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 12, 1930
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00027795
Volume ID: VID04789
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33886096
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blished 1877 Subscription-For Year $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance E. S. Matthews, Owner. and Publisher. I INUMUKH f

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The P. T. A. will meet next Wed On Monday Dec. 23 Mr. R, F.

Law To Put nesday afternoon, three o'clock, in: CLUB ELECTS Now that football season LEGION POST Demorest will present with the assistance Of Taxes Urged r '

Tag ; the school auditorium. The meeting -: Is all over and everybody'sproud of a selected cast of local ,

will be opened with the audience of the good showing actors. the popular four act comedy 4

Auto Up One Day Bethlehem alnglng.'* which"0 Little will be Town followed of-i NEW OFFICERS I the fair boys lassies Is made drawn, th.our to"Whirl attention our- IN BRADFORD This play drama Is a"Hollywood proved success\Follies judging "- By Fred DavisAttorney ?

by a prayer by Hev. James! T.I I from the number of traveling

Guy. winds." Who they are and ----- I companies! that used It last season --

.1DP" Man Has Method lie Jk.Uevs Christmas greeting will be given I I The Hampton 4-H Club held Its what they're going to do, is An Invitation Is extended to all It Is a story of a Cinderella (>.U"r..l I'olnta Out Dln- .,ar f

Right; By Amendment by the president Mrs. T. J. Alder-1 regular meeting Tuesday Dec. 9, probably playing with your veterans of the World War together -I who found her glass slipper anda counts Aro Available. 4 t',

man, and Miss Marjorie Stump at the school house. curiosity. Sn( as I happenedto with their mothers. wives ulsII movie hero, nn eccentric constable -

sburg, Dec. 7.-Holding that will recite a Christmas poem. "The President Margaret Turner called be watching them practice ters and daughter, to meet at the who boasts of a record of not

recently adopted amendment right toy for the right age" will the meeting! to order with a one day, I was kindly court house iii Starke tonight at making one arrest In twenty :years. Pay your taxes early and receive -
ie be asked to give you the "dope"on The will bo a discount/ is the advice of J
state constitution becomes read by Mrs. K. M. Johns. Mrs. son*. 7:30. 'I play Interesting the

r fectlve tbe ou January 1.. and that J. M. Brownleo will read "Homes, As secretary, Annie Laura this teem as they looked Interest has been aroused vaudeville and chorus of, pretty Attorney General' Fred H. Davis! '

that date license tags can- In the Elementary School." Tucker called the roll. each member to me. through several! article appearingin : Klrls will be peppy with no waits In an answer to a recent inquiryfor

'ter After Well to begin' ;jtth, I was this and the preliminarywork between acts, tax Information.
,i t be refused because of any the business session the present responded by giving an paper so you will be assured -

ck of tax receipts showing pay- grade roll will be called so as to account of the month's work quite impressed! with that of the organizing committee I' of a pleasant evening's en. Discounts for early payments
Adklns. who Inciden- has been completed. Mr. C. How tertainment. shall be at the rate of three per '
.nt of personal taxes on cars In ascertain which "grade has the This being the regular time new Hazel*

"'30, a Mr Stuart of Tampa. has largest number 'of parents and officers were elected and 'a song tally Is Captain Ot/ the crew, ard Rowton department adjutant, cent In the month of December, .

plan for beating the demand that friends present.CHARMING leader, a yell leader and the members and who U one nifty guard, and Miss Louise Cone, department two per cent In the following ,

. ,nonal, taxes be paid before 1931 of the committees were appointed yes. you may an ,weltry togo vice-president Legion: Auxiliary Progress Made month of January, and one percent

gs; can be secured.He PLAY GIVKVLAST for 1931 The officers through 3 tone wall as and other officers of the organization In February taxes being payable fc< **'

was In Leesburg Tuesday I"JUD.ISO: were elected as follows: get by her defense. And have consented to help and In March without discount *

,4 dlacuBxing! hU plan said that President-Doris Mead. speaking of gnardu, the lit- will be present tonight In Tick Work' All taxes. are due and, payable

n the night of December ,,31 heperlS Sponsored by the P. T. A., a Vice-Preslilont-Alta Rhffmes.. tie blonde. Dora Manning Is The Legion has done so much on the first clay of November or ,, '

to put up his car and not charming play was given Friday Secretary-Murle Johnson. just about as paramount In for veterans of other post and we as soon afterward as the assessment .

In It at all on New Year day. evening in the high school audi- Annlo Laura Tucker was playing as in personal lookslThat's expect to accomplish as much or I roll shall rome into the i
saying a lot folks. more for the boys of our post. rew lnf 2 he to de-
'I January proposea torium, under the direction of song leader. hands of the tax collector the law .
And it's good thing these Be at the court house at 7:30: to
and bin license tagtendering Miss Hazel Mlddleton. teacher' of Margaret Turner was appointedyell a << hung 1'ound. provides.

,e proper amount under the law.: expression, and Mrs. A. E. Wall, leader.- girls are backed by Lorena night. i There la a difference in tax collections !.. ,
contention In ease he meets Green, Elsie Berry, Cleo Progress of the cattle tick eradication -'
IS teacher of public school music The members of the new membership ( Mr. Davis warned. When
lth a refusal will be that no tax with Miss Ethel Griffin as accompanist committee are: Jessie Mae Shepard and Mary Brownlee PUTNAII ( ()UNT\ HIIKIUKFSKTTLK1J 11Y: COuRT I program In Florida during lands have already been'sold for .

elpt 1 Is required in 1931 andat ,Dennison, Chairman; Margie 'cause they don't have a TsIt'DILE>> November was "marked by the findIng taxes and bought in by the state .

It Is a license for 1931 he!' thing to .worry about itthey're of only six Infested cattle In
The title of the play was "Just .Tohns an'd N. E. Wynn. The state court barn the current taxes are collected as '

ets and he Is preparedto go In- Plain Dot" by Edith Painton and The members of the new' pro- put out or "knocked"out. : cleared the supreme question of who la the working area and none ot I u part of the charge for the redemption -
You know bow basket- up
compel Its Issuance.
court to the characters follow committee them In Aluohua, Bradford, Clay, I
: gram are: Alice Mast '" Pa- of the certificate. This .
; to be Putnam county she/lff,
In connection with this conten- Mrs. Wilson, The mother- chairman Edna ball goes. < nIl val, Flaglar Gllchrlat
,e ; Harrison and latka attorneys were! advised Fri Levy rndnmptlon" Is made by the clerk '
,'a, It la pointed out that the in- The center O'rhblnatiOn' of & $
Elizabeth CraIg.Grandma Marie Hlnson. day. Nassau Putnam and St. of circuit court and not by the tax
,(cDce by the acting commlHslon- Wilson. The The Week and I3rlnnon Is plenty Johns counties
grand- members of the finance The high court ruled In favor of according to the collector therefore the four percent
of motor vehicles upon the pur- fast. And it look to me as
mother-Myrtice Ford. committee are: Marian Jones R. C. Howell chosen in the gen? statistical report made public Monday -I discount does not apply to the

ise of tags before the explra- Bessie[ Blake Mrs. Wilson's chairman; Carry Wynn and Eleanor if they can' be depended on eral election to fill the unexpIred by Dr. T.V.. Cole, Inspector collections made by the clerk of ,
..n of the year probably is based niece.-Lillian Moseley. Harrison. to keep that bait down on In charge of the Florida
term of P. M, Hagan, who died co-opera- the circuit court. This collectionof
in the possibility of the Tampa Polly Prime a friend of Bessie's The old officers, and chairmen of the right hdjof the court. shortly before that time. tive work for the United StatesDepartment current taxes when a certificate
an being legally correct an4 first of the It will the committees gave speeches'ex Previously, R. J. Hancock, for- of Agriculture.The < Is redeemed Is made necessary because -
ter the year Buster Black errand these girl utoyr an uncanny
to demand the re- negro boy pressing how much they had enjoyed mer sheriff whom Hagan defeatedat ticky animals were found In under the law lands under
Impossible al-
ability for ringing goals
-Edward Bagley. I working for the 4-H _club the polls, had been appointedby that part of Lake county where the state certificate are not reassessedso
The tax auto-
personal on
IpIS.> Dan Dennis RO. Maybe you'll get to see
a "newsboy-Bernard and tried to make thebest better dipping Is
the to fill the program under and
,biles and trucks will run Into Smith. them at that position sometimes governor vacancy. way long as the certificate la unre-
The membership committee hada Howell. however had been appointed In Volusla county, but In both deemed. If current taxes
vera! million dollars. 'cause were not
-I hope so,
Meg a girl-Dosla Smith.
real good report. There were before the gubernatorial case the animals were from the! collected the lands
Meanwhile Leesburg organlza- Dot a fairy-Lucy Ann Dew. they make some b-e-a-u-t-l- might entirely
<10S have taken the lead In 'an The Wilson children old seven new members. They were: f-u-1 shots!II commission for Hancock came Inactive quarantine area. In which escape taxation for the current

bpeal to the governor and acting : Alice Ethel Packham, Mildred Warren through by Judge G. W Jackson, the dipping/( program will not be.gill year the attorney general said.
est girl Miriam old-
Guy; Willie have been saving some of
tmmlssloner for amendment of Vernle PhillIps Eula Mae Dyal of circuit court. This appoint- until next spring the'' report ----- .
est boy, A. Z. Adklns Jr.; Maud, Mildred Brown Hazel the best dopj until lastbutas
Morgan and ment was for duration of the court showed.
order for by Decem-
he payment second girl Juanita Barefoot W.NIS.: HOAIl NO. f
; sec I can't wait any longer I'll ,
Carry Wynn.A term. At adjournment of court
That part of Duval "
31 the off the high- county to '
or keep car
T ond boy Dick Jack Halle I TO
; : just tell you rite now about LIM
Interesting Howell refused to surrender the
very program was the north and
iyi. The KIwanIs club and west of the St. Johns
and Joy twin' brother and ulster
tnerlcan Legion on Tuesday and enjoyed by all. M. E. Mynn and' little Daisy TompkIns, the office to Hancock, because the gen- rivet', and all of Bradford
Harold and Ruth Clay,
Bishop Wyman. '
Now folkl.that. Although
Mar forward. no official statementhas
Eleanor Harrison eral election had been held
gave two read a dayor flllchrlst
club Wednesday Levy and
i e Rotary Nassau
on. Specialists"Look Pleasnt"- counties -
ings. Is one good little player two before and more than 300 been made by the state road'department
j resolutions directed to the
Joptcd Rivers Hundley. Betty Green, Margaret how ahe oaU 1 I. were officially released from
makkf. no- voters It Is generelly conceded .
had written his the
MiDyer the boys'4H club name on
omclals"and the
to sent copies by: Federal tick quarantine
Pearce Grace Green. Leon -
to them and letter to other agent, gave a .very Interesting body's business unless you ballots, thus. iiipemedlng the appointment work on 'the widening
Ire by I December 1
ard Smith Othma Ilaynes, Jacque- talk. want to come see it and of Hancock according to the of state road No. 1 from

sanitations throughout the line Andrews, IVEtta Corpening. I make .It some of your business. announcement, Dipping In the Baldwin to the east line of Columbia -

ate. "The Quarrel" Mary Wlllams .- Anyway, I know the S area has not been under way since will
county begin about
Thuse resolutions set forth the and Melvin Wiggins.The MASONM: KLKCT; OFFICERS other side is gonna hate her I.IRE UKHTROYHNTOUK: '' July 1, last, when the state quarantine 16th. March

uti that the country haa unem- proceeds from the play for making them lose IIL'IMUNO regulations were lifted. The A '
survey was made
oyment today largely because of amounted to 135.00 which will be release by the Federal through
Bradford Lodge No. 35, F. &: A. Rvelyn Stump' and Pearl authorities here Monday and the engineer
strike Fire at 2:30 Wednesday
at Is
virtually a buyers' morn-
used for the benefit of the elemen- gives the cattle of
M. men the territory
officers for the
coming hold down the other stated that this
,d that to require so much monto tary grades In the school. completely destroyed the large the privilege of was the Intentionof
year at their regular held shipping Into
be taken out of the channels All of the children taking partIn Monday evening at the goal shooting post, andthey're store building belonging to Wm. any section of the country without the road department and thai?' ;

trade just before Christmas is this play did exceptionally well rooms. Plans are being made lodge fora good toot folks. Sapp In the eastern part of town supervision It was explained there was no doubt but that the .

<.t t only unusual but that It l is par. and their teachers and parents joint Installation of officers O well. I could rave on and all contents. The flames Were The United State Department program would be carried out. ,

ularly oppressive thIs season beU88 have just cause to feel proud of the Eastern Star Chapter on Monday with- and on 'cause there are others not discovered until the building of Agricultures Is co-operating with We have been informed by a

of the small returns from their performance. December 29th. The elective too you should hear was falling In and firemen confined the State Live Stock Sanitary : prominent business man of Mac-
nit and other produce. They set and appointive officers about but maJb -')'ou'd rather their attention to watching Board In the eradication I clenny, who does not wish to be

rUt that to impair the purchas- .'OItSYTIIXU fl'JU'UJUt..\\\ C. B. Hayes, W. M. are: find out for yourselves so, nearby buildings. Mr. Sapp was In Florida. program quoted that J. P. O'Brien general :

; power of Florida people Just I.. D. Yours truly, away In the southern part of the superintendent for the road department
Green S. W. ,
tore Christmas will add to the Jimmy Murphy, Jacksonville Ima Fan. state and no estimate of his, loss will be here some time
C. A. ,
Futch. J. W.V. ,
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employment situation through and Vasco Forsyth, Starke Mon '. F. Stump. Treasurer. can be given. Only. small amountof IIASWJ'IHNAVAL :'" this week to select locations for; '

Toni to absorb stocks of day night fought to a slow draw In N. Insurance was carried. Officer HTOItKH; HILL the construction cumna In nr. naaMacclenny. .
Sternberg. Secretary.M ----- -- -- ---
*ds provided for the customary the usual weekly boxing phow O. C. 1ItSlLtNDhIflEi4ljtTMEL.. "' believe the fire wa of Incendiary ,. ,
Baumgarner S. D.
irlslmas trade, thus depriving scheduled by the University City J. L. Anderson, J. D. 1iOSM-; ' origin An appropriation of $5,000.for It .is a safe bet that we will again,
anufacturers and purveyors and Athlectlc club In Gainesville. Both 1. D. purchase of land In Florida to benefit by construction '
Vlniog, 8. S. work on .
O, C. Husband postmaster at ba used for _
air employes of the usual sea- experimental
cautious fight and purpose
boxers fought a Joe SIstrunk J. 8. PUTTING UIVMAUKFHH state road No. I, both materially
Melrose for the past-IB and would be
nal services they1'render. years authorized under
never opened to any extent daring a bill and
up financially
L. W. KIckllter Chaplain. in the course of a
one ot ,the, most prominent residents introduced
Enforcement of the edict of the Monday by
the entire fight. A. J. Thomas Marshal. Posts have been set along state Representative very few months. Macclenny
(ting clmmissioner will depend of that city died at hIs home Green, Democrat .
The fifth and eighth rounds J. A. Morgan. Tyler. roads 28 and 48 for carrying the Florida. Press

on sheriffs of the various coun- were the only rounds that showed there at 8:30: a. m. Tuesday road numbers and target Indicating Not more than 600 acre of _ _. '._ _ 4
*. with their deputies.and the + Death. which was sudden, was land in Bradford and Clay '
and caution counties
any semblance of a fight during curves signs KLIOCTRIC OANCKLLIM MA-
lice KIUDLKRH CONTEST AT MKL-: caused by a heart attack. f
forces cities. could be
of Tarlous
the. purchased
the course of the evening's work- and the targets will be placed In by the secretary CHIN I
Wofore! the limits have been out. According to the Dally Sun ROME Surviving relative Include a son position as loon as they arrive. On of agriculture, for a study of

tended for 15 day. periods us- score card Murphy won the sec An Charles Husband, of Melrose anda road 48 guard railing will also be naval stores production. and pin. The local 'postofflce has been
old-fashioned fiddlers contest daughter Mrs. Nova of
Jly Farquls
running up to about Feb- placed on several of the and tree.
ond and fifth rounds, and For- curve supplied with an electric stamp
will be held at Melrose schoolhouse Arcadia. ,
"715 before the final clamp Isit -
on. syth won the eighth and the on Monday night. Dec. 15th, Funeral services were held from fills Including the dangerouscurve S cancelling machine, the erector arriving -

9 other rounda were draws. The according to announcement sent, the residence Thursday at 4 p. m.,, near Klngsley Lake where IIKM FOIl ItonilKIlYIsom : and placing the machine In k

Jacksonville Proponents of fight was too even though, to out. Prizes will be given to. the with Interment in Melrose ceme- several accidents bave occurred. operation first of the week.: This) ,
award the fight to Murphy on the Grading crews on road 48 from Taylor and Louis Johnson will eliminate cancelling of .
rond toll bridge to be built best fiddlers. An Invitation Is extended tery. Mr. Husband was a member, stamps ?
TOsS St. Johns river, held meet- one round edge over Forsyth anda to the public. of the Methodist church, and of 1 Starke to the prison farm have are being held In the county jail rby hand as was necessary in the

8 at t Mayflower Hotel to perfecto draw was a .good verdict to a the; :Masonic fraternIty been moved to the farm where charged with holding up and robbing past, and with It cancellations can ,. ,
they are engaged in building approaches Han Austin be made
near the Shell automatically at the rate .
> for poor fight. S -
Idge organization. of new The semi-final proved to be the LIGHT BILLS MUST BK FERTILIZER: OONHVMPTIONBradford : to the bridge across New Company' plant on Cherry and of 400 each minute. 1'
I'AID River. Building of the concrete South streets I _ _
Sunday S
night. Both
best, fight of the evening. Roy -, _
used bridge I Is going ahead rapidly[ and' were arrested shortly after at their ShELTON KM knock- county a total of
Reynolds of Graham won a ,
According to notices mailed out with the completion of the fill the boarding house ,
by .Night Omcer .
11 7 .
tons of '
Glf"T'I! FOR CHILDREN'S"" out in the fifth round after exhibitionof both I from the city bond trustees. delinquent month of November.ia fertJltz.1durlng: the convict forces will again be placedat Thornton. Bonds of ",000 each Shelton Knight Powell, six ,1 5r- _ _
splendid comparedwith .;b'
IIO5IE boxers- gave a I water and light customers work on the grade to Starke. were set for their appearance In month old son of Mr. and. Mrs. '
boxing. Stewart had the edge 111 tons during October, according -
will find themselves without
1 circuit court by County Judge Chas. J, Powell of Btarke. died. _ _
It was' to the report Issued the
until the finishing blow. service after the 15th strict by
We are calling upon the WILD FOWL KXJHHIT: Gardiner Tuesday morning after a short illness _
farmers and merchants to a short right uppercut that followed having been Issued to dIscontinue Inspection bureau department ot from pneumonia. Funeral .

bring hard right" and left crosses to serving those customers agriculture.< For the state.a total With 100 bIrds IIRK.ID: FOR services '
goods, vegetables, *"- nearly now on NEEDY: : were held Wednesday at. : '
the face and jaw by Reynolds. who do not settle their past due of 60,627 tons were used dur-
rio and meat for the Children's display, the South Florid Fair the Baptist church the pastor Rev ,
Homes In Florida. Stewart bad a bard slashing account by that date. A charge of lng, November, and 30,129 ton and Gasparllla Carnival aviary Is The Central Florida Bakeries of Raymond In charge Interment

S- styled weaved about puzzled 11 will also be made to restore any I during October Amounts used by Gainesville\
R. Johns Co.. truck will aid rapidly becoming the largest wild manufacturer of Kew following In Crosby Lake ceme "
transfer our gifts free as Reynolds In the first four round service cut off. 'other counties in this section were fowl exhibit In the statev Edgar E. Bee bread products, are kindly ter,.. : '

last year. All supplies must The second round was the best of | given as follows: Alacbua 140 Wall, director 'In charge ha a advised contributing_ .. several_ loaves oforeaa
Births tons Baker 5 Ion I L "
be card. Both Clay 72 ton,
at the warehouse by Tuesday the entire show's board members. daily to Starke for needy
stood, toe-to-toe and exchanged i[ Columbia 0.. Duval 173 ton. Put- I, families the
Dec. fighters _
16th. Those wlshS Nearly every variety of wild company granting MERRY
the entire Mr. and Airs. William Sutherland nam 649 tons Union tons. These this ) CHRISTMAS
to give to our Baptist blows during duck quail. macaws, pea fowl, help upon reqnest'of Dr. Ray
Home will kindly mark their round.: A bard right cross just Stark., son-Dec. 4th. figure do not Include sale In lots geese pheasants, turkey, cockatoos mond, pastor of the Baptist CC
Mr. and' Mrs. W. S. Moseley
guts AH other supplies will before the knockout punch put I lea than one ton. and other specie are now being church Famllle In need of such C
be> taken down for a count of eight Maxville daughter Dee. 5th. ; help are requested to
to thr Florida Chllfa' Stewart shown with) additional shipments notify Mr. (
and Mrs. Vernon
Mr. Thomas : CARD 01'We TIIAMKH
weakened Guy.
Home, sometimes and he wall> evidently to arrive .during the next and arrangement will be
Penney Farms, son, Dec. 7th.
eaJled the Fagg Home. Theseed considerably by this punch. few week. made for distribution of the bread. (
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hall, Theresa wish to thank all'wbo contributed -
< this year Is urgent 'andall daughter Dec. 7th. In IB Four beautiful flamingoes have SNOTICE (
JL'.V SIIKLLH! WTOLEN i any way sympathy :
your gift will be ',-very .. and kindness, >dnrlng the Illness been presented to Mr. Wall for the Attention Junior
gladly W odmen (
orphan received by these' two Thieves early Tuesday night removed CARD OF THANKS: and death of our mother and sl.! fair' aviary and these will be add- member. There wilt,be a Junior

which societies both of a pane of glass from a front ter, Mr*. E. D. Futch. ed to the collection a* soon as a Wo dmen meeting In the W, O. W (

have taken care oflny window of the J. F. KIckllter store We wish to thank all wbo so Her family, Cuban government permit I Is obtained hall Tuesday afternoon Dec. 14tb. '

Bradford needy children of and made way with six boxes of kindly assisted us through the to export them from the Is. at 4 o'clock. All Junior membersare <

county. gun sheila. The window had been sickness and death of an daughter Fort Myer IGA* Grocerteria land. Two storks promised ty urged to be (
Let present a* It will
I ba 114 an help cheerfully temporarily repaired during the and sister Especially do we thank and Market" building remodeled. friends in Holland are also[ expected be election of new oDicers for the (

> spirit of Him who afternoon, the glass being held In Dr. Bigg and Mrs., 0111 for their Jacksonville Overton. Inc.. while negotiations are underway coming C year, I 30 '.

