 11
: today there are! 47S!; should should rel'eve utlll exists i hey get started so It is well to
; county breads, etc. Ilecatipe of tho alka- Mi S. N. Johns and rienzll For fifty years we have grown and sold the bi11 I
b + registered hogs! and over 1,500 know what are the signs of their line excess in sweet potatoes) they Thomas were dinner guests of Mr. berry pi 11 nts grown. See our agents anil get VHIPIn '

i good grade hogs In tile county according However, It seems that the es- presence and what are the best can be used in such diets../: They and !Mrs J. L. Johns Sunday.Mrs. with the!>> or mall direct same to me. ['Iaill.. '
: to Mr. Nfrtfles. When Mr. '8 hllllh: ment: of the Federal Farm< measures: for getting rid of them. satisfy in part the appetite for food Mary Davis of Baldwin, is short tli:a season every place ro we advise you In>
1' ,r Lawton began work In the county Hoard! may result In the unification Tapeworms are very common in I: of th's nature and aid in neutralizing visiting her s'ster Mrs. V. ]10. Sapp. der in early nnd make sure of your wants.

: 1 ,n. very few praeMred hogging of small co-operatives and poultry and some varieties do not the: excess! acid In the system. Mrs. S. N. Johns and Mrs. Den- Sly agents (u'(t N. I H. \Valn\M-lRht, Jr., F. 1..1-1111\11. .:
$ f I down corn to fatten hogs, but the the establishment of large ones In seem to cause any particular The great number of ways in zil Thomas were dinner guests of ,J.1.: HI'flwlIlI'C' l'rlrt noml MlHuFonnijfrom' v.

1 gent/; ri'porls" that many farmera the state. The board will not deal trouble.' There are at least two which sweet potatoes are preparedIn Mr nnd Mrs. S. C. Crews Sunday. lH-()(>, fjt'.7:), f. o. h. I.. ,
it hog down corn and It In- Ic nds 1, however that will cause
aro planning: to with: small organizations. the South make It possible to Mr. and Mrs. J. L. John and
k,1 ++ a peanuts to fatten their hogs for \ilsls that the growers of different plenty of trouble If allowed to use them prpquently. her mother Mrs. V. E. Sapp and J. A. BAUER

''t''A early market th's yenr. ommodltU\: get together. gain headway. These worms are I Some of the ways they may be Miss Isle 'Sap1) were visiting LOCK 1IOX 38 .IL'DNOMl .
4' .) Under it T.... Lawton this! year 62 While tIle primary) purpose of small, seldom being over five In. served are given below: "rlends and relatives at Baldwin 1 r '
farmers used side-dressing fertilizers the Farm" Board is the stabilizing: lorg. They bury their heads In It.iknl Street 1'otatocs Sunday afternoon ..5252S Sci2S2S ScS22.o5'..SiT
with In- of agriculture, particularly! the the walls ,)f the fowl's Intestines,
on their corn vn This probably the most whole- l
8: : ,t rreasa: of 12 bushels per acre In markPtlng of agriculture, the but apparently only to anchor some way of cooking sweet potatoes i
1'' ; yield, said Mr. Nettles. If all the board has a very large sum of themselves The greatest d. had made : available for making loansto they do Is deprive the bird of Its
'u I I farmers in the county money when they are steamed or boiler
tt g this Increase the county would aid it in its main work. In order natural nourishment by absorbingall Cl'ooi'e( smooth sound potatoe :
II bush- to obtain loans from the or moat of It themselves. The ,
d r I have produced 48,000 more wash well and place in a pan Ir a
cia of corn\ according to statistics board, It Is necessary for co-opera- chickens eat as much as they ever moderate oven und birke. \VI'en
i. l: showing the acreage planted live organizations to be of con- did, or more but It does little the potato Is soft throughout It is
Twenty-four purebred and high siderable size and tb control a good. A trefoil observer will see dono.. If the potatoes are liked
,' grade Halves are being raised by good part of the commodity represented that his fouls' are gradually los'newe.let : very moist: 'and sweet bake ,slowly.)
.f I farm boys and over a hundred The Federal Farm t and get pale from no apparent Filed I'I"'t Potatoes

others were working wJth the Hoard In a permanent organization cause. (First Method) .
i county agent In pig, calf, corn or and no doubt its influence. The only sure way to detect Cook :'he potatoes In boiling wa-
; poultry( club work, elates Mr. Net- will; be felt In future years. tapeworm is to kill one or more of tei', without peeling them until

; t tles. These boys are being, trained We may take for example the I tho fowls! most seriously affected nearly done. Cool peel cut In
better citizenship through of truck and vegetable and conduct a post-mortem examination -
to growers slices\ Have ready a hot frying
is ({ co-operation and organization.Over crops In Florida. A recent surveyby or "post" any that die. Cut pan In which there is a small d
700 demonstrations have the state marketing Bureau open the: ones selected for exam- amount of fat (about 1-8 of an in. tlmvl\e, ''Q ,
{ been put on by farmers In the shows that there are a number of Initlon: and slit the Intestines from In depth) Brown the potatoesIn
t',r county dealing with soil building co-operative truck marketing or- end to end.\ If the intestines are this and serve while hot. Breakfast -
better methods of cultivation: and ganlatlon However they are hold! under water, It will be easier bacon served with fried: swoet 11' ": t

tl 1i fertilization permanent pastures, practically all small ones. If all to detect worms It any are pres potatoes makes a nice dish for the
{' pruning ann spraying and feeding: of the existing truck cooperativeswere ent. Tapeworms are easily recognized winter luncheon. The potatoes ?,
and care of hogs, beef and dairy federated Into one central ,, be'.nlt; flat, made up of Jointed may be fried In the savory bacon 'IHM, ny l il" L LI LI LI
i (cattle according to Mr. Nettles organization they would have con- segments. They are white or drippings. I I

; ?' Mr. Lawton was recently trans trol of only a small portion of the gray In color There may also be (Second Method) r
ferred to Duval county as dairy total state truck crop. It will be round worm! present. Roundworms Potatoes may bo peeled,' sliced
Bp callst.: necessary to federate the existing are a serious:\ enough problem and fried: without previous cock- ,-, I,
-- .. (co-oporatlves to establish new local to be featured in an 1I1d,per) d- InWhen\ this Is done the fat r.1
WHIT F.XllM" I'KOCJUAM units of the federation and cnt article which I have written
I should be medjum hot as sufficient
to get a large percentage of the I for separate publication. time must be allowed for cookingand Let us Demonstrate:
', C'alueE-ville: Jo'la.--The agrlcultural state truck crop production represented Tapeworms must have an Inter- not for browning only. Cook .
f program of station WttUF, before the Farm Board w.ll; medlato host, or they cannot until be pierced ci
; i j .the potato may i 01II
the voice of "Florida for the week make'a loan to the truck growers. spread to other: fowls Tapewormeggs with a Htraw.Hw .
; beginning October.; 19 Is given: be- This Is Just one example but it !! will not hatch In the intestine .Tt I'olulo Croquettes

1! low. The farm program comes serves the purpose.( -hlckens.. The eggs of tapeworms Use 1 cup of cooked and mash! why j h
j a' from 1 to 1:30: p. m. Eastern Tim Co-operative Marketing are passed with the drop- ed potato, 1-4 teaspon cayenne 1 Goodyear i:

; 'i Standard Time each week day. Journal says that "co-operation is ping of Infected chickens and may teaspoonful of flour, 1-4 teaspoon .. ."..,.
d 4i WHUF broadcasts on a wave a cause which should enlist almostas bo eaten by flies or earth worms. salt 1-2 cup chopped nuts or OJ
; tj:, InnRlli of 204 meters and a frequency much fervor and zeal as our na- They hatch Inside the fly or earthworm ground parched peanuts 1 egg 2
of 1.470 kilocycles. tional Independence." and then chickens eat them tal'lespoontuls: bread crumbs.
1f Oct. 19 Stale agriculturalnews and the worms with develop and
i Mix! In the order given, reserving -
summary-H M.-Flughum, IM-XWNS: HHOl'M NOT grow In the chicken. Files are the the bread crumbs. When mIx- Supertwist COT.Jdl u
assistant editor Florida Agl'Icultural IIAIIVMHTICO: : UNTIL most common hosts. If, therefrre I' ed ehapo into croquetes and roll ua
Extension Division.: TIIOKOCmiLiY M.VrUHKD: fowls are confined to yards which In the crumbs. Fry in deep fat. a
Oct. 21-Summary of Co=operae are kept free! of droppings and decayed Mashed: Sweet Potatoes dlrtJ
Uvo Agronamy Experiments. Gainesville Fla. Pecans matter there will be less
Cook peeled sweet potatoesof
Florida should be allowed to remain on the trouble from If all up
W. R. Stokes agronomist tapeworms. water f
a uniform size in boiling off" fierce flexing
ti Experiment Station tree until they are thoroughly matured such materials are removed some until' tender. Hemo"e peelings: "laughs

Oct. 22 Farm Flash pro says 0, II. Blaskmon pecan distance from the poultry runs, ilishwell/ season with butter, salt;
gram from United States Depart Culturlst of the Florida Experi- tiles: will be attracted elsewhere. and a small amount of milk or
ment of Agriculture. ment Station. However if the Kamala is known to be the mosteffective cream. Heat until smooth and

Oct' 23 A Practical Poultry nuts are being carried off by squirrels remedy against tape light and serve hot. On the little machine illustrated we are demonstrating why regular
t 'Hreed'ng: Program H. C Ma- blue jays, crows or other worms In poultry, and Is recommended (Cnnfllr Hwc-ct PotatoesCut
goon poultry. specialist, Duval enemies It may be advisable ac- by the United States De- boiled<< sweet potatoes into cord gets lifeless and gives out many miles too soon. See this demon

t-Ounty. cording to Mr. niackmon, to har- partment of Agriculture. It is best long slices. Place in an earthen stration before you buy balloon tifes. It is important to the pleasureand
Oct. 24. -- Farm Flash program vest Just as soon as. the husk be- given in the form of individual dish put 1-4 teaspoon of bu'Jer
from United States Department of gins to pop dose pills-one gram being a dose on each slice! sprinkle well with economy of your motoring this summer.

