Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: November 7, 1930
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Volume ID: VID04784
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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-- The traffic light at the cor-, :

For Bradford County The article carried: In our I lies of Call and Walnut AT KEYSTONE i

_n '. _'----__ I last issue concerning the arrest 'e tr fltf, will be out of corn
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of Luther Cooper, Col- ''mission until parts can be secured -

Mr. Editor: State onel Crosby and Shep Tom- i ;__ and the light repaired., I I'' NEXT MONDAY I
Since: the Extension: Ser-
AMrA 1 'WOMAN llnson for an attack on L. It. r s following an Impact with a .
vice at Gainesville has authorized Pillard at Sampson City has road truck carrying a load 1
'me to do part time work in Brad-j -
beneath It
caused some of our readers too high to pass ('wnimltt A N.lnt", ). to 'C4>pre..
ford county, I. feel that It will be driver'or : | | "
Tuesday, the
to think the Colonel Crosby ; Tire) p
Hturko ivt
sent Keystone
ITOTALKON appropriate for me to make a brief _
the middleof
machine took to
I mentioned In the article was
statement regarding my work for .
Rev. Colonel Crosby a well the street at the Intersec-

the Information of the general known minister residing In d. ., , ,, tion instead of staying to the Arrangements-have been com-
well the farmers.
VILDLOWERSWill public as as
/ Bradford. This explanation: right and as a result thefamiliar'ring
I pleted for a meeting to reorganize
During the past four years,
of this handler
Is given to- save the ministerany the Lake Ctty-Falatka highway as-*, .
have been employed full time as a F'I
further embarrassment of tramc will be silent for a
county; agricultural agent in' Un- Boclatlon at Keystone Heights
,JJre.. ..M be Olvon at Woman's ion county while thin. year I will caused by the arrest of an- n while/ The owner of the next Monday according to announcement .'r;
[ truck will foot the repair bill
Club '''f'Clnl''l"daf'moon.' rpend 'part of my time In the In., other person going under the for the given out by the com- >'

--- talent of agriculture In your conn name of Colonel Crosby city. mlttea of the Palatka Commercial '

'Wild) Flowers of Florida" will ty. I Il Club. The session will open with' V

the oibject of ah Illustrated ad- In talking'over the plans with a luncheon at 12:30: at Keystone "1

LM, which will bit< given by Mr*. the state officials, we have decided Inn business meeting to follow' t

A. Miles of Tampa Wednesdayitereoon to make a study of the farmers' CITY COUNCIL TO CONSTRUCTNEW Immediately; after The purpose ,4 j
at three o'clock at the
needs and try to render help of the meeting la to secure the

ub house, at their j-egular month- early completion of 'state road 28 :
where It la most needed. Of course < A

,. ID edlng.Mrs. In part time work it will be Impos- MET TUESDAY SCHOOLS from Florahome to Bunnell. ';
Miles IB coming to Starke
sible to cover the whole county \ At the meeting of the Business .*
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the auspices of the Florida J+ .
nder and visit each farm but it will be !' Y Men's Club 'committee' of seven i!
Board of Forestry and her -
tale necessary to work with groups of was appointed to represent Starko hat
ppearance )la sponsored by the The city council met Nov 4th Board met Nov. 3., In regular
and civic farmers. session with all members present. thin gathering. follows: E. Jja.
,eaut1flcatlon dcjartnenta In regular session with all mem-
Those interested In dairying will, '' : Matthews, N. Sternberg, L. WY. S)
Minutes read and
the Woman's Club of approved
of bers present. Minutes of the previous -
-be visited, and they; will be called E. ,
itarke. The chairmen of these de- meetings approved. Moved by Moore and secondedby man. Q. M. Inman W. Torode together 'In meetings to ,discuss J C. Robinson and H. '
C. Wall ?
I. BcasJey! Surrency that Superintendent
lartments are Mrs. O. : Report of the bond trustees for .
methods and plans to make their
nd Mrs. Edward Burnt.Mrs. the month of October was approved. try and arrange with L, II. Hill The committee from Palatka
I business more profitable. It is merctal Club visited differenttowns }
Miles la a member of the The council passed an ordi- for the purchase of additional ,
hoped that we may; be able to l along the route of road 38 '1:
conservation of the land for the Lawtey Junior High \
epartment of nance allowing the members of the .' "
bring into the county some'gooddairy ,]!
ten days and made
ago arrangemente -
'lorlda Federation of Women'slub board of bond trustees to receive School. .
delightful speaker cows as other counties have at Mother ,, Theboard also Instructed the for appointment commit' \
and Is a compensation for their service
fche has a valuable collection of done this fall.1Considerable: the rate of $2.00 for each meeting i superintendent to Investigate the tees to attend thins meeting..They <*

tildes which give to her hearers time will be spent held for the transaction of business conditions'. and requirements by report a prompt response on the ,'
with the poultry farmers to help !
plendld Information on this sub- business In connection with the dutiesof T which the county could receive aid part' of the communities Visited 'i
them to 'put their on a .
and assurance"
received the
tied of her talk. said once: In building Rosenwald Schools for representation -
better paying basis.
Mr. L. Wyman will speak on Bearing in mind one of thefarmers' The committee on electric lights .. .. negroes at Starke and Hampton. at the meeting. Monday

Itlzenship and enjoyable mu- needs-that of and waterworks were requested to . : and to proceed with same If above . '

|A. Z. Adklna, chairman of music! improving the soil- will bond trustees relative to clearIng Moved seconded and carried and W. A,>. Shands of Gainesville. ",t

[will be rendered.The made to get as much winter and up water and light delln- that C. B. Plts'er be paid on the members of the state road depart ; :

public is urged to take. ad- summer possible to cover add crops humus planted and plant as auents. it being the desire of the [[CHARG ''f\THEG{\ ; AND JURY ] basis of original bid extension 'on ment. have stated they will attend .;
anlage of this opportunity and be council that service be denied parties his route. meeting 'I.f.r .

[present. There will be no admta- food.The where same was not paid Widow's' pension' approved for -'-- 'i\:'
4-H Club work with the .

|Ion charge. boys will be" pushed as this la one promptly.; > to be better citizens: Mm. Avap Thomas and Mrs Alice
hostesses for the afternoon are: Mr. Sternberg was appointed a Thomas. 1
of the most voluable phases of the has been it seems to me, Mineral Springs i
Mc'Hdames D. E. Knight Hamilton committee to confer with the Bills for themonth'were'auditedand ,
extension: work. The schools will to, be. to
they seem prepared
hitch J. E. Corpening, G. H. Low. mayor relative to recommendations : ( paid. ,
be visited In the near future and greater criminals.. I am
ry, W. Q. Halle, J. C. Hoover L. for recratlon pparks such as No further business coming before F
enrollments made for ntxt year. able to understand why with Sold
H. Hill. tennis courts, etc. the board they adjourn dit.o j.Reported |
Considering that,roy lime in the magnificent opportunities that
meet the
Monday In December -
county Is limited and In order generation has today ,

that some valuable work may be CANAL ACROSS only to Improve themselves
Tornadoes PlayColumbia done along the lines mentioned an educational standpoint A. J. Grime Secretary. According to the following announcement ;1

above. I will not be permitted to STATE IS : ; lrQIIi',ftr mist ;standpoint. B. .. l .,-' -< -**- -rr ,}I- y. appearing In the. '/r,
TQflG ,
vaccinate bogs in the county. Oth had ,last Friday Hell7
after they have the op State .. .. "
Rushing bronn Springs\ located .six.: miles :
be made for
er arrangements' can to attend the magnifi
Tigers that service. OF RADIO TALK nor )!'Ht'of; 8tark on' the 'Stat, M.j
4 'schools and 'churches: : of our
Operations On Farm road lias',.been sold .to the t.
In the few days already spent that crime is running ram-

In the county I have found a very Congressman Green' Call* Route It seems that they; think It Porter, Brothers of South Jack.sonvllle. .
The Tornadoes will tackle their Baldwin Road \ The property was owned
and cooperative people
; Most Important Inland honor and/something to
old rivals the Columbia Tigers in and believe that It will be a pleasure Waterway." of to commit a crime. by' a stock company organized: la

Lake City this afternoon. Theyare to work among them. My; Starke l several years"ago and forth j'

determined to avenge the 12- headquarters will be In Lake' Butler ; ; at this time gentle- Elimination of "')(oath Trail" WillIk pa.t'.verai'mlnths( had been .

6 defeat that the Tigers handed and those desiring I information Declaring that In his opinion ; I want to call your atten ArcompllnIiFfl! At Early: Date leased to 0. C. Porter, one of the'brothers
the proposed canal across the to the crime of larceny bet
them last year: or service may; communicate the article stated as buyIng ,
Coach Lovell is well pleased northern part of Florida Is .tOoday's > as stealing; I have nev- Work of widening state highway t
with me there. I assure you that the property. The etorfol.
with his squad after their convincing I am anxious to be of service to most Important" Inland waterway : equal of'It In my life No.1. between Baldwin and' Jack lows: -. if '

with St. Augustine last project. Congressman R. ; I want to say to you that, on sonville 1 I. being vigorously '
game the people of your bounty and prosecuted "Jlellbronn'Mlneral Springs lo-_
Green of Starke delivered '
A. .an + ; occasion where the law
Saturday 'In which they held the"Mullets" has by the state road depart,
solicit your support and hearty cated In Bradford county; near I
to a 06"tie.The"B"'squad I address over WJAX municipal radiophone violated there la someone ment. The highway long known'as :
cooperation at all times. Starke, one of the most famous
Jacksonville -Thursday ; than the who ..vio '
using Lake City person the "death tral due,,
L. T. Dyer Cqunty Agent, ''' watering places for Florldlans In "
night u'
the Tor- : the law who knows that the fatal.'accidents to'man'I'
plays ran roughshod over Union and Bradford Counties. which ;
days before lhptast'tain and '
lIadoe_' the first 'day, but since . "This great Intra-coaatal'canal ''ha&<' been' violated- and they red there, Is being automobile ',"

'then the Tornadoes have Improv-: system would begin at Boston, follow ' ) I et:to;do their ddty a* citizens feet. It andvnow arendevous for
linecroeei' Originally\ ; was a sixteen-I those desiring a. high anat.l.minerai .
the Atlauti i
-d considerably and are now show- Hunting Season .coast i as juror when they dor not re- foot r water been purchasedby '
the of the Peninsula of :
defense at the upper part" It In tbe'courts: Such Concrete
Ing' a good' nec- shoulders, two feet In
Ollie Porter of South Jacksonville '
'ime developing their offense. For Quail Will Florida and proceed along the gentlemen on the part width are> being 'constructed 'on \ . coast of the"Gulf of Mexico thru ,
terrific wal- ., of their duty to the either
Lake City took a ; side of the ro'ad. The work
loping from F. M. A. last Friday, Open Nov. 20th New Orleans to the Rio Grande;,' leads to but one thing} and began at Baldwin. Already several C. "Mr. Porter and his brother G. ''
Porter have had
an option
.n they probably win try to makeup the speaker said. I is what Is known as mob vio miles of elghteenfoot< roadway is the '
springs for
" for this today, but 'the Tornadoes -"The canal across North FloridaIs We, I regret to say, have available to motorlsti. I some time and
Hunting will November the missing and final link of the : that have been serving hundreds of
are determined that It season open thoroughly demonstrated This stretch of highway for
won't be over them. Afany; rateit 20th and continue until entire chain and It Is obvious that : In this circuit and It caused years has been one of the most i homes In Jacksonville and In West J +

will be a thrilling battle from 1 Feb. 16th for quail turkey and 'I' the time Is not distant when this court to have to hold an extra heavily traveled pieces of road In Florida dally with, this famous water Mt
but until recently Mr. Porterdid
squirrel. final link will be constructed. term In Union
beginning to end. county the. state
On Tuesday of next week which I The season for deer will last from ; I have reference) to is the It carries all east and west!! not realize Its value, when ha, ""I

>8 Armistice Day the Tornadoee November 20th until December 31,I construelion I which existed'at Ralford bound traffic on Highway No. 1 Crook received author a report of "Mineral from James Watersof K. '' '1.k,

will journey down to Chief land and similar season -will be observed spring. You are all familiar between Jacksonville and Lake

md, plan the high school .there, for ducks geese brandt doves. j that condition and what ('au. City as well as all north and the United States and their :
returning here next Friday to take coots and Wilson snipes. [been estimated from $50,000,000 1'n. That was brought about south bound traffic coming Into Therapeutic Uses", In which Mr,- .i"i
'I t
''in the strong',, team from Sum- There'wili be no open season for to $150,000,000 even such an the citizenship which Lake City and destined for Jack. Crook state that Hellbronn.

merfleld. I wood duck, fox squirrel, doe deer amount would be only a small per up the grand jury of this sonville. In addition the Baldwin Springs water has the second ,

The Tornadoes 'should win all I woodcock plover yellow-leg and centage of thatroat which has already and that county had re- road has to carry all downstate highest mineral content of any et ";is\

''hr >e of these games with Lake. swans. been expended and which to do its duty. If these peo traffic coming to Jacksonville.In the greatly advertised mineral i ;;1'

City the hardest of the three. Dally bag limits are announced will be In the near future expendedfor done their duty that term connection with the widening waters of the nation. :

roach Lovell will probably start as follows: Deer (buck only) one; the remainder of the great system. ; ,, would not. have been neo- of the Baldwin road George it. "Mr. Porter'' and his brotber- .

these' men In the game today: wild turkey 2; quail. 15; brant I cannot believe that our I''I 'and the good name of this I illlls, member of the' state road have organized the Hellbronn' >- I

\ValnwrIght LE S; snipe 16;; coots 29 ; ducks, 16 ; government. In Its economical and would not have been dark- department from this congressional Springs' Water Company; 'with offices .

Moore LT doves 25; galllnulus aggreate, 25; financial prudence can long be ; I want to say; to you further. : district has proposed the construction - / In South Jacksonville."'
willing to permit the existing ----- -- ---
15. curtailment '
LOI squirrels, when
raham ., that you see peo- of a new road from Jacksonville
Season bag limits are as follows / of benefits of the money -*
I Illman. (C.) C I especially men with fami to Maxvllle. It la estimated
Thomas RO : already expended by not completing -1 ; leafing; around all over this that this 'cut 'off, thirteen TrKHU.IV: HOLIDAY

Matheny UT Deer (buck only) 2; turkeys. 5; the link. I. as they area and not work- miles in length- will relieve the -....

Sternberg RE any other game 200. "The congress has been generous and you cannot get them to Baldwin-Jacksonville: highway of Next l
Nov. I1tb.belnll'
Tuesday ,
Licenses be obtained at the to Florida recently In provid-
Maxt <. QB may .- they are stealing. They fifty per cent of Its traffic It Is Armistice Pay the
Alvarez V "' LH county judge's office at the follow ing for our rivers" and harbors de- from those who do deemed advisable to construct this
'. county schools will observe
Krownlee ; ';lf RH ing rates: Resident county' game velopment. In 1925 Florida was and try to have something; roadr, Instead of building a two the ; t thouses
holiday, and business
Robinson, &< FB license $1.25; resident other than allotted $1,295.339; In 1828 $2- .gentlemen it I I. your duty to way; highway; from Jacksonville to
in Starke will! close
$3.25 resident. state $8 141.244 ; In 1927. $2.4411,729; in < ;
county. ; ; put down that crime. It I Is Baldwin Thin proposed '
road connecting at noon for the
Tarpon Springs First biby no -reedent.: state $25. 1928 $1.226 '613io; 1929 II- Why, a man cannot have with highway No. 13 at remainder of
the day. Students'of Bradford
toll 143.294 ; and in 1930 $2.228- ; -
links In city opened at cornerof hen and some biddies, a Manville, will cut' the distance
I III.b'will take part In a
rin",llas and Lime streets. EMILY KLIZABKTH: WILLti 200. pigs or even a pine tree between Jacksonville and
I Tampato program arranged for during +
In closing hl address, the In hilt back yard but that hi
,. Emily Elizabeth Wills '72, widow -': third of a series of four to be de- apt to have; them stolen miles. the morning, after which

WOULD WAR VKTKBANS: : of the late Judge J. T. Wilts, livered, Congressman Green said; him It he leaves -home for I Ii/ULOTM TO IIK (-OL'NTEI) balance for of the the day school will be activities -
died at her home near Starke I "Probably the, outstanding a short time. You gentle TOIAYTb.canvaseing

A list desired of all Tuesday night. Funeral services I achievement for Florida during all know that the open woods pended. ;

World War veterans In Brad- were.,,beld Wednesday interment I the last four years was the final !: In .this"county I* not worth I board will meet Many' patrons are planning -

ford following at Crosby Lake ceme- i,' realisation of the Florida delega -excfpt' for the timber today at the courthouse to count to attend the football ;'

branch county, covering and every tery. Pallbearers were Messrs. tion's: efforts! of many years for l Ip an it; and that most of It, ,I the votes cast In Bradford county game at ChJefland Tuesday

veteran of service every Olln White. Oscar Andreu A. J.Grlffls. 1! Federal aid In the Florida Ever. of the high taxes, has Iin Tuesday's election according to afternoon between Starke Lt
la urged to register
In atCllrpenln. A. II. Johns, W. A. Bes- glades. Florida's members In back to the state. If people II. O. Wall supervisor of registra and Cblefland high _schools
a book
for that purpose i
sent J. M. Mitchell. congress have attended congressional to go around and I tion. Some of the boxes were still and with the business hoooes

Starke. .. Drug Store.their hearings and worked on this the timber from this land ,, being held at the precincts ThursI closing for the afternoon. Uis

mine. or send In HANK CLOMKD: TCEHDAY; :I great project for several years, so not b* prosecuted then our I day and no estimate could be givenas thought Stark will send"j

Reason for registration finally at the last session of the ; will continue to be high, and to the number of votes cast an even larger number, of
' king for purpose of organ- >The Bank .of Starts" will be I congress we were able to obtain so, because a person can- Voting 'was light at both Starke rooter to Cblefland than, attended -,

an .American. Legion Nov J ilk Federal responsibility In this mat- / the"' .mea at
Poet- closed all. day Tuesday I ( .precinct, two of the largest In the << High"

t.I 3 Armistice Day. . ter." (Concluded on page f.) county. '''' " Spring and St. Augustin.' '

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I HONOR noL All Buddies Together-Veterans of Club Achiever- '

First grade: Marian Crews,

B. H. S.. JOURNAL"The Leonard Smith, Thelma Byrn, Lily Civil Spanish 'and World Wars .Radio Feature Of

Jenkins, Frances Strickland, Beatrice State
Staff" Tlllis and Jacqueline Andrews And Nation!

drs. Ritch teacher. _

Editor-in-Chief _..______________ Milton Brownlee Fret: grade, C & E: Othra -w, Gainesville, Flu, Thre,
Haynes and Doris Grlffls. Miss Ray Ida radio
: Assistant Editor __________________._ Hazel! Adkins teacher nslvt station hook-up stations WIll, )loin la p:
____________ Gary Overstreet ? t the .
Sports Editor ____ __ First and second grades: Janet d Broadcasting Com, atloii;
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Literary Editor ____________________ Muriel Silcox MrGauIey.' Junior Smith, Charle : I; 9to pay tribute ''o, the 4.i11Ibe,

Exchange Editor ________________ Annie Mae Pearce Molten, Eloise Hayes, and L. E, iv+ work by broadcasting a \ \aiI

Moseley, Grace Green, Mildred 1i I In cooperation ', ,,1,, the 1)1011'111)
Williams Harold Bishop Garne States Departmem ,' \Cnltl:
ANI NT.AfCJCHTINK n.un NEW: i\grlcu
JUlADFOim Hubbard, Marguerite Tlllis, Ruth i and 37 state e> it IU!
: MULI..KTH HATTLK Wyman, Mary Williams, Frances This is the first 'on'Wlt, ,
of the Inter ?
TO A 0-0 DEADLOCK The second meeting 'In' :
\ Overstreet, Frank Hemingway, Club Achievemem rad.e .8
No Club was held In Mrs. W ifte's na) :
Margaret Pearce, AI'ce Pete rain, gram Pit-
( By Gary Overstreet.. room last Wednesday
i Archibald Thomas, Melvin WIg-
Beginning '
follows at
crowd of fighting The program was as : : le(
l A gins, Winton Sumner, Irene eaB""
standard time, ,
to St. Augustine The Life of Virgil-RandolphCrosby 1ft I ls
1' Tornadoes journeyed Ooodge, Coy Simmons. Miss Davisteacher. I Isy talk by Dr C. W Wllrbllrtonlilrector /
Saturday and played to a tie 9 .
core of 6 to 6 with the Mullets The Roman Baths-Marguerite of the Foil.! '"' .;ltCslo' '
I Third grade: Emmett Ferryman Service, and mum' ?,
Prevatt.The the
of St. Augustine, Pnik4
Ralph Rhodes, Frankle States Marine Bam,
H. scored for the first time win be
B. S. tea
Rltch Allie Mae Blade Ancll Griffin
of the contest In the third<< quarteron Etiquette Club met Wednesday Then brenl r "))" book ;

a 20 yard pass from Alvarezto Oct %ht In Mrs. Carpenter'sroom Jack Halle, n'lly: Jackson, JessIe each station will i I.. "",??, ?,, !II

Sternberg. Then with only a and the following officers Ricks, Edward Raymond, Tommy mnuie! local prog./ HI," ,10, II
President Martha I Ritch Juanita Barefoot, Margaret they will all jolt, ,. ,
elected "
few minuets to play St. Augustine were : 'II 'tddmvn
opened their famous aerial Brownlee. Lowryi Vera Manning! Elsie from Secretary 01 1.u, !, 'ma, '&T Arthur
attack with Captain Green pass Vice-president, Lulu lledgraves, Woods, Iva'TSapp! and'Jean Davis. M. Hyde.

