Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
E.S. Matthews
Creation Date:
October 21, 1927
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Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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I I J BaUUlihcd 1877 Subscription-For Year. $1.50; Six Months. 75c-.-Payable in Advance .. E. S. Matthews Owner and at..blll ", 1


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;:: I Repeal of Tax COMMITTEESON SEABOARDTOUR. Two Agencies AreConsolidated [ Florida's FirstRailroad Narrow EscapeAt NARCISSUST': : qt \I': "

I 4 On Legacies Is HOSPITALARE WINS SUCCESS I Only R. R. CrossingTwo PAYINd, ROP \

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: Seen By Green NAMED ( '.J -4 ,
J The recent Seaboard Air Linerailway's Freight and Passenger Service olJ. r 8 Miles LongThe Tampa boys had a Barrow O'I."lI1e MM Sells, .;;_'. '

lecture campaign In the 0. and- 0 Ibkllrocad ,Taken escape from death Sunday shortly!; Crop for '1.2BO.AJ b fla '
I Mood Control and Farm Relief At the* called for last < f l
New England states, given In behalf before 8aJd'to
Over by Seckboard. lint railroad to operate In noon when they ,ditched, County lnc | } jjcs" .. ,; I,
I Legislation to Predicted Saturday night At the courthouseto of the South and Florida, haproven their flivver to prevent It staltlni '
I Well
Florida was the St. Joe and Lake Aadaptcrt for ;
remarkable and .
a success ;
consider plan for building a on the Seaboard crossing!: south oSfarke.
I ,Jacksonville! Oct. 18.-Repeal county hospital nearly fifty representative thousands of people are ezpested The freight and passenger agen Wlrnlco. opened In 1836 and coverIng !! The young men were returning Growing' Bolbii", : t r
to visit a. a result. cy of the J. a. and O. railroad was I eight mile In- -_ J' '
of the federal inheritance tax during cltlttns from all section *, according o home after seeing the football
: I the next session of congress of the county were present Excerpts from a recent story appearing consolidated with the SeaboardAir formation ascertained from government game In Jacksonville the day Gainesville Oct. 17.-it was '

j 5 In December was prophesied last and listened to the talks made on in the Manufacturers Record Line railroad agency yester records for the Industrial before and according to the driver reported yesterday tint O. T. Fry* 1 I

.night. by Congressman R. A. Green the subject by those Interested In follows: day. W. .M. Dullard, freight and survey of Florida being conducted his engine. went dead just before who has a narcissus fsrmbqatg" '

>J, of Starke. establishing a holpltal Bradford "In accordance with fbi promise passenger agent for the Seaboard r>v the state department of agrlcul- reaching the track and seeing cemcjtery. recently sold one-half of ." .
: "Florida's leadership, sponsored county. Apparently there Is a made by SE. Davies Wart bId, company, has been named as gen, that the car and Seaboard limited his crop this year fa,.'",;110. ,Mr, ..,

I alaee 1925, is this measure la gaining widespread Interest In the propos president Seaboard Air Line railway eral agent for both companies. A. ture.Data on the first railroad Is to train would reach the crossing at Pryg" came to Gainesville a &t.tOs '

J momentum fall." the congressman ed building, and this fact has last February In his address E. Glover of the J. O. and O. will he Incorporated In that portion of he same time turned his car Into ,ear. ago and bought ,two acrea'of C "' '

L stated. "Since he amendment greatly encouraged the backers of at St. Petersburg Fit., on the occasion be assistant agent. the survey to deal with transpor- the ditch alongside.It land In the Alley deYeloJ// eatB. I I ;;,?,
4 the movement of the setting aside of February The old J Is thought the northeast of Evergreen cemetery.' J :
;; In the state constitution he G. and O. station on tation. car approached :
: movement ha. gained weight con II. V. Knight was chairman of 21 as Warfield day the Sea- West University avenue will be By 18S, the St. Joe and Lake he crossing without the driver He planted the narcissus' seeds In ,
I stantly. the meeting and he outlined the board railway on August 9, Inaug- done away with and all businesswill Wlmlco became known a* the St. being aware of the passenger. train his land and recently sold half of
I for which the citizens had urated a lecture tour with moving be transacted the until he almost his first crop to a party In Clay
"The 80 per cent state credit U purpose at Seaboard Joe and Iota railroad and operated was on the tracks
a feature. Also the fact that only been called ogether. Congressman pictures and started three teamsof tatlon. All J. O. and Q. trains for 18 miles. and that he stalled biB engine. Inan county, Flodlda. It Is understoodthat

a small amount of money for gov- Green gave an Interestingtalk lecturers who visited the Middle will run an the usual schedule, The (government records aijto effort to stop the rar. The car these bulbs will repleanted In

.. ernment expenditures comes from on the vital necessity of sucha West New England States but will arrive and depart from show that the railroad at St. Mark was not damaged. and with the a.- Clay county where a plan la under
this source less than 50000.000 building and the service it wouldbe New York, 'Pennsylvania and New the Seaboard station at the foot which appears to have been called stance( of panning motorists the way to start the growing of narCissus -

I annually. to this section. Rev. a. P. Jersey. IIf South Virginia avenue. the Tallahassee Railroad was opened car was pushed out of (he ditch bulbs there.

"Flood control Is another Important Raymond told of his experiencesIn "This Illustrated lecture tour The Seaboard Afr Line railroad In 1837 and traversed 22 and proceeded on Its way., with It Is understood that a Mr. God-

: measure to come up as one establishing a like project In his showing by moving and still pict company took control of the old T. miles. The shares In the Talla- two very shaking. boys on the look by, of Waldo who Is the largest j
home town and how the buildingof tires wha Florida and the South- J. out for the grower of narcissus bulbs in the I
of the outstanding problems of and company several months basses Railroad were sold In 1833. next railway crossing.
I the session. Congress appears in a small hospital could be done rn country have to offer In the In- ago and changed the name to the The total mileage of roads In United States' recently- sold 120.-

unison on flood relief Inasmuch here without working a hardshipon lucements this entire territory acksonvllle, Gainesville and Gulf. operation In 1840 was only G2, and GULF STATION boo worth of lIuill8 to one party .f'-.

II as the matter Is a national problem anyone. Dr. E. L. Biggs In hold out to those who wish to They have operated the two offices In 1850\ there had >,">en no In- In the north.

When one section suffers showing the need of a hospital : avail themselves of the unusual In Gainesville since that time. The crease. As 'a matter of fact the I The Alachua county soil Is par- 'J"'

&1 ,' great disaster, the whole country told of a number of cases where opportunities afforded, has proven (onsollclatlon Is an economicalmove records .show there was a slight GOING AHEADThe ctilnrly adapted to the growing

..t is indirectly affected Consequently patients bad to be taken to Jack- n remarkable SIICCPHH.MvwWarfleld on the part of the Seaboard decrease due' to the abandonment of narcissus bulbs according to ';

ti ,1 all congressmen realize the necessity sonville or other hospitals for lack "In his address would alt It eliminates the 'unnecessary of the eight miles from Lake Wlm brick storage warehouse, of atements made by several outstanding r: (
I # of flood control. of facilities here to give them advanced the Idea that this expense of two stations. Galnox- lco-to St. Joe and the destruc- time now bIt Kerning Company framers of the county. ,

Ii "Farm relief will also be voted proper treatment j i prove the most successful way to villa will he benefltped by this tlnn of the Port Loon part of the bulk station being erected on the The bulbs will grow best In coun- '

.t. upon. So far the leaders In the ag Five men were appointed as a bring> :: before the popieof and the mid- move also since It will do away I Tallahassee Railroad block on the corner of Jefferson ry here the land Is rather low. ,

p 4 rlcultural sections have not altogether committee to meet Thursday nightof ,lie West Northeastern Middle with the blocking of traffic on West I A recent report of the Florida nnd South streets him tho larger or at least not very hilly. They "I'\

l,! ; united on a definite this week to further consider Atlantic States, as well as other University and Masonic: avenues. railroad, commission gave the total imrt of the walls up and the win are ninth like the white potato In ,

II! ,r plan plans. This committee made up territories the tremendous advan- mileage operated by five large:: dows set In. J'ra'tl<'ally all foun growth and will thrive in any land. ,1'1'It .

I "I expect to see, however. the by citizens from each section of tages of the South and-Florida ag-of 15 Counties Given raIlroads of Florida as 4.1\24.81.\ dation work hUH boon completed, In which the potato grows well. \

= passage of the McNary-Haugan bill the county Is as follows: L. li.Hill. grlculturally and for purposes The figures-did not include the tho Hlrpl fence Is being placed IH a.comparatively easy mat. '.!;f.

: I. In modified form to meet at least Lawtey, chairman R. R. I're- residence and Industrial develop- Game Reservations mileage of numerous smaller around tract and the tank foiindiitlortrt ter to grow these bulb, as they ;; '; ..,#
vatt and D. C. Jones Starke, D. W. ment. require little attention. The
i a few views of the Coolidge stal- roads and ell III diaries. are In readiness for the t '
warts. Moore Theressa .1, L. Shrlver le\elopment Is tihown Htuel work. The tanks will be growth of these bulbs could be .. .

I "While It Is impossible to get Hrooker. flevelopment"The pictures and show prosperity the progress that tub* Commission KxtabllHtieti NewIlreeillng Large DormitoryAt placed In position following the made Into an Important and pro.. I ;t '\
if Y. around the old law of supply and Oeorgla Alabama JroumlN. completion of a siding to be built fltable Industry for Alachua coun 1" 1
I 'demand the next congress In all \VOODMEN EAT has come to Florida.and South Carolinaand by the Seaboard work on which ty. A period of two years Is required 'rfl'' :
North Raiford Burns ,,
- probability will enact acceptablefarm Is Breeding grounds for game InC has nut yet been started.. The entire from the time the seeda
which territory
. legislation." FEST TONIGHTTonight Virginia:: the Seaboard Air Line I counties were decided upon atthe r- block will be surrounded by a are first planted until they are '

I '1 : Congressman Green was In Jacksonville reversed by first meeting of the state wildlife steel wire fence with a large double mature enough to be used for .. ''l \ J
railway system. The l joturers accompanying lltch KMImnten: I)nmng<* nl .. ..flnflHaltol'd. commercial
"I yesterday on state matters. threeTeamn (,communion held at the call of entrance on Jefferson' street purposes. They bloomIn
, while here he attended the FloridaKentucky Is the big night set for the weremeji J. I). Hayoll. state game commlsitloner -.- -_. the firm year and are then replanted ; I'tlf-
I football the Starke Camp Woodmen of the versed In facts and figures j Oct 13.-Firo.early today and in their second bloom 1rI!
game. of his territory Browning Convicted >
World. They will entertain mem- as to the development -
rue ready for sale.
of the dormitories ?
S "What imprlased me the most bers of the order and their friendsat Invitations were I Issued to The iinintles are Washington, one ,
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I he said, "was the moral manhood Santa llosa. Okaloosn. Walton, at the state prison farm'
of civic
.. a combination fish fry and bar- public nlflcluls members I 'I In Clay
: 4 inspired by such conflicts, as Is _....... .,.I.Itr.I RorletiH_ and Al ('tuia. Marlon. Lake. Pasco.Hlllsborough. here. IFLAl\fES SWEEP J
I becne: at the city park nnd a general ........ .m.. .. ...._. _. ,'HnH I ;
L brought out In athletics. l \ Duvnl. nay:Cnlhnun
Invitation IH exendeu to all I Ornngo': Ausoctatloim, BBO! to prominent Time building:, of wooden conBtriKtlon. -
it "I am glad to see that the use Hade.) Flakier and St. Johns. Circuit Court, THRU LAWTEY'SMAIN
walk of life, toI
friends of the order. "linn. l'a'tJ. men 111 all was I ho first tit ruct lire, ,
in the mind also plays a big The commission fixed! the location -
iJ part ( W.) Morgan, chief high.mogul I attend these lectures.I erected nt the farm when. the prison
in athletics well other and established the boundaries
an as fields
. of the Starke Camp. has requestedthe ]I I "The Seaboard, Air Line railway was transferred here from I ,T"r\ l-li'(\crcllcl. of ,\ggrti'etemi STREET J
.' In the triumph of brain over for the breeding ground ini'iieh
brawn-as evidenced Telegraph to notify all Woodmen .. has been a pioneer In Florida und counties. Oiulu In 19t3! .\55.lllllt III CToillte*tlllll \\ lltlitlick I
by the recent of the --
; that they are expected to heat I other parts of the Southern coun- I It had been occupied by 150 I>I) ,
Pempsey-Tunney flight. The state wild life commission / on Trin l rlicr. -
e the hall at 7 o'clock In readiness I. try In opening up territory and treated by a legislative net triiHluxH None wax Injured by the,I l-'lre Early: I-nut Tlmrwliiy. ; Sight,
_._ for the march the adequate transportation was Ijhi/.e hkh ,
----- -- to park at< providing uua believed to have ItcntriiThree Wooilrnltullillng4. '
has also become the or 1917 i when I ho at90ta..wlJ., game John Drowning (if l.liwtcy. was I
7:30.: facilities, so originated through a short circuit ,.ip4mflc .m
pioneer of the first lecture and ,n<1 fresh water fish bill wan adopt, In the electrical equipment. convicted, aggravated' assault by ,:
Creative .
: UH.TO HIDK AM Icture campaign throughout the ed The primary object of the Superintendent J. H. niltch esll a jury In circuit court for Clay -- I
Fire starting In the two '
STOP FOR suns: country presenting Incontrovertible commission Is to establish refugesand mated the damage at $5,000 county thin week, on a charge/: of story ,
j building owned by J. L llarrell
: facts and figures with regardto breeding grounds In the conservation stabbing a negro 'truck driver xev- '
., Agriculture Following several narrow es the inumerable products of the and preservation of thestate's oral! months ago on road 13, of Lawtey, last Thursday night at ,, .
from collisions' with other Red Cross To 8 o'clock( destroyed this building'J'
capes South and Florida. game. Drowning::, who was represented by ) '- '
I - -- vehicles slow in giving right-of- "The lectures answered questions The commission tried to locate Col. I). K. Knight of Starke has and the two frame buildings adjoining .f.

i Florida la handicapped by a heritage way Road Officer Bond asks the and distributed literature to feeding grounds where natural Meet Lake CityThe not been sentenced, and It was not occupied by Louis II. Hill, .;I}
as an Insurance office and two
'of the past. Railroad rates to Telegraph to impress upon automobilists those Interested In what they saw conditions) were favorable for stated whether an appeal will be "f
the necessity of their and where the story building occupied by W. E. ". <
r4 Northern points are not uniform.In and heard. In some cities large purposes taken. The sentence carries withIt "' ',
some canes they are considered drawing to one side of the road or halls were used and at other placesthe overflow from the grounds would.In tenth anniversary regional a year's Imprisonment or a fine Torode, dry goods and (roferles.., S:..
street to allow police or fire equip- time build up the wild life conference of the American Nat Lack of fire fighting/ far.II! lea.'o,
t out of line compared to rates given lecture was given and the mov- of f 500.) u :
c competitors of Florida growers. ment to pass. Sirens are only allowed ing pictures shown In tents with of large outlying sections In the lonal Red Cross will be held l I In Following a collision with his. hampered Lawtey residents,Jn. iii". ,

;t This state haa an unlimited future on police fire and hospitalcars adequate seating capacity. : state. Lake City at the manche .1I0tel car by a truck driven by a negroIn fighting the blaze and the flames :"I

1s In creative agriculture that and they have the right-of- Thousands Attend."A Request have come from Bre- Monday October 31st. An Interesting the employ of a Jacksonville raged unchecked until they reached '\' .

Is the development of new crops way over all traffic. The safest total of seventeen places vard, Charlotte, Collier Glades. program has been arranged firm. it Is said Urownlng got out an open space to the north' of "\ J

for consumption In the great cen- plan to follow when you hear the were visited with a total attend Highlands. Hendry Polk Sara- for the day by Miss C. Maud Rlrley -' of his car and attacked the driver Dr. llrown's office building.: Some : {. .
i is to draw to side Osceola chairman of the Columbia of the fixtures and goods In the"t t
warning and coun- ,
tars of America population. It Is of about sixty thousand. For sola Manatee with a knife Inflicting, a de..pgash '
and ance of breed- County chapter. Bradford coun- store biilldlnKH:: were saved by volunteer -
one way to solve the question of stop.IIIGIIWAY several weeks before the appear- ties for the establishment In the throat The firm employing !
& competition with foreign counties, of the lecture tour a passenger Ing grounds, and Commissioner ty Is Included In thin regional conference the negro hud a warrant workers but the loss willlie .
I heavy on account of the slO..1II
meetIng and It IH the desire oflo-
In case a tariff Is not granted on representative visited the own Royall left here sworn out for nruwnlng'M arrest
; TO TRFKIC to cal Red Cross officers that us I insurance carried .
commission Inspect many
of the
tomatoes. In which the show was to appear and, lie wax released under hond
These the the proposed locations. as, possible attend the Lake City For trial at this term of circuit A call to Starke for help wan
points are the highlightsof adverted It In newspa-
and \
Oct. 8. The five-mile .
an usually fair article Inverness ___ .-_. _,,____, ,,.., IX,, ..... t.aIlAn..., ... --------- --- --- mpetlnifrnti court Tho attack took plate on I niiHwered by time (IVn department
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stretch of highway north of Archer porn ijy | stca 'AS iff and practically) every citizen! who
?u Florida agriculture!! by E. on state road No.5. which of Invitations and by word ol RAIL ROLLING ': iM-isTitovs: JlI'II.III\U: highway north of HighlandTEACHERS I((,..1,1 get there The lire engine
,1- II. Taylor In I the current Issue of ''o'l 1'? has been under construction, mouth. I -- ----- tirllli Ir/tnrl ("",.. Itdtid,I ftuiirlnir
the Country (3cntleman.Concerning addition to the literature distributed STOCK LEVY iM..<;HO SI'C'Tlo'lOI : i INSESSION ; ; ; :I
ID completed and open, according In tho way I made a qulc' 'k run ,to Law- ,
the KvergladcB to advice received by the Citrus by the Seaboard Air Line toy hut lack of water ,prevented. I I'mof '
which he treats In an unbiased (County Chamber of railway on these tours a large!>; :::1 IS UNCHANGEDI I The tiro alarm wax sounded SAT"WII'I I. any of i Iho equipment. with ,IJ
4 $ manner. Mr. Taylor wrote: was distributed for the TtieHiIuy morning shortly aft..rthrpe
This makes a ,' cummer..e'l amount I I exception of the chemical tank; : C
"The outiomo iif the Kverglade: ,different state agricultural:: depart- I -- o'clock, when flamex wer '" ,
ment of No. 5 from 'which! was used. to good effect In
Venture IH amount of publl. fkt. 14 Circuit Jiidg*I Hoovered by residents of the negro Tho II ret mpt ing of I the 'ri.ui'im"
not >f't In sight It mentx A vast [ t
Fort I ; roof bla/.i, rexl-
to Myers. I stopping a on a
. la likely t'. .1 l die domestic- --------- }. affairs of the state for pome time; fHItTISiTAI.J.i: NEW" : lure tours by the newspaper I ho had denied, the petition for a ot'r. I'. Unhurt! The building, wax last Saturday''' and Superintendent I

I and It m".y. eventually unloose a I M.ZU.UnliT 1'Ql'II'\nST: : : throughout! the South both In heir writ of alternative manel.imiiH ordering I a total loss owing to the xlownexH I Wiggins reported an excellent nttnnclanco I :?M'W: ST\TK": IMMIKI.KT: I -

'I{ volume of 1 piculiictlon that will news and editorial column.*. and :: the state railroad annexs- In turning In of alarm. and the from over t the, county I t-::"""I.\I.'S'.\:' II1m''" I J

I ;seriously affect other early producing The fiaiety Theartre has Initial this was no doubt r"ad'1' y a large merit board to adopt a different firemen were handicapped 1 by Lick. ,\\DII"HlIIse( taking part In thetopics or Kitt'ir .\:>. TIM'CK I

f J 4ii / areas. Meanwhile this, led Mazda lighting equipment on lumber of Hiibxc.rlbeM to these pa- method of distribution' of taxationon lit' nearby fire hyrarU. outllncicl I I for I the day were I _3__._- ii 1j4 I

) long-unknown' domain In being op.p the two projectors used In the op- norM living In statesair: *ln other railroad rolling stock .-*- :Messrs C C Matin'ny. C T Law- A honklcit cojunlnlng tho officialirradeH I I

I p coed to the sight-seer, the Tami.r' orating room, and the light' on the tectloni of the country." Some of The petition filed by a number :M\KV E.: iiii.MMris: I born L H Futch, Mrs (I. C: for the stand:irdlzatlon' of I

ami Trail, a cross-state highway screen has been materially Increased. die .secretaries of chambers' of of counties Jointly. sought compel White, !Mrs. II. .Perkins Mime' My- Florida fruits and vegetables for '

,' from the west coast to the east With thin new lighting system commerce and secretaries'( ( of civic the board, to make assessments :Mary Jo;. nillliiKX. aged 7D, diedat I rwln .,..,'kMon. Them meetings, I 1927 has been Ixxued by I. M. ,

being due to be opened this wln-, a steady, mellow light can be clubs In Florida wrote to secre- against: the roiling Block In counties the home of her daughter Mrs held monthly are of great benefit Rhodes, stat,. marketing commissioner I '

.I S ter. And the railroads are going maintained on the sreen. the taries of chambers of commerce In which subsidiary railroad .1. )II.[ Lord on Madison street at to, t the teachers In their exchange ". *..r _

it2ift' 192 miles of track now running flickering fading effect so appar- and civic clubs In the Nl \.lon In operate. Instead of confining the three o'dock Wednesday afternoon I of Ideas and methods. usedIn I The legislature c: of I 1927 pasxuil, "

Into the Everglades, with ent with the use of carbons on Which the illustrated lecture tours levies to only those counties touched following an Illness of ten the different HchoolH. (a law rccjiifMn'iJ: : 1 Much. iitancUrcllzu-, ,j

I more planned." alternating current conspicuously exhibited asking them.' Jo j..h ave by the parent line. as Is being luyn. She had been! In falling |I WIlES: -TIlE: -lll' JTF.lis: I tlon, and adopting the' federal
Florida absent. visit the show.Carrlcrni : done bythe, board. I I grades" The state markftlsg' "1'
Concerning the railway their members health since May but It was onlya ('.N I.KT: (a'>'H JO I/
0 'I rate structure, winch Is usually WRECKER WRECK S : -WRECKS: l.rnlx" Method Mrs. C. F. Saylns-of--Miami. Is few, days ago that her condition' reau III to co-operate wltb'U cjnllecl -

enigmatic to the layman, "Lectures and pictures were visiting. her parents. Col and 1 Mrs ocame serious. Following a short Sportsmen have more I than a Status bureau of agricultural

r. Taylor makes the following Monday afternoon a heavy car shown at 1 o'clock.( 3 o'clock! andS C. I.. Peek, for a few days after prayer service! at the home Thursday month to wait for the opening of economics In seeing I that .1I\pmen\

Vurid. explanation: In tow of a wrecker from a Gainesville o'clock but at the /Lr. joint having spent the summer In Chit- qfternoon, concluded by Rev the squirrel and quail Huaxon lof Florida fruit and "OK't.t9l'o

"Florida has enjoyed more rail.itroad garage broke loose from the visited it was seen that It wouldhe enango. N. Y. f5. P. Raymond pastor of the First With early cool weather and, the I come up to thy standard- rciitulred'.. "
building since the war than chain and swung Into a Ford sedan necessary. to run the show continuously Haptlst church the body wan ncompantetf ;nnnal urge to make for the woods by the government f: ;\\f

r any other state. To the railroads parked on the street In frontof the tents were n.e.vcsr emptied canted, stating that they had never (' by Mr. and Mrs. with your trusty gun doubly in."ictont The booklet Issued by\h; state

% the state owes its rescue from its Peek Realty Co., office, dam and representatives!! .qf"the realized the South had progressed was taken to the old home I Nov. 20 seems a long time bureau devotes more than 10 pagesto

,\ vast Isolation. But the past stills aging the running board and bendIng development department were to such a wonderful extent, oceaxed Linden, Michigan Lord'i off.' There are Indications'of a a detailed description sal defInition

.',. ; lays a heavy hand on Florida's In one of the doors. The mat- pressed Ito service t'o relieve,, the both agriculturally and Inllulltrlal.Iy. burial. lood season according:: to old tintrx I of wljat, win '
transportation accommodations. ted was settled by the Ford owner Seaboard lecturers. Many! people Mrs.: All II n II::It had made her j I who ken a weather eye con- I of pitch crop commodityIn nia-t Jfi!!

fl .a "Only a little over a generation taking his car to Gainesville the visiting. the lectures had ,investments "Hepresentalves of the railroads home With :Mr and Mr. J. H. Lord tantly peeled for signs I Florida i i4 I I0
b bcck few points In Florida could Florida and the South In which following -, -- -
next day for repairs. In serving the territory for the past fourteen years, The sen-ion; for .shooting squirrelwill Ralph Johnson who has/ beenIn
muster a carload of produce. The and brought with them their theRe Illustrated lecture tours exhibited the ileiilh of her husband be In effect from Nov. 20 to Starko with the State Road Department

railroads, small In mileage then, BIRTHSMr. friends to whom they hd' been' -visited' the shows and She moved to Starke with the fam-, miry :'It 1 and dining this purlncl, I for some time, hall gone
bad a hard time finding business. telling the possibilities of the were loud In their praise a* to the iv Home eighteen months ago. wild turkey turtle dove geoue. i'
to Yulee, where he IH now employed
They made a practice of sending!!: and Mrs. S. S. Silcox. Klngsey Southern country. Many people method of advert'slng and stated '" '1 Ircn ""rvlvlnIhe mother are cluck Orcerit wood duck or rum- .

out pick-up cars to take on such Lake Oct. 17th a daughter. expressed. aitonlshment when they many times that his would bo of Ceo. F. I1I'nllew:: Orloanit. I.a : mor duck) hrnnt. (coots gull'n' !

freight as was available. later assembling Mr. and Mrs. Shelley Rosier 'Haw the pictures of the fmiurtrlal enormous hela to them In crentln' .11',-)' 1'; ::1:1) ': 'I Virginia :M'ch' ; ... i may also hn Stuart Southeastern Ice A

!!: It In car lots at Jacksonville Luwtey Oct. 18th a daughter.Mr. anti agricultural/: development of 'a heavy tourist business to Florida ..'r. Chan II Smallwood. Trav- :.Hint, it. r .i to thc iMoason Cnlri Storage (!o., will build pac-k-
and High Springs, and Mrs. W. B. Parrish end the South and heard In other of J. It. U .1.! .
!!: Florida / end reports part 'r't City: Mvh.: Mrs. r' exlt-t I 'tog honxo on tracks of F, E. C.,
f Continued on page!!: KatewaY.1) I Hampton Oct. 19th a daughter. the authentic facts and figures pre-I the South this. coming winter." "lar '" from Kov >,1) ';i "eb 15. II I I rn'lwmy 1 : .

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KnkeUaCJi lit lit .u'.' I'7 for Btarke. However, the losers Evelyn Stump The Huffed To beautify our city we should I were sobbing and ;moaning! I,' lowing criticism on the edge of the

lid Coiiilam > I fought; courageously and l actually I I Grouse. keep the streets clonn and have i time : ophomores! faces were bo "M' report card:

IIlurda .' Bradford High School out did the enemy, as far as spirit !Mikel Itrnton--The Thrush trash cans set In different places about two feet long-The Junior ': "A good! worker but talks too

[1 went. And when vo consider what Beverly Cady-The Robin all\ over then city. still wore their "Iron Clad" smile 'I much,"
It lj.ii i. I .
fsiuto" of' I 1 little III'a..lic'u and preparation they These talks were very entertaining The ditches should be kept andthe seniors and the faculty i When the card was returned to

1 Journal had for thla gumu, we feel that for the speakers had given (clean unit have flowers growing were playing drop-the-handrechlef ,I her. It bore In uddltlon to the fath

Iim.routedac11o0'to' b<4 I they did exceptionally well. The much study to their respective between them and the sidewalks -.rldlt'lIloulI--bul! the reason Is er's signature this comment:

HV mslarUx comm I pax game Hurvcd o expose great; possibilities subjects. 'uhould have a big beautiful -we only have 3 days of school I "You shouid, hear his mother"

oC tldappolet In Slornherg; and Andrews The secretary was Instructed to .'btel, and more two story i buildrlfes this week-now-who's glad?

: I KdlUtr-In-Clilef. -- --. WILLIAM DUNCAN I forward, Shepard' und Kendrick order bind outlines to color had Attjwctlvo houses should be
I act Uciot I "Merrill who were the Four
\ I ho II'liollnlu ( 4Hsocials ICdltor __ -- .10SKPII! : MAI.PAS I "cenlem and l Ktrutli. Allgood and we hope to begin this work soon built on vacan lots. " "c; I Manning "guards. When these The school should be
) Editor: icLMKit!\ : MCMILLAN: campus -- "They were Paul Revere Theo
Sports 'I
1 young ladles hit their stride, something "NcH'lal lie-in leveled off and grass. planted. A Laugh, when you; ;; ;neat-
; thai I :-; MoDONELLroa :-.; I' dore Roosevelt Jesse James and
of Joko'Mtdlor JUNIOR' will We look fur when
.. < happen Martha Grime Is a new pupilIn l're'Ilnville that stays green; all Laugh you're beaten ; Barney Google."