Agriculture.Oct. All nuts If thoroughly matured for an adult chicken. This medl- sugar. Tour in sufficient writer to
i 25 -- ]How we Find What (ran be shaken off by jarring the clno is very convenient as no fast- cover the bottom of the dish. Dust On the same machine we also demonstrate why the wonderful new
is Wrong with Sck! Anlmala.--lI'. branches, but in earlier harvestingMr. Ing Is necessary before giving it. lightly with cinnamon. Bake until StlPERTWIST
i Goodyear Cord-whfch stretches and comes back like
K. F. Thomas assistant veterinarian IHackmon recommends the Caution should be used however the sugar and butter have
Ig, 1.'lo:Experiment: Station., lisp of poleb to top tho clusters so as some cases of poisoning have died and the potatoes are call-I RUBBER-defies fierce flexing for maximum mileage. This one dem-
that the nuts will be knocked off. resulted from giving Kamala.: The
1 onstration will settle the proposition for
('II1CKI.1'O.X IS :MOST Bamboo poles,; are recommended usual practice Is to try It on a DAIIIYMKX: : OltDAMZK: you. IIIIt.i;
"''U \\IS1"": IN I'MM/; for th's purpose.( Mr. Blackmon 'few oC the less valuable birds. .

TIIOM.IS: <:IVIM: HI';:\If.UY: faythat the nuts should be about 48 before the rest of the The dairymen:: of Kscumbla coun- iO

knocked off In such a way as not flockth; <*, test fowls show fa- ty have held two meetings th's
1f, Ca'nesvllle Fla. Full Is the to injure the young twigs. vorablo results, the rest may be month and are organltlng! a dairy ':. & ;,

time cf the year when hlcken pox Tho ground under the trees treated with reasonable assuranceof I men's association) to work out their $' ..
commonly called sorehead causes ,should be cleaned, and a canvas or safety. problems together, says E. P. :' :: ,-
most trouble In Florida, says Dr. i burlap cloth spread around each In the case of tapeworm infection -* Scott, county agent ...,..... ""J! fi
M F. Thomas asslotant veterinarian I tree, Bays Mr. niackmon otherwise! as with most other poultry __ *
_ !at the Florida Experiment Sta- considerable!! time will! be :t'onsurued: : diseases, sanitary measures are of Miami Beach Laying of gas Irc;

tion. in bunting tho tints, and many prime importance. Clean up runs mains In this-"city, progressing rap- The World's Mileage
li-1 Thomas recommends the I may bo lost. and houses and keep them_ clean Idly. Champion
following precautions! and treatment i
: As soon as chicken pox Is Officers of the South Florida I.

; noticed Isolate all sick bards: unions Press Association: have set October GOODYEAR PATHFINDERh
it is badly scattered throughout 25 and 26 as the dates for the "

the flock. Uso a good antiseptic body's annual convention to be JUST ARRIVED
in the drinking water. One hold at Melbourne. The officials Liftetime Guaranteed !

of tho first steps to treatment have laid! plans for a publicity 1"11'111'11I"111"111/1'11'11I'1"11,11I'11""IUIIHIIIIIIIIII"''''' '' /' '' '' '/ "'" IIWWYINY111lIWIIIIIYIIIAlII1WIWIlYICarload '/ "
1 should be a dose of Epsom salts campaign! to cover I the entire state
ono pound for each 100 birds fed in gaining a large convention attendance
In the drinking water. This shouldbe fir the discussion of Nice The Lowest Prices In History

repeated every two weeks until problems facing the association.The Young.
iti the trouble Is over. Loosen the following speakers were nam-
t F' pox lesions. or scabs on the head ed for (the program; Karl Leb- High Pressure Balloons
: with carbolated vaseline, and then mann Orlando; W. 11. O'Neal Or- MULES AND HORSESAll I

pant'! the sores with tincture of lando; Bob, Sweger Quincy: Ivy 80x31-2.'. ______________ .ft ".O.'S 29x4.40: ... ____.......:________..- $ .. ':'!J
.,. 4 iodine. Clough Johnson Leesburg; N. H. J 30x3 1.2 OS ___ _____ __ B.1O ant4.no! : __ ___ __ 0.55 r l l81x1

; : In flocks where chicken pox is UoJenhouugh St. Augustine: and ____.__._______ . 8.8.1 8Ox4.3O::> ____.&_______ fI.iI
I4 prevalent every year vaccination Senator A. M. Taylor, St, Augus- Well Broke 33102x1 __ ______ ___ __ n.n. 30x4.75: __ __ N"13:3x1

the spring is recommended nays tine. -----.... : _____________ __. 10.1.1: 20v5.Ort -_____-____ 8 -!O n
:' Dr. Thomas. Madison\ Turner Mercantile I I 1-3 __ .._-_ _:. ____-_ 13.4.1 30.'S.OO: ____ ____ __ H.O: I

ttltOW MOISK. POTATOES: Company Inc., opened branch /miiimiimiiniimumimiiiiBiimimiummmiili-miiiwmimiwiiiinm' /" iiiiiii'niiimuiiiminiiiilmreuiiHliHilummiraillHiniiiiiiimi" ( INNWIIYI' 33x41-2.------- __ 13.O514.UO 80x5.33 _______________ fH r.
ready-to-wear store here. 1 34x t-2 ______ ____ ___ __ 3hS.:" .r __ -- 10.2. tt;h
tR' Irish Leesburg Between 4000 and 8Ox533fl HI) 8 ply ___ ________ 21.10 32vn.no, _______________ 1:1.:1: : k
Flagler county potato
lr growers are planning to plant a 5000 acres released for bean planting for sale lID JO pIT.. __..____ __ mum 82.,0.:50: _. ,___. __ J 15.9,3:

!1' larger acreage for 1930 says L. T. In this vicinity. htI .

Nleland, county agent. Jacksonville Shell Petroleum I Ihtho.
Corporation to establish business

Making .a game of everyday In this city.Contract. PERRY E JOHNS RITCH'S SERVICE STATION.

I teaks U one way of teaching children awarded for buildingof ..
to like the tasks which they road leading from Dixie: high CiJII.

f have to perform each day. way south to city limits of Cocoa Starke Florida

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!) ,II' .U III3AVY; IXCnR.SB"I or meniM I thai* t tinH. ) !';," pi.:, ,",! ? ( r :; ,.

J ron contlnut DII a fun -k .. Ettla": "Milt I'OltN
fivc.-dny o )11, ,cI| .\' .

r ; ,.iu' ,1" ('tInpIflyI today ule. 1 Bmployniont I In th.pliuitu .- ]F'i,Ie.! Florida Voters Will Pass Upon --- \,

," UK Htatement: l'I'I11l1ln"-, at a hll-h i i\, i ; Tho board of ':n lII "HICncrH' of ;

L ,, I and with 108,1'IS: omplnyeoHorkim' state Institutions at Tullabasn t<. i -\.
I I'' ""l ni In the three largo plants of i Florida, will receive bids l i'r r ",
I', .,,1"' durlPB Beplemt I UKDC( I 'sl Four Constitutional Amendments on 30f)0) "
trot: area on October to bushels of ,
JtoWD, I ,, t ilh'd 101,305) units 2. __ ____ good, sound well l j'
'*r 'J"' ----.---- I Thy word is a !lamp slip-shucked", corn weighing ftOpoundi ,
| production unto
feet and light
\ i I' .1", "> river --- __ my a onto my path.-Psalm 119:105.: --- dj'
h'' 1 ( to 'the
.. delivered at
,,, .' in-', month) of Ihe pre- Tampa Hans proposed to - -- Florida\ voters next fall will: pass '
I the time similar
and during a 2
I I nun the State Prison Farm '
HM'1 form In lots of
\ ,' tovporafon to take over 1 l.i-:: r3.uura1atiu1i.: All religious teaching\ doctrine or upon the question of whether imv tux Is' enforced by the lln'ted I .....ft
Icdlnl' production sched-( story Citizens Hunk and creed if they are to have any claim 0 bushels and III fl. ; '! .
Trust Upon the love' or all of four proposed amendments -
loyalty Florida lnlrerllances -
I''"" and devotion of States against
AD the people must be in with Make bids 1
harmony in
sending! !
Company I
October call- building the ,
Rule hl1' ", ,, 't.( for appraised at tE'uchings of Jesus the Christ whose words fit into every fold and crevice to the state constitution I or estates and shall only one to !Mallle ;
of copy Mart'n.
'nr II 1 ,,iitpul I ) of 1 /5.000 Mod- 1225000. SPAKE the human heart, and of whom it was said in John 7:46. "NEVER MAN should be adopted. I be exercised: or enforced to the extent to tho secretary '