"Itmself for us>H. place'by tacks and these were re- untiring effort*.. women' gown shop, .opened at-31 for a big variety of parrotsto Amy )1001'. ( _ _

O. P., Raymonds. moved. Mr. J. N. Norman and family,. West Forsyth. street be shipped! from South America, Junior Supervisor.. HEALTH TO ALL _
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1 h'I+I f ,I News of Florida In Short Paragraphs ten up. attractive It Is filled and with neatly descriptive got--, e e e SUCCESSFUL -:- Do You Know? .1.-1 i is

matter setting forth the many !
ate, .e
advantages of Florida; and espe- A, HOMEMAKINGBy -__ -I

cially the East Coast.
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Key West-Julia La Congo, GRACE VIALL GRAY 1.,,t" ,,,h, /:,. .
negro woman who said she was r " U___ ,
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110 years old and at one time{ Riaing .1 .
queen of an African tribe died J Self- Flour a Time-Saver to Woman in Kitchen .,: ('.'" ,"\. '. .--
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here I today. She said she had been Within the lust few years I here It sifted once only, there Is 1111 ImkIng ....;,- ;:; ..:, .- a
...... - ----- .. captured by Spanish traders and tins been >
..-. -.-.-, .... ---- -- - a steady evtrlncteiiHliiKIiilorcnC / powder to measure, the eggs jjo.r
sold Into slavery in Cuba while yeta In solving hnnipmiikers' lire mlded unbeaten end the coke :
Fort Pierce While not yet purpose The Bok tower Is an as- would ., ,.
young woman. Before her cap- problems. Anything tliHt la mixed as quickly. and gently as \
9 completed the airfield of the Fort set to Florida. ture she said she ruled a large cut the Working time In the kite'IwO piiHKlblp. .a v. r,

sii Pierce Airways, Inc., located lust tribe in her native land. Upon ling met with great favor. All sorts In nddltlon to being U time saver : '/
south of the city adjoining the of modern mm'hi lie s, such nil the Molf-rlHliifr[ / (lour i Is ilepenilHble und .; "
High Springs. The citrus being given her freedom in Cuba "
power witching machine, the Ihllll one feature Is ,4T"p
ski 1 1r ready for / pressure dependability.
l is
l Dixie highway, : truck traffic through High SpringsIn she moved to Key West, where cooker, tile dlsliwnwlier ami, worth Its weight In gold to horne- 1 ,
use the past eight days has been the she made her home for the last 78 vacuum cleaner lire now recoitnlzedeijulpirient makers. To know that such day ,
I heaviest on record according to years. for tile modern home. her products I will be perfect and

Sarasota John Ringllng, those In a position to give opinion. In the'mutter' of foods, considerable nlunys the mime Is n (godsend to

wealthy circus owner, has regained During this period approximately Tallahassee Forrest Lake, progress, bus been nmde too every' one of us who prepare three

IItIII t r ; 1 title to all his properties onArmand's seventy-five trucks each 24 hours former president of the Seminole lighten womun's work. t Possibly inenla H duty, iiOA' dnys each year.

Longboat and Liddo passed the junction of highwaysNo. county Hank of Sanford must to Ole food material has In contributed In st'lf-rlslng Hour, a trained r
greeter elllclency cooking tliiiu
Keys, off this city, in litigation for 2 and No. 6. serve a three year sentence in the 1It'1 f.rlllin/l/ flour. There la no proportion chemist linn of prepared leavening the which proper is s a

months state prison. The supreme court doubt but that self-rising/ flour Is a baking powder, und flour In HcliemloaJ
-- Tampa Militant members of later yesterday reaffirmed a convic- great time saver In cooking For laboratory, with the great-
: L4 Key West The Citizen recently Tampa Garden Club circles tore tion of violation of state banking example, liiVorntory experimentsprove "' est of accuracy nnd with accurate

t observed Its "golden anniver down and removed hundreds of illegal laws which carried the three year that a cake calling for three weights and measures.So .

4 sary" and occupation of Its new or Illegally placed signs, and term with It. The conviction was the chemist In giving us flour

home-the only building ever placards from trees, telephone and on an Indictment charging Lake blended with baking powder In the

wt, I '1 erected for a newspaper in Key light poles and other places along with aiding and abetting In mak- right proportion. fissures us of that
accuracy that we cannot always
; l -t West. prlnlcpal thoroughfares leading ing false entries in the bank's
t + t get. In using self-rising flour, sift
from this city to St. Petersburgand books. flour before measuring.; Never add
I { Jacksonville A state wide other Pinellaa county points.. soda or baking powder.

aviation conference under the auspices Jacksonville Dorothy StarlIng !- The following recipes are dell-

of the Florida State Cham- Pensacola-Announcement has 10, Jacksonville, was killed clous and Illustrate the efficiencyof as
ber of Commerce will be held in been made at the Pensacola Air and her three sisters and her fath- self-rising; flour: } "r.

1 'Y Jacksonville on December 13. It Station that the Sum of $400,000had er were Injured when an automo- Cookies
i Drop (50 Cookie

s}; U a meeting that should be well been made immediately avail- bile overturned near here today. 4'cups sifted selfa eggs

attended because of the Import- able for public works at the government Bernice, 5, and Janet, 6, are In a I rising flour 1ft cup sugar
ance of aviation to this slate plant, and this is taken hospital with possible internal In- 1' urRitk "%" 'cup fat 3 lap flavoring ,
"%" milk .:..; ..
cup --- -
{ as an indication that the govern- juries. Margaret, 12, and Brooks -- --

Tampa More than 300 delegates ment has taken hand to L. Starling the father cut I Place In
I a provide were . fat a warm place untilIt In the hope he might Induce the French-Canadians to ,
to the sixth biennial'confer- work of some kind for the job- and bruised. Mrs. Starling was f e.v., becomes soft, 'though not melted. THAT American Colonists In their struggle for

ence of the Southeastern Library less.! driving and lost control of the car, Combine with sugar Stir In eggs. Benjamin Franklin was sent to Montreal to publish I newspaper?
Association, hailing from Florida witnesses said It left the Max- Dent wail Add alternately! the set up his office In the Chateau de Rimssy a corner of which Is "I,
and other states In the : Apalachicola\ The Apalachl- vllle highway and overturned. flour and milk. Add) flavoring. Drop tur d above and there he founded the Montreal Gazette which I li
t ern section of the cola Exchange club has receivedan : !small portions of the mixture on n In existence. The Chateau de Ramsay Is now an historical museum
southeast-I sheet
.._ bilking and hnke In
registered when, the Invitation to meet with the Tallahassee Callahan -- Callahan's newest -- it moderately, hot oxen (375: degrees .

held its first session Kxchangltes!, at their business enterprise is a modern Self-rising flour 'make the mixing ....). Brown, Carolyn Harrison() Mar I'alm Beach Building( nctv

--- luncheon on Wednesday, December commercial chicken hatcher whichis and baking of biscuits a simple Doughnuts (Doughnuts) guerite Green, Juanita. L. R. totaled near $3.000.iim' mark

KustU General Charles p.Summerall. 3. This Invitation was most enthusiastically being being Installed by W. W. matter. Hot breads are always 4\40 cups sifted :it eggs! Kalch Doris and Junior Rutledge close of first ten month per'
accompanied by Mrs. received at the last Hodges. Mr Hodges Is having a welcome on the table and with this ve-Knif.. flour 1 cup sugar when October permit, read
Summerall, have arrived in I<;us- meeting; of the local club and a building near his home remodeled efficiency flour, containing the leavening 1 1 tbnp.cup milk melted 14 trip, cinnamon Lamar and F. M. Oglesby, Geral- $289,885.(
tis to make this city their future agent and salt properly blended tt tap nutmeg dino Hall, Lola Mae Sparkman.
large number of members from which lie will Install "a large In the Fort Myers S I K-ih
home his retirementfrom right proportions with Combine melted flit and Kent and Freddie Manlre, Claude or
following stiKar.Stir
hero expect to go. and modern 18,000 capacity Buck-
Soft Wheat, hot biscuits ed new fish, market .
the United States Army after eye ImubAtor. This plant will be frequently) on breakfast can appear -, In ejtsi.! Add, Hour und nillltnltprnutely Belle, Robert, Lela Mae and Holland ! street. m l.ukt

more than forty years of service Jacksonville UutHcll Singer, ono of the largest In Nassau coun- luncheon, or dinner. tables. out the dough; 'odd' nhiwit inch RoU Many Brown beaut'lful and Margie Manlre, I West t'alm Bench Itno9o

to his country. of the American Automobile Association ty. I thick without Kindling( It more and useful presents Flying Service, Inc ,
any rorm
cupful f>f flour can' he ml\eel with were received by the little '
-- speaking In Jacksonville thiin 1uPCesairyI'nt out the ilmiKliniitt
opened new and
nolf-rlnlnit Hour In right minutes honoree for pcrmanmi mar
ClermontWhile the north estimated the Income to Panama., City Three barge / mid try In deep fit hotenough which In her pleas- ,
HKiilriNt/: tIp, llftprn minutes requiredfor ant base for seaplanes un f.uki, hid I:
combats depression and unemployment l Florida from the tourists of the I loads of steel sheet piling were the sumo cake made of, to nun kp /n doughnut rise. to manner showed much appre- Bethesda Park,
of u.. general spread this section present season at $150,000,000. i. brought into port for construction dour plain the, surface 'iull'lely11111/ to brown ciation. The little guests report avery Claude and Clint lone, .
each Hide. In nboiit
meets Thanksgiving with the The tourist business, he declared work ou the municipal docks In Of course! the expliiiuitlon"' for. one. minute pleasant evening.Mrs. Harold Anderson rout'
I (about :375 decrees F.). open sia
highest weekly payrolls of the would "over-shadow any other Bay Harbor. Other material for tlilu la us follows! : N.'lt.rlsln" 'Dour IlnilHrhalil. Hrirnre. Institute. ...) J. M.- .Maxwell- and daughter In Petersburg and t'learwa

year, and for the coming months single factor contributing to the this work Is arriving by rail over ---- ... MISS Keoa, nave as their Palm Beach Government
until spring, there will be little or guests this week, Mrs. Maxwell's
economic welfare of your people. one of the super tracks, part of the flclally approved site! for new Feral
no let-up in this condition network covering the mill l'erry-Game Is waiting for the this cousin and family, Mr. and Mrs.
paper I tract year, und plans to increase E. L. Porter and post office building h',
Mr. and
r Marlunua Jackson county site, It is understood that work hunters In the woods In this county his -acreage as rapidly as Mrs. Frostproof Sound equlpm

Punta Oorda-The Federal gov- takes the lend this year In Florida I on the docks is going steadily for- It Isn't alt, ,'\vatintlng, however possible in Columbia county, Hill The, all P.of T.Blacshear A of Ga. being Installed at Ramon Thea''
ernment will start work and will the Hampton
cotton production. Director of theHul'ouu ward, and from indications will I Fort Myers E.: T Benci
as one young doer Impatient for Public School will meet at the
finish the long-planned channel to
of Census at Washington be ready for shipping purposes at Sarasota The Bell Brothers opened Royal Palm Barbecue ,
the new city docks and a turning the' hunters, came into town the city hall next Friday evening at
W. M. Stewart, has just notified same time mill is In operation. Celery Company, shipper of vege- tlon on Boulevard beyond E'
basin within' the next six months, Special Agent Judson l']. Mitchell other day to nee what it was all tables from this section, is shipping p. m. Everybody is invitedto glades Nursery.

according to government engineers that tho record for the county Ocala -- The grand jury In- about. The deer arrived at the tomatoes from an acreage be present About four cars of beans I
Rev. Norris will
now here making a final shows up to November 1, 18,655 dicted W. L. Colbert, Marlon county Lee Gunter place In the edge of which it has maintained under preach at the day being moved out of Win

survey !In. preparation for the bales ginned. The corresponding tax assessor, T. D. Lancaster, the city and helped Itself to a cloth during the entire time of Ing Baptist and church Sunday morn- Garden and Ocoee sectionAfODERN

work. period of last year showed 9,893 Ji'., clerk of court and W. W. mesa of pea vines: in Mr. Gunter's production. The Inclosure utilizes

bales. Stripling, tax:: collector. In con- garden. Frightened by some young 110,000 square yards of cloth sup- I Airs uumgarncr of Starke. was
s Lake Wales--Major II. II. Nor- nection with the light act of 1929: boys, the deer stampeded and ran ported by 1,500 posts sunk four the week.guest of Mrs. H. D. May this

nabell, director of the Mountain Daytona Beach The Florida which fixed a maximum remune- into a wire fence. From one fenceto feet in the ground and 1,500,000feet
Lake Sanctuary, reports that approximately East Coast railway recently Issueda ration for the county officers ot another the scared creature ran of heavy galvanized wire. Mr. A. M. Hall of Olgo Illinois, u

300,000 persons have travel booklet describing the 5000. and which the three officials until It dropped dead either from :. Themometers wer
heard the recitals at the Bok tower many resort cities on Its route for have, as previously stated exhaustion or fright. vals among the plants which bear Mrs. Eula f4\I ? "
i.I i. Easton
this season coming to Lake the information of northern tour- by them, disregarded: upon adviceof an average of 20 tomatoes each. Is visiting her of Orlando, .

i.w Wales and Mountain Lake for the ists. Short talks has received a counter. Madison-Madison will have a i The object of this coverage of the this week: mother, Mrs. Chester -

-- - new bank on February 1,' it is an- tomatoes was to maintain more i. .

nounced here by J. D, Scruggs, even temperature and moisture West Palm _
i ,<< I Cosmopolitan Havana, the Paris of the New World, local citizen who has 'been the conditions.. nex to Young Beach Women's Christian New An- MCrCWomcn Noiul

moving spirit: in steps taken to
>II One of ,the Highlights of Cruises to West Indies provide the' city and community Jacksonville The average Association, opened.home on Okeechobeeroad Insurance Buying!

1I with a financial! institution. Mr. American of today easts better I

,a+?",M ark -. @ Scruggs' bought the old Madison than 19 pounds of oranges a year. I
State Hank building from the liquidator which is an Increase of 12 pounds life ha pace' ro come

of the Citizens Bank for .. a year over the consumption of No Substitute For I purchanng Dew upo""bllu-lbJlo uauaaa.lofltinctivcly .

$8,339.80, and this building, con- 31 yoars' ago. Additional figures
structed for banking Your SweetheartYou a woman.lui jn JJTcunonof "w
purposes and compiled by the Florida district valuaandchcxxnqulii'ar '

admirably arranged therefor, will office of the department of com- uuuranct a protection for hiproptrtv.

house the new Institution. merce show, also. that the aver- certainly don't want any. ThcMaifRvntuirMcaI .
UM of borne.We
age person eats five and one-half Neither do you want substitute I nunagcnwnt a

Chipley The recently organ- pounds of grapefruit a year. In for Carter's Little Liver Pills as a.,pdppd, to eerie

ized: North-W 8tern Florida Association 1899 grapefruit was comparatively remedy for biliousness torpid -',or.inJuronr Hbfhcm MTUCAWnw rm/iy.

held Its regular monthly unknown and there was no big liverandconstipation.TakeCar-

I meeting In Chipley on Tuesday, production of this fruit until 1909. ter's HAROLD C. WA
.. ,move nearlytwo pounds of
November 23, at which time the All fresh fruit eaten in the United

;- ,'- '; d: ,y fur to organization set-up was completed States In a year equals 33 poundsper bilecleansingwholesystem.Ao INSURANCESTARKE.
'ORRO $rr: new members received and the person cept no other. Buy at any drug,

Srtf't directorate completed. The objectof ---- store for 25c. Look for the retj FLORIDA

Va w'x r.tM lit the organisation is the bottle. Resent substitutes. '
{ $ vi a w3 general Miami FortY-four' enger
.S't.aAJ ,iK ,'&yt advancement and progress of buses operating In the Miami area -
t v .
f'et Northwestern Florida, the devel-
were equipped today with new
opment of Its natural' resources 1930 vehicle' licenses, nearly a

and the generation of a unified year. after they were scheduled to BROWNLEE BROS., Starke, Fla.
spirit for this section' the state bear them. License tars eostlmo:
-- -
that will be a potent factor In securing $18,788 were purchased-yesterday-

better things and greater by 0. 0. Dunn, Miami bus opera- G. W. ROBERTS, Laictey, Fla.

recognition. tor, as the result of a reported re-
} cent order of the state supreme

Palatka. Receipts at the Pa-' court vacating a bond Dunn posted
latka post office for the ten pending outcome of You
litigation want the exact grade of Fertilizer
t months of the present year ex-I He contended In the litigation that

tI a.xOATr6 e ceeded those of the entire year, the state has no right to levy a license that will help you get bigger

I 1>I9, Postmaster George E. Gay. tag tax again t the buses ,
'- announced. Figures showed: Re- which operate exclusively in city and better crops

PIfIQT'I.IJNCfECfoI ceipts for ten months, 19JO. $3- streets and are otherwise taxed. TIlC Hlfjh Cost from soil.of .
658.41. Receipts for all of 1939, The buses have carried 1929 licenses your

During the forthcoming winter $33,296.37. At this particulartime throughout the 'year.HAMPTON. No guesswork
Havana, .
gay cosmopolitan capital of Guessing
and with two months .
go ---
'Cub*. will entertain thousands of .. withDradley's.
receipts are unusually satisfactory about it
pleasure-seekers from all parts) of the %
world. Not a few of these will visit Mr. Gay pointed out, with
the Cuban capital In the course of the every Indication that by the end A grade for every crop

winter various West Indies cruise organised of the fiscal year they will be of Mlm A4j NI__., Cor.Mr '. \, and soil cpndi oa. And ready for
voyage which ar* achieving sufficient
volume to restore the office -

would Increasing turn popularity up a sun-tanned with those no**who at _. to first class rank. *. :Dr. K. McGrtuirr Entertains prompt delivery] Ask us for the

Old Man Winter and revel in the \r:-::;::: ,' '- ,i- ., Last Saturday Dec. Ith, Mrs.
P'CQRA foamets = facts
cal : I which Bradley'
balmy breeze of the tropic One of I ,. Lake City Between 75.000 M. K. McOruder entertained in prove that
the largest of the cruise newel will be UCH.t:fi owkOFo.QA.Cu7bm Tf/e .JII I and 100,000 tung oil trees are honor of her daughter, Settle Fertilizers )
I the Canadian Paclflo ("AA QUALITY"
liner Duches of
flourishing en Fine Royal Farm, Jean's fourth birthday.The .
Bedford, wblcb sail ram New York fragment are now preserved by' the city bad been sacked by the British west of here from seed of the cluster color scheme of yellow and produce bigger and better crop'Y
January 0 and February lion two :39\ Cuban government a* :national monument privateer. Bar Fonda Drake, conqueror _
day. Caribbean cruise *. On attraction which never of the Bpanlan Armada u a type hi ''February of this year rose were carried out Ter- beautifully

Havana I Ia a city' of contrasts-of fall to mural the visitor I* a quaint Tim fortress aero** the fin* nvbor.wher on land that had been In cultivation In draperies and floral dec
narrow, crooked atreeu and magnificent little fortress known as "La Punta"I eutlaa clashed against tutls-s* to general field crops formallY orations.
palm-edged boulevards, of palaces the Point) constructed In 1197 a* an and where pit-mark of to* solid shot years. They have grown to Many Interesting games were BRADLEY'SFERTILIZERS
and but, of fortresses and botanical outpost of civilization and to protect used by attacker may still be seen in a uniform else of between four i enjoyed after which cake, candy ;=; :
garden Prom time to time the the early Spanish colonist against the walls Havana's sldewaUi car_
and five feet In J. U and hot chocolate
height. Gray
tourist , were served -4.
sees fragment of the old '
city maurtudlng buccaneers Another famous reminiscent of the other Paris, and
t wall built between 1033 and 1753 to old fortification is "La Puersa.I her lavish flro reminding one of operator of Pine Royal Farm Is abundantly.

,keep Wetthe pirates which infested one commanded by Pone d* Leon. Mont carlo attract Uxrong. of.....'. making preparations to,transplantsome Those who participated in this "
r'Ml yea jin bygone days. :The**I I I Morro Castle, built m Ion attarbe I'I'I ton both day and algn of these trees to a forty-acre : delightful affair were: Emery.

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f -- r "Join Red Cross," Urges Conference Children Is :;: ;:

FARM NEWS SECTIONConducted I, Vice President- Curtis Third Called by Nation 1 j 111. :i jl"fJ -:"

America's prominent citizens .. .

