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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 13, 1929
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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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Established 1877 Subscription-For Year 51.50; Six Month. 7.>c-Payable in Advance E. S. Matthews, Owner and Publisher. .


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e I Wauchula Growers Hear State Road No. 48 Duval County To Green Seeks Aid Bradford Soon 'j: ,



w .Mt k' W Miller Marketing Plan Ready-_For State I: Repair Old Road Florida Growers Clear---of Ticks .j.,r v.,:', .

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Six-wliiry of Bend Trustees To OM. Gainesville Read 1 10'1.."" :Mutillo \- Washington.; D. C., Deo. 7.- ,Iiixp "'lor's Report| hhotve" Till t
q.9Shp II "'"", icl't Trnlllc Bun au :\IIUI'lJj'r; berries should' be shipped Florida :Notify: Stat" Hhmildfrs. i to JnrkNonvlllv to lit Congressman H. A. Green today Territory Pnwtlrnll.V' IY
I CluirXPH", loul..11I1I110'110"1'. berries bring: : a good price on .\re Completed 1 Hotiiiilt held n long inference<< with the InfcMnlUm'entile (t.,,
I By 1'\II1't'H4:: Hal CM. northern markets and In order( to --- -, Plant Quarantine. ofllvlals relative -
I --,- protect the trade, !poor quality The board of bond t trustees of Steps to relieve congestion; on to I he entire fruit fly situation In feve'--U; pradlcatlo1y 9
Some two hundred m strawberry berries should not be sold in competition Bradford county 1"lorld11)et in the Lake City highway: by constructing "Florida.d After time conference he work through th's section of the ft
ingAVS I growers of Florida, most of them with the No. 1 Grade. regular !session! with the following / a. abort new route to stated that an ample appropriationhad >> stato proceeded at a fast pace during r
'ulcers and directors of ossocla- members present:: O. II ay now, J, II. Gainesville and southwest I points been recommended by (the officials November; according to the :. '
ions which expect to handle her-, A. Weeks. In the lnte hy paving the old to the Muronu of the Budget from \"
[IiI K\prcHs::: Rate, Holier I Than Louisiana stitch, ,, E. Torode. ll ( report made public Monday
"'les through the Lee H. Miller\ upon'' motion Mr. Torode acted Gainesville road, were taken by ; ; that while $25,000,000 had the Jacksonville offices of Dr. T. "
Auction: syslem the coming season, as chatman pro tens the Duval board of county commlsKloners not been requested, the amount W. Cole Inspector In charge of the .1 i
gathered In Lakeland Tuesday to According to a news article appearing Minutes of the last meetingwere I Tuesday when the which hud boon recommended eradication work In Florida for the t
hear Lee II. M'ller; explain his In the Plant City Courier, I would be adequate' He sa'il' I hat '
i read and approved.The hoard, by unanimous vote directed( < United States department of agriculture -
I marketing methods.All tho inauguration: of the Florida secretary tens Instructed to' iU-arlng and grading of the first the recommendation. "go to The federal operatives'
business matters will be express refrigerator!: service although advise the stain. rand departmentthat four and one-half miss of the tho budget today, and probably co-opernlo) with the !State LiveStock +
.- -- .- -- --. transacted through the different !: higher than paid< by LouisIana the shoulders have \been tern-mile Stretch according( ton would receive the budget'N con- Sunltary Board( In the work
Club iHsociations with which Miller will\ growers for the same class brought up to requirements onrond. news article appearing In the Hlderntlon Saturday or Monday. During November" only three r
4-H ,Work teal, he said. The association Is of service: makes it possible for 18, and t that name was ready Jacksonville, papers.Comntl'alnner ll<> also sold( that It developed\ cows were found to be Infested in '
,iho unit, co-operntlon the keynoteof berry growers\ of the Plant City Car In pelolLy suld department ( J. V. Hammond. !to the conference that approval the territory, while to be Infested '
Forging Ahead success, he asserted. section to (got Into Pittsburgh, Koutino bills were paid. who(>> has been working[ on the plan of I the departmental olltclals, he In the l territory, while two horses\ ,,+
Checks will be Issued on a Lakeland Chicago and Cleveland to advantage A --U--J-U11T* for the last three years, 1 brought believed, would be hud for a reimbursement were found Infested In Levy coun- ,
bank and from 21 to :36 hours for tho first lime, This Information the matter liefore, the board and program as soon as ty. All the Infestations were
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) jftor each auction the asoriat'on was given out by T. C. Woodmen Elect moved for time Initial work. Ills the house passed' the appropriation' found on animals who had wandered -
.l for County t'lubYurlc manager( will have a check for the Hlllptt. manager' of time Interior motion was seconded by CommlsHloner : fur carrying' on the eradication. across the quarantine line '
heirles sold These cars will: be Florida TralUc Bureau OfficersThe H. J. Ilednvats. Chili p5ignn. He predicted\ Unit de- Into I.uvy;! and iiradford counties
4-H Club work in Bradford ,old 1 at public auction and not behind The express rate to Pittsburghand Camp The clearing and grading; work, mart meltal approval) would ultimately from Marion and Alachua coun-
i i ('OIlnty3\ growing by leaps and closed doors, Mr. !Milleritated. that territory will be 7 1-2 to to be done under supervision of h' obtained for purt'al' roniliii ties, respectively. Both Marlon
bounds, according! to report given Managers of associations 8 cents a quart as against: 15 to( local! ramp Woodmen of the .1', A. Mellon, superintendent of rHoen t for all fruits(\ and and Alachua are Inactive territory
I out by the county agents. will be seated on the platform to 16 cents for express rate under the World held their annual election roads[ and bridges; will begin at vegetables lestroypd In Florida. ( )Duvnl county; reported no ticks ,
I Mr. Rlckenbackcr! county agent: see that the auctioneer! overlooksno old order. The frelgjjt! to( New and oyster supper at their hull the end of the brick pavement on Including crops of 192X! and 1929.! !> '' for I the period as did Clay. GIIhi \-
i and Miss Pearl Jordan home demonstration bids.! York Is 4 cents, and the express last Friday night! and besides the I In old Gainesville rend near He stated also that from the <' '1st, nnd Nassau counties. That r
agent, have visited( the Provision for state and federal rate will be 7 1-2 rentsr usual heavy attendance of mem- Hammond avenue and will extend funds which would be soon appropriated .portion of Duval county In which
I schools}; and explained the plan of inspection of berries will be made. I )Manager\ Elliott of the traffic bers belonging; to the camp, many through to I the Chuffee road, approximately by congress, the government the dipping Is now under( way Is to
work that Is being carried on by He favored shipping only No.; 1 bureau !paid : visitors from" other camps were four Hiiil one-half would carry on extended experimentation I the west and north of the St. Johns i lv
the 4-II boys' and girls grade, because, he said, it I Is easy "In the formal complaint, before I present, Penney Farms" sending ft'Ies.' In the developmentof river. Dipping: must continue on '
The object of home and county in the big markets to change the the Interstate commerce commission twenty-flve sovereigns The supper The short route would not be scientific nnd. bettor nipt hods of the regular basis. throughout; the
demonstration work, as has been label on No 2 berries to read No. ( which has brought about the followed the election of new completed all at once, It wan said extracting Juices' running, preserving winter, Dr. Cole explained, despite s
stated many times, is the fullest 1 and harm the trade and grower. adoption of these rates and this camp heads for the following year, and t the cost would be prohibitivefor and other profitable utlll- limo fact that no ticks have been 4
and finest development of boys A standard pack, with a uniform carload express service It was and during the evening Judge A. construction' within one year ziillou! of citrus fruits. Ho said discovered, for fear I hat an Infestation ,'
and girls through the farm and label of each association on Its box I shown that the shippers of straw- Z. Adkins, Senator K. M. Johns F'. M. Edwards, county engineer.climated through; these methods that It was might occur from dormant
home community. Its chief means and the Individual's name stamped berries from Louisiana were load- and Mr. (1. M. Ininnn made very that the entire project hoped to eliminate any waste of lick eggs! concealed, In moss or ''dv
of realizing these alms Is the Initiative on each unit, was suggested: as ling about 720 crates of 24-plnt litere| tlng and Instructive talks would cost $200,000 or more. culls\ drops, and surplus faults. foliage. '
aroused by the demonstration the best way to get good prices. berries per car, at an estimated on woodcraft and other subjects\ The road( would be known as l the A total of 216 vats are ready for
which the individual makesas Absolute quality is essential, he weight; of 20 pounds each, or 14.- of interest to the camp. Gainesville short route and would, Congressman! It. A. Green today use In the area In which dipping/ '
> an object lesson for his or her stated. UOO per car. Contrasted with this New pllrel's! were named as follows r.tilke: State Itoitd No. 13 approximately Introduced a hill for the transfer will gel under way next spring.
family and community. A market service also Is being the carriers have provided n'n estimated : IAndrew four miles 1 1 Month of Baldwin from I the war department of two Those counties are: Alachua. that
Tho girls have eight projects or sought and Miller I urged each weight; of 25 pounds per Jt Grlffls, C. C. near Maxvllle. (greatly sliotpii- Confederate cannon for erection! portion of Duval to the suthlnll(
pieces of work outlined that are grower to have a dally bulletin of crate. Heretofore the estimated Hurry Lewis, A. L v Ing/\ the distance to be !traveled In and display In the (Ol listen Hut tin- west of the river Flasher, Marlon, (
carried through the year, they prices on fill markets.. weight for crates of 32 quarts has 1V.! Hayes, Banker /letting from Jacksonville to !Hold Park. Putnam, St. Johns' anti Volusia. "
are. gardening, tomatoes, grapes, ; Plant City growers told the audience linen 50 pounds> while the new tariff Mallory Thomas, Escort Oainesvlllo! rnlntka or southwest Ills bill culls for the transfer oftwo t
that berries provides for an estimated) Ii. Silcox olllltl. It I 12-pounder large lironzi Four Con lit leu Join .>< .. Territory '
dairy, bees, sewing, nutrition, intirlor quite a lot of Sentry also would provide an
and exterior home improve would be delivered to the Miller weight; of 63 pound( for this express :\- K. M. Johns, AudItor alternate route Into Jacksonville/ trophy Confederate guns, weighing Four Florida counties, Baker i
ment. system from that section. service.( J. W. Morgan, Cleric and Sdcrctory. from Baldwin: and the west. Com 1200 pound) each Judge Columbia., Suwanneo and Union,
The boys may carry any of the Shipments will start as soon as I While the above rates are be- mls&toner Hammond declared that (:rent stated I hat the request for Joined tick-free territory of the
following pieces of work: corn, berries are available and work on low those applying/ on shipmentsof I ,I..:. "'. E M'ddlaton\ medical the now route would result III a thcsb gums... had been made hy Mrs. .state\ Monday.\ o
potatoes, dairy] truck garden and the details will. begin In the next berries In any quantity lots, advisor.Forestry. saving! of several miles In travelin J.V.'. Barber; secretary; of the. By agreement between fuderat ''
pig/ ';;. I I few days.Mr. they aro roni'derably above those) --r-i Duval county alone In traveling Vurlim Davl Chaptor' of the U. n, and( slate tick eradication ofllciuls..
The chl1dr .n's meeting are held Miter said! experience has now published to apply from by autotnob to Gainesville ('., blare hany, Florida, and alee the four counties found quarantines ;'
once o month and they aro given shown that women will pay 65c! points In Louisiana Trucks and southwestern cltleH. by Mrs. T. M. norman, Custodianof < established sometime ago ax
Instruction along/,\ these different! Cur a pint[ ): of berries quicker than "For concrete Illustration: of Opening of thin road would Oh iisteii Turk! and monument limit result of tick: Infestation, removed -
lines of work. The girls are also hey will pay $1.20 for a quart. how the rates between those from Leave Bradford shorten the distance between! on alto part of the Florida DivisIon from that area.
given art: and crafts, millinery, There were twelve associations Louisiana and Florida will compare Starko and. JacliHonvllle to approximately >>- United Daughters of tho Con Tho four counties Joined othercomilieu
basketry and other things of interest represented at the meeting and we will lake the rate! shownto 40 miles, a saving of federacy. Ho said that I Isle Florida '' of north Florida. in having )
oi>.<'h of them unanimously adopted New York from Louisiana. The During: the past week a motion six miles over the present route Division, United )Daughters of the lick banished, and In plans for
Miss Jordan and Mr. nicken- the Miller plan. They also adopted total carload charge for a ship picture, "Purdners: ," was shown\ to Ilaldwln. Before road 13 was tho Confederacy had been very building up native herds with Im- .
backer are very much pleased with ( the 24-plut crate and the ten ment of 720 crates of 24 pint berries 'n' the schools throughout Bradford I opened, this route was ono of the diligent In their efforts In Ixuuilllylng 1''rtOtIUI'e-bl'edalll! 1118. A number t
the splendid co-operation that they cents a crate packing charge. is $478.87. which makes about county, by the courtesy of the two available to travel from : this park, and (that the state of carloads of Angus-Aberdeen
have received from the teachers, Inspection was arranged for and CO cents per crate, C 1-2 cents perquart I,I American and Florida Forestry' As- i Htarlte, lh! other route being by of Florida hud been to great PX- sires and other such stock have already i
) Florida New York' soclatloim co-operatlns with the of pence In the erection of nn appropriate. been distributed in various
school superintendent< p. T. A., r uniform label adopted by all as From to way Mlddlc-burK. 1'lIher: way
Women's Clubs and the people of sociations. limo total costs on n car of 720 i Florida Forest" Service This picture -I required three to four hours for n monument on this bat sections of the lick-free territory.
the community. crates with a minimum of 17,000 was a story of the Piney I'- ar to cover the distance! tlefield. ----+----

_ The enrollment Is as follows: riiilinj/ of //'i1"II\\IWrI'h' will be $659,30 ( $589.30 plus $90 ; Woods, being very entertainingand / -- ------ Judgo fireou. hopes for passage Andrews Appoint.. "
Girls Boys As practically all strawberries for! refrigeration) which makes thrilling It was enjoyed by all of his bill during this session/ of :
, Lawtey 50 36 aro hand-graded at the packing-! 71 cents per crate
Graham 21 81C shed, the following commercial per quart valuable lesson brought out In for
Brooker 50 grading rules are given In order "While the new rates anti refrigeration est protection, and what Is being/ Show Big Gain I Honorable Hoy H. Chapman of J,
New River 8 that growers might Improve their charges are considerably lost by annual burning. Also what Lake City, chairman Of the congressional tloiifliiK ItiiMliiCMM. ; Taken ('1) At
33 1 grade and puck Hand-grading' above the basis applying from can be expected If the many Ideal I Democratic committeeof ('11)' Council :Mrc4liiKTho '->
HellbronnVanderbilt: 25- consists of separating cull berries Loulnana points, the cost per acres are put to ,work gisowlng a j Bradford, county showed 11 potable the second Florida district and ____ 1 n.
19 from' the merchantable fruit. All quart into the markets of Buffalo future timber crop. Increase In amount of tux member/ of the Florida' Bar Kxninlnlnft city council met December "
Hampton 33 1:1-: green, over-ripe, deformed, very and Pittsburgh and points west There wan' a total attendance of collection! during tho mouth of Board wax today nilmlt- 3. In regular session with all mem'I'I
Rising small s or otherwise undesirable thereof is far below Hint which twenty-two hundred at the nine November over the same month of tcd! to the bar of the United State"l8uplmo hers present.
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Woodlawn berries should be eliminated from has previously been paid on our different meetings. eighteen hun net year according to the reportof Court. The motion for Minutes the last: meeting "
Starke 36- tho fleld-ruu stock. Strawberries strawberry shipments to those dred pieces of literature\ wore Tux Collector Knight the In- hint admission was made by Con- were read and approvud.Mr. .
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86 should be p'eked early In the po'nts, which was almost exclusively handed out, which carried with croase being Approximately: $8- urenMiiiaii; It. A. Green j of Starko. J. ,.. Andrews, Jr., was ap-
Total 280 morning, cooled and packed all through the so-called pony' them a mexitngft!! of lorest protection 000. Every'; county In the state :."'. Chapman In .spending several I pointed member of the board of :
The boys enrollment will be quickly as possible, and protected refrigeration box service" and the many benefits derived reported an'Increase( In tux collections days In ho capital ou Important bond trustees of tho city of Starke, j
completed next week. in hauling to the loading -- where 'the ,forest are kept green for the (list month, being due/ business' and( as tho giant of Con- ; to nil the unexplred term of Mr.J. .
pOlnt'1 and growing. to tlio 4 per rent discount ullow-! !1'UHllrnali (freer! T (Julcley, resigned. Ij 7
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Extra handling
MUS. IUnn.H.IOOIU: : : exposure Last InsuranceCall pd the
A very striking example o'f what by tttato during November.The 0 Regular routine bills were or-
Mrs. Barbara K. Moore was sun, rain or dust greatly collector's, report showed a PKOVISIONH AMIroit I l'/.O/ rIi1N(1( F
can be had It woods fires were dered paid.
born March 28, 1845, In Hulloch the keeping qualities of and berries. Is Given stamped' out', can bo seen on Mr.S. total of 127,000 turned In to the TII.K <'IIIM)UI.VS: IJO.MK/: t
With careful handling
county, Ga, and died In Starke, : pre- I If. build's place near Theresna. state and county treasuries whllo ItOH.'I.'j!>> i( u.s IIKKIM : .; !
this end of the line, I
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December 4 1929 She was married cooling tt.o records for last ;; t
Mr. Dodd) has a five acre tractfenced year showed Bring your gifts of syrup, vellet -
should arrive their 4 i'lr..t IVilixl For
to Jeremiah Hill Moore of strawberries at January, lands: In and for fifteen years the a I total) of $19,000 collected t tAbine, clothing or money to the /. Phillip, slate road depart- !
Stateshoro, Oa.. Jan. 31 I860 destination In excellent condition.used Veterans to Apply. litter was raked away from the Whllo the four per cent d' count store of S. U. Johns (:\p.>> net later mUll division engineer of Lake 1'1'
and was the mother of seven chil- The following grades are Fence to protect It from the fire period expired December let, the than Monday, Hoc 16th We are City, and John Slndo. project en- !j
dren, three sons and four daugh- In the different shipping sections 1! Veterans and dependents of de- therefore the fire has not burned tato allows taxpayers to deduct expecting a large load! of good Kinoer, were In Starko Tuesday, I
ters whom she l leaves to of the United States: eeased veterans have 17 more throe percent from their tax bills things for these children work being "
six of !Ins'de! for this length of time and orphan inspecting tho surfacing( ,
mourn her loss: L. V. and ITV.. ( S. (il'IIII| \o. I days In which to apply for bonus the trees that were small fifteen it paid, before January lit. Two as a Thanksgiving and Christmas done on slate road :U, Mr.
Moore of Starke J. D. Moore of This grade shall consist of .firm Insurance, according[ to an announcement years ago will be very ready within percent Is allowed during"'January I offering Tell your neighbors Hodges and Mr. Brest of the Du-
AVaycross. Ga., Mrs. Aline Bau- .trawberries of one variety, with: by the U. Veterans' a few years for the saw mill. and one percent during February. about It. val Engineering Company of Jacksonville -
Mrs. II. R. tho cap and a short stem attached, Bureau.( ---.- Mr. Fagg writes "\Ve tickledto the ,
man of New York City, Bradford county has 150,000 acres are who are completing ,,
Prevatt of Starke, and Mrs. J. S. which are not over-ripe, under- More than 5,000 Florida veter- that should and, could be doing: the TAX .'DJ!>> .Jl'KTl\II'\! : T1'IItI(1D lentil to know that you are surfacing on this road west of
Kimball, who resided with her for ripe, undeveloped decayed, or ans are entitled to Insurance samo thing under fire protection. : K.XTKMIHExtension : : : planning to get up a truck load of Bturke, Inspected the completed l
the past' three years. Besides the moldly, and which are practically which will cost them no money ft -- provisions to bring to our receiving part of tha highway1 In company J
children he leaves eighteen: tree from foreign; matter and from they will only\ apply for It. .MICH.! i-'. I.. itiii.Mi.\fii: : : until December 1C of home. We shall bo delighted with with the state road officials. j.
grandchildren and six great grand- damage caused by sand, moisture, Their applications must be In I the time In which Florida property anything that you bring that children With the exception ot tho short '
children. disease, insects, or mechanical the Jacksonville veterans bureau Tender leavetaklng and funeralof holders may obtain tax adjustments from tiny babies! on up ran stretch within the limits and west''
She was a consistent Christian, means. The minimum diameter I office rot later than. December 31 Mrs. Livonia Florence Beden- : before county tax adjustment I cat, wear or enjoy." Let us all of town and approximately two
living It In her every day life, be- shall be three-fourths (3-4)) of an If they want to share In the bonus baugh nee Witt, was )held at the I boards was announced Friday i do our part now The stores lire miles next to the Union county
ing one of the charter members Inch. Insurance. The office Is at 201 home In Hampton\ DeK 2, where by Governor Doyle Carlton: going to contribute generously as line, surfacing of the road had
organizing the Hope Baptist In order to allow for variations "Main' street. for many years she had lived with chairman of the state tax equalizIng well as the farmers been completed between Keystone I
church la 1876. Mrs. Moore was Incident to careful commercial Applications received after that her husband L. H. Bedenbaugh, board. (I. P. Raymond. Heights and Union county line.
the last of the charter members, grading and handling, ten ((10)) date cannot be acted upon undera who had Just preceded her seven The adjustment boards were + ? The company Is now working on
her husband who was widely per cent, by volume, of the berriesin recent act of congress, months. created by the 1929 legislature as HONOU ICOI.L tho Incomplete portions and theywill
known, dying 22 years ago. He any lot may be under the pre- Abner Withee, state service officer Over 50 yea/s they had journeyed one of the governor's tax revision be finished this week.
waa clerk of Hope Baptist church- icrlbed size, in addition, five (5)) of Jacksonville, has been Informed together; ere his going, she being measures. The function of the Those paying their subscriptions t
for :32 per cent, by volume, of the berriesIn that more than 20,000 veterans 67 years of age Nov. !9th, last, boards Is to adjust taxes among to the Telegraph during November IN'ItitfF)1110PINGI, : I
years. '
such lot may be below the remaining In1 the United States have property" holders and bring Luck were: Junior' McDonald I
Mrs. Moore was laid to rest by departing Dec. 1st, 1929.
the aide of her husband In hopecemetery requirements of this failed to apply for their adjusted Four daughters and two sons, to the tax rolls as much delinquent Addison Mack, U. II. Green, It, fi- Three freezers of strawberries, I
gathering being grade. compensation certificates/ also three brothers, survive her; property as possible. Grimy Mrs. W. A, Colley, W. \V. two 32-quart and ono 80 quart I
a large Coleman 1 L. A, Davis J. n. Flor- out Tuesday by local: '
I H. GriultfNo.. :3 Rev. Kd Witt of the The law creating the board provided were shipped
last respects. brother
present to pay their and This grade shall consist of Santa Claus would have a hard one church of which she had I for Its iessons: to end In rld. C. T. ea1l16'y I Henry Brown buyers, the growers receiving! an
The floral offering were many strawberries which do not meet time bringing a water system down Lutheran girl October, but the state board, composed I P. O. Hayes, H. J. Cox. L. "'41r- average of 50 cents a quart. The
beautiful, one: being from her the requirements of U. S. Grade the chimney, but it surely would' been a member from early 'I of the governor>> comptroller roulla, C. S. Kelly, Jo;. K.. Grlbble.J. continued warm weather Is fast '!

grandson In Washington and an-, No 1 and which do not contain make a nine/ Christina present for hood. number of friends Borrowing treasurer and attorney general E. (lritthe; Itoy Roberts, K. n. ripening fruit In the /fields and a
other from her granddaughter more than eight (8) per cent, by the farmer's wife.If A goodly with and prayer for them was given authority to extend Sullivan, George Cone L. J. heavy crop of blooms and young: : t
Daisy Moore of Clearwater. volume, of berries that have been Funeral ser- its meeting period to December: Green, T. J. Moore, Mrs. S. K. fruit Is reported by growers from r
Among those from out of town seriously damaged from any cause. you want your lawn to look In their bereavement Itev. J. F. 31. Brownies, J. B. Clemons, W. P. their older plants. So far K. E. ;
attending the services were: Mr. the fact that Florida as good la January as It does 'In vices was conducted by Byrd, Mrs. C. W. Knight, B. T.ttenfroe Norman has reported the largest
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and Mrs Hurst, Mr. and Mr*. J, strawberries In on, the market Jane get some Italian rye grass Clark of Reddick and Rev. B.local Lime used to the extent to make D. florae, !Mrs. I. ]P Individual picking, bringing In IS .. c, ,
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D. Moore Waycross, Ga., Mrs. V. the winter months, and and seed it on the present cod. Montgomery pastor of the the soil alkaline may cause potato Brown Mrs. Eunice Canova, E. J, quarts Tuesday and sold on the local ,
J. Prldgen, Mrs. Forester, Mrs. during from Four'to HS pounds of seed will do Methodist\ church, and Intermentwas i scab LewU. platform for $13.00.

