Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/02361
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 30, 1928
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
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.blished 177 Subscription-For Year, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance E. S. Matthews, Owner and Publisher. :


.MICMtOSK: : YOl'M MAN': Seaboard Will
}restry WIXS1.. HONORS

Speaker AtCivitan >' The I'Vt'Sidcnt of tin! tit]]) Harmor Price Alderman ap PRECAUTIONSAGAINST Beginning January 1st, that potlou With Mrs. A. E.: Wall as director Add Two Trains .

I'Oh\tt'M of rural route A now havln the Operetta "Once In n IlfuV
prentice seaman, U. S. Navy en mall delivery servE For Winter Run
Mel COLI trl-weekly Moon" given under( the auspicesof
at Jacksonville Fla. 4th
The season again approacheswhen will] go to dally delivery Recording
---- September 1928. From there he to letter from the fourth asHlstiupiuttmaMer the Women's Missionary societyof

m, ,il I.-. Nov. 24.-Lenth it has been the custom tot was sent to the Naval Training; SI raw borry Farmers Aw Appshcn.lve | general! to Con rell"* the Methodist church, at tho Toni-M Service" To Be Ilowt In II...*- ,

;al) of the Southern For- generations to set apart a day of ; Tnmpn KMC: .allt.| ... man Lex Green. Mr Green hl18 high school auditorium Friday evening tot)'. j,'
(ffllmef Station Hampton Roads Va., for .
+ was a decided success.A -
station at Stark, thanksgiving for the blessings been working for several month
C'I',, meat a short course In recruit' training. musical romance In prologueand Tampa, Nov. 27.-Two additional
principal speaker before which the Giver of all good and Tampa. Nov. 26.--No damage; I to to get this changed to a dally tee 9'
This training of
m covers a period three acts formed the (
Civitan 1 duo at their luncheon perfect gifts has bestowed uponus eight weeks during which time the citrus fruits In this section of the vice and he ID to be congratulate with Miss Florence Andrews us accompanist trains In and out of Tampa will t

|tprda> ai 2' 00 o'clock at the during the year. It Is most be recruits are given Instruction in state has been reported as resultIng .- for his success. The letter follows 1928. : for the evening be put In service next week as part '
No. 22
in House! hotel. coming that we should do this for Infantry and artillery drill owing from frosts during the earl Washington The scenes of this play were one of the regular winter schedule
told the Clvltais0m lion U A. Green
IT \v 'man and signalling, and swimming and of the in which become fully effective
work that he ts the goodness and mercy of God morning hours of the past house of Representatives. prettiest ever seen early
,,1 t the seamanship They are also given Starke, and the whole cast! of clinracters -
In .
Bradford county in con. which have followed us throughthe days but garden truck In the vlclnlty My dear Mr. Green: January.By
lectures naval life and etiquette
'II ou
1,1% with his experiments. 1 lie year deserve our grateful recognition -, During his training period of Plant City and Bradenton Further reference Is made, I to carried out their parts to that time the Seaboard will ;'

turpentine and fore and acknowledgment.( was reported to have sufferei your Interest In the request oH. perfection. operate nine trains to Tampa daily
thai Alderman showed himself willIng .
Id I so Between Minn Luclle Mitchell
iied up with the work i ofd Through His divine favor, peace considerably. Ml'81l\8. H. MI' lroy. H, L. Stev: acts carrying sleepers! to 26 cities In .
and in obedience
prompt as
audience with two
welt delighted the
,clubs and told of the and trannulllty have reigned thru- C. P. Wright county agent; oHlllsborough enllon and E, M. Davis that daily every direction.
well as clean and neat In
clubs In MIc, out the land. He has protected ourcountry person !; county with headquarters service be Inaugurated on the trl- readings! and u Hong and dance The Seaboard's Fast Mall now
Kiwanis '
-he and habits to be selected \lonor "
rt ? as "The Patent Leather Kids,
they were the as a whole against; pesti- at Plant I City mild toda: weekly portions of route A fior running between New York and
that Man" of his This Is
platoon. Andrews
', Misses Elizabeth;
lence and disaster and has directedus slight damag< given by Jacksonville
interested In i reo that although only Starke. Florida. will be extended to
become the highest honor awarded a re also well
.t to activities. in the way of national prosperity has been done the enormous strawberry 1 am very glad to inform YOIl and Virginia< wits Tampa and St. Petersburg, Dec. 3. #
nation cruit while In training.
aproach through Our fields have been abundantly crop In that district, the farmers that the entire route will lie 1 the Before entering the service Alderman In of this
le! gave The committee charge
method of sho\ productive; our Industries of are preparing to protect their dally except Sunday, effective Jan leaving at 4:10: p. m. with sleepersfor
pocketbook worked of Mesdames A.
as manager composed
los. have flourished; our commercehas plants by covering them will 1. 1929 play was Cincinnati and the central
this county was
bow much Ford parts department In a garage; Z. AdkluH E.: M. Johns and H. A.
by not taking care of [ Increased; wages have been straw. Sincerely yours west, aside from the regular equip-
taxes but the advantages offered by the
In Weeks.MODKL.
two outstanding lucrative and contentment has followed The strawberry crop In the vicinity 11. H. JlIL.I AN Y. ment for New York.
forests The Navy caused him to decide to enlist --
ps stressed by Mr. Wyman were the undisturbed pursuit of and up to this time he has of Plant City this year has Fourth assistant Pout maner Gen : : MUNICIPALTRAFFIC The Suwannee River special

turpentlnlni honest toil.As been estimated as high as 60 por ORDINANT. from West Florida to Cincinnatiand
and improper had no reason to change his opinion
ring off the w odsk_ ls the we have prospered In ma- regarding the wisdom of this cent larger than ever before. Smal Forest FiresThreaten tho central west, will begin; Its.

tended sproutsnd damage terial things so have we also Alderman has expressed quantities already have been mar Believing; that the model municIpal eighth year Dec. 2 out of Cincinnati -

i of the older trees. Tui grown and expanded In things spirItuaL a move.desire to be transferred to sea keted, but the farmers expect to< Bumper traffic ordinance rt'cenUy! at 10:40 p. m., and will arrive

tuning tops as It has been carried \ Through divine inspiration' and this transfer will\ be made see the peak of their shipment! adopted by the national confer< here early the second morn-

[ injuries the trees by cutting we have enlarged our charities shortly. The fine start be has reached about December 5, Pine Seed Crop on street and highway; safety un. Ing. Westbound, the Suwannee.

deeply and cutting off too and our missions; we have been I made gives promise of rapid advancement Every: precautlon'ls being takes der the direction of Pretident-elei operated Jointly by the Seaboard

-h of the tree. Imbued with high ideals which In whatever rating\: he to prevent the destruction of Herbert Hoover, represent* a Coward and Southern will leave here at-
have operated for the benefit of and ripening fruit by cold 10:55: p. m.
of the plants transport.
jjl Itl has made a study also decides\ to take up;' Alderman was Several small forest fires'! hay< step In motor r
and wheU', the world and the promotion, of the weather Ice and frost. In Florida and SIMNS Service
e tree to turpentine born near Keystone Heights, Fla.. already occurred within the forested lion, many up

open or crowded growth of brotherhood of man through peace October 8/1909, and bas completed FOREST;/ EXPERIMENT: ; /STATION area of Florida, according to elsewhere have rallied to the ui p- With the Fast Mall extended to
will.Wherefore. .
ft give the best results. Ills and good his high school education. KKNDS: KXIIIIIIT TO Harry Lee Baker, state forester, port of the new measul'e. St. Petersburg, the Seaboard will

elusions point to the fact that I, Calvin Coolidge do, I His parents are, Mr and Mrs. KLOIUDA HTATK FAIT with headquarters in Tallahassee Thla new ordinance is cerUl have more trains for Florida than
the United States
proper methods 'we can double President of II. G. Alderman, well known residents From two to three weeks without to result! In a saving ot human lid, last your. Leaving here at Ct the
life of trees and get more pre hereby 29th day set of apart November Thursday next, as a : of Melrose, Fla. The Starke branch of the Southern rain In certain parts of Florida hai as well as prove ot great bencf t the afternoon will put passengers

lion. of the water table <. to the traveling public In bringing f
thanksgiving and Forest Experiment Station han caused a lowering In Atlanta before 7 o'clockthe
IRS. REBEtVrt. E. FARMER: day prayer, and general I recommend, that on Tax Assessors }prepared an Interesting exhibit of and the )drying out of low vg" about uniformity and clarity i In next morning, and will speedup

that day the people shall cease naval stores woods practice which station, according to the State for- traffic regulations Is the belief +vf the time.to Cincinnati and Chl-

Mrs, Rebecca E. Farmer, wife form their dally work and in their /Agree On Fifty Is being shown at the Jl'lol'ldaState enter, While all res and the arM i traffic ofnctula who have studio cago. Also! it will save travelers
caught In their the model ordinance. the of three-hour wait
the late Hope A. Farmer, pass homes and in their accustomed Fair. of the state were annoyance a

away Sunday at her home in SIereburg. places of worship devotedly give; Per Cent Value This exhibit consists of a number early stages; and the hunted area The twenty-five high points ot over In Jacksonville to be pickedup

after a several dayt.en thanks to the Almighty for the of logs Illustrating different And the damage done to standing the new ordinance follow: by the Royal Palm for the west.

many and great: blessings they styles of chlpp'ng. There are several Limber was slight, yet the examination (1) Recommends the crnatlo The Southerner, now in service

The deceased with her husband have received. and seek His Rule Motion /Mxillhli State .\
re former residents of Starke, ance that they may deserve a con THY: .',,11.. in <\uiviiilloiiOrlando Df experiments conducted In the conclusively: that millions of the city to co-ordinate all munlclpu York will continue on the run ev
the lash pine seed that fell In extraordInary agencies In matters of truffle ragulatlon en when the Orange Blossom Special
,' tiR here about twenty year tinuauce of His favor.In woods, a panel showing PI'ln.olpal }
,and moving to St. Petersburg witness whereof I have hereunto Nov. 21.-A basis of products derived from gum, numbers thin fall will bo control and enforcement do luxe tourist trln, starts Jan.

e body was brought to Stark' affixed my hand and caused 50 per cent of the cash value on all a I number of photographs and enlargements Instroyed where fires are permit- (2)) Recommends establishment 2. It will leave Tampa at 12:60: p. d

Interment Wednesday, accom to be affixed the Great Seal of the real and personal property was of work under way and led to run unchecked. of a dlvlHlon of traffic ennlneerlni m. an hour and 10 minutes ahead {
: In Florida In one of and employment( of a city trulllenKlnirr of llloHHom. Running time ot
uled by relatives and friend United States. adopted for assessments during time charts showing the effect of I Slash pine

mSt Petersburg, Funeral sets Done at the City of Washingror the coming year by the Florida As. I emperuture on run 'of gum. The I. he most Important of our' comnertlal i In t'1Ur1l where there 1110& the Blossom, from New York to fit.Petersburg .

were held at Crosby lake'' in the year of our Lord one thou sociation of County Tax Assessors : relative amount of gum derived trees In certain l localities HtM-louV'' traffic nroMemI I will ho cut 55 minute.

.Iel'r" Wednesday afternoon at Bund nine hundred and twenty at their annual convention here (rom trees of different sixes Is rowing; rapidly, and In north I :3)) Recommend adoption or Will liicrciiHK Travel

,I .lock with Rev L. W. Kick :I eight and of the independence of yestprdayW ';hnwn by niouiiH of wood sections )Florida producing a good; quantity uniform official tnilllc signs uiu There will bo a double dully service -

,'r officiating( interment being I the United States, the one hundred A. McQuagge; of Jackson and jars containing the amount of tt goer, according to the state for- signal between St. Putemburg-Tumpa!

ilc in' the family lot under the I and fifty-third. county was elected president of ; pints of turpentine which trees of iKler who explains that the trees ( H Recommend (the Instullu and West I'aim Bunch-Miami, the

action of PeWltt C. Jones, mor. -CALVIN ('OOr JIIH the association and will select the hem sizes will produce. perfectly capable of 'pprohiclnrtself lion of rl\mc I ( control signals 01 i It night I'roHH State Limited remaining

Fran ; place for the next meeting. Key The American Forestry ABHO- naturally on certain ureas streets where traffic U heavy virtually on Ire present schail-

decease : West Ocala and Panama City are elation hall cooperated by furnlsling there u few send trees are left order to mined up the movement ol
Th""e surviving the tile with daylight train for Miami
State to Open a ;
tires kept out. At vehicles and safeguard pedestrian!
11ustratlng where are
F seeking the meeting. SceneInActlon picture ant
+I 'Three daughters Mesdames a treat, leaving here at 11 : 25 1\. m.,
t Rider, C F. O'Nell and Edna Other officers elected were Jas. a forest fire and Its ef'ecls. his time ot the yell Home seeds| (5)) Provides that where effective Jan. 3.

,ki-on, and three sons, Messrs Bids on Dozen M. Owens Jr. of Palm Beach county Sapling trees of the five dlf- have, already sprouted and are very lie signals; are used the movement The Seaboard Florida Limited
t vice and n. A. Com- In this of unci'pllble to fire, even the light; of Ira 111 o. shall be directed by tile
D II W .and O. J. Farmer president, event pines found part "Cautlor will be put on Jan. 7, with a departure
of it Petersburg. Roads TuesdayWork antis of Broward county, secretary. he state are In exhibition with round[ ores of the fall season. The words "Htop, "Go" or from Tampa at I1:5e: p.
I of colorp.illights.
Man> Starke friends attendee A motion presented near the roper labels MO that visitors may poorlY stocked stands of North or Wall" or by the line in. The Carolina Florida Special r
clone of the session by J. Paul of tree. 'lorlda wh'ch' Incrraxo the cost: of .
II funeral. and the flora! .. llstlngulsh type the t
services Hone in Fight: ('octetties will make Its first run same
To !' colored lights are
< and. lumbering al'edue ((6)) Where
','rl: sea were many and beuutl- Gaines of Sarasota county, favor- This exhibit has recently been urpentlnlng day.
I Ing abolishment of the state ad hown at theVaycross Forest largely to fire damage at this used "Reil" shall Indicate "Stop/
"(In" ,) This program the mont complete
24.-Bide will valorem tax un real estate, was ) of the year when nature isrylnjc "Gree.ii" shall Indicate am'Yellow" arranged by the Seaboard for t
Nov. "Caution ever
IIEI) ('nOSH Tallahassee. killed when the convention adJourned and at the Savannah Fain Persons to re-establish the Slle<'le" shall Indicate
the state highway, Florida. bundles, was decided on ;
be opened by without taking a vote on nterested in seeing this exhibit The fact that seeds and seedlings nr Walt. consid-

!"\ i r sixty members have been department Tuesday for construe the matter. vlll find It In the Agricultural are. HO small as to be almost Invls- ((7)) Provides that pedostrlariH at the general dices after

rolled in the Red Cross during tion of more than a dozen hl.ch way,] Mr. Galnea contended that the sliding where most of the county ale to the casual observer leadsteeny shall be given the right-of-way over eration of reports from the representatives east. and

i>' past week and we still have i a projects In various parts of the convention should memoralize the exhibits are being shown. people to the conclusion\ that vehicle at all crossings except throughout substantial

|w more days before the driveII state. Ellca'm.bia state legislature recommending he light fire does no damage when where traffic U regulated by un oftlrer vest which Indicated .

he over It Is the aim and The work Is to be done in the abolishment of the ad valorem' :MKS. ': N.Wu.J'XN:. ; : ; : In reality millions of tree are lost or signals Increase In travel this neiiHon.the

wt! of the officers to make this Madison, Suwannee, Hendry, tax on real estate and transfer of to the property owner which never (8)( ) Provides that pedestrians Many of these reports( showed

''Hnlsatlon; a real benefit to our Brownrd Charlotte, Osceola and automobiles from the county tax Mrs Josephine Greene, wife of even get through the grnnn.; The ..hull yfeld right-of-way to all ve- largest number of inquiries con-has.

"''n helping whenever we can then Palm Beach counties with several rolls to state Jurisdiction for tax- i.' L. Greene .of Ilrooker. died Friday tale forester urges rare with fires hideR at all places other than i-ernlng the West Const, which section
' more than and project. at' Mrs. GUI's hospital' of hunt- hut drivers ot VE'hlt'lcllJIIlJllt reunited In service to till
'">) worthy cases that come to receiving ation. night III t the wood on the part (roHnliiKH.,
'" 'J I'.B' each day. We need The contracts to he let Include' The Sarasota tax assessor-elect fter a few days Illness. Her death prll. fishermen, and others fre- always exercise duo care for superior to anything provhle,1horetoforo.

ir itiillar for some person less the hard surfacing of a part ol contended that the .state taxationof use as a shock to her family allwell uentlng the woods mfety of pedestrians. I ..
Trullin -- -
"''unai: than yourself. Help ushrlp ro-ul No. t, the Old Spanish; ,, automobiles would more than as her many friends throughout .. IIAHHMl\T (9)) Provides that whore InUllcM ItKKU; : IIL'NTKICS; :! ILO'r '()
county bids) being I'M>OI M'HOOIj : must
Kscambla the pedentriiim
ij.'m by Joining this week.On reimburse the state for revenue county controlled
asked on plain cement concrete' through abolition of the ad The body was taken to her Mold the right-of-way to vehicle
December' the 4th there willa on' lost Two doer were killed p to Tuesday
pavement and asphalt surface provided the 2 aturday whore it lay In The school basement was enter- irocei'illng under a "( ee" signal, !
m. i ling of the Red Cross in valorem tax per home'l ( night by the party of hunter
.crab house to elect officers for eight-Inch compacted Florida lime cent motor license fees now returned til I Sunday morning when It eti 1 again Monday night by 1111- while vehicles must yield to !119ti-> leaving Starke Sunday for fMilaounty

." CIT.I a],., year. Field rpresenta- i rock base for about' eight; miles to the' counties were retained taken to New Hlver known boys and after tying down mtrlajiM who are crossing or have one being killed Monday
I from "Kftcambla to the Rttcambla iterment Funeral services were the float attained to the automatic carted to cross. under a "Do" slgml. -
9 c II T Reid of Jacksonville, by the state. cellar dry, by! the guide; \ for the party, and i
,I 11 b>' nr, sent when all who have bay bridge. A motion for adjournment was Inducted at 10 o'clock Sunday ump used to keep the llariJd Wall bugged; ; a big buck

rolled:: this year as members are Threw ISork-IUllW1 Itoil
lime which covered by
Oil. Dee 4th at 3 o'clock. Theowing 'eight-inch compacted Florida I In charge, after Intermenttook plant was entirely ehlcle must not remain on street ifternoon and Joined the party at
,, \ members enrolled con- rock base and surface treatment on'the H.\4! CONSUMPTION': place In the family lot. Many water Tuesday morning and school car: track after the street car has
Old Spanish Trail In Madison HMGIIT INTRKAMK: :: beautiful floral offerings were sent ofMcluls calle'l off the day's Hessians mpper.
Qed Ignalled
from Wed-
last ; returned
week The hunters p
the I of heat.
Ir'' E L Blggs.jJ.:Rlcth MissE Harley. Beatrice. R. Aucllla river; road 50. between Gasoline consumption In 'Brad Besides her husband, the deceased Pumping the basement dry with a rains and street cars shall not
been, j w. Morgan. Mrs. Irene I Branford and McAlpin, and road ford county showed a slight Increase is survived by four daughters hand pump Is a long day's work lock the streets. Isles keep an closely as possible ,
Live Oak and the for October the figures being and Mrs E. J. but the fire engine was called to vehicles where
"">. O P Raymond L. F. Smith No. 60 between Mrs. T. W. Markey ((12) Provides that to the right curb, except
I'I Patchett Hull I' Suwannee river. 68,794 gallons for October as Lewis of Brooker; Mrs. Minnie the scene and pumped the water hall not stop In certain specified :ondltlons make It Impracticable. !
Mrs. N. B. .
'!* Slnlah Moore Dr. O. H. Low- Bids will be submitted for clearIng compared with 67,442 gallons for Rimes Lake Butler, and Miss out at the rate of a 1000 gallon daces on streets. ,, (20)) Provides that right turns

A S. Crews grubbing: grading and drainage September. 8,920 gallons of kerosene Oracle Green, and four sons, David a minute. (13) Provides for the estab- hall be made from the right hand
Newsom Dan 1
qor J S. for road 25 between the were reported for October Lesley, Roy and Earl Greene, Outside of delay In the school Ihhment of loading zones fur pus- (urb and that left turns shall be

G M Butler J. M. Truby. Palm Beach county line and La- and 7,325 for September. Con all of Brooker.. 'routine and the damage done to enger and frelgbt'vehlcles.( from'tbe traffic lane nearest the
Inman H.
Mrs. J.
rSd. N' T. belle; and road No. 3, a dydrallc. sumption for the state showed an the heating system each time It (14)' Busses and taxi cab are ('''enter of the street. In maklnic
Rltch. Mr. B. E. Mc-
ap, Mr Embankment for approaches to Increase of nearly two million gallons CAKII OP THA.NKH In covered with, water, this practice prohibited from parking in places ,left/ turn vehicle shall pan to lime
c A J.Lak .
F hIVls Mr. R.
utc Turkey creek bridge and concrete the figures, for Septemberand In expensive In that every gallon other than designated stands or ''rllllht: of the center of the Intersec- r +

drainage structures on road No. 5 October being 15,836,855 and We desire to. In thin manner, extend of water used In thla Ananner ones, except that they may be lon, unless otherwise directed.

II Worth-Repairs complet- it Peace river; road N24, in 17.3S8.013. respectively our heartfelt thanks and deep Is registered In the meter and has permitted to stop at other place 1 ((21) Provides that all left 7

It Vest grade school Dsceola county and road No. 4, to Figures Issued by the Inspection appreciation: for the many kindnesses to be paid by the school authori- to t take on'or let off passenger ''turns shall be made on the "Go"iKnul

('Aburg.-Atlantle Coast Line include the middle Illllsboroogh bureau, department of agriculture, shown us recently duringour ties. Gaining entrance Is easily (15) Provide that parking unless otherwise directed

allwa y aids In beautification by and Tarpon river and Pompano, also showed a consumption of 190 bereavement In the loss of our effected through a small chute hall be entirely prohibited In eet.taln by a police officer. } .

!Wiving rtght-ot; -way through lllmmarshee and Palm Beach ca- tons of fertilizers in Bradford wife and mother. We desire, especially used to get fuel to the boiler. It places and that parking; time 1 (! :3) Provides that turning

II city rat bridges also are among the during October. to thank Doctors Middle- being without. bars or shutter ball be limited In certain designed ,round shall be prohibited unless wa
ton and Holland for their untiring .
lewiston_ movement can be made In safety
Contract awarded places.
rojects. WRECK NKARVALIX' ) number ofteiatlvea FOIl AMSIHTANCK
r efforts. Also the large TIIAN'KH
construction of 20,000 office FIUIJAYA ((16) Provides that no vehicle i and without backing or Intefer-
KIRK friends from
SMALL and be permitted to park In such a : era with other traffic,
S The remains of a Buick automo- throughout the state who contributed We desire to thank our friends veblcles'emerKlng +
10 fret Provldea
that lees than I ((23)
iota, .;D 1>.IY EARLIER roof fire Friday afternoon bile wrecked Sunday night near such beautiful floral offeringsand who no kindly helped us fight fire tbe tanner width of the roadway left from alleys or private

called the fire department to the Waldo were towed to Jacksonville attended UII In our sorrow. at our home Sunday afternoon.Mr. ,., before -
available for the free movem t irlveways shall stop proceedings
corner Church Monday by wrecking : and and Mrs. J. H. Moore.
The Telegraph Is issued a Phillips cottage, a company A. L. Green family.N'OTICK sidewalk,
1 of traffic across
d > streets the blaze beIng of that city. The car was loaded Lawtey, Fla. 1
: earlier this week to fire and Madison chemicals.The (17) Provides that all-night ((24) Provides that all vehicle
with with of Jacksonville and
e negroes
employees Thanksgiving extinguished being confined KXKCl'TIVK: : : NO.RU IFETINUThe ; parking be prohibited. hall come to a stop before enter.
'* small the driver attempted to make one
y was "
Thanksgiving Is one of damage meeting of the (18)) Provides that the use of Inc a "through street.
chimney. The regular
the -
south of Waldoat
a near of the sharp turns
three vacations that to a space too high a rate of speed turn- Junior girls of the Woman's Clubs executive board of the Wom a vehicle on the streets for the prl.DIary ((25) Provides that vehicle

Inters usually get dunning THURSDAY hold their regular of displaying advarlng left unattended on street shall
t S BANKS CLOSKIJ Ing over several time In the ditch. will meet Wednesday afternoon an's Club will purpose
)"bar course of the 'ear-the Dec. 5th at the home of Mr*. Raymond meeting next Wednesday morning shall be prohibited. I ave brakes set and engine stoped ;,

d*> two being Christmas The Bank of Starke and Bradford Lake Worth-Tatom Motor Co., A fall attendance I.I requested at ten o'clock at the club house. (18) Providesthatahi rankles I and that parked vehicles shall
l aDd Fourth of July. close allay be tall keep the right side of the be equipped with proper lights at
County Bank will moves to new quarter at 17th avenue aa matter of Importance will All members are asked to pres on ,
Thanksgiving day. and Dixie street. and that slow moving va- Ight.
rLS t_L- i Thursday, highway I be discussed. tnt I .


