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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 27, 1929
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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IMntn' of harries. r: i County Jixlit" 111..1)1'. | of Other '
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I I'r Shipped, to Jnh Buy In Florida Act I ('II""" '" In Court. Tuesday f s 4

Law Is Favored I New River probably had Its Janice Lancaster, colored pleadguilty
(' Dpc. 20.-Strawberry driest colored Christmas frolic Inyears before
Gardiner
OUR WISH County Judge
of liar dee and
growers county Monday nhtht-- Tuesday of taking and using

other perry producing areas of Attorney 0l'11('I'll 1alild Give All becaiiHO' of ollicers coming i In I nn automobile without the owner's

Florida are nailing the Miller auc- Preference To HomoIlHltlNtrlCH unannounced and uninvited lust u consent and was given a fine of y

tion system now being: tried out In I short time before the festivitieswero $100 and costs or six months in

Florida for the first time as their I scheduled to begin. jail. He will\] serve his sentenceon

salvation. A law that would give Florida I Tom Stark, the host l. could not tho roads of Nassau county.

Inltal! sale of strawberries under Industry a definite: percentage of I ( i d S YOU journey along life's great highway Ignore the travelers; the weather With two companions Lancaster

the;, new plan was held!] at headquarters tha preference over competitive I was fold, tho oflh-ers wero cold "borrowed" the }Ford touring car

in Lakeland Monday firms outside the state is favoredby I towards the summit of it is and they were his guests' -even of Senator I K. M. Johns Saturday 'tf u

night when a 'ar from Bowling Attorney General Fred II. Davis o success our though unweloomod.Ills night, tho car being parked oil

Green and one from Gallowaywere who ban written the spirit of hoHpltuIlty demanded tho t street, and used it for a Joy'

auctioned off at twenty-four ed Industries of Florida Assol'lat-I wish that you may be helped both onward that t he t trout them an honored rldiv Tho mai'hlne walt found the
wo-Id help secure the of guests, IIH long as they lingered bo-
cents' a pint. Tuesday's sales Included passage next day where It bad been abandoned -
Plant such a bill I neuth his lunnblo roof, and his in Reno with Its
one car from City.It starter out
and upward by each experience encountered and first! consideration was for their + '
also brought twenty-four cenlu "I am firmly convinced that all of comml.islon.: Lancaster was ar- l

a plot. state, county and municipal officers half frozen fingers und toes. rentod by Night Officer Thornton

three should not only patronize What more fitting trluuto could Monday
On Wednesday night cars by each obstacle overcome. evening.
home Industries and homo markets ho show to the laws ot hospital.ty' :
were auctioned the one from Bowling Other C sos) l'poamt of Tuesday
Green bringing the highest where their factors are equal," Mr. than to make Ills unbidden quests by Judge Gardiner were:

price, nineteen. and one-bnlf cents Davis sa'd, "but they should go warm and comfortable before they Albert Hamilton concealed
May each sunrise bring renewed hud time to mate (their business so
A pint. Those from Galloway and further and give home industry a you courage weapons; continued to January 28.

Plant City brought one cent a p.nt certain definite preference far away from the wlilto way posts Albert Hamilton, reckless operating -

less. The attorney general believes and brighter hopes each sunset'a sense of accomplishment and traffic lights- of automobile; continued.
Maybe the warmth would also
that giving patronage to home Industry -
Expenses lire two and one- defendant placed under $500 appearance -
thaw out tho stern, suspiciouslooks
when prices of both Florida -
twelfth cents a pint, to be taken and the abundance of and on fares of tho law. bond
firms and those outside the night an rest
Simmons assault
out by the auction company and No Starkof Bunk) simple ;
Tom
one can arcuso
state are the same doesn't mean
plead] $1 and costs.
of /guilty
associations, including the cost
half-way measures, and! to think
anything, because woulddo
anyone }K. C. Jr. reckless delving
crates and cups l leaving nearly 22 peace. Homp
was to act.What
so as a matter of course
plead guilty $1 and costs. I
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cents a pint for Monday and Tues-
r cared he of the assured \
\Mr. Davis explained his positive
day's sales, and nearly seventeen Grover Berry, manufacturing;
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fact that soon this name small
stand on the question as being "
and one-halt cents a pint for Wednesday's each cloud show its silver would be with liquor; extenuating circumstances
pales largely because he sees in the gen May you lining, ev- room jammed merrymakers reduced Berry's fine to .$1 and .j
eral practice of building up home from tie camps and turpentine costs '

There are three associations in Industry a considerable measureof difficult teach wisdom wood with Hoyt's Extra James Turner, drunk and disorderly
shipping throughthe accomplishment
Hardee
county relief from high taxes which ery you Loud, and that liquid( refreshments!
; plead guilty, $1 and costa.Rosa .
Miller company They are:
would bo as fresh air
necessary
Florida business pays.
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Bowling ,Green Hardee Derry County Growers Growers Association -, Mr. Davis secured passage of a and every sorrow be turned to an abounding hap- If the participants were to see the disorderly Ilelle; plead Albert guilty, drunk, $1 and and "$
sun rise again?
law while a member of the legislature costs.
Int., at Wauchula] and the Zolfo \Maybe the shade of anguish that
from Leon county In 1923
Abner Padgett] profanity
open) ;
Growers Union.
Springs Berry piness.At crossed his face as he turned from
giving preference to Florida architects -
plead guilty, $1 and costs.
the are elated
That growers grettlng the Intruders was caused f
over Atlanta architects In designing
Kelly Thomas gambling pleadguilty
over the prospects for better prices state buildings. by tho thought of the silver dollars ;

through the new plan Is evidencedby each turn of the road and the swamp nn/feiliad demanded $1 and costs.
may you see a new Jon Padgett drunk and disorderly -
who have
the large number recently of him before the liquid lire ,
these associations.All AUTO 1.OI.laSO.1; ; ; plead guilty, $1 and costs. j
: Joined changed' hands, but Ills hesitation
OUR ""OUST'KIY:' vista of and Gbo. Patterson, drunk and disorderly -
increase in brighter
of them report an membership promise, may you experience was too slight to cause his visitors
; plead guilty $10 and
] this week, and they esti- to wonder It t they wore not wel-
mated .yesterday that fully seven- Negligence is perhaps the chief costs.
come.:
cent of the strawberry reason why we encounter so much fulfillment of your highest aspirations.Selected.Regulations JOG Ilobernon, drunk and disorderly -
tyflvoper ]Fire; and warmth hud! to be produced -
of the county belong trouble with out automobiles.We ; plead guilty, $10 and costs,
growers immediately] and Stark
pour alcohol Into our radiator Kdwln: Duke Jr., reckless drivIng -
the other of these associations I
to one or | ''bought, If ho wore sacconsfnl
and expect to use the at the beginning of a cold spell j 1 1 1ixirhaps they would leave him In ; continued.
and then forget about It-until a James Hall, transporting liquor:
Miller system.Some strawberries still being steaming system awakens us to -=-'A ::l ..."""" """"'-JJILoI ...__C'f. .. ---q j pmiro nnd dryneHR. Aloud guilty, $l fiO and costs.
are ) Anyway, It was worth the etI -
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Mold on the open market to our neglect.We sS g I fort- Waller 1\tar\ hall, operating aut.omob'ltlunder -

The : went to 26 drlvo for miles upon miles Influence of liquor;
price
cash buyers And ho hoisted the five gallon
at Bowling Green without ever giving a thought to I plead' guilty $100 und costs.Wultur .
cents a pint demijohn of white llKlilnlnK on to
but during the week the oil in the crankcase unless a .. Manuel!, setting fire to
Wednesday, the fire burning merrily In the fire "
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forest held for circuit
averaged from fifteen to twenty- service station attendant happens place. ; court bond

five cents on the open market. to remind us of it. For number as t the title of certificate, M> KXTK.XSIO.V: ;:' CHo'T.U The maker of that liquid has $500.)
from the We pass the ten-thousand-mile and should be nallE-rlln tho for Calley Thomas, drunk and disorderly +
Strawberry shipments car ITKf'JItHH: TIMMAFTKIl : l'f'aMOIto ho proud] of his product! ;
county have now passed the 120- mark in driving, but never stop to which It was I Issued and remain : ,JANUAItV: no cause for demanding that he ; plead guilty, $25 and I
consider whether It Is time to have 1930 Auto Tags COHt,..
tOO) pint mark. Shipments up to a with t the car forever( afterward.The label his lieu feu us proof that they

week ago totaled 17,850 pints and the oil filter cleaned out or the licence plate should also re- Tallahassee, Dec. 19.- .-Florida contained more than the ona-halt- : Thomas Stark possession of
cleaner changed the liquor plead guilty, $10() and costs.
week 104,340 gas or sparkplug main with the car, trans ;
during the past upon any motor vohlclo of-orie-perceut.
operators must
Requirements for obtaining 1930 buy
? replaced, or the motor tunedup I Robert Sullivan, possession of
fer of ownership. Neither the IIt-
went out. 1930 The that Ore took hold
pints l 1'cenHe way of
\ license plate are as follows: tags by January 16
of several other liquor plead guilty $150 and
o or any Impor- ;
Bowling Gren reported the ship- Present title certificate and registration tle-aluminum disc nor license plate or tell It to the sheriff Walter \McLln. \ the \liquid was enough to make :

ment of, 95,040 pints including tant details checked up. card or number of 1929 issued for a motor vehicle] Is valid BO tin if motor vehicle commissioner the officers think they weru being costs.
Jeff Donnell assault battery
We about our week after and
go way
those loaded Into cars there from for use on any other motor car and sad!' attacked with I
A a new liquid-lire
today. 15
also day ]
tag- paid personal tax receipt extension
week plead guilty $10 and costs.'IIUI.STMAH .
never giving a thought to ;
should be
never taken oft the
Wane hula and Zolfo Springs. which may be obtained from ear time will bo given motor- weapon, as tho1"'flames uliot. their
.
The Hardoe County Growers the battery on which so great a for which Issued or placed on any lulu In which of fire from the hearth -
drain is placed especially at this the tax collector on payment or to buy new tugs but tongues out ( : / Tltii3: ATMMTIIODIST
other
sent out 19,172 pints up to and personal tax. car. thero will bo absolutely no further lit all directions.' CI.uncI(
Wednesday's shipments.A time of year. I The state motor vehicle department extension Considering that
Including officers
after not
January 15, / are
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And so we hit Into a series of It a new car, the bill of sale Is
Is being loaded at the pack- requests nil dealers or persons under the law firemen the work did
car troubles that causes us to curse required order to be attached to they must buy tags they In saving The children of the Mnthodlst
ing house here and will leave tonight purchasing out of state cars by January 1. t tho lioun should he rewarded
the day when we bought the both- application for ]license and title Sunday school enjoyed a tree Monday +
This Is the first car of ber- to secure ownership papers before wins the us! il rate of firemen pay.pla ,
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nt the church
but evening Santa
irsomo) machine. Innocently Certificate- same must be registered :
such
Wauchula this sea buying car or cars. If the till ,' .
to leave tnllei To. ou'nljQ: l
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ries < j (duty
enough, we pass the buck on to the for taxat'on with the tax person falls to give HTIt\WmnHSUlI'lIU1': { : Claus wax there In his happiest,
you properownership the> c'ty limit-) or, .porhapj, theywero
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son.The manufacturer for the faults which (collector before tag can be Issued and ritOM 1 K.AII'OUO!>> I mont generous mood nnd dlntrlbuted -
Strawberry papers you were 1111-
Zolfo Springs really fnti.red, ;: l In buvlug a
I the to tho excited chll-
thereon.
present
Union reported that 3,680 ord'narly would not arise were we ablo to locate the party later on I little of the "evidence."
Growers
pints had boen shipped from that to take proper care of our car. Our state provides that tourists when you wished to secure Florida \Monday\ the first shipment ot An WilY, Stark'n suggestion that urea Delow Is the program for

point. Approximately] lf 0 acres ,Thero Is little' or no effort or coming to Florida may stay here tug and title, you would he taking strawberries of the season! from he bo ullowml to remain to conduct the evening<<:
and not buy a license tag providedho flunJ! : rr: to 'the World.
represented In the Union at trouble, we will agree. In watchingtho a long chance In cane the car (llalford was shipped, two crates tll<. ff/t./l.l"i was> vetoed by
are "" Mr. U. K. Per-
la a bonaflde resident of some Errlp'urH 1011
speedometer and giving a I turned out to be a .stolen automo going In the first
Zolfo Springs.: shipment. This f the) ofnV, <>r"<, oven I though he as-
other state. This Is no, even thoughthe ryman Mupcrlitcnil"nt of school.
thought to those parts of the car
county I Hhlpment was made by two different
Shipments from the now up sured them that said festivities '
that need checking at regular Intervals said visitor or visitors may owna I bile.If Prayer: novo J. '. Ouy.
Including for- tourist into growers; and was consignedto force
would of circumstances
total 122,100: pints a comas Florida by ,
winter home In our elate. Christmas Memory Gems, by
But do
18th.Miller we simply don't with other license a comm'iNion house In Washington be
wardings made December any )plate other dry or Just slightly amp.
Speaks.. to GrOWN'SMr. It, and It Is this negligence that However any out of tate visitor than a Florida tag-and be la I). O. Lake Butler Ills effoitu In tho'r behalf they Margaret/ Pearce! Hull Wyman
lies at the bottom of most automo- coming Into the state of Florida and 1 Harold Bishop.
Miller said the berry season obliged!: to purchase! a 1930 tag- 1'1 m08. laid, wore too groat to K tJ unre-, Song by Kmmctt Perryman.
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little routine and Into bulsnoss
and it tive troubles. A going or accepting he do but there be -,-. warded! and lie allow then
this year li too early ttjat may so, can no nni.t to Jack lia'le Rhodes
Itaiph TommyBitch
1 l'Ule consideration of kind whatsoever
watchfulness, a employment any '
would not reach full swing until ad valorem tax against b'm. I HAHI>> Hl'ItWlCK: OSHn.1 show their appreciation by supplying and Pomr-r Perryrnan. I
thing from must Immediately] register .
the Inanimate
for
after the Christmas holidays. He The motor vehicle title law contemplates >>> an ('O II'J.ITJoIJ; : him with free board und lodg- Recitation, Christmas, by Net-
much' his and Florida llcenie
which and we car secure a
we expect BO ,
said more buyers would be down that every time a car I I. inK In the capital rlty of Stnrke. fjiirHno Andrews

can avoid all those minor difficulties plate. transferred from one owner to another The work of putting the slag' And Tom spent the night theClient Recitation When I Am Big, by )

then.He stressed the need for co-op- that might otherwise vex and Florida grants to bona-fide residents the title and tag shall be surface on the completed portionof ( ; of Jailor HalsdPii] dreaming Joseph Andrews, III.

eration among growers and others discommode us. of other states full exemption transferred. to the new owner and Road No. 28 through Union tho night through of great stacks Song! by school and choir.

Interested. Besides, it helps lengthen the regarless of what those registered In his name before It county was completed Saturday. 'If> filled dem'johns, in sight; but Recitation, CtthrUtmas, by Net-
sold life of the car and affords us states grant to rseidents of Flor- be transferred always of reach.
Mr. Miller said berries I can to another Birmingham slag was lined on this out tin IIt>wlln//(.
greater pleasure In driving It. 'da: provided of course, that the Act II.Srene
Monday and Tuesday nights for party. part of the road. This week the !Recitation Christmas Birthday

twenty-four cents a pint, or three non-resident has registered his When a car has not been In use crow was busy finishing' up Road! -County judge's court. By Doula Smith.Recitation! .
street prices. HKIZKS: :! IlAIUtKL: MQCOR car or cars and obtained license No. 58, between Providence and Principals
cents a pint above the for the pant year, It U necessary A Wonderful Christ. i
from his plate therefor for the current year I City. Lake Butler Times Sheriff-W, J. Epperson.
bid
ito said there was no for the owner to secure an affidavit! mall By A. Z. AdkIns Jr.
company, as he wanted to let the Sheriff Epperson Deputy Sapp from his home state. by two parties who know the conditions Deputy) -n. B. Sapp. Recitation, The Christmas Tree

other buyers show what can be and Road Patrolman Davis paidan The law U mandatory: All motor relative to the car, whether N.MALL: FIHK: HATrilllAV>> Hoad Patrolman. M. Davis. by Mary Harriet Illshop.
handled omclal visit to the filling station vehicle owners are required by The Prisoner-Tom Stark
done when the crop Is It has been in storage or just -- Kong, Choir and school.

systematically.' He said they did operated by Brownie Bennetton the title certificate law to take out put up for repairs' before tag can Sparks falling on the roof of a The Evidence-One. Pint. Distribution of presents.

