Bradford County telegraph
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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 15, 1929
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:02411
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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I IlKI.MASKS: ) ('OI"'' 'B1\ (m'\TY M'llltliM'Y, I'T.NKKAht Prosecution Of !! :
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Taken By Hagan Trustees Meet! Expressed Anent Official release of Baker, Union, Disabled Vets Tampa, Nov. 13.-The body of Florida MobIs '(;)

U. Lee Surrency 41, ot

After Hot Chase The board of bond trustees of Express ServicePlant 01 Columbia tick free and areas Suwunnee will be effectly'December counties' Old Tax On Car ;Jacob 3108: Twenty-fourth avenue, who Requestd r / : ,
his home lifter ,
died yesterday at t.\ ,
Bradford county met In regular -- ;
1, under u. federal ruling a brief, Illness, will be sent nt noon '!
itniuii-n, lu,1 Williams I'1I1.t\lrt session with following members City Nov. 12. 0 I. B. 1III'lIplll'lllltcd: Persllltx t-"c.tnlt: 1'1' Fla. where Quincy 1.'IU'hlnjlI't.. Anarchy ; i {! \:
\ +'' according to announcement today to Starke, servlteMalillburlatwlllboheld.lllr. +
Near' 1'11tuum< H..H. present. }oJ. S. Matthews chairman, t to eson! ; Srtys SoulliiTii 111"1'1'114'1,1( I i ;!j"" .'
i Poe returned to his home here last .
U O. Haynes, \V. E. Torode, II A. of Dr. T. "'. Cole of Jacksonville C'omml..11I11, In Trlt'Krnm 1 'i'' '.;1
d week after business t trip lo Washington Mirrency was a tlfe-ttmo resident .. '
,mo. Nov. 9.-D. .W Brun- Weeks. a Inspector In charge of Florida Held A Florida law enacted years bo- 't\\; .
,/, and Ecker Wll- Minutes of the last meeting were Baltimore New York and adlvltles. The section has been fore the "'orldVur has the effect I of Tampa. Atlanta Ou.. Nov. 12,-Through .1.1,1.\, ,
I ..ike Butler, neslde his widow he Is survived '
II'' read and( and approved. Phlladt>lphla. While away he Interviewed t'ck free since July, except for buffer of virtually exempting mont die UH director Dr. WIIIV.. Alexander ,J' '
committed to II. I). Surrency : twodaughters.
were by son
ulustee, a "
County Supt. A. J. Grltlls re 1 commission men areas adjacent to counties abled war veterans, others physically the Commlsfilon of terminal .
many Miss Jessie Lee and \
,it IllY in default of bonds ot quested some Improvement to road where the eradication program is Incapacitated by) misfortune! Co-operation, with a membership l l. 'I'
about the car service for Miss Myrtle May Surrency. nil of .
.',' rod $100 respectively Im- in Roatdraln section, Mr. H. M.Mcllae !. express under way. Dr Cole's announcement and widows with families dependent of a hundred Southern men and : ;;. .

,I 1 T in, County Judge C. II Ken- requested improvement to 1 Florida and Its affects All stated stating that the buffer areas upon them, from the require 1'1(111)11Ihl'ee) ; of Apopkn.brothers Albert, I.A'tonSlIrl'enl'Y Sur women, yesterday addressed to ,1 :>or, Ii,0

road In Rising section The gen that this service from Florida In will also be released\ with December meat of the new law which makes Governor Doyle S, Carlton the following ,.':,I :
: had been ,
fter the pair ar- of Hrooker, and. John Stir
i tlemen were assured that us soon the winter and from Louisiana! : In 1. except possibly, two vats in the payment of pel'sonaltuJC on automobiles rency ; telegram relative to the recent I /( '

,, d on a charge of transport as possible these Improvement the spr'ng were quite different the vicinity Worthlngtou; a,, prerequisite to obtaining Mrs"rency U.of T.Adel lateen\,, Ca! ;Hrooker four sisters.: Mrs. lynching!: nt QIInl'Y.o'lo"ldl1; ) : LYS'y' ; '

I'lI :bquor.,,, The case was set for would be made.A 111'0(loslI 10nR. One day: Is Rained in Splrngs, where Alachna and( Union nutomobtlo license!' tags, ac I P. M Barefoot of Starke; !Mrs "Oovt>rnor Doyle l K Carlton, i to, 7 ;,
18. motion! the cording J. M. lluinett, county "Tallahassee Florida :" '.
\ ,inner was carried that time over the freight car service, counties Join to )Francos Parker Grand( Rapids, :

!until was captured about 5M ; board advertise for bids on clearIng but the additional cost will have No ticks. were found In Baker, tax collector. III1 h., and Mrs. Margaret Fulforcl, "Distressed to note your proges- ?i

,,?, last night after a 20 nth': I right/; ot way on Scout Hole a tendency to counteract this advantage Hradford, Clay, Columbia.! Suwannee. While the general motoring public Purrlsh.<: F. T. Illount has charge slve administration marred by another t

b i i Sheriff P. M. Hngan and road.The It was said. Nassau std Union counties, IH Jamming the olllces of titrouuiy I of the arrangements.; lynching, the third In FlorIda I

I 1J)".(in"'' Gilbert Yates had run the maintenance supterlntend- The auctioneers\ expect to live in and In that part of Unval county to ; tux collector and assessor, thin year, in a total of flue for 5

,ni' 11 i rum runners to earth bent ent was Instructed to make estimate I i Lakeland
." lirandlu and Putnam Hall.on of cost of completion of t the r'ps from Plant City Cleaijwater, river during!!; the month of October, the new law so they can ride. next' Circuit Court serious blow at Florida's 'n

,itv.-gallon Jugs, several of Letsch road. I'Sarasota and other places from according to the report, as the( II year, the three groups mentionedcan good name and a reflection upon '

'm I '. wore broken In the'wild A committee from the Water : that city. These men feel that this systematic: program of eradicationproceeded. Bit back und accept that enactment Ends Sessions tho whole South. The honor of .. 9

,'lu. which the runners led the I oak section":, advised the board that would he inclined to hurt Plant with comparative ease. the state demands prompt apprehension a,,

i nhpdir were taken when Ihe of- they would clear the right; of way City's reputation as berries from, .\llllllllN ('r,..hH l.lllt'H Kxcinptfil: l'I'| lo llWOtl '' and conviction of the per- ,, l

nmiH i-aptnred the machine. for a road leading; east from road near the coast are not so good as *\ One lick infested cow was found Under the old law, known ns Wednesday otrutoi-H.1 However, heinous the j,1 ,

I liiannen has been running 1111II' eight. The) board assured the those raised In this section. In tlllchrlst county during the( paragraph 7, section 697! of the victim's crime, lynching can hav ;vjco

I .into Putnam county from committee that as soon as possible :Most wholesale men expressed/) month, an animal that crowned over in! 20 revised general; statutes of The work of the fall term of no defence under a government of "I; ; '"y "h

Hiadford county for some time tho after completion of the right ot I the opinion t that the berry marketof the quarantine line from Alach ill I Florida, all bona fide residents of circuit court was ('omplete.lVe.I. law. Us continuance stigmatizes "

MIilt' ( stated Ills cur had been wuy the maintenance department I Plant City would never be Im county, the report showed An the state and county who have lost nesday. afternoon upon\ completion! our civilization and discredits our

soi,, 'lii, d once by the sheriff and would grade the road proved (on. infested horse, crossing over from a limb or have been!' disabled in of a number of civil cases sot for religion professions around) 111-" I

,in' idler" occasions by the deputies A petition was filed requestinga F. I). Cleegett I ; freight tralllc !Marlon\ county was found In Levy II war or by misfortune, und widows Hint day A number of criminal world" f'

nil-Mi nothing was found, It was i road from road four to road manager; of the Southern Hallway county, while one infested t'OWall with families dt'penduK! on them.. cafes set tot !Monday\ were' continued In giving the telegram to the n

I .nati'd' four to road twenty-four. The petition company, in Washington, told Mr. toulid In the wilds of the Gulf' nro' exempted from taxation up to for the term and Ihe,court took press Dr. Alexander sold: .1 :
Brannen's trail at I was filed to be considered had not hammock, and another Inft.o ted ; "This latest outbreak of mob 'fi
Packing up Poe that the express rates $000[; of property. recess' uiuM 1 Wednesday' morning.The !!;. .\ \ 1
Hampton last night, the sheriff along other new roads. been set but very likely'! would be animal that had crossed over from Some members of the three following/ criminal and civil violence In Florida, Is very dlscouruglnK -

and his deputy trailed the suspect .-- much higher than the freight Marion county also was found In groups, of course, have property cases were disposed\ of during the :, For several years the '. .,\, i 1 ?

I into Putnam county, when they Florida May Be rates, would not be of much advan Levy county.Officials. worth> $GOO or more, aside from term: 80111hu"\ been struggling; to ', K( <

javo I'hase. Becbmfng aware thai tage. their automobiles, and In such State of Florida VH \Rufus [Rigs shake off .Ihe lynching habit, and i

,hey were pursued Hrannen led Site For Naval H. A. Koontz, claim agent of Of Am. cases the compulsion of paying the b)', assault with Intent to commit with rather noteable success.! Ten :'

, the sheriff on a wild ride which Washington, who was formerly In automobile personal tax before ucuulrlng murder: found not guilty. states hud lyiidilngs In 1920, ser- 'j I

terminated about midway between the Interstate department, In the 1930: license tags will ap- State of Florida vs Dolph( flrlffK ] en In 1D27, and live In 1928.! So \L\
Stores Station Express CompanyHere '
Putnam Hall and Oranclln when law division, who Is one of the ply. The majority of disabled veterans desertion.; found gouty !Bond thin year there have been lynch'ng: .

Rrannon ditched his machine and livest men In tralllc says that he and other persons, and the fixed at $1,000, payable $1000 In only three states, Florida Mlaslppl :\ ';

, lit and hs! companion took to the I I'onuniltr! Itt t'onunend'a llntablishniriit :. has visited Plant City many times TuesdayA. widows however, do not own monthly r.rlllls\ Is still held In custody and TennoHHee, and Florida .p ;?.:

woods Brannen was captured by of Kxpcilini'iitul: I and cannot see where the growers property with automobiles, to the ( ', bond, not being (lied. has furnished three of the five y yviclimx. '

tin officers' but Jones eluded' capnm l'Innt.Jacksonville will be benefitted, by the change In B. Scruggs superintendent\ value of more than $GOO), und In State of )Florida vs Of'IIE'rltl1\tul. r d -

for several hours hiding In shipping sysltm-; of (the American Hallway ICxpiess: these cases the virtual exemption .line, breaking and entering ; nolle "A number of states have en- p ,

,''In,, woodslie was taken about Nov. 11. -- Establishment Company, Jacksonville, and H. K: under the old[ law will apply. pressed( ailed untl-lynchlng laws with good '. :j

,> Flack last night as he emerged of a naval stores experiment Lakeland, Nov. 12. Local I Davis, route agent: for the company MUM! Till ,AiplUttlU| State of ,Florida vs Pognn1Cnnbli effect. Among these are lawn f ,

Front his hiding place by the sheriti station In connection with strawberry growers are concernedover Jacksonville, were In Starke The majority of automobiles I assault with Intent \\.o corn- creating a state' constabulary under w;
who was lying In wait for him, the dedication of an extensive tractof I the fact no rates for express I Tuesday gelling a line on the assessed for taxation at mil murder; plead guilty to aggravated control of the governor, giving 1

During the wild ride over rough timber for experimental purposes -I, car shipments. have been published amount of strawberries that would not are I than $500. Consequently I assault. )Fined $25 und costs( the go"; ..rnor power to suspend y

'made.. several of the jugs of liquor has been recommended to or filed with the Interstate commerce likely be shipped from Starke-Lnw- If more disabled war veteran, for 'or six months. or dismiss >Ulcers who fall to protect ,
\'.i-rp broken and the runners left the United Stales bureau of C'l1Pm-1 commission Congressman fey section' this season." The Amr1- Instance, does not own more t than State of Florida vs Claud Tien- their prisoners, and empower- 1!' u

.11'' tend trail of moonshine behind istry und soils by the naval stores Drune, In a letter to the chamberof cart Kxpress: will\ rent the express $600 of with his automobile froe, manslaughter; continued for hug the state to lake direct Jurisdiction r "
hem until:) the sheriff overhauled advisory committee.The commerce, says. that so far as is cars for this-. season and they de he property forget about the new term. "' if necessary In the apprehension F

,'hear When their capture seemedrnltn announcement of such a rec- I, known rates now in effect will be sired to find out Just whnt this section law relating can to personal tax on the State of Florida vs Glenn firoen, and prosecution of lynch- fo t- t

the pair. Without troubling ommendation was made yesterdayafter used. will reed to handle the crop he meets certain other larceny of automobile;: found guilty er& Probably even more effective
u" ''in' off the engine of their car a session during the fore This situation Is regarded as unfortunate without delay. cur* Two years In .state prison. however, has been the growth of

[loiped from the machine and made noon of the commftteemeii, with! Ly the growers and nth Reliable reports as to I the acre The requirements.llrst requirements Is. that State\ of Florida vs Nut halel'! antl-lynchlng Hen tllI1 nt across the ,r

luili for the woods. 'whom had conferred I Dr I F P. ers interested' In the Industry and age In the county show that the bo must take application\ for exemption Johnson IUI''enyof automobile: South, When the pulpits, news I )

Veltch, of Washington, i D C, (ch'ef\ In the opinion of T. C. Elliott,, acreage will run between 2400 to with the tax: assessor. pload guilty. Two years In state papers, women's organisations; i.;

I 1\.\l.! ItlTIOS{ : IIKMI roil, chemist of the federal bureau manager; oi the Interior )Florida 2600 all hough some report us for ex- inlson.' and business leadership of Florida i'
with the proof
1)I t-:NN114: A. AMlli\VS: Routine business matters occupiedthe Traffic bureau, another fight for high as 4 ODD, This estimate Is I ( There necessary Is the requirement State of Florida vs hosed! Robinson determine to end lynching; In that '7

'. Committeemen It was announced rates is ahead of the same kind too high, ni'' It would average half 1 emption. the and Marvin I'ringlelarceny state they will succeed.: Until they : .
also of making return to assessor -
Funeral services for Dennis A. with a lengthy; state that was put up to get the expresscar an acre of berries for every man. all taxable property, of cattle: plead guilty. Each: defendant do, this crime will go on, to the I
Audrews, 32, of South Jacksonville ment by Dr. Veltch on the bu shipments. It had been woman and child In the county. whether the owner l is exempted or received sentence of two continued discredit of Florida, the j r, r

\ who died following a short renu's program; being a feature thought that long before now new The question of rates for the new!' not. It Is a provision of an act of years In state prison. South, and America: ; for It is a. t.

illness at Alexander La., Saturday No details of the committee's rates would have been publishedand service have not been decided State of Florida vs Amos Riley,, fact that lynchlngs; occur nowhere ; .
tho 192!) legislature, and a pen
.' morning, services were conducted recommendations as to the establishment the cost put on the same busts upon, although; It Is expecetd they' alty of 25 of the amountof murder In first degree; plead else In the world, not even In the : i '
II the grave In Klzie cemetery, of the experiment station as Hum/nond, La., had wired M. H. will: be announced shortly, as hArries taxes Is levied against property guilty to manslaughter. Sentenced lands to which we send mission I ,,

,. neal Lake Butler, at 4 o'clock were announced It was Indicated, Seed, local representative, that will\ begln< \to move from Plant owners who fajl to make the return to 20 years In state prison aries." ti '' ':

Tuesday" afternoon.. Arrangements however that the purposes of such rates approximately the Louisiana City within the next few weeks. Slate of Florida vs Lem Goodw'no .

"" were In charge of the Seashole would be to Insure long term experiments lasts had been agreed upon. Attending this meeting were' -.- : Will Knight, James Tyson, SURVEY >

Funeral Parlors, of Jacksonville.Mr I which might; be helpful .---- Messrs. IiJ. S. Matthews. M. Kd- robbery while armed Continued
, ::7Hl'l'H
Andrews was a representative Industry. A ward, T. D. Ulckenbaker If. S. foe term.
!.I to the naval stores ,
ON Di a1ltl'r: ; : \\oniv I if
( of II\(W'. Alread and Company.( possibility was expressed that if Harvey, J. M, Truby, II. I.. and J. stato of ,Florida vs lien Melvin,

Jacksonville concern and was the station were established It OF lltOTllKlllIjArGainesville : M. Brownlee T. Williams and desertion und non-support; continued
On Tuesday evening, November 4"
traveling for It at the time of his would likely be In Florida, perhaps K. M. Thomas. \ for term. ROAD BEGUN
the 12th, the Starke Circle met
\ Nov. 9W. O. 'Ii
selected S. A. L. Railway "
death Pallbearers were In this section of the stole. Miles Tompkins vs
Richardson was convicted of killing HTUA\viimui.s! : : i\ HIM: SON at the Woodman hall for their reg- 'found -- ';"
from members of the firm. United States forest service damages 5000. Jury I
;, : The his. brother-in-law George F. ular meeting!!; at which Mrs Inman Work was begun Wednesday ,', ,1
, lie was a native of Lake Butler. explained Is conducting experiments for plaIntiff In sum of $800. Noticeol I
I It was Mason by a circuit court Jury presided Tho meeting was opened' surveying!!; the new state farm road. .'
\ Hi. is survived by his widow !Mrs. at Sturke and also In the Tuesday afternoon \Uenator T. J. appeal I filed. $
In due form with all Ulcers in from Starke\ to Maccleuny, the
which returned verdict of
a man-
An- Knabb brought us a ripe and lus Tennessee Collin and Casket Co. 4.
Agnes, Andrews; father, T. J. part of the state, the com '
western their chars who conducted the work being under the direction ot .
"" tlifws' Lake Butler; four sisters. mittee's proposal belnfOl'/ a morecomplete slaughter here today. Defensecounset'e cious strawberry from lib,* 14-ucro VH 1) ('. Jones, damages $600. Attorney 1 j'M1t'
exercises In a Impressive Massey, state engineer: 111 q
( mollou: for a new trial opening : very I',"
patch at Manning.Tho defendant withdrew
MrsV, Hrannen, Lake Butler; study of forests with particular for
J ,' was denied by Judge A- V. Long manner. charge of construction work In ,i I q
" Mrs Lee Douglas Miss Dorrie An- reference to naval stores. Senator states that by pleas and consented for Judgment I
and the prisoner a.. former United At this meeting the Starke this section. Mr. Massey stated
all of the meeting, Thanksgiving he hopes to have lo be entered. ,
" ; 'III'WSflKS Kdna Andrews. Those attending
honored having !bliss\ that he has the
Drove by (11
States marshal, was remanded to wan : ben over county
Lttko Butler! and seven brothers. the George; Washington ho- quite r a number of baskets of ripe J. II. Colt Company vs (I. W.Walnwrlghl (
j :' held at Alachua county Jail to await sentence Myrtle Oils\ Crump, state manager road running; to Itellhronn Springs,
II r of Jacksonville E. B. II. J. tel : )F. L. Fogarty. H M.! fruit ready for the market which ; ; dismissed, upon motion r'un.t
were Tuesday. i of the Woodmen Circle as ourguest on to the state farm properties
on j:
Hid It A, of South Jacksonville. and Curl ,F. Seph, of Ibis should bring an exceedingly fancy of plaliitrf.: ,
Wilson of honor who was presented und with the elimination of t t
Klchardson'a said ,
Andrews, of Savannah.Ga. attorneys price. This Is possibly one of the W. M./ Hryan vs C.V.. ,Ford, }
tarn J.
J T. J. and It. !H.f H. Bruen
city: ; they planned to appeal the case to by the attendant at the altar. Introduced of the curves, t this route would, be l
of Wilming!!; earliest crops! of strawberries In damages; $1,000; continued for t
ti ii 'If> Lake Butler. J. E. Lockwood 16
; honors. ,
the state supreme court and would and given grand used as It now stands. \ j
tho state and Is well fruited and
-.- Ion, Del:f 1 K. M. Newton of )Vlg-: seek his release on bond until the after which sue! was escorted to erm. Unless there Is some delay 111telling f, .
!I.orI.< Morrison of healthy. ------.-----
and "
tins bliss appeal Is disposed of. tho rostrum to a seat of honor at ; the additional! right of way
r\ITKI.: STATES: MUtlM': Senator Knabb tells us that this
Olustee, Fla. Dr. Ve'tch conferred Testifying!!; In his own defense 15 acres Is experimental und that the guurdlpiiR right. We also had 'rtrMr. from property owners, Mr. :Massey ,
,, ,. -- Later in the day Richardson said\ he had sought to vLF'arme itore from Lake Butler IViincy 'C of the opinion (that work can
naval next he really expects to raise
i dollies with the year
tying aside his an
further [ Omen Cove and e started within short time "
collect money which Mason owed Springs us a very y
strawberries. Ills In "
success every
Ma- hotel
, "' ''he uniform of the U. S. at Curling
stores operators Dun -I heHe visitors were from' both Starke and .
;, him and that the latter attacked -- Macclenny.The ,. ;
; of Starke while In the line of undertaking has been
.' Wesley Lee Luke, where he was>t a guest him, first with a broom handle phenominal and through bin leadership presented at the altar and given road Is to be hard surfaced for ,I ,

II> recently qualified as a mem- city. and later with a shotgun He described grand honors, then escorted to li width of 20 feet and the state 'i. '
11 of Uncle Sam's famous corps. we predict a great future and Mrs II. K.: Roberts ,
road 100
their seats. department requires foot
a fight between them and ih I
for Baker In
''I successfully passing the en- 1.'C'un,: : c .U'I'IU.I.\l'IUS: county strawberry Starke stair on Graham, girl, Nov. 2. the .
said he could not remember the and other truck productions. The Degree put right of way, requiring lIecurg"
"nce examination at JacksonVille latter part of the altercation Other crop the Initiatory work Initiating a Mr. and Mrs. Jno. McKlnney, InK of an additional 17 feet on hI
of the Macclenny Press. .
Florida., On behalf of the( boys defense witnesses testified/ that large! class of candidates into the Graham, boy, Nov. 9. eucli+I Hide of the present 66 foot te i ;,
Luke Is 18 years of age and football! team, the county and my- Af- Mr. and Mrs. C. C. ClUson.Starke. '
Richardson was In no condition to 1'1..1'OMylUNiTY KXIIIIIITS: different' degrees of woodcraft. 'Ightof way. i'ti t;
"1 merly lived at the home of his self: we wish to express our appreciation \Vom- remember the events leading up to ter the Initiation a hearty, welcome girl Nov. 10 This U the only obstalce In the 11 a
O'irents' at Starke. before he enIhtell to the ladles of their the shooting last June 1. MarIanna, Fla. Twenty-four .teas given our new members. Mr. and Mrs. 1.aurenceVlgglns, way of placing convict labor at ,,

In the Marine Corps, at an's Club of Starke. for assist generous -. community agricultural exhibits The state manager In her address Clay: no, boy, Nov. 11. work on building the new grade D.f.
''ai-ksonvtlle" and was transferred donation of $120.00 to Mr. and Mrs. J. A. McLendon,
for the t'lTY t'Ot'M'H. MKKTH: : were organized In Jackson county expressed herself an being within the next few weeks, SuperIntendent -
"" the Marine Barracks, Paris Is- In paying the coach Maxvllle girl, Nov. 11.
for the Marlanna Satsuma Fesll- highly pleased with the wonderful Blitch having sufficient\ t. .

