Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 22, 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
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:02412
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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,I''i j '! HUNDREDS VISIT FOREST I: Southern Railway No Hardship CARLTON TOLD Work On HighwayTo WARNING TO ,,. I' j'"

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,,'# ;' FAIR HELD AT LAKE CITY[I Officials Attend 4 Will Be Invoked HIS T AW ISINOPERATIVE Begin Tuesday ARREST GIVEN ;

. Growers -- WARDENS I
L -- l\Icetl :MolJn Point Out Automobile Tan !Stretch of No* 2$ To HOJ fomplrtod 1 1111 1I i
to State Farm
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i 4i i And St rko KxpiirlnirntTurpeptlne : PLEAS ISSUEDTO .\ To'I' OOlciale,('..-..I"l'It t lux \xwfHorn Prcwnt (;ov..rnor.lth I Ihrntlnt "SeiiHOii OHlin-d| November I j
Station Pain tka. Nov. 19.--Construction!
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.jI HUNTSMENBY I Walter B. McLIn acting motor I of a stretch of state ]highway No. I
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r I operators' and forest :11111., vehicle commission: today denied Efforts/ to "Iron out" some differences 1211, the ral.itka-r.ake City Short Warning has been given by the
I from twenty different WOODWARD that the new state law requiring 1 Route, will begin tomorrow, according game and fresh! water flub commls-
Ii landowners( O. A. T ,ole, freight of opinion exist ng between I
I rep'ellellta-
I of
,i and four slates! assembled (payment of personal property taxeson and ( to announcement" today atom that Instructions have been Issued -
mties Florida's tax assessors
'IJ i tlve I) E. Clark trainmaster and
Lake automob'les will work!: a hard T. II. O llesplo. Inc., successful bidders to deputy wardens to prose.I',
at City for the
rl W dnl'1Ilay l.omml..II1"r. A. Martin Inspector of agencies, those RI>0180rln8passage of tin I
CiUeH; out Slate I
Florida Forest Fair, which ship on anyone or (that the law Is : for the contract.The cute all persons found hunting t
u prsi j.c. Railway, attended the 111211!> state compulsory tax
WHIM Its doors at 1:30: p. m. with rcpt on Si-IlSOII V.\v: meeting held at the courtlioiiHH I complicated. were taken up here today at t. stretch extends Flbruhome from Keystone in- I without a license. .,.
to ,
-- Although a few (tax collectors Heights; I
VV W. Phillips All huntevs and fishermen
Snator; presiding.iolonjl i last Thursdny night. The hearing of a committee of the asei&ors trappers "
m 1 Jim Hodges delivered the A plea for conservation! in the Southern Railway and live aro declining to accept partial pay- with Governor Doyle Carlton Putnam county. When completedthe are required' to have theproper
; taking of I 'SOUlh-1 ment of ad valorem property' taxes road will be open to the Columbia
and for
1 a the Industry and wealth cure to preserve human life was by separating automobiles on the appointed county line. be shown to wardens
r ,ef< rr.!d to I strong bid for the express Tho committee was game upon .
: forests of made by State Game Commissioner refrlg-I assessment: roll from other classesof Four mouths will be required to Wardens have been Instructed
cued in the Columbia erator business of Bradford by the state tax assessors association request. -
u l mity 40 years ago, and to the C. C. Woodward with the openIng I I ty and the officials are keeping in I property after the assessors: I to confer with the chief execu- hard-surface tho stretch, under fa- not to honor, receipts for ,t
conditions It was
I po ;lbilitles for utilization of that of Florida's 1D29-30' hunting clone touch with the local situation. havo made up and turned over the tlvo and obtain his ideas as: to vorable weather licenses\ as it is not the Intention \ "
rolls' to them with this task unflnirhed eald.
wealth produc'ng soil today. In season. t Details of the service that methods of carrvjng out the pro- will of the game department to use its ,
F xtpndlng( / a welcome to tho naval Mr. Woodward's statement follows would be given the growers, timeof some others are doing so. vls'ons of the law, which becomes: The Clllosple company give field force as a collecting agency.
W. Q. Durrance tax collector for to a considerable
r stores operators and forest land- : delivery of their berries In the effective next year. Persons convicted for violation
"owners. Colonel Hodges emphasized "On t the eve of the opening of northern markets and other phases I Wakulla county, for Instance, Is The committee presented! % '' the number of local men on this,, Job. of tho game law forfeit their licenses -

t the necessity for the proper the 1929-30 huntng:: season I wise of the new service were explainedto announcing that owners may pay governor with a copy of a statement .-- -- for the remainder of the

0 rare of wooded areas to the end the sportsmen of the state of Flor the growers present. I their taxes at this time and up to taking/ up the law by sec- Board Rescinds open season and those \convicted / l

that: Industry and wealth on a permanent ida good luck. There Is an abundance Up to the present time none of December 31 on their automob'lesonly lions' is which a number of the for hunting without a license are

basis be once more rexlorcd of game for everyone If they lines handling the Florida berry and may It they choose, watt sections were declared by the assessors Purchase Ineligible to tec! u re a license! for

to the county. will ho conservative and take only crops have made any statements as until April as in previous years to to' bo inoperative.. Action tho remainder of the open season. I .

The Honorable S. Bryan Jen- what Is needed to1 what the express rates will be. pay on their other property.Mr. The law requires all persons tc During the open season It will j 'n

nlu s of Jacksonville, president of "I want to suggest first of all This cannot be withheld much McLIn calls attention to the file a Hat of their personal properlyposseesiols Electrical Unit bo lawful only Mondays! Wed-

the Florida Board of Forestry re- that every hunter be exceedingly longer, as sections south of Starke tact that payment of perso'nallllxeu : It was passed us one i eadays and Fridays to shoot ducks ( ; :

nllpil with a broad vision of In- careful of human life. Only load will be shipping berries within a I proposition on automobiles, as this particular Is not a new tax of the tax revision measures sponsored (uiircHHloii I hy i'nlrbiiiiksMorweWill : on lakes lamonla and Jackson In :jl:1
your guns when you are l"luallyhnntln few weeks In sufficient quantities by the governor" at the last LEJo,(county and on Lake Mlccos-
'ri, lscllndu.ltrlal activity based l I Ito has been assessed for u number of Likely Result In award I
being sure to keep- them require starting of the express session of the legislature ukeo In Leon and Jefferson coun
forest products so abundant lliein.
ipon to
Records of past years show of Ouitriirt I
unloaded in transportation and in refrigerator: service.. I years. ties. .
Florida. Mr. Jenn'nga:
In pointed
that more than halt the automo-
that the world must have the camps. Be sure you know what (;rowers lit, Hampton of the The open season on deer closes ,
out paper bile owners in the state have not Read Palm At n special meeting
shooting before Gypsy
you are at
you The growers association will December 31. Duck be .
and paper products, that the trusteed held Friday may
511 not."Don't. 1 paid the tax. The new law is directed !- city bond
resources of the North are almost take chance In meet at Hampton tonight ( Friday at these owners who have While Cash Left night a, resolution: was passed rescinding shot and the bag limit per day is j
a ) according to announcementby and for the In two.
exhausted, and that tho forest escaped payment of a property tax nil action heretofore' one season
lands of Florida are coming Into ing shaking bushes, or at shoot-I President Edwards, the meeting which others have been paying taken by the board In connectionwith Tho open Reason for quail!, turkey >
It he
i their own as sources of raw material might another being In the( form of a member- Without complaint or protest all lljiiik Cashier It Nicely Taken In the purchase of an electricalunit and cat squirrels ends Feb
exceedingly: careful with fire: .
N for new Industries, includingthe throw down lighted cigarettes ship drive for growers Titereseaeecttons. of the during the 'years, the commissioner ]ty Nomad Joixl Teamwork for the municipal! light and ruary 15. The bag limits per day j
manufacture of silk, paper and I or Hampton, Graham and said. water plant, This action was decided are quail, 15f: cat squirrels, 15 ;
cigars or burning tobacco from it is /
At this meeting,
various other articles. Mr. Jen- Tho brand new set of teeth In {pllowlng receipt by for the season, five turkeys and
.i your pipe. Always break your understood officials of the 'American Jasper, Fla., Nov. 19.-An oft'orat upon
I 200 each bf quail and cat 8qulrI
nings also called attention to the the law requires a receipt for pay- Engineer Well of a. letter from the ,I
match before it itinerant
throwing of
member -
c away. and Southeastern Railway a woman an
vast quantities of forest materiall'h'ch Ex-I of the license of the Fairbanks-
I In ment personal a tag slate manager rels.The
"Build your camp fires a press copipanlesAvIll be gypsy tribe: tQ'tell the fortuneof for
; \ are now going into the for the car. Mr. McLIn expressedhis Morso Co., offering concessions open season mlgatory y
clean clear and be cashier
, place sure Horace Lewis, assistant!
mills and factories in other states. appreciation to the tax officials and guarantees: hitherto withheld birds> ducks, doves, geese, brant,
1 b out before leaving camp. Get of the First National bank, of this
with a consequent loss to Florida before closed AMENDMENTSTO who are co-operating in clearing by his company In connection wit snipe, coots, closes January 31. )
permission entering place, yesterday afternoon, cost
salaries the situation and In wanted by the Dug limits limits per day are t
in wages, and Invested have up cnrrylu. the type equipment
posted territory Since we bank officials
or Hie bank $672.50
Mr. OLD LAWS the situation and In advance lu contract ducks, 15/doves; 25; geese, 6;
'apltnl. Jennings emphasized had such little cold weather I up !! carryingout (wild, today. city, at no d
brunt 6 coots 20 with 200 of
'lit' of I the law. ; ,
( Importance of the establishment provisions: new price.
would caution' you to be careful While the woman with a companion -
of new Industries in Florida, snakes and go prepared In case of ARE IN FORCEI .. 1 was thrusting her hands: As n result, Engineer 'Veil 'was' each aa the bag limit for the sea
using raw material. Florida labor, Instructed to draw up a contract son.
. I accident. where Lewis
an through
I I First Florida cage During the season two days
wealth'for from Fairbanks open
creating Florida Individuals for tho purchase /
I I "Let everyone be sportsmanlike I :MfiiHiires Aro In Indefinite was standing, a third woman member bag limit:! bo transported "
ot may aa .
of engine
and he cited in this con- and keep the !spirit! of the law, as Standing FairThe of the tribe was busy at an- Morse Company an baggage and S
Forest personal possession
. direct connected
; nection the proposed Constitution 240 horsepower,
. well the letter. ( nil the cash
I as other cage scooping: ; up
exceed limIt
must not two days bug -
: 'I al Amendment exempting certain "I hope that everyone who goesto I While there has been an Indefinite money w'thln roach. Ito a Westinghouse generator of. time. 1 1

,i iI industries from tanxtlon for a limited I the woods will secure the neces- : standing for those 1929 laws First Florida. Forest. Fa'r The three women then dashed 160 kilowatt capacity. This contract at Bale\ any of one Is unlawful

I period as being one which ary license. They can be obtained I pertaining to gasoline tax, storagetax held at Lake City last week was from the bank. The authorities j In also to incorporate a front game; Tarms. except' ;
would do much to advance the Industrial ollice. The mlllage tax for bus lines and /guarantee of the unit an ft whole, game
from the county Judse's i pronounced success judging from l here raised an ,alarm with the re- I'
welfare of the state. department needs the funds It Is certain portions of the banking act the size and enthusiasm of the sult that tho entire tribe, consisting and to require. ten-day run at I II ; 1

Mr M. J. Roess of the Durham tho law and It Is only fair that ev- I Florida's amendments to old laws crowd which examined the many of five carloads' of gypsies !, the expense/ of the company to City Council

Trop cal Land Company spoke of eryone should do his! part toward and new laws adopted with the I I forestry ''exhlhils on display In a wan In Jail here this morning pending beck: the fuel guarantees given in
the necessity for the view of aiding! the tax Bluatlon I connection with the output of the
Increasing conserving and protecting the largo garage and later Joined In a an Investigation. Holds Session
production of forest soil to offset game of our state and you can with regard to real 1 'OHta.te are all motorcade to various points where Four carloads of the gypsies generator.The ; r ;
the trend of forest land which is the wardens In force, Governor Doyle I I mibst'tutlon of a Westinghouse -
save the department Carlton forestry practice demonstrations! were taken between Madison'"' and I
at the present time going back to and yourself embarrassment by so announced.The I I were staged.; Th's first Florida I Mont(cello, and the fifth near generator In place of one of Ilixly Accept* designator of J. T.
the state for taxes Mr. Koess said doing. governor's announcementwas Forest Fair is the second state for- Qu'tmalOa.. their own make and guaranteeing

that landowners were failing to "The wardens you meet will bo made, he said, after a resumeof rest fair to be staged In this country I Attempts wero being made by the unit as a whole removed the Quigley na IV ml Truitev p

pay taxes In some cases largely be- performing their duties In checking the status of legislative acts of the first one being held in :members of the tribe to raise objections offered by tune majority -

cause of failure of that lond to : your licenses, etc. I would I the recent lawmaking body ,The Georgia last 'year.Turpenllno enough money to return the stolen mom bel's of tho board to the original The city council'1 of this] city of 0

produce timber, and cited tire 'as ask that they be accorded the same governor was largely instrumentalIn operators, forest funds to the bank. Fairbanks-Morse contract, Starke, Florida, met Nov. 19th, in

a/ primary reason for failure to courteous treatment as your other obtaining passage of a numberof land owners and sawmill men from The gypsies had been here only those objections being based upon regular session with the following '

produce. county officers, and I am sure that acts designed to relieve the tax all over the state were present n. few moments before the bank I B comparative statement of the efflciency members present: 0. W Alder- 0 I

Immed'ately following the they will extend to you every con- burden on real estate.IRxpresscs and showed marked Interest in the robbery.The I of the units offered by the man, L. A. Davis, W. L. Wall I 8

speaking a tour of the exhibitswas sideration. : 1 Opinion field demonstrations of how fire names of the three women two low bidders Fairbanks Upon motion Mr. Wall acted tie/ "t .

made at which talks were giv- "You as an Individual have secured Attorney General Fred II. Davis lines can be constructed; how a were not given, MorsoCompany and the De La- chairman pro torn ,
'0 en by those In charge, dealing your license and paid your expressed the opinion that no decision considerable saving can he made Vergne Company. With the con A communication was received IS

with the improved rosin grades, money to take game In the state would be handed down by through utilizing! cup with broken t'APTUHKH:" THITK WITH LIQ- cessions and guarantees now givenby from the Woman's) Club expressing (2

tho manufacture of paper, silk and of Florida that belongs to the the state supreme court In the eyes by a home made clamp out Fairbanks-Morse Company, En- appreciation for the donation of ;

mlacellaneous Items, the educa- I whole people. It Is up to you, case of the gasoline-tax: lay for an- provision or how scraping tur- ,g'neer Well stated he considered! the counlcl for prizes awarded. 6

tional work of the American For- j and I beg of you to observe strictlythe other month. He said the many pentine faces can be speeded up Officers seized a truck loaded tho offers of both companies as 1 Mr. J. T. Quigley presented! his .

: estry Association, naval stores experimental laws, especially the bag limit points of law to be considered through'easy and rapid unloading with 100 gallons of 1'quor Thursday \ res'gnatlon as a member of the ,,
; work at the Starke Station because there will be other days called for considerable time In perfecting scrape boxes: ; how small trees can at the eastern end of New River I fil-ing board of borul trustees of the city I 0

,. the planting of forest trees I when people will want to hunt 'in a decision. bo grown from seed, how to plant bridge and brought the laden of Starke. Upon motion the resignation 1 ,
:(dl'ngs and the value-of forests. the same territory Hhat you' will The storage taX on petroleum young pines and when to thin I truck with itn.youthful driver, a resolution to rescind any former was accepted Q.

At the conclusion of the tour of hunt !n."The. products was upheld by the lower I young sapling stands. These are 15-year old negro to tho county 'I art lou. Appointment of a member to
the exhibits one hundred visitors 1 amount of game taken Is court, but It awaiting a decision in only part of the many interesting I jail. The truck carries tag num- tIt: ''nt'V..II'" Report fill the unoxplred term of Mr. 0

Particularly interested In certain ,only minor part of the wonderful the supreme court. Part of the practical things offered to those or 20.947 and through i 14 the of- To the Board of Bond Trustees, Quigley was deferred to next (0 !

I Phases of the wotk made a field benefits derived: from the wild life bus act was found unconstitutional attending the field tr'p one of I I flk-ern have secured name of its I I Starka, Florida. mooting of the council. ,I 1

trip to the property of Mr. E. A. of our state. The benefits of health and will be carried to the appellate which was made to tarke to view !I owner. It Is understood officers auiitleriuTii: Reports of the treasurer and 8' S
McColskey where special study and recreation and good fellow- court.A the experimental work In turpentining found ,the truck flay before the I nttrich hereto a copy of the letter tax: collector were examined and i .

was made of forest tree seed beds ship which enters Into the woods decision has been rendered in by the Southern Forest Experiment seizure In the ditch and loaded from Ahem of the Falrbanks- ordered filed.

. and plantation, and fire break eontructlon. and tho camps at this purtelular favor of that part of the 1929 Station. with 1600 pound of sugar, and investigation Morse Company. In which he now --siuft'rlisi 0
Let's banking act wh'ch authorized the led seizure its statue that his company will guarantee 0 ,
Three types of tractors 'season are to be considered. The speaking program included : (Vp Its on
and plows were used In the construction all be real !sportsmen! and get the 'appointment of liquidators for suspended addresses which stressed convincingly : return with the load of liquor. the un't In Us entirety when O.

/ of several types of fire most out of It possible." ) hanks. The attorney general what the development of Other arrests are expected to fol- I equipped with Westinghouse; Mr. and Mrs. Xpat Crawford, 'It-

breaks and _-.- classified that as an important Florida's forest lands meant to lov. generator He proposes that the Starke, boy, Nov. 10. :;.e.
the computed on
I I an acreage basis S'fOlUT: :XKW: RIVER ItOll- part of the amendment mid the decision the peoplo of this state. This and e-- generator furnished will be ratedat Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Itaulerson, i l..a..
On HIm of prime Interest In bank- !subsequent forest1 fairs should U'I'HY'ISI1'JlCH 21J! KXA at 80 percent power Starko boy, Nov 19 de1s
Thursday morning the pro- 174 KW. )[e. ._ _
ing circles.In factor or proposes
-- provo productive of results in
Forest Included a trip to the State The combined store and postof- the matter of real estate tax- awakening of general Interest to Fturke J lead a visit Wednesday to guarantee 100 KW at the! the Falrbanks-Mome Co., has made fits

to the Naval Tree Nursery at Ualford, flce building at New: River was es, the law strengthening the forestry In Florida as a source of from a band of gypsies, traveling'n switchboard. Thin Is 5 KW more Important concessions In the 01'-: :ijn:

Station Stores Experimental: broken Into last Saturday nightby tax deed Is. in force and should great potential activities In indus big sedans, and they were cor- than originally specified but adds final proposal made .to this board :f.h
tower at Starke and to the lire persons unknown, and follow- aid and Increase collections, ofltclals try. dially received by the chief of police nothing to the price. Since the for supplying tho city with an en- f.1g'glno i

all the located at Satsuma Heights ing check made by postofflce inspectors pad, as, it waft pointed out v V. L. Harper. with Instructions to admire unit when Installed will cost the and generator, such concession wto :,
Gwlnn property of the Penney- nothing was found mlss- It will keep larger percentage of the scenery from their car windows city around $20,000, this really )] Including a generator ofI1'\ ed
Corporation, where a 170- Uncle Sam's department An the land on the tax: books and distribute VKTKHAX: : MA HOY VISITOR and to keep tho cars moving. 'an bit considered: as worth about larger capacity and higher efflc- L75
000 acre unit has been under protection investigation'ng n Is being made of the the duty of paying real es- Trouble has been 'reported $650. lency with guaranteed lower fuelt,tt* '

for Its first year. In the of the store. tate tax over a largo number of Marcus Endel of Jacksonville, from towns north and west with There In ntlll another saving consumption; and, "In.

evening at the court house at Lake robbery-. .*- property owners, thereby decreasing one of the oldest Masons in this these bands. of rovers and only one which thIs aubfttltutlon would Involve Whereas, the concessions now ;'dot t
City talks were given on various UttllT PLANT: OVFKI.O.U1EI1: the amount-paid by each Indi section of the state, a pant grand succeeded In unloading herself I The Westinghouse generator made by the Fa'rbanks-Morse Co., Kiln

Phases of the forest land problems. vidual. master and chairman of committee from the car for a pilgrimage of originally proposed. Whileno makes their proposal the most desirable ::+rt-

) ''N The municipal light plant Is The law creating the delinquenttax on work, was a visitor to fortune telling, which was prompt. definite guarantee have been for the Interests of the ;: u-;
ALACHtTA CIRCUIT carrying about the limit that can boards Is aiding in this work Etarke Saturday while euroute to ly cut short. To tell fortunes in Ttven at half load. It Is probable city. f'/fd-/:

-- safely be Imposed on the two units and according to figures obtained Gainesville to witness the FlorldaClemiton Starke, one must first secure a license : tlvat it this load the unit w'll be Therefore be it resolved, that 4,

Senator EJohns spent now In operation, according to Su- from the counties Is pausing the scrlmmage. Mr. Bndel :'a from the c'ty clerk, the nom- about 7 percent more efficient. At all action heretofore taken by tills Jirl

Thursday and Friday In Gainesville perintendent Clark, and he is ask return of much of the land hereto- well known In Starke, being a fre- inal sum of 11,000 being required. full load Mr. Ahern states that It board in connection with the pur- ,

attending the fall term of cir- to cut their use of fore delinquent and non-productive quent visitor to pradford Lodge. will bo about 4 per cent more rf- haso of an engine and generator r-

cuit court for Alachua county He electricity ing patrons to the minimum during of revenue, the governor said. lie was accompanied by his wife KKW; TIMK HKfOHIUNO; JH.\'ICI'; C-'lent. Since for along; time the be and the same Is hereby rescind :;j

desisted Col. Evans Halle of hours of heaviest demand, six The law creating sworn tax returns and sister-in-law, Miss I). E. Durk- unit will operate at !light loads, the ed; and, -.
I Gainesville In the defense of Eu- the each night. Part of the I Is In force and is seen as an hIm. The local telephone exchange now generator would Indicate a Ha It further resolved, that we Al

las Cribbs and Mannie Carlton, to nine lighting system was cut Sat aid to tax: collectors in keeping accurate I I4T.ITK has Installed a new time recording ]I avlng In fuel amounting to over enter Into contract with the Fair- >

harged with larceny of fifteen street night to relieve matters, and records, thereby being ableto AUDITOR C'HKCKrXO: IT I I device for use in handling long 7 per cent t.It tanks-Morse Co., for furnishing! }.

