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 14, 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: VID04785
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-IfESTATION-- Circuit CourtIn Cattle Tick Ban t--t.\\-mt's_---J.-PHOOKAMATIO.VI -- -- .-., Road Members Tornadoes \Win ELECTROCUTION a''.

A COVER, SecondVeel\ { Is Lifted From city, K.ot the C.Starke week Wall, Florida Ot mayor{November" of, .proclaim the- Pledge Building From Chief land LAWUPHEDBY }' l

17111' to 22nd, as clean-up I .

SAYS OFFICIALS -- More TerritoryHradfoiil week.' RoadToPalatka In a slow game at Chief land I II SUPREME COURT

Galncy f'l\cn 1O Year<< The cooperation of the civic Tuesday/ afternoon, tho Tornadoes I I

I j organizations the city I defeated Chlefland high; school II I

Thursday afternoon is hereby solicited for the, Nessloiat
0-0. At no part of tho game was
| If All/ *(roves i to Itrouulo shay was fl4''.tl fart of Jl1\1tl an l Four city olllduls and the public lannrhxn Keystone 1 I Beversew I'lrrnlt ('uurt order In
lul t |II1"I".t.I.| ContinualUll >" ( . to Oilier 0\1111111 Are generally Is urgently requested llclglte. :Monday \\rll the outcome sure for Chisflandpregented It IK'111)lilt It ('.....t.. WI4i
lie ( by .ItHlutAdkina lI'n'cto Almost
IttnefltttMl.Unhampered to lend every possl- .\thmolt..l.Approximately . a fighting team that -
years In the IttJltt' prnlunMiV .. that may held their own against! a The state supreme court Wednesday -
assistance we
',"; of the federal quaran- )' for iiKsaultlll Intent movement of cattle have our among the OC delegates heavier, team. upheld the validity of the r d,
due to the city
products .
dill,, ,, Florida to murder Author Oriels. Jill rrnnean fruit fly la to be efU HHH uoundisl In tlw, arm from that section ot Duval countyto cleanest of the unto ot Flor- from every county along the route slowed down considerably by the Florida electric chair law, In reversing 1

, :N..V( IS, P. A. Hoidale, In by a bullet Intriulwl<< for onto the west and north ot the St. liU Harold ot state road 28 attended the luncheon poor} condition of playing field plus an order of the circuit

,,rg,' ,11 i the eradication head- of the llllt I polltlotllOTM.. Johns river and l from Nassau, Clay, .. C Wall.Commissioner '. meeting at Keystone Inn, the hard tackling of a plucky, court of Bradford county
( Orlando was advised Gllchrlst and Levy -- r Keystone Heights Monday, the
,at Hontoiife tli'terral oniahuj's
: tough light team. The law was attacked by J, W,
, sda "i Lee A. Strong, chief of ( "' '('01111 (ron\lfti! of counties, will he possible effective purpose of the meeting being to The ball was continually going Biuhanun, Taylor t,
county farmer, +
quarantine and control with Intent to murder December 1 it was announced in I present a united effort to secure ,,
plan assault Of over from one team to the other, sentenced: to death for the murder
[!minimi ntlon. i:: |withdrawal< on that date of all in theWatcifMtk the monthly meeting of the slate route. The meeting was opened
\ place clear a church most of the time. The Tornadoes bition
Game agent Mobray and J. n. tr
Inter- Department following the lunch-I' y
restrictions on Immediately
(gaining section just priorto live stock sanitary board. threatened several times but only Brandt, another Federal agent, '
of host fruits from served the delegates, and j,
lie movement and several ofhlx On that date the federal cattle eon
alney scored: once. The score came late killed raid
were during a on Buch-
area ot the state has'n I Briefs State Law the following; officers were unanimously y
tick quaranatine will be formally
* friend dpwrnillng" UIM>IIStarke In the second quarter and the extra anan' farm.
authorized: by Secretary ot with the ('x1"" lifted from the area, the announce- elected: point failed.
[rlfulture Arthur M. Hyde, Mr. Intention of shooting ment stated Since July 1 the ter- }OJ, S. Matthews, Starke, president upholding the law, the supreme -
After the Chlefland gave
game .
Woodward Outline Hunting Rules : court held that the superintendent ,t
Resuoltiona ,
[ong said. request- It out with the, officers ritory has not been under state tJohn the team a supper which was '
For OuklNllre'of ,Nlmro* of the State Prison had a 'ry
adopted by the W. Campbell, Palatka,
this action were \ Jenkins HontenrH quarantine regulations but free
: Elicit: maa greatly enjoyed by all, especially .
During Open Heaiwm.Commissioner legal right to act as executioner,
its vice
monthly executive
board at president.
;ie plant to throe years" '' In the stateIx'nlUntlury. movement of cattle has not been the Impromptu speeches made by I
'Palatka that his act was one of the "public
Gainesville last Friday. II. II. Tanner, secre
cling In allowed, the federal rules requirIng '
the Starke players.Election "
C. C. Woodward, functionary, and that he was carrying .
of the federal ,
lifting tary.
With the Ernest: Uault'rMon N'ecived that such shipments could be .. .. '
of the Florida department of game out a "mandatory function."
the picking up and For vice presidents representing -
arantlne certification.
a nine month sentence In the made only under
and fresh water fish has issued Tho act was attacked on the
posal( of "drops, "culls" and state The official clearing; the five each county traversed by road Returns
InMan II" automatically will\ IH-II. of an outline ot brief hunting rules 28, the following names were pre- ground that the provision namingthe l
ThHlor6 Itox was given aid counties and the northern part
be required ot grove own- for the guidance oj eager nlmrods sented by the nominating commit. prison superintendent as 1 un
iso to ( day sentence In the county Duval makes 36 of the 67 Florida i Canvassed Today
will be faking to fields executioner
who soon made it Illegal. Attorney -
be further Ui tee
Is to no : :
There J..I1.The. counties that will be tick free, It I
i>of property certificates beging was pointed out by Dr. J. V. and' water places at" tJua slate Flagler county, Z. O. Holland, II I 'B for Buchanan contended'
15th and The deer huntl.x season opens.. The canvassing; board met Monday the superintendent was neither an
[ with the , the pret- Tallahassee; state veterinarian Bunnell.
fall term of circuit court Knapp: of .
Nov 20 and closes,j>*c. 31. Bucks at the courthouse and counted elected officer l
l regulations as to packing for three days of this and secretary to the Clay county, II. S. Walrath, Keystone : appointed by ; ,;
was occupied only may be shot and the day's bag tho ballots cast in the general the governor. 4. '
'.ie sanitation, shipping permits week in trial of criminal cases, board. He explained In that connection -
d 1 quarantine line Inspection BIwill eradica- limit Is one. OnlT two deer may Union county, J. W. Townsend, election of Tuesday Nov. 4th. Voting Buchanan was remalnded to the
of the civil that systematic
first cases coming up a '
be discontinued as ot that be taken In a season ft'jk'one hunt Lake Butler, was light in all eight precinct custody of the superintendent of .
Is under .
Thursday, and likely to occupy the tion program now way '
er 0. Bradford county It. C. Wall, of the courtly Congressman Green the Stale Prison who will carry
e balance of the week In their dis in the other part of Duval county ,
intensive field inspection by the The season on quail, turkey and Starke. securing the largest number of out the sentence of the trial court
posal. Of the criminal cases com- and in St. Johns, Flagler, Marlon,
i' ral! forces will be continued Volusla and of cat squirrel Is open from Nov., 20 Columbia county, Roy Chapman I votes cast for any candidate, 326, an soon as the governor Issues a , 1
pleted through Wednesday no sen- Putnam, a part +
leflnltely in respect both to to to Feb 15. It is unlawful to hunt Lake City. i Major K. S. Matthews! running second death warrant setting; the date f
tences had been given, these being Lake county, with the dipping
and in turkeys with dogs, Marsh hens or \V. A. ShanJa member of the with 313. TliIn represent The decision of the
ill In the groves, deferred until the end of the term begin next spring In the rest of supreme
houses, Mr. Strong stated as Brownie Gainey was convictedon Lake county and In Citrus, Indian rails may be shot, In salt water state road hoard from the second slightly over one-flghth< of the court was five to one In favor of ,'

[,reraiition against the spread of two charges of assault with Intent River, Orange, Seminole, St. Lucie marshes only, from Sept 16 to congressional district assured the registered voters of the county. reversal Justice Brown dissent q, j
,Infestation which.may develop counties. Nov 30. Ducks geese; brant, members present that he was confident All four of the constitutional ed. Justice Klllit:: wrote a special
to commit the Jury and Sumter
doves, snipe and coots may be shot amendments were carried by good opinion In concurring
| the future1. Should the fly be finding him guilty In the first case The board members were offi- that the letting of the contract ,
from Nov 20 to Jan. 31. Duckson for that majorities, the second amendi. Duchanana was saved from the
;mered by the Inspectors, they of assault with intent to commit cially advised ot the plan to lift surfacing stretch of t
11 I report the Infestation to the murder In thef" second degree Ills the quarantine regulations by Dr. Lakes lamonla and Jackson In road from Florahome to Palutka ment providing for adoption/ of the chair one week before he was to 's
Leon county and Mlccosukee In Inheritance tux, polling the (argent have died last " "
A death
tie authorities, whq will Instl- second trial for shooing) Ed Stan- T. W. Cole the inspector in would be awarded In the Immediate war- ,
1m- Leon and Jefferson counties can future vote. That amendment exemptingnew rant already bad been Issued
eradication work In hla
>effective tick eradica- and that t the comple-
In the cattle
ley in the foot, resulted a ver- charge of
dlately, intent efforts in Florida bo shot only on Monday, Wednesday tion of the link from San Mateo Industries from taxation for a ruse, but the rourt order cancelled
ot with
dict guilty of assault tion co-operative I
and Friday1'each ,week I period of fifteen year ..was evidently tile warrant,
The official: status of Florida in States to Bunnell would be carried out as .
.tg commit murder In the first by the United Departmentof
The haw limit for"a- day on stall less in favor jot the voters, Buchanan In
Mediterranean was the
the difficulties
pert to fly, soon as some wllh the unique situation -
degree. These trials/ were the out- Agriculture. ,
-r the withdrawal ot the federal assassination iqs 16 ; on ducks, 16; doves, 26; federal bureau of roads were iron OS I voting against; the proposed of having been under sentences I
the -
come of attempted geese, C; brant, S ; cat squirrel I, amendment and 111 for.
the ed of life
urantlne, will be exactly ot a police nicer !In Starke :1HS. MVV POWKLL IMKM out Imprisonment and 1 ,
' the 16 ; coots, 20; galllnules. IS; rails John W. The results announced by the death at the
| ie U it was before dlsrovery several months ago, in which Luther Campbell Palatka, opened same time. He wall
the first Infestation In April, Grlflts was wounded, and later Mrs. Lucy Caroline Powell, 83 or marsh hens, 25); and rails or the' meeting, outlining the canviiHHlnn board are as follows) sentenced to life Imprisonment on

!9, according to. Mr. Strong. when he barricaded himself in a years of age, one of the well galllaules together, 26. purpose\ of the affair and Intro- It. A. Green, congressman, 326. conviction of killing Brandt. The

lit the United States Depart- fllllng station north of town and known residents of Starke, died at The season's bag for one hunter duced Eugene S. Matthews of H. A, Gray, secretary ot state death sentence resulted later when

Riot Agriculture now considers was wounded in an exchange; of her home Tuesday afternoon at 4 on any game bird Is limited to 200. Starke, who presided 290 ha went on trial for the slaying 4
safe to remove restrictions on shots with city and county otncers.Calney o'clock following a short Illness. There is no open Benson on Speeches were made by Mr. Glenn Terrell, justice supreme of Mobray t

i pmeiiu from the state evidences was unable to stand trial at She was the wife of the late Dr. duck (summer duck), fox squirrel, Matthews, Col. J, S. Hllburn, state court, 228. In reversing the Bradford coun- '

confidence in the success of the the spring term of court on account Tate Powell and was one ot the doo deer, plover yellowlegs swan senator-elect from Putnam county J, H. \Vhltn ld, Justice supreme ty circuit court, the supreme court '

(idlcatlon measures conductedrIng ot his wound and has been oldest and most beloved citizens of woodcock, all Imported game and( ; Representatives If. S. Mcl<:ln- rourt, 230. bench held the organic provision

the spring and summer of held In the county jail. the county all non-game birds--except, the lie and T. C. Douglas Putnam Mrs it. I.. Eaton'; railroad commissioner "does not command--____ Hint .all mate '

!J9, Other cases disposed of are: Mrs. Powell was born in Cald- following which are unprotected: county; Rep C. A. Roberts,. Union 2.14.K. and county functions not other-'

final) decision In the matter has'n George Neal, murder lit the first well county North Carolina, and English parrow.. darter/sharpnhlnned! county; Rep, J. .). Larson, Clay ,S. Matthews railroad com- wise, shall. be performed by officers '
reached( It was explained, degree; continued. was united In marriage to Dr. hawk ( ), Coopen's county; Representative Warner, 11118111 1IOI', 313. who are elected by the peopleor ..'

I Iy) after reports were received Robert Nolan and Oslo Prevatt, Powell In 1867, moving to Starke hawk (big blue darter), goshawk Flagler/counly/ and Mr. G, M, In- N I), 'Valli wright, representative appointed by the governor." '

'm Deli] Inspectors as to the re- the great horned owl, crow, of Starke 302, ?
continued. I shortly after. She spent man who acted all per- The prison superintendent Is y'
'Is of an Intensive effort to sere John Holman, murder In the greater portion of her life in jackdaw, flying squirrel, panweasel sonal representative of Senator K.M. J, M. Rosier county commla- named by the ,board of commissioners .' ;

"oml>lance: with the present first degree; not In custody. Starke and among friends aDd skunk, flying squirrel, panther, Johns of Starke, who was de- slonei', 103. of state Institutions. He. {nE!

(inflations In regard to grove Karl Thomas and' Clarence relatives: In North Carolina. Mrs. bear o'possuro, red and' grey fox, ta'neit! on court matters. George J. G I. Crews, county commissioner therefore, the opinion said, "Is a' ,
alligator and rabbit.
auup A gratifying satisfactory Hick, assault to commit murder. Powell had been enjoying good R. Hills, Jacksonville member of 104, public functionary," and as

lion of the citrus producing Ernest Raulerson, aggravated thought the strain of a recent visit WILL :MKKTIV : : present and uddreastid the meotIntf. 188. Buchanan' contention that the .
"e, Mr Strong asesrted. In many in North Carolina O, W. Hlnson, commissioner.
assault,, verdict guilty to relatives ST.titKFTOMOltltOtV: /< county first sentence of life Imprisonment

'trlcts\ nearly 100 per rent re- Klbcrt Jenkins, assault with Intent proved too much for her advanced -- Eugene; S. Matthews Sturke, 211. should be carried out before the ?
"al of drops and wlnfalls tiav- age state railroad commissioner R, T, Onteen. county commissioner second t
to murder, verdict guilty The Bradford County Teachers presided sentence could be exacted
{; been reported. Theodore Box, setting fire to Funeral services were conduct- Association will meet 1n Starke over the meeting which was 100.Jan. also walt denied. The

woods, verdict guilty. Wednesday afternoon at 2:00: Saturday morning the ICth Itmt., marked by the attendance of W. A. ., T. Moore, school commissioner court set aside this claim/ supreme

'ornadoes Playummerfield G L. Sapp, receiving stolen o'clock at the Starke Baptist I at ten o'clock, In the school auditorium Shands, Gainesville, George II. 2011, opinion that',a more severe sentence -

property, continued. church, Mrs. Powell being one of Hills, Jacksonville, members of If. I). May, school commissioner, should take preference over l, '
TodayTh Brownie Galney and George I the founders of the church. Dr. The program will ba the same the state highway board. I 218.A. the /lesser one ,

Reddish, assault with Intent to 0. P. Raymond, pastor, conductedthe that was arranged for the last association Delegations from Bunnelt, Daytona H. Snrrency, school commissioner Circuit Judge A, Z. Adkins, of Jd

Tornadoes have their first murder, rontlnued.Brownie rites and interment followedat as that program was not Beach, Talatka, Starke, Lake 250.\ Stnrke, In granting a writ of habeas

''me name for four weeks, here Galney and George Crosby Lake cemetery under direction carried out because the time was Butler, Lake City and smaller J, H, Kelly' name all candidatefor corpus in Buchanan's case,

.afternoon when will take Reddish, resisting officers, contin- of the DeWItt C. Jones consumed by speakers from the communities affected by the com school commissioner was written : held, the electric chair law was Invalid '
the Company. Pallbearers were University of Florida. pletlon/ of the highway were also In on the ballot opposing A. and remanUeJl Buchanan to,

'ft' strong high school team ued.Otis W. Harry, disposing; of per- Messrs. J. W. Morgan, O.V, AI- The 1', T. A, will nerve lunch to i,Iln attendance. B. Surrency, and he received u total serve the previously Imposed life,

n'n"rt1l ummerfleld. in sonal property under lien. Instructed Berman, C. A. Knight, W. J. }.p- the teachers at 12:30: at the club [ Starke was represented by of 91 votes, fit\ of these voted term.
Summertleld -
I1t" 'hat verdict for defendant, person, E. M. Thomas, J, M. Mitch house. l Messrs. E. S. Matthews, W, F/. To- being cast In t the rooker<
" they are In great shape Brownie Galney, assault with ell. The beautiful floral offerings .-, . .... ''rode' O, M. Inman, J, C. Roblnaoo, For bond trustees, W. E. To- FIIIK- HK'HTHOVH: IIOAIM k

-1 t same and expect to give Intent to commit murder, plead testified to the love and esteem in WUX-KII: : ov .,.\lU: noin Lj.Wyitian. It Is the Intention rode received 180 rotes; J. H. -

'I' iho-tr adoes!:: a real fight not guilty which Mrs. Powell was held. tho association to have committees hitch, 145; E. S, Matthews, 187 ; Fire destroyed the country home t N,

( \\1.' diaappoplntlng Coach show'hleflaud Lewis Anderson, robbery, nolle Surviving her are four children, Two Jacksonville people were InJured at future meetings of the state ; Ovid ,llnyneg. ISO; L. W. Sowed. of Mrs Edwin Southern last

Tuesday! Mrs B. R. Hopson of Tampa, Av- road department to 156. The names of J, F.I<:lckllter Thursday
''v" 1 'as' been the Tor- prossed. early Friday afternoon when urge the Importance -I night at an early hour ,4

dl ''rough running hard scrljn"d Walter Mansell, burning woods! ,,ery Powell of Jacksonville: Tate the automobile in which they were of the early completion/ and J. F Hoiieer wore glared I while the family was away from ' ,

il some continued. Powell of Macclenny, Ned Powell going to Gainesville for the Flor of thU road and to tender their on the ballot, Klckllter receiving 3 I I home, the loss Including fur- '

"i'.came/ : they today.are In' top shape Walter Franklin, breaking and of Cincinnati, Ohio. ida-Alabama game was wrecked on services In any way to the road voted and llouser 28. >, nlMhlngs and clothing.; Origin of pt

TI'," entering, not in custody. the sharp curve near Kingsley department. I&. A, Illanchard was given S the blaze is not known. Mrs '
probable t't
lineup for today's"B" T.IST FOIl "Oil, K.\\ : AMiil: A resolution/ / of votes as constable for '
' will' bet: e---- Lake The machine was going at confidence In the district 1. Soothers and niece: leaving, tho' r

TI', 1, H. LB P. T. .\. WILL MKKTMiXT: : a high rate of speed and the driver state mad department was offered For constable III district two, | house" earlier In the evening and
THCUSIV The Presbyterian committeehas by Harvey II. Tanner and \v. n, Bryan received 121 rote not ,
M \'llan''!l LT was evidently unaware of the unanimously knowing of !It. destruction until -
. C.
the cast which has
l/it"f/' dangerous curve until too, late to / adopted, while another offered In opposition to Mr. Bryan the they'returned.While .

r , LaW'H The P. T. A. will meet Thursday been selected for the presentation slow down No marker of any by Col. it J, Hllburn out- name of Jacob J, Johns and Joe this house was burning:
The man ) afternoon the 20th Inst., at 3:00: of a Thanksgiving play Friday evening kind hare been placed on the road lined the alma and hopes of the Truby were written' In, John re- the fire alarm was turned In for &

Math/ no o'clock, in the school auditorium. November 21. at the ,club by the elate road department.!! Highway Number 28 Association ceiving 0 rotes, Truby 1. slight blaze at the H. C, Flitch 1}
nY nT
Inman, J, RE This month the meeting/ changed house. with curtain weight p. m. Pausing/ motorists brought the The resolution/ by Mr. Tanner Constitutional amendment to home on W call street, live coals I

Pui.' h from Wednesday to Thursday on sharp. Injured to Starke and they were follow; Sec 6, Art 9-For, 206; against' placed near the garage Il'nltlngth ;

J"1*"", $. LH QB account of having with us on The play will be "Oh.comedy Kay! by In treated by Dr, '. E. Mlddleton, Be It Resolved! that this association 21. side 'of: the building. The v

3h., Thursday Dr. Lancaster of the Adam Applebud; a and later were' removed to their appreciates the effort and Constitutional amendment to lames were extinguished by a gar

n Et"v University of Florida, an acknowledged three acts interlarded with mystery home In Jacnuonvllle, bualnens-IIke methods of the state S ec. 11, Art. 9-For, 229; against, den hose before the arrival of the
F and thrills and the talent
child psychology ) road department 19.
authority on employed in giving fire department.
itxllt: -:\ --.y1IITB ,. who will give an address oi> chosen will Include: I ++IMII IIIIIIIMIIMM 1+* Florida a most excellent system Constitutional amendment to .
) : :
Parent." Elltelle t Kendrick, Isabel Fernandez of highway and Sec 12, Art. 9-For. 111 Mil '
"The Child and the Y1TFR.CN! IIKOIMTFIt: assures the ; against, H.U.MK: IIOII.NK: I
Bradford County High Fathers as well as mother are Patricia Lamb. GraceWood department of our continued support 95. "
I"' 1 home room mothers met urged to attend. A vocal solo Mrs C. A. Futch, San An- World War Veterans of In their effort to complete all Constitutional amendment to Mrs Sullle Horde:; ; who has made

'};jlar morning at the residence will be given by Mrs. R. J. Davis. derson, C N. Christy. Lenthal" )- Bradford county are requested road now under construction at Sec 13, Art 9--For, 151 ; against, her home In Starke for the past

:, ter T J, Alderman president A short business meeting will be man, John Powell, and hare" been to call at Corpenlng's DrugStore the earliest possible moment. In 86. few months with her daughter.