, daughter Perkins. Mrs.of Jacksonville.A. W. Moore and meet other very sections little competition only first class for 1000 square, eet of lawn spac in the cemetery west of town. I I etr,

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.5p5asa sa 2525'2525'1.5P5''5'S'52.1 5Z.,ur2s252.2 525HS2S2SZEH5H52SH teacher. against the brick fence piled high too good. I want a real pretty I have now.I Company has been authorized t ii\'

Fourth grade: Gladys Manning, around the house doll that will walk, talk and cry. also want a doll with long the trustees of the Internal improvement ;

B. H. S. JOURNAL Edna Pearce, Frances Lee Peek, We werp creeping along the out If you have a new motorcyle you black curls, but never mind the fund, it was l lurnl"l;! |
?yMIWAIMI'HH Ruth Ella Priest Doris StrIck- side of the house expecting almost -i black curls as long as she will here today. The request was mail.
land Lillian Stump, Wilier Mae ran bring It cause I got a fellow
anything at any moment. The walk. of the board a month ago by Mr.
: ST\PK fUBl Thornton, Carol White, L. 0 shutters were banging and rattlingand I can't stay nil| with, also I wanta Br'ng me a tennis racquet and Dahlberg and It is understood thai!

Jr.dltor.lnt'hl"f -- .. .' FACT KNIOUTl : Jones Jr., Billy Long. Mrs. W. II. the wind whistled down the ball and plenty of nuts. an airplane with two parachutes, the trustees approved the tninsf.( i I'
A.eretant l ltd I tor* PEAHLi MANNING: EVA. MARl'OTTK Hart, teacher. chimney with a weird and unnatural Lots of love, a tea set, a box of candy and I last week.
__ __ L.UAH! HTHlITItPpoi
jnke Editor: .
>tn dltor ._ '.-_B'_ _'_ LKSTTCH PltK'n IIOinNSCiNKunlnr Fifth grade: Virginia Alvarez, sound. We were all "scared Strtitt.P. guess that will bo all for this .
__ ___-__ ___*-_____ u_. ._ LE:>IA HIOIjl.I'j HII'. 'Aim Thelma Anders Ola Mae Andrews, stiff" for the house was haunted, S. I'll be looking; for you to I Christmas.
Junior llVoorter .. ______ __ __ ANN'I1] MAB I'HAIK'M: ; It is not
Sophomore Reporter _________-_ u-_-__ m'i'pv-'iTnfVwNi': :/ via/ Katie Fugate, Myrtlce Ford, Mae or supposed to be, and to make It pome down the chimney Pearls !Manning necessary to burden
V AMhmnn l-I *nnrtei* _" _" KKNUnICK_ IIAULIU JONES. !Mersereau Erma Sloan, Martha worse it wall surrounded by a P. S. Tell all my friends I wish yourself with expensive Christmas!
ESTELLE
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Soaclal racuUy Keoorter Supervisor, .u I".___ ..u.. MISS FLOKKNCU:/ AIATT WS Slade Marie Tison Bertie Mae black menacing and enveloping Dearest Santa Claus: them a very merry Xmas and a gifts outside of the family c.'rdi-: .

___. _-,...i -..--t -t r-i r-i im en n era era n=era=ca ca en C3 IT?C3....C.....=.. === Ward James Burnsed, Prescott forest. Since other senior boys and girls New Year. Send an appropriate card. Phone
rc, =r11rrlr'lr =lLjE jlll II II 11..................................................... ----- happy
Gill Albert Kruse, Jr., Don Stllley. Finally we summoned courage; are writing you, I think I shall too. _..-- 29 or 40.Bladder.
13. II. H. XOTKH DON'T Miss Eunice Perkins teacher enough to enter with a blow torch Santa I have been a very good .

Sixth grade: June Smith, for light: and slowly pushing open girl this year, so I want you to The 1st convention of Florida I
j' Last Friday afternoon at 2:15: Don't spend all your money at : will be held InI
Elaine Wynn, Robert McCain, A. the door we stepped lightly and bring me for Christmas. I really tobacco growers
the students of I3. 11. S. enjoyed Scott's.Don't. W. Anderson, Lola Judd. Miss cautiously through the door. haven't decided what I want yet, Lake City December 20. Tobacco Irritaion

) a moving picture, "Pardners" In forget {to take a bath on MInnie| Gruber teacher. With bated breath and in readi- but you can bring: me a doll, a tea growers throughout the state

the school auditorium, given by i Saturday whether you need It or Seventh grade: Louise Kite, ness we viewed the interior of the set, story book and an exemption will be in attendance and will have If functional Bladder Irritation

r the National Forestry Association not.Don't Helen Mersereau, Annie Murrhee, old ghostly building. The walls grade. Now don't forget SantaI the opportunity of listening to disturbs your sleep, or Cause
The picture was made last sum-I wear your hat while in Dorothy Snpp, Louise Snyder. Miss were covered with spider webs have been real good and am expecting practical talks of educational value Burning or litchlng Sensation

'. mer In the forests of Florida and chapel. Maude Mitchell, teacher and over In one corner there stoodan ) you to come to see me.Love by state and government officials Backache, Leg Pains, or muscular
Georgia, and very educatlonal- Don't forget you are here to as well as from railroad agricul- aches, making feel
I Eighth grade: Lois Atlklna, old and valuable buck case, it's you tired, depressed -
al, as well as interesting. Especially have a good time.Don't Ethyln Barron, Martha Brownlee, carved legs with the small nicks Lena lielle. tural agents. An Increase of more and discouraged, why not'

since we have Just completed forget to wear your high Bunle Canova, S. R. Johns Kath- and scratches that were plainly to than one thousand acres will be try the Cyst ex 48 Hour Test? )Don't,
the study of forests and the best school pin, where everybody can Dearest Santa Claus: planted In Columbia county this give up. Get Cystex today.
Lois Put
.\ ryn Haynes, Kitty Hogsed, be seen. While on the hat rack
. ways of caring for them. see it.Don't. For Christmas I want feller and substantial increases have it to the test.
,t.. Long, S. L. Peek, !Marguerite Pre- there hung an old, badly battered a year See for yourself
-- forget that the library and plenty of silk Alsoa been made throughout this entire, how
ri.. vutt Lula Redgrave, Marjorie and torn black hat. stockings. quickly It works and what it
besides
, 1' \Ve were very glad to have Dr. takes other magazines Stump, Dorothy Suanbom. Mrs. B. As we stepped into the adjoin- quart of strawberries "My little section does. Money back If it doesn't

I.. 1 I Raymond speak to us in chapel "Life. Perkins, teacher. ing room we beheld what had once bruin Isn't so bright so choose for bring quick Improvement, and satisfy -
: t I" Thursday. Also Bliss Pearl Jordan Don't forget to tip your hats to Ninth grade: Mary Brownlee, been a very valuable and elaborate me, dear Santa Claus, what else Exchange on an acre-for-acre you completely. Try Cystex
I the home demonstration the ladies you think Is right." basis of 11,000 acres of land near Today. Only 60c. Corpening's
,
Lucile Edwards, Ina Forsyth, Hope dining room set. Passing on Into Drug
i Don't 9 shop-
forget only more Clewlston with R. G. Dalhberg
about the work of the 4-II Eva Marcotte. Store.
'r) agent, until Christmas.Don't Haynes, Sunshine Hundley, Louise the next room we felt very chilly
have ping days president of the Southern Sugar .
club. We think she will\
\
Marcotte and nervous for there leading
"The seniors must .. .
+ members forget Starke Fla. Dec. 9 1929. --- --- -- -- -- --- -. .
,
.: a large number of have Tenth grade: Patsy Brinson, down Into what we supposed was I --- -
' r from this school as we do not have some dignity. To Santa Claus:
Louise Edwards, Bob Frlnk, No- the cellar or basement, was a
'I'quite home economls here in school. vella King, Jean Laird Ortho Ma- night of stairs. We looked at Dear Ole Feller!

rtJ:: i \ Miss Jordan spoke quite a bit on iio.voic ROM*-Tiimi> MONTH tlieny Ben Sternberg, Etholln: each other not daring to voice the Do you know what I want most, Hotel t I Modern

the possibilities of this work. White !Mlarlam Jacobs. question that we all had in mind.! Santa Claus? I want an exemp- e .
!' tion grade, a diploma, and brain
? Low first grade: B, D & ERuth: Eleventh grade: Milton Brown- Should we brave the basement or a
.; It won't be long now before Santo Wyman, Gladys Johnson, Eloise lee, Alice Fernandez, Richard had we better return and Investi- that will work better than the onerepresents Contra

c I ,Claus will visit all the good Hayes, Frances Overstreet. Oth-, Long, Gary Overstreet, Anna. Mae gate the other rooms HILLSBOROTampa .
girls and nays, but It won't ever ] mar Grime: Miss Ollie Ray, teach. Pearce, Muriel S'lcox!' Evelyn One of the party nodded his

be that long until those fearful er. Strickland, Cleo Thomas Bill head and we all moved on towardsthe 'Splidotls

semester, exams will\ be at hand. First grade n): Mary Williams, Wainwright, Ruth Williams. stairs. Supporting ourselves by
We can't help but envy those' MIss MaUelle }Fore teacher. Twelfth grade: Lester Spon- the stone railing at one side. r Florida

lucky guys who will be exempted. I First grade: Grace Green, Mildred holtz, Pearle Manning, Eva Mar- As we eared the foot we are HOsPltllle.:

Just think they'll have three weeks, Williams, Winton Summer, cotte Paul Knight, Lois Colley, stoppedabruptly, was that strong

vacation. Since this la our last i Melvin Wiggins, Thelma Bryan, Guy Andrews, Iris Brown GertieJobn'80n voices or some trick of the elements stock fire insurance "' *

edition of the B. It. S. Journal this: Irene Goodge, Alice Peterson, Pearl Johnson, Edna ? No! It was voices! and if Nw
j year, we wish all of our readers Archibald< Thomas, Inez Bryan. Stansbury, Hazel Underbill, Lena the wind had not been raging out- companies 'j : ; to $0.00 per duj.

t a most joyous and merry Christ- Mrs.. II. C. Hitch, teacher. Belle Shepard side I am sure you could( have and is qualifiedto ., .
mas and a. glad and happy New Second grade: Dot Crews, Allle heard the swift intake of breath give you sound ,

,j Year. Mae Slade, Ina Sapp, Jack. Halle, HOIE:>T IU': IX.-\XTH and the chattering of teeth. But insurance Free Car Storage
protec- F
Percy Thomas, Vera Manning, we moved on determinedly.Just r-
1 Lucy Ann Dew, Juanita Barefoot, Say folks! We forgot to tell you around the next corner tion and compe- S1 e S e *
The senior play, "It Happend
Emmett last week that had receivedour 'should the ) tent service
Frank Hitch Perryman we and we see cause for
In June" was a decided success, Onicial .\.\.\ fatal.,
Tommy Hitch, Jewett Fogg. Miss Junior Hi class pins and rings. the house being haunted. c..e
and considered the
was by many
Ethel Griffin, teacher. Though we have little dignity' it With slow, lagging, but never- Your policies *
school examined
best has
play our high ever and
Third grade: Levy Burnsed, was noticeable for a few days after theless stealthy footsteps we walk counsel given without r 6a urd"r',
produced. Those appearing in the obligation T
F Eva Edward, Clara Jo'lumeIc! they arrived. Now all the seniors ed around the curve and-Oh, to you. i--A Iadlo't:
play, and giving excellent per '
formances were: Kstelle Kendrick, Kay Johnson, Alma Murrhee, Pauline have on us Ja the right to( occupy horrors-there sat the faculty -*<- e e .
Newsom Mellie Silcox, Theo- the front seats in chapel, making out their exam questions! + jrY P+t
Paul Knight: Lena Hello Shepard, Bring your insurance
dore Tyler, Crockett Summer. Miss three years of taming down and a pro IHnlng nooo,
Milton Brownlee, Pearle Manning, ection up to date
Jessie Williams, teacher. few more demerits-oh, gee: I IITTKKS: ): TO S.XT.'I..U'H
Cornelius Edwards Thelma Silcox
,. .
Third grade: Louise Sullivan, almost forgot the best thing of all
Eva Marcotte and Hallln Jones. '
'' Directed by ]Miss Hazel Middleton. Doshla Smith, Lillian Moseley, they're through with Latin. Starke, Fla., Dec. 10, 1929:! l y:J'leplIOIl.for You will meet friends and a wcl- Xcw Department !shore!
Mary Jane Judd Nettle Johnson, Oh; Santa Claus: (Don't you feat Write Entered front
--- obby
I HOT TII'H Gloria Johns, Nettle Dowling, Tim: ii.\UNTED; HOl'Hi,: we've teen good boys and girls all!

_ Mary Harriet Bishop, Lorraine this year). HAROLD C. WALL come at
,
___ St. Peter: "Have you ever kiss- Hartman, N. T. Bitch, Bernard (By Pearle Manning) Dear Santa Claus: S .

ed a girl?" Smith Vernon Sllcox, George Sil- It was on a dark and windy I know you are receiving! lots of INSURANCE THE

Theodore: "No sir." cox, Inman Green, Thomas Mersereau. night and the trees and shrubbery letters but I hope you won't lay HILLSBORO

"3 y St. Peter: "lias a girl ever kiss- Miss Madge Middleton, were wildly waving to and fro mine aside because I think you are STARKE, FLORIDA

ed you?" ---- - -- -.r. ____., _,_ ____ m__....__.
a Theodore: "No, sir." I f Ya ljt m: :;m: i'ii] ;!a.yr;;

St. Peter. "What are you doing I

l bere Theodore?" : "Well, I'm dead."
\\t\auo\{
St. Peter: "Dead? you haven't -.

even lived." give ? ,. ,

Scootlei: "Do you know why the

new Fords don't make so much .
noise as the old ones?" ,

Dora: "No, why?" Its as simple as .

1I Scoolle: "Because they have

r I taken the bras band off of the A ,
new raditors."


f Annie Mae: "Isn't it strange that

the length of a man's arm la: equalto d 4

the circumference of n girl's B M __. _. --
waist?" S

Paul; "Let's get a string and



new Sam," : (As the team goes by) C : JOB PRINTING I

', "Look! There goes the halfback. H !
"
Ilq'll soon be our best man.

Thelma: "Oh! This is so sudden .
"
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Make this \
Billy: "Did your watch stop ..,.. 'f''.
when it lilt the floor?"
Guy: "Sure; did you think it '.I-
went on through?" 1 High Grade \Work Done At


A
George: "Which, aide of the I '
moon do we see?" / .
the Lowest Estimtes
June: "The side with the man ,
on it."
Y

Alias Fernandez: "What three B In -
Town
words are used most among the uick-Marquette /
i high school studellts1"Lois _
: "I don't know"

Miss Fernandez: "Correct."

4 Christmas

Troubles never come singly.

Why i-marry- ? .* We. can take care of your printing. problem whether


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-- the job you have in mind is large or small and do
Turn the picture of your girl built by Buick, and you'll be making a Marquette on Christmas Day. I ,

to the wall. gift that will still be giving when another / t
Hang coat all "worksof the work with expert precision at the lowest in
rales
your over Christmas comes The new Duicks withBodies The. now Butuka are offered In three new aerie and
art" three new wl1..lha..e. with
14 body type priced
Go to the movies first will by Fisher reveal quality leaderfrom I126O( to $2070, f. o. b., factory. The new
you Marquette IM offered! In six body type. priced from town. All work ready when
promised and deliveredon
feel ship so outstanding that they are winning -
more relaxed. sees! to 10(10.( t. o. b. factory. AH available on the ,
Practice concentration by 41% of the total sales of the fifteen extremely. liberal lIen plan.Motora time payment

thinking million what dollars.you would do witha cars in their price class. The new Marquette r r r time. Estimates cheefully given. The printingwe

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Postpone physics and science experiments -
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I. v / a party tor of lIeU bronn church flllrd his "

0I honoring the There lla basketball regular appointment here Saturday "

I News of Florida' !in Short Paragraphs I : TllERESSA bn.vH. At a bate hour divinity :i night and Sunday.\

I ILIWtUJIt& :Mix: Rhoda ZrlKlcr; Cur crved. ThoHo
: was!! present
: rto fudge A large (crnwd attended t I the ana
4 :MlHiOB Alma I Loo. hazel and
I.1. ).......0....&+....f grinding at Mr. and M rH. .1. S.
:MIMrod Phillips !and Elizabeth Norman's Thur>nlny; IUKMMlMHCs / .

i I LIVE STATE NEWS I -Thy-word\ u a lamp unto Yl(feet, and a light auto i path.i Psalm i Til 5--: :1' .tad na congratulations Mrs. K K: Powe'l on'\ the:arc urin..l rwcrlv -- I ZeiKlvr' '::.IICrs: > ;. \Until Meswrx."ncniK-tt Arthur iiinl pourer Rhoda \ Myrtle :Norm.n: ".I' the: "

gitent of her causing Hut II out i
I :\ of n baby girl born December James THosl, David and Howard
lnnr j il1fi'.lt.: All religious' teaching doctrine or h hJ
\J:
the love, loyalty and devotion of the people, must bo in harmony with named Dotty Lou. Earl DIck'iiHon' William and Norbert 8. 8app. and sons J. I' "and v'
I the teachings of Jesus the Christ whose 101 don were guests of Mr. and Mi '<, :. ,
words fit into every fold and crevice Tho The result T. C!. U. basketball Paoliham. Mr. D..1. Phillips w' "" .

