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: December 5, 1930
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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iCommissioners Thinks Rates Are County Teachers ,E.HTAPLISHMENTAMKKICAdTLKfilO'V...M fSKICKH 4-H Members ASSESSOR WINS State To Sell I" yq yqs



: i :.J.I.. POST Annual I COURT DECISION Tax Lands Held t i t.

Warn gamest Out Of Reason Association To A great deal' of inlrnwt Stage

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halt been manifested In organizing -

: an American Leg Meet Saturday In This County'w' ,r
Fake Solicitors Meet Saturday ion Post for Bradford County The case of county commissioners ygy;'
Firm Point Out Why '
riiltaK and more' than ..O World of Baker county against; t. L. Mtet

Berries. Don't Soil Rhoden. tax assessor! was heard ,
-- War Veterans have shown a
Adklns at Starke Monday ('omptrun.rlItJ or1M' Publto r
Judge
denim. ,for a. Post here by Across a ,sun-drenched"' court by
finds, Being Asked for Hope Hall, F. W. Freeman secretary of the The Bradford County Teachers'Association registering their names In a house grounds. that was populatedby Male of Tu: Certificates After ,.

Abandoned( for Years. Wauchula Chamber of Commerce, will meet Saturday book provided, for that |>urPONO over three hundred visitors, The cane la that the tax, assessor First of January y4
at ten o'clock\ at the Rising -
morning with the requirements -
did not comply
has received a letter from A. Jacob at Corpenliig's Drug members of the 4-H Club of Brad-
school house. of the board In fixing values Comptroller Ernest Amos, In a ,
board of county comrolsIlonera and Company, Chicago which explains Stole., Before, going any further ford county, staged their annual '
The Call to order-Mr. L. H. Futch, W. Alderman .
on certain real estate and persona letter received by G. ,,
of Bradford county Florida In a measure why Florida in.organizing; all who achievement day on Saturday J ;
president, them as aboard clerk the board of county commissioners -
fixed by to
i in regular session Mon- strawberries are not as easy to sell are !nt.rcet<'d In his lMsst.| marking a-. day replete with enter- I property as

Iday. Dee. I. 1930. with all members In northern markets as those. from Devotional exercises.' h' led by'* Mr who.".have noX already done tainment instruction. and enJoy- I. of equalisers. Bradford county said S.s rs
C A. Crosby. The tax assessor defended his after January 1, he would author- kap
follows: J. G. other states. no, are nMtqeMMd to register ment.
as
| present How to Adopt Our Teaching; .to action and the court sustained him lie public sale of tax certificates:
chairman Drew Reddish, The letter says, In part: their ..nalDeoa'l't.b1s| book In I Arrangements were In charge of
Child-Dr. U. L. Lancaster. : 4
the In
Craws
In his contention In a decision ren- held by the .tat. on property
\\j L. Underbill O. W. Hlnson, and "With regard to rates we feel The of the SchoolIn order tluit.w May call .ponAmerican I Miss Pearl Jordan home demonstration -
Responsibility front which we county for nonpaymentof
dered Tuesday: Bradford *
that the express rates out of Louisiana J>glon Headquarters
and Mr'L. T. Dyer
| Osten.Minute. agent
R. T. Developing Character-Mr. E. "That for 1128
follows taxes
in part as : state and county
of last meeting were are not out Of way and the H. Collier. to."wnd-an-oegmnlier" to county ....nt. Club exhibits from duet H|
hel'e.Vetere they have vat tn any manner complied and previous years as provided by 1
I and adopted. Florida rates should be practicallythe establish sprout fourteen different clubs were
read Group meetings. Primary: Ad- with the law relative to flxfng : .s act of the legislature. '
Mr. L. W. Sowell and Mr. C. S. same. Inasmuch as the dis- vantages and Disadvantages of the ee who reside In adJoining crowded with the many lovely: $
assessments asset $
IfCalley' approved and asked for tance Is buf a very little farther. Recitation Method Miss Olive eovAttpev'wtMsre there products grown In Bradford c6un- or equalising The act recently held constitutional -
forth In section 839 of the compiled -
I widow's exemption for Mrs. 8. E. The freight rates we feel should Ray. Is no Port, who wo ldj b& in.terestmt ty. Propagation of a. superior by the state supreme court 5V$
Florida the
JKott and her assessment was reduced be in the neighborhood of not Advantages and Disadvantagesof lav Joining oar last quality or vegetable, fruits, and general laws of ,. provides that the tax: certificates >jb .
said board of county '
minutes of the /
| to 10000. over sixty-five cents on twenty- the Socialised Recitation-Miss here are. ".ullll'" register' canned: products. along with tile of An. I be sold to the high bidders with >

Mr. J. C. Box was placed back ,four pints and eighty-five cents on Jessie'Lee Dowllng. their staMMi also 'as tn flowers, 'sewing and other numerous commissioners especially that I authority for the purchasers to> HS

I on pauper roll at 14.00 per month.Mr. 'thirty-six pinta on a basis of about Advantages and Disadvantages would like,to organise. .with exhibits) of Bradford county gust 4, 130 falls to dow foreclose on property: represented i

Snap Brinson was placed onpadper four hundred and fifty to the car of the Project Method-Mrs. H. C. the largest,.possfcUe number was a topic much In evidence any action was taken bythem tue.relative '..- : by the certificates and ,that theyba

roll at S4.00 per month. "If you will refer to the gates Rltch. of members. "t." Ay the. visitors who actually tooka to raising or lowering* I !given indefeasible deads transferring &, #
required by law.. It the'count) I '
,,Tbe following bonds were approved which you gave us, you will note Discussion The beitefite (e* having$ JM. keen Interest in everything displayed commissioners should have followed absolute title to1 them* t t

: D. E. Knight notary public when you add on ninety dollars Intermediate: Advantages and American. Legion Poet In voicing the well earned law relative to their 'meet Briefly the taw makes: It. possible -.
the
; W. B. Bryan, constable district for refrigeration the charges are Disadvantages of the Recitation Bradford county are' manifold credit due members of the 4-H ings and actions as to equalisingthen "'for' certificate: holder' upon" t!,

No. 2, ,Bradford county Florida; absolutely unreasonable same being Method-Mr. W S, Sibley. -Included In ,&IIKf"work Clubs for the fiDe exhibits could force the tax .assessor foreclosure action as oa mort
they
R T. Osteen, county commissioner much more than the express Advantages and Disadvantagesof done by the, American Region. Miss Pearl Lattltte home demonstration to comply with their orders: gages'to'step: In and take'Utle to ,f+f r

district No. 5; O. W. Hlnson. rates on carlots. In order to; go the Socialized Method-Mrs. In BecurUtit. compensation agent of Duval county herein 'were property' If'' the state and county w e'cJ4'
of their meetings
[ county commissioner district No. out and buy these berries t Just Lottie RatUerson. anti Increases 1st rorapmHjwtlon did the Judging. of the. 4-H exhibit all Irregular and null and void."- taxes were not paid for 1928 or , ty,,

4, 0. W. Hlnson, county commls- Florida shippers, you can see Advantages and Disadvantagesof for tho ex members who *. any previous year, The law doe. IJ1

I loner district No. 2; .I, L. Under how much we would have to get a the Project Method-Mrs. T. P. are..''eVltltlcd.' to .same hoit- In the afternoon a program was Macclenny_*, Press.. . not apply to taxes due for 1929 on :iv!
commissioner, districtNo. crate in order to break even to ; hv{
r
bill, county for thoae Innod' 1930.
Maynard.
pltaliaetJea;
) given Inl, the court room. ',The CHILD KILLED IX AUTO (CIIAHI
3, J. M. Rosier, county commissioner say nothing about a little profit. Advantages and of to.th.tl
High School: 'Inert teat i,treatment opening: welcome by Mrs. L. A. Comptroller Amos' letter

district No.1 L. W. "Of course, we understand that Disadvantages of the Recitation and the full protection' to It.ntc.m..n..f Davis, of Starke was' responded Jacksonville, Dec. 1.--Dorothy county commissioners follows; .V",;

Sowell, bond trustee district No. last year was the first year that Method-Mr, L. H. Futch. all 1 gl iullon, to by Mrs. S. II, Dodd of Thereasa. Starling; 10-year-old daughter of '"The Supreme Court has upheld.t! Ipyk
W. E. Torode, bond trustee, berries were shipped out of Flor- '
5, Advantages and Disadvantages enacted" ,for the benefit ofiot't.orima. Haromon county commissioner E. Starlingof of i'' '
Brooks the
Mr J. Mr. and Mrs constitutionality Chapter 11 ; .t4,
.
ida In caslots, and the
No. 1 J. H. Bitch bond express
D.
district ; Method Mrs.
of the Socialized ,
i
'i'$
of Duval county gave a Sixty-Fourth and Southland 14572 Laws of Florida provldingfor
trustee, district No. 4; H. D. May, carriers have probably not had '
L. Blackburn. If )'011'hate not already very Interesting and encouraging streets Panama Park wan Instantly the sale of the tax certificates. &
time consider the rates
school board district No. to compared -
member other and Advantages and Disadvantages registered' do so at once. talk to the 4-H members tellingof killed and three sisters and her held by the state Issued In 1929. t 1:
James T. Moore member school to shipping points, Method-Mrll. T. T.
2 board; district No. 1; A. B Sur- the only way we will be able to get of Long the Project t some of the things accomplished. mother were Injured at 3:30: and previous years to the highest1 -
o'clock yesterday! afternoon when bidder.v
school board, district anywhere ia to continually keep j
?, member -
rear) Adjournment. Mr. Grime, county school su- their automobile turned over "Until these certificates, are, ':
No. 3; J. L. Peek notary public after the Interstate commerce com- adJourn- fr '?
Immediately following
mission. We feel that more can dinner'wlil be served to the Last Football perintendent made an inspiring' about three miles north of Max- foreclosed they are subject to redemption '

be done along this line from ment address. Miss Margaret Dodd of vllle on state road No 13, by the owner of.the land., .r '+ ,
your
O A.
Request received from teachers the of the RIs-
Thrower asking for reduction In end than from ours. We and oth- by people Therensa gave a very InterestIng jlerntre, 5. and Juatta)| 0, are After proceedings to foreclose are fl+" '

ing community. report on her poultry for the In the Diivul County .H / filed attorneys' fees and court
valuation on lands. SaFe was not er receivers will certainly be gladto Game Of Season I p'lIl-auf-!! ..
allowed. have you, .do everything and past year. ferlng from possible Internal .InJuries costs accrue in addition to penal- .;.\

The following resolution was anything you possibly can. PRHStt AHHOTIITIOV Miss! Vera ClaIre Robinson of ; Margaret 12* received ties. vd

adopted: "Thanking you very kindly and TO HOLD ('ON\'I NTIOX This AfternoonThe Starfce, explained the use and Im-I minor cuts and bruises about the "In order to allow property I..

"That Whereas, It Is reportedthat assuring you of our co-operation IN UNIVERSITY CITY portance ot the 4-II uniform. Miss I head and Mr Starling was'cut and owners opportunity to recover- 'J4j'. '

.certain men ara going jover .jji tha.,matter/!' -. ,, :. '. Robinson, was wearing the uniform bruised about the- upper part of 'their propertyCwIthout Incurring ,1, v

the state soliciting funds for Hope The letter was signed by T. A. The annualmeeting of the Miss. Doris Mead of Hampton -; his body Mrs. Starling} escaped this extra expense certificates will ,

Hall, which was at one time a Rlomee, for the A. Jacob and Com- Florida Press Association will be Tornadoes will close their wearing the garden overalls with minor bruises. not be put on sale until after the1

heritable farm located near The- pany. held at Gainesville next year Instead and carrying some of the green II Mrs. Starling who Is said by of first of the year. EverybodY' +

resaa, Bradford county Florida, A postscript In added which says of at Arcadia, Nate E. Reece Reason High School.here .today The Tornadoes with Webster expect vegetables. Rave a very Interesting I fleets' to have been driving suddenly should 'take advantage of this opportunity ',4 f, } 't sa

to Rive work to and to assist dIscharged that a Florida firm is filing claims president of the association an- summary of the garden work thatIs i lost control of the car andIt and redeem their property
to their :27-0 defeat
and released state con- against the express company thru nounced Friday. revenue; last being done In the county i left the road and overturned now or It is likely to be {lost," 'fl 1 l t
handed them week
that was to I ,
n
victs that they might get a new the interstate commerce commission The change was made said by the FernandIna Pirates Mr. Dyer county agent told of twice witnesses told investigating -4 w MMHMMM "& ,I

start In life; that the farm has in the neighborhood of fleece In response to a request The Tornadoes so far this his plans for the 4-H boys an- officers. IIOAIII RKMOVKH:: : { UROOKER '$.1:

been long since abandoned, and $250.00 per car on all express cars from the advisory board of the has had its record marred by'year two other year. The body of the child was viewed /BCIIOOL TUVHTEES { 1.1, +ri4W1l

has been sold for taxes; and the shipped out of Florida last year. If association asking that the 1931 defeats against three wins and The club exhibits were placed by a coroner's jury at the scene 1 .

Institution Is no longer In existence settlement' Is made on these It will convention bo held under thesponsonhlp five ties. according: to points as follows: of the accident under the directionof Board met Dec. 1, In regular 'r fir"

; evidently make a new rate on berries of the state university First Theressa Woman's Club. Lonnla Oliver Baldwin, acting session with all members present

'Therefore Be It Resolved, thatwe In the opinion of the above and the city of Gainesville. It was The probable lineup: Second Hellbronn for Judge Beard No arrests were Minutes read and approved.

the Board of County CommIssioners concern. generally understood that Arcadia WaInwrIght LE ..11 KxhllilU' made and there probably will be Superintendent Instructed to arrange 0 e -

do notify the general pub- The question of rates has long would get the convention .the followIng Moore LT Sewing: no inquest held, it was stated. The to house the pupils oC

lic throughout the state and else- been discussed but until Florida year. Graham LO Vera Lee Lewis Rising I Injured persons were given fIrst Hampton colored school in some

where that any contributions ask- produce Is hauled to market at Date for the convention has not Inman.. (C.) C Club.First aid treatment by Dr. W L Ilrln other building near the old school !K w',a,r ',;re Jv

ed for by any person or persons rates In comparison with other been set but it has been customary Brownlee RQ Ida Mae Lewis Rising son of Baldwin who ordered them building and to arrange with patrons r wJl q rr

soliciting such funds la a fraud In sections, this state will be seriously to hold the meetings In March on Matheny RT. .Club.Second, taken to the hospital 'ot that school to tear down I''

so far as Hope Hall Is concerned." handicapped, in the opinion of legislative. years. Sternberg jn Third Marguerite ,
On motion of Commissioner countless growers and shippers of RobInson1' :\ J QB Jacksonville, Dec. 2.-An inquest that could be used In construe- '0Y
Starka.
Hinson seconded by Commissioner Florida-Wauchula Advocate. YOUTH KILLED INCOLLAPHK Cox f" IIH Poultry! : .Into the death of Dorothy tlon of new building, same to com iA ,

Reddish the county Judge la H OF CANE: MILL Alvarez "iav> LII First. Margaret Dodd Theressa. Starling, 10 year old daughter of ply with the requirements for a, I

hereby put on notice by a unanimous MRS. l\URTII.\ Fl'TCIf .. Robinson E. S( 1\11., FB' Second. Eva Smith Graham. Mr. and Mrs. Brooks Starling, who Rosenwald School

vote, that any person applyIng XI'ln.H: : AT HAMPTON Grief-stricken relatives and o'J'hlrd. Edith Conner Vanderbilt waa killed In an automobile accident The length of time Sampson

for a warrant shall put up the - friends. sorrowing school mates MALL BLAZE MATURDAY Sunday afternoon, probablywill City pupils will attend Hampton '

cost in the case, Including sheriff's Death early Wednesday morn- and others saddened by the tragic Garden:: be held by Radwln officials: the School will be decided at the next %,

and witnesses and county judge's Ing, November 28th, claimed Mrs. death of J. 0. Crews, nine year old I Woodwork Igniting near the latter part of this week It was meeting of'the Board ;r..
Mead
First Dorothy' Hampton
PAM
costs, or else make affidavit of Insolvency Martha T. Futch mother of Chas. son of Mr. and Mrs. K. T. Crews fireplace In Sheriff EpperBan.tthomo announced yesterday The time Moved seconded and carried'' rc ,"
Second Elsie
Sapp New River
before the county judge A. Futch, well known tax collec- living west of Starke attended the on South Walnut street Saturday Third Ida ,Mae Lewis Rising. had not been set yesterday pend- that' J, H. Kelly and L. R. Waters ( '.: ,

except upon affidavit by the sheriff tor and treasurer of Starke. Mrs. funeral Saturday morning at Con- ing the outcome of Injuries sustained be and are hereby removed as, krdJ''
afternoon called the'fire .
of Bradford county, Florida; Futch passed\ away at the residence ner cemetery. Rev L. W, Kick- by ,Juanlta Starling sisterof trustees of Brooker school ; 41

and unless such request is compiled of her son L. H. Futch, In liter of Starke. conducted the trfkok to the scene. The flames COUNTY FORCES ,TO REPAIR the dead child who. also was Bills for the month were audit1, "

with the board of county Hampton after a brief illness rites,.unusually impressive due to were extinguished with slight ,'11KIDOKH Injured in the wreck ed and paid. yl>r r

commissioners will not approve for Mrs. Futch, who was the wife the number of children present damage. The department had Her condition was said to be No further business the board! ':f.t

payment any bills presented contrary of the late Kit Futcb was a very schoolmates of the deceased.! Flo- only two calls during the month of The board ot bond trustees of critical by County Hospital at- recessed until Dec. 22, 1930. ,:v ]

to the above request. active worker In the Methodist ral offerings and other features bespoke Bradford county, Florida, met De- taches.It A, J. Grime Secretary.TO .

There being no further business church of Hampton, and had en- the esteem in which the boy November. camber 2nd, In regular session waa at first thought that no' I .

the board adjourned until the next deared herself to many people who was held In the community in with the following members present Inquest would be held but discovery TAKE I'P MOMO.U1TO CO.VTROI .. u w f
.
regular meeting to be held the will be grieved to learn of her which he spent his brief life. }'}:'\TCRE WRITER: VIHITOHChan. : O Haynes.; J. H. hitch, W, E. of additional evidence In the vk

first Monday In January 1931. death. J. G. was almost Instantly killed Torode Upon motion Mr_Torode casa caused Baldwin officials to

O W. Alderman Clerk. She Is survived by three sons: Friday morning when a heavyeano 8.. Emerson special feature acted as chairman pro tern. call an Inquest, It was stated. The city council met December

--a .. I Charles A. Futcb, Starke; L. H. mill he wan feeding''toppled Minutes of the last meeting Funeral services. for, Dorothy 2u.l, In regular senalon with all
'
writer for the'Florida Times-
I 'of Hampton and R. 'V.I over on him the accident being were read and approved. were held at 11 o'clock yesterday members present
Itty.: W H. 8TOXKY Futch. Union was a visitor to Starke Saturday
caused when supports of the mill -
Futch of Doctor's Inlet, and one It was ordered that the necessary morning at Lawtey with Ilardage Minutes of"the' lust meetingwere we
WILL GIVE ADIWKSH: I and a caller at tha Tele-
daughter Mrs. Susan Hall, of pulled loose. A physician was forces be put to work to re- & Williams, local funeral directors read and approved. ..J!
I summoned to the scene but the graph office. Mr. Emerson is engaged ,
: Jacksonville. pair bridges where emergenciesexisted. In charge The clerk was Instructed to taker' ti
The education committee of the victim was beyond medical aid. in preparing matter for a ; ?
drainage with the
up proposition
held
I Funeral services were .
Woman's secured Rev. Citrus Edition: for the
Club has TimesUnion
Pallbearers! were selected from -
at 9:30 o'clock The routine bills were ordered JIKim.VO: Or UKOWKIIM: state road department 'if. "
W S. of St. Johns Thursday morning : to be issued the latter
of
Stoney rector among his boy friends, students at part '
The clerk also
-- was Instructed td.
Episcopal of Gainesville, at the Methodist church In Hampton the year, and Is the paid.The
church the Vanderbilt school. now getting
'
followed by burial In Dyal board adjourned. A meeting of members of ,the take up mosquito control matters,:!|< 4 r '
to education at last of his : and
give an address on Besides his parents he leaves copy advertising ''
Growers ,Association has been with the State Board of '
with the Rev K. M. lIe.1th.\
the of the Wom- cemetery matter in readiness \
regular meeting two brothers. Harold and DeWItt.
officiating. CATCH CAR called for Monday evening December Getting all the necessary Inform-'.;,
an'lI Club of Starke at 3 p.. m.. Montgomery and one sister Madeline, and MQt'Ort 1 jv
8th at the courthouse by lion along that line
DeWItt C. Jones company '
Wednesday Dec.. 10, 1930. Dr. The grandparents Mr. and Mrs J. O. President L. D. Oreen who Routine bills /\' rs
charge of the arrangement. were paid and the: r;,
Stoney is a very capable and Interesting I had -. Crews The sympathy of I he entire ) MERRY CHRISTMAS I Police Chief Alvarez Is la a Ford stresses the Importance of a full council adjourned (I.j,| ? 4 }

speaker and It Is hoped community goes out to the ( roadster and 40 gallons of liquor attendance of the membership to ''M

'that all the members who can will : fO-OPKRATIVK: : HOOl.K bereaved family. (Contributed.) r Following. a chase Sunday night consider a proposition made the 1Mrths. ,

avail themselves of 'the opportunity I 1":1.11T': IIKOOKFR: through town and out on the Keystone association for marketing of tha Mr and Mrs Luther J, Crlbbs.}tBtarke ''py
to hear hIm. CLOSING: OP M1ILH heights.. road. The negro h
: berry crop for this season Hour daughter Nov, 26th. ;
The education committee wishesto The farmers In the Brooker driver of the car deserted it when for the meeting has been set at Mr. arid Mrs Clyde Hall The-/y/!

have a book shower at the i community co-operated in loading North hard pressed and took to the 1:300'clock. ressa. son Nor, '28th. V tt9

meeting next Wednesday. All and selling a car of hogs on Tuesday Train No. 12, 2:50: p. enTrain woods and he has not been apprehended 0CIIRINTM.114 Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Altman '5"

members who have books to con this week. Mr. L. H. Lewis No. 2, 6:50: p. m. The driver left the highway 1\1.\11. Starke, daughter November 27th. $ .'

tribute to the club library please I of the State Marketing Bureau South when he found he would be Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ellerbi f

bring them. I graded and sold the bogs, aasiat- Train No. 11, 11:00 a. m. overtaken and drove full speed Susie and stickers on letters and Starke lIOn, Nov. 37th. 'I 4,

I ed by the county agent Mr. L. T. Train No.1. 6:50: p. m. through sheets of water pre the packages are permissible. from December Mr. and "'rB. Ed Moseley", High-a faj

Dyer. There were 119 hogs sold, Htarke A Bell Branch side roads. Ha was overtaken first 1930. to January let land, daughter. Nov 30th. ?. .
W. O. W. KLECTIOVAnnual : .r
I bringing $889.40 net. to the farm- Mall closes, 7:00: a. m. when he endeavored to get backto 1931.. but should not ba- placed Mr. and Mrs. Barney Smith)1

Mail arrl".., 2:40 p. m. m the highway. State tag head- jo the address side of mall. Starke
for ers. son, Dec 1st.Mr. .
officers (
1 i"al, camp election Woodmen of of the World ThU. Is a beginning of the cooperative - : 1193j\ ; quarters. In Tallah&ssee advisedthe Letters and packages for foreign and Mrs J, O. Daniel.X!,! ? rd
which Mr. -No Sunday service. > ( police/that the tag number on
sale of hogs countries having such decorations Green Cove
will be the lodge : Springs, eon, Dec. 2n&'r;
held tonight at from Air mall and registers oa train HEALTH 'TO ;ALL the had been Issued
halt| All members are requested Dyer expects to assist with car to-J. C, on the address side are unmaIabl. Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Faulkner. t
12. I Brannen of Winter I1a..n" .
No.
to time. .. Jtarka
'o attend. J. W. Morgan; Clerk. time daughter Dec. /rd.

