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 13, 1931
Frequency: weekly
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Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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Council Baisden Forsyth Wins of Starke Over By State ForestersTo ARMISTICE DAY ANNIVERSARY r


, Technical Knockout Play Fair 'With the Taxpayer 1 h
Holds Session .- Visit Starke

; Starke Boxer on Winning' Side of 'f. r CELEBRATED ON B. H. S. CAMPUS ,l
-- Bout When lie Throws Unla ,.,
Additional Tax Levied den Out of ., Editorial. rr
t ? Mills Ring. Wednesday, November 18th ( )
i, A8 salaries are Ordered Cut thirty-five or more state foresters Bradford CIRCUIT COURTCOMPLETES Armistice Day was observed''
,u' Gainesville Nov.' 10.-It was a from as many: different states county's commissioners have set next Monday here with inspiring patriotic exercises . A
a e i city council met In regular hectic night for boxing fans at the make Starke their Mecca. At 2:30 November 16th, to hear owners of property delin- TERM tinder the auspices of the
+ Ion with the following mem- City Club arena last evening. The they will visit the turpentine experiments quent for taxes make an offer to redeem tax certificates Jones-Langfotd-Whfte Post of the
M s present: J. F. Colley. J. C. crowd was a small one comparedto near Kingsley Lake un- on their' From Fall term of circuit court had American Legion the speaker of
property. offers
until*, W. L. Wall. N. Stern-I the merit of the attraction, but der the guidance of L. Wyman and received before, 25 percent practically completed Its work the day being the Honorable R. A.
: g Mr. Wall acting chairman. those who did turn out were amply C. Olsen of the Forest Experi- of the amount of the tax levied and not paid by Wednesday afternoon, a rece-s be- Green, U. S. congressman from this ?

., fctem. rewarded, for they saw three ment Station. Any persons Inter- these property owners during: the past few years, will ing taken until 11 o'clock Thursday district. ,
' [tautes of the last meeting were rounds of the fiercest milling It ested in forestry are invited to be about-af they will offer again-meaning the morning to hear any motion Marching to the Bradford Coun- 4
'e ml and approved. would be possible for two welter- make the trip. A sign has been county that might come up. ty High School campus were the
H pen motion It was ordered that weights to stage, and it ended In placed on the north side of the will l collect,;$250 and lose $750 of each $1,000 so due in Cases disposed of from Thursday I' following American Legion men t
" y trade In old gas gun for new dramatic fashion when Vasco For- Kingsley Lake road about six taxes. morning of last week through A. J. Thomas, commander; N. D. C
w j for use by night marshal.Mr. syth. "Pride of Bradford" fiercely miles from town to show whereto The Wednesday are as follows: Wainwright, Jr., L. D. Vinlng,
r '. wainwright one of the exe- i battered Kid Baisden of Valdosta turn off. >v. taxpayer should attend this meeting-the citizen Eitella White assault with In- Floyd Green Jesse Alexander Bert
" or for the estate of J. W, AI- In the fourth round and had Baisi Prior to their visit here the party who kept Bradford's credit good during the last few tent to murder; withdrew plea of Johns, Guy Cady, Kirk Lewis, J.

, rea discussed with the council i den hanging on. Forsyth, eager for of foresters will Inspect the state trying| 'years of high taxes-these high taxes being not guilty and entered plea of E3. Corpening, W.S. Slbley. B. XX u''
r' tter of city agreeing to accepts the knockout tore Baladen loose by forest nursery at the state prison made still higher guilty of aggravated assault. 9100nd McKinney Chap Wpkeron. Ray; i"
s operate library as provided in sheer force and the Valdosta boxer farm where they will arrive about by the taxdodger refusing to pay his costs or 60 days In county Newsom. E3. K. Porrymnn. William
' 1 lot the said J. W. Alvarez. Ac- off balance and dizzy from the 12:30.: equal part of the tax bill. On the shoulders of the tax- Jail.: Strlngfclow, Mr. Crews, Eugene
n was deferred to the first meet- slugging he had received ,fell out Ctarke Is fortunate to have' sorarny payer the last few years has rested a double burden- Sam Wilson breaking and enter. and Zenas Griffis, J. A. Saul E. jl
December. of Ing; withdrew plea of not I It Wells, Freeman Register and
the visitors
( In ring. come to see the payment of his normal guilty
own taxes and the
increase
., kppointments, for the year were The boxing commission of the strawberry turpentine and. timber due and entered plea of guilty. ,Two I Charley Cooper.
'r tponed to November 17th. 1931. American Legion decided that center of the South. in most part by the taxdodger refusing to help him years state prison. [;, The pupils of the school, 671 +
discussing salaries etc., of while the act on, Forsyth's part --. -. e-- carry'the load. Henry Davis, assault to murder; strong marched out from their
employees the followingedule was not intentional. It was a viola- withdrew plea of not guilty and rooms and were lined up in an orderly *
was fixed: tion of boxing rules and the decision New Building For Mr. Commissioners, the taxpayers of Bradford, with entered plea of guilty. Three years manner there were also

' Sty council, $1.00 per meeting. went to Baisden on a technical Coca Cola Plant out assistance from taxdodgers, have brought your state prison. numbers of citizens and out of
tfarahivl. $100 per month. knockout. The pair will be matched county thrpugh the high tax era with colors flying. Union and Willie Robinson, town people who came to pay the
Night marshal 75.00 per month.ck to meet week after next for a And that breaking and entering to commita tribute of their presence ,on this t pf
driver $1.75 per day. return, bout.Baisden Workmen started this week removing now Mr. Taxpayer can see a reduction of fifty felony; plead guilty. Union Rob- memorable anniversary,
uck driver belper $1.25 per had two of the tour the 'old frame building on percent in his future tax bills, he will still rally to your inson was sentenced to three yearsIn The inspiring open air service
9 round the first and third, the second the corner of Madison street and I support. There Is no need 'at this l late day to considervumjji state prison; Willie Robinson re- was presided! over by Commander
e above will net a saving of was n. draw. but PPnrnvth rut the railway- used for years bY the a .. _ ":""I..._ 'nJ .... . .. ceived lecture and deferred sentence A, J. Thomas: and as' an opening t
Coca Cola plant, and the structure I ujuioe wiui. the taxdodger-put; mm on the song the audience
e 600 per years, loose with rights and lefts in the on condition he take care of 'Joined: in sing.ing
The assessment of millage foi fourth, and slugged' the Valdosta win be replaced entirely with brick"nt : same basil as you did the taxpayer-if he doesn't want his mother. "My Country 'Tls of Thee,.
taken and concrete. Plans for use ol his Truby Robinson, larceny of which was led by Mrs. A. E. Wall.
i current year was up boxer to a finish. There la no property with.the present reduction in taxes others auvwiiiwAivji
the entire building have not been _....._. _I__A h __ Dr O. II. Lowry t
i following were made: question but that Baisden saved will relieve' (uuuu g Kuiuy. One year. I prayed a fervent
.General fund, 9 mills: road and saved himself by hanging on in the completed but it is likely the corner ) him of it and pay the taxes to get it. That David Herndon, first degree prayer, which followed by taps being -

(dge fund, 4 mills; Interest fund, fourth round and Forsyth, rugged adjoining Torode Chevrolet is,the reason for this sudden urge to redeem tax landsat murder; entered plea of guilty of blown and the large flag on the h
uills; sinking fund 2 mills, total boxer that he la, literally tore Company will be used for a filling a'75 percent discount. murder in second degree. Twenty campus being lowered to half mast
station. The Coca Cola will In honor of
17 mills. plant years. those who gave their t
mills. Total last year, Baisden loose. Forsyth had given
log to large amount of tax Batsden 10 pounds advantage In use the rear of the building, with Mr. Commissioners, if you allow a taxdodger a hand- L. A. Meade, mortgaging prop- llves'f&r their country. The audience y

_ftcates held by the city for weight, he weighed 144 and Bais an entrance from Madison street. somo reduction for refusal to pay his tax bill promptly, erty under Hen; plead not guilty. sang "Here They Come
J This will eliminate the last Our Soldiers
building So s
Continued. Boys
9, and 1030 it was necessary den 154. every taxpayer of Bradford county has the Brave, and
same right
frame structure within that blockof Commander Thomas
William Norman Crews told beau-
Lode a
,
the raise in mlllage. Marvin ,
make In the semi-final Key b y
Committees of City Council won a decision over Vernon Rowe buildings. C. N., Cooper is the to refuse to pay his taxes for one or more years, and Emma Crews, enticing away female tiful Incident that happened in

Streets sidewalks and buildings of Lawtey in eight rounds of satisfactory contractor. then to come before you and ask for the same reduc- person for prostitution. William France during the war. ,

W. L. Wall, chairman; N. Stern- mlUl g. The two welter- e tion in his tax bill. If it is fair and just to one, it is Norman entered plea of Congresamtn Green made an 11,
rg, J. C. Manning. weights mixed:> it. freely at times CULVERT WORK ON STATEFARMMACCLENNY fair and just to all. Are guilty; sentence pending.,, Lode eloquent address citing many highpoints ;,
going to
Finance and taxation-J. F. Col- but fought. a, cautious fight each tOAD you penalize the tax- Crews and Emma Crews found not In history and closing witha
'. chairman; J. C. Manning N. respecting .the other's punching IS ALMOST COMPLETED payer aid reward the taxdodger? If you do, then it guilty by Jury touching tribute to the American-
will be good Walter Franklin alias Gee soldiers both living and dead. .
berg. 9w power ,,from previous meetings.As business for every taxpayer to become a Boy "
The culvert work the state Commander Thomas
on Franklin
waterworks and breaking and entering to expametl
trio lights, -' taxdodger '
protection-W. L. Wall chalr- Seen by "The Old Sport" farm-Macclenny road is almost commit misdemeanor; plead not that the Post was named for three .,
- i,, N. Sternberg, J. C. Manning. Newel) completed according' to Mr., J. Mr. Commissioners, if any consideration is due, this guilty. Found guilty. ,Three years. Starke men who made the supremeti
Gainesville Evening Lewis who is In of this sacrifice on the battlefield
N. charge due Buddy McLain and Kerry Jackson in
Rules, laws and ordinance-- consideration is the
for
NOmatter what Vasco Forsyth work and who-.was interviewed on taxpayer paying the breaking and entering to commit Franco, namely William J. Jones,
chairman !. F Colley.
mberg, ,
,L..Wan. does it is wrong in the eyes of Tuesday. At present they are amount placed on his property with your consent and mledcamonr. McLain had plead Neal Langford and, Richard Ray '

sanitation J. C. Manning some boxing fans. No matter what of building the culvert Just south of knowledge as a fair and just tax. Certainly you are guilty to tho charge at previous White.
he does it is right in the eyes Macclenny. which will probably be term of court and sentenced. Case Commander Thomas then Intro. ,
Ml:. not to blame for
moan. J. F. Colley SternS the accumulation of taxes thetaxdodger's
fight against
others. After any Forsyth the last until the right-of-way against Jackson nolle pressed. duced to the audience Mrs. L. D.
the fans go outside of the arena through Macclenny has been thor- property, then why should you even con- Perry Johns and Paul Baisden, Vining, president of the Legion "1

and proceed to argue their pointsof oughly agreed upon. These culvertsare sider granting him a bonus,for evading payment of the arson; plead not guilty. Verdictof Auxiliary; Mrs.. Alice Langfordand
flfSTEES CONSIDER discussion. Hundreds of dollars built of iron piping with cement tax: set fair and not guilty Mrs J. W White gold star
you as just his
is offered in betting and not on property 7 mothqrs.Rev .
BRIDGE WORK heading at both ends.It P. E. Johns selling mortgaged
one dollar'' changes hands. Discussions Is yet unknown whether this Mr. Commissioners if you accept any such offers you property; plead not guilty. Instructed / L. W. Klckllter, a veteran ;
[The board of bond trustees of will wax warm to the road will run by the courthouse' are not assisting the taxpayer-you are aiding the tax- verdict of not guuty because of the war between the state made '
Itord county Florida, met Nov.In point where action is about necessary here or go straight into the nat- dodger. of Improper affidavit and illegal the closing prayer and pronouncedthe
regular session with aUmbers and then it cools off and ev- ional highway at Sharpe's filling : warrant. benediction. ;
i present. Minutes of the : eryone departs the best of friends station. Henry Canady obtaining money .
t meeting were read and aped and ready for resumption of hostilities The work of grading this road Is under false pretense and disposingof Legion Puts on First