1,1 oS ,mil,,. Model AA trucks. Starke Construction LIKE TIllS MAN." The amendments were proposedIn board Tallahassee I
,.I > .11' of curb I of abHorlng the amount of any I Florida, and one to J. S.
for October anticli and gutters! through \\ but joint resolutions passed by tin copy
HTIK prifi'" in' the town on did Jesus say about pass mo" And their he i-ald!. "So labor- I deduction or credit which may be hutch superintendent State Prison '

pale I 1''ItII' i nf 47,000 units over route of Hood No. 28 progressing ing judgment on others? Answer lug ye ought to support the weak, two houses of the legislature at permuted by the laws of United Farm, Ilalfcrd, Florida.Florida '

I1r"'I"" ,,,,,", of October 11128, rapidly.Okeechnbee. i-tad--!Matt. 7:1-5.: and the last regular session of the law- States, now existing or hereafter ..
:lle to remember the words! of the State! Farms" "

i l lien i J': units were pro- I -. Standard Oil The 1,01-d's Prajcr.Matthew I Lord Jesus, how he said It is moreblessed making body. enacted to be claimed by reason 1 0-1 8-2t J. S. hutch, Snpt. I '

Company erecting modern filling to BrIefly, the amendments, wblcli thereof, as deduction" or credit _
nureflT.II.I 6:9-13. give than to receive. ..
K.M l ,! production for IheBfrl station at corner of North Park : Our Father 't Is proposed to place In sections agalnet such similar tax of the 1
And 2 Thess. 3 ,
I' which art In Paul furthersaid Plant '
mm ,months of the current street and Pairott Avenue. in heaven. Hallowed : !* G, 77, 12 and 13 of article 9 of the United States applicable to Florda -1 City New Septic tank In I., '
t ho thy "Neither die wo eat any western
II" -," ..".'d 1633.498 units. Loesburg/ Morgan's\ chain annie 10. Thy ]Kingdom constitution, would prohibit the Inheritances or estates. The I part of city nearIng com! .
ar ( man's bread for nought; but
'Oino. Thy pletion. ,
will be done in ,
liHtano' ., 'i'9' '' Indicate that store opened branch In ths'! cltv.Clermoni It Is In heaven earth.an wrought with labour that we Issuance of bonds In ('counties districts legislature may provide for the I Crystal Beach
"f Model\ A cars and : 11. Give us this and municipalities: unless Five building tf. t
"n Construction of ad appropriation of all taxes (collectedunder :
roduct day might net be chargeable to any of
our dally bread. 12. And forgive being erected for complete <1""
'n-Its. for the full year dition to C'lermont -] the proposed Issues are approved such camp ,
A A Cltnm (;ilowers i ; you for even when" we were this article to state, for '

U"" *"" CJ' : ""0.000 units I Packing: IK use prort"!': sll g rapidly our debtors.us our debts, as we forgive with you, this we commanded you by a majority of the freeholders; roinni)'. municipal or educational South Tampa Y. W. C. A. members. ; ,
13. Hay
And lead not Contract awarded r
for OctobLModt'l us certain Industries from IncPaymelrt
adopted (
m exempt purposes an It may deem advisable. ,
The pf" Into that 'f any would not work nelth- for erection ,
-- temptation but deliver us of taxes and authorizing of school building:

______J---= --.- ------- i rom evil ; for thine Is the" klngloni tr should he ent." 1'uul was a the legislature to, Impose Inherit Sect'on 13. Article 9.10 be added to cost 21772. ,

7'IGc and the tat i t mal-er. or at least l a weaver of to r0l1s1 It III Ion. Motor Umatllll1Vork 1
i. .
power and the ,
glory aneo or Income taxes rent- actively underway u ,
forever. Amen cloth from wh'ch tents were made upon as properly shall be vl'l\ll'lefl'l at citrus
How to dents of the state as long as such packing/ plant of 'r
Prayer: Father In till Jesus w'rl'E'd as a carpenter.\ They only one form of I Umatllla Citrus Growers Associa ? t
our pe- Imposition nre made by the fed- ( I "
o were taught these trades when shall! be a license tax for operation .
# Itlonu, give the tlon.
us spirit of the !lv- oral! !government: and to Impose I ; 1. 1
tl ? BRIDGE lag Chrst.: cii lidicir. Did sncl.\ work dishonor only a license tax upon motor veI of such motor Tampa Florida Portland Ce- \ t

them ? I which license lax shall be ment
V'hICIt'S'1 Company resumed operations I '
hides ellmlnnt'ng: the ad, valorem"
t ,1 4 I II --. tax. amount and levied for with production nearly doubled 'i, 4

Iv tcs 192930 by St'XDAY KCHOOI, 1"lItS'l''IIIUSTI.Jll'ItCr; poses as the legislature over previous output. f
LESSON Hate 1'Iorldji] Loss shall be In lieu of
law and
provide |
1 ICuntlH! Sound ;
equipment will :
I Wynne Ferguson I I L I Ir Ilible School and communion 1 Tho proposed!' Income and Inheritance all ad valorem tuxes assessable ( be Installed Ktistls" Theatre early 'I'' .

o'clock. adopted at the request of Representative St.
-- Petersburg --- COli t r art
r .
[ s-; to I Subject: Useful Work a Chris- Church serv.'ces! morning and W. S. Me Lin, of Leon -__-.' awarded for construction of (brig.'I. ,} :

evening of the first Sunday In tounty, who explained that HO I'
Han Ible
]Jllly.I IMUKM, :: i\ri\IMs: lilA O.S: dock at cost of approxImately'I
J'RTICLENo.2 each month by the pastor Uro.Dlxon long us the federal government I
; '
Golden Text: "If would 29263.
any not I N lOt)Tll.1 Lb itri.KH: or u)aHy ) I '
work, neither should he ent." 2Thes. : ot Jacksonville. required the collection of such .
Onenllh' 'J"t wa's: to learn liow to are of spades. Or, if it IOHCS he can HI ill with 80 rebate -- i-i
taxes an cent
hybeu' t tliher Vition< is l>y a study of,f discard the losing diamond on the ace I 3:10. per FredV.. Prlem Ofllclal RefereeTo it I.iC'l''j'j ,,1
To avoitl 1l bad London Text: Gen. 2:15 ]Kxod. H.\.''rrST to states. having stub laws of their I
,ni takes. of
pi I,' "'i spades and so has loit nothing by : ; enlighten\ I the foot hull fans W 1 ,
Report of Ihe rterk of
play well. I Here areouat the finesse. 20:0: Neh. 6-3 John i own Florida was losing millions Circuit I
I lay is o v \ to : ; 5:17: ; 9:4: ; on the new rules of 1929! so as to Court In and for lirndford County 'I J .'
""I, Second, he can play the ace of spades Acts 20:33-35: ; 2 Theas. 3-0-lfll; Sunday school at 10 a. m. J. }'. of dollars yearly. i"t.rtula. "I iircnnnt of Taxe
make the game more Interesting, ed for th >ar92t.. ase"I
on trick one and then to. fi Kpli. 4:28.Ceneraf: Klckliler supl. The motor vehicle tax amendment y f;
prepare nesse C. A. KniKlit tux i the most
Hand No. 1. I w.ll; endeavor to explain .
t..ll11ple the diamond. This can be done by Thoughts; : Idleness, Worship at 11 a. m. and 7.10: : was sponsored' by HeprescMi- Itrk. flu,, Oet. 1 I. 199. \ t.
III" KJ.8.3 leading the live of di.imomU from the tutlvo A. U. Kanner, of !Martinit'ountnty Imirortant changes: .nl,i'r.pr1'.r .1
i-ovetousnew, unfair d<*alliiK3, mid p. Iml. illln HHpt., t. I 1II2H: Icon, (9 IS U
J. 10 and 1. .\Vl1h period about to (end
c."I dummy w inning the trick with the m.Wednesday a
who also hacked the Ily aunt eolt.'t.'ul
7:30 3140722JI
gambling hurtful. : al : p. m. program proposed
f 1) ,i',', -10,83,2 king in his own hand I lie should then are the side III possession of I the bull To bal. ilua Hopt. an. 1'iLMi l I: .!'
5niblicr lead the trey of diamonds from his Cen. 2:15: "And the Lord Cod bj.. tlie Y. W. A. under leadership I constitutional provision re- makes The ,.
a play. opponents O..dlnN
hand and! finesse: the jack m the dum look the man and put him Into 1 1I : of Mrs. Geo. C. White.Treadling ciulrliiK the approval of a majorityof ) during' To Iml. duo 1'1,1.| i t loItsu "I
.I'A u foul, fInn: expiring try amt. | ; I
Y : my. I'l.iyd: in this way Z muht win i lie: Garden of Eden to dress it and the freeholders before bond Issues .To bill' 1'.II''I.cl. | All 1929 1 11 'J ,
: II : three diamond tricks if A holds the lo keel It.'. services will be heldat are made. slu: } (The penalty Is to be Inflict Jlon,l HiI! 1.1". HIIfHOHU'l ..|. .'