In UIG'soothe q our girls to make up for Jill I a do- our class. We are glad; to have the year should be planted next Laugh, before you eat and Mrs 'hlte--"Why are you always -
({, Teat attain and again' during the': the school it would After enter
her. We now have thirty-one In to building>:, so you've lute to class\ ?"
roa of 'I
tnt In II Monday morning' the CRmpusWIU. I STIKKK SI-ITS WITH >'eur. I our room. run up on It. I Murruh" -"Because of a sign I

thencito Twuty shocked' with the news that W.IIIOS HK\SO:. OPK.NS; I Both of these games were agreed Robert Frink who has been 'here 1 should be flowers planted | Laugh-when Its rainy and have to puss on the way."

ou diaries Klrkllter hail broken hli not count In the reword books of quite 11Is\ In school) again lie Is on each Bide of the hard roads In | Laugh/ when It's not- Mrs. White-"And what has the ,,4

hway,1"uem iuUfr jollnr-lmn In a toot I bull ",'rlmJII" Tho lociil basketball the IIIIHI month (ono rat only got suffering from an examination today our city and the roads running out ; Lntigli when Its cold and sign; to da with It?"
HCMIHIIII 01'f'n..d '
I either side, but they officially opened I of our city. Laugh when Its hot
an e during phvnlral .ijucallor with a bang last Friday, whennenrlv I I Murrah-"Why It says, School
ulti coultluce period ,punio The pnptilac Junlni thirty young students provided 'I the season as far us the student Victor Thomas has been absentfor The yards should he rmula more I ahead GO slow."

en aaiald was liiiRtlPd off to Dr Bit;". who two of the most Interesting body. I III concerned. two days on account of Illness. beautiful by planting; flowers | (Oel! up laughing with : -

N'd"t'utl Hindu the"nI1hal tinbnno -- __-- I I Victor Is one of: our star pupils trees and grass I !Morning and laugh the I I'Yc-Hliiiirn. IiiK'lllucncc'/ Tc'Nt
hllc. 1 basketball games>: ever played on
a. i won. completely broken the B. 11 S. court The II. II S. liruilforc Bays l Sliciw Superior l and we nil miss him. i We should have a beautiful park Whole day thru'- An oxygen Is an eight-sided figure -
beoonR Kveryono Rympalhlfp with him Tciiin Wen, While. <;ir!". ArcOiilclaNNrcl. where we could have picnics Laugh when you want to I v
fluent r buys and girls': teams clashed with Hctenlli _._ .___
Grade) _
o vnoitj! In (his mlnri>rtune and MI- treat Waldo und the afternoon I e Cry and laugh when you are blue. :Nero-'; means absolutely nothing.
those of High>: -
|away it he Kill recover quickly. ( By Klmer: McMillan. ) We have decided to call our <;OSSIPHello Homer is a type of pigeon j I

II:the B. Tornado
affair the Purple nosingout --
i thi "AI Till Tliumd.iy. nud Friday I: a fast SII'I'I'lneum' In the opening committee have given I out parts Its at nothing t'ulI- laud which beveral" battles of the :
I'U- halr-rals- I '
I the Railroaders In a there: '
nwnpuI.pDN I tilt that outclassed, the Waldo, for a short play about Columbusfor But-I just "double-dog" wire Civil War were fought ,
I pIN' art enjoying a double Bold,t.ty.ays Ing .encounter, 11-10 while the vls- What do folks think of this you
| all vt'lilih adilPd, to. mho customary Sat- .ItliiK Klrlx trounced the local femInlty team In every 'division of the Kama our next meeting. cold 1 weather To laugh In study hall! A quorum is a place to keep {
f iirday'Nnil vucailon and should have made It a walkover Miss Loulso gave tents this week -Aw' (Pwan'en' laugh. fish i iA
Sunday givesaxunui
; ( I 1S-7. I B-r-r-r! We are about to freeze
1 them iult| a lay-off from their The I h. v' .- "... was by far limn but for had head work ,and ) /and some of us decided they were out here. -0- vegetarian Is a horse doctor. >
and p the game>: becoming u roughhouse), more like examinations although -n. n. s. nc.NK:\ Radium Is a new kind of silk.
do paian rliixxeM Tliw local |"'II"'It'r8 almond! feature. of the day every moment ODD senior declares his brainis
Ill !the last quarter, making good we did have a Lindbergh spellingtest. ; Clay mud treatment
y I Henry U> a
: the anneal C"lIlrnllor"I'l' Tell<'h- i I jar tm| play being hotly and closely I ; frozen.
!Mrs White-Paul put the right
basket ball Impossible I> I II Mussolini Is a patent medicine.
I. raw ors' ASKo<'lll!lOll 'nnvl'lItinn/ IIIllIllIe..vlllo contested, and, having
; a rlp- (How the rats!
!How of know envy verb in this sentence. drank
what "They
dotal This was caused as much by many you Flora and Fanna are a couple of
( at thin week-end mittuidu4 I p
snorting finish that thrilled> the I I Well-we've started out on anew I "
minerals are mined (In the desert the toast In silence
the refereeing us by ho teams only chorus .
I thin urconntH for tlm trmpornryayroe3 Into condition of
.falr-sUe crowd a regions of Chile? We do because month. Puul-"Th..y ate the toast 1111
two fouls were culled. throughout: ;:
of the m-honl doors
Nosing| eiil hllKlllllmr'al'r than usual. I The declare have .tSNOl'\'l:4
factulty they "
I ho entire contest which Is nlnioHt'' we've Just studied about them. silence. -: : :
Eunitlil ;r---------- I That windup the lust quarter and loch lenient with the demerits
We also learned where quinine and SCHOLARSHIPS
uf Hat Impossible for pro teams much THRII: :
fall Wheu I.liiilliiTKh Day wan' held an I'Xli.i period exposed a hero, cocaine came from. the punt month- '( on rate only got Mr. Ilnrrell-- "You give my son
less lens high school teams In their
m.nt In JarkNonvlllo thlrt Hrhool wo"w,11 'u" most games do. Hut (thin hero" I !98)) ) ,.
llrst Kume of I the HCHHOII.We JokcxJulian Bill a thrashing yesterday, didn't Tallahassee Oct. 12. --The Florida -
Curd reprexnted ill mho I ('elehratlon. wits no IlIke-.It-for-/rlllltl.d star, (Hut they are going to pop'em ,
1 0111"
i3 I I do not Bay I the referee was Miss Louise I know ) Slate Board of Education today -
[I'rof. howling probably reullxed for ho the breaking the
naora.aiind? won gamq/ to us--this mantic r.
what the "Majflower compactwas. announced. the following
side. He
4. / Ilia I benefit to boy Klrl five minutes I 1)luyllror justwasn't Pror.'eJi.erperhIlPIt"1
n or tie that required a 'Sense, us folks-'till we can revive III ; scholarships
fair to either side bemuseIf
In Hceltiff, Amerli-a'H" hero" Rave; them to uhtunglcS. McMillan ,
play-off Captain the rats of folks
cli --any you
ty he had called the fouls we made Teacher! -What? Mary Carolyn Logan Ocala, and
i sail r. hi Ittat+ pertnlHslon to fto to JarkHonvlllit, Rhlnlng forward of tho I I as well as those Waldo made both Julian-Compacts used by time out looking; for a new species orbllu..rrly do that myself." Kll/nheth\ It. Guy.; Qunlcy to the
with I tin iinderHtandlnK+ ; that Itwouldn't Tornado the boy Picture this
was might the schoolhouse
s ladles the Mayflower. stop oy for Women here.
Bides would have to play the game on I State College
sat (',,,ml otf" on I their 1I,11I1iVrllHIIllIK: through; with al, .
n 0i1 hy 1"1",11IInHl KludleH.! AB HOOII alt thin unnounceiiiiiiit whirlwind rally, the Waldo boys I "
have the of watching
lhs xboard plays and end runs.Still men left In our room. The little pleasure your head.\ University of Florida Gainesville.Heartrending. .
wax inado quite u few Htudontp 'caught with and, tied the homo
up about of these dainty
fifty Rat "I won't do It, they began
team Is with boy came back and took his m..dh'lno -- ---r --
utretb forsook I their clunHcH for a I team's early l laud. at 10-10 and our green like a man. creatures-flit around In the ou me first.." J
itilahiUlllllt day, and, journeyed to the nearhymetcoplllH when the final) whistle was blown four first team men gone we bud breeze every morning. "I simply can't stand the toot :f.

to nee 'Llndy." A nuni- I (that score. Ktood. A short eonfer- to build\ a complete' team using How In Beautify Our Cily With all clue npollgies to !Miss Kconomics: teacher ":--lIme'; of an automobile hern."

Itury of I lh., boys were no eager to go; | once resulted In an extra five mlniiilvs. practically! Inexperienced men. 'lorenc-e--we'd like to say-thlaU some production, III which the sup- "How's that?"
rr1 that tliuy filed out to tho highway given to (he teams to Hettle Hut we have plenty of material fellow eloped with wife
ofrtar i Little Miss, Lois Long of the Just her "lll'llt'sn"s.\ ply exceeds the demand. "A my
and pounced, on Home of the IIIlilYo"tomohlt's'lwlld"d / the game. Then came the excite and a spirit that never has been, sixth grade contributed the following The writer on ('olllililu the Lois-"Trouble." in an automobile, und every time \
l In the of Ilrail-
n r north. AmonKthoHu ment. Ten desperate boys fought surpassed history ; theme, during that grade school house Monday morningwas I hear an auto toot I think he's

tsts who took the opportunity to up the court, down the court, reelIng i ford. With this combination and classes last week. greatly shocked(!! The rats I JohnnY'II.te wrote the fol- bringing her ha<'l(."
of VIKlll| tlm fete were: Charles Kit k- off one thrilling play after with the backing we received from I

o'i liter Junior McDonald. Joxeph another until the crowd was simply the people! of l Stnrke.

MnlpiiH. Jolinule Hage4i i. Sam Alvarez. wild. Then McMillan was foul I .

o.1h ft Ja men, LuwlB Curlylo Ultch. 10'1. unintentionally but legally! Dramatic Club
The Club held its -
dby Elmer IMcMllliin. Tommle William Unit I gave a chance to win the Drnnmtle
meeting Wednesday,) Oct.1th. .
*, Allen Long' Rlc'hnrd LOIIK : game. The Tornado leader grabbed I
A committee of six withEIlaahpth Here is Evidence You
rlrl Dirk fl ritltllls. Kcd (iruvus./ (luy ") the ball, faced the goal, und
I Andrews chairman,
BtU Andrews llallle Junes Lawrence ''though, the Importance of 'fhU. free m for

t til, DlnkltiH and. Hill llnrrvll. Nit., ,[shot was fully In his mind, shot I II was uppolned to have charge of Cannot Afford to Ignore
restaYY f onlcntulnments tor the year. Tho
hesitation. The ball aioJe ,
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I committee Is composed of Lena
u- o' The weekly chapel Bervlce.toa- ''in a graceful curve Hovered In the
rutroll Hello Shepard, Pearl Grime, Leila
< turliiK the appearance' of Rev., IO.M. air, I lit'n descended through the I'
'bollIIII'ew8., Glenn Wood, JuneDullrn
ropant Kookft. pastor' of the Flrut not without HO much im scraping; I II Plant City Hillshorough, : Co.
o and l Allen Long. YEARS
fund MelhodlHt church of thin city was I tli.% rim. This perfect shot proyed 30 March 18, 1927
I Plan were made for the program;
Iapn held last Wednesday. Ou. 12th. to be the winning score, for 'try
which we have charge at 10:15a. :
fcu The exercise opened, with the as they might the visitors could The American Agricultural 1
I m. Friday, Oct. 28th. We are expecting :- .'
a p hymn "{"IIII" Thou' Almighty | not ring>: the necessary goal during; Chemical Company
% I a tine entertainment and ,
wl King" sung by the students under the short time they had left.
shall be glad to have all friends. Jacksonville, Fla.
thru lime direction. of !Mrs. A. 1 K:, It 'Was a great game and without I
v< and patrons of the school\ present.Literary Mr. A. A. Ellis Plant
[or Wall the Hcbool sloe club (Instructor a doubt one of the best ever of Qenilcmcn:

'iirc.1I Immediately afterward, the played here although Waldo .
1 first "AA
mel l I' Club bought Bradley's QUALITY"City
Vty I, Htttdent-hody( was led In prayer by started off slowly allowing; the of the Literary I has used tl\is" fertilizerfor *
sr1 ll 1 The lust meeting Fertilizers in 1897 and have used them on my
Rev Rooks who closed, the service peppy second team to hold them
alitm Club was held, on Wednesday' Ul.t.U
form that time. My 16
Hughes u goal continuously since acres
with an Interetttlni talk scoreless as rung
1927. The following were appointed -
r dad" In this talk, Ilev Rooks compared i, during' the first quarter, the action on Hie program committee Straivberriesand Strawberries on which Iuh'JBradley'spro.I :

711 tho education,! and roaring I got flutter und faster after that for our next mlellnBeatrice: doted a good crop even though\ the wenther

I" of children., to the pruning of trees i until the climax of excitement. was John, Anne Mao Peurce and Wilson General Trltck"' corulmonswcrc someu unfavorable. I have

ui, and pluiitrt In other words us time reached, when McMillan s.tllI'llho
Hayes. (or the past five years been using Br.iJley'sFertilizers ,
+nd'1 pef 'wielding of the prune-hook us the : iMsue. Neither team got; a do- At the assembly Friday, Oct.

*) tree does away with undesirable elded. advantage at any part 'of the II, 1927. Beatrice. Johns read a i.- exclusively on my 76 acres devoted

.ICIlrf nil* limbs and Parts, m> does schooling game Alvarez rang a goal, then poem of James Whltcomb Ililey. rr.- a-Q to general truck crops and oranges / /Rate

r1lva kteni{{ do away with the. had, habits of Waldo. got one McMillan ringing.' "An old Sweetheart of Mine." 4 j? 7 used other/iTnicrs( but ould not get the/ :>it.'M uujiluahty

children. ll" explained'| how theycompared another Immediately afterward.lmhaehtiic hones It. Wnlnwrlght. reud a1"t111 ; ;; / / : of fruit and tegctablet drat I do U'liHBraJIcy'j. '
further, In that If trees I the score ti-( us the see ,
t1 ...r Rllofs.. "A Haikward 3 ; + 'e- Therefore I am convinced thatBradley's
Yr l had/ feelings, pruntnn them would 'fond 1 half/ gubun. Ilagan made a Look." Howard, Moore read the

he ulIll<'IIHIIIII. und( that the punishment pretty one and Waldo got another life of e" Whltcomb Riley "AA QUALITY" Fertilizers will

per nd of children and school Itself a sliciil whllo afterward The quarter I I and u plan solo by Lena Bella yr1ha show the grower more profit from his crops.

Is sometimes unplt>usunt, still I closed. with tho tennis. fighting Shepard completed the program. Z Very truly yours, fl
ahw both pruning and edudatlan Are for furiously. and' this abated not a /
a good cause, and do good In the bit, rather It Increased. In the f ttleo Club

( long runHU.tSOVS. fourth quarter, Waldo began with The boys ilee Club met for the .

t ''a whirlwind offensive tleliiK the first time lust Thursday, and elected are two very simple reasons j r
te WHY wr.\tIKI: score 8-8 In hardly no time at all. ollkers. Murrah Hooks as. preal- THERE
Then McMillan put the home. team Ellis and scores of other successful ?
SIIOIMI 11.\\ .. .% I'AKK.NT-:: ., (den and Paul Knight us secretary-
rf 'In the (lead with a shot, after which lreu..u. ,'er. growers use Bradley' "AA QUALITY"
T"C'IUUs'SSUC'I.T: : ()S
through to tie It up
Waldo the desperate The boys are trying to learn to Fertilizers year after year. First. Results. You too can increase yield and hasten maturity -
l0. Despite
again. 10- sing! so don't be alarmed If you
The fact that there are eighteen play of both teams, no more hear howls of dismay and groatm Secondly Fair treatment and honest, inter. with Bradley's. \Ve have a grade scientifically .

Irr* thousand local organizations> In HJOrelt't're made and nt the final/ will be
: of distress-they merely ested service. prepared for your soil conditions. Don't
5144 forty-seven ntutes Is sufficient testimony whistle, that score stood.. Then trying to locate some harmony.

ut, to the strength of this org the play-off began. About this There is a special Bradley grade for every pass! up the chance to increase profits. Act now.

ilyt anization. Can Sturke afford to time a cold northwest I 11<1 was Kllqurltc: Club Get our new booklet on truck crops. A phone
need. For Beans-to furnish quick
the Held und the crop a start ._
bn without one? sweeping across I To ":11<'11"110 Club met Wednesday -
tm+ Of all professions considered, temperature was dropping rapidly with Miss Matthews as sponsor and constant growth to the early maturity of call will bring! a competent service man \\hocan

that of teaching receives less moral but IIU'r.Willt\ plenty of heat on I firm crisp pods. For eggplant, that are fully help you with your crop problems.
i support than/ any, and' yet It I the H. 1 I1[, 's court und plenty of The following officers were

ft should receive' more. The teacher warmth In the excited Hide-lines.. I elected: developed. For Peppers that feed over a long

can work from morning until The crowd was In a con- I PresidentReba l\IIX! well.1.I".elll''lIl period. For the rapid \igorous; growth of Lettuce,

night, and accomplish, very little | slant uproar during the five \' '' Jewell Wig
unless tin parent IH In full sympathy minutes. and when Mac made his I gl its. producing: solid, hard heads. BRADLEY'S"AA J +

with him. shot right with two minutes to go; 8C''rllaryva Mnrcotte.
For Strawberries well for Truck
as as Crops,
4 Another need! Is that/ of. better the pulse that followed, did the Deporter-Pearl Manning.

e' school spirit In our community. ':'school good. The game ended with Program; Committee -- (tuba Florida grouters have found through) I long: ex

Last Friday afternoon very few I i Waldo lighting fiercely but to no Maxwell Eva Marcotte! Jessie perience that Bradley's "AA QUALITY" Fertilizers QUALITY"

parents attended the basketball Williams, Gwendolyn,) \ Luiint, Pearl .
r game and l that taunus' the pupils avail.Mac was not the only star of the !Manning help them to gut larger) yields, earlier FERTILIZERS

u' to feel I that time parents' are not Hume, however. There was Sam j maturity and top prices

Interested, III I the school. Read the '|Alvarez who with his scrappy fol- Nm'wshmuts'r'tub| |

r, report of that genie>: and you will low-the-bull tactics broke up I Wal I The Newspaper Club had Its These results! are directly due to infinite care ;Made only by

wish that yon hail, been present. do threats time and again.: And l 1 weekly meeting Wednesday. (Oct. in manufacture. The American Agricultural Chemical
B Are parents Interested In the "...n't forget Johnny slogan his 12. It was announced to the club /: CompanyThe

r health of their children, ? Cometo accurate passing; und fast footwork that they would have to make up materials are mixed, remilled and Jacksonville

our health-day program; on Jet.a la tact, thU years Purple Tornado the program for assembly five screened to insure even proportions throughouteach
+ 28 und give; the school encourage>: seems to be well-rounded.! As a weeks from the following Friday,

I anent 'I center Kewple Ultch packs all demanded and !It was necessary to elect a bag./: Thoroughly) cured before they leave .
Starke:) school need. a library. A and. besides Alvarez stuff for the program; committee our plant Always in perfect mechanical condition .

real wide-awake P. T A., could Hughes and Malpua hold up the the following were named : Mur- V.,,. sit' conhemt, mnuwd
a help put thla over In a short t guard end well. The first quarter rah Rooks Elmer McMillan and -ne\er hard nor lumpy. Results based upon when ,n )"cisenvutr I : ::

d time. We need other things.>: The, revealed a body of dependable sub'xtltutes Joseph !Malpas. 60 years of manufacturing experience. visit moss our matltfrn, *Ifie>", .i of orltl.the, BRAD

state Hays teach primary children, : ., Hughes; and Lewis being; P .r't.

l'\rII1I111hln/tlll1l1tllhe/ county Isn't. forward of quality, while Hooks Eighth: Grad ,

r able to buy those things so If the, Is a tiucker-Jack center, and Cox Club Work ''t a Qse AGgsc"

I children are taught the prlmurj/ {iamid.. Dlnklns fast guards.; As The "lllue lllid" held a business I

t teachers have to take of their I every team gets better as the season meeting "-,,<1nesday, A program

o small salary and buy the necessary' goes on, Starke should mop committee and a reference
t equipment I, up with a goodly number of opponents committee were appolntd., The J. {W. {WlllTE&SON A. A. DURDEN

uy, We need the P. T. A., to help' i I this year, If she Improves reference committee Is busy gathering

give; the right sort of publicity to, over her already good condition. material for the club work. StarkeAuthorized Hampton.r h"i."

our school. Parent. come out,, i j The only disappointing thing of Special Interest Is being shown In AEC

t visit each room put yourself In 1 the afternoon was that the Starke a new book In our library "Our

4i the teachers' plate and see whether glrla; were decisively defeated by Bird Friend and Foes," by Du- :-mi .

or not you can be satisfied to the visiting team of their sex. In puy. "AA QuallW Fertilizer Dealers

o' Just sit Idly by and let the teacher the early part of the game, the At our regular assembly Frl- _. ''t"a..
have the burden. By close touch local team threatened to win but day Oct 14, the following pro- '-u:PG 1 -t

ht 4 wUh the school you cap, olya\\I.II( tithe. taut half the visitor forged gram was given,: ,

I keep up with tae ..1...- of.- "'JJ11I farther and farther ahead, until I Ralph Cox-'1' .A Ayby-TfiWeNed"

s your child U doing. they piled up 18 points against Humming Bird.


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------- -_-._,- -----_..----,y I derground\ electrical distribution I I I dren, Mrs. II. U. Rivers and son, I[ day afternoon, --, 'fa j +
I I i Mitt-in at the Memorial Homes land Mrs. W. M. Hodget nil ol'tiirke. f rj r I Mr. and Mrs. A. H- Rosier and
Community at Penney Farms The I' "-' spent Sunday ifleriiuoii n i baby and Cheat<,01 \Peele. of I tho
Newt of Florida in Shot Faragtai hi tontnu't ...'Il'" watt: aid to have ,, h.rt'V ,III their I sinter :llt's..1. \\. Suite" Farm Italford., spent the ,

I Icon" 14000. which wan within 1.'wiH. ,, week-end with :Mrs Hester Siipp II I ,
aLive -Jt'O' MI the engineer's estimate.I 1 ;Mr. nud :Mrs., I. \\'. Dyal ol (; ::11 I' and :Mrs. L (irlllls of Starke. I I 5A
Avor ParkJolmt'I' I'.IMOII Uu.I :. spent Sunday here with Mrs w -IT the week ('n(1I1'st... of rpla'lives ,
State New ll I I white man, was shot and Instantly Dyul's parents :Mr. and Mrs. J.W. .. I' here1. r W

I I i killed, by Katie Williams, uegr Lewis J. II. Snpp of Waldo and O.
I la front of her home. The woman Mrs Delatha\ Starling and NUll'I Gnunn of .Fiftrbanks were visitors
I 1 drovo'to Sebrlng Immediately after daughter Selma of Cooler Pond, lo Evergreen: lust week
the killing and surrendered to spent the last l part of this week 'h..atJIPm Peele Mesdames

TOLD' BY OUR EXCHANGESriubrtus I the sheriff She claims Casou was here with her 1 parents. !Mr.\ and l Hester Snpp find A. 11. Rosier were
| trying to enter her home and that Mrs. J. li, Thomas. the guests; of !Mr. and Mrs J.. I). ,

... __ ., ___.__._. :she warned him uwuy I Hire times Mr. and 11 re. F. W. Ht+ noUU of Pecle Sunday. I
: ------ i before shooting him In his fourth Graham, were In our section one R. S. Rosier and daughter I.ou.I I :
=-Plans; for the erectlot I'' ed at Tampa Is a milestone In th,5 appearance at HIM oor. Cnson. tiny last week. ise. Lucille and Kiigene: Forsyth, I I I \ ,fV Q i I

of a three-story city hall bulldlns; progress of Florid, In the oplnioi i who leaves a wife and two clill'dren :Mrs. CUl'rolldklll"on and little were visitors to Lake huller Sun
4 here Is under way cost of whit:i of State Geologist Herman Gunter. bud a {pint of liquor on his daughter Joyce of Hrooker. day afternoon.! 'I '
will be taken from the $55,000> I who returned from a visit to tin,i person and another In his cur of- spent Saturday here with rela A. B. and It. S. \Rosier were thin 1
bond issue voted a year ago It; plant. Mr. tin liter was accomp- ] licers ''MUII''II I before I the coroner's guests of J. Q Rosier near Sunder
is proposed to erect the bulldln; I aided by l.. M. Ponton, ussistan I'i' Imniext which reported that lie. tives.Mrs.: George Parrlidi of StnrXe. son Sunday.
on the present site of the library' geologist. The Plant. :Mr. Guutei. (' Same to his death by gunshot apparently : spent several days of laAI1 !",'k -- ---. -
on the Circle. said Is something for which tin I nt the hand, of Katlo 11'11-I,: here with her aunt :Mrs. J.V.. \I IV \\\IMIlllT
state: geological" survey has work. 1 liams. Otllcers plan to question 'Lewis. Hella "Tlui (man I marry mull
Hurtown--Tlie It.V.. ]fiurrowiCount i 1 ed for for several years and mud!'I a negro and white man who are !Mr. R. n. Thomas and !Mr.\ II II. bo a hero! "
ruction company of this city credit was given the department reported, to have been In Cason's Crosby spent Thursday In Gainesville Cutossi'ii "Mercy: ; 3'UII'I'' not
'\ with a bid of $16,750 won the contract for Its establishment by otnduls ol company the IIlght of the killing. on business.Mr. as bad 'looking us all that." ,
for erecting the new horns I the company operating It. The s : and, :Mrs. It. II. Thomas full .--

:Ii for the aged on the grounds of the I plant, he added will be able to utlllze Penny .Farms Tho J. C. 1'en- da ugIiler. Hazel, spent Sunday at Tu H">ii4liiiiirl4'rMRecrutlng | I ,1 ? ail-, rnr ,
r I county hospital, near Bartow,, raw products In Florida enabling 1I., ,-(;W'II11 Corporation farm settlement Fairbanks with Mrs. TI10 111".,' I olllt'l'rVhat wo
(, Work on the new building will begin the state to do double dutyIn In Clay county, announces mother :Mrs V.,: II. Howard.Mr. l. want" Is men with convictions, and I
j; at once and will be completed. that direction. u contest, In home production and au.111'14: O.V.. Dyal and wltero shall w<> flint them? I
1 In 90 days e e In saving by producing on farms :Mr. and !Mrs. pock Milliard and Volco" In prlHon.' 66 A
Police dropped l prosecution plant of thu company, the contestants little daughter. Alia all of Graham -- -.--
TallahastieeRnlh Bryan Owenof for the unidentified aviator who] being confined to settlers on tracts spent Sunday here with Mrs. Suit ('U"' How bt .
Miami uaughter of the late William dared death during the LlndberglibiiiKiuet the general purpose being to ascertain T. I Ii I>yal.Mr. Sum the Simple So till sayn the 'I
Jennings Bryan, will again be Monday night when he what can be accomplished \ ;11. A. Starling of ('outer only way to cure yourself of being ,
a candidate for congress! from the flew too close for safety's sake tu In homo production In Florida. Pond was In our section Friday" < In love Is to run away--wltli I the '
fourth congressional district. of girl. I trade
the G.'ore'IIKhlnlolI in
Florida she has advised Secretaryof Hotel Three prizes are offered first" a ........................ -. can ;
building and cavorted I his planE milk cow to be selected. by Horace w The TI>N| ;
State II. Clay Crawford. In a about other structures of the rlty.Identity A. Dodge; second award a flockof KVKKGRRICNMrs. : : .
letter to !Mr. Crawford :Mrs. Owens of the aviator learned < .... A. Rosier Cor.) ., III"torJIIAt one more question\
was chickens to be selected by I Ernest : -
Sambo. Are married?
stated that she would come to Tallahassee yon ;
shortly to qualify. said l police" but they declared II. Ilartlett and n third a bacon ................ "No Nab doc. I earns mph own my present car n
they would bu unable to obtain type of hog chosen by George llvln'.
e eSauford his conviction If arrested because Spurlln. The contest wll 'begin Evergreen: (rt. 2 111! r. and .. 5 a'
-Operating expenses of of luck of witnesses to Identifyhim December' 1. t9.7. and close\ /Novomlier :Mrs. J. I':. Rosier and children\ IIllrirn/'y: "
the city of Sanford during: the past by taking oath The name 30, 1928. The conditionswill spent the week-end In Spnrr the SpitHow lure you getting on for ? ;

year 708.17 showed, which" a added deficit to of a deficit 1191- of the !viator.. However, will be \ be worked out by u special\ guests .of Mr. and Mrs 1..IonMorA'an. now since your wlfo's away?" a new cat
reported, to the United States department committeecomposed of III rx. Francis Spat I can put on lilY sock r
of 68006.82 carried over from of commerce and action O. Clark Inspector Penney H. K.: Rosier and Leslie McClPl-\ now from, either end naves u lot
the year pervious hriuen the present asked, 1 police said. !Mayor John T farms schools\ : Mrs. William/ A lan were visitors lo Starke Sat ur- of limo.I .
deficit up to a total In excess Aslop, Jr. had ordered the airman's Wilson, president Adult Christian you are ready to trade in '::
of $250,000 It was revealed by examiners .. u WHEN ,
arrest.- -Jacksonville Journal Kiiueavor :society: J. w. t"lIl1eroll. I ,
audit. following: their recent president Penny Farms Growers'; I Fertilizers For Florida Fruits and Farm Crops present car for a new car, you :'{.

e Association; Dr. George P. Hoff ,
Winter Haven- .Winter Uuven'a I' Sauford--The bond for ErnestL. : man. ,director Institute of ugrlcul- I SIMON PURE AND GEM BRANDS naturally want full value for your pres- lJ '.' \,

I emergency field henceforth will Amos, state comptroller, Indicted i Ire; Ur. James 11. Stallings agron- I "TIME TRIED AND CROP TESTED" ent car. But most of all- you want full
be known as lladelman Field, the by a special grand jury for malpractice mlst; ;Miss Lois Peurman. Inspector I Forty tears Satisfactory Service to Florida Growers .:
board of governors of the chamber In connectlton with recent home economics, Penney farms I 1,0X1 I>KY SPELL ROUT OVER new car value. : ,
of commerce here voted. Felicitations failure of the Seminole County schools and C. Ernest Campbell Order NOW-Snvo money by /gutting our latest PRICK LINT! \ : 1
Bank has been set at $6,000 It assistant to agent. Miss Pearman Fair I'riceK' Quality Fe-rllllzorn. Prompt Shipment ,
of the
Intrepid copilotof
It will therefore consider f'
the American Girl were wired was announced. F. F. Dutton, will be the secretary of the com E. O. PAINTER FERTILIZER COMPANY pay you to

the by the aviator local was civic Informed association of and the prominent by the celery same grower jury ,for also Issuing Indicted -- mittee. . -- .. Jacksonville, .Florida_ h /arying trade-in allowance offers in the

worthless drafts and arrested OrlandoThe United States department light of these basic facts
honor that had been conferred upon :
him. today has been released on a $45- of agriculture bureau of .1
000 bond according to the sher- enocomlcs, division of crop estimates -
iff's office. The amount of bondsIn with offices\ here has given
Daytona Beach-Two Wiscon- e e How to Your ; car has fundamental j
ala lads wanted so badly to see the cases of Forrest Lake presi- out the following statement on the 4 PlayBRIDGE 1 plenum: only one : ,

Florida that they risked the trip dent of the defunct uank, and A. commercial citrus crop of Floridafor basis of value : i.e., what the
In a $5 automobile and arrived n. Key (cashier both of whom the season of 192723The
here In a 1910 flivver with brass were singly and jointly Indicted estimate Is placed ut 1-1.500.000 dealer who accepts it in trade can get for
that had traveled 350.- under a number of counts has not boxes of which 9,200.01)0) will bo F '. 9 era r t
000 trimmings miles before they bought It. yet been determined. oranges/ and, 5.300.000 grapefruitThis ': 1 }: Jcric.s\ Mj2fsa by it in the us>ed: GUI xiicuKtiL. !
Is fruit to move by rail and .
e e
They are Francis J. Brennan and tt. '
Claude Novock of Panesvllle. They I SarnsotaThe Klngllng Brothers heat and I Includes the e\p eS8IIHvenlt."t. I .--s Wynn Ferguson Your present car h seemingly '
and Rarnum and Bailey com- I In (car/ lots, this n, presents : Author 2
bought the ancient vehicle from a 8 \ or PRACTICAL. AUCTION BRIDGE
blacksmith drove it to New York ''hlii'd Shows the "greatest:/ show :21,000: cars of oranges and I different values because competitive" '.

and then to thin city. on earth" will close Its 1927 tour 14,000 curs of grapefruit withoutthe Copyright. 1927. by Boyle' Jr. I v
eTallahnaseo I of some 17,000 miles (throughout': express movement! For the I dealers are bidding to sell you a new car. )1)Y

