Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: November 6, 1931
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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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' Receives Praise Gas Tax Will Be s x Opened Monday Action ,r



For State Ballad One of our -local .-11 club boys, Delayed 30 Days ffit
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Carl Dukes of
Union county came Grand Jury Had Not CompletedWork County Library
'hut just about on top at the state to Thursday Noon Cases
ark of Author-Composer to be live stock show at Tallahassee last 1& Set Next Week i
i week. He showed Court Mandate Not to Be Sent
Grand Central Palace the grand
Hoard In County Will Await
Carrying Oat k
New York Foremost New ,,. champion gilt and the resrve I Down for Month From Date Following organization of the Terms ef Will : (
fork Teacher Impressed With > champion barrow. His barrow Off. Action grand jury Monday morning for Before
"Singing Tower." M\4, failed of being declared championby I the fall term of circuit court for Taking Action
only a few minor points. k- t Bradford that I -
There will be no distribution to county body was
High Springs Fla., Nov. 3rd.- ;.Kt Many fine hogs and dairy calves the Individual counties of more, still at work Thursday and had returned The board of county commiasl a.

,phie; Jean Irving: newspaper ed- &i'Er were shown at this show by the than a million' and a half dollars eighteen true bills and threeno era of Bradford county Florida, ,
or' and columnist received wide- '4 club boys of the state which shows [!from three cents rf the state eaao- bills. J. H. Moore was elected met In regular session Monday.
fewad congratulations this week yet'J :a growing Interest in better live line tax which-:is now Impoundedin foreman of the grand jury on or- November 2. 1931. with all mem
br' a Florida, song, "srngll:1g: >'Towa -: ti.- stock on the farms. the state treasury because of ganizing and those serving with bore present as follows: J. L. Un tr t tderhlll
ballad which tad for Its inpiraUon 5 x ka? kh The barrows were sold at highest recent litigation for at least 30 him were F. R. Carradine, R. A. chairman; J. O. Crews, R. bt

Mountain Lake Sanc- bidder at S 1-4 cents a pound. The days longer.. This much became Newsom J. D. Bowers, E. J. King T. Osteen J. M. Rosier and G. W. N

uary and Singing Tower Lake I I gilt which won highest place was known when Comptroller Ernest 3. N. Uurney, Eddie Green, M. J. Hinson. I

ales. One of a group Singing bought by a club boy at Monticello, Amos called attention to the fact McRae, G. W. Andrews, R. C. Bu- Minutes of last regular meeting1 '
tower baa received exceptionally I a wide-awake boy who is looking that the supreme court's mandate ilmr ford Lester Kite, J. E. Adkins, W. and a call meeting were read and
vorlto criticism from New York for the best. With this gilt he In dismissing: Judge Love's) Inluncj I J. Goodge L. O. Johns W. H. adopted aa read.
tics. will offer some keen competition!j I tlon apd In- upholding validity of Griffin L. G. Powell. Cbaa. Over- I Blanche Roberson of Sampson I '

I in a letter from Haifa Leech ------ -----_.. next year at the show. I the law attacked by RepresentativeJohn I LABOR LION FIGHTS street A M.:: Lewis. City was placed on the pauper roll '
(terner, president New York In- I I OVERNIGHT STARDOM- Those attending' the show were Mathews would not be sent BACK: Ramsey MacDonald True bills were returned through! at $3.00 per month.J. .
and Art he : : L. T. Dyer, county agent, Mrs. Wednesday as follows P. Potts
kitute of Music says I down until SO days have elapsed' shown preparing speeches for his of Hampton was qf
1 am very much Impressed with Alice Joy. who was selected to ring Dyer Carl Dukes R. N. Dukes, following date of decision which election campaign which won over Roy Vinson, assault to murder placed on the pauper roll at $3,00y
Sophie Jean Irving's song., "Slng- on the new Prince Albert Quarter Wilson May and Nelson Moore. 'was made on October 28. the unruly English miners.. Sam Wilson, breaking and enter per month. ,

ig Tower." In fact, I have decld- Hour broadcast by the NBC The last two are from Bradford In the meantime there will be ing.Truby The Bradford County Telegraph
j to use It In my next public pro- WEAP network six nights a week county and are doing excellent pigclub another month's collection of Roberson larceny of.au- was designated as the paper la
In" Grand Central Palace, after a single audition found herself work.A revenues almost certain to exceeda gas ATTENDING FOOTBALL tomobile. which to publish the laws of the '

ew York.' In making this an- elevated to stardom and singing to few years ago such pigs a. million dollars, and three centsof GAME Estella White, assault! to mur- regular and extraordinary sessions
Prof. Sterner advises these would easily have brought as Florida legislature
ouncement, 1931. '
millions at a fabulous salary which Is expected to reach der.Everett
at the song will be part of them high as $75.00: to $100.00 each. Now nearly $500,000.\a) And also In the Among those attending the Crews, assault to mur- Mr. John Morgan appeared before
concert program of the oldinstitute they are much cheaper which give. meantime the state Florida-Georgia football game in der.P. the board in behalf of Mary ;
t of voice culture In LEGION TO PRESENT the boys an opportunity to get determine the exact comptrollermust amountof Gainesville Saturday were: Mr. B. Johns, selling mortgaged Norton asking that she be ptaoaor '' '

tew York City. BOUTS ARMISTICE DAY started In pig club work and winsome every one" Of .the 67 counties of and Mrs. Q. M. Sistrunk Mr. and property. the pauper roll. lie was Instructed ..
I More than fifty letters of a con- of these state prizes. the state because. one cent of the Mrs. C. A. Futch, Mr. and Mrs. T. Henry Davit, assault to murder. to draw' up a petition and L,
atulatory nature have been reIved Celebrating opening of the new '"to is allocatedon B. hassle Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Hinton Bro ky. killing of bog. I have the citizens: In the neighborhood
sum going counties
by the author-composer American Legion Hall over the TO STOP PARKING NUISANCEChief the of each Knight Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Dem- Charley Jones, assault to mut- of sold Mary Norton sign
lace the piece made Its appear- former Hull's store, a fight card bears percentage area orest, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Robinson same and present It at the next i
county to the remainder of der.Levy
ce some three weeks ago. These has been arranged for Wednesday Alvarez is Issuing'warn- Florida. 7.Collections Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adklns, Dr. Alvarez, bigamy. regular mooting of the commissioners. \ .
letters come from various and evening. Nov. llth, by J. C. Pre- ings to motorists who persist in and and Mrs. W. B. Martin Miss Mil- Ted Lewis, Charley Alvar**, .
delY separated points in the vatt who will promote the bouts double parking or parking In any September already for July reported, August have dred Black Mrs. E. M. Johns Mr. grand larceny Sam Nichols appeared and asked s ,

(late, the country Canada andd. under auspices the the local post. old manner while they spend fif- returned 1564919.80 due the, and Mrs. Geo. C. White, Mr. and L. A. Meade mortgaging prop for pauper allowancHe: waa Instructed t'
Among prominent Floe In the main bout Kid Gilbert. 150: teen to thirty minutes shopping, counties under legislative enact- Mrs. Ed Stelneyer Mrs. J. E. Cor- erty under lease to draw up* a petition and
pounds, Jacksonville, will meet penlng. Mrs. D. M. Harward Dr, David Herndon, assault to mur have '
i tending congratulations are getting the latest gossip or whatnot ment specifically directing that same signed by citizen In his
,
unbend 1 Governor Doyle EL CarlU. Vasco Forsyth 142 pounds, of while other traffic Is shut In three cents to the counties on and Mrs. S. P. Vandivlere, Misses der.William neighborhood and present same at
S. Congressman It. A.! Starke and In the semi-final Roy or held up while waiting for the a basis of go area, population and Ruth Sternberg, Mary Cnnova, Morgan, et al*., enticinggirl 'the next regular meeting. :
reeD, who says: "The loveliest I Reynolds of Graham 128 pounds, single lane to clear. A little cardIs road distribution. Annie Mae Pearce Miriam Jacobs for prostitution. The following were presented&nd
n gI have heard In years." Conan will meet Roy Broom of Jackson- going to Invite the transgressorsto The state road department em- Lena Belle Shepard, Lelia Dea Andrews I Mamie Barren assault to mur ordered filed: Report of coon

Ruth Byran Owen Is alsoutspoken ville. Mr. Prevatt has announcedthe tell it to the mayor at so mucha ployed 40 special auditors and Thelma Sllcox, Melba Sil- der.Union ty judge, report of horn demoni,
In her praise. She says usual good preliminaries have: word according to the chief, who spent more than 60 days under cox Thelma Andreu, Evelyn and Willie Robinson ytratlon agent and report of In-

f! the song: I congratulate Sop- been secured. First- ,bout" will start rapidly losing weight and hair over' direction of the legislature. In de- Stump Patsy Brlnson Mary breaking and entering.No pector jails. y
t i Jean Irving on her song suc- at 8:15.: : the manner some drivers, and especially -j' termining the amount of money Bronwlee Emma Strickland Es- Bill After explanations of Mr. A. S.
Singing Tower and in giving women hitch their_.cars each county contributed to the telle Kendrick Madge Mlddletan No bills were returned as follows Crews, attorney for county commlaaloners -

i the world In song what we all .- anywhere and everywhere the I'state road system. Population fig- Lois Adkins, Hazel Adklns, Ethel : it was decided that t7
I about Florida. THERESSA fancy strikes them. I'ures of each f* a3ty. are available f'lrlffln.) Dora Manning Mona Alderman Henry Whittle assault to mur- there was no aced for Mr. Crew to (11 I
( Trem, others come gratifying The chief has not stated whether 'from the lost' census. Thus two Edith Colton, Beatrice der.Tom make:further defense In certain.
Mra. A. I.. Svlllvna. Cow.Iiallowe'ne Dullen Messrs. H. C. Wall J. J. assault to foreclosure ,
Uclsms among them one from tea will be served at these In- cents of the total amount Is easily ; Goodwlne mur suits where Bradford.
retired Truby,. Maurice Edwards H.. L. county Is one of the defendants.. 4'
It. Mark Fullstone pub- formal morning gatherings with determined. But the exact area of der.Will '
er of S. W. Durland Gardens the mayor or if the latest methodsof the several counties is somethingelse Brownlee J. E. Futch Owen Griffin Howard, attempting: to Mr. R. L. Black came before the

don,, England who says "Sing- The Theresa Social Christian at Theresa Union properly bidding a hand at con- yet, according to Mr. Amos. Gerald Mlddleton, Broward break and enter a dwelling. board and offered' to take up his t,.
Dr Tower is an exquisites sym- tract bridge for a fee of $1 and The comptroller stated that he Lovell, Congressman Robt. A. Criminal Case taxes on a basis of 23 per cent of lf if'
Hallowe'en entertainment at
yI; should Indeed like to see gave a costs will be taught the guests. was fairly certain that virtually all Green, Joe Sistrunk Eldredge Sam Wilson breaking and entering face of certificates and 23 per cent, ik!
e beautiful spot inspiring this .the Christian church last Saturday Since discovering that he is not of Lake Okeechobee for instance, Smith, Charles Darby, Dr. E. L. ; plead not guilty.. Case set 'of subsequent taxes. Mrs. M.m.J:
ovely text and melody." evening. A reading, The Origin ofHallowe'en vulnerable the chief has decidedto was In Palm Beach county. He was Biggs Ben Sternberg, Julian Peek, for 10 o'clock Monday Edwards made the some offer onI
1 Other authorities have voiced by Ethel Packhamand strictly enforce the rule of basing this statement he said on Prescott GUI Bill Edwards Ivan Truby Robinson larceny of automobile certain Iota In Lawtey Mr.. H. D.. ,Iv
a negro dialogue by Mrs. Florence Hazen, Resale Colson W. T. Weeks, ; plead guilty May as agent for the East Coast \
lIIIIlar praise of this new Florida "Park your car properly or parkon the fact that the legislature has de- ',
g: The Carilloneur of LIncolnower Williamson and Fredrick a side street. fined by metes and bounds all the A. E. Wall Woodfln Halle. J. P. Eatella White, assault to murder Lumber Company appeared] 'and 4
Lincoln. Neb., the carillon- Dodd. Many games were played surrounding counties none of Warren Leslie Biggs Woodrow ; plead not guilty. Case set for asked for a compromise *.ettlet:',
ur' at Iowa State College Ames and enjoyed such as: Ring throwIng 11ETHODISTArmistice"One which claim any appreciable partof Ford, Leo Wiggins, John and Monday. ment on redemption of land. of ..
Feb., from Chicago Cincinnati Pekln, wood game the broom- the lake. Frank Inman Harry Tyson Ralph Henry Davis assault to murder; said company. All three matter / '
trolt and other music centers stick ride a puzzle game and kissing month before But right there another pointIs Cox Carl Johns Ortho Matheny, plead not guilty. Case set for were mid over until Monday.NoJ!(J

D ng word of favorable recep- the queen. Two main features Kaiser abdicated he and his associates raised and court action may James Lewis Willie Strickland, Monday. vember 16, 1031 at 10:00: a. m., at \
lea of the evening were refreshments, realized that all hopes of a be necessary to _ttle the matter, Lester Price and Eldredge Robinson Hinton Broskle killing of hog; which time the board will consider ?
lemonade and cake '
consisting of Jesse Alexander Billy Graham defendant not appearing capias Issued these and other further .
The ballad "Singing Tower" laoe successful resistance to the Allies although Mr. Amos did not make any or
| of a group by this author-com- followed by an amusing play the"The Re- were at an end. The complete col- that statement. If the water area and A. Z. Adkins, Jr. and bond fixed at $200. bids that may be made by some ?
District Helps
r.The of this andy Attorney Roy Vlnson assault. to murder; parties or' other parties Interested,
original song A number were lapse of Turkish and Bulgarian resistance oa well as'tbeUandtarea of counties ,'
others appearing In the An- porter. large and the repeated and staggering arE to be considered arriv- BILLROY'S COMEDIANS AT not In custody capal Issued and In said lands or other lands upon
present and the event was enjoyed -
ology of Florida Poets of 1931. blows delivered against the ing at the exact .....ot each coun- LAKE CITY bond fixed at $1000. which taxes are delinquent f
fl addition to this "In a Glass Hot.i by all. Lawrence and Mr. tottering German army in the ty and, Its percentage' as relatesto Ted Lewis and Charley Alvarez, The matter of the library build.. 4,
i Boat," "Water Lily "Bride's :Mr. and Mr. attended west could be Interpreted In no the balance of the state what)i Billroy' Comedians will open In grand larceny. Lewis entered a ing and grounds as referred to In "

quet" and others will be reed and the Mrs.social Bolt here of Keystone Saturday eve- other way. Therefore on October [is to be done about Monroe county Lake City next Monday night fora .. plea of guilty; Alvarez: plea of not the will of J. W.. Alvarez and tha '

from the music publishers 6, 1918 the German government in- T That- Is the question botherIng week'a run, and the 'return of guilty. resolution passed on Sept. 7, 1931.
> a few weeks. "We feel like we Walter Franklin breaking andentering by the commissioner with reference .
ning.Misses Amos.
Thelma and Pauline formed President Wilson that It Mr. I this popular show In their blue
I The new song has a three-fold of which that Okeechobee county Is ; plead not guilty to same was called up for r
Priest and Mr. Hubert Priest of accepted the terms peace know and gold tent theatre to Lake City
Mamie Barren assault to mur- reconsideration. Mr. A. 8. Crew,
ppeal frontispiece depicts a full Starke attended the Hallowe'en social he had outlined In an address to In Palm Beach county; but now will attract many from this sec
e sepia finish picture of the congress on Jan. 8, 1918 the 14 we'd like to know If the Gulf of tion. Their principal comedian Is der; plead not guilty. attorney for the board advised that
tnglng Tower in here Saturday evening. addresses la In Monroe county," be Union and Wllll Robinson they had nothing to do with. the }'
; a twopageread Miss Connie McGauley of Brooker points--and In subsequent Mexico a Starke boy Bob Demorest, Jr.,
and larceny
breaking entering grand matter until certain terms of the'
Is
the musical setting, and week-end with Misses and asked him to take asked. acquired from the "talkies," where '
Q the back Is the poem which spent the steps for a cessation of hostilities. Twenty-two counties In the state he has made several notable ; plead guilty. will were carried out and therefore \,
wted Willie Mae and Okie Hinson. Joe Rlgdon alias W. J. :Mann had nothing to do with said .w
such furor state raised the question of area. bis
among I Christian Union at After some preliminary negotiations have "aborts. Bob i I. an actor to
uty lovers. Demands for this Remember the Armistice terms to be Mr. Amos said that he would follow tips and a born comedian. desertion and withholding support; I matter and had made a mistake,
Ieee the Christian church every Sundayat finger plead not guilty. Case set for the resolution. ,
have by passing
of the legislature
exceeded the the mandates ,
the Germans
supply demanded of were Besides his ability a* a performer, '
d i the song is now going into real 7:30: also preaching.. agreed on and handed to the'German In its definition of county boundary he Is an excellent dancer and Is Monday. Mr. N. D. Walnwrigbt, one. of
Induction with Its probably re- delegates by Marshal Foch. lines. Othara, say that these ably assisted by one of cleverest Joe Rlgdon. alias W. J. Mann the executors of said will stated, +4'
*** to desertion and withholding support; that In his opinion there was now
< Indefinite
distributors
here obviously very
durinI'latter They accepted them at daybreak. lines are buck and wing dancers In the thea-
E* days of this month. BROOKER November 11. Six hours later, at aa to several coast counties, where trical business, young John Finch. plead guilty. legal matter In question but that
P. E. Johns and Paul Balsden the executors would r''
reaches out, necessarily
11 a. m., the guns ceased to fire the state's territory There are eighteen girl with the
[ Daytona Vera Gainey, Cor. Trial set for Tuesday. need to be assured of the maintenIC,
Miss arson.
Beach
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Lerner Stores and peace began to dawn on near under, th* statutes tot. the;;,gulf show this year, Cal West I* again '
ration. chain of 175 women's stricken Europe. The terms of stream; sometimes, scarcely a mile featured In the concerts and ha P. E Johns, selling mortga&edproperty. ance and equipping of the sold library i}

ear stores in country purchased Rev. McCauley filled his regular Armistice were hard; but President from shore, and In other places as many new Ideas.Bonnie :Mack Is Trial set for Tuesday. before said executors would f

,roperty; on Beach street,.for site ,polntment at Deaden church .Wilson had warned the Germans I!far away a* 33 miles.< back with the show, which 1* a Civil Casa feel constrained to fix up the buildIng wf
new store Mr.. M. L. Blade v* 0. a F. for said purposethereby
building. What Each County G eta
.ulday. that they would be such as I positive guarantee that the laughswill '
UmaUlla EUu Lodge dedlcat- Mrs. Louise Hicks of Waldo was to make a renewal of hostilities on The amount each, county la ex- com often. Many Starke people Ry., damage 250.: Counsel for spending a considerable sum ,of
HarryAnna Home for Crippled called here on account of the Illness the part of Germany Impossible." I pected to receive this year from will take advantage of the plaintiff announced agreement on money and! then take the chance
dren. of her mother, :Mrs. Cora -COmpton. the gasoline tax, based on are. of this popular show to compromise. of having; the building go unuMd
nearness
Kirby Smith v* O. 8. F. Ry., and After consideration 1
spenton unoccupied.
and and money they
Cr.",.. Peace constructive thought population see young Demorest In the new
........Q...... Resale Colson, Orthe Matbeny, the rearing of a strong enduring roads'taken. over by the estate. play to be presented this season damages $300: Jury awarded the action as taken on the ,(?
ARMISTICE DAY Purvis Hazen. and Ivan Hazen at- brotherhood that shall outline and was estimated by officials mm: Including several thai: have had: plaintiff $75.0U.Bradford: resolution _Sept 7, 1931; was rescinded ;
tended the Georgia-Florida foot- overpower the spirit of war la now Alachua. $150.427; Baker $38- sensational runs on Broadway. County Telegraph vs The board also refuse r
ntOOOAMArmistice ball game In Gainesville Saturday. our objective. 689.30: Bay, $103,307.93' ; Bradford. St. Cloud Tribune damages 200. to exempt the property from taxes;,, {
Petersburg of the Brevard. 93291.99; Verdict for plaintiff. aa requested by Mr. Walnwrlght.'' '.
Aa Rev. Crouch of St. I The care and nurture J49.S54.99; lit.
cram wtll be Day pro- preached here at the Fenecostal men who went to the front. la a 'Broward. $119,70.28; Calhoun, 378.93 Levy. $113.808.26; Liberty D. E. Knight v* S. A L. Ry.. There being no further business 'f
lChool held at the high church. last week. sacred trust and God forbid that, $36,179.09: Charlotte.. $64.912.36; $44.493.68.<< : $1000. Dismissed upon motion of the board of commissioners a4journeol -. q'\ ;

Nov. 11th building. at 11 o'clock Mr. and Mrs. L.'R.. Waters and any of them be neglected through 1 Citrus M.818.01r Clay. 56114.17; Madtaon. $70,788.37: Jlanatee.1 plaintiff. until :Monday November- ;f(;'
1831. The Columbia. Bank of Starke v* V. L. Turner, 16th at which Urns th >,
program 1931. y 'If
-m be In Leola Fogg were) In Alachua Wednesday the year of their life in the world.d.A I Collier. $128,331-94; 123776.66; Marion. 188473.99; > .
front of the open dad at the i pressing invitation U extended $74,939.62. I ..- -... ?-.. ar'A 60M,,nro $127.- damages $300. Verdict for plain- will take up certain delinquent tax. ; ,

The the buDding. Miss Zulena Waters of the Tung to all to come and worship with I Dad, $361,191.82; DeSoto, $:lIS- 762.67; Nassau. $33,773.72: ; Oka- tiff.Bank matUra. +

Poet, No.\6 Jone&-La.ni'fordWhlte\ on Farms was here last week visiting WI, If you have no other church ,242.73<< ; Dixie- $46.623.34: Duval boss, $73,339.32; Okeechobee, of Stark v* J. S. McNeil, ... aBirth ;
legion, With of the American Mrs. T. W. Markey. home especially do we extend a $382.012.67? EscamMa. $$168,225; 1 y.ui8.6O: ; Orange, $184,612.47; damage $200. Verdict for plain- "";

of the the assistance Miss Eunice Hazen spent Tues- cordial invitation to the local poet 'Flagler, $33M969: Franklin. $40- Osceola. 11897807. tiff. --'-- .
AUXUtary and Wamprogr1b 011.70 Qadaden$19.883.89; Gilchrtatv -' Palm Beach 260020.63; Pasco, '
are day In Gainesville.Rev. An Armistice sermon. 11:00 a. m. ; Mr. and Mrs. Ort Wgglna
Bponaorlng' the wife of Max- 7:30 m. $25,937.33; Glade. $48- 102893.70; Pinellaa $216,713,29; '
Maddox and Evening sermon : p. EXPENSIVE! SEINING Stark, daughter, Oct. 29th. .Ii!
Eery ville. spent last week-end with Rev. Appropriate music by the choir. 961.04; Gulf $31.433.08. ,Polk, $269,22303; Putnam $89.- Mr. and :Mr. John Hall, Hampton
e&Q be present ex-senric. man that McGaule). We are looking forward to a good Hamilton, $42.564.92<< ;. Hardee IcOl.Oo. St. .John$103.522.97; St. John, Raymond and Wesley daughter.Nov. 2nd. +
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to llleet with requested :Mr. and :Mrs. L. R. Galney were day., $68.401.73; Hendry $63,44881; I Lucie. $58.644.73: ; Santa ROM. crews of the Lawtey section, plead Mr and Mr*. John Leslie Green, to the Legion and visiting in Jacksonville last Sun W. F. Jones, pastor. Htroando. $<<8.f 33-09; Highlands. $76,413.13 Sarasota,. 182.189.611; guilty last week before Judge Gardiner COVe 8prID,.."daughter;Nov. 2nd'rrJ//I

the onkh ba1JdiDc with- day. __ _-0 $80.36746; 543.799451 $346- Seminole. $73.164,38; SumUr. 81. for unlawfully Mining Rowell Mr.:. and .Mrs. Aubrey'' Moor*.;' .
IvlrJtlody' member aelldrs-A..B.CotIbY. who has been p.n."daae w Construction Of 98C3j. Holmes, IndUa :777.80.- Suwann. $70,004.01. : : l k7 w*.t of Stark, and wm* each Stark, daughter.. Nov-''rd... 'i;; '
Ia vltexl'to
b, spending someUm her with .her road' three-qoarUra: of mU long to River, S31.897.28; .1act on.. $93. .Taylor.: $83. 84.6'p: Unloni.$38.. tinted. $10aidoo/ta"u. It_ "Mr. and''.Mrs..'' Ralph 'Gtteyre j jSUrk '\
peen this Important section west of I*. E.C.-rfl- 894.08;, -JatUnoa'S09.887.iOLa. 18034VoUistar f3U.02X.M- Way 1. .. f . ' . : /"
parents, I ..&IIIIII Mrs.L.RCaineyreturned Join 'ao4P1ait.6ltT..I !! v daughter. Nov. ' i.! .4 '4 J I tout Moms: Ja:Jacksoaj j .way at clC7wtUi FederaIbheraV; fsyettL '$3841164: Laks:4199lqi.79 .- ,ffuJla/. $37.734.90: Walt en 491S74.. : GtCma fruit bring Mr and Mr*. lAodG'.t"JIf""v'>y.,n "

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leceives Praiseor Gas Tax Will Be .ha ,. .