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ITyp I, fist's -Work -Heavier- Tha-D; Yr -Laborer's, Figures Show; IIOOVKK'H; :;'MKHtt.t<;B"TO TUBNOl'TII !I 0' Victoria to Have an Old English Yuletide Feaivtl! Ifl

Evidence of President-elect

Hoover's hearty appreciation of

t the contribution, by way of votes I
that the South made to his majority I fl

in the recent national election, I

and also his thorough understanding I I r'I/ i :_
of the conditions attending; the

dCJV.abe casting of those votes Is containedIn
yB the letter which Mr. Hoover has

written to Richard H. Edmonds,
editor of the Manufacturer's Record -

z. of Baltimore and that was t
7's's Y made public on Thursday, when a
f 1 comprehensive summary of what

: the president-elect wrote was pub-
r (I lished In the news columns of the

I Times-Union.\Mr. Hoover writes with becom- t

I ing modesty, of the character that

he has manifested throughout his
e career many events of which

t ,,f, l II were so outstanding as would have
Induced some, men, under similar
} 7'sP r circumstances, to Indulge In self-!

I laudation and in selfish approbation -

to themselves of all the cerdlt t41'

': I I entailed and warded by an appre-

, e I'ciative public. Thus President
P >
, % k I of
+k elect Hoover In the beginning

I II ,i his letter and later says that he In
"profoundly appreciative of the
'/ tremely heavy vote through eX-I

I South for \Mr. Curtis and .

placing the name of the vice "I
dent-elect first and then saying >

"I accept this vote not as a personal

I tribute, but a* an expression

, i iJ of a developing sentim.-nt throughout
the South In behalf of the
I things for which the Republican i.
t stood In this campaign."
m I r. xs w -we d party
1 'r Following what just has been
U11 LIGHT wo ? 'i'ON'T You'SEt.ie.vGiTTHieip ef f ! was not unmindful of condition: fifty years before Shakespeare, wrote scribed In the writings of Dickens ihr
! NEW YORK. Stenographer dog There are about 75 stroke. to the carrier at the end of each line Is that had brought about the poll: and Irving. But during the coming a yam
and make
H At play good
1.000 to a equivalent to lifting a two-pound Christmas the festivities hallowed by
than labor- line or approximately typewritten .
tl more physical day I Heal' solidarity of the South adding cheer
: page. The simplest kind of weight one foot. Thus. In writing six centuries of English tradition will
I that "[ firmly believe, how For Christmas comes but once a year,
era.This mathematical calculation will give 5.00O words the stenographer virtually come alive as never before; and for J
; was the startling statement of you a rather surprising result name- lifts 800 pounds. ever, that the time has come whenIn he made certain the success of "The their setting they will have the city Hotel. He has In hand i repnsec
O. A. Lemkuhl. head of the Reming ly that the weight of the fingers on "Electric devices have been pel fee ted all sections men and women Farmer's Dally Diet" a grandparentof of Victoria B. C., which has been tatlon of "Wardle'", Clirlstmai Pam)
'I' ton Rand business research depart the keyboard In typing. single page for shifting the carrier automatically should vote from their convictions "Poor Richard's Almanac" filled called "a corner' of England on the as Immortalized by bitten In n.
ment."The. amounts to more than a ton. Fifteen but even with this saving of is to conditions at the present with sober agricultural lore and soberer Pacific coast. Here, In the Empress Pickwick Papers. This ii !o, ball
I pretty maid clicking off 8.000 or twenty tone would measure an energy a good deal of physical eHort time, and not based on things of: maxims of thrift and honesty Hotel, an Old English Yuletide Fes- running commentary or Yuijtk
wordi a day on a typewriter actually average day's work. So the stenographer Is required. With the elimination ol Englishmen have needed no urgingto tival Is to open on Deo. 23. The music to set off the charming toibk
former generatlous.
I, >. perform more physical labor than a as It were. Is a sort of human noise accomplished by the noiseless follow Tusser's welcome advice, holly and Ivy and rosemary, celebrated of Its lovably ludicrous chancier
ditch digger with pick and shovel" pile-driver. A machine of 100-ton typewriter some 20 per cent less effort The greater portion of Presi- and have celebrated Joyously the In English song, all flourishIn Dr. Healy Wlllan of the Toront!
Bald Mr. Lcmkuhl. Each stroke of pressure will cleave a sheet of steel is needed to achieve the same dent-elect Hoover's letter Is givento '->- ..-h e r>ov. of c*'ri.tmns." extent Victoria, and will furnish the traditional Conservatory of Music has 'oompon:
K l her linger on a keyboard letter will as If It were a slice of cheese. results, and to this end. the noiseless consideration of the inherent)] during the Reformation and under setting for the carolling for the occasion Incidental muses
Ij register about one and a half pounds. "The exertion required to shift the typewriter' baa been developed. great: potentialities of the South t-.iU .. ...." 01 tue Ai'oiiaiues wnen the wassailing, the mumming, the "The Chester Mysteries," B Chrlatoj
to further an enormous extension such festivities were frowned upon. Twelfth Night merrymaking, the play selected from a group ol mdlaevnl
of' its Industrial enterprises and to But It remained for Dickens and Yule log, the mistletoe, and the pageants which used to In
I''?! I Washington Irving In America to revive other delights that warmed Geoffrey enacted by the trade guild ot Chter. !
Climate enhancement of Its possible
I Good
Sunshine and SpeedDAYTONA with their magic pens the old Crayon's heart. England dealing with the tine
prosperity Mr. Hoover calling at- Yuletide spirit. Harold Eustace Key, director of less theme of the shepherds and It
,, Poultry Industry in Southlandwoo tention to these things when lu We In the States have long fashioned Canada's major music festivals Is Babe of Bethlehem The first pa
BEACH FLA.-Editors ," said: "'VltIone.thlrd of the na- our Christmas celebrations on arranging the musical programs for formance of these Mysteries was 1 I;
of poultry Journals who have visited lion's land area, with about three' the model of the old English ChrIBtI the nightly concerts at the Empress 1338, exactly six: hundred years tgi
the east coast of Florida are praising
fifths of Its sea frontage with
the state's advantages as a poultry
center. And now commercial organizations vast resources In soil climate and I preaident-elect gave evidence of that will be his to perform as chief Tallahassee Bid ".'.,.d lit
are boosting the Industry."We minerals, no limit can be set to the
firmly believe Florida Is destinedto continued progress and ever Increasing I his great broad-mindedness and executive of the nation.--Jacks-11- for twelve highw.iFlorida. rru'

be the leading poultry state In the prosperity of the whole his spirit of fairness as when he vllle Times-Union. ,
Union" says the Inland Poultry -C --.+- -
South. said: "I want to make It very emphatic -
Journal. "There can hardly be any Following this expression Mr.. *that I give full credit to The public's financial Interest In TIS.UV SfHKDlI-K)
question about that. Florida. as we Effective July Mth' trains
Hoover elaborates a little more those who voted for
nee It, Is the poultryman's Paradise. my opponentfor their public utilities la represented -
It has everything the poultryman can fully his views as to the great the sincerity and honesty of directly by ownership of utility run as follows:
No. 1 Southbound local 4
wish for In the way of uniform climate economic potentialities of the their convictions." securities and indirectly by banks ,
green food, and sunshine, 365 toNCART South and for the more (complete With such expressions as are insurance companies: and other fiduciary Starke 10:45: p. m
days In the year, and the same number V ULTRY fARet, '"'ut development of which all forward- contained in the letter here being Institutions which Invest No. 11, southbound loral d

of growing days with three or' /xnt Few!Rfs wl7N,ceNTRItc efeat7'3PQI 4worl68 going Southern men and women,, referred to, the president-elect bespeaks their funds in utility securities. Starke 11:23: a. m
four crops a year to be considered.Is said It ; 6 aided by others, are striving with for himself cordial welcome No.2, Northbound. local d
Is Ideal. It
"The climate
Is the most even of any In the country utmost energy, aided by others,, by the people of the South, Milton-.Gulf Power Companywill Jtarke 6:24: a. m. local d
and rivals Southern Italy Contrary are striving with their utmost energy should he come here to spend a advertise this area as good No. 12, northbound

4 to the general impression, + ,vat MJCY guided by intelligence. and period of time preceding his Inaug- factory locality.Jacksonville Starke 3:06 p, m
friends born In the North and now CocUNS MID open-mlndedness. He said: uration, as now Is Intimated he Atlantic CoastLine No. 107 southbound limited
living near Miami tell us the summer PRJaa! wNe7E s, There are great economic Issues proposes to do, and is being hopedhe Railway will Inaugurate thru Starke 1:20: p. m.

is more delightful than we have in and vast economic potentialities In will do, in order that here, in service from Chicago to Florida No. 109 northbound nmitedl!

the hotter northern than states.we are The accustomed sun seemsno to a ? (Alt ',l', t t OWY12rNA )f I every part of this country from the the South, with which he promisesfull west coast via Perry cut-off on De- Starke 6:44: p. m.
the Pacific and from Wannee Branch No; > i 1111 lleii
Atlantic to
and there Is always a strong breeze 1 ..* /SIrP.eJaE co-operation for the attaInment cember 4. '
making It cool In the shade At ( LerNreesNerADlRK0A0Ye $TATE + t aY the Lakes to the gulf. It Is well of its cherished objects he Tampa-Florida Citrus Exchange Starke 6:30 a. m N". >ill I

night one Is never deprived of refreshing /MR.. o q r 6 ,'y said that "the development of the may strengthen himself for takingup estimates Florida's 1928 citrus "Ives 2:10 :r1w." .
sleep, because of sultry temper- South means the enrichment of the many and difficult duties crop at 17,782,000 boxes T. .1 J a Orlffln; .
ature." the nation,," and this Is true not -
"The average farm price of eggs In only In the material sense, but also -
Florida Is higher than In any other I -- -
In the broader sense of the development -
the i
state In the Union, according
of The labor of the spirit of Americanism
U. 9. Dept. Agriculture.
cost of poultry keeping Is decidedly which will permeate the
lower than In the North with good lives of the people of the entire I
I management. Less labor Is required I country rounding out to a greater Values in

ran for a be given hired number at comparatively of hens and low It genuine extent than Americanism we have ever instead knowna of Hidden

mtcs." says the Reliable Poultry
Journal a certain degree of sectionalism.
"Catarrhal affections among poultryare It is right that every state and every -
seldom encountered In Florida. section should seek its utmost I
Compare your winter problems with advancement but there should be this TIRENo
1 j, those of spring and you can get a no spirit of 111 will or rivalry, for Amazing
faint Idea what the natural advonTHK there Is room enough for all, and
i tages of Florida offers. There Is no '--::--. OPEN COLONY NOfIjFacRPFNFO YARq possibilities of growth and prosperity -
,i doubt about It. Poultry Farming ," 4MClTY CHICKS."' THonesTEAo.i ;yr I of this land
not Just poultry raising,-will be carried in every part
on In Florida. It will be In no Photos! Hamilton: Wright .slight loss. Orchards and poultry go greater far than the world has ever
other state simply because of the The CTlnml Cumber, ol Commerce well together." yet seen.
natural advantage." I arourod oy the large: imp nations of Land Is still cheap enough for These are foremost among the man knows the hidden values -
One of the Inducements to experienced poultry prutv.i, It >;'. I 1-1: -J s committee yards to give abundant green pasturage things that need and demand even
it poultrymen Is the local market of epoucod: men to promotethe ," says the State Agricultural than at in this tire until he has 0 0
active attention
Thousands of tons of poultry products I Inil'y" College. "One Florida farm has on.. more p
I.t for It is driven it thousands of
11 I rjt:;' are Imported according to the A J C\ e" of ft wat-tid lormeily acre lards each yard supporting 300 present is being given, many
1 I! agricultural department of the Florida I I a t:::; IJ,-.,I'r\ at Ai.ia.iilc: I'hens, Bermuda grass supplying greon only by intelligently directed activity miles.In .
.', East Coaat Railway. The fashionable City N J. '1' '.. -V.M fr.t vo'o oon- i I feed. Oreen succulent feeds are available that the South may attain
resort hotele pay high prfces fort I tracts oy the ;y /-ifd-e''s ot fl.era I at all times; -for pasture, rye fullY to possession of the rich tens thousands, as a rules ,
I poultry products. These are pointsthe to ttul'vjr' m. n.yf clof rig a {oats, rape Bermuda cow peas, sorghum 'prizes and the better conditionsof
Daytona Beach Chamber of Commerce wrek or d., i. id<\ v O' 'iy (*'.erg peanuts,' beggarweed: tot life be acquired through ser- you will measure its trouble- ,
is emphasizing. a week cr criv 'I: vc-y *c-n rri"es I IreI'd. sugar beets oats corn. Egyptian et- free mileage. I
i conscientious
Poultry raising Is getting a real But Before yn-i" taco' the- cnn'rncis wheat rice, ferule, peanuts sweet" potatoes iously i3\\ '
J start along the east const of Florida you must. Da aat'- .o :.It1 turn.> -u'H and ", cassava collards. etc. The forts. The body of '
or carcass
A big poultry colony Is being startedat every dny In the ", cek.. You nhould: poultry housing problem Is less serious And, then, in conclusion, the
Melbourne by one of America's on the second year pay expenses. My than In most other states.: One thetireismadeofthat I''
"f': true pioneers In the breeding of hagn. advice to betrinrt' indestructible .
: production domestic fowl. I way and get the POI'111111.e with eggs for each of Its 1,000 hens" not connected with the outside seemingly I 11 II

world through state SUPERTWIST. And '
------- motoring 1'
trunk systems. Part of the present t
: IMPENDING: : ('I.\SII raised through the levying of not share its good fortune. On the now slow, even tread t
unrest and agitation may be \
I taxes-prIncipally the gasolinetax. other hand, regardless of what the due to the realization that a maJority wear is insured by its
Although the legislature does
I prodigal did with his money, preaent of these trunk thoroughfaresor new tread design.
} not meet until January there .
They will be aided and abettedby welfare requires that he should -- at least enough to get along \
already evidences of the lining up those valorous allies, the bond be offered sustenance. If not the with-have already been constructed I It is the World's GreatestTirc..

of the opposing forces. holders and bond buyers, ever entire fatted calf. under the old arrangement.
South Florida and East Florida eager to turn an honest penny. The* contention Is now being Having received all the practical Time alone reveals its full

t are to be arrayed against West And no financial wiseacre Is required made by those South Florida news benefits coming to them through worth. But some things about
Florida and North Florida, as cer to tell us that the hundreds papers that represent constituencies state funds the counties down be-
tain as the ides of January come of millions of Florida bonds groaning beneath bonded Indebtedness low now see their way clear to this amazing tire, you will which stamps it the aristocrat

The alignment began as far will\ enhance In value many millions that because roods and leave the smaller and poorer coun- r know from the very start. of tires.
back as the state-wide primary of dollars when more stabile other public improvements are ties to shift for themselves.
when the southern section of the ity is injected Into such securi now built the state gasoline tax Putnam county, listed neither You will sense its uncanny We bank our reputation on

,v state put over Ita candidate for ties.The should be split Into 67 Integral with the rich nor the poor but ability to grip the road, its this Goodyear All-Weather:
governor with the aid and cooperation basis of the clash forget- parts and each of the 67 counltea I something of a happy medium it.
!, of many thousands of the ting the selfish Interests that are get back that portion paid In. This would profit most by the continuance I I sureness and safety under Balloon. Come in and see

:t'' Republican brethren. always to be foun-1 on the sidelines argument so far as the plea for of the present system. It all driving conditions. You We have your size at the right
s The battle is to hinge around Just as buzzards assemble' for certain fairness la concerned is based on the gasoline tax balk Is used for
can see its smart
taxation, ever a vital Issue. feasts is the difference In con- the admission that these counties) the building of state roada-aa It pattern, price.

The counties in the resort sections ditions that exist In two sections didn't get value received for the hag been In the past-this county I .
and the land boom sections of the state. It can be correctly money they spent. It they did, would have had some hop for the
all of which ran wild with their charged that South Florida got Its they are on an equal basis with early completion of Highway No. i
bond Issues during those prosperous share during he boom-hundred.* other counties of the state. One 28, already graded and for the
times when real estate rather of millions more than it wan en- has the improvements; the other ultimate taking over by the state
than money was at a premium, titled to-through Inflation. AndIt Is minus the bonded Indebtedness. of the Memorial Bridge across the ; Ritch's Service Station

'1 are now lookIng for a way to get can be said with some emphasisthat Each county had Its choice and St. Johns river here.

from nnder. And, .,.naturallyendii8'It.tn a spirit of good sportsman made it, It's to be a snappy (Ighi.. never- .
'tI'l.re,golog- to seek relief ship would cause South. l:lorlda''U> > .Qood roads ins, South; ane},.Ea't I the\lesa,, ,whellt Kt & titans meet. ,

by a division of state funds bear its own miseries sfnce it did Florida would not profit those ssc- Palatka: Dally News'. _.-.: ---"- ----,- -_._ -..::. -,-"=- _:...=,,,-:= =..,,,.,..-- "'-


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pA1lt'E11RIi1t Im.un"uno (r')U1'T\\" 'IFJ.fmurn.: flT.\RKE.! FLORm. r.\cJ: TIfiIErE: J
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of their Ills. Claiming to be "a

I brother to the seven sisters" whose Fur Expert Sees Big '
News of Florida in Short Pare 'I
grap.g healing activities at New Orleans '
Season for 'Tra I
J| long since brought them into federal ppcrs zL

{ court. Roberts sent circulars I Trapping of fur during the '29-'7' I II

I I through the malls asserting he season will prove Immensely profitable I 11.1.

Live State News I I could cure ailments\ of the human for trappers, farmer and other earfor r#
body "face to face or by I engAged In this activity because ot
mall." In several cases, the "doc- the big demand for practically all ; ,
tor" prescribed a red flannel plasr i kinds of American raw. fur, accord.
ing to Don L. Omo. president of A
ter which liberal amount of
on a
B. Shubert, Inc., of Chicago the Inrire
cheap perfume had been spread, t house In the world dealing exclusively f I
postal Inspectors said. Ills clientele tn American raw fUll

-,-,-------'------_._---.{. extended to white persons, "American furs are more fashionable
they asserted. than ever" Mr. Omo declared and I
HI )1\ ..1110 Lake county took I cargoes during the holiday season! "and wa anticipate an excellent year pie j

K.1, i", ,. UK Friday In the staler because Uncle Same fleet of pa Jacksonville-Robert L. Henderson. Last season'' raw stock are about
exhausted with
,,ui, si I for best exhibits of trol bouts will be materially augmented 40-year-old restaurant cook, muskrat, yet a brisk the demand exception exist of ", t

Lt abl. and garden products. It has been announced today shot and killed his former for the freshly caught muskrata a*
sweetheart-employer In her cafe well a* other raw furs-mink skunk,
Bison Flagler and Clay coun- here. II. E. Tuttle federal prohibition during the noon rush while scoresof wolf coon opossum, otter lynx, marten pipose"t :
In the order nam- :
BL next
-ankfd administrator for Florida diners looked on. lie said Friday beaver badger and rabbit This
K fit first .prize. was. $300. and Georgia said today that he in the city\ jail that he shot la especially true In the CHrapo market
Ki did not know exactly how many Mrs. Josie Herrington. 28 "because which today IK the raw fur metropolis 1 i pp
KK.I p tv.st A tight to the death additional boats the government she double-crossed me." of the world, annually paying : p NO matter what you plan to pay for .
and on a hiKhHv to trappers millions of \nllar.: for ; .'
coon would
U < dolt place in service\ here but
't> "
'w'e The slain widow with
woman, a next car can have General
resulted in theKith their Collections ______ you
here was confident -- u--n--- --,
near there would be sufficient L--
two children and a mother dependent -
; oi ,tin coon. The dog Is aBrf to delay the heavy inflow of on her for support had handed raw"ChlcaRo fur market l I" the because loclcal ot American It* KVOgrnphtcnl a JON) L, OMO a a a I Motors' quality and value. GereralMotors 1
neared> : terrier. The coon liquor usually prevalent' about this
Henderson a written protest )location and Its tnciuMrinl the world dealing" exclusively In
L ,.asn'd. and served with sweets time of the through the makes a car for every purse and purpose;
year new against: Ills presence In the restaurant leadership and because of the Important American raw fur 1* located In the '

law year from the owner of the building fart that trapper chipping great Illinois city ha done much to it offers a choice of suitable models in i
to this mArt the best every
a are paid
a which also houses a cigar fac- trup- linln Its rating a* a fur market A. .

