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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 25, 1932
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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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FlFTy.RYE 8TA RKE. FLORIDA. FI1ID. ". NOVEMBER 83 1932 NUMBER FOUR r
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: Dr. J. 'W. Brownlee 1 Passed Bradford Teachers Hunters' Take to Woods I, S
WonIn
Sentences
On Crops Would Celebrate
[ Democrats 'Will Practice Here; To Be Paid Scrip Report As Bird Season Opens;

Office Opens Friday For Rest of Term Sunday 'Was Quiet Day 1'. 1b '.

Every County Dr. J. W. Brownlee opened his By Judge Adkins; Teachers 1.1aU-the schools of Says Little Harm Bradford county hunters are Berry Industry's50th :


Statistics Show Drug dental: Store offices Friday above morning Corpening's of this Court Adjourned week Bradford by Superintendent county were notified A. J. Grlf-this Caused By Frosts banging many as away In former but not years quite., says so Anniversary S

week. Considerable time duringthe ;! fis that It would be necessary to Judge George A Gardiner. At ,. ,

past few weeks has been spent I pay their salaries In script duringthe least If they are, they are doingso '
In repair work and the Installationof remainder of the school term. '
loolMwelt Led Ticket With 806,307 Fall Term of Circuit Court Ended Most Sections Affected Ity Cold without benefit of license. The Homeland Doctor, First to Plant. .
) new equipment, and the The will be redeemed the
rooms by
Votes Out of 2115.1<11 Cast -John and Raymond Pres- paper Early In :Month Nearly judge has sold 65 to date which In South Florida Makes !.
now presents an attractive Board of Public Instruction
appear on or Is slightly under the usual number -
In Slate! cott Get Five Years Through ShippingA Suggestion: for 1936
ance. before June 30 1933. .

Roosevelt and-Sholtz carried Dr. Brownlee has been a life long The Fall term-of-Circuit Court i i survey made-by the Bureau of Reports from those who have Nov.-22.Strawberry'groWing : m
resident of Starke. lie attendedthe Tampa,
every one of Florida's sixty-seven Bradford was ended Friday with the passing Station DedicatedAt Agricultural Economics, United taken to the woods say that quail' In South Florida, now tha '
County School
High are not quite as plentiful as they
Bounties In the recent general elec- of the following sentences by States Department of Agriculture of between three and four
source
lion, according to figures tabulated University took preparatory and"graduated work at Auburn Judge A. Z. Adklns: Olustee Friday shows that strawberries are elgthyper had been led to expect, but mostof million dollars income annually J
the Secretary of with cent of normal after the light the hunters are returning with
week In John Prescott and
this honors from Southern Dental College Raymond well-filled bags. was begun during the fall of 1886.
State's office In Tallahassee. In Atlanta. Prescott, found guilty of larcenyof The new Naval Stores Experiment frosts during the first two weeksof Sheriff W.game J. Epperson says that when Dr. D. E. Saxton !Dade' the
Complete but unofficial reports After cattle were sentenced to five November. first planting at Homeland, in Polk
his '
receiving Dr. Station completednear
degree recently apparently waited until
1 show "The actual damag. from frost everyone
all of the 1272 precincts years In the state penitentiary. to article In
tram Brownlee county according an ,
spent a year practicingat Olustee and put In operationby bulletin Monday to begin his hunting. At ,
Roosevelt received was the Bureau added. .
I president-Elect the Forsyth Dental Infirmary Clyde Morgan and Ferrell Morgan the Bureau of Chemistry and least, the sheriff didn't catch any. the Florida grower for November. :,
and President Hoover "to a large extent not very greatas
206.307 votes for'Children In Boston. found guilty of aggravated Soils of the United States Depart- body shooting on Sunday. The Grower continues, "Record,
most Fall sections had about
69170. ; .- assault were each fined $10 and ment of Agriculture, was formally the '. appear not to exist of earlier j'
: completed harvest of their
I however. was
interest
More costs or sixty days In the county dedicated last Friday with Congressman plantings In South Florida, but
I registered in the gubernatorial CommissionersHave jail. Attorneys for the defendants R. A. Green acting as vegetables.. New Game strawberries had been grown foe ,I. 4
"The exceptions to this were at Refuge
set anew
Florida voters
I race as up appealed the case to the State Supreme master of ceremonies. The stationis Brooksville and Wauchula where several years previous to 1886 In ;"'
j record of balloting. The total Court on a writ of error. said to be the first of Its kind In the vicinity of Starke, Bradford ',

I was recorded 281.for 9S,the while office 27 of.477 Governor voted Busy Meet Ray Green, found guilty of assault the world. considerable peppers damage was sustained.to eggplantand The Located At FarmIdeal County. where this season such a
haa
marked revival In the
Industry ,
I for one of the 'major party presl- with Intent to commit murder -'' Leaders In the Department of Winter Garden and Sanford sec I,
candidates. Of the votes was fined $50: and costs or Agriculture and in the naval stores tions In Central Florida escaped occurred.
I Sholtz 186-
j cut for governor got Bids Received State Tax Location for Thin, sine that In 1936 cele-
on Certificates Project- suggests a
In the civil case Aaron Sumner 'In the all day program. Dr. Henry previous heavy rains have practically
| J22 and Howey 95,471. -Collectors Bond R. Powell Jr. Q. of Undor-FIre Protection for bration of the Industry's fiftieth 't i'
chief of Bureau
Leigh the
\ plaintiff vs Knight, ruined the early plantings of
Other Totals unof- Reduced I and Ethelbert W. Smith as 're- Chemistry and Soils, sounded the lettuce." Pout Four Years anniversary be held. lie tells Interestingly
Other complete but as yet kSlags
I ceivers for the Seaboard Air Line keynote of the .day when he Carlot shipments of beans the of the first berry plant. kS\\
tidal tabulations showed the following The Board of County Commissioners Railway stock claim damages stated that the opening of the station The State Board of Public Institutions to be made In South Florida( :
I totals: of Bradford County Florida the found marked the naval and the Department of Emigrating to Florida from ;
$500 for plaintiffand In
jury an epoch (Continued on page 5.) .
For congressman at large W. J met In regular session Nov.T. assessed his damages at $75: store Industry.. He said that Game and Fresh Water Fish have, northwestern Missouri In 1885, Dr

HITS Democrat. received 186,274, 1932, with all members presentas and attorney's''fees. forty-three years ago the govern- of the plan and gave CongressmanGreen through a joint agreement, recently Saxton and his family made the) ,

j ud Glenn B. Skipper, Republican, follows: J. L. Underhill, chair- L. A. Mead Indicted for mortgaging ment authorized,Agricultural;. experiment the principal credit for obtaining established a state game refuge trip between New Orleans and '

61,300. man: J. G. Crews, J. M. Rosier, property under lien, and statlOI1Jl' but that up to the passage of the legislation comprising of the entire 18,000 I Tampa by boat Homeland wajI ,. ,
I For congressman In the First Q. W. Hinson and R. T. Osteen. under $300 bond pending his appearance the present ''time' res in.-had not authorizing its construction acres owned by the Florida State I reached parUy by train and partly?

I District, J. Hardin Peterson, Democrat The minutes of all meetings durIng in the Fall term of court been.considered In the light of a as well as naming the site In the Farm. overland a* the narrow-guage rail ,
I received 61,381 and Arthur the month of October were Failed to appear. Bond was es soil'Clop. center of the naval stores( industryof This area not only has been road built soon afterwards. bad not '

I R. Thompson, Republican 19,010.I read and approved.S. treated. Dr. Knight reviewed the history the Southeastern States. cloned to hunting but has been then been extended to Bartow from :,
I Rep. R. A. Green> In the Second E. Blitch having been appointed designated as, a breeding ground.It the present town of Lake Alfred.

District received 22,213; MUlard as deputy sheriff by W. Is protected by a state law, Primitive conditions prevailing;

I Caldwell In the Third District J. Epperson, sheriff of Bradford which prohibits the shooting/ of in this state at the time he mad

28,208; and J. Mark Wilcox In county presented bond for $1000 Tells Prison I game or trespassing of any per his venture Into strawberry culture:
Fourth District 83,101, all Democrats which was duly approved. Chapman of Work son with gun or dog. Game Commissioner graphically ar. described by Dr,

and all unopposed. Bond for $500.00 given by N. D. C. C. .Woodward has appointed Baiton at 82 yean of age still

United States Senator Duncan Wainwright, Jr., for notary publicwas : several game wardens to : practicing medicine In this city to, t '

V. Fletcher, Democrat unopposed duly approved., I carry out the full enforcement. of which he removed several year' i
received 204,651 votes. Bond for $500.00 given by Orle By L. F. CHAPMAN stop at nothing to gain their ends And this Is true to tome extent. this law. ago. Oranges were the only fruit '

1. M.; Lee, Democratic candidate Wiggins as Notary Public was Superintendent Florida State not even life Itself. But also good We have many trusties. Alwayswe Deer pheasants, wild turkey; generally grown and few veg.<* j

la State Comptroller, polled 182.- duly approved. Farm men and women are.there-r-unfor-: are seeking men who have and quail will be propagated and table! were raised 1, S
4tt votes to 71,148 for A. K.' Reports of county'Judge, home Tallahassee Nov. 19." Justice tunate victims) .ofXclrcumstances. proved their worth by good ser protected In the refuge. 'This wild I Plant From Georgia '

[ Knotts Republican. demonstration agent and jail Inspector hanging In an official sweat-box, bearing In their bodies brave souls vice so they can be made trusties life created on the protected area When he ordered! a thousandk

Constitutional amendment pro- were duly filed.B. with sword and scales dropped which endure the shafts of out- That they do not escape Is due en- will be a direct benefit to the ad. berry plants from Georgia througha

! posing county commissioners' J. Alderman asked for a reduction from nerveless hands, while Uncle rageous fortune as nobly as any tirely to their manhood and loyalty I Joining counties, as the surplus neighbor who formerly bad lived

, terms for four Instead of two yearswas in the valuation on per- Sam"stands by hiding his eyes In race would care to honor xxx to the best prison system In .supply will\ migrate to new localities In that state, and set them out his

rejected by votes of 78,505 to sonal property In Gaiety Theater. shame-This is the picture of Flor. All Mud Work the United States. Temptation overcomes -I Additional quanltles of game friends agreed that only failure

52,812. A constitutional amendment Same was allowed and fixed at ida as shown by a certain California These folks work at all sorts of them occasionally. Rarely and game birds will also be released with the crop might be expected.
x x x trades. And this Is the one common does a trusty betray his trust.
proposing addition of seventh $100.00 newspaper In various counties of the Two days before Christmas, how
Justice to State Supreme Courtwas Standard Oil Company asked What about Florida's prison system footing on which all meet. There are men here whom I would State. ever, ripe strawberries rewarded ,

rejected 78,265 to 38,445. for a reduction on their equipmentat anyway? Is it good? Is It They must work. Some want to trust anywhere under any condi- I The Prison Farm Is an Ideal location Dr. Saxton's efforts y

The vote for Democratic State their filling-station In Hampton bad? Are brutalities common as do it to occupy their minds and to I tions. I know they would do their for this game refuge. It Specimens exhibited In Bartow.

officials who were unopposed for Florida, After considering the tropic showers? Are, men and make their bodies tired so they can task and return If sent to the ends I has been under forest fire protection were the first that some of the ,

re-election was: matter same was not reduced. women, once convicted by due pro- sleep soundly at night. There are of the earth. i for the past four years. Consequently residents had ever seen. A New iff1

R. A. Gray, secretary of State. The tax collector requested the cess of. law thrust Into a horriblelife 42 departments on the farm at Rat- Does Raiford ever furnish any the woodlands afford a England man about to leave for

197,136; Gary D. Landis, attorney board to reduce the amount of his of suffering What is the truthof ford, only manned by the inmates humor Do the men and women I natural breeding place for the animals his home In Boston offered two J ,

general 187.987; W, V. Knott bond, due to the fact that he never the matter? there, with the exceptions of the laugh and play? What about their and birds. dollars for two large berries butt 'ft

treasurer 189,816; W. S. Cawthon has more than $10,000.00, nor even It Is my conviction that the peo- heads of these departments. AndIf entertainment? Always tragedylies ,. Dr. Saxton declined to sell them,

superintendent of public Instruction half that amount In his possession ple of this State want to know and 42 different occupations doean't close to the surface there and Mrs )Mallnda Moore now, he says, regretting that hOI

189,031; Nathan Mayo, commissioner at any time. The amount of bond want the Nation to know. If this furnish variety, pray tell me'what so does humor. Life Is stark in I didn't. c' 4 ,

of agriculture, 191,781. I required! by tax collector was reduced system Is a career of bestial abuse, does? A dairy with 200 Jersey some degree. It Is elemental as Dies At Home Here I Of the 1.760 carloads of berries '

Three Democratic justice of the from $15,000.00 to $10,000.- It must be corrected. If certain cows, a farm of 18,000 acres, a nowhere else In our State. Recently moved out of the state in 1931-33 i
Supreme Court who were unop- phases are good and some are evil, tannery which turns out an excel-' we took a man' from the Mrs. Mallnda Marie Moore died I 165 were from Polk county.. 242

posed for re-election received the 00.Andrew Jackson was placed the good must be kept and the evil lent grade of leather, a power death cell three days before the at her home near Starke Nov. 16, from Hardee and 1.072 from HU1 .

' following vote: Rivers Buford upon the pauper. roll at $2.00 per :banished. If it altogether is the plant where electricity starts its time appointed for his execution.As following a long Illness. Mrs. borough, the territory Into which
178,756: ; Fred H. Davis 179,185; month. best prison system yet devised by swift journey down 210 miles of he was taken back through the I Moore was born at Theressa, Fla., the Industry has spread from Dr. 41

William H. Ellis, 176160. The following bids were pre- any State or Nation, It must be electric light wires; 210 miles of yards to another building, on all I July 8th, 1877, and was married Saxton' first planting. ,

W. B. Douglass unopposed Dem- sented on state tax certificates: protected from changes and slander telephone wires!, and fourteen miles sides could be heard the cheery : to Leonard V. Moore July 13th, order to start the ball rolling ui'In

ocratic candidates for railroad Watkins-Hall, Incorporated of- for the sake of the more than of railroads; a garage machine greetings of many many friends.It 18B5. To this union seven chil- In i celebrating occurrences regard.ed .

commissioner: polled 185,013 votes. fered $280.00 and costs and fees three thousand unfortunates who shop and ice factory-; sawmill was a stirring lesson of the bond dren were born all of whom are as milestones In the farming
:
The figures are complete for the for lands! in E half of Sec. 13-7-22, are the victims or beneficiaries/ where the logs that are cut and that suffering tightens here as living. Mrs. Moore has lived near progress of the.state, the Florida!
well for the sake of the fair hauled by the logging crews are anywhere else. Starke for twenty years and has Grower
State but unofficial until approved except NE quarter of NE quarter. as I announce that the maga
by the State Canvassing Board Same was duly considered and name of a lovely i American cut Into lumber from which the Chickens' IH-Jixked endeared herself to all who knew sine Itself will have a twenty-flftK: '

, which has until December 13 to recommended to the comptrollerfor State xxx carpenter crews make houses and I Some time ago a dusky inmate her. birthday party In October 1933." .
sheds and A shirt factory to the office of the superintendent
. certify: result of the election. approval. Prison I. Problem garages. came i
.:; Members of the board are the sec- D. W. Moore offered 50 percentof The prison problem \Is one of the and underwear factory A 'to ask for aid In securinga "Her life and love and mother'scare MRS. MARY E. 'HOBOS I
" Each State is shoe factory and grist mill. A can- pardon. "How long have you ,
. retary of State, attorney general certificate 360 sale of 1928, and major problems. -
* and comptroller. 50 percent of all subsequent taxes. finding it to be so. Whatever commentary ning plant and syrup mill, where been here" I asked. "Year'and a Will linger with us ever, Funeral services for Mrs. I4aI'Y

Same was duly considered and it may be on the drift of 900 barrels of good syrup was half" he said. 'Where did you And the love corda that bind our 92. Hobbs-who died at her home in "
made last'.wlntera' A stock with from?'" "Orlando," he said. hearts, "
recommended to the comptroller the times the prison populationhas : come Brooker last Thursday night aftera )
BUSINESS MEN MEET 100 mules shop and "How sentence did they give In death will never sever."
o r approval. I more than doubled In America carpenter long a brief Illness, were held at the> i-
Jos. E. Wilson as liquidator for( within the last few years. xxx: : blacksmith &! %op. Bookkeeping and you 7" "Three years," was the solemn grave In New Hope Cemetery, Sun. 4/0/,
The Business Men's Club met S to rises far cost accounting, postofflce and answer. "What did they send She was a member of the China '
for Bradford County Bank, offered for The cost the people day afternoon at 8 o'clock. '"
its regular bi-weekly luncheonat clothing department. Cold storage here for( ?" "Stealing chick- Grove Baptist church, and has ;
certificates No. 44 and 45, sale of beyond the meaning of figures, you Rev. G. E. McGauley, pastor of 1.
the Magnolia Cafe Monday and 1926 SO percent of face and of and we will not go Into this. ButIt plants, and kitchen, on and on,j ens." "Well did you get the chick been an active Christian worker the Brooker Baptist Church, con- '
, before adjourning elected the following -I taxes. Same was duly Is well to note that in 1918. the an almost endless variety. More ens?" "Naw. sir-Yes-It's this since early childhood. She was also ducted the services. Intermentwas ,,1'

, officers for this year: A. J.Sriffig considered subsequent and recommended to Florida State Farm at Raiford had than 1600 head of pigs and 600''r way Captain. Before I got backt I a member of the Missionary Unionof made to the family lot In ;New*. I i

,, president: N. Sternberg the comptroller for approval.B. 300, while today there are 1600, to head of range cattle. Windmills ; town with the chickens another the Baptist church in Starke. Hope. ,:. ; '

tlce-presldent; E. L. Matthews, S. Avant offered for certificates I. say nothing of the 1300 handledby 'and pumping station waterwork nigger he took 'em away from me I Funeral services were held at _____________________- '
I secretary. the State Road Department, and ten Inch mains; fire depart and they gimme three years for It, the Starke Baptist church Satur- Cove Springs; four grandchildren, ;:
73 74 75 76 77
Nos. 72 ,
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.., The club has active And done with other afternoon at 2 o'clock with Leonard Alvarez ., '
: been very 300 In other parts of ments and' flower gardens. but ain't nothing day Dorothy and Ralph
" hi 79 80 81 82, 83 84, 85, 87, 88, and nearly I I''
: the past in securing new industries the of Florida In other Institutions.A 4000 acres of land cultivated with nigger. IDa face was a solemn Dr. G. P. Raymond and Rev. G. K. and Betty Ann Shiver, of ;! i
and sale of 1928 sum I
and improvements for Starke, 92. major activity of the State drainage ditches laterals and main as the face of an Ulster judge at McGauley, officiating. Mrs. Geo. Jacksonville; Joyce Adel and Aud.
and fees
1 and plans are being made to. con- $4000.00 and costs same government truly. For each of canal. Tag plant also. elder time, and to this day I sup Flynn, Mrs. A. E. Wall, Messrs. rey Ruth Moore Starke. "
taxes.
', ttoue this good work.. to cover all subsequent considered but not these must be fed and housed, Game ProtectedAnd pose he wonders what I I. was that Luther and John Powell accom- Beautiful flowers which cover L

., Same was due duly to the fact that It'' guarded and doctored, set to work wild life Is fostered here.A : amused me. His sense of justice panied by Mrs. Lloyd Green sang ed the final resting place of Mrs. '

AT THE STARKB HOTEL accepted considered In line with other and clothed. entertained and Instructed deer farm, a quail farm, wild i has been shocked, but that merely Mrs. Moore's favorite songs, "The Moore at Crosby cemetery, were '
not
was which have been accepted, disciplined and directed, turkey farm and pheasants and 'brings to you how closely tragedy Home Over There," "Does Jesus silent tributes of esteem and'love. t.

Recent guests at Starke Hotel bids been 50 percentor and finally released by some established one of the'two Hungarian pheasant and suffering march together at Care T" and "Nearer :My God to Funeral arrangements were In 4
others having
: were: Mr. William H. Warner all clerk instructed channel. broods In the United States. A Raiford. Thee," Active pallbearers were: charge of Hardage and Williams

wethersfleld.. Conn.; )6.;:and Mrs. more. The Avant-of was the -- The largest single unit of this hospital fully equipped with oper- Some months ago a police officer Messrs. J. M. Brownlee, H. L.Brownloe Jacksonville.
:. g. erritt' Tampa! Mr. and Mrs. to notify Mr. action prison system In this State Is at ating room and X-ray equipment: stopped a truck which was A. J. Thomas, W. G.Halle _Among those from out of town

" w W. Flack, Warriors Mask, Pa.; of the board. in be- Raiford, where nearly 1500: men Tubercular ward., and ward for moving, some of the men to the I E. W. Hayes, F. F. Stump; attending the funeral were: Mr.
C Mr. W. H. Smith appeared shut on a communicable diseases. Poultry', Everglades, and threatened to take honorary, Messrs. O. W Alderman and Mrs. J. D. Moore, Waycrosa
Miller are up
J Tampa R. H, Blan- and 130 women
'. ton Tampa Mte ; half of himself and for Wiggins at the order of the too 8000 hens, and bloodhound some of the drivers or men to jail I I Harry Lewis, J. W Morgan, O. M. Ga.; Mrs. B. H. Hlgglnbotham and
Florence II. Geb-
to narrow space
allowed
,J hart;, Bros., and asked to be kennels, handled by trained men. for breaking some traffic rule. It Inman. Dr. W. E. Middleton and family, St. Augustine; Mr. and
Daytona long .
and women always
Beach Miss law-men ,
,' oil" ; Myrtle pay on leasehold value on all their Identification office where finger was a colored Inmate who saved A. L. Alvarez. Mrs. M. J. Batten and family and .,

Crump ston Tampa; R. Payne 'Jeases and fee simple lands at $12 I ing for something and held just off by beyond' conscience prints and certain Bertilllon measurements the day by jumping to the groundand I I Mrs. Moore leaves to mourn her Mrs. Lucille Summerslll, Penney
" fl s. C. Mr. and Mrs. J. which their reach
'. P. Burkhart ; valuation per forty acres, of right or fear are taken, as well as saying: "Now look here, Mr. loss a husband, two eons, Aubrey Farms; Mr. and Mrs. M.. L. Batten
) Charleston S. C. Mr. be or a sense
w. ; was agreed to, provided same death. An abnormal photoplatea. Officer. You can't scare this crowd I, R. Moore and Jerry T. Moore, of and family and Mrs. D. W. Moore)
sudden
and
Blair
i Jacksonville Mr. M. of
; approved by comptroller.The guns community, the child of a AU manned by Inmates. Manyof none. This I Li the first night I been I Starke; five daughters, Mrs. M. and son, Howard Theressa; Mr. ,
':. L Stacy earvev'Jacksonville Jacksonville; Mr,and R. following resolution was hundred centuries of blind experimentation them learn these trades and prepare out of jail In five year" After"I H. Lang St. Augustine; :Mrs. R. B. and Mrs. J. H. Batten and family :

..._.. ; Mr. adopted: the handling of convicted themselves for work when re taking one startled look -at the: Alvarez and Mrs. W, T. Shiver,. Green Cove Springs, Mrs.: 0. J. .
"';1 Ethel Sidney BurweU E., Burwell and Miss "Tht whereas there Is now In In A community of unwilling leased. The heads of these departments contents of the truck, the officer Jacksonville; Misses Ethel and Pridgeon, :Mr. and Mrs. A. W. k kV.
men.
.:. Cleveland, Ohio. the building fund a balance of citizens In some measure train their men as well a* magnificently waved them for I Amy Moore Starke; two slatel'8.Mrs. Moore and daughter, C llen ''Mrs

c --4- $721.1, and of suffering and shame In some see that the regulation. are ob ward. "Drive on, and! don't atop M. J. Constantine, Rochester F. Forrester Mr. and Mrs. R.
j; JAIL REPAIRED "An< whereas there are no and of potential good past served. till you get where you're going."I Minn., and Mrs. B. H. Higgtobothatn V. Alvarez and family :Mr. and
debts to be paid from the building measure Does punishment become necessary St. Mrs M. H. lit and If,
\ all calculation In great measure. How do we keep up with all of \ Augustine, three. Lang raW
,:: "Work was begun; this week on fund, Bad men and women are there this 1 can bear someone say: ? Of course. I* It cruel No. I brothers, Messrs. R. 1... Batten T, Shiver, Misses Katherine and
lring the eaves, and water "AnJ that whereas, the fine and who have no regard for the "That's hopeless tangle. Men ,Theressa W. J. Batten, Penney 'Anna Oelkem and Mrs. Dorothy

:::1. P'Pe"' of th. 'county Jail (Continued-on page :S.ltf.jt'"l1t'J.ri men rights of other and who would can escape as often* they wish." (Continued on page 4.). Farms, and J. II. Batten, Green Beasley, Jacksonville. I ,


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1 Lane, was In our section Monday I of Mrs. W. A. Tyler of Saxton FLORIDA FOREST SERVICE not destroyed. It Is obvious that I new lateral roots. use only healthy plants for aetlli'r:
night. Monday afternoon OFFERS NEW ASSISTANCE the mere planting of trees only to Cause:-The exact cause;: of Since these troubles seem .