,and, S. C., where he will be In- present year. better The city council met In regular val, Mlsa Mary Sue Wlgley, home work accomplished In our Orove. labor at the farm to place several ":..-
build for
i '"ticted In the drills, duties and We are trying to November 6th, 1929! with the following demonstration agent announced. Among the visitors who gave Oroveland Local packinghouse large crews at work as soon as the :.'1.'

atoms< of the Marines.sergeant citizenship: and are using games asa members present: C. F. ,-. ,short talks were: Mrs. E. I). Ped-! of Oroveland Citrus Growers route Is se tled. The state road department ..

i William T. Faulk means of teaching these contribution principles -- Hoover, chairman, L. A. Davis, N. !SLY HKVKN. ': 1'LHKIIKKHTallahassee : ue."i rick of Dunnellon, Mrs Summer Association to start operations I IIIoon. will place at the disposal I"f

'tutee that the Marine Corps Is : and this very liberal Slernberg, W. L. Wall. Minutes of I sill of Penney Farms, and \Mrs. of Superintendent Blltch whatever : t':

I "listing an especially high typeI' from the Woman's Club this;; the last meeting were read and ap- Fla. Seven purebred Crews of Lake Butler. Miss Crump Key West -'- Southern Sea'roducts I f road machinery he will need In ,_ I,+!

men between the age of 17 and materially aids us In making proved.Mr. I bull were bought by farmers was elected as an honorary member Corporation constructing building the new road. .1,:
who are attracted to ,this program possible. E. D. Card made a proposl- In Leon county during October, In I of our Orove. large fish plant here. -. j.f ,

'ranch of the service by the many Respectfully, ion: to deed to the city certain' co-operation with O. C. lIodge A neat sum was realized from Tallahassee -- Remodeling. of iT: YOfll 1Il'. TISU I.1CU.NHH! ,I, ,

"'"Portunttles! offered, and the Investing A. J. Grims, Supt. lands claimed by him west of Water :county agent. the silver tea as the attendanceof Hartsfleld Store building at cornerif '

duties of a Marine. Street, provided the city allow -1 members and visitors was very Adams and Jefferson streets, Next Wednesday ushers In the s tl.)

Sergeant Faulk Is at present au- rKMKTKKYOIIKINO: ..: him $300.00 off assessment on Plant City New six-story large. A rising vole of thi.nks was completed. 1029 hunting season, and County ;

orlzed to accept men for enlistment be working at the property owned by him on the eastside Western Union Telegraph building given the committee who made the Judge Gardiner advises huntersnot 1
will a
!., and would be pleased to There Lake Cemetery Saturday, of said street. The matter was at Twlgg and Marlon streets formally locker: painted same and placed It freshments were served In dainty to wait until the last moment 11'j,

b ive any young men Interested get Klngsley 16. Wilt\ appreciate referred to the street committeefor accepted. In the hall, as a gift to the Circle! manner everybody expressing to secure their license to hunt. The .
"> touch with him at his office, 208 November can come that day; Investigation.. Building permit Issued for year also to the committee who decorated themselves as having enjoyed the state resident hunting license this ;d

Dyal-Upchurch Bldg., Main and anyone that tools and lunch prepared The routine bills were ordered to recent date In Palm Beaches, the covers for the altar and evening. Miss Crump while In rur year is $8.00; county resident license \ ,

lay streets Jacksonville Fla. A bring your all day If possible paid and the council adjourned to total near $4,000,000 mark,- stand midst was the guest of our guardian for any other one county, 'I r ;

Post card dropped to that address. to stay n, E. Blanchard. November 19th. UU.L Delray Beach News After the business session, re- Mrs. Inman for dinner. $3.25. t

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t k Sur'SLrZS52525'u uZ2 I{i r( 11OXOIiOLL; ; ;; Flit:; ; NICO\D-: ; here thisweek.. urday. I the new forms of taxation adoptedat tho"machlnery", for ''I', III. -

jl i! .MONTH novo Norris. pastor of the First Miss Mildred Norman was the tho last session of the l loglnlatiirc return.
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B. H. S. JOURNAL Baptist Church, filled his regular !guest of piss\ Ruby Norman Satur- figures obtained from ('omp.trol1er's -4. -
First grade A and B.: Grace :
show ::
Wil- appointment hero last Sunday. day night and Sunday. report that there I
I Green. Lula Snvll. has been a reduction In total reve-
Mrs. It. H Harden and Mrs.
1\I1t1'J\ Jeanette and Ida Mae
11'W "..u'J'JnI'.AFI" I 1'ams Albert Brown, Coy Simmons Oscar Dover, of Jacksonville, were nue since 1026 of approxImately! The Lawtey Drug! (','', '

Killtor-lnriik-f/ _____"______ PAUL KNTrJlfT I WInton Summer, Melvin the guests of Mr. and Mrs. M L. Johns of Starke were visiting five million dollars. One of these tey, Fla., wishes to ,, ,, ,
._____ PEAIILH MANNINC1 F.VA MAitTI'1: aiinom ,
__ Irene
.ANHI..lnnt ]IMItorii : Wiggins, Thelnm Bryan, Misses Pauline and Lorene Green "
0 -.k.. ]':;.llIor ____ .. ,_..___.._. I.IJI "'Tltu'rJl' I Watterson.Rev. items which has been the greatest Mi1. A. D. Flncher of .in, ]u.,.
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to Sports. 1 Editor, __ ___. ._.____ __ LEFlTT PitH" 1101111101"pnlor \ : I Goodge. Alice Peterson. Jesse Sunday I reduction Is fees for Issuance of Is In q, '
t, J'rl"r __ ,.__._.. .,..___ ____ L19NA fll'II.I': HltJoJI'AHU.JUI.lor Powers, Archibald Thomas. Mrs. Divon will preach at the Mrs Corley Johns and children charge of tilt pro? up' ,
i 1 n"lIortt'r, 0 .. __. ...__ ._____._ _-.. ANN II' !\IAN l'1'IAIII'1]:: I Christian! church next Sunday corporation charters through the parlment. Mr. Flnrhc, ,,
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p; rt Rephem(11'e' Ht'IOI'lpr ._ .. ... .____- ____ ., HJ.JS HTI.ItNHI;nlJFreKhll10n I Ii. C. Hitch, teacher. and were visiting \Mrs. E. E. Greene secretary of state's office. This has uate In ( '
1 Henn"'I'" ..__ JlfAPY HHOVLNIJROGeln.1 :: I First grade, I E and C'Elolse: morning evening. and Mrs. Ida'Sweat Sunday. I' pharmacist or tw<>m\ v :,:, ,
t UeuorterH ., __ ISTELLbJ:: 1 I.NJI..TCK IIAJ.TIJ JONI':SIraculty Miss Kathryn: Weest, spout the fallen off the semi-annual sum of experleiue. Our \
Supervisor ... ...____ _. ___ MISS: : VUOHUJtca: AIATTJIKWSII. I Hayes, Frances Overutreet, Othma weekend with Miss Iris Brown of Wins' Onnle Greene "spent Sunday $570.008.35. This condition, as partment Is complete presrnp+ ,, ',

r. ....=.....1I....=.....o.. ortOrtrtc'l.t'c;: ;: ;: ;' ;; ;;> '2 Grims. Ruth Wyman. Gladys John- Brooker. and Sunday night with \Misses well AS the Increased demands on nna! 11
------------------------------ assure our friends and ,,,
Y Harold Bishop Miss Olive pair"n,
) son Pauline and Lorene Greene i I.
i ",, If. S. NOTKH; It. H. S. 1M\VM TO :SlfLLKTH: teacher. Rev. F. \M. Taylor filled his regular the treasury through natural development efficient and( courteous! SHI\, ,
Hay, .
Miand Mrs O. J. Underhillwere I.
BY X.lUtOWUIilS: <>!.' fI.- appointment at Orange Creek and growth of state In- I which they are entitled ,
A Second Allle Mae Slade, You, ,
grade '
: visiting: \Mr. and Mrs. E. E. I'
stitutions is one witch! called for
+) Bradford High[ School girls will: Juanita Barefoot, Frankle Rltch last Sunday. scription business Is !solid i. ''I: ,
Greene afternoon I
B. H. S. Mrs. J. A. J. and new forms of taxation, which the will be
i tatI I play their initial game of the basketball A much disarranged Ina Supp, Vera Manning, Emmett Misses Pauline and Lorene appreciated.
; season Friday Nov. IBth team was defeated by a much Im- Perryman, Ralph Rhodes, Jewett daughter, Mrs. Kite of Sampson, Greene and Ida Mae and Jeanette last session of the lawmakers attempted Lawtey Drug i ii
Green Cove on were the guests of Mrs. McKlnrey'o : to supply. It necessitates i 4
when they meet --
Tommie Hitch, Jay Bryan -
proved St. Augustine eleven Saturday Font, Johns attended the ball
game tho rules of
most rigid in
economy Tomatoes
daughter, Mrs. N.Wynn last are one of .
d the Starke court. Mss: Ethel Griffin, teacher. th I i I.
a The ,game was a see-saw affair Saturday. Sunday afternoon. stato administration. foods known for
TheVhfrlwlnds are getting; into prevent
Third grade: A. Z. Adkins, Jr oj.]
fine condition and are hoping to from 'start to finish In the Inman Greene, Leon Leach "'\>r- 1 lli'iulfni'il l I County T ('ii<-licrn .\*!I"K'int \Miss Moreno Hicks and J. R.I Another factor which demanded eases,.like scurvy.
( r l first half it seemed though the Norman attended church at Hell attention was that land valued at
give Green Cove a buck-set In their as non Sllcox, N. T. Hitch, Nettle (Ion ---
's first game i Tornadoes would easly defeat the The Bradford County Teachers bronn Saturday night about eight million dollars had Knitted garments should) .
i Bowling/ Gloria Johns, Many: Jane n I "
rk Although Coach Fore has not \Mullets. In the first period the Judd, Lillian Moseley, Louise Sullivan Association met hero last Saturday ,' Mr. and Mrs. Elery Sapp and been certified: to the state. The hung on the line to dry iu, '., 'I I

k '" yet picked a first string sextet, Mullets were driven to their own Miss Madge Mlddleton, November the 9th, at 10 a. m. children were the guests of Mr. delinquent tax boards. have been out flat and pulled Into simp
beautiful punt off After and Mrs. G. W. Wainwright Sun- bringing back a. port of these
thpse who will take part in the goal line by a teacher/ a song was furnished by

..rs t tray next Friday will be picked the toe of Alvarez. When they Fourth< ( \ grade: Alma. \Murrliee, the teachers, Rev.( F. M. Taylor day. lands and making them again pro- Delray Beach -. Paving '.if

from .this squad: Scootle Andrews, attempted to punt, it was blocked, Nellie Silcox Clara Flume< Era conducted the devotional services.lnsplt'atlonal Misses Inez and Marguerite Car- ductive of tax revenue Reports Federal Highway betwi i>,nand '
Annie Mullet\ recovered but be was michael, Mrs. Mamie Clark and from twenty-three counties show Boca Raton will be +
i ( Leah Struth, Dora Manning;, Edwards, PaullneNeweome, Leery talk: Supt. A. J. unit
; ;' Mae Pearce, hazel Adklns, tackled back of his own goal line Burnsed, Ralph Davis, Bulah : Grms: Starke. Mr. G. C. Porter were out riding that up to November) fl'ret back ,soon.Lake
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Daisy Tompkins, Elaine Hitch Cleo by several I Tornadoes, thus record- Brown, Gladys Manning, Edna Business section In which delegates Sunday afternoon. taxes amounting to $130,918.72 Worth -- Repah i I"

"' Thomas, Kstelle Kendrlck: Patsy ing a safety of two points Pearce, Frances Lee Peek Irene were elected to the teachers Mr. and \Mrs. Enoch Kelley were had been paid. Assessed value of made to Masonic building ,i I'>

1 Brinson and Miriam( Jacobs. III the second half the \Mullets Prescott, Ruth Priest: Doris Silcox, state association visiting !n this section Sunday eve- these lands had been lowered ner of Lake avenue and s
aerial attack nlng. about thirty percent. This delinquent at cost of $4,500.Inverness .
Let's everyone be out Friday opened up a strong Doris Strickland Lillian Stump, High School Section:
afternoon Jo yell for Bradford. The which netted them a touchdown Ma" Thornton. Carol White, Gracie What We Should Teach Our .\mi 1st lev I'rogranlOpening tax board law is one which -- Short Line .'

( game Is called for 4:00: p m. before the Tornado backs could : Mabel Pltzer, Robert Greene, Billy Ninth Grade English<: Students- song, Dixie-School. is helping to bring; Florida back to slot constructed in this .CIK "

--- catch on to the play. The touch-I Woodrow Woodward, Ernest Prof. Harrison Starke. National prayer by school. a prosperous condition and like Florida" Power Corporate",
? The faculty has appointed the down was made by a pass Garrett, Lloyd Edwards Ethel Some Methods of Supervising Keep the Home Flros Burning other of the new laws, Is a part of serve Inverness Fiber Compun

b: a. following for the annual staff: goal line. Drunson, Crockett Summer. Mrs. : Play-.Prof. 8 S. Howling, Starke. Seventh and Eighth grades h -- .- -- -- -
Grime the Tornado quarterback Intermediate Section Why We Should Observe Armlstlce M __ !llliliW"fJ, -\'i.71'\' ': ''''''.' ..:;'"'T"\
d Editor-ln-chlef. Paul I Knight: ; assistant W. H. (Hart and Miss Jessie: Williams : ......
editor, Eva Marcotte; business failed to make the trip on accountof Good Methods. of Making Dally Day-Mrs. hart
( teachers.
circulation social affairs at home. Lesson Plans-Mrs. E. B. Hart Good Morning \Mr. Zip, Zip Zip-
manager, Guy Andrews!; Fifth grade: Virginia Alvarez, ,
another colorful play. Hart Cth. 6th 7th and Sth grade boys.
Kcdgrave, ,
manager, Kstelle Kendrick Thelma Anders, Ota Mae Andrews, Starke
r' ,; ; advertising manager, Lena er was absent because of Ineliglbll- Vtyrtico Ford, Mae Mersereau, Character Education Prof T. Song-A Soldiers': Sweetheart You Can Pay.
; Cth, 6th, 7th, and 8th grade girls.
t ,r Bell Shepard. Other appointments ity. Th's weakened the line and Vera Claire Robinson, Erma Sloan, B. Pnholster: Brooker.
Reading Lest We Forget -
will follow as the need arises. backfield. Sternberg was shiftedto Martha Slade, Marie Tson: Bertie Primary Section:
,' right end and Miner replaced I Mae Ward, James Burnsed Albert Good Methods of Making Dally Mildred Norman. For ;
The Your New
+ ,h Dr. G. P. Raymond( of the Baptist him at tackle. Raymond the right Kruse, Don Stllley. Miss Lesson Plans Miss Olive Ray, following Songs were sung ForciTransportation
half by school: Pack Up Your TrobulesIn
church was the speaker of the end was shifted to right and Eunice Perkins, teacher. Starke.
mado good showing. Alvarez Character Your Old Kit Bag, There's aLong
chapel exercises last Thursday a Sixth grade: Elaine Wynn, Alma Education Mrs.
also did pretty work at line plung- Blanche Edwards. Long Trail of Winding
morning. Tills being the last ex Brunson, June Smith, Lillian
ing and punting. The line although Some Methods of Over There, Pledge-/; and Saluteto
ercise before Armistice day, Dr. Sternberg, Vonda Inman, Dorothy SupervisingPlay
,_ Raymond spoke of the horror of weakened held Its own. Miss Ethel Griffin, Starke. "Our Flag" by school.
c White, Robert McCain, Paul Raymond -
war and the blessings of peace He Ktckllter *the left end played a A. W. Anderson. Miss Mln- Hampton basketball boys and PLOIUDA 1'\. \"ISO TAXKS: As You Use It

r placed Armistice among the great good game. ale Gruber, teacher, girls played on the Vanderbilt ,.
days of the and gave reas- Tho line up was as follows\ : Seventh court this week The scores for
Louise Kite Louise '
/ grade:
ons why It should be observed. Kickllter __________ Left end Snyder, Alma Thornton. Miss the boys was 12-9 In favor of Van- ( By F. Jack Lacey) f .1.-;-','

_ _. Sternberg _________:1 Right' end Maude Mitchell, teacher. derderbllt, and the score for the Despite the fact that many olFlorida's i I I I r* *. ,

Students of B. If. S.=' enjoyed a'' Miner ____________ (tight tackle Eight: grade: \Martha Brownlee, girls was 17-12 in favor of "Vonderbllt. less enthusnastlc citizens .i>
half holiday Monday. The Armistice Davis ____________ Left Tackle : have been declaring sad state financial THE
lunnle Cunova. Kathryn Haynes,
program was held on school Graham ____________ Left guard Kitty Hogsed S. R. Johns, Lois The Brooker girls and the The conditions, taxpayers are
Brownlee __________ Right guard rallying to a combined dispute ql
ground from 12:45: until 1 o'clock. ; Prevail ressa girls played on the Hampton -
Long:, S. L. Peek Marguerite -
Mr. A, J. Thomas was the principal Inman ________________ Center Marjorie Stump, Dorothy court last Saturday Score this statement, and the first few
speaker for the occasion. McMillan _____________ Quarter was 10-9 in favor of Drooker. days of tax paying time saw a new UccPLAN'
Swanbom. Mrs. B. Perkins, teacher. -
Raymond __________ Right half Mir and \Mrs. DeWItt and son, record hung up for prompt remit.

wrote Alvarez ______________ Left half of Jacksonville, were guests of tance. No accurate figures can be
The sixth grade pupils Ninth grade: : Mary Brownlee,
Armistice day poems for English Moore ______________ Fullbac Lucille Edwards, Ina Forsyth Mrs. DeWItt's cousin, Mrs. A. A. !given newspaper at this accounts early are stage to,be but considered If- # .

Monday The following poem was Cox, substitute Louise Marcotte. Mr. McDonald this week.GRAHAM. ,
( (lope Haynes, a majority of the countiescan
)r chosen as the best one in the class HOT TIPS- lurrlnon, teacher. show payments in excess of

It was written by Paul Raymond: Tenth grade: Patsy Brlnson, ............. ......... last year. Thefour percent discount -

The Thought of PPIWC- Louise Edwards. Jean Laird; Mel- allowed by the state Is ac- :
The wisest crack of all Is to
Near Flanders: }<'Ield'the fight went ,, keep 'the one in your face closed. hI' Silcox, Benjamin Sternberg, : : cepted as the reason for this rec .. .. for
Evelyn Stump, Victor Thomas, ord.
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the day and through the. "Now Etheolln White, Miriam Jacobs. Three factors are bringing down -
\Mrs Carpenter: pupils,
dawn watch the board carefully and I'll\ Mrs. D. P. Carpenter uid Mrs T. \Mr. Jimmie Reynolds of Daytona the net amount -of taxes which time payments

Until the noon and all had ceased through it again." T. Long, teachers Beach, arrived \Monday He will were anticipated fir the year 1929
:Men at rest, and men at peace. -- Eleventh grade: Hazel Adklns, spend several days with his moth-, The first is the large discountnamed ,
Milton Brownlee, Alice Fernandez, er. above. The second Is the .
Hazel editor
: Is the partclular1Este1e
Through four long years the war \ : "lie raves if he finds a Emory Guy, Annie \Mae Pearce, \Mrs. Rosie Jones anti< children, : fact that total real estate assessments IS

wall fought; period upside: down" Muriel Silcox Rachel Sllcox, Bill Mrs Sue Byrd, and \Mrs Ions Byrd I will be lowered to a point'at

Each man having his own thought' -- Wainwright, Ruth Williams. Miss and children are visiting: Mr. and I least forty million dollars less AnotherEconomy

Of the great day, when peace Miss Isabel: "What did you Isabel Fernandez, teacher. \Mrs. D. J. Byrd for a few days. than last year. The third is that ,;r' '

should come, Twelfth grade: Guy Andrews, Mi*. Frank Brew was visiting I a number of the counties recordeda Lr
say? ..., ,
On Flanders Fields and they wouldgo Louie: "Nothing." Lots Colley, Louise Hayes, Pearle here Sunday cut In millage.

home how Manning, Eva Marcotte, Edna Quite a large crowd attended a Forty-eight of the s'xty-seven! "
Miss Isabel: "I know, but
Stannoury, Lester Sponholtz Lena chicken bog at the home of Mr. counties have reported their 1929
AMONG: Till! Jl'MOKH did you express Belle Shepard Hazel Underbill. and Mrs. A. G. Brown Friday eve- tax: rolls to the comptroller, 'establishing ; ,.

--r- : "Beverly would you Miss. Florence Matthews, teacher. ning. Everybody reported a nice an exact cut of $31- I ,

The English Literature class marry for money?" 4 time.Mrs. 'I 949,783. A number of the more -. "'7
aro studying poetry. Although Beverly: "Well not exactly, butI NTItAMJK: PKUHONS; HAVE: Isola Shuler of State Farm economical counties have placed on .

there are several good poems, we would like for cupid to shoot me, :META : who has been visiting her mother, record a. reduction of from three to
have. space for only a few of them. with a Pierce Arrow" returned to her home Sunday.Mr. twelve mills. So Dade county, one

.Wish mother wHo thought her \ and Mrs. A. G. Brown and of the most thickly populated, cut i

Oh. how I wish to be Miss Florence:'%''Young ladles, I neighbor's child was well behaved.A children were shopping in Starke six and a half. mills from last -

A bird so gay and free have always heard that to sleep in teacher who hated to give de- Saturday afternoon.Mr. year's rate. The result In actual

To fly with the breezo the moonlight will make you go merits.A \ R. Wasdln was a business money, new assessments considered -

And study Cicero when I please crazy." senor: who was really digni visitor to Starke Monday. paid In state and county taxes This Authorized Ford Finance Plan is

Dy Muriel Sllcox. Scootle: "But Miss Florence, lied Mir Hubert Brown motored to from Dade, Is that $255,051.30

that isn't so. I've slept in the A woman who was entirely satis- Jacksonville Monday less, will be paid this: year than available to our customers and makesit

An Ode To a Sky I\ Lark moonlight all my life." fled with the house in which she Mrs. Chesley Fogg: and children last While other counties low- easy to own a Ford Car.

O..pretty sky lark, there I spy \Miss Florence: "Merely provesmp lived. Leola ani'!\ Lery and Jewett were ered their rates,,. still 1 others saw

All alone in your nest point. Merely proves my A pupil who was satisfied with visiting MI' and \Mrs Tom Wasdln fit to make an Increase Had the

Turn your head this way, and point." his monthly' grades., of Waldo Sunday. tax program of the last legislaturenot

Sing me a song to cheer me on A man who wasn't thoroughly Mr. Lacy Rlgdon, Thelma and been thrown into court, an av-

To chase my sorrows away. GIvo me first a porch like this, convinced that he ould run the Hubert Brown were visiting Edna erage saving of eleven mills would J. W.\ ANDREWS\ Jr.

And two veranda chairs government better than it was be- Williams of Waldo Sunday after- have been possible In each county. ,

Where did you come from ; A beautiful night, a beautlflul ing run w My little brown bird? to moon A motorist who admitted that he;; Ilrs.Iargle\ Byrd and brother It Is either a low valuaton! LINCOLN FORD FORDSON

Out of the north,*I guess: Two minds devoid of caresA was to blame for the accident.A Joe of Gainesville were visiting and a high millage or a high val-

Out of the cold, out of'the dark strain of music far awayA high school student who could here Monday afternoon.Mr. uation and a low millage. In 1926 Starke Florida

To come down here to Starke. breeze to stir your hair, spell! .. Hubert Varnes and Tlllman the state reached its highest peak ,

A touch of sentiment and then- Alvarez of Starke motored over for that period, when real estate .
Ohl! there you sing. Remove a single chair. .\AltMISTlTH I)AY 11RFLEC.TION ; : here Monday was taxed on'a basis of $623,545614 ,-

With a note so sweet and fine Mr. Rtckenbaker and \Mrs. Irene with a millage of seven and a

A song full of Joy, a song full of Mr. Dowllng: "This la very poisonous Lamb were dnner: guests of \Mr half, In 1927 the assessment was

life, gas. What steps would you A crimson poppy tossed its head and Mrs. Brown Sunday lowered to $553,498,795 with the Hotel I Modern

Just to cheer me on. take if It should escape?" In Belgian breeze and this it Mrs. A, G. Brown and daugh- same millage in effect. Last yearassessments *

-Emory (Shelly) Guy. Cornelius: "Long ones." said ters, Thelma and Frances, were were again raised to
'"I'm proud of these solders: lyIng visiting \Mrs. Hiram Prescott Mon- a pont; over 600 millions and a tax ('(

The plane was falling through the \Mr. Knight" : "Why are you so dead, day.Mrs. rate of nine mills was In effect. HILLSBOROTampa 'ntrlli.
- 1L air, far behind In your studies?" With a low white cross at each Equllla Jones and Leola This year the total assessment: end *.. *

And I Jumped out with myladyfair Paul: "So that I can persue head. Fogg attended teachers meeting a.tax rate of nine mills was in ef
them, father." They died to save the world, you Saturday. fect. This year the total assess- Spacious(

And as I pulled the rip-cord string know, Mr. Jack Wiley and Victor ment Is expected to bo approxi- Florida '* .*.

