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 29, 1929
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:02413
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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I REPORTS FROM New Auto Tags : SHOP EARLY ; I|I Affairs At Asylum Express Refrigerator :1

PERSONAL TAX LAW To Agents-- Soon MAIL EARLY 1 Being Investigated Rates Are Given Out f'. ':

To Be DiNtrlbuIrd. Tills Wfck and Postmaster Young has receivedan \\lltirWWM Testify 10 ('.,n
Tallahassee, Nov. 25. Up to Closed SeasonTo 1'Iu'I'd 1 on SulO IHtMMlllH'r 1,1: official circular from the postmaster lU-foro Hoard of, "Stilt I'omQhattahoochee Contracts ForElectrical HII" Now In ..:If..rt111 lie Imse

November thirteenth,, eighteen ; general, relating to Christmas misstott'rb. Theo Provli>unly .',,1.1 For

Florida counties had replied to Approxlbately 300,000 of the mall In which the following I..I/ot.ht/ Service '
Begin Soon UnitAt
queries sent them regarding pay new green and white Florida auto statements are made: \ No. 26.-Testimony -

ment of personal taxes In order mobile license tags for 1930 will Postotllce will make every effortto alleging!; that BradleyVul- With the announcement Wednesday -
that 1930 automobile tags might Florldii'a (()nl'Y I'iilt" the Mullet( be! distributed among the various handle the Christmas malls dron, of Tampa, special Investigator the special meeting of he( of the new express refrigerator -

In. Issued. Two thousand five hundred To Knjoy: Sh Wwk flotation tag!; agencies! of the state this week without congestion and delay, but of the office o; Governor Doyho city board of bond trustees held service rates by the Railway -

and eighty receipts had been and will be placed on sale December owing to the enormous volume this Carlton, had said that efforts were Friday night contract was signed Express Agency In connectionwith I

issued for a total of $17,575, not Closed season on mullet the 15, it was announced by Walter can be done only with the cooperation being made to "wipe out" Dr. J. with the Fairbanks-Morse! Company the Southeastern Company,

including\ a discount or four per "money fish" of /Florida begins S. McLIn motor vehicle com- of the public.! It will greatly Q. Folmar, superintendent of the for supplying the new electrical It Is apparent that the new service -

cent. As it will not be necessaryto midnight December 1 and ends missioner.An aid the posloiBce and Insure the state hospital for the Insane and unit for the municipal plant wilUprove cheaper) to our shippers

secure the new tags!; for a few midnight Jan. 19, according to T. act of the 1929 legislature: prompt handling of your mall It tho heads of other departments, consisting of a 240 horsepower than the freight!; refrigerator '

weeks to come effect of amend R. Hodges, shell fish commission authorized the manufacture of the public will shop and mall early concluded\ the Inquiry of the Fairbanks-Morse. Diesel engine service heretofore used. A comparison -

ment to this law cannot be acirately er. During the time no one Is allowed smaller tags; for 1930 than In past tal' delivery before Christmas day board of commissioners of stnte In- direct connected to Westltighousegenerator of the rutes to New York

<' estimated, although each to have a fresh mullet or years' Commissioner Me Lin pointed on which there will be no mall de- :.(Uutlons into administrative affairs of 1GO kilowatt capacity. City from either Hampton, Starkeor

c county making a report showed fresh mullet roe in his possession. out. The smaller tags will IIvE'r)'. of the Institution at on all- Delivery of the complete equipment Luwtey shows a saving of $27.-

that the co'lectlous were well over More than 75,000,000 pounds, eliminate much disfiguration that Wrapping nnd riirklitK day session here today. la exported to be made within 00 to the car based on a loading ,

the amounts paid in 1 by> this time of the fish caught!; during a season has been Inflicted on the larger All parcels must be securely The testimony was offered by 1'. six weeks. The contract rails of 270 crates to an express car. h

last year. Two Incentives are giv make this the largest money producing tags and they will be harder to wrapped or packed Use strong L. La In ic. In charge of the undertaking for the company to build the necessary the minimum load The express

taxesOne I : business In the state. In alter, the commissioner stated he paper and heavy twine. division of the Inxtltution.Lulng foundations, Install till rate, based on this loading, 'i.

In the large discount and the addition, the roe Is worth $250.- I believed. Articles easily broken or crushed was the final of a list of half equipment and turn It over to the amounts to $2.33 per'crate, while

other is because of the fact that 000 making the total industry The 1930 tags have a green; must be crated or securely l\ dozen or more employee of the city at the termination a test I the freight refrigerator rate, based ; '

without a personal tax receipt no worth about 26000.000 annual-I background and white letters and wrapped. Use liberal quantities of hoenllal examined by the board in on a loading of 175 crates to car K,!{

automobile tags will be Issued. liefjaidless I ly. This Income goes every are neat In appearance, Commissioner excelsior, or like material In, lit investigation; of the affairs of run.The Installation of this unit will amounts to $2.43. Tho freight refrigerator ;''I'

of which reason Is censing avenue of commerce in the state, McLIn stated around and between the articles tho Institution following the resignation ;- call for enlarging of the plant rate on a loading of 100'" !

tho increase in payments the M/. Hodges says, and* whenever a -. and outside the container. of Dr. Folmar several weeks building and bids are being called I crates ,to car to the above point ''f'

reports prove that Florida citizens i man catches a' dollars worth of Glassware, fragile toys, crock- ago.The for this work. The capacity of the averages $3.60 per crate. .
ore in better financial shape than fish It is the same as his walking!; Placing Rock try must be packed so as to prevent board brought; Its Inquiry plant will be moro than doubled, In addition to the quicker delivery I :

laet year and In positions to take out. picking: up a dollar and bring- the escape of particles or here after a two day executive session the three separate power units being / by express, the saving In 1',;

advantage of the new discounts. ing It back to shore. For Surfacing pieces If broken In transit. at Tallahassee during!; which arranged; where aa the load Increases transportation charges will run

There Is no question In the minds !Mullet caught are necessarily All articles easily broken or allldavlts/ and verbal testimonywere many nnlts aa needed to even higher other markets, the 'i

of officials and private citizens shipped out of the state because damaged; must bo. plainly marked heard charging misconductto hundlo the demand can be placedIn express rate to Philadelphia being

alike, however, but that the I Florida could not consume day's. Placing of the rock to be used "FRAGILE.- several high officials of the service 11 cents per crate under present

amendments to the license tug law catch in a vear's time. for surfacing state road 28 west Articles likely to spoil within state hospital. freight refrigerator rates and 25
I of Starke the Union county line that about 1 00 negroes
to board were*
will result in many thousands of The largest runs are between he time reasonably required for Drlajs 11t'lnt..1Lalllg's cents. percrnte less on shipments
I was begun this week. The surfacing bud died from the effects of cold '
dollars paid into the tax fund Cape buuie and Punta Gorda. transportation and delivery will testimony rime after G.V. to DOlton.Vltlle the rates are the ,,
I. material to be used on this weather when their blankets were .
which did not reach there last year not be accepted for mailing. Wrapor Wright; supervisor of the hospital same from either of the three shipping f

when but five percent of automo :TWO (MRLOADH OF CATTLKWILL : section will be what !Is called pack carefully, according to I commissary had told of de- taken from them and the heat points in this county to eleven I,:
Brooksvllle rock, a white rock, turned off on orders of 8. W. Hall, ".
bile owners paid personal taxes contents, and plainly mark all lays encountered obtaining certain of the renters listed, Lawtey
that hall teen used on several state superintendent In charge -of the
This money together with the mon I\\lt.MKltS WKHT FLORIDA such parcels "PERISHABLE." supplies for the Institution; have the advantage of a slightly i
roads good results. Other male division that bootlegging
with negro ;
ey received from the delinquenttax Use special delivery stamps to expedite about how the hospital' had to lower rate to the remaining markets I
state roads in Bradford county are 'I : !; was allowed, to ho carried on
Two carloads of bred cat- running from
pure the reduction !;
boards and the million cut off delivery. make use of rice containing weevils ,
surfaced with Birmingham slag.!; the Institution grounds; that
tle to be used In the breeding of on hundred pounds.
from the actual operating expense J\dd..s I and how Mallle Martin, secretary 1 to 14 cents her
There Is a section of this rock on John L. Davis, chief engineer, had
beef herds will arrive the
high grade tariff sheet gives
of government administration, will i of Governor Carlton, had reprimanded The new ,
state road three between Green Addresses should be complete permitted a waste of funds In hlltlt'plll.tment
the first of the
money" and will go towards from Tennessee, him for taking up with same express rate from Hampton
be "new
Cove Springs; and Jacksonville andIt with house number and name of I and that certain employes -
the state of Florida week for distribution among farmers member of the board the matterof either by the Railway Express
placing has proven to be a. very satisfactory street, postofllce box or rural route of the Institution were using I
of West Florida Ex-
the rice instead or the Southeastern
better financial basis and the condition of Agency!
on a material under heavy traffic. lumber labor and In the'
and typed or plainly state facilities
is a favorable factor towards the The live stock board has been of seeing him ( Martin) who Is secretary press Company. Shipments from
written In ink A return curd conduct of private Industry.Kaon
the farmers In the Importing I Ralford will take '
of the burden assisting of the board. Luke Butler and
continual reduction and the This material will also be usedIn Mould!' be placed In the upper left of the employes named In Law-
of good animals| Starke and
carried Lning said Wuldron approachedhim the same rate as
of government expenses as surfacing that part of state land corner of every piece of mall. the allldavlts and testimony presented
The .
of cattle.
furnished shippers .
Individual property grading up range after Jesse O'llryun, former tey. Cars will be I
by bulls and heifers in this road 28 existing paved streeets. U a tag Is used the address and the board at Tallahsanee the
A number of other counties fifty-three employe of the hospital had attempted on their order given to
owner. -.- return card should also be written wan examined by the board here,
have been purchased for and
made reports but did not In shipment to arrange a meeting I be express agent at shipping: point
on the wrapper for use If If ifs and each refuted the charges; of
elude amounts they had been paid farmers In Levy, Suwannee Columbia OP1X10X GIVEN IIV DAVIS I tween them and that when he I these cars will be handled only on
lost, and a of the address the special Investigators.; Various
and the western I
more railroad
\Vith but two exceptions, out of a IlKLATIXU TO "'IOltlU.I.W rally agreed to-see Waldron fI-1 trains (designated by the
where I hould be enclosed Inside the par- not employed by the hospital
of the state tick persona
total of twenty-six replies, all slat counties OX 1TIXKRAXT MKIM'HANTH I : 0'Bryall warned lilm not to company. Shipments from
real and I eradication work has been or Is eel.! anything about Dr. Folmnr, "ns \ were brought In to support section will be routed via Richmond
that payments both '
ed tax
Limit\ of XVHKlit/ and "1.1.1' Iho statements of those under fire
being met at a rate nearly completed. Following the Persons engaged; ; 11a seasonal/ It may he something good" lie and personal were
No parcel may he more than 84 In addition to Hall and Davis,
better eradication: of the ticks, the livestock business only and not maintaininga said that \Valdron told him that comparison of the freight and 'I
least twenty-five percent
at Inches In length and girth com- I those questioned. by the board In
than last Reports are to be sunitnry\ board has endeavored place of business! throughout the hn (Waldron) 'had 65 ufUdavlts express refrigerator!; rates to three .f
year. bined. For" delivery I locally and in eluded It. K.: Newhlnney former
toOHHlst/ the farmers In Im-
obtained from the balance of theltyseven year are classed as itinerant charging misconduct at the institution points In given below and
the first, second and t third zones chief engineer at the Institution
porting 415 head of pure bred rattle the 1929 act of If'' estimate of express -
counties will !give; an merchants under and that he was asked these averages; an
*! I Ion 70 pounds the maximum weight; Manuel SlmniH, hospital cattle buyer
of the situation.As during the last three years. legislature Imposing a heavy tux ho would "work" with the Investigator rates to other points may
accurate The board plans to assist In obtaining In all other zones, 60 pounds, mind now of Quincy ; W. L. Dineon -
such business according to an In getting up additional he secured:
Dade county -
example, '
an II needs rattle
and I'.d Lewis,
that while It could not give one or two more carloads opinion today by Attorney General ('lirlxtinas yards charges against the hospital La- director of 1"I'f'Ijlht-S"w; York City
dealers W. C. Vason.
the amount of payments as yet, a this fall. Fred II. Duvls. The act, however Patrons sending a quantity of Ing said he was assured by Wuldron ; J. O. Glssendan- Car of 176 crates ..$426.25Car

of 103,000) receipts had been The anguiS bull which will compose does not apply to merchants havIng Christmas cards say ten or more, that he would be kept at the hospital farm of 100 crates __ $360,60

total Issued against 23.000 .ast year. ; the larger part of the present a permanent place! of business should prepare and mall them two I j work If he helped In the Investi e.1. In charge of the cold storage Av. per crate ((175 to car) 2:43
: Folmar.
and Dr.
....-- shipment average from $125 to 'In the state but only operating it or three weeks In advance, as mil- gation. plant, AV. percale ((100 to car) 3.60/
Itsrhnrged! '
'Ur11II C
$160 apiece. of the lions mailed and they cannot his Icing charge of $85.00.
Real estate taxes are being paidat during a portion year. are Testifying further regarding; It brought out that U'Hryan Including
Increase of fiftyperecent Under the law, the attorney possibly be handled and delivered conversation wit Waldron, Lulng wall HxpreNM: ( -Ni'w York ('lty
ane average IU'Tl'nS'fwo : been dlschurged from the Institution j
lirXTKKH had
1I.r-n: :
more than last year figures general explained, merchants who If mailed only two or three days said that Waldron told him that it and that !tuthol.tord bad Car of 270) crates 608.60

obtained from county tax collectors local come to Florida a few months In before Christmas. To avoid! this I L. If. Hughes, sheriff of Ok.uloosu, hospital It Average per crate 2.33
I patient at the
killed been
deer by '
it learned at thegovernor's were the winter and who do not maintain patrons may mall their cards! two county, and another special Investigator \ Including l Icing charge: of $90.00.
show last week In also testified! that only a nomInal
office this week. Each hunters spending a year around establishment or three weeks before Christmas, of the governor's office, hud I was |.'.I..Ijlhtl.hll"'hhllenr (; '| !

queried us to i Dixie county, the party returning are subject to the higher scale of if delivered to the postofllce orpostal mcceedod In running away Dr. number of deaths among' the of 176 crates _. .._ .$404.75
of the counties were recorded
above estimate beIng Saturday afternon after their four- taxes provided in the act. If the station In person or tied together Folmar and the others, "that there mules negroes had been \ Car of 100 crates __ $346.60

collections, the returns from 14 day stay In camp. Making up the I merchant, however, has a place of In a bundle tabled to show would not have been any further during the time that O'flryiui AV. per crate ((175 to car) 2.32
based on the tho 100 deaths had occupied.
J.V. claimed
to No- party were Messrs. Andrew&I business rented or owned throughout that they are Christmas cards> and investigation" Av. per crate (100 to car) 3.45 ,
counties for payments up admitted that he had
the fololwingcounties !; J... K.': M. Johns W. the year in which he keepa his deposited In a street letter or puck- LalnK said O'Uryan told him Hall Including: 1 Icing charge of $77.60.
vember 13. From 11. C. Wall. J. M. Alvarez I made Rome "home brew" to takeon
$521,657 has wrlght; stock, the fact that the establishment age box. They will then be segregated that "a new superintendent" I,:tprenx1'hlltulelphlnCur !'

a total of days of J. J. Truby. W. J. Kpperson; and Is closed for a few months stamped with the dateon would, be engaged for the Institution a vacation trip l. but declared of :270 crates $596.00 '
been collected In thirteen of Maclenny. that the only hootlcgKliiK: that he
Sheriff Jones during does class which to be delivered and de- 2.21
the not ,
an actual summer and that those behind the Investigation Average; per crate t
business and represents Another party composed of bad heard uhuut was that In which
1928: him ns an Itinerant merchant under livery effected one or two days / ; of the governor's office Including Icing charge of $90.00.
Increase' of $262,296 over Messrs. W. E. Torode 0. L. O'TIryaii was siirfpticted, of having!;
the law according to Mr. Da- before Christmas. were "going to run I Dr. Folmar 1..Ijlht-U..tonl;
Esc mbla (west Florida) $40,000; behind. Testimony ut Tallahassee' )
and out-of-town men left been
$33.000; Haynes vis. Christmas cards'and gifts: addressed away and a good many of the others. Car of 175 crates _. $491.00Cur 1
Manatee (East Central ) Sunday for the camp for several that Dr.\ Folmnr had takena
-. to points within one day'stravel of 100 crates 398.00AV.
Hfrnando (central\ ) $7566; Palm hunt. Word was sent back drink with employee of the hoar
days should b e mailed In no "He told me that If I talked crate (175 to'nrJ) 2.81
Beach (southwest) $80,000; Tuesday that they had bugged one IHIIT: OHSOLKTK.: .: LAWS pital were flatly denied by the su- per
event later than December 20; ,i'ght and told the proper tilings.; Av. crate ((100 to car) 3.9S
Plnellas } per
Glades (south), $15.000: AUK: ON FUltlU.HOOKS porlntenderit, who declared that he
Gulf bud: __ within two days' travel not later [ would hold my Job,'* Lalng stat Including Icing charge!; of $85.00.
(east central) $18,843 ; had eslubl'iilied' strict r"lulatlolll'ilKalnRt !
than December 18 within threedays' I
; ed. Ceprrsw-lis: .hllll
(west) $2193; Madison (west) Ion (central\) $25,000; other Florida now has eight obsolete drinking on tho hospital
travel, not later than December of 270 crates .. $690.04Avcrnge j
$5.000; Orange (central $76,965; smaller counties reported small Increased. laws on Its statute books that are Without. <;.riM'i>rlt>N premises, and that he himself had Car
16 ; for more distant points, crate _., 2.58J
olusla (central) $111.344 ; Bre- Inoperative and should be repealed Wright told the board that the followed them. per '
not later than December 14. Par- Icing charge" of 9000. ]
yard (west central) $6500 ; Mar- The concensus of opinion among Attorney General Fred II. Davis cels and cards, for local delivery Institution had been without sev01 Ur.o'ohIlILr./ who resigned as superintendent Including The minimum load of the express :

tho counties. was that the last few pointed out. Of this number, should be mailed not later than al staple groceries for sometime, of the hospital several will be 17,000 pounds, .

------------'f days of this month would see record three or superceded and state prohibition December 21. Parcels and envelopes tcnuse, of a delay encountered In weeks ago/ effective Decem- approximately car 270 crates of 33\\

collections as the four percent laws It Is stated. may be endorsed, "PleaseDo getting a requisition through. ber 1. and whose resignation was or
and the rates figured above,
IUI.fH.SSITOlt: discount allowed by the legislaturewill Steamboat racing Is strictly prohibited Not Open Until Christmas) So mo things had to be subsftuted: I hortly followed by the Investigation quarts based cars loaded with this]

be dropped to three during : by a statute passed in for others, making It more expensive of the hospital affairs by the are on r

The Forestry fair held In December. Through this discount 1868 believed to have been Information to operate tho hospital, he board testified! at some length regarding number of crates. On shipments|

Lake'City last week attracted taxpayers saved more than prompted by an explosion of a For further Information on any!' nald. the routine of the Institu of less than the minimum given;'c.,
will be the same, which ,
visitor from quite along $23,000 during the first thirteen boiler on a Mississippi river steamer of the above subjects or concern.1 The board conducted Its hearing tion. He said during his. administration the rate j
of Increasing
distance from Bel- days of this month. In a race. Allowing horses or Ing any other postal during the morning!; without the that a aavln% of thousands will have the effect j 1

Belgulm visitorwas -- stagecoaches to stand unhitched Is quire at the proper window presence of Governor Carlton. The of dollar over the legislative allowance the transportation cost per crate
glum one of the most interested For the first time In the historyof another obsolete law passed In stamp, parcel post, money order I governor arrived during the after- had been effected monthly. similar to the Increase to be noted.J
and 175
of 100
In the
who attended the the state of Florida's hotel department 1868. registry etc.-or see the postmaster noon and frequently questioned ) j
fair. He is the representative substantial aid Is to be Three liquor laws prohibit or assistants. various witnesses Hall denied charges that he had crates by freight !
No Informtlon has been given; \
to concern that Imports given the hotel and restaurant furnishing liquor to habitual Attorney General Fred II Davis built a home out of state labor and I I
a time of:
the schedules or J
out to
turpentine and other owners of the state In an advertising drunkards when warned by rela- BOYS MAKE: WHOOPKKPolice : acted as the board's interrogator, materials and Davis characterized arrival as of shipments In the main !

naval stores on a large scale campaign to be started next tives not to do so, advertising llq- although other members of the aa false claims that he had permitted !
It Is
northern markets, but expected -
reselling to Europeanshlpp'ng month. Through. surplus made quors on street care and giving ,board also questioned those testl- the destruction ot a $2,000 regu-l''l

for companies. He came possslble through the manage- away liquor on election days. I were called late Friday/ tyIng. Especially; was this true of pump, and had sold hosplptal ma that the cars will move on !{'

all the from Belgium to ment of Commissioner Ben II. Bos- Florida's first good road bill, night to quell a disturbance In a Treasurer W. V. Knott, whose administration chlney equipment an junk lar passenger trains, and cona3d. :
way the time
attend the fair and to Inspect taln. approximately $20,000 Is passed in 1899 providing for the supposedly untenanted house In at the hospital for Ctasendaner admitted conductIng erably shortening

establishment of bicycle side paths. the western part of town, ownedby {wired to place shipments : ,
of tapping pine available for advertising purposes. I the Insane up to a year ago when an exfenslvq egg business .
the system
for turpentine gum In Covernor Doyle E. Carlton this also Is superceded by other laws a Mr. Holloway of Jacksonville, he was appointed state treasurer privately but said It was wholly destination. ,.'
the I and has become obsolete. One of and when entrance was finally Involved In the labor and
In this country. He Inspected week sanctioned the first of expenditures was occasionally apart from hospital ...--f'.
use the government exp and authorized the location the bicycle laws provides for a made a party ot six boys was inquiry equipment. Ills salary, he said

,,t. .-lment station at Starke In Chicago and. New York, commission to lay out paths and found. All of them gave; Jacksonville Tho board followed testimonyand was $86 a month IN THIS IHHl'Kon ': I

the tapping experimentsthere of large bill boards Inviting thru collect a fee of fifty cents on each as their residence, some affidavits Introduced at Its exe- Vason, who was charged In tel.tlanony 1

and Starke came attractive Illustrations of the Flor bicycle for use of the road.ntll.MXd of them being members of the cutive sessions at Tallahassee last of the special Investigators
and from will find
seven you
attend the fair. The ida climate and pastime features, I- high school team playing Starke week In continuing its Inquiry with having mingled hogs of his page j

here to man was also mak- visitors to the state this winter. TKAMIf Friday afternoon, and claimed here The members took up various own with those of the state, and a very Interesting story by ;