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BRADFORD COUNTY TKLEGRAPH. STAHKE. FIA I<"RWAY. DEClnfn
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--- ----- here this
-.- u, ..r three solid carloads of this tempting to diversion of motor taxes from was a business visitor giving here with relatives| '-..

vegetable were shipped from purposes of road construction and HAMPTON week 9Ui B. E. Rosier ana rohen:

11I1.. AJ. Mm... C.... Mrs. M. E. Manalre, spent several attended pale I
the
News of Florida In Short Paragraphs Dade City, In addition to many payment of county and,special distrIct Union lDeetlOI,
days this week by the bedsideof Block Creek al
small express shipments. Several road bonds Frlda: end
other cars of eggplant went north -- Mrs. I. J. Priest, who has been her daughter, Mrs Nona Jones, Thurston Raines Saturday

earlier in the season. In addition Tampa An unidentified woman the guest Emery Perry and familyof who is very 111 at GUI's Hospital' was visiting his ')1 MadISon,

to eggplant, okra, sweet potatoes about 30 :years old was burnedto Melrose\ returned to her home In Starke. lie Rosier Wedn cousin Mrs Srhef I,

r LIVE STATE NEWS : and beans are being mar- death and another!: was so and reported a .8cla) evening
here last Monday, TI M. Hagan was a Business visitor l- last 01
-week.
keted from farms In the Dade City badly burned she, is not expected'
pleasant visit. to Starke last Monday.Mrs. .
Mrs. Cohen
territory to live, in a fire here tonight that Peel' gpen, lei
destroyed their one-story dwell Mrs. E. E.Hardln and children P_ B. Hunt Is, visiting in days last week with her L a !

discovered of Jacksonville visited M. L. Wat- Valdosta, Ga., this week Mr and Mrs. PareDtl
Key West Just ten days after ing. The fire was Ury Reddish
:
TOLD BY OUR EXCHANGES terson and family last Sunday Mr. Packham one of Bradford teroak. at Wa
I the work was started the last shortly before 11 oclock by neighbors -

, I . -,-q mile of the 31 miles of telephone after the house was ablaze on Mrs. Vonda Inman of Starke, counties successful farmers and loUs! Murrhee Raines or
.. - Pillett\l
-
\
-- -- - wires connecting Key West with on all sides. Firemen did not discover was a I btislnecu visitor here this truck growers brought nine quartsof Is Visiting her cousin Mr

$ Ocala New building and repairs Tampa Records kept by the Dig Pine Key was connected up. the victims until the blaze week beautiful ripe strawberries to lie Roster ahs

Mercants Association show, business Mrs. J. C. Dubose of Vero Beach town Monday and sold them to C. Mr and Mrs.
# in Ocala and Marlon county Tampa Lateral lines are to be run to had been extinguished and they Leslie McCJelJ1II

4 i of the aggregates that 237 families of 711 persons,: places on Big Pine, Pirates. were walking through the ruins. who has been visiting friends and A. Burling at 50c a pint. spent- Thanksgiving With her
first
year
since the I and three foreign' Cove Fishing Camp and Raymond They were attracted by meanings relatives here returned to her Rev. F. M. Taylor and family eats, Mr. and Mrs Futch hr.
from 35 states
Vl I more than $339,600. located In Tampa Key. When these are completeand from what bad been a back room home last Sunday and was accompanied have Just returned to their home Law ley. near
countries, have
made |, by her mother Mrs. David after a visit with friends and relatives Louise Rosier
connections dead
during the the present month! all are and! found the older woman spent FrIday aDd

I Daytona Beach Early reservations During the same period, 29 fami- these points will have telephone and another woman about thirty- Jones In Tampa. ,, Saturday In Madison with M.! .

for hotel accommadatlons lies, of 87 persons, moved away service with every point In the five years old, badly burned. Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Simmons of lives

t '' here during the winter are considerably from the city, United States.Gainesville Neighbors did not know the wom- Petersburg. Va., visited Mrs. Sim J. Q. Rosier and Leslie McCM,

; in advance of past sea en and said they had moved into mons' mother Mrs. P. B. Hunt. EVERGREEN Ian were visitors to StarkE Sain

Bone.I A village has \ The Florida Ag- I the house, in a sparsely settled They" returned to their home by day.
Pensacola new .
sprung up on the Naval Station ricultural Experiment Station says I neighborhood, only a few days way of Valdosta, Ga., where they Mr F. A. nosier. CoraMr Mrs. J. T. Raines of Macli,,..,

, Milton The first annual meetIng Highway, on the north shore of It Is possible to have green luxur- ago. will visit Mrs. Simmons' sister, spent the week-end here win, her

s' of the new West Florida the ious lawns all winter in Floridaby Mrs. P. C. Sasser. and Mrs. W. L. Armstrong granddaughter, Mrs Schell'e!
Bayou Grande, and at present Rill
I yf Teachers' Association drew 640 time 66 homes are planned. Probably simply sowing a little Italian Panana City Wm. Ralgner Rev. Montgomery of Waldo will and children, of Dover, Miss ler.E.

ti teachers and school officials at Mil half of these will be ready for rye grass on the regular lawn Just and J. II. Newton opened used preach at the Methodist church I Gladys Reynolds of Klsslmmee, W. Wilkinson of Lake Butiw

ton. occupancy before the last of this before It begins to turn brown In tire shop on First street. next Sunday morning and evening. and B. T. Walker of Seffner, spent attended Sunday school here Bun'

i' month,And practically all bf them the fall. Two or three pounds of Spuds Work started on buildIng Mrs Thomas Dyal ia visitingher Thanksgiving here with Mr. and day.

BlounUtown Calhoun coun I rye grass scattered on each 1000 state department constructioncamp daughter Mrs. Rogers of Jack- Mrs R. S. Roster Mr. and Mrs R, s. Rosier
before the first of the ;year. I were
' ty's fair gave Indisputable proof square feet of lawn about the mid- on local end of State Road sonville. Mrs. Maggie Forsyth and'chil- visiting Mr. and Mrs. Willie\ Red-

I f'' of Its splendid soil resources. It Tampa Thorough Investigation -i dle of October will not hurt the No. 47. R. W Kennedy of Jacksonville dren of Jacksonville spent Thanks- dish Sunday afternoon,

, s ? :1 proved an unquestioned success of red communistic activitiesIn old grass, but will be thick enou3h _

13" and everyone who aided in the occasion and near Tampa has been set to "keep the lawn nice and green -
deserves much credit. winter.
the
on foot by U. S. Tampa post, through

: u American Legion, as the result of -
i Fort Lauderdale Completion
r, 4 Jacksonville-The Florida pro-
Information to the effect that reds ,
of the Federal Aid highway from ducts exhibit sponsored at the .
have been and are now working .
C ,
Pompano to this city was marked Jacksonville Terminal Station for ", < P ;" '1.1"\{ ,

) by the placement of a movable actively, spreading and foreign propaganda resi- the past two seasons by the State ,.g' .' -
among negroes
steel span over Middle,river north Department of Agriculture, thru "'
dents this section.
of
of Fort Lauderdale the cooperation of the City of ': tel\ ,, i AND a / '"..

Jacksonville and the Terminal .,,1 IJ w',"' .
Bagdad-A new crew of work- .J';"
Inverness'Long delayed action will be much larger ,: ,,< :
Company, on a r1"
i. men was put on by the big limber mrri: it .f '.\ r
? looking to completion of the mill repairing thecompany's scale than heretofore It was an- >', "I :'of"" I"'W."' .

ti, bridge and stretch of unpaved company nounced by J. A. Mackintosh of ,j ),1 ;_"" ;,,J >'
residences.
r, a ;, road between the Withlacoochee number: of.workmen thus Quite find em-a Tallahassee, State Department of- .' ,f :" .',',f"...:.....,,ti.

1 river and Inverness has been tak- ficial, who is supervising the construction l as ''fir r ,,t 4r
and this the
ployment, move on
en. of the display. r' ; f1f\t\:"
\ r '
part of the company inspires everyone '-"',
.F ., ....H" ..,'
as well as indicating that
Macclenny Teachers and pupils Jacksonville "It xls I only a "
'better limes are coming for that : :
are now using the new Mac- section. question of a comparatively short .- THE NEW --f. ,

_I, clenny high school building. It l is time before motor-boating to
' l most modernly built and equipped, Florida will\ become a popular "
' Pensacola After years of continuous -
and Is l a much-needed addition to pastime from all sections of the
effort Senator Duncan U.
the rapidly growing school of this country," said Herbert M. Corse,
Fletcher, with the co-operative,
district. chairman, of die Florida State V
CHEVROLET
asxlstunce: of the Pensacola Chamber SIX
Chamber of Commerce waterways
{ of Commerce, succeeded in ,
,, Ruatls Contract ban. been committee "This l Is going to be .+
having the board of engineers and
I awarded by the, Kuntls Woman's made possible because waterway V 'all I
the chief of Army engineers recommended -
Club for the erection of a build- development being carried on ''', ,', ,
to Congress, and adopted -
ing, representing a cost of approx- along the Atlantic* and Gulf coasts ,
by Congress for the
a prospect
imately $12,000, construction to which will\ allow snfall crafts to j'h

be begin completed at once within and the three building months.to construction waterway with of Mexico the Int.<
-

Winter ,Haven--- The depart- Truck Quincy Growers-- Tho Association Gadsden county thru Tampa Frank P. Hill\ a Tampa I -a o;masterpscv of Fit Isel' styli'-J

ment of Game and Fresh Water druggist, was acquitted In federal -
Its committee consisting l of W. II.
Fish of the state of Florida. has court today on a charge of
Maxwell and Fount H. May, is
y announced that a contract has recently Belling eight ounces of alcohol and ,
been let and construction : preparing a program of crop diversification water to Russell\ Grovesplke, a Ill the entire(field of modern, .r. a new Individuality--
features for the '
begun on Improvements at the' government informer. Hill\ admitted -:
'spring, to be considered and discussed coachcrufl no symbol has riors too, are exceptional income
Lake bass hatchery south of
Kngle I selling the alcohol last August
at the next meeting of this
r Winter Haven. but said Grove plke had pos, to mean more to the every way. The new mohair
1 organization, and thereafter to be I '
ed as a disabled war veteran on his ,
t, definite' submitted to the farmers of this buyer of a motor car than y ? and broadcloth upholsteryia
Jacksonville As the way to a government hospital and

j sign that Florida's winter season county for their consideration pleaded for a stimulant After the, Body by Fisher And never tailored with exceptional

1 I" officially under way, John D. sale federal men raided the store !' "
"' Tampa--, S. McIIrlde, negro hast Fisher's superiority n 7 smartness. Seats are wider
Rockefeller of the world's
one and seized Hill's\ supply of alcohol,

Y! best known men and a Florida convicted preacher of In Tarpon the court Springs of crimes, was five quarts. The Jury was out been more strikingly' exemplified : s r: t !i''Fi! i'n and deeper and more luxuriously -

winter resident for more than a 13 minutes.
? quarter of a century, will reach 'hero today on two charges of than iii the beauti- cushioned. deeper
fraudulent sale of examination
the state next Saturday morning. Orlando A program that Is ful new bodies of the Digger windshield and wider windows -
questions to negro school teach-
t ers last September Judge Marlon expected to appeal to the education and Better Chevrolet Six! : ,u.uR'a'il! give better vision for
Lake Helen: trees are
-- Papaya mind of Florida has been

being successfully grown in this W. Itendiy' withheld sentence prepared by officials here and In I both driver and passengers.

city by otllzeriM who first started pendliig hearing on a new trial other sections of the state for presentation Working with the added And beautiful
hardware
motion. The conviction carries a new -
f an experiment The the FlorIda
planting ap at forthcoming
penalty of one year and a $500 advantage of a lengthened
papaya or tree melon, as It sometimes education Association convention of modern design,
A', ? called is tropical fruit fine Fisher designersfront .In.f th. "... CHmroUt Sport Coup .
_ _ It a here November 27-29. Interest wheelbase I 1 lends a final note of charm.
4 grown; extensively In Cuba and In the convention has been ,
Perry-The long wished' for actual hate been able to achieve in the Chev '
!>* Southern Florida: aroused throughout Florida, It new Many mechanical improvements have also

Announcement 'Is highway construction No. 6-A, from work the on Taylor state halt been learned by Orlando .j ,rolet a degree of smartness! comfort: and been 'provided in the chassis) of this Digger
?> Quincy school officials and a record attendance -:
county line to Mayo, distance ofsomething Irapressivenesa hitherto considered
I 6 and 6 a exclusive
mad that on December a of teachers, principalsand and Better Six. Among these are a stronger
t< poultry school will be held at they over thirteen miles county school superintendents to cars far higher ip price.

court house in Quincy at which now seems to be a possibility of Is anticipated frame| easier steering; a more durable

!;+ time there will be lectures and the very near future. Some weeks -
Inside and out, scores of refinements clutchasmoothertransmiselonandengine
of the ago the state highway departmentlet stamp
t demonstrations by some Daytona Beach Six: recom-

most prominent poultry specialists a contract to the McDonald mendations to the state legislature this car as a masterpiece of modern coach- refinements which make the new Chevrolet

of the elate.OcalaThe. Construction Company of the city for next made
passage year were
of Lakeland, for the surfacing! of by state and national representatives work. Radiator, headlamps* and tie-bar are a car you will be happy to drive-as well
this. section. The contract price
first tourist advertising la 1109.820.08. of the American Automobile artistically grouped to create au unusually as proud to own.

campaign ever placed In association' meeting here today. attractive enaentble.

northern publications for Ocala The recommendations were: A Mouldings The Digger and netter Chevrolet Six

and Marlon county will start December Gainesville Railroad freight driver's license law with a mini- sweep back in a graceful, unbroken (ia
traffic on the Seaboard Air Line now on display In our showrooms'
7, In a group of twelve mum age of 14; provision for a '
newspapers In ten keycities. The was tied up to'r several hours near state highway patrol; an act reQuiring line to blend with the smart new See it. Drive it I Learn for yourself

circulation of the papers aggregates Waldo Saturday morning when a officers to wear uniforms body contours. And new colors lend
that it is the Great
American'J" luel
6.048.000, gondola car in the middle of a while
enforcing motor laws; the
long train was derailed. Little A. A, A. responsibility act enforced -

Beach The King of damage resulted. Members of In other states In lieu
Daytona of a compulsory
British automobile speed drivers the train' crew and section hands liability law; regulation of ) ) AT NEW LOW PRICES cc ((

Captain Malcolm Campbell, has unloaded the heavily laden car and hitch-hiking; and reduction of mo- '

asked the .American Automobile placed the, trucks on' the track tor vehicle taxes and opposition The $510 The $545 Sport Coupe

association's contest board for again without the aid of wrecking Phateon ---------___ Coach ___________ with rumble seat ___. $575
permission to make another assault equipment.

early next year at Daytona The $475 Standard $535 Standard $635

Beach on the record. Tampa-Makers of home brew Roadster __________ Coupe ______________ Sedan ______________
for personal consumption will be
prosecuted on the same terms as Sport Roadster $495 Standard Five. $545 Special
5 Avon Park Rebuilding of the $650
r, telephone plant In the southern bootleggers In United States court with rumble seat __-.__ Window Coupe ______ Sedan ______________

K part of the city during the coming here Federal Judge Akermari has

three months has announced yesterday : ruled. This was Judge Akerman's. SPECIAL EQUIPMENT EXTRA

by J, L. Defogal. managerfor answer to the ruling of another' Chevrolet Trucks from $355 to $695
federal district judge recently that
the Inter-County Telephone
All prices f. o. b. Flint Michigan
t Company. The job will cost approximately makers of'the home brew who did

7000. not sell it could not legally be re- *SIT'S \ w

u tained if none of the contrabandwas "Smoky" The Fire ,

Quincy-The fifth carload of sold. .

hogs sold on the Quincy marketby Prei-ention Clown
i St. Petersburg Hester Smith,
the Gadsden County Swine
"Soak," U.r, a.,,.... __ ...
pt Growers Association at a price of negro woman held for murder, _.,... _I... .... I.._ by _
''M{ 7 1-2 cents. The buyers were bargained with police today.. "I ......l rklMm i......_....w..,.

it '+ Robinson & Reynolds, Donaldson fess I done killed him." she told d.--l>-one k --.... pr..an| ... ..k, tin -
WISH
TO CHOOSE A SIX
detectives speaking of the late
vllle. Ga., shipment being made to
.** *
S- kf" I i. nhl.MYes.' fc
John Munerlyn who died with a f *
.
,
Moultrie. .
kas .1..k es r.t an..d ...
i knife In his back Friday night. I.r.r hi.. "awe," 10 d.ly kIs h.' .
1t "I'se done ready to fix everything: ...h.. ,.. .... Ie ..,...- ..
A real estate trans-
Midway Torode
__
I.t he 't Yoe ____ Chevrolet
actlon'of considerable size and Im- up all right. You all let me go and e..... ..d .,.k __ p.. p. CompanyStarke
was closed recently, 1'1pay\ for his funeral." Her case ttut ...il>< pmmiMi red! II..MT h*
portance .. .
M f ... .
p.'a. a.
v, | .1**>
t, whoa Bluchet Blair, of Quincy, will be one of the few investigated r rm.

1 and I,. A. Harrison of Midway, by the grand Jury Monday. HAROLD C. WALLINSURANCE

'' purchased 192 acres of cleared -

land on the Old Spanish Trail two Dade City This season ranks FloridaI'

miles west of Quincy from W. T. well with the'leaders In the pro- rx
1 Mostly. duction of eggplant. Last week STARKE, FLORIDA ,

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!t3Uxir:! ==--FARM- NEWS SECTION DAIRYINGS Ford Shows Faith in Future I by f 't-tfI


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1a1'lOb World Wide Construction Program ,t :

Conducted By Dr. L IX LeGerttr. Y.L I .
h sate ............ L .
. Dr. LeCcar I* a i guinea of On., ...." '
or PEARL JORDAN, Home Demonstration Agent Yeterln.gCdlege,1tk92.TbJriydghty< e.ta of { ' . -''''''_ ..," -,
HISS veterinary _. Eminent authority JlsnasKiraJUInc and ''' .... 'h ;;; "", " -, ":*:!II.-/ *"" ,1- ">" ""'. "7*;!3rrr\!)
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of dairy cow, other livestock and poultry. NattonsJIy ." :U'" : .',,". .. .1 a t
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known lecturer ;'J,:.., t ; -
writer and author.Article W.. iUEQOK FAVORABLE FOR HOG '>: t "" P .
XVI a minimum amount of milk is to ,. ,. .--' "
H! I
-- give I the calf a good start on milk; ,' t
btJ tilt RftffilCTIQN. EXTENSION }MEN\ SAY KL1MI.VTITIIK: :MILK and then' jump immediately to :" ).: .i'rf ; ..' :

IN RAISING (',\1.\1'-: grains and roughage. \Many experiment .,' '# ''n \1. -> .Jt.! liRtJ
---- -- -- ,
LI' - - - -- - - ----- -- - '
have been tried and are
11&11 -
are - J I't'I"n-c1 Meals .\...* Now Being being tried, to find out just when ': ; ..Wtr

''t'r' I laln-svllle, Fla. (Hogs are I! Sweet Pickling Hub..tltntf'd With Goal NUO'l'HM the change over should take pla'eand { , I ..r''!. t' ,,! *, .....if4 .mIjr I '
in the \
,.n a favorable position I After the First Few Weeks. how. 11, 1.p.! u &;!: "'- :
; ,
.
Issued by Ii .
outlook Just t.'r:;
,
,
and il hog i For instance some breeders Aywe
Proves .
Florida Agricultural Exten- I BestVay "To get good cows, raise 'em," .... '((11"j. . ""! '."
ela. a recommend feeding whole milk ... ). , ,. "', p1rw. 'J.r"'a., 1"'
,a gi -v' 3. The outlook was teed 1 la an, expression often heard for three weeks and skim milk > ..f q,...... '.I'r " : -- -- ' _. ::._. >>", :.,.,.i :_ :... '
after members of the Eco- Home Cure Meat among dairymen. That being for five weeks, before going Into -

let.ur. sire Department gathered the true, the next question Is how the grain and hay diet. That la a

\\8, about Florida conditions, and Gainesville\ Fla. The brineor to raise' them. In my preceding pretty !short! perlol In my opinion
,(IQ. were In conference at Atlanta'h sweet pickle method for curing article I showed that calves ran although a ra+'ser of Holstelim tells
her similar departments of other meat has consistently given better be successfully raised on skim me he bas fl'11170 pounds of whole
Los.ter. ,,??. the Federal Farm Doard, results than the dry curing meth- milk and that If the proper method milk and around 700 pounds of
d the United States Department od in test at the Florida Experiment of feeding was used., the skim- !skim! milk during (the first two
I Agriculture. Station, according to Dr. A. milk cow would compete' with her months and switched to grain and
'Ub. Sine 1928, hog production has L. Shealy head of the Animal sinter who ran with the mother roughage with success. In all
creased less than 2 percent In Husbandry Department as a calf In every particular. cases changes in feed should be
,ere loilda, has made a slight gain In To produce good sugar cured It l Is estimated abQut half of every made gradually. >.
led. Oahoma, but has shown consldble hams the hog should be slaughtered hundred dairy calves come There are those who believe
decline In all other states. in the proper manner. It from cows where the milk is soldas that no substitute for whole milkis I
Scarcity of corn may result in should be well bled preferably whole milk. The problem practicable. Therefore theystart 1 1I I
|e marketing of a larger than without: stunning. The animal therefore Is how to raise the with whole milk and grad-
ual proportion of lightweight should be scalded immediately in calves with the minimum amountof ually dilute it with water. One
id under-finished hogs during water that is between 143 to 155 milk. When you cbnslder thata proportion recommended l I. three
e next- several months. Thus degrees F. If the water is too calf will consume around 50 gal- parts of while milk to one part of 1 .
e large price for heavy hogs hot the hair will set and be diffi- lons of whole milk a month you water after the first month, to .a jiVr
I3y be expected to continue.Tia'ler cult to remove. can soon figure out what It costs be continued until the calf'is eat- I.
numbers and lighter As soon as the carcass is cleanedit to board that calf for the first six: ing a sufficient quantity of grain m 4p {f +a

Tights Indicate that- the. pork. and: should be cut open and the Internal months or until weaning time. and hay. The success of this y {
rd production from the inspect I organs removed. Then the The nation has been absorbedfor plan rests upon the ability of the
b slaughtered, during the coming dressed carcass should be cut Into years In various experimentsto herd owner to get the calves
tar will be about 8 to 10 percent shoulders loins, sides or mid- find a substitute for milk In started early on grain and hay *',
u than last, when over 42 mils dlings, and hams. calf-raising. Improvements are and then see that they eat It in
bead were slaughtered.Storage As soon as each piece Is cut it being made right along. Both the equal amounts.
supplies of pork on Oc- should be covered with a thin lay- commercial and home-mixed calf- Powdered skim milk Is also
ber 1 this year were about 25 er of salt. If the meat Is not to meals are now quite satisfactorilyused. used for feeding calve It is dissolved -
-rcent less than last and about be put in cold storage it shouldbe The problem of course Is to In warm water and fed immediately i

percent less than the average kept over night In the coldest produce a food that Is easily dl- It may be alternatedwith --- ----"-_. -_- .' K
r the last five year Lard place on the farm, and then plac- gestlbTe, that has a chemical con-I skim milk on farms where =./ v:" .