I, head of hogs. Another case In while urday part of the town was in Increase the percentage of their .1 distance calls, known as the catrulugraph. in not unlikely!\ that s'mllar the city, a unit capable of delivering f .

which these attorneys represented darkness for a short while that collections! he explained. John \V Williams of Tallahassee : This Instrument will economy would result If a General not less than 160 kllowats at .'t..
the defendants was that of L. caused by a transformer Another of the 1929 laws in state auditor, has been In speed up long distance calls from Electric unit be substituted. the switchboard, direct connected

E. Peterson Barney Turner and night blowing it was Its fuse An addi- force Is that requiring payment of Starke during the past leveral the local office, the ticket placed Sincerely yours to Westinghouse or General Elec-. 1

Dave Turner larceny of four unit cannot be Installed for personal auto tax before license days engaged in his task of checking lathe machine ihow'ng the exact Joseph Well. trio generator and exciter, on the J "

cows Defendants In the first case tional which means that the tags are issued. Report from the op the booka of all county of- time connection made with Resolution basis of the price specified In their
were found, not guilty by Jury, and sixty demand during the holidays counties show an increase over last Iclala. Two weeks time will: be party wanted, number of minutes Whereas, the foregoing letter proposal of July IB, 1939, and 'i I

'In the latter case defendants were heavy be supplied by the present )year in the payment of that- particular required to complete the work In used and the time connection was from Prof. Joseph Well, consulting itemized In their estimate sheet of

acquitted on an Instructed verdict must i tax. It wa* added. this; count. broken. engineer for the board, shows that July 12, 1929.J .
by Judge Long. equipment I' 1si i



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I < 1 plliuially woll ncvor minting i, weolc. noon. ,
L'l I forward not I Fla. -- About 16,000 Palm Reach
B. H. S. Ip01Andrews was A good many years ago when I Misses Pearl and Myrtle Norman h'ti i 1
1' .ult 0 up to her shooting! ability, attonded church at Vanderbilt Sat- pounds of winter legume cover proximately $75,000( h,.p., I"\
.though( her pass work was Very was about twelve years old we JIved urday night. crop seed were planted in Wash- loaned to Palm Beach 1,1\, ,' ''

fair In Canada. One day my father ington county during October Gus farmers
Adklns by Federal
I NIRS'RPti'tilt s'P.AP1'411.En'hlot ood. played a game M ssus: Mildred and Ruby Nor- Farm i n..,, "Ii,
JI011T iln being her first year. She was said that he _just had to go to the York county agent announced. M.\ U. Mounts, county ,
._ _ PAUL man attended 1 the wedding of Miss 'IU, ,Ii,
"MiBliiiH ltd I torn. PE\nT] MANN1NO.LKHTRll: : EVA IIIAH'o'r'l'N the only one that was hurt very city, about twenty miles away. W'eall -. -- -
Rosier afternoon.
Ruby Sunday
SportR TI.ICM Latter Killlnr: t PI tll'T.I''A"' KOB1NSONLION S'l'Ho'rll:' : urlously. But we hope she will got; really excited bo/ause Indians School News DeLand Hulley gym at Stet- I Tarpon Springs 1.\1.1, ,, ,
A Iui.JJ.:: > Hllii: >Alll!) had been near our little fort
senior Hop"i't be able to play next Friday.
Jut 01 ItoportrrSonhomoio ,__ ____ ___ .__ ANN IH MAN I'I'AHC'J'' [)+' times and If father -" Miss Retina. Clemons and Mr\ son University dedicated recently. grounds being ImprovedHow ,
Captain Struth, guard played an many recently J
iii H< porti>rKrunhnmn LAPIN Ottls Morgan were married In
-- -
; : ; II -
I IlitmrterUnorial : D1A"V / } squally good tame, breaking up left he would have to take most I r--c- ---
HftDnrlrrHFaculty CSTELITJ T of till White Flashes of the men with him and It would
Supervisor _. I MISS KLUKliXCB MATT1I10WS "up many passes. November 16. They were
Pearce looked well In center leave only a few servants with us.
'"'...=....=.......=.............=........--------.---Q--2-- 2Si5d5Z Q- 52 -- reared In Ileilbroon communityand to PlyDRIDGE
?ho went into the game In tho sec- My mother had died many years %
11. II. N. TROUXCES: GREEN I( account of diseases easily spread. Ind quarter for Brlnnon, Brlnson before. needless to say their many
friends wish them much
COVE: HIMUXOS 11-0 COUNT I Oglethorpe was an lnfl>i, i iman p> ,relieving Andrews at forward after My father left early the next
and and good: luck through life. Immediately -
gained parliament's helpIn Scootle had been hurt. morning. The only ones that were

A fast R. II. S. eleven ran roughshod relieving the conditions In t Stump, !sub-center played a fair left with me were my grandfather after the ceremony they 'I -
I left on a trip down in the southern -
over Green Cove Springs town prisons. He also saw that the tame. Although the Whirlwindslost and my two younger brothers and 2 'r" Series J922'>3o .by
families of these Imprisoned deb- part of the state, after which
team Friday by the score of 41 to tors were suffering terribly. they are not downheal.ted.they vants.about six men and women ser- they will be at home to their -s'i', ," Wynne Ferguson

0. The game was a sewed up af-1 lie asked for expect to redeem themselvesnext friends at the( home of Mrs.\ Mott
parliament a grantof After I had finished cleaningmy ; A a Author PRACTICAL AUCTION
Friday in the coming game a BRIDGE"Copyright. ;
fair from early In the first period at Heilbronn Springs.
land which should be used
o with Waldo. room, I decided I would haveto
when Redgrave! dashed over right There will be a baseball game c-ot.a
debtor's asylum. The grant was 1929, by Hoyle Jr.
I We were very fortunate In having go; out in the field with the men .
Another ,
tackle for a touchdown. near Heilbronn Springs Sunday
given him and a royal charter was Miss Estelle Davlsa s referee. to show them what to ,gather. We '

touchdown was made by Alvarez In granted in 1732, which gave him Miss Davis Is very acquainted: with had been working about an hour afternoon Everybody welcome. ARTICLE No. 7
r l' 4 the same period. The other touch- all the land between the Savannah -.-
the rules of the game, and as some when we heard an awful noise
downs were made on through the and Altamaha rivers and extended one was heard to say, "She knows back of us. Right away we knew ........................ defensive The problems or offensive of the play of of the the hand are lere very different, accord!:. ,,, t tIM.
position player. are three )
game, Raymond making one, Alvarez example lia,,,,I I.
westward to the Pacific Ocean. It I 1'\0
: what It for the Indians had defense and in '
her onions was, in one offense that will repay careful study:
; and Redgrave, the others. was to be In Ms power for twentyone already started giving their! awful : 'WOODLAWN' :

The line did extra good work on years as a trust for the poor. I HOT TII'SMr. c'JlMS: :MjTllrc Norman, Cor. Hand No. 1

' it the defensive, holding the Green Oglethorpe was born loyalist cries.We the fort and I stationed # Hearts-Q, J, 8, 4
I Covo team to threJ<4 first downs, and educated I ran to ........................ Clubs-Q, 10,9 3 Y
was ( at Oxford. lie Dowling: This hurts me the men In different places, so : :
I these being: made on passes. Itt Diamonds-K, i, 9 8 : A n
l I ; became a member of parliament more than it does you, that they could check the ene Miss Debbie Phillips who 's :
4 seems as though Coach Ihrlg has shortly afterward lie be- teaching school at Maxvllle spent Spades-4 i ZIfeartsK :
was a Scootle: "Don't be to severe mies. I went to the south end

welded together a strong offensive nevolent farslghted generous man, with yourself." and went up In the tower and the week-end with her parents 9,3

backfield since the backs had no who was full of sympathy, braveas started shooting. We had a good I I Rev. and Mrs. D. L. Phillips. Clubs-J, 6

trouble In gaining ground. John Smith and chivalrous as Girl hikers (tq motorist) : "Giveus supply of ammunition but not very Mi'. Carl and Oscar Carter and Diamonds-7S

f The Tornadoes also displayed a DeSoto.He a ride, mister?" many rifles. There was only one I Leamon Norman went on a fishing Spades-A, 10,9,8,3,2
good aerial attack completing five necessarily became the leader trip to Johnson and Hall Lakes ,
: "You're walking north cannon and that was In the centerof
Motorist No rubber Z dealt and
out of six trys. I score, game. won the fourth diamond trick in A .
of the and left Thursday night.
the expedition Eng- and I'm driving South"Girls the fort but after a good whileI passed. A and Y passed and B bid one hand, and, as Y has the king, it will )l..
The star for the losers was ?
S }p land with 120 emigrants in November : "Well, don't you know finally persuaded the servantsto I Mrs. Perkins of Lawtey was. no trump All passed and Z opened the captured. Z's proper discard on :thi
,N left end, we don't know his name, of the same year as the how to turn the car around?" start firing the cannon Aftera transacting business here Monday. ten of spades. A played the four, Y the! trick is the deuce of spades! so th.a "if

{ but he was all over the field on defensive charter was granted. On arrivingat long hard day the Indians final-. ,' Misses Mildred Norman was the jack and 1]won the trick with the king. B leads. the queen of clubs from A''

t l work and caught several Charleston In January of 1733.they' Minister: "Give me a Quotation ly retreated in the nearby ftorest.. guest of Miss Ruby Norman Sat- It, holding the ace queen of diamonds hand, Y fan cover and thus make / .
' passes The line up for B. II. S. were welcomed by the people. urday night and Sunday. ill his own hand, now led out four jack of clubs good on the second round
M ) from the Bible? Darkness had now overcome the
diamond so.Z was forced to of that suit. rhis seems like
follows I a simple
I : They landed at Beaufort and the Cornelius: "Judas went out and fort and the maids were fixing sup- Misses Myrtle Norman was the make two discards. I his first discard is play, but just watch how often plavefwill
td' Left end ._ __________ KIckllter
governor with a few companions hanged himself." per while! we still stayed on guard. guest of her cousin. Miss Pearl a high heart, to show his partner that discard from jack small of a unit

Right end __________ SternbergLeft explored what is now Savannah. I Minister: "And another one?" We had to be on close watchout be- Norman Saturday night and Sun- he has a trick in the heart suit. What and thus fail to protect their partner's

tackle ____________ Moore They selected a. bluff overlookingthe Cornelius: "Go thou and do cause we could tell when the should be his second discard? holding.Study this hand carefully until,

Right tackle ____________ Davis river and on Feb. 1, laid the likewise." Indiana would never decide to comeback day.Mrs.. D. L. Phillips and daughter If Z discards a club on this trick B you realize the necessity (or koUli J.,

,,f Left guard ____________ Graham first found talons for the oldest After we had finished supper Debbie, were shopping in will score of clubs game,from for he will lead the clubs.
queen dummy having
_______ Brownlee
Right guard
English town south of the Savan- Starke Saturday afternoon.
'.; U Miss Florence: "Who fiddled one of my brothers came to
____________ Grille
l nah river, Mrs. O. J. Phillips was shoppingin Hand
while Rome burned? relieve me while I took a short No. :2
Left half _____________ Alvarez Broad streets and Jacksonville Saturday.
public squares Eva: "Hector." Grandfather also came up Hearts A
nap. J, 8, 5,2
Right half ___________ Redgrave
were laid out and board houses Miss Florence: "No." In the tower with my brother. Miss Thelma Browning, who Clubs-6

Fullback ____________ Raymond were built among the pines. The Eva: "Towser." Finally I fell asleep. has been spending a few days with Diamonds-8, 7, 5, 2

Center ________________ Inman \,
t people stayed in tents while they Miss Florence: "Towser! Whatdo The next thing I knew my smaller her aunt in Jacksonville returned Spades- 10,8,3
Substitutes Miner, Cox, Ma- Hearts- K, Q, 7
built up their city. home Friday afternoon. ,
you mean? It was Nero. brother was pulling at my arm j Clubs-8,5 : Y
t theny. The territory selected for the Eva: ""Well I know it was some- trying to awake me to tell me help | M'sses Myrtle and Audry Dixon Diamonds-to 6,3 : A B ::

j Friday, Nov. 22, B. II. S. will colonies was already occupied bya body with a dog's name." had arrived went to the window were the guests of ,their friend bpades-J,9, 7, 5, 2 : Z : ...
get a chance to work against bet- tribe of Yamacraw Indiana, who and looked out and there wasa Miss Pearl Norman Sunday.

ter opposition in their coming tilt resisted the English: but Mary The main trouble with schools party of about a dozen men. I Mrs. J. S. Norman and children No score, rubber game. Z dealt and suit or a singleton. The conclusion; i'n,

with Fernandina High. Musgrove, Indian wife of a Caro- in America Is that the professorsdon't went down and unbarred the door were shopping in Starke Saturday bid one no trump. A passed, Y bid two therefore,that Z has exactly two he.iru
hearts and B passed. Z bid two no If A should play the of hearts
lina trader, who, like Pocahontas afternoon. queen ,
recognlze'ablllty and the students and they entered and ate breakfastand
and all passed. A the therefore all
s.eG.m trumps Z would have
... has to do to
found Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Norman and
II. II. R. NOTES a way Into American don't it. then they stationed themselvesat five of Y
possess spades, played the eipht: B make four heart tricks would! be to
I history, assisted In bringing abouta the different posts. children were the guests of her the king and Z won the trick with, the refuse to win the first trick. Then as

Rehearsal started Tuesday on treaty with Oglethorpe In which Miss Myrtice "What Is the com- The Indians made many attacks parents Mr. and Mrs D. L. Phil- ace. Z now led the nine of hearts. Whatis soon as he obtained. the lead, he could

the play "It Happened In June" they ceded a large tract of land monest conductor of electricity?" that day but they never could gain lips Saturday night. A's proper play? Should he play: a lead his second heart finesse the 'i.ick, :
low heart or play the ? Think and so win the next lour heart trii'kg.
and consented to ,the foundationof Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Carter queen
f'' which was selected by the faculty Dora! "Why-er-er. the fort. All the time during the this over carefully and consider the A can block this pretty little play,
from number of the best enter- Savannah. Miss That's battle I running about the fort were shopping in Starke Saturday
a Myrtice: "Why sure. was bidding before reading further.If however,by playing the seven of hearts
tainments offered for high schooluse. Oglethorpe was also a soldier exactly right." seeing that everything was atended night. Z had held three hearts or more, it on the second trick. If Z plays the jack

As you probably know, by this and knew that Spain and England to and telling the- men what to )Mi', and Mrs. W, II. Norman and is more than probable that he would from Y's hand,it will win the trick, but
would have he children and Pearl and Mildred have passed Y's two-heart bid. The the only other heart trick he win is
time, we are going to have an an- a war so broughtover Thelma: "Do you believe. in a do. You see all the servants didn'tknow can
fact that he has bid two no the A must win the third hirt,
a small army and three Norman attended church at Max- ace.
the years and
from about
nual and the proceeds horseshoe for luck. anything fighting
later probably indicates that he has only trick and so blocks Y's heart suit... ,he
did break Thursday night.
play will go to the annual fund. I war out. Milton: "What's a horse-shoe?" the new men in the fort were too two hearts. It is unlikely that he has a hand contains no re-entry card. This

Everyone Is Interested( In this undertaking The Spaniards threatened to invade busy firing to help show the servants Mi*. and Mrs. L. R. Denmark, singleton for, if he had,he would proba- play(also, looks simple but notice: how

and are working hard to Georgia and destroy Savan- Pearle: "What Is your opinionof So it was left up to me to Myrtle, Mam'e Lou, Othma, Tru- bly not have bid a no trump in the first frequently a player will split his equals

give: you the best In entertainment nah and other towns, so Ogle- A. Lincoln?" run the fort. man and Howard Norman were the place. Good players always avoid a no when he can only lose by so dome
thorpo with a body of soldiers guests of Mr. E. L. Carter at 'the trump bid if their hand contains a void
-- Juse: "It's a. good car but I likea The next day the Indians again

1, Dr. Tyler of the South Jackson- sailed to St. Augustine and bombarded Packard better.! attacked us and we were about to cane grinding Thursday night. Hand No.3lIeartsIO,3

ville Methodist church and Dr. them for 20 days. lie killed -- lose when my father, and l his men Misses Ruby and Louise Dixos

i Guy of the local Methodist church over 400 Spaniards and lost only Lois: "Have you forgotten that returned and attacked the Indiana wore the guests of Miss Gladys and

' who are conducting a two week's about 60 of his men. dollar you owe me?" from the rear and after a Jenneatte Carter Sunday. Clubs Diamonds-9,-8,5 O, 7,6,2\\

revival, were our visitors during Two years later 6000 Spaniards Clara Louise: "Not yet, give me hard battle we won.I Mr. Raymond Crosby and Claris Sp..rll'8-7, 5, 2'

, the chapel hour last Thursday Dr. landed on St. Simon's Island to exterminate time." was so tired when father returned Hutchinson were the guests of Hearts- S, 4 Hearts! K. Q, 8, 7Clubs7,6,2

t Tyler delivered a message especially the colony there. -- I went right: to bed and Mr, C. L. Carter Thursday night. : Y : Clubs-J,10 4
Oglethorpe had! only about 1000 Miss: Thelma Browning was the Diamonds1 S : A D : Iiamonds-k, J, 10, 4, 3
? suited to the 'P.u.ulf i people! of to- Give a sentence ulJJl1! g oblong. slept almost all the rest of the day,
Spades-A, K, J, 10, 6, 4 : Z : Spades-8
men but he guest of her friends Myrtle and
} day and held their! atUntlon ambushed the Span- Oblong to the C. of C. but when I awakened my father
throughout the entire lards and killed nearly 300. This me a reward for bravery Mamie Lou Norman Sunday after-
r program., Give one using applesauce. gave my I I learts-A, 9,6,2
That tire students were impressedby locality was afterwards called Eve ate the applesauce she could I ,-? f ..?..?.- noop. Clubs-A, 1 p. Q, 3

his splendid address was evident 'Bloody Marsh", en account of this tool Adam. Mr. and Mrs, Le mon Norman Diamonds-A, 9
since there battle. **.NNN....+....+...*tHEILDRONN and Mamie Lou Norman were the Spades-Q, 9, 3
has been quite a Give a sentence! using federal. t

discussion. .. on- this topic among One Cf Ogiethorpe's: men deserted I took my girl to lunch and fed- SPRINGS I guests of Mrs Browning Sunday. No rubber Z dealt bid defense. Before reading further,
.a Eheph\ and went to tile Spanish camp. eral she could eat. Miss Pearl Norman A large crowd from Vanderbilt, score game. any Z's
one no trump and all passed. A openedthe figure out proper play.
Oglethorpe knew that he would 6 Lawtey and Starke attended the Y the deuce He should first play out four rounds
Give one using pretentious. .... .... .. ace of spades, played ,
.... .. .. .
: of Miss Rosier and club lead B
The girls basketball team was ell: Spanish what a small army he I like to pretentious mine. wedding Ruby B the eight and Z the nine. The lead of of clubs. On the third

Leah Struthwas had, BO he decided to fool the Give a sentence using the words Miss Ruby Norman was visiting Pitt Varnes Sunday afternoon.BOATDRA1N an ace at a no trump bid asks for should discard the seven of hearts. On
; organized recently. I partner's highest card so B's play of the fourth club trick A should discarda >
Spanish. Mrs. Oscar Carter Saturday after-
elected captain and was promIsed defeat, deduct and detail. the eight; indicated to A that B held no ,spade, Y a diamond and B the trey of
the full support of her team. lie sent a letter, by a Spanish Defeat of deduct went over de- noon. ..N.N..eN............ Higher spade. diamonds.Z .

I Coach Fore is expecting to make prisoner, whom he set tree, to the fense before deta.ll.CEST.VORD. Miss Myrtle NOJ'Milwas the /, however, was a clever player so should now lead the deuce of

,. the best basketball team the girls deserter, telling him to guest of her cousin, Miss Ruby : : decided to deceive A, if possible. He hearts, play the ten from Y's hand and

had. With this materialand tell the Spanish that he! had onlya Norman Saturday night and Sun- i. Mrs. niunrhe Edwards Cor.Mr. played the nine of spades so that A was B must win the trick with the queen.B .
yet COLUMN ... unable to determine where the trey of must now lead a diamond or a heart.
the full support of the town, small army and thereby cause day. 0+...... ............ spades was. If B held it, Z's queen must If the former, Z lets the queen win inY's
't Starke Is going to be real proud of them to stay until he could attack. M,'. -Clearson Hutchinson and fall, so A led the king of spades. On this hand and then leads the jack of
Marion Gllsson and
her B. H. S. Whirlwinds. The Spanish prisoner naturallytook Wanted-Some brilliant pupils. William Alvarez were visiting: in Ray- trick, B should have discarded the ten hearts. If B should lead back a heart
the letter to his commander, The faculty. this section Saturday night. mond Gllsson were visiting at the of diamonds but he hated to discard instead of a diamond, Z should let the

who feared that the deserter had Needed: A bottle of llsterlne. Misses Ruby and Mildred Nor- home of Mr. and Mrs\ L. A. Don- what appeared to be a winning trick jack of hearts win in Y's nand and then.
t, Well folks! a few more remarks told him Miss Halla Tosis. man and Jeannette Carter attended nelly Sunday. so he discarded the four of clubs. As a returns the heart, capturing B's king.
they packedup
from ua, as to the progress of our and sailed wrong so Found: A cold. Will loser please church at Vanderbilt Saturday Mr.\ and Mrs. J. B. Prevatt were result A received information) as to Played in this way, B must win a dia-
annual. We are all enthusiasticover away thereby givingup I visiting! Mrs.\ C. B. Strickland Sunday B's strong suit and decided not to guess, mond trick. In any event, Z must score
Paul Knight.
the work, especially the senIors all claims to America.. apply. night. hisl I. so led the jack of spades, forcing Z in. at least three odd, game and rubber it
of '30. 1\8 you people know, In the early life of the colony, Lost: (Sure 'nuff), A fraterinty :Mr. V. Alvarez was visiting the lead. B discarded the four of dia I k, a pretty hand to play and one wen

been fortunate they were joined by 40 Jews anda pin. Pearle Manning cousin Mr. Russell Carter Satur- Mrs.\ Lizzie Lee was visiting Mr. monds. Z can now score game against worthy of clobest study.