Belgium comparative study of i The boards will bo located on CAM-H FIRKMKN: they had permission of the ownerto statements In the 115-page to have kept the best of the animals Lemuel De Bra. Mr. Bra has
ing a
: systems In use here Broadway In New York and at occupy the dwelling for the document accumulated when emphatically denied the allegation "outdone" himself In writing i

and tappng in France. Turpentine Is Michigan and Randolph avenues In Burning trash near a house on night. A pint of moonshine was O'Bryan, Hughes and S. J. Ruth and 81ms said claims that this thrilling story of SanFrancisco's

In a certain part of Chicago. They will remain as a Water street caused a neighbor to taken by the officers and two of erford the latter another special he had tried to establish a monopoly Chinatown. React .1

produced tapping rys- of Florida's Invitation to the think the building was on Ore and the the youngsters were placed In Investigator of the governor's office with favored cattle dealers In

France but the different Its part north for the next three months I the alarm was sent In late Saturday the county Jail charged with being appeared before the board at the buying of cattle for the Institution It and let us know how you. '

tem Is entirely that in vogue according to a contract entered In- afternoon. The truck responded drunk and disorderly They made Tallahassee with charges of misconduct were untrue. Illnson and like its! It may be sot Who 'LJ i a

) said Lake from City Reporter. to with the agents for the locations to the call but returned to the bond for appearance In mayor's at the Institution Lewis were produced to suataa- knows t1', ,t ., I

here.- station aftef the run. court Monday, The charges brought before the tlate his testimony 'rr t"

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''i un [ mutely one hundred towers In Belgium I'Wales They were hung al last I you say there's; no school Thurs \ I am an old maid 38 years old 1 l I..t.
and one hundred and fifteen I The bell are stationary so they do da>' and Friday? Hot dog'! Now I I and still I havn't found my : :

B. H. S. JOURNAL In Holland not swing/ when played. The clappers ask you -"Ain't" Thank glvlng "prince.) Do you think that If I. :Miss 1'earl Nontuin .
late to have hong from the Inside of the simply elegant?
America was a carillon 0
moved bya -- I went to Silver Springs and plqjt- ....Nl+...NwN..... j
of note, but it now has several bells, an usual, but are : N
It. II. H. WIIIH1\VI.\I! OVEH- cd some of that bridal wreath thatI I
N..a'oCp\I'n l : ST' .\W the Riverside Carillon being system of levers connected with ? Do Mr. and Mrs. Enoch. K.'Ib||, v \
\\IIEMI: : \VTI1OIIX 211-11< would become engaged; soon
:KflltUI IIK'llll'f __ ? ._ PAUL TN1(1I1T4ualsUwt : probably the largest, as well\ as the the clavier which is played by the believe Ijj that saying guests of Mrs. Kslley'nMr. ,, '
___ PEAI11/J3 MANNINO. EVA SIAIH'oTTIJL.MMI I below the you '
I IMItorKJnki most expensive, until this beautiful carlllonneur a room "
liillturNporls : __ STRUT [ of the carIllon The B. II. S. girls won an easy; "where there's life there's hope. \ and Mrs. Drew Reditnii -
1-MI, torNunlor LBHTKU Pnii'H 1 KHIIINSON: :. !rUt of Mr. Bok's waS bestowed b coli II. The best effects Susie.
Jlt'poiUT\ pU' _- I.KNA HKLLK: MHKI'Alin: his adopted country. are obtained at a position at victory Friday over the Hawthorn Gray-haired day.Mr.
Junior Hepixler, .__- -- .-- .u.. ANNIIMAM:. I: PKAIU'JJ upon from girls. The game was played In My Dear Gray Haired Susie: Lewis Clemonn uml
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SiiphomorcIlipnrliT, __ ___ __ HKN HTHIlNHIOItO !Many people ask what a carillon two hundred yards or more life
and two or Certainly while there's Burch of Miami
KreHhmon. K.-unilei- __ 1\IAPY HnOVNLl'l"uecl..IIh.oort..r : tower. Hawthorn. The team were vlHliin,
-. ___. nSTKLUIS: : KEND.vICK HAM.110 HJo'.cuIO' Is. An exact definition demands) had Hi three others made the trip. A mere there's hope! By all means pick lives here last weekendMr.
HiiporvlHor _______ _. __ _. .. MISS KJOUENriS: MATT1IKWSC1I1MKS too many details of the techniqueof The marvelous carillon
with the arrIvalof handful of people wl'nos 1 1
P...._-S..-+-r- e-nnnnnnncac7Ca------------447---SaSa4747S4S-------4-Sa-75757s----1 tower music. It Is enough to first public test It was dedicated game. At the end of the first will convince some sympathetic Miss\ Mildred Norman wen- _I ,
I-'OHKHT: tablish for birds and say a carillon la at set of bells\ tuned Anton Hawthorn forward that still appreciate In Starke
: OI! THK l a sanctuary President Coolidge on February qaurter the young man you ping/ Saturday
( Singing Tower..) humans, and with Its beauty help to the Intervals of the chromatic by had not had the ball once, while the world and Its beauty. But Mr. Charles Burch of Mlunn v.. ,
each of you to make your own scale, this Is, producing entirely 1, 1923. trees Is acknowledged the Star lie forwards had rung up] above all ACT YOUR AGE. visiting at the home of MI ,
Anton ,1|
The following; theme written by world a bit more beautiful and bet- by half tones, the compass the master carlllonneur of the six points.! At the end of the half Mrs I. N. Norman Sunday .u-.
Hazel Underhill was one of' t the ter because you have lived in It. being three octaves or more, the as world. He was born at Antwerp, tho score was 18 to 0. Struth Ad- One of the beat: plays I have had noon.
best written In the senior clans Thus Mountain Lake Sanctuary lowest bell being often many tons, Belgium, receiving his cducat'.or kins and Bitch each played a fine the opportunity to see during the Misses Mildred and Pearl \ .>
last week. evolved and soon became the pet so that in the highest octaves the carillonneur under his father gamo as is shown by small score past few .years; is the comedy- man and Jeanette Carter w.-r. > _
as a
It Is on Edward \V. Bo k's contribution project of the philanthropist. The weight of each bell Is but a few Gustaof Trees, city carillonnuer of Hawthorn.In drama "It Happened In June" Iting Mr. and Mrs J. C. ricm.,. _
and all\ the bells\ hung"dead"
to the American people larger purpose of course, was not poundn of Antwerp Anton Brees the third quarter substitutes which Is scheduled to appear in Sunday night.
and should be of interest, especially merely to protect and conserve the or fixed, that is, so as not) has played most of the great; car- were made. Bitch for AdkIns, Starke on the evening of Decem- Misses Inez and Mancu- .
; to the people of Florida:; varieties of birds already there, or to swing.: illons of the world, and was recently Stump for Andrews, Pearce for ber the sixth. I feel sure you will Carmichael had as their guest i 1.-,
A little Dutch lad landed In winter-homing in the region, but For a year and a half the Mountain carillonneur for Mr. Rockefeller Brlnson at running center and lat be pleased with this play. Saturday night and Sunday) MI-
New York In 1870 with no word to domesticate many varieties from Lake tower has been climbing at the Park Avenue Baptist er Jacobs for Pearce. During this Sally Sue Slssyance. Ruth and Agnes Sapp of' Vim' '
other regions; and countries. Especially upward, reaching Its two hundredand Hawthorn made only four bllt.
t ,( of our language at .hls command, Church, New York, lie also open- quarter
dear to Mr. Bok's heart Is five teet from granite base to HOT TIPS Misses Lorene
no knowledge of our customs to ed the fine carillon War Memorialat points. Green and I" ,,I.
make life easier in a strange country Ills purpose of restoring to his hap- pinnacled top. The completed Capetown, South Africa. Mr. In the final quarter the team evlvo Sanders were the RIH-M; l ,
:Fifty years later, ('rownedwIth py climate some of the bird now structure Is a noble achievement, Breea Is In residence at Lake that began the game went back Into Scootie: "If you had a face like Miss Thelma Rhoden Sunday .if"
success and honor, he wrote pronounced extinct throughout the suggestive not so much of "frozen Wales from December to May each the fray. Starke rang: tour mine, what kind of powder. would noon.
for another generation: "The sky length and breadth of the peninsular music" as is sometimes said of gods during this quarter and Hawthorne you use?" Miss Pauline Green were is the limit to the foreignbornwho -thv white Ibis, rosseaUe fine architectural e'ft'ects-but of year.The carillon Is played every eve- one. Estelle: "Gunpowder." ping In Statke Saturday oftcnm. ?,,
come to America endowed spoonbill, pink curlew, and the music marvelously embolded In a ning at sunset, from four p. m. to The game was rather a one- Misses Mildred and Pearl N"I
with honor, ndeavor, ceaseless Industry vividly colored flamingo. sky-p'erclng! shaft. The tower is four-thrlty p. m., from Decemberfirst sided affair. Although Tompkins Cator: "Why do you leave your man and Jeanette Carter iittcmi" 4 and the ability to carry it Tho sanctuary has an area of built of southern material, for 'Mr. to May first. Also at twelve- and Andrews were the outstanding shoes lu the sunlight B. Y. P. U. at Vanderbilt Sum) .
'r through In any honest endeavor forty-eight acres and entirely com- Bok, had, in mind from the list thirty on Sundays during this per- players, Kendrick did soma good Ben: "I am trying to" make night.
the way is open, to the will to suc- prises Iron Mountain, which Is to create in the finished plan per- iod. Recitals will be given on playing. Got the tip-off fourfifthsof them tan." Mr. and Mrs. G, L. Sapp w. ,.
ceed." three hundred and twentyfourfeet fect harmony. In materials and special occasions as Christmas, the the time and Brtnson got the the guests of Mr. and Mrs ,1 i II
| In those simple, convincing above sea level and the motifs the singing tower often partakes birthdays Washington, Lincoln;' ball when Hawthorn got the tip- Annie Mae: "Science and Inventions Wainwright Sunday.
+, highest point In Florida. Fourteen ) directly of Florida Itself. The remind me at a man with I Mr. and Mrs.
word, Edward Bok, widely known : and General Robert E. Lee. I otto Kirby Crews ,,ii,' publicist, author, and humanitarian lakes are visible from the plateau. coquina rock used in the lower' In giving this wonderful sanc. Lineup: poor blood." 'children, were visiting Mr\ nil
of Philadelphia, paid a note- Except the original pines, prac- I' walls\ was excavated at National I tuary and noble singing tower to Tompkins-Forward. Hazel: Why?" Mrs. G. W. WaInwright Sunday
able tribute to the land of his tically all the planting has been Gardens north of Daytona. Co- the public, Mr. Bok asks only one Andrews-Forward.Brlnaon Annie Mae: "Both are trying to Mr. Lerty Kersey was the KIK _i
adoption. But at Mountain Lake, Introduced Into the sanctuary since quinn rock is historic to Florida thing of the people. Will the pub- -R. Center. work up a good, circulation." of his elder, Mrs. II. S. Norman
Florida, he has found another, : 1923. This Includes over one and was used by the Spaniards In lic co-operate'with him In the care Kendrlck. Center. Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Sapp, ,.md
and probably more eloquent way thousand live oaks eight thous- the old fort at St. Augustine In of the sanctuary? Will they, as Struth Gual'll.Adkln'lGuard. Aviator: "Wantafly?" Mrs\ II. C. Edwards and (rhlldi-n
to express his gratitude to the peo- and azallas, one hundred sabal 1638. Also a Florida motif Is well as Its appointed wardens, be Eva: "Oo yeth." and Mrs. L, L. Sapp was vlsitm., "
pie of the United States for re- palms, and three hundred magnolias found In the gill of colored faience guardians of Its quiet, its flowers, Subs: hitch, Pearce, Stump and Aviator: "I'll catch one for you." Mr. and Mrs. J II. Wainwm-h'. ,,,
warding his "honest endeavor"with More than one-halt of the In the lancent windows. There II and Its birds? Will visitors not Jacobs. Sunday afternoon.
- the full measure of success. plants have been collected from There through a richly colored pick the flowers, feed or frighten .- The average woman's Idea of Miss Ruby Norman was rlv,
1 lie has given to the American public the wilds, most of them within a series of under sea forms like the I tho birds or make the sanctuary a B.IUV (m En.\l.H EKE.\T Intelligent driving is to stick: a guest of Miss: Alma Green Sann' ,
a bird sanctuary and a singing radius of twenty miles of the sanc- jelly-fish and sea-horse, the de- picnic ground for any form of refreshment im.UH'Oltl TOKNADOKS 3:1-11: hand out each side so she can turn day.
tower, dedicated to art, nature, tuary itself. velopment of life is traced through whatever? Especiallythey either way she wants to. .
and the service of mankind. Understanding the dreams of flora and fauna reaching the trees are asked not to scatter pa- The city conference championsof -. NEW I'ASSEXGKtV ftCHKDUI.KS;
Many people ask this question, Mr. Bok, one better comprehendsthe I and birds of the upper panels and per or rubbish about, and In walk- Jacksonville, Baby Generals,, STR.NGll'ElttiNy! / : I HAVE -
"Why has Mr. Edward W. Bok meaning of the nightingale'sretreat 'centering In a relief that shows Ing keep to the grass paths This defeated B. II. S. Tornadoes by a META Beginning Sunday, April 21st,
i given to the people this beautiful here In the quiet woodland, "man's dominion over all.\ Is one place where visitors are ask- score of 33-6. The game was fea- Seaboard Railway schedules for
sanctuary and Its wonderful singing where the golden-throated song- Similarly the carvings of birds I ed, "Please keep on the grass." tured by several long runs, TheB. comedian who didn't sem to Starke were posted as follows.
tower?" The answer Is best sters from the surrey groves are on the marble band encircling the Gentlemen are expected to wear H. S. lone counter was made In have an ambition to star in Ham Southbound
found in the prologue to "The beginning their own Americanization. tower above the great North Door, I their coats when in the sanctuary the third period when Alvarez Intercepted let.A No. 1-(Local) 11:19: p. m.
Americanization of Edward Bok" One understands, too, the and the pinnacles which replace How do the native Floridians regard a pass and ran 90 yards man who realized he didn't No. 11-(Local) 11:23 a, m.
and in his "Two Prsons". There presence of.the flamingoes in the the gargoyles; of Suropean Gothic, the memorial? As something for a touchdown. The Tornadoescan have any sense of humor.A No. 107-(Limited) 1:19: p. m
be tells how tho Dutch govern- picturesque small morass near the show the cranes, flamingoes! and I fantastic, a strange way of spend- be held in the distinction of teacher who enjoyed grading No. 191-(Limited) 10:34: p. m.
ment entrusted the care of a dan- lake. These magnificent strange native birds of Florida. Wherever ing money? being the first to score on the Gen- papers.A Northbound'\
gerous sandbar off the Dutch coastto ers, sable and scarlet-trimmed possible, the architect, Milton No. It Is their singing tower erals out of nine games played. guest who didn't suggest a No. 2-Local) 6:35: a. m.
his grandfather. Infested with against a snowy white, are Chilean B. Medary, and the'builders, Hor- their refuge of beautiful wild The B. II. S. team was hamperedby few little changes to Improve our No. 12-Local( ) 3:05: p. m.
pirates, and as barren of all Vege- birds (birds from Chile) the do- arce Burrell and Sons, have used things, their proudest, most apprecIated loss of Griffis, Redgrave and house No. 108-(Limited) 5:41: p m
tation as the most arid spot on nation of the South American republic southern material In the construction possession. Drive out KIckllter. Grims and Klckllter be- A woman who didn't say she \Vannee Branch tharin 101 now
,n earth, nevertheless order was not In recognition of the out. of the tower. Both the gray there, stopping at an orange groveto ing sick and Redgrave Ineligible.It had to learn to like! olives.A leaves Starke 7:00 a. m., and train<
only established there but more. standing purpose of the park. marble at its base called "creole" ask a resident the best way to seems as though B. H. S. has a girl who believed a young 102 arrives Starke 2:40 p. m.
Both his grandfathers were true Previous to the coming of the which is cut to suggest the outlineof reach the sanctuary "Oh you're hard time getting a full team on man when he told her she was the Blue BUll Lines
lovers of beauty, and by their own South American group to the park, bells, and also the pink "eto- goln to see Bok's Bells and birds," tho field. first girl he had ever loved.A Northbound-8:59: a, in., 1 li*
" art and persistence planted the Island a fine trio of the South African varIety walt" marble are from the,. Tate he will say with his face smiling Left end ______________ Moore lady who didn't know we're ,p. m., 4:30 p. m., 8:28: p. m., 5:1: in i
so wonderfully with trees and had been Imported by Mr. Quarries of Georgia. pleasantly "Well, you will like Right end Stcrnberg having a play next Friday night. a. m.
shrubs, they changed their sand- Bok. But they failed to prosper The tower weighs five thous- every bit of it." Which Is unqualified Left Ttackle Davis Southbound : 37 a. m., 11 1"
bar into a haven of beauty, where hero. After a few month a soli- and five hundred tons and la securely praise as Mr. Bok jovially de- Right Tackle Wainwright .ir.Mon HI a. m., 4:07 p. m., 0:37 p. m., 11 fil' birds rested In their journey across tary male was left, cheerful anchored to a reinforced clared. "The truest approach to Left Guard Graham p. m.
the North Sea, thus saving the enough, and very friendly with the covereta mat, two feet six inches the American character is through Right Guard Brownlee The Junior High School held .-
lives of thousands. Humans came wardens who bestowed much at- thick. This in turn Is supportedby its Idealism.\ Quarterback _L: McMillan their regular assembly WednesdayNov. Ocala Grounds of Atlioni
also to this sanctuary from the tention upon him. one hundred and sixty reinforced From my tours of Florida I can Right Half -Alvarez 20. The following program school being beautified.
V world over for inspiration. Artists The bird proved not In the least concrete piles, driven to carylng truly say that to me,. Iron Moun- Left Half Raymond was enjoyed after the business
have described and painted It hostile in his attitude to the second depths from thirteen: feet two tain Is the most beautiful spot In Fullback -,__u_ Cox meeting :
as one of the loveliest spots on I flamingo contingent to arrive at inches below ground. The tower all of Florida Including Coral Gab- I Substitutes: Miner, Matheny. I II Piano solo: Elizabeth Williams
earth. Mountain Lake. This was a groupof rises from Its foundation, fiftyonefeet les, Hollywood, and Miami with I -*- Skit: "History Exam Tomor-
The message left by these grand- immature birds from Andros, wide at Us base to the maJestic all their beauties and gaieties. I ADVICI3 KY HAM.Y !SUE !SISHYHAXCK row" Seventh grade.
parents, "Make you the world a In tho Bahama Islands, and declared height to two hundred and have been to Iron Mountain num- I 0V :M.lKIU.lf.H.': Rectatlon: : Dorothy Smith. SoundStoclc 4
bit more beautiful and better because by orlnthologlsts to be identic- five feet. In gradually changing erous times and all I ask now Is a FIGHTS, IMVOKCES, ETC. Song: Assembly. ,
i you have lived in it," became ally the type of those once so numerous form at the top and but thlrty- beautiful little home nestled
Mr. Bok's own inspiration throughout and happy In the peninsular. seven feet wide. The North Rooms among the charming hills and placid eDar Miss: Sissysance: The Junior High School girls
his many services to his fellowmen However, all the Bahaman youngsters of copper bronze, handwroughtby lakes of Iron Mountain where it I am terribly worried about my have organized a basketball team
were unfortunately lost, by t Samuel Yellin, centering in its seems "God alone doeR dwell." daughter She Is a. sweet child and are practicing regularly. They Fire
When E. Bok found himself at accidental conditions during the rich design the various motifs of Hazel Underhill. and far from being one of these will keep up the old record and
a point where he could affor ure for certain finer things he had consignment Is expected shortly to The latter Is surrounded by a IT HAPPENED IX JUNE subject of much gossip.At rofecf
been compelled to pass by in the arrive at the sanctuary from the moat. ThIs with the planting and present she Is going with a The Junior HI boys have gottenup
;"OJ:I-fllled years behind hIm he southern !islands. Its reflection In the pool will keept Almost anything coold happen In One young man who seems to thinka A football team called the our miffs
'_ built a i..me for himself' and family With the growth and develop- at one with the sanctuary it- June and In this play, almost everything lot of her. lIe appears to be a "Bradford Pirates." The average
In th( Florida! highlands, ItiT.as ment of this enchanlnv retreat, an- self. The Interior of the tower does happen in the way perfect gentleman and a man of weight of the line Is about one
; : 1'e1l1:1"ilIIPpJ1lr/ ) I / skies on-I other idea seemed to httve\ eYPlve will not be open to the public asa of entertainment. fine character, but some silly rum- hundred and ten pounds The and give* you assurance
lakes, P* beautiful native growthof rery gradually In the mind and Will be private! to the carillon It's only one week now until or has been circulating that he is backfield Is about the same. So of dependable

live oak, laurel, magnolia, palm )Heart of Mr. Bok. Yes, there was and Us player. thIs: olo' schoolhouso waken up and! married. We have good reasons to far they have played no games but service, with no regret -
and pine. There were deeper icffiethlng\ else: Mr. Bok could do Many people, do not realize the witnesses an evening! of sparklingwit believe he is not married, but( can I Saturday they expect to play Ala- now.-'Or later
woodlands interspersed pleasantly fo: the place lie-had chosen for himself llfferenca! between a carillon and appealing drama and gay not prove It to the village gosst- I chtia and Thursday the Hampton
with open glades; there were and the birds. It was something chime, A chime, ring, or peal, hatter to a full house of enthus- pers. Please advise me what to do. : Tgers.: Merrill Futch has been \ :tSURE( SAFELY AND WITH CONFIDENCE
dusky courts of myrtle and spreading that would add immeasurably Is a set of bells not more than iastic B. II S. boosters. If I thought; the 'young man was : elected captain

