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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: December 6, 1929
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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IMtOPIJUTY: SO!L1> :MEET MONDAYThe I'OIUMTU1t4 s.unm GaiL.ty .'

To Be Effective nut TAX: :KM: I H CIIVKN : Arc Announced
I Board of County Commissioners Remodeled F
--- 1 I of Bradford County, Florida Two additional! district foresters Being

I On December 1i A warning to owners of property l met in regular session Mon I Commissioner McIJu: Name Distributors have been added to the Florida I
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Bold for taxes and where the Forest Service staff Itaa announced ,
1 15WShopping day, December 2. 1921)\) with all .
I i of II):W 1,1TiiRt Work wan. started th's week remodeling
i state holds certificated that they In Jacksonville Mondiiy by
members present as follows: J, O. I
II II Ttortdii. OrowoTK; Get; IVIU-r HopI cuw, /; tho Citlely Theatre build-
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II the N. IIryan Jennings, president of
i I may redeem property on reasonable Crews, Chairman Drew Reddish,
I vice to Northern ::11.\1 k<'t4 terms If action In taken JL. Underhill, H. T. Osteen and [ lag C N. Cooper being the .on-
Walter S. Mcl.ln. motor vehicle un-der tractor. Mrs. Maddox of Archer Ir :
I beforo January 1. 1930, but may G.V. Hlnson.
coinmlsulotiei-, Friday announced of the
owner building !plans! extensive -
Tallahassee Nov. 29 Rates subject themselves to heavy pen- Minutes of last meeting were IH maintained.
tho list of distributors of l.censotnfrn : alteration and Improvements -
I for the new express refrigerator alties It the certificates are purchased read and approved.Mr. The men are: J. J. Goulden who '
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The
throughout the state. to till loi-iil/ show hoiiHe The
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iTvlie for strawberry growers for by other Interests was Issued F. L. Crosby came before will be the district. forester for
I' Hit Is complete with one exception front of (lie building will l ho refaced ,
A transportation of fruit from I lorI by Attorney General Fred II. the Board and asked for a reduc j this section of the state with ;r.. ?
I tho commissioner stated.
) he\lI-1 with buff brick 1 the wood-
I 'llu to northern markets have been Davis.If Lion on taxes: for 192! The 1 'quarters nt Starke; and ;
The only county' where one or work of the lobby will also> be replaced
Board by unanimous vote reduced Dully, who will bu located at Bar- ,
ef91LAiVTCY received at office of the railroad certificates are sold at public I more agents have not been namedIs I with tha same kind of material .
the value on 80 acres to $700 tow and will have charge of the
mmlsHlon and mark the per
successful the
auction by the purchaser -
elate
; 1 Monroe county, Mr. McLIn stalled. and) tin old type awning ? ,
acre 40 acres being In Section 15. southern part of "'Iorlda.I +
conclusion of thirteen
a year has the privilege of collectingthe In this county an act of IcgItdatuio ;- w'II bo replaced, with ono of metal '
e Township 7 S II 20 East and 40 I Goulden" comes to Florida after
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better serviceI
to
: unipalgn secure
full amount of the cert'flcnte allows the county to re- suspended from above. .
I fur growers: of the state. It was and all penalties or eject the occupant acres being in Section 16, Town- relvo all of the proceeds from the I a number of years of forestry work :The Interior will he rpplantered. ,
ship 7 8. R. 20 East. following hit griulunt( on from the
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I :.innoiincod today by Eugene S. from the the "
property a ale of license tags, ho pointed ;
.. ................... :\Matthews member of the commls- torney ,general: states In a letter to Mr. A, II. Green asked for reduction out Mou it Alto Forestry School. lie new lighting of tho wooden llxtiircs floor Installed and (
part repaared.
on taxeH Hy unanimousvote WUK for a time assistant districtforester
: lon from Starke. J. C. Sale county Judgo at Uronon. The 1930 will bo distributed [ I
: MRS: /; with concrete Knlrnnre: from the '
the valuation on his homo I I In Pennsylvania' and Inter I .r
After years of campaigning, the After January I. 1930. tu! place was reduced 20000. to tho dealers: thin. week: and war district forester inVest Vlr- lobby\ will be changed and, both ;a.-.
............ .. raton and servl<-e wero recently ordered penally on old certificates will be Public will be' placed. on sale December, ticket! booth and operating rooms brebuilt.
Notary Bond' of D. W. ginia. Dally WUH connected with
i Installed the Interstate thirty-three and one third percent 15. Commissioner 1\Ier..ln stated.
Charles It. Shuforil, Jr. by I Moore of Theressa was approved. Iho United Slates: Forest ServiceIn rresont plans Include), It
:ornmerce commission. Although for each year. Furthermore these Rebecca Sweat was stricken: The list of agents announced Included Montana, lie Is a graduate In In 1< understood, new machines for y ';, '

Thanksgiving day In Lawtey was the rates and service effect several certificates may be bought In at from the pauper roll she having the following In this sectionof forestry of the University of Mon ,the operating 1'0011tn provide for

made sad when It became known southern states, the light: to have I fifteen cents on thg dollar! and sold moved to Duval County. the state: tana. sound pictures. 1 r
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,that Charles Shuford knownimong 1h( ( m Installed was Instituted by for face value plus twenty-live percent Reports of Inspector of marks Al.icluia. Kirs' Mary Lee Weir, 0 Mrs. Maddox plnu to make the .

so many as "Charley" had 'the Florida railroad commlHsinn. Interest, the attorney general and Brands, County Agricultural Gainesville I \ SCHOOL IiOAKI rUOCKKIMNiJS: local house one of the bent In her } ,+
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passed away Wednesday night Insi The new service and rates go stated. Agent and County Home Demon- Baker Mm J. C. Thompson, chain of mot on picture houses and '

I Vincent's hospital. Charles It.Shuford 'n service December 1, accordingto Appeals from decisions of county stration Agent were received and Macclenny.Bradford. the improvements' now going/; on t'

Jr. was born In Clover Mr. Matthews, and apply to del'nque'nt tax boards must be ordered filed. Mrs. Maudo Crews Board met In regular session will meet with the approval of thu '''
with all members
Va? November 8th, 1914 and died carload lots. I made within ninety days after the The County Judge, having no Starke I James T. Moore, A.present B. namely picture fain of this section. I ,

:November 27, 1929, being 15 years Tho new service will enable ; caro is presented, the attorney blanks, did not file a report. Clay, Mrs Leon Reugln: Croon aid H. D. May, chairman.Surrency -- -.

md 19 days old. I shipper! to place their products In ,general:; states or the appellant Bond of G. M. Davis as Deputy Cove Springs. Minutes of previous meeting loses right of redemption and If Sheriff was approved.On I Union, D. T McCIll. Lake Bllt-
He had been confined to his bed Jersey City on the third morning read and adopted.

with a badly Infected leg for nearly after shipment, instead of the fifth the appellant wishes to avail him- I motion the Sheriff was ler. Pension for Mia. Uodwln as the Death entered the homo of Mr. !I

I nine weeks and Monday It was morning as In the- past. The rates self of the eight per rent interest authorized to put up notices t>n Board at its meeting In August and Mrs G. C. Tlllis of nulnosvllln] I II

derided to carry him to Jacksonville are $3.05 per 100 pounds from rate action must be taken before the Highways In Bradford Countyas KII.I.KD. : ON IIIJH\\\V tilled that widows must be In tile Nov 27th and took to rest the

and operate on It. The operation Starke, and $3.20 from Plant City, December 31.DEATH to h'ghwaya: being patrolled. County six months before the I father whom everyone loved by ac- ttgnalnlauce.

was performed Wednesday principal shipping centers, which There being no further businessthe Charley Floyd, aged negro living : opening of school to be eligible to only to know him was

morn'ng and It was necessary for Wlh: refrigeration charges of $90 OF !MRS MOORE Board adjourned until next near Starke, wan struck by a participate In the pension fund. I to lovo him. lie was a resident of

him to have blood transfusions per car brings the total cost of a regular meeting, to be held the car on highway/; near Courtney's Negro school at Hampton to be Starke a few years ngo. Aa a rail

Fivo of the Lawtey boys went up carload shipment to fCOS.60 from After several weeks' Illness at first Monday in January 1930. Filling Station Monday night; and repaired II D. May instructed to road in 11 n he nerved the most of

to offer their assistance but he was Starko and slightly more from the home of her daughter, Mrs G. W. ALDERMAN ClerK. died 1f..w minutes after being look after same. his 1 Ito, the balance of his life wan

too weak to stand the transfusion. Plant City. A minimum car .load Julia Kimball, Mrs. Moore passed brought to Slarke for medical at- Hoard ordered Albert Jennings'poll spent ilK a carpenter and farmer

His mother and father were at his Is 17,000 pounds. away Wednesday night. Plans for MOHI: : HI'HItHS; : tention. l Floyd was walking on tax returned as he In a diS- combined.I 1 6

hedsido when death came --- the funeral had not been completed ho I road when the automobile, abled soldier and Is entitled to lie IravoH to mourn his departure -

They phoned for DeWItt C 1'tHUSIIlXG UNDER DIFFICULTIES Thursday up to the time our Margaret Albert nan contributedher driven by It. n. Bowers of Gainesville ;, this benefit. his. beloved wife and four y\\

lines( and he came and took the news matter was sent to Gainesville bit to the early strawberry I struck him, throwing him to lUll tor road worn at Hellbron boys and four girls: Sir A. C. :r;

body to Starke where it was later for setting Mrs. Moore was showing of this 1
ought back home. one of the old residents of this a quart of fine, large berries' skull. An InquuHl was held
The funeral was held at KlngsU This Issue of the Telegraph will section and widely known.11.11'TIST Saturday. The fruit Is finding n I I nenday afternoon and Bowers was tees.As Mrs. J. L. Sllcox of Slurke,

Lake and was conducted by his go to its readers later than usual. ready sale locally and to tourists: freed when tile Jury held the accident complaint has corns to the Mrs. l
pastor, Hev. Starrs and the fay this week, an accident to our typesetting W. >1. S. passing through at 60 '('ell ts the unavoidable Testimony of board about pay oC substitute PprliiKu, Mrs. J. W. Morgan and
machine !Bowers and Mr. show ad tcucners therefore be It resolved i
Thursday morning Courtney ;
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outs.; The choir "Jesus
sang The circles of the Baptist W. quart.} Miss Lucille Tlllis of Jalno.tv: llo.
Saviour! Pilot Me", after which | causing us to move part of our M. S. will meet Monday afternoonat that the curVUH\ moving nt a slow I by tins board, that we recommendfull I I All were] at Ills bedside. when the '
force to the composing room of |gate of speed and Hint Floyd wan pay for substitutes where
Charley" was laid to sleep under | 3 o'clock nt the home of Mrs. Good silage con bo made without oud ('nme, with friends and rela-
beautiful mound of flowers that the Gainesville Dally Sun to fine ."a walking along! the roiul coming toward they ate employed for 0 days or
a I W. L. Wall tramping! It In I the silo. tives. Ho was laid to rent at theKlngRiey
had been brought by his many ratting" up the news matter tof I the car UH the cur tuned out more, and that all teachers com 1 Ltfko; Cemetery 'VhursdaytFtetneun

comrades and' friends. His pallhIJlIrcrs this true The driving gear en the to go around him the negro jumped ply with item U and-10 of ttuilrcunt ,
that motor furnishing power to the I'OSTIU: KHJ.NKSigns Dado C ty. -- Dado City Citrus lit front of the machine twice !'act. ,
were Intimate friends ('.\ItI* 4>)>10' THANKS!
Exchange: Installing steam Schools to clone at four I
and linotype finally gave completely out processIng whims the driver wan culling buck Negro II
loved him In life like a brother
I We
nil wish the heartiest blessings
it was so hard for them to lower I after a week of patching and adjusting prohibiting huntng fishing plant. and forth trying' to avoid the collision. months, Staike and Lawtey In'l
I and waiting for a new pln- or trespassing on lands are for St. Petersburg Florida Tours, Mi' Bowers slopped h'lI eluded. on all who HO temlorly ad-
their where good-byes
pal away Includ- I ;'on. As Is usually the case, the sale at tho Telegraph office, 5c Inc, to operate sightseeing tours car after I the front wheels had Hoard goes on record as objecting I nilnlHtered to IIH through our, sorrows ,
.ire so hard to They I
say. that gives Is usually each. out of this> place. passed over the body to pacing mote than $:;.OO rand for the beautiful flowers.HvppHully ..
away
part
"d: Lawrenco : the t Wood Circle\
I mCI1 at
GodwintnPetellflur per curd for 18 Inch or two toot I'
for which no
lones. Henry the] only one spans' I
wood for schools. Galmmvlllo: and, Starke. '
Tom Heck and Vernon UoweHo is carried.
uey: Our Next Visitor All teachers having In reportsfor I The Fumlly f
leaves to mourn his death his We are indebted to the Sun office
\ )i\ full month on Friday, Dec. 20lliai -.- !
mother and father, Mr. and Mrs. their assistance and especiallyto \ \ ) will receive their pay that
('has. It. Shuford Sr., and two EStprsj Mr. Henry Drown, the editor 1ill.l'SXU KltACKS:
alternon If they rail ut tue office
Francis and Winnie also one and Mr. Clements, the foreman of I
checks will bo mailed deposited
or -
brother Carl. The fani'ly have the I the plant, who gave up his after \\r6\ or Saturday morning. (fly Ilussell }Kay)
the of There was a fine) time when :you
deepest sympathy of their many noon's sleep to tickle keys Ltllls for the tho month were
Lawtey friends in their sad hour ofhereaveml'nt. the linotype to furnish the usual audited and paid. could cur, DltlNIC: and be merry.
__ now It's a cane of cut CHUNK and
for the TelegraphtillNIl
matter
reading hoard adjourned to meet Dec
Ouril of Thanks bo NUMB.:
20, 1'JliU. __
Wo desire to thank the many : ronii-.i oUT A. J. GRIFF13, Scc'yCAItllS ,
frlendi: who were so kind to us in -,--- And, among my souvenirs In an

our recent sorrow when we lost IIIt1Sf\I.\S: : : advertisement clipped! from the ,
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A largo quantity of shinn, waspoured
Heavenly TumpriTimes that rends N1CKLM
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our darling boy. May our
Monday afternoon -
Into the sewers
Father bless We Alarm Clocks, Regular IL value
everyone. The
the containers ranging Telegraph hun .WO completeussurtuncut
wish especially to thank those who half / of Chrlntnius cards, no 70c. 1
from ten gallon kegs to pint j :
rave!: so many pretty flowers to bottles the task being completedby We alike, with double envelopes

,cover the mound where he sleeps.Gratefully officers In n pouring ra n. Destruction 1'I 1 ic> match, 15 to the sot. Belling for Some of these girls that went \'

: of the liquor was nece. i J on/ and 12.25 complete with raised on PET milk never got

eary to make room far other seta, I I"i,n.io' liiinrintuil theron. They ran weaned, .

Mr. and Mrs. Chas. n. Shuford urea there being twenty ttve Ave' ,,I i" lio, iiir<.luiHcjd without the !

and fand})'. gallon demijohn! stored In the ; ii.iinn.. printed at .a coiuildorablcniiou A good! theme song fur the Florida

county Jail awaiting an order< to be 1 rr In price. Mrs. U. A. Orange Festival would bn .

poured out. W < i ks In handling this I HU for "Valel1dJ..." I

Florrlo i Ia, 't i 1. l Kruph> and a phone tall to -
Mrs. Chandler and Miss
Terry accompanied by their little eral days in Jacksonville] visiting v i i 10) will bring the assortment Some chaps think that because i"

sewing chase took a Thatikwglv ng friends. n' oar liiHpuctlon. 'lace your or- they."Salil, It vr'111 l Flowers" before

Jaunt to Fort White where they t I t"" i IIT.V for delivery when Want- they were married, the wife ought 4

ute a delicious picnic dinner In Our Till i II to say It with flour forever after.

i ho woods. Our pal has gone and left us, ----6- -- '>1

Mrs. E. E. Burney and two children We lowered him In the ground; I F..rtY'80v1I 1 per cent of Floret letting Into One movlns used to lI 1,

spent Thanksgiving with her And the Boy Scouts, with beautiful I ," homes are wired and receive be a mutter of form now It scorns I Ito

parents Elder and Mrs. H. V. flowers. ally (slectilcal service, accordingto bo a figure/: of Mpnuih. "

:Skipper in Jacksonville. Covered his earthly mound. ,I a report\ lasted by the Nat onal

R. R, Thede was a business visi- I ijlodrlc( Unlit AHHoclullon III the Some folks Idea of safety first

tor to Si.irke Mondiy.Mr. We shall meet but we shall miss ,I October number of Domestic Com Is to keep a bottle of water In the

and Mrs. Drover >vooten and him. merce, a monthly bulletin Issued house for medicinal purposes.

children of Macon, Ga., spent Dear old "Charley" won't be there, ly tho United States Department)

Thanksgiving with his brother, W. When we go up to the Scout hall, of Commerce. In commenting With the problems of cattla ,t

C. Wooten and family. There will be one vacant chair. upon( the statement, the Florida ticks lunatics and politics, the I

Mesdames G. A. Anderson and State Chamber of Commerce says governor seems to have his hard" ,.

W. C. Wooten attended the O. E. He was a patient sufferer .1' this. places Florida second among full. t

S., In Starke Monday night.M Like all good Scouts are trained ,. :.., ..I.t... the group of Southernnates In -- f.
It the of electric lights based But t the girl I got the biggest
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use
,'. and Mrs. C. Y. Mayo and And when the call came for him to I'I ? I
<" upon the ratio of meters Installed kick out of was the one that triedto
two children are spending sometime go, .
.n homes. hold up her end of the conversation -
and crmplained.Wo : .
with her parents Mr. He never even .t:.il
Mrs. J. [i. Moore 1 --- by; pointing! to a mountain ::1
Inauguration of a county-wide and asking how many mole-hills
old "Charley jl t'
Alfonso Grlffls was visiting in loved you, dear gaCxrj
movement looking to the establishing I thought'It took to make it.
,Jucklionvllleloroday.: And we miss ;you, oh, so bad !
s"a'f't In Lake County of a flan hatchery -
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Wooten were We hope to meet you again someday If\. '
\ .. was one of the principal Itemsof And now they are making wallboard *
Thursday
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visiting in Jacksonville ,
bus'ness which featured the November from sandnpurs., another evidence
evening. In a land where we'reall made session. of the board of directors of the value to stlck-to-lt-

M., Don Dennett of Jackson R'1a.I.'Vrltten, .. of Luke county( chamber of vness.-
vlllo was visiting: in Lawtey Sun- by Pete Burney In o :;
"J. commerce at Tuvares lust Friday.In .
who t .. ,,: .
Charles Shuford '
of
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day.The memory ...,. '. And now we will sign' off until I
children have begun practicing died November 27, 1929. lis.
tho matter of soil
I. '" conserva- 8:45: p. m. Friday evening when
for Xmas and a nice program educators after nvich '.r tion livestock l Is of greatest Im or- the State Press Scrap Book will
with Mrs. "f1. "
has been arranged .
the changes I In ;,1 tance. again/; be featured' over station
research find that !
W. II. Edwards as leader. due to -- Wf>AI Tampa. A unique 'program -
Mr. Don Frigo has returned the English language after another are exhaustive f.''i, 1 'vt I g Grade the potato crop and keep sponsored by the Florida
And '
home after an absence of nearly newspapers.search writers of newspaper (). "i'4i' "." '4" 'S'. the culls on the farm for livestock Clipping Service, that brings you J
four months when he visited his s t ,. feed.
..f r the best from the press
of ?.. l.r"
articles find that many e .
old borne in Italy. : ., ., -- .. .
Mr. and Mrs. F, R. Carradlne the change In the English language ..' It \III unwise to sow weeds with Dade City First carload eggplant } I

pent Sunday night In Orange Park are due to the present day "t__ I' one hand and fight them with the for present season recently

with Dr. and Mrs. J. II. Carradlne linotype operators In the Russian other. shipped.