L-. MyisrsA! $3.600\ addition Jacksonville Officials of the tory. Enraged. Henderson( drew arevolver thla pers year In the will world be a mere Trapping lucrative of furs occupation B world Shubert.with American Inc., supplies raw the funk entire Iviv-. price class ; and each General Motors c&r': tr r
I in.. winter home of Henry Ford Sky View Lines, of Detroit, an- the four
and shot woman Not la the American
only leg town established back In 1883.I ,
j nuclei way here. The home isLt nounced here Saturday that. the times She died instantlyJacksonville I market dependent upon the trapper Raw (tire bring an annual Income of whether its price is a few hundreds or i.:
dour to the estate of Thomas company would begin an S for fur, but I I
air IISsenger European centers n* more than 4100.000000 to trapprr thousands of dollars-has shared in General &
i eon ,the inventor. The new service from Jaokaouvllle \ -Home! bound from well, are making heavy inroads upon I throughout: the United B'ato rnd -
ng will Include servants' quar- to Tampa on a tentative schedule New York to to sicgota, Colombia, our ktock The outlook for the coming Canurta, according to statistic on the Motors' purchasing economics has '
L, Announcement was alsode next Tuesday. The Tampa service Lieut. Rcnjaiuln Mendex of the Colombian season t III most encouraging' to the I IItlbJert. and\ a goodly; shore of Hit

thai Mr! Ford has just paid will be operated as a "feeler," the army, completed the first man to or the boy trap who line cnn devote sometime I ket.mat sum I* paid tu the Chicago mar benefited from its Research Laboratories T

is cit) taxes. here.. officials said, with the view of extending leg of his flight Friday. 1040 mile In recent year Chicago has rl ei "H'llp' to Chlenno" long has been a and Proving Ground, and is equipped with
I service to Miami later In
In eight hours and 40 minutes. to new Industrial heights. not the : Ilottan of trapper, and each year .4
Lakeland- -Heat from a grass the month. "Miss Niagara," a skies like least of which bPI been !' '
I Dropping from the a a topmost finds the" number ot shipper to the a strong and luxurious Fisher:: body.
d, searched out two five gallon tri-motored plane will\ make- ho graceful bird, Mendez' seaplane rung In the Hit of American" raw fur I city by the lake on the upgrade They ,11
mljohns of liquor that had been first trip to Tampa. the Itlcuarle, named for a patriotof markets PrIces at the receiving eon j find that }nag established raw fur ,}
In the shores of Lake Ag- rest are most attractive to shippers. and I, receiver* are the best concern with
dden his native land, came to See what General Motors offers for the
detonations that the fact that the largest house In I which to do business
sand caused Wauchula Vegetable prices on the St. Johns river this afternoon -
kt were believed to have been here continued to set new high -at. 4.16. : rkVlnnlr_ -----, The. takeoff price you want to pay, and remember that

ploslons of dynamite. Officials records during the last few days from Mitchell Field, N. Y., was perlenced during the night. J. O. on, thereby cutting down the levy the model want be purchased '
more demijohns but with reaching $10.10 you can conJ
nted for pepper a o'clock. So
this morning at 7:36
Smith director of the school, stat 60 per rent.The t
fund none.. crate Saturday afternoon and holding swiftly did the Ricuarte travel aided ed that he believed Wednesday veniently on the low cost GMAC Payment -
up well this week. Shipments' by favorable winds and perfect Florida State Fair started
pretty cods of cucumbers peppers, eggplant, weather, that Mendez arrived night's cold was the earliest real In Jacksonville last week and will Plan.
Southern College here propallg squash and string beans are being ahead of the local reception commute cold snap In the history of the continue until December first. I
a "war canoe" on Lake 1101.gS'lforth made dally and farmers are highly and It was nearly half an weather bureau at the local school. Many Florida counties) will\ have
in preparation for pleased with the prices winch are hour before many of the astonished A year ago he said, on November exhibits at the fair and aside from $525 to $725-
aaksglvlng day boat races, went far above those ever received be officials could get to the dock to 19 there was. a !light frost. the agricultural and horticultural ;
erboard when their skipper ors fore. The price of pepper this greet him. e features there will\ be many fine Seven model of the Outstanding Chevrolet of Chevrolet
red "shift oars." Somebody week has ranged from $6 to $9 I Naples-The carcasses of more exhibits of the Industrial life of History A"ix" in the price range of the "four". Powerful
!fled herself and the oar. Nine a crate, f, o. b. the platform. Cucumbers Groveland Central .Florida's than 40 ,deer were found In one Jacksonville and other parts' of new 6-tfylmder valve-ln-head engine. Beautiful new Fisher
am ashore and Veiling\ Mitchell) were bringing $3 to $5 crop of fall and winter ve'geteables [day by game wardens In Collier Florida Coming at a time when Bodie New color. New 4-wheel tiiakea. Alno Delivery
e college lifeguard rescued three a crate for fancy and a dollar less maturing late because of tardy ![county the animals having been many winter visitors are enteringthe sedan; Light delivery chaun, iH-ton chassis and IH-ton to

hen for choice grades. planting due to heavy early season slaughtered; evidently for their Gateway of Florida the Jacksonville chani with cab, both with four speeds forward.
I to have been hard ',, hides as none of the meat had
rains appears fair should draw a large
West Palm Reach-Glenn B. Arcadia-Pepper touched the hit by the frosts of last night. A been taken. The skinned carcasses crowd of Interested people from
ipper, of Miami, state Republln high point of $6.50 a crate here survey of conditions In this section I I had been left for the buzzards this and other states. $745 to $875
national committeeman andL Thursday when 200 crates were by representatives of the Lees. and other scavengers.; The wardens "-

Williamson, vice president sold on the platform by the Noca- burg chamber of commerce shows have been unable to trace With beans bringing around $4 Seven mottela of today'iPONTI AC-Further improved from
the Southern Sugar Company of lee Vegetable Growers' association the district suffered heavy losses. )I I the deer slayers, who In some a hamper, peppers $5, cakes radiator to tail-h|>ht. More powerful cylinder eng ne.
<.'laton, will ask President Coo- Peppers are being harvested by Temperatures, the chamber of :*: quarters are believed to have been around $3 and squash $3 at the Greater operating economy.Quicker acceleration.The striking i''
lite to include in his messagethe several growers, the biggest ship commerce officials learned went !'Seminole Indians. However, It Is platform Palmetto and other Bodirs by Fisher the of the hour.
I express vogue
next session of congress a ments being made by \V. II. Neal, as low as 35. Loss by frost to I! pointed out, the Indians probably ilacoa] In Manatee county the grow.

"'a for emergency appropriation \V. P. Tucker Walter Carlton, beans! (cucumbers eggplant; anti ;,, would have taken at least some of ers are making the bout money on
build dikes around Lake Okee- Chattam and Leitner and Harley' okra. will amount to 65 per cent I I tha meat and white skin hunters fall crops that they have made In\ :$925 to $1,085 '
bee they announced Wednes-' Watson. They shipped' 100 crates of the crop, the chamber announced I I therefore, also have rome under many years and the good proces ;

y last week. Peppers showed little and in some places 75 cent ; suspicion. seem to be a forerunner of good Seven model of the New OLDSMOD1LE--The Fine
damage from the last two nightsof will be the toll. Beans turned I.I PeiiHucola-Tax payers of llluff prices to prevail on celery and tomatoes Car at Low Price." Completely: redesigned and improved {f
I PenflHcola-Thousands of sacks cold. Cucumbers and beans, black Wednesday night Springs, a small town In Escambla and other crops to be ship by General Motor. More powerful. 4-wheel brake.

,f cement will be needed to build however, suffered. .considerably.. smoke screen it was reported, and !':.county apparently are sick of peel later in the seuHon. Florida Longer, roomier Filter Bodies. Also five De Luxe model)*. t
I Ion of sidewalks In all section'sPensacola only about 20 per cent of the crophad elections. When votes In a school growers are digging: reiil gold out $I,14StoI.lJS.: .
under a plan which Clearwater-1o'ulton Mixon, 18, been harvested, tax district! were counted It was of the soil thin season und dig f
i now being worked out at the of Largo narrowly escaped death : found that only onu voter had escaped ging It earlier thatn ever before.
I(l'\' hall Some years ago only as Saturday when his truck was Lake 'Illes-Records of every and "let George do It" com- ... -$1,145 to $1,375-
Wifletl. : section of the was includ- struck by a train. The young man bell sent out of foundry of John plex, and had marked a ballot. According to F. L. Judd, prunl-
K in what was known as the "slde- was taken unconscious from beneath Taylor and Company, The election was to decide the tax dent of the Tampa Union Terminal Seven model of the new Oakland All American Six recently:
lilk area", but under the new the truck but had revived ough, England,, are Loughbor.1 mlllUKe\ : for the coming year. If Company fruit Is moving Into the announced. D.at.;actively! new original ppcnn nce.Splendid
.j'.in' construction of the substan- suinclently when he reached the foundry and should any the man who cast the lone ballot unit of the mammoth $3,000,000plant new performance, Luxurious appointment in new todie
fiil type of walks will be compul- hospital to walk Into the Institu- bells at any time be damaged It had only known his vote would now being Unladed In Tampa by Fisher c ry oull be proud to own.
V..r rM over the city. tion. Eye witnesses said Mlxon's could be replaced without fear of constitute the election, he might President Judd adds that the I
I escape was miraculous. He was It being out of tune with its fel have cut out taxes altogether In parking company expects to handle

]! unesvllle;; ) Clyde (Cunnon- driving; all Plnellas street and lows. This statement was made his district, or on the other hand more than 500,000 boxes of fruit -$1,195 to $2,145-
fill'' Crabtree, Florida's leading made a sharp turn southward to here Saturday by Bert T. Harris, he might have made them high Hill ilcaolOll, approximately 400,000f $ I
for all-Amerlcan foot- avoid running Into the northbound erection superintendent for the enough to provide the village with which have already been arranged Eighteen models of the DUICK-.The Silver Anniversary ?
ill, honors this I fall, was yoted by rain. As a result the train struck British firm, who is Installing the the finest schools in the country.He for. It Is expected that about 12 Buick recently presented. 3 wheel.base. LI&htningllaah 9'
If committee of five Savannah cltl- the truck squarely In front, throwing carillon of 6-bells In the Bok struck a happy medium however carloads. dally will be brought In getaway Masterpiece bodies by Fisher Comfort and
!'ns[ as the most valuable player it 35 feet across the street Intoa "singing tower" at Mountain Lake. I and voted 50-50, The present by trucks from groves In that section luxury in every milc, ;Powcr for the steepest bill and the 1
ti.. the Florida-Georgia grid battle ditch anti pinning the driver be Dedication of the tower Is set for tax rate l la 10 mills. The lone vot and packed for storage In the loudest run "" a..N.

i Savannah. NOV. 10th. In approution neath. Feb. 1, and It is hoped that President I. er called for five mills from now refrigeration rooms.
[' of Ills exceptional and merl- e Coolidge, along with other -- '

,lous play a Savannah merchant Lakeland-Ernest Amos state notables, will be one of those present I $2,295 to $2,87'5 '
bas. awarded Crabtree a handsome comptroller, told the Florida Lea- at the ceremonies. Dispatches
Mat watch, which is now on display gu eof Building and Loan Associa- from Washington yesterday said e K Thirteen model of the LASALLS:Companion car to N
In Gainesville. tions In session here Friday that the president was considering an Cadillac. Smart Continental line" 90-degree V-typa 8 ;
the bursting of the boom was a Invitation to come to Mountain ,- y ., cylinder en ine. Beautiful bodies by Fuller. Striking color:

Maml.--Sherlff: Paul O. Bryan proving ground for Florida banks Lake on that date. The carillon ,I" l t : :: L l c:=bi.oatiuos. '
t' Rrnward county, eight deputies and enterprises, and that there wan will be played for the first time on r"' <
md M'veral, Fort Lauderdale police no need for fear of the future be- Dec.' :2.! rF= : ; :

I ii! .,share to violate the national pro- Including Its climate lie flartow-A Dodge sedan, belonging ."..-.,,-- ...IF- .(. 12: .-
f Hbltlnn act In federal court here urged great care in handling loans ; to Jerre Crook of this city "- ---J.jb S27W ...>i7'N"!':: 7 -. fe Twenty-six models of the CADILLAC-The standard of
I I'e,'. Friday. these are trust tH raTf- "-' .-. : ,* the world. Famous 90-degree V-type B cylinder engine.
' :'I. it was announced and dividends, as stolen Sunday night, was found r a.-i .
lUTirf Bryan, the deputies, police funds Interwoven with the home Tuesday morning la the outskirts 4 Luxurious bodies by Fisher and Fleetwood. An extensive :.
Nicer-: and Hroward county resists Idea. Commercial loans, he said of Qultman, Ga., where It apparently r range of color and upholatery combination

numbering 30 persons, were should be left for the banks to had been driven by the (ALL PRICES POD FACTORIES ,
rrid In January. 1927, when handle. He declared the associations thieves. The machine was wrecked Every member of the

deral prohibition agents concenated should do more advertising. according to reports and a ALSO
' their efforts on Fort Laud- I trail of blood leading from the machine
"dali Sheriff Ptnkoxon Indicated that at least M 'GIDAJnI-T.. .. .........m.rie DGiro.IICMT Cl...tnc PUnt i i 'Is
and vicinity. Gainesville: one short tall l ... ',
family or a.fnx.rnmr.GrnnuiMetor.ha. .n4i It!W.u.rSyrt.m.'ruvidea '
S his deputy Tom Plnkoson, and City lof the occupants had been Injured. .ppiudU.prnc..wwhubhay. .un..n..rod labor..nvmtfrlivlcee
Farr Meade-Thirty-eight acres Detective Trotter swooped downon I Information" from the'Qultman police mathe automuht Ie.vm table towry of the city for the farm. '
HI i.iwberriesr the largest Held of Fairbanks Inn. conducted by bureau stated that the car family, tu ft. production ElecUic light and rower plant, '
of electric relrl.eraror.. FriKl 'rrti'K ever cultivated in this vl- MarkV.. Dustin, at about 11 had evidently crashed against the enjoys perfect driving eon tithe world Itugctt mama more than. a quarter million.
nil) are coming Into bearing on o'clock Saturday morning and I curb and wrecked on a sharp turn. .frlju.U" home. : t
ie Yarn Irrigated farm on the found In an upstairs room of the The blood trail was followed for
irtheaat border of Fort Meade i Inn 18 quart bottles of whiskey 4 three miles Into the country In the comfort in Buick's new
ring! raised by T. D. Neilens who gallons of whiskey, 84 pint bottles direction of Florida indicatingthat
is leased the farm. The first I of whiskey, 8 pints of wine 2 gallon the occupants of the car had
fart of berries from the field were jugs of wine, 48 bottles of feared to come into town, where GENERAL
town in Fort Meade this week home brew, a tester and 4 tubes of they might be recognized and ar adjustable front seat f *
id at auction brought U. to be coloring. Sheriff Plnkoson placedMr. rested. At the point where the
ned at the luncheon of the Ex- Dustin under arrest and his trail was) lost/ it was presumedthat
lange elub. This quart BO far bond was placed at 1500.00. which they had been picked up by Simply turn the seat regulator and MOTORS
, can be learned was the fourth he made. another machine. The stolen car
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period In the state this season. was partially covered by Insurance. the entire seat moves to the exact ,
S I Jacksonville-The Florida bean .

Oaytona Beach-A crude Instruct crop. south of Moore Haven aver Plant City-Coming In the wakeof position desired, "MadetoMeasure" -

for counterfeiting twenty-five aged 60 per! cent loss from frosts a raw north wind which blew mm m an _CLIP THE COUPONoa ea n an 1s '
nt pieces was turned over to lo1 this week the Florida Marketing all night Tuesday and passed! with driving position for I i

1 police Friday by J, D. News Bureau advised Saturday by the the day on Wednesday one of the GENERAL MOTORS (Dept. A), Detroit, Mich.
an owner of an empty house bureau of agricultural economics earliest cold snaps in some years every driver.
'sere It was found by Capt. Ceo. at Washington. The bureau's report settled down upon this section Please end, without obligation to
irker, local taxidermist. The tool'I said cucumbers at Wauchulaauffered Wednesday night nipping vegetables me, illustrated literature describing. the rill
General Motor I have
emMed a two handled lemon : 80 per cent and at Fort some strawberry bloom and o CHJVROI..ltTtolether!: with product the booklet, "The
neezer with two matrices of I Myers 60 per cent. Peppers were I flowers. Ice was formed In unpro- Proving Ground and "Principle and
inter of parts set'Inside the jaws damaged ta a less extent than tected places and a heavy white BuickWITH O PONTIAC Policiea."
,"h with the wood surface. An beans and cucumbers and hardy frost was risible to the eye with
had been survived In good condition : the coming of day Various thermometer o OLDSMOBILE!:
successful attempt vegetables I Name ._..._...
said. Citrus was ...._____...- .
ode to get a perfect Impression the report readings were reported WITH BODIU BY riSUXB v o OAKLAND t
a "quarter" In the plaster. Bits unharmed. as low as 30 degrees. The official ,

white metal Impercetly cast and a a thermometer at the agricultural o BUICK Addrerx.ift ._____.__.__..
metal ladle were found with the JackonvUI"Doctor" J. E. school showed a reading of 32 degrees '
tat. Roberts, negro! was la the tolls of ) from six o'clock until 7:30on REGISTER o LASALLEo
because of I MOTOR COMPANY .....
* Uncle Sam Wednesday Thursday morning. At 8 ---
order prescriptions of o'clock Wednesday evening It CADILLAC II
Jacksonville\ Rum Runners his- mail .
red flannel stood at 3$ decrees. Indicatingthat _
eating In the vicinity of Florida herbs and parfomed. <} : CD.Lco-Ua"rDeo"
'Ir find their failed to cure his patient a long cold period was ex. c/uOlDAlIlt.A.NatetL ,/ ". ... It harder to land I plasters Vkea ..... -WIa Ale .,. .kk VU1 P.114 n..

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.. PAOli: FO\"R BRADFORD COUNTY TKLKGItAm STARKE. FIX1RIDA _ u_ _- 'IUD.\Y, des' HIII"'t, ( 10 ..
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--.- .- -. _. .. .. _._ h_ . . Thcressa this week.

-----1 4 4s. Miss Erma Johns of Jacksonville t I Evangeline, of Acadia Has a Big Ship Named for H,, I
spent the week with her father, D. I t r i
I. t : Church Services J. Johns. ---

.. Mrs. C. II Priest of Green Cove I --

el .. .. ... .. . Springs was the guest of her cous- 6 '''

I ] in, Mrs. F. M. Taylor. r

MirriiomsT Mrs. U. M. Faver and daughter, "
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Miss Mary Blanche of Lake Geneva ; EyANtiARNL.I6RANNE' ....

I Phone 29 Sunday school Sunday morningat were the guests of Mm. Fa- '\> .' ,

10 o'clock, E. K. Ferryman, ver's mother Mrs O. Haynes this "
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week. .

MUH HTKKNIIKIU; 1IOHTKHM; IlKV.: AM MICS. KKKMTiitKXTKKTAI.N supt.Worship Sunday morning at 11 Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Stewart of .1J... \,..

o'clock. The subject of the sermon Conneticut, arrived here this week ,.
TO CARU CMJII : : I'It1IN1)NI1ev < .: :........
will be "The Poorest of the and will spend several weeks In .'i. "

The Afternoon Bridge Club wan and Mrs L. W. Klckllter Poor. No service Sunday night.Go our town.
to the tent. The large stave mill which be-
delightfully entertained last Friday )- entertained a few frIends and rela-
Junior eague Sunday afternoonat longs to the Paul and Waner Lum-

afternoon at the attractive tives at their home last Thursday. 2:00: o'clock. Miss Fredrlka ber Co., of Palatka, opened up

home of Mr. and Mrs. N. Stern- At the noon hour a most enjoyable Struth supt. this week, after remaining dor-

berg, with Mrs. Sternberg as hosloan. luncheon was served and the day Senior League Sunday eveningat mant for several months.

6:45: o'clock Miss Lois Colley, Mrs. A. A. McDonald and niece.
was a most enjoyable one for those
Baskets of yellow chysanthe- leader.THANKSGIVING. Miss| Lelia Mae Sparkman, left this EyAN6fL/NE

mums added color to the living who were present. week for Switzerland, where they

room where several progressions Rev. and Mrs. Klckllter's guests 8KRVICKH: : AT will spend Thanksgiving with '

of bridge -veree enjoyed. A pair were: Rev. and Mrs G. P. Ray MKTHOI>LST CHURCH friends and relatives. 1 4f'l" (
of books ends as high prize was The Christian church will ....
mond. Mrs Lucy Powell, Mrs, Elizabeth -
awarded to Mrs J. W. Andrews, serve an oyster supper for the benefit -
S. Kimball service
Johns, Mrs. Julia A united Thanksgiving ,
n Jr., and the second high prize, abridge of the church December the
Mrs Barbara Moore, Mrs E. with the local churches cooperating -
Bet was won by Mrs. J. C.
t M. Thomas and J. F. Klckllter. will be held at the Methodist 7th. Everybody invited. "
Hoblnson. The guest prize, a box Bil-
church at ten o'clock Thursday Mrs. Chas Carver and son, '
of Imported handkerchiefs was P. T. A. ;MEETS.: : Iy. of Jacksonville, who have been /

j presented to Mrs. W. P. Randall of morning. spending a week with Mrs. Car
Dr. Geo. B. Lowry, pastor of the
1. Tampa. The Starke Parent Teachers association Presbyterian church, will deliver ver's cousin Mrs. J. F. Johnson,

: Mrs. Sternberg'n guests were: held their regular meet- The returned to their home last Sunday -
the Thanksgiving
Mesdames J. C. Robinson, J. W. Ing Wednesday afternoon at 3'30: sermon have (.
choirs of different churches
li i Andrews. Jr., E. L. Biggs, Edward! o'clock at the high school auditor- which is .
1 nurns, J. A. Saul, O. I... Haynes, arranged special a morlal chapel built m 1MCtMant
k ium.The special feature of these services. ALMOST HALF of the
N. D. and W. M. Walnwrlght. C. following was given -I expatriated '\ "II> ,0
rt This day, which Is set apart park. Inside the 'I i,
A. Futch, Oeo. Flynn, E. M. Davis tk q"8'1'1'i
: The Importance of Good HeadIng -
I from other days, a day of ra tV marble statue cJ
..' i W P. Randall and Miss Ma- and how parents and teachers I thanksgiving to the Creator of all OF STATE NOW e It which cost e5OOO 'I.:1'1 I :.0 pBr: <,10 Mar
I bel Weller. dens I
may cultivate In the child a love c oped By John Prcit. '
{ I things for the many blessings be- 1 Heroin lb
fur good beading by Mrs. It. A. FREE OF TICK only Acadian who
/1 >nt""' ItOOKH JI( s'nss; TOMISHIOXAMV stowed upon us during the past rftUrnt'Q b
/ Weeks. A playlet, Four Pilgrim I Grand Pre and Don a qr
HfM'IKTV"i .: year Is a day In which we shouldall the I '01 0
Lads, by the fourth grade pupils, Atlantici.i., 'no : lb
unite in giving thanks to Him. J-ljtht:: AiMHIoiml CiiiintlfH to ik'I beauty spots of Main Mean
and Thanksgiving was giv-
a song
Circle No. Two of the Method ''The
-l il from Land of
K< < / H< QuarantineT hoval| ',ie-
en by the puplU of the grade.
j Women's Missionary society were' IUPTIST U" ('<' .. I. Scotia long at the C10"JlY8Y, 0, T.

; entertained Iiy Mrs. K. M. Hooks Mooiti-siii\I : : l ton. almost is now not u noun\ b
f a sea from New York
; last Monday afternoon at the pur- Sunday school at 10 a. m., J. F. On December 1. 13,981,688 had an E.anwune Or<
i immortal
: ,
I I nonage Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Vincent Klckliter, supt.Worship acres of Florida land, representingaoroxlmatelv e. f. her Now a majowic pc 'c ramM the 1

,riio devotional was led by Mrs Moore announce the engagementof at 11 a. m., pastor will forty- .per rent of the only bears her name urn I Moamtwr., ?

A, W. Anderson, after which Mrs. their daughter, Sinah Hntelle: to preach. slate's total area of 34,970,5 sands from New York TO war.Varmouft.nou
J Noble White gave the first chapter Mr. Wlllmer Thompson Shiver of There will he no evening serviceas 1 acres, will be freed, of the cattle Years ago Longfellow wrote his to Longfellow who asked Hawthorne Nova Scotia on their wan to the i n,

' of Women In The Kingdom, a Jennings, the wedding to bo an the pastor will be at Lake Butler : fever tick. classic poem "Evangellne" based on U ha Intended to use It. Hawthorne erary shrine at Grana Pre Man c,
: book chosen by this circle for the the expulsion of the Acadian from said "No." whereupon Longfellowwrote them stop at ,
//1 event of December In Starke, Fla. assisting In an ordination ser i That date will mark the official I Dlgby: nthe"lIlt| AH
Acadia New France, which la now "Evangeline. napolls Royal's
: study hour. quaint old
1 ion
above betweenthe tM
The ( announcement appeared vice. release of all the area thousands of from
the picturesque province of Nova Today people museum in the former
A. Port
Mrs. D. Coburn was added Ron,
It In Sunday's Times-Union, Wednesday evening services are Suwannee and Okeechobee riv- Scotia. There was an Acadian all parts of the United States and founded in 1804 by the
. l to the Circle as a new member. A and will come us a surprise to the discontinued during the revival' ers, a total of 3,492,480 acres or maiden named Evangellne by Longfellow Canada make a pilgrimage to Evan- four years before Quebec great Champlain -

group of songs was given by Miss| many Starke friends of Miss tent services. 5,457 square miles. The counties who was separated from tier geline Memorial Fork at Grand Pre others tour the picturesque! AnntpoUs mil

1 It' l..allru.OIJ.mbt'th: : I)\11 of Jackson I Moore. The n. Y. P. Unlona at 6: 30 on represented In that group are: lover and who searched for him along opposite the station of the Dominion Volley to Kentvllle WoIIvUIi-

11. ville.Refreshments/ of tuna fish .- Sunday evening. Loon Wakulla. Jefferson Madison the Atlantic coast towns and cities Atlantic Railway, sea Evangellne's Grand Pse and Halifax miardlan o:

naiad and lint tea was served by TH.\\1Sa IM1 -- Taylor Hamilton, Lafayetteand and finally found him dying la a Well the ancient Acadian willows the Northern gate to the Dominion

the bo teYII. -- > > Philadelphia hospital Faithful unto the cross over the Acadian graves the of Canada. But few pan throusii
.II Dixie In which sections the
Members present were: Mesdames Thanksgiving comes once a year I'RICSItYTKRMN: : death. Evangellne made a strong appeal pathetic statue of Evangeline in Grand Pre without toppmB-Onmii}

W tl, Halle, I. D. Green, When it comes it brings good systematic tick eradication work to the poet's fancy. The story bronze by Hebert. an Acadian sculptor Pre. on the Basin of Minus, home of i
; cheer.A school J. M. has been under way since "the was first told to Hawthorne and later of genius, and the beautiful me- Evangellne.Clewlston.
10 Sunday I
A. W. Anderson, L. A. Davis, W. a. m.,
n. Turks, A. Coburn, S. S. Dow- great big turkey brown and sear, Truby, I'" )It. spring of 1926.