shrubs woven together with to Its charm, Its significance eight, ten or twelve In number The occasion, the latest and best married I would not think of let- HAROLD C. WALLs
blooming creepers. The bogati- :l1give countless people, now and turned: to the notes of the diatonic play offered by the students of B. ting my Betty go with him. What I Winter Haven Amerlcon Nat-
villa vine with Its gay colors of hereafter, a share In the beneflence. Ecallt: j (that Is, producing by a defInite H.l S. or any other students, and shall I do? 'onal! Bank opened for business recently INSURANCE
with stock of $100-
purple and t scarlet blended with : lie would build here on order of tones and halftones that's saying a lot. Betty's Mother, capital
the surrounding scenes, especiallywaa the highest eminence a companile, : ). The carillon Is played on Miss Hazel MIddleton, our capable Betty's Mother:: 00. STARKE, FLORIDA
Winter Garden First National -
It beautiful at night with a singing tower, a klokkenspel, a keyboard or clavier, similar to director and the faculty are Do not pay any attention ta the -
full moon BhlnJns on It, The air they would call it lu his native an organ or p"ano, alto an auto- very excited over the po\,tbnui sat village gossIpers my dear! You Dank reopens. .
was sweetened by palm and pine; land.Few matic player la Installed. this play and think U will be a know-they must have something to -
there were wilder scents from thq but know about the slng- This carillon has seventy-one decided success" The cast Is composed talk about in their idle hours. In
jungle stretches: and, permeating Ing towers of the old world und belie with fifty-three notes, or of the following talented ac- the I meantime, however, I would Modern
all, was the brisk aroma from blue wonder why It Is called a singing tour and one-half octaves: The tors: advise that you make sure the Hotel
seas on either shore of the narrow tower The singing tower Is the total weight of the bells Is 123- Betty Bronson-Estelle Kendrick : young mAn Is o. k. You may look _
peninsular.. AudUllon long called traditional name of a carillon tow- 264 pound The tenor bell alone up his record' by going to the statistical
thIs reign a "bird heaven." before siFrom early medieval timesIn weighs eleven tons, and' the nm. H- Charles Atkins-Paul Knight.: department, Washington: Central
men began to depopulate It. the Netherlands Bellgum and eat twelve pounds. It Is the finest Suslo Crundel Lena. Belle D. C.Deaf. HILLSBORO _
But tho "roseutte clouda" of the North of France, watch towers and largest carllto'n' ever 'cast, and Shepard. -
pink curlew and vivid flamingo de- were erectedjrfrom' which sentinels was made at the John Taylor and Randy Stewart-Milton\ Brownlee. : Miss Sissysance: Spacious",
scribed by the famous naturalistin could see! the flooding of the Sons Bell Foundry at Lo kbbor- I I'm tired of living on "restau *
his Florida notes of a hundred dykes or the coming of Invaders.In !. ough, England, where they have: Mollla Jessup.-Pearle Manning.Jim rant hash" but what shall I do? I Tampa Florida
years ago, had long been gone such a crisis the blowing of a been casting the famous bells of Pritchett Cornollua Ed can't conk and It almost Impos Hospitable!
when Mr. Bok erected his home at horn by the watchers would sum the world since the days of the wards. sible to find a "cook" these days.
Lake Wales. Still In his walks mon the people to the threatened Black Prince. Think of a craft Nell Crundel-Thclma Sllco.x Most of the girls work or are too *
through woodland quiets and along danger. i so fine, transmitted from sire to Euallna Scroggs Eva Mar- lazy to cook. I've proposed to several d.t'
dense lake shores, the humanitarian Gradually a bell replaced the son through hundred of years, the cotte. and the first question ther ask 92.5O to $O.OO per
found the native songsters; I horn. Then clocks were Introduced secret formula of the perfect tunIng JanIs Sneed Itallle Jones.So Is how much money I've got. When I T -
abundant. He noted also the de Into the towers and bells were it IH claimed, never being! com- long We'll see you In B. II. they find out that I am not a millionaire : r r :
tided increase in the feathered struck to mark the passing of the mitted to writing, but handed : S. auditorium Friday, December and cannot afford to give' Free Cur Storngo
population In mid-winter., Why hours More bells were added, down to the Immemorial "word of 6th at 8 o'clock p. m. them a palace furnished with servants SCA
not encourage them? Why not then chimes on.which simple tunes mouth" way. The plainest work- -..._._._- to live In they Rive: me the S

make the region sanctuary for wero played at quarter hours, and man at Loughborough. Is a true U. It. 8. NOTES: air. What's a guy to do? / OflC tel ..\.\.-\ Hotel
native and migrant birds'alike? more fully before the big bell craftsman, and even today he will Hopeless Sam.
These were questions that struck the hour. tell you with the dignity of the n. H. S students again had the Hopeless Sam: 11 7y -
rose In Mr. Bok'a mind but, de did Slowly through the centuriesmore old time: artisan who Is an artist, privilege of receiving splendid Do not despair your case Is I not' r.. a
) not fully realize his grandparent's bells were added more fine- that "our bells are always cast atmidnight address by Dr. Tyler, of the Methodist so bad! Ruilloa
message until he walked one evening ly attoned, and the wondrous ".mllsic yes. The composition of church of South Jacksonville, In Marketvllle they have estab-' .
from hla home at Mountain of the skies" was evolved. The the metals. It Is our own fomula. during tile chapel hour last Thursday lished a "guaranteed cook, rental
Lake to Iron Mountain. The sun carillon was recognized, as one But If you ask if the legend Is true Dr Tyler's message was very department" and they (the cooks) pit ng Room
was setting and the moon risingat musician has aptly described It, that a wedding ring la always cast forcefully delivered and was one are rented by their weight. I advIse .
I Its full. Standing between those "aa most lasting, yet the rarest, Into the mother mass, you are like- which the students are likely to you to get a large one as \

two ancient symbols of a man's the loudest yet the most ethereal. ly to get only a quiet smile In remember quite a while. they are more capable. As for the You will meet friends and a wel- N", Department 8"Jrf
proposing stop It! Retire to your
Ideals and his activities, Mr. Bok among artistic instruments. answer.At En 'red trop Lobby
felt that thla mountain once hallowed -I Nearly every city and town of any rate, there were many Goodness! Won't these )kids be den and acquire bachelor habits.
by the worshlpTof the In- trio Nether 'countries has long months of'work 'In the quaint old quite and quit their nonsense? W.e Alter that,It'll be easy; Bachelors cot at

dians of Florida who used to meet had Its carillon Its singing tower, English town before the vast mass can hardly "compose" our minds are always popular. S sTILE
here each spring to reverence the as well as Its official bellmaster or of musical metal across the Atlantic to: write an even half-way descent I
Great Spirit, was the place to es corilloneur. There are approxl- and was unloaded at Lake school paper. What's that did Pear Miss Slssyance:


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I ___ liVt ,lirldc., fit wllh fludH.\ Following! are Home A brief outline follows: '
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LIVE STATE NEWS Iby word is a lamp unto my feet and a light unto my path -Psalm 119:105.: n'lf-i'lslnu r mr I boor nt her right hum!. points thai should 1 bu ooiiHlderedIn N'lIAlrlcullural: news review '

;Mix.Ncwl.vwt'd Is wlllinut four and. this con neclJol1. .

ml1 I rl.Unrl'l. nfif": 1 EAll religious! teaching doctrine or without ri-pniiirli.: And 'In: < Is everything Pullets and bens, to do their 1'er. 1--DlpeaseH and Enemiesof !
t.. ; if they are to have any shu cooks! best should be comfortably the Adult Hee-U. 11:. Foster
I the love devotion of the must be in harmony with "
upon loyalty and people "You must come to dinner she houspil.! Plenty of ventilation apiary Inspector state plant board
the teachings of Jesus the Christ whose words fit into every fold and creviceof
: says, nnd\ como I they must, these should be provided, but drafts The Value of Livestock Products -
TOLD BY OUR EXCHANGES I the human heart and of whom it was said in John 7:46.: "NEVER. MAN critical In-laws who dread this .
SPAKK LIKE THIS; MAN." iboiild be Bvoliled CoUlti and ro'IlpIre Consumed on the farm-- Dr.J. ,
iliMiuinKtrntlon of uinuti'ur cu I III 1)('. I
,. -_-.-. --,-,----,----_ -_..,-_-_,__..__..,__.,_,_.!. nt hr cU-lmt. generally the ro ult of birds I K.: Turlington professor of agricultural
.:. -- u ; What is said about those who boy Jesus was .obedient to his The bride Is calm I
Pllr-I bo>lug In poorly ventilated houses erenomlcs, Florida Collego '
vegetable soup
Work on I the con, and to have w !1he' proud of her i
hint City- commission today gave permission wait on the Lord? Answer read elite, appears cheesy sticks she serves 'loiuillncH8 Is abcolutelly eHsentlal. of Agriculture.Dee. \ I

_, ,"!.'lion of a 10-unlt garbage die- to the city of Miami and the !Sou- Imi. 40:31.: as a carpenter In their home. After nod with.tlle It. Rousts uro simpler and Have clean house, clean) 3-Chats i to Livestock Men

,?',' ii plant on South Wailer strecI board Air Line to build two slior <'111'1st, TIll! DMlIP nest", this visit to the temple we h..l1rl surer than t .any other meat nil. birds 1 clean teed and clean waler. from U. S. Department of Agriculture l'
started by the city. lines of railroad John 14:23.: Jesus I\nKwcrel no more of Joseph. Just how Jesus ;
I,,, ,, hcen In that city Tin I I'lirasilcn both external and In- ,
Construction will cost approximately and said unto him If a man lot spent these 18 years from his I! ornal 1 rotnrd egg production II'I I Co-operative' Agroi\- t9
$140,000 and me, he will keep lilY words: and first visit to the temple until litbegan
\Vlnter Go.rdenthe $50,00 will enable lhe< nt'' Provide Home form of green feed omy xIIPl'lmentli-'V. F:. Stokes

i, i III'I'y of W. IA Storey neur Alia Seaboard system to reacn the murlclpnl my Father will love him, and we his three years ministry :itch day. It contains minerals i nci agronomist Florida Experiment:
.al",,! Spring 1 Is building Its own; railway and docks ownei will como unto him, and make our ) tho age of thirty, we are not \ utnnilne both of which are PH- Station .

>,i, I King house by the city over Its own rails abode with him.Revelation except that ho was subject unto ,'nl al. Such feeds IIH kale, collard Dec. G-,Primer for Town Farmers ,:
i I' 3:20:J:: 21. Uphold I his earthly parents.Doubtlea ( ,
for rape) sprouted oats' llerifiida. from U. S. Department of Ag-
A of Italian Jacksonville -- Convicted stand at the door. and knock : 1 If time wan found Y I
K. >' West -- group on and for 1t .It' urn being lined by 1)0111l'all4el'8. riculture. ,
i ? developed here ti tact grow four counts of an Indictment any man hear my voice and ape studying the Scr.ptlire: try i ; Dec 0--What Steers Will do on
Industry with an an charging him with sell'ng the door, I will\ come In to h:nand worship of Clod. One of I the books shell rbnrconl t
,\"e., macaroni a quaff "What wouldbo t Oyster( and grit Good Pasture--O. K. Hltcbey. aaflutunt -
,,,'hi, ,,1 I production of oppl'oxlmalelyIIUO. ); tlty of narcotics to govertnnen will sup with him, mill he with asks this question business' for boys t should b} available In open hop- '", agronomist, Florida Kxperl r

_."')\,( agents, H. A. Hubler former!; mt:. :21. To him that ovcrcometl' the 'fathers pers. In which the dry mush I Is ment Station ; "

United States district attorney has'' mill I grant to sit with me in my; and girls; today? wisdom pill. The birds can consume this Wintering Reef Cattle---I>r. A.

I jim Reach-A budget of $20.- been sentenced to three years I lithe throne; even as I also overcunv "And Jesus! increased In : lad i. dr> mash all day. Provide u non- I.,. Shenly I head Animal Husband

,", i,i fur the coming year was roc federal penitentiary In Ihe'' and am set down, with my l"ather and! stature", and in favor with who Newlyweds Favor HoneymoonCake waitiliiK hopper and one than can ry Department, Florida KxperlInent : -
,,,,mended, by the budget: t commit game court room In which he upell In his throne. and man. Do parents and Paradise Pudding. be clemmed.\ Place the water fountain .Statfen.TampitShaver.
homes HO I
their <
i I",, (of the Greater Palm head to proHHcute. He was sentence Prayer: May our home be "'saw read this tho nt \ near "a mash hopper. Thin ---.-- '
will Increase In standard (treat
tilled and blessed", by Thy pre) that their sons Iamb\ was! ever n '
to years on each count, witthis will Induce
Commerce. u mash
of greater ('OUI
Brothers lease
i 1.lInher i, i wisdom or favor of God? Do the the In-lnw's h,"III'. So roust. land I
sentences to run concurrentlyTallahassee cites as our divine guest. children<' In your home obey the It is, with mint Jolly Jelled In thorefrlperntor 'uiirrptlcn.Tba Gulf Iron Works building and will '

Lakeland Plans have bee I I II command 1. "Honor thy father and and. croon; IK-IH. I grain or scratch feed I Is fed remodel, for grapefruit: canning

,'J.i ".'.need for the organization 1 1ii. If John Johnson I SUNDAY; SCHOOL mother?" If not, whose Is the Then comes\ thnt bane of life of either once or twice a day 1C plant, which will employ, 400 work- i,
!".. Florida, Citrus Fruits Product! Lakeland was awarded the contract LESSON hy every bride before the reign of Self twice, feed. only a smilll amount I era.
establish tannin for completing the grndlnj I fault? rlsltiK Hour-drop biscuits !111h In the morning and the 8
( ,, III pall) to a ( I greater Canal Point Southern Sugar
of road No. 17 In Polk (county be Holf-rUliiK Hour however nil fear nt nlKht
i I.I"ry i, here. B.\I'TIST the actual rooking lan Company plans lu open second 144
twc-en Haynes City: and Auburn roil mri.Miui: :: : ) I. inz! : Is mutter gone, of ten of the Inst minutes. Adopt a feeding, practice and fol- sugar plant liere.Tupipii .

Tampa, -- Tampa's cigar! l'ut1\ut dale, at a letting of the state roati Subject: The Christian Home In Sunday School at 10 n. m. Wo The recipe 1 In 1 simply two cups ol low It out whit regularity. $20,000 storage garage ; ;

fin, October reached a total oI.SK4,370 department. The contract price a !Modern World. music on Sunday self.risinglour'' \ two tablespoon' of ; building going up at 405 Lafayette .
:, : cigars an Increase of was $1 t.491'i.64.' The' contract was Colden: Text: "Honor thy father hope to have special fat and seven-eighths of u cup of Wnt.H1I. l'IEOilt.\M street. /

over Sep originally let to n. l1oolh, of Creel next. Come. milk. ---I,'rime Volrii Klui-lil.V
11I'1'. ? than 11,000,000 and mother. Kpli.I 0:2.: 7:30p. of Mount Dora Florida Public
Cove Springs bul was cancelled hy Worship! at 11 a. m. and : Dessert N ensy for tho happy I
II t. mber.Wllllston. ; I Lesson Texts: take 2:40-52.: Service Company reduces Ice rates
m. at the mornillSel''l'o IJiere the romantic pairing: H
the bride for
department on the ground thai Individual homes are the tour nalneavllle, Flit -- A varied
will bo an address by Mr. George oll\'loUII-I'III'.IIIIIIO Pudding here.Winter
The State Hoad Dep.ntment no progi-esp was being made. farm for next week Park Additional
elation of our communities states }o'. Tlbbitts founder and director Honeymoon Cuke. No terrors !hero I program over --- equipment
!has been unloading road and nation. In Dent. God. said 1. Volunteers of the World. Follow these directions: Radio Station VVHUK. Btuto owned Installed at- public playgrounds *
Imi'dlng,' material during the pus Cross City Laying the "rockon "These words which I command Gospel The Honeymoon Cake. station at the University of Florida -:

!1'u days !here and will soon star road No. 19, between here and thee this day shall be In tblni U. Y. P. U. at 0:30 Come.: p. m. H cup fat IV* cup iiclf. has Just been announced by Tallahusaee dedicated airport '

work on Road No. 19 between tho Suwiiniee river has been com heart: and thou shalt teach then union Is growing.: service Wednesday I%!! cup sugar lemon exU rifting cup milk flour or tho Florida Agricultural Kxtenslon November 11 and 12. !
mid-week 1
The hi"
In.. ,r.' and Ocala.Okeechobee pleted and the surface I treatment I 1 If, diligently unto thy children." Tin evening will be In charge, of tract i ermine; juiceS ,
now underway. The surface treat whites
following Raid to be good del egg
: are All will en- ,
Conners !high ment started at Old Town coming tuitions of a home: the Girls Auxiliary.: Directions : Crenni the fat ; add l

wnwith Improvements costing this way, and several miles have, "The place where the small an joy their program.. the sugar ; continue to cream unlll I

$1110,000.) Is now open. It provide already been covered. The firs! great and the great; are small." romcuiN MISSIONS the gtigur granules have dissolved ;

the shortest route to PalnvBeacI step toward finishing' the road 1 is, "The Father's kingdom the< add tho flavoring wad Hour alternately !:

the bel putting" on the waterproof coat, services for for- with the milk ; fold In the Save
and Miami through sugar mother's world, and the chlld'i Special prayer whites, beaten still but not
and the winter vetegable farms of which consists of tar and oil. After paradise"; "The place where our eign missions will be held at the dry egg, ; pour Into u greased and

i ho Everglades. this has been completed. It will faults are hidden under a mantle Baptist chnich Monday afternoon lion red cake pun und hake In n

then be covered with asphalt and of charity." at 3:30: and Tuesday afternoonat moderate oven about thirty min

St Petersburg Removal ol slag, which the final step. A real home does not consist of! 4:00.: Circle No 1 will have utes. Cuol and spread (the top and i

.111 airplane manufacturing plain the house nor the furnishings nor charge of I the program); Monday and sides with ol'llfe/, frosting. ,

Horn Michigan: to St. Petersburg 1 liiimounced Tampa -- Ten persons were the amount of worldly pleasure 1 It the Y. W. A., on Tuesday. All -.

by Blair & Company, seriously Injured, one perhaps totally affords A home whether ]large< members and friends are cordially -

developers for the Aeronantica here late today us a trolley or small rich or poor should be iplace Invited to attend these meetings. I I II Tireto

stud Industrial Holding Corpora car crossing a railroad track was of mutual self denial sym Rl'K.U. COMMON": HKXSKISy : : I
struck by a backing! switch en n.\"'I'IS'l'1: S.
!lion of Florida.Mount : pathy forebearance and love I SpuiN Johnson! I II

-- gine. Roberto Lara 33 Injured among its members. In a home I :

Dora Mount Dora, Internally and with his right leg there must be government and The regular business and program I :

I lnnt'lIln.: Euatls Plnellas Park amputated was unconscious and obedience. Discipline and observ meeting of I the Baptist W. I

Lake 'Valee.Myer8, Gaines not expected to live. Six others anne ot proper rules are as Important M. S., was held Monday afternoon OSSIIIM: TO onr.MX

ville. nartow, Jiradenton and Wintir were In hospitals and three were as love and forbearanceA : at the home of Mrs O. P. Hay- treated at drug store near the devotional the ICEt'0!I US AMI PROFITS ;
a the
mind. After
Haven are planning new airports good set of rules on this subject money
and :hangars. scene of thp accident.. The car was Is contained In Col. 3:20-21: "Chll : program for the month, "Our Unchanged -

tarrying about 20 persons most dren obey your parents In all Task In n Changing: Winter Is the time when eggs are

West Palm Beach A seaplane of them cigar factory workers to things! : for this la well pleasing World,' wus rendered by Circle No. generally scarce, and consequently I

hens is to be established, here l lihi h> their homes In Palmetto Iloach unto Lo'd. Fathers provoke not 3. sell for a high price. The hens -

Curtiss-Wright Flying HerM.c from their work Il had stoppedfor not your children to anger lesi During: I tho business session have been laying: heavily through

\ Approximately $100,000 will e passing train and us It start- they be discouraged.' In every home plans were discussed for giving); the summer and eggs have been il.: d
ted across the Intersection was demolished the astioclutlonal executive People! who keep poultry I
!h. expended by the company for there should be love and loyallY lunch to cheaper. \
] by I the switch engine. which meets In could l obtain a considerable
necessary work on the site and Installation among the children between the committee : *

of hangars children and the parents, and between Starke next 'luesday I a. m. Also amount more profit if they couldBackache !

