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 28, 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: VID04787
Source Institution: University of Florida
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COLLECTIBLE 1 I have Florida the chicken novel poultry experience fanciers of hear-willI Delegates Were of Miss'the 4-11 Era Club Smith"ot, Oraham member, FERNANDINA ON Thursday The local afternoon"P. T. in A, the met school las Rules Tax-Law" \' !

ins a tell how eggs are
presented the Tet.egrR"Ph with auditorium, and held an InterestIng -

produced at the South Florida I, a prize turnip Saturday after meeting, the feature of the att To Be Invalid
EL NEXT IT.Fair S. February Department 3 to of 14 Agriculture when the Saturday closing of the demonstration THANKSGIV.ING wnoon bt'lngan address by Lancaster -

I of Florida,
the University
courthouse of _
places its giant seven foot mechanIcal I held at the county
acknowledged authorityon ,
who Is an >
hen on exhibition. Saturday f This mammoth I..nw Authorizing Fonwloeun ?.

Tags/ nAVe Been RcHy General Manager P. T. Strledei The district B. Y, P. U, Rally I specimen Vas of the The Tornadoes go to Fernan child psychology. The subject Land Wy holder- Heidi ", I''
110 of the fair association has just held In the Baptist church at I Purple Top Ol dlna Thursday for a Turkey-Day of the address was "The
JOC'RI Agent Conwtltutloiial. -
...In'tl pounds and the Child .
been advised that the talking hen, Starke last Saturday was a great I, weighed seven ) and content with Fernandlna high
built by government scientists for success. There were three hun was 23 Inches in circumference. school. Miss Gussie Mae Bennett's room 1,1

constitutional amendment the World Poultry Congress in dred and fifty delegates registered If this record Is beaten This game winds! up a highly; had the largest attendance of pa- The act of the state legislature 7

The| motorhlclea London last summer, will be and the church was 'crowded at by any "dirt" farmer of successful season for the local trons and friends present, and as a of 1920 Imposing a 25 per cent

dishing all taxes upon shown, for the first time at an both sessions. the county, he *1U have to grldders since they have lost only reward was given a bowl of narcissus penalty for failure to make tax returns
except the license tag it In and 1\u'\ U on the and that was to the bulbs to be placed Jin the H
effective until American fair when it is brought Enthusiastic singing was con- bring one game to the assessor as required ;
not become to Tampa in February ducted by Rev. H. 11, Ilowell of scales before he can be strong High,: Springs outfit, window of the school room. by law was Monday declared un-

11 and the ad valorem tax must The big hen, mechanically operated Newberry. Addresses were delivered crowned Turnip King of Ferna'ridlna has a highly touted Little-Miss! Juanita Barefoot recited contitutlonal and void by the state

paid this year, under a ruling > shows the scientific dissemination by P. L. Johnson, editorof Bradford. team, having won games from a charming poem entitled supreme court. Jt
Fred 13, Davis. State attorney h_ .---4 of the best teams of the section "Politeness," which was much appreciated '
of food through the the Baptist Witness; Dr, Brit- some The ruling was made in the case
neral. This tax applies to canoed various organisms of the body Including tlan. State Mission Secretary; Dr and reports from FernandIna by the audience. Mrs of the Colonial Investment company ti'

on January 1 of this year. the egg laying process W. A.- Holson, representing Stet- 12 4-H Winners indicate that they are expecting to R. J, Davis, accompanied by Mrs, versus Oscar Nolan, tax assessor -
The constitutional bema The heart, represented by a dual son University; Rev. E. A. Calk add the Tornadoes to their list. E. M Davis, sweetly sang, "Jus of Duval county, and Ernest ,

rifled that Its 'provisions thereby- valvo pump, the gizzard, the Ins of St. Augustine; Dr, G. J. Will Leave Friday However, the local boys are all Been Wondering" and" "Spring- Amos, state comptrpller. Three': !

effective In 1931 of the ad grinding equipment, the crop Rousseau, of Ocala; Dr T. V. Mc- in good sprite Coach Lovell held time irk the Rockies. tills of the supreme court Justices concurred 4t3

rmitting the collection stomach and all intestines are Caul of Gainesville and Dr. McConnell scrimmages,: the first two days ot. The attendance at meetingwas with Judge,: Armstead I ,

!lorem taxes on automobiles as shown in operation. While the the new pastor Of First For Club Congress the week and wound up practice I unusually large and much Interest Brown, who wrote the opinion of R ,t't
,esead by the county tax asses- afternoon with light is manifest In this branch ot +
Wednesday a '
digestive organs are functioning a Baptslt church, Jacksonville. the court, Chief Justice-Glenn B. ti

.n for 1930.At It speaking device explains the oper- The Junior and Intermediate Jacksonville, Fla., Five 4-Il signal drill. school work. Terrell and Judge J. B. Whitfield,
time. was au- '
the same the law enactby ation and the value of various\ Unions gave an exhibition of find- club boys and seven girls make up The probable lineup for today dissented' however, the latter.. I

owed Saturday Florida, Lec'slaj. foods. The number of eggs the Ing passages in the Bible rapidly' Florida's 1930 delegation to the will be: SUCCESS CROWNS REVIVAL, writing his own opinion t

the 1929 that ad valorem mechanical hen produces is regu- this exercise being called Sword National Boys' and Girls' 4-1 Wainwright LE EFFORT Decision that the act was unconstitutional

providing ,taxes au- lated by the food consumed during Drill. Club Congress and the Interna Moore LT was based entirelyon

personal property on the demonstrations.The The local B. Y. P. Ul: aided by tlonal Live Stock: Show which will Graham LO The evangelistic meetings being a technicality, that the act and

moblles must be\ paid as of a prere-a !11- talking hen will be just one the social committee of the W M. be held In Chicago November 29 Center, (C.) C conducted by Dr. James A. Bar the title of the act dealt with two r

i I8lte to the purchase in effect Insofarthe of the many educational features U., entertained the delegates for to December 6. The party, accompanied Thomas RO nett at the Christian church are separate and distinct subjects) l

IIse i tag remains of tags for 1931 that the department 'of agrtcul noon day lunch. In the Woman' by R. W. Blacklock. stat Matheny RT proving quite Interesting and sue when the law requires that each

purchase ure is sending to the South Flor- Club a, boys' plub agent, and Miss Mary E Sternberg RE< cesaful. There were three service may deal ,with only one subject,

concerned. for ida Fair, Washington officials ad- The address of welcome was Keown, district home demonstration Cox RH last Sunday, all of which were 11

Automobile license who will tags begin vise Mr. Strleder. given by the president of the local agent, will leave from here, Alvarez Lit largely attended. Good Interest I III The Florida supreme court de4 1 '

irlda motorists metal tags to e Union, Mr. Johjj Powell, whose untirIng on the Seminole Limited! Friday Robinson, QB being manifested this week as sev- ceding two. cases Monday upheld )

aching the new 15 GASOLINE AM FERTILIZERCONSUMPTION efforts helped to'make the night, October 28! The party wll Roblnsen, K. FD eral converts have been securec the validity legislative act&xot
, December '
Ir vehicles on day very enjoyable for all Sunday.. They 'i + ii ?
to the diatrib- arrive In Chicago The evangelist has been pleasing 1027 and 1929 authorizing the

re been shipped 67 counties of the present. The response was delivered will leave from there Thursday, RETl'RN.ADDRESS ON CHRIST. his audiences with his plain, but foreclosure of land by the holder ''r

irs in the announced Saturday Bradford county used a total of by Mr Percy Thomas, form- spend a few hours ,tJnr- St. Lout MAlI MAILIn powerful gospel messages, lie 1 1a la of tax sale certificates, the sale ot

te, It was Walter McLin, 49,777 gallons of gasoline and 6- erly of Starke, now of Jackson and' be back in Florida Saturday, Bible teacher of unusual power tax sale certificates to the highest

Tallahaaee by vehicle com mls- 979 gallons of kerosene during vllle. December 6; Just in time to tel January every year the dead- and ability. lie makes* large use bidder nntl the foreclosure of a tax r ,'

ng state motor October, as compared with 62- about the trip in 'a special 4.11 letter service receives between of charts and diagrams in his ser- lien In"equity., ,,Y

ner 780, and 6,754 gallons respectively club program over WRUF. The mons. lie Is also an Inspiring leader foreclosure that
The was
the will begin unl- INTRACOASTAL CANAL three and four million dead lot- case
of tags
' during the month of September, program will be broadcast from of and has the ability to 4
In all counties on Decem- ASSOCIATION VROKS CANAL tern containing Christmas and song ot Towneend-Durn ,llldgeway, etal. ,
mly 1, but under the law they cant according to the monthly report ACROSS FLORIDA 5:30: to 6:00: eastern standard New Year cards in addition to the ,get: a hundred percent response ., versus Horace G. Reese, Jr.,
r Issued by the inspection bureau of
attached to vehicle until time.Those normal receipts of ordinary undeliverable from the congregation In _the appealed from Pinellas county. ,
l the department of agriculutre. For will be Ruth
In the party praise services that precede the
Florida Thejdeclalon the
., weeks later, the announce- The State Canal Commission letters. of court was
the state totals for October were has Yates, Osceola county, Lorrrlne sermon. lie has been supported
out. Tallahassee, received This Is due primarly to Incorrect unanimous
Voting at pointed Commissioner McLin, in 17,489,786, and 16,848,172 for from vice-president Roy Mtller of Duffy, Manatee county, Dora Lee addresses and failure to place return each evening by a fine chorus The vase Involving sale of. tax. r

announcement, reminded the September. Dade 'county led the the Intracoaatal Canal Association Bryant, Escambla county, Ruth addresses on the envelopes... choir of from twelve to fifteen sale'Certificates to the highest bidder ;;

bile that proof must be submit- state with 2,174,199 gallons, of Louisiana and Texas, headquar- Durrenberger, Orange county Thousands of these letters are voices. J The singing is an attractive ,- was that of Townsend-Burns ,
while Gulf county reported only Barbara .Blalsy 'E!>>iCAmbla. county
to tag agents that ad valorem tors-Houston, Texas, a copy of the found to contain gifts ot money, feature. Ridgeway and J. Louts Houle ver- +

,perty taxes on their -vehicles 21,829.- resolution concerning the proposed William Clegg, Alachua county but comparatively few contain The meetings were announced sue) J, R. Peacock, clerk of the cir-

re been paid for 1930 before ThIs county showed a decreaseIn canal l across Florida that the As- and others. sufllclen t Information to enable I to close Friday night, but Dr. Barnett cuit court, Horace G. Reese, Jr., t?
the use of fertilizer during Oc- Florida club boys are to have
issued. sociation adopted at Its conventionIn their return to the'' ml\llers. has been prevailed upon to remain and Ernest Amos, comptroller, appealed 'u,
fuses can
tober the report issued by the department -
three exhibits In Chicago, compet-
New Orleans November 14-16 over' till Sunday afteroon.
Mrs. Maud Crews of Starke. Is Put your return address In up- from Sarasota county Justice \
agent for Bradford county andes of agriculture showing .1930. The resolution follows: ting with similar exhibits from per left hand corner and mall will He will preach Saturday night) W. II. Kills dissented j:'
111 tons used for October, as compared other states. These exhibits wll ,
will be maintained upstairsthe 161 "To the end that entire Sea- be returned to you if It'cannot be Sunday morning at 11:00: a.nd at Justice J. n. WhiUleld wrote opinions ;,.
i with tons during Sep be cotton, sweet potatoes, and .
board from New England to Mexico delivered 2:30: Sunday afternoon. FollowIng affirming both i
post office block. tember. Sales of lessJJian one ton cases
may bo adequately served by corn. the afternoon service a bap- The court here held that the
not Included in these
are figures. the iutracoastal Canal system, the These free trips were given to :JlltS. OWEN CHRISTMAS'' tlsmal service will be held at title of the act of 1927 was sufficient -
J.IMKS: WILLIAM ADIHSOVJames I For the state October showed an construction of which Is far ad- the boys and girls for their out HEAL CHAIRMAN: Klngsley lake The evangelist expects and that tax vale certificatesare
Increase to 80,129 tons the
over vanced, we urge the early comple- standing achievements In club to drive to Leesburg after
not "grants" made the
W. Addison, 2955 Hunt 23,044 tons reported for September. tion of the approved projects work by Armour & Company, L. ."We are again honored by having the services to begin a revival at but evidences of existence of Hen,\ 4

net, well-known resident, died ; L I along the Atlantic Coast and the : & N. Railway, banks of Leon Ruth Bryan Owen, representative that place Sunday night, for unpaid taxes) past due and that. "
t local hospital last night after favorable consideration of the county, Alachua County Chamber 4th Florida District ..
as our -- -.- the foreclosure statue "does .
11IOIU: ; FLORIDACOUNTIES : not.violate t,
long \Illness. He was a native pending project which provides for of Commerce,. Quaker Oats Company Sts{te Christmas Seal Chairman",
ARK but
TICK FREE: amply protects therights' >
Bradford county, Florida, but an extension of the system across Chicago Mall OrderCom- said Mr; C E. Campbell, Purchasing of
seven years ,had been a resl- -. counties I Florida. We urge that the possibilities pany, Montgomery Ward and Com- AgeintPenneyGwlnn Corpor- CONTEST property owners.
Five Florida and partof Sale of tax certificates'after the
and others. -
nt t of Jacksonville. of the proposed extension pany
and a member of the boardof
sixth will be released from redemption period has expired for
a Twenty-seven counties of the
He Is survived by five d&ugh- across Florida as a ship canal to -
directors Florida Public Health -
federal cattle tick quarantine effective an amount less than that shown.. 3
well-balanoed meals will
i, Mrs. A. W. Crews Mrs. L. accommodate the vast intercoasta! Simple, Association. state are represented In the high
December 1, according to go a long ways'' to ward"assuring school Interscholastic Contest on the certificate also was upheld
Crews, Mrs. T, B. Johnson, Mrs traffic between the Gulf and the "Mrs.
Owen Is interested
the United States department of normal health development of I particularly ,registrations for 1930-31 alreadyIn the court ruling It to be a sale of
toks Starling, all of Jackson- Atlantic Seaboard and foreign fn problems otchild
of agriculture. The counties are children. I the hand of the general extension state property not In violation of ;k;
le and Mrs. J: R. Lastlnger traffic as well should be exhaus- health and protection and especially -
Bradford Clay, Gllchrist. Levy, the organic provision requiring
ytona Beach; four sons, R. D. tively studied." commended the division of the University of ; ,
Nassau and of Duval. preventive 'uniform and equal rate taxation
part Florida These entrants
dlson, Dade City; Rudolph Ad- s The project is now being stud- work of the Florida Public Health are "

on, Hawthorne; Sam Addison, I'RESBYTERiANservices ied by a special board of engineer THE FIRST THANKSGIVING Association In accepting thte chairmanship distributed over the state from 1

ytona Beach, and Ruffln B. Ad- officers appointed by the Chief of of the Christmas Seal Walton county to Dade. The en- M1NE1V
>n Pittsburgh, Pa.; two sisters, Sunday, November 30, Engineers under authority of the Committee." rollment period for the high school PROJECT
udlng Mrs. Adeline Taylor river and harbor acts of 1927 and contests will continue) until December -
as follows: (Mae Mersereau, 8th brade "More than 36,000 Health Hab- --
ksonvllle; one r brother, Mack 1930. Four routes across northern B. H. S.) It Records 16 with that of the Spelling demon'w
10 a. m. Sunday school, J. M. classroom charts, lee A complete) firebreak +
for school until
dleoo, Fla. Funeral v I Florida, Including the St elementary
Starke Truby, supt. Alice and Joseph were health text books, teachers Inven- tratlon outfit I J. being offered to
January 14. 1931.
Ices Marys River and the St. JohnsRiver
will tomorrow
take place 11 a. m. Morning worship, sermon very happy, yes and very tories Health scales and other ma- Twelve hundred bulletins de- the members of the eleven Forest
11 a. m. at, the grave In Sapp Theme "ThatI are to be Investigated by had been in tetrlals have been provided. free '
by the pastor. the War busy, too. They scribing the contests which era Protective Associations! In Florida y
netery. near Ralford, Rev. Gota Him." Department. America and of charge by the Florida Public I :
may Know' only one year conducted by the General Extension In a letter' Just released by State
Wilson conducting the ser- Christian Endeavor the children In the Health Association at the requestof
: .6:30 p. m. were only Division have been mailed to Forester Harry Lee Baker. The
88 Burial will be under dl- of the RECOVERING: FROM INJURIEH superintendent and teachers for
"The tractor
lion Topic Challenge colony. schools of the state within the last outfit consists, of a plows
of Barns and Clymore.kionvllle Miss Grace Wood. V One before Alice and the Health Education Program in '
Cross. year three weeks. The competitionsare designed for forest work, and a
,Journal. Nov. 25th. Thirty-eight: present at meetinglast A, H. Johns, who was Injured In Joseph had come with their he schools. In addition, 60.00C of four types: Public speaking, truck and trailer for transporting

Sunday night and a splendid an automobile accident last week mother and father from England Health Habit Records wore printed daramtlc acamemlc, and Journal equipment. Mr. L. T.- NIeland.

" .... MAIIV.KATR WHITTENRalford. meeting last Sunday by Miss' Alice near Whjtehouse, was reportedas faxijaeross 'th.i,oc anu. for the program of the State l istic. They allow for the trainingof former County Agent In Flagler 4

--- Fernandez. Let us keep.. .the ball resting, easy from his Injuriesand And now they bad been In Department of Public Instruc- students along diversified lines County will supervise the work.
Nov. 23.: Mrs. Mary rolling. showing improvement. Both America ..a-, y
Ie Whltten. 73, wife of Wiley 7:30 p. m. Evening worship, of his legs were broken below 'suffering many .hardships "For the past three years a def- matlo readings and plays, seven of the tractor driver are being offered -
Theme "Bartered the knees Instead of first they were going 'to have a nlte campaign has been carried
wllson WhItten, promlent retlr- song and sermon r one as subjects of the school curriculum, to turpentine operators and m ?
Cores operator died this morns Birthrights". reported In addition severe InjurIes Thanksgiving to thank God 'on to emphasize the Importance ol and newspapers and yearbooks land owners of protective units at

s 10 o'clock at her residence Prayer meeting Wednesday at to his 'head and chest and Jie for_ saving their lives. discovering Tuberculosis In,Its latent Materials, helpful In the work for a nominal cost, according to the

RaIford following a brief 111- 7:30 pv m. will be forced to remain in the Yes, that Is why the children stage especially In childhood, each contest, are sent to the com- State Forester, in an effort to demonstrate iw

a, Tim couple would have celeued A cordial invitation to all oar hospital for several weeks. Mr. were so busy, because making preventive measures more peting schools by the Extension the value of firebreaks on "

is state game warden and the feast ,was to be tomorrow effective. In connection with the Division often as permanent loansto forest tracts and to encourage Individual

. next March. Mrs. Whit- he was attending to duties In Du campaign this year diagnostic school libraries. Initiative in firebreak

Q had lived for the last 20 years PIT MILO WORKING val county, and the accident occur The father and older clinIcs were held In 24 centers of District tournaments held in 8.I I construction dOne

Raiford and was an untiring red while he was on his way toTacksonville. brothers bad been huntingfor the state and over 1600 persons, centrally located cities. in as many feature of the new educational ag

tier in the Baptist church. She Ocala, Fla. One pit silo was -week, .and Alice, Joseph mostly children registered for eximlnatlon. districts of the state will be one movement Is the sowing of ,
in Marlon this past and their mother had The reports sent
in county were
"rived put carpet grass seed limited
by her husband, three step In the elimination of contestants upon portions
"rtters. Miss Perla Whltten summer, and it is proving quite STREET GRADING been quite busy, roasting apples to their family physicians so that I preparatory to the state of the plowed strips'In order',
"ford satisfactory according to Clyde H. cooking turkey and treatment could be prescribed by to o s
emphasize the
; !Mrs. J. H. Denmark St. I finals at the University of Florida possibilities oC
Norton, county agent. Six other City officials have'bad a tractor baking pies. them when necessary"
"mine; Mrs. J. R. Tidwell next spring Local and pre-dlstrlcf improved pasture, with this practically f
a and silos are planned for the spring. and grader working on unpaved The next day the childrenhad "I commend. this preventive non-inflammable and B
five sons. Earl and W. contest winners will compete there exceedingly :
streets of the city grading and a grand time. All the health work among children to valuable ""
"hitten. St. W. H. for forage grass.
Augustine; the privilege of entering the
LOCAL TALENT PLAY smoothing some of the rougher and be support of citizen
kitten Indiana came Alice's every in our It Is that "
expected thc
Rogersvllle, Tenn.; J. L. race for state championships new project (
lie sections. Considerable work was mother fixed a place at the community. It Is made possible by will start about November
II fifteenth
Savannah and Pr, B.
.".."ten, Miami. See "Just 'Plain Dot" given by done In the colored section of the large table for tbwenlldren.Myt the annual sale of Christmas Seals,, on the Black Creek Forest

the P, T. A. at the schoolhouse, town. What a tempting odor Let us use them more generously HL'NTINO PARTV RETURNS: Protective Association lands /In M

e Friday evening Dec. 6th. Admission filled the air as 'the turkey his year that the work may be Clay county And work westward )

STORK CHANGES HANDS 16 and 30 cents V. I). C, TO MEET: was brought out. ''Af continuously made more effective A party of local hunters composed covering the entire 1,178,000 '

I ter the dinner eaten the ," of Messrs. K
wa M Johns, W. acres now under protection In the'
The County Farmers Modern women seek beauty that Members of tBe U. D. C. will old Indians told stories and M. Wainwright II, C. Wall,' J. C. state.