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.I r 1VTII hOLE GOLF NEWS \ -.................. ... folks .............+. ....... .5 of the Leesbu -, -- ,,
b1\ I __ _, S. rags trl.(

-----h B. H. JOURNAL ; Keystone Heiahts :1 Poem, When the Frost Is on tbi E IVOODLItIVN bre Pulp Company of ,"iiI',, ,o :

Ml.> ll.le. Oicdvn. Car. Pumpkin Opal Glissoti. : Miss Mjrtloo Norman, Cor. the Serviced Products enrp'ltal"'D,, ,,

......... Butterfly Dance Eight pupils. of cm OKO. for $:Soooii,
.............. Was
- iFwma..rt.III STAFF An Original Story Sociology ........................ nounced at Leesburg Saturdu! liD.

Mr. E. P. Caughey, daughter, Course "'rankValrath.. > \by
Denmark and chll- ome cf the stockholder
Mltor-lnChlef ..o.__ PAUL KNIGHT Mrs. L. R Tb.
* ,iiUiKrittnr: __ ... HTKUTH ; Guest Lois Jordan. "('\"l'ul, ,!
Sports Editor. '_ .. -..-_ LESTKIV PHICH JH>lHN ().>l or of Erie, Pa., arrived In Keystone with Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Denmark.Mrs. years, but Serviced Company |111.111-, .
.nlor _ LENA MIM.I.n HHKI'AUD I I: Future Occupations, A dialogue,
Kepnrter.itinlor u' li T- J. S. Norman and children call for early operation of .
lleporterRonhomore ._ ,_ ANNIE MAE I'I AJt'N Heights Tuesday. Mr. Caugheyand Ten pupils.A I ih, '' I
Reporter '. HKN STEKNI: 'KHO Myrtle, Mamie Lou, Truman and In the manufacture/ of pain" ain'i i
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will their
daughter
Krenhmnn Tleimrterolnl ... MARY BIIOWNL.KB occupy conversation at recess in the visit' Mrs. J. C. other products.
,. Kenortem __ .0. HSTELLE KKVII..IPK 1IAI.MI3 JONKS -7--- home on Keystone Lake tne remaInder library. Howard were ng :
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Faculty Supervisor I1:11i!: FL.OKKNCE MATTHEWS Alvarez Friday afternoon. -

-.---'--.- .-.-......-nrnt,..,..............................................." ....................................=r of the winter. Miss Slinger Reading Donna Kerr. Miss Pearl Norman was the
_ '::I ==========I:..")=======cjcjcjc; r--------------- went on to Tampa Wednesday. Talk by Mr. Larson. guest of her cousin, Myrtle Nor- NOTICH TO CONTRACt0115Sealed !

SICK;-HKAH that the ppact-ful dove re.illy lead ---Sb-- -, Tho regular business meeting of Mr. George F. TIbblls-Thanks- and Sunday

a very quarrelsome life.A the Woman's Club was htld in the giving greetings. man Saturday night bid will be received' i h, !fI>,. I
The talkIes have nothing on ua! that Carl Johns hall introduced a Mr. and Mrs. Lowry Carter Poard of Bond Trustees of Ih,. en, .
f.., Just take at look at this: famous physician says 'lubhouso Tuesday afternoon. Conclusion America.On were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Oscar of Starke, Florida at the "m, .. ,
t All talking, sInging. dancing, spinach is not so good after al,. new rule for the U. S. Golf Asso- A Thanksgiving program was Thursday afternoon there Carter Saturday night. the Clerk of said board. until 780 u

And one of the these days we -latlon. It will read someth'ng g'ven In the auditorium of the was an exhibition game at the golf m. on the 27th day of Decemln, A
4 June" all- and
"It Happened !In special Mrs. Maggie Drowning D., 1D29 and at that time
puhli.K'
aiipposo someone! will try to convince like this When ball rolls school building Wednesday eve- links between Mr. Packard of the
star cast, Directed by Hazel Mid- : your daughter, Thelma were vls'tlng opened for construction of nn mi
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aieton: A B H. S. Production. us that there Isn't any Santa Into a trap, first take the ball and ning. Every number was good and Greenville, Pa., and Billy Bullwln: Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hllliard Thurs- dltlon to the light and water plain. ,'

Broadway Is paying $3.00 a seat Claus place It on any high spot In the received well merited applause kle, pro at Keystone.Mrs. day. of dltlon the to said be City of of brick Stark nn.ii] :ul. .

for this mammoth production. We trap, then clear all loose sand from from tho audience, which filled the Bert Terrlll, who has been Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dunn and other fireproof material.con"r..tt. t

CONUNDRUMS: room. One feature of the eveningwas quite ill at her home is slowly improving Specifications of Bald
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are offering thIs spectacle at no around( the ball, take your stance. children of Evergreen: section liulldinR' i "a,,
a splendid talk by Mr. George he secured from the Clerk of the
; advance In prices. and play. were visiting her grandfather and Board of Bond Trustees
See-the beautiful girls! Which travels faster heat or Tlbbltta of the Camp of the Palms. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Houser haveas grandmother, Rev. and Mrs. D. L. A certified check amounting t I.

i See-this' wonderful natural cold? Heat, because you can George Flynn and Kirk Lewis M,'. J. E. Larson, principal of their guests, Mr. and Mrs. Phillips Thursday. 10 per cent of the amount( ...r i I.. i imiiHt

color produ tlon! catch cold. aro not speaking to the ordinary the school, also gave a talk on the Adams of Chicago.Mrs. Master Othenia! Norman spent accompany each bid. .
What' in worse than raining cats much nedeed equipment for the Elwell Robinson Mrs. The board reserves the right t ti, i,
golfers these days. They played
Hear- the latest sons hits! Saturday night with his friend, j \ct any or all bids.J. .
Hear-your favorite actors and dogs? Hailing taxies. with the two pros at Keystone school. Ice cream, candy and popcorn II Skinner and daughter Gaywood David Browning. B. COni'KVTNr-: : I

speak! Why' are young girls' cheeks likea Sunday, Jack Packard and Billy ball were on sale at the close drove to Tampa Wednesday to Mr. and Mrs. D. I... Phillips and Chairman Pro T.m.

: Read what the actors themselves team of horses? One ou each Bullwlnkle, and now they think of the entertainment Th<< program spend Thanksgiving with Mr. and daughter, Debbie, were visiting: : C. A. FUTCH Clerk. 11-29-f u 2"NOTU'

side real was as follows: Mrs. Shirley Holms.
think of this comedy-drama. they are golfers. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Norman Sunday.
What' is that which by losing an Recitation, Welcome Claude Mr. and Mrs. Philip Cadman and I : ;
Betty Bronsan: "This is a wonderful Miss Debbie Phillips and son, OF FINAL OISCII 4II4.K
Q play." eye has nothing left but a none? DOIPangborn Keystone's finest flatten daughter, Frances returned to Or- Semlon attended Sunday school at -- I
President 'Hoover's TbanksKlv- ando Sunday after few Notice l I" hereby given lint >.
Charles Atkins: "Honest, It's a' Noise. player was seen out on the links spending a afternoon. Mr. MS
Heilbronn. Sunday hereof
What is the oldest table in the with Waltrath and Ing Proclamaton! Kenneth \iys with Mr. and Mrs B. R. Weld. : days after date on tn-wli! ih.
wow! I playing Mayor I and Mrs. E. N. Wester and children !- 22nd day of January. A. D. I I't:' o |
Susie Crundell: "Oh! this is a world? The multiplication table. by all accounts was st'll: shootingthat Church. Misses Gertrude Houser and af [ the undersigned administrator ""r,r 'i.,
I were visiting here Sunday estate of A. J. Cowart, dcroiiH, ,il I. MI
1 darling comedy." What was the difference between flue brand of golf of his. Poem Thanksgiving, by Mrs. Helen Lawrence attended the football ternoon. present my vouchers and linn 1 i, .
Joan of Arc and Noah's Ark? One Cunningham Clifford Jordan. game at Jacksonville Thurs- counts as such administrator to" the
Handy Stewart: "Shades of Columbus -
and Mildred
Mlsa Jeannette Carter .
't 3 ,; This play Is a knockout." was Maid of Orleans, the other was Ed, Larsen and hIs wife are seen The Bill of Fare: Morgan Lee, day. | Norman were visiting Myrtle judge Honorable of Bradford Ueo. A. Gardiner county, FI..dn i .I.. |M

Jim Pritchett;. "I think the play made( of wood. on the links quite often lately. Ausbun Joyner, Freeman Hall, Mi' and Mrs. J. H. Lawrencewere and Mamie Lou Norman Sunday and auk for his approval foil.., i n.vdlNrhitrKe
as such fiamlnlxtratThis t
What Is the difference between Terrill Cunningham. entertained at the home of
I is all right. afternoon. 22nd day of November J I'l.'j['
i 4: Mollie Jessop: "Faith! I don't a hill and a pill? One is hard to Jim HouHor Is still at. It and by Thanksgiving Song by Primaryroom. Mi\ and Mrs. Ray Lawrence Mr. Darby Gaskins of Evergreen N. \VAItf\VUlC3ll-l: .
11-22 tt-1-17. AUmlnlKti.
01.i iNO'l'IC'l'
think It, Jim Pritchett, I know It." get up and the other hard to get all accounts he Is getting a golfIng Thanksgiving Day sect'on attended Sunday school at
I class The Indignant Farmer Joseph Mr. and Mrs. Fred Carr and Mr.
.t Jarvis Sneed: "It might Interest together now. Hcilbroon Surday afternoon ] TO HITJIJKIISSealed
down.Why
is like a hot fire? Be- Frye. Elwell Robinson were guests ot
S ? you to know that this Is the best I. p M/. Claris Hutchinson ot Vanderbilt -
play a-goln." causo it made oil boll. Joe Davis and J. C. Robinsonwere English Folk Dance Twelve Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Houser Thanks- bids will be received t bj ",,rHoard
section passed: through this of Hnnd Trustees of llraill >"I,i
1 Nell Crundell: "And how!" Why does an Ital'an soldier out Sunday morning for around girls. gIvIng. section Friday. County Florida at the olllc"' I i I'll'
Euallna wear brass buttons on hU coat anda Wonder what they were Poem Thanksgiving Memories secretary of the Board at St.> t
Scroggs: "Oh! My Mi1 and Mrs. Theo Roller were Florida, until 10 o'clock p. m, ul t D
I Charlie! He and the play are won- French soldier steel ones? continually going In the woods -Luella Cunningham.A Plant City making carload. ship- visiting her mother Mrs. Maggie cember 3. 1929 and at that tim, 1.,1.
derful." !Tq keep his/coat, buttoned. for? Keep on the fairway boys. Tale of Turkey-Ten little ments citrus.FLowtOPlay. llcly opened for clearing and t, "M"
- 4 65 known
Browning Sunday. btnK cm Koad No. .t' I Hit
Well! Wasn't that great? What Is the difference betweenan Scout Hole lload. in llriijfordty ,n:
S Mr. and Mrs. Leoman Norman
and new dime? -L _._ __ .... ; approximately 0.81 aorepAll .
a
old Penny
the
Sounds like Fred Carr, popular postmaster .
an interesting evening were visiting her mother, Mrs. work to be done In accurttil'lS'e
3 doesn't it? Don't forget the time NIae cents. of Keystone has the golf bug Maggio Browning Sunday after with the plans and Instruction If' i ierul -
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--- provisions special pros lt t *
S., and the place-B. H. S. auditorIum for far! these days. specification and prop..al anti. "i..

December 6th, 8 o'clock. Ad- WANT ADS noon.Mr. ll'n..t of Bradford county.
Vander-
of
Raymond Crosby
Tho rlfht Is reserved to rejvi't, "ny,
c Tn'salon: 25c and SOc; reserved Lawyer Peiryman was seen, out iEv bllt secton: was transacting business or all bids.
seats 75c. Wanted: One afternoon off. Any- Thursday following the pro match, BRIDGE Plan and specifications. may lit
here Thursday night.
cf S_ one having an extra one phone and trying to duplicate the pros' seen at the office of the secretarj "f
Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Phillips of the board.
mil. E. S. :MATTHKH-..
SENIORS: KNTKllTAINri: Wanted: To trade a seat in the shots 1 1 w JeieJJ9293O by Lawtey were visiting his slater, C. A. FUTCII Chairman
Mrs. J. S. Norman Sunday afternoon St.f-i.tarv' 11-8-l'l.i I !
Hazel Underhill entertained the study hall for a milky' way. Paul L. Howard of Keystone has I Wynne FergusonAuthor I

S Senior last Friday night with an Knight. joined the ranks of golfers and Everybody welcome to the Nonet TO I ITOIS ASH fiinii-
Olive Author of "PRACTICAL AUCTION "
old-fashioned cane Grinding and Lost: An umbrella by Mls when ho gets through with those BRIDGE. Heilbronn J1'01<'i
-- meeting at
with two ribs: broken and bone prayer -
candy-pulling party at her counLry handle. Return and receive re lessons, boys look out. fop/right.' 1927 by Hoyle.Jr. ,hurch every Wednesday night, Notice Is hereby given that u

home. and also to church I the 2nd' Saturday .,creditors legatees, dlxtrlbuto' i .1 l

: Although several of the Seniors ward.Wanted* Pop Sternberg deserted golf for ARTICLE night and Sunday. nil pei-HoriH having claim at; ": -i
No. 9
S wero out of town for the Thanks- : To know how Estelle the football match Thursday, but the l'>tato of Alice C. M. Itewki,.. .(II-.
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eased are hereby( required ti M.Huiit i.
giving holidays, those who were Kendrick got In the play. promises to be back at it again in The second Annual Eastern Bridge has headed the winning tenm, as he TO MI-T CLOSKI 43KAKONO.V ; : their. r'lnlms 'Inly authontl. .i'. d
Wanted: A large crowd at the Tournament was held at New York also to the Honorable 0 A. Unrtlit I. i
able to attend the a few days. won last 10.
party enjoyedit year pi.tying for the KIIAI ON: lUCCOinKIl: :: I
S. City and it fountv Judge of Bradford (Count\ :
S play tonight with a few extra proved to be a great suc- Knickerbocker Whist Club The : .
vie-
immensely. There IX WATKItS OF FLORIDA Florida for hi approval within \\t
dimes to buy candy. The Senior cess. were eighteen teams en- tory for The Cavendish Club date th .
1 Frank Walrath made a state- in was remarkable year from hnreof or i
tered the
Championship Team of in view of the class of (t.ice' will he held In bar thereto, and
"It Happened In June", B. II. S. clasn. ment on the Green Cove Course Four Event the largest number ever tition and the fact that the Club compe is The closed season on shad will all persons Indebted to said 'tile'
4. auditorium Friday December eth Wanted: A ticket to the play, that he could hunt better than entered in such a Tournament. The two only are requpietd to pay their said debt
years old. To develop a championship be lifted December 1 and will remaIn forthwith to the undersigned .xr. n-
I 8p.m.S "It Happened In June. John play golf Let's hope so. Cavendish Club team, headed by the team in such a limited time is open until April 1, accord ng lor'B. .
Henry Hemingway. redoubtable R. J, Leibenderfer, was indeed an achievement. This 25th day of October, A. O.
*
to T. R. Hodges shell fish com-
the winner. The other members of the 1929.
Don't forgetj "It Happened InS Jim Rouser says that he cannotsee winning team were E. S, VVetzIar R. during Here the is one of the hands played mluBloner.. Shad worth neatly WALTER IT. PRrtriENT AND MAE
tournament that shows IlttWKH SERC.ENT,
HOT TIPS the
) June. why you have to count all the Balfe and O. Scott This is the second value of a clever defense: $1,760,000 were taken from Flor- nxecutor'ft, Kalate of Allnu 1'hi

balls you put out in the corn field. rear in succession that Mr. Leibenderfer ida waters during this last year as Jlewke, deceased
I
S Aclvlro by Sally Sue Slssyiuice, On Thelma: "You shouldn't blame We will write the U. S. Golf Association I tho fish Is considered quite a deli 10-25-9t-12-20.

Marriages, Fights, Divorces, etc. him. just because he's absent- and find out If .this rule Hearts-Q, 7,5
minded." Clubs-9, 8, 6 cacy.The
cannot be amended.
chief shad fisheries sin. the
Dear Reader: Dora: "But just think. It was Diamonds K, 10, 8, 5, 3
state the St. Johns river.
Spades-J, 4 are on
S Have-you any troubles or worries under the mistletoe. Prosto Keystone Take Over Green
1 Over $750,000 shad were hatchedfor
Hearts-A, J, 10, 9, 3, 2
: /vour'properly
? Are you ever sad and lonely? Cove Course : Y
: Clubs-A, 10, 7, 5 release In the Florida waters
If so, won't you write and receive Clt-o: "Oh! Glenn broke his leg : A B : Diamonds-2 I thin! year by the hatchery at We-

help In your difficulties in the second quarter" Billy null winkle professional; at : Z : Spades- 10,2 I laka, wh'ch: Is maintained by the has increasedin

A friend Patsy: "What part of his leg Is !
to all.Sally the Keystone Heights Golf Club shell fish department. value.Guaa

)' Sue Sissyance, the second-quarter." and his associate Jack Packard No scores first game. Z dealt and bid! suit, he can, give B the ruff. If he Tho shad is a fresh salt-water .

Starke Fla., Box 693. professional at the Greenville Golf one spade. A passed Y passed and U hasn't the ace of diamonds but does /Ash, living in the salt water and
Dear Miss Once there was two Irshmen-: bid two hearts. Z bid two spades A have the of insurance
Club Greenville ace spades he
Slssyance: and Country Pa., and Y can win the running into the fresh water to your
passed and B bid three hearts.
Society! operas! bunk I call It. now there's lots of em. have secured the contract to man- first spade trick and lead back a dia- ,. .
Z bid three A of the fish
and all peculiarity
spades A spawn. 7z-
S pissed.' mond, thus again giving B .. protection: on
I havo been married 22 years and age and act as pros at the famous opened the eight of hearts, V playedthe to rulT. The play is well thought a chance la that always returns to spawnIn .q.,.01....'..

been happy until a couple of years Annie Mae: "So you danced Qui Si Sana Golf Club at Green live, U the ace and Z a low heart. and the player who made it was out the the river where it was hatched. I ,.... _.._ 10 \\ that property

ago. My daughter got in with tnla wIth Ben at the party last night." Cove Springs. This will In no way .%'hat should l B now play? If you will only one to save game on that hand. O : p--- ...... should.. ,.. be. .
so-called "socety": and her mother Hazel A. : "Yes..But how did you interfere with their duties at the top to think a minute, it will be evident A'ft hand was as follows: I U.d.v-lai.r..c. I. -
that in order to save A must j Two carloads of puro bred cat- (. lJ.. .... ,.
with her. Now I guess? will : game Hearts- 8,4 pr ? t| 'It increased
Keystone Club they
lead a dog'slife. as d'vlde
hold either the of tie to be used In the breeding of __
ace spades or the ace Clubs-Q J.4,3 2 to a w.4.ol yow .
When I come home from work Annie Mae: "I "notice that you ther: time equally at tach course. of diamonds If Z holds both aces, IiamondsQ, 9,,4 high grade beef herds will arriveat ...., I. ....,.... 'k in proDOttlOtl.-
all I get Is a dab of salad and a are limping today. It Is their Intention to put a first there is no way for B to save game. His Spades A
5,3 Tallahassee from Tennessee the
Lol_,.., .... !'
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toast I can never enjoy a quiet class pro's shop In at both clubs proper lead, therefore is the deuce ofdiamonds. The defensive play in the forcrofng first of tho week for distribution __,..,/'do.0OUr' ."" .,< IH.04_ fwn-
evening---It's Billy: "Why did the lobster will If A holds the ace of that hand is
always a bridge party I and carry an up to date line very clever so note it carefully/ among farmers of West Florida. N.o6I"1Mr
dinner-dance or "Father blush? of clubs balls bags and other
get : ,
Answer The live stock board has been assisting 'iasarauce
to Problem No. 5 0111' means -
ready for Merrill: "He saw the salad mODty2on'l
I the opera. I don't be- golf equipment at reasonable the farmers in'the :Importing -
"
lieve In divorces, "You can't live dressing. prices. They are well equippedwith Hearts -J
of good animals and the gradIng -
Clubs- with women and the ngled if 1'/'L''Zz9.1
latest
S you. can't live machinery to carryon lJiamontlsK, 7 up of range cattle. The fifty-
without them." Nookle: "When you proposed to all
What shall I do? repairs and prompt serviceIs
S Spades-K. 8, 4, 2 three bulls and heifers in tills
lieu-pecked Papa her, I suppose she said: 'Thla Is their motto.Jlullwfnkle Hearts- 10, 9 __________ Ht'artsnone[ shipment have been purchased for
S lIen-pecked so sudden!I' Clubs-J, 10 8 Y WALL
Papa: : :. Clubs-9,4 farmers in Levy, Suwannee, Columbia HAROLD C.
I Assert your rights! Do not Red: "No, she was honest and )) 'ft'llts Piwkttnl Inn Diamonds-Q. 9 : A B : Diamonds5,3 and the more western coun-
stand said: 'This has been terrible Spades- 9 : Z : :Spades-A; 6 INSURANCE
meekly aside when your suspense luud.E"h-lnc: :Match J, 5 ties of the state.
"
wife or daughter Is lay'ng: downS Hearts- 8, 6 .