Pensacola Four automobiles: the parents themselves; and gifts were brought In for packing --- -- ---- --- --- ---- -- -

Key West Signing of a fiveviur lay at the bottom of.the Sage river no home can be complete without the box for our orphan at Arcadia. (
near here today as the result of After adjournment Mrs. Raymond 1 rI
lease on the Meacham airpart love loyalty and obedience tcCod's
Key West between the own the capsizing In midstream of a law8.Therefore. served delightful hot lea and 6f J/l/, I

HI there and the Pan-American barge ferry yesterday on which 15 the study of God'i cake. If functional Bladder Irritation ; 1 I

Airawys Inc, may mean that a persons were riding. The 11 passengers word In the home is essential tc disturbs your sleep causes.Burningor ,,'

portion of the Cuban air mail now including Ihree (children Its completeness. Our lesson today MUST CIIHISTIAN; CIICRCJ'Bible Itching Sensation, Backache or

iiplng handled through Miami and two women and the four tells. of the childhood and home ....- Leg Pains making you feel tired

w ill be transferred to Key: West. members of the crew either swamto life of Jesus. Luke 2:40: ( says, School and communion depressed and discouraged why not t
shore or were rescued. The accident child and waxed services each Lord's Day at 10 try the CynUix 48 Hour Test Don'tRive
"And the ,
grew Get Cyntrx today at any
Tarpon Springs The caonng: happened about 2 p. in. strong In spirit, filled with wisdom o'clock. drug up.store. Put It to the test. See I;

factory on Tugwell & Wiseman when the bout, which operates on : and' the grace of God was Church services morning and how fast It works. Money back if I ))1VJ i
this and Mobile of the first Sunday in doesn't bring quick improvement
fro., opened after a delay of a a route between city upon him.' This was the first 12 evening It Try !
Ala. caught In the swift each month by the pastor Bro. and satisfy you '
was \
Christ's life. Under Ilela
week due to failure of a shipment years of Cyutex today. Only 60o. I
of cans to arrive. The building moving current and swung side w of Israel'a boy became "A eon Dixon of Jacksonville. f.;

I erected at a cost of about $22- ways out of Its course and more of the law" at the age of twelve ;'

,11110 as 96 feet by 148 feet, and than 100 yards downstream.Fort years, and began attending the annual THE NERVE. BLOOD AND SKIN SPECIALISTS I \\

liiih two floors. feasts.
Lauderdale -- Resolutions '. > ..t lrnlrt nllh etrrr nuflrrrrr front nnr Our lesson continues "Now his \" rnrnmllr r<<|iir itnn
Governor Doyle I K. Carlton .. rlfroiili'' ill..rii.... for tthli-h thi-r burr burn unable ... tliHl. H rue''. 4t
2100. urging went to Jerusalem every and nl "%rri>im.f / t t
Tampa Florida paid parents \\. hntp' tlrtnlra mnnr >corn' tn (lie Irnitmrnt riirf ,
call session of the ...... ....k and iiirilrtril n<-rl .*
'''' to a special the feast of the hronUnnil. Miiri'lnl llUi-imcx, oirrr tohe
Treasury to paseover.And
Ill,52 Into the U. S.
to enact a miles year ii* ..|'....I..II..t. lit thin. lino .., illnrnoi-ii. 1'on..iil Malian. i>,.nnilnii loii sad nil.ltf .
during the first nine months of Florida legislature when he was twelve years old \. will runt >oil ....'b..ot.. : 'I'li* l-lllclrm-y nt our Inn-.l.rl.-.l and \>rrlrflr>t I ji .
29!) as taxes on cigars IUllnllfdcI tax as a means of "relieving the they went up to Jerusalem after iirlhiMlM. luiw. born. pnttrii, mill our .riirlriii| "Ill llilN. <*|IIMM nt ill.i-n.*M i ,
nt thp who hut* hprii IrrntVfl end brought
real estate and the .I..r..t.
I lured In th e state. This repre- present burdensome the custom of the feasts. Thispassover bark to hriilth and hm p i ii ln<..ii> ..li situation, were passed at a .. .. ... \v furnlxh nil niptllrlniV. a J
"'nts the third highest tax payment lax feasts was the first that \\ ilo not mil lix-iirnlilp A ll rn f ,
... .
Nlittl. .11 MIoiirK.I'rllnitni. I
iilnrrn In nil form
made on this commodity In meeting here last,. night of several .I en in had attended "And when nnrernnlolly. I rliil.l.brut >tlllnrln, Kpllrli: "'. .illnrna of nomin.rrvoo" .. ...,...'1..1 t
'also United States during the perFort ,ounty organizations. The action they fulfilled the ((7)) (days as they and roiifrtii'trtl dl.||.*....*.. lllo.iil. mill MkllB IMIIIWN.| III.l .rflM*>i of til* Hl..liilih.l.ltrr .
.. Hum** or Menerwun: millplnnl
combined meetingof and I ldurr Hliul l T nnil
taken at
was returned the child Jesus tarried .. ...
I"d niri-llon I>IVM| fiirnl h: the Ilroward county commission behind In Jerusalem." rnnrn or the ">''. >" ... nnnbl to rnll nt> our olttr, *.
the nroward county port, authority M* will Klii.ll ........ runniiitnlloii ....".k or r.-iir..... Nunduy """1'.. I mil |>. Here's a tire that combines good looks high
I Lauderdale A narrow They traveled large caravans' .... to :iIi, p. .... '
-'rip' 200 by 400 feet and averag-! Ilroward county school the men and the women and t'" quality and low pric .
>nard, ort Landerdale city commission At PUBLIC HEALTH EXTENSION. INC., "j
liu> 10 that remains children In separate companies.
feet deep Is all
It's not an unknown brand. It's built by
I ''i the dredge "Cofozal" to dig out the Napoleon P. nrowardIralnage the end of the first day they missed 431' West Beaver Street I
district and the plantation Htm the world's largest manufacturer of tires.
"ul, then Fort Everglades will have : Jesus "And they sought Jacksonville. Florida

.1 i (5-foot:( depth of water. This drainage district All of them of among their kinsfolk and acquaint It'. a Genuine Goodyear Pathfinder f
!practically the dredging/ opera- are major ance. And when they found Him ,

I'ons' started more than two years the county. not, they/turned back to Jerusalem It' a tire you'll be proud to own. Fine

igo seeking Him After three built from to tread
looking-quality carcass
New Smyrna -- First reported days they found him In the temple
casualty of the 1929! ,30 Floridainnting -larger-heavier-sturdier. I
Crystal River-Citizens of Crystal Bitting In the midst of the doctors NOTICETax I
season was the both hearing them and asking/
Illver subscrlp- No medium
are soliciting of John Roye, need to take a chance on risky
hooting: yesterday question. Just when the child
"ons' Instating -
to defray the cost
brands. .
TItusvlIle, by State Senator J.J. '
their citywater 38 Jesus began to know that he was _
a flashing beacon on
tower. It will be visible for f. Parrlsh, TItusvlIle. IJoye and the Son of God and was to represent Certificate Sale

As Crystal Senator; Parish were members of Him on earth we do not NEW PIIICES ON PATHFINDER TIKES EFFECTIVE -
'wenty miles at sea.
a I party of five hunting wild tur- know: ; but often parents do not '
and '
Hay offers Ideal landing OCTOBER 13 192'J! ;
an ,
here and were about 150 10 o'clock January 2nd 1930
fake-off place for hydroplanes, the key near understand their children. Beginning a. m. .. "
feet' apart when the accident oc Children are often wiser than in Brad R
marker will be listed among the all outstanding State Tax Certificates* Balloon High Pressure _
his turkey
curred. Roye and their information
government beacons and It Is hop"d parents ford with subsequent and omitted taxes
of county
and moved In the clump 1
to attract travel down the West call Is often got from bad 29x1.10 _ ___ $ 5.90 30x 3 1./: reg.____ $ 5.05; ,
In which he had concealed will be offered for sale to the highest!
ushes will thereon
('oast > sources because the parent 29xl.50() _______ __ 6.68 ::10x3: 1.2 oversize_ 5.19 '

limself. Parrish said he thought turkey not take the time nor the troubleto bidder according to law at the Clerk's office in 30x1.30 __ _____ 6.' ::1 :11,1: ___ ____ __ 9.O3; '

Braden ton Deputy Sheriff L. the noise and fired and movement his shot gun.was a Boye Inform them hast thou the court house in Starke Florida. A good investment 30x1.75 _._ 8.15! ::12'.1.1 _____ 9.75 I

:satterwhlte; turnkey at the county : Parrlsh Mary said. "Son why 29x5.00 __ 8.5S :iix1: __ ._ __ 10.35 I : ;
was struck In the head. i dealt thus with us? And he said yielding large returns. A chance to pick upa
jail was himself a prisoner for to hospital 30x5.00: ___ 8.75 ::12,1, 1-2 ___ __ __ 1:1.65: 1,1
more than an hour yesterday be- >brought his where companion 29 hot were a tak- moist ye not that I must be piece of land cheap. Investigate. Buy and help 30x5.25 ,. __ .. 9.98!) :lax 1 1-2 .. H.l i,
1 here buslnellll1""Father"
"au e the door, of the stairwaY Ftoye's head. Physicians, about my father's your state and county; tax liens are ahead of all 31x5.25: .__-__ ___ 10.35 3hl 1-2 __ __. __ J.I.79 ;
from and'business'
here God.
leading to the prison on the third en would means 32x6.00 __ 13.75: 3h5H.( D.S ply __ 20.65'
recover.Choctawahacbee "
he others.
laid refers to his
floor locked behind him and the probably 32:<6.50 - -- 15.60 32x6 11. D. 10 ply 36.25
elevator wouldn't work without Bay Bridge on work on earth as Son of God preparation Sale continues from day to day until all sold. '1
of the plan of salvation
power. Word was finally relayed Gulf; Coast highway ,will cost II- '
and teaching the word of God and

bed'10 the to sheriff release and the "prisoner.he left his" sick (00,000( and take a year to com the means of redemption.! Then G. W. Alderman Ritch's ServiceStation ';

plete. New Port Richey Press. Jesus went down with Mary and +y

Palatka Organization of Irish Joseph to Nazareth "and was subject CLERK CIRCUIT COURT r1) 1'I'
Washington Over the objection cannery being discussed unto tlem." STARKE, FLORIDA ,', '
of the Florida East Coast rail potato
tore. For the next eighteen years the
road the Interstate Commerce 1
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I e.#..N*..... >;V.N...* :'iti'diiv uf it-moon the guest of her farm Sunday afternoon. Tampa On October i'! c: .I',,
Pictures To Mi and Mrs. Leamon Norman fruit shipments of Florida I'
Forestry .I trlund. Miss !Mabel Futch.Mrs r i ", '
Keystone Heights wore visiting her mother, Mrs. Exchange were 200,00 boxer.. ,iln.. ,,,I"i
11I1... Helen Ogden Cur Noah Crawford and dnugh-/; :Maggie I'owu'ng Sunday afternoon of same date last year.
l/ & Be Shown In BradfordWorld te.- Lucille of Jacksonv.lle: spent
I .*........... >.......*.. .
1 last Friday here the guests of Mrs. Mr. and Mrs D A. Denmark is :NOMC'I] TO C'OVIH" .\C'IOIIS
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The Craft Club held their regular :
Crawford. spending a few days with their
R. N. d.
District Forester J. J. \ ,
1UOMSONrKhKllllATK ISKIUUKN || meeting: at the home of Mrs son, L. R. Denmark. Stale-J bid will be I"'I"'I] I ],
IUXU :MH of the Starko ofllce\ of the Florida HlI'I'VOSU Mrs S. H. Thompson! spent last .
Win Pierce Wednesday afternoon. J. S. Norman and O. J. Phlllipa Huu '" of Hnnil Trustees. of (In i"I'i .
; CJOMH'AAVKimiNO Forest Service announced today -- Thorn attendanceand Friday with her son and daughterMr. of Storks., Florida, at the ulM.. ,. "
that he had completed a schedule The continued warm weather Is was a very good: delicious and Mrs. M. L. Thompson.Mr. 'were transacting business In Jack- the Clerk. of .said board until 7 ;:..i I,pm. ,
Mrs. Pierce served
causing: berries from old plants t to sonville Tuesday. I on the 27th day of lipi-Hinh> 't
for (he showing of forest fire prevention and Mrs. M. L. Thompson
who pleasantly ripen In Increasing quantities, several I lefreshments consisting of sand- Mrs. Oscar Carter and son, Jr.. D., 1C29. and 114 that tint 11.1"", u
Friends here so pictures In Bradford coun spent last Sunday near Lawtey -onelruct ion
ftom two wiches, Jello, cakes and hot choc- and Mrs. Lpamon Norman were opened fur the of un ;ad(|
remember Hev and Mrs. H. O. ty. For several days Mr. Cloulden growers bringing/ olate. with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. dltlon to the light and wntor pint,.
to four quarts during the past transacting business in Lawtey, of the .Hiiicl City of Stark unlit ad, !
Denison will bo Interested to know has been working with a represen- week. II. J. Turner of New River, Thursday the Woman's Club Grlms Friday afternoon. dltlon to be of brick, conrrct.other ". I

that they have recently celebrated tative of the American and Florida was displaying four quarts of as 'gave; a tureen super at the clubhouse Rev. J. L. Norris of Lacrosse, fireproof material.SeecirIeatlona ..

their golden weddlngiat Plalnwell, Forestry Association In Retting up fine berries brought In BO far this about forty were present .............++9+.......1: was visiting In this section Mon- lit |secured from of the said 1 Clerk building of Michigan: While pastor of the this program and he promises a season Saturday. They were and all seemed to enjoy the good : day. Board of Bond Trustees

t ti Presbyterian church In Starke, Dr. very interesting feature. ed from a small patch and supper. : WOO DL AWN : O. J. Phillips of Lawtey was A certified chock amounting I to

Denlson was Instrumental In building ,' Two big red trucks will tour various thecounty the one and a half acres he PICk-I Miss Gertrude Rouser, assisted! t :Mss :51 j'nice NiMiiinn, ("or, visiting his sister, Mrs. J. S. Norman 10 must per cent of the each amount bid. of ini. 1
which has made stopping at the her mother Mrs J. H. Houscr- accompany
by ,
the manse
comfortable home for the school houses and putting on these growing on his place. Lacy lovely bridge party. ..............+......... I Monday:; The board reserves blrtH. the light t to ,i. -
such a wards has also been successful In gave: a very jest any or all
{ minister and their families. The FREE pictures. Each truck carries picking several quarts of fine fruit Thursday evening After scores Miss Debbie Phllllpn who Is Miami Beach Manufacturedgas J. E. COUPENINO

Presbyterian of Plain well, Mich., I it's own power plant and Is were counted refreshments consistIng teaching school at Maxvllle spent plant and distribution system Chairman Pro Ti-in.
latest motion and bringing It to C A. FUTCH, _
gives the following account of the equipped with all the From reports of the berry situation of fruit salad, cheese wafers, the week-end here with her par- completed. Clerk 11-2t.5-12-.i7
materials. It will
celebration: e I picture rem- in Plant City, It is believed and coffee were served The guests ents, Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Phillips. .................... ........ : _.. ...... .. ..... ,. .. ..,
The members of the church en- embered that last year a similar that this section has had as many were Mrs. James Revlere, Mrs. Miss Zelma Knight who is teach- ,,,,,,,,,,,,",,,',",","'"."' "." / NIINIIIIIIIIYIIIII"IIIIIIIIIIIaIwtIInNIIIIIInwILIlwNal. n. .........-'",."..."."""".lIIm"I'--T.I""' .-.'" ",..."....; 1

Joyed the pleasure of helping Uev. program was carried out In Bradford early berries as any of the ship- Klwell Robinson, Misses. Helen ing school at Maxvllle spent the l

and Mrs. H O Denison celebrate county with great success ping points south of us and that Lawrence Shirley Mack, Arneeta week-end with Miss Debbie Phillips -

the crossing of the fiftieth mile- Mr. Goulden elates that a new the plants are In many Instances Ogden, Helen Ogden. Messrs. Jas. THRIFT STARTS
stone of their wedded life with a feature picture called In advanced stage. Revlere, Earnest Lipscomb, Le- Misses Myrtle and "Mamie Lou WithI
a more i
most enjoyable gathering In the be shown. This picture was I __ land Howard, Donald Pangbornand I Norman spent Sunday with their I I
The floral decorations filmed this summer In the pine sec Buck.
church parlors. Forest aunt, Miss Debbie Phillips.
the program of music, prayer tions of north Florida and south.GeOl' IH'AS \ .\I.t'ln.lnl Mr. J. D. Renfroa of Old Hick- Mr. and Mrs J.., R. Denmark and A Savings Account i !
will be the first :
speeches, the servingof 11I. and this Tenn. the of Law- and Bulah and
'l readings, Dr. W 1) Parka has purchasedthe ory, was guest son, Floyd Myrtle
time that It has been shown In
dainty refreshments while the rence Walrath over the week-end. Mamie Lou Norman were shoppingIn
former J. M. Alvarez farm
orchestra' played, the gift of gold, this county. According to Information Mr. Renfroe Is a graduate of Flor- Starke Saturday afternoon.
the this west of Starke on state road 23,
t ; and the beautiful wedding cake received by press ida University and is now with a Misses Ruth and Agnes Sapp, '
and Is completing\ plans for establishing :
human Inter
which the bride of fifty years most picture Is alive Improved Rayon Co., In Tenn. While In college Thelma Browning, Leon Norman 1e V
stock farm, using -
gracefully cut and shared with her eat, abounds with humor and carries a J. D., made a great many and P. D. Reddish attended churchat ,
breeds. There are nearly
that will be
{, : guests, and the many happy felicitations with It a message friends In Keystone and all were Evergreen Saturday night.
of life long benefit to the peopleof 500 acres of land In this farm, 300
for many more happy more than glad to see him again.: Misses Debbie Phillips and Miss
being under fence and making flue -I
years, together made a most mem- Bradford.The Mr. and Mrs Caldwell Brum- Zelma Knight were shopping in -
orable event for this couple who' following schedule has been pasturei, ) Bradford county will field of Bartow, werd recent guests I Starke Saturday afternoon Money saved Continues to work for you while in ;
dates will be partly released from the tick
are honorably resting from many announced and further of Mr. and Mrs Ray Jenkins.J. Miss Debbie Phillips. Zelma
next March and It will
long active years In the Master's appear In the press. quarantine H. Houser and F, M. Walrath Knight, Myrtle and Mamie Lou the savings; banks and is always ready to meet. I
only be a matter"of a few additional II
Truck No. 4
service. returned Saturday evening from a Norman were visiting at the state I
Dee 2, Theressa school 2 p. m., months before the county will hunting trip down state. --- ---_. any emergency that may arise. To help make our I
Hampton school, 7:30: p. m. be entirely tick free, and it Is expected I

a MHS. O. J.. HKASLKVKNTP.UTAINS ; Dec. 3, Sampson City school that cattle raising will take ;
city bigger and better we must all develop the
I ; 7:30 p. m. on an added Impetus. .... 'N.NN... N..... COFFINS & CASKETS ,
-- Dec. 4, Lawtey school 7:30: p. And Full Line of habit because beyond i
l r+ Lovely pink roses Intermingled in. (;III.N: : \V.\SIIINMTOV : Bootsef's Beach J u I saving no city can prosper I

In wail and baskets\ Undertakers' *
fern vases Truck No. B: ........................ Supplies the thriftiness of its citizen Be thrifty shoppersand :
were prettily arranged throughoutthe Graham school 2 Congressman It. A. Green will
Dec. 2, p. m., -
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Kersey of "
home of Mrs. O. L. neasley
Brooker school 7:30 leave today Washington to re
: p. such 'I
Tuesday afternoon, when, she en- I' Macclenny, spent Monday night Alwnys on Ham! The t.t.ntKrr home-town merchants help you along
Dec. 3, New River School 7:30p. : sume hit duties at the national .
here the guests of their soninlawand .1.* n< the liMtent prl< I
tertained members of the after-
m. capital lie will be accotrpanled Mr. Sped'liil attentIon tt. trlfjfrnph lines-and be thrifty savers. A good town is a I
daughter, and Mrs. 'N. M.
noon bridge: club at auction bridge: Dec.) 4 I, Hellbroon school 2 p. m., by Col. Roy II. Chapman of Lake u..I..uJII.fI"'I'I'IUU

Candy was served oil the tables Bluing school 7:30: p. m. City, 'chairman of the Democratic Bradley.Mr. and Mrs. Jim Howard of : : : mintLMr.itDEWITT : town which has thousands of thrifty citizens who 1
the the conclusion
at -
during games
The public Is Invited to attend Cong sslonal Committee, who will
of which dainty prizes were near Starke spent Monday after- C. JONES
these free features when they ap- spend several days Washington
noon here the guests of Mr and' have regular savings accounts.
awarded Mrs. J. L. Krazee and
pear in the various communities attending to business. s'r.tnlcll, ri.oitmv
1lrs.V, Wainwright holders of -. Mrs. R, N Crawford. ,

high and second scores for the af- iii'vs lYUi.MM I IJ <;KOVI: NOAH nl'T.n: Miss Frankle Lou Murrhee spent

ternoon.The hostess served a templingnaiad : It!... Herman Schuette of Ml. Mr. Noah -utler-, one of Max- ELECTRIC. TRAIN FREE- !1 Bradford County Bank

course to the following plty- Holly] \; Vermont, has entered; In to vlllo's oldest citizens, passed away

ers: Mrs. R. V. Demorest, Mrs. A. a contract for the purchase of the November 13th. Mr. Butler spent Bradford County's Financial Stronghold
,J i Z. Adkins, Mrs. J, A. Suul, Mrs. J. Demorest farm and pecan grove his entire 1'fe! in the Maxvllle com I Oiii char\ t' with cucli dollars worth of work. Drauing !><>('. :21th. j

C. Robinson Mrs. N. V. Waln- northeast) of town, and I Is now engaged unity.. lIe was beloved by all STARKE FLA.

wright, Mrs. O. L,. Haynes, Mrs. C. In repairing and remodelingthe who knew film and his many Steam Pressing Company ,
A. Knight, Mrs. L, Wyman Mrs. liouse. Mr. Schuette will be friend were grieved to learn of his .:!!nett"',till' nl" '" ""., ''II'IYIi, I ", -"II.I'"_i' I I I "I ..I I 'II"I .''II'' I ID I'',',,,.., IrlIllIll- '" ": '

W Wainwright, MM.. J, L. Fra- Joined by his wife within the next death. lie was laid to rest In the

zee, Mrs. N Sternberg and Mrs. few' weeks and they will engage In Long Branch cemelery Thurslay' .. -;-:-.

II. C. Wall. truck fns ming and chicken raisin. afternoon. Funeral services were '
This property cons' ts of about 65 conducted by Rev. Ivan Bohannon, .,,

XOTICK UCNB With several 'hundred pecan assisted by the ,pastor, Rev J, L. .
trees' and blueberry plants. Mr. Strickland.

have opened a repair shop next Scliuette Is well pleased with this lie leaves to mourn his death


make Of Victrola, and all kinds of iarmlng Industry here and the Noah, three daughters Mrs. J. A.

furniture, repaired and varnished farms available, decided to locate Godwin, of Maxvllle, Mrs. Claude

Phone 42W.11154t. here without looking over other Thompson, of Jacksonville and

U Q. Hemingway. sections: of the state Mrs. Fannie Hicks/! of Tampa Your
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for the first time to bear Opera conductor; Eugene Ooosens. policies which hat characterized the : ",
famous modern English com- work of Josef Paaternack, who ban: ,
the great symphony orchestra conductor -
poser and director of the Rochester made a reputation with radio listener Bradford County Telegraph ;
in a series of concert, tolaeason. Symphony Orcheatra: Enrique Per- a* director of the Atwater Kent : .

with a dozen of the) great nandea Arbor. for twenty-five year Concert Orchestra This season A.
leader taking turn In conductingthe director of the Madrid Symphony Orchestra Atwater Kent. sponsor of the Atwe, tot

orcheatra over a nation-wide net- and guest conductor this year Kent Radio Hour decided that in addition i : Printers and Publishers II
of the St. Louie Symphony Orchestra; to the great opera and concert j ,
work. Artur Rodztnakt. director of the Los tan presented in hit Sunday eveningradio i

The Hat Includes such musical Angeles Symphony Orchestra and associated program, guest conductors. : Telephone 29 Starke Florida
: celebrities aa Wlllem Mengelberg of a* guest conductor with thePhilharmonic who are likewise great artist*.-ahoulo ,
the New York Phllharmonlo Symphony of New York and the be brought to the studio from time to : .
Orcheatra; Wlllem van Hoogtraten Curtl Institute of Music and several time to demonstrate their Individual .
of the Portland Oregon. Symphony other Interpretative genius I mn..m, .. _nsmlY: _uesnwMYr' nnuww" N...N ," '" -_.: ,,_'! '-11II"-' J +,wamenaernn

Orchestra and for Ave yean I It ha long been appreciated by The Atwater Kent Orcheatra. organized
director of the Lewlssohn Stadium students of mualc that an orchestral from Philharmonic Orchestra '
concert In New York; Frit Reiner concert I la % Ofty-flfty demonstrationof members ha neeD Increased to suet,, -.