J. not pad the figures, but sold aa the highway Just south of Law- certificate on their motor vehicle.A be Issued. small house near the old city hall .

they would In midseason.Mr. ley. Monday and hauled off a barreil penalty is prescribed for anyone A Florida tag must be left on the during the cold weather of Saturday The "Judge: "Guilty or not WILL' INSTALL OKFICEItSWoodmen

Miller said he wasn't telling containing approximately 45 operating a motor vehicle in the car for which it was Issued as It ignited the shingles In several guilty?

growers what organization to Join, gallons of shine and sixteen pintsIn state of Florida without a certif- la not valid for use on any other places and the fire truck was called The Prisoner! : "Oullty, Jedge.; of the World, Camp/
for Christmas de- icate of title having been Issued Tho Judge: "Ten dollars and
but wanted co-operation and vol- bottles ready car. out. Chemicals were used In No. 138 and tile Woodmen Circle
ume of berries. He said there are livery. No liquor was found In for It. It Is the intent of the law Bradford extinguishing the smouldering costs or 60 days." will Install officers jointly on the
county car
ownersshould
three associations in this county the building: the officers uncover that ownership of an automobilemay apply at the office of Col.A. shingles and little damage was The" Prisoner: "Thank ye, evening of January the 3rd at the

one at Bowling Green, one at Wau- ing the booze where it had been be traced In a continuous S. Crews, upstairs over the done. Jedge. Woman's Club of Starke. All members -

chula and one at Zolfo Springs, burled nearby. No arrests! were chain, Just as you would make up Act HI. of both orders are requestedto
; postofflre, where the tag office for -
his auction com- made.no an abstract of title to real estate. I Scene 'Two days later, Nassau be present and visitors are cor-
through
selling this year will be maintained. rOLII>> DOES: HMALL\ DAMAOK
pany. He laid cars will: be loadedat Therefore there can be no break county road camp. .lally Invited The Woodmea
with association the chain of titles or skipped -- News Note; of Circle team will the
Bowling Green until the volume contrast any 0 -Tom Stark, one degree put on
at Waucbula warrants It, be- and any organization may quit his link. The assignment and trans There will be a s'nxlng fountain The cold weather of the lost few the latest arrivals, has, been fitted work. .

Bowling Green Is In another system when it sees At. fer of certificate of title and license in the Scenic Highlands this days resulted In killing of all exposed out with a new suit and shovel and __ .

cause from Wauchula and a Following his talk, Mr. Miller plate must be made every- !neason. Engineers for the General blooms and young fruit on will assist In road building opera- Prospects for high-priced grapefruit P

rate zone rate Is secured from answered questions for twenty time the motor vehicle changes Electric] Oompany, whose heads the strawberry vine", of this section lions In this county for the next the remainder of the season

better express He laid he believed m'nutes: before the meeting ad- ownership, but It Is required to be are large property owners In Highland although small shipments! are sixty days. was indicated In a report of the

that point. be adjusted by the journed. He was introduced by done only upon the change of own Lake, the suburban develop still going out dally from shipping The End. Florida Growers Clearing Home

the rates would A. A. Tano local berry grower, ership and not year by year, unless ment on the northern edge of this points of the county. This fruit Association, showing that only

first of the year.asserted his 'organlx&tlon who advertised the meeting and of course, the car changes :Ity, have worked out plans for comes from vines whose leaves Actual work on deepening and 7,000 cars of grapefruit of the

Mr. Miller but was Instrumental In getting Mr ownership every year. The little operating the spectacular Painted protected the berries and In some widening Florida East Coast Canal present crop are left compared

Is not fighting: anyone Ml he can Miller to com to Wauchula for metal disc which Is issued with a Fountain in Lake Lillian Intoa Instances where the growers pulled from Jacksonville to Miami to 19,000 cars at this time last

-for wants his the produce.grower to He get Mid he has lie meeting Tuesday night.. I title certificate, bears the same singing toontaln.R the mulching.QIIrlt over the plants. will be started Immediately.] year. ,




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4Ti ((7 As your :Well-wishers, every firm or individual
All the folk whose Holiday messages appear on '
whose this invokes Destiny's
; signature appears on page -
this page join in wishing you the very best that
: kindest blessings on and dear ones
you your
X/
life affords. During the year they have been mer- ,
for 1930. _The most prosperous of Happy New
chantsand more. They have been your.friends
Years I
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Best 0' Luck! A Red Prosperityand

A Barrel of Good Happy ,Season's
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LetterYear \
Luck! Days! I Greetings

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May Fate smile her Health

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i draw __There 365 in 1930 kindliest
May you a big are upon you during

prize in the Luck Lotteryof .
and we hope that every
1930. We wish you all __A cordial Happy New 1930 and many years af In your life's history It is our sincere wish
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the good things that you single one of them brings may 1930 be a red letter that riches in the form of

wish yourself. Year to you and yours is ter. year carrying more than gold and bodily vigor will
joy and prosperity to you
its share of all the good attend your journey thru

and yours. the sincere wish of- things that make life the year 1930.

The Quality Store v worth while.

CANOVA
Paul E. CanovaF. CORPENING'SDRUGSTORE

PHARMACY M-C{ STORE Bank of Starke

C. Flynn J. M. ALVAREZ


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\. A Happy 1930

To Your : A Long Life The Old'Sentiments

,,' The Best Twelve Sunny If Wishes To You All And


F' Health! Merry OneTo For the
Thingsof Months! Were Deeds -._

New Year I II

Life-
To the readers of this news- I
That every month, every -the year of 1930 would you we extend our

--4V the publishers and staff earnest wish that 1930 During the coming year
5I,4 day, every hour of already be marked downin paper The ending of another yearIs
may prove but one more you will be followed as
wish about to be recorded, a
what we
-are and yours for the year you 1930 will be filled with history as one of your wish a year, replete with the year of severe trials and tests link in a long and cheerylife of old by our sincere goqd,

to many, but with it all we with wishes for welfare
aM blessings of happy home, a replete unending your
1930-Health, prosperity sunshine and happinessfor happiest and most pros- a should feel thankful that we
happiness. and happiness. .
?$ l;' and contentment. May have withstood these tests "
you is the earnest perous. full l pocket and robust health. .
and have many accomplishments -
this be agala
I year year.
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wish of- Happy New Year, friends! to our 'credt.As :

r J. W. Andrews, Jr. Starke Bargain
V, McNULTY'SSTORE FRANK'S AUTO I see on all sides signs J
;. TORODE-RITCH of tlii dawning of a better t .
t LAUNDRYGobs day for us, and evidences of Ford Dealer I Store
CHEVROLET CO. BRADFORD COUNTY a more prosperous New YearI
wish to extend to you my
very best wishes for a bounce
i.. TLEGRAPII tlful share of the good things I 1- -_ .
the New Year holds In store I -
for us.
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We' are happy to count you
r .. our friend as well as cus-
X04 I of Cheer tomer, and we are glad of Cheerio! A Toast to the
s During ThisYear If Our Wish the Holiday which causes us
to pause and ponder the val- ,
ue of friendships, and our For 1930 'Coming Year!
of Grace--- Comes True for the New YearThat relations ""and associations, .
both business and social with
our friends, which after all
are among the finest thingsin
I' a9 life.
1930 will be
May the choicest gifts a Here's to 1930 friends! May 1930 be a year of
1930 will be a banner period overflowing with I thank you for your good
of Providence be showered will and your support, whichwe :May it bring us all the unconfined joy, prosper- I
for brimful of ) shall In the years to come
year you good cheer good health
and strive harder to merit, and blessings of riches,health ity and progress. May it
!g upon you your
good fortune. happiness and good luck for is 1\ with an expression of warmest -
dear ones. May each you regards, and the season'sbest and contentment! bring to us all permanentand
and increasing wishes, believe me,
prosper our earnest hope. .
1'I day be sunnier than .its IIPQQ complete happiness.S.
I ity. Most\ sincerely yours,
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G' predecessor.

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man by Rev. John F. Shepherd, D. Dye Starke, 4:60: a. m '
D. Presbyterian Synodical Executive Misses Irene and Thelma Cain No. 12, northbound, local due \ \
News of Florida in Short Paragraphs for Florida .' of Lou'se! attended the dance Sat- Starke, 3:55: p. m.

0-30: : p. m. Christian Endeavor. '' urday night. No.4. northbound limited, due (, ,

;.Topic: Youth Needs that Christ Mrs. M. C. Abernathy and! son : Starke 7:12: p. m. ;

r4 ('an Meet. deader Miss Dorothy Dume. with !Mrs.\ H. D. Abernathy I No. 108, northbound limited ;i'i'i

-'Thy word U a lamp onto my feet( and a light unto paih.-Psalm 119:105? I.nub, wore shopping tn Stnrko SaturllaY'j duo Starke 5:4C: p. m. I :d
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r LIVE STATE NEWSTOLD I 7.in: : p: m. Evening Worship. Mrs. !Math Wnsdin <: No. 1)2!) northbound limited : '. +

L OIl'tpTtitrtt'ihrsn'F' :i" AH religious i tr>.pticnn lecture on a visit to cups of One strawberries to Starke! Washington and Beyond 6 : 14 a. 4 Sf
: r" .. rsiiii: creed if they lire to have anyiclaim tho Holy Land by Dr. Shepherd. Tuesday. I m. 1'1 iHtarI.e ,\<

upon the love, loyalty and devotion of the people, must be In harmony with A cordial Invitation to all our Mr. and !Mrs R. S. YVasdln. M: Wannce '

the teachings of Jesus the Christ whose words fit into every fold and creviceof services etended to all. Francis Murrhee, Delmar Sur- No. 101, leaves Starke 7:00: a. 7
BY OUR.EXCHANGES the human heart and of whom it was said in John 7:46 "N EVER MAN -. ll'
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SPAKE LIKE THIS MAN." rency. Mrs. M. C. Abernathy, Mrs m., 102: arrives Starke 2:40: p. ".. ':
FIRST CHRISTIAN: CIIVRCT.Bible II. D. Abernathy and Mrs. Moth in. dally except Sundays. ,
,--.-.-------- --------.- .) Haw should a Christian walk, woman in Samaria, "the hour -- Wasdln and children attended T. J. Griffin, Agent. ',,: !

Tallahassee Fire originating[ at I ho coroner's Inquest indicated Arswcv, road Lam. 3:22,23.: cometh, when ye shall neither In School and communion church at Hampton Sunday night. \')' :ii'fII .

from a detective stove pipe slightly the two occupants of the Christ says, "Love Your Enemies". this mountain! nor yet at Jerusa- services each Lord's Day at 10 Don't forget we have Sunday :If' "
damaged one section of the coupe Luke ((1-27-31.I : But I say unto lem, worship the Father< But o'clock. school every Sunday evening at Blue Hus Lines p"I,\ '\, t,\

I !state chemistry building here this were intoxicated and were driving iOU which hear Love your enemies the hour cometh, and now is, when Church services morning; and :3:30! : o'clock at the Christian Northbound-8:69: a. m., 1:5: 1

morn'ug.: The damage was confined their car carelessly.; It was broughtout do good to them which hate the true worshippers shall worship evening of the first Sunday in church p.. m., 4:30: p. m., 8:28: p. m., 6:11: "(\,." 1

to portions of the walls of a that the coupe was green in you. 28. Bless them that curse [ the Father in spirit and truth ; ouch month, by the pastor, llro. Mr. A. (L Brown and son, Hubert a m. ''I
room of one of the assistant color and thai it had a tire cover you, and pray for them which de-: for the Father seeltoth such to Dixon, of Jacksonville. : were In Starko on business: Southbound-!9:37: a. m.? 11-37: .1 try, .
chenxUta[ and a Santa Claus outfit bearing the advertisement of a spitefully use you 29. And unto worship him." The real spiritual -4- Saturday a. m.? 4:07: p. m., 6-37: p. m.. 11:59: i" ,

which hung from a hook. Marianna firm him that smlteth thee on the one I relation between God and man Is Miss Francis Murrhee was the p. m. :'(. .< ,
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cheek offer also tho other; and I best cultivated by earnest private 0 guest of Mrs R. S. Was him that taketh thy cloak communion and prayer. Hut the day. Tho new plant of the Miami fi.', "
!Milton An unusual atmospheric away : TIIERESSAMils :
Police holding[ '
Miami[ are Christians can Beach Gas Company at Fulford Is ;. \
forbid not to take thy coat also. fellowship between
Robert Johnson 18 for investigation disturbance struck about Rhoda Edgier, Cnr.Thoressa .
negro, now entirely \4
completed at a cost
ten miles north of this city de- 30. Give to every man that asketh be had only by collective worship. l-ll Club nt Graham "'((2
on charges that he stroying two homes. It of thee; and of him that tukqlh Peloubet quotes the following ns 4..7)....... .... ...... of $2.000,000 and is ready to be ,\,< '.'
1 broke Into the home of J. W. Croft was compared Mr Thos. n. nickenlmclier was turned Into the forty-five miles of ,
fire
thy goods ask them not an Illustration of this "Any
in Cocoanut Grove, and attempted' by residents to a Kansas I away Christian Union basketball at Graham school )Mond.iy Dec main which will supply the /
It the terri'A''A'
31. would that will stoop be extinguished
twister. The path of the storm was again. And as ye team met the Lawtey town ho ninth for the of
to attack a white girl.! Tho negro' wood purpose ornruiIzhiR tory from Fort Lauderdale to Miami ; ''
was arrested after bloodlrounds apparently about 60 yards in width men should do to you, do ye also burning sticks of or lumpsof the loam nt Theremin. on Thursday and a l-II club for the boys above Ileach The new plant Is the t' ,r
coal separated one from t,
had been used to trail the Intruder. : as shown by its course througha to them likewise. are watt down to defeat to the tune of Ion years of age. high pressure type with all mod v ,.
Prayer: Mine are on Thee, other; only when they are kept together !
eyes
rail fence .
Johnson denied the Arthur Jarngan lfl-9. The game was played In There were eight members pres-\ ern facilities and equipment. De '
O God the Lord in Thee Is does the tiro burn more amimore I-i.l
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barge, but police said the girl[ saved himself and his mother by brightly. It Is not enounb one of the coldest afternoons and en and the following officers were trot[ Mich,, la the only city in tha )

had Identified him. taking refuge in a strongly braced trust. for to draw to God t tho home team seemed qllltQ unable elected : Clyde Strickland, president United States which has a similar .',
fence corner as his house was I with believers calm" confidence near Itthl'lr to get thawed but. as the ;(Htors |- : mule MrKlnney! secretary system, nays: the Miami Reach :I'' "';

DeLand John Wallace, 20, today <- strut-It and torn to pieces. The SUXJ\ I1,00I.U'.SSOX hearts social aad did. Jones especially waMvery lid) treasurer; J. II. Itrown vlce- Sun. Tho Sun says that Miami .1 ,;'1.
pleaded guilty to a charge of: second bouse struck was occupied r need the; we stimulus are of ark other'a active !tn finding. tho goal prt-Bcnt; the ones present besides Bench has enjoyed, every facility ..1

robbery and automobile theft and by tho family of John Addlson I confessions, and ." tor LiRwtoy. 1'. C. TI. was ponallzod officers wero Earnest nroiiglUon. of modern muncipalltles except /:' :
Five children were sitting about songs, prayers loo often for their satisfaction II. C. Surrency, Virgil Brown J. ''
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was sentenced to serve six years at The of Christianity comes gas, which has b anticipated ;:i
tho state prison farm at Haiford the fire wth: !Mrs. Addison when I For December 2f! j$)t n. from both joy personal communion and handicapped themselves In H. Strickland and Horcae Cain. for several months by residents of ./1":',

He confessed, authorities said, the wind struck the house liftingit Subject: Fellowship through with God and association with oiiHnquence. There was no doubt! The Hoys 1-1 Club will inset that city. Now that gas is available : :,
that he held up and robbed the from about them and leavingtho Worship. other Christians. about the correctness of Ed: Durbln's again when Mlna Pearl Jordan more than 3,000 persons have !I", (ru

proprietor of a drug store at Daytona group seated about the demol- Golden Text : "As his custom decisions in his capacity of meets tho girls. No special[ date has already applied for the installation :; f'' .