"' BOATDRAIN Mr. Jeff Underhill and Drew Mr. and: Mrs. G. J... Kersey were have them destroyed by pasta does black root la unknown, although worse on poorly or exce to. be
of Mrs. O. L. Brown Sun- and not ampunt to much, and yet thisIs several workers believe It to be a drained soils i
Bliss Cherry Ilarrell. Cor. Reddish were In Starke Sunday af guests Landowners: turpentine op- may help to
ternoon. day afternoon. erators In Florida desiring adviceor being done somewhat commonly natural condition due to age. these conditions In checkSclerotium keep

These cold frosty mornings are Miss Millie Judd was visiting assistance In improved turpen- In many sections of the country.The Control- There Is no known

f Miss Maggie Donnelly Sunday of with Kings-Mr nice for lots of people around here Miss Inez Kersey Monday evening. tine practices are benefitted by cooperation death of the trees may occur method of controL In the nur- Sclerotium rot is Rot

ley Lake spent who are celebrating them by grind- Misses Lois and Mary Judd were that. now being offered within a short time. In which eventIt sery, however, by loosening the In strawberry fields not extremely

and Mrs. F. R. Coleman.M. Glissonspent ing cane and digging sweet pota- guests of Doris and Boots Brown by the Florida Forest Service. la frequently charged to unfa- soil about old black-rooted plants time but because at the present,!
Mrs. A. I of
Mr. and with fork often the
a
potato they can
Sunday.Mr. Jointly with the Bureau of Chemistry vorable soil conditions rather thanto wide.
Saturday night at Kingsley toes.Mr. be made to send out roots. If spread presence of the
and Mrs. D. A. Judd were the true cause. The trees may new causal
Roy Carter was visiting In and Soils, U. S. Departmentof ganlsm In
U A. Don-
Mrs. strawberry
and to"
't' Lake with Mr. this Is done few weeks before land,
Sandy Lane Sunday night. visiting Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bag- Agriculture the State Forest : live for some years and then die, a dlcated by Its aa
nelly and family.Mr. friends well Sunday. full-time and the verdict reached be setting a better "live" of the set attacks on other
left Miss Rebecca Monds and Service has employed a i may and the
Starke crops
of ,
Mr. Tom Cooper should result. Whenever possibility of it .
were visiting her sisters, Mrs. F. Misses Boots and Freda attended naval stores technologist, Mr. C. the same aa before. plants I be
will
where he coming common
i' :Monday for Oviedo, friends and B. Robinson and Mrs. Ruby Rhoden the funeral of Mrs. Eunice at H. Coulter. Similar anomalous conditions i possible it is preferable to use It la described. on strawberries'
with
.it epend a while Sunday afternoon. Long Branch Monday morning. The office headquarters are located may be found among older trees white-rooted plants for setting. I Sympotoms; Affected

,f, relatives.Miss Cherry Harrell spent Sat- I Mr. Leslie Green of Brooker was In Lake City at the office as well as those recently planted. Root Bet may.not be noticed until dead plants

urday night with. her sister, Mrs In our section Thursday night. of the Naval Stores Station. For Not infrequently Insect pests are Root rot may be severe during which case a white mat of to
and family.Mr. The Woman's Home Demonstration ZIFF the first year Mr. Coulter will con- allowed to breed unchecked on the both cold, wet weather or hot dry ium or fungal threads mired.
Callie Gainey will
{ Aaron MInton of Starke was club held Its regular monthly centrate his activities In ten coun- assumption that the trees are weather, depending upon the cau- found around the base of the plant be

a visitor In Brooker Sunday.HAMPTON meeting here last week. New officers Miss lain M*. Lewis, Cor. ties east and south of Lake City. either not worth protecting or that sal organisms involved. and along the petioles or leaf
f I were elected as follows: Miss He will however on special request adequate control is Impracticable. Symptoms i Plants affected by stems. Small, brown, round bodies

Hilda Forsyth, president; Mrs. visit other territories. Both assumptions are usually i root rot may appear to be normal called sclerotia,
Mr. T. D. Dyal and son, Lloyd appearing |
'f Dorothy Pattee, vice president; attended to business In Starke Elimination will be stressed in wrong. Well located trees which ; or may show a slight burning at similar to strawberry seed will qUite be
Miss Alice Pattee, secretary; the woods. At the still, methods to have attained fair size are generally the edge of the older leaves. This found scattered on and near'

t membcrbsbip committee, Mrs. T. J. Monday.Mr: Purvis Lewis of Jacksonville. yield better grades of rosin and worth the cost of protection.It burning gradualy progresses Inward mat. In some cases the white mat this

Mlm Ad. Nlnimo Con Pattee, Mrs J. D. Carmichael, visited his parents last week. more spirits will be given partic- Is very unusual to find an insect killing: the leaves progress and sclerotia will be found before

Mrs. T J. Moore. Program com- Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Thomas and ular attention. Thinning young which cannot be controlled by rac- ively from older to younger. Some death occurs. The root system of

,f Rev. James, missionary to Colombia mittee, Mrs. Dorothy Pattee, Miss of Jacksonville, and Mrs. stands for maximum growth, reforestation tlcable methods.A forms of root rot cause a bronzing Infected plants is entirely rotted
delivered a Interesting Gladys Parmenter Mrs. Inez Crosby sons; and fire control will dead tree must be removed. A or purpling of the leaves similarto and the disease be
8. A., very Delatha Starling and children of may recognizedon
address at the Baptist ; finance committee, Mrs. J. Alachua were visiting Mr. and also be stressed to give landownersand sickly tree Is not ornamental. A that caused by cold weather. the roots before It appears

I church last Sunday morning. He Jones, Mrs. D. B. Forsyth, Mrs. C'I Mrs. J. B. Thomas Thursday. operators the maximum yields well grown tree gives Joy to beholders Unlike the plants colored by cold, above ground by the heavy white
next Thurs U. Parmenter. The meetings from their investments.Operators and affords perennial satis- the root rotted' plants gradually mat of mycelium around
will speak here again Mrs W. S. Ray and son Johnnie them and
at 7:30 m. been change to the second Thurs and landowners are facatlon to Its owner.STIIAWBERRY grow smaller, the top becomes their light brown color Even i.
day evening p. I and daughter, Frankie and Mr. J.
Mrs. R. M. Faver and son. Mr. day. in every month.LITTLE I W. Lewis of this place and Mr. invited to avail themselves of this ------- yellow and death finally occurs. All this stage they are often In a state

I Haynes Faver, of Miami, are visiting P. W. Lewis of Jacksonville spent free service furnished by the State forms of root rot now known may I of soft rot.CauseThls.
and Federal Government. cause death of the plants under
: Mrs. Faver's parents, Mr.I I several days in Hlnesvllle, Ga., ..... PRODUCTION favorable conditions disease Is caused
for the
\ and Mrs- O. Haynes.Mrs. visiting friends and relatives. They I By A. N. Brooks J. R. Wat- growthof by Sclerotium rolfsll Sacc., a fun.
i T. J. Thomas of Valdosta, SPRINGS were accompanied home by Mr. Don't Get Up NightsMAKE I son and Harold Mowry the causal organism.. The root gus extremely common In the

t Ga.. visited friends and relatives Willie Mae Newsome, Cor. W. S. Ray, who will visit here fora Tins 25o/ TEST I system in the earlier stages showsa South, where It causes southern
last and Sunday. .,. spotting of the roots in local blight or wilt of of
here
,ti Saturday while. Use this easy bladder physic to many our cultivated
_} E. A. Edwards of Jacksonville, There was a dance and chicken drive out Impurities and excess Root Trouble areas. These spots are usually plants.: Among the plants
:t spent the week-end with his family There was church at Hellbronn pilau given at the home of Mr. acids which cause Irritation that During seasons favorable for the brown and may or may not be involved most commonly attacked and

>i !lere.i Monday night. The service was and Mrs. H. H. Howard last Sat- results in leg pains, backache, I causal agents considerable loss by a soft rot. They occur found growing on strawberry land

i n'' J. H. Pitts of Lawtey, was a conducted by Rev. James, a missionary urday night. A large crowd attended ., burning and getting up nights. : may be caused by the various root at various places along the root are: tomatoes, peppers, eggplants,
here last Monday. preacher who came from troubles: from the Up to the rhizome. Later sweet potatoes and several of
business visitor and all reported a nice. BU-KETS, the bladder physic, con. affecting the strawberry.This the
Rev. Mccauley, of Brooker, will South America about two months I taming buchu. Juniper oil, etc., loss Is generally due to the stages show a complete killing of most common cover crops, such as

.r. preach at the Baptist church next ago.Prayer time.Mr.. and Mrs. R. B. Thomas and works on the bladder pleasantlyand failure of newly set plants to live the older root system. This Is in cowpeas, velvet beans and crota-
service held at Mrs. the form of either soft in
was a rot
and evening. or to the of laria.
Sunday morning daughter, Miss Hazel, spent Sun- effectively, similar to castor checking growth durIng -
:"y,' Mrs. P. B. Hunt, Mrs. R. M. Maggie Wainwright's Sunday afternoon day at Hague with Mr. and Mrs. oil on the bowels. Get a 25c box the fruiting season. This ma- which case the roots are generally i Control-No satisfactory method .

{; Paver, Mr. and Mrs. J. T, Thomas, at 3:30: o'clock. Malcolm Hunter. ((5 grain size) from your druggist. terially reduces the yield. Under brown, or.a dry rot, in which case' of control Is known. However,

:" and Mr. and Mrs. Haynes were the Mr. and Mrs. Owen Carter were Mr. and Mrs J. B. Thomas spent After four days, if not relieved of extremely favorable conditions for the roots are dried and black. Unlike in the case of small acreages Its

': guests of Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Pearce the dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs Sunday at LaCrosse. getting up nights go back and get the development of these troubles roots affected with black root, spread may be checked by the removal *
E C. Johns Sunday. the central cylinder or stele Is not
9 last Sunday. You are bound to death may occur. and destruction of diseased
Rev. F. M. Taylor, pastor of the Mac Carmichael motored to St. feel your better money.after this cleansing and These troubles may be classified white but discolored and often rot plants, care being taken not to

';, Graham Baptist church, filled his George, Ga., Sunday. get'your regular sleep. as follows: black root, root rot : ten, and does not produce laterals spread the sclerotia.

t regular appointment there last Mrs. Mamie Williams of Lake EVERGREEN I you"Mitchell's Drug Store says Bu- Sclerotium rot, soli Injury, fertilizer -I below the diseased portion. Next week: Soil Injury
Saturday and Sunday. Butler, is spending a few weeks burn and root-knot. ,Before death occurs the season .
d J. R. Colley of Starke, was the I with her brother, Mr. C. I... Carter. Mr. F. A. Roller, Cot. kets Is a best seller. Black Root may become extremely favorablefor Card of Thanks

i t guest of friends here last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Newsome of I I the growth of the plant. In this We wish to thank our friends
Palm Harbor Two of
i R. I... BIrt and family of Gaines- Starke, were the guests of Mr. Mrs. R. S. Rosier was visiting cars recent During the latter. part of the case the plant resumes growth, for their kindness and sympathy
vllle, are visiting Mr. Blrt's broth- and Mrs. Perry Newsome Monday Mrs. J. D. Peele Saturday night. grapefruit shipped during summer and winter plants are often throwing out new roots above the during the sickness and death of
from of Manatee Fruit
et C. A. Blrt. afternoon. Mr. and Hrs. Charlie Wainwright day plant found with a dark brown or older ones and is able to live, some our mother Mrs. S. A. Saxon, who
,t A musical entertainment given Rev. C. A. Crosby was the and children of the State Co., here: black root system. This condition times becoming quite vigorous and died November 3rd.

by Mr. Bloodsworth of Gainesville, guest of Mr. E. C. Johns Sunday. Farm were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Is found on plants with either smallor bearing a good crop. However, if Mrs. Saxon's Children.

;''i l at the school auditorium, was/ en- Mr. and Mrs. C. L, Carter madea Quincy Rosier Sunday.Mr. Tarpon Springs A. C. L. plansto large root systems, and Is the weather again\ becomes unfavorable

Joyed and appreciated very much. business trip to Starke Saturday and Mrs. J. R. Quinn and Improve its Safford avenue known to the grower as black root. ,' for plant growth, the rot

,Iii' >., From the report of guns very children moved to our community right of way. Symptoms:Black-rooted plants infects the new roots and may killthe SAVE JOHN RUSKINCICWIKBANDSC

I.-Q i many bird hunters have enjoyed Monday. generally appear to be normal, although plant before growth Is again
, I themselves since Monday throughout Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Morgan and West Palm Beach Construction I if present for any length of resumed.

Ileilbronn Springs the Little Springs section. baby of Glen St. Mary, spent the progressing on new theatre time the plants may not appear Cause:-Several organisms, both
parents on Park sb'eet.Jacksonville I to be as vigorous as white-rooted fungi and bacteria which have Ask
week-end here with his Un- : your dealer'
N
t Ml Thelm flood. Cor.
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Morgan. plants. The root system Is blackor der certain conditions caused root
Mrs. J. S. Rosier was visitingher -- City Council recently dark brown ,In many cases the rot, have been Isolated from diseased for new Premium
Mr. Hubert Norman, Miss Josephine DOUBLE RUN authorized appropriation outer portion of cortex
readily roots.
1'.J' daughter, Mrs. Willie Reddish However, at presentnot Catalog. forenavana
I" Green and Essie Crawford Saturday afternoon. of $21,118 to take care of sewer peels off leaving the white central enough Is known about themto
attended the dance at Starke Sat Ml s Beet Brow. Cor. Louise and Clarice Rosier spent work on Beaver Street Improve- cylinder stele. Under both green- give details.ControllNo. pk to*

,' urday night. Sunday with their cousin Willie ment project. house and field conditions such method of controlling Lotto is now
,
,"i Misses Lorene and Pauline Rev. R. F. Kirkland of Saxton black rooted
plants have been
Mae and Pansy Reddish.Mr. or preventing root rot la
,( Greene spent Friday night with was a visitor In this section Mon and Mrs. Cohen Poole were Brooksvllle Canning plant found to be capable of putting on known. Care should be taken togranted used in."JOHNRUSKINmaking
:., Jtflsa Thelma Rhoden. McCool interests to be
owned
by
day.Mrs. visiting Mrs. A. B. Rosier
.t Mr. Bascom Williams of Sandy O. L. Brown was the guest Monday.
this winter.
J. E. Rosier spent several daysin operated American Ship "Acsdia" Has Sole Privilege ; it the greatest
Starke last week the ;
serving
on
Jury. Plant City >Nine cars citrus Of Flying the Flag of Nova Scotia I'rovilcer cigar value at See

frult- hlpped from here during recent .
size
*, Smoke the
HEALTH
HOME few Y
in A. days.

*, you prefer -

:.c 'Practical Studies for '7jjDes RAIFORD I Tampa New freight truck 'x4 Perfecto Extra or
.1 line out of here started .
:J : and thersf"'J Bed Kerce. Cor. operating i xv
) first scheduled run, to Brooksvilleand *1. L. Pa"etela.Dull..dr .

.'. I Ii other cities In Tampa territory
By Dr. ERNEST H. LINES i "
Mr. J. R. Gynn of High Springs .
hi..... Aufharttv sad CM./ MniloU Dlmttr '
I Nr..UPREVENTION/. Inmrwwe ..,..." arrived here Monday and has accepted NOW
4 a position with Atlantic Plant City Hi-Grade Bakery t

Coast Line Railroad as assistant sold by W. H. Prosper to former '

"! OF ACCIDENTS agent. owner, W. A. Nagel. I ; be P .4 MORE HAVANA \

(i SERIOUS accidents In the home are very common and often remit In Mr. and Mrs. Ellie Andreu and O ONNEIIMFe
The National Safety Council reports that in a recent year I I Mrs. J. Sails were visiting here Bids called for construction of ,
I \ I there were 25,000 fatal accidents: in American homes and that over 9,000 of : with Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Conner 5.73 miles road No. 74 In Marlon 3/1 ACTUAL SltC

,\ I those who died were children under 13: years, of age; also that there were B million'nonrawaecdentsinourhomes : from Key West and St. Peters- county.-Tampa Advocate.

uow 'I burg. peI 9 MILD
I safe is your home Prevention Is a Never reach out from your bnth' Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Wyse and Tampa r.- Effort being made to

;thousand times better than cure and and touch any electric connoo- son, Robert of Jacksonville were secure Improvement of 12-mile

moet of the accidents which occur at tion; this is vtry dangerous here visiting relatives Sunday.Mr. stretch of State Road No. S extending :' ( 4 JonmRuskwi

"'home could be prevented by a little 4. If you have to climb up to cup and Mrs. Elmer Spires of northward from ,Manatee

:care. Young children are very often boards, eto., get a good step Santa Fe were here Sunday after- county line.Brooksville.
t :the victims. Many of them lose then.'lives ladder. Don't use boxes, barrels, noon visiting her parents, Mr. and
, i '' or suffer serious nod painful inJuries rickety chairs or pile books or Mrs. Nelson Ritch. i Bookshop of Tam- 1J-H-
; because of carelessness or negli'cence other objects on top of one "
; Messrs. Glenn and Phil Archieof ami' Trail to be ,moved to new
on the of adult members
part another.
West here Y. W. C.A CIGARS SATIS
;1 ".> the family Key are this week building constructed on ,
.
.' ;. Be careful getting In and out visiting their nephews, Russel and lot, opposite high school build- .
11 wwe are a few suggestions for of the bath tub. Don't leave K. D. Conner.Mr. Ing. SS CAD'A": I

t' lavomuig accidents in the home. U a cake of soap In the bath or you Drew Sweat and Miss Ro- Acadia to Sir William| Air' .

(observed, they may prevent much may step on it and hare a I cllle Sweat were in Jacksonville TALKS ON TREES ander.. a gentleman of his court sue i Itudd
1 |suffering or even death and the heart- fall. r named It
.severe Spread a bath towel Saturday and Nova Scotia, or New :
I aches and self-reproach' that comes to or mat on the bottom of the tub.A relatives. shopping visiting Porter Director the 1 land. In order that Sir William skins
Dr. E.
i I those who realne too late the dire rubber mat in the tub makes it ( take possession of bis lands ..tkO"1
i. JMmaequfinces of carelessness. safer. I, Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Sapp spent I I Bartlett Tree Research Laboratories a feudal fashion. Nova Scotia was

f the week-end In ,Brunswick, Ga., Stamford Conn.) ..- .- j a part of the county of Edlnbursb ono hide wart
: i *, .. Young children love
Fires
and
". Stoves. Burning and to put visiting their son, Cecil, who op- The planting of trees la usually ANCIENT FLAO or NOVA scoria h* entered upon ownership or bl*
scalding are the principal causes things their mouths. Begin erates a grocery store there. advisable. Some ten million were barony with .fitting ceremonies atFdlnburgb
of death from home accidents early to train them.not to do Nora Scotia the only Canadian pro. Castla. forty odd
Miss Doris Moore Miss Gertie put lout in" connection with the peerages
among children. Don't allow this. U you do see a ehild witha lace to possess a nag of Its own and are still held by descendants M
I romping and skylarking near the marble or some other small Ruth Home and Miss Lucille Edwards Washington bicentenary'observa- one ..ldom. U ever, seen on the sees the original Baronet 6f Nova Scotia i9
( kitchen stove. Don't put a thing in his mouth, don't shoutat ware In Jacksonville Sat- tions. These newly planted trees among whom are the Uarquia of Aberdeen
before nas that
, kettle or saucepan! of boiling him. You may startle him so urday on a combined business and must be given care or the outcome masthead of the Hag flying at the the Bart of BOM berry, the Can
new lO.OOO-ton task
:
water* at the front of the stove. that he will swallow it. pleasure trip. i' may not be altogether satisfactory.A ern Steamship liner "Acadu." now in of Ulnto. the Marquis of Curoon. the
Marquis of But and lord
Ochlltne
Ernest Hewitt in Gainesville of
was instance what
"'j | Any one passing may knock it striking may service between New York and Nova Th. Hag which Cape O'DonneU
I!II over and get serenely scalded. Saturday, and attended the home- follow a somewhat haphazard Scotia Permission to By tne Hag was was that of the 140 Baron received 01
Oas. Don't leave children QUESnONS.AD coming of the University of Flor planting came to notice recently. granted recently tc Oapt. Bugvo a. Nova Scotia.! i
,r t': !fl. in with alone wives and mothers should Several hundred trees were set O'Donnell. President of the Eastern A baron bore Ms title '-with power blem-
I a room ida.Mr. ,
a stove .
gas or ,
where be able to answer these questions: and Mrs. Wilbert Mann of out some two years ago. They Btaatnsblp Lena By tne Hon. Percy o. to dig (of tne will) to the suburbs 01 b complexions. ..
I:; they can reach a gas Jet. I. What are the principal causes Lake Butler, were here Sunday afternoon were mostly elms, and at the present Black. Acting Premier of Canada and hell for searching of gold mynea o.* hhej and those annoying delects.
\ in
( Accidentally play they Minister of Highway of Nova *
may of accidental death children Scotia cause everyone In th skin assumes
Old Worm
among visiting friends and rela time they are badly Infested eer..es your
j turn on the and be -Province of
gas aspbyxBe in the home? fancied the New World. smooth ;)
:a. Name an tab.usalea
deflcote appearanceexquisite
1afAd. Urea by leopard moth and also the elm The ,
P
big steamship was
. sure rooms with liven an
treasure
gas bouse of
gold sliver charm
two in which serious
\1 t are always well ventilated. Remember ways accidents Old Alvarec, who has spent a scurfy scale. Apparently little or ovation upon ner first tai'al fatmoutn. Jewels and clues of fabulous weaUa 8eeu This new
I \ the kettle may boil over bath can occur while taking a sixty day furlough here from Ft. nothing baa' been done to check and Cspt. O'Docnell was called Gold wa found bus DOW. instead ot 'Is yours NOW.. start to-djy-
S. Why should childrenbe "
I I and put the gu out. forbidden Bragg;N. C., with his mother, Mrs. these pests and yet, at the present the,'PIn' Sea Lord" by at Canadian the "suburb ot ben the traveler..