:II rs. Hubert L. the United States mid Canada In past seaxnn the commercial crop ARTICLE No 3
Kuton of Montlcello" member of I Tampa/ on Thursday. /November 3, amounted, 16,600,000 boxes, 9,1 1 '
The allowance offered is
the Florida Itnllroud Commission 'after which the mammoth circus | 600,000 boxes of oranges and 7.- "Under tvlial" conditions is a Single- No score, ruMicrjfanv! Z dealt: ; bill! 3 largest not J
000,000 boxes of The ton opening? advantageous against a spade and! all ......d. What clloukl r
and the first woman of the state will\ ho loaded/ for I the final time grapefruit': A the best deal for
I necessarily
to hold a state-wide elective office I this year and brought to }111I'asolafor storm sad cold damage of the l past: trump dccl.arationwritl's. Probably I the a correspondent. will open? A should' open tho five of tILt you. ;
season and the lack of rain during question numdr.IVithonly two trunint, n Singli":" .
will be a candidate to suceed: herself Its winter headquarters/ here. cause a wide variety of answers, butt ton opening U seldom, if ever, juslili- Sometimes it is; sometimes it is not.
In the primary of next June John HlngllUK. who has 'been here the spring months have nil been the experts arc pretty closely in agree able.'
she announced hen- Ity announcing for the past two days making/ a future In causing a light setting of niont. The following rxnmplii hands .*t"'p'i
" to succeed herself Mrs. Eaton: tour of Inspection of the vast John fruit from the regular bloom. The I A Singleton: opening is seldom if inthgpn'cedingutticcatasclJaotli.y, : An excessive allowance may '
also becomes the first woman of ,tingling: estates development and setting of fruit up to early oxpertatlnna I ever iustifublu, unless the opener hold of careful; ( study: 4 :
has caused u probable exactly three trumps. Willi less than that you are paying an excessiveprice d
the state to announce as a candidate the other huge projects under construction I I three : ,
it oiwnlnft for the declarer
for u state wide olllce.Kau announced that the final increase in production, estimated a Answer to rro :era n!,>. 1
usually can (cad two rounds ol fI for the in with '
new car comparison : "
e. e closing date of the circus has been 1 12 Tier cent for oranges and 18 percent I trumps before or obtain '
partner -
you jour \
': Oallle- -At a meeting of the :.irrsingpd for Tuinpu. for grapefruit.: This .still the lead. I or that reason a Single!: : Y : its real value. JI '
city council\ sweeping rediict-I leaves u prospective crop a million I ton opening is seldom advantageous, : A B : \
11011 In the salaries of the city em- West Palm KenfJi Two blocksof boxes below the live-year averageof with less than three trumps. On the i Z ; ,w

t yal ployes was made. It was decidedto a downtown liven !'almIt'll\ (']) 1 O.201)).000( boxes for oranges I other hand,if you hold more th.i n three First judge the merits of the new car 't,... :':
and two million !nelow the five- trumps, \ have a very strong hand ,
of the street has been undermined and I Is you 5 's
reduce the pay city engineer and should leIrta- A, Q 2IJiumondj
take the offensive For :
chiefof I year average of 7,100.000 boxes :,; ) 'l',;: in comparison with its price
to $200 I per month; the liable to collapse/ city engineers [ reason with four or more trumps, always Cilla-1.,1)'i : ': includ-t'
the engineer of discovered when workmen "crib for grapefruit For the present \ ,;y, 5bpailuj
police to $100; open your long or strong suit, or ;
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the lIre truck to $75 anti to appoint bing In" a section of Third street, crop, the shipping season will be your partner's suit if he has: made a J Q, ing all delivery and finance charges. ;
' 1 a tax assessor. It Is under between Olive avenue and Lake unusually long, beginning early bid never a. Singleton.The .
stood that there will be other Worth, which collapsed. leaving a I with the regular bloom and con- 1 following hand arc good ex! .S'.0 score, rubber p.iirr: .".<' .''. .- "'', Mil, Then weigh any difference in allowance tj; ,,
IlIlIIIlnl late with the late bloom. unplcs one no-trump.( A hr.rl Y \ \;'c'l l c J 'I 1 i
changes: In employes.. gaping': hole a hundred' fort iI'1I11I1'e.ran Hand No. 1 loublfl. What hhoul.l Z Lid? i; should' '' offered on your present car. .
Into nnother such huxm. A II.NNNNwNri.....N Np.s Hearts-A 10 4 2 rcdoulilo' to tell hia partner that!' lio has' t
!Mount porn- -An aerial policeman broken sewer pipe which permitted : a much stronger hand linn:, hia origliiil'
has been appointed here the,,I I water to escape and wash sandfrom I' ; ZIFF : ClDiamonds-j,9,4,2 :: A Y II ;i i: no-trump imliiniml, and f> p'ay' for Remember that you are making a v.
first appointment of Its kind In under the street was blamed I I. :Midi Opal, Lewis 'or. Spades- 10, 7., 2; : Z I icnaliius! if A bias \".. Iviiij "l' utioi.i 6
'lorl : ......O .......
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B. Lawrence whose official
> 0the responsibility\ for the l. No score rubber game. X dealt, bid! one .
title will be aeronautic com mill I .."",. nn-trn'-Hoii. City Engineer %iff. Oct. 21IIHM: Ellen: Howard ipade and all paxsol. What should AoIenAsltouldopcnthesevenofetubs. Answer to ProMsr.i! ..0. 2 ing a new car and simply using your

sioner. Contract for, clearing: the Arthur Hobby said. Stann's school of Fairbanks spent the weekend f IIoarts10.7,6
rftiiways at the local airport has I ... .daubiy.. u-lil.. h adjoins here the guest of her sister His is an ideal hand for the Singleton:: ; uIabeJ(,;1 ,8 : present car as a credit against the new

been awarded to I. C. Shaw. The I the lost hole was. protected, from' Mrs It. D. Thomas. opening.' Hand No. :2 I I"! uto'ela-1| I 1C.:'z.J. car's purchase price.
runways arc to be 2.000 feet long 'imlerm'tilng.' Gas fumes, which Mr. Louis Clemons of Water- -J,8, 7,5 ,

and 300 feet wide. The field will\ overcame, two men were also successfully .."I MI- lii' '>.\-lni| : of Ktarke. Clubs Hearts--7 A, 10. : YDiamondsJ : .
be furnished with an Independent fought. pent Saturday here with friends. t
j,0.5,4,2 : An : : Y : publish this message, believing
Ilghlint; ; ".. -in. |I ,r and :\1 rM. J. II. Thomas ppadcs-J, 10,7,2. : Z : : A R : WE .
".5!,,.,*,, TI' S v'ncer Electric the is entitled
spent Sunday In Graham with their : Z : public to have ,
Tallnhn' ,i'pTho IIPW 5.000 Company of this city have been 'Ian rh4er. :Mrs F.V... Reynolds. No score rubber game.: 7.dealt bid one ter ,
Oft) cement plant now being open- awarded the contract for tlieun-'I :Mr. and Mrs. Mullory arid, chll.Vhy spade and all passed Chat bilould! A all the facts. And we invite you to send ;
---- .- open? A should open the four of dia 5ornrr: i'jLrr>,; flame-: 7.lot; :n" 1
monds. With four or more trumps. at- 0ac "b ,m',.n A an,1 '\.' ...... : .at.1 I ly for the facts about General Motors
ways open your long! suit, unless, of r ;douMcd.;; If z reiloidilt'l i ", ; ,,'n'1; "A i.i!>l tv.ospades '
School/Teachers Grow Gray Course, your! partner nat but a suit' in what should Y I I't\ Y hr.'M! products by using the coupon below. ..
I which case it usually is I better practiceto double he purpose of Z's I'ck'lIlle' :<
open hat suit unless' your own nit to give Y the information( that '.'B hail
-- Is one that wllI.ct up in one round In i U much atronger than lu's original:: I' 1
Y 1'/ f* 4-t-t 1 this hand the Singleton oj"vning would indicated and teplay for penalties: : it A
d I be very unsound. h.tprene to bid \ 's Ion-'rr otronfi eui'.
Y'./long! suit spades.i .1 his fact,couplc.1) GENERALMOTORS
i Hand No. 3Heartt with hU outside strength\ it sufficient
-A. 10, 4,2 tojustifyadouble'l'hehand] I'rolit'.m
i Clubs-7 I Y : No.2 is the hand, hell. by the pnrtn r of
i Diamonds J,9,6,5,4,2. : A B : Z in J'r"Llcm0.. I, Topctlicr t'i', .
Spades- 10,1 : Z :represent a sound rc'lot'No, and I, -
I proper response by> partner.
Answer to Problem No. 3

I Hearts none
Clubs-J, 8, 7, 6,5 "A
I Spades-none Iiamonle-7, 3 I.. 'I..J

Hearts-8.7.5,3,2 JI."rI1- t GENERAL MOTORS (Drpt. A), Detroit Mich. i .
Clubs-none : Y : Clals.. !y.! 0 4Diamondsl0.T
: A n t Uiamonue--J. -. / CHEVROLET 0 Plueendwithoutobligaiioiitomenu. i
Spades-9 I Z p
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I I. ''Mr>nir* describing the General Motor product
IfrSW Hearts-A. J. 6. 4 I I I h"" checked-together with your booklet I
Clubsnone I OLDSMOBILB f 0 l 'crG.neralMownProvingGround' I rOAKLAND
Uiamond.I', Q : '

SpaJes-4 i i n Name _..u_. .. ---

If spacs!-:, are trump! and 7.Is in the lead: jack and six.i\' As 7'c r"e: ..n cf ''"'f'1"'-' I BUICK QLASALLR i rV 1

bow can Y-Z win fiveof the seven tricks is alto" a winner. A cannot xinall..' Address -_'_._u.. ...... .. v. .
against any defense" ? Z should! lead the trirk. If A'. first heart lead elioiildcithtr i a I
,. ,,::/ .... ice of heartland the king of diamond, the 3 or 5. Z would win uith t: I
l' .... j""l' tin!should then lead the four of spa ke, 4 or 6, take his jack of hearts and n I. CADIII.Af.n: [ -_..._ : '
'l forcing A (lithe lead. A must then lead of diamonds, and Rive A the 'i.f l' .; 1 :
The champion twin ('ommunll ol the heart. If he Ica 0v. M" 01 &wAu amoal.the M pBjUl world liar heed round-Mossyrock. Wash., where there arc. Hows! him to hold the tri k. A moat win five of the seven" tri kii ajaln. any l l FRlGlIhURE B. ."" ,,..,.. 0 DELCo.UG1ITmPIG_OJ'
a&"D4IAac.llooJ.-Jle" U>.!_are, r
.. heart and Z wins the defense. -
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1'alm 13 -- ,- Richmond Williams, drunkenness Valparaiso Coastal highway
"Collnn J00 Miss Florrle Terry was shopping Conner.
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"rd.<; .."', ,. .. -. # In Jacksonville last week Mr*. n. C. Cone and Children, ; plead guilt $20 and costsor survey finished from Walton coun-

I1l pll tit l'C ato tIrY r I ; ; LAWTEYMm. : Mr. A. M. Lewis was a business Pansy and Carl of Gainesville 90 days. This was Williams' ty line to Sunset Bay at Valparaiso. I''

.eke avn I.a..l I:. .. II"."..,. fur visitor to Starke Monday were visiting relatives here Saturday second appearance before Judge .
lIt Corotm. .
I. J >- J<"> VLuwtey. W. E. Torode was In Jacksonville and Sunday. Gardiner on the same charge and Jacksonville First Christian

uridn lllrwrlob. Friday Mrs Harry Edwards and daughter bin fine was double the first sen- church constructing 2-story brick :
FJa. bit !$1. 'Ire of
h/n/e 11'L'nntf of8acllon undetermined Law- Mr. and Mra. J, J. McLood of Helen, of Gainesville, were tence given him for the first building costing 25,000 at Church 0

a origin swept Melrose were In Lawtey Monday visiting relatives here Sunday. offense. Judge Gardiner Informed
>.1'ellledl)5 ley's business section, uurly lent I and Julia streets
afternoon. Mrs T. N. Norman attended
to br Thursday\ night and burned to the I Williams that the next time be Orlando Winter Garden section I
y Comm, Mra. W. C. Wooten and children church at Pine Level Sunday.Mr.
uminNlor' Phone 29n'pohC ground 3 buildings This la the appeared before him on this charge
,i rut the spent Saturday at Kingsley lake and Mrs H. L. Norman, of Orange county haa more
most disastrous fire that has ever
I t I'with her parents. Mattie and Ellen Norman and Lily he would receive a six months sen than 700 acres planted to bell pep
I. act b. -- occurred: In our community and It
McTtae motored to Jacksonville tence.
; tit the s sties ANNIH'M'KMKXT: : OFxollale Adklrm. K, M. Johns, 3. L. Peek. looked for awhile that Lawtey I II VA.NDKKHILT Saturday and were accompanied pen "
i iV9orldnt would almost be wiped out. I
KNO.tfiKMKNT: ;: O. L. Beasley, J. C. Robinson, W. borne by Mr. and Mrs W B.

ut that \Valnwrlght, O. L llaynex, J. The telephone wires were burn- I Mr and I Mrs. J. C. Alvarez and IIlood worth.

u horny In UIsouthen Washington, D. C., Oct .- L,, Pickerel), J. M. Mitchell J. K ed loose and also part of the light family attended the funeral of Mr. Math\ Wasdln of Graham

The engagement of EnnlRn Au {- COrJI'II.IIK and \V. Laurlo Edwards wires arid pole. The fire started' Mr. Harry Milliard !Sunday: at tho was a business visitors here last

res of ,: ulnlo Calvin Long, U. S. N., HOE of Jacksonville In the large two-story frame ware- Swift Creek cemetery.Mr. week.

d thence or Sudmd/ Mrs. Augustln V. R0s1.tN't4-TM'UThu house owned and( operated by J. I Chevy Norman of the University Misses Ida Mae and Edith Conner
I to Two MissKllzabolli MFKTINU OF L. Harrell. It quickly spread to
of GalneHVllle. Kla., to
Long attended church at Pine Level
illy, e1)' of Florida spent, the weekend -
\ValHh in announced. byMl another structure owned by L. 11.
Thursday night.
hwayi" theWoman'u with his Mr. and Mrs.
mcullng of parents
tilty 'a: WulHh'B purcntH, Mr. and \ first 11111, where he has his real estate ..
helVe.diieHd.iy F M. Norman
Mrll'l Club of Starke wan < r
olllro! and from there to the large
of thlH city.
uh oust JhnVuIHh.,
afternoon Oct 12th, Mr. and Mrs \V. I n. IIloodsworth
due. s graduated from the ( \ mercantile store of W. K.: Torodo.
rn. ae wan 1 lii.27. ut the Club IIoiiHO. This and family of Jacksonville, spent !
Nlderatjl Slates Naval Aoich'iny' In the class audtlor Tho fire department from Starkowas the we eke nl 1 with relatlveu here. I :Mr, mill. :Mrs. T. I... St<>kr.. and
"aid ht of 1020. No d.Uo him been But for being Ciiliimbnx, Day the I hastily summoned but could clillilmi of Waldo. ihltvil, the
re, a, I' lum was made attractive with flat I Misses Ha brae and Lubecllu Alvarez AnnouncementEDWARDS :
ueuums the v-uddlns Dnsketa of wildflowers I not save the burning buildings and Wllluim Supp attendedchurch i home of II. :M. Mi-Unc: I Suniliiy.
meat n uiinniinri-ini-nt of lOimlKi and their effort were concentrated
Mr. Maurice Lewis and family
owner'hway also added at Hellbronn Springy Sat i
and red roses i
l LOIIU'H: eiiKiiKi'iiii'iit: to MISS, Wulal on preventing It spreading to I night motored over to Luke Duller Sunday -
the g1) will lio li'iiniud" with Interest l llilH hy to the aettlngMIH. other housua of the town. urday !
II dtl.gttire. I (J. 1\1. Inmun the newlitiiHldent. Missus Mary and Theluia AI-] evening. i
.; ninny frlfiidH throughout tin, follow' the regului 1 Thu store acrosa the railroad voiez Hodman Reddish and Clev> I Mr. J. S. Supp and son Felix,
sown Htatu. KiiHlKii: / Lang held Ihu olllriif nm' operated, by Mr. A. M. Lewis and made a business trip to Jacksonville
I Norman attended chiirih 1 ut Hal-
V V o t order of bimliiextt. I'lunx were (Jill1)1111
aye at <, MIilshliimiiM( I.U'iitfiiant Junior filled with furniture caught/ on I \ Friday.The .
I I.t. :'ln I < It'nustratlo11) Palito ford Saturday night. l
.x19.xamn grade In KfKlimMital curiix during 28.1 the porch roof hut wan ulckly| extinguished many friends of Mr. Harris
II, II lake place, October 26. 27 Mr and Mm.: L. I.. O'Connor nttended
Ills senior year ut AiiuapuIlH.Minn The night was unusually Milliard were grieved to learn of
and arrangements were made for church at Pine Level hun I
ad p WnlHh IH one of WiiHliliiK-; calm or Lawtey would his death which occurred at the 'f'
bo given by SERVICE
depul Hallowe'en party to
and t ton'H must popular um! attractive a I have been virtually wiped out I Thursday" night. homo oC his daughter, Mrs !Maud I
the evoning - llm Junior Cluh girls on Miss Until Supp spent Sundu
noclt'ty! girls. I Crosby on Sunday. October Uth.
stn ; of October 31 lilt. Toward lilt MrsV. I 10. Torotlu returned with her cousins Rosa and Itvth..
detail Ills laid to rest at Rattlesnake
body -
Mrx. H. A. was
Mies.: ncKiitii.i: : I climo of the meeting homo Friday "'0111 Alabama where demons.
uldudduce111 !Riv
r K\TIKT.\INS: : Weeks, chairman of the programcommittee /: .h' hiis huen visiting friends and Misses Mary and Canilacy Alvarez cemetery n'nrew
out the attractive i I with Mslnesienette er.
gave r"IIIIICor two I weeks, She wasuoutpititled spent Sunday
could Mr. J. I'. I'likerell wax liontnxH I new year book Mrx. Innian then home by : i ( and Gladys Carter. Alar/o: number from this sorttlon .
u[ ea4auo attended servlccn at Pine Level
[ to it number of bur friend/ adjourned the buxlnens' XHHHOIImid | I 10. J. Torode tool M I A. lIAlldanH.1 I Little Harold Norman MOll of II i

Tliurmlay afternoon, An all ml'I I t turned tho remainder, of tho i who will be Ilt'rlIelltN for the I 10. 10. Norman la very 111 tliln week Sunday evening i!
tor' Rev Raymond preached a
ilsr.d' live uiilimii) color Hrhomo wan car- moot Ing over! to tho chairman! of winter I and we wish, him a speedy recov veryI I \ three tubluv the Hchonl commit+, Mrx. I';. MUooka. Interesting sermon that was very I :
c-ITccllvi'ly.\ :
rlod out Mr. and Mrs Will Howard and much all those 4r1
the eryMr. enjoyed by present.
a a1'nY being arriiiiKrd for rardH. At the i who In turn two daughters Minxes. Gene and : and Mrs.: O. R. Alvarez spent \
.Irr I Mr. Jeff Lewis had! the misfortune \
.I Mr. S. S., :
ty d, oncluHlon of Ihu games, Mrs N., guests for the afternoon Dolhy of Jacksonville visited Mr. 'the week, with Mrs. Alvarez's parents of bin mule's leg '

tied h1 h M.' JoluiH, iiH winner of high score,, Dovtllng) principal Sdiool of and Bradford the thirteen : and Mrs. K K.: Muriiuy Sunday. Mr and Mrs. J. L Under broke Saturday getUng night by so mo Open For Business :
hand c.mhrulll"r..dc'arellahle County High
Is tot wan awarded a Mesdutnex C. Wooten and bill. Also
reckless automobile driver.
gxe/n cover Mrx. t>. L. llayne leacherx.Mr. (1. A Anderson" IUl'1ldetilhe I). 10.S. Misses Eva and 1.1 VII 1 Edwards
Id ( / his
the e received a pulr of noodles UH HIM--" : I lo) lhig upon being asked In Sturku Monday night. : 1 Klvu and Vlrda Homage and Agnes Injured Misses Wheeler cow. and Durden of I I'

board( Ito mid lilKh, while MI-H. II. H. Lima for a short take on the needs oft I L. H. Hill luis his real estate I Sapp. !Mary and (George Faul- visiting In this
Hampton were section -
Importanceand SATURDAY
r.1) bough/ WIIH given U sot Of trtlllUBmarkurH the school, Hlrl'8KIHIlhe and Insurance oince In the Town I tner motored to Johimtowu Sun OCT.
hlhi an the consolation. Mrs.1'lckerl'lI ,. vuluu of a Parentreuchers'Axxoclutiun Hall since the lire last Thursday day afternoon. ,
eau Don't forget D. V. P. Sunday
served her KuenU an attractive .. and 22,1.\\,1.:
atsn night. Mr. and Mrs. F. :M. Norman night 7 o'clock. ;,;
um ree l chicken Halail rou'rse.ThnHO !Mrs \1) 10.; Knight chairman of Mr and :Mrs. W. K. Torode had. Mm.; Martha Supp were visiting 1 1

r. of \ present were: Mesdames music then /Introduced: the following us Sunday, vlsltorn, Mr. and !Mrs. I relntlvci In Hrooker Friday. 0\11'\:' .IflXiK'H: : tWHT 4 4it"it

ser eloft + It. H. UmbuiiKh U. J. Davis (). program : I Look Into Your John Roberts L. 10.) Roberta and Mr. and Mrs. L. i.. O'Conner and )1.

on I.. IlenHley K. M. JoIlllH, C. A. Garden! llayden ), sung by Mrs. son, Emmett J. Johnson and I family attended church at Hmun-: Schell Ilyrd of Graham charged: ,

tats Knight: A. Z. Akhm O. L. llnynux,. J. I I.. IMrkerlll. Mrs U. J. DavlH mother all of JackHonvllIe, and uel Sunday.Mr. with selling liquor; plead guilty. .

1)u I I.. P. Smith N. SternburKi J. M.Mitchell. 'Hang ICoHH In the Hud ( Forrenter) Mr. and :Mrs J. M. Oliver and two and Mra. J. L. Conner pent $200 and costs or four months 1 Quart FREE OIL Given

oyms (1. M.. Inmun and J. Jo:. : An arrangement from McDowell'! daughters Hazel and Helen of I Sunday with Mr. and Mim. J. M. Fine paid.

sh'I'' Corpenlng1)d \ I 'I"" a Wild. Hose was snug by a Baldwin '. \\l.
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1 --. I trio compoHed of Mrs D. 10. Knight Mr 10 J. Roberta and, Mrs. G. r-- --- ,

ddryi MKKTIMJ: : : : ) '' :hli':'l'IIOIIkTor : Mrs. J. .I- Plckerell and Mra. Jo;. W KohiTts\ Kpfiit' Tuesday In ,

r g riuwii 'MX 'IITV; I K. Perryman. Jacksonville.A. Vim J. ILIFFE !iI With Each Five Gallon

iii I -- -- I The lumtessea with Mrn. I II. 1. A. Griffls and Mrs. Wells of

sty I The Missionary I Society of the I Amort chairman served a naiad Taiupulsiled( Mr\ and Mrs lOnochOritlln I, _

ro 1 Methodist church held an Important (courHi at the clone of the after last week. I

+ ant hiiMinuHH meeting Monday nftortioon noon. Mr :Myles anil VC., \\ oot"n i EXPEUT WATCHMAKER: AND JEWELER ENi;i

o, odrst there bring' present the T went out to llellbronn Springs CRAVINC( :, OPTICAL REPAIRING.! Purchase of Gas ,

rout following ,niiMiiberH, : Mesdames A. III,!;. MNUKK1IIT ;blonds afternoon.

rupu rata Wood A.V, AnderHon. J. W. 1.:: ..nH'I'\I\1'4: : 10. D, Galloway of Jacksonville, I A fine line of ladies and pxntlemen's wrist watches on d

and White. I'. J. I'lerri, J. V 'olley. spent the week-end here with his
it iw W. 10. IIIld<1ll'lun. K.I K. I'erryinau, I :Mrs.' W. M. Wainwright enter family. h..nd.;

.a S, S. Howling, A. Z. Ailklna James tiiinutl dellKhtfuly: TueHilay ufternooii J. C. Prevatt la homo again after
honor of' j E\cry thing a good Jeweler should have in Stock.
W Ci.Halle at auction bridge hi I
r. 1'lckerell, E I M. Rooks being: confllned to St. Vincent
A. W. HudKi-avo. J. II. her Bister-ill-law Mrs. L\. T. Clark hospital In Jacksonville for several '
of this attractive I Telephone Ex. Bldg. Starke Fla. :
a Hitch and Miss Amelia Ray of Miami. The rooms weeks : ,

or After devotional pxercNeu. a I home were decoratedwith Your Patronage
are l business HCHHlon wax hold and quantities of varl-colorcd da- I

m.ty I plans were made for remodeling, lilies tastefully arranged with !

ran tile Interior of the. ,church piillliig; I four tables. of players. After severs WARM DA YS DEMAND CHIFFON

otu down new carpet etc Mrx.V. K.: progressions, Mrs. N. M'I Appreciated
ant I Mlddleton Mrx. .1. II, Kltch and<1 JoluiH was found to be the i t)* '* yr '* '* I S Sti

fire Mrs James 1'lckerell are tho cuin- UCT ul high score and was given a !I PRINTED FROCKS WITH LONG SLEEVES NEW THIS YEAR GREEN ti

oPe i mattes appointed to arrange for the Imiiilxome linnd embroidered scarf I )I I1
why wurk and Solicit funilt, for the pay while MlH: I Ethel: Cirlllln receivedu : ] IS A FAVORITE COLOR FOR SPORTS WEAR t

,pet (
bee high Tho guest prize a I
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u, /1)N/'III': : ; :1\I: )iU'l'JoI"l'Ii1' : : Iteuulltul box u f Btiillonory. wan BY HARRIET II

tnl .\ WOMAN::K ('J.'n prosented to Mr Clark. ,
CUMMER styles for afternoon !
+ :
liv the tub- ,
Dainty cnndles" were oil
J eVI'IIII1Ille and evening wear come flutterIng 'I
it On lust Tuexday / lox ihirlng the games and ut the
oncert given by tho music department close Mrs Wainwright served herguuBlx In-sort, sheer chiffons and --1 1p

"r, + I of tho Woman'H Club, waR / a ,delta.lable shrimp I Hiil.ulI'niirse delicate laces fashioned with <

.r d u brilliant HIICCCHM urllHtlcally and, I with not tell and milinex I tiers, pleats, panels and ruffles.

11I11I1H'11I II y. A large and<1 appreciative ThoHO enjoying this occasion, For sports wear summer style
u" audience. filled, the Hpaclous I I U. T. Clark of
i '
+I were come In aslant-exploiting diagonal -
hot 'r auditorium and hearty upplnii Slernberg. J. O. Rob-
I :Miami\ ; N. designs, using plaids on the
greeted each number. Inaon. J. L. Frazoe. O. L. Ileusley ,
During a brluf IntermlHHlon, the AdkliiH. K.: M. Johns, N. D. bias and featuring uneven neck-

tl a s President of the Club Mra. Q. M. A.WalnwrlrtJit Z. J. K. Corpenlng. II. chiefs lines ,aided knotted and on abetted the side by 'ker b"r e rer 1t, ,a ,0"::"
n ''I Inman asked for u silver offurlngto C. Hitch, J. L. PeeTt, C. A. Knight, Of course the more formal wear r '
}; to be applied on the building fund, Myrtlce and MerwlnlackHon Y
Misses the
and take unto Itself all diverting .
e_ 1; and received a generous response, Madge; Middleton and touches sports wear has bit upon. .'\

':, about $40.00 being donated l Kthel nrlllln. Skirts and sleeves are smartly I "

; In addltloon to the program giv r- -- varied, all Introducing additional i

rrll '; en by local talent Mm. It. 1 K.JolinHton ; HIIHIVKHS1XJI.KT.MIVMr /: : : I fulnees. Tricky bows, new necklines .

of r ;, of Jarkxonviliecharnted and a certain studied care- 1 'r p.@ 1 ras

s 1 the audience with several yoke John Uoulx Shriver of Brook- I lessncfi that In reality Is the

selnctlonn. She was accommpunlfd i-r. and Mrs Hilda Slngletary; of height of sophistication, all owe

eI I I by her sister, Miss Betty I'vace Jacksonville were united In marriage I their origin to sports wear. I

also of JackHonvllIe. at the country home of Long: Slcctvn Now I. f. n NV
All arrangementM were In charceof Judge and Mrx. George A. Clardl- I Chiffon printed< frocks are new .

"*; t, Mru. 1) K:. Knight chairman tier Judge Gardiner officiating.;. this season for afternoon, wear hirFtti OL } P :

1 s 1 of nuiHlcImniPtllately. The newly wedded< couple will Printed chiffon frocks with long I

ull after! the concert, make their home at Hrooker. I t sleeves are decidedly new And a 1. JJ' If the home owner knew just when and how and at
J ('01. and Mm I II. 1 K.: Knight entertained here Mr Shrlver Is engaged; ; in the very latest development In this

/jl Informally honoring I\Ir.1 the mecantllo business. type Introduces the dressy though I what hour the sneak thief or burglar was to "pull thejob"

and Mra. \V. W. llurtow of \ w.It'ItIt -- girlishly simple looking little I
: RE/ItLINIZEII; of printed chiffon rye' at his home-he could of course he prepared and
1'1.1'R jacket-dress
nd r mington: Del.! Mm It, K Joliim- : I
successful union with
e' ton and Mice Hetty Peace of Juckmiuvlllu ,t forming a would suffer no loss. Rut things don't work out that
held Its colored lace ,
Junior Club the new
yl and tlnmo lutlin I II
taking part Saturday "La Jeunease" U the smartestof
of the season
a lu-ngram. ail h) I their fumllloH I meeting: \\bmoo's these smart ensembles. It Is a way.
the -
e, I I morning;, Oct, IB\, 1927 nt I
and a few Invited friend Club house Tho followingnlllrrra delicate little all-over flowered ,

}, Thou UMglHtlng the honleHH In were electedPr, sl lent, pattern In pinks on a Lois de rose The safest method therefore is to take every reason-
u iI serving delicious brick Ice cream, 'background. At least six tones of :;i 7 : .I
.d I j and pound cake were. Mesdames Lelln Den Andrews Secretary. Lena pink are employed. And< for emphasis /'' able precaution and one of the most efficient ways to

t O. U Ilenalvy. J. I.. Plckerell. J. Louise Peek. there Is a touch of cherry
I I llrd. Treasurer. Heat riceJohns protect valuables is in a safety deposit box
V K.: Corpenlng II. V Knight and Hell red among the !flowers.

r Misses Harriet Illu-h. Mary Ca- I Social committee. Dora The skirt Is knife pleated from

Kllzubeth and 1 Manning Hazel Adkltis. LoulanKdwurd hip to hip u In front, while the buck
liuth nuvu. Sternberg 1 I I : *. Finance' committee, Kloixe : Is plain. The! blouse, of bols de Apple green flat rrrpe combine pl"aKRnllllb pistil In the During winter months in Florida, is the time when

Hitch Clan Shepard! Anna Mae rose shadow race, has long sleeves mo ( .IFTKItNOON' : ItILIDOI:: I I 1 pierce. It wax voted to meet and a youthful round neck. The chiffon piInt and lace ensviiiblv. i

(t'l.VII KNTKKTAINKII:: : : I IMrll. 'Thursday morning for the Hall- I little jacket with Its graceful long here at our bank costs little. Valuable papers, flat silver '
to be given Oct. 31. sleeves Is unlined, fashioned ofI almond and so on clear to the puff sleeve with tight cuff which, I

N Sternhe.rg was hosteitxto jwe'en it the "party'..l1l1ln', Club. Mra. Mld I the figured chiffon. Its Purittn deep, blue green called Jungle. It has a charm all Its own. Tlic and other valuables are safe and insured against loss.
Ir Junior collar Is of the lace which ties Is decidedly the "wearing of thereen" blouse of the jumper emphasizes
to the Friday Afternoon lirldga dleton who has charge/: of the -
: for I
shut with a tiny necktie of the sports. the slight puff of the sleeve. The
I Club ut her home last Friday. Tho Club carried out the work very material. Today we show "Caprice;. an plain neck Is crowded into obscurity i

rooms were attractively decorated systematically, and each memberIn "La Jeunesse" Is topped by a apple green frock wherein flat/ by the jaunty 'kerchief "

ed and three tables were arranged looking forward to a succensful graceful Swiss braid hat In the I crepe Is biased by plaid taffeta which I ja worn to one side. Step in. See for yourself. Let us explain the low I'

6 for cards At the conclusion of rear with her After all huslaefls deep cherry tone. It has a cherry I That ls to say Biased plaid taffeta With sports costumes small:

to the tames, Mra. J. L. Peek aa holder wax completed, the meeting was '' .velvet banding. with a Jaunty In tone of green forma the pleated hats continue the favorites. cost and the service we extend to all our patrons. ,

of high score was given a pair adjourned. 'ornament of velvet climbing up skirt, bands the kerchief and Appllijued hat ornaments thin

sq of band embroidered pillow cases, I the front of the crown and a couple fashions the tailored belt. season hold an Importance al

tttrrrCCC.. while Mra. K. M. Johns aa second, U.tSQVKKAHK: : AT CLl'lTTlOfSK: : of flat ends of velvet extending Long-sleeved sports wear con- their own. They may be thi, MAKE TillS BANK YOUR BANK I .

o high was awarded a hand embroidered "from the crown at the sides. nues popular. Of course for owner's favorite dog or horse, 01,
A masquerade will be given byhe actual workout on courts or link. represent her favorite sport !>'
pin cushion. Chocolate covered Junior Club girls at the Clubhouse Creen for Sport) the short sleeved frock with separate featuring golf sticks, a tennl
the tables during COUNTY BANK"Bradford i
nuts were on -
October 31st. Prizes will For sports wear this year no Jacket Is more practical But scene or motor. Or they may b"
I the games and at the conclusion he "given to those having the most color Is so smart aa green-from ports wear that la reality la fasa. an. Intricate monogram, worker