;t ,.; Rescind Action
a Opened MondayGrand ;

State Ballad One of our local 4-JI club boys

Carl Dukes of Union county, came Delayed30Days -
County
t ,' t'. nut Just about on top at the state Jury Had Not Completed LibraryCounty

ilk of Author-Composer to be live stock show at Tallahassee last 4i Work to Thursday No nj Cows)

oard In Grand Central Palace", week. He showed the grand Court Mandate) Not to De Stint ; : Set Next Week' -

tl eW York Foremost New champion gilt and the resrve Down for Month Prom Date Hill Await Carrying Oat i4tir
Following the
organisation of
With champion barrow. Terms. of Will '
or" Teacher Impressed His barrow Of. Action grand Jury Monday morning' for Before
nging[ Tower. Tailed of being: declared champion \ the fall term of circuit court for Taking Action i
by only a few minor
points.Many There will be Bradford county that -
no distribution to body was
'v gh Springs Fla., Nov. 3rd.- fine hogs and dairy calves the. Individual counties of more still at work Thursday and had returned ' The board of county commissioners t'

,bie Jean Irving, newspaper ed- were shown at this show by the than a million and a half dollars eighteen true bills and threeno of Bradford county, Florida }
m received widead club boys of the
and columnist this week q \! i state which shows: from three cent* ff the state gasoline bills. J. II. Moore was elected met In regular session Monday O'k'
congratulations growing Interest in better live tax, which--1 now Impounded foreman of the grand jury on organizing November 2, 1931. with all mem-1

a Florida song, "Slnglhgr'ToW- y a s 4t stock on the farms. In the -state treasury because of and those serving with bers present as follows: J. L. Un. 1t
n had for Its in- The barrows
which
k a ballad 1 were sold at highest recent litigation for at least 30' him were F. R. Carradine R. ANewlom. derbill chairman: 'J. G. Crews, R.
Uon Mountain Lake Sanc- t bidder at 5 1-4 cent a pound. The days longer This much became J. D. Bowers, E. J. King T. Osteen. J. M. Ro*'or and G. W.

and singing Tower Lake 4q I Ies. gilt which won highest place was .known when Comptroller Ernest J. N. Burncy, Eddie Green M. J. i Hlnaon.
One of a group, Singing : bought by a club boy at Monticello.II. Amos McRae O. W.
.Q called attention to the fact va Andrews, R. C. Bu- Minutes of last regular meeting: z
i wide-awake
. er has received exceptionally boy who Is looking that the supreme court's mandateIn ford, Lester Kite J. E. Adklns, W. and a call meeting were read
" rite criticism from New York,I tw 1 for wUl the offer'' best. With this gilt, he dismissing Judge Love's Injunction J. Coodge, L. G. John, W. II. : adopted as read. andt
keen
t Ics.a I some competition and in upholding validity of w'' Griffin L. O. Powell Chas. Over- Blanche Roberson of Sampson
letter from Ralfe Leech I pm..._ next year at the Ihow.I the law attacked by Representative LABOR LION FIGHTS street A. :M. Lewis. City was placed on the roll
pauper
York In- Those
irner, president New OVERNIGHT STARDOM attending the show were John Mathews would not be sent BACK True bllla were returned through at $3.00 per month.J. .
a fute of Music and Art he says: : it. T. Dyer county agent Ramsey MacDonald .
Alice joy who selected I down until 30 days have elapsed shown preparing speeches for his Wednesday as follows P. Potts of Hampton, was)' y
much Impressed with was to sing Dyer, Carl Dukes R. N. DUkes//
[am very following date, of decision which election campaign which won over Roy Vtnaon. assault to murder placed on the pauper roll at $3.00
the Prince Albert
"Sing- on new Quartet Wilson
Irvlng's song May. and Nelson "
bie Jean
Sam Wilson
and
was made on October 28. the unruly English miners. breaking enter- per month.
f Tower. In fact, I have decld- Hour broadcast by the NBC- The last two are from Bradford The

'q |to use It In my next public proIn' WEAF network ala nights week county and are doing excellent pig another In the month's meantime collection, there will of be Ing.Truby Roberaon, larceny of au was designated Bradford County as the Telegraph paper In,, ;.
Central Palace, : club work.A gas
Grand ATTENDING
after
a single audition found herself revenues, almost certain to exceeda FOOTBALL tomobile. which to publish the laws of the'
York.' In making this an- I elevated few years ago such pigs as GAME) Estella White
stardom
to and singing to million dollars and three cents assault to mute regular and extraordinary sessions
cement, Prof. Sterner advlsea these would easily have brought aa 4
millions fabulous Florida
at a salary of legislature 1931. 4
It the song will be part of the high aa $75: .00 to $100.00 each. Now nearly which 500600.la, expected. And also to In reach the Among those attending the ,. der.Everett Crews, assault to murder. Mr. John Morgan i appeared before )
Ith concert program of the old- they are much cheaper which gives Florida-Georgia football in .
game the
board in
LEGION TO PRESENT meantime the state behalf of Mary
institute of voice culture In BOUTS ARMISTICE DAY the boys an opportunity to get determine ,,the exact comptrollermust amountof Gainesville Saturday were: ,Mr. P. B. Johns, selling mortgaged I Norton asking that she be placed', J.;
W started in club work and and Mrs. G. M.
York City. pig winsome Slutrunk, Mr. and property. on the '
every on* of the 67 counties of I pauper roll. He was .Instructed ;
than fifty letters of a con- of these state prizes. Mrs. C. A. Futch Mr. '
ore Celebrating opening of the the state because one cent of the and Mrs. T. Henry Davis, assault to murder. to draw up a petition and '
tulatory nature have been reed new B. Masaie, Mr. and Mrs C. A. Hlnton
American Legion sum going to counties Is allocatedon Brosky, killing of hog. have the citizens In the neighbor:
by the author-composer Halt over the TO STOP PARKING NUISANCE Knight, Mr. and :Mrs. R. F. Dem Jones
former Hull's store the percentage of area each Charley assault to mur hood of said Mary Norton alen'.ame ,
a card
the piece made Its appear- fight orest, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Robinson, '
and present it at the
baa been arranged for county bears to the remainder of der.Levy next }
i some three weeks ago. These Wednesday Chief Alvarez Is Issuingwarnings Florida / Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, Dr. Alvarez bigamy regular meeting of the commission
evening Nov. 11th
iera come from various andely vatt who will by J. C. Pre- to motorists who persist In Collections ;'fo. July. August and and Mrs W. B. Martin Miss Mildred Ted Lewis, Charley Alvares, era ""r

separated points. In the under promote the the bouts double parking, or,parking1'In any September already; reported have Black. Mra. E. M. Johns, Mr. grand larceny. Sam Nichols appeared and asked

te, the e OW try. Canada and In the auspices main bout the Kid Gilbert local post. old manner while they spend fif- returned $I. l54.919.8O due the and Mra. Ceo. C. White, Mr. and L. A. Meade mortgaging prop. for pauper allowance..," He wag tow''
lao
jid. Among prominent Flor-' : teen to thirty minutes shopping, counties under ,legislative enact- Mrs. Ed Stelneyer, Mra. J. E. Cor- erty under lease. structed to draw up a petition and
i sending Congratulations arered Vaaco pounds, Jacksonville, will meet getting the latest gossip or what ment specifically directing that pening, Mra D. M. Harward Dr David Herndon, aaaault to mur have same signed by"citizens In hiss)
L Governor Doyle EL Carl- Forsyth, 142 pounds, of not while and Mra. S. P, Vandlvlere
other traffic la abut In Misses neighborhood and ,
present at
three cents to the counties lame 1
Starke. and In the semi-final go on der.William .
V. 8. Congressman R. A. Reynolds of Roy or held up while waiting for the a basis of area, population, and i Ruth Steinberg Mary Cnnova Morgan. et ale. enticinf- She next regular meeting.. :
Graham 128
who says: "The loveliest pounds, single lane to clear. A little card road distribution.The Annie Mae Pearce Miriam Jacobs girl for prostitution. The following were presented Cw
r I[ have heard In years." Conan will ville.meet Roy Broom of Jackson- Is going to Invite the transgresaora state road department em- Lena Belle Shepard, Leila Den Andrews I Mamie Barren, assault to murder and ordered filed; Report of coun;

Ruth Byran Owen la also Mr. Prevatt has announcedthe to tell it to the mayor at ao mucha ployed 40 special auditor. and Thelma Silcox, Melba Sll- ty judge repor of home demonx

poken in her praise. She says usual good preliminaries have: word, according to the chief who spent more than 60 daya under cox Thelma Andreu, Evelyn Union and Willie Robinson jitration agent, and report of In-
been
the song: I congratulate Sop- secured. FJrt.. bout will. start rapidly losing weight and hair over direction of the legislature In de- Stump Patsy Brlnaon Mary breaking and entering pector jails.

I Jean Irving on her song suei at 8:13. the manner some drivers and especially termining the amount of money Jronwlee, Emma Strickland Eaelle No Bills After explanations of Mr. A. S. k
.
Singing Tower' and In givingthe t women hitch their.cars each county contributed to the Kendrick Madge Mlddletan, No bllla were returned aa follows Crews,, attorney, for, county commissioners -
world In song what we all .- anywhere and everywhere the state road system. Population fig- Lois Adkina, Hazel Adklna. Ethel : it was decided that
|l about Florida fancy strikes them. Prlffln., DorM Manning Mona Al Henry Whittle, assault'' to mur there
.THEKESSAMr n urea of each In others come gratifying The chief has not stated whether derman. Edith Colton; Beatrice I '
from the lastcentals.. Thus make further defense In certain .
.. .. der.Tom ,
clams among them one from A. 1 SalllvuB. Cor., tea will be served at these Informal I centa of the total amount I. twO/; / Sullen: Messrs.> H. C. Wall, J. J. Goodwine, assault to murI foreclosure suits where Bradford

i Mark Fullstone retired pub- morning gatherings with ,determined. But the exact Truby,. Maurice Edwards II. L. der. county Is one of the defendants.'
er' of S. W. Durland Gardens HoUowe'ne Social at Theresas the mayor or If the latest-methods the several counties Is something Brownlee J. E. Futch Owen Griffin Will Howard attempting to Mr. R. L. Black came before the n

don, England, who says "Sing- The Theresa Christian Union of properly bidding a hand at con- else yet, according to Mr. Amos.. Gerald Mlddleton, Broward break and enter a dwelling. board and offered to take up his

Tower Is an exquisites sym- gave a Hallowe'en entertainment at tract bridge for a fee of $1 and The comptroller stated that he Lovell Congressman Robt A. Criminal Cases taxes on a basis of 25 per cent of,

nyI; should Indeed like to see the Christian church last Saturday costs will be taught the guests was fairly certain that virtually all Green Joe Sistrunk Eldredge/ Sam Wilson breaking and entering face of certificates and 29: per cent:'

beautiful spot inspiring this evening. A reading. The Origin of Since discovering' that he Is not of Lake Okeechobee for Instance Smith, Charles Darby, Dr. E. L. ; plead not guilty. Case set of subsequent taxea. Mra. M.'' IB. t

ely text and melody." Hallowe'en by Ethel Packhamand vulnerable, the chief baa decidedto was In Palm Beach county. He was Blgga Ben Sternberur, Julian Peek for 10 o'clock Monday, Edwards made the same offer on ',!,
ther authorities have voiced enforce the rule of Prescott GUI, Bill Edwards, Ivan Truby Robinson of automobile ,>,
a negro dialogue by Mrs. Flor- : strictly basing this statement he said on larceny certain lots in Lawtey. Mr. II. DV/: W
1 praise of this new Florida ence Williamson and Fredrick "Park your car properly or parkon I the fact that the legislature baa defined Hazen, Reaala Colaon, W. T. Weeks,, ; plead guilty. May aa agent for the Eaat Coast' '

fig: The Carilloneur of Lincolner Dodd. Many games were played a aids street. by metes and bounds all the A. E. Wall Woodfln flails, J. P. Estella White assault to murder Lumber Company appeared ;and *

>/ Lincoln, Neb., the cartllon-, and enjoyed such as: Ring throw- e surrounding counties none of: Warren, Leslie Blgga, Woodrow ; plead not guilty Case set for asked for a compromise ..tu.- k\t\i!

at Iowa State College Ames ing Pektn wood game the broom- METHODISTArmistice"One which claim any appreciable partof Ford, Leo Wiggins, John and Monday. meat on redemption of lands of

|b., from Chicago Cincinnati, I stick ride a puzzle game and kiss- the lake. Frank Inmaa, Harry Tyson, Ralph Henry Davis assault to murder; said company. All three matters' ;..,'1
lrolt> and other music centers Ing the queen. Two main features month before But right there another point Cox Carl Johns Ortho Matheny plead not guilty. CUe set for were laid over until Monday,:November r

ng word of favorable recep- of the evening were refreshments Kaiser abdicated be and his asso- Is raisedand court action may! James Lewis, Willie Strickland Monday. 10, 1931, at 10:00: m., at 5"

consisting of lemonade and cake ciates realized that all hopes of a be necessary to'settle the matter, Lester Price and Eldredge Robinson Hinton Broskle, killing of hog; which time the board will consider ,
lie ballad "Singing Tower" Is followed by an amusing play, "The successful resistance to the Allies although'Mr. Amos did not make Jesse Alexander Billy Gra- defendant not appearingcaplasIssued these and any other or further c-',

s of a group by this author-corn District Attorney Helpa the Re- were at an end. The complete collapse , that statement. If the water area ham,. and A. Z. Adkina, Jr. and bond fixed at 1200. bids that may be made by same N
.
ier.The original of this song andy porter." A large 'number were of Turkish and Bulgarian resistance as well as'tbe Jandrarea of counties -' Roy Vlnaon, assault to murder; parties or other parties Interested. a'-

others appearing In the An- present and the event was enjoyed and the repeated and stag- arE to be"Conll lerecJ.*n arriving BILLUOVa COMEDIANS AT not In custody capais Issued and in said lands or other lanoa upon ;g
logy of Florida Poets of 1931. by alt ering; blows delivered against the at the exact stce.of each county LAKE CITY I bond fixed at $1000.' which taxes are delinquent,

I addition to this "In a Glass Boti Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence and Mr. I tottering German army In the ands its percentage' I relatesto Ted Lewis and Charley Alvarez, The matter of the library buildIng -. ?
"
i Boat, "Water Lily "Bride'squet" and Mrs. Bolt of Keystone attended 'west could be Interpreted In no the balance of the state, what Billroy'a Comedians will open in grand larceny. Lewis entered a and grounds as referred to In

and others ,will be reed I the social here Saturday evening other way. Therefore on October I. to be done about Monroe coun- Lake City next Monday night fora plea of guilty. ; Alvarez plea of not the will of J. W. Alvarez, and the),J

from the music publishers 6,1918 the German government Informed yT: That the question bother- week's run, and the 'return .of guilty. resolution passed on Sept.>7.*1931.
|a few weeks. ,. Misses Thelma and Pauline President Wilson that It Ing Mr. Amos. "We feel like we this popular show In their blue Walter Franklin breaking and by the commissioners with ref4

ha new song has a three-fold 'Priest and Mr. Hubert Priest of accepted the terms of peace whichhe know that Okeechobee county Is and gold tent theatre to Lake City entering; plead not guilty. erence to same was called up for

eal 1, frontispiece depicts a full Starke attended the Hallowe'en social had outlined In an address to in Palm Beach county; but now will attract many from this sec Mamie Barron, assault to murder reconsideration. :Mr. A. S. Crews "

e sepia finish picture of the here Saturday evening. congress on Jan. 8, 1918 the 14 we'd like to know If the Gulf of tion. Their principal comedian Is ; plead not guilty. attorney for the board advised that "'

"ng Tower; in a twopagead Miss Connie McCauley of Brooker points-and In subsequent addressee ,Mexico Is In Monroe county," be a Starke boy, Bob Demoreat Jr., Union and Willie Robinson they had nothing to do with the

Is the musical setting, and spent the week-end with :Misses and asked him to take asked. acquired from the "talkies," where breaking, entering and grand larceny matter until certain terms of the'
[ the back Is the poem which Willie Mae and Okie Hlnaon. steps for a cessation of hostilities. Twenty-two counties la the state be has made' several notable ; plead guilty. will were carried out and therefore , {

nted such furor among state Remember Christian Union at After some preliminary negotiations have raised the question of area. "shorts." Bob Is an actor to his Joe Rlgdon alias W. J. Mann, had nothing to do with said tit

futy lovers. Demands for this the Christian church every Sundayat the Armistice terms to be Mr. Amos! said that he would follow finger tips and a'born comedian. 'desertion and withholding support; matter and had made a mistaken''M

1 ce the have exceeded the supply 7SO: also preaching. demanded of the Germans were the mandates of the legislature Besides his ability as a performer plead not guilty. Caaa set for by passing the resolution.
song Is now going Into real C agreed on and handed to the German In Its definition of county boundary he .Is an excellent dancer and la Monday.Joe Mr. N. D. Wainwright one of: : ..
Diction with Its probably veto delegates by Marshal Foch. lines. Others say: that these ably assisted by one of cleverest Rlgdon alias W. J. Mann, the executors of said will statedj;:!"":V'$:!

distributors here during. They accepted them at daybreak lines are obvlousJy very Indefinite buck and wing dancers the theatrical j desertion and withholding support; that in his opinion there was now,, fy|
latter days of this month. BROOKER November 11. Six hours later at u to aeveral coast,counties, where. business young John Finch. I plead anility.P legal matter in question, but that.' ';i

11 a. m, the guns ceased to fire'the state's, territory reaches out, There are el&lIteen-alrll with the E. Johns and Paul Balsden. the executors would necessarily y';,
ytona Beach Lerner Stores Miss Vera Oalney. Cor. and peace began to dawn on near under-. the statutes* toothetguUtream : show this Cal West Is again arson. Trial aet for Tuesday. need to be aaaured of the nvalnten- ;{:

oration chain of 175 women's I stricken Europe. The terms of aometiaasav' scarcely a mile featured ,in year the concerts and has P E. Johns selling mortgaged,. ance and equipping of the said U- ,if:

stores In country, purchased Rev. McGa\iley filled his regular Armistice were hard; but Preal from shore-and m other places U new 14....- Bonnie Mack la property. :Trial aet for Tuesday. ': brary, before said executors would / l

Dew perty on Beach street, for slit ;l pointment at Deaden church dent Wilson bad warned the Germans far away as 35: miles, back many with the show which .Is a Civil Cases) I feel constrained to fix up the bufld- $
store building. 'oiiday.Mra.. that they would be such aa What Each Xtoonty Gets guarantee that the laughs Mrs )f. I,. Slade vs O. '8. F. lug for said purpose,' thereby $',

auk Elks Lodge dedicatRa''ryAnna : . Louise Hicks of Waldo was to make a renewal of hostilities on The amount'each,'county .Is expected positive will come often. Many Starke people Ry., damages 1290., Counsel for spending a considerable sum*,of 4((

i eo. Home' for Crippled called here on account of the Illness the part of Germany impossible." to receive this year from will take advantage of the plaintiff announced agreement' on money and! then take the chance ,';<(

of her mother Mrs Cora Compton. the gasoline tax based _on are, nearness of this popular show to compromise. of having the building' go unused .; '

Crews. Peace, constructive thought and population and money they spent see young Demoreat In the new KIrby Smith va O. S. F. Ry., and unoccupied.' After conaldera-, ,'It
'Resale Colson Orthe Matheny the rearing of a strong enduring on roads taken over by the state, plays to be presented this season. damages $ OO. Jury awarded ties the action as taken on ,the, Jl

ARMISTICE DAYPBOOBAII Purvis Hazen. and Ivan Hazen at- brotherhood that shall outline and was estimated by officials as: Deluding several that have had plaintiff $75.0u. .I resolution Sept. 7, 1931; was re-' 'ftMinded.

tended the Georgia-Florida football overpower the spirit of war la now Alachua,, $l Ot2'1; Baker, $38.- sensational runs on Broadway. Bradford County Telegraph vs : The ,board also refuse( f(i&'

game In Gainesville Saturday. our objective.The M5.30: Bav. $103,307.; Bradford. St. Cloud Tribune, damages $200. to exempt the property from taxeo*., f4!

AJt Annistlc. Rev Crouch of St. Petersburg can .and nurture of $,5. ."i'Brnard.. $93,291.09; Verdict for plaintiff. as requested by Mr.Wainwrlght... %, v

Pun' will be bell ate y pro- preached here at the Penecostalchurch men wno went to the front .the''Broward. $119,70.28; Calhoun 3'18.93; Levy. $113.808.26; Liberty, D. E. Knight vs S. A. L. Ry.. There being no further business,,, B,

School buUdln& a.t U hip, last week. sacred trust and God forbid $3617509: Charlotte.. $64.91236; '4t.t9t5.61.KadIaOD.. $1000. Dismissed upon notion of the board of commissioners adjourned -.,..A',
Nov. 11th. 1931.The dclock, Mr, and Mrs L. R. Waters and any of them be neglected through Citrus SM,8tS.Olr Clay. $:S ,l1t.l'1; $70,788.37; Manatee plaintiff. until Monday November r

aiii be In the program Leola Fogg were In Alachua Wednesday the years of their life In the world.A Cower $126.381-94; Columbia! 123.77666; Marion. $188,47399; Bank of Starke vs F. L. Turner", lath, 1931. at which time they .;,;
front of the buDding.open and at tile : pressing invitation Is extended $74.939.62. .- -.... f. .. .w6O' MT+roe. $127.- damages $:SOO. Verdict for plain will take up certain delinquent tax: ::;r"

The Jones-Lengford_ I of the Tung to all to come and worship with Dade, $361.19182; DeSoto $55242.73 ,- 762.67; Nassau. $53,773.72; Oka- tiff. matters. \\I\
Poet Whlte here last week visiting other church Dixie. $46.623.36; Duval, Bank of Starke vs J. S. :McNeil '
Okeechobee
Na 66 of the I OU Farms was us. If you have no ; looaa. $73,339.32; hJ, M
Legion, with the aeslstance'of'the American Mrs. T. W. Markey. home, especially do we extend a $382.012.67; Escambte.$168,226.68;I'.vU>:*8.eo; Orange, $184,612.47; damages $20O. Verdict for plaintiff Births
AWtI1Ia.r7 Miss Eunice Hazen spent Tues cordial Invitation to the local post. Flagler. 13:5,389Mf: Franklin. $,0.- Osceoia. $113,97807. l
'I and Worn- vUJe. 11:00 a. m. 011.70; Gadadenr'> $79.883.89; ou-J( Palm Beach. .
Club, art ; day In Galne An ArmlsUce sermon. : $260,020.63; Pasco :Mr. and Mrs Orie Wiggins.,
the ;
rorram.. aponsgtng Rev. Maddox and wife of Max- Evening sermon 7:30 p. m. cbrtst/ $25.937.33; Glades $t8-. $102,893.70; Plnellaa, $216,713.29; EXPENSIVE SECOND Starke daughter Oct. 29th.Mr. .
Every ville spent last weekend with Rev. Appropriate music by the choir. 961.54; Gulf $31.43308. Polk. $269,32303; Putnam $89.- 'f
ex-aenlee '
and Mrs John Hall, Hasan- .1
tanmat prMeDt III hqueata4 man that :McGauley. I We are looking forward to It good Hamilton. $,2, 6U'2' ;, lUrdee 401.05: ; St. Johns.8103,622.97; St. John, Raymond and Wesley ton dau&bter..NOY. 2nd., } r rlift.
: Mr. and Mrs. L.11. Calney were day. $66,401.73; Hendry $65,448.81; Lucle, $08,944.73; Santa Rosa, Crews .oeo"e -
With of the ;
the Lag Lawtey section plead and Mrs. John LeeJfe;Crse ) I
march foa &D4 last W. F. Jones, Hemando. $,4 3.09; Highlands, $76.413.13Sarasota ;
Sun- pastor.Hsltniy1
Jacksonville
to IICbOOI building visiting In $92,189.67] guilty last week, before JIdcCU.. !Springs,' daughter', Nov 2nd.1. !,
$MG.-
"5 wltIa __ C --+ 880,36'1Il1JJaborou Seminole72,16448 Sumter. $81-
legion day. ; diner for unlawfully seining Rowan Jlr./; and .' '
members: Mrs. -Aubrey MooI'.H.
1y who has been Construction 'of I 698.65f Holmes $45.799.431 Indian 777.60,* Sowannee S.OL l
s r4Mra.A.B,4roeby. $10.o : t '
dy III lnvltedrto'be'p lsker: west of Starke and were)each daughter Nov3r! l" .
Starke < !
l'elal.t sometinj. her with.her road Uwe-qosrtsrs of mil long to :River.. $3139703; Jackson,. $93-, Taylor 883.81469Y Union;.$34. :
CIQ r spending fined''n>and.. &:-, e .ns.: staa + '
and-Mrt.
Dccaaioa..: $ .- ,l1DpOrtaDc. parents, if" r...-.. firs 1. JacksosjKt join MCtICI8 west of r. c.C:,1'(1.( I M4.06;''.Jd4IInoa.-I .&81.'OL: I 11O.5f;, Vo1usta, '$313.02X.M-'Wao _\ , .... . I ,s'. Starke'dAu Mr.: : tr.'Nn.' Ralph'.D iO&blq.J: L.. ";

vt""-iwt"J r returned to Mr hem h ; : way to dtr wilfc a'ederahhlpwagr: I IaUthOdaa4" fay Uv '$38.11X64 rake.-$199- I md1e 837,730:90: : Watte 491.8M,* .rPlat.05tTsd MrIIIe fruit being Mr. and Mrs 1.Aodti\t'lfbkaijl: I
tW.8laodeyr'a' a Jo'; Io WYba 1 lt$471pLssi't9KahR1b: >Gsar.i00,. J..W ttojto fM.O&J.n.io ,
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tooi t f a deep impression. class. Ralph Is making a splendid ney they will stop at a sky road-I night. The corral gate was locked;m I CAt) ; $ COh U .

Mrs. D. P. Carpenter was in one. house and purchase a milky-way. the next morning; ao part of the :.

IfJ:;: : Ui charge of the program. By the way did you read oUt There will be no tired worn out corral was down. Bob had searched It.'s being rumored

COUNTY paper last wee? I tell you it was bedrappled house wives for the I the hills dally for two weeks the tootb:1U: team will arOInlQ( 11III
i' CONEIIEAD FOOTBALL will be cooked In a lIey tor get
PLATS a: "hum<1lnger" ; made this good familler/ meal the game:
,t, : "'/ :li \: ) ( ; i OF? LAST GAME by the splendid work of our edi community kitchen. These com- .tut without avail. Mysterious, her '11 hoping we can .ptF/
: HIGH JOURNAL ominous, indeed! .
;, tor-in-chief. Lester Price Robin- munity kitchens will be run on a a tun.0 of 200. chrtatea
\', J Ito, John Inman and Mac Davis went son, the famous quarterback. stylo similar to our cafeterias. Halt an hour later found Bill

:i j' ::t j' ; I'I ( __ sleep on the line and let a man Well balanced meals will be pre- drinking water from a spring be- 'We want all
"t.\ '. miiF -- tween two rocks, while Paul plac1 those
1\'ho\
, t' /, get through for a touchdown on NEWS AND VIEWS pared containing! vitamins from A made comments or ha.t
I ji I, first play of game. I II -- to Z. The floors will all be swept Lily 1 cropped grass nearby. As Bob !boy. look 1:1: the 1Ia, tie
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LESTER P.
RORINSON ___________. Editor-in-Chief I I from there to unIforms to
drinking came be
' 'j 'l\4 :1 t fi / EVELYN STUMP' ??____.._______-_? Assistant! Editor I Ivn Hazen didn't seem to be Folks I tell you Lake City was, and dust removed by Improved his arose a low mumbling or rumb- 'at the game FrIday, and prod.

