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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 18, 1932
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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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Green; Promises ''I Decision By Vasco Is Lost Forsyt/t Hunters UrgedTo Congressman Will Make Response Green New Cotton Pest Lawtey Is Destroyed Masonic by Hall Fire New Rosin Uses



His CooperationTo In-Friday Fight Observe Laws At Alumni- Luncheon Said to Be Worse Early -Monday NightFire Urged By Leigh;

Gainesville Nov. 13.-Frankle Gainesville.-R. A. (Lex) Green of unknown origin com-
Murphy, "The Fighting Harp," Congressman from the Second pletely destroyed the Masonic Hallin

New Leaders Gainesville, won a ten round decision As Season NearsClosed District of Florida, graduate of the Than Boll Weevil Lawtey early Monday night. The Big OpportunityIncome
about 7
I over Vasco Forsyth, "The College of Education, University blaze was discovered
,. Pride of Bradford," last night in of Florida, in the class of 1916, I o'clock, but had already spread too -

-Write Roosevelt the City Club arena before a mob Area Announced Stray will give) the alumni response at I Reduce Crop of Swd-Peat lit A far to be brought under control From Naval Stores CouMtB
COngressman of rabid fans.Forsyth since Lawtey has no fire fighting!
the luncheon here I
home-coming
Gamer-1 Slated for Cats Should Re Killed, Game Native of India Authorities Doubled Says UniversityOfficial
And started off with the bell next Saturday. On behalf of the apparatus: In Recent Talk
Advancement In the first round in true style, Department Says returning grads and former students -Say The hall was a two story frame t

-R. A. Green of the pounding Murhpy with left and With the hunting season openingdate Mr. Green will speak at the 1 The recent action of placing a building located next to the school Gainesville, Nov. 9-t-Florlda'Si
Congressman house. The loss was partly cover-
rights to the bead and chin that close of brief address of welcomeby
a six north Florida and challenge
has for- quarantine on greatest opportunity
Florida District Nov. 20, near at hand State ed Insurance.Circuit .
Second communications to Presi packed dynamite, and continuedhis Game Commissioner C. C. Wood- President John J. Tlgert. counties to prevent the spread of by __ Is an Investigation of new, poe-
warded Franklin D. Roosevelt savage attack until the begin- ward In the monthly news bulletinof The feature speaker of the luncheon the pink boll worm haa renewed elbl uses of rosin and turpentine*
dent-Elect President-Elect John N. ning of the third stanza. From the department of game and will be Clabourne M. Fhippa discussions of the Insect as potentially Court industry Dr. Townea R. Leigh !
and Vice his wholehearted then on, Murphy blocked the wild fresh water fish has made an appeal -. of Tampa, who will address the a greater menace to cot- head of the Department of Florida
Garner, pledging lunges of his Starke opponent and I alumni on'the subject "How
body
for their administration. to hunters to play the game ton than the boll weevil. declared here today.
support i opened up his famous body attack according to the rules of an Average Alumnus Views Intercollegiate According to Frank I. Weller, "It would be possible to double
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to the mid-section. This evidently good sportsmanship, respect the Athletics. Associated Press writer, the wee- Ends SaturdayJudge the Income from naval stores with-
The text of the Congressman'sletter slowed up Vasco, because the best The luncheon will be held in the
which rights of others seek the beautyof vil Is a bug which feeds from the out chipping an additional pine
to the President-elect, he could do was earn a draw In beautiful university library be- "
the nature and learn lessons taught cotton boll, while the bollworm lathe tree, Dr. Leigh Mid "If we could
was, In substance addressed practically to the the tenth round. only in the school of the great outdoors ginning at 12 o'clock noon. larvae of a moth and chiefly Adklns Hear Many Cane discover Important applications
lime as that in Frankie won five rounds, For- attacks the seed. Jury Excused Friday for those stores. We are selling
Vice President-elect, follows, syth two and three went for draws. Special attention is called to fed- e When first hatched the bollwormis Afternoon practically all of these natural resources *

part: The Irishman weighed in at 155: eral regulations that prohibit the Stove ExplodesIn glassy white with light brown after a single, or few oper-

"The American people nave invested and Vasco 140.Olustee shooting of ducks, geese and other anterior markings. It grows rap- The following cases were tried ations upon them."
their hopes in the hands of migratory waterfowl before 12 Idly and when mature measures before Judge A. Z. Adklna In Circuit Dr. Leigh! stated that Florida

the Democratic Party; they have o'clock at noon on Nov. 20. This Lunch Counter nearly a half Inch In length. It la Court here this week: has approximately 11,000,000 J ,
endowed us with the authority and Station restriction applies only to that par- cylindrical, white, with a dorsal State of Florida vs Clyde and,I acres an area larger than Maryland
responsibility of the public welfare ticular day. The commissioner side of a strong pink color. Ferrell Morgan, Indictment for ag- covered by pine timber and 1 ;

calls attention to the fact that the Native of India gravated assault Jury returned trees, and that the state's annual
)Hope Bluated I Dedicated Today opening day falls on Sunday. The Damage to 'Shamrock Grill And India appears to be the original verdict of assault and battery. output of naval stores amounts to
"During the past 12 years they Florida game laws do not prohibit Pool Room Estimated home of the pink bollworm and it Sentence haa not yet been passed. about 11000000. lie pointed out J ,
have seen their hopes blasted and Sunday hunting and for this rea- At $500.00: is believed to have made its way State of Florida vs Ray Green, the possibilities of ablettc acid, the
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their Ideals anw traditions of government son the game wardens have no authority to Mexico in seed from Egypt, Indicted for assault with Intent to chief component of rosin, and the. ; ,,
I R. A. Green to Act of
almost shattered. Mil- Congressman to interfere. However, Fire menaced the heart thence by the same route into partsof commit murder Verdict of ag- cheapest organic acid known to :
lions of good American citizens As Master of Ceremonies- there Is a general Florida statute Starke's business section at noon Texas, New Mexico and LouisIana gravated assault returned. Sen- the chemist and said "Florida produce I I
destitution and almost All Day Program Wednesday when the tank on a In 1917. this acid In enormous
nduced to enacted in 1859 which makes un- tence not yet passed. quan-
desperation have now turned with lawful the discharge of firearmson gasoline stove exploded In the The pink bollworm hRS four State of Florida vs John Smith, tities: it plays a great part In the \\I I

aew hope and courage to the Dem- A new naval stores station, rep Sunday, whether fired at gameor Shamrock Grill The explosion oc- stages--egg, larvae, pupa and adult charged with assault with Intentto manufacture of many commercial I i;
ocratic Party, because they realizethat resenting an investment In excess at target. The enforcement of curred when a pipe connection became or moth. The moth seldom murder. Verdict of not guilty. products, but it Las not yet yieldf1 f1 'ti{ :
the fundamental hopes and of $40,000, will be dedicated todayat this law la the duty of the sheriffs loosened and shot a streamof Is seen In nature, habitually hidingby State of Florida vs John Pres- ed Its greatest secrets or broughtl )'
aspirations of free government are Olustee. and other peace officers. The gas into the flame of the stove. day under stones or brush. un- cott and Raymond Prescott, charged Its possible revenue to the State HI ,
embodied in the principles of our Congressman R. A. Green will be game wardens have authority to Fire quickly spread to the walls of like most moths it Is not sufficiently with stealing cattle. Jury re- A hope that chemical research ) ,

peat party. Their hopes are master of ceremonies of the all day enforce only the game and fish the lunch rooms and Into the pool attracted by light to make turned .a verdict of guilty.State workers will soon begin "to bring); i
well founded and this party is the program to which a general Invitation laws, the commissioner states. room which it adjoins.The night trapping successful In con- of Florida va Frank LaRue turpentine Into its own," was expressed 1
medium through which economic to the public in extended. flames wero gotten under trol work. and Blanche Robertson, charged by Dr. Leigh. "We sell < I ,
peace and contentment will be restored Among the speakers on the program Closed Areas control by the use of chemicals norm Into Squares, Rolls with assault with Intent to mur- nearly all of it in a crude state h -
American will be Senator Pat Harrison This season hunters will be excluded carried by the city fire truck, but In within
to the people. The larvae, or hatching, bores der. The defendants not being whereas It might be used I
"Never since the days of Jeffer- of Mississippi, Senator Duncan U. from approximately 3.250- not before considerable damagehad Its way Into either a square or a custody, capias was ordered for the confines of Florida in the)
ton has our party failed to rise Flether, Senator Walter George of 000 acres of Florida lands that are been done. W. A. Bessent, Jr., boll. Infested bolls sometimes be- each and bond fixed at $300.00. manufacture of many useful sub-
crisis. The Cox of the closed as refuges and breeding owner of both the grill and the Chambers "
and meet every pres- Georgia Congressman come recognizable by a reddish or State of Florida vs Wash stances.
ent crisis Is a grave one becauseIt second Georgia congressional district grounds for game and other wild pool room, estimates' his loss at blackened discoloration. charged with stealing a steer, Dr Leigh Is convinced, he said, : : '
of millions Governor Carlton and other life. Among the areas recently $500: which is partly covered by and
embraces the suffering The larvae )restricts Itself to the Defendant pleaded guilty was that research work upon the products
of our citizens who have been notables in public .life. Accep- closed are 20,000 acres In Leon andJefferson ,insurance. Interior of the boll it first enters, sentenced to two years in the state of the pine tree would leadto
fault tance baa been received counties and 14,000 acresin "Dooley," colored! assistant chef of novel and '
brought to want through no already devouring one seed and proceedingto penitentiary. the discovery many :
fa their own. from all but one of those who will Bradford and Union counties. at the grill, say. that he headedfor the next one above. Charlie ,Jones, having previously valuable uses for them, tripling) (
Responsibility Grave take part in ,the program which The latter' is the property of the the back door of the pool room During the summer the full been arraigned in open court, and quadrupling their value. Ho l
"Although the political victorylast will also have the assistance of Florida State Farm.In as soon as he saw the stream of grown larvae either cuts a hole in and having pleaded guilty to man- cited that coal tar was almost use
Tuesday is pleasant, it is overshadowed Harry Lee Baker, state forester, addition to these areas closed gas shoot into the flame. Considerable -, the outer boll wall for the emergence slaughter, was sentenced to ten less until the chemist began to Investigate
by the grave responsibility in its promotion under the direct by the State, there are two Fed- shouting was necessary in of the moth and pupates Im- yours in the state penitentiary, It, but "from the reeking
carried with it. Under such charge of George P. Shingler, eral game refuges, one in the order to Impress several customers mediately under it, or drops to the Mamie Barren, who was con- mass he obtained dye of a thousand
conditions the American peopleare chemist and acting chief of the Ocala National Forest in Marlon who were seated !In the grill with I soil and pupates within the surface victed last February of aggravated hues, medicines, munitions and
most fortunate to have you and plant. During the day operationof county, and one along the Apola- the danger of the situation, layer or under trash. assault, was fined $25 and costs. countless other things of Inestlmable '
my good friend Speaker Garner, the still and of forest fire fig)- chee Bay in Wakulla, Jefferson and "Dooley" said, but he had experienced -I Often the larvae protects itself The following civil cases were worth. Declaring that rosin

as our leaders and I wholeheartedly Ing equipment will take place. Taylor counties. a gas stove explosion once by webbing! two seeds together.The heard: and turpentine are beginning to ;'
pledge you my Incessant and ".a'' Rosin Studies Revised maps showing the location before and knew what they were in larvae has been known to Richard Bennett vs Leigh R. respond slowly tothe Inve tlfa-!

test support and cooperation In all "It Is the purpose of the stationto of these closed areas may be for. live 12 to 31 months !in stored Powell and Ethelbert W Smith as dons of the chemist, Dr Leigh
of your administrative efforts. carry out studies to find the obtained from the State Game receivers for the Seaboard Air said that "one German firm spent
Your suggestions will be respectedand I best method of barreling rosin and Commissioner's office at Tallahassee. AT THE STARKE HOTEL seed.Pink bollworm damage! In not Line Railway. The Jury found for million In the synthesis of a single "

your commands obeyed." I turpentine, to discover the best limited to the yield and quality of the plaintiff and assessed his dam dye, and that It eventually paid .'51 i
Congressman Green on Nov. 8, straining material and equipmentto Kill Stray Cats Recent guests at the Starke Ho- lint. The crop of seed Is correspondingly ages at $79.00 and attorney's fees. big dividends" 1Klsslmmee
was elected without opposition for, reduce wastes and losses from Hunters are urged to kill stray tel were: Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W, reduced, and what seed Bank of Starke vs Roy Edwards. .
his fifth term as a member of the handling, in storage and in production cats, which are deemed one of the Wayne. Houston, Texas; Mr.. and la obtained la of light weight and Jury found for plaintiff and as- PLANT CITY BERRIES /I',' ,
House of Representatives. He has and to improve processes to worst enemies to quail and other Mrs. W. S. Ross Syracuse, N. Y.; poor grade. sessed its damages at $196,15: and AILS\ NOW COMING IN *H

served as whip of the Florida dele- get better products. This work Is birds. Every hunter should kill Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Greogory, Af- There Is a small mite that Is a attorney's tee -
gation ever since his first session being done at the fire still at pres- them at every opporunity, the department ton, N. Y.; Mr. David Mapley, natural parasite of the larvae, but Bank of Starke vs Roy Edwardsand Growers of Fast Illllsborough
In Congress. Through the retire- ent. Later, as the equipment is advises. Cats are recog-! Hartford Conn'$} Mrs. N W. Tax, this country bas depended on non- J. W. Edwards. Jury found commenced gathering the first of ,
ment of II. J. Drane he will be the installed the improvements of exIsting nized by law as wild animals not St. Paul, Minn. Mfs..J. Sieshole, cotton zones and clean up measures for plaintiff and assessed its dam- the 1:32-33: : season's strawberrycrop "
dean of the Florida delegation, be- methods and research workan subject to.human ownership or Atlantic City, N. J.; Dr. and Mrs. to control the Insect's spread. ages at $180.42 and attorney's the latter part of last week '
ginning with the Seventy-third a plant scale will be under- control. Certain species of hawks, V M. Tounley,'Miami; Mrs. Lou- The department of agriculture along with growers of the Lakeland
Congress. taken. It is also expected that actual on account of their rodent destroy- ise, Brooks, Versailles, Mo.; Mr. has developed a portable !gin trash fees.Mamie Griffin as administratrix and Wauchula sections. How .
Stumped for Party demonstrations to assist na- ing habits, are considered bene- C. M. Lewis Pittsburgh Pa.; Mr. machine which separates bollworm of estate of Enoch Griffin deceased ever East Illllsborough's Initial offering
Mr. Green is at present a mem- val stores producers of the United ficial to game birds, the commis- and Mrs. C. M. Winters, Hacoma, larvae and la the best current v. E. W. Hayes. Jury found' was somewhat In excess of
ber of six responsible 'and important States will be held from time to sioner states. In fact there are N. H.; Mr. D. C. Wall, Ocala; Mr. method for detecting! the presenceof for plaintiff and assessed damagesat the offerings at the other I two -
committees, and will in time.C. only two species of hawks foundin and Mrs. B. W Mitchell, Philadelphia the peat.Gainesville. $391.60! and attorney's fees. points. While Lakeland reported j
the Seventy-third Congress prob- H. Coulter, cooperative agent Florida that Justify the sports- Pa.; Mr. G. P. Handricks, f Gussie Parker vs E. W. Hayes the first quart and Wauchula the

ably have the option of the chair- Florida Forest Service and the Bureau men's enmity-the sharpshinnedand Jacksonville; Miss Silvia Barnett, Road and W H. Hayes. Jury found for same on Armistice Day, Plant City I .
manship of two or more of these '0f Chemistry and Soils of the Cooper's hawks (the big and Jacksonville; Mr. and Mrs -Frank plaintiff and assessed damages at was reporting four pints.
committees as he la now vice U. S. Department of Agriculturehas little blue darters). All hawks Croocker, Norwich, Conn. Closed This Week $607.50 and attorney's fees. John Somogyi living south of

chairman of several of them. His his office with the station staff. with the exception of these two The following cases were nol Plant City In the Hopewell sections \
, present committee assignments He will cooperate to the extent of and the goshawk, a rare migrant, FREE CONCERT FRIDAY Notice was !given Saturday by prossed: brought the first boxes of berries ) .
Ire: Introducing state forest practicesIn are protected by the Florida law. the State Road Department that State of Florida vs Ben Melvin; of the season to town last Friday
Public and immigration the woods as well as aiding All owls are protected with the Students of Pasco Roberta and Road 13 between Gainesville and State of Florida vs Allen Lucas; morning and received a five-spot
, buildings and naturalization grounds, coin-, Florida producers with the resultsof exception of the great horned owl. Bernard Duffy of Jacksonville and the bureau laboratory and still Gainesville, will give a string in* Monday and remaining so for W. J. Mann; State of Florida vs brought to town from D. M. Hen-
age, labor, I
territories weights and measures,of at Olustee. SHERIFF WARNS HUNTERS strument concert in the high school about four months. Buddy McLean and Harry Jackson don, manager of the Miller Auction ,
and disposition is executive The Bureau of Chemistry and aditorlum Friday night, Nov. 18, Traffic will be routed on a detour ; State of Florida vs Levy Alvarez : Inc. .}Ifr. Somogyi brought ':
latter a
Joint committee papers. of The the House and Soils will handle the gum from "Better stay at home Sunday or at 8:15.: : The program will feature t' over road No. 31 which ; State of Florida vs Arthur three pints to town, reserving one
mandolin guitar banjo Ha-. Hawthorn-Waldo Barren State of Florida pint for his Armistice Day dinner.He .
Senate and he has served chair the cups through the stills tothe If you do go out, better leave your the strikes the high ; vs Clyde
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man of it the Seventy-third point where it Is ready for mar- gun behind," was Sheriff W. J. wallan guitar, xylophone and : way at Orange Heights. The detour Morgan and Ferrell :Morgan, ships through the Plant City. .
. Congress. during keting. The bureau's work will be Epperson's warning this week to piano. I is an all paved road. Charged with aggravated! assault Growers association.
, tied in with that of the Osceola prospective hunters.Complications .f I In going from Starke to Gaines- 1, Saturday two East Hm borougla
During the -
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campaign Congressman National Forest and other federal have arisen from FOOD AND CLOTHING NEEDEDThe ville it will be necessary to turn MKH.! LORRAINK WATCIIONIA growers reported with berries, W.

of the Green Democratic was active nominees In support and .and state forestry services. Lake the fact that the first day of the I at Waldo and take the Hawthorn -- II. Miley, veteran strawberry
"ad* 'City offices are in the new federal hunting season falls on Sundaythis Masonic Lodge Is asking I road to Orange Heights, and from Mrs. Loraine Watchonla died at grower of the Cork Academy section
more than 50
speeches
throughout the State. building recently opened to the year, and nlmroda who have people of this community for food Orange Heights take Road 31 into her home in the Temple Mills sec- coming to town with two
public. Impatiently awaited its arrival will and clothing which will be carried i i Gainesville. tion last Friday at the age of six pints, and Percy Wheeler prom- ,'
MANLY LUCK f DIES find it difficult to hold their ,dogs to the Children's Home In Jackson- .- tythree.She inent Dover !grower, reporting withthe
MORE RIPE BERRIES first pint of the season from
HOOKWORMS WIDESPREAD- until Monday morning. villa In time for Thanksgiving. I was burled at 11 o'clock
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should be left at the In the the Dover section. Mr. Wheeler'aberrrieq .' :
Game wardens have announcedthat Contributions Sunday morning Kingsely
* Manly Luck. fifty-seven years I Two luscious looking strawberries were purchased by the Mil. -
old chairman of far as they are concerned Baptist parsonage before Tuesday, Lake cemetry. Funeral services ,
J. M. Alvarez aa
- | auditor at the State Prison Mrs. were brought Into our office ler Auction for $5.: ,,1
is makIng la just like other day. Nov. 3. The home is In desperate were conducted by Rev. E. Williams. -
A. who any
arm at Raiford for fifteen years, health of the P. T. Sunday who last week. They were picked froma S. B. Cole, living near Dover,
that need and can con- .
everyone
died J last Friday at his home InJacksonville. examinations for hookworms However, the sheriff says matter how patch belonging to Delia Keller. brought in the first pint of berries .
. him. tribute anything, no <
la still with
of school, Sunday
first six Sunday
% in the grades ... small, is urged to do so.ALUMNTSENIOIl That make three ripe ones received CLERK'S OFFICE TO CLOSE a year. ago on Nov. 7 and received *
? Mr. Luck was a native of North says that out of ninety children f f to date; before long we will a five-spot for them front
,CaroUna and served as auditor at examined, seventy were found to SIRS CREWS REAPPOINTEDMrs. ,GROUP have. enough for a'dish. The office of the city clerk will the Miller Auction. On Nov. 14 a
- the atate farm until about a year have the disease. In view of this PLANS ENTERTAINMENTB. -- be closed Friday and Saturday, six pints of berries were sold here
,, agO, when he retired and moved to increase, Mrs. Alvarez is asking A. S. Crews has been re- -, GET LICENSES NOW Nov. 25 and 26, Carl Johns an- at the platform to start the,sea.
"ckaonville. that parents cooperate in having appointed automobile tag agentfor H. S. Seniors are arranging! a nounced this week. Mr. Johns will son rolling. It was on Dec. 7 that A
Funeral services were held Sunday their children examined and treat- Bradford county, It was an- homecoming'' entertainment for Perhaps we should say that the be absent from town on those the first two carlota of the season '
afternoon from the First ed. nounced Monday by Walter S. Mc- Friday 'evening! at the Woman's above heading refers to hunting licenses dates. I rolled out of here.
" "wbyterlan Church at Green Lin State motor vehicle commis club house, at eight o'clock. All not marriage onea. Anyway f i .
Cove Springs with Rev. A. W. COUNTY COURT POSTPONED sioner.. The appointment was the alumni of B. JL ,S. whether' Judge Geo. A. Gardiner la Mrs. Pr M. Barefoot and daughter. -J. F. Lee purchasedEula
.; Pierce Officiating: Pallbearers made by Governor Doyle E. Carl- graduates or not are cordially Invited urging! everyone who Intends going! ., Juanita and Sarah, and Mrs. Lee Apartments on Main St, t
Mere:; J- 0. Mall Dr. D. K. Kirk, The November term of county ton. The Invitation also extends hunting Monday to get his license Lloyd Green were in Jacksonville from Mrs. G. B. Woodal."N
.' T s. Adams .. court will be postponed and held and now. If everybody puts It off un- Friday.
,. do' Dr. H. B. Mcl en- f--- to all teachers, past present
R. J. Davis and W. c. Hardin. in conjunction with the December ROBERTSFOGGMr. and this year's football team. til the last minute, some will be I Cross City-J. B. Williams opened
, surviving Mrs Luck are hla widow term. Judge Geo. A. Gardiner an- -. disappointed, the judge! says. Construction of ship canal across dry goods store In building)
,: daughter Mrs. Evelynu nounced this week. Everyone has Fogg announce Okeechobee- $554,050: : contractlet f Florida Peninsula, from Miami to known aa Toggery .Shoppe. !?
1 +, and a WB, Howard Luck been so law-abiding recently that and Mrs. Chesley of their recently for construction of Brooksvllle W, P. Murphy, Key West and Improvement, of
\, of JacksonVille there Is no necessity for holding the marriage Belle to Mr. Jake levee and navigation and floodway Standard Oil agent here, erected I Cape Cod canal approved by Atlantic WUllston ..... Surface treatment '
; court this month. December 27 daughter Leola The, wedding channel along west shore! of Lake new storage, gasoline tank at his Deeper Waterways Association completed on State Road No. a
. ;; of court Perman Roberta. Brooksvllle avenue. from here south.
s.fil City-Local sidewalks 1m- will be the last term presided In Cross City, July 2. Okeechobee.: plant on
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f. section Saturday night. Cecil Crawford, were visiting B. E. | Mr. Joe Green motored to Lake may be the same as "red plant" SONG SERVICE--I