Kitty }lodgs(>d. Miss Mlddleton teacher Florida station! i, < ,
ing the ball on nearly every play. Secretary, A1 1I1 carry!)
They finally got within a yard of Treasurer, John Andrews.' Fourth grade: Mary Harriet 'b, N a ti p ga, the full program ui' \\ lAX lack
llshop, Era Edwards Clara
the Tornado's goal and Horiidon The president appointed a pro- ; sonvllle, wlonII ,m aid

4 bucked over for the ncore. For the gram committee consisting: of: Flume, McKay Johnson, Mellle Sil- WSUN St. Feterm., stat; sh

', chairman Lois cox, Vernon Silcox and Crokett tlon WRUF Calm ,
extra point a pass was completed Lois! Adkins, ; WIlT,, lob

' but the man was stopped In. his Long, Marjorie Stump, Dorothy. Sumner. Mss! Bennett, teacher. 4tY i In as the statI6nt. i h .o), '..0, (tbf

tracks by Walnwrlght. Bitch, A. E. Wall. Fourth grade: Nettle Dowling, local programs

J Early In the game, the contest They will be responsible for the Mary Jane.Judd, Jennie Tyler Lillian r r'e During the In il i I u mama
next meeting. Moseley, Lucy Ann Drew, N. from WJAX, Jack
resolved Into a punting duel be program for, our Plan Marloi
tween Moore for Starke and Captain This meeting consisted of organization T, Hitch, George Silcox, and Jew- 'county club boy. Margaret/ Omivie,

I Green of St. Augustine, for and a short talk. elt Fogg. Mrs W. If. Hart, teach-" Duval county club /girl) mil H W

,r }.' the first halt Moore was handicapped (I'. Judge John Haitnn Payne, chairman ot the American Red Cross, and Red Croat prey laities irith Blacklock, state boys lint i : aeeoiwill

by a strong east wind In his tU'I.Ut'; | Club Fifth grade: Murla Geiger, veteran of three tram left to right sratra. Civil War veteran and legless veteran ot the World War: speak

t face. However, In the last half }rankle Lee Peek, Ruth Ella l ttanitlny./ left to right. prey laities from Walter Heed with Judge Payne in center and Civil War and From WIOD Miss Itodll KOMI!

" with the wind at his back, he got The first meeting of the Etiquette ': Priest, Oracle Mabel Pitzer, Carol Krmrtnh-American. tear veterans at end. The picture was made at the White\ House garden party given by Dade county club girl. MIm PiaviiGleason

off a beautiful punt for 70 yards, Club was held Wednesday, White, Alease Maples, Billy! Long, President and Sirs Hoover for disabled' veterans of Washington's hospitals.A'TII'ljGH .,, state home demonstration
October 22, 1930 under the leadership Billy Powell S. L. Silcox Miss I
1 which rolled out of bounds. of Mrs. T. T. Long, who I erklns I more than a dec-, times, or of their problems of today enlisted men of Army. Navy and agent, Herbert Fritz, Palm Heath

Alvarez ripped off 25 yards thru value and teacher, punned since Lhe.. they also talk of the Red Cross, Marine Corps In their problems county club boy, and !Howard.
gave a good talk on Sixth grade: Mae Mersereau, I
j" the line in the first period and Club: I and the average which Is always standing/: by to help Tbe national organization ''also Selby, West Palm Beach buslnea

'f p" again in the third quarter on two purpose of the Etiquette Sills Sloan, Laurie McKInney and young' man who enlisted In' the them. During tbe Civil War the maintains Red Cross men workersat man will give short talks
The following officers were Don Stllley. Miss Gruber teacher:
line plays he advanced the ball to Spanish-American war tins now Red Cross bad not yet been organIzud camps army posts and naval WSUN will present Romaine

:$J the Mullets' 30 yard, from here he elected: Seventh grade: A. W. Anderson! passed l his fiftieth year, yet dainnd In this country, but it bas been bases to aid In recreation and per gels. Plnellas countv
I' passed to Sternberg for the first President Thelma Andreu, Lois Judd, Fanny Silcox. Mrs t by oar veterans for-services", \ on every battlefield that Americanshave sonal problems of tbe service men. Mrs Joy Belle IIe n. Plnciutham

score of the game. Vive-president, Louise Edwards Maynard, teacher, that the American Red Cross Is engaged In. since that time. About forty thousand gay, cretonne demonstration, agent Gray Mllej)

,, ;,, Mast, diminutive substitute Secretary, Alice Fernandez Eighth grade: Joe Edwards, bartered by Congress to give them, But Civil War veterans have the Christmas bags, packed by 1I111 borough county <'dub tot and

t I quarterback made a beautiful ret Treasurer, Lester Price Robinson Merrill Edwards, Myra Frlnk, increase annually advice and counsel of Red Cross women all over tie nation, go to William Gomme, 1'liicllas muntf

turn of the opening kick-off, gaining ,eecy Fogg Blake Jackson, Louse New pension I..g1slatlon. passed chapters just as have veterans of the American soldiers, sailors and agent.

about 30 yards. This club meets each Wednesday Cite, Donald McRae, Connie Mc- Iu the last session of Congress! at- more recent wars. marines on foreign service to bring Beginning at 12 45 Will V .II1

,J 4'f,. St. Augustine made several costly In Mrs, T, T, Long's room. (auley, Annie Murrhee, Helen foots both of these classes of men. All veterans In hospitals know the, them a remembrance from home. Join In, and Dr. Wllmon N'ovelL

o fumble and most of them were The Etiquette Club held its sec- Mersereau, Alice Silcox, Louise and ,Ned Cross Chapters In twenty- kindly attention tbe Ret] CraM at this season of good cheer. dean of the Florida! Collcs, ""I.: Ag.

recovered by Howard Moore, who ond meeting Wednesday, October Snyder. Mrs Perkins teacher. six hundred communities are pre- hospital workers, who provide entertainment These activities are supported by rirultur'o and director ot flu Aurl-

e to lake advantage 29, 1930. Ninth grade: Lois Adkins, Eth- pared' to aid the veterans In pre1- motion picture shows, the public through their annual cultural Extension Serv. tile
i in always In his favor. The meeting was called to order olyn Barron, Bunny Canova, Kitty paring their claims. small comforts and servt as friend Red Cross membership dues paid Lucy Belle Settle, diatri, i UenBlon -
of break
. a Trfrnudoes showed beautiful by the president! who speedily ogsed.: Winnie Lou Whet q} old soldiers t of any ot the and messenger of mercy when once each year at the time of the agent, the cliamplon .\urhui
,. The all Howell that Americans have engaged! family'troubles difficulties arise. roll call Armistice to Thanksgiving
f"' teamwork in their new art and etllctently despeimed with Catherine Haynes S. R. wars or Day. county club boy, and .in' "'n"landing

r an g ement. Cox and Mathony, new preliminary:, business. She has as Louise I Jackson, Lois Long, Sin- in. get together for u talk over old Red Cross chapters also serve the Day. club girl, will Bpeiik

defensive her program committee: Melba claIr Peek, Marguerite Prevatt, The national program ,m, been
excellent -
.1't to the line played Silcox chairman; Ruth Rowe, MIl'111m MarjorIe Stump. Dorothy Swan- I"IHIII\ OKDlNANCi': h's department Is striving for fur- arranged by the Untied :sui di.
while Thomas ETY DISASTERS!
football I tH
Edwards. and rOUIHUS: AMM\LS: OF ther modification of the Mediterranean -
LoulHB '
shifted to right Jacobs, born) Mrs. Hudson and Mr. Lov.ell. partment of agrlcultun ii'd'' the
who lies been
TOCIUHTM! LAIU1G fruit fly quarantine !In
Beverly Cudy. 1, teachers four local programs h) I il h, Kiorldi,
guard well.
also showed tip
There was some argument over The vice-president then" look Tenth grade: Wynken Boul- Florida.Mr. CALL CiT! ii :DCiOSS! o Agricultural: Extension': Si-i\, '
meeting and with the Florida, soon to welcome with Talma'dge said tlutt a recent ..
tha touchdown made by St. Augustine charge.of the ware, Mary Brownlee Horace Cox, ----- -
It aid of her fellow club membersand Lucille Edwards,. Hope Haynes, open arms Its annual crop of ftln- order from the federal plant boardin
the olllclul called a
but CalnellvllleFlorhlll poultry-
T. Long, rendered an can' tourists, ban a law which Washington, effective October
Mrs T, Abbie Harley Morris Jackson, Eva:
score and no It stood 'deals !' Visa:: Chairman Fissor:: Cites men received: l4ffDOOlii( from
excellent program on the "Funda Leo, Mildred Morgan Mrs Long with! dog "catlJ! billy Routs; 15, permitted movement of crated |
i Scorn by periods: and they animals! running at largeIn fruits "by railroad but not by in their poultry and eggs:; 'luring
mentals of Etiquette. and Mrs. Carpenter, teachers. $1,200,030 Spent .
0 0
St. Augustine __0 0 tourist camps, Attorney General 1929 according to an noil menu-ill(
trucks This he termed "rank
d Starke __.____0 0 (II 0-a -- Eleventh grade: Miriam Jacobs, Fred H. Davis has advised .an inquire d'scrlmlnation -3,5CO Chapters: Aid In. here by F. W. lUsher. Slat.. Marketing
,Study Club ,
Starke Xulurv :! I Novella King, Jean Laird, Ortho
lineup for :
.'. i Bureau
I'K' Matheny, Evelyn Stump, Etholln Replying to a telegram from T. Work. 1 DeLand-IJotel CollPK Arms
Cox: meeting of the 8th
The weekly Tha attorney general quoted
White. Miss Fernandez, teacher. E. Higginbotham of Baxley, for _
: Moon" LT grade Nature Study club was held two.sections of the law on the sub to' being Improved at com' of,>i about
LOIn Twelfth grade: Milton Brown the status of the trucker, so far as Readiness net in an emergency,
I Graham 29th. Minutes for the of compiled $5,000
Wednesday, ject. ,Section 4117 the,
C lee, Alice Fernandez, Emory': Guy, citrus Is concerned Mr. Talmadge should a disaster strike has become --
" ma n. tC) read. Myrna laws reads
,I" '; HO last meeting were Louis Hill:Jr. Muriel! Silcox, Rachel general : said tho federal board had advised part of the Red Cross Chapter
l ; Thomas talk on Spiders'' Cal- other animals
Krlnk a dogs
gave or
R-T Silcox, Bill Wainwright, Ruth that the danger was over and had
Matheny KM lie Strickland on Grasshoppers, Williams. Miss Matthews, teach- shall not be permitted to run at 'authorized movement ot packages ties. No Substitute for

Sternberg Merrill Edwards", on Caterpillars in but
largo any tourist camp
eo', by railroad and not by truck. local committees was revealed last
Must, QH Donald McRae was elected<< class shall at all time be securely leash I
"We not year: when ,moro ,than ninety communities Mother
LII are protesting on
Alvarez rend original "
poet and he an poem ed. I disaster relief
Brownlee RH which was greatly enjoyed.. Elo},'e Bitch: "How. did Sam take Section 7847 nays\ : Any person count of this> action," he said al'-I work by the required Red! Crosa. substitute
Mother Nature has no
HobiiiHon, K. FHSustltutlons It when Thelma gavrf him his owning or having In bin possession see no reason why trucks tornadoes
!: : Stwrke, Robinson (,ll1J.1"1'l'OIST04! watch back "' and under his control any dog, cat, not be allowed to haul citrus fruits brought As In the greatest years,Damage., TVLonlyfour when aid Is needed for torpid, constipated '

for Mast Tlson for Brownlee. amiWulnwrlght \ ..-- ltl'
for: Cox Thin year we are starting a new the nearest pawn shop." the same to run, at large In such the federal plant board has ruled Fire also took toll of life and property Liver Pills are made out of pure Vega

.. ..... and l valuable system In our - i I camp,, shall be guilty\ of a misdemeanor oth
," D, It hi the :"ilia moat IIChOOI'l John Andrews: I wonder that and conviction'shall get them to lift the ban to per-
TIIK 1..UTITnp inao-ni: ) upon Seven C')est Arcs dj: great dimrje ounces of bile flowing freely that
; the "Quality Point System." fat old girl! over there is rally try- I be punished by a fine ft not exceeding mit trucks, to haul citrus. : eighteen aI'et8were affectedby ,
In this "system, each student ing to flirt with me?" .-, 1 thoroughly cleanse body of all wastA
varies $10 or Imprisonment not .:aoud, and, nine storms caused I
little The from faculty that of of 1J! 29-30, although must have ten quality point each I Eldredge Robinson: "I can exceeding ten days Miami Dr Harvey Kellogg I heavy loupes. Other disasters were :. Red bottles. All Druggists. Insist 00

teachers have year In order to receive a diploma easily find\ out by asking; she ,Is !arranging: to open southern sanitarium cloudburst; cyclone, epidemics, Carter's by name. Take Carter'so'rit'a9

some new feel thaiwith at the end of ft ur. years.., One my filil."- Pathfinder WANTS Ql'\I\\ 'TlS": In Country Club Estates mine explosions and, bMpwrecko. In I -
and sure
boon added we
have and 'will receive a certificate saying MODIFIED; t'l'1I'fJll tt: Hotel. I the Insular possessions of the Unit \ ot'r .UP"1'11"0 FOR I

: the the faculty cooperation we of now all the that he has graduated from high Miriam: "What a puppy love?" -[+t-- Plant City Sam Rosenberg's ; ej Status the' flea C.vss gave rolluf .'TAX--:: IIKKIINotk -;

with \ school if he has an average from Peek: "The beginning of a dog's .Atlanta, CifK, Oct.Engene department store moved to loca In twelve disasters, chiefly from .J\*
tUiidents, we will have a very H.UCrotmful > IN hereby ulv\ n .
11. Names of seventy to seventy-nine: but wlI: life"' Talmud no* state commissioner of I formerly .0cc!)led by Unney hurilcanea. In foreign: countries ': Cl ,rk. holdai of Tax Ortln ate, 1''.*',
year at B. S. ____ i II : 3, :and dof Septembi-r > I'''
host; receive a diploma. , agriculture, ha84"nnou'nced that Storev relief was given by the American "I""
In 'm.
of teaclver'follows\ has fled KR( l .rtlrl<-a" "
the corp Science \ For each' grade; from iilnety to'a Toots has -smile that is, so sweet', Red Cross-In six Instances of earth; unit .made Ri U"<--atlo'
Principal I S. s. Howling' - hundred Inclusive, three quality No one In this school has It beat; quakes, floods'nnd'to' rdtmi :'ees. u",'Sa1rel'rliAuule"; "I'fla < '. tae'law. "

"' and<< muthewatlcs.! points are given for each grade And when she looks at a fellow The illsuoter! relief 'work' of the following. :. cl.nerll ..d proi ambrs" 'T'f. .
And the Worst/ is Yet \ .
, Miss Florence" l\Iattehsw-F1ng- from eighty to eighty-nine, inclusive " right..... . to Comer Red Cross, cost 11,208.151 last year. atplt In Ifp.uUorol 'ounty.I'JI" ;'

hell and history. t quality points will be given Where:( Is a case' of love tit first Statistics! allowed-! an approximate .wit Hats; 10, 11, 12: of Block I, l'"..-'
Tars (I. C, White--Algebra and from seventy to seventy-nine sight. death rate of 709 t persons In these hurst Uevelopnittnt Suction :', "-

c Latin Is dlsUBtere; buildings destroyed or ship 6. :South KanK *2 at'
one quality point given. -- of until I1" ' '
The 'naxesimient
Mrs. D. P. Carpenter---Science The value of this system is to Th'n young poet drew his. in- -i'_, damaged, 19,578; persons Injured, under. the said c..rIIlIJ"I"i ,i- ,'
: and history. ., I- 1.4S7, and assisted by, the in the name of UnknuwnL'nlidH
schoolby '
of '
raise the standards our plratlon from one of our attractive certflieat'sk. ,li' '
Mrs T T Long-English:: amihlHtory In Ii Red Cross, 00.872. said ,hail' ',:
requiring a higher average high school( girls. I dei-mvtl ncrnrdlnx \
'order to receive a diploma.: Colleges . . .. .- n ..:;::::=:t Through disaster preparedness of wIll I Issue thereon \ p .
:Teach I A. r>, 1030. ,
Miss: Isabelle Fernandez' do not like to accept students I 1L The athletic department of B. H. = .I..L- Red Chapters, undoubtedly listed this 30th day' tif I" '""r
ers' training mathematics and great numbers ot lives were saved
P. 1930.
making n lower average than S., wishes to thank the citizens of I 0 W AI.I)!':l':\1.\:<<1
f. psychology.Mrs. eighty, for statistics have Proved! Starke for their support of "Brad and much distress and grief following Clerk of'circuit Com ,,,J1"'I.
rankle Hudson Com Tornadoes'' the calamities was prevented, County', Fl"' '
tha ln most cases they do not ford's Fighting, both In 1L-7.5t-12.5tord
( I according to James L. Flener. vice i _
mtJrllall: m. make satisfactory college students. their home games and games in

Mrs' I). Perkins-Science:! and Another fact In, favor of the system other .towns 5irE srni I chairman In charge of domestic operations -I
history. T of the Red Cross.
I la that each student understands lit C i iD iY "This type of work Is supported I
: Mrs' H. E. lIlyrnal'lllIathematlcs ;Jils exact standing In each The eleventh grade students MENT5 'C
N by the memberships of citizens ot
and science
have been testing their ability as
t. anllphyalt'al subject. the United States, their volunteer
H. Lovell English
Mat While this system Is an experi- poets. Quite a few have been selected \Y contributions, and their devoted

ment In our school we feel sure as good examples of their sI work," \Mr. Fleser said.
It. 8. also boasts of two experienced : It will ability, but the following baa been
Coach Brow- that, as in other schools. I j s ar "Every man and woman is urgedto
show its true worth In time to chosen representative of the best: join as a member of the local
Estelle Davis
ard Lovell and Coach conic A !SuninuT Eve: t A Red Cross Chapter, not only to be

The trickling of the babbling I ar a partner la supporting the work

I l'IL1PEL KXKIM'ISKS l: :! brook ;: _; through his membership, but also afford

MIIIIAIIY Kl'XU Was heard by me In my favorite to serve should an emergency occur 'you cannot

At chapel exercise Rev. Taylorof nook. t.C ," to' take clifincft

All nigh school students are Hampton gave UII a very Inter-: The sky above was! deepest' blue .

naked to bring twenty-five cents esting talk on "The Importance of And as night advanced turned a Life Savers Numerous with the properly you !he">

of Free Schools.. Immediately after darker hue. ) .
in the near future fir the use ... sequired.Incur.
the library during the year. This the. reading of the 5th chapter of The cows began to low More than a quarter of a million to; lhe fmltlj margin of'rear

Proverbs which brought out these And In the distance could be ,l rnlrul thai
money will be used for replenishing persons ers entitled to wear the Increawd aenl*-.n
the library. words) "Oet wisdom end understanding heard the crow, I American Red Cross Insignia de- Importaal mallet lo .n .Kenl nPrese.Ung

--- ," he stressed very clearly Then the peace and quiet was no I noting they have been taught the only drprnd.wl .*>**

t The folks that faced a fifty mile how we should spend our time more, 1 expert life saving methods of the ln>urmarIT. -.w..

t gale in St. Augustine Saturday and understand our selves as to 'Cause ma stood calling in the cabin organization. The number en- ****sad'osvservice
in brMuily ntw
saw one of the best games the knowledge. We were glad to have door. \ rolled to date Is 273,203. I. clleaU has .beeoi ....
Tornadoes have ever played. With Rev. O. P. Raymond. Supt. A. J. Patsy Brlnson.
urk of dbltectias.HAROLD .
a completely changed lineup from Grim. and our Glee Club Instructor ) I The adult membership In the *

the game with High Springs the Mrs. Wall present I Contract will be let Nov let for -- Ilhillll I Americans-Bed Cross for the year C. WALL

boys found little trouble In playing I construction .of East Coast Canal 1929.1930 was 4.130,965. Membership

\ra I'; the Ketterllnus Hlgb Mullets Tarpon Springs Summer sale over stretch of about 120 miles 1 '- la the American Junior Red INSURANCE

', off their feet, although a 6-8 tie of sponges here amounted to about through Indian River from Stuartto IIII Cross, through public and private

was all they could claim. 1200,000. Melbourne. Schools of the nation. was 6.930.843. STARKE FLORIDA

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PAGH Timro
---- -t.NEEDS
--;- Florida parishes are grower: generally : I SEED SWEET POTATOES Natural Advantage .;
STRAWBERRY are not financially able to
purchase plant from outside in Will Help Florida j
NEWS SECTIONConducted desired Scanty of
FARM quantities
SERVICE ON Gainesville. Fla.-Seed sweet
ACREAGE CUT plants la due to the long: protracted Become Dairy State 'j
dry spell in Jane and July potatoes should be selected at digging :- .
time, since that Is the timeto :
which was unfavorable to production
By of new plants In Louisiana, Chairman::? Payne Says Disaster eliminate trouble from such disease That Florida icon the threshold

IS APPARENT the old beds are plowed up usually and War Veterans as mosaic and stem rot, and of a new era In dairy development. :
MISS PEARL JORDAN, Home Demonstration Agent early In June and plants setout to select the best tubers from the was the statement made by J. A.

with the objeet...of securing Make Heavy Demands. best hills. Erdman West, mycologist Frohock, secretary of the Florida 'I

from run- at the Florida Experiment Guernsey Cattle Club In speaking
Anothe pronounced cut 'In thecountry's strong plaata -
i ners which In turn are net out usually Station points out. to visitors at the first annual auction :
strawberry; acreage appears the public servicesthat saved .
late In October; These last I Imentlon..ct Demands upon Redding tubers should be sale of the State Dairymen'sAssociation
likely for next season, according the; the American Red Cross Is or from the hills that have made good at Monticello last .
DAIRYING plant produce
to a bulletin from the strawberry crop maturing: the following ganised\ to give are Increasingly yields of potatoes that are of the week. He listed the following '.