S the law to you! I believe It In every -- Dilly Bullwlnkle pro at the .Clubs- K, 7,6 Bunnell School zone warning STARKE, FLORIDA

man's privilege and right to Sam : "Where do you live?" Keystone Heights Golf Club defeated Diamondsnone, signs placed on streets.

be the head of his household and Cutle: "With my brother." Jack Packard pro at the Spadea-Q, 10, 7 -- .. --- _. -

S to direct the life, more or less, of Sam : "And your brother?" Greenville Golf and Country Club.
There are no trumps and Z is in the must lose the
six of
his Cutle "With spudes. If B
children and : me plays
J wife. After their Greenville, Pa., In their exhibition
lead. How Y Z win of the
can seven the six of
1, spades, Z should the
surprise, and possibly! Sam: "And you both live-? game on Thanksgiving afternoonby play
anger they eight tricks against./any defense? seven of spades and! return the Modern
will 1. arn to respect your wishes Cutle: "Together." the score of two up and one to Solution: Z should lead the six of of spades B wins this trick and queen then HotelfflUSBORO') ..

c and I'm sure you will All be much go. This match was played In I the i clubs winning the trick in Y's hand must lose the jack of spades S e

bappie.By .-. Maiden Fair Interest of the Woman's Club of with the queen. Y should now lead the (b) Suppose at trick No 2, B should

the way-there is one Bhow Skirt at knees Keystone Heights. Quite a largo I deuce of spades. B can either play the play the ace of spades B can now lead Central
five of the of
I' you will enjoy It Is "It Happened Feels no coldYou'd gallery were on hand to watch spades or ace spades. either the nine of clubs or the trey of .. .. ..
(a) Suppose he play the five of diamonds ((1)) Suppose he leads the ,
in June." think she'd freeze. these two popular players and spades. Z should ploy the ten of spades nine of clubs. Z should win the trick

-_ ._ were well awarded by see'ng one and A follows suit. Z's best play now is with the king of clubs and Y should i Spacious

1.1 KB Mr. Dowling: "What Is A of the closest matches seen on the the king of clubs and Y should discard discard the four of spades. Z should ..
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vacuum?" Keystone course In sometime. the seven of diamonds, the others following now lead the ten of spades and win the Tampa Florida'

Chapter I Theodore: "I have It in my head For suit. The object of this play is trick in Y's hand with the -kintr of ,
the first nine holes Packard
to exhaust B'l clubs before he it forced spades A is thus forced Hospitable
to
"Glad discard If
to
meet you.' but I can't think, of It just now" outplayed Bullwlnkle and at the in the lead. Z should now lead the six he discards a heart he sets up a heart

Chapter II."Isn't end of the first round Bullwlnkle of hearts inning the trick in Y's hand trick in Z's hand and Y Z must thus a S S

the moon beautiful" Eloise: "Do you believe practice found himself two down but on with the jack. B is thus forced to discard win the balance of the tricks. If A discards """I" Ic .... aLl'
Chapter HI"Oozum lie discard either low S. $_.ISO to '0.00 per
S makes perfect. the tenth hole he found hId stride can a spadeor a club he likewise seta up a club ":'rr 1

love Woozum." Alice: "Yes, practice makes per- again and took the hole from the trey of diamonds. If he discardsa in Z'. hand and Y Z must win the ;,: ..
Chapter IV. low spade Y should lead the four of balance of the tricks. If A discards a
"Do fect fools of some persons.:: Packard from then on It was A spades and B can' either play the ace diamond, both of Y's diamonds are

S you? neck and neck race till the 16th or the jack. If he plays the ace, Y's good so once again Y Z must win all of Free Car Storage

"I dol"Chapter! Hazel U."Oh I'm so happy and hole when again Bullwlnkle came spades and the king of diamonds are the tricks ((2)) Suppose at trick three a *

V."Dododada.. gay I can't help but break into a to the fore and took the next two good. If he plays the jack Z should win B should lead the trey of diamonds. Y

S ." song." holes and winning the match two the trick with the queen of spades and should win the trick with the king of

p Chapter VI."When KHtelle: "Get the key and then return the seven of spades thus forcing diamonds and lead the four of spades.
up.A B in the lead. B must now lead a diamond Z should win the next two spade tricks
the "
5, aamhlira dinner? you won't have to break In." number of golfers have expressed and Y wins the balance of the with the queen ten of spades antI then

Chapter VII. the hope that it will be tricks. B's best discard, therefore, on lead the king of clubs on which Y

"The fight Is over. They are Leah: "What happened in possible to have these two players the jack of hearts is the trey of diamonds should discard the seven of diamonds EErT'

gain to see "It Happened f in June." June?'* r I gve: another exhibition In the near Y should then lead the king of Z should then lead a heart which: Y

S Pearls: "You'd be surprised." future, as with Packard having diamonds. The object of this play is to I should win and lead his king of spades,
"WHAT NEXT?" exhaust the diamonds in B's hand. Y i thus again winning the balance of the
. Leah: "Aw come on. more experience on the sand should then lead the four of spades. B tricks.If .

One Pearle: "Come out and see FrIday greens one of the closest matches can then play either the ace, jack or at trick three B should lead a ..
by one our illusions are beIng night, December 6th'at 8:00: should be witnessed. six of spades. If he plays the ace Z spade practically the same result would

_ shattered o'clock." should play the queen of spades And B follow And Y Z would again win the You will meet friends and wcl New ix-p-rtment flWr4
Paris decrees long skIrts St. Augustine St. Augustine; is then forced to lead up to Y'. king balance of the tricks. There seems to a >1

. Our history books say that Co- Miami Beach New building Canning Company organized And and eight of spades so that Y must win be no way, therefore, for A B to win BateredrroLoIII_
Iambus WBI not the real discovererof of Mead Construction the balance of the tricks. If B plays the more than one trick no matter what
company work started construction come atHEHILLSBORO
h on 'of
jack of spades Z should) the
play queenof defense they adopt.! It U A tricky little
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America. completed at Lincoln Road And plant expected to open About Jan. spades And return" the seven of problem and brings 'out many fine ... .. ..

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News of Florida in Short -- : -
I Paragraphs (JI---: : a !form after coming to China I Vernon used good seed of Klloro'.i : Green Jeanette and Ida !Mae John

"'" IDI1'D ::: n I !Red Cob variety paying at
: M lit w tli a missionary to see an attended church here Sunday
he rate of 6.00 bushel for biB
i ; ... ,'ol !mplo. Tho missionary $ Misses Alma and Nannie nreeawerti
I seed. He used about one-sixth.
II I I i 1.1 hod, to the Duddltift' prlen'u.' the guests of Misses\ : Pauline

I I r LLIVE STATE NEWSI II 1'6y word is a lamp j unlo my feet, and a light unto my palo.. -Psalm: 11105.rtlrj. i'hey, tlkln't seem impressed with ''Hibhcl planted of on seed March to plant 18 the, and acre.then lIe sad Lorenu Green Sunday afternoon -

I "'i-' 'TO.. Tho missionary said .
IDltr'not. 'il1f All religious teaching doctrine fertilized with 100 pounds nitro-
). ill... or n me, "There' la not much hope MM. J. II. Wainwright and children -
creed, if they are to have any claim ph.iaka.i Later ho slde-dresaed!
upon tile love loyalty and devotion of I or these I old priests. They are ('onI spent Wednesday afternoon"
the be in
I people must harmony with w ce with 100 pounds calcium til-
: I the teachings, of Jesus the Christ whose words fit into every fold I and crevice I '1'1l11"11 Idol-worshipers." I was aurM rate on 'a sandy loam Boil which no guuHla of Mra. J. 1 Ii). A Ivarl>Z.

I TOLD BY OUR EXCHANGES or the humAn heart and e.r whom it was said in John 7:46. "NEVKU!: MAN i-od at his remark, feeling God.Sa' Misses Norene and Maxine Hlcka
had been to the
cabbage
I SPAKB LIKE illlo: MAN." UoSpIrit\ could convert even the grown spent Thursday afternoon with

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'-"-' --- n. ------- .. the Tins. Anita Wa nwrlght.Miaa .
; --- mrdened e"18." Lcnviny
: !In 11' !
whom
Is everlasting strength? unto mo. And this Is I the real In proof of the fact that he is n j
'l'ampFlorida( produces 81 Buchanan! to escape death In the Answer, rC'ud-Dan'el 12:3.: po nt in tho le Mun. The true ample we had to pass through a modern farmer and use modern i \ Onnlo Irma spent Saturday -
rent of the phosphate mined electric chair Trrat gatehouse. In It wore four afternoon with Misses\ Pauline q.
,,1' for killing two pro- Tito Power tf PrajerMatthew Christian> la often unconsciouslyIervlng methods, Vernon used machinery I

p,:?, the i United: States. hlbltlon agents dwindled yesterday 18:18: 19, 20. Verily the Lord when doing some huge; Idol "gate-keepers", force mil Implements almost entirely In and I..oreno Green i!

as. the state board of pardons ray unto you Whatsoever ye shall kindness! to a fellow man. Such Ravage, ugly: with hand up-rained .lolng( tho work connected with I Mm. L. L. Snpp and Mrs. II. C.

.lasper-An extra large hay declined! to commute his sentenceto bind on earth shall be bound In persona are laying up for hem ready to strike any who might dlat growing( his corn. The land was I Edwards: and children were the

rop has Just been harvested In life imprlHonment. Tho board heaven; and whatsoever ye shall >sclvofi many happy surprises in the >ler"o them. They did strike terror disked with a tractor the rows guests of Mra. J. H. Wainwright
Into little child whose inotliir and Thursday night. ;
Hamilton! county. heard several pleas some t me ago loose on earth shall be loosed In future: a were laid off and the corn was Thursday '
was bringing it Into the temple Ml's. E.: II. Dart wax the guestof
from counsel for IJuC'1nnun.8/ heaven. 19. Again I say unto you "Then shall he say also unto planted with a planter. Tho first

Stuart -- The Olympia bridge result of he board's action! Governor That If two of you shall agree on I them on tho left hand. Depart from to worship. As we wero passing cultivation was done with a harrow !MTB. J. T. !Moore Thursday afternoon -

of construction will Carlton earth as fuelling t thing that me cursed unto everlasting by the little one was screaming! .
now In course probably will signa any yo and four other cultivations
IIP ,completed by; December 15. death warrant for the man',' I they shall ask It shall be done for lire prepared for the devil and wilt fright; but the mother put wore done with a cultivator, workIng Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Sapp Mrs.L. .

electrocution within a. short time them of my Father which U In his angels" Jesus reminded these the wee one's hands up and made) every other middle each time. L. S.tpn and Mrs.\ Lon Snowden
!;t go: through the acts of worshipIn spent Sunday afternoon with Mrs.
lieaven. 20. For where two that when his friends uhuti-
onsen[ The Jensen Ice Storage -- or I were Vernon'H work was directed by

: Company Is being organized in Leesburg' George Barclay, three are gathered together In my I gored or athirst, or strangers or spite of Its terror. County Agent, C. P. Wright. Four J. II. Walnwrlght.Mr : .
Then I .----
realized the Chinese
lesson and a 15-ton Ice plant Is aged 16, of Yalaha was rushed to name there am I In the midst of' naked, or sicks or tn pr eon, they why corn club members In the county

mteraplated. Munroe Memorial hospital Ocala them. 'I had not ministered unto them. wero confirmed Idolaters. They obtained( yields exceeding 100 .0..1.....N.N......NE .
ire: taught to worship l Idols even .
yesterday afternoon by the L. C. Prayer: Jesus said "Inasmuch as ye didIt bushels to the acre. They are .
:\'EttGRla': S +
when bublos. And I that
Orlando Orange county has Page ambulance for emergency Dear Shepherd of Thy chosen few not to one of the least of these hopo of wlnnii. ...saw 11 was not our In Paul Simmons, Edward!: Kirkland: ,, ( *. F. A. Rimlcr. 'or.) '7N

; ..i4' industrial plants employing treatment following a serious accident Thy former mercies now renew; ye did It not to me." 1 John 3:11: Thomas IlughoH, and Harvey Mi- .

"'< 13: persons, with a $3,121,450 at the kaolin mines of the Here to our waiting hearts proclaim says "For this Is the message that preaching to the priests t though!: 1 ley. ..... .................
hat
mint bo lint
not neglected
pnvroll.fJronson. Lake County Clay Company. Barclay ye heart from the beginning!: that In ; .-- Cohen Peele was a visitor to St.
getting the children. So,
was caught In belt of The sweetness of Thy saving: name. we should love one aunt her." Head was .
--- a the ---- ----- '--- August Ino Sunday
Two of sweet machinery[ where he : the parable of the Rood tmmuritan, rows was working Mra. Hester Bpent the
I j! app
I II .i missionary> lady cog"osied; Blurting I wln'lfo'ltM PHOGKAM I ;
: 'HHtoos. 110 steps long prod ul'eltjthirtytwo ';and hurled around so severely that I J and answer 'To Whom are you aNeighbor" School week-end with Mr. and Mrs A. B.Rosier. .
Ragged for
and one-bait bushels of his left leg was broken In two I SUMMV SCHOOL ? n Sunday I I: I IL : .
iissoxrou the street! kiddies not far from her | Tim Voiw or Fluridd"Catnosvale I1 a
at Brons'on this )places his. right leg and right I -, *-
nap tubers season. arm home I was ready to help. She Mrs. Maggie Forsyth and non.Kugeno .
I
broken besides being internally I FIRST CHRISTIAN: ,'IIIWJDble __ ___.-1 of JaokHonville spent
I asked the dairyman Ifvo could ;
Lakeland Galloway Kath injured and badly bruised. It is have it til his shed lie consented : Flu.--Tho radio hue ThatikHgtvIng lucre with relatives.Mr. .
)J" ('K\IIHlt: H. III: I
leen-Lakeland area had the dls-! I expected) that Barclay will live. : School and communion 10 wo began!: our first Hugged!: Sun- rout's( on Mondnya, (ho U. S. Farm and Mrs. Walter Moore and

unction of making the first shipment Subject: Helping Neighbors In services each Lord's Day at 10 day School. Crowds of little people Flash program on Tuesdays the daughter of Jacksonville spent

of berries to the northern Pensacola The story of tho Need. o'clock. came How they did delight Primer for Town Farmers on Sunday afternoon with Mr. and

markets this season. Soon the I recreational weather and other ad- Golden Text: "Thou shall love Church services[ morning and to sing "Ya-au-al-ngo"': (JesusLoves Thursdays and the Agricultural !Mrs. J. E. Hosier. ;

crop will be moving: rapidly. vantages Pensacola and other sections thy neighbor as thyself." Leviticus evening of the first Sunday In Me.) Many of t that cow-shed News Review on Saturdays are Willie Mao/ Iteddlnh spent several ,

of the gulf coast of Florida 19:18.: each month by the pastor. IJro. Sunday School came to love Jesus special weekly features of the farm days last week with her grandmother

New Smyrna-The spring beautification offers winter visitors will be told Lesson Text: Matt. 25:31-46.: Dixon: of Jacksonville. and became useful members In tho PI'ogl'llmtlven over WRUF the Mrs\ J. S. Rosier
I
meeting of the state to aproxlmately 25,000,000 peo- Christianity Is the foundationupon church. state( owned broadcast Ing station Mr.\ and !Mrs W. Armstrong and

chamber of commerce will be heldin ple throughout the United States which we may and should, i 1IAITIST When I came ttt Shanghai and here, by the Florida Agricultural children of ,Dover and Miss\ Gladys

New Smyrna some time in !May and Canada by the Louisville and : build our castles of good works. went about preaching, children aplenty l Extension Service. The programs Reynolds: of Klsslmmee were the

next year, according to action Nashville railroad. The railroad's Christ (Jno. 14:1) said "Ye believe Sunday school at 10 a. m. Keep were on the streets. I remembered begin!: at 1 p. in. Eastern Standard guests of Mr. and Mrs! It. S. Rosier ,

taken at the beautification convention advertising program announced In In God believe also In me bringing: new scholars. 'hat Sunday School and time and are broadcast. for 30 last week.

field in Cocoa. Pensacola a short time ago In- "Ye believe In God believe also In Worship at 11 a. m. and 7:30p. : wanted these "yallpr" people to minutes on the station's frequency Mr. and Mrs. Willie Reddish and ,

cludes insertions of attractive ad- me," but he also said (Matt 19 : m.At have the same Joys. I rented a of 830 kilocycles. children Mrs\ J. S. Sapp and children ,

Wauchula Hardee fields are vertisements In a large number of 19)) "Thou shalt love thy neigh the evening service a pro room and started a Sunday School Other features on the program spent Thanksgiving with B. :'

bursting forth with cucumbers, Internationally read magazines and bor as thyself." And Jesus said gram will be given by one of the with no pup'ls! I stood Insldo and for next week are llstnd belowVedncRllay : E. Rosier and mother. :

peppers, eggplants and beans now newspapers. ( Luke 14) "When thou makes a Jacksonville B. Y. P. Unions. sang;, "Jesus Loves Me." Children \ Dec. 11 Colton Lash Orlffla und J. E. Rnnler.

while our groves are charmingwith Inner[ or a supper call not B. Y. P. U. at 6:30: p. m. Miss came to the door. I wag glad and Varieties for Florida W. A. wore visitors to Starke Saturday

their sparkling golden fruit. Gainesville -Benjamin Frank- thy rich neighbors but call LaughlnhouBo of the State B.' Y. laid "Come In." The kiddies ran Carver, nsnlstnnt cotton special's! !, afternoon

The Peace river calley Is the garden lin Hampton aged 66, a residentof he poor, the maimed, the lame, P. U. Department, will be present' for home as fast OH their legs Florida Expernment Station. lIIe881's.'Henry and Ike Norman

spot of Florida and Hardee Gainesville since 1876 or 1878 the blind." with other workers and conductthe "ould carry them! They. hud heard Friday, Dec 13 Value of of Hellbronn were visiting Mr.

,ounty Is the gem of this valley. dell: at the family home on East The Apostle James says (Ch. meeting. All member of the that foreigners use eyes and hearts Home Grown Products to tho Florida H. F. Redding Sunday afternoon.Mr. .