?i Mra. Sternberg served bar attractive and also the moat cum"ml Ile! i Uuouch, water.pritt. pepper med for town or porch wear con.anee out so cleverly that It would take County's Financial Stronghold"11' '

0 newts daltcloufl Mrad ,..on.el)1 rofltum Adml.eon'SO'.nd( plat. abstaUM. chartreuse, Jade u favor tons sleeve a wUard to Jlgure out. unaid l, I

Those enjoying the afternoon 15c. All children" expected to appear I 'parakeet, plitaeae, :gooseberry "Caprice" sponsors the lone Just what the letters aro. II I
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-- wi1..wlwmalwawwrwuar.wlmar-------- (Continued from Page One) doubly Interesting because of his I kina W. A. Wilson C. C. Moore bar thereto and. nil pemnnn. Indebtedto flty. Fin. and. "'Inrke. Florida. !fa1.! r
mild 10:i.tRt. are requested| to pay to h* held In I the oiltc of H I..n..i J {'
to the Nortb."SocallE'd. association with Dr O. W. Meade F. S. Babbitt Wm. S. Pierce. W their' Hitlil debt forthwith to the Itefere* In linnkruptrsr aq?,Pa. letorlilil. : ,
lI gathering rates were, president of the Florida Chautau- II. Ogden( Garnish M. R. Itergln. umlerlffne. Aclmlnlntrittora./ All I>|IH HUbjert* to conflrjkk- r'i"1

Bits ol established for this form of ser qua. Refreshments were served at II. Hayes and K. P. Caughey.a 1927 This 13th day of October, A. D. lion store of Referee at Plant. In CIt" '\; .' J \

vice. They were high because ol the close of the meeting. J _- <>. W OOT.SON and; opm for In..lIon fo ./.utt1fll.. .11

I the epuralty of traffic, the 'uncertainties Mr. and Mrs J. A. Lawrence \OTITK TO I>..:..roim ABIpCnelI'l'0n I* A. COLSON In.f.'or T".d..y Inspection Oct or 16.s ..r ..J : .r!! .. .
and the amount of hand and daughter; Jeanette, returnedto .. dress. TruSlee.w 'r '\\.i:
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dling Involved. And the step-ups Keystone Heights from North '1RP.
lacal Notice Is hereby given thut' nilcrvditorR Tampa, Ptnfldi .
Nes In charges were frequent lu comparison Olrard Pa., where they have been legateuadlstriu; .:. nnil 1111 HI-KKN Ntl.RNotlfe n. Pox 1193-811 First Nat. Hunk1021ltlltiS l'
I to the mileage Involved. I during the summer. Robert A. nil other persons hnvlnw rlnlmHnitnlnnt FSI11g. Phone 2168. '
th* Kntnt of John O folMIIII In hereby Klven that .at 3nVliu'k ,tlTallahasHre _
"When joint through rates to Cooper who has been spending the. ctecenHpil. are hvr bv requlrcdto p m.. .Krliluv>r 2H. y
Our their salt' Cliilmii to the lioiior-,: 1U7! I will offer fur mil, and. willHe'll '
Concerning People Business and distant markets were promulgated summer at Conneaut Lake Park, -Post office: to. .be. I' ,
able llvn. DaritlMrr
county lodgeof hluhext bidder" for Cush
Progress of the County and Town.niutmnuininitiffinv these\ gathering; ; rates were absorbed Pa., returned with them. Bradford I'oun.yIorhllt.. fur his I' t he "'I'.I."h'o: '$ I "1f of general: inerohHlullHt : established on campus of Unive- ;, 'A!I \
into them practically Intact. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Bryant returned -j I approval| within one year h ont dale, and' fixture, !*, (1,115111lit log of Florida.
hereof, or this notice will be hold In I thn HHHetM of $lIn1t""Io..rlf., riant, city .N,1 ;
They are still an integral partof,, to their home in Keystone'

.-?'/aeaA.aINIAAIenaII' ,"""" ', ....".... ''' ''''''. ,'itwittitiw.- .flitHiiiiiiiii'tiwfp' *tfwiii'' ''.".?',.....'.'.n'nmllmmlmlaminaminAAllSIIise the Florida. rate structure though t Heights Sunday from Bangor'
the Florida of today bean no resemblance Mrs F. S. Babbitt 1\e'l --
Beatrice '
Lullcu tpeiit lat>t Our Itojnl Society line in .. '
com to the Florida forwhich at her home with three tables of !
week" viulUng lii Leesburg.a. plate; get rviKly fop CliriNtiiiiuRifts I I'|
these rates were set up. The I bridge Saturday afternoon Vel- [
D. Colson of Brooker was i,a now. Sft.mtM.rg.. truck shipments in the early 80's | low and white were the colors GROCERIESThere

visitor In town Tuesday. amounted to virtually nothing.Now | rled out In decorations und l'ar-I

Sum Stern berg, who la a student they are around 76,000 carloads I freshment. Mrs. Rllhhlt t'll guests; I e i
of the .. !Mesdames. K A. is keen satisfaction' in jtct-
Dunk of Miami. University: of Florida' ,., a year. And full curs" are Included the

JVIrH. J. T. Moore of Luutey. spent the week-ed with his parents -. loaded l at every producing pointof Smith F M. Wulruth M K (Ilerigin. ling KMHgroceries: \ nt satiny-prices

Mr and !Mrs N Sternberg any consequence. C. C !Moore W. A. Wilson J. Ia'aa'w
wan In Starke Monday chopping i! i ( -anil and that I is what we offer the
'I "Hut the pinch In the transport I Jo). Larson and the Misses (lertiinloIK

Mrs J. C. Rampley of Gary; Knnln of Tan pa. spent. the t ttatlon situation does not end I Houser.' Helen J. Lawrence. hotisew j i\ i'.s of Starke in our weekly

Wallis In vlHltlng her mother !Mrs latter part of List week with his there Florida enjoys no such i I Jeanette' Lawrence. Kll.ubelhCaughey : specials on staple and fancy grocer t

S. P. 110 mrlck. uncle and aunt. Mr and Mrs JW. blanket rate us Its chief competitor and Arneet und HelenOgden. ies. All of our stocks are fresh

Morgan/ attending the football California. The latter has a ,. '
Mrs. I). T. Clark of Miami. i It'I game In Jacksonville Saturday blanket rate on <.II rut fruits of i :Mr und Mrs.: n. II Ogden. und \ and I the .prices we quote this week a .

visiting her parents !Mr and !Mrs' $1.55 a hundred pounds for all Mr. and Mrs. C H. Clarke were cannot he equalled for such high

', 1 points east of Denver In entertained nt dinner nt the homo ,
N. D 1 \runwrlght.Mrs. Frank Salmon who has spent. : except I I grade: groceries.: .ye'
i I the New England territory no ''orIr.! and Mrs. Jo;. I' Caughey;
some time III Starke as a member 4
Emma C'unova has ax her f :the' Slate Rand Department left matter what their point, or origin 'Ion Friday. Oct.\ 14. '

guest !Mrs. Hilda Williams of. l'Sunday for the west roust, being In California or how far east they. !I !Mr and Mrs Her! Tern-1 returned IRISH POTATOES 10 Pounds for 34c | w
Lakeland. employed there now go; The rule for the New 1':111.1Inlld ; lo their dome. In KeystoneHeights ,

tt territory Is only I throe. 'onts''' ; on Tuesday Oil\ I 11 fromConneaut -- .. . .-

Tim 9I.OO how nl "NlfiiiltrruVr I ,.; In spite| of HH> high,.; price. of cote > u hundred pounds higher.; ; Lake Pa.

t n't Ix Ix-iit. 'ton SK-rnlxM-K'N Is Hllll keeping,.; | "Against this Florida presents a.'i Miss Helen .1. Lawrence enter Sugar Pure Cane Granulated 10 Lbs. 65c

|II-CI>H "u"n. I differing' rate from each of 1.7UD tallied Saturday ('vl'llll1llit; her ,
Mrs. Stanley C'. Cornell of Or- I points of origin to 14.00?, ditfer.I, home with .three !tables of bridge

.. Ii mond Heach Is vIxltliiK her parents The IVmoreHt. Stock Company lent' consuming points making a'': Her guests; were: Misses Gertrude Tomatoes hand pckd. No. 2 6 for 49c '

Mr. and Mrs. K A. Scott. has closed for the eu"ollllid Ml r. I' staggering; ; total of approximately ;, HoiiHer, Jeunette lawrence Kll/n-: ,
24.000000, different helh ( Helen Ogden and
possible Cntighev
.1 -- and !Mrs. K. F Demorest ,
are expected -
Dr. J. It Carrodlne' and HUM, rates. Arnectu Ogden; und the :MessrsduiiiKe "
In Starke during I the coming Sweet Potatoes Porto Rico 10 Ibs. 32c
Lee of Lawtey were visitors 1 In week I L. Illrd, Donald K:. 1'iing-! :
"Under their blanket rate California ,
Starke Tuesday. born. Robert (Gulton Harold (U. ?
shippers enjoy tlciilly
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: MI'". It. A. Weeks :Mrs L A i! unlimited reconslgnment; and diversion Lawrence and Robert A. CoperLawrence ., I
4t Mr. and Mrs L. A. Davln spent Wulrnlh: who Is attending BACON Dried Salt Per Pound 18cWilson's
!. Davis and !Mrs. '\'. L. Wall went" i privileges. They cull start '
the week-end In Pernandlna with I the University nt ialnes f .
lo Fort Myers Tuesday to attend II i (cur out cif Kll'iiHo or somo other

w his Col.mother--Joe 11111 Mrs..VilHaniH Mary A (if Davis- Lake the Daughters annual convention of the CUllr"dl'l'u'y.of the United !'I[ fiom western. the one same point market freight and; to keep rate another It so moving long under -; of E'1I1"Ir.villa Keystone!spent. und, Sunday Heights Mrs.; F with Wulruth his par Picnic Hams; 3 to (6 Ibs. ea.: 22c 16.

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Butler. was it business, visitor In ;Miiiilinltiiii shirtN, llnulliyciiliiK us It keeps an eastward direction. '
b Starke Saturday. and it lot of o.llt'roC..I| until It I Is sold Tltl CK 'ITIl'U'I.:1t: Peas Blue
/ brand No. 2 4 49c
A Ford truck with high Hides,, Ridge cans
Ji relillble 1II"T('Illllllllsll. < | "SI.-I'll. "Hut the bulk of Florida's perIxhahle ,
Coming to the Rig Fair at the used. for Iriinxportlng. ; live stock,
IM rg'N.Mr. .triilllc.! outside of that solilcm _
"l Club House Oct. 20. :27.! 28th turned over cm t the street, corner ;
-- order, IH billed Initially to Wednesday afternon much to I theilisiomfoit Wesson Oil Pts. 25c Qts. 52c 1-2 Gal. 96c

Mr. and Mrs. C 1) Shank of : and Mrs. If V. Knight: ; hate)I recimslgiiinciit I ; or diversion points, of the driver and the ,
us their guests; tho lallo;>r's sister! stub' us West Jucksonvllle or Wuvcross )' t .
Jacksonville( spent the week-end IWo mules being taken to a
with her mother, !Mrs It. L. Lewis. and brother-in-law.: 'and Mrs or Savannah Ia! Before acar 'oll..tnH'llon, camp south of Starke I ONIONS Yello\\TGlob
\V. \\'. Bartow and two Interesting ( readies such a \point the Shipper ) In making I ho turn at I the corner l 3 pounds 14c'Flour
children of must ,determine whether It ,
Mr. L. II. Partridge; of Lake Wilmington; Del.Mrs if[ Call und Jefefison' the muleswarn
hall be diverted to --
a western
City, was a visitor In town Saturday ------- thrown against tho) side. of I

i : Laura Olive Cieshaw of central of eastern niaikel Omc lie I mm'bine and I heir ('oll1hllll'll''IoIht Sunset Self rising 24 pounds $L15 ,
It bus left the diversion point. Us ,
Ji Coleman stopped over In Sturke \\ ( tinned the machine liroudtlele -

Mrs. T. J. Alderman has UK herr for a few days' visit with !Mr. and general l direction. cannot be changed The. ililver suffered a linclly. .- 1 "fIi'Il" 1

i guest; !Mltm I Ethel (lower of Url>ana Mrs. L. S. Hutto enroute to her costs without Incurring added freight; \\-r"lll'ht'.llpg. and 1 although; clumpd \ All fresh Fruits and Vegetables In Season +

111.Mrs.. home after a two months visit InTennessee. on the brick, \paving I ;, the mules
/ Kentucky and) Georgia; "This situation not only pie soaped In jury 'iJ 4

-- ---- vents Florida from realizing full) ---- .
L. II 11111 of Law ley. was on Its advantages; of nearness' to Apples I l'\j. Y. State Evaporate! Pckg llc
We are lack lu uur store and
:' a visitor to Starke Wednesday' afternoon market but wipes out tills r\.
/ filling station the highway'north \
on _
In certain A WOftCOLUMN
age areas.
of Slarkl.'e will [
carry a IIdVIlI1I-1 CFNT
;,M large variety of merchandise Stop fur .example un elghl-l> ( I Dates Black Palm 41-2 package lOc '

Col. D. K. Knight; spent several III and see us Sterl Courtney. uf i oranges from Arcadia I .. ,
days of this week In Green Cove Sturke. Flu It* Omaha :Nel a distance of l.UMi" -
Springs attending the fall term miles, Is $1.21.! Rut a seveiily- I All National ----- ---------- ;
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circuit( court for Clay county. Mr. Niles Hay stopped here. for elgbt-pouncl box eau be shipped.. iVANTKIl, !; Second, runner !MIN Crackers 2 for 9c
from. Los Oiuulm, ,
Angeles to I.I
\4f the week-end enroute from New ; sloimry strawberry plants. T S. .
i 4!' Mr. George C. White state bunk York to Miami to visit relatives Jill( miles for 1.21 Williams Stnrke !-23-tf> : -

exam:110r. went to O'ulaIolltluy.: Mr. Ray Is a former Starke boy After discussing the :Mexlianitnd '
I.OST Dark buy horse mule, lit.
alter spending; the week-end herewith and Is now employed, In the loan Cuban competition\ lu the pro-
tie bit bog-uucked; weight/ betwren '
his wifeMesdames department,, of the( \ I'lrst National' ',ti liiitlon of tomatoes und peppers 750 un.. KilO pounds, 'T''L
Mr: furthers tin-si
Taylor Ryb
, limit II years old Jumped y
. J. M ih'ownlec. W. L.. :Misses Florence Andrews Virginia I I hoilghts"Hope. I'rom pasture quarter mile 14(01111 I..; I 11 ra

\ Wall nnil J.. K. Wilson, spelt Pil- ,1>; Weeks Hazel Mlddleton. who > nt relief lies III two di of Supp\ I station Uu>'mond, liilfli fttr l a

a day In I'aUlka the guests c.f( Mr.I lire students at thu Florida State I'' ,eition One IH u higher tariff .. Ualford. _!:1-31111() !! NEXT TO POST Omc*
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, I and( Mrs. William Strinnfellow; Woman's College; Tallahassee -vail. and, this h IIUH been requestedif fry
1 VANTKI: : ) Hear from OWIII'rralH.h
spent the week-end at home Tmey I. the tariff commission und will
I for Ball State cash price
. m Miss Grace Wood spent l the were atrompunled by !Miss DorothvDelwiler. I)'e sought; also from congress! The
H. F. Bush. Mlnnea- '
;. week-end with her parents.. Mr. who Is also ""1'1"111"| 'itlier Is. an encouragement of research pollM.particulars Minn. lo.II.t<; .-== --=-:= .:. -- = :oO--=::O"n -'. h_ --.....-. --- -- =.>0-

and !Mrs. A. Wood I there. und experimental> 1 work to :.It
: 'II aldei, the 1 Irod.orllon 1.ossl11hlllle. .. --

% I.ullis', ..1......-) ilrcum-i* tinh, I Don't forget; the Dig! Fair at th.,>. ', of the state. These posslblllllei. s FOK all IIRN'TSix modern: conveniences room house, with Mrs .,IN.III,;; .dlaLULIINO ,, i i, l'

s 1L03 ill Sh-rnberg's.Miss "; Club House. Three big days Dirt t. are" very greiil S Jo'. Hamrlck I I'I, ',. _. '
'N'o knows the number r I '
26. 2Mr 8Ih.I one oltropical I'
Edna Manning spent the ._ -_ -___.__ and subtropical 1 plant)N FOIL ILENTStore building; near !

week-end with her parents Mr.1 and !Mrs. Kilwln: Soother. ,HI now growing; In ,different parts ol r depot $8.00 month l-rooni f. .I

and Mrs. J. C. Manning. lof Valley Center. Mich, arrive Illhe' world that may be adapted tc I house with garage; ; $15.00month. I 0 4 ; ; Jit

Wednesday and Wllllll''IIllhe' winter Florida' conditions' declared Dr, Slerl Courtney, Sturke, '- I it; "
a Everyone in town will be at the' In Starke. They have apart David Falrchlld. veteran chief ol f Fla. It. ,a STOVESAn ,) l I

i Big; Fair at the Club House Oct. manta at the home of Mr a IK(i the United States Department ol t -' 'j f ,
| 26. :27! 28th. Mra. F. A Scott. Mr. and Mrs. Agriculture. Florida, Indeed. WANTKD--You to see our exhibit t "

: Southers are well-known to tin e could be made I the greatest; garden of fruit trees and ornamentalsat f :

Mr. and Mrs. A. II Hall of Crescent older residents of Starke havlm g since Kden.: tIn Woman's Club. Oct. 28 27. \:.<

City spent several days last made their home here some twent y concluding: ; his article on 28. II. B. Wiggins.; I f

(week In Starke visiting; Mrs. Hall's I years ago. "Florida's Question Marks" the .
with the
FOUND -II. I n. Wiggins; ; 4
1 [parents, Mr. and Mrs I.. S. Hutto ---" writer quotes a former president
I best on all kinds of fruit
1 A party of Southslders, includIng of the Florida Bankers' association trees prices and ornamentals. Unusually Large Showing t fir'

(Place your orders for Xmas' ; J. F. Whlre Jr, Miss Hub), It concerns the first point "

,cards early. 10 per cent discount Parks. Miss Dorothy Fisher. Gwei:I, mentioned at the beginning/ of thin LOST lly not planting pecans; In I

\Fallowed on orders given before Peterson and Ralph Brown at. alt, 1.,1", ,iTeutlvo agriculture; If It the. \past let right; See H. D. L

,'Nov 1st Phone 113J. James I jcompunled by chaperons will depart may he termed that Wiggins and prices. now. fi SPECIALLY PRICED
ewls. Immediately after Florida "And beyond" Mr. Taylor writes .
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.Kentucky: game; tomorrow foi "there Is the Important factor of

Miss Dorothy Bishop who" ban | Klngsley; lake. They are all guest; ''new' crops i which might bo Introduced When the Bile Stops .. .. .. .
been spending; Home time In Starke i at a house party In the central 1!I not only l producing; new 'Ihitt'K ;lien you. Hit Nick an,l h "- -- -
I ?in .rr ni rlH.. Ins' I...... pill nt night' '
fan the guest of Rev. and Mm! It. I Florida resort Ja'k..un'IIIt''Jollrnal. wealth but relieving the pressure when you irn to l bed wilt\ net un tn.* I
,B. Carlton has returned to her on existing crops. IK"r sod! start tho I blle. The family in need l of a "1'\\' :stove\ for tJ'alinhluld( !\ see' ( t
1'jlionis! in Cedar Key. --- -- 'Agriculture; Is our chief Nrrf'n9Lie Iru10 :
TIIIUICTKKN: : <'IIILPKKNTTKM : source" of wealth As a state we I LANE'S LLS. I the new models in our annual Hhiminjr every one .sjurially, 1 1"rict.d ) k ,

n TuilormadcHultH from Mt4>ni- .\ : ) IlKI'MOV: ( Of are situated to produce agricultural .. .

I '1'''''' are u Ihhlg,.; of ...-..u.). and, neurn. ... l>. HWKtT: Ftv111.1'J products and their most t rJ@t6 (.7PVI lo encourage early f>lIrchast.. Thl'YIre all standard(

for nt 1"1' ><. h""I' > valuable and profitable form and I I
.Joy make
COFFINS & CASKETSnd stoves, incorporating all that is: new for in fuel '
economy ,
,. D. Sweat of Halm, celebrated seuiton These facts should he !

Mrs. S. F. Hamrlck has returned his seventieth birthday anniversary kept uppermost In our thinkingand a Full Line of uses: and (..fnci'ncy.Ve hujr est you make an early inspection :
from Savannah. Ga., where she has at a family reunion at planning" said Dr J. H Ther- X, y

been visiting her son-in-law and the home'of his son L M, Sweat roll of Ocala recent president of Undertakers' Supplies to a.judlny delay in delivery. Wo sell these: models right j: ;

(''dalll1hter.; Dr. and( Mrs. C. W. Don- 201 I Tenth street the Florida Bunker's association."We > .

{ Jay, for several weeks. Among those present were the need to make a far larger AUTOMOBILE IIEARSE from the floor so first: come<< 'first :served.New I ti j. II III

Immediate family of Mr and Mrs. Investment In experimental and AI..... .. ...... Tk tott
t t tr tr
y ( Mrs. T. S. Hewke has, as her Sweat. Including/; eight sons E. research work, to consider It In .. th. .I...... prC_ .__....... Mwall. I i I
I. I.i..r.pb
e"IA. Mrs. William O. Pierce and W.. JI. D. S. I D. II J.. and Cutrls terms of gain rather than expen BKCISTBBBU BMBALMBBDEWITT i -

ughter.: Merle of DeLand l. who of Balm and R. J., L. M. and MH diture. When we fully realize the I I I t .. '

I| ve been spending the summer .. of Tampa. Five daughters were great; possibilities of our state we I C. JONES Perfection Oil HeatersAllen's
; Wllloughby\ Ohio. Mesdames M. M. Lee. W. V. Wads- wilL. Holly wood News. I STARKE. FLA.

W. D. McLeod and Leon I ,
.. worth ........................ Parlor Furnaces I
r ".,u can now (get.; jour li>lntf* Stephens, and Miss Bessie Sweat. CDCI I.D I.

Hose nt SU-rnberK's. Four son-ln-lawa, eight/; daughter. K '
: J Keystone Heights JMl I Reps and Coleman Gasoline Heaters '
jIt. -- In-laws 35 grandchildren and two 1
/; ... tide O.J.B, Ci r. *
I. Owen Orlffln. who Is attending great; grandchildren.Mr. ; WOOD HEATERS-SEVERAL STYLES :'riEt ,
Jacksonville Business College Sweat Is a pioneer In Hills-. ........ ..............1 Say it with Flowers AND SIZES.. "' ..

..p eat the week-end with his mother borough county having moved Keystone Heights Oct. 21.---Ai ..11
I Flowers For All :
'Mrs. O. J. Griffin.ttl here with his father and mother I big community meeting was held -- ---- .. w 1

? I __ __.MH.V_ H from Bradford county when a boy. '1 Monday evening Oct 17 at Key- I' Occasions J .I II '
\jMr J Laurie Edwards of Jack- He settled In the southeastern sec I tone Inn. Mrs. E. A. Smith lead

. 1100 l11e. was the guest of her par- tion of the county which then was ., In some community songs and several DeWITT C. JONESHARDWARE f ,

entaj J Mr. and Mrs. W M. Struth a wilderness and built his own I very Interesting talk. were Gertrude GodbeyAnderson .

yrlday.1HoII.. home a cabin of bewn logi.; The I. delivered. Among!; the speakers '

land was cleared and fenced by I I for the evening; were Senator F .1, .11 /

John C. Coffin of Johnstown the ancient methods, no modern P. Miller! p-eq'd..nt. of the Lawrence ST ARKJo FLORIDA "

and William Knabb of Ral- tools being available. Mr. Sweat Des-e"n" Company, and Phone 3> Waldo. Via. J .' I. '

tad; were visitors In town Mon I sow live In the tame house.h .- J'a'oir/ -' or Washlniflk" ,.. ., -.... Jj

tmpa Tribune, Oct. 19th. (' -- > wasr J __I'asamlwimialmYWlllmnlw. "cc.. ''wsrIgmaWnlmi''' .. ''ealMUpeNWaIsullie.Iii_ ''.' '' .timtllqwlIWM114Salaalneeamnall11ANllseat''' ''' ''''" "' .. '''''""""''_....''''''I.'slat''.aINLA1. l _.',. JI ,
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.am FOUR ___ -
, -J* -- --- -'- ....' ... Mlas Florrle Terry wall shopping Conner. Richmond Williams drunkenness Valparaiso Coastal highway
i run I
Mil : of. / In Jacksonville last week Mr, H. C. Cone and Children, ; plead guilt $20 and coats survey finished from Walton county -
1 f :! I Mr. A. M. Lewis wall a business Pansy and Carl of Gainesville : or 90 days. This was Williams' line to Sunset Bay at Valparaiso. -

ayp Cur visitor to Starke Monday. were visiting/ relatives here Sat- I second appearance before Judge .
non W. B. Torode was in Jacksonville urday and Sunday. Gardiner on the same charge and Jacksonville First Christian

font (Ik/tlstd.. .'Fire Friday- Mrs. Harry Edwards and daughter 1 his One was double the first sentence church constructing 2-story brick
..f"' Law-of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. McLood of Helen of Gainesville were given him for the first building costing $25,000 at Churchand
"n 1 ; swept Melrose were In Lawtey Monday visiting. ; relatives here Sunday. 'offense. Judge Gardiner Informed
a.... early last Julia streets.
afternoon. Mrs. T. N. Norman attended :
budmm to the Williams that the next time he
; I Orlando Winter Garden
church at Pine Level Sunday. -
) Mra. W. C. Wooten and children
Hl ll Phone 29 This la the appeared before him on this charge
theInt spent Saturday at Klngsley' lake Mr. and Mrs H. L. Norman of Orange county baa more
. I has ever I with her parents Mattta and Ellen Norman and Lily he would receive a six months sen- than 700 acres planted to bell pep
and It
> 1)sto -- -
" McHae, motored to Jacksonville tence.
az Lawtey pers.
Ii' ANSIH'." ("J.\n1ST:: OF Adklnu. 1 : VANDERBILT Saturday and were accompanied
; out.
Ida. JoSO.\(11: FNThue : O. L. -.-...... home by Mr. and Mrs. W. B.
M. \ wore burn !Mr. and Mra. J. C. Alvarez and Kloodsworth.
ui!I Washington. U. C., Oct. 14.; L.. of the light family attended the funeral of Mr. Math: Wasdln of Graham
he.\. The enticement of Ensign AusuMIn Curpcii. fire started Mr. Harry Milliard Sunday at the was a business visitors here last 1

,:;t'l Calvin Iconic, U. S. N., uonof of frame ware- Swift Creek cemetery week.

nci .Judge and Mrs. Augustln V. \ by J. Mr. Clevy Norman of the University Misses Ida Mae and Edith Con-
owe Long of Gainesville, Fla.,, to Miss :\I.'rl: ; spread to of Florida spent the week- ner attended church at Pine Level
i EllzabilhValHh. Is announced byt" by L. II. I last Thursday night
,"b end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.F .
and Mrx.uu& I Tho real estate
e : Mlaa\ Walsh's M. Normun.Mr ---
: John Walsh of thin city. Mr. Long I Woman'H' to the large and MrH. W U. Hlnudsworth RIMING :MOWSMr.
' \\ ":. Torode.
the Uultt-d
t wan graduated from and family of Jacksonville, spent
Tha ) States Naval Academy In tho ('lnll.1 I 1e67. ut from Starko the week-end with relatives here. ; and ;\11'''. T. Ii. Stokes" and
of 192(1( No il.Uo him boeu ant for "] bob ,'g 1 but could<1 MISHea lea Mae and Lubedia Alvarez children of Wnlilohllcil' at the I AnnouncementEDWARDS

';'n':;i I the i>ildliiBTho lum was I' ,; buildings and William Suj>|> attended home of II. :SI. McKiu: SUIUIII '. I
hit r unnounremeut ofI.OIIK'H lnalgnnepl : (concentrat Mr Maurice Lewis and I II
: ak church at Hellhronn springs Saturday i I
.y 1 unKiwnu'Mt to MHH! Walsh flowers /{ to night.MlHxes motored over to Luke Butler Sunday I
'i '
the !
a" will bo leurnt'cl with Interest by to evening
!Mary and Theluiu Alvarez -
,eDIii..e", lila many friends throughout the Mrs | railroad Hodman KeddlHh and Clevj \ Mr. J. S. Suiip' and son. 1>Felix

,w" t Hlalo. Ensign: 1 Long held I Iliu olllcu/ inefficient Lewis and Norman attended church ut It at- made a business trip to Jacksonville

, putrn of Midshipman Lieutenant Junior order of I : I| caught onI ford. Saturday night.Mr. I .Friday.The ,
'! \: Rrado. In Ki" lini>nliil corim during pleted i I quickly ex many friends of !Mr. Harris
take arid :Mrs. L. L O'L'onner at
' ni, his aciilor your at Annapolis.MHH to : was un- Milliard were grieved to learn of
1 toudecl church at Pine Level Ian t
;' : | Walnh Ix one Washing- and would .his death which occurred at the SERVICE
dfl.. night,
, 't ton's most popular and uttraulvowidely a ) out. Thursday home of his daughter !Mrs. Maud
Miss| )Huth Supp spent Sundu.
tetoal: t t # !Rlrls.MRS. I the I Crosby, on Sunday., October Oth.I .
: Rosa and Hetli.
ning of returned with her cousins
tall I Ilutll' : I Ills body was laid to rest at KattlOHiiuke -
: ririifilKiTi.KNTKHTAIM; IOHO of I where demons.MlHHea,
cef I : : H Weeks friends and Mary and Cnn.lal'y1 11I1''Z cemetery near New Illv-
: ,' ,' She \' nM| >nt Sunday with Mslsesflenctte er.
-- was
A this
large number from secttiun -
,: y Mrs. .1. r lj .....k..11. wan hosti'HH new year Mexdamos and. Gladys Carter.Lilllo attended services at Pine Level -
It. to ii number uf bur friendTliurHday / ail join' : A. Haclford, Harold !l ormu.lI. son of Sunday evening.Hcv. ,
':at afternoon. An nltr'U'1red /and < for the 10. 1 Norman: Is very 111 this weekand .
. Raymond preached a veryIntorenting
wish. him recovery -
color srlieme wan car- meeting we speedy
t Live autumn
I that
sermon was very
rs// rind out. .effectively three tabluHbuliiK lilt ",' .,. I and much enjoyed by all those present I

\i'o arranged for curd At theIds I II Hooks, 1 i idle! and j 1 :Mr. and MCH." O. R Alvarez: spoilt Mr. Jeff Lewis hud, the misfortune -:

I ,,"liiHlon of I Iho K'lniuH' I1 r. K. guests visited :Mr. the week with Mrs. Alvarez's parrnts. of getting his mule's. leg

, hl: M. JoluiH us winner of high ncnro'I DowlliiR : : : Sunday. !Mr and Mrs. J. L Under broke Saturday night by some Open For Business
tot I
embroidered County: and
was awarded a hand bill. reckless automobile driver. Also
Del. curd table cover. Mrs O. !?. lluynos teen ( the I). K. :Mlnnes Eva and five Edwards Injured his cow. I

.i II received: a pair of runcllos us "0orat I Mr. ) night. | I'lva' arid Virile Damage and. Ag- !Misses Wheeler and Durden of I

. I und l high, while Mra. 11. It. Llm- for a real estate I nes Sapp, Mary and George; .. .aulI Hampton were visiting In this section -
r"f bauRb; wua !given u not of tablet the "' ", t the Town | tner motored to Johnstown Sunday Sunday, SATURDAY OCT. 22

ar1) markers as Iho consolation.! MrH. and Thursday: afternoon.Mr. Oon't forget n. Y. P. Sunday ,

..r, Pickerel 1 nerved her !guestd' an attractive. and Mrs F, M. Norman and night 7 o'clock

' : tilcken salad course.of Mrs. I: ( Torode hud. :MrH. Martha Supp were visiting .-----
. ThOHO present were: Mesclamos music I and Mrs 'relatives' In franker Kilclay.. rovvrv U'Ia's: ('O"UT

"r J I II. It. MmbuilKh. It. ,I. Davlrt. O. bag : Hoberts and I :Mr. and !Mrs." I.. I.. O'Conner and

to L.. UenHley 1 10.: M. Johns C. A Carded ( ) and i.fondly attended church at Emanuel Schell Byrd of Iruham, charged

Knlghl, A. Z. A hi us, O. L.. lliiynon, .1. I I.. .*, and ) Sunday. with selling liquor: plead guilty.;
Ut L. F. Smith N Slernburn J. M Hang t : and two Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Conner spent $200 and costs or four months. 1 Quart FREE OIL Given

nD Mitchell,
hi'', To n I -- --

t -'I I Irr. trio i I J and Mrs. n.! -
:MKF.TIMJ: : : c..MKTIIOIMST: : : Mrs. J. Tuesday: In

J his 'lIl:1t1'lI: ( SOCIETY K.Tile' I I Wells of Wrn J. ILIFFE With Each Five Gallon
.t: The Missionary Society of the Antes, ,' !Mrs. Knot. -- ---
5.. church held Important !
Methodist un
" torso
afternoon : Cooten ,
: business ineetliiK Monday "uun.Ut .
t there buliitt present I the i Springs (iRAVINC;J ( OPTICAL REPAIRING.A I Purchase of Gas
I'l following memberx: Mesdames A, ;\ >ol. \ '. : ;

'I 1.i l Wood AV. AnderBon. J.1.V.. I'N'I':: I.: .. I I tine line of ladies: and gentlemen's wrist watches on I i

:4 I I White. 1'. J. I'lerce. J. K C'olley. with his
W. E. Mlddleton. I K. K, I'orryinan. Mrs. : h.nd.;

L'a1 S. S. DowlliiK, A. /. Adklim, James tuliiuil ; : again af Every thing a good( Jeweler should have in Stock.
.( ,, IMckurell 1:. 1\1. Rol>kx. \V. (1. noon at costume.'I.( St Vincent

"[. liable A. W. UudKriive J. II. her / for sev I Telephone Ex. Bldg. Starke Fla.I I
' D ,
.w Hitch and Mitts Amelia Ray. of \
I' After devotional exercises a tractive -'t -- -- Patronage
'o biiBlnoHH 116111
Y'i plans, were made for remodeling hlias !
,:. the Interior of lb. church/ putting four AppreciatedNO

' u: dowu new carpet, etc. MrH.V. l K.Mlddleton ). eral <* *
it 1\1rll. J. II Kill'h and Johns

',;'::1 Mrs. Jltlllea rirkerell are tho coulI her o( / t i CIS WITH LONG SLEEVES NEW THIS YEAR GREEN: !