';sly Company has been talen Is health deep. Good food fresh meet at the home. of Mrs. George old Indian legends. MAIL CIA>MEH E.UL.nO..lo& Robinson, ;J. J, Truby' W' J. Ep \

h b* the W. A Merryday Com- air and exercise are better beau- Roberts in LaW't9' ,. Wednesday af That night as-) Alice was person and E. E, Branch of Jacksonville The Annual Christmas Seal Sale,

'' of PaUtka. wholesale and re- tillers than beauty creams and an ternoon. Hostesses for this meet- Using her mother goodnight to change in schedule of returned Saturday night gives every person an opportunityto

f feed dealers of Palatka, and ti-fat medicine. A sick person can log are Mrs W. O. Torode, Mrs. ; "Oh. I have bad such the northbound afternoon train, From the Lime sink section of share in the fight for better

' announce the local store will never have rc,>al beauty. Christ- Tom Dinklns and Mrs. George a good laps. today and I shall be hour of closing of mall has Dixie county after spending three health. Buy Christmas Seals now e'

"'""ae under the management man Seals sold by Tuberculosis Roberts. always --remember to be been changed from 6:38 to 6:14. days deer hunting. The party had and use them. ;

,r- N. N. Prevatt. the line Associations December support i'' thankful ton everything I Patrons are requested to note this the good luck of bagging one deer "

zd1pg Purtna Chows hay health educational campaigns the It takes a Christmas Seal to have." earlier closing time for the. last the first day in camp and anotheron Say.It. with Christmas Seals to

and fertilisers. year round. make It Christmas mall. fternoon mall. ... I the second day. protect health ,and save life r ,

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at this time and expects to con- construction of convict camps just ber 4 balloting. He claimed be sections better suited for certain con 'l"UJ.: )) --;

tinue. The organization expectsto north of the highway between made the required bond but had crops, but for general farming, --ISf'lU'\s.n--- : :

News of Florida In Short Paragraphs \ confine Its activities to a co-op- IJrookaville and Rlchloam, preparatory -: not filed It with the secretary of you will find this section leads Lake Butler, Flu torn
ratIve packing, grading, loading to beginning constructionof : state 'since the board of county three times as much i per fielded
and selling campaign and the pro- state road. No. 23 across the, commissioners had not met since them all. Iide-d ressed with acre"hel''
motion of the idea of diversified "dark stretch" In Hernando coun- i he took office, and they had de- - fertilizer on fur, t'UiOD HOllie oltltiu

farming. ty. Due to the large number of clined to call a special meeting to St. Petersburg Realtor Perry farms which rel'l'ntly, COUUtl>
STATE NEWS .1 convicts to be placed on the high- approve the bond. Howell claimedhe Snell of St. Petersburg, announcesthe demonstrations COlnplet,
R Palatka-A manatee or sea cow way, It Is estimated that ft will received 346 out of the 357 sale of Snell Isle real estate L. T. Dyer Th"Ilghotbey, asoi
tl r weighing between three and four require about ten days to con- votes cast for sheriff in the general development, Including golf course was very dry, the
i hundred pounds was taken in the struct the camp, providing housing election. club house, his own palatial home; where .lde-dreBBed Was average 279 ylele
St. Johns River near Devil's El- for the laborers and lots for approximately 400 acres of devel- ela per acre, while bUlb

TOLP BY OUR EXCHANGES bow yesterday by R. C. Clark, fisherman the mules. Thin, it la stated, will River Junction Now that the oped lots and 1200 acres of unde- Plot receiving no nearby slde-dreB8In chart
for W. W. Smith of this be one of the largest convict camps cotton crop and the tobacco crop veloped land to a syndicate of averaged 9.6 bushels *
j i' ....., 1 ...... ------- _"'.. _._ 0- city. The mammal is approxlmatelyelght the state has ever built. are off, farmers throughout Gads- eastern capitalists headed by Capt. j

, l' .' Ora.cev1l1eIn the agricultural which Judge Ackerman objected. feet long. It was cap- den county are beginning to make Richard George, Internationallyknown If sawflies are taking the 1
', displays! at Marlanna, during the A witness admitted certain fact tured accidentally in a pound net, Tallahassee R. C. Howell, 'I' syrup and sugar. Peanut boiling polo player and now president les oft pine trees J. R U 1
I'hk t i Armistice celebration the Grace- sought by a lawyer in federal court which la claimed to be a rare oc- who, with R. J. Hancock, Is con- and corn husklnss: are also in pro- of the American Polo asso- entomologist at the Florida Watlon
( vtlle exhibit took first place In early today. "A-II a, so that's the curence. This is believed to be the testing for the office of sheriff of I gress. Fall crops all over the elation The new owner plans to invent Station! suggests ,,]
1'1 t $ one, with 899 polo's way it was?" as ked the laywer. first manatee ever taken near here Putnam county, today tiled with county seem to be In excellent con- spend approximately $750,000 on with lead arsenate or dusting spray' ",+
L Iy | against group Malone's 866 points "Don't say Vha In that manner,'.' although there has been much' the supreme court his answer to dition and In many cases better i improvements and the develop- one of the fluosillcates Them! "II''
1'! 1'1't warned the Jurist. "I take ex- controversy regarding the numbers -i quo warranto proceedings Issuedby than the average. By taking a i ment will be known as the Coco- be Impossible if the trees ,'
I .. ", ception to the court's ruling" that are supposed to be in I the court last week In his combination of counties in this territory baypa Country club. Polo will be tall, he said. are t0(

)1,1, u t! i Leesburg-With a registration countered the attorney. "Take all the St. Johns River a t this point. bill, Howell ,,claimed he had held including Southeast Alabama an important feature of the club
f" I I of 116, the semi-annual meeting the exceptions you wish but don't the office since the death of the Southwest Georgia, and activities which will fill Its membership Pity the farm peopuTTbo
t 1))I I of the South Florida Press association say a-ha In here." There were no Brooksvtlle Workmen from late Sheriff P. M Hagan by virtueof North and West Florida, a better lists this winter among too unappreciative to enjoy vj

H l held in Leesburg as headquarters more a-ha's from the counsel. the state road department moved appointment by the circuit farming section is not found any- the northern and Florida residentsof ture's vast variety or country dli kl)
I! set a new attendance Into Hernando county and began Judge and election in the Novem- where In the world. There are the necessary qualifications. lights

,11\ record for that organization. Bradenton The' next time W, _____ u =!
jji ) r N Thompson enters the ice box
l', i perry With the Gulf Coast of his Palmetto Fish Market he's .
Highway connecting with No. 19 going to be more careful about -

: \ at Perry, the state will have a the door lock. He spent several '1"ri,

J highway from Pensacola to Daytona hours in the cold, dark refrigerator .'
',' Beach that will be one of the yesterday because the door ._i '

; greatest highways of the nation.'J'SI' locked behind him. Using an ice ,:'. ,." ,, : ....,,... ..,. '' .' .,.". '";t.'I .. -
'!"' pick he made a hole In the side of '_ f '\',,}..'
Pensacola Building activity the box arid succeeded In attracting i ,\ '

1 ,$ la Pensacola and Escambla county the attention of a youth, who .. .. ,''r,,,t.;,
r;., is giving employment to many released him. 'A repairman. fixed ". .. ',1 _ ,>."
; f men directly and Indirectly, and the door today. ,. ', ,.' ,,. 'i', ,;-..., '
h 1 i is releasing considerable funds into ''' f 'V' "",.
'. ,
'; '., ", ," ...1' .Nf..
1'1 channels of trade. Malone'Two cars loaded to ...:, :t. '. > v.Or .
:. < \ .' "At ,' 1'''
,. left Malone for the White : \
I capacity :':-, 4" "
,:>. '
of ,
Blountstown The farms Provision Company In Atlanta, ,,,':.. 'tJ"!
' : the county are humming with : "
Ga. These hogs were a. nice as . ,
octlvtles.! Thousands ' ,
i strawberry any leaving this year and were : "
, j of strawberry plants are finding a sold by,the growers of that com-
permanent home in Calhoun soil munity cooperatively. County
'; this week to bring wealth and opportunity Agent 'Rountree states that the

;: j to this section. next sale to be held In Malone will

l e -, be conducted on Friday, December -
government;; IS,. In all probability this will be
the last cooperative sale to be held
h- engineer to Jacksonville to take before the Christmas holidays at
!, charge of the work of making Malone.

:"f.f> surveys data on and five compiling routes which statistical have West-No- will the
: been suggested as possible locations lonely lighthouse keepers on Dry !
I for the proponed cross-state
Tortugas and other far flung dots
'i'IJ I canal. of earth.extending: southwestward
l, _
; from the Florida mainland be
' Sanford-John O'Neil, negro, 'without communication during a
was the first casualty of the hunting storm. The government is to install '
,,, t season which opened 'yesterday radio telephones between the 1I The introduction of the new Chevrolet carefully tailored and fitted. The number of individual

1 In Florida. T, R. Miller member keys and the mainland. J. L. Preston . Six marks the most impressive forward springs in the rear seat cushions has. been increased; by
s; of a hunting party, said O'Neil a radio expert, and Harry B.
1 was shot when a gun was acci Hasklns, superintendent of light- step in Chevrolet's twenty-year record 25%. The windshield and windows have been redesignedto
{ Physicians
Bald dentally ho discharged. houses, have already begun installation of constant progress and improvement. provide wider vision. And all ,Interior fittings have
i today
was resting comfortably -
work at Dry Tortugas, anda
', I similar outfit will be placed in . \\; ::". ,.:. For this Digger and Better Six offers new beauty of been made more pleasing to the eye.

I'.4 4 Jacksonville Jacksonville's operation here. '." ;j 1 ,,r line and color, new luxury, new completeness and new

canning Industry whose operations Sarasota Thr e circuses make ,i'4':; ti';'. quality-yet it sells atlo prices I J The chassis. of the new Chevrolet Six has also been relined
will soon, be in full swing, will Sarasota their winter headquarters ,; 't' and advanced in a number_ of different ways. The
::1 1 absorb 32 per cent of the unem- so freaks are frequent and \.,; '
< .' ployed in this city, according to a given only passing notice here. It ,,, In every curve and sweep of Chevrolet's modern lines- frame is heavier,deeper and stronger than before. There

''f' .< checkup by the industrial division therefore remained for Roy BIs- \" t in every detail of Its smart new Fisher bodies, you will is a smoother operating, long lived clutch; a sturdier
of the chamber of
commerce mark dealer
f a respected poultry '
'\\ Unemployed persons here numbered to place Sarasota on the map as '?\ see the fineJiand of the master designer and the skillful front axle; an entirely new steering mechanism of the
\;, 3864, according to the federal
census taken last spring it never has been placed before.To I ;0 4,' craftsman., And the more closely you inspect it, then worm and sector type;,an easier shifting transmission.
come to the point, Blsmark n'.
boasts that a seven months old more deeply Impressed you will be. In fact, every vital feature of the new car has been made

t Palatka Chief of Police W Barred Rock rooster ot his actually ..' better and the
\ more satisfactory to owner.
If. Hinton of this city t'an bag laid a perfectly normal egg Fri- '
;4 more game with an automobilethan day. It crowed over the matter '" Improvements in the new Chevrolet Six begin at the 1 / .

< many hunters with guns, his and then-the rooster keeled in \k smart new chrome-plated headlamps and extend Obviously, these many improvements are responsible!
; friends say A fox ran out In'front three "
, minutes and died within half .
of his car, he said, and made off an hour. ; throughout the entire car. The radiator la deeper and fur a higher standard of quality than before. And they

down the road. .Today the chief '' ; become doubly significant when you consider that they
the \ ::1 unusually efficient. Due to the increased wheelbase,
I :was exhibiting animal's pelt Lake City-Between 75,000 and
t as proof of his aim with a motor 100,000 tung oil trees are' flourishing \, the lines are longer, and lower, giving an al':,'of excel are offered in-a car which provides the smooth, quiet,

car. on Pine Royal Farm, west i J' i flexible performance of a 50-horsepower six-cylinder
.- <,, tional fleetness and, grace. And the new Fisher bodies
of Lake City. They were planted
Panama City Preparationswere from seed of the cluster type in ., combine with this more' attractive exterior appearance, motor-the comfort of four long semi-elliptic springs
being! pushed today for thiscity's February of this land that ..
year on I and four hydraulic shock absorbers-the of
first air circus and carnival had been In cultivation to general J;;'' x a new degree of interior luxury.r safety a

,: scheduled to be held at the field crops for many years. They "r !;!, gasoline tank at the rear of the car-and an economy of
; '
newly and opened Sunday local afternoons airfield Saturday next. between have grown four to and a uniform five feet size In ot :V, .' The upholstery is of fine. quality' mohair or broadcloth operation not surpassed by any automobile. > r l la

Several of those connected with I ; .
h height. J. L. Gray, owner of Pine
the circus already are here, one of Royal Farm, I". making prepara- .., ,
the planes arriving this afternoon. tions to
transplant some of
It Is expected that at least five trees to 40-acre field these ,i'' I
a this year, )) AT NEW LOW PRICES K ,
," planes will be here to take part in and plans to Increane his acreage /"
the circus as rapidly la I '"
as possible Columbia ..... ," .
county. "
: Daytona Deach Fire which ,". '" Fine as it isr the new Chevrolet Six now sells and see the Digger and Better Chevrolet. It. I
\: did only $ISO material damage, Hastings The CooperativeTruckers' :I .'4 ';.t .. at lower prices-making the 'I em design I reflects the spirit of the times- '
J .. "1 ,
burned three negro babies to death
J here Association of St. Johns '. satisfaction of Chevrolet'ownership even and it represents value which will command, '
today. It was believed an oil county, formed last summer to
lamp, left burning beside! the bed further the idea of diversified .\ more<< outstanding. We urge you to come in theLnterestof every buyer In the low-price field.

,.' lu which the children were sleep. farming, held a meeting In this ', ',',',
leg, exploded. Anna William, city last Tuesday to lay further ,

mother of two of the children, and plans and to complete the organisation. .
: Frances Robinson, mother of the Activities of the organization The The f ''
A, other, returned to the house aftera I f. 510 $545 Sport Coupe $575
were held up in the fall and It .. .
I'hateon __ _________ Coach with rumble
------------ Beat ____
short absence to find the bed a was thought by some farmers that

P mass of flame. the organisation: had ceased to The. $475 Standard $535 Standard $635

s function, but it is going forward Roadster ___________ Coupe ---_,________ Sedan __ ____ ________,
Tallahassee-The Florida State
" News Issued a special edition today Sport Roadster $495 Standard Five- $545 Special $650

I announcing Us suspension of with rumble seatNEW_____. Window Coupe ---__ Sedan _.__?_?-_______
publication and the bankruptcy of

:, Fred 0., Eberhardt, editor and
' publisher. Coincident with the v SPECIAL EQUIPMENT EXTRA

I notice of suspension a $50,000 libel Chevrolet Trucks from $355: to $695

;: suit was filed against the Tallahassee I All prices f. o. b. Flint Michigan ,I SfX
:" Dally Democrat on the
charge that it published state
'- ments by Governor Doyle S. Carl-

. ton attacking Eberhadt.
" Oldest Fire Enginein

J,' St. Augustine Fire of unknown -
r: origin today swept the
K, Ranches block, one of the
'." :" oldest 10t' B.fll tm r....... U 169S..d .....IU t.
1 the Plaza section\ot this oldest ....1..... P>.. ta 1763-.h.l nf.t.mtw .
American city. Firemen tentatively a..IJ.i..........!

t' '; placed the damage at UOOr ,- lnllm....' _..... 000. The \hotel section of the ......Ie tn-AilMUc. torn .. UM OMVorM
r": .i e block was d/stroyed and the resl- ml I lh.. Na,. ft wIt-.l tkMrlh .
, dence of Charles Sanchez In the .* Hark .r. huwam M vra-
same building .ornfo.........lM t.iHy.If '
was threatened.
Three stores and two restaurants the oM .nP|'M ca.M blk, fc -! on the first floor were cleared before _.....|...tmfmrmntm for f Mi tm!..> Compan.
the flames reached them. Sanchez ...- sd ... h_

and his sister escaped half HAROLD C. WALL

suffocated. -- INSURANCE
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lee -- I I supposed grain to to every require' I-four one pounds pound ot ot American Music Sent I r And .the Worst is Yetto.Coli1eft.} ;,I

milk, with Guernseys In between
D FARM NEWS SECTION Cows are Just as Individual! in Home by Diplomats
their eating as humans. You have I

aided to study each cow and feed according I r t'lv.
When to her production. You must '
' Conducted By also study the combinations of ggt1 0 7

+ubp'leled food. Silage, legume hays and n fr1? l1Ztifl
MISS[ PEARL JORDAN Home Demonstration Agent grains when fed to the dairy cow Is
?Beat In the right proportions will produce >

"aloe milk at a profit. For every i ,,
field dollar spent in feed you should
batD, i receive from two to three dollars : Ill 51 .
1'z I
shod ., In milk. Study your records I tOpt+'t, ,
"'ltd I weed out the poor ones and buy i !
c dlJl
i new cows to replace them. \Vt'lgh'. '

- ? Dr. L D. eGenr, Y. 9.9e. your food and your milk. It Is. r f ,, t '
aped L av,eta much safer than measuring'! 'Do ] I 1
mot! De. LeCear itrsdraete of lhitrorloYeterinar3 this at least once a month. Or i 4 =j jR
>Kteto College,1892.Thirty-elghtywr't '*of better yet. If you do not already Lai I II I I
art veterinary work. Eminent authorityraising on oiaeai and havo! a testing association in your
' of dairy cows, other livestock, and poultry Nationally I
known IreMiwr, writer and author. community get a few herd owners I "
me ,L-- together and start one. Then
.IKkle XI I the greatest average income over you can have an experienced cow- 1r
tester visit. your farm once a I
1"mY" rows, KKDtrrKVI1K.V: : cost of feed.A month. I i I I I u t 'tk 6
7 ,r'f \ OT .\ DIET feed study will show why thisIs e
A needs food for two I I k
true. cow I
I t 7 7I
I 'i''i
d I purposes, to keep alive and to pro- I F.11M 1 II I Il I H
Ul,, (ilu 1 edufthlle In in Net l'rutu..1 duce milk. Under normal condi- I 1VRr ," PIUOll\M I II .
l-rom. the Milk and Not in the I tions about half of the food is used I "The Voice of Florida" I
\\rlKltt/ of the AiilnwU. for the maintenance of the body L I I I II I) e'
_ (iUllJ.ll_ lF
. --- I and the other halt goes Into the I 1\ I Hai OLD VE-O- ( i I