ock were 61 percent smaller ed in the pickling mixture. If tent similar to milk and the nec- the supply of skim milk varies.. {*** Top-The Ford plant .t Edgewater, N. J.. opposite New York City. C.nter-Th. new pl.nt.t ':1"1'1
an October. 1929. and 48 per-' cold storage is used the meat may essary vitamlnes and proteins. The powered milk keeps well and :Jtjfi>_ Long Beach Cal' Bottom-A model of the plant being built at Dagenham England. n : : I

nt smaller than the five- be put in the pickling mixture at Some of the materials commonlyused Is easy to handle. The cost of --.....M'."_" ..... .
ar average. This decrease In once. Dr. Shealy recommendedcold are ground yellow corn, mid- II powdered milk to equal 100 d, ,
.rage of pork and lard is equlva- storage for most places in dlings, oat flakes or ground oats, pounds of skim milk is about half Ford Motot CuiuVnny's. \ 1;>n_ D ach. CwCIffM'a: This been acquired and plan for a plant)
nt to about 1 1-2 million hogs. Florida. i linseed meal and skim milk pow- what you can sell an equal amount THE In the future it business, plant, recently couVjil.t d t With more hogs in European The sweet pickling solution used. der.The of whole milk for, One pound of especially In the future of Southern California, has a capnrli/ ) A new manufacturing plant being *> '.;
luntrles, along with depressed at the station is made by mixing mixtures are prepared with powdered milk to nine pounds of the automobile Is evidenced by the of 400 cars a day. Operating at civ crated' at Dagenbam England; >*> ;,4
(millions, our foreign markets 14 pounds of salt 3 pounds of water or milk and fed In thje water, at a temperature of 100 fact that It Is spending more than paclty it employ 2,600 men. eighteen mile from London to supplant jj
til probably continue unfavor- brown sugar (or 3 pints of syrup) 1 shape of warm gruels. The proportion degrees Fahrenheit is about right. 100,000,000 for new plants and Improvements Edgewnter New Jersey The the present works at Man t{
>Ie! for another year, and possl- 3 ounces of saltpeter and 6 gal- I Is about one part of mealto Another substitute for milk Is In the United States Edgewater plant one of tbe com- chester will be completed next d..t''w/ ,
>' longer. lons of water in a tub or barrel. nine parts of water. The feed- whey from the cheese factory. and In foreign branches and associated pany's )largest assembly branches, year. It will be the largest automobile S"
Hog prices for the crop year The meat Is packed with the skin ing schedule for a calf under this 'the whey needs to be sterilizedas companies.The has just been completed to serve factory In the world outside the 1, ''a
ding September 30 were severe- 'side down in this solution. The method would be about as follows\ : In a fermented condition It Is company has nine new plants New York City and surrounding ter United States. Its capacity will be IAt s
affected by depressed business I hams and shoulders are placed in One pound of gruel dally with the bad for the calf unless of course under way throughout the world ritory. It tins a capacity SOl car 200,000 car a year. .w''
"
ndltlons, but prices remained the bottom. A side Is left In the milk during the third week, and the cheese U made on the farm while plans are being formulatedfor a day and employ 4,000 men. An assembly and manufacturing a
'atlvely higher tnan those for solution for two days for each then gradually\ increase the gruel and the whey fed at once. Start. several others not Richmond California-Work wa plant is being built at Cologne, an v ,. ?
yet
an
ut other agricultural products. pound, and a ham or shoulder and cut down on the milk. The at the end of tho third week and nounced. Wherever started recently on a plant at Richmond assembly plant at Antwerp, and a
,sever the, average price paid three or four days for each pound milk can be eliminated entirely at gradually switch the diet from possible l the to be completed next year. service plant at Stockholm, Two y+w
the end of45 new plants are being erected on It will jiave a capacity of 400 branches-one.at Perth Australia : A } ,,
hons under federal inspection weight. days and by that whole milk to whiny< At the end car a F ,
sites
accessible to both and one at ; v
,sabout 123 million dollars less. The meat Is liven taken out and time the gruel will be running of six weeks the while milk can be rail and day and will employ 2,401)) men. It Port Elizabeth South
water Africa-were
Hog producers in the southern smoked over hickory wood. It is about 12 to 6 pounds a day. The dispensed with altogether and transportation so that with will supply cars to the San Fran In completed. ,.
each addition the
form of Ford Motor
transportation cisco Company
-
tee apparently have an oppor- then wrapped In paper and put In gruel diet may be eliminated at grain and hay substituted. supplementing area. is
the end of four months If desiredas the other substantial savings Buffalo' 'New York spending several million i !*1,
nlty to Increase their Income cheesecloth bags. The bags are Calves should never be allowedto -This plant dollars to increase the .
om> hog production If conslder- covered with a thick whitewash by this time the calf will be become poor. This will stunt will be effected. .> will' have a capacity of 400 car a of the Rouge plant power at capacIty '

Is pasture and grazing crops made of slaked lime and hung In eating hay and grain. the'r growth and retard normal Five of the new plants are In the day and will employ 2,600 men. Mich., and several million Dearborn.more In | ,, '+ :
provided to reduce the cost of a cool place. A mixture recommended by the development They should have -United States: a. follows: Seattle! Washington site has miscellaneous improvements I .tr

sin feeding next.summer. Pro- Wisconsin Experiment Station good feed, good (care good attention -
pers who have sufficient feed consists of 4 parts of ground yel kept In good condition and FLORIUA IUHDH!I LEAD I CUTWORM DAMAOK ENDS If grasshoppers are giving trou- "
II probably find it advisable to I low corn, 3 parts of ground oats growing every minute. Legume AH FIRST MONTH AT I. WITH PASTE: ON POIHON IIAIT ble a little clrup and ground citrus ,
'!'d their hogs for the late wln- j 11'Ir : FARM PROGRAM 2 parts of wheat bran and one part hays are better than timothy for KC1': ( (:()NTENT TLONKH': "II! fruits added to the poison bran.
r 1 markets and feed them to av1ge L "The Voice of Florida"Gainesville of linseed oil-meal. This is fed In growing calves because of the Chlpley Fla. With Florida Gainesville, Fla.--The pesky (little will make It more attractive to

weights rather than sell'm connection with skim milkverylight minerals they contain for making birds at the top the 580 pullets In cutworm may spend his nights them. Many grasshopper and + 'r'Y
from now until January Fla. Farm pro- at first and gradually\ In bone and muscle. Alfalfa and the fifth Florida National Egg lay- prowling around cutting off nice cutworms will' bo killed If the

'4en, a large number will be soldan gram listeners of state radio sta- crease. clover hay must be fed carefully, ing contest located here have just young vegetable plant only to plant are sprayed with a poison( F.' ? ';
unfinished condition. tion WRUF will have six helpful Another method of feeding with as they are laxative. finished their first month's lay take a few bite, but when a little but this I Is expensive unless other rr r+ ;'If
w
e and Interestltng farm broadcastssent with an average of 10.3 eggs for a poison bran bait Is preferred, biting Insects are giving trouble. r
pr IM CALF CLUB to them next week the Flor- 34.4 percent production according that's the fatal bite. The cutworm Is the caterpillar k hrl"Ir, "'
\\IN\KKH: SELECTED ida Agricultural Extension Ser- to E. F. Stanton supervisor. In a recent radio address over of a moth. Its egg are laid on
AT RECENT: COST.STI: vice has announced. These pro- [ Hints To Housewives The Florida entry leading the WUUK, J. R. Watson entomologist grass and other plants, upon
grams will come at the regular ] entire contest was the PInebreexe at the Florida Experiment which the cutworm later feeds. y
[Tallahassee, Fla.-Hugh Dukes! time 12:15: to 12:45: eastern stan- Weekly from Homo Ilrononittrittlon Hperlalbits, TallatuMMe Farm White Leghorns, from Calla- Station recommended mixing 1 Since cutworm are likely to be, lies )I ,
Union County showed the dard time. Some of the leading I han. During October the 10 birdslased -- pound of parts green- or 1-9- nmtnrf- feeding on grass when sod land Is .I' ,
famploa fat barrow and Nelson topics follow: FARM CHRISTMAS GIFTS Florida, every farm woman 203 eggs for 800,03 points. of calcium arsenate I In 2S pound to be used for vegetable crop It. I
"'ves of Leon county won re- or Second place of bran and slightly" moisteningwith
Sat., Dec. 6 Florida Farm girl can find some real gift from went to Gilbert'sChipley should be plowed two week before. i
Inre championship at the state Hatchery of this water to make the bait. The It Is
News and Hints. U. S. Farm Science pantry or storehouse to extend her city, with planted or set. About two
Pt club show held here recently. Snapshots.Mon. People differ a great deal In Christmas greetings to her 221 eggs for 184.15 point E. H. mixing should be done thoroughly, days before the crop I. planted
pi Leon county calf club show ., Dec. 8 Timely Market-..1 their Ideas about Christmas giv- -Mary E. Keown.friends Rucker' entry, from Ottumwa, and the mixture must not be made some bait {like collard leave,
at held at the same time, and Ing of Feeders. Calves and Stocker ing. Some make the Christmas S Iowa trailed Into third place. sloppy. With close planted crop should be dipped In a solution( of
ancis Moss was declared win- Cattle-L. H. Lewis. Preparing season an occasion for selfish trad- 1''iSHl'LVANI'ARfERH:: Considering Individual birds. a this mixture should be broadcastover parts green or lead arsenate, 1 1-3
r. for Next Spring's Beef Calf Ing of costly gifts, while others WILL ATTEND: FAIR pullet from Jefferson' Tennessee, the land at about the rate of pounds to 50 gallons of water and til''tt,
[ All three of these winners were Crop.-W. J, Sheely. find In It a time for gracious giving owned by R. Godwin stood first B pounds per care. With some scattered over the fold This
>arded free trips to the National Tues., Dec. 9 Making the to friends whom they love. More than 200 Pennsylvania with 25 eggs for nearly as many crops It I.I best to scatter the bait should be done In the late evening +
fab Congress and International Clean-up for Aphlds-J. R. Watson Farm people have an oppor- farmers will be brought to the points. Then tbfe birds from up the row, while with crop that since the hungry cutworm will '? r e7 t+
|1Y8 Stock Exhibition at Chicago. Answering farm questionsand tunity to make welcome gifts from South Florida< Fair and Oasparllla PInebreexe Farm rushed In to take do not cover the ground a little hunt feed at night. If the cutworm i +a
s 1 trips were given by Armour Insect problems mailed in. their store gathered from farm Carnival on a special train over second third fourth fifth and hill bait may be dropped around each attack the crop later on the '
Company the State Club De- Wed.. Dec. 10 How Undulant and orchard. the Seaboard line on February 7 sixth places in the Individual ratIng poison bran bait I Is recommended.
irtment and Leon County bank- Fever is Transmitted from Ani- A basket of polished fruits and to Inspect citrus and agricultural -
i, respectively. mal to Man-Dr. A. L. Shealy. vegetables Is a colorful present 'displays. from the various districtsof Most of the bird entered thee
Wilma Basset a Monticello Adapted Florida Shrubs and How and welcomed In any home that Florida. fifth contest in .plended condition.

ib boy showed the champion to Transplant Them-John V. does not revel In their own garden. The Pennsylvania, rurailsts will Very little cold and pox have developed When In Tampa live at Modern-Fire-proof
reeding pig and won the Frank Watkins I Nuts In a bright red tarletoti sack be one of several groups that will\ and only eight bird were Radios Spa- ''
Dennis scholarship to the Unl- 11 Controlling present a festive appearance in make the replaced during tile first month. :
Thurs. Dec. 1. s/nnual exposition in clou Room*-
ralty of Florida. This scholar- F. keeping with holiday spirits. A Four of the bird in the last All
Worms In Dogs Dr. E. Tampa their Mecca ,this winter as HOTEL HILLSBOROTAMP.VH by and Lounge ,'
P consists of the $250 In cash, Thomas. pound of fresh home-made but- similar excursions are being promoted contest closed the 365-day period department'.
{ ,
'en the winner while he Is a stunt -1. FrI.. Dec. 12-Building Fences, ter, wrapped In parchment paper from other states and Indications with records over the 300 mark. all the year. Rate open ;

at the University. Mixing Cement and Other Farm and tied with a yellow bow Is a are that the fair association First for the most point wetit to a LARGEST HOTEL the same throughout '
!Over 100 pigs and 12 calves Constructions Prof. Frazier golden gift indeed, while cottage wilt' ba host to northern ag- bird owned by Kngleman Poulty the ;year: d
-re exhibited in the contest. : Rogers. Dairy Practices In Leon cheese In a clear glass Jar tempts culturallsts almost dally Farm Avon Park Florida with Where will '
the most jaded appetite. 305.7. point for 288 The yon meet friend and a welcome '
county-O. C. Hodge. Followlna_ the insneetlon_ tour of etc:*;*
River ----- --- --
Junction Frank Pea- Crystallzed fruit or homemadefruit the exhibit at the fair the visitors largest number of egg were turned
f"* moved hie cafe to first floor Thoroughly whitewashing and cake Is a reminder of a will journey to various sections of In by one of the F. Calve Poultry $2.00 to $6.00per

Dew Edwards building. fumigating the home storage plant thoughtful friend for days to the state to call upon leading Farm birds, Tampa Florida ','!s' '* ,lr Jf.
[Croveland Offices opened InT1IIer for fruits or vegetables will help come. A bottle of syrup or a jar grove owners and agriculturalists which layed 114 eggs that counted ., q day ,
Tom Rice place on East prevent rots this winter of choice preserves and jelly can In their study of the productive along with four that were too
'Oad street for planned develop- be a gift of real beauty to In Its qualities of Florida soil Rail officials small. Other bird going over 300

''Dt. of two floral exhibition gar81. It 1'0'11.oon' \ be time to breed cellophane\ covering tied with a i. will accompany the group egg were owned by White Feather Official AAA Hotel J:
dairy co ws. Be sure to make sprig of mlstleto fastened in Its and while at the fair the vlsltfng Farm Clearwater Florida and -Free Auto Storage
plans to use a good purebred bull. bright red cord. Fresh country county agents will be the guides Farrlngton Brother, Canada. I for Quest
That Is the economical way to sausage Is a treat to most folk. and escorts during the tour of the.xhlbltlon. r. a, u
o Substitute for make half the herd purebred. and can be wrapped attractively.A . j-

box of home-made cooties Is Greeting the visitors will' be COFFINS & CASKETS "Top o* tho
Mother Nature Okeechobee Work progressing a fragrant reminder to grown Florida's greatest display of citrus OOM'w
rapidly on state road project persons of the spicy odors of the and agricultural products truly And a Full Line of DINING w

1 Mother No. 869 north of Lake Okeechobee Christmas-time kitchen of their the show wladow of the state' resources Undertaken' Supplies
Nature baa no substitute Indian River and In- childhood.
between exhibited by the varlou{ WEW
aid j fa needed far torpid eonittThar dian River canal. A beautiful wreath made from counties and progressive AUTOMOBILE HEARSE

Dva- why Carter" Little -West Palm Beach Alfar greenery" from the woods and gardens In every section: of communities the .........,.. .s Il.... The best ** CAFETERIA ,, 'r
'nO. ( fromally opened for will add beauty to any home state. -..... mt tk. I....... arleee.aee41
ire mad oat of pan yep Creamery attestt.. t...... .
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while a box of Christmas
calomel Starting thJrt.J'. -.... business. greens ..va.nBEOHTLALD Serving you at TilE HILLHnoRO!. I YiA YiAL
of Panama City Dainty Shoppe will be welcomed by all who can- Spuds Johnson says, "I used to a pleasure
bps >flowing( freely they opened as lunch room recently on not go to tile woods to gather their try this, try that and try the other : ...BALMERDEWITT -

cleanaa body of an was**. Ninth street. own ;yuletide: decorations. ; now I try what my" state Experiment C. JONES D. SKINNER a j. JACKSON
bottle.. om Tallahassee C. A. Blalock: of So whether the money is scarce Station says try' and I i ......uaK.. FLORIDA President

I bJ s Allanti. J I Madison to open theatre here.! I or not In the farm households of save time and money," a I. Manager ,


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and daughter,
Thrower let between
KKW .AXI "hO OXI1 MEETS tin i,. ''II,,
MFI'rIN(1: ()Io' ciirucii their1 bridge club complimentaryto ?

cinri.KH1: !Mr. and Mrs\ C. D. Shank, of WITH MISS HI.ANrilK ZIFF and little son, Richard of St. Au- six In the atte.m. ',", ,?, ,, .. * an'l'
gustine, Mrs. O. A. Thrower and our friends : Wl e'1an!
AM>KKMA.N': : ai. ,,1'1'', ,,.
--"-- Roanoke, Va. Minn O.al Lewis Cor. Values
lficj son, Glendale, Mrs C. B. Oa the? afternoon, """* The circles of the Woman'sMI"slonary The large living room, where '" "n'"''Ua '
little! Carl, of Jacksonville )
Chrysanthemums and son 4th at three , lit
o i ,
Society of the Metho- the \guests: were entertained was I :were attractively Services were held at Rock and Misses Willie Mae and an auditorium "lib' '

church met Monday afternoonand decorated with: radiance arranged decorations by; ,I.
dist prettily
church last Saturday and Sunday. Okie Hlnsou of Hampton, Mrt and "What's Wrong m*I <*!'
held their lesson study and HOtlal roses chrysanthemums and other Mitts Blanche, Alderman Tuesday; ,
,
Mr. Pervis Lewis and J. C. Dennison Mrs W. T. ZeIgler and little aon';; In which Mr WOtld"
L rilAPTKU KNTKieTAINKI : White her, home when she en- Ttbbi".
evening at
I' IK ( meeting. The Noble cut flowers.Six of Jacksonville\ spent last of TommIe and Mr. and Mrs. Glover his a-m (lull u
trip
entertained by Mrs A, progression of the lPomewere terta.'ned! rnem'bl'rs. of the Sew and abroad I'IOIIIU"
: ) .\T LAWTKY Circle wee last week here with Mr. Lewis' and daughter, Peggy Jo, and Mra. day night than
Jan
W. Itedgrave, with Mrs. J. T. GUY en Joyed*at the conclusion of i So Club. parent., Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lewis. Clover's mother, all of Jackson series of -OH ,, tlral i Q

leading In the lesson study. At which prizes were awarded Mrs.J At, the close of a pleasantly: Crosby talks Stud 0' (b

The W T Weeks Chapter, U. the close of the meeting! the hostess . C. Robinson and Senator E. M. spent evening the hostess served i a Mr. and Mrs. Eugene\ spent vllle. lions" with the Old ,. IIIOllU !;
Jacksonville, is
t met Wednesday afternoon and children of Everyone in our community lures will ,
t C., be
1J. Mr. fruIt salad KV! I, 'CIJP
assisted by her daughter,, Johns for holding top scores. course. with rh"M '
In Lawtey ut the home of Mrs. G. part of this week-end here enjoying the cane grlndlngs. The (ings will contain,
Miss Lula Redgrave/ served a and Mrs. Shank received guest EnjoyIng this informal gather- tin"
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with Mrs. Roberts,, their parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. farmers are putting up some extra uahoulq
W. Roberts, following weeks .
Mia
sweet course. Members presentwere prizes Ing were: Miss pearl Jordan, ri.. ,, ,
+ W. Torode: and Mrs./ Chas Crosby and Mrs. J. H. Kelley. fine syrup this year. mission no tG
Mrs.
a : Mesdames I.. A. Davis, W, The hostess assisted by Misses Eunice Perkins, Miss Madge Mid 0 Dennison, charge i 10 \11'\ )r
Mrs. J. and Okie tie
hostesses Mr. and Misses Willie Mae '
ninklriH as B. Parks, W. G. Halle Sam Anderson Lena Belle and Cleo Shepard, servo dleton, MIss Elhel Griffin, MU last meetings and evtrvom, ?
of Midway, spent Tues- *
and Hlnson had their guests l
sons, us
I' On account of the absence of A. W. Anderson, E. S. Matthews ed a spaghetti supper. Betty Chamberlin, Mrs. B. S. Carrot with Mrs Pennlson's welcome to attend am '? ,'hflll.
week-end here nIght Misses Margaret Turner .
r the president, Mrs. A. M. Darby, L. C. Ray J. T. Gu)". 1 The guests' were: Mr. and Mrs, Mrs. D. p, Carpenter and Mrs. day -..-

) + 1 meeting was presided over by Miss The Harriet Peek Circle was entertained W. M' WainwrIght, Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Long parents.Mr. Mrs.. II. O. Rivers and and Ruth Dennison of Hamp NOTICE' TO (,'1'1', !..leansn

; 1 } Amelia Ray and Mrs. L. If. Hill by Mrs' J. W. White and J. C. Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. II. and visiting ton.Mr. \\\TI'n': 1'1.\-1' 'o'snnn:
n children, of Lawtey were and Mrs. 0. W. Hlnson had
[ .
transacted her duties us secretary.Mrs. !Mrs O. W. White, at the.home of C. Wall Senator and Mrs. E. M. --

J. M, Brownlee, MM.. J. E. the former. Roses and chrysanthemums Johns Mr. and Mrs. C, D. Shank, MVHK: IU MOIH la our section last Sunday. and as dinner guests on Thanksgiving Notice Is hereby KIV,.,, ,half ,
CIA'll MEETS: and Mrs. W. S. Ray Mrs. O. Mann and
Mr. Mr. and C. the
Day
,
and Mrs. present time
Miner 7h
Wilson Mrs Effle added to the beauty of of Roanoke, Va., and Mr. R. F.Domorest. Lewis visiting all oaOB) or
1,11 son, and Johnnie were children of Palatka and Mr. and
light and
1' appointed to arrange water
halls
W G. were the plan
where guests \11
the living room he .
I ; for a Christmas surprise gathered for a short business and Mrs. L. A. Davis was hostess to In Jacksonville last Sunday Mrs. J. S. Hall and children of quired to pay blllt , hh, ? ,"

members of the LIvre du Mole and Monday.
' from the chapter. I study period. Mrs. A, Wood conducted O. F:. H. ('\PTKU: Earltou. water service nn.mmu, S'1
f Club Thursday at her home on Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Hunter Mr. John Hall was a business regulations of %
1 ,f' ,; Mrs. Bynum Perkins read from the study from the fifth MITT: :MOMY church here th. BH| |" u, Ihn,.
Madison street.Yellow of Hague attended Jacksonville Wednesday
i. visitor to if bills
/ of of the war Adventuring, are paid b) ,Ihl ih
3 $' 9 an ancient paper some chapter of Spiritual / < of, II,
chrysanthemums
1865 the subject "Unselfish Starke Chapter O. E. S. met In Sunday, night. month 10 percent dl,
'f" k news of April 16th, paper the being ram |la "
\llIed'Aft decorations for Mrs. I. W. Dyal and daughter, Jack
f effectively Mr. and Mrs. J. Butteryof lowed, and the ,
t flk mentioned being the New Love" regular session Monday night at servna> he
this enjoyabl affair. \Miss Marlon Lee of Graham spent the week-end with au
1 sonville spent
pended If
1 : York Herald. This paper told of The hostesses, assisted by Mrs the Masonic Hall. not paid b) ,tbE 15it,,
,, j Following 'a delicious turkey last Sunday and Monday here. her sister, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. This is the final
the assassination of President I Gee C. White and Miss Ktholln The followIng officers were notice 'hat a,
t dinner the last l chapters of the Mr. and Mrs. Mallory Thomas Wallace services
+ ; Lincoln, and other historical Items: White, served salad course. The elected for the new year: not paid b) tht i5th
t : "Art of Thinking" by Ernest Dim- and children of Starke, spent Miss Nettle Kersey had as her the month I
; ' i' about the leaders of the Confederate guests Included Mesdames J. H. Mrs. Mae Green-Worthy Ma- will bt discontinue,,
relatives.
with
net were dlscusaed.' Thanksgiving here dinner guest on Thanksgiving Day, The superintendent
1 Army. Bitch, E. K. Perryman, F. II. ros. will not 'mak,
? Those present were: Mrs.r'T. J. Mr. W. J. Johns of Starke, Miss Mildred Phillips
calls for the
t '''I During the social period the Long, T. B. Massie, T. J. GrIffin 1 Mr. C, A. Futlh-Worthy Patron with his purpose "f, olleuin
Alderman, Mrs. E. K. Perryman, spent Thursday here l e but
win\ only cut off
' i was entertained by A. Z. AdkIns, M. E. Edwards, A. Mr. and aenlcs.
company Mrs L. Wyman and Mrs. Edward daughter and son-in-law,
Board
Misses Gullda Marie Thede and Wood. B. L. Biggs/ Geo. 'C. White,' Mrs. Mae Wells-Associate Ma Burns. ,*' Mrs J, W. Lewis. CAMP OK" TUB PALMS of Bond Trustees, Clot '