Bradford' High has never band of Salzburghers, who were Wanted: A harness for a nightmare day night and Sunday. and !Mrs. C. Gllsson Sunday.We - ....s
enough to secure an an- ..
are to know that our -- ---- -- --- -- ----- ---- = -- -
driven out of Germany on accountof Theodore Young. Mfr, and Mrs Otis Morgan is sorry
nual. But with the fine encourage- religion. The Salzburghers Lost: A one-way ticket to Chat- spending a few days wtlh Mrs. much beloved teacher, Mrs. Blanch
ment from the faculty, members of
tahoochee. Please return to Estelle Mary Mott. Edwards is confined to her bed this
were given a home on the river 25
the student body, and citizens of w'eek and is not able to be In Modern
miles above Savannah Some Kendrick Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Underhill, Hotel)
Bradford county, we are sure we t
Swiss, Moravians, Scotch High For sale: Personality. Lois Col- spent Sunday afternoon ,with Mr. midst. r
will win. Let's all keep boostingIt
lander were given homes along and Mrs. E. E. Green Sunday af- Miss Agnes Joyner was the guestof

folks! the roast ley.Wanted: A milk way. Eva Mar- tern oon. Mrs.\ Charlie Grime last week Central

t "The annual is a great Invention cotte. Misses Pauline and Lorene Miss Myrtle Oils Crump state
The school gets the fame In 1736 John Wesley, who was HILLSBOROTampa r .
of the Woodman Circle
the founder of tho First Methodist ---.- Greene Mildred and Geneva Sanders manager ,
The printer gets the money, accompanied by Miss\ Amy Moore\
attended the baseball
church In'the
Georgia colony came Spuclous
And the staff gets all the blame. KODKNT REMXANTS
} of Starke, Mrs.\ E. D. Pedrtck of "
Sunday afternoon.
as an apostle. Ilia brother Charles,
Dunnellon and W. E. Freeman of r
who Miss Pauline Greene spent Tues-
was a poet was the secretary Mr.- Harrison's astonishmentmay Florida
CLASS NKAVH: of the governor. In 1738 George be imagined when, while day night the guest of her cousin Ocala left here by motor Tuesday Hospitable :
Whltefteld Ills Miss\ Onle Greene.Mr. evening for Way cross, Ga., to attend r
came over. robust grading over last weeks themes, he
The Teachers' Training IV A and daring nature proved a match came across this one. "The resultsof Emery Johns and Hubert the log-rollers convention and .

.t Class have been doing a lot of interesting for all the hardships he had to un- Laziness', following was a. blank Norman were visiting In this sec state fair which convened in that 11.
work this year. In dergo.H. tion Sunday afternoon. ( city the 13th. .. \,: i ,3.00 to $0.00 prs
sheet of with the exceptionof
winding) the study of American the author's paper name, Palmer Williams. Miss Norene Hicks and J. R. Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Alvarez of .

history each one wrote a history of n, N. WllnU.WI l>s LONE TO ( Norman motored to Maxvllle\ Sun- Jacksonville spent,the weekendIn

y one colony in the form of a story GREEN: ('O'JKI'JUSWoJ: 20-31: day afternoon. Starke the guests of her parentsMr. Free Cur storage
i and. Mrs. L. V. Moore.\ fi
Some of them were very interest- Once upon a time: Master Joe Norman spent Sun- .
Ing and although by amateurs, The hopes of the Whirlwinds Everybody had his homework. day afternoon the guest of his little Miss\ Myrtle O. Crump spent h.r .

41 showed some literary qualities. wero lowered somewhat by the Hope flunked a test. friend Aubrey Hicks. .I Wednesday night and Thursday Official AAA Iw"

: The following story on the colony loss of their first game of the sea- Someone wasn't late to class. Mr. and Mrs. G, L. Sapp spent morning in Starke guests of Miss

of Georga* was written by Louise son last Friday Mary\ made an out In baseball. Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Amy Moore. .

Hayes. It Is one of the many Dora Manning, guard was unable Everyone was satisfied with his Mrs. J. H. Wainwright i +

good ones. to play on account of Inellgl- test paper. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Greene were UIRLH! SELL OLD PAPERS RadIos

Georgia bility. Frank knew where all his books the guests of Mr. and Brs. O. ,J. .

In England along about the first The game started with the following were. Underbill Sunday night DeLand F'la.-.4-11 Club girls at r
i of the 18th the lineup: Misses Rosa Edith and Lois
part century, laws Oak Hills. Volusla county, sold old Dining Room
allowed the imprisonment of doe- Struth Guard Everyone Is pleased to have Mrs. Moore were visiting Miss Norene newspapers during October, and .

Adklns __ _,____________ .
tors, who were unable to pay their Guard Perkins back In school with us Hicks. Sunday afternoon. placed the money on a scholarshipfund

debts. Brlnsou ____________ R. Center again. We all missed her and were Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Wainwright "rf
? A poor gentleman named Castel, Kendrick ____________ J. Center glad to have her return. and children Anita and II. G., and onstration, Miss Orpha agent, Cole stated.home dem- You will meet friends and a welcome New IX-P**"*' :;

died In one of these debtors' prisons Tompkins ______-_____ Forward Maxine Hicks attended the wedding -1 JBntered from

and learned that the conditions Andrew __________.--_ Forward rAN ADVKNTU11HTho of Miss Ruby Rosier and Pitt
were very bad. They were not The; work of Tompkins at 'forward Verne' Sunday afternoon. Tallahassee State R.oad Not .

properly lighted, ventilated etc., and Brio son in center were following theme written by Miss Mildred Norman was visitIng -. 10. Golf Coast Highway may be l

causing many of the men to die ou highlights In the game. Estelle Mary Brownies was one of the beat her friends Misses Jeanette relocated In parts. THE HILLSBOROT

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1 -- __ __- __- --- n.\I>Ftmi' > COCXTY TEJ OR."n." HT.1RKK.: i iM>KII>A ____ ___ __ PAOK TItRETDI
-- -- --- -- ._
-- -
---- ----- ---- -- -- - --
t--- -------,--,---".. ;, Mrs! Thellenbcrg and daughter ''GATOR* JOCKXKY: : Pa. will[ exhlb- ;
TO i to the flrii-strinK half-bin pOHII in Hie\ play nn G.11NISVlld.l:1)ILAYMAN: t It,
t i mid aunt whose name. J Is not known l"Oft.'MIU.H.TCltO.Y uoimicn os mcmwAY./: ,
News of Florida in Short. tion. He displaces( Goodbread. on match of 18 holes with Billy
I Paragraphs | to the writer were slightly hurt --- f. ,
I when their (Hy BILL lirNCAN ) I who linn never been himself Hlncohte : 'Ilwt kle the professional at the ---- il :,
car overturned; rond
t'ahle'iv'l1CNov.: ) 13. --Sam A. :Ji i'
13 between Starke and Hampton. Oalr.esvllle. !Nov.: 22.-Coach I great performance in the V. C ,P-stone: Golf Club. This match ,1

The wreck was < aused by a tire Rachiiiiin: and Ills team of Florida :< ?;. I. game. BaulK is showing do w'tl start promptly at S p. m., and I Karl" operating a truck bot woen :'. "t, '.'

r.lowlni out. which tanned the tar : r'torn have pit lied camp In Columbia p;:ii'lable dnfanslvo streni'th. W'' !1t!<. Vf'fin Id prove a very close and ..x- hero nnd Jacksonville WOK held 'I t: '.i: I,

I LIVE STATE NEWS 1 II to turn over. twice. The inmate S. C., for lire: week-end. lo lug! none of the tiono-crai.:llingprj it'ng match us those I two pros up and robbed last night; of approximately 't; :

of the car wore brought to Hotel They enter another stiff grid battlo "ii- unsaoased at his old tailback !played an eb: 'blllOIl game at SHin In cash UH be was f.- i ,

I Hampton \vl\ere they received tomorrow dividing activities with pot; It1I thought that "rccnvlllo this pact: summer and traveling: along his routu. \' ", ,I

I -- medical and surgical attention the South Carolina Gamecocks in Goodbread w 11. alternate with at tho end of the 14th hold Packard A small coupe apparently In 't.\ ,

II from our town physician Dr. !M. V. '\ game that will have much to do Saute for I the rest of the soaaon.I had Bullwinkle four down and distress flagged Kurt: and 'he 11. :

I TOLD IJY OUR EXCHANGES M lien While the injuries were w.lli Florida's Conference rating I Hod. Bcthea, aorrcl-topped halt f ur to go but nullwinklo \plny- stopped! to give aid. While onop !' ;

i I Iu for the present sl'allon.Two more (.ame into his own against Clem- !hog wonderful Rolf won the next man asked Nod If he might ride th
___._,-__,__.,_._,_._.__.,__ __ pronounced minor yet they will remain ;u
-- ? ._-._,-'.:. here for several days before conference engUKemntH: await the son Saturday. Ilolli of Florida's tour holes making( thc match all on the running board to a nearby ,,f 'j+! I -

i"I,i, (''lty ..- Fire last night da,1 court In the ruse ot Forrest Lake they finish their journey. The Gators. One, I the Thanksgiving touchdowns came as a direct result >win all tho end of the Bilk} hole. filling station a second occupantof 1r' ,

i he Marsh Turpent s'lll former president louring car was badly damaged game with \V. & L., Is: doped to ')f his accurate passing and the Piny however, was continued and I tho coupe! climbed aboard and ,
\v i it"ld\ near here several Stmfnolo the defunct, lund Is being repaired by our mechanic. come out. on the right side of the !Irtlt followed his recovery of a not until the 27th hole was reached pushed a Run barrel against Kurt's

.1, Lanka of. spirits nnd two County bank of Sanford. l'aullast.! at General Ser- card. With this victory and a win Tiger tumble and long end run. could either win a hole but on rib und demanded that the truck-

,", i" of roe}n. Damago to the Lake, sentenced to 14 years Im- vice Garage. over South Carolina, Florida would Crabtree likewise nupnlled 1 n liberal 'his hole Packard scored an eagle I man drive to a point near the high

,III, ,?llv. estimated at 40000. prisonment In the circuit court II. A. VInson and family who total six wing and only one loss! for display of his ability working i three on a )par five hole while Bull- way which Is unfrequented.) There

for Irregularities In connection have been located here for several a high )percentagn) ; In the standing. the good left arm for several : winkle had to be content with a the pockets of the dray driver were

i ',un, tvllle The body of J. L. with the hank's failure was granted weeks left for their home In Wildwood However, the outcome of tomor- valuable passes and getting away Mr/lie four.. ]Hullwlnklo will sure pilfered for the rash.

,]III', ,, iitud' resident llvlnn: near Ills freedom on a technical, last: Monday. row's game Is by no means a nettled w'Hi a number of long runs that be a favorite In this coming match The holdup oecured about halfway I

,rM,, ,mh-,, : who disappeared) Tues- when the supreme court reversed 1),,., 10. L. Iliggs_of Starke was a matter. Wh'le: the Gamecocks caught t the Tigers; standing up. owing to the fact; that he leas playact between Fairbanks and

tn i 1I: ,moon, was found I yester- the verdict of the lowr court. The professional v'nltor here this week. have had only moderate eucrrea The )performances of Van Slckel I the course every year for the C a I uosvllle.

,la' PI .1 ditch about three milesm I banker's alleged epoch Iatioti. Involving Slndi-McKhiiiey: I l Inn home. Death probably several hundred thousand Lost SutuI'Clay.fr! Lester Slade I huvo shown ability and spirit thatIs their chances for any or several of llttlu\ tricks while this will be West Palm Beach -- Cather-

anT xi-year-old( man! when he '.Mars wero cited as having occurred of Hampton and Miss Lula McKinney bound to break out In tha formof (he mythical honor elevens. Bobber -I Packard's first start III this part of Ino's exclusive millinery shop roop-

"II ?,,' lipped Into tile ditch which more than two years' ago. and of 'near Starke, were anilely a winning football team sooner ,I Halnet reserve center Nolan Florida. There will be. a small! ned for business. ;

"n,, d to be from four to five It Is possible he may never be I carried In Gainesville. They have or later. Fresh from a close! victory Procttor and Parnell, sub end also charge made to witness this match 011 discovered In deep well In

4q, u III'pth hroiiRi to trial a'ga'n on the the good wishes of their friends. over Furmun. they are reported stood out In the line. but all proceeds will be given to Everglades 32 miles west of Miami ,

charges because the statute of same limitations I'i ) to be In excellent condition Cleiimon. with Coat !McMillan tho AVoman's Club ( building fund) on Tamlanil Trail. -- Miami Dally 1r

\\ MI.M." Haven Authorization may apply in his case. : Early In the season they t urnE'1111I Johnny Justls amid Tom Jones, of Keystone Ho'ghts. News. t':

'0', ,"ii'oads of Florida to accept i .SUCCESSFUL a severe trouncing of Maryland lived up to all advance notices. --- ',f

miiMjj i'!I.d. uncertified and un-' St. Augustine lU''auso she t the eleven which held Yale In a They fought Florida on even turns TilE NERVE, HLOOD AND SKIN SPECIALISTS ; '\

,i sntP'lt ihlpments of citrus fruits shot In defense: other mother, who |I :a: HOMEMAKING 13-13 tie. [In spite of this and other for three periods of the game und :) ,j

direct from groves to canon wall being abused Ic -I hard games only a few members held a one-point lead nt the beginning \\r 'nrecetly. rtMiiirnt nn IulerNew with err,' MiifVrrrr from any drop \ I
TU.JIII ha .
: Avunt I IIlnlnos
I By GRACE VIAL GRAY"IT'S of the squad have suffered lasting of the final quarter. Only urn/"d rhrenle lMritMc., for which. they ,lint+ l .*rn unaklc t<. ft ml n <*ur.. '' f'
within the state, ) .
miner .
plnnts 16-year ohl divorcee! \1e Ion,. denoted ninny ,cure. to Ibe trrntmeni snit 'ore of N. ". ...... ,
iiiln conditions wits an- mother of an eight injuries.On tale alert pnss defense prepared) by hrmili and .Hprrlnl l>lM.*n...*... and irrr h. the. Mk and nlTtlrtnl M..r"l months
: old baby
in a statement by i; SMART TO BE THRIFTY" tho other baud, the Galore Coach Bachman and the faculty strrlnlletN. In this. Inn. i.f Ilernere. t'ottMtiltjillotu r&nntlnntlom. and ad_ te : 'J
?" lain' it\ today girl today was free( fter .
i a preliminary !ire will reel oii niilhlnu The .1Il'h' off our llin -trle l and | erfrctiMlinrtli >
p oninu, ilooer of Agriculture Na- hearing on a charge of have never entered a game this with wh'cli! the nators broke up) .iilM. hnn .bee it |....tri.. inttl our rt.*rltiMv with thin. tlnpM. off itlwmMrwiiuil ,
single Tiger threat the the endoreenentN. off the M h" hale born Irrnteil unit hrunKhtIllicit -
r.v using Inexpensive; foods rathor BOUHOII in better shape. Notwith- every saved itinur
Mayo through the headquurIer murdering her ,., ..... .
nan fatlu r. Circuit tn health reel his|*' liieMM Mhiml! Ittlte I "U. .. B
n( the state inspection clepurt- Judge George \\'. Jackson late tliun Hip inurepoiiNlve' ones standing the bitterly fought: vic- day for Florida.iOLK \*'e ili iio< rent lueiirnhle dlNrnersr furnlNh nil me.H.*lne>. W. ,
yesterday we can cut our fond hills considerably tory over Clenibon last Saturday +-- .ieMMlnllv rent ItheumntlMiii. t'nturrlt In nil for HIM. Selntlen' Jail 'Mone ..t..
mutt here. held that (lie killing was "a For lust unco, there uroiniiny I'ellnitrn. I rid Arlil. Mnlnrln. lille|'my, illMeiiMt of won...... "ISer" ,<...... Hieelnttil
plain case of practically every man of the regu- ( MATCH: IIKTWKKN: : TKOS .. ii>.. ,..... .ll....en..e"t, Illttoil end. nklit illneiiMeN, lllnenMe of the Mtomaea
justifiable homicide. Irlk'IoiH Inexpensive' cuts of lars appear to be In top form, Joe 1'() MIATl'Ui: 1'Jf.\SliolCin'ISO! '...er and. Ivlilne,.. Illnililer. and InteMtlneM, IHnenMen nt Men. "%" .."uM anilMiitn .i
Tampa -- Robert T. Cochran, With her little girl: who Is just meat that give,( us the niiiio; noiir | ntVr<*UottMt lIJeH riirril ( im kiill'e KlMdiln. \ arieneeems and DineiiNet '
u former postmaster al Fort learning to walk In her arms the J Ikbnipiit) ns the expensive choice Hall* up-and-coming t'nd. has sustained AT KKYHTOXK: : IJOI-F" CM'H of the err. None"" end Thrt. .nt. T" those iiniihle f*. tall at* our office i.Crn. i- ,t
cuts. Jf liege rule lire properly hurts received the Tech) we will Kindly Menu t'oiiMiiltnttoti It If in A. or r'*iuent. Su tiny hue re, 1 t3l> p t tIn.
,> lardeo( county, will report mother
'irpp n young left the court room ttk :ItitM: p. m. f
jail next Tuesday to prepared and, then cooked and game but It Is thought that he too Keystone Is to have a real ,
1 10' the' with the avowed Intention of going r
begin a sentence of three months to work and supporting her mother served attructlvely we are not deprlvlnjf will: be able to play tomorrow? Thanksgiving afternoon at their riHILIC EXTENSION, INC.
) ; our fuinlly of good foodeven The outstanding development of golf club when Jack Packard well
mlsusa government/ funds. and her l.'M: West Heaver Street t
tin' baby. She showed little I If we are saving IIIIIII" ',
the past two weeks of practice known professional of the Greenville -
l\\< was sentenced yesterday by emotion when Judge Jackson !Milk Is IIIP\ of our best f seems to be Ed Sauls' promotion Golf and Country Club "
federal Judge A, Akerman after I dismissed charge against her, but when the food value Is conshlercil. tI

explaining that he got his and the said sho was "very happy." It Is nn Inexponslvp one. UHf milk -- ------ -
government's money mixed up and I In all forms and III nil ITosslhl1! "

then took the whole sum, $1,794for I Gainesville -. The condition of a.

his own use. It was more or J. R. Dasher of Cross City who n
lean a technical violation said the was admitted to the Alachua coun-

judge. in explaining that he was ty hospital yesterday morning witha t { '"
Inclined to be lenient with errant plere of scantling, commonly ,e":.... tvil: '1

youths.Brooksville. known as 2x4 timber which pene- '

trated h's body was slightly Improved -

Lack of a $5,000 last night: and physiciansstate

bond has kept Fred W. Williamson that the Injured man has a1 I I F "

formerly a newspaperman of chanco to recover. The scantling A One-Epg Cake Can Ba 'Turned 'c a

St Petersburg and later an editor entered Dasher's left cheAt. Immed- Into a Wonderful Dessert.

here In Hernando couijty) )jail for dlately above the heart pierced lila '/

several weeks. He was arrested lung and made Its exit below the wnys. r.uttermlllc: and skim milk :',

In Canada last summer lifter a shoulder blade. Attaches at the liuve good fond value. Milk fan be .. ..,
used as the Imsls, lit sotipx. In white
chase over the eastern part of the hospital experienced difficulty In
""nee vegetables/ anti lefto'erIIIt'lIt"lInti
and returned here for but when It L
country the
removing timber' In iniiny desserts!! custards ',; i
trial, set for the spring term of had been withdrawn. It was found ( puddiii unit HoulTles .
c ,
circuit court. WIH'amsoij: was that It had driven a hole the size .Si-lf-ilKln" Hour Is economical.It J(' .

charged with forging the name ofa of scantling through; Dasher's left Is cheaper to have tilt innniirao-
'tiller. combine, flour; salt and balking ,
St. Petersburg man as an endorser side. Physicians at the hospital
powder limn for ouch individual -
on his note given at a local held little hope for his recovery
housewife to do so, for the
bank duo to great loss of blood but mlllpr gives the housewife the advantage

-=- : Dueler survived the day and was ; of cur-lot prices on thosematerials. -

Tallahassee Tallah a a se e' s resting easily late last nlRlit.: Fewer eggs,( tire (requiredwhen gasoline.0.

morning mall from Jacksonville I Dasher was said to have been driv- using 'Hflf-rlsliiK flour for .

Rnd the Kast: was several: hours ing along the Cross City road when (cakes coolies nnd muffin Use e-
late collided with a only 1 egg for each one and one-
arriving at Its destination! today his automobile
half cupful of self-rising' Hour In
due/to the derailment of a Seaboard truck loaded< with lumber The '
butter f.ikcs. Sty using flour that .
Air Line freight train early rammed the timber .
Impact hall been pr 'pnrt>d for use we can I
thin morning at Macclenny halfway through the automobile and Into gave ninny dollars. And not only f

between Jacksonville and Dasher's body. are we saving money hut we aregiving

Lake City. Several cars were our family Rood: food.

scattered along the right of way ............ The economy cake below Is well .
............ worth trying on your next baking! ,
and .
traffic was blocked for several .

hours. No one was injured it HAMPTON oMt. iliiy.Economy Cake (Using Only One c-

was reported. The tracks were ; Ada M1lmmo. ('..r. 0 Egg). : x' ,
cleared the and Vt sugar 1 .. (: \ "
during morning .............................. cup egg aelf- '
service resumed on the line. - VI cup butter 1% cups / 'H. 0.
washed, free of piningflour
\Mr. and Mrs. W. 0 Dennett of alt vanilla
% Up. '
MiamiThe greater !Miami Automobile Hawthorn were the guests of Mr. V cup liquid .,' ,

Dealers association next and Mrs. M. C. Sweeney last Sun- Cream the butter' to the conslstency '.f \ \ ',. '."'',"' 5''

week will file suit In the circuit of cream. Add sugar: and,) ,, 'J,' 'Io '"
day.Miss ,
court to test the validity of the Vera Kelley of Callahan continue to cream until tb" granules 9ti

itato ad valorem tax law Dan spent the week-end herd the have _dissolved add the unbeaten 2

Chapel member Miami law guests of Miss Murrel Johnson and egg und bent until hlennVd. Add i 'of '
of the the flour and the milk alternately ". < ; j
firm It!. C. Sweeney. ," I'i, '
of Mrs. ,
) Chapel and Allen reported
then the flavoring Fold the flour \ '
today The suit will be for a writ !Mr. and Mrs. A. A. McDonald In quickly and Kently, luinilllh as "ti;I'' ,' -, I

of mandamus against Bob Simpson !Mrs AV.;. n. Roper, Mrs. Elsie and ,I little nt pi" 11111 hIe. four Into a well- \ .1'0 "

19 Dade county tax collector and Mi' Theodore Sparkman motored greased pan imd hake In a moderate ,4"1. I

Jon Frank American Legion commander to the prison farm last Sunday. oven ,!i.0, degrees Fahrenheit .
as county distributor of nev. Norris will preach at the ( -thirty minutes.' 'I'his makes I'1)1
one' large' or two small Inyer cakes.Ihls }
/ -
church next Sunday ,"
automobile license tags to corn- First Baptist eeniii'uiiy cake million' iiti Inexpensive In the station-pump PAN-AM gasoline it Io
pal the Issuance of 1930 automobile I morning and evening.
( but lubiinite. dessert. when ''
enjoyed a clean crystal-clear. It looks clean. It 10. 1
license tags to owners who The Hampton people ,served us Washington pie 'that Is, ,, f

hay not paid their 1929 ad va- beautiful program at the First bilked, In twit layers, with cream '.;;;:. : clean. For accurate eyes have tested it. t o.Y Y
lorem tax.Ja'ksonvlJle. Christian church: last Sunday eve- Illlinjr (placed' '", tw't'n layers and .
ning, that was rendered by the whipped' crenm on top. ",:." Chemists: in PAN-AM laboratories]} have '

Gainesville Y. M. C. A. The program jo
-_ Iron bars may proven it all-gasoline, all-power. o
not consisted( of Io
a prison make, but they pro- CM'lt illtl.. M.MCKH: $10.; i
"IdtM a substantial background In and vocal music and Interesting ,. 1 J' f

Dm, il Bounty Jail for the wedding : talks on the advantages of the PeFunlak Springs Fla, Stella Your motor is kept at its highest efficiency. \ ;. tt-!!I.