next Monday night. going forward as rapidly as pos- I CONGRESSMAN'GBEEN ItOAD 28 SIGNS WILL mortgaged? property Not: incustody '
Ceo. H. Cairns county eneer Vasco Forsyth is one of the I sible. '' The grading crews are at DELIVERS RADIO TALIi I 4 BE IN POSITION BY and bond fixed at $:100. Bout Armistice Day for Alachua county, request quietest cleanest boxers that local Sapp station now, about nine miles END OF NEXT WEEK Perry Johns Newt Johns John -
I the board to investigate con- promoters do business with. After south of Macclenny. The people Congressman R. A. Green 'ol Prescott Raymond Prescott at-I The local post American Legion
uctlon of McKinney bridge the mill last night Baisden and hope to have a hard-surfaced road Starke was the speaker during th I Lake City Short Route to Palatka tempting steal hogs; plead not put on the first boxing card) .in
i Santa Fe River. The board Forsyth met In the club office, along this route before many more time allotted American LegionAuxiliary I and East Coast to Be guilty. Continued. I their new quarters Wednesday evening . ,
ed> to make the necessary In- got their share of the purse shook moons. It will give the farmers a over WRUF Monday afternoon , Advertised Commodore Crews, breaking and under the management of a'
Ugatlon and if satisfactory handS, remarked it was all in the chance to get their produce to the delivering a radio addresi entering; plead guilty. $25 and Matchmaker J. C.. Prevatt to a
Iford county to pay one half fight game and that they would Jacksonville market over pave ones education appropriate to the Word has been received here costs or 60 days In county jail. small crowd of fans.
> coat I show the fans a real fight next ment and open up a route from observance of American Education from II. H. Tanner of Palatka sec' Arthur Barren, embezzlement The semi-final between Roy Reynolds ' n
[Mr. Calney was authorized toe I time they met and left for home some of the Vest farms in Baker Week which began, Sunday. retary of the State Ro-id ?fi A"-'I and grand larceny; plead not guil' and Young Perkle of Jacksonville
order for 3000 feet bridge leaving the arguments In the hands and Union counties.-Macclenny The representative at Washington elation, that all of the big road ty. Continued. was a slashing eight-round "'
her' at 23.00: per 1000 deliver of their respective supporters. Reporter. from the second congressionaldistrict sign. advertising thin new *.. ,.t I Florence Wiley ,George Wiley, affair, which terminated In a draw
lumber to be cut to county The affair of last night was of Florida reviewed the route will be in place by the end of j(I Lena Carter, .W A. Cook, grand The main bout. between Bill Teases
'cations. clearly accidentaL Forsyth was FRUIT TRUCKS OVERTURNS educational system of Florida, gave, next. _wren._ larceny; plead not guIlty. Bonds or Ocala, and Sammy- Lucas of
on the winning end of the round interesting statistics concerningthe The present schedule calls for fixed at $900. Jacksonville, was a poor exhibitionand
GET HUNTNQ LICENSES and when Vasco baa an advantagehe Friday morning' heavily load- entire country and laid stress:I six large signs on which the routeof Everett Crews assault to commit the end came In the fifth round
follows it up and he tore Bais ed truck of grapefruit destined for on the fact that illiteracy is gradually the road Is clearly shown and murder; plead not guilty Con when Lucas quit. Gilbert For- >
County Judge Gardiner, advisea den loose. Baisden is a clever defensive Jacksonville and shipment abroad being eliminated. He paid a tho termini. Palatka and Lake tinued. sytn's man ran out at the last minute i
inters' not to watt until the last boxer but in this case he lost the last two tiers of boxes tribute to the schools of Florida City prominently displayed. Two Joe Rlgdon. alias W. J. Mann, and these boys were substituted. -
flute to get a hunting Itc-t' e f-.r should have takes the count when when it made the turn at Call and both the Institutions. of higher of these signs go north of Lake withholding support from minor, J. D. Harder and John In man t
*season opening next Friday. He I he was ,In trouble and saved him I Temple the boxes in most cases learning and the common schools City on road two one west on road child; plead not guilty. Found gull fought a bang up fpur-round boutIn
a -upply of license blonKS in breaking open and strewing the calling attention to. the fact that one, one at the point where the ty. Sentenced to present receipts the first preliminary which was
...._._._ _____ self.Reeardless
dLeaa and uuuicra wiu n experI. ; of the fact whether grapefruit on the pavement. According the standards of education here are road takes off front road one near' .)t spring term circuit court show a draw. Billy Parker put his man
no delay if they make appll- you like'or dislike Forsyth the f'ujt to the driver his entire steadily belng'ra1Med.Congre.smag .- this city and two on the southern ing what he had contributed to away In first .round with a two- 5
I. ahead of opening day ,, remains be always turns In a hard load fell off the truck in Ocala a Green was also the end of the road to attract northbound support of minor children. Acted attack.
fight and his present tactics are,, few hours earlier. A bad dip where principal speaker at a flag raising traffic. The grand Jury also returned a Mr Prevatt says he has some
iclenny Top dressing belaid pleasing ones. Whether you are the brick pavement Joins the highway and Armistice day program held at The signs cost In the neighbor true bill against Gus McFashlon, first class boys, who will box herein
on state road No. 1 thru for or against Forsyth, the fact and a top-heavy load usually Lacrosse Wednesday afternoon. hood of $1,000 the funds having charging disposal of mortgaged the near future the dates to be
y. "? remains he takes them, as they results In disaster at this point to Wednesday night he spoke before a been obtained from communitiesfrom property. No bill was returned by announced later.
come. Baisden outweighed him 10 trucks trying to make the turn too Masonic gathering ,the same DeLand north to Lake Butler. that body against Hudson Morganand .
HNN N..N.NN but that didn't mean a place, both meetings being attended Lake City is expected to pay a : J. C. Dennison for breakingand CARD OF THANKS
TAXPAYERs ASKED thing to Vasco for he will be on fast.Sunday afternoon a semi-trailer by large audiences. small part of the coat And CoL Roy entering. -
MEET WITH BOARD TO hand week after next to fight Bais loaded with 135 cases of grapefruit: e Chapman Is-chairman-oftb.. committee I We wish to express our appreciation il
BERRIES BY THANKSGIVING for the'worda of
den at the same oM poundage. turned completely over at the same which has the matter In sympathy
County ;;:;; spot the back part of the machine STARKE WELFARE i charged-Lake City Reporter SEEN LIKELY and deeds of kindness extended WI'by ? l
G. Crews w'owr. J. A. A. SMITH DIES IN LAWTEY becoming detached from the drI.er'a ASSOCIATION TO MEET I our friends during our bereaves
Telegraph bas requested the cab when the 'top-heavy load ] II Plant City. Nov 10.There v.1P meat at the death of our dear
to notify the taxpayers resident A of the above association CARD TIIANU. sufficient Cone: +
of A. A. Smith. well known of boxes pulled It over. The streets meeting OF be strawberries In quantities mother Mrs. L. I i
that he. Bradford county' of Lawtey, passed away Tuesday and driveways of Smith's Filling will be held at the home of to ship for Thanksgiving this Jt Bernard Cone, W. Francis u
board as a member,, of the morning- at 7 o'clock at his Station was strewn with the broken loin..Raymond Th.eday".afternoon. I We wish to express our heartfelt year In the Plant City area. At Cone, Charles R. Cone. Mrs.'S. v.' i iAndrew.
elUzena wants to aa Interested home following a several weeks I boxes .and scattered fruit. *t 4 o'clock. 'This meeting shouldbe I thanks to the people of this least this Is the opinion as expressed .. Mrs W. S. Johns.;; Mrs
COnunlaeloners meet With the Illness wen attended as there are several ',town who have been so kind and this week by several who are C..W. Colson. award
16tb. At Monday, Nov. Funeral services were held at THREE TRUCKS PECANS cases la the town needing assistance helped us so much during the sick keeping a close watch on berry
Question of thla meetID&' the Grace Methodist church at 1 p. m. RECEIVED FROM FLORIDA Plans will'be made to ness and death of our daughter and I patches and calculating the possibilities 'this season in coming forward -:
of.the accepting a portion Wednesday. conducted by the Rev. raise fundfor-'!.thtrworfcOther sister Mrs. W. M. Thomu. We also of berries by Thanksgiving.W. with.some 'strawberries for
en certain delinquent taxes W. Christy pastor. Immediately N. D. Walnwrlght of Starke, towns are taking tare of their own wish to especially thank Drs. O. Hodges local buyer, who the Thanksgiving: market ''other
county In properties In the after the services the funeral par- Fla. brought three truck loads. poor and sick; 'Act, not let us fail Biggs and Middleton, who so faithfully has an acre and a half of berries things being' equal i ,
111 tax.. fun settlement of proceeded to Gainesville for the consisting of three tone of Stew to provide for those around our stood by us in treating her on the Lakeland road, was twiddling While some growers look ''for- ( Jili
1114 In fairness due wW Come rep ty interment service at the family lot arts, Resinger and Kennedy pecans own community. Let us have a and lending their assistance in other a couple of beautiful berries ward to early berries there are not
er who baa to the tazpaJ'-' the Gainesville cemetery.Mr. to the SaUna Pecan-co-oper large meeting pa Tuesday afternoon ways. between his thumb and forefinger a few who have been anxiously
in
q In had to pay his Smith-is survived by his ative Association here today to be November 17th. This work From mother brother) and sis I yesterday as evidence of the fact looking forward to a possible rain
Crews deatnxaeach year, :Mr.cis three daughters. Mrs., Lena graded cannot be carried on by two or ters. that be win in all probabilitieshave to give them an apportunity to set
taJtpayer : of widow Kleman and :Misses. Nettle and The Association has received pecans three women. All members should i a crate by turkey day. His out their berry plants or a portion4of
114 In to be preaent and Luau Smith all of Los Angel .. from Belleview Baldwin Live help to bear the responsibility of WOODMEN JUNIORS TO' patch has September. set pluts them at least. ,Watering in continue , 3
a dot determlntn&. With what It! to Calif., ando. =e brother, Carl Smith. Oak and :Jack: onYlll.. Florid the associations. MEET and there Is quite a'' little bloom In and is apparently' about the'
An Inter8lltect the deItngtaenq. of Madison Wls. He was a member < since they have been In operation. It now and' eJso., some :maturing. only way of getting them out these) yj
taxpayer Methodist church- [Waycross Georgian. Birth Juniors of Supreme Forest berries. : days. Many fields are bedded and
Lee b the inert With Grace --- Mr., and Mrs. Robert E. Lee, Woodmen Circle will moat at the Reports from patches here and ready for plants,ifa raw comes.. ,h
a. eea.1oza at.i Dolling of Key' West-WS rk on annex to Plant City "- Roskisi Department RusselL son. Nor. 7th. halt Tuesday' 17th. at 4 o'clock. there are to the effect that some If not soon the acreage In tb.. / 4"1
Monday' xanening;: Marine Hospital to be started at Store No 2 opened, on Crane Mr.'and Mrs. It B. Reed. Pea-I I AQ members urged to be present I early" berries may be expected and field will doubtless be,.considerably -,
ODC& street ney Farms, daughter, MOT. Mrs J. L BUcox, supt.if that Ff.at City will not be'b ck-J! cut.

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'. been a touchdown for it was ovoi ioi'-too last Friday between B. club. Ihcre were six member.: A grass rug covered the floor. A only members adntttte4;;;
the goal line. .I. S. and:! Alachua. ilie members were Ken Slnnock, wicker chair, bought at an auc-I was a great nUmber
I. Th... v .o the only time that lame Milgrlm, Bob McNnutt, Bud tion, stood near a corner. OppositeIt Itors. of cuHuy
BRADFORD COUNTY EtarUo really threatened to score Actually, we had a relief in the Cuth, Morris and flake: Jackson. was a Victrola. This Victrola Wilbur, came to negro Inspect boy
I I rlthough their fast backs looked aonotany of our school life in the Tho club house was built by these Including fifty records, was boughtby ty. lie had been u :
dangerous at times. The third !orm of e::. Armistice day program buys out of a stable and a chicken Mr. Slnnock for $!5. Little. by that It he came, he wllrned halo!
HIGH JOURNAL touchdown that Columbia made Wednesday house. It was situate in the backyard little this debt was paid. There ears cut oft. When WOUld
: I i c -i-io in the last two minute! of -- of the Sinnock home and also were four bunks. Two were on Bob and Elake he
play when Starke punted to Ernest Lester Price Robinson went In a faced an alley. one aide' of the room, one above the brought him before captured ,
club
:: 0--- McColskey, who was playing ow boat down :Cay street in Jack Tho boys scouted around the other. The other two were placedat Bud said, "We left the
j and he returned it forty sonville. lIe visited:! the "Kress" boards tin angles along the wall with the homo OUr knlvlII
safety, neighborhood and got so we will
t LESTER P. ROJ3INSON _____________ Editor.ln-Chlef hang
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t you
clothes brought I
Bed
through the entire Starke and Sears: Roebuck" institutions. hauled ins others. were They tied
yards '
I EVELYN STUMP ___________________ Assistant EdItor "nd bricks. These they homes. a rope under hktu*
te- for a touchdown. The extra the from the various I and
W LOUISE EDWARDS _______________ Literary Editor m :. wagon to the "Shanty, as around his waist aM
,+ y point was scored by Hansford on Ralph! Cox went to Gainesville clubhouse:: was called. Ken had a The dark hall led from the bedroom I other end of the tires. tt
RALPH COX _______________ _____ Sports Editor rope over
,i 14i MIRIAM JACOBS ___________. ._.___ Joke Editor a line play. Friday night and Saturday night. pony and wagon, which was now to the living room. It served limb Wilbur was !\ ""
PATSY BRINSON ____________________ Society Editor The entire game was a cleanly both !in use at the club. All the neighbors as a hiding place in time of battle i i box, which he Was I told,, teas III
i CLEO SHEPARD _________________ Exchange EdItor I played, hard fought one by to Loyselle went to Lake City and f were interested:! and gave curtains because it was not very noticeable.Tho .i' pushed from under ]him Bud to
teams. A few minor injuries lao Gainesville Sunday. (I always and magazines, and baked walls of the rooms were reading out of a book In
both 'sides occurred. Ellis LordI thought she was a popular girl.) I cookies!! for the boys. The magazines : sealed with boards, tins and card I the last sermon, Blake preten.t,

was too much, so coach sent In histhird I happened to have the hardest! luck were sold to the paper plant. board. The cracks were sealed. ffln* a hole and Bob Will
was
: string with but a few ex-, of anybody. In a mix-up he was llirl-m Jacobs visited her sister every day after school the boys Electric lights: were in all the the end of the rope. bol
ceptions. knocked in the mouth; this burst I Rosalind, in Tallahassee Sunday. worked on the "Shanty". It was I rooms, being! run out on Sinnock's hole rot Bob said. "That'"See
Lake Butler was aided late in his upper lip and loosened two -- cleaned and scrubbed. Board floors house wire. A large wooden fence you are going' to be burled,
y,' rte the game by J. B. Sllcox. Carl teeth. He will be back in the line- Melba Silcox went to Gainesville were built, also a cellar was dugout protected the Shanty from the al- "O. K. Bob, push the boron,"
k t, Cone and Bill Edwards, Starke up for the next game, however. Friday night. It was about five feet deep ley. A ladder was placed on the Wilbur started j
.,., screaming
This win over Starke makes sev- + feet wide. There for crying. Just
m and nearly six side of the building climbing on then In came
Soys.
n straight wins to no losses for Tho First SnowfallI was only one use for the cellar, the roof. On the roof was an observation kino' club and started the\Wu\
1y tho Tigers. Columbia has gained a stood and watched by the win- and to around Wilbur A!!
curious used
that was to put little ladder see got loose and '
It% TIGERS TAKE SIXTH GAME total ot 132 points to 2 in seven dow I nosey boys in. Several little boys, the block. A lantern was hung at the nllev. still screaming, K.tl
COLUMBIA DOWNS STARKEBy of That noiseless work of the sky
;I ic r games. They. are very proud from the ages of eight to eleven, tho top of this.for signalling. I er came back to the ShtanyClewlaton ,
-- this fact and are looking forwardto And the sudden flurries of snow-
the inside of the
tried to inspect
( Bill Bennett in Lake City with Fernan- birds, Since the building of this Shanty, 1
the today
14 4 1t Q Qa Reporter..) dina, which game will be played on the Like brown leaves whirling by. Shanty, but found out, instead, three others had sprung up. Only 1I I Large sugar ,
what it was like to spend an hourin III
The Columbia: High School foot- local field. Fernandina is not beIng -Selected.My one was considered a menace and]'j being reconditioned and
+ rl l1 + in their a dark hole. When they were that the Watkins Shanty. This b13chiDr
ball team ran! true to form taken lightly although from was overhauled la readiness for
game with Starke last Friday by all indications it seem th-t the- Utah let out at-the trapdoor, they were Shanty had only three members,!!tlons. (
tucking away the big end of a 20-0 have a weak team. Be there at I wish I were a little bird; very angry and resolved to set upa Howard Watkins, Melvin Guth and Key West- Additional
score The Tigers were at a loss as 3:30 and the I'd flit from, tree to tree.any rival shanty, and this they did. Bonjo" Bongie.' The other clubs to work on post office man
h : see game. wor
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lust what to expect from Starke - cnerry chirps may: not be uettruWhat The Shanty progressed rapidly. had members from ages of seven five-hour shift.That .
because boys here fought cOlum-1 Henry Mast, one of Starke's out- matters that to me? After many weeks of work it was to eleven and were not considered
gla to a 0 toO tie last year, standing halfbacks, received an in- So long as I could fly so high. completed with the exception of dangerous.The .
understood that they little articles added from time to Watkins club and the Shan-
+ r was generally I fury playing against Alachua lost And watch the aeroplane in the
4 r S hnd a much better team this year.I Friday. sky, time. Now the Shanty: had three ty club visited each others clubs
1 d Nevertheless they stepped out on How happy I would be! room and a narrow hall. when the owners were away. They
... the field determined to win if possible -I GOOD MORNING, TORNADOES! Mac Davis. The largest room was the living would ramsack the Shanty, upset
; Sept. 23 Lake Butler ______ Here and the result was an over- . room. In it was a leather davenport furniture and take anything insight
,+ 't a We-13 TheyoOH. whelming victory for C. H. S. Just how do you feel since your Herbert: "We got good music on which had been bought for they wanted to their own
;.t' 1p 2. Chieflond< ______,.___ Here Coach Hooser used more than! two clash with Alachua Friday T The our railroad radio last night." thirty-five cents at an auction and club. But no one ever became an-
tjraf ''k'e, We-7 TheyoOct. te"im in this tilt. The playing of supporters on the side lines followed Louise: "Railroad radio T" looked almost new. There was a gry. Watkins' members and the

r( 0. Live Oak _______ There I the Tigers seemed to have Improv-. you up and down the field Herbert: "Yes.. it whistles at ev wood stove to furnish heat in the boys from the other Shanty'went
;) ? b We-7 They2SOct. / ".1 PTeatlv! In some respects, according Friday yelling, and boosting for a ery station." winter time. Chairs were scattered hiking and swimming together. On
16, Fernandina -_____ Here to those who saw the game. touchdown. Once we thought sure about the room. A table tho night of a birthday of one of
We-33.. ___________ They-0. 'iUd Btarke aggregation was a neat you were going to make a sweep- Beverly: "Isn't this an ideal spot covered the members, there would be a
Oct. 23 High Springs ______ HereWeO looking bit of football material but Ing dash past the goal line but not for a picnic dinner T" party to celebrate the event.
They0Oct. lacked reserve material. Alachua blocked the way. Well if Victor: "It must be. Fifty mil ture was bought at auctions with On Hallowe'en night the clubs
23, Lake City ___---- Here I. The game got under way to a you didn't make a touchdown '"." lion insects cu't! possibly have money from the treasury, and the had to be heavily guarded. Usually
We O They20Nov. .1 fast start under perfect weather successfully blocked their touchdown made a mistake." rest obtained from the boys' homes snow was on the ground so a

0, Alachua _.___... Here 1 condition and the field on which expectations. Though yju An extra bridge lamp was taken large amount of snowballs were Shiny
We-o Theyo.Nov. tile game was played was the best didn't score you were pretty good Cop: "Hey, you; can't: do that!" J from Guth's attic and placed in stored on the roof. I Nos
I 13, Trenton __________ Here that the Tigers have played upon old scouts, for I recall Henry Mast Miriam: "Why not?" the living room. Copper wires were run from the completely subdued. No nol
Nov. :?o, Jasper' ___.____. There this season. The Starke boys kicked making several dashing displays of Cop: "Well, a right turn is Tho adjoining room was the Shanty to the boy's homes. This, Just constant little ineffective powdmral
Nov. 27, WIlliston __- Here to Columbia who returned it swiftness. I believe he knows wrong-the left turn Is right. If kitchen. It was: a very small: room was the telephone. A cigar box have one not only extra eliminated touch and"SI.y<
4ALACHUAH. to their own forty yard line. On about Athenian ideals of physical you wanna turn right turn left and had a little strip of linoleumon was at each end of the wire anda Shine" but have given your 11>11
II. S. GA\IE.! the first play from scrimmage they culture. No one knows Just what then-aw, go ahead. the floor. There were two I lid nailed Inside this. The wire I plexion an entrancing south
ran an end run around right end would have happened if he had had shelves which held the few dishes. was attached to the lid. The boys soft, pearly appearance of aqu
(By Vie Thomas.. sixty yards, for the first touch- the ball a few more times duringthe Miss Florence: "Students, we'll Pots and pans hung on the wall. would yell on the lid what they site beauty.OOUSAUD'S
bt TM frmiford Tornadoes! fought down. This run was made by Bill game. I also recall several now report to gym." An old table stood in one corner wanted to say and the sound wouldgo : :
tho /lachua eleven to an unthfillip" Hansford. The kick for extra point good plays by Ortho Matheny. lIe Ben: "Who's gym?." On it was a two burner electric: over the wire. By rattling the
'--',,' Kt on the hnme field was low. The score stood 6 to too, has Athenian blood. Spectators stove on which the cooking was wire it would serve as a telephone OR1ENT4l
last Friday. No stars could be locate 0 until the second quarter when noted his calmness!! determi- CHAPEL EXERCISES done. A small chair stood in the I ring. Secret codes were also used! CREAM
: en either team. Starke different Tiger backs! carried the nation, fearlessness and aggressiveness middle of the room. j Despite the numerous sign"
thrrnfelTfj! only once In the game, ball through the line and worked: Ralph Cox seems to Our visitor to chapel last Thurs- The next room was the bedroom. such as "no girls allowed" and Whlt, Fl..h.nd, Rch l 8h.M j
what M' '*t carried the bell to the 4 it down near Starke's goal again: know what to do when he gets the day was Rev. Raymond. He com-
where Bill Hansford carried It off the boys on their splen-
yard line. On two attempts on the ball. Mony others played quite plimented
tackle for the second counter. Ona work and behavior the football -
linn and one around end which Cox did on
well. I feel sure the reason why a
f0ii." tfrpin.. E. Robinson was lino play he also made: the extra you didn't scorer was because you field. Ills scripture reading
given the ball and attempted a point. .wished to keep yourselves physi- was about the Shepherd who
The stood 13 to 0 in Co- his flock night He
center ru'lh. but this also failed score cally at for the rest of the games, guarded by
to lumbir.'s favor at the half.: During said that our thoughts were our
gain anything so StTke lost :and we are sure you are going to
tho b-Ml. Alachua completed several the first half Starke did not at- make some sweeping gains for flock and that we should keep
x elcplv executed passes which tempt a single' pass but when on Bradford Hi. watch over them guiding and lead-
carried) tho ball Into Starke territory the offensive, which was much less Frankie Hudson. ing them, always for the good. Our Stg1l.Lg

several! times, but not once than that of the Tigers, they ran i ... thoughts form our character for
did Alechua get near the goal line. line plays but gained nothing thru B. II. S. HOMECOMING! what our thoughts are, we are.
the forward wall of the Columbia B. II. S. Is getting real, "hlfllu- .
MI1CET3 VII LITTLE GIANTS team. The Tigers hit the line, ran tin' having a homecoming day. THEY SAY THAT (t

the ends, and passed three time in !. The lost game of the season,. la -
Tho Starke Midgets defeated the first half. One pass, McCol- with Williston, Friday, November Frank Inman! forgot his.current ire
Lake Tut'.er'a! Little Giants Thurs skey to Long was completed for 27. There will be a dance at the event the other day.
: day afternoon on the local field, about fifteen yards.In I clubhouse and all of the Alumnae Ralph didn't get knocked out in
33-13. the third quarter of the game will be expected to attend. the game last Friday, and isn't
Btnrke kicked off to Lake Butler tho Starke team offered better ... . limping this week.
who fallid to'm"ke their ten yards fight than at any other time during -I CAMPUS RUMORS Eeverly was seen in Lawtey last
and were forced to punt. the game. They gained the offensive week.B. ; ; ever; :
Ono the first play with the ball and march deep into Co- One of our old school mates sur- H. S. Is going to have a home

in Starko's possession Shy Smith lumbK's territory end threw a prised us by embarking on the coming day. rolled the
made a long left end run and crossed dangerous pass which jounced Into tempestuous sea of matrimony The panic: Is on. highway
j the goal line standing up. two or three different Starke Uia i Thclnri Andreu (in other We repeat too much in our school 1"