Dr. L. D. LeGear. V. join In urging all mon and '

By ... ......... women to become member of
Dr. LeC- .. a jradaa 01 OnhrleYetertaaryCollege the bled Cross during the periodof

PEARL JORDAN Home Demonstration Agent .lg92.Tblrty-eightyean 01'etminal7 the annual roll call from
MISS '\ _k. Eminent authority on dlaeaaea toad Armistice Day to ThanksgivingDay. ,.

j I nIaIDc or dairy _... other livestock and -aItI7. Natbuafy. a 'r t'
I I known lecturer. . writer and .u....... e. }
Ir19tCF PR/HIIU'st I The Honorable Charles Curtis,
Prospects FARM Vice President of the United
rock L .'The Voice of Florida" I I Article XVII veal. Calves' weigh around 90 to States says: "The American Red ,

- _____._ I \V1IBX: Tin CALF I 100 pounds at birth. The market Cross Is In a position to and fr

Only Fair 1931 Gainesville BECOMES:: A ; has the host demand for vealers does more to relieve those
Fla. Many farm 4
\'K\LJoU"1 that weigh from 150 to 175 stricken by misfortune than any IrA
talks will go( on the air next week
:Many Cliuialf Irnt Ion* Are :Now pounds. 'It Is very easy to figure other organization In the world.

In the regular noonday farm programs \tII'l In Judging the. Meatof then about what It will cost to get splendid work has done muchto _
Qtlookhdicates / ]
given between 12:15: and Young! C.aJ1'I' the calf ready for market. A 100- bring a friendly feeling !in all

12:45: eastern standard time, over pound calf that U sold as a vealer parts of the world for the peopleof

stato radio station "\VItUF located when It reaches 160 pounds, will' our country because they sustain '
Truck crop To sell or not to sell, that !Is tho American Red Cross,
Fla. It
GOO of milk.
rulnesvllle here, the Florida Agricultural require pounds vT sultirrlYiF
the question. If Shakespeare had This wonderful organization Is -& . o .
immediate future n.- ""
(for the I Extension Service has announced. may take as much as 750 to 1- '
IceS been a dairyman he might have the liberal of tJ IIt''fJ'; : !
enUtled to support
unfavorably by .fI" .
'III be affected conditions ac- Some of the topics that will be soliloquized in some such fashion 000 pounds of milk before the our people" ,, N, 3 +' .;KEL'L P.H.D. :, /.,!A 1:: K
business discussed follow vealer Is sold. These are things a'"
aural : W1
when the question of what to do The Honorable Andrew W.: r U 4nj3.j
inffto the 1931 outlook report Sat., Dec. 13-Florida Farm to be taken Into considerationwhen o
'at released by the Florida Ag- News and Hints. V, S. Farm Science with his new born calves came up. the calf la. born.I !Mellon, Secretary ot the Treasury d.a'C-1i. ::pH 1 1I 1j :

Itural Exteuulon Service co- Snapshots. The owner of pure-bred stock might add that 100 pounds Is ; gnj's: "No one can predict eNEAITN
c has the problem pretty well solve when or where disaster may occur
Federal Farm
with the a. pretty good weight at birth.
rating Monday, Dec 15.-Some Fall arise. I
acute emergency
ed. lie has a market for all the or
card and United States Depart- and Winter Job In the Citrus Brown Swing and Holsteins are the .
The American Red Cross represents
calves he does not want to keep.
eat of Agriculture. It would Gt'ove-E. F. DeBusk. Bill and largest at birth and will average our community Insurance j
But the of the
,pear that In Florida this la none Aba. Recent Trends of Florida owner average from 90 to 100 pounds The Jer- against such misfortune, Tho
dairy herd must dispose of his
for Increased acreages In0et Vegetable Farming-W. T. Net stock. The market for veal seys are (he emallent", and will average organization stands rendy at all '

l truck crops. tles. 55 to t><. pounds for both times to reader speedy relief to +'
is a big one In this country. Near
Florida has less competition Tuea.. Dec. 16 How to Con- sexes. Male calves will average any stricken area In our own y rd
an oilier states but this! compe- 'Cockroaches J. R. Watson. veal ly one billion pounds of dressed heavier than the females, and the country or to assist In the relief O t .te"'

growing each year.. Texas are produced every year first and second calves are lighter +
tlon Is The Weekly Insect Police Court. of disaster In foreign countries

it foreign countries furnish the Wed., Dec. 17 How Rabies is which Is quite an Industry In it than those which fgllow when the The Red Cross Is the agency k ? r't K {tr

realest competition. Truck crop Tahsmltted from Animal to l\Ian- self.To mother Is In the prime of life. which carries on when emergencyhas r 1, .
Florida since 1920 has I the average customer of a I would also like to make It
reage in Dr. A. L. Shealy. The Things We disrupted customary modes
I butcher I ,
veal is calf But
shop meat.
Ceased about 60 percent while 'Have at Home James Speed. clear that the figures I have given and moans of life In a community. 'p{ e7)x.7317&3
Texas it has about doubled. Primer for Town Farmers when you get into the subject you both as to the ago and weight of ." ......---- \.;- ;" ;'

ordering the nation as a whole, Thurs., Dec. 18 Plans for find different: out differently.of calves There and are vealers and calves are not fixed. CUMMUrd: : :_ :1ti'qfj' #: :.
grades )
uck crop acreages not including Improving Dairy Herds Prof.C. The things that will determine Now arising from dependency.A .
many classflcatlons of calf meat. Body at
oiatoes, have Increased at an nv- II. Willoughby The Florida whether you are selling: veal or Six Foreign Countries Rift from private sources of a.

rage yearly rate of nearly 9 per Experiment Station Dairy Herd- Government few officials found that calf carcass Is the condition of the Receive Red Cross Aid President Hoover's Be- half million dollars has made possible pr r ai" "
out when attempted
a they
years ago
nt. Growers In 1931 must ex- C. R. Dawson. meat itself. hest Is Largest in the present conference.
oct Ib find a continuance of this ) to call the offspring of a The preliminary survey, which ,
FrI., Dec. 19 How to
pward trend in acreage. Get cow under one year of age a calf. I.'I.OUIIJ.'J.tJU GROUP Relief was glveu: by the American History Is retarded a* the most comprehensive tr' ye" i

Early cabbage prospects are for Permanent Pasture Grasses Established Technically they were correct of HOMK FROM CHICAGO, Red Cross during the year in ever instituted and upon u a s v

than -W. E. Stokes Bill and course. Even today in some sec-, ,I six foreign nations In disasters' which: 1,100 expert have been '
considerably larger yield Abe. Beekeeping in Liberty county Washington, D. C.-The White w.irklng volunteers for the lastyear >>.
tlons of the country animals under -| Gainesville, Fla. -- Florida' 12 ranging from a tidal wave In Ne \> as
,,4, lii which case prices are likely -D. II. Ward.ARSKNATK House Conference on Child Health is divided into four section
sold calvesat foundland an earthquake In Persia l'
one are as
year 4-It club and who at- '
at a lower level. The fall boy girls and Protection which has been \ r'
n) open Mariira! Service is headed by I" a"
so much a head. floods in France( to help for refugees "
,mato acreage In Florida and : MPKAV OR tended the National Club Congress called by President Hoover to ]>. tinmuel:: McC.! Hifmill nation-, :t t ) ;i
letas Is expected to be about 80 DUST PROVES FATAL Go into stockyards and you will and International Live Stock from Russia and prevention of a meet here November 19-22. is'the ally: Known pediatrician. Dr. Hugh {Ii hR+"S4

greater than last season, TO CARUAGK: COOPER: hear buyers discussing vealers, Exposition in Chicago have ,just smallpox epidemic In Costa Rico.The third gathering of the kind to be S. Cummlnjr, Surgeon General t.If a

Ind J-Tcent 32 percent greater than the veal calves, range calves dairy returned to their home state after $&.000 Red Cross contributionto summoned by president of the of the United State, 1 Is chairman

calves, etc. In the dressed meat giving It a splendid representation. Newfoundland following I the United State in the interest of of the Public Health Service and (I
the last two season. .
average" for Gainesville, }<'Ia, You can't tidal which took twenty-six
coolers of the packing plants you wave, children. Administration section. The Education 'j\
Inless the 1931 watermelon acre- blame the looper and other Insects will again find many different A number of club members who lives and destroyed many homes President Roosevelt assembledthe and Training section Is ,a n a.

xe Is less than last season re- for liking cabbage neithercan names for the carcasses hanging and fishing boats, was the first froman first in 1909. Two hundred of working under the chairmanship ;"

irns may be as unsatisfactory. you blame the grower for there 'although' to the Inexperi- did not make the trip had competing outside country to reach the the leading child welfare worker of F. J. Kelly Ph.D. former president ''11

nth 1930 acreage 16 percent less poisoning them. The cabbage exhibits. Lester Harrington distressed people. from all part of the country then of the tinlverslty of Idaho &&it

ian the 1929 crop prices averted looper, so named because of Its enced one they. may all appear to Darlington Florida, compet- The sum of $5,000 was given to met in Washington to offer' recommt'ndatlons now of the University of Chicago. r.t.

ony slightly higher. looping locomotion on the plant be just veal. There Is a split veal, ing with 20 entries of cotton from the fund for the relief of the Men. regarding dependent Handicapped children are being ; }t1
grass veal calf carcasses and the cotton belt fifth children.In surveyed hy section under i'' TTM
a the
Porto Rico is planting more Is the most common! Florida cab- over won oonlte refugees German descent ,
others. I place. As a state Florida placed 1919 at the request of President chairmanship of C. C. Carstens,
inter vetegables but the acreage '' who had determined to loave Russia
I bage pest. It Is contented to set
First let us define our terms, fourth In cotton exhibit Com- Wilson and with funds supplied Ph.D.. executive director of the ?le ,
bore Is still small. Tomato acre- i for new lands. About 13,000 passed r ;
tie head of and there
on a cabbage from the
President's Child Welfare
war League of
and then we will discuss the business / America. \ +
with 16 entries of Yellow w
In Mexico is estimated at peting through Germany where the German '
afterwards. But
40 eat happily ever side of calf raising. The de- emergency: fund, the Children'sBureau President Hoover is presidentof 11\-
bout the same. The Mexican Jersey sweet potatoes from over Red Cross aided by Red Cross called second :\
along comes J. R. Watson entomologist of agriculture has set a meeting the Conference and will make : ylw ro
partment .
,renge of green peas is about for the Florida Experi- up the country, Elsworth Murphy societies of other nations, helped This conference!' studied cb'1' It" onenlng address. Secretary
two < lasslflcatlons. The "vealer"Is Paisley Florida, won fourth place. them. The majority are beingtransported labor), the health' of moth "
I ne-halt of last season's crop but ment Station with a little arsen- : h .teriorRay Lvmnn Wilbur Is ''J '
a young! calf which in most Instances miscellaneous varieties of to countries In the children and handieannr ;
pper acreage Is Indicated at ate spray or dust and Mr. Looper new ( 1 Dr. H. E. Barnard !U s
bout 100 percent increase. In takes one last loop. has been fed on whole sweet potatoes, John Hurtz Crystal western world and the American dren. in addition to 'i, lafktt r v.e

aba and the Isle of Pines vege- Such biting Insects will take a milk and may be anywhere from Florida, placed second, and ned CroM has transmitted contributions t"1 .e

Is about 2 percent' three weeks old to three month. Murphy third. Alma Faber Vo- from individuals in this' 1
ble acreage dose of arsenate but some people Mrs.
The carcass of such a calf I hula won'eighth country. Bradley' parents, Mr. and ,
than last season. Most of the i County place on
tss object to arsenate on cabbage.
almost white in The Kersey.
When Rica
Costa was menaced bya
'ductlon is in crops other than I Since the cabbage head Is a bud, bones are soft and red. There is a Ricks canned Chattahoochee food menu, and won Louise fourthin smallpox epidemic the American Mr K. A. Ilo l.r, Cor.Mr. Miss Sunshine Hundley .

eppers and eggplants growing from the Inside Mr, Watson Seals and Arthur Morse ofStark.
very little fat and the lean meat the canned meats clan Red Cross sent fifty thousand tubes
I says there Is no danger from Is fine and smooth grained. It of vaccine, In two airplane load, ., were visiting Mllsea'Marle 1G1ta +,
Those who
PlTLOOK REPORTS made the trip attended and Mrs A, B. Rosier and
arsenate three
applied two or
la called "veal" by the govern- undoubtedly waving the country froma and Euretha Raines Wednesdaynight t

WILL AIDRIEUS weeks before the cabbage is mar ment. The term "calf" is appliedto a number of banquets, lectures serious outbreak of the dread dis children spent,Sunday< with B. E. of last week. .. P ,oirMr
IX PLANNIXQ CROPS and other Interesting fea-
keted. The outer leaves which animals around six months of ease. Rosier and mother. and Mrs. Kersey and A. J: !O,
tures at the Congress. They returned -
caught the poison will have fallen age which have run on pastureand Mr and Mrs. Bryant Reddingand Yarbrough attended church near
Look before leap has been to Florida by way of St.
you off or will be stripped oil. One which show the effects of age daughter of the State Farm, Macclenny Saturday.

cod adlvce for farmers, business authority goes so far as to say thatIt and exercise. "The meat from a Louis were visiting his mother Mr. II. "Cheathom Peele of Ralford was

en or just plain jumpers for a would take 60 sprayed cabbageto "cal!" Is darker, more like the ,SODIUM 1"I.rotU",11.1: F. Redding Saturday afternoon i visiting Mr. and Mrs. Schellle Rosier
> time. Those who take blind
hp9 ng sometimes land over the cliff poison a person. If the cabbageare red of beef the bones are. hard Ilil)' HOl'KK: OP ROACIIKH: BOOTSEY'S BEACH Mr and Mr. Calvin Morgan and Sunday night. Iti f ,'
to be marketed soon, however, and the baby of Glen
white and fat more abun- St Mary spent the lei
\\.ln, the hole which they might +r
Watson'' suggested using one ) '
Mr. "
aYe i seen had they balked careful- dant. It is> called "calf carcass. Gainesville .-Probably the week-end here with relatives Tallahassee 10,000 acres of'+ ,, ?

Y before they took the plunge. of the flousllloates or flourishes' In other words a "vealer" Is a surest way to rid the house of Mr. and Mr. Oscar Kelley and M loses Marie and Euretha land In Wakulla county purchased -

Florida farmers in planning Instead of arsenate. young milk-fed calf and a "calf" roaches is to fumigate with hydro- children of Glen St. Mary spent flames spent the week-end In by group of local sportsmen ? 9' ,
Another trouble about spraying Is a slightly older animal that has Starke the guest of Misses Sunshine
cyanic-acid but less now being fenced.
|heir activities for the remainder cabbage Is a 'waxy material on the gas a expensive Sunday here with her sinter Mrs
been to and has been and Mildred
and safer way Is to dust with L Hundley.B. Lake Worth Shuffleboard .
d I this winter and for the year M. Murrhee. ..5
leaves that prevents the spray raised on other foods In combina- sodium fluoride, according to J, R, Mr. E. and R. S. Rosier and Leslie Club Improves court in city park.
931, will take advantage of ev- from sticking. However, adding a tion and Mr. J. L. Gasktns were '
ry possible of help in with milk Watson entomologist of the Flor visiting at Raiford last McClellan were visitor to 1, ; 's
source will give it Saturday
leaning their The out- little lime to the spray I Now the question of whether ida Experiment Station. afternoon. Starke Saturday.Mr. 9- ...,_ ,_ ...- _._ _,_ "" ,_ t'M
course Mr. Wat-
better sticking power. you should sell your surplus calvesat Onann spent several .
The days ,
powder should be scattered :
wit reports on various crop and recommended 1 pound of lead Mr. Jess Saunders of Penney
son an early age Is an economic one last week here the guest of his "'
I'estock products have been pre- arsenate and the milk obtained around co that the roaches will Farms spent several! day last week Say it with Flowers .
and depends entirely conditions son-in-law and
ned recently by United States from slacking 2 or 3 pounds of the season of the upon year the walk through It, and when they the guest of her mother, Mrs. O. J. K. Rosier daughter/ MrrtandMr - .- _ _ .. .. G
*partment of Agriculture anU the In lit- are cleaning themselves they will A. Prlngle.
stone lime a
fresh quick or
markets and other factors. ThereIs Mr, Hester
uthern colleges of agriculture. of swallow some of the poison from Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Gasklns and spent Sunday Flowers For All
to fifty '
tle hot ,
one simple rule you can always their feet. I. with Mr. and Mrs. J, Q. Rosier
he reports for Florida are being Strain the Mills Frankie Lou Murrhee,
water for the spray. depend upon. When the cost of . . Pent Mr. and Mr*. C. A, Prlngle and
'ued by the Agricultural Exten- the day Sunday at Jacksonville.Mr ,OccasionsGERTRUDE .
limo milk to prevent particles milk Is low and the price of veal 'two children ; ,
St. Augustine L: M. Gray of were visiting Mr. and ,
sa Service at Oalnesville. Per- the nozzle. and Mr. J, M,, Rosier of _ .h
from clogging la high raise veal. When the conditions Gainesville received 170,174 con- Mr. Schellle nosier Sunday afternoon ,- - .. -..
I one In any cab- Woodlawn spent Sunday afternoonthe n
peculiarly interested when the
dust applied
A are reversed, that Is when tract to surface road No. 47 In St. *
articular crop can write for and I bage are dry will stick better thana milk Is valuable and the market John county. guest- of Mr, and Mr*. W. M. Mr. and Mr. Leslie McClellan GODBEY"ANDERSON

'seers a copy of the outlook report spray. Air. Watson suggested is off on veal, better keep, the Dade City Three solid carloads Reddish. . pent Friday with Mr. and Mr: A.

that crop.A mixing! 1 pound of lead arsenate calves for beef or milk. : of egg plant shipped from B. Rosier near Lawtey.

itudy of the outlook reports and 5 to 19 pounds of hydratedlime In raising calves for veal on a 'here during recent week. I Miami Okeechobee Construe Mr. and Mrs. Bradley and chile Phone 39 Waldo, Fla '

pill help one In formulating his for the dunt. Calcium arsen- while-milk diet It takes about 10 Jacksonville] Mayflower Hotel -'lion Co., received $67,703 contractto dren of Jacksonville are visiting ,

plans. The specialists from the ate Is cheaper but Is more likely i pounds of milk for each.. pound off'ITUl'H remodeled. construct bridge over Crane

partment of Agriculture and the to burn growing plants. Creek on Road No, 4. (j .,

Intension. Service are In position I Whether applying a spray or a Went Palm Beach Monterey Hotel

| hick will affect the crops pro- age, and good control should fol- F- Hints To Housewives Prettyman for $60,000.ISubstitutes When In Tampa live at Modern-Fire-proof +

duced In Florida; The Intended low. Some worms feed on the -J Radio Spa-

Induction In other areas cold under side of the leaves. A poison L 1. AVwkly from Homo Demonstration HM
I'lorage holdings of certain crops bran bait was recommended Are HOTEL H1.LSBURUcious Lounger N'.t', e

lumber of livestock on northern for cutworms, and nicotine sulphate 'I '* open ar

|'farUlS. etc> all have their| Influ'ace for aphids. MARMALADES Into small pieces add 2 pints of all the year. Rate d'rz t

i on riorida's crop prices and -- For citrus marmalades to have water and boll until the fruit disintegrate Never Genuine TAMPA'S LAIUUCHT HOTEL the same throughout ;,
the best flavor the should
peel be
\hould OF ('ON. Strain through
he considered In weighing NOTICE: OP LKAHK a the year.
I well ripened and the oil well; flannel Jelly bag and then Always
farm VICTH restrain aomethlllar JacJdnar In ubtl--
program for this state. will
yon meet and w
welcome a
ripened and the oil well cured in .
the juice. Mix the that'
Xo attempt will be made to dla"M juice always there In original.
; the outlook here. Interested The board of county commissioners the cells. Sour orange* seldom develop and peel and bring to a boll. Add Genuine Carter U the. Liver Pill
will the full rich color until later 1 1-2 pound of sugar for each $2.00 to $6.00
|'rmers should get a copy and of Bradford county receive containing pure vegetable calomel
.tady of county convicts but grapefruit and kumquats pound of fruit. Boll to jellying ' ,)',r "
. It. However the general bids for lease give tried and true relief for torpid ;
are usable\ In many place, now.Kumquat point. per day
toe Bids will oyer-rlpe.eranees the
| of the outlook report is that for the year Marmalade sluggish liver. Starting bile flowing

.seat acreage in most of the be open'ed December 20th.G. Extract the juice fom the kum- amount of sugar may be reduced. freely, they flush body clean. CartersLittle .Hu
Clerk. Grapefruit Marm !a I7 ps Ire lufflcient. Mayhap we W. ALDERMAN. } Liver Pill com: !in red bottles
Cook the skins In
quats. water This '
marmalade I Is r
Commissioners made In the Official
I"Hers County AAA Hotel
Board ,
can take little more Substitute Inaulta
a arc to liver.Take .
until tender. Changing water will same your
time Florida. manner as sour Free '
orange except Auto
I to of Bradford County Storage
gO fishing leaving some Carter.
reduce the strength of flavor 4
'' that 1
'err poorer 12-5-31. pound of grapefruit I* I for Quest '
I lands out. and paying Drain, and put through meat chop- used to 1 pound of sugar.
Id.: attention to the acreage we per or cut In thin slices. Combine Grapefruit Marmalade J 4 L.
Put Into CLOSING OF MAILS No. 3 ... _
crops. with the Juicer and to each cupful Peel the grapefruit removing "COFFINS & CASKETSAnd "Top o' the Town" at'a'(

ralle North 'I add 1-4 cupof sugar. Boll until the akin. that cover the pulp. To .
n | trees
|t tbat Show twigs little under sign' pecan of wilting Train No. 12, 2:50: p. m. the jellying point U reached.' each cup of pulp add 1 cup of water A Full Una of j DINING ROOM