Dining for the purpose of re- I milk. But that does not mean Gainesville, Fla. What's the
\lucinp weight has become a great that it you Increase the rations Florida farm outlook for next 11 jnrp I

tmerlran. habit, especially among : above the amount the. cow oughtto year? Tune in'' on WRUF at noon I
:he women folks. More bathroom have, she will give more milk. Monday and hear the facts about I
Tales have been sold In the last In other words, there Is a well- this important topic aa they lookto

few' rears than during any periodn def'ned: limit.A the Federal Farm Hoard, Unit-
I history, A lot of harm has been cow that Is fed too much will ed States Department of Agriculture Lkt..i
lone an the result of unwise and produce the same amount of milk and Florida Agricultural Ex- ), ;
rigid diets. It is surprising the that she would if she was fed just tension ServIce The talk will be- ; k Y t
lumber of people who are willing enough. The excess food will be at 12:15 eastern standard t ,- *
1 o risk health for a graceful fig- utilized in adding weight. That gin time, and at the same time each '' I IU I ,t!. ...v111'l_ +;0;r ;.. ; I .:. f
extra weight Is of no value unless day next week a farm program I IVUtV91111 1igl'I' j jwr jf. :_".,t.j't:) :

ireIn the dairy Industry we find a the cow happens to be under arranged by the' Agricultural Extension II LKT Tlll] t.'III1"JlU
t Imllar situation although for a weight or unless she happens to service will be broadcast. h II.VVK MOMS Tuna TO grown-ups.
ifferent reason. In the last few' bo preparing for a period when It Some of the topics follow: a FLAY UNDISTURBED If the parents will obsorve the
I ears a good deal has been raid! will be necessary to draw upona Sat., Nov. 29-Florida Farm actions and- inclinations of the d "' "
e,bout keeping records. Every reserve. Overfeeding, th re- News and Hints U. S. Farm Sci- I Imagine that It many of us children during this free time aa
modern dalry'farmer' maintains an for leads to rduced profits. ence Snapshots. will refer to our own experiences well as at other times. It will often

t curate check on the milk pro- Underfeeding also leads to re- Mon., Dec. 1The, 1930 Florida - -1Mi during our young days, we will h" possible to determine the things A, + A
d uctlon of hla herd and also theo duced profits but from another Farm OutlOok-H. O. Clayton. agree that children are all-too-of- that each child Is Interested In,

t of feed Naturally, In order cause. Self-preservation comes Some Farm Achievements in An1ti-l't wiiinaii 19'n 1n Ante-Aj,-=jl: n rate lei. ._}Mwt., I ton not allowed to have. some time and to help direct them Into the S
I i show a profit all efforts are dl- first always. That 60-50 division North and West Florida-J. Lee ".... of their own-to work or play an right vocation in later life. The ); A
r erted toward securing big producion of food between what is needed to Smith. of to "What he ,hears of course !san they sea tit and undisturbed. If I question of finding the right kind
t at a lw feeding cost and maintain the body and the amount Tues. Dec. 2-Control of Cab- Introduction Jazz echo of cosmopolitan America It Is not always "Johnnie do this," of life work Is often a very trouble -", a''
t ere is where the trouble is apt that goes into the production of bage Insects--J. R. Watson Durn Europe Affected by and in this the Please or "Mary go get that," Just as the ome. one concerning a boy or
1 t a start.J. milk will not hold good when the the Pecan Twig Olrdler-F. W. EmbassiesNew that is his native music." child gets settled down to doing girl Just entering young manhoodor
C. McDowell of the U. S. Bu- cow Is fed too little for the simple Walker he sends records home. something In which It i Is Interested young womanhood and observant Vin'' '. ,
tr r au of Dairy Industry tells us reason that the body needs come Wed.v Dec. 3-How Tuberculosis I Diplomatic balls In Washington 'the child 'will be more willingto parents can often be a great f i ltd '
l tat "a study of the records of the first. When they are satisfied then is Transmitted from Animalto York City.-The introduction usually begin with the national help' when the play" hour Is help. .
h alf-milllon dairy cows on test In production starts. Take a cow Man-Dr. A. L. Shealy. Keep of Jars into foreign countries anthem of the embassy national{>. over Parents should make a point of ; ;
d airy herd Improvement asooula- weighing 1,000 pounds, that produces 'em off Poor Land-James Speed. may be traced directly to then there are one or two Children appreciate having time Interesting the child In occcupa- S
the dance
foreign embassies in Washington waltzes, but the rest of
tlh ons has indicated that few.dairyerda 3 gallons of 4 per cent butterfat Primer for Town Farmers. declares Harold Veo internationally program it American jazz, say when there are no lessons to do tlons that suit his age and eiperl-
tln are overfed that quite a f milk when fed normally.She Thurs., Dec. 4-Some of the known orchestra direc- Veo. no errands to run, and nobody i\to ence, rather than watching every "' q'"t
umber are underfed, and that will produce that same amount Best Cotton Varieties for FloridaDr. "Diplomatic Washington does nag at them The boys and girls move for fear he will do something nly "
many of the herds are fed Injudlc- of milk If overfed but possibly on- W. A. Carver. Tobacco tor.Mr.. Veo has conducted orchestras not like the so-called 'hot music.! should have a definite amount of.: ''wrong. Suggesting to the ( 'r
I'UHly,' ," ly half that amount if underfed. Seedbed Diseases-Dr. W, D. Tis- all over Europe has directed Its preference is for our foxtrot time each day as their own which child that it do the right thing +w', '
Take the case of the farmers The amount that goes for body dale. at several and inaugural has playedfor ballsin ballads and waltzes. 'My Ange- the older people should respect rather, than It do not the wrong! u'' +

II'JI ho feed all their cows alike re- maintenance remains the same in Fri, Dec. 5-: Some December Washington practically every diplomatic line,' a waltz song by the writersof as much as the children ire re- thing should be the case more of ,rv
irdless of the size age and all three cases. < Work on the Florida Farm-J. tall! in the capital city. 'Ramona,' is perfect for diplomatic quired to respect the time of the ten.BROWNLEQ. 11u'
mount of milk produced. Onlyn A study of thousands upon Francis Cooper Trends of Citrus "I have watched the effect: of affairs. It has a foreign/ : 'E war
8a flavor done in real American.
accident will enable them to thousands of Individual records hundreds of foreign
Growing In Orange County-K. C. our jazz on. rhythm, at a rather slow tempo."
Hake, profits In most cases. But if show that a cow which produces Moore county agent. diplomats; says Veo. "The first ,
ions same farmers will keep an twice the milk of another cow will I. I time one of them hears it, he Invariably Mr. Veo, one of America's { BROS. -'
IIIn wrinkles his fore. master interpreters of modern,
I dividual feed and milk record on eat about fifty per cent more than The good farmer Is the one who up
InPI head tap a thoughtful diplo- music is the (Treat grandson of
PIdl ich cow, and sell off the poor pro- I the second cow. A 100 per cent never learns all he wants to know matic toe, and says, 'It ia a Lubarskl, the world's greatest
.iters. and feed the remainder increase in volume from a 60 per about,farming. strange! new music but there II i flutist. Lubarskl was court flutistto Starke, Fla.
tcfc(irrectly, profits are certain to cent increase in investment Is a something in it which remindsme the Empress Catharine livedto r I
f llow.> Time after time It has pretty good bargain. There are a Effective cooperative marketingof of one of our own folk song be one hundred and ten :years { '
fcb ,
t he most In dollar's worth of feed dairy cows. An old one Is to as well as farmers where have I heard It before hundred and five years. ,
Itpi 1 oduce the most milk the most feed Holsteins one pound of grain WE have a series of bookletsone _

111Cf IIIbl'itterfat the greatest gross In- for every three pounds (pints) Leesburg New heating plant ,phi 41
ime and most important of all. of milk produced. Jerseys are being Installed at Magnolia hotel for each crop-that
P Hints To Housewives ,

/ ] ME y show you how to inIII t l r
Weekly from Homo Demonstration Mpewlaltafa< Tallahaaace' C1C #S t

I Artist and Model for 1930 Red Cross Poster 1 crease your crop and
MISTY,, DI8IIRH .'nouNH: pan' and bake slowly for 2 hour,
Htpamml reran IIrc. I Doran Nulorn Mix together and sift 1 cupful
Measure 1 clip of pecan butter, each of cornmeal graham or rye free upon- request-or come yy,
1 1.4 cups of raw peanut butter, flour, and white flour, 3-4 tablespoonful -
2 cups of water, '2 teaspoonfuls of baking soda 1 1-2! in and'get your copies. It 4
!, .', salt and 1 cup of cornstarch or teaspoonfuls of salt Mix 3-4 cupful -
't, flour. Add the-saltto, the water, molasses and 2 cupfuls of sour pays to know fertilizers. Facts '1' 'j
JOI,; ; and dissolve the starch and butterin milk or buttermilk and stir until

..' the-water, adding a little waterat well mixed. Add 1 to 1 1-3 cupfuls prove. Bradfey's pay more profit
: a time to keep It from getting of coarsely chopped pecans, w
lumpy. Beat for S minutes and put Into,, well greased molds fill fqr every dollar invested.
I' ...'..t,.\.i pour into can Steam for 4 or Ing them 2.3 full Cover and _
,. \ 3 minutes. steam 3 to 3 1.2 hours
", '... Bran Nut Ili-mul. I'rrnn lUncultM
I. ,
.A.j. / Use 1.2 cup sweet milk 1 cup of Sift together 2 cups flour 4 teaspoonfuls y- g1.rowNe ,BRADLEY'SFERTILIZERS
; ',; ""'> .n' bran, 1-4 cup brown sugar, 1-2 cup baking powder and 1-2 ql'1".1" ,or 3 {t'ra s '

!h-r- ( r pecan meat chopped 1-4 cup mo- mixture 2 tablespoonfuls shorten.tag. -
Irtlrs a Iu I lasseaff, 2 teaspoonfuls baking Add 8-4 cup chopped pecans. I
powder and 1.3 cup ralsons. Mix Mix thoroughly and add 3-4 cup

sugar1. milk, and molasses together milk gradually working It In ,
sifting the dry Ingredients into with a knife. Drop on floured pxs'Qy
this mixture dusting the raisins board and roll out to 1-3 inch
and not meats with a little of the thickness Cut with floured biscuit -

.I I flour. Pour Into a buttered bread cutter and bake IS minutesat When In Tampa live At Modern-Flre-proot a .

460 degrees Radios -, Spa i c I,
j''J; ; I'LANTIXO CKOTALARIA clous Rooms -Lobby rt

: ., ;" -'- ,"" L _._ HOTEL HILLSBORO a. AU t
,t'" f..: 4jGj : Arcadia. Fla.-.LaU March 87 department's open +E) ,,{;,> ol'd''

t;> ,:; DeSoto County farmers accompanied Say it with Flowers all the year. Rates ,
,.. .' by County Agent J, J. TAMIM'S LARGEST HOTEL the same throughout '
:.;...,,..,' ..'" ; 1 ii I i t q Heard made a tour of'Manate.. OL ... H the year. ig7
.. .'
( and Hlllsborough counties-. Where y"t
... where Flowers For All you meet friend amt A welcomeBRADFORD
Crotalaria was proving valuableas
'. .F4I. tMr. a cover crop In citrus groves
and vegetable fields. These farmers OccasionsGERTRUDE $2.00 to $6.00 A1, .

were so greatly impressed with ...... .. ... a'it'' tt t ? w per day "

this summer legume that every w ,
Lawrence Wilbur, shown (n lilt New York .,.tllo./ patnttng the poster which u med m <*, 1113' I member of the party has either GODBEV y .t
toll Call of tae American. Red Grot, to urgi ..terlOtl.* to join at a member this pear planted Crotalaria or ordered seed ANDERSONPhone '
to plant next Official AAA Hotel
motherhood and ot the Red Cross and was considered< the most sppea '-
39 Waldo Fla -Free Auto
A Selected hovering over the world. The phrase"The log poster ever used by the Re'' S.- Storage
I FIND for
the Amerlcao Red Cross and Greatest Mother was first applied Cross It bowed a spiritual mother I'OCLTRY. PitOFiTABLESebring Guests sop tsq

in terries to the nation for wide to the Red Crcm !during the figure, holding la her antes a woaoe Fla. .. Five .
soldiers on toe the
World br
attribution In poster form during county' poultrymen who have COFFINS "Top o' the ToWII"DINING .
Just &
the flrnr
the organization's annual appeal for battlefield sod In hospital. Many srtlvt bars ailed
kept records fof, a in the
members: at the period of Its aol) All of the great miter artists of of a Red Cross nurse, until thee state Home Egg Laying Contest And a Full Line of ROOM
Call. Armistice Day to Thanksglv- America nave at one period or Soother two Ideu-Ibe iplrltus "BT stmother.1 ",
owned blrd "and Undertaker
2,471 ) realized
theta conceptlon Supplies
:917 presented
log Day since and the !symbolical snc "'
of the Red Cross $2.47 per bird after deductingcash NEWCAFETBRLV
A poster competition Is held la of the spirit of mercy the Red rove nur*.. AUT0310niLB IIBARHKMCOISTBMISD
Howard Chandler! expenses including 8 per cent ;
bleb prominent artists of the AD early poste.0Ufed: by "Ths Spirit of bars ritualized to the Amerlesi. Interest on birds from the cash receipts Always .. ...... T". treat
Caked States participate and a Christy, public. all of the service that th -.I. .t I.. I.t "rI.lal .... 1. 't"t"
America." and one oy HarrUon according to Louis It. Alameyer -._ '___
committee select the painting Reel l Cross Is organized to extend. t.
Which ball carry the Red Cross Fisher depictii g s Red Cross DOM. Three Hundred thousand: of 51 county agent .. Serving you At TUG HILLHOORO Ja a pleasure
original in Four poultrymen
message: on exhibit on In the carried oat the
for that Teal are Wilbur's posters will be distribute BMBALMEaDEWITT :
Washington recommended Orow
Lawrence Wilbur A distinguished be Rod Crosr museum remind the public 6 Healthy Chick L. B. SKINNER At
trtUt. with studio la Nsw York. I* together wlttt' other .:-Iglnala. in members e Campaign last season and stated C. JONES C. J. JACKSON Y
roll call for
annual '
u* creator this year of the mania- Till first creation of The Crest- that chick mortality was decreased TAJtKC.: FLORID President
cent Scars representing the spirit of alt Mather" was by A. E. Foriager tbs Red CrossI' at least 10 percent. Manager
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TUB IRRITABLE disease are all short-sighted -
IMV know that one of the exciting ten used to th detriml,1"1'' 0'.
C'Ol'NTV ,
MKKTI.N'ti: UNION .. GRAHAM States is fatigue. I recently sawa child's 51" of
,A (Prepared for the United causes welfare "Fpw *
: Iftcl&f The /UMM Woman's Missionary At the annual State 4-It, Pig Public Health Service, by Dr. D. youngster who developed marked Insensitive to'Prli87 ebl''It ben. ....
J Society\ tA !t at tM Baptist Club Show held at Tallahassee on A. Thom, Boston, Mass.) muscular twitchtngs after a vecy: lead them, don, push thelllame -
and L. ,C. Smith and winter consisting
Mr Mrs. of nervous program
signs Frequently
'church McudV7, 4t, (lWou. Thevcepre Wednesday this week, the first One of the first par ,,?t
awardedto daughter. Era. and Ellen Johnson fatigue or mental unrest In the of long rides to school on ment Is to allay the thq' .
Mrs M. Darby barrows was the
ld nt. A. ; place" in fat mxi*',
\ MRS. J. J<:. WILSON presided over t&A Meeting\ In her Hugh Dukes of Union county. attended the, 4-H club achieve child la irritability. This may be the trolley care and outside tutor- onto .o they can ge, a of liar
ment program In Starke Saturday restless nights and Ing in music and French. ,He was spectlve proper tar
the preceded by the
KNTKKTAIXHMrs.<: usual spu n.d\l\( manner circleNo. The premium Is a free trip to situation,
'f: 3 gave Bl //nt hemtlntf Hoyal International Live Stock Show and Mr, Clyde Surrency, who has closely followed by capricious on the road to a savere physical] treatment of undesirable Th,
delightful W been, visiting friends and relatives habits regarding food, either loss breakdown, but his mother quite especially I those -oncwnLi table'
J. E. Wilson gave a Service pro/rrAm. Mesdames> (]. 4-11 Club Congress, given by Armour '
bridge party Tuesday afternoon Alderman, W, J. Btfpmon.!:\ R. A. ell: Co., and valued at $135. here returned' to his home in Tampa of appetite or finicky food habits; Intelligently took him out of problems of developme" ,II 1Illb
to members of the Afternoon Newoom ati4 X H pjltt taking This barrow is a March pig Sunday, but to the parent, general dlscln- school, sent him to the beach six worse than the habit Itself obey'
Mr. ,and Mrs. Maude Brown ot and a feeling, weeks earlier than usual, and his example '
bridge Club. part on the fttWtlV) The followIng weighing around 300 pounds, and and tent faultfinding there Is no need 6fJ'
:f Baskets of chrysanthemums are the Atf\cefA\ \ Mocrvd I for the produced at a cost of 5 1-2 cents Sampson were visiting lasting over a long period of time; recovery was rapid and complete. unduly alarmed over thumb ?
effectively arranged in the per pound. Its mother was shown Mrs. A. O. Brown Sunday. of being unjustly dealt with, at The importance of beginning Ing or even graver *
were new yeartPresident :
'I t party room, where three tables )%|r., Q, P. Raymond at the State Pig Club Show at Mrs. O. W, Barry and and children childrenand school, are frequently! foreruu"ners treatment on these cases early in -practice--

, were arranged for play. At the Vlce-preaI4 cf ,were
close of the game scores were by. Hugh first place in breeding pigsa soon as recognized, the cause over-emphasized. Jealously! is : :
Mrs. O. W. Dyal Sunday.
y compared and a prize was awarded flee SecwAry, M fs. ,W J. Ep $250.00 scholarship given by Starke, of his irritability should lie not an uncommon trait in children -- )
i Mrs. II. C. Wall for holding, person. Frank t;! Dennis, Inc. Hugh Is Mr. several Vasco Forsyth'days of of last week cought first In the more obvious and is quite a normal reaction, It { hunting and
high. A guest prize was presented Cor. See..etn, MM George C., now attending the University! on spent environmental situations, by ask handled intelligently and not encouraged Arc Ontlliml l'ivhleg Rul
here with Mr. Hay Reynolds. FurImrcj:
Mrs J. F. Carpenter of Win- White. premiums, and other money made Miss Jeanette Johns of Starke,, ing such questions as: What Is the it usuelly subsIdes with- In l7urida.Commissioner .
uton-Salem N. C. ,Treasure-. hers,' H, Ltirownlae.. off hIs pigs. was the of Miss Clyde Mpr-: general physical condition of the out leaving any undesirable ef
The hostess served a delicious The presll C.
salad course to the guests. com U)1\t\!'">,: Educational,, Blacklock and other winners will gan Mr.Wednesday and Mrs.night.A. A. Armstead, How much does he have to put In be developed into one of the most of the Florida department Wood,.,,

Enjoying this lovely party were: Mrs. A. J. TncrtAM eNd Mra. V. B. leave for Chicago Friday this week of were guests of Mr for what he gets out of life? Does Mrs II. C. Wall, Mrs. A. Z. Ad- Wheeler: Mttytftt Fund Mrs. and will be gone nearly two weeks. Gainesville he get along with other children'? leading to most. serious ottuatlons outline of brief issue'
and Mrs. L, C. Smith Sunday. hunting
'.&: ktns, Mrs. T. B. Masule., Mrs. 0. James Slice\ aid\ MrW.. 1". Perkins The boys will have all expenses Miss Elsie! Barry of Brooker,,, Is he taking part In games and Is in adult life. Jealousy the guidance of those who rules to,.
: ( L. Beasley, Mrs. t. Wyman Mrs. ; EnlJuttt>#n<. Mr\ If. I* paid and will be shown every important Miss Gertie Johnson he efficient? Has he any peculiarities is such an easy emotion to formu- hunt or fish In the state wish t I.
i O.' L. Haynes, Mrs. N. Sternberg, Brownlee, Mr-*. .Jafaei\ Shepard and place ft Interest in the was visiting or mannerisms? Is he de late in the child, that it Is frequently of Flat
Mrs. J. F. Carpenter Whit Cross city. Around 1,200 to 1,500 Sunday, disorder stut done quite 'voluntarily by Ida.The
Mrs. E. Burns, Mrs. It. A, Nswsoful\ great Messrs Roy and Jlmmle Rey veloping, a speech outline covers:
I of Winston-Salem and Mills Mrs. }<'. F. FlUtA, to V, Thomas boys and girls attend this great nolds and. slater 'Cleo 'attended a tering or lisping) Are there any the parents, as was the case witha Deer (buck only) November
, l' Mabel Weller.HCIIUGOMKN. and Mra 0, tfHtftnf. Missionary. event, each year 'chicken eupperyat the home of Mr, habit spasms, witching or Jerking two-year-old girl, who was to December 31. 'i I''
Mrs; George C White, Mrs. W. J. Hugh has done club work under and'Mrs. C. Johns ot Starke of the muscles, blinking of ,the brought to me on account of vicIous Quail, turkey and cat
t MS Epperson and VrV, I/, Q. Powell; Mr. L. T. Dyer, county.agent, for Thursday night. ? eyes, or twisting of the facial mus attacks she had been November 20 to February squirrel 15
t Benevolent anA<\ ,Aid, M"" J. E. I four years, and during that time Miss Clyde Morgan spent Thurs chest Are the other children pla making on an older sister Emo- lawful to hunt turkey with (tD