!' p T A.decided. held and a prize given the grade While arrangements and register for the purpose order that there may be no financial Mrr. Frankle Hudson commercial

It WM to put on a mem- with the greatest attendance of made for procuring tickets In the of organizing an American lose to those counties that Tampa Monthly steamship teacher of the Bradford County 4

/nhip'1 campaign and a prize will patrons vestibule before the performance, J Legloa Post here. This have made contribution to such service between Tampa and Pacific High School was stricken with paralysis -

, Ilen! at the end of the school those desiring to avoid any possible list cover evry branch of ...rvice roads; port bat been Increased toaemlmonthlT recently She wall carried ; '

""to the room having the greatpercent St Augustine -- Work progressing delay or contusion may obtain and.every veteran should And Further that a record of by the Gulf-Pacific to Trenton Monday of last week

* of patrons who are rapidly on business block on tickets in advance by applying to feel It hU duty to help to organ the minutes of this meeting be furnished line. Six ship are employed In but never recovered She passed

'Sera of the P. T. A. I St. George street, containing three any Presbyterian, who will Instruct lie this Post. the governor of the, state this service, which touches Los way Monday and was burled In

n. meeting adojurned to meet : .torea and ...-room aparment the ticket commute to call Angeles San Francisco Seattle Trenton Tuesday afternoon at. 4.
mootlt above_ upon you > MMM lllltlMIIIIIM (Concluded on page 4.) and Portland o'clock.
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M. Wilson
State News Service ,
started a drive of their own gainIng -.- -. -" ., T ready has ont ,.tuwh' ,,, -

about 40 yards in a rapid! I ing manager house, headquarters located at citrus h<>re.Crestvlew ,clear- Plant I which |i. ..1111,1., .rru,!,: eaaal I

serlen of plays, but they were News of Florida in Short Paragraphs ----

B. H. S. JOURNAL"The stopped short on Ktarke's 2G yard Administrative appointees Orlando -- ;

line when they failed to make a crops out of Fiorill" of :I
won the offices of county all
Staff" first down by inches. and sheriff In Okaloosa increasing aft now a rellli
judge '
Moore kicked on the third down rounty. Lloyd C. Howell was Into bearing;, .Kcmd'h', "a8e* n,

Editor-in-Chief ________________ Milton Brownlee and Lake City passed 10 yard on r LIVE STATE NEWSTOLD -I elected judge over two opponents Issued by the rnltw," to V I
and four State
the next play, gained ,
Assistant Editor ___________________ Hazel Adkins with 890 votes. W. II. Mapoles par t ment of aKiiuiltiir, (
yards. through the line just as the bureau"
Sports Editor ____ ______________ Gary Overstreet half ended. was second with 629. aud Allen J. agricultural eeuiuimli.. here,
Literary Editor __________________ -- Muriel Silcox Thomas was Instituted for King was a poor third with 97. whole the crops< are from I
days to
Exchange Editor _________________ Annie }Mac PearceTK.U'HK.ll Miner at right tackle for Starke BY OUR EXCHANGESApalachlcola Lancelot Hughes won. the race for- year, the two report week- ahead 011' 1
John Steele Independent
sheriff over said Bean
Lake City kicked Moore returnedit .
IS yards. Sam made a tint ._ ... .., ._c-__- - .....,-.- ...- 973 to 599. reported moving i Ollt or Lake 0'w,
another meeting of the Nature chobee regionIncreasing
the down on. three plays and Eldredge -.One of the larg- of five cars per day of eggplant -- Rllmter rou'
Donald McRae
Study club. Its
: I
class poet read an original poem., added another in four trys. Brown- est hauls of mullet that has been squash, pepper and beans. Quincy The experiment sta- six: cars a day shipments to fit,
lee picked up three yards and Sam made near Apalachlcola for a num- tion located at Quincy is a valu- and small I','
4-A girls The following talks were given. tlons adding !
training to the
The teacher made 12 yards; Sam made two ber of Yl'ars'all when. Captain Gainesville More than 60,000 able asset to this community Not volume *' ,
method Tommy Cason-Cutworms. rate 'of two
Kelty's and
I I have been studying After Alma Thorton-DeE'nes. more yards. Two passes were incomplete Peter Parker and his crew broughtIn tung oil trees growing in the nursery only to this community but this three care a l
I of teaching American history in succession and this 45,000 pounds of this Ash of Dr. A, O. Pleas on the entire section of Florida. Through
themselves, they selected Dorothy Smith-Butterflies.
teaching cost the Tornadoes five yards. The Newberry road out of Gainesville, action of the Florida legislature -
from the fifth A recitation was given by Dor- '
1 fifteen pupils ball went bver and Lake City madea Brooksvllle Growers of Her- have been purchased by the Pen- additional acreage has been pur- Arcadia-As an attraction

\ grade: and The taught preparation them by this for othy The Smith.meeting was then adjourned. first down. The Tigers added nando county are busy at present insular Tung 011 corporation. chased for general activities. Soon, ehiblt for the Tinea tourist, .,

I method. two more first downs and threat- marketing the largest crops of These trees will bot transplantedon it will be possible to secure Infor- will attend the world i

, teaching was made<< by all of acted the end the goal. Sam turned' the fall vegetables; In the history of the the corporation's land near mation about practically any crop. here the first W""k !n ronven'.Januar'

t girls, but Annie The Mae fifth Pearce grade pupils Tim Inter NOD Club tables on them by [intercepting a county and are moving an average Gainesville. We are well off here.. small garden l Is to he planted
r as teacher. pass and running It back ten yards north of the tourist t '
( themselves In the place oft The program for the ramp,
put the third quarter ended. standard West Possibly the.largest garden l is to be
Nos Club Just as Daytona Beach A Key lOftxno
was reetl
the Inter
} colonial children and wrote meeting of Lake City they !
little under In
. i Latin words Alvarez:; made a yard and Eld- a punt leadership training school for Sun- federal prisoner in the historyof and If permission of another
Incident to construct as many
letters to a friend about some the hard that he was
hit man so
t happening In their life. All as possible from Julius Caesar redge a yard. Then Sam fumbled day school teachers' and other prohibition-and the first ever owner Is secured! in a few r
and Lake City recovered; Lake knocked cold. here Atlanta federal peniten- the garden. will bp
r of the letters were good but the Twenty-five points was given to church leaders will be held sent to 100x200 f re,
I following are representative of the one with the highest number. City then fumbled but recovered. There goodly sprinklingof November 9 to 14 under thet auspices tiary from, Key West on a liquor Jacksonville--HvaHnth* |a
Matheny Intetrcepted a pass. was a of a number of churches of: charge-left here tonight on the St. Johns river and its trlhm,
. ; the best: Moore kicked and Sternberg and Starkeltes Lake City Friday all He Is Rafael Henri- can be eradicated' in
of north
Plymouth, Mass, Kliqiu-tto: Club the city and for members trip ten year
: The team appreciatesthis
Wainwright stopped the receiver I afternoon. 302 net five feet two an estimated cost of
: Jj, Aug. 10, 1764. The Etiquette Club met Wednesday and will try to meritIt. denominations. quez, pound 14.500.00
Fred Nov. 6, In Mrs Carpenter'sroom. dead In. his tracks. Matheny I support Inches tall, facing four years and a cording to a report just subra
Dear :
smeared the next play for a yard of his to the Jacksonville
''+ Yesterday I had by first ride In'' i Howey Ople Read, dean of! day for conspiracy Two city com:

. t a stage coach and let me tell you The meeting was called to order : loss. A pass was grounded Alvarez and I The Whlrld-;;;;B. II. S. girls'basketball ] American authors and widely sons accompanied him. sion.
' of my adventure. As we were going by the president The roll was : Lake City re- outfit have been prac- known as a chautauqua speaker, -
,: across the mountains we pass- called and the minutes of the last i turned it 12 yards ticing dally and under the capable will be welcomed to his Florida Brooksvllle Growers of Her- Gainesville There In noted

.i". \ ed under a cliff. All of a suddena meeting were read by the secre-' Moore kicked on the fourth :' tutelage of Estelle Davis are residence here at a home coming i nando county are busy at present season In Florida on a nut
noise of down Lake fumbled the catch and celebration November 15 under marketing the largest crops of fall of birds and animals, ratty;
sounded above
voice for tough
into shape a
tary.Business Starke recovered on Lake City's rounding of the which are classed !
horse. was discussed. The auspices:: of the HoweylntheIIillboard vegetables in the history as vermin

the It said "Hands ups!" We look- meeting was then turned over to 40 yard line. Eldredge tore thru season ahead. of trade. county and are moving an averageof votees of the rifle and shotgun
; tackle for 12 yards and then. added of eggplant privileged to practice .
i' Into two Blx-shooters. the chairman. of the program and around five cars per days any tin
ed up There are rumors flying
k'' The voice again said "Unlock the following program was given: four more. Brownlee hit the line of another shakeup on the football DeLand Invitations to returnto squash pepper and beans.' The the year is shots are confine'

the box and throw it on the An example of a formal Introduction for no gain and was hurt so badly DeLand to attend annual Homecoming marketing Is being handled by J. the following birds and anln

;!:'" The driver did as he \ was given by Lois Long on. the play that, he had to be taken team so watch for developments.. of former Stetson students T. Daniel largest individual grower English sparrow, Hharp-shl<

j asked. and Lula Redgrave. out. Bill Tison took his place. to to be held November 21-22, together In. the county who is managerof hawk (little blue darter), C,
be hosts
was The Tornadoes will
r Again. the voice said, "Drive An Introduction of the president Alvarez made a first down carry out of town team this afternoonfor with the program of events the Hernando county growers'- er's hawk big blue darter),

'.'t;' ahead. of the U S. to a lady was given by ing the ball to Lake City's 20 yard an the first time in four weeks. scheduled to take place during the association.St. hawk great horned owl t

f' The driver hit the horses with Bunny Canova and Marjorie line. The Tornadoes fumbled the However the gridiron is in good week-end, were maljed here to sev- jackdaw, buzzard, butcher'i h
, wet ball and Lake City recovered wildcat weasel ,
eral thousand Stetson alumni. Augustne Local Klwan- f ft'|
his and the horses Stump.
whip Lake City made 20 yards then shape for the game with Summer- inns their plans for squirrel panther' bear opoered '
ahead. I looked back and saw a Lois Adkins, chairman of the are developing
throe yards Just as the game ended field today. ;' 'new federal high- the annual Kiwanis Karnlval to and gray fox. alligator
man in the middle of the road.( committee gave a talk on the correct Delray-The

When we arrived at the town we form of Introduction and Eldredge Robinson la fast developing -! way from Delray Beach to Boca be staged December 19 In the Cathedral rabbit.

'1 Informed the sheriff and he organized questions were asked and answered. Score by periods: line Raton Is open to traffic and elimInates Lyceum for the purpose of
Into dependable
to after the out Lake City _-----0 0 0 0-0 a I'I'pluuget. about eight miles of the old raising funds to carry on the KIwanis Tallahassee (:Lose en
a go
; posse He eeems to Improve
Starke --------0 0 0 0-0 of the Florida Motor Lines
law. I wan glad to get home and -. Dixie highway in a through routeto program for underprivileged -
I bode Ol'U l'OIT'S: roii\iii: H. If. S. lineup: with every game. 1 Miami. It is built of concrete children., Committees are hardat 12 months' period ending l
I went to
', ;., Yours truly Sternberg RE and is of the excellent type of work and those In charge prom- 30, 1930, were reported m
: The Tornadoes are enjoying
'. L. O. Jones, fifth grade. We have just found out that we Matheny RT their most successful year under construction. used in all Florida Iso a bigger success than that 169,065.50 In a sworn siatenip:
have a young poet In our Junior Thomas RO state highways. achieved last year. finances made to the Florida I I
4' ______ Coach Lovell. They have tied
High School.: He has written Inman, (C.) C road Commission.> The taui!

?, Salem, Mass. Home very' good poems and will Graham LO some of the strongest teams In this Live Oak-Unheralded and unsung Pensacola Cotton worth half further showed that I HIP but

Nov. 26, 1706. contribute Home to "Poet's Cor- Moore LT section. Improvements of business a million dollars Is now stored in which bpenftes In many sutoi.

t Dear Jane: ner" every week. This week he Wainwright LKHoblnson residential places of Live Oak and warehouses at the Pensacola ship- the state:< ', paid state, count?

I am writing you on Thanskglv- has contributed "Poppies." We L. QFI Sam Alvarez made some long the county is proceeding on an building company's plant and ctly taxes totaling $Ul: .MO2:
f Ing night telling' you what happened also are favored with another very Alvarez lilt gains Friday but too much credit even trend, with greater activity much more -will be stored there 10.62 per cent of Its urns e t

s today good poem from a seventh grade Brownlee LII can not be given the line for open- along the line of construction be- before the season is over officialsof Ings Officials of the state

'I t: I got up enrly thin morning and pupil Robinson Jo. FI ing the holes for him especially ing noted now than any other per- the ship building plant estimated road commission mild tlfyt\

-; ;'. helped prepare breakfast. Afterwo Topples -.- Captain Inman and Billy Graham. iod within the past twelve months. With between 15.000 and 20- statement had been requests

.; had .breakfast t, we started T1IK) HATS .. all motor transportation |Iool!
Poppies, popples everywhere 000 bales already n storage arrangements -
TKiiitS: TIE: !STAKKK .n[
;, dressing I put on a brown wool Poppies on the hill so bare; Tampa The Peninsular and were being made today eratlng la FlorIda.

dreHH and as It was cold, a heavy Poppies here and there are seen The Freshman lass held a meet- Local football fans were prlvll-: Gulf Steamship Company operat- to overhaul three more big

coat. We got In the carriage and< With their beauty red and green. ing on October 21. The' following edged to wltnesse one of the best ing passenger and freight steamer warehouses there to house more Crestvlew A lumber tr:

Hob the carriage man, started off Poppies are the flowers of France! officers were elected: last service between this city. Key cotton. factu ring plant which Miarwd
of the season Friday
: the horses. How they qulvver and how they I'reslllpnt-EldredFe; Robinson West and Havana today announced eratlon In Crestvlew n r..w..
Lake field
afternoon on the City
: We reached the church In two Vice-President-Lois Adkins. of 10 has met with sari, "antIng
dance. when the Tigers held the Starke a flat reduction in fares Quincy A goal of at least 20- ago
P hours We went Inside and sat In All across the fields so wide, Treasurer-S. R. Johns eleven to a scoreless tie. ]per cent, effective next Monday, 000 cigars' a day has been net by success that plans< are now

; our pew. The sermon lasted three Are the poppies with\ their pride Sec\1otarY-Slnclalr Peek. Good football was a feature of in the fares to Havana and 20 percent the Florida Havana[ Cigar companyof der way for consldf>ialil<> "J

({ hours, and one prayer lasted' one Ty David McRae, Class Reporter--Sinclair Peek the from the standpoint of effective the same date, in this city. J. W. Corry managerof elon. The plant In known al

\ '"., hour One bay went to sleep and Our poet of the eighth; grade. both game sides. The encounter was the fare to Kty Well the. plant has secured the .services Jim Carr mill and wan place

J was hit on the head with a rab f BII'Ht'I\I: iI i',11TMIYT fairly uneventful but was consist of Charles C. Cotton, an experienced operation on the site of the

1.i bit's foot. 1'111' Robin ently Interesting and exciting. Despite Tampa- Hearing Is to be held In cigar man of Tampa, Crestview planing mill MM\

\ After church was over we started The robin with his brents so gay, Among the new things that have the fact that no touchdown Atlanta next Monday before the who will have charge of production run on a small scale the' mill

';{ home., When we arrived we lie Is up just at the peep of day; been: Introduced Into our school made considerable yardage, Southern Freight Association on He has already assumed active proved Its ability to pa\ KoodUlendu.

!:' found Aunt Joe and her children. Whistling his merry HOURS so shrill this year Is the commercial:, department was were covered by both elevens. At'' appeals by the Tampa Traffic Association management of production Present' plans< are Ih
i'' Dick Charles, and Vera, had com the hill. constating l of the followIng and kiln will In i">
F Over the valley and over the close of the first half the for reduction in. freight which la now functioning in full planer dry
to take dinner with 111'1.I '. three courses: Typewriting, timekeeper's whistle forestalled ai rates on frozen orange Juice shipments blast In. the Shaw building on the ed. It is also planned to n

I Soon Aunt Joe had to go and we< Ills mute Is brooding In the graHs shorthand and book-keeping. For probable touchdown. by the Tiger's, l according to information court house square. II 2-t-hour per day scale with
bid tbem goodbye.( After we had fast the typewriting clans six type writ-
And feeding the little ones so who were hovering dangerouslyabout received here today. The Tampa shifts.
4 '" supper we went to bed.t' With bugs and insects' that are so era have been supplied. There are the opposing !goal line and body 1 II* joined In the petition by 'OcalaOcallmnde candy Is

" Write me Boon, harmful eleven juniors and seniors taking were making Blight. fighting gainsIn the Florida Citrus Exchange and now sold In four states. The !Mul Jal'ksonville--Flnlli .1.! ., ".'

1'1':, ,; Your friend That the little ones are pleased' I this course It l Is not offered to its direction. other shippers line Candy Company of that city site for the authorised< $- "11.1'

( Frances Lee Peek, with every armful. anyone except juniors and seniors In the third quarter the enemy which was started some time ago branch of the national ]home}
': Fifth grade Iy Mildred! McRae, This course is Very beneficial to Fort The arrival of disabled volunteer' Boldli", |Is
\I carried the ball tar Into the Lake Myern by O. W. !Mulllns, has expanded its
. those who do not have chance nil hili <;j"n" '
.' Seventh grade a I City territory and for a period the Burma Collier Florida's foremost juslness. to a wonderful extent tatlvely promised
: i;' The seventh grade has been -. i illllAltroitll to get a higher education by equipping outlook was not no bright. Then developer, is a signal for added At first candy was sold only to Furthermore, It was maiid, ,,

writing some good compositions In TOUNAPO them for a vocation in future I toward the end of the game, Lake activities throughout the many dealers In the city and a few surrounding clally that citizens of Flu,

,,' their English work. This Is a very THIS: ('ClI.l'. 1I1I.\ THIinS: life This department Is In the City once more gained the ascendancy important projects promoted and towns. Now the firm North Carolina and Mi i.*,1.l ,

r.' good example of their work. 'very capable hands of Mrs. Hudson and was making progress developed by Mr. Collier and his ships to four states through jobbers '
\\'hllt I Kiiiiml The Tornadoes tamed the Columbia one of our new teachers' (Concluded on put-' !
down Starko's territory at an ap'>- associates: in the effort to make a and new territory is being -
Back of our house! Is a little Tiger In his own den Friday .- --
'i 1 preclable rate of speed. of this state the most progressiveand added continually: -.--.
woodland where I to study my afternoon, holding the power- <------
. go IMPROVEMENTS:: IN OUR Spectators on either side of the prosperous in the nation.
f lesson every afternoon. In the fill Lake City team to a scoreless SCHOOL
field focugsed their entire attention Plant City Negotiations are
i middle of t the woods U a littler deadlock.' The game was a hart on the game, always uncer- Frostproof 'Operations of 1 under way through the East Hills- Say it with Flowers

, stream of water. The banks are fought battle throughout; but The football field has an Intlrely tain as to the outcome. Excellent Frostproof's Infant Industry, the borough County Chamber of Com- -----,,_._-'
;. covered with IIIOHS and there are neither team was able to score different this
\ appearance year. unusually clean playing was exhibited marketing of the new fertilizer merce for the egtabliahment.of an
r "', some big oaks near by. On a limb Each team rnme within scoring With the line markers the spectators by every man on the field, from citrus Is in progress Most other strawberry canning plant at Flowers For All

\ ) .. above the water was where I eat distance twice but were not able ran tell more about the game and It Is to the credit of both of us have heard of Nlcitro-Hum- Plant City. It is said the plant

I. on this particular afternoon I an to i push over a score. The field has aUo been made very team that they so successfully us, and are glad now that the will be sufficiently large to put up OccasionsGERTRUDE
i going; to tell you about.I At the beginning of the ,game smooth by the rilling In of the is --'
maintained the balance which apparently plant ready to begin turningout 5,000,00 quarts of berries In a ._-,-,- ----
was very interested in a poem, Moore kicked to Lake City and t It many ruts that had been cut by existed between them.- the product and that deliver- season. In the near future a site
when all of sudden I heard n was returned fifteen yards On cars running across It. lea will will COlBEYANDERSON
Lake City Gazette begin in about two weeks. be selected and work on. the '
noisy chatter from a tree near by three line plays Lake made only 'Ve also have a different looking It-- plant will start Plant City al-

I looked up. but saw nothing. "01\, eight yards so they kicked.On library this year It Is entirely \VIHHI/niM: ) F'.1STIUUNIING! Clearwater A company for

I know what It 1st! It is my squire the Tornadoes first play they closed in and no one except the li- INTO FORM commercial' fertilizer manufacture Phone 39!> Waldo. Fla

rels," was what I said tomyetelf, were smeared for a two yard loss brarlans and faculty are allowed Is being organized at Clearwaterby - .__._._

and I went on studying.! ,. Eldredge Robinson made a YArd Inside. We hope to add some new ( By Eldredge Robinson Assistant LeRoy R. Frank with a factoryto No Substitute For

About ten minutes later I dis- over center and Sam Alvarez picked -, books to our collection during the Sports Editor) be located In the outskirts of
covered a neat In the tree. 1 Iran up four yards through tackle. Your SweetheartYou
up term Those B. H. S. Whirlwinds are Clearwater says the Sun of that
back to the other tree and got Moore kicked and the receiver was becoming more like Tornadoes every -: city.. The factory will be established -

step-ladder that I had left there downed In. his tracks Captain "Gator" Inman and day. Coach Davis has had her with Clearwater capital and certainly don't want any. f

When I had climbed up to the nest Lake city received a penalty but Coach Lovell! gave us a scare last team Into running shape for the approximately "100,000 has already Neither do you want substitute
I found two baby squirrels. Now Steven made fifteen. yards and a Friday afternoon. It that
seems I game with the ex-star players of been raised to finance the for Carter's Little Liver Pills as J
I have four grown squirrels In my First down around right end. The "Gator" and coach became mixedup B. Ii. S. This game will be stagedIn project. remedy for biliousness, torpid rf

little forest Instead of two. Tigers made four yards and then and when In the city limits of a couple of weeks The Whirlwinds torpidliverandconstipationTakeCart
Dy Lois Judd. hit the line for no gain. Lake Lake City they turned and headed ,
are looking mighty fast in Tampa Still another countryhas
__ ____ kicked to Alvarez and downed nearlytwopoundsoi
n City toward Jacksonville and went
It looks Informed
practice and as if they the management of bile.cleansinewholesvstem.Ao
C'I.l'U MVSJuniorSinlur : him In his tracks. Moore punt- about sixteen miles before they will- have of the the South '
one best teams Florida Fair that it will
ed on. the third down and It was found that they cept no other. Buy at any j ;s::
were They
wrong. \
have .
that they have had In a long time. an exhibit at the International drual .
tI'IU.'tt: | tub, returned five yards Lake City hit arrived In Lake City about ten There are a large number of Exposition for 1931. The gov- store for 25c. Look for o u can enwij} ijoivacation