I TOLD BY OUR EXCHANGES: SPADE of the human LIKE heart TINS{ and of whom" it was said in John 7:46: "NEVER MAN boys bgean a successful sea and D. J. Jr., Mr. and Mrs. G. W. J. S. Norman Sunday morning ,_ :

I MAN. son by defeating Hennett, and Mr. and I Mrs K. S. (iladys Carter and son. Jr .. jj-jjMrN.
} Hampton boysat 1 I
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:- :; I With who shall it be well? of consumers in this country who the Tlieressa court on Saturday Sibley. All spent a nice evening. I Myrtle, Mantis Lou and Howard ;,

Lakeland -- Every loyal Flor- ed while pupils of the school were I Answer, read- .lloniuns 8:14.: are compelled to pay the profits to afternoon., T. C. U. rallying in Mr. K. 8. SIbley picked nine Norman' wore shopping in Starke "" ,". '
(titan should join hand: with tile returning! home for the noon re Mark 10 : 13-10. And they both those chumes. The enormous the last halt to coma out of a 0-4 quarts of fine strawberries from Saturday afternoon. .t,, "4

incident! of the national. C. T. cess. None was injured. The second 'I brought young children to him dividends paid by some ,great corporations lead to a win of 18-13. his patch Tuesday. The season Rev and. Mrs. n. L. Phillips and .(,: w

I !in her campaign for use! of fruit story attic and belfry of the, that he should touch\ them: and are usually t the result of Lineup as follows: Walllama, will soon be here at full blast. daughter DebbieVITCT the guests; \1( c",

,Mi."' OS. building were destroyed although his disciples rebuked those that oppresHlon of either the laborer or F.. forward; Dlckllnson. 10.: guard : Mrs.( J. IF. Moore was laid to of \Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Norman Friday W&;, ,'' ,i'i:

practically\ all fixtures were recovered brought thorn. 14. But when Jesus of the purchaser of the product. Hersey. C.. center; Ween G., n'Rlit.Mr. ; }!

saw It, he was much displeased And the following Illustrates a forward l ; Puckhuin \"'., guard! : rest at Hope Haptlst cemetery Friday Owen Carter, who has been j\1 '
Editors of the Su-
Live Oak- : Doc. 6, Hev. Raymond of /
and said unto them Suffer the bad erect of "fnions." "Twenty Theressa: Moore, D.. forward : In the army at Fort Kenning.! Ca., '\
wannee River Press Association little children to rums unto good brick-layer\ Siurko conducted the funeral servic.'s. (U homo spending. the month with 1
me. a Trlest J..
years ago
Ocala The Florida guard; Moore H.,
tiled on State Hoard of Health : tax assessors she wax kind and good, .
association and forbid them not; for of such would lay 2000 bricks a day and center: ; Russ, W. Corwlrll1001"; \ his parents. \Mr. and Mrs ( L. i
he ?
In energetically and vigorously may opposed to and all who knew her loved her
put
in is the kingdom of God. 15. Verily receive about four dollars but e..A., guard. Carter.
the
of the new-
spirit
and stamp out malaria. :! state compulsory and this was shown by the boautl-
Mr. and Mrs. }
Lemon Norman
tax return law, but a resolution : I say unto you Whosoever shall\ now tho "Union" workman receives This being the first match game ful floral offerings.
not receive the a kingdom of Codas about $1 1..00:! 1 per' day and played! at the home court the spent Saturday night with her
passed the
at annual There ho "
Madison -' J. W. Pate the pop- con will Sunday school every -
vention here a little child he shall\ not enter Is fined( by the "Union" It he lays hoys were proud find! showed\ their mother, Mrs Maggie/; Browning. {
declares/ that the '
derided assessors afternoon at the
Ford has to Baptist nt
ular agent: go : realize therein 16. And ho took them up more than 1000 bricks for a day'swork gladness by putting forth good Mlmt Gladys( Carter Uarby Gas-
the beet cattle business and Its uncliangeablllty 3:00: : o'clock.\ vKveryone Is Invited.
into thirty-two and "It Is the duty of the tax assessors in his arms. put his hands upon ," When our government establishes playing. Both ,tennis played ex to attend.Mr. kills and Owen Carter were visiting -
purchased
liar!' already them and blessed them.Prayer a "com mission"! to regulate cellent.Misses. here Saturday night.
Hereford heifers and a bull for his !! to enforce the law to ,the and \Mrs. .T. T K. Adklnx of ,
Misses
Normim
thegIIOXI
beat of their : Grant us Thy Spirit, railroads< etc. It usually Increases \ Ten'sfllI1nll Lucille Bennett Myrtle was
south of town. judgment and abil Hampton were visiting Mr.\ and
him! acre ranch of her Misses\ Pearl
Lord that each bea coii'n.
one of us may the wages; to elllllo'eeH.and entertained with a pound
ity. The resolution Mrs.
was passed J.I J. elRter/ Monday\
child of God and It by our guaranteed u rather large; dividend N'oriniin \Monday afternoon.Mr. .
at the prove party at (their home Saturday, evening -
closing Hussions \
of the Mr\ IhlvldIool'e)
Cloud The managerial : convention was a visitorto
St. .
following loving care of children. on the capital stock ( not nl- /; In honor of the T. C. U.. Starko D.irby GtixkliiB of Kvergreen:
term of government was abandon- warll1argumellts then makes Tuesday afternoon. Hl't'tlOU( attended church at llell-
ways paid for) and basketball
In which some of the delegates alleged boys. A larke number !Mr, ((1.] M. lliMiiuMt
ulteiul-
this week and Maynr-com-! r- -1 was
I
-I( here SCHOOL I II the public pay whatever is neededto tended! and bronn Saturday night
enjoyed also
mlKsloner: F. II. Chase become the that some posit Ions of the I SfXIlAV carry out those rulings. The nice games I Inx to business In Studio Tuosday.Mr. Mr. and \Mrs Willie Hudson and
law were impossible to enforce. a supper. Upon leaving they and Mrs.\ and !
I.HNSOX Clyde Hall
head of the municipality as
.u. Live employer uliould furnish reasonably told the hostess how Hob Hudson of Wlldwood wero
I I they enjoyed
lI.ovlded In the new charter. I safe and comfortable working the even lug./; daughter/ Manilo, spent,' Sunday In i visit I Ing Mr. and Mrs. J. 8. Norman I-
Hollywood Sturke with Ills brother, hl\ r. lien
Airs M. E. Bowman Sunday night.
For I>:2 ) conditions and pay fair wapl'lI.anll ; Miss Hilda' Sullivan spout Saturday hail and ZephyrhilU Blrmln ham capitalists 05, Jacksonville, was killed the laborer should give a full night and Master David Mrownlng !spent! 4
Sunday with: Miss
controlling 2.000 acres of lUid'J. H. Meranville also of Jacksonville Subject: The Christian Spirit In honest day's work for the day's Alma. Lee. Alias| Until ZelKler sppnt \Monday Saturday night with his friends, ,,

underlaidwith \ was Injured when the Industry: night In Hampton with Alice Grace I n
land near Zephyrhills automobile pay. But all should regard; the Mrs. Ruby Gaines of (Gainesville 0th inn and Truman Norman.

phosphate and other rock are in which they were riding: Golden Text: ,"As ye would Golden Hule, "Do unto others ns spent the weekend with her Adklns.t --.
for opening collided with a truck parked on that men should do to you, do ye -.-
onslderinjf plans up
would have them do unto
you father Mr. G. M. llennelt.Mr. I Itiilldlng permits In Tallahassee\
rock quarries on the property In the federal highway near Ojus also! to them likewise. Luke 6 : you." L. C. Zelgler of Gainesville. .............. .........I for hotel, apurlinenl and restaurant -

the near future. about daybreak today. Meranvlllo. 31. was visiting his parents \hit and( construction issued through
leading of Lesson Texts: Duet. 24:14: 15 : WOODLAWNMNH :1
a convoy new automobiles -
:Mrs. J. J. Zelgler Sunday architects board of State Hotel
Clearwater The industrial from Jacksonville to Miami Eph. 6:1-0: ; Tim. 61719.: flitSlit"1'1'ItI.INServices : : <> ; | ;Mjrllro .N'oniuui, C'ur, .
Miss Agnes; Joyer has/ boon visiting Commission totaled $((110,000 in _
committee of the Clearwater cham- la said to have made anlln8UI'CeS8fill Topic for the lesson; Applyingthe /; s .
Is negotiatingwith attempt to avoid hitting the Golden Rule In all branched! of Sunday December 15lh, her sister, Mrs.\ Clyde Hall! ........................ October, according; to Commission
ber of commerce mid family but Is visiting; \Mrs. er Den II. IloHtaln.IllKliway 1
a large lumber concern Interested truck, and to have crashed Into it, Industry but the individual and as. follows: Hornsby at Penney Farms thin \Mine Dehblo IMillUpx: who Istonchlng No. 5-A from Mayo to
his corporate employer toward those 10 a, m. Sunday school, J. M.
In establishing a plant wrecking car and crushing week. school Miixvlllo\ spent Itrunford will bo surfaced with

here for the manufacture of crates Mrs. Ilowman. Tim truck was said employed; by those who are em- Truby /III pt. Mr. and \Mrs Charles Foray) the week-end with her parents : Itlrnilngham slag.Jacksonville .

and other materials of wood\ to be parked without lights. ployed toward their work and their 11 a. m. Morning worship sermon Otto Duboso and Miss Dennis Clov- Rev and \Mrs. 11. L. 1'lillllpn. -- Installation of

employers; by the employers and by the pastor, "The Unspeakable J. S. Norman Mr. and Mrs. O.
ersettle and Mrs. W. A. Jones storm sewer under way on Lam bell\
New Smyrna A development Macclenny A warranty deed the workmen toward the people (1 lift I were, visitors to Starke Saturday.Mr. J. Phillips and hills\ Debbie Phillips avenue In Murray Hill for distance -
who buy and use their products.The 6:30: m. ChrlHllati Endeavor: "
similar to the 1,000 Islands of the I was recorded In the clerk"s ofllce: p. I). \"'. \Moore was In Starko were transacting business In of about half a mile.! 4
rights of all these classes are topic. "What Hour Young People -
has been start- Gainesville Sunday afternoon
Lawrence river \
St. Macclenny a few days ago embracing Saturday on business.
.
Involved. ? .. .. .
and Its\ L. II. Hill of Lawty! was a business --- --------
ed In New Smyrna surrounding 78,403 acres of land lyIng Mr. Otto DuboHe and Mrs. Julia
territory in the Halifax In Baker and Columbia counties The employer should pay his 7:30: p. m. Evening; worship Forsyth visited 1Irs.V.. A. Jones visitor hero !Monday morning u

river by the East Coast Island as- from. the Columbia FarmLands employees reasonable wages song; and sermon. Sunday !Miss Pearl und Mildred Normanwere Say it with Flowers
promptly and treat all employeeswith Prayer meeting Wednesday at
the of
guests their (cousins
sociation. Corporation to the United Mrs. C(>I'1lIanalre\ visited her ... .
fairness and 7:30 ---------
States government the consideration courtesy. : p m. mother Myrtle\ 'and \Mamie Lou Norman
of It Is said that at the time Christ! Tho Christmas exercises of the Saturday. richly nlKht.Mrs. .
Safety Harbor The task: being 39201765. This Mr. E. K. 1'0wo1alld\ Kenneth Flowers For All
was born more than half the Sunday schol will he held Sunday
people \ .
) ('unle Carrol' Iluby Nor-
to St. Petersburgwill
piping water tract of fine timber and upland Powell returned to (heir homo In
in the world were slaves. Exodus evening December 22. man were the guests of Mr. and
run to approximately $3,000- clay sub-soil!! land lies about three Miami Sunday after a visit hero occasioll3IERTIIUIE
1:13: 14, says "The Egyptians Everybody: welcome to all our
Mrs J.
S. Norman
000. At Odessa there will be put miles north of the town of Olustee with friends and relatives. Friday morn- .
made the children\ of Israelto services ----------
in thirty wells and the company where the largest Florida, battle of Monday afternoon Theressu T. Ing.
with rigour. And they -*
guarantees to deliver to the Sunshine the war Between the states was serve C. U., again "showed, I heir ability 1IIsMIary\ Alvarez Ida Mao, (; GODBEYANDERSON; ,
made their lives bitter with hard
I and Mdith: Conner and Curl ,
n.\ Iloslor
City 10,000,000 gallons of tought. It runs west into Colum- 1'1'IH'l' by out vinurtlng( mid outplaying
bondage. The Jews held slaves
Frank Norman and Melvin Fntch t
water dally. bia county about 60,000 acres be- Keys)ono hoys on I the Tlwressa
even of t their own people see Lev. Sunday school at lOa. m. J. F. I intruded "rhnrrll ill llrllbrollll Satnrdiiv -
-- ng In Duker county. The government court. At the half Theretom wan Phono 30 Waldo, Fla
25-30-21. At this time legalized; I
Gainesville Sale of a chain will use this land for refor- has almotit KIrkliler, supt. holding/; keystone scoreless( the : n Kin '.'-----------:0'

of local and nearby filling stations estation and scientific preservationof slavery But even yet, "The great disappeared.mass of Worship: at 11 a. m. .and 7:30: p. score being T. C. U., 4, Keystone Ih \ Hlancliurd of Lawtey( pas

by MaJ. W. II. Thomas to the timber. the world's burden bearers"' have m. 0. Third quarter Keystone ...._.._..__._.__.._._._.._.__.__.__.__.._._.__...:
Shell Petroleum interests was announced 11. Y. i P. U. at 6:30: p. m. smashed their
up score to 12.:! T .
lived In poverty, "while: the few
here. The transact Ion, TIMIV WJIiaU'LK; : have lived In luxury." I Lust Sunday we had u helpful C. U., ever wuthcfiil\ and 1 playing .1 I

said, to Involve $100,000 cash is 1 program put on by a team from. hard had I the game at the close TRADE IN
There should be classes of .
believed to be the largest single New train schedule as follows: no the II. Y. P. U. of Wood lawn Baptist 16-12.
people, unless bused on the Inrtustry -
property transfer consumated, on a No. I. southbound local due church Jacksonville under' Misses! Teresa and Lucille Hen l j
honesty and charity of
ash basis locally for several years. Storke. 11.14 p. m. each Individual. the direction of Miss LuughlngIIOUHO. ;- nett entertained al their home ,

No. 11, southbound local due This. visit of our young I
\Vo should all be Industriousand I II
Tavares In excess of $12,- Starko ,11:13: a. m. people from the city was very 1 Your I Ii
do our share of the wOI'hI'swork.
000 In back taxes will be collectedas No.3. southbound limited due much appreciated. Refreshments
Both employer( and employee COFFINS & CASKETS
the result of the work of the Starke !>:39: a. m. were served at the parsonage by

county tax adjustment board on No. 107 Miami limited due should be honest giving our B. Y. P. U. social\ committee. Ami it full I.hie nf N/ :
/ i1Y
full\ value for what we receive. In ,
applications handled to date. An Starke. 1:10: p. m. Mid-week service Wednesday' at Old1
answering a working girl's Inquiry Undertakers Supplies;
adjourned session of the adjustment No. 191 southbound limited 7:30: p. m.
1)('. Cad man says, "We all
board will be held December due Starke, 10:37: p. m. -+- ..UTOMOIHLI; : iu.usi; ; i
need to forget that we are fenced r
4 to consider additional applica No.2. northbound local, due .. ..
off into groups and to remember FIUST CIIIJISTIAX C'Ht'KC'r tl'tn, on llnnil. Thv hr t .
tions. Starke, 5:35: a. m. .erle. nt lit.. liMtput. i'rli*.*.. f
that we are one family.
No. 12. northbound local, due Our lesson says "Thou shalt Bible School and communion "|><*<'lill fltlrnllim to trfrltrniillorder Tires

Orlando Construction of a Starke 3:05: p. m. 1 services each Lord's Day at 10 *
not oppress a hired( servant that Is
chain of citrus canning factoriesand No. 108 northbound( lmlted: poor and needy at his day thou o'clock. III-:ISTKIII-I, IIMI.111:11: r'I' ,

cold storage plants throughout due Starke, 5:41: p. m. : shalt give him his hire neither Church services morning and DEWITT C. JUNES

Florida's fruit belt is IndicatedIn No. 4, northbound limited due shall the !sun! go down upon it for evening of tho first Sunday In MI'IIKIn.intuit; For New

numerous Inquiries received by Starke, 7:13: p. m. he 14 poor snd setteth his heart each month by the pastor, Bro. I II

the chamber of commerce from i Stin-ke, &; Wan mi". upon ItVhen a laborer works Dixon. of Jacksonville Ii

have become No. 101 leaves Stnrke 7 a. m., I
northern capitalists who -
by the day or week and has a famIly I
, financing these No.' 102 arrives 2:40: I p. m. dally
interested in
to support and the employer TilE NERVE, BLOOD AND SKIN SPECIALISTSriifiMl I
projects and have sent representatives except Sundays.T. then refuses or delays to pay his

to the state. J. Clrlffln. .......... '. Stock clearance offer
wages a great wrong Is commit We lly tin IntrrtlrwlMrnir ?Ili %rry *n.1: r *r front any urn lid rhruul..1I for nhlrh It..> ho.e barn eel bar! tit emit n .......
Blue HIM Lines ted. Perhaps the laborer has obtained \\'4- hnr drvHrd l ntnuf >rnr. t<. th. *r.*itlii'.itt n"o.! .."' ....**, I
special Drive in old tires and we'll take them in
Jacksonville Three .. . on your
food on (credit expecting to 1 hronlf nnl Mnrlnl DIMPIIM***, nml otter f Ih rick tuiil ntf llrl t * 'xounilans: Into Florida have been NOl.thbound-8:59: a. in., 1:58p. : urn M|..rlnllNt* In IIi I* Iliir of IM.*IIMI>... 4'.>iiMiilf nllon. -vfimlitn. t toll. and. nI.i, .j
with his and Is thus for and will that
Goodyears
ray wages .. part payment new see
8:28 5:10a. : ttlll riot you nodiltiur. 'I h. rlllrlrm-r' of our Iliur-trlrtl ami |irrff i>l *<| :
authorized by the Weuterp I'as- m., 4:30: p. m., : p.1I1. made to appear dishonest. method.* her lieen |.roeii. and our e\ierl*.nr<. .tlb Rita ..1.,... el tibia.. ...
anger Association, Truck Lftie As- m. the II".. Ihr rndarrrnrn. (. Itt h.. many ..h. hap barn .nieil ami ltr.u.Ml the allowance is a generous one.It's. .
But perhaps greatest -
11:37a. oPPI'esHlon l bark. to lienlth nml ltii|'ilnenM. ohiMilil. tnlte rn"lldena.. I
-oclallon and Central Passenger Southbound-9:37: a. m., : ............ ..... ..
of wage earners has been In \\# H..> nut trent litrurnhle .11. \' f Inn nil .1".1.V.>
Association, according to advices m., -1:07 p. m.. 6:37: p. m.. 11:30: ; Mtier *NMfnllr 1 trrnt IthenmntlMiti, ('nlurrhn nil fortim. Nrlntlfii <*itll 54,*..e.. I I poor business to go around on worn, slippery k t
thq large corporate enterprises I'rllnttrn. I rlt ,1. Id. si n btrlt., lpllrpny. illMenne1 women.ermiM.. H I per in1 '
"received by the Florida State p.' m. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. tires when at these great savings can have Good. ,
where there Is almost no communication and et itf rnrteil iHteit **. 111"* *! nml Mklti tllnenneM, f>l e **** >f lh N1 jii <' J j jMter you
('ha mbar of Commerce. The N the anil Nl""r". Illuiltler. nml Intentlne**, IU-n. ..ri* of >l.*". Nrr rue.. .ml i iHplnnl
between employer Tires with the famous All-Weather Tread whose
SANTA (' Il':'rTEat4: nlVeelliMiN.. '.11... ureil Inn I Kntfe) I'1..w Iii. \nrlii..e \ rln* nml Ula.l letiweM t year ,
lal rates are operated December and the employed, where the .., the eY... \....e nod Thront. '1'.. tho*.* nimble fo mil nf our olllce. I 4 1
". 1929 March 14 and April 19, : workmen becomes only a cog In \.e tvlll Kindly. Mend cou.ullnlliin lilnuk or ............. Muniliiyhour*. I t.'fllm. p. deep, sturdy rubber blocks grip every road and add !;
I Lawtey Fla., Dec. 10, 18nDear 9 tu ;biro p, ....
1930. one wheel of the vast machinery tremendously to safety as well as comfort. ..
I old Santa: PUBLIC )HEALTH EXTENSION INC.
ol the factory. Head Paul's re- ,
Ocala .. The greatest activity yet I studying hard In school
am
We rifer these special savings only until Saturday.See .
quest of Timothy to "Charge them 131 West Heaver Street
registered on the Martin and Tay- and I want you to come and bring
that are rich In this world that these low prices. Come see the tires themselves
lor livestock yard was In evidence me a little car and train with J.ucksonville, Florida ,

Tuesday morning when a total of tracks and a gun. And bring me they be not hlghmlnded that all factory-firsts.
be rich In
that they
do good
they
157 head of hogs were brought In lots of candles nuts and fruits. I "

by the farmers from Marlon and at want to see you Christmas night. good works. -- --- I
But there is another side to
least one other county. Those Bring me some small toys which
hla question. The laborer has obligations -
bringing In hogs for the market you want me to have and a nice ,
f
also.
showed the large area covered a story book. Our lesson, nets out a good rule NOTICETax o'flA' 1

clear indication! It was said that From Little \V. S. Rivers '
"servants be obedient to them
the becoming In-
facilities are
masters In the flesh
creasingly and favorably known. Lawtey. Fla., Dec. 10, 1929 that. not are with your eye service but Certificate Sale NEW PRICES ON PATHFINDER TIRES EFFECTIVE -

Santa Claus:
Dear .
with good will doing service 'S''
Jacksonville J, A. Tayttuso I am wondering where you are And ye roasters, do the same ; OCTOBER 15: 192'JIlallixm
disinfectant manufacturer here tonight. I want you to be sure and 2nd 1930 ,
things unto them knowing that Beginning; 10 o'clock a. m. January .

had a close call tonight when he come to see me Christmas. your master also Is In heaven; all outstanding State Tax Certificates( (in Bradford High Pressure
frontof to bring me a big
started to light a cigar in I want you

a building In which he operates doll carriage, a school set of pencils neither with Is him.there" respect of per- county, with subsequent and omitted taxes 29x I.-to _. .__ $ 5.90 30.x 3 1.2 reJt.. __ $ 5.03; f f2hl.50

his business. An ezplolslon, which and some small toys you can .sons The great corporations on the thereon will be offered for sale to the highest ___ __ 6.614 30x312overslze_ 5.19 ',

hurled debris from the front of give me. And bring me Iota of one hand and the labor unions on bidder according to law at the Clerk's office in JOxl.50 __ ___ 6.7:1: 31d. __ _ 9,0.! ;;

the building all the way across the fruits candles and nuts. other hand cause most of the :30x) ,1.75 -- __ MA5 32xl 1 ._ _ 9.75

Street, and Taythuso himself to Mary Rivers. the labor controversies today. Both the court house in Starke Florida. A Rood investment 2h5.00! 8.58 taxi: : I ,- 10.3; i

the middle of the street, was almost good and useful when man- yielding large returns. A chance to pick upa Wx5.00: _. ._ R.75 :32d 1.2. 1:1.6: ;

Instanteous with the Ignitionof Personal bridge score pads make are 30xS.2j; 9.9 3ixl: I 1.2 11.15
aged In the right spirit but both piece! o< land cheap. Investigate. Buy and help
the match The building was Ideal Christmas Gifts. Four padsof when the :UxJ.2J; ; _.. ._ .. 10.:1: ; Ux,1: 1-2 __ __ 14.79

destroyed by fire. It was a two- 25 sheets each with name or are dangerous seek the greatest amount corpora of your slat, and county; tax!: liens are ahead of'all ::12xfj.no IJ.75: 30x5 II. D. R ply 20.6;) :.

story brick house.Apalachicola monogram printed at top for Fla.only 1 service tion for the smallest pay. or the others. 32,6.50 __ 15.60 32x6 II. 1) 10 ply 36.25; .
Starke,
believedto $1.00._ Telegraph. 1 labor union Insists on the greatest Sale continues from day to day until all sold. I

Fire. Winter Garden Plans discussed : pay for the least and poorest ser

has' have just started partially from destroyed a faulty flue the street for widening along property north side limits of of Plant old I greed vice. and Both selfishness are often actuated resulting by In G. W. AldermanCLERK "Ritch's Service Station I


Convent of Our Lady, Catholic high wages for the labor union and ,, w l.
school here. The damage partially hotel building. CIRCUIT COURT I
the interests '
for corporate
proflta STARKE FLORIDAJ.'IUDy.
Key West Work of reconditioning great ,
was estimated }
covered by Insurance.
thus bringing an Intolerable
local Pan-American air- 'v
Ore which 1 ,
at 16,000. The rapidly burden upon the great mass ,
broke out yesterday, was dlllConr..o port procreating I




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PAGE rotni __BRADFORD__.__COUNTY.__TrLEfcRArn____, STAHKK.___}-_nonn_________. _. _______. ____itirtAY.__,_ECKMUKU_. _:.. .. _: _is._1'!.2l) i ii I
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lI ..0'c1ock. This recital will include Per Waldseo Berger rated with roses, ferns and Japon- \ ,

I Dilly pupils In the /first'' six II;ra.dUII.I Intermezzo Op. 118 Brahms casAt I II I
-A All parents and patrons of the Barcarolle, No. 3 __..._ Rubenstein the close of the meeting asocial I
l ci school are invited to attend llo('hers Inaccessiblea (((17th century hour was enjoyed with refreshments -!: !