I BOATDRAIN Miss Virginia Brantley of Harts- Rosier and mother Sunday after- Butler last Tuesday morning'. disease In Great Britain. -

GRAHAM burg was in our section Sunday af- swan. I Mr. T. :M. Stevens was transacting The loss of plants due to crimp There will be a song ,
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Ellen Johnson, Cor. Miss Cherry tarred Cor. ternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Reddingand business in Jacksonville last is 0-75 percent in individual fields the home of Mr. Charlie a at
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L Mrs. Mary Crawford and son daughter, of the state farm, Tuesday and Saturday. and about 2 percent for the entire Thursday Nov. 24, at 7-30 nT. .

t farmers of this section are Mrs. Daniel Richey and little, Ben, were visiting; her brother, :Mr. spent Friday afternoon with his j Mr. Russell Greece was a business State. All members of Klngaley Lake

The cane and killing; hogs. son, Charles, of Gainesville spent W. R. Crawford Monday. mother, Mrs. H. F, Redding. I visitor to Tampa last Friday The disease may appear at any Baptist church are asked to be

', grinding Mrs. L. C. Smith returned Wed- part of last week In Starke with Mr. Mose Overstreet was visit- 1 Aubrey Larramore of Lulu, spent night. time of the year when tho plants present.

nesday from a visit in Lake City. her cousin Evle Johnson. ing Miss Essie Crawford Sunday the week-end here with his brother -I I Messrs. E. W. Hodges and C. :' are actively putting on new J. L. Sllcox, Clerk.

and Mrs. L. H. Futch of Mr. and Mrs. P. Prevatt of morning. Claude Larramore. W. Colson were transacting business growth in the nursery beds during

Mr. passed through here Suit- Jacksonville spent Sunday In Dr. Snow of Gainesville, was vis- Miss Ruth Sapp of Sapp station in Brooker Saturday after- spring and summer and In the Don't Get Up Nigh

Hampton Starke with his brother and family iting Mr. and Mrs. :J. C. Jones was visiting her aunt, Mrs. J. Q. 1 fields set for fruit production in MAKE THIS 25o
noon.Mr. TEST
day.Will Monday.Mr. Rosier Sunday.BOOTSEY'S. Russell Greene was visiting the fall. Cold weather checks the
McEver, Ed Parrish, EzekIel Mr. and Mrs. John PrevattThere the
Dryden and Billy McEver were will be church at China Russell O'Berry spent Friday 1 Miss Mildred Colson last Saturday progress of the disease and sometimes out Physic Impurities bladder and easily Drive
here with with night. causes a masking of the excessive acid
Starke Saturday. Grove Baptist church next Sunday and Saturday
I D those In
which
among friends. I I Misses Iva Mae, Carrie Lee symptoms but as yet no case of cause irritation that results
!: :Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Prescott and t morning and evening. Every- BEACH uU Ag pains backache
Lewis and Miss Mildred Colson true from crimp has been burning
Overstreet and recovery and
, vls- Invited to attend Mr. Mose Roy
tl' daughter, Maxine of Ziff were body cordially
business visitors to were visiting :Miss Melba Ree observed. Crimped plants are getting up nights: BU-KETS. the
Bob and were Carter were I
/ lUng Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Johnson I Mr. Cooper family L. Gnaklno. Cor. I bladder
dinner guests of Mrs. Jimmie Al- Jacksonville Thursday and Friday. Hodges last Saturday afternoon. worthless as fruit producers, because physic, containing buchu
Friday. of Ala- what fruit do Juniper oil, etc., works on the Wad!
of Tampa Is visiting len Sunday.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Griffis Mr. Miss Yminuyon Turner they put on
Lee Byrd here. Pete White and Mr. Frank Roy Carter and Miss Clara Belle Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Crawford ; chua was the week-end guest of Is late and of inferior quality. der pleasantly and effectively, aim.
friends liar to castor
of Zlff Harrell dinner of Mr. Carter also Mrs. Edd demons at- and son Robert Mrs. L. M. Mur- her aunt, Hrs. Logan Hough last is funda ( oil on the bowels. Get
guests :
T. D. Dyal and son, Lloyd were rhee and daughters, Miss Frankle' Symptoms Crimp a 25o box (5 grain size) from
were business visitors here Satur- and Mrs. A. M. Glisson Sunday. tended the funeral of Mr. John week-end. mentally a bud disease, affectingthe druggist After four your
afternoon. Williams of Lake Butler Mondayat lau Murrhee and;, Mrs. J. L. Gas- Mr. Maurice Brown of Miller young leaves as they develop. days if not
day relieved of
kins attended the funeral of Mrs. getting up nights
was visiting friends here last Sun go'
There will be church at the Baptist the Conner cemetery.Mr. Affected plants with but one bud back and get
R. Prevatt and Mrs. Lizzie High- your money You
Carlton of Jacksonville day afternoonn.Mr. are
; church Saturday and Sunday DOUBLE RUN Isaac to the crown, have a flat, spread bound to feel better
smith at the Sun- after
Dyal cemetery this
In section Monday.Mr. and Mrs. Moody Stevens
was our
morning at eleven o'clock. Every out spider-like appearance, due to cleansing and you get
Everett Hewitt of Lake But- day afternoon.Mr. were visitors to Alachua last Fri yom regular
welcome. a few normal leaves developed
body Minn noel. Urown. Cor. having sleep. "Mitchell's
Drug stor
J. Roy Quinn and two children -
section Saturday afternoon and says
ler, was In our day were accom- before the disease
e appear Bukets Is a best seller,
Algie and Lucille spent several -
Rev. and Mrs. R. F. Kirkland night enroute to Jacksonville.Dr. panied home by their daughter, ed.. The development of subsequent '-
and Champ, days last week visiting friendsat for the week-end who Is -
; R. P. Taylor son Barbara leaves Is materially reduced.
of Mr. and
of Saxton. were guests
' HAMPTON of Jacksonville, were visiting his Hlgginston, Ga. Mr. Quinn and attending school at Alachua.
Mrs. L. Brown Sunday afternoon.Mr. family moved here from Higgins- I These leaves are formed and rangein AVE JOHN RUSKIN
farm Sunday.Mr. Mr. Eustus Kelly was visiting
Doshcr Thomas was a visItor size from mere rudiments to almost
ton few months renteda
and
!tI1.. Adn Klmmo. Cor. Seeber Forsyth Purvis a ago here Sunday morning. normal. The leaflets are
section night.
in this Saturday
farm where their
Miss Boots Brown was the guest Green and Clarence Moore attended luck with their they first are trying Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Douglas, family crimped or crinkled; cupped, and
strawberrysuccess.
( Mrs. S. M. Simmons and pm, of Miss Lois Judd Sunday.Mr. the dance at Starke Saturday Mr. Quinn also went back and mother, Mrs. Ira Colson narrow, with a reddish cast to the Ask your dealer
of Mrs. Im- night. were all dinner guests of their serrations main veins and
I' ,
Thomas, were guests Lacy Futch called on Mia to his home town where he could pet '
mons' mother, Mrs. P. B. Hunt. Millie Judd Saturday night. I Quite a few attended the cane I cast his vote in the presidential brother and son, Mr. Clyde Col- ioles. In some cases the petioles for new Premium

Rev. Mccauley preached at the Miss Ferda Brown was visiting grinding of Mr., J. C. Clemons' last election. Mrs. Quinn accompaniedthem son last Sunday. are less pubescent than normal In ? ? Catalog. MoreIlttvniia
week. Maurice Brown of Miller and
Baptist church last Sunday. ,, Miss Inez Kersey Sunday after- as far as St. George Ga., fact almost smooth. The older '' lc
b Mr. Johnnie, Jessie and Shepard Melba Ree Hodges were visiting diseased leaves have a darker (o-
I Mrs. Carver of Jacksonville where she spent the week visitingMr.
noon.Mr. Atkins of Jacksonville were In our friends In Worthington Sunday. color than
yr and
and Mrs. VollIe Starlingwere green normal both Marco is
; spent the week-end with her cousin and Sunday and Mrs. A. J. Chlam. nowused
, Mrs. J. F. Johnson. visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ernest section. Saturday night Mr. Jack Pringle and son, Mar- old and young leaves are more in JOHN"RUSKIN.making
\ brittle.
11\\ Mrs. Paul Mast and Mrs. Geo. Wilmot Sunday morning. shall and daughter Miss Jose
,\ McMekln were business visitors to Miss Doris Brown and Virginia phine of Maxvllle were visitors STRA\VOERRYPRODUcnON The disease may result In the

Starke this week. Kirkland were guests of Mary Jane here Sunday afternoon.Mr. By A. N. Brooks :J. R. Wat- killing of the main bud with the it the '

;{ Z. Brown section foreman for Judd Sunday. RISING Ernest Roister of Georgia son and Harold Mowry subsequent death of the plant, unless grea'f'8tcilXar
.r lateral buds chance to develop. .- value at 5c.
the Georgia Southern Railway Co. spent Sunday night here the guestof
Mr! H. M. Mcnav, Or. The latter, In most cases, produce
R. N.
I'' was transacting business In Jacksonville Crawford and family. Smoke the size
t this week. Heilbronn Springs Everybody here seems to be en- Various plant diseases have been small, normal-shaped leaves on ;aE+

\ Rev. Butler of Lake Butler will Mrs. J. E. Norman returned joying the cold weather; anyway found present to a greater or less long spindly petioles. Plants with you prefer -

a' preach at the Christian church HU. Thclnn B..o.... Cur. home from Davenport Saturday they are celebrating it with hog extent in all strawberrygrowingareas multi-bud crowns have both dis- Perfecto Extra or

it next Sunday morning and evening. after spending a few days there killings.We of Florida. Sometimes the eased and healthy buds, and also

S Mrs. Lavina Durden who has Mr. Earl Parmenter was visit. with her daughter who was 111. are very glad to say the loss of plants incurred In Individ- produce both healthy and diseased Panetela.

> been quite HI for several days has Ing Mr. Freeman Rhoden Sunday. Miss Hazel Underhill made a strawberry crops here ,are extra ual fields may range aa high as runner plants., The usual thing,

+i' many friends here, who are delighted Miss Pearl Norman of Lawtey business trip to Jacksonville Wed- good this year, and most every- 75 percent. Under a favorable en- however is for all the runner plantsof

,,, to know that her condition spent Friday with her sister, Mrs. nesday.Mr. body has a large acreage planted vironmental condition it is possible a diseased mother plant to show NOW

'i la,: Improving. Lonzy Starling. and Mrs. Lawton Crawford considering the hard times. We're that any one of the diseasesnow the disease.

w Rev. and Mrs. J. B. Ackley arrived Mrs. Maggie Burton spent Sat. of Jacksonville, spent the weekend just wondering if we'll ever get: present In the State may be- Casual Agent! :-Examination of

T here last Monday after baying urday night and Sunday with Mrs. here with relatives. / any of that million dollars out of come widespread and cause consid- diseased and healthy plants shows MORE HAVANA \

r spent the summer months in Cora Jones. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. McRae and them that we've been reading so erable loss to the strawberry industry that .microscopic eelworm or

' t East Hartford Conn. They own Mr. Claude Rowe of Lawtey, little daughter Odessa, and Mr. much about in the Bradford Coun- A means of minimizing nematode (Aphelenchus fragariae)

t their home on Church street and was the guest of Miss Olamae Par- D. M. McRae spent Sunday with ty Telegraph., We are all hoping this possibility is, for each grow. Is present In large numbers in dis- 2pscma.sIzcVelightJ

will be here throughout the winter. menter Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman in so anyway, and maybe we will er to become familiar with the different sensed buds from 50-1,300 per bud,

'R Marvin Williams, who has been Mr. Newn Burney was visiting Heilbronn section. since the election Is over and all strawberry diseases and the but it not present In healthy buds. M I LD

it for several weeks In Alabama and Miss Gladys Parmenter Saturday Elder and Mrs. J. T. Barnes who changed.Mr. known methods of combatting They occur In the protected spacesat ,,

Chattanooga Tenn., returned to night have been visiting relatives and and Mrs. J. Roy Quinn and them. In following lines descrip- the bases of the young leaves

'I I his home here this week. Mr. Jack Grlffla and Roy Car- friends here left Monday for their Mr. Lacy Norman made a business tions of the. various diseases, to- and in the folds of the leaves in

1 H. B. Wiggins principal of the ter spent Saturday at Lake Butler. home at Bell. trip to Starke Monday. gether with the known methods of the bud. These nematodes are

Olustee school spent the week-end Mr. C. J. Alderman and Emery Mr. Raiford Alvarez of Vander- Mr. E. W. Rosier has returned controlling each, are given.Anthracnose from 1-42 to 1-25 inch long and

I with his family here. Johns of Lake Butler, were In our bilt section was transacting business home after spending a few daysin are colorless and hence can be ob-

In this section Friday. i Jacksonville last week.HIGHLAND. This is a newly described disease served only under a microscope.

< Arthur McRae made a bua'ness caused by a fungus, Colletotrich- Experiments have proved that

; And the Worst is Yet to Come trip to Jacksonville Saturday.. um fragariae which apparently Is crimp may be artificially producedby a
confined to Florida; at least it has I I, placing some of the nematodesin
not been reported elsewhere. The the buds of healthy plants. The liOfe SMOKERS

common name "anthracnose" h"sI time for the
: RAIFORD M. E. Crews Cor.J. I required symptoms to
been applied to this diseaa becauseof appear varies from 11 to 120 days,

I I I ( I .I I Red Kerce, Cor. its characteristic aymptoma. depending upon temperature moisture -

! c [ T. Marr made' a business tripto The plant parts attacked by an- and whether or not the plant jdnaIionA

' \ I I Lawtey Friday.Mr. thracnose are the runners, petlloesor Is putting on new foliage.
I /II Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Sapp returned and Mrs. M. L. Crews and a leaf stems, and rhizomes or Dissemination!.-The nematodeslive

I' last Saturday to their home here children of the state farm spent crowns the attack being most' over from year to year in the

=- after two weeks of visiting with Sunday afternoon here with F. M. I common upon the runners. The soil. Infestation is accomplishedby
r. :> their son, Wilbur, at Hot Springs Crews and family I greatest loss due to anthracnose rains or Irrigation water wash

! 1 Ark., who Is taking a treatment Foust Norman' spent Mondayand ; Is caused by the disease girdlingthe Ing'the; nematodes Into the plant

-. ) there for rheumatism. Mr. Sapp Tuesday of last week in the runners and killing the young buds. In moist fields the nema

; N reported Wilbur as being greatly Black Creek section with relatives.Mr. runner plants before they have todes can travel slowly-from plantto

I I Improved.Rev. and Mrs. M. Carter were rooted and become self-support plant but in fields which are

6L'I1 Sheffield educational direc- shopping in Jacksonville Tuesday. ing. In some cases it may even inundated this spread of the eel-
-, = ": tor from the state farm filled his Mrs. H. C, Wimberly Is spend penetrate the rhizome of rooted worm is more rapid. "

I' _-- I regular appointment here last Sun Ing a while with her daughter plants and cause them to wilt This disease has been rather

\ day at the Raiford Baptist church. Mrs. Green In Starke. Anthracnose may appear to a ,generally distributed throughoutthe touch of encfantmenf..the silky

\ \ Miss Louise Tidwell of Ocala. Is William Padgett of Clay HU limited extent during the spring Southern states by means of smooth pearly appearance so easily

........ ..... I spending a week here as the guestof section visited friends and relatives months but it more destructive Infested nursery plants. Inmost and quickly rendered to Complex-
, \ her aunt and uncle Mr. and here last week. after the first part of August and cases this has been done unknow and Hands.

I i I Ii' Mrs. E.' D. Yelvington. Mrs. Wimberly and family had 1 up to the time when all runner ingly because plants which have lon..Arms..Shoulderj; Orient. *
-
-- Face
t : ;\ -T Mr. W. M. Whltten Mr. and as guests Sunday, Dr. and Mrs. C. plans are removed from the beds. been recently Infested with crimp powders Just cover.today.ORIENTAL .
I Mrs. H. W. Ralford and Miss Ger M. Sandusky Mrs. Leta The is nematodes do Cream Beautifies. Start
-. Rossignol disease more severe during not display the
:
i'ij. 1 tie Ruth Horne were among those I and B. M. Wimberly of Jackson. :warm, moist weather and In the symptoms of the disease and henceare
who attended the funeral of Mr.
ville. moister areas of the strawberryfields. passed on as healthy plants..
1 J. ', Manly Luck at Green Cove Springslast .. During the propagation of plants

1i,0 I \ I Sunday. Mr. Luck for many Symptom*:-A typical anthrac- in the spring and summer the run- CREAM ,

H i years was an employe of the state. SAXTON nose spot as it appears upon the ners formed by crimped plants us- .OUlt"UD

( farm[ at Raiford. I runner is a small, oval, light ually become infested as they push C W"'I.. ... .J
Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Ritch .cIt.1$ Shades
of
',' J Miss Viola Tyler! Cor. brown, sunken area about 1-3 of through the infested areas at the SiffFtHo
! ... Moultrie. Ga., and daughter, Mary. af an inch long when first noticeable bases of the leaves. This resultsin Seed 1O!rTRIAL ()*

f;: were here Monday visiting friends later gradually Increasing in circular areas of diseased plants : : kkudSon.N.wY
Mr. Ed Stanley'and Mr. Owen
and
were In Lake Butler also. Mr.
size until It may extend the entire appearing in the nursery beds.
Hitch at one time was postmaster Bryant were visiting Mr. H. D. length of the runner and girdle it Control!--Due to the protected Treat

ti Jl wi'+ here and drug store owner. Tyler Sunday afternoon. 1 The older portion of the spot becomes position of the nematodes in the How Doctors
Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Miss Dorothy Swanbom was the
Yelvington I buds
it
shriveled and dark brown to would be rather difficultto Colds and CoughsTo
and Miss Louise Tidwell were visitIng guest of Viola and Gean Tyler Sat-
1 black In color and over its surface : find a spray material which
urday afternoon.
( in St. Augustine Sunday. 4 1 are scattered groups of setae of' would kill the nematodes without break up a cold overnight and
Mrs. OUie Rivera
Raiford attended to
has been favored with 1"1&
I the fungus which can be seen under Injuring the plants. -elieve the congestion that makCl
1\ several frosts business in Starke Saturday. are
the last
light during
Miss a strong,hand lens aa small Adequate drainage seems to be couth, thousands of physicians
'I
Viola
tM
and Gean
! t Jfil Few mornings which should prove Tyler were bristle-like tufts. Spores by the most Important part of a control DOW recommending l.hlete
Mrs.
of some value to visiting A. C. Sumner Sun compound
strawberry
grow calomel
niuMHleM
I means of which the disease is program. If the land Is well- *
an
I! ers, by aiding in destroying insects. day.We spread are produced In great abun- drained so that water does not .hat give you the effects of ealom tS i ..:.u
cut-worms and the like. are sorry to report that Mrs. writs without the unpleasant
dance in acervuli which develop In pond over the beds, the nematodes
Mr. Burton for A.. C. Sumner is on the sick list of either
representative '
Wake Your Liver Bile the: International Agricultural Co., this week. these Control spots. of 4-4-50 will plant not to be plant spread and so rapidly from One or two Calotabs st bedtime. *witsa ."
Ii Up from Palatka was here e .. :-Applications good control of class of sweet milk or water.morning
Tuesdayon Bordeaux mixture spray at 10-day crimp can be secured: by roguing your cold has vanished, youraxlI
business.
Intervals during the latter part of out the diseased plants. they ap- system Is thoroughly purified rOIl'

i1. > Without Calomel MOODY FARMS July, August, and September have pear. These plants should* be pull are feeling floe with a hearty apr die

[ .1 I been found to, keep anthracnoseIn ed up and removed from the field, for hreakfait. Eat what you w.I1.-
I f Miss Melba Ree' dancer.
}* EVERGREEN Hodges, Car.y check: so that healthy plants will so that the nematodes do not escape I no Calotabs are wild In 10c and' :\\it: .