:t of the Cincinnati.Symphony*Orchestra thai work of the composers repre.. sle l that It will provide a complete t I
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10VEMBER:: 21), 1031: :
nn.\DFOnD 'orX'I'l" TEI.JGn.\rJl:: T\nTiE: FI.Onn\ r.\OI': FIVE:

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I' 11 s0 00600.00.0'OOt1 ...N.I I lab .t '.o11t" About I I7f> I'j KS; wonihowii FOREST: HIJtVlfK: MAN h.,.' ,Ii. in" Hi mi 11at. th i ,' I'HiV'''r '''I'i
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J I ''I i ,i- <,inn, ,ii! i I. !iif I D It.!a.ul 1 raid 1 mid dinner wax served. to IS i\ "'IAUU"\ :MAKIM; I <,il' I Kloiifln" and hi.* vv.is lit (ttnt.i't I "
i I I'! ZIFF
.'*,''t<. II, C. Rlihnrd! nf I'ul.Uka .1 iro\oMir: : : STI'OY riMN: with stuff mt'iiilii'iH. of !the! Florida
ho members Frank E
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Miss\ Lewis,
Bits t Opal Cur. I xlwrlnJl'II'' Station I und! Collect1 <"I i
; ulocal were guests of Mr. and Mrs. A.I.! t Dennis, president of the National Calnl'tlvllle-t'I: :; A.I! .
....................... h Dr. 1-:. Agrlcuture.
Darby this week. I. Stock Yard, I Inc
ZelRler of thv Forest Service, -
i Mr. Perxis Lewis of Jacksonvillespoilt unit-I I
( The grand champlqn breedingpig ed States \Department of Jacksonville --- Surgical Supply
'i [ \ tilt \last of this week here : remodels store at 3.Ju I \ -
? Zevs- | Company
Supt. A. J. Grlflls and ,
r. professorsS. was shown by Hugh/ Dukes lure was In Gainesville recently In I I,
S. Dow ling and L. It. I'utt'ot\ /with his parents Mr. and Mrs. J. Union county, fpr which he won connection with a forestry study lieU : val stre".
Hampton made a trip to Tallahassee W. Lewis.Mra. the $260 scholarship to the FlorIda making for the department lie I I Charlotte Harbor Hrliine to
Our People Business and this Dolutha Starling and chll'dren be built over I',>att' Klvur at this
; week where tney Inter- I College of Agriculture givenby In conducting an economic study I 1 I

Progress of the County and Town. viewed the State Superintendent! In ', of Cooler Pond spent]> the last Frank i:. Dennis. ot southern pines, including cost I point. ___ __ _
the Interest of the county schools. of this week here with her parents. The reserve champion breedingpig : of growing them and profits to be
!Mrs. H. H. Thomas and son. was shown by Herbert Lamb, derived from them. I Best Purgative for

j l25'2.+ r' 'u 5 Z 5 2 5 2 S 8"e Misses, Isabel Fernandez Floyd of Jacksonville, are spend- Leon County, which won the purebred Dr. Zeigler/ Is making the study
Blanche Alderman, Eunice: PerkIns ing a while here with friends and : Red Poll bull given by the for the Southern Forest" Experiment :
\\ '..tlir Report professional visitor here
Tuesday. and :Lena Hello Shepard motor relatives 'National Stock Yards. Station with headquarters
iVe.-k ending, Nov. 27, 1929. ed to Tallahassee Wednesday afternoon Mi.! and Mrs L, W. Sauls and The grand\ champion fat barrowwas at New Orleans. The territory of
of ill 74 ( 44 List your farm for winter catalogue to attend the Thanksgiving !Mm. Meddle Conerly were all in shown by Dillworth Carter, this station covers from east Texas .

ov il 69 44 so It will appear In every homecoming exercises at the .our section last' Sund.ty.; Jefferson county which entitles 1 to eastern Georgia 1>1'. Zeigler it !p
0\ 22: 67 60 03 state! In the Union. Strout Agency, Woman's College Mrs. I.V.. Dyal and daughter him to the free trip to the Boys' studying (he economic aspects ot I !

ov iJ: 62 46 ,01 corner Call and Court. Marion Lee of Graham, spent Club Congress In Chicago given by forests on small farms and In large; i ', '
'ov H 64 44 Miss Elizabeth Kendrick: Is visIting the last of this week here with her tho Farm and Livestock Record. holdings His Investigation Is concerned .

ov :25 65 47 Slate's Attorney and Mrs. II. V, Miss Mary WInton Brady at parents !\II'. and !Mrs. J. W. Lewis.: Cleveland Armstrong Nassau with [lumber, naval stores.. ; .. 'I

ov ill 81 69 ,02 Knight spent Monday In Jackson Elizabeth; Town, N. C. She will Mr. Pervle Lewis, Mr W. S. Ray, County, showed the reserve cham- pulpwood posts, and miscellaneous Relieves
Sos -"7" 67 ville. spend Thanksgiving nt Flora McDonald Mr.\ J. W Lewis and son L. 0, and I pion fat barrow, and will be given articles of forest origin. I ,

Total ______________ .14 In. College at Red Springs, N. Johnnie all\ spent Sunday at Mid the trip offered to the Club Congress *" While In Gainesville/ Dr Zelgler the congestion, reduces com

Cleaning pressing, dyeing, al- C., where she attended school lust way with !Mr and \Mrs. J. O. Den- by Armour & Company was the guest of Prof II. A Tol- plications, hastens recovery. ,
vFreeh lot of gun shells at Kick.ter' terations. Leviton's Tailoring year. nison. I ,:

'" ., Shop. 11.29 tf. !Mass: Rhoda. Thomas of Jacksonville -
Mr. George 1-'. Tlbblts founder spent the last of I this week
lHs Reba Maxvllle of Hamp'on' and) director of the Gospel Volunteers here with her parents Mr and J

[Lain visitor: here Saturday. Mr.spending and Mrs.two Glen weeks n.with Searingare rela- Camp of the of World the Palms Is now on developing Lakeof Mrs.Mrs J. n.Henry Thomas.Shaw of Cooler e Our SPECIALS For Nov. 29th and 30th

MJ I, G. Boyd visited friends tives in New Jersey.Mr. Boys, Keystone Heights as the Pond spent the last of this week "

BID 1 Dukes Sunday. winter headquarters of this great hero with her parents !Mr J, WLewlH. Rest -
and Mrs. John Uglow had organization. Mr. Tlbbitss will address Pillsbury Cake
Seed rye rape and oats. J, F. John N. Seal of Lake City as a recent the congregation at the Baptist !Mrs. F. \\'. Reynolds and children
iMckliter.Di:: guest.Mr. rervlce church next Starke Sunday at morning.the regular -If Graham .with- her parents FLOUR r 24 pounds $1.25 '

II. B. McLendon of Raiford [ and Mrs. J. M. Davis were -. Il'.tTllOl': ) DAMKL: : IIYltD ,4I I

w ni Starke Tuesday.Mi recent guests; of Mr. and 1Irs.V.. The circles of the Woman's Missionary \
C. Davis Willlston.. Society of the !Methodist Our hearts are saddened over Hard Head :
T A. Brinson! of Hugh was church will meet Monday after- the home-going; of Dan J. Byrd of :
visitor here Tuesday. Graham. ,Nov. 17, 1929. Octagon Soap Irish Potatoes
11 I business List your farm for winter catalogue noon) at three o'clock. Circle No. CABBAGEPer
so it will appear In every 1, with Mrs U. A. Weeks as leader lIe was a Confederate Veteran
Kirellent: dressmaking. Heasonliblp will meet at the home of Mr. born December 28, 1844 and a native -
state In the Union. Strout Agency,
rates. Mrs J. II PIUs It. and Mrs. W. II. Struth. Sr. Hostesses of Bradford county He was
corner Call and Court.
6 Bars for 23c Pound 4c 10 Pounds 38c
---- : Misses Kate and FredrlkaSlruth. I married to Maggio'arr,11 of - -

Di "t' II. Brown of Raiford: wasr :Mr. and Mrs J. II. Lord have returned Circle\ No.2, with Mrs. Sampson: Florida, in 1884! and "
| Slarke Saturday afternoon.Lee from a trip Worthlngton W. n. Paths as leader, will meet at was a member of the Baptist

Springs.. t the home of Mr. and Mrs LorenzoL. church for forty-three years Maxwell House I
Byrd ot Graham was here Green /Hostess: Mrs. Green. The weather/ was never to coldor I
"HI" business Tuesday morning: -. stormy for him to drive any distance to The
Mrs. J. U. Knight: returned recently COFFEEl Pound 45c
In the Interest of his churchor ast Drop -
from Atlanta visit
a ,
Mr and Mrs. J. II. Lord motor- (litre with relatives. KHI.1IIHHIIoS: : : IN \HK.VS.SFlorida lodge; and though; he was in

'd 10 Floral City Sunday falling: health over two years, he .
Is not the only state producing bore It \ lIe
01wlthcut murmur
M.. and Mrs. J. T. Quigley wel'erecent a SALT lallgall's.Clearbrook
Cabbage and Onion plants. J, F. early berries according to was a man quiet and unobstru-
of Rev. and Mrs.V.
iKIckllter. guests Atr..1. A. Bauer, the strawberry slve demeanor, faithful friend, a
A. Scott at Zolfo Springs BACON Breakfast Bacon BUTTER
plant specialist of Judxonla, Ark., kit d I and l loving: husband ,tad father. .
Williams last who writes the Telegraph that he "
Miss Annetta spent
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M and Mrs. E M. Davis anddnughlt'r.
alak with friends fn Jacksonville. bas had ripe{ berries; all fall until\ Truly. God; has called one of His,
Jean last 1 !
-_. Jacksonville.List ., spent FridayIn Nov.: 22nd, when they were killed He lit survived by his wife three Per Pound 14/c Pound Box 40c Per Pound--49c
hya blizzard.II'! Ilauer has the
M and Mrs. II. C. Brown pent daughters: !\I rs. Ethel Harrow lIf>

'111 week-end in Tampa. your farm for winter catalogue new varlety.--\lastodon-aud: if !Miami :Mrs. Rose Jones, ot Tumpa, .
i. they will bear fruit In Arkansas !\I rd. !Mabel Price of Daytona and Pink
-------- so It will In every
Syrup cans all sizes. J. K. Kick- state In the Union. Strout Agency; until killed by blizzards, the only four sons W. P. Byrd of !Melbourne .
liter corner Cull and Court way to stop them from bearing H. I... Byrd of Graham, POUND
Florida would be to turn I them under SALMON Per Can ISc "
!Murphy Byrd of Tampa, Noon J.Dyed "CAN ow -
Mi and Mrs. E. J. Lewis form- 1111'sV.. P. Randall and son a foot of dirt. His letter follows of Tampa\ ; also one adopted .

"M residents of this section, moved Hill. Jr., returned to Tampa last", : daughter! 1'8.lolly! Surrency of
week. Judsonla, Ark.. Nov. 22, 1929.
here' from Center Hill last
Thursday after i IJ visit here with I Tampa. Over-Sea Ocean SprayCranberry New Atlantic
Bradford County Telegraph,
? The funeral service which was
Mr, and !Mrs. J. M. Alvarez.
Mrs W. H, Kenedy has returned "SIll rke. Fla. conducted by the Masons;/ was the

from several days spent with rela- Mr and Mrs. Chas H, Wllsky I Dear Sirs: largest ever held in. this \part of Pumpkin Sauce r Matches
|II\I!s in Tampa. "On the berry question your the county. ;
I and little: daughter of Tampa. mov-
ed here recently. 111'VlIsky Is folks have nothing: on meVe "Theie Is no death! an angel form
\h and biro DeWItt C. Jones with the Duval Construction Co. have had berries'! all fall since be- Walks o'er the earth with silent Large Can 20c Per Can - 22c 3 Packages 23c
lot ilalnesvllle were visiting here toroI saw you in September we tread
IthK had ripe berries. We had them
week. Dr. W. C. Young, Jr., Is accompanying lie bears our hest loved ones away
his father of Chlefland/ on up to last night hut the blizzard and then wo cull them dead. FULL CUEAM j
Mr and! Mrs. J. A. Saul and Miss a motor trip through South Caro- last night killed I them. !MastodonIs There Is no death! The stars go
pl'lnnle Gruber spent Thanksgiving the fall bearing: sort, large and don
line this week. .
III'' fine flavored and It will CHEESE Pound 28c
Alma, Ga. pay your To rise upon some fairer shore; -
to try them out. We have ,
S. T. Dowllng, clerk of the circuit growers And bright In heaven's jeweled
drive ? Let grown Mastodon, where 18 filled a
Why a dltry car court for Unon: county, was crown, ,
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I Frank wash your car while you a business visitor to Starke Tues quart well rounded. Everythinglooks They shine tOI ever more." .
I shop. day. good for high prices for berries -.- Compound Pure CaneSUGAR Good Grade

next season: acreage Is way 4.,\III> OK THANKS:. !
Misu Iva Boyd of Johnstown, Mrs. Ii. N. Williams returned to low everywhere and nothing Is in LARD RICE

hpent the week-end with !Miss Edna her home In Macon. Ga., last Friday 4'ght to keep prices down. We look We take this method of thankIng -
1 Slansbury. : here with her for every one to make good money. our many friends for the kindness -
after a visit parents
Mi. and Mrs. J. II. Pitts. Even though we had an extra dry shown us luring the sickness 2 Pounds 25c 10 Pounds S8e 4 pounds 25clYiC
Mrs Horace !May of Hampton. summer, yet our plant are the best and death of our husband and ,
I \l1l1 business visitor here *:\Iondd rooted we have ever grown.
a Edwin S. Carter and Mls Ruth father, also for the many beautiful .
> Gibson of the /Milliard school fac- Yours truly, floral offerings
"J. A, Bauer." Mrs. nail J, Byrd and family.
ulty were recent guests of Mr. and
Mrs. O. L. Harrison and chllIn .
Mrs. P. M. Barefoot.
| ( n of Hampton were visitors ..... .... !STATi; PHI CLl'li MliOlt'1tlNN1It4.tICK
N N t K.0...... :: STOJE'J'IIBRB
here' Saturday. Delicious cakes made to order. Q :. : !: .\:o.ioiot.oi'JoUCalneKvllle : : ;

---- Will also cater social affairs. : TIIERESSAMiss I
Mi and !Mrs. L II. Futch of Rates reasonable. Mra, R. A. Ilhoda Zt-lgler, Cor. Fla..--Results of the
Hampton, were visitors here Sat- Weeks. Phone 40. If 1929 Slate Pig Club Show held at SATISFACTION IS A CERTAINTY
m-iUy ....IN.....O....M..Nf the National Stock Yards In Jacksonville -

Mrs. Harold C. Wall returned Honor roll for Theressa school November 20 has been announced ,'. .", '" -:',:'.:;'., '- : ." ',', 'rxf ., !:'.i,'. .' .' .' ;i'HIJI: ;; I"" :C '':Iti''' ',;", :'..,:. ",- ::. '" :" ,.' 'e.... .'
Business men let us1 l service your from Tampa Sunday: where she for November: by K. W. Hlackllck, boys'
"i'n- Call 99. Cars called for and *
I has spent the week with her par- Dow first, ;: KirbySwIndelJ.., .. ,----c.-------dj---------------------
delivered. Frank's Auto Laundry. ents. Henry1 Slvlndeil.lligh -
first: Othma Sullivan, I r

Both circles of Girls Auxiliary! i Mr. J. H. Lord was in Jacksonville Odell Illnson, Thomas Trlest, A Good MAN to Know
will) meet next !Monday afternoon Tuesday, going up to meet Merle Packham. The Starke Bargain Store

111> the Baptist.church, 3:45: p. m. 1 his sister, Miss. Fannie: Lord who Second grade: Doris Illnson.(

Allen Long returned this week will spend the winter in Starke.Mr. blood Third, Minnie grade Swindell: Milton, Felix Young-Sul-. Has for this week-end Special liargains I ICIIlLIJREN'S is the Savings TELLERof

from Petersburg, Va., where he C. II. Coulter left last week livan. I
sp* nt several months.Mr. I for Talalhassee after spending se- Fourth grade: Elizabeth Phillips OVERALLS I I

:eral weeks here at the State Forestry Herbert Cloversettle. Mrs. $1.25 value, sale price 98c i II Your Local Bank:
Levy Canova was a week- Office. Floy Sullivan teacher I
"iid guest of his mother, Mrs. E. Miss Teresa Benett returned to CHILDREN'S COVERALLS I

e Canova. Col. and Mrs. D. K, Knight will her home Sunday after a visit! with $1.2. value, sale price _.. 98c j I : '
-- have as guests during Thanksgiving friends and relatives at Raiford. !
Mst your farm for winter catalogue Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Larsen and MEN'S FELT IIATS, 2.; PER CENT OFPI '
so It will appear In every son, Charles Jr., of Lakeland. I I 4 '" ;c '

s state In the Union. Strout Agency, Men's Heavy Underwear Suits .$1.25 : .f fm: ,..taaJI"
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corner Call and Court. Misses: Florence Matthews STRAWBERRYACiIEACE I .

I Madge MIddleton, Ethel Griffin and MEN'S D/tESS
Mi-\ and !Mrs. R. J. Davis and PAN.TS'I
children were In Gainesville Tues- Minnie Gruber drove to Jacksonville $6.00 value, .-_________ It is just as easy to develop the habit of saving a

day afternoon. Saturday. Is on the I Increase. Good MEN'S DRESS PANTS- I little out of each week's pay check for future need<< :
Mr and Mrs. I. W. Pinholster feed You on Thanksgiving.: to Treat a good your lands and proper locationswill 5.50 value, sale price ----., --- .. .$.1.75,1' I I.UEN'S w and demands, as it is to spend every cent you earn. ...
Jr were visitors here Saturday cost more. Have 3 forties I ,
thorough cleaning. Call There always time
from Brooker. car to a DRESS PANTS- comes a you will need the '
99 for service. We do the rest. to divide to suit; termsto

Jh' T. Z. Cason of the Riverside Frank's" Auto Launc'ry. accommodate those who $2.98 value, sale price ..__________ $2.00 money you have saved whether it be for sicknessor

Hospital aGENT wish to buy and make .:;ay- to help you in the furtherance of Rome oppor-
in Jacksonville was
Mrs Marie Shelton of New York Triple-O Overalls ____.____ $135 I
City, and Mr. O. W. Sours of Lansing ment out of winter crop. tunity to better yourself in a business' way. It t

Michigan are guests of Mr. Prices of real estate will\ Sweet Orr Overalls ._____ .h ., $1.95 pays to become acquainted with your local bank's '

A WORD and"Cabin Mrs.In Edwin the Pines.Souther" at the Increase with the demand. Head Light Overalls ___ ___ $135 : : saving teller-he's u good person to know-a ",
You rent cheaply today
COLUMN may We carry a complete line of work shirts from : : friend in time of need-a man who always helps 71
The W. T. Weeks Chapter, U. -but tomorrow the price

'1'f'Jt RENT Furnished apai" D. C., will meet next Wednesday may be out of your range and i J8c up those who help themselves.

inert with private bath. F. A. afternoon, December the 4th at YOU will wake up on the I

Scott, Starke. It* three-thirty at the home of Dr. property of another. : GET THE HABIT OF BUYING AT I ,I
and Mrs. E. L. Biggs./ Mrs. Biggs

LOST-i-Ladtes brown puree early and Miss Ethel Griffin hostesses.Mr. THE BARGAIN STOREWe i iI il BANK OF STARKE ,

Saturday night, highway between F
Klckllter, Azaleen and G.M.InmanStarke I .
Waldo and Starke. Keep Lacy I AN HONOR ROLL BANK

cash return keys papera to Douglas Klckllter and Miss Wed-Mary l clothe the whole family for less money K. S. Matthews, I'rrn. It. J. I>u.K C Mliirr '.
of Stuart spent
1737 Boulevard Jacksonville or TeBerry all Fla. i i'S
and Thursday here with ,
Mr. J, F. Klckllter. b 22x5 ==
Additional reward No questions.


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Farmers and Farming HOMEMAKING .
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iI I RaisePoultry- T _=

(By Agricultural Editor) : By GRACE VIAIL GRAY

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toy Vr L. D. LeGear, V. S.

Farmers and Truckers Are invited to Contribute Articles I St. Louij, Mo.
T>r.l Gear If..r*idu.tfi of the Ontario There nre 1 so many pica from'hlch
of Farm Experiences; and Methods Found V-Her.niii-T Colleuo. 1/491. 'I'hlrty",lx \\ : to choixe hut It la/ n simple;

To lie Rest Suited to Our Country of van llv of. veterln stock end.rv pr.cticaon poulrrr Eminent dlMMiMta matter. Indeed, to lime n great variety. 'lltl! al _- iA

J uihorlty on poultrvand Mock ml.lnn* Apple |tile Is nlwiiys a grout M '

1 __ ___. _.. National iv I known poul I try breeder favorite:, together, with lemon, butterscotch
-=--- i _.__ _- NpteJ author and lecturer* chocolate and. raisin tugging

of Lake City. Five olher purebredbeef right/ after Individual. pica
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Nine Florida 4-H bulls have already been sold \rlilh. \L1I nllli the latticed tops are most iittruc-

dur:UK the past year; one Aberdeen t'OC'C IDIOMS C.l.V: Pies made from. soft wheat

Delegates'On : Angus: to Columbia county, HN; ('O\'fll'JoHIn: : : flour lire dolldou<< lilt are pies

two Angus to Manatee county, anda mmlp from self-rising/ flour :Soft:

r.. To Club Congress Hereford to !Manatee county, "Strl<'lllliiforrol, fionllllllrII'n.: ... i wheat flour \\11I' not stand hard

4 Hereford kneading and of course we know
a to each Alachua and
nod Milk h the MOM Poti-ii
1 I
Marion counties. from. nil our cookery rules thnt
{ Jacksonville, Nov 29.The I 9) 1"OJ'l'(' for ,<4'omImtliiK< / This Serious pastry Mionld. never he kneaded

club girls who will represent Florida ThPHo bulls came from some of D1.SOIIHO. hilt be handled) us deftly nnd carefully

f the bent breeding to be found In ax possible.The .
the Iloys' and Girls' ClubCflntrl'lIlI
(tho South, according to Professor "No mutter how you slice It, It's recipe' for standard self-ris
4 held in Chicago Novem-
C. II. Wllloughby. animal husbandry boloney," runs the refrain of a ing Hour pastry Is : ,

( her :30 to December 2 met with professor at the College of song recently popular and 1no mat- H cup fat Cold water ti, '' ANrfItP) YlRtlll t u )", /

i elute ofllcluls here last night, and 2 cups self-rlslnv male a stiff
Agriculture, and In few how it CocctdloHls
; a yearswill ter you pronounce flour
rook the Dixie Filer for Chicago.TUcy
have a marked beneficial effecton Is still the same menace to
will top I over In Chatta- Cut or rub the fat Into the flour
improving the beef Industry In the health of growing chicks.It .
your i
until\ the rnluuro Is thoroughly
1 a noog.1 to visit" Lookon'' und Signal /
Mountains and should arrive ut the I' lorlda.OMIVH. might help some, so fur as pronunciation I blended ; add. (he wit tpr n little nt !