Beach and also stole automo- ished chimney unhurt. was, lie went Into the synagogue referee. been set yet.TIt.tlN. of mo tel'S. .!,
THANKS HUt 11KMMNUORPHANS; Lawtey: Jones 4 1 and Pnlch 8. _
biles in Volusla county. on tho sabbath day. Luke 4:16.: 1IOMK: .-- "
Qulncy C. C. Harrell 25, Central Truth: When formal forwards; T. Dock, 2 center; Howe Nl'llldlUI.II: .: Lake Placid, tho little city that '

Miami -. Safe crackers had easygoing Gadsden county convict guard, was worship is neglected the soul loses 'and Moore, 2, guard T.".eretum.V" ban more area than any other city \
!: at the office of the Kerning bound over to the action of the IJs connection with God. The farmers and merchants \ Russ, 2. and D. Moore, 4.. for- Our new schedule goes into effect in Florida celebrated the openlntc

toon-Rand Business: Service! com- grand Jury on charges of manslaughter Perhaps the first religious; ser responded generously; and cheer-, wards; It. Moore, 3, renter; A. 12:01: a. m. Sunday Dec 15th of I the white way Monday of thin n y
pany last night. Thieves forced growing out of the fatal vice at which the word of God was fully to the truck load of goods Moorer, C. Ilershey, J. Trlest: and and trains will run as follows.No. 'week with appropriate ceremonies.

their way into the office, where shooting Tuesday by the guard ff read and explained: to the peoplewas which was privileged; to Dec take 17th.to A. !Moorer\ guards.On 1, southbound local, due Mayor Andrews and other distinguished ; '

sates are sold and repaired, used Ilanry Tymon, 22, as the prisons about 450 years Before the Jacksonville Tuesday Saturday Theren Christian Stnrko, 10:14: p. m. citizens made addresses,
tools normally used by the company was said to havo atempted to escape birth of Christ, when all the people Part. of the provisions was takento Union team visited Ilrooker and No. 11, southbound local, due i and the affair was a red letter day "r

and broke open the office from a road gang; following.a gathered themselves as one man the Baptist Children's Home., played a most evenly contented Starko, 11:13: a. m. i in the history of this fast gpow-
safo. They stole $40, and left preliminary hearing today before and Ezra and his assistants "readIn which Is caring for sixty children.Mr. gains with tho town team. At the No.3Iouthhollul: \ limited, Miami lug section of the state.

tho company a job of safe repair- County Judge W. B. Greer. Ty- the book of the law of God distinctly Fagg< superintendent of the i finish the score stood, ,II-18! In favor due Starke, 9:39: a. m. -- t

Ing with which to start the week. mon, whose home was in Bristol,' and gave the sense, and Florida Children's 'Home Society of T. C. U. It was said that No. 107 southbound limited Tarpon Springs Elfers Citrus

Conn., was serving a sixty-day sen- caused them to understand the writes: Thereaaa gave away a number of Tampa and, St. Petersburg, due Growers association started Im-

West Palm Beach Prohibi- tence for beating his way on a reading." (Neh. 8:1-22)). Thus "We want you to know that ev. ,goals:: by slack guarding, but Starke 1:09: p. m. provements to plant totaling about

tion forces under C. H. Parks railroad train. After he was fa- the Israelites worshipped God in a ery particle of food and every ar- Drooker Is to be praised for seizIng No. 2, northbound local due $2,000.
tally wounded ticle of clothing which came to uJII the opportunities thus offered!
the
swooped down upon a moonshine Tuesday, guard body. "Worship" Is "Communion"with t
) of tremendous help In caringfor
was arrested _by Sheriff Scott M. God In in In them
distillery in the Hlllsborough ca- song, prayer
the homeless and, needy chil- rooker S. Mott I6 and J. B.
nal destroyed 800-gallon Gregory and released in custody of speaking of his goodness and our : ,
an cy-
press still and 90,000 gallons of Warden T. L. Morris, who was blessings. And social worship Is dren of this state. You have add Rues, 2, forwards; P. Stewart, cen- l
placed under bond for the ed to the comfort and happpnessof : ter; O. Mnlheny, H. Colnon and NOTICETax
appear- union of
mash, set Ore to a small settlement a In these forms worshipby
our children and we want you T. C. U. 1>.
maintained by the alleged moon- ance of the guard at the hearing those who are bound togetheras I T. Pudgett, guard. :
today. and childrenof to know of our aJ>pr oC'lallon. Sixty Moore, 2,' and W. It lisa, 8. for-
shiners, and confiscated a motorboat followers of Christ
four persons contributed and the wards H. Moore, 8, center A.
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with supplies aboard. The God, and who feel a common
Orlando -. An alleged attempt fatherhoodof value of the goods totaled $195. Moorer, 1, and J. Titast guards.GRAHAM Certificate Sale
of tne
etlll is said to have been one dependence upon
O. P. Raymond. ---o--
to haul truck
load of citrus
a fruit
the largest ever taken in South God and the brotherhood of .

Florida. through one of the northern quar- Jesus. Christ said, "For where miTIHT I .......e.....w......... UCJinniPIt 10 o'clock: a. m. January 2nd, 1930,
--- 1 antine guard posts James W. Willie two or three are gathered togetherin I .
who his address Pine- nil outstar;+']ing State Tax Certificates in Bradford .
Baldwin Two persons were gave as my name, there am I In the Sunday school at lOa. m. Last : o ;
alive and uninjured today because I hurst, N. C., $100 and costs or midst of them." White county with subsequent and omitted taxeR
the school hud 000N. i
Sunday a
60 days in jail, headquarters of ..0.00040.... .O.
the same pistol failed to lire on the Mediterranean The lesson begins, "I was glad Christmas giving Instead of a thereon, will' be offered( for sale to the highest
two different occasiqp4 here last fruit fly eradication when they said unto me Let us go Rotting Christmas A pretty tree Mi' Claude Saunders and family
night. The lucky ones were Mike campaign announced here into the house of the Lord. with big box beside it. Classic have returned to Clrnhnm] and will bidder according: to law at the Clerk's office in

Andrews, local garage owner, and today. Willis was piloting a one- Whither the tribes go; up, the marched past and gave their gifts make It' their home for a while the court house in Starke, Florida. A good investment
An- ton truck loaded w.th a cargo of tribes of the Lord unto the testi- !Mrs. II. I). Abernathy spent the
an unnamed negro burglar. citrus in Into the box for the Arcadia: home I yielding large returns. A chance to pick upa
drews, pistol[ in band, attempted to fruit burlap sacks over mony of Israel, to give thanks unto 11 and 7:30p. punt week-end In Gainesville with
Worship at a. m.
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country roads !In an alleged effort piece oV land cheap. Investigate. Buy und help
fire on the negro, caught in the the name of the Lord. There are m. At the morning service I Mrs. Marjorie Byrd
act of robbing Andrews' home, but to avoid the guard posts, the report some who neglect tho Sunday ser- Ilev. J. L. Norris the Moderator of Quito a number enjoyed tile your stet and county; tax: liens arc ahead of all 1

gun failed to' explode. The negro stated. lIe was interceptedat vice, and say, "Worship is betweenme our Association will address the old-fashioned square dance given others.
overpowered the mechanic, snatched Ridoout ferry in Clay county, and God," but somehow the at the home of Mr and Mrs. S. FMorgll.n

the gun from his hand and triedto I at 1 o'clock' in the morning by person who neglects worship in .congregation.The pastor: will give a new year's Saturday night. Sale continues from day to day until all sold.

fire a bullet. Into his prone body. guardsmen, whose presence there congregations of Christians will address at the evening service. Several crates of strawberrieshave
was believed unknown to him, the his fervor been picked in this section
soon find own religious D. Y. P. U, at 6SO: : p. m.Lnst G. W. Alderman
TallahasseeFlorida motor vehicle report added. Willis was arrestednd failing. Sunday evening the union presented and if the weather stays good
. operators must buy their turned over to Clay county civil i The reading of the law by Ezra a splendid Christmas progrnm there will be more In a few weeks CLERK CIRCUIT COURT

1930 license tags by Jan. 16, or authorities in Green Cove was perhaps the first Sunday following one given by the Girls' tit. Li-o pyal of Now York, is

tell It to the sheriff. Walter S. Springs and was given a speedy ,, School. It consisted of reading Auxiliary These two societies home for trio holidays) with his

McLIn, acting motor vehicle com trial. The fruit was confiscatedand and explaining the scriptures. used the regular evening hour and parents, Mr. and Mrs. Truman -

missioner, announced today that a destroyed. These things, with prayer and the their
the congregation appreciated <';7"T ...r.. \ .1 l.t:t "'fIIIAIr.: .: "!W "!:r.M'rrv1'm'E!'!! :: '
wouldbe singing of hymns, aro the real : ... I. ... .
15-day extension of the time exercises.: .ya jN .:.._.iir.HMi nitrM.j :aj tn-nrrnnm mifiinni v -< fftfTRnTT -' JpiyTt''t7Pifi; ; ft'rT.ingjT.mm;; : J';,;-'aiir.'
given motorists Jn which to buy ........... ............ need of the Sunday School work .
the new tags but that there today. A good view of church TltH" TO T1IK HOLY LAND .
would be absolutely no further ex- :E BROOKER and Sunday School work Is thus Y

tension after Jan. 16. Under the Miss Pearle Gnlney stated "When we come together This will be the subject of a hectare ,
law 'motorists must equip their a under the guidance of a wise at tho Presbyterian churchnet take
........................ teacher discover that Why ai'
cars with the ensuing year's tags we promptly Sunday evening. Dr. John V.
by Jan. 1. Heretofore, however, Mr. L. R. Gainey was transacting 'every one Is wiser than any one'; Shepherd of Kustla. who ban. span:

extensions of time until Feb. 1 business in Gainesville last that b, the joint knowledge and considerable time In Palestine and!

have been granted by officials. Saturday.Mr. wisdom! of the class are greater Egypt will illustrate his address

K. M. Hazen, A. B. Sur- than the wisdom and knowl- with many beautifully colored
chance
DeLandDennis Estel Webb rency, R. T. Osteen and )Mr. and edge of even the most ac- elides, showing scenes in the land on tires ?

10, was accidentally killed hero Urs. Laird and Mr. II. P. Gilney (omplluhed Bible scholar\ and the of tho patriarchs, prophets and

last, night when his sixyearoldcousin word attending to business In moat earnest Christian In the Christ. The public IB invited

Sidney Beckman, pulled Starke last week-end room. Such a 1 person can learn I 1e'

the trigger of a rifle left in an automobile )Mrs M. F. Hazen of Hawthorn, something from every one there, Jacksonville Fla. Dec. 23, 1929 i Ii There are scores of different
and all contribute'somethingof a. P. Raymond,
by the parents of the was visiting here last Saturday. can Rev .
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boys. W. K. Webb and Sidney Miss Louise Tippins a memberof value to the meeting. The Sun- Starke, Fla." I brands of tires on the mar- ;
Beckham, fathers of the two boys, this echoolJIaculty Is spendingthe day school is one of the church's ITenr Her. Raymond:

had just returned from a hunting holidays In her home at Green most! valuable agencies, and the Our Society is exceedingly an- ket they all Jook pretty
trip and had left the rifle: in the Cove Springs./; Christian who does not make use xious to express to you and all of

car The Beckham boy picked up .. Miss Stella Mae Ward of Jack- of it Is not only missing: one of the kind friends who of food, t much alike-everyone fi

the gun. "Look out; I'm goingto alnvllle ia spending the holidays the greatest blessings from his own clothing toys and other articles t

shoot that tree," he told his here with her mother, Mrs. T. P. life but is falling to use one of the for the children under our care at claims he has the best-

cousin Dennis. Tho lad pulledthe Ward. readiest opportunities for Christian [ our receiving hmoo here In Jacksonville a" i '
trigger and Dennis fell with Rev. Moody of Lacrosse passed service." which were so kindly there are all kinds of "spe-

bullet in his chest. He died a through here last Sunday wherehe The lesson goes/; on, "Pray for brought to us by you last week.
few minutes later.Jacksonville filled his regular appointment the peace of Jerusalem Peace I would appreciate it if you ,I hl cial offers" floating aroundit

at Rock. be within thy'walls.. For my would Insert a brief article In your "''' '
is wonder
brethren and companions' sakes, local epreaslng our very no car ?
W. E. Ford, Prof. and Mrs. Laird and daughter papers

manager of Keeney Park racing Jean, are spending the week I w11! now say Peace be within deep gratitude for we do want everybody ?, owners are confused. Here
plant, said tonight he had been in with friends In West Florida, and thee. Because of the house of the no matter how small their

touch with Frank A. Keeney, own- Georgia. Lord our God I will seek thy contribution may have been, to is one sure way to play

er of the track, and that Mr. Keeney hiss: Blanche Burgdorff l Is good." know how genuinely grateful we :
said there would be no more spending the week-end in Bush- Tho Jews assembled in Jeru- are for their Interest and help. safe. Buy a genuine Goodyear -

J racing at Keeney Park this season. nell with her parents. salem a( their national feasts to This has been a critical year In
worship God and to mingle with our work and It means a great deal Tire from
Mr Keeney said, according to Elder Dan Herat, W. A. A. Rivers _. us-they
each other. But for us "Church to use to have those articles and
Park Ray Wood and Malcolm Hunter -
Ford, that insofar as Keeney ,
was concerned the winter racing of Lake City, attended churchat going" should have a stronger ap- food supplies, preserves, etc., cometo .-s .,'ct.:. cost no more-frequently
peal, "for it Is In God's house that us. ". All T I.
season in Florida was off. Mr. Rock last Sunday. 'Ypes. less.
comrades, our friends, Trusting that everybody who r
Keeney New York sportsman, has Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Chesser of we meet our
brothers and sisters In Christ, helped in anyway will have a hap All
been unavailable for a direct state winter Garden spent Saturday our '. Sizes '
and this close human fellowshipadds pier Christmas because of their Our service is always in
ment since the track was closed nlg>t here with friends and Vela-
to the blessedness of the kindness to our little ones, and All Prices
accompanied home
yesterday, after the running of the lives and was
sixth day's card of the scheduled my his sister Miss Josephine Chea- place." thanking you and Mrs. Raymond your interest-Plompt-
The remained of our lesson is particularly for all that you have

27-day meeting.- ser.Mr.. If. P. Galney was visiting in taken from the tenth chapter of done In connection with tjils l mat- ALL GOODYEARS Expert-Com teous.Ritch's .

Madison -- The authorities are Lake Butler last Wednesday.The Hebrews and BaYS "Let us draw ter, I am,
seeking the driver of a 1923 model Brooker post office has been near with a true heart in fullness Marcus C. Fagg,

Ford coupe which ran down and moved into the new building and of faith Let ns hold fast the State Superintendent. i Service Station
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killed Worth Rowell, 14 year old the home oX Misses Florence and confession of our hope that
school boy. ;No trace of the hit- Mile Hauge, who live In the back waiver not; And let us consider I'HEfmYTKRIAN' :
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and-run motorist has been found. apartment. one another to provoke unto 29,
The accident occurred near Lee, love and good works; not forsakIng Services Sunday December Starke Florida -
Hialeah Construction under our own assembling together, as follows: ;
near this city and only 100 yards school, J. M.
is but exhorting 10 a. m. Sunday
of
from the spot where recently two way on $75,000 airplane hangar as the custom some ,
auto- at airport for Curtlas-Wrlght Fljr- one another." Truby, supt.
persons killed in an "
were
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Hearts-S Hearts- 7 presented bv
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Diamonds- none : A B t Diamonds-9 family of Freiburg Germany.
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Sarlflco sale trade, lease or exchange Fassnachts and the associates
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PAHTV all or any part of more } Aeries j! 2 !-3O by! Hearts 9,2 the principal rules are men and

I I r Wynne l F! erguson Clubs4DiamondsA women who have given their lives.

Archibald Thomas Jr., celebrated than 200 different properties in to the production ot this great r>-

his sixth birthday with a partyat various localities Numbered Author of PRACTICAL AUCTION aRiDCBeCopyrigbl.1929 Spades-none ligtous spectacle.A .

the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. huge cast of "extras" .
afternoon. among them are the following: by Hoyle,Jr. Clubs are trumps and Z is in the lead. I trumps with the four of clubs. In either will t b.
r, J, Epperson Monday How can Y Z win three of the four case Y Z must therefore win three recruited from Jacksonville rest I

i After an afternoon spent playing: 45 separate 1st mortgages averaging tricks against any defense? tricks. dents to provide mob and group
ARTICLE No. 12
T3 names; refreshments were served Solution: Z should lead the nine of This end play is given to show the scenes lu which more than 600 pel-
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a to the little guests, who were: about $3,000.00 each, secured In the preceding article problem hands were given illustrating end play hearts and discard the king of diamonds necessity at times of trumping your nona appear. The Passion Play
Andrews, of readers the following from'Y's hand. Z should\ now partner s tricks in order to get into an
Jacqueline have
Buddie and by modern five-room bungalows Simple as they were, they puzzled some our so lead the of Company carries two complete
diamonds. A should
ace
advantageous position
Ida Lulu and Marjorie Davis Car- solutions should be closely studied: yourself, or to wardrobes for the extras In
trump this trick with the ten of clubs place your partner in that position. addition -
olyn Green, Ruth Wyman. Leonard of appraised value of more Answer to Problem No. 6 and Y should over-trump with the For example, suppose at trick two 'to the more elaborate ward-

Smith Enoch and Betty Hayes than three hundred thousand dol Hearts-Q jack. Y should now lead the jack of both A and V ret used.to trump the robe for the many principal char-

Frank Hemingway Francis. Lee Clubs-none !spades and no matter what B plays, ace of diamonds. In that case' Z can acters. The choral effects will requfre -
and Sonny Peek Clara Flume lars-sacrifice price cash, one- Diemonde-Q, 8 Y Z must win one more trick. lead a trump of the deuce of hearts. If organization and training
If at trick two A refuses to the former B or
trump A mutt win two
Juanita and Sara Barefoot, Jun- third of face value or $1,000.00each Spade.7 trump chorus of 200 voices
the a from Jacksonville
ace of diamonds Y should tricks how : -
Harold ffearts K Hearts-A, 10, 4, 3 trump no matter Y plays If Z
fur Griffls, Alma Murrhee, all guaranteed and Insured: Clubs- 7 r Y r ClubsnoneDiamondsJ with the deuce of clubs and lead the leads the deuce of hearts, A should church choirs and sing
and Dorothy Bishop, Emmett Per- 10 t A B' : Diamonds-none jack of spades. B ran either trump with discard and no matter which trump Y ing societies.