1 it And YcnH Jump Oat of Bed II thto bile b Ml toeIng imly.TW foes be produced for fall setting. from the buds and reinfest packages at drag stores (A
.-', 4lriu It sees OMM Is tile bowta.Qu I Mr. V*. A. nl., Cor I Miss Ozena Louise Green spent Crimp the soil. : -

1 1s' in the Morning Rarin'to Go blottc wp :jum s..-.... Ton b.... several days of last week 'In :Jacksonville This malady ia the most widespread Plants should not be used from :,

. .: thick,tad tart tad yaw both k>tool .... Mrs. Maggie Forsyth and chil- with relatives. of any of the major diseases nurseries in which crimp Is present Say it with Flowers
/ C you feel soar and sunk and the ottaa ...... oat fa bl.- nlit... Tow bad dren. Lucille and Eugene, spent Mrs. C. W. Colson spent last Fri of strawberries In Florida because even plants which ap-

I.world. looks punk don't swallow a lot .oho and you fuel does ud oaV Tow....... Friday here with. her mother, Mrs. day at Mrs. Olson Thomas'. being found in all of the areas of pear to be healthy may be in the iBSSliBBBr SBBBW BfcsiSBBWSISBBSJStSBSW***" *0 ****

i F'', mineral water oil laxative 7it-b pabomid.LIVER :I. S. Rosier. Mrs. Dove Green' attended the the State where strawberries are initial stages of infestation so that AllOccasions

''!;,,;, Eta. make chewing gum and expect J.t .o..Ioo4a14OABna..LITTUI Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Rosier and Brooker P. T. A. last Wednesday grown commercially It Is known' the disease symptoms do not ap- Flowers For
sweet
3' you suddenly KLLS to ct th..two Booth of Ute. children of Greenwood spent Sunday afternoon. to Florida growers as French bud. pear until after the plants have
\ and full of sunshine. .
)jaud, buoyant
/ Sowing fI-7..4..."o M...ud ep.e here with relatives. Mra. Evan Hodges,went to Lake white bud brier bud, red bud or been set Adequate 'inspection of __
K For they can't do It. They only They mute wontetot bard., real!. B. E. Rosier attended court at Butler'last Wednesday. crimp. The first two. terms are nurseries will prevent crimp frombeing' BS** '** *"*

1\ more the bowels and a mere movement y.e.tabl..tr..tti.g vbee It_.. Starke Monday Wednesday and Mr. Willie :Marlow of Graham misnomers because the diseased disseminated in this manner. CODBEV
,>!. doesn't eM at the cauae. The tbs M. GERTRUDE
mldac flow(TMty.BvtAMtMk ,
of last week. .
Friday ,
In .
was our section last Thursdayand buds are not white or chlorotlcv Crop rotationmay -also be a '
: reason for your down-and-out feeling hrBwcO*AA lot CutartLlttU ,3Ira Proctor >of Lake iButler, Friday.Mr. while the '.threeare 'descriptive mean'eRve ntrol'.byrehradng'thenumbers ,ANDERSONPhone
Is BTOT.' It should '
out two
TOUT pour U n PlUfc LMB fw tha '
BUM spent Sunday here with her sister, Oagood Green of Lake Butler 'of symptoms of the--.dis.ase. of this specific nematodein
t pounds liquid bile Into your bowels Lilt!.Uye 1'1IIII as W red ...... C..J Mrs. r 39 Waldo, FU
',(. dally. sbstltat.U.da5Aor.. Quincy Rosier. was visiting his daughter Mra. Crimp is identical with the the soil. _
,I:; .Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Quinn end Evan Hodges last Wednesday. "dwarf" disease In Louisiana and Next week;. Root trublea. "" J -.





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Your Feed
RequireGORDON ,\
Cast Iron Heaters-Bed Boom8ulU '"
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ments -O&rdlncr Rang**Wool ;
for Ladies WE THANK Mixed Blankets
y For Fall: and Winter
THANK YOU

INTERWOVENSOCKS Our Customers-who-are See Us for. PricesReasonable

for Men and SpecialPrices Again for Your Past Patronage

TERMS OR CASH
Quality Store andTHANK DENMARK FURNITURE

Our Customers-to-be COMPANY
F
a new
-r. ALLo YOU
;S1 fcHlMay MASH EGG .
Thank You they find in our store the CHOWDERGEO. .- We SpecializeIn
Your Patronage In Advance for In
.W. KENLY,
And Don't Forget Qualify and Service t that we have Proprietor Home Baked Pies '

To Your Future Patronage and CakesCALL

AGAIN tried to put there Bradford County Just Around the h
TORODE CHEVROLET CO. CornerMaxine's

Three Friends' BRADFORD COUNTY BIG STORE Farmers' Supply. Coffee


BarberShop Company Shoppe 4


STANDARD Complete Line of 4 6


Greasing:n Service LIVE We A Thankful I NORRIS CANDIES ,

All MakeOa Passenger re We Are Thankful Meet Your Friends [

Cars 50cHamilton for the Patronage
At Home AtCorpening'sDrug E
Ritch, of the people of
That the Democrats are in again.
Mgr. -TRADE Starke and Bradford
That somebody found the corner prosperitywas
Standard ,
I. County ,
At Home around. Store r
In the past i
Service StationWe That a million dollar strawberry crop is the_ And -'- ; I
will be Thank- ;
'I BANK All of Our ,
next thing on the program. I
Appreciate ful for that whichComes New Hats, Dresses, \

The Patronage At Home That the citizens of this county have regained- our way in Sweaters, Coats, '.' t if! ;

Given Our r confidence and are now: digging up dollars they the future. atGreatly 1!(l ;
BEAUTY SHOP For a Better had almost forgotten about. Reduced '; ,I'': :
and More Prices During Next Jf fi
ProsperousBARBER J.&R STORE '
SHOP Community That the above citizens have begun to realizethat 10 Days :I I

continue those dollars if spent at home will remain Next Door to Post :f I,
May we to Bank of f Starke within distance in Office Marguerite'sShoppe 111!
serve you calling ---just case they are ever W
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neededagam. <&, ;! 1''JjJ ;''r
I Barber 'e. {
City Shop ;
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EAT YOU CAN NOW GET Special
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BARGAIN DAYS Munsingwear .: !j. :
Your Thanksgiving GENUINE AUSTRALIAN THANKSGIVING :!:Il !
Turkey Dinner Cars Greased-All makes-50cf Hosiery KANGAROO SHOES FOR $4.50 DINNER Ji+:"b: i

At the Carola Cafe Cars Washed and Simonized-$1.50 79c-$1.00 II .
J. M. ALVAREZ served from I 1:30 a. 4 .
.I
The Home of GoodCooking .Cars Washed and Greased-$1.00 m. to 9:30: p. m. ; f
Peter's t Shoes Just received complete stock of 50c 60c ,,1' \
and ServiceCAROLA Crank Case Drain Grease ;
With every we REMINGTON LOADED SHELLS : ..1
Car FREE for the whole I family 410, 20's, 16's, 12 guage : ;f '
CAFE $1.00 to $4.95 Shur Shot and Nitro Club Brands Magnolia Cafe I ;; .
We use only the best high grade chassisLubrication Loaded with all size shots r !

WATCH, Clothes' Bradford Hardware Company ir
Diamond Tires and Tubes, all sizes Made to Measure it$ '
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f for That good Good Gulf and Ethyl Gasoline $17.50 $22.50 TO TIIOSE WIIO WISH TO SELL THEIR FARM I;" ,.::
AND CITY PROPERTYF.
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Announcement WITH SMILING SERVICE Ladies Dresses C. HOLLINGS\VORTH.\ :",Il"jf

LOUIE'S SERVICE STATION $3.95- $5.95 I am now connected with one of the largest Real Estate GET YOUR ,1: :;
of f Companies In the North and West, who are asking for :..'
PHONE 83 N. STERNBERG listings.. FRUIT CAKES \
Please call at my office and list what,you have
New ServiceStation And .R
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CLOSING OUT OUR FURNITURE Get YourPHILCO STARKE DRY CLEANERS
Cake IyI''
LADIES' ANDCHILDREN'S ,
Will fit Your House RADIO
At intersection For ThanksgivingTHANK CITIZENS OF STARKE AtAndrews'Store t

RAINCOATS And AndSURROUNDING ,

of Roads 13 and Your Pocketbook FRIGIDIARE and I your COMMUNITIES

For Past and Future Patronage
48 for Christmas
Less Than Cost j
Hart FurnitureCompany LAUNDRY-DRY CLEANING a

Courtesy:' Service STUMP'SSTORE S ITH'S.HA -DRAPERIES-RUGS y''

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:' 5odetv4 white Martha peanuts.cookies.Stump Enjoying and served were The blue, the: chocolate nut favors Margaret afternoon cups were filled milk and with with red and Joe, BofI.: S. JOURN At--I




Montieth, Francis Alderman, Fay

and Mary Alice Yarbrouffh. Billy

DEASLEY-J\IANNING silted by Mrs. J. W. White and Blakely, Junior Harley Merry Beth EditorinChiefHOPE BLACK AND RED TORNADOES WILL PLAY -- "

--' Mrs. W. E. Middleton. Wednesday and Charles Knight, Paul Canova, HATNES AdAIN FLIES HIGH WILLISTON HERE TODAY

Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Manning announce evening MM. A. Wood had Jr., Maurice Edwards, Jr., Nina SOCIETY

the marriage of their charge of the service. Thursday Bishop, Llyle Anderson, Enos and Managing Editor (By Lester Schnell) (By Lester Schnell) Joyce Mast, Editor \I

daughter, Dora Thelma, to Mr. afternoon the subject was "A DedIcation Betty Hayes George Flynn Jr., ELDREDGE ROBINSON The Tornadoes have been at it Friday, November 18, the Brad-

Clarence W. Beaaley, of Galnei to Our Home Mission Marjorie and Ida Lula Davis, Exchange Editor again. Under a losing jinx all season ford High Tornadoes hope to repeat Lois Adkins went "to-_!

vlUe. The marriage took place Task," and the meeting was led by Patsy Ruth and Bill Wainwright, ABBIE HARLEY Coach Larson's boys steppedout their triumph of last week vllle Sunday night. Calntt-

Monday night at the Church of Mrs. J. H. Ritch, assisted by Mrs Lucille Alvarez, Elbert Thornton, Editor and beat the living sunlight over Jasper. This week they will Martha Brownlee went

Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saint J. F. Colley and Mrs. L. A. Da Jacqueline and Buddy Andrews, LUCILLE Literary EDWARDS out of Jasper High. Running true play Willlston in the last game at latka Saturday. to Pa>

in Jacksonville. vis. Freddie Wimberly, Richard Beal, to their name, the Tornadoes home Another record crowd Is Eldredge Robinson

The young couple are at hometo Joan Dobrow, John Anderson, J. A. Sports Editor swept over the :field and left be- expected at the game. We are Gainesville Sunday night went to

friends at their home on East JACK IIAILE HONORED Martinez. JOHN INMAN hind them great destruction: sure nothing would please us bet Vera Claire and Eldredge

University Avenue in Gainesville. ON BIRTHDAY Society Editor eleven rather puzzled looking ter than to beat this team which son went to Jacksonville Robin.

\ VIRGINIA ANDERSON JOYCE MAST young fellows, fighting for dear handed us a 7-0 defeat in last sea I The Seniors are going Saturday to .

EASTERN STAR MEETING Jack Halle, son of Mr. and Mrs CELEBRATES BIRTHDAY Class Reporters life under the colors of Jasper son's closing game on Thanksgiving. a homecoming entertainment have ydp .

... W. G. Halle, was ten years old 12th Grade, Jennie Dunn High. We believe our boys Jmve a I day evening at eight o'clock at the

"Friends night" will be observedby Tuesday and was remembered by; Virginia Anderson gave a partyto 11th Grade Bunnie Canova, On the other hand, we were good game in store for us Friday. I. Woman's Club. All the Alumni
the local chapter of the Eastern his friends in a pleasing manner. number of her friends team but be-
a young Marjorie Stump matched with a good However, let's all hope so. are cordially Invited. The Senior.

Star Monday night, November 21 All during the day Jack received Saturday afternoon at the homeof 10th Grade, Louise Snyder cause of the great playing of the The game will start at 3:30.: The are planning a very InterestLDr

at 7:30: o'clock. callers who came with gifts and to her parents, Mr and Mrs. A. W. 9th Grade Hazel Lennon Tornadoes, they could not show admission will be 20c and 35c. 'program for the Alumni.ORIGINAL .
,
Miss Verna Bullard, past grand wish him many happy returns of Anderson. Virginia was eight years their ability to any extent. Play p- i .. -.-
matron will preside at this meet- the day. Mrs. Halle was assisted old on this day. Joke Editors ing a great defensive game and BABY TORNADOESThe

Ing. Visitors are expected from in receiving, and serving punch by Baskets and vases filled with CLYDE MORGAN employing a smart offense, the POEMS;

Gainesville, Waldo, Lake Butler Miss Kate Struth. Jack sat by a chrysanthemums ana roses were Tornadoes hit their true stride and Baby Tornadoes met the The -

and Baldwin chapters. All mem- table on which was arranged prettily arranged about the home STORY OF A LOAF OF showed their real ability. FillingIn Raiford Cubs in a great combat on following to the poems were a re,

bers of the order are urged to at books, games, toys, fruit, flowers, for this happy occasion, and at the BREAD the left end position, Shufordof the Bradford High field Thursday sponse in study of versiflca.tton .

,' tend. birthday cards and letters. Numbers -I close of a pleasant afternoon ice I II the Tornadoes played a mighty afternoon, with Edward Hall, Ern- English Summer III:
Is Brat
of gifts came from other cream and cookies were served. This composition was written by
the
fine game, both on defensiveand est Hewitt and Prof. Altman act- Autumn
H' TRI-COITNTY MEETING OF states. I The favors were lollypops and I Jean Davis, a fifth grade pupil. I offensive Inman, at the other ing as officials.As is lovely with Its colored
leaves
It will be remembered that this I am a little grain of wheat. I ,
birth-
WOJ\I.\N'S CLUBS TO slices of cake cut from the end, seldom let a man pass him the Baby Tornadoes walked
I plucky little man was severely which iced in live in the Red River Valley. The Winter is full of pep with its Ice
cake
BE IIELD IN STARKG day was either. In fact the whole line was out on the field they were inspiredby and
burned over fourteen months ago, farmer is going to plant me in a snow.
white, pink roses, and topped with playing beautiful ball. Taking the the cheering yell that went
The Trl-County meeting of theWoman' but he Is now making a good recovery eight pink candles. Assisting the j few days, and I will go to sleep for backfield Into consideration, we I from their main supporters-the up Spring is gorgeous with all |ti
and studying to keep pace hostess' about two weeks, and then I shall green trees;
mother Mrs. Sam
Club will be held at the were have never seen them play a finer little girls of the younger set- But
1 with
its
summer
" with his grade in school. and Mrs. Nellie wake up. swimming
club house Friday, Nov. 25th, at Anderson Mar- game. Robinson was tearing the who stuck to them to the finish. is the best
we all know
Ho, hum! I am awake now. Oh
2:30 o'clock. Mrs. Louis H. Hill, tinez.
Jasper line to shreds; Stricklandwas The little Tornadoes show'edsome
BIRTHDAY PARTY what's that Do I hear the farmer Eldredge Robinson.
will have of the Enjoying the afternoon with
d president, charge at his hard driving tactics, as splendid playing and won- -
l' meeting. Mrs. Joseph L. Gray, Virginia were: George and Ruth talking about cutting me down usual B. Tlson and derful Bradfordhas
was running sportsmanship.
Little Sharon A. Hall celebratedher Oh, how I will hate to leave this Golden Rod
Hazel Fields Granville
Lake Powell. I
sectional vice City, ,
president,
is expected to attend. There will third birthday at the home of Kirk Lewis, Jr, Joan Dobrow, old field of frolic and sleep. Hero dodging beautifully, and Edwards no need to worry about its fu- Down in the valley of the deep

I' : be representatives from Bradford her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. L. Juantta and Sarah Barefoot, .1, A. comes the machine. Ready I Go! electrified the fans by his spec- ture football players, because the Lies the golden rod fast asleep
tacular end
\ Baker and Union counties present. S. Hutto, Monday afternoon. The I Martinez, Othma Haynes, Jr., Whack!f Now I am cut down and runs Babies are showing the true ole Waiting for the time to come,

''t,: home was tastefully decorated in Freddie WImberly, Louise Stern, I will have to leave my home to Hammock, Jasper halfback, Is Bradford spirit. So they can dance, play and have
well to be his
,,1 WE-LAKA SEW CLUB pot flowers of pink and green.A Lyle and Janet Anderson, Betty serve others. But I will not go fora complimented by The outstanding plays were great fun.
fine offensive work. Dickens the made Donald McRae
happy time was had by the little and Margaret Stringfellow, Betty few weeks yet because I will be by Lloyd Ed- Bill Tison.
lanky center, was always a threaton wards and the "Buckshot"
Mrs. A. H. Harley, Jr., was hos- guests, playing outdoor games. and Doris Kruse, Doris Crews, in a stack to .rest. before- I go to I the defense. Several others Captain
','; tells to members of the We-Laka Later in the afternoon they were Margaret Pearce, Mack Futch, work. Williams. Poetry
'/ Sew club Tuesday afternoon at Invited Into the dining room and Gloria Buford, Jack Halle, Leon- Gee! I feel 'good after being showed to-un welL but these two At the end of the game the score Some poetry Is beautiful,

her home. centering tho table was a large ard Smith, Julian McRae, Patsy shucked. I am being made into seemed be outstanding, consid- stood 13.0 in favor of the Babies. Some poetry is mild;

Garden flowers were tasteful- birthday cake with three small Keen: Edna Mae Moseley John some kind of white powder, I don't ering everything. Trailing by a Now "Daddy" Tornadoes what Some poetry is thoughtful,
;): score of 18-0, Jasper, with only a about playing follow the leaders? Some
is wild.
candles burning.The know what. X'am Into the poetry
about the Durren Anderson put
tI} ly arranged living room, and A. W. An-
few minutes
where the guests spent a pleasant little host, assisted by her derson, Jr store and somebody bought me. I to play, was passing Miss Hazel Underhill was the This poetry may be various la

afternoon sewing. At the tea hour mother, Mrs. A. H. Hall and grand- am delighted to know that I am so like so many lunatics. This, how- Baby's sponsor.. They plan to return length of line.