I ) -._ Composer unknown the order of the evening .I
:MRS. KTIHMSIIU: : ; <'KI.K. EutehdoK-voua lo carillon du verre, !'
I
IUUTI'Hl;/! th I IUKTIIIMY WITH Composer unknown. J I If
nml>(.PAUTY PAUTY (in'KX: UY OArOHTKIl; : Kola Epala ((17th century Lully JACKSONVILLE; TO QI.r"JOI.JYWOOf :
__ I Mazurka, Op. 59, No. 3 ) itivftrOpcit : f

The Woman' ('Jul1.' was the Mrs R. H Barbour entertained Etude, Op. 25, No. 7 Chopin I
scone of a lovely affair, Saturday Friday evening with a party honoring Polonaise, Op, C E3 jit the Imperial Thontro for
'w afternoon when Mrs. J.' A. Saul her mother, Mrs. Angle Sea Fever _. Ireland 7 ]begs nu" lcc<'inti'i' J ill

Mrs.\ Juntus Smith Miss Ethel Sternberg, who celebrated her flue Are Her Byes Watts \ tit
t Crlffln. Mips MInnie Cruber, Miss eightieth birthday at this time The Bitterness of'Love ___ Dunn II This new musical extravaganza P
Madge\ Middleton and Miss Hazel During the evening novel games To Mary White proves to. be a sensational followup l'11+
Mlddleton entertained t their were enjoyed and later a delicious! -Inez Hale MacDuff In Talla- for the immensely) popular' '

friends at an auction bridge party. refreshment course was served. hassee State. News, December Cth. "The Broadway Melody" Desln"-: !'
a The club rooms were tastefully Fifty guests were invited to' ed on the order of sumptuous\
decorated Jn keeping with the season share the hospitality: of Mrs. Bar Broadway revue, it contains not
ELECTION: n OI''FICEitMOF ; /!
Hanging from a prettily bour and to be with Mrs. Stern- WOODMEN: CIRCLE: only the pick of the song, dance .
docorated Christmas tree were favors burg at this time.-Times-Union, and monologue talent from the;
Dec. 8. M-C-M studio, but also a number
for each guest which were
The Starke Grove No. 278 of the
distributed by Paul naymon'i1.masquerading Woodmen Circle met at the Woodmen of outstanding: stage celebrities. ,I

as Santa Claus MCNI.1LItlCIT.tl4);. AT IK.. W. hall at 7:30: o'clock Tuesday Twenty news songs mako their (
At the conclusion of the games C. appearance In this 1 production
evening, Dec 10th to attend( to
Sammy Lee, who staged a number -
totalled and prizes
acores! were
business matters and also for the I
awarded Mrs Edward Burns of Zeigfeld shows as well as,
A program worthy of wider recognition election of officers.
2 i holder of high, received a door than. it will receive was Mrs. Inman, guardian, presided other New York musical productions -
stop. Mrs. W M. Wainwright, I presented last evening In the audi- at the meeting with all officers In was in charge of the chorus
v holder of second was given a torium of Florida State College for their chairs. Sixty-tour membersand of seventy-two carefully selected

modernistic lamp, while Mrs. Joe Women by 0. Wade Ferguson, visitors were present together girls and boys and has turned out / I Ir
I Hoover was consoled with a baritone, and Mona Alderman, with a number of Juniors. ensemble numbers that could not !
handkerchief case pianist, members of the faculty of The officers were seated by the be beaten on any stage Harry ,
I li Those assisting the hostesses In Rah unit producer, has accomplished -
the school of music Mr. Ferguson degree team In a very efficient
r looking': after the pleasure of the comes to Tallahassee from! New manner. The visitors and Juniors I something for which he
guests were Miss Annie !Mae York City, where he has sung reg- were then presented at the altar' may well be proud.'Singin' ]
1 V Pearce, Miss Lois Colley, !Miss Eva ularly on radio programs and as a and received grand honors. in the Rain" is the
Marcoto! and Miss Hazel Ad.klns.\ I church soloist. Prior to that he The captain of the degree team outstanding song': number, there
1 The following players and tea Portland are a dozen songS' which prom so I
taught and sang In Ol'egon. then took charge of the Initiatory
I
I I guests were served a tempting salad for a number of years. Miss work and with the help of the degree to become hits. Tremendous ap-\
course: Alderman Is well known In TallamsHeo team several candidates were plans was given the "Orange Blos-,

Mesdames E L. Biggs': R. J. as a teacher and pianist, Introduced to the different phases som" number and the I r Ce '
Davis, A S. Crews, T. B. Massey and she returns to Florida State of Woodcraft. drill specialty. Interspersed with' III' w 1
S. L. Peek, J, L. Peek, Eugene College for Women after a year's Under new business the Circle tho scenic gorgeousness: and snappy !

yl Griflln! of Jacksonville, Helen Reynolds leave( of absence for study and planned to entertain the Juniors melodies are comedy "gags" I
y of Jacksonville, lone Lnmls oach'ng: in Cincinnati Conserva- with a Christmas tree along witha that had tho audleme' in convul-I j

of Jacksonville T J. Alderman, tory of Music where she bas beena short program to be held at the sions.
J' J, E. Corpening. Lillian Thorntonof ot Among the stars and famous I i
pupil Marclan Thalberg. hall on Dec. 19th. After a discus-
Jacksonville, C. A. Knight, L. stage personages who appear are I
The program was unusual. It sion, however, the Circle decided
D VinIng H. C. Hitch, O. L. Beas- was not arranged for popular appeal -' to make the tree general, to Include Marion Davies, Anita Page '
lay, J. L. Frazee C. A. Futch Joe but for an expression of refined the Circle members. sie Love and Charles King: 1It'.I'.I'
Hoover, J. E.}VIlson, A. :Z.: Adklns beauty. Miss Alderman In Accordingly names were drawn trio who scored so heavily

J \V. Andrews, Jr., J. M. Duvla, her opening number, the Debussy and sovereign, Santa Clans will "The Broadway Melody", Joan I
R. :F. Demurest, D. A. Monlleth, Ballads, seemed to give the keynote rule the hall at the next meeting Crawford John Gilbert, Wllllni"'
T. T Long, D. P. Carpenter, IJ. 8. of the evening of "poetry." The Starko Winners degree team Haines, Conrad' Nagel, Buster

Carrol, Fred Borland of Gaines Even her climax number, the of the Circle, has been Invited by Keaton, Norma Shearer, Karl
'vine W, Wainwright, B. M.\ Chopin Polonaise Op. 63, was given both Penney Farms and High Dane George K Arthur Owen
Johns, C. U WJsky: P. fi. Ca- a poetic, reading Springy, to Install the officers of Lee, Marie Dressier Polly Moran
nova, Jr., 0, L. Haynes J. C. Rob- Mr. Ferguson has that vocal tho Woodmen of the World. "Ukelele Ike" (Cliff Edwards),
Insou, J. H. Hitch St., J. U. Boring the Brox twisters, Nata: rha Nattovn,
pearl of great price, clear enumi- :The following were elected of-
: of Gainesville, Geo. Jolly of cation, and his singing bears the ficers for the coming year: Past Jack Benny, the Albertlnu Rasch
y Waldo, Macoo\ Hicks of Waldo, !stamp of arduous study, continual Guardian, SOY. Sllcox, Guardian ballet and the n mders.

Claude Sparkman of Waldo, C). N. application and strict adherence toa Sov. Inman, Advisor, Sov. Shiver, I
Canova, of Waldo, O. M Inman, high) / standard of musicianship. I Outer Sentinel, Sov. Ethel !Moore MKI ()to' THANKS: :/!

( C. P Frank, AVade Kennedy, lie Is evidently a singer" who would I Inner Sentinel, Sov. Summers!!!, We wish to thank all\ the kind I
Misses\ : Lucille Mitchell, Geivaae! under no circumstances sacrifice Attendant Sor Amy Mooro,' Assistant friends and neighbors who soyhidorly

V Hobby of Auburndale, Hazel Kick- bin artistic ideals. Ills manner I Attendant, Sov. Thomas, assisted us during the Illness -

.' liter, Fredrlka Struth, Eunice 1 I" academic, rather than that of Banker, SOY. Williams, Auditor and death of our dear mother,
r ik1nn! Virginia Weeks Mary ) concert artist, but he has the Sovs.: Hunt, May, Thomas Cap- also all who contributed such love ,'f. "
the '
i ., :. .jt :; ; '''ii"r.ff ::Iff! : :. ,'.l '.). ', ./ eta
Caneva, MaBelle >Fore, Harriet U'-puHflenslon: which comes from tain Sov. Hayes, Junior Sup. Sov. ly flowers for the funeral. We I :

Rltrh. Tea guests were: Mrs. W. years of musical experience in va- Powell, Chaplain, SOy. Kimball, enpeclally thank l>rs. Biggs and .
O Hale! Mrs. A. W. Anderson, noun! fields We feel that we Musician\ Sov Elij-abejh Kendrick Middleton for their untiring ef- .

Mrs. J. M Mitchell Mrs W. E. could saCely. Venture a !guess that Chairman of Publicity, Sov forts to relieve her great suffer I
Middleton, Mrs. E. S, Matthews he la a teacher of exceptional abilIty Overstreet.The ing. MeNult Offers
Misses May Patchett and Jerry And that he holds a lamp of hall was tastefully deco Mrs J. S. Klmball and family. I .

McClellan of Jacksonville musical inspiration to guide his -
I
1- pupil's) \ footsteps. I ., -- -- .-=.;", ., ..;.. =-". 1 '
,
YIInIIII116lu1u01luWiii illp a I. I6I Ill IIJl uauNII111pIlUIItlWnaI III IYiI aa1Y115a IlaIYWIIpPI/W/
f.'II.LDOYI.KMrs. Mona Alderman la wellknownto $

Tallahassee' audiences, having ; SHIRTS SHOES FOR ALLHANDKERCHIEFS .. TIES E'E'L
Fay Prescott Gill received a BT A., B. Mand post Y4\ '
Announces the approaching mar- graduate diploma at Florida" State I.. GLOVES TOYS
riage of he.r College. She has had several perIods '

daughterMildred of subsequent study at the r SLIPPERS BELT SETS CLOTHINGBATHROBES
Violato Cincinnati Conservatory of Music

This was her first public program PAJAMAS SUSPENDERSDRESSING -
Mr. J, D. Doyle, Jr.
since her last year of absence. ) "
on the eighteenth of December Miss: Alderman's entire programwas r ,/0 HOSIERY GOWNS SWEATERS .'
nineteen hundred and twenty- Interpreted with color. There

: nine was refinement and intellectualityIn ,. f

Starlie, .Florida. her Interpretations. She felt CLTHES for men arc a neccsnames in to our store, and you'll

JSTJ -Ot'ISIlJo1J'ISITOHS; number.(tha atmosphere.. ilia 'of"Reflets the Debussy clanalnau" .,:.j; \ sity (it's the law), p.;you're sure find yourself checking oft the '
/!WJIT: : SirOKTINO; : OK -. -- with ,
1 was replete with the play names grea'; satisfaction,;
WOSIN'S: CLUB: of lights and shadows with an occasional (' sM to hit the target in giving, apparel one by one. Why satisfaction ? :,;;

light splash In the pool I Christmas Gift. '
The regular meeting': of the The Brahms "Intermezzo" was : as Because the merchandise is so )

Woman's Club of Starke was held beautifully given. Bring your list of ,masculine good. Prices so pleasing. JI
In the clubhouse af
Wednesday
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Miss Alderman plays with a "
ternoon.
grave deliberation which indicates
After the business Mrs
meeting serious devotion to her art, and
O. O. Williams, of 0,
vice-president 1
her 'performance was marked by '
Section 4, gave a very pertinenttalk ofE'
delicacy of shading, a flue perception v '
service and ,
on community on of tonal values, and technical A
the requirements for being 100
a ability of the high order which .
per cent club member.A .
permits: ua to forget the mechanics :
musical selection by Miss F
ot piano playing In ouriabsorptlon, !
f Louise Thede was enjoyed after /
with its deeper meanings Her J
which !Miss Lois Adklni delightfully -
first group was selected from the ,
entertained the audience\ of the modern
French composers
I Ir.t It
with two readings. The octette otthe'Voman's
school, and her reading was distinguished iiA'i3
Club accompanied by
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and
by an appreciation
Mrs. H. V. Knight and directed by
recognition of tho Intricate har- Ply
Mrq. A Z. Adkins gave two very ii i
monic structure of these compositions -
pleasing selections.
.t For her second number she w
Mrs J, 0, Leonardy, state president )
played the Brahms Intermezzo,
of the D. A K.. and presI-
Opus 118 and a Rubinstein barcarolle 1Y I I
dent of the Florida State Leagueof lii beautifully balanced lll&l: i llillflir\ .


speaker tho Women subject of Legislature the Voters, "Glimpses afternoon., was" the of Taking main the rhythm.ber Miss was AUlerman'H a group from closing Chopin num- I II ]JT S r \\\) ]ffi1ilV\ V J U .

Florida she delivered .
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Mi' Ferguson wing a group ot ; ;
In her own Inimitable manner Gorman concert songs, a group of '
a very concrete picture of the last I M ; IJ.I' g' .s
17th century French songs, and a l\\
Florida legislature in session, !Mrs. V//I !
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Leonardy because of her breadth modern group of English, and he A man must have Shirts-\vell-dresseil man | II -
was equally at home in each language .
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of knowledge discoursed with must have well-tailored Shirts. And so there'snothing I

equal She assurance that and all accuracy. The program was as follows: I that will give him greater delight as a S Potatoes _________ 10 pounds, 35c Swift's Jewel Lard, compound: 12c ,
urged vote
women Ballade ______-, ______ Debussy Christmas gift, than a fine broadcloth, French S '
and see that honest able legislators -
be sent to Tallahassee, as the Reflets clans I'Eau' ____ Debussy percale or woven madras fashioned in the Choice Apples _--.1 pounds, 25c Charmer Coffee _________ ___ 21c
Wan let Liebe? _______,,__ Oani ,
reflection type of legislator on our citizenry.Bent Is a direct Die Hexe ____ ________.. Blenes modern manner. Cranberries _____ ______ Quart, 25c Salmon, Pink Alaska __ 2 for, 35c

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HONORS: "' ''Y. .\IUn.; s SENSIBLE CHRISTMAS GIFTS Maxwell House Coffee -:...-- --- 41c Smoked Bacon __________,- 20c

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Mrs. H. II. Young delightfully Gather; eggs from your i I Best Lean {White Bacon ------JJc.. Hams, Shankless _________ __ 25c ,
entertained In honor of, Mrs. J. O. hensVegetables Bathrobes Sweaters Gloves i

Lenoardy of Sanford with a luncheon Bread-----3 loaves, 25c Tomatoes ..___________ 5 cans, 40c
at the Magnolia Cafe Wednesday from your Slippers Dressing Gowns Mufflers 4} I

at 1 p. m Those Invitedto own Garden Guaranteed Flour __ 21 Ibs., $1.00 Van Camp's Milk, tall __ 3 for 25c

be her guests besides Mrs. Milk from your own cows. Tics Hosiery Pajamas \ i
Leonardy were: Mrs. K. M. Johns. Palm Olive Soap __ 6 bars, 4Qc SUGAR ___ ____._u 10 pounds, 55c
Wood from for-
your own
Sweaters Socks Suspenders
president of the Woman's Club of
Starke; Mrs. D. E. Knight, Mrs.J est Cream Cheese pound, 30c Hams-Picnic _______ pound, 21c ,
E. Corpenlng, Mrs. Edward King of your own man Rath Robes Handkerchiefs Overcoats

Burns, Mrs. O. L. Haynes and Mrs. sion

T J. Alderman. GET THE HABIT OP BUYING AT Store
McNulty's

JIEC1TAI.. G. M. Inman THE BARGAIN STORE I

The music pupila of Mrs F. }1. I
Long and the expression pupil of PHONE 62 CORNER CALL & THOMPSON
Miss Hazel Middleton will give a Starke, Fla. We'clothe the whole family for less money

J recital Friday afternoon at three I rl, uwmsllwamrwslnwllsmm.551IISUISnwSmRneommmma mrsmlmmllsnsnmmmmcmrssnsnmmsrsernrnmrrwnmmmr


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: !! your car QUALITY ihknpir than ever betnro Frank'lI i

Bits of Auto Laundry Phone 99. |I Our SPECIALS from Dec. 13th to 20th'V


[MerchandiseAt U The W. M. B. of the Methodist andprogram .wrr..w..- rrrnwrrrwr.w....riwrrr.rworr.-.... -.-..-.-.-,w.r..r.rrr..rrrr..rr.-..-.-..-"..
] church will hold a buslnuws I

Locfal NC*': ( .. mooting at the chnrih Maxwell: houseCOFFEE
; Monday' afternoon at 3:30.:

the same I Concerning Our People, Business and I Mr. and Mra. W. M. lodges l and r ... .' Pound? Caw 3, 43c I Yy54r.
that usually
you Roaa Klva and Classic
daughters
prices Progress of the County and Town. and/R. L. Thomas were In Gainesville -.-,.-,.--..-.-.-.-..-.-.--..-., -,r.w,.-..-.-..--.-.--,-.-,-,-r,-rw.r.dtoscdalc ..
the lowest grades. I till
, my for Saturday.. Jemima I Log Cabin Syrup

Our goods and prices K7 Sa447S SZ525.SZ2S'e.575'uZ e4S25'L252 ZZ u 525 r''L5252 25'2,5 Itoml Tar ruins perfect- paint it
Butter Pan Cake Flour Flavor
\VKATIIKR RKPORT; were in Jacksonville Sunday, job. We are equipped to remove Apple Maple
Leet any competition. Do tar without Injuring; the paint.

For week ending Dec. 11, 1929. Mr. and :Mra.<:Uftoii Brown of phon 5)9.) Frank's Auto Laundry.Mrs. I '
our Christmas shopping Dec. 4 54 26 Lawtey, moved lust week' to Tam No.2size12c 2 Packages! 25c 25c
Dec. 5 65 2T pa. N. Sternberg. Mrs J. W ,
this store. Jr., Mrs. J, K. Wilson ,. ,
d t Dec. 6 77 40 .05 Andrews Mr.MYnr.r-?---rrwrwl .rrrrrrrrnwr-rrr W-rr.rurrrrrr.r.YrrA w-rwnr?-rr-iarwnwe
Dec. 7 79 50 .58 New shipment Indies' coals and and Miss Ruth Sternberg; were In 1'
Dec. 8 67 61 .15 hats at Stump's.1'lrst Jacksonville Tuesday. Clear Brook
Dec. 9 77 03 I \ r rawr..rrrrrrwrriwrwrwn
ladies full fashioned Dec. 10 74 53 Rev and J. V. Robinson of Mr. and Mrs .T. M. Alvarez, Mrs[ Creamery! Butter -- Pound' Carton 47c

Dec 11 51 Tampa Shores were recent guests! D A. Montleth and daughter.; Margaret
lOse pure thread silk Total rainfall ________ .78 inLs of Mr. and Mrs.\ A. II. Harley Jr. and son Ralph Rhodes i' -,-.-.- .---..-.-.--.-.-rw rrrrrrr ,urw.rr.-..-,.-.,.. ,t

Bountiful Billc dresses H worth Mr. M. K. Brown of Tampa was spent Sunday In Orlando_ I Ktd Sour Pittcjl I A Good Grade Bradford County

$1.19Men's $11.50, sale price $4.95, Stum 's. visiting! ;; here and In La\\tey lust!: \M'K.iii: comfort ,rti-r I' ,
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Mr. and Sirs. Allen Thornton week. ----- TWOIISt"TI'Inn ;joinconn; :'! anil without riillousc-t MINK.! or'In Cherries for Pies RICE Sweet Potatoes F :

shirts all kinds we 'j In Jacksonville Tuesday. Aid to cars injured by roadtar. llli HOVT.ccr: > ,

guaranteed fast colorsMen's Mi i'. and Mrs. L. D. Vining spent! Frank's. Call Auto 99 Laundry.Mr. for speedy. service. Inn I pain Ing's foot\]>>riiK Moi'C.,Htoro.Mr. Only. bus at C.h'U\'C'\\I l 2 size 25c 41k l r r r w r ," 20c 5 pounds 15c .,

Tuesday In Jacksonville.! al
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$1.00 !\ and Mra. J. 11. Lawrence of J. I F. Klckllter, Mr. and j ----- --- -- -- -- --- --- ---- ------ /

Flue bargains In shoes for the Keystone Heights were In Starke Mrs. If. L. Brownloe nod daugh-I White Salt
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family at Stump's.Mrs. Tuesday. ter, Mary, were visiting n
Streak 0' Lean
So.the famous State Faun Sunday, BACONNoneSuch PV.IUC.
: r r r r w
J. It. Boring./ Jr., nt Gainesville Mrs I'enrl Snyder and I Mrs. W. Streak 0' Fat yA

Everwear brand was visiting here this week. M. Wlmberly and children<' spent Santa Clan: has selected the efl-flrrMrwr,, -rwr.-.rrru Vrrr, -. rrwr.rirrwo-r-rrrn.-1)Arrnwrwi,.-..-.-,.....-.-..-.-.-,N i *{I'
----- Saturday In Jacksonville Quality Store for his headquartersthis
!Miss\ Klva lodges) spent Tues-, year ORANGE PEEL i IrishPOTATOES I '

50c day In Jacksonville. Mr. James LtM'ls arrived from
Roanoke, Va., Wednesday for a Mrs. '' Harvey Long of Jackson 1ince Meat r I LEMON '
Fresh lot of gun sheila at Kick-. visit here. ville. l Is visiting her parents! AL PEEl: 'I qtr
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liter's. and :Mrs. W. M. Edwards here thin
Esautiful tics, all done up \
Gifts! for the whole family at week. g pkg. 1Sc I-41S.pkg."i4c 10 poufds. 38c
Mi1, and Mrs. E. II. Smith were Stump's. -fJZa ) -
Xmas boxes
in :
In Jacksonville Sunday afternoon.Mr. Revs\ and Mrs. W. 13. ]Dnughertvhave I -.-..-,.---..--..-..-.-..-.-.-..-..-.,-....,--,.-,.-.,-..-.-),-.-.-.-..-.-..-.-..--
flit. C. F. Lllchtield of Brooker returned from Knglewpod,
75c \ and Mrs. O. A. Price of was a visitor here Wednesday af 1'enn., and will spend l the winter 'ornpound 1 1I
Ocala, spent this week here. ternoon. '"t here. \ Presh' 'ID .J