rymani George and Ruth Powell titles. Spades- non : Z : Spades-none the queen of clubs, in which case Y's plays, B can over-trump and thus Chairman Sweeney said yester-
June Hall Gloria Buford Louise jack of clubs is good, or trump with enable A B to win two tricks. Note this day that special attention wilt b.
Stern Freeman Register Mary First Mortgage of 200000.00 Hearts-J,8 the trey of clubs, in which case Z over- end play carefully for it is a tricky one. given to requests for reservationsby >

Williams, L'Etta Corpening Rivers secured by more than 600 acres of Clubs-8 Diamonds-2 Answer to Problem No. 9 out-of-town patrons. ,

/ Hundley, M. C. Thomas, Mar- 1 An administration office ban
Spades nonea
Hearts K
timber land mining properties, -
garet Pearce, Florence Mersereau, Clubs-none been opened In Morocca Temple

X F. C. Atkinson, Sammie Williams, with appraised visible mineralsand ( ) If hearts are trumps and Z is in lead either the ten of diamonds or Diamonds-none building and requests for-reservations -

Kenneth Mlrov,. Harry Kellum. the lead, how can Y Z win one trick seven of clubs which B should! trump Spades Q, 4 for any performance shouldbe
p, Ice cream, with' fruit cake was timber of more than eighty against any defense? with the four of hearts. B should then Heart.- none -- Hearts- none I
addressed to W E.
boxes with hard (b) If hearts are trumps and eitherA lead the ace of hearts dropping Z's Clubs-Q j Y : Clubs-none I Sweeney
l served. Xmas million dollars also $500,000mill
; or B is in the lead, how can A B win jack and thus enabling B to win the Diamonds- none I sA B : Diamonds-K chairman or Captain L. 0. Hitch-
I J' candy were given as favors. Mrs. and plant in first class condition all of the tricks? balance of the tricks. This end play Spades-, 3 t Z j Spades-K, 7 colk, at the administration office
Thomas was assisted by Mrs. W. J. ,, (a) Solution: Y Z can win one tricky was given to show the importance of Morocco Temple, Mr. Sweeney

Epperson and Mrs R. J. Davis. Included, with .more than thirty the lead of the eight of clubs by Z. the lead. Very frequently it is worth a Hearts-Q said. Telephone calls. for reserv-
\ Y should with the of trick have hand or the
trump queen or more co: one Clubs-none
x Collections of state and county million dollars of orders on file hearts. B must over-trump with the ace other in the lead so be careful to figure Diamonds-none ed seats should be sent to 5-4055.

taxes for the month of November from manufacturers worth billions so that Z must now make the jack of out in advance, If possible, whether or Spades A, 2queen The Freiburg ,Players are now
hearts not it is advantageous too obtain the presenting their Passion Play In

of'thls year exceeded that of any ; "titles perfect. Discount! 25 (b) Solution: If either A or B is lathe lead yourself or allow your partner or .Spades are trumps and Z is in the of hearts and A [is forced to I Atlanta .to capacity, houses The
other November In the history of lead, hearts should be led and won an opponent to do so. le d. How can Y Z win two of the three trump. As Y just overplayed A's trump Jacksonville performances will

1 : Seminole county, according to a per cent $50,000.00. price net in A's hand with the king. A can then tricks against any defense? on the first trick he can still do so no be given in English. "

statement made by John D. Jin- Solution: Z should lead the deuce of matter what was played on the first ..
l king county tax collector. He said cash, $150,000.00, complete de- Answer to Problem No. 7 spades. If A plays the trey of spades, trick. As a result Y must thus win The Florida .League of 'Municipalities

? f '+ that his office received a total of tails, files and reports available. Heart -none Y should play the four. If A plays the trick two and Z's ace of spades must -
: $99,089.45 in payment of taxes Clubs-9>> ten of spades, Y should play the qutfea. win trick three. In this way Y Z must will hold thelr.semlannual -
i Public utilities; complete water, Diamonds-A, 3 In either case, B is forced in the lead, ''wiq.two of the three tricks. This endplaytsgiyen I meeting at Lake Wales on
last month as compared with $74- Spades 8 either with the/! seven or king of spades. ,to show importance of I Monday and Tuesday. December
423.56 received during the same power and light plants and systems He must win this trick Y Z will win
Hearts-S Hearts-2 or throwing{ ot cinppnent in the lead so 16th and 17th,A fine program has
month last year, making a total will accommodate about Clubs-A : Y : Clubs-none all three tricks. that he ia forcecTto-Jead a suit to his been prepared and largo attend-
increase of $24,666.90.Brooksvtlle Diamonds-K, 6 : A B : Diamonds- 9, 7,5 Having won this trick,' B can lead disadvantage. "> ,
-. eight ,thousand users-original Spades-none : Z : Spades -none either a spade or a diamond. If he leads Other end plays willbe given> *.r t. ance from every part of the state
the spade, Z wins the trick with the -is assured.
Loral post office time to time, but the best way to profit
cost price about eight years ago Heart.-IO.. ace and Y's king of hearts,must win from these example hands ia. to be on -*-
building under golnlng extensive Clubs-none I the next trick. If B should lead the the lookout for opportunities in actual Butter is defined, by an act of

Improvements. more than $450,000.00; now DiamondsJ, 4 king of diamonds Z should discard the plav. congress as the food product made

Jacksonville Packing plant of clear Spades-2 i ---- from milk
good titles, want borrowlooobo.oo exclusively or cream or
N Brooks, Hlrth Corbett Corporation PASSION PLAY WKKK: IN JACKSONVILLE Shrine, the railroads serving: Jacksonville both with without salt
will start operations soon. $ will pay 8 per cent There are no trumps and Z is in the the tricks. If A discards the ace of :, have agreed to give special or common
S lead.. How can Y Z make all of the clubs, Y should discard! the trey of return trip rates to visitors and with: or without additional col-
and bonus of 25000.00 or will tricks against any defense? diamonds and Y will thus win the oring matter and containing not
J'KTITION: FOR SCHOOL ELECTION Hundreds of visitors from town!! coming to view the Passion Play
Solution: Z should lead the ten of bu;".uce of the tricks. No matter whatA less than 80 per cen by weight of
u sacrifice for cash, or consider tradeas and cities within a radius of 100 presentations in the Duval County
hearts and discard the eight of spades discards at trick two, Y Z can win milk fat.
4 55 Vandorbllt We, the undarnlKTied Sub-School taxpayers LHxtrlct No.of whole clear. from Y's hand. Z should now lead the the balance of the tricks. This end miles from Jacksonville are ex- Armory.

10 of Bradford County will prwucnt.. deuce of spades and A is forced to dis play is given to show the importanceof pected here for Morocco Temple's \V. E. Sweeney, chairman of the
our petition to the Hoard of Public Timber and :Mineral lands, 15- card. If he discards the six of diamonds forcing the opponents to discard. Passion Play during the week of Passion Play committee, said today The house of representativesvoted .
r Instruction of Bradford county, Fla. Y should discard the nine ol clubs sntlY's Very frequently tricks can be gainedby unanimously to change tb<

55 at 27, a 1110 xneclal at 1 inoetlnn o'clock, to Monday ask for, Jan.an 000 acres very desirably located, ace of diamonds and Z's jack of so doing. February 9th.Cooperating. that inquiries: have alreadyFor rules and make the membership of
with the local
diamonds will I thus win the balance of
lActlon to. determine whether or the comm'ttee: on foreign affairs
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clear all good
-now encumbrances
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not Vanderbllt Sub-School Dint. No. I n lot facing north or east the twenty-two in order that Ilrepre-
10 shall ronBolldnte with JJIat. No. .I.Ia .Io .Io .Io .Io
8,9 15 and IB, t-o elect. threw trM"'"'''' title, trade for large Improved plans should be reveraed. sentatlve Ruth Bryan Owen of
:p and determine the amount of mulatto'
to be nmieHHnd. against the con ol1- properties assume some encumbrances Lot Size: House frontage 37 Florida may have a place on that

da W+"
n. TJ, fin Pp. cash difference; right 5 feet; Lot frontage, minimum : ington. ,
'n' Teary Rapp. 45 feet.Construction. .

V'S I I J.* S.T.. Snjip.Conner Proven oil l properties in three : Hollow tile with The season is approaching for

1 w. n. Conner. fields stucco finish, rock and decks, planting ornamental vines and
different states and clear
12-27-5t-l-24.
canvas; foundations concrete; transplanting: green bulbs.
will lease or trade, production all
55 windows metal casements in
PETITION: roil SCHOOL KLIOVTIONWe : spe-
around them. cial arrangement with integral Best Purgative for
the under llll'ned taxpayers. of
la
Kellv HnbiHchool District No. 9 of screen Doors, weeds to special
Urndfnrd conntv, nt our 32 improved farms and ranches detail!! .
::11lorp :
; petition to the :. In-
f
SS utrtirMnn. of Bradford rviuntv, Fla.. located in as many states most of Interiors: Floors, linoleum;

S nt n .....<'In.1 Tm...MTiT. Momlnv. Jan them clear of encumbrances will walls, plaster, in special: moulded O Jd
27. 1930, at 1 o'clock, to auk for an
.t.! .'.*,f"" t 0 determine, whether or not lease or trade any or all of them texture; ceilings plaster with
Kelly Rllh-,,< hnol rtlittrlrt N". 1 9, fttni\\ c )rnlces; kitchen, composition tile;
consolidate I with' District No. 8. 10, for large Improved income properties tlOlC"d: DpnlCn
I 15 n"d ift, to elect three trufftfeR and I I bath room, composition tile; steam --
determine the amount of mil In are to paying cash differences. heat, gas and electric wiring.
be. HH.ensed against the consolidated
Cublture 23,097 cu. ft. ..., .w
district: hundred ,.. :r
Grove properties: Several '
t::;:
C. (1. CVowhy. Complete work'ng plans and 35GA. : aft
.T. I* Underbill. acres of high-class well located ..,.....LeAw'An, .
V. A. Browning. A f l t II i, specifications:: of this house are: Relieves
i W. TJ. JnhriHon.C" and cared for citrus groves, _J / available for a nominal sum. Ad

Tt. A.R Johns TTnderhlll. numbered among which are .some dross the building editor and refei the congestion: reduces com-

Wm. Oliver. to house .-106.
H-27-6t-l-24.. of the most famous grove prop- .pJicationshaztens.rccoery.
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erties in the United States. Sell, g I -STEiLM PRESSING COMPANY
PETITION FOIl SCHOOL KLRCTIOX c:
--- lease or trade all, or any part of Suits Cleaned Pressed and
We, the ti"<1ri''tr''At tntnnvera of ReshapedJ.
tit nlshR! Pub-School"' Dlntrlct. No. 16 ofDradfnrd them.
Frank
Thoman Phone
.. 52
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+ PonnM'. will\ n ''' "rpetition
to the Board of Public In- Island Bahama .. .
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.Btructlon of Brart'-M-d, rvn-'v, pin.. WiijsIiOL/iiLijJWritiijLJU
at a Kpeclal meeting Monday Jan. Group, Just off'ma'nland of Cuba, ,
21. I1ifl at 1 o'clock to auk for anQ.S
r.M.SSS t.* rtntnrnitn" ...**'**'"*r *..P I* *t entire Island or key containingmore ..
p i 1. .- .,K.school TMatrlrt No. 16,
hnll 'nn..nllllAte with District No. than 80,000 acres together r d.ofb w
8, 0. 10 and IB, to elect three trnnt<..'K with approximately two hundred I 1. I Cq.puuarodl6rws.G'abr4vaogdw./
tl a d l ",mine i the inlllaMre' to be as- ?
"f>F>">:d ngrntnat .the! consolidated district ,. million feet merchantable timber II

n. Crosby') -much mahogany, ideal sports- ', aMM
C. A. Crnmby. I
1 r. ft T.."..t... man's paradise or Monte Carlo ecrao I f. 0 H'4I
K !M. McRae. I 1 I
.T. K Nwrtn. club site, sacrifice for cash or will I 4I II I
1 W. T. Cronby -0 .
i, TOo A, Crosby, trade. Guaranteed titles. < I I : "" --'
S. K. KPtlev ;
Ss T. T. Crnahy.Frnlc 2,000,000 acres oil and timberlands I, \I
Thomas.. Q
If "'h maa. !!, perfect title, located lower I
E. C. Lewi
Kli.wd Crosby. Calltorn'a, old Mexico, all one \ ',,'

13. J. Lewis. Z-27-5t-l-24.. body, trade, all or any part. ,....

Aviation: Something sensationaland oN kki
JMOTlTlOVjI'-Oll, SCHOOL 1M.IJCT1OV JRack
unusually attractive from Investment -
We. the undarwlRned taxpayers of ., IS I d nvw I i
Woodlawn 8ub-Hohoi l nixtrlct No. standpoint. Promises to 6d
8 of Bradford\ County, will prmcntonr be of :Florida's( largest Indus- iI _
one _
#
pntltlon to the Hoard
of Public
Instruction of rirndfnrd' County Kin.. I tries. About ready to be announced. Ie..sc't; 1 (
at a special mf..Un Monday Jan. I I .ETL S
27 election 1930,to at determine 1 o'clock whether to auk for or not an.1 We have tho inside Informa- I .

"Wo.'dlawn Sub-School' District No. 8 tion and complete details. Looks t t I ,
shall consolidate with. Dli-trlctK 9. u
10. determine elect three trustees better than good to us. -- ::
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and the mlllaire'' to be as- ,
t ceased against *Ihe consolidated! dla- More than 200 other smaller 4 fL"f.,,',"
irlet. i /...1'HE' ''-
J. S. Norman.. \ propert'es.' No trade too small or 1 .
S, If Thompaon. VCOMPACT In your building every fire danger, every unprotected -
T>. W. Starling too large for us to consider and -
If T Flffnnett. ',:.- ; j JrlCUSE ft-06 opening and each protective device
W. II. Norman. match with our own properties. .
C.J. !K M. Carter Norman.' Details upon application, and inspection OUR MODERN HOMi; new and distinctive effects. -walls and ceilings fitting furniture is measured against known standards and

J. It!. RoBler. by appointment, of all or -TilE COMPACT The design of the house-its and the whole Is satisfying practical experience.Your .

12-87-tt-l-ai. physical shape style and arrange- Tho Compact Is modern throughout -
part of our properties. They (By Duncanhunter, Architect: ,
any
York. ment its doors and .windows, its it has: insurance rate reflects your fire dangeras
PETITION POll New )
SCHOOL ELECTION:
will stand and we Invite Inspec- New ideas in ways of living, I placement its gardens its interiors 1 Cellar (full area of house), closely as human minds can judge a

"W". the undervlvned tairpajrers-of. tion. They are worthy of your serious and furnishing-all have undergone ,' laundry, heater and general space, future
S5 5' IS Hellbronn Sub.-Sehonl tntrlct No. consideration. now materials, new methods of I drastic changes the excess cold room. A recreation room event. .
of Bradford County, will prcunntour
construction and new thought have I baggage has been eliminated could be if desired.
petition to the Hoard of Puhlla provided It be possible for to make changesor
InmtruoMon of Bradford County, Fla We most always have several. started an independent "Modern I and the house has been designed First floor: Entrance vestibule may you
at a special meeting, Monday Jan. deserving
improve fire thereby -
1'' 37. 1930. at 1 o'clock to-auk for an Mgh-claas: late model used cars on Style" in architecture and decora- 'o suit its purpose- A place to live with lavatory and coat closet, liv- your protection

election Hellbronn to determine Sub-School. whether District. or not No.t hand as well as nice diamondsand tion which is dally gaining In public In. ing room dining: room, kitchen a lower rate. In any case you will

t & shall Consolidate with districts favor. Its appeal lies in Its The roofs are utlliaed as decks front and rear covered terrace and need the services of an experienced stock
other Jewelry that we tradeIn.
,
NOH. 8. 9. in and 18 to fleet three .
trustees and determine the mlllawe freshness and studied simplicity In from which one may'enjoy the a'rand a one car motor room. fire insurance
.
real agent.HAROLD
to be assessed. against the consoli Rare opportunities and design with novel and intricate de- sunshine amld'prlvacy denied Second floor: Two bed rooms a

dated. A.dlntrlct.J. Harnap/e.. bargains. tails in construction in some cases. first floor porches and here un- : bath, closets and twq large bal-

O. C. Mott. The historic architectural styles usual vistas open up {in all .directions : conies or decks, one ovar.the front

I\*.f D.* demons.f. Oreen.: FLORIDA SURKTY CO. have been hashed and rehashed un- ; as one looks down into the I terrace, the other oveJ:' he motor C. WALLInsurance

1,, W. ("'.'riemnns. Florida's! oldest and strongest 11 there Is nothing left that at all garden. There is no .'walled in ef room. -,
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W.... C.K.'Hod.Norman.... "Home State"" surety organization. refreshes one-Just one house otter feet. This same open spaciousness Celling Heights; Cellar. seven .
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S T. J. Moore. another, no real distinction goes for the interiors as well. feet{ first floor elghto feet six

S. iI C J.>. H.W.'Walnwrla-ht.Walnwrlcht' Suites 1001-5 Harrey Building nothing,to bold oar interest. The Large windows concentrated, leaving Inches; second' floor, eight; feet

W Kranlr-Morgan, I \ Phone 6759,. West Palm Beach. moderq,though bnalcly simple often \ large unbroken, :wall,.surface.!* Exposure: The plans... shownare S Starke Florida

Thomas. ll-J7-Bt-X-J4. Florida. 12-2 7-31. limitless opportunities for for furniture, simple treatment of for a lot facing. south .or west .