'f the hostess served a tempting salad mother, Mrs. L. S, Hutto and Miss P. T. A. MEETS WEDNESDAYThe I fine. I am very gad that the woman ever, was their only chance to the game Thursday afternoonon But scanning this poetry Is no
Hutto served and hot I score. They certainly could not the Raiford field. Everyone go pleasure of mine.
course to the following guests: Edna cake who bought me was a poor wid-
..l'; Mrs. T. E. Mosley, Mrs. Nellie chocolate to the following: Betty ow. She baked me into a spicy crack the Tornado line. over and watch the Baby Tornadoes Nelson Faulkner,
Pnrent-Teachers Association -
Martinez Mrs. W. H. Andrews, and Enos Hayes, Elise Green, Fred- met Wednesday afternoon in loaf of bread. Then, in came the The homecoming day was a big "breeze along." Election I* Over
The crowd of
:Mrs O. A. Wiggin, Mrs. Sam An- dy WImberly, Thelma, Grace ,and the school auditorium, with an attendance little girl. She was'very hungry. I success.the season biggest hand. The election is over,
was on
4 derson, Mrs. W. C. Manning and Ralph Newton, Maurice Edwards, of about hundred Her mother made me into a sand- They SENIOR NEWS The Democrats won.
one per- were also fine
Mrs. A W. Anderson. The club Jr., Alita and Ruby Green, Carrie wich and I was eaten with two given a game in return Old man depression

will meet next Tuesday afternoon Mae and Lorene Stafford, Garnlta sons. hungry lips. The bottle of milk -a real thriller. We hope and The Seniors had a meeting Monday Is now bn the run.
The Mrs. E. K.
with Mrs. O. A. Wiggins. Hutto, Barbara Keens, and Edgar president, Ferryman was my best friend. We kept our certainly believe everyone enjoyed I It recess. At this meeting we Lois Long1
I and '
presided, Mrs. W. B. It
Wilkerson. good health secret, and oh such"a discussed the problems concerning
Parks acted as secretary pro tem. The lineup was: "
"Homecoming. LoveLove's
EPWOKTH LEAGUE SOCIAL pleasant life wehad.ARMISTICE .
Prof. L. A. Gray made an interesting Jasper, 0 Pos. Starke, 18.
WOODMEN CIRCLECONVENTION Seniors, Friday is your last day a funny thing.
l talk on cooperation, after W. Gill LE Shuford to send in for rings Sometimes want to and
, The home of Mr. and Mrs. G. A. DAY PROGRAM '' your money you sing
l which Mrs. A. Z. Adklns favored Register LT Packham'
and
It Taylor was the'IIcene of a pleasAnt pins. sing

;..- affair Friday evening when the Officers and members from seven Last the audience Rose of Summer with the" solo Mrs., E."The L. At 11:00: o'clock the American Dickens Johnson LG (C) Davis This is test week again. We want But often times you cry

i' Epworth League gave a social for Florida towns wiir journey to Legion lowered the flag at school. C Crosby i to make better grades on our Until you have experience
\ and Mrs.
:' the members of this organization. Jacksonville today, to participateIn Biggs Adklns sang as a One minute of: silence. McCall RG WallA. I tests this time Let's study and You'll always wonder why.
duet, "Carry Me Back to Old Vir- Gill
,j'' 1 After a business session, games a Woodmen Circle district March into auditorium. W RT Harrell work hard so as to be exemptedon Lois Long
The
ginia. monthly Wllks RE
I and contests were enjoyed. In convention. Local members who message Inman all of our subjects.
t from the national Song: "We Salute Thee Old
of the
; an advertising contest, Miss Dorothy will make the trip are: Mrs. L. D. president Glory." Hamilton QB Edwards We are very glad that our boys The Snow Lien Deep

,:s'> Claire Klckliter won the Green, Mrs. G. M. Inman, Mrs L. P. T. A. was read by Mrs. F. H. Flag salute. Ward LH B. Tison won the last fooball game. Fri- I The snow lies deep tonight,

"' prize, which was a huge stick of S. Hutto and Mrs. Nat Williams Long. Songs: "America the Beautiful Hammock RH Strickland day's game was part of our home It falls in silent flakes,

. tcandy.. Mrs. Taylor was assisted The meeting, which will include The president disf{ Yed the P. "America and Knowles FB Robinson coming celebration. We gave the And shines the moon so bright
"Here
T. A. dues tree and They
,I its
in entertaining the young people two session, the first at 2 o'clock explained Coma" Scoring touchdowns: Robinson 2, alumni a great welcome. On country, bills and lakes.
I significance The tree is clever Edwards 1.FOURTIi.
I by Mrs. A. Wood. Late in the evening and the second at 8 o'clock, will a Several violin selections Miss Louise Jackson.On .
poster made by Miss Olive by *
1; nut cake and hot chocolate be> featured by the initiation of aclass Ray, Courtmanch. I EIGHTH GRADE NEWS
' showing an orange tree, each limb GRADE REPORT
were served to over twenty young I of candidates, a business session A Chaucer "Compleynt to Hit
reading American
\ me
i': people. The grown-ups present I demonstration and 'interpre representing a teacher's room and Flags"-Six pupi'd of the fifth Jack JaDe had a birthday Tues We,are glad to have Laddie Boul. Purs"

.;Jl' were: Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Taylor, tation of the ritualistic work, each orange on a limb shows that grade. day.. Our class carried him pres- ware ,back in school after a few Chaucer wrote of the empty purse-
,
| K Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Perryman, rills by adult teams from .Jacksonville the annual dues have been paid by "Here's to The Flag"-Four boys'' ents. We hope be liked them. days absence. And to the king he give its first

i It:i* Rev. and Mrs. W. F. Jones and and Starke and by Jacksonville a patron of that room. from sixth grade:' Coy Simmons came back to Andrew Taylor went to Gainesville -I As a token, we may mention

f( J3,. :Mrs. A. Wood. juniors, talks by national Prize for largest number present Reading-Al K!" Carlisle, eighth. school Monday after being out of Sunday. He was given a life long pension.
\ and state officers and an entertain- voting for a grade was won grade. I school a week. Vera Claire 'Robinson was in Rhoda Zeigler.

, \V. M. S. SERVICES ment program. Dinner will be by Miss Jacobs' room second The"'Bivouac' I- I Delsla Mae Raulerson was absent Jacksonville Saturday. -
} Reading : of the
! ''j f\ THIS WEEK largest number was won by Miss DoveI
nerved at 0:30. Dead" Ivan >ponholtz ninth Monday. Marie Ttson motored to Lawtey To 'a morning
! : Miss Myrtle Oils Crump will Olive Ray's room. The prize was grade' Carolyn Keene and Nettle Lee Sunday afternoon. would like to be a morning dove

j t The Woman's Missionary SoH give Information about the soletys a bowl of gold fish. ax "Youth and War"-Robert 'I Baty had a birthday Monday. To live, to fly, to playI -

il clety: of the Methodist church ,observed : new national headquarters Mrs. J. M. Alvarez' chairman tenth grade.. Chapman Edythe Jones celebrated her We all were very glad to have would stag my song of love
'
II'k J. this week as a week 'of building, now. nearing completion of school health, made a fine report "Blue Plus Gray Makes Khaki"A. I birthday Friday afternoon with a a half holdlday Friday. Only a And be pleasant all the day.

r I'. prayer for missions, and the offering at Omaha, Nebraska. Local members of work done. "Old and New W. Anderson.Our party. week until Thanksgiving. Elena Prather.

- ii will be sent to help Ewha Col- have been invited to witnessthe Books for Young People," was a Nation's .

i1?;, leffe'In Seoul Korea and Mac- dedication, which Is expected paper read by Mrs. T. J. Alder- Members of eleventh war time eongs-
and
twelfth

:t,'1 Tuesday afternoon the subject was members to Omaha next June. per concerning. reading matter for Talk: "Peace"-Prof. Gray. By

}'3:I' 4'The Lord My Refuge." Mrs. T. children. "' .

i Olsen led the. meeting and was as- BIRTHDAY PARTY GIVEN A committee to investigate how BABY TORNADOES LOSE 1 wM4c" ReO. "bO 1. To tWS N. ". ",,,"'600,
.
I J many underprlviledged children To 'welts TMs. Sc&f 8.\.0"".
-
'If TO LAWTEY HURRICANES MaGfLr ", .
Mrs. W. F. Jones entertained should have free lunches, was composed .ne-CReeu'AMO \Ie! CRIA.utf6! 01.0

P1. by Miss Madge Middleton, -, as wt, oseo 0, Levi aeo c.nuMaut
N pVEh Friday afternoon
WORN from \three to Mrs. R. F. Demorest and Mrs H. (By Lester Schnell.) y lhs.6aoes GaSva art co"aFao, +
: 1 six o'clock In her hornet honor After holding the Baby Tornadoes --- Pert T.Me pas.ef

{. N ERVES ot her granddaughter, Edyeth C. Ritch. to a scoreless tie here a few + r: .... Cll.f.Jo01.0 1'L\ $:;t

k' Jones, who celebrated her eighth weeks back, the. Lawtey Hurricanes "'P" Scp wo Aso e s.-y;
' SEVENTH GRADE NEWS'
birthday on Armistice day smothered them under a 13- THtaa sNe .I r A

1'1 Red, white and blue decorations 0 score here Wednesday Lawtey thane, et i Is Doom. cwM
,
The seventh grad.,had a fine debate -
f Wire arranged about the home and showed up best 'on' long end runs. re tvtR Ie1 j
Monday In history class. The DkRt.
\\'J) t during the afternoon games and Several of these netted from twen- Pa+re vo., aria 6itA5S' '"
question was, resolved, that "Eng- Ta.t T
itju{ contests were enjoyed. Later in ty to thirty yards. The Hurricanes wets rwo
land Had a Right to Tax America. / %
Y' the afternoon the showed WMAT DI TEUYA ..
,,' young guests The judges gave the decision, and a great Improvement since NwNRrMR'' R ,
.' were invited into the dining room. the affirmative won. We wish to the: previous game. D\ONT I TCUVAHO gW.M TRE SPT -

\.'D\,, \ The table was centered with a Austin scored a touchdown and >T ?
(
have another one later and would f
'1 large birthday Cake decorated In extra point for the Hurricanes, / '' ttEuttR FAas. '
like to have Mr. Gray visit us at ,
:. the national colors. The hostess' while Phillips scored the other. 11s JOST lotW

'..". grandmother assisted by Mrs.. L.F. that time. NuMut

'.. Smith, served cream and individual { SIXTH GRADE MARTHA BROWNLEE AND

.i.1 rN cakes topped with the A. E. WALL ENTERTAINMiss

American flag. The flags were
Mrs. Carrie Ritch is the room
the favors given. Martha Brownlee and Mr.
mother for Miss Jacobs' sixth
'I'. this A.. E. Wall Jr. entertained '
Enjoying
happy occasion a num-
grade. The sixth grade gold fish i
with the hostess who ber of friends with dance Fri-
was eight a =
is died while visiting Miss .Pansy .
UP TO your ears In worevery \',- old a e e
N.
years were: T. and Tommie' Cone. Lora Frazee was elected day night.celebrating homecoming,
nerve at high tension. Rltch, Mary Bell Howard Edward I and the results of the game.
class
j No wonder you at the wife reporter
snap
iY'' and bark at the children. Howard, Francis Overstreet, Ruth > Dancing was enjoyed throughout .

, 'i Watch oat Overworked Wyman, Marguerite Lowry, Leonard NINTH GRADE NEWS the evening and punch and 9i.

nerves may lead to >Sleepl_ Smith, Billle Smith, Othma -- cookies were served. Those pres- _

C neks. Nervous Headache Nerroos Haynes, Jr., Carolyn Keen, Dor- The Freshman class is still a little ent were: Misses Hope and Kath- ( !

j Indigestion and a Moat of othy Boulware, Eloise Hayes Ruth green, but we hope that these ryn Haynes, Dot,;:'Rltch Peggy "C .

ether unpleasant disturbance McCelvla, Hazel Fields, Mack early frosts will change that characteristic Turnbull Lois Long Lula Red- \
} don Dr. Miles'Zferveuent
Why t try _
yon Nervine Tablets Futch, Jack Halle and Grace color. grave, Kitty Hogaed Lois Adklns,

Just one In a half glass of Green. -' Two more pupils have been en- Bunnie Canova Lillian Sternberg,

water makes a pleasant, spark- > rolled In the ninth grade. We surely Vera Claire Robinson, Martha

Bug drink delightfully soothing lIARTIIKICKLITEIt' HAS will need more class rooms next Powell Genevieve Kenly, Margaret '

'T- to over-taxed nerves. BIRTHDAY PARTY year if our enrollment increases.. Williams, Hazel Adklns and :Tr :

Dr. Miles' Nervine b now Martha Brownlee: :Messrs. Eld- : *

wade in two forms-Lbruid and Mrs. E.: L. Biggs entertainedwith SOPHOMORE NEWS redge Robinson S. R Johns, John .
Effervescent Tablet. Both have
,1 a birthday party Monday af- :tAman[ Glen Wood, Julian Peek,
the soothing effect
same$1.00 at your drug storeNERVINE ternoon in honor of Martha Kick- Tommy Cason went to ),Iacelenny Harry Tyson, Milton Brownlee,

w liter, who was five years old. Sunday. Robert Chapman, Mac Davis, Jim- -

A merry time was had by the Sidney Hershfleld was visiting my Moore, Billy Parker, Jack t1 41

young hostess and her friends in friends in Daytona Beach Sunday. Smith and Heywood Williams of -

playing outdoor games, and late Gainesville.

in the afternoon, Mrs. Biggs as- Macclenny Walter Dykes rilE Foiltfo tcrllc.- '

Vii! sisted by Mrs. D. A. Montieth, Miss plans to erect building to house Leeaburg K-B-H Company _

Peggy Turnbull and Miss Marjorie lunch and cool drink stand: moved to larger quarters.




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f Serving wore Mrs. J. M. Mitchell c r e Mrs. O. P. Raymond, I Edwards.
Lake City spent the week-end in lie Lines of the University of Flor. and Mrs. L. A. Davis. Prizes were who also conducted the business I We are very glad to report that

Starke.Mr. Ida in Gainesville, spent the week awarded Mrs. Joe Hoover for meeting. Two new members were I i Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Brantley will

Bits of I end with Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Robinson. scoring high Mrs. O. L. Haynes received. Most of the afternoonwas return to their home here this week

and Mrs. 1. M. Gray of, for making second and Miss Lucille spent in sewing for the bazaarto after spending several months in

Gainesville, were visitors In Starke: Mitchell holder of low. be held Dec. 9th. All circle members Georgia.Mr. .

Monday. I Mr. and Mrs. George A. Taylo1and The guests for the evening who are requested to contribute Harry and Leo Edwards also -
local Nev sons, Andrew and Billy npenl t were members of the Twentieth something for this bazaar. attended the funeral services of

Mr*. E. E. Canova and Miss Sunday in Gainesville with Mr. Century club and friends were: Refreshments were served by the Mrs. Klzzy Prevatt Sunday after.

Mary Canova spent Friday after Taylor's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Beasley, Dr. I hostess. Those present were: Mes- noon.
Concerning Our People Business and noon in Gainesville with relatives. A. Taylor and Mrs. E. L. Biggs Dr. and Mrs. I dames Q. P. Raymond, F. B. Johns, .

vf the County and Town. H. B. McLendon Mr. and Mrs. D. R. A. Newsom R. J. Davis, J. E. NO TRESPASSING SIGNS
Progress Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Ray, of Dun A. Montleth, Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Wilson, W. L. Wall, J. L. Silcox,
Mr.
George Flynn of Manning,
S. C., is spending several days in .d in, and Rev. L Q. Ray of Gree I Stump, Mr. and Mrs. N. Sternberg, C. A. Knight and H. S. Long.A If you have property to be pro-
---------- -------------- Cove Springs were guests Wet- Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, Mr. special. meeting will be held at tected from hunters and fishers,
OOOO oaoa' E.3rocaQ.acaOO''O': : ::' O e Starke with his family.
nesday and Thursday of Mrs. J., and Mrs. J. C. Robinson, Mr. and the pastorlum Dec. Bth to complete we have what you need. "No Tres
\\\TIIER REPORT Mr. and :Mrs. Felton Varnadoe W. White and other relatives.. Mrs. D. P.:Carpenter, Mr. and Mrs.T. plans for the bazaar. passing" signs, five cents each;
Dr. C. D. Whitaker of the State
spent Tuesday in Jacksonville.Mrs. T. Long, Mr. and Mrs. H. C 29 for $1, at the Telegraph office
I w compiled by Starke branch, : Farm was the guest of Mr. and Rev. and Mrs. Billington of New Rltch Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Andrews AIXEN-MARCOTTK i "

IT. 8. Forestry Service. Mary Dial and laughter, Mrs. G. W. Alderman Sunday.Mr. I'York and Rev and Mrs. J. H. Jen Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Knight Mr. Apopka Gillen McClure contemplating

! ending Nor. 13. 1932. Nell: of Jacksonville, were guests ner of Boston, were guests of Dr and Mrs. J. E. Wilson, Mrs. R. F. Mr. and Mrs. George Marcotte erection of store build
?Meek Max. Mta. Preclp Sunday of Mrs. W. H. Green. and Mrs. H. C. Wall spent and Mrs. G. P. Raymond on Saturday Demorest Miss Madge Middleton have announced the marriage of Ing on lot between Channpney
69 68 Sunday in Gainesville with Mr. and their daughter, Lena Mary, to Mr.
'01. 9 and Mr. Fred Vining. The club Store and new filling station.
W. 10 68 38 Mrs. T. J. Griffin and Mrs. A. S. Mrs. S. T. Dell. prizes for making high were presented Francis Charles Allen on Thurs

w. 11 78 41 .03 Crews spent Monday in Jackson. Mrs. D. T. Clark of Miami, arrived Mrs. E. L. Biggs and Mr. day Nov. 10. The wedding took Winter Garden-Number of improvements
W. 12 87 39 ville. dinner Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wall were Thursday and Is spendingseveral O. L. Beasley, for scoring low to place In Lake Worth, home of the made In Foster's Ser ( '
of Col. and
guests Thursday
ev.13 03 31 days with her parents Mr. Mrs. H. B. McLendon and Mr. D. I bride. vice Garage, Northeast Park and
67 33 Mrs. D. E. Knight was a recent Mrs. Spangler in St. Augustine.Mr. i iIIAKTSnURG
v.14 and Mrs. N. D. Walnwrlght. Mrs. A. Montleth. High guests prizes I Canton Avenues.
o'. 15 76 45 guest of Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Mainesin Clark will spend ,homecoming in were given Mrs. T. T. Long Mr.J --
Total rainfall for week .03 in. Lake Butler. C. D. Shank of Moneta, Va., Gainesville. E. Wilson and Mr. Fred Vining. I NOTU'H Of ."'1'1.'">%TIO" KOIIr
.
arrived Sunday and is-visitlng relatives \\ 1111:1':"
in Notice la lierel.y. jrlven, that Nell
Mrs. Nellie Martinez: and son, J. Mrs. D. E. Knight and Mrs. H. Starke. Miss Hazel Adkins and Miss CIRCLES OF BAPTIST Miss Virginia nrant ley, Cor. II. Nollninn, holder of tax certlflc, ,
Monday In Jacksonville. V. Knight were In Gainesville Wed Beverly Cady returned to the F. S. W. M. S. MEET No. 471. 7th day of Juiv. A. U. USII,
spent
Mr. A. H. Hall, baby Sharon and ha* riled aald certificate In my office f
'- nesday. W C. in Tallahassee' Sunday after and made application for tax
Mr. Thomas O'neal was visitinghis
and Mrs. W. J. Eppersond Mrs. L. S. Hutto, spent Wednesday noon. They were accompanied to Circle No. 1 of the Baptist W. deed to lamia Ihernon In aooordan1.
Mr. in Jacksonville niece Mrs. J. E. Andrews Saturday with Inw Huld. imrlltlcate. nmhraoesllm
shopping.Rev.
Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Shank and M. S. was entertained by Mrs. E.
; lira. Dale Vansickel were vlsl- Lake City by Mrs. Cady and afternoon.Mr following dvHcrlbeil property. .lt-
rs in Jacksonville Tuesday daughter, Betty Lewis spent daughter Miss Beatrice Cady Of C. Priest Monday afternoon at her Prevail u nt ml In Ktadford county Flurldn,
Klczy
Ray Garrett of Louisville, to-wlt-:
-- -- Thursday and Friday in Jackson Jacksonville.Mr. home.A Lota B, *, I 8), 10, niot-k
The many'friends of Mrs. Klzzy 11 LlvlnaKton <-
Ky., the of Mr. and Mrs.
was
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Quigley spent ville with friends. guest variety of garden flowers were Trubv and Co. .. adIltton\ I..
H. L. Brownlee Saturday. Prevatt of Lawtey were saddenedto Htaik..In Win of NB't Sao. 11M,
used hostess in Twp
the decorating
by .
jesday and Wednesday In Jack. and Mrs. P. F. Maguire and hear of her death, which ocpur- ell.n.29 roo +
nvllle. Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Johns and ---- daughter, Sue, of Orlando are expected her home for the meeting. Mrs. The aaH...HiTHMil of said propart\ i
red about three hours after she
Milton Brownlee, Jr., of the XT ot I under, th.. aald rortlflrntn laativdWBM
of Lake Butler J. M'Browt.lea leader of the circle
George spent :
for two weeks
son
------- Saturday a .
F., in Gainesville, spent the weekend was taken sick at her home Saturday In the naiiia of P. J. learrUnlrxa ..
Mr. L. A. Reynolds o( Raleigh, Tuesday with Mrs. Johns' parents, visit with Mrs. Mngure's: parents, lead the devotional and presided morning, Her friends maid cfitlfk-Hln shall be r..-
and W. H. Green. with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. the business session. Plans many deemed. aui-ordlnir to law, tax. deed
Mr. Mrs. during
Mr.
C.,spent Sunday In Starke with I Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Darby.
J. M. Brownlee.Mr. and relatives were grieved very will Uaua thereon on the 19th day I
stives. and Mrs. Maguire will attend were made for an all day meetingto much over her death. The funeral tif )liveomhpr 1ptliilay1of\ : l
-- Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, Miss Lois Ad- homecoming In Gainesville. : be held at the home of Mrs. W. 1'.h.1t thin Nitv"ml>'-i .
services were conducted by A. n. l'J.12.
!lira W. L. Wall and Mrs. H. C. dns, and A. Z. Adkins Jr., motored Crawford Old of Baltimore, --- -- J. Epperson Dec. 6th, at which Rev. Crawford at Dyal cemeteryat O. W. AL11KRMA.V,
after Md., Is visiting his uncle and aunt. time: final will be Clark of Circuit Court. 1
Gainesville arrangements
ill spent Tuesday In Jackson. to Tuesday Dr. and Mrs. Geo. H. Lowry; .
3:30: o'clock Sunday afternoon.Mrs. Jh'.lro.1' > ,
11 '
Mr. and Mrs. A. t'ounty' loc'd"NOTirN
Judge George in made for the bazaar to be held in
He noon. spent Tuesday and Wednesday Pearl Andrews and Miss U.I8.6t.ta.au.
Gardiner. n this: month. Mrs. W. R. Clark ofNew
St. Augustine where they attended
Virginia Brantley attended the Ol" ,1NPI.Ift17'IO.V ..'01&
\Era. N. b. Wainwright motored Mrs. 0.. L Beasley, Mrs. L. A. the Synod and Women's Syn York who is spending the funeral of Mrs. Klzzy Prevatt Sunday 'rA:\; DI':lan
Gainesville Thursday and spente Davis, Mrs. E. L. Biggs Mrs. Edward Mrs. W. H. Nollman left Wed odical of the Presbyterian Church, winter in Starke was added to the I afternoon. Notice I i. hereby given, that tay
: :
and Mrs. Gertrude nesday for her home in Sebrlng membership Hat. Following the H. Itlohop. holder of tax certificateNo.
Burns U. S. A., which was held at the !
day. I
e Mr. Ranee Andrews in this .
after a visit here with her mother, v I was HIH a day of August, A. {> 1B1K.
of Waldo Tuesday business the rest' of the afternoonwas .
Anderson spent Flagler Memorial Church. 'section Sunday. has filed until certificate In my or-
Jacksonville. Mrs. S. L. Hamrick. In sewing. I floe and nindo application for tax
A. Relnoehl, Misses Sophie in spent
Mr. Hugh Andrews spent Saturday deed to lint( theremIn mccordanc
id Helen Relnoehl of Jackson- Congressman R. A. Green will be Mrs. Priest, assisted by her night with Mr. Leo and Harry with Inw. !laid: reittrirnte embrace
He,were week-end guests of Mr. Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, Miss Hazel Mrs. M. C. Stith and children of master of ceremonies Friday (today daughter, Miss Thelma and Hazel the following deciUie propertY'

Mrs. E. :M. Davis. Adklns and A. Z. Adkins, Jr., spent Jacksonville spent the week-end ) at the afternoon speaking Fields served light refreshments to situated, to-wlt In: Bradford county* Florida -
Saturday in Jacksonville. Mrs. :M. here with Mrs. Stith's parents, Mr. program at the dedication of the the following: Mrs. J. H. Pitta Houth half of Northwest quarter of

Xr. and Mrs. N. D. Wainwright E. Edwards accompanied them and and Mrs. H. L. Brownlee.Mrs. government station erected In Mrs. W. H. Andrews Mrs. J. M. CENT A YORDCOLUMN T Routhwent, 8. H. 11 ISaet qiiHrtur, containing Section 110(V acre Twp..

A Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Wain- remained for a visit with relatives.Dr. Olustee by the Bureau of Chem Brownlee, Mrs. P, M. Barefoot more or !I..".. 4
William Turner and small The amieMment of ...1.1
1fbt, Jr., spent Saturday incksonvllle. istry and Soils, United State Department Mrs. J. E. Goodman, Mrs. J. H. under the said. certificate property l..uea
and Mrs. O. L. Haynes daughter, Martha Louise of Manning of Agriculture. Hundley, Mrs. S. O. Lewis Mrs. wee In the name of A. M. William.
S. C., were the week-end Unlemi call certificate shall be r.-
Misses Sarah and Georgia W. M. Mundy Jr., Mrs. J. B. SaPP.
Hope --- FOR SALE-*-Fat young Thanks deemed. according law tax deed
!Mr. and Mrs.. J. D. Doyle and Kathryn Haynes and 0 t h m a guests of Mrs. George Flynn. Among those attending the funeral Mrs. Joe Edwards Mrs. W. R. giving turkeys. See J. 8. Austin will Iseue thereon on the nth day i

je Florence Gill visited Mr. W. J. Haynes, Jr., spent Sunday after of Mr. Manly Luck In Green: Clark Mrs. W. J. Epperson Mrs. ,.,Lewtey. Fla. It' of Dated December. thin.. 11th A. D.day 1AM of Nov.mber_ ,
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Canova and
yle at the Florida Military noon In St. Augustine. with rela- Cove Springs Sunday afternoonwere A M. Darby and Mrs. Morgan ,. A. 1>. 1093. {9
.jdemy in San Jose Sunday. ives. daughter Mary Anne of Gainesville : Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Davis, Ida Darby. FOR KENT-Cottage, 5 rooms 0. ,v. ALDERMAN,
(Seal) Clerk of Circuit Court, '
with Mr. Canova's
spent Sunday Lulu and Marjorie Davis, Mr. and Circle No. 2 of the Baptist W. bath; East Starke cottage, two- Bradford County Florida.11.1A.et1hie. .
I!\ D. Thomas of Waycross, Ga., Mr. and Mrs. G. W Marks and mother, Mrs. E. E. Canova.. Mrs. J. M. Mitchell Miss Lucille M. U. met Monday afternoon at 3 story 6 rooms, bath, Walnut .

.et. C. H. Fowler of Blackshear, daughter, Marjorie, of DeLand, Mitchell Mr. E. S. Matthews and o'clock with Mrs. W. H. Perkins. street. J. W. Morgan. It Norirn ov AVpr.ioATiov roii I
i, former residents of Starke will spend the week-end with Mrs.Marks' Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Demorest, Dr. II. B. McLendon. Nine members were present.The 'r.\x unionNotlc. -
I FOR RENT Attractlve furnished In liaraby given, that Ova
Miss Vera Claire Robinson and -
.
_
en here Tuesday on their way parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. ..... devotional was opened witha A. tlrant, certificateNo.
auiesvllle/ to attend the annual M. Darby and will also attend Eldredge Robinson spent Saturday: scripture reading by the circle rooms and apartments. Pleasant ; 808, 7th day ortJJ A. O. 1090,

tOng of the New Hope Baptist homecoming in Gainesville Satur in Jacksonville. leader, Mrs. L O. Powell. Prayerwas surroundings. Apply Mrs. S. F.* flee hA.' fllad and made laid certificate application. In for my tax of-
Hamrick S. Walnut street. It
into. I ci deed India thereon In accordance
day. offered by Mrs. G. W. Alder to
Mrs. Dale Vansickel left Wed [ with law. Raid certificate. ambracan.
------ FULL STOCK POLAND CHINA the i
for Gainesville to man.After o
101iI'ifra0"JIntr
nesday spend a short business session SOW to bred to Hampshire altuatail : ;. Florid -
homecoming with friends and relalives. m .*, to-wiu '
the afternoon was spent sewing on boar also' full stock Hampshire Why of Lot S *. All of Lot I of
articles to be presented at the bazaar male sell nik. 7 Town of Lawtay West of
SPECIALFRIDAY MRS IIAMRICK ANR MRS. December 9th. cheap or swap Railroad H'o, U, Twp. t 8. U. II
The W. M. S. of the Methodist EPPERSON HONORED on for medium size bacon hogs. N. Bait.Tha.
The hostess, assisted by Miss D. Wainwright 11.18.2t'SOME aiaaaaamant of call property
church will hold a business meet Eunice Perkins served and under tha laid certificate I : lemiea was
cocoa
Ing Monday afternoon, at three unusual but the In the name of Mamie Lou ndwatd.Unleee ..
Very lovely was
Collection REAL ESTATE BAR.
THRU THANKSGIVINGWe sandwiches to those present. said certificate shall be redeemed
o'clock, at the churchMrs. surprise birthday Wednesday evening for the afternoon was $1.09. GAINS-Three lots west of the according to law, tax deed a

when Mrs. W.: H. Nollman, Circle No. 3 of the Baptist W. M. Courtesy Service Station; my old of will December Issue thereon, A. P.on 1981.the 19th day
Lamlra Murden spent Tues of Sebring, and Mrs. Dale Van : S. met at the home of Mrs. J. H. home place on North Cherry Dated this 7th day of NovenA.r,

have everything for Fruit Cake day and Wednesday in Jackson slckel, of Beverly Bile California Lord Monday afternoon with. ten street; my present home on A. I>. 1033. O. W. ALDKBMAX,
vllle with Mr. and Mrs. W P. entertained In honor of their mothers members present. South Thompson street. See W. (Seal Bradford of Circuit Court

Randall.Mr. Mrs. Sarah! L. ,Hamrick and The devotional was led by the E. Daugherty. 11-18-31. It-lH-St-ll-U. County Florida.
Vanilla, Banana, Mrs. W. J. Epperson, whose birth
Extract Lemon Bot.,,5c Paul Knight and Mr. Charles days came in the same, week. Their Mil

Larsen, Jr., of the U. of F., were neighbors of Walnut and Lafayette

Nutmeg, Ginger; 5 recent guests of Col. and Mrs. D. streets were the guests on this

S Spices Allspice, Cinnamon C E. Knight.Mr. happy occasion.
The honor guests were completely

and Mrs. C. H. Nasworthyand surprised when the company began
Potatoes 10 pounds - -- -15c Mrs. G. H. Meadle motored singing "Happy Birthday to lip lopGrocery

to Jacksonville Sunday and spent You" and they were escorted to a .

the day with Mrs. Willie Petersonand long table which was covered with

Lettuce, 2 hard heads15c daughter, Mary. an a Irish large lace bowl cloth of chysanthemumsand and centeredby ry

Friends of J. B. Florrld, a former roses, and at each end of the
Apples (eating) dozen 20c I resident of Starke, will be gladto table was a large birthday cake on
i learn that he has recovered which burned tiny candles In rosebud -
( from a recent illness at .his home holders. At each place was a FRUIT CAKE PILLSBURY BEST FLOURMATERIALS

Crits-Meal,10 pounds -lSc I in Orlando; pink and white rose shaped basket

of mints holding a place card for '

Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Moseley had each guest. As favors the guestswere 241bs. The; 98 lbs. -$2.35'
-15c .
Cranberries (fresh) Qt. aa.dinner guests Sunday Mr. and given horns and lollypops. ;

Mrs. Fred Gordon and daughter of Mrs. Vansickel and Mrs. Noll CITRON PEEL

Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. Emory man sang a humorous song to the ORANGE PEELLEMON Potatoes I Irish Best 10 Jb 15c

Raisins (seedless) 2 for15c I Wall, son and daughter of Ohio. honorees Mrs., the Nollman.song being.After composedby much PEEL s. 1 l

Miss Mary Canova and Miss Aggie merriment and opening, the gifts, PINEAPPLECHERRIES k

Flour 24 pounds - 55c Bush Johnson of Hawthorn returned Ice cream and cake was served. Onions,41bs. - - 1 lOc
to F. S. W. C. in Tallahassee The song composed by Mrs. Noll- -
Sunday afternoon. They were man was sung to the tune of Su- GINGER ,

(Tomatoes (No. 2 cans) 4 for 25c[ E.accompanied E. Canova,to Mr.Lake and City Mrs.by F.Mrs.A. wannee River. MINCE DATES MEAT Best Bacon, Ib. - 7c ,

Canova and daughter Mary Ann. MR. AND MRS. I- J). VINING

Grape-Juice pint bottle - 15c ENTERTAIN FRIEND RAISINS Lard 3 Ibs. 21c I-
returned to
Miss Evelyn Stump FIGS - -
,the F. S. W. C., in Tallahassee The outstanding social event of ,

PumDkin (large cans) 2 for 25c days Sunday with after her parents spending, Mrr several and the Mr. week and Mrs.took L.place D. Friday Vining, when were Pure Creamery Grits or Meal 10 Ibs. - I 15c '

Mrs. F. F Stump. Mr. and Mrs. host and hostess to their friends at .

Stump, Misses' Marjorie and Evelyn a "house warming", given in the I'I Butter lb. 23c ;
can19c -
[Cranberry Sauce per Stump accompanied her to Bald- afternoon and evening at their Salt,2for f 5c
iwn. lovely home which has just been -


[Fruit Cake ((1/ lb. ready mix.) 45c Miss Mrs.Nancy C. R.Clarke Clarke, and and grandchildren daughter, completed las Quantities attractively of roses arranged and poinset-in bar I' Sugar! 10 lbs 47 Rice, Whole Grain, 5 Ibs.15c

Jimmie Alice and Ruth keta; and bowls decked the large

Almond-Brazil Nuts lb. 20c Click and MJas! Dorothy Cook, all living room, while baskets filled,

of Orangeburg, New York, arrived with yellow and white chrysanthemums -' JIfrshei/8 Flour True Love 24 Ibs. .. r r 55c
to effectively used In the' ,
In this city Wednesday were ,
Walnuts! lb. 25c spend the winter. They are occupying dining room. ,' COCOA r

the cottage of C. J. Powellon Contract bridge was enjoyed Ini; Octagon Soap 10 f for .: 25c
-
Laura street. the afternoon and evening and the ,
Hershey Chocolate for. 1Sc color scheme of the national colors, lib I can - I5cCOCONUT

Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Epperson red, white and blue was carriedout TOMATOES 4 No. 2 cans __ ___ 25c
reunion at their In the tallies, wrapping of the ,..
t 2 5c I held a family I refreshment TALL CAN MILK ____ 5c
a t !packages : KIngsley Lake cotage on Armistice gifts, nut cups and n -- --- -- -- -

I Day the occasion also being The favors were miniature Ameri- I PEACHES, 2 No. 2 1-2 cans 25c
---------------
Mrs. Epperson's birthday. Those can flags. I t 2nkus.15c
'
UIivefqj sue) QI.OM 30c I present were! Mr and Mrs. ILL The players for the afternoon PUMPKIN 2 No. 2 1-2 cans .___ _______.___ 25c
Epperson and children Betty were: Mrs. R. F. Demorest Mrs. -

i and Ray, Jr., Mr and Mrs. W. J. E. :M. Johns, Mrs. O. L. Haynes I PINEAPPLE No. 2 J.2can. ISe
Jr., Dr. and Mrs. R. M. Mrs. H. H Tuong Mrs. T, J. Alderman SWAN DOWN
Epperson
Baker. Jacksonville. ).(r. and Mrs. Mrs. H. V. Knight, Mrs Cranberry Sauce lOc-Nuts, Ib. 20c I ,
AUL'Sr and Mrs. Joe Hoover Mrs. R. J. Davis, Mrs. Cake Flour 25c '
O. A. Anderson Lawtey I Lettuce 2 for
15c Ibs.
Dale Vansickel, Beverly Hill, E. S. Matthews MiM Madge Mld-. -Grapes, 2 .,_ ,. 15ctY to

California dleton and Miss Lucille Mitchell.


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PAGE SIX BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA FRIDAY NQVEMRg.. .1
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..... EGG CONTEST BIRDS PLANT IDLE LANDS '

yAloo. + MAKE RECORD STARTAVERAGES -
PROGRAMI
FARM
e \VRUF 10.9 EGGS Old run down fields and other
.I
The Vole of Florida"Gainesville Idle or unproductive lands shouldbe

FARMERS SECTION I Chipley Fla.-With a record planted to fast growing slash : LIVE STATE NEWSNews

4 first month's lay of 16.9 eggs the pines according to L. T. Nieland,

Fla.-Farm radio 620 pullets in the Seventh Florida District Forester, Florida Forest
|fc Conducted by Demonstration Agents talks will be broadcast at noon National Egg Laying Contest are Service. We have become too ac- of Florida In Short Paragraphs

each day next week from state radio off to a good start reports E. F. customed to owning and paying

e station WRUF. The programs Stanton, supervisor. This Is four taxes on unattractive and unpro-

...._,,_,_ .._
of Agriculture ductive lands when Just a little .a.
.... ...... L.w arms"'* presenting College eggs better than the average for Ms geeStyr --- w--a rrarrWlr" Cr 1
would restock I
workers, will be on the air from the first month In any of the six money and care ---k

WHITE HATS PROVE HOME: INDUSTRIES ADD 12 to 12:43: EST. previous contests. Production was these areas with beautiful and val- St Petesburg A thief wh today. The dynamiting

VALUE OF MILK ANDVEGETABLES TO INCOMES OF RURAL The complete schedule follows: 84.B percent for the month com- uable forest trees. broke into two vacant houses here ly) resorted to after appAVmt. \

IN DIRT FAMILIES. FLORIDA Sat., Nov. 19-Florida farm pared with 40.8 percent for the The Florida Forest Service basin Friday, left a note protesting that t been unable to fernery thJ?

News and Hints. Farm Editorial same period last year. its nurseries hundreds of thousands he could find nothing to eat, the level of a small agree lateral on cansll

Ocala, Fla.-Two white rats (By Spuds Johnson) Snapshots. Fourteen states are represented of sturdy yearling pine seed- caretaker told police. one of three developments ,

Amos and Andy for the last month Not many years ago "pin mon Mon, Nov. Fertilization In In the contest, 28 of the pens com lings ready for planting. These truck-growing area in *

and a halt have been showing Mar ey" or "butter and egg money" for Relation to Yield and Cost of Cit ing from Florida Five of the lead- are being distributed to land owners Bradenton-The first pint oftsrawberrlee end of Lake Okeechobee on the JT*

ton county people the value of milk the "old woman" was considered a rus-W. R. Briggs. Natural Con- Ing 10 pens and six of the best 10 at $3.00 per thousand which Is picked In Manatee dyke near Canal Point A
k trol of Citrus Insects-Dr. E. W. Just at the coat of production. A
and vegetables, reports Miss Tll- trivial and rather unimportant Individuals are owned by Florida county this season sold for $5 last flooded a fifteen mile a aV?
of Forest Ser-
lie Roeael, home demonstration matter by the man of the farm. Berger. poultrymen. The leading pen was representative the Friday at a meeting of the Mana It recently.
Tues., Nov. 22-Hints on Home vice will furnish necessary planting -
agent. Not so now. Scorn or, at best:, passive owned by Etherredge Poultry tee Strawberry Association. The -!
These two rats are getting a diet interest has given way to Marketing-D. E. Timmons. Farm Farm, Ashford Alabama, with 234 Instruments and assist in the $5 was donated to the SalvationArmy. Fort Lauderdale-

ef bread, bacon, and potatoes, all warm interest and welcome. For Question Box. points for 232 eggs. M. Wles- planting. Orders for trees are be- -Propoaabj to,'
they want. But Andy Is putting "the old woman's pin money" op- Wed., Nov. 23-The Growing of cholek, Jacksonville owned the ing taken now and the planting removing several hundred thou'
cubic
something over on his partner, erations have assumed a place of Coniferous Shrubs and Trees-O. second pen, the third was enteredby season begins'next month. Cocoa--Tired election officials I inlet feet of shoal at HIlIsb<.r

y Amos, for he gets In addition milk real Importance on many farms. H. Blackmon. Thrlps on Roses Pinebreeze; Farm Callahan Interested land owners should last week came across a ballot called ough for at Pompano have bee

d and vegetables. When the demonstration Farm women are helping to sup- and Chysanthemums R. Wat- Fla. Other Florida entries in the get in touch with their District which appeared to have been States November 18 by \rill, ?,
first 10 C. B. Davidson Au- Forester whose office Is located in engineers at Jacksonvffl
; began Amos weighed 3 plement the farm Income In many son.Thurs. were placed in the box at Rockledge
more than Andy. ways. In addition to raising ., .Nov. 24 Preventing burndale Sunny Bank Farm, Mandarin Gainesville regarding planting, fire Commodore A. H. Brook chair
grams without being marked. At the bottom
Winter Losses of Cattle-W. J. and other Welcholek protection, care and managementof man of the Inland navigation
entry.
In a few days Andy with his I chickens and selling eggs, growingand was this notation: "I do not trlct du.
{ Sheely. Control of the Hickory their forest lands. The serviceis announced. The shoal
milk and vegetables, weighed more sell Ing'garden vegetables and Two of the Davidson birds were believe In win v
I
Twig Girdler on Pecans-Fred W. free, and In addition the Flor women voting, so refuse removed to facilitate this
the Individuals. Other ,
than Amos. At the end of a month fruits, they are canning and preserving leading to mark this ballot. WInter'southbound ,
Amos weighed 72 grams but Andy / products of the farm and Walker. Florida birds among the leading ida Forest Service Is spending dollar movement of yacht
Fri., Nov. 23-A Study of Egg 10 were owned by Welcholek, Sun- for dollar with the land owners to Miami and the Florida
t had jumped to 138, a gain of six selling them; they are making Miami Florida State Sena Ken
Prices-Norman R. Mehrhof. ny Bank Farm, and J. A. Dinkins, In plowing fire breaks and protect- Brook said the Inland route
times as much as his partner. At craft articles such as baskets tor John W. Watson who besteda I nm
Is In shape for
and decorations and Bonifay. ing timber lands from fire. traffic along th.
the end of six weeks Amos had rugs, novelties Republican opponent In his
gotten up to 80 grams, but Andy selling them. And by so doing lights are being used this year. for re-election married race I I entire route and that work of fII
Tuesday
was almost twice as large weigh- they are adding to the farm In- HINTS TO HOUSEWIVES They were being turned on at 4 BUY PUREBRED HEREFORDS Mrs. Annabel Stephens Hartman larglng and deepening the chan
191 come In no unimportant or trivial ,a. m. and cut off at about 5:34.: I Del is progressing satisfactorily.
ing grams. last week. The
'rWDr;:: senator gave his I _
"And weight isn't all," Miss Roe- way.Christmas I l Weekly Demonstration -j Practically the same system of Welradale, Fla Livestock development age as 70 and that of the bride as I Fort Myers
eel tells us. "Poor little Amos Is wreaths of native Specialist Tallahassee management as used last year Is in this area was aug- 30. Reestablishing

too weak to care much about anything materials are attractive and nearly .. being followed. The birds are In mented recently with the purchaseof of an embargo on California cltro<

He hasn't much appetite always find a ready market. tine condition Mr. Stanton re 10 purebred Polled Hereford Tallahassee For the first shipments into Florida will besought

his coat Is rough and his eyes dull. Women of this county who have TIIANKSGIVING SPECIALTIES ports. Only one bird died last heifers and 1 bull from Alabama In Its history-Florida State time Col I at the by; a committee appointed

His whole attitude is one of list- I attended demonstration by the -- --- month. by George Erch of Welrsdale. Mr. lege for Women will monthly meeting here o
have "re-
leanness. But you ought to see home demonstration agent last What moistens the Up ___H____ ... Erch and W. J. Sheely extension ligious emphasis week" from a Dec. the Committee of Fifty of tin

Andy Jumping about In his cage I year made and sold several hun- What brightens the eye, SAVES ON FOOD BILL agent in animal husbandry at 5 to 12. Dr. Wyatt Hlken Smartof House Florida Association.Citrus Growers Cleariti
spry as a cricket, and always dred such wreaths. Other craft What calls back the past Gainesville, went to Alabama and H. C Canto
Emory be
ready to eat. I I I I articles on which they realized Like rich pumpkin pie? Clearwater, Fla.-A saving of selected the animals. principal speaker University The will "week"the as Fort chairman.Myers heads He and the commlttw