1 I s. Electricity. Electric fans should their mouths?to put things In C. :M. Alvarez, returned to his time, hundreds: of other trees are official given Nora la recognition Scotia by of.the the llaatoru.a. :services. Us York* than on the a days tt. -ineb Journey from Mew. ORIENTAL .

jl.1 be out of reach of little fingers duty there Friday. being set nearby, presumably with .., welch baa Drought so much.....0. "Acadla" and a and of p.leile p
i, Always stop a fan before moving -...Ica....I..LQ.a RaIford and community won't be not realization that the Insects and shipping to th province bays fragrant orchards paradise silver Overs lakes, REAM s

i or adjusting it Efectrie sands nil it At II* the caboose .of the strawberry now abundant upon the earlier Hi story of the NOT Bootlaa nag t* and purple Mil making a tram of"wttsh. 4OURAUDwe.ew.
tf rta 13artidtt
I' of toasters a .t grt'"lll'en"at' alL There have been trees tetereeun. loans back ea tan. ease .Flee.. a.J
I c reading lamps, irons, BtoIiS in planted may spread readily cngliak and Preach ena
m tin Horn. This Nova Scotia was sun held Prance ...... suede.
by and the .
etc., should be renewed when 12tt end quite a few blossoms showing to the others and unless control "Bvangellne Laao .
condudit artieU will k and Sds/lOiTTRLAlIlf
knows
a Aeadlav
la
an bone of .
I, c they show signs of wear and tew. Cwia Heald Rato... a:.,out In patches and some few measures) are adopted, an of the which the "Acedia" wee named IQ of where the they maid sill-taJ1ee4 wear the historic pre III'$oft.-y
:
1D Long. F.1 Mop"'e
report half grown berries. trees may be severely injured If that year King Jaece:: VI of Boot land fellow'poem r .


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f'IJD A1"_, NOVEMBER.. SS, 1082 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH!: STARKK. FLORIDA PAGE THRKSt
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93t! I EXHIBITS HOME INTEREST PRODUCTS OF FARM AND AND ATTRACT STILL, And tile Worst\ is Yet to Come-'


PoIo s.o JOiJAI .,

Some people have consigned the

i county fair into the limbo of for i
; gotten things. It has been considered

_m_____ I a dead or dying institution.
Edltor-If-Chief: AN OPEN LETTERFor ENGLISH HI POETRY The following are newspaper' reports Too easy to get entertainment over

HOPE HAYNES from English III. In which the radio, or at the picture show, I

Managing Editor the Primaries, from Santa: Here are some more productionsof the death of Duncan Is written Op the people have said. -

ROBINSON Claus. i the English m classes: in modern newspaper style: Perhaps that last statement I
ELDREDGB I'
ere, Busyville, Candy Co., Toyland:. The Six Beet Doctors gives some Insight Into the reason '-'a
" Exchange Editor Nov. 21, 1932. The six best doctors anywhereAnd KING OF SCOTLAND MURDERED why the county fair has been I !
'IYtp ABBIE HARLEY Primary Pupils, no one can deny It, WHILE ASLEEP forced to close its doors In so : -

'1 Literary Editor Starke, Florida Are sunshine, water, rest and air, many instances. The entertain-
LUCILLE EDWARDS Dear Kiddies: Exercise and diet. Inverness, Scotland, Nov. 14, ment features' of the fairs have

I have a heart full of love for These six will gladly ycu assist 1932.-King Duncan, King of Scot- been over-emphasized, and in recent

'IY Sports Editor you all and would like to fill your if you are only willing; land, was found murdered this years the county fair has hada
eater i JOHN :1NMANSociety stockings full presents on Christ- Your mind they'll cheer your Ills morning at the home of his cous- I tendency to go the way of so

Editor mas eve-but the depression is on they'll mend. in T. J. Macbeth, Thane of Cawder many other business ventures. The

JOYCE MAST and I haven't enough presents to And charge you not a shilling in Inverness Scotland. midway has been the principal at-

Class Reporters go around; so I have decided to Carlle Faulkner, King Duncan was visiting his I I traction, when the fair was supposed -
cousin, Macbeth for a few days. to show the products of
into the school house
12th Grade, Jennie Dunn go some I '
He had been on a business trip in farm, grove and garden.
and take and On Hallowe'enOn
Grade Bunnle Canova night a flashlight I'
11th I exhibits and 4
However -
Marjorie Stump look into the record books of each I the night of Hallowe'enI North Scotland. county
10th Grade, Louise Snyder9th of your teachers, and see who is. became a fairy queen Everything possible il is being] H club contests this fall, stage
the With maidens and fair done to discover the King's mur- by the county agents and really
4a Grade, Hazel Lennon making highest marks in his my bright ,
derer. Detectives and fingerprint showing the products of fields, pas- e
Editors lessons. Then Til know who to. Lighting candles everywhere. X111 '
Joke tures lots, and gardens,
Theo experts have been sent out from groves
CLYDE MORGAN give my presents to. rye heard Kelley.
neighboring cities. have indicated that an annual exhibit -
that some of get about 65 I
you per
of these will be well
d tWTLLISTON cent as a monthly average. Nowa While Walking The gates and grounds of the products
d ROUTS B. IL S. child like that doesn't deserve As I was walking beneath the house were guarded all night, attended. In most cases no forms
therefore on the of entertainment have been provided
everybody
e even a stick of candy (unless he trees,
e (By Lester Austin.) has been absent on account of sick I heard the whispering of the grounds la beings held for inspec The exhibits were not only ,
e their form of the current breeze.It the principal attraction, they were j \.N \
to .
True ness) tlon.There al uV
to the only attraction. Strange to /' a
r the local pigskin squad sounded as if the small woods Is a mystery attached r1 1JU1U% ,
.\ ,aaon, So It looks as if I'll have to give the attendance has been good. j
the the King's guards say
case, as jI
football schedule of elves
ended their : presents only to those who have I
The primary of fairs In Iw jt
e 1932 by dropping a 20-0 decisionto monthly averages from 99 per cent Were quietly talking among themselves were found asleep In with their blood own the beginning was purpose that they would tms.cbhli t
f beds this morning
team from Willlston. The I -
the down to about 80 per cent.
and have an educational value; they
I smeared their faces, hands
Invaders chalked up counters in Wish I could do better, but the Glen Wood. on
would show the visitors what Is
f bodies. also had the daggers -
They
first and twice In the final has too. -
the depression me,
I I with which the King was being grown, in the way of corn .
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quarter. Your loving friend April } !!)". ------
and cotton, peanuts and pecans,
I killed In their hands. This is a .
is the month of showers
April
To those who may be misled by Santa Claus. oranges and grapefruit, truck V
! With its sunshine and Its rain. very strange thing. Indeed, for
the report of our team's loss, it I crops of all kinds, sows and hogs, I
I murderers to do. The King's sons,
It has put forth birds and flowers,
must be stated that our boys madeIt 9TII B ASSEMBLY PROGRAMThe Donalbaln and Malcolm, who arrived chickens and eggs, and similar
a fight for the visitors., The I That you see upon the plain. products. Also the handiwork of

! core stood at 7-0 at the half, andwe Story of November-Vonda ,, Randolph Crosby.; disappeared here early, but this it morning is probablethat have farm women and girls, such as I + Do Yon Know ? + It

had high hopes of a tie, If not Inman i Winter- they have gone back to Edln: attractive articles for the women, r v vd
But the breaks fell headsup various kinds of can
victory. Vocal selection, "Always"- i burg for more detectives. Detec- garments, ..
for Willlston In the final half, MUdred McRae. Winter is here with leaves so red; tive Brown, while looking for clues, ned and preserved products, things 1j
.j I I.j It seemed,'and we got deeper In Reading, Too ,Young to Know- red; discovered bloody fingerprints on grown In the garden broads and

Die mud, especially at the final Hugh Walters. They all. seem to say we must go the door handle and spigots of the pies baked by the housewife, and
minutes of the game, when an onslaught November Events of ImportancePaul to bed. numerous other things of similar
lavoratory In Mr. Macbeth's private -
of rain served to moistenboth Raymond. They are all begging, please let bathroom. nature.In :::: j

teams considerably. Piano selection The Wedding of me stay, : Two wine glasses were also this way. recognition wouldbe w wf wv

We can take this defeat easier the Painted Doll-Elaine Wynn. But no little children. you must go found in the kitchen this morning given outstanding accom- =

than some we have suffered, since November Birthday's Lois away. with a white powdery substance In plishments along farming and
this team boasts almost as formidable Judd. Malcolm Lewis. them. This was examined and homemaking lines, and those who
record have met. Reading, Boys-Dorothy White. '. studied the exhibits could learn
a as any we found to be a drug. It is suspectedthat
the Conservation of ForestsFannie something of possibilities for im-
From preceding scores they the guards were drugged with
were doped to win at-2 to 1 odds, Silcox. these and then smeared with blood proving their own products.The .
and they didn't do so much better November Quotations-Dorothy SOCIETY I by the murderer. contests held recently have
than that. Klckllter. I I Joyce Most, Editor King Duncan is survived by his shown that there is still Interest
in such exhibits, and that fairs or
November in Other Lands-Mr.
Robinson and Crosby constituted widow, Mary Duncan, two sons, .
, the wrecking crew for the Tor- Gray. Entertainment Donalbaln and Malcolmn, on contests where these things'are + eat e t : t to
The
Homecoming the attractions V
only
practically
nadoes, one or the other being in- Announced by Millie Judd. 'entertained whom he has established his estate -
The senior class the well attended. 'i
are h
volved in almost every defensive .- alumni, the Williston football team I and a daughter, Mary, who is #

play. Packham, Shuford and Har- GENERAL LEE and the Bradford football team engaged to the Prince of England. DeLand-The names of men now $ J ,

rell also worked well on the de- Friday evening at the Woman'sClub Bunnie Canova. living in Florida who were mem- 'al' '
fense, with Robinson Stricklandand (Marie Tyson) house. bers of the dazzingly uniformed

Edwards functioning well In General Lee was a soldier brave The club house was tastefully KING OF SCOTLAND Columbian Guards who so efficiently -
the backfield In both departments Who fought so hard the South to decorated in pink and silver. The FOUND MURDERED policed the world's fairgrounds V t1 t1It

ot playing.The i 'save. flowers were artistically arrangedIn in Chicago, in 1893, are T 7{
Willlston cannonball was, as 'I' He endured many a hardship and baskets and vases about the King Duncan Found Dead At wanted as soon as possible, by; 9 i

was the case in our games with many a fall, auditorium.The Home of Macbeth Harvey J. Sconce, head of the agricultural -
Lake Butler and Live Oak, the But he was true to his soldiers all. following program was rendered department of the Cen- l 1

,, quarterback, Joe Smith, sawed-off : Groom Suspected of Crime; Miic- tury of Progress exposition, In v
and sturdy, the little fellow stood I He fought against McClellan Reading-Martha Brownlee. beth Kills Grooms In his. Anger Chicago. Mr. Sconce has in minda 'I'M a

out as runner dodger and stra- I He fought against Pope; Vocal Solo-John Powell. After Seeing Blood on Them- reunion of the members of the

tegest. I He fought against Burnside, Reading-Lucille Mitchell.He Sons Flee.Macbeth old guard now living and a confer-
And was still full of hope. had to surrender in April '65, ence of those old boys with the

SENIOR NEWS I Margaret Williams, Harry Tyson, Named Successor younger men who will constitutea

He fought against Hooper, Marjorie Stump and John Inman. similar guard for the expositionto I; ,
Seniors, our third test week is He fought against Meade, Then a very interesting contestwas (Special to Times-Union.) be held next year. The date of 1 1.a.
held. Miss Rosalind Jacobs Inverness, Scotland, Nov. 15.- the reunion has not
over. Now for a short breath be- He fought against Grant, been set and I
fore We When his soldiers 'were In need. and Halite Jones of Lawtey won The world is astonished and mystified will not be until Mr. Sconce has I"l
exams. are hoping to
have a larger number of exemp- i the prizes. about the death of Duncan, had time to confer with the sur- J ,! ,

tions this year In the twelfth I Pantomime Skit-Hope Haynes, Delicious refreshments were King of Scotland. vivors of the fair of 40 years ago
served to all those puncan, who had come to Macbeth'a and learn their t
I But In our hearts present. wishes. t
grade than ever before. Bishop Turquttil, Vicar Apettotle of Hudson Bay. whose photO.]
The seniors who are taking His He wiU always be alive. Popular music was played by home to praise him for the THAT appears above hat the moat unique diocese .In the world' ,
tory in (Sociology) are taking -. Marjorie Stump, piano, and Billy; great deeds he, had done, was Leesburg Old Fox Garage reopened It stretch from north of the 69th parallel' to the North Pole end V ?
part on a debate. The subject is FOURTH B REPORT Parker, trumpet. Found murdered this morning. :Mac- by W. C. Strickland. severe an arts of 1,852,689 square mil... 'In this territory he ha.;:| j
duff and Lennox came In about 7,880 parishioners, moat of them Etklmet. Bishop Turquatll has apentl f
"That Should
Capital Punishment three o'clock this morning to Haines City Improvementsmade thirty' year In this territory and I'a known throughout the North sai y
be Abolished." Those who are on Andrew Griffis came back to Eldredge Robinson stayed. In awaken the king. Macbeth asked at all American Store herePouring "Blahop of the Arctic. ,In addition to hit ministerial work he hat,I Iatabllehed
the affirmative side are: Daisy school: after being sick several Gainesville Friday night. the honor to call him. Upon entering s hospital' at Chesterfield' 'Inlet' 160 miles north of Churchill; I Ion t
Tompkins Abble Harley, and Okie weeks. Ruth Rowe and "Bee" Miner Hudson Bay and he hat Invented a typewriter for trsnterlblngl{
i I the room he was horrified of concrete for ,
Hlnson; those on the negative side Billy Griffls was absent Monday. went to Jacksonville Sunday after- pumpIng Indian charterers. f'
to the in blood. He
I see Icing lying unit now under constructionat .
are: Ruth Rowe, Jennie Dunn and Eloise Hayes went to Jacksonville noon. A.I ;
looked over at the sleeping grooms Bacom Point, started.CanalPoint
Annie Laura Tucker. I Monday afternoon. : Lois Adkina went to Gainesville a4 I
and found them smeared with News. -4
blood. Their daggers were also I 9

SCHOOL DAYS By DWIG I bloody. In his anger be killed Lake Worth Oakley Theatre put on new GOODYEARS ,

them. reopened recently.
for WINTER .
Lady Macbeth Is bearing up very
I IKL, IM 60NNA h4 well under the strain. She had to Leesburg-S. J. McClellan's new Brake stop your wheels but It takes I
ttT To DO etoT, t' / be carried from the room In a dead garage on Second street completed. tires that GRIP to stop your car.

Ti.Q 1'u NlFf To ICpF faint, but she Is resting very well Get this protection now for winter. ,
OK ltEsf now. She was astonished and horrified Buy new tI.... and save money on !
R to think that anything like Compass Lake-Second orange puncture, repairs, delay { 1''

this could be done in her home. packing plant erected here I

V tWfCIW, 60NNASvit For some unknown reason, Mal- GOOD E R
= f ? tlil ,1 TetotiGtlTtO colm and Donalbaln have fled Marianna Moore Gammon 1
QJ MURDER from the scene 'of murder It I. hardware Co., 'moved to building SPEEDWAYA

', Tltotlrt Ro1601N suspected that they had somethingto formerly occupied by Carrol Hardware Safe" I-ow-PrlctKJ' Tire l #
} do with the death of their fath- i Co.Hialeah. 41 f.
Tats reAar 1lII. 1ftle full Prlc.of Bach Tub a
Owrriv. .r.<-h In Pn
jPOK1H'IT, Fl t.4 er.As the sons have gone :Macbeth Puritan Cafe 1911 SOd 1& $3.75 3.i3 ..41PiU. t
PuT rr ;r-1L q being next In line for kingship will N. E. Second avenue, opened for 4.40-2 1_ 4.K r 3.t. S..W

: y0Dptfll e. a r be given the throne. It is generally business. 4.50-3: ".W'7 4.47 I.., ,
\ believed that he will make agood 4.75-1_ ,.a'7 ,.Ia I... ,
successor, because of the Allapattalr New branch storeof )
11 11J ... OUM*HIM.la Prapucuua '
It many great deeds he has done for Llndsley Lumber Co., completed I > gal.I.ISTARKE.
I/ r his REGISTER MOTOR CO. i !

country.Annie Laura Tucker. Brooks villa First shipmentsof FLORIDA ,: ;
l a Hernando county's winter fruit .
HONOR ROLL crop moved to northern markets "

.' / from Brooksville Citrus Growers' _
2 Through error the name of Dor- association packing house.
I. othy Swanbom was omitted from I Wake Up Your Liver Bile .
'i
'
the honor roll of the llth gradelast Lake Worth Started on 1m-
'I week. irovementu at city property at "
Seventh avenue and Q. Street and ,
: i t Wednesday afternoon. 23rd and Q streetsJacksonville -Without Calomel( S

.T ti1' Miss Daisy Tompkins spent the i

: ; week-end Genevieve in Jacksonville.Kealy motored to ., lumber granted- Cummer charter ExportCo. to do And You'll Jump Out of Bed-Utw.dos '*Osm boa II II sot)Mt...AMD... ..to.!.tk.. -....M...! 1 '

Hampton last Friday afternoon. business here.EIGHTH. In the Morning Rarin to Go Gee bios. .. y- --... Tea ..... 61 i iU

: <.,>..lHta. yMknrtkkilM. ,kte 4';
% SIXTH GRADE GRADE NEWS If JOII feel tour and sunk and the en. ..... sea Y. tdedaaln T.w .... ,
world looks punk,dont swmllow a lot aaae.aVwwSOWS.......T_......
/ .R.fA lour room had charge of chapel ,, The eighth grade history class ef -ita, mineral water 00. laxative vaa.rpa'ewIaaarta .
I Tuesday. We gave the following has Just finished an encyclopediaof or chawing sum and expect .a.ioedd4CABTauLA'ffi 9

program: the the War betwen the States. to make: you' suddenly tweet UVDPILLI..............-. ....... y'
soot Piano Solo, "The Dreamer" by This was taken as a class projectand and buoyant: sad full of sunahlne.Fee aowiepa.alsadu.ayoelust' "........-, ;
Clara Flume.A the work was greatly enjoyedby they cant do !tt. They only n. arch seededu,. lrral.e, gees.v .
reading, Thanksgiving Dreams all. more the bowels and a mar movement +sa tf rte..el..r.les.baa It arlr M
J by :Mary Lee Stafford. This Is the third project workedout doesn't get at the cause. The) a1.Yhita.ba.a..holr.H.o4ee'tekfelvesalo.LetfeCssW..
A playlet. Th New SuIt" by by our history class and we ......lor your doln+ad-out feeling "
Charles Priest, Mellle Sllcox, Etta: plan to have one for each monthof .Is your'a.... It shook pour out two I&IIe u-PtSa Ieok le..._C.es'slean
Fae Dyal. Theodore Tyler Artie the school year. wands: of liquid tilt Into your bowels u1'1II.w ...e4 tsar.tr..... r
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;' 'rAGE FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE FLORIDA _, __ ___ RI :/NOVEMBER 25,1Pt8]
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COLONIAL PARTY M. L. and A. A. Crews of Aal two bands a canteen, often on Mt Dora-New filling station to Bartow Naomi Smith-

GIVEN AT MANSEA ford and Miss Maggie Crews of: Sunday nights we have visiting be erected on Fifth Avenue southat ed Dew equipment In bet lasin-;;

this place attended the funeral speakers or musical talent of the Alexander street. shoppe beauty

I ,5ocietv colonial costume party was services and burial of their broth- best" grade. And the inmates of. Rockledge Woodwork in city: Bartow DurLon' I

given at the manse Friday evening er-In-law, W. J. Hardee at Antioch ten provide an evening of enter hall repainted. erred at' 220 E. Main BtnetI tUdJ opo
to the members and friends of the cemetery near LaCrosse Sunday. talnment. Also a school for the

Presbyterian church by the Ladles Sonny Griffis is spending sev- whites under the direction of Dr. 'LI

Auxiliary. The manse which, lends eral days here with J. T. Marr. Mitchell of the University of Florida I
BAPTIST W. M. S. TO Juntas Smith for scoring second Itself so charmingly for entertaining Friends here of Mrs. W. J. Har- and a school: for the negroes BOREE & GIDDENS

MEET MONDAY high. was opened ensulte and the dee, regret to learn of the death of under the direction of Dr. Lee of I

The hostess assisted by Mrs rooms were decorated in poinsettias her husband, which occurred at the Agricultural\ and Mechanical Funeral Directors