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DECEMBER 27. lf>ai> BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKK, FLORIDA PA OK; FI\.F. ''

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:-or ng, Jr., and Mlles Virginia the P. T. A. will drop her a line their delicious: fresh flavor retain ',recess. Iodine research In. the state ot I"

Weeks were in Jacksonville last addressed to Rt. A Box 164, she ed. f ,
Florida. During the first week in ,
.l Thursday.Miss w.ll: be glad to give \information. Congressman R. A. Green appeared 'J
.. Because of high protein, meat November Judge Green railed upon ,
1flitsoilConcerrlling with other members of the
.MISS!' LVTIK L. HAM, A"PJI' forms a favorable medium for the tho bureau of Chemistry and Soils If..i,
M.\ M. Patchett and bliss
Florida delegation before the
IMl'Li n, KKICKMTKRVK1): : growth of bacteria. I for Its co-operation with the Flor:1.: .
Maud Mitchell left Tuesday for house appropr'atlona! committee today ida Iodine Research Commission In '
'The principle of canning Is to
Local Nes Miami where they visited for several Miss Lucie Lucite Hall, daughter and urged Immediate authorization btalnlng the value of Iodine In the :Gti

] days. of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. !Hall[ ot kill the bacteria that are in the of an emergency fund for diet the distribution of Iodine in 4 t

-- Hampton, and Paul Revere Kick.. meat, in the water and In the air fruit fly eradication work. In the crops and In soils, with particular "'>I

Our People Business and Delicious cakes made to order. liter, son of Mr. and Mrs. George In tin or glass Jars by sufficient I course of his argument before the reference to the state of Florida. "

Will also cater social affairs. Klckllter, of Wlmauma, were cooking at the proper temperature. 'committee Judge Green pointedout On November- 14 lie obtained a ;-II

Progress of the County and Town. Rates reasonable. Mrs. R. A. married last evening at 8 o'clockat Heat Intenso enough to can that citrus fruits were now lengthy report from Doctor Henry

Weeks. Phone 40. tt the Tenth Avenue Baptist meats Is obtained by the steam moving from Florida at the rate Knight of the Bureau. From .. \

\ church, with the Rev. J. Max pressure canner, and the use ot of 400 cars per day; that thin was this report it Is conclusive') that
t m* it iL..1131:11.ILILJL. ..................JL....Ji.--JCPCJL--JL--JLJLJLJi.--_._JL_.JL..._JL-JL.H ..II..JIT3L....JL.JL.....JFWKATIIKR .... performing the I the height of the shipping season there Is In Florida vegetables; and { ,: '
Congressman R. A. Green I Is Cook pastor, cere the hot pack method.It :, I'i.O.
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: REI'OUT' Jacksonville, were. visiting here spending the holidays In Starke mony. I Is recommended that for 'mmedlately preceding the Christ- other crops a high; Iodine content. :p' ,'
--- Saturday. convenience mae holidays( \ and that it an em- It Is apparent also that the health .':' (
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W Stately palms and giant yellow I greater and safety, :
Dec. U 60 49 H. Green. chysanthemums decorated the' meats be canned In tin, as far as bargo were placed on all Florida benefits are reflected In this iodine ( .

Dec. 20 45 24 Messrs. B. W. Terrel and J. H church which was softly lighted possible. Tin cans are in many fruits at this time the growers and content in that goiter and ;"".:;

Dec. 21 49 U Lawrence ot Keystone Heights, Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Sistrunk ot with tall white tapers In cathedral : respects superior to glass Jars. shippers would be damaged probably \ other common ailments caused by .I:r ',
22 62 ::40 26000000. lie saId that a lack of iodine In the diet are 110 .
eliminate
Dec. were visitors to Starke Tuesday.Mr. Jacksonville, were guests Christ candelabra. They breakage and the
Dec. 23 39 36 mas ot Mr. Sistrunk's parents, Mr. Mrs. Roy DeBusk and Miss Inez steam pressure canner may be 'Home eight or ten million boxesof rarely found In Florida. J g 1.\\
49 25 citrus fruit should move duringthe Judge Green today has received I'' ''i i ia
Dec. 24 1 music closed and opened with much more
\ and Mrs. Willie Strtngfel- and Mrs. G. M. Sitsrunk. Hurst gave the nuptial '
Dec. 25 55 23 low of TItusville spent the holidays Lohengrin's "Wedding March," speed and the cans more quickly next few weeks and that $25- communication from the Florida 'I, .?;r
rainfall for week, 1.54 In. cooled than when Is 000,000 would be a very conservative Iodine Research Commission, in ,
used.
Total with relatives here. Mr. E. J. Wainwright has accepted "At Dawning" and "I Love You glass;
i amount to place at Its value. vltlng the services of the Bureau r"
Other advantages In canning In
a position in the bookkeep- Truly. : ,
Miss Alatlelle r'ore Is visiting ner Mr. and Mrs. Dave Swlndel of department of the State Farmat Miss Clemmie Hall, the bride's' tin are: No danger ot breaking, He made urged that the appropriation be of Chemistry In the analysIs ot ., \\"'
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parents In Wildwood this week. Hampton were guests of Mr. and Ralford. sister, was maid ot honor. She or loss of liquid, ease of handling Immediately and thus avoid samples ot Florida food stuffs and ,f' '
any interruption In the movementof also soliciting the United States "
Mrs. A. O. Andreu Wednesday.Mr. wore flesh crepe Elizabeth, emphasizing when processing under pressure: fruits and .
Mr. R. M. Johnson was a visitor Mrs. T. S. Williams Mrs.\ N. T.I the new silhouette, with Since pressure cookers are vegetables from the Public Health Service to cooperate 7'. ., I
state of Florida. The
hero from Graham Saturday.Mr. G. W. Roberts was a visitor Ritch, Thomas Williams and Mar- the full skirt made ot lacy ruffles, readily available It la highly desirable agreed to committee with the State Health Service .'" ; ,'
approve Jl.280,000( and In health In Flor :,
Williams In Galnea and carried rosebuds. that they should be used making a survey .
here from Lawtey Thursday morn- garet were pale pink to call for Immediate consideration. '
ida. It\ with particular reference "
In the canning of all meats, poultry was
F M. Garrett of Lawtey was ing. villa last Thursday. Miss\ Bernice: Chnstaln brides- ) .
'._ model ot and sea foods. All commercial to this communication that
maid bouffant
wearing a
in Starke Saturday. (The> bill carrying this
; appro- Green conferred today with
Mrs. called Mr. Canova of Jackson- made the canners recognize that meats
O. J. Grlflln warn to Levy green georgette along
priation was passed by the house
the He 'II'F'JUdge
Tampa last Saturday to attend the ville and Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Ca new lines, carried giant orchid are most difficult to can and con- agricultural department. j
Mr. Roy Coleman of Waldo was Tuesday and by the senate Thurs- expects a further report from the :
of Ocala of Mrs. Miss Sally Col- sequently greater earn must betaken
funeral of her brother, J. P. Dyal. nova were guests chrysanthemums.
day.) f
Tilting! here Wednesday.Mr. department In the near future. :
to produce good wholesome d.
E. E. Canova Wednesday.Dr. son, another bridesmaid, was
.
Mr. Harold Mansell of Frost charming In yellow georgette fashioned products. True, there are many >
I Congressman R. A. Green today For winter egg production the. ,f '
Graham
of $
Chealey Fogg
home
proof spent the holidays here with and Mrs. W. E. .Mlddleton with a, snug waist and full canners who are very successful '
again conferred
with the fed and
depart hens must be properly
was In Starke Thursday. relatives. and Misses Madge and Hazel Mid, skirt made of taffeta ruffles. She In meat canning of all ment of .
Agriculture '
relative to housed.
""'- dleton spent Wednesday In Jack carried white chrysanthemums. kinds In the hot water bath, wherea ,
Auto tops, cushions and cush- sonville Mr Mrs. I temperature of only 212 F. can .... -- t
Mrs. A Z. Adkins and childrenand with and Raleigh Little Betty Ruth' Morrison: __-R-----/ IlAlkft .. ,.
ion covers.: M. Levlton. 26tt be secured. This is possible when - - -
Mrs. M. E. Edwards were Dowling. flower girl, wore a French frock
shopping In Gainesville Friday.Mr. -- of two-toned pink taffeta and carried -' careful attention Is given to every

Mr.. Comer Long of Petersburg The W. T. Weeks Chapter, U. a basket ot rose petals which detail of the operation and wherea

Va., spent the holidays here with and Mrs. S. T. Dell and family D. C., will meet next Wednesday, she scattered before the bride. I relatively long cooking period is

his mother Mrs. F. H. Long. were guests of Mr. and hire the first, at three o'clock in Law- The ring, on a white lily, was given, but this Is not safe.If .

W. L. Wall In Starke Wednesday.I toy. Mrs. W. E. Torode and Mrs carried by Master J. C. !Hall[ who further information or helpIs May this New Year be a bright
Mrs. E. S. Matthews and "Miss II
Effle Miner hostesses, wore a white satin suit wanted, please call on your

Florence Matthews spent SaturdayIn Mr. and Mrs. Robert Trask and The bride entered alone gownedIn I home demonstration agent, who

Jacksonville. family of Lincoln, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Barefoot a bouffant model made ankle I will be only to glad to serve you. one from the beginning to the end, ,

I Mrs. W. B. Perkins Christmas. and daughters, of Sanderson and length. 'The close) fitting waist Ny
Miss Margaret Mansell Is home NAVAL HTOKKH !HTATIOV: y
Mra. Jim Shaw ot Jacksonville II
was of white satin and full skirt
Tallahassee and spent her vacation and may it be the brightest
from Christmas with Mr. and you
spent
Mr. Merrill Struth and Miss Y was ot lace and tulle ruffles edged
here. Fredrlka Struth were in Jacksonville Mrs. P. M. Barefoot with tiny seed pearls. Orange blossoms Washington, D. C. Dec. 21. k
Congressman R. A, Green of the
Monday. wreathed her face and her I have ever known.Mitchell's "
Mrs. Alblna Archambeault Is Mr. and Mrs. Carl Alderman and cap and trailing veil were ot rose I second Florida district today Introduced -

spending two months In Port Arthur Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Hoover spent little son, George Carlyle, arrived point lace. She wore\,.white satin I a bill for the establishment -

Texas. Sunday with Mr. Sammy Thomasin Wednesday from Baltimore, and slippers and carried a bride's bouquet of'a naval stores experiment

McIntosh. are guests of his parents, Mr. and ot roses and valldy lilies. station on the Osceoln National
Mrs. E. L. Browne returned recently Mrs. G, W. Alderman Immediately after the ceremony I Forest In Florida. The bill\) provides

from Jacksonville where she Mr.\ Laurie G. Ray, of Emory the bride and groom left by motor for an appropriation ot $GO,. "+

spent several days. University, left Monday after a Mr.\ and Mra. R. J. Tatum and for a wedding trip ot 10 days to'I' 000 for the erection' ( and establishment Drug StoreThe

short visit with his aunts, the children and Mrs.\ Brinson Me north Florida: after which they I ot naval stores experiment .o w
Miss Grace Wood was the guest Misses Ray. Gowan of Jacksonville spent Sun station on thin newly acquired federal
will\) be at home at Fiftieth street. REX ALL Store
Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Hart In St. forest
of lands
day with Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Day and East Broadway. I

Augustine this week. Mi and Mrs. W. P. Randall end Is. Mrs. Klckllter: formerly of Judge Green Raid that the establishment Starke Florida

son, Bill, Jr., of Tampa, were -- Hampton( has lived here four years of such a station had
Mi'. C. If. Coulter, who has been guests ot Mr. and Mrs. J,. M. Al- M.', and Mrs W. H. Struth hall with her brother and slfltl.: >r.ln-Iaw. the endorsement of a number of

spending several days here, returned varez this week. as holiday guests Mr. and Mrs. W, Mand Mrs R. V. Hall, 3904 scientists and specialists in the' I

to Tallahassee, Monday.Dr. L. Edwards and Mr. and Mrs. W avenue federal agricultural department J

Mr.\ and Mrs. R. A. Newsom G. Struth and children of Jack- Mr. Klckllter, whose
and Mrs. J. P. Mack spent spent Wednesday In Lawtey with sonville and Mr. Bat: Paige of home was In Wlmaunmr lived committee, composed of all
several days of this week on a trip Ocala, branches of the naval stores Industry
-
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. here for several years and Is own }+i ,
through: ,, South Florida. Howe. er of the Klckllter Furniture com and representing the entire 'r80YVaiJVI uv'Iti+>o'' SW'' W u i wr aur+ a

-' Dr. and Mrs. E. L. Mlddletoi industry, passed a resolution at u >V
pany. Tampa Times, Nov 28th
Mrs. L. D. Vining spent the Mrs. E. E. Burney and daughter and little daughter, Marjorie Sue, -*- mooting: held in Jacksonville, Fla.,

holidays In Alabama with rela- Blanche, and Miss Elizabeth of Savannah, Ga., visited Dr. and HOME; < CANNING OP A\I MIT Nov. 7, last, urging the establishment GAIETY THEATRE

tives. Howe of Lawtey were in Starke Mrs. W. E. Mlddleton here this of such a station. Ha further

Tuesday afternoon.Mr. week. funning/ Meats On the Kuril' n$ A slated that the naval stores Indus

Mr. Chas. Ensey of Jacksonville, I I'urt of f; Mcl lU..IIU'1I1I try was one of great Importance to THURSDAY-FRIDAY, JAN 2-3
was visiting friends here last Fri and Mrs. J. C. Rampley of l Mrs. J. It. Hitch and daughter, the South, and of particular' Importance
RICIIAIW BARTUKLMESS
day. Sebring will arrive here this weekend Dorothy, were In Jacksonville I Canning meats on the farm Is a to the state ot Florida; 4Irt

for a visit with Mrs. S. F. Monday and were accompanied part ot good business manage- that this Industry employed some In "WEARY IUVEll"Also

Mrs. N. T. Bitch, Mrs. T. J. Hamrlck. \come by Miss May Peek why Is ment. It Is particularly valuable 50,000 persons and produced for -
Orffln: and Mrs. J. E. Corpening visiting Mrs. E. 1C. Perryman. the nation about $60,000,000
butchering
when home Is don'
as
2nd Splsode of "Ace of Scotland Yards"SATURDAY
spent last Friday In Jacksonville. worth of products annually, lie
Mrs. L. A. Reynolds of Elender- a good supply of meat may bo Mad
son, N. C., is spending the holidays Mrs. O. L. Beasley left last Fri- for the table during: the entire said that ho would ask for a hear --'- --

Dr. and Mrs. R, M. Faver of with her mother, Mrs. E. F. day for Tarqpa where she visited year at a much loo or prlca' than ing on the bill after the Chrlatmui.FLORIDA JAN. 4

her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. C, JACK HOLT
Johns. -
the name meat would coat, if purchased -- -- -

Durden. She wan joined later by in small pieces frofai; the I ..':7 'Ii. tYrf. In "THE WATER HOLE"

CENT A %WORD Mrs. J. J. Manuel! ot Jackson- Mr. Beasley, who spent Christmas butcher. Beef, pork, and veal are Also j
vale: was the guest ot her grandmother there. typical farm products and when I -

Mrs. E. F. Johns, duringthe canned by the best method known Comedy-"Papa Spank and Paramount

COLUMN holidays. Mi and Mrs. W. J. Epperson today: these moats furnish just a<* I Ncws
had as guests this week Mr. and w
--- :
palatable and nutritious .fo'rt' u* TIIBATItE
SALE Shingle mill, com
FOR Mrs. Dale Van Slckel of Gainesville
Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Strickland -
fresh
meats. The fact Lat the
plete, priced right to sell. If of Wildwood spent the holidays Mr. and Mrs. W..1. Epperson Homo of Vltnphono I

Interested see C. F. Lltchfleld*, here with her parents Mr and Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. Rat- and meat Is Is a ready great to convenience serve, saves, time thus ._------ -- .-- --... --- -- ..qI" ..._._.,-_.-._-.._.---_..__._-_._._._-----,-,..*