The parachute opened and my ears Leach: "Teacher, I don't deserve From despot's heel and futurewoe Lamb were visiting Pauline \Mills mately 510 millions with'a state JtIO':

did ring; zero on this exam." and Delma Surrency Monday afternoon. tax' rate of 14 mills. Since 1914 IOMt>

I looked back up for my fair one- \Mr. Ihrg( : "I know It but thatIs But should another war-cry sound real estate assessments have increased .*. .*.
so, as low a grade as I am allowedto And bathe with blood this sac *- the sum of $357,091,177.State .

And(] here she came with the plane use." red ground, ....... expenses have been steadily *$2.:>0 0.00 d.I'!
My ruddy cheeks will blush with ................ to pF
In tow going up because of natural

-Billy Graham Nooklet: "Have you seen my new shame IIRIMIROXX SPRINGS growth. Dependants at state Institutions .* .*. *
,.- belt around the clubhouse To see the world forget the Jllss, I'earl Norman have Increased causing T"

I'loncrr III'SAs Sam: "No, did you have it name *......................... an additional-demand( on the treasury k1RBr Free4'ar Stornpo;
Woodrow Wilson
tho embers were going out around the clubhouse?" and his dream .. As Florida progresses there .*. .*.
And Christ, who died man to redeem Mrs. Lewis Clark spent SunMay
I set my face towards the mountIn are more requirements of the gov I k

thoso old days of Black De- \Mr. Harrison: "Tell me what the guest of Mrs. J. D. Carmichael ernment and more costs are being ; Jfa; Official .'.\.\ Hold

cember, you know about the 'diet of Olive E. Ray. \Miss Louise Batey was the guest : added to Its malntalnance. But a

?, "When the Indians festered wood worms.' Starke, Fla., Nov. 'I, 1929.HAMPTON of Miss Pearl Norman Sunday. 'steady program of economy Is now .. !

and timber; Lena Belle: "I don't like cook- \Miss Mildred Norman was the In effect and the present administration iii; r lladio" : : :
k They butchered my wife( and ing." ..............0......... guest of \Miss Jeanette Carter Sat- has !been; able to save near- .i
only girl urday afternoon. .' ly a million dollars under last I*; .. ..

i And there left me without a Pearl. Student: "Pa can you write your : : Mr. and Mrs. Joe Tomlinson year's expenses. Other savings are

By Henry Guy. name with your eyes shut?" Mlu Ad* NI__.. Cor. were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Troy being effected such as in purchasing Pining/ Room

Father: "Sure." ..ON..........,........... Norman Sunday. for state Institutions, a matter i ... ...
Delray Beach Excavation Student: "Well, shut your eyes Mrs. E. B. Hart, Inez Carmichael handled by the board of commis-

r completed for construction of new and sign my report card" A. B. Surrency, member of the Edna Strickland and \Mildred sioners and which expects to cut a You will meet friends and a wel New Df'lmrtmen z"II'C

city water plant. Bradford county school board, was and Carrie Belle Norman were hundred thousand dollars In this Entered from Lobby

b Mount Dora Contract awarded Cannibal King's Daughter: "Say a business visitor here this week. visiting Miss Mary Reddish Monday department of the government.Up .

for construction of community Pa, there Isn't going to be any Mr M Inman, soverlgn of the afternoon. to the first ol: 1929 all'revenue come at

building, to cost approximately dinner today. The cook has eloped Woodmen Circle of Starke teas Miss Gladys Carter was the to the state had been falling JPS .

_. with him." looking after fraternal interests' guest of Miss Pearl Norman Sat- of If. Without considering any of THE HILLSBORO '


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r.- -.--.--.---. ------.----.-.-,-....:. I rln strings oil a corporation and Mrs. Clifford( Crandall. Mr. ........................ SUCCESSFUL CHOMEMAKING The program committee of the I I 3 y(4'(

tad Mrs A. J. Strong of Gainesville Satsuma Orange Festival at Marian ',;
spending millions\ of dollars In a !;
News of Florida in Short Paragraphs t W. H. Lester) and !Mr.\ and : : na '11 have many features for r
It Il'tliln community tr .tnt"o!; build Mrs Morgan Glic-i and Alex Glass t. MUM: :M.MtlciNofiiinn, ('''I', oach of the festival! beginning ,,t y I l
{ up and lie returns on their .
Jacksonville GRACE VIALL PRAY Thul'sNuvl'mber 11, it has an- ti
money. .it... 0..4N.444.4+.00'd4 Dy i
Mr James Fultz of Detroit. no."incod. Triday. November ID i, ;

"?)kb.. Is tho great t of his slater \MisDebbie Phillip! who is EASY TO rAK2; COCKIE3:: hati. hen" set an the date for "several,

LIVE STATE 1 Senator Fletcher says that Mrs. Hays. teaching at Mnxvllle spent the extraorcl nary tea In row and ti:"m,, ':

NEWS\ "what Florida wants Is to get rid Mr. and Mrs. Shirley: Holms and wecl -IHHI with her parents Rev. No lioiiKMiinki'r K'IOWK,: how easj1" I program fur this clay has bean< r''
of the fruit fly at once and not three little daughters if Tampa. It ix' to nniKc conKlps until !she! him practically agreed) upon by tho I
1- and Mrs (). L. Phil 11
hear any more about it after were recent guests of) Mrs Skin PH. used self-rising flour By lining. : thin I committee. On this day the 'I '%
I: I April: next." This Is t the best ner. Miss Martha Groover who .inoachltiK (lour, time U: graved. hccinisc" the schools of Jackson county will all !

I TOLD BY OUR EXCHANGES statement made in some time and A very beautiful and Impressive ( school here at 'oodla\V1l !baking> powder' nnd stilt 'have! nl- i 1 be closed and motorcades! nccom1 )
randy been added. to tho, Hour In

_._._._._.___._.___...___._. .__".__...__.__ __._...1 certainly the citrus echoes the and sentiments the of Armistice Day program; was given spent the week-end with her par- right proportions, which inn lies for 1 panylng (floats from various communities !
(. --"- --- u ;, growers'; people in the school auditorium Monday outs Uev. and Mrs. Kelley at di'ticiidahllll.v.The I will arrive In (the city by j, '+

l.auderdale -. Inve'' tlgnli Campbell, former Uroward county of Florld.genel.i'lIy( / And after morning at eight-thirty. A very Brooker. \vniniin who uses' m-lf-rlnltifi f !I 9 a. m, at which time the day' tI ; ..

<. dynamiting of the West deputy sheriff, will go on trial IIII'OI11lty the campaign is over we can talk interesting address by Mr. Larson Misses Myrtle and Mam'e Louie flour for her coolies. piixlry, cnkm/ I events are to begin with a band I I r

luhway: and the cutting of court here, November 0 and about recouping our losses want full wed by the dinging: of Norma attended court In Starke Lund( biscuits never luis to( npoloMlxc! concert at the munlc'pal! plaza \,

I !it I"". rive reclamation district! 7 on separate charges of assault .\1I1E'rlcland reciting of A mprl's Monday( and Tuesday. for her product for they lire nl, -.- e

h i,\ armed and masked men on und battery according to dates set Editor Benjamin who recently (.", creed Acrostic by Primary Miss Agnes Siiprj\ and Cohen ways of the same excellent quality, The \Florida Power Radio party ,
It lime standard
: ,,,i g0 was resumed here to- by Judge \Fred n, Shlppedy today took charge of the new DunnellonSun class In Memoilnm, Opal Glisson; Peele passed: through this\ section rnciklo, pays recipe to which can one hn'o.l.lt.d broadcasting from\ WFLA every 4 ''r

i i the Ilroward county grand. ;, llereleln will\ be tried on says he wanted to etart his No Flag Like Ours. > 4th grade; Sunday afternoon. from( one linking time to t the next Monday evening continues to elicit .,. '
The Jurors were Instructed I charges of assault and battery and first Sunday In Duunellon right Pledge to the Flog;; Armistice Day Mr.\ Sebe and Cleve Harris of '!'hllllJ1l1ki!" for, wise anti qiilcknon" exceedingly!; favorable comment e
,,' i 1:0 George W. Tedder to false ImprlHoAment? In connection and KO" to church 'but he was too Exercise by four boys. ; Familiarwar Dukes were visiting! In this section In baking Such\ n fttniulurd cookie 1 throughout Florida and the country I

h I i a, tr activities secret. I ,jyilh, holding two local youths In weak. '\ are so many songs, school( and audience; Sunday afternoon. recipe! In ns follows : I Kenorally From 110 to 200 t i
Tho city Jail overnight Campbell's! good men and l women who wantto In \Flanders Field Luella Cunningham Miss Ruth and( Agnes Snpp Roberta. Standard Cookies Recipe With letters are com'ng' In each week requesting t

tr'al will\ bo in connection with alleged ga; to hurch on Sunday but and Lois Jordan; Lest Ida Mae and Udlth Conner Variations. I' numbers by the various t !
I niidordale More than they are usually "weak." Seems H pup fat 2 cup Hflf-rla entertainers, So :
battery of We Forget Donna Kerr; Address, Carl Hosier Cohen Petla and many requests
ibblts I forced from their: a disabled war that are'sll'onger 1"1 fit" cup| sugar Ins: floyr\ I
we weekdays I
veteran III Hollywood.Urooksvillo on Mr. Weld ; Sung, The Old Hugged! D. Reddish attended! church 1 egg H; cup milk have been received for sacred numbers -
vprglades haunts by recent as it were."Thousands Cross By re have been killed by -
H iu-r. I daughter" Mrs Stewart Stearns of Mr. Luell Tanner and Claude The following( flmoilng limy I lie) dedicate entire ]program Monday
", itnce a bounty was offered! unidentified! mall, believed to be a far from the religious life arrive Mr. F. M. 'Walratli and J. 1C.Hotiser this section Sunday afternoon. Uraluil Orange or ("ocflnutT.fl11on I -- ._ _

d I ,id rabbits. Thousands: haven times and burned, was burled to- gome time, at the place where drovo to Jacksonville: Mary and George IteddlMi/ attended Vnnllln\ Peel rvrnnn\\VnInut Palm City Palm City Grocery j
nillcd by eating poisoned m>- negro, who had been shot: several I they long for the consoling Influence Tuesday. church ut Hellbronn Sat- Peanut Putter I Store changed; hands. '
day near here, after coroner's of the little brown church" ___ ___ n__. I
i'' :I I Mr. J. J. HouHcr and W. II Ogden urday night
jury had brought In verdict of says the Orlando Keporter-Star.
a : were In Stnrke Monday op Mr. and Mrs Oscar Carter Myr-
,hassef .--- A hearing to rc'- death at the hands of persons un- Quite true brother, but the 1 bllSlnl'Ms.' tlo and Manila LOll Othiim and

,ih<' method of statins: dlsai known." The body was found Friday trouble these days Is the idea of The Country Carnival held at Truman Norman were visiting Mr.
..or application to freighti by a State Plant Board agent/: seeking!; consolation from the little
the home of Mr. and! Mrs' H. C. and Mrs. O. J. Phillips Monday .
," I i 'in. rail Ines 1: between points looking; for signs; of fruit fly Infes- brown jug !rather than from Jenkins, on descent Luke Saturday night In l Lawtey. -;;' L'i

':,.+ da was held here today by tltatlon !'n a clump of wild! trees the little brown church evening, Nov 9 for the benefit J. S. Norman was !transacting WGWE i t ;
railroad commission. The Sheriff Cobb sold Herimmlo
u" a of the Keystone Heights" 'Vontan's ,
"mmIIu, .- clop also considered I then county posse had been searchingfor Printers of Tallahassee recently Club, was one of the most :mornMr.. >

inns\ of distances between a negro alleged to have fired n passed! suitable I resolutions honorIng original and cleverly arranged en- nnd Mrs. L. It. Denmark A GUARANTEE

p.' ul.i points as to movements bullet Into the home of Deputy General Tom Appleyard upon tertatnmentn ever sponsored by spent Saturday night and! Sunday

,individual lines and over one Sheriff n F Wilson, October 24, his retirement from business. Any that organization; The crowd although with his uncle und aunt Mr. and

\mum' separate lines, and the but that he was thought to have printer who can safely retire from large, entered Into the Mrs. J. C. Alvarez ,. ;

1,11, ,. of disposing! of fractions of escaped. The shoes of the dead business should be honored by the spirit of the affair and! helped to Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Norman and THAT ;:

m man did not fit (the prints of those entire nation make It the hugo success that it sons and Mrs Oscar Carter and\

around the Wilson: home ',t the sheriff wan. son were shopping! In Starke Friday
,o. ,'hobee Don BoatwrlRlit.; snld. lie expressed belief that The first 1 I'fe guard strike has Hr'ghtly colored paper; pennantsand afternoon

i' ,>\ on the Holmes and Hnuli the man had been brought here occurred or will occur at Miami banners and, many lights; provided Mr. and Mrs. J, S. Norman and GUARANTEES '

'>i ranch near here who had from outside the county mutilated Beach this week. The life guards] an itttnosiiliere of guy festivity sons were visiting Mrs. NOl'lnlllt'spll"ents. "

be missing for nearly two weeks !, executed and burled. asking for better working coiull- and the amusing and beautiful Rev and Mrs D. L, Phillips 11, q d

ui mind, dead at a camp on the tlons and shorter hours. We always costumes worn by those who wished Sunday afternoon.Mr. ,

,ian i li last night by other cowboys Plant City--With bent seasonIn did envy the life guards as to mask reminded one of a and Mrs I..e union Norman ;

lit lad been dead for 10 days or a number of years thus far anti they lolled 1 in the sands waitingfor mlnature Mardi Gras, were vUltlng her mother, Mrs ;

more Authorities who were summoned what Is said to be the largest; an herless"' to call for help but A decorated inch and a turn- Maggie Browning Sunday after- \ ;1 \ i

to scene said they found acreage ever set out In east! Hills- maybe what they want Is more real style marked the entrance where noon.
no indication of foul play or any borough county, prospects for the activity, shorter hours and more five cents admission was charged, Mrs J.- S. Norman and daughters ; : i;
indication that noatwrlsht; had largest strawberry: crop in the money. They should get a job and the midway was lined on either Myrtle Mamie Lou and Bulali ){' rGZia rant : 8

been bitten by a rattlesnake, history of this great winter strawberry on a morning dally paper. side with attractively decorated were shopping!; Starke Saturday > t trorriGoodpcar

section appear bright. Sev- booths where refreshmentswere afternoon ; : i I'pnrurnl1ht

Tampa Police today were cial showers this week have Col.! Peter O. Kn'ght of' Tampa sold and where one might try Mls Thelma Browning left here I' Ian' ,

lean'hlnlfor; two gypsy women brought/: needed moisture to mostof rays: that \Florida needs a fool killer his skill at ball throwing etc. Refreshments Monday afternoon for Jacksonvilleto
whip" made oft with $1,400 belong-; the patches and only severe adverse at the present time. Quite i confuted of buns and spend a few days with her o\i1in!\ l tftch ti "

Ink 'in a local matron, according!; weather conditions can cur- true. \Ve:' have, needed ono all the welners coffee, doughnuts and an at. I Q) rori"ndirtlirt.( ,; : I

he'i .'om plaint to police yesterday.II tail bumper activities at harvest- time aiKPone should be appointed roasted peanuts The wpiners were Mr. and Mrs.. Jim Browning!; '

< name was withheld at her 1'0- Ing time It is said.: Bloom on perry at once by Governor Carlton! and sold raw and were rousted by the Lllwtp)'. were transacting business GOOD)1YEARI ;

>lunl She explained that the plants Is reported from many the ofllce should not be political. purchaser at a big camp fire provided here Monday afternoon ,;.

.|Hles" visited her home yesterdayand sections and berries In some Instances Wo only rise to remark that the ) for that )purpose. )teach: article Mrs S.ble Sapp and Bro Tniby l n :
induced her to hand them the are forming. .It Is anticipated !- fool killer should spare the innocent sold for five (cents which U>ln i Roberta were visiting Mrs. Oscar I ,.;; ,

money. wrapped in an old newspa- that with conditions remaining bystanders. Maybe Col. was the price charged for each I tarter Friday. afternoon.
lpi) 1 They claimed that they couldd favorable Plant City will Knight would take the job. added attraction. An admirable\ .---- I ,S

< niilf' or even treble the number i send along a fairly large quota of band was very capably[ led by Mrs When to for Good ,
.... s....N .. .. you come us a
Hi' WIN by blessing It, the victim berries< for the Thanksgiving tradein And now It seems to be definitely )I. A Smith an drum-major, this N .. ..+

aid! the north. decided that the Yale ape col- was followed by an elephant whichIts Hootse Leach : l year Tire, you get a tire that carries i
__ will be located :
i coy at Orange Park
tra'lIerfl'! It. C. Jenkins,
Hi identon -- A double yellow Quincy! Will LnrkliiH. negro thla state Splendid opportunityto claimed\ to be "almost human." +.... ......y............ the best of all tire guarantees:: ii'ii'I 4
'''ui bloom Norman Indicted here today on a charge of I study the anthropoid at close >""t
"U\! raised by Mr. Jenkins amused the 'spectatorsby Mr R. N. Crawford business stamped right on its sidewall '
was a :
K Palm assaulting a 12-year-old whiteschool quarters and Ill's! Is no reflection l'
npr of the Royal nur- putting the elephant through a visitor to Starke lust Monday.Mr I
, '. i II' said by Reasoner (to ben girl was l lynched tonUht; upon any of the lllustrous alumni numbers of trttks.' Then a confident Charlie ,
' orld's finest hibiscus. It was shortly after 9 o'clock. The negro who happen to be living in Flor and proud mother, wearing Abbie" Powell and Gaskins little and sister Miss of The good name GOODYEAR- 1:

(ni, first\ bloom from a hybrid plant was hanged with a strand of ida. This may also be 'the forerunner rather ail antiquated dress sun- Doctors Inlet, spent Sunday here "The Greatest Name in Rubber."
wire and shot to death by a mob of another land boom bonnett ; ;
developed some months ago by a and shawl emerged from the guests of Mrs. Jean (la8klnllI i
M\ which took him from a Jail somewhere A trip over the state shows
\ McCann while experimenting" the crowd and! demanded; that her and family. Ij

tp. Punta Gorda. The new hibiscus In this vicinity: tonight. children be allowed to preform. I: Mr. Jeff Roberts and Howard FOR EVERY GOODYEAR AND ''\ ,1,3PATIIFINDERPNEUMATICTIRE ,
Sheriff O. S. Gregory, who was In banks reopening new ones being '
produces a bloom fully five Inches The children were overgrown and Miner of
Jacksonville, had placed the negro started, more or less building activity bashful i Lawtey were the guests !i r '
in diameter
and of a rich glowing and ridiculously dressed of Mr. and Mrs H, Nr'Crawford
In Jail during/ the afternoon and some of the subdivisions In IS GUARANTEED t
gold In color a short dresses, nocks( and hair and family Sunday.. AGAINST DEFECTS f ,
but it was not learned here what being brought into bearing. All ribbons. I''
of this They 'sang a duet and Mrs J. 1., OIl klns was a visitor! FOR ITS ENTIRE LIFE! t
Is the activity that the ttP'
Larkins was lodged means
Tampa Postal agents; and oth- Jail. each recited with much prompting to Sturke last Thursday.Mr. :,
ei authorities investigating Jail at Tallahassee last night for faith. In Florida still exists in the from the sidelines their ,
today were minds by father, and Mrs. Thompson and .. ""J..
safe keeping but It was under- of financiers from other a bewhIskered old .
destruction of United States gentleman children : That
of Atlanta
from states. Florida will always be Ga., were visitors means you are guaranteed::
mall In two street letter boxes here stood he was splilted away wearing a straw hat and overalls. here last .

early this week Mall in one box t there today when a. mob was said honey.Florida] even with flies In the The family was portrayed by Miss and 1Irs.V Monday.Mr. M. Reddish and i the security and satisfaction, the ;'si i

was destroyed by fire last night. to have formed and started to Helen Lawrence, mother; Miss children and 1Irs1IIIry-- Reddish
On the following night some one the capital: for him. The negro'sbody --- Arneeta Ogden father Misses spent Sunday at Wateroak with i longer life and real economy of + ffI r rI

poured heavy oil Into another box, was found hanging beside a Nothing comes out of Tallahassee Gertrude Mouser and Helen Ogdenas relatives. I such exclusive '
railroad grade crossing tonight on about a special session of the children Goodyear "f )
destroying some of the letters and Mr. and Mrs. Lacy Norman and!
be- the Midway road near here. There \Florida legislature so the hoi polloi Mr. Wm. Plel'ce'and Mr.\ Jenkins the "
damaging the balance. It was daughter, Cleo. spent Sunday afternoon as powerful, tractive All. I.
of wire around his are waiting with bated and / .
strand '
lieved that someone threw alighted was a appeared as an Irishman and the
his body. scented breath for anything that guests of Mr. and Mrs, Weather Tread and the i
In li
match or cigarette In the throat and bullet holes his wife in a clever vaudeville act, J. L. Gaskins.Mr extra- :
Hrsi box might happen and jobs are getting and Mrs. Jenkins. as' the wife rendered '
and Mrs.
N. M. Bradley durable extra.clastic of r.i r.
-- Tallahassee Dismissal of an scarcer all the time.Keystone an operatic selei'(ion which spent tho weekend at Jacksonville carcass
-*' adla- -Th'week's second car- Indictment charging L A. Tfttuni del'ghted' the auillen, e. with relativesKVEHGRKI2N. SUPERTVVIST cord. :' :
|fid of the and A. Plchard. local businessmen ..... ... Among other attractions of': ,
cucumbers was sold on + ........ e...!. were ---+-- i '
p'' ''tform here yesterday bringing: with using the malls to dls- Yo-Yo contest won by Kenneth See these :
''i 1 :ilii' : 70 for 420 crates. There tr'bute: obscene literature will be ,I : Heights : Church, a horse race and an amusing ............. v.......... : superiorities before you :

w r 227 crates of fancies 123: sought in federal court at Pensa- 'I .. MUM Helen Odin Cur. + contest for men. Mr Forest : : +. buy. We can demon. [.

t" ,'holce 52 No. 3's and 18 no cola Thursday It was announcedhere ..........+...+.....N.. Buck proved to be a real profes- (MI'H. F. A, Rosier, Cur) 4
I; ad'' The fancies 'brought $4 today. Motion for dismissalof sional fortune Idler and was very strate them right before .. ,
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,uirt the choice $3. The carload the charge Is on file In federal Mr and MrsVm. Buck, !Mrs. popular as such. .. ..... 6 1.

par' bought for cash for a New court, counsel for Tutum and Pic- Sarah Duck and Jack Buck arriv- Some other costume's worthy of Mr. and Mrs. J, D. Peele spent your eyes, in two it
Vl', firm.: Manager T, L. Dishongi hard Bald In event the motionIs ed at Keystone Heights 'last week mention were those of Miss Dor- Sunday with II. K. Rosier and : minutes' time so ,' :
"I i ''he DeSoto Cou ity Co-opera-( denied the two men will be arraigned from Conneaut Lake 1'u., and are othy Jenkins who greeted new mother \Mrs J. S. Roster r I t ..t:

rowers would not ship anotlin ; Nov." 19! at Peimacola. The In their cottage one Lake Geneva comers In a lovely Dolly Vurclen EJdle and Phillip! \Hosier of i simple a child can un :i ))1I

n til next week. Indictment was returned some time for the winter. gown ; Wrs. Wru,, Pierce and Miss. Jacksonville were visitors to Evergreen -
,. ago in connection with a campaign Mrs. Mary Mack and daughter. Wilma Hays as gypsies, little Miss Friday.Mr. I derstand. When you 'ffL "