: ling, K. V. LaFlle L. A. Dees of And the one who linked It Is mother 11 a. m., Morning worship. The The release of the eight counties -
f ,
of NI-M i >n\ ,
dear.Relatives | makes all of Florida west local option activities in 1916, '"'? .j,
Mayo, and Miss Laura Elizabeth Holy communion of the sacramentof
the Suwannee freed territory anda 1917 and 1918. It has required sugar mill nearing .rllnifo; :,
; Duos of Jacksonville the Lord's supper will be celebrated (HRISTMAS (REETINGS
fertile field according to cattlemen
come from far and near. approximately $15,000, Dr. Cole here.
i the of an excellent -
for development
ClUlltril Al'XIMAKYKNTKKTAIMCI For the feats that comes once a 6:30 m., Christian Endeavor. Plant New ,
: City- snhsinth.ns
I p. type of range cattle, which said, to property patrol the boundaries 1928 c

'gYI f : : ) year There will be no evening service follow under proper Introductionof of that area which includes Plant City Public' Servlci,' Cnrapau(
To eat the turkey mother has baked -
on account of the tent meetings. pure bred type, with the eradication Martin, Palm Reach, Broward, opened at King's Crciv! ,mil Ring
!i The membet'lhe; -
Ladies Auxiliary
I of the cattle ticks. With Dade and Monroe counties, and way
And oh, Mother's good cherry .
of the Presbyterian church yes .+...>+../>............*. the eight counties to be officially that fact has emphasized, it was Tampa-Tampa I mini' Terrain*
l\ were entertained by Mrs. John Ug- I cake. out the principal attemptsat eightHtorbuildlr..
J JMl approved as out of the quarantinegoes pointed v, completes
low at her home Thursday after- HAMPTON
IIi J Gadaden county, cleared in eradication programs Is a sec-
I, noon. When you have prayed to God .. Ada IMImmo, for. I If here.Plant li
1925 but placed under quarantine tion surrounded by quarantine $ City--Siteh Imputed '
I1! i i Vanes and bowls of pretty cut above last win- territory where no systematic dip $20,000 school unit of (Turk An
, flowers formed the decorations for For bin kindly deeds and love. .ON1N.NlNN eN..... again with reinfostatlona
f ter and during the past spring, it ping is under way. demy school
I the rooms which opened enmiite. You sit down to the table to eat Mrs J. L. Cooke, who has been I .
was announced last night by 11. II. To protect the cattle men of Lake Worth Kuzlnic tf t oakle
The afternoon was spent In conversation And feast on delicious turkey the guest of her mother, Mrs. L.
Simmons, prominent realtor and the cleared areas, the state board. I Theater building preparatory, I
and making bags for a meat. G. Johns for several weeks has returned farmer of this section who has with the co-operation of the federal erecting new $50.HfH> nilkini mot
t sunshine party to be given soon. Charles Pender. to her home In Brunswick.Ga. I
using niptilhPalm !!
authorities every
's I ITII.N uu. been chairman of the State Live- are Ie palace progressing
?1''. Mrs. R. J, Uiivltt grave a vocal. solo.. Preserving
---- -- liS(:I\'ISU Pl'MPKI.V; stock Sanitary Board since Its reorganization means to enforce the quarantine I Beach--Palm Rent\
f f and little Miss Ida Lulu Davis C. L. Houser and J. F Johnson under the acts of the laws which declare unlawful the Co., plans i>r '('noii' ."i plat
ti nave: two readings. Mrs. Uglow who have been deer hunting in
tow fondly we turn to the fruit of state legislature of 1923. transportation of cattle, horse at 4717 Georgia avenue

tt t delighted her guests with two the cornfield Gulf Hammock, returned to their The eradication program Is to and mules from quarantined territory recently called to the bedside of Mayo-New school hufldlntbe
In Cerman.r .
songs; home here this week exhibiting a in six through or into freed areas erected addition I,, l.alaYel
The fruit that we children are swing into definite action, of Ing as
Those present were: Mesdames large deer, which Mr. C. L. Houser his father, Mr. Sam Moody Ilul.bed
taught to despise; counties this spring, thai portionof without government certificationHere's te High school near)}
\V. J. Illffe. C. N. Christy, Geo. n. other Starke who Is ill. ,
and ,
1 captured. Squirrels game very
The old yellow pumpkin, the mud Duval to the west and, north of the bridge side of the Plant CltyDuUdln"perstloa/

t T.Lowry S. ,Hewke K. M. ,DavIs R. J., VV.Davis A. Stearns E. C., covered pumpkin; was plentiful.Miss the St. Johns river, Nassau, Clay, situation-the Importation of purebred C. C. Cowart was a business visitor In Plant City durlim mouth of October
Hilda Burden ,
ft/ The old yellow pumpkin, that was visiting Bradford Gilchrlat and Levy counties bulls into the cleared area to Jacksonville last Friday. show decided imn-asc'
Tappen D. I.
and little MHS!
in Jacksonville last e
;tf Ida Lulu Davla. makes such good pies. Sunday. comprising an area of approx- (I for the improvement of the stock. Guy Andrews made a visit to Lake WorthRecaaatr1'lion
Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Bennett of lI wade
imately 2,279,155 acres. The final The results of such Importations Lake Worth Bridge

W. M. "H. Ut'HI4I'oISna'TlSH: :! ; : : Oh, golden hued pumpkin, you Hawthorne, were the guests of work l Is underway and the follow- as have already been made in the Jacksonville last Friday way.

surely are "in It.", Hotel Hampton last Sunday.Mr. ing area will be cleared early next I extreme western, section of the Mr. and Mrs. L. W. HIggs and Gracerille-Aboui -'',"' ""' '*'

h The three circles of the Baptist You jolly old pumpkin, so recently and Mrs. C. L. May were year Chairman Simmons said, state are on exhibition In life and children were visitor to Starke Sat- nuts purchased by Tmdel wart

Woman's Missionary society, met spurned business visitors to Gainesville should the excellent co-operative by motion pictures at the Florida urday afternoon. house Co., of this cUy -

at the church Monday afternoon I ask your pardon for thus having this week efforts of the citizens and the State Fair, now under way here, ==1
r for the regular business and program wronged you Mrs. L. G. Johns accompaniedher state and federal authorities continue the movies being of the Liberty -- --

meeting. The devotional was When from your yellow presence daughter Mrs. J, L. Cooke, and infractions of the quarantine county calves as bred there since

i conducted In a very able manner Bcornfuly turned. who was returning to her home in laws be curbed: Baker, Columbia the eradication of the tick. The

) by the president, Mrs. G. W. Alderman Merrill Edwards Brunswick, Ga., to Jacksonville.Mr. Suwannee and Union counties state board assists cattle men In

; ; after which a Thanksgiving and Mrs J. B. Ackerly of representing an earea of 1- bringing' such blooded stock into
.\No.:. U.\L MIITIMJ: ; itioi; ) Conneticut, who spent the winter sections a total of 200
program In charge of circle 482,880 acre the various ,
CROSS DECEMBER: :; : .I months in our town last year, have
7 No. been Imported Into
two Mrs. Raymond as It was estimated by state authorities head having
leader returned and are located in the F. Florida. Recently an addl.tlonal BANK
followed. that should the present West THE KIND OF
The annual C. Gould bungalow Main street I
During the afternoon a very interesting meeting and elec- on rapid work continue, the state group was imported into II I
tion of Misa Ada Nimmo and Mrs. C. L.
officers of the Bradford
i to be officially
talk Mexico Madison county,
; on was given would be cleared within seven
Miss Ethel bounty Chapter of the American May were shopping in Starke last December 1 the county agent !
4, by Grlffl who visited That Is dependent, it was freed
Red Cross is called to meet at theVoman's Saturday.Mrs. years. YOU NEED
I the City of Juarez this summer. pointed out, with the co-operative there being responsible for the
The committee reported the clubhouse In Starke on Murrhee of Graham was a extended by the cattle men of the bringing In of a group of twenty i
box December 4th, at three o'clock. business visitor here last Monday, The board has seaside iI
Thanksgiving to be sent to the state, and the rigid enforcement such bull I I
orphan girl at Arcadia, which thin Chalrmans of the Red Cross Roll'all Rev. Norris pastor of the First of the quarantine regulation an oppropriation In Its 1928! I
In Lawtey, Starke Hampton Baptist church here filled his
and announced last
society clothes was complete which will prevent retnfestatlon budget It was
Brooker, and all members are requested regular appointment here last Sun- i
had been mailed to Mr. Trice. in cleared area night, to care for the state's partin 1
I. to attend this meeting. day morning and evening.
I In that connection. Dr. T. W the importation assistance safe-
Talatka-Local bucket factory Mrs Harry F. Reed, Field representative Mrs. Arthur Stephens of Waldo, the You need a bank that is strong and
Cole chief of the inspectors of moves.
\, e" will resume operations. of Jacksonville, will was transacting: business here this Simmons in his
of agriculture Assisting
Leenburg- -City commission approves be here to assist with this meeting.Mrs. week. United States Bureau department of animal
expense appropriations for N. Wainwright. Mrs. David Jones visited her citizensof

,,I. 1929. Chm. Bradford Co. Red Cross. daughter: Mrs. A. L. Sullivan of, has division charge of of tick the eradication federal end, who of the the following state: W.prominent J. Edwards of not too big to be personal and accom

U the co-operative eradication work, Ocala, II. S. Pennock of Jupiter;

I yesterday declared the success of T. Sutton Seville of Bushnell. W. modating.We .

t ;: the board in Its north Florida pro- L. Koon of Punta Gorda and R. A.,

Rosier of Laurel Hill. Thomas M
: gram to have set "an Inviable rec-

I ord. The eight counties to be Lykes of Tampa was appointed

released December 1, he said, form during the past week as a memberof servicethat

/1\ the largest area released in Flor- the board filling the vacancy believe you will like the kind of

> Reduced Prices on all 9 4" ida since the tick work began.Six caused by the death sometime ago. ;in ;increasing
e counties and that portion of of A. R. Wells of Chipley while is attracting new depositors

L Duval to the east of the spring of Gov John W. Martin reappolnted

e I river will be entered In the springof Mr. Simmons, Mr. Pennock and numbers ,to this institution.
I Ii 1930 under the present plans, Mrs. Beville, the terms of the oth-

i Hats Coats and Dresses j: for the systematic program It was ers having sometime. yet to run.

I : ; I II announced last night by Dr. J. V.

< I Knapp, state veterinarian to the e....N.NNNN..NNtt.
j t .
J board. Those counties are: : Ala-

); I I I ('hull.farlon, Putnam, St. Johns, : NEW RIVERMlaa : i

Flagler and Volusia. Under the Essie Sapp Cor. *

at it iti program of the board, the plan has *
: II ", i ; I.NNN..W..NN0 b4..
bean tosweep\ from the northern

). I part of the state southward a The eighth grade of the school BANK OF STARKEThe

i I working area always remaining be- here took the mid-term examInation -

tween the quarantined section and in Starke Friday and Saturday
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3'3't the territory as officially declared Bank of llelpful.lert'ice

I It MARGUERITE'S ; free of ticks That system has D. W. and Euatlg Kelly were

\ proven successful In other states business visitors to Starke Satur- STARKE, FLA.

and its value has been emphasized -
ti In Florida It was Indicated yesterday Wiggins and sister,

I b> the heavy expenditures Jewell, attended the play at the I

: found necessary in keeping free high school auditorium In Starke

I t I I the lower east coast counties that Friday night.

.. "--"- .- -- .. __. _._ 'n : __ ..__.. __. _._ __ _... _'_ were cleared ..of tlo ticks under Mr. and Mrs, ,NO.. Moody were *


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C\ ,-,nmu so. i ).an BRADFORD COUNTY TKLEOU."rit. STARKE. FLORID" _ _ _ PA OR PIVB '
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',;' .5Q Clara Louise Peek and Virginia! I Mesdames J. M\ Brounlee ;and; I I'v. the AhlC'hul'ollnly hospital. gi ye a (onci-rt I ot st'0'i:!.: I r miiHli. : uI, ,, )' '.''''' .11'". 11'1"% "lIlh"I... J
C \Weeks! wt'rp'Itlltors to Ualnr1' L. Wall IIpl'ntasl/ Tuesday In Starke friend will bo pleased to and dramatic reading: next .. ..1- about,, I tin- hunting III I Ills SIM I linn, jd .
C ville last Wednesday.Mrs. Gainesville attending tha golden offer congrai ulatious. day night :Nov :.Kith\ nt tin- church I II ,

Bits oiLC41 C I wedding anniversary celebration of -..- --.-.--- --. .- A small admission will bu charged I l"ui* about
C H. A. Brown of Jacksonville :Mr. and Mrs. Edward !Means Sr. Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Scott Mr. lo raise money to pay for music till i.iuis are idinil for this inti-icm-. (
D= J. T. tho choir. Theno Ing sport.
and Mrs. with of have
Is spending the week In --------- --- Quigley Major roiuerls
D= Starke with Mr. and Mrs. 11. A. 1\11'.811,1, Mrs. William n. Strnth. and Mrs. Hloxham Ward of Sun come to be an annual\ event in this: They have a flue lineup. of

NevMoncerniflg ;t D Bishop. and children of Jacksonville, will Antonio Texas were dinner guests community and are looked forward hounds and there Is no doubt bin

C ------ spend Thanksgiving in Starka with at the Hotel George Washington, to with Rival eurgerness by the this hunt will go down In th,' history -
D the former's parents. Mr. and Mrs. last Thursday evening. Major and I people of I thltt place and surrounding of fox hunting as the greatest -
Splendid line of $2 to $9 i
D pants, up to this time, and
\v. II. Strath. Mrs. Ward have been enjoying a \ towns nnd n large number of I something '
Our People, Business and D at Alvarez. months visit with friends and relatives people are expected to take advantage to talk' about for j'pars to come.

Progress of the County and Town. C A hunting part composed of liar In }Florida and are well of I this! opportunity( to hear j -.---. ----.

Mrs. Alice Lnngford has returned old C. Wall Dr. O. 1... Haynes T known throughout the state. MnJor something out of the ordinary In Tarpon Springs Telephone service -
to Starke after a several days Williams and W. K. Torodo o Ward Is a cousin of Mesdamea this line. Mrs. K. A. Smith, thedirector I| between thin city and l Tampa
------ == ===== ------ visit! with friends in Gainesville! and grimily Improved> by IWo new
55;;'.o'Jo: :.:>cJ: ="-' ----- ==== I Lawtey are IulCl1uingtlle week a Scott Qulgley.NATIVIMM.NOtM I U leaving nothing iop-
and Alaclmu. I per long .illriliuire triinrk O'1rr'IIII14.
ISIrtlMijHI I Friday afternoon.O. Gulf Hammock In Dixie\ county. -- ----- done to make thin concert an 1111-1
liiallllod and to those Fort Pierce !New 1 CO.DUO( I I thea-
: ; : : TSK:!> IX FILM success
Grad _. ---- -----
001 L Prescott, :-- Miss Olive Bell of Branford. has ler opened hereJacksonville .
know Mrs Smith this Is "nut st'd."t
AV. Roberts of Mrs. A. M. Darby left Wednesday -
22nd. Lawtey was a been a guest for several days at ; I II New lire aUirm
v. tuber ; Mrs. Rev. .:. U. had
business for DeLund where she will 1'n'lI: IS I,<>(>(> Ciinii-rn had to IU I I Mowry avery
visitor .
to Starke Friday the home of her uncle and aunt system Installed here will bt In-
| "HKirKKIHmTjjrl ; spend several days visiting: her two 1'1'11..10..1 to niniMj' I't'iift.tELu I narrow escape from death I I
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j:: afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Hiram nell daughters Mesdames U.V. Marks I II Wednesday night: at her home on IIUItUI'lItC'd, January- I.

Keystone Lake Mrs.! Mowry was 'I'nllll h"tlMl'f' New Jackson, Bluff
and Phil Magulre. I
sL, I\Iln. Predpt Col. J. L. Frazee and J. M. Al- Sirs. W. A. Colley and daughter preparing for, bed when she went Bridge; opened, to traffic. -
;:2; 40 Lola and Annie Mae Pearce, were ---
to through the hall to ad-
varez spent Friday altendlng to Mesdames A. H. GI'ePIl.V.. M. pas an
To II 42 business Avon Park. visitors to Gainesville last Wednesday Wlmberly and little daughter. joining bedroom. The hall was

$ 4 49 afternoon. Freddie and Pearl Snyder spent dark and she mistook I the stairway A % '
5 79! 55 ---- Wednesday shopping In Jackson I for the bedroom door and plunged CENT ran
:,4 56 Mrs. W. E. Torode and little Miss Loin Gainey and Mr. and ville. I I! headlong down the stairs to a landing -

,;:4 60 ....:. daughter, of Lawtey were visiting Mrs. It. M. Gainey of Brooker. I I 11 steps below. She suffered I
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In Starke Saturday afternoon. were visitors to Starke Thursday ,
S !I 66 Misses )Frcdilku and Leah Struth I >'u. broken shoulder blade and dlsI -

19 68 ,05 afternoon. left Wednesday afternoon for I locution of the shoulder, besides u FOR ItKNT: -- -room house good
) 60; 49 Mr. P. A. Crosby of Brooker, ----- I lacksonville where they will spend number of other painful bruises condition, on Madison st reet. H. .

1 116 31 afternoon.waR a visitor to Starke Saturday Miss Amy Moore spent several I the remainder of the week visiting Sh. will be ci.nilned to !her bed for A. Green 11-2-tf:!
days In Jacksonville last week the --- ----- --- -
IJ9; 35 least 10
heir brother-in-law and sister Mr at days.
guest of relatives.Mr. FOR RENT )Furnished
32 apartments
116 Don't and Mrs. W. Laurie Kdwards. The annual meeting of I the community -
..111 33 forget to send In your -- -- I or rooms with fireplace
I ----- --- church took place last
36 Santa Claus letter to the Telegraphfor and Mrs. Edwin Butch and anti private bath See Miss Addle i-
5 .3: I The U. I>. C.. will meet Wednesday Monday night with II Urge attend
., 32 publication December: 2 1st. two small daughters, of the Stale Rulnden 11-2-tf.::
6 ;/ afternoon. :11.30 I ; o'clock at the ance. The reports disclosed ft very
Farm were visiting friends! in
29 I home of Mrs. W. L. "'R 11. Mrs.V. ante successful 1 year with I t nil I I hills I I paid 1 1"Oit1.10' .
Anything : ): !llorso for .
you want to buy? See Starke Saturday afternoon.Mrs. -- snle Si-
\ L. Wall' and 1 Mrs. R. A. Weeks RAQUEL TORRES in and a substantial I balance In t the
Lord and Co. O.V.. \Vlilte
Stuiko. Fla. ll-2i-:
____.06 They may have It.It. :
raIII I' hostesses. The following n wtriiHjeos
I treasury.
2 t,
Link and
.. daughter; ,
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elected! for I the following ---- -- -- -- -
Klckllter's.i Send. In your Santa Claus letters' Evelyn. of the State Farm, werevisitors --- -- -- Outrigger canoeing the favorite were
MIsH Fannie Lord of Fenton J. Kclwln Larson FM. FOU) RKNT-:: -Small/
to the )''111' collage one
now Telegraph; for publlca to Stillko Monday afternoon. sport ot the I natives of the t
ii \i (, M Inman were I Ion II1lchln I ll11. has arrived i In :Stnrke' South Seas was put to practical ('urr" I'V.. Cadnian, H. II. block from, paved st rent, $10,noper
to spend the winter months with Ilodd. and C. 1". Bryant Tlie. !holdover uuinuul Ii. H. J. I D.ivls.): I
[' ''H Ksonville Monday ----- -- ----- use by Director. S. Van Dyke .
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her brother and sister-i u-law, iii r. !Mrs. K.: A. Smith, -- -- ---- ---
:Mrs Mack Granger, ot 'Wald, I II I. L. 1 lloiiKli. ]Murk I Hough; uiulO. during the Miming of "White t trustees are )FOU SALKFour: burner Nesciioil
and Mrs. J. 1 1. Lord. Frank 1 1'. !Miller. ,
II Clark)
Mrs C. ,
|,rrnillnt ot Lawtey. was a I spentrOIIlIIlY! In Starke with.hr W. Hurry, of Brooker were attending Shadows lit the South Sots," t the stove. A linrsnlii. See (O. \"'.
SII-KC$ Monday morning. sister Mrs Harold C. Wall. I to business In Starke! Tuesday Metro-Gold wyn-Mnyer production uiul l K.: 1'1 Cuughey.Mr. While II-.10-21 I :
I afternoon. Mr. ond Mrs V. M Barefoot! of I tropical adventure and romance \Vvnn and Wntterson otItinnplou _, ,_ __ .
-- Full Hue i and I'd rs. W. I II. Clreen I C'ongrens- I ; ; ; ;and; ; Mayor; Walralh; of J p. II. .
I? siunip was a visitor tot Ofliatt4for! men and -- -- ----- nines to the Florida Theatre. LOUD & Ct) wilt buy all
nutii boys at J. M. Alvarez Look over our line of gulls if 111 an R. A. Green: and )lr, I Hollandiittended The outrigger ('lIlIn IH a regtlation Keystone I Helghls! were In the Nil klndrt of clothing i that Is III goodcondition.

you want to Have money. J. M.' I the funeral of 1111'11lIl"u 1 dugout Ilolult'l10/ i u 1'l1U1I1I glPH of Marlon county lusl week I Children's I I out jirownshoes

oInutI t of I Waldo was a Send In your Santa Clans! letter Alvarez. Green at New River cemetery Sunday balance t'a noe. It la nniisuall for several day hunting I deer, It nnd( underclothing If

MI o Monday morning.i to the Telegraph; to appear In the --- seaworthy except In n sever oe"l11l1: I that IH all they did.l just whole nnd good. Almi ftirnltiironnd
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Issue of UeremherOeo. 2tt. Mrs. L. S. Hutto spent the week- ----- stom. hunt. 114 r. Wulrath said l that on / Ii o it uili old gixxN.
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Mr. Marl: Mlddleton of Cocoa,
""I i i, of Lake-Butler, end In Plant City the guest o( her The[ outriggers; wrre used 011 I heIr way In i they: saw IL man dragging 1.
. business, :' with his. wife and llttlo daughter, horns. They number of style mahogany finish n pun Mi
tier was visitor to Talahassee Mrs. W. I". Hitler I tons of equipment: Including the saw u
,K 'imuHiigh of Law ley, this week. Marjorie Sue who are guests of live cameras that were used by the does but did nut get il shot at ubuck. leather cost $75.00, will sell|| fin ,
!Mr. MiddiI!ton's parents, Dr. and $115: .no. Also one l'ollnl dining Ii
Mr. Nathan Prevail of D.irien, .
Starke Friday.
Mm expedition and 1 the large qua lit I-
:Mr. and !Mrs.\ J. L. Plckerlll. will C.u., will spend Thanksgiving In Mi'sV.. Mlddletpn.: : I ties of props and foodxluffs neces The !Keystone: I Heights Golf und 1 _tnhltt for_mil,....!Er""tI.l. Alvarez. It *
die ,X I DOS now on display pend Th.ank8glv.lng in Jacksonville Starke with his parents, Mr. and ----- -" miry for the Produi intl. Country)I Club I I tins been opened( for 'J.
friends. if Mr. and .
; AI'are8 Special at 95c. with friends. Mrs. It. It. Prevail. I Mrs.The Henry many Adkins.vlio< have un Five months were spent by I hI I the Reason under 1 tha management YOU CAN (;JKT; IN STAItKH=

--- -- company) In t th. (trbplos\ t Celling t i anIhentlc of Hilly Itullwlnltlo thin lsuvuuhumu'rroftssiiututl
,iltini ,of Leesburg/ was a Mr. and Jlrs. Nat I Sternberg, Mesdames J. C. Robinson! J. K.Corpenlng apartment at'the home of Mrs.learn Anna I color, and locale for I lie who was I In churgo! Replacements for nil I UlncU. ofeya
will I to
Sim: ki Tuesday morning. and family attended the Florida / 10. M. Johns and little I Murrhee. regret; I fllms. Hundreds I of native Island lust year.
Vashlngtnn and Lee football game laugher Gloria, spent Monday in that they are both seriously! ill at "rs who had never posed I in fronof t Billy has made/ (|iilte a number glasses, I including slioctaulu.

ind Mi,"iL I). Green were In Jacksonville Thanksgiving Jacksonville.Mrs. this writing I a camera before appeared! UH ex of thangpM having I brought buck frame, temples and screws.Kino .
In 1 i.icksonvllle.. Tuesday. ------- -- I' lias.KKVHTOM. with him from the north a very
Mrs. AV. P. Randall of Tampa Is 0. L. Beasley returned Mr. and !Mrs. C. A. Kutch and ----- ---- capable assistant in the person of Wiilili I nnd Clink I Rcpalrln ; .