The Baptist W. M. S. will hold Nat Turnbull served a tempting and E'Wile de France roses, their home near Hilliard Satur- College of Tallahassee. At at no

their business and program meeting salad course to the players, who and with relics of colonial inspirations : day, Nov. 19th. Mrs Hardee wilt coat to the State. I COURTEOUS SERVICE-PIIONE 5-0304

, at the church Monday after- were as follows: Mrs. O. L. The service table was cov- be remembered as Miss Ava Crews See the purpose? It Is to main

., noon at 3 o'clock. Circle No. 2, Haynes Mra. Junlus Smith, Mrs.J. ered with a lace cloth and centered daughter of F. .M, Crews. tain as normal an atmosphere as Funeral complete including a nice casket, Cadillac Hear**. (m.
with Mrs. I* G. Powell leader will C. Robinson Mrs. N. Sternberg, with a crystal basket of lavendarand Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Grlffls were possible. The aim is to provide a I balmlng', lowering device, tent; and chairs earth covered green

have charge of the program. Mrs. A. Z. Adklns, Mrs. E. L. yellow chrysanthemums visiting relatives here Tuesday.Mr. sane outlook. It Is my conviction j gram around the grave. Everthlng complete at a cost of One
Mrs. C. Mrs.D. Hundred Dollars-all equipment; aew. Visit
Biggs, A. Knight our
Funeral
4 flanked with pale green tapers in George Wilkinson made a that if the men and women can be Par
TRI-COUNTY FEDERATIONTO A. Montieth. Mrs. L. Wymau crystal holders.A business' trip to Lawtey Tuesday convinced that the State government lora and show room 86,8'1'.89.91 Riverside Avenue, Jacksonville"Fla ,

MEET TODAY ,Mrs Edward Burns, Mrs. '"W.; 'M. play entitled "The Return of Mrs. Nelson T. Green and chil- Is kindly, that the people of I Caaket display and show room near depot at Bennett's
J. E. Wilson. Warehouse, Starke Fla., also ambulance
Wainwright and Mrs. ; service.
dren spent! Tuesday here with the State that
j !.... < George and Martha Washington"under ; : are kindly and a
The Trl-County Federation rot int.; AND MRS. O. L. BEASLEY the direction of Mra. R. J. relatives: man or a woman may spend sometime
Women's Cluba will meet Erlday: Davis and Mrs. E. M. Davis was Services were held at the High here and it will not be held
afternoon (today'at) 2:30: ,oo1ock' ENTERTAIN AT BRIDGE cleverly given by the Misses Mar land Baptist church Sunday by against them-then institution
-
at the club house. Representatives Jorle Stump and Genevieve Kenly Rev. J. L. Strickland. will deserve the standing it new
Mr. and Mrs. O. I were
Beasley
'I from Union Baker and Brad- and Messrs. S. R. Johns ,Jr., and Miss Beth Wimberly and Ethel has-that of the chief unit of the Do You Know
boat and hostess to members of I + ?
ford will be present at this meet- their club at Charles Pender. Novel and ap- Ricks were shopping in Starke best prison system in the United +
Thursday
" ', Ing. Mrs. Louse H. Hill of Lawtey, their home Walnut evening street. propriate games arranged by Mrs. Tuesday.C. States,
will be in charge of the session on I I H. H. Young created much merri- M. Grlffls and L. M. Austin When therefore cheap sensa-
The residence, which lends Itself -
ment. An artistic program of mu- were business visitors to Starke tional yellow journal tactics are
so charmingly for entertaining
STARKE GARDEN CLUB decorated sic was given by Wins Anita Tuesday. launched to cast mud on a shining g
was throughoutwith
TO.HOLD MEETING baskets and bowls of chrysanthemums manch who played several court-j C. C. Butler and Wm. Parks of system, the damage falls not onlyon ;
I IJ in shades of yellow ful selections on the violin. Tacksonvllle were calling on old wholesome and progressive peo-

r J The Garden Club of Starke will' and white. Four tables were at John Powell sang "GenevIeve": friends here Tuesday. pie but on the more than 3000 men
and social Mr. G. W. Kenly: "Annie and women who are benefltted
j bold a regular business play and at the conclusion of the sang I by
meeting at the home of Mrs E.,' for Laurie", and a trio composed of CHAPMAN TELLS OF WORK it."
games, prizes high scores were '
t
of' Mrs. R. J. Davis, Mr. John Powell
1C Ferryman on the afternoon 'I i
presented Mrs. E. L. Biggs and Mr.
t' 3 o'clock. and Mrs. G. W Kenly "Car- (Continued' from 1.)
.' Thursday, Dec. 1, at N. Sternberg, while Dr. and Mrs. sang page OUR BELOVED
f All ladles of the town Interested 'H. B. McLendon received the con- ry Me Back to Ole Virginia' and Are men ever whipped. Never Are -

jl+ ', In Garden Club work are invited solation gifts. "Auld Lang Syne"; Mrs. E. M. Davis men abused or cursed? No. Are Dear father I'm still listening

, to attend. Late In the evening the hostess was the accompanist. Miss Lucille men kept in solitary confinement? To those gentle words of caution

\ Roses and their culture and served a salad course to the guests Mitchell gave a reading en- Yes. And this la the only punishment That guided my footsteps carefully

1'\, plans for a flower show next who were: Dr. and Mrs. B. L. titled "Widder Budd." that Is found to be necessary Through the pathway of time.

spring will be discussed at thlat Biggs, Dr. and Mrs. H. B. McLen. The refreshment committee com- There are a number of solitary

', t meeting. don Mr. and Mrs F F. Stump Mr. posed of Mrs. J. M. Mitchell Mra. cells at Raiford and at times it Is I know you are resting peacefully

, ,' --.-- and Mrs. L. D. Vining, Mr. and D. Williams, Mrs. W. M. Morrow, necessary to use them. But never On God's gentle loving breast,
WE-LAKA SEW CLUB Mrs. John Uglow and Mrs. '1'. N. at any time is abuse permitted in all V
Mrs. D. A. Montieth, Col. and Mrs. May we live so righteously,
H. V. Knight, Mr. and Mrs. N. Kendrick served refreshments of the form of bodily pain. That we will abide with thee
Pink roses and ferns were used Sternberg and Mrs. Nat Turnbull. frozen fruit salad, pound cake, But what about the bad men? there.
by Mrs. O. A. Wiggins in decorat- tea and candled cherries. Tea was Well this is the problem. Men
ing her home Tuesday when she poured by Mrs. S. E. Brownlee and'
MIIS. LENTIIALL WYMAN are made as comfortable or as un- Why should we mourn about you :
! : entertained her sewing club. ENTERTAINS Mrs Chas. Ward., I' comfortable as their conduct per- When thou art at peace with irr +
The afternoon was pleasantly. ," y '
mits. When men cannot be trusted God? 4
'
pent in sewing, cards and conversation Among the social events of this I to behave they face solitary con He's our every staywhy shouldwe :

:I and at the tea hour the week was the prettily appointed HARTSBURG finement, and an effort Is made cry? r ,

hostess served delicious refreshments bridge party given by Mrs. L. Wy- 'I constantly to ser) that no undue He says, "Cry-'ft1)l:, I'm with iGw
, '"' in keeping with the Thanks. man Tuesday afternoon at her Miss Virginia Brantley, Cor. temptation is offered men who may thee." t

;?/; giving season. The next meeting her home on Cherry street. not,be strong enough Withstand 1
.If/ will be held at the home of Mrs. It. Come dear
Bowls of
yellow chrysanthemums ones I'm calling
R B. Weaver afternoon Mrs. J. S. Andrews ana v'irglna you
k i on Tuesday decked the living room, Movies Al ) Shown To Join me in this heaven ao fair
"I r: where tables were placed for play, Brantley were visiting in Hell- The great theme behind the No' sorrows.and sadness troubles
} Those present were: Mrs Nellie A number of interesting progressions bronn Springs' Sunday. handling of men Raiford is their you.

1\\ Martinez Mrs. W. H. Andrews, of contract bridge) were en- Mrs. Thomas O'Neal was visit- own welfare. :It 'must be noted Come on, and be with God.
Mrs., Sam Anderson Mrs. A. H. Mrs. Pearl Andrews Tuesday '
' : Joyed during the afternoon and ing that only 3 per cent of the men

1'1': Harley, Jr., Mrs. ''1'. E. Moseley when scores, kept on dainty tallies evening. die at Raiford; 97 percent returnto Dedicated to my father, O. C.
Mrs. R. E. Weaver, Mrs. A. W. Mrs. lola Monds of Lawtey attended
civil life. If these made THlls
of floral design, were totaled men are who departed this life No-
.
Anderson and Mrs. W. C. Manning. Mrs. N. Sternberg held-high and church. at Saxton Sundaymorning' worse by their stay at the State vember 27. 1929. THAT an Indian named Grey Owl has through sheer 'love of the beaver

I ji ENTERTAINED Mrs. W. M. Wainwright second Farm then the institution at Rai Mrs...T. L. SHcox.. great patience, become so adept In handling them that the
BRIDGE CLUB I
the
high. Each were presented prizes. Mr. Hugh Andrews was I ford is*a menace to the State, a Canadian Government has put him In charge of the beaver, colonies
,'jj; At the close of the afternoon a guest of Mr. Buck Starling of sore that is steadily pouring 'a,, Panama In Canada's newest national park, Riding Mountain' In Manitoba? The
'r A delightful affair of Thursday Hellbronn Springs Sunday.Mr. Miller Motor Service leaver have learned to trust Grey Owl and the photograph shows him
stream of Into the life of
evening was the bridge party given delicious refreshment course was and Mrs. O. C. Edwards attended poison I for business In Asbell building on feeding one of his' friends In Riding Mountain' Park Grey Owl atatti
I by Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adklns served. The guests composingclub church at Saxton Sunday Florida. If on the other hand the Second street. hat the beaver U the most easily tamed of all the wild animals.
members and men and women are somewhat improved -
friends were:
J ; at their home to members of their morning. . .
\j club and friends. Mrs. T. A. Llefeld, Mrs. L. D. Vln- : Everybody is cordially Invited to if not actually made good, :" .' : '. '. :': ':' .: ',.'. :' : -". : :',., '
then this institutionIs a standing
Mrs. Mrs. Nat
Ing Edward Burns,
;j A variety of fall flowers pret- attend Sunday school at 10 o'clocka.
't; tlly arranged throughout the home Turnbull Mrs. O. L. Beasley Mrs. nv church at 11 a. m. and 7 p. blessing, refreshing! and revivingthe e
N. Mrs. J. C. Robinson whole ocla>'Mfe-of the State.
Sternberg
added a gay note of color to the m. Prayer meeting Wednesday at
' Mrs. O. L. Haynes Mrs. A. Z. Ad- To improve the outlook of the men PLEE -ZING
}
.J rooms, where the guests were entertained 7 p m. and Y. P. E. Friday at 7
I 4I klns Mrs. J. E. Wilson, Mrs. W. M. I and women there Is the unremitting -
, at contract At .
, '1 bridge. p. m. at Saxton. Please come.HIGHLAND
Wainwright Mrs. D. A. Montieth. I effort- the Board of 1omI :: -
+ the conclusion of the game, scores .
I missioners, which includes the
I were totaled and prizes awarded
W. M. S. HOLD ANNUAL Governor Mr. Carlton Mr. Mayo,
" :. ;
Mrs. E. M. Johns and Mr. W. M.
'; for ELECTION OF OFFICERS agricultural commissioner; Judge 55&
1 Wainwright making high. FOOD
STORESSPECIALS
" I ,Landls, ,attorney general: Mr. >
Mrs. Adklns, assisted by her
M. E. Crews Cor.
, ,
I The Woman's Missionary Societyof I Gray, secretary pf State; Mr. .
daughter, Miss Lose served a salad flaw-
the Methodist church met Mon I Knott treasurer; Mr. Cawthon
; course to the following guests: 1
I 'day afternoon at the church, with W. G. Crews passed through school superintendent, and Mr.
j': Mr. and Mrs. W. M.
Wainwright,
5.: :Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Knight, Mr. thirty-two members present. here Saturday enroute to Hllllard Amos comptroller To this end for Friday and Saturday, NOVEMBER 25th & 26th'T
Griffin he called accountof movies are provided once a week, .
e : The president Mrs. T. J. where was on I
. and Mrs. J. C. Robinson Mr. and !
' vice the death of his brotherinlawW. ''a baseball team for both the*
absent the presi-
being C. B. Hash
;Jt :Mrs. J. E. Wilson, Mrs. R. F. Dem- FLOUR Plee-Zing
dent, Mrs. A. Wood, presided over J. Hardee. I whites and negroes maintained,1
t and Mrs. E. "
:\ \ M. Johns.
k h'i f"ores" : | the business session and the study Plee..Zing 6lbs. 19c. 12 1.2s, 3 for __________ 25clbs.

;}BRIDGE CLUB MEETS .'reviewed circle leader a,chapter Mrs. E. K from Ferryman Korea, "Carry Me Back. to Old, Vifgi4yy"{ 34c;24 lbs. _______ 64c Potted Meat, Plee-Zing .

.. Mrs. O. L. Beasley entertained the Land of Dawn. I, And to New York on the Acadia Rambler, 6lbs. 17c; 12 1-4s, 3 for ___________ lOc
; 'Thursday afternoon in her home During the business session it
Ibs. 29c 24 lbs. 53c
J.; .' with a bridge party for members was decided to have a surprise ... a .. ; ------ Biscuit Flour Plee-Zing
package sale the first Monday in : k ,
of her club and friends : :
:
; :;
f"I Yellow and white chrysanthe- December. Election of officers for I", t, < < : a.i,'''i.y r" i4 Coffee, Plee-Zing, vac. can 40 oz. pkg. _-_______..; 27c
t.. 1933 resulted as follows: Presi- ,: r > :
mums were artistically combined : 1.1 :: 1" I1CRDII9

" j ,,in decorating the home for this delightful dent, Mrs. T. Olson; Vice president, ; ( ; '..j'1.' ,' t, '.> lb. ------------.-- 30c Food 2 for 23c
Spot
" \ party. Scores were kept Mrs. A. Wood; Corresponding Secretary ,.'> ', .1''W'', ....",,.I-, ,.r/" Coffee, Fresh Ground, lb. 15c Dog ----

,' on tallies of Thanksgiving design, Mrs W. G. Haile; Recording ,..j ,,')' "" '4". t '
r f:' and at the close of five progressions Secretary, Mrs.: J. W. White; ..< ".'''\ ''' k'r. -" '!+'IO, ot>;\' It-F-/ b 1d",, Mackerel salt, 60 cont 2 for 15c

, a prizes were given Mrs. O. L. Treasurer Miss Amelia Ray; Superintendent -M1''-"' -- -i1 t.IMMaaNkaN"Nr/fl, ,.., 4+p.; i.,.,.y. Meal or Grits, 10 lbs. ___...._ 15c

f Haynea: for making-- high and Mu.t' ,. Ritch; Supt. of of study Christian Mrs.:Social J. H. .Jt.:%rn5hasnMaw if4 tn111"c{ ,>; .',"1..n' "...""' ...auaaMU.. .. .,+ ft''".. y.ydIar.d: ," \wwx'' Fancy Blue Rose Rice SIbs. 13c Prunes, Sunsweet, 2 lb..pkg 15c

\'. Relations Mrs. L. A. Davis; Superintendent + ".Ill '"

;, 01.1VORJh' of local work, Mrs.A. rn, 'r .8.g Potatoes 10 Ibs. 15c mixed Plee-
Yr3+lipatk'.4N. ' Z. Adklns: Supt. of supplies, : ? was a ears kkI fa" wS r1 g" ,
? NERVES Mrs. E. S. Matthews Supt. of Onions, 3 lbs. ---------- lOc Zing 15c size, bottle ___ IOc

i Literature and Publicity, Mrs. G.

A. Taylor. Milk Plee-Zing tall Noodles
i'i'l' .... ," Macaroni, Spaghetti,

,,) CONNERLEWISOne Evaporated, can ______5c Plee-Zing _2 pkgs. 15c

:? I of the most attractive

; events here recently was the SugarS Ibs. ------_____ 2lc Lard, 2 lb. pkg. 15c; 4lbs. 28e
I
wedding of Miss Thelma Lewis and

.", Mr. Wilton Conner which took Oatmeal Plee-Zing Hotel lb. 27c
: Butter creamery,
, place Wednesday 'at 0:30 o'clock < pure

"'..,. at the home of the bride's parents, Size, pkg. -------_-- 15c 17c
Mr. and Mrs. Cheese full cream lb
,j Harry Lewis near Sf ---
.
,,.",' Starke.The home was tastefully deco- Pop Corn, for kids, Plee- Best Grade White Bacon Ib 8cZing
,. ,
,yellow rated with; the the wedding colors bower of green was and amass $ : s k 10 oz. tm, can ---- lOc No. I Sliced Breakfast .


of trailing ferns and lovely 1': Apple Sauce, Musselman's Bacon, lb. ____________ 15c

:tr UP TO your ears in work- fern roses formed and beautiful the arch French, making lace it No. 2 can, 2 for ---- 15c Breakfast Sausage, lb. ___ 20c

"'j every; nerve at high tension. all look like fairyland.
:" No wonder ;yon snap at; the wife The bride was becomingly'dress. CiBUI'' -HoasS RRCIU6 ow Of* a t4RdJ.wm BII'KH e Chili Con Carne; Plee-Zing Smoked Country Sausage

,:.{ and Watch bark at; the oat children.I Overworked ed in a chic gown of winter blue Dominion''Old Vlrgmny., the beautiful the historic Old Tuesday Norfolk: for afternoon.the return Sept to 20 New, and York leave No. l ___________..4._ lOc Ibs. ____________ t5c
1', nerves' may; lead to Steepl, .*- crepe and her flowers were of yel- Land of the on

';},))1! pees Nervous! Headache Nervous -- loy chrysanthemums. Miss Edna Cavalier and real southern nospiialIty Acadia Wednesday la one afternoon.of the fastest Sept and 31. most the Brillo 2 for ____:_L_____ 15c Fresh Pork Hams, half or
.J, Indigestion and a boat; of Lewis sister of the bride, was -who of the north has not :yearned comfortable of teamhlp and flea '

ether unpleasant disturbance maid of honor, and Miss Gladys to be carried there In September or pleased thousand of voyager 1X> this. whole ------- 121.2c
Why; cion t; yon try Dr. Mile* Underhill, bride's maid. Both October when summer la a. IU! beet at her first summer of service between Mustard, prepared qt. jar 14c
Effervescent Nervine Tablets ladles Norfolk: and Virginia Beacb. when the New Tork: and Nova Scotia. tOe
Ribs lb.
young were attractively Pork ________
Jut one in a half glass of surf U ,
mule-warm wbere the
dressed in black Jell There will be two week-end cruises at Va. Sausage Plee-Zing
water makes a pleasant, spark. evening gowns COUTM are a fine teat of the player very low price. (35, sjo and 133. The ,
y flag drink delightfully soothing and wore sweetheart roses "as a skill and where the un shimmers over I cot of a show and a dinner In Hew. 1.2s, 3 for _________ 25c Pig Tails, lb. __________- 9c
a to over-taxed nerves. corsage. Hampton Roads, scene of the world I Tork would pay for the, entire trip on
Dr. Miles' Nervine Is nownade The groom's attendants were B. famous sea duel between the Monitor : th. ship ailing from New York Friday 1 lb. 9c
5c Butter
lb. Peanut jar _
seedless 1-2 __
Raisin pkg.
In two forma Liquid and J. McRae of Waldo, who acted as and the Merrlmac I .. Sept 83 and 80( and arriving ,
I Effervescent; Tablet. Both haTe best man and Felix Sapp who Who. too. of the South baa not I back to New York Monday at 8 80 t
4' the same soothing effect. served longed to tread the "Sidewalk of New A. M. At email additional expense the
$1.00 at your drug stores Underhill as groomsman.played the Miss Hazel York" view her towering skyscraper cruise passenger may enjoy sure bathing A. H. GREEN J. ,We WHITE& SON
march wedding and her Imposing skyline from New and golf at famous Virginia Beaeb.
York harbor and vui her wonderful The rate cover .very necessary n-
The newly married couple wenton museum, park, theatre and hotels'Tech pens. cruise stateroom meal, and NEW MEAT MARKET Full LIne of Garden and Field Seeds.. Lard
a short wedding trip, from yearning may now be *ati ned chipboard entertainment. The Acadia a- '
which they wW return in a few In luxury on the new lO.OOO-ton palatial ailing date from Norfolk: are Sept. PIIONE 86 Cana and Syrup Cane
ll NERVINE days and make their home near ocean liner Acadia of the Eastern 21. 33. 38 and Oct. 3. Band KCI-OM I
TABLETS Steamship Lines which will leave New the aea-"Old Vlratnn," and "LltU
Starke. York oa her flint crulae to Norfolk.,Old New Yorkl".