ADD i OllhuS 25c.r
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Seed rye, rake end oats. J. F. Auto tops etc hlollll and cushion Cot and Mrs. r>. E. Knlalit:: Mr"\ I L Shipment 'i

Beautiful fancy pillows. IIlcklHer.:: covers M Leviton.! :2 Git II. V. Knight and little laughter\ ..-.-rwrwr-..-.-.-..-.-..-.-..-..-.-.,-.....,.--.-.rwrrwr-,.-.-.-,-.-..-,wawrw..-. .

fine for Xmas gifts Mr. D. C. Canon- was a visitor) Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Demo- Jacksonville.Mrs.Merry Beth., spent Tuesday in GibVstrk National Biscuit Blue Ridge ,I IP

!lore from lla'tord: Wednesday, ; rest visitors Jacksonville m______
were to JUNE PEAS j
I I or
$1.25 ; Thursday. <1. W. Marks and little and Beans Fruit Cake
Annetta'jj'jj; :
Miss Is vH't-' daughter, Suo, of DeLniul. mo \ SUGAR CORN ,
Ing relatives lirBlrmlncham, Ala. A complete line of sensible! gifts spending this week with ,Ir. and 5 $,"..2.i t ,!
v make for any member of the family at :Mrn. A. M. Darby.Mr. 3 cans f for 25c 2 1)Gtinds 2 cans. -- 25c
h i t ;
Airow
& r s, M/. and Mrs. A. S. Crews spent The Quality Store. ____ i $1.50i ,

tho week-end in Madison. N John Powell, Al\Vesloy> : .,,-,--.--.. .- -- .-,-.--..-..-..-..-,- ,- -,,-.-..-.-..--.- -..-.-.--.-..-...
and useful gifts
dandy Mr. Levy Canova of Jackson Stearns, Mrs N. n. ]Hull and<1 i
Dolls and Toys. See Stump's. ville was the week-end guest of hill MIBBBB Hael: 1 MUilletoiiAVIrRtnla '
$1.95 mother Mrs. K. K: Can ova Weeks and Alice Fernandez were i ; \\1
Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Crews were In Jacksonville Wednesday after M fatal C no: R to
visitors in Lake City Tuesday. Mrs. 11. (1. Richard, of Palatka, noon. r

\ was the guest of Mr. and Mrs, A. .. '- ,
Onyx hose with the double Mrs.V. T. Tompkins spent Saturday l\!. Darby l link\ week Those from Green Cove Springsalteudlug '
,WHERE? SATISFACTION IS A CERTAINTY
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In Jacksonville shopping.Get the Woman's Club meeting -
pointed fleets $1.65 and I ,
; I Whatever you want to get for Wednesday afternoon were:
a $11.50 dress at Slump'S) Iho family (can\ bo found.1 at The II Mrs Thomas \VlleyI! rs. T M I Mf -, i

for $4.85. I, Quality Store. ,,1Iary.Irt'l.! '. James Lane Allen' and' -, n________ _____.___ _n__ --- -----------
$1.95Ladies
a Mrs. O. O. Williams. and daughter! Joyce of Brooker,, The biiHlncKH and program nieotIIIK agu, :,1 J o'clock.(( As this Is the lust ,
Mrs G. C. White and Mrs. J. W. Mi1. Elmo SI tilth left recently woro visiting Mrs Atkinson's par of tho W M U. of the llaptlut I meeting of the old your we )hnl't'I< | :'
White spent Thursday In Reddick for Hampton Itoadd: Vu., where he Dear Santa: Please give me lots (11tH. Mr und 1 lIruV.. M. HodgesTo Dress shoes, both with Mrs. L. C. Itay will enter the navy of useful\ th'nga: / this Christ ma, esdas', Doe 19th nt the pai'MOU- J. ]M. Iliownleo, loader. ..,
-' of silk hosiery for Instance. -
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Patent and Satins MrH.- .J. Davis and l lltllo I Air A. A. Edwards, was a visitor I[ prefer Humming Bird. They are and dll"'i-:
Mrs. P. M. Hurt-foot ELECTRIC TRAIN FREE
daughters Ida ,Lulu and Marjorie hero from Biooker Tuesday afternoon found in alt shades! nt Slump's :
tore, Sara and Juanlta, will pond 1

$2.98Men's Store __ thN week-end< with her brother One shimwith/ chili tlolIarH tvo. Iii of work. lrattlog !Ih'c. !filth
------ and slytcr-ln-law, Mr and Mrs. ItP. ..
A Cabbage and Onion plants. J. 1Kl ]> Her. and Mrs. M. C. Stitli of '
ran Surreiu'y In Apopka.Dr.
CENT < kilter.Mr Louisville, Ky., have announced:! Steam
shoes, genuine i tho birth of a son on Saturday, Pressing Company

welts COLUMN I and lira II. C. Wall attended ) Dec. 7. He has been named James: O. P. Raymond and I Rev. :,
Goodyear the Florida-Oregon: football Logan. L. W. I Klckllter attended the Baptist aI
WANTED -- Good paper shell pe- Q
1111110 In Miami lust Saturday --y-- Convention In Jacksonville
call "'. A. Scott. 1t"FOIL Those attending the Baptist and l Thursday
Wednesday
Tuesday,
$3.50 SALE Grade Jersey row, Miss' Betty Clmmbflin of Par- Convention In Jacksonville Tuesday ot this] weolt.HI' I (MvCfr; : f f1l1l.8JNK
.
sons, Kan., was a recent guest of were: Mrs. W. Epperson.
fl'eBhtlves/ :3 gallons milk. :Mr. and Mrs.. It. F.' Clark. Mrs. P. A. Scott, Mrs. G. C. White,
Grist mill In. good condition. F. Mr*. f}. W. Alderman and Mrs. II. and MM. Clifford hutch, of
We
exclusive
} are agents 1tFOit Nashville. Tenn., who are 'visiting
nt. A.
J. Pattee Syrup cans all sizes. J. K. Kick- L. Hrownlee. ((9iJ r
Supt! anti Mrs' J. S. Dutch at tho ,
liter. / 'e'+ ;l'7fob'
in this;: town for: Mowing machine State Farm were guests of Mr. d
SALK _l-- Dear Santa: Please give me lot
cash. T. and 1 1Irq! H. L. Ilrownloe! Tuesday. 'J
good: as new. Cheap for 12-13-:! Miss Fcnclla Snyder returned l of useful th'ngs! I this Christmas I (IJl: fist )! $
Wainwrlght, Lawtey. --- ---- -- ----- ---
\'y. L. DOFGLAS SHOES ; recently from GreenvIIlo where plenty of silk hosiery for instant I.I
2t.FOR. cho was the guest of Mrs. H. M. I prticr Humming Bird. They nr m .,
EVEEWEAR HOSIERYMUNSINCVEAIt Snyder. found In all shades at Stump'M'
l SALE Shingle mill complete Store Every woman appreciates the convenience :i
priced right; to Bell. It ;
UNDERWEAR Mi' A. L. Green of Brooker was --
C. F. Lltchfleld!, \v J 'We Make and( independence of a checking account -
Interested see : a visitor to tlio Telegraph office Miss Ethel Grlflin had as guests I' ;
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, Brooke, Fla. 3t* I Monday afternoon. over the week-end Mrs J E.J W Griffln i -
SWANN I Mrs. Joe Reynolds, Mrs O Your of her own. -It enables her to checkup
CAPS
HATS AND
WOOD FOR SALK 1 cord to WHY user. with I corns and 1 eelIIIIM W. La Mee and Mass: Jerry McClel- i ,
15 In. to ft., both lightwood ... Car on her household budget, get receipts in
;MARX\ 200: [1 M, uln' 'n yon can tjiktthorn out Ian all of Jacksonville.
MADE CLOTHES
orderat II
and green. Leave l" the roots. in TWO MIM'TKS; : --------
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PETER'S SHOES Strout Fa.rmgel1'cy.. Mr. without UliHxl or |pain with II-X-,: Mr John Powell, Mr. Wesley All I O Look JustLike the form of cancelled checks, and avoid

man. -In-I OUT?? Never leaves the foot oro. Stearns, Miss Alien Fernandez and
ENDICOTT JOHNSON :r:<)c at CotiK-iiinK'M/: Drug. stiiro.; Miss Lucille Mitchell l accompanied: VASIIiNG!I1 i keeping large sums of currency about the) Jli
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FOR SALK Eight lots. $50 Miss Gervalse Hobby to Jack-on t;
SHOES each one pr all; four on paved Miss Daisy Tompk,ni attendedthe vlllo Monday[ NEW! house. ,
Large lots! three blocks "
street Florida-Oregon football gameat -- --- o
ROYAL SOCIETY GOODS prom high school building< shade Miami Saturday.Mr Misses Blanche Alderman, Eunice A savings account too,
trees, etc., Apply at the Telegraph Perk'ns: and Pearl Jordan wcr.! 4 how multoH an a<'fcplitliN'K a
matter/
No &
McCALL PATTERNS office. It and Mrs J. M. Davis and in Lake Butler last Tuesday night -- Mrs. A. H. Harley Jr., Were in itttendlntc a play given by th :- weatherIs'utcn, 'tt IM'tOllllt. ,
BELL SHIRTS for BOYS FOR SALE Solid copper an- Jacksonville Monday. Woman's club.CRAZY"::: .
\ tique Manning-Bowman chafing or Hpattei-eil It H, / per cent ,

WARNER CORSETS dish set, 14 pieces. Cost new Delicious, cakes made to order. You' are not crazy for, v' '[. will return \ \
$125. This is a Christmas Will also cater social affairs.. (laving corns and I calloiMi'H. but wo : ; t
ONYX HOSIERY present your wife will be proud ,I Rates reasonable. Mrs. R, A. tnif.Y to keep I Iliotn' when >01. run jour car to }'oii tt.
of. Complete set only $25. Rex Weeks. Phone 40. tf rt-movn tliotii l In TWO-5IIMTTKM: t.
PORTAGE SHOES FOR Jewelry Co., Starke.' It. Without Mood or |pain with li-X-:' : looking a1m08tJ..t 1\

YOUNG MENA \ Mr. Jacob Bundel recently recently Cll'T.SUr nt ('orpcning's; 1)n1gt !I n* It did t tin
CABBAGE Collard and Onion presented the Telegraphforce More t; *. 1. .

COMPLETE LINE OF Plants.prepaid Well mall rooted, 500 and, stocky.By $1.00;. oranges.with some..., fine! Florida seedless The P. T A. will ;;;;tat the I day It came from ,.G: rt/,$r )qt ri IIei .

1000, $1.75; by express 1000 high school auditorium Wednesday tho ,,,.'tol')'. -I"

DOLLS AND TOYS $1.00; 6000 $4.00; 10,000, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bishop and afternoon at 3:30. The grade I i
$7.50. Prompt shipment Cole- children and Mrs. G. K. Lewis and having the most patrons present Mlle you wait \
Plant Farms Tlfton, Ga. will be presented with a book for
man son Granvllle were in Jacksonville '
You in
take No chances 12132tASDESTOS Thur
buying at this store; t
3.928 miles to Hone Kong IP you Buffer with corn or .ai- : 1m t I .

that's SHINGLES ROOF China! But it's only around the louse" you can removw them roots
why we say corner to Frank's Auto Laundry.Mrs. end all In TWO MINL'TKH: : without
ING blfKMl or p"ln. Mdf'fll your f.'tot \

G. M. Inman, Mrs. W. E. Bliwl for hoc nt t'orpnJnt'. OruKHtore. I "
MILL- FRANK'SAuto! Bank
MATERIAL Bradford
BUILDING I II County
. It Pays To Buy atSIERNBERO'S Middleton and Mrs. E. S. Mat- .
WORK, LUMBER thews were in Jacksonville
Thursday. I Mra. W. S. Stroman has returned Bradford County's Financial Stronghold ,
Use" In Jacksonville
"Anything Contractor home after a few days Laundry
Write for our low cash prices f. o. Mrs. L. A Crenshaw of Cole- with her son-in-law and STARKE, FLA. I II

S [ b. :your job via truck man, spent Tuesday with Mrs. L. daughter, Mr. and Mrs. James I

A. Hutto on way to Jackson. Godbold. .. '
KNIGHT BUILDERS' SERVICE vile an a delegate herr to the BaptistConvention : .. -: .. -: :.: I ,. :- .- : _' ; :'. -- -:..;&;,..,,-..: :w .".:: .. ,:. '.: .' ,';. F 's' Jd
227 W. Forsyth St. Jacksonville, Mr. Hrs. C.L Atkinson' ...; :..:_.:- .
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t Editor 4 close wale'h of the colonies
(Oy Agricultural ) Jt. Poultry
will greatly aid Florida bcekwp- I

--_. -- -.- -- -- By Dr. L. I). LcGear V S, era In the control of American:
\. St. Louis, Mo. ;
Farmers and Truckers Arc Invited to Contribute Articles Tr.trOr.rI.l .iraduateofth.Ont.rte fon 11)rood) according: to U, I 12, Foster .I ,
Veterinary; Cofie o. 18 2. lMrrU: with the slate .
apiary
I and Methods Found Inspector
'of Farm Experiences
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I year of veterinary practice on dh...... '
of II.. stock and Eminentetithoritv plant board.
poultry. I''r
I To Be Ucst Suited to Our Country I on poultry and Block' al.lny.Nationally Tho management should make '

I I .. __ __ --- ---- _-_-=- Noted..author known and poultry lecturer.Article I breeder..
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XMVIN Foster open
MUCH GREATER USE OF
hives If the weather Is cold and

Till! I'OOTSTKI'S; windy, but wait until I It Is more '
AGRICULTURAL WASTE (II>' 1H2V WIMISTKU; suitable If there are plenty of
d ,
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\\'hy Not I I"tllbl".h: | an Egg: Route bees at the entrance the number

and, ( PRODUCTS IS COMING"Waste the Ih'tllllt'r0111(1 Otherwise 1 few bees at the entrance and a 'rr' 1 '

I'nl: II)? light tap doesn't bring them out iS'(
A the colony is weak. ( m. '1II 1

not, want not" Is an Every owner of nfalr sized:! poultry -' When finding: a weak colony it I, I IPtlrsB'
WRUF Presents flock should either belong to a' J
should be examined and if
adage that has had some following ( queen-
association j
co-operative marketing
for years and years. Yet It Is Varied Bill For or be Interested In the story of less and not diseased placed on
some strong colony with a piece of
only lit recent years that the principle Ben Webster Ben Is a hustling, '1\\
of reduc'ng: large-scale Florida Farmers likeable young chap who purchased paper.\ It a number of the brood HI IAf Gt tlli ti! 1I I

wastes has been applied to American a run-down farm stocked it am dead, or any condition exists -- ''"-,. :. t'A,140rr ar lrt 11:11CL.LrkiY'1 II
that the keeper does not fully understand 1.d.Al : '
farming and agricultural pro- ) with chickens, and la now attempt II 1
an Inspector should be 1h
ducts. Tho Industries have made A series of farm talks planned' ing to make it pay by establishingu called.

by-products out of what were especially for Florida will be given "direct to the user" egg business '1
t ') +' formely water In a few cases, over WHUF" the state'owned; radio Of course, he'll\ make a go; When a brood dies or is badly I
weakened they are often robbed of ; ,
agricultural by-products have been station, each week day next week of it for the story runs true to the
s' their honey, which Is likely to
made and used. However, the The farm program Is conducted by old Horatio Alger "work and win" 5
spread! foulbrood. The Inspectionand
chemists are giving more thought the Florida Agricultural/ I Extension formula. Nevertheless, if Den /or ro I'' ,, hfffitt1TcFi 0
Ill burning of a few weak colonies rolse i
m, to the utilization of farm wastes ; Service It will begin at 1pm, wore a real flesh and blood egg may save the entile' apiary )i I l I
1f 1 r now than ever before. eastern standard lime and last for farmer, I am quite sure he would "
from losses with foulbrood
,r Taper and /fiber board are now TO( m'nuten'! The station broadcasts get there just the same severe
According to Mr. Foster, If beekeepers -
being made from coinstalks. at a frequency of 830 kilocycles I have observed a number of actual '
would follow this practice -
9 Formerly no one ever Ihought of which comes about the mid parallels! to the popular Den '
American! foulbrood would be
,, tr using anything but the grain. dle of most radio dials. Webster story. None of them encountered '
Chemist of the Duncan of ChemIstry much easier to control. ,', '
1' The program follows: such trials ns lien has C. v : 4r e I.I I
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United States Department of Dec 14-Weekly Agricultural had to overcome, but without exception ,., ,, .I

Agriculture, tell us that lignln is Kevlew. they found the egg route I I '": t .: "
lf ; one of the three great components : Dec 18 Apiary Management profitable venture. And why II I III.NTH TO HOfSHWIVESDciiumFtuitKm I II '.;. "

i of agricultural wastes, occurring in --H. K. Foster, apiary inspector not? If you take your eggs! In one I I II .. '

the dry material of most vegetation for the State Plant Hoard. lot to one of the egg/ / buyers or to I Monte Agent II | 0' I I

r ri, and that It goes to waste at Vitamins In the Poultry Diet- some retailer dealer, you know I I : II Si ,I
From U. S. Department of Agriculture they are going to be resold at a '
the rate of 40,000,000 tons a '
S ; year. :\ ,' :
CIIKISTMIH!! itE11'I:4:! ,
Now two products of value In the I I profit of several cents a dozen over : :
Dee. 17 -Farm Flash\ program what received for them. You : .'
drug field, and possibly In the Industrial you The following recipes are being ', ,
an Livestock from U. S. Department can not only have that profit for used by hundreds of women and ". /rtin roo" ew
made
field, are being )
\ small scale. These of Agriculture( your own but can actually demanda club girls in Florida In preparingfor .' tI
fromlgn'n on a Dec. 18-Native Trees and premium of from three to five the Christmas! season. h
are eugenol and gulacol. Shrubs for dome Plantings-MaJ, cents a dozen over current store Fruit Cake it I O u

Cull sweet potatoes have been W. L Floyd) professor of horticul- prices as a rule. It Is being done Take 1 Ib. butter, lib, sugar; : hIII I I I I I -

p wasted since time Immemorial. ture, Florida' College/ of Agriculture. by many 'egg farmers" In various 1 lb. flour, 1-3 Ib. orange peel, 1 : I ( I I Iil I V I I
Now they are being utilized, to a parts of the country and there Is whole nutmeg (grated), 1 small I .I il / tr+fiMl D Ilat u I. I I Ii t

;L small extent, in the manufacture Dec. 19 Primer for Town no reason why the plan will not bottle cherries, 1 package dates, 1 TD-IE OCTAGON .-I O U'- 05

of sweet potato starch! A sweet Farmers from U. S. Departmentof work anywhere. dozen eggs: 2 Ibs. raisins, 2 Ibs, be called serious architecture, but and dining room

t potato starch factory has been established Agriculture. You can offer' your customers at currants:? 1-2 jb, citron, 1 teaspoon WHAT[ IS!! MOIUUIMSM: : ? sort of a pastime. But is it? It Is Second floor: Three bed rooms,

!{' in the United States. I>ec, 20 Origin of Some Com- least three advantages over the ordinary mixed spices, and 1.2 lb. nut Tilt: OCTACJON true that there has been a break two baths, two large wardrobes,

(; Chemists have found that sweet mon Vegetables M. II. I Ensign, farm run of eggs such as meats. with the past-a definite one-a balconies connecting with each bed

potato starch compares favorablywith assistant horticulturist, Florida they usually get at grocery stores. Cream butter, add sugar, add (By Duncanhunter, Architect, revolution, our materials, meth- room and ample closets The large

Irish potato starch. Experiment Station. First you can guarantee that your eggs; one at a time neat well each New Vork.) acid, machines and men are not balcony or deck over the motor

Cane is new product Vegetable Growing on the East eggs are Infertile as no roostersare time with hands. Cut fruit as flue We condemn ,what we do not what they used to be. Our me- room has a stairway to the< gar-

r1 cream the Bureau a of Chamlutry. Coast W. T. Nettles,. district kept with your laying flock, as possible. Add flour and spicesto understand, the Inventor and the chanics are no longer artists, they den
l developed by agent, Florida Agricultural Extension hence your eggs: will keep fresh fruit Add this mixture then pioneer always meet with public n.re-the good ones-simply mechanics Ceiling heights: Cellar. coven
It is made from cane syrup
(II Service. much longer. Second, you can assure to butter, sugar and eggs. Mix opposition simply because their our work is done by ma- feet; first floor, eight feet six
from low-purity cane Juices, and a- them that eggs are gathered thoroughly. Ideas are new-not understood. nery-not' by hand, our life is Inches; second floor, eight fed
t in now being produced commercially oi<' (' !'! JoI.l'C"l'EU: : twice a clay so they are sure to be Coionniit Cmim ("iin
I Iletter clarification of cane I.V IIO.MI3; : IH'ONOMH'M: : perfectly fresh. The third ad- 1 cocoanut, milk and was /first opened In Paris In bound, sooner or are for a lot fac'ng: south 01 west

Juices Is resulting In better grades sr.vn_ : ASSOCIATION vantago is that you ran keep your meat, and 3 cups sugar.! Put on tho "general public was skepticaland later to reflect the age In whichwe for a lot facing north 01nst' the

L cif molasses and syrup, with enlarged hens penned up\ HO that there H sugar/ with m'Jk! from cocoanut; the conservative artists would live. One accepts new ideasIn plans should be reversed

markets for the prodiutH. At the annual meeting of the no doubt about when eggs were after it boili ten minutes add grat- have nothing to do with it, simply clothes, In automobiles, in furnishings Lot size: House frontal i 17 "

One of the greatest problems/ Florida Home Economics Association laid Kgga collected from )haylofts ed cocoanut and cook live minutes because they did not understand in methods of living, in sldo clearance, left 3 fci't! right

facing the Florida< citrus Industry held at Pentapola! November or here and there about a Bent until It is cold, pour out on It. And yet-the effect!! of the exposition fact one welcomes t them, seeks 10 fet; lot frontage, mlnllmum, en
4 Is the utilization of cull fruits and 29 and 30, Miss lioletha: Frjem, farm may have been laid recentlyor a greased marble and cut Into haY been to awaken the them-why not new architecture? feet.