, Mr. and Mrs n. P. Scruggs; of 'Wilson and M.\. #. I,. Fek; Per- 'I has won just about all the honors day in Starke, as guest of Misses guing him and why What are ,hh tions in children are not to be Marsh hens or rails: September dote)
Tampa, Florida, announce the sonal Service, 1\Ua.t.; It. Pitts, ''and premiums that Is allotted to a Jeanette and Ida Mae Johns. duties outside of school Is he played and toyed with., It Is less 15 to November 30. (Can be
engagement of their daughter,, Mrs. J. 11. Hv i< Je y 81\11< Mf!. Louis club boy. In addition to hIs winnings Farmers in'lhls section/ are busy being tutored to push him alongto dangerous that can be stimulated In the salt marshes only), taken

I j 1', Miss Neva Scruggs to' John Gary Kahr. / on his pigs, he won the grinding cane'and digging pota another class or to keep him In In so many".waya, and has such Ducks, doves, geese, braDl,
,' Ennla of Miami, the wedding to Mesdames PAl.. fti f fwt.\ O. W. Bankers' Scholarship worth $100 toes. the' class he already attends'? farreaching effects, that parents snipe, coots: November 20 to January
!] I },' take place in Tampa at the First Alderman ,ai4:\ i). J, GrttAR were for the best record and leadership Mr. Tlllman' Alvarez of Starke, Does he take music; lee onsT. need ever be on their guard. Men- ,31. (Ducks on Lake
p Baptist Church on Saturday evening elected deletoV\ ti> tho State Con- and last year he was awarded was guest ot'''Mr.: Roy Reynolds Where does he get his exercise? tal clinics offer almost dally evi- lamonta and Jackson It Leon
'''\ l' December 28th at eight vention to ,1e:) 1A 11\' Tl+wpa, In the free trip to the National Wednesday night!: While these superficial'investiga dence of the damaging effect of county Mtccosukee in Leon am

':,-' o'clock. December. Club Camp at Washington, D. C., Mr. and Mrs. R. Lewis and tlons are going on, try lighten some infantile fear.on human happiness Jefferson counties may be ihot on
.- Mlsa Scruggs attended Sullins for outstanding club work and daughter, Helen: of Charleston S. his load. Do not hesitate to take and. efficiency. It Is extremely Mondays, Wednesdays and Friday
: a College, Bristol Va., and complet TWO NKW/ I>M''WM"; leadership work. Only two boys C., were visiting Mr. 'and Mrs. L. him out of school, eliminate the unfortunate that many only) !
j I ad a course In physical education POITI-AH Alt' V1\n"-n.: and two girls are, awarded this music lessons, and put the patientto children are disciplined by means
C. Smith ; .
Sunday They
were en-
"k at the Sargent School, Cambridge, Clt(;Af4 W HT, JOHNS trip each year from each state.' 'Tampa.FLORIDA .''' bed. of fear. It is either the dog, or -
i : Mass For one year, ahe'was physical Mv V Hugh Is Just an ordinary farm boy route to Force-feed Irritable youngster the dark, the. soldier, or the bogey State rushing work ot wldenlnj
Ifj J.i. Education! Director of Girls |\St. Augu thl"I -- Croto who has taken advantage of his t with wholesome, nourishing man, or other imaginary beings Highway No. 1 between BuldwiiJ,

',\' Memorial Junior High School of larla! and noylout's *-rEI fast/ replac- opportunities. The same advan- HTUAWnKRRYHKASO.V' . attractive food. Take a little more who are going to carry them off it and Jacksonville
after which she was graduated : and offered other farm oJ ci:;,. OPENING; Pensacola About 400 merl
'y i Tampa, ing cowpeas AllII ttl'lr crop tages are every ,time to get acquainted with him. they are not good. Some parentsare
{t from the University of Nebraska hay producer in Ft!? Jtyhn; \ county, boy through the 4-II Club work. I>ROSI'KCTH; FAVORABLE: Find out what he Is thinking; always going to give their employed to lay natural gM pip|

al} Lincoln, with the degree according/; to B;). H, Vi)nce, county 1- what are his problems, ,his hopes children away, or go off and leave line into city. _.__
',;t of Bachelor of Education. She inactive agent. Flat >Ajdo'' tie hot sun, Plant C>ty; Fla., Nov. 21.-The and ambitions. What Is the cause them. All these threats do one of ,
In Eastern Star work a lns are not strawberry season for 1930-31 is either
t and heavy aiittot1( r\ of his discontent-Is he Jealous, two things. The children
member of Kappa Delta Sorority, well suited t4 YAwppnA\: LAWTEYMm. { Just opening. Practically all has he some vague, ill-defined learn by experience that -the

If and one of Tampa's prominent In the sprlti( v< X)%" a number F:. 10 Barney, Cor. strawberry sections are showing a fear, Is he perplexed over.the problem threats are but Idle prattle, which
younger set. Many attractive parties of potato farmYaIi/ '" \ .nt l Crota-, tinge of red here and there in the of physical adjustment, or gives them an undesirable stand- THANKSFor
have been planned In her honor "Liver: 13' berry fields, the harbinger of what
,I, larla as a CJV'EIC'o perhaps he feels Inferior to the ard to imitate, or the threat, leavesan

i !! of Mr. and Mr8. J. W, Morgan per eels 1\lJ4, VII1ehighly/ I'jirty for Young/ Son. be one of the largest crops in him like a human being and sociated with an unpleasant emotional -
Ifii of this city, a number of times. by the many f\.ffn Mr. Knnls Is the. son of Mr, and these plots personally/ cud tin tours Mr. P, L. Dlnklns entertained In Last week saw the first straw- perhaps save the lead from some I itself in unpleasant, even damag- the ready response of. I I
Mrs. W B. Knnls: pioneer residents with the Co\JtHy ARent Last honor of her son Paul's 4th birth berries on the market here for mental ing, manifestations\ in later life. Do the public to the announcement
One the
f of Tampa, and nephew of Oota- the season. Three pints broughtin grave upset. of of our opening of a I
of day."Yellow him
spring 22,001), j jlouhdh serious disorders in children is not cheat the child by making .
M,. and Mrs J. W. Morgan, of larla seed wei1 \ItjfOrE\fl\ by farmers chrysanthemums were on Wednesday of last week sold chorea, commonly known St. promises which you have no Intention Peauty Parlor The patronage I
}I"" Starke. He was graduated from of the cOUnt/, Of the amount used In decorating the living room for $2. The first offerIngs this Vitus' Dance. The of as the ot carrying out, and do not accorded us during the I
y': Bradford ,County High School, and only 12,0001t\ HMilJ bu secured and dining room. Many games year were three days later than cause and disease past week Is evidence that i
get the whacking slipping -
.f from the University of Florida, at and it V'ae btaAted by 60 were enjoyed by the little guests, last season when the first quart our operator, Mrs.! Brooka t
Gainesville In electrical engineer farmers after which they had a marshmallow of berries was brought in from were )omewhat late this year and for soon promises and Is giving our customers per :

ing., Mr. Ennls made Slake; his On one ot the> fivrn 1,300 roust They were then invited near Dover, a prominent .shipping! the setting considerably delayed.A whacks lose their meanIng. Cheat fect satisfaction. We assure
home a number ot years, r/mldiug pounds. of 'se",<\ "utaved/ 4t a into the dining room where Mrs. point in East Hlgborough ,dry spell durlng'July was largely 'ng and frightening, and bribing you of as good service as can I
t with his uncle and aunt, Mr. and cost ot'about 10 "ell\ts 'per1 pound Dtnklns, assisted by her niece, ty, on November 9. Lakelandli responsible for the slowing up be secured elsewhere and solicit
Mrs. J. W. Morgan. He Is a member Plans are belnw fyiftj t.ft BI"'VB seed Miss| Geneva Hodges, of Jacksonville Waurhula, Bradenton and Clearwater of plant beds with the result that ..._________ a continuance ot your

of Delta Tau DeltaFraternIty, from about 80( A"-4r'!/ tote\ y .ar. served delicious birthday other prominent strawberry September setting of plants was in patronage.
was prominent In college activities \ The farmer ty\ hut they are cuke, hot chocolate and home- shipping points, all reported the many. instances postponed until //. E. LAGERGREN
F as a member of Theta Ribbon Society turning to Cr-atiMai-lA.. 1\11 A cover made ,('an(ly. Those present were: first of the season's strawberries October. There has been consid

i, University Hand, Dramatic crop for potat<>W! / mi<\ vth) !V track Carolyn Moore, Mary Edwards, last week. erable' real late setting of plants Surveying, Leveling, i
Club, Wrestling Club and Engineering -f crops. due to thy ibrk0 l< < yield of Jean Edwards. EoHely and Winnie Under normal condition as reflected this year, some growers' having City Barber
'' Society. He has lived\ in green material A>r nitrogen' and Shuford. Clara Mae Harley, Jewel by years past, the sale of gone well into thIs month before Mapping, Ornamental
Tampa the past several years Itntil organic mattey, //I\I! mMl\ coot ot IleddlHh. Adel and Mildred Dink- the first strawberries, is followedn putting out the last of their vines.
t his connection with the Florida seeding an acre:: aid the, dense ins, George Brown Moore, Carl : about ten days by a shipment of The tall season Is generally con- Garden Designs Shop
Power and Light Company as shade which hel"( tA\ eYOdieate Shu ford, James Reddish, Troy the first pony refrigerator of berries. ceded to have been better than In e

ealon engineer, In the power Bales bermuda and department, with heAdquarters In Last year abort\ )'tout( acres of wnr H. W. !Moseley, and Chas.' it is not likely that \there will be a pects for an excellent crop in gen- '- -- -, ... -----:. :!)
1lRI kIne. shipment by Thanksgiving but eral are said to be good.
Miami. Otootan soybean. were grown for If ,
hay.. As a result of this\ / Demonstration _. : weather conditions ,continue fa- .
,, 12 fannaVw ,"Jf1eM/ huve Christmas is coming and you'llbe vocablo the berries may ripen '
," si':\v AND SO Cid'lkIEITH: : planted about 100 '-1:1'1111 to this asked to buy thi- and contribute more rapidly than expected.: ANNOUNCEMENTBradford
,\ -' crop. The queiU/ hilt hAs been to that. Some of the things While there are reports of Increasing FLORIDAT

:: Lovely: radiance roses adorned splendid, and It V>W saved without will he worthy and. some won't, bloom throughout the III
,; the home of Mrs It. C. Hitch Tuesday any rain l IIINry, On A form but whatever else you buy, don't '!strawberry areasIt Is the general
evening when she entertained tour of some of t\j\;, members of the Sew and So Club, were taken whl<:j:)_ eltowad 1 *n I1V. sold all over the United States and season win be somewhat slower Incoming GAINESVILLE, FLA.

f" Time pinned merrily at this Informal rage yield ot 1 $M tone of hay the money Is used entirely for into volume .th's!' season e-- .. __ _
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t. gathering In sewing, bridge per acre. The I'o'eI'e nil health work. than in 1929 which proved an unw -

and conversation. At the close of well pleased, lIui1 iVimtujr of usually early year for'volume Program week Nov. 27 ; .
"'1 the evening Mrs. Hitch served her them liave hay t.<> veil| West Palm Beach J. Augustus movement. Last year a quarter
guests a tempting sweet course. -- !Miller Chemical Works will I of a million quarts of berries had

ThOHe present were: Mrs II. 8. Fort Myers t e fni HoD CII'teterla establish plant in northern section been shipped by Christmas.To TODAY Has been purchased by
-,' Carroll, Mrs. D. P. Carpenter, Mrs opened. of town. a considerable, extent plantsANDREWS

"I T. T. Long, Miss Ethel Grlllln, ____u _ __ u_ L _ .::_ I ,
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.. er,Chamberlin Miss Madge, Miss Mlddleton Minnie, Grub-Miss , AO_. r The W. A. MERRYDAY COMPANYOF

Blanche Alderman and Miss Eunice "SUNNY"AVltli


comely and Bound News

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J.'IOUIU.C.IU.oT "JoG": T.\lU.I': Starke Florida - of N.
S1IIt'MENTH:: SATURDAY business will continue in charge
N. Prevatt and the store will specialize in a

, t', Carlot shipments;; of citrus fruit -:' "BILLY TIlE KIP" complete line of Purina Chows, Single Feed Ingredients

:t and vegetables from Florida for lOOPoundsSALT 95 Wilson & Toomer Fertilizers and
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:' ,,' the first four days ot the week, together \, With f
't 1 'f with comparisons, follow: '- - ,. _- Hay.

, ;', t: Ilonni I John Mac Brown Kay
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Shipments up to last Saturday 337 Guaranteed Self rising Flour 24 pounds - -68c Your patronage in the past has been appre-
I For same period in 1929 - 36 Johnson and 'Wallace cited and we solicit future business.
November 8 IBS ... ... your
'f For week ending .. "-"'; .- .
'i: For same week last year__ '28 --- BeeryWith

, First four days this week 111 Blue Bird Extra Choice Self-rising Flour
t - Cartoon
'I c For same days last year -- -- 19 and Comely Bradford County Fanners Supply

) Total to Thursday this week 356 .. .. -- -
4;. Cuftiintx'ra 12 .. 39c 24 pounds -75c
, ;}, Shipments up to last Saturday 119 pounds - ; - Monday & Tuesday

'S)' period in 1929 17 Company
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\ : 5' For For week name ending week this last November week year 8-11 53 30I' Fruit -Cake Materials of all Kinds "TilE BIG TRAIL" Starke, Florida

i First four days ----- With Star castA

' For same days laM year -_ 8 MwV ...-: .
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Total to Thursday,this week In new epic of the old West
I'; 1'1'1"1'8 20 pounds Extra Good Rice $1e0OSweaters I. _
. tv\ Shipments up to last Saturday 47 - Added<< Act-Comedy-Sound I f., _

For same period In 1929 2 i i fr* f. *t in i j News
I ,, ;.,, For week ending November 8 27 RADIO REPAIRING
t For same week last year __ 2 for Everbdy-New Dress MaterialsGun --- - - __ _u I II
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this week
K First four days --- ALL
I I For same day last year __ 0 --- -

I 'f ,Total Shipments to Thursday up Yegelahlcaf to: 'last this Saturday week 298 56 Shells89c t ; Lard Cans - 45ork and Loose" Smith's Service Station

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For same period In 1929 ,.._-_ 90 With Special cast
i For week ending November 8 191 Aulhsrlzed'Dealer

l For same week last year ____ BO Chops 20c; Round Steak 25c; Butter 38c Added Novelty and Sound

First four days this'wetk 39 New Westinghouse RadiosI :
L :! For same days last year ___ 16
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f : Total to Thursday this week 347 --

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............. Mr. and Mrs W L. Edwards ing several days with Mr. and Mrs. Punta Gonla Collier interests ;\
and daughter of Jacksonville, W :'1. Wainwright, CLUB GIRL FINANCES announced expenditure of $,000 !
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. in city to dredge: .nut canal In
Bits of Struth Thursday. Mrs. W. J. Epperson and Mrs. HOME IMPROVEMENTTO preparation" for dock Irt front of ,:
Dale Vanalckel spent Thanksgiving Hotel Charlotte Harbor.
\Miss Leah Struth has returned with Mrs. Epper on'. brother Boy ton Colonel Robert R.
home after .a two week's visit In and MRter-ln-law. Mr. and Mrs. B. WIN STATE AWARD McCormick purchased "Mlsner

IDeal .Iev Wildwood with her sister, Mrs. L. M. Knight in Berlin, Ga. Mile," In thin town for $650,000
M. DeSha. -- from Mizner Land Co.
Mrs.. L. A Davis, Mrs. O. L. Klaalmmee. Fla."The: old home course was spent to paint the GaInesville University ot
Our People Business and Mrs D. P. Carpenter and Mrs. Beasley Mrs. Wv G. Halle. Mrs needs much Improvement." said house a light tan with brown trim- Florida's football stadium dedi-
Concerning T. T. Long spent Thanksgiving in Julian Peek and Mrs. A. Z. Ad- Ruth Yates 17 year old Osceola mings. The barn and fences were cated.
Progress of the County and Town. u Baconton, Ga.% with their mother, klns attended the, Sedl9nal'meet. county 4-H club girl when she returned also whitewashed. Clermont ---- Wm. Streheler re-

Mrs. J, T. Jackson Ing of the F, F. W. C. In' South from the state short courseat I Ruth's club calf Is now, the family opened his. tailor shop in Tarpy
Jackxtnvllle Thursday Tallahassee last June. She Is I cow. She recently' sold a calf building.
(:,,.:..:::IC:>,reo c:>Q c:>O::>C:>c:>r.5'52525'u:: rS75Z525ce : ::' ; delightful trip to
"" Men's, women's and children'ssweaters now enjoying a from it and spent the money on Barlow -- Klpp Music Co., of
I., wide yellow home pup, sale Mrs. Jacobs spent Thanksgivingwith sale price 98c at Stump's.Mr. Rev. Laurie G.: flay. of Dins- the International Livestock Show home Improvement. She also has Daytona Beach'opened branch establishment -
l i, 7 1-20 at Stump's. her daughter, Rosalind at more and Milliard, will preach\ and Club Congress In Chicago as three colonies of bees a nice garden at 350 Main street.
the F. S. W. C. In Tallahassee Stewart P. Underhill" student here next: Sunday evening at sev the state champion. 4-H .club girl and a number of chickens, Eustis Mrs. B.; H. Bailsman "
L, and;; Mrs. B. S. Carroll were of the 'medical college at en-thirty', at the Methodist church. In home Improvement. 'and all of her profits have gone opened La Monaco Dining Roontin r

I tom, to Jacksonville Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. W, A. Scott of Zol- Augusta, Ga., is the guest of The pastor Rev. J. T. Guy, has Ruth earned the ,money with the )home Improvement route. foyer
fo Springs were guests of Mr. and friends in Starke this week. Invited Mr. Ray to occupy the pul- which the home for her family of building.:0 ,
L Mrs A. 8. Crews were Mrs. F. A. Scott Thursday. pit at this time, and the friendsof seven was painted, screened, land . . ....... .. .. .- h
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scaped, and reararnged under her
lion in Gainesville Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Davis and this young minister are pleas i
daughters Marjorie and Ida Lulu, antly anticipating hearing him direction, and the supervision of
and onion
Cabbage plants. J. F.Kickllter. .
LlldrTn's Coats 7 to 14 years, were guests of Mrs.- Ida Wells Ta- preach. Miss Virginia P. Moore, home Improvement ,
turn in Jacksonville Thursday. agent and Miss Albina
?price, U.96 at Stumps. -- The circleof the Woman's MIs- Smith, county home demonstration !t
Mr. R. W. McGuIre of Ocala, ANNOUNCEMENTThos.
32 Inch agent
dress gingham. Sale lonary Society of the Methodist
Lie's H. V. Knight spent Tuesday and Wednesdaywith
Attorney price, 10c yd. Stumps church will meet next \Monday afternoon -I One of Ruth's first Jobs was to t.
., Petersburg Tuesday. Mr and Mrs. G. II. Bennett. \
"in3t at thre o'clock. The Harriet remove shrubbery from the ;yardto
Paul Knight of the University of Peek Circle will be entertained the sides and start sTlawn. She ,
It. M. T Warren.. spent" Sunday Miss Estelle Davis was the guestof Florida spent Thanksgiving"with by' Mrs. J, W., White and Mrs.I also continued with some base
JecksOnvllle! relatives in Palatka for Thanks. his parents, Col. and Mrs, D. E. Olin W. White! ,fhdttoble White plantings that she started two Fennell with .' I
W formerly
giving."Peter'a. Knight. Circle will be entertained by ;J\'r\f.\ \ years before ,