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-zsszsrs m.si sz su Mrs. C. A Knight left Tuesdayfor ; REPORT OX CROPS I for marketing until after January OX DECK HUNT I Crestvlew ._ New fixtures arrived ''I 5''

Macon Ga., where she will visit SAY LITTLE HARM 1. I for local post Office

D relatives for a week. CAUSED BY FROSTS I Cucumbers, some frost damageat Starke sportsmen and friends on I "
i oi I Wauchula. The Fort Myers a deer hunt in Dixie county this ;, Crettvlew -- Charles Webb sold '

; Mrs W A. Stern and daughter, crop now la being harvested. week are: Messrs. K. E. Branch, Model Tailoring Co. to Jack Street
iLDcfti Louise, spent Tuesday in Jackson (Continued from page 1.) Peppers, slight Improvement in Jacksonville Beach; W E. Torode, -q- ,''r

I vllle. bulletin said reacted almost Immediately condition at the middle of Novem- H. C. Wall. J. J. Truby Rex Sweat, Clearwater-W. H. Armston & o
to the cut off of the ber. Jacksonville; Sheriff W. J. Epper- Co.. awarded sub-contract for

ev\ State's Attorney and Mrs. A. S. large supplies in the Lake Okee- Potatoes, acreage will be materi- son, Carl Johns, O. L. Haynes, L. street paving at Soldiers' horn. E ',

Crews spent Monday in Jackson- chobee region that was flooded' ally reduced If present plans ma- M. Gray, Gainesville; Maurice Edwards -

I Concerning Our People Baainei and vllle. earlier in the month. Central Fft>r- terialize. Dade and Lee counties Dr. C. D. Whltaker, state Sanford Fleischer Bra. shippedstring
Ida has completed its bean harvest will be the only ones to have nor- farm D. A Montleth and B. I beans recently.i
.* ,',
of than/ County and Town. ,n E i ,
Program Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Saul spent frost having killed what was: mal acreage. Jacobs I

I Thanksgiving in Jacksonville with left. I' Tomatoes, heavy rains have seriously I -MIUTANT.MAAY- '
relatives. Shipments, generally, of several ?
____....""" IJCtl -_. IIIIIQtIQQIl; ; ; ; d525Z5z5Z5o; : damaged the Fall crop in BORES AND GIDD1NOS! BUILD I
[ OCl innnnr 11 iREPORT ----------- Fall vegetables the report said, most areas, especially in Dade
WE.\TIIER Col. and Mrs. D. E. Knight spent Dr. Orlen Lewis of Miami Beach will continue light throughout November Broward and Collier counties DISPLAY. ROOM IN STARKE I l I'd-rother-bovif

Tuesday in Jacksonville. and Mr. Roy Rogers of Baxley, I "
compiled Tby Starke branch, Ga., were recent guests of Mr. and "In general" the report asserted COMMISSIONERS: Boree and Glddens, funeral directors towork.toobcJrdtbo.not'wol'f ,- I ; 1 1woulddt'YOU'

u Service. Col. J. Li. Fraiee was a visitor Mrs. J. A. Saul. "the condition of truck crops HAVE BUSY MEET of Jacksonville are building a ) J
Forestry
IT & Nov. 22 1932. in Fernandina Saturday.Mrs. In the Southeast Is somewhat low- branch warehouse on Tenth street ,
week ending the S. A. L. station! '
T Max. Mia. Preclp Mr. and Mrs. John Hanson ot er than on November 1. While (Continued from page 1.) I near Railway \
[ah) 19 53 G. M. Inman spent Tues- Syracuse and, Lakeland, recently some improvement is noted in cab- The building will contain a displayroom A'ME
16 forfeiture fund haa practicallybeen where a new line of caskets For'Satai
le i 78 &62 day in Pensacola. spent a few days with Rev. A. E bage and strawberries other crops "
IT exhausted on account of the metallcs and steel vaults will be
f: &M .62: Dunham on their way south. ahow quite a drop in condition as STILL.- HAS
18 fact that we get such a little for on display.
for' of No-
B8 Col. and Mrs. J. L. Frazee and compared with the reports
,((0.i9 66 the hire of county convicts, and I Boree and Glddens are offering '
Lester Price Robinson of the U vember 1."Growers. LOT5-OF-JOB3
60 36 Mrs. J. L. Frazee Jr., spent Thursday -
Nilf. 20 the further fact that so many of ambulance service and all modern r
67 35 In Jacksonville. of F., is spending the Thanksglv the condition of h
report
Saf' 21 the taxes are still unpaid, I I equipment. Heads of the firm say A FOR- IDLE
22 '67 4* T. ing holidays with his parents Mr. snap beans in Florida at 60 per I,
fat. "Therefore be it resolved, that that it ia not connected with any
rainfall for week .62 IB.ir Mrs. N. D. Wainwright and Mrs. and Mrs. J. C. Robinson. cent of normal, compared with 75 HANDS TO -DO! '
| Total we as a Board of County Commissioners burial league, and has no traveling .
D. T. Clark spent Saturday ir November 1. This U ,
i I per cent on do ask permission! from the salesman or middleman.G. .I!' '" tw.. '" -
of DeLand, Is Gainesville.Miss Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Johnson ana and .
Cecil Beck mainly due to heavy rains +
I
] in
Hon. Amos, comptroller for authority -I H. Bennett will be placed
Charles Darby. children of Plant City were frosts in the various bean -- -
Mr. pro- i'
|kung; to transfer the said sum charge of the branch office here.
.- Hazel Middleton spent the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. H'I ducting areas of the State."
of 972113. from the building fund MILITANT'' MARY
)yr. J M Darby was a tmslnemItitor week-end in Gainesville attendingthe Struth on Thanksgiving. Crop conditions for Florida pro- to the fine and forfeiture fund to \ i !
in Tampa Tuesday. homecoming festivities.Dr I duce Include the following reports: be used for the payment of bills STILL SCORE BERRIES

Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Biggs oi Cabbage, 71 per cent of normal payable out of said fine and for FoJk 'soy.ifsruinous.to.rUD'up
pr. Edmund H. Teeter of Jack- and Mrs. O. L. Haynes and Lawtey, and Mrs. O. J. Griffin and compared with 67 per cent on No- feiture fund" Triplets this time, we're speak

""vUle" was In Starke! Monday.A. Miss Sarah Hope Haynes spent son. Owen, of St. Augustine were vember 13. 1931. Also the following resolution ing of strawberries, of course, were
Monday in Jacksonville.Mrs. I the guests of Dr. and Mrs. E. L. Celery, 78 per cent normal, com- was adopted: presented at the Telegraph office bilbjlm-not-so) e

E Wall Jr., spent the week'tod T.I Biggs Thanksgiving day. J'cl.red1lh 80 per cent November "That whereas, there i" now in Monday by E. C. Priest. Mr. Priest
with MIlton ; was proud of them, and well he SURE: I
In Gainesville E. :M.: Johns and Mrs 1. the special' relief fund a balance ;
Brownlee at the U. of F. J. Griffin motored to Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Brownleeand Lettuce 58 per cent normal, of 9246.83, might be, for they were beauties. It.bn't.what

--... Tuesday and spent the day. daughter, Madge and Miss compared with 77 per cent Nov, 1. "And whereas, there aro no They were picked from a patch

Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Wilson mo- Martha Brownlee are spending the Green peas, rain storm practi- debts contracted to be paid out of owned by him and Jim Starling, {.owe, ITS '
lured to Jacksonville Sunday andpmt Mrs all is spending this Thanksgiving holidays in DeLant cally wiped out the 1000 acres in said relief fund, located went! ; of L. D. Vining'shome WHATI'PAYTHAPKEEPS .

t the day. week In Tampa and St. Petersburgwith with Col. and Mrs J. E. Futch. the Lake Okeechobee section. "And that, whereas there are '

relatives. I Eggplant, severe damage reported not sufficient funds in the widow's .
llr[ and Mrs. Geo. A. Gardiner Mr. Crawford Old left Tuesday in the Brooksville area. Lee pension fund to pay the mothers PAY DUES i ia'PitaHegh
Thursday with their uncle,, Mrs. J. E. Maines of Lake But- For his home in Baltimore, Md., after county eggplant will not be ready with children of school age now POOR V VJ J ,

gar, H A. Underhill ler, spent Friday here the guestof I a visit here with his uncle and attending, which have been placedon Mrs. Lulu Hutto financial sec yJl

Mrs. D. E. Knight. aunt, Mr. and Mrs Geo. A. Gardi the widow's pension roll retary for the Woodmen Circle -

J tin Flora B. Cady Is spending ner. EAT Therefore bo it resolved that asks that all member please send o ... ..-....,-,_.. ,..-,- ...- '
Bill. week in Jacksonville and Talalusee Mrs. W. A. Stern and daughter, we as a board of county commissioners their dues to her on time. Don't .
Louise, spent Tuesday in Jacksonville Mrs. Vonda E. Inman and Mrs. Your Thanksgiving do ask permission from the cause a delay as she must send '

L. S. Hutto attended the Second Hon. Ernest Amos, comptroller, them in by the '5th day of each ATLAS ?

!Hiss Beatrice Cady of Jackaon- North District meeting of the Turkey DinnerAT for authority to transfer the sum month to keep from suspending
1 r51 spent the week-end with,her Mrs. J. W. White, Miss Cassie Woodmen Circle at Jacksonville of $5000'' from the special relief the grove, One day later makes it $ t

[wilier, .Mr*.; Flora B. Cady White 'and Mtss Dorothy White :':Friday afternoon. I I TIIECaroJa : fund to the widow's pension fundto bad for all. The Standard Oil
spent Thanksgiving in Green Cove be used for the payment of bills *
lire N. B. Lovell and Mrs. Tur- Springs with Rev. L. G. Ray. Mr. George Blair and Mrs. Ethel i. : payable out of said widow's pen VININO GROUNDS IMPROVED Tire GuaranteedOne
[!re of Ocala, were guests of Mrs. Scott, and Miss Louise Sterman,, Cafe sion fund." -

1 1l Saul Thursday. Mrs. W. J. Epperson and Mrs. all of Wlldwood, were guests of The following were placed upon Elaborate plans for landscapingthe YearFrigidaire 1!
Dale Vansickel are spending this Misses Edna and Carrie Hutto last the widow's pension roll at $2.00 grounds surrounding the new
Mr. and Mrs. W. C; Spencer of week in Lakeland and St. Peters Friday afternoon.Mr. month for four months for each home of L. D. Vining Just west of i
)Tampa, were the guests of Mr. and burg with friends and relatives.Mr. SOC per child of school age, now attending: Starke have been completed and ..............

Ira 0 L. Beasley for the weekad and Mrs. A. C. Durden Mr. Inzle Morrow Hampton, $6.00. work will begin soon under the dl-

and Mrs. Robert Demorest and Mrs. C. C. Hoppe of Tampa, The Home of Good There being no further business rectlon of D. C. Wall of Ocala.
and small daughter, Ona, spent' were the guests of Mr. and Mrs., the board adjourned until the next Plans include a small pool, circular ;

Mr and Mrs. L. A. Davis spent Friday in Starke with friends and O. L. Beasley Thanksgiving day. regular meeting to be held Mon- driveway, rose garden, oleander ,
and Service
I the week-end in Fernandina with relatives.. Mrs Hoppe remained for a several Cooking day, December 5th, 1932. and bamboo hedges, and extensive -

I llr Davis' mother, Mrs. Mary Da-, week's visit. O. W. Alderman, Clerk. settings of pecan, magnolia, the three year guar- a f
Ivte and sister, Mrs. J. R. Hardee. Mr. and Mrs F. A. Canova and and satsuma trees.DISCOUNT .

daughter, Mary Ann spent Thanks Mr. and Mrs. Olin White had as CAROLA CAFE CARD OF THANKS > anted electric refrigerator I }

lira J H Ritch spent several giving with Mr. and Mrs. J. M. their dinner guests Friday evening ,", ) IS A HELP m! I II

J da'llla Monticello this week withher Brownlee and Mrs. S. E. Brownlee.Mrs. Mr,. and Mrs. W. H. Biggs.ol We wish to thank alt who assisted .
daughter Mrs Herbert" Dur- Lawtey. The occasion being the I us during the Illness and There are over two thousand
n. J. H.' Lord, Mrs. R. J. Davis birthdays of both :Mrs. White and death of our beloved wife and State tax sale certificates out :I ,i//

and daughters, Ida Lulu and Mrs. Biggs. mother and especially do we thank standing on land In Bradford For sale by h ,4Smiths
Mr. George Flynn returned to Marjorie spent Saturday in Lake Sound the doctors of Starke for their untiring county, O. W. Alderman, clerk of
[!Inning, S. C., Sunday after City. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Epperson,, efforts to relieve her suffering court, announced this week.
fending several days here with Jr., returned to their home in also to those who visited her Taxpayers are urged by Collec-
kit family. Eldredge Robinson spent the Jacksonville Wednesday after several Stock and brought cheer and sunshine tor C. A, Knight to take advantage Service ,

week-end in Gainesville with his days visit In Starke with Mr... to the ahutln, and for the beautiful of the four per cent discount a

Ura George Flynn and children,, brother, Lester Price Robinson at Epperson's parents, Mr. and Mrs, floral offerings sent. which Is good during the remain-

George, Jr., and Betty Ann, will the University of Florida. W. J. Epperson. Mr. L. V. Moore and Family. der of this month on 1932 taxes. StationStarke
spend this week-end in Gainesville The discount during December is

11th Mrs. L. M. Gray. Miss Pearl Jordan spent the Mrs. L. E. Dowllng Mrs. Mae Perry-Repairs and redecora- three percent. January two per

week-end in Wrightsville, Ga., with Jones, Mrs. E. L. Middleton and Lions under way on Perry BankingCo. cent, and February one per cent. Fla. 'j! '
Curtis Caton of Auburn, en- her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edd Jor daughter, Marjorie Sue, of Jack- orrr building, southwest corner of This year's taxes become delin- ,

route to his home in Gainesville dan. sonville, were guests of Mrs.. W... square. quent April lat. .,. J' ... .... .... h fie
to the Thanksgiving holidays,, E. Middleton Monday. Mrs. Dowl- ... .- .-.
|*u the guest of Eldredge Robin- Miss Mary Canova and friend, Ing and Marjorie Sue, remained fora and givy,you arur ,

Tuesday/ night. Miss Eloise Spolfel, Miss Hazel Ad- week's visit. .nee'at'dependabk The Mediterranean, Cradle of Civilization, Mecca ,
kins and Miss Beverly Cady of -- service, with no re

Rev C. E. Hoyt and wife of the F. S. W. C., spent the weekendin Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Williamsonof grrt now 'or later For Thousands of Travelers During Coming Winter P c
Sputa, N. J., arrived in Starke Starke and Gainesville Bradenton, Ma'and Mrs; Carl .
W week and will spend the win- Rosenbush, and daughter, Mary,, HSDRE SAFELY AND WITH CONFIDENCE/ 4 yA'Q

tee t here. They have taken an Mrs. D. T. Clark returned to her and Mrs. Nina Llpford of Green FED
""PMtment at the home of Mr. and home in Miami Sunday after several Cove Springs, are Thanksgiving HAROLD C> WALl C N >tHEARN6

urn. F. A. Scott. Mr.:: Hoyt la a days visit here with her par- guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bis- INSURANCE ,

!Wired minister of the Presbyter- ents, Mr. and Mrs N. D. Wainwright hop. 7H I VP f
!ta church. STARKE. FLORIDA 5 '

Rev. James Daugherty of Pen-

James Richard Wainwright and ney Farms, a minister of the TUAIV BCHKDUTJC 'k- i

ENT A %WORD friend, Ralph Hoffmeyer of the U. United Brethren Church, is preachIng Our schedule changes Sunday,, m;* i I
of F. in Gainesville, are spendingthe the sermon for the annual May 22nd and trains will run at

Thanksgiving holidays with commuunty Thanksgiving service follows: I ''J' .M- l

_COLUMN Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Wainwright at the Baptist church in Starke, No. 1 Southbound local due 4.r .
Thursday, November 24, at 10:30a. : Starke, 10:89: p. m. .
'ANTED
-One horse or mule. Milton Brownlee, Jr., and cous- No. 11, Southbound local due

IL'Must be cheap. See Lloyd Green. in, S. T. Dell of the U. of F. in m.Mr. Starke 9:20 a. m.

Gainesville, are spending Thanksgiving and Mrs. George C. White No. 107 Southbound limited, due
?iJLL holidays with Mr. and Mrs.J. and Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Steinmey- Starke 10:27 a.. m.
SWAP-1929 Chevrolet or M. Brownlee. er of Tallahassee, were week-end No. 2 Northbound local, due
W26 Dodge roadster for stock guests of Mrs J W.White. Mr. and Starke 6:19 a. m.

ha'cattle. J. B. Rainer. Baldwin. Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Long and Mrs. White and Mr. and Mrs. No. 12. Northbound local due

'" ll-2S-2t: Mrs. D. P. Carpenter are spend Steinmeyer attended the Florida- Starke 8:31: p. m.

i R RENT--Two furnished rooms ing the Thanksgiving holidays in Georgia Tech football game in No. 108 Northbound. limited due
Situ conveniences, garage, $2.00per Baconton, Ga., with Mra. W T. Gainesville Saturday afternoon. Starke 6:01: p. m. a x
Stark and Wannee 101 leaves -
week. Several oil stoves fore Jackson.
Among those attending the Flor- Starko 7.00 a. m.
A. E. Dunham, 327 Clark No. 102 arrives 2:40. m.C10111nl' .
_tare1. Willie Mae Thornton, daughter da-Georgla Tech ,football game in p.
E. Thornton Gainesville Saturday were: Mr.
of Mr. and Mrs W. of Mall
'81'Black and" white female entertained a number of her' and Mrs. C. A. Knight, Mr. and Booth i3:
letter dog between with a Mrs. D. A. Montleth, Dr. and Mrs. g hgeea" MSSIS+ e ,. ee. s. v, ,
Sunday friends Friday evening er..A f
j No. 11, Parcel post :Monday. ,..... w a r a' I
larke I t
,
and LaCro se. Liberal re- party. The occasion being her E. L. Biggs, Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Wednesday and Friday, 9:03 a. m.I ,
"-rd.. Geo. D. Green. 904. Jail.e thirteenth birthday.Mr. Adkins, Mr. and Mrs. J. C Rob- I a >l
I No. 107 Letters special delivery 1 ,
Rte eel Y
Place, Jacksonville, Fla. It. inson, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Wainwright -i and special handling parcels 10:10 w.MN M N a le.' 1asreeY

and Mrs. J. M. Alvarez, Mr. and Mra. H. C: Wall,
PTJL1- ja. ? r t
m. arI'Nar 'e 7Q
STOCK POLAND CHINA Mra. R. F. Demorest, Mrs. LamIra 4s. w sh.aryw-
Mrs. LamIra Murden, Jackie Joe I North _. I IWhen
f"w to bred to Hampshire Murden Misses Lena Belle and I
..r. also Murden and Billy Graham spent No. 12, Parcel post and letters
full stock Hamp- Cleo Etta Fay GUI, Patsy ,
ntre Thanksgiving in Jacksonville the Shepard I I Tuesday Thursday and Saturday,
tor male, sell cheap or swap guests of Mr. and Mrs. W P. RandalL Brinson, Melba Sllcox, Hazel Ad 3.15 m. I one think of the fcUdiur- -.V
:
medium size bacon hogs. N. kina, Hazel Middleton Mary Ca p. ranma. ODe thinks of s sunlit M*. of
.
No. 108, Letters special deliveryand
Wainwright ll-18-2t nova, Beverly Cady Messrs. WI!- I warm IHWBM In winter when tout
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8:40
] special handling parcels, blue blow *t home, of utjnunov
to lie Agin, Sam Alvarez, Eugene
returned
REAL ESTATE BAB-. Mrs R. C Mansfield I Ip. m. Egypt with ICe burled tomb, it*
18-Three lots west of the her home in Lake City Sunday, Matthews, C. D. Shank Eldredge I Night malls close at 6:10 p. m.: I Sphinx and ICe Pyramid,of 'b. "glory
several here Robinson, George Inman, A. E. 2 that w.. Orc aDd tb._ grand*w it
wey Service Station; old' after a visit of days ,No. 1. due .t 10:59 p. m.; No. -
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kite J. L. Simmons. She Wall, Jr., James Lewis, and Mr. that WE* Rom*." Over this sea famed no30ufafo/dgR,, +
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X11 by Mrs. T. N. and Mrs. Maurice Edwards. Bell Branch I .. the ermdl of clTtimtlon. tiny gal- .. 'AU6AI.IfH
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present home on toy propelled by Chained alaw_ movwt"
Etti Thompson street. See W. Kendrick and Mra. J. L. Simmons. Mail closes 7:00: a. m. craturlra ago; now big luxurious ocean
t. I>a ugherty. 1118StBring BrookavUle Work underway i Mall arrives 2:40 p. m. linen -Uk th* Canadian Faclflo'fKmprM long ago WM Constantinople; the Derdanelle ampt.n, England great channel port.
'- The- Christian Endeavor Society marking off new city cemetery ad- of Aiutrall/ which depart *. th. Boiporu tb. Black ilia All these attraction. Including t
Live Stock of the Presbyterian church : dition.! Blue Bus Schedule from Nw York January $1. IB33. and Beirut in Byres; the wcred.pot*utPaleatln Ont top at Funchel. Madeira, where Fr '' 1'
GIllyON of a needy Dally, effective Jan. 1. 1032. team from port to port salting CadU *. Jerumlem. Bethlehem be the traveler rldee down great momw"i + I'
the care
: a. in. Thursday De'o has assumed for the Tallahassee Bids opened recently -i Northbound-B:03 a. m., 1:59: p. and Gibraltar near th* tntrane to to* Dead aa and the River Jordan, Port tain, tb* Tonelrf da Luota. in a -
1st. family of nine members Mediterranean AlgUn. Palma. Ualia.hfMalna Said and Cairo with the 7
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Iror.e; mules: cattle you AJ- local relief society. Basketa of worth of highway work., I Southbound-9.3-1: a. m.. 12:34: p.1DL Dubrovnik Kotor. and Jugo-filavta. smoking VnuTlu in full Wi...; Mont I of Auitralu. covering 73 pays d
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STARK FLORIDA FRIDAY r Oti MagR ..
PAGE, SIX BRADFORD COUNT TELEOBAPH its
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1 BULLS AND PASTURE .- -- -- accepted a nolle i proBBe wh-

1 2r HINTS TO HOUSEWIVES FEATURE STATEWIDE Ayres Imbursed paid the the school court costs and
I f CATTLE DEVELOPMENT to th,
amount alleged to hav"tZ |
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Weekly front Dome DemonetraI .- I NEWS [ Illegally. epee
I Gainesville Fla.-.At least 279: LIVE STATE This wag aid to l
FARMERS SECTION 5 || tins Specialist, Tallahassee purebred beef bulls have been pur amounted to 285.: bay