1 tho manufacture of, by-products. stale supervisor of vocational they may not. squares. whole of France and appears to Surely we are well loaded up with Construction: Hollow til" whit,
attacked and some home economics, was elected president :Should' any patron object to paying and det'kIi, ,,,.
Th's is being SIi-ii\\IMTI.V Jam ('aka be destined to spread over the entire the old. stucco finish ; roof
i success Is being attained Mss: \Anna Mae Sikes, home jour price, provided, of course, The ingredients are 3 eggs, 3-4 of Europe and America as "Modernism" is a definition In vas; foundation, concrete... windows -

f, With the big lumber companies demonstration agent: Lee county that it is not out of reason, you cup strawberry Jam, 1-1 cup buttermilk well-to new and broad possibilities Itself, "modern" in tune with the steel casements in peoial

i ', making pulp of their slabs and was elected vice-president, Miss may safely offer to let them try. 2 1-2 cups flour, 1 tea in the field of art-something times.! arrangements, with integral!

sawdust, the big packers using ev- Surah Hold!, home economics store eggs for a hlle. As a rule,' spoon soda, 1 teaspoon soda, 1 tea- with a vital living spirit: that ap- The Octagon Is a modern house.It screens; doors, wood, to pwml
erything but the squeal of the teacher at Day to nit Beach, secre your willingness to have them spoon cinnamon I: peals to the modern age In contradistinction provides Ileta lis. ,

pig, it Is time for the development tary-treasurer, and Miss Mary A. mako this comparison will over- Cream the butter and half the with the dead past. Cellar: ( Full area of house) Interiors: Floors, !I'lioleum'! ;

c ,,1)) of agricultural by-products on u Stomnlu, extension mm ma tnt moist. come their objections right then sugar heat yolks light with the Those In opposition to the new launry,, heater and general space; waIls, plaster In special moulded

large scale.Control. State Home Demonstration Department and there. other half cup sugar; add to batter : architectural forms say that these told room A large recreationroom texture; kitchen, composition tile

it counsellor.The Eggs produced under the conditions and sugar Put soda In milk; called "modren style" Is no could be fitted up under the bath rooms, composition tile.

Cutworms program was considered as outlined above are bound to add with a little flour, and then style and the chief reason is thatIt living room if desired. steam heat, gas and elects wir-
one of the most Important the organization be better than those purchased the whites and rest of flour, then carries no precedent they object First floor: Entrance vestibule Inf.

"' t has hal!. It was attended through stores.! cinnamon. Lastly fold, In the Jam. to breaking off with the past with coat closet living room with Cublture: 30,925 cu, ft
With Poisoned Bait by about 30 home economics He fore starting business of Bake In layers Cover with white to them, unless it barks back .Into lavatory off' private hall, dling): Complete working plan mind

teachers and extension this kind, be sure you have sufficient Icing. antiquity it cannot he what might room, kitchen, maid's room, bath, specification of this house ore

Cutworms can be controlled by workers.! Many Interesting and hens to make sure of having Florida Cranberry Salixl plenty of closets and a two cur available for a nominal sum Ad-

the use of u poisoned bait, statedJ 11I'lpfuitalks were given, and valuable a. year 'round supply of eggs for Use 1 cup ofI/ rm Florida cranberry motor room. A roofed terrace dress the Building Editor and refer -
;
n. Watson, entomologist for the discussions were held. your year 'round customers. Not Jelly or Jam, 1-4 cup' of milk, Mi;, and Mrs. Edison are s'hed-j connects with both living room to houseH103IJROWNLEE ,
tiled to leave Menlo Park ,
to have a constant supply at all -
Florida Experiment Station 1 cup of chopped celery, 1 large ,
times for your regular trade will J., early In December for Fort :
cream dices 1-4 of
chopped
;v Mr. Watson recommends a halt cup
I
I II
hurt business much.In Myers, to stay until about June
made of :20() pounds brim, 5 pounds I ...11 (JMUMNfJH: : !! j II your very niita, lettuce, French or mayonnaise I
addition to the egg business 15. This w.ll: be the first time timeEdisons BROS. G. W. ROBERTS '
cottonseed meal, and 1 pound paris j IVoin ('liib I!"IM' Ketoril { dressing,
south In De-
II with its very acceptable' extra profit : have come
Mash the cheese and moisten
gr en. Mix these l parts t thoroughly I
cember for their annual visit since
feature, there are also dressed Starke Lawtcy
with milk Season with salt and
ly while dry, and odd 2 1-2 gallons -,
fowls to be reckoned with. They the Inventor brought his wife hereIn t.
of water and :2 quarts; of syrup The following accomplishmentsby paprika, and add nuts. Cut the
1"lordll.: 4.11 Club too will bring you a much higher a bride In 1886 Close friends
Tho mixture Is then broadcast boys were Jelly into nl:ces and then into
C along the row, and about the base taken from the club records of It.W. price If sold over your route than cubes. Divide cheese Into six say Mr. Kdlaou's general health ,i
niacklock( boys' club agent for If marketed in the usual manner. end circle of not been Impaired but hili winter i
Jelly
t ; of the plants! to be protected. He parts arrange/ a
a' advises that this mixture> ShOII1.1 the Florida Agricultural xtensloll8ervll'e Hero again, the assurance of afresh cubes around cheese. Mix celery program In striving to provide the One Reason for :
,
product makes your offering' United States with an emergency ;
be well damp, but not sloppy. It with French or mayonnaise dressIng I '
h; should be put on after sunset. If lllllosborough\ County: Six boysIn more acceptable than that of the and put a circle of celery rubber supply will be virtually as ProfitsJ

properly sown It will fall In small a strawberry club produced !9S50 ,- ordinary retailer. You will kill moundthe, Jelly.iMri.Miuic strenuous as ever Bigger
{ and dress fowls just before *
flakes that will not be dangerousto quarts of strawberries which you .
poultry and other birds l he they sold at a profit/ of $840.60. start out to deliver them so they :: : HTII.L!! TI.MI: : The Florida State Hotel Association -
stated. Sumter county: Seven boys in are sure to he:! in prime condition TO PLANT HI ILI< SIID: : held the first of a series' of Facts certified by literally hundreds of

4 Cutworms are the almost hairless tho truck club produced vegetables when, delivered December Is still time to plant pre-season conferences for discussion C growers prove that Bradley's- Fertilizers a

; caterpillars of several species which they sold at a profit of over You have a very good medium dill\ seed and have dill to use In of problems of the hotel industry ( ("AA QUALITY", ) pay a bigger profit for

t'' of moths. Their eggs are laid $100 each 'I for disposing of your extra cock pickles next winter, stated Dr. E, at the Wyoming hotel In i\ every dollar you invest in fertilizer. One

ri mostly\ on the graMs in heavy sodr' Orange county: Boys In the Un- erels and cull female stock and \V. Merger, an authority on thq Orlando Monday. The conference reason is the superb mechanical condition
; ion Park Club decided they would I you do so at a profit considerably subject, opened at 10:30 o'clock'and con- \
land. The larvae feed on the :
of This is due the scientific
grass! and when the land is plowed earn some money for their club. I in excess of what you would realize Plant In drills about 18 Inches tinued through the day. Hotelmen y Dradley's. to
their only food Is the cultivated They took over the Janitor work at by any other means. Just how apart, and when four inches high from all parts of Central Flor- :1{ accuracy and painstaking care used In their

crop Mr. Watson stated. the'school and earned $H, much the increase will be dependson thin to four Inches In the row, he ida attended. This first session manufacture. Try Bradley's this season and

!Manatee County: Ira Dansby got a number of conditions. I' advises will be followed by other confer- see the difference.

)<'JonlJCJIII'OX: WINS!! such an Inspiration at the Short should consider It a conservative ences at stragetlo points throughout -

NATIONAL lli\LTII: I'ONTKHT:!! Course that he returned to Ms estimate, however, to say that as Spuds Johnson says that the the state, the aim being to ad-
community and organized a club prices are at present dressed birds country newspaper Is the best vance the Interests of the hotel industry BRADLEY'S

i1 Florence Smock, Lake county, Is of over 20 members. lie had the sold In this way should bring you newspaper for farmers I during the opening season.

not only the healtlset club/ member club in operation fit an organization twenty-five to thirty-five cents !'."" !') ,, __ ,.... u_ _,.. _r ,
in Florida, but she recently won before he notified the county more each than If sold In any oth- v ,-". -, -. ,, .., .' ,- '- ..
the national health contest held at agent. er way. FERTILIZERS

the National Boys' and Girls' 4-11 Flagler county: The first for- It Is therefore quite easy to see STRA {WBERRY PLANTS OF QUALITYFor

Club Congress! in Chicago Flor estry club In Florida was recently that, even though the egg route ("AA QUALITY")
does entail more work than simply
ence was given a score of 98.7 percent organized with 15 members.
i m and was second only to the Union county: This county holds taking the week's collection to fifty years we have grown and sold the best strawberry Look for tLe "AA QUALITY" teal on the back of every

r winning boy who was from Indiana the record for percentage of re !some retail dealer, the extra profIt plants grown. See our agents and get your orderin bag fertilizer you buy. It is your guarantee of quality

; q and scored 99.2. ports. With 67 projects 56 reports is more than likely to be worth with them or mall direct same to me. Plant crop Is _,---
were made by the members. The the effort' necessary to get it.
short this season every place so we advise you to get; or-
I'Ll'O HOLKHITII:!! MU.S!! ono not reporting had the hard I would be an unusual community -
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UlU WX ro-tsm noUn! !'! luck to have the hogs break Into where plenty of customers der in early and make sure of your wants. -- -- -

his corn field and completely ruin could not be found. The chances Mv agents are N. Walnwrljtlit.. Jr. F. F. Flume,
The holes frequently made In the crop. :arc that a little Investigation will We
llrownlra llroa., Ilrliclford County Mrawberry Awolntlonn can charge your
pecan trees by the cossid borers Escambia county( : Four club reveal plenty of potential custom YES 8 HRS
may be plugged and the caterpillar boys said they entered the University era who will\ be glad to have you J. II. :Moore, tawtey, Fla.; Trlrrw' good Missionary,

5' destroyed by driving flathead- of Florida In 1929! \because of serve them. You may not be ableto from young beds, IOOO to AOOO. $.1. Over fiOOO, 92.73. f. STORAGE BATTERY InSmith's

ed nails Into the bole, said Dr. K. Inspiration received from 4-H club dispose of your entire output o. b. here
W. Berger, entomologist for the work. on your route at first but by consistently -

'fit ', State Plant Board. offering' better service J. A. BAUERLOCK Starke
The nail should be* driven with The pepper crop returned a netI than others and a superior product :

Its head flush so that plugging the rout of $22COO to 8t Johns coun- ;you will gradually build upa nox aa JirnsoxiA, ARK. Garage Fla., r

,hole will allow the sap to accumu- ty growers, E II. Vance, county thriving business of satisfactory .. :
late and drown the borer. agent stated. proportions. I-" ,- .. ..' 1JI1JiDI
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tTi hot ,
I. life ween the "i torn feds" UD.Ill. I.mid! .if Monti Trimtii'M .f Hi.t'llv Htil. May 1 1. I l'ijKccolptH I' :J::'N 41 I Ift I\\'
'IIIM( fa< Hius; inipinvcd; I (It Stark.Kliirldn.. nt thv ..it1., .r duiliiK .\
I HAMPTON : I mil I Ilu- ""UII""go feds. Mi1, of Rtarke > < nioiith .2'') ,
Floyd Crosby
---- _ : NEJV1UVEL: : I __ was I I InI'li'iU,. I i of xiilil l ho..rd mil II 7..10 I p. W"I'I'nIH, dll'llt month 2000 '
11I1.. Ailil Nliim.u.. ( .... P. I Mint Kxslc visiting here !last Sunday night. in. mi the 27th ilny of IH''i.iiln-r. A. June I, 11\1: 218.23 ,
Cor. .
Hupp, .
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I .........G..4........4.b. I F'orldlWoods! and Waters the Mi J.miulo: Malphas of Starke. J).. IP29.! and at Hint limo pulillrlycipi'tiBii Overdraft. 11..t. :>... _U -
. ...........0......... for the cnnmructlnn if nil'cUtfon IIISH __ ..104.1..' -
, .. .* UIClLimoXN SPRINGS -. ...G.....,.......... in... olllcial organ of the Department of was atendlng to business here to the light and water an plant 1".lplo during motitb .. 28H.04 ,".

1 Tll' I H T A. of I the Hampton :Miss Pearl Norman A large crowd enjoyed the basket Came and l Fresh Water Fish U a I IIa8t Monday. of lie saId, 1 city nf "sinrko until ""- Overdraft* dlll'lnl Jlle I.month 11I2Hl _- 7115.95 i7.0! < .-

will hold Its monthly meclni o well edited and beautiful work of Messrs. Blllie Howard and Wilbur dillon to be i>f brick concrete in >l-trlrt :u. 0

i )hool( Friday evening at 7.00 ........................ ball game Friday afternoon on the printer's art. It should 1 be a I Brown of Dukes, were visiting I othor fireproof material.ISppcincBtlonM Hal. May diirlnit i. 1:129: l __. S77.T "
p. month
i of saint hulliHriir nun Kecelpm I
i1,, g I ?Mlsnei Lois and Mary Reddish the r New River court New Klvervu. great advertisement of our great here' last Saturday night. InMcciirtMl from the. ('II'rk of the \YUl'rlllll durlnw month 60.11 4.11 .

Vanderbilt the score was 16 ]III' Hoard of hoed .. l"l. i I. l 29IM.trlct a. .
-1 I' state and show the world what O. J. Mott was visiting In Trllotf. "
1I Mrs.. W. C. Parrish of and Cohen Peele attended churchat to 3 In favor A oortlllml check unioiiiitlnK to :\.. H c.lint. .I "
I MI' and Vanderbllt. Florida otters to the sportsmen.And Starke last Sunday afternoon. I May 1. ni2ItecelpiH ._?- 21.U f -- 'i
1J I were the guests of Hellbronn church 10 per cent of the nmotutt of bid during month .... 40,07 "I
II'k"ol1ville. Saturday. Among those who were traiiHiict- the editor Is n Partridge. I Messrs.) Hobble Punish and must accompany cinch bid. I Warrant during month

J ''t, and Irs. O. Ilaynea and Mrs.B Misses Gladys Carter and Mildred lug bushiest In Starke Saturday fuel!! and Cyril Dukes of Dukes The board reserves the right to reject J"I. June I, tiiZ'.lItUlrlrl( _-:.: U.$ ,

Hunt last Sunday. Norman: and Darby 0 asking afternoon were: Mr. and Mrs. 1 K. were visiting here last Sunday. any or all lililx. N n. if '" 'I"
Florida Is of Put
one the four states .1. H. C'OIirKMNO./ May l. ii2!' _.__ 949 ,
jlln, Hilda Durden who has( motored to Starke Sunday after- A. Snpi and children Mr. and Mrs.I that has no bonded indebted ness, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph liazen and Chairman Pro Tom. H.l.tl.l1 during month .. ,'.to r ,"

....n visiting her friend. Mrs. J. noon. ). W. Kelley and daughters Misses the other states being Kentucky! llttlo son were visiting her parents C. A. FUTCH, \.rnIM. ilurliiK I I. liiasUnl. month. ...__ S7.4D 4.14 ,.[ l

'.. Cooke of Brunswick Ga., re- Miss Melba Clemons was visiting Sarah and Lone ]Mr.\ and Mrs.\[ J. Nebraska and Wisconsin.: All of Mr. and Mrs. 'Wiley Thomas rierk. U-20-R-12-Z7. IIulrl't. :a. ill'n- '

, her home this week. Lacrosse May I, I tiSo! __. 867.Rt .,'
; near lust .
jrned to Misses Pearl and Mildred Nor- L. Johns and daughter Miss Kaslp these states seem to be doing business Sunday.Mr. ItecelptH durlnir month n. -- 63.04" "

Mrs C. B. Bryant who has man Saturday night and Sunday. Mrs. Mary Davis; Messrs. S. at the old stand and are nota and Mrs. E. M. flaxen and :xvricn nt-- 1"1'1I.. IJI"'u'\lua: 'yR'.I..I. dlll'ln. month -- ---- '" :(, .(: "

hero for several weeks re- Miss C. Crews and Jim Thomas.Mr. 80iiH! Pervls and Winfred spent -- t.I.( JIIO I, ----- .".63 !'
.>en Mary Reddish had as her bit cast down over the fact that I I IHdrlct. "0. '

j jrned to her home in New Smy- guest Saturday night and Sundayher M. L. Johns and little they owe nothing and the Inhabi- the week-end in Hawthorn with Notice In her.yliy given that sixty I n\'I'drnf Any t. IliJMi: /h, 4t..HI ) .".i t'I
(111)'" after dale lit-rt'of \ ,
on t to-wlt I : thr22tnl nmnlh .__ ,"
'la, lam: Thursday. cousin Miss Lois Reddish.Mr. daughte,', Eloise were visiting in tants are doing their Christmas relatives. ilnv of Jniiunry. A. 1 I' 19.10, 1.1 I I".t.1"1..t." .Iurllll month _- __ "l'l' ,

jlrs 11(. L. Walnwrlght of ITaw- Corbett Sanders returned Starke Thursday afternoon. shopping early. Mr. 10. M. Anderson, who has HID undersigned mJmlnlHtrMnr. of thn .r.I...1. 1 Ilia'l -- .h_._ 385.13 .
jj rotate of A. J. "1'nwn.rt dp<',>nm il, will Ith.I'h'"f iIu.lrn'5 l 1
lorn was the guest of her slater( home Sunday from Pennsylvania Mr. S. L. Crews was transactingbusiness been visiting his children In Texas prem-nt lilY voiu'lirrn and linn I HCriMintH Mav I niga>) o.! :. sn<.04 ,"

in Klnlo! Sparkman this week. where he has been transacting In Lake Butler Saturday. Nearly twelve thousand cars returned here last Sunday. n.. Much lulmlntmintor to the IteceliUH d lul'lll nicmlh 11." ) t
jj Iliiimrntili'1 0.! >... A. ,, VV'nrartiln
(lard iiier. I I
rminty month I _._
j Rev r Norris of Lacrosse preach- business.Mr. Mr. Floyd Crosby was visiting coming Into Florida during!: the Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Huzen spent J jmlKo of Itra4lfold county I Flnrliln, Overilrnfi .Iurln.I, 1 11129\ 13074 '-

I lat ili*' Baptist last Sunday. and Mrs. G. L. Sapp and hero Sunday afternoon.Mr. past thirty days and all the trains part of this week here with nml, ask. for bin iiiiprovnl. "n,' my lilmrlrt. %4>. l 1'
illNi'hiii'Ro I i UN Mich uilmliilHtrntor I I. :
l Slay I I. 1 2'i: ._
jllss Nancy Baker one of our Mrs. L. L. Sapp spent Sunday afternoon and Mrs. J. L. Johnson and coming to }'Iorlda'1IIIIIIed down friends and relatives. Tlilx 22ml dny uf NovcmluT. 1!>21. nV"I'.llf I 1..01.1{ d''hlM I iiiinuh 33731 1' .,'

'Sclent teachers in the public with Mr. and Mrs. J. daughter. Miss EtiBie: and Mrs. wth! tourists means' (hut Florlua --*- N. 1). WAINWHIilllT \1411'8110, dll'IIM$ month' IH.II 11.7 ,. .t
11-22 I flt-1-17. ,. i ,
AilniliilMlrutorOTU'I4 |. I _
hool here, spent the wek-encl 'Walnwrlght. 11'1 Mary Davis: were transacting bunlIICBB as predicted will have one of the ...........g4e,.......... ,.I'IC llUlrld.Iul". 11131. .. 1.1 815.) ; r

j ilh relatives in Gainesville.Rev Mss; Lorene Green was In Lake City Saturday. best seasons in the history of the :> TO DrilTOIt: AMI sit :U- (v..ll'nf Mnv 1 I 1H2U( .._ 21513 i..
durlnir month I '
1..I. ) t 90.47
Plxon) pastor of the First guest of Miss Alma Green Don't forget H. Y. P. U. every atate.Vell., we have enough hotels : Rising ITOKM WII''l'nto durlnir month i 2,no 'I

hrlst Ian church here will fill his day night. Sunday evening at 7:30: o'clock. and apartments to take care Miss" Iris M<'Ha<<<,, Cor. (\'I'lrlt. Julia. .I I. 19:1 '__ __ IDSCS ,. .

appointment, next Sunday Misses Mildred Norman Everybody come. of them Notice In hereby given Unit nil 11..1..1. : Ill
gular and Pearl and plenty of subdivisions llnl. Stay I. .u
fJj ornltiK and evening. Jeannette Carter and Owen Hev. S. S. I'roctor filled his for scenery. .*4...4'.+....... ....... ,'rcdll..l'o.t.II'\ ''f<"J 0, illxrll! >nli.i'.. a lint llccclptn' during month .u I
nil I I l>i j Mrs J. Pursley, who hay been and Russell Carter and Mack Carmichael regular appointment at New flyer Mr. and Mrs. Marion Reddishof \the IXati: of Alien <.. M. Ilwh, : litti.) Juno I I. Itij't! _'_ l2L83 -

siting her daughter !Mrs. Teu- attended II. Y. P. U. at Baptist church Sunday at 11 That state hospital Investigation Lawtey were visiting: Mr. and .mint.ot, ,Mill I their, nir, ,'tct hereby I ins :'I il"riMiulriHl ly aulh..nl"'AI.t to pro- Jlnl. Mny 1.DUIrU-t. :\.,. IT. _

n and( Mrs. Carpenter of Palatka \Vaterouk Sunday night. IO'cOl'k.! December 8. like other Investigations did not !Mrs. W. T. Crosby Sunday. to lbs Iliiniirntiln II.! .... A. ilnnllni HecelpiH "" 'IU21 month _. .__ 33.7

home here lust 1'imnty I .'u,.1 ira of lril I t'ounty I iiionih. . lffl .
turned to her Misses Jeannette and Ida Mae work out according to plans of Mr. Newn Burney of Starke motored \\'nr'nlio .lu'III '
Klnrliln for hlc .I I ,
I npprnvnl within I I 1"1 June I, I !. .' 41.87 ,
turday.. Johns Mrs. Ida some folks who wanted the In- to this section Thursday. yt-ar from tlntc lu-rfnf or I thin
were visiting .. notlii IIlrIn'4. %i. IS
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will I t In' trill I In liar t her.'to, ( ,
and Mrs. T. F. Brown were Lois a ( May 1 I. laaii\ .__ ._174201 -
Mr Sweat Sunday. vostlfcntlon) There are too many Lester und Floyd Cranny, nil porHoim IniU'hlfMl to saul vDtnti. (v.I'IIt, ,
| ditilntr month .__
.
,marling! business In Starke this Mrs. Mottle Stokes and Mri. ( : lJOATlJRAN11'1'1. : : Investigations and too many In- Newmans and Hubert Kelly were it r.. rmiiii"4vtil, to. imv t their Bald iK'bls \1-11'1"1.I'IH., .IIrllt month n B4.ar< ai> t_ ''I
fiiillfivllli I I I I to t 111. umloinlinu.il,
eek lack Wainwright\ of Jacksonvilleare :\ Itlaiirhe Kcl\vanI.-4: Cor investigators In Florld.i and In ev- visiting i at Ilrooker Saturday Hxerulor'H. (1"l'd.f" I lli"i(' .-- __Ill 8.65 0
certify t that the
The Epworth League entertaln- visiting here for a few days ery state In the union. Investigation night. This 2.1111 dny of October! A. P.. xtnlement I ru""aol,1" I J
....... j9 21.!3 ohl"II.1.. -
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I liOMlnnlnir
I with a social at the home of with Mrs. Stokes' brother and sls- ? are usually boomerangs: / and Mrs.\ L. Crawford and children WALTKII It SRHCIKNT: AM! > MAl; .nl t III 1,1 ILh.lnl.I.nt, the canting. ami of the :J

're .1 I Williams last Saturday ter-ln-law Mr. and Mrs. (G. W. Our teacher Is back with us they' have a. nasty way of flaring spent the week-end In Slurke wit h I limVNH i: KKIIUM.NT I Illxeciit.rs :I the '.'h"I'11" tint wnri-nniH IKKIHM of! .f
: KKlnle of Allen C. M. I:: : :
,pnluK from 7:30: I to 9:00.: lutertlni WalnwrlKht. i again after being out two weeks back at times. :Mrs. Crawford's parents, Mr. and limiw lii'. dKCPiivud diirlnit" midl montli, i orrnHoomlM with t
I tho of
I names; were played on the Miss Hazel Johns spent Saturday with mumpa. Miss Amy ]Moore\ Mrs. O. W. Burney.Mi I IO-2S-OI-12-20. ii lilt l'O""I'r.11 I to I the my her oillce I of, 111.1 mv k In no"trim'Itun |I-

Butltu) lawn. At the conclusion night with his cousins Geneva vary efficiently taught our school. Now that Commander lift-hard and Mrs. T. K. Stokes and ------.--- --.-----. ". > )hcllef. 1 ..11f! certify that
I the
I.IOHK'M followliiK "
u..a"Ou'rn..pnrt : n "1 of nil ciiuuty
''I ,chocolate and sandwiches were and Mildred Sanders. Mi. and Mrs. H. Norman from I !>>'rd has reached both poles there llttlo daughter, Mary 1 Klla wpre di-po"ltoi'li'K, .I.wlli. the .-. In .