Broolcei, Fla. 3t Ford Epperson of Jacksonville and I
Mrs. J. C. Manning.Mr.
giving; further reason for Its con.Borvitton. .- ; "
Mr.\ and Mrs. G. A. Anderson ol '
I" "
It Is a wond >rful helpto Program Week of .
Ford truck FOR SALE Light '
---1
Turner Lawtey.N.
and Stanley ,J
Gene
a busy woman, especially clurng
-
at a bargain Good running Bennett spent several days of this tbe hot summer montrs, to i Dec. 30th, 1929 :..r"\,

condition. Mike Maruca\ Starke. week in Sarasota with Mr.\ and D. Wainwright won the toy .. ..- ---- --- ---- --- --.. -- .
have for Instance, a roast ready to !\
12-20-3t Mrs. J. O. Turner. electric train given: away Christ ; a F Fa Fm
serve Just by opening: a can. --AI ;'ditu8
mas by tho Steam Pressing Company e8day'I'I' I
In small '
towns It Is practl-il
FOR RENT Furnished apart-I according to announcementby r rI
,
R. J. Davis and
Mi\ and Mrs. for people to ctf-operate with farmers
ment with private} bath and ga daughters, Ida Lula and MarjorIe, > Mr. Thoman, the proprietor. Bung and buy a quarter of Ijopf, I The Vagabond Lover I II ,
rage. Mrs. S. F. Hamrick S. were in Jacksonville Wednesday on display In the window for With i iI
butcher one or two hogs, and also
Walnut street. 1t'FOR afternoon. three weeks before Christmas, the I I
put up their own meats. Whin! RudVallee
train attracted considerable atten- I
Five Room Bungalow meat Is thus secured at a c.ni>uratlvely All
)
SALE Talking
tion from passersby Singing
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Blakely and i
low
price It Is
on church street all mod- a temptation : i
son Bill, Jr., of Jacksonville were to It
use extravagantly a.l1 1 ,
erato conveniences. Price $2-: .
Mr. and Mrs. A. M.\ Darby had
of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Bala-
guests eat I
a larger portion of it whllj
L. Johns. 12-
to V.
800. Apply
as guests during the holidays,
den''this week. fresh. This extravagance is not i Wednesday
20-21 Ur. and Mrs. Oe(). Marks ot Demand j
only a great waste of the meat I
Mrs. J. C. Robinson, Lester r Mr. and Mrs. Phil Magu're supply, but is very unhealthful and "THE MIGHTY" i r
1 cord to
WOOD FOR SALE -
and little daughter of Orlando, Mr.
Price Eldrldge and Vera Claire
,
uses meat that should last
200; 15 In. to ft., both light. Robinson visited Jacksonville Fri- and Mrs. Morgan; Darby of Ft My ]laager up period of time overa With A
wood and green. Leave orderat ers, Mr. and Mrs. DeWItt!; C. Jones
day. Canning poultry Is both profit I George. Rancroft
Mr. In- '
Strout Farm Agency. and Miss Elise Jones of Gaines
able and practical. When the market -
1266t'OR
man. I Senator and Mrs. E. M. Johns ville. Is indifferent or overloaded i All TalkingThursday JII'

and daughter, Gloria, spent Thurs- canning saves the expense of feeding __ _. .. ..
SALE Four-piece living Judge and Mrs. Geo. A. Gardiner .
Mrs.
Alachua with Mr. and -
day In and caring for extra chickensthe '
living room suite, player piano, had family reunion for
a
A. M. Pettit. surplus cockerels and unproductive & Friday"MARRIANNE" 1930
two dressers, one folding cot, Christmas those present being hens. Besides home II' Will Bring Better

library table, baby carriage, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Corpening Mi and Mrs. Z. J. Roberts and canned chicken is delicious. :

porch swing. Apply to V. L. and daughter. L'Etta were guests son, Alton, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Fish and .
game likewise can be
Johns. 12-20-2t Mrs. T. A. Brinson at Yclvlngton and son, Billie Mr. I Business IF
Mr. and
of
-II perfectly perserved by canning With I .
and Mra. Austin Winkler and three

FOR SALE Eight lots, *50 Hugh Wednesday. children representing four generations II Marion Davies !

each one or all; tour on paved Mrs.-T. T. Long and Mrs. D. P. and Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Jones All Talking -You lake advantage of opportunity. IF

street. Large lots three blocks Carpenter spent the week with and three children as dinner Rent Cheap '

from high school building, shade the'.r mother, Mrs. W. T. Jackson, guests.' Keep the land Improved I :: .:::-.: ::- : you grasp the hand that this Hank

trees, etc., Apply at the. Tele- in Baconton Ga. I'I'Sa'turdflY

graph office.ASBESTOS It Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins stretches toward you in a sincere spirit of
I II
Mr. William Duncan of the University had as their guests Wednesday When demand comes, Marriage PlaygroundWith

of Florida Is spending' h's Mr. and Mrs. Jack Briggs and the price is too high co-operation. IF you avail yourself of the
SHINCLES, ROOF- vacation -here with Mr and Mrs.A. children Mr. and Mrs. J. L I

E. Wall. Wilkes, Miss Stella Barrett and then we all move 'to Service we are willing to place at your dis-

ING Mrs. E. E. Edwards, all of Jack. less desirable prop I A Special Cast

and Marsh- sonville and Mr. and Mrs. J. C. All Talking posal for developing and augmenting
MILLWORK Misses Louise Betty sntil your
erty
BUILDING MATERIAL of Gainesville. so on you ___ .. ....
burn were guests this week of Mr. Adklns and family 1 ___ .. .
- h --'
are out of the neighborhood t
business.
LUMBER and Mrs.! G. W. Alderman and Mr.\
and Mrs. G. C..White. Mrs. Edith B. MeAllater state III I Talking or Singing
"Anything Contractors Use"Write membership chairman of the Florida Comedies DailyGAINESVILLE

for our low cash prices t. o. Rev and Mrs. W. A. Scott of Branch of tHe National Con. I : Bradford County Bank

b. your Job via truck: spent several days ot gress of the P. T. A. In here from G. M. Inman .
Zolfo Springs --.--------
Miami and with b'er hasband. II Bradford County's Financial Stronghold
KNIGHT BUILDERS' SERVICE this week with Mr. and Mrs. F. A FLA. ?
J. McAllister and daughter Edith ,
Jacksonville, Scott. Starke Fla. STARKE FLA.
J27 W, Forsyth St. '8 visiting Mr And Mrs. IL E -.. -. ,
Florida. Interested In ,,
It
Brown. anyone
MrJ. H -- "
u-n-tf. Mr,. R. A. Weeks. '','i
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PACK:: SIX BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE, FLORIDA FRIDAY, DKCEMBKR 27 102

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.. FLORIDA FARMERS! SHOULD our opponents valuable information .er, of Rev. and Mrs. F. M. Tay- j 21 Fast, containing cree

GluT: INTO THE IIAIIIT OF and would aid them In The assessment of said property \
I greatly lor, who has been very 111 for sev- under. the said certificate Issued. was
Q How to SUCCESS AND STAY THERE selecting the proper lead. In the name of Mrs Susie JJ:. S. John ,
real days has a host of friends
Farmers and Farming Dlncoinfortlng Your 1a truer son.Unless said
certificate shall be
RaisePoultry Ride along the road in almost You also put your partner In a here who are delighted to know according to law, tax deed redeemed -)

that her health is improving.Dr. will Issue thereon on the 13th day' of
where he cannot invoke
position a
any state, and you will see farms January, A. D. 1930.
-n y Agricultural Editor) and farm homes that tell vivid very valuable penalty. Supposewe E. L. Biggs of Starke, was Uated fileA.D,192 4th day of December.. (r

I had a hand that was bid slmlar :i professional visitor here this 8.
.. .
--- -- --- --- --- Dr. L. D. LeGear V.S. stories without having to O. W. ALDERMAN
I By you ever to this: dealer sitting North week, Clerk of Circuit Court '

Farmers and Truckers Are Invited to Contribute Articles 1 St. Lour Mo. Interview the owners. Some lids one spade, East two diamonds, Mr. Baker, who demonotrates Seal Bradford County, Florida. 1
Dr.i.G..rI.arJuaa of tha' Ontario ( ) By Blanche Alderman, D. ( .
!
of Farm Experiences and Methods FoundTo Veterinary .. 1842. Thirtyallyaara : farms seem to speak right out and you, sitting South, bid two spades. for the Atlantic Grovery Co., of 12-lS-6t-l-10.

veterinary practice on dlteaaoaof Hay "My owner is making a success West bids three diamonds. Your Palatka, was a visitor here this -- :
Be Best Suited to Our Country liv..tack .nd poultry. Emfnantauthority I
stock well bids three, East week. NOTICE lI
on poultrynJ raUlng.Nationally (: of me. He manages me partner hearts

.. author'known and poultry locturor.broader.NotoJ and I, In turn repay him for his passes and you now carry the bid- Mr. and Mrs. A. I. Gould of '
_. In Circuit Court, Bradford County .
I --------- ---- ----- :'
----- extra trouble." While other farms ding to three spades. As your Sharps, are 'the guests of Mr.
..t, Florida. In Chancery: Maud
In lan- the first for Gould'B parents, Mr. and Mrs. A.
Growers Better --- seem trv say equally plain partner was one your
Tobacco BabyChickHints ArtirloLVIAlt'tlFI(1.b Cannlda, Complainant, vs. Green
guage that their owners or oper- side to mention spades he becomesthe F. Gould.
CannicUi, Defendant. OrderofPublication
At ItMIOIHXa) : FOR ators are having a hard struggleto declarer and plays the hand at Mr. J. W. Mosley and daughter,
Are Given
Hear Program By IUnCH rocr/ruv.. rmnars make ends meet, the old placeIs three spades.If Miss Clyde Mosley, were shoppingin .
It appearing by affidavit filedin
running down, and it looks like you were to spread your hand Gainesville last Saturday.

} Special MeetingLake Poultry Specialist Natural nl'OOfUIlItIu..t( ; : Give "IViiylo there is due to be a change. upon the table, or even lay one Miss Thelma Sullivan of The- said Green cause Cannida, that is the unknown residenceof

> the! Greater Ktonomy; of Arllftrlal This same thing is true', perhaps trump down and then the wrong ressa, was the guest of her aunt, to

City 'III.-A special meetIng Gainesville Fla. Baby chick M<>thtls on a smaller scale, in'other walksof opponent leads, your partner Mrs. T. F. Brown last Monday.Mr. son complainant in tho State; that of there Florida Is no knownto per.

of Florida tobacco growerswas mortality In Florida is a lot higher Are tit Bo Handled Successfully.A life. Stand on a street corner would be deprived of the privilegeof Sloan of Connecticut arrived affiant service of ,
,
and watch the passing throng. Cer- demanding the correct opponentlead here last Monday and In the process upon
recently held In the Columbia than it ough to be, N. R. Mehrhof, hen can act as foster motherfor whom would bind the said defendant '
courthouse, and attendedby extension poultryman for the Flor- tain people will pass' whose very any suit; that your partner guest of Mr. and Mrs J. B. Ackley. 'ii
county '
20 chicks while in .hls
from 10 to a suit for divorce.It .
might select. The law Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Bennett of
bearing stamps them as successful, clearly
from Columbia ida Agricultural Extension Division
about 75 growers small brooder can tao! cure of 100(\ Is therefore ordered that said
Baker while others will be seen whose states that if the wrong opponent Hawthorn were the guests of Mrs.
stated while outlin-
recently
Alachua ,
Hamilton and one of moderate. BZO! can accommodate defendant Green Cannida be and
Jefferson Taylor and Union ing a Bettor Thick Program over expression Indicates that they have leads, or exposes a card, that the 1(, Watterson last Sunday.S. .
Leon, ,
500 But to the bill
to "I' of
up mart. appear complaint ia
counties. Tile meeting was con- WRUK< the state radio station. not conquered life's. obstacles declarer may treat It as an exposed R. Swindle of Theressa, was
little[
more attention is requiredfor this cause, on or before the 6th day
quite BO well. card or he may require the proper transacting business here last Mon-
ducted by the Florida Agricultural Tho program outlined briefly was a single brooder than for ... hen of Jan. A. D., 1930, otherwise the
and the vIsitors hatch early from clean Habit, habit--many of our per- leader to lead a card of any suit
Extension Division, keep
: eggs, Tho 'uel day.Mrs.
d and her tiny family. cost allegations of said bill will be tak-
entertained by the Lake City chicks clean, keep clean brooder sonal Ills are blamed! on bad hab- named by the declarer, but he cannot J. R. Colley and daughters
houses clean grounds feed for brooder operation Is negligible! its. Hut did It ever occur to you call for a lead If dummy has Shirley and Francis, Wildwood, en as confessed by you. It Is further -
ti chamber of commerce. run on ,
I In with: tin labor coot ordered that
comparison : this notice
balanced ration, and later I that habit, which Is the master exposed any of his cards. All he are visiting Mrs. Colley's parents, be
Hon. Fred Cone, of tho chamberof sepa- equivalent
I rate the cockerels from the pul required in caring for an when it Is bad, may be made Intoa can do Is to treat the card led in Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Colley. published once a week for four
presided, and the following with luna.
commerce number of circles: weeks In
consecutive the Bradford
:.faithful servant when it Is error as an exposed card Mrs. J. P. Sullivan has recently
program was carried out i lets.If It Is self-evident therefore that good? -' When you become the dummy, been the guest of her sons, A. L. County Telegraph, published at 1
followed by round table dls- pullets are to have time to where
and a
profit is the primary reQuirement Starke, Florida.
There 19 inhabit, of success In do not leave the table, ask to see and Marion Sullivan of Theressa.
cu:>Hion : develop for tall and winter egg in the handling of large .. This the 3rd day of December,
farming asvell; aa in other occupations your partner's hand, or Jock: into Mr. and Mrs. J. Parsley left this
Tho Place Tobacco Occupies In production th- y must be hatched numbers of chicks, artificial A, D. 1929.
j /and a habit of failure. Ev. your opponents' hands. Byj}doing Week for Palatka where they will I
North Flor da'a Diversification. early; generally during February, brooding is the only method erybody Is almost sure to experience this! you lose your right as & player bo the guests of their daughter, G. W. ALDERMAN,

J, Lee Sm th, district agent ext March, and April. Early: hatching worthy of consideration.: ) some failures. But a few for that hand: You cannot call Mrs. Carpenter and Mrs Tuten. Cleric of Circuit Court. I
division. Is also Important to the best mar- be rats .
chicks
/ nsion Thousands of can R U. JOHNS
attention to .
failures do not make person a ait exposed 'card by
The Tobacco Outlook for 1930- keting or broilers and friers, he ed successfully by artificial means Solicitor for
failure. In fact, many failures your opponents you cannot call Tax collections for November, Complainant.
A. P. Spencer, vice director, extension stated. where dozens would' be handled have been In the very making of attention to a lead out of turn, or nearly doubled those for tho same Seal of Court. 12-6- t-1-3 \0. \

division. Eggs and chicks should be selected with difficulty if hens were used. somo successful people. Farmers a revoke, but the most important month last year In Highlands coun-

Tobacco Outlook for 1930! -A. from strong, healthy flocks, This is a fact so well known to I should get In the habit of success, thing you lose is the right to ask ty according to D. E. CanOeld, 1\o0'l"U'F OF FIMAI UISCIIAnc14:

p. Spencer, vice director Extension since cheap chicks are often the professional poultrymen that they and stay there, using their failuresas your partner when he renounces- county tax collector. The collec- 1.1

Division. most expensive. He also strongly would probably question the need foundations on which to build that is, fails to follow suit-it he tions for November, 1929, were 1 days Notice after Is hereby date. hereof given that to-wit Sixty

Tobacco Seedbeds J. J. Securest emphasized: clean brooder houses; of discussing the problem at all. I' success. has none of that suit. Dummy can 181,295.40 against $44,150.61last the 6th day of February A.on D. 1930,;

county agent, Hamilton that Is,' houses whose walls have have found, however, that many to As the new year gets under way, prevent his partner from revokingIf year. The 4 per cent discount I will, th.of undersigned the lato Henry executor Large Steven.of tho

county. been thoioughly brushed, floors whom poultry raising is merely In- Florida farmers should give' the will take advantage this saved taxpayers 335046. A total son, deceased will present mv

Practical Problems met in thoroughly scrubbed with water cidental to other occupations, are privilege and ask his if he of 107 persons have paid their vouchers and: lion) account as such
thought to the little things and the partner executor to the Honorable Ueo.. A.
Growing Bright Leaf Tobacco-J. containing lye, and all equipment still inclined to mistrust any substitute big things connected with their has none of the suit each time his I'automobile ad valorem taxes this Gardiner, County Judge of Bradford \