<. As the Midgets were too good player's hands before it was finally words, Mrs. "Monk" Dinkins.) paper.
for the Little Giants the coach sent,I I grounded by a Tiger back. If :D. H. S. baa an "ineligible". football down
in a lighter team. This team still I t I it had been caught, it would have Quite a few students went to team. Why are thousands of motorists i rolling
-- Exam are six weeks off. the highways on Pennsylvania Tires?

-(" Resale left out will in play the game either Friday.way backor \ Because they have real tire beauty they lveJon

mileage and they have greater Safety. They

WHAT WOULU liAVcu. IF tires that grip the road in an emergency.

All the oil heaters- blew up? Why tempt Fate when tires cost less than eve

L1_ N I vj The newspaper: club could think before in their history?
of something interesting to put in from
t Come in today and buy real Tire Safety .
Ri the school paper?
/ The teachers got some sympathy "" '* -.
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from the pupils? ,
The pupils got some sympathyfrom
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the teachers? \j \
Our little bunch. .of sophomorescould
act silly?
Tho seniors. had a few more .
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i E \\l privileges Scotchman? : "How. much are

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eggs?
Storekeeper: : "Fifty cents a dozen Pennsylvania\ Tire
SSy/ thirty cents for cracked ones."
Scotchman: "Good, crack me a
dozen."


Mr. Lovell: W. T.. who wrote

LockinvarT" Courtesy Service StationD.
W. T.: Er. Crest' Scott! I-

Mr, Lovell: Correct.

By. Paul Raymond. A. Montieth 13
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Petersburg- -Flnnellas Park of south Florida and the Souther1United ,,. .. .. :: > B'I. ..i
r , growers this season have States. It has a depth of 33 ,.>. .. 'f ;a : 'di
,!iiolus 4,000,000 bulbs in the feet and is designed and constructed t
re than expect a return of aa a world port to serve the en- ,
and
,and than $150.000 on the season's tire South Atlantic: Seiboard. Mi- /; :3 \ :) y, 'Yyi S i, r"t"F
re crop tG be shipped to north- ami la also awakening to the facf! A
l!' wet that this port, only fifteen miles ,
j, markets away, Is destined to be her commercial v.j .

"' ItamlA $300,000 bus termt- and industrial harbor.
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built here within ar' -
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will '+ }
time for use of the Floridator St. Petersburg -i The Louisvilleand iD""y.'A a;' ir
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Lines. The announcement Nashville railroad not only t I
a made by C.distriicctpass new- will continue the operation. of the ,.. ,tcD.,,,, ; +"y ; 'IW, P h '1
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appointed nger Southland on its fast schedule, vi' N' ,
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eat for the company in Miami. the Perry cut-off, with through P'{ M1z yi ',Y { r'.1, i.i o

Ss.a' sleeping cars from Chicago and ly JttII
I kelind-The squab cannery Detroit to Tampa, Sarasota ant'

catty. established here by Ad- St. Petersburg, but has arranged V?
B* rrlcken Is the realization of i I to operate via the Dixie Flyer

Ire than a year's planning and route, through Evansville, Nash 's. tly
pcrlmontirg. The American villa and Chattanooga, sleeping

W Il, cwipony: perfected the pro- cars from Chicago to Tampa, Sarasota v nt
5f c inning in its Chicago lab- and Et Petersburg. ?

Idt< '. :s after working a year
1m >c.v Winter IIav--: The organization -
-- -- of state beautification wort ]
-rhult -While nothing deft. I m a county unit basis, appealing
;'o b c >m8 from It yet, the wai to tho patriotism of all citizens: 1 t' T I II
rlJnnt li expected to approveC I the 67 counties of Florida, advocated
i instruction of a bridge over as a state-wide plan by J S r a 4

ace: river a mile east of Waumla. Ray Arnold, chairman of the beautification I Vrr
!. The state road department,,. committee of the state
its meeting In Septepmber, madeipllcntlon I chamber of commerce, at tho sew
to the war depart: enteenth semi-annual beautifies

-ot for their approval, and this I tion conference held here, was
expected! almost any time now. unanimously adopted.CrestviewPlane ;: r Y 1'r 1
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-A total of 800 groves
DeLand- for aa amphitheater r > fur 4 re' 1, 11 yv
of citrus is '
eluding 13,383 acres building. on Okaloosa '
be found In Volusia! county, ac- teach: across Santa; Rosa Sound ,

rding to a detailed survey re- from Camp Walton, to take care
ally made by William Lamar! ag- of the next meeting of the Dixie-
icultural and Industrial survey Gulf Coast Highway Association,
[Incur. According to Mr. La- have been completed ,and work
ar's records Volusia county ranks will start just as soon as men and
i in the state in amount of clt- material can be assembled In

3 production. place This will be another unit
of the plans of Dr. J. H. Eeal and
I Pensacola Forces of workmen his associates in the building of a

e busy In all parts of the city large summer resort at Camp Wal . >..,., --." .. ._ _ .. _" ..:::iI'J', ''._. I IJ
I i two big and different projects. ton.

.aa force Is converting the tele- ne new iVlannattan which will be launcned tor the United states Lines on December 5 will be tne tirst vessel !'.

ihone effect system the dial into system shape,early to putto in sassa Homosassa-A in a sea-going party boat left belong Homo- for the North Atlantic trade to be constructed in the United States since 1897.

ember and the other force Is ing to Brink Rainey, who is one of
Following the
--king' ready gas stove and light the best fishing guides in that sec- renowned clipper ship days when the American flag was carried to every corner of the world on

Attachments la preparation for tlontlon. Arriving at the grouper vessels of this type there was a period of shipbuilding inactivity lasting until the early of the twentieth a aOp
;natural gas into the mains.! banks_ ___ several miles__ out._ lines were. __ part cenntury.
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I'ready and fishing started In earn- - -- -
[ Sanford-The largest planting'[ est. It was not long before 8 ; -;ouo; Norfolk.; -Port Ever the stock, has a fine garden i ti p'
anryllls in the world will be one! pounds had been landed. Eight / glades. which something Is growing all thi ly
if the beauty spots of this, if plans people were la the party and each I time and a flock of chickens am(

F.V.. Bender, local horticul- stated that never before had they'I) PensacolaArmy engineers In several milch cows help to keel] Tomorrow. .The New Buick
1st, are realized. He announces ever enjoyed such fast and furious charge of the local end of the work things: going. EightBUIC1CS
i purchase of a 30 acre tract of fishing. The fish bit as fast axpett to advertise for bids by Not -
li south of the city and began! as they could be taken off th t :emter: 19 for completion of the Crestview One of the best
fumtlng thousands of amaryllis hooks. Mofclo: and Pensacola Inland water- meetings to promote the agricul
uJbs i which will bloom early this wa)'. This canal has been cut tural Interests'of West Florida

prlllg, Fernandina-Forty shrimp boats, from Pensacola 'bay to Portage was the Pure Bred Cull sale held GREATEST
left the port of Fernandina recently Creek, but disagreement In the at Crestview recently, according
Hollywood-Work is soon to i and when they returned they routing of the waterway through' to County Agent Gus York. The or
tart on a new $39,000 water filiation [ were loaded to the gunwales witha Baldwin county halted the work :gathering was composed of three
plant. In common with big catch which measured 1504 at that point. Until all rights of hundred. or more of West Florida's ADVANCEMENT PROGRAM
itlier Florida resorts Hollywood is bushels, SOS barrels and 78,200 way could be secured, the govern- progressive cattlemen at this
usy preparing for the tourist sea- pounds of shrimp. This is the ment stopped work. These are all meeting, of which a large number
)D. with 14 hotels and 76 apart- largest catch of shrimp in the past practically; in hand at the present were drawn from Washington
eat t houses ready for opening. several months and made about time and the next advertisement county. The Cummings ranch fur-
8 winter plant of Riverside four carloads, most of which was Iwll ask for bjds to cut the canal nished the animals for sale about New Thousands Can Wow (hm.uiclc
Hilary Academy is ready for theo shipped to the north.: The shrimp- through Baldwin county to Mobile fourteen head of pure bred bulls .
boys and faculty who will come ing has been unusually fine along Bay. and heifers. One might have
rom Gainesville, Oa. the Florida coast this season and thought the sale would have been
I Eights }
large catches are also reported Fort Lauderdale A beautiful "draggy" and uncertain, but all
Lake City-J. M. Rogers, of the from Mayport: St. Augustine, New flower garden Is owned by George of the animals were bid off and
'Ig Five sales force, pulled an up- Smyrna and Fort Pierce. Leete Anderson Fort Lauderdale's more could have been disposed of .
e-minute cane grinding while Luther Burbank. "He has con- had they been available. Several
ut +laiting a farmer friend near Panama City-The large cotton centrated upon the hibiscus. He re- who attended the meeting made Interesting $' .: 'r'
own recently. He hooked his warehouse built on the site of the gards his blooms and plants as his talks.PensacolaLees. : r' $

Chevrolet to the pole of the cane Southern Kraft corporation paper: children. He loves them and cares 935 I It5
M. In place of the customaryulo mill in Bay Harbor, has.recefved for them as such. He has more than 3 1-2
[ power, and soon It was clrc- license to operate ai. bonded w>r"'- than 600 species; different colors, miles of the 35-mlles' distance be- $20",J. 0 I-
Di around, turning out delicious house. This is effective at present :llfferent shapes and each a perfect tween Pensacol Bay Bridge end Flint, Michigan
ce a plenty for all present. and is in conjunction with paper I I living example of beauty. He has and Camp Walton remain to be'

Fort Plerce-=- mill activities. The capacity ol gone on special trips to Hawaii paved, and within the next two I Many people now' driving mall car will be BuIck owners toon. For one of Buick's four ''
Continuing the I the warehouse is for several hundred for rare specimens. He has evolved weeks the work will have been new series of Vaive-In-I lead Stra'gfit : with Wizard
E.'ghtj Control! is
unbroken I priced low, $
record for his calendarear as ?3'
and this section's
at time how- completed new-
| thousand bales a : and cross-bred new species on '
and
receipts of the local postof- ever, there will be a steady move- his New River estate in Fort Laud- est highway will be open for traf up t.o. b. Flint Mich.: -the lowed price at which: any six or eight cylinder Bu.'ck: : has

>'Ice showed an appreciable gain ment of some in and out through erdale. Ceorgeoua Is a word that tic. It will appear on road maps! ever been sold. And this is the o-ttt<.nding Dxlck of all tlmt-far surpassing even the fine

JM wing the month of October over this port and also by rail into the does not do justice to the riot of as state road No. S3, and It will present car which enjoys four to one sales leadership over all! eights 'In its price '
same month last year. Re- warehouse, coming from points In color presented by 'one of his hi- reach from the Pensacola Bridge to range.
slpta each month this year havened West Florida and also lower Ala- biccus exhibitions. Camp Walton via Valparaiso, a 7
over those of the corres- bama and southern Georgia. distance of more than 33 miles. 1 The MtarJ Control 9 New Engine-Oil TemperaturtKcguljior 17 New Improved Air Intake

xawlng month last year. This is Sl'.nford-The largest shipment Not at any point on the highway 2 New Automatic: Clutch Silencer p,

D oasidercd View of a very creditable record Plant City-Time was when in of amtryllls bulbs! ever tobe sent will the waters of the Gulf be out 3 New Fat Wheeling, 13 New Improved Fuel System 18 New. hood with Door-Typ
Ion, general business eondi- the fall of the year the Alafla river from Florida to northern markets of view. It has been decided to 11 New In pr3":' Starling Ventilators12
of
the period. left here after celebrate the opening of the high- 4 New Sittnt-StcottJ
I could produce more spectacular officials(: of the -
Ten Dfgreet Increase in 19 New Smaller Wheel with
phosphoric brilliance and beauty Southern Bulb Association, Inc., a way December 15. Ot that time a J.I"hT"um/Jllo"
Arcadia The harvesting of I In motorcade will form at Pensacola, Cooling Largtr Tire Section
than the whole of Tampa bay. Canford concern, had superintended -i 5
n rolaJaria 1 In DeSoto county la on fact, according to best accounts, the loading. Two and one-half and this will Include cars carrying N"I.Srylrd.NI.1ha"'jittl 13 New, MoJerniftJ Instrument 23 New AJjjstable: Interior; Sum i
full blast and Will continue for the Alafia river was named be- carloads of the bulbs will soon be Governor Carlton and staff, and Bodies by Fisher Panel Visor a

tin pwerai taken weeks before the crop is cause of its phosphorous character in the hands of retailers in New probably one or more visiting gov 6 New Yale-ie: -Ilead Straight 14 New Vacuum Pump 21 New Ctectric Gasoline Gauge.

ticking Care **. The task> of istics. The same comes from the York City Chicago, Philadelphia, ernors. Light Engine 15 Five r.emmintablt 22 Rubber P.djl Tad
and threshing ,the need is fact that at times the river seems Ct. Louis and Cleveland. F. W. 7 New l.RigiLitor Win or
giving Wood
employment to .about 300 to be "all afire." Thus Alafla, tender, general manager' of the association IVIietb 23 New Regulator for Adjustable
bout People, and It Is expected that which shortens the preceding two said that while Seminole Live Oak-II. J. Boyles returned 8 New Longer IVhee'.batet! 16 New/1'ili-Ratlle Spring Full Front Seat Y

nore at that number and perhaps words. In the fall of the year the county has already established !home with his herd of hlgh-wln- Series 32-80 and 32-9O Shackles 24 Twen,,- Luxurious Model
:>t the tlllIes wtU be required un- river is especially brilliant. This: a reputation of a bulb growing -ung Durocs from a circuit of fairs
1 Ia trek Is f1nlehed. The coun- la because it is fed by hundreds of center, this large shipment will In many states. The railroad car Together with other important

with salt water; produces a phosphorous tior.'a horticulturists the fact that _,__.....: me home of the hogs f
glow at night Seminole county Is the outstand- and a sign over the stall where $5OOOO IN AWARDS First Prize,' 25,000 '
.B.Williams Is moving ing bub producing center in America .he herd was kept at the various .
POrtable' sawmill to the eastern today. fairs told thousands of Interested I I For t:18: Eat Answers to This Queitiomil Second Prize. ,010,000 Third Prize f ,000 r j
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jut of __ [ ,..Of,.,I. mh.. l 1'
the Broward coun- u. L. '0 |M Ilea eo ..)
''Xpecl county this week and Ft. Lauderdale-- I vISitor. that the splendid poricerswero "li'llyrlata6e ae'.I.lcft;,, mtttt ftwlaw ftrtctt, ...".s..u.d.,.., n.r.e.i' !..< *M1unteh tMond.r.J7.c m.4ab.
to be ready to begin OP- ty is sixteen years old. Within I Milton Over $1170! has been from Live Oak "Way Down .( rations IVdfez.u . ,
reek. there the first part of next I that brief time Broward has developed I added to the home Improvement Upon the Cuwannee River." One mittomobiitl.r tuitt Liittt wtU CUMIM-Tomorrow.& 'IIDPI"'. r

''eu The mill !* being located from a sparsely settled rural '' und of Mrs. O. W. Boles Santa I of Mr. Boyles' animals, a senior
4r. the Hatch Ben community. community into the fastest grow Rosa county farm woman, duringthe yearling boar, was an undefeated
.'far'a WUI\aua\ says : ing county in, Florida, a county, past three years through the champion this year having won REGISTER MOTOR
theywithout COMPANY
I'I cut of Umber [ boasting modern governmental raising: of turkeys, says Miss Eleanor aver the grand champions of the
1II'dIaalnr lenty any other timber and [ buildings, served' by the Florida Barton home demonstration Chio, Indiana, Oklahoma, Missouri -
of other timber. available East Coast and Seaboard Air Line agent. Some of this money was :: Kentucky and Texas state . Starke, Florida
I 1IIier.lllake the run a year. or two railroads, the West Dixie, the old invested in two brood sows and fairs; also over the first prize senior ti
Dixie, the Federal aid and Beach they have added $300: more to the yearling boars of Nebraska; 41
highway, the New River and fund in two years. With this money took first, second and third In the e. ;
Foil North New River canals, the In- Mrs. Boles has purchased 20- National Swine Show at Springfield BVTT
Lauderdale
r1K
!54 ea is not Port Ever- land waterway and a network of acre firm and built on It a neat 111. and first prize at the OTJTSX&NDINC OF AU nME '
'IIIIt1 port but simply a Broward connecting paved highways, and and modern home. Her place Is I Wisconsin state fair. This is a ,
IIIIIt1 POrt 1a the Broward canal systems and by the deepest locate: on high and dry land and : record unsurpassed by any animal PRODUCT Of GBNBKAL MOTOK *T
distinct contributloai: harbor on the Atlantic seaboard she grows all that U needed for :hi the Duroc breed this year. : .