: Z : of diamonds.Tlii'd ed. The game must continue until To l.nl. due Sept. I, !' '
queen Even before s'n entered the the residence cf I". :J. ..:.tee, The l proposed amendments areo Hv vll.-i-lp.l 112 1f331.7 .

Z must arrange to finesse the world honest work required Slato Farm, road, Sunday October : be voted upon In the general; a play has been made free from To nll. .H"pl I. 1130 13.83.4 t
heart sui*. 1 his can, be done by leadint Interference by any foul committed ('.un'" '
20, nt 3 m. Elder C. A. Steph- election of November 1)30.!) At 'Inld'ne
No I game.: Z dealt, bidind the deuce! of hearts from '\ Land and of man and became his duty asInad p. \ defensive side, unless To Kill I dmMt'itt.' t, 2(11( 4> ,
14 by limp:
ensoll \la charge.HKKVICKM that time the state electorate will Uv unit. i'oitt't't.'rl 40.10 ,1
rnenn. J A if B also !
pa low heart Z
s ,
> a t tho penalty is declined. ) To: bul. Iun Hinr. 3d, I'i2it 22.1.11: '
III,I LII'' l ilK, Z passed and A bid -- also, vote party .
> the ten of hearts. If 1)) holds the "JtIH' ,wo \\ hat i it Y's Lid? AT KIX I (JSMJYChurch : lIomlno..II'1 2. If slugging occurs during a bill tints Mvpt. I I.' I 1259.35 ,
proper queen the< ten will;: force the ace, and wend. of useful I work and may riot The primaries: of the 1121 <:
h 'inconceivable! that \U-cn I try" for point after touchdown the Iy n mt. cftll"',rtftt soft no i '
V ne\f obtains the lead, Z can "I he man" all human -- ome earlier In the bul. duo ( : t'u.'!'i 4493$ '
represent :11
!0),i) "' uld do anything with again lead hearts (.Jie 9)), Ind r.itih ? Does ul Kingsley Lake. AllinembtrH /Democrats next year to have two player is disqualified I I and I the team I (HI'ft.Ult I'llIlMTo
: i juss, hut Y was a playrr the queen if it is in IVs hand. I If I A Icings" not God now desire (Is penalized half) I the distance from bill Iu,' Mi.pi. i,, I r.ijn: :' 19100Mv : t tI
d ft 1 'ncc so decided 1 that his li-jKls the Z each man and women to select antiPerform are, urged to be present 1 prlmarlen 113 the result of repeal I Hint. collrrlfil r'l u.ntun( ,,
must I klckofi'
or arc Ira of the nctmcc'eelIng -
double of q-ipcn queen 'bum)'. Oct. 20.Important bifsln :- of tire so-called Iiryan primary I point duo Hont. 30. I'12'I n .
I' x two sp'id: that 101"1. 130.01
h\'t task In the
otwo; tricks but if B holds gl'eutI
; The I try for point shall ho ul- .. I 8ul.-Niht..l---ll egu; Is :
Ii tn :a on a maximu, > i lie nucrn Z ,'.prevent it from in.ik- work of tim world to which he or 88 to be attended, to. lit%V. To bill. duo ::5.'tt.| I I. 1U2V 6.S74 40
h ',it.double.! double 1 iiigby lir.tss'nii; in the mannersncciiicd.To l. I lit Is host ? J. L. Sllcox clerk. Follow I tug, are t the four proposed towrd 01' disallowed I as I the disc Hv nmt. rolli-i-ti-il 7NH, 'InTo ,, "
'1.1 'itions the player snouldi ) adapted \ be | bal. due Si't't., I, t l'12'l'! !'
1 ncr'I1\I\;)!: : this[ result, Z should be I amendments which will fnce thevoters. may ; Mllli-Ni'hool G08f.Z "u
., i ,ir.-e tricks. Y, liowi-vt. r, cnrc-f',1 tn provide at least two reentries I Kxod. 20:9: "Six days] shalt" thou IMtKSIUTKItlAN: : : :3. A team la allowed thirty see- 'I';,,. lull ilue' S< |ii,| | I 1..d: : 3817 1* \j ,,
in ,.erienced enough to be in dummy so that-- henrlscan. be !labour: nnd do all thy work. This onds to put I the ball in play before HV unit.: roii t<-<>t iiTobill. I : am: it J

rJ led fr"n"zI ii.md at least.: twice. : oomman-lmenl roqu'rcs' us to w>rks Tire' .\Miii int to consider with tide I 10 a. m. Sunday school, J. 11. n penalty I
I j In. tie! a-'ial hand! Z decided! to x days out of seven, and within ; (II I, Artlcje 9 : The legislature 4. Nn player on defensive ran To Iml. din- M'et.| I I. liijtiHv 201 41 fl
'lJ t > If TruMh) stipt. Lesson tope, "Use-
ucropenin. you weie finesse tlIespa(1e And f3 won the' trick that time to do all our work. Hut shall have power to )provide! rUI''. rollfetcilTo 40,10
Interfere In with reoolvtr
fa f 10( tloul..o8 twc- ;rl': 'a ful I Work.n Christian Duly." any winy a bal. duo Sept 30, I92'l 22.1 III
ill ''f' lend? The with tuc kiO,,!;. H t'icn let! Q club! whichZ In the seventh day thou shall not for iMmiliiR! !: state bonds only for of forward until ho has >\ lllll'VN* lt.IMlllll ,
you JlI'r.rlip a puss 1l'uno.
""II. I ":"C IS where Z made mistake. 11 a. m. Morning worship! sermon To b.I. dos Wt-ift.I I, lua'.lIly 1 26)
,is hind is undoubicd'ys. work for it Is the Sabbath of the the ot repelling Invasionor r.1
purpose received I the has actual
;Instead d!1.\'A: 'ir.g a diamond! an.I play- ]by the pastor. Theme pass or I ami. "nl""p,1 40 ,
lone:h( ." s. Y's partner has Lid ;IIL' thc ace from Y's handxnd then Lord a day of rest In which to "Christ's Cup." suppressing,I Insurrection and poHHCRHton' of the ball. To I>I. ""I HO, 19.'a 2n.U: ,
> --ii shr-uM! have at least : iiiImlitiy
; t.Jiin a d'VMrd; f-n the ore of spade honor and nerve God. Th'ose who tho (counties districts or munlc'pilitles !i. Any player ellg'ble: to receive To ,
: : bal. duo
|(M( h, 'irtn. I It is Y'lt dot to ; 6:30: p. m. Christian Kndeavor.Topic H"lt. I I. 1K39 iifil r.ftIly
ltd Y Z fincsbcrl t'e; jack rf c'iamoiuh' which do not labor cAnnot rest In the true of the state of Florida: shall becomes", Ineligible If he arnt. I'ol.ctect._ SuitS i
')oHlilleofth! :>tren"t1: ] "Taking/ Part In Meeting, : : u pass To bill : 1 112' 'I' 2H.ltl''fn .
U wen. ;i. had another club winch Zvoi. of the ,,'on\\. to Issue bonds C :
n I d 1 what suit to play err; sense Why and How." Leader, I\I'IR Annette have power only sit ps' out of boiimls or over the .Vt Korn-lliirf: : ,1 .
''e I :10 open[ the heart nuf.t / then led Ji'i'' tiicr! diamond A writer savs "Idle people with, after I the same shall have been coil. limo cither before or after" To bil dun Sppt. I \ .'.nIUK3.S\ I ( i
winning the trii k in Y''s hand with the WllKams.: t'uIt.'et.'nt
Ily '
Ih, .
t is the proper rpeningi ACe IIj/ then Uv! a \law licurt from whom every day Is n day of leisure 7:30: p. m. Evening worship, approved by n. majority of the niching the pass.! To bul. tin," ".pt. nn, i IH2't IlUM! .
'n i I. ilcss it contains twotar I or cannot know what a Sabbath votes east III an election In wh'cha (I. w. Al.DI.tMAN. Clcrll.Ily I
lummy and playe'1' the ten iron nkj'vn and sermon. Prayer meeting 7. Any pass, caught by I two eligible *.
song KlilllrllK A l,5'i'uuitI. Ii I
I la that
lopnlunlc() ..sequence. event hand, firomp -\ to wit t' trick nveanL" !Many people and some majority wf the freeholders" W"> receivers s'nuiltuiieoiiHly" is __ I
i honor. \Vt'clr.8 1uy at. 7:30
i III: 1 I ticular hand Y made with thn :ace. A then 1-d 1 n I Iw <'l.owhicli I go vernnrr-nI s have d'sreuiirdsd! tho < : p. m. aro qualified electors residing In nn I Incomplete pIL II. 1 1 O'I'IC'---V': "' .\ )-'IlilM.HNotice !
a A cordial Invitation to all ourservices
J Ii then J led l ,.r'air.rnl;
't' > won. a Sabbath but that practice has such counties, districts or intrn'ellualitles \- ti
ue. lie opened the heart 7. A kicker about to punt Is accidentally ;
which Z in his hand with t.e! extended to all. 'IK linrvliy Klvpn Ihnt nlvlyilaya !
'U'' 1 the jack instead d( Avon own ; usually proved Injurious.The i shall participate! to be held! ,
the ] knocked down by nn nfli'i' ilnlf lii'fpof on tu-wit tliw2uih C '
Z hud in 4NOTIt'K>
tre Kinjr. no re-entry! tlumiry 1\4) I I. : "l ur Ncvi-iiil A. I II),. III21)) 1 "
en nn intermediate honor that the be iy
:: in I the manner to prescribed bylaw
was forced to lead: ; *li.j hr..rts:: from his newspapers say : opponent who rushes through the I limo uii.l.'i'NJKMod, uf hue f' f '