Main street south at 10:20: last 2)), "Whosoever shall keep the union be sure to attend and bring uf( Chinese children to make medicine 'lIrmpr--lJr. J. E. Turlington, and Mrs. W. It. Kersey of .

llowey Opie Read famous night from gunshot wounds inflicted whole law and yet offend In one your friends.On for Western children. I sang professor of agricultural economics MiiccJenny were business> visitors

novelist Is back at Howey in the by his own hand and as a direct point) he U guilty of all." Therefore account of the state convention 'again and big people came to UH- Florida College of AgrlculUne.: to Evergreen Monday\

ll'lls after a summer spent In result of a complete nervous break- no one can be saved by his meeting In Jnckeonv lie next ton. The wee ones took courage And Cure and Handling of Milk Mi'. and Mrs.\ II. S. Rosier and

Chicago.: Mr. Read says he won't down. The deceased gentleman works for no one keeps all the law week there will be no regular and peeped, In. I talked of Jesus In the Home-H. L. Drown extension ch'Idren accompanied by Mr.\ nnd

play golf on Sunday and can't prominently known throughout all the time. Wednesday night service. nnd Ilia love for little and big people ( dairyman Florida Agricultural : r.l1'S.V.. L. Armstrong and. children \

play It on any other day. nut he this section of Florida had returned And Jamen further says, "If a -. --' and gave the k.ddlos cards Extension Service. and Miss Gladys Reynolds

,an boost Florida, which he does to Gainesville loss than three brother or sister be naked, and deBt TII.\ISil\'I NO K Kit; \ U'I'M asked them to rotno again; and Tho I"arm Question Ilox will bo spent Thanksgiving In M.xdloon

frequently and happily. weeks ago from Asheville and 'lulo of dally food And one of bring their friends and I would tin concluding feature on several Mr. and Mrs. A. II Rosier end

Black Mountain N. C., where he you suy unto them, Depart in Tho Thanksgiving service at the ,give them all cards. Next Sunday' ,of tho progrnniKUKII.IIHOVN. sons Rudolph and Cedrlc spent

Plant City With the first had been receiving special\ I treatment peace bo ye warmed and filled; Baptist church:! last Thursday was I ten came and the next 20 then 40 I I to.O. --- Thanksgiving with II. E. Uo..or.
in an effort to regain his I well atte'nded. The president'sproclamation .- -
of strawberries -
movement
i -frlgerator notwithstanding 'give them not
health. ye was read by Kev. G. and noon my email room was full .. .................. :MI\V: I'ASSHXfll'.U: ; f'IHEUUIEH
for the current season being those things which are needful to of "lirownlea." They learned to .

forwarded from this point the the body; what doth it !hoot? P. Raymond anti the prayer was ,slug and liked to wing", and wo literally : 81'HIXOH -
Gainesville I given!: by !Rev. A. K. Dunham. Ilev. MINN Norman .1 Beginning Sunday Apr'l! 21at,
,opening salvo has been fired In aimrryproduct'on A woods fire rag- Even so faith If It hath not works Hang tho Gospel I Into their IVml
which Is Ing yesterday afternoon over a '-. J. T. Guy of the Methodist church & Seaboard Ra-ilwuy schedules for
alone.
season being But
dead : we delivered a powerful and Impres- hearts Now Jesus hall lots of litho ........................ Starko pORted as follows:
wldo area west of the Alachua were
all former
'xpected to eclipse rec- should remember that salvation Is frlemla In Shanghai. They do
county fair grounds northeast of sive sermon which! will be long remembered Miss Pearl Norman was the Molls hbeu nit, ,
ords. given us by grace through faith. not run from me anymore; but run
Gainesville, spread to the fairgrounds Jesus said, (Jno. 3:14-10): ) "And by those who heard It. to me shouting, "JOBUH man coming Knout of her cousin, Miss MerLe: No. i-(Local ) 11:19: p. m.

Panama City Announcementhas making short work of an Moses lifted \\o\ the serpent In The singing was led by a choir ," and grasping/ my fingers, lead Norman. Saturday and Sunllay.1I1"'KS No. 11-(Local) 11:23: a, tu. \

been made of the sale of ap- several hundred feet of wooden tho wilderness: even so must the made up of singers from the various 1110 to the Sunday School. "' Jeanette and Gladys Car- No. 107-,(Limited ) 1:19: p. m. 1 "1

proximately three entire sections fence and spreading to the livestock Son of man be lifted up: That churches. One of the pleasant :- I wash: you could know my wee ter and Darby Guiiklna! were the No. 191-(Limited) 10:34: p. m.

of land in Day county, located in barns an(, sheds and to other whosoever belleveth In him should features of the service was a IlrownleH. I nm sure yon would gnash of Misses Pearl and Mild- N\ drill hound

the vicinity of Bayou George. The outhouses on the grounds. Unofficial not perish but have eternal life. beautiful polo, splendidly rendered 1 ve them as I do. Every Christmas red Norman Sunday night. No. 2--(Local ) 5:35: a. m,

purchaser's name and the amount estimates> of the loss place For God so loved the world that by Mr. Wesley Stearns. The offering I try to give them a Jolly time, Misses Inez and Marguerite Carmichael No. 12-(local ) 3:05: p. m. ,

of the consideration are withheld the figure at between $2,000 and He gave Ills only begotten son that for the Children's Homo friends at home'sending/ me money spent. Thanksgiving In No. 108-(Limited) 5:41: p. m. I

It is stated that the new owner of $3,000.: An alarm of fire was turn- whosoever helleveth In Him shouldnot netted twenty-two dollars. For their treat. Chrltjtinna Is not Oca III. Wannoe Branch tlmrln 101 now i \

this tract plans Immediate development ed In at the city fire departmentabout perish but have everlastinglife. tar away and I am already getting I Miss Iva Sponholtz was the guestof leaves Starke 7:00: a. m., and train: ,F
3 o'clock. The firemen has- l'It1SfY7'1'IUASServices : :: Miss Mildred Norman Sunday. 102 arrlveH Starke 2:40 p. m. ".
Further announcement will And in the 18th verse "lie toady for the glad day. No Chinese
be made later. tened to their fair grounds but that belleveth on Him Is not condemned ----' kiddies will hang their stdck- Misses\ Jeanette and Ida Mae Blue Hun Linen : 1

could do no effective work since ; but he that belleveth not Sunday, JJecembcr 8th, log/ and no homo up(will have a Johns of Starko, were guests ..ofMIHHOH Northbound.-8:59: a. in., 1:53 ';

Canal Point Lacy Rule, alleged there Is no water protection that In condemned already, because he as follows: Christmas true Chr'atmna: will bo Paulino and Lorene Green p. m., 4:30: p. m., 8:28: p. in., 5:10 \

bootlegger was held in the far out. However, they did render hath not believed: In the name of 10 a. m., Sunday school J. M. cold and bare for millions of kid- Sunday. 11.. m. .
service In the Truby Supt. M' Mildred Norman the Southbound-9:37: a. m., 11:37
Bounty Jail here today charged fine preventing tho only begotten Son of God. lien; but I like to bring brightness ss wall .
with having chewed oft the ear of spread of the flames to the grandstand In Kphes. 2: 8-9. Paul Bays, "By 11 a. m. Morning: worship ser- into the lives of more than, 800 of guettt of her cousins Misses Myr- a. in. 4:07: p. m. 6:37: : p. m. 11:50: i
and exhibit buildings mon by the pastor, theme "For tie and Mamie I Lou Norman Sun ((1 p. In.'a
Deputy Sheriff Jack Pope while: attempting grace are ye saved through faith Such an Age as This." my IlrownleH. They will delight ,

to escape arrest on a pro- not of works lest any man as much In Homo foolish little toy
6:30 Christian Endeavor
hibition violation charge ]Hula CHRISTMAS (1.\HJ-I: should boast." Mitts: Estelle:p. in., Kendrick: : leader fan some grown-ups at home will TIIK NERVE I1LOOD AND SKIN SPECIALISTS

was alleged to have attacked the Grace faith and works shouldall In a motor cur. When they re- rv
"ifllcer and In the ensuing scuffle be considered along with obedience Topic, "What Is Back of our elve the Kitts their sparkle W. rnrni>. "
Tho Telegraph has two complete Christmas Giving? eyes .. rhroiili. illm-nnr for wlil<'" they lint* horn nnnhlc' t.. IInil n rurv.Wt .
B large part of the ear of the dop- ( to God's laws. I and they ray< a sweet "Zlu-zla I > Imtr ilrvolril. mniir )rnr IN the Iri-iiIiiirnt. and. <>liri> at :'Wrvoup.fbrnnli .
i I"?" was taken off Ruls was finally !- assortment of Christmas cards, no In today's lesson Jesus speaks 7:30: p. m. Evening worship ser Noong"---Thank, thank you. It and. Hiirrlnl lllnniKco, and ...r..r to the nick. and ..:rll'l.-.. nrrvlcrnm .
two alike, with double envelopes mon and song. ..|> vlnll." In Ihlx Iliif of II ll..ril..<>... yiMlxiillnllon, .viimlinl' I IIMI and l adler -
arrested when two other men for )f his second< coming. "When the I Prayer meeting! Wednesday eve pay in joy of giving and who .! will .-o..l you .....hl..... The .calm.rl envy ..! sue lmc-.rlil and iicrrri'lrHni
15 to the selling
want. to the officer's assistance. to match set Son of man shall come in his glory : known how many little hearts will I .. $2.00 and $2.25 complete with ning at 7:30.: and the rn and all the holy angels: with him, lie opened to God'a, big gift through .
The Woman's Auxiliary will to henIIh and hni>nln.-.. .h nn hl ItivK. itmllilrnir.W
Lakeland J. D. Harper who name Imprinted theron. They can And before him shall be gathered these mile gifts. (Enclosed for > ,li> not rent Inrurnlilp cll.rn..r... \\'<. furnlxh nil t>i.--.ll-lnoVo.
without the meet Tuesday evening December .. inll II........ '
also be purchased Kni-r**.tultr bent Ulii-ninnll. nlnrrh In nil fi>rni HHnllfn.
amo to Lakeland last spring from considerable all nations: and he shall aep- 12, at 8 o'clock with Mrs. C. N. Xmas card-Goddess of rnel'ey.) I'rllnxrn. I fin ,\ ."l." Mnlnrln.' "....11...,.)., .ll. ..i-i.... of "i>.....n. >rrv..u>. >|>.*..|lal .
Kaiuns City, Mo., is developing a I name printed at a irate them one from another, as a May you all have a Merry Chrlal- and pontrnctnl. ill.rn..r.. Illooil and skin IUi-ii.r... lHrnrm>> nt Ihr Mtomnrh.l.ltrr .
reduction !in price. Mra. It. A. dlvldeth: Christy. The Missionary programwill and IId....,.. Illnililrr. and lntr.tln<*", Itlnrumrn nt Mpn.rrviiiin and
qubstantalbusiness which can be -ihepherd his cheep from mal and a Happy New Year. -. .1... and lila-l
'n..I.
be under the direct.on irs. "l>,'nl niri-i-lloiix, 1'lle. cured Inn knlfr) Klvlnln. mr
: for
,Conducted profitably In Florida. Weeks Is handling this 1 lane the goats; And he shall set the I Your in Chr'st'a: glad service rnmrm e f I.lie rye SIN! anA 'I.10........ '.'.. Iliwuo unnhl ti. fill al our ulllf.nr .
the Telegraph and a phone call to N. n. Hull. Mill Klnillr nriul 0..11..lou blnnk or ,........... Kunilnr. hose. 11.10: n.in. .
Mr Harper Is located about two sheep on hilL right hand but the I ( Her.) H. G. C. Hnllock.
29 or 40 will bring the assortment I A cordial Invitation to all our in :iit: 1' p. e,.
m lea north of Dover. During this aroots on the left. -. -- -
for your Inspection. Place your orders I services extended to all. I H.\noS I'UIILIC HEALTH EXTENSION: INC
season he haa raised 600 mammoth Tho words: "all nations" probably : ,

bronze turkeys for the Thanksgiving now for delivery when want- mean 'all Individuals of every i' )\AN11- ('1.(>TII.\-! 4:11: I West Heaver Street

and Christmas .markets. These ed. nation" because each person will ('III1.lHaS'S: IIOT .'.\ \ There will be Sunday school and Jacksonville Florida

turkeys are as fine appearing as have to answer for his or her Individual --""--- church services at Saxton Sunday

any raised in the turkey centersof ......................... acts. There will be another We will take your gifts: of sy afternoon at 3 o'clock. Rev. It.
the north and west. Judgment In which the acceptance E. Starr will have charge.
rep meats, vegetables and cloth- ,
: SAMPSON CITY of and obedience to .
log or money to Mr. Fagg of Jack '
Macclenny Dan Douglass in Cleo Thomas Christ will be the deciding: factor.In sonville for his 950 needy chil- ('on. rMil: WI.VNKIC;
Mark 16:16-16 Jesus said "Go IMIODITEM/ OVKII; 113IffHIIKLH
charge: of In NOTICETax
dipping operations ...... .................. into all the world and preachthe dren, on Tuesday morning. Dec. : ONE: ACItK:
the Inductions ye
county, states that be has 17th. Bring your gifts: to the
from headquarters to Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Jones of gospel to every creature. lie store of S. U. Johns Co., on Satur-
begin Wildwood spent a few days this that belleveth and U butplzed shall Gainesville, Fla. Vernon Simmons
releasing vats in the county day the 15th and Monday the 16th,
beginning today 29th. They will week with relatives. be saved; but he that belleveth not or on any day before Monday of the Springhead community Certificate Sale

be released in the following order: Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Wynn and shall be damned." And he said night. Through the kindness of in the eastern part of Hills-

Powers Ely Crewa children of New River were vIsitIng Jno. 3:36.: "He that belleveth on transport borough county, proved himselfthe
Deep Creek tho S. R. Johns Co., we can
and champion corn grower of Florida UeJdnnlnJ 10 o'clock a. m. January 2nd, 1930
Barber 1 and 2, Rowe Grlffls, Mrs. Delia Thomas' and children the Son hath everlasting life, all your gifts free. The con

Manning and Sapp. However, Sunday. he that belleveth not the Son gregation at our Thanksgiving club hoya thla year by pro all outstanding State Tax: Certificates in Bradford -

there will be a checking up next Quiet a few enjoyed a party glv-' shall not see life." And In John service was not large but those ducing 112 1-2 bushels on one county with subsequent: and omitted taxes ;
home of Miss Novella 14:6 "Jesus salth unto Mm I am acre. Ills record entitled him to
spring to see if Indications of rat the contributed $22.00 for 'he
any present free to the and Girls' thereon will be offered for sale to the highest 1
ticks are found In the county. conga last Thursday night near the way the truth and the life: no home. Will those who could not a trip Boys' ,

\mpton. man cometh unto the Father, but bo at that service now give goods Club Congress and the International bidder according to law at the Clerk's office in

Gainesville n. Bennett a Mrs. S. E. Jones Is spending a by me." from: the stores or money. Live Stock Show and be has the court house in Starke, Florida. A good invest
been In Chicago tbla week The .
with rela- Our lesson continued! "Come ye
tradesman behind bars few weeks In Hollywood G. P. Raymond.
here today, was charge prison of murder- tives.A Messed of my Father, Inherit the trip was given by the Synthetic I ment yielding$ large returns. A chance to piclf upa 4
on a
'Ing his wife. Police came to the party of four were successful 'clngdom for I was a hungered CHRISTMAS: I.V ('III. .\ Nitrogen Products Corporation. I piece of land cheap. 'Investigate. Hay and help

Bennett home after neighbors I; In killing three deer In Dixie county IUd ye gave me meat, thirsty and I ---- Although the corn la being used j your state and county; tax: liens are ahead of all
Other his father' farm Vernon fig
Letter From Missionary on on ,
Lnc'anThomas drink a stranger ,
J'nt In call. found Mra 1 among whom were ve gave me ; '
Bennett a They and Herbert Thomas and naked sick In prison," Side of the "'orld.C. ured that he made a profit of $88.- I others. r. '
39! dead from ahotgunwounds. I 28: on hilt acre this year. He valued until all sold. '
' Herman Stafford and his two others from Jacksonville. ind you ministered unto me. They Sale continues from day to day \:
I P. O. Box No. 1234 Shanghai. the corn at $1 a bushel making ,
When thee a hungered -
wife A nits box supper was given atj asked saw we ..
Mrs. Bennett'a daughter lay I
Upon the school house last Wednesday i or thirsty a stranger, etc., China Oct. 2*. 1929. his total Income $1 12.50. He allowed ,I
the probably fatally G. W. AldermanCLERK
Bounded. floor maintained night. The amount of money was :and ministeredirnto thee Then Dear Editor: $S.00 for rent on the acre. .
Bennett In Jail
I before long $2.GO for preparation, $0.42 for I
Christmas Is coming
$44.34.: and will be used for a1 Jesus made this most Important
a sullen silence and refusedto $0.95 for cultivation, $4 CIRCUIT COURT
itatement "Inasmuch as ye have, when people feel as much like children planting
Christmas tree. j
discuss the crime. of they ever do, and think as for harvesting, 10.85 for seed and I
Mr. E. D. Jones was visiting In' done It unto one of the least as J ,
much about them ao let me tell $10.70 for fertilizer giving him
these brethren have done It "I
Tallahassee Hope of J. W. Hampton Sunday. { my ye



rAE,: FOUR imAI ) ) COUNTY 'U'ttHt.\I'II.;( MT1KKIO.' : l<.M>ItlIt.l FRIDAY' ECKMmcn 0, ina!.

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u :: _.;.. ;'.1 grave seven months ago I Idred; and twenty persons; were I I P. A. Crosby. bright and happy future here. Mr II. P. and L R Gain. \ :1Kl

To this union were born eight : served, a Thanksgiving supper free. Mi, A.. L Green was attending Mr. and Mrs. 1. W. Plnholster Miss Lois Galney were attciuim}, i r",,

HAMPTON children only six of whom survive 'From 7:30: to 8:00: the crowd gathered to business in Starke.last Monday. were transuding business in business In Jacksonville IUM' j.'I''_

1 M Is.. Auw V"nu". 1nr, I which of Lacrosse filled urday.
ci@1 her. In tho Christian church novo \Moody otarko last Saturday.Mrs.
l '
( ............ 9....... Slid united with the Lutheran i had been beautifully decorated Ills regular appointment at Hock, Amy 0, Falrcloth of Tampa M.. Roswoll Ward 81H'l1t pl>,,?

Rev. Montgomery of the Metho- church during her childhood days | with palmetto, Spanish moss, mag- near here last Sunday. ',ipent Thursday here as guest of week-end here as gizmo: ,'d',i ,I",

and was always us loyal and faith- :'nolia, autumn leaves and flowers, Mrs. Maggie Sutton of Gainesville her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. H. mother, Mrs. T. p, Ward
list church, conducted chapel In
):\( nSIlJoU"ISITOItS: AT ful to her church obligations as and then sang old time melodies. spent Sunday here as guestof Greene.Mr. Mr. A. B. Stirrenoy
and
the public school here last Monday. sun \1.,1. i
WOl\I.\X's ("It'n health would permit her. She mov- I This was followed by a well-rend- Mrs. Mott. Russell Greene was attend-
Rev. Norrls of Lacrosse, pastorof I lie were transacting; bun n, ss ,,
ed from Columbia county to ;o ered program of recitations' and Mr. and Mrs. Johns Mott were ing to business In Starke last Tues- Starke last Monday. :
the First Baptist church hero,
Hampton about 21 years ago and :songs, a play entitled "The Mean- visiting near Heilbronn Springs
The legislative committe with will fill his regular appointmentnext I day.Mrs. Messrs. Garnet and Cyril, .
spent the rema'ning days of her ling of Thanksglv ng," given by last Friday. 11. 13. Thomas and son, liui
H. H. Young as chairman has: Sunday morn ng and evening.W. of Dukes were visiting her .
:Mrs.
) I.i ,
life here, and was the friend of all tour' young men and nine young Mr. and Mrs. WHey Thomas and 1 Floyd were visiting here from
l secured Mrs. John Lconardy, state p, Dirt and son, Marvin of Sunday.
who knew1er.\ .ladles. The bright autumn cos- children of Lacrosse spent Sunday I Jacksonville\ last Tuesday.
of the Daughters of the Alachua county, were visitors here
regent She was a true loving wife, a jlumnes made this a very beautiful here with their daughter, Mrs. Hat Mr. and Mrs. Fred Greene of Miss Lorene Greene and :MHI; ;"
Revolution and presi- I 1 1I
last Sunday.
American kind fractionate' mother, and a I/part of the entertainment. I zen, Jacksonville spent Thursday hereas Surrency were visiting In New lh\ -

dent of the Florida League of The Suwannee Special made its useful\ and sympathetic neighbor. "Nigger Dialogue" given by Ar- He"Norris of Lacrosse passed guests of his parents, Mr. and or last Sunday

Voters, to speak at the regular of Initial trip of the season this week. She will ever be missed In our com- I thur Morer and Kenneth Powell through here last Monday. Mrs R. H. Greene. 1 Mr. A. B. Crosby of Jacksoiu n..

meeting Wednesday of theVoman's afternoon Club, Dec. The train comes In on the Georgia munity. Wo 'an think of her In a kwon/ hearty applause and laughter, Misses Blanche Burgdorff, Louise Prof and Mrs. Laird and daughter -i spent Monday here as guest/; "this

I Starke Her, subject will be, "A Southern and Florida, exchangesits home where the gates are of pearl land the author, Kenneth Powell, is Tippins Inez Newmans and Jean, spent the last part of' wife, Mrs. A. B.' Crosby.