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--V Hall and initiated Into Starke by his( father and mother, Mr. and --=- "-.;:
Grove three associate members Mrs. Frank Warren and several -

During the business session It was 'YOODLAJYN brothers and sisters, and one half:

voted to have a roll call of Starke (Myrtle Norman, Cor.) brother and sister. Funeral ser- i"u P, ;,1,II ,; C ,In drug and prescription.
Grove at our next meeting.The vices were held at Deaden Sunday ;,,,,,,pryf,, soouracyG! 0 I'dtrt
state manager and other afternoon at 3 o'clock by Elder ' ,,, s hardly) pseamount -Bateconomy.
\ + 8econduy
Mr. o ,
I and Mrs. Henry Dunn and iy, are app
il! state officers are expected to at- McGualey. All three
tend this meeting and plans are sons, were visiting Mr.\ and Mrs. rh at this drug store aro .t-_

:!l: ') : The Starke Woman's Club Holds Meet going forward to make this gathering Joe Peele Sunday. "
a success.
. lJtr itI'ltn( _Mr. and Mrs Raymond_Waters .

G4 '\ 1 f l ing Wednesday ;Afternoon At Clubhouse, --- or faiatKa? were vl 'dUng Mr. and 11'_HAMPTON Ada Vtmmut, C... )
OREEN-ABERNATIIV Mrs. J. Norman! .Thu sday. J'
The Starke Woman's Club held Q. ICnlght;'alternates, Mrs. L. Wy, -- -- Mr. Anctl Norman and slaters, It
yr its regular/ business meeting Wednesday man and Mrs.\ O. L. Haynes. Mr. and Mrs. Preston Mills and Ulna Pear] .Johnson attended Offering
t : r, 1 afternoon.. Nov. 7,' with The following Armistice day pro Barefoot church at HeUbrona Saturday afternoon Last Friday night the young pea
t F Mrs. N. D. Wainwright. presiding[ rr...m ws\ enjoyed: announce the marriage' of .,, I ple of the Baptist Sunday school.
J 1 2L P? The meeting'was' called to order Vocal duct "Over There" Vlrjinln their daughter Misses Jennie Maude Crosby put on a play for the benefit of the UnusualDRUG ?
i 1' with a saute to the flag and read : and Clementine Torruella. Ruby Inez: Abernathy and Frank Norman attended Sunday school at the city halL The
Ing of the club collect followed by Reading: "Armistice Day 1031" to church at HeUbrona Saturday. i play was well attended and wan! a

1r Mt gU singing "America, the Beautiful TaleyMiss) Lucille! Mitchell Mr. Lloyd James Green, Mi and Mrs J. M. Norman and success In every way. Some of the
Reports of various chairmen were Vocal due "La Paloma."-VirTint's November Seventh, daughter, Carrie Belle, Mr.: and outstanding features was the specialty VALUESI
4r t then heard. Mrs. W. E. Middleton, and Clementine Torruella. Gainesville, Florida. Mrs. W. H. Norman and children put on the entire put on by /

chairman of civics reported that Colo, "God Bring You dafely"cle : The bride has made her home in and Mildred ,Norman attended the entire cast and lead by Gordon
her committee, working with to Our Arm Shaw Mrs church at Plna! Wadswortfe. announcing from station
( )- Starke for a number of and ,Level Sunday eve
., 1'' or HA C. Wall was May-I J. W: Andrews, Jr. her pleasing years has nlng. W. R. O. N. Q. Hampton.With .
personality won $1.00 Hinds
Honey & Almond
+ 'Clean 'Up Week" in the :. Reading, "Mr. SmlthVlrglnlaI her many friends. She has a position Mr, Sake Sapp and daughters, apoligiea to "Red" Barber of Cream 71c
4"1'4p ture. '\ Clementine Torruella., Agnes and Louise attended WRUF, the familiar piece "Comin'Round
|I ( with the Bank of Starke. churchat 50c Kolynos Tooth Paste
(e i, read a letter from Colo Donaldson Heilbronn the Mountain was Renderedin ---- 33c '
rr theeeeretsry "My Buddy" ( ]) The groom has lived here all of Saturday Saturday.
the will of the -.-Mrs. R. J. Davis. his life and is the eon of Mr. and Misses Hazel'Bennett and Lula a' very crediable manner. The 35c Williams Shaving Cream
y late Mr. J. W. Alvarez enclosing a Vocal! duet Till We Meet Again Mrs. A. H. Green. He is In the Farmer passed' through this sec star parts of the play taken by 26c

+ ft t, q; check: for $500 as a bequest to the -Mrs. J. W. Andrews, Jr.. Mrs. i grocery and mercantile business Uon Sunday afternoon. : Harmon n Morgan was "Misery 60c Sal Hepatica -----,----_ 41c
t g # Woman'aClub. R J. Davis; Miss Ethel Griffin was with his father.Immediately jvxias Carrie Belle' Norman wa I Moon and Frank Williams BS
t# ' An all day of section 4 for the Mr Gideon Blair, were put on with the 25c Black Draught _
u : meeting 'ccompinlst: program. following the ceremony visiting and Mrs: _'W. II.; Norman I ------ 17c
of the Florida Federation, of Wom A delicious sal-id 0<" snap of old end seasoned veteransof
course was Mr. and Mrs. Green left.for Sunday; Fresh guaranteed Red
i4 d ; en's Clubs win be held In St. Au-, eerved by the hostesses, Mrs. Edward 1 short trip down the east coast. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Carter' and the stage. The other parts of the I Pepper, lb. 39C

.? gustine on Dec.. 5th. All membere Turns, Mrs. L. A. Davis, Mrs.T. They will make their home in two daughters'' :Were, visiting: Mr cost! were put on In an equally 3 Tubes Squibb's Tooth Paste $1 H
r are cordially! Invited to attend. Delegates T. Long, Mrs. L. H. Hill. MrsC. Ctarke. and Mrs. J: 8.. Norman Tuesdanight. :y creditable manner W.S. Root .Op
,''; a were appointed as follows:, .' F. Hoover, &>*. T. Alderman coached the play and aa a specialtydid Ipana and Pepsodent Tooth Paste 34c
:Mr+. VT B. Mlddleton and Mrs' D. -" *, Mr W. E. Middleton. Mrs. J. S. Norman and children; < some impersonations of great I
\ ' '!; I DINRINB-ANDREU Gladys, Myrtle, Mamie Lou and actors of past and present the list 3 Cakes Woodbury's Facial Soap 50c
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1'h'i:1(, : !J ;1I1" Woman' Missionary Circles Mr and Mrs.the Oscar Anreu Wednesday.Mrs.Howard were. visiting in Theressa being,.Warfield Edwin Booth In the in Music Hamlet.Master\ David -, Lucky Tiger Hair Tonic ._. ___ 74C I,

\ Hold Afternoon announce marriage Hill of Waldo, was visiting and the Auctioneer. D i Wolf Hop I Pint and
Meeting Monday Quart Syrup Corks
bi i (), i of Thelma their daughter Beatriceto her cousin, Mrs., Troy Norman per in Wang. Denman ThompsonIn per 100 33c$1.00Listerine ",

b.ri, ; Circle No. 1 of the Baptist W. nett, Mrs. J. B. Sapp Mrs. R. A. Tuesday. the Old Homestead and Sir Har i .. g9c
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M. S. met Monday afternoon at the Thomas, Mrs. Alice Longford Mrs Quite a few'people of this sec ry LYauder in a few of his comic f
home of Mrs. O. H.'Bennett. I!, L. Erown: Mrs. J. G. Goodman, Mr. Lawrence Dinkins of Lawtey, Uon attended the funeral of Mr song sketches. We wish to announce I $1.00 Wampoles Cod Liver Oil 69c
November' :
'fdr The devotional! was opened with :Mrs 'J. H. Hundley, Mrs. S. G Elghtth Ed Clark of Lawtey at
"f scripture reading by the leader, Lewis, Mrs. P. M. Barefoot, Mrs and Starke Mrs. ,Dinklns Florida.Mr. cemetery SUnday' afternoon. together and will be in readinessto $1.00 Nujo1. - -----____w 74c
Mrs.-J.,IL Pitts and followed with W. J. Epperson, Mrs. E. C.'Priest were mar Myrtle, :Mamie1 Lou and Othma put the play on at any time under All 50c Razor Blades
ried qultely Sunday afternoon at ___._ 37cAll
the of other civic ----
ausplcles or.ganlzatlon ,
r the business ses \nd Mrs. S. F. Hamrlck. Norman, Jery Witcher and Russell .
epioayplanswere the Baptist pastorium with Dr. O
1'i'r made for the box, P. Reddish were visiting Mr. and Mrs\ : 35c Razor Blades ____ _ 29c
Raymond officiating. Only the ---
which. la fo,be sent the society's Circle No. 2. of the Baptist W Leon Norman ,Sunday night; Hampton Y. M. O. A. Beats The-
t family,and a few Intimate friends
jc orphan In Arcadia. Mrs. E. C. 1>1. S. met with Mrs. L. O. Powell Mr. and Mrs. Dalton Carter were rensa. Tigers Bromo Quinine, Groves ..r------- 17C
Priest was elected treasurer of the and Miss Etta Tison Monday af were present. visiting Mrs. Carter's parents Mr Our Y. M.C. A.,ballket,ball team
i circle The bride is the,only child of went to Theressa lastSaturday, afternoon Dr. Miles Nervine. .. ____ _ 71C
;4 Mrs. W. H.,. Andrews and ternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Andreu, and Is and Mrs. Bill Hodge. : ,pf Starke,Saturday ----- r
M-s. R. A. Thomas were added to The home was tastefully deco-I night. and easily beat Theresas 50c Tooth
Prophylactic Brushes
v graduate of the Bradford Coun- 29c
w' the finance: committee and Mrs. rated with baskets of yellow Mrs. Gladys Caffeq= \and son Junior In a hotly contested basketball

J. D.,'Goodman was made chair- white chysanthemums for this' oc son ty High of Mr.School.and Mrs.The Charles groom Is DIn.the were visiting.her: parents, Mr. game. After the laborious trip 50c Milk Magnesia, pint _____ 34C I
man of the quilt committee. Plans casion. and Mrs. J. S. Norman Wednesday through the sand trap betweei:
were completed for an all day The devotional was in charge of: with kins of his Lawtey father., and* is in business Mr. Arthur Taylor of Lawtey, here and Theressa It was doubtfulif Squibb's Mineral,Oil -'_?___ 77C ;'
meeting .to be held at the home of the leader Mrs. F. F. Flume and was visiting S. Phillips Sunday.Mr. our boys would have strength
Mrs. W. J. Epperson Thursday at followed with prayer by Mrs. A.,M The populan young couple have Jerry Witcher, Mamie Lou, enough left to play basketball., I $1.00 Extract Beef Iron and Wine 69c ;
friends who will learn with
which time' the sewing on band Darby. At the close: of the devotional many and Othema Norman.attended'' to board of bond trustees or any'other -
interest of their marriage. 65c Mistol _ ___. _______ 49c I
fir,. will be completed for Christmas.I, and business session, a social business at Mr.' John Rlg on's of our Bradford county official :: II
During the social hour time was hour was enjoyed.The Sunday night. who are responsible for the deplor- I
spent In sewing and conversation. hostess served coffee tea MRS. D. A. MONTIETH GIVESA :Misses Myrtle and Mamie Lou able condition of this road are surely .

i.. At the close of the afternoon the and sandwiches to the following SURPRISE PARTY FOR Norman attended to business In to be congratulated on bavins' We Fill Doctor's Prescriptions

hostess, assisted by Mrs. W. B. present: Mrs. L. W. Klckllter, Mrs. IIUSBAND ON HIS BIRTHDAY Starke Tuesday morning. one of the most'perfect sand trapr ,, any. :
n Mundy and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot, E. M. Thomas, Mrs. A. M. Darby Miss Beatrice Gaaklns and brother In the state. I
4 served sandwiches, cocoa and coffee Mrs. O. W. Alderman, Mrs. F. F. Quantities of chrysanthemumsdecked Wade, were'visiting' Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. M. L.: Watetrsor
'M to the following present: Mrs.! Flume Mrs. N. G. Adams: Mrs. the Montieth home Monday Mrs. Darby Gaskins Sunday., were shopping in Jacksonville last
i J. H. PIUs, Mrs. J. M. Brownlee, Nat Williams, Mrs. A. L. Kahr, Jr., evening when Mrs. D. A. Montieth Miss Mary Page, Owen and Russell Thursday.Mr. Canova Pharmacy .
nfi, MrW, B. Mundy. Mrs. O. H. Ben and Mrs.. Charles Overstreet. gave a bridge supper In honor of Carter, passed through this .' R. M. Paver and childre" .1
her husband, the occasion being
section Sunday afternoon. left this week for Miami where Dr

r.I: The Parent-Teachers: Association Tot his birthday.A chop suey. supper was enjoy Miss Mrs.Debbie BeatrlccY-Phillips'Dunn'was Saturday visiting R.practicing.M. Faver. has located and Ic II I Phone 160 -'' Always Reliable Starke I

1 r. ed, followed by bridge.. After the '"'
Dixon of Jocksonvllle
B t : Meet Wednf"'Jay"Afternoon at SchoolThe scores were' totaled prizes were afternoon.Miss Debbie 'Philips'V attended preach> Rev. at tne Christian churer

Parent-Teachers'' ,Association' the whole child from birth to ma- awarded Dr. E. L. Biggs and Dr. teachers meeting fin ,Jacksonville next Sunday morning and eveningMr.
i will meet next'Wednesday afternoon turity. It is a responsibility that R. W, Martin for holding high and Monday and Tuesday. and Mrs. L. ''A. Pringle batas Susie Allen Sunday.
low
Nov. 18th 3 belongs to the home, the school, scores. Mr. Mark Tomblln of Lake But. their guests this week M* BOATDRAIN Iiadore Glisson visited NelGrlffis
at o'clock at
and the community.The Enjoying the delightful affair let, has been visiting his daughter, Pringle's brother and family. II'.... nianvh Ed........ COT, Saturday night.
the high school auditorium.An with the honor guest, Mr. Montieth
The Hampton public school i .
association Mrs. Norman' week.
parent-teacher Troy this ------ ----- ---- Miss Pauline Prevatt vislta!|
Interesting program has forms home and school were: Dr. E. L. Biggs, Dr. R. W. Mr. J. S. Norman progressing nicely under the abl
a partner- and son, Lea- Mrs. J. F. Colley. Katie and Virginia Mrs. C. Strickland last week
Martin Dr. H. B. McLendon
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been prepared, a feature of which ship and provides the necessary mon and Jerry Wltcher attended management of the efficient corr Mr Raymond Wilkes vis!
4i, will I be an address by Dr. R. W. medium for establishing a unity in Messrs. 0..L. Beasley, W. M. Wainwright court in Starke Wednesday. of teachers. This is Professor Fugate visited Mr, and Mrs. Miss Elsie',Maples Sunday aftej
Martin, on Child R. J. Davis, Carl Johns, N. :2arl: 'Andrews' '
'''2 4f Welfare In its educational standards. It develops Misses Myrtle'and Mamie: Lou Futch's fourth term as principal oour Sunday. noon.
Relations to. Mothers and to Den cooperation among the parentsand Sternberg, H. C. Wall J. W. Andrews Norman and Jim Hersey; were visiting i school. His work has been Mrs. S. Smith and wife and three Mr. R.. C Richard and wife vie' l lIted
and Junius
tists. affords them an opportunityto .Smith. Mr and Mrs.Oscar Carter highly appreciated as well as in children visited W. W. Coleman Mr., D. D. Woodward Sundijl
All patrons of schools and members understand better the school BAPTIST W. M. U. Saturday night. other localities, where he has Saturday. Hermon Lee visited P. &PrtvaB|
and Interested parties are i system and Its needs. It brings to Mr. Charley and Wade Gaskins taught previously.. The patrons ot Miss: Louise Malpia visited Miss Saturday and unclnv
urged to attend this meeting. Annual : the teacber the viewpoint of the attended church"afHellbronn Sat- the Hampton school would be delighted
Circle No. 3
met at the home of
dues of this worth-while organization home and the sympathetic appre- Mrs. Raymond Monday afternoon: urday night. H to have his services another

ber.' Is fifty cents per memo ciation of the parents.The with eight members present. Plans i .. ..t : year. I take great pleasure in announcing to the people
parentteacheraasoehUon -
A were made for sewing also sending of this section that I have out the
prize will be presented the offers a vision and presents a challenge bought

roonv:.having the largest 'number I for trained parenthood. It Thanksgiving Home. After a box social, to half the hour Arcadia the I", ZIFFServices business of Mr.. J. F. Kickliter, and will con,,

of parents, or,friends present.The I enables parents, teachers and others meeting was adjourned to meet L.ta Ma. I..WIM,_Co... .. BOOTSEY'S'BEACH tinue to do business in the same location. I will
who are interested in the well.
paramount Importance In education being of young people to declarl with':Mrs." J. H. Lord. in December. I were held at Deaden' (I. Ganklnft: Cor.) carry a full line of standard groceries and a
,today. This requires a their 'complete line of seeds. I be able to
program Interdependence and to unit ..... church last Saturday and Sunday. hope to
_ _ that will afford every child their forces in an Intelligent effortto Mr.; P..W. Lewis' Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Carter and please my customers as I have tried to do in the
an for
opportunity physical, mental secure better homes, better spent several days of this week daughter, Miss Louie Belle, o'
LAWTEYF. four
past that I've been in Starke.
{ C and social development. years
schools, and better communitiesfor
here with his parents Mr, and Mrs. Woodlawn, were visiting Mrs. EW.
Fitch program must deal with better children. R. CarradlB. Core :,..W. Lewis. Rosier Sunday afternoon. The store has had a thorough renovation in the