M. Vf C.'Ford was a visitor In A. \V. Redgrava'u' For 18 years the family had liv- .
ksonvllle Sunday. *, Gun Shells. Get our Mr. and Mrs. R.'E. Blltch. Miss ed \In the unscreened house. Set the Bradford County Farmers ," ;a
prices before buying. Smith's Ser Kate Stuart Blitch and Raiford Among those attending the on doing anything to make a( bet- '
evlton'a Tailor Shop-Clean- vice Station. 10-31-5t. Blitch, Jr., of Quincy, visited Mr. SUrbe-Alachua football game Friday ter home, Ruth persuaded her un- Supply Co., is now connected:. with ,

and pressing 11-14-tf and Mrs. J. M. Mitchell Sunday ware: Mr.. 'A, ?,, dklns? Miss cle to advance the money with <
Col. and Mrs. D. K. Knight and Hazel Adkina. Lois Adkins,_A. Z. which six doors and Dine windowswere the S. R. Johns Company,,and he "
Aubrey Brlnson of Sunny Mrs. H. V, Knight'spent MondayIn Ask to see the beautiful all silk Adklns Jr., Mrs. J. M. Alvares, screened., She later stayed
dens Ir. spent Sunday in Starke.r. Jacksonville. full fashioned. hose for a dollarat Mn 0. M. Inman. MUs Ethel Griffin with him and worked to repay the announces this change for the "
Stump's.Mr Miss Estelle Dlls'KIUy Hog- money '

and Mrs.J. W. Andrews. Jr., We sell Gilt-Edge< Feed, Laying sed), Mrs. H. A. Bishop. Buddy BIshop Ruth's bedroom next fell in the benefit of friends and former <:us- .
.ed Jacksonville( 'Monday.' Mash and Scratch. A good feed at and Mrs. A. J. Williams and Dot Bishop, Nina Bishop, Mrs. Improvement campaign. The old It(,
a, reasonable price, at 'White's. son, Charles of Mrand of Alachua. were O. 1<:. Lewis Granville} K. Lewis bed was cleaned, and enameled alight tomers. Mr. Fennell is an expert I :
guests Mrs J. E. Cor-
shells at Klckliter's. Jr., Leslie Catherine Lewis, Mrs.J. blue. New curtains were \
pun Mr. 'and Mrs. II. A. Dew and pening Sunday.Mr. 13.: Compelling Mrs. E. M. Johns, made from sacks, and dyed In feeds had two
valor E. M. Johns attended children visited Jacksonville Wed MV. N. Sternberg, Miss Clara Lou- three shades of pink. A dressing with all having t
irt In Gainesville and Trenton nesday. and Mrs. T, B. Massie, Tom ise Peek, Mrs. H, L. Brownlee, table was then made from.two or-
nday and Tuesday. Maasie, Jean Massie' Mr. and Mrs.J Mary Brownlee, Martha Brownlee, ange crates. The top was covered years experience in experimental 0
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis will A.,Long and eon Jack, were visItors Mr. O. L. Haynes; feo/nny Hnyneg, with figured cretonne andthen
UK special sale on embroidery spend tha week-end in Fernandina In Jacksonville Sunday t Sarah Hope Haynes'And"" Georgia]' with glass to keep it (clean. A stool work with the University of Florida I ;:

lakes at Stump's. with Mr. Davis mother, Mrs. MaryA. Catherine Haynes. was made to match and a corner of Ii
Davie : Mrs H. C. Wall returned Sun- the room curtained off for a closet Gainesville, and he will gladly
Ir. and !Mrs J. A. Long and son, day from Clearwater after spend- Panama City --* W ''O. Byrd Twenty' four old plcturel'and

k, were visitors' Jacksonville Peter'a% Gun Shells. Get our I ing several days'with her sister, takes over management of NelilBottlLriic calendars, along with a blackboardand give farmers the benefit of his experience '.
nday afternoon, prices before buying. Smith's Ser- ,Mrs J. B. Carwlle. Co., hero. hatrack were taken down from ",
vice 10-31-51. the living room The walls were .
Stations in selecting feeds ; .d
Ire. J. M. Brownlee, Mrs J. E. Mr. and Mrs. A 'L. Alvarez and 'fIt.US sClnutJ.J1: painted a light buff and the floora : proper ::0 I'

I lon, and Col. W. T. Weeks Mrs. D. P. Carpenter, Miss.. Minnie daughter/Lucille, and Miss Irma Loral No. 1, southbound, due linoleum brown. A little book '
re In Jacksonville Monday. Gruber, Miss Florence" Mat. Jalney. and Mrs. Warren were Starke, 11:11: p. m: shelf was, hung on the wall\ and when they call at the store of S. R. i, .;
thews and truss Ethel Griffin spent visitors to Waldo Sunday. Local No 11, southbound, 'due appropriate pictures used The
'et syrup cans at Andrews. 11- Saturday In Jacksonville! Starke 11:13: a. m. table was moved from the centerof Johns Company. .
[tf. Mr. and Mrs C. D. Shank and Limited No. 107 southbound, the room and fresh curtains .
I Dr. and Mrs. Ralph N. Greenof little daughter, Betty Lewis, of due Starke, 10:41: a. m. I huntf. ,
Ir. T, A. Brinson of Hugh, was Jacksonville, enroute to Gaines- I Roanoke. Va., arrived Saturdayand : Limited 101, southbound, due I In the dining room four chairs .. . , ', -':'-- :: ,' ', , :.. ', .'-,
,usiness visitor in Starke Mon- ville, visited relatives In Starke I will upend" the next two week Starke, 10:36: p. m. I were bought and tub furfiltura
Sunday., : In Starke with relatives. Locals Northbound: painted. New curtains were hung,
No. 2, due Starke, 6HI: a. m. aod bowls for flowers placed on STEAM PRESSING COMPANY

''ire. E. S. Matthews spent the Fancy outing flannel, sale price Mr. and Mrs E. L. \\Itddletlnand No. 12, due Stftrke, 3:06: p. m. the table and sideboard which SUITS CLEANED PRESSED AND RESHAPED q'
It-end in Jacksonville with lOc yd. at Stump's. daughter" Marjorie Limited No. 108, due Starke.; Iluth had made from an old safe.
<. Annie Richard. Mr. Ben fowling of Jacksonville Sue, and, 6:63: p. m.Starke The IIS Ruth won at the short J. Frank Thoman-Phone 52-

Mrs. E. E. Branch, !Mrs W. M. were of Dr. I and Wannc guests and !Mrs. W. E. --- - -- -- - -- ---1'- -- - -
ion'1 miss seeing the embrold- Walnwrlght, Mrs. E. M. Johns and Middleton Thursday, : No. 101 leaves Starve'7. m.. No
packages at greatly reducedes \Mrs. J. E. Corpening spent SaMir- 102 arrives 2:40 p.: m. dally except
at Stump's. day In Jacksonville Sunday,
Mr. and Mrs. N. Sternberg spent FRIDAY -1
T. J. Grlttln agent. I SATURDAY
Thanksgiving In Atlanta with their
Dine line
FchedulceSuuthbouad9:37 SPECIALS
Mlsn Eunice Perkins spent Col. and Mrs. K. M. Johns
son, Sammy, who Is attending the
,tnknglvlng In Thomasvllle, Ga., Gloria Johns and 1 iV'Ktta CorpenIng Atlanta-Southern Dental college, : a. m., 1137a. : NOV. 28th
h relatives. motored to Jacksonville Sun- anti while there witnessed the w., 4:07: p. m., 6:37: p. m., 11- NOV. 29th y$,
day. 40 m.
-- Georgia Tech-F16rldu football p. ,
Sire O. J. Griffin and Miss Ethel game. Northbound-4:60: a. m., 8:53: ,
Inn were guests of relatives in Vt syrup cans at Andrews. 11- a. w., 1:03: p. m., 4.23 p. m., 823p. ; PURE CANE f
14-tf. w. :
kunnvllle Thursday.
Mr#and \Mrs E. E. Branch re Tickets and Information at

:-yd.-wide- fancy and-plain- coloring I Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Grant and turned Reach to their home at Jacksonville Smith's, Service Station, next tc SUGAR, pounds - - 25c; pounds w - 49c ,

flannel, sale price 15c at : Zoe Louise \McCalUot St. Antusi / -I Monday, after spend, courthouse. .
I mp's. i tine, were guests of Dr. and Mrs. I.;
O. L. Haynes Thanksgiving.Mr. 'VVWV'WVj Fancy Large Firm ?I fi
and Mrs. R. F. Demorest" j

NA WORCOLUMN were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Eddy! : POTATOES,10pounds29c ,
!Mott of.Jacksonville for the week" .

end. ; New Crop Libby's ; ?,

Bed ticking' / fancy patterns" sale Produce \' r

TRESPASSING, for rent, for price lOc-;yd. at Stump's. MONEY AT HOMEAs I Navy Beans Pineapple 1 1

role cards at this .office.'R Another fine thing about 4-H 1 Apples doz. __ _.. 30c \ ;i

'' SALK--Fresh milk cow with club training hi that there are 40 ''
,alt. of to put the training Into prac- of the I 2 pounds - 17c No. 2 23c .
n. Watson, northeast years one business establishments of liananag Lb. _. 51.2 can - -
Starke its tice.
- --- ,the county, we want to express our appre- 'f

t WTED PECANS --*WI11- pay Mra. R. V. Turner and children, ciation to the Telegraph for the series of I I Rosedale Carrots bunch -.': lOp New Crop J :
oocl prices for number one spent several days in Gainesvillethis I I
week with Mr. and Mrs F. trade-at-home advertisements run during
fchley pecans F. A. Scott It Peaches Lettuce
-- B. Johns, the past few weeks. This store is a home I head -- - lOc Lima Beans
>IR SALE--Most sell Immediately -
a fine horse, together with Childrcna shoes, sale price $1.00at affair, doing its trading among,other business I Lemon dozen 2Se

1 harness.. 5101)0.Priced very reasonable 11-28-21; Stump's-Saturday only. institutions of the county"and spend- I No.1 can - 12c ---- 12 pounds ---19c ,

1--- Mm. !'. M. Barefoot and little ing its money within the county. We'be- Celery, eachCoconuts _____._ J5e I

ILL PAY $1.00 a quart or 60c a daughter, Sarah, and Mrs.GainesvilleTuesday W. J. lieve In buying at home and in patronizing New CropBlackeye Clearbrook ', I I
pint for Epperson motored to \
strawberries, pints pre-
afternoon. local tax paying institutions and that each *_? lOc :
ferred .f
at J, V. Jones, Hampton, Peas
or my place on road. C. A. Durhag reason all of our goods are shipped in /by 4 Butter :
11-2 8-2t. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Kickllter Jr. / Ileans Lb. ________ 5e
and children of Mayo, are visitingMr. railroad-any business thp.t pays a yearly
n.ES FOIl SALE-Fine pair of Klckliter's father, Mr. J. F.Kickllter. tax of more than $40,000 to Bradford coun- 2 pounds15c Onions Lb. ; Pound40cVan pI
Bale well mated, work any- : ,, ____J__ e
'here, in excellent condition. ty is entitled to the support of our people,
Can be -M. Brownlee's Dollar hose, all new colors at III : Camp's Raisins
seen at J. I pkg. IOc Van
rises 11-7-41. Stump's. The holidays are "right around the ---- Camp'sCatsup ?

_ .- corner," and this store is preparing to'takecare ,
ANTED S e t potatoes Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Saul and Miss Milk' Figs pkg. JOe
w e ------- '
chickens, eggs and produce of Minnie Gruber were. guests of relatives -j pf your needs for the Christmas holi 'Au,

all kinds. Can use pecans; send in Alma, Ga., for Thankaglv-j!' days. We, and every \other business man 3 Citron pound 3De "
I8IDpleli large 25c ----
with best cash prices Ing. - - ;
2 C Waters Sanford, Fla. 11l.tto _- i of the county, want you to have a Merry Large size19c k

% M'.aa: Blanche Alderman and Mr. j Christmas and will do our, part to assure"you Orange Peel, lb. __ 30e .
Stewart P.: Vanderblll s sent :, Blue
'JR SALE -IS farm located Thanksgiving Tallahassee with of one. Now, let's make it a 100 per- f Del Monte

ODe mile west acre of Starke near Miss Mona Alderman. cent affair and enable your business establishments Lemon, Peel, lb. ___
lOad No. 28. Has nice three- beautiful I I to enjoy the holidays by.spend RICE ::: PRUNES -
hose are
room dollar |
hcluded house Farm Implements- Stump's.Our !. ing your holiday money with them. This Cherries, Lb. ___ ....
Priced reasonable
A. Stobo. very 11-28-21 I I money will stay within the county to circulate .: 5 pounds - 25c Pound
aDd Mrs. II. L. Brownleeand Pineapple lb. | 10cFi1
"JW: Mr. Brownlee spent Thanksgiving I among you and yours during.the coming -, t DOe - -
BULBS FOR US-Easiest i
and in DeLand with Col. and r year.
most profitable bulb to
stow. We supervise planting I Irs. J. 'E. Fotch. | Yours for real 0
t a holiday season. ..
charge and contract I
crop Mrs. P, H. Maguire and little
>t fixed price. Mrs. R. "
9r. Griffin, Lane St.. Palatka daughter are the guests of Mrs. :
wrld ; supervisor for Pierce ifaguire's parents, Mr. and Mrs I F. 'F. STUMP

""I* Co. of Orlando largest A. M. Darby. _- ;4
Clttrlbutors of Gladiolus bulbs I ,Where Satisfaction la a Certainty r
" yd. at
j individual: cartons' In the IT. Long clotb.'sale( price

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November 20, 1O3O Banff Winter Carnival an Annual Epic of Western
Sunday at
;i r Preaching every Snon
f- h6 r/
I ; t More Rewards Him that ov- in. and 7: 30 p. m. o .
9:45 E.
ercometh will I make a pillar In Sunday school at : a. m. --

the temple of my Ood, and he shall K. Perr/man Supt.
Prayer meeting every Wednesday ;-
; Thy word is latop gars m, feet and i light onto ay pith.-Pulm. 119:105. go no more out: and I will write 7:30 p. m. j ;, ,; ,
upon him the name of my God, and ,, ,. ,,,
'. A cordial Invitation/ Is extender
olftrtTTTrttMSfr of All religious[ teaching, doctrine or the name of the city of my God. all
I WUJF: ; 11 e yVlUUI. have claim to you to attbnd any or of
creed, if they are to any which is new Jerusalem which
I ipon the love, loyalty and devotion of the people, must be In harmony with cometh down out of heaven from these services.PROGRAM.

the teachings of Jesus the Christ whose words fit nto every fold and crevice my God and I will write upon .
'f of the human heart, and of whom it was said in John 7:46, "N EV ER MAN !
him my new name.-Rev, 3:12.
,I Prayer "A mighty fortress Is -
HKIIMOMJTTKC : ; : : stet, Jesus always sought to save "
WKKKKY: : our God A bulwark never failing. Of New River Union Meeting:
the lost to befriend the friend
I November 30 1O.1ALove's wUl be held at Antioch, Saturdayand I
I IM| .\n..w inU. J'rn'I'ri less:; When Jesus spoke Zacch- II
said aeiis "Made haste, and came down Operation As manyas Sunday. I
i Matthew 7:8-11: Jesus : and received him Joyfully." 1 love, I rebuke and chasten; Saturday 10 a. m. Devotional .. ,
3 p S
: For one that aakelh re ,
over/ be zealous therefore and repent. service led by J. T. Harris. 1',

relveth; and he that ueeketrflndeth. While Zacchaeus rejoiced. at the Behold, I stand at the door and Saturday, 11 a. m. Sermon by !.'a, , t, ., ,' ; ,

; and to ham that knocketh word. of Jesus the rabbis were knock: It any man hear my voice, Rev. W. ]I. ]]ernes. ..< ," .. _, ,, ".No,' .f"on ,
It hall be opened( n! Or what disgusted and said that "ha was
't' and open the door, I will come In Noon-Refreshments. '
Is there of you, whom if hit gone to be guest with a man that iANCV SYAtaQf A7 Fo'AII/F' +
'r roan to him and will sup with him, and Saturday, 1.30: lO: m. Call of .
ask bread will he give him a is a nller.
sun he with me.-Rev. 3:19: 20. Churches. Brief reports from Messengers -
if he ask bread, During the feast that followed .. ,
atone! 10. Or Prayer: "Lord Thou must light of the progress of their N.., ? /
will be give him a serpent. 11. IIyo "Zacchaeus stood and said unto ;,t' l w '
r. 'or Can love
(fhe never my church work.Saturdays , '
ha Behold Lord the half ,, r $
I Lord
then being evil know how tot be warmed to y1
2:30 "Who Controls
: i e W s
of good I give to the
(five good gifts auto your children my -
1,1030The this God Satan
Present Age or
how much more tthall your Father and if I have taken any thing from 9 a
h Throne Promised To L G. Hemingway
? A paper by -
1 which la In heaven give good any man by false accusation" : I. restore hIm that overcometh will grant followed by discussion led
thing to them that ask him.I'rayer him fourfold.
to sit with me in my throne even
by Rer. S .S. Proctor.
We do not know what Jesus had
: Thus galth the Lord
E f as I also overcame, and am set Saturday. 3:30: p. m. "What Do
I Fear not: for I have redeemed said ,to Zacchaeus, but certainly down with Father 2., s d DARKE
1 my in Ilia the Scriptures Teach About Pas
thoo I have. caked thee by thy enough to change him from an ex
throne,-Rev. 3:21.: toral Authority", A paper by Rev.J. .
Into humble followerof
tortioner an
t 11- nom thou art Mine.
Prayer-"Thou Lord art Love
; led by
L. Norrls.. .Discussions
, ChrlMt. Zacchaeus did not Just
i Upon whom may we rail when
and everywhere Thy''name Is M.
Rev. Taylor
/ In trouble Answer read-Psalm say what he would do In the future "
' brightly shown Saturday, 8:00: p. m. Sermon by
;, 60:15.: but he acted then, "halt of
' December 2, 1030 Rev. E. Blanchard.
'tl" R.
my goods I give (now) to the
* The Holy One Holy, holy, Sunday, 10 a. m. Devotional ,.. ,
poor. "If I have taken I restore -
' r:1' I holy, Lord God Almighty which service, Rev C.: A. Crosby
fourfold. Exodus 22:1; "It
SUNDAY SCHOOL was, and is, and Is to come.- Sunday School Lesson conducted -
I a man shall steal an ox: or a sheep A '
I' LESSON .Rev 4:8.: by J. T. quigley Snow I*Oi S CO OtlEr;?-nle"nJ
'II"I'" he shall restore five oxen for
I Prayer: 0 Thou who inbabltest Sunday, 11 a. m. Sermon eubJect From 7 to 14 1931 Banff, 1 r ") '".:\iq .
I February : a
.; 1.--_ an ox, and four sheep for a sheep f f.. 1 ... .
I' eternity I would tell of Won < "
Thy : "Reconciliation" by Rev. O. National Park In a Mw'-- '
'r "And Jesus said unto hIm This the capital of Banff !*' "' ".:.1 n" s !
FOIt SO\'.: In.n 30, 10JJO day is salvation come to this drous faithfulness. P. Raymond. Canada and one of the beet known I :' ...J '' '/ Cr. ., :t ma N. a ,
DrremlMT -
3 1D30The
Noon -
.t r -Refreshments. tbe world, will don snow- < -' -.
house forsomuch as he also Is a resort In :
Lord Is Worthy -Thou Sunday 1:30 p. m. Program by .- __""" 11I' ",.-" .. ...
'I Subject Zacchaeus the Publi son of Abraham. For the Son of sklls and other winter sports J : . ,'
: shoes .... .... ...
,,' art worthy 0 Lord to receive Corinth B. Y. P. U. -:.::: _. ._---_.......- -. ,,,. .._- ._ ,
can. man is come to seek and to save equipment to participate the $ ;;' M _"""" "IS ,4
> glory and honour and power; for All churches urged to send messengers -
Golden Text: "The Son of mann that which was lost" numerous contests and pageants of a ri ''NQW S1401f! RAGi
thou hast created all thing and and reports with an "ot-
\ come to seek and to save that fun and frolic to be staged In wane
1 which wan lost." Luke 19:10.LOBHOII : for thy pleasure they are and were feting for expenses and Missions. tion with the Banff winter Carnival make her one of the moat popular come Booming down the ilidi
1 created.-Rev. 4:11: an epic of the Western snows which Is Queens Banff has ever crowned. soar like a bird Jar out Into the
Text Luke 19110. .
: : DAILY IIIItLK: UKAIHNG.S Prayer: "Lord of all to Thee we annually attracting more and more During the Carnival Banff offers a finally land In a swirl of mow