" 1 : t. ..1/ I ,I I LOUISn EDWARDS __-________._--_. Literary Editor able to get into very rainy plays. surely represented: In Starke last I vacuums. Such labor saving devices ears of distance thunder. Lift- are satisfied. 8ee VA.
U-irvln: Williams forgot to cross- Car full after car full as machines manipulated by Hnj, as
Aly i RALPH COX .-______ Sports Editor Friday.
bead he scanned the bar-
Ii') I ,,4e44 I, .i, MIRIAM JACOBS ______._____-___?__.. Joke Editor block. camo to the game and they pressing a button enables ,you to Ing his Talk about a large
; P : PATSY ERINSON ___ Society Editor I Eon Sternberg got nervous and weren't all school children, either.In find your bed all mada up and wa- ren, desert-like landscape with not so large after all World,, II 1
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I ijr I fumbled, downed a man who( was of-tbem were drown for bath. Then the arched brows. When his gaze: fell of becauae
I I CLEO SHEPARD __ Editor fact, most grownup ter your twenty thousand *
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'. iJ': "" I' : 4f!, ). I t ,. I receiving a pass. boosters of the team. There switch! is throws another way and, to the right, his eyebrows shot gax Saturday./:! people III

,: 1\, .. ,I t' ,L.e,.;.',1 :, "., I Lester Robinson called for a passon were about twice as many: Lake I lo' and behold the ring around the halfway up his but forehead;like for,the on out Plfljer:: Ihrlg,Ralph the tootbRII Cox I1I1&1ti
the horizon
standing team work.-Estelle Da- Lake City's 12 yard line on sec- City people as there were Starke: bathtub has disappeared.What coming )of '59. Prom the o-
vis. ond down, five to go, otherwise we people. Now we absolutely must)I is this sweet music that we wind, swarmed a mad frantic herd and. the Bradenton way Trig hbd!

Concerning Lake City-B. H. S. might have scored. I not let this happen again. Of heart That.happens to a lullaby' of stampeding buffalo, ; I up tbHg has a paper WIItlll'
Ii1Jjrf game: A clean well played game If E Robinson had: backed up course we want ,the out of town canned in a mechanical. nurse sing- 'With a wild yell Bob flew for teats this year Wonderful gay!

both teams displayed a fine spirit the line instead of backing away people to come but we must have Ing the baby little precious, to the saddle and a minute later was

f and .showed results of hard work|from the line Lake City would not I I more Bradford people out. Show Bleep. No longer does poor papa headed down a wide, shallow canyon I Talk: about pluck
r.j have had much yardage.If coming to the walk the all quite a distance from the and grit 11
and good coaching; especially was so your home spirit by have to baby night, you want too but
4 thin true of the Bradford team as Ralph Cox bad been where he games. occasionally stepping on a t"ck. spring, and urging Paul to go fast an" other two Words YOU WOD't to!
much was supposed to be he could have for the mechanical nurses hand er. Paul's hoofs beat a heavy edrlbee the which ,y
they against a
j were up Middleton. stopped that first touchdown. We B. IL 8. students are Very can be attached to the cradle and furious col-lap, but the palncy played' game Harry TIi.It
team.-Madge
;ii'( stronger.. . Matheny failed to fake plays. proud of our last year's graduate, can rock It 'till the wee hours of beasts were gaining fast. Bob realized down to Friday.the elbow Left arm _
;; Whole team mide bad tackles Miss Dora Manning who was early morn. : the danger of having the animals and thumb little flap!

AS SEEN FROM TIlE SIDE I and failed to block. 'lected sponsor for the Georgla- The poor hen-pecked husbandwill catch him; ken, also that i but die :this on the right band teen!

7 ;' ( t; LINES Florida football game at home comI not Joe able to fret awavwith, running nowhere (unless perhapsIn I stop him from p
TTU]
log tell
rP'' to ___ I ng Gainesville last week. those! "I've been to the a narrow deep canyon) was the world it did col

Sg When I first laid my eyes on : AS PREDICTED ,stories, for instruments lodge'1 useless. He would be caught eventually I I had
Sues
,
YyI those boys from Lake City "Good I -- JUNIOR NEWS b<"-n perfected wherein the wives unless something proven- better not !form!
Vic Thomas.) Eldredge Robinson.
gracious!" I said "how large they (By I will be able to perceive every!tlal turned up. He playeQ e
Tornadoes will clash again WH as he
The could
arc, and If It be true that there hi I No class! meeting has been called movement of their better half. Bob's frantic eye caught, far started < until hi,
this afternoon aZi
with Alachua hurting him.
} strength In number they surely therefore, we can say nothing Radios will have risen to such down the sultry valley a law plateau Talking

I must have strength." "Right here,"I I Alachua! before defeated last the And Tornadoesnce tied them more about our plans for the yeir. an Advanced stage that If you ob- rising abruptly like a galnttible. D.hurts BoDloson, It looks have as if Ralph C01I111 j

I Bild, "Is where Bradford meets year Tho junior class is very glad to ject to listening to a "crooner" it Hope smote Bob's hammerIng a penmnentiJ;
; a Its Waterloo And was I right I fja: same year. Last year the two ,have two new members Pearl and will automatically turn to another heart. Could he? But Paul was itiry. No hinting son ,tot i I*
n. teams met twice and fought to a in the truth.
I[ was. Uncle Sam can talk about 'Philip McEachern from Lawtey.We station. I faltering fast, and would soon be .
u 1 tie both times.
m i t''30 "Yellow peril" all he wants to determined to hope they like us as well 'as. we CH mMda will be a thing of the spent. He glanced backward r then We
T I The Tornadoes are can! brag
(i' but: when Lake City marches out like them. past for they may order mechanical -I dug his spurs Into the faltering about one thlnfh
>sept 25 Lake Butler _____ Here on the field a "yellow peril" In the trounce the Alachua team this Mrs. Hudson and- -Miss- -Fernandez husband from Sears and mount Only a few yards behind! our school there are no pe

"I We-13 They-o form of "yellow jackets" has ar year.. Alachua is equally determ. have decided that on Monday, buck. Roe-I In five minutes. Bob had urged bIO Qe", though Annie Laura's
Oct. 2. Chtetl&nd ______ Here I. lied to walk over Bradford'sfighting and is mighty light-It still hat
i + rived. But take it from me the and Tuesday, the "rats" junIors Kitty Hogsed the floundering horse alongside the
So it should be a
team. trace of brown.
We-1 They-o uniform Is the only thing "yellow" with a few very important English H A. plateau. The .wall was too steep No kiddin')yogi
I f1 rl Oct. 9, Live Oak _____ There'about that team. They played a real snappy game. seniors, sprinkled In are to merely i for ascension but Bob saw a pro- all Annie Laura.

r '' ti i4 ( We-1 Tbey-211 nice clean game and to simply say Some of the Starke boys sus- practice volley ball. On Wednesday truding wall ahead. Behind this -

l i ,; r Oct. 16. Fernanellna __ Here they were good, would be expressing tained injuries in the game last of each week a game is to beheld SLOW PAUL, lay protection! As Paul staggered Dot forget folk, "Stunt Nljisoo

;g'' We-31 ________ They-o. it too mildly. They were more Friday, but the only way to keepa Last week :the juniors and behind the wall a foremost buffalo .,. All those who have a it
Oct. 23. _____ Here good man down is to tie him 21. (Lester Austin.) or play you want pulled 08
i High Springs [than good they were superb In I seniors beat the "rats' 23 to bumped against him; but Bob ]*
7 We-o They-o fact nothing except poison could down and if these players aren'ttied Bob's form emerged from the succeeded in urging him up the get In communication with Mn.1

r,,; Oct 23. Lake CIty _____ Here stop that yellow wave when once down they will be on the field Society (As We"Juniors; See It) barn door and strode rapidly wll which was much more slant- F. Pemorest. Mrs. Demurest I

4' We-o They-20 It started. making their opponents wish they The lively juniors attending the through the barn-yard. As he ing at that point. Once upon the I kindly consented to direct the i IIai

4 Nov. 8. AlachulL ______ Here I Bardford evidently must have were tied down.Let's Hallowe'en carnival Lawtey Friday -I I walked he brushed the consllk plateau Bob dismounted, and i dents participating.

Nov. 13. Trenton _______ blare been poison for It stopped Lake all get up that old spirit and Saturday nights were: I from his face and mopped his stroked Paul's quivering nose

Nov. 20. Jasper ________ There City more than once. now (school spirit not alcoholic oWe Dlnklns. Abble Harley, .damp brow with a bandanna. Hot fondly. NOTICE

a Nov.. 27, Wllliston ______. Here And say do you remember that spirits) and go to the game and Wynken Boulware Ruth Rowe, work, husking corn in summer! "Whew! What a run old timer!
cheer leader from Lake City I I pull for Bradford This game is going Pearl McEachern Pete Burney Reaching the house; he leaped We're sate now, though." OP. Howard a visiting phyi)!!

r PROGRAM FOR HEALTH mean the little boy with the loud to be worth seeing. and Philip McEachren. I up the steps and hurried to his A bright object caught his ,eye 'Wilt be in the school all this i
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for the
't p AND TEMPERANCE DAY voice and big suit. That boy Is a We are sure that the juniorsin room. At the' door, he met his reflecting the sun's rays in the purpose of examlng I
pupils In the from the
} wonder, and if he doesn't die witha HONOR ROLL 'Hampton Graham Brooker mother. sand Stooping, be picked it. up, grades i
down This is
Friday morning 9:30. stroke of apoplexy some day Raiford and Sampson City, all en- "Your clothes are on the bureau. gasping."A very Important inecessary
while cheering for Lake City I'll Low First E and D. George joyed Hallowe'en as much as those I"' ." she informed him key! Our corral gate numberflttysevenl for the school, as It i
Song America-By schooL1I'lag in diseases and
be surprised He may not know It Flynn, Jr., Ida Lulu Davis, Patsy of Lawtey and Starke. If so you "Herb's already gone" Some one had a detecting i conIng

4 salute. but he is wasting his talent lead-)Keen, Hazel Thomas, Sara Barefoot I' may rest assured that we all had "Did he fke 'Zip'?" Bob's tone duplicate made to get Bert then tbem. This matter should I

Joint recitation, "Milk is Health ing cheers. That boy Is a born Joe Andrews, HI. C. B. Hayes, a "Happy Hallowe'en." was accusing. lost-" given Immediate: attention by t

'I ful"-By 11 pupils from Miss Ray's acrobat. As a contortionist he's a I Jr. Miss Ray eacher. .... ''Y es." "Whee-ee-eet" parents of pupils..in these grade|

room. scream. When Lake City made First grade A and B.-Harold SOPHOMORE SOCIETY As he dressed Bob's face wore a A shrill horses's neigh Interrupted -
ONE MOND.tTThe :
Joint recitation 'The Temperance -I that third touchdown he actuallydid Ford, Julian McRae Douglas Pit- -- frown. He had wanted to ,"Zip," Bob who whirled around toward SESSION

. ;! Army-By five pupils from. the Charleston standing on his zer, Armond Thomas, Woodrow A group of sophomore girls mo- the most spirited horse of their a nearby wood. There in a Bradford High School i

;;/, Miss Davis' room. head. I saw him with my own eye, Thomas, Evelyn demons Mary tored out to the fooball field to coral but now that his brother little pole pen with her short ears dents excuses! at 1 o'cl
were :
h k Joint recitation, "Danger"Byfoul" so believe It or not. as Ripley says. Dixon Ellen Mersereau Sarah watch the boys practice. They were Herbert had taken him, he'd have pricked eagerly was--Bert! Bob
to teichera met
pupils from Miss Mlddleton'sroom. If I were a reasonable person I'd rewell Jessie Mae Blade Lovie In a Model "T"'..i"' to take' Paul a slow one. sped across the hot sand to his be !Monday Inff that;was owing held In a the aftern

ti I frankly admit that Lake City was Ward Wardolph Johns Walter Kitty is so unconscious she A moment later, Bob stepped loved pet. '
None of the students were i
Chorus "A Food Song, By 12 superior to Bradford and outplayed Taylor Olson Thomas Carolyn doesn't even know the new addi- from the house neat and shapely Two minutes later Bert, with cold I

pupils from Miss Griffin's room. I(, her from start to finish. But Green, Violet Johnson Beatrice tion to the school house Is goingup in riding breeches boots neckerchief Bob riding and Paul at her heels as the the building The was new very hen

r Recitation. "Dare to Do Right"RIvers I'm not a reasonable person and TllUa. Miss Madge Middleton with a bang! bang! flannel shirt and sombrero.He was thundering out of the cinyon morning. been comple
not
has yet
-- Hundley from Mrs. I'll not admit that any team! is teacher. The members of the sophomore saddled his mount led him out below the plateAu beaded! for system raP 1
but is progressing
Work
Walnwrlght'a room. superior to Bradford. Coach Lov- First grade Carrie Mae Stafford class attended the Temperance the corral gate mounted: and *"Tne. A shout rang from the plateau to the 1 bull
Recitation.! "Why Is It'"-Ruth ell did not run up a flag saying Doris Brown, Frances Noe-(I program In person, hie! reined him in the direction of the ; then a shot. Bob saw the The Is north addition completion. So

Wyman, from Mrs. Rltch's room. "Bradford expects every man to do gel Elaine Marks. Miss Estelle Davie hills. Paul looked speed, but: never dust spurt up ahead. Another shot; now' nearIng to

', Recitation, "Rub-a-Dub" Alex his duty." It was not necessary, he teacher. { HOME ROOM ACCOMPLISHMENTS I succeeded it seemed, in "stretch- Brother puff of dmt. Another. scAool.Y ere Treat improvements

Blt! ko. knew that every' Bradford man Fourth grade Emmett Per- ing cut"Now Bob ran. Another, and if it badn.tbeen ,. .-

; Recitation. The Health Menu"Garnetta would put up a game fight and ryman. Ruby Conner. Billy Jackson Bert-she could run! Bert! for Paul's slowness, we'd ran r.CAMPUS RUMORS
e Hubbard. from Miss they did. Sternberg was as stern Tommy Hitch, Juanita Bare- The pupils In the home room of I The word brought a throb of painto rait that slant In the wall!I" Bob

t Qruber'sj room. I aa ever. Cox was extra good the foot Doris Crews, Jean Davis Mrs. T. J. Alderman are giving Bob's heart Two weeks had enthusiastically explained to the The Blorlda-Georgla to

Reading "Lincoln's Influence" two Robinson did splendid team Margaret Lowry. Mrs. Herbert much thought to the character passed since Bert his sleek riding anxious family upon reaching game was a re dezvous for till 1

-Tom Mersereau, from Mrs. Bo work. Inman was always at the Hart teacher. trait, courtesy this week. "filly." had mysteriously disap. home I I ADDITIONAL SCHOOL NEWS]

nn's room. I right plice. Tyson made several Fifth grade Mary Jane Judd, a discussion of courtesy Attell'l peared from the corral during the "Good of slow Paul" } ON PAGE FOUR

i Recitation. "Smokeless Breath- nice plays. Matheny and Mast were Willie Mae Johns Allle Mae Slade man' contributed a story of =- - -

ing Air" Billy Taylor, from-Miss as full of pep as "Pepper" Martin RMph Dubois Jewett Fogg, N. T. dore Roosevelt and Margaret SCttOOL

i Perkin's room. Lewis was a tower of strength, Billy Taylor. Miss Eunice Williams a story about Dolly DAYS By DWIG
Reading "The Camel Chaser"Juanita in fact every one played his part Perkins,. teacher. Madison, the wife who taught her

Barefoot from Mrs. Hart's manfully. They did their best Fifth grade Mary Harriet husband to be a president.. These

;" room. but simply could not make the Bishop Era Edwards Clara Flume stories emphasized the thought of

Friday afternoon 1:30. grade. Millie Sllcox Doshta Smith. Mrs.''our quotation for our subject: "The

Bone, "America, the Beautiful" During the brief rest at half the Boree. .teacher I' small courtesies*sweeten" life; the SLAG ME, Vr1u.YA ,

-By schooL game. Coach Lovell made a spirit 12th grade Ortho Matheny greater, ennoble It. -Boree. ) '' ,1DI6'
YOt
t Address on Temperance Dr. ed appeal to his team. I could not Melba Sllcox, Evelyn Stump, Vic- I'LL SHOW YOde '
FUTURE
0.' H. Lowry. hear all he said, however these tor Thomas. GLIMPSE INTO THE pattyi silo 'MOORS r

: Song "America" By school. sences reached my ears. "We are llth grade Mary Brownlee. SLApptry' AROUnp AU.
; Reading "The 18th Amend- now in civil Let us take a peep Into the future
engaged a great war. Lucille Edwards Hope Haynes,
ment" .- By Novella King. and see what our great grandchildren ..
r A rose by any other name would: Mildred: Morgan.,
} Raiding "Llndberghs and Tobacco smell as sweet, Your doubts are 10th-Vera Gainey, Lois Adklns, will be doing. TfcrVa TAW i AeipTt TJ
to school!
-By Gus Thomas. traitors. All's well that ends well"And Etholln Bnrron, Martha Brownlee<, They will not be going s
i.. Recltttion "An Inspiration"Dy as the boys marched back on Bunnie Canova, Kitty Hogged In Mr. Ford's" Model T", but will DO voo une TrWT?

; Elaine Wynn. the field I distinctly heard him Loiliae Jackson, Janet Kelly, Lois arrive with a bang In an even more Mal os pduy: .
Solo Miss Evelyn Stump. bedecked stripped down --
by say "Give me a touchdown or give Long. Ernest Morgan, Sinclair gaily
Reading, "The Smoking Girl"- aeroplane. There they will find
me death for withall your faultsI Peck Margaret' Prevfttt, Alta
Marjorle Stump. mechanical teachers who are provided
'
love you still Ralm. Fred Shaw, Dorothy Swan-
..4 Reading, "J. C. Penney on the The game is over, Lake City his bom.. with adding,machines to total

Dry LAW" Lubedla Alvarez. 'won. But here's to Bradford 1 The 8th Marjorie stump Annie the demerits. The poor tired t

k Dialogue on Alcohol, byAnnieLau. 'school that is loyal to Its team! Laura Tucker, Myra Prink Blake students will no longer have to
Tucker and Kitty Hogsed. climb stairs but will be quickly
The team that is a good loser as Jackson, Helen Mersereau. Donald
Rending, "A few reason why we lifted to their respectlce class
I well as a good winner! Here's to McRae. Martha Powell, Rorothv
w : ahoull not use tobacco" Gordon little in Thorn- rooms tit express elevators.
the Alma
Starke, biggest city Sapp Louise Snyder,
"Wiulaworth. What his dame fashion in store
the state who is one hundred per
itt Reading ,"The Proper Place of cent loyal to thit'school and tM ton.8th grade Lois Judd Annie for the fair sex? The Eugenie Era 4.i

.Alcohol"-Bob Frlnk..FACULTY team! Hero's to Lake City! The Silcox. will be a thing of the past. There

M home of the "Yellow Jackets" and 7th garde Virginia( Alvares, will be no derby with its sweep- I
COMMENTS ON feather. Reversible dresses fir
mv: bow they can sting! When Bull Mae Dyal. Mao Mersereau, ing y
I THE BRADFORD TORNADOES will be the If a young
; quite raga r
they returned home they probablysaid Andrew Taylor. s'f
"We hive met the enemy and 8th grade-X*: 0. Jones Francis lady should attend a football game '
The Tornadoes have had some and unable to return home before ; I
S they are ours." Lee Peek.FURTHER.
card fights to make this' season, Mrs., B. Perkins. the dance she ClAD pull a tipper
but they have made them In a I fastener and change her sport costume -

.clean manly: way. They have bad 1 : man POINTS Into an appropriate evening _
food sportsmanship through vie- TEMPERANCE PROGRAM "I OF SENIOR CLASS gown. The modern mla will not 4c f(

tories; ties and losses-a most be burdened with a compact. She

tI! commendable/ attribute. Their good The B. H S. students thoroughly i Finally, after about three class will have her rosy cheeks applied t- ,
team work makes them hard to enjoyed a very Interesting'' Tem- meetings the senior class! decidedon with an electric needle. Permanent P

s beat and even Lake City's team perance program last Friday after its_motto colors and flowers.. waves will not carry a six V

w realized a fight was on hand.j .- noon. The program is an annual The motto is "No Victory Without months' guarantee, but will give a -

:j Florence McLendon.. s occurrence In our school Labor." The flower. Is pink rad- life time of service. 4At

The sportmonshlp exhibited this We are very glad to find that lanco roses. The colors are pink The young miss date will arriveIn -

i Tear by our Tornadoes is equal to we have so ,many! students who and green an aeroplane and land on' the

any varsity football team.-Ethel are able to preform on the stage We think everyone Is quite I roof.. When he blow his born she o rDA'

+ ; Griffin. i so'nicely and with so much ease pleased with the selections,. as we i will nochalantly don a reversible

4 Our boys have furnished us'' A spercb by Dr. Lowry of the have heard no serious complaints.! I parachute and sail upward to her $;

plenty of thrills so tar this season Presbyterian church was the main :AU the senior believe that they young Romeo. >Then they will fly ''
with their uncanny ability-in handling npeeca of the afternoon. He gave !showed excellent judgment In up to Mars where they will attenda ) ( REt\t1S +... #

the ball and with their out- r. talk on Temperance which made electing Ralph Cox president of the dance.' On their homeward jour ei +

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Boynton-Because- GraceviUe -. Work has startedon house. Some people think It coats 5
they remonstrated new highway I
\ News of Florida In Short Paragraphs with R. F. Williamson, villa and Chipley. between The construc-Grace- too much to run the appliance, but MAKING POLAR COLDrl

school principal for a whipping he tion camp Is located three miles it does not take much current to

.. allegedly gave their son, Frank, a south of GraceviUe and the road operate them. A vacuum clean-

pupil, Mr. and Mrs. Frank White- forces have started working from ur uses about as much current as !

hurst were fined $1 each in m:1Yor's : the camp towards town. There Is two 75 watt lamps, or about 1 .

1d LIVE STATE NEWS : court here. They were charged :a crew of convicts large enough to 1.2 ampherea. An 8, 10, or 12 Inch J''
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with disturbing the school principal's build about two miles per monthon fan does not take over 1 ampere.A II I

peace. the project at present. This toaster takes about as much as

Indicates that It will take about an iron, or about 023 to 552 watts. .If;.
Venice Selection of the site on eight months to build the entire And a washing machine takes 200 ,,"
ti TOLD BY OUR EXCHANGES I the Mlakka river near Venice as stretch from Chipley to the Alabama watts. Electricity is sold by the !
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A _ _ _ the location for the filming of all line, four miles above Grace- kilowatt. 1000 watts. fl,7, :
------ exterior scenes in the next RKO-i vllle. With the electric stoves you can !}!
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orlandoFlorida staple cropsbcloV '!a'ra lon of the camp were formulated I Pathe talking picture featuring,I put your dinner on, and set the 'ft'

1 tbose of last: year In proctioD at a meeting of the city Ann Harding has been approveJby OkeechobeeWhen it was found timer, and then forget about din I i 1;,

a volume, the local bureau,!council Hollywood, and the company that the deep peat of the muck- ner. :Cut the stove does not for- 'j,

1 Vetted states department of I will arrive here about Nov. 15 to lands was incapable of crop pro- get about dinner etaol ettoin nu ,'

li riculturo the announced. Pensacola The Presbytery of commence work. ductions the stato experiment sta- get, it cooks the meal, and at the ?

0 I Florida will tion at Belle Glade discovered that time you set the timer to stop it, d ar r
hold Its fall
Petersburg-Annual conven- meeting Orlando-An Innovation in market the soil could be made extremely It turns the current off. 4 t
t of. Florida State Dental so- at Orange, in Jackson county, No- information has been inaugu productive by the applications of It is easier to cook on an electric ? i f

h ?? of the held here November 12- vember 10. Ministers of Presby- rated this season of Florida citrus small quantities of chemicals, cop- stove for they are almost auto

'ety to expected be to bring 300 dents terian churches from that sectionof ,.fruits through the efforts of Commissioner per and maganeae sulphate. The matic.