1 ? 1' -., Mrs. Henry Shaw. spent several Mrs. Jeff Prevatt of Lawtev waft past three,weeks.' The front of the store has a
( The Auxiliary of the American Louis Hill, Jr., who Ifl attending days of this week"at Lacrosse with visiting her sister Mrs. W. C i will always
new plate glass window and there
school In Athens, Ga., spent the Mr.'and Mrs. John.Shaw. Chesser here last Friday who !I" I you
p';, t Legion Entertain Legion and WivesThe week-end with his parents, Mr.- and Mr. Howard of Lake Butler passed seriously 111 I find a complete line of fruits and vege
Mrs. L. H. Hill. through our section one day of Mr. Charlie Gaskins attendee tables.
Auxiliary of the American The Gold Star! Mothers, Mrs. Alter Among those attending the this week. church at Corinth Saturday night

"egki tl Cite" ft aengnunl ,..;:,' Frl* Langford and Mrs. J. W. Whitewcro Florida-Georgia football game in' -Mr, Newton of Starke, was In Mr. John Chesser was a bnsinewIsitor To all of our old customers and to our new ones

i ,day evening at the Legion's new I then Introduced. Gainesville Saturday were Mrs. W. $pur section one day of last week.. to Raiford and Starke Sat we extend a hearty invitation to visit us at at
quarters'honoring the-members' G: Po" : Commander; A. ). Thomas, E. Torode, WJHliim Wooten, Miss ""''Mr. and Mrs' t W. Dyal and rday.. date. .
the'' 'Jones-Longford-Whlte! Poetof find 1032 Pont Commander L. D Mattie HArley, Billie; Edwards and daughter. Marlon fat Graham spent Mr. W. C. Chesser and Mr. Cecil early _

i ,American Legion,' their wives, Vining gave talks. Each one pres Cornelius Edwards.. Friday here with Mrs. Dyal's par: Crawford were visitors to Max
mothers and sisters. en was then cMled, upon to tell Mr. and Mrs. Roy Reddish of.I ents. V>JMr. ' vllle Sunday afternoon. ,
The hall was attractively decorated where they lived, who they wereand Webster spent the>week.endwlthl i:.;; and Mrs: J. B. Thomas are Mr. M. D. Carter'' and daughter EXTRA SPECIAL FOR
y for the occasion with bamboo what they did. War songs Mr. Reddlsh's parents. Mr., an.5 lrpendang )several days In Jacksonville Mini Louie E ll. '0f Woodlawr

:ryl sad palmettos and festoons of lead by A. J. Thomas were sung Mrs. V. R. Reddish with their.. son. Mr.. II. E. were' visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. D
4j 1IIu. and gold crepe paper draped :tnd two delightful _readings! were air, And Ilia. Bryant Reddish of Thomas. * J J'J.Mr. >eele Sunday afternoon.. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY

r U "the-.walls and lights. given by Miss Marjorie Stump Jacksonville,' spent Sunday with .. C.- Padgett-of Gainesville, Mr.. S. H. Thompson of Wood _
ta the receiving line were mem- Several interesting contests th* Mr. and Mrs. Y. R. Reddish. spent the last of i this week herewith 'xwn spent Sunday here the guest
contest Miss Louale Horne, Miss Audry his parents, Mr and Mrs. J. of Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Crawford.The .
t berg of the Auxiliary and upon the 1032 contest, and smile FANCY FIRM
arrival of. the guests, each. were were enacted. Beck and Mrs. Agnes Andrews, W. Padgett.' many friends of,Mrs. W. C
who have been visiting friends In Mrs. Bill Hines and children: Chesser are very sorry to learn of Be
presented* "dog tag". bearing their Dancing was enjoyed and'at the Irish Potatoes 5 Pounds . .
her Illness here at home and all -
name close: of the evening, punch and Tampa returned Tuesday.Mr. have been spending .a few days ,
V Following the pledge of allegiance sandwiches! was served by the hostesses . Alfonso Griffin' and Mr. T. here with Mrs. HID'"' mother. Mrs.. wish her a speedy recovery.
to. the flag Mrs. Vonda In- to the large .number! .of N. Reddish left last Saturday on S. L. Prescott l Miss Geneva and Bertice Gas- FANCY GREEN
mn'PVft the welcoming address. __a.., "".......... a business trip to New York City. Mr and:Mrs. Harvey Warren and kin. were visitors to Starke Friday 2c
VI'.. Cornelius Edwards. who hen children, were attending to, business afternoon.Mr. CABBAGE Per Pound .
been connected with''the saw mill In Bowling Green Saturday.Mr. E. W. Rosier has returnedto ,
LADIE3 AUXILIARY OF TIlE After the business session a
business In Lake City Is visiting and Mrs. R. B. Thomas and Jacksonville to take up his duties -
PRESBYTERIAN MEET Thanksgiving praise service was his parents/ Mr. and Mrs. S!>-J.Edwards
held at the close of which the sunshine here. Mr. Edwards expectsto Shaw were attending ta business in. Coast Railroad shop after a layoffof .5c
The Ladles Auxiliary, of the .bags, containing the silver return to Lake City. Gainesville. (Sat 1'dlly."' a few months. Mrs. Rosier and SALT Packages - .
Presbyterian church met Tuesday offering were opened. The offer Mr. T. T. Parley was In Jack Mr. Purvis Lewis of Jacksonville children will. return Wednesday ,

evening' Nov. 10th with Mrs. Dover Ing amounted to $22. &. sonvWe Wednesday. ,, and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. REGULAR 10 CENT
and
Mrs. T. N. Kendrick hostesses.
as At the close of the meeting, the The many friuuds of Mr. Ed Lewis and cpUdreaspeQtFriday, :Miami--Louis R. Wasey of Mon-
; r 1 hostesses, assisted by Misses Lu- Clerk will regret to learn that Mr. afternoon aYtfdway tlie'guesta of aukv purchased Island known as BLACK PEPPER 2Cans..9c
Mrs. H. H. Young, the president,: clle Mitchell.\ LoyseUe Turner and Clark passed away last Saturday Mr. and Mrs;J. OwPannlaon. "Cats Cay" which Is located about ,
presided. Mrs. T. N. Kendrick read i Estelle Kendrick. served delicious morning.Mr. Mr. Allen Thomai'of Lacrosse 40 miles from city.
from the year book of prayer, offering refreshments. The next meeting O. J. Phillips was transact spent the weekend .here, with. Mt Dora-O. D. Stephens cleaned A GOOD GRADE
; t r ''i, special prayers for the rots*. will be' held Dec. 8th with Mrs ing business Jacksonville last friends and relatives' and opened .Baby Golf Links .16c
monarl.. Mrs. Young reviewed Cowman, of Penney Farms, as special week. Mr. R B. Thomas'and Mr. Shel- ..._ RICE 5 Pounds -' -; -' -
Ali the.chapter. The Stewardship of I speaker. Mr. S. J. ,Edwards Is 'spending ley Fowler 'are'attedlng" court at :
Life,. Mrs., R- S. ,Fernandez: had ...... .. thla,week In Lake. City., Starke this week.
charge of an Interesting program I STARTLE GROVE I Death of Little'Sam Warren DR. R. W. MARTIN!

on Slam and the Southern Moun-I HOLDS.JfEETINQi Lake Worth-City Commission I Little Sam Warren son of Mr. DENTIST' SAUL'SWHERE
tain. Mrs. Truman ; leased municipality owned lake and Mrs. Frank Warren passed
-, Mrs, O. II. Lowry assisted. Tuesday night members of front golf course to'Geo. W. Hul- I away Saturday afternoon at three'I Phone' S3 Hours' B to A

t MrswTyson conducted the bible I(I :Starke Grove together with friends me. local business man,and golfer, I o'clock; after a few days Illness Over Corpenlng'S Drug Store LOWER PRICES RULBj

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> to Ocala Thursday of last Jay night. jouth Monday. Mrs. D. W. Moore. tress J. C. Young, Mrs. C. A. Futch: ,
and spent the day with Mrs Mr. Dill Smith of Jacksonville,I Mr. and Mrs. Ray Dubose are Mr. Bob Turner of Clearwater, Eastern Star Mrs. W. E. Middle-
( A Weekly. They were accom- are visiting' relatives here this the proud parents, of a new son, was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. D. ton, Woman's Club, Mrs G. M. In-

home by Mrs A. S. Strick week. which arrived Sunday, Nov. 8. W. Moore Armistice day, man,. American Legion Auxiliary,
Mr. and Mrs. Brady McLeod were Mr. and Mrs. C. Sullivan Mrs. Aclklni
were A. Z.
,
who had spent the past two i Mr. M. Varnes and Mrs. Truby Pa'cnt-Teachera' -
there. visiting at the home of Mr. and visitors to Providence Saturday. Association, Miss Amelia Ray, '
Brown made a business trip to Mrs. Math Douglass Monday. I !Ies r.. T. B. and James Triest U. D. C.; L. D. Vlnlnff. F. A. M.; y

weal Starke Saturday. Mrs. Mae Dicks. Mrs. Donie Tay' were business visitors to Starke D. A. M6ntleth National Guards; 4i
and Mrs. W. S. Yelvington Mr. Frank Herring of Worthington lor, Miss Mae Scaff and Miss Ellen Saturday I J. A. Saul, American Legion; Rev .
son, Billy, of Hastings spent Springs were visiting friends Blackwelder were visiting Little Messrs. S. R. and Willis Swindell Q. A. Lowry Ministerial Associa-
Our :: with Mr*. Yelvington's par- and relatives here last week. Springs school Friday of last week. were visitors to Hampton Sunday tion and Business Men's Club.
I Concerning Judge and Mrs. George Gar- Mrs. A. 1C Smith' and children Miss EfTia Mrs. D.
A. Hancock, Mr. Virgie W. Moore and daughterMiss A proclamation has been Issued
of ,
progress spent the weck-ead,1I1n Hawthorn Brooks, and Mr. Gordon Helton I Daisy were visitors to Starke by Governor Doyle E. Carlton des-

: with relatives.J was visiting Miss Ellen Blackwel. Monday.Mr. ignating November 14, 1931, as n
.. E. S. Matthews and Mrs. Mrs. W. H. Smith'and< Mrs. B. D. der Sunday Howard Moore of Gainesville Conservation
"" Day to Inauguratethe !r
sz525i' 5<'ro; il B. McLendon spent in Jones were visiting Mrs. Andrewsof
? Saturday Mr. and Mrs. DUllard Pinkaton spent the week-end with his season for planting George
'E.\TUER REPORT They were accom New River Sunday afternoon, are the proud parents of a new parents here. Washington Memorial trees in
home by Mrs. D. R. Ed- Mr R. M. Hersey and Clyde, Florida. The '
daughter which arrived Nov. 7. eon season Is to end Feb. yi
iled, bY starke Branch, V. who will be their guest for Mr. Wllllard Dubose, Mr. and were visitors to Starke Friday.Mr. 20. 1032.

trY DepartmentS ? week. EVERGREEN Mrs. Wllsle Dubose and Mr. and and Mrs. A. L. Sullivan and The Association of State Foresters
,, Nov. 10. 1931. Mrs. little son, Othma were guesta of which Is composed of the 5bi
en Darby Dubose all were visIting -
Mini . ....
Prectp.t8 and Mrs. H. B. McLendon left MrM. P. A Ht*l r
Max. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Dubose Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Brown Sunday.I chief forest officer In each of the
t 74 49 for St. Petersburg Sunday. Mrs. W. A. Jones is 111 at her forty-one states with a state de-.w
S 81 43 they will spend several Jays Mrs. H. McPherson Miss Nancy Friends of Mr Wesley Roberts home here. We wish her a speedy partment meets this month in st
73 48 the state dental as oclaI McPherson, Mrs. M. Strickland and recovery. Georgia and Florida. their
Ii will be sorry to hear that he Is During; t
1 72 46 Mr. and Mrs.. Young of Maxvllle, ill, and hope he will noon recover. Mr. and Mrs. F. Fender were meeting they plan to plant a Geo. r
8 68 63 I spent Saturday with. B. E. Rosier Mr. Howard McLeod and Mr. Cy-,' visitors to Gainesville Wednesday.I Washington Memorial tree. It.*. ,
9 76 63 I I Vonda laman and daughter, and mother. ril Douglass made a business trip The people in this community hoped that this Is an example
78 61 I accompanied by Annie J. E. Rosier' and two children, to Gainesville Saturday. are busy grinding cane digging which will be followed by many ins '
pintail for week. I, attended the district Pauline and J. E., were visitors to potatoes and killing hogs. divlduals and organizations. 1
I of the Woodman Circle at Starke Saturday Rev. J. N. Hayman of Orange .
[pearl Jordan was a visitor I Saturday. Mrs Inman Mrs. Will Kersey" returned A home Heights will fill his regular appointment 1t
Friday. : a splendid report from Friday after .spending the past RISING at Hope church satur- I Jacksonville -, 1500 bales cot-

jisonvllle Grove. week with her sister, Mrs. Johnsat 11I,"" b'. ....n... c... day and Sunday. Everyone is] ton loaded here on Leyland Line

a visitor*in Macclenny.\ .- ... cordially Invited to attend these I freighter Nevlslon for Liverpool, ; 14
,uge Smith was Mr. and Mrs. Leslie McClellan services. largest cotton shipment exported
Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. McRae of from here In
t [villa , spent Sunday with. /Mr. and :Mrs. The home demonstration club of years.
Waldo, the week-end herewith
spent S. II.
Heilbronn Springs Mulberry Sweat grocery
Uverett Futch. Theressa met at the club room
spent the week-end relatives. and market moved to ,., a
Colley -: (Thelma Rhoden Cor.) Mr. and Mrs. Kite !and two sons Monday afternoon and with the new locatl. j
Friends of Mrs. T. A. Crawfordwere In remodeled
ksoDville. were visiting their daughter Mrs. help of Miss Jordan, home demonstration -, building on east side
to hear of her death
grieved of Atlantic Coast Line tracks.
Everett Futch Wednesday last agent, made some lovely r
Hamilton Ritch spent Mon- J.. C. Jones and children of week. which occurred at her home in Christmas wreaths. Bartow-A. & P. Co moved to

Jacksonville. Is spending this week In Louise Rosier spent Sunday with Jacksonville last Saturday. + Central avenue store room., "sr
with her sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. T. K. Stokes of Orlando -- Portion of public alley -
Mildred
her cousin,
Sapp.
Estelle Kendrick was ,In Simons. Baldwin passed through this sec LAWTEY NOSES: OUT west of Orange avenue and
B. E. Rosier and Everett Futch
tion Monday.Mrs. HAMPTON 6 TO 8 running between West church and ;;
nvlUa Sunday. Louise Surrency of Brook visitors ,Jacksonville last .
spent the week-end here wIth were Ida Harnage of Raiford was - West Pine streets vacated to secure
a Geo.' Gardiner was a busl- friend, Miss Elsie Rhoden. Thursday. visiting her son-in-law and daughter Lawtey Junior High won a close title to property for chain 2'
and and R. S. Rosier
iltor in Lake City Thursday. L. L. Bryan and children Mr. Mrs Mr. and Mrs. B. M. McRae game from Hampton Friday .Nov. company which plans erection of. q
.Mr. and Mrs.
spent Sunday with Sunday. 6. The outstanding players for 9200,000 store In this city. i
to their home in Bronaon
W. B. Griffis at Maxvllle. Mr. McRae of Crestvlew. Lawtey Jackson Rivers and Guy West Palm Beach i
and Mrs. L. J. Green spent two weeks here with Wesley Johnny
spending Mr. and Mrs. Ellery Redding of Frigo. Frtgo made two fouls and
relatives here Wed- Holmes Co.
in Jacksonville. was visiting Candy Manufacturing ,
lay father, W. C. Rhoden. ,
the statefarm were visiting his one field goal. Keffee Harrell
nesday.Mr. Inc., granted charter of Incorporation -
N. D. Bumgarner spentay D.and B..Seeber orsyth.Forsyth Miss Hilda spent 'mother. Mrs.' H..F. .Redding. Sun- H. M. and A. R. McRae mo- made one field goal. Ilampton'soutstanding to manufacture candy 4it
and Jack- lay. UA.e New River Sunday. player was Tucker. West Palm Beach Plans ,
in Lake City week In' Lake Butler with her tored to prepared -
i Little Miss Dorothy, Crosby is Moore subsltuted for Harrell in for construction of new city
Mr, Waters.SAMPSON ,
-, .r.. -_, :-= very sick. We' hope for her a last half for Lawtey. park band stand.
T. B. Massie and son; Tom, speedy recovery. Nagn substituted for HamptonIn Tampa Celebration held for
Monday and Tuesday In MILLER -- last half.GKOUOE formal opening At state road No.