1 r 11 crew here and is transferred lu and the streets of gold, where certainly to be congratulated for Lois Gainey were visiting In La- last week in Pensacola where they Mr. O. J. Mott was visiting in
; the Florida Leglslaturo' -
of
a I Olmpse: and since Mrs. Leonardy- the Seaboard Ar! Line, enroute for heartaches, trials and temptation his cleverness In depicting negro crosse last Friday night. attondo'f: teachers*"moetliiB' and Jacksonville: last Sunday.Mr. .

t tended the last legislature is an St. Petersburg. enters not. I characters. I Mr. and itirs.; Warner Mott and visited friends and relatives. and Mrs. Laird and hinll;:

Miss Maggie Burnette and Mrs. The funeral services were con- "There's a Rose that Is Blooming children of Hague spent Sunday ter Jean were attending to 1mm.
of Leon-
able of the firm :Mlso Stella Mae \Vard of Jacksonville -
lawyer Orlando she P. B. Hunt, were the guests of Miss ducted In the home by Rev. Clarkeof for You" with guitar: accompaniment here with Ills mother, Mrs. Sally I,ness In Gainesville last Momlir
and Leonardy of : spent last week-end here
ardy
Edna Pearce of Starke last Mon- Reddick, assisted by the pastorof was rendered beautifully Mott.
is In a position to competently deal as guest of her mother, Mrs. T. P. Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Gnlncami' ,
with her subject. day.Mr. the Metbod'st church here, Rev. by Mr. Jack Weber, secretary of Mi and Mrs. Fred Hazen of Ward. Misses!' Beulah Lewis, Pearl G.u-; !,<"

B. Haynes and family who Montgomery of Waldo. Gospel Volunteers of the World, Gainesville: spent Sunday here as Lee Ward ,
""F Mrs. O. O. Williams, vicepresident Mrs. Willie Mao Smith and children and Rosa passed I lu i r'
I have been the guests of Mr. She was laid to rest In Santa and his kindness in responding to : guest of his mother, Mrs. D. W.
last Sunday.
't { of section four of the State of Sampson City, were visit-
Haynes' parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. Fe cemetery by the side of her husband encore with "Love's Old Sweet' Hazen.
t Federation of Woman's Clubs will Ing here last Thursday.Mr. Among those attending <'il1Jro, hat
Haynes, left last Sunday for their with whom she hd'ed: )\ Song" was greatly appreciated by I A large crowd of young folks
r1 make her official visit at this meetIng L. R. Gainey and daughter, ; New Hope from here lam Sunday
home In Winter .aven. fifty years. the audience. enjoyed a party given at the homeof
Lois, were visiting In Lacrosse last were: Mr. and Mrs. J. .1 J :51rgan ,
She leaves to mourn her loss, The program closed with heart-- Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Kelley las I
Rev. N. T. !left last Satur-
i that the club King the rsday. and son, Clarence and Mr n
ii It (fs hoped members
where he will besides a 'arge circle of friends, to-heart talk on "Love" by Dr. Friday night Everyone reported
for Trenton,
I will avail themselves day Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Andrews ot P. Galney.
friends
and and relatives: Four daughters, Geo. L. Tibbetts, founder of the having had an enjoyable time.
l of hear visit friends and relatives duringthe Jacksonville\ spent last Thursday Mr. and Mrs. I.V. :.iiihol t, ,
"
of the opportunity
, winter months. Mrs. C. B. Bryan, of Fort Myers, Gospel Volunteers of the World, Among those attending church
hero with friends and relatives. in Jacksonville
ing these charming and personable and' of Miami MrS. O. G. Pearce of Lake Placid, who is now establishing his Campof from here at Rock last Sundaywere I were visiting 11-<
'r M. Z. Sullivan family Mrs. O. G. Strayhorn of Wildwood .
, women. Mrs. M. J_, Watterson, and Miss the Palms on Lake of Boys in : Mr. J. J. Morgan and son, Sunday.A
6 .... who have been the guests of and Mrs. Marvin: Hazen of small crowd of young: n" n'..1.I
Clarence and Mrs. I1.
Ruby Bedenbaugli of Hampton our community. Gainey.
' Mr. Sullivan's mother Mrs. Jose- :
,
Hawthorn, spent part cf last week entertained
, )f: (t Mil. ASH MI5S. C. A. KNIGHT Two sons, L. L. and J. W. Beden- from th's Mr. and Mrs Luther Sowell of ; were delightfully 'in'
their Judging Thanksgiving
Sullivan returned to -
phine here with friends and relatives the home of Mrs. T. P. Ward IUM'
; '", q ENTERTAIN: bauph/ of Hampton. High Springs, spent Sunday hereas '
home last Sunday.Mr. Day celebration, good will and 1If!'. Hippy of Gainesville was Friday: night in honor of h1, i
'I' i --.-- The bereaved ones have the sym- guest of her mother, Mrs. Sally
Carverly, who has been vIs- hearty co-operation in all things visiting here last Tuesday. daughter Miss Stella Mae Ward
Mr, and Mrs. C. A. Knight were pathy of the entire community. Mott. :
and other must be Theressa's motto. Mrs. J. J. Morgan and son Clar- The
i: : host and hostess to friends and iting In Sharps, Orlando, Card of TlinnkN Mrs A F. Haulerson and Mrs.B. 1 twenty-first birthday. crowd
,;' t members of their night bridge club points In South Florida, has returned ... 11. Conerly who have been I ence were visiting friends and relatives i departed at the hour of elavc-n nui'
We th&nk those whohelped
to his home here. kindly : .... .. .... in Lake Butler last Thursday.Mr. all reported of having had an i,
1 Saturday evening at their home on the sickness and N. b c: .9. .. spending some time here visiting
I Call street Mrs. Idella Priest left last Mon- during : friends and relatives returned to and Mrs. E. B. Crosbyandchildren I joyablo time. Among: those 111'1'-<

'f'' effectively day for Starke where she wbe:)\ death of our loved one. We thank HROOKER their home In Okeechobee last of Jacksonville spent the ent were: Misses Beulah I., v' 1;I'
Pink radiance roses were
i/ "1 arranged about the large living the guest of Mrs. C. H. Priest and those who stood by the sick and Miss Penile Gainey Tuesday.Mr. week-end) here with friends and Iris Brown, Mildred Cone. I' i,,.I i
I did all that In human
\ t Mrs. Sullivan. was powerto relatives. and Lois Gainey, Josephine ('lu."
I: ,' room where four tables were Little Frances Jeannette Taylor, prolong life and lessen pain. We i4NN04..NNN.N.40.. U.here A. Weeks, of Starke was M'ss Martha Groover spent the sec, Lubedia, Pluholster, I Kim j '
visiting last week.
placed for play. thank V. Miller the :
Dr. M. and
week-end here with her .
daughter of Rev. and Mrs F. M. mother and Stella Mae Ward. M. i--
When scores were totaled, prizes: other In for Mr II. P. Gainey and children, Mrs. Bell Thomas was attendingto
Taylor, who has been dangerously physician attendance: Mrs J. II. Kelley. Malcolm Harrell, Lourla and I o)
were presented Mr. J. C. Robinson ,land Mrs. A. F. Itaulerson were visiting business in Starke last Monday.
their- patience and kindness, and M,'. and Mrs. L. Futch of
II. ,
111 with pneumonia lor several J. Mott Resale Colson, Lut'mHarrell )
and Mrs. H. C. Wall, who held the In Lake Butler last Thursday Mrs. John Mott and Mrs. J. J.
for service
high scores for the evening. days, has many friends here who rendering as long as Morgan were visiting in Starke Hampton spent Thursday here as Clyde Cone, Aubrey :'In

Delightful refreshments were are delighted to know, that her It was possible for them to do so. Mrs. A. Jl. Crosby and baby Wednesday.. guest of her parents, Sir. and Mrs. zen, Grady Baxter, Arval and Howell .
We thankful for the
are many I' A.
enjoyed by the guests, who were as condition Is Improving. beautiful floral that Glen, spent last week in Jacksonville Mi', and Mrs. Pervls Mott and Crosby. Ward
,
offerings Mv. Orval Ward the week-
Miss Hilda Durden, who has with friends! and relatives. children of Palatka spent -- -.
Thursday
follows: Mr. and Mrs. R F. Demo- spent -
were brought as the last token of I end here as guest of his mother, Bunnell Additional sit! flights i
been the of her friend Mrs.J. "
guest ,
rest, Mr. and Mrs. J, C. Robinson, love and and Mr. and Mrs. Lyon Crosby and here as guest of his parents, '
t Mr. and Mrs. 13.: M. Johns, Judge L. Cooke of Brunswick: Ga., returned respect placed by baby spent last Wednesday herewith I M.. and Mrs. John Mott.ML' Mrs. 1'. P. Ward to be Installed. _.
loving hands the wherewe
on grave M.'. E M. Hazen, II. P. GaIney -
and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, Mr. and to her home here last Sun- I friends! and relatives. : Horace Newsom of Mulberry -
laid dear mother to rest. ,
our :and Ralph Hazen were transacting \t'Ua-EusUs Theatre foim
Mrs. II. C. Wall. Mr. and Mrs. O. day and reports a pleasant trip. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh ButlersCrosby I I spent Thursday here as guestof I
Mrs. C. B. Bryant, Mrs. O. G. business lu Gainesville last Fri ally opens with talking and ""lld!
Mru.! 1)V.. Moore of TheresBa, ( ; and Mr. and Mrs. p A. and 1
Li, Deaslcy and Dr. and Mrs. B. S. Pearce, Mrs M. L. Watterson Miss Mr. Mrs J. n. Mott.Mr. I
Carrol. was the guest of her mother, Mrs. Ruby Bedenbaugh, L. L. Beden-I' Crosby: and Miss Bernloe Crosby [ and Mrs H. B. Crosby spent day. equipment.

David Jones last Sunday. spent Sunday of Mr and in ,
-*-, J. W. 011 guests Wednesday last Jacksonville\
baugh, Bedenbaugh.TIIERESSA
Mr. James Pursley who has Mrs. Lonn'e Futch of Hampton. visiting friends and relatives:
1\1 US. uiuus HOSTESS; u. D. c. I : ELECTRIC TRAIN FREEOne
been visiting friends In South I I Mrs. Olgla Prevatt of Valdosta Mrs. J, R. Molt and children

chapter I Florida, returned to his home here ............. .$. ...I... Ca.. spent Sunday here as guest of wero visiting friends in New River
The local Daugh- this week n l I j jh -r mother, Mrs. Sally Mott. taRt Thursday afternoon. clmr e with ciu-h dollars nor-h of work. Draw Ins/ I>.,,'. tilth

tora of the Confederacy gathered I Miss Geraldine Johns of Starke, : I I Mr. and Mrs. B T. Crosby of We are glad to welcome Mr. and

Wednesday" afternoon at the homeof spent the week-end with her, father 4 Miss Ithoda Zetgler, 'or. Wauchula spent Sunday night here Mrs Fred Damn as citizens of this Steam Pressing Company
L>r. and Mrs. E. L. Biggs, on I -
L (1. Johns. iaoa.0 4..n4soiTbhuksglving visiting his parents Mr. and Mrs community, and wish them ai"
N. Walnut St., the guests being K. J. King attended church at I : A

t seated in the charming sun parlor Trenton last Sunday morning. At Thl'rI'litThill :
which wan brightened with choice Mr. : : :,VV- --.T- .: ; :2.-J<;.? : ,...,,,,mn- .--I
roses in vases and baskets. and Mrs. C. A. Dirt were year Theressa people cele-I 11rti:,:;, '!' a ?minrm "_" nft =m wmrm.mmmraun umcuu>m ,Ii f

shopp'ng In Starke this week. brated Thanksgiving day in an un- I
The preBlutnc of the chapter, Mr. and Mrs. II. D. May and 1
Mrs. A, M. Darby, being auseut Mrs. L. J. Wynn were shopping in usual way, which proved a very en- ;
joyable time to all who participated -
Mrs, H. A. Weeks, first vice president Jacksonville this week. !
The Theressa Christian Union t
t presided and was assisted in Mrs Josephine Sullivan attended basketball teams played two 'j'uilliiiiliimii' minim, ,,IUWIIIKI, ''IIIItIINW i, ,UIIIIINIIUIIIIIdL, ,, ,, ,"Il7lid i MI", ,'i li6ml ,,,luuu',,7,",i,,I"i,in,-u ,in-,,, inn nun, -nm"' u.i,iimiiii,HIM"i in'"iiiiiini' .,iiimiiiiiniminii I illinium,'";iiiiiiuiuii/ ,,",iiiiiiiiiuuiiliiiii urn iiiiiiiiiiiniiiMJiniuuuiiiiiiiiinillililiiiA '
;
games
her duties the Mrs.
by secretary, I the sugar boiling at Iheressa
both
the afternoon and
lit
girls
L. 11. Hul, and the treasurer, Mrs. this week

: G. C. White. After hearing reports l)calli of Mrs. I.nvonlu Florence and boys were pleased to appear



1' ments, tile from and and business looking the-a social various session after period new was depart-business adjourned enjo --- o'clock.Last Monday Mrs.n..h.llbanAh Lavonla morning Bedenbaugli at two of for ressa their the colors.of first new green time monograms They and In white are their also,composedof new the proud The-uniforms -I Prescription for Your I II III


surrendered to the will of God, as
T. C. U.
green letters on a I
ed.
> He seemed "to say come unto Me, I II
K white shield which was designed I ,
Mrs. J. W. Andrews, Jr., accompanied "
It
by Mrs. A. :Z.: Adkins, all ye thai are weak and heavy for them by S. I'(. Dodd managerof / ,(

Homing and One ladened, and I will give you rest," the boys' teams and made by I f"i
sang Fleeting She was born in Mason, Colum- I !

Hour served, alter a tempting which chicken the hostess salad b'a county, Florida. Nov. 9th, Mrs.girl's S.team.M: Dodd, manager of the BUS'ljVESC': E '

1802. In 1879 she was united In ,
I
course w.ta hot tea; assisting inserving At 6 o'clock a table BO feet i I'i'
marriage to Levi Mania Beden
long was loaded w'th all kinds of
were Mrs. Andrews, ALs.Beaaley ijl
baugh, who preceded her to the :II
and Mrs. Toiode. most delicious food and one him- l r

Cutler members enjoying Mrs. IE' I1

Bigg'a. hospitality were: Miss r. -- = t ;, f

Amena Kay, :Mesdames' W. L. H

Wall L. A. Davis. L. H. Iii K. III III'I II III I If \ Y ill

A. Weeks, George O. WnUe, J. '

W. Anurews, Jr., Effie Minor, W. I I'I t) i

E Toroue, Caro Chandler; J. M. I fa y J \ .j.ji

Browniee, W. G. Halie, J. H. 1 r
I i I
hitch, K. K.: Perryman, J. E. WIlson i 1 I j < I M'
"' "
A. Z. Adklus.ins. Dear IJ :
1 '
: W K. 'Ierode and Mrs i .' [

Kff.o Miner invited the chapter to :' I hl a = II I I II :. Give it the tonic of vADVERTISING M'

meet wiUi them the first Wednesday .
Santa
in January, and the Invitation : :

I was giaaiy accepted. I. !
aI
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,
CIKCIA,; MUKIIMUS: OK W. M. s. I '
Claus = '
AT 'JIIU MUT1IOUIST: :: CHURCH : ji

I !, CONSISTENTLY I
1 '1 i
The circles of the Woman's Mis- I u '

sionury Society ot the Methodist V : a !

church met Monday atteinoon, j This Treatment is not TOO j
circle number one being entertained I II :r I:

by Misses Kate and l< / S a '
I II
rika Btruth.! Mrs. H. A. 'rCd-1 I TONIC Jor even the most
circle leader, conducted the I I Please give me lots rf useful things, such as sox, l li


tonal gave u bervice synopsis. and of Mrs.chapters A. Wood one 1 I ties, shoes and a cap. I am going to get /Mott\ er some i V delicate subjects I !l1 l1I !

and two of toads to the City of ,
Father and and f
nice stockings, Brothers some nice ties ,
God, which is now being studiedby I i

the society. At the close of themeoL.ng : shirts. I want Sister to go to the Starke Bargain Store I
tne hostesses served hot '
: I'r.. : : :: If,

tea and sandwiches. i With me where- DIe can make such a nice selection of I ;' I IfL'i;
Circle number two with W. B. I .

Parks as leader, was entertainedby 1 useful things at the usual Low Prices. I I II i I _:.: :JlII! __..._:,_,.:.ft' ._:::. _:w\lr.:\ 4 '>> {(I II !

:Mrs L. U. Green. Miss Amelia I ;i iI
_. i lift
Hay led in the devotional : : .-- .n 'U I J I ti tiI

service and Mrs. J. T. Guy led in ;
,
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t the lesson study front the book I We [ Christmas //1 1 "IAIIIIA@@IWIWNW@NII, KaIIIIU"UUKUWUUII"IW'III1lIllIUU"'l/llttlUU1' '/ < @' / /",HIU/@""'"NIIINtlIIINtIAINWIWIWIIIIIN@W@41NIIIWNIIUNIIII@IeIINNlllll// / / ':IIIII@@NAIWNWWAIIWIIIIIWIIIauuNII11111W1A/IWIMANW1IWq/ /' ; // 11@@IpIIWIM '
beginning our Il
Roads to the City of God. I I are i

During roe social half hour Mrs. I

A. L. Moore and Mrs. L. D. Green Sale, which will last until I

enterta.ned the guests with acharm.ng 1 1I I ijj ijji

duet, Khubert's Day : 12 o'clock Dec. 24th. We have I II i Bradford County Telegraph

.
# Mrs Moore also played a delightful I I

solo, Lallarpe Eollenne, by : useful presents for every member I j
Sydney Smith The hostess, as- '
Printers and Publishers
sisted by her little daughter, i
I of the family. I
Elise, and Mrs. N. T. Rltch served

sandwiches, fruit cake and hot I 29 Florida I/
I Telephone Starke
chocolate: with whipped cream. I .- t

Twenty..five members of the GET THE HABIT OF BUYJNGAT, I i .

society attended these meetings. ,. t tI .

THE BARGAIN STOREWe 'I A@NW@p@IIAIAAAXAN@M"AANI@IN@@NAAANAWIA@II@eAIINAINAI@ANAII NAA@AAlrl@IIINI@IMAANNWAIIIIAGAAAAAtt@IIAIIIA@@tt@IAAI@III @N@1@r@IAI@IEMI'AM@NMAA@AgAAaA'I@IIAANAAN7n@'AI@IWIANAAAA@' A@INpAA,3, I I ILt

Plant City Fleming's Mill

opens at 802 South Collins. street. j I I !

Miami Beach -- Baker's Service clothe the whole.family for less money

tfarage and Oiling station opensat cam....,... .
Fourth street and Lenox ave. ---- 4



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i u i'(11. u.i 1"1:11 I 1 i. rulnonow. wi rn attending to l hir'lliuKH matters I I'ei'Koniil bridge score pods make Sheriff and MrV.. .1. 1ippm'KulIl: It is therefore ordered that RalLi

r Do not wall Many beauti- in :bt.tiitu:; ., Tuesday.MHS : deal Christmas (Gifts I Four padsof !had as guests Sunday !Mr. and< defendant Green Cunnida be and

: ] ful styles at popular prices. Do ---. .--- 25 sheets each with name or !\ !'. G. Schell of Lake Butler I'I'In. appear to the bill of complaint in d

Bits oflocal not wait until It Is too late. Hoover KthiM: Griffin and Miss Minnie monogram printed at top for only Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Epperson and this cause, on or before the 6th day }?',

Bros._ Studio.Mr. (:Srubpr were guests of Mr nnd $1.00. Telegraph: Starku l Kla. :Mr. nnd MrsV.. J. Epperson Jr., Jan. A. D., 1930 otherwise the ''t'tof

-- Mrs. W.V.. Griffin In Jacksonville I of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. G. allegations of said bill will be tat- ;,

Nl Geo. C. White was recently:! Friday and Saturday. I I Mrs. O.V.. Alderman and A. Anderson of Law toy and Mr. en as confessed! by you. It Is t\>. .