1 ''la. The Florida Forest Ser- by Tatum and Pochard: against; the Shirley, of Conneaut Lake, Pa., Eva I Hays who was a demure Pur- Talmadge Shuler of State 1 see them ou'll not be
v.1l'ontrlbute\ toward the alleged use of immoral text books are occupying their winter homeon itan maiden Mrs C. H. Clark who Farm, was visiting It. S. Rosier ,

*' 'I' 'm county fair to be held No- I at the Florida State College for Keystone Lake i wore an old fashioned black taf- Tuesday night of last week. i satisfied with anything n

\"'mb r 26-29, by having Iti ex- Women and the University of Flor Mr. Harold K. Lawrence spent a feta dress and plumed hat; 1\11'1I,1 Mr. Joe liarrell of Lawtey wait '
h |bl' truck here Arrangements ida. The campaign included distribution day or two with his parents, Mr. -J'. H.,Houser was a little old fashioned a. visitor to \Evergreen Tuesday of I else but the Goodyear

are being made through II.[ A.itnlth. of a pamphlet entitled and Mrs. Hay Lawrence before go- lady with a black bonnet; I last week i i a
assistant state forester Psychoanalysis, of Filthy Dreamerr. Ing north for the winter Mr- Lee Bless as this sheriff' and Billy Lorone Rosier of WoocIUwn and ,
ago. At that 'Lawrence Is with the American Uifllwlnkle' Jr. who Opal Peole
Tal'ah< see.! The truck will be about two years I Impersonated spent Sunday with Lou-
" and Plchard were attempting Telephone and Telegraph Co., and a monkey. ise Rosier.B. '
!ulpped time Tatum .
any time after to show dark motion from a pictures screen i to prove that the books, expects to be in Atlanta Ga., for-a --. \K. and R. 8. Rosier and Krn-: It costs no more to buy Qoodyears n

1II0unt"d at the top of the 'truck, which they regarded as Immoral, week or two before going on to NEW; 1'\SSI:SGFn; etliIiDCLiSY; est Register were visitors to Starke

or If other arrangements can be were In use In the libraries of, the Kentucky. Saturday afternoon NC.V I'7 iCES' ON PATHFINDER TIRES EFFECTIVE ;
Mr. and Mrs. McGunlgle
are Beginning Sunday April 21st Mrs Hester
made l the two colleges. Snpp and son. Cohen -
, r and motion picture projec-toOt back In Keystone Height for the Seaboard Hallway schedules for Peele were the guests of Mr. OCTOBER 15:;, 1929!
can' moved
r screen be JL4T PASSING winter. Mr. McGunlgle Is state i Stoske were posted as follows: and Mrs. J. Q. Rosier: at Sapp Station -
places or within buildings. > road Inspector and was here for I SouthboundNo. Friday afternoon.W. Balloon( I High Pressure tr

-- (eny U. J. Holly) several months last summer. 1-Local( ) 11:19) p. m. H. Rosier of Gainesville and
department Tallahassee: The state road Regarding the Catts-Corlton testimony Mr. and Mrs. Gray are again In I No. 11l.oca11:23( \ : a. m, Carl Rosier were visiting B. }I, 29x1.10! __ _____ $ 5.90 30x 3 1-2 rcsr.---- $ &0529x1.50 ;

at Its recent quarterly at Tampa one Is led to be- Keystone Heights and are occupy- No. 107-(Limited) 1:19: p.m. Rosier Thursday night of lastBeek. : ___ _____ __ 6.68 30x3: 1-2 oversize''_ 5.19!)
nesting, agreed to expedite con- 50x1.50 __ __ 6.73,: :31x1 1 __ '
! that Catts probably left ing the Walters cottage on Law- No. 191-(Limited) 10:34 p. m ____-_ 9.05; r
Stark ruction ,of the highway between lieve Carlton's office thinking that\ he rence Boulevard. northbound R. S. and II. K.: Rosier were vie-I I, .10x1.75( ; nO n. 8.15 :32x1 00 _________ 9.75
) and the Halford state farm Ella Bird who 29x5.00! __ RoSS :33x1 10.35: ; ., I I70x5.00
tl Carlton's promise! and Carlton Mrs has been No. 2--(Local) 5:3G: a. m Itlnrf Levy Norman at Vanderbilt n'
I Ir I
|" :ure quick access from Starke had Catts thinking that CaUs with relatives and friends In Pennsylvania No. 12---(local) 3:05: p. m. I ::Sunday, morning. : ___-- 8.75 :32x1 1.------. 13.65

ell1 the penitentiary In case of an left he had promised him and Michigan for the No. 108-(Limited) 5:41 p m. I Mr. Pitt Varnes of Jacksonville I I 30x5.25 ___ 9.98 33x1: 1-2 .__h_ 11.15

points Is about 10 miles If something.though-to pass the buck. home In Keystone Heights Monday leaves Starke 7:00: a, m., and tran! day morning. 32x6.00( _- 1X75: :'iox51i. D. 8 ply ._ 20.65

shy uprising should ever occur at morning.Mr. 102 arrives Starke 2:40: p. m.Illufl Mrs. James Rosier returned 32x6.50 ___._ n 15.60. 32x6 II. D. 10 ply 36.25; '

Penitentiary, it would enable cross section of comedyIn Moorehead of Zanesvllle lia* Line home Sunday after spending the
"lards For a
within to get troops from Starke real life get the opinion of a Ohio, Is at Keystone Inn for" the Northbound--1:69: a. in., 1:68p. : past week-end at Island Grove the

here 15 or 20 minutes officials youngster with no previous< experIence winter. 1 m., 4:30: p. m., 8.28: p, m., 5:10: guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. 1Byke > Ritch's' Service StationSTARKE 1
explained No trouble however In big business to draw up Other guests at the Inn are A.1 r a. m. *. I

Is anticipated; It was added. contract for a municipality and II. Stephens and W. T Rogers of Sluthbound-9:31: a. m.. 11-37: Mr. Jess, Saunders and baby of

Fort a lay down Iron clad rules as to Just I Jacksonville. Mr. and Mr. W. II. I a. m... 4:07: p. m., 8:37: p, m.. 11:50 Long Branch, are visiting her I, FLORIDAIr ;) t ry

lei chief Lauderdale of police and P. A W Here-H. how the city should pull the puck- Stevenson of Pittsburgh Pa; Mr. p. m. eats, Mr. and !Mrs C A par-I


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I KTNEiY: ;tnIt--: wore visitors: ( to Starke Monday. Mil.: IIVM'M I'KIIKINH.: DIEM: .......................... has a quantity of gr....,? i I' ,

1 Mr. and Mrs I B. K. Powell. Mr. Hl.1mJo:1'4I.AT: HIS IIOMB: LAWTEY{ will be ready for flu" ni.u/, h

A wedding of much Interest" to and Mrs. L. L,. Younghlood; Mr. 1'4 I;.\lt I\WTKY: FI..A. market.
3ocictyljl many friends in Starke of Mr. and Kenneth Powell and Mr. Arthur .......................
Moorer were visiting Mr and !Mrs. Early Sunday morning the :\IISM .I.M.II: : M1'I'1'li1.,11 i ,.
Mrs. M. M. Fryer occurred In San Powell Perkins Mr.and Mrs. G W. Roberts and
1 B. C. at Goose Lake Tues friends of Mr. llynum were
Francisco' on October 27th when shocked: ( to hear that he had passed daughter Patsy spent ArmisticeDay Miss Nellie Mitchell ,.. ,I ,
their daughter. Alda Elinor }<"ryer.hel'tlothe day.The In DeLand with Mrs. Roberts'
-. Sandspur boys met Key- to the Great Beyond as he apparently passed awny at her hum, ,,,?, 'v\\ ,
bride of John Delavan stone boys on Keystone court! fora was in robust health. parents, where they were entertained St. Johns street at I B ::5U ,. ,, ,
:MHS. MACK Till ('Ol' STY I-'KI: >KHATION: reunion. 01",1 I'
J1KH. WKKKS: ; \Ni> Kenedy. at a family
Saturday :
after- of morning
basketball game Saturday Many were the expressions sym :Itlt'J'I, ,I Ii
JIOHTKKKS: TO J'lHfl.KS The wedding was solemnized} at noon. The result of the game; was pathy for his bereaved: wife: as Mesdames n. R. Thede and W. i Illness, survived by thr., '1 ,. .
Program of the Trl-County Federation Grace Cathedral at 6:30: p. m., the 2-6 with Keystone winning.; We they were known to be such\ a congenial C. Wooten spent Friday in Jacksonville I Mrs. Lizzie Stephens of I.K. r i ,,
Circle number one of the Wom Women's Clubs to be held Rev leo of Okland, officiating at hope they will begin to practice ; devoted couple. Mrs. Mary Cell of Clearw.u,,r ",,lId,

an's Missionary Society of the with the Lake Butler Woman's the ceremony.A soon and overcome what they did Bynum Perkins was born at Mesdames L. H. 11111 and E. E. I Mrs. A. M. Thompson <,( H""t, ,,,

Methodist church met Monday afternoon Club Friday, Nov. 22, at 2 p. m. : wedding supper was given at the first time. Mount Airy, Habersham county, Burney were shopping In Jackson- I Iowa, and by three broth, ,r- i 1 1i,",

at the home of Mrs. K. A. Song-.-Florida, the Woman's Civic Club, followingthe 'l'hee.II"/ of TIle' Coiu-li county, Geargla, on March 29th, ville Thursday. "W. H. Mitchell, of Lakelandi: i

Weeks, with Mrs. A. Wood as Collect. The ceremony.bride Is graduate of Roland The man who promises he will 1872 and died October the 3rd, 1"'. R. Carradlne spent Wednesday : Mitchell, of Starke and I,"It,|,,11,
leader. After the business and de- Salute to the Flag. a come 1929, therefore, his age was fifty- in Jacksonville. Mitchell, of Pontiac, MlrhiK.\ ,,,
votional service the subject of Welcome addrellil-Mrs. K. G Hall, In Salt Lake City. Until Then falls without word of apology seven. years, seven months and H. R. Tbede was a business visItor Dr. \V. II. Mitchell and wf, .. ,
Duncan of the Lake Butler recently: Miss Fryer was employedin of John to Lake Butler and Gainesville son, J. M. Mitchell
l missions In Africa were discussed, president the office of the American Rail- four days. He was a son and wif, ,,MI|
and papers were read by Mrs. A. Club. Maybe perhaps but a trifle dumb, and Hachel Perkins both of whom Monday daughter, Lucille, and Mrs M.m
Wood Mrs H. A. Weeks ,..rs. J. Response-Mrs. Knabb, presi- Nevada way Express< and Company transferred at Tonopah to the, But has surely a kinked psych were natives of Georgia. He was Illi Unlay forty for LittleMis* Cleo Cell; were at the home shortly ,all, ; ,

II. Hitch and Mrs. J. AV. White. dent Macclenny Club. was ology.It married on April 23, 1910, to !Miss Hupp death and attended the fun rid' .
As the meeting occurred on Recognition; of visitors. San Francisco office In September. Ola Mae MacDonald, of Cordele, !Mrs. Don Sap entertained witha which was held at the Aihn, 1

Armistice Day the president of the Reading of minutes. Tho bridegroom Is the son of Mrs. Isn't the fellow who says, "I'll Ga., daughter of Mr. and !Mrs J. delightful birthday party in hon- Chrlst'an! church. Rev Hun ,\ L i iBlxler

society, Mrs. J. H. Bitch, stated Special music-Lake City club A. I
that since 1918 the Society has Roll rail of Clubs and reports by young couple are at home Fransclsco.THEKESSA on And then goes the other way now of Albany, Ga. Mr. Perk- who celebrated the fifth anniversary stated by Rev. W. T. hall of, r ,lit"|;,

bad as a memorial member, the club president or secretary. Gate avenue .San Who glibly says, "I will bear my Ins was for many yeprs engaged; ; of her birth last Saturday, local Baptist church.Pallbearers .

name of Lieut. Illchard Hay White, Unfinished business. share," In the lumber and shingle mill Industry Nov. 2nd. The little tots arrivedat were MessrI I u: I-

; son of Mr. and Mrs J. W. White, I New business. ............. ...... And then Just forgets to' play. in "arlous southern states. 3:30: o'clock and games were McColskey. E. McColski! ,v :\1', ,

w i his mother having placed her son's I Special vocal music-Mrs. D. E 0 Since 1922 he has devoted his at- played until I 5 when delicious refreshments man Robertson, Charlie Itni,, ,'I,,

name on their roll. Mrs. Hitch 11 Knight: and others of Starke. : : But the boy who always keeps his tention to farming, living near were served consistingof V. R. Llpscomb and Mr Sin'i li.,.,, '

asked that the members silently :I Subject to be discussedFlorIda. Miss Rhoda Zeigler, Cor. word Lawley. Florida, where be was a cream and cake. Those Invited Funeral arrangements. ,,,n,,. ,?

A And disdains prevaricationIlls member of the Masonic Lodge and were: Winnie! Shuford, Early charge of the Wilson Pun ,,,
stand as a token of appreciation S...3Misses....... .... ..... \ Ii|
+ for the life and death of this honored I Ten minutes talks: voice will always be gladly was known ns an honorable, Industrious Shnford, Mallle Edith: Rowe, Adele Home.-:Lake City Gazette,
c young man who gave his life History Mrs. L. H. Hill of Leila and Charlotte! heard, citizen. Dinkins, Mary Edwards, Gene Edwards .

for his country. I Luwtey club.Resources. Call of Jasper spent last Friday He'll be at the destination The funeral was! held Monday I "", Anna Catherine Woolen ROLL ('\1.1. OF TIII; lau;
Circle number two met at the of Florida and es night with Misses Teresa and Lu- morning, from the residence of the I Clara May: Harley 'Mrglnla Brant-

home of Dr. and Mrs. J. P. Mack, pecially the things In which Flor- I clllo Bennett. No matter how high he alms to go, deceased, Uev. James T. Guy, of ley, Ruth Brantley, Alice Brantley, We are looking forward ,_

with Mrs. J. T. Guy leading the devotional ida excells other states-Mrs. W.Af !Miss Alma Lee spent laat Friday I The people will always love him, the Methodist church, assisted by I Belly Phillips, Mary Rivers, Patsy other year of service caring for

service, Mrs. W. B. Parks, Joplin or Mrs. Hugh Wilson of night; with Miss Hilda Sullivan. For they see he la careful to do Rev O. P. Raymond of the Baptist Lee'Roberls, Mildred Dinklns Ceo the sick and needy in our town\ ini

circle leader, conducting the busi- the Lake City club. Mrs. A. L. Sullivan were visiting II "Just so," church, conducted the service. Brown !Moore1, Alton Beck, Byron county. We are hoping our < 11-,

ness, and Miss Amelia Ray leading Woman's Club work of Florida relatives in ]Hampton last Friday He's as true as the sky above The 133 Psalm was read,.Down at I' Brantley and Billy Burney. zens will respond to the 19.in! ::, H,II
In the study LatinAmericanHomes. -Mrs. O. O. Williams, sectional Last Saturday afternoon the him.! the Cross and Jesus Lover of My The officers of the Woman's call as generously; as they did last 1

vice president, Green Cove Springs. Theressa Sandspurs boys and girls S. II. D. Soul I were softly sung. A long Club Including Mesdames J. T. year. We could not have oak, n

'", The society discussed plans for Special Music\ violin duet-Mrs.W. i met Brooker boys and girls; on -' procession of friends frotik Lawtey Moore .1. 0. Godwin, O. W. Rob- care of the many cases thai m--cidi. '

11 i making up a wardrobe for an or- H. Lee and Miss Clarissa Hampton basketball court The THE BREAD OF LIFE and Starke followed the body to erts and R. R. Thede, entertained attention had it not been for. r ih.>

phan, Katie Wood, aged 13, at the Knight accompanied by Mrs. L. O. Sandspur girls had not had any Dyal cemetery, where interment with: a delightful; luncheon Tues number of members enrolled w...,

Orphans Home at Benson Springs Rivers, pianist. practice since the first game this Breads and biscuits made from was made with Masonic honors day at 1 o'clock at the clubhouse wish to thank the different officials

The clothing for this little girl will General Discussion Why we being the second game since they self-risingflour contain more' of the for the members of the Club. The the doctors and all who' '">

be sent off Just before Thanksgiving as Individuals are In Florida today. were organized. But at the end essentials of rue balanced diet than "I cannot say, and I will not say clubhouse was made beautiful by kindly co-operated with the, chapter -

; ing Day. At both circle meetings Adjournment. of the first half the Sandnpurs had bread made of any other flour. That he Is dead. He Is Just away I quantities of ferns and cut flow- in helping those less forum

prayer was made especially for the the winning score of 42. By not This is ]proved, by a recent experiment With a cherry smile and a wave of ers. Seven tables were arrangedand ate. Following Is our memlpr-hi,,|.
revival services now In progress; at i.ivm: m<: :siois cia'it having practice to stand the gameto conducted! by the Nat lanai N the band a delicious plate lunch was for 1929. Let us all join to., .m, i;

the Methodist church. Three new finish at the end the score stood Soft Wheat Millers Association Ho has wandered Into an unknown -, served, consisting of boiled ham other year; we need your help 'i

members were welcomed to the So- Tho Llvre de Mole Club met 10-9 In favor of Brooker. Both tat Sixty diet per was cent of bread the!-experlnien-self-rising land." oyster scallop vegetable salad, hot Mrs..O. P. Raymond, sccrelan,! I
Thursday at the home of Mrs. Len- 'teams put up a good game. When rolls and butter and coffee Mrs. .
ciety, namely: Miss Florence Hour biscuits made with wnter, self- Among the' numerous' floral offerings -
thall Wyman. After a delightful girls ,was over the boys took Jo''. R. Carradlne two vocal Sarasota All American I
Wood, Mrs. A. L. Moore and Mrs. game rifting Hour biscuits made with ; were a beautiful piece from gave Thrill
W. T. McKlnnon. luncheon, there was an Informal possession of the court. Not hav- whole milk, joust bread mode with Lawtey Masonic Lodge; of which selections accompanied by Mrs. Store opened for business at trl i

Each hostess served dainty refreshments discussion of "Joseph and His ing enough players they called on water, yeast bread mode with Mr. Perkins was an officer; a hand Clifton Brown who gave a piano Main street near Orange avt>nu<
to their guests. Mem- Brethren" by II W. Freeman. girls to help out on both sides. A whole milk, commercial white some design from the faculty of solo after which the guests were Winter Park Cleaning entaillishment I

bers attending circle number one The hook to be discussed next short game was played for practiceand I bread, and< commercial whole wheut the Bradford County High Schoolof served with cream and cake. at 252 East Park avenu>,

were: Mesdames J. W White, A. month will be "Kristin Lavransdotter" the score was left In favor of broad.The Increase In of the Starke, where Mrs. Perkins! has "Fatty" ''''. W. Bryan has retired opened ladles tailoring! shop in j I 1

Wood, L. A. Davis, Wade Ken- by the Norwegian writer Brooker. It being 10-3. subjects used in the weight experiment taught for several years; a basketof from the mercantile business connection with business.

nedy, W. T. McKlnnon. W. }J. Mid- Sigrld Undset, who won the Nobel Mr. and Mrs.. Charles Forsythhad showed greatest with pelf-rlslns!! fern and large; dahlias from the and is now one of our most pro- Madison Suwannee River.

dleton, T. J. Alderman, J. H.IliUh prize for 1928. as their guests Sunday, Mr. flour biscuits inndo with whole Eastern: Star; and from the memobers gressive farmers. lie has already Press Association held meeting n,

A W. Anderson, F. H. and Mrs. Osmore from Green milk; second seif-rlsing Hour biscuits of the Starke Methodist picked 7 full ripe strawberries and cently.GREEN'S .

Long, P. J, Pierce, Thelma LeFile, DeLand The Sun, dally after Cove Springs.Mrs. made with water ; and on church, a basket' of dainty pink
II. A Weeks, Pearl Snyder, Misses noon newspaper, changed hands. Ruby McGruder: and baby down In the following, order: commercial i gladioli. I

Able Coburn and Kate: Struth Betty Jane of Hampton, visited white bread, yeast bread I Mr. Perkins Is survived by his j

Members attending circle number .SUCCESSFUL her mother and family, Mrs" W. made whole with wheat whole bread, milk. and commercial wife; three brothers: J. B. PerkIns
two were: Besides the hostess, i HOMEMAKING A Jones last Saturday bread nirule with WII ter. of Mt. Airy Ga.; Vance Perk- DAIRY
Mrs J, P. Mack Mesdames L. C. Mi', and !Mrs. W. T. Wallace visIted The balanced diet demand* three Ins, of Baldwin Ga. ; Fisher Perk-

Prescott. J. F, Colley, L. S. Ilutto, y Mr. and Mrs. W. A, Jones and main elements : the right hind of Ins of Ashevllle, N. C., and one

Kirby Smith, J. T. Guy, Hogan By GRACE VIAlt GRAY family Sunday afternoon.. I'rotelns'Itnmhltls A to 1 K, and sister, Mrs. Emma Braselton,. of 100 Percent
Smith, A. L. Moore, T. J. Griffin, Miss Agnes' Joyner is visitingher certain nilnernls.'...Of the minerals, Weatherford, Texas. Reported By
L. D. Green, N. T. Hitch, A. Z. Ad- BAKE AT HOME sister, Mrs. Clyde Hall and the following nine ,are necessary : Mrs. PerkIns' brother, B. A. Mc-
sodium, calcium+ phosphorus, sul
klna. W. 0. Halle, E. M. Johns, M. family. phur, Donald of Albany, Ga., was among
Raking at home Is potassium, 'lIIoglle lum, Iron,
n simple process Misses Eula and Clara Swindell InspectorFollowing
E. Edwards, Misses Amelia Ray, iodine anti chlorine. those out of town who attendedthe'
toilny compared to what It visited their sister, Mrs. Jake '
Fredrlka Struth and Florence used IIP. Three of them,1sodium, calcium funeral. -Atlanta Constitu-
Formerly n woman
Carteresson and family at Lake
Wood. hud to nietiRure out the Hour, the and phosphorus are IntroducedInto tion.
baking powder and the en: II. If she Geneva Sunday soft n heat by the millers nt inspection of this dairy by Mr. Smith.
i"r, BIUH. HHOWMKK HOSFKHS: : were lining. 1111(11IIIHI buttermilk she Mr. Kay Wlll'amson! of Bartow the time of milling. The resultant! Palmetto Palmetto Woman's state it
dairy inspector was given a rating of 100
TO W. M. H. would have to guess at the acidity U visiting his brother, !Mr. J. G. flour, 81-lf-rInlng !lour, therefore Club plan to start construction of ,
of the milk. Home days: her Ms- Williamson contains these three hnporhmttntot new home In near future to be percent, the inspector stating that the dairy was

The circles of the Baptist W. M. cults or cakes would be perfect' Mr. Jasper Bennett was a visi- ernl and agent;' for hone development located In southeast corner of in as good condition as any he had been in duriirr:
growth. In fur ,
S., met Monday afternoon at the while the next day they would) be tor Jasper last weekand 'was accompanied greater; proper Lamp Park, corner of Central and
far from piitiitnble.- There was too tlon than other (Hours In cummerlal his round. To users of dairy products this is important -
back his father G.
borne of Mrs. H. L. Brownlee. Mrs. by. <: use Pine streets.
O. W. Alderman, leader of circle honl much)('. Kuettvoik Today' nil guess In baking work: hUM at M. Bennett and Misses Leila and Starko Way Construction Co., and absolute cleanliness must be'observed

No. 3 had charge of the program. been taken out of baking by the Charlotte McCall.Mr. Gracevllle KIrland Live Stock completed curb and gutter work in every step to insure clean, wholesome milk.