nvllle. CITYEthel f'Mrn nim-knrrlilrr.-; ; ('''I''. .- fi from Sulphur Springs to Pasco'
/ WASHINGTON county line, distance of about 15
Jones, Cor. THEKESSAMm. COMMITTEE'! MEETS miles.
NT. Rltch and Mrs. Nath- Miss Marasone )3tut.evUle. Miss i
iTurnbull were visitors 'In A. L. Hum-rim, Cor.MM I'
Carolina Stutevilland.Miss.Flllls The Starke committee for the

cvllle Monday. .- E. D. Jones and Mr. J. L Stutevtlle. all lefk.Thursday, for observation of the George Wash- $5,000.00IN
W. H. Andrews and Mrs. spent the day Tuesday in Indiana where they will make their Pfwpv ft"I"1: 1a.1 1* ington Bicentennial celebration in'
I Crews were visitors in Jack- at the Christian con- home, with their father and broth- son, Carrol and Mrs. S. W. Griffith }032 met Thursday night to form-
and attending to business ers. returned to their home In Miami ulate plans. CASH PRIZES
e) Monday. : ., Kirby Smith, Lemb Drown Mr. Sidney Tyre and son W. K. last Friday after a visit of two The committee Is composed as,
Smith, Lewis Parrish and Tyre of Lulu, were visiting the weeks with relatives here and at follows: Leuthall Wytnan-chairman Sec Your
attended the I
Long Eqult-In I Goodge were in Starke Tues- home of Mr. J. S..Dicks Sunday.Mr. Providence.Mrs. : Mayor II. C. Wall; Postml.I .-i
LICe Insurance meeting Roy McKTeal left here Fri- J. P. Summers of Providence
I
City Tuesday. I and Mrs. W. H.. Smith and day, for Fort Eennlng, Ga., wherehe visited her brothers A. L.I Phone STEAM PRESSING CO. *
spent the day Sunday in will spend three years in the and C. Sullivan last week. 52 I.i Ft'unk'l'homan
ud Mrs. D. C. Klnlaw spent Prop :R
army. ,? Miss Daisy Moore of Clearwater 1
r and Wednesday in Bron- and Mrs. Reddish Andrews Services will be held at Harmony r is visiting her parents, Mr. and FELT IIATS Cleaned and Blocked

with Mrs. Free Will Baptist,CJiurch the 3rd :
the Sunday
day ;T
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:
Rev. DavIdson i
and by
CanoY"l Mrs. Delia Saturday Sunday
i Etta Tlson and .JQu.1"CJWo..' mother,, Invited.
Invllle. I I pastor. Everybody II' e .' ;;
afternoon
at Tuesday
and Mrs.
W. H. Smith and Mrs. A. Mrs. Josephine McNeil
.
-- Smith were visiting Mrs. C. A Bessie Mr. and McNeal Mrs. W.'were W.the Blackwelder guests of SPECIALS -- FRIDAY & SATURDAY Nov.
afternoon. Druggist
I and Mrs. L. C. Ray of Ala- Tuesday ,
visited Misses OUve and : S. E. Jones spent the broth-day Sunday.Miss Iris and Archie Lee Dicks,
in Starke with her
a Ray Wednesday. of their grand-
the guests
were
: Mr. Ray Thomas.
: mother, Mrs.. Sallie Blackwelder.Mr. TIP TOP
i G. C. White will spend the J. W. WUey and family mov Wlnford Douglass was the
'
from Lennox,
d I In Tallahassee with herd here Thursday brother Mr. Cyril
guest of his ,
them
Mr C. C. White. We here.are very. glad to have Douglass and Mr. Howard McLeod

W. J. -and Mm.i R. H. Smith of Hawthorn, Saturday night and Sunday.Mr. LOCATION BETWEEN BANK''AND POST
Epperson afternoon. H. G. Crawford and Mr. C.
fcksonvllle.i Anderson spent Saturday here. E. B.Thursday McKinney was attend- W. Carlisle made a business trip Ho well Nasworthy, Owner and Operator

to business in Starke Thurs- 'WE HAVE GOOD FRESH FOOD

| and Mrs. D. E. Knight bad .. -
cent .Mrs.: Jack Goodge Lester Kits at- -
guests CoL and
of Sebring. court in Starke last week. FLORIDA Best Grade White 1 Compound Picnic Hams, Ib. ISc ..fi
: J. R. Merritt, of Ft. Pierce

tin : Johns and mother, : visiting her sister, Mrs. S. T p. A'T\R E BACONPound.9c LARD CHEESE

Johns, spent last ThursJacksonviUe. here Saturday night and t....... ....' ,
''OAINESVIIXE. FLA.
and Mrs. Ray Thomas were
3Ib 25c Pound17c
short visit. - - -
a
J. C. Hall and children of Sunday on = u
ne, spent Wednesday with Agnes Knowles, Miss Ltila !WeeK Nov. 12th .
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If.! !Plant City. Is i i prayer. Varnes.meeting Fate Brown here Weunes-attend- TODAY Ifl Maxwell ouse' Sugar, 5 Ibs. ____ 25c Sliced Bacon lb. __ 21c

ng several days in Stark COFFEEPound29c RICE BUTTER
{relatives. "Flying High"A

II. LAGS ERGREN
and Mrs. F. L. Morrow of Musical Comedy with

onday.nvllle were business visitors SlirveylncLe"eUoc'Mapplnc ] Bert La.hr Sibs.-r----19c Pound32c s


and Mrs. Kenny Townsend ,Marks Florida CHARLOTTE GREENWOOD .- --- ----.....- .. ---- -

ke> Butler were business hers Added-Bourne Ate_ Comedy We Grind PureCOFFEE Great Northern Salt orMATCHES

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i. Susie Rosser and Frank, Jr., --1

[I 1 Mr.,Tuesday.Rosser hi Jacksonville ) ATLASThe ,Lqndl. ., 2 Ibs. __ _____ 2Sc 1 Ib*. __- ______u 25c
ti Poxes
J r Ja' -uiT' Green Coffee, lb. ..... lOc 10 lbs. ?_..._ ._.. ____ 39c - - 5c

I and Mrs.. Robert.Demorest, -- ... -- .. ----. -
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| little daughter and :Mr. Standard Oil ,
West spent 'Thursday withed ONIONS CABBAGE LETTUCE r.


Mrs.-Rowe- R. F.who DemroeeaiFrank been Tire -One. Guaranteed Year tt Monday"Platinum& Tuesday Blonde 3 Ik - 1 lOc Pound - 2'/c for - ,- 15c : I

a I Jacksonville hospital for ,

7*, will return home Satur- ...NNNNNNFrigidaire With' _.-.J Ii

APPLES Irish 10 Ibs. .Sweet 10 Ibs
Jean liar low Loretta
a Myrtle Reddish and Mrs ]lOIbs25c' Potatoes17c ,'

[Stansbury ere and daughter'E1- Young, l obt1' Williams I Potatoesv lOc

Iayse visitors to Jacksonville -- '-'- -' : _
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the three year guar- WEDNESDAY"GUiLTY No. 2 Can Sliced GALLON 2 Ibs. COCOA 2c '

\Myrtle Ford Auxiliary:Mon- electric refrigerator J AN JS" Pineapple Syrup

.moon at 2:30.: AH mem-. 2 for __ __ ..____ 25c 59c Corned Beef 15c .
\urged to be present. witn I __ ______ ..
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t.J. Roberts of Lawtey and Llo Barri/more Pan Gold Goodwtfe i ---- -.
Aloiller'sJVhllerlng
Anderson of Brooker, were I For sale by Tomato Soup _. 5c
Kay Franlc.Ifladge
FLOUR FLOUR Van r
Camp's Milk
: Evans, Aubrey Smith

NT A WORCOLUMN Smith's Service |II Thursday & Friday 24Ibs.65c 241bs.-----75c large - 25cFR '

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P"IE BIX BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE, FLORIDA ., FRVAY .
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1 Lt.1: .i' Jfl: Pullets In Sixth FLORIDA POULTRYMEN LARGE SUM IS -


.r'II Mi:: : \ FARM NEWS SECTION Egg Contest Off WINNERS CHICK GROWING IN,NATIONAL CONTEST COLLECTED FROM FIFTIETH ANNIVERSARYRED

{ {With Good Start SALE OF STAMPS CROSS
I Five Florida raisers
J II .I t; poultry POSTER
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have recently won national recog-
I' :'A i\\, Conducted By The 840 pullets in the sixth Flor- nition aud-a cash award by their Florida's documentary stamp

l', 1J 1\\ : ida National Egg Laying Contest success in raising chicks entered: tax: enacted by the 1931 leglsli-

J 'I I.> .f \, L. T. DYER County AKentlH' here layed: na average of nearly 13 in a $2,000 chick growing contest I tur, and which had been In opera-

l'i' : :-J 4;' A MISS PEARL JORDAN, Home Demonstration Agent cgga: : during October, the first conclude: by Poultry Tribune, tion one month yesterday, has returned -
month of the contest, according to to the
j\\ ,!I I.'4' ,W leading poultry magazine. I $30.576 in revenue
i' It'' i ill P i. !'. Stanton, supervisor, This Is More than 7.000 poultry raisers st"te according to figures made

1 Blooded Cattle To HILLING: STRAY CATS '. better record than: was obtained representing every state: In the Un- public at the office of comptrollerAmos

4 w WILL YELP PROTECT luring the first month of any of today.
ion entered 2,137,000 chicks in the
rR Be Auctioned At GAME AND HONG BIRDS who. previous contests. contest. Each: prize winner had Sale of the stamps during the y a a! "J ,

State Dairy Salejr' --- Seven: of the 10 loading pens to raise a high percent of the first month has.been through the

Kill\ the stray cat and help pro- were owned by Florida poultrymej, chicks started comptroller's office direct, almost
keep a good record
i tect both game and songbirds is with the White Feather Farm, !
/ it said as there has
was
Boma of the best blooded: dairy and write a good letter telling how entirely,
tho suggestion of Carlyle Carr of learwater first with 239 0
+ points
been sufficient time as yet
f ; I cattle In the country will be sold I they were raited. The winners are "hardly
tho U. S. Biological Survey: and the for 205 eggs The Daily Farm for clerks of the court and banks
In Gainesville November all listed In the November Poultry
at auction
Ui G ,
I" Florida Agricultural Extension Miami was, second and Davidson
designated to handle the stamps:
second annual sale of Tribune.
< 17 at the Service. He also urges city real- Poultry Farm, Eagle Lake, third. w4
+ I on consignment, to report collec-
v1 : + the State Dairymen's, Association "Tho Florida poultrymen winningcash '
I t lents who have housecats they The pullet that received the most

according to, the registration pa- wish to get rid of to kill them or points was owned by Crescent prizes were: Mrs. A. V. Earn- tions.When of l
amount
; pers that have been filed with the ist, Crescent City, E. L., Hall: Or-, advised of the
turn-
\ rather than
have them killed Poultry Farm Dradcnton. She
cf-
'. connigument committee. The consignment lando, Mrs. F. A. Merrihew, Cler- sale through the comptroller's
I
n.'ff Ing them loooe ia the country layed 27 eggs for 27.05 points.
five R. A. Gray secretaryof
today
f
.
list now contains between mont E. H Laney, Sanford and
where they become a menace to Thirty-five of the 84 en-
1 25 and r pens :Mis. R. B. RIcketta St. Petersburg. state said the figures were very
20 and Jersey Guernsey
rl birds. tred owned Florida
I
are by poultry-
and Indicated the new
+ i heifers. Each! of these winners received J5 gratifying, $
j
"J. M. Loughborough, secretaryof I men, and the others come from in cash. tax: measure would prove a valu- 'I
The bulls will all be ti
r ( Guernsey, ._ ...._ _.___ _'.1_ the International Cat Society !/leadln| g poultry breeders In 20 able revenue producing law tap-
a n t r from yearlings LU twu-jrcar vuua, estimates that there are 1,500,000cats states.. Fifty-five of the pens are and different
ping an entirely new
and the heifers between six I
are In Florida of which 1,000,000are White Leghorns, while Rhode Island FORMER FLORIDA! DEAN source from any ever employed by i r
months and of
a year age. They stray and without homes," says Reds Barred Rocks, White WRITES BULLETIN ON the state legislature before.

1 j, ,, will come from the herds of V. C. 1\.2'\ .'. Carr. "One cannot travel at Rocks White Wyandottes Buttercups CITRUS IN BRAZIL Sponsors of the bill at the time

id 1'1 'I .i : : p Johnson, Jacksonville, J. A. Fro- eight in any section of the state Speckled Sussex, and Columbian promised $ OOOOO a year from Its
Ranch Bra.Yd" -
hock of ,
) Inspiration without observing them roamingthe : Wyandottes are repre- Copy of a new citrus bulletin on operation. Those charged with r
denton, and Joe Speldel a loading 9
country where they are forage cented. citrus culture li Brazil written by sale of the stamps and collection ,} ?
breeder of West
3 l Virginia.Tho ing for a livelihood A number of the pens started the Dr. P. H. Rolfs, former dean of of the revenue, believe these fig- It :

;f Jersey bulls are all yearlings "It is estimated that these stray contest with colds and chickenpox the Florida College of Agriculture will be exceeded.

? r4 1' and the heifers are all more cats destroy as many quail:: each but the management has been and director of the Experiment: urea: .

4 :' than six;.; months old. The Jerseys year as are shot by hunters. Theyare able to keep these troubles under Ctation and Extension Service has

h'h will come from Mllam Farms, Miami serious menaco to groundneot control. The of DON'TS FOR HUNTERS
h a use lights/ seems been received Pt the Experiment: cIRIr

', ; k4 i and Pennock Plantation, Palm ,ng song and game: birds which to have helped production quite a Ctation.! The former dean's daughter -

J ; :, Beach aro absolutely: helpless against bit, !.ft". Stanton slid: Production ClTlssa Rolfs, la coauthor.Dr. The Itaalt: Walton League, which j

"The heifers In the sole have all them at night. for the first day was 203: eggs, and Rolfs is now technical consultant is Interested In the conservation of w. ,

been selected with the view of Mr.\ Carr urges tIle destruction, for the last day of October COG. on agriculture >(
j 'I them being foundation heifers for" particularly by huntsmen of stray $ Minas Ceraes in Brazil. hunt, issues the following warn- J
farmers and 4-H club members, :
; t cats already in existence, and the o ings: .

' ; k stated H. G. Clayton chairman of prevention of straying by time SECRETARY:: IIVCE UUGE3 Dor.'t pick tip a gun by the muzzle .
"All
"a the consignment committee. cats. HINTS TO HOUSEWIVES PREVENTION: OF FARM FIRES unless you want to wear! a harpor -7..,.
of the bulls arc good prospects for "Most of these cats are made a h'1lo.Dor..t %.

';l l i t a heading a herd," he said.f homeless when they are half grown Weekly from-Home Demonstration (By puds: Johnson.) pull a loaded gun, muzzle :<,..(

f 1 I' r Tho solo will begin at 1 o'clock, kitten", he says. "Usually city peo- Specialist Tallahiuuwe Secretary,of Agriculture ArthurM. first through a fence. A high power '

I I I h and will be held at the local fair ple, not knowing they are jeopard- Hyde mikes a plea to farmers bullet or a shotgun charge never ,J ,
It be m3.do.byO. k .aalva"fw ; S .
Short talks will
} tl grounda. izing the bird life of the state dis- and rural community residents of helped anybody at close range. ',"

L H. Thomas, chairman of the pose of kittens by dumping themto COOKING SWEET POTATOES the United States; to reduce the Don't walk behind your hunting' -
+ of PRETTY, twenty year-old bank anniversary Is ibsm
chamber rid-1
commerce
j Alachua county shift for themselves on the outskirts huge annual fire loss on farms estimated partner with a cocked: loaded: rifleor l'
field teller of PUoenlxvllle. Penn :iSl anti thrmili)' ..be MrlMi
a 1[. C. Bates, representative
;1j of a city or In the country.They Besides being palatable and nu at $100,000,000 in propertyand shotgun. Angels'may be bullet '
,ylall'lHiu Maraiei the Rfil Cross In all the I ijcouturles.
of the American: Guernsey :; Will
$
soon learn: the bird killing tious the sweet potato ranks highIn 3,500 lives. proof but hunters are not. .
Alf. Neilson president carved as' the model for the ltd
Club
Cattle habit: It Is better to dispose of fuel value. It produces an alka- The secretary pointed out that Don't drag:: a shotgun out of a Joseph M Clement IsIhiIF|
r Florida Guernsey Association Cross pester this and I dole
I surplus kittens by drowning, pre- line residue which is valuable when overy fire prevented representsthat boat In line with the body. You year th'a' elective: annlvenarj
field entered everlasllny i
Into the halls
and O. E. Van Cleaves representative of
ferably before their eyes are open. there is an excess of acid In the much gain for a community.The and your hunting partner may / which follow nut the iltnaiai
American Jersey
,; I of the No doubt conservation organizations body. Sweet potatoes can be pre- reduction in the average farm want to live a little longer. fame. Red Cross hh"'Unlay'.Tltl) i ijorvloe
Whitehurst
1 Cattle Club. J. M. ,. such as the Izaak Walton pared to form a number\ of delicious firo loss is equal to tht much Increase Don't take a rest by leaning your Tills particular poster mark thfllfclctli to hiinianliy Mr I 01

president of the state Dairymen'sAssociation League, the animal rescue league dishes. : in the agricultural income. hands or arms on the muzzle of a birthday of the American lies! a studio\ and home on II1i

will preside.! the local pound or any hunter Baked Sweet Potatoes Farm fire property losses are loaded gun unless you don't want ,ted Cross. The original pester;: wil property! at riieiler Siirliilsylvanta. !