United States Department of Ag- spring. The general short heavy, and will continue to be so desired color and shape. By selecting natural advantages; possessed by
riculture, Bureau of AgrIcultural Barton Payne, such hills mosaic is make
. to In the future, John this state which will help to
age of, funds is also likely prevent
Dr. L. D. LeGear Y. S Economics, concerning acreage In- since its
has announced.The practically\ eliminated, state
growers from applying the chairman, It a great dairy :
... K-Ie.- tended. This Is principally as a
seedbed and
the Is In the ,
Dr. LeG ar 1* a graduate of Ontn4oVaterlnariCollege.1892.Thirtyetght result of the extended drought usual quantities of fertiliser to twb major services of main sources First Florida has a longer
hills would not be chosen.
yearofr next season's acreage society-service to war veteran affected: growing season or as he expressed
during the past ; The report -
and summer When the hills have been selected -
work. Eminent authority disease relief In
veterinary follows: "Maryland;: Acrengfa ,will be cut and their dependents and It, more growing: hours In the year,
other livestock and poultry. Nationally split the stem r crown of
of dairy cows "
nUlox due the, loss of old bed disasters-show each year a greater than any; other state In the union
known lecturer,writer and) .nth,.. "From growers' reports of the short to the vines and look for stem rot. A s
acreage that they expect will be and some new plantings killed by number of persons'helped by tbe brownish color Instead of a Second, the state has an abund- .'

Article XII with the grain the proper propor- available for harvest In 1931, it la drought especially in the sandy Red Cross. healthy white or greenish color ance of artesian water available.

I tion Is about one pound to each probable that the commercial acre- lands (Pension legislation passed recently Indicates the disease and should Third plf'nty.of cheap land which
Uotii (row' (x>uia) affected Veterans, and increased will grow feed in abundance Is ob ,
one hundred pounds of grain mix age for the entire country will be "Michigan: Plants were for World War the hill. Tubers from '
LOOK OVKil: A MENU and hot all Spanish- tamable Fourth the state is
ture. ; near 182,000 acres Losses in considerably by drought allotments to ,.such a vine would likely produce

The grinding of grain may helpto 1 acreage have occurred through weather the past summer, most American War Veterans, have given weak, Infected draws, and only centrally located, with key cities.

Idols Have Their Likes. and 1)1"-", digest it, especially where thereare damage to old and new beds alike noticeable In the Important southwestern : to Chapters and the national society serve to scatter the Infection. Fifth housing costs are not hIgh.

T likes In Food the lame AM seeds. Sometimes as high as and. In many sections, through a district. where vines made many thousands of additional After the hills have been dug as It Is possible to build ideal

Human 1k>lns: scarcity of-plants for expected fall little growth and new plantings in said. houses for this warm climate atlow .
2U percent of the grain seeds cases to handle. Judge Payne only the bright, clean, and uninjured :
- the of planting. Aside from the possibility many cases sho( spotted condi coat Sixth, milk trucks cart)
1' la through digestive; tract In the post year help was givenIn potatoes should be saved as
the untouched unless It Is of a shortage of plants, there tion. Beds are showing an aver- be run every day In Florida, where
Ever: mother who has prepared cow 108 disasters. Ninety of these sead- These potatoes should be s
lati u>r her ihildren, knows how ground. The roughages are easierto are indications that the acreage to age stand of about 75 per cent. were In the United States, twelve stored In new or disinfected bins the roads and streets don't Ret

Jj'lcult!! It Is to please the little feed when they are cut up. The be planted for harvest In 1932 Acreage for 1931 Is about the fOl'elgn possessions and six were and containers, and should be 'clogged with snow In the wintertime. j

Ij?, It takes plenty of coaxing toW will eat more of It If It Is in I (two seasons hence) may be con- same as this ye*. ,' with beds In In In foreign countries. [ treated when they are bedded. The Seventh, there Is a good

1,1,I sometimes constant threatento small pieces although the cutting II siderably Increased, however. proper shape. Health activities ot the Red Cross bias and containers may be dIsinfected market for milk In Florida, and 4

get children to eat what ised dues not have any particular effect "From the high point of 208.- "MIssluHlppt. : Although hot dry being extended, especially with either a formaldehyde lorn] demand Is not filled by local "
: also are
for them. Even adult.will'' on digestion. Sometimes grain 800 acres In 1928, the acreage was weather this summer killed a large In the rural communities' where all or bluestone. solution, one pound supplies lie said that Floridadairymen ;

ike a dislike to certain foods'and is soaked before it Is fed. A bran reduced only slightly In 1929, but percentage of plants In old beds, health authorities agree the great to 2"5 gallons of water, whitewashed while building an Industry ;

Tfiine to eat them. i mash made of wheat bran should two years of low prices brought Intended for new plantings this est need exists. Red Cross with or sprayed with Bordeaux mixture to supply local demand, inn; ,

I The owner of a dairy herd ; with warm water Is frequently about drastic reductions in 1930, season in Harrison Lee, Monroe, 794 nurses In its .employ is the Before being bedded, the gain experience which will enable* {
given to before particularly in the Ozarks and oth- and Panola counties. will probably them to compete with producers
Liuld realize that cows, too have I cows especially greatest employer of public health potatoes dipped In a solution -
and after freshening er important central 'areas. The result in a substantial Increase in the United lu other dairy states. \
(Went tastes and appetltleir; I nurses In rural areas In of bichloride, of mercurymade \
line as people.. Feeds that wal'l An interesting two-year experI- 1930 acreage for the country as a the state acreage for 1931 harvest States. by dissolving one ounce'ol After having listed the advantage >

j gobbled up freely by some covsill ment is being conducted at Cor- whole was estimated to be 178,320 Acreage In other counties will In Its campaign against accidental the crystals In eight gallons of : ; accru'nn to dairying in Florida -

not be touched by others.::: TJlceI hell University for the purpose of acres or one-eighth less than that probably show 'a decrease, as old I deaths begun twenty years ago water. They should stay In the All Frohoek then listed the

Idren, however, cows can lie I finding the protein content of various of the previous year. The further beds lost will likely not be fully with Its life saving and lint aid solution for 10 minutes, be allowed handicaps which have kept the In- )'

light to like certain things; ovuaJICT grain mixtures. Three lots of reduction expected In the picking replaced. progiams, the Hetl Crosa now has to dry and bedded immediately dm'try from growing as It should :!.

they refuse to eat then at cows are being used and they are acreage for 1931 amounts to 9 per "Missouri:. Reds are tn poor condition adopted au additional program-. .--- -+ : havn grown In the past. The first

l.tI1 being fed rations of 16 percent, 20 cent. In addition to the loss In due to drought Productionnext \ that of combating the huge toll ot of t these l Iii t the cattle tick which 1

I have stressed In prev'oui c.rI'es I percent and 24 percent protein, re acreage next season there Is evI- year wall: possibly be much life from automobile accidents on I la.. being eradicated from the state.

': the necessity of proper com- spectively. "might be Interesting dent weakening of the bearing capacity lower. Well cultivated beds are lira highways. 'I I WltUPnU PROGRAM: After Us eradication\ this handicap

[nations of food and the qUol..a-j to know the proportions of feed of many of the beds due to In fair condition and recent rains Kxpendlturos at the Red Crossin I' "Tim Voice of FlorUlu"- I will be removed. The second

|-i necessary for the ::l that are being used .In this test. advancing age of plantings, lackof have helped all body a little. The the punt year were 91.254.700.3, I L _ Is the low production per individual

''iduitlon, of milk. Therefore ,:"- The hay for each animal is fed at care following the low price plants in general are not In ex- of which\ I1.20S.131.09 was spentin cow, which Is partly due to ,
1928 and 1929 and unfavorable condition,. how- disaster relief the chairman Oali\t>nvllla Fla. Joining the "
,\' attempt should be made; .lo the rate of one pound for every years tremely thrifty - the cattle tick. Increased nyoduc-
|mpt the cow's appetite so that one hundred pounds of live weight. weather conditions of the ever, and the stands are farlly pointed out. nation In a 4-11 club achievementday lion will be obtained by the Introduction "

e may oat all that is put before Silage U at the rate of three past season. Yields per acre the thin In some sections. Heavy "The Red Cross depends upon program; following two talks of purebred lines in areaswhere .

I' pounds to every one hundred :past season were at least one-fifth plantings next spring; are likely. the public for Its support, through by noted\ citrus specialists, 'VHUF the tick\ ID eradicated The ,

Frequently, molasses la, mixed pounds of live weight. .Drain Is. at lower than In 1929 and productionwas "North Carolina: In the Chad- their memberships enrolled from Armistice once state owned rad*> station, in cooperation third handicap! IH the fact that
In the period
scarcely more than twothirdsas bourn section, where the Klon- each year with the Florida Agricultural Chore has been Intelligent
'h feed to Induce the cows to the rate of one pound to every I to Thanksgiving Day,"
", It la quite desirable to hate three and one-half pounds (pints) large as the 1929 crop. The dyke Is the major variety Judge Day Payne said. Extension' Service\ will open breeding program followed toy
the diet a feed that contal.m of milk. i average prices paid to growers crease In (acreage\, aU'ln-1 "We do not receive any support another series of farm programs Florida dalymen. They should

ioea Hlmilar to the Juices of pare But having determined the ,! were about one-fourth higher; on next year\ but In the ", ,, from the Government; or through: to be broadcast from here duringthe breed their cows to freshen in the
the 1930 crop, but total returns section around Wallace, Rose Hill week beginning November 8,
fall that there will be a free
grass. Silage is one of them proper quantities of food each cow other taxation although as t the so
about 14 per cent lower than In and Toacheys some decrease is lOuch day's program begins at flow ot: milk during the winter
J wet beet pulp another Re- should have be sure she eats all President: of the United States Is
ise of the nature of the dlgcse I- you gIve her, It she does not ,1929. likely to occur. president ot the society, and one- 12:15: Some of the main talks when demand Is. greatest, and a

syntem of the cow, bulk Is l.urtant i clean up her box It may not be a "Alabama: Hot, dry weather "Ohio: Southern counties show I third of Its governing members are that will be given, along with mu- smaller flow during the summer

The more common bulky sign of overfeeding but an Indication I this summer killed a largepercen- plants going Into'Ilia winter' sea representatives XT. S. Depart. .BO! and other entertainment, follow when there Is a surplus. The .'

tin foods are wheat bran, that the feed Is not palatable.You tage of plants, and much of the aOIlu, poor shape, with many ments. It ranks as a semigovern'mental : fourth and lust handicap he listed
old acreage Is being abandoned. plants dead In each bed. Condition Sat, Nov 8--H duce Decay of
'mind oats, and corn and rob will therefore have to do agency. Is the fact that growers have Ho!
.. Tbe past two seasons have been spotted along Ohio River' These member In the Citrus by Proper Handling, Treeto
ill In mixing a grain ration BOat as mothers do for their children, "Uy Joining as a followed an Intelligent pro \
generally unprofitable to growers, counties will show an acreage cut local Red Cross Chapter once each Parking House-K. .... Dellimk. ,
It will have both bulk and an mix In flavors that will tickle the duction program.; It Is necessary;
ppallng flavor usually three or i, appetite, 1 and It appears now that, much 'of next year. 'Northern counties Increased year, during the annual Roll Call Some Factors That Affect Citrus to cuj) feed costs per Individualcow

,ir grains, are mixed together. In the acreage lost will not be replaced acreage about 10 per rent, every citizen will have a part In Profits-U. F. Floyd. Special Achievement and this Is hard to do when ....
this year. This means a con- Growing renditions have been fair carrying on this great humanitarian Day 4-II Club Program
calle of cows that are in the using all purchased feeds.
(1st( of heavy production still I'I.\XT DILL SEED: HINT niderable reduction In the acreage, '. along Lake Erie, but drought cur- task." Mon., Nov 10-(How FarmersCan Seems to me that fellow had the
with heaviest loss in southern tailed vine, and stunted
FROM COhLKUK: P.1IIM growth Sell Cream Cooperatively.
eater variety In the diet is rec- 'I. situation sized up about right.
nmended. counties. growth of new plantings Motor Injuries Treated M. Burgess Dairy Herd Records What do yout think?
"Arkansas: There have been "Tennessee: In eastern Tennessee -
I -V" K. n. Becker .
The effect of certain foods should Gainesville, Fla.-Dill seed' are I .
sharp acreage losses on accountof I condtlons are more nearly nor By Red Cross First Aid "
known to every farmer. We being planted now' on the College i Tues. ., Nov. 11-The Cutworm'sFatal '
extended drought. mal than in other sections where, I Carbon bisulfide' Is cheat stuffbut
lOW, for Instance, that cottonseed o'f Agriculture farm by A. W. Le- ,. Dlte--J. R. Watson.
calls constipating while linseed land, farm foreman. Mr. LelandIs try has been hard hit, The'lndUS-j lacking rain for so long'a period In line with I I" work for the preservation Wed.. Nov 12-Getting Birds almost Invaluable when It
In northwest plants stopped growth In wes saves about 25 percent of the
Pal! has the opposite effect. It Is sowing the seed In rows about ; ot life and prevention of Ready for Fall and Winter Poultry -
the acreage loss stands, are showing tern and northern Tennessee conditions stored corn crop from weevils Ten
Red Mehrhof.
the American Shows Norman R.
accidental death
portant that neither one be fed two feet apart and after the plantsare : --
up poorly. Plants are rather are similar to those in Ken- pounds per 1,00 cubic feet In a,,
too great quantities. Three or three or four inches high they Cross has adopted a new program Thurs., Nov. Controlling "
scarce. New beds from 20 tucky, Loss In beds may tight bin will do the work. The
range many
ur pounds a day is the maxl- will be thinned to four inches In of emergency first aid stations on Ticks on Dogs-Dr. E. F. Thomas.
to 80 percent stand,, averaging cause abandonment or plowing application should be repeated
um. Silage, clover hay, and alIra the drill. up the highways of the nation, where Frl., Nov 14-Some Facts that
about 60 per cent. These have in the spring. victims ot automobile Injuries will Influence the Cost, of Handling when necessary.
hay are laxative. On the Mr. Leland has found that dill
. ..
been making fairly good "Texas In Atascosa county .
her hand, timothy hay oat planted from September through progress : be helped. Citrus Dr. H, 0. Hamilton.
raw, and corn stover are constl- November matures during the next since September I. Old beds show where returns from the 1930 crop 'In the last year 31,000 persons St. Augustine Trull Pure Ice

ring In winter this should be May or June, just In time to be little better than 20 per cent con- were satisfactory, a 25 per cent In- were killed as the result of automobile Ocala Board of Commissioner Cream and Milk Co., opened new

itched carefully. It the rough- used for flavoring pickles being dition. There has been some fall crease is expected: This Is more accidents and more ethan, of state Institutions approved store at No. 42 Oranada street

eea you are using are constlpatf made from cucumbers. All parts planting In the White county dis than offset by the 16 per cent decrease 1,000,000 were injured.: As Its contribution erection of building for state
trlct. Of the acreage picked in in Harris county where the to the nation wide safety
school of girl here.
the grain: mixture should haveme of the plant may be used but the
1930, about 42 per cent was one- 1930 returns were less satisfac campaigns ot other organisations, Fort Pierce Construction
sort of a laxative content. are COFFINS & CASKETSAnd "
Minerals are very Important.airy Dr. E. W.. Berger an authority year-old beds, 38 per cent two- tory.. The beds carried over from the Red Cross will aid through the nearing completion on large 'cannery : 1.

cow and all animals ex- on the subject, states that dill seed year-old and 2- per cent three- the 19SO crop In Harris county to emergency stations. A number already ' for Florida Indian River Canning a Pall Line of
year-old or over with few beds secure plant for the 1931 are In operation: by Chapters
dealers crop Co.DeLand.
obtained from seed
pt those which are meat, require I can be Undertaken SuppliesAUTOMOBILK
large amount of salt. It should and that a complete fertiliser or more than three years old. are reported to be In poor condition -, on such I Important rime arteries aA r. Standard Oil Co. "

available at all times_ to dairy I stable manure should be applied "Delaware: New pUntings came due to hot. dry; weather JVeetchester: County N.. Y.. park constructing storage plant at connor } HBAB8Blware 4

attle. If.the salt Is given: to them before the seed are planted. through la farlly good shape but "Virginia: : On the eastern system, the Valley Forge'and Gettysburg of Michigan and Delaware avenue ..**. .ne. *..* ,1 1
some loss resulted from drought shore new plant are rather poor highways la Pennsylvania at coat of 112,000. .....l.. at the towMt ..!.....

Old beds were damaged and some due to dry weather. Some new tad the- Whit. Horse Pike la'New Arcadia Filling station to b* ....tat aftMHra '.. ..e"'O.D s.0.see. ,

are a total lose Held were wiped out by drought.: Jersey connecting with Atlantic built on northwest corner of Inter. .. ':.
And the Worst is Yet t to Come- "Florida: "Setting of plants In The picking acreage for 1931 Is City.sating. section of.South Polk avenue and tMUALllttlll

all sections has been about com- expected to be much below the Magnolia street by D. T. Carlton. ", DJ5WITT: C;. JONES "

pleted and increases In acreageare 1930 picked: acreage.: In the Nor Mother! **mdBt>i<. Apalachicola Municipal power .TAftKK. .LO''DA .,

reported in Hlllsborougb.: Polk folk: section, an Increase was In- Important Red Cross Task distribution system sold to Flor-

ms's and Hardee counties, while growers tended for 131 but was lost thru Ida Power Corporation. i iI
In Bradford county show a decrease drought damage I "

1c' The crop could stand a 'Washington-Oregon: : Beds are Sating mothers' lives and better II .', -, u'

little rain in most section, but Is reported la excellent condition bibles were Important features during t ;

YF4cwDEN'n5'f. reported at 85 per cent of normal with adequate plant for fall and the past year of the Public J
When la live at Modern-Flre-proof
condition. Blooms are showing: up rprlng: setting. Numerous three- Health Nursing Service of the Tampa
at Plant City and movement la ex- year contracts for strawberries at American Red Cross.' About four- -,- Radios Spa- i I '

< pected by Thanksgiving. 7c per pound (compared with fifth of the 794 nurses In the Red clone Rooms-Lob- '

"Illinois: New and old beds former price of 5 at 5 l-2c per Cross work made store than 100,000 HOTEL HILLSBORO by; Lounge. All "

show plants to be in poor condi- pound i ) have stimulated planting prenatal and maternity visits. In department'sand open '

Jillhii4iiI1rv ( ) tion although recent rains have Intentions. Indicating are that addition to assisting doctors In the all the year. Ratee

'r ? \ ) I been of some help. Stand Is much plantings in the fall ot 1930 and examination of 1,300,409 school: TAMPA'S lutfUJKST: HOTEL the the same throughout -

reduced In all beds that survived spring' of 1931 may Increase the children.'Statistics;

drought, and next year's yields are 1932 bearing acreage by 8 to 10 reveal that'the lives" of ,Where you will" meet friends and a welcome
almost certain to be light two out of three American women
per cent over the 1931 acreage.
"Indiana Growers in the Important who die In maternity cases could b*
: Pew! berries are produced the first $2.00 to $6.00
saved If they received proper med
southern counties have
season on either fall or spring
been hit hard Most all new plant- ; plantings.! In a few' localities, a ical and nursing care As more ') i4 rtl yu per day
than 15.000 women die In the United ,, ,
'ngs are a total Ion from heat and small crop Is reported from early r. ,,"
States each 'year from various
drought conditions of past few fall plantings but spring plantings
diseases of the maternal state, this
months. Old beds are showing mostly the practice of this country I
I means that more than 10,000 of a Official AAA Hotel
many plants dead or nearly so ."
I these.deaths are preventable. -Free Auto Storage ,

Iii with average condition about 40 -.-......-. --- ".- __ :+ for Guests ;i
I' per rent of normal for this time of

I I year. : Home Care .of Sick Taught
; "Kentucky: Beds have been Another's ."cr+. "Top o* the Town" 1
badly damaged and are showing Method of home care of the sick 'I i

poor condition owing to the dry I Is Not For You and the invalid a* taught In the i t --- ' DINING ROOM I I

weather. Setback In stand and I American, ,Red Cross program of .}

growth promises. light yields in :Youwant your owruln he same Home Hygiene and Care ot the NEW !