; Plans were completed for send- appearance on the market of self- James Trlest end Mn and Company opened for business here. on Call, Orange and Bay streets. This dairy maintains its rating by observing
!Mrs. E. S. Sibley visitors to
ing a box of clothing at Thanksgiving .... were
i time to the Society's orphan, .-.... Starke Monday. every requirement of the state, running water

Ophelia Moreno, who fll in the Ar- Mi' L. C. Zeigler of Gainesville, lights, power, cement floors, screened bottling
Mr. 1{. R. Powell of Miami and
cadia Home. During the week of ,
and the constant
rooms, use one employe to keep
prayer In Deoember the missionary Mr. James Phillips were the dinner
' a' book Speed the Message; will be guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. J, Zeigler the dairy in A-l condition guaranteeing you a

f taught by Mrs. Gee C. White.At .' Sunday --=_- -- 1 d0 I wholesome product.GREEN'S.
the conclusion of the business 11L.. G. Sibley of Beach Park

and sewing, the hostess assisted .-.... and Mrs. John Granger were visit-

by her daughter Miss Mary An Up-Slde-Down Cake Make a ing !Mr. and Mrs. }J. S, Sibley Sun DAIRY

Brownlee, served tempting refresh Delicious .Dessert. day afternoon.
ments. i iTJJOH6 11and Mrs. R. M. Jersey and
present were: Mesdames rising flour. Self-rising.. (lour has son ''were visiting Mr. and:Mrs. J; STARKE FLOKlOA

S. 'L: Peek; J, II. Lord O. W. Alderman the Icnxenlng or baking powder tic- J, Zelgler; Sunday afternoon. ., .
I curntely proportioned' ( by weight,
G. H. Bennett, W. B. Mr. G. M. Bennett, Mr. Jasper
und has I tin right amount of suit
Mundy, Lucy Powell, J. M. Brown- for sen son In". Bennett and Miss Lucille Bennett .
lee, L. H. Kahr, G. H. Hundley. With "wlfrlslngur baking nt } --
W. L. Wall r_ p O0B00ti rllnllllU1IiIUiIlIlIl"IIM"unlnlnnlllllllulnl'llllIlllIIll, ,J ,"lIIlIlIllUIIIIIIIWIIIIHIIIIIIU1i1i11iiJ., , .ui-, '
Alice J. H.
Langford. home Is a grent Indoor spoil. It wet 0 0
Pitts, Jonas ilcox, Geo. C. White, is easy : It In reliable; It saves from ... } es l
and Miss Maude Mitchell. 25 to 40 per cent time In mixing GAIETYTHEATRE
biscuits and from 25; to CO per cent IJ !,

MISS!' AUKIINATIIY: HOHTKSS: In mixing cllkf'lI.I."tJI'UU.'I'IIIlWP. i I'
TO '. "". A. bilking nt home '""
makes the money go further. From J'7
lI'tuul statistics we know that ,,, or ji1
The Y. W. A. held Its regular
money goes fiom 20 to 40 per cent STARKE FLA. '
business meeting Friday eveningat further than If one buys bakery.
the home of Miss Inez Aber- good/ I t
nathy. Why not try nn Up-Side-Down
rake for dinner tonight? Here Is
The usual business was transacted -
the recipe for that unusually at- Nov. 18-19, Mon.-Tucs.
and plans made for a program triu'tl\ dessert Do You Value What
t meeting to be held at the churchon
Malta\ a cake butler of one egg "Children of the IUtz"with
Wednesday,evening, Nov. 27th. nt follows:
,1 At the conclusion of the business H cup butter U cup milk You Own ?
o the hostess and her mother, Mrs. H cup sugar 1H cups Belt.J Jack Mulhall II .
y, r M.\ Barefoot, served a delicious egg rising" (lour e
% tsp vanilla
salad course. Dorothy Mackaill
Cream the butter thoroughly

,n,. One Gill of, the a members bride-elect Miss, whose Mildred add until). sugar the;, granules and continue have dissolved to cream,, Comedy Lay On Mc- Of course you do I 1-And you would

marriage; to Mr. Jefferson Davis add, the unbeaten ngg; and boat until Duff" pay dearly to redeem it in case of loss.
.. .
Doyle, Jr., will be an event of the blended. Add the !Hour and milk -- .- - tfcl.7-29
20th Inst., not being able to be alternately I then the flavoring. -- Why not, then, protect itsi/c/en/7yinthe? /

present, all the members went to Fold the Hour In quickly and Nov. 21-22, Thurs.-Fri. first place with substantial insurance at Grandpop Took A
her home Immediately after the penny, handling ns little as pee.Si -
hit' "Someone to Love" a reasonably small l premium cost.
meeting! adjourned, and showered
From" tills. batter the Cp-Slde- Chance
her with many useful kitchen ar- Down cake is made this withCharles We
1 ticles. way : represent strong, dependable insurancecompanies'that -
Standard one egg H cup diced Rogers and
Those present were: Misses Cleo rake baiter ; pay losses promptly. In
pIneapple the olden days a man kept his
Shepard Blanche Alderman 1 cup brown ..a,1, cup raisins or Mary Brian
Eunice Perkins, Louise Hayes, gar date Comedy "The Fixer" You need our broad, dependable service valuables in an old trunk ten

Lena Belie Shepard, Laura Lee 4 lbsp butter 1 cup cherry ort north
cup nut. other pr paces by east of the blasted
Hemingway, Elizabeth Kendrlck. vrvee
Ethel Grtflln, Gwendolyn Launt Melt the butter in an Iron skillet ; Nov. 23, Saturday Harold C. Wall Rut today a safety depositbox

r Inez Abernathy, and Mrs. Gee C. add the sugar und stir until blended "Stairs of Sand" provides absolute security

t, "White. ; remove the skillet from the .. plus convenience at trifling cost.
.-. tire; spread the sugar and butter with
Tarpon Springs Green Gar- mixture In an even layer; then add Insurance
den Dining Room opened in remOdeled the fruits and nuts In layers; pour Wallace Beery and Bradford
A quarter. formerly occupied the butter on top and bake In a Chester Conklin Starke Florida County Z
slow -
by Ritz Restaurant.New oven about forty-five minutes.

Port Richey -- Meat and Loosen the cake from the edges, Comedy Hot Sparks Bradford
and turn out as quickly as possible 'II County's Financial Stronghold,
vegetable market opened in Pasco
after: taking It from oven

Wig's building Market formerly, occupied by cream.Serve with bard sauce or whipped I I Show Starts at 6:15 I .' .. STARKE,,FLA.r."G .. I

y -. .. ( '.ns.anmsmmawiw adtamsmwanw?_.nwrwaanaanna, .s.s." '....

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.....; '2Jz ""' -.",," . . _. '. y < 0"i "' n. 4 1 4 < .-.>,'_.,..,.. +i. ,iIo... t11Wrr ..I-,
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flpll >OVEMitEIt: 15. 102D- nu.\i>Fonn COUNTY TELICOR1l'li STAKKE; FLORIDA TI GEGE: FIVK 1
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-I p'. lit Monday: ; I : afternoon: ;- ; --in n-t.;;; and-' !Mrs\ W U.- Ennln ;;r. Tampa I .ons last! an agreement was ren"h-I THE USEFUL WAFFLE \1.\lU:' : ritOFIT 0V UAKDKV \'

j .\III'II..lln.; with Mr and Mrs. and Mr. and Mrs. Chus B Peeler, d whereby everyone was satisfied
Haynes Grant. When In doubt, hove waffles.The DeFuniak Springs: Fla. Ladle I
Mrs. S. C. Entenza and Mr Gary The body of tile iinfottumite ,
bnixl 4-11
Bits i Ingredients are staples' on Campbell, Walton County

0 Mrs. Brooks Knnls: all of Jacksonville. preacher was! kept from burial In every household and
Shipman -- while adoring church members the waffle run the course of break- 00 on her club''garden besides furnUhhiK -

daughter/ Mary Dot of Green Cove Mrs. C. P. Montgomery of Tampa hauled it from town to town holdIng fast lunch the Impromptu) ten party a family of ten with fresh

Springs were visitors here Wed has been of fUIIE'I'uls.for an entire week. dinner or supper There III no vegetables !Miss Eloise McGIK: '
appointed manager
toca: 'r.I-Ti S nesday. food more adaptable, none more"
-.... tho Western Union Office here tosucceed variable In Its use, none quickernnd homo demonstration agent suld

Mr and !Mrs P. I). Curtis of At- Miss Zelnm Slade who was TIIK: SIMTK TKM'IO" ensler of production t than. I the .

Concerning Our People, Business and lanta, Ga., spent the week-end with temporarily appointed to fill the waffle i\mi; : CI.OTII IIOTSK HUlL't'Vero
Mr. office. Mrs. Montgomery has been They both were nice\ old men The bn-nkfiixt wattle I III never -- .

Progress of the County and Town. Curtis'Mr. brother-in-law and sister charge since the llrst of the In a certain kind of way wauled. Oipuclty "reached, the batter i 1 Beach, Fla.-The Indian ;:t.
and Mrs.
W. Q. Halle.M. be in
that Is left can put away
month. They used' to chat across the fence River Fruit Growers, of Wabasso
the und used iig.iln nt
-------- .'. And pass the time of day. the have built a three acre l'lotl1l1hade
5'1.5 525252.r'' SZ52., and Mrs. B. Jacobs and lunch or at t the light supper' In '

gun ur25 5c5Mrs daughters. Rosalynd and MIriam .__._.____..___.! They told each other troubles- e'nlnnn.l./ still bolter, lit the tin house under which they will grow
Fies7r r shells at Klck- II '\ H. Hart and Miss Grace Miss Estelle Davis and Miss. Ruth } tJ' Their little hopes And fears promptu afternoon tea winter cucumbers, W. K.!: Evans, i

Wood spent last week-eud In Jack- Sternberg were In Gainesville around townThe I For they'd been next-door neighbors llreakfast waffles! are served county agent of Indian: River county -

sonville.Mr. Monday afternoon.Mrs. J' with butter and. sn!:nr, or buttot announced. ) I
ler"u For nearly twenty years. and. sirup, with bucim or with .
_._, ,_..
Sternberg spent .'------- ; and.
N. .tlll' likes
Mrs. depending! on
,,'! At night: they often had a game HIIUSIICP NOTII'II ':
afternoon in Jacksonville Wesley Stearns Mrs. N. B. O. L. BeILsIl'YIrs.! K.. S. mystery of it all is that Or two of "seven up," dislikes of the wufflo-fcd Cu wily. f,
dul Matthews and Mr. and Mrs. Hugh In the I
Hull and TluM-o are varieties even
Miss Alice Fernandez" women will go back to I the long Thou each would hot coffee repair shop next
M\ : alp I useful wutTlo. have opened a
were In Jacksonville ze of Amerlo.ua! Ga., were visitors breakfast liMe of the
Wednesday.List skirts that they loath simply be- from afternoon I to Stern's Garage can repair any j

Manning HIP
I1 Snpp of was allor to the Glen St. Mary Nurseries Fur lunch or Impromptu
lobo Saturday. Monday afternoon. cause a bunch\ of cloth manufac- Ills private .mustache cup. collation, jam or jelly or make of Vlctrola, and all kinds of

< II'' Starkq, your farm for winter cata turers got together; and sold they But then one started gardening, numimlade run lie used Instead of furniture, repaired and varnished I

logue. so it will appear: in every Mr. weren't selling: enough; materials.It's I Ho sowed a melon patch; butter, and for creamed chicken orsell Phone 42W. i
Seed n rape and oats. J. F. state In the Union. Slrout Agency, Thomas N. Busch fOl'estI'angel' The other took to raising hens food!, the wnfMp makes) / nn Ideal 11-15-tt. L G. Jlemlngwa

tklltei' corner Call and Court. here of North Carolina, arrived a good; break for the silkworms And how those birds would bane, lit supper'' t lillI'. Tho useful ._-_- .
Tuesday and will he \
perm- ch'cuulstance '
waffle U adaptable to any
spent Thursday anently located at the U. S For- though.; They've had to scratch! 1 ( or to taste. Delray Beach Board walk t
A Scott Mr. and Mrs II. any
F Warlick of constructed!; sponsored -
Mr( estry Olllpe.( work pretty hard for the last ten They got into the melon beds With (ll'lf.I".11I1l Hour< the successof pavilion being
jatKM"> ville- Gu, were: recent guests years keeping the feminine! leg In And ate up all\ the plants. the waffle batter Is never left by Kiwanis Club. .r ;

K. of Mr.\ and! Mrs. John Uglow. The Woman's Missionary! So- the public eye. Poor little things The two old men got angry and to clmncu. There li no waste. Self; Howey Construction of Modernly -
D. Knight
Col .,ni Mrs.! ciety of the Methodist church will they must be all tired out! They ran around like ants. rising Hour U economical of both equipped packing( house costing I, I
:flll IUHI' Friday In Jacksonville. Mrs.\ S. L. Peek, Miss Harriet meet The gardener got his old( shot gun time and expense as' ran readilybe $00,000 to $65,000 Hearing
next Monday afternoon, at
Onion Rltch and Miss Hazel Middleton! But on the other hand I there Is And .sold J. Frklltrl' three-thirty, at the church.( Business -
Cabbage! \ spent Wednesday In Jacksonville. and tho unemployment situation to He'd shoot the lint Hhoclo Island Waffles.I Work on Kant Coast Canal between -
program meeting. dip' nelf-rlHliiM :Z Itixp. melted tat
think about. A lot of little worms Red lour 2 eras' Miami Beach and Jacksonville -

of Greenville, List your farm for winter catalogue Mrs R. J. Davis and little 'are going: to lose their jobs. And That came across the fence. 1U\ cups milk :2 I tbxp sugar will be started by January
|II| M Snyder HO it will in
Mr( appear every
other did
daughters/ Ida Lula and Marjorie winter coming on too. say a word Directions 1st.
friends and relatives state
a flsitlng In the Union. Slrout Agency returned last Friday from Jack- But he wan full of gall\ Sift and measure Hour. I'.entjolks I Untie City Work on large I

Starke Sunday and Monday. corner Call and Court. sonville where they had been visiting Long skirts will be all right lie bought' a lot of strong cement with sugar: and fat. J\tltll community building\ In city park

-- !Mrs. Ida Tatum. with dud If mother makes them And built a high brick wall. milk.. Then mid Ilijuid to Hour and progressing rapidly.
le8sr. ,I E. Corpenlng and J. Mrs. R. J. Williams has returned out of the old-fashioned calico And so they never meet again! fold In cgR; white, beaten ntllT but Plant City }o'lemlRK'BflU! ..Y

Truby were attending to busi88 after spending two weeks In Dude Virginia To have a game of chess; not dry. Let bake In hot waffle opened! for business at 602 South
,laeksonvllle Friday. City with relatives.Mr Mini / Weeks left Sunday !Iron, from oue-luilf to one minute,
m for Ft. Lnuderdale. She will Alrlene, Alrmlss Alrebelle, Alr- Each longing for a nice long talk and turn Collinsllrot.t; to specialize In vjl it
-- --- be lyn and Alrbelh were mong the But neither will\ confess grinding raw materials Into feed ,
gone several weeks directing
J. K. Kicker -
all sizes. J. W.
Syrup i-ans P. and Mr. J. plays in that city and in several names suggested/ for the first baby They pass their lonely, dreary Fort Myers -- Park apartments, for all purposes.
Sapp of Lake Duller .
were business Automobile body ,
: almost days.Because !. Palmetto --
other south Florida towns to be born In a plane In fact -
visitors here Wednesday. formerly known as !Furen Homes, I In rear of ,, '
-- every conceivable( name be- of fortune's tricks, repair shop opened I I
Mrs B (II I Smith and Mrs. Irene I --- Shut off from converted Into modern 22-room building on Central a i
Mrs. C. H. McNulty aryl children ginning with air was suggested one another whitehead .
u'lls In Jackson-
\ spent Sunday Clevy Norman of Malone spent Mrs John Uglow, Miss Car- the most' noteable exveptlon being By A load of sand and brIcks hotel. st rent. 'j. {
the week-end with his Mr .
lie parents rie Uglow! and Mrs. lIIeNulty'amolhl'I' Airedale.We ----- -.-..... ----- __..._ _, ____ J_".:<''I
Mi and Mrs. J. M." '-Alvarez- spent and Mrs. Tobe Norman Mrs Larsen, were in
inlay and Monday in Tampa with List your farm for winter catalogue Gainesville Monday afternoon. hope this "alrbaby" Ideadoesn't f

'T and Mrs\ W P. Randall. so It Mill appear In every get a great hold on the i
Dr. and Mrs. H. M. Cook and Imagination of the American pub

Judge!: and Geo. Gardner -: state corner In Call the and Union.Court.Strout Agency, daughter; Ruth Murray and Mr. lic.: If It does mothers will soon M-C Specials Nov. 15-16 f

sere In Jacksonville Satur- James Crawley nil of Tampa were be trading their baby carriages in

I guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Bean- on parachutes.
W II Mr. and Mrs. Robt. }o'. Pemorest ..
ley Sunday. -""i
I were visiting; friends: in Jacksonville -
Then think of the child's future. -
Charlotte McCall of Jasper Tuesday.
Miss Miss Ethel t Stone who was on What chance would a boy have of SALT {WHITE
lent Thursday with Mr and Mrs.
: her way from Philadelphia Pa., to becoming president with an aero-
M 'Rae. Judge and Mrs A. V. of
: S < Long
her home In Miami was the guestof plane for a birthplace instead of Streak O' Lean
Gainesville, were visiting here BACON Pound 15c
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Hoover last the approved log cabin? What sat- Streak ()' Fat -
'cordon; and Queen Charlotte Sunday afternoon.Mr. ,
week. isfaction could possibly be derivedby
oslerv at the Quality Store. The 1
a self-made man in saying tohis
Ices are right.Mr and Mr*. Everett Crews of
!Miss tiitssle Mae Bennett stu : children while pointing sky 1
Law ley announced the birth of a Ocean SprayCranberry JVasllburffPancake Log Cabin r
ward, "Yes, kiddies, there Is where
Errol Alvarez is again able Hon last Thursday. Tallahassee '
your old daddy wan bornright 1
i be at work after suffering: with ---
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. H. over there where that buzzard Is Sauce Flour3pkgs.for25c SYRUPPintCan25c
sprained ankle for some time. Mr. T, n. Plnholster was a visitor : "
Bennett. She will be accompaniedby ( (lying now.
here from Itrooker Wednesday -
Miss! Elizabeth McCormIck.
Mi J. O Boyd spent the week- f
We heard an ,amusing story
id visiting relatives In Halnesil r No. 2 22c i.
Rev. and Mrs. Geo. H. Lowry about a funeral the other day. can -
and Tampa. Col. I). Knlghtjwag; a professional -
and Mrs. H, A. Clark left the first Perhaps stories about funerals
----- visitor to Gainesville Thura-
of the week for Crescent City shouldn't be amusing/ but here
Mi and airs Hiram Bell and day.
where they are attending the meetIng 'tis: A very prominent and beloved Fancy Firm
iHlldri'ti the week-end In ;
upent of the Synod Of Florida of the negro preacher died near Reddle
ross City Mr. and Mrs. Geo. C. Livingston Presbyterian church. They will several days ago. During his lifetime I I tl
wero visitors here from Tampa IRISH POTATOES 10 pounds 39c
Mi' -und Mrs. M. D.-Bumgarnernd Thursday.List return the latter part of the week. churches he throughout had filled the the surrounding pulpit of!- ,

Oliven Bumgarner spent Sun-
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rlgdon of country and such was his popularity
ay In Paintka with relatives. your farm for winter cata-
Jacksonville accompanied by Miss that all of them claimedthe
logue, HO It will appear In every Heinz Fancy Yellow Fresh Lot c
Eva Rigdon spent the week-end In honor of holding the funeral
Misses Mary and Madeline Frlgo rtate In the Union. Strout Agency,
Bradenton and Sarasota where services. It looked as if the bondsof

Tbursday.f Lawtey were visitors here corner Call and Court. they were guests of Mr. and Mrs. peace and brotherhood were to Mince Meat ONIONSPer Post Toasties3pkgc.for23c :

James David Romines. be severely strained as no church "
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Hitch, Miss
would relinquish Its claims. At
For the chIldren Red Goose Ethel Grim, Miss Madge Middle- .
Dr. and Mrs, B. S. Carroll
returned -
hoes For grown-ups, the Fried- ton and Miss Florence Matthews Sunday from Jacksonville Pound can 25c Pound 5c : "

'nan-Shelby, at the Quality Store. were in Jacksonville Monday.
where they attended the conven-

tion of the Florida State Dental STRAWBERRY
Mri Louis H. Hill of Lawtey The Parent-Teachers Association
{While RibbonCOMPOUND
Society In session there during the '
was visiting In Starke Tuesday of"moon will meet next Wednesday, the I

20th inst., at thrpe-tlhrty, at the past week. ACREAGE I I 'il

-- school audltoilum. LARD2 Pounds 25c f
Dr. and Mrs. B. S. Carroll, Dr Is on the Increase. Good ,
H H. McLendon and Miss Florence
Misses Olive and Amelia Ray lands and proper locationswill '
fNT A % Matthews attended the dinner
WORD had their guest, their brother,
( as
cost more. Have 3 forties -
dance given by the State Dental
New York Stale
L. C Ray, of Iledcllck, who returned Kellogg Fancy IcebergLETTUCE ,
Association in Jacksonville last to divide to suit; termsto
home Monday evening.:
COLUMNWANT Friday night. accommodate: those who '

| TO BUY Some good Curtis Mi, -and.; Mrs. J. S. Mulpas and .- wish, to buy and make pay- Fancy Celery Corn Flakes ::
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. ,
pecans and other choice varieties children, Joseph and Margaret the ; ih'u' .twnter! crop. I .

N. D. Wainwrlght. 11-1-tf Anne spent Sunday here with 1>r. I M RUtsts< --per-i. i tveOKxndyt6tti f fS!a:r": :;, C=S ="tM1".Tr't, of' real estate will

FOR SALEGood gentle work and Mrs Geo. Lowry. Best Purgative forgJL Increase 'with the demand. 2for25c 3 pkgs.}{ for 25c 2 Heads for- 25cDel

horse Hound and solid $45 cash Mr. and Mrs Harvey Long of You may rent cheaply today 0

Nat Williams Starke. 11-8-21 Jacksonville were visiting Mrs --but tomorrow the price
Long's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. Del Monte Country I Tory llrand Monte
nay be out of your range and
fOR SALE' OR RENr=My home\ M. Edwards Wednesday.Dr. .

In Starke, 7 room and bath, W. you will wake up on the Glcntlcman CornNo.2size17c ; CURRANTSHoz.Box Peas '

W f Bryan Lawtey. 11-8-21 James Chase of Jacksonville, property of another. i Midget

Is the guest of his son-in-law and ,

fiRlt'LACES and chimneys built daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hoover. r : I '

anll repaired; concrete andbrk C:.;.";,er-r.!:.3:;!:.!: ";. VL G. M. Inman! I I 15c No. 2 can 25c Tkl
work of all kinds. Miller ....."... -
Judo Box 212 Starke. tt' Congressman li. A. Green spent Relieves .' >
Wednesday (1.11 Tallahassee -1 Starke Fla.
Tuesday ,
FOrIIKNT; Eight room house, attending the airport celebration the congestion, reduces complications I .

WI'I'', ill modern conveniences, : In the tupltal.c.ty: hastens recovery. :

Partly furnished W. Call MC STORR :1 ;
on -- -- :
Inez Moltt. Starke It. Mr, and Mrs. I'. M Barefoot I

were called to Tampa Wednesdayby

I\'AN'j'l'D' death of Mrs. Barefoot's :e
at once the

"H Christmas- Salespeople card Sendf brother, Jacob U. Lee Surrency.. : Bargain StoreI WHERE SATISFACTION IS A CERTAINTY id -

(,, (ample book Florida" -- 5

Eva and eon, Lacy, were I .