?,d Mary Lucile Torode, who each L: C. Prescott, Misses Olive Ray, tron.Mr. . Miss Martha Groover of Jacksonville PLANS SPLENDID PROGRAM Starke.
f ,
White Ethollu White and E. W. Hayes-Associate Pa -5-- -
gave a charming piano solo, and Casaie ; I FRANCES ALnJ.IUIAN'HUIRTIlIMY : \ spent this week-end here FOR THE SEASON MO\VIS! o'sna.sLewIs :

also a duet, which was much ap- Mr*. Harley. tron. PAUTY with her mother 'Mrs. J. II. Kel

preciated. The hostesses served Mrs Ina WhiteSecretary.Mrs. ,-, ley. Camp-of-the-Palms situated on O'Steen 67 a well knot

: delicious light refreshment. :MRS A. Z. AlKiSMENTERTAINS Verdie Futch-Treasurer.Mra. > Frances Alderman entertainedseven Mr.. and Mrs, J. W. Sowell and beautiful Lake of Bays in the resident of Maxvllle, died at h

:: : Ruby Hayes-Conductress. section of Florida at Keystone residence there Sunday afiernoo,
little girls at the, home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Shaw and ridge

a r ;'' PARTY GIVEN': FORt Mrs. Lorena Eppergon-r-Asso- her parents, Mr. and Mrs. 'T. J. family have moved into. our sec Heights was officially openedon at 4 o'clock. lie was a native ?
A. Z. AdkIns entertainedthe f Georgia but moved
Mrs. elate Conductress. Alderman In'fcelebratloa of her December lot Although the with his faniii

t VISITORS Afternoon Bridge Club Tues The other ten officers will be tion.. has been to all visitors to reside at Maxvllle more than
I
t third birthday. Wednesday after- Mr. and Mrs. Wv $. Ray and little Camp open

L day afternoon at her home on appointed by the newly elected noon.' The little folks were enter, son, Johnnie Richard, left FrI- during the month of November, It years ago. He Is survived by t I.
Mrs. J. F. Carpenter of Wins- Walnut street In honor of Mrs. Worthy Matron and Installationof daughters, Mrs. K. Padgett Ja
tained with a number of merry; for their home in Georgia, after Is now prepared to receive guests day
ton-Salem. N. C., and Mrs C. D. C. I). Shank of Roanoke Va., and all officers will take place on severa'months, here and any transient visitors who sonvllle, and Mrs. J. J, Bird, Ma',

Shank of Roanoke, Va., were hon Mrs. J, F. Carpenter of Wlnston- December 29 games ,spending vllle, and one son, Lonzy
Padget
; either to remain overnight
wish or
The color scheme,for the rooms with their parents, Mr, and Mrs.J 1
at a delightful party given Maxvllle
or guests 12
Salem,' N. C. ; grandchildren
was red' and green suggestive of W Lewis and other relatives. : for just a meal. Camp-of-the- an
by Mrs. H. C Wall Wednesday I'ONTKAC'T imilHIK) : .
Lovely pink roses, chrysanthemums visitors all one great granddaughter
Palma welcomes at
Christmas. Centering the dining Quite a crowd of young folks
afternoon at her home ou Cherry ,Intermingled with fern and I'AIITV i Funeral services were held In-
table was a cake adorned with enjoyed a cane grinding given at times.
street. other garden flower were prettily the Long Branch
r three lighted candles. Novelty favors -, the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. S. As Camp-of-the-Wooda, the cemetery Tiih
The lower floor of the home arranged about the rooms where Complimenting! C. D. Shank: day, Rev. J. o. Strickland of ibi
In
and most resort
were given each of the little Kelley; Saturday night. largest popular
was open ensuite and beautifully the guests spent a delightful afternoon of Roanoke, Va., Mrs. T. B, Mas- Baptist church, conducting Iii
Adirondack Mountains In
and the
guests. Rivers
Mr. ,and Mrs O. W.
decorated for this lovely party ale
playing auction bridge. gave a contract bridge party services.
Those Invited Lewis of New York State, Is the summer
were Betty daughter, Miss Selma, Lawtey,
with quantities of Christmas Scores were kept on dainty novelty Wednesday afternoon, at her homeon ---.--
-
Shank of Roanoke, Va., Joan spent last Sunday here with Mrs. home of the Greet Camp Family,
greenery, a color scheme of red tallies and when totaled, prizes Cherry street XOTH'K: 01-' i.1.1sFOPl't15: | .
Masnle, Merry Beth Knight, Nina Rivers' father, Mr. J. H. Kelley.Mr. so Camp-of-the-Palms Is openingIts
and green being carried out In were awarded Mrs. J. K. Corpeu- A graceful arrangement of autumn "IC'1'SThe
Bishop Ida Lulu Davis and Mar- R. L. Thomas of Starke, doors for a second season as
the decoration and In the wrapping Ing and Mrs J, C. Robinson for flowers were used in the
Jorlo Davis and Patricia Walnwrlght. and Mr. L. J. Johns of Jackson- the winter sunshine home of the
of the prizes. making high and second Hcoros.Mm. party room where the guests were board of rouin" imBlonera
ville, were In our section last Sunday Camp Family, and all those who .
Five progressions' of tho game Shank and Mrs. Carpenter received entertained! of Bradford "? ,IM 1))m(' r rreive
wish to escape the cold, the snow
Mrs' J, A. Long made high score .- bids for lease "t "' ,
were enjoyed, at the conclusion of guest prizes un" 'e i ivlets
of Starke and ire of the north. Here one
which prizes were awarded the The hostess served her guests" a and! wan awarded a prize. The ST. :M.\1I1,'$ Al'XII.IAIlY Mrs. Louis Clemons for the year I"" i abe
section last meets congenial people, and
In
winners Mrs. J. R. Corpenlng' chckenllahlll! course. with hot cot- honor guest was presented a gift MEKTM; : : was visiting our opened December
which seldom forgotten
Thursday.Mr. friendships, are -
made high and Mrs. .I. C. Robinson fou. as a memento of the occasion. and formed.CampofthePlllms. O. 'V. ALIEtlM/\: -let r

snored second Gifts were presented Enjoying tho afternoon with The hostess served the following Members of the St. Mark's Aux- and Mrs. R. B. Thomas are Board ot County < nun', r''
and Cnmp-
Mrs. Carpenter and Mrs. the hOIlI"1I1111<1 honorees were: players sandwiches and tea: iliary met at the home of Mrs J. daughter, Hazel and Mr. and Mrs. Bradford Couniv -
children were "-Woods are conducted underthe
and
Shank as memento of the after Mm. L. Wyman, Mrs I). A. Mum Mrs. A. Z. Adkinx, Mrs. 1111.. C. Hoover Mondny'afternoon\ at 3 II. U Howard 12-B-3t.
relatives: at Fairbanks same management> and with
noon. tleth, Mr'*'. 'V.f.. Wainwright!: John. Mrs.\ W. Wainwright, o'clock. visiting ---- "
one grent aim--physical and spiritual -
The following players wero ]Mre. N. gternboig, Mrs.,3. children health These are the
Stalling and :
erv<>d thicken snlml) course: \Mr' 11. C. Wall, Mrs. C. A.KnlKlit Mrs. :J. A. Long and Mrs. election of oHow( for the new yeaiB Mrs Delatlia camps:
National
Mrs. dirt cm Brown, of Lawtey, J Mrs' J, K.': Corpeiilng Mrs. C. D. Shank. aoc'al program; was rendered. of AlshuaV4're: visiting her homes of the Camp and FLORID\
parents Mr. and !Mrs J. B. Health League, and the GospelVolunteers
' Mrs. J, It. Boring< ot Jacksonville; 10, M. Johns Mrs.' J. A. Long, Mrs. 1 The hOHtOHH) served refreshments. of the World Mr.

Mrs. J. K. t'orpenlng.' Mra.' Maurice T. II. MI 81\Ie.\ Mrs S. L. Peek !Mrs. IIUTIHT: W. :M.. I. CIIU'J.KS: The olDcers elected are as follows Thomas ,
nines and attended George F. Tlbbltts. who Is the
Frank son T
Mrs. HEATIfGAINESVILLF ;
Kdwards, Mrs L. 11. Vlnlnjr, !Mrs J Edward linens and Mrs O. L.Sill. TO ;>IICITMembers: : : Mrs J M. Alvarez, president '
church at Rock last Sun- founder aad'dlrector of these organizations -
t. N. Sternborg Mm D. A, Moutleth HeHHle. -r---- : Mrs E. Burns vicepresident !- j., .
and who Is popularlyknown
Mrs. J, ,V. Andrews Jr.,. Mr... K, of the Baptist W. M ; Mrs. C. A. Fulfil, secretaryand ria/.

I.. Blags, Mrs. J. C. KobliiHon. Mrs; ; AMI ;MUM IV .\, KNUJ1ITK.VCKHTAIV U., Circle; ) will meet Monday after- chairman of the educational I as "Pop" Tlbbltts throughout -
the pastern 1RlOW
states
A, Z. Adkins, Mrs C. I). Shank, : I noon, at 3 o'clock In the following I department; !Mrs.\ J. I* Frazeo, 1'IUISSt> HUN SnIJ.UlI.I'H: : abroad conducting campaigns, of Prog. Week Dec. 5tl

-_ Mrs. J. A Long. Mrs. J, F, Carpenter homes. treasurer and supply secretary. -
the Gospel Volunteers ot tbe01'111
Mrs. C. A. Knight Mrs.\ T. H.Maasle A delightful social affair of the Circle No. J, Mrs J.. M. Drown- There will to no meeting Monday New schedules changed Sunday, '
'\ In Ireland Scotland.
England -
Mrs O. L. J"aaf.yIrs.! ! week was I the bridge party given lee. I December 3rd. The next November 30th and trains will run TODAY
Belgium Germany Switzerland
-
7!::. M. Johns! Miss "Lucille\ Mitchell\ Friday evening/ by Mr. and Mrs Circle No.2, Mrs. A, M. Darby meeting will be held the first Mon as follows:
Italy and Mr. TIb-
France.
and Miss Mary Cunovav C. A. Knight at their home tor Circle No. 3, Mrs S. L, Peek. day in January at the n home t of( HouthboumlNo.
bitts will return to Florida about Hell"
Mrs. U. L, Beusley. "Doorway to
. 1, due Starke, 11:11: p. m. the middle of December.CampofthePalms .
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-

Winter Cruise to Visit Turkish Harem fP-: JINXI llRllKJIj: I'.1RTYChrysanthemums local. will begin WithLEW

.,} Passengers -I-- No. 11, due Starke 11:23 a. m., the new year by having a New
_
Years were used to local. Year's open house, Thursday, Jan.o'rici4 AYRES
Guarded From Public for Over 400
; Jealously advantage decorating the homeof No. lOT, due Starke 11:00: a. m.

I. limited. \ OF ailKHIPP'S S\I,13 The .star of ".\II QiiU-t on UAVewtirn '
M Mr
.' and Mr*. J. W Andrews,
1 dueStarke 5:10 m. Front"
No. 103 : a
Jr.:, Friday 'evening'' where members limited Miami. .,'' Notice l is. hereby. given that the Added, Colortonc, (Coinril,

of the Twentieth' Century underMlKnnd an. Sheriff of Bradford

;,,\) Bridge "club enjoyed a dinner Northbound County Florida, under and by virtueof News
'< No.' 2, due Starke 5:44: a. m., that certain execution Issued out -- ---
bridge party.I nt the Circuit Court. Bradford County SATURDAY'Those

Several progressions of bridge local. Florida, dated the 17th day of
No. 12, due Starke 3:05: p. m., Nov. A. D. loa, In that certain
were played following a delicious cause. wherein Hiram Prescott Is
Plaintiff! and Noon Warren la defendant Three
course dinner served at a beautifully local.No. ,
108, due Starke, 5:29: p. m. undersigned has levied up-
appointed tables. In centetr of { on and will sell to the highest and French Girls"With
limited. /
which was a sliver basket filled bent bidder for cash on the 1st day
No. 4, 'dueStarve, 7:08: p. m. of Doc. A. D., 1930, at the Old Pres.
with radiance 'loses. At the con- colt Plnre near Sampson City. Florida

clusion of the games prizes were limited.' at eleven o'clock, A. M., to natlii-
Htarkn A Wannre Branch fy laid execution: and costs, the following Fifi Dorsay
awarded Mrs. I... D VIning and Mr. described personal property,
No. 101 leaves Starke 7:00 a. m.
N. Sternberg for holding high to-wit: llelnir In Bradford County, Added Cartoon and I.oWIf!
No.' 102, arrives Starke 2:40: p. Florida: Faa..nda'Comply
score. On. half' of oranges One half of

Those enjoying this affair were: m. pecans, one half of potatoes, nil the
T. J. Griffin. nbove being: on the old preseott
w Mr. and Mrs..O. L. Beasley, Mr. Iliac.. Hun Schedules: place, 4 meat holts, and corn gathered MondayTuesdayWILL

and, Mrs. N.. Sternberg. ,Mr.. and Said above'd..crlb.d property
Southbound:3T a.- m., 11:37a. : now beingin possession of ROGERSIn
Mrs/F.tF. Stump Mr. and Mrs
m., 4:07: p. m., 6:37: p.. m., 11-: undersigned.
L... D.. Vlning;.,.Me:. and Mrs. D, A.Montieth. W. J EPPERSON,
40 p. m. Sheriff of Bradford, County Florida.

.cLSr, v>_ ;y SNAZADIteNAa' 'Dr.,, and Mrs. E. L. Northbound-4:50: a. m., 8:53 11.U.Zt-11-28.

Biggs,.j.M r. u4. ,Mrs. J. W., ,An- "LIGHTENIN"AddedComedy
a.1n.i It i 53 p.'m.. 4:23 p. m., 8:23: '

dreweJifitMj" y4wgelWeIgt}{ ) ;.atld pi M. '. "TJ' 666

Mr-J.. J. Trubj,,, actJt. Sf'1't
Tickets and information at .,.

: Smith's Service Station next to !. a doctor's Prescription few WEDNESDAY"
:1O
VISITORS,Jl 1ED
1 courthouse. COLDS! and HEADACHES
; --

_ f g Saturday evening was.: the scene It I. law most speedy rimed. ..0..... 'Devil With Women|

6O6 also In Tablets
_
tta of an enjoyable party when Mr. .
--
and Mrs. O. L...Beasley entertainedat With
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0-- T. n.
auction bridge ln honor of Mr. THERESSAC

and Mrs C."D.- Shank, of. Roanoke, 111 .... II. E. LAGERGREN Victor McLaglen

: Va. ,

Quantities 'of' roses Intermingled Mr. and' Mrs., Guy Sullivan of "Com. Thurs. & Fn

__ with tern, In' bowls and vases Vero Beach have been spending! Surveying, Leveling,

O Mt7ANT/M pi.e. decorated the Beasley home. 'pro- the Thanksgiving holidays with
MOtAIC MOSqfJ Mapping Ornamental Jackie CooganIn
_ viding a lovely background. for his parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. 1.. ,

Ancient 8t..mboul. now known MCoutentlnopU tuts dell htfu, affair.. Sullivan, and family loll'. and
ha. for centurle Jealously Garden Designs
Prises were awarded Mrs. E..M. Mrs. Sullivan returned to their
guarded the secrets connected
with the 8ultan harem that Inner Johns and JoIr, H. C. Wall for'bold- borne Tuesday. I Starke Fla.RADIO "TOM SAWYER'1PAIRING

anctum In the Old Palace,or Seraglio Ing high scorn. Quest prIzes were Miss Teresa Bennett, of Rising, ..... ,

whet the bearded gorgeously dressed presented Mr., and Mrs. C. D. spent the Thanksgiving holidays I

Turkish rulers lived with their numerous Shank: with her sister Mrs. C. Sullivan -- u -- -- - - .

wives. The attitude of secrecy MOCQVe or A salad course with tea was en- and family.Mr. I r .
which has been maintained for so loot
f".SOAthAchamber Joyed by the following guests: and Mrs. Cecil Moore and
,: in this connection bos now been modified
however and then mysteries will Mrs. ,A. Z., Adklns. Mr., and Mrs little son, Charles, Mitts Daisy I REALL :

soon bs revealed for the Turkish government J. C. RoblOHop, >If, and Mrs. C. D. Moore and Mr. David Moore of I

has ordered the partial opanI which was used for marriage ins season. Th Canadian Pacific Shank, of Roanoke Va.. Mr. and Clearwater were at home with

4 in* of the harem to the general public, 1 and other colorful ceremonies.Bore liner Empress" of Prance which annual saves Mrs. C. 'A. Knight. Mr. and Mrs. heir: parent!. MI'. and Mrs.\ D. W. MSmitl1'S AKESrice
her
that the entire Is a data with a throne resembling New York February S on
ls
,| and palace U wUI reported soon bo on view. Built a modern chaise tongue on Mediterranean .cruise will touch at H. C. Wall. Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Moore on Thanksgiving Day.

during the lath century for Bulelman which the Sultans sat. The walls of Constantinople so that her passengers Maasle Senator and .,Mrs., E. M. Rer. S It. Dodd filled his regular Sen Station

the Magniacen. It Is now .a historic tbs,various bedrooms ar* lined with can visit her mosques and the newly- John, and Mr, and Mrs, W. U. appointment at the Christian

museum known u Top Kapou. The eiquislte porcelain and contain many opened bftremr .and those) aboard the) Wainwright, church Sunday1 night. A large

Interior comprises .a series of beautiful liege' beds surmounted by glided canopl world-cruising Empress ol Australia number Attended and enjoyed the AuthorizeWestinghoi,d I Dealer

reception rooms, dining rooms .. in Venetlsn style.BtamoouL which 1 leaves New Tork December 3 Service wonderful -
U one will also be able to tee these wond&iwhen Fort%Myers Perry sermon.
bedrooms and bathrooms, all lavishly or Constantinople "
Station 901 East First street purchased Mr.: and )Ira. 'J. .. Zelgler and ''Radios
the liner touch. M Constantinople -
deoorete l,t library of Sultan Achmed I. The finest of 'two cruises which will visit the on.her W"-day voyage around by II. R. Johnson of Pitts, daughters, had as their guests ;
=:;
aPa. ,m.ol ..ISar.a' reception Mediterranean during the fortb.omeSKtMite the glob burgh Fa. Sunday Mr. and Mr. M. O.; ---

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J.XmER: : S. 1030 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. 8TARKK. FLORIDA PARK: FIVB

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Saturday Alt home-made and elm- Ing program waa given: Song, In December. The extreme wet

earl' ply delicious. America, congregation and school; FLORIDA VEGETABLFMOVEMENT: weather has effected the quality w art'

f'h III "nomewhut, and"It" Is reported that
Prayer, Rev I}. R. Weld, pastorof

''t'nealaa Bits of Dr. and Mrs G, H. Lowry Margaret Keystone Heights church; I the early shipments were of ordb"" I t.'
"
nary quality It weather conditions e
'III ; Lowry and Dr. A. E. Dun- President Hoover's Thanksgiving MAY BE A RECORD BREAKER "ty
t become favorable the flualJty '
ham were dinner" guests of Mr. Proclamation, Kenneth Hoover:
I W ", Address, Thanksgiving, B. R. / of coming shipments will show ,
) and Mrs. Robert Clark Thanksgiv ---- ,
arId"'ell< I L"4 ing. Weld; Song The 'Gobbler.J Betsy great\ Improvement. t
.
' LoccLl ,,
0 : r.tev Hall; Thanksgiving, Luella Cun- The vegetable movement from pent approximately 263 solid car' .