1931. The important western district way, insist on having your own Sick. reachej 8S.415 students during I.L

increased new plantings tor reliable, tried out remedy for tbe year. The courses alllD'meal CAFKTEHIA: t

next year's harvest but lost majority torpid liver,biliousnessand constipation "with sanitation In the borne care tI

of new plants durlutc' the!: -Carter's Little Lfver of infants and childrenand\ allied ,I

drought.; Taking an average of all Pills. Take Carter's and stir up topics. They reach men and Serving you at Thin IIII.I.SHOItO 1* a pleasure

beds, old and new, barely 50 per the two pounds of bile that women through Industrial and organization
coat of the plant seem likely to i classes and boys aDd SKINNER \ "
cleanses the whole system. L. B. c. J, JACKSON
girls through school
classes and
I i Red bottles. Any drug store. '
J "Louisiana: Young plants are are sponsored by Red Cross Chap- President Manager ,
'" r I Take Carter's.i ,
llq+c.r- not as plentiful a* usual In the .. te... ;
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I-AOK FOUR __ _ _ _,_ -". - .-" -- ., .. - - -
_. ,.. -' ---.---= .-- -- .- ----- --, m' dolls dressed as witches for get- thirtdeclaredrlday '. ,
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--- -- - : 'Co'I I
; ;Dd:1; : std a
matter between you II ting the bat nearest In place. Next IDbPIRCCIT

You have sworn here that you will KEYSTONE UEIGHT.MIM LAWTBYJIr mock oranitea were tossed ,and the -- ..

keep secret everything which I Is j .. Helm OKd''., c.... I .. 1''). B. Bonier* Car.- two catching the most were given 'til't'- ;: :

said in the grand jury room. This I prizes. At last all on their kneesIn SRX'I' \\JoU: ,hhawNlC

ociety oath means, gentlemen, .exaclly!! I, Mrs, George Skinner, daughte: ,! The Epworth League entertain a semicircle caught 'apples as ._
what it The transaction rolled in their" direction. No cases ,,
says. W"I
were '
Hallow they > ''
with a '??1
+ evening this
wh'cb! take place before your body ,: Gaywood. add, eon, Morris I II ed Friday club house. There were prizes for the two who at the regular tai' set
the arm
should be kept secret so long; as I I Waupaca, Wis.. '.pent a few daya e'en party at 'lnd< pckJ up the greatest number, cult court on ar ,IIIDt,, or of elr

OKWOMAN'S you live, even though you sboul I with friend; in Keystone. Height A color scheme of yellow :fier which the children all went of the attorney.. 11, ,m, swap
MKM11KKS:: decorations -
CIHCM t : MKKTINO8: NOTICE TO CLt'llThe live to be ten thousand years Old'i before going to Eustls where thay black was carried' out In ,evening home, each one receiving a favor betoret the pardoiuiK: board bOIlDfo

OFTHEW.M.S. : - unless you are required to dl i will spend the winter. Mrs. Skitnev and during several thy garnet as they departed. ,. TMlsa Ing In Tallahaase. this .ID:
the same by some court'of comp< 1 the1 guests played Judge Adkfns
Peek club meeting has and fim'lty spent refreshmentwere Reba Maxwell was a week- exrnterl tbe
The Harriet Circle of lhWoman's regular You will s_ after which delicious kt
Jurors until I
tent jurisdiction. and made a host e of I Mono,
aU Keystone visitor here.
Society of been called at 2:30 o'clock so The Invited guest end 1'\01' ltth
Missionary served.
t met Monda business can be fln! bed befor from that that you have swor friends here wno will sincerely'rgret <- Dolly Dlnklns, Ab Mrs. Lee Cotton and baby werevisitors and the grand jut)' '. ,", fUll, fUD'
the Methodist church : that whatever any witness test : were! Misses tlonlng '
''R the the at 3 o'clock: All members their absence this winter. Reddish, Beatrice at the home of Mr. and u">raoa .
afternoon, at three-thirty at ties you will always keep seers Lawrenci' his Harley, Gladys No bills were .
I Mr1 and' 'Mrs. Ray' Dlnklns. ,
urged to be present, and Kathleen Mrs. Charles "l1lrnpd |In
Jj home of Dr. and Mrs. E. L. Blggg, This oath further says: "Yo Thursday In' Galne vllllt. Miner, Arthurlne of Fort Myers' Is vis- cases of Charlie Mer,.,. vu
Ad 4 spent Jea- Mrs. Blount i E >E
A. Z. Leola Fogg
, with Mrs. Biggs! and Mrs. man for Blanchard
shall no envy;
4 present Thun borough Charlie
The dance at the pavilion her mother Mrs. Pierce. Powell i)
W. M. U. CIRCLKMMKKT Dorothy Sapp, iting ocolol'etl
a'' "kins as joint: hostesses. UAITIHT. hatred or malice;. neither shall you day was a1 very successful! and sle Lee Dowling, Whitehead, Mr. Charles 11111 was a visitor and Tan Ellerson ,>, au
The lesson study was ( tor, Louise Thede, Eunice
' leave any man unpresented There was a vet True bills returned
| pleasant : here the 'home of Mr. *by the
'm' by Mrs. J. T, Guy, after which the< love, fear, favor affection, rewar the pavlllo and Reba Maxwell of HamptonMrs. Jury Wednesday ra''
1 circles of the Baptist W. good attendance and, Mrs. J. R. and Mrs. L. H. Hill. were
The and
circle leader, Mrs. E, K. Perry or the hope thereof" That mean In' O. W. Roberts Ernest
decorated truHallowe'en Rauleraon,
.i, man, conducted a short buslnem M. U., will meet Monday after you may have a friend a person was attractively Shuford; Messrs. Hallie Japes, Mr. and Mrs. C. V, Mayo, and assault. Plead IKgrn81

'I i session. During the social period noon at 3 o'clock' in the following whom you like, 'but. If you know The style. of the Height Howard Miner, bill! Harrell, Vernon children of T.mpa.were week-end set for Monday, not gmit> Trlh
Mrs J. W. Andrews., Jr., sang i a homes. : of ;your knowledge that he hal Friday Rowe. Lawrence Dlnklns, SI, guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs Elbert Jenkins,
Circle No. 1-Mrs. C. A. Knlghl' enjoyed a treasure hunt J. H. Moore. assault with i It,
of and the bbstessei Keith Harrell Pet
: group deliberately violated the law, or Clair Harley, tent to murder
'HI Noi
night and i( was a jolly
No.2-Mr. Lucy R. Thede arraigned
light refreshments. Reddish. Edwlt To Mrs. 0
nerved the V.
he Is charged wUh violating Burney A'
stor account of
started'frorn < .
being ,
that the drug a ,
met at Circle No. 3-Mrs. Ray NewsomVANDERBILT | afternoon with a surprise mmm' and
The Noble White ,Circle law and you know the charge to be where the first'' clue was found, to rode, Harmon Kelley New, River, Thursday ent not present. M!
of Mr. and Mrs. J. H of Gainesville party honoring her daughterGutlda
" the true and you fall to report tbe find the "burled treasure." The and Eugene Vining Theodore

'I! Bitch, with Mrs. Rltch and Mrs. J.f case to your body* then ;you become remainder of the clues were hidden 1 Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Reddish and Marie, and Van Barney's, woods Not Box setting firs| t
hostesses. The circle of Mt birthdays. Decorations: ,carriedout arraign( d on accou
f V. Colley as a greater criminal than he Is to baby were week-end guests c
obscure of
In the places
meat being a minor
' leader, Mrs. W. B Parks, presided and have violated that portion oyour and Mrs. V. R. Reddish. the Hallowe'en colors and
Roll Norman, Cor. be found c on>> the Heights.! The [ O. L. Sapp, reiving
C .
meeting rna centered
the business of. > hand concerts. The table was stole|
over oath. On the ,
has returned '
treasure, a box .ot. andy, was dU- Miss Geneva Hodges property..
'i' Mrs. W. O. Halle acted as sec with two lighted birthday cakes,
and have living In after
you may someone the In Jacksonville, -
covered by Mz:. Russell Hall at to her home : -4---
I)' retary. It was'derided to send a Normal neighborhood whom dislike '' and, ,favor, Iwere'candly .dolls -
; Mr. and Mrs. F. M. I your you pavilion where doughnuts and coffee -; a visit herewith. Mr: and Mrs
of representatives to Jack during the afternoon were W. B. 1HYNKS: : ! number with Mr and and and you would like to' do games
Sunday ,
spent some of the Paul Dlnfclna.
4 by '
.i:'t sonville to attend the W. M. S. District Corinth. something humiliate him or his )were' sere played after which Mrs. Thede assisted --
Mrs Bob Halslop of TemaindeYgt the eve Mr. H. U Chafln of High Spring i' I
ladles The. The
meeting which was to be held ; by Mrs. L. H. Hill, Mrs. body of Wm, B Haym
Misses, Rachel !''I IIco);, Connl< fatally before,the 'public, and yoi nJng was ;pent at, the! pavtllo: pastor of the Baptist church here, ,
at Riverside Park 'church.. Mrs. Belle Nor might cause some false charge to hen I Chandler and Mrs. George Anderson Sr.. of Fitzgerald Ga, former fell,
: and Carra
McOauley dancing: :.T 6se ;who, took part 1 In filled his regular appointment : '
dent 'of Starke
1 L. C. Ray led In the lesson study,, served delicious punch and was brought
the week-enc be Investigated before your_ body; t
man of Starke spent , the bunt were! Mr; and Mrs.,, Rui' Sunday." i :
which was a chapter on Spiritual tUe time that he 6as ( cake. :Thirty-five young friendsof Hampton Wednesday for burl
Pearl John knowing at
\ "* 'at Graham wth Miss sell Hall,..Mrs.; Mable Martin Mre Mr. and Mrs Roberts DInklni i r death
i ventures.. '' lo.n.'. not violated the law, and doing. 80 Marian Robinson, Misses Oertrud' were visitors here Sunday at the the honored guest.. were Invitedto I occurring Monday folio*

,'''I" Hamilton: The poiitesses Rttch''dnd, asaigted'16y vMlin : ElolseRitch Mrs. I I'If' ':, i. Mf.,and Mr*., George Anderson only that you mlgtltji) !¨ll.ate, Houser Helen Lawrence,' . home of Mr. and Mrs" CharleiDlnklns. ,enjoy the affair. ; an Haynes attack will 'be of Influenza II

with Mr him. If you do that th8B"J'01l.have he rememberedolder
of Ralford, spent Sunday ,Mrs Ella Bird returned to .,
'1 served dainty light refresh and Mrs';R. M. Alvarez. violated this oath that you, gentlemen home In' Keystone Heights Friday\ Mrs.'' D. U. Sapp entertained ai. MISTRIAL IN, ROBBERY. CASE' citizens of the county, rind

: .. ments. There were thirty women Mary and Mildred have taken; not only lath< ' Nov -- ing In Starke for many years' ant
Misses Candacy, after 'ppendl. lJIg. two months will! her home Saturday afternoon '
.1'' the meeting of Senator B. M.'Johns Wed- going to Fitzgerald.
at spent Funeral
,< In attendance: Wll of. this court; but In thi brother
and presence Cleo'isixth
Alvarez her
friends:and relative's \n Pennsyl 1. In honor of daughter, '
; Thursday and vices held in
nesday. Friday In were Hampton
! the circles. the' Hallowe'er of your god, and it ls be Wet!
I Ham,; attended, presence ," vania and Michigan. birthday. After playing sex .
, Lake City defending Bob Eunice; pallbearers
party Friday night at Mr. McCormIck' tween you and your God to adjus Mrs. J., H. Lawrence, daughte; eral games, among them a contesi
Ing railway associates
Herbert Taylor and Cecil Cobbof of the
i V.
.. that.The Ifelen, and-MIns ,Gertrude'Houserspent , pinning on the pumpkin stem, th< Sanderson who'were charged' ceased accompanying the
< J. ---- Miss Gertie Johnson and brother I little Miss Annie bod
oath says further, "bu Saturday \in Jacksonvllli prize was won by -
from his
of the W, with with A deadly home
The regular meeting " highway robbery
.' Fred of Graham, Misses MurIel shall present things truly all they; shopping.\ ., Catherine Galloway. In the
T,. Weeks Chapter of the U, .D. C,. "t ', .J, weapon on Roy., Chapman, a I -
i and Rachel Silcox of Starke, come to your knowledge accordIng '- Mr, and 1II.r't B. R. Weld drove bean guessing content, the prize ,

+ was held on Wednesday afternoon attended Wateroak B. Y. P. V. to the best of your understandIng to Jacksonville, Saturday. : was won by little Miss Gene Ed prominent attorney of Lake City -
Ji. of Mrs. W. L. Wall, and Mrs Lelia Dopson Keen. The
home ;
at the Sunday night. ; so help you God." I hope yot On' and Mrs. E. D. wards. The little folks were Invited H.: E. LAGERGREN

,,, with Mrs. Wall, Mrs Joe Wilson, Miss Teresa Bennett t Corinth, will keep that oath In mind. Mowry, Mr, vnd! Mrs, W;;II. Ogdei into the dining'room, where case was'prosecuted by"1Ion. J. H.
Brownlee and Mrs. R Kelley, states attorney,'Fred Cone
: Mrs M. ,
t spent the week-end with Mlssei dinner giieuts l of Mr. and Mrs. refreshments wereiBenred.The :
Under the law, gentlemen It were .. Gllleu and' Surveying Leveling
Judge Guy
> Weeks hostesses Roy Chapman -
A. as ''J ,
I Edith and Ida Mae Conner takes to make C. H.: Clark. ; members or the Junlci
eighteen men t a
: The* rooms were prettily deco and defendants were repre-
r I Mr. Bert TerreJl'blll'slsfer( Mrs: League'' enjoyed a Hallowe'en
rated with vases and bowls of CIIAIIOU TO THE UllAM JfRI grand jury. It requres fifteen of sented by Senator E. M.: Johns and Mapping, Ornamental
Bakely and Mr; and Mrs. Merrltl party Friday afternoon at the
your number to be present befon :
chrysanthemums and olhei Hon. J. B. Hodges of Lake City.
roses of Conneaut L'k'\ Pa., are In MrTerrill's home of their superintendent Mist
function If less than Garden Designs
1.) you can
Continued from
i fall flowers, ( page boe' This was one of the most hotly
Lawrence Boulevard Enza Blanchard. The house wa
president Mrs. A, M. Darby] I fifteen men are present, you cannot ontested: cases tried in Columbia
The not afford to pay.taxes on this open act. The law gives you thstate's for the winter. appropriately decorated with cut Starke Fla.
pros'ded.! She appointed the following county The jury failed to agree ,
Mrs. F: W. Stewart and Miss flower, French marigolds, and can .... .
standing/ committees: woods land. Another reason gentlemen attorney as your legal ad and were discharged at eleven- I In - -----
Katherine' Bowie, 'of Montreal, dles. The shades were drawn,,
visor. You can call on him to have<
Music Mlse Ethel OrHnn, Mrs why you should pay closi .
\ such witnesses summoned before Canada, are guests at the Inn. Mrs giving a weird light when they ar - -
%, 10.( K, Perryman; attention to this crime of petit! I Stewart" Is a sister-in-law of Mr rived thty were ushered to the
lie ,
body fit.
your as you see may
Joe Wilson, Mrs
+' Cemetery, Mrs. J. M Brownlee, larceny; a person will steal, we I swear the witnesses and Inquire of D. O. Stewart. dining ,room, where they feastedon RADIO REPAIRING

W. L. Wall. Mrs. Miss 'AraelliRay. will say, a load of wood and gel them, and he will furnish you the Friends of Mr*. Wm. Pierce arc sandwiches, doughnuts. and :
t E. Brqwnlee
t Mrs. S. by with It; next he will be> stealIng -I law relative lot' any matter you very to sorry of his serious illnest cocoa.

t cross-ties and getting by with gentlemen may require. Youi and are hoping for his speedy re They were then taken to the ALL MAKESSmith's '
s Mrs J, W. Andrews,
Finance, '
It! ; next he will be stealing chick. foreman may also swear the witnesses covery. living room and were entertained I

r Jr.. Mrs. O. L. Betaley, Mrs. A. Z, enniiiid getting by with it; the as they come before your i 1.! .' with, pinning a hat on the witch. Station
'" Adklns. next thing he will be stealing ecovr Two little girls received small Service
them. You
body, and Inquire of
W.. O. Halle.Mrs. I
Publicity, Mrs. I .. .. ..
and getting by with It;; then I '
should select member of
.' A. M., Darby, Mrs. L. H. "? a your
an automobile and he will get bj GR2ItIIAM'Mr "
Hill and Miss Amelia, Ray were bodY'as clerk, whose duty It shall Authorized DealerWestinghouse
with It then he will get out as a
; be I'
:; ; appointed delegates to the general to keep a list of the witnesses
highway robber and take a gunand'
convention In Ashevllle; N. C., Nov. who appepar before your body; Radios
.; ;'. hold somebody up and kill and, when you shall have adjurn- and ''Mrs. ''Wesley of Jacksonville -

t. .: 18. two' Interesting hat person If he resists him. Then I ed, to return that list to the court were visiting friends and

,. 1. Lois Long gave we have not only lost the life of I The reason this should be done Is relatives here Saturday. _____ .5

i; readings.The hostesses Served delicious a good citizen but have a person that the state pays the expenses Mrs. R, M. Johnson was In The

fF ; to try for murder; whereas, If he 3f the and Starke Thursday afternoon. .
salad and hot tea. grand jury the witnesses 7
'J chicken .
"t lad been convicted of his first lar'eny
; ,: The followng ladles enjoyed before it; and the county l Is We are glad to report' that Mr.

.: this meeting Mrs. W It). Torode, of chickens or cross-ties or responsible for the petit jury. A. O. Brown Is Imprdvfng In after
oad of wood he would have had a Now In the investigation of being confined! to'his! home. FORDBATTERY
I'' c Mrs. L. H. nut! and Mrs. Miner of ,
I esson that It !. wrong to steal heae: minor matters to which Misses Pearl' Johnson and Carra
f. Lawtey, Mrs L. A. Davis, ,Mrs. O. .I
C. White, Mrs.: E. K. Perryman, and would not have committed have called your attention it Is Delia Norman "nt" Vanderbilt and

Mrs. J. M. Mitchell, Idra...A. Z. urther crimes. I hope you, gen- true that you do not have the right Hisses' Rachel" cox and Connie Starke Hardware & Furniture
lemon will close attention to '
'. ,Adklns. Mrs O. I.. Baailey, Mrs.J. and make close pay to Indict these niisdeameanor HcOauley of Starke were week-end
Investigation of
M. Brownlee, Mrs. Joe Wilson, aces: : such as the' violation of tuests; of Miss tiertle'Johnson.Mr. \
Mrs. H. C. Wall,. Mrs. T. B. Mas- thoee.thing. I. am calling to ..your the fish and game law and the prohibition Taylor' and' Miss' Letha

i Ale. Mrs. 'W L. 'Wall Mrs W. O. ,Uentlon law and the child labor ;Crawford of, Baldwin{ re"vlslt-

Halle, Miss Amelia Ray and Miss The law, requires that the court law, but you can report them !and ng Mr.,:and'' Mrs' :'i)'. 0" !;Brown" ," Sun- Company

'Madge Middleton. hall charge each grand" jury to he state's attorney; : has the righto ,.lay. ; "
nvestlgate! violations of the Belle Earns its Cost .
pro- Petty'
i *- . file Information and place them Mrs. Ada Homer-
-- ;
ilMtlon law; to Investigate vlo- efore the county' judge who hat rllle, Georgia, is' spending a while

flEW AJJI 80 CLTJH 0& "S""; *. latlltllli *ef ,what Is known as the Jurisdiction to try such cases.I with: her. mother, Mrs, -Martha -*' i .

ENTERTAINED Gild labor law; and to J Investigate} !! think gentlemen, that is all 'adgett.Messrs..

I'' ,-tilled with colorful violations of what Is known as the I have to say to you this morning, Fate b.'own''and Floyd and Over We' want to thank'the people

Bowls and vases effectively Ish and game laws Also, gentle 'vlth these these! closing remarks} Crosby' were visiting" friends.. here T I 1 -
: marigolds were .. :
It Is duty to investigate Saturday night. [I.
officeholders of this
your The countyome 1 d'
used by Miss Madge Mlddleton'when specially this stealing.It from the citizenship of this .....Mr.J'and.R.. M.<,Johnson;and son'', .h of Bradford 'county for' :their

evening at her home ...
Tuesday a
will be time to begin to elected 'Fred were attending to1 business ONLY '-'" ** '
members .of the loon ounty; they are by the .. ...: a "
"she' 'entertained uni'the woods. This woods land, teople. The people of this county, In.. Starke'Monday, '

Sew and So Club IJUave just remarked to\ you, eluding, you gentlemen who Mr, and Mm.,'Ttftb' ,Mills'l and : ?" , t., i'\ splendid patronage the paston.

: An enjoyable (time ,was had by II netMraluable except tot' theY timer eom oRe the grand jury,' expert emil I!? Were visiting..'retafvee"in''' : ,1 .,$7O \ .' .' ,' -

the guests and'at.; a, Mite hour;the b Mat |I. on It.: It IS ft Violation he Vhic.he8t efficiency> : from ,youVilHceholders. Jrooker'Sunday,. ,' : ""w :..' '. seas . '' ".
served a tempting. salad A., '. .... .. .. .. .
hostess '
arid 'sister .
1: :! of law to burn the'woods and burn,. These officeholders Mr./ Fred Jobnsorf , ', Si ** ? -

.course, I up this young timber. It Is a vho coutp4.e the judiciary come lertle, attends; B.' Y, .p, U. at : '1 .... .