! 0 Waket:' Mr and Mrs. A. G. Brown In Gra- I I Fa-eOe feoS,---------.---- .--- -------___._,___-..

r abbage plants from ham Wednesday afternoon. ; continue. its cut price sale one week I II ni

d. $1 per 1,000. Rutabaga I, longer.
I Marl: Clapp of Wahlngton.I
and collard plants, $1 per Mr I
1 .\. P. Schnell It. ). C who Is at the head of for-
? Women's felt hats $1.50 $2.00 I
_ research work was In Starke ,

|fOi'' "ALE Stevens .: deal" estry Wednesday. $:;.00 and $?.75 values _.. 98c I tr

rifle 22-cal.. most nc1 of House Dresses _. ___ _____ 98c

,, 1 ll I. made weighs\ 7 Ibs. Good Mr. and Mrs. W. H.spending Stevenson several Silk Hose --. .- ________ ,/9c
w, Fifteen dollars. Box Pittsburgh, Pa.
.'" I ';'arke. Its weeks at their country borne, One lot men's shirts $2.50_ 98c I I

'AV1ED -- Small farm, some the Rising Pecan Farm-. So long as they last. If, they fade or shrink I rte,

N. T. L. Wyman. them back and "
uipment and growing crops !Messrs. H. Coulter bring get new ones. Guaranteed j

medium payment down. 6 per Paul Rudolph and Forestry C. Fair In full cut fast colors. 'l<

tent balance. T-8-Telegraph. attended the State I DeWITT !,',
11-15-21 Lake City thIs week. You can buy at the Bargain store for the C JONES '.

- Harold and whole for less I i
FR Mr. and Mrs. J. W. family money.
SALE--2 :year old grafted Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Mc- HARDWARE
1 roses baby and
field grown. Peach pecan visitors to

and Satsuma orange tree, also Rae and Sunday.Dr. children. were Get the habit of trading here Rest of Quality-Lowtest of Price 1 :

ornamental shrubs. We carry! Waldo

.a'.faIl Brownlee_line of Bros.Bradley': Ferttllz-11.1-tt.M O. L. Haynes and family ...-n-------_ :-- -. ----; ..... 1 ..... _._ .... ... _'_J_ _.__ ,_, LH... _,_ _._,_ _ _-_ _-..;

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'" "'" be out In cloan eanhcjiw<'
.. .. put
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vessels set upon platforms and

Farmers and p, How to protected to the fowls( cannot get -= ,
Farming !
RaisePoultry Into it with their feet. Let them F mat

drink all of it they will if you tiave
(lly Agricultural Editor) A
I It. If you feed plenty of milk _

., .
have to reduce amount
-- -- - By Dr. L. D. LcCcur, V.S. you may

Farmers and Truckers Are Invited to Contribute Ar- St. Louis, Mo.Pr. of protein In the mash as bowel
.LvGear Is e f m J taate..(thn OnnrtoVsierlnarf
ticles of Farm Experiences and Methods FoundTo ColleKo 1892. 'I hlrty..l.v. ( U trouble Is likely to occur.
......of vetertnjirv pni.ic) .on dh_.... Water Is, of course, as necessary
Be Best Suited to Our Country of U.. tock end poultry Ilininenc'
authort.lion poultry nj tech r.11 nit* :in'winter ua at any other time. It ,
-- I known poultry breeder. must never be forgotten that eggs
.. --- -- ---- NoteJ author and lecturer I II II
I' ._h_ _m _ .J are 65 per cent water and that un-

I-H CM'Il y11JIlilsit: : 4 .-- ---.. -- less hens have a plentiful supply
Clean Up Pecan or UNION 'or.vrv; Article NL of good clean water at all times

1IOM .\\N l"\I FA lit \\'11.1.1'111I.Y: IN they cannot be good( layers. Extra
Grove Now And .---- ('(JU' DKCKMBKK, precautions should be taken during
TIIKY ))II) IX :MAY weather the I
Luke Butler, Flu.-Tlie 4-H freezing to keep
Kill Many Pests Club drinking fountains free from Ice.
boys and gills of Union coun- Tho ,lss vcr In ""'<-H, .U'ltli l'roll'I' 1 Either give the fowls warm water I
ty held their I third annual ,,-It :
II '
dirt; and < minii>n-H 'iist> I'V 1Inw 1- intervals
r ,
at frequent or arrangeto
Gainesville, Fla-All broken or Club Members, Fair at the Lake
fuller ,;, tltl''llIt<'I' Months: Tan lIe heat the water in some way. .
It dead: pecan twigs and( all mum- 2, consolidated school Nov. (oml 1'' u .MonlliH." Liuk Is a Unity of exercise\ especially'

filed nuts, husks, or leaves should LCM 1 in 1MII'I| ) tint Factor Than necessary for winter eggs' produc- ..
f be knocked off the trees, and !'om1 The fair was the climax to theyear's .M iny Poultry HulHcrH InjaKliio.; tion. If hens cannot roam the i
let ply turned under or burned as (corn poultry, and! hog raisIng -
1 do In their I
range as they summer,
BOOH as possible, In the belief of contests held under the supervision Tho famcAis' painter, Whistler scratch food should[ be given In a : I
of L. TV Dyer
culturists I
entomologists and pecan ; was once asked how he mixed his way that will make I them exerciseto ''
t agent. Fifty club members turned tilt n ., i
ot the Florida Exper'ment Station. t -
I in paints to get such unusual effects. get it. Feed grains rather
'! ;+' This refuse will serve as a harbor complete records. Thirty-two With niece truth than good\ manners I, lightly in the morning so the fowls I
hogs, C pens of poultry and 1(1t.vhlb'ts (
t for sliuckworms. glrdlers, lie retorted curtly. ""With I will bo quite hungry |In the eve
scab which may partly destroynext of corn were judged; at brains, sr: with bruins! The same ning. Then scatter their grain In
t the fair.[ 1
t year's crop unless It In properly Ingredient might very profitably good clean deep litter and they
Might scholarships to the
disposed of, t they say. Boys'Short be incorporated) Into the poultry will have to exercise( :! to get It. This
According; to J. It. Watson entomologist Course at the University of feed of those who are frequently method of feeding will also compel -
the beetle that does all Florida, and cash awards amounting j
heard to complain bitterly because ) the lifiis" to cat more mash

( the tile bark Klrdllng near lays the her end eggs of the'beneath twigs. winners.Hugh to; .$5J.-10 Dukes were given to the their Instead hens of laying"lie down eggs on I In the the job"nest which as they the do grain.not like In nearly this way HOwell 'i'uiH/'ryf tI I I! I I I !Illi iIl'i'' L.i ilili I, 1111'!!!I i !II'llllllll'! ,!II!Ii'IIII"'IIIliii'I'IIIP! '!,! !1'!, I!! !!'' !!!1I! !!I II'!' "I Ihll"' llIIIII) jJ J

president of I the i I
I. She then girdles the branch It IA ,
when winter comes, Good luck hasa they are not only Induced to take ,/ i iI
locul club, scored 96 per cenlf to e J N I N
soon iliopn to the ground, and the !
( habit of abiding[ with the man sufficient exercise, but lare also III *
In the dead win In the corn coni est. On one '' iL
hatch and thrive i *
eggs who studies the of of < *
requirements persuaded to partake a more P Y .
I IUTO lie produced 87 -2 bushels
$ at
wood. Tliey make llltlo growth In doing "1oJ I S
its flock nothing without evenly balanced diet. Incidentally -'P'r.ve.4r
t but In a cost of $21.80, 'and a profit of I r
the winter grow rapidly he does 'I hens should be permittedto .
( knowing definitely why so never roc -- ill
$62.45. i
the spring. Hickory aDd persimmon Hugh usedVhatley's Y mY IB -
and what results to expect. Firstof go to roost hungry. See that e
Prolific, and applied, 300 pounds 4 dS
Ilk trees are affected and cleanup all, he will learn the nature of their crops: are always! well filledat v e: n .a ?0 ?
G of a 5-8-fi; fertilizer when planting
should Include them.
't measures different feeds and what they con- night. Proper housing, culling,
Australian pines are girdled but I and. 200 'pounds of nitrate of sodaat tribute to egg production of the sanitation, protection from para- ( i III (i p pCJ I
eggs are not layed on the twigs, ; a s'dedressjng.Milton lt JJ I I
Dnkesi; upkeep of the fowl's own body. sites and. above all, proper feeding il1'1// { v /.w7a roam ?
ho said. a cousin to Hugh, IIII II
The flock should be ,approximately are necessary elements In suc- I,} I II ..
Scab Is carried over winter on wntca close) second In the contest. I Ir. /
one-half well developed early cosbful winter egg production.
I f hrar'uwnP
Ho produced 87.2 bushels for I
the hush leaves, and mummied a
hatched pullets, and the balance
nuts, (according; to G. H. Blackmon, profit of $54.16 on one acre.
hens that have beau culled
pecan\ ctilturlst. A good cleanup The record turned In by Lena and late molters. closely I Florida County -'
program followed by carefully Bennett showed( a net profit of
A balanced ration III desirableat 1I
planned spraying will keep the $187.13 on 68! laying hens; a profit all times but never more so Agent Wins On rr ruwrr/
scab under control, he said per bird of $3.17.
than the winter months.
I The Bhiickworm paRses the win- 'Ihft yenr'n record of Kennle during Soil
Program '
Then natural forage foods, bugs
ter In tho pupa or resting stage lathe Douglass, in the pig contest, showed .....".....j,
i past season's shucks, but If the o profit of $116.37. Iennle worms and green foods are no ... III II -1

shucks are turned under they are has 12 hogs of his own now. longer available except: In warm Altimc.tcr; Hn One of the Best Soil 2 rLCiOg ..........."........I.J. ....it...I.-.Ll......,.. ..l..-tl.....t0.. !lul......,.........r....,....ll.l
tllmates the lack must be made
unable to and work their ImI!provena! 'at Plans I.iI'llltfNl
& emerge THE: DOVSNOWHY HOUSt.: -
TIIK up In mashes and scratch grains. : !t. J
SI t 1114't
through the soil, stated !II K.
way The natural warmth of the sun is TIII2' 1UI'HX-'l'ln: : Is low lying, the sweep of the roof Ing.
Bratley, assistant entomologist. .
I If a cover crop Is on the land it'' Roselle, "Jelly" okra, is an an- also seriously: diminished and must Sebring, Fla-Louls II. Alsmeyer DOMINO: brags It into a sort of good fel Exposure: The plans! at ihown
ual that ban' been tented sufficiently be supplied by extra feedings of of Highlands lowship with the ground, and we
will have served its purpose by county aro for a lot facing south ,DI west I
I heat producing grains especially awarded (By Duncanhunter Architect, aro not yet quite as modern that
February, and If turned under, to indicate Its value and to warrant county Florida, was a
For a lot facing north 01 "ast( '!lie]
Mark this well that New York. houses do feel better
t then, the following year's damage I more extended cultivation'! In .corn. point trip\ to the annual meeting; of the ) our not on a
} tho warmer sections of Florida Nature must supply the necessary American Society of Agronomy in Why the Modern? Why not? foundation a. tie with the ground. plans should be reversed
should still be lessened stated Mr.
House frontage 46 feel eidt
t The plant Is a vigorous grower and body warmth from within. Chicago; November 14-15 In recognition Why the antique? The living room has a high ceiling -
Bratley. -
I bears abundantly.! The .stems are Green foods are vory necessary of the Improvement pro- Simply because a certain thing with expansive window In clearance, left 2 feet, right to feet |
If the shot-hole borer Is attackIng
the trees Mr. Watson reddish\ in color> and branch pro because they supply those Indispensable gram he planned and helped to has been done for years does not one end and the fire place and balcony lot frontage, minimum 68 feel

washing the base with a whitewash suggests fusely. The blossom fades within\ Vitamins and! D. I'art carry out for his county. Fourteen means that It must continue In In the. other This[ room also Construction : } of the hen's Vitamin A require definitely.! Since we are are told serves for dining.: side walls covered with zpnlth-
liQuid The trees should be kept one day and the calyces, which are such awards were given to county "
p healt'iy!, end It the borers kill a the edible portion, are randy for ments may be supplied byfeedliig, [ agents from all parts of the United there Is nothing )permanent, but The scheme: Cellar (under liv- erms. Root, tile; foundation

tree !It should be burned before picking about (bra e weeks lifter the yellow corn In the scratch grains, States by the 'National Fertilizer change our present status in house ing and kitchen) laundry heater concrete; windows, aluminum
bloom appears.. These are open but unit) enough. The necessary Association design seems in need of change In and general space, cold room. casement in special arrangement
they have time to out.
1 There It another come borer that Pod!, much smaller than the ordinary additional: supply may be providedby Mr. Alsmeyer believes that the' order that It may be more permanent First floor: Kntrance; vestibule with Integral screens, dom, wllodto
okra means of sprouted oats, green but suppose\ we forget the with lavatory and coat closet, living special details
f makes a hole about the size of a : bright red In color, and soli is the bas's of successful pro-
lead pencil. Mr. Watson said dip containing a very pleasing and refreshing food, or yellow carrots, !it they are duction, and that.growers should rules and regulations, shelve the room, kitchen, breakfast alcove Interiors: Floors. iinoi' IIU;
ac'd. In fact, chemical available, or from cod liver oil. I think more about improving the copy books and deslga a house as two bed rooms, bath, closets wallu, plaster in special moulded'' '!I<< I
a little cotton in carbon dl-
niVlphlde and pack it Into the hole analysts shown the roselle to be prefer the green stuff, however, as physical condition of their soil: a house to live In? What then? and motor room. texture; ceilings, plast< > cab, |

k ). then cover the hole with paraffin I very similar In composition to thernnberry the hens find It much more appetizing When ho became county agent of Logis would say that It should bea Second floor: Maid'a 1 room and cornices; kitchen, romnomtni
tile; bath rooms, '.It' in*.
than substitutes I have "KO. bath, storage composn
the like. < the most Important-dif- Highlands: county in 1926 he space.
soap or feience being that the cranberry ever tried. realized that the need for adequatecover "Tho Domino" as a house for a Ceiling heights: Cellar, seven steam heat, gas and elu ,II '-

AVIUT l-'AltM: I'fUKUlAM: contains[ benzoic acid and the roe Vitamin D Is the mysterious crops and fertilizers, the small family, with a. car and pei-.; feet; first floor, eight feet: six: inches ing. Cublture, 25,850 cu n t

ello does not. The roselle practically agency which enables a hen to proper, results from fertilizers, and haps a servant, offers logical living ; second floor eight feet. Llv- Complete working plant met
Gainesville, Fla. The farmJlrogl' takes the place ot the cranberry manufacture egg shell from the lowering ,the cost of citrus pro quarters. From the outside it 'IIK: room has a fourteen foot ('ellJo'HIEHS of this house art available -!

m for VVHUF, the state owned and a few b\inlies of (bin ornamental oyster shelf provided for that pur- duction were hi 1 s outstanding. for a nominal sum Address
This essential vitamin[ is : PLAN LKUCMKSMarlanna ; : = the building editor and rofe' to
radio: station here, for the and useful plant should be pose. problems.
week beginning November 16, has found. growing In every South stored In the>bodlea of hens when The improvement program has KUUAL COMMON: : SENSE house 11103.

just been announced by the Flor- Florida garden for making jelly! exposed to direct sunlight. They faced both the Florida boom and lly I Spuds Johnson Fla. Over 25,000 .:.._,-------,--
ida, Agricultural I'JxtensonSer[ I jam, and "ade." should he allowed to run out the Mediterranean fruIt fly, but pounds of winter: legume cover

,i ? vice. It will'be given from 1 to Many consider the jelly equal to therefore, whenever the weatjier in spite: of the Interruptions Mr. ', crop seed have been planted in it with Flowers I '
Vitamin D Is also lift Tho ( 1111."en Have Homo Time Say
i 1:30 Eastern Standard Time each that of guava or currant. Labeledus Alsmeyer states that over 55 percent Jackson county this fall, Sam II.
j week day. "Queensland Jelly," It Is ship found In green' vegetable matter of tile growers In the county To Play fiidlstm-bc
,'k Th. program follows: "ped from Australia to all parts of that has been exposed: to direct planted leguminous cover crops In -- -. nounced.
Nov. 16 Agricultural news Europe sunlight, and in cod liver oil. Since 1929, and.practically all the remainder I imagine that if many of us will Flowers For All

review- -Florida Agricultural Ex- In Hawaii, where considerable the former is not always obtain-I planted some good non- refer) to our own experience duringour L.1RC1fLAY: CHOP HAItYKSTKU:
tension Service. experimental work has been done able in sufficient quantities, leguminous cover crops Growers youhger days, we will agree OccasionsGERTRUDE

? Nov. 18-The Bee Colony-U.E. with the roselle Jellies made from bo advisable to include from 1-2 report that they are not only reducing that children are all-too-well not Jasper, Fla. Farmers In Hamilton ..._,------,-,_...

Foster, apiary inspector for the the calyces and from whole fruit to 1 per cent cod liver oil 'In the. cultivation cost, but that I allowed to have some time of their county have just finished

Stato Plant Board. wer compared for taste and con- winter ration. they are getting more benefits own-to work or play as they see harvesting an extra: large hay crop, CODI5EY

Nov. 18! Chat to Livestock sistency. It was Impossible tq detect During the summer, the grain from commercial fertilizers, as the' fit and undisturbed. If it is not J. J, Sechrest county agent.. an ANDERSON: I

Farmers from U. S. Department of any difference1' and since the ration may be reduced. As winter soil contains more .humus and. nlyways "Johnnie, do this." or : nounced.

) Agriculture.Nov. separation of calyces and seed podIs (comes: on, however, the proportion beneficial bacteria Mary, go get that" just aa the 0 I Phone 39 Waldo, Fla I
20 Methods of Home u father tedious process, the operation ) ot grain should be gradually In- child gets settled down to doing I Jo'lt'EHIIX'r: : INFORMA ..'---,--,--,--,-_.)

Curing Pork .....: Dr. A. I<. Shealy, seems a needless: waste of ll nil that they should predominate :MANY UKIlimACDOCS; ; something in which It is interested TIONJacksonville
''i head of the! Animal: Husbandry Division 1- time. When making sauce however creased. Grains are the fat and FLOWKKIVO 1'KANTS the child will be more willing to --

Florida. Experiment! Station It :s necessary to remove seed heat producing foods so It Is nat- OAN III'! HTAItTKI NOW help when the play hour Is over. Fla. Interest In COFFINS & CASKETSAnd

po'|n, and a 100 to 12-mlnute gentle during the winter. The mash -- Children appreciate having time the dairy and poultry industry In

Nov. 21 -- Primer for Town boiling gives a tender product. which contains the protein elements Gainesville, Fla November when there are no lessons to do, Duval county la being! constantly'! u Full Mm' of

Farmers from U. S. Department Sweeten to taste, and allow sauce such as meat scraps for | la till-month when many herbaceous no errands to run, and hobody to manifested by demands for information Undertakers' Supplies

of Agriculture. to come again to boiling point In making egg yolks should remain flowering plants should be nag at them. The boys and girls stated W. L. Watson,

Nov. 22--Bulbous Flowering order for( sugar to be completely[ constant throughout the year. [planted( In Florida, according to should )Have' a definite amount of county 'agent. Al'TOMOIIILK: : Iii-:..lR4E.tlens :

Plants for the Home Oardt.'n-l\Ia- dissolved. A good winder ration Is as fol- C. A. Bass assistant! nursery Inspector ;i time each lay as their own, which .- on IIn..... The hart

jor( W. L. Floyd, professor of hor The roselle makes a beautiful, lows, or buy ready mixed[ commercial of the State Plant I the older people should respect as i I In calf production the Influenceof "rrtle nt the Ion rut prier"'

tlcullure,. Florida College of Agriculture sparkling red jelly of a very tender scratch and mash feeds: He believes that every noard'i much as the children are required a good bull Is of major importance Spvflnl attention to trleornph

? (lox!\\1re. The jellying point seems !Scratch I.'('<'d! Florida civn have ]flowering plants to respect the tame: of the grown- order,

l _A -, .-? -_,___, to be easily lost by over-cooking. Yellow corn (shelled or in bloom every month In the year.'' upx.i a'_ usnls'ri lei U Bent: L nn

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promptly from the first Oats wheat, kafflr, or milo CO Ibs. should be planted now as: Verbena and inclinations the children fruit to b* handled this season "" '.\111
tFunlak: Springs Fla. Lu when the jellying point has been Mnsli Zinnia, Asters, Snapdragon during; this free time as well through new packing plant just!

clue Campbell Walton County 4-H reached. It Is very necessary, Bran ________________ 100 Ibs. Pansies, Sweet peas, Calendula, as at other times, It will often be built here.

club girl, reported a profit of 62. also, that the calyces be picket as Shorts _.______._________ 100 Ibs. Marguerite Carnations, Larkspurs possible to determine the things .- -

00 on her club garden besides furnishing as noon as they are full grown, Yellow cornmeal ____..__ 100 Ibs. Dlanthus, and Scarlet sage Silvia. that each child is Interested in,

a family of ten with fresh In order to get full benefit of Heavy ground oats ____ 100 Ibs. They should be sown In the seedbed and help to direct them into the ::

vegetables, Miss Eloise McOlff[ flavor and jellying property, as Meat scraps ___ _______ 100 Ibs. and later transplanted Mr. right vocations in }later life. The We can charge your LII

home demonstration agent, said well as to extend the roselle season Salt _______ ..____________ 6 Ibs. Bass said, From this list blooms question of finding the right kind YES 8

-*- from November to well Into February The above ration should be supplemented can be had! from January to July, of life work Is often a very troub- STORAGE BATTERY (In 1111W'Smith's ,

k'4. iAiuii ri.oni, iiiu'HK: BUILT provided of course, there by plenty of green food he believes. lesome one confronting a boy or

4 -- are no frosts.A such as sprouted oats, creen pas- Ho also given a'Vst: of plants girl just entering young manhoodor

Vero Beach Fla. -The Indian delicious fruit drink may be ture, cabbage, mangel wurzfl, that may be sown thinly In the young womanhood, and obser-

't River Fruit Growers, of Wabasso made from roselle' juice, especially ,grit, oyster shell, and clean freshwater seodbed, covered about a half-inch vant parents can often be a great *
have built a three acre cloth shade when used with any of the effervescing It green food is. not available )- deep, and not transplanted. Most help. Faa7I1JL'BERRYPLI1NTSOFQUI1L77fl

1' house under which they will grow waters In California the mix -10 pounds of a good of the flowers will bloom in late Parents should make a point of Garage
winter cucumbers W. E. Evans roselle Is called the "lemonadebush. grade of alfalfa leaf meal with the winter And early spring. They Interesting the child [In occupa-

county agent of Indian[ River coun- ." above mash. are Petunia. Cosmos, Galllardla, tions that suit his age and exper- -

1 4r, announced ----.---- /"If you want a home mixed mash, Marigolds, Nasturtiums, Phlox, ience, rather than watching every 1':>
-. IMjA.V C'CHIIUXiT1'XIIlIUT: : be careful and buy Ingredients ofI Seablosa, Sweet Sulton. Cockscomb move for fear he will do something

h BUY HKVKS: PCHKIHIKU: : IH'M.H the very best quality only, and see Calliope Candytuft, and wrong. Suggesting! to the child

y Marlanna, Fla. Twenty-four that they are thoroughly mixed. If I j Sweet Alyssum. that it do the right thing rather

't, Tallahassee, Fla. Seven purebred community ,agricultural 'exhibitswere you cannot do this, you had betted\ Some of the bulbs that shouldbe than that it do not the wrong thing For fifty years we have grown and sold the best strawberry (c n;

bulls were bought by farmers organized In Jackson county buy a good commercial planted In November are Amaryllis should be the case more often. plants grown. See our agents and get your order c Gin ;

l i la Leon county during October, in tor the Marlanna[ Satsuma Festival use the grains grown on the farm/ Gladiola, Cannas Iris Caladium with them or mall direct same to me. Plant crop I Is

co-operation with O. C. Hodge, Miss Mary Sue Wlgley home or buy commercial scratch grain. I Tuberose Easter Lilies, FORM: DUPIXGSSOCJTIOX short this season every place so we advise you to get or