I I"l.
"i Miiing,) people were' participants and children spent< Sunday with ants Mr. and Mrs.V.. W. Cole- do unless he becomes a candidatefor four Klorldn.In on anil nrcounr for. Hrmlfonl of ,Taxes' County avBefmcd .lnl..I."en ,', hy onch mount much .ofMecurlty a-

'Out. delightful affair. Miand( Mrs. Cl. W. Wainwright.. man.Carl Governor of Florida. Il\s I \ Mr.\[ W. F. llarnage was visiting for tan your I92'l.'! [(1.lu'y.) ircillteil Strut I t the l iimniint I mild of Ilte'.t month' t '.

Nxi(, Saturday, beginning!: at 1 Mr. Owen Curler returned home Andrews visited W. WOlemuii latest exploit opens the way for his daughter Mrs B. M. McllueSaturday. C.( A. Knlxht.., I l-'la.t tux I luu'riilloitof.i'tiiiU. t. I1I2U.:). of I"hv:, eiich mild' clei| ..hl"1. on nvcnunt 1 I.

m the W. M. u.. of the Metliot last Saturday front Oort Denning Sunday.Mr. discussion nx to the ownership of C'..imlr I'mpcr. "U'I''lt dully liuliiucvii or time


'agIle; will conduct a candy sale the Christmas holidays.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Trevott be a good place for oi.iu of I the and two little sons, and Miss Vlr- To hnl. line Nov. I. 111211! 4 111 t May, 11129. A. J. (1IlieI'ti4. p
.
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front uf' Mr. G. Hayes establlsh- L. C. Clark hill picked 12 Sunday.Mr. real estate men who are not doing; de Hnrnago were visiting at II. M. hill dllf Pr Ui-t.\\ I I.rorrelliireTo I1ISU' H!>2.80Hy County (llurl"tlnJlnl ;

",nt The candy sold will be quarts of berries this past week off Arch Prevail was visit (nit much hero at present.It McKao's\[ Wednesday.* I ii in t. rolli-ctiMl).I 8UO.IIA: \ -- I

inuTactured Mr. (I. that relatives here Saturday night and Mrs. M. J. Fonts of Plant City To bill (I no. Nov. I. 102! 1.84
by Hayes: her small field so we know Ititttil mill llrliltce. llonil. MtUI 01- -5 1'1".1'10' (

10' lias had much experience: Ine we will soon have to go to picking Sunday. ; may be BO many shopping IH spend'ng! It few weeks here with To hnl. iliic I tut I I. r.Uil 13.52440: I.'n I '1'% .1. ,:;: :

Mrs. Cynthia Lee visited Mrs. her I H. H. Lewis. I Mv a rut. rolloi-tPd I II.NHil.Nll ,
rhrlHtmas daughter
work and, makes and flavors early this year. days until but what the / 'To bill duo No' > I I. l'12't 2H.tl
Notice
3 < andy. so it always calls for -- .--- \Valter SIlcox Saturday and Sun- bread winner and the truck horse Mi'. II. M. Mcltne la on t the sick ("....II!,' iiuitiiiiiKTo Clint Ii'loyd..1 hereby Cronby,glvi'holdera". I that I'.( f. .

day. of the list tli In week. Wo hope him a hill "",' 0.1. I I., i Illill:' 231.111 rorlirii'iito No. flH. 4th "rt ry j
jn The proceeds of this sale During the long winter evenings family wants to know :Is how unit. i-ollivl.il, 222.74 ilny t
. Hy A. | i I. 1927' his,
.8.B.. j }in used for church benefliH. there Is no more fun than Miss Pauline Prevatt visited many more pay days there will be speedy recovery. To bill .1".. NoV. t I. 19211 l ..4(3imi..ty I In my nIMco an 1..1 I .nil hi. oertlflnntv I I .
1."I.
.B..d ,m i ut good candy and help ai sitting down and popping( popcorn.If MisS| Ethel Barren Monday.Mi' between now and I'tar'vatlon--- Mr. J. A. Wateroak section To hnl.('disc I lift.!Hi'hool-I I., 1112:1_: jenernl 4III.1.4II/ for t tax deed t. i iHMie I h""nlpllelLlnl I II ., .

""II i i'aiiseTi you failed to plant some last Frank Coleman was vlslt'HK which Is usually the period be- WOI'e visiting Mr.\ and Mrs. B. M.McKae liv a mI. i-ollec'leil. 4IAn.tri/ C uorilniicii mbi'iirnH: ::: with I the i I Ia followlntc ne.I Said I certlflratn deser I I bunt j

.;e Mrs. M. M. Grllll Sunday. tween Christmas and New Yours. Saturday.Mr. To hnl: ilil* Nov. t |ii K.:,11Tulnl property, KliunU'il I I t t
) < bungalow that Is being; Yl'III', make plans for a few rows ; MuliNihoolllruolnr: I I In Hruilfi.rdronnty ',;

Irr ( '-d for Hev. J. B. Ackley on next year. :Mrs. Lizzie McJcrry! visited W.V. And New Years la the day we ro- and Mrs. T. N. Norman at To hnl'I. linn (ii-t. t t., 1H2II':: ftiMtl.2 Went, 1"lll'ld.lt, ln-wlt NorlliiMinf: quarter. '

'mr h street is Hearing comple- \ Coleman's Sunday. solve to put moru of our savings Wateroak were visitors at II. M.! I lly nml. collni-lcil. 6(174.3() Hoclloti23, I "r"vl"111 t t H Holith I KIIIIK*, I'
To lull .iluc. Nov t. 1 M I 1.5(1( .
in and will soon be occupied.The nee !paralysis Is more prevalentIn We are glad to welcome Andrew In the banks maybe. Mcllao's Sunday.Mi "' ....-III..h..1 I .....n..1Tn 21 1 The I'lunuit nmutHtitnent PimtulnliiK t I ,, NO Hiild nrien I' property. 1

o (;rims back school '. Haulerson and of hnl. tiii.. na-t. I I. II2U! 31'14.11 ; :
Methodist church is being warm than In cold climates. to after J. family ii flu I n.r the mild cerllflcnto I limiieil was ,
.
) .I1..t l 84JI ISO
lly nml.
il being absent on account of being There will bo more winter visitors New River passed through this To bill. minus Nov J. II29! 8.11 I IAltrlollKuriil In the. name of SI rs. Munle H. 14. JohnHon. i

._.-= ... 111. in Florida this aea'.on than :Monday.People. (tlnleBH stunt' rerllflrnle, ho ro- I a
-- To I bill I dun I lift I I. I II 2 11 223.t1By "hll ,
o ever before and all the authorities of this Reel Ion aro beginning unit/I. i-olloi'ti-il I 222.74 11..d\\lll aci'onlliiK thereon.t i I. Iii I 1C d..'l

I on ths! subject are agreed. The to p'ck strawberries. to imi. .In,' NOV. i t., man) v .fro January I..ou.A. 1>. .). the 13th day nf
How to PlayBKIDGE
11:1.
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.Jl's'rSSIXU \\ l lftvH S'cnuiln Vuiiil.Ti
Unleil thin .
.8 now train schedules, the good Quito number of our H. Y. P. ( > lint,. iluv i lJooI. I I. i in Jll 223.21 A. 1 I''. IU2K. 41 r.IY or I""I'.mbtl', -

roads from north to south the 11. members attended B. Y. P. U. I'v ,mill rnllitrli'il. 223.i (I. W' AI.nRllMAN. 1
(By U. J. Holly) To hahuu'K du<* Nov. I I. 111 2 1)) .47 .
J//4/7/ cold weather coming earlier tllanOVf'r at Starke Bitptlst church Sunday ,. Clerk: nf Clrrnlt; r Court
Avery Powell In the TimesUnion I'uUlli'Ky _iTo Itrnitrord i County:* Florida i:: : ,
III. this year all combine to make night. hnl. due Ort. I I. IU2U 223.21 t (HenI, I ) lly Alilermnn, U. '
. nays that cabbage i Is. an old Pry Coil 1I"'I..d. .. 222.1 $ 12-13-51-1-10.Uluc'h. J.
p dish I' thhi prediction come true. Get Mrs. J. J. Anderson Is visiting 1'0 loll I. due Nov. I I. I ID2I!* .- .47

I.h N >rf/r .. )cries jy2y-3O by Roman and was served some ready for the big drive to Florida. relatives at Ilalford. UiHulnnilliiicTo .. :
I ,
three, thousand years ago. Quite lull dun 0 i-t. I I. I'lli!) 8113.11 :
NOTIC
Mrs. Henry Byrd of Mulberry I lly amount rolluclnd i SIn 0.II Ii
Ferguson true, Avery and the of this
I- I 11-' Wynne proof There seems to be a controversy and Mrs.\ Halford Carol and Miss 'I',) bnl. duo Nov. I I. l'*2'l!' I.H4 ---
, statement Is In the smell thereof. <( II.III Author -PRACTICAL AUCTION BRIDGE. / among some of the papers as to Ruby Norman of Hellbronn were try Blanche. Alderman.. 1). e ty. Florida In i
. --- --- --------> -- Chancery: Maud
na-a----- : .-- tho way of using this column of visiting lu this section Wednes -------

..1 .ptfgtiL. 1929, by i toyi. Jr. John D. Rockefeller "almost" stuff and nonsense. There are no cIa)'. ('I.I.nl"1I: 1'1' s '\1"1-10 (. wi' s'luslI'r: Cunnlda, Complainant, vs.. Green 1
,. made a hole In one says dispatches t Ol''I'V' IlJlM Cnnnld.-i: Defendant. Order of
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In various Florida set.rules about this column You Publication I .
papers.
ARTICLE No. 10 can spread It on your bread or takeIt HTIC.\\VIIIIKIIH: : : Monthly flnnnrmi ..rniimeiitllrndford 0'
Must have been referring/ golf, It; appearing by affidavit filed
for tile monlli( or
with ,\M> WOODS( "I'llUIM:: county
,I One of the most liTicult! of all I nil I bv A la nlmofct obligatory. The fact and not to the new dimes that peppersuuce. You can have I N.veml.r. IV2I.4irnernl! In said cause, that the residenceof A

rnblema l that arises ut the auctIon I that. A Ins no spades makes a takeoutby John I). gives away with such lavIsh I il dressed or undressed or on the Fiinilw Green Cannlda Is unknown j
bid 11 ol two 8pade8 almost half shell. An Interesting of the Plot Nov. I. l 1:12:* : 4nl.7!> to
able t is the one dealing with justifiablenallics. Y or a by hand. Since all papers firm! by-product iliirlnur monlli :

Just how far one should !g.1i :, 1 a certainty BO A should show his suit Pensacola to coca cola are us'ng It forest has bean brought to light IteoelptH VNiiirnntM Ilrlrl mUllhHf.fl 4.114 complainant; that there la. no per-

a justifiable effort to save game IIlways (hearts) at one*. Y bid two p.idej' II there Is nothing sinister malevolent by Mr. II. C. Coulter of the Florida I luti. 1>..". I I. ( '> son In the State of I-'loilda, known :.
.
a difficult question and one that tiusscd( and Z bid IWO no trump. I his Fine: thing to have the state |'ln' ii i..l fitrrellnre Kunil.1hal. to affiant, service of process upon
or dogmatic about It and Forest Service. The rise of Nov. I, Vt'it!' 1815.57ttot'eliits i
squire*judgment of the highest order l.id by / almost makes it a certainty troops stationed at the: various fturliiK' month 837.B: whom would bind tho saint defendant f,
: bankers : straw for the I
burglars and pne as a cover
solve properly.| that Y Z have a game haml .n r.o gateways to the state. They ran bootleggers Warriuitn, monlli '10011.01, In this suit for divorce.It .
I Here it a hand that was held in oneI trump BO there i i4 the necessity for A tell us how many cars are comingIn I read it with much eclut and then strawberry: beds has been found to Hal lIce, I dnrlnl I > IH58.0 Is therefore
ordered
that said
! I bidding to to save game.A I some. It radio.UROOKER be effective and thla practicela I Htin l Fund.
I the championship at the rent to keep on try Try on your very
games from the north and where they Hill.. Nov. I. tlili'l)' 39420'IlivelplH !' defendant Green Cannlda ,
three be ant
bid spades
Y '
Auction Bridge Congress. The bid three heart, I being carried out In this county. nmiitli 08 4SVnrrnntii
roper bidding this hand decided annportant and B paqs "C1. Z now bid three no are coming from and where they According to chemical analysis ul'ln.durlll month appear to the bill of complaint la

: match, so note it carefully! : trump und thus announced that his are going. Upon leaving and going .........y..1 IJnl lie,'. I 1. *" 4040.4tl'nI.llt'IIy this, cause on or before the 6th I
made the
brifjht. A ', by U. H. Bureau of Soils Fonil d.W I
-ha nee* for game were very through several Inspections
: of Jan. A. D. 1030 otherwise
4H6.71I ,
Hal I''JJ
I I.
one ton of pine straw contains the Nlv.
.. still felt that the best defense was to :
ilearts--9t,7,5,4,3 tho visitors can tell the Inspectors : I Ki..4iliitn siring month :'I rWH > I
allegations of said bill will be taken -
bidding, hearts so bid four following fertilizer materials: Nitrogen month t 20.H(
hubs V : keep on Miss lit
-10,9,8.5,2 IVnrlo GnlneyMr. .
: where to and how. durl'l
'lanionds), A, K : AD : hearts. Yarn! B passed and Z doubled. go phosphoric ac'd! und pot llul.' HIM. I, .. ): : 4.13.115. :i il as confessed by you. It la further -
> liinillnK KouilHnl.
tit
sxidcs| none : Z : The bid was defeated only one trick: ........................ ash totaling In value to $2.59. I. Nov. I I. 1112:1: 2 7.U ordered that this notice bo .

while at no trump Y Z would have. With strawberries bringing This. straw cannot clurlimr month 11.17 I published once a week Tor four

No; core rubber If Z dealtnd scored three odd, game and rubber. It $1.60 a quart the growers of Plant A. B. CroHby of Jacksonville pine accumu- 101',1.1.'VII'I'I.. : ilitrltiK. month I 12nd) consecutive week In the Bradford, t
game. of justifiable lat whcro fire Is allowed to run Hnl. 1 I. I 111211 1711.7$ 1
', bid one no trump, what should Ado was. a fine example a City and other berry centers spent Sunday here as guestof County
55 lilmiN'ui I'ennlonHnl. Telegraph published at
loss of a through I the woods. The fact that
b ? Should he pass and hope to gave overbid to save tlie certain should have a very pleasant his wife. Nov. I I. 11121 863 IIlOrelptH Starke Florida. 1 j

"arne and rubber or should he bil l and game and rubber. Christmas and a happy New MI' H. P. and I. It. Oalney quantities of this straw are being during month 3.54 _
very
I is another hand of somewhatsimilar rluilnw) mull th I : ) This the 3rd day of December
thus take the chance of losing a big I Here used l by the local growers Irt a WII'"nl. 3\1.11 ,
Year. And while berries will not were attending to business In e. J. t2I!
lul. GII.14 A. D. 1929. pa.
,>nnlty? type: Starke last saving In as much aa It deducts A.rl'nllnrnI. luau l
The hand is so unbalanced that a bring this price the year round the Monday. I from the cost of buying other materials lInt Nov. I. li>2U 49 111 W. ALDERMAN
returns are usually very satisfac Misses Pearl Cialney and Jose )IteiCiIJis' dnrlnir month J.5 I Clerk of Circuit t
lIear/ ITl'aru Q. 3 phine Chesser last I for the same purpose. \VnrriintH 'lul'ln. monthllul. ( : Court. "
Northern spent Thursday
K. 10. 7,4.2 ---- tory. papers please copy.
: June M. JOHNS
Club-Q.IO.9.8.6.4.3 This week a series of pictureswill 47.1 F.
CIubs--A,7Z: : y : night with friends in HellbronnSprings. llnllillnK fiinilHill. I
1lamonds! none : A B : Diamonds- 8. 3. 2 Various --- be carried I on In Bradford 1 )I. Nov. J. 1\21( B.T 99 Solicitor for Complainant.
organizations askIng
are
Z : Spadcj-Q county by the American and Florida ii Ii month St.G Seal of Court. 12-0-5t-l-3
I
pades-A. I N 2 I.ctpl.
8. 4. : Miss Carrie
for a. wider road between Lake Dell Dukes. of Hell durinI I month .
1 Forestry Associations together '. 513.52
and Jacksonville. spent the week-end here with Hni uet I
City Anybne .
suit and hill hearts with tho Florida Forest Service. I heroby certify that the forevolnicHtnlement :\1'11 |'IV\I. /1.1\U'J
No ncore, rubber game If Z dealt help for the club who has ever travelled this road friend and relatives. I .howi lug balmu'oH, at tin

and bid one no trump what should Ado aren't strong\ enough to how Dean under on Sunday night will hope and Messrs. Lota Newman& Floyd These pictures set forth the advantages h"llnnlnl uf mid. nt the ending ot Nollc. I I.* h"rthy Hint Hlftr .
conditions. At clubs, A herein above ntated, amof Ilv"n
? such of Ih.
keeping (Ire from the
make and pray that the road Is made at least and Lester Crosby of Starke and the rH''I. unit wnrrnntM iHMiieidurlnir "y. ar"r dale h.r.. on to-VvIt
and thus
five odd game the I
With two-suit hand of this A score woodlands thus the ,, Ilh of A. I
a type Increasing returns nld (.nrl'.I"ndl wit Ii 1'.h..llllry. 1. 1.1.
rubber. It U a pretty hand and the 200 feet wide with rubber fences Hubert Kelley were visiting here 'nli. I, $ .ulOI' lr
'hould bid two spades, andbert of the timber the -0.,1. nt nlt\r\ ami In true .
certainly the for it shouldbe last Saturday night. crop, addingto nnil .. the himr of knowlodice will of the lure Henry 1.Art. Kleven-
and reasons rroi-t
'
if he bidding on each side and a tradio cop at c If my
overbid his will .
by demeaned,
opponent the revenue of the farm, Increasing antI belief. 1 nlMo i* rtlfv hut nwn i r. msviuuihrrui
.
,nould show his heart suit. If his part- carefully studied.I every cross road. Messrs. Paul Stewart and J. B. I ih. followltiH IK a Ht of oil connlydepoHltorlnii un
\1'( has any help at all for either suit, I here Is another hand that shows the RUSH attended a party given at the soil fertility. Increasing Hhowtnir '". Imlnnre Ii. executor to the UOllo..Rhl.. <.].. A.Oal'dlll..r. .
the whose land rallies well providingcover eaCh at the rl "f thn month herelinmt County Judge of rimdfoid
has A confronting player as as <>nn \
chance for problems home of Miss L\iclle
a good game. People in the rural sections of Dennett's at tntd the amount of Heourlty county, Florida and a..k ror hi Is ni-
'louble, of one no trump with this hand right-hand opi'. iunt has bid one no West Florida are not lazy accord Ttheressa 'Saturday night.Mr. for Kame.AIcordlnlC ,.. :by each Such:: deponItory : prnvnl and my dim-nunce HM .nthexecutor. I

"ould be most un ound. Never: double trump: to a rel'ent'survey set anil th amount of Interim -
1 no bid when hold a two- ing to an expert In the state boardof Norman Thomas and Miss pilit or credited durlnir. mild month 'I'hll the 6th tiny of l>e "mr>er. "
trump you forth In a Forest Service publication .
Zelma Thomas of Gainesville Ily each unlit depnnltory 2'!
'U'ter.' Bid of the two suits aridqow hteartSClubs health. No Inded brother, they were _.
one there of balances Urn, di- I HTRVRNSOM.
are 167,000 acres current dally or
t the other on the second round ofIdding. -A. 9. 3, S 3 Y : are not. If you evor attended a visiting: friends relatives here Sun- ponltn.VVlrnnH I WI.J.I.Ur f..ul" .I. opIate uf ,