Jf Gladys' Drown, 21, und William young christians of today.basketball Woolen, a Walton county 4-II ,' ';:! PAN-AM is the gasoline that "burns clean, s 2
orawell. 21. An ordained A very Interesting Club girl reported $I 06 profit

mr| i took time off from daily game was played on the Hampton from strawberries, )Miss Elolae'McCrlti ',.-: because it is clean." Fill up with PAN-AM. -::Ie:

dun to read the ceremony. The ground last Saturday afternoon by :, home demonstration agent, Put it to every driving test. You'll notice A }ta
'all idio chimed in with a wedding the Hampton and Brooke.tt1all1s.. stated. '' ;" !

march, Four witnesses In- both sides played well. The' scores '- the difference-and so will your motor. :ell

"HicUng the bride's mother wereIn wore 34 to 7 In favor of Hampton.Mr. r ; ;:
ati and !Mrs. II. T. Crosby of -
ndunre '> '
: And after the cere- '
ea' to
of !Mr. / r
mom the couple kissed and went Wauchula, were the guests I .
"bark (to their individual cells to Crosby's sister, !Mrs. L. 11. Futch.
aWait theft Rev. Norris of Lacrosse will ,
hearing on auto "
First Baptist churchof '
charges in connection with transPorting preach at the
next Sunday November -
an automob'le from New Hampton
York to Jacksonville. the 21th.! .

:\11'. and Mrs. L. II. Futch hadas

guests last Sunday Mrs.Futch's PAN-AM
WVt Palm Beach Jetting their ,
and sister-in-law, 918
130 brother .
week| alimony| Is one thing lit 'r
but getting! 3,000 pennies a.. week I M.'. and :Mrs II. D. Crosby of I VVfitn youiigure

from divorced husband Is something Brooker. Income Tax .
Jessie Williams one of the your Vurns Clean \ alit
else. and Cora L. Ferguson M'ss I GASOLINE
haF the Starke public scho'ol.pent Cleat
of >
<:one to court about It. She faculty wh.. ,.. ..... "' ''''-,, Mint, ,_ leD
"'lell Petition In circuit here today ; the week-end with her par- loot,. /or ... _'. mr (...... lma tarHAROLD It/Ii
I8klnl ants. Mr. and :Mrs. J. L. Williams. ,..r laxp..1. -.... l' /
that Harld E. Ferguson Maxwell left ........ -- .. lssusud. .. I
"Wired!' to tell the Judge why pay- Mr. and Mrs. W. II. I( i t M t. _.... .4amd ,_ : ? .
meet for Miami this week where they -_ I. pe..lsr U II .. .......
of In
her weekly alimony the winter month I j ......... ,.. -- JeIW l..lr I Is ) :
wnales will spend
Is not contempt of court d ,.- srsthmNarUN ..
union Thanks -
one will| bring 'tolns There will a
Into 6,000 copper service conducted at the prwth iq.l... )npw U.s..1po..rtI. .
the court room. It necessary. giving .., i.s r dewier peer...... ,,-
She "a'd) In the petition to show Methodist church November the ... --,.. ....... -W1e.1.., I
at 7:30 p. m. Ar-
that beginning
Ferguson had Bent them inStead 28th made for }

of cash ot larger denomlna- rangements are being .\'a. 11 IP..... ...MM-H-
lion music: and everybody is invited I C. WALL W. (J. C.L.KMO.NM.: "....<> nut u..u. Y
for two weeks' alimony pay- special HAYKH: OAHAfJK, Starke ,
meat, to be present and enjoy the T. I). HO.SIEIl Raiford RETAIL bronn Hprbifp f ,t''
service. INSURANCE II. T. BOWLING lUlfora P. J. COX WorUilngtoo

?llahassee Last Thursday while enroute LAKE GKNKVA: UAKAGR DEALERS <). W. SPIRES: Lake Rutter t "
-The state movewr FLORIDA
Pa. to Tampa. Lake Genera, Florida
a rehearing before the aupreme from If. ALLEN Lake DutlerN"Elm J +'


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Dr. In Investigators In I )lIo1.lUXHH1l11 HelilmUII)

Lee Surrency age 41, Owing to tho extreme dry Extension until Derembi i i ,,'
Favor Sales Tax passed away suddenly Tuesday, Secret Session weather through this section, The stale railroad commission the time In which Florida pro. ,,. .1, ,

[ November 12th, at his home In hu'ntcrs and parties are being has five Important hearings scheduled owners may adjust and pay tuvy,
-- March 2, urged to UFO care In starting fires within the next month in of land certified to the 'nt.n.
He born,
Tampa. was n ,
1'"lntka IJusliH'HH. Mini Hero In In.lerest Tallahassee, Nov. 19.-Continuing '"'
in the woods. At this season widely scattered portions of the the authority of the dOllnlllll'nt tn'
1888, at Brooker, the youngest <
Of I rOM H4ll l4nlesTne their Investigation 'nto the affairs \
are'cutting mulching for Mtttto, it was announced by A. S. boards, has been
farmers made
JACK 1IA1M3: HAS Law, son of the late Henry C. and Hannah of the state hospital I for the b\ t tii"
tho berry fields and, as one grower Wellj, chairman! of the commmls- board of appeals of which .
)UUTIUltTY Surrency, and had spent the insane, members of the board of (r,?,>,
'- stated It looks as if every bit: slon. nor Doyle E. Carlton is
greater part of his life In Bradford hairmm,
_ Dr L. W. Warren of Palatka, commissioners of state
Mrs. of mulching in the county will be located near Under the- 1929 law
On last Friday afternoon, backers for sales tax county. again; met behind closed Citizens of Lamont, adopts t to
of the
W Q. Halle entertained In honor one a The body accompanied by relatives today. Institutlll1S'1 needed to handle the next crop. Montlcello on the Perry cut-off of bring back land to the m\ tcuk,,. ,

of the seventh birthday anniver- measure in Putnam county, was a arrived In Starke Wednesday Then executive Grasp and straw will burn rapidly the Atlantic Coast Line, will be through adjustment tho m..tiik( .

sary of her little son Jack Haile. visitor to Starke Monday, Inter- afternoon and was removed to shortly after the capitol on account of the dryness and heard November 25 on their request were to have ended this mural,

The rooms were prettily decorated viewing several of the county officials the home of his sister, Mrs. P. M ment's opened for the depart-I some reports of mulching; cut and that a telegraph office be but due to the last' minute rush), 01 I

In bright yellow cosmos, marigolds and citizens and getting their Barefoot, to await. Interment. )Funeral the day, and towards noon it was ready for hauling being destroyedby established there by the Western applications, it was deemed rlgh:
and chrysanthemums. The services were held last still In progress. fire are already heard Union Telegraph Company.An to extend the per'od.:
views on the proposed sales tax.
dln'ng tablo was very attractive Thursday morning/ 10 o'clock at It was learned on the outside important session will be Work of the delinquent tlu
with Its shaded lights and yellow Putnam tounty Is petitioning the Dedan cemetery near Brooker that special Investigators who had held November 29 Tampa when boards is in adjusting valuen and

streamers extending( from the governor to call an extra session Rev. Murfree, of K\\ Bethel Baptist -! been at work looking Into adminIstrative .SUCCESSfUL wo concerns will ask the commis- lax amounts of land for which

chandelier to the four corners of of the legislature early in next church, Tampa: pastor of the i affairs' at the hospitalfor sion for a franchise to construct a taxes had not been paid and

the table and having for the cen year for the purpose of securing deceased, assisted by Rev. G. P. the Insane were meeting with HOMEMAKING tunnel and causeway crossing ot which had been certified to tin

terpiece, the big white birthday relief for overburdened real estate, Raymond, of the Starke Baptist I the board members. It was not Tampa bay. The petitioners: are state. This law gives land ownersan

cake embossed In yellow flowers and Dr. Warren la making a trip church, conducted the funeral ser- made clear who appointed the In- the Bee Line Ferry company and opportunity to redeem i III"? ,.,'x
with Its seven yellow candles sur- over the state to acquaint himself. vice. A quartet composed of Mrs. vestigators.Gov. I X GRACE!! VIAll ORAY the Tampa. Day Causeway and which under previous lawn would

rounded by a mound of the chrysanthemums with tax conditions in each coun (?,o. C White, Miss Blanche Alder Doyle Carlton, chairman of Transportation company The have passed out of their hands Tn

and fern. The children : ty. man, Messrs. John Powell and the board, who came out of the' QUICK BREADS first named concern has had plans date approximately two million

were assisted in playing : While not advocating the sales Wesley Stearns, sang very beautifully meeting room during the excutlve: for their project approved by the dollars worth of land has been

numerous games by Annie Mur- tax to the exclusion of any other two hymns, "Does Jesus session, said the secret meetingwas Home-made bread] Is the most war department, It was stated. placed back.on the state tax books
the best the
rhee and Miriam Guy Among the form of tax raising Dr. Warren Care," and "!tock of Ages." Inter- being held at the request of most fragrant, the most nourishing .Revision of switching rates In and about a' quarter of u i" ''Ii

ga.m'l1: was a contest "Pinning the believes this form of taxation will ment was made In the family plot rerlaitt...members. The governor and the most economical food in Miami will be discussed at a meet- back taxes paid. The del! n" '.u, ,",?,
turkey's head on." The prize a como nearer being a just law and with DeWltt C. Jones, mortician suggested to newspaper men that I the woild. t ing in that city December 2 and on tax board law, together with ihp

toy turkey was won by M. y. applying equally on everyone. lIe In, charge. they 'qulzz" those coming out of Every mother should make bread December IS the commission will law which makes of a tax d i I.
Johns. Is outspoken, however, In his be- Pallbearers were: Messrs A. J. the board room, and also the members at home not only to please her go to Gainesville! to hear a petitionof document which can be fore, lo ,'d

Mrs. Halle assisted by Mrs. L. lief that some form of taxation. Orlffls, J. M. Mitchell R. A. New- of the board after the meet- family's pulnte and to save money the Seaboard Air Line, now op- prior to other liens, is out whi<,'l i>
F Smith served cake and Ice must be found that will relieve sum 0. H. Bennett, O. A. Andreu, ing concluded. but to give her youngsters; a nutritious erating the Jacksonville, Gainesville was adopted to aid in a program ot

cream cones to the little guests real estate and automobiles from F. F Stump, A. S. Crews and W Nothing official had been learned wholesome food. "and Gulf Railroad, for per- distributing the real eaian', tax(
In addition to making yeast
who were: Jean Davis, Gloria the load they now carry. From his J. Epperson. Besides his widow as to the exact nature of the breads and rolls there are so ninny mission to abandon approximately burden thereby ultimately bring-

y Johns, Juanita Barefoot, Lucy An- impressions gathered in the sec those surviving are: three chil- Investigation, and as to whether I delicious quick broads that the eighteen miles of line between iig down the amounts paid /U- \ i II,
nlo Dew, L'Etta Corpening, Lillian tions visited! he believes that public dren, H I)., 1.7, Jessie Lee, 12, It had any bearing on the recent housewife cnn quickly make. To Gainesville and Sampson City This individual.

Stump, Ruth VVyman, Frances opinion is turning to the sales Myrtle Mae, 5 ; three sisters, Mrs. I resignation of Dr. J. J, Folmaras I make these quick breads, time, line parallels the present Seaboard -

Overstreet, Margaret Lowry, Mar- ,. tax proposal, the main objection R. T Osteen, Brooker; Mrs Frances superintendent of the. institution money and Ingredients cnn he 1'ne running north from Gainesville Oraceville Gracevllle ryrllli
paret Pearce, Halph Rhodes. Em- he finds being an exaggerated Parker Grand Rapids, Mich.; : DI' Folmar, who resigned saved by using self-rising flour towards Slarke. Works established in this city

mett Perryman, Tommle RlUh, opinion of the cost of collecting and Mrs. P. M Barefoot, Starke; effective December 1. declined to -- .-

Leonard Smith, N. T. Hitch, Mc- such tax. This tax, he states, can three brothers, L. )F. Surrency, discuss his resignation.The .

Kay Johnson, Lamar Edwards, be ,collected through county tax: Apopka; A. II. Surrency, Brooker, executive session of the \
Harold Bishop! M. V. Johns, and collectors at a cost of not to exceed and 'J. A. Surrency, Nashville, Ga. board began early yesterday afternoon 1 )1ilf

Comer Perryman. 1 percent of the amount realized. Many beautiful floral offeringswere and continued until last night '

Dr. Warren points to the success sent by friends: from Tampa i at 6 o'clock. Dr. Folmar has not .1 )

HKCTION rOUIl ENJOYS that has attended the Imposition and Starke as a last token of love been"resent at the meetings.llojinl .

MKETIN'G of a sales tax on gasoline, the and esteem. Dii-ltlvH. On a Personal Inslay'llon. it
--. principle being the same. The "Though we may mourn, those In '

The Ladles Village Improvement only objection to this tax comes life the dearest,
Association of Green Cove Springswas from the amount Imposed, more They shall return, Christ when A second day's executive session lh
hostess to District: No. 4 of than 25 percent of' the purchase thou appearest; of the board of commlsatoners! of

the Florida Federation of Wom price of a gallon of gasoline! beinga 'Soon shall thy voice, comfort state Institutions called yesterdayto A3r..i/ .

en's Clubs Friday, Nov. 15 at a tax. The sales tax to cover all those now weeping Investigate administrative affairs m )'/ ....a..J. ;:.. ...r.1t... L"CJ;. .Ir"
most enjoyable and splendidly arranged other commodities would t not exceed Bidding rejoice, all in Jesus) sleep- at the stale hospital for the .uJ.i'.J. "' Miii ;:- iri: ..',
Insane ended I Quick Breads Are Mad I 'Pi. ,\
today decisionof Easily '
a a J- Ji" '
w. ;;r;
2 ;
meeting. percent, and he estimates ing. .: '
the members :, fj, :: .....d i\it' 'ft .f I
hs how to go to Chatta- ... .
Ideas .
Many worthwhile that this 2 per cent would producea t which I"! preleavened or prepared I.'t1Ji"' --' --- -- ----- -- --- ---
to make our club serve more effectively total of $20,000,000 yearly, or a e.\ltu Of Til.\.NKH hoochee and personally Inspect the 'Hour Who doesn't like nut bread ? \' ',' 'n1014'iltl'D'7/Ib7,71O1eVV'.tOftWp. /\
Institution I 'tI \ iiprjn. (rjri'jr j UtTPifirT'"rI"Jp'''' A
our community were reduction of slightly more than -- and inquire into the ad or for a change orange bread? +r _l hI 1 B1 J1 : / i \

gained: The Woman's Club of 13 mills off of real estate and per- We take this method of express- ministration. _. For nut bread proceed as follows ? ; ; 1 I 1
The investigation Is said tohave vU ; '
Starke was represented at the sonal property. Ing our sincere thanks and grati- : sugar 1 milk &, :TTTTr1UTvrl. 1 : ::: : I ,. 1\
been conducted cup cup v
Mrs. E. M, Johns, Mrs. This tax and : by several ,\ ,
meeting by proposal the calling tude to those who HO kindly assisted 2 tbsp. fat 1 cup nut meat I 1 : .
_ E. K. Perryman Mrs L. A. Davis, of an extra legislative session and comforted us during our Investigators of the office of Gov. 1 egur brokenln ... .- I '
Mrs. O. L. Beasley. Mrs. L. Wy- for the sole purpose of passing a. recent bereavement and for the Doyle Carlton. Nothing was given 1% cups elf-rU small pieces. 4'r'l'Sl; J : .1 :.::,.t"'L::I I .d r. .:.. :I.. (j li II,, ssll .
Mrs. W. out by the board members for publication Ins flour ''''' i' I i -d' _...''' J 'bt, 1
man, Mrs. G. M. Inman, measure along Its general lines, is .many beautiful floral offerings.Mrs. I 1l1 ( "" r
they having also. Place the Inn I :p 1 -,;. .', ,
decidedto sugar, tnt nnd egg 'w.- .-,, .
E. MIddleton, Mrs. Edward Burns, sponsored by the Florida Taxpayers Jacob Lee Surrency and '!d --'t..r"- .J --'CM-- "-

Mrs L.. II. Hill and Mrs T. J. Al- Relief Association of Jackson- chil ren, Mrs. P. M. Barefoot Mrs. await before: completion announcing\ of their InQuiry of- I blended houl;; add beat the until flour thoroughly and liquid ;"I. t. ;,=-'- .'..... .,. _:.. .__ .. ..,..::. 1//
derman. ville, the organization being actively R. T. Osteen, Mrs. Frances Parker, any i .r", t'"i\d': ; ""' ," \ '
alternately, then add the nuts .
,- .- engaged in working up sen-' L. ('., A, B. and J. A Surrency.. the details. pour Into groused/ bread pun, and; "I ir -=,,:;"=. :,-. -... :_:;, .\::.i::_:_.._:. -: .- Jio".d. ..;--.

'JOTII IIOLK"-GOLF NEW8 timent in each county. The organization .- Several H. men I Including SheriffL. bake In a slow oven (300 degreesF. :-=: -- ::;:= _.. :: ;=:;:- -::;=;: :: I III
believes Its \.NIKL y HYHD Hughes, of Crestview; Brad- .) about minutes. h'a5 r ;
-- proposed fifty : '; r. .
I t '* I it ;
ley Waldron a ( :
two others -
Starke golfers are now takingup law Is the fairest so far put forward I I. :I I r3LG-rIGeeF'\ : 11" 7.'rlo!axsRpA"" ,ypf ,
the game In earnest, hardly a calling for the impositionof Funeral services for Daniel Y, partially Identified as 'Rutherford I ,' '!I' lrr! :.. I. _..:: I : ;. I I'I
day goes by: without seeing 80m'8ot 2 percent tax on the gross retail -i Byrd. 85 years of age who died and O'HrJen, were Ieen! to at- ,Best Purgative for rt( f.;;tr'; :It4)I I :; ;:_.c.:.fiwA. s,. ;,,,: ,I
tend the board meting{; and 'I iU .-.... .... ..... ,...' 1't' 1\\ ',
Btarke's most popular citizens sales of'any and, all commodities Sunday afternoon at his residenceIn It was! t. '- f1I""IIr1.' ,,n -.' ....'. 'N,

on the links at the Keystone) Golf real estate, personal property, Graham, were held Tuesday learned later that they had testl- 1rtJIJ'' ;. a .M"u.s.; : ;!.......:- .., .
lied regarding what. they had ,I. iI: II!" _o; 1
1 Club, mercantile establishments. sellingto morning at 10 o'clock at'tbe late oJd !' / '' '''' iIl'c found at the Institution. r.. VII11/alit''' \g II''' llj'' :' .'1
home The nature -
consumers, theatres, opera of the deceased. Interment

Sometiedy told us that our :Houses, amusement Place: of all followed in the Dedan cemetery at made of publ'c.the: testimony was not I I MfDEL : 5A )'I'Ir

I kinds. Fresh and Dro ke '.
friend St,rnoerg had! his son out meats products Much of the testimony offered E110t 9RUS

the other day lor a. game'And that I pf the farm, grove and garden, Mr. Byrd was a lifelong resident was from Inmates and former Inmates -

Sternberg, Jr., gave his daddy a I Sold by producer .to consumer", direct of Bradford county and 1 was a devout of the Institution It was "' :----w
.. :
member of the churcha '''' '' TS.
good trimming, are not subject to the tax. Baptist stated. ,. :+sce.......ur.
.... I
Another section exempts fraternal, Mason and highly respected In *. ..,......... .