4 county agent demonstration agent, announced.. Commercial ready mixed feeds FeJ! and Narcissi. der In early and make sure of your wants. (n

Y -.- -. mado by epert ml 11 men and although \ Spade the soil la the seedbed to Bunnell. Fla. Farmers in My agents are NVD. Walnwrlgbt, Jr., V. t\ Flume, and 0:

j.wm\s: ," LOOIUMJ KIM-: Good potatoes never grow from they may cost more, they ) .a-, depth of about 10 Inches, and Flagler county, co-operating withL. J. M. Jlrownl_, Priced good Mlnsloimry... from YOIIDIC

poor seed. I usually pay. mix In plenty of good rotten compost T. Nelland, county agent are beds, JO )() to 0000 $3. Over 5OOO, $::1,73, f. o. b. hei-
Kisslmmee[ Fla -- Gardens !in Milk, either sweet or sour, or or some commercial fertilizer forming local group associationsand

Osceola county are looking One Clean ground I h. the most Impor- fresh buttermilk is one of the best said Mr. DaIs: He also suggested dipping their cattle In advance J. A. BAUER

p now, reports Miss[ Albina[ Smith, ant Item In raalnc chicks: success poultry foods. It will greatly aid that the bed be watered of the government tick eradication LOCK BOX 38 .n.'JSOSI.RI-

home demonstration agent. fully. winter egg production. It should freely"and often. campaign. c


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21 I r dltlons at and under which the' him and gav. him bile entire confidence 1 I II G------ --- -
=:==. Huki of Wellington and the old I i I Charms cf Old Quebec Endure ihc Ycc.r Round :

I"f: a I man wnnlrt not bt considered lie( wan brave in ad\ersltv humble ;

: (''uiuil at I leant in social rlghta. -6 .III'
f:; v- I A In Prosperity and cared butllttte ,t.,___ .
I 'nl1lnwutalor( says "For our
for I this world's Rood! r
I 1 ixupoHii! ) we may I think of a race as j '

I-il;, -is'a lamp unto my (feet, and a light unto my path.-Psalm 119105.: 1 .1 groUp of people having in a gen- Ills love for his fellowman was .- .",

| frnl wto certain common charnc- something beautiful to see. He

...1':lflrt1ltIlf' 3llSllG All reHKous! teaching, doctrine t tcrihtlcH i of color, (culture socialstandards talked pleasantly with his diggersof

I t.fllllirWU creediftherare to have any claimthe language and religion." ditches and men: of big! estate;
loyalty and devotion of the people must be in with
love harmony
Of Christians of wealth had Influenceover
jan into 'nurse one race poverty or no
IT.tMchines of Jesus the Christ whose words fit every fold and crevice
Bthe; and of whom it was said in Johr 7:46: "NEVER MAN should act toward people of other his friendship.: They were
RAKE heartl 18 MAN." races: an Christ would have them men and brothers all. "
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'- act. The difficulty comes In lie never spoke of his mother ; :

, ,How; I"S the Gtmyrl Seed I Cornel'ii the Gentile and'to Paul knowing! just what Christ would but what his voice grew soft and

,, the Hebrew. have us do. In Deut 7: 1-3. Joh- his eyes misty. I ; ,

Whal did Jesus say about little Then common honesty and Justice eua 21: and other parts of the He never spoke harshly to a I :

i Wrn) Answer read-Matt. 19: teach us that all) persons Scripture Ood forbade the mlng- child kicked a dog, or turned a i

I should' respect obey and be pro- linK or marriage of the Hebrews deaf ear to the cry of the poor In ,I /

IM,* 8-11. Jesus said: The tected by the law of the land. The with other nations. And In Ezra: all his life. lie had an abiding ,t i .ff.swv..s- .- -pt. -

Lnkl') J life liberty and property of every 10, that prophet caused the Isra- faith I In God and lixed! up to the' -

I""cd l In the word of God. Individual should bo equally pro I FLea who had married wives from golden rule. $ 'w
field Is the
: j Matthew 13-438. tecte(!. The American Constitution other nations to send them away. lie desired' peace' above all

: recognizes that principle. When Jesus sent out the twelve things. The 133 Paulm was his
] .. Command But what Is.' the Christian requirement dlftulples to preach ( Mal t. 10)) he favoilto chapter In the Bible. lie

)Iark 13-10. Jesus said: The as to nodal equality of said "Go not. Into-the woof the often quoted" Behold how sweet

! ') mllMt first be published( all Individuals casts and races Including Gentiles nnd Into any city of the and pleasant It U for brethren to

I Inong all nations. of (course the Intermingling Samaritans enter ye not: But RO dwell together In unity."

I 1 TIic Ihll'VI.'MtM"u".1 and association of Individuals, to the lost sheep of the house of The Bible was his! favorite

I Matthew 13-8. But others tell young and old of all nations and( laarel." book Dawn at the Cross", was tht ltIte 1 '1' w : .,

I to coed( ground, and brought classes? An extreme but necessary But CIi list's last command( was hli favorite song lie often t

: jin (mill some an hundredfold and reasonable consequence of to go to all nations, teaching them whistled or sang that song while

. I,mi .i\iv-fold, some thirtyfold.I this "Social equality" would be all his commandments.As he wall dressing In the morning.;

t 1 PraY'' L,rd' my soul tolloweth) i Inter-marriages between the Caus- a whole the Scriptures) teach "Lady of the Lake", wan his fav-

i ,Ird af"1 Thee: Thy right' hand I caalan and Mongolian; Jew and I that all followers of Cod and orite poem. Shakespeare' was his

I j.lioldeihme,': Gentile: I the white: and the black I Christ are equal before God and favorite poet. Florida was his

I I races. It Is easier to consider and should be equal among; themselves. favorlto state. Bradford was> his
, Sl" XlY SCHOOL discuss these things!; at a distance I People of all ranks and races favorite county; here he lived happily ( -

: J.KSSON than to accept and practice them should stand equal under the re- with his friends and here lIe bk
I In our homes in our own families ull'l.'ments and protection of all wished to be bll rled.'e came : A '

f and communities. The works on ", Into your county as strangers and 5' 4 .1 .. 4k_
lawe.But _
I Hilt :NOVKMHKU:: 17, 1 U2!> Sunday school lessons are divided the social relations of df-: "ye took us In." C ,.

Subject) Living With People on this question. One of the books forent .classes casts and races of lie loved life; he lived: hard .;2UFF&QN T-4'Q4cE1QuJEd'c, ;

Other Hares. ..ays "In the United States the people are a perplexing question. woiked hard and played hard
1 Rlnperlng fonts In the world; Mont-
Golden Text : "Of a truth I per- race problem Is ever with tis, and There wa not one atom of a weak- P morcncy ratio: the Old Kent House

,IM that God Is no respector of ospec'ally the negro problem That IUTT1STSunday ling In his whole make-up. lie was near tho Quebco Golf Links: 8te

rsona, but In every naton: hem the negro and the white man can one of tho few of whom it may be Anne da Beaupre tho famous shrine:

fcareth him. and worketh ever live together on a plane of school at 10 a. m Keepon truly said: "Ills life was gentle; Levis, across the St. Lawrence from

ijhteousiiesB, Is acceptable to complete social equality seems out coming. and the elements so mixed( In him whence Wolfe's guns fired upon Quebec -

m Acts 10: 34, 35. of the question. Perhaps It Is not Worship at 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. that nature might stand up and i the; famous the picturesque church Notre Isle of Dame Orleans des:

. UJflon Text Acts 10:9-15: ; 30- desired by either race and certainly in. say to all the world "TillS WASA ; ; Vlctolres In Lower Town which was

-, Gal :3:28:! 29. It is not necessary to Christian There was a large attendance: MAN." under fire twice, below Duffcrln Terrace -

Ono of the books on today's les- fellowship How professed followers last Sunday morning at our Armta- Mrs. Bynum Perkins.! .-.. ; and the Indian Lorctte, where

|, names about 45 different races of Jesus ClirlBt can refuse to !lee service. descendants of the aborigines still
('.'H)) OK Til.VNKH I a Tile Cirii.: n 44 __ manufacture snowshoes and other
ii 1 people] composing the populniiiii fellowship and welcome Into their II. Y. P. U., at 6-30: p. m. John __ Indian good's.Everyone .

The question for church services Christian Powell president. This new Un-
of America. a representative "
short aitlcle. above the
Quebec, the "Ancient Capital. Towering visiting Quebec gaps to
,,day Is. Does the duty of Chrls- of any race, Is beyond understanding ion Is showing a fine spirit under I wish to thank all who! aided which has been one of the moat In- city la the old Citadel three hundred Montmorency Falls 100 feet higherthan

lan1- require the people of all Both the example and the leadership of Mrs. A. M. Darby. and comforted me In my revcenl teresting and picturesque spot in feet above the St. Lawrence, which Is Niagara. On Its brink Is the1'

,ICes< to consider and place them teaching of our Lord and Master Mid-week service, Wednesday at sorrow. I feel especially grateful North America since Champlain 1 visited by thousands each year Dufforln Knit House built by the Duke of

Ives as equals religiously, and place the stamp of condemnationupon 730; p. m. The Sunbeam Band, to Drs. Brown and Parks for com founded It in 1608. has n great charm Terrace, with its 'adjacent Chateau Kent, Queen Victoria's futher. Oh the

,ith respect to laws and civil any such attitude." Martini Itrownlee leader, will have ing so promptly to my assistance tot visitors throughout; the year. Late Frontrnao, Is one of the most shore of the Montmorency River op-
The sweetest is of In the season before the winter sports wonderful! promenades In the world posits the golf links and but a few
of all
Another illustration of the charge of this meeting. Come and memory
slits, and socially? question start around Christmas-New Year's.the running fiver 1UOO feet along the hls- rods above the falls Is the quaint olc1ferry
Tho Bible clearly teaches that in Is thus given. On one occasIon encourage these young people. my dear little school pupils who old wailed city la a magnet for torlo Heights of Quebec some 30(1( feet house used by those crossingthe

Ilglon! and before God all peoples the Duke of Wellington kneltat Armistice day was observed In came with their tears, kisses and visitors from all over the United above the St. Lawrence. Nearby: are river a century and a half ago.
.. .. the church Sunday mornin flowers May God bless each of has Plains of Abraham whore Wolte shore Wolfe's]
jqual "Of a truth God is the communion table In his parish Baptist States and Canada. Quebec so the From the nearby troops
I repector of persons; but Inn church and an old and poor The church was beautifully their k'lid: little hearts. I shall many attractions In the late fall that and Montcalm met and battled; the fired across the river at the French

, ,erv nation he that feareth him man came In and kuult close by decorated with flowers and the never) cense to love nil those whoso U la impoujJblo to !doiunlbe them in A Quebec Bridge,_ono of the finest en* defending Quebec
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1 id 1 worketh righteousness Is ac- him. An usher asked the old man Stars and Stripes was placed be- generously sent flowers. I pray -
.1 but the sldo the pulpit. The pastor gave a Cod's blessings on all.
pted with him. And God Bald to move further away I 11!
II ito Peter. \Vhat God hath duke took the old man's hand and splendid address taking for his Mrs. Bynum Perkins. .. SUCCESSFUL HISTORY OF RAILROADING

(.aimed. that call not thou corn- said, "Do not move, we are all thorns "The Solidarity of the Human 1
i I .on*. '. equal here." That sentiment is Ilace." Spacla(music under AIM'IIAI: PUR OUI'll\NH: a;: HOMEMAKING TOLDBY, TWO LOCOMOTIVES

'I And Paul wrote to the Galla-] handed down to us as showing a the direction of Mr. John Powellwas .... .

ans. 'There is neither Jew nor right Christian spirit. Put, do enjoyed by a largo! con rega- November first there were -c'4 By GRACE VIAlt. GRAY '
t. tlon. Itev L. W. Klckllter'offered nine hundred and twenty-seven orphan 5. ,
reek there Is neither bond nor you notice that it says are
ee" all equal hERE?" That must Imply tho morning prayer. The servicewas homeless, abandoned, mistreated THE UNEXPECTED GUEST ,

n Tho; Holy Spirit came equally) to that there are places and con- brought to a close by all uniting afflicted and helpless little
m la singing "America.: Florida children under the
.. It's n dimple thins to revUeGriindnin's
, ii i inaiiiiM ulna.nr__I m .r of "Florida's Ireatest Charity -
1. --- -"' .;; .- care .
r i Iclcd(\ of the ever filled I
, I-'IKST ('JlltlS'l'I.CIWHCr ," the Children's .Home Societyof ('(", Ile jut r i In those. days of Hdf-rlH

: HOW to PlayBRIDGE Florida. lug Hour I The modern' housewlfocan I

I; Bible School and communion The Home Society not only did / lime cookie' of nil I 1 description i *

services each Lord's Day at 10 not have enough/: on hand to provide ready for, tho unexpected! Kiient.liraiidiiiira ( (
:: o'clock. -, even the barest necessities in ) 1 Idea vuis just a tradition I

Church services morning and food ond clothing for these hundreds of her time that no one should
-'Aa.----? leave her IIOIIHP without food or
"- '?. I evening of the first Sunday in of little ones, but was staggering -
drink. Urn riuinm, expected
r- 5riS 1929 30 JP each month by the pastor, Bro.D.xon under the burden of a deficit -, HIP unexpected finest.

Wynne Ferguson : of Jacksonville. of over eight thousand dol- That wim hospitality. That wns

-i-*- lars, which has accumulated during -! nei.dihiti&'l; !Inese. Tliut wee courtesy

;: / \ Author of -pp.ACTICAIAUCTION BRIDGE"Copyright IMtKNllYTKUIAN: the four previous months because of the inoFt genuine sort. And
1F Urnndnm bunded] down her fine old
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v 1929 by Iloyle Jr. 'I Services Sunday, November 17, did not send in enough funds to tradition to daughter nnd, Don nnd
to her dcHOfiiiliint' to the third
as follows: keep the great work of the Society
i and fourth Grandma's
:: ARTICLE No.6 iI 10 a. m. Sunday school, J. M. goln!!:. ,
: I idea Is a sacred legacy to the modern !
6 Hearts, Trilby supt. The Society is facing the greatest hoiiHewlfp, nnd, hospitality lives
hoMing Spades, Q, ;
I omluctcd An interesting: competition, manufac-has been A.say,K, U, J ; Diamonds, K, Q J, 5; 11 a, m Morning worship, sermon crls'a It has ever faced in Its agnln i throughout the hind.
by a
company by the pastor. twenty-seven years of service to Of snuill In this
irmif Bridge tables, and the hand in Glubs:;: A. J,4? no Importance .
,uestinn and its proper bidding has 6. Z Y nil, A D 18 in ruober game, 6:30: p. m. Christian Endeavor, Florida's l'hlldhood-durlng which renaissance! of ifrnclousnpKsnro the ri..
>een forwarded by many correspon- where Z bids "One No-Trump" and A topic, "What Should Young Men time It has given Its aid and care nwelel'l"hukln' IIIlIkln's.Vth I !

lenta for the writer's opinion. The "Two Diamondswhat should Y say, and Young Women Expect of Each to over 18,000 little Florida children sc'K-rlslnjc Hour, Grllu<111111'11 heir or

ompetition is now closed, and my holding Spades, A, 9,, 6,4, 3; Mearts I Other?' Leader, Annetta Williams In ncjE-d and distress. The heiress' can liti\p on flip' n variety '
pinion be freely 9,6; Diamond, 7, 6,4; Clubs, 5, 3i" I of (rookies cookies' Hltnply ninde
can now given. Home Society cannot continue Ita
The hand is follows 7. At love all in rubber game, where 7:30: p. m. Evening and In Ifwi! than half an hour.
as : the bidding was: Z, "One Heart": A, 'i e The Woman's Auxiliary will work on borrowed moneyforthere Then, wheiT Home one drops In unexpectedly -

Hearts 6, 3,3 "Two Clubs"; Y and D, "No Bid"" ; meet with Mrs. Fernandez, Tuesday are no more moneys to be there will be no need

Clubs-Q, 8,4 Z, "Two Diamonds"; and A, No evening, November 19. Topic borrowed. There Is no alternative, of sneaking out for Ice cream and
Diamonds 9.4 Hid," what should Y say holding the either delicatessen cnkc.
for 1\IlsIIon: Study "The Southern Society must secure the
!Spades -A K. 4 3 2 Spades j 1 J.6 4; 1 Hearts Q. 7; Diamonds, labor-
I ? Mountaineers" Dr. Lowry who necessary funds tq feed. clothe and Self-rising flour Is a home
No: is the ; where had considerable experience asa shelter these hundreds of helpless !savor, reiidy for use, reliable, nutri
I score, first game. (a) What 8. At love all in rubber game, has tive. It Is a soft wheat flour t.)
,I, rorrcrt hid by dealer? Answer-One the bicMing, l was: Z, "One( bpacle'; A, teacher In the mountains of Tennessee children-or they will suffer and which the baking,: powder and milt

padc. (b) What is the correct bid bywond "Double"; y, "Two Di.imomls'; B, and Kentucky, will give a die-or be turned adrift In a state have been added Self-rising! ,: flour ...
hand, dealer having bid one "TwoSpades"; Z, "Two No-Trumps"; In which every other Children'sHome
fs Insurance against all
o trump? Answer-I'as'l. ( ) What "Three Diafllotl8"Ii : talkA an baking
c Y
s the correct bid by third hand l, the A, and"Double"Z "No; ,Bid"; A, "Double cordial invitation to all our and Orphanage Is already hn/nrds. Try tilling up your The largest and most powerful passenger pactty of eighteen thounand gallonsof '

:ealer and second hand both having Y and B,, "No Bid", what should / cervices extended to all. filled to capacity and could not cookie jar with this! recipe : locomotive In the world baa water and twenty ton of coal and

awed? Answer- 1'ass. (dhat) is holding Spades! A Q 9, 5, 4; -. possibly provide for these additional Lemon Cookies. gone Into service on the Chicago ft a thirty-six hundred horse power i
Ihe l bid hand the say Diamonds none; >umv OK :MY iiirsuiMi hundreds of children H cup, butter 1 lemon, juice It can pull a fain of twenty-
correct by third Hearts, K, 10, 5: i.Mi: : 1 cup sugar and Irral.dI north Western Railway after gala eXhibitions five all-steel cars while the1 average*
luler having bid one no trump and I K 6 4? An urgent appeal Is therefore
Clubs, Q, J, eggs rind In Chicago and Omaha and passenger train with the engines in
Nsond 1 10 hand! having passed? Answer- 9. At love all in first game, whatchould 9 8 He was a good man because he being made by the Home Soc'ety ',4 cup milk 1 Up, lemon extract sixteen towns between together with use before the Class H arrived. Is composed -
spades. SpaHcs, ;
Z say, holding was a great man; he was a great -to every man woman and childin the "Pioneer" the first engine running of thirteen cars
.The fourth question (d) is the most Hearts, A, 9; Diamonds, A, K, Q, J, 3 cups selfri.ing .-
I'mcult' as it involves the
10 the proper type of take-out of 9, 10.I, S Z; Y 20; A D 18 In rubber game, Never In public affairs or In private every church, lodge; civic Directions! Crenm the butter anti the city eighty-one :years apart exactly the little Pioneer that trailed
the October 10 the
to Pi-
cloy behind Rat the triutnphani
on a car on -
"'rtner's no second hand hay. I leart" and A 'One he ever club Woman's Club to Add unbeaten
trump, where Z bids. "One life can anyone say every sugar together. enter In 1848. and the first of the march through Illinois an4
ill passed. This hand represents a Spade": what should Y say, hoMing mistreated them. lie never con- young people's society to every eggs! one at a time. Heat until thirty-five bugs Class II locomotIves Iowa weighed ten tons had one pair
tied major suit take-out for it is a 4 2 Hearts, 9, 8, 5, 2; Diamonds thoroughly Mended. Add flour and
Spades. ; tracted a debt he did not pay; he school and Sunday school-to every In 1929 of driving wheel. four and half feet
'ind that contains justifiable original Clubs Q), J, 6. 4, 3t milk Then
a add the
'id., bee 3,2; what never had a debtor he did not for- other'group ''and organizationto alternately. The new engines are to be used on In diameter and ran nearly a year
first question (a). 11. At love all I in rubber game, lemon Juice, rind and extract.
In the preceding article the following! should Z holding' Spades, 1< Q, give. Wheit he passed on to the send in money, food and through de luxe passenger trains' and with one combination freight baggage
say, ) Drop by tenspoonful on a greased'
on heavy freight between
Chicagoand and accommodation before
oJ "lusjrom an English competition 8,6; Hearts, K,1,7; Diamonds, K, Q; great beyond, the only thing he clothing at once. It is hoped that bilking sheet and bake In n moderate Omaha all equipped with automatic I It achieved a passenger car car, "an elegant -
- e3I w'lers<,! given for the consideration of our Clubs, 10, 6. 5, owed anyone was "good will' No every reader of this article will oven about ::0 minutes. train controL This modified vehicle built at an expense of

I a : 12. Z Y 18; A B 12 in rubber game' A task was too difficult for him to attempt lend a helping hand right now and -- mountain type: of engine has four over two thousand dollars." The average .
always the dealer and the other "One No-Trump ; ,
layers where Z bids 13 "TwoSpa'Jes" and no work was too lowly urge others to do so, for the need engine truck wheels eight driving cost of a car In operation todayon '
sit around the table as follows: y "No Did"; ,
"Double"; I learts" what for him to do if It provided comfort l is extremely critical and must be wheels' seventy-six Inches In diameter 'I trains of thirteen Inutead of tw..
"Three ;
I ; and Z. Wont you step out and help them and four trailer wheels. It stand .
I I"
care $30,000.Between
: Y i hould A holding pall"-. K, 10; for those whom he loved. met with a hearty r Bponse.It .
say ao high that train shed and
I today-Please. shop I the Pioneer and Its one
: AD : : 1 Icarts,A, K,4: Diamonds, QJ,9,4,3; He felled the trees, sawed the Is Inconceivably that the peo- roofs have been raised to
provide nec- car, and the II engine and It.
Z 10 5? hands of Florida -111 refuse their aid Make a. Thanksgiving Day offering twcnty-A
: K Ifls
: with ple
I Clubs' material and own diary height. It U more than one nve la the whole history of railroading
The decision cC the English /ud3e9 built the home that shelters me. to these hundreds of helpless chil- In appreciation of your own hundred and three feet tons and In the west and middle-west. extendIng '.