I chased and more than 300,000 --
Florida in Short Paragraphs
News of
I started to Improved Tampa-C.
been Jay
have
Conducted by Demonstration Agents POINTS ON MAKING TilE acres Hardee, Tall1
I CHRISTMAS FRUIT! CAKE permanent pasture by Flor attorney has reversed the old
; recent months In verb about a pr
cattlemen In prophet
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I The making of fruit cake for [a cattle improvement and develp- --- --- honored- In his own country S
movement' that is engulfingthe \ \.;. jay Has a -von
.- wr -r -- --- --- --- the holiday season Is of interestto ment room waiting for hw
housewives Just ,.I entire state, reports W. J. 1- ,-A sneak thief broke $76,000 per year. Pennsylvania Avenue la weal
a good many ,
FLORIDA GIRLS TO FLORIDA BUGS SENT in animal husbandry children's home Ington. D. C.
now. As these cakes require several Sheely, agent coop at the past which the
LEAVE FOR CLUBCONGRESS TO REPAY GRATITUDE pounds of farily expensive materials With the Florida Agriculture Extension here last week and carried off a Cocoa-Robbery of the postof- auguratlon parade will m.Is,
o FRIDAY AUSTRALIA
1 DEBT TO the fine points about mixIng I Service. gobbler that was being fattenedfor Lice at Angel City on Merritt March 1, 1931 Hardee telegram
n and baking them should be observed -I Indicative of the state-wide Thanksgiving. It was the only Island was reported last week by ed for reservations "to wltaeaj thl
Tallahassee, Fla. Three 4-11 Gainesville, Fla.--One of the with unusual care if one : movement :Mr. Sheely tells of 31 turkey prospect the kiddies had. Postmaster Everett Dawley. Near inauguration of the next !
;3 k club girls who will represent Florida I most unique debts In the history, wishes to avoid waste and turn I Hereford bulls recently purchasedby ly $30 In stamp receipts was taken Franklin D. Roosevelt'preside He ,
at the National Club Congress of Florida Is being repaid. The Leon County farmers, 28 that has by the thieves, along with more hlblted a letter
product. factory
a held in connection with the International State Is sending Australia some out a good Sanford-A pretzel recently Myu.j
I went to "Osceola County from at than ISO: money order forms and that his reservations
"fit '? Live Stock Show and,(bugs in the hope that they will Whatever recipe is used suggests Texas, 18 sold at Bushnell duringa been established In Florida In which other items, the postmaster said. for him. were wheels
nutritionist to that the Bureau of Home Economics Sanford by a company
Anna Mae Bikes, '
Miss a partial recompense cattle thieves their
I recent sale by a Georgia No trace of the or
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with the State Home Demonstra lb. for the many friendly in : of the United State Department ,concern 26 that went to Dade the largest interest is held by Chas.H. means of entry was evidence' ., it -
tlon Department, will leave for I it has sent to Florida and of Agriculture, prepare I 25 purchased in Polk Ramsey, of Pottsvllle. Pa., who said. West Palm Beach -Complalnin
Chicago Friday, November 25. 1 California. I all the fruit and nuts first. Pick ,county County,, and numerous other smaller Is president, and G. R. Ramsey of was of the influx of needy or Indlge D

i;; The girls to make the trip are Pumpkin bugs they are, or, as the fruit over very carefully, washit ,: orders. At least 170 Hereford Orlando, former city engineer and Tallahassee The secretary of persons into the Everglades In U,
the they are called by the more pros and dry It. Cut citron or other later city commissioner of Orlando. hope of sharing In limited food _
Ellen Dlrr, Manatee county, :bulls and more than 60 heifers are state's office Saturday Issued a <
1?. state health champion Mary Ellen aic people, stink bugs. And roy- dried peel into small pieces. Make :Included In his list. charter to the Tampa Florida Ing dispensed to flood sufferers b
p 4 winner never traveled much more "in' sure there are no bits of shell St. Petersburg-Properly diluted the Red Cross and other relli,
Lovelace, Dade county, alty I About 60 Angus bulls and a Brewery of Tampa, which listed Its I
and state" than they are traveling among the nuts and that they are : this resort's widely advertised agencies, Mayor L. L. Stuckey
cc J t of the state dress contest number of heifers should also come, proposed business as manufactureand <
i! Loraine Chamberlin, Alachua from Florida to Australia. Sail- all sweet and fresh.In In the list. Twenty-two of them sunshine Is all right but too strong 'sale of malt liquors. Application i Pahokee called on Sheriff R (

county, termed< the best all around ing dates of steamers are ascer- mixing start as with any were sold In a recent sale at Ocala a dose Is dangerous. Firemen recently -: for the charter listed directors -I Baker for aid la turning back tli

1 club girl. tained in advance and the big cake by creaming the butter and by the American Angus Breeders' were called to extinguish as W. M. Stone, Thomas H. army of unemployed. Mayor stud

c tit Miss Dlrr will enter the Nation green fellows! all bottled up and sugar, adding the beaten yolks of Association 14 were sold In Walton flames ..in an automobile which, Delaney and B. B. HUleary. It ey reported that hitch-hikers, hi
1v. al Health Contest which was won nibbling crotalarla, a favorite food, the eggs and the liquid. Cider or county 6 in Holmes County, started when the sun's rays, focused listed 1,250 shares of preferred boss and other impecunious geotr

by a Florida fir! In 1929. In the last are placed In the mails at Gaines- grape juice, tart jelly, and often and from 2 to 19 each by most of through A water bottle, Ignited stock at $100 a share, and 1,250: are sheriff pouring into the district. Tt
p four contests Florida girls have ville. At Jacksonville they are sour cream and molasses are used I the Central Florida Angus Breeders. the car.Penaacola. shares of common stock. replied that he lacked n
o also placed second twice. Miss taken aboard a fast air mall planefor for the liquids. Jelly that Is not Forty Brahman bulls were thortty to stop legitimate travel c
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't Dlrr won the right' to represent California. Received by a firm enough for the table but otherwise recently purchased In Dixie coun- Congressman Tom Tr.nton-Flre of undetermined the highways.
,3 t v(r., tmsmmMl SWSMOSfSaa Florida la the contest in competl- member of the California Department of good flavor may be put Yon, who was defeated for reelection origin early Saturday destroyed -

i ;h, tion with county winners here last of Agriculture, they are immediately i in the cake. The molasses shouldbe ty.In commenting on the permanent last week. Issued a statement the GUchrlat County court house Miami-The Xlmanles now knot

'i; summer. She has been In the 4- placed In cool storage sweet, not strong. Half of the pasture development, Mr. ia which be said he would support, here. Many of the records were what "raining cats and dogo
aboard ship and soon the big: flour Is mixed with the leavening all at the "lame duck" session means and so do their
L s H Club for six years and all that Sheely said that cattlemen legislation i destroyed, but _others, filed in the neighbor*
p t I time has been doing everything steamer is plowing its way towards and spices, and half with the over the state are giving serious In December In accordance,' vault, were saved. The buildingwas It's this way: Nine year 01
possible to Improve her health. It Sydney At Sydney the precious ; fruits and nuts to keep them evenly consideration to pasture, and he with the Democratic platform a frame structure that formerly George Xlmanies, sick abed, lot
was not until this year that she cargo Is taken from the ship'spantry distributed throughout the is sure that far more than 300- plank: which declared "we favor repeal was a school house. Officials his black and white kitten, an

j, won the right to represent her and again placed aboard an dough. Add the first part of the 000 acres have recently been add- of the eighteenth amendment. estimated the damage at $15,000 mourning the loss, appeals
county in the state contest. The air mall plane, this time for West flour alternately with the liquid ed to the Improved list In Dixie and said a meeting would be held through the newspapers for its r<

b ,, trip is being given Miss Dlrr by Australia. Entomologists who are then the floured fruits and nut. county alone 173,000 acres have Eustis-Vernon Steen, electrical' Monday to make plans for the con turn. A flustered voice on tli
the State Department of Agri- I very much Interested in these par- Use the band to mix well. Add been fenced for permanent pastureand engineer, and a small corps of as- struction of another buldlng or the telephone asked cancellation of th
't culture. ticular bugs receive them with the whites of the eggs last. a part sown to pasture sistants, are busy in a specially leasing of one. appeaL .It was George's pap

;ate Miss Lovelace will enter the National open arms. Line the pan or pans for bakingthe grasses.It contrived studio In this city, work "We have black and white cat
Dress Review. She won the Why all the fuss about a com cake with well-greased paperto Is quite fitting that the state ing out plans for the making of Lake Wales-One of the biggest black cats, yellow cats, beats

state contest here competing with mon pest of Florida citrus and i prevent scorching, and cook should develop its beef cattle industry the artiftcally lighted "sky" which wild cats ever caught In this section and all are hungry,' he sax,
i 27 county winners last summer. vegetable crops the pumpkinbug very slowly In a very moderateoven with the eradication of the will form the roof of the Florida was trapped near Cherry "Please stop the people fro
She is 15: and has been in club ? Here's the secret When (275 degrees to 300 degreesF. cattle tick, 'and it Is still more section of the court of states at Grove, on the northwest side of bringing more. They're meowta

work, for :5 I years. She makes all they leave Gainesville these par .) If you are making,one large fitting that permanent pasture development the world's fair to be held In Chi- Lake Pierce Saturday by Will us and neighbors crazy, and an;
M her clothes and recently had ticular bugs carry on their backs cake use a tube pan. The dough and the production of cago, next year.Gainesville Smith and W. O. Cundiff, who live way the cats that: George lost can
insect calledthe
charge of the entire household for the eggs of a little may_fill it to a'depth of 3 1-2 or plenty of silage and other cheap in that part of Polk county. The back just now."

n six weeks while her mother was tachinld fly or featherleggedfly. 4 Inches. A 6-pound cake in one roughage should go along with It. Upon the occasion big cat stood nearly two feet high -
r l sick. Her trip to Chicago Is given When the eggs hatch the loaf will take about four hours to These fine bulls will mean hundreds of the intersectional football and weighed 41 pounds. It has Tampa-Headed for Cuba and I

by the Chicago Mail Order Com young larvae bore into the bodiesof bake. Two smaller tube pans or of thousands of dollars to the game here December 17 between ravaged hen roosts for miles vacation Dr. J. R. Brinkley, wh|
the pumpkin bugs and live there bread tins may be used for the state In the Increased value of the .University of Florida and the around for months and was sus- used a radio station in Kansas t
; pany.Miss for two or three weeks before they In calves will sire. During the University of California (Los An- treatments
; Chamberlin was selected amount of dough a 6-pound they pected of dragging off an occasional tell about his goat gland
files. It is but
t'A the best club girl In Florida for emerge as adult cake. past year the average good grade geles), it has been decided to observe young hog. until he was forced off) thS
her ability as a leader In her club natural result that the of pumpkin harbored bug diesas Test the fruit cake with a clean calf has sold for at least $3 more "California Day" with an air, passed through here last weelfl

?' and for the seven years of fine a united having And the straw. Turn it out on a rack to than the ordinary range calves. elaborate parade featuring floats Palm Beach--George Jessel!, the Dr. Brinkley neither denied nor at
these guests. so cool as soon as it is done. When The 275: purebred bulls should sire> from cities in each of Florida's 67 mitted that he was planning
.: project work she\ has done. She saved lot comedian has spent a few days
i ,,! has raised poultry and won prizes of farmer trouble and and grower are by not a hay cool, wrap in waxed or parchment 25 calves each annually or nearly counties among the many attractive here hunting for a house,,and said build a radio station In Cuba.Whe

with it, she has done much to Improve to do all the expense work of paper and put away In a tight tin 7,000 calves. The Increased valueon features listed on the pro he planned to either purchase a the government forced him off) th
d the family home, she has ing undet' control.keepingthe box. If this is done the cake will these calves of over $20,000 will gram. winter home or build on in this air In Kansas he went to Villa Cot

qt7 also been outstanding in sewing, pumpkin bug became keep for many weeks. It shouldbe pay for the bulls the first year, winter resort. Norman Talmadge, hull, In .Mexico, Just over tli
ti gardening, and health projects, and The established pumpkin bug in Australia recently and looked at once in a while to yet they should be good for four or Tallahassee-The state hospitalat the actress, also was in the city, American border and built th

has won four trips to short courses Its did not make sure that no mold is starting. five more years, he explained.The Chattahoochee Is maintaining"more having arrived on the same train most powerful broadcasting stt
unfortunately parasites
here. The trip Is financed by Some people prevent fruit cake 1930 census gave Florida efficiently 3,700 inmates at with JesseL The comedian last tion on the continent. Brink! {
with it when it Into that
4 Montgomery Ward and Company. go slipped from drying out by putting half 441,000 head of beef cattle, but $100,000 less than 2,840 were main summer was quoted as saying he ran as an independent In the gut
It Increased to such
f I country. soon an apple in the tin with it or a Mr. Sheely is sure the number tained four years ago-one-third and the film star "are muchIn ernatorial race decided last week i

v,, '. f f. an extent trouble that over It is there.giving The considerable Au-- piece of cheesecloth dampenedwith now exceeds 600,000 bead He cites more at one-third less," Governor love, only'both of us very are mar Kansas. He was third in a flel
Columbia and Suwannee counties Carlton declared "This -
.1 cider. recently. of three.
au If 'JUTF Ft\Hl\1 PROGRAM stralian entomologists sent an ,' where inspection records show a has been accomplished" the Gov- ried.
t I I SOS call to Florida for some of Panama City-W. B. Gray build-I 25 to 40 percent increase In cattle ernor said. "by adjustment of sal- -- '
.
"The Voles of Florida" I Tallahassee John J. Menden- Tampa-An irresistible yearnlnj
the and of
parasites entomologists
54 ing two-story apartment buildingon since the eradication of the tick aries and the elimination of unprofitable ,
the Florida Experiment Station re- hall, sentenced to life Imprison- of a South Florida negro boy f ft
Eighth street. about three ago. activities at a saving of
.. sponded. Three separate ship- years ment at Clearwater In July 1915, an $1.800 set of Russian sabl.
Gainesville, Fla.-Discussing Important ments, each containing 200 pum- for the murder of Miss Sue Elliottof landed the boy In jail here la-
+l ,,; Florida farm problems, pkin bugs, are being made in the WOMEN ENLIST WITH WAR-TIME SPIRITIN Tampa and granted a conditional week. The furs, property of MI.

College of Agriculture workers hope that some of the parasiteswill pardon In July, 1930, last week Dorothy Byton, vaudeville actres-
S. will speak at noon each day next arrive In Australia alive and RED CROSS DRIVE ON DISTRESS was given a full pardon and restored who appeared at a downtown theatre

week from state radio station become established. The total to citizenship by the State last week were recovered a

WRUF. They will speak .on the journey consumes about four Board of Pardons. The board's the home of the negro, Al Jone'
f Florida Farm Hour from 12 to weeks, less than one of which has action was taken in executive session 20 who said he had never see
+ 12:45: : EST, according to the following been spent outside of cool storageon 1EL and Governor Carlton said it anything like them before an
schedule: the steamer. It is'hoped that .i.idr was to allow Mendenhall to accepta couldn't resist the temptation t t
ii Sat., Nov. 23-Florida Farm the cool storage will retard the de. "responsible position" which had take them when he saw them bac

News and Hints. Farm Editorial velopment of the parasites so that been offered him. stage during the performance. N<
'+ Snapshots. they will not emerge' from the effort was made to sell or otherwise
r t ,, Mon., Nov. Accumulation pumpkin bugs until after their arrival Lake Helen-For the benefit of dispose of the sables, Jon
',;r and Availability and Phosphorusin In Australia.In Mrs. R. Blanchard of Lake Helen, saying he Just wanted to hay
Florida Citrus Soils-Dr. O. C. sending these friendly para and any others who may share them. :Miss Byton, now in Chlcag''
Bryan. Miscellaneous Jobs About sites to far-away Australia, Flor- her fears the Oklahoma state offered a reward for the return c
the Citrus Qrove-E. F DeBusk. ida Is gratefully repaying a debt chamber of commerce would like to the fura.
Tues., Nov. 29--Control of Cabbage which she and California owe that have It known that there's virtually -
;i, Worms-J. R. Watson. Farm country. Many years ago Australia no danger of anybody's be- Gainesville According to sill
x T; Question Box. sent over the Australian ing scalped by Indians In Oklahoma tlstlcs announced yesterday bj
Wed., Nov. Foundation and ladybeetle. which saved our citrus nowadays. :Mrs. Blanchar4 wrote Miss Sue'' Hill secretary of th
Border Plantings A, B. Burltt. from destruction by the cot to the chamber: Is it safe for a University of Florida Young Men'
Primer for Town Farmers. tony-cushion scale. More recently woman to drive her car alone Christian Association, of the 2,27
Thurs., Dec. December Farm we have received Cryptolaemus ,- through Oklahoma T How far Is It students registered at the University

r Jobs and How to Do Them-J. ladybeetles, enemies of mealybugs, between villages, and are there 1607 are member of some re
j, Francis Cooper. and other parasites from the same white men along the way?" llglous denomination. Two nun
J Fri, Dec. ,2 How Farm Out- country. And by reciprocating the f. I dred and forty Indicated no religious
look Facts are Gathered-H. G. Florida Experiment Station entomologists Fort Myers-Barron Collier, the faith whatever and el

Clayton. The General Outlook are enabling the entomologists C' ) n ; advertising magnate for whom a'' pressed no preference to a rellg i

Situation-D. E...Tlmmons.. of two continents to join P south Florida county was) named, : ious faith. Of the 669 who are noj
J y I forces In their battles against Insect finds "nothing wrong" with the : members of any denomination, 4?
{ TIME TO PLANT DILL pests. f United States "except that a good I II expressed"preferences. There ar>

1 I many people don't know how good 26 different denominations repre
Gainesville Fla.-Those desiring' The fifth World's Poultry Congress this country Is." Expressing con sented on the campus by etudes'

f to grow dill for use In making dill' will be held in Rome Italy, ,.. Sk>aN ; I fidence over Florida's future Collier membership. Methodist. Baptist
pickles next May or June should, September 6 to 15, 1933, under aald the state "Is all right., I Presbyterian. Episcopal and Catholio >
plant the seed now, or at least before -: the patronage of the King of 'and everything here that first sold come first (In the order In*
1 Christmas, according to Dr. Italy. A booklet about the Congress me on this state and I know no cated.
Y E. W. Berger, local dill enthusiast.I can be obtained from the reason to Change the opinion I -
: The seed should be thinly sown National Poultry Council, East Little Sarah Jo Thrush tries on a dress made from Red Crocs cotton.; have always held. Collier came Miami-Sun rays flashed fro
k in drills a foot or more apart and I Greenwich Rhode Island. In a chapter production room, where Mlas Jeanette Raeoodn le here for an Inspection of his prop a mirror saved eight lives of th
covered lightly, preferably with several hundred volunteers sewing garments for the needy In the bins r erties.Falatka. crew of the Alma R. banana boa
behind her thousands of men's shirts and children's to be I
soil rich in humus. When the The main theme of the national are garments wrecked Conception Island
} young on
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made up and given away. At right, Min Mabel T. Boardman, secretary i arty Burn!
plants are several Inches high theyI 4-H club radio programs to be of the Red Crosa, under whose leadership several hundred thousand :' .-A of 12 engineers the south Bahamas by the devastaUod"
$I should be thinned to three or four I broadcast each month for the 1933 women are making clothing for the unemployed. a under J. R. Morehead, workIng cane that wrought death and
4 tt Inches in the row. club year will be "4-H Club Work I a out of the Jacksonville office In Cuba last week. Br

The young plants are delicate Has Educational Value" and mus :TTOW shall 500,000 bales of Farm and by October 1 had distributedmore Ls located here for the purpose of Johnson young read-headed mat 1
0- and during dry periods should be ic by the world's great composers Board cotton be converted Into than 30000.000 yards of cot- R making a survey for the proposed of the Alma R, returned to Mla,u
carefully watered. It Is also a will be played by the U. S. Marine clothing for the unemployed and ton cloth to more than half of the cross-state ship canaL While reluctant to recite the story. Sunshine n
t good plan to stimulate them with I Band. These 4-H programs are needy, was an urgent question confronting chapter or counties of the nation.: to discuss his mission, it followed the storm's fury. Young
iI applications of liquid fertilizer I heard over an NBC network the the American Red Cross Thousands of women volunteeredto was generally understood Moore- Johnson caught Its rays and reflected
sodium nitrate or ammonium sul- first Saturday in each month from when Congress voted the raw cotton make the cloth Into garments nor reached so many people Red head plans to conduct two sur- them toward the distant!
phate. The little plants are quite 12:30: to 1:30: EST.Laborsaving for that purpose to the Red Cross Inlldlumm.r. for school children for men and tor Cross officials say veys in this Immediate section, vesseL "SOS" be bdlogrspheo J"
f hardy, however, and will seldom ,- I women. Dresses, underwear, men's In the administration of the one a route by way.of Rice creek the three long dashes three snor)
be injured by cold. devices not only Congress also had I laid 85,000,000 shirts, boys suits all earn flying wheat and cotton, the Red Cross and the Ocklawaha river and one dots .and three long das till
enable the housewife to do more bushels of Farm Boar wheat upon from the sewing; machines. will expend an estimated $450,000. south of bere. It was said the every mariner knows dis"! '
SALT SICKNESS CHECKED work but they allow her to have, the Red Cross doorstep, beginning Following up the cloth, the Red Fund from the Red Cross treasury ground survey will be followed bya call. The distant vessel turned t
more leisure as well aa pleasure' last March, and the great relief Cross prepared to give men's trou- will be used. Every Red Cross membership well survey to determine the na- ward the desolate Island and i icastaway&
St. Augustine, Fla.-Salt sick- In doing work. organisation had conquered the task tars overalls jumpers boys knickers In the annual roll call from |, ture of the underlying strata. The motor vesSel, Reg
ness recently appeared in a herd 1 1Plowing ,of putting; flour and bread from this underwear and stockings and Armistice: Day to ThanksgivingDay later bound for Nassau, picked U

i of grade Herefords owned by E. firearound and i wheat Into the homes of 3,500,000 sox: for all the family. will help' toward meeting these) Marianna County Superin- the crew of the stranded ball
4. t t Pt> the nation's The Without the work of the women costa
needy families.
F. Wolfe St. Johns
county farmer. through the farm forest this fall tendent of Public Instruction Jas. vessel a short time later. _
I wheat distribution continues and it who volunteered as seamstresses, Chairman John Barton Payne)
County Agent Loonls BUtch was Is likely to be a valuable Insurance' .. IL Ayreu, who was indicted by the .
called and Is estimated that the free flour will and the thousand of men and has characterised the relief emergency 3 1-* mJI
on, a salt sick mineral policy last grand jury in connection with There now about
mixture 1(pot be exhausted until the late women who helped give: flour, clothing facing the Red Cross this are area -
+ the recently worked out by -- spring of 1933. and other direct relief. In the winter as the greatest It has had charges: of illegally spending school lion acres of Florida's for pili,
E Florida Experiment Station Send your home-town newspaper Cotton presented a complex problem name of the Red Cross, these useful to meet since the World War, and funds, has been relieved of the aside aa breeding ground repreeen ,
_ was placed before the herd Much as a Christmas present to some charges, following a heating before and other wild life. lids ,,
I but the Red Crocs swung a aids to the unemployed .would has appealed for the support -ofe" state
abort improvement was noticed In a friend who la interested in the Urge staff ot workers Into the job, not hare been healed ci wromptly.:, .ry eitisen. Circuit Judge Amos Lewis. Ayres about- 10. percent of the
k., time, Mr. Wolfe reports. community ,was Indicted on 4 count The area.