"hurtt Florida. !is rolling up some astonishing loads of vegetables this season ...
AiW'Thankful for .IC..tablf'Iov..mo'ut:
Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Parrish and nlgham; What I (
t with such with shipments It Is' t
01'e f totals and an and express '6'
Miss. Elva Key Miller Sarge"t and Claude Means. '
Our People Business and Hodges of Auburndale,
' S. Concerning increased, acreage as comparedwith estimated that the total has been 7r
were the week-end of thelatter's Batten; the Turkey's Soliloquy, '
n14me Progress of County and Town.WKATHKB guests Elsie Batten; Song We Celebrate other year. It appears that over 300 carloads Cucumber Shipments up to last Saturday 849 a l>
Mr. W '
and Mrs. '
!! : M. Hodges parents ., Thanksgiving, school; Thanksgiving the season is going: to be one of have comprised the bulk of the For same period in 1929 .__ 129 rjt&st

41 ft, resolution, Lois Jordan; record-breaking production and shipments with a few eggplant, For week ending Novembtr 22 276 #

ao" IG Q======" SZZ5Z52525'saSa 44 sZ5Z5a: Goodie chil- shipments. pepper squash and beans. Picking!!: For same week last year _-__ 59 n A3
six
Mr. and Mrs. ((4. P. Parrish and I Goodies primary
the,. : REPORT r For sensible Christmas Gifts Mr. and Mrs W. M. Hodges spent dren; Who Gives IT'S' Our Thanks- Nouns, peppers, (cucumbers eggplant of some vegetables principally'' First four days this week ____. 91 e fn t

11I0.till. make your selections at the Qual- Sunday with the latter's! son-in- giving Dinner, Billy Southerland; etc., continue to.move out peppers squash and eggplant, For same days last year 63. } s

Leek ending Dec. 2t 1930, by ity Store. law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs:I Why Should We'' Give Thanks in considerable volume, the move- etc., will continue to go out In Total to Thursday. this week 940 ? . # 4

VI I) arks, Branch. U. S. Forestry Serrate C. L. Atkinson of Brooker.Messrs. eight primary boys; Song, Count ment at this time being many good volume and one of 'Vall'eh"lo.'s 'ucumhrt'N ,il syv

Your Blessings, congregation and limes heavier than at the same biggest money (crops Shipments up to lust' Saturday 243 + ,
Iltn: Mln. Preclp. Mrs. T. J. Griffin and JamesT. strawberries, will soon be added
Max. Mrs. Arthur Moody and Mar school; Who Shall Be Queen seven time last year. In most instances For same period In 1929 ____ 65For

(fn'if >, t. :6 69 38 Guy visited Gainesville Tues vln Davis of Penney Farms and grade girls; Thanksgiving In eight to ten times as many earn to these other shipments. week ending November 22 69

' t th r27 65 29 day. Misses Classle, Rosa and Elva the Grocery Store Opal Gllsson; have )gone; out this year as there It Is estimated that there are For some week last' year 74

' r.2S 61 29 Hodges were flatting friends In Dialogue, Friends, Merrill GllsRon were at the corresponding time 1,000 acres set' to strawberries In First four days thin! week 20 :g
r- '
i;? V.29 70 39 Miss Louise Howe has returnedto Keystone Heights Friday. and Reno Dykes; Poem Navajo last year. Each week new sections Hard?* county and reports are to For same days last year 20
an 39 1,34t her home in Lawtey after vis- the effect that the is looking
Th v 1(1( 78 a Blanket Alma Jordan; Song, coma into production and crop Total to Thursday this week.. 263

Ib"II 69 64 it In Starke with friends. Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Parrish and Thanksgiving at Grandpa's .prl- new products are ready for ship exceptionally. good. The first berries Letlura. ,1'F G'r t

f it e. t 66 43 .07 Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Hodges spent mory room; Catching the Turkey, ment. Tomatoes) have been. added of this.. season made their appearance Shipments up to lout Saturday 2 4+ oa, r
i
rainfall for week 1.41 in! Christmas ties are always ap Reno Dykes The Story of aSeed, this week. on the market last week '
II a Total Saturday with the latter's son-in- ; For" same period In 1929 ___ B
! Ill preciated. 'Look our line over. law and daughter/ Mr. ''and Mrs five primary glrUi Sketch The Fall bean shipments are now at and with seasonable weather shipments ' For" week ending!' November 22:: 2 v '4tri

1611, Gun shells at KIckllter's. The Quallty'Store. M. C. McKinney. Maids of PlyinouUu high schoolgirls their peak with the upper Everglades .should begin about December For same week last year 4 ;" e

; The Sad Goodbye: ,,, six primary still the greatest' source of 1.DeSotn. "
It tl, -- First four days this week ___ G ) ,
of Gainesville, Col. and'Mrs. J. L. Frazee returned Mr. and Mrs. C. children; announcements; supply. Last week's movement county, Arcadia ,the rN
th ,, T Dell Jr., E. Winchel For name days last year ____ 1 t ,
nUt, lent Thanksgiving with his cous- Saturday from Sebring their daughter, Mrs. Barnes, and Song America theautlful, con- from the Glades was over 121 principal shipping point, has a Total to Thursday this week_ 9 i a'7''

makctlnJ Brownlee. where they spent several days. three children of New Britain, gregation and school Benediction, ears As soon as the present crop large volume of cucumbers and > v
Milton Iepp4 r* y ., +
'' -- i Conn., have arrived to spend the Rev. E. D. Mowry. Ice cream and of beans Is harvested plantings peppers and with weather conditions e ?
Shipments to last Saturday 162
H. Roberta of New York, Mrs. J. L. Simmons spent last winter at their country home on cake were sold at the close of the will start for the winter and spring continuing favorable It Is expected up '
pr E. For same period In 1929 ____ 22 ? }' dr
week in Lake City with her mother
. Cl flailing' his sister, Mrs. E. L. the Kingsley Lake road. program. crop, which should be ready to that shipments will con- For week ending November 22 94 .. w, wk'
Mrs. N, E. Chancey, On Thursday evening there was start to market In February, with tinue unabated for several weeks. '
For same week last 14
Igg" year
Mrs Milton Lang Mr. and Mrs. another Informal dance at the pa- shipments continuing until late in Up to last Saturday 37 solid carloads ?

Lerlton's Tailor Shop-Clean- Mr. and Mrs. J. F.,Colley spent R, V, 'Alvarei and children and vilion. Sandwiches and coffee were the spring.At of cucumbers and peppers For First four'days days last this week 18 .1 I ]1
same __ 3
nOl s and pressing. 11-14-tf. Thanksgiving in Jacksonville with Mr. and Mrs. J, B. Moore and served during the evening. present the planting of 1,000 had been shipped out of this coun- Total to Thursday this year week: -_ 181 w "

dlr.oo h relatives. daughter, Ruth Virginia of Way- I Mr. and Mrs..Edwin Wiggins acres of miscellaneous vegetablesIn ty for this season and several carloads Tomatoes ,FIB ?' ,

Miss Amelia Ray spent cross, Ga., were guests of Mr. and and family, of Green Cove Springs, addition to the bean plantings\ of squash, eggplant and ;
Shipments up to last 27
,VloJmli in Jacksonville this week Mr. Clyde Crews of Worthington Mrs. L. V, Moore Thanksgiving. spent Thanksgiving In Keystone la In progress. It Is said that 6,540 beans have been moved In express Saturday u
yi For same period In 1929 0 +
relatives. Springs, 'was a visitor here I Heights with Mri.Wiggins' mother acres of beans had been plantedup shipments and truck load lots. Tomatoes u. l
th For week ending November 23 19
Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. J. F Colley ''and Mrs. ''Ellen Wiggins!: to November'1 In the Lake nee- ) are almost ready for shipments 4
to
For
week last t
same 0
4n 'Myrtlce Mr. and Mrs: Cadmanand tlon. Of this and early cabbage will be year t
v J. C. DuBose and family of Ford spent Sunday in 1'htllp acreage 2,884 acres *
Dr. First four days this week __.: 24 + ,
Col. and Mrs A. S. Crews ,? ;
beach' pent Thanksgiving motored Ocala with Mr. and Mrs. J. E. daughter, Frances* of ,.Orlan were planted In October Total ready for cutting In about ten p e rh
era For same days last _
larMa Starke. to Jacksonville Thursdayand Robinson. They were accompanied do, spent nereral'idays.i including acreage of' beans and all other days, although the actual carload year 0It ., ,IrkVegetables
Total to
Thursday this week 4j
spent the day. home bY' Katie Fugate who Thanksgiving1.' ''As' guests of Rev. vegetable crops. in thls'area Is 6- shipments are not expected to start .

IKelIn Gordon Hosiery In Xmas boxed i spent the T'llinksglving' holidays and Mrs. B. R. Weld. 347, and with the Interplanttng until around December 18. .
Mr. Brooks of' Green Shipments to lust 617
Shipman up ; Saturday
the Quality Store there. ', : Dr; Paul1'' UIrrt--of' Jacksonville, totals 6.657 acres Of this acre- Hernando county up to last Sat- '
I Cove Springs was a visitor in For same period In 1929 __, :: 183
ire spent Thanksgiving. with his mother age 2,884 acres are planted to urday had shipped approximately:
For week ending November 22
I'uPrm Circle No. 2 of the Baptist W. Starke Tuesday. Miss Lucille Mitchell, Miss Mrs. Ell*' Bird. beans. Acreage of peppers Is. 68, 120 carloads of vegetables. ', ship 207
For anode
week last .___
r U will meet Monday afternoon Elizabeth Kendrick, Miss Beatrice Mr. E. P. Caughey, Miss Eliza- tomatoes 60, potatoes, 327 okra ments for the last three weeks averaging year 61
Merrill Striith left Tuesday for First four days thin week _
Iii t 13:30.: with Mrs. ,C. - Bryant Bullen. Miss June Bullen, Miss beth Caughey, Mr; and Mrs. C. H. 37, eggplants 79, lima beans 83. about 25 carloads a week, 78 ,
JackHonvllle to work for the state For same days last _.._
Patricia Lamb and Mr. Jim Hitch Clark drove to Crescent City for corn 23, peas 66, olnlons 11, cab It in. estimated by grower officials year 31

Mr. A 1: Kahr, Jr., road department.A attended the executive meeting of their Thanksgiving dinner. bage 91, carrots 36, blakeyed peas that 130 cars will be shipped by Total...to..-Thursday.. ..... this week 696

,. ire In Gainesville Tuesday night the North Florida Young People's Mrs. Wm. Pierce was the din- 6, small 26, romaine two and a the close of the season. Thin
few beautiful hand coloredframed
,ending a tire dealers meeting. Presbytery at Green Cove Springs ner guest; of Her. and Mrs. K, 1). half, collards 1, celery 20, beets would indicate about three times HKHVM'HM: : AT HAXTOX F Irg
of Lake
pictures Klngsley.
Sunday Mowry Thanksgiving/: 30, lettuce 10, broccoli 5, cauliflower the vegetable production of last l

mIr Cabbage and onion plants. J. F, Priced away they down.will be See them Hoover right Mrs "'. M. \Vnlrath' and son, five, Savoy cabbage five. year In this aren. Preaching} services will bo held ''p, rt

ckllter.Mi away or gone. The .education committee of the Lawrence, returned Sunday evening Thin. does not 'Include the acreageof Dade county bass' started( tomato next Sunday afternoon :2:30 I:
lirou. Studio. 12-5-21
", --- -- Woman's Club has secured Rev. from' Covlngton: Ga., where large companion In the. middle shipments, 27 cars going out up o'clock, at the Baxton church, Rev,

I and Mrs. C, A. Flitch\ ando W. S. Stoney. rector of St. Johns they visited l another son Oludns. to last Saturday, This Is considerably W. II. Christy, pastor of the Law- ',
Mr. Mrx. J. M. Hrnwnlee
and
Mack, visited Jacksonville I and family and Mrs. S. E. Brown- KplHcopul: \ church\ of Gainesville, to Jr., a (student at "Kmory; Fronk'i I The Outer I111I\ district in Sum- earlier I tliiin \last season when I t ley Methodist church, In (charge.: k

er r hurHllay.W give ,an address) on education at They also attended the (] ; ter county, one of the heaviest' the first shipments went out early All are invited! ,
of Mr. and Mrs. S.
were guests
11..10
the regular! meeting of the Wom- Tecf'lorldlgome at Atlanta on bean chipping point In the slate, ).; '

sell Gilt Edge Feeds, the ;T. Dell In CalnoBVllI! Sunday. an's Club to be held next Wednos- Tlianknglvliitr lay I Is making' 'its usual) heavy'ship S1'RAlJPRRSS1NG COMPANY ii '1r.1! '1' (

u the right prlces'at. White's. .day, the 8th Inst. A book shower Mrs. J. H. Lawrence and daughter -I manta, from an acreage of about ,
N. T. Bitch and sons, N. T. SUITS CLEANED) 1'KESSED AND RESHAPED 1'
Mrs.
1t
{
Holen
It* 11':1be: \ held at this mooting. All drovo to Orlando to 3.S80 acres, \;

and Tommy and Mnt. C. A. Knightwere who have books to contribute to spend TlmnkHglvlun/ : w.'th.; t'elativell.1 The Wauduila section )has ship J. Frank Thoman-Phone 52 ' : ?
In Jacksonville Fri ) :
Mi ind, Mrs. H. O, Brown and I shopping the club library, ,plrani l'lngthem Mrs. Wllxon, ,MjH Mae Kennedy -- I ,; { :

1:11 of Miami, were visitors"' day. on Wednesday.KEYSTONE Mils Gertrude Ho/tllI"r/( and Mr.' J ..."" f t.cT6

luring the week-cud. 4 !Edwin: Larson aU ndvd the State
III I'. and Mrs C. D. Shank{ : and Teacher Cony,Intion Itt Orlando 6,

.. little daughter Betty Lewis, spent ; S'M
Ito ler, of Lawtey, wan at- llB/iTS Friday and Saturday.'! FRIDAY
lie week-end in Jacksonville with SATURDAY
to business mutters In Mr /and l Mr/<. Philip. CndmunMi ,

I Monday. friends.Mr. It".. Helen 0.*...., See. Frances Cadmnn, and Rev SPECIALS
,
--" and Mrs. H. 11. Weld wero dinner DEC 5th DEC 6th a
Livingston
and George
Mrs
. IIlU'woven Socks 2 for $1 Mr. 1). O. Stewart Is responsible" guests; of Mr. and\ Mi's., E. A. Smith
J and grandson, Held McMasters, of '
make ideal, Christmas gifts. Qual- for another delightful costume on Saturday.Mr. .
Mr. and
of
,I tk :Store:> Tampa, were guests dance which was given at the i>uvlllon and( Mrs sic E. Carr, Mrs.KIwell VAN CAMP'S
Mrs. J. M. Alvarez Monday
last Tuesday evening.! The \ Robinson, Mr. Jack Pack

Ool; and Mrs. D..E. Knight made Mr. Jim' Hitch, brother. of Mr. prizes: for costumes were awarded ard, Miss/ Elizabeth Caughey, Mr. MILK .- _ _ _. . '. .. ._ 3 Large Cans q. q. .. 25c

r I professional trip to Jacksonville to MlHs! Helen Ogden and Mr. Leland Leland Howard and Mr, 1) Id. <
Sanford Hitch, of Clover S, C.,
Tuesday Howard. I Pungborn all attended the theatreat I KLUE ROSE ,4 I''
who arrived Sunday has accepteda
Mm KIwell': Robinson hostess Gainesville. Saturday. evening.
,
was, -
position at the state! farm. RICE . . __ ___ _ ___ __ 5 Pounds '
Dr H, D. McLendon of the state at a lovely bridge party Wed-, Mrs. George Howard was hostess ._ _.. _' _._ _.. _. 25c, t i t 7,wt
nnxduy evening! The high"': scores at a very delightful' tea Sunday !
farm, spent Thanksgiving in MrsV.. E. MIddleton, Miss CLEARI1ROOK
were made by Miss Gertrude] afternoon at her Log Cabin Tearoom
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starke with friends. Mad MIddleton and Miss HazelMIddleton
KB
Rouser and Mr. Russell Hall and at.lIl1l<:rest, BUTTER tn

were shopping In Jacksonville i the low prizes were given to Miss The fifth In .JIerlea.of mliwlon Quarters - __ Pound _' "_ _. .. _M__ .. .. 39c a
Mrs. O. O. W Alderman tnd Saturday.Mr. I
Helen Ogden and Mr. Gene, Ilel- ary talks ,was given, Sunday evening BEST FOODS.

Mlns Pearl Jordan were shopping berger. Delicious refreshments In, tho;,,cliurehMrB4, n, R
and Mrs. E. L. MIddleton
In Jacksonville Tuesday. I were served at the close of the Weld was-the speaker ; NUCOA . .Pound '
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and daughter of Jacksonville spent I Mr and Mrs ,11. HJ .Mlcbel and -- - _' _. ._ _. ____ 23c
E evenlnir... The invited guests Included <
Sunday with Dr, ana Mrs. W. '
"
Mesdames Russell Hall two sons of Jacksonville George GOODWIFE
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pi A %WORD MIddleton.Mr... and. Mrs. R. V. Mills" and I: Alrald Bliss, The Jack Misses Packard Gertrude, .Austin Houser Wellder Wellder W.of of Palatka Jacksonville: Dr.., and, Jack Mrs. Self rising (FLOUR ___ ____._ _24 Pounds _ _T_._ ___ _ .. 69c rjflH*r

Robert
daughter Elizabeth of Jacksonville ; Helen Lawrence, Elizabeth Martin and lion, Bobby,
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. South- CASTLE HAVENTOMATOES '.
COLUMN spent Thursday with Mr, and Caughey, Arneeta Ogden,' Erma
Johns, Helen Ogden and Messrs erland,over Thanksgiving.' SStKfvjP

Mrs. F. F, Flume. Donald Pangborn, Archie Black, ---. No.' 2.. .can ._ _ .. .3 cans _. .. ._ _. _. __ _ _ _ 25c '

I NO TRESPASSING, for rent, for Messrs. Arthur Moody and Dan Kenneth Hoover Gene Heiberger,, NEW VARIETY OP ItKRIUKH F lATCr BRAND - #
MissesClassle Leland Howard, Jack Packard,,
Bale cards at this office. Moore of Jacksonville, fUll TO BK DOITfO WELL
and Rosa Hodges motoredto Russell Hall and Harold Law Pink SALMON _. Pound Can w:
rence. _ __. 2 for ._ _ 25c ; & .
Archer Sunday. Dr. B. H. Sanchez who Is) exper

| FOR SALE-Must sell Immediately MI'. and Mrs. B. R. Weld and I men ting this season on an'exten-
KIHIan of Black Mr. and Mrs. W.. H. Ogden add siTe FULL LINE FRUIT
a tine horse, together with Mrs. J. W. ': scale with 'a new variety- of CAKE INGREDIENTS ; HSM.
harness. Priced very reasonable. Mountain, N. C., arrived Wednesday daughters Arneeta and Helen strawberries stated yesterday that ;

A. Stobo. M-28-2t to be with her father Mr. J. spent a very enjoyable day at Silver the plant are how showing up Citron Peel, Orange,Peel Lemon Peel 'Candied t

M. Truby who 1s 111. Springs Thursday. fine and that wttbWi'week' '' or two Cherries;

| FOR SALE Fresh eggs for Mr. and Mrs. Wm.. Ewing and ha expects td haT a large amountof Candied Pineapple :Candied Ginger 4; rkaax ,
'' Raisins ,
,
breeding Rhode Island Red. a Mrs. M.jE< Edwards left Wednesday daughter Miss Ruth Rogers of Indianapolis 'bloom on'them There: le'! already :, ,,' ,. Currants, 1, "
for visit lad., arrived In Keystone "forNda81bb1aetrf{ {' cFige and
Jacksonville a '
let of l&'fol'U.OO.! Geo. F. hint Heights Friday to the '
Love spend ?
Mrs. John patch and Indications are'thatIt '
daughter
with her
Muller Lake. It ;, ,
,. Klngsley ,
WIIkeB. winter. This Is Miss Rogers, third will be increasedgreat!! deal In '" t

winter at Keystone and her parents the !
next coup? of weeks.
FARM farms
WANTED i want > PILLSBURY .
Sternberg Mr, If. C. second winter here. Dr. Sanches Is '
(for cash buyers. Describe give Mr. N. going to keep an
R. F. Demorest and Mr. Mr and Miss Edgar Washbnrn accurate record PAN-C ARE .
Price. R. McNown 408 Wllkln- Wall. Mr. on the berries pro- FLOUR2 : : '
lon 18-6t-St A. E. Wall attended the Shrine of Columbus Ohio spent a part duced from these plants daring ... .. :. _' .;_....._ _ __' 25c .
Omaha. Neb. '
Jacksonville Wed- of Friday and Saturday with Mr the --: '' ', k
Ceremonial In season so' that, by, plant setting ''MAXWELL{ HOUSE ; -
and Mrs. W. H. Ogden.
WILL : 50c a nesday night. time next'spring'h* will have
PAY JllOO quart or
Mr. and Mrs. A, B. Radford and some definite information COFFEE . ..:: Pound .
..
Pint for strawberries, pints pre- offer _- ---- -- Can _
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Mrs C. L. Thornton of Hart. Mrs. Radford's mother Mrs.Hodgos growers of this section regarding .- ..- __...._ __ -- 35cOCTAGON
,
ferred Hampton, '
at J. V. Jones. returned'to '
or my place on road C. A, Dar ford Ala:, returned to her home Keystone the new variety: He will keep records 4
from Meadvllle, Pa. Fri.
Heights .
Thursday after several days visit front a nnniber of different
ling. 11-28-21

here with her sister Mrs. J. B. 'made day. Keystone Mr. and Mrs.Heights' Radford their have win. angles prehensive'record and hopes'to have a com TOILET SOAP.- ...- .---. .... _____.,, _3 Bars for .. .. __ _ __ _.._ 23c

WANTED Sweet potatoes, Saul. of the new'variety
OCTAGON
home three winter
ter previous which Is'the'Blakemor'

chickens eggs and producs.ofall The most personal gift In theworldthat's Mr. and Mrs. Sprour have returned tyPlant_ City''Coarler. va- ., 'WashingPowders &

kind,. Can use pecans; send ___ . -6 Boxes for
but to Keystone Heights and 1. 4'' '
not expensive _. .. _. __ _ 23c
samples with best cash prices.It H'SELOX
have brought Mrs. Petty. Mrs. + ' .
A'OTIfTBThe
wealth of sentiment
C Waters Sanford Fla. 11- that carries a Arrange to- pour's mother with them. :_ ..:. ...: .:.. _25c Package for 4' '

-2l.U- -day your'photograph.for a sitting and your photographs Mr. and Mrs. Ray Lawrence and library of the Woman's IRIS . ... .___ .-_ .- -- .- ._ __ ._ ___ .. .. I2c "

LoST .. rnmbUeat will be ready for Christmas family drove to St.- Augustine Fri, Clob of Starke; ht open every Saturday -
Cushion from
,
Bros. Stu- day. afternoon from 3:30 to ( POTATOES
Dodge roadster on street dio. mailing. Hoover 1-2-8-21. Mr. B. R. Weld and Mr. J. !;:. o'elock: yAII'' Interested' In getting . ._ + -10 Pounds 29c '

near N. D. Walnwrlght home. Larson drove to DeLand Saturdayto book, call at tb*'above hour

Taken out of car about three and' Mrs. J. M. Alvarez see the Stetson-Southern game. . L' . ,, -ft
Mr.
weeks ago. Return this office.It* were guests of their soninlawand Mr. Larson's brother played. on (!.tlU OF TIU.NKH sa

daughter Mr and Mrs. W. P. the Stetson team. .--.

The church and school of Key. We wish to thank
of Tampa for Thanksgiving. our neighbors -
FOlt Randall *
SALE-18 acre farm located stoa Heights united in a' Thanksgiving and friends for their many A

one mile west of 'Stark, near service and program 'given acts of kindness to as following

Wad No.. 28. Has nice three- of the Woodmen Circle lathe school auditorium Wednesday the death of our ton, J. G., and for Where

room boas Farm implements Ladles cake pie and candy night. .Mri. E. A. Smith had the lovely flower Mr.'and Mrs. Satisfaction llf a Certainty
hold a
will
Included. Priced Very reasonable of .Meade's Market charge of the music The fellow- K.'T. Ct rw.. '

A. Stobo. U.28.Zt- sale in front I jh

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December O, 1O3O their faces, and worshipped God. I'M: VERBAL BIBLE SUNDAY
And the Worst is Yet CJvr&lIln
The Universal Chorus And Saying, We give thee thanks, 0 to Comew
every creature which Is in heaven, Lord God Almighty, which art, Tallahassee, Dec. ..Governor
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h and on earth, and such as are In and waet, and are to come; because Doyle E. Carlton urges the obser-
the sea, and all that are in them, i thou hast taken to thee thy vanse next Sunday, December 7, of
a heard I laying, Blessing, and hon- great power, and bast resigned Universal Bible Sunday in the
our, and glory, and power be un- Rev. 11:18,17. churches throughout Florida. The
Hy word is n Ump unto my fed, and n light ante my pitL-Pitlm 119:105.: to him that sltteth upon the Prayer: "Jesus, hall! Enthroned -: American Bible Society, an organ-

throne, and unto the Lamb for ev- in glory ,There forever to ization which t Issues annually over
olltnlffitf rff-Wrtrtttil All relitfoua teaching, doctrine or
it million copies of Bibles,
eleven
+ Croed.Uthey are to have any claim er and ever-Rev. 5:13.: abide
ipon the love, loyalty and devotion of the people must be in harmony with Prayer: Let all the people Testaments, and portions in closeto
4 the teachings of Jesus the Christ whose words fit Into every fold and crevice praise Thee, 0 God. two hundred languages, has
of the human heart, and of whom it was laid in John 7:46,"NEVER MAN IlfinlM>r 7, UKIO METHODIST been sponsoring Universal Bible
i'' SPAKE LIKE THIS MAN." The Innumerable Company - Sunday over a period of years.