< be picked and Train No. 2, 6:50: p. m. Hour Orange Marmalade and boll for 20 ralaut. Let Undertakers' Supplies
mull up at once I
Mouth PHI 1 pound of sour oranges. cool and strain a email portionof NEW
They were j robably 'Take the best 1-3 of the AUTOMOBILE t
peel and the HEARSE
ltd to Train No. 11, 11CO a. m. juice. If the pectin precipitate c ,
: may by the twig glrdler Train No.1. 6:60: p. m. add about four times Its weight of 1 Ja very light boll for five .. H.... 'lb.a.rvte ._. CAFKTERL1 ,

flat: contain! a number of eggs IU-11 Branch water. Boll for 10 minutes. Repeat minute longer. When cold strata .t t.. ..OTM* .rt ._ A
!twi will hatch out next fall These Ktarke A i this process three to livetimes and restartn the juice through ...*!.I .te..f'. t. .l.....* e e
7:00 a. m.
*I we Malt closes : a Serving at
the TUB
wood on which the e.d.nIlEODTBRRD you IULLH Ono 1* A pl-.ure '
5 minute
nt nut .Mall arrives, :2:40( P. 'm. boiling jelly. bag. Bring the Juice to a
crop Is borne 'time. The peel should be tender boll and add the sugar and peel BMBALMKK \

farveye show -No. Sunday service. I and this changing of the water remove a* !la number 1. Boll until the DEWITT C. JONES L. D. SKINNER a :J. JACKSON'

that rural people on train I the bitter toite. In another mixture reach. the Jellying
mall and register TABKJK. rz.OHIDAe President
hunger from one to two year Air i vessel cut the peeled orange point. Manager
than people In the city. No. 12.
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SRW: AM) so:CLCRK.TIRTAI : I'UST.'I..U;'" LETTERS) : Green Cove Springs and Mrs. L. ter, Doris, spent the week-end In complaining. sheltered, victim -
: >KD Snowlen spent Saturday night with Jacksonville with her parents. Eld. I Mrs Wilkison was born near to be recloth lMtt;l
I ci Mr. and Mrs; II M. McRne.. and Mrs. It. V. Skipper. Starke on Sept. 20, 1886, being 44 out I ',1 ,"',1

Mrs D. P. Carpenter was hostess Mrs. V. 11.Wheeler and son, Mrs G. W. Roberts spent Tues-. years of age at the time of her anew in lit. 'I i,,. ', .n j ',mgt!

to members of the Sew and So John, ,'CrtmfvlewV'; were visiting day in Jacksonville death. She had made her home at the first agent "
Club Tuesday evening at her homeon Mrs. J. W. McKae1 Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Thede and Palatka. most of 'the time until the one which .K. .i" field'! a"
Cherry street afternoonin about two ;years ago, she came By virtue of hl.m| V **>"
Miss Teresna Bennett spent the children spent Sunday lh&
MR. ANI: ) MRS. C. 1) SHANK: The living room, where the week-end with Misses Candacy and Melrose with. Mr. and Mrs..J. J. back and made her1,borne with her dent of the VnJtea ,tai,. lib)re,
OF RO\NOKI: :, V.HONORED: : guests spent a delightful evening Wateroak.Mr. McLeod. father. he may be, u l au '?, ,,,"''Iem !!!"
making Christmas gifts, was taste- I Mary Alvarez' pf She leaves to mourn her death Red Cross if ,bill, otd
TuesdayIn .lfprt
Mrs. Jessie Mead spent
and Mrs. B McRae and Mr
In honor of their guests Mr. fully decorated for the occasion J. W. McRae' were visiting relatives Starke.Dr. her faber and mother, Mr: and official arm of th 'l1erl\l aa u:'
and Mrs. C. D, Shank, of Roanoke, with autumn leaves and narcissi. ; in Gainesville Monday.Mr. and Mrs. 3. H. Carradlne bt Mrs. J. N. Norman, five sisters, ment.

i Va.. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Robinson The following guests enjoyed a JI I and Mrs J. C. McRae of Orange Park visited in Lawtey and three brothers, all of Starke, The recent dn.iigh/ gnat "
entertained with bridge Thursday tempting salad course; Mrs. II. C. and one aon of Jacksonville. The Red Cross an
Gainesville; is spending a few days Sunday.W. .
I} evening at their home on Madison Ritch, Mrs. T. T. Long Mrs. J. F. here with relatives. C. Wooten was a visitor to Interment was at the Dyal, cemetery vice. So did the Mlwjj': nor*

street.A Carpenter, Miss Ethel Griffin, Mist J.M Miss Hazet Underhill was visiting Gainesville Monday. Rev. C, A, .Crosby, officiat of a couple of years ago 'i.k hurr
scheme of red and green Min Oruber. Miss Betty Chamber- i ing. cane disaster in
I color friend in Gainesville Sun- Mrt.'J, II. Moore and daughter, World. Por
I' suggestive of the Christmas season tin, Miss Eunice Perkins, Mist WfH.Edwardswereshop- Rico and San Domingo And
lay. Mrs. bQ
carried outln the decorations, Blanche Alderman, Miss Florence KKKP f P THE WORK, dreds of minor disaster
was Dear Santa Claus: Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Crosby and ping In' Jackson vlt1e' '"lday. eonlla!!,
I tallies, score pads and In wrap- Matthews, and Miss Harriet Hitch I want a doll dresser to hold my family attended church at lie!!- Mr; Halle of Starke was a busi- BUY CHRISTMAS SEALS Iy occurring, keep this, or&anl' <

{ ping of the packages. dolt dresses. A farm wagon box bronn Saturday night. ness 'visitor to Lawtey Tuesday. tlon busy. It has no monV, e
Following several delightful BIRTHDAY PARTY of handkerchiefs, pair of sox, pair Miss Thelma Underbill of Pine Mr. Earl Roberts of New York, The Red Cross has made. Its an-. cept what the public gives
nual for funds. In few The
progressions of the game prize of shoes, night gown, bed room Level attended B. Y. P. U. here Is visiting friends and relatives In appeal a work of the IUbertulOt
;, were presented Mrs. A. Z. Adkins slippers, night hat, light, baseball, I days the Christmas seals of the as- organization Is of almost .
Sunday night. Lawtey for several days. equa!!
the most enjoyable
One of
and Mr. C. A. Knight holders of, ties of last wek was the birthday par- I balloon, BOX full of toys, set of doll Mr. and Mr .1 W./T. Crosby and sociation for will the be prevention offered of tuberculosis - ft6, *but.: Tuberculosis Is dlllli
Guest prize were everywhere only
high scores. ball wheel became
clothes. A rubber two
family were shopping in Jacksonville lb
given by Mr,,Thos, W, Fen-
t ,1 party WILKINSON constant
, given Mr. and Mrs. Shank. bicycle, a rubber rattle with a ponyon DEATH OF watchfulness and educ
The hostess served the players, nell ably assisted by Mrs, C. N. Saturday. These are two noble causes, to tlonal work of the devoted '
and teddy bear for the baby -
top Mr. and Mrs Wesley Hergey and n.
who were as follows, a salad Christy', honoring )feurs. Brow- .. The many friends of Mrs. Eve- which everybody ought to contribute and women who are giving
; ,
ard H.: Strickland and Jos. M. Da- cotton puppy.) M/SW'Alitfnjjfjackapn' i a.nct r.mother\ learnof '. lives that!
Ad- to to that
Judge and Mrs. A. Z. lena Wlklson were grieved work
course: Buying
r I am a good girl Santa and baby Mrs. Fonts Jacksonville Cbrlii
t 1 ktns. Ben and Mrs. E. M. Johns, vis In their "Radio Apartment" on Hof; spent her death which occurred on The work of the Red Cross is mas seals for a cent apiece
,with l ,
is chair II
a good boy* a baby the week-end with Mr. and .Mrs. a
irx l' Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Wall, Mr. and West Madison and South Bay balls on It to teach the baby to H. H. .. last Wednesday at noon. She continuous. Wherever there Is easy and practlcall! way for "e?.
4 Mrs. C. A. Knight, Mr. and Mrs. streets. count. Lewis ,. had been ,sick for several months life to be saved. homeless to be body to help.
D. A, Montleth, Mr. arid Mrs. R. F; The rooms were decorated In Virginia William and all that loving hands could do
' Demorest Mr. and Mrs. O. L, true holiday fashion with poin- TLAWTtiY to bring her comfort and relief IL
I Mrs. T. D. Mas- settias forming the base flower, but to avail. So onDec.
Beasley, Mr. and Dear Santa Claus: was done, no
{ + si* and Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Shank. The'large banquet table, reaching 3rd God saw fit a call her RADIO REPAIRINGALL
Please pretty
bring me some
4t through two rooms, was tastefully Mrs K.j.IDeraq.: Cor., home out of her suffering
brilliant toys. Bring me a tricycle, and a .
decorated with these
the Missionary
, BAPTIST W. M. U. CIRCLES blossoms and lighted candles, and play toy car, play farm wagon, MAKESSmith's.
was months
elec- Miss Jessie Mead shopping Baptist church a few ago
with horse that by
toy runs
I 4 MEETI corers were laid for fourteen Jacksonville I all her sufferingswith
In she bore
brothera Friday 'and
guests. A full five course dinnerwas tricity. Bring little baby Mrs. grumbling or Service Station
E. E. Burney and daugh- patience never
I Clrcde No. 1 of the Baptist W served at eight-thirty o'clock, rattle.' Please bring us some .

I M. U. met with Mrs. J. M. Brown- after which entertainment was canding and lot of it In my stock- !>- _.__ _,_ _,_ _._ _ r ___ .... _.-,--
lee Monday afternoon at 3 o'clockat furnished by Mr. Preston Durden, 'ing. Authorized DealerWestinghouse

her home. guitar artist, and Mr Jos. M. Davie Sonny Williams.
The devotional was lead by Mrs.J. baritone.; Please bring me two pair of ,GAIETY' THEATRESTARKE

I, M. Brownlee with scripture Those invited to share Mr. Fen- shoes, and sox, and rubber ball RadiosANNOUNCING

reading and followed by prayer. ell's hospitality were: Misses Es Sonny. FLORIDA I
After a short business session telle Kendrick, Gus le Mae Ben- - -

time was spent In making gifts to I nett, Louise Edwards, Patricia Dear Santa Claus: '' '." .. iii"MM H M llt l MMBIMBaiM ""
bo sold for Christ mas. The amount Lambe, Elizabeth Kendrick and I: want a football No. 36A-807, i'. ,"Htta H. HffMfHtSStfMSSHfiKHSHffHIffHUK: M' :. ,
i received for the afternoon was: : Grace Wood, and Messrs. Preston I' price $1.00, and a most popular Monday Night December 22nd ;

1678. '' Burden, Broward Strickland, Jos. shooting game No. 36A-800, price ,
drY; Brownleo served ambrosia M. Davis. U So. I want a cowboy outfit lfe'::

and cake to the following present: Mr. and Mrs C. N. Christy acted 10. No. lSA-59'2.)!) price $1.98. '
Mrs. G. P. Raymond, Mrs Leith, as chaperone on this occasion. $3.90 In all I want some firecrackers MR. R. F DEMOREST PRESENTS

Mrs. Drown, \Mrs. Moore, Mrs. Alice -, too.
W. H. Hart wishes to
announce to old
Mrs. Butson, Mrs. Hallle Elaine Edwards
Langford, TIIB AlOMAVH: CLl'llIKKT1M1
__ James Shepard, Mrs. C.: A. Knight, : : friends and customers that he has return

Mrs. \V. H. Perkins Mrs J, E. Dcnr Santa Claus: HOLLYWOOD FOLLIESwith
ed to Starke to take over the
L. Wall Mrs. a.It. ot management;
W. ,
Wilson, Mrs. The fm'pmber'1930, meeting ofthe Please bring me as many
t. Bennett, Mrs. B. Sapp and Mrs. Woman's Club was held Wednesday these things as you can. of the Hart, Furniture Company. You arp

Dew afternoon at three o'clock. I: want a. bicycle and pair of a cast of selected local players, Including chorusof invited to visit our store during the Chn;,
Circle No.2 of the Baptist W. The clubhouse\ was made attrac- skates, a looter: and nuts, and

M. U. met at the home of Mrs. C.I tlvo with baskets of poinsettias,' candy too I want a Bantam Austin pretty girls and lots of Vaudeville mas Holidays
O. Bryant Monday'afternoon at''Christmas berries and reel roses. I car, but If you can't bring it I

3:30: with ten members present. Mrs. Halle gave an Interesting: won't be mad. I hope you have a
The devotional was opened with report from the sectional! meeting Merry Christmas, and a happy new Hart Furniture CompanyStarke
circle Price: All school children 25c; Adults, 50c
a scripture reading by the held In South Jacksonville In No- year., Love, I
leader, Mrs A. M. Darby, after vember. Jack Halle.
No reserved Seats Florida
which followed a prayer by Mrs Mrs. T. J. Alderman, chairman ,

Card.A of education, Introduced Dr, Wm.
short business session was S. Stouey, of Gainesville, who ....._ _._._ ._ .-_._._ -- --" ..... - - --0., '.. ""',. .:, 'J"c..::.:.:",:. 'o 'rIf....' 'ifk:":... :,. .....; 1l !.:.......
held during which ''time plans were spoke on th Rights of the Child. RISING -- -

made for giving Christmas ,bas Dr. stoney discussed the five Ml.. Irln, Mellar, Cor. ." ,i
kets. Collection for this meeting rights of the child at affection,

was 95 cents. The program was protection, the sense of belonging, Mrs. G. W. Barney and son, Western Steak
closed with prayer by Mrs. A, M. adventure and religion Newn and Mrs Clyde Burney of 1 :

Darby. Piano Solo, "Arbutus", M. A. E. Starke, were visitors to Mrs. L. Yours For C Loin 35c Round 0c
- - -, >
The hostess assisted by Mrs. H, Davis, by Miss Elizabeth Kendrick. Crawford' Tuesday, ; ,

L. Brownlee, served a delicious sal- 'Vocal solo: (a) "Ah Sweet Mystery Miss Audrey Mcllae spent the Boiled Ham sliced lb. 55c
ad course to the following: Mrs. of Life"; (b) "When the Organ week-end with Miss Carrie Alvarezof -

Id\. Thomas, Mrs W. A, .Feeler, Played at Twilight," by Mrs. Pine Level. We want you Regular' Ham 'sliced lb. 29c
Mrs. F. F. Flume, Mrs. O. J. Orlf- R. J. Davis. The B. Y. p, U. social which ,

: fin, Mrs. Card. Mrs. A, M. Darby, Tea and sandwiches were serv- met at Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Conner 4 Bacon fresh sliced
Mrs. A. L, Kahr, Jr., and Mrs. J. ed by the following committee: Saturday p. m. was enjoyedby as a customer.Breakfast ,

F. Klckllter\ Jr. Mrs. C. A. Futch, Mrs John Ug- all. Lb. 32c
Circle No.3 of the W M. U., low, 'Mrs, G. P. Raymond, Mrs. L. Elder and Mrs. W. E. Hall of
'of the Baptist church met Monday D. Green, Mrs. T. T. Long and Miss Come in and Head Cheese lb. 29c
afternoon at 3 o'clock at the homenf Mabel Weller. ,
Mm. R. L.. Peek.. -----
. -
-- -' Smoked
The devotional was led by Mrs VISITORS ENTERTAINED: : : : I FLORIDA' let us tell you Country Sausage

0. W Alderman, circle leader In Lb.-------- 25c
the form of responsive reading. Mrs. E. M. Johns entertained
After transacting the regular business Friday afternoon with a bridge THEATRE' ' how you can Cheese Ib- 30c
of the circle the afternoonwas party at her home In honor of Mrs GAINESVILLE, FLA. ,
uppnt In sewing C. D. Shank of Roanoke, Va., and ) ; this .
The hostess sorved a salad Mrs. J. F. Carpenter., of Wlnston- . .- " ,- r'd; r -

course to the following members: Salem, N. C. -
Mrs. O. W. Alderman Mrs.. D. C. The lovely arrangement of roses, Program Week Dec. 12 CakeMaterial

Klnlaw', Mrs. W. J. Epperson, Mrs. Japonlcas and narcissi Intermin- 1
It. A. Newsom, MM, Goodman, gled with fern formed an effective I Nuts Walnuts Bra-

Mrs. J. II. Pitts, Mrs. P. M. Bare background for this delightful TODAYMark DOLL '
(oot, Mrs. M. D. Bumgarner, Mrs. party. zil Nuts, Almonds, Pecans---

J. II. Hundley. Five progressions of the game Twain's"TOMSAWYER" ..
were enjoyed and scores totaled. (\ For One Cent Fruits and Vegetables Fresh

YOUNG H1NGKHSKNTKRTAINKD: Mrs. W. M. Walnwrlght and Mrs.O. .
: : L. Beasley made high and sec- Daily.

ond scores. Each received prizes With ,- .
The vocal department of the Mrs. Shank and Mrs. Carpenter re-

Jacksonville College of Music under ceived guest prizes as mementos of Jackie Coogan' and MM-,. .. Ballard's Seaplane Flour. '. Men's_ Work Shoes for $t90.
the direction of Lyman: P. the party. : '
Prior presented an interesting pro- The following guests enjoyed a ri -. Ladies Dress Shoes Full Line,

d gram' Thursday In the college tempting salad course: Mrs.'0. L. GreenSATURDAY { .
building at 8:15: o'clock. Deasle,, Mrs. C. A. Knight. Mrs. New Stock
: '
Assisting on the program were W. M. Wainwright Mrs. J. E: Cor- 12s.} fori ,I- ,t- -, 35c':
Christie Nan Hoober, violin pupil, penlng. Mrs. T B. Massie Mrs. N. William Haines 1
+ and Edith BIbby, reader The ac- Sternberg, Mrs. J. O. Robinson, 981bs8 for '-. - $2.55' '
companists for the evening were Mrs. C. D. Shank. Mrs. N. D. Wain- In Dress Shirts; 85c 95c $1.40Ballard's
W. James Crosland and Elisabeth wrlght.'Mr J. F. Carpenter; Mrs. ,
Bluebird 24 Ibs. 75c
Meacham. W. M. Walnwrlght and Mrs. A. Z. "Remote Control"Added up'

The program composed almost Adkins., White 'Ring 24 lbs. 90c Men's Dress Hats
entirely of numbers by English Comedy and Screen extra good

and arranged American to insure composers variety.and was permits Jacksonville, totaling-about Flve'$7,000 building, Issued Song: Ballard's Obelisk, 24 lbs. $1.00 quality for -'- $3.95

The complete program was as daring recent date by Inspector .
Smith of South Pillsbury 24lbs. - 95c Salt 100 Ib. 95c
follows: Rutledge MondayTuesdayGeorge ,.. ,. bags for: -
Tilt I Wake (Woodforde-Fln- Jacksonville. .
den), The Last Hose of Summer Panama City 10 acres ac- BancroftIn : '

dleton.(Folk Song), Katie Reddlck Mld- north quired of for city.enlarging new airfield We want your business, and can save you money on your needs.

The Trumpter (Die), The Sea

r Chair Adoration(DeLeath(Borowskl), Wilbur),Strong.Christie .666 I "The Derelict"A Shotgun to be.given away at 3:00: p. 'm. Saturday. Bring your tickets at

Nan Hoober. smashing spectacle of the that time it will be for
Trees (Hosbach), When the !. a dortor'a Pv.aeIpCIom for sea. as necessary you to have them on hand when the

1 Roses Bloom (Relchardt), Ellia- COLDS. and HUtU.lCIIKS ComedyOimooiv! News drawing is made. A ticket on the gun with dollar
beth Meacham. It U tae M M* speedy reed ILMV -- -- --- -- _. every purchase.
OOO,also In Tablets ,
The Hills of Home (Fox). The SATURDAY"A ,"

., Sweetest Flower That Blows - - - WANTED---FRYERS HENS AND EGGSANDREW'S (;
(Hawley), E. B. Baker Lady's Morals"WITH ,
Lettle Bateese (Drummond), j II.E.LAGERGRENSurveying

Edith Blbby. HT.\R'CAST
A Place of Dreams (Buchanan),
Leveling ..
Song of Indian Summer (Dwight), ComelyCartoonYew.COMING. . STORE
s -- -'" -- n
Olive Rosenqulst. Mapping, Ornamental
O Dry Those Tears (Del Rlego)

+ My Song (Ellis), John Powell. Garden Designs

Fort Myers--Frank Pellegrln Starke, Fla. I
*" to open new "Gondola inn

.i.; '. R.rYs>a I A a ,.I p

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13. HMO nn.\i>Fonn COUNTY TELEGR.-\PJI. BTAKKE. FLORIDA .. ... . . .. .. . .
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person,Jr., of Jacksonville for the Wednesday from Lakeland, where I Swindell. Mr. Willis Swindell and WHAT vfCTKllANM: MAY nature which are disabled to 2S j' I'." "

he attended the adjourned sessionof Miss\ \ Ida lagan were business vis-. ItKCKlVK: : IV: I'KXSIONS, per cent or more. These disabilities '
week-end. t
i. do not have II be connected P'-I. .
the annual conference of the :tore to Starke Saturday The Information given below Is
visitor furnished us by the Legion'for: the with or due to service. t r,
Methodist Church SCuth.tor Flor Mrs. J. P.'Dickinson was H
ti Bits of Mr and Mrs. C A. Futch left ex-service man In order to be eligible for disability -
ida. Mr. Guy walt appointed to go to Starke Saturday.Mr. every .
Thursday for Winter Garden, and shows him what the government allowances or pensions, veterans I
to Cocoa for the I comJnK: year children '
and Mrs John Hall ,
must have served prior to
where Mr. Futch will attend the Starke regrets to give, up Mr. Guy vlnit- through the Insistence of .4w; .
Beach were
sla of Earlton '
November 1918, and shall have } ,
sessions of the Florida League of and excellent wife as they have Mr. and the national organization of the lit {
rr J c J jt..le Municipalities, made friends here and done a good Ing Mrs., Mr.Mat Hall Sunday afternoon. Legion, has provided for hint: had 90 days' service, must will'd
disabled caused by his own
tter work while in .charge of the Pa- All veterans of the World War ;
Little ,Miss Qloria Mann of
and he Is eligibleto
The most in the Incoming for are entitled to the following benefits teal misconduct,
personal gift church The
,, yy
; Our People Busineai and latka, Is visiting her grandparents the benefits of this act if he ban '
Concerning world-that's not expensive, but Starke is Rev W. F.Jones, of Miami Hlnson. : '
Mrs O. W
Progress of the County and Town. that carries. wealth of sentiment where he served the' Silver!' Mr.!Mrs and Viola Humphry! and little Collection of $60.00 bonus under paid income tax during the last ;

Mr. will\ hold the discharge, If not already year e'
-your photograph. Arrange to Palm church Guy Milton, of Jacksonville were
son, t
furnished headstones -
. day for a sitting and your photo regular services here next Sunday.THERESSA visiting Mrs. Humphry's. sister, paid. The government %p a
.a [ 5zC7P7s2S7S7S7 SZSZ5S5Z5ZSS5ZSSSZSSSZSZ5Z525S5S Adjusted compensation certificate for gravest of all veterans
L7 ca graphs will be ready for Christ !Mrs. R. M. heresy Sunday.