I would be glad to assist in disposingof This is possibly the most whole- about one-fifth of those ur. uu them any more. b preserved la the Red Crone mu and thus Inn'lfd' 1110IIlellltllnl'lIooll

b ( the animals humanely, instead some way of cooking sweet pota- nation and the loss of life is about Don't ignore a no trespass sign. slum In Washington and the reprn ): for .Incnl UMI!

WRUF FAIiM PROGRAM of forcing them to prey on the toes, since some sweetness Is lost one-tenth. A majority of the farm Be considerate of other's prop- J.ullons'iII: undoubtedly be used MCvPl! 1 Ml"l "''''11 she\

lr "Tho Voice of Florida" I valuable bird life of the state or when they are steamed or boiled fires are preventable Secretary erty and hunting rights.13ROOKER. I I 11: insi: -when time 0:11: hii',''"
J perish." Choose smooth sound potatoes, Hyde declared. lie mentioned as ---
.
wash them_well and bake in a the principal:: causes of farm fires; in Jacksonville Thursday.Mr. J
talks about Florida farm : Tom Dukes of Lake Butler
Radio
moderate oven until they are soft defective chimneys and flue's,
'' problema will be given each day FOUR-II CLUB GIRLS was attending to business here COFFINS & CASK
throughout. Bake slowly If very I sparks on combustible roofs lightning -
state radio station GIVEN METAL PLATE Thursday. And a Pull Line ol.lUndrlakero
next week from
lt- moist and sweet potatoes are de- careless use of matches and Maas. Vera Golney, Cor.
WRUF, the University' of FOR FRONT OF HOME Mr. R. W. Brannen Is spendingthis
r' sired. smoking!:, spontaneous ignition of
; week in Lake Butler. Supp
Extension
Florida Agricultural
Fried Sweet Potatoes !agricultural products, careless
'talks "Four-H Club :Member Lives Mr. and :Mrs. R. T. Osteen were Mr H. P.
announced. These Gainey was transact-
t Service lUnll.E IIMIM'
? The raw potatoes may be peeled handling and storage of gasoline VT()
I ' t will be broadcast from noon to Hero" is what! metal plates recently in Starke last :Monday.Rev. ing business Lake Butler Monday
Ter sliced and fried, and should be and kerosene defective wiring, and Al' .n>. im llnmlM rb.
I' In front of the homes of J. T. Barnes of Trenton filled --.
standard time. placed .
eastern
12:40: cooked In medium hot fat until Improper use of electrical appli- .*r.!.e fit tn. l<>Mf.I.
I The schedule follows: ,,15 Hlllsborough County 4-H club they can be pierced with a straw. anceo. : his regular appointment at the Umatllla Mallen Soap Prod- MlMrlnl. ....nfl..n. In. I IA"n"rlf.

I {* f Sat., Nov. 14-Florida Farm I girls announce. They may also be cooker in boil- Local organization backed up by Baptist church last Saturday and ucts Co., Inc., shows Increase In .

News and Hints-U. S. Farm Science :Miss Alice Lee Rush, home demonstration Ing water until nearly done and : Individual effort, Is one of the most Sunday.Mr. output. nr.es''rs.It ) RIInllIr
is awarding the and Mrs. T. W. Markey and
agent Apalachicola More than 700
Snapshots. then sliced and fried in of
peeled, farm
effective means reducing JO"ES:
DEWITT C.
Nov 16-Proper Handling plates to girls whose productiveclub Mrs. G. W. Hazen! and Miss Eunice shipments of oysters made local
R" Mon., about one-eighth inch of hot fat. and rural community fires Secre- by :
to Prevent Decay of Citrus-E. F work comes up to the 4-H Breakfast bacon served with the tary Hyde said. He urged com- Hazen were in Starke Thursday "--'"'rs during first week of oyster I ,,'r 111KF .11111111.

at Wash" clu standard. There are about afternoon.Mrs. season.
DeBuck. Farm Reporter potatoes makes} a nice dish, and munities to organize for fire protection
1 :M. of Grah'1m,1|
ington. SCO girl club members in the wes- Surrency
the potatoes may be fried in the whenever feasible. He
and of the and by De- was here visiting her mother, Mrs. r.
Nematodes tern county
1 Tues., Nov. 17 part
y
!' { savory bacon drippings. urged farm clubs, schools and other -
Borera of Cane--J. R. Watson. cember Miss Rush hopes that ev- R. T. Osteen last week.
Sweet Potato CroquettesTo civic to call at-
organizations
member will have qualified fora Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Hazen and I
Box. STRAWBERRY PLANTSOwing
Farm Question ery 1 cup of cooked or mashed tention to the danger and needlessness -
Foundation children of Lacrosse were here vis-
Wed. Nov. 18 plate.
p potatoes add 1-3 teaspoon cayenne, of fires and to follow up
Plantings for the Florida Home- To get a plate a girl must be I a I iting his mother Mrs. D. W. Hazen
1 teaspoon flour, 1-4 teaspoon salt with collective organization for
k Harold Mowry. Primer for Town carrying on at least one produc- 1-2 cup chopped nuts or ground their control., Sunday.Mr. I to the dry-like conditions around StarU
and Mrs. L. R. Waters and
l tive project In addition to her sew- ,
Farmers. parched peanuts, and 1 egg. Mix and Lawtey on
we are makingvery special prices
Is children were visiting his fatherIn ,
for If It a
Thura.. Nov. 19-Preparing ing and cooking projects.
thoroughly and shape Into croquettes. SPORTSMEN ASKED TO
r the Beef Calf Crop-W. J. Sheely. garden It must have the proper Roll the In Bell last Sunday.Mr. your wants in both Missionary and Blakemore berry j
croquettes LIMIT KILL OF DUCKS
Crowing Healthy Tobacco PlantsDr. number and variety of vegetables bread crumbs and fry in deep fat. A. B. Surrency was In Starke plans. See our agents Brownlee Bros., Starke

W. B. Tisdale. or If she Is raising poultry the girl I, Candled Sweet PotatoesCut With the opening of the 1-month last Monday.Mr. and G. W. Roberts of Lawtey Fid. who will take
w Fri., Nov. 20 Principles of Cooperative should show a good record and end and Mrs. Hugh Butler Cros- ,
boiled sweet Into
_ Effort D. E. Tlmmon.al the season with at least 20 good potatoes water-fowl hunting season this by's baby is very sick at this writ your order.
long slices. Place In earthern dish, year, PaPul O. Redington, Chief of
Farm'Reporter Washington.. pullets. ing. We hope It will soon be well
al and on each slice spread 1-' teaspoon tho
United
Biological Survey, again. You know Bauer plants of quality and we know

Quincy Ground broken by Al- PLANTING COVER CROPS of butter and a little sugar. States Department of Agriculture, We are glad to know that Mrs. how to red
ship plants time and give you
1 Cover the bottom of dish with water calls upon all true sportsmen' to your on
britton and Williams local contractors More than 40,000 pounds of winter Cora Crews Is olowly Improving.Mr. .
for construction of corrugatediron cover crops seed have been dust lightly with cinnamon, recognize the seriousness of the and Mrs. E. J. Lawis were service. So get busy at once and place your order

and concrete building for bought by the farmers of Jackson and bake until the sugar and butteb preset crisis affecting the birds. visiting her sister, Mrs. W. O. for'what you may want.

'', 1 Gadsden Ice & Power Co. county this fall and will be plantedas have candlded and the pota- The situation Is due he says to a Rimes In Lake Butler last Wednes-
toes browned. combination of adverse conditionsIn
Il' % r' HollywoodQuality Feed Store soon as there is sufficient rain
i opened under management of Do reports Sam Rountree, county Mashed Sweet Potatoes cumulativo effects of drought day.Mr.. Lessley Johns of Jacksonville J. BAUER
Boll until ten-
unpeeled potatoes drainage and overshooting.In .
bsi
E. -Kent was here Sunday visiting
we, { Aspy.
,. der. Remove peelings, mash well, expression the hope that hunters friends.
\ ,(,; ; } { : I "I' w w and with butter salt anda THE STRAWBERRY PLANT MAN!\
season ,
,
will spare some of the ducks,
< .: -- - Miss Canty Oliver of St. Augus-
( '
l' : ." small amount of milk or cream. in view of the evidence found by JUDSONIA, ARKANSAS
< "r! I.. tine was here Sunday visiting her
'I : Itt. t r I TREES COMMIT SUICIDE Beat until smooth and light, and tho Biological Survey that the

., !1} ;
tl'"r.\. '" -- .
1 '", r, I r' I 0; he says that the future not onlyof Mr. A. 1... Green and sons Lea-

., "..",.,.....,.. WOMEN FILL PANTRIES the birds and of the sport cf) lie and Roy, were In Starke Sun- You'll Know how
'. .." WITH CANNED PRODUCTS never good
\ < ,. : hunting them, but also of such occupations ,
.
'. ;: < ... J il i\ as guiding and caring for day.Mrs.. .T. E. Chambers of Jacksonville a cigar can be until you .:
< There are more than 6,000 pintsof hunters and the manufacture of ,
!.
.' here visiting her moth- have smoked
w. ',''Ie.. . ,.. fruits, vegetables and honey hunting a
-., ,;,.. equipment depends upon er. Mrs. Cora Crews. ,
t> .- ........ __". ,,. :, ... .... in the pantries of 11 members ofthe tno unselfishness of ,
#Ji-J. .
fl 1i .t.:.. ;. every man Messrs. H. P. Gainey and J. L.
', ,'" .. 'I''I'o" WNOW
..
_ .: White City Home Demonstration -
i ..,........\, ... '.\.>..' ...: ';\_-.... '.... ...... ... f. Club near! Fort Pierce accord- If there ia a heavy kill of ducks
.
::... N .
home
Ing to Miss Ethyl Ilolloway,
H .fir'':'''S' ,ty''', this year and If there Is no amel-
s
..I h demonstration agent. ioration of drought conditions next SAME SIZ!
,9 The women have been canning the the birds be \ 1 -
year, may placed: : HAvAlfA
.T: all season to put enough canned In such a prevartoua situation as /e MORE

goods In the pantry to supply the to endanger the future of the sportof gel MILD

family need, and supplement. their wildfowl hunting, he said. The ghtlu11 y

home They garden have canned. 1,080 pints of verdict selves. lies with the hunters them- Qm1Tirf /. Lewis Cinar Mfn. Co.. Newark. N. JYouTLiver.. ''a


vegetables. 672 pint of fruits 779 The duck-hunting season this.

pints of fruit Juices, 1,128 pints of year: opens In Florida November Wake Up Bi|

jellies, preserves. a=d butters, 730 20. In all parts of the country the

pints of pickles and ketchups and aeason la limited to one month. .
..
I-: w. r'
r-S 1,600 pints of honey. .

_ These products on the local mar GARDEN YIELDS MUCH -Without Calom

ket would be worth $1,235: or an -

j fJ average of $114 for each woman. Nearly 4,000 pounds of vegetables !Pin deal the iwifttit itrok of --- .e..laad.. .. .,.
nultiK. known Co man.Lighiainf. And Tool lamp Out of Bed u w. 1..1. .
have been from II.
the
gathered:: _
.
.
; H.r. u a tree pictured in to. .ci 01 u. u ton KrtuiuJ>> flu man PLANT DILL SEED NOW one-twentieth of Ot- B.l.t.'a arroekl. I Ure in the d..n die.. . It i...t d. .
.
: garden 'aladrk.
acre
+ ..r.otr Morning Rarin Go .. r r
.uicid. cam ol It. root teat it w i ommituni food wnicn .timui.lt it* *IOWIDno Ue Lee Bass, local '-H club girl ......* million dollar'. hi en .loon .... _sad P'"
,+, , *..>*.. DCircia IM trunB rat pf;..- I moi' .oo noi,*. it to r.coSomrtimt ..r Dill seed should be planted between reports Miss Bertha Henry home yearly, It ttnka any who*without If you feel sour and sunk: and the .ft- _a-- ""

+ '11,t+i pure i* incmaco H coin irurm *ndroot u>*r. .r* tc mans iitann now and early: December, according demonstration agent. Ottle Lee wanting.HAROLD. world looks punk don't swaDow aloe _.... _M14..d.ferr. .

i grow until it OOCUD .. K
{H' Il{ Y to top tile now ai tn" tit* .i ,map a..U M tn.n> *i O0t ulna' authority along that line. garden. ....?. "...,,__ emndjr or' chewing: cum and upwt Lub.rav.dOb..Y p YOd' .
- -" -
s nit cm tnD .iowi. / .tar.*. too Oirdlin root actui most l""u.O" The seed should be sown thinlyIn them to male
6 + iMHe Mae 1 you suddenly .*_
rill UVEAPtUA.--
) f' .au> nil ...un/ i. .iw proouceoroot i) to tn* teal D.W. d .ia.. i. ;30 clod ....
that foot .
drills or more buoyant and .
are a Association lufl
Atlantic
of
Deeper Waterways tua.bi.Per ,
....-
f IIJ ncircnoi 'na' roouDw on. id* too street oo in cafe ......,.., .,.,-
.
,y1 pn.numnob w pal a' .11 uo- ana in tn tnt craw u> bard p.r11ae apart a=d later should be thinnedto adopted resolutions requesting they cant do ML They; only T er bra. drewv.w.os..M -

.++ summon u> .... ..... world ccoraimilo MWO ''*'ba,* rnwtanc I* ml o.. three or four Inches apart. war department to recom- C. WALL MOW the bowte and a OMT. BOVW.wot N '

Murtio .. u.*.( liMa at tn. u.... root tell u*. no n ..a... -i*.anr. 1 mend deepening of northwest chan- domnt (*t at thw CBIM Tfc. ......----

( N Iutu 11 lr*. "',..*." "TO .fm.ef rn oti|l nor POTMI nt in* pie Tampa Wilson Coffee Co.. nel to Key, West harbor. INSURANCE ---fOf''GUr d l..... I ...-" -*..Mfrs

wee MI MOT,) 1..p _re...... met' *r> so Ins o*. MM* *.- UM** granted charter to grind and Mil Stuart RauI__'.) grocery I I V lwr ow'. .1 etulei4. pr sots sos lark-rl..a I-leer ..

l 1, ,/ a!..... ____ ins (irniin j nrm 11M ,w eIICIICae_lee. aalplta.-" -.---- coffee. being ....modeIed.'U.u" STARKE. FLORIDA daIb'p'taa0.. i JrI fi W.uttlywt Iwi i 1A.1... .-.-.. w....

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\'EMBER, S0931. _. BRADFORD COUNTY TEI.EGRAPII. 8TAUKE. _arnn.nat __. ____,_. ....."' ... ...uwo"....."..
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Prayer: Lord, my soul foUoweth - '" --- .