Is all sections of Florida Florida embraced in the terri- of Agriculture Mayo in experiments reclaimed approximately Have at least two baseboard outlets -

t from the meeting. tory from Madison to Pensacola, making arrangements for his 2,000,000 acres of land, In each room, they should be
d attend will be expected to attend. highway guards, employed under which will compare with the richestin placed two or three inches above

I West Four carloads of the Green Fruit law to gather the world. Dr. William Newell, the floor in the baseboard. You can

,l Key borses have already gone. Fort Lauderdale-Fort Lauder- ':information of the movement of head of the plant board, is auth- plug the radio, electric clock, vac-

y e to Havana. This shows dale's largest private building citrus by truck.Sarasota ority for the above statements. uum cleaner, and fans in this outlet -

;r rough Miami's three tracks project since "the boom," the I I .- It is best to have a Pilot Lamp
despite I
d at some owners believe Cuba' $100,000 winter residence being With a glittering Fort Lauderdale-The Haulover In the outlet where you use the

p t least her share of racing enthu- built In Riviera for Col. J. Wesley gold tooth providing the only clew Canal, located near Aleenhuhst in Iron, this lamp shows a small red

t 1\1\ get this winter. [Pope, Cincinnati sportsman and toward a possible solution of the North Erevard/ county, and con- light when the iron Is turned on.

jiasts ---=-- capitalist, is nearing completion, mystery surrounding the discoveryof I necting the Indian river, and Mos Do your lights give good ser
du I Myers-Thomas A. Edison'st the contract calling-for its being a skeleton of a man in the quito Lagoon, will be improved In vice T If not call the electrician .
Fort southeast section of Sarasota of the vnd have to him to fix them. lie
InvcnUon--synthetic rubber- ready for occupancy by December the near future as part i! s
t incorporated Into a com.any county last week, Sheriff W. A. project of deepening the Cb.1noell has made a special study of decjtrlcity .

been which his two best friends Monticello Over 10,000 'con- ICeen: set about unraveling an enigma of the Boat Coast canal. This work I I I and he understands, them, "''
(In : that threatens to rival fron- no one except those who understands c,.... r, .._) ,,
federal
Firestone and Henry Ford, tainers of fruits, vegetables and will be done by the gov-I I .
ad larvey Edison's six children are part-, meats have been saved since January tier days in the west. ornment. The 1[aulove r canal iaj should attempt to work on F"TY'7"T.Ovr! .! nTlO tcmor! :'.'\rG Is produced by this man-made f

1 by 46 Jefferson county women now approximately 73 feet wide them, PS It is dangerous One : at the Ehv.-cyo:: Latjoi'ato.Iss.: Gloucactar, lliss. The' ', .
bers. I I who have been Sanford The Mayfair hotel,land varies In depth from seven to may say they can stand em ill hullo!::: c .cssor: >plays nn important: part In frosting:; porlahabte food 'f..
just reported
so flU:. 'IY! that thoy Uscp; their original fresh flavor and texture for
Sarasota Concluding Its laIrs I to Miss Ruby Drown, home demonstration I formerly the Forrest Lake Hotel, fifteen. When the Improvementwork shocks, but many, many times pea months in & harlllro&CIatate, 1'

for the October term of cart agent. Most of the women once the social center of the city is completed the canal will be ple have been hurt, and a few times I .. ..
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.u court here, the grand jury]]I are planning to use this food in the but in recent years closed to the 100 feet wide and will have a min- they have been killed. When a per- : )
ommended Judge Paul C. Albrlt- home. public, is now in the undisputed mum depth of eight feet. ion gets sick any one can give ('.ll power companies give a special: Hollywaad "': Construction started -

his stand In regard to slot possession of the city of Sanford, them a dose of medicine, such as rate, called a power rate to their on Kalian building foundation i ftt jon
on (I I
uuchines and went on record as] Fort Piercenew: saw mill :according to City Commissioner V Live Oak Suwannee countyhas t\n aspirin, but only a doctor! really customers who have motors to op- Boulevard lot.Dade ''''
A. Speer, Who, speaking before the seed of cro- knows what to give. The same .erate. This rate is usually about
posing the operation of the ma-'has' been established at White City an excellent crop I City Express cucumbershipments ,
club here thing is true here, most anyone one half of what you pay for lights.If .
members of the Klwanis Weather conditions have
hines In the community. and Is now in operation, employ- talaria. !I. t started out of this place. 'l
Ing 18 men and having a goodsizedlumber. declared that its opening may' be been Ideal for gathering and the can change fuses and bulbs but'. you live In the country :you can Jacksonville-Mrs. Willie Carfl\;

Sarasota When the Tin 'Can output. F. II. Conrad, expected'in the near future. "** quality of seed seems to be of the only an electrician knows what to 'have electricity too, there are sev- rett leased Lee-Jackson hotel on, ;f'-'*
do when the trouble is real bad. eral the currentout
tourist convention assembles hereLarly formerly of Fellsmere, Is the owner best. Farmers growing this crop ways you can get Kings: avenue In South Jackson :t:
Crestview -The "sample.house" time well pleased When a fuse burns out, and you to your home. You can havea' ville. (
In the new year, it will find ot the mill which Is located east for the first are :
(the municipal camp in apple pie or- of the new Dixie highway off Midway being constructed by the Evans with it, and In many cases have ex- lo not know what size to place home power plant instilled In Winter Park .About 225: cam
back In its place, call the electricIan your home. The Delco Light is a '
er. Definite plans for the prep- Lumber company, on the Laurel pressed themselves as desiring to citrus fruits moved during recent \
Hill highway; north of Crestview, work it Into their cropping system. and find out-Never put pen- good home plant, you can have week, which marks beginning ot
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,- is attracting a number of people to help shade and rebuild their [nies under the fuses! What would I any size you want, but be sure you 1031-32 citrus season, according* 1:

Interested in home building. Over lands, which under the "lay out- happen if the safety valve on a get one that Is large- enough- to to Florida Citrus Exchange. II:

Mora to play Bridge Sunday a number of cars from out system aa practiced here are al '1te m boiler was fastened down,' burn several lights at the same Tallahassee State purchased ,

of town drove over to Crestview to lowed to grow weeds, and often and too much steam generated? time supply current to a toasteror city block here as site for .new r'tr

1III//////d'/ 2 AUCTIONCONTRACT Inspect the new construction. It }la are left exposed to hot sun during It would break out at the weakest I Iron. Most of the home light state building. .
4tu[ The thing holds true plants are direct current plants and
same
planned to have a two-day program summer, which burns up organic place. Okeechobee Local airport and '
as soon as the house Is completed matter under such exposure. with the wiring In your house. A they will not operate your automatic landing field Improved. ':J.
. I and furnished. fuse Is a safety valve for electric Iron. If you live by a small DeLand Installation of autoVi F t

Greenville-The Andrews hole ity. A number 14 B and S guage. stream you could have It run a matic stoker at Wisconsin avenue).4:t

:4i5' Joy Wynne" Ferguson I DeLand :Twenty five hundred which has Just been redecoratedand rubber,covered, copper wire Is not small generator and supply your school here, at cost of approximately 'l

:automoiMea bearing out of state refurnished, presents a beautiful i supposed to carry over 15 amperes. 'power. Borne plants have storage $OM, authorized by Volusla T V.O,
j Author of 'PRACTICAL .AUCTION BR1DCB license tags have passed the cor- appearance and is one of the Most all branch circuits are made batteries to keep a supply of current county school board. \!4,
I with No. 14 wire, so don't put a stored BO It will be ready when '
ner of North Woodland boulevard most up to date and sanitary ] UUmatilla!: Packing Ox, T
Copyright. 1931.by Hoyle. Jr. and Indiana.avenue in DeLand this places to be found in north cen- fuso on a branch circuit If it has you need It, and some plants haveto plant extensively repaired in readiness -ili
to "au- 0 anterior 1 rating of over 15 amperes to do run all the time you are using for
season, according a unique tral Florida. The entire season. +:
ARTICLE No. 3 to thermometer" which E. F. Kline of the hotel has been redecoratedand so may cause trouble. I the current. I: prefer the ones that 1 1 1
A question that often comes up is, do not use a storage battery
In what way does this expert differ is just as difficult to go game at clubsas has been keeping. The "mercury"In the walls finished Intwo-tone 1
"What kind of a refrigerator do ;because the battery has to be looked
the
reached with the
from any other auction player Haste in diamonds.There would be nothing the thermomenter enamel which harmonizes I
more imagination,,more courage, to gain by such tactics so Y must ba ceiling Saturday night when 382 new furniture and fixtures thru- you think Is the best?" The electric I after and repaired, and then, COFFINS & CASKETS 'sk,

i hole reviurcetuliMsa, more orlitinalit'i'What prepared for a heart or spade bid. Z cars has passed through town from out the entire place.: Two floors Is of course the best. I like too, they cost more than the plants And. Full Line of J/e. '
I particular quality makes him therefore, bid two spades. A passed andY practically every state In the Union have been all ,surfaced, polished the refrigerator because of the up- I without the batteries. .
| Hand out among his fellows? If there i* bid three diamonds. B passed and Z natural wood color keep on them is cheaper ThereTO When an electrician comes to do Undertaker Supplies
the Sun says. and stained In !
anything that we don't understand, we was now certain that Y was hoping fora several makes of electric refrigerators some work for you, ask him If his ,
dually subject it to a clone examination heart bid so bid three hearts with the presenting a pretty appearance, 6+"
and all of them have ,work will pass Inspection. If he AUTOMOIIIMC! .u.\It'l: ,
and analysis, to let' do the same with greatest assurance in the wcrld. All DeFunlak Springs The test and the whole effect harmonizesand
good points, some have the Cold saya o. k. But If he that Al .,. .. It.....
the Let him under drilled DeFun- effect. The yes says >% Tli lintMerttr
expert. UII place the Y's hand follows well near
passed. was a* : oil being forms a pretty
microscope and let its lens magnify his down to a recovered Control and Borne do not, some, he does not know-got some one III V*. !....... ..rli>...
iak Springs Is now have all been
tactics. Let us observe and analyze his Hearts K, 8,6,4 of 3,720 feet. The drill is porches down, and Mr. have special features that others do elm to do the work for you. Bad .....-'.! attention t" ..rlran.ya1tnUua'rkun11
depth and new floors put .. .
bidding and Clubs 7 : not. When electric wiring will Insurance to r lr
play. -J, In "Selma necessarily you hive your cause your
be still
The following hand is illustrative of Diamonds- Q,J, 9, 7, 2 reported to and Mrs. Andrews are refrigerator Installed, have a power be higher. RMIIAl.ttKH
the writer's contention that, in the Spades- 6, 4 Ehalo", but the drillers confidently proud of their practically new home
language\: of sport, the expert "has expect to reach the "Eutaw forma- .which Is a credit to the city of service put in, so you can run DEWITT C. JONES ;
everything." At hearts Z made four odd During the the refrigerator cheaper, you can Palmetto City council author-
losing tion in a abort time. Greenville and community. I NTI11r IA. VI.OMIII
only one heart, one club and one spade past week there were many distinguished . also operate all other motor driven ized purchase of new garbage I
trick. At diamonds machinery with less cost. Almost truck. s4L1
the result would visitors at the scene of IN TilE HOME
t 'Y 2 have been the same, so the expert's ELECTRICITY s
tAD t imagination and clear analysis of his the drilling operations, including 1-
I Z t partner' bidding gave him a game not Governor and :Mrs. Doyle E. Carl- (By Kirk P. Dekle.)

otherwise possible. How many player* ton. First, let us find out when electricity -
Heart*-A, 10, 9, 7 would have bid this hand like the was discovered. This dates

Clubs-Q expert? Sarasota-Action of the city about 2500 years. A Greek
Diamond*-A, K, 10,5 At Contract,the bidding would have the back
to permit that
by
Spades- K, 0 8, 7 been the same up to Z'. three-heart council In voting named males discovered
bid. His partner, Y, would then have operation of slot machines in Sar- rubbing a piece of amber with a ,
No score. rubber game. The expert, bid four hearts. asota for a period of six monthsIn I woolen cloth would cause It to at- ,'

2,dealt and bid one diamond,a perfect The foregoing hand was not selected the year was scored from the tract small bits of paper. This f' ,1r'..
umpla of the four-card suit bid in aa unusual but only a* representative bench here by Circuit Judge PaulC. is one kind of electricity. The word
preference to the no trump.The singleton of the margin of superiority that the Albritton in his charge to the comes from the Green I IIt
club is a danger spot in no trump expert has over the average player. To electricity
because a good player with a setup excel at Auction and Contract, as in grand Jury. Criticising the council word Electron, meaning Amber. iii,
dub suit and the lead would pan the any other game,the expert mug "have ,severely for Its action Judge Al- From the time males discovered ;
110 trump. In this hand said "the council has no has been many -s4 FETk fl."
particular A everything. must be able tc do the I britton electricity there 'iti"
the had a six-card club suit and his partner right thing at the right time and it is ,more right to legalize the operationof changes In the ways we use It. Dr. .

bid Bell by Z of spades, so that a no trump this quality that is most strongly evident slot machines than it has tolegalize Gilbert, Ohm Volta, and Franklin .., :
would have failed to make m the hand given. It sei-m
may crime of homicide. to use It. (
the the : ways
contract by one trick. Z, however,. easy and the expert's play and bidding discovered many ;
possessed the first requisite of the the natural thing to do, but how many Had it not been for Bell we may ,
expert: good judgment: he bid one player could l honestly say that in I Bonifay Rev. W. H. McIntosh not have had the telephone, this we (,Ii' damond.! A passed and Y bid two actual play they would have done the shows a fine sample stock of a. use every day. several times a day. hit J
Diamonds to give his partner another same? If they can, they are in the class new immune variety of sugar cane. The Westinghouse Electric and When you a straight, smooth, strip of :;

chance had: to do to bid. B passed and Z now of the expert. If not, they still have It is a resistant to Mosaic disease Manufacturing Company tells us road, the natural impulse is to "step on It" ,
little I.
two diamonds a Indicated thinking.a willingness Y's bid of We something cannot to all which be experts to look, but forward.we can Is red stalked like old fash- there are over 7500 uses of electricity but the question is Can you speed up the i f.t

on his part:! to have Z bid ioned red cane, tastes about the many of them In the home. ,
This another suit. aU improve our game by analyzing the proper feeling of security? Can you go 60- +
suit could *be either clubs, heart.: expert's methods and profiting thereby. same, but the stalks are more Here are the names of a few of
Clt'llpades. I Put the expert "Under: the Len." at slender.. The variety is know asP very useful household appliances, 70 or even 80 on your present equipment' ''it

would not bid two d that merely ; every opportunity and you cannot I elp O. J. 213, and has been bred iron, toaster, fan. heater, vacuum If not, it is time to change over to Pennsyl' w:
to but benefit. Another example will be as an immune 'air' purifiers and small
bum the government vania
a dub bid from him because by cleaner Safety. $
it given in a later article. ( .
this section for Wtchens.
In
It is rare and polishers
variety. grinders
Solution to,Last Week' Problem only- two and a belt acre_u tracts :,A. few_ years_ u_ ago' the WA..v..v.i_AwrlfA did There is long mileage In these fine, hIgh. $f

Club I-Iearta-K. 8, 7, 3,2 are Mr.grown McIntosh., one of which belongsto .not It meant like to a see bard washday days' come work, for for quality tires real riding comfort-and lonjj-" gip; '

*-noneDiamond uninterrupted service.
today
it U for them
them, but easy
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none
llesrts Spades-A, 10 Lake Worth-From early morning now she Just puts the clothesIn I- Srt1t15lb. Pennsylvania Tires are designed especially' A"
-Q 8 Heart.-9.5 dark Wednesday the shoreline washing machine, snaps the
Clubs-.K.4.: until the for the revolutionary advance in design and( :
Diamonds i t' Y t Cluba-8,7 was lined from North Lake switch, and In a short time they I J w
SPsdaQ-none I A- D t Diamond- 10, 4,3 Worth inlet in Palm Beach to the are clean, then she can dry them In speed of today's powerful automobiles. ,t.

I Z i Spades-:none South Inlet at Boynton, with ardent ,. the same. machine, then they are tik
'
Hearts anglers hauling In the blue- ready to be Ironed this is an easy Pennsylvanias have kept pace with the :
none
Clubs-A, Q, 5 nab by the thousands. The fishing matter, too. Some have Ironing times and are constructed with one fund"lt,, ,,,

Diamond.none reached IU height In the afternoon machines and some have the reg- mental thought Greater Safety For You. l,

Spade*-9, S; ., 2, when the hungry hordes, following ular electric irons .
There mullet ever been- in a- bons. Come in today or tomorrow accept our .
are schools Zinger Have you ,
lead no trumps and Z is ln the all l of Y' card. are good. If he then i f U an
How can YZ wu from the open sea, biting at every that smelled old and stale allowance on old tires and equip
*MV > five of the lead a club, all of Z's card. are food, totalled in your your ,::
SOtWtOa again any defense?' discarding the ace of spades as before.b kind of bait In sight. Single catches air purifier had been car with Safety.Pennsylvania.
IpadOl. : Z should lead the deuce of ( ) Suppose A lead. a low club at of 100 and over were not uncom- there It would have had the air l'
.hould! A must play the queen and Y trick No. 2.Y should discard the ace of mon." smelling pur and sweet. You can
:0 win play the ten. thus allowing A spade and thus all of Z'*cards become or these purifiers that can
one
the
trick. B should discard the the five of clubs at the end. get '
Tires
except Protectionof the house, some
of Beach about In
food Palm
club. West carried
two A now has the choice of cases, therefore Y Z must win them ,
lead.: (a) He rich Everglades land againstthe of them have fans built In
!I lead tricks
heart against
(w) a dub may a. or five of the seven any aboutall
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Is of the greatest the air moving
defense. ravages of fire the fan keeps
irt( ). Suppose 11 A deride' to lead a Foist Solution: Suppose Y win the Importance to this region. Dr. the time. Some kitchens have J 1 t

Should be lead. the M of hearts' Y first spade trick. tie must then lead Wilmon Newell, bead of the de- ,exhaust fans built In the walls, the s
deuce 0'play the kill'and lead back the heart. If he lead a low heart, B will of agriculture of the fan carries all odors of the kitchenout.
hear Service
theM trieka :.,which A must win.On win the trick with the nine and make partment of Florida and the state Courtesy Station f
dubl Z'1IOUkJ discard the five of his diamond If Y lead the king of University
club to
sweep
obliged and the tour of apad_ A i.thus heart. A should play the queen and plant board told the Rotary I Do you still WIll broom l
Clnee" ilt toY lead a dub up to the ace thus enable B to win the second heart In an a4dr.... Research of the I the house with' Why not get a D. A. Montieth {
dubs, Z'. band, On the lust lead of trick. Played in this way Y Z can only. state experiment stations in solving I vacuum cleaner? It will be almost Prop. Phone 13 i :
el'wa ahouJd diacam the ace of win three trick problems of farming was discussed no work at all for you to keep the ,
I9Cd. If and.t th... all 01 r. cards an This i*a good example of aot snowing by the speaker, who said house wept with a vacuum cleaner. : Starke Florida'l
qUIet 01 trick Na 2, A Lade the 'a opponent to force the lead in one s that the flre problem was the only even it you haw several cbU- ,
lee it ItoIcI hand s. doiag one or nor 'I.pp
th.aYlads ) m the I.
trick. dirt
and
solve.
ISA aaotIIw Mat. trick whenbe att. I one which they could aot i dren who track sand -









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_ 1D mem 0KADroitO COUNT. VELKGBAFH.: StARIOB.: STLOKIUA nmAl" ';
__ -___ ___ ___ __ __ Nov. ,
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I .1 I''!"' WOMAN'S CLUB CARNIVAL hair on a dummy's head, and could midnight oil. ---
,} .' DELIGHTFUL *FFAHI' remove rust from nails. So you The Tornadoes.. playing fine.
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: ; .t.,. can Imagine grannies constitution. We had a one session Monday.
i ,, I'' A large number enjoyed the -i i C'

I1t\ IJJ : : 'PSUciEtv1 Hallowe'en carnival given Friday Red put the soup In a glass bottle LOST AND FOUND Save The Difference

evening: at the club house under because It would eat up the tin, -

the auspices of the finance depart pall and started across: the swamp.I .I Lost-Three colds. Finder please
ment of the club. believed she walked, so she rode
The club bouse was attractively i a bicycle. Oh I she made a touch return to owners respectively, We deliver article
f Miriam Jacobs: Beverly Cady and any no
American.Legion Party to Be Held decorated In keeping with the occasion down, my mistake. The trees were matter ho
& 'IJ Melba SUcox.'FoundA small where in Starke.
:;
i the color scheme of yellow so thick I coUldn't. see her. Well any Mail orders r'W

1: :, \ ,. Friday. Evening in New QuartersThe and The black costume being parade carried was out.held In I Ing anyway through we know the'she swamp started In walk-hopes the owner please few ask stray Mary words.Brown-Will ceive prompt attention. Add I lOc postal; !

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lee for information
{ i..t ;j',' The memoirs of the JonesLangfordWhite'Post in the hospital: that his family in the .auditorium, and prizes award- later to bum a ride. Then all of to the amount of your order.
: ut t ': i 'I''&&k 1"? :American LegIon -, his absence will be taken care of ed Gloria Buford and OUxma a sudden 'around the'corner of the Found-One dime; you may redeem -.

: Ilk ", ) : and their' wives, will b6 entertained by the Legion's welfare fund, if Haynes, Jr.Helping block she ran Into a flatfoot so same if you can prove rightful

I J'b, $ ,t.t'' ul:', )1':1: Friday' ''evening at eight necessary; that the entire benefitsof to make this affair a It's a policeman, &bfo rm sure It's ownership tt the person who These Prices Good for

:1, t '(' 'J 1 ,H t.1W" o'clock at the .Legion's new quarters r the World War Veterans act success were donations from old Brer Wolf out walking the I found It.LostOne. Friday and

I; It p1y ;, r !, ,, in Starke by the.local unit of may be secured through the services -'Mitchell's Drug Store Canova dog. Well, when Brer Wolf saw bright remark by

iJ iJ, 1, ; ,j! ,t '1JIl!.c the American Legion Auxiliary. of an organization.'financed Pharmacy, Corpening's DrugStore Red he was curious as to what .Lester Roblnaon.,Finder may keep
'':' ) . "K; Ll \ The American Legion member and directed by fellow veterans; S. R. Johns. Andrew. Store she was doing In'main street.. .same for own private collection, Saturday-Cash Only
: I"I t 1 drive started that.In and Foremost Ice Cream he sOl if he has one he wants to exchange
J-F :,,: 'T1 i \ ship ,which November -. : case of death, everythingrrom Company. said, "Hello Red ole top
- 4th will end Nov. 11th. During Duriai expense to tombstone\ .your' oaw and maw? with former owner.

!) 1J I this week all veterans of the can .be secured. through the Leg- MADISON\ STREET GARDEN. "Tired a----fiddle without Lost Three ladies handker I 1.20 Caldwell'* Syrup Pepsin
World Warare receiving their IriTltation CLUB TO MEET strings," replied Red as she strut- chiefs. Will the person who fade _____ 84c
to become members of Ion.A roster is .nn's these please return them to Ralph 60c Cl.) Syrup Figs
large ted 'Til be Gr
t; being preparedby on. seeing: you, --------"___ 39c69C
the Jones-LangfordVWhite Post, the Auxiliary to. be placed In :The Madison Street Garden Club done gone and took sick, so r have Cox? $1.10 Miller's Herb Juice
b t No. 56, the American Legion. the Legion quarters 'on. this. occasion. will meet at the home of Its new to; hurry up with the soup." Ole S ----______
SAY IT AGAIN 60c Forhan's Tooth
1, There are at least 200 veterans Veterans who desire to president, Mrs.' E., K. Perryman, Brer Wolf could hardly believe his Paste -- __ 39c34c
th: 2 la Bradford and Union counties I Join the post without waiting for Thursday, Nov. 12th at 3:30: ars, he turned ;around hailed a SOc Pepsodent.& Ipana Tooth Paste"
: "Can fix dose
1 who are eligible for UleUlbershlD.1 solicitation are urged to'place their o'clock. All members are urged to taxi and beat it to grann's house. Ralph you me a

; and It .Is membership .in the hands of the be present to perfect plans for the, When he arrived he yelled, "Ice of castor oil that you can't drink taste this" $1.00 Coty Face Powder, all shades I 79c74c

i rt1: year's roster"will Include every membership committee: ,CaptainA. new year's work.CHRISTIAN .man." soda Eldredge while: "Sure just $1 Evening: In Paris Face Powder II
;i .JLW eligible. I J. Thomas L. D. ,Vlnlng or Granny replied. ."Two bits you're" waiting-now, .

The American, Legion offers to Floyd Green, post adjutant.. ENDEAVOR worth." ,', bn /anything,else? $1 Evening in Paris Perfume50c ___ 74c
"Sure the castor oiL"
Ralph:
c the veteran a greater servIcethu The entertainment for Friday HAVE] HALLOWE'EN PARTY "Okehshouted rtbe".wolf as he 666 I ""
,
+ 1 can any other fraternal or evening consists membership opened the door aod went In. There Eldredge: "But you Just drank ? - ------.;.---_ __ . 34c

1 q ganization might- Join. That contest, music interesting games The Christian Endeavor gave a was granny reading a True Story. t"Ralph: "Wow! But It for 50c Jergen's Lotion -----________._ 36c17c
y-i1 through the Legion, a veteran may stunts, reading war songs and Hallowe'en party Thursday evening I She had a Havana.Special in her was my 25c J. & J. Talcum

J W I receive medical earer at home;pr ""."l'ln 1.I at the home of Mr. and. Mrs. 'mouth. ., The wolf grabbed granny mother. Baby ---_______
.1 I : Iit i. __ and swallowed her whole (whatta 25c Ba? *.k Draught
nn H. H.
' nnun Young. Resale ------_________ 17c
;: \;: :: } :I' "Why don't Scotchmen
; wolf. In few mlutes Red landed -
\ ) a
The house deco-
I'.liW L; !pi:,: Bridge i ..Party Given.by}Mr. and Mrs. L. D. rated In a color was scheme beautifully! of orange, In'and the front turned yard off in the her switch auto- wear Lester rubber; "Ha heels! hal?".-because. they I 50c 60c Milk Magnesia, pt. --_______.__ 34c29c

blackand white, with Jack o'lan- gyro Rubbing Alcohol
; j il! : : Vining Thursday Evening at Their Home terns. black cats 'and witches. She drained the 'soup out of the give." I I 3 Boxes Kotex pt. -_________

radiator, because It hid turned _____
The guests were all bright colored : -------,-- ___ 89c33c
A gay ,decorative note of the Affording much merriment of the masquerades. Several clever cold on the way over. She punch Miss .Florence: ""Was Longlel-// 50c Ingrain's Shaving Cream tube
_; Hallowe'en
1ffli I'I'i"i" mall detail.by Mr-'.and! Mrs. L. D.Vlnlng correspondent cards written by participated with much pleasure. smiled when she'heard the kettle Minnehaha Patsy: "Yes?" didn't jar - :... .-.. -------___________
each one present to Mrs.. O. L.
At the close of the evening, hot ring. $1.25 Creomulsion
\\i Thursday evening when Beasley on a subject of particular chocolato with sandwiches was "Who goes there," shouted the ___.-.______ 84c
.
; 2 ; they entertained a number of their Interest to her. These cards were I served thirtytwolesta, wolf imitating granny's voice. Teacher: "Can anyone in the $1.50 yr. guaranteed'Fountain
I
I : llW' friends with,a bridge party. sent to Tampa to Mrs. Beasley "FrIend" replied Red. class tell! me why an Indian wears -

I Oflil1U i The party rooms* where the' who has been'111 for several weeks. CIRCLES OF" BAPTIST "What's the pass word'" said feathers, In his hair'?". I Syringe - ____-...__________ 69c

c'l'. l guests were entertained were decorated and unable to meet with her club. W. M. S. TO, MEET the wolf, 'f lff ;. r. Beverly: "Yes'm. 1.keep his 65c Ponds Cold Cream _______-___ 44c37c

: I : In (al).flowers in shades of The hostess at the close of the ."I dunno" replied Red. I wlgwarm. . All SOc Razor Blades
J 'N ':yellow and gold and the tallied. 'and evening served hot chocolate and All circles of the Baptist.W. ]..I. "Neither do L Pftaa/!:replied the _____________

i i table markers ,were .ornamented: : sandwiches to the following guests S. will meet Monday afternoon woU'. ef-.:. Resale': "What. .Is the'.difference* 25c Listerine Tooth Paste _________ 17c
19IIIIf' ;, with weired figures of maglo in who were; Mr. .and Mrs. N. Stern- 3 o'clock. Circle No. 1 will meet So Red went la and'saw granny between a grass widow ,and a

d keeping the.occaslon... berg, Dr. and Mrs. H. B. McLen- at the home of Mrs: O. H. Bennett; lying on the bed. . grass hopper"

,;. Prizes for Ixlgh'scores were given don Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Montleth Circle No. '2 at the home of Mrs. "Oh granny what a big nose you Cleo: "Dunno." We Fill
'"A Mrs. S rnberg and Mr. Be"" Miss Madge Mlddleton Miss Mabel L. a. Powell and Circle No. 3 will have," exclaimed Red. Resale: Nothing, they both Jumpat any Doctor's PrescriptionsThis

ley, and 16w*score prizes went to Weller, Mr. O. L. Beasley and'Mr. meet with Mrs. O. P. Raymond. "The better to 'smell the soup the first chance.""