WKVTHKR REPORT Mrs. W. E. Torode of Lawtey, mas mailing. Hoover Bros. Stu Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Moore were time for filing of which has of all wars, Including Confederate ,Jd' 4j$
: dies
and If veteran
been extended to 1936. veterans, a
-' and Dr. E. H. Roberts of New York dio. l252t.Mr. business visitors-. Starke Satur )
. Compensation it disabled whileIn leaving an estate less than $2,000 ;
isan' Dec. 9. 1930. as visited Starke Tuesday 'h +
week ending .. c... day.Mr. service the government will pay $101 to-i f ;
Station. and Mro..rl.f W. .Morgan attended I" Rhode Ketcler. and Mrs Jim Buttery of
iln U. S. Forestry burial of the
plied by the funeral of their nephew Jacksonville spent!' the weekendwith Disability allowances or pension ward the expenses

,rke Branch. Toilet sets $3.50 to $22.50. No Theodore W, Peeler in Jacksonville Mr. dnd Mrs. IT G. Sapp of Lake ;lire. W. T. Wallace. for disability of porutanentv eteran. rk.

rot k 3 60 44 .07 one else sells as cheap. Rex Jew- Wednesday. Mr. Peeler Butler, were visiting at the homeof Everyone remember Sunday .

d 4 64 54 41 .-.01g elry Co.Mrs. died Tuesday following a brief Ill Mr. 'and Mrs C. Sullivan Sunday school every Sunday afternoon at wp _.p_p _n _,_ _ ...... - ,-.- -.. ca tf,:, ,a,, '
5 70 ness. 3:00: o'clock and Christian Union 1'' ry. (

antk 71 68 .03 E. L. Biggs and Mrs. J. F. Mr. and Mrs. WUmot'Brown and I every Sunday night at 7:00.: Everyone -
60 46 The Baptist Missionary Union
7, Klckllter, Jr.. were shopping in children!' spent Sunday In Starke invited.Misses .
8 67 44 will hold its business and program Willie Mae and Okie Hln-
atbl Jacksonville\ Thursday. with Mrs. Brown's parents, MI',.
9 61 34' meeting; In the church next and Mrs. Henry ,Orlbbsf.Mf. '. son were visiting friends In Hamp- PRINTING
blrin riwl rainfall for,week .,14 in., flee Monday the 15th at 3:30: p. m. afternoon..
ton Sunday
are always ap .''Wllller GloveV'and'' Mr: Walter : .
S Mrs. J. 'Brownlee will have
Jtmmle Swindell waa a visitor -
''ae preciated. Look our line over. Mr.
shells at., Kickliter's.wr charge of the program. Morris; of, Farms were Saturday .
Gall to Florahome morn-
The Quality Store Visiting friends here Sunday

Mrs. W. M. Walnwrlght: Artamo embroidery package 1-3 Iris !Hulllvan ing. ,
and Col. and Mrs. J.' E. Futch of De- Miss Eula and Clara Swindell I \
entered the
Saturday. The' 'death antfel<<
Jacksonville off at .
Stump's.A ,
ID entertained few of their friends ,
? week-end a
Land will spend '
home of Mr. and Mr;Edd Sullivan\ I.. f 7tiN

I. Charles Darby returned Fri- .with.Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Brownlee. special called meeting of Nov. llth and took their baby I Saturday evening. Games and \,'I t
dr.! contests were enjoyed during the .
---- '
Iris-was' "
Orleans, La. I daughter. Iris.' two years
New members of the Christian Endeavor N
from o Mrs. L. A. Davis and Mrs. O. L. was held at the Presyyterlan and 11 months old when/ she was evening. Everyone reported a very 4

Ada Nltnmo of Hampton, Beasley visited Glen St. Mary manse Monday'evening for the taken sick. She waa sick only a: pleasant evening. .,
Miss Rev. S. II. Dodd preached a very ..
Monday. "
[sIn Starke Wednesday purpose of discussing plans for local week and all that laving hands : interesting and helpful sermon at : ''J'
charity work for Christmas.Mr could do was done to i relieve her d ,-
and toys at St 'mp'I .1/ Mrs.. 11. V May and Mrs. N. D. suffering She leaves a broken- i the Christian church Sunday night. 1 1
Dolls Misses Eula and Clara Swindell,
Bumgarner spent Tuesday i in
mother and two I & i3s
and Mrs. W. J. Epperson hearted father and Lois and Alma Jordan and Willis \ *
Thursday Gainesville. brothers to mourn' her loss, be- " ?.!v4
Mrs L- A. Davis spent, had as their guests Sunday, Mr. and Jimmie Swindell, James Trlest NSH'tw' rk'
Jacksonville\ and Mrs. Dale Vanslckel of Gaines- sides other relatives. She was laid '
and John Jordan' were Hi Starke
Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Bumgarner '
ville. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Epperson to rest 1h: Hope'cemetery. Rev. J. '
visited relatives !In Palatka Sunday Saturday nlJrkt.MI' is the master keli of our
Uvlton's Tailor Shop-Cleanj I and family and Dr. and Mrs.R. N. Haymon of Or4nge: Heights had .
and Mrs. E. S. Slbley were
and pressing. 11-14-tf. M. Baker of Jacksonville.The charge' of the funeral services business visitors to Starke Satur civilization, the means 4'r' S 1 **
Iris we have loved you.
Mrs Annie Turner of Alachua,, day. which have u,
Sir. L A. Davis made a business Woman's Missionary So- But Jeans loved you more through we '
MM. hence Moorer and little
is the of relatives in Starke
\. to Jacksonville Monday. guest ciety of the Methodist church will And now he has called you achieved education and
p daughter Lynell, were visiting
this week.
hold a business and program meetIng :To youdetiliig)( :'''ore. )
; Mrs. Mooror'a parents, Mr and
Mr. and !Mrs J. A. Long visited Monday.attlOrnoon. the 15th The 'rher&IIsl'tJr4Jn's<$) HomoDemonstiatlon"clut industry. Ills well worth M
Mrs. C. A last week.
Mrs O L. Beasley and Mrs L. py.
Inst three o'clock at the \> niet at the
City Tuesday. at ,
pee the efforts fits
A. Duvln were visiting Glen St church.Mr Hub room Friday afternoon to Mr. laud Mrs. Clyde Hall are very highest
( the proud! parents, of fine boy
Mary's Nursery Monday. ,
See near' sterling silver sets goal make Christmas'' candles Mini craftsmen.BRADFORD.
born Nov. 20. They have named I
e halt price. Rex Jewelry Co. bandcoloreiframed and Mrs. C. D. Shank and Jordan was ,present and gave the him Rodney Phillip .1' 'l4
A few beautiful ,
little daughter Hetty Lewis and demonstration. The candy
of Lake Klngsley,. !Mi. and Mrs C. Sullivan were
Mr end !Mrs. E. W. Hayes and pictures Mrs. LillIe S. Lewis of Roanoke, was made was enjoyed by all pres
visitors to Lake Butler last Thursday
Priced down. See them right -
nil) spent Sunday with Mr. and awuy Va., left Monday for their home ent. A business ine'eting was held "

i, W H. Hayes of Gainesville away or they will be gone. Hoove: otter a visit here with Mr. and and nrrangenipntsr made for a box morning./:
Bros. Studio. 1262tDr. Mr. A. L, Sullivan waa'in Hampton
Mrs J. C. Robinson and Mr. andMrs supper to be given at the schoolhouse COUNTYry;
Monday afternoon.
\Vntch\ repairing, Jewelry re- G. Kirk Lewis. December 10, the 'proceed, '
and Mrs n.I S. Carroll attended Mr. and Mrs D. W Moore spoilt
ring ,ngrnving. Rex Jewelry to, bo used, to beautify the club
Sunday afternoon with Mr. and :,
meeting of the Jackson'
Rev. L. W. Klckllter: left Monday room. A program will be given otter -
Tuesday evening I Mrs. L. V. Moore of Starke.Mr.
I villa Society for Tampa where he will\ at* supper and Is free to everyone. .Ham'Plon

1 Mr and !\D. Walnwriglitd tend the sixty-seventh annual Florida Mrs J, J. Zolgler i and daughter', Gordon Weest of: ....-.-- TELEGRAPH'f
spent Sunday with his cousin, Mr.
Mr N. 1) Wainwright, Jr. Baptist Convention. From Misses Rhoda and Ruth, left Sun .

i nt Friday in Jacksonville. !Mrs. W. H. Hayes of Gainesville there Mr. Klckllter will go to day for Miami, where they will .r Howard* Moore. .

and Mrs.\ J. W. Hayes of Stuart where he will spend several make their home during' the winter Fort Laudordala
Thursday'' with -- $2,858 con- STEAM PRESSING COMPANY ;
Gordon Hosiery in Xmas boxes Tennessee spent weeks with relatives and try his months. tract for conxtruc'tlou of steel

; the Quality Store. Mrs. E. W. Hayes. hand again at fishing. Mr. and Mrs. J.'P. Summers and 'frame work on Initial warehouse SUITS Cr.EANED.ltlmSSI D AND RESHAPED 4:

r daughter Mrs. G. D. Chapman and Ity to John
Olson. J. Frank Thoman Phone 52
Hose In Xmas '
Mrs R T. Richard of Jackson- Humming Bird I Among those attending the"Flor little aon. Caror, t'ndMr., MathPouglas } 1 J .

'le Is the guest of Mr. and! Mrs. boxes, price $1.00, $1.35 and $1.76 Ida-Tellnessee gamo In Jacksonville of Lake Butler! ., were visiting - ... - ..... dIIIo! 8AI.1IIII.. !! !! ,."" - -IIIJI R! j' d L ,.

'. L Wall. I remember they are guaranteed Saturday were: Mr. and Mrs. friends and :{#relatives# here - -- f rs M w

at Stump's.Mr. O. A. Knight, Senator and Mrs. E. Friday. '

.", Stump's Store is full of pracal M. Johns Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wall, Mr. and Mrs. William Hall uro
gifts. and Mrs. F. A. Sweezy spent John Eldredge: Robinson, Billy the proucl parents 'of a baby girl FRIDAY ATURDAYt
' Mcintosh with Mrs.Sweezy's SPECIALS
'J, Thursday Graham, Ben Sternberg, Mrs. J. born December 71930...

< Mr Gerald Middleton returned brother, Mr. J. C. Tltr- d. Edwards, Sheriff Epperson, Misses Florence and Maude Bender DEC. 12th DEC. 13th 1
" on Macon Wednesday where he nlpseed. Johnny Hagan, Buster Redgravea. of Earlton Beach were visiting

15 been studying pharmacy.Mr and Gene Turner. at the home of Mr. and Mrs J. P.
We sell Gilt Edge Poultry Feeds' ,
Dickinson[ last Wednesday.Mr .
" and the best at the right prices alWhite's. J W. J. J. of Ilillsboro Broken Sliced F ;, ?
and Mrs. T. J. Mott Mr. It* Mr. and Mrs. Andrews, and Mrs. Carstenson it,

Jacksonville, were Jr., has as their dinner guests Sunday Lake Geneva were visiting Mrs,
__. __ . __ No. 2 Can 19c
_ __ _
sltors in Starke Wednesday Mrs. Erne Miner, Howard Carstenson's parents, Mr and Mrs.S. .
Mr, A. A. Johns of Frostproof, Miner, Beatrice Miner, Mr E. J.Roberts. . R. Swindell Sunday ,

Interwoven Socks, 2 for $1 spent the week-end with his mother Mr. and Mrs. W E. To- Mr8. Vera Jordan and daughters Castle Haven I 4{' ma+1P;

ike Ideal Christmas gifts. Qual- Mrs. E. F. Johns. While here rode. John Torode, Mary Lucille Misses Lola sad Alma of: Mc- Cut Stringless Beans No. 2

Store he paid the Telegraph a call.Stump's Torode, Mr, and Mrs G, W Roberts Rae: were vlsitiagat the home of can, 2 Cans _ .. _ _ _._-h 25c

and Patty Roberts of Lawtey, Mr. and Mrs S. R. Swindell Saturday Del-Monte
Mrs T. J. Griffin and Mrs. E. Mhns Store Is full of dolls and Dr. "E. H. Roberts of New York night Medium Size

Monday In Jacksonlie. toys and gifts. and Dr: and Mrs. E. L. Biggs.. Mr. James''rhok'; was a visitorto PRUNES

lie. spent Starke Satur .afternoon. _.__ __ .. _ 2 pound package .._.____. __ .. 19c [Y5
Mr. and Mrs. R. II. Rice and Mr. Rev James T. Guy returned Mr. S. R. Swindell, MIlls Ettla'' full' Cream . '. .. a "
Jacksonville\ were ,
Intermediate O. A.'s will\ II. E. Bynum +
guests of Mr. and Mrs O. L. k
>et at the Baptist church Mon- CHEESE _ __. . ...Per Pound
o'clock. Beasley Tuesday.Mr. .u .:... .______ _ 25c
1 afternoon at 3

sets $2.25, and Mrs. W. J. Epperson, Masterpiece of Radio Engineering CASTLE HAVENTOMATOES 4 ?
China, 18-plece tea

J price $4.50: only a few ,left. Jr., of Jacksonville are visiting at No. 2 can '_ 3 cans _. _. _ ___ '
the home of Mr. Epperson's parents TIME RADWith .... .. __ . .
a' : Co. -- -
Jewelry ,' .fc Mr. and Mrs. W. J, Epper on. GOODWIFE -'. -- -


>Col.week-end and S Madison. crews'spent and Men's Shirts in Xmas boxes $1 Hammond Electric. clock Selfrising'FLOUR' __ _ _ .. ..24 Pounds .. _ ___ 70c w .
Stump's.Mr. .
ie day In Jacksonville. at VAN CAMP'S - -- .. . . --- - .r.

and Mrs. E. S. Matthews,

Cabbage and onion plants. J. F. Miss Florence Matthews and Dr. .. MILK. - ------ _ -_. _ .3 Large Cans
kliter. motored to Cedar 4 1) .w- __ ._ ______ 25c 3
H. D. McLendon '
This model! is 'r riynsd'
car-Je-s; ;: this Key Sunday. :
at the
*k for Washington to be gone dresses and coats at : r' ,

I days. Stump's.New j jHrll. t storo of Rk Jewelry Citron Peel, Orange Peel, Lemon Peel, Candied Cherries, r ,, f

For' sensible Christmas Gifts J. W. Andrews, Jr., and : Compa'ny1i Candied Pineapple Candied Ginger Raisins
Iks the Qual- ,
your selection at children, and Dr. E. II. Roberts .. Currants,

't Store. .. i spent Wednesday .In Hastings with I :dI P Figs and Mince.Meats. " "

relatives. .... '
Miss Virginia Peace of Jackson- i --

I i'',' will\ be the guest of Mrs. E. Carroll Mrs. Come in and see
and Mrs. B. S.
Dr. =
Plllsbury Best XXXX
Biggs for week-end.
I the . F. H. Long, Lois Long and Evelyn it for yourself.Price i

Gifts for men ,women and chill Stump motored to Jackstnvlll PLAIN FLOUR __ __. 24 Pounds
_ _ __ 99c
Tuesday afternoon. r 4 _ _
l at -
Stump's.ENT -- -" ..- -- -
Vegetole Brand -- -
Brown of Lawtey
Mrs. Clifton ar

; A WORD and day.villa,Mrs.were J.visitors R, Boring in Starke of Jackson-Tues. Complete'of 85.00 Time' Had Pure COMPOUND"Cane - LARD.. __ .u.'. -. -_ _8 Pound. ..-. Pail __ ._.. .___ ... .. .99c_ F R'

Frank Mitchell from the I SUGAR ,_ .. 10
_ pounds
of Florida spent the weekendat I __ u .. _-_- _-- '_ .. ___ __ _. ._ ._ .49c
J forMe and Mrs. J. M .
for rent. (he home of Mr Fancy -- -
cards at this office. Mitchell. .- .- - :
10 months; To- pay I LEMONS ._ _.._ .. .. .Per'Dozen ,'
HA PAY for - - -- -- _ .__ .. o
50 quart
cents a All Rhode's hats reduced atItump's. -- . .. _ 20c
trawberrles, quarts preferred I.' National Biscuit ..
M '. V Jones, Hampton, or my

lu'e on road. C. A. Durllng. ItLaM Turner of Other FRUITCAKES 5 '
Sir. and Mrs. R. A. .. Models pound $3.25; 2 pound '
- ,rm of Mr. and $1.50
guests ;
WlUIston, were $6 .OO and $75.00
WANTED farms
I want week-
for the
G. II. Bennett "
'>' cash buyers. Describe, give Mr

doe. H, McNown, 409 Wilkin- end.

IOn. Omaha Neb. 12-6t-3t our entire
selling out

k->rrED-:. s w e *t potatoes.( i stock We'now are to Xmas Jewelry, below Co' wholesale Rex Jewelry .Company 'w'r Y

( 'wki ofInds. cost.
enl, eggs and'prod
all 1 Can use pecans; send Mr. and Mrs. H. 0. Wall and }Vhere Satisfaction Is a CertaintyI
with best cash prIces. Smith were
C Mr. and Mrs.\
Waters II-
Sanford. FU. W J. Ep-
'I-4 gocsU: of Mr.

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r'I I virtue of Thy blood." a big success.. can farming and agricultural! prod-

'}I11 1 I Pooomber 13, 1030 Worship at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p., ucts. The industries have made And the Worst is Yet to Come.