.thel Moore 5iefltVednes- spending several days in Starke home Sunday after upending several I two eons! Merrill and Mack, Mr. : II; IIKHIITS: cnrvntt: !toy! L. Chandler who will ho In also. 1'nI'II\: InlC, :

ping in Jacksonville. with her parents Mr. and Mrs. J, days In Tampa with her parents land Mrs. n. M. Sistrunk anti IlOII.I' ('[.1.11 OI'IONS: HK.tSON: lully attendance: at thus course' ,

-- M. Alvarez. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Durden.Mr. I' Joe, spent: Thursday In Jacksonville while Billy hlmselt will be hero Wo have for tmle JewerlY, t!

(nd !Mrs J S. Butler were I I attending the Florida State Mr. and Mrs. Jus. I H. Ilouser and Iwo days a week to give Instruc- walcliHH. cut glass, silverware, 1
I (to Ucksonvllle Tuesday. Mrs. W. M. :Mundy left Sundayfor I and !Mrs S. K. Blltch and Fair. ''lilt'. Jill). J. Houser entertained\ ion In golf.
I.akl3'OI'Ih where she will children of the State Farm, will -- -- --- ..-- li; o'clock dinner at Keystone hut The course( Is open to visitors at alarm elouks, eye glasses etc.

i eels at Klckllter's. join her husband who Is employee. spend Thanksgiving In Starke with I Mr. and Mrs. John Uglow; Miss Wednesday evening: In honor oMr Ii very moderate grneu,, fee it mud II I HI nikc, I.'lor It In1'KOMI'T
-.-- there, Mr. and Mrs. J L. Ilrownlee. Carrie Uglow; and Miss Beatrice and Mrs. I Harold( Ilouner of nil line of golf supplier! will ht l

11 I Mrs\ S V. Trlg/t/ of Jack- :... i Bullen, will spend Thanksgivingin I Chicago, I 111., on the eve of I their: ound on hand ut all I 11 mica. ) SERVICE=' U

w"r' Sunday guests of I Mrs. J. C. Robinson. Mrs. LilyS. Ernest Wlndhovel of the Vnl- Jacksonville with Mr. and Mrs. I departure for Chicago, after a visit Billy III arranging for a number SATISFACTION

| Mr> .1 A Saul. Lewis and Mrs. R. F. Ilemorest varsIty! of Florida, spent the week R. I.. McDowell. of three weeks with Mr. and Mrs of tournaments for thin con( "rue for
-- were visitors to the UniversityCity end in Starke with his friend Joseph ------ ---- --- I I J. II. Mouser, parents of thus [becoming; winter aunt l from nil In-

nd I Mrs J W Andrews, Jr., Wednesday.. Mnlpas. Miss Kalle Belle Ke'nnard who groom. I Pst--H was a honeymoon ii llciitlous a great numht-'r of I Ihu Win. J. ILIFFEJeweler

km I I'hursduy In Jackson- linn been enjoying visit with ) Those present at dinner olowers of t the royal and, ancient\

Judge A. Z. Adkins! State's At- !Mrs. JV.. Edwards; and daughter relatives in Waldo spent last Wednesday were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Houser, game are sure to Pail irilutLte In and

---_. -- torney II. V. Knight: and Col. K.M. Elaine, will spend the weekend with friends. In Starke en- Mr. and 11I1'''. .las, Clark. Mr. John I hene events I as Billy IH noted for
A i. Strickland of Lake Johns are attending circuit In.Jacksonville visiting relaIves. route to her home In Fernamllna. J. Houser, Miss Gertrude I Houxur. he excellent way III which he conucts Expert Watchmaker

wa visiting friends In court In Lake Butler this week. ------ Mr. and Mrs C. II. Clark, Mr. and I ii his tournaments, and I the
:Mr. and Mrs. J. Shannon Butler, "t4tas'ke' Fill
Mr. and Mrs. Kl-:
fuendnyTmei. ----- Mrs. )F. K. Cnrr, handsome prices ho offer for tho

-- ---.-- Mr. and( Mrs. J. A. Saul and Fixtures for Corpenlng'a DrugStore attended the play given by the well Robinson, !Mr. Donald Pang- various events. Next door! to Steam Pressing f'u
N T Hitch and T. J. Miss Minnie Gruber, will spend are arriving this week anra.being < high school at Waldo Tuesday eve- horn and Mr. ''''. II. Ogden. After More visitors are expected at

"penl last Thursday at Thanksgiving with relatives In Al- placed In the new location nlnK. Mrs. Duller delighted: the the supper the party went to the eystona this. year than ever. Illly --- -- ---
Mars ma, Ga. on the corner. audience wHit two solo numbers. home of Mr. and Mrs. Jus. Houser spent the summer ut Meudvllle, 'C--- .-- -----,.a---- f

_._- -- where u very pleasant evening at I'a.,, and comes buck with the re- Y-i'; f
cnna. all sizes at Klck- Mr. and Mrs F. F. Stump and Laurie Q. Hay spent the Thanksgiving I Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Butler and bridge was spent, other guests at ort that a large number! of golf- S with Flowers I

I daughters will attend the football holidays with his parents, little son, John, left Wednesday bridge; being Mr. and Mrs. Chan. ers from that section will vlHlt and

game In Jacksonville Thursday af- tr. and Mrs. L. C. Ray of Red afternoon for Brunswick, Ga., to M. Weinman and Miss Helen' day, the I Keystone: course the coning !- Flowers ForAlIOccasions

"s i F F Stump and W. G. ernoon.: dick. spend Thanksgiving with Mrs. But Lawrence. months. .

pent last Thursday In ---'- ler's parents Mr. and irs. T. J. Mr. and Mrs. Ilouser left Thurs The annual hunt of the Florida

( lie with friends. Geo. B. Flynn of Lake Butler, Mr. and Mrs. D. 1. Ames who llu mmel. day morning for Jacksonvillewhere Into Fox Hunters' Association IHow

spent the week-end In Starke with have been residents of Starke for Miss'Karlie ---- they expected to spend the In full swing at l Keystone:

I Joe Jones of Macclenny, his family, leaving Monday for a the past three years left Wednesday Tyler of Glen St. day with a brother, Mr. Jas. Hous eights, Florida, and will continue Gertrude CodbeyAnderson

uKlne8s visitor to Starke hunting trip to the Everglades.Mr. for Lake Worth where they Mary, underwent an operationhere er, Jr., leaving there on the night all thin week,
will reside In the future. last Thursday fro appendicitis train for Chicago. ,
1 The officers, Jesse It. Lltlon,
,' and( Mrs. J. C. Hoover Mr. and Is at the home of Mr*. J. J. One of the most outstanding resident: Lnesbtirg, .Fl'a.; I). II. i1

Kelly of the New River and Mrs. C. F. Hoover and son Mrs. O. n. Bennett, Miss gus- Lambe. Mist Tyler was a former ,. events In the history of Keystone McMlllell vice prusldent, Alachuu; Phone -.9 Waldo. Fla.find. .

J Was attending to business Don, were visitors to Jacksonville Ble Mae Bennett, and Eugene: Turner nurse In the office of Dr. E. L. Heights came to pass on Thursday )<''rank Drake( secretary and trean-

p Friday. Sunday attended the performance: of Biggs and her many friends here when there came to the home of urer, Mount Dora Flu.; and oth- .-.-..--
the "Singing Fool" at Gainesville will wish her a speedy recovery. Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Larson an Infant --. -----

Wilson Bros., all colors, Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Hundley and last Thursday evening daughter-! Wllda Rachel Lar. --.'- immmmimmammammmmiimmiaaimifHAROLD I
II at Alvarez. daughters. were visitors to Jacksonville -- Mills Hazel Callender of Vancouver son. Mrs. Larson and daughter are

Sunday afternoon. Gerald Middleton Charles Darby British Columbia, la expected both reported as doing line In the C WALL { '

I. E M and Vascoe Hazen 'and Sammy Sternberg/ of the to arrive In Starke Friday, hospital at Gainesville, and a host

er were visitors to Starke Misses Harriet and Eloise Hitch University of Florida, will spend to spend the winter with her cous- of friends here are rejoicing with ,;
Thanksgiving In Starke with home in,. Mrs. T, S. Ilewke. During her them. It U said that when Miss INSURANCE I J '
-------- -.- --------- trip here Miss Callender stoppedover
oiks. Introducedto
Wllda Rachel was first
for few days in Regina, Sa- STARKi FLOniD.t I. 'fUn"IW..nl.
a her thumb ,
HUNTING SEASON IS HERE her father she took
II Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Johnson of scatchawan. In order to visit some \
from her mouth just long enoughto thin nest Loading Insurance CompnnlrsFIRE.
merlcus, Georgia are enjoying/ cousins. who are located there. I ,
J good fresh heavy load smokeless shells, : smile sweetly and say "Da, Da"
visit here with their son-in-law
I Can blame him for being hap-
Pped direst from factory at low cash prices. and daughter, Mr and Mrs. Robert Mr. and Mra. W. A. Archer and py? you Aim'STMENTH: : K PROMPTLY:

F.' Demorest.Mrs. little son, Bobby, who have been
DeWitt C. JonesHARDWARE spending the past two weeks In I church The choir of Keystone: of the Heights community will !!!!!'-apemI.umwIuweuIsmiNunirsweseIusuMumuuniumewHuImtIIImm1IIIu.. ,' ,, ,"" "" !!!!!!!!!"... "'''' ',,,,'IHeeffiauff'''''' .' '..._ -,- _" I

W. J. };pperson, who spent Montgomery and Birmingham: .
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last week In Jacksonville at the 'Ala., spent Friday In Starke with !

home of her son and daughter-in- M rs. Archer's parents, Mr. and See the Sit-up Exercisers Ta\e Their 5. ip Exercises .
I IMr8
I law Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Epperson, Mrs. J. p. Robinson and Mr. and Itll

--.-_ _---__ ----.---__e-_ returned home Sunday.RKE J. C. Robinson enronle to I On the Sand Beside the Sea, They're as f appy as Can Be!
their home In Tampa. _
---- Tnkitn on Mlnml't undo ij( increasing favor ... a health
FOLKS Ry J. E. Corpenino Judge and Mr., (I. A. Gardiner Kx: .rcl.. I. .ur_lir urinil. ccnttr. Sclvntlnc
,_______________ lots of oson. lot* ,,,i acceptance of the
-_._ __.__n_'__._ with Mrs. Gardiner's parents, Mr. I J.ota: of p p ant: ,.I.ut..r fun. tonic and curative properties of direct -
- I ITHaHow and Mrs. Ilansford Austin, left t Witch u* rook .nd roll ami ...1' sunlight baa made the ftorlda
S I # t On th. ihori of Ul.cyn. Hay I IV I
where metropolis the natural Mecca
Wednesday for Hastings of the
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MUCH OLDER. < THEN. T GuecsmeRE) WA" A I they spent Thanksgiving with |I >K.rlr. of a VacLIonls. U nun faddist For out of 365 day ,

D WILL. 31NIEALt'OST' ) I y.Iop-J-r BOTHER J urrt6PRL.., AND I Judge and Mrs. Gardiner's two I 1 r th7Ck: In the year the sun shines an aver. I ,
!E'rO BE -'I< CROWD WIUl- ((6HE HAD A SHINY r : New. that train from age of 360 at Miami,
9- -J' I aons-ln-law !and daughters; :Mr. I j \
; New
P0 BEFOR9AS ; York. Chicago and other north- It U not only aunthlne, however,
w t.DWOMENJNO'E/.. 'i
At.L 6E and M.... W. S. Yelvlngton and era point have been put on a two- that the cIty's advantage as a health!
POWDER ';HE NOW Mr. and Mrs. Z. 3, Roberta. j t1. I section schedule between Jackoon center reat. Her unutuaJ combInatIon '
THAT It'GOEc WHERE HER. I Villa and Miami, mean that the Ud of unthlfle, even temperature ,
# ( MTHERALWA'1S GOES Mm. J. n. Sapp and Mills Han i of travel ha turned touthward agalB and invigorating air. together with
nah Swindell. who have spent the j I ,. ,''and that winter-wary northerner.are her opportunities for out-door sport '
( TO I past two weeks In Stuart visiting 'IMI" flocking Mlamlward. to escape and exercise, unite to give the average .
CDRPEMJHS5 ,,' cold. chilblain and coal bill, visitor just what hi. system
and Mrs.-Qicnr Andreu '
STORE i I In addition to her old-Urn popularity need to strengthen him both In
oRIJOmj011 turned to their homas here Friday, a. a pleasure resort, Miami I* physique and In morale. r jr
; They: were accompanied to Starker r
: -... I
>: Mr. and Mrs. Andreu who spent .
the week-end here with their "
daughter, Thelma.

; of the young Miss is to be attractive Corpening's Drug Store Frldaf'slMlllle,of the Gainesville i ;

dard beauty preparations, perfumes of rare, "The Service Store" Evening News carried the announcement ,

\\SIte charm It's a store for the whole fam- of the arrival of a
: daughter to Mr. and Mrs. J. Edwin -
Starke. Fla.
: Larson of Keystone Heights!: t

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I II door and window and I ST.\'r' ")0 1 '
l'l'31u..vrloN IS 1IKST: Ing every t) ;
..-. --,--,.==:'- ===. :::- =31 =-.:.:::::' :'. =-: :! := 'Timely Hints For WAV TO CJKT: llll OK I staying away from the house until \\'11.1 t \ U/.kh\Ihyl,:!

\\1 I TERMITES: IX IIOL'SEGainesville : nine or ten o'clock one ran !''Iafplysl"(1
there, provided all door and "I.a m,
j The Citrus Grower '
Farmers & Farming Fla.--There are widows are kept open during the ,6 ; iiiiKHiidopar'n' 'a.

1\\ 1 I "bugs11 that eat our groin, others night. it i* I ,. ,J'
If the house Is so built that mint "'I i
UuincHvllle, Fin .The following that cat our fruit still others that the ti-i h.inoun.
(fiy ARrlculturnl r'lior) : cannot be fumigated, perhaps \ i
I timely hints for the citrus grower I eat our vegetables, but the termite ] next best thing would be to pout '

__._ ,_ __ _H YI flue offered by E F. Deliusk, extension has a bigger appetite, so he eats carbon bisulphide: down Into (each ; cj-- reclit. 1 1 '.. 1\

Farmers and Truckers Are Invited to Contribute Articles citrus pathologist. I our houses, If they'are made of piece of wood where they are. at th' i u'',
Kiwi wood. Mr. Watson Carbon Orin)
Found fiixinl \KiiliiKt working says ,
of Farm Experiences Where groves have been mowed Letters from points In South bisulphide Is highly I inflammable I, by till> i ; "I,

To He Best Suited to Our Country and left unplowed a fire guard i i Florida Indicate that these Insects I I when mixed wtih air so ; : .: I those "i Neap,, ,

about ten feet wide should be are causing some concern In certa'n again precautions must be obtierv should u. < llorl<
= = '
,. 5',7---- == ==_.:-=--==-" : -- plowed around the grove. In case I, localities. This concern is ed. Fires of all kinds, including either! r" / litb' '
of a very large grove It might be I well founded, for if no effort is cigarettes and cigars must be kept Dr Ruin' I'''r

Specialists GiveSuggestions I II well to plow a strip or two through Is made to combat these Insects away. The fumes of this mateilul I write in', '' I"

j 1-- IIUR: .tL COMMON: : SKNSHliy tlie.grove to a'd' In checking fires they can soon ruin a house declares are heavier than air and will go for ta kilo ''i.' 1'1:

I' For I Spuds Johnson I originating within the grove or J. It. Watson entomologistof down in the cracks of the floor tit b "- 'S

I I blowing over the guard. All employees the Florida Experiment Station. and kill the termites. Open "s ""11In'
t J
DecemberVork should be cautioned about Termites are about an eighth; of Once the house Is rid of termites started '? i dl? ..f I 'fist'

HAMTIIK: OIUJ.\M/.KI) : dropping match stubs, rlrgar or an Inch long, are whitish In color they can be kept out by seeing that r and linen i I.. It' '

Illlt.U e'(). UIl'N I1T cigarette( stubs In the grass: or and somewhat resemble worms, nj piece of woodwork connects itu" versing .", t, ', f '''he"'

Oalnesvlllc, ]Kla.-.-Following In a other dry litter. Much damage Is but travel more like an ant. They house with the ground, and keep- the quest ,01""? ''Ud deet r

general summary' of farm hints tor I once heard a speaker say: done to citrus gi'oveij every year as get Into houses by means of wood ing the apace under the house open E. T. STRONG are said .? '" ?, ''Iful hi
!: prepared by upeclal- the result of carelessness: in regard foundations, wood steps, or any so air may circulate President and General Manager part ot Ih r'' "here ,
December as and "Give us prosperous communities to fires. piece of wood that Is in contact \ DIJ1CK MOTOR CO.DETROIT. waters did ,, ," ,
Station )
lath of the I Kx perl men t and shall have a prosperous I Nov. ._. Praising De- I left v
Kxteimloh: Ilvln- we Hunk our Trees with the house and the ground. \V1M GIVE: T.U.KH!! ONGainesville young bla'' i ,. 'to
I the AKilrultunil AurlcuUure. state and a prosperous nation. The I It seems necessary to again call Sometimes this may be a fence I e'IIINI4E: ,\HI('l'J.Tl'U..; and officials of moiuhf )Fui'" i .: m
lot of I the College of community Is the foundation on : the city for the safety campaign which rcnt&:
HOBS: All HOWS not bred In ,'Jovembi which to build farm development" attention to the matter of bunking nailed to the house. I II I recently has been waged; against verity of canl1) i,, ., ? M.

>r should be bred now for There Is pI'eUYood/ logic In I young trees. As a matter of safety I The best way to get rid of these Fla. Farmers, speeders and reckless drivers here, winter VIHII., 'hint

spring Hllt-rK. See that lion liavo. those two statements. Farm peo- In face a cold snap! should come, pests Is to fumigate the house with fruit growers, and all others Interested L. T. Strong, president of the Buick lage of tIll ''p\ II .a,u" tIle
( dust. to four years old acid if the house In Floridaare Motor Co. ha expressed the hope --- .
warm pluses for beds free of be neighborly young trees up hydrocyanic gas In agriculture ...
s., Feed corn and tankage to meat ple are there IsMllll should be bunked. This applies to I can be made tight. It will! bo necessary promised a season of interestng that a similar program might be The <'Iv"", :. u.r Madl, '
hogs for two or three wet.ka before and Hoclable better, work all varieties of citrus! in Central'. to fumigate the spare under and educational farm programs carried out In every city, town and started a ..11111', ?. ins:
room for hamlet In the nation. charming ,',< ,, ,
t hutcherln: Florida to unprotected areas In tae house also. This can often be from WRUF, the new state station 110ft
( rural communities. People the ..
among In Messages are sent to roses !Madi': ."
General : Continue to keep laying take more Interest In I things which South .Florida and to Satsumas done by tacking newspapers over here. more than 4,000 Dulck dealers ism' much

flock In good ,'olldll lOll Study are brought home to them, and all North and West Florida If this the lattice work, says Mr. Watson. A series of talks on Chinese!) ago throughout the country, each of has beauty and) w .U, the(,

possibility of producliiR Home winter c'tizens! have a chance to take part banking has not already been doneIt The next step la to wet the ground culture( is being: prepared byI'rofeesor whom will be urged to get behind started t that ca,
I broilers. should be attended to at once I under the house, then dust calcium G. E. RItchey of the Col- such a movement in his district. and natural IK.nm mn t be

Grove: and Orchard : Hunt per- in The community community activities.Christmas tree, Make the banks large enough; to I cyanide on the ground at the lege of Agriculture. Professor "The fact that some communities ed with mm., race, and
and other winds 'and heavy each thousand have accomplished so much in the flowers the nnerai
Hlmmon, pear. plum llgn withstand the rate of six pounds for Ritchey spent several years In' ensen
clfclduoiiH trees. Citrus.: Finish fall the community picnic, the community rains and as high aa practicable! In I cubic feet of space. China teaching agriculture In a humanitarian work of avoiding traffic Ing a thing ,ot beau I) and
lI'hool.lIlJrary, bank, wal'ehouse. casualties I conclusive proof that
'1' fertilizing. Finish banking young house order to protect the trunk In case The fumes of the calcium syanlde mission school and is well acquainted be carried to forever Florida >ltle <
sweet potato curing the campaign can a
l'. trees. Keep rust mites under con hatchery, abbattolr, creamery, can- of a freeze. If a cold wave is predicted penetrate through the floor and Into with farm practices In successful conclusion everywhere," their much to enhance the be
trol. Set young trees, water and mill see that banks are renewed the galleries of the termites and that country. Ills talks will be Strong declared, "and the Buick surrounding and the
cotton gin, grist green-
(. bank. Prune out dead wood treat- nery house, seed Improvement association where worn down kill them. While this is going on broadcast from WRUF during the Motor Co. pledge: the fullest cooperation the Madison folks will be v

f. Ing large cuts with tree wound forms of activities Fall C'lrun-up 14.| rnyGrowers it is necessary to vacate the house winter as part of the regular farm of Its giant resources in with much Interest by oft
Irrigate If very dry. Vineyard are some generally realize themporlance this. is working to this end. tious of the state
drew )ng In which the community may jointo ; for at least a day, for gas program,
best month for prun and economy of the fall wellas "The automobile no longer 1 I. a
: This la extremely poisonous to men as I
the mutual benefit of all farm- luxury--it 1*a necessity, and much of Plant City --Construction
ing and planting. Prune to medium ers. clean-up spray with oil emulsion. termite. The house should be New Port Illchey-Peninsular* it* immense value. to the world la city Jail progressing\

p sized arms and train on a Let a community or a county go Many have found that by doing closed tightly and kept closed for Telephone Co., improves service being periled by tho ee who use the -- -

Munson trellis. Remove as far as Into the production of a special this spraying thoroughly and at a day 00 the gas can penetrate all between this city and Tampa by streets a. sp.edwsry and those who

practicable all canes showing leu-I form of a crop and put out a good the proper time, the much dreaded the tunnels made by the Insects. installation ot new copper lines. drive without doe are In the crowded

Ions of anthrarnose and blackrot. : quality product and they will seldom summer application may be It Is beet to spend the night; IJunnell-McArn Grocery Com- traffic of the present era." Visit our yard \\K
Collect and burn primings and all where Boreaux-oll That the problem U *) big one,
: have trouble In disposingof omitted, except away from the house, but It thisIs pany erecting building on Dixie
mummied clusters of fruit planting this crop any at a profit Is applied In the spring for mela- Impossible one may apply the highway Strong I* certain but be Is equallycertain Buying Your Mom
Pecans: See that all twigs: Fall and winter spraying that with the proper cooperation
\ The Ideal community organization nofe. material early In the morning and Bunnell-Boaz Darrel Company of all concerned the streets
rut off by glrdlers have been picked will call for some kind of a should not be done when the tem- open up the house about four leases all plants to Farmers Manufacturing \ and highways can be made safe anJ tal Work.Seeourdisplayandp.