I In this way, you give your Diamonds. I K. 10, 9, 7 : A B : meeting of the Florida. legislatureyou day last. the 181.000 III Bradford county *. niv hand thin Ut day or Large Hovennon. l.n1

partner much better of A, 10, 8.5 : Z : 1I1r that are In a wild and uncultivatedstate. November 1029. t2- -tU.
a picture your Spades would have an ocular demonstration Alice Thomas and daughters H. ,V. AM'KHMAN.
"
/lin l. A should bid two spades and Y Alma and f.annle'of "Woods Fires says Mr. Clerk of the Circuit CourtHrmlfonl ,
,
of this fact. The lazy Lawtey. n'I'leI: Of 5 i'i'v.u' vriHN Foil .
dealt and bid ., :
"lll\I. Z
land county
"are this
first Coulter holding
No score, game. TNotice \ \ II.EIS
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do? members and dumb ones come spent the week-end here with ninnch' 1,. C.
What should B do? Should he p.RII one no trump. What should A back and koeplng Its production Ald.rman.

the two ipade bid or should he show his !Should. he double or pass? If he should} from some other section. friends and relatives IH that ft. A.
dub ? bid two Messrs. Leon Parrish. Cyril and down ( n' VrV ..11..11'U""II.V suit A's bid of two spades over a double and his partner should % S !. MTVI'I-:. VeWBom. holder of '1., Certificate
A Invitation In to 't'
1' trump bid shows a good hand and hearts, what should he do? I The remains of the oldest fossilIn ( fuel Dukes and Hubble Parrlsh special 'given \ "T Oh' .. "I'UT.
baa tiled saul .
3rt e bid everyone to attend this Interesting In my otnre
that should be prepared fr a Never double one no trump unless North America has been found of Duken were visiting here last .imi mud ..II..al.t. tax ila fl to
"V partner. The fact that B has: a ptepared for any bid that Saturday night. forestry program and learn what M o. I loola I h".ol accordance. with
you ere near Sarasota. What a pity the r For Hrnrlfonl., County, for lh* .
J'ngleton spade makes it imperative With this hand A they can do to PRF.VK.VT: FOREST aw. certificate emhrnceii tin'otiowlnir
for him to deny the spade suit it he)has partner may make. of three bids, old fossil could not have lived until Mr. Mallle Surrenry was visiting month of Mny." 1229.E3neruul ...*.....Ih.d property. .iltuut-
,
FIHKS.: .
for anyone *< > ul Kuo l oil .
prepared < < in Bradford "
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friends and relatives In Lawteylast "" to*
lIly otherjusttable bid. The question, but is prepared for a two-heart bid. the present time. lie would fiat Apr I. I 1522 __ 5115.43tteeu'Iptui wit. .nIY. 'lo..ld. ,

t therefore, is whether or not B II seven- If B should bid: two hearts, A'. hand is have made a moot valuable member Sunday. Prevent a possible million dl..111. month 2031.49: Went. huff of tain. 8. 0, ,10, It. rilk. I
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*:: K1 duh suit headed by the queen ten, Messrs. Joe Greene and Dana %Warrant month 82911: S3 25' MvlnirMon Trtihy A (' '... A4l4ll _
enough to bid two no trumps. of the Florida legislature in .
.. not strong house flies next summer by killing Overdraft Mnv. I I. 1921 1084.00 Ion 10 Htark In WHM half of Nnrth-
JSiustifiablebid.) For that reason A should pass the no the year of 1931. Duke and Miss Gladys Duke of ,".,., -. >o. I .a.t quartitr. Xertlnn 28 Townnblp I
Ordinarily such a suit holding does bid. If his should now Lake Butler, were visiting here one now. Hal. May I. JU .. 94 (II : iouth tang., 22 ":a.t.
'*"IJl&atifya> bid but in this caw the two trump lookTvery strong; but Keevlptii durlnic. month 82.41)Warnrnt ) Thus aiittMMrnint. f>f .ialil properly. .
(i> bid bid A's Und The national health champion last Saturday night. pads month *..00Hal. unilcr, lh. rrtlflat. was
A has Personal make dU"'AI ,10 .
aclors. (1)), the fact that of strength bridge score .1..0
untl: B shows some signs PProf S. S. Bowling of Starke May I, ____ .. 111.06IMuiSrIet In the ""tn. lrnkno *n.t'nl .
OVer a no trump and thus shown a A's procedure p to pass and ship of the United States was won Ideal Christmas Gifts. Four pads Vo. a I..." (,10 rertUlrat. shall t>" ...

Jfry strong hand and ((2)), the fact that thus i proper'ake the defensive.. by a Florida girl and the JudgesIn spent last Saturday here where be of 25 sheets each with name or Ove"raf, May I, J92 11.3. deemed "" 'o..dlol. to law, hiS d...1 t
month will
has a singleton of his partner's suit of A's awarding the prize called especial spent the day bunting. tot IP-UK. on the 111. day
bid If all pass, the question proper monogram printed at top only Warrant during month 40.00 nt Jan'.a..y. A. (>. 1930.
IUlltify bid of three clubs. Such opening against a no trump is an attention to the natural "sun Miss Stella !Mae Ward of Jack. $1.00. Telegraph< Starke. Fla. Hal. Jun., I. 1929. 21.74HUIrlet rllt. 'hil 24lh day of D.c.mb. ,
cannot .
be hurt much and it may pre- '0. 3 A. .
choices sonvllel the week-end here
lie has two spent Ul.O.
Interesting one. tan" and the muscle. developed in 1174.71
A from with his spade Orerdfart May' I. 1928 W. Al.nERUAV.
"Jt goingon. of diamonds or the.five with her mother Mrs. T. P. Ward. month 473.15 Clerk. .
H Such be regarded either the ten swimming In Florida lakes, ocean HOTICH TO COITRALTOU Heoelpta du..ln. of Circuit Court. lira ford
a bid B must .
by latter opening however.seems Warrant month Ae9.62 (RRAL,> t-oiinly, Florida.Ity .
''A .. most emphatic: denial ol thaW of 5es.The and should be and "gnlf. A wonderful advertise Mr. Morris Drown of Dukes was OovirdraftIon., .1. JU 09D.ld.t IIIancb.AIirnian.Di.

suit. Z will pass a three dub bid tb* better one ment for this state bowing the visiting her last Sunday after- SeaUJ bid will be received l br the N*. 4 U-I-at.l 3I C ______

and A should ilao TOM. H. bas j eat. made.- _
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Bradford prettiest roll of all la the s.oclv nock) 'Keep them gong: Is: right. equal Of course you remember points fifteen app i ,,:,, ,. 'II-

County TelegraphEstablished ----1 !Ing roll. 1 Florida Times-Union. Folkbton (Oa.) Herald.0 tho words of the I Immortal Miss\ I right out of the window '"' ',.

1877 1 We have stood on the Boulevard ---- Lee who said, "A kIss oil the hand I man may eta rl out by!>\ "1'10'1", I""
at midnight and watched the sea might make you eel very well\, s turkey dinner I
and I ,
the Miller < ,1
.. commenting on
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-- -- shell the sand we've
u|110 ; soon a but a diamond bracelet last forevel' washing dishes tom -
auction plan of marketing strawberries \ \ i I"" "
Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class Ho who hesitates remains slnKlc. horse hIde In t the grass;; we've the Plant City Enterprisesaid : ."
gazed at an old board walk and
.---Starke Telegraph. Not if she people In that section resent The only thing tinM. ,
t Starke Florida 1 ..,
Matter at the Post Office at seen the c'nnunion bark around'a ut,
want him.--Inverness Chronicle. Mr. Miller's' action In selecting another Somo women might! not believe won't relieve you ut ,
tree, but this Is the first time ''JiI"1
; t't E. S. Matthews, .. __ .. __ Owner and Publisher --- -- wo ever saw a newspaper man's I place aa headquarters for his In an ol operations. Our guess is that they try to, make a Santa Claus _
Tho road from Macelenny to
Vf' J. C. Robinson '_ '_ ,_ ____ -__ Managing Editor statement that the prettiest roll Lakeland went after this tli'ng out of everyman they meet.
.. -' -- Ualford is going to, be paved. But of all Ie! the stocking roll. Del- -' Doubtful',
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-- who wants to go to Ila.tford- ray Beach Hammer. and got it. Quite a few berries

;; ,,:1 SUBSCRIPTION HATE Times-Union. It's a well traveled are produced In the Lakeland section The stores around l town are blossoming -
road, nevertheless. --- -- too and too Lakeland/ Is'Ullcllllla out In red and green crepe Perhaps we'lllto t to 1 1'a';',n "t p>

h Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c;) -Payable: in Advance( ---o--- Leeches In the business world nearer \\ and Bowling\ paper decorations. Some are puttlnK Or perhaps we'll :si 111\ ", ;I", ,,..

1 Advertising, Hates Application are those who let the other fellowdo Green, and these: t two sections produced / up new ones while others are Perhaps tomorrow i I'JI ,,,, '.1

q, .. .. Russell Kay Says!! the old fashioned thj advertising: to bring trade close to three million quarts Just dusting oft those t that have Perhaps I'll shed a it, ,.,it\..

girl used to be all bustle, to a town and then try to get some of berries last season and will beat been hanging there since last Yule- Perhaps I'll buy a dl
Apartment houses are badly needed in Starke. but now they are mostly muscle of the business by hanging out that record this year. Plant City tide. A string of pearls! "I'>i \n\ ," '
And a great deal of hustle.- cards and signs with of the \ ,
some I'll
1 shouldn't be Jealous because Perhaps pawn tin- ":"" ,1 m ,,,, :
'-- -- ,-- Times-Union And when land .
you advei. lined products cut In price At Uncle Abe's the lew
Lakeland was' chosen as headquarters. We never were In favor of this
Best joke of the week:: Marines Briny Peace to Haiti. one, it means you'll have to rustle You can't ran't fool the public for We don't know how the year 'round Christmas decoration Perhaps we'll buy a !\"I'!" ?, i"lev'

? I ---0-- tons. as they realize that the con- Miller plan will work but we are idea However loyal I It may seemIt I really couldn't say:
Tho difference betweenmen's
I ertl big Ltant advertiser sells his products in favor of trying It out, anyway'Vall'bula Just doesn't look right 011'the I havn't even opened up'
rtl Mexican elections mean you're shot if elected and beat if trousers and present day cheaper: than the non-advertiser Advocate Fourth of July. The market page tiidn-
skirts Is that the latter never bagat and customers are not caught on

v defeated. the knee. Slarko Telegraph. the few cardboard "specials" hung ----0--
And lets give more thought to
0 And that they are built to cover out for bolt. Staike Telegraph.All .

1 : '' The, organized rural; community is the. one that heads the son two Journal.pegs instead of one.Bron- further of which comment.-Bronson is too true to Jour-need around; townThe -I dad's you've present given him this socks year. You ever know since Best Purgative for

1922!) when you varied a little with
rG procession. \ --- nal.
ti' Florida has of chilly ,, ... that red tie splashed with yellow '
Just enough :----------- ;
o -0----- polka dots. Suppose this Cold
year you
1 1It's winds to make one appreciate
Just about the time think
K), not so hard to disbelieve! anything published under the sunshine that follows.-Starka you're getting/ good you last word we had" from Klve him something different like:
Io program ParH said: 'e1el'\ lie
-\\ can always use
the head "Believe it or nQt." Telegraph. I liven nt that we could over your radio, some guy stepsto "'flat chested women, once tin socks can't he?
dlnpeiiho with Home of I the rhlllent the mike and yells about deilt-
envy of fervent fnshlonltes, are
of them and Ret by all l'lght.-- '
sopen shaving ream, tooth paste
w Florida had to be a big state, else the tourists. would be Bronson Journal. or something/ that Is guaranteedto Seeking to gymnaltdums and exercise Athnlnof New Yoik restaurants
sllonhere: trying to do- have announced they will Install -
off into the waters --- -- be free from brick-bats, axle-
pushed und ppra.r.n.wr.'Thelieve
velope curves contours stock market ticker
for
tapes
Y According; to the "Slnike- Telegraph grease and other harmful abra- .
0 the convenience of their customers. ]
the Florida
/ Republicans
sives.
; '', The Turks have a double-barreled excuse for automobile have discarded the elephant as Home freak- Inverness time announcer Chronicle.breasts Or ,Aha boys Rounds as if one-hand What's the matter, isn't business the congestion, reduces complications
; driving might t really begin to be bad enough? Every time consolidated -
accidents-insanity and love. their party emblem because of so "At the sound of the musical dingdong worth while. hastens recover)
can openers drop fifteen\
many leaking trunks. We don'tblame on the farmers' dong-dlng, .
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thfrm for wanting some it will be exactly fifteen and threeIUartel' .... .. .
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Call money will not come on just any kind of call. Neither drier emblem since their president: ( seconds past twenty-nine: No man likes to have to feel In'' -- --------------- ----.--.,
all\ the pockets of bill car before
t is hush money always silent. was elected" a dry platform. minutes after seven o'clock.
finding his date. Most of the
--0 Bronson Journal. Northwestern clock wrecking brutes want to put their arms REX JEWELRY COMPANY
"
--' time. DunK!
''t Christmas should ad- around something--well\ at least
Merchants wishing a busy season With only eight obsolete lawson --

vertise their lines of holiday'goods.. our statute books, Florida is tangible.
The stats road department co- Such extreme thinness is not STAKKE, FLA.
not so far behind the times. Now 5 4pa'
,
o operating with the nnlford state the natural state for a human.
let someone figure\ how many are
farm Is going forward with the Woman Is the only animal thatcan
Congress is: getting rather particular about the brand of not being enfor'ed.---Stul'ke Telegraph LADIES SPORT WATCHES
hard surfacing of the highway be- get away with)hollow cheeks
being sent to Washington. Will the Telegraph please
congressmen tween the farm and Starke. Pav- We see an emaciated horse and
explain what makes a law obsoleteIf
o ing of the road was recommended; say "Look at the poor beast, you
not complete failure or enforce-
The high school football player's ambition is to cover ment? Bronson Journal. In cases of emergency; at the penI- can count Its ribs" We pity the Abra Jeweled Movement White Gold Filled _. $12.50

tentiary and it became necessaryto horse while all\ the time If we had

himself] with glory and mud on a college team. Lakeland-Journal----0-says the Republican order out t the Starke National two xylophone hammers we could Abra 15 Jewels, White Gold --------- .._- __ $18.00Men's

o I Guard company, which the prison play a tune on any eighteen day
i party put Florida on the
Part of the state press is of the opinion that the flydeosn't map last year. It also put Florida management does not think will d'eter's: vertebrae.A Strap Watch, Watches 15 Ruby Jewel
ever happen. The road
amount to much unless it resides in Florida. Democrats on notice that they like department Waltham ------------- ----------- -- $37.50
i' la furnishing the material and the
plump woman brings up visIons -
nip Van Winkle had been asleep
o so long the party was about dead. prison the labor. An agreementwas of years of marital happinessand Hamilton 21- Jewels, 992 R. R Watches ____ $19.00

It's not the spirit of the season but gift ties that cause Starke Telegraph. Which so reached between the board of well\ fed complacency while a
commissioner of state Institutionsand thin female is .
reminiscent of noth-
some men to use the back streets on Christmas morn. far as the Democratic party is concerned
the road( department for carrying ing so much IJiI5 spinach and Melba
was a good thing. We are We have a well selected line of watches
o out the work under that ar- toast.
not quite so sure about being; put
Corn on the cob in the summer, bottled corn juice in. on the map in that manner being rangement. -- Tallahassee State priced way below the regular price. Our

winter the cobs for unmixed blE'sslnBronson News. But get a load of this boys from
using stoppers. Nothing wasted.
Journal. -0-- the same article quoted above: watches arc guaranteed.:

o' Gypsies are touring the south "Fattening diets are chic to-

drink] in Alabama is with the added --- and have paid' calls In several day."
Accepting a : a felony, Where the old fashioned! girl! ,
Flor'da! towns At Jasper lo la.,I
'risk of the felony beng: converted to a death sentence. was all bustle, the modern girl Is -
i' all MUSCLK.-One of tho "Kllpa: while a woman read the palm of' Whatever drawbacks the o'gh-: COME IN AND SEE OUR

o :and Kracks" by Russell Kay In the assistant cashier, another teen day diet may have had the STOCK

One agricultural "expert", when asked how to outwit Starke Telegraph A-uli but sayHz'othel' -, woman stole' some $6 75 in cash fact remains, that tomato and a jY Y tit
from a cage near by. Pursuit was cup of hot tea didn't make much
ri the corn borer,'advised the farmer to stop planting; corn. Kay you cannot judge
all modern girls by what you may given and the !tribe of six cars of a dent In the bank roll.
o taken In toll and jailed. Starke .
have learned from one on some
,Tennessee proposes to have a "beauty tax." Florida petting! trip. Delray Beach was given a visit by a band, and I Should a contest be conducted
tho chief of police them Rogers 1817 Chest of
gave the among the young ladles to determine
beauties are all tax free but the lipstick consumers pay the Hammer.
glad hand advised
--0- \ them to keep the most popular man ha our i

bill. o) Governor Carlton! could very going One managed to escape country it would probably he a Silver Hollow Handles

,. 0 properly place In tho credit column vlgllanco and<< began telling for- close race between Col.! Lindbergh, ,

?' tunes, and was promptly picked up Hudy Vallee and Santa Clans with
Bottlers of Florida will meet in Jacksonville this month, of his advancement programtho
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I' rpslense and told 1 that It cost a lIncense of the odds slightly In favor of Herr Stainless Blades No Better Made $31.50
today of four West ,
ur, n') fr according to the TU. Bottlers of one product" will not be Florida counties from the cattle $1,000 to tell fortunes in Starke.. Clans. '

}a there. ticks quarantine regulations. Baker That is a prize idea this gang of / Community Plate, 26 Piece Chest of Silver $18.00
l Pilferers) hit'a town and with their
---- Columbia Sutvannee and Union Rudy might dony well\ fillinga
join the tick free counties today disgusting"habits enter homes date, but when It comes to filling \ William Rogers and Sons, Permanently Guar-
Dry farmers with leaky barrels shouldn't expect dry without provocation
or even a stocking Santa Claus has
That Is real advancementfor no anteed __ .____ ____ __ ___ hn $1850
congressmen with 'leaky baggage to be so enthlisisatic. over Florida Ocala Star. "-

farm relief. --
'" Gasoline sold for 6 cents a gal- IMPERIAL I THEATRE,_ JacksonvilleONE WE 'DO ENGRAVING, WATCHMAKING\ AND

oJ lon In 1S90. Ah, ,those were the
:' The guava was given its distinctive scent to keep humans good old days!.-Wauchula Advo- BIG:; WEEK;; STARTING DEC. 11th REPAIRING

from eating the fruit, but with the use of a clothes pin you ('I tO. The good old days, yes! If NO ADVANCE IN PRICES ......---.-----.---.-.--.-,------,-.-
an automobile had happened in
It -- -
can ,
manage Wauchula or Starke forty .
years ,-'-'--'--'-'------------'-'--
o ago; the inhabitants would have

t; t Tarpon Springs Leader! tells of a Clearwater:! man beingin taken to the wood Starke K

a daze for two days. There are two brands of dazes- Telegraph. It hasn't been so 1iudgi etY
many years ago when an auto ur
Positively the supreme )
interior and exterior.
chugging along the road would

Y 0 make a horse take to the woods.P. .- achievement of the You would not re- Expensesin

,, According to the Lake Wales News, the flapper's advice II. A. In TimoH-Unlon. Talking Screen! Bret going 100 miles t
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to her sisters undecided about" going to long skirts is "Let. The Clermont Press reports the !,, to see It I 1930-

_ 'your chassis be your guide." case of a baby' weighing! 11 pounds S3: STIRS-BOO: GIRLS '1}

o being born there, at 11 minutes ,4 J.I'T'S: no
past 11 o'clock on the llth day ofthe
i'' Leesburg Commercial is of the opinion that. the wedding 11th month and the 11th anniversary All Talking Singing; th

of an unpainted doll would create more excitement than of the armistice.: Tho Uaacing)

babyla the 11th grandchild on the
of the
one painted variety. J
maternal side of the family, and
0---- the 11th grandson on both sides. The reigning sensationof ,
w9
Blonde Yams From Georgia Make Big; Hit-Headline in That boy should make a wonderful the Motion Picture x Y

-' Tallahassee State News. The yams are almost as famous as crap shooter 11 years from '
5 now. -- Tarpon Springs Leader. Industry
4 the two varieties of Georgia peaches. ---0-

'1'i o A woman and an automobile area

Florida has always been known ds the Sunshine State. great deal alike. You must take
out a license to own Both
Now Commissioner Doran it leads in moonshine. You / ones
; says knock a good deal. Both stall

have no need of moonshine on a moonlight night in Florida. when least expected. Both are a.

n runabouts. Mpst accidents only

1 knock a little paint off. The up- A CHECK BOOK is a little bookGet
Starting of grading on the new state prison farm roadis keep Is terrllnc but you can't get

dragging because there is no concerted action. The route along with one or without one.- keeping system in itself. True, it Your

from Raiford to Macclenny is ready for as many convict laborers DeLand Sun-News. But you haveto afro- weights but a few ounces and is
pay taxes on t the car before to n.a CheckBook
It as can be secured. you get tho license. However it t absurdly simple. Yet it provides
.
0-- gives you the right to run her.- er's
an accurate record of receipts and
')' Customs collector at West Lake Wales!! Highlander. 4 I
Key says "you don't see women Now-
-0- disbursements checked monthly
coming in from Cuba now with liquor concealed in their ,
tE:1j Chicago; dental society warns of Start
_ clothes," being of the opinion that half a pint is about the danger -kissing a girl who Is by the Bank. Keeping an expense

..ih c limit to be concealed in a modern frock. lIe probably hasn't dieting. To play safe, first\ lovlte budget is easy (and profitable) The

t heard of the one who smuggled two quarts of string beans and them see for what dinner they order.at a swell- Starke cafe with 'a check book to record your Next

K, past the fly guards. Telegraph. "To play safe eh?" every expenditure. For( economy's Year

o A-ah. Benjamin thought that once
1 and she ordered a plate of slaw, sake, open a checking!, account here. Right
j'j'r' r Jacksonville Motor Club is backing the movement to have
a dish of raw, a chicken and a
.the highway from Macclenny to Jacksonville widened. Too roast, and when consumed she ordered -

many lives are being sacrificed on this narrow road for it to I' more, and then Benjamin s BANK OF STARKEAN
fell on the floor for lie hadn't but
remain in its present condition. Traffic demands within a (fifty cents. -. Delray Beach Hammer -

I few years will require further widening, ;and the building now : HONOR ROLL BANK

{ of another sixteen foot road for 0--
traffic should
be
; one-way con-- We like S. Matthew. !'I' sidered. to see the river run; we

like to see the ocean roll, but the -
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