Fear Ood Fear God and give m. Morning subject: "Jesus, the by-products out of what were
Light of the World" formerly wastes. In a few cases
I glory to him for the hour of his
ll' ;
have been
/ i ? Evening. subject: "The Social agricultural by-products
judgment is come; and worshiphim Alms of Jesus, made and used. However, the

Thy word u i lamp onto ay feet, and a light onto my p tk.-Plain 119105.: that made heaven and earth, B. Y. P. U, at 6:3: 0 p. m. on Sundays chemists are giving more thoughtto
and the sea and the fountains of the utilization of farm wastes

SI 1 r3Uurlnnt 3 ruua An relgfoua'! teaching, doctrine or waters.-Rev.' 14:7. Wednesday 7:30: p. m. Prayer now than ever before. DGICJCGL '
creed, if they fere to have any claim Prayer: "Lord on Thee our and praise service Paper and fiber board are now _
I port the love, loyalty and devotion of the people, must be in harmony with souls depend: In compassion now Let us alt try to attend church being made from cornstalks. For- )
the of Jesus the Christ whose words fit Into sw&5&
teachings fold and crevice descend.
every these last three Sundays of 1930. merly no one ever thought of us- !
of the human heert and 'whom lt WM said in John 7:16,"NEVER MAN EX Igllll
$FAKE LIKE TINS MAN." ing anything but the grain. II III
The Blessed Blessed are the METHODIST Chemists of the Bureau of l? o alit c. ,ijl
WKKKLY: : HKIIMON'KTTK: : : : to live in his own house with al dead which die In the Lord from Chemistry United States Depart- till

t141 Roman guard. lie preached to henceforth: Yea, earth the Spirit Preaching every Sunday at 11 ment of Agriculture, tell us that I I II
p NN'C'fllHlly of A Spiritual Mirth Jews and Gentiles and spread the that they may rest from their la a. m. and 7: 30 p. m. lignin Is one of the three great I I Is

John 3:3.: 6, 8. Jesus answer gospel widely. He was then tried bours; and their works do follow Sunday school at 9:45: a., m. E: components of agricultural wastes
and released and went on other them.-14:13.: K. Perryman Supt
w f ed and said unto him. Verily verity occurring In the dry material of ,.
missionary journeys. The Romans Prayer: "Comfort those who Prayer meeting every Wednesday most vegetation and that It goes
I say unto thee, Except a man I .
y y9t he born again, he> cannot nee the enacted a new law fixing a penalty -I weep and mourn, let the time of 7:30: p. m. to waste at the rate of 40,000,000

kingdom of God. 8. That which l In of death to all who preached Joy return." A cordial invitation is extendedto tons a year. Now two 'productsof

horn of the flesh is flesh; and the teachings of Christ. Paul was PwMtilwr IB, 1030A you- to attend any or all 0 of value in the drug field and pos-
again arrested and tried, con- United Song And they sing these services .
that which l is born of the Spirit la I sibly in the industrial field, are
demned and executed. the of Moses the servant of ,
spirit. 8. The wind bloweth where being made from lignin on a small
I YI (' It II teth. and thou hoarest the Just before his death Paul God and the song of the" Lamb, J'UESn\"TJ.UUS: scale. These are eugenol and k lty r

sound thereof hut caret not tell wrote to Timothy, "'I am ready to saying Great and marvelous are gulacol.!
whence It comet, and whither It be offered - I have fought a thy works Lord God Almighty; i Services Sunday, December 14, Cull sweet potatoes have been

gouth: o I 18 every one that is born goat i fight I have finished my Just and true are thy ways tbou as follows" : wasted since time immemorial.Now .
KIng of saints.-Rev. 15:3.: 10 ay m. Sunday school, J. M.
of the Spirit. course I have kept the faith. they are being utilized to a
,i John 1:12: 13. As many as Henceforth there is laid up for mea Prayer :"Slng we now Emman- Truby Supt. small extent in the manufacture, > J )
SrtJ I I
1 .
> I lel. 11 a. m. Morning worship, ser- } ITRoM
received him to them gave he crown of righteousness, which of sweet potato starch. A sweet
power to become the Boris of God, the Lord, the righteous Judge Ik-4.-C'mbC'r in, 103O mon, by the" pastor. "The Wonderful potato starch factory has been established -! ''1 ERINEn
even to them that believe on his shall give me at that day: and not A Full Conquest-Who shall Name. In the United States
name: 12. Which were born not to me only, but unto all them also not fear thee 0 Lord, and glorify 6:30: p. m. Christian Endeavor.! Chemists have found that sweet -

of blood, nor of the will of the that love his appearing." thy name for Thou only are Holy; Topic "How to Make Others Hap potato starch compares favorablywith W. k kMN
for all nations shall and py leader Miss Elizabeth Kendrick -
When consider
flesh, nor of the will of man but you the hard- Irish potato starch.
worship before thee for thy We expect a goodly delegation -
of God. ,hips which Saul suffered becauseof ; Cane cream is a new product
his conversion, and his judgments are made manifest' ,: of students from the state
Prayer: I will rise now and seek serving developed by the Bureau of Chemistry -
Him whom my soul loveth. the Lord you may ask 'Did II Rev. 15:4.: university at this meeting, who It Is made from cane syrup
Upon whom should we cast our pay'" But when you realize that Prayer: "How happy all Thy will participate in the meeting. from low-purity cane juices, and .
burdei ? Answer read-Psalm acceptance of Christ and trust in' servants are! How great Thy 7:30 p. m. Evening worship A is now being produced commer-
55:22.. him are the only means of salvation grace to me!I" gospel team from the University cially. Better clarification of cane .
F li : you might answer with this IHwmbrr 17, 10O Y. M. C. A. at Gainesville will have juices is resulting In better gradesof

: r rI question. "What shall it profit a The Righteous God-Thou art charge of the service for this eve- molasses and syrup, with en- e .1''._ ''ht'.9+0'- -
I I ILU man. If he gain the whole world righteous 0 Lord which art, and ning. larged markets for the products.
I\Y SCHOOL and lose his own soul?" wart, and shall be, because thou Prayer meeting Wednesday at The Florida citrus Industry is

I LESSON To earn of us the time will hast judged thus.-Rev. 16:5.: 7:30: p. m. attacking and solving one of its Cross City Herb Thomas opened year period at annual rental
: I II come when We must answer these II Prayer: "Holy Holy, Holy Lord A vesper Christmas stir! vice will' greatest problems, the utilizationof "Herb Thomas\! Hunting 1000.
Questions. God Almighty! Early in the morn- be held in this church Sunday De- cull fruits and the manufactureof Camp," located about nine miles
DKCKMIIKIl; :: 14, 1OJ1O: cember 21, at 5 A Leesburg Frances Beauty
KOU Ing our song shall rise to Thee. p. m. special by-products. Canning of low- from here.
Ion on South Fifth
IU\U1X08' IfcHnilx 18, 1OUO program of Christmas music -will grade citrus fruits is street and E<
\II.Y IHIIM: being con- Madison-Court house being General
Subject! Saul of Tarsus. (Later r God's Judgments: And I heard be rendered.' ducted on a larger scale this wIn- painted. nomy building West Store In Can
called Paul.) another out of the altar The Christmas exercises of the I on Main street a
say, even
h..t'mlK-r S2, SOlO: ter than ever before, providing an Leesburg -' W. E. Cross of latest additions to business
Golden Text: "I count all things so, Lord God Almighty, true and Sunday school will be held Christmas outlet for fruit that was formerly Bradenton purchased McPheeter'sStudio. trlct here. dl
to be loss for the excellency of the They Overcame--Now Is come righteous are thy Judgments.- Eve ''Dec. 24, at 7:30.A wasted. By-products, particularly '
knowledge of Christ Jesus my salvation and strength and the Rev' 10:7. cordial Invitation to all our Tampa-Three local ice DIal!
I juices are coming into greater Jasper T_.. O._ Lelirhlv opened sold for about $250,002,
Lord: : for whom I suffered the kingdom of our God, and the pow- Prayer: "Ancient of days who services extended to all. 'production and use.
loan of all things, and do count er of his Christ; for the accuserof Bluest throned In glory To Thee new. fruit store opposite Fay Theatre Haines CitY-State Bank to

them but refuse that I may gain our brethren is cast down all knees are bent all voices MUCH GRE.ATilt USE OP Bay Hart>or Construction of River open.
which accused them before New Edwards Plans under way to hold eel
Christ pray. miCULTril.XL WASTE paper mill for Southern Kraft Corporation -
Lesson Text: Acts 22:3.15.Arnold's : God day and night. ,And they overcame PRODUCTS IS COMING progressing rapidly. building completed. bratlon to open U. S. Highway \
Commentary says, him by the blood of the \PTIST Panama City Extensive Im- Jasper-Frocks and Frills, newadles" 192 from Kisslmmee and St. Clo>,
shop, opened in Adams
conscientious and * Lamb and by the word of their "Waste to Melbourne.
"Saul was not, want Not" is an provements being made at Adams'Drug Co.
tealous and loyal to the Jewish testimony; and they loved not Sunday School at 10 a. m. We adage that has had some following Store at Harrison avenue Drug Miami building. Fort Myers New Theatre, I
religion. lie really felt that if the their lives unto the death.-Rev. are going to have a regular Christ- for years and years Yet it is and Second street. Biltmore Thearte reopened cated on First street opened.
in Buena
temple and all it stood for were to 12:10.: mae tree with lots of present and !, only in recent years that the principle Palm Beach Franklin SimonCo. Lake Worth Bartow John J, Quinn C
be swamped by the new religionof Prayer: "Paschal Lamb all thy good things. Come next -Sundayto of reducing large-scale ., will open branch shop In city received Wilber P. Gould Inc., of Miami, received $283,1'
Jesus the work of Ood through people are forgiven Through the draw names and help make It wastes has been applied to Amerl- this season. permit to lease and oper-I contract for road connt ruction(
ate Lake Worth Casino
for three- Highway No 17 Polk rounl"Y
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Israel would be lout to men. and -- :=

movement he threw all against his powers Christianity into the" I "THE MAIN[ THING ON MAIN STREET'S By L. R Van -Z ltn-n -1

Saul (whose name was changed -
to Paul' ) came to Jerusalem to r -
I I@ltity jjUIZ:
keep the feast and when the strict ; i
Jews "saw him in the temple,
"Man STREET'SoiuTJCuL :: 1bJI CANT STOP TatE tu1H!
!, : ; "stirred all the people PE6DIN- .
(they) up I'E\\i4P,40EQ. else J' /- I'lL WAVE: Tb KEEP
and laid hands on him, Crying out, UEN 12ATTlETRAPS GARAGE YER S \ J """ i 1 "" IN' 'ROUND THE t

Men of Israel help: This Is the YOU'LL FEEL AU PUFFED: UP IF YOU .. < TILL *WES OUT A );MAinl
man, that teacheth all men every RUNAWAY' Aura BLOW YOURSELF TO ONE OF OUR MEW TIRES FIRE HOUSE G.A"3 ST.J
where against the people, and the --
law, and this place: and further -
brought Greeks also Into the temple ,
and hath polluted this Holy "C-S ONLY */A* GEOWig F EoIEHSI

place." "And as they went about CHA:Z.+ T. U+E 3.fNK..JCLiQ& -
,.,,: I Ii _
to kill hImthe chief captain < .COI.t.t) STOP Hrl. 51LEiYC6 I ==r p rTI FOH
came near. and took him" and as CAR "fCSTtCDAV' << VAS TbKEEP Eg3on I
led the stair I
Paul wait being up '
into the castle he asked permission 11 Jl
way I
,*t BLOCK LWL! IT RAH K eeaw I I I
to speak to the Jews. Being OUT OF CA-i.
permitted to speak, he said
Gt.jRGE Ma'" 'i') !lit:'"
"Men, brethren and father.I
j il't IT WHAU.Y DID Vtf!
am verily a man which am a Jew,
h born In Tarsus, a city In Clllcia, THAT WE WAS A"'QESTED ]
yet brought up In this city at the ON A CH/OGC!! of ILBtKHrnrr :

. r, feet of Gamaliel, and taught ac- ;: .rw, --SF4 l.F" 75L
u_ ___ ,, _
cording to the perfect manner of -

,, the law of the fathers and was -
:. ( zealous toward God an ;e all are I DOROTHY DARNTT ;' -I

this day. And I persecuted this B., Charles McManusi
way unto the deah binding and --

delivering Into prisons both men .. '(Ec- I'D LIKE ToEARL'f
i CALl-lN' HE3
and women. * I received letters SEE "'((OUR HOME E& rYESOt nJN auY lslAV To Buy I IISoME.

unto the brethren, and went to ING THIS 'FATHEft AT TO WALL STOCK WALLPAPER < /
them which ,j10R
t Damascus to bring STREET ,t r->
-; were there bound unto Jerusalem VfcNT? "o. I
,I for to bepunished. And as I /

..'" II made my journey unto Damascus / ,
I /
about noon suddenly there
hone from heaven a great light o. O i
,r., round about me. And I fell unto

the ground, and heard a voice saying 0
''i unto me, Saul. Saul why per
., secutest thou me And I answered I

Who art thou Lord And 9e
he said unto me I am Jesus of S. .'. ,
Nazareth - And I said What e Se

shall I do( Lord And the Lord e

I 1 said unto me, Arise and go Into V e
Damascus; and there It shall be i
told thee And one Ananias -

which dwelt there came unto me
., and said -Brother Saul -
the God of our fathers hath chosen

thee, that thou ehalt be his .- . .I'1H1,

If witness unto all men of what thou -
hast Been and heard. Wil& : VVimn-ed. -

A writer, of course says of"With Jesus the Christ exception Alfred and Sister Copyright 1130, Rich Syndicate -Bv "Erv" Hess...

Paul la the greatest character of SAY PUNK-SINCE SAY HERCULES- IT WAS KNDA, "HOT,IM.. NO, \ GOTTA WAIT \ 6EE-1\W'A 'MAMKS
the Bible the greatest man who WHEN is rr YOUR HoesyTb \ WMEHE'OVOOTAKE THAT SHOW. I IfHiNK FOR 5i-' i YOtO 8E- OVER FOR WAIINMUCH'BLIGFA/
.. ever lived lie wrote a quarter of STAMPEDE ON NICE UP PUBLIC ? I'M 6ONNA PACE- HOME HER: I'D TAKE HER f.V.t t 5001'.1 'M 1"1REO- CN00
the New Testament and Luke, a : IMIGHTKWpi1'OW'TONGUE CAAcgI'oY// I NEED A LlffLE0.0S2

Gentlla physician wrote whom another he mightily : WAG 001' O'' YOU Slot FOR soo, so WHA1' e- YOU HERE: FOR'up.I ) .HURRY ? \ ,, EV&,1tIO
\ Influenced" quar- AN' OUR) FRIENDS'LL TRV THE REAR EXIT WERE 'fOU ''N 1JIe lOW' WHY THE 'i\\ I ,
. 1 1t
The real subject of our lesson
today is the conversion of Saul of
Tarsus Into Paul the apostle. Paul HERE I W.

,accepted the Lord's commission, 3 : FOR SIS AND ;
and at once began to preach that ,,Y SZ POKES: ME ,
;r Jesuit of Nazareth was the Christ. a dx4

,.J After the seen described Into-
day's lesson Paul was taken before .4_ /
Felix and Festua and Agrlp- d

,I i pa, Roman officials at Caeiarea ', It yi ill 1.
where 119 was kept for two years,
.i.ii and before them he appealed to ,, ,.? 1I N
i :'
.i'f Caesar Paul was then taken to

\'.' Rome where he was prisoner for :: -
,, two more year., but was allowed 7 55IY"
I ,
l't': '.,

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S. .

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D,:< .
,rnY ___ _. -- ------ -. -- : _
-ed- ---- ---- -- .Innln" of *r
ro'1-1 into two sections Patrician : the. month herein above .I.'ted. and ,

i ((2nd year students), and Pleblan Tornadoes Win : of the receipt antI warrant Isnued 4 .., me, ______
during said month rorrenpondii with ( ,.
H. S. JOURNAL ((1st year itud nta). The Patricians JI Do You Know ? -:- the rnrd of my olllce and I I. true '
B. I are purple and Pleblana are -:- and correct to the beet of my knnwl- ;,. 5, _ _
edge and belief I also] certify that t
white. Last Game Season the following- le a Hut of nil. ) coulity
"The 'Staff" I dennHttorlea$ ahowlnir the balance in .
arh at the clone/of the month herein ,
literary dab flrat atated. and the amoiinK'bf a.- _ _
.m-Chief .. Milton Brownie The Literary Club met Wednesday .,-. rurlty furnished, by each n"h:: rtt>po J ,
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EJltor : :r \ '" Itorv and the amount of tntrtCalil
afternoon December 3rd In .', \ ; credited during ,,101 month
Editor hazel AdkinsSport9 (By Gary Overstreet.) or an :
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Assistant Miss Fernandez' room. Miss Fer- JJ' ... ',1!\ .,. depository on accountof 4
lf .. Gary Ovcrstreet .. niau. balances or time de- ,JL. .
Editor --- ---- --------- In here las
nandez I .
? acted as chairman of the a post season game ponltn., .

Editor -------------------- Muriel Silcox meeting! for the afternoon. We Friday with Webster the Torna- ". ,' '': Witness mv hand this let day of 'Lje 'L
literary -rPcP
December. 1930. 1, i______
Editor -______________ Annie Mae Pearce discussed the books we had been o W. AMiBnr.r\N
Exchange does took the contest by a one-
::- .II reading! by some of the latest au- i'i1A Clerk of the Circuit Court wt 4
l--: sided score of 20-0. The Webster -. Bradford: county: .
:\ KXAMS/ ..JUSTltoCXU I Kitty Hogsed Winnie Lou Howell theirs We discussed the following team made only one threat j Blanche Alderman, U. C.

:.\ Tin COUNKUr Louise Jackson Lois Long, Sin- books: "The Bridge of San LuisRey" and that was In the first peril _c4 ,

clair Peek Marguerite Prevatt by Thornton Wilder; "Jaln -' with most of Starke's second t<5am ,, ('O"'II'I'V tII'pFnl'llTWUH"N'rMO'llTIII.V 'i--
,, by Maso De La Hot-he; "Th "''11'II'J'I. sTA'l'lMil'l'I' _
Thanksgiving 1 U over. Stump Dorothy Swam- in the game. On a long pass the _
Royal Road Ot'M'IV !HtllOOkKradford 'VNO"
!! will soon be here. Isn't bon. Mrs. Hudson and Mr. Lov- to Romance" by Rich visitors advanced the ball to the -

ri.lml\1I, don't know how ell, teachears. ard Halliburton; "The White Monkey" 15 yard line. However Coach #'
[ rnlce? But I county, for the month of _ _
will enjoy that on Tenth grade Wynken Boul by John Galsworthy. After Lovell sent In the rest of the first I Auarupt. 1930Cimeritl). '4
students '
discussing these Mrhonl fvnttla ,4, r'1i
'.nY of worrying about what ware Mary Brownlee Hope we spent string and the threat was stopped. Overdraft AUK 1, 19311 . _ .213080Itecelpln _
"aunt on those mid-term ex- Haynes Morris Jackson, Eva Lee, the remainder of the period/) readIng Moore kicked oft to the visitor durlna, month __ I'>Aft!! 85 _ _
made different' Warranta. during month 3S22.7tllal. '
magazines. _ _
which are coming In two Mildred Morgan. Mrs. Long and< on their 30 yard line. They returned Sept. 1. 1910 _- 11.8.

,.in, Right' now most> of us areher Mrs. Carpenter teachers. to the 40 yard stripe. How' IU... N... tBal. c _ _
KroHlinutn-Junior ._. 3371
Etiquette Club AUK 1, 1B30 :
worrying about whether Eleventh grade Beverly Cady, ard Moore smeared the next play Heoelptn durlnir month _-_ 11Varrnnta 1______
be exempt. The others Miriam Jacobs Novella King Jean The Etiquette Club met Wednesday for a four yard loss and then \ durlnir month 7.B5Hal. '

,1Y Just wilt rocking along dreading,> Laird Ortho Matheny Ila Sponholtz. Dec. 3, In Mrs. Carpenter's Ste.-nberg broke up a pass. Her Kept. I,UI.C.1630 i N..._H.-2 __ 3112 ..' vj3

Evelyn Stump Victor Tb<,wnas. room. the visitors completed a long pas nal. A US'. 1, 1930 _-_ 71.10
I t 1 time. The meeting was called to order H..II't.. during month __ 31.80 .fr .
Etholln White. Miss Fernandez for a gain of about forty yards. Warrants during month ISHflOOverdraft l '. _______
TI14 O.V: ETIQUETTE! teacher. I by the president The roll was The first team was sent .In.Brownlee ) 8t-p 1, 1930 _-__ 3880

Twelfth grade: Milton Brown- called and the minutes of the last I broke through and nut. N.>._ a -d e' 9L4 a
Dal. Au1, 1130 IZMll
\ fadame Bramnllllera will ans- lee, Bill Wainwright Muriel Sil meeting were read by secretary threw the next play for a ten yard Kerelptx during month - S14.0* .

Lr question of Etiquette ad- cox Ruth Williams Gary Over- The meeting was then turned over loss. Webster fumbled but recovered r-i- ,.,, I' &' '- -'- _ _ Warrant during month ._ 148.48 %'.. _ _
llal. Sept. 1, 1810 14101IM
Led to her in care of "Brad- street Alice Fernandez Rachel to the chairman of the program and kicked to the 10 yard ." _ _ .t. No. 4 .. t ;

Li nigh! School-Journal." Silcox. Curtis Roundtree Louis committee Mamjorie Stump. The line. Cox tore around left end nal.'AuA'. 1, 11I30 -.___ 854.IIllecelptn J4
during month .js $
af Madame Bramnllllers: Hill Jr.. Annie Mae Pearce. Miss following program was enjoyed: for 20 yards and Eldredge added Wararnta during month-__ -_ l t t'44

When walking down the street Matthews teacher. Conduct at Church-Georgia 8 yards at renter On a lateral Bal Sept. 1, 1910 -_ 3S4.ISDIM. ''t
No. .
1th my boy friend he la always Katherine !Haynes. pass Eldredge made 7 yards and Hal. An*. 1. 1930 ..- 478.8JHerelptu tt

me Inside of the sidewalk. CHAPKL EXERCIHK8! American Neighborhood-Win- Sam Alvarez picked\ up four yards during month u__ ISO.((15Warrnnta i ,
nle Lou during month __ 144 4''0llal &
'hat should I do In a case likeat over tackle. Alvarez made 20 "Kept' 1. 1H10 __ ...__ ._ U 1.87 ,'3+ *'
? Yours truly We had several visitors Thurs- Conduct at Home-Clyde Mor- yards and then 5 yards, but fumbled l>lf. N... Trial :;, L4

A. M. P. day morning. Rev. O._P. Raymond gan. the ball on the next play and AUK.diirlns 1. 11130: month-___ ..OA oKrcellitH 'i' > ?