Carl Johns Is getting to be, a religious or mutual associationsfrom the community where he spent his LETTER: : FHOM; MIL HODGEEditor ; Relieves i

real golfer now. Ask him what. he the provisions of the act. If9, the congestion, reduces com. i _

did Sunday All Institutions! 'collecting\ << this Surviving him are his wife, four Tetegrajh'! ]Mease allowme plication hastens recovery. Radiant
Mrs. Ethel Barrow, _
tax under the proposed bill, Dr. daughters, space through your paper to

f Have you ever Been E. .1{. Ferryman Warren stated, would pay. the sum Miami; Mrs. Rosie' Jones, Tampa; thadk ill those who contributed to .... ... -..... ,,- ,.. _._ .
drive a ball? If not you due each month to the tax collector Urs. Mabel Price, Daytona Beach; a fund to help me have my eyes .- .- -- ... .. .. ..- .. ...-- .-.. ... r"-. ." the Co! mon Heater you can tring quick
-to Keystone ; of the county In which they are Mrs. Millie Surrency, Tampa; four treated WITH
should take a trip and later operated on. HadIt to any room in the house. It's porvcfc1'"
located. Other advocates of the sons Perry Byrd, Melbourne; Lee
some day and watch him. \ not been for this generous aid FLORIDATHEATRE can be carried anywhere. Makes and burns its own
sales tax propose stamps to be Byrd Graham; Moon Byrd, Tampa -
from my friends and acquaintancesIt Fins for in sick-room for office
gas. use nursery cr or ,
John Hagan. was out the other lurnlshd by the tax collector and ; and Murphy Byrd, Tampa. Hes would have been Impossible for .
store or shop.
to bear its [ also survived by a daughter .
for each
package stampIn
spread over Keystone -
day and the news me to have had this blessing, an' I
that the renowned Halg (Sir the proper amount. law, Mrs. Shell Byrd, Gainesville. wan and am yet unable to see Home of YItnphonePROGRAM Always ready the! Instant Ga Starter lights rfcnt

Walter Hagen) was out on the The schedule shown In the Funeral arrangements were in enough to work, i 'now! Just sciatch: a rnuth aDd turn a yr lve. Then in
Issued by the association charge of the Masonic order under -
course, and In less than a few min- pamphlet I To Dr. Smith and the attend- less thai: a minute ths! nw; rmo-Safey: Generator
estimates! that Bradford county the direction of DeWitt C.
utes there was no parking space ants at the hospital, I am unableto opens, and the radiants light automatically.
left at the Club. How come John would receive as new revenue from Jones. express'' my gratitude as he d'd WEEK .
-. "* .,.:.. '. >' 'the 2 percent sales tax plans as Among those attending the funeral everything 9ssible l NOV.Monday. 25th929. Produces a broad; fan-J! -e zone of
formy relief
C. N. Christy was heard to BaY follows: Schools, 14018.00; bond services from Starke.were: and comfort, !) "KespeptulfyVm. _._ __ ___ _"_ n_ _. penetrating radiant hef.tfcat--wanna, :

that be thinks.be; will have to give Interest and sinking fund, Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Sistrunk, Mr. \ Hodge. : you like summer sunihinc. "
up business for golf, what's the 096.00; general revenue $28'-1 and Mrs. C. A. Futch Mr. L. W. Tuesday anf2t', !

reason? Is he going to turn pro? $14,048.00 or a total of $ Klckliter, Mr. N. Sternberg, Mr. Uses regular clear-white ga' line as
00. This would allow for F. F. Stump, Mr. J. M. Mitchell, Wednesday fuel. Costs but 2cTan hour to operate

Hear that .K. Lewis has chal- crease in county mtlalge to equal !' Mr." E. W. Hayes, Mr. Oscar Andrews GAIETYTHEATRE Finely finished pleasing H appear ,

lenged the winner of the Packardand that amount, M,'. W. E. Torode, Mr. "Holtuivood llevue"With ance. Stop in at our store and see a
Dullwlnkle match. Bet this -- .--- Luther Powell and Mr. P. S. Mc- '
Coleman Heater in action. Two models
THA.NKSUIVIMI U.\XCI hatch will: draw a crowd. from which to select.
AT HAMPTON 11KACII -.-.-=_- AII.TalkingSingingDancing

FOR P. T, A. The Hampton Beach Casino will n.nnJloS: : IS I'IUCTIC"\I.I.Y STARKE, FLA.
carry out the holiday spirit ASSl'UKU FOK THIS SEASON It's another hit from the Starke
At the regular meeting of the p,1 Thanksgiving night when It will be "New Show World" I ,

T. A, Wednesday, November the scene of a Konfettl! Karnlval Plant City, Nov 15 *... AccordIng Nov. 23-26; MON.-TUES
---- --- ------- ----- ----
It announced that Hampton Dance. to Information received here, Set)
was -------- -- --- fRH
has organized a P. T. A., and that Under the new management this there is no doubt about the establishment -
the groups throughout the county popular casino, located Letween of tho auction system of Thursday and Friday -

-i are showing splendid progress. Starke and Oa'nEl8vllle, has givena sales for strawberries! in Florida HAVER and
This: means that before' long Brad series of dances In which novelty this season, along similar lines to f'Foolighta and Fools"With

ford county may hope to be more and originality have been key- tho auction plan functioning each RAYMOND HATTON

linked with state and notes. springs In the Louisiana berry sec-
closely up
rational organizations. Peppy music will be furnishedby tor. It l Is expected that L. R. Miller Comedy-"Off the Deck" NOTICE

_' The P. T. A. of Starke, under Canova and his harmony 'boys of the auction firm of that COLLEEN MOORE
the capable leadership of Its president and the management states that name, will be back In the stateIn
Mrs. II. A. Weeks, is attackIng nothing will be spared in making the next few weeks to make final Nov. 28-29, TIIUR.-FRI. All Talking

I7 real school problems and is the Thanksgiving dance the dance plans of Inaugurating the system "SMILING\ I Tax Certificate Sale
_ trying to help meet the most out- of the season. her.N. Last week he was reported -

standing need of the school chil- to have been attending a MOORE Saturday January'2nd 1930
ATTACKS ON MILK Beginning 10 o'clock a. m. ,
dren. The matter of hot lunches rate conference !n Milwaukee, Win. .
foe school children, sanitary L.\W TO in: HKAHD It Is anticipated that Florida producers andJAMES "The Return of Sherlock all outstanding State Tax Certificates, In Bradford -

a school conditions, and the need for will be accorded practically HALL I county, with subsequent and omitted taxes
closer co-operation between teach- Attacks upon the constitution- the same rates enjoyed by the Holmes"CLIVE '
of Florida's laws thereon, will be offered for sale to the highest
ers and parents, are examples ol ality new seekingto growers in Louisiana Comedy "Studio Pests" I
problems which the organization regulate the Importation and BROOKS bidder according to law at the Clerk's office in
--- --
sale of milk and cream in the W. M. H. MEETS I
to solve.
is endeavoring ------ investment
l the court house in Starke, Florida. A good
state and Imposing a $50 license !
An opportunity to co-operate NOV. 30 SATURDAY
with the school in Its efforts to tax upon certain dealers will be At the Woman's Missionary Society I All Talking yielding large returns. A chance to pick up

give: children the best advantages heard in federal court at Jacksonville of the Methodlit rhurc "![IGII VOLTAGE" u piece of land cheap. Investigate. Buy and help

k and the finest training possible Is December 12, Attorney General meeting: Monday afternoon the fo' of all
state and liens ahead
7' one which should arouse real Interest Fred H. Davis announced. lowing officers for the year were. WILLIAM BOYD your county; are

on the part'of mothers and The cases will come up before a elected: _*, I and Talking or .Singing Comedies others.'
fathers. special three-judge court. President-Mrs. J. II. Bitch 1 Sale continues from day to day until all sold.
; e- The milk and cream act was attacked Vlce-presldent-\trs.: T. J. Gr'f I OWEN M00REComedy"Nifty i Daily

;, Plant City Garbage disposal by A. B. Noble Hawkins- fln. I .

plant will be erected here soon. vllle, Ga.. dairy operator, and the Secretary-Mrs. J. W \W Numbers" G. W. Alderman
Old Town Construction of dealern' license tax act by the Sel- Treasurer--Miss .Am-!I' I

I rock road from, thin place ,to Su- bold Baking company: of Jackson Circle leaden and GAINESVILLE. FLA. .. CLERK CIRCUIT COURTrAGE
Show Starts at 6:15
river practically ville. Injunct'ons: are sought In ommtttees will be an- I
wannee completed. ; ( . -
both cases. 'he president at tPO. .,. -..,_ ___.___ v ._ I L


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NOVKMUKU; aa. Jn2n-----_ nR.\DFORD COUNTy LEGR-'rrr, RTAKKF, PI.ORJD\ PAf.K; rn'lc;

gin'Y .'- -- -... ---. -.-. __.__.. __ __._._____ h --- -- --------- ..--- _._- -.------- -.------- .--------------.-- ;

n,2ti''u''u 5'ur"ru'S'SS25tsJSasas s ra suI r":;' ., I ar<> run. I :;;1I\\ mm n county has liuun .: j.
(ont .
V J.Ubto of Mr. and Mr. C c< ugi, miu H A Groi'n wasn
..... Coopor. : Lake Butler Monday meeting! a PLANS CHECK Till i>ubU\\<.h(>r'H letter Instructed" ', Bun>d of another large: lobaciwarohouKf. ('<"
in hln' and com,iruction: will ''j i
delegation! from Lake City com- that xuch cults be brought ..
HORSE RACES that tracksare start noon to have it completed be.
name on ground the
Bits ol posed of the county <'onunl8 lone>rn
Miss GuBslo Mao Bennett and of Columbia county and County At- operated "I" direct violation of fore next tobacco Beanon.

I! :tiles Elizabeth McCormick return- The delegation Florida. laws and constitute a public Building permits In state of
torney Chapman. News at
I II Publisher of 1.'lnrlfllI'tat< l
I )d to Tallahassee Sunday attetspending seeks Congressman Green's aid In nuisance." Florida continue to show an increase tl

I local .Ie" { ;I the week-end here with having; road 82 from Lake City to TallnluiHMOc (o Sock! Injunctions Racing meets have been scheduled over last year, according to

{ the Georgia line made a Federal If Kllhrr: of Tracks for both tracks this winter. C. V. Rahner, of the !state: chamber -
I!Mr.\ and Mrs. 0.11. Bennett. Winter I of commerce research bureau.
Thin have
highway', inasmuch\ aa the greater Opt'I'ILto Operators of Kenney Park

Concerning Our People Business and I I Mrs: II..V. Knight was in Jack- port'on of the road runs throughthe announced a 28-day meet to open graph Tarpon Company Springs occupying- Postal new Tele-and e"larger "
t national forests. Tallahassee, Nov. 18. Proponents December 14, and the the Miami I
Progress. of the County and Town. 'sonv lie Wednesday where she met
Club's calls for quarters.1
I of horse racing: were program
her mother
Mrs. Alice R. Thomasof
I I Wilmington, Delaware, who will NO lU'.NTINO AVirilOUT M i warned today that Injunctions will 45 days of racing to start January Tampa -- Contrail awarded for Gi

CKNNK be sought to )prevent running races 16. Approximately 200 horses are dredging local harbor at cost of
n S252525Z5Z525252525t'I 5252. ur25 52.25-4525 t525 c5 visit her here. ;"
In the state "the very first day" already In Kenney: Park stables 12.500,000.

.l'rIIEB HKPOKT D,'. James Chase, who has been I Mi1. Stearns All persona found hunting either of two Florida'tracks operates George W. BnsBett, Jr., attorney Arcadia .......: New! front being
Wesley Mr. John
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hoover,, without a 1IE'nse'wlJl be prosecuted this winter. representing: !Frank A. Kenney built by Dozier building on West
1929. -- ---- Powell, Miss\ Alice Fernandez, Mrs.N. instructions Issued -
-- has according to
I :*! returned Jacksonville. millionaire sportsman who owns Oak street.
*& Max Min.: Preclp! B. Hull and Mrs E. S. Matthews of The warning was Issued by Fred I
by the department game O. Eberhardt, publisher of the Kenney Park, between St. Augustine Cocoa Work started on rebuilding -
60- .00 drovo to Jacksonville Wednesday
w I 12:! 82 60 .00 Mrs. J. L. Frazee and Mrs. O. L. afternoon. and fr''?sh water fish to all deputy Florida State News here. and Jacksonville, said at west and of I'enehtree ?

H: 83 64 .00 Beasley were In Jacksonville Tues _, wardens. Eberhardt made public a letterto St. Augustine today he was preparing street t
8.8 -- The Florida law requires all persons
er 14 88 64 -00 ,day. Mi' J. J. Goulden arrived! here fishingto H. L. Anderson, Jacksonville attorney a statement in answer to Eber Apopka I), J. Cohen Company
hunting, trapping or
ov, 18 Instructing suit to be hardt. opened store in Gould buildingnext
62 .00 last week and will succeed Mr. H.
86 license in their
have the
ov 16 Mrs. George Roberts) proper brought against operation of -- to ICing's Grocery store
83 60 .00 and chil- M. Sebring in the position of District that
ov. ,,7 48 .00 dren of Lawtey were> In Starke' Forester at the State Fores possession. It also requires Kenney Park track, In St. Johns Fort Myers -- Citrus canning Pensncola .. Contract awarded
76 shown to deputy
oV lx, 39 .00 Tuesday afternoon. try office. license must county, or the Miami Jockey club )plant being established In this for supplying steel In constructionof

av l III 72 game wardens< upon request. track at Hlaleah, In event races city. Pensncola Bay bridge.
JI',I 44 .00 ---- The department does not expect,
of Cabbage It!)'. and Mrs. J. M. Mitchell I'
and Onion
Inches. plants. J. F.
.00 > license
Total rainfall to use Ito field for(" ns I a 1
Klckliter. Mrs. Llbbio Stevens and Mrs. R., v w N S
the law -
collecting agency as provides
.. Clark In Jacksonville
M. (e,; H. Smith was a business were that all hunting trappingand
[ s'llor 10 Jacksonville Monday. Miss Perla Whitten of Haiford, Tuesd.iy. Mrs. Clarke remainedfor fish'ng: licenses shall be Issued ,
was a visitor here Tuesday after- a visit of several days. by the county judge. The Our SPECIALS From Nov. 22nd to 29th

J M I Lurk' of Ualford, was a busl- noon. ------- deputy\ wardens have further been
Mrs. R. J. Davis, Mrs. J. I. Fra-
| visitor to Starke Saturday. advised not to honor any receipts ,
,5 zee and Mrs O. L. Beasley attended
-- Kev. \V. 11. Ferguson of Penney for license.! Pillsbll1y Rest !
I.L- A. Drown was a visitorre Farms, was a business visitor the meeting of District No. 2 Attention Is called to the fuel CakcFLOUR '',y

from Brooker Monday. here Wednesday.Mrs. Woman's Auxiliary In Palatka that under the Florida game law Itisuit' ,1\\

) ..-- Monday. the persons convicted for violationof Bread 24 pounds $1.25 'v, l

of Hampton Emma Richard of Palatka --
Mm f I1 B' Hunt the law during the open season
las in Starke Friday afternoon.Mr was visiting Mrs. Lallu Chase here Mr. nnd Mrs. George TaPI>meyer must forfeit any l ftceime that may
have returned to their home In
this week.
have been issued to them under '
Charleutown, 'V. Va., after spend Hard Head
J B. Clemons of Drooker the game law and Unit no license

\\.M In Starke Monday afternoon visitors Mi', and here Mrs.from II.Lawtey C. Brown Wednesday were- ing and several Mrs. W.weeks A. Bonham.here with Mr. provided Issued for to by such the persons game law duringthe maybe Octagon Soap CABBAGEPer Irish Potatoes :I

Cut repair bills. Have your en- remainder of the open season. 1 l,.
Mrs. W. S. Blakely left last Fri

tme .leaned at Frank's.. List your farm for winter catalogue day for Jacksonville after fa visit charge Also, persons of hunting convicted without on license the 6 Bars for Pound 4/c! 10 Pounds 38c '
her Mr. and
here with! parents
Miss MaBelle Fore spent the so It will appear in every will be denied the license for the J0s:3c: ,
W. Ralsden. Mrs. Ulake-
Mr W.
| eek-end In Gainesville.Mr elate In the Union. Strout Agency, remainder of the open Reason" Per ; :
will remain
ly's little son, Billy
corner Call and Court. here for a longer visit. seus who have become Ineligiblefor Maxwell 3 t
J E Corpenlng was In Jack- license may not legally hunt or '

lonvllle last Thursday.Have Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and daughter, trapduring the current season. ,; ,:1
Miss Lucille Mitchell, who has
Hazel were In Gainesville Tuesday They may be arrested and prose- COPPEELast Drvp1e -Pound,45c -
in Lake returned -
been visiting City
Frank's Auto visiting Mrs. J. C. Adklns. c.
you seen She cuted on the charge of hunting 1 Ifei
home last Thursday. was j
Laundry? her Mrs. Llb- without a license If they are found
Mrs. C. A. Knight and Mrs. J. E. accompanied by aunt taking or attempting to take gameor ;r
who will visit! Mr. and '
ble Stevens,
SALT Clearbrook
Mrs.\V in Jack- Kingan'sBreakfast
F. Moore of Lawtey Corpening were shopping fur-bearing animals,

faa a visitor here Monday sonville Thursday. Mrs. J. M. MlU'bell.Mi' .The game season opened Novem '
ber 20th and the Benson on 'fur- .
and Mrs. C. A. Knight were
Mrs Lalla Chase made a business Syrup cans all sizes. J. K. Kick- bearing animals opens December1st.
In Jacksonville! Sunday afternoon.

trip to Jacksonville Monday. liter. .They were accompanied by Mrs. Per Pound16c Pound Box 40c Pound 59c

Fay Prescott Gill, who visited her - -
Fresh lot of gun shells at Kick- Mr. W. M. Bryan of Lawtey wasa Tallahassee! y Construction of ,

Ire.Mre. I business visitor In Starke Monday daughter, Mildred, in the hospital new Bw.mmlng: pool completed. 1

there. _
a -
-- I Pink
J. Alvarez and Mrs. W. t NOTICE
Mr. and Mrs P. M. Barefoot had
In Jacksonville MrsV. E. Middleton visited
I" Randall were hire as guests during the week: Mrs. I have opened a repair shop nextto
Tuesday afternoon. !Mi1. and L. E. Dowling in SALMON _POUNDPerCaalSc I
Stuart this week. Frances Parker and daughter, Stern's Garage, can repair any :
--- Imogene; Mrs Bernice Oppermanand make of Vtctrola, and all kinds of
M.and Mrs. W. P. Byrd of Frances and Mrs.C. furniture, and varnished, .
: : daughter, repaired
Melbourne were visitors here this Mr. and Mrs. E.f.! Johns and .
week:. daughter, Gloria, and Mrs. T. J. W. Knight of Jacksonville. Phone 42W. Over-Sea I Ocean Spray New Atlantic : :
-- ll-B-4t. L. G, Hemingway.STRAWBERRY[

Mrs. Thelma Steele and children son Griffin game attended in Gainesville the Florlda-Clem-Saturday. Mesdames J. II. Rltch, T. J. Pumpkin Cranberry SaUce Matches '! '::1

L. A.Davl
"r Gainesville spent Sunday herewIth I Grtffln, A. Wood, J. T. Guy,
,;. ,R. A. Weeks,. W. a. Halle
A. S. Crews spent
Mr. and Mrs. .i, l3.Sapp. Cole and Mr" i

Mrs. Wlnnifred Wimberly of several, Oa.,days being of called last week there in by Dublin the- and district E. K.convention Perryman Society of In the attended Jacksonville Woman'sMissionary the ACREAGE 1 Large Can 20c Per Can, - 22c 3 Packages 23cEagle >1

ilghland spent Monday here with death of a relative
friends .11\\
J. R. Moore of Hannibal, N. Y., la on. the Increase. Good Brand :
Messrs. E. M. Johns, Joe Truby,
Leave your car at Prank's Auto has arrived in Starke and will J" W. Andrews, Jr., J. M. Alvarez, lands and proper locations Sweetened :

,Laundry. It will be cleaned and spend tho winter with Starke.his sou, who W. Walnwright! II. C. Wall, will! cost more. Have 3 for- MILK Conde"sed Per Can 19c f
ervlced for you while you sleep. owns property near Sheriff ,
Sheriff W. J. Epperson and ties to divide to suit! ; termsto

Mr and Mrs. II. A. Dew and List your-farm for winter catalogue Jones of Baker county spent this accommodate those who

children were visiting in Jacksonville so It will appear In every week on a deer hunt In Dixie coun- wish to buy and make :.ay- Compound Pure CaneSUGAR Good Grade 3'f!

the Union. Strout Agency, ty.
state In
last Friday. winter
ment out of crop.
corner Call and Court. LARD RICE }
Mrs. H. C. Wall, Mr.
M,'. B. E. McRae and Mr. W. 0. Mr. Owen Prices 'of reaj! ..entate will j j'il
C. A. Kn'ght, Mr. '
Halle spent Monday In Jackson- Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Redgravehave and Mrs. increase, with the demand.

,.110. returned home after spendingtwo T.Griffin D. Rickenbaker Dr. W. C. Young and Dr.Jr.E.. Mr.L. You may rent cheaply today 2 Pounds 25c 60c 4 25c

weeks visiting in Petersburg, Bigga were among those attendingthe -but tomorrow the price pounds pounds, i!

III:. and Mrs. J. H. Lawrence of Va. Gainesville
football game In nay be out of your range and
Keystone Heights were in Starke
Tuesday. Misses Ruth Sternberg, Miriam Saturday. you will wake uj on the

'" and Rosalind Jacobs spent the property of another.
Mi- and Mrs. J. M. Davis were week-end Is Gainesville Co.1. D. E. Knight returned first
of the week from the southern
visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. of the state where he had MSTORR<<:
part :
W C Davis of Williston Sunday. Mrs., Fredrlka W. H., Struth have been and visiting daughter event several days.with Miami winter Is visitors already -- G. ML Inman

Seed end oats. J. F. Mi and ,Mrs.: W. L., Edwards in crowded
according to Mr. Kn'ght, and Starke Fla. )VHERE SATISFACTION IS A CERTAINTY
Klckllter. Jacksonville.
with others
the roads are covered .
Dr. and Mrd. J. P, Mack have !Mi. and Mrs.J.. D., Moore, 'o onj their way down."'- _: '" ,.'_ :_ :r:. ":"''W!'! .;A ':, .'.&'1 II /' / ,: .".:" ',,, '.-. :r.;.. ,,- _' ..".; ..-C- ,:>."'::" ,. ::::: : .

had as a recent guest Miss Julia Waycroas Ga.,.were In.Starke tIll.jj 1 :-
Hart, Paul E.Ca'nova
here to the bedside { tesdames W. H. I. '' j0' '" "I Ill,';1LJ1' 1 till III-, audiuuanu' \ iwiriMii esuim uaaiauummuwmaeuuuuwwuanwiwwuu i '
called {
I Register of Lake week being %
Butler jV.? W 'n.: Mundy, Jr., t'
mother Mrs. J. II.
of his
and Misses Jessie Williams, Laura t"uatres.r
M,'. E. E. Gribble has returnedto Moore.Dr. Lee Hemingway, Dora ,Manningand [ II I "

Starke after spending several Grace Wood motored to Jacksonville \ The Starke Bargain Store I.

weeks in Avon Park. and Mrs. J. P. Burns of Lake, Wednesday afteroon to see f I.f

List your farm for winter catalogue City her were mother-in-law In Starke Sunday, Mrs. J.visitIng : II.- the movie production: "Itlo Rita." Has for this week-end Special Bargains ,! I ,

| so It will appear in every Moore, who Is very ill. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Hall have \ : CIIILIKEN'S OVERALLS I I
state In ,
the Union. Strout Agency the arrival of a nine "
corner Call and Court. List your farm for winter catalogue announced and one half pound baby girl on I $1.25 value, sale price __ ... 98c L ''j "
will in every
so It appear
state In the Union. Strout Agency, Nov 14. She has been named CHILDREN'S COVERALLS \,
Before her marriage -

CENT A %WORD corner Call and Court.. Sharon, Mrs.Armenta.Hall was Miss Shellle. i I. $1.25 value, sale price -- ..-.- .. ______ ._ 98cMEN'S ,

Mrs. W. P. Randall and little Hutto. ; i
are guestsof
Bill. Jr., of Tampa

COLUMN son her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. M. birthday Mr. and dinner Mrs. T.Sunday Norman for gave their a Men's Heavy Underwear Suits _______ _$1.25 TURNINGThe ;

WANTED Small farm, some Alvarez. be with Mr. :
son, Clevy. Invited to
equipment and growing: crops, -- PANTS
Underhill MEN'S DRESS
Norman were: Misses Hazel Wheels of
medium 6 W. D. Brlnaon of
payment down, percent Dr.
balance. T-8-Telegraph. and Messrs. T. A. and C. A. Brin- Roberta Conner, Ala Mae Agnes Alvarez $6.00 value, sale price ______________ $/.00
11-15-21 son of Hugh were In Starke Tues- Sapp;, Mr.Lubedla and Mrs. Bill Mundy, j I: MEN'S DRESS PANTS- COMMERCEJ

FOR SALE Standard No. 3 Un- day. Mr. Carl Sapp and. Melvin and Lacy : $5.50 value, sale price _____......__-'.?-__$3.75 /
Futch of Lawtey.Mr.
dorwood Typewriter. Good con- M. Clevy Norman who Is Just, the water rushing the 'I
as over
dition. Apply at Bradford Coun- teaching school at Malone, spent j MEN'S DRESS PANTS-
Wall had as
t' Telepgraph Of lce. It the week-end here with: his par- and Mrs. H. $2.00 dam turns the mill wheel HO doetf
guests over the week-end, Mr. and I $2.98, value, sale price -..---------. I,
ents. of Williston this strong Hank help turn the j '.
Mrs. Mack Granger
GOOD ALL AROUND man wants I Carwyle Triple-O Overalls _.. $135 wheals of in this
being the anniversaryof and Mr. and Mrs. Blame -- ------------ I ISweet commerce commun- t :
Job'on permlaes. Can do good Thursday I

cooking. Can be found at D. Olin W. White's b'rth, Mrs. : of Tampa.accompanied Mr. and back Mrs.to Carwylewere Tampaby Orr Overalls ____ ..__ -_________, $IJJ.) |: I ity. Mr. Business 1\Ian.l\l:1nufactur-\ ,

P Pullum's residence on state White entertained at their home and by I\ cr or Farmer, if you have a difficult '
road 48. Robert Denlson It* with a family dinner party. Mrs.Mrs.II. C.W.Wall II. where they will Head Light Overalls ___ _____________ $1.95 I I! financial problem on your mind let .