,Mr )4'cr.Andpn! and Mr. Sternberg.J; r. J. Trubv S my dear," replied the wolf. I
IIIIII!."" WOMAN'S CLUB OF. STARKETO "Oh granny, what big ears your Lester: "Boy" I sure am mad at list does not include all the attractive

J I Itl MEET have." exclaimed Red. my brother. prices that we have to offer. We also have
Mr. arid Mrs. C. A. Knight Give Party to "The better to hear you my Ortho: Why

The regular business and social dear," replied Red. Lester: "He stepped on my pipe" reduced prices on many articles throughthe
M'dmbers of Their Bridge ClubThe I meeting of the Woman's Club will "But granny what big teeth you Ortho: "Mad over such a little week.-

be held Wednesday afternoon. 3 have," exclaimed Red. thing as that? By the way,
home ef Mr. and Mrs. C. rwarded :Mrs. R. F. Demorest and,:o'clock. Each member is requested I "The better to eat you with my was it that old red corncob pipe'"

,:A. Knight was the scene of a delightful I Judge A. Z. Adklns for holding to come prepared to pay club dear," replied the wolf,' jumping Lester: "No, it was my wind-
high scores.. The hostess served a dues If pipe." Canova
affair Thursday evening, possible.The out of bed and starting a flying PharmacyPhone
; sweet course to the guests. hostess committee is :Mrs. tackle at Red. *' -

I when they entertained members ,. Enjoying\ Mr. and Mrs. Knight's Edward Hums, Mrs. L., A. Davis, "So that's the way the water", :Miss Florence: "How is it that:

of. their club at bridge. hospitality were Mr. and Mrs. R. Mrs. T. T. Long, Mrs. L. II. Hill, I replied Red giVIng! the wolf a you have only written ten lines on 160
The large living room was eff F. Demorest, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. :Mrs.'C. F. Hoover, Mrs. T. J. Alderman one-two punch In 1KB solar plexls. Milk": and the others have writ I Always Reliable Starke

''w ;! f t fectlvely: decorated..With,,quanU, /! .Robinson, Mr.,and Mrs. II. C. Wall, and Mrs. W, E. Middleton., i Oh they are In a hudll1 f now thereIn ten pages?" ,
tiat, ";,,ties of lovely radlaaae......4 At 'Judge and Mra.,.A. Z.: Adklns. Mr. the line "he's up" he's up, now Louise:i"I wrote..on "Condensed --,-- .. -
'i U, the conclusion of several progressions and Mrs. W. M. Wainwright and they're in" a cHnchvnowthey're Milk."
of i the gTne- prizes were Mr" B"Mi John. Too Bad WE WE
J;., , i,_,. , , ,, SCHOOLNEWS out the' gongs blows,for the first Henry M.S: Yes there PIANOS
" " "
quarter. The wolf rushes back at Cleo: ,"You, surely think you are' was a free TUNE RENTCable.WnrUtzerMattnuhk
Red, Red becoming tired of fighting good-looking don't you t" : for all fight' at the football .game.
Circles of the Woman's'Missionary H. S. seniors and faculty. This yeUed.' "Help n 'police Boy Ben: "Well, no, but what Is my last Friday.
person was among those present, opinion against that of hundreds of Paul R.: Oh me, and the worst
i Meet Afternoon along with a brilliant senior-no Scouts and Campfire Girls. A ot it is New Studio Models, $39.1
.f Society Monday with his banana cart women? part that I wasn't there. I
other than :Miss Evelyn Stump. dago, was A. W. and PauL Rebuilt Pianos, guaranteed, $85
at the moment :and he
I going by
smtlt
\, Circles of the Woman's Missionary Mrs. L. A. Davis, Mrs. r... S. Mat heard her pleaa for assistance, so Mrs. Long: "I want some one Large stock to select from. A
"i Society of Methodist church thews and Miss Dorothy Smith. The B. II. S. football team occupied In he rushed, no, I menu he rushed to give me a sentence with the Dumb deposit sends one home

"l I: I met Monday afternoon and held During the social period Miss Dorothy a place of honor at the In the house with the banana cart. word fascinate'in it?" Coach: Are you sure you know WE TUNE PIANOS

I t'i .their November circles meetings. Smith gave a pleasing read- home-coming game Saturday, because in one'hand banana knife in the Dot R.: "I have nine buttons that 31 play Write or phone for our tuner

c f 1.Mra.. A, Z. Adklns was hostess Ing.The they got In free along with other no I mean a stalk of bananas and can only fasten. eight. Ben S.: What 31 play We guarantee Satisfaction
the state.
football teams of
\ i to the Noble White Circle, and the Harriet Peek Circle was entertained other and the knife in the other hand. A. W. and PauL
i ''meeting was presided over by the by Mrs. Pearl Snyder and The wolfs back was turned on the Head First THE MILLER CO.

circle leader;Mrs. W. E. Mlddleton. Mrs. L. D. Green, at the home of I, There were quite a few old"grada" banana salesman, so the street car Dad (to son): "Are you first in STARKE LOSES TO LAKE Stores-Gainesville and OcaU

.. Pink radiance roses added to the the former. The circle leader, Mrs. there too. Among them conductor stuck the.knife in the' anything at school CITY HIGH FRIDAY 20-0

.\'I;.!charm: of .the' rooms where the A. Wood, directed an interesting were Hazel Adklns.; "Gator" In- wolfs neck, when the Salvation i Edwin 'T.: "No, but rm always

;1-f guests were seated. Miss" Amelia program. It was reported at both Kendrick man, Annie Louis Mae Hill Pearce Jr. Estelle army' band played the. stirring I first out of It." First Quarter DR. R. W. )IAIITIN1

r', Ray conducted the devotional, the circles that the society had pur. march,. "I'm stuck OB,you." After Matheny starts the game by
.; subject being prayer 'for others. chased a stove for the living room the mule skinner stuck the knifein Hard boiled waitress: "Whatcha kicking off to Lake City. It is a I DENTIST

\ Mrs. J. W. White reviewed the leaf.I at the parsonage the money being Of course you know that one of the wolf he walked all around want?" fair kick and Lake City makes a Phone 33 Hours: 9 to S
; ,let .on our churches In foreign contributed by the members. The n.: 1!. S. Alumni was a sponsor for him. The wolf saw him and laughed. Grouchy customer: "A couple of good return placing the ball in the Store

'If. fields, and was followed by Mrs.I hostesses; served delicious hot Georgia That attractive person .. The toreador laughed, too, eggs." Tornado territory. Over Corpening's Drug

I, L. ,A. Davia who talked on the chocolate with whipped cream and was Miss Dora Manning who graduated and said.. "Shake yourself hotshot I li. B. W.i "How you want'em" Lake City has the balL The fullback -_

\i women of our church In Korea. wafers to the following members: here last year. and see who the laugh's on." C. C.: "Just like you are." takes the.ball and goes thru stake;:
.11 Mrs. Adklna served hot tea and nut Mrs. 'T. J. Griffin Mrs. W. B. The wolf did as the carpenter told, the line for a touchdown. They it connects for 12 yards.
.f cookies to the following guests: Parks, Mrs. A. Wood, Mrs. J. F. Lolselle Turner went to Jacksonville : him and his head fell off much to. What He learned: fall to make the extra point try receives a 5 yard penalty In next

1 :,Mrs. W. :E. Mlddleton Mrs..J. W Colley :Mrs. A. W. Anderson, Mrs. Saturday-at least she was the surprise of Merto-Gnldwyn I Mother: "What: did mama's boy ;mop kicking. j play for offsides. Fullback niu
: /5'Wb1te Mrs. J. J. Canova, Miss Grace Richardson, Mra. L. S. Hut. different from the rest of us. and Paramount, and to the disgust . learn today In school'" Lako City kicks off to Cox, who line but falls to'gain. Halfback

}"("Amell-x Ray. Mrs. Hogan Smith to and( Mrs. H. A. Dew. of RICO When the wolfs S. R. Johns: "I learned two boys la tackled in his own territory. E. makes 10 yards through line. Halfback
,&. Beverly made her weekly trip Robinson makes 6 wide fumbles it rolls to 3 yard line
in
head feu off granny stuck her head not to call me a mama's boy. : yards a
p to Lawtey last Sunday. end run. Matheny hits line for 2 I and Cox recovers for Starke.
out and said "Hello Red how do
.
- 1.f!1!MRS. ANDREWS HOSTESS Mrs. W. E. Torode Miss Madgo their *
Heroes All yards. Matheny loses 3 at Starke baa the ball on
yards
'
coat"?
J.fTO U. D. C. CHAPTER Mlddleton. Mrs. Effle Miner and Patsy made her week-end visit you like my new fur which l la II
Mrs. O. L Haynes. to I Good.night boys and girls of radio "The rapidly increasing divorce I try at line. Matheny punts it is yard line. Matheny punts
Ml' \i Hugh Sunday. rate remarked Bill Indicates :a fair kick. Lake City bring the bad kick.
land. This Is Less Robinson In ,
J;c The W. T. Weeks Chapter, U. D. C I ill
ball
_ _ his series of bedtime stories. Ladies that America Is indeed becoming ball into Starke's territory Lake City has the
,
;.+ C., met Wednesday afternoon at LESLIE] BIGGS IS GIVEN :Miriam Jacobs visited Gainesvilla : and gentlemen have have the land of the free. i Fullback makes 3 yards throughthe Starko's territory. Fullback mallei

t/,. _ 1 the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. W SURPRISE} BIRTHDAY PARTY Saturday be and enjoyed all that I just listened to Less Robinson and "Yes" replied Martha, "but the; line. Fullback makes a long 6 yards through the line. FullbaCk W
could I
;'.'Andrew Jr.: and was charmingly TUESDAY EVENING enjoyed.There :his series of bedtime stories. He continued marriage: rate also suggests -, pass but it Is Incomplete. Fullback carries ball in a brilliant Hatfbac run

y, >entertained by the hostess. Pink will .appear again next, Friday that It .Is the home of the makes 2 yards in a wide end run. Starke's 1 yard line. :
crowd of Lake touch'down.
J
Mrs.' A. H. Harley a surprise was a large brave." Fullback punts. the line for a
gave goes through
If,radiance roses In bowls and baat night at milking time. <
V and In Starke Fri-t MB-
,. t {;'keta brightened the living room, party for Leslie Biggs Tues City attending-boys "-girls the B. H. S.-Lake - -.1 Starke has the ball down next Halfback makes
I
: ; /where(: a cheerful fire was burning day evening at his home In honor day .' Johnny (between -bobs): Mother,: to their goaL Cox bits line for 1 point. j..
\ of his. thirteenth City football game.STATION WHAT WOULD HAPPEN IF yard, followed Lake kicks off to E K
f,tia, the open fireplace. birthday. the teacher gave me a whipping i by Matheny who City
itt' .V. Mrs. A. :M. Darby retiring pr...-i Bright colored autumn flowers B. U. SoAt because: I was the only one in the! fumbles and Robinson recovers. Inson who is tackled In Starke"territory.
school
:: '. "".dent, presided over the meeting decked the rooms of the home for We had some hue-la.the ,.room who could answer her ques i Matheny punts. Matheny Is thrown! 'J i

___________ ; Mlas jMadgerMiddleton trans- this pleasant affair and a merry ; building TWe I 1 Lake City has the ball in Starke's a. yard loss. Cox loses 4 yaws
land the sound of the musical noteIt I. ru tion.Mother
didn't hear No. guess
: 'sActed: the;,duties of secretary. A time was had all In playing games will be exactly tater digging ," I (very Indignantly):: She, territory. Fullback attempts pass an end run. onhta-
4 _ detter was read from'Lenthall Wy and contests.At time." stay home and study tonight did! What was the question I but It is Incomplete. Halback attempts Time out for Starke. L. kl *- ,
man, chairman. George Washington the close of the evening. Mrs. There was a "rear.flre In town? Johnny:' She wanted to know long end run but Tyson son' punts and It Is a good *
L and of radio
Hello boys girls the *
served Ice cream and cake a false alarm seems to causequite who in her ink bottle.A. slips through and nails him balL Fullback m
_ L ", Bicentennial Committee from Harley world here we are back again but put glue for a Lake City' *
cut from the large birthday cake. a little disturbance.Ressie W. and PauLLong 6 yard loss. Fullback andIt line. Halfba
j ?'aurke, requesting, that a representative children Instead of songs. I have class while passes 3 yards through Lakt
looked at the
::' be appointed from the The young boat was the recipient Is good for 12 yards. Fullback: fails to gain around end.
: to tell The 1
I ft very funny story you. giving a current event for 1I01
'local chapter, U. D..C. The presl- of many lovely gifts. title la "Little Red Riding Hood." Way OK punts. City ls penalized 10 yards bill
: dent appointed Miss Amelia Ray Those present were: Misses Lois Everyone didn't say "Geer rm Man (In auto): Hey, how far .is Starke baa the ball in their"own cause. Halfback: fumbles ana
Once upon a time there was a to *"
___ freezing" or fOrm heating w
Long. Marjorie Stump, Dorothy it to Plkeville- territory. Matheny is thrown for 3 yard line
.f to serve on this. committee.Chapter girl called Red Riding Hood. Now : rolls to Starke's It.Starke' .
:: officers for the coming White. Lillian Sternberg", Martha Red was not a large girl. She was I I death V'Ralph Bob asked for Smart Alec: 24,006 miles the I a 5 yard loss when he runs at line. Cox make a Jump and recovers "
Evelyn, or '
Paul headed but If turn EX Robinson loses 3 their 3
I ;:year are as follows: Powell. Margery Whltley still In her teens (like Patsy for way you are you yards in slow ball on ya\'vre,
?
'I Powell Long, j help on solid geometry around It's only four miles.A. movement Cox fails to Lake City v
.! President. Mrs. :L 0. Powell; Raymond Billy Billy Instance.) Red lived by a big gain in Matheny punts. ysrdiI
The seniors bad
$ J:Vice-president, Mrs. Geo. C. White; Jimmy Peek and W. T. Weeks. swamp next to the Sahara Desert; EL' typed some SO privUeces'LouIse' words per W. and PauL a wide end run. While Cox was time out. Fullback makes 6 carrw.-
'" Middleton making this run he fell on the hard the Une. Fullback
-Was Madge ; through
8ecretary,
the sound of street cars drowned minute Hark Autoe I ihiif
.* 'HI Torode Hls'torlan. clay and was .knocked out. Ma- ball to Starke's 1 yard Jtoll2iC!
: Treasurer Mrs.W ; TIlE WOMAN'S AUXILIARYOF out everything except the hum of The Juniors worried ,about class Hark! hark! theny -
Mia Ethel Griff i Registrar PRESBYTERIAN TO MEET punts. back: .makes touchdown.
_ ; bar flys. Now across this swamp dues V. The dogs do bark! Lake
City has the balL Halfback makes extra point.
.. Miss OUve Ray. -- lived Red's who Rob-
was Just
granny Kltt3rdidn.t giggle? The autos are coming to town; &
makes 3 to
>4, The chapter will be entertained The Woman's Auxiliary of the out of her sixties. Granny has been Miss Myrtlce walked to school Some with pranks yards through the line. Lake City kicks off tilt
t4 December Halfback makes 2 yards throughthe Inson who .Is slow in grabbing,. .
:, ; the first Wednesday In Presbyterian church will hold sick and needed some soup very < And some with cranks ovnritory. ,
I, by Miss :Madge Middleton. their annual praise service at the badly. so> Red made some chicken BELIEVE IT OR NOT . And some are upside down. line and the fullback follows ball and Is tackled: In his yard
'! The hostess served dainty re- home of Mrs. Dover and Mrs. with a beautiful run of 12 yards. Matheny: los 1
: i. Mary soup out,, of the turtle meat left A. W. and.PauL In end TUit
j: } f.freahmenta of waters, hot chocolate T. N.,Kendrick. Tuesday evening, over from breakfast. Now, this Evelyn got three demerits last Lake_ Second .Quarter line. Cox loses 4 yards L. "Ij>.
out.
( 4 '. and whipped cream to the following Nov. ,lOth at 8 o'clock. soup had: to be just right or garnny month. W. T.: J. B., what Is hy&ieneT City starts the second Starke takes time has
'{ guests: Mrs. A. M.. 'Darby, Mra. R. S. Fernandez will have could:not drink It. When she We atm have M. O. S.. J. B.: Boy. you can't kid me. Hygiene quarter with the ball In their pos rnson punta ,Lake City Pu-

t (f j,Mr*. S. E. Brownlee, Mrs. J-. M.'Brownlee : charge.'Of the, program and ...the.ZunshtntfBags bad finished It. she analytzed It.tbVresult Miss Florence assigned a long .Is the name of a. town ir.New session Fullback and in Starke's territory.: ball in Starke's territory tbe
1 I: :Mrs. 'L., A. Davis; Mrs. : will be turned In at follows: It could run a,English.. IV lesson. York.- makes 1c yards through makes yards through. e' i

_ : ." ;; J. M. :Mitchell, MIa Amelia Ray, this time. .1 J motorcycle 110 miles per her grow Most: of the seniors are "burning A. W. and PauL In the end,line.run.Halfback Fullback loses 5 yards and Fullback Continued falls .to on gin Page i**"
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County High School. '
I Mrs. Wesley McRae and little r-aptlat church ex't Sunday morn- other daughter, Mrs O. L. HarrU-

Miss orb'ett BOATDRAIN son, John Edwin, are emending a ng and evening. OD.
Sibyl of F, S. W, Cat ... Next. Sunday October 8th from Mr. and"w.: .... L. L.
Tallahassee = .n. . E.w...... Cor. few days here with Mr. and Mrs. Bedenbaueb
was a guest at the
f' II. 0:33: a. m. to 11 a. m. the Baptist were transacting business ta
Bits () home of Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Ad ---- M. McRae.Mr. .
Sunday school will entertain the Starke this week.
kiss Friday while We are having M. L. Lewis is very sick.
evening, enrouti I prayer meetings Sunday ,
school teachers of all the, >
to Gainesville for home-comlnja: each afternoon and evening at the I We hope he will soon be well again.
China Grove church. Elder and Mrs. J. T. Barnes of I Sunday schools In town, and the Lake Worth Pineapple industry -

cal Nev day.Dr. Heilbronn were visiting friends In publio school teachers. being* Increased by planting'
We had services at the church this section Friday Mrs. Martin of OpP. Ala., arrived I of another 217,000 slips on 20-acre \.
and Mrs. C. F. ,
Sayles of Ml Sunday morning and: .evening: The and Is
Mr. Lester and iris here last Saturday the truest! tract south of here.
Miss
Business ond ami. after an extended visit in the I Brotherhood from Jacksonville e Crosby
.* Our People north are expected here this week. held services at the morning hour McRae were united in marriagelast NOT1CR

of the County and Town. enroute to their home In M' "n. Mrs. W. W. Coleman and son. Friday evening at the homo Notice le hereby given hut the following' dOKrrlb l....12" will be) eolJ
progress !:] of Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Gardiner. at public auotlon nn the FIRST MONDAY IN DErKMBEP. 11I11. It nnlne
While
here they will be the guests. Alva visited Mr. Moseley Sunday the 7th day e' said, month, before the oourthoune Door at Starkea Bradford .
M MSZS2511j2S5i of Mr. and Mrs. E. Ferryman, at Lawtey. W. wish them much happiness. county !State! of Florida. or no much thereof a* will be neeeneanr.
57yZ52SZS''''Z5,52525Zr25S.5c525Z5252575d5aMrs. e to pay the amount due for last aet opposite the.. ""me.J.to..U... ... with
Mrs. F H Coleman'visited U, U the coat of such sale and advertising C. A. ICN1OHT Tax Collector.'
REPORT T. J. Griffin and :Mrs. H. C. Miss Mona Alderman and Mist, Lee Sunday. C .....-

tTfER- lltch -motored to Jacksonville Edith Colton of the faculty of the Mr. P. B. Prevatt visited at the HAMPTON C.1.y .

starke Branch, U. Tuesday for the day. F. S. W. C., in Tallahassee were. Bowers home Sunday. MlM Ada NI__.. c... NH of NEM!: A R Hof NWViA I
by guests of Miss Alderman's-parents,, Mr. Albert GUsson visited :Miss RFIVi of NBtt A NEH4
Dopartment 8E3 ._ .. ,... ___
: nf ? .. .- t T It 140 K. W. "a Admr.NKVl SSI.III.o
Senator and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs.
Nov. 3. 193i.a4aL EX M. Johns G. W. Alderman for Susie Allen Sunday. BKm!:' niiiii.LTU 1 110,, Lydia Tenon ____ Jt.,. rdri
ding ),sits. Freclp.g were week-end guests of Mr. and the weekend.The Next Friday evening November Lots 1 t I 4 vInRston
Trnby A Co's ad-
Mrs. S. T. Dell in Gainesville.Miss 8, at 7:30: p. m. a ludicrous play, dltlnn 1 fo Stark. In WI4 # '

S M Ladles Auxiliary of the entitled\ "Always In Trobule," or Lo"f NE i i%i.*. al4 of__.ins.1.11 S II Unknown -, __,._ s..,* r fi

80 63 Emma Strickland spent the Presbyterian church, gave a delightful a Hoodooed Coon, will be given by of Blk 4 1lvl"'n Tru- r '
42 week-end in Gainesville the guest Hallowe'en party Friday the Y. M. by A CO' addition to : ,.
Hampton C. A.
70 aMILLER Everybody Starke In WH of NBV tl I tltt Livingston, Truby. A c.. n.1i, vF
65 39 H of Mrs. A. C. Smith. evening at the home of Mr. and Rile' ... Is invited to be present and Lots 1 1/ 4 ITT of BIle B Ml

72 37 Mrs. C. N. Christy. An enjoyable enjoy the fun. Bring your friends addition Lvlnirston' to Truby Stark A In Co Wft* '

74 52 Only two more days of the Rex- evening was spent by the twenty. Mr. and Mrs. John McN al and with you. The cast Is aa follows: of NEU _- _......11 1 Idving.ton, Truby Co. |."t i
week .01 Inches. ill 1-Cent Sale at Mitchell's.lit. seven guests present. Misery Moon, A Hoodooed Coon Lots 1 S t 4 11 it IS 14 of ,
In for family and Mr. Henry Stewart all Blk It Uvlna-ntnn Trubv *
of Brooker, were visiting the home Herman Morgan. A Cos addition to .. 14
? more days of the Rest- and Mrs. ,J. L. Simmonswere Mrs. D. P. Carpenter. Mrs. T. T. of Mrs. Sallie Blackwelder Sunday. Gideon Blalre, A Millionaire- Htarke In8 WM" of NE<4 II < II Unknown __ -_ ...... 1H.II.Livingston. ._ I
Lots 8 4 T ft I 10 11 of
[ Sato *t Mitchell's. visitors In Jacksonville Tues Long Mrs. A. Z. Adklns and Miss Mrs. J. 8. Dicks and daughter, Frank W llams. Blk It Uvlna-iton, Truby *
< Ethel Griffin left A We addition' Btarke ,
Gay today for Bac- Tom Rlggle, as slick as a whistle to "'
Iris, and Archie Lee, and Raymond
son.
,
DUe In Wu of N m 19 1 12 Truby Co. Sl.Ot ,
H. A. Dew were onton and Albany, Ga., where they Jordan Wadsworth.. .
? Mrs. were the guests' of Mrs. Ix | Tuesday. .Nolan Chancey of Lake City I I will be guests of relatives and Dicks' mother, Mra SaUin Black: Hiram Tutt, An awful nut Trubv A Co's addl-: .

spent last week ,with his sister, friends for the weekend.Mrs. welder Sunday. Marvin Williams. : NBUt0 Stark." |In ----.ft W* 01 6 tl Livingston. Truby A (,'0. I,>. ,

gin was la Jacksonville Mrs. J. L. Simmons. I Services were held at Fort Call Patrick Keller: a ticket seller- SV\> of Blk"t tl7lniriif on" ..:
J. M. Brownlee and Mrs.S. Earnest Truby A ft S Bi" Division
church last Sunday and I Sunday Morgan. nf NEW of NE14..111. S II Livingston, Truby Co. '..T Nt
Col. H. V. Knight was in Gainesville E. Brownlee had as their guests I night by Rev. Bain Pearce, pastor. Samontha Slade, a poor old maid rm of Blk 7 or lots > S II' q

i Mrs Herbert Bitch were Monday on professional busi Thursday, Mrs. A. V. Long and Miss Ellen Blackwelder was visiting Hilda Durden. J"dlvUlon Uvlnffston. Truby of NEW"A":"Cos of

Jacksonville Sunday. ness. Mrs. S. T. Dell of Gainesville; Mrs.F. Little Springs school Friday.All Paula Meleek, A Bolshavlek NIQV ? .v --...--'!98V I It David Rosa Smith .._ 4.tr

. .. .. A. Canova and daughter, Mary who attended the Hallowe'en Merle Johnson. of Blk. ,1 Trubv or lots* Coq 1 4T.lvlnimton

U I Patterns, 25e/ at Mrs. W. B. Parks, Miss Kitty Ann of Bushnell Mrs. J. E. Wilson ! party at Mr. Phaten Mlzell's last Rose Bud Reese, her charming p.... division of NEU of 1, $
Hogsed and Beverly Parks, spent and :Mrs. W. L. Wait Thursday night were:' Mr. Sam Niece-Ruth Williams. NII1'4 _b ?. ..........71 6 11 Livingston, Truby Co. I.'*
| All Silk I Livingston, Tru
Saturday in Jacksonville. Sanders, Ellis Taylor, Frances Taylor bY Co'. sob division
It Boree spent the week- Iris Dicks Dicks W. J. Root was transacting business nf NPn of N10M: .U S Ite Adam Thomas _ .... Ml.
Spence Cyril '
ADDITIONAL SCHOOL NEWS All Pike I 10 ClvTnrst" '
IksonvlUe with relatives. Why take a chance when you can Douglass Heyward McLeod, Ruth In Jacksonville M"--' Po* snb divis ,' '
buy the reliable Humming Bird Reaves Edna Reaves, Aldlne Joy-: Rev. McGauley will preach at the. Lots Inn 1 of 4 NHW nf lick of II NEU Livingston. ,18 ii Livingston I Truby A Co.' ..,.
Continued from Four
bHey pent several days dose that are guaranteed atStumpO. page ner, Joseph Joyner Leamon Joy- Tr'ihv A Co s subdivision
this week. .. ---p MASTKn-S SALK! nf NEU, of NBVi tS S II Kphram Thomas ._. -.-. i.7Livingston ?
nvllla and run. Lake City penalized 10 ner, Eddie Smtlh Albert MUler, Tak. notice that under and by I Bite l> Livingston. Truby
yards.' Halfback loses 6 yards onrumble. Odell Nelson, Alva Dukes Georgia virtue of that curtain final U.cr.. Cn's nub division of NEiW! '
j E. Knight was la Macbnday Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Nasworthy .. Fullback punts to Cox Mtzell, Brodie M sell, Oolclentty dated Oct Hat. 1981 and entered. by Of KBU _.....-._..____11, 1 11 Truby Co.- 5.tBlka / 7
; the Hon. of Clr.cull
JudS'e 11. 51. tl, 14 A Lot
on business. spent Sunday in Jacksonville with who makes good return. Yarbrough, and Ellen Blackwelder.Miss j.t\fB :dkr.d county, FlorIda I t nf Blk 17 Livingston 'a I Sot
|_ Mr. and Mrs. J. W, McLendon.Mr. Time out for Lake Ellen Blackwelder and Miss In that certain foreclosure suit Trtthv A ,,"'. ..ib division -
City as one In which Bank of Stark. a ____ :
11.47
corporation of NKVl of NIEU _U. It Llvlngstop, Tn", Co.
jro more days of the Rex- of their men Is knpckeij, out. Starke Iris Dicks'Were''"visiting"Mrs. Ray ,. complainant and Frank' F. Lot S 4 nf nik ft Livingston ,
E Sale at Mitchell's.3 : and Mrs. W. H. Noleman of :far the ball In their own territory, Dubose for a while Sunday night. Wlnterllnir I I. defendant, the under.signed Trnbv A Cn s subdivision ' -
with I will sell at public outcry In nf NRU: nf NBVJ: .IS < II Liyln.ston, Truby A.Co. LU t'
-- Sebring, spent the week-end Cox hits line two"times for gain Among those'who attended the Tront of aouth door of court houne ofBradford Lots t 1 nf Blk 10 Llvlngstnn ". w
\ GiiffU of Lake Butler, Mrs. Noleman's mother Mrs. S. F. of 8 yards. E. Robinson falls to pound party at Mrs. Lizzie Dukes' county In town of Starke heal l Trubv A C'n.. subdivision . t 1
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Florida to the hllthemt and of NEVi of NBH ..21WH < II Livingston, Truby A Co. Lit
ondayIn_ Starke with Hamrlck. gain at line. L. Robinson punts. last Friday night 'were: Mr. Carl hiddtir for caih, during the leg/a/ nf Blk 40 Livingston. I
Dukes Miss Iris Dicks, Mr. ''Hey hour. of call on Monday the 7th Truby A Co1 sub dlv-
Lake City has the ball in their lay of December, A. D. 1111. the *
Eldredge Robinson spent home own territory. Halfback fumbles ward McLeod. Miss Ellen Black- following real eetate lying and be- Lnta Icbm' 1 of NKH of NEU Llvfngston tl I 11 Livingston Truby: A Co. I.n t
I nf Wlk 41 -
bens of Lawtey, spent coming at the Ulnverslty of Flor- and Starke recovers. welder, Mr. Cyril Douajliss,i Miss of Btarke, Bradford Trubv A Po's subdivision

|with his daughter Urs.ews ida, in Gainesville, with James I I Third Quarter Mondy McNight, Mr. Julius Deekle, county Beginning 1 Florida a) point on north side Lot 4 nf Plk of NKVS 41 Llvlne-ston of NH4, 21, I II Joe Grant __ __?.._. L7e y