? up and burned. Prepare land community hall where meetings perature Is running below 60 degrees o'clock In the afternoon. By open- Co. the value! of the automobile for business > ;

fur setting I trees first half of can be held. The schoolhouse F., as a satisfactory kill of and pleasureconsequently, in.
month, ast half month Is excel- cale cannot be attained under low .. ..... creased.A .
}I may serve If none other Is available :
lent time for Netting. If no cover '..emporature.COWS .
crop has been -Vlant d, knock off K8.4
shucks and leaves and plow under iC --- How to PlayBRIDGE We deliver and ere
i'- :\II JoH.\I.H:: Florida mak-
NKKI1: ; party of men are
or burn to control shuckworm.Peaches \VHri I-MIOI I'KOfiltAM
ing preparations to search in several -
: In South and Central :I Following Is a list of farm talks Gainesville, Fla.-Cows need I J7 of the rivers for gold supposed'
peaches with limesulphur. : I
spray VVHUF for balance their rations hidden the The GainesviMemorial
to be broadcast from ; minerals to to have been by pirates
1 to 7, or percent eAv ,rbe
the week ending December 5. The I Just as other animals. Dr. A, L who in the early days infested the
emulsion] to control San Jose scale. 'Series
farm'program is given from 6:30: Shealy, head of the animal husbandry 1928-29 by shores of this state. The gold hid-

Garden: and Truck Inspect to 7 p. m. Eastern Standard time. I department of the Florida Wynne Ferguson den In Florida is in the soil in Co
Irish potato seed before planting:
Woo. --"Fertlllzem," Dr. II. W.I I Experiment Station recommendsfour the shape of citrus fruits and win-
discard all showing brown spots ,I: Uuprecht. chemlHt Florida Experl- parts ot preclpated. bone meal Author of PRACTICAL AUCTION BRIDGE" ter vegetable and staple crops and

In flesh ; sublimate. Transplant formalde-:I!I ment Station (This in the first of and one part of common table o Ut. w with work and proper handlingcan Box 232 Gainer

cabbage and treat with ,''a! serlep, of two talks. ) I Since the bone meal Is more Copyright ma by lluylc. Jr. be "discovered" in almost any
i'( hyde or corrosive lettuce; 1)lulltmUlltal'll
radish\ I Doc :3\,- -"Feeding for Winter expeusivnthuttthe other minerals. part of the state.
KnullHh peas
'KKK Pioductlon," N. 11. Mehrhof, It Is possible to reduce the cost by ARTICLE No. 6

f'1 rape and turnips. extension poultrymau, Agricultural Milmltutlnc finely ground pebble -- .........- ......, ..-.-.. .--.-.--- -
It has< been said of a sound preemptive or shutout bill I that if defeated it .,v eagaaue
I JacksonvilleTotal of :35.000- Extension Service. phosphate usually known as float at small expense by preventing the opponents from showing the suit that
1 (000 Involved In merger of (lulfI.lf Dec. B.--Fertilizer for Cotton," These mixtures are the ones given would have produced game between the combined hands. This principle is well

!' >! Insurance Co. and Victory Dr. M, N. Walker, cotton specialist, cattle In feeding tests at the Sta illustrated by the following hand: ,

National Life Insurance Co. 1 Florida Experiment Sla tlOII. tion. The new: ForOlias .
_. ..---------- Hearts Q, J,7, 6,2 Hearts-A, K, 9, 5
Clubs none : V : Clubs- 1 K, J, 9Diamol1d.9,1,3
: A B : Diamondll-, Q J
Spade -A, 8, 5, 4, 3 : Z : Spades K.O.J
; a very simple an

No score, rubber game. Z dealt, Lid to defeat the five club bid more thana
five clubs. and A and V passed. 13 was trick or so.Unfortunately.
,. in a peculiar position. The bid of five however, A didn't effective
clubs undoubtedly indicated a freak properly consider these facts He passed.
hand particularly in view of the many I / played the hand at five clubs doubled
apparent tricks in U's hand. He was and made a little slam. I Ills hand was -
i hardly strong enough, however, to I as follows: ]
bid five hearts and yet his hand was Hearts none lubrication sysiem

\ too strong to pass. The five club bid Clubs-A, Q, 10,8,7,5,3
PrI looked like a trap, but B had no option Diamonds -A, 10, 8, 6, 5, 2
( V tt 1t R 11 ff tt r / except to double.Z Spades none
I I passed and A should have bid five All that he lost was one club trick as
hearts. He should have made this bid his partner, Y, had a singleton diamond
rather than five spades, op that he and three trumps.
t. could shift to five spades if the five Be on the lookout when your opponents
i. hearts were doubled. 1 his hand is badly make these shut-out bids and r
distributed as a trick taker, particularly don't let them save game at a small
." nt/tc rr Ill =1ca as to ,' I ly in view of Z's five club bid. Therefore expense or prevent you from bidding
A should have figured that if B had a your suit if you feel justified in doing
sound double, they would stand a good so. A B could have made five odd in no
I .. : sow chance to make five hearts or five trump or a little slam in hearts, so Z's n
r rl -' t r. : + stvulrB{ and so score !game and rubber. preemptive bid, in this instance was a

*"""''"* "**4>i -. '' : I On the other hand, they couldn't hope biff winner. .' 'Jr'
,J THE fabrication system! for As a rcat 'r
BBssss< Answer to Problem No. S tJr
!rric; / Of ;
the eng;ne of the new Ford It I,
lrenrts--1.,1:: 6, :z r
S ..jrS'Sp" t<* as simple in principle' U3 new
yr L"p peNUrraa r sae: AraAa..e.. NM Ii WnV/ C1uhs-Q, j.J 9, (5iiamonjsIC ; 11, "
a ,. ::, 7, 4 water running oivii-lilil.: !. E'U( > : .
:SiadesQ.:: j J that it fII '

tleerts-Q: 9, .1 Hearts A, 10, 5 A gen pump hI i the bottom a uorv.: :.
l Cluhs5, 3, :2 I : Y I Clubs- K, 10, 8, 7 of the: oil |pan raises:! the: et>,
I Diamonds-J,10, 8, 6, 5 : A n I DioLmonris- A, Q, 9, 3 oil lo tae valve chamber There f 4 '
Spades-8,3 I Z : riliU'
: pades-7.
' \ reservoir. From: here it f"r"tl t t" ..10

*c r t tI..artll-, 8,3 Cow on to tLe main! cranksliift imutJf, t'1'1 theen'rv
Clubs- A, 4 thc oil: t.I1Le:
; maul the f
1rfi Itcnr'n re litcmni'iaft
= :] niamonI, 2 : 500 mile.. ,InJle;
.h c I Spades- A, K, to, Q, 6, 4, 2 Lcnring. Overflow i'ndVrtor r il peter'isilira
"- I r r'du t DEDgtT.K i oil: drop! into the oil jiait the!
I sear I N'o score, rut': cr game. Z dealt, bid or Z can lead a club and make two below! low ((1,1.)
t x 6 rJ = l '""' UALU hree spades and all passed. A openedhe club tricks in Y'a hand. Z can now trey and ruin ittto troughs: l ol
t a ;jack of diann ids which hold the force B in the lead by playing the threeof through vhicli, the connecting If le] oil irvel' h

I'Y I I 'r lk.: He then led the ten which ZI hearts from his hand and the seven rods |>asa. to fall below low, ""Ie fUr f
I'C t rumped in his own )hand.. I How shouldnow < of hearts from Y's hand. B must win !in< uficnl; 10
ns.roa all e play the hand to make game? this trick with the ten of hearts.After As the ends of these rode becomes hauld
.r P '! Solution: Z should lead a low spade, B plays the ace ol hearts, he must lead strike the oil all paris ail Wey
DIUusicr ON. r n4'ur aa us' winning the trick in Y's hand with the clubs up to Y's hand, thus giving Z they coop upa oiled.!
't' tr'a'.tte lack. Y should then lead his last duv- game and rubber. supply for the connectingrod :

nond, trumping in Z's hand with a low Note that B could have foreseen this bearing. At the same To insure list peru
-.2 pallo. Z should now lead another spade force play and prevented it by discarding alio aulaieahlc i
:1 .nd win the trick in Y's hand with the the ten ol hearts. A's nine of time they set up a fine spray ance it 1- : or your

} tar FUCOBTIIK rJJ lueen. Y should now lead the queen of hearts would, therefore, have prevented that lubricates the pistons ,..vlubricated the chassis 1\1''
'( FIRST rLO'R, PLAk) tubs which B should cover.. Z then Z from forcing the lead in B's hand. and other moving parta. every
should win the trick with, the qde
ace. This problem was I given to show how been mIn
t Z should now lead three rounds of to take advantage ol an opponent's From the tray the oil runs This FOl'llthrouh
-- discarding two hearts from the new
I and with the mellow effect of age j nomlcal plan-the Ideal home. rump. mistake. Some ot the beat plays madeare Into the bottom of the
: prtJl"
: OM MMiUsuAND : ('OT'f.\n- x"s hand and one club. B must discardme possible because an pan, of the high
Tin: MoiiK.itx IIO.MK: : thesa old: houses present pictorial The construction is of Irame diamond, one heart and one club. the ; opponent you gives the and is again drawn up use .
compositions of rare quality.Hut. I with stucco finish except the front ie cannot discard more than; one club chance take advantage every get time. through a fine mesh screen grease gun eyeteanProper
Hunter for modern American living wall of the living; room which oIng: '" I
tRy R, C. & Hro. Archts., the plans of these old bouses are Is of brick. I i I i Problem No. & I IIlearta I and pumped to the valve much to Lhf

New York.) not at all adaptable, so when one The house measures 40 feet ft I 4, 3 chamber. ing mean 110 t7 hv
: the lure of the coun- I the flavor of Inches In I of car thai
Every year wishes a home with width. Including the garage Club.none This is your *
try side of old England draws the old English cottage an entirelynew so a lot with .. frontage of,,' Diamond 5/J. 3, 2 system so effective not be neglecleJ
of American tourists plan layout must be evolved. not less than 50 feet should be'I I Spades -4, 3lurts that the five-quart contentsof : lessly done.
't! thousands -], to, <> -Hearts the oil
and In the house shown above one provided.A I pan pass throughthe fishier!
t. and never do the old cottages can see at a glance that both of cellar extends under the full :lul.s-9.8 s: Y s Clubs- K/QfT 10 pump twice in every See your Ford 1

f villages fall to charm the visitor. these qualities old English house and provides the laundry, j,', +Diamonds -, 10 none, 9 : A Z B :: Spades DiamondsnonepedesJ -K. Q mile when you are travelingat ularly. lie is; repersp'fitted she'

These old cottages\ -and to some charm, modern American convenience heater space and such. only 30 miles an hour. to lubricate ,.

extent even the more modern of -have been preserved and A generous attic with stairwayIs I Heart-A, :2 Yet there .t. _1_ Ford and b.e.WV'
one the Impression united with real success provided. 1 .Club.*-A, 4, 3. :2Diamondsnone a "'.ur one good, the
houses- a
: English really fit Into Nor is this house expensive to Complete working plans and movable part_ the ; at a fait
that they
build. A proper distribution of the specifications for this house may Spades-A, 2 .II pump. Job

their Of, environments.picturesque Irregularity of masses, careful roof treatment and be obtained for a nominal sum f diamond are trumps! and Z is in the lead, can Y Z win all the trick

I' varied materials and Interesting study of the details permit a from the building editor.. Refer. to my delensef Think this over and compare with the answer that will*be aniiut lived -- .. C01\IPAN
details properly placed on the sUe charming exterior with a moat eco- House A-176. n the next"article.. FORD, MOTOR

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LICENSES REPORT I sriiooi) IU\-H.\ i'it xiiiuBoiiril : : \< s

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by tile: Tax Collector duplicates of which hive been filed with (he County I 1- d

." on the flrut day of Oct.. 11I27. and e ndlnit on ths :Mist dav-. i.f-- Oct.- 1928.: met In rl.u1llslon i BUY CHRISTMAS SEALS I

Oil D..l1lerllun.. _. __ with all membl'l'l present via: L.
mpanyII" -- ---- llot. 1. 1u27 ''''1. I, 1138! ::16.00! 12.:; '

._u__.-- 1'001 Boom ________ ____ ___.___'__ tic\. 1. 1'J27 &h. 1. 11/28u60.00 25.00 \V. KlcklUer, H. D. May and A. II.Surrency. I __ -I'

'I 4t'" non..- lJQrbn, Shop ---..__________________ O.t., 1. 11127? Oct. I. 11128__ '.00 1.60 j -i :

__n__... 1t..1 Estate DrokeI' ___h ._________ Oet. I. 1927 Oct. I. 1928__10.00 6.00'' .

.- Merchant _.u_____________________ Od. 1.1027 Oet. 1. 1928._ .013 I.GO Minutes of last meeting read and'I

'" '"ml, >UI1Y ... 011 Iealuuui. --.. .-.h -____ ._______ o. 1. 1927 Oel. I. IIS): _16.00 1.60 npprovtl.!
::.- Merchant ---'__-- .-._______________ &)vL. 1. 1927 Ol'!. 1. 11128._ 3.1111 t.&O ,
.- I\I.rt'hILnt h. n_ --____ ._____________ O.t. 1. 11127 0"1. I. 111:18: __ a.1I1I 1.1i1l Mr. Surren,')' was directed to
. l\l"rt'luLnt .__._ _________
-' --- n _____ Oct I. 11/27 1..1<-1. I. 19:18: LUG 1.60 I
.. ---..- Je..taur.ot -_---________.._ _______. OQt. 1. un 0l'1. I. 19:1StO.OO: .00 notify C. S. Kelley that ho must
._ JlI..IUlnt) .. _____________ __
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-"I' nO. ----- __ Oct.. 1. IDl7: I..t. I. 11/28._ 3.00 1.60 truck Instead of the 1 1Widow's
drive boy. .
,, III-, Slnrsun u___.- I..ehant brusglit ________________ Oct. 1. U:11: lcl. i. I9U__ 4.1i0 1.36
,\ ______ .- I\I"rcl"nt _________________________ o. 1. 1927 U'I. I. 1928._ 4.110 2.5 pension claIms were '
\ "I ,,1" I u__. __ -- Feat Dealer __________________ ____ U.t. I. 11137 u..t. I. tl28! Soup 3.6.1
I Sllc.puiurant; \ .------._ "'h"" Shot -_-_____________________ Ot't. 1. 19:17: o..t. I I. 11128. 5.00 2.110 granted to Clara AIIrtKon. Emma:
I n____..- I.un..h NI..ntl __________.:___________ Oot. I. 1927 01. I. 1928-_ 1i.00 :J.Ii.J Murrliee\ 1.lnll Tomnkliis. IlcutahKelley
/ Merchant -_________________________ U<,I. 1. 11127 k-t. I. IIIZ__ 3.011 1.1\0
,?.,? "o.-2- ::::::::: Iel..hllnt ____n___.________________ Oot. 1. 1927 od. 1. 1112L_ 3.00 1.0 Sarah Cornell I tat te'Il'e. Al

l .- Uo.rulle -----_______________________ (leI. I. 1t121 tt. I, t02u_. I 0.00 1\.110 \ Llllle Kellum, A 1 a 1.1 Sil- !
',, 1II1"UK" ___________________
__ .
'' ----- 1)01. 1. 11/21 lIel. I, 11128.. In.IIO 11.110 Mrs. I
::::::::.- lIal'"I\) '' -- ----______________.._______ OL.t. 1. 11/3./ lid.) 1, 1'2' __ IO.1I0 11.110 cox FIll Gill, Martha PatlKett : -
". -----..- 1.lIrn".r 1)'al..re __________________ I..t. 1. 11127 (ld. I. 1II2816.U") lf.O; J. N. Thomas, Carrie Thornton.. (
I'bol"lI'rUIh..r" ______________ ,
------- ____ o.t. I. 11127 1I.t. 1. tt/28/ 1i.00.60: The following hilU were audited
('hflese Laundry _______________,,'__ (u,.t. 1. 111:17: 01. 1. 11I28__ 11.1111 2.60 .
i'lL "I"I\: =>==:::::_ I"t 1)ui1i _____________________ let. 1.11127 "It. t. 1938__ 6.00 2..0 and ordered paid : I
J :lehallt. ----_----------___________. let. I. 11127 4k't.I. 11128_ 4.1111 2.15:! Ulmrers & (HUSK, nrcht. fee __ I \ I" *" I b' ; : ::;::: L.uIuht.i 1)eakriu _n__.._____________ Oct. 1.11127 (0..1. I. I 1118I Ii.011 7.60 Ida lie nk.i'soi. __. '! )) ,
:::::: ::::::- JII"'h..nt ----_____________________ (I"t. 1. 1027 O.t. I. 1928 4.0 2Z5 J. "'. t..n'hlll) ) .__- .11) !
;,: : ," .' ro. : ._______- lIf..n'hllllt __________________.------ I".t. 1. 11127 11.1. 1. 11128 3.1111 I.lIlI ..1.V.. Antr..u.. .. ..11. ._ R:1.11
1IeILt1&Ine __________ _____________ 4h. (,II. 122.10
))4.t n t 1. 11127 (I.t. I. 11128__ LOU 1.0 Teachers . '
: ==::::=:::::::: :\Ie"'h..nt ______ ________
,, f. __________ lid. 1. 11127 (11. I. 1928__ 3.00 1.54) -.10:13.90: I
,Miiniili.B, ---------. :II"'ch"t _________________________ oct. I. 11127 Ill'!. I. 11128-_ 40 1.25 Tr'HI"llrl"lon.. ___ 11.25
__ _____.. It..laurallt _____________________ I. .
J. i? Miilpas n --- 0.4. I, 19:17: o.t. I. 192810.011 11.00 I It.'WlKitliiH.I IlII'3'. .._ ..0000Teachers ))) '
Mlln..." .____u_- lIfeat ))....1..1' __u__________________ 111. I. 11121 U'I. I. 111:18: __ 6,011 2.1t1l 287.60) "
,Ii., !II, Dtng Store _------- Slettluant Vruggl ________________ Oct. 1. 1927 4kt. 1. 1925. 4.0 2.25 :4: !. 1' Slatheny. electric- wiring- 44.79CcIltrtut
,J. "' --------- lII..r'hant -______-_ ____ _-_________ IIct. 1. 1921 I" t. I. 111:17: __ ::1.1111 1.0 <-i>.. lnl> 131.77% tI
\'li Hi'" .n.______. lIIer"hllnt ___________.._..___________ (let. 1. 1927 lIet. I. 11'28) 4.60 3.25 I ti-ad ..N..nt. I. report"Ul.I'll*4 60.00) t\;
Sltrt-hant _________ .___ ______ Oct. _
< 1. J 14497 .
I" --- 0..1. I. 11128. 7MI :1.75 A. I Ht-riMiles, bUiuklnmril i 117.00)
I'' ,'1 ::::::::::::::-:::,- l\I..rehant -________ ________________ o..t. 1.111270"1. 1 1. In __ 3.00 1.1111 Jones' l..)lir. I.it.. rcpulrs) 24.6.1
M..rchnnt _________________________ lct. ::
11127 .
'.1r 1. Oet I. 11128n 3.011 1.60 .1.) U. liavls & I. 53.10l. ,
,;,K :"iurn ::_::::::-::::::::::- Merchant _________________________ Oct. 1. 111270,.4. I. 11128 Lou 1.60 .l. ".. Andrew .I'.., 11"Has sup 7H.0QulKlev (
( o., (III I )OLLIeM ____ ______ _____ I..t.
I I I. 'HlK ---- -- -- I. 1927 .h'l. I. 11138 21>.1111) 12.G'1 and I Itt114. repalis; 3A7.B4
.\ ;, i I' an t'el. Corp.. :::::::- (l1J) 1)oale"11 _______________________ I.t. I. 11127 4)''I. 1. 1\128) :lii.O,1 12.110 J. l V. Colley bus repair\ .. (
<.I- wart .' .--------..- I\lel''hlint _________________________ (Itt. 1, 11127 0.1. I. 192 8_ 3.00 I.GII' J. IT. SiiiveiiKon. In. uhalrs 6.111 I:1. 4j
-I", ..d _d__'- :\11'.hul1t ___n______________ ______ 4 )tt. 1, U27 I ; ''''I. I. I 11211.! 3,00 1.60 ._ .01'1_ ._. 69.40 .., 1 14e
Allt1 InHu'unce _________________________ no
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M"n'h."t _____ ______ ____________ I0.t. I. 11'27 L"
\1 u 01. I. 192M. 6.00 sot .\. It. Siirri-ncy, ". Ser. I '
;,, ::-y -:::: :::::::- IIh'hal1t, ---____________ __._______ O"t. 1. 111270<'1. I. 11I2 3.00) .1.60 It. 1>. May Spe. 11",). .'ld.. 11,01
M"'chul\t ______________________. _. 1.20
0"1. 1927 _
.t"t I I t 1. 0..1. I. 1"2H 4.GO 2.26 I.V.. Klcklter, ")pe, bit. ser. _
; ___=::=::::::: narav.. ____________ ____ M.41
l I Wlmberly ; u _______ 1..I't. 1. 11127 4 Itt. I. 111211 1 111.1111) 6.111I) H. I 11. May) lid. ...., a
I" ---- 1..r"l1ullt ___________________ ______ (),.t. J. 11121 (11'1 l. I. 1928._ 3.00 1.60 A. II. lid., ....I'. H.OO)
; ,; .. \VIIIIII" : __ _- M..r..hal\t ___-'_____________________ (.k-t. 1. 11)27 0<'1. I. I121t!) 3.00 I.GO J. II. 111'1'.n1. ) 100.onKteel ( j
\Ia' ._______ u.I. I..r'.hant _________________________ ()Itl I. 11127 4kt I. 1112'1.$ 3.1111) 1.60) Kurnl.* (1 'o., l"at'blnM., .x
I. ,,, ---------. Mer'hant _________________________ lIl't. 1. 192101. I. 192K! 4i.0 2.25 leu. Heat. 111'NlCS', chalrw. 103.nil 2R3.I1/ M .
\\c II, it ._ .__n_- tlerchant! _-_______________________ o), 1. 11127 lI..1.) I. 111211__ ::1.00 1.0) Mf! evlton.I .C.IJIIM repair I 6.0(1I'rotu () C
I, ., ---- ---.. .>ierciianc ----___________.._______ ._ Oit I. 1/27.!/ 4,1. I; 1112/1./ 11.110 L60 fiilisnroilfonl ) t
;, ;llllld.n ----.-----.. Men-hunt, _________________________ Ol't.) 1. 11127 4 lL'!. I, t128.! 11.00 4.i'll) Hank I IiUMf." 27.60( ip 502r
i KillliifrcnK .. ..- .-----. tVarber. ___________________________ o..t. J. t1:11! : (1.1. I I. I 111211__ 1.011 .50) Kloy ))4tI lI1'un fotinty I
I' sat? .u______.. l.unch Stand ___, -______________ _. Oct. 1. 11/27 ON. I. 111:1: ._ 6.1111 2,60 IVauhei's 1.'.. t'ad.lnl,; _- : 6.11. ) )
nil"" | 11&0. ____noOn.. Merchant ________.;________________ ( It.t. I. 1\I7: (l't. I. 111211._ 3.00 l.iO Teachers, il V 'iinirTh ___________.. -Merchant -_______.________________ O<,t. I. t127! 1/1./ I. 111211)__ 4.60 2.V:\ .V. N. Thomas. anltor-* -3 -.. .-_ ) 4
: fh'I .---. -- --- --. Merchant) __i.______._______________ tjt't: 1. 11127 0)it. I.I I 1112) __ 6.00 3.0') 4 must",. 4 __ f.O.OI(
': hill Ili'SLl ---- Merchant, _________________________ Oi-ti 1.11121 (11. 1, I !9244 ._ 3.00 1.60 fuyhl.rnl'. ug. U 11.1111 I ( '
t' :IM: 'UK" Co.: ::::: ::::::==:. Merchant l-irugfclut ________________ IIct. 1. 1927 (Itt. I. 11128__ :1,00) I.GO 1''II'h* franklin. Janitor ( _-. 25,01)) J

V tun" i'afeHii .--- ------ iel'taurlll1t 4 I.4. I. 11127 Oct. I.I2M__ 6,1111) 2.i.0 T.n.:N, I l.lmhaiiKh, repairs I I : '
w -rts -- _____--.. Merchant111111111111111111111111 ()ct: 1. I 927 4 I.t. 1. I 1I2 __ 4.611 2.25 M. .1. yard,f 6 I 2,noUewlx ) :
.", v Siii' h- Hunk ________- Hankers __ ________________________ Out. I. 1927 ( ui't. 1 I. 11I2LI6.1I11 7.611 ) 1..1. .nwwlll. II I 21.fl3: _
nil, I I. ,ulholtxI ---. ------- Mori'Man t _____u__________________ ""1. 1. 11137 1I.'t. 1. 11128. ::1.011 I.GO J. *S. (inner lu'hl.. 15.00) 2: .
I, Hi '\ .---___nO filet-chant: ___n___________________ 4 14.4.. 1,11127 4 ld. I. 11128 3.011 1.60 A. Mi'H"iIPiiuhlnit 9 -_ 25.0(1( J 4
,Fuiiilturc, f"a.I __--______. Merchant _________________________ (Jut, 1., IIIt7 u.'t. I. 11128) __ 3.011) 1.0 Teai. .hers do 10 .ooTenuiiers e(; 4 1 t I
I \, .\iulerHon) _____________. Oaiatru) ___________,_______________ I )tt. I. 11127 I.t. 1. 11128.10.00 11.110 do 8500Touchers k fA4I1M t I. '- -' i
<. \\'"-Iulnf _________. Merchant _________________________ Oct. 1. 11127!) (4,4. I. 1 11211.! ::1.110 I.GO .. do I 1 75.OO) 't% hi '
|:f II; H l I.,. i,1I. hl --__________;; Merchant' ____r----______. _________ 4 Oct.) 1. 11121 4 lid.) I I. 111211 4.60 3.25 'r. 1 II. I'lnhulster do 1.1: 40(10H. ) ) r49. .,. :t
.. ___ Mel-chant _______________ ____ ___ I) ,
l I. 1 h. ,1 ------ n t.t. 1 I. t127! 4 1Il'1. I. 11/28._ 3.011) 1.60 I II. Ilrown ti-aiiHp. 1 13 1 KO.dfl h
t 11 Mori-hunt: ______________________,_ Out. I I. 11127 O..t. I I. 11128. a.oo l.iO TeacliriH\ 15 40.ooTeacliivs ( J
l It Jdl",: ::_:: :::::::: Wholesale )1".I'<:hl1l1t ___...__ _. _____ 4 Ict. I. 111:1: 4 I.t. 1. 14428 __ 7.110 3.75 .t..blnl( __- :.15.011 .',