Nev! : f& ippolnted} Head Bank Eumlner< for 'I'daughter, Mrs. Ot'o. C. White, left! and Mrs Pale Van Sickel of ther ordered that this notice b.>

: he( elate by Comptroller Ernest Mr. and Mrs. N. T. Mlrov\ and I Thursday for Tallahassee] and Gainesville published once a week for four

Amos. son Kennet, and Miss May M. J I :Murianna to spend the week-end -r consecutive weeks in the Bradford

Concerning Our People, Business/ and Patchett were in St. August:no I i I with relatives and friends. Mi and 'Mrs. I E. M. Johns! !Mr. County Telegraph, published It'
Cleaning,;, pressing, dyeing, alteration Thursday. .
of the and I and Mrs. C. A. Knight Mr. and Starke, Florida. ,
Progress County Town
!*. Lev.ton's Tailoring Mrs. W. S. Blakely returned to Mrs. H. C. Wall. Mr. and Mrs. N. This the 3rd day of December,,
Shop. 11-29 If. Mi Frank Mitchell ot the University [her home in Jacksonville Sunday Sternbei-R Carl Johns. C. N. A. D. 1029.

-. of Florida was a recent I after spending the week in Stnrke" O. I K. Lewis
.....=....000.. _.5Z52.552525Z552; ; ;;'1 ;;'1 ;;' ; ; ;;' ;u?<;;.;I 525Z ccc. C 1:11.1'III.n ...=,.....=,....=... ===ns.c : Christy Paul Knight, O. W. ALDERMAN, ;
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= == =CI Mr. Fred Guy of the Unlvers'tyof guest of Mr. and Mu a. J. M. \Mitch with.her parents, Mr. and.Mrs. W. Owen Grllllu/ Thomas Busrh, Ben Clerk of Circuit Court.

\\ ; ; KKl'OUT; AVKKK visitors hero from Drooker Tues- Florida spent Sunday here with ell I \V. Balsden.: Sternhei-R, Johnnie Hedgrnve.J R. M. JOHNS, .

KMUNH D10C.: 4TII, 1020! day. his parents, Rev and Mrs. J. T. lIgl"lIe MaUehewH and Misses j Hazel Solicitor for Complainant.Seal .

Guy Mi and Mrs. II. L. Brownlee ,' Mrs. L. H. Hill Mrs.V.. 15.Torodo MUlilU'ton\ Kntell Kendrlek, of Court. 12-6-5t-l-3

vv, 27 68 57 Inspect the new line of ties In and Misses Mary Brownlee Thel- Mrs. Caro Chandler and Ruth Siernbei-K and Mallello Fore 1 : .

N\, 28 78 47-, Christmas boxes at the Qaullty Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Sistrunk and ma and \Melba Silcox were In Jacksonville Mrs. Effie Miner, all of Lawtey, were among t those attend'ng the

Su v. 29 70 46 Store. son Joe, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Futch Sunday. I were here Wednesday afternon attending l Flovlda-W. & 1.. game In Jacksonville :\I'I'U'I'2! OK. .'1'1 U. 111"('II HUM)

Nv, 30 28 -- and son, Merrill and Mack, spent the meting of the W. T. last Thursday -
Not lop IH liwrofoy given' that SIndays
I Ic< 1 73 27 .- J. II. Lawrence of Keystone last Thursday In Jacksonville Mrs. H. L. Brownlee and daughter Weeks Chapter, U. D. C. nftor dote hereof on tn-wli

1K.,'. 2 79 37 ,74 Heights was in Starke business -. Mary recently visited Mrs \V. I Iho nth day of February A. I'. 19.10
on Those Hint attended the Woodmen .
< T. tho undersigned' executor of I IIi.wlll
,pee- :3 48 35 Tuesday. Personal bridge score pad! make 1:. Brown and daughter, Joyce at Miss GervaIse Ilobuy of Au- Circle at Conner, from StArke of the:: Into lli>nrv Ijiriro Hti.n,
Dee" 2 S 'deal Christmas Gifts. Four pads the State Farm. burndale will spend the weekend HUH, tUuM'UHtuu will l present mvviMicherH
were: Mrs G. M. Iniiian and and llnnl I account nK each
Eagle Brand self rising flour of 25 sheets each with name or here with Miss Lucille Mitchell, a daughter Vondn! Mrs L. S. Hut- oxnciilfir to the Honorable Total rainfall ________ .74 In. monogram printed at top for only Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Brownlee hadas former class mate at Southern (linrdlntir (('..un'y Judge' of llraitfurd
twenty-four pounds for one dollar to and daughters Edna: and! Carrie eau 0I3', I l'lnvlriit' an(1 l ask for hi I*, upliroval
and five cents. Get it at Bryan's $1.00. Telegraph, Starke, Fla. /guests over the >\ek-end Judge College.Dr. Mrs. Nat Williams' and daughters : nnd my tllHfhnrKrc.. KH such, !)
If you want a home farm, lake- and Mrs. A, V. Long and daughter executor
in Lawtey. l Elizabeth and Gladys, Mrs. This the Oth day of l"ccinln.., ,
Mil.' ', see Inman. Mrs. Marie Shelton has arrived Annie Mr. S. T. Dell. Jr., and Miss\ \V. C. Young, Jr., returned! R. B. Johns Miss Johnnie I Drawdy, A. H l l120.!
here from New York and will \VIF.1.IAM II. STIOVKNSON! : ,
OIKe: Dell all of Gainesville.
Miss MnDelle\ Fore was the Tuesday from South Carolina Mrs. Mao Bryant, Mrs.! Pearle Kpxtuntor of eHtnto. ttt ll,","'"
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Davis were spend t the winter with her parents,
where he spent tho past week on a Muado ]MlnseH Klhel: and Amy large fcltevonHon.
of
guest relatives
Wildwood
Jacksonville Sunday afternoon. 1>1'. nldIrs.\ KJwln Soutliers. l-6-9t.,
over the week-end. Mills Virginia Weeks arrived motor trip with his! father, ))1'. W. Moore\ Mlns\ Ellena Prather, !Miss T J
here Wednesday after spending the C. Young of Chlefltuid. Katie \Mae Williams Mrs\ F. Jo'.1
Fresh lot of gun shells at KlckIItl'r'lI. II'1 you Niill'cr with corns or cnl- NO'I'ICM Ole AIM'I. (' 'TIU'I I TOM
past two weeks in Ft.; Lauderdale ------ r Flume? Those out of town from TAX U6:1': :"
Miss \Martha firownleo spent the IOU.CH )'1111 run remove them roots
and Illaleuh. Mrs. Alice R. Thomas of WilmIngton Penney I Farms were: Misses Edna:
I week-end In Alacluia visiting Miss\ and all In TWO MINUTES: without Nudes. IH. thnt
hcrcl.y given II A
Dela., who has been the Thomas\ \Mrs. 1,1I1"\le\ Summer- .
Mi10.J. II. Smith spent Monday Martha. Hague. blood or 1''''''. :Ma ken jour feet l N"\\"II1. hulilfr. i d Ttax ('urtlfloat l
I Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins guest of her daughter, Mrs. II. V. Hill and daughter, Clara. The NIL 2:11:\ ;. 4tli iluv of July A. t>. 1I27!'
Jacksonville.. glad for fiOc at rorpoiiliiK's DnijiStoiv.
\ hart tllotl said rtlflnattt In oltlra
!; nnd children spent Sunday !In Knight, for the past two weeks, school bus was' lined for this ucrnHlon and" inailo' niplliatlon for tax my deed" InIssue .
niZV< ? Voirnre not crazy for GalnftHvllle' with Mr. and :Mrs. J. left for Jacksonville Wednesdayfor and won. driven by II. A. thereon. In ac'corrlunoo with
Mrs. J. T. Moore of Lawtey was hating' : mm Laud l rnllouscH. buterary C. Adklns. a visit there. Prescott.t III w. Hulil. cortlflrnto. onibrnoon, ihfollowing -

a business visitor here Tuesday. to 'kern them when von onnrtmovo. Mi-, and Mrs.. I). P. Carpenterand +-- oil 1 In lraifi! ---- them in TWO :SUM'THSwltl'out : \Mr. and Mrs T. T. Long were / :
Dr. O. W. Brown of Lawtey was CoA.\ S. Crews, Col.\ D. I':. Mr. Tommy Williams! who Is attending NOTJC'K OF KLKCTIO.V: :( West half of I Ifl. tl. Illk
hlootl or pnln with' \:.'I.- recent /guests of !Irs.V.. T. Jack- school at Carlisle In 28 UvlMKNton, '1' ::ivR.i': I',,'IM. Add. !
in Starke Tuesday morning. ("'T. ROc nt Co'pening's Drug son In Baconton Ga. Knight and State's Attorney II. V. OI'I'lfllltH: I lull Id, Hlailo-. Went half of North
South Carol na, spent the Thanks- .
Knight were professional visitors east quarter, Hortlon 2S TownHhlp 6
St orl'. I giving holidays hero with his South. .' ha.uige, 22 KiiMt.Tho .
!S: <".'d rye, .rape end oats. J. F. to Luke Butler, 'lll(' day. par W. 0V.. Camp No. 1S8: will HMHOHHtni.nt or Hnl.1,1 l proportyniultir '
;L ckltter. -- Just a few days more and It will ents, Mr. and Mrs T. S. Wil hold Its tiniiual election of oUlcers tlin stud rtlflcato Issued. woe
I ATr. O. T. Npl'on of Lawtey, was be too late to have Christmas por- liams. on Friday night DPP. Clh, next.A In the cants of tTnkniiwn.ITnliKH .
---- Mr. John Powell. !Miss Etta: TI- ,
HIIlil" I'i'i'llfli'nt.' sin II Ir'deuuhl
tv vMtor to the trlats modCome r gilt and
Telegraph oflco! away
Mr. I*. M. Barefoot spent Sunday ; lion and Mrs. A. H. Krlpp uttrmled" full attendance of members .aci-onllnK. to 'law, tnx di'I
Tuesday afiernoon.Mr ) you will not be disappointed. Mrs. A. Z. Adhlns and daughter, Is! doslrod.\ will iHNim Ih." ...'" on the lithe dil.,'
Uurtow. the funeral of Mr. John Tlson at .
'in Hoover Bros. Studio. of '"" A. Ii 10:10.:\
Tarboro S. C., Thursday Hazel, spent Thursday and Krl- J. MORGAN.\ 1"iti'il' Ihitt Ultli day of Pccvmbor I
E. L. Browne anent ThnnksKlvln lust. day in Jacksonville vvicn Mr. nnd Clerk A. J). 1929.! .
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Mundy, Jr., O. ,v. AI.PKRMAN,
W.iro in Gainesville Sunday, 'r day visiting friends In Jack- Mi', and Mrs H. O. Bitch spent Mrs.V.. S. Blakely and little Mrs. John Love WHkest.! While (']I'rk of Clrc-ult Court, KrailfcirdSKAI.
sonville. last Thursday lu Gainesville: with there they attended time Flonda-; Went I'lIlnl I Beach-.North county ( I.) ('....nty. Klurlil.t, ,
Bon, Ellly of Jaclfonvllle, are vis-
fly lUiinfh' Alderman' II. f
--- Mrs. HI toll's Mr. and Mrs. W. & L. bridge lake at this ,
Sensible gifts tor the family and parents 1t'rag her parents, Mr and Mrs.V.. football game.Judge nrroHs place tIi-fl-nt-l-3
lnend, the Bryan at Lawtev will have a S. F. Demareo.Mr. completed' at cost of $12,000.:! ------ .- -
at
Quality SJore. W. Halsden this! week.
few special low prices! each week
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and Mrs. (teo. A. Gardiner
---- Best for
Mr. L. II. Hill of Lawtey wasa on Friday's and! Saturdays. Takeadvantage and Mrs Boyd llolloway \.N'K: lit comfort nt'trr removing Mr. and Mrs II. Annt'ii, Mr. NOTICE Purgative

business visitor: here Tuesday. of them. and father Mr. llolloway and : hour COI1I4 "n,1 I <'llll(>.IIM<>N III and Mi'H. I-. O. Jones spent Thanksgiving ---- ,I
friends are pending: several! weeksIn In In Circuit Court Bradford Coun-
llaallngg with
T"'OII""TI'S; : xvlllioiil Mood or / Judge uiiil!
cheap groceries. See Bryan at Mrs.! Kff'e M'nor and! daughter. Starke. Aida with i-Z-OlTT.: Never leaves Mrs. Ciardlner'a: daughters Mrs. ty, Florida. In Chancery: Maul .\
Beatrice of Lawtev. visitors
were
Lawtey.Mi : here ---- Iho foot sore. (111)Ut') /; at ('orln'nIn's W. S. Yclvliiglon and Mm. Z. J. Cannlda, Complain! vs. Croon (
Wednesday afternoon. Only a few more days until Cannlda
HI'\ljC: "Store.Dr Roberts Defendant Order of I II Ia
Christinas. Place order" tor S
Nathan Prevatt arrived now Publication.It 1110 :!
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here this week from Darlan, Ga. | Miss Reha Maxvllle of Hampton your Christmas greeting! cards. appearing by affidavit filed
waoI.. visitor hero and :Hire Edwin: Southers Miss\ Clovis Perrynmn> who Is
| Wednesday Ph( IH! 29 qr 40. In said cause, that the residence!
have their guest for few weeks
afternoon.Mr. a i a teaching in Blacksheur, Ca., spnntIhe I !
vim; ChriHrnjas card with (the their nephew George Sowers, of woek-cnd hero with Mr. nnd cf Green Cannlda It unknown to f ;1.5 ',I

|fI ,mal( touch. Two complete as and Mrs. Walter Whitten of M,'. and Mrs. K. F. Uemorest Lansing Mich. Mrs. L. A. Dixvls.- Silo rcttmii'd\ complainant; that there Is no per- I Relieves ;.1
and Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Robinson "on In the State of Florida knownto I I.II
'II I tmonts with name Imprlniod or Pa'ford' were visitors here Mon- --- Sunday nflertoou and was ncoom
for writing name of sender. day. wore In Jacksonville Thursday af Mrs Robert DRUid and Mrs. panted an far in Jacksonville by affiant, service of process upnn: the congestion, reduces complications 'I

Phono 29 or 40. ternoon. Josephine Edwards of Sarasota !Minnd Mrs Onv H, Mian Hazel whom would bind the said do : hastens recovery ;'J.J a
and \Mr. KusscI Daniel:) of the University Mlddleton \ I fondant In this suit for divorce
Half a dozen portraits make Mesdames! L. Wymon O, LBeaslcy ., and Alias llan-lci flitchIVltile I
M! J. T). Baxter was a. business six charming Christmas gifts Edward Burns, T.. J. Al- of 1"lol'ld1spent the weekend I r --

1'1 'tor' here from Brooker last Frl- Many new nnd l honiit'fnl stvlps! derman and J.... D. Vln'ng spent here with relatives.. '
du I: Come now or It will be too late. Tuesday In Jacksonville. -- 1 1 .J.m. 1 1.'m: 'V
Hoover Bros. Studio.( Road tho notice about the dona-

Mr. E J. L. Crosby of Jacksonville, Personal bridge score pads make tions to he taken to the Children's I

wee' a business! visitor! to Starke Mr. and Mrs. L. L Thlg-pen of I !deal Christmas Gifts. Four padsof Home In Jacksonville: All good Our SPECIALS from Dec. 6th to 13th
East Palatka were visitors here must be In the store of S. R. Johns
Monday. I 25 sheets each with name or

--_., Saturday. and Company 'by Monday night.DOcembe1' .. . .. ., ., .. .. ., .. .1,
monogram printed at top for only ------- ------ -- -- ---- -- ---------
WHY MillVr with corns anil cnl-! 100. Telegraph, Starke, Fla. 16th. Do your paitL. .
IHUNTH, when you mil take then out Delicious cakes mode to order. ; ''VIIT'VA' }' Net 'Weight

l hy the roots In TWO SIIM'TKS Will also cater social affairs. Mrs. C. A. Williams and children .. C. Klckllter of Stuart, spent .j'

without IiHxl or painllh( 1J-X- Hates reasonable Mrs. R. A. and Mrs. .T. O. Gruber of Alma several days of the past week In COFFEE One( Pound \ 29c
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Starke friends and rela
OUT? Weeks. Phone 40.( tf visiting i
t Never leaves the foot sore. Ca., are guests of Mr.\ : and ,
Mr. Klckllter in ,1
">(Ot' at Corpeninjj's! Drug Stole -- r Mrs. J. A. Saul this week. lives tax collector _.__._..__._.._.._.._._.._.._._.__.__..__..__-__..,.__...,__..__-..-_.-..-.---,-.-.-.-.--.- .,
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J. H. of Martin county.COFFINS ,
Mrs. J. M. Mitchell Mrs. I

Mrs. E. M. Johns, Mrs. T. J. Hitch, Jr. and Mrs Wade Kennedywere Mrs. Pearl Snyder and daughter, i

<;"-imn and Mrs. J. E. Corpening In Jacksonville Tuesday.Mr. Louise and :Mrs. II. A. Dew and I I"-----------
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spout Tuesday In Jacksonville.Gun children spent last Thursday In & CASKETSAnd BACON l !
and Mrs. W. W. Balsdev Keystone Heights. f ?.?,,
shells, seventy-five cents spent Sunday in St. Augustlnj n Full Una of

per box, at Bryan's In Lawtey. with relatives.Mr. Forget your gift worries by Undertakers Supplies Per Pound 151h r ,I+mol alIf I ? Packages 25i ,

looking over what the Qual ty
Senator Mrs. E. M. Johns and Mrs. Owen and AirroMoniM: ; uawm"h.II :: .. .. ', .. .. .. .
: and Dyal Store is offering Christmas lloppel'S. -- -------- If -- -- --- -- r
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.. yY'rrt
In the > on Ilnntl. Tin- bratrrtlve
spent Thursday and Friday children of Jacksonville spent kwi
at tttf Invtrat prltrK.ftpprlnl SUIl-1JJ aielSeedless
lacksonville.! weekend with her parents, Mr. .J '
nllrntlnn to tvlPKrnnliIMII *? PRUNES :
---- and Mrs. A. L., Alvarez. Mrs. Canova, Mrs. C. P. Flynn order.Iq.ilaTtathll .. .

('abbage and Onion plants. J. F. and son, George Jr., :Mrs P. B. : \I.MI-II Raisin: .