M. Purdon, tobacco expert and assistant thoroughly cleaned and disinfected. for the time tested methodof farming operations, and take heed partner fails to follow suit year. They paid $450, an aver- county, Florida and auk for his ap I
agricultural agent, Atlan- The house also should be nature's devising. proval and my discharge ae/lluc'l1
own
ageof about $4 car. \
that they may get into the habitof Dummy Must! lie "Dumb" per executor.
tic Coast Line Railway company. cleaned regularly during the They are deterred, for the most success. This means acareful' Many may be suprised to know I This the 6th day of December,
A U. 1929.
;
Diseases and Insects uf Tobacco brooding season. part, by a belief that artificial
study of past experiences and that Dummy may not warn Declarer >OTICia TO COVfUACTOHS WILLIAM H. STEVENSON
and Their Control Dr. W. 13.e Land on which other chickens brooding is unreliable* unless sup- that hs Is about to lead from Eexecutor of estate of Henry.
I practices, and thoughtful planningof
TIsdale, plant pathologist, Florida have been running should be well plemented by a constant care.'Thlsmay future operations. the wrong hand or advise him Sealed bid will be received by the Large Steven..on.1269t. .
Hoard of Bond Trustees of the Cityof
Experiment Station cultivated before it Is termed have been true some years I which hand 1 1r
has the
I recently talked with a farmer. lead. If he Starke, Florida, at the office of
Fertilizer Experiments and To- clean land. He also advocated a but, today, moderately NOTICE! 0V APPLICATION FOIl
ago many from Georgia He had ,been farm- does either, his opponents may se- the Clerk of said board until 7:30: p.
bacco Variety Test J. M. Carr, well balanced ration, and not priced brooders are available lect the hand that declarer m. on the 27th day of December A. r TAX DEED
Ing for 25 years, most of that time must
O., 1929, and at that time publiclyopen.d
director Coastal Plain changing from feed to another. which
Experiment one absolutely dependableto
are on the same farm, cultivating the lead from, but of course, they can- for the construction of an addition Notice Is. hereby given that R. A.
Station, Tlfton, da. The cockerels should be separated operate, economical and which not select the card or the suit to the light and water plantof Newsom, holder of Ttax Certificate
same land. lie has lived throughthe '
Two meetings of Jackson county as soon as possible, he said, so require relatively little attentionto If declarer leads from the said City of Starke said addition No. tiled 30. 4th day of July, A. D. 1927.has .
fat and the lean years. And dummy said certificate In my ofnce
held the precedingday that they can fattened and sold insure results. to be of brick concrete or and made for to
/growers were satisfactory when he Is supposed to lead from application tax deed
in all those years, except two, he other fireproof material. \
Issue thereon In.accordance with
by Sam Roundtree, county soon, thus allowing more room and Another factor which no doubt
)has made money from his farm- his own hand, the tact that dum- Specifications of Bald building ca."nbe law Said certificate embraces the
agent, assisted by Mr. Securest. attention for the pullets. keeps many smaller operators from ing operations. He has developedthe my now says "Partner.,the lead is secured from the Clerk of the following described. property situated -
Board of Bond Trustees. In Bradford Florida, to-
Important tobacco topics were dis The chief causes of high mor- adopting artificial brooding ia the habit of success.FERTILIZER in your hand" does not change the A certified check amounting to wit: county

cussed. tality in Florida were listed in or- !' multitude of conflicting claims situation A card called or touched 10 per cent of the amount of bid West half of tots 8, 0, 10 11, Dlt::.

der of Importance by Mr. Mehrhofas ''I made by the adherents of various' HTRAWI1ERR1EH in dummy Is a card played. If mutt. accompany each 1 bid.1 tion 28 Livingston to Starke In Truby West &halt Cuts of Northeast Addi--

: chilling, brooder trouble Inadequate methods. This'tends to make a TO STIMULATE: FRUITING: this card Is being played from the The board or all reserves bids. the right to reJect quarter Section 28 Township 6
any (South flange, 22 East.
equipment) roccidlosls I I really simple matter appear quite wrong hand the opponents may- J. )i. CORPI NING: The assessment nf said property

HINTS: TO HOUSEWIVES pneumonia and change of feed. He I complicated. As a matter of fact, Gainesville Fla. Late Decem- be demand that the declarer lead .1 Chairman Pro Tern. under tho paid certificate Issued was.
,stated that all these were practical there is no one method of out- C. A. FUTCII, In the name of Unknown.
ber fertilization stimulates the same suit from the .
or January correct Clerk. 11-29-5-12-27. Unless said certificate shall be redeemed
Homo Dl'11I0DstraUol1gl1t I management problems. standing superiority and no single strawberry fruiting, and hand, or they can make the lead according to law, tax dead
: will Issue thereon on the 6the day .
device that is better
decidedly should not be neglected by Florida stand. Declarer has no option and NOTICE Of riVAI. DISCIIIIGH of January A. I). 1930.

Special New Year than all others. growers, Harold Mowry assistant cannot change it of his own ac- Dated this 24th day of December,
The thing to be considered'first Notice 'Is hereby given that sixty A. D. 1929. ,;
horticulturist: : with; the Florida c6rd.
'rnnrsM< !> J'cJu.dll for IlblllnJt experiment days after dale hereof on to-wit: the O. W. ALDERMAN,
hams Radio Farm Talks of all is the size of your flock as a station, recently stated.A A frequent question is, "WhenI 22nd clay of January. A. D. 1930, I, Clerk of Circuit Court, Bradford
/ whole and next the size of Indi- the undersigned administrator of the (SEAL) Florida.
., good plans to apply from become the dummy, on which estate of A. J. Cowart, deceased, willpresent By Blanche Alder: IL V. C.; \

The old Tennessee method of Features of WRUF vidual broods which you can 500 to 900 pounds per acre when side shall I place the trump?" my vouchersand final accounts 1 12-6-6t-l-3
handle with the'' greatest ease. as such administrator' to the
boiling hams has been handed tho plants are set, about the same You may place thai trumps in any Honorable OAO. A. Gardiner, county I
down from generation to genera- Then, buy as many units as you amount .when the plants begin to position you care'to. The laws do judge of Bradford county, Florida

tion of good cooks. Gainesville' Fla. A specialnew need, install and operate them ac- bloom,' and a similar and final application not specify that the trumps are to discharge and ask for as such his approval urtmlnlxtrator.and my COFFINS & CASKETS

1 The ham should have been cured year radio farm program has cording to the manufacturer's Instructions six weeks later. be cut on either end or in the ] This 22nd day of November, 1929. And a Full Line of
been You will find that It is The fertilizer should be middle. Take your choice and N. D. WAINWRIGHT
properly, and after laying in salt planned for January 1 over applied 11.229t-1.17. Administrator
the required time it should have he state owned station WRUF the a really simple matter after all thoroughly mixed with' the soil so [spread the hand but In the way II Undertakers' Supplies I

and a labor saver of decided value that It will not burn the roots. It would be most convenient for
been smoked with hickory wood, Florida Agricultural Exteslon Ser your NOTICE OF APPf.ir\TIOt AUTOMOBILE: HKARSHAlwny A
even for comparatively small num- should be worked around the partner to play it. FOIL TAX I.I'U'iyI3 ..I..
r very gradually lasting from 30 to vice, in charge of the dally fatm plant
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Ifiind. The best .1.
Oiri) of chicks. on
has been announced.The carefully to prevent ma chanlcaldaMI1&e .
other program Just
40 days. (No wood was con-
The in all brooders Is hereby /given that C. C. service nt the. lowest prieea.Special .
l dered quite BO good.: ) The ham farm program Is given from' principle to the roots. .W.....Oe4eNfe..N 0 and Crosby: holders: of tax Attention to telegraph
tho same; some artificial means + certificate No. 68. 4th day of July,
1 to 1:30: eastern standard time, Strawberry beds should be well ..
I*( should be at least one year old A. l>. 11127 has. filed said certificateIn ordemDEWITT
of substitutefor
11 when it is boiled. and the station broadcasts on. a furnishing heat as a drained, as it requires only a few : HAMPTONHl my" olnoe and made applicationfor RFHSTF.UED EIIIIALMEII; I

Recipe for Roiling Hnm frequency of 830 kilocycles! the hen's natural body heat. days to injure the crop after the .. Ada Niaruu, for. tax deed with to law.Issue Said thereon c".rtlfl..teombr..c In accordance -
The The heating unit may use gas, ground becomes water soaked. .. I C. JONES
Wash and scrape the ham and ,: program for week begin- i the following
kerosene hot water, coal or elec- 0yiRIbGE'L.tWa ..0..t.Om0.GS4.04)0.t... property situated In 8TARKB, FLORIDA
ning December 28 follows
soak it In cold water over night. :
county, Florida to-wlt: Bradford I
Place a bunch of sweet smelling Saturday, Dec. 28 The week's rlclty. Whatever is used, the general Mrs. I. J. Priest is spendng: this Went half of Northeast VWe (1

hay In the ham boiler. Add enough grlcultural news review.. arrangement remains the week with her son, Emery Priestof ptlnn23.. : : _Township_ B o ._ ,
water to cover the ham. Add the Monday Dec. 30 Extracted same. The unit is centrally located (By Wm. E. McKenney, SecretaryLaw Green Cove Springs. I -- -------- ---

ti following seasoning for an 12 or Honey ProSuctloii E. Foster, under a circular metal hood Committee American Mrs. P. fl. Hunt has as her guest

20 lb. ham: apiary inspector. State Plant so arranged that the heat la deflected Bridge League.) this week, Mrs. R. D. Rawley of \
can charge
One cup of dark molasses, 1 cup Board. The Farm InventoryDr. downward from tho hood Creen Cove SprliigO. Mrs. Rawley YES your 8 OKS '

of brown sugar, 1 large or 2 C. V. Noble, agricultural econ- onto the 'backs of the chicks. Are you one of the many play was formerly a resident of our

medium onions quartered, 1 cup omist, Florida Experiment Station Around this hood is usually a slit ers who, after a hand lias been town; and has many friends here STORAGE BATTERY InS DSmith'

mixed spices. I curtain to partially confine the spiritedly bid, heaves a sigh of relief -i who are always glad to see her.

Place the ham in the boiler, Tuesday Dec. 31 Livestock :heat. 1'hl1unit with hood and because you are to be Dummy Ilev. Norris preached at the

bring the entire mitxure to a vigorous chats from If. S. Department of curtain ia called the hover. and immediately proceeds to Baptist church last Sunday morn-

boll. Keep the boiler covered Agriculture. The hover unit Is the central 'lay your trumps on the table and ing and Ilev. F. M. Taylor preached kl!

when the bone shakes the Wednesday Jan. 1-Looking at feature of any system of artificial I says, "Well, I am glad I do not a Christmas sermon. Garage \

ham Is done,. never stick)!: the ham 1930 with Vegetable Growers brooding. Space Is lacking in an have to play the' hand?" Bridgeis Little Murrhee Grlfflls, daugh- Fla.
article of this kind to discuss the ..
W. T. Nettles. Checking a partnership and when your -
BO the old cooks advised, because up on -- '
various types of brooders, all uf .:,--.------ ,-, J
it would let the Juices out, (By the Florid; Citrus Industry-It. 0. which : partner becomes the declarer you __ ___ .__ _. ___ ___..__ __ __h _ __ ___ __
4 present 'methods we would adviseto 'Clayton What Should the North have their uses They will have elected him as a captain of

cook the ham 20 minutes for Florida Farmer Plant?-J. Lee be discussed in a later article. the ship but you are still obligatedto Say it with Flowers

each pound.) Smith. (District Agents, Florida Artificial brooding offers you the co-operat with him In the play I
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Let the ham cool in the liquid; Agricultural Extension Service.) opportunity to bring into poultry of the hand. Hotel t I Moderu.

shin It, then pat all over the ham Thursday Jan. 2 .- Primer for raising the same sort of mass pro- The greatest mistake most play- Flowers For All .. .

a mature of equal parts of cornmeal Town Farmers. duction methods which make pos- ers make when they become Dpmny \ r 1

t and brown sugar well rated Friday, Jan. 3 -- With Florida's sible the gigantic commercial en- is to place their trumpsorIn OccasionsGERTRUDE Central

It In the It ia to the County and Home Demonstration terprises of' our time. Without fact, I have seen some players. HILLSBOROTampa .
; oven. good ___*...... M,_4t WO a X>_*.
last crumb. Agents During 1929-A. P. Spen- such methods, no business can ever who have laid their entire hand-

Virginia P. Moore cer, vice director, Florida Agri- progress beyond the "one horse" upon the table before their oppon- GODBEY Spacione

cultural Extension Service. stage. If you raise chickens only ents had led a card. Not only is

Answers from the Farm Ques- for the needs of your own family, this against the rules of bridge, ANDERSON Florida '

a, TON SCHOLARSHIP IS tion Box will be the concluding profit is a secondary considerationand but It Is unfair to your partner. A Waldo Fla 1I0SPIt.le":
Phone 39
AWARDED J CLUB LEADER: ; number on several of the pro- the system employed is of no glance at the dummy hand or even ,

grams. great moment. If, however, you at the trump in the dummy, gives - "' ---:1':> .. .

Gainesville, Fla. The $100 are aiming for profits, you cannot .. .. ,-",. .. ,_ ., ," .... J ..' ,., ", xh I
scholarship to the University of Tularemia Is contagious to humans afford to ignore the efficiency of -, .. . .. ." -" .. . .. I "b t $2.lS0 to $6.00 per day U, |
Florida offered by CongressmanTom and Is carried by rabbits, modern devices. for artificial '*
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A. Yon to the 4-II club boy brooding. .
squirrels, chipmunks, woorchucks,
STRA WBERRY PLANTS OF fir r
t, In the third district who was most oppossums, cats, pocket gophers, As a parting word of advice, let QUALITYFor Free Car

I outstanding la leadership work mice, wood rats and coyotes. Deerflies me counsel those who hestltate to Storage

for the club year just closed was and cattle ticks are known I adopt the modern method of fifty years we have grown and sold the best straw- .

awarded to Frederick Barber, carriers. brooding not to regard it as some- berry plants grown. See our agents and get your orderIn 4

4' Escambia county.Barber thing surrounded by mystery or S Official: AAA Hobei11i
with them or mail direct same to me. Plant crop ia
entered the Universityof It's a good thing to Ore the hedged about by difficulties demanding .. \' .'
Florida laat September, and the bugs but don't become a firebug. o professional skill. Quite short this season every place so we advise you to get order yy .

money will be used to help him Farmers who burn trash to destroy the reverse is true, for, while it in early and make sure of your wants. RadlOll "I,

it during his sophomore year. Insects should be careful no to Is true that artificial brooding has
l "Club work Is directly responsible burn the woods.A Its problems, they are much the My agents: ..are N. D. Wainwright ;Jr.. F. F. Flume ,

for me being here," be re- 'same as those of natural broodingand \ Urownlee Brae, rtraOfoid County Strawberry Asnolatlon 1
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cently stated. "Club work has lot of tobacco went into ap- no more difficult of solution. and J. II. Moore, Lnwtey, Fla. Prices good Missionary, Dining

,E. V taught me better and more efficient proilmatelly 120 billion cigarettes There are, moreover, many com- from young beds, 1000 to BOOO, $J. Over OOOO ,3.73: t. 1
ways of farming. It has broughtme during 1929. pensating factors In favor of arti- .
closer companionship with oth- ficial brooding which make it the o. b. here. You will meet friends and a wel- New Department urt

er boys and men. I shall always Dairy cows should be bred durIng Inescapable choice; of all who wantto J. A. BAUER Entered from Lobbycome

)' look back and cherish the memory the winter so that they will realize the greatest possible at \

of those happy and eventful freshen In fall and take a dry per profit from their chicken raising LOCK BOX 38 JUDSONIA, ARK. r-

days which I would not trade for iod In summer when a surplus whether it Is their sole source of .. .. . e .
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PAGE EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH' !: STAHTCE, FLORIDA Fit .4.1", 11ECEMBER
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.0 ... .. "J L '-f rhat sets the heart to beatln' an'Puts And now they are going to make broadcast on too short a wave if

Bradford County TelegraphEstablished sunshine in the eyes. paper from constalks. Sounds like length to be received by our one 'w Ith"'t-:;- m..n I u{
From Other Pens that
1877Published l \ more paper profUs for the farmer. tube brain real As Bugs liner
once M
I. It ain't Hx1\ "'value of the thing, ,; ..
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-- carriedout
-- Ner how It'8'Wrapped ner fed; The Chr'stmas spirit was 'IUl(! 1 Ion the Yale Glee
Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class Strawberries are being shipped U'" something1' else aside from this And now is might be timely to Wednesday at a nearby amuse- Club.