The Junior-Senior Etiquetteclub the line twice for no gain and a minutes before the game was veterans back this year filling ernment of Holland has officially bottle. Resent substitutes. VbdtJ!

met Wednesday November 5, fumble by Stevens cost them 20 scheduled and the boys nearly nearly every position on. the team. advised General Manager P. T. -

with Miss Andreu club presidentIn arda. The Tigers kicked and the broke their necks dressing as all At the forward post are Daisy Strider that It will make a compre- .-

the chair ball relied out of bounds on the the uniforms were In couch's car. Tompkins and Evelyn Stump who [tensive display at the fair to be COFFINS & CASKETSAnd a yMd.. I. sray kartng ye p t
The president called for the fifty yard line as the nrtit quarter bu.ise..kgaatrli'was
well. held late in
are showing up exceptionally January and the first MMIMl .e.ra Err loun.rtI
minutes of the last meeting. They ended, II. II. !t. SPORT HIUKFM hazel Adklns and Dora Manningseem week In February next. a Full Line of ywr IiCD.
read' by Miss Fernandez and On. the first In the second will pay lea Ie la'
were play .
to have the guard positions 'Under akers' Supplies .. __ ............ a.d
approved by the club. quarter Alvarez tore through center (By Gary Overstreet.) cinched. At center are Patsy Brln- Winter Haven Canada was -70 :

The meeting was turned over to for fourteen yarda. Sam made Coach Lovell was hot under the son and Cleo Thomas. he best customer for United AUTOMOBILE HEARSEAlwnr r.Wk.Ip fnxis I ". i

Miss Silcox chairman of the program another first down In two more collar when he reached Lake City Other newcomers this year are, States citrus fruits during the .. H.... Tk. best Slut well y.q.... y..r M'r"n ..,tel,.,.".

committee. With the aid of plays putting the ball on Lake Friday afternoon. lie had been. Cleo Shepard Lorene Green. Ellia- month of September of any foreign .rrrlr.. at t.. ,..... .rle*.. -... Our .MathHAROLD .'rha

\ the club members she rendered an City's 20 yard line. The Tor- directed on. the wrong road by a''' beth Williams Pearl Galney. Mur- country taking 107,790 boxes of Special t.
excellent program on Introduc- nadoes elected to pass but an alert couple of his players. la Week and Annie Mae Pearce, oranges and 14,283 boxes of grapefruit .rtfcraREGISTERED C. WA

tions. Lake City back Intercepted the who fill the second string; according to the November EMBALMER 1 1DEWITI'

pars> and ran it back 20 yards before When Nookey Wainwright and 1 citrus report of .the U. S. Bureau C. JONES INSURANCESTARKE

Nature Study Club he was downed. Ben Sternberg team up and tacklea Farm machinery that I.l not bang of Foreign 'and Domestic

t :Wednesday, Nov 6th. brought Lake City, heartened by this man he stays tackled. Down 1 used should be using a shelter. I Commerce Issued by the Federal- TARKB. FLORIDA FLORIDArAGE
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Ii'I I -------------rv--v squash, peppers and beans. It I i. duced the bag limit to 15 ducks

SltXYKKFH: LOST Movement Of said the quality and yield of the and 4 geese a day, and prescribeda
Clean Pecan
Up \,
crops are excellent, some grower possession limit of two days' bag.
NEWS SECTIONConducted having harvested 200 crates of A few observers may see plentyof

FARM game, but Mr; Hedington point
jftgplant acre
: !; per
Gainesville, Fla. --- Many beekeepers Florida CreenVegetables
Groves Now And
tak- The shipment from the Everglades out that the birds are
make the mistake of
Is water. Most
sections will soon be augmented where there
Ins the honey too close, and as a "
by pepper, eggplant, and hunter are Interested In maintaining
By Kill Many Pests result lose says R. E. Foster On tomatoes. The first car of toma- the game supply and the Bureau -
apiary Inspector large
i.. Is making an urgent appeal
toes. The first car of tomatoes q
PEARL JORDAN, Home Demonstration Agent bees each winter, for the State
MISS expected to move early this month. that they recognize the menacing
Plant Board. 7---The situation: and( be governed therebyIn
Jacksonville Fla.. Nov.
Gainesville, Fla.-All broken\ or October Is the time' to look at llCllllM
\ taking ducks and duringthe
dead pecan twigs and all mum the bees and nee that every colony movement of Florida Shipment up to last Saturday 182

f I mied nuts, husks, or leaves should has plenty of honey. Mr. Foster for the 1930-31 season la advaflc for same period in 1929 ____ 8 present season.

DAIRYING I fI bo knocked off the trees, and completely reports that every spring/ while go- Ing rapidly.!! Shipments of beafl'. For week ending November __ 126
cucumber, pepper, eggplant, etc,,, TO ASSIST ,
turned under
or burned
as 7b'lrat
I Inn:: over the state he finds that For\ same week last year -
soon as possible, Is the belief, of hundred of colonies of bees have are going out In rarlot and exprifei.* \ four day thla week __ 77 FARM: :

V-"Gear entomologists and pecan culturlsta died during the winter lIe attributes shipments In greater volume th".i> Vor same day last )'e'ar 12 --
L V. S. 'Ia-'V. R. nrlgga ;
for several at this date. Gainesville, ,
/- S& I-....... of the Florida Experiment nation most of this loss to a Total to Thursday this, week__ 259 for the past three years county
Dr. LeCear Is a graduate* of OntarioVeterlnarlCoUege,1692.Thlrtyeighti This refuse! will serve IUI a barboI' shortage of food. This week should of for shuckworms, girdler, and months every vegetable producing aectlQi* 66 agent for Ilrevard county and j
Because the winter are Shipments up to last Saturday .
::: Manateecountiea
former agent for Lee and ;
y veterinary work. Eminent authority on and scab which may partly qe troy not severe in Florida Is not sufficient shipping one or more vegetables-' fur same period In 1929 6 : "

lMio*of dairy cows, other livestock, and poultry. Nationally next year's crop unless It 1 ii* prop- reason to expect the bees to The heaviest volume of shlpmeiU Nor week ending, November 1tt has Just been appointed .
..nthor.Irlirlo .
writer and Agricultural
known Ixctnrrr. erly disposed of, they say. work every day. When they are should he around November Jt For same' week last year ____ 6 to assist the Florida .

According to J. R, Wllt o1\, entomologist forced to do thin and two or three Cold weather In the north whoi| Vlrst four days this week '_ 25 Extension Service In the new extension J i
XL can break fences, untie straps and
the beetle that doe all cold days come along many die.fifteen ,. curtailed the supply there, should\ For same days last year __ __ 6 farm management
and ,
gates ease undertaken
HKslONSllHLITYor the girdling lays her eggs; beneath to twenty pounds of honey cause markets. there to react favorably I Total to Thursday this week 91 marketing work it has :
: without much Injury to itself it it
: of extension ,
Wilmon Newell\ director
RUHIMJ A Itl'LLtat wants to. Once he learns how the bark near the end of t the twigs.! should be left in each\ hive at all for Florida. veKetab1t'1'1, 1'1>')('''8 has Just announced. Mr. i''i\
She then girdles the branch it growers! here! believe, and ceiiving 20 +
-- 1 1 men, Shipment up to last Saturday .
it Is to Jerk from a
easy away
will make headquarters
Faire :should He- Kxorrlseil: keeper he will\ be a pretty dangerous soon drops to the ground and the In canes where there I 111I a shortage weeks should see a greater cI"-: 1 For mime period In 1929 ___._ 0 Briggs;

tat.. and Training of Young animal from then on. eggs hatch nnd thrive in. the dead of honey Mr Foster recommends maud and better prices. I For week ending November 1 14 here, .

Who Is. to I'lay w> lot wood. They make little growth In a mixture of !pugar and water Weather conditions over mo"t Vor name week last year ____ 0 Ir

riaiil, <> Koto In the Herd.V the winter but grow rapidly In the in equal parts.. The best way of the trucking sections. have bead Vlrst four days thla week 9 ('Il'IS IIOYH Pi'itmSK: iio( rt

:MAXAOIJ l'Ol'ITUJo'J.OCK spring. Hickory and persimmon to feed this la to take an empty favorable for the past few wee Vor same days last year 0, .

', :gave' seen in a previous ar- WKMj: TO "SKfl'HK II 1CIIKitWINTKR : trees are affected and clean-up super, without frames and place and vegetables are reported doing fattal to Thursday this week ',29 Tavares, Fla/.--Six 4-11 club ;

1 hoW necessary it Is In the suclo EGG: l'Hol)t'CT10N measures should Include the
e ( /a dairy herd to have a good trallan plnea are girdled but\ eggs rover. Put some pine straw or excelsior Although growers In many are- Shipments up to last Saturday 191 recently purchased their club pigs'from , j
It should be the aim of every are not layed on the twlg0 he said. the lions of the state experienced rjlfftcultles an outstanding club In MarIon 1
{.,, He i a 'half the herd, In oth- in a dish and pour sy For same period In 1929 ____ 40 i'
words We take up now the Florida poultryman to manage his Scab is carried over winter on sup over it. The bees will do the In securing adequate financial For week ending November 1 94 county, according: to Clifford\ j I

,blem of the owner who decides flock so as to bring about a higher the husk, leaves and fnupiml: rest arrangements for seed, teftlllzer For name week last year ____ 18 H'att, Lake county agent. The 'ji :

raise hit own bull. production of eggs during the win nuts, according to O. H. &la4kmon, -. etc., the acreage planted to Vlrst four days this week -- 68 pigs will\ be grown In partnership i .':'

ter. It Is then that eggs are selling pecan culturlst. A good clean-up truck this year far exceeds the : last ___T_ 17 with local business men. The t'l"
In For year
item same days
is an Important 1'1XOl'H: TCRKKV AN)) ,
Feeding for the highest prices of the program followed by carefuly plan acreage planted ,last year, the Itt- thta week 249T"1HIo'O"'I.I business! men paid for the pigs. j
For the first six Total to Thursday
bull. :
soling year, and naturally the poultry ned spraying will keep the scab creased acreage over last year vv : .. The boys will raise them, and later t t Ji

nth, he should receive about man who can secure the highest under control he said. INDICATKH Ing approximately 35 to 40 vAt give the men two small pigs for |jl s

same rations as the heifer production during this periods is The shuckworm pa'sse* rtxa winter -- cent for beans 15 to 20 per cet\t \%',\ $ SEVERELY: their share. :
Many farmers feed skim Gainesville, Fla. There will HIT nv imovniiT JIATOIItKOt'CKI
yea. going to come out ahead. in the pupa or resting stage for cabbage 55 to 80 per cent fdr" ; *- ,
|,k to the bull calf for eight or The following suggestions by the In the past season's shucks, but if ba turkey enough to go around cucumbers 100 per cent for eoV ) no TKIICKNT HOLDS FIRST IKM1 SALE v' ';iTelogla l
months because it Is healthy this fall and winter, according to
Extension Poultryman at Gainesville the shuck are turned ujuler they plant 57 per cent for lettuce IV I\ "
bone growth. A grain mltre : appear to be helpful to those are unable to emerge and work the United States Bureau of AgrI- eluding romaine and eacarole luff( The Waterfowls of the United Fla-The: first cooper.. ll

[ iay five parts wheat bran. who would Induce their hens to lay their way through the soil statesF. cultural Economics F. W. Risher, per cent for peppers 20 per cent State and Canada were so severely atlve hog sale ever held In Liberty : ''t

liir parts ground oats one pa.t I at a more rapid rate during the W. Walker, assistant .,ntlJnologist. / !state marketing bureau, recently for strawberries 65 per cent tot I hit by the late drought that Canadian county was recently held here, and

seed meal.and plenty of legume winter. stated In an address over WRUF. tomatoes over the tall acreage Of observers ,and other estimate , according to County Agent DeweyII.
v after weaning ia recommend- While in the nation as a whole season's hatch tb be \
Pullets and hens to do their 1929 planted before the heavy the Ward 90 hog were sold which r

beat, should be comfortably the turkey crop Is about 3 percent ralna. Celery will run about the about 50 percent below that of last netted farmer 1032. J. Lee ;

there Is a strange notion among ; housed. Provide plenty of ventilation Careful HandlingOf I leeR than a year ago. In the eastern same or slightly< under last yen, year j I Smith district extension agent 'j' :e''

hie breeders that bulls fed on III-I but avoid drafts. Colds and and southern stains there seems to This Increase In acreage ia attributed Careful observation In some of poke on "More and Better Hogs." ,

ia will not be as potent as those I roup are generally the result of Sweet Potatoes. be a slight Increasn. to the new tariff rate, the worst hit states, by game pro- '

[which no silage Is given. There ; birds being In poorly ventilated Most turkeys are marketed for which growers believe will\ have tectors of the United States Bureau -' FKNriXO I'ASTfRK LAND ," It I
II }
no scientific basis for such a de- houses. the Thanksgiving and Christmas of Biological Survey, have revealed 1
Saves Great Loss marked tendency to keep out foreign '
jitlon I that I know of. Cleanliness is absolutely essen- holidays but In Florida, due to competition. Other factotb the fact that many pond St. Augustine Fla,-Over 2,000acres i'' :.
[Be careful not to let the bull get the tourist trade. I there is a good lake and St. Johns
tial. Have clean houses, clean that have entered Into thla large: and small even a numt of land in county

3 fat, especially after he readies birds clean feed, and clean water. Galnesvllle.Fla. Careful handling demand for the choice meat in increase In planting are droughtIn >er of the best waterfowl lakes are will be fenced and planted to permanent ,

age of service which is around Parasites, both external and Internal and suitable storage( are the January and February. Florida the north the
i months. He must be well fed,, retard egg production. most vital problems of sweet po I growers may profit by holding mer .and the during Idea of diversified past supl- Dumping or preparing to pump wa- to F7. II. Vance, county agent. : I

,1 not too thin for the best rode Provide some form of green feed tato growers since over :20 percentof late and slow maturing varietiesfor trucking that has taken hold < ( tetr Into their lakes and many ',

each day. It contains mineralsand the potato crop rots, O, F'. Weber these later markets. .. In Florida Mate game departments are transferring Palmetto-County school board t{

separate the bull ''calf from the vitamins, both of which are es! associate plant pathologist of :. As to the present poultry situation. growers For fish from one stream to authorized purchase of W R.

far calves at about six months sential. Such feeds as kale col- the Florida Experiment Station, there Is about a normal supply section years have growers In any given I another and pumping water Into I inson home property an '

age At this time start his, lesi lards, rape sprouted oats Bermuda recently stated. of dressed poultry in storage. their entire effort generally to confined the smaller creams, according to and Oak streets for Rob'j';'j',

in leading a little every day., etc., are being used by poul- Care must be taken in digging The egg situation U a little dif- This has spelled disaster one for theM crob. ] report to Paul G, Iledlngton, chief Clewlaton Operation of

eight or ten months put a light try raisers. I and handling sweet potatoes so as ferent. At present there are 9169,000 ,- many times It weather or market. of the bureau. plant of Southern Sugar Co., ,

>fight ring in his nose say one Oyster shell charcoal and grit ; to keep them free of bruises, cases In storage, com- ing conditions did not prove highly The federal, government has re- be resumed in December. \ ,:,1

I la halt inches in diameter, non should, J>e available In open hop- blemishes and digger cuts. Sort pared with 7,500,00 cases last successful. fI,
tlng, of course. At the age of the potatoes carefully before storing year, and 8.000,000 for the five- Agricultural experts ;

i rears a larger and stronger pers.Feed a well-balanced ration. The them, and throw out all that year average.; In spite of business began some! time ago( to expert J J J'II

S should be substituted and at concentrates consist of a mash and I are spotted or unsound. Disease conditions consumption of eggs; Is ment with the polls, tenting then BROWN LEE BROS.,
for their
four about a three-Inch ring is scratch feed. The common method pores enter through cuts or 4,6 percent over this time Jast adaptability for production : '
., of a wide variety of product ,
After the ring Is In- ,
essary. of feeding Is to have large open bruises. year. ,
filed teach the young bull toU hoppers In which the dry mash is. The following\ rots caused by Peaks and depressions In the' and It was discovered in most til* Starke} Fla.} } I

with a staff. put. The birds can consume.this fungi, are described by Dr. Weberas poultry business as In others, stances that many kinds of vefre. ,t :

iou can prevent the growth of dry mash all day. Provide a non- the main rots causing loaves to travel In cycles, and fisher Bald he tables could be produced on the] ,

by rubbing caustic potash on : believes that the worst of the same soil. Growers then realized
rue wasting hopper and one that can the Florida sweet potato grower :1'
place where they appear when be cleaned place the water fountain "Soft'rot !Is very cotnnxon. The present depression Is Just. over. that they might enhance the valu f;
old. Or at of their ground and also provide in knowing ;
"calf Is a day or two near the mash hopper. This potato becomes soft wet and ( profit I
,, t t\\'o' you can dehorn. Unless will induce a greater mash con- mushy quickly after being dug and for themselves a steady Income l>y "
'swish\ to use him for show pures sumption.The stored and It Is often covered bya : : INSPECTION: planting not one but several kinds! where to get what'you. want ,

better take the horns off as grain or scratch feed is fed grayish, hairy mold. It spreads\) of vegetables going on the theory: "

i," are dangerous.It If to those that they would get a crop on sortie, when you want i.
r either once or twice a day. rapidly from one potato "A check-up on pine seddllngs We'll tie
.fa true that bulls at the head twice feed only a small amount lu arlund It. This Is the worst storage last and of their plantings If not on all of ,
set out arrangements
year them. As it. Full stocks \,
I herds usually have a result of these experiment as- ;
famous! I and the greater partat rot known.
for planting this winter will be
rue! Some breeders feel that de- "Black rot Is characterized by and tests, many section are 0." Tune :
night started soon, reports Mr. C, H, this ac. ; :i
rning, handicaps his breeding 4WIUTF greenish, black circular sn)oath, Coulter Forest Assistant in charge year producing! more varieties\ sure prompt ,:
I know of no foundation Often black\ dots vegetable than ever before
ers depressed spots.
of planting work with the Florida :
does injure I II The major portion of the beat liveries of Bradley's Fertilizers '
this Of course I develop In the center of these spots Forest Service, Tallahassee.Over ;
hanrs< In the show ring. FARM PROGRAM; which are not deep and which shipments. so far this season luau >I'"

Da no let the bull run with the I .'The'olc't! of Florida" I rarely penetrate the heart t>t the will be visited one hundred and a check plantations madeon been going from the lake section ("AA QUALITY") A grade I+, :

rd I Keep him in separate quar- potato. This rot Is serious and the survival and growth of the It ia reported that more than half '
Seeat -- the bean produced In the state 00 for and soil con 1 '
rs altogether, if possible. common. dash and longleaf seedlings setout every crop ,
he gets proper exercise. One Gainesville. Fla. Farm and "Dry rot usually begiita *t the\ far this season have been grown '
last winter under the directionof
j' la to string a wire cable with home talks will\ be one of the main end of the potato, producing a the Florida Forest Service. Par- In the Canal Point Pahokeft dition. And more profit for !?\

rope from the ring In the antis features broadcast by state radio firm brown rot It spreads Mowly\ tlil. intetrested in reforestationwill Belle Glade district. Dean ships '

al nose to the cable. Some herd station WRUF located here next and eventually\ Involves tile whole be visited land Inspected and I ments are now going out of Suw- 6 every singlcxlollar you invest. ..,(l'

Miers use a tread mill. week. Each day at 12:15: eastern potato. The inner part becomes ter ,county. It I I. said that 30 cars I
arrangements made to plant this J.,:
If you have a barn yard turn the standard time, a farm program arranged black and dry. It Is not con)mon. winter with' the free Instructionand loads were shipped up to last Sat '1 .

ill In there after the cows haven by the Florida Agricultural "Java black rot Is strictlY a. storage supervision of the Florida urday. There are about 3,00ft( / fi,

' sent to pasture. Extension Service will go on the rot. It enters the", potato Forest Service. acre planted to bean In that Yowrgwarasfe. BRADLEY'SFERTILIZERS J 1
bull In air and feature music and entertainment and county.: They are yielding 75 <
Above all do not keep the through a wound develops The planting season will begin t Quality on
lie that farmers will like, dry'aod 100 hampers per acre, with quality
dark uncomfortable stall. I lowly The potato gets about the middle of December and Lffjl
"' I Nov. 15-How I Improved \black. range from $1.25 to S1.60, a ,'
hardened 1 to the weather. I Saturday weeks and often becomes Some of the slash pine need- -- hamper 1 ),d
be Home-Ruth Yates. 'destructive Is Dean shipments for this
Teasing a bull should never My Thin Is very at>d ling"" In the field only ten months season "

lowed, They become vicious Florida Farm News and Hints common. have grown from I one to two feet, up to last Saturday totaled 182 ,1J,

"Ugh as it ia. Sometimes it is Monday, Nov. 17-The Value of "Charcoal rot Is ol'alll\l\ally\ la cars compared with eight car IQr \
which a splendid growth for the ",!
*t to, have two persons handle, a Purebred Beef Bull-\V. J. found In storage houses. It produced first BHiiHon. the corresponding period of 1020. ,. '

m If you can arrange( a breed- Sheely. Answering Farm Questions a black decay, which l I" distinguished Anyone Interested In plantingup The Wauchula section Is har ih1

''K p<>n next to the bull's pen so for Radio Club Members. from dry rot and Java their Idle land may secure'slash' vesting the largest fall vegetable When lit Tampa live at ModernFlreprool l '

. Will not have to be handled at Tuesday Nov. 18--The AustralIan black rot by the presence of mall and long leaf seedlings at 13 crop In its hlntory and with the '
per Radios
1 I.'a> much the better. Lady Beetle Controls Cottony round bodies In the flesh at tile po- thousand by applying to the FlorIda shipment of 12 carload last Sat Spa- $ ii';

gem,'mber this, proper exercise, CuHhlon Sl'ale-Dr. K. \V. Derger. tato. It Is not very common," Forest Service, Tallahassee urday which brought the total October }; t't.
., or depar, menus
.. en
19 -
Wednesday Nov shipment to 100 ,
"Op' "y feeding and comfortable by notifying the editor of their car, a new J
curia will\ enable a bull to give People Should be Well Read-Mrs. TIIK: \iitv itru imi local newspaper, who will be vU- record was mrabl hed. Last year all '.; i

'!VI a 'mil eight or ten years of Ida Keeling Creanp. r.UTOIt Kl'Tl'HK HrCVK.SHGainesville. 0 ted by the Forester in their only three cars had boen shippedup the year. Rate 1
the ,!
Timely .. I.AROKHT" HOTEL same throughout -
le Thursday. Nov. 20. -- -' trip throughout tho state. to November 1, The bulk of

0r", nimtake breeders make is to Hints for Controlling Florida Fla. The dairy the hlpment I* cucumber which the 'year i'N

,'"""* >t a bull before his real Plant DlHeasesErdman\: bull\ js l, a big factor In th* success are reported to b8' of excellent AVhoro you will meet friends' and a wrlromo ,

. w i l.t known. Ills offspring may Friday, Nov. 21-The Blueberry of the future. He should be % reg-' IM-ltUAHK I'I'\\TT YIELDS: quality It I I. laid that shipment. a 'ft e'

marvelous producers but you as a Northwest Florida Crop-' istered bull from good producing of peppers and eggplant will increase $2.00 to, $6.00 1 ,

'-'' Know that until his daugh- E. H. Hawl. Cultural ,Practices In'' blood lines, and should be properly Crawfordvllle "'Ia.FlveVa- this week, but from now 00 K
"'ra' have come Into milk.. lie will Pecan Orchards-C. A. Slmptton. penned and cared for I( mlt| > I.. \kulli county farmer with an average the cucumber shipment will be oft 'y, a, per day lIP A "t.t
I extension dairyman recently of 29 acre of peanuts have the decline.
4 atom or five old by that Brown t
lIIe' Sometimes years breeders put Winners at fairs Invariably 1 stated. Just harvested an average of 1- DeSoto county shipped Its fifth q .