!K..-kilter. Miss Pearl Reddish of Jackson Massey and eon Tommy were in pons---35c

vllle spent the week-end with her Jacksonville Thursday. DEWITT C. JONES Per EATFlcischmanri's ,

Mr. and Mrs. T. S. McMorrlsof parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. J. Ked- ---------- ---------- HT.tllHi:. Kl.OltlllVMlllllirlillilimulltiujlililliili I Piig.jJft ..-.-..-.-.------.- ; I"'
Waldo spent Monday afternoon dish. Messrs. Jack Packard and Hilly Yeast ,

here. Bullwlnlde ef Keystone Heights Great Northern 1 1'VhiteBeaus .
,
*It Is not necessary to burden ., ;;:,,,;;;;;,..',,,,,,,',..,,.,,;.- 1 i for J/cnllh Containing
,. ,I. ,,, ,,, 'IIIV'I"' 11I11"n.i"i aWUwlmIM' '' u.u"u''"''-''''''' C FFEr
Mrs. I.. M. Johns and Mrs.\ C. yourself with expensive Christmas ill uw .11 ii "Lill'" ) '
VITAMIN
A Knight were visitors to Gaines- gifts outside of the family c rcle 'J.r,' .


ville Mr.Saturday and Mrs.afternoon.C. E. Crosby ofY"kon 29 Send or an 40. appropriate card. Phone I I I I Per pound 47 1 Cakes![ for -15:12 pounds 25c .i.iEXTRA

( visitors here WednesMr. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Larsen and
, were -.---..-._ ----- ..-.---
I";. son, Charles, Jr., of Lakeland .
spent Thanksgiving: In Starke i MJp SPECIAL Three Pound ,
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Charles Darby of Jackson- with Col. and Mrs. D. E. Knight. t wi.. 1 1b I ,1 .1//

' till I was visiting his brother A. : t r 1' iil.rII'l' CRISCO Can 69c ;
for
M Darby here Sunday Girl's Blue Ribbon bicycle I "

sale. Reasonable pr'ce. Apply at : I -
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Mrs. J. B. $app and daughter Mrs. Pearl Snyder's on Cherry I'

Dorothy) spent the week-end In Street. ((2t) : Compound Clear IJrook Ifmpire .

ilnesvllla" with Mrs.\ T. A. Steele I: j

Dr. W. A. Clarke, prominent LARD BUTTERPound49c CHOCOLATES :

Syrup cans all sizes. J. I\:. Kick- orthodontia specialist of Atlanta, I'- 1 i i i.j

liter. last visited week.Dr. O. L. Haynes here I .j rrYf I ii, I! 2 pounds 25c Pound Box '39cVANCAMP'S

Mrs P. M. Barefoot and Miss\ ,
"." In Mr. and Mrs P. L. Tlpp'ns and -.-- -- .. .. .. .
1 today -- -- ------ -- ---- - -
Abernathy spent -
.h':" ksonvllle.Mr. daughters Bonnie and Louise of ii'I : '
Ii "NITE BIRDS"
Green Cove Springs were In Starke ; Large Size

Russ were last Friday. 1// ; I
and Mrs. Vance
CATSUP .
I
r w r w w r w w .r r r -Botie,20c
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I'I'I"I j jI u ____ ___,_
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CENT A WORD% from I ,
Gather eggs; your 1 Van-Camp's I YorkCooking .

hensVegetables I! i FIGS

_ COLUMN from your I; Valuable papers, jewelry, and silver, are per- I MILK Apples4paunds25c ,i.

WOOD FOR SALE 1 cord to own Garden to "second story worker.." I 'j 1-2 oz. package JOe


200 Strout; 15 and in.Farm green.to Agency.ft.,Leave both Mr.lightwood orderat In-- Milk Wood from from your your own own cows.for- sonal Our invitations safety deposit every valuts provide, at very low I 3 Large Cans 28c 91.2 oz package 15c ,, ..i


man. 12-6-6t est cost absolute protection.Bradford --- --.-------..-..- .- .- .,
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FOR SALE Eight lots $50 King of your own man- I I II i

each, one or all; four on paved sion Bank :* 4

from street.high Large school lots building three blocks shade I County M-C STORR


tree, etc.. Apply at the Telegraph G.M.InmanStarke.Fla. \I; Bradford County's Financial Stronghold

office. ll ''VI/EIlE SATISFACTION IS A CERTAINTY

Fort- STARKE, FLA. ti t ;ti a

Leviton as new.BALE, will Stert sell cheap.Range See good M. I ....,.,....._,,4".m'- m ._ "..__.._......_.11YSStexaMNAla._.-_-,.-..-.....ea"A'llall/MP' t j'k" '. '_ . . :: .. ; .. .e' t:.._.._ ,: :.-:- ....: .... "-,.. ."' ."_ :. ; :.. .f' i


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O. I Specialists GiveSuggestions

Farmers and Farming I How to For -,',,



(By Agricultural Editor) I I I :.J RaisePoultry December Work }, !:


.J, By Dr. L. D. LeCear, V. S. Gainesville, Fla. Following Is '
Farmers and Truckers Are Invited to Contribute Articles St. Louis, Mo. a general summary of farm h nts J
Dr.jtOfmt If m itraJuatv of tha Ontario
of Farm Experiences and Methods Found I Veterinary. : Colicuo, IHVt, 7hlryafyeara : : '01' December prepared by speclal'sts -
of veterinary prat'fir*on .f laeaaeaof .
To Be Best Suited to Our Country IIvo fttoik and poultry. fcminenl: '! of the Florida Experiment Station -

______ _. -- ''I authority Nationally I .on known poultry: *poultry nj I atock: I breeder.ralalntf.; '. : Agricultural Extension Service
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I _____------- _. Noted author and lecturer..llllclo and College of Agriculture.HogMt .
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: All cows not bred fn No-
RoseS Are Not : : : XIA'III voniber should be bled now for

: iprlng \litters. See tha\ hogs have
Grown Here TII13 WHITE: PLAttl'KIN : warm places for beds, free of dust,

TIIK: pod/my v.iun Feed corn and tankage to meat

They hogs for two or three weeks beford :
Tho Control' of Avian TulK-milosN butchering. (

: ("T. n.") Among! Chickens It. aSerloim CicnriHl!: Summarize all recotds I
Everyone knows how !' : Problem That ItoH kept during the year and study Ii
factoiy the rose. la for l rm4t1c .\4'tloll for Its Solution the year's results. i
I'' but it is not
cutting, ) Poultry: Continue to keep lay
. grown in Klor'da: as it I do not wish to be considered InK flock In good condition. Study

, ii" No garden Is complete an alarmist yet I do not hesitate pC'Bs'blllty cf producing some win
Home bushes of this queen to say that the menace of tuberculosis ter broilers.

ers among poultry flocks in cer- Gro o n ml Owrlianl: Plant persimmon

A rose expert says: 'alii parts of the U. S. is an extremely pear, plum, figs, and other
kindly BO 11 will grow all serious matter In many deciduous trees Citrus. Finish
of the world except n. ]) states the disease Is practically fall fertilizing. Finish banking
form" I unknown, while In others It is v' r>' yoirng trees. Keep rust mites

Every year wo liavi- "ommon, there being as high as 15 under control. Set young trees,
"shows, but as yet we have por cent of all flocks affected. water and bank Prune out dead

an exhibition of ronen or T. I), may be divided into three wood, treating large cut s
flower in this state, principal types: The one affeet'nr. with tree wound dress-
easily grown that Me fall man, known as the human type, In.'. Irrigate; If very dry Vineyard .
preriato them as we should. that affecting prlnc'pally cattle : This is best month for

hardy old-fatihlned roses known as the bovine type; and pruning and plan ling. Prune to
early aottlers of Floilda : that affecting fowls, as the Avian medium sized( arms and train on a '" i
easily 011 the'r: own roots 'ype. Hogs may become affected MmiHon trellis. Remove as far (

most gone from our with either the bovine or Avian as possible all canes showing lesions -: cr-
of these are just as good type. of anthracnoge, and black-
of the newer varieties Tho annual loss through the rot Collet and !burn: pruntn; and i.
know are tried and true havoc wrought In poultry flocks all mummied clusters of fruit. Use
I have a very vivid from Avian Tuberculosis is enor only one-year-old vines for plant-

ture of my first winter and mous. Add to that the loss from nl(. Pecans: See that all twigs
in Florida over 26 years I hogs which contract file disease cut off by glrdlers have been pick
very few budded roses were from contact with chickens and ed up and burned Prepare land

There were plenty of the. the total will\ run well up into the for setting trees first half otmonth.
teas and teas growing and : mill'ons of dollars' annually. Last half month is excel

ing on immense bushes that Unfortunately, the disease is not lent time for setting. If no cover
almost like trees to me, easily recognized In its earlier crop has been planted, knock off
from a cold climate stages, and the tuberculin test Is'' shucks and leaves and plow under,
teas were nursed and the only sure way of determining or burn to help control pest.
This fall I am putting which of the apparently healthy Peaches: In south and central

cutt'ng bed of the old fowls In a flock are affected. After Florida spray peaches with llmesulpbui -
rieties of roses to .be T. B. has secured a good grip on -, 1 to 7, or 2 percent oil :,' I '. '

boundary line for I have a bird, however, there are certain emulsion, to control San Jose J ,
ruvtlngs of Duchess And signs which can be recognized wth: scale. L1 ? .1i : ', '.rmmmffi lIIllmJIIlllm i l iuu iI ti liiiJlmi Will llmillllim mIWJl\\ Sf UND U A ,

tier, and intend to add a fair degree of ease. It is a slow Garden, and, Truck: Inspect I

-bard, Estelle Pradel, developing disease; therefore, is Irish potato seed before planting, -,THE-_ .. CHECKERS- --.--- HOUSE H-IO2
Solfatare and Agripplna. : never seen In young fowls. discard all showing brown spots in -- -- ---- -
varieties I have grown Birds in advanced stages show flesh; treat with formaldehyde or THE MODERN SPIRIT 'o resist the attacks of hostile with coat closet, living room din

cessfully in the past frjm a rapfd loss of weight; wasting corrosive sublimate. Transplant -THE: CHECKERSBy armed neighbors, so why the port j ing room, lavatory, kitchen, maid's

One authority gives a. away of breast muscles; pale cabbage and lettuce; plant mustard -- holes, spikes, shutters and other room and bath, ample closets and

mary on growing; budded comb, wattles and head; rough, Bngl'sh peas, radish, rape ( Duncanhunter, Architect, medieval contraptions? I a two car motor room.

this way: "Hose growing is : lusterless feathers; and, very often and turnlns.I New York.) Why not build a house as a Second floor: Four bed room/.

a very pleasureable game. tameless In one or both legs The spirit of modern architecture louse, to house our family and two baths nnd large closets.
not as difficult as it may Powla so afflicted usually have I is becoming much In evidence ourselves in a comfortable and Ceiling heights: Cellar. Reven

!lImply by seeing to It I normal, sometimes voracious appetites I'I KITHL: COMMON: I in our city buildings but is new onvenlen.1 sort of way? Suppose feet; first floor, eight feet six
KENSEI :
rotten coma from ,a but gain no we'ght. 'n the country home although in 'or Instance we trade a little of Inches: ; second floor, e'ght feet
who liai the root system t I Whenever these symptoms are I Iy KpudM Johnson I Europe rap'd! forward strides have ,he ancient stylo for a lot of mod- Exposure: The plans as shown
I
desir:', and then [ noticed In nny flock several of the s I been made during recent months. >rn comfort, never mind the glores are for a lot facing south or went

planting, directions," etc. I moro seriously laffected birds HAIL TIIK: OItfAM2ii: America, the birthplace ot the of the stained glass windows For a lot facing north or east the
I find there points given should he killed and examined If Itl'IlAL! COMMUNITY; skyscraper, and the modern stee: it the ancient cathedrals-leave plans should be reversed,
of ow root-roses: ((1)) : they have tuberculosis numerous framed structure--the country of them there--A've': a window Lot size: House frontage, 88 ft

leso expensive: ((2)) they round yellow\ spots varying from I once heard a speaker say: pl'ogress-bld" for the develop that lets In the sunshine ,and one Hide clearance, left, 2 feet, right
ability to send up stronger I the size of a pinhead to that of a "Give us prosperous communities ment of new style, a discarding ot from which we can see out-nature 10 ft.; Lot frontage, minimum IIHI)
from the ba e of the ; ( ) i pea will be found in the liver and and we shall havea prosperous worn out architectural precedents, is not unkind-,unless of ft.

own-root p'nn'.s usually ; rpleenThere will! be whitish or state and( a prosperous nation. The whether begged, borrowed or stolen course the view is not slightly, better Construction: Frame, with outside
branches of small diameter abso'I grayish nodules on the intestines: community Is the fouudat'ou on and an infusion of a bit of the then have blank walls and artificial walls covered with zenltlierm
budded plants seldom are or the membrane which holds the which to build farm development.." spirit ot modernism that invades su nllght. He logical-be Roof, tile.\ Foundation, concreti.
having three or four shoots Intestines in place. These nodules There is pretty good logic in all other lines,of endeavor and of modern. If we are to have a win Windows, aluminum casements in
most, with each branch vary in size from that of a pea to those two statements. Farm people leisure. Tune in with the times dow let's have one, not half a win special arrangement Vlth integral
diameter. as large as a walnut. The yellow\ are inclined to be neighborly and leave the skeletons In the dow and have It clear for vision. i screens.

With buc'ded roses a spots or lesions as they are called and sociable. However, there Is closets. Automobilo windshields are not ; Doors, wood, to special details.
of root-lock is very may also appear in the kidneys rtlll! room for much better work Why should we attempt to cut In dice. Interiors; Floors, linoleum:

success. With the more and lungs. among rural communltes. People cramp ourselves Into a house that Let's have some modern conveniences walls, plaster in special moulded"(
many of the new varieties Once you have definite proof of take more interest in things which belongs to the middle ages? Our that help to make life worth texture; ceilings, plaster, with cornices

roses are without doubt ST. B. In your flock take Immediate are brought hometo them, and all\ windows and! doors no longer need the living and forego some of the ; kitchen, composition tl'e.
Many desirable roses steps to put an end to it. It the citizens have a chance to take part antique carving. bath rooms, composition tile
hopelessly sunted by birds are of no particular value it 'n community activities. a few nuts at a time in a small The Checkers Is a modern home. steam heat. gas and electric wir

planting and root exposure. may be advisable to kill the lot of The community Christmas tree, trainer, brown evenly drain, and In conception, In plan, in exterior ing.
they are dug out of the : them; burn the ones that are no- the community picnic, the community salt. Raw nuts require from 3 to and interior treatments, in construction Cubiture: 39.700 cu. ft.

roots are of necessity tlceablly nuderwelght. Those that school, library, bank, ware 6 minutes to brown 'and in details, as thor Complete working plans and specifications
in order not to overwork up to 'standard weight may be house, swept potato curing house,! Celery, Nut, nnd Potato Loaf \J ough going, as carefree and aa In of this house are available

the top growth must be for food or marketed, as hatchery, abbattolr, creamery, cannery Take 2 cups celery cut in half dependent as a modern motor car, for a nominal sum. Addrens
Remember a newly-planted destroys the germs The cotton gin, grist mill, green Inch pieces, 1-2 cup chopped nut all sentiment !Is decidedly out. Th the building editor and refer to
nhrub cannot hardly be step is a thorough cleanup, house, seed improvement a soclation meats, 2 cups hot mashed potatto, motor car salesman might say the house )11-102.
too much pruning. When burning of all rubbish, droppings are Home forms af activities 1 teaspoon grated onion, 2 tablespoons roof lines were done In the very
out roses the roots must : litter, and thorough disinfect In which the commun'ty may join butter, 1 egg slightly beat latest streamline manner and f the
Women
exposed and allowed to \ : of all houses and poultry runs to tho mutual benefit of all farm en 1 teaspoon salt and 1-2 tea- observation bay off the living room Suffering

Fall planting Is very much a good dip and disinfectant. spon paprika. offers unobstructed vision I lij all Claddcr Irritation

de irablj, because tile root houses where such fowls have ers..Let a community or a county go Cook celery in boiling salted water directions as do the corner win
has t'me to become ; should be thoroughly cleaned Into the production* ot a special about half an hour, or until dows in the bed rooms and ivltlian If functional Bladder Irritation

foro top growth starts disinfected! each week for sev form of a crop and put out a good : tender, and dra'n; add other ingredients : automatic oil burner in the (cel disturbs! or.Itching yoursleepx Sensation' >r .ca uses Backache BurnIng -,

Probably the main reason weeks. Plow the runs often quality product, and they will\ seldom in order given; mix well; lar there la no gear sh'ftlng. The Leg Pains, or muHcular aches, makIng .
are fewer roses grown plant 'to some quick-growing: have any trouble In disposing pack in deep greased pan, and modern kitchen forestalls a furore you feel tired depressed. and
tings now; garden habits i ot this crop at a profit. bake in a moderate oven about when the maid decides to quit discouraged" why not try the" Cjfcfpx4S Get
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Hour Test Don't
line with the times; it la too If you should I decide to restock The l Ideal community organlzalr half en hour. Turn out on plat The layout: r\."tex today at any drug give store up. Put

one does not get results once, chicks may be secured tlon win call for some kind of a ter, and servo with Creole eauce, Cellar (full area of body of It to the test. See for yourself how
enough! to suit Out when healthy flocks but should commun'ty hall where meetings or tomato sauce. house), Laundry, haater and gap- quickly It works, Money back If Itdo""n't ,
Improvement
no object a hedge of roses or !: raised In quarters well removed can be held. The schoolhouse may'serve Nut Loaf era! space, cold room. and satisfy bring you quick completely. Try
shrubs may be obtained at those of the former flocks If none other Is available. Use 2 cupn soft stale bread Flrl'lt' floor: Entrance vestibule Cjtrtex; today Only 60s.STKA .
by the of crumbs, 1 nut
use cuttings. on new ground In making cup meats finely
be chopped, "F ...... .,......,.......
started in a start Iteaspoon salt,. 1-4 tea- :' ,, ,, .kM. .. m
a It ls not necessary to r -e """" ,, ...,, :..> .T..r ,nilr4 "-
moved when I. spoor poultry
ready. I seasoning, 1-4 tea
tho
off old birds at once if
One of the most notable I HINTS TO HOUSEWIVES: spoon paprika, 1 egg slightly beaten
are yarded .and the new
of the homes of California are also txfnflned.. and 3 tablespoons sausage fat WBERRY PLANTS OF QUALITY

to be the hedges of roses. If your flock Is sufficiently valu I Home 1>C'rnO"Ktrl&tlon'nt or butter

aro found around humble to justify the extra work and Mix in order given; pack in a For fifty years we have grown and sold the best straw
"garden* ard largo estates. deep greased pan, and bake in
a berry
after KIJCIOUS; plants
penile you may destroying NUT DISHES grown. See our agents'and get your order
old standard varieties: moderate oven half
an hour Turn
are birds that are plainly affected, Many delicious dishes In with them
can be or mall direct same to Plant Is
pendable for quantity out on platter, and serve with me. crop
the remalnlng-ones to the made from Florida
grown nuts. short this!
that la the feature desired Some cheese sauce. season every place so we advise you to get order
n test. Birds that prove of them are given below:
hedges. Flowering hedges be entirely free from Infection Kttlt..l Nuta In early and make sure of your wants.
prove attractive, but most Frozen orange juice in solid
be put to themselves on Almonds, pecans, peatnus, or form and My agents are N. D. "
when we plant a hedge, go put up in a package like 'aln\\'rt"ht. Jr., F. r. Flume, .
fresh where other
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range they can sheljed
nuts
may be salted
tho same rut and plant the come In contact with Infected and browned with, butter or oil a carton of butter, Is among the nrownlca Hros., Bradford County Strawberry AsooUtlonnnd
ort that never varies. probabilities ot the future mer- J. It. :Moore
either in the overi"or dry deep fat Lawtry.; FU. Prices good Mtisionj.ry
crandlsing
Many object to a hedge Remove droppings frequently frying.. Nuts with thick skins cream manufacturer.program of Extracted the Ice from younB! beds, 1OOO to 5000)( $3. Over 5OOO, $2.73. f.o. .
background for borders, dispose of them at some point should be blanched first In boilIng and solidified b. hero.
by
the root steal all the a continuous
from the
quarters. Burn water and then dried.
plan used to event this Is to freezing process at plant located
pi carcasses of all fowls that have To brown the nuts in the oven In tho orange growing centers It J. A. BAUER
a layer of coal ashes or
board and of any kind of disease or bury spread them out In a flat pan with will be shipped under soli lied dlox- LOCK
occasionally run BOX ss
deeply Since It can only be 2 teaspoons of oil to each cup of :do refrigeration held In JUDSONIA, AUK \
cold
spade beside these to cut the
A strong growing by the passage of germs nuts, and roast in a hot oven rooms by ice cream manufacturers ... .- .. -- -. .. I
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one bird to another it (about '- -- .
Is 450 _
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hedge Is Lety Coles, I had ( degrees FIf roasted and distributed by them through 4 Q. ., '
tosee how the danger of In peanuts are used, keep them In the ---- .
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a large bush of thin variety their dealers Orange growers in ----- --- -- ------- ---. ---.. ..--- --. .
('t'on Is greatly reduced by elim oven for 5 minutes. If
raw nuts Florida
are stated to have
to the ground a few years already
those affected are used, roast them for 10 to 15
close order to remove another If you bring In breeding stock minutes, st'rrlng frequently to perimental carried the project stage and beyond to bn the ex We can charge
by. The old rose In prepared Yrs your
Bon reached the original size some other flock, and It is keep the color uniform. Drain off to begin large scale production 8 ""R

though It was spring a great practical to have them tuber any excess of fat on absorbent paper at an early date. STORAGE BATTERY tJ.
centage of the wood I put tested, do not put them at then lay on waxed paper, and In
with the other
chickens. Care iprinkle with salt In the proportions Clewiston Work: starts on
rooted giving fine
me a
I !: of some breeders in send : ot about 1 teaspoon of salt new 2,500toiaday unit ot sugar %,
mall for
plants hedge.
a ; out infected stock U to each
believed cup of nuts.
the It ground Is a great clean mistake around to I be largely responsible for much To brown nuta In deep fat, put mill.Starke State farm road being Smith's Stark*

the gain in tuberculosis which 1 cup of oil In a small saucepan. surveyed from Starke fo Maclen- Garage
bu hell. A heavy mulch Is : Ha.
been noted In late .
rear When the fat Is tot submerge ny



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.. For centuries men and ,women who have been \ Our clubs awaken their members, as well as ,

recognized; as leaders in the business, industrial or in the public at large,a sense of civic duty, not onlyas f

,,f.. civic life of communities have associated with like- it affects public matters, but also as it pertains I
minded individuals in some form of organizationwith to the welfare of the individuals in the community. .
view to improving business and social con- .
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GROUP for the service they render ALL of their '
come here to live and to attract worthwhile.indus- ; '
fellow citizens. That group embraces Chambersof
Commerce, Luncheon Clubs, Church Clubs; tries. Their work results in better health, better' :

Women's Clubs, Merchants and Manufacturers' wages and more money for all of us to spend and to It ;

Associations, Secret Societies, in fact all organiza- save. I
tions which are intended to serve the individualand They should be backed by a membership that

society. represents the whole social and business element,

.' Starke has derived many benefits from its local rather than just a part of it. I;

clubs,but the full benefit can only be derived. if Our Clubs are working for YOUR welfare.Your f

you, your 'neighbor and everyone in town give duty is to help support them to the full extent of .