\.IIUi-! .-. _________ Merchant _________.______._ __. ______ I)tt. I I. IIIa7 (1"1. I. )92'4! __ 3.110 1.611 Teachers dn I 18 f.MiK. ( ." 1'
'ij. Hi-iiiiimway' .- Mi-lit) Healer ______________________ Out. 1 I 11121 (1<'1. I. In8__ G.IIII &.6I) M. 1 llaaen w<.od 1M.- :I). '
nflt (in";: ery Co. ::::::::::::::: Merchant _____________________.___ (ld.1) 11127 ()I.t. I. 1U2M._ 3.00 1.0* J. V. Jones repairs) 2 ( I 1) '" '

Ddl ----- --______ Merchant _________________________ Out. I 1 J127! I 110'1. I. 111311$__ ::1.110 1.60) t Jutrley I-.br. (.o.) u-i 1".1. :3 :16.41\ ." ..'
Mill} gre;,. Merchant ------4.--------------, Oct. I 11/27 01'1. I. 11/28__ 3.110 I.GO LJtiKllve l.hr. (*u. repairs, 15 7.75 I W .. '. I J : ;
J II i 'arrndlne I Physician) _____.___,.'_!______.:_.____ Oct. I. 11127 1,1., 1. 1 11214_. 10.00 6.00 LJulwley l.Ur. ('". repulrs) 8 .. I2.illlulle () 4=. f2.t < : ::
H Hill. ARt. .- I nsu'ance -------t't.. I 11127 n, (. I. I 11128.) 3.011 .. Co. repairs' I 2.20 IH I
II, ''LI I) AKt _- I IIII"r'U'eo ______..... _-____..n___.. o..t. 1 1921 0.1. I I. 11128__ 3.110 1.1..), repairs, 15 28.00'
H. Atft. Insurance _____'__________u_____11Oiti I I 11137.0l'!. I. 1I1*)25... 3.00 4ulJl.y l Litu'. C.I.'o. repairs) :a :30.00)
1i.\lh:\: ,- Co. Vendor of Medicine, ',____ .________ Oit. I. 1I:1: Oct. 1. 11128_ 12.60 L.ullll.y II. l''ulch, .. ._. 11.00) The of Health Is Santa's
(icr & Crews Merchants _______________._________ Oc. I. 1121) o.t. 1 1927__ a.oo 160 li.I U. Waxdtn.) repairs wood 3:I I *) Ship Flagship il
led "> & 1 tIc Store )h"'lallt _______.___________n____ I. Ikt. t __ 3.no ( Chem. Co. pin n 12.01) _
'ui ivrry -- __. .. _- I H"Htll"t ______________._________ Out I. Ot't. I I. 1121) / 10. Kcnolrt I..nol. Chem, ('0. I uprav) f II: 21.GII) ) _..---- ._- .__
ndnnl, oil t Co. .- -. Mur'halt* _________n______________ Oil, 1. I 1127 (teL. I. 11211.: :11./1' I ll. C. Jones s. pipe I pine III't.) 60.11.
,r Hi.idv Cuff .. ._ !I text a I., nt u____ .________________ Oit. 1. l 11: flit. I, 11128h :11. ) 160. I IaIerrIflt..g li.I : C.: Junes H. pinu; ell -- J l.linII. !)4) 'sOt' ,K.NOW "OI'1TWl Relief From CurseOf Mt\ rut: IIIMI: ':> I' n
____.__ ._ __ ___
M, !Blunuhiirill ._ n __ tilt. I. II 1..t. 1, : I I. C. .J brimins 3 ._ 1 4O
\l u. Klunuhurd 141e'r'hant .________________________ ()(.t. 1. 1121 o.t. I I. 1128_. :1.111 160. J. \\". Murican iut.s. 2 2.40 HI ., .
uiayon \ InPI. iila.SI2AI.KH ?
L. Pr.'v,," --_.- -- l..nt I hol.r _-____ ____________'_ Ut-t. J. (1,4. 1 1128 3.01 2.611* .1 I.V. 3 1.60.)) Hardly a day PIIHHOH but what ConstpatolA n i I' i
II. JliXulty __ Au..tol..r ________________________ I Itt. 1. *' I. 128_. 6.(11. ) 11.00 .1. \3r. Mm Mortrnn"' crayon I II 1.20) l IloOH.wil. bv ncclveil l'-
; Alderman Me"'i.nl __ _._________._____ __ o..t) 1. 1'27 1..t.o..t. 1. 192__ ) *) M01'Kim. uiiiyun *12 2.40* evlileiiuo, piles up to prove the nsBertlott hy 1. I ..IIV ,CominlHNliint'rs -
_______ ____ ._____ .____ 3.11 1.GI .1V.. KIUI.* "rll..r" lialllo Crock ) for I 1.1 I 1 i r..c ( U 4%I) .
I. I''arerII. 1.,1 Bool n 0"1. 1. 11127 Ot. I. $_ )* :;. MurKun t 16 ISO of the Klorlihi lhysldll 8aYI. Kim Idu t their ) .
Cluuii- at ( t Hlarkv.Kloriilu
19 .60.10 crayon I 4 4l
' .. ___ __ __ ____ Stall
'J P. 1 ._ __ .- n- __ .__ 01-1. I. 11127 u.'t. I. .60 Olive henlth wnrk 3 4 1(0I ( l until*i .
... __ ____.__________ Io'r Hay "Constipation Is responsible for i II uVbiuk Mol.I. v. Hvcembi'i' 3
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J.I'.lIr. -__ uu t------ Oct. J. 11127.0. 1. 1/28__ 1.4)4)) I ll. II. I'oIH"". fit. & dtay. I U. I1.M1Joru'M I her of Commerce that the average 3. I and, t fin.
Merchant _________________________ h.1 ''
L Jfilinn) Jr.
l..t. 1. O..t. I. )__ 1.60 l.br. (! ;.1 lift.Ill( than other I Ion ,
J21 11211 3.01 repairs) more misery any coiiHt met of an 1.lithe
v. ,Chi'xinut -___ Ulcyde) I Hell.lr) SIio. _______-_______ ld. I, Ot. I. 1 __ 2.GI i.25: (inl. IuI rg. Co.o., T. 1 pupei-3 ... 36.10II. \ Floridian J! refreshing in Ills IK- hI TireMi'iit county jail 1.,11101* ,
Iiram Thomas -____ l.ul(' NLII ______. _______________ 1. 11127* Od. I I. ) U. 18 . I 1.65( "e." Klorlila. Tin-.
IWall, Agt.C. -; N. Y. li.w. .,, .___________n__ 4'l.. 1. 127 o.t. I. 1128._ G.I( 2.GI. .1. F'. Il'own... pump, books 3 I.doItoy ) norance of 1"lorlll The proof) 11 I 1.,'hlill II Jt'l'k.. the fiirnlMliliifi -
Wall, Altl.011. ______________ Ini.tii'flhice ._____'___------------ u1.t. 1. 1<1. 1 1. 3.00) Kdwarils, repairs .H 22. 15 the Hut Immediate relief has h11) I nf Ilvnl(1, I and 1127 ion 4'
. (f \\ Ant. _____________ InsurHuL'14 _________Z._____________ (h1. 1, 4.1.1. 1. 11211 11128__ ::1.110)) A. 1.. Sullivan wood 1 H.UO) Hayn Chtimber rropn up In found. A tablet culled( Itexull Orderlh."III'IU.tK ( ( I I niul neuesnarvtu I he work
iC Wall __ __________ 1nut'aite ______ _____ .. meetings of civic 'nl.lll.t uoniplelu
' Ant. n --------- U.) 1. 1 11127) IJcl. 1 I. __ 3.00 VV. C. (demons s. I 15 .. I I.OO culn| anil other (' to the plans and) >i'ltlrn-
the Hn
11211 from
, C. Wall ABt. J'"U"1' nce ._____________-_______ (h.t. 1. 112 o..t. I. 1 : *) If. I 1). May, wnnill:I'll'. _. I 7.144)I. ) ) I In the columns of 8YItlm *.rtllll'' ',' l"v John) M. I'lar.on, 4
'. _______ __ _.. ________ a.11 (rganlzatonM .
( Wall, A gt. ,n--- ( __ tJC.1. I. : Oct. 1. __ : ) I U I I. repairs I 10 :3.in i Into the lazy dry I Aruhllei) t. ( Inlni-svlllH, i Klorlila.
.'. _:_ ___ ______ _______ 1211 :1.11 1'lh'h. and in eVI'ullll
( : _
Wall Ant. II..ul'lne. O.t. I. 1127 O.t I. 1 : I 11 I () ) newspapers! ('onveral- ( I Hi-t uf ,
repairs bowel I the ami
culled colon. plans
C A _______________________ HII.yVa.II. 3.fl WI tullll'I. Hpeci-
Wall. t. ," ( O.t. I I. .1.001iisui'ant't ( I 12 ( ) tlorm on the Btreetn. ( Ii I lie
.i'. _______________ __ Ul. 112M repairs" 3.10 ter loosens the food waste andcauses I : npplluiitlon ) ) : -
Wall Altl. 01. I I. 1112 I, ::1.00) I.V.. Klfkllter, ox)). to .lax.8 dry :: to I HIM) (.I.:'I.th.j'I..I: : :: ,. fur
__ ___._ _______ A gtiitlpimui Wilt might liu termed
C" Wall Aitt. lni.uran.e ____ __ I. : Oct. I. 1928 3.00 I 10. I'. Junes, wood 1.1 700) I ) u gentle thorough m"ve- plant irmM l-v nuconiiHinleil' l di.
W.LII.lfl.. tnttul'lLnca ____________,'a--------- Ud. 1. 1127 o.t. I. 11L. 3.00) Ii. ,V. Andrews, wood 13 12.40There (* Florida ,pioneer passed to 1 hs )poNlt rt U () OHM linir of )\y )I will I II.e
t M.ivls" & Co., ABt. I In"u'an,'" _______________-_____ O.t. I ltt. I I. I ) 3.00 ment without forming a habit& or 11. fif )
I It I'm' 'IK & Co., Ast.t. In'II'II'C' ______..____, ___________ I )i't. 1. 411. I I. 112: 3.04) being no further liii8liieHn reward In a South Florida city a ever Increasing' (he dose. 1..1 r..rlnI.1 on ri-tnrn vlili-d I plaiiH lnl. .
I Davis, & Co., AU. 11..lran, ____________-_-____-__ let. 1. 1127 1127 o..t. I. 112 3.00 tie board adjourned to the flm few days ago at the age of eightylllnp. I r.\III" |jfi time I> ( hi-Ilii-y contract are ,4.I. N
u t 1 limls Ai ('o.. Airt. IIIH"rale. ___________________.___ 4 ).t. I. I. 128* 3.00 In 1928. Slop mirroring from (0IMI11n-1 ):1'1..1 within( .5 diiys aflt-r that InnIf
{. Davis. & Co.. Agt.L I nHU"II'e. _______________________ I)et. 1 I. 127 I 1127 Oc.. J128! 3.04 Monday Jecemher. He had boon 'IL resident nf > Chew Hexall I I r.t.r plitiiM' urn i nut returned I I I ( '
( DailH __ ___ ______ I Florida tl l. 1 Ol'dprle wlbll I.1"1' .
Ac Co., Allt. lnHu"lm'" -- -- Oc. I. ) Oct. 11128 3.00: forty-four years, and wasWidely nit-lit limed. '. ',
t Uarl *i Co., Agt ". _______________________ I. 11/27 0.1. 1 a 192M. 3.00 FIA4'I.tI. 8'1''I.'I.'r I night. Next day bright.< let 24 ulll It I I I I the IlII.
L 1. l Davis & Qo., Agt. .Iusuraneo _______________________ 1. Ic.t. I I. 11127 l.t. 1. 1923 &.URt /.k..1 luiitlSfontlily known because of hU activity -I for 25c today at : r'wr.lt bid' miiHt di'powlt.lOauh bu iiuuoiiipanleil, liv'
rk* Telephone Co. '. lIu3IneM. _______________ O.t.4 I I. 11127 o"t. I.I I lItI 5.00 3.01'.I..pl" ) ( In the construction of rail Jlthel'l 11'11 I A certified I ) ihik. for :S t uent, nt I
|Williams" _______________ 1001 _____. _______________ Od. I 1127 Oct. I I. 1921t25.Do 12.1i0 financial statement of rnad In the state the Store. I the( iiinotint) of I the l hl.1 per Miibmltlnil.)
during 80s
M., Inman ___ He,1 1'Ht..te Broker _______________ Oct. J Ict. I. tI28.10.00! 6.00 Bradford ennnty for the month ottclo".r I .. ...._. ., ..... .t
A, .Slioiit lU-alty Agency _.. He.1 5stute lrokel'' _________n__ o.t. 1. 1021 (. I. 11423o,00 1i.00 192S.Ijeiiersl. and( 90s. And of course hlu death ----- ----- County.; CoiiirnlKNlonerx.;; ; i.ItriulfonlCounty ;:,. i

''I'h. (irltliit. _______ Mel''hnnt _____________ __ -___u__ I 1t. 1 I. I oct. I, ffrltiml FundsOverdraft WHS the occasion for review of "" rj Tin;* ,
Hnllinxswoi _.- I H".I fHtlte Broker .______-_______ 00. I I. 1112 uct. 1. 1128 I ._ 8.01, ) 160. beK. month fl-5.4Itecelpts a :l'I'1'1.1] I I'kl.' will. be u'-.
II. Brown ___.___-___..__ 1"'II\t __________________-__u___ < 1 I. 11127 0)*'t. I 1. I 92)4) 3.011 1.611 during month __ 10.0502Warrants ) Home of the work he had done. .ni..rll rh I i1 It I bund, irovlilid l required by Hiin-ly I to
(ilfunl County Bank n_____________ .__ .__ _____ ') I. Ul27) 01. 1 1. 111:1816.1: ) 7.0 durIng month 721.72: Among other things it wan told Tn Court of I Htilliorltted| to do a hUHlripiiIn I '
"'- Furniture Co. __ l.r'ha"t ____.______n. __ ____ ,,t. 1. 1127. 4ht. I. lOIS ::1.11(1( 1.60 111. end, of month .1 fonl Con nl5f. Kl'irMa.Pounty J"II' I"IJ- I''II'.IIV the of Florida for the full
.\, Mitrcotte _________________________ Oc. J. 1127 Oct. I, 3.011* Ituirli't s,,. IRt. in Heverul newspapers how he had In Its: KHtnto of I.arife amount Ilnl. contract.All I .
llasvn Co. MrivhHr.t ________h_.._ ._-___.___ I. 1121 o.t. 1. 1128. ) 160 beginnIng of IIInth. 83.7: been nuBorlated with the conatruc- ftevenMon.NOTIChl 1"ry lildM, inliMt h. lin) ilellvun-d to ttuClerk
S. Clark __________________ I.un'h 54L&l4d _______n_______ _____ O.t. I. (let. I. 1128.. 3.01 160. 1'.II.I.) durIng month 3 . P. M. Cieliier __________ __ "r.-h..nt*. _______n.___. __. ..__ Oc. I, 11127 Oct. I. 11124L.. 1.00. ilurlnK month /. lon of the Sliver Springs Ocala whom It herehy Hint on I ni I "Inllrc I r.r.i County atth
,ISlaiku. Funeral Directory_ ; .'" _______n__n- .__u__ 1. 11121 kt. t 11I2 _1.00 11i01nI..rlake. Hal. end of Illslrli-t month Vn.. __ 78.08 and Ciiilf nol road "the unIt ral- 171h day lr ray l."h..1..rn., A. !Il, I92K.h.I Court l ] loutf I In. Htarke. Klnrldti.
itnii Hlilrkmon. ________. __ n..laul'ant nuh. ----- O"t. 1. 127) Ort. 192_, 2.60 Hal. road will nputy ti> 1 I Honorable( prior t<> the time I xi-t forth ami
from what
Th'iuias __________ erdu\nt ______________ -----. Od. I, 121 Oct. 1. 11128__ 3.00 1.60 licKlnnliiK of monthItecelpts 646.11 Oall to wan then A. (lardlner. Judge of I the U..ra. plainly. marked Ih"ve
. Kxa: Strickland __________ M"'hlnt n______..______ _-____ 0,.(. I. 1/27 Oct. 1. 192)__ 3.00 during month 29.61 known as Dlsston City now Gulf- court. At his olllua In Hlarko Ihova, Kill 0V Till) ) [111'01ANI'
'. Hoover ________ ________ Heal l'gtate: Broker ____.____n____ Ovi. 1. 0't. I. IGO. Warrants during month . 790 nlm..1 ) JAM ') 'l'II'l'OIN'I'Y
u 1121 DIsHton county nx Jnclarn l
I. Putch _______________..__ H.al JJHtale Drok..r ______ ____ Od. 1. Od. I. 1928.10.01. lal. end of month I __ --- __ 406.56Il4rrt port City was a com I Irlllrnr,1 for an 1'Irhll..,'ailinlt Inprohate S ) 11111INI.. l.
N. Jolinuton -..________ PhCtoMr..ph"r __________._u__...__ \pr. 7. 1128 Oct. I. 11123 2,6"") 6.01 IV.. I munity oil the Plnellas peninsula '( I the' last will.rdur anil teHtnm0nt Tim II.rl. ,. CommlHsloners 5
'5. Saxon; __________ ( ____ _____ '\Ir. I 1.) ) Oet. I 6.110 12 I Hal. 1."lnllll of month 942.8 I 1'1',1 .Ullly .
nn 1.1111. on the outskirts of St. PeternbiirK. of I.arwe" iloceiiH for I ft.r.1 I Florida. reserves
'. Hiiyett _______________ Merchant _________ _-_____: Apr. U 1928' O __ I.GO ..75unch ... ") month D2I.A': I..llry lIe suinn Mllven..on.time place th .right I'oully.lo accept or reject
ify'n l.nnch ______________ !. $tand ___________ ___ n____ Apr. I. 1928 O<. 1,1938._ 2.60 Warrants durlnsT) month ___ 800.3': The Silver Springs Ocala and In,1 apply t', the 1",1 of ton mililCourt unv nnd nil.I I bids. received.THM '.
nk Ktifua _______________ M"'hant _____ __u__--_____-_______ Apr. 16 11128 Ot.t. I. 1928__ ") 1.21. Overdl'af end of. month.. -1386.3} Gulf Railroad was and Is. a line fur order. JUrl1 me a. ItllAKH OK l COI'NTV COM-
e frelder ____=____________ )Ih.lllurant .-________-__________ __ 5pr. U 11128) 1. 11128. 16". 1.21.1'audtvII1e IJ..UI. %' 4 Kxecutor 11 the ."apl"lltnl testament MIHHIONKll KOIt
llaniH" __________ __ __ Bui. beginning of month 124.00It.c.lpti from Ocala to llomosassa Dun- .n.1 IltAJ"'UIU'tULTNTY.
stack Co. __________ Show AI.r.2 1928 192815.04l 7.0 VIi the al.1 tller- KI.OIIIHA.) I
of Henry. iMfft
*. Crews ___________ (.awyer _________________n-_______ Oc. 1911 tIet. 2. .92 __10.00 durlinc month e.oo( nellon and la now a part of the ennon deceannil. '', I.4 4LJ' 1)4) IT. HILL.)
Brant ley ________________ .%lori'hant _______ ___n____________ 20 128 Oct. I. 1.00. Warrants diirlnnr) ) month 3.6: This the Hth day of A. Attest. 'II'h''I ll.V. AI.IilOlt.MAr: ,
l I. Mack __________________ Merchant _________________ -______ 2lay I 1. (1.'t. 1. 12160__ ..751unch Uul. end of month __.... _. 18.48Onl. Atlantic Coast joe, says the Cham. 1) *I92H. N.v.m..r. Clerk.Architect .
Mam. .! V'nrneH ____________ Stand n________.___ _____ May 3. 11 0"1. 1 I. 198' 2.60 lll.lrlrt M u Turner & Co. ____________ Operator __________n__ Oct. 1. Oct. 1. 128.. _20.00 1.2 beirlnnlnK nf month2444 7S A. IMIKWH. JOII) .
'. Turner & Co. _________ "urp..ntne_________________________ kt. I. 111 ( I. 11/28. 3.110 1.1i0 He..II't durlnic month 7.6< City. The first railroad ll-H-St-12-ll fly Ills H. 1..11'.1 1"l Klorldn.
>h l.url __ ________________ .. ) month 234.44 to the Plnellas arrived Attorney.iSOTICM lh.avll.
________ p.ddler of 5td.e. May 7. lU 0"1. W. W. Vet. durl.1 peninsula ll-2-Bt-ll I I I31..
J, Tool __________ M..rvhaflt _________--____________ May 16 o..t. I : __ 1.60 .1. Uul. end .r _.2201,87fIatrlrI from Sanford of
Sap __ ___________ ., 12 IM... Tnal. by way Trilby, .______ _
|' ______ ________ M..rchant ____ ------ %prl IJ I O.t. 1. 192)4.) 1.60 .73 I.
IHI".r ___________"_________ Auctioneer ____-____________ _______ Apr. Ij 1928 (let. 1 ) __ 5.00 2.60 beiflnnlnfr of month .-. H3.0 The error In placing the Silver : TO (' "' ...".... "...
B. Jones ______________ M..reh.nt ___ ____________________ May 2 11128 o.t. I 128_ 1.60 Mecelpts durIng month ._ -- 71.30Wlrr..nlll Springs, Ocala & Gulf Railroad In I'IU'I'(11 COFFINS &
,. .. ______ _________________ 11 monlh. n -
< nn tt ________________ IIY 2t 11128 Oet I. 1.0 : .. I. Hmlth. __________________ M..rehInt. ____________-____________ t..t, 1. 1\127\ Oct. I. 128.__ 3.00) 1.60 Hnl.. -- .nd -. _h.n 111.43 Hmith Instead of Central Florida Hen led bids will be receive. bv the
[If, Hmith ________________ "urp..ntne Operator --------- -___ 1. 12* *lct. I. 1923.20.00 1000: IM.trlet N. I 1.88 in itself la trivial the Chamber 1"01'(1 of llonrt Trustees nt llraiirord and a Full LIn ofUndertakers'
U Wall _______ _________ k. --------- ::____ U 1. o.t. I. 192810.00 1i.00: lal h..lnnlnl of month -. .- Florkln at the ofllce of the
u < __
"I. 1..n :_____ month adds but nuch mistakes are encountered of the floanl at Htarke.
smith __________________ Uarolfl -------------------- O.'t. 1. 192) O't. 1. 1928.-10.00 ( secretary Supplies
10.61Overdraft .
r. Hmlth _________________ Merchant ---------------- _______ O.t. 1. O '. Whllflns'I.IIIlna ________________ Merchant ----------------::_______ O<. 1. 12 Oct. 1. 128.198_ 3.00 1.1i0 'I end fu month... 3.94 4. 192$. and at Iln. publicly opened '
. \\ lil.rrlrt I day, year In and year out. for 18.78 Hires anil arub- AUTOMOBILE IIEARSBAlw.r
___________._ Operator ----- Oct 1 o..t 1. 20.00 1000 elllrlnl
,* i K. Mlildleton ___ __u___ "urp..ntne_.____________n_:::::::: oct: 2.; 121 Oct: I.: I1)2. .10:00: : Hal. belnnlnf of month. 2582llecelpts A nationally known weekly Is SIng HI load I\) ,, between
-'. SIIWPII __________-______ _______u_________ _______ .1 un. I O..t. I .60 1:0f durIng month ._ 16.OC Ilnatl No. I Ilnail N.,. 4. e. ks_. Ts. _. senlesI
J. I. Johns _________ _____ Ilk. ---------------:::______ Jun. 1 192 U'I. i 12 1.50 .75 Warrants durl.1 month_ 214.311LICI. publ"hlnl In ita current Issues a A II work he done In arrordnncnwith I'. leoeil prie<_. Hi>e UI ..
E. 1.. BIClIs ______________ I'hy..lelan ----------------_________ o.t. 1. .. I, 198.. 10.0) 500HanktrN end n 12 series of fiction stories by Robert the specification of Hrailford tentlos !. t.1.... evil_
< of Starke ______________ ---------------.--- -"_______ Oct. 1, 1927 (let. I. 12. .IG.OO 7.60 Hal. I I. 10. 692.99Receipts ]I \V. Chamber with of the County Hpet incatlons may lie neon HEGIHTBBKO KMBALMEBDEWITT
. )dward.: ____________ Turpentine (Jprtttor ___n_ Oe 1, 1927 kt. I. 20.00 boo beginning : .. : I many at I he nllli-fl ut the county eniclne-r.
.lt 1 Turpentine Co. ________ Turpuntlile Oprll.tor ------:::::::: : 1, 121 (It. I. 128_ 1750Z4lrehaut during durlnic) o, tin 39 22.40WarrMntu ,03Hal. I, ICenet placed upon Amelia Inland The right js reserved If, reject any ; C. JONES
'11 Turpentine ________ __ ( ?. I. ( I .3.00 and. all Midi.
Co. --------------- ) It. I. 1928. _. In Florida. On number of occasions I
e.. ::::::::::::__ 1.6f end of month 57U.37 I
n Turpentine Co. ______ ----..-.. u-- (/ 1, 1921 ( 1. 1921. 3.05 Ill-lrl-t Nn. F. I STARKE FLA.
I.rchanlt II ,
"Turpentine Co. ______ ne ()pIratoC ---------_____ ( I. 127 Oct. I 128. 211.00 loot) Hal. beginning- month 8002ItHielptM since the Initial appearanceof ChaIrman
'. \Wek. Co. ___________ Mel'"hant --.----------------_--__ Oel. I. Oet 3.00 1.50Vurpefltlfle durlnic month 32.6(1( the lerl..1 the State Chamber C. A. P-ttTCK. '
. Works Co. ______________ ____ o. t 1. Oct 1 n Secretary 1l.g-4t-ll-30 ,
Operator on 20.00 1000Merthflt
12 .
I" :::::::::::: : : : : 128. Warrant during month u 45.21114a1. has been asked "Where under the tmlm
"Nun ____________ ---------------- O..t I 137 ( Pet 1. 118._ 3.00 150ha.rL.er end month _____ ..
Brown ______________&__ -------------------------- O.t. I. Oct. I, lot) .1i0 o < No. U on 1.2 sun is Amelia Island ?" It has developed
Klnlaw ________________ Merchant ------_ ----- -- --:::_ (Jet. I, 11/21 f.t. I. 1923* a.Of 1.60 Hal. ". .1..1. monthU..!!! that thousands of FiorIdlans .
'rurpnt4ne OperatOr ---------- Oct. I I. 1927 I. boo :
Shrlver I wCo-:::::::::=::: Merchant -------------------------__ Oct. 1927 Ot.< I. 128 1220.00_ ( 2.25Lawyrr Warrants Kecenpts durlnic durIng month month__.__. ... 95.83 la.21I do not know that the city We can chorge .