Is concerned 10 adopt a time until n stiff dough Is formed.Individual I
( Hotel La Snlle, <'cago., about 1 =
I the suggestion of writer and l '
ono wltI'
/ wau
F4d e 4
noon Saturday \\ : (.t'BS (;J'I'ItU :\
call the disease "Coxy." It will
Among 1',<'l require something more drastic '_
:: :: PL.\\: 1,14L wa.hVLN1tIfW11l
r: ace Smock Luke coun a as :
I !I I than a change of name however
; ty. and Mildred Hill:ard. Hernando
Tallahassee to stamp out this disease It It once m""sumwlwluuwwnuns I l M
Fla. Awards for II
county one of whom will represent r

t 6 Florida, In he( National Health achievement In the women's program gets a start in your flock b w+
"Coxy" Is one of the most widely
e Contest These two trips were of work In food nutritionand II

a given through (he olllce/ of Nathan health for 1929 have Just been spread and fatal diseases of baby "M"m
< hicks there is at the present time.
Mayo commissioner of agriculture; announced( by Miss Mary A. Sten-
Baby chicks from three to e'ght
' as the result of a .special bill passed nls: extension nutritionist. In
week are the ones that usually jtM e ti
by l lie Legislature and In up- charge of the food nutrition, and 1 t
have the disease. It often runs a
predation of the statewide health health improvement program In' kk1
rapid course and may kill a large
program for club girls. This1: Is Florida. ,

possibly the first time a state legislature Shady 16 Home Demonstration percentage of a flock in a short ---==--
chicks that survive ,
Many pie
r has given direct awards to Club Marlon County was awarded p pI
are permanently affected, stunted Pies With Latticed Tops .
ilub members.' the first achievement prize. Miss I
In growth and of little value. Are Most Attractive.Do L.iN yl I tl
Lela Alay Duke, Walton ci unty. Tillie Iloselle, home demonstration
The disease is caused by tiny
made the trip for having the best agent, supervised the Shady 16 not handle more than necessary. -
parasites which during a certain
nutrition and health program In Club. toll the pastry thin. The pastryIs :

the state club work, and In her The second achievement award stage In their development bury then ready for nny desired pie. : I

themselves In the Intestinal walls A rather iinuHiml and excellent .
own health Improvement. She way was won by the lona Home Dem- a.
of Infected chicks. The 'rrltation tasting pie U called Koco.ro: pie and w'a
,Accompanied by Miss l'lollleIc! onstiatlon Club, Lee County Miss
and damage to the intestines cause Is made as follows t tI
Orlff, home demonstration agent, Anna Mae Slkes Is. the home dem-
the chicks to become droopy and Kocoro Pie.
who was given the trip: for supervising onstration agent in Lee County 3 tbsp. soft wheat % cup corn ulrup

Miss the Walton and advised the club. dispirited ; their feathers appear flour 1 tsp, vanilla
Duke by
ruffled and dull; they huddle together H cup sugar */ tsp almond l! 11I llIlIiIlIllIWlilllIl1tlIlil! ;

Uceba Jones, Palm Ueach county, complete kitchen equipmentfor sometimes cease altogether. tbsp. milk or ',i cup grated VII ilpolIlfh1Ullilfifi I iuil II I
was with the party and was given their club kitchens as their water coconut HOUSE! H\- 101
the trip by Montgomery; Ward & awards. They grow light, walk unsteadilyand << 3 eggs THE PYRA/UD

Company for having the host state These awards were made on the the droppings: are frequently, Directions: \Vi: (;0 llvo in an antique atmosphere, bath and large storage .spare

wide club record Pearl S. Barber basis of the educatonal! programon but not always tinged with blood.If Blend flour with sugar and cream IOUEnsTII": PVUAMI1): that's certain. We live modern and Celllnr Heights: Cellar. even
chicks showing such with butter. Add all other Ingredients -
was given a free trip by the L. & nutrition carried out In the symp- feet, first floor, eight feeti! 1\ m:
toms really have coccldlosls, a post except extracts and coconut. demand the comforts and conveniences -
N. railroad for having the best community by the club, and on the Heat until thoroughly mixed and! th( By Duncanhunter Architect, second floor, eight feel third,
mortem examination of the' blind that were beyond Bolom"n'sfondest
h state club record on that! route. actual Improvement in food and cook over hot water until the consistency New York.) floor, seven feet six Inclii"- I
guts will usually reveal them considerably dreams. We live and more
Miss ,Virginia> Moore, assistant health records of the club mem- of thick CI'ellllld,1, flavorIng. Exposure: The plans as shout I,
enlarged and full of a We are all "moderns" some In n .spirit of Even
: state home demonstration bprs. They were Judged accordingto Turn into a baked but un- progress. are for a lot facing south 01 nest ':
more, some less-but all are moderns bobs
bloody material of cheesy consist- grandma her hair and attendsthe
1 agent; ,was officially in charge of eight points In Improvement r browned pastry shell. Cover with For a lot facing north 01 ,east the
-a rather broad statement dances: along with the
the party Miss Lucy Belle Settle, outlined by Miss Steiinla and oth- ency.Whle coconut, and cook Inl moderate oven plans should be reversed
: the disease is most common until custard Is firm und brown. but one which requires more than and "Antique" is the Jesting by-
district home demonstration agent, ers. Lot size: house 'CrontaR" 56 (It
among chicks, it is sometimes normal courage to deny for If we word of the street-yes, and at the
< and Miss Mary A. Stennis, extension 4 in.; side clearance, len three
old- are not moderns what are we- club in the ball
contracted in chronic form by or rooms. Everywhere '
nutritionist for Florida, also Fort Myers Contracts let to ('OWMT: : ( ooiritoM > IUTl'H\'M: : feet, right, 10 feet 8 Inchex; lot
er birds usually from four to eight antique? Hardly. We love iiurmotor It is the same-Modern.
mad the trip remodel front of Hettman arcade : iu )ii--: <;io\v\: TKIDSCrestvlew : frontage; minimum; 70 feet.
months old. In such cases, it develops cars, our heated houses, our Yet we cramp ourselves into
and redecorate store fronts be- Construction: Frame with out
slowly and affect onlya hot baths And our iced drinks, our antique houses-that Is the good
) may
ANOTIIJ.n: rfminuimitiroiti :! : >
twen First and Hay streets. I Kla. Mrs. C. S. side wall covered with .Smith
: : > iiri.ij "SOM DeLand( few fowls. The symptoms ,of short working hours our pleasant ones are supposed to look antiquesto "
Sun and News purchased Howell, OkalooHu county sold erm.
chronic coccidiosis are much like working conditions our golf, our imitate some ancient style or
iuni: ('Ol IM I :<;l1: FA KM
by Gore Publishing Com- $161,00 worth of cream from two Roof, tile.Foundation.
those caused by worms, lice and radioes and other diversions with othEr-and why Do we eat "an-
i -- pany of Fort Lauderdale, and In cows during the period between concrete
other nutritional regularity, und while ye may not tique lla'inktravel dress
parasites or by -
t Gainesville 1< la. --The sale of future only one paper will be pub- January 1 and October 15, an- Windows: Aluminum rt,f-creeij, )*,
bo said to love
diseases.If our washing ma- talk or even think antique? Then
another purbred Hereford bull hasJust lished. nounced J. W. Malone, county ii special arrangement unit Integral '
E!. I been announced by the Florida Gainesville Plans announcedfor the disease Is found in your agent. chine, sewing machine or other why live In houses of antique de- screens.

flock, immediate steps should be mechanical labor saving devices sign. Antique houses-the real
College of Agriculture The Immediate construction of football The cows were fed only home- Doors'ood: to special iletaili
) taken to it. A milk diet we certainly do-If we but stop thing--no heat, no plumbing, no
Bale was made to H. A, Wilson, a stadium at University of 1 Florida grown feed, and $11,00 worth of Interior: Floors, Illolelllll.DIII: :
and sanitation and( Isolation of In- to think-owe much of our pleasure refrigeration, no gas, no electr'cIty. '! '
well known farmer and
merchant .
bought grain he stated. The plaster in special moulded( I te.iure: ;
fected birds are your most effective to their use. cold In winter, hot In summer,
home-grown feed consisted of a 5- ceilings plaster, with cornices;
weapons. Then keep an untiring; Why then do we love antiquesor no one, out even the most confirmed -
"SONNY BOY" acre pasture of bermuda, carpet dont we-perhaps we like to kitchen, composition tile. bathrooms
HIS OWN campaign of sanitation. Your advantage antiquarian would consider as
lespedeza and clover, and 1-1 acre composition tile; steam
ourselves bit. We do
lies In the fact that germsare jolly a not habitable abode as is. Of couiseIf
It: t IDEA of cat-tail millet. It was claimed.( heat gas and electric wiring)
[ ABOUT BEAR STORIES expelled with the dropping we destroy the antique by Cubiture: 34,350 cu ft.

during their Inactive period and Inverness Johnson Cafe on making it livable we could make it and
r Stuart Pelican Hotel Complete working plans
com- Main Street changed hands and comfortable
must develop outside the body after a fashion and

st which requires about 4 -days' time. pletely renovated and redecorated changed; to All States Cafe. retain I some of the old flavor In specicatlons of this house are

sr l _ available for a nominal sum Address -
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Droppings should be removed the foibles, perhaps) a cornice or

from the chicken houses every day Once Lowly Peanut's 50th Birthday a mantel or such (ornamental) ? to house the building 11-101. editor and refer

and the yards swept and cleaned thing, but doors and windows can-

every three or four days. All feed- not be made wentherllght without
Reveals Him In Spotlight's Glare Orlando Ritz Theartrc! opens
Ing and drinking vessels should be modernizing them and the whole ,
at site: of former Phillips Thealt'j
protected so the chicks cannot house becomes more or less mod-

roost above them and befoul them I --- (:UNIL/ L/AMS' I ern.The .
-- Pyramid is modern :
with droppings.: Where chickscan a house

be raised on wire floors .suchas for modern living and provides Say it with Flowers I

Is seen in the battery broodersthis Cellar: (Full area of body of

oY1 house), laundry heater -.-,-------..
disease is seldom seen general

It Is also a good idea to cover space, cold( room.
Flowers For All
the floors of the houses where infected ,a1Y First floor: Entrance vestibule ,

chicks tire kept with several 1 with lavatory and coat closet living OccasionsGERTRUDE

layers of paper. Remove one layer i room dining: room, kitchen alcove ..
each day and burn it. Spray every < ', ample closets: and a two car ---------_

nook and cranny of every house :' .l. ,, motor room.
with a strong dip and disinfectant < \ : Second floor: Three bed rooms
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solution often and allow no one : ',., \' '*'. ,,,,' ;. ::: ;: ; :: : < : a bath, Wardrobe, closets and a :

who has been working among the :. : : ,', .- : ,::;, : work room above the motor room.

:'1t .it,':.,., ., Third floor: No t Phone 39 Waldo. Fla
diseased chicks to go among ; t' ( plan of whichIs

hse < healthy ones until their shoes have !; r.j: Hst; shown. ) One servant's room a .:'-,-_._-----'- -\

been Lactose disinfected.! In milk Is deadly to the ,,.' '. -'j' ""'"; ; :. ':, i\lS\ {:: <'! : :::. :\YJ -

tiny parasites that cause the dis t': : ,; .. .... .,
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ease. Remove all water and either ; ,'. '.'; { ;'J:" :, : ,' ;V : .. We can charfle your
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give the chicks all the fresh buttermilk "'. .."... .:'" ,t.!.':. .' ':. <, :1:. '. \\ ); : ::j 8
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v semi-solid buttermilk or ,:, It'':.?. : .' "' "' :' STORAGE '
.,.' :'t'f.: ;" "f"' BATTERY InSmith's
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R i fresh clabber milk they will drinkIn a"s.IIl. ;s/t, {..;..".:,.)....t. ... .. .;.'tf, "':'.;.:.:.,:.. t: .... ",, 1t ,
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clean vessels ';.'\ > a "
Lso or mix from 2o to .3. >
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40 per cent powdered milk in :' ..,' : ; .
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b mash feed which contains no meat Jtlfat :J : .... ;. ti ..: '. X: :: 1 0# '

scraps and let them eat all of It ilri< ., .'. ,'=>': ..ct,..>." ..\ Far
n Garage
yll r they will Give plenty of green: r: ;' ': "' .".','..'. '..t..t... ,
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food and feed lightly of grain fora \ ;' ..c..t..: .H' :. ,"..." .;" . ,;
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l;. After all trace of the disease has -". .... "... ': >y';:f:..........,..........;._" x ,I' : .
:J.J vanished, which should take from I '
,'s Goldilocks found out a lot about fierce black bears that only modern one to two weeks gradually: reduce I -='"
r, bears! boy. can know off I the amount of milk and increasethe A.Od/CI 'PEANUT >(IN STRA{WBERRYPLANTS QUALITYFor
Neither does the modern OF
storytellerfeel mash and
r grain until normal
But after all. no mere little girl ever
,, called upon to stick strictly to his. This year Is the semi-centennial of known today as the Planters Nut and
knew> much as a boy who knows all feeding is resumed. Do not make Chocolate Company. He has factories
text With the true dramatic art of the peanut. Barely: I mentioned In the
about bears, and their habits In the the born story-teller. Dave, punctuates the mistake of thinking that a A-ierican 1880 census, and with a throughout North AmerIca Is a direc- fifty years we have grown and sold the best straw

woods, on dark stairs and everywhere.This his story with appropriate growls milk diet alone will give results. *!'ild of only 3,000.000 pounds In 1889. tor In banks, organizations and associations berry plants grown.' See our agents and get your orderIn

grunts, screams and shouts of tri The most Important part of your and owns a 300-acre estate l Is
on the word of that famous uUiorlty umph. campaign Is the sanitary measures the 1930 production will be close to near Suffolk. Va. Last year his business with them or mall direct same to me. Plant crop

and leader of the three-year- The bear story la Dave,'* first step and these should be continued after pounds, three-fourths of reached nearly 18.000.000.. all In short this season every place so we advise you to get order
which will be used at home. Baseball 8 and 10-cent .
old world. David Lee. peanut products."We
In the
p regeneration of modern litera- in
the disease has run Its course. fans and circus alike In early and make sure of your wants.
elephants go are more than
ordinarily glad
"Sonny Boy" Is leading the threeyearold ture for boys-but It will not be his
With the right; kind of feeding and for the toothsome morsrls, native toSouth that one of our oil-burner. helps con-
movement to revise and Improve last. Modern '
Juvenile literature will MjaKrnta are X. I). Wninmrlglir. Jr. F. 1< I-1U NIlrownlrr
literature for bo,.. Young Dave; lOOn be of. b,. and for children. For sanitation, Coccidlosls can be con- America. The crop baa becomeone tribute to the comfort of a man who ,

tells the modern version of the bears. Davey has signed a contract with ;, quered. of the South' great money has been so successful In the delecta- HI-OH., Itrailfoht County "'trawbtorrfHOlnIJoJl

In nalr-ralalng detail. Including a rollicking Brunswick for his future dramatic makers.An! ,. tion of millions" commented O. O. and J. If. Moore, Ij wtey, 1<'111. Prices Rood Missionary

bear song at the very end. In efforts. Italian Immigrant supporter of Williams of Bloomington mil, president .
g 3 Ala.. first talking record for Brunswick 1 The story was made originally at Miami Beach Building con- his family at 7. .Is a multi-millionaire of the Wllllsms Otl-O-Matlo from young beets, 1000 to 5OOO >,) :I. Over 5OOO W3.73.! : '

"&Jnn, Bo,'. Bear Story. i the request of "Sonny Boy'." mother. tract let for $68,000 dance and today, his fortune made from pea- Heating Corporation. "The house o. I). here.
nuts. Coming to the United States where It la Installed U a
sharp contrast -
Dave bear
from the
story departs for
private tare at the flme Davey was dining pavilion at Biscayne avenue
when he was 11. Amedeo Oblcl soon to the harness worker's home
classical three
bears WIth their bowlsof appearing In Chicago theatres. But J. A. BAUER
hot, cold and Indifferent porridgeand the tale was considered so typical of I and Ocean drive. was working at a peanut stand In where the Immigrant boy was born In
St. Petersburg 76 building WUkes-Barre. Pa. Within a year or Oderao. Italy. It gratlfle u*. too.
soft, hard and medium beds Davey and fulfilled the desires of the LOCK BOX 38 JVISONI.t, .UtlC
-and tell. of two extremely tough and very young moderns so well that It permits Issued In September were two he owned It. Not lone afterwardhe that many other thousands here) and
was buying peanut) by the) ear abroad share the wellbeIng that Mr.
disagreeable bearthe sort of large was decided to release It nationally. for $65.400 construction
I load la 1804 be formed the concern Oblcl obtained for bUnseli.-. I _.



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I I II w.nii. ha'k, In her desk In t the liulldliiK, Two oiiimi,, .. on Itii ..

VANISHING OF BEN \\ t' li-rt t tin- .ffi.. .... Out In I Hit nii'it hud icon B>>n KO, up' on I tin I )plt-klllK up I tlio liuddh.i,! ..tat to,
CHONG hall Lyoim Mopped at thu door ot i>U'vutor. Inn t no one hud' 1"11 him Lyons. net it beHlclu the buint
\ room next to the elevator. It after t that. The janitor and I I
was marked "Private." searched the whole building\ In- match and tolmcco.

By Lemuel De l Bra "Thin," cain Lyons Jo eluding the basement No sign of "Never noticed: this thlnKamn-
__ _ _ _ as Chung" Don.'hen ho stepped out of his
- - - --------- _ wwwwI proceeded to unlock the door "isa gig until I saw Mlnturn examining!>
Tit]) iHiant Detective Lleuten' ol t tho University, well liked hi t II olllco door (the other morning he-" It: then I realized that It
by 14 11 I had never" bin-ti In t heir office AH I sell "choiip" storeroom used I by the Chon s. could bo
I I I., '''stepped into my room I own, countrymen and Immeimel|ly I Both lien and Jo carry a key. Again Lyons made a gesture like a used to brain a ma1And that
'18(11| i hut something very un- Ii popular among the Americans 11 I, wo entered. I saw two desks one 'I I j "\Vnll I don't know what think. Thinking that perhaps Ben had l magician causing something to may help yon Jo. You didn'tplait

,'a'n! i for Chinatown-had director of the Green Yearn Soclet,y against the left wall, and one by First time lien'ever say lie like come here to nee what stock was vanish In the air. "What do you to kill: him; got mad and did

|prt", ,.in in his keen, gray eyes .-lending spirit In every movI t. was a Chinese girl dressed in wont tell. So we talk long time. looked for him that morning he "Nothing: :," I answered frankly. "I no kill him! growled Jo
I I" worried" look on his honest, ment for the betterment of corditloiiH Chinese bluose and pantaloona. Blmeby he" get mad an' KO home.That's vanished. You'll see there's( nothing "Absolutely nothing. It's-- "He-"

,mitured( face.Minturn in Chinatown. Ben Chon g One girl was typing; the other all. suspicious about the room" A IIIIRO figure In dripping rulti- "Then how did blood I and hair
,'\\,11|i, ," he said, warmhi was familiarly known as "The Ur i- was working on a set of books. "And you haven't seen, him That was plainly evident ns Jo toiit ducked I suddenly into the get on time base of this statue?"

hands at my grate, "guessI crowned King of Chinatown." II f Between these two desks In the since?" I ChoiiR snapped on the light. Everything doorway. It was Darwood, of (the demanded Lyona.