30lr bull with others under trace the reason for their success' The bull pen should be made of 009 pounds per acre Accordingto carload of cucumber for thin season 'i. ,-
gre- out recall them back to the selecting and prepar strong material and gate should County Agent I). M. Treadwell. last Saturday. Peppers and (, ayQ Official AAA Hotel ,; '6
ment they can three of the men used from 200 to -Free Auto Storage 1. ,
their exhibits.Substitutes that the animal
of eggplant
l a ing be arranged so are moving In small
stipulated, price 300 pounds of IS percent a for Guests i ,
I havt frequently been askedbather can be handled without putting sifper quantities but a. price have been ",
' bull anyone In danger. Three Florida phosphate per acre and their yield 10 low grower have been advised c '
It I Is safe to keep a [
! Are have been killed thin year averaged 1,212 pound per acre. to pick a. few j .
lal ra; farmers I pepper a* possible
first calf of a young
The other two used phosphate Top o' the Town" tn
harmless bull, anda until condition. ,
,tIr.* for breeding purposes. I by supposedly Improve. Harvest s. "
,C.' 'Lat! bulls from older cows Never Genuine number of others huye been and averaged 917 pound of pea- of the large acreage In pep''per DINING ROOM ,
' bruised.If nuts per acre I' here will begin In
earnest In
"mind higher prices. About . .. ,
the bull Is not penned. but I.! the next two week. '
only! basis. for such a feeling Isat something lacking in substitute NKW 3
t *. do not know bow good the that's always there In originaL allowed to run with the herd a, TOHACTO GROWERS: >IKKTTlfton. : : Shipment. of pepper for the 1. : I :

, oth"t twoyeard Liver Pills financial loss Is suffered by hav- reason up to last Saturday totaled CAFKTERL1 f
when she Is a Carter's LIttle
I., Genuine freshen at season of Ga. 20 while '
heifer ing cows a -Nearby Georgiaand cars at this time last
: therefore. It 1 I. some- vegetable calomel,
ae, 'ater'to she bas containing pure low milk prices Instead of I it* the Florida tobacco grower re- year there had been no carlot shipment "
torpid 4
wait relief for
I herself a son give tried and true tall just preceding good demand eentljr met hers In one of a seriesof *. It In said that this I I. the Serving' you at TUB HILLSnORO 1. A pleasure
[,7Q;:lire before taking sluggish liver. Starting bile flowing for milk. meeting being held to eouald- first October for several year that j jf
r f
a herd.
I *a a final world'of caution, do freely, they flush body clean. Cartel'sLktle Care should be taken to see that : er cooperative organisation. A. P. pepper have moved out of this t., D. SKINNER ,0.3. JACKSON
lO rt live to Liver Pills\ come in red bottle the penned buH baa proper abater, : Spencer and II. G. Clayton of the tate In carlota. t

40e OQltrate the lu bull Physical a chance powers.fall Substitute are Insults to your liver. feed water and management atall I Florida Agricultural Extension Hernando county I I. shipping President' Manager it

4 hal It Take Carter*. times this winter. 'Service: were among those present about five car dally of eggplant
I strength.
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hostess served sandwiches, cake.., \\'1IEN A CHILI) HKKVSIJS: ToE.T next paragraph. Father, for his 1".U'n: li! -.

coffeo and tea.Members Turpentine Gum : part Is usually ready to do any- 1.IIU'U\: C'U\ltcfn: <(< TIn(; : WIT'

present were; Mrs. S thing within reason to terminatethe : lon; : XOI

G Lewis Mrs. R A. Newsom, Mrs. Health Committee, unbearable situation.
(Chairman Lake CHwi

.t 5ocEiv4J'l I J, It. Hundley Mrs. J. D. Goodman Men \Will Meet Starke Woman's Club.) When resolution has thus been ments chorgi\\u\\ v. IJ.1t,

J __ Mrs. G.V.. Alderman Mrs. Why does a child refuse to eat? screwed to the sticking point, the Publishing ( iitraJ,
J. H. Pitts, Mrs. W. J. Epperson, And how Important a matter Is It', necessary Instructions are given as of the weekh' J,I"", ,,111111"t
Mrs. L. Peek Mrs. Kin- Could chile First certain articles of I'l ,la" ,
8. D. C. GainesvilleThe If he does refuse? a follows: Herald and thn. , "owil
law. for long time without eating? food are to be placed on the tabooed ?, """",
: H. NJTOf&Nn :MKS. IJ.: M. the prize for making high score .. go a i criminally uuei,, ,I.'?,", ba
:_ How would he starve if his list. Chief among these are
.' I JOHNS KXTIKTAI.V; : roil The hostess served her guests noon H. Carlton W'.,., I 11"lIf', r
with sweet BIRTIII1'ltTY -=---- mother did not force him to eat all forms of sweets, including sugar Columbia 1It
tempting course. 11Il1'r
: \ VISITORS Those present were: Mrs. O. L. board of directors for the something? Should a'child be allowed jellies Jams, pies, cakes honey, today Beside counn I ,,," ""
i ilI th",
: Edward Raymond entertained new Gum Turpentine and Rosin himself until he Is Second two ?????hlll,
I,11 Massle' Mrs. to starve syrup, etc. additional E. Ico
: A delightful dorlal affair of the nea ley, Mrs. T. B. O. pany T I IiollinK ,
number of friends Friday Association have, calledan a. ,
a evening Marketing 'rll
enough to eat How much meals are to be Included in the
hungry 'dlt
I,,. Haynes Mrs. Edward hums : and W. I.
: l! week was the bridge party given Ooiernu,,
I at a birthday party. Those important regional, meeting for ln.
should a conscientious mother day's regimen, namely, a midmorning (rtlr'Mann
and Mm./ L. Wymon. Mrs. J. K. Wilson. were
: Friday evening by Invited to enjoy the evening were: all the Court House, named ,|HI" ,
producers at
make child eat at meal luncheon and a midafternoon untt
anyone -
Adkln and Mrs. W. M. a J
oii Mrs. A. Z. Immediately .
Johns at 'their home ,
E. M.
Mrs. fl. ,
_ til to WalnwrlghtSIKH. / Billy\ Powell, Leslie Biggs< Blllle Gainesville, for 10 a. m., November21st These and a hundred other questions luncheon each to consist, at meats 'Ilf ''Ddl, ,'

:, I' Walnut street complimentary Long Ralph Rhodes, Junior! Ad- when officers of the association connected with eating are first, of but a small glass of milk "Baba"were returned rhPt1fr'l\.1!), \
_ Judge and Mrs. Marlon Hendry kins, Marjorie Stump, Lillian will Inform the producers of Douglas Mi, he''
In the minds of and sandwich few
probably revolving a or a graham 'otPa
I 41 of Tampa. : I). A. ;SIO.NTIKTII: CilVK.S: Jacksonville to 8erv.
Stump and Marlon Williams. the present status of the applica- thousands of mothersat crackers. These to be ""s !
hundreds of are offered the *' <,
where FOR defendants
I 'rl8! large living room, PARTY I
l' ,
j Refreshments of birthday cake tion made to the government for There is nota noted not
t entertained was L--_ this very moment. be it necessarily: to be Holllnggworth ,
the'gU8StS u
:' l, ; were and cocoa were served by Mrs marketing credits for gum turpen- wu ''In.
phase of'everyday life that taken. Third, instead of being (at
i4 #,i r attractively decorated with a prot1li. The home of Mrs. D. A. Mon- urg- number of witnessei
: Raymond assisted by Miss Mae tine and gum rosin. causes so much anxiety, family dis- ed to eat, threatened If he doesn'teat wh"" recfl1'
tleth/ beautifully decorated was called to
I fusion of chrysanthemums was
II roues, Patchett. According to the executive officer and genuine bribed to eat and cajoled testify ber0,, ,
with quantities of pretty fall flowers sension, bickering, Into county grand
and potted plants.
__. 1at .i t1li. t' ,. Five progressions; of the game Thursday afternoon when she of the association, about one- distress as the failure to eat manifested tasting this or that, he Is to be allowed which spent ten Jury day m 'T'IlIlUhaAtc-]
STOP WOODS F1RKS: third of the entire turpentineand
thel jJ J : were enjoyed at the conclusion\ of entertained at bridge honoring her gum by so many children. Why to eat or to go without eating : charges which Ooverno.IIIVPHlIgatlr
: rosin production in Georgia should this be? How can the situation without so much as a word of ""arlll
] $ hbeai ; l : which prizes were awarded Mrs. sister, Mrs. A. J. Murden of Savannah said had been muI 1< ,
With the approach of the buntIng Florida. Alabama South Carolinaand 111b1
'g41 ti //:1 A. Z. Adklns? and Mr. W. M. Waln- Oa. be remedied? reproach or command from his "several newspupci, ',11'' ,
: Florida Ser-
season the ( Forest Louisiana Is represented bymembers tal
dI8a : wright for( holding top acore.I4 At the close of an afternoon vice requests hunters and trappersto of the new association. The description of the situations elders. The grand Jury I',., ?Ir,?, r'' 'II, !
Mrs. Hendry received pleasantly spent playing auction given by mothers of children who He Is to In and sit bills at the Irl
down at .
tab) ;I4 Judge an "\ come cone I inquiry. ."",i, ,
I h I be careful with fire. Large and Ve must have as nearly 100 per tl, I
refuse eat all strikinglyalike.
.',. !$ guest prizes. bridge prizes were awarded Mm. to are the table five times a day, but at .
; r. disastrous woods fIres are easily cent representation as possible,
:' / i; The following players enjoyed J. K. Wilson for holding top score Such a child comes to the the end of twenty minutes by. the .- ,
caused by the lighted match cigar, says ir. M. Wilnon, executive vice-
_ :If., sandwiches and tea; Judge and and Mrs. Paul Canova for making table reluctantly, his mother tes- clock, in the case of the I
cigarette and pipe ash or the camp 'president, "if this marketing association -' mld-morn-I Plant City
; Mrs. A. Z. Adklns Mr. and Mrs. low. Mrs. A. J. Murden was pre tlflert. She may perhaps help him ing and mid-afternoon or - Lnngto,, lJaUf'
Iti \!; f,1 fire which Is not thoroughly out. in! 'to be successful in rem- and Tire Service
,' ': C. A. Knight, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. sented the (guest prize. A sweet seconds the' to what there Is, though she is of thirty minutes in the case of reimnu ,at ?.,'
It few edying situa of
requires only a or present market establishment,
f, r' Walnwrlght Judge; and Mrs. MarIon course was served the players. tion." Walter1 more likely to consult him as to the' three main meals, he Is to
minutes at the most to make these liny of Jacksonvilleand
y ,R Hendry of Tampa Mrs. J. C. Enjoying the afternoon with what -he will have\' lie refuses to leave the table, whether he has Daytona Beach Plan !
;ew ., enemies of the forests absolutely Ocala, president of the Flynn Undo?1
_ +1 i tha( # F, : Robinson. Mrs. J. E. Corpening the hostess and honoree were: harmless. HarNs Billiard Company, and a have an thlng. She helps him to eaten much, little, or nothing. This way to locate and, opem, Slfi

Ii t 1 and Mr. 11. F. Demorest.LADIIIM Mm. N, Sternberg. Mrs. Paul Ca- Woods fires destroy the natural I I member of the new association something, In spite of his refusal, Is to be done, not for one meal, but ship hotel alongside( font aide|
I Ljr nova, ,Mrs. W. M. Walnwrlght and then the trouble begins. She for every meal. A small portion ocean pier here.
home of birds and animals their will be one of the principal
Mrs. N\.D. Wainwright, Mrs. J.,.W, exhausts every art to get him "justto Mount Dora --. Mr and
teaspoonful at Mn
r : AUXILIARY" OF TIlJol'U.JfoIU'TJoIU.N of- Breakers at the or most a table- '
feeding and nesting grounds, meeting. Julian
taste" the food, telling him bow E. Slade of Mlmi
h Andrews Jr., Mrs. K. L. Biggs, Mlnneapolb
: CHURCH spoonful at first, of every article :
ten the Langner, who developed the
killing outright. ; or-
Mrs. L. D. VlnlnV.'\ Mrs. J. L. Fra- game good It Is, that he must eat, if he suitable for him Is to be placed on leased Mount Dora Hole)
Especially Is this true throughoutthis ganization plans for the association -
f zee, Mrs. II. C. Wall Mrs. J. E. wants to grow up to be a big man
of theN his plate, but not the slightest effort
The Auxiliary -
_ region where our principal and who has represented the
begs .
like father, him to take
Wilson and Mrs. Junius Smith one
church held Its to induce him to eat it shouldbe
Presbyterian regu- -
game birds, such as the quail and producers Washington before little bit for mother's sake, all
44? lar monthly meeting at the home turkey, nest on the ground. the Federal Farm Board and the without made.

,jj.i) of Mrs. T. S. Williams Tuesday VIHITOII HONORKDMrs. .: The state derives a large revenue federal Farm Loan Board will Then the any father appreciable stens In and effect.takesa "How long will It be before he TheScientific

: evening' with the president, !Mrs.II. from hunting and trapping licenses also attend the meeting and explain begins to eat?" the, mother asks.
II. Young, presiding. / N. Sternberg gave a delightful masterful hand. lie Is not goingto This it is Impossible to
the situation the prophesy,
and thousands of men take prod -
, Miss Mabel Weller had charge bridge party Tuesday afternoon advantage of the recreation and u rers. allow any of his foolishInesa. aa it will vary wit* the determination Beauty]
; of at her home honoring Mrs. By the time he gives up in despair,
i the devotionals, continuing the employment afforded by hunting J. B. Davis, of Albany, president of the child, his knowledge of
I W. P. Randall of Tampa. grandma Is ready to step up to
Ktudy of the "Message of Stew the perseverance of his
c ,: and trapping. Help us protect of the' a aorlatlon, says "I bat. At her parents, ShopOF
A graceful arrangement: of autumn suggestion, extra
ardship. this, one of the greatest of Florida's hope every producer in the region amounts and the degree of appetite perver-
During the business session flowers was used In the of sugar are added, special sion that has been
wrought the
$ who by
qWcU)1 natural resources. It is especially has not heard the programof
made for local charity rooms where theguesta were at dainties are produced, and all course FLA.
\ te2* en4 plans were requested thtroughout the' new asftorlatlon explainedIn previously pursued. It may
u.2*, work, and final arrangements were play. During the games/: bard candies sorts of rewards are ,promised all safely be stated however that
this district In the vicinity of forest detail 'will attend this meeting, And the offers Beauty Service |
_ served the tables. unsuccessfully. there the on
made the K. be were Is
for 0.
play to cure usually the
fire protective units in which is It is for thttlr benefit and how wellxon way
::4 : given; November 21, at the club Prizes for the afternoon were the federal and state governmentsand ho new aanohlation will operate." game stands-one to nothing, in I long before the conclusion of the Starke Hotel
; house. Mrs. J. M. lIltche1waa\ awarded: Mrs. 1>. A. Montleth for of the child. second day.
land-owners are making an The association last week took over -
and Mrs. N. D.Valnwl'lght What would be amusing about 1
appointed, chairman of ticket committee holding high; score a
effort to control woods fires. the Naval' 'Stores Marketing MONDAY
\ for making low Mrs. the situation If it were not so
Mrs. H, F. Clark and Mrs.
These units Corporation the I
i D.: C. Klnlnw were appolnttHllltage \V. P. Randall wan presented the specifically: protective'located as are follows more: marketing agency producer-owned and states thatIt tragic, Is the fact that no one A.VM'AL I-II rOXTIJHT: Come to the dernonstratiorl

guest pilze) as a memento of this seems to acquire a grain of wisdom '
committee, and )Mrs. O. Ii. Lowry,
The Black Creek and Leno in the anticipates doing $15,000,000.- The annual Monday morniprg Apnomt) (
enjoyable party. from the experience! that en- county contest of
chairman of committee.
_ J press central 00> worth of bhslness 'next
and southwest of Clay season.
1, Mrs. T. N. Kendrick assisted by The hostesn served Ire box cake sues without variation, day after the 4-H club girls and boys of ments taken.
and northeast Irving Pont was continued
county of Putnam vice-
b&jIMlib, )Mrs. H. F. Clark, gave Interesting and coffee to the following who I as day. Each meal. seesan, optimistic Bradford county will be held at ''Let's (;et Acquainted."
county; the St. Johns in the president and general of
..J*: papers on "Missions In Slam." were present: Mrs. D, A. Mon- manager start, followed by the custom- Starke Saturday, Nov. 22nd. under -
ern half of St. Johns county.OLIEit north-I board of directors. Details of
; f> iif Monthly Homo Missionary letters lleth. Mrs. W. P. nand all, of Tampa the ary gymnastics on the part of all\ the direction of Miss Pearl
meeting In
are the hands of
Mrs. J. C. Robinson, Mrs C. concerned and concluding with Jordan, home demonstration agent
O from
were read Alaska and North .: itorsONIIIU.MI: : : Dan Howell, president of the Central 666I.
', Carolina. A. Knight, Mrs. K. M. Johns Mrs. AT OCALA Florida Turpentine Producers the abject defeat and unconditional and Mr. L. T. Dyer, county agent.

N. I U. Wainwright Mrs. surrender of the Each year an annual achievement
At the dose of the program a ; T. ll. Mas- outgeneraled n iloctor'n Prrnrrliitlnn( fur
p poem and songs appropriate to Bio, Mrs. W. M. Wainwright Mrs. Association.'a ad u Its. day is held, and at this time
Merilll E. Drown, state secretary COLDS nml HKDUlUtIt : ;
Armistice Pay were enjoyed. )Mrs.It. O. L. neasley.! Mrs. K. U Biggs."' It is refl'oshlnlthen.\ to be ableto articles made by the girls women
of the Florida state V. M. C. 1 In the iiiont speeds. rrmnlj kiu.|
Cano______ J. Davis rendered two solos, Mrs. J. W. Andrews, Jr., and Mrs. A., has Rent out. formal notice for RO\D I ;MIJHIIKII.S; J PLKIKiK: : assure the troubled parent that I and boys are assembled: and exhibits OttO also. In Tubli'lNThe

;,:Lrh' accompanied at the piano by Mrs. J. L. FruzeoitMisiiri. I the Thirteenth State Older Boys'' itU1l.liN G 1 0,III TO PAUATkA particular manifestations of his I from the different projectsof
' child's nervousness be terminated -, work are put on display
13. M. DavU. may
Conference to be held' In Ocala, I
_ The hostess, assisted by Mrs.[ C. .\ : ; i>.\r PIUXJRAM Friday, Saturday and, Sunday, No- (Continued from page-I:) whenever he really so desires These exhibits" will be on display -

I 'Tii 'C_ _ N. provided only that he will at the court house and will I
Christy, served delicious
_ _ ,4)) refreshments vember II, 15 and 16. This conference and the
*t. ?' to the twenty persons An Impressive Armlntl<\V Day i Is for high school boys of state road department make some definite decisions at be open to the public at 2 o'clock.At .

j K.k'r present. The rooms were beautifully program wall rendered, at the The resolution introduced by the outset and will thereafter ad- two o'clock In the afternoon a
leadership who are fifteen years of
decorated with rosos and Woman's Club Tuesday afternoon age or older Col. Hllburn and unanimously here firmly to them. The course program will be rendered by"

ferns nt 3 o'clock with Mr. )K. K. Perry- adopted follows: outlined here has been advocated the club members and other people -
_ It Is for the definite of
man in .barge. purpoxe Whereas It is the opinion of BO frequently, and observed with from the county !Mlaa Mary .
enlisting high school boys In far- .
? >? The program given was aa follows a this group of people here assembled such unfailing satisfaction, that Keown district agent of Tallahassee -

:JW 1 VZMS _____ __ 5: TWI': 'r"'I'I1" : CENTURY : reaching program that stands for that state road 28 from Lake its success can be confidently predicted and !Mr.' Nettles district agent.
: frndani (Li'ii :MKITS: Christian living and right habits. City
&I.nto : Prayer-Rev. J, T. Clity. The lint of to Bunnell of the most The relief afforded Is so Gainesville, will\ have part In the FORDBATTERY

Opening r""marks-lltr." E. K:, speakers and leaders important, If not the most Important genuine and so welcome, when It program. The program will be

4p ff4t' ;I: Dr. and Mrs, E. L. Hlggs! entertained Perryman. of discussion groups Includes Dr. uncompleted highways in the does come to reward the sorely held In the court room and the

members of the Twentieth Solo "Let Us Have Peace" Joseph Roomer Dr. 11. O. En- present state highway system; and tried parents. that they usually public l Is Invited to attend.
wald Dean B. A. Tolbert and As-
nd o Century Club Friday evening at John Powell. Whereas, tho different counties( waited so long before obtaining 'It. a

t ,\ their on Walnut street Address--Mr. Melville R' John- sociate Dean Robert C. Booty of through' which this road passes Before outlining this treatment,

_ or* '; The Biggs; home was 'tastefully" son of Gainesville. the University of Florida; Rev. having bonded themselves and furnished however, it may be as well to but- Fort Myers $1,500 being

S'I' Drf't decorated for I the! nccn\: lon with Song "Amorica"Audlence.flened IT. S, Gordon Pastor Presbyterian money for the purpose of tress the resolution of the parents spent Improving Palm City Ice Co.

!) /hrysanthemumi and/) exasperated to
It ) I Brown of Jacksonville State Secretary -: paint large airport marker on roof
flowers. the building, of this road the of
r Td r It' -I Y. M. C. A.; Warren F. Magee ; I point adopting almost any of new Shell warehouse at
rou. _ ': Following! the awarding ot WOMA.VH: : 'ri.m MKITI.M: : and remedy that holds out hope of corner '
St. Augustine Y any Anderson Earns its Cost
p ''ord M. C. A.; II.Jt. avenue and Monroe
prizes to the Winners tho guests Harper, IJaytona Beach Y. M. Whereas It i U, the opinion of this relief) by explaining to them an l'l'of .