'f. Z Y was as follows; Much of the furniture In our home dren, in this hour of their dire borne loved ones-and blessings.it weighs 818.000 pounds. It has a ca- over the greater part of a century.
18; A n nil in rubber game, will help feed, clothe and shelter -
.here 2 bids "Two Spades," ami AntI 1. Double 7. No Bid he made while "resting" aftcr his need.Money .
Y say "No Bid," what should B 2. Two Spadcs 8. No Bid day's toll was over. He cared food or clothing, or mon- : hundlreds who have no homes,
One No-Trump no loved ones, and few of life's The right In runervtsd to reject any NO'rI'H TO NKMTOHIt: > curn-:
y.holding\{ Spades, 8, 6; Hearts, 3. No Did 9. nothing for the luxuries of life for eys should be sent to K. V. Cov- or nil bid*. I'I'OHMNotlir
?: 9; Diamonds, A, K, 4; Clubs, 4. Double 1 10.< No R"5i himself lie never had on a silk Ington treasurer, 428 $:: t. James bllnJls.; t'litnn. nnd .cnimUonit.. max be -- ,
\K' J.4? Double 11. OneNo-Trump seen nt the o/fh,e of the Huiruijtiy urIh
he owned Building Jacksonville. All food t IH her"byClvfO" that all
silk shirt never board.
2. 12. No Dw sock or a ;
At love all in the first where Two Spades t'ocoa Brevard Apartments .
game, 6. he often worea and cloth'ng!' should be Kent to the K.: a.: MATTiinwM, cr. dltxrx, Ii-Kutc, dlxtrlhutix-H
- rT: says "No Bid"! A, "One Heart"; Y, ft d'amond ring; thoroughly renovated. O. A, FUTCIf ChulntmriHocrotarx
with these n II jx-riKiim, having ,'IlL'''''* against
would concur the
of Society
writer home -
would receiving
1 W.O Clubs," what should B say, The hands No. 7 and coat for three years and nearest __> Il-s-U-12-a the Kxtut: of Alice <', M. ltcwk, :] OIng! Spades, J 10, 9, 6, 5; Hearts, ded ions. except iji bid still say "It was as good as new at Lakeland, Miami, Petma- VOUCH UI'F1IL 1JS'i'IitftIiNotid ,..>.....*.1. are hereby r"<|iilrl to prevent -
, > ) 7? No. 9. With hand No,7, the proper Jacksonville. all applications ) NO.I..t: TO nlMOKIIftflpalcul : their <' ''''IfIM duly .lh..n..I..1t. "
nondsA.K,9SCIubeA,10, of the lining. cola or
; little fixing .
3, undoubtedly two hearts. Y has better with a -- the Honorable HMO. A. (furdlner,
1 At love all in rubber game, where i is, and that suit is also He was low to anger, quick to forgive for homeless children or !any liM will be received by the I I. hereby irlvn that slyly County J,live of Hrai1fr l County,
bids<1 "Three Spades", what should! assistance in hearts hoard tit Hnml Trustees of llrarlford'ounly days nrtor Hate. h..ra"f on rn-wlt, the KlorlUa. for his. approval within onyenr .
J\ say holding K 9 5 the first one bid by his partner and true to his friend and gen- other information will be gladly Florida. At the office of the 2uth day. of Nov,mhttr A. T>,, 192!>. I from lnte hereof or thin notice -
; 1 Spades, 7,6, ; therefore the one that he prefer With his enemies. given by the state superintendent, ,.....r..ry of the Board at Starke, the undcrxlgrneil Rdmlnlntrator of the will be hOlM In bar thereto, and
J ',.earCltsb K' Q'4',10.8,3,2; Diamonds, btU is one ha.. erous who Florida until 10 o'clock p. m, of [>.- stat* nt Mm. J.: J. or Sarah A. Mar. all pernone !In..hl"d. In *al>l eMiile.ir
I s. none hand No. 9 the proper with this During the nineteen years I lived Marcus C. "Daddy" Fagg for <-mbrr 3, 1929. and at that time pub. key, c 'I present My .' ren.ne**>t *. Z Y in second mond. To bid one no trump raised his the past twenty years has devotedhis lily open..d for clrwrlnn and grubbing voucher : de1-lnll'; account; an such forthwith to the underKlirnrd exvi'u- .
] "* one came, no score of hand, with two suitS unprotected with him he never once on hoed No 65. known a. the administrator, to the Honorable ll.... tor'H. ,, -
: where Z bids "One NoTrump"H1 type unsound. The diamondbid voice to me in anger. lie enjoyeda entire life to the care of Flor- Hcout llolv Itoad. In Bradford county A. aurrllner I County ,JuilK of Itrad- 'l'hla25th lay of October, A. n.. '
, A "Two Hearts" what should Y is very Idl\' little future citizens. ; approximately I 1.51 acre ford County Florida, and 1 auk for 1II2!).
chance liked good .
v. holding 4 3. 2 will give the other players a good pipe of tobacco, All work to be done In accordance hi. approval anti my discharge a. WALTER If RKHf.fiNT AND MAHUKWKM
K 5
j if Spades, ; bid and thus give the dealer a better dogs and rd apples and loved This U not an appeal for chil- with the plans and Instruction n..neral such administrator '' HKIUJKNT
, lu'S'AK:' J', 101i; Diamonds none, to hU chances for game at diamonds dren In need far away-they are provisions, ,'psral provisions This 20th day of .. ..... "' 1 u,. Executor', 5.stai. of AII. 4! tf.
J line on good people. : MAitIeI.Y.2.20Stlili >
8, 6? original bid eclflcaClonn and proposal and contract T. W. llewke deceaned.
] ? }t love all in rubber game, where or no trump. The diamond. Children instinctively trusted almost on your own doorstep. of Bradford county. Administrator 10-J5-9t-13-:0. r
J bl Id "Two .Spades," what should A however, should be one

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;i Bradford County TelegraphEstablished : i light. keep the girl at leant three! fcc running afoul of the law. If Florida which took plat i (
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RAMBLIN' | r.r '
1877 i from you. Tlifljjjjjjn| will have! !followed 'ha Now on the (4H s1 coast, the route I" ,
0..0.............0..0F'loi'tda ... led north through Hollywood, the the tiuctlonM of the ultra- doubt If there would be I a person wero lost, iiovi ,u 1 hniitcli >: "
and will in the simile more than three hours J
refined doctors save yourself of the H.-iii..
"ghost Fort l Lauderdale and ?
linn "IT!
Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class West Palm Bench, !the chief sufferer from becoming an Infected Invalid distant from his county seat In- 'In substance, lulu r,
*r.r* Tlmea-lTnlon. A lot fitLBd of dozen It possesses six
a board
for life. of
-- commits ,
Matter at the Post Office at Starke, FloridaE. of the storm of last year. mi
That elusive nppeul that brings Only the palniH, braced and trimmed of fellows we know would have ty-seven. --- Dudley Haddock in stltutlonn hen thin,,, 1 ;'
PublisherJ. people for thou>.Ialllls of miles from bankrolls today If these Ocala t'
healthier good idea
S. Matthews! Owner and "show the effects of that blow ,; Stlll'0 for tint '
their homes I In tho north and west ... .. Instructions had been fOllowed- -- pared for suet h .1>
('. Robinson -- .-_ Managing Editor each winter.FlorlJinnB. Lake Wales Highlander. Just an Funny how so many newspape'rsk&ep Therefore, Mr. niit, ,
The road from WeBt! Palm Bench
--- ---- -- ..... exchange of bankrolls for memories lambasting Carlton becauseof Immediate 00u141-,
to Daytona, through Stuart, Fort worth recent tax raises when a little '
and ,
RATE In some cases hIghway between i ,
SURSCRIPT1ON should know
Pierce! and Vero leach is famousfor
It. thought would) show them that the farm and Slnrki, t 1.,, ,
own Elate better It in then easily 111
; Six Months: 75c; Payable in Advance two things--the shattered In
)"earIY$1.50; understood why each winter the --0- whole responsibility rests right Immediate coot ncl 1 1,1', ,
hopes of thousands who sunk then'hauls '
Advertising Hates on Application journey southward Is taken-in in hopeless projects during Writing from Washington, Congressman the commissioner's room In their of National OHIIM-,! II'I,I,p',
A. Preen of thIs. the court house-that Is, It they "
- .. spite of part of the press labeling the boom, as evidenced by miles : It own prisoners of tin" stm' 1 ,
district of wanted to think to he shown.
second congressional or to institute a ,
Gainesville is only 71 hitch-hi1terg'fram Starke. each"Florida storm arising hurricane on ,the" smallpox globe asa of concrete, white way posts and Florida states I that he has receivedassurance Why not be honest and place the would be bound inu\I h."".. , houses In all of
stapes( completion .11>1
l- epidemics, cattle tick and the Ned standing left when of additional funds for blame where it belongs, or keep disastrously to Micro' ,1,1,, ,,
as they were '?'
the further deepening of the har- their mouth shut? Mclntosh Cannon City. Th, ,
next Wednesday dy. They'll keep coming-because i ,
v Hunting season officially opens the boom collapsed. To offset this a'
bor at Cedar Key Judge Green News Will you publish a list of to call upon the .
thete Is
only one Florida In all the depressing sight la beautiful Indian i |I"',
3 v'' -o world. river explains that dredging at Cedar: counties showing Increase and decrease went to spend, up .' '',n ',, ,
winding Its for ?
Only thirty-threp days left in which to do that Christmas way Key, the appropriation for which of county mlllage? If you tho Starko highway i .
..... miles within sight of the highwayto ,
wa obtained by him lust May, was will It will show that the increase Florida's state farm\,
shopping. New Another :
Smyrna. unusual
After watching this processionfor suspended when It was found nec- In taxes In a large majority of never become ninth, i i ,,
sight was wild Black-Eyed Susans
-o- so many years, your own feet ossary to remove something; more counties was due solely to the state the "honor system

The state chamber of commerce calls this season of the gets the "Itch" and, taking the -hundreds of acres along the than six thousand feet of rock be- tax mlllage. "Why not he honest there years ago by1 i r i
meeting of tile South Florida Press roadway and extending as far as fore the harbor could be broughtto and place I the blame where It be- superintendent
time. purr
Florida "Sucker n ,
in the could of |
year eye see, a mass goldencolor.
Association Melbourne "
as an excuse project depth. Gainesville and longs etc.-,-Stnrke Telegraph. detained on their "h ,,,
')i --0. we hit the high spots between overy other town In this sectionof Practically all the counties reducing make trouble, and I ,. '

' ,,1' Most women make good drivers ; all they insist upon is Starke and Melbourne, via St. Petersburg rrr.. Florida Is directly Interested In ; taxes did so because of what penitentiary tel!! lmi i "

that stay out of their Fort Myers, across the The city of Melbourne was host the Improvement of Cedar Key they expected to get from the statein about how many oi' '' '?

you way.0 Tarn lam t Trail to Miami and to the gathering of newspaper harbor because of possibilities of the way of gas lax etc due toClIl'ltoll'B would rather 1 I.c '.hm, Ol,I

-- thence up the coast to Melbourne.It's workers, ably seconded by the officials extension of water-borne com- tax program which will ter the trust that it- iml>t .
First Florida strawberries are coming in down state and an interesting trip, I but don't Kiwanis and Rotary clubs merce as an aid to business. benefit the entire state. "Why not even down to the in,", ,,
try to ramble over It in five days and Editor Moore of the Tlmes- Gainesville Sun. Wauchula 'If j
Daily place the blame, etc.-
bringing $5 & quart. They're worth it. desperado. There wui- ". ,
unless you can spare another two Journal. Little: time was left for .-0Jllanallng ''A'lvo'ateV.t have a hunch that
were tabooed
weeks to recover therefrom! the visitors to have a breathing Editor J, C. Robinson! most of the counties reduced their farm. Mr. niltrh hud HI, \,I' 'I|

r' News dispatches carried account of a "Florida" train being ..... spell between the business of the of the Starke Telegraph attendedthe mllluge In an effort to offset Increased the astonishment! of m i I''' f,?'
wrecked somewhere up the country. From Stnrlie to Leesburg, the association and the program ofentertainment recent meeting of the South state mlllage as much as to dig down beneath ,M' ur
provided by the Florida Press at Melbourne in his possible, and not from any "expertel" ,
first of criminals .
stop, through the central section and lo ">", I''
o- -
committee As Lucile Smith of the official capacity as treasurer. It relief !In the of
of the state, was over familiar way gas nest thread of self-r.
i Speaking of taxes, some of us could pay up if they would territory. Luesburg, the city Lake Worth Herald says: "Mel- is also reasonable to suppose that tax. As placing the blame, the a man who hud been u ,<0

accept 4 percent of the total as full payment. where Gilbert Leach called the bourne is a beautiful little city he acted as nurse to some sick 1929 legislature and Governor laws of his country t."' ,

t -o--- shortliners Into "executive" session : beautiful buildings in Its location and its friend, probably) being kept tip on Carlton are solely responsible If tendent had nppoalid( ( +l ,in lun,g,
but most beautiful in shift for he writes thus
a night
blame Carlton
taxpayers Coy. ,
two centuries still
and formed respect
ago; loniaUUm
Florida believers in Darwin's theory of evolution may Its spirit of hospitality and courtesy concerning the Melbourne meet and for It
the PaRAOraphers League, still alone, they have grounds made a good Job of n t| ,. ,
4 now casually refer to their ancestors at Orange Park.A carries Its air of prosperity, and to strangers within its gates. Melbourne's sunrises: "Melbourne due to repeated statements In the tho "boom1 howev, mil '\11

''d a the theatre a. haunting: fragrance; rr... furnished grand; and glorious campaign: that he could! and would : more prisoners and ,.1 '''''1''
of the days before Carrie Nation Taking leave of Melbourne, the time to members of the press association reduce the tax burden. Naturally : element.
Aerate A slmiucat.'on '110','
light bulb only costs a few cents. Put it on that auto took up her little! hatchet. road continues its winding way attending Friday and Sat- If they credited him with the pow- : of the "]101101 < m

before told to and have additional north through Cocoa, Tltusvllle, urday. As one of the visitors remarked -
today you are buy one to pay .. ... er to reduco taxes, they now blame necessary. Tallalui- .
h costs. Daytona Beach, St. Augustine; and a view of the sun rlsingover him for the increase. The statement New!

U The road from Leesburg led to Jacksonville, every mile covered the waters of Indian river that "so many newspapers -o-------

0l south and west through liuethnell, bringing new changes. Words can- was worth the trip." There were keep ]lambasting Carlton" is greatly NOTH'K: iiU'iFis:

l Agricultural news item says cows must have time to chew Dado City to New Port nlchey. It not describe the beautiful sceneryto evidently two patients-Robin.ion overdrawn, for the governor has

a their cud. And they prefer a nice warm spot in the middleof was on tho this state stretch road of highwaythat be found along the roads and In Crusoe's Friday and his twin tho support and backing of papers Hunting fllslilng 01 II"IIS-
departmentmade the towns scattered between brother, Saturday. Both must have
many in every section of the state. It is on and across my land J n. (for''
a highway. some sign manufacturer rich Miami and Jacksonville the been seriously ill. Those East
just unfortunate that the goenorand den and offenders will >1)< urosc,
buying "curve" targets. semi-tropic and then the gradual Coast towns are just too much for
by -o- his .eglsltiture! could not have ed to the full extent 01 iiu laW.

A painting, wrong side up, won a handsome prize at an ..... Change to the familiar scenery of us Inland Florida Crackers. accomplished more for the taxpayers Alvarez.

r' Tarpon Springs; the home of"Jlgps" northern Florida Gainesville Dally Sun of the slate when It was expected .--- --
exhibit. Being of the individualistic type there couldn't
pos- ..... --0-'
; and a lot of other little of them Del ray Beach -- Arcade Be.

sibly be a right side to it. sponges; and "Maggie.! They're The speedometor clicked off the The first strawberries grown In -0-- Shoppo In Arcade building! ''JP> (

a truthful in Tarpon Springs, 1040th mile as Starlce was reachedthe Florida were grown at Cartersville Florida will doubtless never for season.
though, for entire distance being in this county, by the late OeorgeCartel'
one enterprising store overhardsurfaced
Loser of $30 in bills in South Jacksonville advertised his and commercial 5 5'525Z5ZS' sp sa sa ,
had Its sign: "Fresh Eggs Sold highways with the
4 loss and said finder "should be a good sport and return all or Out." exception of thirteen miles over a growing' was originally; carried on

part of it." If a "good sport" found it, it's already spent. ..... well-kept detour below Fort My here. The growing of Irish potatoes : .

Following the west coast down ers And this is only a small part on a large scale was first ,
->-- ,
started here and this Is the only
through Dunedin and Clearwater of the mileage of hard surfaced
Lake City judge comes back to critics of the state pardon- the city: of sunshine and ten, roads now In thin state. They will \product of the soil In the growingof

ing board with the statement that if citizens would quit sign- thousand benches:St, Petersburg, stal01, ways an a tribute to the which we lead, that was flrst

to release was reached Here, instead of out-standing builder of Florida here. We should Introduced
ing petitions prisoners fewer pardons would be police -Fons up and become active: in 4
orders to "keep moving" the IJathuway.From ;
granted. strawberries, grapes and
wide parkways are covered with
.----0-__ oranges. Bradford county Is one I
I -T-T.--J1- benches for visitors to toast them-
of tho leading counties in the ,
Speaking of movie titles, the local theatre advertises selves in the sun. Then to Tampa, growing of strawberries. We have :

among its attractions: Should Scotchmen Marry\ Reckless over Candy 1 bridge, Other Pens just as suitable soil and the same

Rosie, His Captice Woman, Off the Deck? High Voltage- climatic I'ondltlonstere\ and can
From Tampa the road follows do the game. In West Florida,

Smiling Irish Eyes. Why Gorillas Leave Home-Happy the roast on down through Palmetto The yo yo has taken the placeof where it is colder, they are plant-

t" Heels, Hot Sparks, Someone to Love. Hrudenton to Sarasota, where the dodo Starke Telegraph. i Ing large groves of Satsuma oranges -

o signs of the tourists arriving were They have much In common.- : and we can and should do

to he found on every hand and on South Jacksonville Journal. likewise here. We should wake up
Work on the state prison farm road will start shortly, : to Punta Qorda. Fort Myers can o-- to our possibilities In agriculture A Positive Receipt!

unless securing of the additional width needed for the right-. justly lay claim to being Florida's Auto carrier trucks should be and not only lead In the growingof .

of-way holds up the work. With the entire governing body : beauty spot, with its magnificent required to carry riding lights potatoes, cauliflower and car-
homes and palm-shaded' streets. spaced along their full length rots but In many other products of u
t of the state ready to build the road let's show appreCiation
our .... stay off the highways after night the soil. St. Augustine Tribune. Your cancelled check is positive

by deeding the additional land wanted. fall.-Starke Telegraph. Right you -0Consolidation --
Fort -
Myers Is almost the last e and legal proof that a bill in
0- outpost of what some would term are, ; ,,-Dunnellon Sun of counties In va-
0- rious parts of Florida would save question has been paid.. And a
t -
Plant City strawberry grower says the present system of "civilization" as within an hoot'sride ]
No woman should throw bottles taxpayers literally millions: of dol-
the Tain la mi Trail
marketing the crop is the best he knows of-for the buyer. Kverglades on Florida's mystery spot the, at her husband when the childrenare lars. Gllchrlst county, for ex- checking account is of even greater -

While the grower is busytrying to borrow money to start an- Is to be seen on both sides of the around, cautions the Starke ample: there was a time, not so value for it enables you to determine -

other crop, the buyer is spending the summer in the moun- wide, paved road leading throughthe Telegraph And they should keep long Alachua.ago, when The it was a part of the distribution of the
heart of the : out pf their husband's private )people In western
tains and talking of "what a fine thing I have." Another sec- With the exception Everglade of mounted country.police ,-Times-Union. Alachua. brought; pressure' to bear family funds during the month

tion heard from. -0- on the legislature and set up a
at Intervals along the
; o Trail, no other sign of human habitation Starke Is talking strawberriesalready county of their own Of course and to form a budget. Open one
they had to provide the salariesof .
They are talking about
|Is to be seen for mile after today
The commission on interracial co-operation in Atlanta re- mtle. The only solid ground appeared how many berries can be hauledon a list of officials that ran from

'quests'Governor Carlton to make prompt apprehension and to be the roadbed dug froma a 60-foot carrier, so as to get county judge to jailor. There are

conviction of the men guilty of the lynching at Quincy last wide canal at the side express refrigerator service. many counties In Florida for which BANK OF STARKE
1 Folkston (Oa.) Herald. We have there Is no earthly Justification.When .
;: week. While the commission's purpose is a good one, we have .. ... It-the express service and the sand roads and swamps

' an idea that action by the Quincy mob will have more effectin Indians were found at Intervals berries. made 10 or 12 miles a day's jour- AN HONOR ROLL BANK
along the Trail, either obligingly ney perhaps a flock of
averting other lynchings than all the efforts of the interracial -0- countiesand f.. Matthews,: 1 1't.s. Ii. J. Invlll, ('nshirr
ready to pose when a camera was It Is said that in a cemeteryat a flock of county seats were

: .commission for the next ten thousand years. brought to' view, or to wrap them- Wetumpka, Alabama, an old necessary, but In these days and

---0 selves In sullen silence and blankets heud tone bears this Inscription: times one can drive from Tampa to r 257447444S24S25ir

Results of and turn their backs. In case "Hero lies the body of Solomon .. .. .. .... .
L bur roads being motor patrolled are already I ,.... . .
of lack of HUillclent clothing In Peas, .-,. .- "., .r ..1.'11'- _, 'l&, "
showing up. The action.of the county commissioners ip pro- which to hide, they would select Under the daisies and under the

viding for the patrol is being commended by those who desireto the most convenient stump. Neither trees;

Is it wise to decided sex by cos- Peas Is not here- -only the pod; Announcing
our highways of drunken and careless drivers and im-
tume, for it pa wanted to keep ma Peas shelled out; went home to
properly lighted cars. If the present efficient service is to b(. at home he would take to his canoe -

continued J the officer should not be placed under any handicaps :In ma's clothes without being God.Ft.. Lauderdale Herald.!
handicapped. Or if ma wanted to FRANK'S AUTO LAUNDRY
5 or restrictions as to what he should do in line of duty, and I keep pa from his lodge meeting, -have figured 0Expel'ts -that pedestrians -

answerable solely to the board of .commh sioners.o 'the general scheme of I things might are fairly safe on the high STARKE'S ONLY COMPLETELY>> MODERN EQUIPPED AUTO LAUNDRY

bo reversed. ways at night If they wear light

The grand jury closed its labors at this term of court .r... colored clothes. Wearers of dark .

The eastern end of the Trail had clothes should carry lights, front
without taking any action against a negro caught prowling
and rear.-Starke Telegraph. We
within the home of a citizen of the town several months ago been several the scene weeks of, heavy but only rainfallfor at a suggest the next session of the leg- Our new Rotawasher makes automobiles as clean as a China dish. When

and he was released from jail without bond. This culprit few points did the waters come up islature pass a law requiring we say clean, we mean CLEAN" The parts you see and the parts you don't
pedestrians ,to wear whltePerryHerald.
should feel highly honored-it is not usual for one to get off so to the top of the road. Coral .
Gablcs and Hialeah were the main see are all made spick and
span-WHILE YOU WAIT. If you prefer, you
lightly. Even though the grand jury did not have the neces- sufferers but high water is accepted ----o--

sary witnesses, they were obtainable and the county is not so there as a small matter, with With the approach of the hunt- can drive your car in here and leave it while you attend to your errands-
Ing season It Is not out of place to
bankrupt that negroes of this type could not be kept behind constant additions being made to
state that hunt
any one can on
the drainage system to make these and the car will be ready for you when return.
steel bars. their homestead when actually you
i i overflows a thing! of the past. own -
living on the homestead, with
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out taking out a license. This en-
The American Federation of Musicians has taken to ad- Miami is deserving of Its name ables the farmer to shoot birds and

vertising to convince the theatre-going public that "real music" "The lI111IcCity". No other city other game In his own fields with J

can boast of so much to offer to out having to pay the state for the
is better than the "canned"
used in
variety now motion WOCO PEP
tourists and provide for them for privilege Provision has also been puroi ] TIOLENE! :
There is said in the
pictures. nothing advertisements of
as long as they can stay at Miami. made In the law to care for the King of Motor Fuel.
methods used by union musicians before the "canned" era to It l is a city of wealth shown In Its aged. Alt citizens of the state of

!, get the theatres under their thumbs, of strikes when houses business districts. by'ihe magnificent Florida 65 years old or over can
public building, hotels and hunt anywhere In the state without -
closed rather than raise salaries already too high, of the business houses and In Miami a license...-Ocali Star. WASHING POLISHING-SIMONIZING GREASINGTIRE REPAJRISr.

thousand and one demands made upon theatres by union Beach by the beautiful homes and ---n--- '

heads. The federation is to blame for being run out of its most grounds. Miami can also lay claimto The proper and hygenlc way to "YOU AUTO WASH AT FRANK'S"pnFJ
possessing the most obliging kiss U to first take a bath, then

profitable' field. cops on the American continent, soak your ,feet In mustard spray


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