Those present were: Mrs. T. T. lolatlon of law 'to let out Are' ex- rope I the citizenship of,this' c-oun-' Vanderbllt Sunday-night. : PRICED at $7.50 (with : We realize our success' has
-1>. I Carpenter, Mrs : ,
Long, Mrs. p. ept at certain.season of_the'yearnd IL'tbe; citizenship out of, which ,Uev/t Walnwrlght 11I1IId'I1I1. reg- I ,* 01 ft-f'if \,
B. S. Carrol.| Miss Mln. nber. if ilar appointment, ak,tb.'Christian! '. .
then U Is lawful only the you, gentlemen, come and are now **

", Miles Eunice Perkins;' Miss Blanche Miss eraou so burning the woods.. notliea a part of.thls court, except and demand hurch'Sutt
Alderman.- Mini/ Ethel Griffin, bill neighbors who own landst the highest 'and'' most .... ,t. "u. ', ,i t ... 4 .... '

;Florence Matthews, Miss Betty ,the time:at which and' where eft\ lent service from"your 'Judtc* 'the .V, .: '//Po'
Miss hazel Mid- I battery) Ford 13- .
and .
Chamberlin xiiic
he intends to burn the woods. ary officers. May your officers, HAMPTON: . eration. I I Ii

i"' dleton. There Is no charge.gentlemen, judiciary officer,
specially your '
1 ,. e n i iJUKTirUAY Miss Ad"C--o) .C... ,
hat, I could give you which Is expect and receive that same high plate, battery more than ; "
+. PARTY '
i, more lit than the oath which has Icgres of service and efficiency . I

from oat been administered to you by rom you who"make up the grand C. \i,Blrt and family were the I
Last Saturday afternoon nests of-Mr.' BJrt','. ,rather, Win. for Itself in long and ,
Misses he clerk of this court. I am gong jury and who are now the jnost [ : pays
', 3:30: to 5:00: o'clock. DIrt of Alachll&'-eQani7 ,Jaat,Sun- C .
Thomas to make more remarks upon mportant part of this court. ,
Powell and Clarice
Ruth .
.' fourth birthdayswith this oath as I read it. to you, and You may retire. lay. reliable service. '

celebrated their home of Mrs. I trust you will bear it In mind: Mr. and MrsI\ Phillips of Lake We now can give attractive
at the
a party I Sutler visited'..MrPhllllpe, par-
You, as grand Jurors for the body *
C. J. Powell on Laura: street, JUMOK WOODMEN: CIRCLE.
; of this county of Bradford do solimly ints. Mr. and Mrs. O. Haynes this t '

\w' mother of the former and autumnflowers swear that you will dlllgenty reek. Built .for the heavy demands 'prices' on SYRUP CANS,

Hallowe'en colors Inquire and true presentment Mr.. and Mrs. Chaste Weeks of .
i' used In
were occasion. make of such matters and things The Starke Junior Circle No. Sileld Facksonvllte.i arer visiting' Mr.Veeks" of cold-weather LARD CANS-and on any
u; the home for this happy i
1 t Indoor were enjoyed by is shall be given you In charge. Ita Us regular meeting Tues- slater.* Mrs. Elsie Spark-
games -
The counsel of the state of FlorIda day evening at four o'clock In the, nan !t' -
:, the little!! guests until 4:30: o'clock of Waldo, ; HARDWARE F U R N I-
with cake were your fellows, and your own Woodmen hall. Rev. startln.g Fully guaranteed or
t when Ice cream .
served by the honoree's' mother, you shall keep secret unless re- Nearly every officer was present reached tat Metbodiet church -\ *

lured to disclose the same by and a good meeting was enjoyedy sat Sunday w '
'r, Mrs Povfell and Mrs.. TbomasiLollypops Let' us install one TURE need.
given each as faTwenty lome competent court." It has > all. J. I. Tacker Has recently re- you may
been> a great habit, gentlemen, for Plans are long! forward for the urned i to his home here after ,

torI.t guests enjoyed rand: jurors heretofore In this urchaslng of Junior regalia which pending a few days In Macots.'0a; in! ,, now.J.W.Andrews. " .

t young court to go out and tell the law- will be of much credit to Slacks Mr.'and Urs.<'Wd O. Bennett of

i." .be jolly party.. ere and people of the transac- union, and It is hoped that lawthorn:have recently been vis- Starke Hardware &FurnitureCompany

{ MKKTH: : ions that had taken place before Starke will be on the map and be ting here. *i

4 S "f4T. he grand jury. In other words well represented at our state con.'ention A. J. Wilson ind family of Key-

The St, Marks Auxiliary held before the grand Jury had reported In March' itone Helght*vlslted' Mrs. Wll- Jr.

their regular business meeting a true bill or a no bill, the It is hoped that every junior and lon'e moth.rr"TheHampton, ,

Monday afternoon at the home of ubllc knew what had been done. ifflcer will be present at our next basketball teams STARKE, FLORIDA

Mrs. J. M. Alvarei with the 'preslq It hall been reported as to what nesting as plans will be discussed played the Broeker teams ,on the

dent, Mrs. Edward Burns In tad been the testimony of certain for another joint meeting with Hampton court last ,Friday. The Phone':118

q, charge There will be no program witnesses who have gone before Gainesville Juniors, also the time .Iris' ,tied '-6, The 'boys' score

meeting this month on account of he grand jury; and I want to sayo for election of new officers for the rae 11-8 In favor Hampton.

the diocese .meeting. In Gaines you, gentlemen, that If you see coming year 1931. will b* dls- ikllltul plaJ'lnc-.waa seen on both.

1 yule fit' to do that, go ahead. It Ie a :used Ides, and all played well.


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Mrs. D. P. Carpenter and Mr. and' OKOIIOIC A. (,CHAL.KEK 811., DIKHJacksonville. then, eight of whom survive her. r. -

Mrs T. T. Long. There were six girls two of whom

1'p Oct '31.,Funtral have5; gone before and four boys.

oTNCV Mrs. F, A..: S.+eelY, Mrs. O. A. services for George A. Chalker The children are George W. Baxter Nat Sternfcerg Sez: .
Hortense Ga. Mrs. Lizzie Andrew -
Stansbury and Miss Edna Slant- Sr., 62. postmaster Mlddleburg ,
and a charter member pf .the chapter and William W, Baxter of
bury motored to Gainesville Tuesday of the Alpha Tail Omega fra- Jacksonville Mrs. W. A. Tlllls, of I There never wa an article of merchan- '

afternoon to vlsjt! Mrs. Nellla ternity at the University of Florida Lakeland, Mrs. A. :J.: Plnholster, dice sold that Tome manufacturer couldn't '

JaDC&lTits Flnley who Is confined in the Ala- will be held atl'10 o'clock this Mr*. L. R, Gainey, J. D. and Sam-I' make It up sorry and sell it for I ells. My .

I chua hospital. morning from, blahomtja Middle- uel W. Baxter of Brooker. .i
and aim is to sell you the best for less I I
burg also survived by two brothers I

Concerning Our People Business and. Prof and Mrs. S. S. Dowling and Mr. Chalker ,wa; B. Dative of two sisters, Mr, T. E. Sullivan and can prove it. ,. ,

Progr*** of the County and Town. daughter Nettle, left.Thursday for Mlddleburg and lveii} )'UJCf<*,All ,his Mrs Nancy Lang, Ludowici, Ga., .

Tallahassee, being called there on life. He had served ,,as postmaster Mr. J. N. Sullivan, Savannah Ga., f - '

account of the serious Illness ot Mrs; Janie Burton, Blackshear,
for 36 years.1 .?! was a member
___oo__=_=c:.:>""' ...LJLJL......... Mrs. Dowling's aunt, Mr. Delia Mlddleburg' Lodge..No.. 197 Ga. Besides! these a host of grandchildren Onxllllosiery Friendly S Shoes

EITHER REPORT Mr E. E. Lubin of! Jacksonville, Switzer F, and".A.. Jacksonville, Chapter ', great grand children and 1
Suarnnlorcl Quality The best in the world for
was guest of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ed- No, 12, Royal Arch,. Masons.Dajnaseua other relatives and friends.
I The Hallowe'en party given bjr Commandery, ,Nou. :2 Rev. '::S. L, Norris of Lacrosseconducted '.

ending November 4th, wards Tuesday : the P. T. A. at the Armory Friday Knights. Templar., and Morocco the funeral services at $1.00 $1.35, $l.50a: $5.00

lit, by Starke branch..U.: S. For- I evening was well attended. A Temple of 4h, Shrine(, : .. 1ft o'clock Sunday morning' at the .

t Service . Mrs. T.iJ.; Griffin and Miss An- splendid program was rendered, Surviving him are his ,widow, Brooker Baptist church. She was I

"Max Win Preclp. nie Darby were shopping In Jacksonville 'and prizes awarded four best cos- Mrs. Mary >.A, Chalker; ,two eons laid to rest at Dedan cemetery. ,

Date, Monday. tumes. A nice sum of money was Charles W. and George A. .Jr.-,bis Pallbearers were: L. A.' Brown, M. W. I... 'Douglas Shoes

23 77 62 .88 i realised for the P. T. A. I mother and six atsters. O. Harrell, Wallace Crews, 0. B. I

t 30 73 57 *- Col. D. E. Knight) made a pro- ,, Mlddleburg Lodge,. No. 107 F. Colson, L. R Waters and W. HHarrell. 1 Tile Old Reliable r'r'"r.1

t. 31 62 41 fessional business trip to Tallahas- Miss Pearl Jordan, Miss Minnie and A. M., will ,.conduct the ser Funeral arrangementsIn

,t r't 62 36 s Tuesday' Gruber, Miss Ethel Griffin Miss vices this morning. Moulton and charge 'of DeWItt C. Jones of $5, $6, $7, $8

., 63 40 y- Blanche Alderman Miss MadgMlddleton. ; Kyle have charge'", pf the', arrange: Starke. -- .

1. ; 60 53 T.Er Mrs. LeRoy Joyner of Jacksonville Miss Hazel Middleton meats r,,' "The family cam to Brooker,

r. 63 ."r 36 ,and Dr. Holland attended the .. , Bradford county, Florida, 48 years
, 4 is the guest of Mrs. J. M. ..aANNOI'NCING J-; - - '--
; for' week .68 I n. Florida-Georgia football game in ago and have resided here ever
Il-otal Mitchell this week. tl'CWY"Pl'RCILIME
Savannah, Ga.,, Saturday. since. Mrs. Baxter was a gentle, Peter's Shoes Ladles Coats

at Klc'kllter'a./ ., . Peter's Gun Shells.:. Get our --- :.. .,.. ._:."tI- kind and loving mother and friend, 1. ALL LEATHER The newest styles 'I .
shells .P' '
[ Gun "' .prices before. 'bnying.' Smith's Service Df.: 'A, H., C, Burglo, presiding "The Boons Dick Sales' to., 'Ire and was held in great- 'esteem by' for women and children

"v Station. 10-31-Bt. elder of the Jacksonville District, all who knew her; $11.95 to $2730
I ready to show the brand new $135 to $5.95
I Mr and Mrs'C1. N. Shag ,otTOokel' will bold the last quarterly conference ypu back''trdmmarket The community and Bradford
brought .
were in Starke! Monday. Mr". It of the year next, Sunday afternoon 'I county! extend their heartfelt sym-. .
and Mrs. C. Wall were In antiou'ncfnjK<< thla'bhlestarling
n, r i. \ guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. IX at four-thirty at th. today.; Mr.Mi: Dick"RRYst pithy: tot the bereaved ,familY.riM. ,'Don't be m' l<-"
I Mr. L. A. Davis-was a business Granger... In Waldo. .. Sunday.. Methodist church. All church. "We bought at Just' Vhe right'tln\S" Let's all sn to w a.f a
members urged to be '
liitor In GMnewIlle, Tuesday,,..,, ; present. "::""at' Just,the rlgh(,place'. ?-:-and the : ro<>- *."..
., .. > 1 '. Col.'l: and Mrs. J. L, Frazee spent The Woman's Missionary- So- values are ''amazing.' That'" Why FJL5SSTERNBERG[ '" S .......k.1t. by ......

Mrs. O. L. Beasley''and Mrs. O.'J. Sunday and Monday' .. Titusvllle ciety of the Methodist church will we're calling'. '"thl" ..*,*11"oil?.. Lucky'Piir-- ..hR... ea eatllbLK at "
riffln'visited Tuesday, and Gainesville chase Sale. ..
Hampton ....
next ,
observe the week of
I, 'You'lf'l be'TucftV"people.If p? ou. "itacid' 'Mr Ervln Padgett, ,
'Mrs, :: .Davisland children Monday,and Tuesday afternoons rae dressed I' l. . -- "
R. J. b if/ry' In nd' e\\ ui'taehioua : : --
Mr.: E. J. Dosler'of Gainesville; at 3:30.: at the church;: also Wed- J Ma'xvllle, 'daughter; October 31st d,
returned Saturdyay from.')sckson- Iy'eucoiiomfcalt?,, InnewVsPlhiWw arid Otis Morgan, Wa-
u in Starke Tuesday nesday evening) at seven-thirty. Mr Mrs; "
. vllel after a visit with Mrs. Davis' the very } could 'STEAM PRESSING COMPANY
The offering will be for the Cuban t ro k'sol1, October 30th.
Cabbage and onion plants.-J. F. mother, Mrs. Ida, Wells* Tatum.. missions find ,on our }buVlniTttlpV\ :. You'llbe' 'Mr. and Mrs. A. D, Hinson, Pen SUITS CLEANED, PRESSED AND RESIIAPEDJ.
lucky jeoplerplo'jbrlghten
Jckllter, Farms, son. October 30th.
Have you ,seen .the good 1.00 h'omea'wlrn' 'materials l
the tppw II. Woods.Lswtey Frank Thoman-Phone 52
-- The Baptist ministers ot Mr. and Mrs. P. .
full fashioned hose at Stump's? decorative"novelties'we discovered '
Mr. and Mrs. :J.: T. Qulgley spent New River .Association" are invited -, and son, Nov. 1st.
buraday In Jacksonville Remember' they. 'are guaranteedtoo. to an all-day meeting In Starka at market 1 r You'll be Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence C. Clemon Citrus Fruit11ovement Tallahassee Actual work
. lucky people to'iln, prices like started on surveying and laying;
Monday,_ No' lOtht Rev T. V. *. Wateroak.; son Nov. 6h.
Col.! D. ,K-' Knight attended. 100 McCaul of Gainesville Is invited to these on\ ,merchandise' so- new. .and. Mr. +and Mrs H. B. Crosby, out new athletic field at Florida

urt In Orlando Monday; Fine new line of sweaters, be,with uaand, tell us of-his+- trip Interesting, \ !: M'jpl ". Brooker, 'daughter, Nov. 6th. By' State, College for Women!
percent wool, all sizes: ,.;colors, at "We made a lutRy/: purchase-at .
to Palestlntn and assist us In the
J M. Alvarez Look this line over marketYouh making lota Truck Allowed
if. be
:Mr: E. H. Q. discussions ofour southwlde work HTORKH! ,TO CLOSE

'ill were In Jacksonville_ Monday. before buying. and IU'4IdG. P. Raymond.. of ,}hematfbGET.SIILh, pick's L 'j' -- >I'iNTIIez >

We the undersigned, will close flJtl
;> Mollification\ ot Quarantine Il<-RUlitfloim -
Mr. and Mrs. Will Tuten and ( '
Beautiful line of Gossard girdles Among those attending the : : MtyYKMKNT:: FROM our places' of business at 12:00: Announced In ; FORMS

nd combinations at Stump's. daughter Mr. and of Mrs.Archer Sam were Anderson guests for of Starke-St. Augustine football game J..mllj.IN..\G'. VOLVMK o'clock noon, on Npvember lltl \\.....hlllite 011. ,

Saturday were: Mrs. C. A, Knight (Armistice! Day) and same will remain -

Mre, R. 8.' Fernandez and Mrs. the. week-end. Miss Lena Belle Shepard. Mr and, Jacksonville, Flu, Oct.. 31.-The closed for the remainder of Washington Nov., 3.-Modification -

H. Fields spent Wednesday in Mrs C. A. Futch, Mrs. G. M. Sis- vegetable movement I is gaining the day: of the Mediterranean fruit
Mrs. F. W. Rosser returned
oIfk onv lIIe. 'Monday after spending a month trunk Cyrus Siatrunk, Mr. and considerable volume and although M-C Store, J. A. Saul, Manager, fly quarantine to permit the transportation d1 X

Mrs. IT. C. Wall, Mrs. E. M. Johns the movement copalst principallyof City Barber Shop, The Qnaltty of certified citrus and
with her sister Mrs. Boree of
C S. Kelly off the. Brooker seeon Mrs. R. F. Demorent, Mrs. J. C. beans, cucumbers and peppers, Store, J. M. Alvarez, Mrs. E. K other fruits from regulated areasIn
West Palm Beach r
was a.' business. -visitor .to !" ; Robinson, Mrs. O. L, Haynes, Lula these ,three products are going Canova, J. E. Corpenlng. Starke Florida by motor truck and oth. F 4
larke Monday. Redgraves, Mary Brownlee, Sarah out In appreciable quantities. The Hardware & Furniture Company, road vehicle was announced -t
Eunice and er
Mrs. Canova daughter
Hope Haynes Georgie Catherine recent cold a1'l freeze In the Evans Foods Store, D. C. Jones, '
by the Department of Agri
Miss visited today
Mary Canova,
Senator E. M. John spent Thursjy northern suctions has created a
Haynes Jean Laird Mr. and Mn. J. F. ,Klckllter, Three Friends

and Friday in Tallahassee be- Mrs. F. A. Canova In Gainesville Laird Prof. S. 8. Dowling Miss demand for fresh,.vegetables from Barber Shop, L. A. Mead J, & R. culture.The modification will become

ore the Male bba t'of -pardons.: Sunday. Florida. Store, N., Sternberg F F. ,
Ruth Sternberg, Miss Leila Dea Stump effective November 5. Recently
Cucumber shtprnimtfl during the U. C. Dick & Co. Bradford County
Andrews, Lolaelle Turner, Mr. D.At : '
Mrs. N. D. Wainwright and son, the regulations were modified,,to
Genuine dull finish HummingIrd '' past week'wereitpny.; The Wau-, Farmers Oeo. C. Kruse
N. Wainwright visited ; .Montelth, Tr. U. Raymond, Supply Co. restrl'tlons' most
Jr. all
D.I remove
: '
hose la all new fall shades, Gainesville and Jacksonville' on Miss Estelle Davis Miss Dora chula section shipped 32 cars last A. M, Darby II. C. Wall :J.: C. vegetables, permitting their trans 3PEEDUPYourBusinea
naranteed at Stump's. I Manning Miss Clara Louise Peek week, which brought the total to Manning, J. W. White & Son, W '
Wednesday and Thursday port from regulated areas bytrucks
and Miss Annie Mae Pearce.TIIERESSA 43 for this season. The cucumbercrop M, Edwards, Bradford County

Miss Lillian Morris of Tampa I 'Jn Itardee county Is said to Telegraph, S. R. Johns Co., Ban also.
Mrs. A. J. Murden and little son, Truck movement of fruit how
will\ be the guest of Miss ,Lucille be the best la several years and a of Starke, Rex Jewelry Co., A. II
Jackie .Joe, of Savannah, Ga..'are ever has been completely shut off .
Ultthell this weekend.Senator record yleld Is looked) for. Prices Greets F, 0. Hemingway< Brown
guests of !Mrs. Murden's parents, since the fruit fly wan discoveredIn
are expected to tie, better this week lee Bros.
Mr, and Mrs. J. M. Alvarez.Mr. Florida and the, quarantine established 666 .
and Mrs. E. M. Johns M'.. Ilboda T..ll... Car. than they, ,were ;date last, week, In the of 1929.
Ipent several .days in Tallahassee When the cucumbers "rel sellingat ('''Un OF THANKH spring
and Mrs. Gladden Knight ( "Under present conditions" the In a dortar'n PrrnrrlpUoB tat
Bills week. $1.75 for fancies as against -
of Jacksonville, spent Friday with The Item below Is a report of, department announcement said, rOLIM* and IIKAHACIIKH
2.50 earlier In the week., : 'We take thl method of showVn
several Mrs. W, G. Halle, Mrs. Knight's the party last Friday night. This sect' ; "It Is felt that truck movement It !. til. Mont speedy remedy .....
Mrs. A the
S. Crews spent Arcadia 1op shipped first our appreciation to those who
aunt. Item was written before the party under be authorized." Pill ales lie Teblfl
permit can
art in Monticello this week guest ('Arload''of cuau IJI ers late last helped us'In any way during; the
with blanks left for the guests to <
IC her niece Mrs. UH E. Cowart, -- week from the heavy packing house, Illness and death of our beloved new amendment limits the
Mr*. S. F. Hamrlck after an extended give adjectives to be placed In the movement to fruit Hunt from certified .
of the DeSoto Co-operative Grow., mother, Mr. Emily Elizabeth
visit In California and Avon blanks. When It was completed packing houses In the regulated -
Col. A. S. Crews spent several .era. Association l.whlcb' wan com-; ; Baxter. Especially do we kthQS8
Park with daughters, returned to this Is the It read (( ,
way : and either
In stan-
area packed
days In Tallahassee this week onbualnes. her home Saturday.. It was a silly Hallowe'en partyon pleFOdq, arjy) f,IBM. peek: /Tbey! exr;|i 'who contributed the many' dard citrus crates securely 'closet FLORIDATHEATRE ,
.. Pact toBhlp) n\\'Ieas14sree} } .carloads\ beautiful floral offerings .
a"Mrs. the last crazy night In October, ; with 'In
metal bund other
,v ; this week as welt as to express Iota 'Mra, :A' J, Plnholster, G. W Baxtor1 or
E. S. Matthews. Miss Florence when the daft members of the ugly commercial
Peter's Gun Shells. Get'' our of pepper., 'The cucumbers ,and Mr. and Mrs J, D. Baxter Mr stand'ra"! containers
Matthews, and Mrs. W E. Christian met tit' Uae'Dodd'sprettt
prices before buying. Smith's Service UelQn peppers are! .both jot t. excellent: and Mrs C, M.' Andreu, MI''. and securely, wealed.\ Proper Identification GAINESVILLE FLA.
Middleton visited. Jacksonville Sat house (rfr. mean trollr. The will also be required.
Station 10-31-51. quality. ; !Mrs. L. R. Gainey, Mr. and Mrs, W.
urday. beautiful guests were a* usual ex- . '
Gad deo"ountp.\ '. first 'carloadof : W. Baxter, Mr. and Mrs. B. W -
pecting a stingy good time. A I Week Nov.: 7
cucumbers was .blpped'| from' Baxter, Mr. W A,, Tilll. AMENDMENTS; ; ADOPTED: nv .
Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, Mrs. M. E. number of goofy games were play - ---- .. -. --
Edwards, Misses Hazel and Lois ed, after: which unlqu refreshments Quincy late last .week and shipments VOTERS TODAY' 'f
A will 'until frost
CENT WORQ Adkins and A. Z. Adklns Jr., mo- were served.. The antique proposed -
at"h'e LISTED IN Till
U U reported t cucumbers Four amendments to :
tored to Gainesville Tuesday after guestsdeparted at a horrid late "TOP SPEED"With
I are of a high"quality and arebrigtnk ; LA WH OF TIiE'MTATEr : the, Florida; constitution apparently -
noon. hour, reporting an easy awful eve- ( I r
COLUMN'JI\ a good prlca.( -' ,carried t by good margins In ",
ding.Misses Bean shipments'' from 'the Lake Florida laws set forth. a list of Tuesdays general election .
Mrs. Dale .Vanslckel and Mr. Willie Mae and Otis Hlr-; '' ,, Joe E. Brown and Bernice -
NO TRESPASSING rent, for Joe Holsinger of Gainesville spent son entertained a large number! ot sections //continue to'1gain volume 15 legal holiday to be .observe Herbert. J. Drone ..Democrat!