Ires ad two in ClIcnre. As a own hand, thus letting; I U win n heart government of Russia has recently ; but tho provisions! of this act line trying to block the punt Is not CHtll' "f II". .1. allmlll'II..lnr. ot fn Mar I ; ..I
opening A 1> .
; nia e it 'ffri iMl. pi'i'Hpnt MYVdiiuhfiM u
tril k with the I Played in thisway "abolished" the Sabbath. Let us shall not apply to the refund'ngot wil
tnl1 :',1 1 in spades and as it was queen. There will be held by the pastor considered Interference or rough ninl' AI'cUllt an Cu'Ii, i t
do .1h.! o score'l and Z Made only two rdd, I'-sintr\ two watch the result. and people of the Methodist church bonds Issued exclusively for the ness. A.lnllh"rulor. to tine "ol.rllhl. (]In'.>. -I ,
I fama heart I rlcl.s; one clab, one diamond and I mt .luilfcc. u t llnnlforil -
lite ruL"s 1 two mistdkcH, first trick. When Nr-hemlah was rebuilding! a church conference and workers purpose of refunding bonds or tho 8. Try for extra po'nt: after : I'niinly:! ,(l-'Hrida\ :iinrl i ask furMM : '

i ilu ie and then the bad. li..nd l. one: : sp.idd tint wall of Jerusalem he was urged council 7:45 Oct. interest thereon of such counties tou'-hdown\ is played from the two- ti.|>iirovnl autl my dll-hnrg. iu 'I .
on Friday night, : ,
\ 'inents a and rubber S,'. hnw ."IIIY it is to make tjame by nut'h lcmlll.lraiur.I I
to were not Ramc entitled. ) avoi-linc: tw > t.nC38"1I wlioT) ony!: one is to come clown to the valleyiom i.8th, In the Woman's club build- districts or municipalities.' yard instead of the I hr(>o-yard : Hpt ml>or, 11;". } "
,Id by : sufFcicnt < distance from Jerusalem] for Section 12, Artdo: 9 : For a period I lino.I '1'. W. MA UK K V
nl<:cess. ry'i jirefw'i ing.
9-20-Dt-l I I1
I :xamplo Hand No. 1 number i.f u..<..l'trtC.lI1111 n'r' : Thpra n conference. Hill he answeredNeh. An Interesting program la be- 1 of 15 years from the beginning 9. A punt that rolls out of : Adnilnl tsLra"ro'I'J'IloI'utmiI'itii'un "I :

I 9,5,2 arc vnly two sure rr-< rcra''lIn: dummy: ( :- 0:3): ) "I Am doing a great tug prepared consisting; of music, '/f operation all Industrial plants bound'. after having boon touchedIs \ : .l.iT" f
the nee .f udes; anj tho nc 1.1! ciianiouds. work that I cnnnot come down; which shall be established In this -- I I ,
10 9 so
3 given to I the side whose player
reports from the various departments i j
f ii.' iU .Jr il l act
1 hat !
;i.: : fi t'niliM- iirul victims of that rr- ,
'a-A'I,5 T to f fnicsso t'.o queen' of sri.k&! fcc j if( it why should 1 the work reuse" whilst : of the church and plans for state on or after July 1. 192! engaged last touched( It at I the place where hahn .' ....11\01\ ly'tsuuI| nut nf' riot miiiI I

7 loses and tlie: ja.k t'.iamrnds:\ .. also I leave It, and come down to you?" an advance along all lines of prlmar'ly; during said periodIn 1 !It was! last touched and not fifteen rlotIhii I I HH I n. tlut fli'fult I I court uC "

:-Y- I I.IDCS, there will'i Ie only on .-cl1t..y iu "Unstah'Illy," lack of perser- church, activity. Light refresh the manufacture of steel vns'olB. yard i In as before. I Ilio Htate ciliinly of I Florlrla on the I In Uiul, iiml, nut I fur y nf llrndfuril Oclohir ,

: A U s Y's /Ijiiid and there: must be two. auco aM.-nyr prevent good work. Ifyou ments will: be served by the members automobile ties, fabrics and! 10. T'mo Is taken out by thetlmekt'rper 1121.* !* llpori, I Inn'"I jtul r.tfnilit 1
: f>r d I o"!* I Ilin I, Half! t-ourl, I Iri u certain -
Therefore trick one should. 1 be won desire to serve yourself textiles, wood 1 pulp paper paper: i \ .
: Z : your of Missionary! Society and on all penalties, try- I enUHc u therein I tin'nut' "I ii x, wlnrfliiAnthony I
by the ace of spades! i ir. Y's h.ind and 1 neighbor, or the Lord, select some Epwortli[ League.All bags fiber board, automobiles automobllo ror-polnts\ substitutes, dead! balln, Knviicok unit Hi'Nxlo Knviir'ek !
i tho lew hes.-t led -"t trLk two 7. should/ wrr5 comiJlalniintM rind D I.
I 1..10.8.6I I pLy: the ten which forces; A:sure. Now: line of work;; for which you are members and friends of the parts aircraft aircraft I Die, 11111118 not started again unll. AITIUM: WOM dofondtin: t, whirh fiii.l' I i\ 4 0.

I .1!-K.8,3 Ak,8,5 no multeh': w the! cards lie, Z: should! fitted, and persevere thereIn. church are cordially Invited to berellent. parts glass and crockery manufacturers the bull I In actually put In play by JIIIII"\pu t "lie.-n"'<1 of duly rc-rordrd county I II .: r

0rnbbcr mik garro. He has a sire: rc-cntrv ill In Iho firth chapter of tho Gospel Come you will enjoy It. and the refining: of sugar tho anapperbuck and not by tho Ptorldii I In < 'i.n tue."Urnrf.ro ry, MonW .! !

-liamonr', !* and can load: t'.t" nine of of John we read of Jesus James T. Guy, pastor.S. and oils unit Including- byproductsor sound of tho refere's whistle aa No. I. "Ri' :3211." of miiu public rrai.lilH o'

V.to ". game. Z dealt. IjiM hearts. This! plan of r'ay' v>!:1 t pi.,-k up healing) the blind nina on tho Sabbath S. Howling. derivatives Incident to the manufacture before. 1 I.vl.cl prop. .npcn'rlv situate thn "...1"1,

0., d aU: &: '8 ouren even if-guprde'l( t'tp-e' tIme!!, tho Jews "nought of of the above Inl II"HC'I'I."I lirudford I cuunly.l I. ," "
riasacd. If A opened for / Chairman Olllc.al: Hoard. any products 11.: If two officials: signal d fferont RI'I h"llA II I
lose i is heart onfiia < l I
/ill Z shculd on- an follows: 0 ,
t th" "al""I, how should Z i-lan mcnd: and :one -ub:! trick. Kven it tlvre to slay him,' "Hut Jesus answered shall be exempt from taxation punallles only one can liu ,\1 Ihnt portion nf ,Hunt Thr>" _", I

l handi Vav arc fur:: or more clubs to the qUI'CrI I t them, my father: worketh h'therto: M\V: \Ssl.xnl.n: ; f'oUIElJlJI.I'S: except. that no exemption (Inflicted: and captain of team hnschoice. Fourlhl of Hi outh&'siu.t 'Iutl.t uf. 't )i '
ir to the hand 8e't
i I'' -T..iid. the play best! chance jack in, ore hand, Z should make game :and I work". In tho creation Cod'niobleul which shall become effective by Ihlll| 5, "III.ter.I"nrt'l ai., "KitHt: I. ,Town lying .' 1J a

I Id t to / r 111!lose cnc heart one by throwing the lead. I ( work. lIe made all brn- JleKI'ltnlug Sunday, Apr 21st v'rtue of this amendment shall extend -, 1 2. (fa forward pass is caught North I of ,, .r.r1.1 l StarkitIllirliway .1) I,

(1iiUTnl".d trick: : ur.d still Played carelessly! the hand! only I eat work honorablo. Seaboard Hallway scheduler for beyond the year 1948. i HlmulleaneoiiBly! by an eligible and also, (I"'nl itt.Mrolil I ir "( NorthwunliiuartiT hlithwhty, ) ':j9 a'L I'1.