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_...H'. vnVEMBER; _85. J9SZ BRADFORD COUNTY TKURGRAFH. STARKE. FLORIDA PAGE SEVEN

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TIIERESSA BAPTIST CHURCH tan, Trudy and Co". addition to NOTICE OP APPLICATION! FOIL | taming 100 acre more or less. South 17< yards, thence West S3 1-1
tz Starke In ',' of NEU S.-. 28, Twp. TAX WKKU: j, The anaeeament. of said property yaidn thence North to place of beginning -
m a N. it si M.. I Notice la hereby given that. War- under the said certificate Issued I as to which property each,
'j Services will be held Saturdaybefore The assessment of ald property a II'lorhiCorpor.. wan In the name of Unknown. of you said defendant have or appear -
under the Mid certificate. issued ay Corporation of certificate No. Unless. said certificate. shall be redeemed to have some interest or lien $v
\ the third Sunday of each >.. tion, holder tax auoordlnsr to 11tax deed by virtue of Judgment by each ofyou
wan in the lien of f. J. l arce.Unleia Sth day of Aueuat.' A. 1>. 1910
!' month. I laid certificate shall be redeemed filed said certificate In my of- will ]Issue therein on the 6th day of obtained. against A. A. burden' : a
D. L. Pastor. according law., lax deed I 18&3' and made application for tax December A, I>. "J and In said cause the complainant. ",r ,:
, Phillips will issue l thereon on the 19th day to test. thereon In accordance Dated tiits 2nd day of November.A. seek to subject the Hen of said t "
I Judgments' to the lien of the com-
of December, A. D. 18 3. law. Bald. certificate embrace P. 191
r jyy wotd is t lamp nail m) eet, an t light unto my pith-Psalm 119105.: Tampa Hackney& Ray Inc., Dated this 16th day of Nov.mb..1 the following.. described property situated o W. ALDERMAN ANDOEACiImOFgaYOU aDher '
A. I>. 1939. Florida (Seal) Clerk of Circuit Court, by '
Bradford
} In ,
n All religious teaching doctrine building supplies, granted charter. G. {Y. ALDERMAN to-wit! county Bradford County, Florida required to file with the clerk of ;
or
, j. said written
J creed, if they are to have any claim Bradford Clerk of County Circuit Florida.Court SU of containing SI3V4 I Sea. 14. Twp. 7. S. R. 11-4-61-11-8.---- ------ ( court. :your or by attorney al.arano"lp..on.lly ,) in said 1 t "1

the i e loyalty and whose people, must be iu harmony with Rockledge Woodwork City 11-18-St'lS.lR. I.SI....B.. acre more or NOTICH OP APPIICATIOFOH suit on Monday the 6th day of December ,:< (
. poD the Christ words fit into fold and crevice TAX UKKIl 1931 and (hereafter to file
.4W s of Jesua every Hall being repainted.WauchulaPostoffice. The assessment of said propertyunder
., 'the aching uYnan heart, and of whom it was said in John?:"NEVER MAN NOTICE ov TAX Ai'r DEBT>i.rcvrioV: FOIL. the paid certificate Issued Notice I I. hereby. 11'101'.1... .that War.all' your KU: of written complaint defenses.In said If any cause to the at n')"' ,
MAN." was 'In the name of Henry Fried Corporation a Corporation .
ILIKE THIS Notlo. U hereby given, that Loy. holder of tkX certificate 1-S the time) prescribed by law. lI..IntaU .
moved to
and Union counties are Invited to use thus de I B.! Bishop holder of tax certificateNo. man.Unl s. said certificate. Shall be redeemed of No. 99. 4th day of August A. not or Judgment default.Pone will. be entered .' ,
h, pastorI of Bradford new buildings on S. Seventh ave $ day of August, A. D. 1828. according to law, tax deed P. 1914 has filed said certificateIn against and:you ordered by Htarke, Bradford ;
eat for news of church activities, organization* and announceSnn nue. has rd. said. certificate: In my office will Issue thereon on the 6th day of my office. and made applicationfor at this S9th daof P
9 -e freely given and no charge made-the only requirement and mad application for tax December A. D. 1991. tax deed to Issue thereon In accordance October County 1975.Florida /
<
q, Items reach this office before Wednesday morning deed to issue thereon In accordancewith Dated this Snd day of November with law. Bald certificateembraces A. Z. ADRIN3. C
that such the following described
law. Said certificate embrace A. I> 1932.
BL tae they cannot be> handled for current Issue. Mt. Dora New filling station the following described property O. W ALDERMAN property altuated In Bradford county KNIGHT A KNIOItT Judge.Flo. ft
Starke
t soon to be built-on Fifth avenue S. situated In Bradford county (Seal Clerk of Circuit Court Florida, to-wlt! Solicitors. for Complainant. '
1'101'.1 Bradford Florida. SKVi ot 8M U Sec. (7 Twp. T 8.
County ,
| each of us can do something. God at Alexander. ida to-wlt: 11-4-51-lS-t IlyNOTICE
R. 11 H),
South half of Northwest quarter of I IRouthwe.t 11.-111.11.1. containing- acre more
will not judge us by how much we or less.
I I quarter Section 10 Twp.1 \
OK APPLICATION! FOR
SCIIOOI. I .
SUNDAY NOTICE OF APPLICATION! FOrt The assessment of laid propertyunder Ii
are able to do but by how we 7, 8. R. SJ Kaat containing TAX DEED:
n LESSON ap- Punta Gorda W. L. Cobb Con more or le... I TAX I)KK1) the said certificate Issued '
ply what talents we have; not by 'struction The assessment of said property, Notice la hereby. given that War- was In the name of J. O. Weaver. Notice I is hereby riven, that War-
Co., Tampa received Unless said certificate hall be redeemed ay Corporation, s Florida, Corpora +; j
the quantity but by the quality and under the said certificate t Issued ay Corporation, a Florida;! Corpora* r r
b $87,024 contract for constructionof wan In the name of A. M. William. tlon, holder of tax certificate No. according to law, tax deed tlon holder of tax certificate S-7 of ? ? ,
1932 earnestness of our work. Select .. will Issue thereon on the 6th day of No. St 8, 4th day of July, A. D. 1917 "
fOR NOVEMBER 27, King street approach to Barrow Un I. said certificate shall bo redeemed 71. 11th day of August, A. D. 1918 has .
December A. P. 1911. has filed said certificate In my office
work can do for God according law tax deadwill filed said certificate In office
some my
b, you Collier Dated this Snd day of November and made. application for tax h,
Bridge across bay. Issue thereon on the 19th day I and made application for tax deedto t
ItI SUbJect Stewardship of Life. and then do that with all your i of December, A. D. 1931.Dated I Issue thereon In accordance with A. p. 19S1, deed to Issue thereon In accordancewith
might. A life of service acceptable this 11th day of November, law. Said certificate. embrace the O. W. ALDERMAN law. Said certificate embracesthe
Golden Text: "First (they) gave I Lake City-Lease for operationof A. D. 1958. following described property situated (Seal) Clerk of circuit Court, following described property .
,, to Cod can be lived on the farm In riradford Florida. situated In Bradford Florida ''
" dr own selves to the Lord. $ 10 crops virgin turpentine faceson Q. W. ALDERMAN In Bradford county, Florida to- County county,
the store, office or a home and (Seal) Clerk of Circuit Court, wit: 11-4-Et-lS-S. to-wlt! ?
or. 85.j : Osceola National Forest awarded Bradford County Florida11.19.5t12.1e. NV4 of NWVi of NWU Sec. *S, Twp. ---- : NIoj, ofAEVAE'4of8W16Sea.' 14 ,
whether as master or servant. OTICK OF APPLICATION Twp 7 8. H. SS a. containing lsd +
, Text: Mark 1:18-20: ; Acts 1-1. : FOIL
<> j USSOn recently. 7 S. R. 11 containing acresmore ;6''
or lea. TAX menu I acre more or less ,
'i '\12-19. PRESBYTERIANServices NOTICE OF" AFPI.l4lATIOf FOIL The assessment. of said. property! Notice In. hereby "given that War- Th assessment of said prop.rlyund..r : '
Introduction: I Lake Worth Work progress. TAX UtCHU under the said certificate Issued ay Corporation a Florida Corporation the said certificate Issued
la the steward. I !I. given that I Eva wa In the name of Unknown. eUnless holder of tax certificate No. i wan In the name of Unknown.
as hereby ,
b Important ing on athletic field here. I Unless said certificate shall bered..med
Irant 17/ 4th of A. 1).
said certificate shall be redeemed I day Auiruat 1914
Sunday November 27: A. ( holder of tax certificate "
.
the stewardship of .J according to law tax deed twill
has filed said certificate office
I of money according law tax deed In my
Ip No. 198. 7th Any of July, A. D. 1930
Issue thereon the (th +
10 a. m. Sunday school T. S. 6th on day
ot and made application for taxdeed
It will Issue thereon on the day
office
vastly more Important. Jacksonville lae filed said certificate In my
la Sam
e Namey pur. of December A. P. 1931.
to Issue thereon In
Williams acting supt. and made application for tax, December, A. D. 1931. I aecor""n".1,
for God of our !| Dated this and day of November,
eludes the use chased Important corner at Myrtle deed to Issue thereon. In accordance Dated this Snd day of November with law. Said I FI
beg, our wordly possessions and 11 a. m. Morning worship sermon Avenue and Beaver streets for sum with law. Said certificate embracesthe A. D. 1932. oW. I slatuated the following In : described. property' ,, A' D. 1833. O. W ALDERMAN (r
Bradford
the employment for him, of by the pastor. of following' ; described pro FlorIda i O. ALDERMAN county, Floa'Ida. (Sent) ot.Circuit Court, '
is $23,000.: situated In Bradford county, (Seal Clerk of Circuit Court, to-wlt! I pradford .
abilities of all kinds our 6:30: p. m. Christian Endeavor. to-wlt tWUi Bradford County, Florida hula of NW y1 A N13M of SWU A County Florida.114Ctial. ti
r I Topic "To What Extent is Our of Lot6 &AllofLotSofink. ll-4-5t-lS-S. TCI* of NWV4 of 8W<4 A NH of 8Wtt
M our strength our ambitions Stuart Fiction rental library '1 Town of I.awtey Went of of HW14& N14, of SHU\ of SWVI S.,'. -----' --' ilAtm' -- '
Church the Result of :
rl d affections all that we have; Missionary opened at Stuart Public Library. Railroad. Sec S3, Twp. ( 8. 11. S3Bu :JNOTICM Of" APPLICATION FOIL 12, Twp. 7 H: It. 11 19. containing I
Efforts ?" TAX I>F.ICI acre more or les*. Notion la hereby given that underanil
et.
d are. It Is in this larger sense The assessment of sold property by virtue of a final decree offor..lo."r.
The aaansaement of said property Notice U hereby given that Warcy '
, t twe are to study stewardshipthis 7:30: p. m. Evening worship song Wllllaton New A. & P. Store under. the said certificate issued wn. Corporation .a Florida Corporation under the said certificate lusund .. made and rendered by '
and sermon. was In the name of Mis Mary J. the lion, A. V LongJudge. of the
lesson. In the name of Manila Lou Kdwarda.UnleHs holder of tax certificate H-19 ,
opened here recently.Jacksonville Rcrtdlah.Unless. Circuit Court 8th Judicial
of the
said certificate shall be redeemed of No. e9. 6th day of August A. D.
Prayer meeting Wednesday at .
, noble example of this larger according to law tax dod 19ft has filed said certificate In my said certificate hall be redeemed Circuit of Florida In and for Ala- )
7:30: m. according to law, tax deed oh 11 a. County: In Chancery. during
is the to whichs p. will issue thereon on the llth day office and made application for tax
Hardship career Woman's Club t
will issue Honorable :K.Adklns ,
thereon the absence of the A.
the 6th
on day
D. 1031. In accordance
A cordial invitation to all of December A. deed to Issue thereon
our
was called as we have alidy held food and household show InWoman's Dated this 7th day of November with law. Said certificate. embrace of December, A, V. 1931. Judge of tile Sflth Judicial. I
studied It in the second les- services extended to all. A. D. 193S. the followingdescribed property Pated this Snd day of November. Circuit from the said! IIlh .. ,,
Club building.
,
A. D. 1931. SOth 00-
dated of
o w. ALDERMAN 'I situated In Bradford county Flor Circuit the day
of the last quarter. ThoughIn (SeaClerk\ of Circuit Court. Ida. to..lt: 0. W. ALDERMAN therein 1931, In that certain cause '
BAPTISTSunday Jt.
In the Egyptian court he Sum of $20,403 will be spent on Bradford' County Florida.1119It13.16. ,' NK,14 containing of NKW See 40. 14 Twp. 7 8. fill (Seal) Bradford Clerk of County Circuit Florida.Court Federal n lately Land pendingbetween Bank of Columbia, The. I
H acre more or
I been for many years a fugi- improvement of Mossyhead-Nlce- -- Ie"... 11-4-St-lS-l. Plaintiff and Barbara Morgan, widow .
school at 10a. m. A. J. .
re, a poor man and obscure vllle highway. NOTICE! OF APPI.t<'t.TION Foil 1'h. aaaessment. of said property et al, Defendants, the undersigned 9ft
NOTICIO OK APPLICATION! FOR who therein appointed
was
Thomas supt.Worship TAX IK.KI under the said certificate Issued, y i
e berd at 11 a. m. and 7:30 Notice I f. hereby given. that War- wa In the name. of H. J. Dowllng- TAX REED as, Special Master ,In Chancery toexecute w
Our lesson today also tells .usut .Madl on-W. P. Jacobs opened cry Corporation, a Florida. Corpora. Unless said certificate shall be redeemed Notice I I..* hereby given that War..y the same, "will on Monday,
m. Florida... the Sth day of December 10U1, dur ;
call p. tion holder of tax certificate No. according to law tax deed Corporation a Corporation
Isaiah who tells of his At the morning service Rev. A. Florida Grocery Co. 161 4th day of August A. D. 1114. will Issue thereon on the 6th day holder of tax certificate No. ing the legal hours of sale, before 1
nGod (Isa. 6:8): ) thus, "Also I I has filed said certificate. In my office of December A. D. 1931. 91, 4th day of July A. D. 11117. has the court house door In Btark, '
C. Fellman a Jewish missionary and made* application for tax Dated thin Ind day of November. filed said certificate In my office Florida, sell\ to the highest and best ,
id the voice of the Lord say- Monticello -'Roy Outzs opened deed. lasu, and made bidder for cash, the, following describel
who was born In Palestine and has to thereon In aooordanc A. D. 1911. application for tax deedto : \ l
Whom shall I send and who filling station, cafe and cold drink with law.. 8ald certificate embrace O. w, ALDERMAN. issue thereon In accordance with lands, sltaute, lying and being *
for us? Then said I. Here been a Christian for twenty years stand near here. the following- described property (Seal) Clerk of Circuit Court law. Bald certificate embraces the In Bradford County, Florida
go will address, us on the subject situated In Bradford county Flo- Bradford County, Florida.114Stlll. following described property situated to.wltl: '
I; send me." Ida, to-wlt: In Bradford county, Florida to- The N'the the BRtt. less rlght-of.
.
"The Christian's Obligation to the way of A. 8. R. A O. Railway
WM of SWU See.. 16. Twp. 7 8. R. wit t
and Isaiah were different- Starke "
oses JesUS:" At the close of the service Alligator Creek opened 21 H.- containing: 80 acre more or NOTICE OF APPLICATION! FOR Fraol. fiWU\ See. U. Twp. 7 S. R. being a strip Son feet wide acrossMama .:
prepared for work and were dlf- for distance of about one mile less. TAX J) CKI) 11 B. containing: 10 acre more or and (the HEW of the NIQ all
educated a special offering will be do- The .assessment. of Maid property Notice le I hereby War- I...... being In flection' I, Township 7
called. Moses as short time
, rently ago. :: : rd.thC'r 8. II, SO E., containing US acres, )
nated to the speaker. We bespeakfor under the said certificate Issued ay Corporation, a The said r
Egyptian grlnce and then spent our brother audience.B. was In the name of Brooklyn Land tion holder of tax certificate 1-S under the :.T.rntcr issue: more or less, .
a large Said'
o rears as a shepherd In Mldian Miami E. J. Sparks Motion Co.Unless No. 177. Sth day of July A. D. of'l was In the name of Wm. E. Yar- with the appurtenance decreeto sale
to be mad to said
Y. P. Unions at 6:30: p. m. said certificate shall be redeemed has filed said certificate in my borough. pursuant
ere finally he was through anlng Wednesday at 7:30: m. we be- picture Interests in this state according law tax deed. floe and made application for Unless said certificate shall be redeemed satisfy the same and. costs.
bush attracted to God p. leased Paramount-Publex theatresin will Issue thereon on the 6th day of deed to Issue thereon In accordancewith ; .according/ law tax deed B. K. PumnYMAN,
gin the study of the gospel according December. A. D. It81. law.. Said certificate embrace I will Issue thereon on the 6th day As Special Master In Chancery i
gave him the unexpected call to John. Come and bring Greater Miami. Dated this Snd day of November the following described' property. of December A. p. 1011. LAYTOM A QUAY. 10-ll-tt-ll-SB.

deliver his people from Egyp- A. D. 1911. situated In Bradford county Dated... this Ind day of November l ,
1'101'.1 NOTIC'Fl nil' FINAL CHAnflE3
note books and Testaments and
O W. ALDERMAN ida, to-wlt: A D. 1911. '
:an bondage. Isaiah was of the let us enjoy these devotional Sarasota Bids to be opened (Seal) Clerk of Circuit Court SKVi of SB'/I Seo.. SI, Twp. 7 8. R. O. W. ALDERMAN sixty days after date hereof on

Ing classes of the Jews, edu.Jlled Dec. 2 on construction of post office Bradford County, Florida. 12 E. containing; 40 acres more or (Beat) Clerk of Circuit Court to-wltt 1 I the the 19th day of Administrator November
1A32 undersigned
studies to gether. School teachers 11-4-tt-li-S. Bradford
J la the Hebrew schools. and students urged to attend, as here. ? lees.The. assessment of sale property l1-.IIt.U.I. County Florida.NOTICM of the Estate of Horace Mabry
loses had for years lived qulet- NOTICE OK APPLICATION FOIL under the said certificateInsued deceased I will present my voucher' k jl
also our Sunday school teachers. and final account a* alien I Administrator
TAX DEED In the of Tie oV I
wa. name Hampton
and almost alone while Isaiah Bartow Ballard to the Honorable Uso. A,
Livingston Notice I f. hereby given that War- Timber Co. The Plate of Florida to John B. I ,
ell In Jerusalem In the most Ft. Pierce Two farm Motors held. formal opening recent ay Corporation a Florida I Corporation Unless. said certificate. shall be redeemed Hurst .. Company a corporation Gardiner County Judge In and for
red of the Israelites.CUI-I story ly. holder of tax certificate No. according to law, tax, deed whose principal place of business Bradford County Florida, and aslc
society residence located on Sinclair Re- S62, 4th day of July A. D. 1917 ha will Issue thereon on the 6th day ofDecember I la Baltimore, !Maryland and Wear- for Ms approval of sam and my
lie work which each was called filed said certificate. In offlcn discharge a* such Administrator.This .
D. 1933.
Co. my A. Well Corporation, a corporation,
fining S. Fourth
I property on iOth of
1931,
different from the other Moses Stuart Work being rushed on and made application for tax deed Dated this Snd day of November whose principal' plan of business Is MILLlfln day HepUmber: L. JOHNS.k:;
street being razed preparatory to to Issue thereon In accordance with A. D. 1\111.\ Haltlmore. Maryland., and Craddook-
ku to carry God's message to theEgyptian i possible extension of station. France apartments.La law.. Hald certificate embraces the O. W. ALDERMAN: Terry. Company. .a corporation 9Htl.tB! | Administrator.NOTICM .
following described property. situated (Seal) Clerk of Circuit Court whose
king and act as God's principal lace of business I III TO DFinTOH AND
: In Bradford county, Florida to- Bradford County Florida. LynchburgVirginia. You, and each
pmt In bringing the plagues Belle Clewlston Highway wit: 4.1I\-1I-1.. of bar t
Plant City Electrical induction you are hereby notified that a Notice Is byrlgiven that all 4
All .x. WH of BWtf'Seo.\ 16. Twp. suit
has been
upon the Egyptians and finally 1 being hard-surfaced. brought against you creditor .
legatee, distributees and
motor installed at Harper 7 8. R. SS B. containing 660 acres NOTICH OK: APPLICATION FOp In the Circuit Court of Bradford ,11
it lead the Israelites and train .. all persons haven claim against
more or Ie. TAX DEED
County
!tan from a mass of slaves Into aUUon I' Lumber & Manufacturing plant. NOTICE OP TAX APPLICATION FOR The assessment of laid propertyunder Notice I.I hereby given.. that War- Bank of Florida Blarke, a In corporation Chancery, organised1 by are the *.hereby stat of Guy requested C. Cady to deceased present.,
DEED the said certificate. Issued ay Corporation a Florida Corporation and existingunder
of people. Wllllaton '- Both Rural Mall Notice Is hereby given, that Nells was In the name of Unknown. bolder of tax certificate Ii.11fr.o'hZO'tl virtue of the laws of Florida. and wherein by their claims) to the lion Oeo. A. ..

Isaiah was called to go among routes out of here No.H. Nollman.471 7th holder of of tax certificate Unless said certificate shall be redeemed : 6th day of : a.at.P.i the relief sought I I. the foreclosure Uardlner ford County County, Florida Judge, for of the Brad- t
extended seven day July. A. D. 1930, according to law, tax deed said ; of mortgage ap. f
I IltCe. aver the fol.
Ht priests and teachers of thla miles each. has tiled .ald certificate in mr office will issue thereon. on- the 6th day my office and made application for lowingdescrlbeo. property, to-wlt proval within' one year t.I:: date
hereof
.
or this notice will
: God saying to him, "Go, and and made application for tax of December. A. D. 1932. tax deed to Issue thereon In accordance Lots 17. II, 19 and lOot Block bar In '
deed to l.. thereon I thereto and all person Indebted
ue In accordancewith Dated. thla and day of 'November, with law. Said. certificate. embraces 14 according the )
Ml this people ,Hear ye indeed Punta Gorda Work progressing lair. Said oartlfloat embrace A. D. ,1832. the followingdescribed of Hampton Florid)ffinsey also survey beginning to their.said said estate debt are requested; to pay
the Ai-DERMAN. forthwith to the
nit understand not; and see ye In- on tourist following described property ultuated O. W. property situated In Bradford county 1811 yard east of the NW corner undersigned. ....outrla.Thl. .
new Nesbit In
camp on Bradford county, Florida (Seal) Cleric of Circuit Court Florida to-wltt
of
NB< of
iced 4 NKV4\ In Bee tlon 10, .
but perceive not. street. to-wit: I I. Bradford County Florida. NH of NBW oV EV4 ot SWVi of Township 7 South, hang is M1tH.day of September= 1913.
*
Moses was slow of speech while Lot. 6. S, 9, 10, Block 11. Llvln-. 11-4-Et.ll-g. NEW( Bee. 37. Twp 7 8. R. 11 E. con. thence run east IS 1-S yard, thence East 9-0- t-U-2S. B. Executrix.CADY, t. 1

elate! was an orator of high type.

tile Each work of them God gave devoted him his to do.life to l .'THE, MAIN THING ON MAIN STREET" By L. F.:'_Van Zclm Jllfj.;;'


I In the new testament we are I __ ._ _

told bow Jesus called men to work jJuily 3 Th2Z 1 : TNE12E'4 THAT GAS 19 CHEAPf0U fOLKS OU8HTA TAkC : L 14"1'1 To 'HIM TALK1M' HE WAS OwN AT 1H8 tlEt\Yr: : .: ODD LOTT'6 v

[for him and to spread his gospel. .: NERVY '3M' T'DAY AN' A LITTLE PRIDE IN 'YQua. f?. :1 ABOUT 6UXIH' THE ,.. YtSTiDDY A* IN' M6 WHAT REAL F4TATEAt33AIH !