Time-About one week before raise this our grateful hymn of Music Substitute winter sports enthusiasts. This year's comprehensive program of winter experience a breath-bking

the crucifixion praise" Carnival, which from all Indication sports for expert and novice include Competitions of various kind

Place-Jericho, five miles north November SH, 1O.IO: iD30 ,Not WantedNo will be bigger and better than ever, ing tobogannlng on Its famous slide Ing ekl-Jumping, hockey und
of the Dead Sea and about fifteen Dwcmbcr 4, will be presided over by Miss Doris on Tunnel Mountain, one of the finest sports, are held for the bee.
",' northeast of Jerusalem. The Rich Reward -.Because The Sealed Book Thou art Parkea, all-round sportswoman of In the world; skating on the frozen participants and Carnival v

. "This was the thou hast kept the word of my worthy to take the book and to substitute has quality of Vancouver B. C., who has been chosen Bow River skl-lng, skl-jorlng behind Some of these are hotly conttit
city captured
patience I also will keep thee from open the seals thereof: for thou original. InsistonCarter'sLittleLiver to reign a* Queen of the Snow MIA a motor-cycle or team of prancing draw a keen enthusiastic en
by Joshua. Elisha sweetened the the hour of temptation, which wast slain and hast redeemed us Pills-original liver Pukes Is an ardent lover of winter horses, and even swimming In hot onlookers. Old fashioned elelg1:
waters of the great spring. - pill ports-an expert skier good hockey sulphur pools. Han>tY ski-Jump Is one masquerades, dances, firework
,\ There was a school of the prophets shall come upon all the world to to; Ood by thy blood out of every creating free flow of bile and player and an agile skater and these of the most spectacular known to followers the beautiful Ice Palace, t d..

at the city. Near Jericho Zedeklah, try them that dwell upon the kIndred, and tongue, and people making you feel bright as two- accomplishment combined with her of this pulse-quickening sport, race and many other diversion

:,. the last king of Judah. was cap earth, Behold I come quickly; and nation; and hast made us un ,fear-old. Ask for Carter's Little winning personality are expected to and just to watch one of Its adherents a winter trip to Band worth w
told that fast which thou hast to our God kings and priests: and
1 Liver Pills
by and
tured by the Chaldeans. In ChrIst'stlmo name get
' : that no man 'take thy crown. we shall reign on the earth.-Rev. Punta Gorda Pile driving for : Winter Garden Green Gar- Fort Myers $50,000
'yl Jericho was a large city j them. Look for the red bottle.
- Rev. '3:10: 11. 5:9,10.: tPrayer first half of Barron. Collletbridge dens Cafe opened across street building planned to be ere
,; though now a wretched collection ]Resent substitutes. Take )
Frayer: "Praise thy Saviour : Lord' for each perfect completed across Charlotte from packing house of Winter Gar Edison Park by Congre
1{ of mud huts. Situated more barter's always.
God that drew thee to the cross KlfUof Thine we thank Thee. larbor here., den Citrus Growers Association. church.
than a thousand feet below the I -
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level of the Mediterranean, It had Trfay

; a tropical climate." 1- D ROTIIYDARNIT Charles McManKS&MEONE

Jesus was on his last Journey ..
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to Jerusalem. WELL IVE LEARNED: "'rHE'W lOR D i EVENING R.EE"l.El.OW I L\KEt\ > MY \ r CUT OUT THE tJOISE. How '-

,+ Today's lesson begins, "and n BV HEAKT- Now FOR THE 1\l1\ SWEET CoE.N. L.Y o'ER MY /-LI SINGING EVlOENTU-f f l CAN' ( SLEEP WITHTrtAT /'

; ,. .. Jesus entered and passed through &- j I OROW'1.. p.f. -----(:. '..., c GoING ON ? --.
e, Jericho And behold, there was a S' hr *-*- ...- ", COME I \j ':" .... r...._ J I it

'wt, Ulan named Zacchaeus which was I \ IN- '

the chief among the publicans, and -- % ti C 101' s! I 5, '
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he was rich.

"Chief among the publicans" .In, J "Q(." \ x6L41 ,,A i

means that Zacchaeus was super

I vising-agent for the Uoman Government 0
/ ti t ta
over the tax collectors at 3' J '- \ P P
i '
1 Jericho. The Roman taxes from a ,
..! s I
province like Judea were "farmed N S" o _

I out" or sold to the highest bIdder -

( who was given the power to 1

I collect all he could from the taxI rWA1rH

I list. Sometimes they charged too 0 +

great a tax:, or assessed the prop- J

,"' erty too high.

ts The orthodox Jews hated all tax

gatherers' especially when they D

; were Jews. Zacchaeua was the !'

chief of those tax gatherers and is .. ,........ THE
I Q PUtTfC. ("I'M"THE .
,,, thought to have been a Jew,
Zacchaeus probably got riches --- -- -

!through liaro already hU olllce had, but considerable he must I 1 MAIN THING ON 1 MAIN STREET"" By L. R Van Zclm .

money In order to buy from the -- t

', Romans the taxes of a large terl- 'T.uS I IS THE 6L" MORNING

' tory.. fJttihJ 'J c HEV YOU YOUNG ruAUEnED ME ups I ...

fk' "And' he Bought to see Jesus who .tj" 'C; .A. III HO'JII SUIT VELIIN &
he wan; and could not for the 7 QU'T RUNNIN'' T&AT HOSSNCVCQ / GID DAP, / \ "\.
tvGWSPADE2\ ;. : ? .
press because he was little of /

+, ; stature" AAY PO NOEL ,+ t rtA1N SC
Jesus had Just restored the NOISY'

sight of blind Dartlmaeus and STREET I ,,, ,.
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Zacchaeus was curious to see a --
GET ,,.,,, r11L '. y.'w'1'
y' man who could cure the blind. _

' We usually think of curiosity as an t WOCNNfl AFTER MORn- I ANY SLEEP 6eatgA ?" I'

.. unworthy motive, "But without !IMCJ THE LOCAL Milk MAN ON MAIN TwIS ;' ; letlglmate curiosity there would belittle
progress made iu the world's CITIZEN'S SlueBlR, ASWI Pc oil '1 ,,,, '1 '

work. "In essence, curiosity Is the DASHES) DOWN MAIN ST. r a' ,

,,' spirit that Is alive to the wonder ME EXPLAVNEO. "Ovv.TnAT I ''' R A i '

{ y of the world that wants to, find EVLR HE MUST 2 0p' _

out what things are made of, how kEtPIJP SUCH A RAPID 7 '

they work, and what they can be PACE IN onrea Q MAlilO
used for. It has led the scientist ALL DELI"EQlIiS BErol'

+ and tho Inventor to great discoveries HIS CREaM SOI+RS.

and In Zacchaeus' case It led y / l.Fa" .,
to the paving of a soul" :-. .. ..-., -

', Zacchaeua could not stay In the __.n_ . _ - -- - -- .. _

crowd and nee Jesus, "because he

was little of stature" Alfred and Sister Winifred
Wilfred RV KCy
, Many people have hindrances In Copyrlabt.1UO.1Ucb Syndicate Hess"

Y, seeking and finding Jesus but f -J
honest persistence' will overcome GEE HERE COMES 'VHtF AND ) > / YOU LITTLE CURLED \ WHV THE ) ( DON'T ee SILLI{-1'1./15/

climbed up Into a sycamore tree HIS ? STUFP-WILF ? )>CHASING You I
to see him: for be was to pass that SPEED -LOOKS LIKE ME : DYERTNE TRAINING FOR

way" Zacchaeua o.ercome his defects GOT DONe PULLING A JESSIE: S - - PAVEMENT, NURMI 1 // YOU KICKED IN THE I II

hindrances. We may all do JAMES: sruNt',OR. SOMETHIM I / ,-' 't puFpI l fACE ON -me ROLLERCOASTER : i

yl' that it we make the effort to find ... + z MfF f' 'Eyyl yl I \. LAST SUMMER: j

Christ. ., 1. -uff
tl ,. puff
The tree Into which he climbed f o
., h: oufF
was not the tall amooth-barked i //t 1 ...
n, YI/ yr3. e a -- = ,
tree which we call sycamore. The = ,
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Into which
sycamore Zacchaeus i t tLAN I /L

climbed had fruit like a fig and I,

leaves like a mulbery tree The ,s L1

''w lesson for August 31 described <
Amos as a gatherer of sycamore I ,,, t __-- ) r
r ,
fruit. J. 11 I
As Jesus passed under the tree i -iI r N ,Q Ill
" he saw Zacchaeus and said "Make ,.., /

haste and come down for today 1 I ,.1" :. ai '''" .- ; I :;

must abide at thy house" ,. r- '' I .tR,. 07 g'

While the Pharisees despised J/'SS"

Zacchaeus as the hated tax gath ,

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NOVEMBERH)30: .. ..
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Ctectlon! t3 Northweet quarterof
HKPOHT OP SCHOOL Kl'NIM. DU.tII'ORD, (COUNTY FOR. TIIH 11tlOU.JNU.I\U JUNE SOTII. "30. Northwest quarter of Section tt, all .

'S 11"B. The following report of the receipt and dl-burement. of the School funda of Bradford County .for value the'period of Hchool][ O 50'1JiV-, with ord In In Townihlp Union county.6 South' Florida.Aleo 19 Kat, 'j,

] the balance. and amount of warrant. Inn and a atatement of the ae-et and llabllltlea and the In..truotlon' 'I. nrby publIshed under NorthweHt quarter of North. j
H. S. JOURNAL"The County a.. reported on the 30th day of June 1930. by the Hoard of Public Inatructlon and the Bunt nf Public AMOS.) Comptroller. went quarter except 6 acre In '4\
the provlRiona. of Chapter 6813 Act. of 1815 Law. of Florida. KHNHST _ _ Northenet corner. Section/ 4, Town. ;
= shIp 7 MoUth Itan...-. 22 Kant, in:
!b Bradford (county Florida. '
1 Staff" 6 that portion of Block. 1.1. 'In
: !: Ro t'h of lovernment Ix>t One,
1 ..: ..: I
.. ? .. Section 18, Township 19 South,
Milton Brownlee! ..e. "CJCS; .- 20 Kant In town of tADelle. In .
in-Chief --------------- a jj; .. Hanice
\ Editor a :: jj; ,:, .:. ro. "j'cft'J i1 ;; Inverne. In Cltrue County Florida 'tdeserib.l
Editor ___________________ Hazel! AdkinsSports t : e I.:. ..! ... .. t t a. follow South half of '.
Assistant :! cI 0 'Oc .
Overstreet 1: v A II .. .- 0 0w : .. .. : lot more fully, described. a. beginning .'
| Editor ____ -------------- Gary _. e 0:: .. dt' ".....Jo'" Q II a. at the SouthweSt corner ofHlock

i Editor _________________-u._ Muriel Silcox Fund Pi! g bo !Q ZI' $ .. !ZIQgJ"' :;: !ZI 0 P! 18. runnIng Block Kant 60 along feet, ;thenceNorth South )
Literary .s !ZIt!2h 4. line of .
) I Editor _______________ Annie Mae Pearce . 0.. .. _:: _:: E..s. .. :-: .s 0. .0.: ... -= .E I0 I-: .. to rlxht of way ot State Road
Exchange .. I. o. 0 No. 6, thence In Northweet.rly direction -
0 0 1 1
lOG 1
a 0
0 0 I of
: Went boundary line
0 0: f t t ta ... t-: .. ; 1ii
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::: :: : t- Maid Hlock 13, thence Houth alongnald -
P Raymond seems like shifted to right guard and Cox tc & & :i i .o 0 ilP'1 0.- t :i .1' 1 boundary line to point of be-

half. Cox wild at hie ..
flier football squad. IK right ran .1 t t !
to the tJ 2li I de for
.B o is Maid nale la to be m pur-
ids practice about twice a new position. racking up 45 yards pone of Htlefylng saltS fltml decree.A. '"

not missed a foot In 9 trys which is mighty good ____ ________ .: 1030..0 lBtl..3 --- ..-- H.I: CHKW9,
Li and has nen..ral. Rchool _ _________ .94t.l. _____ ___ ________ 57.S5.94 55,044.30 ------ 1.181.89 5,25595 SpecIal Master. In Ch"nc..ry.D's1f''r .
[ this lesion.e And he Cox ia undoubtedly fast and If he I'Ipeeial' Tax School DI.t. _______ ....M.80 1.111.19 __ ._____ 19,495.99 .17I.U* 830.11I 10.01 -------- ---- -- 10.810.IS KNKIIIT. ana 11. V. KNIUIIT.
I game some very good ad should ever get loose It would Bond I & S. ____________.IO.73U.60 _______ __ __ 17.000.00 .....0. 181)11 ,178.11 III.UI.1II ---- -- ----- ; ., Florida.Solicitors .

I.,-tbo'rhat boys' spirit. Dr. Raymond." mean a touchdown. Totals _________________.0.110... 1.117.811'' 70.00 aT.OOO.OO Uft.U3. lU.11'1.11 1.90'1,13 63029.11 '18.000.00 130..0" 1'1.088.0.- for Complainant.3 1-1-..-1 1.28.

n-eTTl\ believe that .Mrs. Perk I When the three Starke players that pippin hoet from the movie would look very much more beau PKCR.. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
recovered the ball Alachua'sgoal ------ I TAX l>i KnNotice
be made a cheer lead. over last night?" tiful thaft tbe'weeds.. --" _.
Ibould __ _______ _______ -- -
Mr. GriMe.0thathuntIng line each one thought the other overdraft In Deporltorjr. : Uoneral JS'SJ
ADd don't forget I Harry Tyson: "Yeh. By Wlla Shaw Uncollected tax., U..n..rat ___-.-___________ .-------- ?-' !. 5llalunra In herehv tclv*n. that C.: If.
was an opponent and began Howard Moore: "How far does 8th grade. In Doponltory. Spoclnl' fMntrlcts ___-____. --_ .D9t J2UnooUnrttd Clark. holder of Tax Certificate. N...
season has scrambling over the ball. Finally Taxe., Hpnclal m ,trlc --________.__......I0.913.55 200 Sixth day of August A. I).. 1928
,she live from the Theater D.po.ltory.. Horn I S. nintrlct.___.___S'JJSJUnoolleutod haM tiled aald certificate In my of-
',ned we are having a hard time recognizing each other's unltrome Harry Tyson: "Oh three soda The pupils of the fourth grade Italanc In THXH, llonJ 1&:8 IJIiitrlct" ... ,__-u_- flee and. nmde application for tax
the boys Includ- they held the ball still and the referee have been working very hard thl I.IAHIMT1K8 d"ed to.t.*ue thereon In accordance
,ping some of fountains and a candy store. Outnandlnir.. O.n.ral _-___ .-___..-_________ ,1'SJS.. with law. Hulcl certificate embracesthe
Coach Lovell and Mr. Dowllng. called it a touchdown. Times-Union. week writing some descriptions ol Honda. Outntniulln. General _________ ._, .AAHefiindlnrr following deecrlbvd property eltuated -

their homes, trying to write some honda OutstandingUund 1 tt S ____.._______________ 78,000.00 In Bradford County, Florida,

II," RS.\OOI AGAIN TIM Brownlee at guard leaves a Ralph Cox: "What Is your thing that it may be put ____._._____-_. ._-_____-__-_______________.61.SS4.51 105.19682 to-wlti Lots I 1 and 2 of Block 1. rinehiirnt
AI'ACHUA HIGH; SCHOOl mighty good man on the bench In 'brother in collegeT"Milton in the B. H. S. Jourual. Here are ---- Development Section 21, TownshIp 6
_VALUE OF SCHOOl. I'HOl'1>1HT South Itanire. 22 Kant.
Thomas. so the change may not be Brownlee: "A halfback." some of the descriptions: an oppor PR. The of aM property
Day give person
permanent every School hnuae. and lots _137.675.00 under the Raid certificate lued wa
((8Y Gary Overstreet.) Ralph Sox: "I mean in studies. My Home tunity to share In the program", School Furniture ___-- 12,820.00 In the name of Wm. M. Thoma. "

tied Alachua for Milton Brownlee: "Oh in studies My home l is on Ninth street Hchool apparatus.------ 1,430.00 Unl..". aald certificate ball be re*
The Tornadoes Looking back over the recordswe for the prevention of tuberculosis Other 8chool property _.. .. 2.100.00 deemed according law. tax deed .
I second time' thla season l&8tIda1 ) he' a-way back. near the school house and it 1 Is not will ecu. thereon on the 8th day of I
find that Sam Alvarez Is high .
of 7 to 7. Alai out of the city limits. It Is a white Total I . I Hl 25.00 December A. D. 1930.
with a score point man for the Tornadoes. lugging IT the I Contract to be let by U. S. Wai Dated thIs SOth day of October,
drew first blood when they BELIEVE IT OR LEAVE bungalow with wide porch on deemed. according- law tax deed. A. D. 1930.
In the first the ball across the line for a front and alta in a big yard with Department for dredging intra will UBue thereon on the 8th day of Q W. AtjIsnMANf
red early total of 36 points. Bill Tison is coastal waterway between MelboUrne A. D. 1980. Clerk ot. Circuit Court
otter on an unbroken march Mr. GriMe missed a football lots of flowers around It. It I Ismosil npr "rhl. 30th day of October. A. Bradford county Florida.11.7.5t12.I. .
and Inlet.
with 7 Eldredge Lucia
second points and St.
columns "
Held. They made good game, ) of wood and has ,brick B. 1830. /
wl1 the Robinson comes third with six Miami New Ooode'a Baker O. W. ALDKHMAV
point. Coach and Mr. Dowling killed on the. front. The Brad- Clerk of Circuit Court Hrad-
e extra points. is block from branch opened at 510 Park street ford .Florida. MASTERS NOTICH OP SALK
The Tornadoes score cam late thirty quail. ford. High School Count,

second period when they Louis,, lUll missed a day of my home and Mr.' 'Scott' "Filling tn Riverside..Yaoksouvtlle. 11-7-51-12-5.
the Alachua swept the Tornadoes off Whiddon's opened Hereby notice I la given that under
pushed Alachua back to ,the school (and he wasn't sick.) Station" Is near It, too.. and by virtue of that certain nn..tde..r.
their feet for the first quarter last another new Whiddon's Cast NOTICE
.. of foreclosure made by the
Alachu tried to Ortho didn't make a hundred on By.Mary Harriet Bishop FOR TAX ItlCKU
yard line. Friday and they didn't come out Store at 2708 Forbes street. Judge of the 26th Judicial Circuit I .
blocked and the geometry test. 4th grade. In and for Bradford County, Florida.In .
but It was
['k. end over,the until the Alachua boys had pushed Ben Sternbers got only six demerits Ocoee-Rev. J. W. Chllder tc Notice In. hereby given that C. H. Chancery, on the 13th day of Oct.A. .
11 rolled and over across a score to take the lead.A open bakery here. Clark holder of Tax Certificate No. n, 1930. In favor of the Federal
:,al line where three Starke coY breaks comingat the past month. My Home 1, 3rd day of "'September A.. D. 1988. Land Hank of l Columbia a corporation .
of tough
couple Eloise Ritch made ninety-two on In'Starke. The hall tiled aald certificate In my offIce and ag-alnut John Browning,
The extra point
home Is
red the ball. Inopportune times probably cost My cLE; REPORT and made application for tax deedto et .i.. defendant. The undersigned.a .
tt the score the Tornadoes at least another Biology test. flowers and trees make it attrac- Isnue thereon In accordance with ttpectal Mailer, will offer for _1.
Alachua opened the game by Mrs. Carpenter gave a written tive. The house Is a wooden Report Cleric of Clreull IHW. Maid certificate embrace thefollowing In front of the Court Houe In
fd troop eltu
touchdown. described property the legal i
Florida, during
Court In Bradford County ,Htarka
kIng off to Sternberg who reined -. lesson In History IV. building painted white and yellow Florida of account of Tax*. ....... ated In Bradford County. Florida, hour. of ale on Monday, December !