" in It too appointed to arrange!; for the I bin .
'dOl" ,.work and solicit funds, for the payment '( while !\ I Iu
",! la box _.... u u
.ef' of the hill ,
I second ; I I II I
: l'UNC'Ilt'I' :ANn it l:1'1':1"ri.: : I beautiful l I I.

e el AT OMAN'S; C'I.l'U presented afternoon ,
'e __ __ J
. On lust Tuesday evening theIr I lOll Dainty' I come flutter- 1

I concert given by the mimic department |I close \ chiffons and I

of the Womun'H Club, wan : KiieHts; a with I II
,)1 a brilliant Mueross art bit lea Iby and. : course ruffles.
el'' I ,
tinancLilly A large and appreciative Thiwii styles

i i uiKllc-nrn tilled.. the siatci1)11x were \ \ diag- I
C;, auditorium and hearty applause :Miami; on the i
' ... greeted each number. neon. J. neck-

1 During a brief Intermission. thee A. Z. ; by 'ker- I I
I President of the Club MrH. G. M. I' \\' / side.

Ie Inmiin asked for u silver offering L'. Hitch. formal wear I

..' to be applied on the building fund : and \ the diverting I

r. : and received a generous; response Jackson, hit upon. ,. I IS
: S about 140.00 being donated. Kthel are smartly 1 ",
Ill' I In addltloon to the program !given additional

r' I I by local talent, !Mrs. It. b.! : : new neck- tt l lapt. I
::.z I Johnston of JackHonvllle charmed I care-
: the audience with several voice Mr. \ la the
yl all owe ,.
selections. She was accommpunled eiand +

I by her 811ter.IIKII! Hclty .fence, ( ; I wear.
{ also of JackHonvllle New
'r. riage at
""ti 1 I I All arrangements were In charge Judge : I are new ;tlettTn' :as 11,

n;j t of \In.! 1) K:. Knight, chairman her J ." wear.

. 1.y; of music The .. ,I with long t1ts t t ,( l lrtsl'F
: :Of P Immediately after the concert make I new. And .4 4 !+ the home owner knew just when and how and at
Col. a'1I1IrM! I II. I':. 1 Knight entertained where !\ I In this e'a tt4,
i. i Informally honoring Mr the though what hour the :sneak thief or burglar was to "pull the
little '.'.'.
WI" and MrsV. W. Ilartow of Wilmington I : : chiffon job" at his home-he could of course be prepared and
. .
, .; i Del. MTH. It K:. Johnston union with . I
.. and Miss! llutty Pence of JatkHonville . would suffer no boas: But things don't work out that
. .
Tho . . ,
:Y I and thoHO taking part In the smartest . . .
, I 'I the program, with their fa in(lies I I meeting : It la a :; i(:::::::::::::::::: way.
c i morning 1 ; . . I'
i and a few Invited friend r flowered e tis ..................
rL.1 Time iiHxlMliiiK the hostess In man's bols de rose
The safest method
therefore is to take
d I In otllceTM\ : <:: : :f every reason
I. : serving, dellclou brick "Ice cream six tones of .
, i', and pound cake wero.: tttlamox !I Leila for emI f I able precaution, and one of the most efficient ways to

I O. L. Itoasley J. U. Plckerell. L i Clara I of cherry .
. Hell I protect valuables is in a safety deposit box.
j 1 K. CorpenliiK. 11 V Knight and ': : : I
'1' Misses Harriet Hitch Mary Ca- I Johns. l pleated from
the buck
F nova. Elizabeth Andrews and \ .: I During winter months in Florida i is the time when
Until Sternberg 'I Ial :. of bobs de Apple grrttt flat crepe combines plrasnntly with plaid In the ,

b I i hm long neck.sleeves The model to tho left called "Caprice." The other, "LI"CUII"II "," Ia I I- II sneak thieves are most active. A safety deposit box '
AKTKIOOOX: i c IiG"i: j i Pierce chiffon print and lace ensemble.almond .

J riA'll TKIIT.\INK: : I 1 long: I here at our bank costs little. Valuable papers, flat silver
t I ,
ti I : ,,,, of and so on clear to the puff sleeve with tight cuff which,
J- -- I owe'en Its Puritan; deep blue green called, jungle. It has a charm all Its own. Tilt and other valuables: are safe and insured against loss.
Mra.' N. Sternberg was hostess at the which ties I is decidedly the "wearing of the blouse of the Jumper emphasizesthe
!r' to the Krld.iy Afternoon Bridge I dleton. of the I green" for sports. slight puff of the sleeve. The
1'Jlil i, Club at( her home laHt Friday. The ior Club Today we show "Caprice," an plain neck Is crowded Into obscurity

rooms were attractively decorated topped by a apple green frock wherein flat by the jaunty. 'kerchief
'\ and three tables were arranged; Is .'I bat In the I crepe Is biased by plaid taffeta which ja t worn to one side. Step in. See for yourself. Let us explain the low
,.H for cards. At the conclusion oft year 'i has a cherry That la to say Biased plaid taffeta With sports costumes small:
": the carnell, Mrs. J. L. Peek as hold. |I wan (, 1 I I a Jaunty In tone of green forms the pleated bats continue the favorites. cost and the service we extend to all our patrons.
. t s er of high score was given a pair climbing up skirt, bands the 'kerchief and Appllqued hat ornaments thh!
..t of hand embroidered pillow cases I and a cou- fashions the tailored belt. season hold an Importance al
... \ ,\ '.: : :, Long-sleeved sports wear con- their
while Mrs. K. M. Johns as second : extending own. They may be the MAKE THIS BANK YOUR BANK
tinues popular. Of :
sides course for owner's favorite dog, or horse or
' high; was awarded a hand embroidered -
A actual workout on courts or links represent her favorite b-
+ pin cushion. Chocolate covered the ,' the short sleeved frock with separate featuring golf sticks a tennl
.. nuts were on the tables during House year no Jacket Is more practical. But scene or motor. Or they may b> i
the and at the conclusion from .
games be given a- sports wear that In reality Is fashioned an. Intricate monogram worker.
r.l Mrs. Sternberg, served tier : pepper for town or porch wear continue out so cleverly that U would take "Bradford County's Financial Stroochold"I
cneata a dolletoua Bated*oune.II. ui Jade to favor lone sleeves a wlaard to figure out. unaided I,
ro '
Those enjoying the afternoon All gooseberry "Caprice" sponsor the long Just what the letters are .
,t were: ,1\h'lIdeme.' j, L,. Peek A. Z. pear In !

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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1027 \
bar thereto and nil Indebted City.\ Fin and Stark 'P't"rht.I'IAI. ,,' '',,t 'VI
Interesting because of bls kin. W A. Wilson C. C. Moore to to I... held In the olHce., of .... Ybayat j
-- Estate requested
_..........""' ... wu.ww.anwi iio'iooiiii1 i.........--=--n-.;:;-'- (Continued from Page One) ( doubly W. Mllade F. S. nabbitt.: Wm. S. Pierce \ to their unlit' Bald dehti are forthwith to pay the Referee In ltavnkru tey. Tampa.Hubjecm '
with Dr. O.
to the North."Socalled. association uinlemlRneil A<1mlnlntnitorii.This 1<'1.... All bide to ( ;
gathering rates were president of the Florida l'hautau. II. Ogden. Carnl b. M. K. Rergln lath day of October A. O.m tlon of Befert'e nct nkua\ ,i
If'otr'I" 'I
servedthe at H. Hayes, and E. P. Caughey.irlcll ?. Slurs at Plant
of Her- qua. Refreshments were lit iC MYto
I established for this form fipvn fur inspection ,
COt.SON anti t
-+ O. '
Bits of vice. They were high becausethe 01 close of the meeting. U A. COLSON '" I.Tu..dny., Oct. 28. *.ark855eVdress "? Jf 'e9'cor \
Mr. and Mrs J. A. I..aWTence' "( TO Imn'rona AI\U limintctltin. ,,.
sparslty of traffic, tho uncli lIr.I .'HtU.'I'OH8 10-11.01-13-9 AdinlnlstrutanI Tru... .' "r ,I
( talntlea and the amount of hand- and daughter Jeanette rpturlled ----- W. II., "O.o\OIJ. TuMe. t

i I' dUng Involved. And the step-u to Keystone Heights from North Notice 'In hereby given that nit KI'KKN: MI.RXoilcr l>. O. I1nx 892.811. Flrrl Temps Nat., Peelide Hunk I +r ,w.

local Ness I I In charges' were! frequent In coipartson Glrard Pa., where they have b"f'n eredttairaq; IvKatvos, dlstribut.e. andall Kill. I'lione 2166. 10.2i -1t-1U\ -J8TallahasHoe
rlntmti' I
other d I-
to the mileage involve II during the summer RobertCooper A. against the perHnnn K.tat.. nf John I':. ,'..1. In hereby given I that at t : 4
I "','I-k. i>. in. Friday. : Oitolier 2N.1KJ7. \
l I required
IIPt'ndlnltile hereby
who has been : ileceiiKeil are
When through rates to any willsell
milo nml
I to: their said I riiilmx, tn. the lliuiorRblo 1 will offer for -Pout ofQce to. .be.

Concerning Our People, Buinet and : distant markets were promulgat. summer at Connenut with them Lake l'ark. ) leo. A. Oiircllner...Klorlilu county for Jucl binHpprnval >t1l the:' *\\I.h: 4'Oiit* highest lHln'; >c bM.ler uf general' fur: cash mtrclmnillHt' : 'established\ ou campus of .. : 1
returned or liruilfortt 4oiinty ,
these gathering rates were absoi IPa. flxl COIIHI lint tog' I
tom dale and cares of Florida. ,
within t
the and Town.liiumammmiiiiintimiimimiunniiiminim'im oin
of year f
Progress County
and Mrs C. K. Bryant re- = plant'
I 'pd Into them practically Intact. I Mr. hereof or tlilit notice will he hold In the peseta of An nt KimcnlielK

They are still an Integral part,of turned to their home in K..ystoll" I .. I,

1' "" .' '""Ime mllllmom"rro"rr"ma'''' .. -','emno'mrm.. '' .' '''''m''mnmBiimniimiiiiiiiiiiiiiKiiiiiOur '''' / ,'''' "",I,;I I i the Florida rate structure, though, Heights Sunday from Bangor. l\Ie { L ...
I I the Florida of today bears no 1 re- i Mrs F. S. Babbitt entertalr
Miss lluatriue: Cull u vpeiit>> 1 Iweok ....t KO.MI! Six..let y line IH. 4'om., semblance to the Florida lor at her home with three tables tit '

visiting lu Leeuburg.C leU-s; ma "' dy for ChrlHtii"'"i which these rates were set up. The I bridge Saturday afternoon. Yel. GROCERIES'S. 1 1I

Rifts/ now. u.rnb..rlC.... (f/ truck shipments In the early 80'a'' low and white were the colors ('111'-

!. I>. Coluou of Brooker wui a |amounted to virtually nothln 1 rled out In decorations and J'l" }

visitor In town Tuesday. Sum Kternberg, who la a Btu- 'Now they are around 75.000 "111'. i freshment. Mrs. Halibut's A'I"IIls There is kern satisfaction in getting

dent of the University: of Florlspent loads a year. And lull cars are : minded( the Mesdames E., A, + I goal groceries all'll" injrprictHanil
Dunk of Miami. the week-fad with his pents. loaded> at every producing pnlnt Smith F M. Walrntli. M. K lIeri f(: f /

fi Mrs. J. T. Moore of Luwtey. !\J r. and Mrs. N. Stern b"rlt. of any consequence."But i i gin C. C: Moore W. A. Wilson J. 1 t;. i as 'W and that is what we offer the

wax In Starke Monday shoppit;. the pinch In the transputtation K. Larson and the Misses 11''lrud"; t1 hmi fi i\ es of Starke in our weekly
--- .
': K I Mouser Helen J I.uwrenJeaneltu <
\Knnls: of I I the situation dues not eithere. 'rl1 and fancy groceries. -
Mrs. J. C. Rampley of 1.lIke Gary Tampa client I Ihlllllk..t I L at relate KlialuCuughvy : "topvri.ils on "staple vt
): latter of last week with ",.. Florida enjoys no 8Ul'l1'
Wales is visiting her mother Mn. part and ,meet" and (1I.ll'lI All i>f our stocks arc fresh
< undo and aunt. Mr. and Mrs .1. rate us Its chief o'omllPti. .
S. "'. llamrlck. W. Morgan! attending the footbnll tor. California. The latter has a'', Ogdon.Mr and! the prices MO quote this week i

blanket rate on citrus fruits i ot and Mrs. w II. Ogden ullll
such high
I In Jacksonville Saturday !
gume cannot l be eiUiilled
of 1\1 lam I. I. |
Mrs.! D. T. Clark I $1 55 a hundred pounds for all Mr. and Mrs. C. II Chirko w're ',

visiting her parents Mr\ and, Mrll. .points. east of Denver exceptthe In i entertained, ut dinner nt HIP h"me grade groceries

' N. U. WnnwrlghtMrs. II Frank Salmon who has 81"t, New England l territory imutter of Mr. and Mrs. ,K. V Cough
1 I some time In Starke as u Ill"mber I Friday, Oct. 14. '
what their point or .rlgln on
\ Emma C'anovu has us li<'1' f !h 1f' State H'IIIIll'pI1rtment.\ \ left POTATOES 10 Pounds for 34c
I in California or how far east thl'y Mr.\ 11 nil Mrs. Bert Terrel" i rt' IRISH
guest Mrs. Ilildu Williams of Sunday for the west ,coast b"h1jt I ,
the.w: RIIA" ,
go The rate for turned to their home In Ke>'Hloue
Lakeland employed> there now. hind territory is only I three ,'pnlll 'Helghtfl", on Tuesday. Oil I 11. f'om, : --

it hundred l pounds higher. Conneaut Lake, 1'n" Granulated 10 Lbs. 65c
The $1.410< him' lit "' 1"1'1/)/: In spite of the high price of 11 01- Sugar Pure Cane
"Agulnxt this Florida presents 11 :Mlsx Helen J. Lawrence "lIler- ,
rnii'l IN Ix-nt. Ion alwrg's; it! .Mill k""IIII i i
!' differing rate from eat. h of 1.70 tallied Saturday evening at 1..1' -
limn. I
prices| points of origin to 14.00 dike '- homo with three tabiex of brlilii
\ Mrs. Stanley C. Cimiell of C Tomatoes hand No. 2 6fol49c
cut consuming. points making II Her guests were:: Misses Gertru, pckd.
mond Beach. In visiting her IJar. The Demurest\ Stock Comps ,
I staggering total of approximate/ ] Mouser Jell.I', Lnwrence. 1'lIzll':
ents. Mr. and Mrs. A. Scott, has closed for the season and !\II'. / I Helen! Ogden ill Iltl
24.000.000 possible. llfferei. ; belli Cuiighey
-- and !Mrs H. I. Demorest ure tc'X' rates Arneeta Ogden; and the Messiiui .. '. Sweet\ Potatoes Porto Rico,10 Ibs.:) 32c y yBACON
and '>'
Dr. J. H. Carrodlnc HI 1. peeled In Starke during\ ; the ,'om- I ;; rgiL' Illrd. Diiiiuld' 1 K. PUIIK' ,
Lee, of Lawtey wero visitors III InK week "lTn !orn. Robert Mutton; Harold" H. -
Starke Tuesday.Mr. fornlu shippers enjoy pruiticullunlimited Lawrence and Itohert A. (:Copt Per IjoundfSc
and d 1- Salt
Mrs: It. A Weeks :Mrs L.,. A. recnnslgnmt'iit Lawrence K. Wiilruth who Is III Dried farWilson's

and Mrs. L. A. Davis Sp.H1t Davis and !Mrs. W L. Wall \\ I'nt : version privileges. They tan staiit 1'1 ending the University. at loins.. --- -- -
the wcuk-end In Kernundlnu with to Fort Myers Tuesday to, atteithe ear out of Kll'nso: or some otlu r'lllo. spent Sunday with his 111I1' --- -- --- - -

his mother Mrs Mary A. Davis annual convention of the l'nlt. i western point and keep It inovln; rails Mr. and, Mrs F M. "'lIlrllth Picnic Hams 3 to 6 Ibs. ea. 22c lb.
from. one market to another ui .
ed Daughters of the CIIIII..ti"I'IU'YIanhallllll of Keystone HeightxTltl ,
Col. Joe Hill tVllllams of Lllko der the same freight rate, so Inn ----.- -
--- -- -
Duller was a business, visitor I In :\ "shirts, ltni" sold Peas Blue brand No. cans
until It Is Ridge
Starke Saturday. NuiMitct'M and a lot nf other //0,1 A Ford truck with high HI.It.s< ,

I reliable ni 'ii.liniiilliint. stcr, ... "Hut the bulk of Florida's per ised for traiiHpottlng, live slo"k, .
to the Bin Fair at II:... truffle. outside of that colon
Ie'rg''' tho street '
corinV'tMluexday "
lulled over "n
Club ]House. Oct. 26 27. ZStli ? -- order. Is billed originally 10 \ uflemon, lunch tit I tl h.. Wesson Oil Pts. 25c Qts. 52cT-2; Gar96c

C :Mr. and Mrs. H. V Knight( IU1\e' : rHcoriHlgnment or diversion point Mr. and Mrs. C. D.I Shank of us their guests the lutter'H IIIMler I such us West Jacksonville or Way I\\'o miilen being taken to n moatnuslru'tlull

Jacksonville, spent the woek-eu cross or Suvniinah (iu. Beforecar It Stark Globe 14c
smith of
and, brother-in-law, :SIri and binW. r camp ONIONS Yellow 3 pounds
mother Mrs. It L. l.ewl: reaches 1 the shipper "
with her \\'. Harlciw und two InterexIng patch a point In inaMng: he I tiiin ut the 1'01'111'1' ,

children Wilmington, 1 1"1. must determine! whether I Iilnlll It of> Cull und JefefrHon the niulilere .. I .- -- --- --- -- .
Mr. I.. II. Partridge of Lak.. he veiled, to a ttCHtelli thrown ngulimt the side ibe
------ a
-- --
1 visitor In town Satin market, One Flour Sunset Self rising 24 pounds $1.15
('ity. wan a Mis: Laura Olive Civxhuw. i 01' central of euHtern *" machine, ( and Iholr comhlnrtelKht ,

day. Coleinan. stopped> over I In Star! .. It hall left the inversion point Itll \ tinned Ilto I lliachllli, ) broaiIde .

M I'll. T. J. Alderman, has. in her for Mrs a I.few.. S.days II utlo.visit enroute with anti 1..1' .general, without direction IneiiirltiK cannot added l, 1m fielgh chaugad ;' .. The leg.driver 1I11lallholilth xun'cred" II dnni hlllIyWJ'l'IIl'h..1 ]>' All fresh- Fruits Vegetables In Season 1 1

y guest Miss. l Ethel (tower of I'rhn home after, a two months visit I ITennessee. III L'OStS. d on the brick, paving, the mule'

nil III.Mra.. "Tills situation not only prevents sniped In Jury.
Kentucky and loorxl" /
Florida from realizing flilly;; --. fIe I Iit
Evaporated Pckg
-- -- -- Apples sJ' Y. State 1h
L. 11. Hill\ of Luwtoj.a "UOI 011 Its advantages of nearness tiiunket < ,,

1 visitor to Starke \Vc-din'sd.iy, ttlternoon. I \\'e are imck tu our stiiie alld' but wipes out this advs.tat. .. .____.____ ___ __ I

large north filling variety of station Starke.of merchundiHe on We the will hlKhwti carry. Slop II) of ice oranges example In certain from, an areas Art'II eight-pound<1II1.,The Flu ruleTor .bin III I CfNT A %WORD[ Dates, Black Palm' 41-2 oz. package, lOc !,1 I, b s

Col. U. K. Knight spent Severn In and lieu us Sterl rourhne, mate Neb. u distance of \l.liM; I COLUMN _.

clays of this week In Green; Coy! Starke. Flu It miles. IH $1.2l.:! But n seventy All 5c National Biscuit Crackers,2 for 9c I,
Springs; attending the fall tern lght-pound> box tau bu tlhl".IIfl'lIlII -- -- --- ;
circuit court for Clay county. Mr. Niles Hay stopped> \ hero fm' k'ANTKU,: Second, runner MbHloiiary
I I..... Angeles to Omnha. I I. HtrILWIIl"'I'Y plants. T H.
the week-end enroute from N.'w
!17 C. White, state haul York to Miami, to visit relative"
George '
After discussing the
:n'r., went to ()" ala Moml.iy. Mr. Kay in u former Starke bat)' 1.UST.. Dark bay horse name, lit m
e mil Cuban. coinpetitlon, In the 1>1'0-1 .. :
IOlln A1 gp rEYThTu
spending the week-end her<. nllll I Is now employed In the tie bit ling-ouuked, weight hitween
ultor ,lilt IIon of tomatoes and 1 I"'PI"'II -
ili'pnrtinnnt, 1 of the First Nntloiu 7BO nil XOO poiindi l .
with his :\I r. Taylor furthers I Ilio-si about I II! years old. .Jiimpe' .

M. IIrowllh', \V I.'j I.. :Misses Florence Andiews., Vhdnla '. I llDIIKlltS"Hope : rom pasture 'I|fierier mllo 81111'h' .
who of relief... lies In two ill of Supp Htullon. Itiiymond, lull(

' t Wall and I'nliitka 1. F.\ the Wilson guests spent of Kil Mr, "ire" students Weeks. Hazel at the I Mtdillelou.Florida Stallil'omun's : eitlniiH One Is a higher teal I]' .. .1i4._. ituifnrd- -- --- '-- .-tJOItf'ANTICD .- NEXT TO POST OFFICE .S TARHESTOVES .
day In Mill: and I this hits been requestedif ;1 1I .
Klrlngfellow \ College. \ : I Hear from own..r
'' and Mra.VllllaDi the week-eud at home. Tinevere I the tariff lommlHslon and will ranch fur sale :State, rush price. .. J

Miss! Doroth I ho sought also from couaresn.1'he, ... ._ ... . .
Mills Grace Wood spent tin accompanied by ,particulars. It F Hush .: -" --- -- -- --. -- : .. =- "_'=-'.- -. --
i --- -- -- ---
,.. who Is also astixlen.. >'lher. I li an encouragement of re I I.j) t-OI
week-end with her parents., Mr 111WIiel' I polls 1\\\ hill. .
earth und expiTlinental I work 'In -- ?

f and Mr. A. Wood.Jrrwv here. I alder the pliidni linn posHibilltlevf "tilt ItJoNTSI": room house wit I h I ''sae' ne.eeeNr. t

ladies'. iln'Mw" .'..ll I I11I11.11 I \Don't forget. the Big Fair at Hilub ,,' the state. These possibilities all modern conveniences, MI'II.

1 4; ; House. Three big days Oil le very great S. F llamrlck._ IfOlt '.
+ :> illMiss 1 'No=: one knows the number of( I
26.! 27 8tii. ,
; rupicnI| und l subtropical" plants "' UKNTStore: building lien'
the -
Edna MantilniJ, spent Edwin: I'-Sontheiif '' "ow growing In different parts of depot $ 8.00 month. 4-roon 0 :
her parents Mr !Mr. und Mrs' ,
week-end with Center Mich arrive! IIh.. world I that may be adapted. to hoiiHo with garage. $15.UI) I 0 I

,i and Mrs. J. C. Manning. Vednesday Valley and will spend, the win "''lorlda conditions' .....I'IlIred)1'\ month Slerl Courtney. Starke .;

avid Fairchild veteran chief. of Fla n; :\
In town will he at the ler In Stuike. They have apart _
Stf-l Everyone I
tbe t'nlted States Department ofigrlculture. ,t
of Mr. amilrs. "
at the Club House Oct rents at the home 'ANTED' Vou to see our exhibit
Fair --
Dig f
j F. A. Scott. Mr. and Mrs.anthers .. )Florida
26. 27 28th. of fruit trees and ornamentab
well-known to thi. ,' be made the greatest garden

Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Hall of Ider residents are of Starke havlni luce Kden.: : aIn at 28. Woman's II. n. Wiggins Club.", Oct 2B. 27 w -
his article onFlorida's
concluding! _
home here some went; : I NAn
several days crell-I made their
tent City spent
Marks" the
Question i I
{week In Starke visiting Mrs. )ears ago. \\o'OUNU- -II. B. Wiggins with thi 4 4i
former president
writer quotes a
kinds of fruit
I parents. Mr. and Mrll. L. S. llntto. A party--of Southslders- ---, includ l. of the Florida Bankers' assoclalon. trees best prices and ornamentals on all Unusually Large Showing t

It concerns the first point --- -- r t
orders for Xmas ng J. F. Whlre Jr., Miss Hub:;
Place your lentInnecl at the beginning: this not planting Ir .i
I Miss Dorothy Fisher. Uwell I.OHT By pecans
Beards allowed early.on 10 orders per cent given discount before 'eterson arks and Ralph llrnwn. acompanled 111'1', I'' .'r""tl"rlt'lIltllr., .' If It the past net right SUP II. HWlgglim SPECIALLY PRICED r Y YP

d he termed that and his prices now
will lay
Phone 113-J James! I Ir ,' by chaperons .. +
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9. < pBrt Immediately after Florida "And beyond" Mr. Taylor writesIhere -- '- -- ) fl

w, XewlM.____ ,, Kentucky; "game, tomorrow fatingsley "I Is the Important factor of'II"W When the Bile Stops i .
all guest, ''rl)lShl'h| might be Intro- -..- .-.-.-.-.-. t
who has I I K: lake. They are
Miss Dorothy Bishop hut1" when you get. sleK and fiell I II
not only producing new
',been. spending some time In Starke I I at a house party In JackNon\lll the centra. dll"'d.ealth" but relieving the presire len ry"::.';''go. HIM tn::' l Led l.nni'K: ''I\.I\ eel) at m night I ihr >- ,

}\'aa the guest of \Hev. and !Mrs. H. I IS. I 'lorlda' resort on existing crops: ..,". Hiiil mart tin hll.). The family in need (flf a now :stow for heating should, seethe
Carlton has returned to her ..uiirnul.IIUIHTKKN 1. MITI.HKI.I.'M IMIICi HrolIKLANE'S J)
__ 'Agriculture in our chiefurre
I mmlcls in annual showing one specially I ,
;home In 'edar Key. PILLS I new : i-vcry
__ : : C'lIIumEST'rtS" .." of wealth. As a state weare _. I rT1

Tiillor-mn l Suits. from SU-nl- .\ : HKl'MOV: O'"' Hltuated to produce agrlculiral I ItIICDCDDDCWfl priced to encourage early pun-rune.. They are all standard
1"\\111.\' products und their most !
11. SWKATJ :
anal J.
<''I'Je' ti n> IL thing of b'iiut. tit ilunbln and profitable form and I CASKETS make stoves, incorporating all that is: new for economy in fuel
for lit least llin' >i'urM. COFFINS & ,.
JOY ceU'hrat- .uxon. These facts, should 1>6kept >
-- D. Sweat of Balm.birthday uiinl- uppermost in our thinking: and a Fall Lin of uses! and t-fficifncy. VVeMijorest you make an early inspection t '.a
: It Mrs. S. "'. llamrlck has returned el, his seventieth I
said Dr. J. II. Ther-
'from\ Savannah.her Ga son-in-law. where she and hag the ers.home.ry at of a his family son, L.reunion. M. Sweat at and rell. planning.of Ocala recent president ofthe Undertakers' Supplies to aviod any delay in delivery. Wo sell those models. right' r a J I

,( been visiting association. 1
'daughter Dr. and Mrs. C. W. Den.ny 204 Tenth Street Florida AUTOMOBILE IIEARSE from the floor, so first come, first served. t tI ta'r
far 1..1'1'InveHtment '
the IVe need to make a ''
for several weeks Among those present\ were and Mrs. In experimental and .1.... .. ....._ Tk. but .r.1_ I t V cI
," I mediate family of Mr In .. .h. I..... prt-. s..rt.t .(. ,
T. S. Ilewke has as her weat. Including eight sons F:. search work to consider ...."... t* .......pll .rd.ra --- :

.\ .' ': Mrs. Mrs. William
daughter..uests. Merle of UeLand. who ot f Halm and U. J., L. M.. and were M. dlture.possibilities When we of fully our realize state the'we C. JONES | : New Perfection Oil Heaters i !
Five daughters
spending the summer If.. of Tampa. .
hive been ,.
Hollywood :News
\ efldames M. M Lee. W. V. Wadsorth. STARKE.
jjin Wllloughby Ohio. Allen's Parlor Furnaces J t
W. D. McLeod and Leon .......................: ;

.. You ran now get your 1..lnl.l tepbenn.: and Miss Bessie. Sweat >C/ OCDamI : Gasoline Heaters .
,., daughter- Reps and Coleman i ;
Hose nt Four son-In-laws eight : Keystone Heights J I\< 1

;t.: Slernbei'gss.--- i-laws 35 grandchildren", and twogre..t .. Mid. It.'.. OcilfD. t:.... ::1 STYLES AND SIZES I, '
.Owen Griffin who Is attending grandchildren.Mr. In Hllls- ..+.*.... ............++. I Say it with Flowers \; i ,.
Jacksonville Business College. Sweat I la a pioneer j

spent the week-end with his moth borough county having moved Keystone Heights, Oct 21.---AX I Ibll Flowers For All ,

.' Mrs. O. J. Grlffln.afcf. bere with his father and mother:I, community meeting was hold = ir'
from Bradford county when a boy onday evening Oct. 17 at Key. Occasions I
'''jMrs. Laurie Edwards ot Jacksonville He settled in the southeastern Bel'11011 I tone Inn. Mrs. E. A. Smith lead DeWITT C. JONESHARDWARE

was the guest of her par of the county which then was In some community long and lIev.I .