I for it'! Ben Chong has been for some reason the On Leone! rear wall were two doors. The one "Nebba see him since. I come In the room was arranged Chinatown squad. Jo ChniiR'H saffron face showed

-slut! for three days. The Hip had -killed Ben Chong ,then. :a on the left was marked: J. Chong. office next morning an' tell Annie neatly on shelves. The one window "Been looking for you. Lieuten :' not the least surprise nor Jlnmuy.
g. say the On Leongs got him. tong war was unavoidable ton g Beneath the name were Chinese let mo know when my brother was clot't'Thl'olll1h\ ; the ant." Dnrwood! mild. "The C'ltetRot lie frowned, as If puzzlod! : then

.. On Leongs claim the Hip Sings war that would be the worst Chinatown 1- characters which reading from top come In. I think lie jus' mad an'I none-too-clean panes I saw heavy word that all t the big; On Le- Hhook hl, head. "It can't bo," he
led lien themselves Just to start had ever known. to bottom gave the name In Chi- tell clerks go ahead, make up bars outside. tugs are runnln' for cover. Wires declared, sliibhonly. "I no kill

,ar Doth sides are arming. I've The !building where Ben Chon g nese: Chong Jo. The door on Inventory of all stock. My bro* Five minutes later we were In JoChol1i have been sent to Siicranieulo, San h 1111."
n niven until six tonight to find and his brother Jo Chonjr had thel I..I I the right was marked! B. Chong, ther like sell out ; I buy Alia /;'., room In the ICastwInd ,lose Stockton and Oakland. If Lyons handed me the Bill tile and

!II> I II) I don't find him-bang go I Importing office was only tw,I; with Chinese characters beneath tme! fight like hell anyway!" ; lodging house. It was a 111m lilY a tong war breaks out tOlllltht'j his pocket RliiMH. In one corner of

mug guns and back to the blocks down the hill from my a I- reading: Chong Ben. "O-oh!" exclaimed\ Lyons "You furnished l room with a single win. U'Ib.\ .. KIMUTIII I nil over t t the houvy base III the crevices of

kh for met"! I partments. As we sloshed throug!i i "Annie" said Detective Lyons didn't tell me that (this morning 1 dow that looked out on an alley -'iii( every C'h:lintown. The I] the ornulo carving was something/
J I KOI' up from my desk and : the rain. Detective Lyons explalnei,d addressing the girl next to Ben So you and Ben didn't get along two stories below. There were t'l let says-" that looked like dried blood! with

,"ed to the fire The extreme : that he had been called on th,e Chong's door, "I want you to tell so well eh?" two chairs, an old-fashioned l wooden You go back and! tell (tho chief I a few black halrx
,I ipelj. remarkable for San 'case by Jo Chong. Jo had no Idei a mo again Just what happened the "In business yes" Jo explained bed of poster type and n tattle. : !hat If I don't give him the lowdown "After you killed, him" Lynn
.in,'isco. had broken finally In why nor where his brother ha Irlzzle of Icy rain. I had dart vanished Lyons said: hut he dh I The girl glanced quickly at mea all Chinese tl'ahIly brother discovered among. litter of oilIer hand I In my resignation. 1'1\1' were up against II. You knew that(
,' 1 n<' spend the day in my apart- not believe that he had fallen i then down to her typewriter. I handle all American trade But things, a Buddha, figure carvedof wait In the nssemlily room for Ben: Chong had been pen coming!!: : I
iii ,ind finish an atrlcle I wasting victim to the On Leongs and h<5 knew her as one of the younger alia time we fight jus' like bro- blackwood also known as ChlIICBO Mlnturn you hop along with him here and I thnt there would be !
for the Chronicle. was very anxious to do everythinf g generation, educated In an American thers. I call him big fool I fo' takln' ebony. I don't need any help now. Tho talk If no one saw him leave. So :.

lut f knew what Detective Ly- he could to avert the threatenec(I school but still Chinese at up American ways; he call me big "J 0." said Lyons, "It was right wholo thing IH aa plain ns I the IUIHO you hatched that scheme of masquerading .''"1
:' all meant. I slipped out war. heart. Her comely face betrayed Chink fo' stick In' to Chinese here In this room that you saw on your face! as Bon. I couldn't figure ';
not the slightest expression but I Bon last?" out at first why you stayed, j
smoking jacket. ways
: want you to get the rest of i II t ; With that Lyons t turned abruptly '.1
So' Ben Chong has an I got it," Lyons concluded;; thought I detected a hint of fearor "Is that all?" Lyons grunted In. Jo nixldod, pointing/ 10 i the only and sloshed! off through the nil nlKht at Ben's room when you ,,

-> three days! Who I'm going right over the same defiance-I could not be sure differently Picking up Jo's blockof door In I tho room. "lie go out that i leaving no staring after him raln'j could have slipped( out and comu .
," And where?" again. Besides I must have which. matches--small sulpher matches door an I no see him since" teily dn in founded. back there, but now I know. Anti m
[ That's one of the somethlng.People don't I "Nothing happened Mr. Lyons" In a block about an Inch\ square "And you dee there's nothing( /> you carried the niamiuerade clear
the girl said tonelessly. "Mr. Ben and split suspicious Sergeant Dnrwood and, I missed to your office because you had to ,
me worried, Lyons like that without leaving only part way--Lyons here Mlnturn, Lyons
frowning at the clue! Eh Mlnturn?" Chong came In that door, just as tore off one and relighted his dead went on. "No closets, no trunk, our lunch wall lug for a cull from have some, )place to hide Ben's ',;

,'Igar.. "Den Chong can happen In China you did, nodded to us, and went cigar. nothing hut an ci most bare room. Lyons. It was two o'clock] when stun1\, and your storeroom was the

| his office at about ," I said and meant It. into hln office. A minute later he "If Hen doesn't show up--then [,et's go." we heard from him. tin test place' you could think ii?. .

other morning flashed me a sharp look,, came out aeain.- went out that--. hall- what?" Lyons asked. I la'd! down (the Buddha figure "I've got about everything (In I BtippnHe) you carried your own
[nobody, walks out the said nothing. A moment latei: door and closed it behind him. I "Then my brother's share go to which I had picked up to examine. thin case" Lyons Bald. "You two hut In Iloii'H overcoat pocket Anyway -

jin:nute later an'- into the main entrance I haven't seen him since." our father. lie hip damn worse It was a curious piece of work.I birds hop over to the NIl twllld after you hid Bun's stuff, you "
i.ns waved his hand Oriental Exchange Building "What time was that?" Lyons than Pen. Mo1 bettah fo' me my had seen that figure done In lodging house. lift olla of I the slipped' downstairs! il ltr4c'eflunit
jn ,'auslng' object graduate"I took the elevator to the third asked. brother come hack. An' listen t that motif In porcelain but hlldnevel' clerks to let you In Jo Chong'H ('(mo up OH he elevator as though

smld-air. At the end of the hall on the "About half past nine. I-'" Mist" Lyons!" he went on soberly. before seen It In ebony. As room. Ben Chong and I will meet everything wore alright.; \
1 Then you don't know in plain view as we stepped "How do you know It was?" "I tell yon this morning Hip Sing I laid It down Lyons came to my you there." "All I that worked fume But the '

I not he has been the elevator was the office 01(' "Why," the girl answered cold men had meeting. They say you aide picked up a block of matches "Ben Chong!" exclaimed: Dnr thing (that worried' you most wan
donned a coat and Brothers Importers and ly, "I know It because Just a minute no find Ben damn quick-" Jo tore off one and relighted his wood. "That's! sure news! Thought what to do with the body. Yoa

pulling on a raincoat.I1 in Chinese curios. or so before Mr. Ben came in, Chong clapped his hand together mangled cigar. lio'd been bumped. 1 off!I" ('olllhl'tet It out of the house ,

I don't know anything days ago"Lyons remark. there was a call for him and I rharply. Imitating the Hound of Back downstairs we stopped at I was showing )Darwood the even nt night without someone
it he's gone-vanished! as we walked' down the glanced at my watch." rapid gunfire."I the office, which was by the main Buddha statue when we hoiyd HPelng you. And l even with thin .
tm. waved one big "Ben Chong stepped out of "Who was the call from?" : know." Lyons Rl'owlet"Can\ entrance. Two Chinese were on heavy tepn la the hall Before I cold weather you had to do something

ate something dgor-and vanished. You The girl's slim, brown bands Ben draw on the partnership account duty, men that I Instantly associated could! get to t the door It was shoved HUOII. In the meantime- \
close Mlnturn and see if shifted nervously over the (typewriter at the bank?" .with the tongs. open and, Into the room followed "I tell you I no kill hlm"brokIn It..,

began to feel some tumble to anything that I keys."I "No. no. Check got to have both "Always someone on duty at by Lyons came a Chinese I Jo BUvtiKcly. "I nebba-" I ''
fturbutlon. Ben Chong ." don't know. But It wasn't of names.'* that desk" Lyons told me In all Instantly recognized as Men C'huriK Jo Chong'H voice died In a. \

{ordinary, "Chink." A met both the Chougs but any Importance." Lyons smoked, over that a moment undertone. "Theno are IIIP Sings lie was wearing the big overcoat throaty rattle. Turning quickly
: "Uh huh." Detective Lyon ; then abruptly he got to and they're mighty careful who and black velour hut I the night Lyons had seized hold of the bml- I

---- -- glanced at me and nodded. "Now his feet. "Well, get your hat, they let upstarts. I think thi>y clerk had nisiut basil., Sitel I-run- ill mlt,', pillows and all and jerked

m 8m,3sQ Annie" ho went on, "I want you Jo! he said IIharply.'e'I'e goIng told mn all I they know but I'm med glasses darkened hut eY.'H. It off on to the< floor.
ffa"s. How to Play to: think carefully. Are you sure to your room again." going to quest ion them again." while his) lips were twisted overtIme Worked) down Into a hollow of
k that you don't know why Ben "Shuah Bhuah!" Jo Chong In retiponce to Lyoil's questions mouthpiece of u curved-stem (the old-fashioned straw tick su ;
1lII/////fW Chong went out nor where?" rhoved his! cigarettes and the the Chinese declared that they let pipe. On his wrists were hundciiirs. cleverly clone that with t the other ..
BRIDGEAeries "I certainly don't Mr. Lyons." block of matches in his blouse Ben In at about ten o'clock. They bedding over It, It was not noticeable ;

Lyons looked around at the other pocket t then went to a wardrobe explained that at that time of night "Dam nell, clever1"! muttered wits a body swathed In a IXfi

:: girl who had stopped her work rloaet In the corner and donned a they kept the door lo' keii. At Nyons, unlocking I the handcuff; blood- lallied! sheet. \
1929 3O ty to 1'sten.: She nodded now In confirmation light overcoat and a black felt about eleven they saw Ben go "hut a crook usually wllpn up some I remember I not but one glance; "

Wynne Ferguson of what Annie had said. hat such as most Chinese wear out. That was all they knew about place. Mlnturn this bird left at that sheeted figure, then I wan

.s "When did Jo come In?" Lyons Over his slippers he pulled a pair It. here just as we were told, and hurled buck altlllnllt'the wall a*
I. -; Author of PRACTICAL AUCTION BRIQCE* asked. of American rubbers, took a bg: We went on to Ben ChoiiR's hotel noxt morning shows up nt the of- Jo Chong whirled and dashed by

"At about a quarter to ten-his umbrella from the rack and was rouned the night clerk andrro'eeded lice A minute later lie steps cult) me for the door. lie got tho dooropen
topyiight, 1929, by tloyle. Jr. usual time. He asked If Mr. Ben ready. to Ben's room. This of the ofllce and goi's Into (hut ; but as he leaped Into the

was in, and I told him just what Out in the main office Detective was In striking contrast( to Jo's. storeroom I showed you There hull, Darwood was upon him. The --

ARTICLE No. 8If I've told you. Mr. Jo then Instructed Lyons started toward the ball room. It was large airy and flea ChoiiK vanishes.! Thin" two fell headlong

I fisherman have bid three Z and A me to let him know as door then turned suddenly and tastefully furnished. Pennants and) Lyons flung the handcuffs on the "Well, there wont be any tonic
>ou are a :you no trumps, passed '." remarked Lyons when Jo
ird and told many a fish story ando and Y lii.l four diamonds. U doubled soon as Mr. Ben returned" went to the door of Ben Chong's pictures adorned the walls, anti table--"Is' how It was done." wo.
gest fish is usually the one that and Z and A passed. Y now bid four "And when he didn't return I office. We followed him In. The everything was Amerl<'un. Swiftly Lyons swept off the velour Clioiig wan again In lmattdcuffsSatytttluik
i If are an auction player hearts B doubled and Z and A passed.Y what d'd "Ben o1 the cold nerve o' this bird
away you you do to locate him? office was almost a duplicate ofJo's came In shortly after eleven hat and 1 the shell-rimmed
II have heard and told a story now had the stage set for the bu spending: his nights right here In ..
many "Well number of the night clerk told
a things. I containing a single desk a us. "Hedldn't glasses, jerked the julio) from theman't
nut' the play and bidding of unusual scene so bid five clubs B ind Z passed I thin room with I this thing! I found
lids. Here is a new one, where the and A doubled. Y redoubled(} all called his hotel. lie was not in his few chairs a filing case, and a stop at the desk\ as he always lips and pulled off the over- that when I here to .,' ,
.iggcst fish" was actually caught. passed Needless to say, Y made the room-at least he did not answer wardrobe. The moot noticeable carried his key. In the morn came up
bid, losing only two spade tricks the ring-and the clerk had not difference was in the pictures on tug, about nine, just as I was coat.Both Dnrwood and I uttered amine this Hi at ue.:! Dnrwood. 0'f.f.4

Example Hand No. 1 The only reason Y was able to land l seen him since morning. I then the walls all la Jo's office being coming back f.;om breakfast, I astonished exclamation The mini hop down au' call the :
Hearts the "big fish that is, )get away with telephoned( Mr. Ben's father who Chinese while all of Ben's were saw Ben going out. The day glaring at us defiantly was not Hen Mlnturn, you stick! around until !
none such extraordinary bidding due we're done. I want o' ,
was to a nip your
Clubs-A K Q 10,9,8 7 6. 4 lives In Oakland. lie had not American. clerk Haw him also And neither Chong! It was a Chinese In black "
the fact that his partner Z, was a very H otch- cigar!"
Diamonds-none alert and intelligent player, After hearing seen Mr. Ben for a week. Also I "I've gone through his papers of us have seen him since." satin I blouse and, dark trousers. It an :.,,
Spades- Q, J, 10,9 Y bid hearts and diamonds and called the bank, but Mr. Ben had Mlnturn" Lyons said. "Not a clue. "And you are sure he got no Was Jo ChonK./ '
Villa PluinOHU
Tarpon Springs --
suddenly switch to five clubs,it wasn't not been there. This morning Mr. Not a thing to indicate that when letters or telephone calls?" "Tho Chongs don't resemble
: Y : difficult for him to deduce that the Jo had me call all those places he walked out of here the other "Absolutely." each other any more than brothers, will open to public about November --

tA B : previous bidding was camouflage only, again and every other place we morning he didn't Intend to comeback "How was Ben dressed when you I Lyons said ; "but when Jo put 151h.Clewlstnn .
: Z : and that the five-club bid was the real Construction of
article. For the one "fish" landed by could think of where Mr. Ben Say you've seen Hen's picture saw him last?" pursued Lyons. on that hat and those glasses stuck l'llne-hol" golf course Hearing com
such tactics, however, many more get might have gone. No one had ?" "He had on his. big overcoat the pipe In his mouth and put on
JN'o. score, rubber game. Z dealt and away and the ultimate loss is more than seen him." Lyons picked a framed picture that he had been wearing the past Ben's overcoat he looked enough pletion. 'I
scd. A bid one no trump, Y bid two offset by the occasional gain. Learn to Lyons turned to me, archinghis off the desk and handed It to me. few days a black velour hat, shell like Ben to fool hits Chinese tlerks. Lake Worth --- Miniature golf :; '
iris and U bid two no trumps. Z and play sound auction and leave the fireworks course erected on lake front at "
brows questionably. It rimmed glasses and
was a picture Ben Chong had was smoking Minturn, you remember that
passed and Y bid three diamonds. U for the other people. Luko avenue and It street formally
"Maybe he was in some accident had taken with several American his collego pipe-you know thonu smoking stand In Hen'ii room?" -
Example Hand No. 2 ," I said. "lilt by an auto, friends. I remember thinkingthat curved stem pipes with big bowls I "I do," I answered still mysti opened LakeVorth -_. Women's Shop -
perhaps. "You'lf" notwithstanding his American that the University men nre sport fied. \
Ilearts-A,2 being .
Clubs-g, 10 7,2 "No" Lyons broke in shaking clothes Ben Chong was obviously Ing this winter." Detective Lyons Bteppml (to the ;
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Diamonds- K, 5 his head. "The bureau of missing Chinese. More than that "Minturn," said Lyoim. frown. table' and laid on It a burnt match .! OP 1'1'\\1. 111'111U( K I
Spades. 9,7,6,4,2 persons has combed the city. he belonged l. like his brother, to 'Ing qt the timid! end of his his cl that had been torn from a blockof _,
arts- I, 10, 6, S. 3 Hearts- K, Q 8,7 Naturally that's the first thing I the round, moon-faced type of Cantonese a,', "the clerk and I searched lIen's I Chinese matches and a small N,.tl<-" i ID hereby given that xlxlrilfiyM *
,ibs- ], 9,5 : Y iCIubs- K, 6,4 had done. Annie, Is Jo Chong room this morning. There's not a pile of half burned lolmcco. : nftitr data hereuf on tri-wll: the
mionds A B 22ml lny ,<>f 3n A. I). 1910. I.
Q, 6 : : Liamonds-AJ, 10, 9, 8.4 nllnry.
Mien- K, Q, J : Z : Spades-none In? "My brother like to be white," thing here that would explain his I That burnt maUh that ptlus of I thfl umlfnilBTnftil. admlnlntrntor, of Ih.
"I am," said a crisp voice behind spoke up Jo gazing affectionately disappearance" plr>" tobacco and one other thing PHtHtn of A. J. CJuwurt lurejiMvil. willprvNvnt
my vmirhHm und tines nccoiinta **-
Hearts 9, 4 us, and we turned quicklyto at the picture while a wistful "And I sure can't understand It" "'II show you later are the duos an Htirh adrntnlfftrator. to tbll .
Clubs A. 8,3 see Jo Chong standing In his smile softened the lines of his dark added the clerk. "Bon was a line that prove my (cane" said Lyons. I "o"r"hl.l II..... A, (liunllnar.' ,'..Unty

Diamond.J.. 2 doorway. "Thought I heard your face; "but no can do. Allua a chap. When he knew be was KIng : "Probably you noticed that III.. uinl judtfn ask fif fur llrailfrir his !approval county and Florida mrillMfhurir
Spades- A, 10,8,3,3 voice. Mist Lyons. Ah, Mist' Mln big Chink-Jus' like me!- to be away all night he always I Ben's room everything was American -' I its "''I<'h HilmlnlHtrator I I .
Thla' fluid 1 ilny of November. 191.
Vo; !core, rubber game. Z dealt and partner to lose the rubber. With' a hand turn! had see you You find I "That's nothing to be ashamedof told an. Something lias happenedto even to the mulched. But one N, t>. WAINWItlUIIT
*('ii l. A and Y passed and B bid! one of this. type containing two quick out something Mist' Lyons? Uh?" i !" exclaimed Lyons, clapping Jo him. And If It was the Oil match In the burned-match tray I I22 Ot-1-17. _. ,,AilmlnlMlrnturi
,'mond. Z bid one spade. A bill, one tricks, one of which is at the head of a "Nothing yet Jo Let's go in on the shoulder. "Well, let's be Leonga--there'll be hell to pay!I" had been torn from a Chines --- -
1 I trump and Y bid two spades B now five-card suit, Z as dealer has a justifiable your office. I want Mr. Minturn going!" Lyons said nothing to that. As block. My hunch was working by _: TO_iurii_ >iiisHialpil : I

Ilirl three i three hearts, Z and A passed and bid. to hear what you told me this It so happened that as Lyons we moved to the door he Htoppei that time and the dlxcovfry of hid* will l he rcrrlvp.l by lh.
spades B and Z passed and Just for Z bids
suppose, example, H'uinl nt llon "es <
'"d morning. spoke I was the closest to the door at a smoking stand an which were that one burnt match conrlured me
four hearts:All passed and A B'uly one spade. A's hand i ill pretty weak in Con n Iv, FlorM< at t Ih" olllce ,.f |KHfirclary I
made tour hearts. Zopenedthe everything but spades so the chances "Shah!" Jo Chong agreed bob- The words were no sooner out of cigarettes! a jar of pipe tobacco that I was on the right track. of I hillounl, at (Mark..
1"of clubs and followed with the eight are that A would pass. He is well satisfied bing his head. Following us Into Lyon's mouth than my hand was* a box of American matches, and a You see, when Jo left hero dressed Florida'' ,.1 until, lt'J.!)! ID an.l..t oVIoi. Hint p. in time., at publicly lrtrnljcr >..-- ,
lubs which B won with the king. lie with the spade bid and his heart h's office he closed the door and on the knob, and. I drew the door burnt-match tray. Picking/ up a an Ben he went to Heirs room 1 op".d l for el.*Mrlnic, and Krul '.
v led the seven of nearts and forced suit is hardly enough to lilnir, on Uuiitl No. A3. known UH I liHcoul '
strong justify set chairs. "This( ver' match Lyons
in the lead out strange open. again rellxhted his and pent the night.!: Next morn- llulo Komi., I In Hrniltoril I,
with the of hearts. bid. If A Y's
now led the ace a passes, proper bid is thing Mist' Mlnturn! Ver1 strange In the doorway, BO clone that I cigar.' As he put the burnt match Ing he light Ben'M pIpe using : upproxlrnnlrly L m I ui.r...
queen ot clubs and fol- three npades. B will then bill four diamond All I work lo tj.. ilonit I In an''oruianr ..
''led with the four of spades. B and all will pass. With the club Uh? You think we have tong war, stopped short to keep from walking In the tray I saw lit* hand stop one of bin own Chinese malf.hes.TrllllnK with I hi''plans and Instruction, icrnfrtil -
""pod with the queen of hearts and opening as before, A B can make four mebbe?" ( Into her, .stood the girl Annie suddenly .He was the last toleave thins- bat It fits In nicely ,,, lirovlitlunw.I Hi elul provlHMinii.
I1'(owed{ with the eight: of hearts, win- diamond! and so will I fail to score game. "I don't know much about this That she had been listening Bon's room. "After I'm convinced that my *Ira l t*i"'t Iffcnt uf Krailrorrt Inn unit county.propoHju I und con--
I'g". the trick in A's hand with the Uon't pass a justifiable original bid affair yet" I evaded. And as I declined I felt certain: ; but neither her Outside the hotel Lyons told Jo hunch IH right I yc bur' and talk The rlitht \I" remtrvfil to reject Tiny .
' 'le from now A's led hand the queen of diancU if your hand contain. the necessary the cigarettes Jo proffered face nor her eyes held the slightest he could KO on back to his office. with that girl, Annie. and get h"r or I I'litn nil. hhlll. mid.,. ppclilrutlon. may Ixfrit
and whether values. The hand is
t Y A B win or foregoing: a good? I recalled what I knew of the brothers expression "I'll let you know If I hear anything to tell mo more about ln w the al- at lh. o III LIat thv Horrelury. at
the of
Covers, must bal- example what Happens to the timid HIP buurd. "
e 'fthe tricks. bidder. It is a well known rule of the neither of whom I had seen "Mr Lyons." ad! the girl glancing :; ," he said "And keep 'la/ eKwl[ Ben looked' I that mornln'V /(. I t-3. S. MATTHMW: !' ,,I
'This t ,is a normal hand, well bid and game that if you are going to be an for some time. Jo was the typical past me at the detective "1 touch wi'Ti me." hat she nays further <-<>nvlnrn:", ,, c'.Mrerviitry A, .fVTflt Chnlrnma r.
z''Played with one except ion and that overbidder or an under-bidder, the shrewd Cantonese type speakingfair just happened to recall somethingthat Jo agrerd and hastened away me that I'm right. 1I-S-51-I3-: /
''I re' failure to bid as dealer. This former U the lesser of the two evils. Engllnh but clinging to his nfay mean much and may through the rain Lyons stepped "Annlo then get a key and unknown 1\0'1'I't; TO 111':11'1'11: tiI .\to!' U (,111':1'". r
to bid I OKINutli'K
caused him
and his Chinese costume of black satin mean nothing. It was Mr. Hen's back Into the shelter of a door- to Jo, we j go out and make I (,.