,, Jr. Richard Wainwright.: McNight Mr. nf A. S. II. A (3. Railroad where Trubv A Co.. sub division
i Lake City kicks oft to Starke. Miss Marguerite Westmoreland. the
street crcmnn .. .. ,....
of !! of tlf Unknown
NBV NIS'/4: IS' r -
Miss Ruth McNight, of of A. S. R A .
Parrish right the O
:3tarke: takes time out. Starke has Leon way Lots | of nik 49 LTvlng- ,
Mrs J. W. Andrews, Jr. Miss Lilian Norton and Tom Miss Lula Railroad and on the eaet side of
Parrish subdivision
the ball in their own territory. Mr. Oland atone Trubv A Co's
aid and
at- street run.r.il. parallel of NE'A nf NEI4 tS II Joe Grant _ -..-_ ct.,.,
V
(Jacksonville Tuesday of the Mr.
Llmbaugh Lakeland spent 3ternberg: makes 4 yards throughthe Dukes, Mr. Chirlle Carleton. with WeHttnoreland 100 feet, Lots II g of nik I Pavls' ATruhy'
business. week-end with Mrs. Mary Pack Miss Lorraine Douglass thence call at right anirloe to unldutrcot add to Btarke In
i line. Cox makes 1 yard thru John Oalney, 417 feet, thence south 140 feet
Williams. the line. Sternberg makes first Mr. Raymond Dicks. Miss Archie to right of way of the A. a It & 0 W-rfv KP-S0'!: of 8mW: of NWM_ .a r M Tr"hv 14 4. er
i Mrs. Boyd Holloway left Dicks and Mrs. J. 8.D Railroad thence wed to point ofbetInning
Lee
;lawn through the line. Cox makes : In Section S9, Township
for Monroe N. C. to ,be J. It. Denmark and son, Seeber, I 3 yards through the line. Stern. '"'-.. S South, Range S3 E act. Phone STEAM PRESSING CO. Suits ,

several weeks. of St. Augustine were guests Saturday berg makes first down. E. Robinson Folks of our section are now Special Master A. a.In cnmws Chancery: !, 52 .T. Frank Thoman, Prop. Cleaned & k

i ._!."- I of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Bais- makes 11 yards through the grinding cane. KNIGHT & KNIGHT Starke, Via.. .
Ida; Is bargain day at I den. lines. Cox falls to gain in a wide Mr. Heyward McLeod and, Mr. it-e Solicitor-at-11.4.for Complainant. FELT IIATS Cleaned and Blocked Reshaped

__ end run. L. Robinson passes right Cyril Douglass were"toitflness vial- -- -- -- --

Only two more days of the Rex- near the goal line, and It Is tors to Gainesville Saturday after ,_'J,1 10'

IJ.Canova and Miss Mary 1-Cent Sale at Mitchell's., ,I grounded back of goal and brought noon. " '*. .
re visitors in Jackaon- line and to Miss Muriel Joyner was visiting
:out to 20 yard given
y. State's Attorney and Mrs. A SCrews ,Lake City. her friend Miss Iva McLeod Sun
Nov. &
& SATURDAY 6 7TIPTOPGroceryLOCATION
SPECIALS-FRIDAY
were guests Sunday of Lake City gets the ball In their day.Mr. J
I Mrs. Jack Alvarez ante Judge and :Mrs. J. R. Kelly of own territory. Fullback hits line I W. W.. Bteckwelder of our n

birth of a son on OcP. Madison.Mr. twice for a gain of 14 yards. Halfback section left here Sunday for Brook

makes a yard in line buck. er.
: and Mrs. F. F. Flume and Halfback makes 5 yards throughline. :Mrs' William Blackwelder was

.,Vandivlere of Augusta daughter. Clara, spent the week Fullback makes.A yards over visiting Mrs. Sallie Blackwelder -

t t the week-end in Starke end In Jacksonville with Mr. and end. Halfback makes 3 yards thru Sunday. *?i

Uves. Mrs. R. W. :Mills.. line. Fullback makes 6 yards at .

end. Halfback makes 3 yards thru BETWEEN BANK AND POST OFFICE ,Ii !
no more days of the Bex- Mrs. W. E. MIddleton and :Miss line. Fullback hits line for 2 yards. RISING .
t Sale at Mitchell's. Sunday Howcll Naaworthi/ Owner and Operator ,
Madge Middleton, spent Halfback makes 6 yards throughline. ,
afternoon In Jacksonville with Fullback loses 3 yards in attempted M'.. Ir'.. MR.,far.,, OUR #:
L A. Beasley of Lake City I WE HAVE GOOD CLEAN FOOD-JUST TRY STORE I;
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relatives. line plunge. Fullback loses .
est of her Mrs. N.mer. - -- -- -
niece, Crawford '
and Zary
Lonnie
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1 yard around end.Fourth Mr.

New ready to wear, hats, shoes Quarter and Mrs. Jeff Lewis were called to: Best White I II FREE 4JELLOMOULD Green Coffee, lb. __ lOc :

.hose! and Gloves to match. Get fixed Starke has the ball., E. Robinson the bedside of their mother, Mrs.T. .

R. Johnston and chll- I up for the football game at punts. Lake has the balL Fullback A. Crawford In I Jacksonville' Bacon lb. l Oc WITH. Grits Meal
- or
,
ampa are guests of Mrs. Stump's. makes 4 yards through the who was taken suddenly. ill last I PACKAGESJelo,45c 'IIO
filch
i
line. Fullback makes first down. Friday, night. :' I

Mrs. J. S. Balsden and son Fullback hits line for 8 yards Mrs. L. II. Edwards and children Small Sides---9c l Ihs. 19cSc '

Ralph, returned from Pensacola Halfback fumbles 8 yards from formerly of Lake Wales,'who - - 4

where they spent the past month Starke's goal and Starke recovers. has been visiting relatives here, ,
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A ORD with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Starke has the ball and L. Rob will leave Wednesday for Arcadia ,

Lee. inson punts. Matheny dashes down where Mr. Edwards employed' p
Best 516s. 25c SALT (
Compound Sugar _____ or.
COLUMN the field and recovers the punt for with the S. A. L. Railway. wa

Rev. and Mrs. J. V. Robinson Starke. Sternberg makes 3 yards '

OW CARD returned Thursday to their homein through the line. E. Robinson fill' Whole Rice MATCHESiIs

WRITING, Tampa Shores, after a visit here line. Cox crosses halfa '
at LARD25c
.ter,. Signs; of all kinds. to gain II. E. LAGEROKEN
with their son-in-law and daughter In a long end run. L. RobInson I
yard
ell8Onable. See H. A. Dur- Mr and Mrs. A. II. Harley. I Surveylng-Levelloc 3lbs. Sibs.19c 2for 5c-
R. D. lt.i I I punts. 1 : - - -
Lake City has the bill. Fullback: Mapping; .
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and Mrs. H. L. Brownie line. Fullback -
-Four Mr. makes 6 yards through Starke. FloridaATLAS .
or five
hogs, I 4 -- -
|reed and daughters, Misses Mary .an' makes 1 yard through line.
100
f'ght' Pay to market 123: pounds, Madge Erownlee, spent Sunday 1- Halfback makes 1st down. .Full- We Grind Pure CHEESE, lb. ____- 18c Great Northern ,,1:
N price Jacksonvllle with Rev. and Mrs back makes long pass and Is In __ i

my place. B. S. Ed- M. C. Stith. complete. Halfback hits line for 2 .;, - - - .-
2, Box j
jRt. 236, Starke. yards. Halfback falls to gain at -1 COFFEE2'lbs. BUTTER BEANS ,
10-30-tf.
of the Rexall and is In
Only two more days line. Fullback passes '

OW A LEAKY TOP 1-Cent Sale at Mitchell's. complete. 6 lb. _____________ 2Sc, l'
-- ball. Sternberg 25r Pound-----
i your and automobile. Topsed Miss Hazel Adklns of the F. S. makes Starke 2 yards has the through line. The r - - r 10 lb. -' __.._______ 39c t

Good work rotten: Reasonable wood re- W. 0.'In Tallahassee, spent home- backfield loses 6 yards In a general The Standard Oil :"Mlr,:

coming in Gainesville with her uncle L. Robinson punts. The I
w. H. mir-up.:
Pla' Ogden. Keystone 10-16-tt. and aunt Mr. and Mrs. J. C. halfback for Lake City catchesit Tire 0.- Guaranteed ONIONS CABBAGE Heinz Large Bottle ;1'

Adkins. and' goes through whole crew ,

fiery: Special Sheriff and :Mrs. W. J. Epperson for extra a touchdown.point. Halfback makes One YearFrigidaire- albs.-----40c Pound' '- 2c Ketchup19c wi

tj Imperfect .ox. matched bad as their guests Sunday, Mr. Lake City kicks off to Starke. _
Pr*. II. Ladies' imperfect and Mrs. R. L. Epperson and famIly Inman receives but U knocked out .............. -

I\lk\ hose, 12 pr. $1.45. of Jacksonville, and Mr. and Starke takes time out and a 8 ->1/1"

UOIa guaranteed Post- :Mrs. George Anderson of Lawtey. yard penalty for too much timeout Iceberg Lettuce APPLES Beat Irish, 10 lbs ;r u

ticker Hosiery Co., :Max- Sternberg takes ball fumbles, .

C. 10-23-3t* Dr. and Mrs. H. B. McLendon and Lake City recovers.' '
2for 15c 10 Ibs. 25 Potatoes17c fr..
and Mrs. E.. S. Matthews, spent Lake City has the ball and Is '- (,

Opportunityfor Sunday In Jacksonville with Mrs. going for a touchdown. Fullback the three year guar. .- o '4J ar

E. R. Edwards and Mrs.< A. M. attempts pass but is Incomplete. -. - -
for first down. Halfback anted electric refrigerator 4;

netyv *erchant or reliable rep- Richard. Fullback falls makes to gain at line. 2 Iba. COCOA _____ 25 Gallon Good No. 2 Size Sliced .T

et! In North and Central Mrs. M. D. Carter and daughter PINEAPPLE2cans25c I!
;
act at exclusive dealers Belle Carter of 15c
Miss Louie Corned Beef Syrup59c
butte e for the Nu-Ellamel Lawtey and Mrs. Wm. Stringfellow !1 ::

e flDllhes, the original and children spent Teusday For sate by Ihi

amateur enamellMrv. with Mrs. George Gardiner. {
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t It yourseU" Are you participating In the
purpose
!!rlor IobUes, 11'boats._ furniture 1H1t1 Simplicity) m kes you- Free Feed Otter, we are giving Pan Gold-Goodwlte Mother's SelfrlBlngFLOUR Maxwell House '"1

th -T to apply. clothe fit like a Paris Manse away In celebration of our anniversary Smith's Service '

rka. one coat leave, no qoln'sl See the beautiful Gosearfae Nov. 14. 1931 at 4 p. m. FLOUR i Coffee 25c
IUperior at the "Old Checkerboard
luUnC quatnveatmwt !. ft beauty" on display a' sharp. Call '
is requIred Stump's Store for particulars'and StationS With 1-2 pt. Salad *
:
:diaPlay racks for eub- Incldentlally look over our line and

ate for particulars.. Richard, Waldroff of Jackson prices on feeds of an kinds. Bradford ; 24 Ibs. - -.-59c 24lbs.----- Dressing - '15c- :f,
Co.
weeks Ir County Farmers Sdpply
ll1nel vine;;Is spending several Fla. =
Dial. Co. vtarke' making changes In the Phone 151: Nathan N. Prevatt. o'
t. '
Jacksonville, r .:. beating system of the Bradford Manager Stark, FbC We deliver.


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PW n six BRADFORD COCNTT TELEGRAPH. BTABKK. FLORIDA

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,,1 i / Home Egg Contest LISTS FIVE THINGS r rr tL..Ja.e

I FARMERS CAN DO TO I Says Hops Lies in
Closes {WiAners;
FARM NEWS SECTIONConducted HELP THE SITUATION r
I For Year Listed -- Democracy
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t ( By Spuds Johnson.)

t Winners In the sixth Florida "How are we going to get out

By home egg laying contest have just of the mess we are In? Or are

been announced by Norman R. Me- we ever going to get out at an?"
q L. T. DYER County AffentMISS hrhof, extension poultryman. More These are questions that are

PEARL' !! JORDAN/, Home Demonstration Agent than 17,000 hens owned by 01 Florida agitating farmers and farm owners sh" n

poultry farmers completed In all over the south, says Dr. Clarence : '

1 the contest, which began last October Pee. editor of the Progressive 1e' r ,
1fliri} MIlS. HOOVER ON PLANS FOR ANNUAL and ran for a year. During I I Farmer and Southern Ruralist. Ii
STATE DAIRY SALE
i P 4-H ACHIEVEMENT ABOUT COMPLETEDPlans tho year they layed an average of addition to being editor of, this } i a a rY
109 eggs per bird. paper, Dr. Poe is a practical farmer *

1 NBC RADIO HOUR for the annual sale of the I The flocks were divided into four owning and operating Longview !'

off state Dairymen's Association to beheld groups according to size. In group! Farm near Raleigh, N. C. Continuing

t'ft rt Four-H club members, the country : here November 17 are about '1 1, with not more than CO birds. his discussion of "the mess,"
) over will be greeted by Mrs the; Leghorns owned by Mrs. 0. W. Dr. Poe says:
complete, according to H. G. Clayton
I? noteJ I Chonk: Lake Wales, were first witha
Herbert Hoover .and other chairman of the consignment "Longview Farm is of course hit
9r '
the national 247-egg average...< Second wentto 1
} ;i speakers during committee. by the depression in prices as well
$ achievement day radio program at I Twelve bulls and six: heifers from a Leghorn flock owned by Thos. as all other southern farms. But,
_
7. This G. Lamb, Orlando, with a 207egga.verage. T. f
noon Saturday November some of the best herds in the although there is no denying the
will be broadcast by 01BUtions and third to G. W. Ed- 1 ra
Ill program state are to be auctioned. All of seriousness of present conditions,
p r ? of the National Broad these animals will carry registration monds, Palmetto, khose Barred I I believe southern farmers are going t
t ; ,1 casting Company. Florida stations papers and health certificates.The Rock averaged 169 eggs. to come out all right In the ;

to carry. It will be WJAX, Jacksonville : i bulls will all be at least a year I First in group 2, with from 51 long run. I have frequently said,

hi WIOD, :Miami and WSUN, I (Id and the heifers more than six horns to 250 birds, was a flock of Leg. 'Always thank God when a bad sit -- .......... ....._., ......'., ,-.' dCIIIPLCY
4 j Bt Petersburg.: months of age. owned by Clinton Clements, uation gets worse, for then some I -1 a

', ; t The program will begin at 12:30: I I "At this time cattle prices are Curbank averaged 221 eggs. Sec thing will be done about It/ And J I Fla.. Oct. 29.-"We
ond was School
r ISastcrn:: Standard Time. A 13- reasonable, and this sale will afford won by Farm Leg so I believe it will be now. 'I be lee striking Indications: throughout +
@ minutes program will come from f rmers and breeders an opportunI horns at Sanford, which lieve that as a result of this de : the country jot the increasingtrend 911

s a'' a Washington, 30 minutes from the I y to secure high quality animals 219 eggs, and third aVeraged/J.I/pression southern farmers are go- toward the Democratic(! partyas

r 1 local station and 15 minutes more to Improve their herds," he said. Hicks Leghorn, Westville.flock owned which by : : Ing to 'mike lasting and radical the agency to solve the people's 0 d ; tT

''e from Washington. i I I Catalogues for the sale will be improvements in farm methods problems in this time of bitter: national -
l Music for the national part of r 'f. In the near future and copies average of 200. I that will'' enable all intelligent distress," said Harry II.

t the 'n1.n" -D- to EOO
the U. S. Marine Band. During Clayton in care of the Agricultural birds, was E. C. Alsmeyer.Qcbring. a Year" The Progressive Farmer- in a statement lasted here todayon

11 ,t the first 15 minutes an address ,Extension Service, Gainesville, Fla. 208 whose Leghorns averaged Ruralist la seeking to help them the political] situation.: "Tue
L r k will be given by Dr. R. A Pearson eggs. A Leghorn flock owned get and that in the next fifty hope of America, viewing the Re- : .
by Mrs. C. R. Whitehurst
Gainesville
committee,
? I chairman Executive I years the south will be more pros publlecn! party as at present con
of Land-Grant Colleges averl1.gel190: eggs for second
ABBoclatlon perous than it has ever been. stituted and directed
; I a'' and Universities, and during the I HINTS TO HOUSEWIVES place, and third went to the Leg "On Longview Farm we shouldbe with the tariff and Federal rests Farm not xw a .
Hoover will horn nock of J. C. Gallatln, St. .t'ldrh
lost 15 minutes Mrs. much worse off than we are Board but on opposite poles of
political
I r, commend the boys and girls for ayear's Weekly from Home Demonstration Cloud, which had averaged 188 but for the fact that we have been thought and action the

work well done. S'I j I: Tallahassee eggs. :trying for years to put into practice Democratic party." t r..vd C.p, rt R.N,.
and Specialist In 4, with COO birds
Prom WJAX :Miriam Ivey group over , some of the cardinal principlesour
'' Dupont McGill club members, the leader was Mrs. Anna M.-Pyatt, : paper has'been urging as necessary Do&r's FOR MOTORISTSPaul no
right to
will speak, as will Carl Noble, Jacksonville, whose Leghorn averaged -I to make southern farming plant the same variety another delay those I

r a r chairman of the Duval county LITTLE HOUSEHOLD JOBS 198.3 eggs. Heyward Walker pay. These principles may be year unless a better one is found. i iI G. Hoffman, vicepresidentof "Don't take a chance t
Mary E. : Sanford, owned the second I The two organized, boys' 4-H I brakes or tire
school board, and Miss be briefly summarized a* follows: the Studebaker has *-It's a ash
demonstration Drawers That Stick high flock which averaged 197.7 Clubs-Brooker and HamptonJust corporation, regret in the
''d Kaown. district home 1. Live at home farming first- long run."Don't .
and the of IL failed by.a few points making issued a set of one dozen don'ts for
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agent. Now is the time to remedy the eggs Leghorns A J. first of all produce food and feed be reckless atuvi

1 From WIOD Mary Louise Dora bureau drawer that sticks. If it Is Brewster, Hilliard, were third withan crops forfolks and animals on the the distinction of State ..Blue the motor car driver. I you jeopardize o t only rr J
,J and Ewell Chalker will fee club not quite dry when returned to its average of 180 eggs. farm. Ribbon Clubs because two f>-. '-i "Don't pass on hills or blind life, but the other fellow1

member to speak., R. W. 'Black- place, you will discover the spot Considering the heavy breeds asa I "2. Add.Animal Production to each club failed to make exhibits curves-you might just 'as well .

lock, state boys' club agent, will that in damp weather Is likely to class, the Rhode Island Reds Plant Production develop 'two- at the county contest at .t..* ..., drive blindfolded. Mount DoraMounttre 1

then UU of notable 4-H achieve swell and make trouble. Take a owned by D. W Tew, Eato, led armed farming' which will balance Several boy had fine pigs In "Don't challenge the right of reopened to public.

l N, ments. piece of common yellow soap, ;nol..- with an average of 200 egs. A labor and. Income fairly well between . the pig club but had no place to waY-if In doubt, take no chances. Apalacb icola-l9 local] j

The club members to speak from ten it, and rub freely the parts flock of White Rocks owned by W. crops on one hand and livestock I show them at the 4-H club contest. "Don't fail to signal all turns- packing plants started i

WSUN will be Lela Remington which are too tight. Also soap D. Crocker, Dunedin was second dairy: and poultry on the I The 4-H club enrollment for next the follow behind la no mind upon opening of 1931

and Jack Woodman. E. H, Beck- under the part of the drawer whereIt with a 174 egg average and the other hand. year will be made during Novem(1 I reader; I son recently.

ett, chairman< of the Plnellas county slides. Or, apply a tallow candle. barred rock flock of Mr. Edmondswas "3. Soil improvement In each I ber and every farm boy in the "Don't cut corners-that's the Leesburg-M. a Enti i

board of county commlsslonera, Or, rub the parts freely with bacon third with an average of 169 year's operations making a richer county will have an opportunity to I i other fellow's territory and he ing Leesburg Bakery at e

and Miss Flavia Gleason. state rind. The soap, however, is likelyto eggs. soil must be regarded as just a*I' enroll might claim It. West Main and First i IIr

home demonstration agent, will be "effect the more permanent cure. important as making a crop. -I Austrian winter peas may be "Don't cut in sharply after passing to re-entering business.

,other speakers. To Clean Mattresses EIGHT HEREFORD BULLS, "4. Cooperative marketing -this- planted up to November 15th.: Ev -the driver behind hates the Clearwater Plant I 10

A 4-H achievement program will Stains on mattresses may be removed SIX HEIFERS OBTAINEDBY should be practiced and encouraged ery corn club boy should plant an ditch as much as you do.- facture and canning ot |

r be broadcast from state station by covering them with dry FLORIDA CATTLEMEN with every possible farm prod I acre for his com next year. It will "Don't cut out suddenly from broth to be sold in i north

:'f WRUF, Gainesville, from noon to laundry starch and moistening this uct, and with a willingness: to I cost around $5 and is better than :behind a parked car-It may be kets, to be opened here.

h 12:45: the same day. W. T. Nettles (I with enough soap or soap Jelly Eight registered Hereford bulls make some temporary sacrifice if $5 worth of commercial fertilizer both the start and finish of your Cross City Modem('

L district extension agent, and I (made' by melting scraps of hard and six heifers were bought by necesary in order to insure the for corn.BABE. trip."Don't tlon completed by Thorns
Stone Ltndsey, Alachua county ,soap in about their own bulk of West Florida cattlemen at an auction permanent success of the cause. f I I t+ r I weave all over the highway on State Road No. 19 aside |

pa club boy, will be the first speakers J,boiling water) to form a thin sale here October 22. "5. We must recognize timberas '.'- 1 -that's why there's a center of town.Federal

,, A program of music and talks bytH paste, which will dry on, but not The cattle were sold by the Sem- a crop-we must thin it to a line."Don't Government

4 1 girls from Gadadent county.>,soak through 1 top the mattress.Let Inole Hereford Farms, Donaldsonville stand as we would any other crop; attempt to beat a atop-. contract to McWilllami 1
S will follow.' dry and brush off with a stiff Ga. This farm owns one of weed out undesirable specimens as " light-it might beat you. Co.,'of New Orleans, for ]

r whisk broom. Repeat if necessary. the leading herds of registered we would-ra-any other crept: market \ "Don't ''come to sudden stops and construction of permaee

la Afterwards sponge with ammoniaand Herefords east of the Mississippi.Two it when it matures and not be- withoutsignalling-.-rear. end along Lake OkeechobeeI

i 1' TWO TRIPS TO CLUB water. bulls each were bought by fore;" protect\ it from fire as we crashes are costly. I I I Moorehaven and ClewlstoJ

{ CONGRESS AND WATCH t Remove Wall .I'aper Stains L. A. Rlchbourg Crestview and ](. would any ,other>crop." "Don't lag in traffic-you have of approximately J193.000I

GIVEN 4-11 WINNERSTwo To remove grease and oil stains S. McIClnzle, DeFunlak Springs, e I II

from wall paper, fold a piece of while Samson Hart, Pearl G.
boys will get free trips to blotting paper and in the fold Adams, and H. P. Jones, all of I :0ut-l

i the National 4-H Club Congressand spread pipe clay or French chalk. I Crestview, and M. M. Andrews, FARM ITEMS\ I ,

International Livestock Exposition Stitch or pin the edges togetherto Bontfay, each purchased one. Mr. By iP

! in Chicago and another keep the chalk from falling out. I McKlnzie bought four of the heifers L. T. DYER, County Agent II1

was given a $50 gold watch for Lay this over the grease spot and and the Walton Land and Tim- I jlr

winning at the annual state 4-H apply a hot iron, taking care not bet Company bought the other two.
$, pig club show recently held here to scorch the paper. Change I M\4Ch interest was shown in the Every Friday is office day for