.nU; Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Struth. a wilderness, and built his ownhome. I eral very Interesting! talks! were Gertrude GodbeyAnderson sS"t.STARKE .

Friday. a cabin of hewn log*. The I llvered. Among the speakers .11

land was cleared and fenced bythe for the evening were Senator F.

f5on. John C. Coffin of Johns- ancient methods, no modern P. Miller, president of the Law. FLORIDA I. r re

of Ral- tooh being available. Mr. Sweat rpnce Drvpl-Vn1, Company, and I .
town and William Knaiib Phone 39 Waldo. ria..c a. ..... t tIaSMteua

faIhI.. were visitor In town Moa I I q tw" lives Tribune.In the Oct.tame 19th.bousa.impa .-- '.':tine' F ,' "of- '"''ilk&Mhlng.'I" was- I .. .,.Sea., .,.........._...........,..?."" .........''''_...i welt.IleStaR. ''' .. ''it'aen,571e15alearalamaaniMNYaaaweata.' .. .. ... Wlr'AYiMnSWlle" ,,. .' .

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"Cotalat'nrdai Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Wasdln. Mrs-
rnt vt; wn;< vall. I lard Thompson null, Joe Wade were E. Johns were business visitors to
u purclinak HUGE SUMS ARE LOST Mr. und Mrs. A. A. Durden visit- visitors to Sampson City Saturday Jacksonville Saturday.Mr. I

nun ed their son Herbert Durden.. who ,' night Vasco Hasen motored
id CouuIII
In 1 TIfUim Farmers & Farming ON FARMS OF NATION Is In school ut Ilarnesvllle Ca, Mrs. J. H. UobtTts spent the to Graham Monday. '
last Sunday. week-end with family in Graham. I :Miss Isola' Roberts and Mr. Jack"
Uev. J. W. Clarke and wife (lane of Graham baa
stiHv uflSoctlon Mr. Joe Baxter attended the show at Starku
: created' 1 (By .Agricultural: Editor: ) EVERY YEAR BY FIRE were visitors here last Monday.Mr. moved over to Hampton. I Saturday n Iflh; t.
and Mrs. Coo Peters and .___._ !
ua to bay -- .... .. ..,....".
ft comianlHMloii, i little granddaughter, Juanlta, left
'1'' at we. Farmers and Truckers Are Invited to Contribute Articles (IBy Spuds, Johnson ) I ('IIII. last Sunday for Coleman where

PlJOilllIII and Methods Found The week of October 9-15 was they will spend the winter l
act lit of Farm I Experiences'
of Ihu Peanuts and velvet beans should Jr. W. 1 K.: Middleton of Sturke,
Sec. 2. .i To He Host Suited to Our Countryaolfatx fire protection' week and olIirlitlH he l ground without the bulls for was u professional I visitor. here ""

d. t of HIM foiled States Department hogs. this. week.

>:.;rWlIIwn.y; ''of Agriculture" UH well) an. others Miss .'I'ee'ynn spent the weekend /

III Ol2ioutheil I, I lecorilx" show I that the cost of production urged, farmers us well as city dwellers Bad teeth are responsible for with her, aunt :\Ir.... I K. :M. Alexander -
County Agent UrgesReforestation In this state is not '4111'111111 to pay special utU'iitlon, to the many cases of poor health In school of Jacksonville. -

ren of > 'to ho prohibitive, Tho climate In control of fire. Tho week was proclaimed ,children.In Mrs. 1..1. I'rk'Ht. who has been

'tntnIneI I tills Hliilo Is. u decided.. factor In by President ('oollllle.IlIIlIk'hIl the guest of her son, Emery: Prli-Kt SlrfANDARQ ,
I Ilu Twe favor of egg-prnductloii, I the outdoor painting two or three
as II : It nil o III dill nutional of ircun Cove Springs, has returned -
fly ca.
hway,". Calnosvllla, Fla: Or! 'I'hliliho) \\111'11I weather helps materially to work thin coats are better than one to her home here

uem, ,,.liitify 1 people" of this htiite must 1 pay moro bring about high production i Seems to me that the prevention thick rout !Mrs J. !'. Sullivan attended .j

old coat attention In refiireslatloii was 'of /IlrcH IK. a pretty Important, mat church at Theressu last Sunday. _
duce a liroiiKlit out forcefully In a talk !110- Growers Urged 1: tcr. on farms an well as In towns A drain for carrying elf wastewater ('hll.... Manalre of ,Iatllilollvlllo'l '
t'es aN txId.ratl
from the
house will the
lore lilt! county aKents m.idu. by U. and c-ltles und we might well give / save Is. spending this week with his
said hit of It. Lust housewife many Rleps mother Mrs M. H. Manalre. I !
DO. I.. WMttltiKtoii, < unty iigent To Grow Cayana more attention to year
.haconx",\ liny f'oiinty. Mr Whltllngton( had, I tires' on f.mns and In rural cominiinltlcH ('lrl'l.:11.:' 2:!. of he Baptist \V. I
t merit I lecently mnlt a trip rough the took a toll of .1.500 liven, Florida Is. now producing approximately M. U. met at the home of Mrs I "STAN DARD"
uwneinhwa.y Cane Resistant f fMOTOR
one-hair of the
Ii southern part of Mississippi> and uiid darnaged or destroyed properly V. H. Wheeler last Monday
Ilh:: go'' Louisiana and gathered" valuable I 10 a value ,estimated at $15- products which It annually con noon ut three o'clock. The Dfter-I

P dvsll/.* /, data from projects In l'l'for..HIII-1 (011111 pHvllle. ''III. Therxe oto (100,000.( A fire may Beem like a sumes. ional HervU'p was opened by singing ii

known, ,rluy 'lion which lire helim. ( ondiateil Inthosu unlrly of sugar mule which Is small thing when we think of Just, "We Will Work 'Till Jesus OIL i
a(. I HI.t, eH. :either Immune or highly; resistant olio, but when tho aggregate, the Torn and sweet potatoes make avery Comes." A prayer for Divine help ,

"iifflijiS 1 Ono of the points which the !, to tha. mosaic disease Is absolutely IlKiireH/ are appalling.I unsatisfactory hog ration due and Kuldiince In the work, was
the lack of
| xamland > ",.uakeor mudu. was that land could ne.'l'ssiiry to conlimed) syrup production In the order of their Importance to porteln. lead by :Mrs. J. I'. Sullivan. ?
f.. he lined, for piiHlure\ / ul I the same ', In parts of the state where 'I| th! principal causes of farm flreaI The tuibject giving the best you
I ancf: V!, I J lino I hat It HUH being used. to 'I this. dlHeasu. Hays Dr. Wllnion I are: (1)> lightning. ((2)) defectivechlmneyi Community meetings: give; have was discussed by Mrs. J. I'' After all can you be t
inlnvtolUia grow trees. In this way thousands Newell, < of the experiment | and fined ((3)) careless. both education and r"l'n.Utlon'l Sullivan. Mrs. \\'. H. Roper,
Hturilalall 'Plan" series of them fo
.! nf l Idle in run t In Flurldu may hu : Hlal Ion. ('line of maUhes and smoking ((4)"Olllhll"tlhie ) 3. Wynn. certain of uniform
JJuU| made to produce, a revenue" Kxperlments : TIll sugar; cane mosaic disease roofs (5)) itpontanOOIIH i I ter months. (! more i

Lv,du .I iomlucted for the purpose oct urs through; all northern and, cumbiiRtlon. ((6)) cureless use oy
101' I of comparing I the feeding vnlon.l western Florida at this. tlmu and 1 and storage: of gasoline. I and kero- Hogs fed corn :.1 I parts and peanut our (11uol'nk! reliability than by using"Standard"

lot xaU I ) no of iuipi-1. grass with thu, nativegrasses thorn Is. no possibility of Its. I being KI-IIH. and ((7)) faulty wiring InstallatlonR meal 1 part pct .) and Chrlrt Ian sterawrt-shlp, which
tall"ment showed that the carpet( I i eradicated The disease Is and Improper use of electrical per day while those fed corn alone rests upon the foundation of Godtownership .

I, for Ira.oa\{' 10 times im much gain; progressive. and, the farmer does appllanceH. Rained .20 )pound per day.11 stating that we should I Motor Oil?

lidarcttina In beef as Hit, native' grasses; during not notlcn very much damage, for With the exception of lightningand / give God our umP I as well as our !
.._ Hogs fed on corn and skim milk
the 12 months the. IIrut year' or two after his spontaneous combustion the tythe The swvlce was dismissed

e; : Tim ,greutust enemy to forestry fields become Il1f."I.VIIII. continued causes can all bo controlled by and gained dried 1.15. buttermilk pound per 1.12 day poundsper ; corn by Mrs. J. 1'. Sullivan. ,

tly di: In. fires. Mr. Whittlngton stated use of Infected l cane for I man. !Must of them are due tocarelessness. A few pleasant moments were OILCOMPANYINCORPORATED
k>r. In day. corn and shorts In equal STANDARD
l.lnd II that the people of his county were planting the joints. of the cane The lessen they spent In drawing for the mystery
parts plus 5.5 percent fish meal
Ige i taI t organl/ing/ to protect. the forests heioiue shorter eafli year and finally I cause are consequently) needless box which contained a lovely IN KENTUCKYAUTOMOBILE \
83 pounds day ( In first two .
1:1: cT.i: they now have and are going to the plants reach a height of One cause of farm fires, particularly per bunch of wool flowers. Miss Annie .
of fish meal
canes one part was
f the II net. out largo; areas In young pines.lOupcrlineiits from 1C I to 21 Inches. forest fires, not mention- !May Wheeler was the luck one. J X
luoard added to 10 parts of corn. )
at : ) conducted !la other The only Immune variety of cune :led In the above list which la put The following officers were ..
MauiItp stales show that only 17 percent' which Is uvullahlH at present In out by the United States Depart- ............. ......... elected.! : Chairman. Mrs. V. B. :

[ of the trees. mirvlved fire when the stilllclent quantities. for planting In i mont of Agriculture.: Is deliberate ; Wheeler and !Mrs. C .}. Harper
uteri land was nut grazed while on land this region Is the one known as setting: of fires by man. Sometimes I I HAMPTON : treasurer.The /

um ry. that had been grazed the pcrcent- CllYII nl'arm"'rB growing cane I this Is Justlfable to prevent an accumulation .. MlM Ad. Nh........ Cor. .. following committees were G R/ wLJ N lt t

r.l iol I ago'; of trees was. much greater for syrup manufacture are advised of grass and leaves J .ON.NN.NN.N1...N. appointed : Missionary and Ed uea-
offer t _. to and this. he lon 111'11.V.. B. and Mrs.
a ? secure propagate: variety which if It should chance to Hoper
lot tot Bright Future For HU rapidly as. possible. Anyone fired would result In a more dan- Hampton Oct :2i.--Mr, and V B. Wheeler enlistment, .Mrs.
( Mrs J. C, Osborne
tat of* Interested may write to Doe- gerous lire than If the forest Is are,the happy Mary Watterson and Mrs C. E.
tor Newell at Gainesville and he parents of a new daughter, who arrived Denevolen. Mrs. L. J.
noukomp Florida Poultry fired yearly. However when possible here Harper; ,
will advises where planting cane of some system of fire preven- 10th. Wynn and Miss Free Wynn, Industrial -
'fr1 It f this variety may be secured. tion and control should be worked I Mrs. W. II. Alexander and daughter Mrs. W. T. Mcever and I
Eioddru.d Gainesville, Fla."Florida Is out which will not Include a Miss Wilma, Mrs. C. E. Harper Mrs. H, F. Chesser, personal service .
.' now In the midst of considerable :MITII riKKJHKSM: INIIOMi dellbreate firing and Mrs. W. B. Roper attended Mrs. J. P. Sullivan and Mrs.C. ,1
expansion In the poultry Industry : : IMI'ltOVKMK.NT:: : I the association of the W. M. U. H. Priest. ROAD MAPS Alabama, .J.:

01't t ) and, It should prove to be a good SHOWN IIV HKI'OKTS: KKICUS: MAY: AFFECT: at Waldo last Tuesday. Social : Misses. Hilda Durden. An- 1927 Florida, Georgia, Kentucky and Mississippi i :
thing for the state" said II. I.. I Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Deem of
nie Wheeler Gertrude '
}'...\\'OU 0.lII.K: May Wynn of service stations.
.r. ; 1 Shrader of the U. S. Extension Gainesville. Fla.. Oct 17.-The I Plant City were the guests .of Free Wynn and Novllla King. may be had Free at any our
"'; !'Service In an Interview while here conferences on home Improvement Mr. Dees' sister Mrs. J. V. Jones
kir''to3 attending the meeting of county during the recent meeting of extension Experiments conducted by the this week. .....N...NN...NNN: -

roll* agents agents: brought to light'; United States Department of Agriculture I Mrs. W. W. Packham of Theres- .

rope uo Florida Is. now ono of the few many interesting facts concerningthe : Indicate that soy beans fed sa, was the guest of her daughter : GRAHAMMrs. :

|and. producing; states which does not I work over the state. The one hour before milking tend to I Mrs. Ed: Prevatt last Sunday. (: A. W. Uritt Cor.) On Scratches Skin Abrasionsan

lie ropei<"l.lf. grow enough poultry for home agents, believe that "beauty Is. as Improve the flavor the and odor gives.of Rider J. P. Haner pastor of the .......................... 1 or
.u ronAU m I.llnn. It Is. upon this I hauls cesHary as I bread," and are doing the milk which cow First Christian church here should be used infection
1 to -
:.{' that Mr.: Shrader.. makes his much to Improve the surroundings When as much as 30 pounds of preached two Interesting sermons Graham Oct. 21-Misses Thel- antiseptic prevent

W Htatement. Figures; !given out recently '; of I the rural boys and girls.In dried beet pulp !green oats/ or p..allI last. Sunday. The subject for the ma Drown Mamie, Pauline Mills, ,insure quick healing.111erefore,remember
bt'u show that the state Is. now Holmes County. :Mrs. Bottle were fed one hour before milkIng evening service was "Repentance." Richard. and Elmer Thomason

i ra or producing; just half of the poultry Cuudle reported that five flew I there was a slight, abnormal Rev Haner delivered the message are visitors. to Gainesville Sunday Use BOROZONE at Once!

Itirvli products lined. this. condition homes bad been built 10 homes flavor. If fed Immediately after II very able and Interesting man- .

i alety should. not cause those who know I remodeled water put In four I'milking'; they hud no effect on ner and It was enjoyed by a large Mr. Bob Surrency and Brand- liorozone Liquid a powerful antiseptic! cleanses i

s.I.ul 'nothing' about the business. to homes lights I Installed In two ( flavor or odor of the milk. audience, of eager listeners. daughter Alleen spent last week.. anJ woun Js and kills germs Borozone Pow cuf I Ioppli..tlafterth

IlltllII think they cnn make a fortune, I four yards. set In grass six new I I :Must Iliixc. ('''J1II'al1| >' All the ladles of the Christian. In Georgia..: )I liquid.haslenshealing Keep both :t
fid thinks Mr. Shrader, but It does h'Ibl1llt.. 10 houses painted play with I ( hutch, are requested, to meet at Mr. und Mrs. J. Goodge: ,
III} Auntie "I{>lu you ever Sold By 1'Corpcnint's \
1 111'* mean' that there I Is an opportunity and 20 yeurds. beautified' R'Illle7" the church next Friday afternoon visiting relatives here last week.l I' 'I
bad little hays IJrusr) Store :
nix { hero for Iho man who goes; at the ]In Dade county. Miss Pansy :Norton Auntie." at 3p.m.. Mr. Harley Thomas motored over -
Olllf 1 thing; ftndeiitly reported that 3.00 sacks were Auntie-Willie "yes."I'm mirprUed "'hy1I01l't :Mrs. C. K. Harper left last Sun- to Giuliani Saturday evening. _ ___ ..l.--I .e./<

iid.: The biggest problem which Florida lined, In home Improvement work with good llttl Jay for Atlanta, where she will :loss. Tlielmu Brown, Miss Mnm- ,,
//J )poultr>'men have to meet up after the storm last. >.ear. She "you play / visit. her sister Mrs.. W O, Du- mle and Pauline "Mills :Mr Hlcli- Buick has engine }
boys? Only an
sa';/ with In the competition' from Geurient slates. that hundreds of yards of I Willie---"Their mothers won1 ,i I ,
ala, Alabama and Tennessee. mill end lengths were" used In this. 1
eve' I Those Htiilex are Increasing their work The women were glad to let me. Answers.ami : i Vibrationless belief

i 1 'I flue'kn right now to supply the get suggestions: In heautiflcatlon the boys with the help of the 1. r ;; Helps for the Handy Man beyond I

lord j Florida trady. The man whit )pro wrok which cost almost nol hlnK. county agent Installed It. The g, ai .

it in es poultry locally If he Is to establish In :Nassau': county :Miss. P..llrl.1..rdllll girl: now have taken over an old 'fJ,, .. "A! Useful things that can be made at home
d .I a market the year round 1 told of how the girls: lit1110 church' which they expert to convert '(00" '. -.....

en for Florida. : eggs/ \' bad. lilted up a club kitchen. Into a community house.

u Due fact which we should not They were given a room In the Interesting talks were made bother l's.. 'II: J-" An Attractive Ensy-to-Make
0 forget In that .'1"1'1111farnwr" will school and, they began' by buying agents telling of their work -11. ( -'t.-t.::.;...... ''' End Table I, ) I

always be faced with a relatively ,paint with money won at the fair :Miss Elizabeth Lee of the Alabama 4 .. ;4 ;,\w

t high feed rest ho stated. This last year. They arranged to haven Power Company, gave a very ':-: Jo An Inexpensive and
I hits' led many people' to believe that working bee. and In this way helpful talk on "Electrification: of *W'v/V>25"rf': '' Conyenienlddilion I

pa poultry, could not bo successfully got'; the boys to paint the room Rural Homes." -he home Improvement t4; ,, in. .ttl" lo the Home
n. grown: In the state The contest while they painted the furniture.A work In the state In. charge :. w,.1,1-. *J kLijA' ti.-.; .. (
fani ,, .t attractive grain. is selected' t for here.
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lull. al Chlpley luxt year has already kitchen cabinet was made from of Miss Virginia' !Moore assistant rtxtf! $ 'tI'oIit':1: : Woods such clear white. !
; a* pine poplar
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a I I illHproven that theory The actual goods'; boxes A sink purchased. I state home demonstration agent '.". .e I I f'tx ti-1 or baas may he. u ed.. Or. if desired. the I lBUICK'S r
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rra/ ---- : J f!: table. may be made of such wood ai wal- h FyM '\
ale THE GREAT AMERICAN HOME out mnliofiiiny( or oak. I
Any one of,several Hmnhes may be used.A .
Y -- An end table' is bnnlly u licci-jwity. butIt penetrating' or oil stain will make an remarkable freedom from vibration ;is
in n mast cnnvrnirnt uiiij, iuixpt'nMve attractive finish, Put on enough coats to
VI"I".1,...1'r' ;. ,".r. fII., \ : 1iii 1// 'li.imi- luxury It lilN II definite ",'t'.I. The get the shiult'. .1 .ir".llo mulch the other to three vitally important factors.
1 nioinv. biMik trough and tin convenientto furniture in the room Thii table' will be
7 r.e i14.S:: : HKrE'r ) C.i'\ ;;\ / |>, just at the height.: of I the arm of ad very attractive with' the piipuliir lacquer. First the inherent smoothness of the Buick

hwi, f\-\;;;<";; Ai t.I"S't. ; ; I l-'MMilHirt or chair are iilunya uavful." fiiinh Steiiuil designs may be used. Valve-in-Head six-cylinder engine. Second-
r. 1 urNti''(1.1 t rest and rt'Intittion If you wish liirtfe ill-tailed" working
ujjfcl Ik'.S 'Ui.J, J! j, lira. : l.:.() 1 1t 'I 1""lie tiible shown is useful and it i i8 a drawings of this end Uible., together with rubber engine mountings, front and rear. And

-w.i AH1" ::\ J\m, ,".1;. -+"I- 's' IYj third-the scientific and almost perfect balance

You JuiSrvcM;_} ..... .' A''IE fi J) >. of the entire Buick crankshaft assembly.

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Top V.wd I
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irrni pful( .1<*fx>rntivif. aiMition to the fur complete HIP instructions for making" it, send i
I coupon| below to our Handy Man
ni" of any room Even rnnri inifMtr
IIIIH to the Service..... .. REGISTER MOTOR CO.
handy 11an. il i io nisi to inuke. .:
I ut, only nine 1".1'.01 ivmul urr reqiiinil >
Tln-y, ore rosily" cut and there are DRAWINGS AND INSTRUCTIONS STARKE, FLORIDA
ll.DDr Mss St.
im onipliciitfil .In.
incasuri'nii'nta ilillicult

rho dniwinu upcrifirs >8 g-inch material ,*..**..>mt litrfli* ."'k"a| drawing., II.t of mat. i
R for the end pirre* or legs" nail Ilif luniktm nil l ni.ilml and itimplple m.Irwrhrn| for bilililing. Rid yourself"creeping flood Put your body In
tinll.ivlv. Mm I prow..... I h... ebwkal l Ixlaw. GUARD trim slowing
iu'h Either solid by cleaning blood from the
or plyaixicl innv' be I sub or tuuj up your
nerd for hew I part II a Ialil0!; with. heavy Q ED:: ,| Til>.. ... I down poisons poured into it by Inactive kidneys
iniirr nub.liinlild lines will, be more in (,l'wnMA ahoTV" ) the(and bowels. You may rely upon
k-i-pmit with the room in which it i in to O Work Hrn.bSSnnliin famous old Dutch National
I lit, umil, !Ta-inch nmtrrial' inav be tubititiiliil ::: :; 1.S.h..rldeanb.d<,slant YOUR Household Remedy-in use mince
6. fur tlir x' 1'0.1000.1 will dive the ( ,in previous'IMIMB ISomo. 1696. The original and genuine.
f street dt..iretl'
? I In (Of ..iurw, the important piece. in any ............................. ......... &(yfXSMEJ&t.f '; KIDS S

till !V m, I the top This design "providoriHiiiiy S 311).( .................. .................... .ARL1OIL! : .* _

MECHASTEANi lop Di-aiitiful, rlfin'tj may. he pro- City and P4.,. .. .. .. .. .. .... ......... L.'r-"-' .irlw.a :,;]
din .1| if a wood of wood with .
pier uo fku. PRINT 04H 'o.d .d.I.... pl/..lnl,. Acceptt 10) amttatlnne NOW'

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FRIDAY. fKTOIlKR: 21. 1027Mfliool. IUt.\n.Un ('()('ST\- TKMM.KUMI.: : HTAKKK.: KI.ORII ,.

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I I at tho I Intttrnoctlim ol.1 >ri.K !"
ltoiuThe ) M"M." U. CVhI. dO 125.00 .Mm. J. L. l'"drrhlll do un' 50.01)) I It I Tliedo I.roomn 6 2.1)0) ) i O'I"C'.: (1"II".lnl I go Htr'i'tH I t hi)' .'|'."rr'.u"'I'U.\11'U 1
:Iyl'" I" J..rkMtln 41fl 125.00 U. II Flitch do _. __ 121.00 |1.1!>, C. Thoiton Jonei" lock" ,'piiu I .3- 4.75..66l Po n of 111)1, rut...I tradford, County,.'I .:- : I

fullowliiR I lilllti w.-,... uudludHnd I \' 3 \1.I JII'k" .10 125.00 Mr* I I.. II. Fulcu do __ u_ 60.00 l jl. C. Jones' repairs .1 611 "oII I 1 the ,'I..ti Court of the Twen Ilortila. nit Nort h Hld. ,* of MuillMoii) I IN.
ordered. paid : "II'M. I II. I''kln.I ,I" 7'H'II' Mm. A.V. Krnnnell ilo 6000Delniii I I tl; M.tson shades I: : 3 .. 725il Iv-N\'lh .1 1'1"11 of I Ihn Hliitn" Ml rout. and on Wont. si ld It. of "runttaHtr Votlro lit hi-rc-hv Klvnn, that T. J.
Jiiit' I HoHlur 'hnulliiK' I HentH 1 n ()MlThelniu ."..I.l .. \1" ", wa" .1. 1151111lI..nny il I. MIIHOII I chair II 2.:1.: : ,. ", I ., I llrmlford ) .M t mid run I Ih. ". North 105 r..1'h. AiI.'I'llnn. holier of Tux Hlllllvnn. ,IttHChlnir: 6500C : Sn..lIl1'rov. do tl5 OIl 1 ninklne do ._ .. 60.00 I I'. I.'. Stump) HltudcM. I I ) County.Fl.oUlnX. 1.0 I ) .-".-.' \\.nt I lO.i foot, thomu. SouthI I 1(17.( 6th day of A. D. 1D21.. p
T Lawhorn H-nililiitf. 125("Mi 1'nl1l: Il IrkII1N 11.1 115110tJ ( ;il'aciAVood.. do 6000.Mr J, II. :Surielu-y' toilets 11 I 1000A. ) : POXVKH I.ICIIIT I tUi( fi'oi 1 I 1i" )lt.IIMII) m ..1. I ln.nroKant buss Illod tnild) rprtlflcnn, In my .r.I -

MrM'V.. T, JOIIHH do flu (ill I IIN..It' Mae 1-loll net t do 65.110111' l ;! ;It I :A AtlderHon. .1), ::: -- tlO:(HIDclililc ) .\. II.fh'l pjpe mill crayon 2 3(10) i ". II'-X I 5.. iiirpornllon OIKunlmd : nluMK I .' .. MitdlMoiMtrtot I fli'i,* nnil nindo nppllcullon, for tarn

& Free Wynn. do .__ u __ 8000 \t '':'' l 11,1lh".n do 65 Oil I riillllpH' ) ', do ... ._ 65.00 I nnd nndi-r theUIVH to ;iiolnt of hoMflnnlnHT. hi Sooliott dppit I to INHIIP Hu-roon I In Hccord.lnctlth
f Kiln Manning do HO 00 Jt: ,'i I "ftln.( ,do II H. 'III.I 1 .1, T Humes do ._ .. Ml).Oil (10Imv uf t nlM'h'l of Florida, I .ill, Tup. tl, H, U. 22 Kant.tUIKKTIVO luw. Said. r.rl"ral" enibraoon,
S, 8. Dowllng do __ ____.200.00 .I N. I .1.. l0llll do 1500 J V Jones repairs 4 ( 1'utltlonerllrncHl 1 I l' You find each) of bIle follow ln.. 'Ih. Ir..e'ly ..1UII..1 -
r.. / ; h 1.1'h:: ::1. S SOil 1': :;.II'I': KilwiiiilM; "lepnlrs .1 722 nt' I In litadford I Cou .
Klorenc-e Mat I hewn do U.I 75 % ) .. _:=:=::-:= 1500Ilad : ) I 12(10 V 0 \on I art* I tmrt noilflml I t hut you
( >'N Norman do ._ .... u 80.00) It. Cooper miiwIiiK VhS 3 21.I UI) II XXellf) *. and Mae 11. h.ntl;: .,.,." :)))(II.I: IfflMldlilltH::: : ttl a Hlllt I II-wl I :
.. )) no' Mrs I .1 I I.. 1'h''h.1) ,'I'1 I I XV'cllx. and lliiidford J. I I ho half, of NorthwMt quarter *
Corn.I MeiiniiKh' do no ) County ) u ulMKTfH -
l.lllle) Meltne ,I.. ______._ NO 0(1.loHephlne ) '''tnnk.1 SV. Ii I I .. : 15 1 (10 illoiaiirord IIalk. a corporation I :): .Ir.\I ; \'jnlII'IW.t: : ;rotuplUitttimv ) : Xorltiwt-Hi ,iiuaitpr::::" of ,
Spptloll 'I'hfK
of Still T .
: IRnMr'r illini tPC 5, n 4
Vonniana do _-_ 0000Mthel ) lefend.intH. .. tIll In & ) that hu (I.
Has Big Part in Successof Moore, do '_ 50 00Maildi ) Co. Ilnk (Irl"'r 2171! (..n.I..n.jtl... I the u\i mm.-r of tin too HIIII| | I tltlo I to It. 22 HiiHl, 1'ontnlnlnK1 120 .

: .Mitchell 4 : do -_.-:-: .. (10(10llnnlce : ::) J, F I"'kll.I I 1"11":3 34. IS NOTICE I the aln i .\t> !..HIM'..llx'tl Innd. and I IHHfor The AKHpHNnuifit of tim 11 l property

: XVhltehend di> 51)11(1 C > ) I further. IniHlnesHthe I TO At.l. PKHStiN INVFUi-TFI) : :) .ilwrrcii rutnovtim I I : ..I.IM. iiiitttntf | I miller Mi 1,1) eortitb.'nto 1"8uet was
"Fire Prevention Week"TO ,Ml'M I J A. VeIn. ...) .ou DO,00 There.. I IwliiK l I no 1 IN. t>U II.\ \' III'1' '". I III I.. tht'i'i'lo, .ud ". clttar. I In I I tin nmno of ITnknown.ITnlPNN I 1
'r. II. rinhnlxter do .u .__ mini) ) .1..1 ItJ'I.::" \\\KII'KI.I'rl.I.\;: | TIIM) FOI.I.mVlVd' imxCltlKFIIIMMPKKTV :) hifT tiiid ...."U'.II"1' tin) tltlt* to nlil, mild, cprtlfli-ntn I ..hnl, I bn re-
Ruby ItoHler do _- _._ no no .", SITUATK. l.YINd I land ,in i'" | and .dofiocln dponu-il ni-i'ordlnw. I to luw i deed
I"... Cnrinlolinrl" _u__ no 'onUlaiicln II \In'IX' .11 I." Avn I iv I that the complainant, han nnd hoMta will IHHIIO' ihpri-on on the 30th day t
rMnnrilH: do __u. (in.OnA S _ J:1 ) \ : 11.\I'1'OIL .TIIM' | and) Hiifliclrni) foe M"n.I., i thh'coIiIim. of ()eloin.r. A. I M 1127.