sale cards at this office. the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. I yoong'peopt at their home Satur- and since the cold'and freeze lathe throughout the state, according to Incumbent, won against L. I$. Womack Claire .
north Tiareh been commanding H. Davis, Comedy,- :New
Republican In the fire; dls
of 'Mr
W.. J. Epperson, parents : .. day night. Games were played, '
FOR SALE-I have displayed various Vanslckel.Mr. after which a delicious supper'was much better prices '.Th* bean sections who wa*'asked about the matterby trlct which witnessed the lone congressional Football with Knute ltockneSATURDAY

things in my garage for ,II served. Everyone reported hav of Sumter (1I'II"t1'will begin a director of the ,United' States 'contest. -----,-, .

ale, Friday and Saturday. .after- ,and Mrs. 1\:, F. Flume and i tug had a nice time. 'e .'V shipping sfiortfjv)'tyrobably this commission for the celebration of I Heavy majorities ''Were record -- -

noons. A,'El: Dunham. It* daughter, Clara, and Mrs. Mary. J Mr. and Mrs. J. Summers and week::ortnett.n4' with"' the continued the 200th anniversary of the birth ed for the amendments In all reporting -

Dover spent the week-end In Jacksonville -; son Charles and daughter Mn. demand TrttM Ttfrmloal markets at George WashingtonThe Jilt : counties, although.only a REX Blcf\cu's'

FOR fertilizer, R. W. the!.hlt>mets SALE'0 Chicken with Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Chapman and baby of'Mi- Stiver Horde"With
free from tralb and ,dirt. $10 Mills. I am I, arrived here Saturday night. these sections snould move along l
per ton at farm. Geo. Miller Mr. B,' Onann! its l ,vlsUlngJ bi. rapWlyysemrx aa ===-_rma commonly called; Sunday in "With" 187' 'prcfelnet 'tabulated,
Poultry if and About.el 'w saego, i i wa estimated 2-s-New!;Year'* Day, Jaa. 1. the vote'wa! :' Bond amendment-
! Farm. Kingsley Lake. Mrs A. 'Dee'of Mayo, brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Evelyn Brent, Raymond -
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Peacock and Mrs. Q. W, Hinson and family. I chat" there were 7,600 ,:3- *Robert, E. Lee's Birthday, Yes, 8,835; no, 918; inheritancetax

MULES of acre of falr1l4Jl nR" 'bu'llnfaYorable' Jan. 49., yes, 8.486,110, 1,232 HattonCOMfcDY. ,
FOR SALS--Fine pair daughter of West Palm Beach We are very sorry to report that ; exemption -
!mules well mated, work any- weer the guests of Mr, and Mrs. Miss Oulda Hall Is 111 with appen weather condition have-reduced ,-Oorg. Washington's Birthday yes, 6,647 no, 2.545: automobile IIOGVILLE

where in excellent condition.Can Lorenzo Green over the weekend.Mr. dicitis. We.. hope she will recover. 'this' acrea*** about 2,800 /-Fb. .2. tax, yes, 9,1'3, no, 1,143. - -

be seen at :J.: M. Brownlee'sPlace. soon' c and there I* about 5,000-acre ,50--Seuthern, Memorial Day, Drane led Womack 8.373 to 4.- Monday & Tuesday.

ll-7-4t. and Mrs. Lorenzo Green and Misses Rhoda and Ruth Zeigler the state at this....time.. April 280 In 147 of the first districts

_. familY Mrs. L. A. Dees and Mr spent Saturday' night with Misses, MTIH. EMILY-----KI.IAI1KTII HUM.I- 30.National Memorial Day, May 370 precinct. A large portion of John Barrymore

'OR KENT-,'la-room house and and Mrs1.; L.A. Peacock and daughter Wlllla Mae and Okie Hinson. VAN the city vote was tabulated. Hills- In

garden, poultry yard and ga- were guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. regret' to report that Rev. '-11AXTKKTh +-i-' Jan 1-JeD'erson 3.' Davis. Birthday, borough county estimates were

rage, or willrent part of Douseeither Charlie Johns Olustee. Sunday; S. ,H. Dodd was unable to preach Drane carried three to one. "MOBY'niCK" .
first or second floor.: Mr. I Sunday night, as he was ill. But death angel visited.'the Independence Day, July 4.1Labor In one ot the most interest legislative '

6. F. Hamrick. it.PLAVTSCabbage Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot we hope he will be well noon and homoor Mrs.' A., J; Plahoister Day, the first Monday contest, Pat Whitaker, With '
Brooker last Friday night;Ooh 31, la September '
Dr. and Mrs W. incumbent a* state
and children and be with us next Sunday nlgbti,
and took,awayner mother, Mr.. .,,10-The Joan Bennett
,'collards, Ber- E. Middleton attended the funeral day of every general senator from Hltlaborough county,
E. E. Baxter to the Great Beyond. election,
lIIuda onions beets and Iceberg of Mrs., Emily Baxter at Brookersuhdai LOCAl" TALENT PLAY She bad been eonflned to barbed was re-elected over an Independentand Comedy Scrape Hong News
Day designated
lettuce < a Republican
; 500 tor 21.09.0t: for on the face of
only' a ,1I.ltho.ab: hr' health by the president or '' unofflrja!
11.50, charges prepaid, 5000 for gover return.. Whitaker was WEDNESDAY
for the "Oh. Kay I" had been falling for more than six
The cast play nor.
'<, Jacksonville returned to be
SO, charges collect. Write Mr. L. C. Ray went to president of the
for quantity prices.' Bullock's today to visit her sister, the under the expert direction of Rob- year, during which time she has 12-Armtatlc* Day, Nov. 11.18.Farmers' next Florida senate subject to con "IIJallbe It.8 Love"With :.
baa had It first mad ,her home with Mra /Pia-
Plant Farm White Springs. Fla. Misses Allbritton and niece Mrs. ert F. Deroorest. > Day, second Friday flrmatloivtot 1931 session

10-31-41. Gordon Bitten. Mrs. Ray will remain rehearsal . ,holsteron witBmily. . ." 'In October-this year Oct. 11. In the second third and fourth

|_ until after Armistice Day. This play will be giren'JQdayevening. ,' \ : El'xabeth
;(CROW BULBS FOR'US-rEaslest --:- November 21, under the born In Liberty county Georgia I Day Dec. 25. nominee, all unopposed automatically Joe E. Brown Joan .

. tad< most profitable bulb toCrow. The'-funeral of Henry Phillips auspice of the Toadies' Auxiliaryof 8< years ago April 24, 1844. At Attorney General Davl opinion were elected. They Bennett

I: We supervise planting took place Monday afternoon from the First Presbyterian church. the early age .oC 11 she united with on the subject of holiday continue are R. A. Green, Stark, second .

Without charge and contract for the home of Mrs. Padgett. Rev. O. It Is a charming little comedy the Missionary Baptist Church of *: "Under the law when ,a district; Tom Yon Talalbase, COMING '

crop at fixed Mrs. R. i ii P. Raymond conducting the ser that will be pleasing to the most which she has been a consistent legal holiday fall on Sunday, the third district and Ruth Bryan '

*'. Cirlffla. Lane price.St.. Pal atka. I vice. Interment at Pine Grove. I exacting critic, and we can be lurl member. March 12..18'5 she was Monday next following I Is deemedto Owen Coral Gables, fourth dis WiNNIE MOHTNKIl pN q
'! lit will be well rendered under the united la marriage with * the public holiday for any trict.

: Florida; supervisor for Pierce Eugene Evans, leadership of oar well-known .Bate .Baxter iwho. ,proceeded -,and all purpose. la _
BUlb Co. largest Mr. and Mrs. ?
: distributor, of of Orlando Gladiolus, bulb Miss Flora Belle Jackson and Mis townsman, Mr. Robert F. DemoS her to the gravel 27 year ago, f '"In counties where there are Plant City Local branch of "Life ot the PartVREGULARI'PRICEH -' :

''R of Hazelbnrst. Ga., were rest. a* having passed on Dee 13, 198. carnival'association Shrove Tuesday Wllllama DepartmentS Store' ,

I I '. Individual cartons 10-81-In at-the 11.2s.U.' the Henson weekend guests of Mr. and 'ntH"CJ tb.Wpef.: r To this onion won born .feorcbil" I t..otMrre.

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forever.-1 John 2:15-17.: BAPTIST Vancouver; Victoria and Wonderful Vancouver Island;;
Prayer: "Rejoice those hearts. --

my Saviour." Sunday school at 10 a. m. Comeon j Popular Resorts Where Chill Winter Is Dethroned
time. All come.
November 8, 1930
; Worship at 11 a. m. and 7:30p. :
% The Father's Love Behold
what of love the Father m. At the morning service special .., '''ff ''m''W!... '{ ''' ; .w"" .
manner : '. .
music and address by the pastor .. <<, > ."' > " ;' .: "" ,
Tiy word u a lamp ute 11I1 feet u. iitbl! gate l BiTpih.-pialm 119105.:: hath bestowed upon us, that we on Armistice Day thoughts.The . ,.' ...ti.
: :,$, ?" '.
should be called the sons of God: church will be decorated with r" '<.'.".' /,...-,1; ": ff ", i! < ".
ftT tiP3lur? Dr'2''d9: All religious teaching;, doctrine or therefore the world knoweth UII h \
creed, if they are to Gave any claim not, because It knew him' not.- our national flag and flowers. Planto : I:
I pon the love, loyalty and devotion of the people must be in harmony with attend.B. Y l ,
the teachings of Jesus the Christ whose words fit Into every fold and crevice John 3:1.Prayer. Y. P. U, at 7:30 p. m. In- .j\.j'f" i ibL
I of the human heart: and of whom it was aald in John 7:46."NEVER MAN : 0 God my strength terest and membership Increasing.

SPAKE LIKE THIS MAN." and fortitude Of force I must love The Jacksonville District B. Y, P. ..
WRKKLV HKRMON'KfTK: : disciples were!' within, and Thomas Thee. U Convention will be held In our ;l' ;' .

with them: then came Jesus the November O, 1030 church on Nov. 22nd. About 200 . ..., ."' ". ..,. "" ,. ..............'.<...," YO'_ :>......-". <' J h,
L. ..... ., .. h"$> '''') ''' ' <
{'h rl.d, the Goal Shepherd doors being shut, and stood in the God's Children-Beloved, now young delegates expected. .. .d" ( :...* l" ""' '''''' '*

Luke midst, and said Peace be unto you. are we the sons of God, and i It Mid-week service each Wednesday
What of
15:4--7 man
Then saith! he to Thomas Reach dolh not yet appear what we hall at 7:30: p, m.
having an hundred cheep If
r you hither thy finger, and behold my be: but we know that, when he Last Sunday morning the ser
,, he lose of them doth not leave
one hands, ; and reach hither thy hand shall appear, we shall be like him; mon was on the subject of "Chris- w.Nt '>L : 'VtBa> .4 .w sc .......n3UV ., 1t
the ninety: and nine In the wilderness
and, thrust It Into my side;; and be for we shall see him as he Is. And tian Citizenship." A large audience ._ G Jl.wa
and after that which Is o""r "'
go taaaa
h4 not fulrhlehs, but believing And every man that hath this hope In enjoyed the pastors' address. ttoao oa
loHt, until he finds It? 6. And when '
Thomas answered and said unto him purlfleth himself, even as he .
r' he hath found It, he layeth It on
And him, My Lori) and my God" Is pure.-1 John 3:2: 3. PKKSHYTKItlAN: NCW %
his shoulders, rejoicing. 6.
Jesus understood the human nature Prayer: I would aught withhold 'PRINGa44
when he cometh home he calleth P.
and weakness of Thomas. He dear Lord from Thee. Services Sunday November a : ELIZA6RrIlf'
together his friends and neighbors ---
i did not chide him nor complain of November 1O, 1030 follows: I Wn" ? 3 /
Buying unto them, Rejoice with :
I his unbelief Hut he appeared be- 10 school J.
a. m. Sunday M.
me; for I have found my sheep The Purpose of Christ-Little
torn him and Invited Thomas to Truby, supt. I rte' z' as9 9se 24a, pXY.(' '
which was lost 7. I Hay,unto yon, children, let no man deceive you: . ,
.. ,.
examine his body and the wounds 11 )
m. Morning worship, sermon
that likewise: joy .shall be in heaven I ho that doeth righteousness is a.
In his handle and side to make certain ,
e I by the pastor, "Serving the
over one sinner that repenteth righteous! even as he Is righteous
a that ho was. the Christ that Lord
more than over ninety and nine He that commltteth sn: Is of the I
just persons, which need no repen was crucified And Thomas was devil; for the devil slnneth from 6:30: p. m. Christian Endeavor,
fully convinced and accepted Jesus topic: "What Does BrotherhoodMean
tance. I the: beginning./ For this purpose ,
as the Christ: and Savior. Then ?" Armistice Leader
( Day.) r 4
I walk the Son of God was manifested
, Prayer: Yea though M
n I "Jesus saltb unto him Thomas, Edna Stansbury
that he might destroy the'works
through the valley of the shadow
because thou hast seen me, thou 7:30
: p. m. Evening worship, ser-
for of the devil-1 John 3:7: 8.
of death, I will fear no evil
hast believed blessed are they
mon and song. Sermon subject,
Prayer: Help me 0 Savior
with ,
Thou art me,
that have not seen, and yet have Backsliding."
How does God expect UR to believed." meekly walking with Thee to growIn Ii T
Prayer meeting Wednesday 7:30P. :
read Gen. 17:1. goodness, truth and .
I walk Answer : grace.November
We may think those disciples m. \
11 1IMO:
were blest by being with Christ, The Woman's Auxiliary will
I asking him questions and receiving Our Duty-Hereby perceive we meet Tuesday evening; November VANCOUVER FOM vANco 4R doTs' .' TOTW'M POLfiVIGTOIZIA
kr the love of God because he laid
answers; yet they understood that
SUNDAY SCHOOL down his life for and 11. with Mrs T, S. Williams Mrs Vancouver and Victoria. British Columbia estlng Indian totem poles, relics of a Pacific under their own power Tht
he would establish wordly us; we oughtto
a king- T. N. Kendrlck will have of
LESSON charge their famous race. Fine beaches and golf celebrated "triangle route Vancou.ver .
lay down lives for thebrethren. are rapidly Increasing
dom. Not until Christ died and our
I I'r the Missionary program Topic clubs are readily accessible to visitors. Victoria Seattle. Is served bj
'. -_ _-_ rose' again and the Holy Spirit appeared .-1 John 3:16.: 'Missions In Slam." popularity aI winter playgrounds Victoria, charmingly situated on equally roe vessels equipped with tU

, did they understand. We Prayer: Fulfill, 0 Lord Thy A cordial Invitation Their mild, equable climate and the the southern end of Vancouver Island, moderp. conveniences and cozy euu.
'r .on 1/VI:1113IIl: : 0, io: oSubject to all our '
, have their experience their teach perfect work in me.November services extended to all. fact that the golfer can enjoy hIs Is the capita of British Columbia andIs rooms.
f.f", ", ings, the written scriptures and 12 1OIO: game the soar round make these two essentially a "home city" despite its Prom Victoria delightful cxcuraoni
; : Thomas, the Honest the guidance of the Holy Spirit to The eommandment-And this METIIOUINTPreaching Interesting places Ideal spots to visit One shojis and hotels. Including the may be made Into the Interior oj
: beautiful Hotel recently Vancouver Island, either the
Doubter. during the late fall and winter when Empress by Etqui.
la |hiM!
commandment. That we
aid Aro not favoredthan
us. we more
Golden Text: "Thomas answered cold and sometimes snow and Ice enlarged. Victoria Is easy to reach malt and Nanalmo Railway or 07
" and said unto him. My Lord they? should believe on the name of His every Sunday at 11 elsewhere preclude the holiday-maker via the Canadian Pacific "Princess" 'automobile. Excellent hotels ire located

" "' John 20:28. Son Jesus Christ and love one, a. m. and 7: 39 p. m. from enjoying the great outdoors to steamers miniature ocean liners-to at Cameron Lake and eluewnni
":! and my Ood.' : another, as he gave us command- Sunday school at 9:45 E.K the utmost. Vancouver Is the gatewayto which fleet has recently been added Fine Oshlng for salmon and trout.n
Text John 11 : 14-16 ; 1I.lI111111.1': "MKKWTIOVHNuvi'tnbvr : : a. m.
Lesson : ment.-1 John 3:23.: Perryman Supt, miles and miles of unspoiled almost the new "Princess Elizabeth" and I available at numerous places tbt
14:5-8 20:24-29 ; 21:1-2. -- vessels of 8.500 Immense Douglas fir forests ol
: ; Prayer Come now soul and primeval territory Including "Princess Joan. tons itii
; my
Central Truth of Lesson: The 7, 111:10 I : Prayer!' meeting every Wednesday Stanley Park In Vancouver Itself which crouaed the Atlantic and steamed Interior make a trip there *cll aorta

/ evidences of Jesus as the Savior hearken and go forth and obey. ,, 7:30: p. m. with lu huge Douglas Ors and inter- through the Panama Canal to the : while. .'
Love Not Love not the world
-- NovfinlHT 13: JfKiO: A cordial Invitation Is extendedto
i are BuUlclent for an honest ,in- neither the things! that ore In the God Is Love-Beloved, let us you to attend any or all of IIHIKI: : itnoon NO\VH TO The Duroc-Jersey, Poland fhlni

quirer.All woilil., If any man love the world love one another: for the love IIIof these services ....\It HOW IN 11.RCII:11): ) dry.By all means breed the sows to Hampshire, and Berkshire the

four of the Gospel name I the love of the Father Is not In God; and every one that loveth ---* HIT HKPTIOMBKIt: MAKKKT: R purebred boar. The pigs at leading breeds for Florida.

Thomas an one of the TwelveApostles. .- him For all that Is In the world Ie born of God; and knoweth God. St. Augustine Hotel Buckingham i weaning time will be worth $1 to --

But John makes special mention the lust of the Mesh and the lust lie that loveth not kuoweth not will be improved and reno- Gainesville,. Fla. It will than
today's lesson. soon $5 more common stock. They November Is st'll! time 'in plant
of him, as In of the eyes, and the pride of life. God for God in love. ::1 John
; vated.
be time to breed brood if will make !
also called ttldymus. sowe quicker, cheaper gains, Italian rye grass on the lawn me
Thomas was Is not of the !Father but Is of the
each word means "twin." 4 :7. 8.Prayer. War department allotted $25.- they: are to farrow In March and and will be preferred by packers keep it green all winter Two to

'y I and that he and Matthew wend, And the world panseth : Lord in this! broken 000> to survey and prepare plans be ready for the September mar- due to large, thick good quality I three pounds of seed will not hur

Some think brothers. away and the lout thereof: but he heart of mine re-enter Thou and for Caloosahatchee Okeechobee ket, according to W. J. Sheely, extension loins ind hams, and a minimum the old'gra s, but will be sutlUknt
were twin that doeth the will of God abldeth reign. I
Sincere Christian faith Is not rulnage project. agent In animal husban- rercent of lard and cheaper cuts. 'or the rich green color
always clear from doubt.

if 1,, ed In to Mark Christ 9:24 for,help one said who, appeal"Lord THE MAIN THING ON MAIN STREET" 'R",' L. F. Van ZelmBtttU i iI

t I believe; help thou mine unhell I

Just f." before our lesson began ;) J(3tt( ; o7ILE t'D /gF \

t- Jesus had( been reuested to cometo TMC CtNt(3AL4TOQC
i the home of his .!ck friendLazarus MAIN SfHCtT'SLCADIN OUGHT 5dxaN I
several j i .- but had delayed G SIGN ,

daya. "Then said Jesus unto them ROM/ < toug LOOI MFRwAeT: ,
i, + Let us
plainly, Lazarus Is dead.
Barber 6
, go unto him Then said Thomas, NEW SIGN FOR PO'lT:: OFFICG ERgE ''j DOC GPAVC5 PHARMACY

which In called Dldymus, unto his GENERAL STORE YGAN /- ITVOULD C Pier q SrOftJE< PAOruS ES & N1 cT ETGRMNATh(2.J
fellow disciples Let us also go ----_. -. tall PAIL C I
'Ii die with him." The UNCLAIMED
that we may
endeavored to kill Jesus, WMH.t I KRtCTtHG' A Fat XM ib LILT LEtTGRb 1 w000GH yr SAL, R MADE
/ and his disciples'! tried to persuade o\or.1i! one li0 LIGHT tnIIWT"GAt.\, \ ytGM BUT WIT.'. SHERIFF

j Jesus not to go near Jerusalem, Of "5* COPES BSOK6;. 'AooAn wwots T / SnOOP

,.;. but he determined to go. Then CAOWI1ItiG SHGRIFFFitll00P S: M t

Thomas said to his fellow disciples, KiNG OK: All Boa p4MM .tj7 p CANDY DcauGS
,.. _
Let us also go. that we may die I
with them." This shows that ,1ERIr; 6MOoPCUR\

;' Thomas though slow to believe, I <\&A'84E Q, PI20C> ,. j CIGARS

was courageous.and faithful. to the. fit *! (S '9tMTO! IN -AM,1

.\ j Lord. JP IM10 "O> PREDICT / LilUi .iijauiinniiiiinnliiiiilriilltlliliflniitiliuhJInhiIlflhll: : : pr r"i
Some weeks later and just a few iARtY IALLBUT'Trite. VAS _ -.