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Bradford County Telegraph- t From Other PensThe I Advocate low. The which paper you was are started reading!Sr. (By R. J. Holly). I I i I: around town j more. any

1877 A well known
Established Wauchula In March, 1001, bit make of
A wave of suicide In Memphis __ .. auto Is
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now nothing remains of the old with I
radio
for bytihe! officers who
la accounted
hunting season opened wits >utfit.-Wauchula Advocate. Yes folks, we are celebrating, sets. At least we will ,0m, be
Fridays and Entered: as Second Class that "gloomy,1' i-r-Rlny weather, I' able to drown
Published Weekly on i bl1n' -- Slat ko Telegraph. And ._0- say we just had the last of our out back Heat cJriv

Matter at the Post Office at Starke Florida -he! banging is still going on.-In.crnoss One keeps people indoors and makes i.-anKHg-ivinjf turkey today. At- innr. Any rumble dlrerirr t ulll
day during current 1
tars
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Chronicle. them "blue. Just another ter living with the caress for al- lose heart snouting directions in I

I:. S. Matthews\ __. ._ _-.-- Owner and PublisherJ. ---= --- nOIUthe general revenue fund o! for Florida sunshine The "blues" must a'weelt we actually became competition with a lyric Soprano.
he state was entirely without should havo no place In the Sun denoted to the thing. Yes, It Now If someone would onlY, ,In. \

C. Robinson n_____ -_.-___ _____ __ Managing Editor 'but Next In most Thursday newspaper Is Thanksgiving offices It Is: Cunds. We asked the comptrolt shine State. Bound silly but we ate :'so tenderiieaited. I vent a radio that would talk back !
Starkj'olegnph. about this today and Mr. Amos -- Tears would well tip In I and say "Hush up!" :
uat! another Thursday. confirmed
the the
SUBSCRIPTION KATE And Christmas Is com- rumor. During Accord'ng to the state-- game our eyes every time the remains
day, however, epough wa< }
money left the table because knew it
Press lawn if you have reached the age we Decline of
Yearly, $1.50; Six Months\ 73c; -Payable in Advance ing tootNew Port--Richey- received to pay off all warrants of sixty-five you will not require eight be tile last time we would We had it caked and Turkey had It stewed "

Adverting Rates on Application Starke Telegraph favors taxing which were Isrurd that day, and any hunting license In this state. ever see it again In its present We had It in a pie !

ri .. .., .".- ,--: bo..- .kOoUicidj: aud luxuries. It at man the balance close of business a very I Alter some of us have reached this dorm, and we wanted so to remember ,We had it trimmed with parsley
was left In the fund to it just as we had first
age we will not need a license tip.
Christmas is in the air many come to that yet.PalmettoNews. I We are informed that the state :Is I seen It-so nIce and-brown and
attainments And
If It becomes necessary to;: hunt as you are limited in then we had a fry.
HL --- to get $100,000 from the Interstate resting in state on the Sunday We had it in
o tax necessities, then luxurUM Trust and and physical ability, some some nce: croquettes, I
of
back should be taxed.Indication I Banking Company what. platter.It We had it cold and hot
ih. The long skirt is coming back on the New Orleans with which to meet We found it in a cheese sourrice

--,-- -0---that the In'' the pay roll this month. Comp The common herd does not understand was a game bird though, With crust around the pot.
"ponies" troller Amos likewise confirmed while it lasted, and so clever-
so-called modernistic I'll eat old if it's
November proved to be the.banner tax collecting month. Florida this season will have A turkey creamed,
i this yesterday and stated that the every time it came on the table it But I'll something
pa'ntings so it Is not surprising rash
and betless track to on
o rough run bank was simply taking over the hat one of them hung upside downat I, would be all dressed up in a new If,ever I'm confronted with
are to be seen in the preliminaries: accounts and that the state wouM disguise, but when the mask came An ancient turkey hash

'' ; The best time to spend money is when you have it to taken by a Tallauissee publisher repay the bank as soon as tho necessary the art gallery and the other knew day it oft there\ It was, the same old -- -.---- .- -
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When the won a prize no one
spend -Starke Telegraph. funds came in. Tallahassee was upside down until the artist turkey looking up coyly from the .
0--- betting is stopped the ponies don't State News. arrived and showed them the ml;.. dialing dish as if to say, "Don't 1
run.-Tallahassee State News eat me all now, old fruit, I want :
-0--- lakE'Ve are living in a world
An optimist is one who believes in the sign, "Painless. -0A -- The acreage planted to strawberries upside down.A to be croquettes for supper." And FLORIDAT
loaded gun Is as deadly as alive strange as it may seem after
Dentist. in all sections of Florida
1 rattle snake according to the I those: few simple words we never
this seems to be much larger bootlegger near Pahokee bit
-0 Bradford County Telegraph. Thatis year could quite make away with the

: One profession where a fellow only fails one time is.. the reason so much snake bite weather than was so planted far has last been year.ideal The for oft was the trying ear of to a arrest deputy him.sheriff Someof who dashed fowl. It Just seemed to Home of 1'ltaphoneProgram )
stick In our throat.
remedy Is needed on a hunting
parachuting. the growing of the plants, and the Bluff they make nowadays -------------- .-- -- -
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Dropa
trip. Delray -
would make rabbit spit in the --
with a
anywise favorable weatll1'durIng
---0 I-J." T card when plan the next trip. You can't beat a turkey for
you December thecrop shoultiproe ( face of a coon dog but that Everglades :: Week of
of willing to start in at the bottom -0Automobl1e ---- clever impersonations. Lon
Boys today are perfectly a record-breaker. Shipments brand must be powerful Chaney might fool you as the
salariesIt owners have the' Plant stuff when they bite the arrest'ngofficers. : Dec. 9th
at top at City, Lakeland and Wau Hunchback of Notre Dame or the
o sympathy of the attorney genera!. cbula, three of the principal :. Phantom of the Opera, but: he

Tag agents and tax collectors are strawberry centers of the South --. could never make up to look: likea --- -
is somewhat dry in Florida now, but they! are, gelling\ still required to get the cashor -. will begin soon Starke, Hamptj'ianc' With so many hunters in the dish of turkey bosh.

water by the gallon in California. else, however.-Starke Tele Lawt.y sections, shipments on wood and so many stills operatingin Monday, Tuesday and

' : o graph. Sympathy will at least eas a large scale will commence aft'n the swamps and so many pro- Too much dinner and a dull Wednesday
the mind some even if it doesn't hibition officers and wardensout
Christmas and will last well! game football game made for a very
Local sheik is wondering why his sweetie will not quarrel raise; the money to get the tag.-. through April. The Starke Telegraph looking for something, it is full afternoon. In fact everythingat "The Virginian"with

with him at this season of the year Madison Enterprise-Recorder says indications are pointing really dangerous for the average the game was so peaceful and
-- to the largestacreage planted tc, lover of nature to take a stroll in quiet those adventurous souls who

o We may hope to accomplish strawberries in Bradford county-In the beautiful sunshine at the pres- carried pocket flasks must have
Take wife window shopping. It's interesting and not something when our legislature ent time. I
your many years and owing to the fins forgotten all about them. There Gary Cooper and
r expensive at all-on Sundays and holidays starts figuring on reducing state. weather that has been experienced were no noisy drunks to explain
expenses instead or depending en- Press dispute says that Duval of the to
during September and November, every play game specta- Mary Brian
o tirely on new forms of taxation to the crop Is going to be a big one county sheriff will train police tors within one hundred feet of

It is hard to explain, still some have more regard for meet the mounting expenses! The Telegraph places the acreage dogs to hunt for atills. This mayor them and only one fight occurred. All Talking

the fellings of a stranger than of a real good frit'I1d.o : Starke Telegraph. That has been Bradford, county at between 2- may not work out all right. At Can: you imagine only one fightat ..
Idea'all rate there are clogs that have -- --- -- --
our the time.Tallahas- Goo and 3000...-Times-Union. any a big fotball game? Usuallymore
see State News. shown tracts of almost human intelligence battles occur over who gets

P With eight sugar mills planned for the Everglades, l Klor- ---- and if left to their own the first drink: out of the bottle 7'/lUrsday.alld Friday"PARIS"
Someone gored that those Some of our exchanges have devices they might become real than who makes the first touch- .
', ida can take care of part of this country's sweet tooth paying taxes during November will been panning the E.-R. editor because sleuthH.

-- we stated in these column -.-
o cut nearly three mills off their tax down.
If two' or three weeks ago that we Plant City Florida\ Milk Company most of the '
Perhaps the Titusville. Star-Advocate can explain why bill.-Starke Telegraph. your Although drinking with
state, county and district levy I III had paid our state and county replacing electric signs with done at games is carried on by 1
they decided on men for consolation prizes at an old maid'sconvention. as much as 75 mills, which Is a taxes in November. The Perry Neon lights. middle-aged cut-ups flaming I

conservative average, you will In Herald seems to think it was quit" Fort Myers Frnnkl'ii: Drug youth gets all the blame. Unlessa 1 Irene Bordoni

o effect reduce it three mills by pay. a feat, saying, "Just think of a Store changed hands man sips his liquor through a 1 :AIl Talking
ing in November. Madison Ei.- newspaper man being able to do -- straw to keep a long white beard
Among the really important news items of the week: terprHe-Recorder. that," wh'le the Starke Telegraphsays MITICI: from sUcklng in the neck of the I

Politics and graft have largely been eliminated from prohibition -- "Part of the business to I, have opened a J'( palr'shop noxt bottle he is a member of the "col-
enforcement Among current sights that Impress come up at the Qu'ncy'! session of to Stern's Garage; can repair any lege set." Just because the nuisance Saturday"FAST

one with more or less disgustis the state Press Association will bo make of Vlctrola, and all kinds of sitting next to you Is wear-
-- '--o-- an adult toying with a yo yo.-- finding out how the Madison En- furniture repaired and varnished Ing a red felt hat and carrying a LIFE"with
f Tribune. Do not know torpri\<'e-Recorder, editor managedto cane with a pennant stuck on itdoesn't
With the baby growing up and skirts coming down we Tampa you Phone 42W.It114t.
LamtiigUt;?! ; that "men are but boIgrown : pay his tax, bill in.November." L. G. Hemingway.NO'IHDOF .' mean he la taking f.rstyear
have hopes of once more seeing the young hopeful clinging tall?"-Dunnellon Sun The and the Bronaon Journal In quoting ._..______ u_..__ algebra in the neighboringprep

to the old-time support T T. editor probably failed in nn the Telegraphs comment, says \I"H''I'IO'1"OIt! school. Douglas Fairbanks Jr.
attempt to make hU yo yo do tho "That was easy. He just saved rtIHII: ,
1 o-- Now that much from the six dollars, a An interesting feature between
One faces theso is the :vo yo.-Starke Telegraph. NotlcH In 'h, r'hy grlv! <'n, that C. C. halves of All
clays the the Eus-
reason you see so many rye don't tease Ed.-Tallahassee State diy pay he gojt for serving in this and 1 Floyd Crosby holder of tax game was Talkingh.
j announcement by prohibition officers that this Christmasis News. year's session of the Florida legis. tertlflinti, No. "if. 4th day of July, tis Boys' Band which shared hon .._ _
A. I). 1030, him filed said certificate ors with the University of Florida
-- 'a.ture.Vell, we are willing for In my ofttre und made application
going to be a dry Christmas 'J'alhing or Singing Comedies
Eastern have revived the boys to have all the fun out for tax deed to Issue. thereon In acrordarire musicians. EustU is by no meansa
newspapers with Inw. :Said certificate large city and their band just DailyGAINESVILLE
.gyp-- of It they want but it
the controversy over tho we figured embraces the following described]
Four months of the school; term arts almost gone. How shortest poem in the English lan had to be paid some time-"Even- property situated in Bradford; goes to show what can be done _. -- -- -
when a town goes at a thing in
: many times have you visited the school to show your child guage. Years ago the New York tually-why not now-so we I county 1 Sun gave the prize to this one, entitled went and got through with It. Aid i West half of Northeast quarter
t you are interested in the work of the school ? "Fleas." boys, it feels good to get the load Section 22, Township 6 South ft. we ever heard from the local ... ... ...- .... ,
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band was rehearsals and they ,. : ;: .
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i 21 East, containing 80 acres. -: =-"=-,:-::-_..--
Had 'em. cent discount, and if anybody The assessment of said property .
;. "The Death Trail" is an appropriate name for the high Ocala Banner. And the following wants that; vW'd better see aboutit .under the paid. certificate issued .A' :II_ .ti1 I.I 1..1.1I.1IJ. ..>t. !'!'t- :' 'IJ"'" ...: ".,.I'-' :- :._. .lIj /'(!t

s way from Jacksonville: to Baldwin It takes its toll on nearly poem Is entitled "Married at once because! the discount was in the irame' of Mrs. Susie E. 4

every occasion the road Is crowded on holidays Men": 1 drops to three per cent after this! R. Johnson

.p I week. .- Madison EnterpriseRecorder. Unless said certificate shall be WINTER COMFORTBase

81. redeemed according to law, tax
Palatka Times-Herald says man is the only animal cap- -0-- -- -- deed will Issue thereon on the 6tn

able of being a' fool Whether that characteristic is caused We have a kind word for the: Tarpon Springs -. Gauss Fish 1 day of January, A. D. 1030. Burner Coal Stoves

from brains or lack of brains, they failed to state .state road department for placingthe Company Installs cold storage Dated this 4th day of 'December, ..
of the towns on the -"
names plant. A. D., 1929. -
o state highway markers at the ap 'uiupa -- Florida citrus Exchange G. W. ALDERMAN A

_ Perry Herald told of seeng a truck running away with preaches: to Florida communltlo: announces publicity campaign Clerk of Circu't Court Bradford A new line of medium priced

That's a fine bit of service to the for 1930 to cost over $200- County, Florida. t base burners, burning any
its garage building the other day. Befote it was printed,
motoring public. Gainesville 000 and advertise Sealdsweot and \ By Blanche Alderman D, C. kind of coal ; black enameled
however, they secured a preacher to confirm the tale Sun. Right you aA, and we understand :Morjtice citrus. (SEAL) 12 6-5t-l-rj:
: with genuine nickeled trim. A
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department, when it has the fund: c5u2S'ur25'SZi: c.S252a'1 u'uZ Lr' 'L5257: .::, very efficient heater-one thai
Closing of twelve banks during one day in Oklahoma last 'i
to post such markers on all stato
', will time coal and
week occupied l about two inches of space in Florida newspa- roads.-Ocala Star ..... -, i iG iII '?'v' save you ,

pers. It's worth a scarehead when a Florida;} bank goei un- -0--- } p money-durable and very attractive -

The Tampa Tribune remarks: in appearance.
der. that among the current sights thru -=._

--- I Impress one with more or less dH-"' II : lJvf rC::: Only high grade reliable

a, glut:: is an adult toying with a yo ,J. makes of stoves clrrinJ!
Florida! will lead the country with its industrial! built! j; ,"'(! are
yo. Take time to play a little old
ing program during 1030, according to Governor Carlton. fellow--It will help your digestion. : '9, here: you may buy your

County and municipal authorities have been asked to co-op --Apopka Chief. And deposition.! stove with the knowledge thatit

erate. A man is only a boy grown tall. ". tr is fully guransteed to satisfy -
When a man forgets how to playit : 1

.-DM- BMW MB* Is an infalllable sign that the Inn ., -- you. .
I
Now that the investigators have finished investigatingthe milk of human kindness has evap-

state asylum, something interesting might be turned up orated.South nal. Jacksonville. Jour. I Our. Coal Means

if the next legislature appointed' a committee to investigatethe -- .. 'i!.

investigators. The Sale Tax law should be enacted

o r by all means. The "ultimate More Heat CUEJK I '
consumer" would be the man who I
South Jacksonville Journal says crime doctors are need. paid the taxes then. That would WATCH YOUR STEPBe '

ed. We have plenty of crime doctors in the shape of laws mean everybody, "!whether they Less Waste C I IIt

wanted to or not.-Live Oak .
bushwhacked technicalities before
now but they are by they
Democrat. We are not sure about
successfully operate on the criminal.o as afraid of strangers who per
can that. Any complete revolution In gives more satisfactory and sustained heat

an established system la apt to sonally, or through the mail, offer

The Lakeland Republican paper blames the Mediterranean bring unpleasant consequences. A you stock investments which prom- than any other fuel because it burns clean.
modified sales lux with a reduced
fruit fly situation on a ring'of Democratic politicians. real estate and personal propertytax ise high dividends, as you would the This is one of the real tests of the efficiencyof

However, the Republican advisory committee realized the woula probably be more to the
rattlesnake. Rattlers
most
poisonous -
point until the sales tax had been a fuel.
seriousness of the situation and endorsed the $26,000,000 ap.
tried out a while in actual prac- warn of trouble-stock swin- tAll
propriation to fight the pest tice.-Bronson Journal.0 the heat value is delivered 'within your
dlers laugh. Consult us before in- -
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interesting old picture was home, not in the ash can or up the ,chimney.
vesting.
Insurance companies operating in Florida have been paying ,
reproduced in last Friday's issueof
a 2 per cent sales tax to the state for years-and the persons : the Plant C"'ty Enterprise. The I!
Order
buying the insurance have been paying the companiesthe picture shows Avery Powell, I Today

2 per cent. Very few people are aware of this tax they Times-Union paragrapher, and F. BANK OF STARKE I IAN :
M. Prewitt, editor of' the Enterprise DeWITT C. JONESWE
have been paying, because, like the gas tax, it comes in broken as they were Just thirty)/ ROLL I

doses. Real estate should continue bearing its proper part years ago when they were pub- HONOR BANK I Ig. PHONE 1

of our tax bill, but the state should not demand that gaso- lishers of the Florida Advocate at S. Matthews, Pros. R. J. IlaTia. Cashier i ir jr DELIVER

Starke. Incidentally, the Advocate '
line. and real estate furnish the big end of the revenues. plant was later moved to r: usysaos svr45c5'4:5252585 Ll1 i '._ .. __ ',_ -'C '_ :, _'.. : ._ .._ _' ." :..:- J.PAOE




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