: "" h-.KouW, plaa tK. play I scored .:wo odd. Played corl"l ctry. tnhjndnhoiildstore Jesus said Jno. 9:4: \Ve must! Starke were posted as follows: The exemption herein authorized player of tho passer's edo and i byan and Hllt hw'ot iiuiirter til t

fi 6' 11 ii.'iwi.:' 1 There arc three \ four odd game these nnd I Iuberqu1te work tIne works of him that sent Noiitlilxxiii'I shall not apply to real estate opponcift, it shall belong to int.lde i Noclhua' 6 itiartor, Mnuth nf ltunir: Kcction-. 21 ejisl; 19.Townnhlp .. E' :

''f",! ,' i lineage the queen of I two example very and North half of n.1 itiitrti| .
Ir I n. 'pethat if it ]holds! he the principles involved are extremely I ometli when no man cnn work No. 11-- (Local ) ll:23'a.: n. tiunttt! except the real estate occupied 13. It a forward pass after", hav- rind HouthmiKl '1"11",1 t.u"of, Non hwest (' e

,- ,1- 'i nr: diamond on the II rnporUnt! and coin*' ri very) (frequently. The public ministry .Jesus No. 107-.( Limited) 1:19: p. m. as the location required to 'ng been touched by an "eligible quarter and iuurtir., uf" Soc-Unn iiuarter, 3H nftiiiithwont ) .

was Crowded w'th work in netting No 101-( Limited ) 10:34: p. m. I house such Industrial )plants and player of the passer's aide. Is Townnhlp I tl. Mouth Itranne. 21 Kant.conliilnlnir : .

Answer to Problem No. 1 out Ood'ii. plan! for man's ImlvaU"n.and .Northbound. he build nits and property sltuatod touched, by another player of thai :: In. all thrvH ltumln-, ; and:( ', .
ntnuty ai'ri-H" mor" or II- 'H. I HIH slime
Hearts 3.2 the duly of all people to serve. No. 2-(Local) 5:85: a. m. thereon together with such iWo, who wan orlg' nully "eligible" 'Ix-lriK tin- tii"t>i.ity "f tho Mulii uV-

Clulm- nonn and work for God. He Haw the No. 12--(10111)( ) 3:05: p. m. lands as may be required/ for warehouses '. before the ball has been touched the fundunt lion .r I D. I he J. AIIIVH.ild ,jttulnotut nnd t'uibout it.is .t-"- C I

Di..molllis10., t 9. 8, 7 ahortnnsn of his time to work And No. 108-( Limited) 6:11 p. m storage, trackage: and shipping by an opponent., tho pans shall no: <'! ', and will I I I NOl I th. null uhovo.r tleiierlhpti -

I I in, 9 _Spades I_-- 5. 2 heartsIQ, Ukf him. all par. one should realize Wannee Branch tbartn 101 ILO'I I facllltlen and being, used for bo considered as completed. I If a the I hlfth MI I atul.':' host at pul bltld'i>llcouli r. .for: 'ry i-ash to. "1

I' : Y j C'luloll-l, Q. J. 10 that "the night compih when no leaves! Starke 7:00: a. m., and tea n uirhp urponen.Xo player of tho passer's side toucha. on thtflrrtt at 'nit.iy. the namti' In.*t ,

I "'MIC iA Bs Diamonds- none man can work." The great question 102 arrive Stnrkn 2:40 p. nt.lilnn -. Inherit JIIN-*' Tax the hall ho only of his side may 'h" Ith n
>, 'D j Z j: Spades K, Qlieart.A,4 for all Is, "What work can I Hiss' Unrti Sertfon It, Art:da) 0 : No taxes recover or Attempt to secure poomlnn of Bradford county In murkr. Plor- I

do? And how shall I do It. and Northbound : lilt" a. m., 1:58: upon I nherltancen or upon the In- :..(,, of bn ball until it t.omichze. hiutrtweuri)li.urr>| .>f Kitln nn and. Id wllhlii d.ifito the n.nisryifoe 1'K.il' Ji. i I

4 3 2 wli !n?" Woik for the Lord Includei p. m., 4:30 p. m., 8:28: p. m, 6:1': -omo til residents or citizens of tlui ground or IB. touched by AE) na'il' writ of.. < '<.no >, r-ih-r p
ffubll-: ,
with Interest thereon nnd tha routs
Diamonds none evoiy clan of -vork :hat: .e a. m. t.hlatate- shallbe levied by tho opponent.) >t thlx fi

Sp.dee-A, -t done honeutly. whether If be as Southbound--D:37: a. m., 11:37: I Hate of Florida or under Its au- 1-1. The pam, whether handed rocledl.S.W. J. KPl'IIUMON::

day laborer or as president of some a. m., 4:07: p. m.. 6:37: p. m., 11:5': her t'. and (hero! shall be exempt or thrown must be made from a 8h.rlr I of Hi'.uiiMid: ,'utu, 'v 'I ,I

1 t" 'rtiumpeeruj 2 is in the lead. Mow can Y Z play the hand *> indn trl.U 'orl=oratlon; whether! asa I p. m. I 'rom taxation to the bead of the point at least!! f vo yards back of 11-4-5t-l.l.

win all of the tricks: against any defense? I It' reamstrena earning a weakly !'iriii gamIly residing 'la this tate, //icrlmmage Una NO'j
wite of a governor or NeW Port niehoy Kenn I loUHehold\ goods and! personal of- 15. I'
of Any
should discard the deuce ; tr a* placer L.y, at anytime
an.l V
"Jtouldl lead the deuce of Nnttc IN horul.y; Ki.nn i ,, I Ihur < : W. 9
"in in Y's hand with thenuls. spades. Z should t now learUhe trey of ;-incident! prrsld nit n\ff the home ;tftre building' remodeled Muf-rvr 'act to the value of >6
I C ( Y should now lead clubs... A shmild discard the ten of i at tho cjpUoI : whether. janitor 'rvated. however that the le.18Ia-1 in. any direction except toward hi No.h.iH flli'fl 04, fltn said day of Jil)'. A ti I ''U':'.. '. -

l "iulv. B cannot discard hearts and Y should trump with the f a church or as pastor of the Miami Beach -- Building. per flee may provide for the : oppnnc'nt'3 Roul. ..."'! ..rell..I.. tu',I In lux IMV u "il",<1.t

t- lie dope. :Z with two toI eight of diamonds. onirretratl! n. nut do not Idle mita leaned for month of July to lent. levying and collection of.9 fit ) On a backward1 pa-is by the I ."t.' '1"'u, .n a- <..,r.i/in u,... with Y
lead the nine of dia- lav/ 'tlflratu .. ,
rm t th
I I'' up a club trick. B is, monds.Y should B cannot now discard: tins! king of iway your time nor delay your l.lltd; 1007590. 'ix upon 'nhcrltancea, or for the I ',IlapII8r'ba"k. whun tho ball !HOC ,,1Il '., ,1. "(,.,U'II'n i u'.t.., /i"V Mtiiiif.rt '..

i. 'i if to discard either a aid the devil offered' Apalachicola! Work avylns! ot entitle taxes: not .1 In Urndf'iril \ Kl) ,ndn. I.,.,- r
i'-. It nukes noclilference dub! or Z's four of clubs will I I be pond; ..vorl'It Is presrronlng mi!: 1 bounds it shall bulonz (al wit: ,

u "' two suits 1 U discarded ask Therefore B i is ol .lined: to discard. the v prize for I the bent plan of h nderI rap'dly on erection of 940 '(3dn'! :: In the aggregate 8\-1 : pnlnt'whoro! t crossed th: H
I th ',pens to be the same ink queen of spader Z discard. ; tIC (ocr 011 I ns tho work of the Lord and of 000 St. Patrick's church building mount which may by any lawt line) to the side which made tli .Six M.ut, t S.tlol. ThrriI'c.wtihip two Kant. d..

clubs.! A i i" now forced to dis-"ard. I If he doFtroylng human oui., and 'he Cross City --- Atlant Coa. the United States bo allowed l toa oof aJnliiff tll'W"II'. .