I days before the crucifixion of >Jesus I MALL W W3MT, PR- ,,

he was telling the disciples that he LE.. /

,;' was going to prepare a place for - _. !
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I .
and said "Whither go ye --- == -

..t'them know, and the way y. know" The

disciples could not understand Wilt, DbAo"a4Y ,
:! and "Thomas salth unto him. J MOW 00 NON '
PL.A" )$Co .
Him Lord we know not whither 'EE L o PAST .. ....c.s

:, thou best: and how can we know TNt Vi/ATE*? Fa.T AND I OlOCtT ""rVA I poe4'1. t( o.'ttW ..r-I DIP .., .....
,, ;' the way.? Jesus salth unto him I 1 vE GoTA ....Tt piT Pi Saw DIO1't : GM1-.

am the way the truth, and the t Co1.0 o.O--lou. } TMt1ttrvs1
f life: no man cometh unto the e1AVt COCO, 4qT QrY A

t'-1'' Father, but by me." vNATMtRArtio

", Thomas confessed his Ignorance -

1 thus showing his honesty. and

humility Thus Thomas provoked '
i: the Lord to make a.great state .... ...
i went "I am the way, the truth :

1 and"The the"" was one of the first IZ Z

frr, names given to the teachings of

"ti (hrlat.. Ills followers were called jEl :

I r "men of the way." It Is said n .

\ f "Take the right road and you will r '. .

g reach the right goal. -!." ,
' I After Jesus was crucified and

'.;<;' hurled and had risen from the --

'.:, grave he appeared to the disciples --------=----- ------ --- -- - ._ -- Me .
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., who were gathered an upper -

{i"' room with the doors shut for fear Wilfred Alfred and Sister Winifred

. Jews "nut Thomas one of "Erv"
of the copyright 1130. Rich Syndicate By Hess
: the twelve, called 1>ldymu was

',} not with them when Jesus came. '"'"""" HERE WE GET LOCKED
The other disciples therefore said -<\-\E"\ '!/'RE
unto him We have seen the Lord : \ BECAUSE WE A KJNOA SMILED VOO ASK THEM FOR A PATE

'P 1' Hut he said unto them Except I AT THAT HONEY WOMEN GE'1'rHEV PUT ON THE RITZ AND

.' ,W shall see In his bands the print of COMING' e a,,Jtdr, rte dl, ME SICK THEY'RE FUNNY .-' WHEN YOU DON't ASK "THEMCA.1'

.w the nails and put my finger Into ,a.t I FIGURE THEM our' / 1j THEY sir HOME AND BAWL-

t.. the print of the nails, and thrust WATCH FOR. THEM 10 PECULIAR I 1"'l//lP; THAT 'THEY'R&: AU. ALONE
I will not .
'j my hand Into his side
"a believe." IN FUTURE ,'
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I J Concerning. this attitude oft I EDITIONS OP THISPAPER. !::9

Thomas. o teacher' ald. "I have \
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Keen others!' In the same plight as

;, Thomas unable to believe unable ., Winifred

1 to realize!' that Jesus Is alive. Wilfred, \
< : I have received' !' letters!' such as ,

.,: Thomas might have written on anyone Alfred and Alfred and Wilfred rr SISTER of THE

of tho ten days after the Pass TIV//VS
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t over. 'I can nee!' no gleam of light Sister H BE SURE TO FOLLOW THE\ ADVENTURES II YOU BETCHA f .

and have lost my hold on God; Winifred AND DOINGS OF THESE WIDE AWAKE TWINS SHE'S OK.SHE'S -
writes. one out of the mists of a .
crushing: grief. And that was exactly 1H6VPE HUMOROUS SNAPPY PEPPY.f K-0 OH YEAH !THE'i''E'' GOT THEIR TROueLE5,Too I .f.-= ess""

the case with Thomas.

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the>" ead when be fell caused.hla tion placing regulations on motor NOTICE' Or APPI.ICAT1OV FOIL Invornen In Citrus County, Florida Bradford County Florida, to-wltt
TAX DEED described as follows: Southalt oflot The Southwest quarter of the
death. The accident occurred Just truck traffic and the hauling of more fully described a* beginning Northwest quarter of the NorthweatSuarter .
News of Florida In Short Paragraphs this aide of Waldo. Mr Cannonwas freight over public highways will at the Southwest corner of and the North Halt of the
Notice I I.. hereby given, that C. H. Block II runningEa..t along South . quart nf the Bauthweatquaritrr
connectetd with the Ilardln be sought by a special committee Clark holder of Tax Certificate No. line of said Block 60 'e.t, thence ...t11.. Northwest quarterand
Clothing Company In Palatka. Fu- appointed by the St. Augustine and 100, sixth day of August. A. D., 1128. North to rlcht of way of mate. Road the West half of the Southeast
has tiled eald certificate In my office No. A, thence In Northwesterly direction quarter of the Northwest quarter of
neral services will be held Mon- St. Johns county chamber of com- and made. application for tax to the Went boundary line of the Northwest quarter and the north ,.
day afternoon at 3 o'clock from merce. The committee was appointed deed to l..ue thereon In accordancewith Maid Illock II. thence South alone half of the Northeaat quarter of the '
law. Bald certificate embraces said boundary line point of bealnnlnp. Southwest Quarter of Northwest
[LIVE STATE NEWSTOLD i the First Baptist church, with Interment following a meeting at the following, described. property initiated quarter and the th.h of the
In Oak Hill cemetery. which it was charged that the tn Bradford County, Florida, Said' sale la. to be made for purPOB Northwest quarter of the Southwest ,.
to.wlt of satisfying said final decree, quarter of the Northwest quarter
truck and bus lines are threatening Lots. 1 amt S of Block i t. Plnehurat A, 8.CKKW8. nf Section Twenty-elKht, Township c.
the future of railroads in Florida Development. Section 21, Township 6 Special Master In Cham-cry.. Five, South, Range Twenty-twov
St. Petersburg-Orange thievesIn South, Kan re. Z3 East D. 1':. KNKIHT. and H. V. KNIGHT. East containing. thirty acres mere
Pluellan county should study I and that the raUroads\ should The assessment. of Bald properly Starke, Florida.Solicitors or lees. ,
their be afforded some measure of pro- under the mild certificate 'Issued. was fur Complainant. J L. FRA7.PJE.! .
tables. Two pilferers In the name of Wm. Thomas."'F. Master
---- -_._..__. ._ -- entered a grove at Palm Harbor, tection since they pay heavy taxes Unless. Bald. certificate ahall be redeemed 1:. AT. JOHNS Special ",,
-' -'II' while the law, tax deed Sollultor ,
near here motor truck companiespay according to for Complainant.
onnirayA full\ carload of 86 a High pitch of interest In this loaded their big truck days with ago citrus and little It any taxes to the state. December will Issue thereon A. I>. 1930.on the 8th day of "'" NOT1CH Of 8AI.KHereby 10-Sl-St-ll-28.----

I was sold In Holmes county'sit section: fruit Their vehicle It was suggested" that the motor Paled this aoth day of October, -
I,0 hog sale of the burdened : A, L). 1830. nntloe la given that under '
transportation companies should NOTICK OK FI\I. DIN(81 \nG.1
they started Iiome. At a railroad Q. W. ALDFRMAN.Clerk and by virtue of that pertain final
The porkers weighed Milton-Home economics Instructors crossing their car stalled the be made to pay as much taxes as of Circuit Court, decree of forecloaura made by the
aeon. on 1
and brought the the railroads ttradford punty Klorlda. Judge of the 16th Judicial. Circuit, Notice !I. hereby given that sixty
i321 pounds of West Florida will tracks. A train's shrill whistle I 11-T-6t-13.6. In and for Bradford County. Florida, days, after date hereof on to-wlt; the '
at 810.
;not $1,036.53, selling meet in Milton November 6. Eco- rent the air. Residents, who ,r I In Chancery on the 18th day of Oct.A. I.lnl day of December. 1910.: We the
i Wlldwood H., 1HSO In favor nf the F..d..ralLllnd undersigned. I exrrutnr'a of the estate
Dulldlng occupiedby
nomists from Escambla. Santa heard the crash, found oranges" Bank of Columbia, n corpora- I of Alice C. :\I, Ilewke, dxreaHed will
JM.yo- At Mayo, on Tuesday, Rosa, Okaloosa, Walton Gulf scattered for blocks and the remains Pee-Wee Lunch being enlarged. HI'Kll\L. MtNTKH'9 MALH lion and casuist John Iirownlnn i present our vouchers and final ao-
Miami Beach Building et el., defenilnntH. The undersigned l count to the Honorable tleo.. A. ttar-
lumber 11. Armistice Day, La- Calhoun Jackson Washington! of what once had been a per an. Special, Mauler, will offer for "ale diner County Jmlve nf Bradford
I"tta ty Masons are planI' and Holmes counties will take truck. Police are still searchingfor mit Issued tor erection of $23,000 Notice In. hereby Klven that under In front of I the Court ]louse In County, 1"I..rhl.tnr. hi.* approval. '
'o1' Miss apartment building at 325 Twenty- and. by virtue' of that certain. final Starkn. ., Florida, during. the. I legal. and nur discharge aM such e>x.*. ottnr
!10 have one of the largest part. Laura Veach Clark of the two drivers. decree entered by the lion. A Z. AilklnH hours of vale on Monday, IeoemliurtHt Thin 24th day of October liUO.
|ng gatherings held In this Florida State College" for Women Seventh street. Judge of the Itlth Judlilal Circuit 1930, to the highest. end bout. W. 11. Si 1ttIMN'Ir and
onl< of Florida, In nnd for Bradford' hldrtVr, for each the following ,tloll m many years. as well as Miss Ruby McDavld III"ml1.1. L. Wells !Miami county. In ('h n""I'Y. In I that certain 1 i>rop' .Ttv lying and being In In-1..6t-i2-1e FvertorNOTIt ..
of the same institution will business has foreclosure. of Kai arid
speak. man, announced that N: IKK ritaa inrra' '
I OK 1'1.1( \ I'IO\ '
OrhLIIdThe tung ol! Industry I he Is going" in the leg business KOH Ttl, >..:I'U: Dealers t.?..nlnant. Hank vi. Sara a. corporation IS. Sweat" ,et rom al." Id 1Rt
magazine, Tung Oil \Vauchula-With three carloads he corrected the Impression that defendant. and bearing date the Notice ,la, hereby given that the t..U..wlnt described IInd.. win be sold
|,'II has a Notice In hereby given that O, It. 10th day of -' 1>., l 1930, the I'"hll" allrlloll on the 'IItHT MONDAY IN 1" (I'I AWIJoIt.' 1"30. It eln"
'blushed! at Orlando, with A, L. of cucumber already shipped out he had plans for a musical comedy I Clark hnlilvr nf Tax\ t'erlltlrvete No. uutloriilKiied: \:'MA .. In Chancery the let day of said month'rllt: the I curlhnttse door at Mtarke in Bradford -
an editor. The first num- of Hardee county this fall the venture and explained that he Ingoing t, aul, day or Miiml.r| ' A. H.l 1 1128. will sell!! to the hlnlifxt and bouthlddor county, State of : : or so much thereof a. will be neceeaary'to
|,chews nan tiled unlit rrllfIriitn In my other for cash. In fronlot the Smith PAY the amount due for tear" set. 1'1'0.1. the. same. together with
L r tells of the Importance of the vegetable season is fully two In for frog farming. Fresh I and mad nmillrntlnn for tux deed door of the courthouse. In City of the suet vf such pale IlIIII ft.IV..I.tlMln/i'. C. A. fo'O'l'CJ1. Tax Collector 1 1Dlel'rlpttun
and 'its excellent pro weeks ahead of that of last year. frog legs: dressed for market, to Issue tbernon lu acrordance with Sfarke, Bradford County. Florida. on .
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< luw. hiahi certificate embrace the Monday, drat day of DecemberA \ T. (
rth The ,1rst car of cucumbers to go bring $l.U a pound in New York following dpmilhml pruporly| | Hltnautl :l It, 31.h.1.: . the) legal hours of Nec. T It A A t'oste ', i
out last year left here on October nod Chicago Wells: clulnvd In In Uradfurd ,County, Florida, pale, the following land to-wlt:
to-wit: South half 1 of Southeast nfHfctlon Lot. 13 14 Hloek U Temple's -
ICreKtview- -Citrus canker does 26th, while this season saw the pointing out that the big/ city -markets Lot :3 of niock t. rinvhurnt, DOl' ; 22. North hirlf of nnnrter Northeast: 1 II"lItion ... ______211 123\ Lois I'.ek Ferryman __. .$ .11
[,texlut l In Okaloosa county, said0ln9peetore Initial car leave last Saturday, October as well aa Miami's wintertourist vvloimirnt. hcttlon, 21 Township 8, quarter of Sictlon 27, Southwest; Lola 3 9 IIlu"k a Clty Park '
t from the market will South, gauge, 22 Eaat.Thu . quarter of Hnuthwent quarter of Nub divtelti.. ... _.__ ..__211 122\ .-" I'.k Per..yml\n ___ 3.411 .
to working demand Its
,( 11. aMHeHHinent. of Haiti property Kprtlnn 23, Northwest quarter of Lute. 1 3 Ii 1:1: 14 Block 31
|ale Plant Board who are con- frog legs this winter and other under the said earlIflente I UHU M| wan Northwest quarter of Section Zfl, all I. "'. R: 'o'a addition .211 t 12 C. L. Peek w6.68
III the name. of lieu,nown. In Townnhlp I 6 South, Itaiitfe 19 luaMt. ; 1.lIt.. s 9 10 11 11 Block 23
tctlng a two week's Ingpeot'on! of Jacksonville-The newly formed summers and winters So Wells I' Unless HUM rertlflcate. shall ba re- In Union county Florida, ------ G 22 C. L. Peek ___.. ..-__.._ 7.89 .t
iisuma and other citrus! trees In Gum Turpentine-Rosin Marketing plans on putting In a big frog farm deemed, "l'ol'dln" to lit, \V. tax deed Also, Northwest quarter of Northwest LJn.PI.A11..11l: Bloc7Tample's
T near !Miami and he said he will issue thereon, on the 8th day of quarter. except 6 acres In Addition II 23 C. L. Peek ____-"._ .n_ 15,03
'S' county. Association the largest cooperative hopesto 11t".r.. A, U\ 1S.HIlinteil : 1. NorlheaMt miner of Section: 4, Township Lots 3 3 hock: 22 -j.--ii.211 '
marketing body in the feature the plumpoat legs on thin nutli day of Oi-lobor, A. | T Mouth KM nun 23 Kant, In Jones Addition --Tid:28 6 U J.'. t:. Hitch . --. ---- 23.011
11. 1930. Bradford Florida.AMO One lot frontin ;\
are some the market.St. county on .
IrrestvlewThere; very southeast, come Into being when n. w ALDERMAN, that portion of Illork 11, In WilY .11..t h. n..d N by
le clay deposits In Okaloosa some 600 producers representingthe Clerk of Circuit courtBrad' "South half of Invernment Lot tmn. old county J"I 1'1' by land i -
Imty and this section Augustine State legisla fold county, Florida. Suction U, Township 19 Month ot III. L. Juhn" and known
possesses major output of five states,' I'MVITH ?o Kiiwt) In town of !...11..1..**, In_ ftM "H<'I.t..terIn.. .... 18 II 22 nnbt. P. Jones. 150'14
L possibilities of a new industry, South Carolina'! Georgia, Florida,
L manufacture''' of paving and Alabama and Mississippi, met here

lildlnB brick It experiments now and signed contracts agreeing to -

Jinx curried on turn out as ex- nell: their turpentine and rosin products -

itediMadlion, through the new organization. -

Nine cars of register- ---

high-grade Jerseys have been Tampa Statistics compiled by

'pped from the. drouth sections the chamber of commerce show ..

Tennessee and Kentucy to Flo 6 that 290 of every 1,000 families In

L cattlemen and farmers. These Tampa are living In homes they

,tie will be turned out in Duval, own. In this Tampa leads many

,dlson and Marion counties. cities of the south, such as Dlrin-
1'ior'' 'nrloads are to be shipped; Ingham with 280, Jacksonvillewith

jm II is! Htated. 260. Richmond with 200, Atlanta 4r

-- with 250, New Orleans with

I Panama City Florida has onPI 230, Norfolk with 230; also big / S ? \T A r+M1r''
Or 1
iwntor' of note. lie Is Dr. cities such BH Boston with 190 and ''lie 1 w ?

L i.j of Panama City and he New York with 130.

< )IIM' ilpned) a $35,000 contract'h .
Now" York firm for an art- Daytona Beach Developmentplans
I'al' ) minnow which he patented > for two floral exhibition il'Et4

|"io limo ago, said to be tho most gardens In Florida "of such novel.ty .

.-llki of Its kind ever Invented. and surputiKlug beauty as to' ET' .,;r
excel anything of Its kind in I the
(unction .. Now that the ,
Rh'6,1 -- United States or known world"were

Ion[!' ,TDD and the tobacco crop divulged by R. L. Dowllng of tL- .

|'to he'n harvested, farmers thru- Bra<1enton, formerly of Green Cove 4 "f. \ : -
; :
I thl section are beginning: to Srlngll, who Is associated with J.Bay i : -

| kt ''heir syrup. Peanut gather- Arnold, prominent Ciroveland

1,gru 19 Crops everywhere seem business men Jn and out of Flor- .'"te
l b)( reHUHonably "good, and In da, among whom Is John Hinging ., '

Ine' uses better than the aver- In promoting' the project. 'r ,.

w 17rit ,xw ",:e' ' (": ,:" :: ;. EE-

Monllcello-John Kelly of Went "_' ; '. ... ..,
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'view Tweve hundred .
-- rginla who owns the Bellamy ,
-ea "of Okaloosa county farm Pecan Grove, the old Turnbull .s.a.. "?. ., .' rj'.yr9! itCt" n I

>ncr> f h (hanged hands In a sln- place, east of Monticello has received N M a a s w .......- : ', -& ,
deal' at Crebtvjew, when thealcua some pure bred saddle .. *+ r l

Realty Corporation sold horses, which he will use as abase .. .r

Dallas Peaden Plantation of for a herd on his plantation. to
1 M t.eJ ; ,r i +J.rMwr.A++Mwrw.e.enrf..,.wr.M'ry-.1, .
hlc, a county to E. E. Kelley: of Frank Carroll Is manager of the :, ( rr r ;. 1- p.,r r, I.wr. r'FrataT.rq+rr..wrw,.... N., .. .. ,....../ t -1R. tr M' .
\\V xinbiima, at a price aggregatI limitation and he stated that he I .i+: { :,+iw71:rW}.F NJK 'r,f+?"rvar M.'IV ...4t Ar n w.A.. .. r6'r,4 .r11, "/ 1J; t+j ,tf. el'S rYa3.1 a ur t ,

: I:,' had received six brand mares and Te.eirku'i.r'LMCK.f J t' .amLr N/ M+y l,,,+,t'." %"..'::::;#',:_' Y'.,,.. M ,aI.Y)" '.,./c.-: x' .rry' .m It; ',.,..., ,

one .pure bred middle borne stallion ft 4"r / :4' r, ? ''. /!- rEf! 1/r,1y1 w ttSJt5rtiL! ,/u r"1I pM .. r' !I'
lilt at town -- Fulr tme: will and expects to raise some trt'y i

an -r* at things for Calhoun good; saddle horses with this purebred .'rte M !
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Itf ''raJ v ''F r-lEi XTr
vt . /G .NW M1w/w1eL ) 1
inn as the date' for the stag- I stock as a base. .r (
.: ot tht second annual Calhoun ....-... "
Into fair: draws nearer andtray Palatka-Jesse A. Cannon, 23, : .

\ laden with enormous pos- was almost Instantly killed yesterday -
'Illtl'. /, of an outstanding afternoon when a car which he '

11 th arrival of Buccess'l was driving/ skidded and turned
4 awaits the' over throwing/ him out. It Is behaved THE MERCHANT

ooh wide event that creating( that a blow on the buck of andTHECOMMUNIT.y I I

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ALL, CIRCULAR 4ON f ADVERTISING MATTER I Do you realize how badly, WQ.would fare if our velopmet df ourcomm>nity. M

DISTRIBUTED IN BRADFORD COUNTYThe merchants had to go out of business and leave us

imprint is the name of the firm by which dependent upon mail orders or stores miles away The man or woman who is not outspoken for ,

print the lA-inting in an inconspicuous was done. It place usually on circulars.appears in small from home ? his or her community is against it. What attitude,

The imprint of the Telegraph Press shows that you take toward Bradford County; and its mer- r.

the circular to which attached was done in Bradford
People are beginning to consider the fact that
county and that the profit, as well as wage- has much to do with the reputation and

costs represented goes into local channels of circulation after all, they owe a debt to their home merchants.The of

and helps the county. I standing our community among our outside ;

Printing done elsewhere-that which carries man who makes it possible for us to get whatwe friends. .

other imprints or no imprints-takes money away

from Bradford county. want when we want it is entitled to consideration -

Look for the imprint and let those who solicit for the service he gladly renders his fellow The .merchant is needed" to bring your town into -

your patronage know that you favor those who get 1

their printing done at home.BRADFORD citizens. its own. '


! COUNTYTELEGRAPH Now, since we are to work for the growth and Boost Bradford' County and support. its mer-

chants '-

welfare of Bradford County, let us first support the !