R. W .Blacklock, state boys' club blotter paper occasionally, and, e'l sale and twice the number of bulls Bradford county, and I will be
found in 'my office at the court
agent, has announced.One necessary, repeat with a fresh could have been sold, according to
house at ..Starke on that day to
hundred from ,
pigs, every W. J. Sheely. extension agent In
Iron.Or consult with farmers and club
section of the state were shown. make a thick paste of powdered animal husbandry who helped to boyson ,
Sixty of them were shown as pipe clay or French chalk arrange the sale. their problems. I v -APITAL, punishmentJor

t breeding gilta and 40 as fat bar and apply it to the spot with a Seven ,farmers in this county'have Arson in Athens

rows. There were 6 classes of bar brush. Let It remain until dry. I purchased and are planting'

rows and 12 classes of gilts, and Then brush off and repeat if nee-' Austrian"winter peas this fall for .... b* hi. wriy Alhn* _ 78 cash prizes from $1 to $5, were WRUF FAKM PROGRAM"The improving their soil.. They will jjI, fcr _*'. l.A..tlr. l..cUr, *
essary. _
to _.r.lp I ikdl rah *T .
Voice of learn as others how that It MM
offered Leon chamber << many .
by county .riMB_ Tlnra.to r wnp.cow *
of commerce. FACTS Florida"J I is a_very cheap source of fertilizer. /K* IBM .. *. I**. N_ and renders ai mutt
FARM OUTLOOK ,... ,. .-... The nitrating
i..ll.Exrr beauty
imltM leg
Nine boys in Bradford and 30 "-" fr
For showing the grand champion TO BE OBTAINED AT II With 4-H achievements sched I rd ra.sa'.a.p..M- ...... .. apP1?" "

,
In Union have one acre each In HELPS BABES: er
Babe
'fat barrow W W. Basset, Jr.. Jefferson MEMPHIS CONFERENCEA -rAn -- tain* all of its oni
county, won the trip to Chicago uled for Saturday and many! help Crotalarla this year and are now Ruth Is shown arriving in Los Angeles -awp M..d.Irb .............. ivenes thruout uhed t +l
I
given by Armour & Company. farm outlook conference to ful farm talks to be given next picking the seed. This crop furnishes to play. three ball games for __.pausal..,w a[r4.1 W. rubbing off orBtreakini$ l
Bauett la 17 and has week another aeries of Florida cheap fertilizer as well.a* a benefit of ailing children and war : ...'art will IM >Md.I*........dto.fc antiseptic and I *.*
ojd)
years gather Information by which farm I Farm Hour programs for state In the seed. veterans Newsies greeted him. ...rt lo>".. .. ..h. MUMlM ...4totk helps correct blerouM"troubles.
been In club work a At the money crop ..
when '
themselves !
years. ers may guide ftr*Imwne I I.jrow /MwUyHAROLD .
radio station WRUF has Just been
club show last year he won a scholarship I planning what to grow next year Twenty boys In Bradford county q l._ --0 '-
I announced by the Florida Agricultural finished in the corn club this Delray Beach To tal of $32-
year
to the of Florida. .
University Tenn.
will be held at Memphis, ,
The other trip to Chicago wall November 10.13tt was recently'I Extension_n Service._ These. with an average of 35 bushels per 509 in building permits Issued In C. WALL TAWhit.
won by Lamar Hartsfleld who was learned from the Florida Agricultural I programs will D e Broadcast between acre, at an average cost of B3c this city for fiscal year ending o
noon and 12:43: eastern per bushel. Compare this with September 30 .
Judged the champion calf clubs Extension Service.H. INSURANCE
( Standard Time. the farmers'' Arcadia P. P. au.Rnterbar
average of 11.5 bush Speer purchased
member in Leon
The outlook
county. trip O. Clayton, extension ..
local bankers. Lamar The schedule follows: els per acre at a cost of $1.00 per Arcadia Cabinet ana Manufac !STARKE.' FURIOAYou'II
was given by and organization specialist, .
Sat Nov. 7 Florida. 4-H Mem
'" bushel, figuring cost on same basis. turing Co., business located on So.
la the second: club boy In the state will represent Florida at the con '
bers Make Notable AchievementsW.
The corn exhibit at the annual Monroe avenue.
to rats ter-of Merit the
a Regis cow ference. Representatives from
T. Nettles. My 4-H Achieve 4-H Club Achievement at State Highway Commission
Day considers
The watch was won by Arthur extension services of 15 southern never know how gooda
ment.-Stone LJndsey. Programof Starke recently created much at repair of state road No., 18
McNeely, Marion county, who was states, the Federal Farm Board,
music and talks by 4-H girls tention. Thirteen boys showed 100 Letween Arcadia and Sarasota. be until
cigar can
the best all-round livestock of you
Judged : and the U. S. Department Agriculture ,
from Gadsden county- of each most of Starke Construction started
which -
ear corn ,
t I
club member In the state. It
was will attend. have smoked
Mon.. Nov. 9-The Busy Bee and Wall very high grade corn. .on two large classrooms as addition a
given by Thomas-. Wilson, Chicago After the conference the Extension .
Contribution to Well-be
Its our The club boys this year have to Starke High School to take.
and outlook
packer. Arthur is 17 Service will prepare an '
R. E. Foster. Use of
ing- Honey
of
planted the DuBose corn a* recom care Increased enrollmentGracevllle
baa been club work S years. report for Florida which will '
In the Home-.Mis* Isabelle Thurs-
mended by the county agent sinceIt Work started on
be released early In December. N
by.Tues. la ODe of the hardest white dent highway to be built from Chip-
VKUTILIZBR HINTS - .. Nov. 10-Birds a. Controllers varieties In the state and la a very,ley to seven miles north of this SAME51

MADE BY COLLEGE OFAGRICULTURE .JAPANESE PERSIMMON of Insects-J. R. Watson. good show corn. The boy will place.STRAWBERRY 1 MORE HAS

: MEN SPLENDID IN SALADS Cleaning Up the Pecan Orchard _.. . - -
a f to Prevent Damage from Pests- I LD
? FertOiaer recommendations for The Japanese persimmon, Fuyu- Fred W. Walker. Farm Question 9elhtfully M

citrus grove., truck crops, and gakl. la unsurpassed when used used Box. PLANTSOwing /. Lewis Cigar Mfti. Co.. 'Newark N.1"M
salad fruit as apples are
-JS..,, general field crop are contained as a assistant Wed, Nov. 11-How Weather .
cay H. Harold Hume, Affects Truck Crops M. R. ED-
in a report recently made by a

College committee of of Agriculture 17 workers, Experiment of the director Experiment of research Station and at the a horticulturist Florida- sign.Thurs.Primer. Nov.for 12 Town- Vaccinating Farmer to the dry-like conditions around Starke. Wake. Up Your LiverWithout

Station, and Agricultural of national prominence. This Pig Against Cholera-Dr. A. L. and Lawtey we are making very special prices on

Extension Service. light fleshed, non-astringent Japanese Shealy. Farm Reporter at Wash your wants in both Missionary and Blakemore berry Caloi
when fully mature
The beet information available persimmon ington. -
y but still hard and not too ripe, plans. See our agents Brownlee Bros., Starke,
about materials to use for different Frt, Nov. 13-The Importance of
be used to advantage in any and G. W. Roberts of Lawtey Fla. who -- -
condition a* well aa the time for can the Dairy Bull-Hamlln L. Brown. will take ; deo
salad combination where other,, And ToaH Jump Out of Bed I"s
'au4 rate of applying them Is contained Final Announcements About 'the your order. d.'t din... It l"'

In the report. Free copies fruits are used, he says. I State Dairy Sale. I in the Morning Ram: to Go Os. bM... p rW.rIbMrM
may be obtained from the Agricultural i You know Bauer, plants of quality and we know b.d r..d r'+r

Extension Service, Gaines The number of tractors on Florida Largo Construction work on how to ship your,plants on time and give you real If you feel' tour and sunk and the
has Increased from 680 ,
farms new $1,000,0000 National Soldier's world looks '
al r da
don't
ville. punk swallow aloe 5.4 ha
4 . to 5,618 during the last 10 years, Home to be erected on gulf south service. So get busy at once and place your order M salt, mineral water oil. laxative .h. pa rr+.e0'd

I i r according to the 1930 census report of city win be started-shortly af 'for what you may want. candy' or chewing gum and aped s.-ItarrrM'e"a'MUvee
Florida, farm property Increased ter February 1st.. them to mike
yon suddenly awes* i1U I re"rYM
{ 132 million dollar In value, from Miami Beach Office of Florida IIIId buoyant aM lull auahiak _..rr"

l 4 230 million to 463 million during Altamont Springs Contractslet Power and Light Co. opened J. A. BAUER f For they. east" d. lu 'I'IM77 tb.-.b..+

the last 10 year, according to the for construction of new negro for business In building leased from stove the bow*, and a soar- avow ...a+r.r.n
$
1930 census report. From 1920 to school building to be built on the Taradaan Properties Inc.Tavare TIlE STRAWBERRY,PLANT MAN drat -t... at UM ---. The ..b+s+.M-a..
128 It Increased 183 million dol hores of small lake located In mid Service Drug Store ..... '- _a.. .
Jan. but since 1029 It ha decreas4 -' dle of eight-acre tract, one-half sold by. R U. DanUU to C.' W. JUDSONIA ARKANSAS ,fie: h:. .. ... 'I- Idrlbr ad..Ir V er

61 npim dollar mile east of here. .Fort of Tampa. | .......................... flab lw s, -
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iIIEB 8, I.SI! __ BRADFORD COUNTY. TELEaUAFIt. 8TAUKE. FLORIDA PA-OB SEVSMW ! II
NOL - ______ ._ ___ __
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prepared for you from the foundation Edna Stansbury. I r West-
I Key Foundation
on new '
of the world. 33. For I was 7:30 p. m. Evening worship song post office under A

an hungered and ye gave me meat: and sermon AN ULTIMATE CONSUMER I ,j Cocoa-Dining way.room of Cocoa

I was thirsty and ye gave me Prayer meeting Wednesday at I House opened for season.

drink: I was a stranger and ye 7:30: p. m. Eebastaln Inlet commission

W took me In: 36. Naked, and ye The Woman's Auxiliary will entered into contract with dredge ti

clothed me; I was sick and ye via- meet Tuesday evening November

l ramp onto my feet, mi a light unto my path.-Pulm 119:105. ited me: I was In prison and y. 10 with Mrs. Dover and Mrs. Ken- *Ing o build concern jetty at from West south Palm wall Beach of Inlet ,

CuD: unto me. 40. Inasmuch as ye drlck. The missionary program
All religious teaching, doctrine orDr westward into Indian River tat
have done it unto one of the least will be under the direction of Mrs
3 Q 1' u creed, it they are to have any claim llstanco of 1200 feet
end devotion of the pee le must be In harmony with of these toy brethren ye have doneit R. S. Fernandez. Topic Home Madison Rita Theatre openedto

love unto me.Prayer Missions Southern Mountaineers,

info heap and of whom it was said in John 7146'NEVER MAN : O that my ways were Foreign Missions, Slam.A L1rgo-Loc"1 public. "' post office to r"-

LILE Tito ).IAN.on .' directed to keep thy statutes! cordial invitation to' all our. jelve new fixtures and equipment

Unlnn rountlen *re Invited sedvlces extended to all. I New Port Richey Municipal
LI. ofrchurch organizations andaannounoe- DAILY BIBLE READINGS -.-.
n activities, Tolf: course around Orange. lake to
for t ,lv given and no charge mude-the only requirement t TRAIN SCHEDULE be: put in shape for play.
4laws reach this office before Wednesday morning, November 8 I s

,/ sorb cannot,Items he handled for current Isnue.LUNDAY t Greatest in the Kingdom: Who- ,
the.y Effective Sunday August 9th
s ever therefore shall humble himself WOTICH TO APPIO"R 'f
I 1 schedule changes and trains will It ,
fro classes. "And this he continuedby as this little child, the same appearing by all'lda"l.Uae""* ;
.
lIt to the bill
run as follows: of omptr>ln fi| "1 In
SCHOOL I 1I j! the space of two years" And I greatest in the kingdom of heaven w w this enurt, wh.reln Anna- Bell Hare
j No. 107 southbound due Starke. has filed
stilt
for dlvorre aitalne
I representatives of all parts of Asiaas .-Matthews 18: 4.November. Rtminil' Hurt,
LESSON J JI 10:40 a. m. that the residence' oraildrese
II I ( then known) heard Paul and I 7 I of 8omii"l Hart le on- tl
No.1. southbound due Starke. known to
onmplatnant that th..r.no .
carried the messages back to their Why Will Ye Dle1'-As I live, 10:35: p. m. Is person In the state; of Vlortda* r''
people. "And God wruught special pith the Lord God, I have no >-nown: to aflTlant./ service of prnexsan }
8 1931 No. 108 northbound, due Starke, .. ..n whom .
would .
I NOVEMBER! bind tI. said .
I It miracles by the hands, of Paul: so pleasure In the death of the wick- 6:3! p. m. fondant

that from his body were brought t. 1 urn ye turn ye from your it14 It in thorrf'ir ordered that the
l said
Bamuel I Hart do
In Ephesus.Text appear to the
Paul
t f: no fellow lito the sick handkerchiefs of aprons evil ways; for why will ye die 0 6:10 a. m. $ I bill nf fmplnlnt In said cause. In ))1;
: "Have and the diseases departed louse of Israel?Ezeklel 33: 11. Starlre, Florida. en or nefnre r>epnmlMir .
unfruitful works of Wannea BranchNo. 7th. A. I). USI. else the alle-
the from them, and the evil spirits November 8 rations of Kill
said
will be
taken
101 leaves Starke 7 a, m.
but rather reprove went out of them." You will recall I The Greatest Victory\ He that as confessed ny him.
!. them"J No. 102 arrives 2:40 p. m. It Is further ordered that this
5 !
taoji : 19:8-: .hat In Phllippi Paul drove the evil i'" slow to anger Is better than the T. J. Griffin Agent en?''o* h.. nnhlleh.d once s> week for
a Text: Acts spirit out of the slave girl who T'Jghty; and be that ruleth his own four consecutive week. In Bradford fl
missionary tour County Telcirraph,
published
|3 second earned than he that taketh city.- In
half of money by soothsaying pint a Closing of !Malls $4q soFlnrlda.; .
f
ted three years then Jesus sent the twelve disciples Proverbs 16: 32. iA $ Witness my hand as Clerk and
bad been spent In Cor-] Train No. 107 south 10:20: a. m Best of this court this the Ird day
me necessary too out to work (Math. 12: 1.) 1 I November 9 Train No. 108. north, 5:20 p. m. of November, A. I> 1011 ,
now
it was rj gave them power over unclean,1 God's Good Gifts The Lord O W AT.TF.RMANL
starting point Byitloch Night mails close 8 p. m. Clerk nf Circuit Court
his his s Irlts. Then certain of the vaga- will give grace and glory: no good Starko & Cell Branch: tlv tv" WHITE. Deputy Clerfc. S+"
and report pro- 'stP A. R. (R E W R,
to out be withhold from them
t nd Jews undertook cast I thing will
; Mall closes 7 Solicitor
before he 'I a. m. for Complainant.
Cut probably!I I ho evil spirits in the name of ".re.:I that walk uprighUy.-Psalm 84: Mall arrives 2:40 11-8-61-11.4.
stricken, : p. m. _.
8 was ---
ff ts whom Paul preacheth, but thee 11. '-' tf '
nrla. On his recovery he W IIITI1R! g iliA 1.1'1
answered them "Jesus I November 10
U spirit : ; Hereby notice
Aquila and Blue Bus Schedules : le irlven that radar
for Ephesua mow and Paul I know but who: They Shall Not Be WearyTheythat and by vlrr... of that certain final
going with him. He was I i[ Northbound:. 8:51: a. m, 1:21: p. _____ decree of fnreol ..iire made. by Unanrahlo ',
And the man In whom I wait the Lord shall renew
ompunled by Timothy and ere yeT upon m., 4:15: p. m., 8:21: p. m., 0:00 a A 71 Adklns +
Paul he evil spirits was (not the spirit) I thin strength; they shall Twenty-Sixth Judicial :0:1t of l?

by Ellas. At Ephesus eaped on them (the vagabond mount up with wings as eagles; m.Southbound . 1 4. wNkx4+14- 1 Florida In and for Bradford county,
He 9:34 11:34 Florida. In Chancery ,
In the synagogue. : : a. m., : a sitting, on the
Jaws) and overcame them * so I they shall run and not be weary; 87th day nf CVtnher. A. 1> 1911. In
:
iUa and Priscilla to labor m., 4:34 p. m., 7:34: p. m., 12:47: a favor of the Federal, land Bank of
that they fled out of the house and they shall walk, and not faint.
nd sent Timothy to visit Tickets and Information atSmith's Columbia, a onrl>nratlon. .v r"m.
naked and wounded.In Isaiah 40: 31. llnant. end against B. Itee
churches Service Station next to hr.
,
urbed Gatatlan froe and Dora Kenfrne.
to him at Antioch. Ephesus Magicians then made I November courthouse. This buy In a drought stricken Motion of West VlrQlnla was one of J. .T. Thomas and Pearl Thomas wire his
ort fortune-tellers do The Good Shepherd The Lord the ultlmet conumero of t-: fooc-eu7: given' : by fie: American Red wife, and the awtey National Farm
Paul heir living as -- a
on to Jerusalem, I shall not want Cross I In the pact year. I', ore than 2.7BO.CC3 persons were. fad by the or- Loan Association, a corporation a*
(at Caesarea, went to Jeru- now., When Paul cured the peale ]lis my shepherd: Dunedin Hotel Dunedin In.. DJn'atlcn.II : dndant.

saluted the church there, .i and the magicians failed "This,I Surely goodness and mercy shall ,capitalized at $10,000 granted for The eale said,In iinental front of master the courthouse will offer* q

went northward to An-'was known to all the Jews and follow me all the days of my life: charter of incorporation. door In Stark, Florida, during the

o n which church he related Creeks: also dwelling at Ephesus; I lend' I will dwell in the house of Starke Gaiety Theatre reopened Dwytona Beich! -Mr. and Mrs. n'l J<"Vo West-Hotel and recreation: hours lend, of hours eleven of A.sale M. and between two o clock the

tension of Christianity to and fear feU on them all and the the Lord for ever.-Psalm 23: 1, with sound pictures. II R. P. Miller of Euatls donated building to be erected at Lowe p m on Monday:" the 7th day of De-

and the founding' of the,,lame of the Lord Jesus was magnified. 8.I Ensue Fountain' Inn openedu" Elks Lodge 100-room hotel for use! I Matecumbe highway ferry -slip In and cfember best A,blddor n Itll for to cash the, the hl.hee fol.

Ej at Pblllppl Thesalonlca, And many that believed!I I I November 12 ....- new management._ an home for crippled children. nnvrHate future lowing described pronerty situated NI
A The Pence ot God-The peace of In nradfnrd county, Florida, to-witt
land Corinth. Some think: came, and shewed their deeds. The Northwest
[ all understand IlUPOllT OF COUNTY; FUNDS, HHAI)FORT COUNTY: FOR PERIOD I1JIUUNU aEPTEIIIDIoJR aeTll iieas quarter of tho }f
[ which passeth Northwest
[letter to the Galations was(I"similar thing happened when Simon Cod, I nuarter and the North
Antioch. Ills third offered the disciples money for I I ing shall keep your hearts and I The following report of the re celpte and dlsburw.ment. of the County fund of Iaaradfnrd Coune for thewith half". at quarter In Section IS, Town
Jesus. period ending Heptembcr 80th, 1931. the balances I and warrant. nutstandina and a statement as-
In which Timothy and Tltompinled -1 the power to give to others the minds through Christ met and liabilities and the value of count,. prop..rty a" th. ...1<1 all reported "n the 10th d..y ship The r South.: "Kance 10 east, aluoi

Paul, was westhrough I Holy Ghosts (Acts 8:' 1824.) It Is PhIL 2: 7. ,of Ilshed September under the 1931 provisions by the Board of Chapt of ,. o :l. m ;": :,rt::. Flnrldaotnth.y" s o;:1o'=, {rg ; In Northeflst flnuthenst u Corn: quarter and 1 S-4 of acre th.*

the Taurus mottn- a dangerous thing to use the work of pit f quarter the Northeassquarter of ..,,-

thence through Derbe Lyilum of God as a mere means of profit. SAXTON don 14, Township 6 Mouth, llanee 19B.

and Plaldlan Antioch, 'Then, "Many: of them also which ea.t.
"
Paul left the main road and fused i iI I curious! arts brought their Preaching every first and third uS K. Special PIIRRTM Muter.RILIe"r AN, .
K. M.
I through the more health-+I I books together and burned them Sundays at 3 p. m, by Rev. W. B. "' JOHNS.for Complainant 'i11.1.6t.12.4.

ntry, finally reaching Eph- ,before all men: and they counted Christy of the Lawtey Methodist R q t..

i Lydia, the central Roman i I Ithe price of them and found it fifty church. Preaching services on second FUNDS ., t- .!'! ;,] .5 to ,s<
of silver. Confession ;. "" .. "" .. NOTICM' or APPLICATION FOB b
to on the Mediterranean thousand pieces and fourth Sunday at 11 ; < !! j: I! o.
TAX
I without reformation is usually o'clock by Rev Sellers of Jacksonville .'erri- :tlT : : -. c !t: = = ::t Nodes Is hereby fillet given, that HJ. J. ,
value. James said: i $ A 77. u Lewis, holder nf Tax Certificate t .N.
after small
that of
lesson
/1 says and singing in the afternoonat 66 411, the 4lh day nf August A. IX
MChed Ephesus "He went I II ). (Jas. 2: 18.). "Shew me thy faith 3:00: o'clock. Everybody invited. t. ;d 1)134.) .hAB filed said certificate: In my Jty'nffin '
and I will shew and made application for taS
and spake without thy works
synagogue, e deed to 'Issue thereon In
.. 1111 su 03.0 ,101 64 .7,1 97.s.7 &a.bO 40.609 &t) ill? /T accordance jl
works"After 3enerel with
|for the space of3 months,I thee my faith by my SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST Fine A Forfeiture---71--7------_ . ______.... _ . 1011.118 61.!0 4,4:1&: 74.848,88 ".ao 1110 111.80 197..st tnllnwind.sarlb.d law Bald certificate labstthe ".*
and persuading the Paul's work at Ephesus."Mightily Agricultural _ __ ... .-.r.--- .. . 119011 .__ __ 871.811 171.80 ___ ___ ___ __ 171.14 In liradford sit
. .._. ...____ tow county: Florid,
school Publicity .. .
the word of God Bot- - -- - [
of Manuel f
f concerning the kingdom I grew Sabbath at Building _ ...____.._..__ : : : 48064 .: 1111.85'.12000' : -81.49 South half of Southwest
la the synagogue be, of,lend prevailed." It was at Ephenus helo'a (Trubya Gorev) at 10:00: a. Widow Pension .___ _ _ 16864 10.00 i7ll1lJ 13460 10.00 111.00 10.00 113.SM of Northwest and quarter r;
lnd.btedn.eiTotals _ _ 104 sa 811.40 '.&1 118.80 811.40 'r! 4.81 18.40 II.n quarter Northwest
:
of John the Outstanding
i preached: to the Jews and 'that Apollos a disciple m. each Saturday. ._ ........=: .. 1042.01' 180.10 13,160.4a 1I&U.811 110.10 .n.n "".10 1011.10Aa.IIIT. quarter n :Acres n nf nf Houthwest Hy. Section: I quarter 1, E2ceps

tm he always received some 'Baptist, met Aqulla and Priscllla Bible study at F. J. Pattee'seoch : .. ... 7 S K. 39 Past containing Township 611 a..r...
ts who aided him. "But when and was instructed concerning Jesus Wednesday at 7:30.: .0. -- -- - - AND LIABILiTEI The. assessment nf II".r' ?
under the
were hardened, and believedt and was baptized and then Subject for Nov. llth "Creationand In the name eald of certificate Mrs Ella I.wls. was

ipake evil of that way bode I became one of the greatest preachers Redemption." Say it with Flowers Assets Cr Cr.Aalano. ITnlxsn said certificate shall be re. ;

multitude he departed of Christianity. The books and Every one welcome. _ cash In depository, all fends .._____._.___.___ a 3111.30Uncoll.ct. demed will ,Issue to remorse.the tax deee)
I a L ____ __. lard day
hem, and separated the dis-; parchments burned at Epheaus taa. _--.r-----..__66,011.13Sortplab111t1u tif November. A. D. 1111.
141.10
-""-------------------- ---- Dated this lard October
dlsputing daily In the schoolTprannus (I were probably guides In the wor- PRESBYTERIANServices Flowers For All \ P. 1811. day of A.
,l and Warrant. outstanding, current .__.L---___.._____.. 141.110 *
i The teachings1st Mn r>f thra pnMesa., Diana,% Warrant. for addition vf jail _-___..____...___._.___. .000.00 (Seal) Clerk O.of W. Alderman. 1
Christianity . was some contained formulas mlsterlesuibwutaUons Sunday November 8, as OccasionsGERTRUDE Circuit. Court.
I "The Totals .. _______._.____..._________._.66,603,13 .141.10 IO.U.le.II-IO.J1radforll county, Florid
Way probably be- 1I.n.4 of the magicians. follows: ___ ;> .
I Jesus said (John 14: 8) "I 10 a. m. Sunday school J. :M. ""- t VALUE OF COUNTY PROPERTY -NOTICE- - -or prMCATio1 -

i way the truth and the life: WEEKLY SEUMONETTE JTruby, supt. GODOEY Dr, .t'.%X HKF.lt FOB e

ruI cometh unto the father 11 a. m. Morning worship, sermon Notice Is hereby given, that J ..

me" Tyrannus probablysome Matthew 25:34: 33 36, 40. Then by the pastor. ANDERSON Court House _ _ . _______..___..___._._____.___ 10.000.00 Ermine 197, eel h holder day of nf tax certificate I No. a
.Jall __________________,-___ 18.0000U hoe filed said Auoriist. A. D lit.
kind of philosophy shall the King say unto them on I 8:30 p. m. Christian Endeavor. Phone 39 Waldo, Fla Furniture k Flstursr. Court house .40______.__.____..__._. 1.&OO.ou and mnde application cortlflcate In my office j
rwl probably: used his lectureat his right hand Come, ye blesses: Topic "Our Share in Making Furniture de rlatur., Jail ---------..--------.--.--.- .0.00 Issue thereon In accordance for tax deed with to.
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| hours when Tyrannua had of my Father Inherit the kingdom World Peace Permanent. Leader v Total _ ___ __ ___ .. ______ ___ ____ 41.860.00 I law.following" Said described rertlfldnte Property embraces situ the
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7---- ated In Hradford county Florida, to- '

1m i f: MAIN 'i THING: (' 'r MAIN STREET ;' = By L. F. Van 'ZahnTEni'4 Township wit Lot I 4), I Wondlawn South Kange Section Zl 15a"t.If,

The BsHosnment of said property y,
andthe sold certificate Issued wee ,
J In the name of Hamuel Clark
STEADY NOW- -__ OIEC25'q. AFIREN Unless said certificate. shall ha redoomed -
ttit1 IOM'T LBT jE s-aa- arrnrdlnir t" law tax deed
UZZ _.--" =' .IN.T TFIIRBNO ; ? will Ifsiie thereon nn the Vth day of
+ A"OUT IT- i' 'EM DROP 4 .Vovembar., A. P lel(. -
MAIN BTREEY'5NEWSDA9fi2 / \ O.D".I 1881. this/ IIh day of October A.