FOR SALE-3 year old grafted I Mesdame a O. L. Beasley. N. spend ten days visiting In Tampa We carry a complete line of work shirts From !I I the able officers of this Hank help I

: Sternberg, E. L. Biggs, R F. Dem- and Sarasota.Out 48c I .
roues feld: grown. Peach pecan I up Ij you.Bradford :
and J. W. Andrews, Jr., spent 4I
and Satsuma orange trees, also orest of town attendants at the .1 I
Jacksonville. "
ornamental shrubs. VIe carrya Thursday in -- funeral of J. L. Surrency last i GET THE HABIT OF BUYING AT a
full line of Bradley'a Fertilizer. -- W F. Barefoot -
Brownlee 11.1-tf. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Tanner and Thursday were: Mrs. : County Bank i
Bros. and Miss
and daughter.
i iI
little daughters, of Florahome BARGAIN STORE
Sanderson, Mr. : THE "
and Mrs. Grace Blanton of '
III "with! Mr.
FOR Walnut spent Sunday \
SALE Lot on and Mrs. L. F. Surrency and E. L. Bradford County's Financial Stronghold J
street adjoining S. K. Johns., 50 M. D. Bumgarner. and Mrs. !
of Apopka.
by 148, good situation for business Martin Cooper of Newn Surrency Byrd and children and Jessie j We clothe the whole family for less m"euJ: STARKE, FLA. n
residence. 1600. easy Mr. and Mrs. and l -, .. t
or Mr.
Payment E. Brown Charleston,'S. C., add Mr. and Mrs. Byrd of''Tampa and I "rmm" pe..nn'''''' '! rmmmman'+'nnmm' Mnnnrr' ''''''''' ""y,,;ai'r'mmaa: !' amwrrowmn""" "'''','' ...._ r
Henry Jacksonville.
of :
Mrs. Tom Byrd .
Sonny Brook Farm Starke. It* Manning Cooper of .4 ,;r(




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_-.. __ .. __ ._ .. .u_. .. ____ ._ --, r' M onV, !.<'n fowl. aii Kill* d ftr ::1\ for two or throe j( ars. One' KNOW YOUR ONIONS IS .
I I table use or marketing the bowels) lof the ch ef benefits. from raisins/ THe

How to may be examined by setting: them<< chicks on floors of one-half wire FALL WORD TO HOUSE
of roundworm :
Farmers and FarmingBy I mp'sh Is the prevention. 'IFS
I upon fl'ol1I'nil: to end. Any fowls
I infection. If must be
I RaisePoultry they
that die should bo examined in the
I .
( Agricultural Editor; ) I i I HUmo way. Then If worms are raised on old ground, they should I
t bo given some poultry worm pow- II
present proper treatment should der containing nicotine. in the
I I I j Dy Or. L. D. LeGear, V. S. I be started at onco. form of powdered tobacco after II I

Farmers and Invited St. Louis Mo. I The necessity for prompt offer- six weeks
Truckers Are to Contribute Articles I they are from four to I
Dr.l..Oear In*"r.Junre of the Ontario live treatment of wormy fowls
I Veler.nurf, Coflauo. IH' Z. ThlrtvfUYr old. II
of Farm Experiences and Methods Found
cannot be too strongly
Yr r verfrltisirv. pnrdcson dueniesof I I emphasized ;; I
To He Best Suited) to Our Country I II.. truck and pouter Lminenimirhuritr "-ot'on I, spreads from one bird
on poultry And stork mUlnti. WHAT IS SELF-R1SING FLOUR?
.... ... -----. .. N.tlon.lly l 1 !known poultry hr....*..... 'to another quite) rapidly and the
.. .- ...--. -- -. -. .--- -.- Noted.author and Itn-turer. longer the infected ones go without -.
Is Tills Ii 11 question} often naked\ ) by I
treatment the hardor It to
WIIIII'II-.llIst whnt Is nelf-rlsInK'
Some Points In Better Article AMBANDITS restore them to normal condition. Hour I'Yomvhnt IH it iniule and

Wornrq' cause 11 twofold damage. what are the advantages iu using;, I
OP THU First of all, they grow and thriveon It? '
Breeding Feeding food that should go to the bards: Well, first of nil, self-rising flour I n

growth nod to make eggs In ad- In n soft \\lii-nt lour( to which the -- -

Of Livestock Farm IJ/"O Arc Two OniiK'l' (>r"i of The dition to that, they<< throw off a miller adds pure innnociilcluinI (f):> _

t : 1'oultry \11 \\'hol4"c.t, ''' poisonous substance which pollutes > ) <)>liate iiinl. bicarbonate, of soda, You have to know your onion this autumn-and Ilkowi-e ., ,

* --- 1JII'IIII..n \\'ho"sale 1 Lesat s the digested food matter and Is which Is ,really linking: powder, and cabboijes! and Italian squash! "> t'nlriw and salt for ff'1l( son In:.:. So It Is lifter Combined In new and unique ways with cheese and plqu, '
YIoc'olJ" nt!
Prompt "
I received ofa absorbed with it into the blood.
Recently a copy V. H. P.\\OKH LAIUHIATOUY till\ a ready prepared or pre-leuv- old vegetables of sumiher> beccmo complete foods energy-bud.I") leaflet No from the United AtrusurcM: Are ,\Collft'dg"III'It This digestive disorders, I d
( ron ('nUt'S causes '*n<>il Hour What has been Just a Bide dish for summer may, with II n ,; ..
States Department of Agriculture "4-ni, loss of flesh, lowered vitality and Using self-rising.) : flour In the right cheese, easily become the piece da resistance ot the aiinm,,"i" ", ''I'b,,{ **
' on improving cattle in areas freed Ions of ability to resist disease. I home three times ench lay bus or dinner eo0
Provision Is made for the establishment
of ticks. Since' the tick Is being All everybody knows who roads am convinced that, d'rertly or Indirectly many iidvnnluges. The greatest Try dressing the ordinary spinach peppers, or cauliflower lent

Yi c 'ad lea tod from Florida now It of a citrus by-products this newspapers, the criminals of at least 75 percent of all thins: about It U Its dependability.. one of the new recipes Just evolved and tested by Marye Dahnkc, in t .e Boat?

it attracted my attention. On reading laboratory in Florida: under the our large cities run like the wolves diseases: and losses among chickensare ) In fact, lf-rlslng;, (lour gives the Econcmlc kitchen of the Kraft-Phenlx Cheese corporation
only source of a uniform biscuit AUTUMN VEGETABLE RECIPES
I It, I found a number of helpful] proposed congressional appropriation their savage natures resemble: in caused by worms.
3ur( ; limes a yenr. Do not add buk- Macaroni Stuffed Peppsrs
)l suggestions: for raisers of both for continuance of Mediterranean packs or gangs. Singly they woulddo The most practical, cheapestand log soda or baking powder. to If. R ercon peppers" 1 cup bread crumb

' ,, dairy and beet cattle. fruit fly eradication campaign comparatively little damage and most effective remedy I have When n woman /nixes soda and 1 cup cooked macaroni 1 teaspoon Worchantor l,",, "", ',"..
1t While President Wilson had his according to information received would soon be put out of ljuslneus. been able to find is nicotine. It I buttermilk. she has no way to tell 1W 1 cup cups euukod united tomaluu American choose 1 can Salt tomato popper,soup pnprlku

points, this: leaflet has its 10 today by Gen, A. II. niand- Working! together, however, they Is most accurately and beneficially j I accurately about the acidity of the Roniovu tops and i."o"I.l from peppers( and boil/ lor B minutes m i
points It listed 10 points each: In lug, production manager of the ( a use untold loss of life and propel given, to mautre and nearly mature I I buttermilk without taking: it to a Drain. Mia mucaroni 1 cup of cheese lomaioen. crumb. Worchcatt' i-ln, same usitr",
" better and better feeding Florida I ty with a freedom from dangerto I birds In the form of laboratory, and) If she, wants to pvimrmlngi to insle. Stuff the pbppcrs. with thus mintura. Stntul 'th, ,t", enclt.
p breeding Citrus Exchange, from H. pills.: Feeding I a baking dmh pprtnUIo. mnimlor ru f the eeat, tpanJ pour around tin .t .
on t
rl themselves that Is truly amaz- have n flrst-clnss biscuit, the soda: soup aliuhtly diluted wrist witter. Uaka in a moderate oven, SCO f ",m.q
:, which I believe worthy of repealing A. Green, representative )In congress : powdered tobacco in the mash is dear in 0 "

&4, ?;' here Here are the points from the second d'strict.Mi : 'ng, A rather striking parallel to no longer favored by most compe- I and pad\b other.butlcrmljk In the must self-rising neutralize Hour mliiuiM i Cheese and Spinach

t on better breeding: Green's advices to General this disease of society, tile modern tent authorities as many of the the leinenlns Is accurately proportioned 1 cup milk t* teaspoon pepper

1. There In no best breed of niandlng followed a conference In criminal. "gang" is to be found In fowls which! need treatment worst I by weight and on a basis of ...n 2 cups teaspoon grated salt American cheese 1 1 'cup lurire bread can spinach crumbs

} livestock. Washington: with Dr. C. L. !Mar- all too many poultry yards.I refuse to eat it and the others may'' a minimum( whereas, the other 3 alices bacon

; 2, Select:: and raise the breed '!'ult, chief of the bureau of ento- refer to the alarming prevalence suffer from nicotine poisoning.In WilY Is usually a maximum and first the milk In a double Dollar add the x:rate d cheese and nr'nntt"\ ?'
I stir until cheese la molted Thoroughly drain the spinach and ads ?
V best adapted to your locality. Encourage lUology and chief of plant quaran- of worms In every section of the case of serious worm infection guess work nt that Mix well, place in H bakinv dish and cover. with brrad crumbs, and the it I b t to,turn the| milL,
tho neighbors to do likewise I tine and control administration tho country, of which there are as with most other poultry :Self-rising; Hour Is economical for uiucca. Oaks 30 minutes in a moderate oven 360 dcKrnes. eau

for community breeding has and Dr II. (I. Knight, chief of bureau some 36 varieties known to veter- troubles, sanitation: Is a most ef- nil baking purposes. In addition Noodle Ring with Cauliflower
the saving In the purchase! of baking 1 broken noodles
) cup etfff tablespoon chopped
many advantages. of chemistry and soils who inary science. Only three need be tectlve Tho of round nrj"v >
weapon. eggs powder, soda and, suit, It also 1.Va cups milk 1 tablespoon chopped uniuit', I
3. Use only purebred sires of told the Florida congressman that mentioned: In this article. Of worms are laid in great numbers saves eggs. The leavening: N. so 1 puakaiie Velveeta Salt pepper, paprika i i
I soft bread crumbs 8
good type and good blood lines the laboratory will be put Into operation these, tapeworms will be treated In and passed out with the droppings. generally: distributed that It does U cup cup butter 1 ogee medium site cauliflower .'t

I 4. Sell for slaughter or c astral If the recommendations of a separate article. The other two Other fowls eat them with food not require so many eggi. In tho 1 pimento chopped
are the large round worms which original recipe for the standard Cook the noodles In bolllnc salted water until tender drain and place In ..
f'c. o all scrub, grade and inferior the United States department of and water, then they hatch and : ditim alas well greased mold. a a
ring; Heat the milk in a double boiler mid ,
purebred sires agriculture as to the appropriationare aro found in the small Intestinesand grow In the Intest'ncs. These eggs 123.4 butter cake, four eggs are in pieces, and stir until Velveeta. is melted Add bread crumbs", yhwa'broken Duller
i( 5. The use of purebred dams as favorably acted upon by cong- the small round worms or pin retain their ability to hatch for required( If using plain Hour. Sub- bimentn. parsley. omen and seasonings. Mix well and add beaten eggs Pour thu'
the noodles in the and bake
stituting 8l'lf.rlslllll Hour In the sauce over ring in a moderate oven, or ji'rm,
well as sires will greatly hasten I worms which inhabit the Caeda! or many months. Strictly eonltary two steamer until/ firm. Turn out on a round platter. Conk the cauliflower .h...IBS. u
ress.A Blind Pouches. The Is same formula requires only salted water Drain it well and place in the center of the noodle ring Sprmklt
Improvement In herds. laboratory provided for in this former conditions should be maintained In
eggs Use cine egg to every one grated cheese on top of the cauliflower and garnish the mold with panic
6. Pure blood animals shouldbe manner! will not be permanent, from one to four and one-half house and yard. nnd a half cupful. of self-rising

registered and their ped'grees but Mr. Green learned that the Inches long when full grown; the Lime should be spread over the Hour NKW 1MSHKNGEH t'tt. .;nULES'' l'() 'I..HY i'itosriris- ; : <.
studdted. department: of agriculture hopes It latter measure only one-half to yard, turned under, and a quick- You can take any of your own I

7. All kinds of animals are will be the means of getting the three-fourths of an Inch In length. growing grain planted each month. fuvoilto cake recipes and change Beginning Sunday, April 21st, Jacksonville, Fla. hid (utiom

., more profitable when well fed and work started and after the fruit Both young and old birds are Houses should be thoroughly it Into n self-rising- Hour\ recipe. Seaboard Railway schedules for aro that 1930 will be a good year

I cared for; good breeding helps fly fund has been expended an commonly affected. When very sprayed with a strong dip and dls- Use one to each whole one egg and or a half two cup-eggwhites Starke were posted as follows: for poultry, C. H. Magoon, poultry

feed to give the best results Item may be Included in the regular young chicks: are wormy, growth is 'nfectant solution. Droppings funs of Hour, and ndd one table- Southbound specialist and assistant \'ounlyaKent

8. Keep breeding stock free of appropriations to the depart- usually stopped. This is the most should be removed every morning, spoonful of liquid for each: egg No. 1-(Local) 11:19: p. m. of Duval county believes.Palmetto .

disease and parasites by close attention ment to continue: the work from common cause of runtlnena.! Lay- or dropping boards should be- protected omitted from the original recipe. No. 11- (Local) 11:23 a. m. A --

_ r to sanitation and by year to year. For the present, Ing hens are sometimes Infected to with wire mesh. Feeding Omit all baking powder nnd soda. No. 107--(Limited) 1:19 p. m. Combined) grocery

prompt veterinary treatment when however, it is felt that the experi- such a degree that laying falls off troughs and drinking vessels and Do no unnecessary hentlng. Do No. 191-(Limited) 10:34: p. m.1'oQ.thlIOUIIII 'I and meat market opened In llalejr
needed. mental stages of the undertaking materially. There may be an unthrifty the like should be arranged or pro- not let batter stand after mixing. '\ I building

9. should be should be condition, dullness, droop- tected In fowls Bake at the correct temperature. .
Inbreeding practiced a part of the eradication some way so can The most common mistake in No. 2-(Local) B:35: a. m. -

only by the most skillful campaign.The Ing of wings, loss of weight-pale- not roost above them or get into baking cakes Is In having ton hot No, 12-Local) 3:05: p. m.

breeders. communication from the ness of face, wattles and comb- them with their feet Dampness nn oven.: Keep the oven nt 350; degrees No', 108-(Limited) 5:41: p. m. ; COFFINS & CASKETSAnd
10. Keep records of perform( second district congressman came and very often lameness. There and wet spots in the yards .shouldbe F. Wannee Branch tharln 101 now !

ance of your young!.; breeding ani to General! niandlng in responseto are also many cases which show eliminated. leaves Starke 7:00: a. m., and train it Full I.iiic of
mills letter no external symptoms. If possible, baby chicks shouldbe should be
( a transmitting resolutions! Tree planted so as 102 arrives Starke 2:40: p. m. I Undertakers'
The points In better feeding are recently adopted by the Hoard of The only positive way to detect raised on new ground or on not hide desirable views, but rather nine Bus Ijlnea I Supplies

these:) : i Clrectors of the Florida Citrus Exchange worms is by a post mortem exam- ground where no chickens have to frame them. Northbound-8:59: a. in., 1:58p. : AUTOMOtJILi; HIMItSKAlwuyM : :

1. Growing animals. make the asking that a citrus byproducts m., 4:30: p m., 8:28: p. in., 5:10: on llniid. The .freer

: host use of feeds; keep them grow- laboratory In the state be a. m. twice. nt the li."..Nt prliei
/ + ing. made an enterprise of the Sun Vacationists ,,
depart- Bathing Favor Southbound-937; a. m., 11:37: 'c..1 attention trt Iclfurnphorder !

2. Start feeding before wean- ment of agriculture. A recommendation a. m., 4:07: p. m., 6:37 p. m., 11:50 *
lu g. to this effect had previously p. m. It IoISTRIII'ITf1I111.nIFa: :

3, Balanced rations supply anti -' been agreed upon by scientists St. Petersburg As' Ideal Mecca _. HEWITT C. JONES

r mals' needs with least feed. In the employ of the department, The man who develops! a high s'V' ..film, KI.OltlDV

t, : 4, Water and salt should always including Dr. E. M.\ Chance, senior u -------.-. --. _. producing herd of rows Is doing
be accessible to animals. chemist of the bureau of chemistryand something for humanty.I : .

5. Legumes, pastures and succulent soils, Prof. It). C. nianck. chiefof t e
feeds. aid production and the food research division of i .

profit. that bureau, and Prof 'V.V..

6. Feed liberally and regularly. Yothers/ special worker In the division I

of tropical,. sub-tropical and BUOWNLEE BROS. G. W. ROBERTS
1, Breeding an'.mals should be ornamental plant Insect investigation -

kept thrifty, not overfat. of the bureau of entomology. Starke lawtey

8. Good feeding equipment --Tampa Times.

prevents waste of feed and labor. ---- -.-----. --- -- .. ,- .
9. Parasites, exposure ond ov- _. .
er-crowding retard and waste feed. I :
: I t-II OI," ,\NI OS t a
10. Study feed costs; not all I 1'Yoni C'lub Itojs Ilccordi ,[
balanced rations yield equal l profits ,I I Useful Books for YouWe


Leon Davis, Okaloosa county,

Wllt'K FAUM ritOOUAM raised 1250 pounds seed cotton on : I v : have a seriesof, helpful bookletsone -

his acre at a cost of $33.35 Ills 1 I" Sr for each help increase
Su*WotWffex f,Sun etriftrl Y' crop-to
profit was $ j 6,115. ev.w THE vN CUNNy tiT.
Gainesville Fla. All of the
Tom Leonard Santa Rosa Ic0: DI.rH anal your profits. Sent upon request, with-
county _
changes that Radio Station WIlUF r cbsrF '
: JfFER/Nt; j
t the state-owned station at the University made a Duroc-Jersey pig gain r Eu.oiR j ,( r ., i/7CM Trl1 k out charge-or come in and get your

a' of Florida, has made will 222 pounds In 180 days. -e..nlIN : ., rAoSTof o It know fertilizers.
Yutch Lee \ ; copies. pays to
Santa Rosa '
not affect the time of the farm county, Pfrrase0l6
program. 'It will still be given grew an exceptionally line cover !1" P'l WretTfR 8 Facts prove Bradley's pay more profit
from 1 to 1:30 Eastern Standard crop of vetch on his acre last win .t 'ii
: ilt'l.' ", .,' "" .' for dollar invested in fertilizer.
ter. He every
y? Time, but on the new frequency of produced 67 bushels. 6f !fV1 :lf ; .,;" / .
corn at a cost of 18o per' bushel V- .w ,,, ",I'
': 830 kilocycles--about the mUldle \ l :',t/ < ,
of your radio dial. summer. He used no commercial -

The program for I the week beginning fej-tlllzer.! The vetch added a:; !