frunta __________________ __ 01. ID27 ()c. 1. vIS yourSTOBAGE
' Johns l.awy.r -----------------------::::::__ (). J Oct. I. 192Ll0.0f__ 6.00 6.00Merchant I Hal. end of month ... .. 456.67Ilinlelit of Fernandla occupies a lie on .' ,
-------------- 1112
10flt14 __ ( I. O..t. I, I9S__ I Wo.,13 the northern end of an Island nearly -
----- 4:1i0
------- 9.f1 : Overdraft bog. month ___ .. 1211.44
JOflPM :::__
& Embalmer ------ Oct. 1. (wt. 1. 12.60 BATTERY InSmith's U
12 __ miles In
-- 1n..2.Of Itecelpts durlnic) month twenty length and that
Jones_ ::::: ::: Oct. I. On.
____ 1.
---- 117 11thI
Warrants 132 HI
1a810.00 month
f'-rd Co. Abtract"Co.I____ lotUnl oC "Ti;; ------:::::::__ (h't. I. 191 o..t. I 1. 1i.01 durlnl the island Is Amelia, a bit of
. Overdraft month
'.r, Inc. __ __ 1111* Poatn. __ ____n___________ O... I. O't. I. 19 In. 6.00 6.0f. IH.trlrt Wo. 1.1Hal. u 28.01 ground whose story makes those of
Wnlnwrlcht IIII III 4Ivt. I. 1921 (),'t. __
--------------- I. 3.0) 1.50Merchant .
-- -- :::::::::::: 123 neirlnnlnfc of month 38 11 Manhattan
Jamestown Plymouth Hock.
tim -
Oct. I. Oct. .
Beach _____ I. 3.00
Casino --- 1.50
-------------- l21 Kec.lpts ) month _._ 17.70
'. '"W"om ____________ 1eitauraflt .n___________ ________ Apr. l 10 121 Oct. 1. 1928. 11.00 2.5" Warrants month 49.14 Island and other early set 'ke 't
'I Hardware A Fur. Co._ Merchant ------ :________ \pr. I. O.t. I. 192 1.25 I.U durlnM
---------- 131 Overdraft month .___ 69.67
tlements this -
'"n Service Station ______ :lrehant -------------- ::::::: ot. ;f. 12(let. I. 192. 8 Of 1.60 lll.lrlrt No. l. In country Insignificant Garage }iF': I
: H-rvIc Station _______ Oaraae ----------------- Oct. 121 Oct. I. 12.10,00 s.oo !Ral. beglnnlnic) of .. 465.18 and uninteresting narratives
> -Theatre _______________ oton Picture ----------- ________ Oct. 1. 121 Oct. I. 6.00 Receipts during mont.n'. .. 14.10 by ,
"rryman ____________ .___ ________ Oct. 1. ()( t. 1. 1940.fl0 5.oolunch (comparison. __ ,
1131 Warrants during month _
Stand ::::=::::::::-:________ Jul. 27 ::U th.t. I' m2= 2.5') 1.25 Hal. end of month __ .____ _- I 101 ,_ = 4 4a ?
.rlf: : ___ ________ Turp.ntIne Operator ---- (*1. 1. (let. ) 10.00: IT 41.2 :- -: -- -:- -:- I:
: :: ::: -
; : :
______ Merchant :-: Oct 1.; 12 jet: I.: 1210: 1.10 Overdraft UI..rl... month N. _. 00.32 Joe Hugh Ileese, writing for the .

.I.v..ran.. ________________ Lunch -d----------------_-__-__ Jul. I. 192 Uet. 1. 1.25IcaLInI Itecelpts, during month __- 23.70 Canal Point News. saya the rebuilding /I
1..land ________________ ) ( RInk ------------- ______ Jul. 1. Oct. 1. 123__ 1.01 1.60 Warrants month 'n 32.08
, I.. llaynoij __________ U"nll.t) -------------------::______ (lt. I, 12 Oct. 1. __ 5.00 Overdraft durlnM month _-__n 98.70 of the Southern Sugar J.
o.f"B.Vht _____________ Lawyer ------------------------:__ Oct. I. 121 Ocl. I. 1925..1O.oO 1.00 llstrlNo.. 14 Company's Canal Point mill to Increase R. DAVIS & CO. 1111
__ ::: ______ ___ __u __ Oct. 1. J2 Oct. 1. __ Hal. tieiclnnlna- .
Mechant 12' a.ol month 78.70
; II Carroll-::::=:::::__ 1.entat -----------------:::::_-_ (let. 1. Oct. I. UnIO.OI 1.61. Receipts during month- 116.71 the capacity from 400 to

; R. Parkj _____________ fhy.lelanDTi) ----- --:::::::__ (kt. 1. loll Oct. 1. __ I 00 Warrant. during month 100.01 600 tons Is progressing so favorably m
r Pharmacy) ____________ ruaa- ------- --- Ot. 1. un o..t. 1. 111n .60 2.2 Hsl. end of month -. belief that
Ohn. __ ------- 1. 1921 (3d. 1. ._ 3.00 0.41 as to encourage
1 --- _________ Merchant ---- ------- Ot. U21. 1.51 UK A r>FORD COUNTY, INSURANCEAGENCY
. IuIfr. : :: M.rchant --------------------- I 191 Oct. 1. 191n 1.60 TAT13 OF FIX1R1DA. grinding of' cane be started
.Ie __::::::::::::::::: :: Merchant -------------------=Oct. 1. 111 Oct. 1. 192 8,00 1.60 November 1. 192*. about the first of wi A force
Hmlh &ro. __:::_:_::::: Merchant ---------------- Oct. 1. Oct. 1. __ 2.0') 1.50 I hereby certify that the foreroInr year.
Nunth & co. _________ Turpeflhlnl Operator __d______::_ Ot. 1. 12 Oct. 1. 1921.2O.O0 10.00 statement or the receipts and of over one hundred men Is at

Wflr ___________________ Ierchant ------------:::::____ It. 1. Oct. 1. 128__ 3.00 1.60 disbursements of the fund. of work at the mill, the scenes ESTABLISHED 1886
nr.an ________________ Merchant ------.-------- I. 12('ct. 1. 191__ 450 2.U ford county for the month'of Ora.. anr
Moo, -_ ---. 1. Oct. 1. _a 01) 1927. !. of activity there such as to
________ M..rehnt ------. 12 160 and correct, to the beet
dward. _______ -----------------. --------- --. J. oct. 1. U2110.00 of soy knowledc and belief. who pessimistic
Oaraae cause any may
Barber Oct. 1. Oct. __ b
Shop Shop ------------ 1127 1. 128 4 Oi 3.00 STARKE FLA.
::::::::: H. B. WIOOIN8
J:rescott _____ : Merchant --------- ----- Ot 1. UI Oct. 1. 1.60 to renew their faith the district
'lemon _______________ --:::________ I4? 150 Conntr Sunrlnieml-nt' I .
).rchant ----- --- U1 Ot 1.1. of .'u.llo In.t/v.li4Hi. and Its future. __ __ ___ _
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'GnT r.irinroitn "Oi: TI'II-GR\PII, STARKR. Frortm. __ riui \ \ I '....n \
fltOI'-I ;: - ---- V .-:- .. _. V 11Q; Si
Congressman Green'n .-- district stayed in the Democratic It is plain they curtailing the 1 1local I -- .. -- ::- ,.
bill evil and also evident that ;.
County column, only :Madison and Marion counties falling by the they look with disfavor on avyI I -j 4j

1877 wayside.-J. C. Robinson, in Starke! Telegraph. WhatayemeanJ. measure that would Increase! taxes. ["

J C.,-Madison county is one ofJthe banner Democrat::! counties ; Members of the coming legislature ANDREWS
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{ Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class : in the state. Green: received$$totes> to 54 for Chaires, ran and save criticism themselves If they much will trouble make I STORE

( !Matter at the Post Office at Starke, FloridaE. and that beats Bradford the home county of Green all to flin mental note of these two facts.- 1,

S. Matthews __.____n__________V _Owner and Publisher ders. If you want to live in a real, honest-to-goodness Demo- Ocala I Sial'0-- General
cratic: county come \Iadisoncounty, We can crow about MerchandisiSTARKE
J. C. Robinson ___ __ __ .. _______ u__ ___ Managing EditorSUKSCRIPTION JU-KSOXVIM.K: MAN !
.. Madison but derned if that is nt about the limit of our noise ri'ltrilSKS: I'KOIM'.IITYChas ;

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making. Greenville l' and Madison : \
l'ogt'ess. yApologies you FLORIn
I A. Hamilton of Jackson-
county. Madison is not onty"a good Democratic county
Yearly $1.50 Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance I tile has purchased of F. F. Flume, PHONE 151 FOR
; but is almost as good a place to live in as Bradford. situated BETTER
of land lRO'ERIES
Advertising Rates on Application.Road I of Starke, 30 acres
u-- about two miles southeast of =
= JI
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-- 1-
.. of the Clay
Tlieressa, Just west
hat Is to be desired, as there Is a
Where art thou ? I I The land fronts on
281! wdrld of trade opportunity for this county line. ,
0- From Other Pens the beautiful Crystal lake and Is I
; country in South America If we
I I oak land. Mr. Hamilton Js
Seaboard is putting on its winter trains.. but go after it. South Americans] the scoutmaster of Trop 19, Boy; .

o look at us askance, however, for Scouts of America, of Jacksonville! ,
Some citizens of Starke the at least two reasons, more or less I
million want and a camp for the boys will be established -
:Marion county is preparing to spend another on cay! council to pass an ordinance JU tltled, One Is our Republican' near the beach. Little \
roads. against! dogs burking in that city. tariff policy, which Mr Hoover so by little the beauty: spots of Brad-
o We suppose! they at present permitthe zealously upheld In the campaign; ford are being appreciated and
trees to bark.-Montlcello the other Is the Republican policyof I utilized.
News item stated a pain was being held in Miami )liquor News meddling; In their Internal affairs .

catch. ----o.- which! Mr. Hoover has not, Tallahassee-U.92 miles of hard I .

-0 The guy new door is wondering roudemned.-Madison Enl..I'pI.It'e-' surfacing under way on Highway
If Tain in any built the Tamlaml Hec'order. X). 1 westward from this city. '
I Coolidge Not Hunting Work-headline. He'll have plenty | Trail.---Bradford County Telegraph .p-- Qulncy--Contract awarded for I Jo
i of It was taken over at any The Okeechobea Chapter of the paving 14.97 miles from hero to ,
i company. rate by the Hoover clubs on No- Heel Cross got out hint week's Issueof Ocklocknee river. c
o vtmber: 6.--Da dp City Banner the News of that city and It was almeLto-Florldn Power & !
Bradford county will have another bumper strawberrycrop --o- creditable and Interesting num Light Co., Installs two 10-horse- I
Many thanks to the paragraph- ber. Some of the information power motors for use in opening ,
this season. ers for the answers to the stock- given concerning; the work of this draw to ulanatee River bridge. ,

ing-bloomer moving picture question. great organization comes as a r$v- Fort l\1yers-4,500 palms set -- -L

I A few more bond i will call for other bond issues to Being a mere tyro, a novice, I elation. We have heard some criticism out for beautification of this cl'ty. :?--...
i a beginner; an abecedarian we are of the work of the Iced CrossIn PalmettoContract awarded for ::;-
feed the taxpayers. unaccustomed to such banter.- the storm area, but in the Okee- electric plant to furnish electricityfor :
-- Ocala Ilanner. chobee section the editor of the city's white way system.
News, and citizens -- 20 Ibs. Whole Grain Blue Rose Rice for
pay it the highest $1. ,
where fellow hurts most in --
Guy next door i is wondering a
tribute The News _._,
Congressman Green's district says It.has ---------
! a week-end accident. stayed in the Democratic column, been a potent factor In stabilizing 17 Pounds SUGAR for ___ -- _$1 :

o only Madison and Marlon counties business and bringing back normal FLORIDATHEATRE i
fulling by the wayside.-Starke conditions. This Is very gratifying;
The great trouble in taxing the loafers would be in getting Telegraph. Two of the bent counties indeed. Those who experiencedthe Fruit Cake Material, Currants, Raisins C
" ''I to the tax.o full force of the hurricane and ,
them to work long enough pay In It.--Palm Beach Independ
, t ent. ; who witnessed the relief work are ange and Lemon Peel, Citron, Mince Meat Cr '

--o- best able to judge the Red Cross MON., TUES., WED. stalized Cherries and all accessories. '
Perhaps there won't be so many candidates for the leg- Years alto the sum total of cost --Apopka Chief. .'..'..-. -'

islature since the wage increase did not go through. to a woman for keeping her hair o '
In style was a yaller ribbon. Now The Old Home TOUII !
m i Pillsbury Flour in 21
o pound Bags at
she has to hifye four permanent When away from home In a far I $$1.
( \ '. Government inspection of every berry shipment from this waves twelvhapoo and fifty- off land, Threads
of Gold Flour
\ section will protect the growers who put up an honest pack. two neck shaves a year. However, I get; the blues to beat the band- I pounds at 9Men's
) and henceforth, long may she Till the paper comes from the old
; o home town.Sometime" ,
wave.-Eustls Lake Region.
According to the Bradenton Herald Gallup will lecture ___ft-__ ( It',* printed all upside

I on Florida skies. Probably a speedy description of shooting Possibly the greatest problemthe down) Pin Check Pants $$1.00Men's

stars. Incoming legislature' will have Rut this doesn't matter. ,
I a face Is that of raising sufficient With Synchronized Music Score
()- revenue for state purposes wIth- It tells about the weather and all High Back Overalls $.1 40p1en'

This is the time of the year when Florida's real worth is out Imposing an unreasonable burden about the crop; and Talking Sequences
class of citizens It tells about the people In the
on any or any
appreciated. Instead of cold and snow warm, sunshiny days town barber PLUS
particular Industry. Florida shop;
Work Shirts 50c
cool Aunt Susan's s -- eaBoy's
follow crisp, nights. State News got the measles \'iT.irnoiv.ri: : >.:\' 1,1':
I Mary Jane has the
! 0 o. -- --- mumps
, The Seaboard has taken the InItiative And a brand new baby Is out at 2 III"! I.l'XK: PiM-ntatlons
: Gainesville Sun's fair edition last Sunday was a hummer. along: I hat line In Florida Andy Jumps'. Dress Shirts -95ceaJ

-Starke Telegraph. Merci beaucoup, notre ami !-GainesvilleDaily ; Several\ times a day a porter comes PLUS

what the through; the train with frays full So send me the paper, from the ..
Sun. Now -. Fo\ 3I01'll:Prosli; T.U.KIMJ.NKUH
of glasses of flesh orange; juice old home town, Men's Haines Union Suits $$12Men's |
o "Compliments of the Spllboa..dIvy ." Printed I right side up, or upside :
4 1; Automobilists from Florida are held up at the state line dough!; Johnson In I the Lees- clown

lJ ies for on tick all inspection.Georgians coming We might Into institute the state.an inspection for coot I burg The Commercial anonymous- .....--0--letter writer is Just ter.no It-has Florida the home Independent folk chat !I TH UK., FlU. f Winter\ Undershirts .1 7.1Boy's ,

0 generally conceded to bo built In Although full returns are not LON CIIANEY I
I "The horn of the hunter is heard on the hill.-Times- the shape of a mini, but he haw yet In tabulations made by the I Union Suits - .8.8nlen's 8
I more of the characteristics of the secretary of state allow Hint voters I
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Union. But that is nothing to what happens, when the sher- jackal the skunk and the buzzard of Florida have turned down I, .

iff's horn is heard near a "still., I In his niake-np than of a human 11bu\ tOile of the four proposed : WEST OF ZANZIBAR"
being,--Starke Telegraph. Yep! amendments the consltiillon I
0 we received a. smart ono too from, submitted by the 1927 legislature.Apparently 1--- : fancy and plain colored
A committee was appointed at the Leesburg meeting of ,I holler-thnn-lhou Hoover-Demo the amendment, requiring I "*% .

.the Pa-RAG-raphers to inquire into cause of absence of Avery ('''11.1.- .1\1 a..11I11111Tlmt'sCollrlt'l'. publication of local bills In a "SATURDAY I
---' newspaper 30 days prior to their Dress Shirts $$1.00i
Powell and Leslie George at two successive meetings. I TilE IUVER'PfRA TE.:' -t -
Marlanna[ has a Illue Heaven Introduction such publication to ,.,
"" ( --ct- Filling Station. A gallon: of gas, 1 be shown by affidavit at time bill I With ." '',
There's Knott any doubt who will be the next state treas- a quart| of oil, a pint of-and Is Introduced has carried The .

urer.-Tampa Tribune. Should' say Knott.-Times-Union. Ihou.-Sfarke Telegraph. "And taxpayers reefused to raise the pay VICTOR McLACLEN'GAINESVILLE: Shoes for Children sizes up to 1 1.1 1U 1y 10
of their legislators,
i a pint: of good old Jackson county to let doan ,
Why Knott?Eustis Lake Region. Because he's Knott.'O "
buttermilk, you should have bars on taxation for school purposes I
i said! brother.: This, with one of orto give the legislature
the Blue !Heaven's barbecue sandwiches power to enact a uniform system''
Live Oak Democrat is "valuable
giving away a remedy
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makes great lIIE'al.-l\far- of government for municipalities. -
1 : with the only recommendation guarantee" that it is in a I! lanna Times-Courier. -- ---- U+> --.1.1l .1I

: nice bottle and well corked Perhaps the label states the percent ---()--

Strawberry growers at Kathleen
and Galloway, Polk county's berry:
-- belt are optimistic over the pros-

Tampa Times tells of a Scotchman who broke his neck PAd for an early crop An unusually l / J
heavy 'early bloom li allowing I .1 l ;
watching a seven-ring: circus, Must be the same man who ,'t "
up in all fields. Several. growers ,.'_
gave his: son a buffalo nickel when he said ho wanted to see hope to have berries for market by .t..t "p. ,

the wild animals 'rhnllkll lvlnlf. The acreage 1 la \v ; : -
said to lie slightly; larger!; than last, St\\
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YI'Ithe\ condition is better than ....r; i
i Sentiment among our growers is crystallizing into a desire at this time In 1937.:: and there 18'' r

r for a government inspector of strawberries brought to u better stand--Hartow Record '
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the shipping platforms. Inspection means better packing; /
According to the Starke Telegraph I
better packing, better prices. | petition is' being circulated ,

o I in that city asking city councilto
declare all dogs nuisance -
balking a
r Our legislators draw $G a day; bricklayers and plasterers
and put a stop to the prac- \
$12. The laborer lives at home-the legislator pays hotel tice. When Starke puts a stop to, I

I bills, another 100 per cent increase in expense. Next time you canine broadcasting It will have I j

have to explode about the doings of law-making accomplished something that has PLENTYThe
an urge your puzzled the world for the past 10.- .
bodies, think of that. 000 years.Times-Union. I.

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Now comes forth the !Milton gazette -
Members of the legislature were refused a raise in pay and suggests! to Mr. Carlton road to peace and plenty is thrift-

by the voters. Here's hoping they will be so peeved about it that he appoint a West Florida '
road is
; they will cut the salary of every state official from GO to 100 man as head of the State Road De- no surer.
partment, citing the fact that
percent. The voters signified their desire in the matter, let South Florida nominated Mr. Thrift does not mean self-denial.

the legislature pass the deal on down the line. Carlton. but West and North Plot-
o Ida elected him. We believe Mr. m It means wisdom in buying and wisdom

Carlton will fill all places with the in living-and the habit of
Boys will be boys and as long as a wide-open window Is best men obtainable. Irrespectiveof putting money I
aside for use in the
left for them to enter, the expensive habit of flooding the how they voted or from what
of the school when want extra holidays section of the state they hall from. b r
heating plant high they Martanna TimesCourier.As One dollar will set your feet firmly on

t" will be kept up. Iron shutters for the windows, padlocks --- the path of thrift-it will open an account

(, for the doors and shut-down expense deducted from the a result of continued forest I for you with this bank !

janitor's salary when he is negligent will stop the playful prac- fires in the past millions of acres IJ .
of land not adapted to, or not M ......
tice. needed for cultivation that would i
0 have been growing new and valuable \

in including stands of timber, have been Bradford County Bank
ast year Florida spent $40,000,000 operating,
stripped bare of all trees and are ......y.... ...
t monies spent by the state road department, and the re- now a burden to their owners, instead -

", ceipts only totaled $35,000,000. If the legislature follows of returning them substantial Bradford County's Financial Stronghold

Governor Carlton's requests at its session next year, changes Incomes each year.-Mt. Dora =
Topic. ,
, in government will be effected whereby the state will not o Andrews StotePARE

fi spend more money than it collects. There exists a fertile President-elect Herbert Hoover
J' the innumerable has gone to South America on a
field for the pruning knife among commis-.
good-will tour. We believe he will
sions, boards, inspectors and minor officials. accomplish considerable good and

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