.1 ilrlfflH .1.' . (1(1 (inC 11"C'I 'I. 'TI': U;> r I..S'1.111)| I cxtendlnir 50 ) I hi and to t II ho cal laud*. (iiitoil 'hi. 2Sth dim? of Septfmber.
C. :Mnthetiy do I ._ 1(15(10( )) t l.IlIIe' lT fi et i-iich nidi. f.a line. said linelicKlnntnir ami 11111"1 and dm'larliiff) voidtinv A. I 1. 1 1. .1(
.lonephlne) ) I )I1)t,' do 7000Flora ) "UI'% iv fi MISJlontlily I nt .n point on I the 1111". rlwht, t Itlrt I orintoront W. AT.TlRllMAM

I Wllcox do 70.ooTheltna South; ) 1111.t'f, the NorlhwcHt of nnv 11.1 I all ottur t'''- (I.'ie of C'lronlt;) Court,
.lolniHon, do .. 7000Leola 111111". DiniH" nnd l I IM I pt rat IOIIH thori'lti.It lirntlforil) (Bounty.
(II In.I flnl I( 1 Htntcment ofllrnilfoid (iln) ',' ( NXV', ) ..r the Soiilhvft I i
I l Forir do 70.00 In t hoiffin'1ordtrnd that l-30-Ct-IO-2S. l''
ofSi'ptvmlitr. \ tonai'leiSXX'i ) of the
:Stella, M.-Wnnl l .1., 711) on I couiitv for I. month I Soul I bIllet ,SKi.l of I: hi' KIIId, itofiHidiintH' I ) nn m *tl or, not'
uimtter (
.1 I ). l...ol. I trnnHp. .. 7000( ) I 1\2.\ Mei.I I Ion 1 II. ) 5 South. iiinu'd 1 Unot\ or unkn")i\\ ti. uliHtMtt,
.. I lutidiUnl )
.1. I II I ItedillHh do Hfi Oil 1'\.hh' I ','I'IU'.1': :
lt-iii 22 "-"" t oniM.ali'd, i'lI "MII.>nt or ot 4 lo'l.I r- \
rc )
I I II! Mdwnrils: I I hold I Iwo It... lir: 'I)) Si-pi, I. 11127! I ISfl'I.OIllDcvlplH H.ia: \ (Mviivl { 2:.'! 1tt ,I)1,. ol Mlhl 1 ". ) : 11".. Il'I' 'IIMIHMH! in i hi hill of ci.mplalttt -
o .1. l K. Ailklim trnnHp." 32 M n ) diirlnw month I ,. I.M" I'IM' HO c.kltlldtt-d)( tiRahiNt' you. on ,.r.t
'I.I SXX ,,
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( 1 ofthe I" 'h,'
.vi) ** inonlli irnilllHal. I"h"- Ib..l "-" I) IH gb Von that ii 11,1CCI1)111
.1. AilkltiH. I .._ Ill)n.Oil 11.) 01"1 I Mnmliit ttu I"le.
I HnilHp' .I ton I 7th. dnv .r Xov '
thenceiiiimlnir ) '
1. < ct. I "21.,71I' ., tract I ) I li) ,1"" ) Hint prlnln llniilil.iii.p ,
.1, ,\ Connnllv I trnimp fin nn I .5. l ,' Ihn I'lnnll) fourti.r ,
livfure '
? ) ( In HlrnlKliI, line 1127. .
n In I. l .r force loHiinnun ,
'I. ) I'tirfl-ltiireM Fund nort I o and 'n1.,1 -
\ Mr I Helote. I loin) .1 .
) 'onnl ,
irniiHp. i ) l-'lorhLi.
an *
)06( 415l'iiIiit > llcastcl-l 711 I :1 feetiii'ii 1.,1".1 I l HIP 27lh' ilnv, of .Intin 1)
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c "s. "Kcllev Irnnun.) sunn) ) I Hill). :Sri.l) I I. I I'll; 7UicclpiH ch.'h. Hald '.., .
I.. II Unities. trnnHp. Wi 00ii \\ ) ,diirinw, : )inontliHrnntH niiinth IIIIHHIll.lil.4l I) inirlli, l or Ih.) 1' of.' mild Irl..t." on uhltli) the i,'IIIII..II..uln..1\) ) (. hll.r' ",, ",.IUII'I".: ) ", .11127..linlKinf" by llni:Ihp.I 2lttll:; ', .rJ'li.:: .A.111; AdltlllH.,. ot? .
"' V 1I1I1'nI I trnnen." 70 OOK I ho .
4 foet I it lr ontorIM
. 5500I Hill I. PI87Ilimd Kill' 1 II I 4 point ) more )or, less Sin IP nC Kloilila I !In mul for Kind-
i .:1 A Snpp) I trnnHp. O'J liiiidHill. lillHl: ) of the Northwest) ( Nconn \\ ) | !awalnNtoii foril Onuiilv: ; In Clmm-prv) In I thatct'itiiln )
1. ..
.. ,I- X 5000H
I '
) .. Snnt)> IIIIIIHP of Id, riu). > Ht aiffoi d 1 oiintv,
r trnct.Ynii .
17 .054'i.l nil ) T..I.I.h. I IUIHChcrpln o. I I. Pimipvnnd
7KriflpiH i
) I. 1 11' ,
w '\VlMfgne Incld.' H 75 Sepl. ,
SiurKo, .
: fi4SIUII and e.n-li, ofou. nre) requiredlo |.111-h..1 11 1"II.J..1 .11- .1 1 ,c Clark .-
diirltiK, month) HIP i oniplnInuntn,
) II I XX'luirliiH) Hiilnrv 20i) noI. t t ,).,, I IH lift (
h' ,I. W Kli'kllter. board mr. 4 2O lllli Oi't I. IH27Sopl. ) ) ) 1. ,he n.,1 I n"'I'n" the circuit Court II'"'I'.1I mil 1 nvnliiHt, M I 11'Iw.l) ) ; I0d-:
__ I,,, <. ,' 1i of I I). Twetil.v-Hlxth I .liidlclnl I ('I lr'l I I an t In iteNpapor: : :: hli'h: i I \ : : \.1 I lllnllii IIH ." J.
!: 5 20 .rl. .
,'<,:>. I II I I H M.iv Itonrd .r. UII.I.. .. .f I Nlnlc of In nnd, t h o and onli'r. I'I"' IM* puldlHhtdtthi'O ,
82,43 1'I.rl.ln.) m konnpilv. I I It. I Ir
'< "I.: 1 1f A I M "Huircncy honrd serv. inn) )) I j : ,1 >ck for I'"J'"III' IWO.
: ,. ':' :' MIH II PerklnN I I l'n 11ev. I linn I till. ( let 1.I 11'2 2242 llrnilfoi-d: Connlv' I : 'Ii'JN"'I'I I I) :bIb))' I .....kM.1't".M I. u < r..r e".wllv. iltilspiifip) \ I 'i, illtlll ..: )IMxvard, P.Cnnipiiill .
S : Mrs 'Irnnsv 45(1)) \\l ) 'a of .Niiicmbcr -\ II. showWllllt ) nndlfp., 1,11) ml. "'
: ; \ hand 1"1 U I ho'
: ( and "II'h81.1'
I ,li.\"M": \: .leiral. Het\lcn I, 1125 Kill.) Sept.. I. 11127 vItitclpiH 1111.fi2IH ) 'Iti.l''M'' )'nl) I]IIVIIII I the lll'IIM.iloMerlUcd i'M ltu mv tthovi* nainnl IIM Court, I Ills 14.1, \ I till I lit mid wlfp I A

.1.1V :Motirnn. truck mnterlnl 81: So ilnrlim) monthVntinntH <)Hllilud I :iniisohv, properly mild) 'property nnd to Hliouldnol ,show ri:13;:: .| day I :of: Octolu-r: :: .\, It: l')27it ;) 1"Icv :: :: : Jjiiiii-H) ;.1' Kennedy: : and i
.1. l F. ..II.'y truck body I ICI.75 "I inonlli I 1 ,M.MIIItM: 1 Mpiipoil It KHIPH: un') Iliinnah, Itl-
i I..,. XX'li-irlUH) help.. with l 1o"H." :1.25 1.O..t.. ) "III' 11 Ml HI' I lie Inkcn fin the IIHCS nnd I |iurPOHIII ('I'k( of\ ( 'nnil. hILL. mn dcfptiilaiitH' I tin-h iIlIlerNigo.i'I'ei.I '

, 'j I II I \VlirirliiH' rrirht' on di-Hk. 71.11 \1 In.lI4I. set r.nlui,. In, the Vein Ion of t .*. I 1sr.: ) I "" ) ('I"'III Florida )IIM''I'' 1\.1"1, \ In Hllld
,II' I l A l.litht Conipanv, II "H"n : HUMlo I oxpcnfc I ) will I
76 '
) I I1IJ7Uii'ilpt on.Miindav
-- F II I Trlnibbnrilit) fei 20000 ( Sopl) I. ) r .5. )KINHMT) ; <
I ). oi,'KiinlKi-d) nnd cxtMlnirunder Noveniher
) tlu 7th dav)
l I.. IE I'MwnriN, ttnck letn-H, 2.0OI ; 011,1".. tnontl I M "2 l ) of ,
KlilliiiiiiiiiuK ;) UHI the I l-i\i-i I of )the stnte of 1. P.r. 1..lIly'"I.. .5. I' l'l-7 I Ihn Il-giLl hour
I! T OHteetl I ll-ll'-k boilv 01 1(1vi lllli (ct. I. I"S7 i IM: I ..I".II'I.r( IIV<4. I. ,11111'
Mil'* "MI...." I IIIHtll HHIIIH 150 ) riiinillnl :liln.: ) 'to for: condemn)' : :nnd: I:dike no, .h'I(:I properly i''I fur. I '0)01111)) In,4., of CII IA. cell II I'hl I hlffheHf nnd bentMilder
) ) beliarieil
.loe 1 Kelley Irnniip 36.00 Si-pt.. I I I'I27( 7 MI'.nl pniillipmpoHcH, in-7-fif-ll-l I ) fur" i ".h. in front ur the I Southil.H.r
I .' 7 Mlliil ; ,of .. 'i-lxlit.)( title) nnd) InterestIn or tinloniHtoiiHp' In Htnrke.Iliiiilfotd .
I I .. ... 4nliH.ilco : ( let) I I. I 127
I .AMcrniiiii. cli-niiinMT I ) house 2 50 ) I II (.1 to ClIP, |.ropei1vTlilH ) ) I ) finintv, Klorldn) I he follow-
:: : : :
Ml.* .1. I.. Cndi-llllll, ? ti-nihliiK I, Sr) ooi I Kept, .I'1lm7. Nolle..' ..h,1 be, "tinlillHhed, Inthe MIIII U; or \xrrics: t\i.MNotli'o ; IIIHT lalnlH( Ivlnw nnd helriK In the
i.: \\. llnvi-H com. tnx ",,1" 1K 60i I) I I ) I I 'OI'I'\I I 1"lIer".1" I ) % r.ItsrIIll'I., n coiiiitlpH of I Ilindford)" mid l Clay, to-
.l.2 .11.5(1() '11\. 'I "" \' '') 1'"I.I h.,1 I In I IllniirordCollllly ) I of Si-cllon 12: NI-J of NKLiM
i: XV. MiireH coin tnx I i III-) \11
!I';. \V I llnvcH ,.IIIU. tnx I'.d 1. :3. IIOv.I I hciohv .. 1'I.fll', tho foreiroliiu' .; .' )" iinci* I week forXXITNHSM IH liclpliv. KlM-ll that ,nndi'iiiinl \ : Ml. of 5W14 i.fllnlliill
I : : ;
|I.- Willi'..". com. Inx ml l. 4 ::1 'H'I "tiiti-nii-nt) of. I ty 111,1 lpiH n,1 WnrIIIIIIH I" ,"fl "".",''11\l w. ,'I)C I .In 1.,1..1. ,1 I i- ,ii.ilu, finaldi'i ; I .:: 11 'iiI'.r') : Nl' .: .NWIH of \
l : inv hnnd nnd ...lIlct ,1 I I'I ) r >fi of C..I.I ill i' and I Kali inadi'ami ,
Sii.; SKI of Si-clliin 10
i: \S" MIIVI-H, "111. tax col 0 I fiSOli ) I I iMHIII-ll IIKIlltlHl 'h,' flllllll) Ofiniiroril .
i: W. HiiM-i, com. tnx col. 7 229!! : Connlv for t lIft inonlli) ofSilit. 1. tills Isl ,lilly of ",'I"h'r.n.., "ri'Mili'ii'.l" on tinK'lh 4 ) ilnv >if Hi'li.. 1 NI, ,.r NC'i:' :1."r: \ SI-Ji.) ,
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IIb.r. A )
I 1927. I'IL'7. l v I li.1.I ,
i I.: \V .llnvi-M com tIlt ci-l. !II 441 I II ) ., 1127.) )IH II" .Hid) corn-cl I. toIIIV cl'inli II 111'h, .of: ):; u ,. \\'i swi ,
!I': \\'. I Ih"..'.. com tnx col 10 ft.4nK till'l bl-Bl' ..f t) UlloWluilHi I Illld IIlur. I'll- n AT.DKUMAV' ( In and. fm .1"uJ.r.1) ) :of 5.. VI"II'r I ; :N ',, SNVH i, N'- i'M SKI,
I'liiinlv 'loilda. In .
I : \V. II tax col. I 12 1027 Clork "In'nl. I Contt .hu'. .of "- I ) .) 1. HivII.'II -
I It r'
IS lIrolI tIll I Florldi) I i'ilnln) I III )Ii.I' in inline, I ) I :I 21.) .N : '.r:SKI.: r'I.: \ .
K: \V HIIVCH cinii. 'tnx .1.| 13 1(1( ti. w. 'j'I., : : : I. : ;: : ;:.; \ n 22
} I.PIIt\S. c Ii I hi'ioln i Airrfi'iillnrntChi'iiiloal 1
I K.v. Haven I com. tax i id. 14 KIT1'I Clerk ) ny A K.Miin rI : nil III TowiiHhlp) 7. ,,"Ih.I Itanire, 22 j
1 I'! \\* Haven I com. Inx ...1. 15 (1 2."ii Court, llrndford.r) ) 'Irrli. I 0-7-1-11-4' I lupiity Clerk! fI.llillbIl| I a i-m''pm at' 'Ionoi lOiiHt. nnd IIIIIK, : mid, "IIOIIIK In lirad-. ,
( I K M I JI II"NM, irn,"I nlKi'd) ) pxlHtl'itf I niuli'r) I Ihplawn
t \'.' tax, I I Id !Ii O'! "I.1 I Im i mini "- ,
i : I llavi'H I lot)) col. llv C. A. CI'liri .I 1' 'J"'II.
:111".1. Xlloi'iiifor' Petitioner' fif 'li, Ma to of Klorlda. IM '
i I.: \V llari-H com, tnx ,'..1. I 17 4 S'lH (11t! ..inlilalnnnt. AI'l., I'rI., ." '\nnhlp) 7. South, !
nnd SI l'I I" ,
1 \ loMiniintI'o
W. I HIVI-H) com tax .111.I IH. 2511'0t ) ) llanui- ', ntid IvItiK' mid) bnlllKIn
I \V IlLMHi-om' 'tux col IS Il I, 11114 I .. I lie., a r"r..11 t I," oritanlxi'd, and I county' l'lotld.iA) 1
Twelve inounaDO lives ana more t 5, N: Thortoti. : :elennlliK: llolIHe; 2rt.HJ '<> Miiilc"I I txlHtltiir I i |,II\\H of Din, :Slain' 'IIV H ('II'' \R
of l Kli.ll.ln.' Ix ilpfi.nilant' I I. I I'!. M..1..h"M .
), Mnntpr i In
II 72
XI J ThiiliiilH, fit l dnv 3 In t circuit, Court of tho Ten Hnorlal
"hnl".ry. .
than '"OO.OUU UUU lo Weldloel clt-r- ,
pioperxj In, I :S MiiKinr)
would gliiil ax Hluill offprfor
C N. I Cooper, repnlrM 3 4150"c MI"llho l\-Hlilh) .liidlclnl (')r'llll of (lIi Slnti, .1".111 ISIII'I') I ,\ ISI'II'I'1 I f"lk. 1'1. :
IIIDI tUe .ut'mc'uuou* toll 01 nab I I. I II* hlKlipnl and : )' ..
yum T l l.nuliorn ti-nchlnK, S ::11,00 nftor lio liiul mil I lie of I.'lSrl,lis, In nnd) for Hrndfurd "II.llln''
) hPHl lilililpr, fin
I'llHh '
nl I ollt-
Kyniiin. Klv"1 pnt
are in tla. country aia Ml Wu- MiXX .1. Jones' ,do 2 2-,00 .."nh') ,.,_,. ln'fonHIP Souih 1 lll... i IIPnitliiMiHp 10-7-61.11-4, 1
Ft,'" XVvnn ilo 2 So.onKdnil text for Hprinon, "If I Ito yiuitiBnum I roxvicn I.IOIIT 'door ___h _
1.1"111 l' ) of Ilitnlfoid! ) Connlv, 1
llama "lliree-touribs ol name urei hit ; ,
I : Minnliiit- 2 I l H roiporntlon, I
are (ruin ruol ana cnimnej ..outv. 'S I liowlltiK. do 3 50 miMIH ) vim IK sIn! 1)41) | IfIg| outHlilo I Hie 4) II "1'S",' exlHttnir I I under orir-thoLllvs :Slinho.' ) lIlly I'Morhla.) of Mondtiv), .,.. A.. Ihn 1 SPVpnlh !' '" 1'1'1': it'''1' \ 'l'I'I.I"'I"" FOIl I
I II, l Pet k Inn do ::1 I 15 on rf I II"I Still of Florldn, Xoxpntlipr. 1 1'I27. :: I
avoided wuen ou .w ournea lo t.aomnn I.OIIIHC Carrnunv do ::1 t I 11. nnllonnie )dour wnult conio In nnd niiike aliHolulcly I I'elltlonerCoiner 'II HIIIII** lii'hiK II li'Knl) >iap \', I...- .

Midi. 31 J75 tires reported innv I :Siielhirovn' ) ; .1.. :3 15 noITniili ,.". 1\.1 tim, hi.iifK of I II I 1.1..11".1) 2 Nol, !<'" l I" hi-n-liv Thiit' T. J.
.Pel-kins do :II J I 5I in' I rcM-lnlii( I whether HMO In 1.. Peck nnd) llitlli, S I p. in. MIII HIIIIIP' liphiK. I the 1'11'111! ) Alili'l mini I III.. ) Il""n.Tax CnrtlfI. I

aiuutns 118 were (row wooo* jr 4)Il0) ll.. Mae, Iti'linet do I :3 s 15 nnMailire ) bore tonlitht or ) Til a I. would) 11 'k. Ills i'lfe, .rimes II. Hltihnnd Of ..11.'. I h. folloWlllHT .1.1..1IH''I'I I I. nil. ., f,7. ..h..II.. of .Inlv.' A. I>. I
I i
coal Diazes None was caused D:011.. Mlddleton I do 3 I 6 nnt (I I Nilicl, Itltch.) his. wife. ,1-1 : I Ili2"i' hl. flliiil" HUM I-PI' t"If li-me II my
I 5.00I hi". grout denl I holler I I than opon- IMiiiHii' M. pIpppM nnd parrplH) OfP1,1.1 ,, , ,
tot Fire l lot) hei I inirriiiH) iloi: I 1 I' C Kinlnw nml Mirv .1 Kin* .. iIi"' ,111.1. 1I"I"llnl I r. tax
"Tliuae who are respoiuioie \I" I II I I )leI'I'3)j' \ 15 'H') I the dour halt nil Inch) or HO nndI 1 Inv Ills wife I lull 1 I. C, Kldrldite.Tiuntee. ) sinti- .11.1. ) )In )1..1",1" ) 1..1' d.'i'I I to I IM..U. I ) i .. ,rtlm ne.
Prevcucioo vVeeK use it to draw oa* Hive' liny ,I.. ::1 .. 15 n I I 111 1"I.rhln. Ill with Ilw. I
tionul aiicniion to me importance 31 U I K Thornlon.' ) J.inltor :3 50 ill I hereby exnoHlnK I the ncnks (if lht> T t.nII.I... I.wo' :- ill" PI,'llflc.iln. I cnilifiicitl..i fol
Maul: linlf of tin1 VorthPiiHt
curDing our immen tire lo&sea fbtrutcuy Mm) II F.. .II.X Alldi-lHini Flitch) "'II'hl,1I'do) II 6 2iMIH. 2Jilrace : III"n) |1"1,11('| In I Ilio buck row to \ current C'.....""f I.. ( KMj: of Mi) : ), II I hi' ) '>,lhw"M'riitmtpr') iiitiiIIT "- lowing I In )Illiidforil, doHirlhpil, CollntKlol'lil.i.properly" ...1".1,0 I

+ of cold I Ir. Kpwnrlh I 1 Iler-I '.I..J ,.1 tint \iitlln-iiHl iinartpr' ( SW\ '
01 u all I* mat prooaolj Hi XVood do (1 I 11 1'0,1.. piiim : t "' )" lit' NolfhWPHt" politerof
I 1':11.1":1'I of NIOi: I Hi.. IIIK: of HIP NonlhUPKl 1'1"111
Mrs. A. XX'. Itrnnnen do B H..nn mi nxx'ivd ; hll 5.sIl" 1 r of Northeantiinmtir '
ares |
cent 01 oui are preveuiaoleLusees !
pet n) ) HWI ), tillSonlhiaMt .II'n''I.r:
"IIIIIIIIlT ( : : :
) ; I
do tI I I 15Corn |
"lielina IHnklnn 1.10I'I'"H"I'' : : I nnd r>.l I 1-:| rilH H.
are mucn 'lowel during tile do I 10 25.101! I I | (ii") ,II,..l' ..r flip I Nol t"IIWI-H! ..
.1 Motianirh I'lMH'HllTV) ) tin ".1. vv nt D.I b I i-i: niM Norm nonlH
aiootn ot aui annual prevention l.lllle McUne do. I 10 I III.on) I II A TONIC AM. "l-IIlVd: IV .11.\1.11.1 iinminr) ( HI I! ..t N\\ > ) mnl I HIP lo, IIPK Hoc. 22, Tp. HuI I h. II.

weeK Jonn C Oamoiet llliuou state, ..loHcpliliuVoiimans do 11 1 I"1"nil.I I ( 'IH'XTV. FLOIIIDXItilliK : : s'oi, 'HIM, : I'fit< N\\i:iMinrtir( of: st\I t ):'> NotlhwpHliinmtcr of lt.'lIliI'i. ), ; 22 l 1':11.1. Jo) actpH. 1 1
IKXl.llld I ,
I 10 "
;' Moore ilo\ 11 GROVE'S TASTELESS CHILL I n i-olll( InnollH Hlrlp 1 nf Tint. iiHHpHHini-nt of I'll ill prupprtrII
i.ic uiu.num points aut that 1U ourn- | .l''. T.>\\ lichln Hl 'I ( III I Sonlll, .
\ do 12 411 ("" ,
Mitchell I hI l-xl" eniHllir! 50 feet cm-It sldo n ill-1' i lh NtII, cprllfli-ntp InHlindUIIH '
.: ers 00 mUch to reduce are 101* Ibeirtalet )llnnlciXVhlte: bend .1.. I 12 211) n" TONIC rcBtoros Energy on
\ :. 1-i ; teatures are M well recognized .IIV'M..I A, Wnndln do I I 11: 4nI "" I tnlity by Purifying and .1 pi-lill, on) MIL S..,nth Iii "'of I It'" Tlip SouiiiiMi"! nnarlpr' I of I h,' I 'n I'se HIllll. ( l-el'llfU'lllH ) IIH Ft** t
,. .,, ) s'c.rihi'iiHi of .1111
( ; :
;" iiunri.T, ,
an) nn Enrichinl
13Klanche : '
: )Ifnlf "IPi di
.1 I I.V" "" lrnnnp -'h (Ml. ) ill the ) 11'.r i IIH il m i iiiillnu lo I": ", Ioot
that oil ouruers are used in many brei I Id In"1Nora ) the Blood. \Vhon S'I > Ag S"'O'E'-AT" 1 ndwnnlH I rail N)' you f",1 Hnlf ( S'.I nf In) "1"1 .t.1 will IHHIIP Ihn 7lll day u( .
nouses Seattle Wasn.. Newport .. 1 1(1 1 inn ( INK : ,,, llmiKn) Twpnty-fwo 22) Kanl.I.OIH :) t.r..1
liliiH do strengthening, invigorating .Illlirli I : 1 of Moll 1 :I Il.i Ninpliilii-r.' I l')27.
Ou-ourner are doing much ana Hoquiam Wosh. Boswn. Pittsburg. A. J. irlinn) ) do 17 400lonis -) efec. Todilp 4 HiHlth, >ItnitK-e) 22 lift ( I (2)i Th: .' ((3)i ; IHiti-il; ; : fhlH ::1,1 ;day nf (.toln-r.
Elmnurst. 111. l.lir I Co. repalrH 3 Inl I I 77 Bee how it brings color t KlIMl: Hllld Until! !.-ltlir! Odl I r..ntm..r" l.'inir (4i 'i"I'.15T'and Six (11)) nlxodiiHi'fllipil .\. I D.
will 00 a gieat deal more to reduceAmerica Kansas City Mo. and ). I HIPN PHI I Iln.n.
4 '" lUll
repnlm the XVi-Ht "
..IV.. Morunn checks and how it improves or ICHH. of I hn W. AT.nKttM\Nr
I tremendous losset from Delng Just tew instances For vengreatel JV.. !Moninn crnvoil M r;" ',"nt1ii) fire according to C U Wtllian ;pi ...fet, eonaiderations they XX* ;Miiriran I .. I ? I appetite, you will then upprucut I ) thence I runnlnir In n.Htmlirlit -.1"' ., ., ( 1\ '" of KWH\ ..r Cotiiitjr
'1:1: : W:. Xtorunn : r.rrM:: 11 7 .- true tonic value. llniIn' ,1l.I' ; / of I Hpclloir I : 'rl ;,' (21, TownHhlp : 10-7. ni-ll-4. li'loild.uir I
601. :
alsc used in
111. are widely Dospltal it I S'h""I'
Bloomington of tbe
president ,
..J.V Morirnn crnyon M 120 I ,...lion) ilNtnm .. : fci>ttnoie XlK I ( (O I ) South, HanRii rwpnfvluo -
A Williams OIl-O-Mutlc Heating Corpo- sanitariums orphanages and schools i JoRophlno VoiiinniiH Ichlntc. I 11 J". 'in'I liver Pills ( nt..l Ii,"M, ,lo point. on I tin I (22l, IIIH: | .
rat world largest oinKert of oil where many lives are animated to ,. II Futch' bkn& ,cnrd\ 6 II I 4"I i.,"i, 'III line of I I the Houthcnxt) 'Lulu ThlilPi.n, ( n ), Komliipll ((14)I ) ""'1'11: U'I'I.I"\'I"O" .-"I
.'5,nn) A of Crove'n T-lvcr Tiln! I. rn- li'irippti' ((15.. '"'" ( Kii. ) 'r\\ .
6 I
I Hob) Franklin Jnnltor park, I IIIlI'.l': (SRI.) ) of f li'Cllon l 25. 'Xl" 1"11"1 11';:
t>UI 111. a the care ol tbe authorities. ))) every luittli .>f GKUVG'STASTKLhBB ( 17' "1Irh'1, (1 IS). ,
I''. I I )llnnire'l\ 1W'I1' -
\.hl" "''lh. .
: CI1II.L: TONIC for thonewhowmh
i2ll, TMI) |"| > -WII 122). ) -
: .
to tnku. in ," .,1' p.-lnt( ? : I 12"r..1! ,, ,' 1..11'1 M lipri-hy Kl .n. that t T .T.
L..uvu conn..tuD ( hri'p ( 2:11: and ") ((21) I
) "HllHt: of IIIMllllll) 1"'I".r ,
hi..11.( .e. A II..l.I'r ,
with the Tonin.IN3hVLNIO. .r Tux 4 Ceil 1 ii'
00000 nlHo known and || | an I HIPoithwpNl
I ( Ivi'Nt (S'XV of .1"11..1
) Hnld l
, .l Ill r Soul) Illnut No 2llfi, 4lh dav f>f AniriiMt
.- Qnntler, (S p4l ) ..f Section \ oniillpr 1 of I'h,' Sonlliwi'Hliitiarli'r ) 1",1.. I. him, Hald) ci-rtlfliiitii A

. [ Seven ..'.'>, SIll Hlrlp' of land) Ivlnif) and) : < XS of SWi | I of SmtlonTwo ; : inv ""h'" iiitd 11..1." | ) ,
Ccniunta SI for
: 0 sat Banff I. TouiiNhlp 1 Slit III. S lllli.) 1I.lh'lt.n
4 '
.- .IIIK 'In the Vorth I Half ( S'l.) tut ,1.1 I lo I IHHIIP I'h.." -
Ill Hie N'orlh Hnlf( ( .1 '.1 I lbNI11bHit .*, blot"' 'I'w\' L'.M |14.Ivl.: Iliadfiird ...
OZVd Iii" wild law.. Said ci-l I I ) .
; "", ",Iv "" "I'ontnlnlniiI'liriK I 'III"At" "
) QilnrliT, :Nl-il; I ofi'i hraci'H tho I .. .
following '
<><><><> ,<>-<,. "ov .".III'1 ,' an.'Ot .le ,linn :'in. I..1) the )MoiilhenxtUuirl.r llniiilri-d, nnd 1 lOluhtv' CIHII pity elf nut IM,| county. 4."
.1"0"". .' l'.' I (Sl:' l of Section 25. '1''M. iiiiirp or I'MM. II 1.H.rl
,.. .. : Klorldn. to.witHonthwiHt ,
.1 :: profiprlv ) .Inf Hold I. IIPpoiilaai -
nil, I In ,
15u I TouiiHhlp I South. Uaniridie I I
.-Ca,,I''P', ), "q ojOan")*ElUe ,*' will) I HIP I IPIIIIH ..f. ) toHiitlnfy I iiumli-r) I I of NorlhoaHtiiuiiiltir
liIHt.: nl.1
..pu J A I.' I W.-Ml, I 15 feet of t h. tin' Miild) dpprpo) n r..r.III.1 of H.nit' hi'iint,
iinartcr of NortliiiiHtiinnili'i I )
Xpueif 1':. M. .11H, ")INS;
| | .
| 'Hitlti'iiHl I I ( (Sri'I ) of .
: jnarter) 111.1 5 in ,', .. of Itall-)
I Ihi' NiHlhciiNt" ( ( ) Hppplnl, I MaHlpr N"'I.
quarter Vl-i/i I In Norlhwi-Hl ,' ,
why N'oithIIH
SY3U3..nS ,,- 311d ..f ((4,-' 111,1., ".. TlVIIHlllp) I SolllllIt l I'li'inliiK-. I 11111'' .". I lilvi-r. ' ,, | iiunrlcr, of Siint. list of iinurtnrnnd -

(tIle 22 I'liHlV III) 1..11I111 1 I In N.rI' 1II'lIbt, corner of NnrthunHt I -
ml I i Hill of reiinlredo l lI S / ., rnniptiilmint. '
----- 'I. (n I \oil Ill I. 'iinmti'iof, SoiiHipaHi, itnitrlpr,
,.> jiml, I nploni I In I die, ( '1"1'11 __ 10.7-51-11-4 (Section, ) 2'i TiiwiiHhlp 7, llunxa
I Court nf die 'Twenty-sixth, ) .Ji, 22 (1':11.1., Ill) neriHTin I.l1lh
')lit 'nil) the Slot 1 ,f Florldn. In '"'1'J 1.\! ) >f rilil I nirty
I I ,Ill! for .rrll, "rI( Coirlv: : r.n the I ;: 7thdnv ) under t'I 7.M: 7:1:; ::::: I;i'iemt., )IHHIIIM pr';! was "

I Next ; .l of ',' ,,...','. A. I Ii. I21. to thn .
tme fu Hit "I,1 f'"lfl't i f 'II In. Tw.-ntv) I In lull tIlO M Ito iv, ,1'nt.ItnleHH : .
you I\, u-linl) I Inti-r.Hl 1 you hnviIn die Sixth, ,) Circuit of thtt Sfatoif Hiiid) ferllflento I,.. rpdooinnilnpporilliiMT

I I I h.v.-.I""rrlh.1' loi"pr'v) II n.l In l-'l..rl.i., fn nml Kor I hlrlfmifr,1 law, (Ill lend) will set,.
buyczJo2ce1aikfor Chow ..nn") whY "nlll"ol"rlv .h.,1' ( ."nl v. I Iw""ul .I I HIP I, llHt ilay of October.
,.1 In. 1,11(01) 1ot I,. IIHCC ."'I! pill.lIHI / ) & Mr 11 IT I .
( .. Me. t.rIIi I. I h. 1., I Inn tMI. I 1..11'l'OII.:1 I'Y. ,,rl'I., orir- I limed I HIH| 20th day of Mi-plamber.

1.1"11, I'.w..r & 1.I.hl 4 .t"lnv. II 1110..1) ) I'xlHtlntr, "n.l..r l th. A. I 1. 1027 I.
.1.0'1.11) ) tllll II ,,. .I all'' .I.1 Lawn .f t lIft H.atiof' Klorldn (1. W.' AI.HKIt.MAV.