Little Amos Is to get a "break", profits Included palmetto baskets -Whittier 2.50 on her family food bill by .. I will be directed by a student com bers will make their other mm

however. When he has fully demonstrated -land I magazine racks pine needle' Mrs. Paul Stansbury chairman of "No nation has ever achieved i mittee headed by Miss Marjorie before the State embargo pie
to all the home demonstration !and reed baskets, trays and other The golden yellow pumpkin or cafeteria work of the local Par- permanent greatness unless this' Mackey of Pensacola. Plant Bosj .
clubs and about 300 schoolchildren I novelties. In had the cushaw, filled with the good- meeting Jacksonville soon. Tht
I I addition they ent-Teacher Association. She greatness was based on the well- -
nature stored In them embargo was in effect for
In the county that hej good sales for crystallized fruits, ness has credits this saving to the use of being of the great farmer class Jacksonville Unofficial seven!
I A returns but
this of the Au- years was rescinded last
can't grow on bread, bacon, and preserves marmalades, cakes and are year symbols the economy menus in a recent the men who live on the soil; for it I from April
tumn harvest as they were In Tuesdays general election The Committee of Fifty voted today
potatoes he will be allowed to take I other food Just Is I
products. bulletin by the State Home Dem- upon their welfare, material and indicate,
a
Republican again an
1621. Is always a embargo was
Andy's place and let the "big They are planning to do similar Pumpkin pie onstration Department, Tallahassee. moral, that the welfare of the rest will sit in the Florida of neces881'1protect to
Florida
for the din representatives. citrus from
man" see what he can do without work this year. )n fact, they have favorite Thanksgiving The bulletin "Buy Health of the nation ultimately rests."- Complete returns from sible spread of tree diseases pos

milk and vegetables. some kinds of products for sale ner. With Your Food Dollar" and writ- Theodore Roosevelt. Hendry county showed R. Everett
Since rats react to food much nearly all of the year, not just I Pumpkin Pie ten by Miss Anna Mae Sikes, ex- Burchard -
The most mistakes in Republican, apparently Tallahassee Fred C Elliott,
!
like humans It is easy to see that preceding the Christmas seas n. A common tension nutritionist, is number 69, Palmetto Manasota Packing the winner
milk ":and vegetables are not a luxury wide variety of novelties are used.It making pumpkin pies are excessive and free copies are available at Company, Inc., purchased packing Democrat over for Elbert the house.T. Stewart The trustees secretary internal and engineer for >tin

In a low cost diet, and should goes without saying that baking and over-drugging with Tallahassee. house of Overstreet Brothers. Improvement
Too much will vate was Burchard 421; Stewart fund, said the federal court order
be sure that the diet Is adequate whatever is made for sale by farm spices.! flavoring 402.

and well balanced, Miss Roesel women should be well made and destroy the original flavoring of Dade City F. A. Evans took Plant City T. W. Wagner has halted trustees' reclamation
explained. attractive. In addition the pumpkin. To prevent exces- of Oil work in Pelican Bay section of\for
to labels over management Standard took over former Ritter filling sta-
sive baking remove the pie from Weat Palm Beach-More than IS Florida Everglades. The order !It-
4 telling what the food products Is, Company station located at corner tion on Lakeland road just east of
CARLOAD OF PUREBRED Christmas seals and decorations the oven as soon as the filling has Meridian' and Seventeenth city limits; square miles Including the townof sued by the federal court at Penu

HEREFORDS PLACED ON 'can be placed on the jars preceding baked firm. Further baking is streets. Canal Point, were Inundated cola on application of the WU

OSCEOLA COUNTY RANCH Christmas. Attractive packagesare apt to cause the pie to become Day Preliminary work being along the eastern shore of Lake anington-Dover :Mortgage company
watery.To Okeechobee last week as the re assignee of Islands, Inc, South
a great aid 'selling any kind West Palm Beach Anxier done by LaFayette Welfare Com-
KlsslmmeeFla.. make the filling first mix 1 sult of a break in a lake dike. The Florida development
i
-Twenty-eight of which Co. charter company
products should be la Landscape granted recently mittee forces, preparatory to put-
purebred Hereford bulls from the packages.The cupful brown sugar, 1 teaspoonfulsalt to engage in landscaping. ting up new school house here. break in the protecting bank add which recently lost an effort In the

range lands of Texas were recently women, as usual are corning 1-2 teaspoonful cinnamon 1-2 ed to the discomfort of several state supreme court to collect:

ff- shipped to Osceola county and to the aid of the depleted fam- teaspoonful ginger, and 1-4 tea- thousand residents of the area, 21400.25 from the trustees on i

will be used in an Intensive pro- ily purse, and craft work is help- spoonful nutmeg. Add 2 cupfuls many of whom have been homelessfor claim growing out of the purchase

gram of beef cattle developmentand Ing them to make a successful effort strained and steamed pumpkin 2 several days as the result of of island property In Lake Word
improvement In the county well beaten eggs, 1 1.2 cupfuls + Do You Know ? + I flood conditions caused by recent between Palm Beach and West

'" County Agent J. R. Gunn and milk and 1-2 cupful cream. Beat I heavy,rains. I Palm Beach.

.r: Earlo Bronson, of Geo. Bronson's DIXIE GROWING CATTLE until a foam is formed on top. _
-" Ranch, went to Texas and selectedthe Line a pie plate with pastry and Tallahassee John Z. Reardonof I Tampa Three children In !the

cattle after prices of some of Cross City, Fla.-More than 173- brush the pastry over with a little Tallahassee today was re-eject Brandon School, near here, have

the best stock in the country had 000 acres of Dixie county pasture white of an egg. Pour in the pumpkin ed commander of the Florida Sons been expelled for refusal to give

been secured by W. J. Sheely, extension land Is now under fence and is beIng mixture and bake In a mod- of Confederate Veterans at the or the usual pledge of allegiance art

agent In animal husbandry. used in beef cattle production, erate oven until firm. ganization's annual conventionhere. salute to the flag, according to >

County Agent Gunn and Mr. Bron- reports County Agent D. M. Tread- Fig Pudding Leesburg was selected for report to the county school board

onwere well pleased with the cat well. L. L. Barber; local cattleman, A tasty fig pudding is fine for t the 1933 meeting. R. J. McMasterof by B. F. McLane, principal of !be.chool.

tle. recently leased 46,000 acres on topping off the Thanksgiving din- .:" .{..-, Tampa, was elected commanderof He said the children wen

j The cattle will be pastured this which he will carry 2,000 head of ner. Chop 1-3 cupful suet and, ,. AfIF.- ., the first brigade, A. H. Robertsof of one family and that when he

winter to become acclimated and cattle. In like manner J. S. Bodi- work it with the hands until ':..,' Tallahassee, second brigade andC. asked them why they did not salute -

will be turned on the range next ford and C. F. Cluxton have leased creamy. Add 1-2 pound finely p., { S. Burgess cf Jacksonville, when other children did, they)

i spring 29,000 acres. The improvement.of chopped figs. Soak 2 1-2 cupfuls ( ,- Fourth brigade. There was no selection replied their father heal ordered

permanent pastures and the use of stal e bread crumbs in 3.4 I for the third. brigade. them not to do so. When the father

r QUALITY MEAT CAN purebred bulls are outstanding cupful milk mixed with 4 well beaten ) was called to the school and

BE CURED AT HOME features of all this development, eggs 1 cupful brown sugar, a Winter Park -Rollins college questioned, McLane said, ne wu

WITH PROPER CARE :Mr. Treadwell said. teaspoonful salt, 3-4 teaspoonful hopes to teach its students how to I defiant declaring his children

cinnamon, and 1-2 cupful grated SM1 use their leisure time profitably. should never salute the flag Madding

t Gainesville Fla. Cured meatof GROWING CAYANA CANE nutmeg. Combine these two mix ,I'f Recognizing that the profitableuse later that his order to the t

superior quality can be obtained tures, and add 1-2 cupful walnuts f of leisure is a fundamental partof children was on religious and not

It a little extra care is given to DeFunlak Springs, Fla.-Cay- and 1-2 cupful raisins dredged with higher education of the present- political grounds

the curing process. according to ana 10 sugarcane is looking fine flour. Sprinkle 2 teaspoonfuls day, an investigation of the possibilities -

,. Dr. A. L. Shealy, head of the Animal in Walton county this year, reports baking powder over the mixture in encouraging students to West Palm Beach-'Two youthful

Husbandry Department at the County Agent Mitchell Wilkins. I and beat thoroughly. Turn.Into a make better use of their spare times wild swans "blew in" to We*

Florida Experiment Station There Three years ago only four buttered mold, steam 3 hours and being made through two com- Palm Beach a couple of days ago

-, are two methods of curing meat, ers in the county were farm-j serve with sauce. mittees, one representing the fac- and seem disposed to spend the

namely, the dry cure and the brine Since the state Experiment Station -Isabelle S. Thursby. (V t ulty, the other composed of stu- winter here, hundreds of mil*

r or sweet pickle method, he ex has proven Cayana resistant to dents. from their usual winter quartersThe

: plains. In each method sugar is mosaic and nematodes, and the FLORIDA PODLTYMEN WIN 'swans, according to City D*

used to give the meat the so-call county agent has conducted several IN CHICK GROWING CONTEST Eustia--Charles T. Nicholson, tectlve R. C. McCriff must have

ed "sugar cured" flavor. demonstrations this year 150. ., ,"'" .J..., well known Republican of this been blown off their migratory

t To produce good sugar-cured farmers In the county are grow- Gainesville, Fla Four Florida ""... '\ ;', city spent .twenty-four hours In course by strong winds, flnJW

hams, proper slaughtering is important ing this cane. poultrymen were recently an- :; jail last week In accordance with themselves In Florida instead

The hog should be well nounced winners in Poultry Trib- the terms of an election bet which along the Mississippi, where the

'f bled, preferably without stunning, TWO BEEVES CANNED une's national chick growing con- I:! lij' d he loet.when William J. Howey species is usually to be found Ut

and should be scalded immediately :: test. Fourth prize of $73 wentto Iii 1 was defeated in the race for governor winter. They breed in the Labe'dor
::
; In water that Is between 143 and Quincy, Fla. Two beeves were L. O. Sartieh, Oak Hill, Fla., The wager was made with district of Canada mlgrauw

,16 155 degrees F. If the water Is too recently canned here at a meet- five dollars each was won by Mary H. R. P. Miller, prominent in the In winter to the Gulf rosin *

'i' hot the hair will set and be difficult Ing of the Home Demonstration Kos Lutz, Fla., J. Charles Jami- THAT large railway companies have to maintain a permanent staff of campaign of Dave Sholtz who Mississippi and ,

: ;. to remove. Club reports Miss Elise Laffltte, son Miami and Mrs. I.. F. De tea divert They are used to Inspect the underwater. poi I would have served a similar Jail being encountered as far east u

+' As soon as the carcass is cleaned home demonstration agent. One Board, St. Petersburg.A tion, of bridges and piers owned by the companies. The photograph term It the Democratic candidate the West Coast of Florida. Their
of the beeves weighed 240 pounds total of shows a telephone equipped diver's headgear devised by Uctrloulengineers had been considered extra"
$1,000 in defeated.
it was given
A
should be cut open and the internal of the Canadian National I large and presence here is
Railways so that the diver.
dressed, and 200 pounds of this can send
was 100 prizes. Poultrymen from all i enthusiastic band of
:1' organs removed. Then the and receive messages to the sbeve-water. crew while he l Ie aubmergod. citizens ac- ordinary.
; dressed carcass should be cut Into canned. over the country'competed. F. R. It Is suggested this might be used by fishermen In sending Ms. guide companied 'Mr. Nicholson In his e -
" : shoulders, loins, sides or middlings, i Cozzens. Roxbury Ohio, won first down to see what bait flan ore taking. i march through the streets to the BERRY DANIEL KELLEY
; and hams. Juices from pickled fruits add to prize of $250: for raising 249 out :city Jail. '

{-| As soon as each piece is cut it the flavor of mince-meat and save of 232 chicks. .-- -- Berry Daniel Kelley, sttyie RaI''

,:;;>. should be covered with a thin lay- sugar and vinegar, says the New DeLa'1d-The terrific physical years old, died at his home 1 1 ID '
, ,'} er of salt. Cold storage is neces- York College of Home Economics. IMPROVE DUVAL SOILS smooth tires are dangerouson strain undergone by workers in ford last Thursday after a ,t tro*

.: sary to Insure against spoilage. 10-days.The -.---- counting: ballots l In' the larger Vo- af paralysis early \in the dS1'LJII'Butler.

$ Meat cured by either of the methods sweet Jacksonville Fla.-More than s-l-i'p-p-e-r-y roads uaia county precincts during the Mr. Kelley was born IB l1JI
)
solution Is
,' pickling 1.000 acres of summer legumes november 8 election, married wAda
1. should result
be kept In cold stor'I may in He was
made MAYBE till
!! by mixing 12 pounds of salt you've gotten by on was
age. have been turned Into the soil this voting machines being secured for in 1911. and
't 3 pounds of brown sugar (or 3 fall In Duval smooth tires while roads were use In the Sapp allot tfbOl8
county aa a of
part
; In the dry cure method for county. The counting father of six children.
every pints of syrup), 2 ounces of salt mostly dry. But look out nowlSUppery of son art
f Intensive soil votes
100 Ibs. of an Improvement program was not His four
in
meat 8 completed survive him.
' use pounds of petre, and e gallons of water In driving days are ahead. eoolldlt:
.X, according to County AgentA. some of the Hubert,
common salt, 3 ounces of pow- a tub or barrel. This amount is Your risks are multiplied. Better larger precincts until Samuel, Tison. !* a"
4. dered saltpetre, 3 pounds of sugar sufficient for 100 Ibs. of meat. The S. Lawton. change at once to sure-gripping ,Thursday morning, requiring work- and two daughters. Ceorr
; ( brown sugar preferred). :Mix meat Is new Goodyear All-Weathers. era to be on continuous duty for Mrs. :Jay Moody of starke.
packed with the skin side RaJlor
r'f these DESOTO TO PLANT SPUDS more than 48 hours. The lived \to
Ingredients thoroughly and down. In this solution. The hams They'll protect you all winter, cave purchas Mr. Kelley had .
't rub them on the meat. Pack the and shoulders are left In the solution you money on repairs and delays, ing agent for the board of county during the past thirty ye"' k
'4 meat in Arcadia, Fla. Several hun- and still be like commissioners. C. R. M. period
a wooden tub or barrel two for new for spring and Shepherd, eept for a short wbeMmoved
days each and
t' and five later pounds, dred acres of Irish potatoes will be summer. So tra.de In has been authorized to to palat .
Information
days break the pack, a ham or shoulder three four your smooth secure Us family Dd'
f.fJl: rub the mixture'again thoroughly for or I planted by DeSoto County truck tires this week) as to the price of the he was connected ..1th the
days each pound weightAfter '
1 this winter
Coun-
growers reports
4y over the meat and machine Comp7-
repack. The mark Furniture
remaining In either of the i Center -
pack be I ty Agent :J. J. Heard. They will Traction Means Safe .
I may broken five -
'!''r later. Keep the meat In the days mix number curing mixtures of days the for meat tte required Is then M be planted in December and shouldbe Belle Glade-Disputing farmers Work may start \toon zbod tlUlabOr
I' marketed before
the
\J1
ture for three days for Hastings near here dynamited a dike of the emergency airport
every one taken out and smoked over hickory section 1G0 n d'fOCB18
begins to ,
t. shipping any extent -
1 example of the hams. For wood. It Is then wrapped In paper, Florida conservatory district near ough eountTampa "-
,'1.T If the hams weigh 10 Ibs.! and put In cheesecloth bags The ... the Juncture of the Miami Canal '
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: *
'1 each keep the meat In the and Lake Okeechobe last week West Palm Beach* } g.
curing'mixture bags are covered with thick
a Lake Worth eoH
I Steps taken toward REGISTER MOTOR
CO.
tage ) .
; for SO days Side meaty whitewash made of slaked lime, Dr. William Such fifth district consider construction: --
; permanent Improvement of COlIC
',,' may be removed after a week ort and should be hung in a cool place. city cemetery. vice commander of the Florida die and ,ire plant to
I trict American Legion announced ($00.000.I ) .
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NoVEMflERj; 8, 19S BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE. FLORIDA PAGE SEVEN1

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you love your neighbor as your will have charge of the music and (Seal) Olork of Circuit Court, Dated this 2nd day of November, the time prescribed. by law Herein .
Bradford County Florida. A. D. 1932. fall not or judgment, will be ..n"ed ". -
self you must keep the second ta will be assisted by members of the U-4-St-lZ. O. W, At.DERMAN. against. you by default. '

ble." "The perpetuity of the law'I other church choirs of the town ----- --.- --- (Seal Clerk of Circuit Court. l>one and ordered at Htartce Dr.."- "
of NOTlrM Of APPI.ICtTIOX' FOR T1radtordounty, Florida. ford County Florida, thin 29th day 4 /
God by C. H. An
Spurgeon. offering will be taken for the TAX 1):1<:11 11-4-61-12-8. of October, 1932. I 'l
34. What Is said of one who needy of the community and turned Notice la hereby given that Waray -- ----.- A. Z. ADKINS '
professes to know the Lord but Corporation a F'loriht Corporation NOTI('.) OK" APPIiriTlOV FOIL Jude, E.
over to the local relief society.We .
Rtarke '
holder of tax certificate No. TAX DICED KNIOHT A KNIOHT. FlaBolloltora .
does not keep His commandments earnestly and respectfully ask 853 Mh day of August A. 1>. 1129 Notice I. hereby irlven that War- for Complainant. i
1-01m; i lamp unto my feet, nd > light unto my pOL-Pula 119105.: "He that salth, I know Him and I our business men to close their 1 ha. filed said certificate In my offloe ay Corporation a Florida Corporation lt4tl22 .
and made application for tax ,
I holder of tax certificate 1-2
All religious teaching doctrine or keepeth.not His commandments is stores and other places of businessat deed to issue. thereon tn accordancewith of No. va. 4th day of August. A. NOTICE Of APPLICATION' FOR '
brIthirbUflJr1IU .' creed U to have, claim a liar and the truth is not in 10 o'clock in order that all may law, Hald certificate embrace It. 1934 ha, filed said\ certificateIn TAX DKKI1:: :: t
they I War- ,
are any the following1 described property .lt- office and made applicationfor Notice hereby given that
love, 01 the people must be in harmony with ''I John 2:4.: him."I have opportunity to attend this uated In Bradford county, Florida, my tax deed to issue. thereon In accordance ay IIfntaa'C Florida' Corpora.tion -
y the of Jesus the Christ whose words fit Into every fold' and crevice 39. What promise Is Thanksgiving service.. Everybody' to-wlt! with law Bald. certificate holder certificate 2-7 of .-. '
8U ? SKVJ! Sec. 14, Twp. 7. 8. R. No. 818. 4th day of July, A. D. 1917
fJSSS heert and ot whom ** wa said> ta John 1:46,"NEVER MAN the willing and obedient? "If ye be Invited. 1 22 H. O containing 80 acre more or embracea ultuated the following In Bradford. d."rlb.dprop..rly county has filed .said certificate In my office

*AKE LIKE TillS MAN." willing and obedient, ye shall eat W. P. Jones, Secretary le..*, Florida, to-wlt: and made application for tax f.j
The assessment. of .said property .: deed to I..... thereon In aocordance I
8R\4 27 T B.
of M Twp.
8I&U c. '
>utars of Bradford and Union counties are Invited to uso this de- the good of the land. Isa. 1: 19. Ministerial Alliance. : under the .aald certificate issued R. 21 B. containing; 40 acre more with law. Said certificate embrace 'uj('

new of church actlvlUe, organisations and announce 36. How does God regard those was In the name of Henry Fried or lea.*. I the following described property t I .t.