;:: enjoyed a salad) course with hot The regular meeting of the I C. A meeting that ''this road cannot additional evil that the course they'
_ _ ,," tea. High scores for the evening Woman's Club of Starke was held meet the situation for which It was are following is sure to cause.
; were made by Mrs.[ F. F. Stump Wednesday afternoon with the The details at Ocala are being created, nor give the communities They already know that the child

f''; and Mr. Sternberg while Mrs. L. president.' Mrs. L. A. Davis In the high handled school by and n. the M. Craig Counsellor of the ofthe.jiiY through wh'ch'! it passes or the is undernourished, peevish, and an fJJtl>rRi NTl D and Over

V', J). Vliilng and(. Mr. D. A. Montletu chair. After the collect and club traveling; public the service that Insufferable nuisance; that meal
Club of that city.
scored low. Kong, the minutes of the last meet. was contemplated until It li completed times Instead of being pleasurableand IfORM1i1PEEDtJP
_ .
The conference ( at 4:00:
'; Those Invited to be with Dr. and lug and executive board meeting opesn from Luke City to Bunnell, relaxing Intervals are a night-
; o'clock on Friday afternoon ONI.$7.50.\
.: jvirn. niggs! were: Mr. and Mrs F. were read and approved. Reports and mare. But there is Btlll\ another
F. Stump. \1r, and Mrs. L. I D. Vln- were given by standing and special i.MAM. H. VYMS: Whereas It Is the/desire of all count In the Indctment-perhaps!

log, !Mr. and M>s. I). A. Montieth, committees. Miss Pearl Jordan present at this' meeting to form tho most damning of all, In Its effect -

'udg 1>11', and !Mrs. J. W, Andrews. Jr., Mrs. W. II. Parks. Mrs. 11. A. Newsom Last rites for William B. themselves Into an association for upon the future of the child. I

Mr. and Mrs. O. L. lIeu ley, !Mr. Mrs. W. II. Mumly. and Mrs. Haynes, Sr. 72, years of age prom- the purpose of assisting and ad- Nothing Is so Insufferably bore-

and )Mrs. N, Sternberg;, Mrs. Junius Jacobs) were elected new members inent official of the A. B. and C. : vising with the state road department some and disagreeable In an adult,

i co Smith. Mrs. Jack union, of Savannah Mrs. K. Perryman.: 111'11V.. CJ.Hulls. I railroad, who passed l awny Tuesday and promoting in every way as the conviction on his part that

**rot 0 l] "' (la., and Miss Mabel Weilev. Mrs. 10. 1 M. Johns and Mrs.A. ;, Nov Ith at his home In Fitzgerald the completion-* t this road without hla food likes and dislikes, his 1'UICED at $7,30 "ith

.l. ', Z. Adklns, were elected dele- ; Ga. were hrld Wednesday, any further delay. aches and pains, his moods Ills

y' th _______ -, I I gates to the sectional district Nov. 6th, at the old city cemetery Now, Therefore, nit It Resolved: sleeplessness or his l\.Y pepslw' are old

I 'SIRS. C. .\. KMCIIT IIOSTIMM: meeting which U to be held at the at Hampton. Rev Guy, pastor of that this group 6f citizens here assembled of absorbing Interest to the world allowance for your

\ MK.MIll.HS; :: : 01' flRC'LI'! Woman's, Club. South Jackson the Starke Methodist church, assisted do form themselves Into about him. There Is no one whomwe

: ville. by Rev Montgomery; the /an' association 'Ito be called State flee so fearsomely, or dislike so battery), the Ford H-1

*r Circle No 1, Woman's Missionary The program for the days was Waldo Methodist church, conducted Road 28 Association, for the purpose cordially, as a person who can conceive -

Society of the fluptlst church In charge of Mrs. O. L7 Deasley HIM services. of adviH'ng! with and assist of no topic of' conversation

held Its regular monthly meeting chairman i of benutlflcatlon, Mrs.\ During early manhood, Mr. ing the state road department and more enthralling than just such Intimate \ plate 'battery more thanpa's

_ Monday afternoon at the home of Edward<< Burns chairman of civics. Haynes served In the maintenance promoting In every way tho completion details of hla own physical YourBusiness

8o __ __ lIfr C. A. Knight with ten anemt The following program; wan rendered. division of the Atlantic Coast Line of state road 2S withoutany state. Yet here are parents actually for itself in Ions: and

4'4f0' _ >ern present. railroad. In 1895, be resigned to further delay; and helping their child to believe I

J 4' "; Mrs. J. L. Itrownleo opened the Talk, George Wash Ington's Love enter the general mercantile business ! Be It Further Resolved that that his tiny doings and not- <00-- .. --__._.__

't 1i. .1 devotional reading the 23rd and for 'Trees-Mrs. Burns. at Starke, hut later returnedto the officers of this association shall\ doings are of the deepest and* more II. reliable servIce

'&' UoL part of the 24th Psalms. Mrs. A. Illustrated Talk on Florida the maintenance division of the be a president, an executive: vice fascinating Interest to the whole E. LAGERGREN

K. Wall led In prayer Wild FIIwer1I's. C. A. Mlers: name railroad. Several years later president a secretary, and a vlctf group of adult human beings that

Following a short business ses- of Tampu." he became associated with the A. president selected from each county constitute his world. In other Surveying, Leveling, Built for the heavy demands -

ttlon, a social hour was spent In Vocal solo "Trees," Mrs. A. Z. B. and C. railroad. where he remained through which the road passes; words they aro helping to make

_ '.'. sewing. The hostess assisted by Adklns., aa a valued official until and, vBa him a neurotic, self-centered Mapping, Ornamental

1 th her mother, Mrs. James Shepard During the social hour tea and death. It Further Resolved, thata adult. realization of this dangerto of cold-weather

nerved) waters and hot tea. sandwiches ,were nerved by the One ton, William B. Haynes copy of these resolutions lie furnished the future happiness of her frequently Garden Designs

,' _ Those present were: Mrs. J. E. hostesses: Mesdames 1>. K. Knight, Jr.. and two daughters survive Mr. the governor of the state convinces a doubting -
J' guarafl
Wilson Mrs. Wt H. Perkins' Mrs. Hamilton Rttch. J. E. Corpenlng. Haynes brother, O Haynea of of Flortda and each member of mother o{' the necessity of taking Starke, F1& i starting Fully

1c ;. Jim Kight Mrs. W. L. Wall Mrs. (I. II. Lowry, W. G. Il'alU, J. C. Hampton nnd nephew Dr. O. L. the state road department. the course to be outlined In the -,- ---- -. ...... .>

A. K. Wall Mrs. It. L. lirownlee Hoover, L. II. Hill. Haynes of Starke.Pallbearers .. . , teed. Let us install one

&L d4 i Mrs. Ilaston, Mrs. J. C, Robinson were selected from Palm Valley County commissioners .

j and Mrs. James sWpurd.! ('IIWI.UJors: : : : among the many officials of the autho'rfleddrainage Improvement r. 1 1I

.-1 railroad who accompanied the project affecting local RADIO REPAIRING in your car now.

AKTKRNOOV: IlRIIHii: Circle No. 3 of the Baptist funeral party( to Hampton. Interment section of St.1 Johns county land

i CLUB :MKKTM: : church met Monday afternoon at and funeral arrangementswere which will cost about 1000000. I

', t ?1 \ 3:30: o'clock at the ham, of Mrs. under the direction the Panama Cty! Seventh-day I ALL MAKESSmith's

Miss M'&bel Weller was hostess It. A. Newsom. Da Witt C. Jones company: Adventists will build new church II I Jr|

: to members of the afternoon The devotional was led by the a building on Magnolia<< avenue; Service Station Ws Andrews,

bridge; club Friday afternoon at circle leader, Mrs. 0. )V. Alder West Palm Beach Florida West Palm Beach Fruit and .

', : her home on Cherry street. man, after which the regular business Power &: Light Co.will. remodel vegetable market opened at 1913 STARKE, FLORIDA

The party room where guests was transacted. Plans were Schrenbnlch block at cost of $111- South Poinsettia avenue. Authorized DealerWestinghouse

were entertained was prettily dec made to' end a Thanksgiving bas- 000. Tampa W. B. Schuler announced Phone 118iflQ.1

orated with lovely cut flowers. ket to one needy family of the Jensen $7,070 bond Issue plan to remodel and repair

At the conclusion of the play community. The rest of the after- voted upon to build new school Bay View Hotel at cent of Radios J

.. Mrs. o. L. Beasley was awarded noon was spent in lewlng. The house. I about 40000.

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,. l-yd. wide fancy and plain color 'oOTn\I.I. o.un"F.I.I.. ATTKN lat services.!' Many\. of the A D. &

i outing flannel sale price 16c at n.u: j A. railroad officials were in attendance -

H Stump's.Mr. -r and acted as pallbearers. The There's

Keen Interest Is being displayedby floral offerings were unusually That ,; :.
Bits of ,
in\ and Mrs. J. P. Robinson and Stark tale year in football large and beautiful. .. Mr. Wilbur Archer of Tampa were games of,the high school team as Last Friday No. 7th, the Hamp- 'Certain Something" About This .I I '' '

guests oil Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Rob- teams played Wal- '
was evident by the large:crowds ton basketball I,

1tlli. bt Local r.le inson for the week-end. attending the games lmLake City do on the Hampton court. New ONYX Stocking \ i a ''",

Friday and Qhlefl( OoTtt Mrs. O. E. Stansbury and daughter Among those athol! >tarke-Lake I ton and the boys score was -

ter r, Concerning Our People Butinc and Edna Alabama-Florida were In Gainesville' at- City game ef'eII'; !\ and Mrs, N. favor of Waldo, I Style 785
Lillian Martha The Santa Fe River Associationof
ton Progress of the County and Town. Sternberg; Sternberg
dll game. Powell Lillian Stump. Mr. Baptist convened with the Baptist -
a fineness
A certain misty a'
rrlij: and Mrs. C, A. Futch, Mr. and !Mrs\ church here Nov. 4th and 5th. $1' .65 ,

1 --.::-..:.:-I=-'""' ==.........=.....=......=.....=. -=-=--.... --....., ......... --. 14-tf.Get syrup cans at Andrews. 11- J. M. rownlee. !Mrs\ J, C. Robinson. The Devotional services were con- certain feel of elegance, that ,
1tall, Mrs. It. F.o. Demorest: Mrs. E. ducted by Rev. McCall of Gainesville E/
IUCPOUT Miss Rosalind Jacobs of F. S. \V.C. '
I wt\Tu.n( : : S. Matthews Mrs. 11. C. Hitch The address of welcome was make one look again to
o in Tallahassee the week- Mr. and !Mrs.\ Frank Carpenterof
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Mrs. T. T, Long, Miss Ethel Grlffln," Rev. Taylor of Hampton.
lv.ek Nov: 11th 1980. Winston-Salem N. C. visiting be it isn't a French
uuof ending branch.Forest end at home. are Miss Hazel Middleton, Miss Madge The attendance was the largest sure

,mpiled by Starke Mrs. Carpenter's mother, Middleton Mc D. A Montleth that has ever assembled at Hampton 41 stocking !
Station. Mrs. A. Weeks. .
R. 4
\perimeut Mrs. Lelia McGeechy and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs II. C. Wall Mrs II. to u.meeting of this kind. Some !

eioLh MIn. Preclp. A. Bishop Dot Bishop, Buddy Bishop of the "great speakers In attendance
pttte Max Pat Whitaker of Tampa were Mrs. O. L. Beasley left Wednes Nina Bishop. Mrs. O. K. LewIs were Rev W. J. Meade of Ala- .4 For formal afternoon and I. S< .3ft,

ors 6 60 38 ? /guests of Mrs. E. M. Johns Sunday. day for Tampa being called thereon Grsnvllle Kirk Lewis Jr., Paul chun K. G.i Diamond of Mlcanopy, ,
V wear we frankly
account of the Illness of her evening ,
lath r II 63 41 Raymond Buck Williams, Dr. 0. J. C. Moore, of Hawthorn J. M. II
66 62 Men's, women's and children's sister, Mrs C. C. Hoppe. W know of r '
rlh .P. Raymond Dorothy White Car- Lewis, Rev McMekln and Rev. 'admit we don't a cf vt4
" 'v 71 63 sweaters sale price 98c at Stll mp's. ol White, W T. Weeks Martha B. Hicks of Waldo. Drs. C. M.

its v", a II 65 62 T. a't.Chlldrens shoes, sale price $1,00 Powell. !Mary\ Brownlee, Miss Cleo Brlttain and Wtllian of Jacksonville stocking that can touch it in I

In Yo II' 65 68 .08 Mr. and Mrs R. F. Demorest Stump's-Saturday only. Shepard, Miss\ Loiselle Turner and RovE A. McDowel of in .
% or price j r.
69 motored to Lake af appearance ?
"f.) ,11 I 76 City Monday Miss| Daisy Tompkins Murla Lake Butler. Many useful discussions -
Rev. J. T. Guy attended the
Total( ) for the week. 08 Inches.JGim ternoon. Weeks, Marjorie Stump Lois were delivered by those great:

District meeting of the Methodist Ling A. E. Wall,. S,, it. Johns. Dor- speakers, and enjoyed by the large WITH FRENCH HEEL I ssSSTERNBERG'S

shells at Klckllter's. Mss Eva Collins of St. Petersburg preachers'at First Church In'Jack- othy Hitch, bliss\ Estelle Davis audience. A bountiful lunch was
sonville Monday. in all the costume tones i was the guest of Miss Evn Miss Lula Redgntves+ Evelyn nurved on the grounds both days new ii

I Get i lard< cansat Andrews. 11- Rlgdon Armistice Day. Stump and Supt. A. J. Calms Hot coffee, and cream and sugarto -'I. i
Mr. and Mrs John Uglow Miss ,
a Attending the, ',StarkeChleflanilgame go with it was also served abundantly "If'hm Sbr Goa"I wJ .
Carrie Uglow, Mrs. B. Wynn and I
and ''fI Mrs. J. J. Rigdon and Miss Eva were: Martha Brownlee While more than two hun-

-eonde I Mr. 0 C, White was home for Itlgdon were visiting friends and I Mr.\ and Mrs Boone Dick motored Mary Brownlee, Hroward. Strick dred were In attendance provisionwere

L 18 week-end. relatives In Jacksonville this week. to Gainesville Tuesday afternoon.Get land J. (}. Alvarez Louise Hayes made for all. Most of the I t ;.ht Ar's'

Beatrice Johns, Nathan Prevatt, delegates left expressing a desireto I
J salt at ll-14t-f.
'1. Irs[ : E L>. Biggs was shopping Miss Lolselle Turner. Miss Thelma come to Hampton a"alil. and
Fine new line of sweaters 100
I/Jacksonville Wednesday. :! Miss Melba Silcox Mr. and said this most
I Sllcox was a enjoyable association -
percent wool all sizes (colors at Mr.\ and !Mrs\ William Neal And
I Mrs. Dave \ Mr. A, Mon- .
dress gingham. Sale J. M. Alvarez. Look this line over Mr.\ and Mrs. William Neal Jr., Sllcox D.
32 Inch Gratten Frank In- The Hampton Hotel Is
before buying. DI', and Mrs. Kirby and !Mr.\ and tleth. Cooper, progress-
Irite, IOC yd. at Stumps.Mr Mrs. Kenneth Kirby of Marlon N. man, Mr. A. J. OrI lIf.Mr. and Mrs. Ing nicely under the able management -

Junlus Smith. June Smith Lillian of Mr. and Mrs. Root I
Mrs. J, A. Saul visited Mr. and Mrs. Pate Gassett visit C., enroute to Sarasota were guests I
and Mr Mrs. A, .
Sternberg, and C.
Thursday. ed relatives and friends In Gaines- of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Corpening
I Miss\ MIrIam
Fntch. Gary Overstreet,
ville Sunday. Friday IlKAt'TY'SPKri: : ('())UH;
Jacobs Miss Dora !Manning\ ,
of Lake City TO KTAHK13]
f Mr T. T. Long
In Starke. Mrs. O. L. Beasley and Mrs. L. Misses K\a Rlgdon: Enon Collins Miss Clara Louise Peek, James

l sent Sunday A. Davislslted Glen St. Mary Fri and Earnest Smith of St. Petersburg Lowls Mrs. A, Z. Adkins, Mrs, J. Mrs! Smith of the Scientific t,, P b"f I
E J. Wilson MUs\ hazel Adklns Lois I
Cabbage and onion plants. J. F. day. were among those who attended Adklus Beauty Shop of Ocala, and formerly -
J. Warren Woodrow
the boat races at New nun. of Cleveland Ohio will give
-- Mr. .K. J. Roberts of Lawtey, lake Tuesday. I Ford, Merrill McMillan Miss Ruth their services to the ladles of
-. Sternberg. John Redgrave, Miss
Mr und Mrs. L. A. Davis were spent Monday with his daughter Starke on Mondays and Tuesday at
hlor JnckHonvllle Monday. Mrs. E. L. Biggs.Peter's Mr. and Mrs L. C. Ray have re- I' Leila IK-u Andrews, Mr. and Mrs. Starke Hotel. She Is a member of
'a i 'K. F. Stump Lillian Mar yk kt
turned home after a vls't! with Jacksonville and National Hair-

and Mrs. J. L. Simmons relatives In Jacksonville. While jorle Stump Evilyn Stump and drluflers Association! and thoroughly -
Mr '
Gun Shells. Get our Dr. O. 1'. Raymond.
Wednesday, in J Jacksonville.d away they also visited their eon cfllclent In all branches If '
rent ,
; prices before buying. Smith's Ser- Among those ;
Rev L. G. Hay at Dlnamore.A the ladles desire a shop In Starke, '
vice Station. 10-31-6t I ida-Alabama. football In
I ,) wide yellow homespun sale Gainesville game let. us cooperate and eventually n SUITS CLEANED, PRESSED AND RESHAPED
) Saturday were: Col.
"rlie( 7 1.2c at Stump's.Mrs Mr. O. J. Grlllls of Lake Butler benefit bridge Is to be given and Mrs. J, L. Frnitee permanent shop may be established -
for the Woman's Club Wednesday : Dr. and Mrs. J. Frank Thnrnan-Phnne 52
was a business vslltor In Starke M. L. B'ggs: Mills Lena Belle Shepard -
: Nov 19th 3 o'clock. Tickets BOc
\V K. Brown of the state .-
Monday. x Be and It. Mr. and Mrs C. A. Knight. her parents, Mr., and hire Tuesday In Starke.Mr sure conic 1'n.\: N H \VA\Tii:
arm Mr. and Mrs\ H. C. Null Senator HIiiHon last Sunday

and Mrs. George C. Whiteen Mrs P. M: Barefoot and daughters Mr. and Mrs. N. G. Adams Mc and Mrs. K. M. Johns. Gloria In the market" for good pecans MIMHKS Eva! Lee and Edna;; and /JOOTSEY.SJEACll
Juanita and Sarah spent Sat- Johns. Judge and Mrs\ A. 'z. Ad-
visitors to Jacksonville Tues- Kay Johnson and :Mis. Myrtle Reddish Will pay host pflce l If well dried, Altha Hhame spent -tho weekendat ah
urday In Jacksonville. kins Lois Adklnrf, Junior Adkins.II' ,J
attended the
AluburpaFlorIda and clear of trash and culls ,
a) !\ J. J. Truby Mr. T. B. Mastd St. Augustine with relatives
football In Gainesville '
game 11-14-31. N. D. Will Andrews of 4a
lOc at Wainwright Miss\ \ Turner of Hamp- and Mrs. +
, Long cloth, sale price yd. Mr. N. D. Wainwright, James Hlch- Margaret a ik
Get lafd cans at Andrews. 11- Stump's.Mr. Saturday. Wainwright, Mr. W. M., Walnwrlglil ton spent Tuesday night with New River were guests of Mr. and ,

1 1-tf( i Misses Okie and Willie Mae Hln- Mrs W. H. Reddish Sunday $ +
I Mr. 0 Kirk(
Lewis Mr
Mrs Florence E. Ca nova, Miss
Mra. J. I. O asking was ?
and Mrs. P. A. Turner of MOn. s
Eunice: Cunova, Mr. and Mra. Paul Matson Mrs. J. E. Corpening Emory : : .. 10). 10. llarnvr. Cor.
Sirs DeWitt C. Jones of GalnesIllu to Starke Saturday afternoon. : n'
Willlflton spent Thursday with Mr. Guy, Henr< ''Guy' Mlns Florence Mr.V.. T. Zelgler of Jacksonville -
pent Wednesday.. .with Mrs. and Mrs. G. H. Bennett. Cunova and son, Paul III, were Mntthews'-'Dr.! O. P.: Ray- wan visiting bill parents. Mr. Mr. and Mr. Carol of Jacksonville W
of !\ and Mrs. Robert .
guests air M. ' ;.
,i', J Alderman Young at Atlantic 'Beach Sunday. mond. Mr, I). A. Mnntleth Mr. B. Mr. and Mrs. It. It. Thode and and !Mrs.\ J, J.. Zeigler Wednesday spent tho weekend here visiting wS'P ;' ,

Miss\ Mary Brewer of Orlando, - ,.-. Lovellr J. G. Alvarez James Lewis family "spent, Sunday afternoon In night. Mr. and Mrs. John Cher er. l '
Mr and MrsJ., E. Wilson and Mae Jacksonville. Mr. Charlie dasklna of Doctors
was the guest of Mills Gusule: Mr. and Mrs. 'V. M. Igou of Eus- Lester Price Robinson Billy Graham ----s- ti
',Ir ind Mrs. N, Sternberg spent 0 .K. Inlet was a visitor here last Friday -
Bennett for the week-end. tie, were the guests of Mr. and Sum Alvarez, Milton Brownlee Young and II. W. Burney eloft'

11- the and Mrs\ J. M. Hosier toad'd
Get syrup cans at Andrew end. John Wheeler Charle Henry .Mc state GKAUAM

'hlldren's' Coats 7 to 14 years, 14-tf. Millan Mr, and Mrs C. A. \
all price. $2.96 at Stumps. Ii'. Clifford |Itlltch M of Vander- Merrill Futch, Mr\ and Mrs. O. M. Lake span] the week-end' with guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Reddish $

- Mr. Ray Colley Wildwood. bilt and Mrs. J. S. Blitch of the Sintrunk(: Mr. Joe Sistrunk, ,John MIsH Louise Thede Mr.\ O, P. Wndwworth attended Sunday afternoon.