.n.I'r ,. of the Slate' 11..1'- I'. I t 11,11)'rVS. dull It of "lr",1 (.',nr(. "
I ldn,, t. i-imdctnii nnil, tnke said' !i-iii-nt-.2N: | IIrlH. con my." r
erty for public piirpoHes. ; or elseIm H .1. I anil I ',.rla (limn Klorldn.ori "
I Imrreil of nil rlirht. lldi) nnd In- lie II'NS.
I I.'r.a' Iri nod to snM I properlv, wit. Iipfpndanf Is.
I 11 tifitlce, I nlmll I I lIe published I I I In 1'i.nilpn.nnlliiBNOTICI ) > <'i:
1otaLsiRA0 Ih'h : : : ::
I llradford Connlv Teleirrnph, nnewHiuiper I '!
pnbll I shed In HradfordCounty "4'01.1.. TKIISONS: I : : :) ,In ,I'In nil Ciiiirl, Twenty-Sixth Judicial .
b ."r. a woek for Four con IN. ( I'TI'ltITI.I.' ) ) ) I '..r'ul. llrinlfonl. Count, ," t ,

___ : .;> I Ii M""lv". w".k"'SI'II 'mi'I:tl"1 I\VI:1 I iiiscitiiiKii: : 1..1..1.1") bni'ry.I .
MARI( RtQ. ttiv hnnd nnd nlllrlnlMnal. Pill ) ,\' ',.;, I.YlVd I ) of Hlnrkti' a Municipalol ; .1
i 1IIM day of O".I"r. A, Ii I., ANI' IIIOIVII) ilit.5li.'UbtmlI'llI'Nl'V. I )poi'a I Ion.petitioner.
J l''27 I / I
I J )'' ..I ,
fl W AII'I HM.\N A drill; fif bIll:.I.\) fpot wldn I "

I ( li-rli f'lr'ul Court ..''. 50) r"1 hw..rlv I KIi>rMfi' !
, ---- llrndrnnl ., Florida: of u.I"nl i 4. ..' erIV ofu rt.H| inifMrit| \
'.4))i\r.i I llniwhich bi-KliiH, lit II )point I....I I i..i \Hllilnfv )lidu.

The! purifiedand llv C. A. KNTII'r.) .,, 1,111 feel more or Ii.HH. "Knot:, of I T. 111" CIlfU'tliM) itrifl Tux 1'ly'rM nf
I ).-" I 1 1'1'1 I! Went lino, of Hcodon' I I.Towlmhlp "Iv.r sttirko "".h 1 nil l.rsl.Is In-
i Tefirit-d calomel combined i.: M JOHNS. Ii Kolilh. Itnnirit; 212 I flKKKTINilM 1 *

with assistant and I Aitoriicv I for 1'II."r., ).., ... iin.l. I I")") I'l-i'l s Norlb I of die You uritl Hiicli i.f ymi will take m.-
7.Tit.111i I_I Si.Hill I lino of Hiild, Mi'i-llon.I HII) 1.1) I .,.. thur, th. city of Slnrk. a murnriioratlon. -

corrective agents. : ,.point IH feel Nri"Iw.I.l ( N\V) 11"1, Ii 11,1.-, I h. lawn
I ""'I'U' : )of 11.I "'"-nli-i line ..f HI' ill'e lllKhw ) .r tiniin Slut.. of Kloilila. hv Ii OIl
1rLru N useale.Sae.Suro I N'o I II: I liencn rnnnlriK In I lrh".h It (Mty rnuncil. han 'n.1, I aIn rl*
I'I o'lr"11, ('.."rl. 'FwrntV.9tItl) .1"",. u Voi dieiiMti-ily direction ,parallel 'tlti> nlmv Htyl.-J. ) ( ''.rl. 'J .
dlclnl I 1'1."". llrndford"* CountyKlorldn lo "nl.' lllKhwilv' No, IIJttin / ,l"'r ...*, I"ln,. 27th diiy, of Hcptctr- .
I In I 'liiin, ," ry. r. ", .r.' or II-HH. In ii her A. j' 1 'Jl 7. to ha, ve t let uIT
.1 1. MIni ilionc. ,point oil the S'oldl line of the ':f ;," :) 1 ThoiiHarid' : ( |.I'A700I l 1)9) .
..1.1. ; 1'4 C u.11'01' ('o"pllln" Holldl'VOKl IJHIirter( IMW',1 I of.Section I ili'lLirn wnrtti' f h..I.I" authortx.ixl .

JJ I I 2VM feet, more orIon" \hv ( ii.. i llv .' "r th" Cityof
1-1..nltid, hldif will h** receIved by thcnunly Florliln Itnllronil) ('..'.nny a I i.: ..t .r die) VorlhwentNVV ) Hlnrkn' ft rut ax |>n..\.11 od tot toy I'
I Ilonrd of I'liMU: I n N)ro,1 Ion I orpiirntliin.t al.) ( > loll I l0)l 4) the HolllhwentUiiurter Ilw. v"lolh.,1 l nml ronllrriHMl tty .1.| .

for I lirmlford 'oiinly, \lorlll nt thnSupvrlntindHnt'H I ".'..rirlnntiIIIIKII (HW'o of 111"1 I. or... I Ih..v. ntvlfd court.
( ; .lr.) lluua,). ",.. ..'1.1.1 'I ,".. ,,. Hit, III HI' | 1111,1) ''ylll nnd And that mi the 2Hfh lIlly of SopI'nI.r -
II'Ito :.tnrki*. Florida U I I "Klnvttn: o'clockA N.I, r. .1..ron.l.n'I c ,nI Or.r 1".ln., ) In the 1.'h\'M' Quarter, A l I' 1"2. an ,,I'r |MHii. .i1f
M., October 2lnt., 19J7. for thn furfilnhlliK T. I. 1"I.rl.l" T"lIrun.1 I I 1 ."hO (1 V. ii ,, ) of .. '.1. t I '..wI.hl It. I .ut of tho, fali,) ," ,tgm net th.
; of rnatttrliilM for and the ..r"RI", ,( ; lulol.1 I ,c. "I"rlr I I ft Hontli,. n'I'". 2 nMI. except Stain r>t Florida.' qulrlnHT It.
( e' ; .rnc-tlon t of iMihllc) I Hi'hool. lul'lInl I I .r I.rlo..1 I .. V. .I..r'.ln' : the "KuKl: I dillf, "I! I ) ..r I die. I throiiKh th,) Honornhlo II. V Kntirhr.Hliiti .
:deveo: centuries ol Scottish '*ongme located. I at Hrooknr. .'I"rhll I ) ., Mllrh"l: W. W ?Ilflblin. Slier. HolldiellMl, Cjnarler :<"KI.I of I I Attorney for thi Twunty-iiixth

ana Sf.or1 wars epiiuuii" .wu. in jlif &"fi r"r' I ,II fl I y. I In IIIe with I Ir forI 1)'.''in I V. 1"I.rlI I ,; ., Uniirler (IW'I an.) ..In., Ii.In, ) ('ln.nit nt )Klorldn. to how
> PL l'hl1 find np' "rlIli-at') Ion MM prppar Ml ("Hkl") ; .,.." I.. 11111. "'nml". inn fi-Ht ". the ,. .. ntIhn rniiHn l,i'forn the l"n.r"hl. A. Z.
tie Ur.e-U.y Higniauo UaiDeriug II. TrlmolD. Ar"hlert. Orlando .I'r fnr ,','n"l. M. .1..rIan., .10.. H'lillliw-( ,"!
.1 iud Scotiun Music festival recently li'ti rlIu. 101)e't). M .1 .,..rl" II. M IIrv .1 .1 or.'limo. of t die, <. r'r II'Hkp. In Itrailford CoUnty FI..I. ..-
t IQ M"'r"Mr,1) hlddor will\ tie refulred| J"n.l.)r. .'.rlon.. I. (1... ( )unit of th. VV. d.ilf I II'.. "nly I In the "t'.lo, cir
leUJ at Oantt m uiis tiigmano sotliuig to fnrnlHh a .surety bonrl In aninionnt kin" .ini l'nnnIe II, f".k'. '," hiM I "W'in tho 21th .. .t n..tob..,
I GNEIL 1 CL.5!; I I'J I t-iiinl to llfty < r0 per cent wIfe. W. it. V..nlVm.; ..nn.." f Kl'i of I lIe Soul ii Wed' QuarterIHW : ,S. I'. 1 IU27. at I'') o'clock A. M why
ot the Canadian Rockies :StagM: nf thEIr l bid.No \
-0.- of the conlrlc price Y"iini An" hi.'vlf' <, )l. Hald lond< nhoiild not hn validated
. |under the patronage) ol the Puacein SUTHI-RIJoNO. ).hi) wil... f-onnldori-d unleKHmud : ((onto. '1'. f..wln Rn.1) helen Yon, and "'IlI h of yon, tire reqiilred I and rnrtflrmn.l
FlQ5T) PRIZE' an ftirnlnhAd by ci 'nrwln hi. wit. WlIlcni) Wlbc'agn'i I .. I be :nnd) iippi-nl; : I In the Circuit i I -I'llKSM) : AlCl-i! TMKlCliKOKK: are toronimaml

A wale this Ccautai auractso soui.tu ... W'.E-R.O tha 'r Wcfo'.1: accompanied bya )1.1.:1': WI ". biN wIfe; %VIl- I '.lirl. of the 1w.n'' lxlh .Indlil.ll you nnd euth of you art
-.. E..JbLA1, 1 'y 6. I r. 1"Ylbl to until) 1."nV Htlh,) .. J".n N Smith -r.'", 11 of I tho I'n\' of .florid.i' In hrfttty) r.ilire.I,| | to h.p and appearlnfoTH
IIUUI LOW 31d14k
vlelluls UulleU ,. :
> llonril Ilundiedtf.OO \VI.k"v ",'1 ,". ,ml for Ir"'lr..r.1) (' on the : I Ihfl lloimraMM A. /: Ad k Inn,
9TRI3PHV .DO) dollarw Chfi-k r>f "MUfCHm Immw W. \Vlrk..v hi. wIfe. SlorV :. P. 1927. ',
"".I. Canaua '''.1 It WIU ue *u anluuai ;ih day .ludir' of I lh llir at
ful bidder), to I.. n-lalni-d by Raid) O""r nnJ' S P. fl""n..r") her h.- I dhow what Intercut yon have In Itradfrinl. rounty: :;. on"iik4

auiuiuu "OD' at uauti oereoy I I Hoard lIe I liquidated$ flamaireH should ',"n.l) : 1.ln n""C. I ..n. a n.Iwile. I,, iibovidoHcrllied property, and to ,.v ..t
..1I.I ILI.. SgI&4.. :& IUI. U.p ..,..., I the nuc'i'i'Hxful. bidder fall or nfuiinio ,.. A n.n,: N. W "nrk"l s.n'l C how ciuiHfl( whY "nll properly, Hhonldlot o'clock a. m. and cauH, any
. Ink frincs M W.I.. throwing also the Bloods and auinej turle foltoweu o; group from Ins i-xwi-ute a .n'r'u.t ano to supply wit,. A lie M. btnek.U. l..r I.M'Ar'hlr. bo taken ". t I .. IIHI-K and pur.loKeii yotj hnv'. why Raid b.n.l. nhould
aIbeebeO. Indian gave a most interesting ea. periods of Mary Queen ol Scot tni bond r"iulr-d within I.n ilayn nftrvrrltten n M (lomb. o"ml".nP lIt, forth thn Petition of not lit vallflfittd nnd) COO A rtned; olh-I
t". .......! iMilittl Witt' ) pipluu' .Ml>* hlbitlonOn' Stuart* and the aa well a*. notli-e) of arc-eptance bid.Th '. .) ITIrke n n.I wtc) T.I" florid I'ower I.lirht f-oiripnnv. aorporatlon ..rwl.. 'th' n llfirtitlon of the paid
wet* ainieiu. gamna ana lols. uaacee ..CODlt. Boa'rd reHervfn lie rIght to (4 w. M "DII'n".wnr'nr. ) ; orK, nl*oil nnd eI.MIng nntltltnn will lie, tOken .a confessed 5 ,,
( _all .* ola' as Scoilnua oerseil ibe ins evenings! ol tne Srst Slit al.ctloD rol the SODS 0 Bur ') all 1 bldn.) nr to arept \ \V IT Ilolhlngewnrth. widow, :in<(IT the Law* of the State nf FlorITI by you.M .
tnird days there were special program SU Waltai Scott. Lad, Nau-n' SOC 'J.lbrlyf part of bid' ) by them Th.m. i and) hiinband. Frank to nnd takn Miild It nriir..l that thin notlr l*
i *1t I ol tne oagpipe duiuiuateo. of Scottish song in tIla great Cbristopbet Nortb. ,..m.( to the brut Interest of ThomaN'nml Italia IVnle nnd hiiMbnndFCnntlM erty for Ii'"n, '.", nr eln I *"l; puhllnh. onc-i each Week for three.

,; Uanadiao Hocmss toi Ul... aays sjit Dallroom of the Banff ttprtng Hotel was the music A recsnUf acUOD the county. ) Iii, )I.: Annie' Miv r..vv and hl".1 lr: 1lht. tlda nnd ,'onHHi'titlvH wrokM h.r.r. the 14thlnv '
ra.tu. ) of and nperlftratlona I
mae c'oplait planH hu'hanrl jrthn fllnnfnctllrerllA I n i.b" to ) of Ortobor. A. n 1927 In th*
ivory Uigniaoa ragimeoi uVtWiaaa > at wblch appeared wme of tne oeet popular by Margarsi Kennedy n may b> had from the Architect) upon Nferchantit r..vl of Nwr York. a Thin Xotli-o nhall: hn 1'Irl'I".1:: : In Pradford, County Tnli.irraph, a w"nk-

oeing represeoieo u> uie ooolett Known Ocottlso singer J CampDell On lbs Second evening Mil di.pnmt nf Fifteen ( I150I')> Uollnre nornoratton. nnd ,John P Hfrnffonfnmnany I'h.' I lral I''.r.h Coiintv n I Iv newspaper In I'arkf .
lot tne oenutiful uopnt affsfvo .Ul. I which will be refunded bona fide > ) If eIther ptildlHhed I I : I
Melons*. Mm. Jeanne Ousaeau DS an. Oaultter ga.* a I ",.rnllon. whimper' I. Irn.H.r.l .Ullly.FI.rll" I Ih.
of andnpeclfIratlonn
01" W Ueatti Cbairmsc and PreeltMDl 'ilt 0 ulil l -r upon r.tur. plane nr the tiny ore Ivlnl or In .nl.IC.tone. "'"iiiuty' Klondn. onen "" at (frost Klih-
fldaoD rbompeoa France Jamse and folk song. Including soma EaU I Architect. Subcontractor .. r n-l I If "pn.l, not In cii.(0000. 1.- I be.iir r"no.'ulv. weekM, I",1.1. ,. ". l,.r..r" the 84th day 'IfOcloher.
01 tae Canadian Pacinc Ball*) Ruth Uatneaon Oaello eong' were tribal onanu whlcb SOS bad intro may obtain coplea ap- then to hi.. h.... their or |,, \\' : hnnd nnd ofTlrlnlii A I I. 127.WITNK4S I

THIS *>a* won ot Nell' aaUierlaod 31 represented oj Norman' Cameron and du to Nsw Yorkers la a racluu at "lr.hl. In their. wurl upon which pay hlnit IrgaMeeC. ffRnf.M, .l.vlH.r .ii, I thin "!. day of October, A. 1'.. 1 i ;( my hand and the seal

....... At u>. came time to* ajna- Hall Five ( Dolar. MlJf'CCU0rC. lirnl reIreCfltclVCC) or 1927, of the Circuit court of Bradford L .r
from Town
oj a ot folk to* last StIle Oauiues'a
group singers! Apo will l h. retained .jMMlfrnN and to all fi.rnonn. firm" AndrorporatUinr" O W. Al.VI4RMSN county Florida thin the 2S day of l
AthletIc Union 01 Canada 300dnetexi Hebrldsa. ejbo recently eetUed w aasisted by a group 31 Stonay Hy nrder of the County Board of wh... name, r.wM.nor *-** (')erk r-in-nlt\ Court 1 "le.I".r A. ,. "

Oat and ourdi race weignt- Canada rbe program 01 Soottiao Indian alngen and dann from till I lublli In"'r."I.n. lirndford County. plnr nf bliulnece I Im unknownto I Iiradfiird, fountv. porldaIly | n. W.ATtI1T1MAN
192TU ) thftt Ai** fntsr-nrif <;. \ r-l_ ) Court For
tug..ol.wt louinf U>r '
'IO" Historical ea- 3ro T'k.: 11.1
was drswo up Uorlcy flees amatt Ilolda ,
11 Da .1 Inf .
KlCKMTRn.ATTFST In th. r.l puty i Florida
can** quoitini oigb aoo oroounuBpic .,. oommsncing wlU olav oaJ a* baa *MH *' thdla gsa' : CTlalrman. toni ". h .h. Town ,, E. M JOIN! s'or. I f

f. ana auKut ana jatsiu. I .a. ol U latb l.& ...< al en out*. 7 IL B. WIOOINS. of 8f rke. Uradford Count, Flurl..a'i I 'ore, Petitioner (1..1"r.w". Solicitor I5 IiIu

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.>rda n;:a t a VACK RIGHT. .. .__ __ __ BRADFORD. : COUNTY TELK __. GRAPH_ST.RKEI..!>RID".__ ____ ___.________FRIDAY:. OCTOBER :lU, 1D37
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purehe for clemency for the old rascal. ton, MacKenzie, Taylor of Watson ing a series of addresses. on Paul'sEpistle -- : : : : -
flt'fi; : Bradford County Telegraph Many a man whose wife has grown have the slightest chance In to the CotosHlons. I =
prematurely old and homely slav I I the campaign. Their presence in The Junior B. Y. P. U., Miss
It''''".. ESTABLISHED IN 1879 ing for him and his children,Ithe; race merely divides the vote. Laura Newel, teacher\ meets at
,Nlet. Nr'Soetton i would get rid of her and annexa I, That is the situation as we seet It, (1:30: p. m., Sunday evenings and J. R. DAVIS & CO.
erealud'Ix younger woman If he could. To Carlton, apparently, is determined the Intermediate B. Y. P. U., led
' uoln:::a', Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered aa Second Class such, the plea of amnesia wouldbe to remain in the race, and at by Mrs Raymond also meets at
:I an open doer If the courts tookIt present there is some attempt to 8:30: p. m. Sunday evening. INSURANCEAGENCY
Florida seriously. Rev. Jordan should perfect his organization in Hills- ---.-
Publisher not have been taken Into court. borough. However, his candidacy, METHODIST CHURCH

ut' 'IO too x. t'' X C. Robinson_____...._______.________.Managing Editor lie should have been taken by his even in his home county: la not
":nt neighbors out Into the woods and absorbing the interest necessaryto (Enoch Marvin Rooks, Pastor.) ESTABLISHED 1886
Bluridaof tllui' l -- switches applied to him until he success In a state-wide cam- '' Sunday school Sunday morning

.h In n.tlt SUBSCRIPTION RATE: would have been compelled to paign. at 10:00: o'clock, E. K. Perryman, STARKE FLA.
sleep on his face for the next six Other than their announcements
re."uthul"' Yearly $1.50; Six Mont..... 75e-Payable in Advaaaleeo Ipoythe-Pslm. Beach Indepen- little Is heard of the plans supt.Worship Sunday at 11:00: a. m., i I
I Advertising Rates o* Application dent. MacKenzie: Taylor or Watson. The with sermon by the Rev. Cupplt of iI:: iI CI

to Two, --------- _- ,-'- .. o- latter might show some strength Penny Ministerial Home, and at ...__ ._ ,
c '" We wonder Just what that new In bade, ''and other lower East 7:30 by
: m pastor on "Comlag
o9:1' ::I" Real} Florida weather on tap this week. Ford la going to look like. According Coast counties, but there Is not By Night.p. "

jlti, outrt 0 to rumors we have heard the slightest doubt that the Senator The "Forty-Ninth Year" Service" -
due* (, it will be an eight-cylinder car, It represents the racing Interests.
this will be held
'VH .. School kids in Bradford have an extended weekend Wednesday evening -
'Jlu.'a will be a six-cylinder car, It will,be At least, this is the opinion abroadIn at the church at 7:30.:
old hl!' week. a Clr- 7I1nder. ear It will have the state, and it is a handicapthat We are going' to begin a two
'becunluwnee 0. 8. ... i o disk wheels. It will have wire not even the strongest candidate weeks revival In our church: on
"n.nt Gainesville waffle shop has invaded the sacred realmsnwoy wheels, It wll have wood wheels could overcome.: Oct. 30th. with Dr. Jerre M. Glennof
it will have nine different kinds of Taylor will split Carlton's vote Georgia In charge. We shall )
a?, of soup eaters and will furnish music to the tune of flopping shock absorbers. It will run sixty In the southwestern section of the I, be glad to have all denominationsattend. r
I drel
tnreu waffles. mile. on a gallon of gasoline, and State. In fact, it has been stated I Let all our members make 1
the Instruments on the board will that the Plnellas senator would plans for a full-cooperation In this r
.'j rpofuyi ut" 0K conslot of gas gage, heat gage, withdraw in event Carlton did much needed meeting. O
Produce peddlers in Jacksonville must pay a license of speedometer, amptmeter, clock, likewise. S
", sal" $250. But the law does not apply to Florida; selling their own altimeter, barometer, 29 different MacKenzie has been a candidate Members of the Girl's Auxiliary ,
mid B makes of locks, gage for air In since the 1925 session of the legis of the Flat Methodist church met : t tV
t a el' wares. tires, rear view mirror, cigar lature. He has failed to developany Monday afternoon at the church. i
'III..lolufal 0 lighter cigarette holder, a slot for appreciable state wide The usual order of the meeting r1 I
London paper says America is ruled by petticoats. Mis- disposing/ of saftey razor blades strength. Therefore, he Is out of was carried: out. The next: will i' ;) JI
and a place for parking chewing the plcture.-Tallahallsee State be at the home of Mrs. W J. Ep ..
pduoa, take. Come over and see.-Times-Union. Don't argue with Kiim/; The latest rumor has It that News. person and will be a social meet- I
[ntu the Londoner, Avery; he's right the car has been In use for the -0- Ing.
,. past. six months In China. If all ,
taft omen Dr. A. II. Freeman, of Ocala,
tall. Lawtey is too much of a little city to go any longer without rumors various attachments are true concerning It will probably the- was a business visitor to StarKe There will be preaching and tN1jL'
_ for Sunday school, Sunday afternoon
derv a water system. Another loss or two like the past week resemble one of those Chinese Thursday. at 3:30: o'clock in Saxton, By Rev.J. . i would equal the cost of a plant, now that electricity is available dragons.--St. Augustine 0I -Tribune. . 'aChurch .. + . V. Robinson, pastor of the Law- I

tr I, there for power. I I1KKTUI.IMIMK1N: ,e Invited.tey Methodist church. Everyone

ir flBli* 0 I I gubernatorial/ campaign/ has .. $ _-. ---
progressed sufficiently to make one Services
:: An exchange speaks of a movie actress celebrating her | u inurly end that Is. In event e ..

'th 1 Cut Mlboard first wedding anniversary. As she had been married three Dr Fans A Hathaway decides to q1 .. . . Weather report for period end- I High in Quality. .

|ut It, times, she was probably celebrating the anniversary of her announce, the race will be between Ing October 10, 1927.
the t chairman of the State Road
ISAI'TIST Oct. 12 84 72 .84 .
":"J 1 'first. venture. Department and Sidney J. Catts. Oct 13 80 66 .00 Low In Price .1
IfoinnfJ ter'I, 0 e At least, this Is the opinion generally (Rev, G. P. Raymond Pastor.) Oct 14 78 62 .00 R
.m". Ruth Elder's backers expect to clean up big money by expressed l at the recent Sunday school, J. F. Klckliter, Oct 16 72 69 .00 .t.f.i
; w meeting of the South Florida Press supt., meets at 10 a. m. Pastor Oct 18 78 68 ..00.o.t. Motorists are beginning to learn that there's 'a big difference -
tilerpn exhibiting her to the public at BO much per look and word. AHHoclatlon at Clermont. A surveyof t
68 .00
teaches adult class. 17 79 '
in tires
t80/ That'' \ between the made by Lindy and the situation In that section of although they all look pretty ,much
>( /, the difference flights Worship at 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. Oct 18 66 48 .00
Tut.of Ruth. tho State Indicates that Carlton's Oct 19 70 41 .00 alike.

nuuumi ......' candidacy Is arousing no enthusiasm -' m.At the Wednesday evening services -
---0 As far as MacKenzie Taylor 7:30: p. m., the pastor Is giv Total rainfall ___________ ,84 Some are made with skimpy, short staple cotton. Some t
at'l Down state weekly heads off a political meeting liken and Watson are cencerned they
have an overdose of "filler" in the rubber of the tread
this* "Barbecue, Beef and Oratory." Why not use B'a entirely are not even mentioned.
I: ..., The advisory opinion handed Some are long on looks and short on quality.
lor | and make it "Barbecue, Beef and Bull-Times-Union. down to the Governor by the Supreme -I f.1
"ii.= Why not shorten it to one word and make it "Bull?" Court relative to the eligibility We can charge your 0 HRS But you won't need a miscroscope to be sure that the

of members of the Legislature -i YES Goodyear Tire you get from me is a real buy. Goodyear
lLyJJ 0 to hold state offices createdby STORAGE BATTERY In 0Smith's I'
Remove the traffic markers on Call street and substitute the General Assembly of which. mileages tell the story. ;

in place broad orange bands painted on the pavement. These they were members, or the raisingof
'"Si.'up\ I salaries of existing offices, hashad I Goodyears are performing so satisfactorily for my customers -
markers are set too high on the pavement for the low-slung a tendency to lesson any t.
nt and cars now coming out, and they are dangerous! the narrow chances they might have had of Garage StarkeRa. that they invariably come back-not with a kick

:>,.pal eu"41, street corners. 1 receiving. the gubernatorial nomination [ but with a boost, and for another Goodyear when they t

1 0.f.1t It l Is apparent that neither Carl- need tire equipment. r"!,

Monday's papers carried the news story of an 18 year .--. -- __ I .
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I I have your size--in fresh, new
''iavfIII:':: \ old boy being killed by the game warden of Leon county. The MIIIIIIIIIUItHlllllmlUIIIHIimillHIIillllllHlllllimimiHH I Mil 11 Ml III hi llillUim'Utllllllll Will 9Ih' IIIUIli'''IWIINIIIMIIgIIIH1141N11141U1Y111111141111YI11111111NIIIWb i 11111WIIINIINI/111111111NN11XIIIlY11111111W11111141Y'I/ I' Uuh IMIIIIAWIHIINIYII711111111NWIIWI'

,..,r youth refused to surrender when the officer caught him shooting 41 j

1 Y squirrels and he died from a load of buckshot in the back. '' ,.

oI&fP P Self-defense will be claimed by the officer, who places such Statement of Condition of The Supreme Service Station {f

I high value on the lives of his brothernuts.. I ;
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.Ii i NO. 2 PHONE 83
ttgll Skirts used to be worn to the instep; now they're worn Bank ofLStarke 1

di up to the step-ins.-Clermont Press. Is it really so bad, Don, $ ;1I ,.
I y ----.- .--- Iglu ne.Rtenlennnannninimmmienadmae'!! !!!!!!!" !!!!!!!!!!! -
tli over your way, or is the foregoing just a bid for more touristsof I

the male persuasion.-Apopka Chief. All aboard for Cler- STARKE FLA. Ile. I ,t

v I mont, gentlemen; step up-and step out.-Times-Union. Probably ,

this paragraph is the cause of the record-breaking at- SPECIALS ATINDEPENDENT
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ftalttu tendance at the press association in Clermont last week.

uI I 0 We invite attention to the following statement of the con- STORE
'Clermont host last week to members of the Fourth
was dition of the Bank of Starke at the close of business on
Estate and royally rose to the task of entertaining the largest For

41y gathering in the history of the association. Not all of the two Monday October 10th, '1927, as shown by our sworn Friday and SaturdayOct.

days were devoted to business matters-luncheons were serf', i"statement to the State Comptroller:
ved the newspaper folks at the beautiful clubhouse of IIoweyJ 21 and 22 1927
in-the-Hills and by the faculty of the thriving 1\lo I

show .. Ii 1- ..... ... __ ,
School, and every point>f interest in Lake county was '1".,. ,
t the visitors. We can this for the Ridge Section of Florida: Every in
say day the
'..'V .. Ui.r t CASH RESERVE _. ..$183,975.33United I you will find many
-every hill has its thrill.FROM LIABILITIES
t Stalest and Municipal Bargains in our Stores-and Everthing''

finK : ; Bonds -. 105600.00; Capital Stock ________$ 15,000.00 conscientiously Priced. Everything_ is

PENS .y. Ranking House, Furniture Surplus and Undivided marked so you will know
exactly what
,l r OTHER .9 and Fixtures 7500.00 Profits -.., -_ 31,119.99 ;: you are paying for goods. .
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Other Real Estate 10,170.77. r'i'I ,
112,563.79 i
I Deposits
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-" .. Hills Receivable 100,7"-: .-?'1 --n.. .... "

Tho Mncnn Telegraph! hiU\ +Vonrd\ Tax Certificates 53D.85: : SOUP Van
'The St.'' p..l"rllhllrlt independent I IcttlltQrhtl \ : Camp's Tomato "
writer drawn Much it of lininiN> of cigarettes!: which sloprouitlm. 11 Overdrafts 162.59. Total -_-. --0-- $188,683.78: 'I per can 7c

charmlm! picture of the Slate Prison Improve the volro iinilxatlHfy I : < JELL-O, Assorted Flavors, per pkg. 8c

4 den! Kami'4hi' rennin lift that from It Ix rushing till wi run out .. like a "cold RIIIU'klflt'r a''I, Total $18 ,683.78. ...,; 'I CABBAGE, Fancy Small, Danish, lb. 4c
mountain hike but tho paper Is .. ..
ujt'nric( } 'klnir! a Hufo.- Tain pa Trl- I Pork and Beans Van
I' still waiting for u brand whlcl Camp's per can .8c
bllne. '
I'l Jfl.'BtttQ will stop fulling hair. The best I'i i POTATOES
-o1 -- thing to stop falling hair, brother i Fancy Maine Cobblers
:There is just one: true standard by which to judge a bank. Is .I, 10 k
,,\ .BO Htuhborn that even If Is tho floor.--Arcadia Arcadlun pounds for
our MNUnKulHheil. morning! tonttfio -i --o- ) its management careful and conservative? That is the real WESSON
ItltipatI!t .* HUHKCRI freight; OIL, Pint can
Mr. Will Walker, former reBl- 22c
l rates tale little or no hearing on r dent of this (county cleared over test strength.' Age:; size1 jaftclall:!; othet'> considerations ;; PABST-ETT
the marketll1or/ Florida millions 11,100 from five agree of tolmiro Something New in Cheese
and other perishables we still be- grown nour ]llraiiford In Suwunnee I. count for naught if a banklisriot J carefully.ami conservatively t' A very fine article 7
,, oz. pkg.
IId J.bat they do.-Jacksonville county during the punt Heufton. this "" .' "" v "' '
Jourm ,:;.ml on land Identical with a great 'managed -U'.. .-.! .t, .a N\Le< ;;i A.-".. *., APPLE BUTTER, Quart jar ___ 29c

-0---- part of our own. Mr. Walker had On the strength the f6r gpingState'xp i h41e.,8olicit: the tl WALNUTS '
'POIIIIIID1 hunting good In old experienced tobacco coiintiel the English fancy, new
radfoit.7.11- 'tlme.StarkeT..4. growers at Dell did l not have. This accounts of firms' and individuals who "fie: looking for a t. Per Pound .
__ __
__ 35c
v-,.And the best stand It why he made money while they j : _

1 for .'possums. -Tlmeit-Unlou.Is trader:' a 'Simmontree. Holt lost growers Practically disappointed every one but of not the safe and useful banking'connection. ; 4'' .""l ". PICKLES, Sweet or sour, Qt. jar ___ 35C

...4r4 : o--' discouraged will plant agatn'and -r,. .. -_.,j'- SUGAR Fine Granulated, 15 Ibs. for $1.05
Visitor from Bradford county many other RltchrUt county far I j e < .
In Jacksonville the other day atatPWat nerlf',1I1 join them, and each of t '. : : r11 'rA Bacon, Extra fancy dry salt bellies lb. 21c
4 everything l IH booming andbMpgDjiiK them should do as well as Mr.
< out that( way. Florida Is Walker did for bill profits are only II Bank (jf''SfiJ: ke .- ... _-- C
a lp'IJIII1J( good" state anyhow. average in that county where tobacco -
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