November 23 follows: enough nitrogen to the soil toproduce BRADLEY'SFERTILIZERS
l crop
Jioy 23 Agricultural news '
review Florida Agricultural K- Colllo Pitts, Santa Rosa county, ,::: .

tension Service produced 11 bushels' on Ms! acre at : i

Nov. 25 Wlnetrlng Bees-II.H. a cost of 42 1-2 cents per bushel. ,; .' '

e state. Foster plant, apiary board.Inspector for the I to.soda used, a side dressing of nitrateof :r:: cit ,,. '.,.... 4 4sgt ., :'e. ("AA QUALITY")

Report of Extension'! Section, llermond Weils, Santa Rosa Look for the "AA QUALITY" seal on. the back of every

Land Grant College Association at county, produced/ 1,182 pounds of ..' -lL'j send, cotton on his acre at a profitof -
ChicagoA.. P. Spencer, vice dir --
: .
$47.27. 'I '
recta Florida Agricultural Ex- .
Martin Raker, Santa Rosa county 't; 3 r" ;
tonilon Service. N' .
produced' 1,170 : -- -- -. .
pounds seed :
Nov. 26 -- Chats to Citrus and ; .; # <" ;;.. -- -
cotton on an acre at a profit of : L<: '
Jegetablo j : Growers from U. S, Ie- n T : ,
$44.33 YIFMR ,
: -.irtment of Agriculture.Nov. .
27 What the Garden Oble Ilattaway, Walton county, YES We can charge your q qff1

ijTurnlshes the Home-Dr. .1. K.dTurlington produced 67.5 bushels ot corn on S'a'At/AMP! $ C17tV7ACiIN4 SUN '7.4 J& LV4CKS e a ,.,trl. f4VER FOR SuN SANeR.II

professor of Agrlcul- an acre at a cost of 29c per bushel_. li.T JOHN I.ODVUCK I tired of sun fathers gather every day conducted dally art the municipal STORAGE BATTERY In ,

j.tural Economics, Florida College, Ho side dressed with nitrate of ST, PETERSBURG. Flo.-Sun bath- from the nearby hotel to Indulge 'in beach for the sun bathers. Classes
1:0dlHe!: used Tidsdalo their un baths. start at daybreak and continue
corn. ing .
of originated as a fad here three
; f Herbert 1 Hand ball and volley ball courtsare through to twilight.
Nov. Primer Henley, Walton county, years ago. Since then the fad has
28 for
-- Town provided for the free uae of sunbather Observer come to St. Petersburg
Farmers, and Thanksgiving Features produced 43 3-4 bushels of sweet developed Into a habit for a goodly) I *. In another Inclosure, the from the world over to study sunbathing Stark
from U. S. Department of Ag- potatoes on 1-8 acre at a profitof percentage of the tourists who come un 'bathers are entertained by ama- and Its effect upon the hu- S mzt h' Garage
;' riculture.Nov. 33.90 here'each season to escape the chili teur boxing contests dams table I man body. Physician are interviewed Fla.
--Composition of Green Coy Bell, Walton county, pro- winds and the bltlrxi zero weatherof for bridge and BOO. chess. checkers aa to benefits and In every Instancethe
duced 1,2'5 pounds seed cotton the cold northlaud. Sun back and dominos are also provided.' observers have taken the sunbathe -
Manures for nest Crop ProductionDr. and heavy tan coata continue more Individual cabinet for devotee of themselves to complete their r2c sas SL2r
one acre with a of ; s saosasa s s
W A. Luekel, associate agronomist profit $62.74. In style than ever before and this the healthful and Invigorating fad are reports. sasasasa

Florida Experiment Sta- winter will ace the vogue taken up available at reasonable fees. City official and pollee officer of STRA {WBERRY PLANTS
tion. WnusI.KB: : 75; HATS by thousands of newcomer.. That the fad Is a great complexion St. Petersburg do not take a quere-

,F No longer do un bather attract aid Is Indicated by the ever increasing loua and interfering Interest in sunbathing fifty
years have
k St. Augustine, Fla.-Seventy- the curious to the bathing 'beaches number of the younger flapperset on the flimsy pretext that It berry plants grown ami sold the best straw-
? WILL PLANT TO L\TI'K: five hats were made by women's Back bared to the caresses of Old 801) who .are dally exposing their la Indecent or Immoral. When men with grown. See our agents and get your orderIn
clubs In St. Johns during are ccmmon over the mile of sandy bocks face: arm. and leg to the and women boy and girl are seen them or mall direct same tn me. Plant crop i IS
county stretches. In the solarium providedby aun. Even the children are taking sitting along the edge of the beach short this season every place so we advise you to get or-
Stuart Fla.--over 600 of October
ag acres Miss Anna. E. Heist, the municipality for the use of to the Idea with the full approval of with the straps of their bathing Mitts der In early and make sure of ;your wants.
), tomatoes will probably be planted home demonstration agent, an- un bather., privacy I* afforded for I parent and family physician For dropped and their backs bared to the '5 Iy agents: are N. and
In Martin county this Reason, C. nounced. those who wish to bare their entire 'the kiddies taking the dally stint in healing ray of the sun it I* accepted J. M. lirownleo. Wainwright: Jr., JoF.. Flume,

P. Ileuck. county agent, believes. bodies to the healing ray of the sun., :. the bright warm unahlne. awing, ; they are not only permittedto beds Prices good Missionary from fOlinIC
Pigs need plenty of shade and Within walking distance of the Sunshine teeter-totter (lldeo. parallel an. continue their sun bath without 1000 to 0000 $3. Over OOOO, $2.73 f. o. b. IK-I*.

U doesn't take long to plant a clean drinking water during the city hotels and shopping center ,miniature merry-go-round and land Interruption but are protected against
t la the recreation pier and 8t. Pe- pile hare been Mt aside. Interference from thosa who may not J.A.BAUER
crop carelessly-or to count the slimmer months. Are
yours get- tcrsburg'a largest and moat popular Physical culture daises under the take the gift of healing tropical sun. LOCK BOX 33,, JUDSONIA, AHK.
e profits resulting from that crop. J ting them lathing beach. It la her where hua- direction of trained Instructor are light In the proper spirit. -


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r'' r and all the people ot Nineveh rein evening of the first Sunday in There's Tea To Everyone's Fancy duth' flonni-M wi,'re vl<< tint? at Ua.ord .- ti

nti'(1 and fasted unto the Lord. I i each month by the pastor, Bro > SundmMr '.

>.xol1. of Jacksonville.ritUsllVTKKIAN. Hundreds of Kinds Offered and !Mrs A_ I. Sullivan\ wan
And God saw their works that Among
.--- visiting her mother, Mrs. David'
they' turned from their evil way;
: Jones In Hampton Monday night
fled (nod repented of the evil that I
M.1. O. M. Bennett
was a visitor
hud said that ho would do unto I

Thy word is a lamp unto my feet, and a light unto my path.--Psalm 119105.: I'w t : and ho did it not. But It Truby 10 a., an m.pt.Sunday school, J. M. TEST/Nt: to Mr.Stnrko L. C.Monday.Lee and children Donald M
111 1 KpKased Jonah exceedingly Q III
11 a. m. Morning worship, ser- TEA a Bruce and Glen from Doctor ,'
1TTrttilllrt'f Jr.u:1 Al1 rel'gloua doctrine or and aldvas not this my say- I
MlirWJlUlJilW creed if mon by pastor.' Theme, "Oratl- Inlet
they are any claimipon lug?! Therefore I fled before .. 1a'
rhe lave loyalty and devotion of the people, must be In harmony with unto TarisliiHh; for 1 know that tude." A special thanks offeringwill M. and Mrs D. W Moore were
She teachings of Jesus the Christ whose words fit into every fold and crevice be taken for board of national Z visiting his mother In Starke Sunday -
L t tin human heart, and of whom it was said in John 7:46: "NEVER MAN thou art a gracious God and merciful miss'nns. ( night who is ill\ at ths! writing.
JpAKE LIKE THIS MAN." ( slow to anger and of great *
6:30: p. m. Christian Endeavor,
kindness and reppntest thee of
WnaI ts said about those who "hall also the Son of Man be to the evil." Jonah like most of us, topic, "Thankogtvliin; Through Kiusr :Mii. : >i-iy IN THUKKMOVTIIS : :

,ng. n' the Lord? Answer read thin generation The men of wan selfish, without love for. or Thanksllving." Meeting will be in : : 1'4)X}) iv: STATE:

40ln, I M5 1. 2. Nineveh shall rise up In the judg- desire to aid, other people whileGod's charge of the Intermediates, Lydia 'ci' ---

Ever) Present Katlor ment with this generation and love Included all nations. Scott, leader. I Orlando Nov 13.-,.The first
('hrlsl.> l Our and shall condemn It: for they repented Jonah "had not preached l with: 7:30: p. m. Evening worship truce of the Mediterranean fruit

Matthew 28: 20. Lo, I am with at the preaching of Jonas; any desire to'have the people re- song and sermon. I fly to be found iu Florida: In nearly

\u ways, even unto the end of and behold a greater than Jonas is pent. lie had simply warned the Prayer meeting on Wednesday r ri throe months has been discovered
Ie, w ,rid. here." Nineveh was a city of more city as a matter of duty." Have evening at 7:30.: 1Jn f ton'1 $ In an orange grove ten miles west!

initii/ H : 18-21. I will not leave than a million people, the capitol you knoyn Christians who appeared A cordial Invitation to all our of here,

IU tmfortless, : I will come to of the Assyrian empire was about services extended to all. As result
I ( to have that spirit? Then Jonah a fly fighters in large
?? i'i Yet a little while and 600 miles northeast from Israel ",,\\ent out of the city and l --.-,- numbers are busy today spraying' !:

I K win-Id, seeth me' uo more: but and was a cruel and powerful ene- made ( him a booth, and sat underIt IIU'TIHTSunday trees destroying fruit and hunt-

". me. because I live, ye shall of the small Jewish -
my nation. till he might see what would ing for more pests
,'I, ,,20. At that day ye shall Humanly speaking It was natural bncomo of the city." Dut the city I scrool at 10 a. m.. J. F Ths discovery of the Infestation

ini lint I am in my Father and for Jonah to object to going to wan not destroyed. The sun was Klckllter supt.1Vorehip made the federal fruit fly quaran-

in/. !me, and I in you. 21. He Nineveh and warning those people hot and God prepared a gourd I at 11 a. m. and 7:30: tlno regulation automatically effective -

.I',1' it ith my commandments, and against impending destruction In the infested
vine which made a shade over Jon- area a zone
.)1', Ih them, he il Is that loveth Our lesson says "The word of the alt. But a worm destroyed the vine II' m.Morning subject: "Patriotism." of one-mile ra
mil he that loveth me shall be Lord came unto Jonah saying, and Jonah became faint and angry. 11. Y. P. U. at 6:30: p. m John I _

v., d i ii my Father and I will love Arise go to Nineveh that greal "God said to Jonah Doost thou Powell president Starke -- Work on Road No 28

? m uid will manifest myself to city, and cry against it; for their well to be angry for the gourd!? On Wednesday evening 27th thru here and streets, in western

m wklitdness Is come up before me." And ho said I do well to be angry, the YIV.. A.'s will provide a pro- part of town connecting up w'th H
| Praver: We would teek Him But Jonah did gram under the leadership of Mrs i
not want to go to even unto death. Then sad the It. progressing; rapidly.

rli ''iirneth the shadow of death Nineveh, and "rose up to flee unto' Lord Thou hast had pity on the Ceo. White. Arcadia -- Koch: Drug Companyin
jio the morning: The Lord Is Ills 'Tarshlh from the of the gourd -*_.- I
presence and should not I spare I post office Arcade building, added -
nm> Lord.'' Jonah went down to Jop- Nineveh wherein are more ANNUAL TIIANKSniVlNfl/ new fixtures.

--- pa on the Mediterranean Sea and !than six score thousand persons SEH\'ICI': I S
SUNDAY' SCHOOL took passage on a ship going toTarshlsh. that cannot discern between their ('01'vn "i'"I' II' '" ':" '\ 'r'ealV'I'111.1'
in The annual union Thanksgiving NEW YORK-Tea presents a wider tea and any other beverage or a* there F'IV "," 'IM. M'I't'rF-
a city the south of right hand and their left hand? .
LESSON 1111<:\1'1' 0|<' MlllOMl. I'-l !MXllUlrl.t
variety of distinct flavors than any are between coffee and chocolate, yet
Spain. Then follows the accountof That Is 120,000 children. service of the churches of Starke
I other beverage known to man. not one out of 100 home managers in '
the storm and the casting of "The Higher Patriotism" and will be held in the Baptist church The perfect hostess If she wished America appreciate this fact. Most N... .1

KU NOVKMIIKU:: : :lit, 11)2!) lots by the ship's crew and pas Foreign Missions are about the Thursday morning November 28, could nerve a different blend of tea of the other peoples of the world month For of Hrndforil April 1929.ieiiernl County. for the

{ Subject: The Higher Patriot Ism. sengers to learn who had offendedthe same at 10:30: o'clck. The sermon will every day for months It Is disclosed know their tea better than Americans ( Mt-huol I'HiuUHal. .

[Golden Text: "And hath made gods and brought the storm The Ninevites were enemies of be given by Rev. J. T. Guy, pastorof In a report just made public here by not because they have used tea as a lt"cflpln. April during I I. 192 month! ___ ______BI8524 7B1.3:!!

I cm blood all nations of men for upon them. "So they cast lots and the Jews, and Jonah was an unwlll'ng the Methodist church. Music will the Tea Association of the United beverage. longer but for the reason Warrants durlna month _-___.2561.IBHal. i
States. that they are more particular In brewIng __ _.._
May 1. 111211 7J8J. T
all the face the fell bo furnished by the combined
dwell of the lot Jonah. Then
on upon : foreign missionary. We the
"Although the tea plant Is prac- It Serving tea In other Eng- p.trlrtn.| I
, Inh t Acts 17:26. said they unto him tell us for need to learn that love of God, love .choirs of the churches. tically the same plant In all coun- lish speaking countries has grown Overdraft Apr I. 102:1: ____ :3414Receipt

[Tlio events of this lesson occur- whose cause this evil Is upon us." of our own country and love to- tries where It Is grown there are hundreds through the years Into a fine art WurruntH.. during durliiR, month month, __nh__ 128.75

about 860 13. C. and Jonah of of tea" the report The United States Is only Just now Hal. 1 1112 _
[(d I years are explained what the Lord ward other countries may all existto ....N...........q...1 types I May 0461MIMrlet
out In the short book of Jonah had commanded him and how he : states "The difference In taste between becoming tea conscious. Nn.'Overdraft :I
a high degree: in the same mind. w 1 1029 !
Apr. 251.6 t
the finished Is due to : With flavors to choose from
Bntalnlng about 1330 words. It had dlsobeyedr. Then follows a Love and obedience toward God J Keystone Heights JSlUa i products sa many Receipt during month 545.80Warrant
the methods of manufacture and somewhere there should be a tea to duilnw month 37060:
a strong lesson on foreign mis- statements of how the sailorsthrow' Form a common denominator upon e Helen Omlen, Car.a .1 local climate, soil and cultivation everyone s fancy a beverage that will Overdraft May I, 1U29 ____h 711.a.<
pns. Jonah into the sea, how he which all people may reduce their conditions. promote mental. efficiency, bodily comfort IHXrIpt N... 3
........................ Overdraft Apr. I, 1029 _____1514 SOItettelptn
[in Matt. 12:39-41: and In Luke was swallowed by a large fish, and hatred and enmity to brotherly "There are as wide differences!, In and good cheer. All one needy durlnMT mnnth _-. _.._ 41(1.20VarrnntM d
::29, 32, Christ refers to Jonah thrown on dry land. fellowship and Christian love. The Woman's Club held their black teas alone as there are between to do .Is find It. \ rlurlnir month __ __1076.IS R
Id out in Then God again said to Jonah after ------ Overdraft May I. 11129!!) _2174,76I)1
I his work as set today's regular meeting; Thursday ..frlrt No. 4

.on. When the Jews asked "Arise, go unto Nneveh! that FIRST CHRISTIAN CHL'KCJ noon, after a short business meet- Misses Gertrude Houser, Arneeta Lawrence. Shirley Mack Hutli Hal .Apr. 1. 111211 21799 !
ItecelptM. during month----- _
ells for "a sign" as proof of Ills great city, and preach unto it -- Ing an Interesting program was and Helen Ogden drove to Starke Lawrence, Arneeta Ogden and dnrliiK month __ 10504Varrnnts 1

ship and authority he sad! non that I bid thee. So Jonah arose Bible School and communion given. Miss Mae Kennedy gavea > Hal. May 1, 1929 __ __ 225.43otetrlel
Monday afternoon.Mr. Helen Ogden ; and the l\tE SSrH. L. .
should be given "but the sign and went and he cried and services each Lord's Day at 10 talk on "The Beauty Spots ofF'lorlda" Hal. Apr. 1, 1929 Nt_> II 11)2.75
I Jonas the prophet. For a Jonas said yet forty days and Nineveh o'clock. that was instructive and J. If. Houser and F. M Wairath Howard, E. Llp comb, Jack Wither, ItouelptH. during month- __ 257.0

M a sign unto the Ninevltes so shall be overthrown." The king!: I Church services morning andy full of interest Mrs. C, II. Clark left Tuesday for a. weeks and Donald Forest PanKhorn Buck, JUIIU-H Revere Overdraft WurruntH during May I I. month 1U2U _-__h. 110130 IHJ( .lit

-- --- ---- also gave: a short talk on "The hunting at Leesburg, l>Utrltn.: 1
Wonderland of Florida." Current Rev and Mrs. K. I D. Mowrys .- Hal. Apr:during 1. 1929 month.. .._._n__. 170.20 221.87KfcelptK i

events were given by Misses Gertrude : :ont the week-end in Palatka the ...........' ;............ Warrants dun nit month __ 15.""
Houser and Arneeta Ogden. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fredrick Hnl. May 1, 1(1211( 377.07
BROOKERMNS IMxtrlvt No., MHal.
Miss Ilouser, assisted by her mother McMillan. :. : Apr J, 11)29) -.:1IN' *
Wilma. Hays Donna Kerr IVarlo It ere I pis during month _
hostess Misses GnlncyMm.
Mrs. J. II. Houser was I Warrant during month _..
for the afternoon. Refresh- Ardlth Anderson Gaywood Skinner Hal. May 1, III2K 21,8
and Frank Walrath ........................ Illnlrlvt No. lHal. >
ments were served at the close of Messrs. April I. tll211! __ 11.40
the program.; I Vivian Anderson Jack Buck Kenneth A. K. UaulerHon and Mrs. ItercilptH.. tlnrlng month __.___

The football team from the University -' Church I Howard Lawrenceand M. If. Conerly of Okeochohee are Hal.UaculptH May during 1 L 111211!> month_ _______ 11.40

of Florida! were at the Inn Morris Skinner enjoyed a spending; Home time here with Iln Hal. Apr. 1, 1929! ___ __ 287.OJ
Lake Geneva -
from Friday until Saturday after moonlight/ ride on friends and relatives
l ll"relptn, during month .__ 70.00
noon. Saturday evening. I War run tii during month ;r
M.. and Mrs. Crosby of New flealair Hul. May 1. 19211 317.62
Mr. and Mrs. James Ilouser. Jr., I l>U little son and Mr. Helmar Filing- York, state are guests at the Inn Overdraft Apr. 1. 19211! __ 314: R0

sley of Jacksonville, were week- Citizens of Keystone Heights!: and friends and relatives returned'I It..c811.1.Warrants. dm during'Ing month month_- -- 6.171I4M: ,00

end guests at the home of Mr. and Starko were mystified Saturday homo lust Tuesday.' I Overdraft May I. lu.'u __ 418.88
evening: Nov. 16, when four unto Mr. It. If Conerly and Miss DUtrlft N... IY:
Mrs. J, it.( Houser.Mr. Overdraft Apr. I. 11129 __-_ Mn:\ .")3 ,
Elwell Robinson and W. n, "Ynoblle loads of treasure hunters Mary Mott were business visitors Kec-olplK. during month ..-.. 347.28

Ogden were In Jacksonville Tues- from Keystone Heights made a to Aluchua. and High Springs Saturday Overdraft Warrunlx during Muv 1. month 1U29 ._ __ 201.64 35 00 1

day. mad search of both towns fo"clues. afternoon. KUtrlvt No. 13

Mi and Mrs. Fred Carr Mr. \ ." The treasure, a box of Mrs. J. II. Mott and Mrs. T. P. Overdraft ItecxIptM. during Apr. I.month 1I21)! -_".-___ 3J5.76 603.07

and Mrs. Elwell Robinson and Mrs. assorted jewelry, was finally unearthed Ward were 'visitors to Starke Sun- WarrantH during month _._

Skinner drove to DeLand and San- at Keystone and was divided day afternoon where they carried Overdraft May IIU rl I I.<
ford Sunday. among the girls. young John Henry Mott for med- Hal. Apr. 1. llj| ___ 321 07Itecelpts

Misses Gaywood Skinner, Wil- Refreshments were served at a ical treatment. Warrant tlurlntc during month month __ __ 3H.36

ma Hays Frank Walrath, Jr., Mor- restaurant In Starko where Insidea Mr. It. P. Galney and O. W. Overdraft May I. IU2'J\ _. 296.33lrletrlet '

ris Skinner and Jack Buck attended sandwich, tho last clue wall Hazen spent last Friday In Cutli- Overdraft Apr. 1, 1929 N... 1U_u_ 21.37

the picture show at Starke Fri- found The treasure! hunters Included oun attending to business.Mrs. KxcelplH during month ___ 21.60

day night. : Mrs. James Revere, the H. Gulney, who has been Hal.Warrants May 1 during, 1929 .month.. ._ __..__._- .13 I
Mrs. 1:. A. Smith Mrs. Skinner, Misses Gertrude Houser Helen spending some time In Plant City '".tr"' No. ITHal. '
Apr. 1. 111211! __ 11.1. ',
returned home last Thursday.Mr. lUu't-lplH during month _. 22.63
and Mrs H. T. Osteen spent Wnrranta during month '' __
Hal. May 1, 1921) .__ __ 33.73 "v

.1 Art And Crafts At HomeThis I Wednesday Mr. and Mrs.In Starke.J. J. Morgan spent Overdraft Apr.DlHlrlet I, 1029ItHuelptM No. IN.. ,.. 1201.88

during month 40.10
Sunday In Lake Butler with Warrant. during month H79.45
{rS .rllr friends and) relatives. Overdraft May I I. 1929 1742.113
raw' .A..r e r wf I hereby certify that the
__________ Sewing Table Can Be M,*. A, B. Crosby of Jacksonville statement I Knowing balances foregoing.at the r 4"

spent the week-end here with beginning and at the. ending. of the
Made At Home month herein above .Mated and of 'a
hla wife. the recelntu and warrants' iKMiied
-- during I HHM| month, correspond with: 9'A
III IIIr : ANYONE caD gave considerable the record of my oflli-B, and IH true
41at money by making little thins t tp. .............v.4.' ...."a. and correct to the bert of my knowledge 1-
and belief. I aloe certify that
IUH I ,at borne. It require no special p.V n the fnllowlng I is a lint of all countydepnHllnrlen
: I V'j' IUNIIIU U'' h skill and. but little time. The p.t : THERESSA : Knowing the balance In
t each at th, t rliiHe. of the month hereIn -
pleasure you will derive from Miss Rhoda 7cliflr, Cog.N ) flrHt staled., and the amount of \
making thing" yourself., will more YH A security furnished liv earn *,n<'h fll1- t.
tb. time a : ...... ... puxltory and the mount of Interest
.x v Y.r r rs than compensate for you t 0Cane) .O. ...... '
Ili .
ttie paid or credited. during sale month 't
spend. And. of course, IHIVInr -
II 4 > grinding; time Is here again by each mild depoeltory on account I r
are always welcome. of current daily balance. or time
which means times for all It.
merry deposit
For this lovely aewlnir table you
the folks. Witness; my hand thin 30th day of : ,
will need but 1 heeti of sliver pa- youag April, 929 l "
''L .. 7 t per, 2 yards of glazed chintz 62 Mlsft Teresa Hennett Is visiting A./. iniFFIS,
inches wide and two yard printed relatives at Italford/ thin week. County Superintendent. E