, ( WKKKI.Y: : HHKMOM-STTi; : : heaven - Bald, Behold I see the After this I beheld, and, lo, a Preaching every Sunday at 11a. Thousands of churches throughout I
m. and 7: 30 p. m.
heavens opened, and the Son oman great multitude, which no, man the United States as well as
Sunday school at 9:45: a. m. E.
tit n (lirlHt for All-.III for ('IlI'l.t, standing on the right hand of, could number, of all nations, and K. Perryman,Supt., many Christian churches abroad .3
Mattel! 19-1C: 17 20. :21. nod" Thin seems to be the only, kindreds, and people, and tongues Prayer meeting Wednos- Join In this movement which was
it And, behold one came and Bald place where anyone, except Christ, stood before the throne, and be day, 7:30 m every conceived and is promoted to emphasize -
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p.
I' unto him flood Mauler, what good applt d to him the term, "Son oMan fore the Lamb, clothed with white A cordial invitation Is extended the essential position
t thing shall I do, that I may have' ." Then the Jews "Cried out robes, and palms In their hands I to you to attend any or all of which the Bible occupies: in the
I'' eternal! life? 17. And he said unto with a loud voice, and stopper and cried with a loud voice, say- these services. spiritual life of men and women.In .

I' itil i't Mm, Why rallest thou me good I their ear, and ran upon him with Ing, Salvation to our God which -_- -- endorsing Universal Bible
There l III none good/: but one, that one accord, and cast him out of s'tteth: upon the throne, and unto Sunday Governor Carlton says: "It
' S la, God: but If thou wilt enter into f the city and stoned him." Under the Lamb,---Rev. 7:9: 10, I'R1C411V714R1.LN: Is very appropriate that one Sun-

life, keep the commandments. 20. the Montuc law no person should Prayer So, Lord we also day In the year be set aside, as
The young man earth unto him, be killed within the city, and at would sing, Alleluia! Services Sunday December 7, as 'Bible Sunday.' No one can pre- ,'c
y; All those things have I kept from least two witnesses were required TM-emlx-r<< 8, 10:10: Follows: tend to be well Informed without Ar

t sir my youth up: what lack I yet? to condemn a person to death. Theexecution The Glory Song And all the 10 a. m. Sunday school, J, M. a knowledge of the Bible. As a

I ,. 21. Jexus Bald unto him. If thou of one condemned was angels",( stood round about the Truby, supt. code of morals and a standard of
and the witnesseswero throne, and about the elders and 11 Morning worship, ser life it has equal from the
wilt be perfect, go/: and Bell that to be by stoning, a. m. no "
1' ''lt a thou bant nnd give; to the poor, required to cast the first the four beasts, and fell before the mon by the pastor. standpoint of literature It Is ina = fffl1 ) A' 7fW'
''xi i and thou shalt have treasure In Htoneii They had given Stephena throne on their faces, and worshipped 6:30: p. m."Christian Endeavor, class all by Itself."
t i heaven: and roma and follow me. form of trial before the Shan- God, Saying, Amen: Blessing, topic, "TheBest, Christmas gifts," s
Prayer! 0 Lord, before we called hedrln, where they "Set up false and glory, and wisdom, and Leader Mrs. W, II, Hart. nuiEr nusiNKss LAWN
Thou didst answer and while witnesses" against him. "And the thanksgiving, and honour, and 7:30: p. m:> Evening worship, AUK FOUND HKLPFUL

It'' we were yet speaking Thou didst witnesses laid down their clothesat power, and might, be unto our sermon and 'song. Sermon- topic, a
, a young man's feet, 'whose Cod for ever and ever, Amen.-- "The Thing that Cannot be It a note is lost or stolen it -
hear.What does God's spirit do for name was Saul." Rev 7:11. 12. Shaken. does not release the maker; he

hr ; A1 ua Answer, read--Romans 8:26.: "And then stoned Stephen, Prayer: "Worship, honor, power Prayer meeting Wednesday .1 must pay it it the conslderatlln I
t tJrt calling upon God, and Baying Lord and blessing, Thou art worthyto 7:30 p. m. for which it was given and the 1
t 'i Jesus, receive my spirit And he receive." A cordial invitation to all our amount can be proven.
t SCHOOL I kneeled down, and cried with, a Dweinber<< O, I93O services extended to all. Notes bear interest only when so +o'" I
SUNDAY '
j I LESSON loud voice, Lord, lay not this sin A Startling Question And stated.
to their charge./: And when lie one of the elders answered, saying THANKSGIVINGThe Principals are responsible for en by an intoxicated person can- the bill when he received It.
I
d ' M' L-_ had said this, he fell asleep" into me What are the e..whlch the acts of their agents.. not be collected. If a letter containing notice

,. ,I roil UI<;('I.\n"n:: : 7, 'IfMO: This scene at the death of are arrayed In white' robes and Thanksgiving service at the Each individual in a partnershipIs It is a fraud to conceal a fraud. protest of non-payment be put in,
1 ---- Stephen' was very like that at the whence came they? And I said Presbyterian church on Thanks- responsible for all the debts of Signatures with a lead pencil are to the post office, any mlncarrlanj

Subject) Stephen. crucifixion of Christ lIe died into him, Sir, thou knowest. And giving Day proved a happy and the firm except In the case of a good in law. does not affect the party giving DI,,,
gyp;, Golden Text: "They chose asking God to forgive his ene- he said to me. These are they successful meeting both as to attendance special partnership. The acts-of one partner bind the tlce.
4. ib i Stephen, a man full of faith and mies. If we could only acquire which came out of great tribulation and the quality of the The word "limited" in connection others. Notice of protest may be KB! ,
I; of the Holy Ohoat.'t Acts 6:5. that-spirit, we would do much to- and have washed their robes, I service The church was filled to with a firm names indicatesa "Value received" should be either to the place of business|
i; t Lesson Text: Acts 6:7-54-60.: ward carrying put the will of and made them white in the bloodof capacity and the sermon by Rev limitation of responsibility for written in a note. residence of the party notified.
When the ,arly church was established Christ 'A writer says, "lie who the Lamb.-Rev. 713; 14. G. P. Raymond ,of tW Baptist each member The maker of an "accommodation" .
at Jerusalem they adopted would die with Stephen's prayer II Prayer: "Hall, Thou once despised church, was a strong 'and helpful Ignorance of the law excuses no bill or note (one for which Farmers who plan their 19i!
the voluntary community of upon his lips must\ spread the spirit Jesus Thou didst suffer to release one. A mixed quartette consisting he has received no consideration) farming to make a living will fim
goods among Its members. The of Christ over the whole of dally us." of Mrs. J. D. Doyle, Miss Isabel one.An agreement'without consideration having lent his name or credit for themselves better off than thai

Grecian Jews soon complained that,, life." December 10, 1930 I Fernandez, Messrs. J. F. Kick- of value Is void.A .- the benefit of the holder, is not who farm to make money
their widows were neglected 'in'' The Final Conquest-The king- ,, liter and John Powell, rendered a note made on Sunday, or one bound to the person accommodated -
' the dally distribution of supplies.,! DULY KKADINCHl doms of this world are becomethe beautiful selection and a fine solo dated ahead of its issue, is void, but is bound'to all other par- A good farmer makes a poi
"Then the twelve called the >>>mtM>r !A, 1IHW kingdoms of our Lord, and was given by Mr, John Powell. but> It may be dated back. ties, precisely as If there were a peasmlst-he won't be discounted :
multitude of the disciples unto'i The Lamb of God-Worthy la of his Christ; and he shall reign The singing by the congregation Contracts made on Sunday can- good consideration. .
them, and said, It l is not reason) the Lamb that was slain to receive for ever and ever-Rev 11:16.: was spontaneous and hearty. The not be enforced.A A consideration is not' sufficient
that we should leave the word of I power, and riches, and wisdom Prayer: Even so come quickly offering( taken for the Children's note made by a minor is voIdIn in law If it is illegal in its nature. ,Jacksonville Qualify She
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Cad and serve tables. Where and strength and honour, and Lord Jesus. Amen.DwcmtHT Home Society netted $17, which some states and is voidable on Checks or drafts must be pre- opened Its new shoe department
fore, brethren, look ye out among : glory, and blessing-Rev. 5:12. II, HMO has been increased to $20 by later Judicial decision In others. sented for payment without unreasonable on. mezzanine floor.
you seven men of honest report, Prayer: "0. Lamb of God, still I Thanksgiving And the four donations. Revs J. T. Guy, L. W A contract with a minor or a delay Tarpon Springs Tar II o'
full of the Holy Ohost and wisdom -, keep me Near to Thy wounded I !and twenty elders, which sat be- Klckllter and G, If, Lowry participated lunatic is void.A An indorser has a right of action Springs Canning plant Increaiin
whom we may appoint over side." I 'ore God on their Boats, fell upon In the service note obtained by fraud or glv- against all whose names were on output capacity.Wilfred .
this business. They chose Stephen -' - '

a man full of faith and of the r 1 I ISA'I
: "Erv" Hess
Alfred'and Winifred By
Holy Ghost, and Philip, and Pro- Sister Copyright 1930. Inch syndicate
chorus, and Nlcanor, and Timon,
and Parmenan, and Nicolas * ow A6OOT THOSE GIE: -WIL F I FORGoT GOSH -It's\ LUCKY I SAW WEtl-'O.K.BUT. THAT NIGHT r. ( HERE VOO ARESWEETHEART /
And Stephen, full of faith and \HUNDRED PENNIES WMATK ALL A000T THAT VOO-Wilt VOO LOAN M6 GET THIS- / : '.

power, did great wonders and miracles YOU PROMISED TO PAY ,I'LL PAY YOU BACK A DOLLAR FOR LUNC -I'LL EITHER THAi BUCKRETURNED HER '5 'THE" DOLLAR; ( WHEN I SAV I PAYBACK
among the people. Then ME BACK LAST WEEK ?) TONIGHT- MAYBE'THE PAV YOU BACK TONIGHT 15 ORVOU YOU SORE GOT ME \ \ I KEEP MV 1
there arose certain of the synagogue :! . WHEN I CALL ON WINIFRED RING OTHER DOT OP: A PINCH ? / [ WORD GRAB IT
which is called the synagogue DOOR BELLS- THIS MORNING \ / V OLD eo'l-GRA IT/. ,
0.
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l fo the Libertines, and Cy- ; J'
1'HANf<.5 MUCH\ -
renlaiiH and Alexandrians, and of .i r. ,
them of Clllcla and of Asia, disputing : ne "
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with Stephen. And they rf' WILFO aC ;
were not able to resist the wisdom p'a
and the spirit by which he spake." a '

The number of disciples multi-

plied greatly and many priests
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united with the church. These t H-
were probably the less Important ___ I I
J prlefttc. who did not have the

prejudice against Jesus, as did
_
the high priests and scribes.

The Libertines mentioned Inverse etir .CRv'" .... U
9 were the Jews, or the descendants J./'55.
of Jews who were taken -,,

t) to Rome as slaves by Pompey ..
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I when he captured Judea some 60 --- ----. - .. .- ----
;years before Christ. MAIN THING ON MAIN STREET"
When those persons were freed By L. F. Van Zelm

and returned to Jerusalem they
formed societies of their own and / #/

had their own synagogues. It is L GooD-9'fS &AN RCtNN&
said there were more than 400 HAN'1LEADING r. NoW /

j synagogues in Jerusalem. NSVSPAPEO RtIr4 ALONG 8tQH / \
C A CO h1ITICFAUTV PARtA
Concerning the seven deacons j T watt IN
Peloubet says, "From the Greek CLOUD BURST HITS / a cAr'h' van, eE THr putlE ) /

names of the persons chosen MAIN STRUT T ? CHER /I

Stephen, Philip, Prochorus, Nlcanor 7o9/7

Tlmon, Parmenas, and Nicolas
Chit Of 1laY3". rtlssC I' l a /I / '
- we may infer, though not with 119 1rYb RAN/eANI/ At1Y0U1
.Wt ,c 1YL1 R Stso 1 / / ER9
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absolute certainty, that they were :
of Grecian descent The reason I FELL ON MAIN REf7 I 4' t- / s
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M9 .CTGRf X t. /
I I. / aA Got D'wM
for choosing Hellenists would be f-UNS PEcPlt Vttt OUUIU / /
simply that the complaint had 1/A ,aQ54 T "<#> A u f / SID '
come from the Hellenists, and the )Gaff'! +tn'Nr Tj H5AS. '1 1., I I I /. I 1Oiu7 [ dlt f NEAEr14NI.
church. In Impartial love, was disposed iirruanmtt jf / Tii'AtcFSJttAULFt
to give them all advantage > ff, 3IDDe! : /) r / / I
v' in the election.
1r The "Were of good
seven repu- ., '
ati
l
tation, full of the Holy Spirit and L'C T+i's Ul/(4e 17l1/a '213Y .w ti +I l ,
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wisdom.

"Stephen, full of faith and pow, ,., r2i p, au a 'rt
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arose certain of the synagogue DOROTHY, 1)) RNiT
disputing with Stephen. It is > Charles McMa111tSt
said this "disputing" was not
t "quarreling, but debating with TU'tTUT I'LlSEEMIMHE5 _
great earnestness the points In re- A PAL OF MINE THERE ME IS IN 1115 HELLo. OLD STOCKIN; I HIAgT ISRiCHrouvycoVf AtLL'S'' '
OFFICECET +
I IoW. ,
,, "Bard\ to which the Jews and Christians i'LL CETYotJ.Yc11R Joe pll. HOWS VOOR! HEART ? CoT ||
THE KID 1415
did not agree. Dut Stephen' -
W H 59 DACKFtFZED CQMF t mvf,'J'U MA'a
opponents "Were not able to ME I'LL MISS OOO BACK-OR. fitS
resist the wisdom and the '
spirit p1 I' COF'LE AND Roll LL QUIT MY- ,
by which he spake. "
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THfi
IN SLF ;
Becoming angered, the Jews
sailed Stephen and took him before MotgrtNNovJ I_ rt7
y"4Jtl
the Jewish council.

They set up false witnesses who .
s testified against Stephen, "Then I
said the high priest, aro these
,t things so" Stephen then began his

, notable defense of nearly two "
chapters, closing with a terrific
t accusation "When they heard

j these things, they were cut to..the :

t heart, and they gnashed on him .
with their teeth" .
Stephen had just accused themof
killing the prophets and mur- /

dering the Christ, and then Stephen ..--. ,

"Looked upsteadfastly Into _. /AS. rap.Ia 4I s.
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property" of her grandfather Mr, the rvrord of my ottlo. anil I III true FOil TAX DICED ..; 7
M. L. John ; ; and correct to the bext of my knowl-

The news of the assassination of I edge. and belief. I also certify that Notice In hereby. riven that C. IL '
S. I l- Do You Know lit. following U a ll,.t of all county
B. H. JOURNAL"The Abraham Lincoln l is dramatically I :- -:- I II II depoaltorle, showing of th month. halanr hnr-. Inach Clark 1. 3rd day holder of September of Tax Certificate, A. D. II No.23. }J ,

told. The terms of Lee's surrender In' first at the mated does and the the amount of hall filed said certificate In my office .0

Staff"Editorin.C and the .advancement of Sher security by each vuvh dvponltory.and ; and issue made. thereon application In aecordanc for tax with deedto

man's army t is also among tbe I amount of interest paid or credited law. Kald certificate embrace the
rturlnic said month by each saId '
ief Milton Brownlee prominent news Items. I depository rn accoUnt of current following described property Kltuated ..0J
) ---------------- In Bradford County Florida .3
We also noticed that there dally balance t- -
were o..amtljP: tlld.Y :
.- Hazel Adkins ; of tortta ? 0'.f*'
Editor Witness
--------? ---------- my of Block 1. Plnehurt Development l
Assistant not any football I
games reported III JUly, 1,30./ '
Overstreet Section II Township (, :
---- --------.------ Gary the edition. ? A. T. onIFPla. '
.
sports'Editc; . South Range, 13 Ea. .
EditOr ____________________ Muriel Silcox i Ceunty Huptertntendent.NOTIcfe I The .*..*..m.nt of said propertytinder
Literary :. the said certificate luv wa
I Editor ---------------- "Annie Mae Pearce ont rOKT'H .: OF FINAL IHSCIIAHOB In the. name of Unknown.
Exchange __m____ COI.NKK Unle*. Bald certificate. shall bft redeemed y
according to law. tax deed f ,.
J1t.tTtI three for long gains. T Not low I I. hereby /riven that sixty:! will ,U,"'u. thereon on the 8th day of t
\Dt'OltJ) mon pasties This week "Our Poet" has given day after date hereof. on to-wlt; the December. A. IX 1930

:I) HV FKRNANDINA The lineup for the Tornadoes: us a very good poem on ' 33rd:: day of ecmbr, 19SO, We, th* Dated this SOth day of October, A.
: underalned;, executor'* of the estate D. 11130.
Wainwright LH Thanksgiving. We hope everyone of Alice C. 1\\(. Hewka, deceased. will O. W. ALDERMAN .
Overstreet.) Miner LT will preaettt our voucher and final a<>- Circuit lirad-
By Gary enjoy reading this and all of Oar- Clerk of Court,
Honorable tleo. A.
( the
nount to
ford Florida.
Graham LCJ the others we have In the future. I diner' County Judoof Bradford County,
Ldford high wound up Itaball Inman (C.) C ThlLnklllildnlC =' i1wi County, Florida. for hla approvalanil ; U-7-5t-12-8.
Thursday after- : I 14 our season Brownlee RO Thanksgiving day Is almost here.A 34th October, 1930. NOTK'M 0..' FIMAI. UIIII'IIJoI .
,
defeat f.o'
taking a stinging Matheny RT W. HRIM1KNT andMA1I2
? by Pirates. SevEnion very great day of every year ) 1IKWKK SRHUENT. -
Fernandlna Sternberg: Hill For on this great welcomed day I / 10.14-5t13-l. Kxecutora.NOTICK Notice la hereby given' that sixty' '
played their last foot-; Robinson, L. QB Harvest day after. date hereof on to-wlt.
'Tamo D. II. S., Thursday was gathered by our j f .4 the 4th day of February lOll I. 1 the Tn
for Alvarez LII.
grandfather's grey. OF APIM.1CATIO\ underHlgneri Adn.lnietrn'tri* .,t the
I althOugh as a whole the sea- Cox RH TAX I KKI> Mutate of W.. M. llnrrell. ,1f......... [ the last game will present my votK-hern and final *? <
successful w
..as Robinson E. FB They met within the forest brown ) Notice la hereby. given that C 11. account to the Honorable' 0.... A. t )
L bad taste In the. boys' Then all of them assembled 'round _,JI I ict Clark, holder ot Tux Certificate N... llardliier, County, Judoje of Bradford ,
libs., I :slit Itixtia day of August A. I)., t1l28.t. County, Floridaand' auk for his approval t
WHAT WOl"I.IJ ILII'I'KN: IF? And all the people of this land M hit* tiled said certificate In my of. and my discharge: a* .uchAdministratrix.

| Tornadoes started thee Sent thanks to the Lord for His lice and made application for tax .
be that looked likere I deed to Issue. thereon. In accordance This. Bth dny of December, 19 J). .
tfith a drive Miss Florence gave a'short Eng. gentle hand. with law. Bald. certificate. embraces. hIlls"' Hl'I.All IIAItHKl.U: :
touchdown but they were Itch IV assignment? the following described property Kit- 12-5-Ot-l-3O. Admlnlatratrlx.MtHTKH'il ; .

ped short on the IB yard line Peek was not tardy. The men all went a-hunting: tinted In Bradford County IfloriUii -_-- ((1

I I ire Fernandlna took the ball on Lornea couldn't use big words The women went to cook- to-vita totn t 1 and I of Block '1. pin..hllnt : :SorueK OFHereby ""'.1'1 r\\

... IDI brought It back to Ida Mae knew her psychology. To Development Section 31, Townahlp S -
and prepare a great big dinnerIn South, Hunit 33 Kat. notice la given that under
[ks's 20 yard line where they I "Gator" couldn't take up the the forest or by the brook. The mi. Hnn>ent of said property and by virtue of that certain final
under the said certificate issued wa decree of Foreclosure made tv the '(' 4
)e held. whole history period with are. In the name of Win. )0(. Thoma Judtre' nf the 28th Judicial Circuit. .
Iii i first quarter was scoreless. The turkey had begun to gobble. Unless said certificate chall be redeemed In and for Bradford County, Florida, 4
scored their first port.Mr. according to law tax deed in Chancery, on the 4th day of No.v..mb.l'l .
.
fowling did not give a The deer had
[nandlna to
come drink
will lau thereon. on the 8th. day of A. IX. illS, 'In favor nf the
t touchdown In the middle of written lesson. And there the hunters slayed them D".mberl A. I>. 1930. Land Bank. of Columbia a I 4
on a long hLa'30th day of October corporation and against Mr*. JuliaA. 4
(second period _paBs.T Cleo combed her hair. At the edge of a little brink. .
the
A. **. 11130. cunningham:! O. C. Kelly, and
t ran around end for the extra Annie Mae wasn't hungry. G. 'W. ALD1ORMAN Lake Butler National Farm Loan

t. The half ended with the Ruth Williams did not make 95 Those hunters great then took Clerk of Circuit Court Association defendant 'The undernlKiied. -
Bradford county Florida an special' master will offer
e 7-0 In favor of the Pirates. in teachers' training.. them U-7-6t-13-. for Hale aol aell at the front: door
Ihe defense went to of the court house In Stark.. Florida .
Tornado A "rat" was on the honor roll. And started home
. so gay. -,........,. Cmmtlm *-*...I ft-. during the legal hour of sale
pIn lei In the last half of the game Billy Graham didn't get some They said to themselves this will NOTICR .OF APPMCATIOIV FOR on Monday January 6th. 1931. to

rernandina racked up three demerits at the first of the'month.Mrs. TAX bElCh the blithest and best. bidder far rash
be
surely I, THAT a mountain big ham" sheep. and goat can run faittr uphill .- the following described' property lying
3R *a scores. Two came In theId White let you speak in A real Thanksgiving Day. en the I.vel IT The photograph of a big' horn sheep on the Notice I'e hereby stlven that C. II. ; and being' In Bradford county

01 Quarter and another In the study hall.Everybody. side of what le almost' a precipice' In Jasper National Park Alberta, In (Clark holder of Tax Certificate' Nn. Florida to-wlt! "

1 period. passed Miss Fernan- Some of the Indians were friendly the i heart of the Canadian Rocky Mountains, give a good Ides) of the S has. 3rd filed day paid of certificate September,In A.my I>. ortlc 133, Southwest of Section quarter of Fifteen Southwestquarter <16>

euo 'alnwright received a severe des' geometry tests.EXTRA So the Pilgrims included them. ,)type of terrain In which these animal really fool at home.. and. made application for tax deed to Township Seven Smith flange.
Iry In the third ipsue thereon In accordance with Twenty (30) Kant.: East Fourteen(14V
to his jaw per- The squaws they helped the women ofHnttthsMHt
of Southeast quarter
I'ermltal embrace the acre
Lovell Is law Aald certificate
looking forward to an South Jacksonville
-
I. had to leave the EDITION Section Sixteen .
land game. following described' property. .situ quarter of
i Inman took his place at rlgb The braves they helped the men. even better season'',pext year. issued for remodeling number of clad. In llradford County "Florida to- (18) Township Seven (7) Mouth ,
1: old structures within old city limits wit t llanire Twenty (80) Kast. less Mix
.
Quite a curiosity was on display ; I tots 10 11, 13 of Block 1, Pine- (8) acre on North End. East:
10 |or the Pirates Longee left In the history class of Mrs. Per- The turkey then was roasted, B. II. S. students entered the of this place.Macclenny hurst Envelopment. Section 31 Township Fourteen. (I I4) acre of Northenstquarter k n'
Hana-e 33 la...... of Northeast quarter of Section
on I did most of the gaining anded kins this week. It was an editionof Which was very big and fat, fourth month of the tern Monday Macclenny Hard The fl.Mouth assessment of said property !Twenty-one (ill ) Tnwnshln* 8 "- 0/)

two of the touchdowns. Alli the New York Herald, dated And nuts and apples toastedAs November 24th and the records warn" & Furniture Co., moves to under the Raid rertlflcat l issued" ,. wa en (7) Mouth Range Twenty (20)
Knst. Northwest quarter of Nor. ,
and E. Robinson gained April 15, 1865. This Interesting 'round the fire they sat. show that the grades this year Hotel Annie Annex building.; In Unless tile niiin Raid of certificate Unknown.shall bn redeemed west :quarter of Section Twent"-

0JR' It t of the ground for the Tor- paper was brought to class by Dor- are very high on an average. And St. Petersburg >-- New Florida '1l..orlllnR' to law tax deed. two. Township Sewn (7) Sooth.Itnnira .