Problem No. !5 blouse, dark trousers and padded custom to speak pea! enlly every way. "Well, M:nturn," he said a thorough search of the utoreroorn I I. horvliy: given that all .-
slippers. Ben however had attended morning when he came In : but "there's) the end of t the trail. Of First off I find MICH grain; of cT.- Heart.- I the University of California that morning he merely nodded course I questioned thnt Greek tobacco on the floor and thatroves all |irH''nii ImvliiK rliilmn,' mrnlm* ;
Clubs- lh" l 1..t..l.: of ,Allr. i-. M 11-wkv. d.- .
Diamonds.Q K 7Spades and. like many of the younger and hurried( past me Into his office. who runs the elevator at the Oriental > that Ben had hoen there .'..........1. ur" hrrby r"'llIlr..1 to prs'-
K 8 ,4 2 generation was more American In Perhaps he got a telephone Exchange: Building. He re- lately. Following out my hunch ". ut tt.clr ililniH liily, alllh..nl..t.. ...
to thv I llonnruhl II.<>. A. Oanlln..
f 10. 9 Hearts- none habits than Chinese. call at his hotel.-or a letter." membnred taking Ben up the other Annie and I open several packages County JmlKff l of Ilrnilforil I'nunty.
,__J. 10,8rw : Y : Clubs-9, 4 "Not much to tell Mist1 Lyons," "I Inquired about that." Lyons morning but was sum he had on the shelves, and In one .l-'lorlil.i...from. for ilul hl.. nfiprovnl hvrcof or within thlit unyfar notice .-

rond,9 : A B : Diamonds5,3 Jo began In response to Lyons1 re said. a curiously Intent expressionon not taken him down. Ben might of them we find Ben's things will b. hvld. In IIHF thfrvta .i.* r .
: Z : Spades-A. J I, 6J! quest. "Last Tuesday night, 'bout his face as he looked at the girl. have walked down, but the other ho overcoat, hat glanson, and all.- per".nll r.'III"'d! )lbtr4 to IIHT th to.lr until said' "d mttnr. ..kl.. '

Hearts 8, 6 ten o'clock, my brother come to "Both the day clerk and the night Creek who has the cigar stand In pipe. So I pinch Jo." forthwith. In the undersigned' ....'_-
In Eastwlnd lodging clerk were positive that Ben Chong the lobby In sure that Ben did There was a sllenro. tor N
Clubs- K, 7, 6 my room This 11th day of October, A. Dk.
Diamonds none house He smoke his pipe awhile received no telephone call nor any not KO out that way "What for?" asked Darwood. 1029.!
.* Spades-Q. 10, 1 then he say: 'Jo I like sell out. mall that morning. Anything else "And of course" went on/ Lyons "Murder."" Lyons answered casually. WALTER IlgVKld K SRflOKNT: ANT MAK8BKOKNT..

Not enough business To1 two. You you just happened to remember?" puffing thoughtfully at his clear, "Ben Chong was killed J iCcutOr'a. rtat* of Allr i\ '55. I -
e are no trumps and Z i i. in the lead. How can V Z win seven of' the eight Uewke, d.ee.-.
1 I apinBt any defense Solution ia the next: article. : buy me out right now. tonight. 'That was all. aald Annie, and "I made the rounds of every office right here in thin roomwith 11-25.-12-10.


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Bradford County Telegraph 1 From Other Pens I luxur'en. are behind I the ,'it IH It lii the "city jail. overburdened with taxes except Miss' MaKKliRII! :, U

_ Established! 1877 sales tax proposition They are Lon In- household goods, and t that is exempted man On., IF: the MH |, *'
Chaney has not yet been
.... ., .. Hotel this week
-- --------: afraid of .luxury 'lax, and know It only to the amount of
dined to make a talkie. You can B J. Mi'!Hue
Is unloHH' ami |I.
coming they put o"c.-
Class In case you have forgotten.! scarcely\ blame the poor fellow. lIe $//100.
and Entered as Second h linn!, of Waldo/
Published Weekly on Fridays some other (lax plan. No argument The of Flor'da: should w.i i U v
would have to register everything press
Jlradfnrll! ( farmers raise equally as l lant Sunday
:Matter at the Post Office at Starke, FloridaE. I whatever can l" advanced against from a noise like a hunchback to I npeak plainly The time has came Mr. and !Mrs
those chipped MAI
"good vegetables ai r luxury tax Axcept Inconvenience I '
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for There \
ihe mating call of a love sick calling a spade a spade.
Palm Boachrn! ,
:. S. Matthews, _ Owner and Publisher In from other sections.-.-StarkeTelegraph. which can be said agalnst all tax- spldei.Rlpley'. hew been entirely too little! regard \ I'
Editor And Levy coiintp producer I at.on, When you tax those things of the pledges made: by politicians. !ant Sunday Th.I U ,rosilents ,I"'
J. C. Itoblnson -- -- Managing that do r of out !i..IU n ,
just as good vegetable! as (PeoPle ran without then says that the Irish Potato 'rho "tux reformers" those i II | ,I"
I Bradford you have: a. just lax but when have many friend.. > I", ,
those raised ju county or you U
Isn't a potato and Isn't Irish. Well who cry long and loud for lower U
HATE anywhere else. What we uro quarreling nlap on a tx on necessities which nlwa'Htlae to xccHi" '",
SUBSCRIPTION who cares about that? They will taxation, heap up greater taxation
the saloe l tax does then work Rev10IllloJnP.I': .\', ,
utout Is that there are so' you (jJ l U ,
U U Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 73c; -Payable in Advance few of tlium,- -BroMHon Journal. a hardship on those who can least evel'itJJl fill did.up as much space as they when There given Is a the remedy.opportunity It Is in I the Flint; itlet hI'hiKt 1 chu'c! i'I) \' U U I U

afford to stand it,-Palmetto l.ere next Sunday moi'nn I .
Advertising Hates on Application --0- hands of the people and the press. Ii'U' j I.,I'
U Lako City judge comes back at News. Put a (tax on both necessities i nlnn" December 1mMr ,
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The press should sound the clarion -
critics of the state pardoning board and luxuries I provided the Thankful : Marvin and Miss 1 pi 1", U ,J'
U lie who hestitates remains single. with I ho statement that if citizens state does not use the incieaced cry and speak boldly. Florida'sadvancement Dirt of Alachna ,count I; \ .U'

would quit slIllnp'titlollll: to release revenue for putting on another Little t t Willies thankful that must come through friends. and relatives hei. j III, s
---o-- new people and new capital. Cap-
U prisoners few pardons wouldbo batch of olllce holders. He'll/ miss a day of school. da)',

Circuses have no trouble finding all the freaks they can granted.-Budford CountyTelegraph. -Q-- Not have to study grammarOr Itch avoids entrance where a taxa- Miss Nancy Baker, s. III I, ,
i tion system is rotten, and where 110'regard
The judge ia an opti- The commission on interracial learn a physics rule week-end with friends. and ,I",
use. Is paid to The
U, U mist. In any event he is attempting co-operation In Atlanta requests His Bister's awfully thankful too so-called equalization Is a farce.. l lives in Gainesville,

U pUJ to pass 1 the "buck."-South Governor Carlton to make prompt And says she'll always bless Miss Maggie Burnetti i)1) (| m
Heavy taxes are placed on -
Saturday is the last day you will be allowed to discount Jacksonville Journal. apprehension and conviction of This day for daddy was real sweet and enterprises that should property the P. n.Methodist Hunt attended pr"'hlnN''
( ( -0-- the men guilty of the lynching at And brought her home a dress. church .11 Ial,
U tax bill four cent. pay the lowest taxes. l last
your per revise the state Then mother's praising Allah that Sunday.
Legislation to Quincy last week. While the com Our legislatures have failed to
o tax system must be enacted at Tal- mission's purpose Is a good one She's lost another pound, Mrs. M. C. Sweeney and MI n
make Local
provision. authorities -
lahaHsee. but the place to frame it wo have an Idea that action by the For dieting so long has made proper: Mrs W. O. Bennett: wen" uu('
Florida has just enough of chilly winds to make one appreciate Is in every county and every district Qunlcy mob will have more effect Her hungry as a hound. must raise sufficient funds i If Miss Vera Kelley 01 ('mini I
r for local needs and meet the
the sunshine that follows. in every county In the state. In averting other lynchings than And daddy's very thankful that mous demands of the enorl l last Sunday.
U U We need Instructed delegates when all the efforts of the Interracial His belt can be enlarged common- Mr. and Mrs.\ Chancy \\ ,"kM|,
wealth. has
Florida too far
:rU ; a the 1930 session convenes. The commission for the next ten thousand But most of all he's grateful he gone Jacksonville are the mie.ii, i :' ,

UI 4 Something should be done about this sending gifts' marked time to instruct our legislators is years --- Starke Telegraph.The I Could have the turkey charged along Boards and lines bureaus of extravagance can easily be V\ eekr.this' sister. Mrs Kim: ", ,pa
man week.
"Pleaee do not open until Xmas." when they pans through the ballot Telegrcph tells the nnvarnlfch- U. consolidated. A leglslattlve session John Parker of ,
/ box.-Ocala Star. ed truth. At the close of the CivilWar KIJl'S AN KKACKSBy Camps n ]
costs $3,000 a day, and does dam-
recently been the _
o -0- guest; (.i I ii i, ,
the Ignorant: negroes, their age ten times as great. The last Leo Parker.
) The big difference between men's trousers and present day Any new form of taxing is unpopular passions excited and Incited by de- ( Rusell Kay) legislature was going to be one of .
to an extent at least. Still, whites the Caution to Nimrods -----
prayed from North : Play safe,
and tax reduction. Boloney
skirts is that the latter never bags at the knee. economy -
our old system Is breaking down as commenced to attack white women dor.'t come home with a hare on SO'fU'1-J or KLKCTIONOl'1; :

p. Ills, burdened with so many wantsof This, the worst result of the your shoulder unless you're a Ol""I-'It I I.:
U3 the people. We cannot keep conflict, was met by th., white men bachelor.Headlines.
Orators of the Lake Worth Lions Club have selected a short getting unless we, or somebody, of the South, with prompt and ............... ......... W. 0. \V. Camp No l i.i I u v

'. ? subject for debate on their next Ladies Nite-skirts. pays. In our own county much fierce punishment. If it had not In the Lakeland h old Its annual election of ,,m
property has to the state because Ledger Prof. Bugg talked to HAMPTONo (
U. gone been the South would now be a says n Friday night, Dec. 6th ,
0It -- 4 tllm. Alln .Mm mo, Cor :. uexi
It was too hard to swing on country not lit for white people to the Garden Club. There's an example A full attendance of memb,

' is rumored the Republican party will discard the elephant to it. Madison) Enterprise-Re live in. And, while the negroes of courage for you ........................ I Is desired.

as their emblem because of so many leaking trunks. corder. have considerably Improved In fifty Mrs. C. II. Priest of Starke, has J.v \
-0- years, there are yet some brutes The DeFuniak Breeze says:. MORt.AXO
; : 0-- Part of the business to come before among them and when one Ids "Friends of \Mr. Eddie Shelly will recently been the guest of her .
Mrs. Idella
Confederate veterans and widows will receive checks the Quincy session of the himself loose as did the Quincy be sorry to know that he Is quite Misses Sallie Wills and Gertrude ". .. ,, ,
U : State Press Association will be rapist he knows what to expect.Duunellon .- sick at his home In the east end." I, ,- .. .. -- -- -. ..,-__iJI
from the state amounting to $100,000 within the next few finding out how the Madison En Sun. Meads visited their sister, Mrs.. -

days. terprise-Recorder editor managedto --0r -- If it wasn't for the BLIND PIGS, : Green of Sanderson last Sunday.
Dun Haynes and family of Winter FIORIDATHEATRE
pay his tax bill In November. a lot of fellows couldn't see -
-0Woman's Haven, are the guests of Mr.
U Starke Telegraph. That was easy DOUBLE.
I He just saved that much from the ; Hayner.' parents, Mr. and Mrs. O.
hair may be her crowning glory, as Avery Powell r-around town i Haynet.U' ,
U six dollars day'pay he for
a got And
now forno reason at all I Homo
intimates but she takes in crowning hubby of VltaphoneProgram
more glory serving In this year's session of the I might remark that many a woman Mrs. Josephine Sullivan, returned -
)----------,.-.:. to her home here last Sunday
with a rolling pin. Florida legislature. Dronson I would like to kill the fatted calf
Journal. Belleve"lt" or not ThanksgivingIs after a visit with her sons. A. L. ---
U '--0- --0-- here agitfn Many of us will haveto One dispatch Informs: us that the and Cleveland Sullivan of There JVeek of

U With only eight obsolete laws on our statute books, Florida 'The Starke Telegraph believesIt think hard for something to be ,Chinese army Is EN ROUTE somewhere sa.

is not so far behind the times. Now let someone figure Is more Important to find a way thankful for excepting,, of course and the next states that they !'Rev.church Norris last preached at.the Baptist : DEC. 2nd, 1929
of reducing state than to the fact that Sunday morning
expenses we are living, and are In rout, somewhere else.
how many are not being enforced. find forms of taxation have ----- -
entirely new I you to a better excuse than ..
U --p And the Telegraph is just that to proclaim a national hlI-I Where the ; fashioned girl I

r'ght: at that. To be sure there clay. was all bustle, the modern girl is
S Monday
Chicago' dental of danger in kissing girls Tuesday and
society warns may be ways of getting more equal all MUSCLE. GAIETYTHEATRE

who are dieting. To play safe, first invite them for dinner ata distribution of tax payments but !Many families will celebrate the -

swell cafe and see what they order. outside of that feature the old and day by saying the blessing. An It the new Mexican President is Wednesday ,
U tried tax raising forms are aboutas old American custom on state occasions. wine he'll take out TERM Insurance ,

U -o good as are likely to be developed U .

Tarpon Springs Leader bases its belief that plumbers are } soon -_ _Branson_ Journal. ""'--- "Rio Rita"With
n .. n If STARKE FLA.
-- you can't find anything else l'Ic'""" Stjinil Ity ,
l employed on the fire department of a California city because, News dispatches carried an account be grateful that you weren't onboard Little Bo-peep has lost some sleep -

they left the hydrant wrench at headquarters. of a "Florida"! train being the Wall Street elevator Tuning and trying to find them, a Special Cast

wrecked omewhe're up the country. when the operator shouted, "Going But they'll come In with plenty of Mon.-Tues. Dec. 2-3

o .-Bradford County 'Telegraph. down!" Those two words snatched din. .. __ __ ___ u,____ __

Sinclair claims the government shadows juries and when We knew that all the storms origInating t turkeys off the table of many And a crash of atat'c behind- them. "NAUGHTY BABY" -- ..

U he tried the trick he was sent to jail. The bootlegger has the in the Southern states t\ small Investor who has nothingleft ALICE WHITE Thursday and Friday
wero "Florida Hurricanes" but to adorn the festive board but And speaking of radio programs

same to say. about the government making whiskey. this Is the first time we knew that the 'family silver If you'll tune In on WDAE, Tampa and

U -- wo were blamed for train wrecks ) some Friday evening at 8:45, JACK AIULIIALL SAY IT WIT SONG,
U Anytime we may expect to see a But while all this wholesale I you'll have a ring side seat for the

U, New York capitalists appear determined to buy all available headline like this: "Florida l Earthquake thanking: is going on remember STATE PRESS SCRAP BOOK, a Comedy "Why Gorillas

hotels in Florida. Another year or so they will have to, Wrecks Los Angeles." that: the -vttly person more annoyIng i unique feat' re sponsored by the Leave Home" .' withAl
Del my Beach News. than 'an ungrateful wretch .
Is -
1"101'1'11Clipping St-rvlce. -
U buy a hotel to insure a place to stay when In the state. .- 0- a chronic Pollyanna Do you re-1 I Jolson

-0---- According to reports a survey Is call that part of the stoiy ir which IIETII: I'N'Ili: ENT:: tNt: ICKfORMMarlanmv : Thurs.-Fri., Dec. 5-6
U soon to be made for a hard-surfac this saccharine lady lost all her|
' The postoffice is admonishing the public to "Shop earlyand I ed road from \Macclenny to Ral- clothes on Wall Street and had to I ( Florldan.) "TAKE: ME HOME":

mail early." There would be less headaches after Christmas ford. This Is comforting news be carried home wrapped In tI(Ic-I The taxation system of Florida BElIE DANIELS SaturdayDARKENED

if all businesses.adopted Uncle Sam's method of gettingthe front( this end, as it will give us er tape? Upon arrival she told :la rotten.

U, cash much more comfort In getting to her aunt that she was iliad she Yen, other states may encounter Comedy "Are Scotchmen
on delivery.Lakeland Ualford. -- Live Oak Democrat. hadn't worn her new raccoon.oat.. ROOM,
a system Just as rotten but Tight"SATUKDAY
U 04U Who wants to go to Raiford, any- Ot course' WP wouldn't tell her Florida has been operating In a .- .-
? \Most of those( who had HO, but down In
way go way deep our heart. more rotten -- -- -
Journal the Republican put Floridaon way.
says rather not. So we suspect the ro'ad .ve wish ahe had. We do not like to use such hard DEC 7 with

U, the map last year. It also put Florida Democrats on notice will be used more by those leaving words, but the time has come for

U that they, like Rip Van Winkle, had been asleep so long that na'ford: but we didn't know It was Then consider all our modern people oppressed to speak out- "AVALANCIIE"- Evelyn Brent

necessary to build a highway for conveslences. Our unfortunate Pilgrim to take some definite action whereby JACK
; the party was about dead. HOLT .. -
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\Monticello News.
them. fathers lioKI\ a turkey thigh relief can ge obtained.For 'S
o ---- in hanj an'l and
one a tomahawk In years all over Florida men
i Now that taxpayers have started} digging for their yearly Many of the papers over the the- o'he.Who-: they sat clown to have been sent to the legislature DORIS HILL Talking or Sinking: Com

; contribution to the state and county governments they should Flate are talking about a sale* tax Thanksgiving dinner they removed on n platform to "Tax reduction"and
and some say that In case the Carl- their hati" and before dessert when they get Into the harness Comedy "Should Scotch- edics DailyGAINESVILLE

,U be In the mood to express their opinion of our taxation laws ton tax laws are declared unconstitutional was served'the Indians very often at Tallahassee they advocate men Marry"Show -- .

and what they think should be done in the matter of economy. that a special session removed their! scalps. Naturally anything that will Increase taxes -.. -

;! Mr.\ Private Citizen should make' himself heard if he desires to should be called to pass a Bales tax food could not be d'gested! under and do not litter one word in be- FLt.Delivery .
law. We are not so sure about this such adverse circumstances; very half of any proposition! that would Starts at C:.1.;
remedy present conditions. bales tax. Of course it hits people often it could not even be swallowed -I reduce taxes. ,

o who now pay no taxes, but it also due to the tact (that Ualn-In- And it is astonishing that a long & -

Leeches in the business world are those who let the other hits a lo( of people who now pay The-Face In removing the top- oppressed people continue to bear ;:.,- ,
U very high taxes. Of course it Is notch made a slight error and In s'lence!' the ------------------
fellow do the advertising to bring trade to a town and then supposed to be passed on to the went off with the entire face. Florida legislators grave Injustice too often.done.forget i

try to get some of the business by hanging out cards and signs ultimate consumer, but in some How different today! By the that they are sent to the leg-
businesses It is hard to do this. It slight expenditure of three dollars islature for Be sure of
with some of the advertised products cut in price. You can'tfool i public service. This
Is said the state mlllage can be reduced we ticket
/ can buy a to any foot- dotS not refer to the
the public for long, as they realize that the consistent i but part of the state mlll ball stadium and sit on an alr- who have respect conscientiousmen for their I

advertiser sells his products cheaper than the non-advertiser, age is fixed and we do not believeIt ipflated pillow while having all our pro-election: promises. I

U and customers are not caught on the few cardboard "specials" can be reduced sufficiently to Thanksgiving fighting ,done by Hardly a man goes into a campaign -
prevent the sales tax working as a twenty-two men .who know how. for
legislative honors
-:- hung out for bait. hardship on some tax payers. And the beauty about It Is that who does not tell the voters "I ORDER COAL 1I

., 0---- Monticello News. when you get home the only hair favor a reduction of our taxes,'
-0-- you have lost Is that which came "I am going to work for
St. Petersburg Independent sees no reason why automo- the over NOW
Results of roads being mo off when /
pur some drunk from three burdened "
bile should be alarmed the of taxpayers and that'stho .
owners over "prospect having
totpatrolled are already allowing rows above landed on the back of end of it. lie gets the vores

i to pay high ad valorem taxes on their cars," and that their up. The action of the county commissioners your neck. and goes to Tallahassee, and

fears are exaggerated, mentioning the fact that their tax on In providing for the pa- wastes timeon frivolous little "
trol Is being commended by those Anyway it's a great day It you
three trucks and one runabout was only $9.92. While thisis bills.He
who desire to clear our highways don't weaken-the home brew. votes In favor of increasing

is true in Pinellas county, the same machines in other counties of drunken and careless drivers salaries-for added bureaus-for I

U of the state would be assessed at a higher rate ; in Brad- and Improperly lighted cars. It The custom of small tqwn joy appropriations-for everything.

the present efficient service Is to. seekers travelling to the city to Florida has twice the number of The coming of chilly weather is a signal for the grand
ford for instance
: county, they would have to pay a tax of approximately be continued the officer should not i go on the loose i is occasionally reversed departments needed-twice the

,r $75.Attorney be placed under any handicaps or I Several of our peacefully number of bureaus, etc.. and four rush. .Prompt delivery and lower prices are the rewardof
restrictions as to what he should Inclined citizens lost
j 0t hours and times more on the pay rolls than

!} General Davis' opinion as to what constitutes da In the line of duty, and answer hours of sleep last Friady night are necessary to operate the affairs : those who come before the crowd. Fresh shipments
able solely to the board ot commissioners. when some convivial young-men- of the state.

: : "itinerant merchants," we believe, is directly opposite to what .-Starke Telegraph. Our about-Jacksonvllle celebrated some Men In the various departmentsare have just arrived at our yards.DeWITT .

t the lawmakers intended the act to cover. There are many county commlsaolners also pro- l occasion-probably the approachof being paid twice as much as

other the state in the Starke whereat vided such protection to our Thanksgiving-In a vacant the amount paid a few years ago.
places in same position as
U highways in Putnam county house In the southeast part of The taxation system BO unJust -

i at a certain season of the year money from heavy shipments although they were temporarily i town. At last the night marshal that lands not bringing a C. JONESWE

U, of farm products brings in the "fly-by-nighters" who hunt stopped by a loyal good I was summoned' to the scene who cent of revenue are being so heavIly
ltlen ( T) the very best of "political" In turn summoned two of the most taxed that the owners are willIng
other section the is DELIVER PHONE 1
: some as oon as cream gone. heavy '
I metlves--Crellcl"nt noisy bacchants to
City spend the night for the\ state to take them over

:r tax placed on this class of business Is still less than the different Journal. 'I In the city bastlle. I for taxes. Cut over lands with Discount of $1.00 ton all orders received up t to
per on
!J classes of taxes placed on the permanent merchant --0- i -- timber and turpentine all gone i!
The advocates of the sales tax I Small town folks may find it must pay excessive taxes. Homes Saturday Nov. 30p.um
: and Bradford officials should that it is
t see paid. lust won't down. We have a sus- bard to pas the time, but even at are too heavily taxed-erertyhing ,U
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