It about 4 yards. Cox gain. "Unconscious" Robinson madea with a large oak .tree in the ed for the :year 1919. to-wlti let 1930 to the hIghest and beet j
Lot 2 of lock 1. Flneburat Da *
C. A. Knight tax collector bidder for each the following
I five yards then Sam was thrownr CLUB nwsJunlorH'nlor touchdown in the Summerfieldgame. yard. The oak has moss hanging Hlarke, No. 6, ll 3lCoaotr volnmnent Hectlon 21 Township 6, property lying and bring In

ten loss. The Tornadoes from It, which everyone admires. Proper !:I,>"lh. Kan He, 22 Kant. Brndford County Florida, to-wlt "
yar Club "Gator" Inman didn't wear that To bal due Oct. 1. I9au! ___. -192251 The aase.einent of en.Id property: The Houthwettt quarter, of the ,a i
for no gain and Moore Etiquette: This makes the place very pretty under the .ald certificate larnued wan '
t the line My amt. col. Including t A K IBM.T, Northwest. quarter, of the Norlhwenl .
uited. The Junior-Senior Etiquette famous smile In the Alachua game. I live near our beautiful school To bill. due Nov. 8, 11130 '1.1.< In the name of Unknown. quart.r and the North Half of theNurthweat .'

Alarhua then took the ball and Club met Wednesday Nov. 19 with MUs Florence went through o buildIng'! and also state road 13. bal.. due Kino(h't.A For.Uur.To I. 193(1 -. _. 7*2."< irnlee accord Bald cnrtlfIcate In", to law ahall tax be deeil redftenind .- .>f quarter the Northwest of the MuuthwvRtHtmrrcr. quarter ',

lade four consecutive .first downs Miss Andreu In the chair. whole period without saying "All I like where I live very much. fly aint. ool. Including MAI 76&.KI\ will iNMiie thereon on the Ith day of and the Went half of the Southeast ;,
To bal. due Nov. B 1B.HO 16.74C..aty Oenember A. n. 1980. of the Northweat of
quarter quarter
in students!
first right now
This our ,
was McKay Johnson this
er the Tornadoes scoring a By DmtUImm Puled 30tU day of October A. the Northwent quarter and the northhalt

)tichdown. They made the extra two weeks due to the fact that 4th grade. To Hal. due o<-t. 1, U3.. 197.K D. 1930., of the Northeaet quarter. of the
some of the supervisors were absent Chapel exercises were omitted .. Hyt amt. "01. IIl let as the quarter ended. To bal. due Oct. 6, lOBO _, 5.61 Clerk of Circuit, Court Bradford end the South half of the A
The Tornadoes fired by this from school. Thanks for the Thursday in order that the teach- OUR I'OKT'H: CORNER Comntr School-( *.... CouTuy: Florida." Northwest quarter. of the tiouthwectquarter .

Alrcc vacation even though we missed ers might attend P. T. A. at three To bal. duo Oct. 1. 19JO -aSfll.d: U7Bt128.8IP13CIAL. of the North wet quarterof
irted a march of their own. lly amt. col. Inrliiillnic IS I 3H211.211! sectIon Twenty-eight, TownehlpFive
started It by returning thekoff them. The subject of the programwas o'clock.. '"Our Poet" bas !given us a very Nov. 6, .930. amt. overpaid 131.61: : MAS'l'l-lfS "".10 /South llung-e. Twenty-two

reeledr "Introductions." The different good poem this week. We have founlr 1'olln Kn.fl. containing thirty acre more
for 15 yards. In To bat. due Ort. 1, 1930 _.. 6201 or !..*.
to be high
r 20( yards on a fake play. Sam types of introductions, were Everyone seems been given another Interestingpoem lly amt. ....I. Includlnw H I 67.0( Notice In hereby. riven that under -. J. L. FriAZER.Bpeelal .
then illustrated by Beverly Cady, Ruth spirits this week because they all ,'which we hope our readers Nov. 43. 1930, amt. overpaid .. '.00. and by virtue of that certain final : Muetvr. '
,ide 8 yards then 10 yards ilooree entered by the Hon. A. Z. Ad. '
out of school for Total ....-*" _HcscnUr M. M. JOhNS
know that get -
yards. Eldredge made one Roe and Lester Price Robinson.Frcs4hlnIcn.Sploomore we will like. To bal. due Oct. 1. 1880 -,4897.11 kin., Juda-a of the 86th Judicial Clr- Solicitor for Complainant.
Thursday and Friday. And we Nature' Sty amt. aol ..,..Iud In.,' M I "4&.23 I'Ult OT Florida. In and for Bradford 10-3l-Ct-ll-28.
rd and Same picked up 2 more. doubt seriously If some of To bal., due Nov. 6, 11130 _""... 151.VfbSrkoul County: In Chancery, In that certainfurerlnaure ,- ,'
KtliurttClub : Nature brings UH flowers and and
of Farmer
this failed to make aNt .. non... cane
)wever, them will be able to come back stream. To bal. due Oct. 1. tIl30.14911.011! Dealer Hank a corporation oomilalnnnt NOT I CM t>V VlHAt! UIIICIIAII..ID f
down by Inches and the ball VH a"r"E." Sweat et al., .
Monday, because some of us like Hy amt 001. InrludliiK M &; I 18711.1\0 1 (
birds that ,
Trees and bees and sing
mt over to Alachua. Alachuaed met Wednesday Nov. 6, amt. overpaid lH1.4fAKrlmllaml defendantand bearing date the Notice I I. hereby given that sixty l '" '
The Etiquette turkey mighty well. 10th dny' of October A. n.. 1930, the '
without And gives us what Is i ,our delight day after date. hereof, on to.wltt Ik* v'
a couple of plays Nov.' 19. In Mrs. Carpenter's To bal. dun Oct. 1, 19.10.' _. 17.10 underiilHrned Special Mauler. In Chancery 2.lril day of December. 1930. We' the
y I? success and then kicked. This call The sun that from mor'n'til lay amt, .!()i. 'Including IS .& I lttt.41% will sell to the hlithent and. best undernlg-ned. executor' of the Palate .a,
Tor- room. The meeting was We should have a fine crowd night. 'fo bal. due Nov. 6, 19.10 ___- 6.68 bidder for caih In front of the South fIt Alice, C. M. Ilewke., deceased will 'J
aa the kick that gave the ed to order by the president.! As from Starke up at Fernandina Wldnw'n 1'rNi.loii rend door of the courthouse. In City of prentint our voucher and final a.,. .I
does their score when the ball the meeting To bal. due u..... 1. 1930 _. _. 191." Hlarke, Bradford County Florida- on count to the Honorable (lleo. A. Oar- .
there was no business, Thursday to nee the Bradford Tor- Monday\ the flrnt day of December,
when Nature provides ua with. clear Sly amt col. Including 13 A I 191.46To diner I County Judge nf BradfordCounty
unded back over the goal wa. turned over to the chairmanof nadoes put a finishing touch. on bal. due Nov. 8.1030 ._. 5.6tt A. 1). 1030, during K'lrn loiral hour of Florida for his approval 'dt's.
was blocked by Moore and re- Lois light 4)at.t.inS miS aele l the to-wltt I and our dim'barge MM. such axnvutor.
Waln- the program. committee their football schedule which has And for the dearly wanted night To bal. due Oct.: 11130 __ ,_ .. 19T.K Mouth half of lluijthea.t quarter ofIlctlnn Till 24th duy of October. 193*.
irered by Sternberg Long./ been a success so far. sty amt. .'I.!. Including" P3) A I 1U1.4K 22,. North half of Northeactquarter W. ir. HIOItdKNT; and
alit and, Brownlee. Alvarez was en- For then Is when we like the best 'ro.b..l. due Nov. 6. 19.10.____- 0.6lll of Section' 27, Houtliweetquarter MAID HUWKliS 1 HEHUICNT.1. '4' .
The following program To have a long and peaceful rest. <.n ide the etra point. joyed: JUST; PLAIN DOT bill due Ort. 1,11130 _I 111.1311.1\4\ ,
Alachua received but soon lost Definition for Etiquette Gus sty aunt "..I. Including1 I I'1 A I 10.1 110.iii '
And when we wake at morn so To but due Nriv. 6, 11130 563.911
e) ball on downs. Alvarez made Thomas. Well folks our plays have start O. W. ALD KMAN?. Clerk. Notice I Is hereby given. that. the following described land. will be Hold .

t yards on the last play of the for the Right of Others The first Is clear By Blanche Alderman U. U.CMCItK'S at publlo auction on the F1UHT MONDAY IN DUCMMHKH.! 1930. It being 4
ed for this one
Regard year. 'TIs great to see the world so dear the let day of nnld month before the courthouse door at Starke: In Bradford -
lIt. rtunnie Canova. entitled "Just Plain Dot." This --' county Stale' of Florida or no much thereof a. will be necessary i ,
With birds and flowers and bussing : rae a wr'icr. liT"TEMIC1\ "
Alachua kicked and Cox return- of Today-Sydney December to pay the amount due for taxe. net opposite. the name, tog-ether with
The Manners will be given on COUNTY: .VNIJRI
play the .
bees cost of such ale and adverlUlng. CVA. FUTC1I Tax Collector.Peecrlptlon .
lit 10 yards. Cox failed to gaini I o'clock by the -
Hershfleld. ith at eight grammar
and breeze. I
And with soft gentle
Sam made 8 yards. The ball of Washington's Rules on grades for the Parent-Taech- a Monthly flnanniai utaimnont of T.. ... t.,
I Some
Bradford county for the month of .
Sei. T 'II A A _t.
liB bucked out If bounds for a I Behavior! -Abble Ilarley.Etiquette's era' Association.! The prices willie October. 1930. '
rd. Sam made 7 yards. Eldredge Reward Cldye chil Nature gives UH our-dear life Mrnrral; Fund I Lot 13 14 flock 23 Tem- .
lost I SOc for adults and 15c for And for our food we do not strive. Tlal. O<-t. 1. 11180 ... . 23292 Pla'. addition __________28 II Lois Peek Perryniun _.... .| 611 .
ked up 4 yards and then Morgan. K.>cflpl. dnrlnir month .._ H95.I7 Lot. I I Mlook 3 City Park '

yards.: Alvarez passed to Ben dren.The little folks are faithfully For nature gives with gentle hand Warnrntii during"" month .. ...11.08lIal. Hub division ___ ._______28 5 U Lois l Peek P.rryman ___ LIZ 1
Food to all throughout the land. Nov. 1, 1890 _ __ 179.01C'S. Lot 1 3 IJ: 13 14 Block 21 .' ,
rnberg for IS yards and Cox The members of the Inter Nos practicing under the leadership of By "Our Poet", Donald McRae. !.* and forfeiture F..d 1... T. A Co' addition __2$ U C. t* Peek .__--------.. ...., "
Al- TIlL I. &)..t. 1. 1U80 _I__ 255.08 Lot 8
b 'oke) through for 11 yards. Club enjoyed a brief play presented Miss Hazel Mlddleton. 0 10 11 12 Hlock 23 \
llooelpte. dnrlnir month$01.56 Temple'' Additions. I 22 .. _ _
C. I. Peek __ .,__ __ 7.39
V lrel then passed 3 times In sueBlon. by its members on the meritsof The cast that has been selectedIs ( Whippoorwlll' Wararntu, durlnit month -. 8.14.HOBal. Lot f II' 7 11 Block 27 '
but all were broken up. Latin. as follows: Nov 1. 1930 _._ __ ___ 11.73 Temple'* Addition .. ',,.28 II II-C. L. Peek ________m_ IS.63 ,
Publicity Fund I.ot. 3 lllnck 22 : t>.
looked like another score until The constitutional committee: Mrs. Wilson the mother- There Is a little brown bird. 'Warrant during month _. __ 80.82 June. Addition _____.__.28 I 22 11. C. Hitch ___________ 13." ".
II in. The ball went over to Ala- Ben Sternberg Henry Mast Sin- Elizabeth Craig.Grandma Whose nest is on our house Itnoelptit durlnir month ._.. ... .21 One lot fronting Hrnad ,
Warnrnta durlnir month .. KO.00Mai. way street bounded. N by
Ilia on their.own 25 yard line. clair Peek are at work on the Wilson the grand- She 1 Is as big Nov. 1. 19SO ._ 80.69 old county jail H by land
Alachua and punt' of the Ont.tiin.IlpK rued of M. t. John: and known t
failed to gain constitution and by-laws mother-Myrtlce Ford. As a big big mouse
Tlal. Oct. 1, 11(30( .1_! an. Knrhelfofer Tilnre 2( 'ft 12 n....' P .Tones IK A4
lout of bounds on the 50 yarde club. which we hope will be finished Bessie Blade Mrs. Wllson'anlecKatie Her nest Is up under the eve KoorlptH durlnir month 48..41 .

The third quarter ended soon. Colley. Where she sit all day Wiirarnt durlna- month --_----_--_-.._----..________.,p__._..___u__-____---p -_.
Hal. Nov. 1, 1980 162.47
I Itb the ball in Starke's posseslon Buster Black a negro errand And continues to wearle Hoad Fnadnal. h

0 I Alachua's 32 yard line. Nature Study Club boy_Edward Bagwell. Her mat flies around tile yard Oct. 1. IK.ll ? 238.S5Ttecelpta '

Sam 1 yard and the ball wentr another Dan Dennis, 'a newsboy-Bernard all day Warrants durlnir during month month __ LOOK FOR THEIMPRINT

> to Alachua. Alachua made a Wednesday, Nov. 19. was Smith. And picks up twigs and pieces of Ii.!. Nov, 1. 193K ____ -23825Wld
0II 8th grade Nature ..w'. Pen.lcm
of the
r it down and then kicked to Alei meeting read by Meg a poor girl Doshia hay. nal. Oct. 1. mao _'.._ 1U.Ol

IIII on his own 33 yard line. Study< club. Minutes were Smith., Her house la as long as it I* Itecelpta during month -.1._ 47.79
the secretary_ The only speakerwas \Vararnta during month 273.00
e tackled hard until Dot fairy-Lucy Ann Dew wide
IId was so Hollingsworth. who a Ilal. Nov. 1, 1930 J13.70Acrlpultaral
pppd> the ball and ,,Alachua re- Elizabeth The Wilson children: Alice, oldest And she weaves it from side to Fund
spoke about the Bob-White. Dorothy Ilal. Ort. 1, 1920 _..__ 191 93K TILia-APH >--... eTAl.
''ered.Maohu. reading on girl. Miriam Guy; Willie oldest side; ..c, lpta during month 47 HA
was held and the ball Smith gave us a boy A. Z. Adklns. Jr.; Dick. And when she is throughIt Warrant during; month 10000

ent Tornadoes pushed Columbus. The meeting was then Jack Halle! Maud sec- IB the prettiest sight. Hal. Nov. ,1, .1930 __ <146.73 ON ALL
over. The second boy. u.....I,.. Fund CIRCULAR ADVERTISING MATTER

d vn the field to Alachua's threed adjojurned. r>nd girl Juanita Bishop: Roy and She goes Inside and sleeps all Hat Ort. I, 1910 .u__ _.. S60.49Ititcelptn

marker but the final whistle BKAI<'Oun. BUMPS: Toy twin brother and sister Harold night. Warrant during durlnir" month month. ___?47.80. DISTRIBUTED IN BRADFORD COUNTYThe

II pped any scoring attempt. Bishop and Ruth Wyman. And( emery morning bright and Hat Nov. 1, 1930 408.29

Uneup: Cleo: "I'm going to have some Save your penn'es! for this at- early I hereby. certify ahowing that balance the forowolniItatem.nt :at the :

IValnwrlght LE of them little pictures twelve for a ractlon. because you win enjoy it Before the sun I la uphe's the hInniniS month of herein end above at the stated endlnnt. and I imprint is the name of the firm by which

Moore LT quarter taken. rery much. up there chirpingTo of the receipt amt warrant I....... the printing done.
Graham ROInman Miriam: "Oh! I thought they wake her husband. up.And lurlnv eald month, correspond with was It usually appears in small

C The eighth grade pupils have when the day darken the F.'ord of my office. and I. true .print in an inconspicuous
(C.) were a dozen for twentyfive and correct to the bent of my knowl- place on circulars.
Brownlee RQ been writing theme this week. And the shadows come over the fd*. and belief I .'.0 certify that

Mahentey RT cents. 'Wild Flower of the Neighbor bill.he d fallowing.ltorl,.., ,.ihowlnrr It a lut the of all balance county In The imprint of the Telegraph Press shows that

Sternberg RB Dora t "Have you beard the hood" is a good representative of ? has her house finished each nr t at the cloae and of the month .herein. the circular to which attached was done in Bradford -
It would be nice Her I la the : ttf.l.: amount of ee
heir work. very name Whippoorwill
Robinson, L. QB math department song? by each Shell depoe- and that
county the
Alvarez LH2ox Hazel: "Not yet what is It?" If.. the citizenS of Stark would By Paul Raymond. tory and the amount o( Internet profit, as well as wage-

RH Dora "Puttin on the Rltz- ake heed to the part of this them. bald each or credited
Robinson E. FB Pointer. which concerns Starke. 1011 DEATHS FROM TUBKRCuJ .. *n&J: II Balance. or time :de., and helps the county.

first downs: Starke. 9; Alachua "WII.1 Flown.of the NrlghborIIOO.I. LOHIH WIt,,... mY band tble ht day of

I; Starke 2 out of 6 for 35 yards; "So your son got his B. A. and ." fovemb.r 1930.eJ.: V. ALTriRatAr. Printing done elsewhere--that which carries

A ichna tried ..pass, grounded; M. A.?" "Yes Indeed, but he's PA. Wild flowers of the neighborhood While the tuberculosis death Clerk of the Circuit Court, other imprints or no imprints-takes
P anal Ala- hlm.-Royal Ar should be looked after and rat. has declined 41 per cent In Bradford: county. money away
ties. StarkVlO yards still supports Blanche
Ilia. none. Bulletin. taken care of. They make the Florida since 101?,, yet there were Alderman D. C. from Bradford county.

canum town: and wood look attractive L014 death from tuberculosis last NOTICE: Or APPMOATIO* FOR
U. II. $. SPORT BRIEFS!' Ben "Why-do you suppose. Ad- for the tourist and visitors. Someof ear, TAX IIUKU Look for the imprint and let those who solicit

something."-Can- the wild flower ar. buttercups There were three death ,In -- your patronage know that you favor those who get
a chance to say Notice l I. herebyflvrn. C. It
(By Gary Onr treet.) was created first?" daisies violets: golden rod. Bradford County which Indicate. Clark: holder of Ta. .r'tmt. No.: their printing done at home.

am to give himper's lllle and many others.. Most ofthese hat: there are at least 27 person*, r. 3rd day of September A. D. 192S,
All the action of the game last Sam: "Oh. perhaps aa. filed said certificate In my offIce
p' Weekly. flower bloom In the spring It with this preventable disease.Tb .ind mad. application for tax deed to
day was crowded into the first when the gras and wood are best mean of preventing eeue thereon In accordance with

alt. with both teams completing add color to tuberculosl Is Public aw>. Bald certificate embrace* the
by good
Miss Myrtlce: (History teacher) green and this help a following deecrlbed. property atcu BRADFORD COUNTY
touchdown drive. The of tell ra. what the beauty of them.I Health Program, protecting every300 Ued In Bradford County Florida, to.
alt was a mediocre affair* how- "Can any Stark. would look more especially children from infection witiLots
the Tower of Pisa lean i 1'. 11. 1J of Block 1, PIn..
'er.! the ball stayed In Alachua'sIrrltory makes don't know. or I'd attractive If some of too wed and maintaining adequate burst Development Beet... 2t Town.. TELEGRAPH
14 hazel: "I ehlp 6, South Ranee 22 Kaat.-
most of the time. myself. were cut down along the sidewalks health standard In th. commun The ......"'.nt of naIl property

take some and street and live these wildflowers ity. Tubereulo' Christmas Seal under the paid certificate. laeueuTwa* STARKE, FLA. ,.