Inei., while Sternberg caught othy Clair Klckllter and is the" this term promises to be one with National Bank opened. will Imiiie thereon nn the (th day of Twenty faoi) Kiist, !lees the
And the big old yellow pumpkins I Uenemner.. A. n. 1930 .Hast: Twelve < 1.) acres, containing' oJ
Were soon turned Into a pie the least number of failures In Winter Haven Three modern IMted this Roth day of October, A. In the aggregate. Ninety (no> a"rvs.J. ,

, \\arionettes Animals and Baked And the meat of all the animals the history of the school. : apartment houses In city sold by D. 1080. O. W. ALDERMAN Special l I. KKA7.KI'Master. '

,0"n Had just begun to fry. 'Lake Region Hotel Co. to Dr. W. Clerk of Circuit "Court Urad.ford "i.'ar. JOHNS A

The Journal will be rather small A. Golllck of Jersey City N. J., _. County Florida.. Solicitor for Complainant.' 12.5-Ict-I-2.1

lay Receptacles Included in this They gathered 'round the table this week for we have been en- for $75,000. 1\ '-llt-ft-ll. m___ _ _
Fort Ml'A1'Ii, ,\NU C nt'N" '" (U..t"'I'ICI 4 3. t.itlaISKIS: '''''1'1':11: p..i 1111"11.Olt. Ij
joying our Thanksgiving Myers Fishing nt
holidaysand pier .
I'n Which was very rude and old, .. till 'l'". "'I.t"\o '
n Roll Call of World's Thrifty But It served a mighty good: pur- our club meetings were postponed local beach scheduled for completion :
Wednesday afternoon. soon. Itf'lnrt nf licenseS\ 1..1 hy the Tax ('olleet'r' .lupllcites fll which h"y"" 't.f"
pose, "....n III..d with the ('lIunty .hlllll''' fur th.. I.rlod tetinnirg nn th.. let day
For these Pilgrims, who were so Lake Worth New England olOl'lob..r. Uao pn.t ending on the tIIlh day .r October A. n, 1930 ,4pe.

And now Ihe reward of Cafe 910 Lucerne .
bold. come avenue opened
) _ _
Issued' For what Frnn', To Stae Co.
No. To 'Vhll' purpose
''lection of Home Savings Danks Gathered by the the football team. The large "11" Panama City Airport officially

will ba presented to the men opened and dedicated 1 Mtan".r.1 flit en. \Vhnl..I.. 011 Dlr., 10-t-30 10.t.1 n.IIo 3.5G _ _
Branches of The National City Dank They bowed their heads in silence 2 Standard Oil ( o. Service "Station' _ __ __ 10-1-30 11).1.31) 3.00 1.0 ,
whom Coach) Novell think has Clermont Montrose Hotel 1 beIng :a Nh ..
:.'n : rol".u 10.1-31 2:1.00: 12 &It
of New York earned thorn. remodeled. Wholesale Oil nlrll. to.t.31)
And listened for tho word t. ; jjo: 4 t'an-Amarican

For them to start that glorious ., C- I Crenceiit Hoacli There has 1..lrol."n. ,urp Whotesalq Oil Plr.. Ow 10-I-aO 10.1.:11: 211.00 12.0 . _ _
feast And now we are curious to see been more building at thin place II I'I..I''ower! ' & ta# .1.
National City Tank of New practice of thrift by the' youns of T.I"llt ('n. ___ Lights I'iwn Hampton 10-t-II0 1I\.t-31 10.0B 11.00
how since
Of which have'often many "bweelbetirU of the May than at any other time .
you heard. o FI..rhla 1.III'ht &
has in that country. In all, the collection
I IE of placed Tho National on display City I contains samples ot thrift-creating football team" will rate a letter. during/ past five years, accordingto I'uw..r. I.... Lltrhlll Town Lswtcy, .1I-1.311IO-t-lIf 10.00 8.00

COmDanylJulldjn machinery In use in thirty-four We should all be thankful We hope you gIrls! will !have good! announcement of Jackson J, 1 HI ,..."I lteftnlnic_ Wh..I."I" Oil 1)lrs. 111.I.ftn 10-1-1 211.00 III flit '

at 52 countries throughout the world. That we are alive and luck i Bull*, anecillullve buIlder S Roy 1)lcks _____ 1\IuluI\I Life In.... Co.__ ID-I-Oil 10.1-:11: 3.111>>
of savIng gay f 1) A. 1\f. ltiachIrtl, . M"'h..t, .. __.._____ to-i .34) 10.1-li: 3.00 I DIt ." o '' '
11 J. Wall Street. an Thrift In the icnao For' many of us have passed along Frostproof Sound equipment 10 I A. 1\r. 1Iff'hnrdf..r'hltnt.! \ _ __ _.._.. to-I -lo 1f.U) i ".0'1' J to _
1I exhibit comprising the coin ,of the realm was practiced Since last Thanksgiving day. 1"I.UltlU.H'r.TI'J ntinov to bo Installed at Hamon theatre.MONTHLY I 11 lIulr It..tlnlnlir Co Wholesale Oil 1)"'., __ 10.1.30 la.l.al I. 0" LL50= ,
homo as far buck as 2.&UO yearn ago.; IH.KICAYS i\rK.\Hi: ; 12 W. If. Munn .. Ihierchatit. h _h___ _. 10-t-ao III.I-U 3.00 I.Dd ' '
banks The oiliest coin bank uncovered, hy II I.ewlll I"urltllr.Co. Il 'I
savings the Count de 1'rorok, was foundIn l We should thankful for our --y (.4i1.ePv) .eli'iIi I%'Vi'w' fti'i"s _ __. ____ 1\f..r"hu.nt _ -\---r- 10t30 10.I-at a.Of 1.111>> .Cctont ;
collected and .
home Florida which not many year Kl\ \ !\('I \I. u'i'e'ri-: 1 14 n"n. Voting ".torclint _____.._ 10.1.t0: 10.t-al 4 :\G) 2 25 g "$J .
pent to the bead the ruins of Utica an ancient rorelved "!\'I' ('(it .W'I'V ( "UOI. Kt MBradfon U'I! ID It. n.. 'liie. Mercint _' ____ ___ 10-.afl, ) JO.) .0'" I II Oil eq _ _ _
office by' Its Phoenician city on the African And for our folks so dear. ago national rnndemna 10 Jo:. N. Tturney ___ Mnr..h..nt _ ___-____ ,n.I.30) '0-1-81 3.0f. 151IT >>
F branches andcorrespondents I Coast, near Carthage and la now And for the other blessings the lion an account of the abuses of a ,) (county for the month of .... It. (irrailne, . 1\h'rrhll..t .. '_ ._w' 10.1 .311 1f-1-31 :t.II11 1.50 k IIs
the property of The National City Lord has }lent. .Mrhool fund 19 IIryon n'.ry Cu. Merchant '_ ____..__ I 111--311' ) I.t-Rt I II.IHI) I 50 k
In all sections Bunk of New York. Java pottery Or bestowed upon us here. since abolishing that system, set. Ovordfrat July 1, 1 /3O ___..__ SIJIM3 20') 11n'It'h (h'I/II./ .. _.. Merchant _ _.__---__ I 10.1-30 10./1 I 3.011 160I' ,4
of the woild.roll coin banks In use today follow the tng! an example of Its state Itocelpt* during monht 10AU.47 I'll I n'ol.f.. __ ('ltr. -_____.____._ fO.I."O 10.1-11 II Oil 210 .4
call same contours and general color prla Warrant.* iturlnK month -:--mm 22 .1.' n.tow./ .. 1II.1..han' _ ....._____ ".1.30 1".I.al 8.(1) J 50 . 04.,'
of the world's thrifty scheme of that historic. urn. IIJI.iI'ID HUMPH' oners. Overdraft Anir. I. 1930 _____3130.30 23 1'1l1I1 J. 'nrrln ._. Iiirh.r 'bop' _________ 11).1.30) .1I.I.al 1.00 .10 'i )' V
prlE 2s the most popular moilJ Florida state prison !Ie a com PCI.l ,. 1\... t 24 J. W. Airews. Jr, (O..rll.lI' _ _.____. 10.1.30 ))0..31' 19.04' fjJO .. -n'O0/ot?
J:ot American home savings' The LatIn American collection Bat.' July 1. UIO; ..,_ _____ jnoKI 211 N. Jlf. .Lnhnll ._ .__ Lawyer _ ____.._ 10.1.30' 10-1.at 10.IIU II GOa 0,
lined _ _
farm '
I I. and also exhibits from Cuba. reflects the1 efforts of those nationsto Ben : (On restaurant at Fernan I and Industrial center Iteetpjts. iliirlnw month) __L. 36.7J l'orn"lI'u'/rll./! '. Ct -

t Britain Moxtco Venezuela, encourage savings by children. dma) Do you serve shrimp Farm and truck cropa.ar produc. Warrant ilurlnir ,month ___ itt4Iril7iiw;: : : it -- Merchant - _____r-: . to.L.U 3.00 U'FUl'lIur. .14
21 '
Hal. AUK.. 1, IU30 ._______ . 337.30
Olin y, Switzerland Spain Dogs cata chickens ducks and owls here? ed and product nofronsumed by li>... 'If... a .. C.00. M.rahat. -_-_'._",. in-i-on( 10.1.31 .50 22. ' 1
)teD, Panama. Peru, 1'ortugal, are to be found in this group. The Walter: "Sure.. we serve everv. prisoners are sold at profitable Hal. July 1. lfl.10 _..L :-- .... .I 31 MOII'"olla1f"lf. __. 'nt. _ __._____.____ io-i.oo) 10-:11: 1'1 (IC 51)0 dU
-
- -- The Hof.'lpt" dIng, month--_ 10.10 .111 J. Ar Alvares _..__ J\I..r..hAnt. ______u IC. I-So 10.1.31 i 4 ((11) .2. 4nC 4 _ _
one. sit down. prices. farm Includes revenue- XVarrantc ilurlnir month see Ito w. M. idwarcis. _. Merchant .. ___.__._ IIIJ'.IO' 1/1-1.31 '.UO 1 50

bringing> dairy and nojiltry plants Hal. Alia" 1. 1 11130 71.1 lit .1. W, Whlta A flnn Merchant _ ..__._..lo.f-30 11101.31 son iso '
'Mother: "Kuth how Industrial plants at the prison II'.'' N.* II I' J. W'. Morll'.n ._. M..h..nt '_ .__.___ 10-1.110 io.i.i. 4110 12" )r
I I much was Hal July 1, !19au ...__.- '1H.U lIa .1. F';. Klckll 1.1'n_ Merchant _____-'__ 10.10111)) 10.1.21 11.110 I lit i1' 'W ,
your orange" turn out low-prlred shoes and Receipts' durlnv mpnth _,_ 18.eO iii .1. ( Manning .. Merchant _ ______... III.I-no 10. .31 4.1S0 I.IIS
Ruth ; '".I don't know. shirts which are bold In large Warrant riurlnw month. :nil I. A. Meal... ___.._ 11I..1 M.rkltt _______ 10.1-3(1 111.:11' : II"'I, 4
mother IInl. Au.. I, 1930: -------tU3.U sIt A. M. Jlnr"y ._ _. Merchant .. ,. __ in-i-so 10.1.11 ".10 II'S'
I L4Cr'rr the store keeper wasn't there." quantities.A )),... N,.. .4 87 hoover Hro..T.. f hntoll'raph..l' _. ._-_-_-.. in.i-in, 10.1-81 4.110 1.35 'I. .

-Country Gentleman. plant operated by prisoners, Hal H."I.I.. )July( luring t. 1130 month._._____ 954.n$ U 89 II..am;s.r.ziepc&cc: Prll..1! n... Merchant __..___. '0-1.30 1O.n. : e.oo 300

: 4. makes'all the state's automobile Wurarnta, durlna month eo. - ___ Prm.slng. Club __.,___ 10.I.nl) 10-1-:11: 101) 2.5D '
A. E. Wall? "Why don't you license tags at very ,low coiit. Hal. Auir.. 1, 19io: ______ 954.ij 40 Fr.,1. I". HIII'np M"'h.t, _ ______._.. ,lo-.nl) II.I-Sf coo) I.G/ !% j44.U .
I l)1.l .. N... b Merchant. ________
Construction of IT : : 'n 10.1.30.IO.I3t 8.00 a.oo '
like girls a'modern prU- Hal. July 1. IUD __. 4075'l a Fmr.
S. Johns on building has just been It-onlptu diirlnir month __..71.80 Wholesale' Merchant
"Aw
R. : they're too com- : 0-1'30 10-1-31 1.tJ0 .1'
Warrant. BrHa7.SrdFnirT: ; ; ; : -
__ I rturlnor month 4 5' 43 ; ;;; : ,
n -: 0' ' biased. pleted. All the labor' skilled and lift!. Auir.. 1. 1930 411.U! Hupplny ( o. Mnrchant ___..___ 10-1-80 10-131 s.on 1 60 4' .' .'.
,_ 'C A. E. Wall: "n'aled' f" common, used In ,Its onstructlon.w Hal. ".d N.. I 44 Jacobs Rosner Merchant" _ _...r._____ 'II.,1O( 10-1-31' 4 BO 2.36 J 4# ..
a- Julys. 1030 _____ _._ 45 M-C Htor _______ Merchant ___ in-l-no' |'II.f.U l 51
s furnished :3.004.BO 110
Cn Whenever'lgo by --
a,;; 1r ,, S. H. Johns: "Yeh, prisoners, iulpta' durlnif month ?__ .50 4*.. C.'anova Pharmacy Merchant Druggist .?10.1-31 10-1-31 : 3.IJ 1S TC'L' .
out with 'em It'a always bias among whom were found plumber HaL Warrants: during month 47 Ad'l-rsnn. Urns, 1'

0.. this and bas! that until I'm ; brick masons steam fitters Act; 1,...1930.,. l N._. M ..0 Haraira .. __darag;* . __ h 10-130 f// .I.3I 10.00 n.Oil
& ." broke." painters plasterers electricians Overdraft. July 1. 1930 1811." :J55or.iS.nK3.1'i.: :; '..!-.. 'io.i.t' 10.00I : B.OO5.AO:

, : ;.: ;;' _ fully capable of doing the work. Warrant Receipt. during during month month _______ 1.00 (:'h.vrol>t Co. .. naratt ..,__?__. '101.30 10-1..1I "I o no'' '

Mary: '"I wonder why it Is that The construction wa" superintended Ov.rdraft .Au.. 1. mo ?__" "4.U 61 60 CJulvlsy Itart Furltur A Davis. Cn.llf..r..h.nt _____ IO1.O 10-1-31, :a.OC 1 60 1
I.umber I d--
Doaler __ '
.. 10-130 .
l)l **. It 10-1-31 U 00 7.60 ,
_ _ Billy Graham Is always so good throughout by :>. lifetlmer, ()Overdraft Juiv.. I. 1120 62 Cnrnenlnic'* Urug
_ forme-fly a contractor.and builder. IteC*,Ifurln.Ih- -.... "tor .0'', Merchant prurrUt __ lo.t.in in.i.ji IftA ess : #_ _ _
natured? 10.10' 113 areas. rare ___ __ _' .. _
Warrants durlnir month ,__ ('a? .. __:_____ 10.t.1O i ij..II i jono ii iit;
; ; A : Hope( : "Probably because it IB this' way the state'got a build. Hal.' AUK. I. nao solo 114 ('Inv..r Il'arri FlIOI' l\I.r'h..n& _ ________ 10-1.110 io.i.ii a.oo I.el

0.' 4r takes him so long to get mad clear lag worth $760,000. at present lal. IIa! *. 1.. 10 lIS 56 Bank IUI.'II ot 8..rvlc.filiation.Sitarke. -- lIanke _ ________ lO.t..O 10.1.3 HI.011 71\0\ '. ,.,

,. .,I _ through." construction costs for approximately : t.n.lpta July during 1, 130 month____ 330 _____ Merchant _ _.._____ 1/I.1.3G 10.1.81 3.00 I ISO )
6'1 Andr.ws' f1tor. _. Merchant _ _____ : ,
'? i 300000. Only the material Warrants durIng month 1.05 10.1.30 1O.I.ftl 4.111) 12"
11II 14. n. Johnu _
.; _ II. II. N. HPORT IIRIKFH had to be bought. Hal. Au.. 1.....mo,. ,eo._It I.IIS SC!! t'arl Johns u.Co._ Wholeuale Merchant _Merchant_ _._____ 10.1.:111 10-.30' : IG-I.31 fO.I.U all 7.10) 5,75 san/ y ot "

z I :; jJu The honor system prevail at lal. July 1, lUO ____ 50 A. II. Green .. .. M.r..hant _ _____._ ''O-f.RI 10.31' a 110 iso o _ 'i
I the prison and lI.c.t., during month ._ 13.70 11 W. M. lI"pp --.._ Merchant _ __._.__ 10.1.20 10.I.at 8.00 I.ae
Coach Lovell is to be convicts are _ _
especially guards Warrant. during month ____ 1400 .2 Mv.ne 'nod Store. Merchant _______ .0.I.a.. 1o.1S 3.00 1.le n '
commended for the foot. over the convict squad, on the Overdraft Aur. 1. uao .110 1). I. Ward ----- I'eddI.r. or MedicIne' 10-1.30 lo.isi' soon 211.01t ,
ball team he has turned out this farm and In the shops Only three III.'. .... 13 1,3 .T. V. Jones ----- Merchant _ ________ 10--31)' 11).1.1t 4.110 2.15 C
nal. July I. 1130 ____ 'P. M. tisesn' ---- M..r..hant _ __ ______ ,,0.1.31) 10.I.U iou .
year. A record of only two defeats or four of these trusted prisoners laoclpt, during' month ._ I ell W.. II. flrllftn ____ 'Inl'b"r Shop ________ ..0.1.30 10.1.31 1.00 1.111)..111I .
In ten games Is a good one have betrayed their trust and attempted Warrant. durlna month I .7 Mr. C. 1'1. Harper. Merchant. _ ________ 10-.30 11).I-U ".00 t.1l1t _ 7 '
Bal. Au.. 1, IUO Id. Harper ,1
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especially since the caliber of the escape.--B. D. Lam- I.i... .-... is ".10. :: g: 10. harper '_= _= Merchant'n. _Operator__ :10-i-se le-l.io ie.i.i so-i-si 'ggg: lo :: '_ '

teams played has been exception- bright.Another's. na''. July 1, mo ________ 10 A. A. I'"rd.n . Merchant' ____.___ 1f.1.30 tl.I.31) 4110 2.21\I I a '' '
tocclpt durlnir month _I_ i'.30 'I H. V. Saxon -_ "..h.nt ________ 10.t.30 10.111 leo I II"
ally high. Warrant durlna month 'II C.' A. n"rllnll' ---_ Merchant .. _____ to'I-ao 10-1,11 ..00 1.1I1t o
lal. A us;. 1, mo ...10tal. 7. Bouth Bell T.I.. ,
....,-. 23 A 'Tel. (.... - Telephons. System __ ''O..SIt' ,.. 0
i I The players from this year's ToothbrushIs '. July '1. l.30 _._.____ T' The I'thrl".1'' ('o. -- Merchant. _ ___.____ 10-1-30 10.1.$1 10.I.a. '.fO.110 I.05
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'' R..tpts during month __ 15 Th. 1I..n Co. Merchant, j' ,
'squad who will graduate are: -- .______ 10.1-10 fO-l.3f 11.(11)( t.l. .0.
AVarrant during month ... 111 ft. A. IIr..wn ---- Merchant _ ____... io.t.an 11).1.1f)
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"Nookey" Wainwright, right end; Not For YouYouwantyourown.In Ivvrdraft AUK. I, mo _?. 51.00 T' I'rl'ol' Alvarea ---- It..rll.1' hop ________ 10-1-30 10.1.31 soc l.uO sac 1,,
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I Billy Graham, left guard; Howard PaL July ,. I..G TU1! 8..lIon - ---- Merchant. _ __ ___ 10.I-SO )
i -if .j\. "botljnela" or baked clay I, Miner tackle; Milton Brownlee.I the same 1t1lC.lpt.: during month _____ ".'70 'S Mr. 1Sf. Tbornton. Merchant lII.r'31 s 00 ISO ; 1.
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Crecho Norway. Slov-New \ : ;' : jar testifies to tbe thrift I I I guard; George Inman, captain' and way. insist: on having your own : Warrants Hal. Au., durlnir l, 110"" month__ ,SI JlO.Alh.rt The QuaiC)4y' Ijartmen' Store- O.r... _ -____-__ 1I.f.30 10.1-30 10.t-U 10-I.al: 111.0"inc 6.0t t.,. .t ,t .