Or and Mrs. O. L. Haynes and spent Tuesday with his parents state farm were In Starke Sun- Hedgritves Ralph Cox Jcotor Charlie Sapp. of Jacksonville the foot hull game in Unlntm: '(jlle Jo'I.OIUU.Ifr.'HJ,) 1 ESPS1

Inulien spent Sunday in St. Au- Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Colley. day. Thomas Dr. K.: L, Biggs Leslie wan, a business visitor here TutwUv. Saturday ntUrnoon.Mr. t'HAMPIOY
,U8tinMi I CM'Il
; Riggs and L. A. Canova. < \ and Mrs W. T. McKver: weren l-ll k

Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Halle and Dollar hose, all new 'colors at --- A. Pd. Lewis. and W. C. Woolen '! Starko Saturday morning '

and Mrs. J. G. Oruher of sons, spent Sunday in Jackson- Stump's.Mr. .AKMJSTH'i": I>.\Y "i'It1N71L1M I are attending court in Starke this Mr. anal Mrs, A. A. Arnmtead of Chicago, 111., November 10.-- P 8 aid l

Alma Ga., were guests of Mr. and ville. week. Gainesville were, visiting Mr. and Showing a net profit of $241 40 at '*

Mrs i A. Saul for the week-end. -- and Mrs\ W. L. Edwards 'The following program was carried D. W, Moore, Cecil) Whitehead Mrs. t.. C. Smith Sunday. after the close of a twelve months record

Shells. Get our and daughter of Jacksonville spent out very effectively In the and W. F. Moore with the Boy noon. kept on her flock of 197 t 9u ( 4t'r
MliHazel Adkins spent the Peter's Gun High School auditorium Scouts. attended the football Rhode Island Kudu. Barbara Illaey .*+
before buying. Smith's Ser Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. W. H.Struth. Tuesday, game Mr. GV, McNeil of Jackson- tr
week iid in Gainesville with her prices 1031.5t November 11th: In Gainesville Saturday! ville watt visiting his brother Mr. of Cantonment Kscambla county,
Station. ; ,
aunt Mrs J. C. Adkins. vice Song, America! --School. The Ladles Aid fit the M. K. It. M\ Johnson here Sunday. has been! named the World State /

Get Dr.,and Mrs. O. L. Haynes and Mrs.M.\ DeSha of Wlldwood,, Devotional-Her. J, T. Guy eh U I'ch"were delightfully"" entertained Mr. Hubert Brown returned to Champion 4-H poultry club mem- ; l '

nail at Andrews. ll-14t-f. family spent Sunday In St. Augustine Is .spending this week with her Relation' of Georgraphy to the at the home of !Mrs\ W. F. Tampa Monday after spending several ber for 1030 in a statewide contest :

with relatives. parents Mr. and Mrs. W. II. World War-A. W. Anderson, Jr. Godwin; with her sister, Mrs. week. here with his parents, on the economical production
:Mrs T. B. Massie and Mrs. J. Strut'li. Relation of History to the Chandler! as. joint hostess The Mr. and Mrs. A. (I. Brown of poultry products It l Is announced ,

A Long were In Jacksonville Monday Our dollar hose are beautiful. World War--George Inman. members enjoyed the Bible Study Mrs Ell Pnrrlsh and lairs Kate t by R. W niacklork' ', state boy a' '

) Stump's.Mr. Ask to see the beautiful all silk Relation of Economics: to the taken from the World Service : Starling were shopping!' in Starke club agent of the College!! of Agriculture ( tl }

full fashioned hose for a dollarat World War--Gordon Wadsworth. monthly paper. During the nodal Saturday afternoon ( University of Florida at + rGainesville "' '

Stump's.Mr. Vocal duet--Mr. John Powell hour the lI'uellts.were served witha 1 1 ua
and Mrs. J. M. Rrownlee and Messrs Dewey Murrhee and Har-
A % Mi' and Mrs.\ W. M. Igou visaed, and Miss' Ethel Griffin.' delicious salad !Bourse, vey Woods were visitors to Starke Aa/ reward for this achievement -

GENT WORD tho state farm Sunday. and Mrs H. C. Wall were Relation of Science to the World Mr. and Mrs. J, J. McLeod and Saturday morning. she wjll,receive n prize' educational ;)

the !guests of Mr. and Mrs. W, J. War-Merrill Futch- Mr, Lena McLeod of Melrose viII Mr. E. J, Yarborough of Law trip to the ninth annual ,A

COLUMN Mrs\ J, M. Brownlee and Col. Epperson Jr., In Jacksonville first Address on the Necessity of Patriotism Ited with Mr. and Mrs. A. M. tey was a business visitor here''' National Hoya and 1 Girls 4-H( Club '

W. T. Weeks motored to Gainesville of the week --Di'. G; H, Lowry Blanchard' last week. Thursday. Congress and the Chicago Colt- pjt! wvaf

Tuesday. / J Song, "America the Beautiful" The W. M, U. of the Baptist Mr. Fred Johnson and Mister, 1I"lun Poultry Exposition to bIn 'W'helal

\O TRESPASSING for rent, for /" Circle No. ;2 I will meet next Mon -School.. church met at church Tuesday Gertie attended U. Y. P. U. at Chicago December 1 to 5, -

oak cards at this office.FOil Bed' ticking fancy patterns sale day afternoon, 3-30: : o'clocklLt the Benediction Rev J. T.: Guy. where they enjoyed an Interesting Vanderbilt, Sunday night. Here she will be the guest of the 411 1f1J1J

price 10c yd. at Stump's. home of Mrs. J, M.\ Ilrownlee. -. Bible Study. They have been Her. Taylor of Hampton[ will Quaker Oats Company, who offered _

I ( .\1U) ')1'( THANKS studying the books of the Old till hla regular appointment at this prize trip to encourage t r

SALE-Fresh milk cow with Joe Mitchell of Lakeland spent Miss\ Kate Struth retutrned -- Testament and find,!It Indeed interesting the Baptist church here Florida 4-H club members enrolled '
alf B. Watsonig, Starke, Fla. Sunday front Jacksonville where We wish to thank the good people Quite Sunday In
the week-end with !Mr.\ and Mrs. a number of ladles. morning, 11 o'clock. poultrjr production enter-
IIFOR J. M. Mitchell.Mr. she had spent the past. ten days for their ass'stance in the burial were present Messis." Hoy, John and Jimmie prises.At .

with her sister, Mrs. W. L. Edwards of our loved one, for tho wordsof Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Harrell had Reynolds. were In Starke Saturday the National 4-H Club "Con

SALE Chicken fertilizer and Mrs.\ C, C. Hlgginhoth- consolation,: to the bereaved andJfor an their -week-end guests, Mr. and I afternoon gress liarbara's club record will ,

(frll' from trash and dirt. $10 am of Ocala spent Sunday with the many beautiful floral of i Mrs Abble Jones and two children he judged along( with those of all

Pe> ton at farm. Geo. Miller Mr;; and Mrs. N. D. Wainwright Vance Russ of Lacrosse was a ferings. Signed--Mrs. W, B. of St. Petersburg Mrs Jones. I I..* 1 state poultry champions com-net-

Poultry Farm Lake. business visitor to Starko Wednesday Haynes and family of Fitzgerald Mr*. Harrell's niece. Ing for two college scholarships of ;+,'
Fancy outing flannel sale price: , Ga., and O. llaynes of Hampton i Cecil Whitehead, Lacy Futch EVEII'GIWENMr. $300 and $200 each.

lOc yd. at Stump's. A large rattlesnake measuring and J. II. Harrell are among those .. V. A. ......r, Con Barbara Is 17 years. of age and +
MULES; FOR SALE-Fine: pair of :Mr. and Mrs. J, A. Long and between five and six feet was cap attehdlng court In Starke this has been a poultry club member ib ; fart

mules well mated work anywhere !Mrs.\ W. H. Stmth and daughters -: son, Jack have moved from Ft. tured In C. A. nirt'a horse lot last week Mrs.. Leslie for four years. Her club record ; ;

in excellent condition.Can spent several days In Jack- Myers to Starke. Mr. Long is. Monday The monster. had nine I' Mr. J, Frank Norman and son, week-end with McClellan 'spent the shows total receipts of $841. 13 %'a Ladf
be Brownlee's connected with the state road de- rattles, and a button. It was Jack, and Ellsha her parents, near
seen at J. M. sonville this week. cap- Fryer, of Moul- Lawtey from her club flock for the twelvemonths j
Lured Mr. and Mrs. It. II. FutchII. .
place 1174t. partment. by George Manfgo! a colored trle, (Ja., attended the football period ending August
H. Roster 31.a!
and Leslie
Judge and Mr. Marion Hendry I man who was working out the game In Gainesville Saturday Ian 1930. At the end of the contest t''
of Tampa were guests of Senator Mr. and !Mrs. G. W, !Marks and premises.+ They tame up Sunday and spent day were visitors to Starke Satur- she had 70 laying hens In her Ala

PLANTS- -Cabbage collards, Bermuda and Mrs. E. M. Johns Friday and daughter and Mr. and Mrs. P. F. The remains of W. D. Haynes the day! with Mr. and 'Mr*. J. H. flock. The total number of egg l') r

onions, beets and Iceberg Saturday Maguire and daughter: of Orlando, who died In Fitzgerald Oa., Nov. Harrell. Mr Oatewood of Lawtey, Mr and Mrs S. Yarborough! of produced during the contest was ;
DeLeon t
lettuce; 500 for $1.00. 1000 fort were guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. 4th was Intered In the Hampton was also their guest for Sunday Springs spent last week 10.061. t47 i''#

50, charges prepaid. 6000 for Mf. and Mrs S. V Trigg and M Darby several days this week. cemetery Nov 6th at 1} a. m. The d'nne'. here with Mrs. Yarborough' 'par In addition to her poultry "' fM c}
ents. Mr and pro ) '
SO, charges collect. Write remains Mrs. Kersey.
of Jacksonville brought to tbe homeof ject Barbara .
Mr. W. A. Beaty f has carried the gar'P
'for ) Bullock's Mrs. Karma Mrs his brother Mm. J. S. Hosier was visiting
quantity prices. spent Sunday with Mr, and Mrs. J. Bankorls. Pete ..O. Haynes the evening her den projects. for: three yean and
Plant Farm, White Springs Fla. Arndt and son, Paul of Grand before the burial where fu- daughter Mrs. Willie Reddish sewing for four 1
Saul.Levlton's. ; years.
A. ,
10314t.GROW I Rapid. :Mich., are guests of their neral services were conducted by THERESSA Sunday afternoon. .

Tailor ShopCleanIng aunt Mr. P. N. Barefoot this Rev. Montgomery, pastor of tbe all... llft<.... Zrlmt.r.. Coy Mrs Mary Reddish spent a few West Palm Beach -z A great 4 '

Easiest and pressing. U-14-tf. I week Methodist church here, and Rev S.days last week here with Mrs. J, I throng gf -Tl ltors and resident f ,
I II Gay of Starke. .W. H. Haynes was Mrs (1 : Jollied here
today In
A. Hlnson
and< most profitable bulb to I and childrenand Mrs. Cohen Peele celebrating
Pat Dr. S. C. H. Burgln presiding once a resident of spent Sunday
Senator 'hltaker and Mr. our town, and Mrs. Watson of Miami he city's first annual "season
Crow and with
We supervise planting I her parents !oIl' opening
of elder of the Jacksonville\ District has many friends here and Mrs. "
were guests mourn Mrs M. A. day The
lthont for Burdson of Tampa Halt and Mr.. Sawyerof event formally
$ contract Ury Reddish ,
charge and at
Saturday and and Mr. H. C. Berckland of Jacksonville Us lose lie leave beside friends Waterook. the
John Gremlin opens Winter
Senator E. M. were visiting Mr and tourist reason
crop at Mrs. R. Mr n
fixed price. Mrs. N.
of Mr. and to: his Dradley and
were guests mourn loss
a brother, O. Mrs. O. W. Hlnson l '
Sunday Monday.
Orlffln, Lane St.. Palatka. Mrs L, A. Davis Sunday. H ynes of Hampton children of Jacksonville spent the Fort
Florida for Pierce a wife. Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. A, 8. Hair and chil week-end here Myers Polk company 4t,1',
: supervisor with her
Bulb Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Randall and W. B. Haynes of Fitzgerald Oa.. dren of Karlton have been visiting Mr. and parents grapefruit; cannery opened for 't'
Co. of Orlando, largest Mrs.
spent several days Tampa Large plant of Scovllle : -, Ihree children and a grandson De- relative here. business with weekly payroll 4
distributors of Gladiolus bulbs lon of Tampa in West Witt Mr. and M1 s. R, 8. nosier and run F''
Canning' opened C. Jones fling
''n Individual in the U. this week with Mrs. Ilandall parents Cov mortician 'of Mr]\ and Mrs., O. C. Mann and children spent / about $2.500.
cartons M. Alvarei. Tampa. Gainesville, bad charge of the bur Sunday with Mr. Palmetto Woman's '
J. children of
3. '10-31-51-11-28- Mr. and Mrs .awt' Palatka, were vUitlng! and Mrs, James Rosier CJufc
building formally opened.n . a l

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: Jacksonville
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Is love, not that we loved God unto eternal life.--Jude 20, 21. STATE NEWS I several weeks local as well as visiting 218 Main street n,",* Hat 8GalneBVIlla
: his Prayer "0 let thy love our "?11'11' 'I D
but that he loved us, and sent : fishermen have gone to the
for spring-tide be. And make us all (Continued from page c .,,
Son to be the 'propitiation our each night to fish and '..

mil. sins. Beloved, if Cod so loved us, bear fruit to Thee" are the most active in behalf of bridges quantities of small white trout for firmary construction ''II, ,.w".stun let I .
we ought also to love one another -. their respective states. This and have been caught, Some of the University ""Impu,
of or
.1 John 4:10: 11. FUiruU
MKTHODIHT other pertinent information was older fishermen of St. Andrews

Prayer: "Here Lord, I give my- obtained at the same time by W. Bay state that this specimen are Inverness .J j ] '
Tby word is I lamp unto my fed tat a light i onto ay path.-Pulm 119:105.: leased Avalon Tit, nerd. rep
self away 'tis all that I can do. Preaching every Sunday at 11a. L. Hill, secretary to Senator Dun- rarely caught around here before ',1. E

f All' religious teaching doctrine or November in, 1UO: m. and 7: 30 p. m. can U. Fletcher, In pursuance ofa the bridges were built but are Whaley of Atlall'uBrooksvllle M

IJUJrlUIirilfilU( aiVJUlia. creed il they are to have any claimI Perfect Love-There is no fear Sunday school. at 9:45: a. m. E. formal request submitted by apparently here in great numbers 1 j.: \1 \I'slay

'i I pon the love loyalty and devotion of the people must be !in harmony with in love, but perfect love casteth R. Perryman, 8upt.. Hervey W. Laird manager of the according to the large strings that ceo ly leased Vi,, t 1" " "*r1| Ie-

t' the teachings of Jesus the Christ whose words fit into every fold and creviceof out fear: because fear hath tor- Prayer meeting every Wednesday Lakeland chamber of commerce. have been taken each night, Key Weal i- 'tinny :

1.. the human heart TIIIS and of whom" it was said in John 7:46,"NEVER MAN ment lie that feareth is not made 7:30 p. m, to build post out ]10 .,1, 'If *bare*. ,r

,.' SPAKE LIKE MAN. perfect in love.-1 John 4:18. A cordial Invitation is extendedto Panama City.. I, .
Tallahassee Approximately Tallahassee The age old, cry store of d m
Ii \VIIULY: ,SKUMOVKTTI: : ': control, why should not diseases Prayer: Jive me to know 0 you to attend any or all of and Hrewci, ," '"*
i Florida
80,000 subscribers in of the convicted prisoner is "giveme chased by Our i
depart when commanded by one Lord this perfect love. these services. Troy i?
eleven other states In the defunct liberty," but in the county jail Bay Ilarboi, .
the works Jesus had __
do ,
who could .
lie MtiiiJohn 'ul4'r
ClirlM ( : ( November Ifl, O.JO: As- "
Insurance "c'-to
I' Federal Automobile at West Palm Beach waits a man at paper mill lilt '.
4.7: 9. 10, 13, 14. There done? Faith and the New Birth-Whosoever PItENiiVTRRLN: : reciprocal insurance he 'If ra
sociation, a for the supreme penalty; and idly. p
romelh a woman of samarla to "When Jesus heard It, he mar- helleveth that Jesus Is the have profited by an
- organization waits and walls From the hundreds State road del'
:' draw water:: Jesus Balth unto her. velled and said to them that fol'lowed Chrlttt is born of God; and every Services Sunday, November 16, Indiana court decision accordingto of queries and requests to tract for grudlnp n. *' eon
Give me to drink. 9. Then sulth 1, VerilY I say unto you I one that lovelh him that begat state' insurance i I" Itat.
I a& follows: ofllciala at Fred H. Davis. attorney general road No. 2, .dui i ,
1.1 of Samarla unto him have found HO great faith no. him also that Is begotton of \1','
the woman nut loveth school J. M. here. The court ruled Uor. ;
lOa. m Sunday< department conies a plea from T. Southworththat and from Tavaic. !
': How Is It that thou I being a Jew not In Israel." The Jews thought him. By thla we know that we subscribers will not ,.ra
I Truby, Supt. that the his sentence of death be exe- Cross City \,
Askeitt drink of me, which am a they alone held the true knowl- love the children of God whenwe for the lid rk I
11 Morning worship, ser- to assessments
a. m. pay cuted without further delay. applied on Cedar
t ( Samaria! for the Jews God and had the right belief his 111,1 ?
woman of edge of love God and keep commandments.i of Inclusive. The lreet
b mon by the pastor. "The Joy years 1924 to 1927, ''Southworth's papers have been in and Harber Aveuu,
have no dealings with the Samarl- concerning him, but with -1 John 5:1: 2. to the
the Lord Your Strength. equal
assessments were awaitIng
the hands of the Governor Tarpon SprlnR.
tans. 10. Jemia answered and said Christ the Jew and Gentile stoodon Prayer: "0 happy day that fixed those 1'lllUa,
Endeavor. for
6:30: p. m. Christian amount of the premiums his signature to a death war leased Royal Then ,
I. ; into her, If thou knewetU the gift equal terms. Because the Jews my choice. On Thee my Savior ''If,
Topic: "Jesus An Example and were levied by the receiver time Mr. Davis Marianna '
years rant for some explains )11",. I I'' Ain
that uafth to said "Many! 11'1' ;
'.' of Cod and who It Is rejected him Jesus I and my God. Stewardship" Leader Miss Carrie of the assets of the associa but owing to the present placed soda founiai "
drink thou Come the east and went,
theo, Give me to ; shall from November 17, 103O
Vglow. tion. State insurance department contest In the courts over the leg- Dade .
City N
wouldest have asked of him, and and shall sit down with Abraham, Victory In Christ-For whatso- : tlnlaturl,
f 7:30 p. m. Evening worship officials here said that this associa- ality of the electric chair law, no golf course
he would have given thee living and Isaac, and Jacob In the kingdom ever is born of God overcomeththe of business opened
. song and sermon. Sermon theme. tion wrote a large volume death warrants have been signedfor TallahasseeStui,.
water. 13. Jesus answeredand of heaven. But the childrenof world; and this Is the victory' I "I depart
"Living by Faith. In Florida prior to the revocation -
several months. The legalityof let .
ment contract .
said unto her Whosoever the kingdom shall be cast out that overcometh the world even I'i' \ II Bro
Prayer meeting Wednesday at of Its certificate of authorityin the executioner Is now In the bid of
on $82,103 rIll ,
drlnketh of this water shall thirst into outer darkness. our faith Who is he that over- ,"UrUoII,

,.i'J again: 14, Hut whosoever drink- I Christ looked forward throughthe cometh the world but he that be- 7:30 A cordial p. m. Invitation to all our 1928. hands of the supreme court Downin of bridge across Dunn <"reck
Southworth still waits
the jail Palatka
J ;.' eth of the water that I shall give centuries to come and saw repentant lIeveth that Jesus Is the Son of services extended to all. Fred llafen. take*

.\, him shall| never thirst: but the water believers from every nation God?-1 John 5:4: 5. Jacksonville When Edith 1 over management of I'm Am Sir

b that I shall give him shall\ be coming Into his kingdom.Of Prayer: "All my trust on Thee Nichols, gypsy. fortune teller, was Palatka-A writ in quo warranto -! vice Station at .4th and Held

in him a well\ of water springingup this statement of Jesus Mr. In stayed. All my help from TheeI M1MSTKRS OIUJAM/K CON- released from the-clty bantile herea proceedings seeking to oust R. Crestvlew New hospital o'

Into everlasting life. Spurgron said "What a turningof bring." FKRKNCKMonday : year ago she probably believed 0. Howell from office as sheriff of Enzor Brothers nearing comp) -

F. Prayer: Lord five me the living things upside down! The nearest November 18, 1IKIO she would never again see it. At Putnam county was Issued here tlon.Plant

dater that I thrlst not. : cast out and the farthest True Prosperity Beloved I Nov. 6th at 10 a. m. any rate, officers said, she took last night returnable before Judge City Langford Battery

How can one rejoice during made nigh! How often la this theca wish above all things that thou the ministers of the New River As- some of the jail's best bed coverIng George William Jackson at St Au- and Tire Service remodeling rear

trials? Answer, read-I Peter 4- e! The centurion comes from mayest prosper and be in health sociation met at the Starke Baptist to say nothing of ripping mat- gustine next Tuesday The writ. of establishment

12, 13. the camp to Christ and the Israelite even as thy soul prospereth. ForI church and organized a Ministers tresses in the detention rooms. was issued on behalf of R, J. Hancock Daytona Beach - Plans und

goes from the synagogue to rejoiced greatly when the broth- Conference, to meet once a month. That was a year ago but station recently appointed by Governor way to locate and operate steam.

hell. The harlot bows at Jesus' ren came and testified of the truth .Those that were present were matrons were angry about it. To- Doyle E. Carlton to serve the ship hotel alongside north side of

I feet a penitent while the self- that is In thee. even as thou walk- Revs. G. P. Raymond C. A. Crosby day three gypsy women, among unexpired term of Sheriff P. M. ocean pier here.

SUNDAY SCHOOL righteous Pharisee rejects the eat In the truth.-III John 2:3.: F, M. Taylor. J. F. Gabrel S. them Edith Nichols appeared on ,Hagan, who died last month. At Mount Dora Mr. and Mrs T

LESSON great salvation. Oh that this Incident Prayer: "Thou 0 Christ art allI S. Proctor, W. II. Barnes, M. D. charges preferred by a negress. the general election Tuesday more E. Slade of Minneapolis. MinD

I may sweetly persuade us want; More than all in Thee I Jackson L. G. Hemingway. They had, the court learned told than 400 voters wrote in on the leased Mount Dora Hotel.

to believe greatly!I" find" Rev O. P. Raymond was elected the woman's fortune and leaving ballot the name of Howell who Tampa Bank planned to >
The lesson closes with "And November 10, 10IO president and"-M.'' D. Jackson as had been acting sheriff by appoint- established here.