D the of discards the ten of spades, both of Z's "who offer- (Line Railroad filling Credited against deducted vUbIl.b The sus uncut of nald properly
II discards: queen I If he di'ards the jack II prIze went to the devil Company ur or : ) On a forward pans (he ball iinrlnr lbs rtlflrati: > |MMII. I wit
Ih ,U ''J'd.' discard the same suit spades are good. of hearts and Zi ed to convlnco men that them Is rliirh : v.tWitrd bi tween dr. (t. W. Krown.
Iht Lf' rds. 'he should' discards of hearts V's trey)" I 'uu .>. 'HI,.tl .'t-t I ticate Khali I be r.ui. .-
street !'ro' inK.Drlray / or taxoa on estates amosxrdI .
i I lit either call<< hurry. ball bin' If rorovored by t'le: 0' .", .
hearts. A' discard this' of spades are good. no ..d' ar"."II to lu\-. tax > at ? wirualiofthetticks.It -aid "I l.avioveted Btarh 115,000\ bulb I fid by the Unt-'d! Stalr-i I will ", ,, 1 1. the ..
material.: Suppose he dis- lereforeTY Z must !, In Acts 20. Paul on [ pi.illit! !N u "u..h.' .,. I>. 1'JJit.
111 i .': of.|iades. 'Y should now is a fine example of the double po man'n -uiiVr. 01 >: ''i'l'I <>rvppar.l nK hii.'nR: ,'r<.. tud! on corner of A 10 name subject, but the powr :' i 1'\' "' .'3.' nil. .1";,nr :'ntid\'an" 'd' I 1"1. ','.I n.iKHh I lay of B.rptnmbcr. ','

I o.< ,'-,tl 1' .it B discarded. As U dis- "squeeze", that is. of the play othcr.that I ," and that) I'Ih. u" n na-irt. j liintli a- .'mi''. and N. E. 2nd are f tbit legislature to levy IIU' h In < i f)n .i t :-i >. 1 ur 1 II' > I ,\.0... I9i.;:

I if k,:n .b. Y should lead the deuce .forces both opponents It to i 1:1 a discard little lad "mln 'steri-d unto my r- <.1 --1- nue for od'upaucy: of Delray Mo :rlUnce taxes or estate tEnse ino goes out of bounds the rules. COy '"I.I ,i-K 1 ,rf Clr.ul:O. W C'Hirt Ar.DKn.MAK, lirndforaia "- ,, .
Twinning cards. pretty
I 1(1.11,, aid* winning then lead the the trick ace with of clubs the problem wise and thould becarcf: ully studied. I i ties; and to them that w- r, with t tor Company. I hail exist only 80 long: '. i .i i ap 5.. .lo-n. C"uulir. Florld I ,

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1.-----------. :-011001. TliInk before(! you shoot .Jl.-T, ilfi! \HBISO .:f\o(\ found! out that mixed\ cars'' greater and great, ,, ---'-
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Bradford County TelegraphEstablished : Think ijpfoia yoc( I shoot." .... 'I (of vegetables of al1' ]kinds will: ', and rumors of stern, 111I
I Around Town I I (Uy U' J. Ilolley) I an
1877 Wo feel that !'t these Instructions .. help tho situation quite a bit and ure and rumors ol 1

-.'-'-'-'-'--'-'-'-"---' are followed closely, bridge Fellow in Florida< who wasfl'a.d this season will I see more mixed will never "stop' !the ,
of banks and bin. his greenbacks :
i I From a move: ftd': "Broadway Is parties will be tread of much of vegetables and not oo much cel stale. It I there ill .,"
Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class in the woods! only to hove .r
_- tinging to the sllrl'ln8applau"e of that morsue-Ukp atmosphere thai them eaten tip >y tho bugs wan ery. weather. In tho wm, hia !
!Matter at the Pest Office at Starke, Florida I CuKcJnatod millions who with has been ao! prevalent of late. mine<: dillor-nt ,from tho nogro who <. Florida at all : .
No in Florida should put
E, S. Matthews\ ____ ___._______ __ ___Owner and Publisher ish nteiifity acclaim the fev-I 1'111'1) put five doHa.i. i!\ In a bank and wan all his grower eggs :n ono basket year I never fl'oll0111'yet, been less .nagnlllceueo of Hits ir.ur/el- Informed by the< negro cashierthat : (1111''t.; ,
willeventually '4'
after Tim method '
3 ; : .t. C. Kobinson ___.,_ _____ .____, __________ Managing\ EditorSUBSCRIPTION I' epochal production!" Can you tons: the elusive Yo Yo "de :'nlruss done et hit up." yenr.ruin lIe'llol1--olle'' everything to offer ih
.. .. -- ... - Now, now, niuhii' use too many or liavu't you tried? If you have l any torn aa well as tlu! ,I"hOnJ "
will take all the life out of I
I not yet< taken up this fascinating! crop lleelters.
adjectives. Wo-3t Florida. ]hills look mighty the hind in time So diversity will _
RATE game, Avneilra'B latest past! no. for --. --
+ after thu WHe..wlnl flurry out 1 bo the rule 'Florida. and dlvpist-
I tho tired: buBi&esi man, tow Is the Sanderson -- cLatter "II
: '' c Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance \ And another movie ad l: She Roes time to nerin. For" the benefit of there aud now that the sun la fled crop will bring this state bacK Day Saints i t
to War, wlth'rmislc, Bound and d'a- '.mlllns :'lintondetfu1! "" '
Advertising Hates on Application. : the unenlightened we will explain ; on ( \lntr) faster thou\ any other method. Cer- completed. "

e' ._ -"""' -- .----". louge.In that a Yo Yo Is one of those little of "hawg and hominy" a rids o-'cr ta'nly' there Is no reason for Florida I Cn>scfnt City >'I i
I the hills and dales brings lo 1lllll< of states in the union depending If
thing'" with a .string, around the all icd I for construction t '"
lt1 i Give the stranger a hearty greeting even if have style, you tn'ght lilly, tho fact that diversity li the rul- single ,
you middle that you have boon dodg upon any crop. at Long''* Station ah>! <,.
Tho reason that more criticism [ins point in Florida history Ion
t nothing to sell. oi tug around town for the past; week. son tltalde.
the generation IS not
i Peanuts and fnt hags, 'ornlnd
When the Yo Yo Is nimbly tossed / ( /
o hoard at present Is because the Cotton enthroned a" And foinKe, and fat cattle
out b)' fl.o owner or "Yo Yoer" ai was!! once: hay : crops -
One guy about town says while' his girl is poor, she has elder are too busy imitating to : ho Is called, oh wonder ot wonders Icing In west and< central Flor'da. and dairy heids are be'ng push-
'' 4 a million-aires. Ct'it leise. I !! What does It do but roll back The boll weevil changed all that id( forward In>central and weft' and BARGA I "
-- and folks who depended upon cot n->rth Florida There are thous-
----n.. I Wo wonder what some of our up There again will be a Yo Yo contest ton are planting other crops and suds l of acres of flue farmhig land 1()-20 Ud'O n"
northern friends\:, would !say! to finding' other of diamonds thin of the St. Johns DKKIUNCi) :): Titi
Some more useless advice is being handed out under Friday evening Oct.( 25, at the acres ) n ( valley rtv-
this? A Foal of
? touring oar \VomnnV Club Demonstration Oranges were Icing In South Florida 'r and In other sections oC south .
"Rules for kissing." nc rocs tur.ied over/ In a ditch l+ For SuhCHEA"
ev'l 1'elr.' Now: Is chance. Buy a until after the freezu and :it and central Florida-vacant lands
k"Yf, k eral miles out of Jticki>onv:lie ;ist, your found that couldbo 1 b'o
---o Yo Yo! lie one of the boys, Don'tbo was vegetables at present that could drained

1p Farmers in this section do not put all their: eggs in.ono Sunday were night groaning Two of In the the occupants ditch- en outsider all of your Jife. grown at a profit. and would pasture thousands of
Age Is no limit. Somo of our .UKH und cattle and crow corn and Will Jh'lIv'rllIfl
'" basket because they have too many eggs. and no ono knew extent of their most daft--excuse It please, we Celery has been king at Sanford other crops for feed.
Injuries In railing\ for an ambulance -, and other parts of the state until ---- P. (). lIKSMti
---0--- meant deft Yo Yoers are well over
!it wan! neglected to stale the PI Y: 3HO! ( Jlu'kHOII'1' ,,' "
he "a
( markets were filled up with It Fnl'm'ng and fruit growing, In-
I4 their teens. And don't forget -
Slowly public opinion is swinging to the proposed sales color of the victims and I the white 10-18-25
first, second 1 and third prices: : and tho prices were not so good dustries of certKIn, kinds and tourists -
f ,l ." tax as a relief from the heavy tax imposed on real estate nn.bulattce raced to the fcune for tho.best Yo Yoers. last season. Now the growers are bound to make Florida -I
When the driver saw that he had( -.
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South Carolina bootleggers employed a hearse to haul little argument! was necessary to TIIIJ IIOMI.: ToWNWe
pan it and knock It;
their shine. A more appropriate vehicle could not be found. prevent him from turning around ''' laugh in its face.
', and going back to the c:ty. lie
-o wan all tot leaving! the sufferIng We snicker I1nd'sayThat Announcing Opening
With thousands of tons of moss around the lake swamps durkles wht-ro they lay. it in a disgraceTo :
live In a town
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'' People aro taking their bridge
tablished in Starke. With buildings and homes
.r$ ti f' too seriously;i It Is no longer a ,
That are hard on the eyes.
.f 1 o game, it Is: a menace. Three deaths t But let an outsider We announce the opening of,: the Starke Bargain Store, being another