LeAH n. W.

U5E TH6T'R6 wdrtnrd PAPER :rl , (Seal, ) Clerk Circuit ALDERMAN CnurV! ,

ITIZEMS; SAVE CRYIN" aDIIIIN' : '' YwOaS esT4 vIHAT AgE" Id.e.tt.lt.a.Dradford. County, Florid.).

tNaR ?' yA CkOppIN dMILId Tlor: ;
r t-JOTEL 7"e R1D Arp.lr"Ti'roll d
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Notice. / Is hereby given that, w.
/ 6frlevr, holder of tax certlflrste N*
THE / ,f DO. Fourth day. of July A. D. Itfh
WNry FIRE HOCjEENT has riled said certificate In my office
and made. application for MX deed fa
on! THE BLINK. J ,Issue. thereon In accordance with
T THE law. Maid. certificate enihrares the
DAY-PO HOTEL following described property situ

''E ,TH5 Cf2OD HAD sled to-wlt'In: .Bradford County Florida, w

b PITCH IN AHO <3AVE"AT 1 ; I It On. a<-". In Northeast corner nf vt
/ !Th" Southeast. quarter. nf 8n.i'thweee
THEt COUfD OF."I charter also beirlnnlng I 6* yarrie
West of Northeast 4,
E enrner of ttoutb-
HOTEL AND tTgtEIONu.NCTS. "'."t quarter ot Hnulheast 'quarter
% and run .tIG'2.. yards, Hou H 449
yarde, East yards, North 44* ({
F' yards" t.. beginning In Section 30. + j
1 Township t, South Range II 11:....

.'. (,!:'var. aNO" containing under:; the assessment said 1* acres.certificate.of sal Issued property wa* r

In th. name of J J. Byrd r
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Unless said certificate shall be redsemed -
according to law. tax deed n
OROTfIY DAHifTT'ro B-v Charles McManus November.will Issue thereon A. P 1'31.nn the 14th day .(

D.Dat.d thle llth day of Oetober, A. b;


ToyGe I MTMER. PROr..rS1t) SAYS' .ouRE CooO'= tRELME YoutH CSHtER""AT OOej,- 4 CAyoER INACAS COUNTS Trig CooOUtA (Seal.) Clerk O: W.of ALDERMAN.Circuit Court.'

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C"ILLrc .lCG """D I TAf'T tN. 3TAToet 00I THff COMt IM. II.U.II'.Ir. County, riortOa-.
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FOR ..1 nyvrg ANOa Tel "' 0",QC'-' meea0tNd I- .. NOTICO OP AFFMC"TIO1* FOR
ILL AN NM .. : .w T'X frill;!?
: Notice ,le a
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'ry : : It. Thomas holdeof tai iertlf/Evae.'
; No. 13., Fourth day of July, A. D. rl.
r,". 1937 has filed said' certificate In my
..- office and made application for lag
m
deed to Issue thereon In aceordane

toll wlnK described .* 4the
property sUualsd -.
.lit Bradford county, Florida. '
tOt:::.f.
> or East half of Block 2l.
fJvlngaton. Truny Company's Sub. T
division' of Northeast quarter of
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Northeast quarter Section la Tewlto A
shin 1 Month, nange 33 East. 4
The assessment nf eald property
} tinder. the eald certificate Issued wite
L' In the name of Bam Tlson.
Unlexs. said certificate. shell be 1''. e
deemed according to law, tea e..< f}
will 1..,.. thereon on the !*tb day
of November, A. n 1111. a y
D'Dated] Ibis IJlh day ft Oeto...... X r,

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1,., ,: ' ,;a,, tw, t ...ougty :r ale a lph' :-.; ", \7 . . . .. , trutty...,...IkdeCllyB4pplrf+.o.--.... s Cotton GraBdjnMjVaybaoft: fle iout.of window Says wheA), ALL-FI.ORIDA RODEO

m ; : itiom.t t i pens j-Uth.; should happen >to'meet & rayo.canjftin-the door ( : XT TSKCXB&1 JArcadia.
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,, ? \\tis>,"'GJ, ,rfci.-rao"-: f ((3Estab.H8hed/J3frt, ; \ : .' : -. -t ,. . . running :around for con quit It ,fighting Iooks..*:would Jt getting b. ,easier..thw: ,'?' jvov. l

'. 'I'I'ub:: : and ntetedas f gr JD u1-at-latge tell him the water's'tlne getting some married couples ,to '_ _
i ed, W.kjyton Fridays; ,. ? Second-- Class The mOdem girl rolls heAr ours At, loser' twenty seem itYou
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I;' , + 'I. ;MatCer' at'the Post Office at Starke-Florida; Telegraph. Many leave' I to be tne'sWlm at this Um.I ..- stop never eee a woman wearing .u

'em 'off.- New Port Richey Preen Lake City Reporter. Probably an evening gown minus the back }

; ', { 'I'''' ; I 11& '$. Matthews .?._______?.___._.. Owner and Publisher --.-.- I(most ot. 'em. would prefer tarkllagunknown just for economy's sake. \\1. ,

Y i'''J.\,1\ (Ji: ttobitison k: ______________________ Managing\ Editor Business never gets too sorry to lagatnsr i opponents to running Beauty parlors can make elderly y
fishing. Starke But 1 con like flap
l' I '1 go Telegraph. ( ,- of our present women look something .,
i"4 the flshln' sometimes does]-Bron- greseman--revy County Journal. peril but thy .can't help 'em remember '
; ,' r r', 'J'( SUBSCRIPTION RATE son Journal. those
{q1 ; -- -- where they put spec -r
'' In Advance -a- I 'Delray Beach Hammer says there tacles. rd
t; ; ,, F -Yearly; 1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable
, ? Frog legs have placed Wauchula will be ,JM .genuine prosperity In Many girls who are wrapped up
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Advertising Rates on Application on its feet.-Starke :any community where It Is cheaper in themselves are not wrapped up

11n 1 ''Ai i, And put business on TelegraPb'l to rent than to own in much.Pathfinder.e" er !" i
I'1 all. Wauchula Advocate. Starke :Telegraph. Which bomes'-I -- '- -
Fate plays jokes on us I -J:1:
rP -- as tar as it goes: But Hoover sanctions the cancella
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The modern girl rolls her own.:-; tog the ,rent to the desired price tion of millions of European debtsto "un &

; .* N e>ft;'Wednesday is Armistice Day. Starke Telegraph. And doaan'l won't turn the trick!-Bronson this country In fact enough to which ,u... need a patent cigarette roller to Journal. the soldiers' bonus more than
!' /, Y pay .atr of the sr..l cattle Inrluilrjrof Carlton
, '. 0 help either.-Bronson Journal o -- twice and then has the effronteryto tfoutb Florida will again b. pool, of I Ih* AnnTl,',, 1"llu'"I Will ptIhb
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I ' ;' f, ; ',.:pon't: try .six cylinder love,on a motorcycle. - -o-- The small' counties are not fighting stand up before ex-soldiers who t. ttiotiMna of people an Tunriay I, drn>*during'.r and in.till ",ok.. IM
1 "1; Florida >la a well-paved e ate.- the big counties- they are offered their lives for their countryand and W..tfnr <1ay: Nnvtmbar 10 and It that I will Ii. 011'14 pmtnn' y
':{', .' ',' ". ," 0 ... Starke Telegraph. We've also heard merely trying to protect their tell them they are not patriots tl. when th ir. will acaln b. pr.. h. .ball-,r.caretIhr tt Irtint. "a
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' t u tl'Badine'ss ''more and more is going to a cash basis of another place that is said to be rights.Starke: Telegraph. And the if the ask their government to paya arntml the .Annual Rndre, AMFlorloaChamplonchlp an l *v..nl awepfln. it,* lnvlti07"S"nt '' 110
well paved with good intentions.nverness .- big counties, are not fighting the part of its debt to those who saved which .ha* ben aponcnred for Hnwv.r.. Fimld, "., I
0 Chronicle.A lithe counties-they are merely it from destruction. Nothing Mvcrnl American yara Ua'on.ArcaA4 by. K PoM of lbp. ecutlv.ltle rnuntrt la of n.tl FInrIAA\., ? .lot.

' / advertiser sell : -o- trying to"Ptotect what they consider was ever said about the lack of patriotism oittleants nn aub' "n Ihr rIAInA tlq,,
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'r r :;'A'dv'ertlsirig i l enables the to goods cheapen U a r at "rnI17 or h4 high ,, "
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: with hay fever does not are their ,. rights.-South of the thousands of clerks, although In more '' eerntrenlrhe forhl" It I. anlA pnnUhn Ihu
believe in.making hay while the Jacksonville: Herald, atenognphun etc. in Washington year* th* prouT* hav* mad* nMhlnR' hitter Ihnn lot
', f F 44rh(, . action i IvadlnK : . II ,nh.
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A l ' I "The Democrats.will 1 J / : hold a wow)in Marianna this sun shines =Starke Telegraph He : that were paid a bonus ,at_the close tor the pro'Iu"llnn of eltrun frplla and rnnRr llv. for wllh a time a stoup rlnn M,..
+ pow r'eayi
I probably wonders -One ewapape ,'reuOD than soldier and ,.f winter vcuvtablra. Uul onArmlnllr II
'why hay
, any I of the-war, larger any l P.rt? the prnpl of thl* Miiny nthor l r..,iut,, nl_,
?month' . way Y-Bronson'Journal. the railroads have'Iesa wrecks than ever dreamed of receiving at that InUnd city hark.. buck to tli* plnn ear mho" whole are townrnAAAliupn' ,
1' day and prmrnt. In the vlnlmm, .. | ,
ii I ,. o automobiles- because the time.-Sebrlng News.o In* the ocrl..,! i .
Burr.
frnm this and nthr ntntpii
r ( The last lap !In horse racing lathe veer never hugs the enga-I - nf moor th* unnrtm whlrtlchara anshlnlllon .lelUht to Ih. "l.lt"r, T"'I"'

f, rA} {!woman,can get a good grip on most anything except most exciting, and it's the Lake City. jRcporter. He Automobile owners 'should bearIn ..<*t..rla* the. cattl Induairy Oran InR IIn".o.It.II.n hna hrrnmp In. nor II.ulh II,IM.
her tongue. same way in matrimony.-SUrke though,, if she happened to be an mind that there will be no grace rll r ditjr.Nolhln !I. IInol lpnnlr from moor unto p
mlulntl which UuiUKlly In 'lte
throng
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._ Telegraph. And the town flapper attractive' woman.-Bronson Jour period next year tor purchase of iriiiitvd In a proxritm or The show "IA
II I i. o declares the flapper sees It that nal. This she will always be a he their license tag. Heretofore, it has this natur Th* riding nf wild pal path, whore elead evy IIlb,p,
borate unhrnkrn sloth h
; /h'' j ,l '.Capone;; h.. sn't' asked the government to extend him a way too.-Bronaon Journal. on reads 'where steam is wanted. always been customary for the .,,'h.r.d- from ynunff.th. nil lucent fxrni. qulpmtnt..It Ihl linn/ for I, "provlrtV,
'. -- - sheriff's in each county to administer and prnOpalntinl I Aiitliiwa-utrrr rldln > signs. Mfr.giiiinl.it i
moratorium.( Starke Telegraph opines that If If laws .were simple enough for the license law in their judge now. hull milk'AnRtInR In";, and and""m..n"tI roplnit.otheratunt wild'1 HKfllniit nrpM.. I l. It tnitSromforlnhl. ..

.. ,0 you haven't enough trouble to sat even a lawyer to understand them, ment; that is, refrain from making : will b. DrperntrA at urnprnxram .Pow-hny, from enG th,,af"tff, ? '
'J sfy you, try tapping a honeys the; common'people wouldn't have arrests if car owners did not In afternoon and era pintos rountr' .r, .iin.M prpl
i j ,+ ''''t mjlyard;:. (Wash.) (,News wishes road hogs :were susceptible nest with a walking stick. 0 r feel to; remain In such ignorance. purchase tags before February 1. Din Thle*; nf I*path a rhnmplonahlp 4ajr affair, Intrndiflng !for South' thin Florld t'...rh show. numh.(,.i." 7 J,

/. to cholera.? . to see if a wildcat baa any teeth.. Starke Telegraph. But it can not There was no uniformity of enforcement th* tmnt. nf cnntvBt In .mn'nirn unit prorMMnnii
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I, Oath vrnt and offering a prnxram !Inca 10 b. .
Times-Union It takes the motive nrnrtr Ihnn
bo otherwise. a* one sheriff( might require ??!
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-o-- behind the law to get at Its mean a new tag on February 1 - -- -----

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I'c ,' ,polld) :next $Iearr . been sent out with a "postage due" ',. simple parts has been argued over, It will be'different The auto license you consume all your third with the home of Mrs. J. C Ccni
; stamp.-Starke Telegraph. More'I for:. centurieaprJBr Journal tag law-was amended by the the exception of a few cobs, I divide day last week. j
t "r.t}< ; o likely he was sent without any I ---tr- 1931 legislature and the auto own my third among seven chil Mr. Earl and Lacy fanj

ii ,The double parking nuisance is getting to be too commona'uuiaance'oti stamp at all and la held for'want The worststgry!' Of. ::the-depres ers :who doea not purchase a tag dren- six hens ,two ducks and'a. were the guests of Mlssei ty
;, I; P 'our' streets of pO/tta&e-Bronson/ ; Journal sion',lhat baa come to this office prior to February, must pay a 23 banker> Bill, you are getting the Beatrice Underhill Sundu

/ : ','" ' ; -- ,was told yesterday by a man who per cent penalty after that date for est of me. It isn't fair for a mule
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ti, 3 J'! vi; ( .I 0 'Sun heat in Florida i a "cheaper stopped,*In td tell ;us 'to' change his failure to do so., The new law J the son of a jackass,,to rob a man noon.Miss Loren Green rpm
I the than steam heat In the north. the address of bit) paper. "I had to puts' all counties on the same foot 1I- -the lord of creation-of his sub day afternoon with her ]
;' I' + ; The scientist who says modern girl is inferior to themodern Starke Telegraph. Yes and think send my wife''back' to her folks," ing. Buying a tag during Januaryis stance. And come to think aboutit Juanita Williams.

; Y:. ,boy is after argument.. how much easier It la to sit in the he said and put my kids In the or not compulsory; but paying the you only help to cultivate the Miss: Rosa Moore pmt d

b dj ; ,,. sun than to keep the fire or the phan's home,-and on top of it all 39 per cent penalty /Is.-Ocala Star. ground. After that I cut. shock night In Jacksonville.
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,j ::nyltr 1 0 furnace going.-Bronson Journal.A' I blamed near lost my. car.-Kel- D and husk the corn, while you look Mr. and Mrs. J. J. R

kA ''1 'Avery t Powell' intimates those towns bragging of empty O i lihwr (Minn.) Forum. The Feller Passin' By over the pasture and 'he-haw at daughter, attended church j

jail are cheating justice in some manner. son was born to Mr. and Mrs. D When the evening fire Is burnln and Mrs T. J. Uoore'iTJ
William Klelntop, Lehlgh avenue, The joke deluxe for the coming an' the lights are way down low me."All the fall and part of the winter night
Y 'rr'1:",, : --'- --o- during the past week. Congratula year the "people's candidate. an' the old dreams come a crowdln' the whole famlly from Granny Mr. E E. Green and 1

/ 'J. It: will not be long before shortliners will kill two lines dons, Petel Palmerton (Pa.) Starke Telegraph. Yes, before from the days of long ago, there down to the baby, picks cotton to were business visitors In J>|
} Press. I am staying away.-Tar election. After they will declare comes a sort o' longing' in the help raise money to buy a new set vIDe one day last week.
a i of apace in saying "Do your Christmas shopping early. pon Springs Leader Why they wear no man's collar and are heart of ev'ry guy, to make the of harness and pay interest on the The basketball game Uul

'J o --oAutomobUlate -- not controlled by any'set of men, burden lighter of the teller passin'by. mortgage on you And by the way played Friday afternoon
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l rr + will not object to and will prove It by doing things what do you care about that mortgage very interesting game. Tbi
Musical comedy show advertises a lot of new faces will the ponies and dogs helping themto that,they would only do for moneyor It ain't so much the money, an' ? It, doesn't worry you any. was 7-9 In favor of Lawtfj

1' ', Di Iz be seen this year. Lots of people. haven't seen the faces of pay some of the state's running something else they want right it ain't so much the style, but just Not a darn bit. You leave that to Mr. M. Rhoden and ion Cli

1 Ile '.a the old ones. expenses.Telegraph Why should badly! ,Bronson Journal. the way o' glvln' makes the other me, you ungrateful, onery cuss. were business visitors toMonday.
they, since the dogs and ponies win : feller smile an' when we sort 0'; "About the only time I am better ,
make it 'by running?-Bronson Scriptural Proof chuckle, an' get to wond'rlng why is on election day for I can Mr. Wade Gasklns wen tb

" ' An evangelist tells his heaarers if they want to know what Journal. A. colored!,,.mammy was muchconcerned we feel so gosh darn happy helpIng I vote and you can't. But if I ever of Miss Josephine Green tj

,' the'Blbld' ( eaya'aboutwolaen wearing pajamas to'read Deuteronomy -- because\ her small son the fevers pas ln' by. -j(get any more out of politics than afternoon.Mr. .

South, Florida Fair Is''going to ,was eating 00 much sugar cane. So beside the evening fireside, you do, I fall to see where.it la"Heilbronn Perce and Buck El
H 22:://J.'; {it to give away forty thousand dollars in "Yo hear, me George Washln when the lights are way down low, 0- were the guests of ThelmaB
't prizes next spring, and that sounds :ton;' she shouted to him, "Yo' an' the old dreams come a' crowd- I Thursday night j

si 'Ai like olden times.-Starke Telegraph gwlne die efen yo' doan stop eatln' n' from the days of long ago, I We are all glad to tow
i ,,, ; "'Boy, our pardon for the error. It seems swamp distilleries .And the fair keps on keep date cane. 'Member; what you read there comes a sort o' fancy that Clarence Rhoden Is toprovil

d Q.{ Instead of being put out of business by the dry weather ng on, and get tin' bigger and better in de Good Book, "Cain klnedAbel' some day you and I'may be the Springs Mrs. L. L. Bryan and d
every year-Bronson Journal. friendless feller down 'n out a (Thelmu Ithoden, Cor.) spent Tuesday night witBho;
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wells. Y"o
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,I/ .' 1'' i-"N ', o Frog legs placed Wauchula on Local stores should buy as much -Author Unknown. f
Half of.the enjoyment of life is seeing others' enthusiasm. Its feet-Starke Telegraph. Pos of their produce from home growers There was a very large crowd Largo H. D. Ulma
f'.trending
1 church at the home of enlarged and impnvij
But before that it bad been can''be 8ecured.StarkeTelegraph.But. Plant
sibly. as Are WorthLess
would the football in the world be like to Proving Frog's Legs Mr.
What greatest game slttln .'comfortably 'enjoying the ..how'' can you expect Than Brains and Mrs T, J. Moore Tuesday

;",, on* .sitting. alone- ins great .stadium. ? returns from the last cucumber and them to buy from the farmers Showing how smart Florida's night
!-Bronson JournaL farmers.. do so much of Mrs. T.' J. Moore of Heilbronn, $$5,000.00IN
strawberry crops when the ramous Frogs are, the Atlanta
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j. :.1'\ r was called to the bedside of her
John) C. Lochner, editor of Florida Newspaper News, has .__ their buYtna.from Sears, rule Sawbuck that Journal says B. H. Pope; of Hope sister. :Mrs Sidney Crawford'

'been\ elected I secretary of the Lake county chamber of com' Powell DAvery' thinks the 'only don Company R work! ItIs tioth wayp. .' r .Bronson. vllle Florida, Ga, ,where used to one live day at Lakeland Mr. Pope, Jacksonville Mr. Lonnle Sunday night CASH PRIZE!

merce1! A'. good man in a rood county.. lima: jnan, can; 'laugh' these, days Journal ;"r. I and a frog were sitting beside a Edwards .Crawford and Jack Drug,*
fl, ,l,, Is when he .finds his wife going -4--- -' wergvlalUng, our section See Your
f fl 0 through his pockets.-Starke Tele Total 'polltlcalmater'''received lake.A Sunday afternoon.
water snake approached the
ti? Auto owners will have to figures out a new way next graph. wan If that Isn't time to to date 4Zpage ; total. cash received frog. "The frog seemed too frightened -

January to put off buying a new tag for the bus. Parking her laugh 'when would beT-Bronson $0.00; :total number to jump, but he 'evidently .

In the) garage will not save a penalty. i Journal. )pages consigned to wastebasket wasn't too frightened to think.;'
---o-- 46;; used as news 1 page.-Starke I Mr. Pope reported. The frog,
., Y'' o I Ambulance owners seem to enjoy Telegraph. The Telegraph used entirely I thinking rapidly, picked up a stick
s ,. Perhaps you have heard of the young woman who fainted I putting up their phone numberon too much under the circumstances. and held It crosswise in his! mouth

'>' i YI 'f when a man got up and offered her his seat. When she revived the worst curves to be found. Political matter Is not so the snake couldn't swallow him. ,
Starke Telegraph. Why not! They worth using even as "filler" when"copy"fa
That sounds strange to a Georgian.
r'ay' and thanked the man, he fainted. I Io know where they will be most scarce. Candidate should Up here they are used to

I'rM .I needed, don't they?-Bronaon Journal realize this.-Bronson JournaL hearing their friends teU stories

The carpenter's hammer plays a gay sounding tune in ..--o-- about the Intelligence of their
u J. C. Robinson, of the Bradford dogs, or the clever sayings of their
1 Starke these days, with several houses and buildings being re
The state gave lands to the railroads County Telegraph Starke, thinks children but the Georgia frogs are
j modeled and others in process of construction.To to Induce them to extend he la in an awful fix. "When the not so bright The Lakeland incident I

o lines; now they give the highways only girl looks up at you with is not exceptional: to one familiar r
t 1 to truck lines.-Bradford CountyTelegraph. 'hesitating' voice and
hopeful,
'' understand with fellow with Florida frogs.
to humanity sympathize
hss try our it her PrincessEugenie
And is a flfty-flfty asks how she looks In Here In for Instance
Hillsborough.
man, give to each emotion as incomes to us only its due break.-South Jacksonville Her what's fellow going to a few years ago when

;'' ; importance will help to broaden and temper our lives. aid. dot" .a kS. 'Hobby. ActionnotwardsZwill.iln bUl-Lake snakes were plentiful the frogs The Train Is As Safe As
I) that
0 used to carry canes . r So they'd
Apopka Chief define the three Worth Her>)iQ.ThaYa, a'good tip, always have a stick handy And
"I ti, ,, .What a wonderful land, this Florida-no long, cold ruling powers of this country as Lucille--squeeze her so tight; sh.can' when a snake came along the frog

,l. snowy winters, plenty of green vegetables the year around, the press, pulpit and petticoat look up and' see the grin. would put the middle of the sUck the Trestle It Crosses. r a

I ' r plenty'o! natural fuel-and no gangster'guns popping. Starke Telegraph. Which would ... \ 0 In his mouth . And raising hisrI&bt e e
it In Russia
would Jrobably be satisfactory The first cold weather fore-leg?place the thumb to
h a they would put the petticoats first we celebrated by the authorities his nova

1 l The1 main difference between antique furniture and the Bronson JournaLo forblddlne::, lUzeDa'' to heat their And that, children ie why so The modern ,railway train is eminently

-- homes without special permission many snakes are.rattled.-P. II:. BIn soundest p*:
modern'stuff from a neighbor's viewpoint is they know you Prohibition must not be making from the municipal government It Tampa Tribune., 'safe. It is constructed on the

'' ,haven,finished paying for the new and they wonder if your the bootleggers rich. One convicted would be Interesting to hear a communist =O--- sible principles, and is operated by men of

'k ti ancestors had a clear title to the antiques. in Lake county couldn't pay ". 33 agitator tell negroes In this A Han and a Mete skill and Yet while t the
cent fine.-Starke Telegraph But country they couldn't have a fire (Birmingham N....) cool judgment.

'' o he was one of the little fellows without permission from headquar A farmer was plowing and ta king train is crossing a trestle it is no safer
The Perry News has changed hands but the new owners lad he been one of the big runners ters.-Bradford County Telegraph. to hie mule: "Bill you are a resu
are retaining that old remnant of Pine Knots and Cypress he could have paid 933,000 and not The communist never tells the bad mule the son of a jackass and I than that trestle. Your savings, the

''i Knees-=Leslie George, thereby retaining one of the best missed It.much.-Bronson' Journal newa until it le too late Jacksonville to do anything am a man made in image of God. of long effort and sacrifice: and deternui*
o- about It South Yet here we work hitched together
nee"the
W known characters In Florida newspaperdom., You must have heard of the old Herald. year In and year out. I often tion, protect you. But they, in turn

3i' o. farmer who named his son Mortgage DJCseuM wonder if you work for me, or I for protection of bank. Be sun
a strong
he would never leave the Mei I
so
Sometimes I think this Is de-
While not member of the League of Nations the United I i you. a safely <
a that
i old farm.-Bradford County Ttle- I A maiden fair partnership between a mule and a your hard-won savings are
Is concerned in the outcome of the controversy A man down this way sun-klat hair '
i States vitally graph I With fooL For surely I work as hard posited.
'', I It between'Japan and China In the event of war there would named his son, Taxes, Just to Maura r Came tripping down the street;:- 'aa you. If not harder. Plowing
he would grow a UtUe.efery Her face serene we cores the distance
here cams
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bb-a:possibility of us being drawn into it, willingly or unwillingly.
year Dade City Banner. ,,Her age sixteen but you go It on four legs and I on
D .Gee. but she was sweet. two So mathematically speaking, The BANK'of STARKE
F a o If all would remember that the I do twice ae much per leg ae you
old) adage that a dog that will bring .'On'a'banana hide
In Arkansas where' razorbacks are really razorbacks, do."Soon BANK
r t a. b on s. will, carry: one appliee ee She took a elide- well be preparing for, aDorn ANHONORROLL
they! -hunt'.them' With. rifles Dili; winter- '' for', 'food. When. the PST to scandal mongers and With a jolftaat shook her' curie; crop.- -When the crop le har- >E. S.\"Matthews. Pres. R. J.. D vi Cw**

A hunter spots'one of the! hogs husky; enough to root without would treat them accordingly r, But the words she used rested,1 give one-third to the land -., ;

lrearing.bis.1)llndfeetoff the ground he Is considered.read1'10C' many of these sneaking tale-bear Must be excused lord 'for being kind enough to let Safety BepMit'BozeV ProvdeTr ; safety
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r.
ere would soon get wise to them For> she's one of our nicest gtrL.Jisddag be! .use thleoortter-of-God's unt- r "
.tornlnff Into'spare ribs. ?, telYee.-SUrke' Telegraph.' Aimt { (Iowa) xaala.ilrt'll versa The> ether third (.oee to you 1 \

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