Subject: The Believing. \ Centur- Jesus said unto the centurion Go Follow The Good-Beloved, follow secretary.. coverings ment of Judge Jackson during the St. Augustine Alhambra Hotel

ion. thy way; and as thou hast believed not that which is evil but that The Ladles Missionary Society sun. "That" said Judge M. B. term of court in session at the leased by A. Mustmlem to J, A

Golden Text "And they shall\ so be it done unto thee. And which Is good. He that doeth good entertained those that were pres- Craig "will cost you Just $100." time of Hagan's death Acting on Thompson and R. JohiiHon

come from the east, and from the his servant was healed in the selfsame Is of God: but he that doeth evil ent at the parsonage during the The gypsy woman paid her fine in an opinion of Attorney General Jacksonville- Felarh Avenue to

.. west and from the north, and hour." hath not seen God.-III John 11. noon hour in 'a delightful way. twenty gold pieces Fred H. Davis that Hancock's appointment be resurfaced.

I, ', from the south and shall\ alt down Acts 10; "Of a truth I perceive Prayer: "Eternal love, in Thee which was enjoyed by all. expired with the gen- Pensacola Four and one-hal

t 2 in the kingdom of God." Luke that God Is no respector of per- we rest Forever safe forever The dawas...Very profitable to Panama City Fishing is always eral election, Howell refused to mile bridge under construction

: : ( 13:29.: sons; But In every nation he that blest." all In a spiritual and social way. good, and !is the most popu- turn .over the office toHancock across Pensacola Ray will be readyfor !

" Lesson Text: Mattehw 8513.: feareth him, and worketh right- November SO, IIJO: We are looking forward to greater lar sport of this Immediate section when court adjourned Wednesday, traffic before Dec. 2.

;. Place: Capernaum; Time A. D. eusness, in accepted with him" Kept In the Love of God-But i things and asking for the cooperation due to the fact that it is one of .. St. Augustine MA. Pellletr

\ <" 28. Second year of Christ's Minis- ye, beloved building up yourselveson of all our pastors and pray the outstanding sports that Is good Crawfordvllle Four sawmillsand took over management of Service

\ try. DULY IJIIILK: i I':.AiISGM your most holy faith prayingIn I that God may lead and direct in the year round just as good one planing mill of Sauls Lumber Trucking Co.

, Capernaum was then a prosperous the Holy Ghost, keep yourselvesIn all that we may do. time as the other as there is always Co:, all located in Newport sectionof St. Petersburg First/

i city, which long ago disappeared -Novomlx-r 11, inl< the love of God, looking for the I Respectfully, one variety or another- to be Wakulla county reopened and Bank building sold to DuPont

1 and on Its supposed location The Example of Love-Herein mercy of our Lord Jesus Christ L. G. Hemingway. caught. This sport takes differ in full operation. ]Ball Interests for 9425.000

thero Is now a small\ vlllago called I -- -- - -- - --

w {' Tell Hum The disappearance of By "Erv" Hess
Wilfred Alfred and Sister Winifred
the city seems In accord with Jes Copyright 1930, Rich Syndicate

us' statement, Matt. 11:23: "And z '
' ,'t thou Capernaum which are exalted GEE"-rHI5IS.60ME T -AND, Mr .. V/HV THE AR1'ILLERyALF GEE -YOUR, /

unto heaven, shall be brought BOOK MV51'ell: IQOS ' FACE LOOKS LIKE VOO HAD IT IN A PAIL

down to hell: for if the mighty / f {
works which have been done in WOW A KNOCKOU1"GEE : I ij WITH your BRIDGE WORK-? SOUNDS LOOSE1

c'' thee had been done In Sodom It : I'D LIKE TO BE I IN 75 %j 5A4- (Ou SHOULD HAVE BEEN AT THAT MASK / r


Excavations in the ruins ot this ; 9
1, city have disclosed foundations

and parts of a Jewish synagogue

' The centurion named in the lesson -

was a Roman officer whose position -

was similar to that of captain ;

In modern armies. :: F
', "The centurions mentioned in /qG
the New Testament are attractive

r seriousminded. ,.. /' THE DOOR 5LOWUV OPENED
addition to the one we are to study -: A GRUESOME FIGURE WAS ,rte ,,,' )l ,j

there was the centurion In command 41'7/? CREEPING IN THE SHADOW 1
'" .'B SN4ieS
! 1't:? at Christ's crucifixion, who ?i' OM THE WALL INDICATED THAT 'd as'a\\; .,
declared after Christ's death that .

F h he was the Son of God; the noble
Cornelius of Caesarea, who sent : _. ._ _ -
( 't - -- - -- -

II';t'l ,} all for\ his Peter household and was; and baptized the fine-with J ;THE 'LiiIi G ON MAIN STREET" By L. F. Van'Zei

?" spirited Julius who had charge of -- w ; ,
.wrap acgr ,
it'g; : Paul on his momentous voyage to ftotlij 19fuzz GEE THAT'3 -
I i Itoma" } (ct? > OO ? Q.J"I .

t t .: Our lesson today begins 'And MAIN NEB' M@lN.w. \ 11' 9UR1V GooD!

' when Jesus was entered into Ca- COMPLETEAEROPLANE pE2 .
< I .
t. ;, pernaum, there came unto him a f I

I- .:' '''centurion, beseeching him. And WRITES
Ir saying Lord my servant lleth at Berber
1" ti home sick of the palsy, grievously GEE IM euro 1JO5EE AuTHERE'SA
{. tormentetd. -fwAT9 TwE Flow NE GETS A TkICK BE AUCTIONED OFF -raNoRRau.
MtGM! S'1iFP D
Roman soldiers were then garrisoned IT Tb '3TAY
efFOGINt '
/ I
t. throughout Palestine and COLLARS T'GETNER
.', this centurion probably had charge tTTESEST A*. 1C6 SKYUQiriN ; I LETfEIZS' :- SMOKEUNCLAIMED / HEY RED uuRRV
of the local detachment. lIe must UP HS1S SKYREW
\t" <3 AEROPLANE MiCH TOM w miiN<(360S Y
, have been wealthy for Luke I WRITIry'TNFAkES ,/
i I > the Jewish elders who come on be- JOV6 GLATTDOC '

\. ., lialf of the centurion said to Jesus THERE WILL PCOBA8C I CRANE 1 a i -I I
uhl/lovetb our nation and he hath
,. "
built us a synagogue: Evidently '
: '-i
: $nFC' NKIa4' ON MAIN t .
., lie felt kindly award his servants I I' --uyva.
SET 'Ib""OQRIt ,/,
(staves at that time) and that was _

not always so.. The Roman master t

: had absolute control over his -, '-

slaves He could torture or kill lrn ..-j
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\ them at will. .
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-- -
: You will find no better guide to -
a man's real character than to DOROTHY DARNIT By Charles McManuS

learn how he treats his employees

his servants or Interiors In poet

tion.It Is not known what diseases at.tllcted ARC y/ V LCOL.OR. I JoST LoVE 'WHY ?. pgPA LL DE-- HOME 0Mt3TlR 'J.yTMINKIN
. -- ., 1 AND
: the servant but It was evi WHAT AROUMD =
dt'ntly.causlug suffering, and was YOUR SISTERS YoU A -
beyond human skill to cure. ONE STEPPER? ,r AWHIL6F"' OEAU'Sroo. .

., "And Jesus salth unto him I
will come and heal him. The centurion -

answered, and said, Lord.I ,
am not worthy that thou should-

est come under my roof: but speak

; the word only, and my servant ,

hull be healed." The centurionwas
not a Jew and probably had .. .,
not adopted the Jewish religion
but lie had heard of Christ and hla Dl .

miracles, and had faith in him. vo

He gave his reason thus, "For I 4F aS '1l

am a man under authority, having

, soldiers under me: and I say to I

r. thin man. Go and he goethr and to

another. Come and he cometh; .;. _.. )
! and he doeth It." If such things l ."

were true in his small sphere of - -- .--- .- ----- -- -- -


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ot West Palm Beadh. Jacksonville The preliminary Quincy Gadsden county truck NOTICE OF APPM\TIO" FOR Inverness In Citrus County( Floridadescrihed Bradford County. Florida. tn-wlt:
HEIGHTS TAX ntSKlt aa follows: Booth half of The South went quarter ot the
'EYSTONE Mrs. J, H. Lawrence Misses report on cotton ginned by coun- growers association held meetingat lot more fully described an beginning Northwest quarter of the Northwest
Otxde.e. c... Helen Lawrence Ruth Lawrence at the Southwest corner of quarter and the North Half of the
Ml.* Helen ties in Florida for the crops ot local courthouse. Notice IK. hereby "irlten. that C. Tt. Block 13 running East along South Northwest quarter ot the Southwest
Clark holder of Tax Certificate No. line said Block 60 feet, thence .f : northwest
== Helen Ogden and Mr. H. R Lawrence 1930 of quarter t tn quarter
and 1929. The total for the Chattahoochee Twin City 200, ninth day of August, A. 1>.. 1028 North to Hunt of way of State' toad and the Went half of the Southeast
Mro, George Howard of Illllcresttertainoii attended the Theatre at Pa state in 1930 was 46,976 bales as Grocery Co., opened store In build- haa Ml..d said certificate In my office No. 5, thence In Northwesterly direction quarter of the Northwest quarter ot
and made application for tax to the Went boundary line of the Northwest quarter and the north
Nov. against 26.786
Tuesday evening latka Saturday evening bales in 1929. ing formerly used pool room.OF deed to inane thereon In accordancewith said. Block 13, thence South: along halt of the Northeast quarter of the
party in honor as law. Bald certificate embraceeth mild. boundary line to point of be- Southwest quarter of the Northwest
nJ with A bridge Mr. and !Mrs. Stolte and family Panama following; described properly clt- ginning1 quarter and the South halt of the
City The annual uated In Bradford County Florida Salt ale In. to be made for Northwest
Iceland* and also to arrived O'I'ICR AFPI.ICATIO'V FOR" : purpose quarter of the Suuthweetquarter :
her Keystone Heights Saturday meeting of the Mid-West Section TAN Ie1CEU to-wit I tlf satisfying alil final decree. of the Northwest quarterof
tht ,ccoslon of the openingiVr The Stolte family have of the Florida Educational Asso- -- Lots.'l and 1 of Block 1. Plnehurot I A. S. "' Section Twenty-eight Township
Development Section 21r Township 6 I Special Mauler. In Chancery Five, South. Range" Twenty-two.,
new Log Cabin Tea Room made this their winter home for cltalon will be held In Panama Notice t,* hcrrbv given, that C. It. South, Mange tt Eaut. D' R. KNKIIIT. and II. V. KNIQIIT Kant. containing thirty acres more J
L Clark holder or Tax Certificate No. The assessment property Flnrlda. ,
house. Stnrke or ten
community several seasons City. Nbvember 21 and 22. A 8. 3rd day of September A. I>. 128, under the said Utf'l11..x:. wan : Solicitor: fur Complainant. J 1. FRAZEE
rnon their arrival the guests Mrs. Ella Bird led the second most excellent program is being has ruled *Kt hi certificate In my omc In the name of Wm. M. Thomas. 11-7.4t11.88.MAs'rElt's Special Master
J directed to the community ot a series of Missionary talks at arranged. and mad application for tax dd to Unless said. certificate shall be redeemed B. M. JOHNS.'
Ore IKIIU thereon In accordance with according- law tax teed Solicitor for Complainant. '
f Here they were welcomed the community church Sunday eve- Inw. Sold. certificate embraces the will issue thereon on the 8th day of < 103ttll28. .
Iran open fire in the large fire ning. It was a well attendedmeeting DeFuniak .Springs-Everything ated following In Bradford described County property Florida..,ltu to-- D s D.80th day of October SOTiri3 OF -- :.

I before which three tablesLre'set and Mrs. Bird made the is getting in proper shape for a wit A. 1>. irereby'notice In. given that under ,'t
for bridge. Luis. 10, 11. ia of Block 1, Pln- 1930'O.. W. ALDERMAN NOTICE OF FI'V\I. n''CIlAnGIII'
up subject Porto Rico very Interest- real county fair November 11 and hurt Development Kertton 11 Town Clerk of Circuit Court, and by virtue lit that certain anal
1 The community hous is built en- .ing aa well as instructive. 12. Farmers in all sections of "hl|> 6, South Mange 22 Kant.. Bradford county Florida. Judge decree of of the foreclosure 18th Judicial made (by Circuit the '-:

Irely of I logs/ and boasts a veranda Dr. and Mrs. Wm. II. Crawford the county are preparing exhibits under The the assessment said certificate of said Iaeuett I, property wa 11.7-5t-lS-5. lit and for Bradford County, Florida. day Notice after I hereby. hereof given on. to-wlti that sixty l the ,

,ross the entire side. It consists arrived from Meadvllle. Pa., Monday and getting ready for a mad rush In the name of Unknown. A.In Chancery D, 19.1O In on favor the 13th of the day' Federal of Oct. 23rd day of December 1930. We, the I
Unless mid certificate shall b underclgneil ... .
executor' nf
redeemed the .18t.of
r lone large room very cozily Both Dr. and Mrs. Craw to the fair this year. according: to law tax deed Land Hank nf Columbia a corporation Alice C. M llewke., deceased, willpre..nt
,nfortably furnished with home- ford have expressed their Joy at will Issue. thereon on the 8th day of SPECIAL \MTK.irS II.\LN ,. and against John. Browning. our vouchers and final account -
DBcemtier A. 1930. et a defendant tmderHlitned to the Honorable Oeo. A.
ade furniture and bright cush- being back In their winter home Marianna Marlanna's new Dated lids arih day of October. A. aa Special Mauler. will offer. for sale diner County Judge of Bradford Tar-
o!. A large, bunch of autumn Miss Jean Glass of Gainesville and permanent bandstand will be 0. 1U30. Notice In hereby given that under In front ot the Court House In Cuunly, Florida, for his approvaland
the mantle O. W. ALDERMAN and by virtue of that certain final Hturko, Florida, during the legal our discharge nx s,,( h executors.
meet gum leaves on and Lawrence Walrath spent the completed Immediately after the Clerk of Circuit Court llraJ- decree entered by the lion. A Z. Ad- hours of pale on Monday" DecemberInt This 24th cloy of October. 1525.
,dried greatly to the delightfully week-end with Mr. Walrath's parents Confederate Reunion and will be foid County Florida. klnx. Judas of the 261h Judicial Circuit 1030, to the highest. and beat. W. II. Sl":itiPN'Il; ; and ,
ll-T-Et-12-5. of Florida In and for Bradford bidder for cash the following described MAN HKWKK HEKOKNT,
fistic effect After a number of Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Walrathof I one of the most attractive in Florida I County. In Chancery. In that certain property Ivhiy and below In IO-14-Bf-lg-IO! Kverllton.
amen had been enjoyed the party Keystone Heights. foreclosure case of Farmer andDealers ..
l\oiim op\TH
Itjourned, to the tea room where Mr. Sidney Church, who has I "'0" TAX ....:11:.. Plulnant.-Bank.. tiara a corporation 11]. Sweat et com-al, NO'1'ICIlNotice
[aborate refreshments were serv- been home on a short vacation returned Delray Beach Equipment defendant and bearing date the I. hereby given that the following desrrl4ed lands win 1e, sold.
pur-I Notice In hereby given that C. II. loth day nf October, A. 1)., 130 the at pUblic au..llon (1n the FIRST 1oI0NtJ.\Y IN DI.: '.,:MFlI.H. 1930. It being
d. to the Panama Canal zone, chased for flower shop in con Clark holder of Tax Certificate No. undersigned. Special Master In Chancery the ht day of said month before the courthouse door at Starke In Urad-
The tea room is but a few where\he will resume his work. don with Adams 'Hardware store I 1. 3rd day of September: A. 1>. tt'iH. will cell to the highest. .and bent ford county, State 01 Florida cor so much thereof a. will be necessary
the community house has Died said certificate In my ottlce bidder for cash In front of the Mouth to pay the amount dOl. for taxes set opposite. the ....'n.. together with
,cps from Cathcart building I and made application for tax deed door of the courthouse. In City of the cost of such sale and ndvertlaln& C. A. FUTCH Tax COII..cto.
Ind; between the two buildings isin Lake Worth Improvements to issue. thereon In accordance with Starke, Bradford County, Florida on .
landscaped mlna- law. Said certificate embraces the Monday, the first day ot DecemberA. De.erlptlna Taxes.
attractively 1 made to golf links for winter season -) following /described property eltuatixl D during; the Ionia hour ofsale See. T U A It ....t. ,
Jure garden in which are rustic BROOKERMI. In Bradford County Florida. the following land to-wlti
to-wit: South half of "Southeast' quarter of Lot. U 14 Block 13 Ternpie' -
lables and chairs for summer use. .. Pearl Galaey. Cor.. Leesburg Mrs. A. S. Moore Lot 3 of Block I. Plnehumt Development Section S3 ot Northeast addition __________28 5 U Lole Peek Perryman --f .11 ,.I
Gasps of astanisbment were illy opened West End Coffee Shop in Hectlon: 81 Township 6, quarter of :. Wolh, Southwest' Lots I 9 !lock 3 City Park '
Hub division ___ ._____.28 5 12 Lols Peek. ___
| aiI'd as the guests crossed South, Range: 13 Kant.. quarter of Southweat quarter of P.rryman 8.11 i
once Rev and Mrs. W. M. Moody of Morgan building. I The aseeMdmcnt ot said property Section 23, Northwest quarter. of: r.ot. I a II IS H o$1I. ..
Ihe screened porch and entered Lacrosse Panama City W. L. Metcalf under the said certificate issued wan Northwest quarter of Section 26 all T. tit, Co'. addition _-88 1 II-C. L. Peek _________. .... ',
for altho were visiting here last to the name of Unknown. In Town.hlp 6 South, Rang 11 Kat, Lot. 9 5 10 II 'I lJlocl 53Templ&s '
Irs team room proper; Sunday. I opened store in small buildingnear Unless said certificate shall be redeemed !In Union county, Florida. Addition88 5 II-C. L. reek .._______ 7.88
mall. It Is charmingly appointed Standard Oil Filling Station according to law. tax deed Also, Northwest quarter of Northwest Lot. 4 6 5 T 11 lllock $7Temple's
nd In exquisite taste. Every inch Supt. A. J. Grime of Starke, visIted near courthouse. will issue. thereon on the 8th day of quarter except B acre. In Adeittlon28 I 12 C. 1.. Peek, _______.__ ttI.03
the Brooker school last Wed- December A, 1>. 1930. Northeast corner of Section: 4, Town Lot. I 8 Ulock U J. D.
,f space has been utilized to the nesday. River Junction Miss Grace Dated this 30th day of October A. ship 7 $' nuth. Mange", 22 East, In Jones Addition _________11 8 IS n.. c. Rltcb __________.. ".0.
advantage and Mrs. Howard Blackburn of D. U30. Bradford county Florida One lot fronting on Ilro.d- "
teat Many of the men of our sectionare Chlpley opened O. W. ALDERMAN Also, that portion of Block IS inMouth waY' street bounded N by '
as managed to arrange the room busy attendants at court beauty parlor in Heinle's barber Clark of Circuit Court, Bradford half ot Government Lot line, ,I old county Jail 8 hy land p
to produce an effect of shop In Edwards County Florida. Section 18, Township 19 South I of M. 1. John. and known
oas spa- week. Several of building. '. of t. nelle In I Kn..h..lfof..r _ IR II 82 __ '
them having 11.1' -12-8 Stooge 20 Kant In town A" piece Rnl11 r. ones __ _ 1s 04
iousness which is pleasing indeed.
cases in court. .
fire soft shaded lamps on
J T. Barnes
Rev of Trenton
Its six tables and the glow of can- -- ---.-- ___t
filled his
regular appointment here
Ie light brought Into vague re- last weekend.Mr. '
the Indian baskets beaded t w :?
let \
and Mrs. 0. B. Colson and / /
noccanlns and belts which decode Miss Idella demons were visitingin a: ,,t,y' r sl e

t the walls. Lake Butler Sunday night. : \
striped double sash tAj
Brightly Mr. O. J. Molt was visiting in /i A '1 /
harmonizing the
ermine plain Lake City last Sunday.Mr. I,

Mna and new silver an Iron caul- J. I... Shriver was transacting 'tic xt :; M7 "; -I .Ca
I Irs <
iron suspended In the fire place
business: in Starke last Fri-
lend enchantment to the room.

-mall wonder then that the guests day.. Messrs. R. A. Colson and O. K. irf ,' as r as Jt i tltr

,d't"Tuesday' evening predict a BIICssful Matheny attended the Florida- Q,

. season for the Log Cabin
Alabama game In Gainesville Saturday $ R
"earn !loom, and charming Iiosttx ,

, L. W. Sowell motored to Starke ; _
Mrs. Howard Is a well known Saturday. ri STORE 1)

nuslrlau and active worker In so- Mr. O. n. and R. A. Colaon mo fo t : )

tal! affairs Her tea room Is Ideal- tored to Jacksonville Friday

''y' limited on road 28, three miles H. M. Gainey attended to business -

,east of Keystone Heights I In Alachua Tuesday morn- ENT ( _
I Mrs Howards guests Included: --r5.-; ",
; 1E.'r
Mesdames! Russell Hall and El- ing.H.. P. Gainey Is spending the \\q

ell Robinson; the Misses Helen week-end In Canal Point looking .. : .

Lawrence Gertrude Houser, Irma after farming Interests there ii.iI-c': :; .Ii! '"

'iiliDH' Arneeta Ogden and Helen Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Laird Mrs.A. ,. '.1.:+t. M ._ ;: !; . -? ,1 1M1
f Glen. Messrs. Russell DonId t .
Hall .
P. Raulerson Misses Pearl and ?. : O_<' '
Pangborn, Harold Lawrence Lois Gainey Iris Brown attendedthe _

\lunnnth Hoover. Archie Dlackud football between Starke and -.

Leland Howard. Chlefland at Chlefland on Armistice .-r ,

The "Poverty Dance" at the day. == I 1 .() t.. ..,--
ovllton Wednesday night was a '
Mr. Lester Spnnholtz spent the --t ,C" .", .' ,
illy affair About thirty were week-end in Hellbronn with his .,, ,i ,o ,' 4i
i fI'
1. Jd + 7 '
reaent and all young and old en- mother. .1l e//i ':i! \/ItJ';;t: !. .'. : C, !'' t';..; .; a' ,, B

'red whole-heartedly Into the fun. Mrs. H. B. Crosby was transacting ._ t ..( ':-'. ; ; 5- :tkf,', ttga
ho costume represented variousages / .
business In Lawtey Saturday , \ "

of poverty. Special mention A, A. Hazen Is touring south + ..o: !o.A,... W J .KAf' ';

lould he made of Mr. Stewart's Florida in the Interest of his firm ,t, t e, .' _. .-'-- ._e tlt7T. fl4, .
utfit which certainly denoted ex- this week. '-mow.. . MI'7.. ,.. .. ,
ems need of stitches. A, L, Crosby is visiting Ills / -. + .cw .'' -'/. .' + ., . ll M "
par- ,
Y A'Jh a'i c,( .r.1" Rt+ j. ,, +..wnw. .T/e w.+d .M1 w.wJ.M4r '.,.,.n .l.. News' .I..a ,
silver tea given Thursday ents In Vero Beach this week.A rkrl w' + ; C .: ,,. ,- vt ?rntlrvr'Tryr
tcrnoon at the home of Mrs. EI- splendid Armistice Day pro-

, Blrd was very much of a sue- gram was rendered by the school ,,,y., .w e tM+ J.A srr trl'"ps M Aa+tUa74 w.ww.+.w.w y x ,,,tt a .e N', v. ,),, rw e. '

as. both socially and financially. Armistice Day. It consisted of

atnty sandwiches hot tea and songs, recitations, readings and a I ; '.U". ?
I inch were'served during the af- splendid talk by Dr. Raymond of JrP ,3(
moon Starke. qS"iffi05 *r.5B* ,

In spite of the rain Saturday I ----- ;1

flit. H good sized crowd attended Delray Beach Methodist i

II dunce at the pavilion. The out I. church building opened'at Polnclanla !- a
I \
town guests were Miss Dorothy and Green streets.

nklns a student at Tallahassee : Largo George Lamb opened

r. Paul Bird Dr. Shelby Dr. J. I his Bay Drive filling station. '

HI Kim and !Miss Reed of Jalk- Cocoa. __ Aladdin. Theatre reop- THE MERCHANT

nvllle, and Dr. and Mrs.. Martin ened. and

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ON ALL CIRCULAR ADVERTISING:: A TTER you realize how badly we would fare if our velopmet of our community R.