I'h"' 1, Drunken driver in Quincy, attempting to escape officers resulted tics arising!this out summer of a pack from of dllTUul-!cards Look at It askanceWo link of a gr-.a't; chain of stores serving the public, and getting its name from
1st crashed the cemetery gates. 'Tis a pity he couldn't have climb on his neck
One young\ college student killed customers who are continually buying bargains at our different stores. With
'' fallen into six-foot hole buried himself. And kick at his pants!
a himself when he received a hand Wo say that we live here our great buying power we are able to give you good merchandise for less
4'r wthout: a face card. A womanIn
mld-westeru And proud of it too. money. We attribute our success to buying merchandise for less and passing .
town shot her-
Goyernor Carlton asks towns touched by main state \ a I wonder, what makes us .
husband when he bid four spades( the saving on to our customers.Go .
highways to clean-up adjoining property and streets in orderto aud failed to fulfill his contract. Do things that! we do? '

Another abused little !I I through our ptore and note the merchandise and prices
present an inviting appearance to winter visitors in the lady placed H'I'iLt ViII ltltll'N: SET: OUT( carefully.
t state. her spouse under the sod bE'cau8e'r Our aim is to please every customer. If our merchandise does not give a
/ he refuted to play the at :
0-- all. The most recent fatality game ocur- county Strawberry Iravo been;glowers; busy of'during Hillsbonj the reasonable amount of service for the price paid, we will adjust the difference -

In explaining the building of a coffin factory in New Port red several days ago when a man past w'ek.or ten days In setting! cheerfully.

i Ri the Press its railed a woman player from the out their berry plants. The work
hey, explains necessity by so many peopleto
table and shot her In cold blood. somewhat continued It is our mottp to get local people to manage our stores wherever located
coming Florida for the pleasure of dying in this wonderful I Wo do not know whether this resulted was! delayed rains, butTfs now going by forward -- as we have here. Mr. and Mrs. Littlefield will welcome you to their

4. state. I from an argument over 'he ( as 118UI).. Acreage increases! Starke Bargain Store. They have resided'in the county for-several years,
game or not. Perhaps: he didn'tthe have been noted In somo sections
o 1'ke way she was holding hel'hand Mrs. Littlefield, before her marriage, being Miss Mabel Johns.
while there is off in oth-
t''y: < a falling
McFadden must be after the 'nerve specialists. Jumpy or more likely! she was drumming -

t I nerves are the result of idleness of body and mind, he says, the table with her 'ingernall ers. We clothe the whole family for less money. Get it at the

and recommends cure few days wash tub insteadof =>. Broolcsville Camp Concrete ; ..
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It this sort: of thing continues, nock Company ]Mine located about
: a trip to Florida or a sea voyage. however aro in of ad -
we lavor < pt- three' miles east of here resumed!
_ lug net of rules. How about
o1 ------ a new operations.
disarmament? When her guests .. II BARGAIN STOREiiii'in
The government has named three plants to make whiskey
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arrive: every hostess should have _:::: =-- ---- ="
_ for "medicinal" purposes. Only difference between these) them retire to a private room --- --"'- .

d r three plants and the remaining two million making whiskeyover where they will undergo a thor- '''''in''"minimum' ''' '::'utimmi'! ", I!ti'.:''tmnin!! 't'--'!IIIIIIII!''.!!','!mm'' '!:!in!!'I'IIIl'::'' ,'-lie i''in till'i' I'' ,ID I I,,fl', ',, II I'I"',!""Ill"l i,II'' '.i.1"" "UI''' in"mi", )i'I'I'i9IitIIlPlll'Illlld1119tli1'' '!.:'! ", 'in,','11''''iiniin' !:"Ill i -lu'!..!out' .."I""III P11 i-"i I.:I ;

the country is they do not camouflage their product. ough search for pistols!:!, squirt FLORIDA -. On __ ___ -_-

--- o guns All und retre-Oiraents thumb: ] tacks.hall be served TIIEATRE .:...:- :::=--==-===:. ::':':--,--==_:. =__ :== .::. rw..nu..aiaw. +ra 4' .

t To the high cost of living might be added the high cost with car lhoard utensils. No.shsrp '!

of spooning. Tampa judge gave one young: fellow one hun silver knives ot forks will ba u ertClmlis Home of "Jtnl'honePROGRAlJIS -
tables aril other dred and costs The must have had cold a
or ninety days. judge able objects<: shall be of the] 1'ght

coffee and burnt toast for breakfast and wanted to save the canvas, camping variety. _Com.. Oct.. 21st, 1929

upooner from a like fate, At the first sign! ot /anger or .- -- _. .. -- -- i /t\Q
I murderc the
intent: 1061eils 1 shrill
o Monday & Tuesday wi
lance and repeat In a >lear, sonorous -
How many crates of strawberries could be hauled on pnc voice, 'Think before you 'Bulldog Drummond"With =

c ti of those sixty-foot automobile carrier trucks ? Hauling berries .

a from Plant City to Hampton for express shipment would : TTij

wake up the Seaboard and Coast Line, and could be done at I GAIETYTHEATRE Ronald Cni"man i

a saving of time and transportation charges ALi TAUilMJ
1q j y )
o ,,9 ;ttt
Notwithstanding what line might the
any competing say, {Wednesday .q.ii

Bradford county strawberry growers are going to get express STARKE, FLA.Mon.Tues. -

refrigerator service from Hampton to any market in the 0- 'Tllislslleavell" !I

north. Some information --- Ii
exceedingly interesting!] regarding WithVilma

this service! will be released for publication in the near future 21-22 1f

'' by the Southeastern. Banks/ f!
f T "SHOW{ GIRL" )'.\ltT T\JlilN(I .1

? U -- ,. 1
r 1 One of the new occupational taxes imposed by the city With -Thursday & Friday ,

t will bo null, following the attorney general's ruling that bus Alice {White and Don- 1i

lines operating under license from the state railroad commission ald Reed The Mysterious Island i 1.t r- '-i--- -' //J

_ ] are exempt from city licenses and occupational taxes. 13th Episode of "Tar- With J '"

Likewise it will probably render the tax on railroads of no zan the 'j

Z' avail. -. ,-- Mighty--_ Lionel DarrymoreSjiicJnonVol .
>,j tB-IO"29
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w'tTi' ini4lc sound J
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As the Tallahassee Democrat\) points out, Florida public Tlmr.Fri.212J"TIlE anti lIitlogiia. __ 1 ,
-- ,, Iji I//.. ,
school feathers are almost the poorest paid workers in the FLEETS IN"With -- : '"', f: .

I state, while their profession is one of the most important. Salurdall"The '

Some plan should ba worked out to allow them to receive a Lady Lies" I I i, Columbus.Dared!! ( -

salary for the full year, as most teachers spend practically Clara BOlD and James WithWalter I ,

I their entire "vacation" preparing themselves for more efficient Hall { Houston I
'jnchronVfil! w'ffi music, eoniul
''t work in the class rooms Comedy Joy Tonic mid Dinlofite I II Why Shouldn't You?

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Mrs. Iva T. Sprinkle, owner of a string: of newspapers in c'; :
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this section of the state, has added the Dunnellon Truth to her Talking Sinking Comedies The Great Discoverer's venture was a hazardous 1 +

chain of publications. Mrs. Sprinkle is an experienced news Moran of the Marines Daily one. Even he did not know beyond a djubt that f

paper woman and in addition is now serving as county superintendent a New World existed.* Yet he dared
With -- ----- -- -- and far- -.
of schools in Marion\ county. Her choice as managing sighted Isabella financed the historic
Richard Dix and Ruth
1O AS BOe :Mnt. & Nlte voyage.
10 & sec
11 editor of the Truth is the famous "Uncle Ben" of Florida .
Elder tin-ilny ;Matinee It) & too
journalism, lately with the Palm Beach Independent and Comedy Dizzy Diver GAINESVILLE, FLA. I YOU Have No Doubts! % ;:

_ who has resigned his position with the Tallahassee Daily "' Lj i IMIIJ.-- '_L'_-'_ You know absolutely that a new world of expansion -

Democrat to take charge of the Truth. I and profit exists for the business man who can

o -- look ahead. With you there is no risk only the

He was only an old darkey but he was terribly in earnest planning. Like Isabella, we will finance your pro

; when he said he didn't want to run over any white folks chil- E. A WINKLER ject.

luns on the highway, even if it meant running his car in the
fs the place for SERVICE
1))_ ditch' The school authorities should investigate the report

'i' _; of school children, waiting for the bus on the highway northof ELECTRIC CONTRACTINGLight

Starke sitting down on both sides of the hard surface with Fixtures Appliances Wiring BANK: OF STARKER.

their feet to the
pointing center, forcing passing cars to pass
Houses Lamps Radios and A. C. C.
j slowly between their outstretched limbs. If it is kept up some

motorist will mangle a few of them and the parents will want LOCATED ON i MADISON STREET J. Davis, Cashier E. S. Matthews Pres. ,
: to lynch him, even though the youngsters themselves. were inviting Starke Florida .

disaster. _
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