Matter at the Post Office at Starke, FloridaE. :in quantities from Starke and Law- That makes you glad Inside. ask what the much discussed ment resort. Black eyes and cauliflower There Now I IW
toy the earliest in many )'oars- FARM BOARD is made out Of. cars were merrily exchanged -

S. Matthews, _______ .___. __n _____ Owner and PublisherJ. Times-Union. It's knowln' that it represents Fire Bug Burns Tampa) Airport by amateur puggilisti who}vere now you'll say we're jeaiou, I a
-- A love both;> deep an' true evidently well versed in the old Arid you'll want to
C. Robinson _______._____________n__ Managing Editor Most any man will risk the That someone* carries in the heart headline: Must have been a fare: saying, "It is more blessed to give Hut sere we kick us out;
are to
__ .. __ .__ ... ____ fly. Anyhow, it certainly adver- speak our mint
____"___ _.__ .n 'ipstiok stan: for the sake 'of a An wants to slip to you tised than to receive." Scraps came off S... | t us have it out tl
,. SUBSCRIPTION>> RATE good klsa.-Apopka Chief. It he : Tampa as a botalr port. with such rapidity that it was almost -I VV, ant to tell you something
I is persistent be will finally get a It's knowln' that they love youilAn' \ Impossible to keep up with Tla, we've said for I
Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance kiss without the stain. they tell you in this way, Yes, sir, you gotta keep your all of them. One, however, de 'I'h gh Rudy may sound many moons;,
eyes on things nowadays. Even / good t.|
Advertising Rates on Application Jest sort o' actin out the things served special notice It occurredwben 'ou
the farmer
has
..- --.- -' -- ------ ,- -- ... ----.... -- The long la coming back on They really long to say, and cukes. to watch his peas an antagonistic gentleman W'' link! he's full of croons.J. .
the back.--Starke Telegraph. And climbed upon the back: of a more

IIov 's your pocketbook? some of its managing to stick So it ain't the gift a feller gets, And the golfer with the twinkleIn peacefully inclined one and got a Clark, Greensboro, direr!
0---- around down about the legs.-Inverness Ner how it's wrapped ner tied; his death grip on his nose. Two other toi, the Cane Growers" Co-opera
eye is the fellow who side-
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Chronicle It's knowln that folks love you huskies rushed up. to pull them tlv.. Vssoclation of Gadsden
i May 1930 be a prosperous one. .. .:in_O--.- That makes you glad Inside.I'itby steps reach the the eighteenth nineteenth amendment hole.Clever to apart and seizing the back-rider ty-i 1 nounces that a contract coun-was

o Heard on the highway: "How ----0 they began a tug of war with the ent Ml into recently at Monti
the heck can I drive with your arm Poetry unfortunate man's nose receiving got ry, Ala., with canners of At-
i' Well, what did Christmas mean to you? around my neck.," Times-Un Baby Hunting the tug. Ian Columbus, Montgomery
fi Clever Batby anr
Bunting,
o-- l ton, When you hear that, you can Eastern newspapers have revived It is lust little turns like that Ca for the sale of ten thounam
She sent "Sweet Daddy"
Get a brand new resolution for the new year bet they're- married and the hon- the controversy over the get a pretty Sable Skin huntingTo that make an otherwise drab fighta 34; lion barrels of. syrup, 2,500
eymoon's over. shortest poem in the English language thing of beauty. bar s of which will be furnished
o I To wrap his Baby Bunting in.
--. --OWe Years ago the New York by::; idsden' county cane grower

Two unusual visitors to West F'lorida-snow' and cyclone. like the Bradford County Sun gave the prize to this one, en- John D. Rockefeller- is back in Most people are peacfully Inclined A n etlng of the buyers and t
titled "Fleas." \ but no matter how much CODwa ittee from the
0- Telegraph in its strawberry wrapper FLORIDA ana a good DIMEwas association
Every congressman does his part by his country in furnishing and' always reach,, for It first, Adam I had by all they detest fighting they 'never leld at the Jefferson Davit ;;
Had 'em. mind looking that is if ho In
i sure to find something inside quiteas on, they Montgomery recently
l free gas. attractive as the strawberry it- -Ocala Danner.' And the following If it gets through, it's another case have a good seat. wbr according to Mr. Clark, th<

L'--- self. Apopka Chief. May you poem is entitled 'Married of liquorIf Utll' t harmony prevailed. Rep ro
The weather man's Christmas gift to 'Florida was ideal never be disappointed. Men": it's get caught, it's another liq- I We may be envious of prize ref utlves,of the canning Indu(. '
: I lighters and their try ere in '
< -o-. -"- quickly made high: their praise o I
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Christmas weather. i. Ma has dubbed the bath tub SI. I millions, but after one -punch in th-C ne Growers Co-operative As

+ o r i ..Uoaio" because there is alwaysa Starke Telegraph now, ladies and gentlemen; the middle most of us would run soa, ion, designating! it as one 01
' ; After Christmas suggestion-Impossible ties and socks. "ring around nosie" when little The first one reminds us of one I introducing for your approval the I climb. back'on our office stools and thithi. f>w organizations of farmer';
the world's oldest and shortest .
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make dandy bridge prizes r. Willie: gets through with his Saturday poor simple owl that thinks a hone
love-rhymes: dui 1
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jilght plunge, according to a connection some kind of
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When Adam in bliss ', '
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newspaper up the state: Pal- ter. changing the subject but
We're waiting to see what.the, average jury will do witha metto News t Asked Eve for'her'a kiss, '. have you ever noticed that :when a .I ontract for the erection ol

man charged with buying a drink ..O'' '- .She.puckered. A! r lips with And don't forget to tune in on lowly phonograph record t is broad- a art ilng plant for the Southerr
lake'Wa.le coo casted It is snootily! announced as Pot > Products, Inc., canners olIrli
I According to the And said "1 don't care, Adam, WDAE:, Tampa. at 8:45 Friday
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News, the flapper's advice to her "... evening for' the State Press Scrap an "electrical: reproduction.: potatoes has been let at PalTh'e
I if you do, Lake City,Ga-
1 Those who fell for the slogan "Give now and pay in 1930"now slaters undecided about going to zette. : Book, sponsored by the -Florida lataj plant, which will i b.<

; find 1930 staring them in the face long skirts is, let your chassis be Clipping Service. A unique pro- If it wasn't for records some Gout ucted of galvanized iron
your g ulde.-Starke Telegraph. It -------- gram that brings you the "best stations would be.hard put to fur- will K wooden framing, will COB!
-0-- seems to depend mostly upon the Our own Congressman Lex I from the'.press.*' nish entertainment One that youpropnbly apr '.mately $7,500. The house.
Since Vare lost his seat he is of the opinion that playing appearance of the running gear.- Green has been active in behalf ofa tune in frequently seemsto eqtpluent will be valued at $10.-

politics is something like playing strip poker Clermont Press. request coming from the Varina ; depend almost entirely on synthetic : 00' I The plant is to be located

,. .- Davis Chapter, ynlted; Daughters t rM-i '- | music A well known or- eat af the Browning's spur track
-0-- Howard College, Alabama, has of the Confederacy at Macclenny I ;W-I chestra or singer U: announced ; at *t Palatka, between the staU
The proposal for an extra session of the legislature received fired one of Its professors becausehe and from the custodian of Olustee j around j and then the announcer runs over hip fay No. 3 and the main line

considerable encouragement from Tallahassee-hotels. doesn't believe the whale swal- Park monument' on behalf of the .\-,_.- -.m-' ,_._,_.-_. *ji and ,winds up the phonograph. In of''Jo Florida East Coast rail-
lowed Jonah. Howard College is Florida division of the United : this way a. phony symphony or roThe, plant which will be
0 in hard luck. There are several Daughters, of the Confederacy, for .Welt .Christmas is all\.over but chestra program may be conducted rut! 1 to completion, is expectedto :
From the way the courts are handling legislative acts, million people in.the country who the transfer\ of two Confederate the stomach ache by.one 'man, it sounds all right until i finished in three or foul ,
I the judges are in danger of being tried for contempt of legis- don't believe that fish story, and I' cannon tq Olustee battlefield parkIn you learn that it is an "elec- we Canning operations will 6''
Jature Howard College can punish only Baker county. The congress Maybe we can take enough of trical reproduction" be* i about March, 15, with forty''
I ( ..d..J'J:! one of them.-Dunnellon Sun.o I' man has introduced a bill In.con- Uncle Abner's Indigestion Tabletsto em 1 yes.
I 1 o gress seeking authorization for the I Ii be all reddy for the New Year's If you want. to get an earful of
If you want to have the feeling of a millionaire for a few Once a man worked two weeks i transfer of two cannon now stored I Spread gall tune in sometime on the I e state finances at the end ol
Iin the Wateryliet arsenal at Wa- N( mber -showed a decided up
that would Shreveport station. It is conduct-
radio
t days, get a new license tag on your car before they get so take over him a thirty speech minutes to make, ervllet, New York, to be set up A feature of the day Wednesdaywas Ing a fight on chain stores and the win, trend over the October figs

common. ,' :,iiVA tJ: and the program arranger kindly near the Olustee monument. These the broadcasts which were relayed announcer does not mince words. I ur* According to the monthly ret,
O gave him three minutes in whichto are said to be twelve-pounder field from Holland, Germany The program may add a few bitter pot> releasAd Saturday from till!
muzzle loading each weighing and England. The Dutch oSrurr,< of W V. Knott, state treas-i;
get it off his chest.-Times-Un- guns, and German adjectives to your vocabulary, but
Beach
for
Daytona given ten-day suspensions
cops were that showed the balance fotj
ion. And his radio audience used about twelve hundred pounds programs were very interesting In our estimation as entertainmentIt
a'' stealin;;; gas. An argument'for' a lower gas tax could be made less than three seconds in tuning Uncle Sam Is tq be put to no' expense but the one from "dear old (is practically nil. In fact, as fry nber of all funds was $4-i
the 'removal and trans- Lunnon" seemed to 61\1\ 14.33, an 'increase of nearly!
outof that >. him out. for, be composed we have often remarked, we had)
j' ? -a--=- iortatio4 "of, these guns. Thanks of) that celebrated Englfsh humor I almost rather tune in on Rudy Val-. hilt:' a' million dollars over tli
[ othe patriotism of the U. D. C. which we will have to confess was] lee. PJ'ous\ month
of approaching con-
Key West is shipping a million gallons of saltwater to vention Speaking In Jacksonville an of Florida the entire bst will be defrayed"< by '-- -, _. ,n. '. ..____ .. __ .__ ,

Chicago. Suspicious prohibition agents will bo sampling that bottlers the Starke Telegraph ex- that organization.' Gainesville I,'II''Iln'II,,III,116611ViIIWliil'., ; "'u i.ij 'In, INI, I II,,,..Imlallulnlnpvu'dNui I ,, ,,,j,;; ,"''ni", li'ieliro.uI i,, !;.; ,''. lumiia.n4mlullrvmllllloumialmullullm,,;J" ,,; ''' '' ,, ,."'"liuii' "t nI,,, i F, -.,'.auuliunioivioioumuoolao.mov.uulpmwGm! ', i,l :.. ,. '' :\' '

f shipment at every stop. presses the opinion that the bot- Sl1n I I0 I pt ". "
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tlers of "one product" will not be :
al i
present. Probably not in the con- !
l Even if you have no taxable property you must make a vention, but on the other end of 1shieac1ibyJ3ssellAy "i, j,

sworn statement to that effect, or a 25 per cent penalty will the telephone -wire.-South Jacksonville t A t '
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f I
r" be added to it by the tax assessor. Journal. o z 1 1 II, '

"The Death TTrail'Is an appropriate Tl.>. eUfa! Tree EDITOR.arm ftP nook"- I 1 13 r
i' tl While a witness testifying in court to the knockout name for the' highway from j < ;I .
, 4 Jacksonville to Baldwin.. It takesits The fl rut'step toward a renewalof v /l't ia ,
na
qualities of some liquor sold him, the bottle', of "evidence') P' i
toli- on nearly every occasion FAITH')in your community is t' f I II:
I blew up. It must have been aged with TNT. the road is crowded on.holidays.- a RENEWAL J.ot.. your subscription''' ; + 1.t.! r I Iit

0--- I Starke Telegraph. It is really to your low/ newspaper. 4. M .. r j .,
than Dead Man's Stretch be- \ _- ? !
worse
Skeleton'of an ancient hog feet tall unearthed
seven was
tween Houston and Wellborn. The And if trod think you are' so oJ .
recently in Nebraska. At least there is a little satisfaction in road ought to be widened. at once. WELL KNOWN you don't have, to '"1 I H \ ,r..

knowing where our road hog ancestors hailed from. -Lake City Gazette. ADVERTISE, think back to, the "' \; 1 I
r -.--0---- days .when)not her used to ask for
o-\\
Starting of grading on the new PERLLNE and SAPOLIO and !
Lake City Gazette tells of a hog with liking for strong state prison farm roads is dragging breakfast( food was known as I .

drink. The four-footed hog is a gentleman compared to some because there is no concerted FORCE orflt-O.. Every man, wo- ;
of the Action, The route from Kalford man and Middle in the country, I ,
two-legged
variety under the influence of liquor .
to Macclenny is ready for as many knew those products, but the : ,
u Q onvlct: laborers as can be secured manufacturers QUIT advertising. .

,.' No extension in time for buying a tag will be given after Starke Telegraph Suppose we I. ,. I t: ,

January 15th, says the motor vehicle commissioner. "That's remedy this candlt1 n Baker IJon't be]the kind of a guy that I I!!; t,
county business: men and organiza- gets, his: new booklet printed outof I I .. .r. 'I
what they said last year.-but the authorities might mean it '
tions are doing their bit.-Maclenny town fncl then expects the ,
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this time. ; Press. HOME to give him a nice I L

q 0-- little writ up about it on the \ '; '
No more than fitting is the daemon : front } -' 'i
Just to start the ball rolling again on the spelling of : of the board pt commissionersof .. A NEW YEAR thE BANK '

Suwannee River, we'll casually mention a sign .posted by the state institutions to name the And remember, what you might .' ; on

road department on Road 19, where it crosses the river east dormitory at the girls Industrials IIko to see jn the paper about your 1 ': :I .. .>CALENDAR -:: '
hQol here Sina Kite: Hall after ;
neighbor, not
{may qualify asi v .
of Cross It "Suwann'aee ". '.
City. reads River. ,
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the former superintendent of the NEWS troth the editor's viewpoint t 'T .\,'.' ,
.
o institution, who Is now Mrs J, S. f I .7 ', ." r
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r It has been suggested that bridge players be required to Blitch. Mrs. Dlltch worked faithfully .
and efficiently at the school One of ;the best ',,- : r
to .
get 1.
'' ways i '
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I flrst'don boxing gloves before the game starts. And from for nine years inculcating higher your namefln' the pape"rIII to s'gn .. .. ::, :. .' ;, < ::"

,' the number; of poker games being raided by bandits, ittni'ghtbe standards of treatment and meth- It at the bottom of an. attractive 1 ., '

a good idea to have militia companies guard the poker ods of training. For eight years I' PAID advertisement. ; .e' ., 'c

fiends from the bad bandits. aha served as superintendent. ----.- 1929 dead its fits ,
hopes faiIur
yyith'its
sucf -
and Marlon is ,
Ocala county pleasedto If you w, uld measure the progress -. ,"" '
o I learn of the (commissioners': action. and prosperity of any community j ." / 'c, ..1,.< _
.
Speaking of a small fire in the South Jacksonville high .-Ocala Banner. yon'll find no better yard1 1 "' cesses is gone-vanished forever.: 1VJ(q is here ; .
----o------ stick than !the local newspapers.And .
school the Journal said "the fire drill ; "
was perfectly executedby J. C. Robinson, managing editor

the student body" It is surprising, though, just how few of the Bradford County Telegraph, the,' next -Carnegie Medal : y. -redolent with the spirit of enterpjp] ;, a hart i

of the schools think a fire drill is necessary until a fire wipes published at Starke Florida, accompanied ought to go to the business man ;'; : '

out a school. and perhaps a few lives the Demorest by Stock Robert Company Demorest and of who spend said burl("No money thank for NEWSPA-you, we binger of;new times. This Bank'shirts, in the 'f

o Boyd Holloway,, of the Holloway PER adyertlslnC'when the.breezy i I

A'Connecticut youth, serving sixty days on the Gadsden Stock Company who make their NOVELTY r ADVERTISING salesman belief that the dawning of the new d !CJ de augurs t r
winter home in Starke were here 'waltzed in to give him the t
A county road for beating train ride and killed ;
gang a was shot Friday for a. few days fishing in quick pushover; it
when he attempted to escape. The law may be justified In the Fenholloway river. That Bradford prosperity unrivaled, expansio u: dreamed .. t f

Ir+ providing this heavy penalty for riding'a train without payment countalna will know about the Believe I it or not, but the BEST

;j but it is only human to'' hope that the judge who imposed the Telegraph fine fishing Is Isuued In Taylor this when week the, 'published chamber of is;commerce a copy of booklet your local ever of. ;The. community may depend apm us'to .

it may some day be caught a thousand miles from home goes without saying, for it ia re NEWSPAPER. The first'commune f

riding the rods and an equally merciless judge hand him a like ported that the party made: a fine :.ty' that makes a practice of mating 'do our share in realizing better tim. .

sentence on the roads. catch of 150 pounds and hurried their own newspaper to prospective .1
home to show the Starke folks-=just settlers or investors will I I
--0--- how good fishermen they are. lad it a knockout from the standpoint '

Whether deserved or not, Macclenny is getting some un.. Messrs. Demorest and Hollowa of RESULTS. 'I' ,
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wtlt' }
visited
: lIaffe er-Vlncenl!
desirable advertising from arrests of tourists !
exceeding the I
Stock Company 'which- woe playing ,And In Closing! we' might remark j
i, speed limit through the town. No city or town can collect an engagment at Temple Thea : why be a bachelor or old- .. .

enough money in this manner to offset the bad name it quickly tre, when a late session shop talk maid when you cast always ,

gets as a speed trap, and the community loses in the long was enjoyed: -.. Perry Herald.a MERRY CHRISTMAS. BANK OF SRKE \
-a---
t 41 run. Experience has shown the best method of handling fast Ain't The Gift" Detroit Mayor Wilt Stop Fllrt- L

drivers i is to let them go with a warning, requiring bonds or (Southern Rurallat' ). 'n on. the Street--headline\ ; 'Smal
nes from the most flagrant It ain't the gif< a feUer, Us, ter, mayor somebody .tell thwllet' AN HONOR ROLL BA n'
only cases. .
It Ain't the snape size "
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