"Now as he walked by the sea of MAIN 'STREET'SADVERTISING TNERE'3 LOTSA TOWN ODD INSTEAD OP ',. CORNER, AM1 Me AIMT I HOT THE'Yto SELL THE

GrtUee! he saw Simon, and An- FREE AIR A GASOLINE STATtOM OM f .Safi" GOT THE PRICE OF At RAILROAD FEa AN'TrlEN a

*! w his brother, casting a net MEDIUM 141% CORMEQ tZU OtWSHTAHAVS / CHEAP CIGAR HE BORROWED 1H& FARE i I't .

jtofl the sea; for they were fishers .. ...: To THE NBKT TOWM" 6 MILE4
A SWELL APARTMENT
11I4 Jesus YOU CANT BLUFF I .,.. .. 1"HERE.
said unto them Come --- HOUSE-I WA4 T&INKlM'' OT Jf AWAY HS GOI9 ,, ,

|W after me, and I will make youto MAIN STREET BUVltl' TNT COBWEB AnD \ t d ', "ALLIN' ODD L07TSBt ,

[ become fishers of men. And y ECECTirT ONE.. Ml5NAME FIQ' T

tolghtway they forsook their \ AN- ...,

d IIfta and followed him, And when THAT NERVY 3AP WAS } --- NEVER SAW R '
bad
gone a little farther thence.

M law James the son of Zebedee, BACK ON MAIM STREET i HIM BEFORE

"d John his brother, who also TODAY,14QOW INCT 1419

1rtre In the ship mending their I
"" USUAL LINE OP BOASTAMD '1 /
'
,
And
straightway he caned .

,thin: and they left their father BLUFF, BUT OUR

Wee In the ship with the hired LOCAL CITIZEN ;AREA

"wants, and went after him." WISE LOT AND HIS CY
lon
have often heard of the .
LINE fAILED TJ GET
Titles James and John and Anew ,
r *
-
and Peter, and of the work OVER.. 1 "q llln ., wJ' "
1 1 1 .
be*/ did for Christ. They had to : to'a .. a ASTf.e .__ .. t7tI44ZSLM.: .
trained and strengthened for .

lilt work but they finally became I

J kfPetent, earnest workers for the DOROTHY ;.DARNIT : By Charles McManns1 m:1I:


___. .... _
toThe lesson also calls attention ....... .----- -. -. '

i lit'wae Tarsus (Paul), and how I .: MERE PAPA. I YES I SAW HERE'S") rX ;, ti

ly called to work of God. Saul JUST! OWOKB WHAT YOU QUA.RTERI ,

I a strict member of'the He- "-, DID AND
IDIoNTcM.E MUCH
"* chu'ch A VASE AND I / l
but
: he opposed Jesus
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Bradford GIVING THANKS --1 ......y. i ... "Because they are well worth them wearily, dragged themselves hang out *
lip
County Telegraph "GIRLS
looking over." toward the door. One or two com ED." There W
Thanksgiving! I i.F j O Other PensTHANKSGIVING I j "Because back numbers are not plained only tor be told that they unemployed women,were plenty ,of ea '
Established 1877FLORIDAPRESS 5'
No doubt there are many this In demand. couldn't expect more they were and didn't ftriow.oaldnta.: ,,
year who will smile as they hear! "Because they are not afraid to LEARNERS and if they didn't

MEMB EP that word. Not a smile reflecting speak their minds." like it they could go to hell and see And It was all within
the peace and contentment of the "Because If they know anything if anybody cared. fact there wasn't the LAIn \

; ASSOCIATIQN1Q32 \ \\ soul but a cynical smile. This Dark clouds .mint not obscure they usually tell It" Justice must await the even a UM
,l' year more than any other within faith that the un still shines. In "Because they always have the And the employer, turned on of the Legislature. next lIessl i',
4 the memory of most of us, we will this November farm people do yet last word. his heel with a laugh, lit a good -

:J .e.ot.Lda" find difficulty In offering: thanks find opportunity to raise their "Because they carry the news I cigar, looked out of the window But there was
for that we in our shortsightedness I at the something .in
blessings hearts in thanksgiving on that day wherever they go. trucks being loaded with Another POWER with
Y. have failed to see or when it Is our custom to give "Because they have a great deal, finished garments for shipment stop this outrage. A which
''b' Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second: Class in our present state of unrest, are thanks for the blessings that the of influence. to New York' and at WHAT A unhampered with the mighty red tanT,
unwilling to.acknowledge. us. The custom "You may often disagree with PROFIT. Cloaks, suits and shirts hundred
has brought a
the Post Office at Starke Florida year cautious,
r Matter at I was first observed careful, uc
1 Thanksgiving Day originated among farmers who them but you can't get along "Made In America" to be dumpedon steps that could delay
i by the Pilgrim Fathers In had settled Jn an unexplored wll without them."-Sanford Herald. a falling market In competitionwith ACTION
f'' E. S. Matthews ____________________ Owner and Publisher 1621. Their first summer following deraessr The same inspiration that ---i.--i O..-- standard American merchandise The wheels of-

5? } J. C. Robinson __________ ________ _____ !Managing Editor the landing at Plymouth had guided them carries forward today KWITYRBELAIKENWhenuy manufactured by honest men tlce could not turn Connecticut, but the .
but a scanty harvest, and in clean modern factories. "Bar whe,
X, yielded ; and in this little poem by Grace of Connecticut Presses
SUBSCRIPTION RATE unless speedy supplies came from Gaddls is found the thanksgiving get up in the inornln' with gains" that would bait American did. Keen reporters could, at
3 Europe the sturdy colonists foresaw feeling of the farm people of our an ugly sort o'' grouch, buyers to department tore ,count ferreted out the facts, feverish;
Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable In Advance that they wou4! be.; reduced nation: Forgettln" all the pleasant dreams ers. and' telegraph Instruments typewrite

Ft Ftt ? Advertising: Rates on Application to the point pf starvation; ,Yet Song of Faith that hovered round yer couch, Linotypes belched column upon tUck,
these c
t us.I amid such surrounding old chronicles as (By Grace Gaddis) When y'd like f kill yer neighbor, All thU happened in the good umn of leaden slugs, and the who
I we learn from the 'n upset the world that Is, state of Connecticut. Officials IN DIRTY business was dragged
, hl t" The tourists are coming.: that Governor Bradford "the men'out har- Somewhere 1 know the evening sun An' put yer brother merchant man ,VESTIGATED. Citizens stormed, In the GREAT LIGHT OF prr 01

o vest gotten In, sent four goes down completely outa biz- even the Governor took a hand, LESS PUBLICITY. Again

One month 'till Christmas. on fowling! so that) we might af On pasture Jands!} where quietly Just remember you're an atom. in but there just wasn't 'anything I NEWSPAPER Justified Its ex tl
ter a more special Inannerrejolcetogether grazing sheep this great big universe. they could do about it. No one tence. With one mighty blow
,
t nOne after we bad" gatheredthe Are white against earth's patterned An' thank the Lord that you're had broken any law. A firm could killed the whole sorry racket Ai

way to win out in an argument is to keep your mouth I Surely fruit,If of those our labor.brave people !In ,, green and.brpwn. alive-condition*. might be worse. pay what it chose., -The women that blow was struck In defense
And stars come out and peoplego I dlda't HAVE to work;"did they American womanhood, in dcfta
shut. the face of starvation, beset by to,sleep When y've got to patch yer they could quit If they wanted to T 'of American standards, in defen
surrounded
and on every
f r o savages Who have-not heard: the weary) britches that y' wore last year of-American Business Ethics 3
side by dark,,lmp etr !8.'orests. shuffling tread and try And further inquiry disclosed if you can't think of
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is caused celery anything tU
by
Most of the satic at banquets halt work ahd offer
could uvtheJf
Of baffled Jobless seekers af- To scrimp an' save an' dig an' that this RACKET had been going to be thankful for, take off '
yo
r munchers. i. thanks for being alive, youras you ter beard. slave In order to git by. I on lor.months, in not one, but in hat and kneel'down and
i, .the say
sit warm hearth,,,jux
M 0 by your Just remember that yer daddy an' : many shops A man would get a prayer of gratitude' for yo
security of your bOPl-, ,.,lIhould. for I know that there are somewheremen his daddy 'head of him contract make a quantity of NEWSPAPER and the Amertd
We cannot have tax reduction until every property,owner get about the little,",...cr1flces( you
#
of brawn Found: out plckln' fer their livln'sat merchandise rent a few hundred doctrine of "The Freedom of u
starts paying his taxes. may perpetuation be making df"glorious and join In tradi the Whose eyes are unafraid, whose times was awful vlim; sewing machines a dirty loft and PRESS."

0 : hopes are sound, So quit yer kickln', brother, an'
\ tion.
Who rise and gO out whistling In sing'.but Instead of curse-
Indications are that Bradford will have a bumper crop.of -r= the dawn: Fer yer life can't'all be sunshine-
...
n strawberries this season. I To plough and sow and reap the conditions might be worse.

h 0---- Maybe .You've year around,
Though anxious clerks, their When y' fall to make a "home run"
'
7,
1.
;,; Join the Red Cross this week. You win never be able to minds upon a clock in the puzzlln' game of life

put a dollar'to a more worthy use. L I Heard It, Bat uo. .Scurry past begging hands !In An' yer strength seems all too little
every block: for to battle 'galnst the
o strife .
'
More strawberries keep coming: in. We'll have a dish Now that homecoming Is over Ob Earth, tie) great brown mother When yer feelln blue and lonely

friends don't "' of us all! an' y' don't know where to steer
full yet, if our forget us. Floridians can go home and get ,
': ti/r/, / some rest.. Oh,, blue,, eternal!; sky, oh,, sea Fer' to find some true companion
o and BUAt" who will drive away yer fear-

"' Four percent represents a good saving-and you can get It does beat all how football fans What if the' mighty 'towers lean Just remember there are fellers

that discount on your taxes this month. will drive hundreds of miles to seea and f6.1t? who are rldin' in a hearse

o game pay a big price for seats What .if the giant machinery Who'd be glad to have yer chances,
cease to run? fer conditions be
might worse.
sit two hours In an Icy stadium and
,i' Exchange wonders if the recent election was a Demo- then give their undivided attention Man's.. every: -need the earth, -Author Unknown, In I

cratic victory or merely a disaffected victory. to a drunk In the stands- our mother, yields Lake Wales News, hIp II 4. /
For rain falls and food I
yet -o--
l even when the opposing team is
still in fields. '
being held for downs on the one grow I Fifty-five years of continuous 7
Now that will
the election is over perhaps Mr. Howey -Farm Journal. :
yard line. publication was announced recently -
tell the people what five men run Florida. --- .a-. by the Bradford County Telegraph _

o It was nice to renew old acquaintances STEPS TO POPULARITY published at Starke. Modest -
however. Folks we but great Is the weekly The tT '
If any vested interests were in power 'prior to the elec press.
hadn't seen for weeks around town Before you start along the road Telegraph Is an exemplar of its _
tion, they were almost unanimously divested. bumped into us in Gainesville Sat. to popularity' someone has said service its unselfishness, its Influ-

i o urd Y. that you must pack In your hand- ence upon the lives and welfare of

They are doing some work on the county jail; but it is bag and''takealbng six things, Its readers. Long live the Tele- _
HELP;! I ready to use)pot a moment's notice. graph.-Tampa Tribune. .
comforting to note that they are not enlarging it. They are: '8C' .. I J.New

u We used to think that we were I I UnselflaHness, a willingness to The County Telegraph,

According to the Leesburg Commercial there is nothing suffering when there was ONE. forget self 'in the interest of oth- published In Starke recently com-
bridge lesson in the Times-Union
I ers.
pleted fifty-five of
like a circus to, place the old style dollar bills in circulation.} dally, but now that there are TWOIt 2. Sincere ,(frlendllness toward its community years and to the serviceto Stateof

0 seems aa If life Is just one pieceof people of all.age : Florida. The incident has called .

Every county in the State went Democratic. There won'tbe wormwood after another. 3. Ability or willingness to be forth many kind words from
We wouldn't have read the first at ease under various circumstances the State
newspapers throughout ,
much Florida sunshine for the Republicans from now on. series but for the dirty looks we with.all people. more particularly because of the .

1 o got from partners and the snooty 4. An unassuming "manner, not editorial reference to the anniversary .. "''''9'+0.... .-

A lawyer who visited Capone in prison calls the gangster references to ""honor tricks" and boasting about what you are or appearing in the Telegraph ._: __ _.
bids. And after --
"forcing now
have do.
or can at the time.
-Gainesville
a sissy. We bet he woudn't say that if Capone wasn't locked months of patiently studying Cul- C. A.'controlled: tongue that re- Sun.

up. bertson'along cornea Sims and in frains from 'gossip and needless : York Woman Elected the Best
o effect says "Nerts to the forcing criticism anil' epsak in kindness. The Starke Telegraph celebrated
system. One over- one Is your 6. A trustworthiness' so that Its
fifty-fifth birthday the other Maker in Nation-wide
We still think Mr. Hoover is entitled to have his photo on only salvation." It's all very dis- others know ,,will keep. confidences day. In 1895 this writer started *. Jelly Campaign

the three-cent stamps-because they're going out before couraging. and that your' word is as to learn the' trade on the Tele-
long. The lessons have their moments good as your bond.-Keaslnger's graph. Times-Union. Avery
of humor, however when each author Mid-West Powell is almost telling his age in jte jfcjjtfj6* ** i i
o takes a veiled dig at the lousy Review.0- that one.-Branson Journal. HB1SMrs.

} Umatilla Tribune thinks the idea of stamping the date I system of the other.To make the HOW TOWNS COMMIT SUICIDE r-- iota 3.rD

they are laid on eggs is good, provided they are not post- that feud the more Times-Union amusing we use 'suggest the lessons Thanks for.'.>the" flowers! x L
dated. Towns do not die; they just com o00 --
on opposite pageswith' cuts mit suicide. Take our town little
of Mr. Sims and Mr. Culbertson
I o III
city for Insane.
Dunnellon Sun reports that the tongue rattles because giving each other Bronx cheers If the housewives did not buy sate fi WIT,.r.tav'uw' toF
the columns.
across
scientists claim it contains more tin' than any other part of from peddlers and mail-order I"
houses.-more clerks would be need &
the body. ADVERTISEMENTThere ed In the business district and more I 0 elassi

I houses would be filled.If .
o and for'
,.' are ways .ways a By RUSSELL KAY
There should be another holiday immediately following newspaper to advertise Itself, but everybody WHO MAKES,,,HI3 Sccnttty. florid .p,.... -i.tioe

ti Thanksgiving to give, folks a chance to digest their food perhaps the most; unconventional MONET IN THIS COMMUNITY -
WOULD SPEND HIS MONEY IN
was a full page appearing In the Hundreds of women and girls
; properly. DeFuniak Herald* recently, which THIS COMMUNITY the home bent over sewing machines in dirty
o aid, "One dollar pays for this mis- town would double Its population ill smelling sweat shops sharp-
Folks erable rag for a-whole long year. within a f-% year and everybody eyed foremen snarling and drivIng -
curious.
jri are They'll pay two or three bucks to In and around it would be more
not subscribe?
Why MAybe ten hours .
you them or more a day, ,
see a football scrap and'forget all about the game when a don't, like our politics or the way !prosperous.If talking was not permitted no one .. ,

free-for-all starts In the stands. we part our hair. Well that's no I GROCERS .would handle must leave her seat. ,
,'H'
ONLY LOCAL BREAD 'the baker
.
sign of insanity on your part. Lots -
r o of good people have ,no more: use !would hire another- baker and another Driven like galley slaves, herded
Expert says women's lips tell no tales because they are for us than we have for them- I clerk and- a vacant, house convicts; American women, some Maude Casey and 4.4S2 Jellies from which here
;;, rouged. That'll be with them all 'would fUl up.,. was selected for first prize.
p newsto those who have seen tale-telling yet we get along 'I with starving children awaiting
:; and right The paper will never be If the printing offices could have their return at night, girls in their CAMPAIGNS candidates elec color. The election 'was close. BU
rouging
& going on at and the time.o '
one same of them
any better till It changes hands all the printing work that is sent early teens who should have beenIn and on all the three Judges, each real"
+ -- and as nobody Is hunting a near out of town It would employ more grammar school working working lid... Even the sacred domain of well-known authority: In Cssey the+ Jell

Multiply the number of postoffices in this country by cut to the poor house,it lan't likely fill printers, and more houses would working like mad to hold a i the this kitchen campaign has went been straight Invaded.to Only the of foods decided Mrs. ol Ih

five and to changehan very ,soon." up. precious Job. They did not complain I stalndarrdtseteby the Unite, Stat*
or more you'll know how many cards Uncle Sam paid Please give serious thought to domestic heart of the housewife. b
they were grateful for the .3.6(3' homemakers from 47 States Department of Agriculturewhich
r for to tell you to mail your Christmas packages early. Lots of editors would like to this and then start trading at chance to work they were hungry.For In the Union.and .two Provinces in all the Jellies were judged t,

--a- write things like that but, they. home.-Arcadia Arcadian. Canada. Impatiently waited to learn It 'was strawberry Jelly and ol! TIP
-0- which of them was elected. he beet delicious flavor aud aroma
don't have the nerve.Perhaps months they had trampedthe
One thing appears certain: This country will elect as Jelly maker In the United States. strawberries Its clear tran8111&M!
WHY IS A WOMAN! LIKE A 'streets seeking employment.Then tP
qulverlllC'
president Glasses of delicious home-made natural color and Its J
a whose contains "double'oo.Loulsvile
man :
name a we should have let well NEWSPAPER ollie
suddenly a sign appeared in r It-above all the
Jelly to tbe number of 4.453 took lure placed
Courier-Journal. We get Hoooover or< .Roooosevelt. enough alone but never-the-lesa ..:..- a factory window "GIRLS W ANTED the place of ballots. They were Mrs. Casey smiled very h811pl
tit -o we present the following; modern- This reason why women are like ." Like hungry wolves they had I, sent In to "Grit. a national weekly when she was told she was sled 5
The Arthur; 'Brisbane zed: Mother Goose for your. .ap- newspapersgiven by Mrs Bruce fought and crushed to hold their I newspaper with home offlces 'In "America's Best Jelly: Maker"*,,
statement is frequently made that proval: Palmer, a subscriber, ,won the place> In line Some sobbed with WlllUrasport Pa., which sponsored Is typical of the averagewith 10 i iriftyflre

ajl Is the highest paid newspaper writer in the world, but we -- prise, a six i dollar subscription'' to joy others offered a prayer when the campaign. years the mother. of for! rj]
The honor went to"a citizen of white hair and
N& have never heard anybody try to explain why.-Arcadia Jack played Wall 'Street- the newspaper in a recent contest hey were hired. New York State. Mrs. Maude grown-up children she contllld' +
Jack played fate- held by the Redding (Cat) CourIer -I art will
In those
Arcadian. Perhaps just another Hearst Casey, living In Olea a She won theI Sad pleasure
V publicity stunt. Jack jumped off of the Empire Free-Press,, What was the pay how many I election and a ant prize of 130.09 reflect the real American oe
7 0P State. "Because every man should have ,hours 7 They didn't even ask, they In cash became: she sent In the although she' little expected: ot 11
Mount Dora Topic has discovered that the people who one of his own and not- run after .were afralr to question. It was finest Jelly. would be'honored bees ee ar
Little Miss. Mary :his neighbor's-.. 'WORK they wanted just a chanceto The Judges had no- easy Job proficiency in' one of 'h"lJ
pick the most flaws in newspapers and criticise its policies Sat on a ferry Other answers sent in were; WORK. selecting the Jelly that would win. She bas teen making lellleS and lops
4'f most bitterly are the non-subscribers. Likewise the Not far from "Because their 4.452 glasses: means a lot of Jelly: past twenty-five years l aell'
r most intelligent so very us. 'work is never and the judging required expert wind up this season' JellY
W''' ((1)) critics of our government are those who stay Along came "a villian done." Then finally PAY DAY came knowledge Savor txtare and ties with grape< JeU,..
And found Mary wlllin'i "Because4 U '\woman' wants to la line- for their
i I again they'stood ---- ------------- -
aiax hem the polls. ,. .
;;l' She's suing now for breach-of- know all the news and tell all she i checks, they bad worked a week, !:Ripe. Crape Jelly I ;'. tddei Ie
i 0 promise. I knows." -"' ,six long days; 60 tedious hours 4 WHo'Ii( .1b...'..ulm,-_ .,'',. tata* of I Mnqheuld' ". .. M .
TV* CUM. taus Ia.a1 51's *p.nd lake r .
pr
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'' Will Rogers; In talking about the frills in our schools of "Becaus, -boUII are tactful, desirable bent over dirty smelly machines ft bows fruit p.cU nud.pa n endrmla..n.B .InaJet. a"Kto bun.!If -__

today, says there's "not a spelling book in carload of Old Mother Hubbard interesting and indispen ;thanking God for his merciful 1'0 prtptr Julc ..... about S hoUnr ari and .t .one udd fie'Muoda wIhonuhiy. ".
a Went to the sable." ."... brine .
cupboard goodness. One girl received C5c, full* rips snap and null )pinter nU, ...
schools." ., Maybe he's wrong but we were reminded of the To get her new sweetie a drink. '"Because they have forms.1''' e another 80c. The best paid got S bop I corer. red and to ilmwr IMP Water it mlnutM.Flu Iwlns. to. at tall.". Mil-luaunsuukly.' war. from and !bell Are.5 ::...101I' _;.-

L statement Saturday by a huge sign over a college stadium But when she got there "Because they have bold face leas than 3c per hour frail .h> lent atom at bas sad r* .mn hoMku JeIIe al MIMe
The cupboard was bare type. *)- out jute*, fit Mtlafu or ..... JMml It SIMM t iuld
announcing a football game in December. Ufht-kJnn srtpt M*. iMd,,,the reek.>)>.
So mother made more In the sink. "Because to "
{ they art easy read. Stunned, "speechless, most' of .
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