The shaken w;predicted came took a chance to grow for they fetch go on tale ''TbanlrBlllna'J I* *h* name of Unk no wo. '
"So Unleee aald
Moore: certificate halt be -
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fug for and should follow the ble-waiter, the bus-boy and the dltlons, which may not with reasonbe afer due allowance '--.. '- _

Bradford County Telegraph president's suggestion. Starke baggage-porters i of whom you expected to .improve any extent the fine epirlt of are lIIada| < I,
I From Other Pens I Telegraph. Quite right, to say will tip according to their station. until real estate is relieved of brotherhood thaI. "nt arll" u,
!I", Established 1877 nothing of being thankful' for re- But this will only be an Introduc- an unjust and unreasonable share the last analysis ,,; ; Into it

1," .. .-- ... ... ... --- cent Democratic political victories tion to the game. In the hotels, of taxation. With a reasonable tax business. "ot a Drel!
Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class Slogan of Plant City Wauchula, -....Bronson Journal. you will have the pleasure of tip- rate there would soon be a de- What does th* whole)
" Starke and Lawtey: "Everything I --o-- ping the head-porter the hallporter mand for real estate and condi- of relief work proSla
r', Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida la 'berry' well."-Times-Union. Uncle Sam 4s scrapping some of the chambermaid, the bellhops tions would improve almost Immediately Simply, that our mean, n'wa)
his battleships according to naval mall-clerk, the elevatormen regardless of what gen- proved itself hl tvllitutloa b
E. Matthews, __________, ______ ___ Owner and Publisher ---o--- the be. This to t terri0ly
: I If Every community hal a few reduction program and one of the the door-pushers and the eral conditions might fectlve-somevher, tl \ t
f< J. C. Robinson n-___ _. _______.._________ Managing Editor leading citizens whose greatness main lessons he will learn about gorgeously uniformed taxiopener. seems! to be generally accepted. the richest count, In, tb' Ib
If he the Most of the tax on real estate Is wor,
- -- - --- --- -- -- consisted l In sitting tight while others the scrapping proposition To assuage your hunger In the country thai his more
11N1 sunsci1 PTIONltAT built a''town around them.- ever needs battle-wagons in a hurry dining-room you will have to fIg- due to requirements for Interestand alres than any other, IIIl1l1a'OllntlJ
nuffalo News. is that it is easier to scrap thanto ure on tips to the table-waiter the sinking fund on bond Issues earth, the eounm '
Yearly. $1.50; Six !Months!' 75c-Payable In Advance -- -o- build.: :""- Starke Telegraph. wine-man, the coffee-waiter and which were voted during the hec- only recently about. the ta bo lit

,\ Advertising Rates on Application Ocala Star refers to pollctlclans Which is all( along through life + the hat-snatcher. By this time you tic boom days, when practically abolition of POVHH,, ,, I?""*
"-"., = . -- ,- . ... as wind jammers: Bradford And Is one of the main reasons for I will have become to tipsy with everybody was walking on air. utterly I unable .? provide'?' ? lbo
t, County Telegraph. Or would you scrapping the battleships, for war tipping, you will have forgottenthat Nearly all the bond Issues were for millions of Its .llltell rot
'" Strawberries are coming in. way treasury-Jammers? Crescent Is the greatest scrapper of all. and the amendments at home had improved highways. chance to earn a living! s-Ill
0 City Journal. can least be afforded most times. ever reached to the number eighteen At the last session of the legislature Giving a hungry man
-Bronson Journal 'em. it was proposed that the a bow, ,'
And you can't dodge soup and a ,
-o---" cup of ,
Florida politics are going to warm up before 1982. ir.MB l a "
South Americana don't suffer In -0- They're too Ingenious. Like the state takeover the road bond issues thing. It Is Ilk.*.*'
silence when times get hard. They I>Defining a KltM. bell-hop In a Berlin hotel fre- diverting enough of the state send coal to family sort thai tine'
? < ; : Wisbead. quented by American. The Ameri- gas tax: to pay interest and provide afford, to buy r.aOn
rid overthrow the government and (Anonymous ) any and to
should itself of the toll bridge pros
Florida can had Just piled Into bed aftera a sinking fund, thus relievingreal part-time
take the soft Jobs, Akron Bea- A kiss Is a peculiar' proposition; for men who
0--- conJournal.The Of no use to one hard day of rubbernecking, when estate of a tremendous burden been Idle. But iin-h thlnt h.'
1. there knock on the door. of taxation. A comprehensiveplan scratch the ., on,
0--- Yet absolute bliss to two. came a surfer What, ,:
Times-Union wants useless holidays abolished. Name a they
r Starke Telegraph-Bays !If it The small boy gets It for nothing, "What is It," he called. "A telegram to accomplish this was presented employed worker needs j i. a ,0i'a
,ro:;, .Lew. la all right to make. a kicking The young man has to steal it, meln Herr," answered the but was never carried thru real Job. full tlm ;uid
0 brand of grape juice, why not The old man has to buy it; I voice from without. "Shove it under as outlined.So carrying with It the o1HKuranra
{ kicking corn JulceT Because corn The lover's privilege the door," directed the tired far as we have seen no plan It is going to last as long
Synthetic blondes are like synthetic liquor-home col- !mice kicks too hard., Times- The baby's right guest. "1 kennot, meln, Herr? returned that will actually accomplish the does b's! work decently as 1.I,
ored. Union. The hypocrite's mask and I the voice "de telegram las desired result out lde, the one're- ,That., of course IH elementary
_u__ ___ The married man's- duty. on a tray."-Heavy Stuff \ fererd to has come to light,, although But It needs to be sum.( and to i!
'Jr'0- I.
,Year alto/ Borne 'prominent To a married woman. Hope; ------o- many schemes have been repeated over and OVer,
: ., As one paper 'puts "it, puppy love is the beginning of a American 'said "Taxes which are To a young,1(4rl. Faith, and Could You? advanced. A sales tax has been Fort it Is not we are too apt agan i',

'r dog's life. Imperceptibly paid are more dan- To an old maid Charity t I Redwood (Minn.) Gazette proposed and the tax commission get selt-satlsfled, and forget theour
k. gerous than other" The present -o--- Getting out a newspaper is a 'has b'ben looking for new sources whole economic machine nee]
0 trouble Is that most of our taxes It the voters approve the amend- I fascinating task, but It is also a of revenue, but any new tax would a bit of overhauling.

The season of guessing whether a gun Is loaded opened are perceptibly UNPAID.-Moore ment to do away with aU taxes on difficult one. No other job that merely be a makeshift and add to Probably It will be nereBsnry ;fo
;. last. week. Haven Democrat. automobiles except the license comes to mind is quite so taxlng- the general burden which wouldbe this relief work to contlnu,
,- 0 plate fee. wlll-l the cost of the latter so hurried or demands greater passed on to the small property through most of the winter, Wh<
,0 i lie had just stolen a hurried be boosted so we will still pay pains. From the moment a news- owner in one,way or another. Al- spring comes, most of 1t can b
A f Stop the sale of game fish and a big step toward con- clsa. "Don't you know any better as much tax ,on the old bus as paper Is started, be It either weekly most everything imaginable is already discontinued, as there will be

'. servation will be made. ban that?" she demanded Indig ever?-Avon Park/ Times.. Therein or daily the work Is carried on taxed, and there Is no need revival of business. But the fui
nantly. "Sure!" he,' replied. "But nothing in the amendment rob- under pressure, a race against for a sales tax: or ,a tax on IntangIbles damental problem will be Just
: o they take more time.- American bin t g the legislature Its time. Put yourself in an edl or'* 'or anything else bad then as It Is now
It may be only a rumor but the talkies are credited with Legion Weekly. power to fix: the license cost as osltlon--could you do ItT The gasoline tax Is sufficient for Just what the solution may be

starting the revolution Lo Brazil. -0---: It sees fit This Is the joke In Could you for example, spell the purpose, we'vegot plenty of a puzzling question. The imp\,
"h Lest you forget-It's time to the amendment. In all probabilIty correctly, offhand, the names of a roads for all present needs and tant thing, however Is to remer
o start on that Christmas list. an effort will be made in 1931to large percentage of the residents there is no reason why It should her that it la a question that Ito
Jacksonville traffic club has held its annual dance. Pedes- Bradford County Telegraph. Manya increase the cost of license tagsto of this city It you,could do that, not be used to retire the county be answered. All of our reh

;, trians do their dancing avoiding the traffic.I' family Is going to %tjoy) that nice offset the Ions of revenue occasioned could you write their initials cor- bondexcept politics. work Is only a temporary ept
I'', shiny new'auto tag for Christ byitbe' prohibition ,of the rectly without resorting to the Despite politics we believe that lent.
mas this year.-Perry News ad valorem propertyitox.! Green telephone directory other authority the next legislature will be forcedto -0---- .
Ocala Star figures the country is still safe as long as fill- '
-o Cove SpringsTimes, ? the conclusion that the gas tax FKOANSV.NTKI: )
ing stations outnumber miniature golf courses. _The strawberry is somewhat a -- o Could you write down the namesof offers the only practical solution,
o "praying plant A man gets Fort tarted the other your city officials, your local and that legislation designed along In the market for good peen
down his knees when he school officials the lines of that proposed at the Will best If ,
on goes lay on an authorized monthly Installment board your county pay price well drl
Tarpon Springs' only traffic problem is not the streets
on to set them and again when he plan for city tax pay your leading state and national of- last session will be enacted. and clear of traah and culls
:.' but the sidewalks, where checker players congregate. goes to pick them.-Times-Union. ments. The News-Tribune points flcals, getting all the names, InItials 11143t. N. D. Wnlnwrlg''

'r o And again when he goes'to sell out the chief difficulty In the system and offices correct? >'u HOHHOII,To lie I'rouil .
hem.-Starke Telegraph. And when it remarks: "It may Could you gather the threads of Tampa-N. V. Barley lea ee
Chipley News advises one not to be discouraged at what
how I Wauchula Adovate. tend to revolutionize the entire a story from half a dozen persons (Tallahassee Democrat) new Rivoli Theatre, Eleventh a>
you see in the looking'' glass, for the mirror might be wrong. 0- city budget, which is made up with and weave them Into an Intelli- nue and Fifteenth street, to (,

o A movement has been started in the expectation of payments being gent, readable account the first Football games are being play- mally dedicate theatre.
St. to bus and made In November ed for charity. Cities are registering Palatka Powell Brother i icelved"
> Some writer has said there is one law for the rich and Augustine place and April. Its writing 'their
I truck lines on the same basis as an experiment most cities would Could you write seven columns unemployed and urging ontract to construct IS
rI,, one for the poor, leaving about two million 'for the middle railroads Insofar as payment of not care to attempt, but it represents of material of 1200 or 1400 words householders to find odd jobs 020 bridge across Dunn's Crt

: class. taxes l Is concerned.Starke Tele-. a sincere: -effort: to increase each Intwo or three days, week wherever they can. New roadsare on State Highway No. :.1 I south
0 graph. Which is what should be the percentage of collections and after week, year after year, and being laid down and new here
I done any and everywhere.-Inverness -' enable property, holders to carry when you had finished those seven buildings are being built; factories -
Chain stores have accomplished one good thing for othergrocery are "staggering" their work- .
Chronicle. through a difficult time. When pound out two or three columns
w; stores-they are rapidly changing over to cash with -0- proper adjustments are made more before press time ing shifts, so that a given num- .
order Congressman Lex: Oreen is rapIdly there is no reason why it In writing a headline, could you ber of jobs can be made to go undersigned Notice la hereby Ha Sheriff given of Braitf that ,t
I gaining a reputation as the should not be worked successfully call to mind In a moment enough farther, and various communitychest County, Florida, tinder. nod' by vlr
, 0 of that certain execution iHtmed '
projects are getting under
ti 'speaking congressman. -TimesJnlon. -Miami Dally News. synonyms so that you would not of the Circuit Court Bradford Cm'
1 :Most prisoners sentenced to the electric chairobject to the lIe recently said in Lake --- -0- repeat the main thought in the way.Plainly tv. Florida, dated the ITIh dny
,;." wires used in the upholstery but Florida" has one who wants City that there was nothing he liked Only as parents and patrons same words the nation Is devoting Nov. A.wherein D. 1930 Hiram In thnt PreKuott certratine ,
,III to be seated. to do better. Of course aboveall come to realize in a more Intimate Could you judge In a minimum itself to the relief of the misery Plaintiff and Nu..n Warren I I"
fendant,, undersigned. has levied
'1'I he had rather not have oppo- way the problems of carrying on a of time what size headlines, and on by unemployment. If on and will .Hell to the hlKhent i
a IIIon.-Lake City Reporter. large educational institution can what position in the paper couldbe anything that might be done Is not bent bidder for rush on the ht1 t Bus companies want railroads to their trains at all ( being done, or at least attempted. of Dec. A. D., 1930, at tho Did Pr
stop -o- they apperclate the problems given to each of the 75 or more {.rvtt [Place) near Sampson City, HIda 1
highway crossings and advocate a law requiring such stopping Htllyard Wash.) News pointsout which confront those who have the stories that might go into your It .is hard to think what it couldbe. fy said, at eleven execution o'clock.and A.conU M..,to the.a'flowing
.t that while a girl may close her running of this institution under paper? described I pprnnnal prnpettnwlt
so. eyes when being kissed she won't their supervision. Education is Could you decide In a moment, Nevertheless, without in any : tie IngIn Bradford Com
y o while someone else Is.-Starke one of America's greatest Indus- or exercise "nap" judgment, on way criticising/ any of the relief Florida One half: of oranges One half
It will soon be time for the children to write their letters Telegraph. Nor her mouth after tries and It deals with a most val- the dozens of questions a newspa- measures that are being undertaken pecan. one half of potatoi-8, all
seeing someone else kissed. uable product, ,the graduates of Its per man must face dally and get a it would be a good thing if above being: on the old prOlepla..e
and corn aertil.
to Santa Claus, and there are a lot of grown-ups who would we could be made to understand 4 meat hours, (
Bronson Journal. schools and colleges.. In general, majority of them correct Maid above described pr
like to do the same thing. --o-- we feel that nothing is too good We won't tire you-but If you that we have no reason to feel especially ertjr. now being In the poa e..lun

1 o With such good training on fcr our children in so far as edu- could do these few simple things proud of ourselves for the undersigned. W. ;j, KPPERSoN.

Poland is becoming civilized. A bill has been drafted reQuiring stuffing ballot boxes: Tampa cation is concerned. To get the and a thousand and one more difficult these work No matter how splendidly Sheriff 11-22-21-11-28.Bradford County, Fluri
should be headquarters for a tur children to .realize this and the ones, you should be 'a. news- relief jobs are performed
every Pole between ten and sixty to bathe once a key-Bluffers' unlon.-r-Starke Tele- value of education is one of the paper editor. at the end ,we shall have done no

i month-whether needed or not. graph. We don't know about the major problems. the school es- The point we wish to make is more in than the very least we coulddo 666
o turkey part of It, but Tampa sure tablishments. When parents walk that one can produce a good decency.
does know how to stuff the ballot the halls and sit 'In' the class newspaper'only after continual For this whole relief' program U a doctor' Prescription for
Gasoline brings the manufacturers approximately five Is at best only a COLDS and HEADACHES
boxes. of stop-gap measure -
> Bronson Journal. rooms the institution which diligent study and 'years of prac-
cents a gallon-the remaining three-fourths of what the conSumer -o-. their children attend a step has tical experience. You have heard -something to tide us tempo-' It .. the most apeeilr remedy. I"""

,:,\ pays is for handling charges and taxes. When the wife starts figuringon been taken in the right direction dozens of persons remark that they L rarily over a sudden crIsis. Even flOO also In TablcM

G o the number of shopping days that'of giving them a fuller appreciation could turn out a newspaper, and a "r
I.' before Christmas hubby starts of just what this business good one, too, a bit better In fact,
a, Kelliher (Minn.) Forum says it is waist deep in November counting pay checks, for the per- of education constitutes. Plant than the one they are getting. That

; and nobody has had to get out their red flannels. -What tod.-Starke Telegraph. And why City Courier. is not true unless they have-gone --But First

r are red flannels and how are they used? not? There won't be any"shop -----o-- through the years and study thata
ping days for "Ma" If "Pa" don't Ik- Careful What You Say good, newspaper demands of Its
<: o get any pay checks.BronsonJournal. In speaking of a person's faults. makers.
Telephone poles, sign posts and all obstructions within Pray don't forget your own; Were It not for the peculiar fascination He Saved

'i'; fifty feet of the highway should be made of rubber, and rub-: -0 Remember those with. homes of associated with newspaper -
Aiother Baptist preacher from glass work there would be no newspapers -
ber should be used for beautification
purposes. west Florida has the governor'sbee Should seldom throw a stone; for there is ,,no greater d
0 in hie bonnet., This one, unlike If we have nothing else to do, taskmaster and money alone I I ;
Would it be unkind to suggest that President Hoover Catts, Is a negro republican But talk of those who sin, would be fare too scant compensation e Avwqi
lie halls from MarIanna and says 'Tl* better we commence at home. .
;, spoke on a pickle broadcast because his party is in somewhat
the: party hasn't treated his race And from that point begin.r --oWhat --
+, of a pickle\ ? Anyway we shall expect 57 new brands of pros- kindly enough In Florida. considering' We have no right to judge a man !
'{ perity. what the blacks have done Until he's fairly tried; To I)o?

... o for the party.- -Leeshurg. Commercial. Should we not like his company.We (Punta Gorda Herald.).
know the world Is wide; A state of complete bewilderment -
\ Dispatch from Los Angeles reports "high winds" sweep- ---o-- Some may have, faults-and who seems to characterize the

ing' several counties of California, "reaching a velocity of 80 Terrible charge brought against! has not? state of mind of the average citizen \

,.;, miles an hour" If Florida has a 40-mile wind it is called a a Texas candidate He plays the The old as ,well as young- when he begins to think about
'. .. ukelele. We know a Florida can- Perhaps we may for aught we and try to analyze'local and state _
hurricane. didate who plays the bolita. know, tax problems and the local 'and
0 Tampa Tribune. We know a lot of Have fifty to their one. state economic situation 'Whichare N

With one authority advising spending of money to regain Florida candidates who play the I'll tell you of a better plan. very closely related although 1
mouth organ. Green Cove You'll find it works full well; general conditions throughout the
and another to the
normality admonishing people spend'less
Springs. Times. Most all are experts Before of others'. tell. country have a considerable bear-
, public, as usual, will continue to follow its own inclination In the u e'of wind Instru And though than some I know ing on the latter and'the' quIrT, 1

T in the matter ments. My own shortcomings bid me let "what, are we going to do?" Is often -
tjf --u- The faults of others go. heard. in
What sitting
o a lucky
Its a long from here to Then let us all when guy
way we commence Indeed what are we going to do,
After being married for eighteen years a resident of San Chicago but two of our North unless the next legislature enacts 'the President's chair,! No luck at

Francisco is suing his wife for divorce on the grounds that Florida farmers are going there To surrender friend or 'foe, some legislation which, will relieve all. Just sound common sense.

she is 20 years older than he. Perhaps he has just reached with exhibits of' hogs to the International Think of the harm' one word woulddo the tax situation? When we referto He invested his ;money safely in a
live stock exhibition to the tax situation
we invariably
,I..' the age of discretion. b8> held November 29 to December ,To those we l little 'know, think of it as related almost solely Savings Account until he had

I 0'r 9. Harry T. Boyles of Clay county Remember, nurses., sometimes, tQ.. axes on real '-estate, which are enough to start his own business.

The 4-II Club exhibit here Saturday was evidence of the will enter Duroc-Jerseys and Ed- like J now so high, especially in most of Ben Franklin once said" Save and

i. value county demonstration agents are to a county. Money ward Gregory of Hamlltotn county Our chicken's"roost at home." the southern counties that most Have !" And he right.
III taking a fine drove of Hampshlres. Ponf'speak of,ojthera'' faults until people under present conditions wag
expended by county officials for county agents and home dem- .-Perry Herald we have none of our own cannot pay, and many who could

onstration work is well spent. ---o-- --James J. Boucher.o wilt\ not par although' In Char-
o President Hovoer has Issued his --o- lotte county a considerable reduc- BANK OF STARKEAN
/, Thanksgiving. proclamation urgIng you contemplate a trip to tion was made this year.
Among noted criminal cases found in the day's news the people to join In rejoicing; Europe. It would be wise ,when So high are taxes on real estateas

were those of a Chicago woman given two:'years. for stealing upon that date "because we have making out'your budget to figure to discourage Investment and HONOR ROLL BANKE.
suffered far less than other people aliberal, allowance* for tips.. On consequently- development along
pennies from children and an engaged jcouple in Denver sentenced -
from present world the boat, you will have the room- many lines, which largely accountsfor S. Matthews Pres. R. J. Davis, Cashier
\ to three months for kissing' in public. We have many things dlmeultJe..I' steward, the head-waiter the!? ta- local and states economic con- ,
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