rtmI t Knnce for freely given and no charge made-the only requirement who walk in His law? "Blessedare Plant City-Consolidation of At. man.Unless said certificate shall be redeemed under The the aeement. .ald. certificate of "old properly leaned ida situated In Bradford county FloriN 'ff''' j\ '

eta. such Item* reach this office before Wednesday morning the undeflled In the way, who lantic Coast Line and SeaboardAir according1 to law, tax deed Was In the name of J. Q. Weaver.ijnlees % oTaibH A BH of SWU See 14, ;j: '
,
IJUfJUg cannot be handled for current iMoe. walk in the law of the Lord." 119-: Line Railway ticket offices at will issue. thereon on the 5th. day of said certificate ahall he re- Twp. 7 8. R. II l5. containing 180 4 4acres
they December A. D. 1932. 'deemed. according to law, tax deed more or le**. (I:, (
1. union depot here, expected to be Dated. thl* 2nd day of November will l Issue thereon on the 6th day of The assessment. of aid property !;I'', .
I appreciate gifts of money but t effected about December 1. A. D. 1931. December. A. D. 1131. under the .said certificate I Issued :
I much more the gift of yourselvesand O. W. ALDERMAN, Dated this 2nd day of November. was 111 the name of Unknown. J .
SUNDAY SOIIOOl. I TIIERESSA BAI'TIST CHURCH (Seal) Clerk of: Circuit Court /0., D. 1932. trnlea said certificate shall be 11 '
lives. When those are >U'11CK OK APPLICATION FOR law tax deed '
your I Bradford County Florida o. W. ALDERMAN, redeemed according to I ,
LESSON I TAX I KKINolle : > ll-4-St-12-2. will issue thereon on the SLIt day
truly given, then material gifts (Seal) Clerk of Circuit (Court
Services will be held Saturday : In her..by irlvsn, that Bradford County, Florida. of December, A. D 1932. ,
-- will follow. 8. Bishop holder of lax NO'I'ICH OK APPI.IP TIOV FOR ll-4-5t-12-2. Dated this 2nd day of November,
--- before the third Sunday of each No. 818, fth day of Aust. A. D. LoY.1 TAX IKKI: ) .--- A. 1-'. 1932. ; l wC
| FOR NOVEMBER 20, 1930 month. has tiled .Mild cortlflcnta In Notice I Is hereby f.\\ .rJathr War- NOTIC10 OK APPLICATION! FOIl ). %V. ALDERJ.fAN. ; ,
SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST floe and made application for tax ay Corporation, a TAX ICKU (Seal) Clerk of Circuit Court
D. L. Phillips Pastor. deed tion holder of tax certificate No. Bradford County, Florida. I
to testis thereon In accordancewith !
Subject Stewardship of Money. law. KalJ certificate embrace. 71. eth day of Augiiet., A. I>. 192. ha Notice I I. hereby riven;, that War. U-4-5t-12-2. _
Golden i Text: "Take heed and 26. What Is said of those who love BAPTIST the following described property filed said certificate In my office ay Corporation, holder 0'/ a tax Florida, certificate Corporation No. ------. '

ware of covetousness: for aflA God's law "Great peace have they situated. to-wit In: Kradford_ county Florida and to I....made... thereon application In aooordance for tllX.d..d. with I 17(1( 4th day of August A. I>. 10J4 Notice I I.M"'rllllt'"hereby "given" 'LNI. that under ,

not in theunduce law and of law. Hald certificate embracea. the has riled said certificate In my office and by virtue of a final decree offnrectnaure ,
life conslstetb: who love Thy ; nothing Sunday at 10 a. m. A. J. Thomas South half of Northwest garter and mart application for tax '
Routhwect. Snrtlon 10 Twp. T, H. K.it following described property .eltuated made and rendered by
which he Psa. 119 165. deed issue thereon In accordancewith
to
of the things shall offend them. : supt. Why not come early so we East, containing SO acres more In Bradford county, Florida, to- law. Said certificate embrace the Hon. A. V. Long, Judge of the t '
esseth:' Luke 12:15.: I can school at 10 o'clock ? or IOB.. wit: Circuit Court nf the 8th Judicial ,f
18 27. What would obedience to open I The a...e...m.nt of aid. property N34 of NWW of NWV4 Bee. *11, Twp. the following described propertyp.I.tuatl : Circuit: : of Florida, tn and for A In ; 4
Lesson Text: Deut. 8:11-14: ; God's commandments have insuredto Worship at 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. under tha mild certificate I Issued 7 S. 1%. 21 !!. oon tain Ire 20 acre. to-wlt In Hrailfonl county, Florida phiia County, In Chancery during" Ic
!
9:S-1S. wa In the name of A. M. William I I more or lea*. the abaencn, of the Honorable A, Z.
Cor I
0 that thou ] *
ancient Israel? IIIWl1 1
Hl4-9r.w14..NEVS.o?
? ?
I of nalil*
m.We 0.1 UnlfHa BMlct certificate Khali be re. The assessment property A.lkln., Judge of the 26th Judicial
Introduction: hadst harkened to My command. expect to have Rev. L. deemed according: to law tax deed under the maid certificate issued E'd HWi of'NWIJ; A N4 of of SVVH SI'' !14&of N"SW'l of HW14nf Rop, circuit from the Bald 2.th Judicial '

The cod of all business should.I ments then had thy peace been as Sheffield with us for the evening will li-nue thereon on the lUtli day wa In the lIame of Unknown. In. Twp. N U. 81 U, containing 140 Circuit, dated the 20th day of Or
Unless said certificate. hall be redeemed certain .' '
King.I of December A. D. 1933. tober 1932, In that cans.therein
of Christ's .
the promotion I It a river and thy righteousness as service. All our young people Putcil this. llth day of November, aconrdlngr to law tax deed aciea more assessment, or. less.'roe of snlil, property lately pendIng between The ,
n The Christian should realize the waves of the sea." Isa.! 48:18.: come and bring your friends. A rSea). 1932. I IO. will lMi>ue thereon on the 5th day ofljccent.er under the said. certificate Issued Federal Land Bank of Columbia,
he b Cods steward in his B. Y. P. U. at 6:30 These I XV'. At1)IIflMAN. i A. n 1933. wa In the imino of Anna Mary J. Plaintiff, and Barbara. Morgan, widow j
t 28. What li another blessing at. : p. m., ( !) Clerk of flrcult t'ourt Dated thl* Sod day of November et III. Defendants, the undersigned '

ilness or whatever way he ac tending the keeping of God's commandments new organizations are keeping up Ttradfurd County Florida, '' A. n. 1932. Rcddlh.Unless said certifies.!* shell be redeemed ., who was therein appointed

Ire'ea.lth.!! Then his acqulslm ?' "The fear of the Lord their attendance well. 11-18-St-ljj-lC._ (Seal) Clerk O. W.of ALDERMAN Circuit Court: .according to law tax doedwill a* Special the Master same. will.In Chancery on Monday t"execute fr )

of money, whether by wages, Is the beginning of wisdom; a goodunderstanding' Wednesday at 7:30: p. m. wo are .NOTIIH Of APrl.l4.1'IO'l01\ Bradford County. Florida : of Oeoemher Issue thereon, A. on the 6th day the Sib day of December. 1982 dur
T4X KKK.l:: ) 1 1-4-"-11.2.. i .ld:3: Inn the legal hour of ale, before '
a-y, income from a profp..Bslon.buslne have all they that to begin the study of some bookof that live I"ateil this ,;. November Btarlce
Notice la hereby vlvvn, I the court house door In ,
., It is a good thing forman the New Testament which book certificate 1NOTH OP APPMCATIOM FOUr A. I). 1033. .. best
and
do His commandments. Psa. 111-: A. Grant, holder of tax O. W. Arr)KHMAN, Florida, sell to the highest
for God. No. SOU Tth lny of July, A. D. 1990, .\\ II'I'U' hldilor, for cash, the following da- 4
make will be selected vote of the Cleric.
to money by peo (Seal) nf Circuit Court, :
10. has filed .aald. certificate. In my of. Notice I I. hereby gIven that War. scribed; lands, Kltaute, lying and he-
t It 19 a higher thing for him tout 29. In what does the man delight I pIe. Let us put new life into our flee and made. application for tax ay Corporation a Florida Corporation ll-4.5f.18-8.Ttradford County, Florida. IngIn Biadford County Florida,
his occupation as his method mid-week service. deed to Issue thereon. In accordancewith holder of tax certificate '.19 to-wit: "A
: whom the psalmist describes as of No. 69. 6th day of August A. D.
.... law. ) aId certificate embrace The N'4 of the Smt. right-of-
tervlngf God and man, and to blessed ? "Blessed is the man that ------ ---- -- the following I descrIbed propertyeltuated 191M.! ha* filed .said certificate In myoffice :>riCH AI'IM.KIATION TAX FOIL way of the A. *4. R &I.U. Railway.
CHURCH OF tn Biadford; Flor- and made application for taxdeed UtJI1U being strip 2fl<) feet wide across.same
his accumulations so that they I I GOD county, a
walketh not In the council of the Idn. to-wit! to Issue thereon III accordancewith Notice Is hereby given, that Waray -. and the HlOVi of the NF.4. all 2!
11 I express the righteousness of ungodly, nor standeth In the way Wl oi Lot S A All of Lot 8 of law. "Maid' certificate embrace Corporation a Florida Corporation liulnw In "Hectlon' 9. Township 7 'f'' "
I ud the brotherhood of man. We the Church of God at Sax- Blk. 1 Town of Tawtey Went of the following described propertypituated holder of tax certificate No. 8. R. 20 13, containing- gores, ?
sltteth In the seat :
of the sinner nor 91. 4th day of July. A. U. 1987 has
Florida : '
Railroad. Beo. 23. Twp. ,II S. R. 29East. In Uradford county, more or l I....s.
lue lesson begins;) with advice to of the scornful. But his delightis ton want to send the sound of welcome to-wlti filed sId certificate In my offtc"l with the appurtenance Said. sale J '

Israelites by Moses just before in the law of the Lord and in across the country again. We The aiacBuement nf said I property NKVi\ of NE14' Beo. 84 Twp. 7 H. R. and .made... application for tax' I, to be made pursuant to laid decreeto p,,
; to I. thereon In accordance with '
21 40 .
IS. more or ii
under the. said certificate Issued was containing acre satisfy the snm and cost*
death, "Beware that thou for- meditate and hear the spirit as It speaks those lev law. Said certificate embraces the
Ills law doth he day In the name of Mamlu Lou Edward.*. H. K. PKRRYMAN.A !: .
Dot the Lord thy God, in notIng night" Psa. 1: 1. 2. See Rom. 7:22.: thundering words in Rev. 21-17 Unless saId certificate shall be redeemed The assessment of aald property following. described property situated : Special Master In Chancery.
"Come and let accordIng to law tax deed under the said certificate l Issued in Hiadforil county Florida to- LAYTON A OKAY 10.U.5t.lI-n.
and him that i Is athirst
his commandments 30. Why is the carnal mind enmity will issue. thereon on the 12th day waa In the name of H. J. Dowllng.Unle wit!
judgments, and his statutes, against God ? "Because the come and whosoever will let him of December, A. I). 1933. ..** said certificate shall be redeemed Kracl. SWVi Ceo.' 13, Twp. 7 8 n. NOTICKJ 01"" APPLICATION' FOItFOIt ,
command thee this take the water of life freely." Nowwe Dated this 7th day of November.A. according to law tax deed :81 B. containing TO acre more or TAX 'i
lea I day: carnal mind is enmity againstGod D. 191:1.: will Issue. thereon on the 5th day less Notice la h"r.byIv.n., that V. R.
nt t when thou hast eaten and art : for It Is not subject'to the hear our beloved Paul in his O. W. ALDERMAN. of December A. D. 19SI.D..t..d The assessment. of saId property Ferguson holder of part tax
and hast built bouses broad words as he speaks Heb. (Seal) Cleric of Circuit Court. this 2nd day of November under the said! certificate Issued tificate. i-b. 227. 6th day of 'IIr"t,
U, goodly law of God, neither indeed can be. Bradford County Florida. A. D. 1932: wa In the name of Wm. K. Yar- A. D. 1999 has filed said certificateIn
d dwelt therein; and when thy Rom. 8:7.: 2-3 "How shall .we escape if we ll-ll-It-lS-9. O. W ALDERMAN borough.Unless. my office and made applicationfor
nla and thy Hocks multiply and negslect so great a salvation" (Seal) Clerk nt circuit Court said certificate shall be redeemed tax deed to issue thereon In accordance
31. How do those with renewed NOTKR! OF APPLICATION FOR Bradford County, Florida.II.C5t.UI. according to law, tax deed with law. Said certificate
silver and gold Is multiplied, hearts and minds regard the commandments Now what is Paul talking about? TAX DICED:: :: will Issue thereon on the) (th day embrace the following. described
Jail that thou hast multiplied: The great and noble day where we I Notice I. hereby clTen. that War. of December, A. P. 1(188.( property situated In Bradford county
of God? "For this is Dated this tmt of November,
ary Corporation, a Florida Corporation No'rlrl'J OK' APPLICATION FoIl day Florida, towlttNWM I'
en thine heart be lifted up, and the love of God that we keep Hli will all be judged. holder of tax certificate No. TAX DICED A. I). 1938. of 8WH of NEHt Sea 22, Tp. ''
iu' forget the Lord thy God Service each Sunday. Sunday 861. 4th day of Aucruit. A. D. 194. Notice I I. hereby irlven, that War- (I. W. ALDERMAN 6 H.: R. 22 East, containing 10 acre ,
Commandments: and His commandments has filed saId certificate In my office ay Corporation, a> Fiorina Corporation (Sent Clerk of Circuit Court more or lea*.
school 10
ich brought thee forth out of are not grievous." 1 a. m. Worship at 11:00: and made application for tax holder of tax' certificate 1-8 of nradford County Florida. The assessment of said property
land of Egypt from the house o'clock a. m. and 7:00: p. m. Wed II deed to Issue thereon. In accordancewith No 277, 6th day of July. A. D. 1926 11-4-Gt-U-a. tinder the said certificate lsud was
John 8:3.
: nesday at 7 m. and Friday at law. said certificate embrace has filed ald certificate In my office In the name of Urevard Properties I
bondage. 32. What Is thtf essential principle p. the following described propertyItuated and made application for tax 'Io'rl1'J Company
:n Deut. 8:7: ; 8. 9, God had said of the law of God? "Love 7:00: p. m. in Bradford county FloId deed. to issue. thereon In accordancewith The State of .Florida to John B. Unless said certificate shall b.>
law. Said certificate embrace hurst & Company a corporation. .
*) *. to-wlt redeemed according to law, tax deed Q
them, "For the Lord thy God worketh no ill to his neighbor; I WH of 8W' Sec. 25. Twp 7 8. n the following described. property whose principal place of business will Issue thereon on the list day l
ngeth thee into a good land, of therefor love is the fulfilling of PRESBYTERIANServices ; 21 B. containing 80 acre more rI situated In Bradford county, Florida I I.* Baltimore, Maryland, and Wear- of November A. D. 1932. dIP
ta-wlf Well. Corporation a corporation
of October
Ia. hated this 18th day Ii.
OILS) of water of fountains and the law." Rom. 13:10. November The assessment. of said property SE'4 of BEVt See. 81, Twp. 7 B. R ,' whose principal. place of business I I. A. 1). 11183.
pUts that spring out of valleysI 33. In what two great command I Sunday. 20, I under the maid certificate issued 22 hI.) containing 40 acre more or Baltimore' Maryland, and Craddnck- O W. ALDERMAN, di
I and 'as follows: wee In the name of Brooklyn Land lex, *. Terry Company a corporation, ((8.1) Clerk of Circuit Court,
bills; a land of wheat ments Is the law of God briefly 10 -a. Co. The assessment. of said prop.rty whoae principal place of business I Is Bradford County, Florida. .
T.
Icy and vine, and fig trees, and summarized ? "Thou shalt love the m. Sunday school S. I. Unless. said certificate. shall. be redeemed under the aald certificate Invuedwaa Lynchburg, Virginia: ) You, and each 10-81-61-11-18 iir.o'ritie
land of oil olive Williams acting supt. according1 to law, tax deed In the name of Hampton TieTimber of you are hereby notified that a
'graaates; a Lord thy God with all thy heart CoUnle suit has been brought asalnt '
11 a. m. Morning worship ser will issue thereon on the 5th day of youIn OF vii UlSFIIAIICiH !I
honey; JC land wherein thou and with all thy soul and with all December, A. D 1933.I' ** .ald certificate! hall be redeemed the Circuit Court of Bradford Sixty day after date hereof on U
t eat bread without scarceness, mon by the pastor. "Come let us Dated this 2nd. day of November aocordlnir to I..w.. tax' deed County Florida In Chancery, by to-wlti; the 29th day of November 'j
thy mind. This is the first and worship and bow down." I' A. D. 1933. will issue thereon on the 6th day of Bank of 8tarke, a corporation organised 1992, I the undersigned Administrator '
u shalt not lack any thing. greatest commandment. And the a. VT. AT-DERMAN December, A. D. 1932. and existing under: and by I of the Kntate of Horace Mabry I
6:30 p. m. Christian Endeavor, Clerk of Circuit Dated thl* 2nd day of November virtue of the law of Florida, wherein
!AU our abilities and gifts are (S..a1)) Court deceased will present my voucher; ,
second Is like unto Thou shalt
it. topic Our Blessings, Psalm 145. Bradford County, Florida. A. D. 1922. the relief. sought I. the foreclosure and final l account a* such Admlnta* ,
111 God for which we should be love thy neighbor as thyself. On lt.4-5t-12-. Q. W. ALDERMAN. of mortgage. over the following trator to the Honorable Men. A.Oardlner ,
(Thanksgiving worship program). (Seat. Clerk of Circuit Court described to-wltt ,
mbly thankful. The rich and ther all ) property County Judge In and for
these two commandments
hang Leader Lucille Mitchell. NOTICH 0V APPI.K-ATIO1: FOIL Bradford County, Florida. 'I Lot 17. 18, 19 and 20 of Block Bradford County, Florida, and *.K
are alike dependent on God. the law and the prophets." Matt. 7:30 TAX UF.F.D ll-4-5t-12-2. 14 accord Inw to the lUnacy .survey for his approval nf ame and my
I our blessings are gifts of unnerved 22: 37-40. p. m. Evening worship song Notice I Ie hereby. given that War. I of Hampton, Florida also beginning discharge a* such Administrator.'
and sermon. ay Corporation, a Florida Corporation NO.I.I.J Of APPLICATION FOIl 165 yard east' of the NW corner This 80th day of September, 1932. ii'
blessings. The lesson Note.-"Does any man say tome holder of tax certificate No. TAX DICED:: of Nfc'/i of NI3V4 l In Mectlon 80, MILLER U JOIIN8
ntlnues, "But thou shalt remem- 'You see then instead of the Prayer meeting on Wednesday 852. 4th day of July A. D. 1927 ha.ftl.d Notice I I. hereby riven, that War. TownshIp 7 So..lh.H"nlf" 82 East. 0-80-91-11-16. Administrator,
evening at 7:30.: Theme "God'sLoving ald. certificate In my officeand ay Corporation, a Florida Corporation thence. rnn Cast. 82 1-8 yard, thence
r the Lord thy God; for It is Heat ten commandments, we have received Kindness." mad. application for tax deedto holder of tax certificate B.I2 South 179 yards, thence Wet 88 1-8 IMOTICH TO DP.nron ANn u'
gives thee power to get two commandments and issue thereon In accordance with ::2,0'h 870, 6th day of July. A. D. yard, thence North to place of beginning ('ItF.UI'I'OHIi
A cordial invitation to all our law. Hald certificate embrace the filed said certificate; In an to which property each Notice I I. hereby given that all 11b
ilth. that he may establish his these are much easier' ? I I answer services extended to alL following described. property *ltuated my office and made application for i of you said defendant have or appear "r.diton. legatee., distributee and ij'
enant which he sware unto thy that this reading of the law is not In Bradford county; Florida to- tax deed. to lau thereon In accordance to have .some Interest or lien nil persons havlnaT! claim against
wit! with law. Bald' certificate. embraces by virtue of judgment by each. of the estate of Guy C. Cady, deceased iL
iers, as It Is this day. In the least easier. Such a remark THANKSGIVING SERVICEThe All ex. WH' of BW' flee. IS, Twp. the followIng described you obtained A. Durden) are hereby requested" to presenttheir
MalachI 3:10: sets out a promisethese I Implies a want of thought and experience. 7 H. R. II U. containing. 110 acre property situated In Bradford county and In saId: cause n.t..t-. complainant claim to the Hon, (Oeo. A.
more or lea*. Florida, to-wltt .....k. to subject the Hen of .said Uurdlner, County Judge of Brad
words all the
"Bring ye Those two precepts comprehend annual community Thanksgiving assessment of cald NVi of of of
The prop.rty BH 8WV4 judgment to the lien of the com ford County. Florida. for the approval I
lies !into the storehouse, that the ten at their fullest service will be held this year under the alit certificate Issued NE% See 87, 1wP. 7 IK K. 22 E. containing t a JCJlm : AND YOU within one year from date
was In the name of I'nknown 100 acre more or I*.**. AND J''lfalr\ hereby hereof this notice
*re shall are or will I be held |tt
not be to in
room enough extent and cannot be regarded as the Baptist church on Thursday, Unless said certificate. shall be redeemed The assessment of eald property required to file with the clerk of bar thereto and all persons Indebted

elve IL" the erasure of a Jot or which are November 24, Thanksgiving Day according law tax deed under the said certificate issued aid court, your written appearance, to .said estate are requested to pay
.
In the will Issue thereon on the 6th day wa In the name of Unknown.Unless (personally. or by attorney) In .ald their said debt forthwith to the
old testament most at 10:30 The of the I
re- their and If : a. m. name I
substance.
sum you of December A. D. 1932.: .said certificate. shall be redeemed suit on Monday the 6th day. of December undersigned executrix '
"ds promised refer to blessings love God with all your heart, you speaker will be announced later. I Dated this 2nd dey of November, according; to law, tax deed 1982 and thereafter to file This 80th day of S.pl..mh.18U.. '
this A. D. 1932. I will issue thereon on the 5th day of your written defenses. If any to the MUll. FLOnCAbT. '
life .
while In the testa The choir of the church
new must the first table and U Baptist .
keep ; .
I o. w ALDERMAN, December, A. D. 1932. bill of complaint In said cause at .O.tt-!I-'!. Executrix.
at the blessings ape mostly to 5BG4AH' _

given In the future life. But DARNIT
DOROTHY Charles McManw
.
ere are many blessings and Joyst !