"?? chintz one yard wide. With a large u w.t Mf. A. L. Sullivan and) Mr. J. J. ;
tube of the heat quality liquid glue NO'I'U-I TOHealed IIIUUF.UII ?$
trI 7I 00 Y ? 0 Ytl Zelffler were business visitors to
tl u.it l I 4 you are ready. -
I II xI Starke Friday. 1 bide will be. received hy the r,})
I I 1g Remove the lid and bin *. from 5
I' Hoard of Iliinil 'lnmtee of UrudfiTilI'ounty ,
di I' V'I' Mrs. I tit by nines! spent weekend -
I'I'E' E S.OND rLOORI the table and out silver atrip wide Florida, at the oillc of the I.
I, I I I'i i i I enough to cover the three aide of wit hher father Mr. O. M. secretary. of the !Hoard at Htarku, q't
I Iq I I III I IIiI, p Florida, until 10 o'clock p. m., of !).>-
I Bennett and family. '
legs and lap over M Inch on both
I I I eember 3, 1021), and at that time pub 'fitg
I 4 i I, lill; side of fourth Hide. Olue Mrs. D. W. Moore spent last llcly opened for clearing and Krublilnif -
Into place and cut allver atrip' 44 Thursday afternoon in Hampton on Koad No. 65. known as the 18 ,
Scout Hole Koad. In tlrudford county -
<< I
Inch leu than width of fourth aide
with relatives. 681 .
; approximately iicreH.All
.. I I of legs Olue Into place and lepuKeliver 351n
I YYW work to be done In accordance I'
-- -- --- Mr. Jasper Bennett left Mondayfor '
paper on feet aDd top of with I the plnnn and Inet' "tlonx. general 1
1" HEr 1 .owe: llS HOUSE l-t-t)4 frame In the ame. way. : Jasper whore he will make his provlelontf. npeial! provision,

TUB: MODERN: 1lO3ll'r-; !I I paved with alternate squares of Lot size: House frontage, 60 Now cut sliver lit rl pa for all rims. 't a > tl home for a few months. npecinuatlnnn I'", t of lliadford and county proposal and cun- /\tlnl

TilE FLOWKHSi : black and buff composition tile, feet; since clearance left 10 feet and edges of bottom shelf and fh ,a y9 r. Mian -Hilda Sullivan: spent Sunday lor'rho all bids right In renerved to reject .any t

---- same material[ as for exterior right 15 feet; Lot frontage minimum [- hinged top wide. enough. to cover with Miss Alma Lee. I I flans unit rpoelfVntlona. may bemeeri t o

i ny Duncanhunter Architect wall 85 feet.ConRtructlon. rims and lap over H Inch top and. Tho Christian Union Inolns pr() rl1- At the olrlte ot the secretary of 't'
New York.) The layout provides: Cellar Bun : Frame, with out ,bottom. Ulue Into place and. then i I ...t /r. Fold top edges over inside steely, with a. large attendant the hoaiil. i';. S' ilATTHKWS.: J J

I This house In the modern mode, der full house except motor room) side walls covered with "zenltherm" 'ut silver panel' for top and bottom ; 14. Inch deep to make hem and every Sunday\ evening. Miss! Hilda ('. A. ''''l/TCII Chairman t
of botlom shelf middle shelf, If with Glue Into HetTettny1OTI 3t-s--6t-IJ-
.sour. glue. eaks away from many of the old laundry, heater and general space, ,; roof, tile; foundation, con- hinged top. In all case 14 Inch i Sullivan conducted the meeting --.-
lion to Inside rim or top frame.Use uFrrruns
:I] TO \l
rchltectural rules and offers ause cold room. crete; windows, aluminum: case- less. all round than actual aide of' a. few upbouierera tuck for net Sunday evening. The subjectwas I'!',II M ('I&I'1J4 .' 1

to meet modern Ideas of llv- Fjrst floor: Entrance vestibule ments in special arrangement 4urfacea Glue Into place, let dry reinforcement.Coal "Tellintf Secrets", .

ti.: with lavatory and coat closet living with Integral screens; doors, wood and hellac I the top surface of wooden. He,,'. S. 1t( Dodd l conducted the Nntl.'w 1 III hereby given that all '

The design is room, dining room kitchen to special details. Now cut 4 ...Ia..d'chlnta. panel' base of basket. wth glue. Cut sheet regular church services: and the creditor>. legatee, dil.1 rlbut..... ,and
a logical expres-
for two cars. Interiors: Floors, linoleum; I II Inches acroxi the top. 1 Inche of cotton batting 5'%! Inches! square special music: by Mr. Webber was nil 'nerMonfl' having claims' .airitlnet' '; I
.n of the plan within. The large and motor room and the KHtate of Alice C'. M. llrwk| ,
across the bottom 13 Inches between and lay on the coat of glue. Cuta deceuHed. -
floor Four Bed rooms. walls, plaster in special moulded enjoyed by an appreciative aud- are hereby required. to a
adows( In the living room are Second : top and bottom. Spread a glazed' chintz panel (H Inches il.elr i-lnlmii preBent -
-tlnct elements in the exterior Bleeping porch two baths and I texture; ceiling, plaster! with corn- coat of flue' U Inch wide along qua/re and glue over cotton batting, Ience. I tu I the honorable duly 0....authenticated A. Uardlner,

osltlon.) The corner windows maid's, room and bath. Ices; kitchen, composition tile; each edge on the right aide of Kood lapping over on bottom of biua. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Sullivan. were t'ountv Judve. .of lirndford County.

the bed rooms and sleeping I Third floor: Storage space, with bath rooms, composition tile; and clue together, forming a tub Insert baae of baket through top to Btarke Saturday year Florlda.for from date hi approval hereof, nr within thl* one notice
rch movable stairway to second floor steam heat gas and electric wiring. with right aide of good facing In wadded Ida up. Olue lower edge Mrs. M. W. Lee of Doctors Inlet will he held In liar thereto, and ,
stamp their mark the
on ex- and avama out. When dry gin onsIde or bottom of basket tube to upper Is visiting her son M. W. Lee all persona Indebted to mild entitle i 1
lrlor while from within they offer Ceiling Heights: Cellar, seven r>* each seam and fold< back to edges of wooden bottom. Olue a> era reiueetd to pay their Bald debts i a
maximum of light and unob- feet, first floor eight feet six In.; Cublture 36,100 cubic feet. adjacent surface. panel of printed chintz to under family. forthwith. tu the undernlicned_ extra.tore. .
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Sullivan I
ructed view. I second floor, eight feet. Complete) working plans and Make a similar of printed chint.except aide of bottom to finish glue cot. were This 23h( day of October A. D.. 'I

The color scheme for the exter- Exposure: The plans as shown specification of thIs house are have right aid* facing out ton baiting to under side of hlD..dcov.r visiting( relatives In Hampton Sun 1929.WALTER H. SKHOBNT AND MAIl ?

|r I" light buff'walls with match- are for a lot facing South or West available for a nominal sum Address and avams In. When dry Insert and cover with glazed ofcinu. I day afternoon. HKWKK MKKOENT. t
or East the the building editor and re- glazed rhlnu tube- 'inside prts.*d Let dry sad 1111.1.1_ all paper-'aur- Mr. and Mrs. C Sullivan and Executor'*, KotiMe frfAtK-e- O. MFnID.Y -.
PS trim and dark mottled roof In for a lot facing North I chintz tube. Olue top edge to- face her father, Mr. O. M, Bennett and IJ....., .cealled. vh !
I and black. The terraces are plans should be reversed. fer to house It-104 -- ---- ...- I.-n-If-n-IO.


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-h, : IK i.iN nuncio: thi, property and a !I. r Bradford County TelegraphEstablished ; i'"t tin taxes/ for the school board ho how to gut 'the men-folks out I'd make a fuailess hunter her husband '" f,''I''
I From Other e-i I IA and special tax school: districts, of the house long enough to hold Like the gods who dwell on high- lived t H',' \ I,,) nur'on
the farm
the and the session of the Just watch I good aim now 0" II ,
187f{ why not do it for towns weekly sewing me as take ''I l I )' I.
_________ [
: ----------- :- ,'Itiua. It would reduce expenses, circle. And swat another fly. Green northwestNITICI'1 ,, '01111

broken heart t would do away with unequal a"- v
eauses more pain
Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class .AIiriHTKCT KNOWN: 1IKIIK
than a broken leg.-11mpsUnion.It aliments between town and counl Of course sewing circle meetings OF 1'1\ \1. IL
Matter\ at the Post Office: at Starke, Florida required a surgeon on a brokon l ly. It would also be an eoonomial could bo made mixed affairs, but J ____. III",

'leg while a little gluo will fix a move to consolidate some of for the first two or three years A recent Issue of theTlme.Un'Ion Notice 1e. heii'!t.)' 1<" "

E. S. Matthews, Owner and Publisher broken heart the smaller counties, and also abol- men are likely to feel an urge too. carried a picture of the proposed days X after or date J,utUU''wr, ,,."I,. :, ," toti. '
of the cross-road municipalities. ward profanity time they .stun t- I ]I'I
J. C. Robinson __ ..... ___ ----.. .__ Managing Editor --01 ---- sh some .' every new 100-Story building to be lgn"I"JI11I', ,", ,". "ii'EI"In.tjtotA.J.'oWII"d ,',
News } st.tch.Knitting:
Jasper\ drop a I ,;
Iv _. __m__ 1 The yo you has taken the 'placeof erected in New York City by the ; present my vouch-U, ] "I 1\11
committee of official from -
to a 'oj
country ae each ,
the dodo, remarks the Bradford IHlInl" ,,,
SUBSCRIPTION RATE .mall towns and counties for their!' has a soothing effect, Metropolitan Life Insurance Company Ilonnrablee0, A. ;" ,,,", '," ,I. i'h
County Telegraph Hut wouldn'tIt judge of fh'atrord ,,, ; 'Bunn"
the bu Idtng being designedby "" \,
however and perhaps family I ,
approval.around many anti ask
Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance be more appropriate to any that -- 0I Miarrels will be settled by dashing Dan Everett Wold and Harvey discharge! for as such Ills IIPI"UII"",',,,01 I' ,11111 I, I"
Advertising Rates on Application I the dodo has taken hold of the > .. yo( yo?-Arcadia Arcadian.. Is the son of a former resident ofBRYAN'S N. W.\I"\\ ""'
.. --' are hoping for the best. 11-239t-1-17. ;11'1'
I ---0---- .1""'''''''. .

The hunting season has opened with a bang. Apopka Chief says it touts mon- townAnd -r -
Our roads around town are being -
ey to make love. Some'lines' the I I
o very efficiently patrolled so you
posts! start when the love-making; '01----------

A truthful headline : "Clara Dow Shows Today at Flor- stops. Bradford County Telegraph now the newspapers come yOe.i had better! up look above fore forty-fire and aft milesan when CASH PRICES :
sometimes the love
of Wales
ida." out with: "The Prince hour. It all semes rather futile -
stops when the costs start.-Del- and his brother. Prince George, I
to A reckless triver can
us. )
-- --0----: I lay Beach News. have tuken knitting and crocheting r
up do more damage at a speed of thir-
Key West sheik figures'that a chicken crosses the road --()-- -a past'.me that is becoming ty-five miles than a careful. one FRIDAYSPECIALSATURDAYNovember !
Jlallowo' n has degenerated to Increasingly popular among the no-
is that side. will do at Seventy.
because he on tho extent that Its main featuresare bility and the gentlemen of the select

0 Hangs of hoodlums seeing how upper social circles In Great

WorkNitarted: Tuesday on another link: of state road. 28- properly much damage.-Starke they (Telegraph.'al1lnflfct upon So Orltlan."Their first efforts consist of Sunday After Magazine many years"actions: of we reading have- 22nd and 23rd I

to dacide whether it makes a
Keystone Heights to Florahome. long as 'the people w:11 tolerateanyway.Crescent three scarfs each exhibited todayat yet '
better story when a salesgirl be-
) !: City Journal Queen Mary's needlework club. t
>---- comes a princess or when a prin-i, Best Bacon !
remarked that -
--0--- The guild< secretary [fa
Next Thursday is Thanksgiving but in most newspaper cess becomes a salesgirl. We sup- ,
Among current Bights that impress the prince always stvftt articles to

offices it is just another Thursday. one with more or leas disgust the exhibition but that was the pose reader it all likes depend the happy on whether ending the or 2 pounds Compound Lard -2x
I 0 in an adult toying; with a yo yo.- first tame: he has contributed his

A bee sting will cure rheumatism. At least it will make TampA Tribune. Do not you know, own personal efforts.""They are exceedingly ing prefers tragedy the more thought-provok 12 Pounds .Good.Self-Rising Flour -49C
Lambrlght, that "men are but boys well done, said the sec

the sufferer forget that he cannot jump. grown tall"? Dunnellon Sun. retary. 24 pounds Good Self-Rising Flour
o The T. T. editor probably failed In "Other dlHtlnK-u Ished: figures Hflr-mlmleil 90c

Folkston (Ga.) Herald suggests our young folks take up an attempt to make his yo yo do adept at knitting include Lords 24 lbs. Eagle Brand S.-Rising Flour 31.05
the yo yo.Jasper Ilarewood, Calnford and Holrupat- Jones rushed Into the office
corn husking instead of so much yo yo-ing.I --e- rick." And shouted "What a, day!

I 0 -- News suggests town collectors "The misses has, w:thoi:t a doubt, 3 Cans No. 2 Tomatoes 25c

end and and assessors be nbllshed and Now that IS news. The prince "A little stowawa.I"Rube !
the women
30" in parlance means ,
newspaper let the county officials flo.the work. evidently decided that whatever 8 poundSBucket Lard $1.20
use it for the same purpose when they reach 30. When that is done we can start drawbacks the sport of knitting Goldberg Hays that: If thereIs

0i' consolidating: some of the smaller might have in the way of lameness such a thing as school:: spirit at 4 pound Bucket Lard -, 65c

a The hardest problem facing congressmen these days is counties In the Interest of econ and tediousness, the fact still re- all, which he doubts seriously, It
omy.--Starke Telegraph. And mans: that you can't fall off of a only lasts the four years that one 3 Bars 5c
Soap lOc
to find leak.proof luggage carriers for dry goods. some of the county and city gov- knitting: ,needle. / la a student. Rube has poked fun -

o ernments In the Interest of further -- at BO many American Institutions
Sack Flour
98 pound self-Rising $3.5C
Someone has figured that those paying taxes during November ,\ economy. South Jacksonville.We If our young men follow the he scarcely knows where to stop. ,
(1- prince In matters of pastime as Tell any alumnus on homecoming -
will cut nearly three mills off their tax bill! think the "sights" are allur- they do In those of dress mothers day that there is no such thing 6 pounds Grits or Meal - 23c

--p ing those days when the women will no longer chokeI p on, as school spirit! It isn't all due to

A loaded gun is as deadly as a live rattlesnake. If hunters are wearing short skirts but old- I "Where" la My Wandering Boy To the liquor. ALL GROCERIES WILL BE CHEAP
timers say there was really something night.
will keep this in mind casualties will be less this season. ; to witness during: the daysof I, ,, *
I lUoodlhlrMtyI \vc also handle 100 pound salt. All,kinds of feed stuff. AI
o the hoop skirts. They had a Instead of glrllnfc on a sofa long; to trail an elephantInto

Some broadcasting stations do not figure their time of habit of kicking up in front whena they'll be purling In. a Morris a jungle land, flours guaranteed-satisfaction or money refunded
woman seated herself and it chair.
generally And track the fleeing pangolin
much value, if one should. judge from the programs sent out. took both hands to' hold Accross Its native sand.

pIn them down.--Times-Union. It requIres What will become of all the oil And I would like, BO very much

case you have forgotten Bradford farmers raise both hands these days to lamps that no mothers have been To shoot a polar bear BRYAN GROECRY COMPANY
holtl them down to the safety line. using to light windows: ever since Or smoke a snarling tiger*
those shipped in from other ..
good vegetables as
equally as
-o-- Ulysses, started hitch-hiking to, From< Its well protected liar.
sections. Tllo freeing of the Sanford Circe's apartments? Oh, how I want to arm myself LAWTEY, FLORIDA

banker upon a mere technicality of And chase the wildest boar. I
sold tho law, and .apparently a very The greatest problem that will I'd slit its throat and skin Its h'de !
Bar polish is 1 New Jersey for whiskey. flimsy: one at that, In one of the 1 _

Should be a good chaser for some'! of the potash brand white greatest travesties on justice that 1:_ .. ... -. .w"'zr.my.r '''L/ I
.T.--< : {
has como tp notice rot some time. ;;
lightning of this section. / I I
This In one of the tricks of the ,
(1.----- trade which Is responsible for the I I iI i

Plant City expects to ship the first reefer of strawberriesnext general disregard and genuine disrespect l-Ao,1 I I
Monday. Once started the berries will continue rolling for the law. Arcadia I
from Florida for five months. :
--0- I I"I
o Jasper News suggests town tax i
Automobile owners have the sympathy of the attorney I collectors and assessors be abolished I
and let the county officials. do
general. Tag agents and tax collectors are still required to tho work. When that la done we t1 1IA1X! x I II

get the cash--or else, however. can start consolidating some of the l ll I
smaller counties in the Interest of I o aLJ I
H Starke ''Telegraph.You I I
Canal Point News says the "snow bird" is not protectedby won't get anywhere with the : :

Florida game laws. They must have some protection, as legIslature,maklng sensible suggestions /wn V L o oo II t I I
I I ;\
their number increases each winter. News.like that. TallahasseeState .. 1 11j ,

-o-- p 'I
Indications that the "ponies" in Florida\ this season will I J. M. Smot of Miami, the racetrack 1 I I 't pp 1 ",

to be in the promoter, so the dispatchessay I I uU
have a rough and betless track to run on are seen ,
I I has sold his interest in the I
preliminaries taken by a Tallahassee publisher I
IA Miami Jockey Club to a group of
o eastern capitalists: and there will

Starke should go after the proposed naval stores experi- be great times racing In Miami ,
this winter. Among; the new own
ment station. Combined with the present experiment station
ers of the race track will be lion.
f operated here by the government it would prove to be of im- AI Smith and Mr. J. J. Kaskob of I

mense value. New York City.-Dunnellon Sun. II"
Will Democratic 'ponies be allowed I""
1)--- to race In Miami because Florida I"i

There are.still m'ore than one million world war veterans i is considered an elephant i:
state? And which party will fInance It
I who have failed to apply for their adjusted, compensation cer
the races?
tificates. Final date for such applications has been set for '
I' -- --
January Editor J. II, nenjamln of the 1

0' new-born Marlon Sun...,successor to

{r Part of the business come up Tit the Quincy sessionof showered the Dunnellon with Truth, Is being PROGRESS I
press congratlua- and Prosperity :
j, the State Press Association will be finding out how the lions on again becoming a resi. Ij
Madison Enterprise.n eorder editor managed to pay his tax dent of Marlon county and in the
harness as editor. And it goes
bill in November.
without saying that Uncle Hen Is

--- happy as a clam In his latest en- :; 1,
ISING higher than the fabled
I R- spires of Camelot
We may hope to accomplish something when our legislature v'ronment. Gainesville Sun. I ''I
Detter'n that; we are as happy as great cities hurl thei castellated !
towers that
Il starts figuring on reducing state expenses instead of an oyster In the soup with a pretty to a sky 1

p depending entirely on new forms of taaxtion to" meet the I I girl about to eat us. Dunnellon saw only field and swamp and forest in our great-grand- ;,

mounting Sun Have you ever found a live sire'stime. I
expenses. _
oyster In a bowl of soup, or Is thethlf 1, ,
o Dunnellon "air" causing you ." \\ Ours is :l
Twelve hundred cases of liquor, taken from two freightcars "to see "things?" essentially a commercial civilization, and our mon- -1 1

at Baldwin, were turned l' itno a huge bonfire by federal ----fl-? uments are those that testify to commercial achievement. I!

agents. Federal officers believe to successfully dry up Floridait given Former the press Governor a statement Martin that has I ,', And ever since America first awoke to her own potential i j

will be necessary to burn it. .-, taxes in Florida may be reduced I greatness, her business ventures have been supported and
.. with form of
--- () no pew taxation. The I'l
former state executive I financed by American Capital.
not .. ; ,
Former customers of Illinois "King of Bootleggers"bought
outline his plan to reduce the bur ij i\\'

a bronze satin lined casket for him when he died in a den, but if he la hatching up campaign ; j \ Today we are at the start of a new era of Prosperity. Progress l11

charity hospital. We've still to hear of a bootlegger buying a thunder to use In his cam- in science !
paign for governor in 1932 he more far-reaching than ever before, is I
casket for of his customers. .1
one should be reminded that It will and !
creating new epoch-making
i developments in business t
0 take more than mere promises. He

V Gainesville Sun is trying to solve the riddle of why a will have to show Mr. Taxpayerthat and industry. We, as a bank of vision and character, stand 'f

modern girl will crowd her boy friend on the front seat as Starke he Telegraph.can deliver We the are goods.payingnow ready to share in financing worthy enterprises. 'We stand I'I 1 '

', though there were half dozen others trying to use the same for what Martin knew about I ready to help you.BANK. G +IIl l lf

space. Our guess is that she is showing him how to drive. reduction while governor before."A l

After they're married she tells him how from the rear seat. "burned ehIII'ls: afraid of the I
fire Crescent City Journal. f

Following the holding up e of a Gainesville' resident by I. The Jasper----o-News-suggests town OF STARKE

hitch-hikers and robbing him of $t.50, the Gainesville Sun tax colelctora and assessors beabolahed
: and let the county officials I
points out the danger of giving lifts to strangers along the do the work. When that U E. Matthews Pres.

road. The steady increase in number of these roadside pests done we can start consolidatingsome l R. J. Davis, Cashier

I is due to the comparative ease with which they can bum a ride of the smaller counties In the _
Interest of economy. Bradford : mocoama --
without cost County Telegraph. The county of- .. _


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