11IIIIa1l1a. U,la, India. ,: j, of the young idea In ( center Howard Moore tackle*, and reliable, tried<>ut remedy for iii.,. ,'. ir 'CJ :Arenilcan.JJak: '' 1.r"h..C ---____ 18.1-10 10-1.31 Lee I." o I _ _ _
'L..1"1: Rico. Dolls and animal I I I lal. July 1. Isle __ .1'1. ('o. .
Porto Merrill Futcb the only backfield h JlitkerIee __
liver biliousness _
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Italy. I torpid constipation Uealpt durlnir, ----- ___ 10-1.30 10.t-lIt
month .. 1.0t
I colored I I uo u r. II. 1':00".l'd.' 04
.. i attractively = : -- M..c".nt _ ______
.. 'PDM; wo. of the warrant ie.i.ao 10-1-31
......'.".. man lot. quarterback. Carter's Little Liver durlna month ':' U M. .:. Lnadholl. Merchant _ -- 3DI) 1.1' -
- Cltlna: : Serbia a-; form the motif for Pills. BaL Auir. I. Ii30 1.10 ., Htar".. CnQl"" Col.-- ____ 10-t-IU 10-1.11 1.00 I.U ,
French children. At the Take Carter's and stir up In... %.. I" Io.tU'nll'' Co.
lrv -rgentlna BeV- of the savings These boys have all played well the two pounds of bile that vrdraft July I, I'>0 _. GU." U Hnnv..r.Ful..h Cn.--- T1nttlln.It"nl Plant -.e1fl-I-I0' 10.1-111 10.00 II O' :IC :
estate .
Kand.Br"'t' Chile. Latvia I time of the discovery flair for their school. most ofihem being 'R.lpt. durlna' mvnth __ lifl.so 1'1 M.... J. I. Johne Merchant "I'olee" '".I-ilt 10.1.31 10.00 D.O' o .
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bank In Utica: someone cleanses the whole system. Warrant during. month -- .0 Baxter: .. Crews Meat. .io-t-so' '0-.1// '.011 1 lie '
tlcarestimated that If the six on the squad for the entire v.Klrafl Auir. I. mo 3"7..1nl. Market ______ 11)-1.10 10.1.1t 6.00 1.1' '
for Red bottles. ,
2'e2;' wrt of slot-bearing recep- found In the bank had been three years of B. H. S. football. Any drug store. I Mink. Kun-1 No. I _._ 119..I "TAT'" *rr' P'I.olun".
aay" be found la the colleefrom penal Take Carter's. Int. Mink.' Fund No. S _10,0)0.3* COUNTY or IjRAtVJRD
i the bamboo and polished bat to work in a savings account '.t. Mink Fund. No. II .._ 113.30 W', O.n. A. Mrdn.r* County
at of the to thee oft which laterest wax compounded The line If a heavy looser and I hereby eertlf that the foreco. raolt..rd County. Yiorid*. hereby Judge certify and that C. A. Knight' Tax (Cnlerto. .t '. j C'
Philippine would lug etaternent .P Kvlna balance. at the above list of 8tate sad
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Ult. marlonetu of German monthly. the p..nWay total '* the. senior' poaUloas will be Macclenny New school buildIng lb. ....lnning an' .at the endln. of year beginning Occupational' October' Uc.n..p' lAt. 1.30..n"I..u.d 'n B..adtord County. rHor"" ",, for the .1'_V

.> SOd* lu head oa Ita flexible be represented by a dollar Sga- hard to fill. however Coach being rushed to completion tile. month bxreln' *bov. elated and 0100. A. (fJARDINE.n"lnor ending October 111.. ISIS. _ _
TJ IpDe&r1q to approve the U-ree and I.-aLl-aDd-It--d -b.en..-- of th* receipt ai, 4 warrant lud (SEAL) c. A. K"luttT! Tax 1olltor.:, County Judge. tl .
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jjajws : ,IftV, IMGK EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARVE. FLORIDA FRiDAy, IWCPltn; .,_
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Cove Springs Times. Florida's state road No. t, northward crowd of your neighbors?' Picked and -
Bradford County TelegraphEstablished I 1 I ---o--' I from Lake City, will be To let your son in on the most i Starke there shipped Is ,north 01
I From Other Pens secrets of life' 'afar :
I ,Jlggs will be coming back at gratified to know bat Georgia, has intimate your Planted to big s rs
1877 Friend Robinson of the Starke ; completed repaying of this trunk To demand the right to> think Farmers say strlL'4'berrle.they and **
,. .., .. ---- for yourself without a willingnessto have
-- Florida
a .. -- the line .
'vorable
nO< -- -------- Telegraph for stating that the only line highway from season 1111I0> ,
Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class It's human to hope, even though traffic problem' In Tarpon SpringsIs toward Valdosta and the trouble- live by the truth you know?' crops The bean Th,, vear ;
vainly.-Starke Telegraph. And some detours of the past six To )listen to a preacher who is well and ertainl7
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Office at Starke FloridaE. not to be found on the streets the writer,
Post "
the
Matter at when there Is no more hope It ladeath. but on the sidewalks where checker months are now but an unpleasant telling the truth about your business saw dozens of the Other <

S. Matthews, ____________________ Owner and PublisherJ. .--Broneon Journal. players congregate. Sponge that memory. Completion of the TTo' in the field P.-C. Yhehll + --0- Gainesville Dally Georgia project means that there run for office with your pastas are packed In hamnJ. T|
Jigger -
C. Robinson _____________________.__ Managing Editor Starke Telegraph thinks a ban- Sun one As a 'peace offering we sug- (1/1/ now smooth traveling to Atlanta ypur best recommendation Lawtey In truck, and. earned
.. -. ..., .- - u ' - tam car Is all right until a fellow gested the loan of our traffic light and beyond.-Gainesville Sun.o To ask God for favors when you refrigerator ,.ar are Place
SUBSCRIPTION RATE tries to get out of It. How about to handle the situation. have'given Him so little attention T The Starke and\a tor w 8hlpIIl
getting In ItT-T)mea.Unlon. Uae .. started tey .ct
Voted for
-i o \\'alklnl--lIe
'abllj'I $1.50 Six Months, 75c-Payable In Advance I Jacksonville has heretofore ignored growing atra"'ber'
i Yearly, ; discretion. Now that it"haa been determined -, Hoover about forty year ,
Advertising: Rates on Application --o- definitely that Florida will gainan the Idea of a cross-state been the prlnctpMI aFO and thlt
Kissimmee Gazette.)
.. .,.. -___ _ ,_- - ------__.,n ..I The Starke Telegraph says additional congressman under ( barge canal, because it was not that part of the money CII)
"Plant City reports the first aale the new apportionment, there will Mr and Mrs. John Goodwin, of I proposed to be routed via Jacksonville -Times-Union name ever n:
Lost, strayed or stolen : Hard times. of strawberries. Naturally Plant be considerable unrest among: the New York'' City representing the and also practical Cow Ford-

I t p _____- -o _. City always was a hog on that state's four house members until Bullseye Advertising service, were I era regarded it a pipe-dream But -Colirrtlun- 0. __
%$ i strawberry Bronson visitors In Kissimmee Tuesday and they are battling horse foot and V. mt
bl'.lnes the present four districts have ( S. Publisher
at home.
; } | Christmas money John springs'the tollowing -wblch ana
Printer
Spend your Journal. been revamped i Into five. Shifting dragoons now for a ship canal H you have
'l R he declares Is true: Just this tide cUstomers
',, o -o- the district lines will mean considerable across North Florida, via Jackson- you have been *
t Those In favor of moving the hi"'the life of a congress of Orlando headed for Klsslmmee ville and the St. Johns River.That's check out of try trying to g,
until Christmas this
}, : Only sixteen shopping days: capital from Tallahassee should man.-Ocala Star. he and his wife passed a hitch- all right brother Jaxonlans: I'd like to have method:
I 0---- be willing to underwrite the expense hiker bearing a sign which read: we welcome your belated entry in check of some kind from !

Smile and see how the atmosphere about you will lighten of moving all the public Vlrgorous campaigns; for adoption -: "Don't pick me up. I deserve" to to the fray even though you oppose And this Is 110, Amos v"
walk-I voted for Hoover That'sa
+ l r buildings to the new Blte-Starke of the automobile drivers' license the route via FernandIna and "check and double-check:'
o Check 'n new.-and good- one. St. and Suwannee rivers u
d 1 Telegraph. double check. law will be waged In var- Marys I want Is a check that"
': The modern miss does not use her stocking for bank- Jasper Newe.moo ious 'states during the next few .---.p- It all helps make the sixty-year- tho bank-r a check m goo
From Frrnandlni' On rhea AtlanticTo on
old dream of canal north
a across the
months. We hope Florida will be I spaces below,
ing.
o If the state redistricted so one of them. This state has done briar Key on tile Gulf Florida ftsreallty In the near fu- Between you" and me,, I
we can get ai\ extra congressman nothing to prevent the awful wasteof (Gainesville Dally Sun.) ture. It will help all of north like to know just! where i I *
else tMl,
;' If you want a happy Christmas, make someone without having him'serve' "at human'lives on Its streets and According 'to the 'official road Florida, whether It comes via St. check up on your bank bal
happy.. large" we hope we will have one 'highways. And 'In this respect maps of Florida State Road No. Johns and Santa Fe rivers or via and drop me the good news.

tfI'g''g o -_ Central* Florida district. It wouldbe Florida I Is criminally negligent. 13 has Its northeastern terminus the route originally proposed.- ,Thank you" for the courts

aoea 1 Some Florida are still doing their best to bring in the logical thing,-Leesburg Green ,Cove Springs Timee.ar at Yulee in Nassau county and its I Lake City Gazette., prompt,, reply,
papers Commercial. - -- southwestern terminus at Cedar -- U--- Yours for better bualm
Ibe , t an oil well. -0ABrlcultural Somehow the following' item Is Key in Levy county. A study of The supreme court has junkedthe JOHN D. Joi
i '-0I --- news Item say reminiscent of a lady /doing her ,the map will show that Fernan- unenforclble,. unwleldly compulsory (- ) Here's all of it-now
I their farm relief grinding cane they are going to Investigate dry first solo drive In her first auto, dina and not Yulee should be the tar return law passed by up.
1 Farmers are getting own .. Florida! hay.-Starke: Telegraph, says the Chat ,and Commentor of starting point since it la a seaport the 1929 legislature, under which ( ) Here's part of It to show
,ys and killing hogs. Intimating, we suppose that the the St. Petersburg Independent: and Is on a continuing line east- .ft. 25 per cent penalty was imposed my heart's m the ,
o dry enforcement fellows are get The ladles"of'the Helping Hand ward from Yulee. located on Slate |' on all property owners who, did place.

li liitta Tarpon Springs Leader wants someone to start a national ting Into the hay business too. society enjoyed ft' swap social on Road No. 3. i, Hot make ft' sworn return of all ( ) :Can't possibly make It
-Bronson Journal. : their real and personal property. day-will
sJ Friday evening. Everybodybrought Since Gainesville lion State send one In
; "Darn Your Socks" week. It Is just as well to have the law
I --p something they did not Road 13. in addition to No. 14 -
t .o. -. The Starke ,Telegraph report need Many of 'the ladles were from Palatka to Wllcox: and on declared unconstitutional. The ( 1 l'--; ;sending' ;; ,; check bn

We'd like to see one political campaign where each candi- that In St., Petersburg'they are giving accompanied by their husbands." State Road No, 2, north and south tax assessors of the .state In convention "' :postdated a few days,
k ten gallons of gasoline for -opellka.Star, this city \III interested in the first assembled secretly agreednot ( ,)) I don't Intend to pay. Y
t date said exactly what he thought.o bridge prizes. Well at last, they 0 named highway, particularly be- to enforce the law; that Is. have to fight for It,
-_ have hit oh something; that most Counties along the route of cause it should eventually tap No. they knew it would be impossibleto ( ) I mailed you one yester

You can buy everything you want from peddlers at your anybody can use and appreciate, state,*road 2'11"Jlltve'' been assured 3 when the paving, is completed assess property at 60 per cent (. )) Sorry: I got behind-th
till f satisfaction. -Bronson Journal. that, this important hlffhway would between Baldwin(' and Yulee As of Its actual value and it la doubt- for your patience.
+ door these days except r---o -- tract, for the,'ehor 'stretch'remain- matters stand Howlt: motorists from ful that any assessor In the state ( ) .I'll try to pay each n
v s 0Don't Hardee county may be email In be rushed tq tpcompletion' the con this section of Florida bound northup Imposed the 25 per cent penaltyon from now on.
.r, criticise the way another fellow Is doing a job un- size 'but her Industrious farmers ing lirto Palatka to be among the tile Atlantic Coast are compeled property owners who did not -o----
0s rr til hand at the same task. have already shipped 240 'cars'of next projects let.tarto: Tele- to detour Into Jacksonville Instead make a, sworn return. Thus an- FriendshipBy . ,
you try your produce this season.-Starke Telegraph graph. The' ('ountleshad better of being,; able to proceed other attempt to assess taxes on a ( Edgar A Guest I I
0- Over 260 cars of vegetables -' not overlook the nectwilty of frequently northeasterly from Bafdwln thru 50 per cent valuation has failed You cannot be a friend and'I've i
As one exchange expresses it no boy is as bad as the and over 300 cars 'of citrus reminding' the promising Crawford and Callahan to Yulee. Ocala Star nothing I will give anA

neighbors think or as good as his parents think. fruit to date.-Wauohula Ad va gentlemen "of their' promise. Therefore Gainesville's Chamber --o- prudent man Ills color
cate. Green COTe Springs' Tines of Commerce would do well to To Teachers t o -0-- -----e-- start the ball rolling toward (School Education';> And watch his balance (Ia!
( Drunks, carelessness and the desire for Sunday rides' Apopka Chief thinks every girl If we were asked to same the achievement of the goal of finishing "The world has begun (o< understand mount.
cause the week-end toll of automobile accidents. should know her "dates.<< They do, ,most popufor man In the state we No. 13 as originally Intended. that sympathy, not superiority And do no more than he d,
and can readily pick out the would have' (o say It was OUT good Fernandlna would undoubtedlyjoin Is the teacher's real diploma wise
o prunes. lemtins and Burs.-Starke friend Congressman R.' A. Greenof with Gainesville and other ; that Influence, not power But In his care no friendship
If auto stealing cannot be stopped any other way, hemp Telegraph. In other words the Starke. In every gathering la, communltlti No. 13, In advocating Is her strongest lever; that f For he lives to such n plan,
44r rope might prove as effective as it did in days: of the horse, modern girl' Is then when It witch he is present' He is the outstanding -'' the complete paving of the mutual helpfulness, not behest and He'll merely be a prudent mu
comes to knowing her fruit.Hronson .-: figure and it is Ms personality route. obedlenle/ is the true receipt for
{ ---o i Journal andnot that he pushes -n---- education." You cannot be a friend, and I
r Y Congratulations to B. II. S. football squad for the wonderful -----0- himself. There( can' be no doubt f They never print all the news. What! is- the-" real work of all Cold thought for every gift

showing made this season under Coach LovelFs di ret- Sebring American rays "The but that Lex Creen:: has a great 'There are so many corns than can teachers! ? make
hardest. part of the job- In 1. To give unfailing Or : "This much will I be
tion. capping political future 'ahead'of him:-- be'stepped upon. Winter] Haven inspiration say ;;
I tho Muff once it's made"" Did you Marvlenny Press-.. Herald. At the risk of being miss U the greatest service'a teacher Thus Jtar nor. farther willI I g<
'd 0y ever try explaining to ttelgbbors 8- u understood we'll state our opinion1'' can render. And measure- every act of grai'
C Strange as it may seem, it was a Frenchman and not a I when a few of: the bottle blew ,Texas requlrns' three days nn that more newspaper' men have ,, 2. To train character As wisdom, measures time
; Scotchman who wrote 17,000 words on the back of a: postal up? Starke Telegraphs, Yeah Lice of marriage. Intentions and Become respected and appreciated I 3. To awaken,, develop, and direct [- space,
T and then had' t* give; "am some this act Is blamed for the slump because they knew what not td'' Interest. For friendship breaks the,
v card. of the tuff,---Wmichiila JfV'Ool1te.o / In marriages In that state Mont print than for what they printed. (. To awaken and direct power. reason's ring
; per -- --- any woman can change her mind' Clermont Press. Alrc" It the "Ha Is. the teacher who shows And hasten to do the larger !'
p Food for" thought : Nearly every law passed by the last'' Eliminate the gasoline tax and three times In three days.:; -StarkeTelegisph. truth What can be gained by pa- where power exists and awakens
the courts has been declared In Instead levy a tux of llflO m. day :. Mar lie, the divorce 'I'adng scandal and people's misfortunes and farms." You may, by counting cost
be tested in
;; legislature to on lobbyists; TirtlahasHen! during business will be uquatly curtailedby before the public'In print. 5. To lead the puptfs\ to form shrewd.
valid. ,:legislative sessions. Starke that law and thus the general It fa bad enougD to have it talkedon "orrel'&!. habits. But shrewdness wins no grain
0- ''Telegraph.' We are willing but average maintained. HronaonJournal1. the streets.-Macclenny Press. 6. To create a working spirit. Who treads with care In wlsd
to be followed bya afraid that the proposed new- they I' ,-- 7.. TIS teach technical work way,
School have been held for tag agents, -
'would not produce desired monetary --,. Over on Sand'' Mountalra the.oth- Education is the development ot A wise roau'tt part in life mar
conference of tag buyers as to how they can manage tobuy ', returns.-Branson Journal,. Uncle s nIs scrapping some, er day a discussion on Biblical sub- one's activities and powers" With prudence one may sow

one -0<_ of bin battleships*seconding to naval -' jects took a trodden and queer i.. -e--- reap
O ': Con<<. Green''' Is, an earnest ad- redaction" program, and one' turn. The arguflers. or disputants f Driving- from Jacksonville t b:. But prudence counsels me

' of the TimesUnionfor :'vocate of an lutra-coaatal barge of (he.*main ,'lessens he will learn I Happened to be a Democrat and a Starke over the JacksonvilleGalnesvCIIe keep.
That was a, wonderful/ canal: ,He laji little' oT( though about the scrapping""proposition if Republican. The Republican put a : road one sees hundreds And who would; be a friend;
,,4 officeholders contribute part of their salaries to the un- in tbe matter : he ''tyrr needs battle-wagons< In a question to the. other which he of acres of fine farm, land break
:pro-posed hurry;.is/lbaC; It IA easler'to scrap thought would surely stall him. 'with: men: vegtta lea and all kinds All reason's laws for friends
employed. he sponsors Is really a South Q or.Kla than t 1J, ,! lf7.gtllrkei; Telegraph. Ito asked him why the three Hebrew of farm products,. In the I.awtey sake.
,0 I!' route, one that woulU': benefit Sure, ,L theY..anj'n'fter! .eded except 'children were not consumed section there 1. a vast acreage -
Now it is proposed to use, part'of the gas: tax for water [!Florida but little-;.-PaluK& Dally In Case of a scntir. en'ds'. scrap hat when they, were caat Inte.the fiery] planted to strawberries and several WinterO.rden Local Su

ways. They have a more just claim for the tax money: than ,News, neverbeen;' 'p' '-wJl\'to'Wa.lt\ for the furnace. The /Democrat., without hundred acres planted to win- station leased! to Messrs. B|
': I --+o ; bu'lldfaic'of<< BMQS.' ---i Green Cove even scratching his semi-bald ter beans whisk: are now being Gowin and H. F. DranulJ1.1 .
education. ,? Another Jnotorf( rubbed\ and Springs Times. ''pate,; replied, "The Republicans -

r f ;0 ,murdered by twonnltch-olliera; near ',* o . were in power 'and the furnacewas
t According to one traveler the sign in' hotels reading the Florida line Its safes: let Th' .., Starkefefegraph" I urges shut down."-Fart Payne

;; left,anything" should be changed1 to "Ha.ve yom> !them walk.-Starke Telegraph. tarnleI to'plant,jstrawtwrriea now "Have you I I And ft lot better for most of 'em as. the season",tor plkrtttnif Is good I, -0----- .I +
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anything left? to keep, oft tIel; roa4B,, tour the and the late *srop> ,aaually brlugs I Strawberry growers ot East 0
o- --' hitch-hikers surely netting Iq good: price! q We .think: this l lKoodCadvlce"aod"w l\\:Hillsborough county have turned

Perhaps that authority on bridge, Jiggs of the Tarpon bad with the motorlsg' !puBtte.. ...... .: hopo'that our their,attention to the business of
bridge' played Bronson Journal. farmers ,wltt do ITkewtse.: ; The strawlng their berry patches as
Leader will explain why honeymoon
Springs 0 strawberrycrop' Is site of the most r protection against cold weather..
with two dummies. You get the real pleasnr' of life, substantial money; makers we have |I While strewing will, be on. a. relatively -
.__ 0 contentment and satisfaction In and: it" should not be neglected- small scale this year la view
Hillyard (Wash.) News says 'colleges are turning out, a doing little things for others. Try Keep, planting1' every year and you [,,of the total acreage many growers
dads anticipating the wishes and desires are ,lIure"..- mnU* money In the plan' to provide protection. for a
.1, lot of superior gentlemen-who are being supported' by of those around you.--Starke long,yun' .-"Mac.cft.riay! Pres. portion ,at, least ot their acreage,
who quit school in the seventh grade. Telegraph. ;A suggestion which "1,"" "0r it Is said. During the last several

'0' wlll be really' worth white If consistently :y4F, PIJ you, 'bue forgotten years i little. has been gained inmost
and ollrried'oi4Brontlon; : :When;ygl4twem'.. ir1''tlrtlef ellow, (,n Instances ,by: Btrawing. It Is
Georgia getting up '
tells of man '
a
Times-Union Journal, the'prtntatgooi.r: Flfhaps you [stated However, there Is always / .
shooting a bear in his pajamas. That Georgian must have u. \ have fdrgotteVi !how: Important you possibility that protection may aJ

t.6 been peeved to have a bear chase him out of his nighties. A fisherman came) down from nog- felt wbfrft'you took part In a school prove of great value during a cold
ton, entertainment when you spoke a snap when the berries are coming
o-- - And traded hi. Ford for an Austin "piece" or sang a .snng or went along.-Plant City Courier
Supreme court declared the compulsory tax law uncon-' ;; through a 'marvelous "drill*" If -_ o -L CENTERof

stitutional but the fact still remains if all property was assessed He'd, just room for two bass, you have forgotten' then you' prob- The Department of Agriculture, :
i 50 percent basis our taxes would be less.O And. a gallon of gas ably don't remember how much It bureau of Agricultural Economics
equally on a
,I But his heels hung outside'' aid means to little folks to hare their says. Florida's crop ot oranges will I=t ThingsThe
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he lost .m. parents visit their school when be larger by almost one-halt this
Since the Gainesville Sun persists in heading its editorial :--Eustis Lake Region.Sobrlng then Important entertainments year amounting to 22,500,000

column with the words "This is not a phonograph record," we -- take place +- Melbourne Times.A : boxes, and the grapefruit production -
American says "The o reaches the high figure of 12.- _Bank of Starke-conveniently located,
repetition
is not just
record a
." rise to inquire if a phonograph hardest part of the Job Is capping tip to merchants Christmas I 004.000 boxes. From the Sanford

of the same words. the stuff once It's made." Did Is just around the corner and the section of Florida early shipmentof no matter where you are.. Within easy access
D you ever try explaining to neigh merchant 'who' doesfhts/ advertising cabbage will be made last of
, to the children-Write your letter to old Santa bors when a few of the bottles early stands ft good chance to this month. About 18,600 acres of the rural district, in the heart of
Special blew upT-'Starke Telegraph. Or grab off the 'balk: of the business. of strawberries are planted In
and mail to him in care of this paper. The Telegraph will perchance to the preacher or the His store mill be full of attractive, Florida. An; Increase of 33 percent the business and shopping districts, this

print them in the next two issues and see that the,merry old circuit judge when he dropped In useful gifts at prices within the acreage in lettuce Is estimated -
l gentlemen learns of your desires for this Christmas just as you were opening the bottles reach of every purse but if he does and 51 percent yield in the cucumber institution is the logical place to do your
,-Bronson Journal. not maka"tWfaet known, the buy crop. The forecast in pro-
t* "I O ' IS.ISSM I ( """"'--- -0 'ing pubU rrwill pats'him and pat-, duction of peppers Is 750,000 banking. Your patronage is invited.
Gainesville is becoming interested in completion of,state A movement ha. been started ronlxe the merchant who has ad.vertlsed .- bushels nearly tour times aa greatas
road 13 between Baldwin and Callahan and if other inter- la St. Augustine to place bus and h U'nres.' Advertising is in 1929. Verily we live in a
truck lines on the same basis to trad It loosens land of plenty. MU
as a stimulant: 'the *- Dora Topic BANK STARKEAN
ested towns will get together in a movement to close this the railroads Insofar as paymentof the puree strlnc.LakeWorth I _.e OF

gap, Florida will have another,highway from the Atlantic to taxes Is concerned. Stark herald. Do You Daft'oPalatka -

the Gulf. Road 13 is an important one and this gap should Telegraph, It always ha bean Understood . .t- ( Times-Herald.) HONOR ROLL BANK
Jackson=: that the Florida East Thosewho for pleasure for ; To follow,.your conscience regardless -
i: be closed even if means diverting traffic away- from Coast railway has had the Ancient business have occasion to motor to o4onaequence.' ? E. S. Matthews Pres. ,R. J. Davis, Cashier

:ville. City sewed up In a sack.-Ore n Valdosta Macon and Atlanta over To preacj}\;righteous living to a

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