* coma in this life to those who _
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*y the commands of Christ and /--L; : \ 1cco OATS RIGHT.$ cM'JcF-1; :; ON MOW; L6T 'EH4- ,
ye Him. It pay both In this NL) -r ou GET-: io CET14't 'YO.Jl1" ) I START '

e and ia the future to follow his 1 0! TI.415 'I'AfD THE Dui.JCAI \ YOUR GAS MASKS ERFPHER
* [ 't I AI'v-r.' AFRAD ( ( OWNS A CHEESEFACTORY I Ir7
Ings.
I'I I OIItJ CANc.I
In speaking of wordly blessingst ERYOj L J J' PORY/A.RO-

said, (Luke 12:31): "Seek L4FT Lr.r
f-Wr7 fl
the Kingdom of God: and all -,

5. things shall be added unto .
".n .. I .
Blessings may not always 0

ae aa we expect or desire them, .
< -
usually they are to our advan-

*:J i If we accept and use them. '

Cor. 18.2.: Paul said. "Upon the

4 day of) the week let every .

e of you lay by his store, as fitfhJ4

0(1( hath prospered) him." It Is _

"rally accepted that one-tenth

we s Income should be set apart -

r the Lord'- work; and in then t _

* Paul further says "But this
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411 which soweth sparingly 'csssht;' I .....:..-4v4'. .< MriMAkifiC 1


K,p l Ii a1ao reap soweth bountifully also sparingly bountifully Every; and shall man he icrmE MAIN THING ON MAIN STREET" By L: F."vz i i tl j jzttjlthtzz :}.


tding as he purposeth in his ._ _

VJ.tit, *or let of him necessity give; not: for grudg.God You'Gm 3 ,IMTEU.IGEMT X'O ffl4tGM r 11" bEPEH ON ,1 WOULD/ %

r!* a cheerful giver." I'M tvc fOO.EXCEfT. 1OEGIRLV BEABOUT _

OIl, writer says, "Give until It MAK1COHPLCTE STQEEr.. IHQUQINa ; t1OI'i&'f' : .rWE.' : n? flUkEE! Oeig 1COYNE1'
: r- JRS
"'' and then KACZtCTUSUALLY 11 BANK N
tI1 keep on giving fo WSf'II\PEI2 FOCZMOMCY OLD MILLIONAIRE A4T I

-, u c a*.s to hurt." r ASU A QJES'TiON, ttOtE'f HAQ1UME4 ArltCEAH fluQ OMCC BUT Me T'riAQerf HIM I.

tever' be given to the Lord's -c3D'v'3 END 11 PERSONALITY FOUND 1'D 4
l. j III REPORTER tvetw tvcfOUCCTiON OUT 4M5 UJUH HIM 7lO'Jt4 I-V-5'C- '

in 7 kind"")"'y or time or service INQUIRING '14 Drvocct C01JQ TO tIKC TZ> I3iD HAVE AHY- FLAT I woutT:) )MTm I tc1s : ii.'r

, ') will (Of given in the right ON JOBp4Qud 'WOULD "fclJ MAOfff I SEEM 1Mca&; 'jpoLI" OVEQ BUT Il> JUST 81: OLD t1AJ1'LL)41JLII' / 1 .

* the be accepted by him oua CErocrER \ Toi ? TSutCS/ AH' Z VTTV4 HER M SOON : AQL'',.,' C -

Administration of this Att1'T AAHl Rtf'Tto w aC
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vT: bat) only suppUeth the want tGU* A QUESTION -
A Mints _
but ta
'fcs. abundant also EVEITT A"f.

;:* "y thanksgiving* unto God." ibPAVa QUESTiON 14a -

4 lug not only helps the needy WOULD YOU rucat

Ss tl to Cod'Ural "
p LV" glorify FOR MONEY ?
rid and also for
leQ -
. wh? gave his life for
1: PLACE A' 4'XD-

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ediIa55 .cti HAUH94E0 ct

t. !;:t tra >n their gave deep'bQ'oGd.r. :pov- / ::::

a ,.._ nrst gave their own OH' TKC\ RU3V4T-.. .......
the Lord.' ._ .
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PAGE EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA FRIDAY, NOVEMBER J
18.
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Bradford Coui1fyTelegraph'Established A FEW THINGS HUNTERS Hialeah Puritan Theatre reopened Mrs. Ida Sweat was visiting Mrs. Cone and Lone Mott -

SHOULDDO, by E, McClnnls. E. E. Green Tuesday morning.GREENWOOD H. P. Matheny and j R. v
You'veHeard .
Maybe were attending to business o
In
1877 1. Buy a license It Is evidence Lake Worth Stretch of South sonvUle Saturday. Jlltt<

It ButWell that you Lave contributed towardthe Ocean boulevard, south of town, Rev. and Mrs. G. E McGaUI t

MEM.BER.FLORIDA perpetuation of the sport I being repaired. ....... and baby attended church 8ervlc
2. Respect the rights of prop. MI. Emm.ly.. Prlnd*, Cob at Hampton Sunday,
PRRSS ASSOCIATION erty owners. 'Gates left open Clearwater-Work to start soon Mrs. H. M. Hanson and
;
6 there's nothing: like a lit- son,w,
tle cold to make people get fences torn down and other such I on new post office building. Mr. W. M. Pringle Is visiting his ton and Mrs. W. it Henson
() snap Gainesville,
thoughtless acts arouse the enmityof were
Mr. C. A. Pringle. visiting; Rev
son
L "r Nf.K/2 out and do some shopping1 around. a
r LLd.t11 landowner ,arid encourages the Bids will be opened No- Mrs. G. E. McCauley
[} The streeU Saturday night were Stuart- Mr. J. S. Sapp was visiting his There Thursday,
posting of lands to all hunters. vember 22 for erection of bridge will be church
almost as crowded aa It there had father, Mr. J. B. Sapp Sunday. service!
the
3. A gun is a deadly woapon- across St. Lucie River on State Among those atendlng the fun- Freewill Baptist church gu
iti the middle of town,
been a fire
1, Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class and several merchants admitted handle It with care. Carelessness Road No. 4 here. eral of Mrs. R. Prevatt of this community day afternoon at 3:30: o'clock, eo
I'. of ducted bAfipv.l
cost the life
may. your life or Davidson
Office at Starke Florida showed of were: Mrs. C. A, Pringleand of aMiss
Matter at the Post that business signs "
vll1e
Ga.
again. others. Unload your gun when Haines City-Cr.eat A. &: P. Tea children Mrs. Ola Perkins, Everybody welcome
breathing:
I' I through hunting. Co., moved to quarters in Craw- attend.
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Pringle, Mr.
; E. S. Matthews ____________________ Owner and Publisher I A lot of folks-who thought that 4, Be careful with fires. Put ford building. Guy Futch, Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Canty Oliver of St Au* 1

J. C. Robinson __________________._____ Managing Editor could through: this winter out your fire before leaving camp. Starling.Mr. tine, Is spending: a few days
they get clothes found 5, Shoot only at game in range St. Clair Moseley and Waldo with her sister, Mrs B. F, iC
without buying any or'you will likely only cripple it. MILITANTMARYj- Mrs. T. WMarkey:
SUBSCRIPTION RATE that the wind whistled through the Pringle were transacting businessIn spent the wend ,
6. Be sure to see what you are with her sister, Mrs o

Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable In Advance moth either have holes to so hibernate bad they or would get a shooting at. Our roomedfriendahovelate Mr.Gainesville C. A. and Saturday.Kay Pringle, Mrs. Rhlmea. *
7. A clear conscience Is
t Advertising Rates pn Application new coat. pre- A. B. Rosier was visiting in Jack-
ferable to well filled .r
a game bag. .
\. -- sonville Saturday afternoon.Mr.
:, 8. Game killed fairly and legally I and Mrs. A. B. Rosier spent
Don't forget to detour going to Gainesville Saturday or SATURDAY NIGHT Is something to be proud of- more-clothes-thoa
As on e of our exchanges remarked Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. Q. Sound
be late for the game killed unfairly and illegally Rosier.
game. night is
you may recently Saturday wr-qirlsdol.fJND
U something to be ashamed of.
o an institution in a small town. We i Mr. J. C. Pringle and son Marshall
9. A real Is
sportsman alwaysa Stock
One place in Florida whose population never fails to In. just couldn't get along without it. gentleman. 6ut'thirlgs'orebolonced'pretty and daughter, Josephine, of ,
Saturday night la the one big social Maxvllle, were the guests of Mr,
crease at this time of year-Rajford. event of the week to which State C.Game C. Woodward Commissioner., ; and Mrs. C. A. Pringle Sunday. Fir

o- everyone Is invited, and everyone welhWE'HAVE Little J. C. Pringle spent Sun

1 Why did it have to turn cold just as we were planning to and comes.their The guests shopkeepers are housewives are hosts,,: FLORIDA SUNSHINE-: BRRR! MORE'PEACE day. with Willard' .Gasktns.BROOKER .

get up early and watch the meteor showers and farmers, and farmer wives, OF'MIND'1
0- and everyone else who is free for I Oh, land of bright sunshine, where yourjnknsi
the evening. After purchases have cold winds never blow; 'I.FI'taHu9fJ.
Palatka's city millage jumped this week from 13 to 143.4 .
been made the guests remain for Where it's always warm weather, ..
Now if the stock market would only do something like that- a while and talk among themselvesor' with no wintry snow. 1111.! Vera Gainer. Cor. and give you am

with the shopkeeper, if he I"' Where the skies are ever a heavenly | MUTNTMARYI.treat/ anoe of drpendibli
wrong with society that cannot not too busy. It is here that eventsof soft blue; On Wednesday night, Nov. 23 service, with no R
There is something a ,
will be in the school
them a play given
the past week are discussed and Where It always is springtime- greta nowor I fete
offer employment to a man who is ready and willing to work. plans made for the next seven ,,,,,and lovers are true; auditorium for the benefit of the
-0 days. Advice Is given and taken, Where a.pale moon glides over a oil-with; Corn, P. T. A. Admission will be low. NSURE SAFELY AND WITH CONFIDER
told for ,:' sky bright with stars, Everybody come and laugh at "The
Twothousand eight hundred acres of strawberries will experiences are recipes ibe'meo'wbo.coIne! "
Reflecting myriad lakes with broad Eighteen Carat Boob.
Sunday's table are exchanged, HAROLD C. WAL
aid Bradford County farmers in scrapping the depression. dates are made, gossip is whispered silvery bars. a- 'olptl'tq'ME.But.i On Wednesday, Nov. 23, there

TimesUnion.Read and, as they say in the society The sun sets are pictures that linger will be a Thanksgiving sale of INSURANCESTAREE.
columns, a good time is had by with you longIn candy, cake and pie at the post- FLORIDA
0'' 00' in all. Come out and enjoy Satur- this,, land' of sunshine-flowers soldier-ever'woos office, for the benefit of the P. T.

the advertisements this week's paper and give day night. It doesn't cost any and song. A.The 0.." ._ .... ._._
: your trade to the home merchants. They are asking for it, thing! i-;:-- HE'LL-GET Brooker P. T. A. met in
But-whatHs that noise I hear In ME YES
,: and they deserve it. resday.
the trees TV... :
SLIPS THAT IION'T PASS I 4 e ATLASThe
? 0 The procession will terminate at ,Why it httwla Just like a cold win- 5IREE' sisting mostly of Thanksgiving
Volusia Cpunty has just enjoyed a dose of good old- the polo field where Governor ter breeze 'IE. ,i.2II" h ,, numbers. ,was rendered by the
Carlton will throw out the 'Hey, there! Close the door-the school children. Several business
fashioned politics, what with fights, red hot editorials and pall Standard Oil
matters were satisfactorily dls-
sending the university team into wind takes my breath.
cries of "liar" filling the air. an exhibition game with Army of- 'Say build a.good fire! I'm freezIng pooed of. The banner for highest Tire GuaranteedOne
o ficers stationed In Gainesville. [ to-deathiKnell SANDY LANE percentage of parents present was -
\' Times-Union. Well at least thatIs -Knoll. awarded to Miss Gaboon's room,
,
Local merchants report a good day last Saturday. They Lorena Green, Cor. the primary. Year
could for
,? are at a loss, however, whether to attribute it to the elec. Mayor something Walker,you he didn't go say around Mrs. T, W. Markey and Miss

: tion's being over or to the first cold snap of the season., throwing out palls over things. -MILITANTMARYTbeSitterabthe I Mr.'and, : Mrs. Walter Schmidt of, Theo McGauley entertained the NNNNeeNHFrigidaire
,, St. Petersburg were visiting Mrs. junior and children's department of
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Add Funny Names: Horseradish Sallie Williams Sunday afternoon. the Sunday school with a chicken
.
: A lot of newspaper readers, who were looking forward Hill, Iowa, and Iddo, Florida. Messrs. M. T. Browning and pilau at the home of the latter
will Adolph Peters of Gainesville, and Wednesday night. Besides the hostesses
; to a good sensational murder trial, be disappointed to SuD-hove-passed;
| Miss Ida Mae Johns of Starke, were: Mrs. G. B. Colson,
From recent short "Tom
hear that the against Libby Holman has been nol a tory:
case. press kissed her quickly. 'Good sport,' parh-Acats-orc were visiting Miss Juanita WIl- Mrs. Alice Thomas, Mrs. A. J. Pin- the three year guar-
; ed. he applauded." liams Sunday night. holster and Miss Beulah Lewis,
o'f It Is rather good sport isn't it, strongely-CLEARj Mr. St.' Clair Moseley and Kay who helped en rtaln. Those present anted electric refrigerator -
Tom?. The-War-has Pringle of Lawtey Miss Mildred were Vera Gainey, Wlllene Mc I
I
Gainesville Sun that estimates of the number
., The says Sanders and Juanlta Williams all Gauley Audrey and Clifton Polk,
of fans who will attend homecoming vary from 10,000 to 20- Another mystery has been solv mode.tben>>into motored to Highland Sunday aft Artflrd Brown, Winfred Hazen,

:,, 000. Well 10,000 will probably look like 20,000 to most reporters ed. Four years after leaving mlll- men THE ,. ..rnoon. Robert and Eugene Long Victor "
that tary school we learn why they put Miss,Ida Mae Johns of Starke is Thorp, Leslie and Loraine Thomas, For sale bySmith's
on day. such low visors on cadet caps. Its BUMS'OF spending a few days with Miss Lonera Polk, Teddy Redd, Jeannette -

o ,-. to make the little men keep their YESTERYEAR Juanita Williams this week. and Juanita McGauley, Hazel a

The Associated Press reminds us that hunters. may go heads up-they have..to see where ..etltt.b. Miss Pauline Green spent Saturday and Virginia Crews, Mrs. M. P.
they night and Sunday with Miss Matheny and son, Ortho, Mr. G. B. Service
are going.
; hunting in safetv Sunday, providing they use bows and ar- ----- -- ----
Oh sure, knew it all the time. Mildred Sanders. Colson and son Resale, Mrs. Wallace
you
;; rows. Shooting quail, on the wing, with ,a bow and arrow Oh sure. Tampa Clyde-Hallory Steamship Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Green were Crews and daughter, Evelyn,

..' would be a real test of skill. lines constructing $55,000 cit- the supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. :Mrs. Blanche Chambers; Misses StationStarke
W. R. 'Iris Brown, Zell Waltts, Ca-
And how do pronounce sacrleglous rus precooling plantGroveland1.Robert Kersey Saturday evening. Mary
'
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: 0 T Well that's Bettergo Miss Altle Rhoden of Jacksonville hoon, Lubledla Plnholater, Mrs.
} : A headline in the Palmetto News, referring to the recent look It up before wrong.you say It R, Ramsey spent a few days here with Eugene Long A. E. Maxwell Rufus Fla.

},' .election says, "Democrats Took Everything That Was Not again. (We ought to get paid for installed 25 acres of grove irrigation Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Green last Grimes, Roy and Earl Green ,
_
.
week. and Hazen
recently. Alph Purlvs Clyde
Nailed Down." The only trouble is that there was not much this stuff.)
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,! J,, left after twelve years of Republican rule. OYSTERS I _,.....",_ _"_ .-''-," ",, -m' '" .", ...- _, II. ."" .. .- .. -'C' "- _." ,.. ," _. ..V'
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P',).r 0If Every week we are learning When You Buy Plee-Zing Products You Get Better Value for your MoneyPLEEZING

Wets who expect to buy legal liquor.most any minute more and more about oysters, and I
t's a fascinating subject. Several
I : long wait ahead of them. Even if the Eighteenth
: now hi\ve\ a days ago a learned man Informedus

': ., Amendment repealed, which is doubtful the laws of Florida : that an oyster's heart continueded

? would still prevent the sale of intoxicants. to beat for ten or fifteen minutes .
'i"0 after being swallowed by the
diner outer or, for that matter, the
;ii\ 'l Now is the time of year when our folks begin to gather diner at homer. And now officialsof

\ .' in happy groups around the cane mill and inhale the delicious the U. S. Board of Fisheries say
I I'j
that enforced Induced in
odor of boiling syrup. Hog killings have also begun, and yawns mild
oysters through a applicationof
" with plenty of syrup and sausage, why should the farmer harmless narcotics, may play an FOOD STORESSPECIALS
bother to read stock market reports? Important part in the developmentof

0 greater shellfish industry.
j It seems that after putting an

,; Do your share to help make someone else( happy: this oyster' to sleep the valves of the FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY; NOVEMBER 18TH AND 19TH
Thanksgiving by contributing to the load of food and cloth. shell are automatically pulled

,: ing the Masons are going to send to the Children's Home in apart that by an the oyster pressure knife of the can hingeso be FLOUR POTATOES, 10 Ibs _________- 15c
,
; Jacksonville. There are very few people who cannot find easily inserted and the mussel sev- Plee-Zing' Gibs. 19c; 12 Ibs. 34; 24 Ibs. 64c ONIONS, 3 Ibs- lOc

.i' something to spare for a worthy cause. __ ered to the from meat the than shell with by the less!?present"Injury. Rambler, Gibs. 17c; 12 Ibs. 29; 24 Ibs. 53c PRUNES, fancy bulk, 60-70, lb. 5c
;
0 -
) methods. COFFEE CORNED BEEF; No. 1 can ___- 15c
Bradford county planters are expressing confidence in But right here Is where we can I 15c
the returning conditions. Two thousand eight hundred acres ell: the authorities a few things. Plee-Zing Vac. Can,'Ib. _____'L-____ 31c ROAST BEEF, No. 1 can _

", .. have been planted to strawberries, beside acreages enlarged Why give an innocent oyster drugs Sword, Santos Blend, lb. __________ 19c Genuine.B.osemary Jacquard HemstitchedFresh

f ; in most vegetables. It takes the tillers of the soil to express when that might the same become effect habit can forming be produced Ground, lb. ______________ 15c Damask 58x54 Tablecloth with 10 Plee-

faith in their country.-Crescent City Journal. by reading aloud a few pages OATMEAL, 2 pkgs. _____________ 15c Zing Labels, for only ___ ____._ ___ 59c

r 1 0 from the? nearest CongressionalRecord BRAN FLAKES, 10 oz. pkg. _______ 9c APPLE BUTTER, 28 15c

Lee Harris, a Harvard graduate who turned farmer Of course, this scheme presents Cloth Crepe Paper, 3 rolls _*._______ 21c FRUIT SALAD, No. 2 can __.._ .- 21c
3 three years ago and became executive secretary of the Farm. difficulties. It may be necessary 19c
Toilet Tissue rolls lOc TINY SWEET PEAS No. 2 _
Sword 3 _
ers National Relief association has to disguise the record in a cover ________ can
announced that the
will farmers' organization taken from "Lady Chattelley'sLiover" PANCAKE FLOUR, 2 pkgs. ______ 15c Tomatoes full pack No. 2 cans 4 for ,
; sponsor a march on Washington to
".: demand "proper treatment of the nation's farmer." But why listen In at order all, to but get we the feel oystersto that BISCUIT FLOUR, 40 oz. pkgs. _____ 27c LARD, 2.Ib. pkg.' 15c; 4 lb. pkg. ___.. 28c

march on Washington? Why not organize in each district and, the good accomplished will be SYRUP, pint bottles ._1:___________ 9c Butter, Pure Creamery, Ib. ________ 25c

march on the local congressman? When one man speaks, a I worth would the want trouble a,, nation After of all cokey, who MAYONNAISE, 1-2 pint jar ______ lOc CHEESE, full cream Ib__________ 17c

, congressman will listen; when ten men speak, he makes oysters? AMMONIA, 15c size ____________ lOc Best Grade White Bacon, lb. _'- fc

k' promises; but if twenty men speak, he is apt to do something OOPS-! WHEAT CEREAL, 28 oz. pkg. ____ 19c No. 1 Sliced Breakfast Bacon, lb. ___ 15c

about it.The. Dr. N. B. Jenkins, who-startled FISH FLAKES, can __________ 12 l-2c Breakfast Sausage, lb. ___________ 20c

Bradford County Red o Cross Chapter has been morning the Buckhead by appearing community at the election polls Octagon Soap or Powder, 4 pkgs. ____ 9c Smoked Country Sausage, lbs. ___- 15c
doing
! good work in offering relief to those who are in need in our entirely nude Insane to cast his ballot was PIee-Zing MILK, tall cans __________ 5c Fresh Pork Hams, half or whole, 12 l-2c
adjudged at a sanity,hearIng '
community. Citizens should show their appreciation by giving conducted in the jail here Wednesday MEAL OR GRITS, 10 Ibs ________ 13c Pork Ribs, Ib': lOc

wholehearted support to the annual Roll Call. Out of afternoon. Dr. Jenkins hasbeen Fancy Blue Rose RICE, 5 lbs. ______ 13c Pig Tails, -. 9c25c
a most eccentric character.
every amount that is paid for a membership, no matter how Glades
Democrat.
County
I large, only fifty cents goes to national headquarters for use A. H. GREEN J. W. WHITE & SON

in case of disaster. The remainder is used at home by theN Darned eccentric, well say. '
-- NEW MEAT MARKET-Phone 86 Phone 62 Starke Fla.
local
chapter. Not a single' cent of money raised by contributions Punta ,
Gorda-W.1. Cobb Con.
N: f : goes for the payment of salaries in the organiza. traction Co., Tampa submittedlow Just received new meat display case which Full Line of Garden and Field Seeds, Lard

;; tion.. Employees are paid only from the interest on large bid of 987,029 for construction 'assures you sanitary equipment Cans and Syrup CansI'
I 1;$ endowments.. ot approaches to new Peace Riverbridge

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