,'ar A. M. P.: Rev. J. T. Guy Mr. Dyer, Mr. Nettles Webster recovered. L. Robinsonon Warrant. during month ____ 110 h M._I

book Etiquette and Mr. Brown. Rev. Jimlor-H >nl<>r Etiquette Club the hardest tackle of the lilaC l No. N
him a on game .
al Give 'u ()Overdraft. AUK. 1. 1030 1S4.54llereltkta .Vs rfJ"j'm
a Christmas present. Raymond read a few verses of Roll call.Minutes cost Webster a five yard loss :: during month ?. i
Bramvllllers. Proverbs and emphasized the relation of last meeting read Webster fa'led! to gain as the Warren O. Warrants tlurlnir: month .. ,
Madame Quarter ___THAT Harding wu the only Pr ild.nt of the United Ovcrfraft Hept. 1, 1910 1S4.84. 4J '3 ,
'7 Boys beware! of the meaning of the read. and approved. ended. : t., to visit Canada while holding offic and that almost' the lot... IV.. *- '1 _ _
_ _
Ing to. the "Football Boys" on the Mrs. Long gave a talk on the Webster kicked and I... Robinson last public speech of hi. career wt ,*,.d. In V ncouv.r, BrltUh Columbia rial. AUK. I. IS30 _-_ ifio _ _
rt"K>lptn durlnir month _. 12(0
mit. WILT WOULD HAPPEN: IF? field. work of the club for the second returned the klck-for 18 yards. ? Near the spot where h. Stood on that ocaolon' In Stanley Park Warrant turln month ,_ .r1

t. aIan Mr Dyer our county agent semester. Cox made two yards and Al"arez Vancouver the beautiful monument pictured above was elected' : to com.mor.t. llHl. Sept, I, 1DIO: ._.__._.__. 1270 '
", the event and his m.mory. 1)1cC. s' ... 1(1lial ( 'ci _ _
Dora forgot her make-up. gave an interesting talk on 4-H Meeting turned( over to program passed to SternbeiK for 10 yards. -- Aiitr t I. attIC) _' .-___ 125HnrelptH t'
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did not give a club work trying to get a club or- committee. Cox fumbled and Webster recovered durlnnr. month ._ 'a" .
MIRS Fernandez I before the heavy movement begins Warrant. ilurlnir month 11.10 *
> | irltu-ti lesson In psychology re- ganized for the benefit of the Reading by Melba Silcox: "Am- on Webster's 28 yard line. Truck Crops of Overdraft "'''''I. 1, 19:WUl __ 11. j ,,

boys. lie will take up the corn, ateur Gum Chewer." However Matheny broke through from Hastings. ,,... No.. ItOverdraft 55M w trr

a i Billy". O lost forty-five pounds. pig and poultry clubs this year, Conduct at Church-Cleo Shepard and downed the man nit the 10( I Florida In Better Strawberries are In Rood! condition during AUR1 1 I.month 1U10Kooelptu ._.___ IS.29 >t

Edith !M. cut her hair. He stressed bow Important it was yard line I. Robinson Intercepted I and prospects are favorablefor Warrant ,diirlno month _ ..
and how educational the 4-H club Conduct at a. Play by Curtis and rapt H back to The fall llal. Hrl't 1, luau: 1;, .0 ,
cllo! Edith M. cut her hair. I a long puss Shape Than Nov. 1 a good yield. acreage 1)1cC. No. UHal. : '. IjJ

Q. could argue In psy-. work was, and urged; them to Join Roundtree. the 25 yard line. Alvarez made of tomatoes In coming Into Anw. 1, lOilfl _ .._ _..__n 48 10
' Lorena their benefit well for Conduct at Theatre HBcefpt. durlnK, mouth .._ "._ 10.0! s' .* 4I _ _ _
wloKclaHS.. as as a by Dora ten yards and Eldredge<< < made 10 bearing and "uhlpmenta, have be Warrant during month ._

Beverly C. could not laugh. that of Iho community.Mr. Manning" yards. Lester Robinson went over Truck crops nsa whole In Klor- gun., Considerable damage to' llnl. "Hept'( 1. I.10l !): () _ ir to ;":

e, The 'Seniors" did not "fuss" i Nettles and Mr. Brown Courtesy of Boys to Girls by for the score. Alvarez scored the Ma are In better condition than at east coast plantings has been l> caused -' AUK" 1. >nunItHnelptM l.,. No.. IIHal. . :2 8.811, 'Ia a., ,

bout test. gave a short talk In behalf of Mr. Gordon Wadsworth. extra point. Score 7-0. the first of the month. These Improved by heavy rains, and has cur- durlnK month _"_ .. 9.4* 1 a '
C, )( Dyer showing the Importance of Courtesy'of Girls to floyd by ,Moore kl'ked'to the 25 yard tailed the yield. is Warrants durlnir month 21 DA / .
conditions Quality reported .
her smile. noted -
lost are especially 4'
Carpenter _
Mrs. Hill. "$rpt. 1, lit:10 ___ 14.15 rjeetice.
Wilson Hayes could not make this work. Mr. Dyer has promisedto nio'! e Rltch. I line and Webster returned to the in cabbage (cucumbers as fair. The winter crop of tomatoes in -h 5 v

irtlstlc' decorations on his be with the boys in all their Conduct In the Home When 40 yard line. Here Webster fumbled eggplant peppers potatoes strawberries In I>ade. Collier, Broward Over ltipelt/M lira) ft durinmonth AUK 1. nln: _._. 111 1(1( SO AO/ I y '*,*?, .

HkH) attempts and all wish them much Guests are Present-Mrs. .Long. and Wainwright recovered and tomatoes. The weatherhas and Leo counties In being set and Wnrrnut.\ durltiirOverdiaft ", month,, .. 4* 64 f....' t

Annie Mae was a blonde. success. V Alvarez made 25 yards around been favorable In most places has had favorable growing; ,condition Wept. 1 I.. "1U3n... 1AHul _?_ U.UItl.t. V v'

Howard Miner did not blush. TIlE K.\TS I right end Then added another I and cool nights have helped the for the past ten days AUNT. I Ii, Iuao __-_ 13.TO '.
nn.\I..oltu l HUMPH The Rat Club met Tuesday atternoon. Iterelpl. ilnrlnw month . L7 .
Hill 20 demerits. f:rst down In two plays. Alvarezran hardy crops such as (celery lettuce -- _ _
Louis! KOt \Vnrrnnt, during month 4'flni.
December 2, 1030 with -i 4'
Alice F. flunked a geometry Harry T.-So I see you are a the 25 yards over the goal with and cabbage.. The quality of crops I. "Wept.' I, lit.10: .. .. 191 .
president Eldredge Robinson. out long, : touched for the second being harvested is ) ". tf
st t. salesman too. What do you sell? presiding! reported good nl1l.l An*. 1. JVlO _- .__ __ 7.0' 8_: . _ _
Thelmn. A... ranked first In "senr" Frank I.-Salt. I score The kicked was blocked with heavy yields. IteoelptM during month .. __ 3.00
was decided that thoue\ who as the half ended with the 13-0. The peak of the bean shipments Warrant during month, S 09 ,,
class.BlONOIt Harry-I'm a salt seller my wished I Hal I _
1. DaD.
should Hrpt' 4 51)
rings :
get pins
or r
self. Webster kicked to Alvarez on should come during thin week. : tile,. No. IN t t /4. ..;t.citr- _________
() ROLL-THIRD MONTH Frank-Shake. a committee was appointed as his own ten yard line; he returned Bumter' and Palm Beach countiesare Overdraft AUK. 1, 10'ID .,. Ill? $1 '4'3 t
follows: Martha Brownlee chair- Receipt ilurlnir .month 120 90
to the 35 yard line before being the heaviest : '
Ome. shipper. Hardee Warrant I" '
"Sour > during month 19 SIOv Z
I First grade: A and B class- man; Kitty Hogsed and Charles downed. Trying three plays and county U well past!! the peak of Its ..ntraft l Kept. 1 I. lOOt' 2t.fl 33Int : ;t
Henry McMillan. Moore I Hlnklnif, Fund Hint :1 t 10H9Int 08 v'4T ?
Leonard Smith Dorothy Green I'll make eat gaining only yards cucumber shipments and Lee ,
Bill G.- you every The meeting then & Hluklnw fund. Diet 9120 U
Ali Jenkins Thelma Starling. adjourned. kicked to Webster's 38 yard line. county Is taking Its place as a 1tt. ill "'Mink Klin.l lll>IHtH, 368.1' t 'r.iI.I .
word say
you herehy Tllfy thnt the. ( I_ _ _
Webster made a first down on a
'ranees Strickland, Jacqueline Milton: "Okay", lie cream peanuts HOW AMM.U-H: ARE: TIIAPPKI) source of cucumber supplies. ..atatement showing, bwlnnre', at i & *O'It'
Andrews Mrs. RitchT teacher., and pie. pass and then two passes were Peppers and( eggplant are moving the beginning nnd nt the rndlnit 'f $ 4
grounded. They kicked""to Alvarez from the month herein nlmve, mated. an First grade C class-Joyce "Green Goot. The K'ghlh' grade has been writ- Palmetto. Sanford, Winter of the receipt. antl warrant l,.*iiefl ?

hayes Geraldine SIlcox Thelma Cop: Don't ever let me catch Ing some themes this week. This on his 10 yard line! where Garden and Fort Myers, The during nalit month rorrenponda. with I

Manning Harold Johnson Freeman you speeding again. l Is a very good representative of he was downed. Alvarez made I 5 first strawberries have been offered and the recuitl correct. to of. the my t.>.eit,'1...of.. and mv knowl.I la true ( SNotice a

Register Doris Kruse Enos Sam: You won't officer; tomor- their work. yards. Cox added I 6 yards and a at principal shipping points, etlKct and hellef. . I alno, .errlfy that k ,

Illuyes and Othma Haynes. Miss row I get my new Austin. The animals are fast disappearing first down. Eldredge made 6 yards and tomatoes are coming; in from the frillnwlnit., showing. I I" n )Hat the of all.Itnlance county, In .I f.drpoeitnrie. O

May, teacher. ---- around here. When small ani- and Alvarez made 15 yards but South Florida Dean shipmentsfrom eiirh I\\ the clone of the moxith herein t'! _ _

I First and second grades: Eloise OUR roKT'H C'OIIXKK: mal come along their little path fumbled and Graham recovered 7 the acreage In Palm Beach : mated, and the ninount of 'I,

Hayes Charles Holton Hogan hey have to step very cautiously. yards back. E. Robinson failed to county will continue heavy until and security amount I hy of earn Interest Much paid depoaltory or credited , ,

Ihmlth and Billy Or1l s. Miss Da- This week our poet has writtena I gain as the third period closed: January, A heavy acreage of first tr ilnrlngald month by each said ./. 4..
deponltory acrount of .
|iln, teacher. very good poem for us, "The Traps are set with some kindof On a fake play Cox made 25 picking beans made this. past week dally balance or time depncltnWltnexx II' 1'%

I Second grade Harold Bishop Mocking Bird" bait on the treddle. When the yards and Alvarez made 10 yards the peak In Sumter county. Sent- my hand I thl is si .1;ty ot

Gladys Johnson Lou Snell. Fran- I animals come along a click of steel Eldredge mado I 5 yards and Alvarez mole and Orange counties will August 1930 A. J aiUVFIS. ,t

Ices Overstreet Ruth Wyman, I saw a little bird he was sitting jaws and a sharp pain greets his added 12 ;yarda. Alvarez wind up their shipments in about County_ ,Mupterlntenuent", '

!Mails Prevatt Mary Williams. on a steeple. passed to Sternberg down the ten days. Quality I I. fair but pricesare .
paW.Skunks ... .. '
south sidelines for 25 and
!Kelvin Wiggins,. Coy Simmons I. told him that birds were queer rabbits opossums racoon a score low ,

Winton Sumner Margaret Pearce little people *, and other small animals are Alvarez added the extra point. Broward county's winter crop in NOTHH OK MIIICHIFF'B .JALB I I I. hereby given that alxtr :1 ti i.\;;. \

Grace Green. Alice Peterson. Irene I asked him his name there cameno trapped for their skin. It la very With only a few minute to play In good condition and has had favorable Notice Id daya after dete hereof on to-wlti the i'r1.,
hereby iclven that the. Iinrd day of December. 193..,. We the '' '
Webster Then
pitiful to see a animal when Intercepted a pass.) weather for the undemlg-nud' 'The/ _ _ _
GoodRe. and Archibald Thomas- reply. poor past few a* "Sheriff' of rimclfon und..reltorned executor of the estate t< S '1'1"
I Him Orlflln teacher. He didn't say a thing but chi chl, the hunter comes to see about his Alvarez turned around and Inter- weeks. The cabbage cror as a County Florida, under and by virtue of Alice c.:. M. llewke. depenaeil, will '''''' ItJ ... .
that certain **eoutlon .Imued out present our voucher. and final ao'S .
I Third grade; Emmett Perry- chl. traps. cepted a Webster pas. Alvarez whole I Is In good condition although of the Circuit Court, Bradford Cowty. ,- count to the Honorable (leci A, Our- . .. \' Ijj

Iman, Ralph Rhodes. Frankie I They growl, cry scream and made I 30 yards around right end during the past few day Florida& dated the 11th day of diner County Judge of Bradford I "'i; .;...,.
Nov. Ai l> In that certainiauae County Florida, fur his '" "
I Rltch. Allte Mae Slade Jack Halle I picked up a stone and at him I try to get out, but the huntpr pays Then Alvarez attempted to score of warm weather worm have been h r.IU1tlr Prescott la and our dleclmrK, a. pitch executor approval. p$I ".' .JIt' .

I Billy Jackson Jesse Ricks Tom- threw. no heed Ha just dashes out their on a pass but it was interceptedand in evidence. Setting of planti Is Plaintiff and Noon Warren la detsndant This 24th day of (October 1930. ,/i' ftt-? -

|nr nitch and Margaret Lowry. But he shook his little wings and I brains with a club and takes the the man was downed by Mooreon I still going on In Alacnua and 8ura on and ,wilt'und.nJ.-n.d all ;to th haa* hlh.levied. and up- MAN W. II HKWKU HMItOKNT! : HK1U1RNT e ncl '!:'.''''<; 'Ii,{," "

Webster's 15 yard line as the ter bidder for 10-14-Bt-13-l .. II _' _
I Hiss Mlddleton teacher. away he flew. I beautiful creatures' coat. He then : counties but Manatee SemInole cash on the tat day K cutor j \ ,
of D..e. O.
< A. :
nlo, at the Old .
ended. Pr. ; -
I Fourth grade Era Edwards He has a nice coat of dark brown stretches the hide and ship It to game and Orange county grower ontt Flare near Hamvaon City Flor Noncn ,
I Clara Flume McKay Johnson feathers. some market. The hunters for the B. H. S. lineup: expect to itart cutting In a small ida, eleven 4'clock, A. M., to sat is. FINAL nIee.aaittimNotice ''i:.f.. ..!1,

ITernon\ 8:1cox! Crockett Sumner. And he doesn't think much of I' mast part hunt animal for sport Sternberg RE way by the middle of December !lowlnir fy : _!!: d.snrI execution: bd. peraonal and..! costs! _,property the fol- I I. hereby sinn that sixty

( Clara Mae Hlgglnbotham and dark cloudy weather; and not for their hide Matheny RT The celery crop I I. reported lookIng '"-'-." 'vfinr in uraaiora (county, day after date hereof on tu-wli;
Brownlea Florida: the 4th day of February 1931. 1 the
[ Hellle Silcox. Miss Bennett. But he likes a nice bath on a sun- By Donald McRae Sth grade. RO good. While setting of plant One half of oranges. One half of undernlirned Admlnlntratrlx of the

I teacher shiny day *> Inman. (C.) G Is still In progress a full acreage I poa.n. one half of potato, all the Katat! of W_ M llarrell dcenn. .
TRAIN: AND RUM HTIIKUULES Graham LG la above being on the old pr.*ootl will premenl my voucher and final
I Fourth grade --< Lucy Ann Dew. And is always so happy and play I expected. If weather condition place 4 meat hoa-e, and corn ..atb.r.d. account to the Honorable (*.,. A. _ _ _ _
I Nettle Dowllng Lorraine Hart- ful and gay. Moore LT are favorable the movement Bald above deacrlbed prop. (Uardlner County Judge of Bradford
New schedule changed Sunday, Walnwrlght LE should begin: around erty now blnr In the poaaeaalon of County, Florida' and auk for hie ap-
I eanfl Gloria Johns Lillian Mose- January 1. undersigned proval and ,
my discharge a* suck .
hy. Mary Jane Judd Jewett He has a little head and a sharp November 30th and traIns will run Robinson L. P... QO With Hardee county nearing W. J. EPPERSON. Admlnletratrlx.Thl .

Fogg J. N. Oliver N. T. Rltch bill as follows: Alvarez LH the end of its cucumber deal. Lee Sheriff n.u-u-n.of IIradfod... County.'lorida Ith..11.: BULAH of December lt:1i., :: ? .

Jr., and George Silcox. Mrs. Hart But my he can whistle and oh Southbound Cox RH county i la beginning on Its crop of 12-5-ft-l-30.I Admlnlelratrlx.MASTRR'M .

teacher how shrill. No.1. due Starke. 11:11: p. m. Robinson, E. FB 400 acre and DeSoto on Its 250 CLImRK'. rIeJAL'' '' STATHMKNT' $I ,' ,
Score by quarter: COVHTT ruo.Monthly NOTICH] Or 8ALV!
birds both great and acre. The 1 n
Fifth Murla Geiger He Imitates local.No. crop reported In
grade -
11, due Starke 11:23 a. m.. B. II. 8. ___0 IS 0 7-20 good condition.. ?.
tease Maples Frances Lee Peek small financial atatement of hereby notice I I.
Ruth Ella Silcoz. And oh. how be tries to mock them local.No. Webster _. _,...0 0 0 00 Low price have cnrtallorf .... Bradford oountjr for the montk of by virtue of that certain final. '
Priest Doris -- ------ -
107 due Starke 11:00: a.m. plant shipment November 113G. decree of Foredoeure mad hy the .
from t.
Carol White L. O. Jones, Jr., Bllh" all. Wauchula 41..1 Peal. Judir of the l8tb Judicial Circuit. '
Powell Miss Donald McRae 8th grade. limited. where there are 500 acre ready nai. Nor. i. l.g0 __________ 77'.02 In and for Bradford County, Florid , t'.'
and Billy Long.. No. 103 due Starke 5:10: a. m. Mulberry New lighting systeal for barvett.. Yield. and Receipt durlnamonth ,_.. 1S1 61 In Chancery, on the 34th day of November. : o ,
Perkins teachers. quality durlnamonth __ 167.10 A. J>.. 1,30, In favor of IPederal .
the /
CLCB NEWS limited Miami. Installed In show windows of have been good. BaL Dec. 1, IPso _...... Land Dank of Columbia.
Sixth grade Elizabeth Craig, Kl.. ... a :
Northbound Mutual Store Inej Lettuce ........>.. 5usd corporation and against
Bertie Hem and romaine are reported HaL Nov. 1, IUO .r'n.f
Mae Ward Martlle .ni.-rirn.1 VT* A. Cunningham, O, U. .
tomy Martha Slade. Mae Mer- Nature Bturty a.. No. 2. due Starke 5:44: a. m., Miami Everglade Construc- to be 75 per cent nor Ilelpta during month __ 14>.14 Lake Butler National Kelly Farm Loan the t' 4z

of the Nature local. lon Company received 190.000 mal, with Warrants during month __ atl.OS AHoclatton. defendant. The underUned
$ereau Don Another meeting I shipment expected Hal. bee 1, UaG -
Laurie McKinney and No. 12. due Starke 3:05 p.'m. ____ 0.21 a. epeclal manter will offer ..m..
held Wednesday : contract for completion of Golf from Sanford Stead
Stilly Study Club was the last of this week' Feud for .ale and cell at the front door
Miss Gruber teacher. read and a local. Park rial. Nov. 1. uao __.__ ,_. 131.IS of the
3. Minutes were Country Club and first unit and from Palmetto about December rteeelpt court houee In Hlarke, ,- .
Seventh Andrew5 Dec. during month '
Grace ,_ ida,
grade .
.No. 108. due Starke 6:29 the legal. hour of sale
p. m. of Card Sound Warrants Ia
Fishing 15.
Lodge for Escarole during. .
Judd. club song adopted.The should start month on Monday January
Vonda Inman. Lois afternoon limited. Trl Club of UaL Lien 1. mImic ._____ 13125 the hlllrhe..t. Bth 1931. to ,ijp -
"Idred speakers for the Miami. moving; about the same time. It I Ii .. w and bent bidder for canto. frI