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

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

the print printing in an inconspicuous was done. It place usually on circulars.appears in small from home? his or her community is against it. What attitudeyou

The imprint of the Telegraph Press shows that ) take toward ,Bradford County and its mer-

the circular to which attached was done in Brad-, ,
People are beginning to consider the fact
that merchants !
much to do with
ford county and that the profit, as well as wage- reputation and F '

costs represented, goes into local channels of circulation after all, they owe a debt to their home merchants.The of
our community
and helps the county. 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 ... -: ) "si

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 in- *4|

your patronage know that you favor those who get
their printing done at home.BRADFORD citizens. to own.

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COUNTY Now, since we are to work for the growth and Boost Bradford County and support its mer- J

chants! -

TELEGRAPH welfare of Bradford County, let us first support the

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Lex Green Is always on the job Their hands must be upheld however "In order to

Bradford County TelegraphEstablished This week Tate Powell, Jr., one of by an organization sufficient MOTORCADE TO glimpse of this giv IItt 1)\1.) vi.ltun;;
I From Other PensNo raui
1877 the editors of the Press, receiveda ly strong to muster the political of Jacksonville tt
congratulatory letter from Mr dint)' ,?

.. .- -. .. . -... .. Green and a booklet on "Infant support which unfortunately is re- BEAUTIFICATIONMEET heavy traffic or th. avoId' iii .
Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered aa' Second Class preacher will offer a fellowa Care", from the Children's Bureauof quired if success is to be attained. tr'cts' during .th," 1"I ,.. d4 '
the U. S. Department of Labor. Putnam Is especially Interested Most afternOOn'}
round trip ticket to Heaven.- county sections
Matter at the Post Office at Starke, FloridaE. will .II ttll,
Who would want Mr. and Mrs. Powell are the proud their
Times-Union. a In the completion of road MONDAYA at 10 a. m., and Ir:

S. Matthews, ______.______________ Owner and Publisher round trip parents of a' fine boy which ar- No. 28. It has large sums of mon to arrive here /I ; '." xcheduk
rived three weeks ago. If you; III I i III

J. C. Robinson _____________ ___________ Managing Editor ---0- think Lex Is overlooking anythingor I ey Invested In the grading of this "The state beumif..' sHon,

+ .. ..-,.. -....-- -- . -'--._. -.- Starke Telegraph thinks that anybody you had better think road, money that was spent In state-wide morotcade composed mlttee' ," conchldl'ti1,'" .' w"anticipates
SUBSCRIPTION RATE while marriages/ may lie made In again. Such! > attentions put him good; faith and with the definite of six sections will trek to thp ],",?, ? .Ienbln

Heaven, most of the preliminariesare where he Is111<1 will keep him assurance from (the road depart- Jacksonville on Monday, Novem- conference ye, hId, ,itate'Wld

Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable In Advance made in automobiles.-TimesUnion. there.-Macclenny Press. Chalkup ment that hard-surfacing was to ber 17. bringing/ delegations from seven years thr, ?,. ? .during! \ If

Advertising Rates on Application at least two mote generationsof I I follow. This Investment will be all sections of the state to the fifteenth been sponsored i iv, ,,1,1, "
.. . . ., .o- Green voters Tallahassee I entirely lost unless-ihe state road Meml-annual state-wide state chamber of ",mr.e, Flol1ll? !
J The worst feature of the bantam State News department lives up to Its promise, beautification conference which .

Clean up the town Austin ')>J getting the u and I lout --- --e- and such a loss would be little convenes here In the chamber of TRAIN I''nfntJ.E:

0s of the tliIns:.-Starke Telegraph. Tim spirit of I7 W short of calamity In this area of commerce auditorium on Tuesday
u Looks like it would he harder to financial depression and high morning November 18, to discuss Local No 1. 1'"lhbound'
Hunting season opens full! blast next week. .1'-, get u and I Into one of them.- Credit should be given the De- taxes. The funds could not, in state beautification legislation, Starke, 11: 11 p. m. du
troit News for unearthing the following -
, ; w 0 Clermont Press. fact, be replaced by the courUy. highway beautification and kin- Local No. 11. southbound
advertisement of 1796, du
'/I' -0_ The grade Is already deteriorating.. I dred topics. Starke/l1/ a. nt,
Ocala Star refers to politicians as wind-jammers. through which a citizen of Phila- '
The strawberry U somewhat of The ravages of time are beginningto "Response from all parts of the Limited No. 107 IIUlbboUbd, ,,
delphia sought! to procure a suitable -
, ,:, 0- "praying plant" A man gets tell. statet In the motorcade," says due Starke, 10: 41 :a, m
servant "Wanted for a sober
left home home-coming day. down on his knees when he goes I Putnam county would also profIt Mrs. 'V, S. Jennings chairman of Limited 191 siMuhbound,
Apparently everybody on du
i r family a man of light weight whofears
to set I them and again when he In other ways. It would profit the state chamber of commerce Starke. 10:36: p. m
the Lord and, ran drive a pairof
goes to pick them.-Times-Union. through the opening of additional I beautification committee which l li Is Locals Northbound:

Football; players go into nO huddle for a conference; fans And again when lie goes to sell wait table He, join must In occasionally household trade territory through the em- i sponsoring the motorcade, "give No. 2, due-Starke ,-, n a a,

them. ployment of labor, through the promise of one of the l largest and No. 12, due Starke, J :05
do likewise shower for comfort.
during a ", prayer; look after the horses find Limited
--- -0-- added tolls that would be collected most concerted movements of Its No. 108. due Start
read a chapter of the Bible. lIe
o The world Is Interested la every on the Memorial Bridge here. kind ever carried out in the state. 5:03: p. m.Starke .
most God willing! rise at 7 in the
new radio development, hoping, [, through the opening of a short Every woman's and \Vannp!
t / One encouraging sign is the way juries are .tightening morning and obey his master and club chamber of Branch'
i perhaps, something will be produced route to Daytona, and that section commerce and civic organizationin No. 101 leaves Starke 7 a m.T0
: down on thise who are guilty of breaking the law. his mistress In all lawful com-
''f. to cut off the neighbor's machine of the east coast. It Is vitally con- the state Interested in beautification arrives 2:40: p. m. daily
mands. If he
can dress hair, sing
at bedtime. Bradford I cerned, so much so that Its citizens has been requested to cooperate cept Sunday.
: County Telegraph. And at the 6 psalms and play cribbage the more legislators. Its bond trustees, in seeing that their T. J. Griffin,
With such good training on stuffing ballot boxes, Tampa agreeable. He must not be familiar ) city agent
.j i a. m, setting-up exercises.-Green Its county commissioners and all and county Is present to answer Blue Bus NchedulcaSouthbound9:37
should be headquarters for a turkey-stuffers union. maid servants, lest the '
Cove Sprlpgs Times. those who have. sincere concern the conference roll call.
flesh should rebel against the spirit a. m.. 11:3:
0 0- and he should be Induced to for the public welfare should lend "The motorcade sections" con- a. m., 4:07: p. m., 6:37: p. m., 11.
Another section of state road needing surfacing is that The most remarkable thing walk In the thorny paths of the their aid and Influence to the most tinued Mrs Jennings, "will originate 40 p. m.
i' about the new runty automobile Important matter of the hour-" the at Tallahassee, Leesburg Northbound-4:60
part of state road 13 between Baldwin and Callahan. wicked. Wages. 15 guineas a : a. m, g:B1*
, >> Is the high price-Starke Tele-I year."-The ?to'dernVoodman.. retting of Highway 28 out of the Tarn_Da.. Plant City.--- -- Orlando.. .------ and___ a. m., 1:63: p. m, 4.23 p. m., 12:
I ; I graph. If you ever get in and out With nothing more than that to budget and under the wheels. New Smyrna. Each will be In p. m.

,, i -. Heflin attributes his defeat in Alabama to "Skulldug- of one you'll think they are highat do an enterprising chap should The attendance from the countyat charge of a section captain and Tickets and Information a v I

gerry." Lack of votes was also a contributing cause v any price.-Macclenny Press. have plenty of spare time to learnto the Keystone Heights meeting will pick up additional delegations Smith's Service Station, next t ta
t' And oil this time we have been laboring the should be representative and Influ- enroute to Jacksonville. On arrival courthouse. i
+ play saxophone In six short
| 0 .
under the impression thatIt lessons. .Lake Worth ential. The occasion warrants It. in the convention city all of :
National Republican officials do not lack courage. Theyare was necessary to get down on ; the sections will be consolidated. St. Augustine Fountain 01:
now compiling a list of available jobs in the country. all fours and crawl In.-Green Of Post Mort4m Praises The Outlook Brightens "Section One, from Tallahassee, Youth Beauty Shop formally opened .

Cove Spring Times.u will travel over state Road No. 1. In Monson Hotel annex. i
o I've noticed when fellow dies, no (Palatka Dally! News.) I
------ : This section will be composed of Fort Lauderdale 16 buildint
i' To encourage beautification of grounds, several Florida Ono million dollars Is matter,what he's been- I permits! !;
being Those whQ attended the meetingat delegations' from west of the cap totaling $11.411 Issued\!
municipalities are distributing free grass seed for winter spent by a Milwaukee brewery Installing A lIalntl,1chap or one whose life Keystone Heights yesterday at ital city and from all counties ad- last month.

r+ lawns. machinery for making legalized His friends was darkly steeped In Bin-- which State Highway.' 28 association jacent to Highway No. 1. Section Tltusvtlle Plans made for
forgot the bitter
beer. The owner Is the supreme was revivedare a unit in No. 2 will start at Leesburg com construction of dock at South Lake
; o' I optimist of ,the country or they spoke" but yesterday. their optimism today. They are ing up through the central part of near here. '

. y, Hillyard (Wash.) News points out that while a girl may else he has secured advanced dope And now they< find a multitude of convinced, after hearing the tenorof the state via Ocala and Gainesville Largo-" Packing houses slatted

close her eyes when being kissed, she won't while someone that government Is going to again fancy pretty when thing I to say. the addresses by delegates present Section No. 2-A will leave from operations.

else is. allow beer making. Bradford I I rI r will bring go to to light rest some one and the reassuring talks by W. Tampa coming via Brooksville, Spuds State road departmen.:

County Telegraph. Perhaps a lit- A. Shands and George B. Hills,/ Dunnellon and Archer to Gaines- will pave seven miles of Road No.
0 tle bit of both.-Green Cove Some kindly word or goodly act members of the State Road Department ville where "It joins ,the Leesburg 47 from here north.Chattahoochee .

When the wife starts figuring on the number of shopping S prings bTimea. But long if It's burled out of sight; that the road is. to be party. Section No. 2-B originatesat New construct
all the
e same to ,
days before Christmas, hubby starts counting'pay --I---0-.r just give to me Instead you completed at an' early date and Plant pity traveling via Dade tlon work under way at FloridaState
Shortening the distance between that the necessary contracts will City and .Bushnell to join the Lees- Hospital.
checks for the period. Gainesville and The bouquets while I'm living and Miami Beach .
: Tallahassee soon be let. burg section at Bellevlew, just Harrison Construction

0 through, completion of state road the knocking when I'm dead.Don't This is, indeed, most encouraging. south of Ocala. Section No.3, Co., received coulrac

,,' Among other road work we hope comes up for early No. 14 from Gainesville to Wilcox upon save your marble kisses brow to imprint It comes as a welcome relief conies from Orlando via Sanford, for construction of $15.000 nor
and the surfacing of missing my DeLand Crescent age garage at Gulf Stream Apart
City Palatka
alter the long period of pessimism ,
consideration is rebuilding of road 13 from Gainesville to the While countless maledictions
links of state road No. 19 from are produced by continued Inaction, and Green Cove Springs. Cities In ments.
:' Bradford county line. Perry to the state capital are now hurled upon me now; for which the Interested section central and south Florida may a -
assured Lake Say just one kindly word to me Pensacola Four and one-hal'
City will lose
\ 0 some was largely to blame. It is consoling choose one of three. sections with
a Western tourist travel us a result, while I mourn here alone. to know that Putnam, coun- which to make the trip, joiningthe mile bridge under construction
The state will with Powell of I
sympathize Avery
{ press but the opening!' of road 28 will And don't save all. your eulogy to ty is 100 per cent'for this project, one most convenient to them. across Pensacola Bay will be read''
the Times-Union and Tate Powell of the Press carve upon. stone for traffic before
I Macclenny more than make up for this loss that It Is in a fighting mood and "The east coast delegations will Dec. 2.

',; ,' in the loss of their mother. e -Lake City Gazette. What the do Rloomlngdale I care If when I'm dead that it means to get what It went arrive at the convention In Section

. . 0 ---o--- Gazette after And it la equally as pleasing No.4, which will begin at New
1 The American Automobile association a write-up with a cut in to know that Brad- Smyrna and travel via St. Augus-
A movement has been started in St. to
Augustine place mourning borders set
Florida division, will ; ford, Clay Union and Columbia tine to Green Cove Springs whereit
bus and truck lines the basis the railroads insofar launch u state-wide It will not flatter me a bit, no mat-
on same as campaign to counties are In the same frame of will join the Orlando section

as payment of taxes is concerned. crystall/e: sentiment and gain support So kindly ter what throw is said, mind. Mr, Inman, personal representative enroute to Jacksonville. ,Cities

,' for a state drivers' Ucense your bouquets of Senator E. M. Johns, from Miami to St. Augustine will
i 0 law to be presented to the now and knock me when I'm who this division.
1,231leglslnture. : was unavoidably absent, de- compose
; c Detroit judge, with a man up for failure to pay alimony, l The Ocala Star bits dead. clared-that the sentiment In his "The sections traveling by way O
asked the wife how long a sentence to give the prisoner. She the nail on the head when It says It may to have be fine, when one Is dead section was. "1,000 per cent."' and of Gainesville will join the delega- ,
the folks
that under such a law the crim- so, another speaker vouched the state- tions from West Florida at Bald-
replied that life would be too short. To hare the flowers come in loads
t inally negligent can be weeded out, ment that his people were "1001 win and enter Jacksonville as a
o -- the Irresponsible\ denied use of the from relatives,' you know; per cent" for Immediate action. unit. This contingent will be meat t

a Whether caused by the day or celebration of the day is public roads and a greater measure It may be nice>tor have these things There were many excellent reasons Edgewood avenue and state

not known, but the Gainesville Sun editor came. out withtwo of safety Luke restored to the high- But just for thoseypB so farm>* I'm leave concerned behind, I for the early completion of lheprojel.t road No. 1 by an escort and guidedvia s
waYS.- Worth Herald. Edgewood
presented by the various avenue through
"Good mornings" on Armistice Day. really'do'fet< mind
-' --.----- I'm speakers. Two. of'tht'1Ie'were advanced Avondale to St. Johns avenue. At

0-- --- Special sessions of the legislature quite white alive I anal well today, and by Senator Htlburn of Put- St. Johns 'avenue the entire motorcade
linger here
1' Ohio store refused to close Armistice day and former are not usually wanted or Lend ,me o helping nam, who pointed to the< oppor- with the Gainesville contingent
needed but an the Ocala Dally hand at times tunity of giving employment to .and go to the Jacksonville'Voman's
ri.; doughboys gave employees and patrons a taste of what Star points Florida -give ma a word of cheer,
out can save Idle labor and to.'the relief from Club where the committee -
x ;; they had during the war when they bombed the place with two million dollars by holding a Just\ change! .tha.Eume ,a little bit, bridge tolls .that .Jncreased traffic in charge of the conference will s ai

" tear gas.Jj' session first of the year and taking flint kindly swap the decks would bring Another was 'advanced meet them
For I will
be no judge of
'k the necessary steps to secure by Representative Warner "TbI i 'arrangement has been
the 80 per cent inheritance tax when,, I've cashed in my checks. of worked out" .
.. : Flagler who stated that Flag- I says Jennings
Tomorrow will the federal quarantine completely) Author
:, see that will go to the federal government Unknown. ler has 36,000 acres of potato land
\' lifted from Florida products, the shipping, restrictions lifted J W the session Is not held -,---- 0- untouched by a hardsurfacedroad .

': and quarantine lines abandoned. Florida will have a big until April. Bradford County ; On To Keystone or four times as much as the

\ r' Thanksgiving. and Telegraph. It is a splendid idea (Palatka 'Dally New .) St. Johns county acreage. Other
economically sound because
facts driven home were that the
.y V o probably the legislature wouldbe I' A meeting fraught with great grade from Florahome to Palatkawas

", The state law requires school buses to be so marked and unable to spend the 80 per cent potentialities Is that to be held at deteriorating rapidly and that

while unloading and these or f( 3.000,000ln a twenty-day session. Keystone Heights on next Mon- the county's big Investment In this
for passing traffic to stop they are ,
But our la th&' suggested : day at which efforts will beVmade work was jeopardized. Then too
bus markings should not be overshadowed or bordered with session will to
not materialize. expedite the completion of highway the fact was noted that the real

r advertising matter Green Corn Springs Times. No. 28 from Florahome to purpose of the road-the construction i

o erVe -. -0 i Palatka and from San Mateo to of a short route from the I i

Kx-Oovcrnor John W. Martin Bunnell. Lake City gateway to the sea z r.4t" I iI iI
Counties'along the route of state road 28 have. been assured writes the Progress that he has This meeting was called by a would be defeated If the job I I,

' /' that this important highway would bo rushed to completion just returned from a Canadian committee of the Palafka Commercial left half done. .was tti riwJ I

V. the contract for the short stretch remaininginto trip and has given out no statement Club for the Itllrt> tie of reorganizing The rejuvenated .asnoclatlon a) r j I

to anyone that he will run / the Old Highway No. went further than urging the Immediate 4d'rJw
Palatka to be the next projects let.
among for in 28 Association! :
governor 1932. lie adds: so that a determined completion of the thor-

: '0 "The 'election for governor\ Is effort of all the counties Interested oughfare. It peeped Into the future -

i'' Uncle Sam is scrapping some of his battleships according nearly) two years off, and a great might' be made In behalf of and outlined as one of Its purposes

to naval reduction program and one of the main lessons deal could happen in this Interval.At this trunk thoroughfare. Its sponsors the proper advertising of the
the present writing I have no recognize the value and the route after It
: he will learn about the scrapping proposition if he ever needs I Idea flf again engaging: In politics, strength of organization. The more that every community was opened" traversed up so t9 .._

.,. battle-wagons in a hurry is ,that it is easier to scrap than to yet I would not say that) I would so in that they have seen new, pro- might benefit from tourist travel J.

build. not be a candidate for any ofllce. I jects rise up and hurry on to completion that could be developed.The .

think you will agree with m%' that while this remained dor- meeting was well worth

o one would be foolish to say what mant.. Aggressive tactics have enabled while. There Is no doubt as to THE GOLDEN YEARSLife's I
President Hoover has issued his Thansgiving proclamation one would or would not do In the I less favored,communities to that. It should have been held ,

. urging the people to join in rejoicing upon that date "be- next two years."-Palatka Progress : horn (iron the limited funds of the long ago. I

cause we have suffered far less than other people from pres- I state road of Putnam.department at the expense (I fruits are sweetest, life's tempo becomes a ,
- Columbia. Bradford LakeVorth
ent world difficulties." We have many things to be thankful Most folks have recuperatedfrom Union, Flagler and ,other directly home dedicated. New county leisurely beat, in the years beyond sixty. Let no I

: for! and should follow the president's suggestion. the physical strain of their Interested counties. This Is Daytona Beach Ne.w dock for thought dismay you in those mellow days that you

0i vacation by this time, but the old a condition thatcan be met In only pleasure craft .to be built here. are dependent upon the charity of friends. Begin
pocketbook Is probably still deflated. one way-by"ithe adoption of aim Winter Park -
i'" Leesburg has entertained meetings of the press association .-Trl-Town (Wls.) New. liar 'tactics and. W determined fight of Winter Park Fruit Packing Co, being plant to. plan now for a happy old age by systematic

so often in late years that it seems like home, and es- As Longfellow, Shakespeare or for legitimate.rights( , i Improved and enlarged at cost of saving: No matter what your income . there is

pecially to the members of the PaUAGraphers League: Friday somebody might say It: W, A'", Shands of Gainesvilleand about $10,000.Dilde a plan whereby you can manage to put away.some-
Little bank roll ere we part George B. iJIills.. of Jacksonville City F L. Mixon & Son
J and Saturday the South Florida Press Association held We will to members the Produce thing each week. We shall be glad to show you
press you our heart. state road Co., established retail
their sessions in this big little city and provided for their comfort We'". worked hard and long for department with jurisdiction over r store In Frazee building.LeesburaRexall. the way.

I > and pleasure during the two days, turning the gang over you this particular! ,road will attend I Store formal-
and W. ". been faithful, you're been the meeting at Keystone Heights opened
to Ho\vey-in-the-I for the Friday evening banquet .
true. and will thus be enabled to sound Miami Bea\h\ 165.000 Ang-
,.I dance. Frank Watermen of fountain pen fame, a winter I for themselves the sentiment fit I. taro Hotel under construction on BANK OF STARKE

i resident of Eustis, presented each members pf the association But vacation time draws nigh. the people who realde along the Washington avenue will be ready

" with one of his pens inscribed with the date and name of Soon 'twill be a sad good-bye;, Short Route. Both have shown a for occupanT about Nor. 16.Altha AM HONOR ROLL BANKE.
Back from our selected spot. friendly Interest In the completionof Taxpayers will receive

the association, a further assurance that the 1930 meetingof : We'll return, but you will not.- this road and both may be depended -reduction of 15 mills In taxes this S.-Matthews.-Pres. fy J. Davis, Cashier

newspaper workers will long remain in their minds. : Kelliher (Minn.) forum. upon to expedite the Job. year


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