I STARKE- -FLA. - merchant who plays such a: vital part in the de- GET THE COMMUNITY SPIRIT.r
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and premises.

Bradford County TelegraphEstablished t la ,a store where everything Is Lake ) Commissioners
( City Reporter.
From Other PensO
I I II' clean and orderly. On the other
1877 Lake City has long been listed 'bl! HoldMeetinJ:\
.' ll .-.. ...., ..! .. I band you shun stores that are to
when It comes
pubi h.i-we d on Fridays ;.;dnte ;dSecond Class WI neville, Cal.. Is Wineville no dirty, unkempt and disorderly. Visitors as not only fostering but getting good The board or r ,:,,,nt)'

I' longer, wet or dry. It Is now and strangers to a town do loners of Bradfri Comm
at the Post Office at Starke, FloridaE. roads. The hard licks put In by 'uoly,
Matter Mira Loma, whatever that means. just the very same thing when ida met In regular "810b M' 4la""I

S. Matthews, ____________________ Owner and Publisher -Times-Union. That's easy. Mira they come along,-Perry Herald. citizens of this county In bondIng Nov. 3rd 1930, W'I, n, alt! :MM
"star"; Loma "dirt" literal their county and getting cooperation present as follows, ,, pmb"f,
Robinson ____ ..Managing Editor 'are to ROLL CALL 1931 chairman. J. J. ,II .?.4
J. C. ------------------- translation. of state agencies ( '?'')?? ?
. . . all.the public schools! in Drt
---- -- ---- Putting G. W
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-- that good
- --- be today In the traffic "
Telegraph writer Florida under direct control of the Osteen. A
headline -
SUBSCRIPTION RATE Starke Americans-beaded by the president -
state and doing away with county merges here over state highways
In getting poetical. Here are I of the. United States, who is Minutes of In .
Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable In Advance two from last week.'. Issue "Tor- boards of Instruction in order to One and Two. the official head of the American adjourned meet ,.',r andl'"I

Advertising Rates on Application nadoes Tie Alachua Fri." and reduce expe'nse and give country With these two main arteries of Red Cross- will this year, l In accordance adopted. reads'{

-"- _m_ - ... "Starke Will Play III Springs Today schools at least eight months terms travel In use Lake City and Columbia -
custom Dyer couii', ,
," Wauchula Advocate. every year, was advocated at the county could hardly hays 'I ,?
. U Politics oil the boards for a few months.o -0-' meeting of the West Coast Education been blamed,, if they bad accepted open its roll books between ford and Union> .M
.. and ed ., ppti
last 'Armistice Day ThanksgivingDay. before tli. i It ,,,
S H : The Starke Telegraph! has the Association In Tampa their present allotment as their get '
Irl In doing so It an qualnted with .
opens opportunity t. ", ,
i I boat looking and most appropriate week. It Ua plan that If properly goal. But this Is far from being iim ant
days left before Christmas. to man, woman and make short
: Forty shopping every a t.K, ,
: "single wrnpper" In the state. It carried out would probably be' an the case. Interest is keen today In child to participate In the whole work. ruing,, t,,
, .w ; 0 Is decorated with a two-color\ Improvement on the present sys- fostering the completion of state

ti II !ii"; Rising Gasoline Taxes Opposed-headline. Ditto for all lustraton: of a strawberry.-Cler- tem. But as It will require It is a constitutional not- road 28 all the way between here ''to broad share scope in of the Red happiness Cross activities that the, bills Commissioner for medlrln., .,,1,i.t, ,hat
amendment III i
and Bunnell as well as the early "Ollpl'\
? other taxes. mont Frews. Red Cross brings! to subscribe to the county l h. J JW.
1..; likely to be"put In operation for completion of state road 82 from jail ,,", jr, \
'Ii 0 the traditions and Ideals that be- BaIsden for \II, ',
Stnr.Florida '
. i'' No one has any money In a several years to ('ome.-Oc'\la here to Waycross. Both are Impor- ?"val\
. ; hard to understand the necessity of being only half --0- long to this great and unique Reports of N i,, 'I\ "imwrhJ,
/ i; It's newspaper ofllrn: the day before tant highways to the state as an M
'r ,J American 'Institution. Jr., justice of
p. ,
: except the society editors authorities are goingto entirety and to Columbia county qty.' Pe,
sunrise. day
i shot at pay
; )" Now Is a good time to get better Jordan. home d i
who know how to gave.-Times- have a problem, their hands especially. Road 28, when and If .ivll81rallj
0 with the Red Cross agent, Cfeo. A. ,, ,, ,,
l the thou- acquainted < iuinn" , COUnj
In handling
f little thts winter would
Union. Usually all have a completed the entire way,
! :I' .t Bulb growing is taking its place among other Bradford change to' lend the editor of the sands of tramps 'already making provide a straight shoot for motorists to see that you and your commun- judge and lnspe< )
ity are making the full use of your received and ordelt, ,i ;1i1"11;
i i. county industries. financial column. their way I Into the state.- entering the state via Lake
Mrs. ,
Eva Gain
; Red Cross opportunities. v ,
'The visitors '' )
\ wInter' of Florida. wared I
t.- o 0- City to the east coast / fore the
Ji I Is that come to Starke' may be Those of us who have reared board and ,, .1 h> ii t pay (
beliefs routes
Listed among the odd As It l is now they have two
Clermont Press observes that alimony is hot love suffer- nursing\ Brownie run;/ ., I ,
one that the devil will get, you If tramps but those who come to by way of Jacksonville\ and Orlando families acquired waistlines,. per oner In the j Pi
ing from frost bite. you cut your nails on Sunday. Highlands county are exactly the Road 28 would not only haps enjoyed a measure of* prosperity made count :Mali'(|

0 Starke Telegraph. And bad luck opposite, therefore we think you save considerable distance over will be grateful for' the and carried 1l1.). u 1.00 day for 24 .
per .
:'i\\ dentist the of Boring. Another will overtake you ,If you clean 'should localize your statements.Sebrlug .- both existing routes but would chance to turn our minds back Mrs. Jim Prevatt dot
Quincy has a by name asked
them on 'rlday.-Green Cove News.! Highlands county alao provide a new scenic drive momentarily, to recall afresh the to bury her uncle for h.
"painless" operator? Springs Times. will have both .classes-the sameas certain to please. Panorama of war, to see again the Henn Phm
She allowed ,
was ..
to 0 --o- every other county of Florida It U gratifying to learn that In spectacle of youth and Ideals on $ "in for t

being unfortunate Starke Telegraph. The hobo has! road 28 proud parade. We will be thank- purpose.
for counties
"Punish no one all of the
: for weekly Annie. Surtaln
; Weather this time of changes too rapidly a wan
year /' says Governor Carlton, as always been with us and will con- agitation Is taking form toward ful for the emotional experience from the react
list, ]
to comment on' it. relates to those In Florida from tinue to be with us just as sure as Insuring a completion of the route of picturing again the sacrifices left the pauper Joe she hat,

0 other states. Wisely said, and also winter comes. Green Cove for its entire distance. As it Is made at that time on behalf of stricken county from Hodgei v

the governor's advice to give Springs, Times. now the road ,I is finished from honor and of home. And then pauper roll. j.
Is the seniority of a rear admiral determined by the speed Box was stricken from the paul
when realize that similar
.moo- we sacrifices -
home people the preference In pro- Lake City to a point seven miles roll for one
used in going to the rear? viding employment. Marianna Only two other counties In Flor- south of Keystone Heights whereIt are being enacted dally on Tax Collector, C A

o Florldan.! ida have property' assessed at a Is necessary to travel over a nar- the sick beds of government hospitals seated his error and Knight, pi
higher value than Bradford- and that veterans are continuing Insolvent t
shorten life unless 0-- row country road from Grandln to port for 1929
Times-Union thinks kissing does not showing the folioIng
/ And now they again are goingto VVakulla assesses on a 90 percentbasis Interlachen there connecting with to wrestle with the same sort amounts of

' indulged in on a crowded highway.The try Sidney J. Catta for the alleged -' ? Putnam 80, per rent while the Oalnesville-Palatka highway.The of problems that vexed them in the collected General county fund taxes J1J321 I i u
o manufacture of bogus mon- Bradford pays on a'62 Mi per cent state should by all means, hectic days of 1918, I am sure that interest and sinking fund .

public' will not hear anything more from the self- ey. It is extremely doubtful It basis. Hardee and Hendry counties complete a road on which so much' we will be glad of the Invitationthat' bridge) $7638.46 gent(nand I'

v' It is possible to get ,.any twelvemen are,?..assessedtpn a basis of 20 percent has already been,.expended. For comes to all of us IndivIdual-I school $2464.00, widow's

made man until the next campaign. In Florida, to agree that Catts i ., That0fneansone\ thousand several ,years so'!' rapid has been ly to join the 'American $123.20. agricultural $I23.20o pens,

o Is guilty of anything.Green Cove,, I dollars worth of taxable'' propeprty state, construction .of main highways through the local chapter or I standing $123.00, building 312 i:

t Palatka folks want to get the completion of state road 28 Springs Times. In Bradford pays to. the state that the counties have laid branch. The opportunity Is be- 20, fine and forfeiture. J482!
$8.65, while, 8 same amount of conditions fore us. By taking out the
o back their But
on oars. mem'l sub-school 2945.93, bonded
out of the budget and under the wheels. i II
held In county bershlp that is awaiting ,
be pendry pays
The State Bull Sale will property seem to have undergone a great I school $1965.43, polls $4900,4
o here October 28. and about five $2.56. Bradford is not In positionto change and the necessity has again pledge our interest in, and supportto tal 1728148. Said report i
hundred people from outside of be paying..part of the state tax risen for the individual countiesto not only war service but all the II
If a husband admires his wife's good looks, the wife accepted and ordered filed
the county are expected to attend. for other countIes. but that Is what organize and pull the necessary other Important activities of the
The following were placed j
should admire her husband's good taste.They're -Monticello News. And the next she is doing.:"-'Starke Telegraph. strings to get what they are en- American Red Cross. the widow's pension roll: N

o one will begin In Tallahassee the That's ,,the big trouble with our titled to. This being the case the Just at the present time thereIs Alice Thomas 1 child, I350|

still broadcasting about springtime in the first Tuesday after the first Mon- state system of taxation. What active work of Palatka to the south! a. great need of some organized month for 4 months. Mrs A|
will be done about It?- body to take care of the and
day In 1931.-Green Cove Springs can or and Lake City to the north in poor A
Thomas, 5 children, $17SOi
Rockies but the tourists not going there. sick, in |
are Times. Tallahassee State News awaking and holding the interestof our town. If you do not month for four months
-0- wish to join the Red Cross as a,
o -- the counties In between should There being no further bun
President Hoover says we must Flortdans returning from trips bring forth the desired results. member please make a generous
the board adjourned until then
the dam is the
Tallahassee State News big greatest
says take care of the comfort of thoseof to northern states report a new at- While the entire section traveledby donation towards this work so that regular meeting to be held I

asset! of that section. For relieving one's mind? our citizens who are In "honest titude toward,florida, new friendliness this highway will no doubt people who are in need can be first Monday in December, 193'

o I difficulties." Atta boy. Herbl! We and an ardent Interest in benefit the most, stilt sight must helped during the winter. Roll Call O. :W. Alderman, Cl.

have already taken care of the the opportunities, to be found here. not ,be lost of the fact that this Is will begin Monday morning Nov.. .
Tallahassee Daily Democrat prints the best joke of the other class by providing food, This Is as I If, should; be. Florida's an all Important link In the com- 10th and continue. through. the TRAIN SCHEDILE

week in an editorial heading: "Floridians Never Thirst." clothes and heat in our, jails.- population hap been drawn from plete state highway system. week. Local No. 1, southbound, d

o Tampa Life. every state in the union and It will ----0 Mrs, G. P. Raymond Starke, 11:11 p. m.

-o-- continue to be, ao drawn. All this UNION C-ORN CLUB BOTH Secretary. Local No. 11, southbound i d
Heflin to
Alabama Senator
retired private
, Democrats state asks for is truth. Unfriendly .
Senator Fletcher to ua I'ROOt'CK CORN CHKA1 Starke, 11:13 a. m.
life without pay as a reward for bolting the ticket two years the other day that his political am- : people who have lied about ROUTINE MATTERS IlKFORK. Limited No. 107 soutbboni

ago. bition Is to go Into the senate next I Florida must have discovered thatIt ThIs year twenty-five Union BOND TRUSTEES due Starke,. 10:41 a, m.

t x term without opposition. Strikes did not get them anything. Flor- county club boys grew an acre Limited 191 southbound, d
0 us most of the senator's reelections ida is the most prosperous state in of corn each under, supervision of The, board of bond trustees of Starke, 10:36: p. m.

; Filling speaking dates on his vacation keeps Congressman have been so nearly without the country today,? and its prospects Mr. L. T. Dyer, county agent. Bradford county, met Nov. 4th, in Locals Northbound:

Green's lungs in good condition for congressional ses- opposition that he might be satls- for Increasing; prosperity are These boys have recently harvested regular session with the folloW- No. 2, due Starke, 6. 41 a m

sions. fled with his batting average so I plainly In,view., ;From the north their corn, finished up their ing members present: E. S. Mat- No. 12. due Starke, 3.05: p. i

fur. His opponents are merely soon will porn the vultures. But records and made their exhibits at thews, chairman O. Haynes, J. Limited No. 108. due Stir)
o H. Rltch,. W. E. Torode. Minutesof
Iin vastly greater'number will come
gluttons for punishment. Lees- the annual 4-H Club Contest at 6:63: p. en.Starke .
Road building in Florida has gone ahead at such a pace burg Commercial. the folks 'that Florida loves substantial Lake Butler. the last meeting were approved. and Wanne Bran

that tourists. can pick' a new route through the state eachwinter. 0 ,, 'desirable friends and Some very Interesting figuresare .The board No. 101 leaves Starke 7 a. m, .
I I wJtiLwhom agreed to allow Mr.
will almost neighbors Florida peo- daily <
Gilchrist county given out by Mr. Dyer on 102 arrives 2:40 p. m.
hare. complete new set of county ple, are glad PrQ share the good growing corn under Improved Hough, and others to use the cept Sunday.

o I officers If Governor Carlton followsthe things oabjjp4an,; i / >>>, Jfjre -Mel* methods. While a few of the boys county grading machinery for T.' J. Grlfflo! lien

'; The Business'Men's' Club should make an effort to have grand Jury's recommendation bourne e".t! did not carry out his plans In fertilizing grading a road It being understoodthat ; grin-dull
I Blue Bus
i the Canadian owning the local canning plant to put' for removal of the present Incum- _" 0 and proper seed and made ', the county crew In charge"ofI 'Southbound U
company '' I the. machinery and that all labor :37 a. m.
bents.-Starke Telegraph. Having Yes,, som,, lght or ten 'years low yields the average for all the ,
it in operation. recommended that grand juries be ago, a canning factory here would boys was bushels per acre at a cost fuel, lubricating oil and greases a. m., 4)07) p. m., 6:37: p. 01,1

'. abolished he is not bound to follow not make a 'go of It. due very of 45 cents! per bushel. The cost be paid for by the parties desIr- 40 p. m. -: 1'a.
ing the road. Northbound 4BO: a.m.
) The radio removed one uplifting drain on the small)) town their recommendations, and Is not : largely to, excessive freight rates, includes labor at 10 cents per 4.23 mlp. '
After 1:63 m., p.
of bills m. :
that payment routine ,
In the best position to point with and to the fact no market exIsted hour fertilizer seed and 5.00 p.
cash-the chautauqua and for that blessing we should worry the board adjourned. m.
t pride at their findings.-Tallahassee for the products of ,the fac- for rent of land.It .
\ over a little static. State News.One tory. All,_that?has been changednow. has been Mr. Dyer's plan for Tickets and nest
Mount ,
Dora Frock and Frill Service Station
Freight rates are lower and I
0Tuesday's a S ., the boys to Improve their acres Shop
,. best the competition between the northern opened. courthouse.
of the neatest printed
with cover crops before planting
have had to do with
election not anything
may edited and most Interesting FlorIda : canneries Is not so keen or: their corn and he states that the

,, it, but a New Port Richey man'started advertising for a three papers received in this office dtadly, and there is a steady demand four boys who turned under hairy

horsepower kicker.Bootleggers Is the Bradford County Telegraph, And a ready market for vetch last spring made an averageof

o published at Starke. "dene" Matthews wholesome, home canned goods. 75 bushels of corn at an aver- Keep Check

is owner and publisher andJ And right In this community there age cost of 34 cents per bushel
are claiming they are not getting an even C. Robinson Is managing editor -; are thousands' of dollars worth of while the highest yield of 91 bushels -

break since qne in Miami was convicted for selling a pint of of this 53-year-old newspaper. : farm gardeuvand grove produce was made at a cost of only 23

water to a prohibition agent. We read each Issue from "klver to I goingto absolute waste for want cents per bushel. In almost every on] [Paying Bills

klver." KIssimmee Valley Ga- of a canning ;factory to conserveIt. case, according to Mr. Dyer, the
o lotte.. We are not going to be lIatlsI higher the yield the lower the cost

That Fort Myers man who took to the woods for a year .- .0"- fled until some enterprising: energetic per bushel of corn.

,lit with only what nature had provided him and an extra set ofrJ Noting that the United States I .and far; eeln : party Installsa Al the 4-H Club Contest recently With aChecking,
upends'" $2,448,633.561: annuallyon canning fad'/ry./n/ / Fort Meade held at Lake Butler,""the '
false teeth evidently believes a man marches on his stomach. .,
t "
; 1 public education the Christian Its need Is apparent-It's a crying boys brought these facts out very

j, 0 --- - Monitor says that "It seems like a need. The" field Is wide open, no forcefully in a demonstration with

: i large bill until compared with competition. -Fort Meade Leader charts and piles of corn to repre-

Tuesday some others such as that for to- -o- sent each yield. They also Included -
blu''o--U.I41.220.000-- until : "n bbY" Robinson of the Starke the farmer AccountPaying
Ri E Florida pays $6 per day, less than the expense of a_ day'sstay the relative value of what Is 'Telegraph had a night, oft from ing his average average yield at 10 bushelsper giv-

J y in Tallahassee. bought Is considered." A five cent homo duties think 'twas one acre at a cost of $1.00 per

0 - tax on those tobacco dollars would night last week-which event he bushel which Is not far from cor-
w. give a hundred million dollars to celebrated by taking up position at rect.
''#;\{ Stores on the less crowded streets are favored by women help out with the school funds.- a busy corner In Starke. And thlaU After the demonstration, Mr. by check is the convenient

r4 shoppers, and a merchant loses many a dollar because park- Melburone Times. what happened according to his Dyer made the statement that If

ingspace in front of his store is filled with cars the day --o- 'own admission: "After countingseven the farmers would adopt the businesslike by
One has only to drive over cars with one or more defective proper methods In growing way-the way
in the corn
through of employees and others working locality.
Florida highways these days to lights passing a street corner they could more than double their .

, ,, 0- realise what a debt we owe to the 'within a space of ten minutes. It yield per acre and reduce the cost which you receipt your own bills
I I Judging from the 24-page souvenir edition of the Florida state road department for draIn- I should be considered' remarkable per bushel more than half. Tbe

I > Independent at' Orlando issued last week, that section is already -, ing our lands and providing a good I there are not more accidents from farmers will do well to take les-
'\ pasture alongside the hardsurface that cause oq the narrow highways sons In corn growing from the corn and have your Bank 'keep books
: : enjoying the blessings coming from a bumper tourist for the cattle.-Starke Telegraph.Now at night."There are many sides to club boys.

, ";. and citrus crop.' This edition officially opened the winter season If somebody would only provide this thing pf having a bit of lee- for
' '
1 in that city and the publishers of the Independent are to a safeguard for the cattle way'obcl':'Jn, ),while. :In this Instance ARMisTICE DAY PROGRAM .w. you.
from passing care! Bronson above referred to there Is -
.4! be congratulated on their big edition. Journal. And do not overlook the the serious' thing of allowing the The Woman's Club of Starke

r 0 swine. Green Cove Springs i one-eyed autos and ,trucks to runaround will sponsor an Armistice Day pro- Inquire Today

Ocala Star reminds its readers that winter time is the Times.It loose; .then there is the gram at the club house Tuesday

i ,1, in Florida: for show promoters who want to evade the ----- I,very useful (lesson for married men afternoon. Nov. 11th at 3 o'clock. .,
' season Is easy to keep a town clean that when they do have a few Mr. Melville' E. Johnson, from STARKE
.'t ti' 'license tax by getting under the wing of "benefit" perform- healthful and attractive and It spare moments at their disposal Gainesville! will be speaker of the BANK OF

!t ances. Coming into a town in this manner the promoter es1'1' costs 'so little. Go after every they can always find something day, after which several appro-

i capes the license tax, generously allows the local organization weed and bit of rubbish about your useful and patriotic to do, And priate musical numbers will be .?. AN HONOR ROLL BANKE.
premises and get them on the !' we are for "Hobby" In his war on rendered l'tl r....,E. K. Ferryman :
to foot all bills and leaves for ,the next stop with practically heap at once. It pays handsomely trouble makers on the Highways..- will be In charge of the program. S.:Matthews Pres. B. J. Davis, Cashier

all the clear cash. to have civic pride la Tout town Gainesville Dally Sun The publlo la cordially Invited. .-

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