Paul McRae Vasteen Parrish SHcoi. were: No. 4. due Btarke. 7:08 p. m. Leesburg Tom Thumb golf a'd that if the prevent hot weather Hat Nov. 1. IUO.lIoU?, _rusE 10.13 ''J.the*) followln and being; described I",: Uradford: property ly. _ .
Raymond county, hi
Fanny limited. Iteeelpl during month _____ ,
Peach- contlnu'.s Florida
Hundley course reopened after being re long to-wlt: .
| Iule Stafford.' Elaine Wynn. Mrs. Mildred plantIngs Warrant. during. mqnth Houthweet. 4a : ,
HLark A WaniM-a BranchNo. quarter of ftouthweet
modeled. of Bat 0...
1Iarnard moth. lettuce and romaine will 1, UIG ._?__ 10.13 quarter. of Section .
[ teacher. HummingFrlnk : 101 leave Starke 7:00 a. m. Lake Worth -*.. Ocean boule- eed badly 0.I.t..41. ....m. Township fleven South Fifteen (1S) J '
Strickland flange t
I Eighth grade Tommy Cason Nellie I No. 102. arrive Stark %::40 p. Hal Nov. I, 1130 -__ IS1.47 Twenty ((20) Kant' 1'a..t Fourteen ,
Joe> Edwards Edwards, Bird. yard road from Lake Worth Casino From four to seven car of peppers Keoelpta during. month S.00 (14) acres of Southeast 4 .
quarter of
Merrill Walking Stick. m. to Lantana. nearing comple- ara moving dally from the BaL Wararnt.I during. month Houtheaet, quarter of flection! Bl i"... . .
nna I'ra o. a. lDlO ___
Prick Myra Prink Leecy recitation. T. 1. Oriffln.IUo lon, ___ $87.47 teen (1') Townehlp Heven ((7) South '
a Wldew'e P.aaloI
05g. Dorothy Smith gave: point. Quality Range; Twenty (ao : "
Jotf > raet le
Grlffis Blake Uu. Bchedule Nov. ;
J. un __
ad- *> __
Apopka (1170 /
this the meeting was Improvement madeto I. good but price are dlacourag- I <*l acres on North l'' nd. Baat .
: "Withy Klckliter Louise Kite After Southbound 9:37: 11:37a. UecelpO during month too Fourteen IC ,'n.
a. m. )
lunch room. lag and ( acres of Northeaet
Warrant ,.
i may curtail a heavier during month _ Ill 00, hij
quarter of
"oaala )feRae, Annie Marie lIel0 journed. m., 4:07: p. m, 0:37 p. m., 11:- Starke Additional land to be movement. The new Hal. Jh. o. t. lUO _______.___-_ 131.10 lion Twenty-one Northeaet(31): quarter of Sec! .. f) .!
crop at Pom- ....... Townehlp Hey. I 1P"
Powell .It..t
Mersereau Feud) .
Martha Inter Xoii Club 40 p. m.Northbound. purchased for Lawtey Junior High tano I* off" to a favorable start. BaL Nov. I. IUD ,_ ?______ 1..71.. "> .((1) Northweat South nance Twenty (30)
jfcfothy Sapp. Alice Silcox, Louise and by-laws -4-60: a. m., 1:63: I School building Palm Beach has llecelpln during month _."_. lea CWS' quarter of quarter. of Norm _ _
county Heetlon
constitution k"
about 400 : Twenty.
.elder* Callie Strickland and Al- The read and approved In the last a. m..1: 63 p. m* 4:23 p. m., 8:23: I Punta Oorda Mrs Laura acres of potato planted for early SaL Warrants 0.0. t.during IUO. _month_______________ 101.10.00" twg tang.:, Townehlp Twenty <(10)Seven (7) .Buut. _ ,
Thornton. teachKlnth were 1. .
Mrs. Perkins Inter Nos Club. P. m. : Pnd"rgast again secured stand harvest and Lee I Seildiug ru4 .:*et Twelve ell F.aat. the _ _, .
of the county I I. ) acre.
er. starting n.LNor. I containing
meeting laze _______ 4011.1'
and information
members were amazed Ticket at at corner of Marian avenue and to plant its winter acreage. South Receipt during month Sol In the aggregate Ninety acre 1"\
grad Lois Adkins Although Smith' Service Station next to : Crou and Warrant. during J. I. FHAZKB. _ .I'
about four more treat.,. reopened sandwleh Florida baa month 10.00 .
' to find they had usually about 5,000 lIal. 1Jeo. t. 1530 __________ 8PCl1 Masts '
.:J'luJlln Barren. Martha Brownle.I dlvld- court home. shop. : 113.0stt 1I'h V. JOHNS.!
elect. The dub Is aero of early potato for harvest I It reby the foregoing Y
to : Solicitor .
I Cano*, Nelson Faulkner omCe" .'b"rnb7.: blancee at lb. Complainant.: 13i . )


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+ "i since an bollta. ,-- Tampa Tribune. We la other states In lieu of a compulsory When -'-
will have to be modified I1gg8 -
; Bradford County Telegraph insurance company Issued statistics know a lot of Florida candidates liability law; regulation of around the IIgl11 execute, bl
; From Other Pens I i showing 24,000 people lost the m jpto, organ.--Green hitch-hlkingvto!: dlvefatpn, of motor window and our be dOdg, t'
a K Established 1877 their lives In home accidents last Cove Springs Times. Most all are taxes from purposes or road construction scured by a vlalon I b bOt 0

'S _' -____--- .. .._m ,., .. year or almost as many as were experts In use of wind instru and payment of county tic grin. 11'1101\)8\ ,.t hie tare

Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class Strawberries are coming in.- killed in automobile accidents ments.-Starke Telegraph. The and special district} road bonds. - 0Say
Really! It isn't late GOY GilchrIst was accused of Perry Herald.
And Christmas
Starke Telegraph. Stark Telegraph.
!' Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida It
and the late Governor --0-
WILL be here Boon!-Bron- "saf," anywhere, any more. eating peanuts You have a fn,

:i j E. S. Matthews, __--.- ____________ --- Owner and Publisher son Journal. Bronson Journal. and Senator Broward was Some People Grow- woman a boy "I,,,. girl nd a tt,a,
with hIs Palatka Jl'or
charged with eating ( Times-Herald.)
- you love "
r--oCongressman him v, ,,. *
I. : J. C. Robinson _________ _______________ Managing Editor Lex Green is rap- The Times-Union paragrapher knife-Macclenny Press. Under responsibility others you ever told him?, ?.much' Ra

,'' .. -. Idly gaining a reputation as the opines that the strawberry is -- only grow timid. f would like to h..v' Perh'lIB
ff SUKSCKIPTION RATE "speaking congressman."-Times- "somewhat of praying plant." A J. E. Blanchard United States Under criticism others only Your friend IIUSay It

!' Yearly $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance Union. Regular speakeasy, eh- man gets down on his knees to Department of Commerce repre- grow irritable. along the way"P,,) I
Apopka Chief. put them In the ground. Yes, and sentative at Lawtey, says Florida Under opposition others only by. Gratitude "' R
:!, Advertising Rates on ApplicationBuy his knees ginned 48,998 running bales of grow despondent. 'II fOur h
---o--- then he gets down on not let It lit ''1111,,, ?, ?
flyf ,- _.-- X la an algebraic term designating and prays that be will get a good cotton during 1930 as compared Under praise others only d IhattIt. -,<

: 1 Buy Christmas Seals. the unknown quantity. This la price for 'the berries.-Umatilla with 28,882 for 1929. Jackson grow impossible Some Joy come, i?
I.J why it In used to designate your Tribune. county took the lead with 18,656 Under hardship others only rejoice with him nut, ,waY t
-0 i II,
1 11 11It choice of candidates on election 0Florlda's bales. Santa Rosa county came grow more dependent,, er know it unles, , volt(
i Courtesy pays big dividends. day.-Vero Beach Press. record snowfall next with 6708 bales. Madison' Under prosperity -- others only An honor com ?',, s"lh
i"0' occur-I' roiinty ginned 4824 bales, and grow reckless. him, \
-0As -- red In February, 1889 wins In the gamt ,. )ill,
:" Have a lawn this winter one paper put It, puppy love' inches of snow was recorded officially Holmes county ginned 3631 bales.1 t Under disappointments others are glad-Say it aDd 5
in the beginning of a dog's life.-, at Lake Butler. And only Suwannee county also showed up I only grow cynical. I Your friend 'II"," '''is ,
i 0 Bradford County (Starke) Telegraph -' last week frost hit that state quitea well with 3283 bales, Columbia ---o- task which he hu" ,, In eo:

,, fellow needs a'friend during Christmas times. Ah I How did you guess blow When all Is said and county 2219 bales, Hamilton 1374 The Florida Legislature found You feel a grut"III', ,,. audonak', '
I'A 0 it?-Apopka Chief." done there is no better and safer bales, and Jefferson 1425 bales. the automobile such an easy sourceof has dQne It.- -Sar n I"'d that' '

-... climate than the good old state of '-Times-Union. revenue that owners have Sow A sorrow corn ,
filled to the limit each Christmas.
all "
stockings are It Is for Falls (Me.) En rebelled. The constitutional 'ay I
quite appropriate Maine.-Lisbon -- ---' may have lost in-" "? .,'?'.?,
of Thanksgiving day to follow election I t; rprise. The movement has been startedin amendment exempting them from of his loved on.., ,11?, So,

New lines are always attractive-in cars or out of them. day.-Starke Telegraph. Especially -0- i St. Augustine to place bus and all taxes except the license tag tax wrongf. Dlseast im, ))1H, ,taft. ,laid go,
In years when the Democrats Would it be unkind to suggest truck lines on the same basis as want adopted at the general election. hand on him, 'tntu' ,;.
o ??
/get the advantage as they that President Hoover' spoke on.a. railroads Insofar as payment' of While it is true the Legislature glow of health Y,.,? ?'?''? V.t
Some women are taking up law, while1' the others continue did this.-Bronson Journal. ilckle broadcast because his party taxes: is concerned.-Starke Telegraph I may fix the price of a tag at the sorrow with inm ';at?1 It "

r.. to lay it down. ---0- lit In somewhat a plokle Any- : Which Is what should be any sum they desire, 'even $100it Old age. or ?' hall, bren
h o No preacher will offer a fellowa way we shall expect I 57 new brandsof II done any and everywhere.--Inverness is likely now' that automobile down !In the huninn, machine, ,
4, ' roundtrip ticket to Heaven.:- prosperity.--Starke Telegraph.And Chronicle. At the rate the owners have brought relief to may shut in your trioncl
First of this from the Box Tower will M th,
; program season Times-Union. Who would want a be disappointed on all of'em.It busses and trucks are usurping themselves in the form of a somewhat he can no longer tn,. forth am
r be given next Tuesda -. round trip.-Starke Telegraph. Is going to take the Democratsto the highways It won't be long until lessened burden of taxes. The kit fellows. I'erhiiph 'the

o Use your reason-most any one In put over the prosperity deal, a private Individual will have state will suffer, the poorer counties draws near. In \our heart "I

politics'willremain Jt'lorlda.-Delray Beach Hammer. i this time'Dronson Journal. to'get permission to drive over will be poorer than ever, The wish: him bon voynici a. I he, j
3 Bradford is officially free of cattle ticks but na!
''J -i --o --0:_ .. them. The bus drivers with their counties! ,received 80 per cent of the sunset gate A 1\'',,tI| ''I' klr
S with us always. An exchange present? the definition : fancy uniform think they are the property' tax, but only 25 percent iy sympathy would brighten II
o : "Discretion is the quality With one Authority advising overlords of the state highway of the license tax. It's an- way-Say it.

4 } Even the busiest woman will pause a moment for ob- that prompts a missionary to burn" airy spending and of another money to admonishing regain nor- system.-Macclenny Press. other case of killing the goose that The messenger! of death| n,
the newspapers from back home. -o- laid many golden eggs but car have knocked hl, door
servation-before the mirror. Guess that packs a nice wallop.N. .- people to speud less, the public as Strawberries are now appearingIn owners are benefitted.-:-Crawfordvllle bprne'iway Into the unnpen woi a'
.s 1E t 0 E. A. Bulletin. usual will continue to follow its various sections of the state News. some! l/jyefl/ / one..A: word of If

E There is a Starke, Lake and a Lake Butler, but they are -----o- own Starke inclination And the times matter.will ,, with Lakeland having marketed o pathykeould'help;; to lighten II
her first quart. Wauchula a few That Starke Truffle Light load and brighten the ,
Starke (Fla.) Telegraph brags was Say I
not the towns of that good when they do get !goodin '
near name. get
days ago sold her first quart for a
JlKEH will be back at A
about the "first strawberry of the coming ,, personal word, a teleph'
of all this advlce'stuff.Bronson -
)4a -0 season." That's nothln'. There's spite good price and ..Plant City, of Friend Robinson of the Starke call, a postcard, a letter ate''

,:,' A look at the store windows might decide what you must snow on the ground here, but we Journal o.,, course, came across with her first Telegraph for stating that the'only ,gram. and only a few minutes
quart at a price fcJS&t was unusual. traffic problem In Tarpon SpitingsId time! Silent svmpath Your
saw a "peach" on the street the o
this Christmas. I
get someone Would 4t kekJnd, tq suggest
; Starke and Lawtey report a few
not to be found on the streets life: may be better because of '
other day. Hlllyard (Wash) on'Dickie ,
that President Hooverl spoke n
0 < berries and it is stated that the
News. but on the sidewalks where checker but your friend may go to that

,\ Among the new expressions: As humiliated as a Ford -o--- I In somewhat broadcast of because pickle. his? partyIs Any plants in this section of the state players' congregate. Sponge of the journey and never km
are full of bloom'and a big crop.. that one, Jlggs! Gainesville You may add to the joy
yoU m
driver when passed by a bantam. Eve never had to bother about a way we shall expect I 67 new brandsof Is
expected. Wauchula Lakeland.
washerwoman. She just took off Sun. lighten the ,load; you may brig,
pS Bradford County
her leaf when she was tired of Plant City and other points south You know the Starke Telegraph en the way If you only take tI
the sweet-
( Successful farmers, like other successful business men, wearing It and gave It to the goat. bye-and-bye(Starke) dear.In When a will be shipping steady by December has been after me ever since I to-Say It..

f: do not have to go out of business. -Times-Union. And ever since democrat Is. .elected president and TimesUnion.o made that nasty crack about the I Bernard W Splints.
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Starke traffic the
diet'of light being only ---
they have preferred a
::1 I John S. Taylor governor of Florida
0 briars and tin cans I IIJ The American Automobile Association stop In the 215 miles between Tarpon Tarpon Springs New f re<
.1, Powell of the Times-Union says wild turkeys live a clean I In: 1932.Apopka Chief conference at Orlando' Springs and Jacksonville. store' opened under name of T.
-- -- o-
last week offered six recommenda Last week I gasollned through Feed and Supply Co.
life, eating "acorns, bugs and worms. pon
Chain stores have accomplishedone Among noted criminal cases session
I tloas for the coming of the
Starke and by turning left one Miami State Highway COI<
o good thing for other grocery found In the day's news were thoseof
Florida legislature; ''They are: A block this side of the light, and mission awarded five road Ct
Freight and passenger motor lines operating in Avon stores-they are rapidly changingover a Chicago woman given two driver's license law with a mIni- then turning right I avoided the structlon contracts and three I
to cash with order.-Starke for stealing pennies from
Park will pay an occupational license tax. years mum age of 14; provision for ft atop. I learned this run-around construction\ materials at mouth
have couple In .
Telegraph. The chain stores children and an engaged '
t state highway! patrol; an act requiring 'from, the checker players here that meeting," here.
I o not been altogether bad,, then- Denver sentenced to three monthsfor officers
to uniforms
wear are blocking traffic. Tarpon Miami Beach Admiral HOI
Drinking fountains force a needed face bath on many Bronson Journal. kissing In public. Starke while enforcing motor laws; the Springs Leader at 1020( Meridian avenue, opei'
unsuspecting youngsters these cool mornings. -p-- Telegraph. And many real dan- A. A. X, responsibility act enforced Score one ,for the traffic light! for winter season.Commercial .
Would It "l>e unkind to suggest gerous criminals left to go scott
,', ().- that President Hoover spoke on a free. Great Is the law and its enforcement .
First week in December was "Know Florida Orange pickle broadcast because his party !-Brooaon Journal.

t1 1 Week." This week and all other weeks can be utilized in eatIng Is !Irt somewhat of a pickle?' Any ",0, .
way we shall expect 67 new brandsof The slogan of, Plant City, Wau- "
i, your acquaintances. prosperity.-Starke Telegraph. chula Starke and Lawtey. accord-
; 0 Expect Is right.-Macclenrry'Press ing to A very Powell, of the,Times-
u -D Union, 1"Everything is 'berry'
With for 15 cents in Jacksonville and 22 centsin
: selling
gas Ocala Star Is of the opinion that well" whIch reminds me of the
Lake City, the Reporter is wondering if volume has any tho University of Florida Includes little story about a Chinaman on a

c thing to do with fixing the price. hitch-hiking In its curriculum. street cur one winter morning;
,; Starke Telegraph. Evidently does Said the Chink to a nearby pas-
0 from the number of hitch-hikers senger, "Belly cold dls mornin'."
4 Madison county, one of the ten counties paying more than wearing college/ raps to be seen on "Why In: the heck don't you pullIn

,) its proportion of,state taxes, will have valuations on real estate the roads most any old time.Bronaon .- your shirt," was the prompt re-

reduced by the tax assessor. Bradford county .is third Journal. : ply.-DeLand,, Sun.
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highest in the state and our valuations can be cut if needs of With one authority advising Would. it be unkind to suggest

6; our schools are sacrificed. spending money to regain normalcy that President Hoover spoke on a

c 0 and another admonishing people pickle broadcast because his party u:
to spend less, the public, as Is in somewhat pf ptcklet? Anyn '
Not a single conviction has been secured in Tampa's'election usual. will continue to follow its way we shall expect 67 new brands u:, ii t

i fraud cases, not because of lack of fraud but because of own inclination In the matter. I of prosperity Starke' Telegraph. V "Si

:: faulty indictments. Because of this four clerks were freed Starke Telegraph. Which inu this I The bralld' we are getting is .
', "I'if '' case will be spending less.-Mac- enough. varieties of,[ .a pickle,. intact
directed verdict although their ballot boxes contained I
on a clenny Press. I we prefer green, apple The porrrsarrN
: ,) : 413 ballots and the state offered proof that only 63 voters bad -.--- -- 'effect may be more acute but there +

": : gone to the polls. Exchange says while most of the Is at least. known cure.-Sebrlng r.rC
, marriages may be made In heaven NewS,
o most of the preliminaries, are -- o--
I- Treat the stranger in Starke with kindness and consid- arranged In autos.-Starke Tele Every- time we think at Coffee X

i' eration. They're human and will respond to advances on the graph. And if divorces were a* county Georgia, we think of sug
: easy to get this marriage buutness ar.-Tlme..Unlon. What does she
: ob-
t part of residents. That this recommendation is being
would be on a quantity production look IlkaT-Starke Telegraph. She
;i'i'f '. nerved by many is shown by a stranger stopping in for a few beets, now wouldn't 1ft?- in quit, young and "fair to look

,"f: r.,,4 momenta this week to say "You have a nice town here, your Bronson Journal. upon.'" (Gentlemen prefer blondes .

: people are friendly and sociable and I'm going to stop over for -.-- you know). Her name Is Miss
After being married for eighteen Clewlston. on the shore of Lake
I, U: a while. I :rears a resident of San FranCisco Okeechobee. and for tile sane or BankingSIMPLE
'; VTii is suing his wife for divorce all Florida everybody hopes she

Tennessee is showing the way for her counties to reduce on the grounds that she is 20 years will soon be wed to a vary rich
older than he. Perhaps be has man who will assume all the bills
'I t i-- of smaller counties being the COMPLEX
taxes taxpayers -
given opportunity
ii just reached the age of discretion. accrued. during her early educa-
ii. of voting to consolidate with adjoining counties. Starke Tolegraph. Or more likely tion.-LaBelte News.

It is a needless drain on taxpayers to maintain a set of county the age of Indiscretion!-Bronson -p The business of receiving deposits and making

officers for only a few thousand population when by consolidation Journal. +--- .-o---- Jacksonville Work la going""' Maxrllle forward''road on the, loans on the conventional banking requirements is

i the expense can be distributed over double or treble the With the finishing of the state which when t rompleted. will take still the major part, of. the banking business, despite -

t' population. road from Macclenny: to Raltord a''' lot of travel oft the Cake City the great advances made in the breadth and
!\Iacclenny'wlll become one of the road to Baldwin and will make helpfulness
0 services offered. ..This
best trade centers In thin. part of the distance from Jacksonville to
. t',v Lake Butler has an "official" population of 2,300 for. the the state. It Is already one of Gainesville and Starke about six mercial business is simple in principle but complexIn

. },I next ten years and "all the king's horses, and all the king's the best buying point In this sec- miles nearer. Black asphalt Is execution requiring skill, experience organization .

: )" men" cannot change the official figures until 1940, even if lion. Good can be bought here being used on the road and when and wide connections. .
Jut as cheap as they can In Jack.eonvlileMacclenny it will be one of the
,; t ,i j one-third of Union county's population has been made residents Press. best roads In the county It comes For many years we, in this bank, have been gaining .

rJ of Lake Butler the Lake Butler has been road at skill and experience and
: t by report. -0Telephone --- Into the old Orange Park connections We have

t:. .. credited with the entire population of voting precinct one, poles lcn posts and 103d street.-Times-Union. perfected a smooth-running organization and invite

I'i! and if the census supervisor had carried out the same line of all obstructions within fifty feet --- business from men who seek .
''I" ,, of the highway should be made of This Is how a high school girl a helpful, ef
.'i. ':,,.,s figuring in Bradford county, Starke would have a populationof rubber and rubber plants should recently parsed the sentence "He ficient banking connection.
i. Wi,! 4,273 instead of 1,275. be .used for beautlficatlon purposes. kissed me." "He," she said with
.-Starke Telegraph. What's a fond lingering over the word
,', i' o the need Most autolsts turn to that brought the crimson to her OPEN A SAVINGS ACCOUNT
Highlands county commissioners state they will not rubber every once in a while..r cheeks. "ls-a pronoun, third person

tolerate sale of tax certificates of 1928 and prior years to the Bronson Journal. ..; singular 1 number masculine WITH THIS BANK

highest bidder as announced Comptroller Amos pointingout -o-- '. gender! and. 'kissed' Is a verb,
After being married for eighteen transitive' Indicative1''mood. Indicating l-
that this procedure was manifestly unfair to those who years a resident of, San, Francisco ,affectfon, first sad third

paid their taxes and that large delinquent taxpayers were Is suing hU wife for divorce on person plural.'numberand' governed BANK OF STARKEpi

waiting for this opportunity to bid in their property for a the grounds that she IB 20 years by circumstances. 'Me'"-oh. ,
older than be. Perhaps he has well evwjbody'knows me! and
j fraction of what they owed for taxes. The county will Institute ! Sentinel.
just reached the age of discretion the sat dowaM Larga
foreclosure procei ,lings at once to collect the full amount Starke Telegraph Or it took him T "f' a 1

of taxes and forestall any sale to the highest bidders. In 20 years to find out her age-"* Terrible 'charges 'brought
Moore: .Haven Democrat.Theexpression"Safe., against a Texas candidate., lIepla.l
fairness to citizens who their-tax bill in
pays every county __.o-_.. the .ukelele. We know a
the state should protect them from the tax dodgers. at home Florida candidate who plays .the

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