-t---ta lard after Thee: Thy right band BAPTIST- -- I TRAIN SCHEDULE Pensacola -- Pensacola's olde Dade City -- Seaboard Railroad

ipholdeth me. 1- still stands after 1" 1 Co., rushing construction of
large
Sunday school at 10
a. m. A. J.
j Thomas Effective Sunday, August 9th of battling the element picking shed at Intersection of
supt.
DAILY schedule changes and trains will This old structure is located at th Church street and Seaboard tracks "
BIBLE READINGS Send children to
your Sunday run as follows: cornore of Main: and Spring streetIt Fort Pierce Ten acre gladioli

+k anlfrT.> school realize Parents sometimes do not No. 107, southbound due Starke. Is no longer In use but the brie farm to be established near here

anttt my feet, anil a light unto my path.-Psalm 119:105.r : The November 13 how much good a boy or 10:40 a. m. walls still st-cd as they were bul"la : rand Island Nurseries of Euntia by
One Great ,
; 5181M1p Friend A girl can receive from
man attending No. 1
southbound due Starke
I 1787. The historic dwellln; who will transfer entire
' - teaching doctrine or that hath friends must shew hlm- this service. The operations ,
i"3rtr-tTrt.( All religious early training a 10:33 p. m.
was built by William Panton. 1 to this
; TtlnrilllH tUffi****: creed.if they are to have any claim celf friendly: and there Is a friend child get will often carry them No. 108, northbound, due Starke was a massive residence of brie -_place.spnClAL.. +>

that stlcketh closer than a brother. through many hard places in life. 5:39:
theChrlstwhosewordsotontoeveryfohiandcrevile p. m.
love, loya"V { three stores high with a cellar

'e'hlnB whom\ it wa said in John 7:46."NEVI ER MANn -Proverbs 18: ;24. Church services, morning at 11 No. 2, northbound, due Starke built with English brick and I MAHTKH'8 bALls j
end of November 11 o'clock at 7:30. T..k* notlc thHf under
, ''omen heart ; evening : Pastor 0.10: a. m. English style William Panto: virtue of that and by jl
MAN.
certain
LIKE THIS Our Burden Bearer Cast thy: will preach at both services. Prayer \Vanneo Branch was known as America's first millionaire dated dot. tlHt, Iftjtt anil final entered itaarc by

and Union counties ero Inv!ted to use thin de- burden upon the Lord, and he shall meeting Wednesday the icon Adklnn. Judge of
Bradford and night at No. 101 leaves Starke 7 a. m. and merchant prince.. H< iult :' 'rtof HrnilforJ Clr-i,
anncunce- '
i{ church activities, organizations sustain thee: he shall sut'ler'the 7:30.: We county, FlorIda
newel of never hope to have a large No. 102 arrives 2:40<< In tiint curtain
for mttde-the oniy requirement p. m. used the house as his own and haC forclonur unit t
and no charge righteous to be moved._Psalm number In which Hank of
given Htarka
at this
present to a
meeting
freciy T. J. corpora
Griffin
Agent additional around It that
buildings
.1 splice reach this| morning:. tine, la Complainant and Frank F. I
fnrBCturrrftfIsseueeVednoeday SO 22. T"
: for
. plan our Every Member Can
Wlntorllna la
lhnitinvh he h ladled -- were used as warehouses for Pan- defendant: the undarKlvtocl -
November 15 vass." Closing will Hell at public outcry In
of Malls
ton. Leslie & Company, Indian front of south dnor of
court noiino
FO of
The Lord is Good 0 taste and
three had O Train No. 107, south, 10:20: a. m traders, who served the trapping Bradford: : county In town of Rtarko
bad They
I taught years. see that the Lord Is good: blessed PIIESBYTFRJANServices Train No. Florida I to the highest and bssj
with Greek 103 north, 0:20: p. in territory as far north a Tennessee. bidder for .
seen Paul In company a c h .
I|I I
SCHOOL Is the man that trusteth in him. ; djJ/ol.rlOhhel.
malls houra. of
SVND.\ Night close 6 m. aala
p. They had branches In St. Augustine 7th
of the streets of JeruSalem -
I|I Ephesus -Psalm 34: 8. Sunday November 15: day of December A. D.
LESSON Starke & Bell Branch 1831. the fd
,, II : Havana and:: London. The rule ;
had
t I| and supposed that he November 16 as follows: following real a tata lying and be- 1
the Mall closes T a. m. was for 15: years In territory Under of Starka, Bradford
i brought the Greek intp temple. The Eye of the Lord-Behold, 10 a. m. Sunday school, J. M. Mail arrives 2:40 county, Plortdai
: m.
and p. Britlah rule <41< years under lieKlnnlnir I at
"All the city was moveJ, a point on north ulila
1 NOVEMBER 15, 1031 the eye of the Lord Is upon them Truby, aupt. Spanish rule and 90 under of A. 8. U. ft O. Railroad when
took Paul and drew him out years
R they that tear him, upon them that hope 11 a. m. Morning worship, ser Blue Bun Schedule Wantmoraland Street cru...... the
And went the American flag Mr. Hood right of way of the A.
of the temple. as they 8 H A. O.
Paul in Jerusalem. him to in his mercy: To deliver their soul mon by the pastor., Northbound: 8:51: a. m., 1:21: p. states. When William Panton nullrond, and on the Sect side of
cct: about to kill tidings came Hid.
from death and to keep them alivein 6:30: m. Christian Endeavor. street and run north parallel
p. m., <4:13< : : m. 8:21 0:00 +
: m.
be, the chief captain who Immed p. p. : a. died John Innerarlty took possession with We tmorelnnfl street 100 feet M'
Icn Text: "Thou shilt famine.-Psalm 33: 18, 17. Topic, "What! is the Purpose of of the house and lived there thence suet, at Hunt angles I to said "
all men of what lately took soldiers and centurians November 17 Life?" (What meaning m.Southbound Street 417 feet, thence south 140 feet
one
tness unto may : 9:34: a. ra, 11:34: a until his' death In 1834. right of tto ,
way of the
and ran down unto them: and when A. 8 It A O
,ast seen and heard. Acts I and the Sin Acknowledged I acknowledged see in life; the development of m. <4:34<: p. m., 7:31: p. m., 12:47: a. Ttallruad. thenca w."t to point of J1"M1

they saw the chief captain my sin unto thee and mine character; the growth of knowledge Tickets And Information beginning: In 02 to& 19!) Tuwnnhlp W-l
atSmlth'8 0 llang-e
soldiers left of Perry Wilson Lumber Co.,, South, ,, :
39.a they beating
Acts 21:17: I not hid I said I and wisdom the
have : ,
Text: Iniquity opportunityto Service Station next to A. M. CRRW9
,
a on and Place: A. D. 58; Cae- Paul. It was unlawful to kill in will not confess my transgressionsunto learn Christian love, the chanceto courthouse\ took over local body plant and factory KNIGHT Spatial. !\ ...."... In Chancery
out of Graham-Paige Co. A KNIOMT, Clarke
the temple, so they drew Paul Fla.
and Jerusalem the Lord; and thou forgavest build up and leave the world Sollclturn for Complainant
Paul's threeministry into the court of the Gentiles, there of sin. Psalm better than found It. Kenansvllle: Scott mill renamed 11-6-81-18-4.
Auction: "After the Iniquity my we )
,
he went being two courts, or yards, in front New Smyrna Effort being full-time operations with force SF
7:30
Ephesus 32 S. : m.
at : p. Evening worship, song
of the temple; the inner one for nrVo to secure bank here.WHO of about 150/! men.NOTI'F NOTICE TO AI'I'KAIl
some I 18 and
acedonla and spent November sermon. It
: at Philippi Jews, and the outer one for Gentiles -I Let them ed to annoarlnir the bill hy alTlilavll, attach i
with churches The Righteous Cause: Prayer meeting Wednesday eve of complaint' filet In

' lonlca and Berea. Then he and strangers. The courts I shout for joy, and be glad that favor ning at 7:30.A : Notice la herehy given that the fnlttwlnir d...ecrlhiMl Inndn. will be noldat thl hna. rnttrt flied wherein Annn Dell furl
stilt for
were separated by a wall, with agate public auction on the. FIRST MONDAY IN HWnMHrcu. mil. It helnc divorce Aanlnnt.
' Into Greece where heed my righteous cause: Yet, let cordial invitation to all our I Samuel dart, that the renldenca
down the 7th dRY of said month, before the courthouse. Poor at Stnrke In It rait ..Mr.. .... of or
three months, probably where was a notice to Gentiles them say continually, let the Lord services extended to all. ford county State of Florida or m> much thereof an. will he neceeenr. known to Samuel (Tart la un* t.
to and strangers that "Any one tres- to pay the. amount due for taxea, .. net opi onlto. the nnme', together with In. cornplalimntl that then
no
rlnth. Being determined be magnified: Who hath pleasure the coat of aiiuh sale and ailvertlalnc. C A. KNIGHT, Tax Collector known peraon In the atata of Florida,
eraaleum for the feast ofoat. passing will bring death upon him. In the prosperity of his servant. Tare, prom whom to aslant service of prncexa

I be retraced his steps self as a penalty." Psalm 33: : 27. SERVICES AT K1XGSLEY De.eeinltoa bee, T I I. A. nw...r A ('...,. fondant would bind the said da-

and down test o The chief captain took Paul "and November 19 LAKE N% ofNMi Cwi4 ____ ._to 0 19 SO B. W.'liaye., Admr. ___. U' It In therefore ordered that the
'h Macedonia of NKVi A 1'1%of NW's ""'lit Hnniux) hart da appear to the '
him be bound with
Asia Minor commanded to "With & SP!" of NCti bill of complaint
coast of Strength and Wisdom A NBV In aald reuse In ,.
be two chains: and demanded who he wisdom the There will be services at Kings- of mny' ,_____u__ 1 7 It 140 K W. Hayea, Admr19M1 BH Ktarka. Klorldn.' on or hefora f a-
hlng and exhorting as and what he had done. And God Is strength and : ley Lake Baptist Chuch Nov. 19, NBV of SEtf -H < II8V. 40 Lydia Tlnon ____________ lOT comber 7th, A. l n. t9H, etna the) all.
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Seven of his friends, besides was, deceived and the deceiver are his." Lad i a a 4 or nik s LIVImtHton Kntlona. of said Mil will ba taken
Mace some'cried one thing, some another 11 o'clock, preaching by Pastor Trill A Ca'm addition an conftftHed, by him. tr
from Asia Minor and -Job 12: 10. to Stark In WHto" It .la. further mdered that
thla
Swain Jacksonville.
[accompanied him. Paul seem among the multitude: and 0-- Harry Singing NN.% __"____111 8 Si Unknown __ _._____. '..11 entice hn puhlHhe( l onna a weak for
he commanded him to be carried I convention at 2 o'clock. Everybody 1 1 S".to SV4'( nt lot 4 fiur cnn"e I I expect trouble at Jerusalem, of B1I 4 Uvlnrftton. Truhv County TeMirraph,
publUhad ?
welcome. lunch will In f
SAXTONPreaching Bring
told the Ephesians that they Into the castle. And when he came I A Co'" addition to aiLlvlngraton Starke, Florida

At.rea upon the stairs he was borne [ serve at 12:30 o'clock.J. 8tark In WM( of NI'J'111' ( IIt Truby" Co IS.13 WltneMB. my hnnd nil Clerk and the
I never see him again.. first and third L. Silcox clerk. .Lot. 1 13 4 I T of Hlk: BLvlnanton R'nl l of this court. Ihln the Srd day +
for the violence of ;
of the soldiers every of Novambor
warned him that Truhy A 'nS A. D Sail 1 1 1O
prophets ..
the people. For the multitude of Sundays at 3 p. m., by Rev. W. B. S.' .i addition to Stark. in WH W. AIJiRrtMAN.
old, be arrested and impris- the Methodist METHODISTRegular of NEK ----------1* 21 Livingston, Truby Co. '(1 ,
of Lawtey 1NACWlIITfSrVrpelp
followed after Christy
the people crying. nll' Clerk.
if he went to Jersaleum. Fin Lot.. 1 13 4 11 11 IS 14 ofHlk :'
A. rl,
Paul'splead Away with him." church. Preaching services on second 18 LI-vlnirMnn.. Truhy ( R S W S, 's
the rest of $"lleltnr '
uke and Paul was probably bound to a and fourth Sunday at 11 morning program Sunday A Co.. addition to 11.6-01-12-4.for Complainant.
with him to turn back school 10:00: a. m. Rtark In WV(, of NRtd 28 6 21 Unknown. .. ...... 189.....
soldier each side of him. In o'clock by Rev. Sellers of Jacksonville ..
but Paul 'wouldo on { Ix>f 14 K 8 T. 9 10 11 of
Jersaleum, Luke 23:18: when Pilate said he and singing in the afternoon Preaching, 11:00: a. m. League Kite 19 Llvlnirnton, Truhy MANTM/tg 541.W"
persuaded: He was ready, 7:00 1 ('0'.. addition to StarkeIn Ifereby notice l III given that under
to be bound but would release Jesus the Jews, at 3:00: o'clock. Everybody invited. : p. m.Special WUt of N1<3M -IS 8 21 Livingston, Truby A Co. 21.04 and by vitro nf that certnln final
id, not only "Cried out, all at once, saying, 4) evening service, 7:30: p. Lot. 5 H of nik' 211 Llvlnvuton I decree of foraclnetira. mad. by Hon
e for his Master.." Trtiby A t'n' addtl !- :orable A. X Ail h In* Juilva of the
went to "Away with this man * and release DAY ADVENTIST m.The .." to Stark. In WM of Twenty-Hlxth Judicial/ Circuit 1 of j'
Paul
>m Caesarea Barabas.: SEVENTH above notice of worship NE'4 ___ ----------ft 8 22 Livingston, Truby A Co. S 20 nrlrtu, In and for llntdfnrd county,
Jem, where James, the broth of nik 5 Llvlnsrnton Irlnrldn. . In Chancery siding
Sunday school, and League, Is for on the
led into
"And as Paul was to be Manuel Both- Truby & frt Sun' niviHlnn 87th day October. A 11 1911
at In
us and head of the Jerusa- Sabbath school t'h
the castle, he said unto the chief the convenience of Interested indtvlduals. of NKM.\ -.8NV 8 21 Livingston, Truby A Co 4./7 favor of FederaiTend, Flank of
1 church, said to him, "Thou elho's (Truby's Grove) at 10 a. m. It is also for those who of elk 7 or-lotnHs, 1TJvlna'Nton OOI"mblla corporation, i>" t-om.
brother how thous- captain, may I speak unto thee? each Saturday. Truby & Co.dlvl.lon lnlnanr, and against. II. P'. Henfroi -
many Who said Canst thou speak need to be reminded. Neglect of soh- of NK',4' of nnd I tor a Itenfrne. Ma wife Ij
of Jews there are which be- Bible study at F. J. Pattee's each the young people upon the part of NEV.; _18SH 8 21 David A Rosa Smith! .._. 477 J. ,r. Thom,. and Pearl Thomas his
ofiw Greek? Art not thou that Egytplan at 7:30. of nik T o"r- i hits 1 4Mvln wife, utid the fvtwtey NatlnnHl Farm
and all zealous Wednesday evening :
; they are which * leadest out into the wilderness the adult members of our church a-"ton, Truby A Co'.. Loan AaHoclatlon H corporation, a.
: Ad they are informed of Subject for Nov. 18th, "Tho Love will end in a complete loss of their Neh division of NEI4 of de'"ndnntll. II
,
that thou teachest all the four thousand men that of God. All welcome.O NEI4 __ __ _________-8a 6 22 Livingston, Truby A Co I.06.. The. Maid aneolnl master, will offer
were murderers? But Paul said, interest in the League, we fear. All nik I I.lvlnnnton. Truhv for sate In front of I the rmirthonne "

which are among the Gentiles Jew of Who has offered to give our young Co'.* nub divlelunsnf I leirnl dnor In' Blarke, Florida, luring the d'
which
nke!! Moses . neither to I am a man am a MINISTERS MEET people a social hour in the name NEK of NISJ4' __ _____.IS 6 22 Adam Thomas __ ._ ___ '.U houra of hours eleven nt A,eala M.. "etw.." the n'cembert
Tarsus * a citizen of no mean All HlkH. 9 10 Llvlno-Mton, end two o cltnk
liter the customs. Do there and I beseech thee suffer me of any of their activities In the Trubv A Co a .nh. dlvl. At+11.1 the Till th.yhlg Da
city '
: to
this that we say unto thee: The Ministerial Association of church? lon of NEW of NEy.20 6 23 Llvincaton, Truby A Co 1.18 and bent. bidder hest '
for rash
the
to speak unto the people. You Lot 1 4 of Hlk 13 f.Ivln"- '01lowl,1I' > +
the four men which have a Starke met last Tuesday afternoonat Who will offer for leadership in clan, Truhv A Co a subdivision detmrlbed prnnervtusted +s
In
to Jeru
that Paul Flradford .
on' them: Them take, and put will recall came the Methodist church and reorganized the department of religious education of NIVi of NKVi .U 6 11 Ephram Thom. _. .__. 178 The Northwest county. ,quarter Florida. of to-wlt:
salem, but in the controversy over Blk 19 Llvlngnton, Truhv A the
hyself with them and all for the year. Rev. G. H. ? ('n' eiib: division of MOW half Northwest nuartar and the North !

formalities the work of charitywas of ,._ __.________. of Houthweat qimrtar, of North
211Dlk
know that thou also walk Lowry was elected chairman and Who among our members will NHVi 8 21 Livingston, Truby A Co, 1.78 west quarter all In MII.II..n U Town

rderly, and keepest the law." practically-forgot. Rev. W. F. Jones, secretary. It discuss this matter over and over 1 .1 11 of, nik 21, 13 17, Llvlna-nton 14 A .Lot, e The Hiiulh.HoulnnnHt Itanp gender 811 east, ."Ith.* ,,
of
e plan failed to accomplish was decided to meet regularly and until something really materializes Truhv A Co'n nub division Northeast' quarter and t S-4

-mentation of the Jews or the WEEKLY SE MONE'lvrE in connection with the meetings ? Lota of NIS 8 4>4 of of Illk NB\4 19_Llvl._____."__-IS < 21 Livingston Truby Co. IS.47 quarter In' Houthennf of.Northeast corner of'quarter the Northenat,of cures,,

>tine! of Paul by them, fora have a book review or some line The choir will please have music ton Truby A Co. sub II"" 14, Township 6 Hull I til, Range aa 10K. -
division of NTCH nf NEV. 2S 9 12 Livingston, Truby A Co I.S3Llvlntfaton .a.t.
the seven days were almost Sowing the Gospel Seed of study and discussion. It was also for both services We hope to have Lota I 1 of Hlk 30 Llvlnirnton K. f>FJRltYMAN '

<1, the Jews which were of Luke 8:11.: Jesus said: The seed voted to Invite every minister In Mr. Olson at one or both services Nrml4. Co a nub Special masts,
dlvlalon of of NE% ..23WH 6 12 Truby A Co. 1.31 B M. JOHNS ha
when him in the the and vicinity to be- ,
they saw is the world of God community to assist In the music. of Blk 40 Living.ton, 8lHfnr fur Complainant

>!''e,, stirred up all the people, Matthew 13:38.: The field is the come a member of the associationand You may expect a stirring ser 'ruby A Co'* sub dlvlalon ll-b-6t. ./.

'"Id hinds on him, crying out,, world. participate in its work and vice at the evening hour, 7:30.: It Lot. I 1 of of NKVt Illk of 41 N13V.IS Living. 6 11 Llvincaton. Truby A Co. B.33 _. IYNo'rIcv (

of Israel, help: This Is the The Command-Mark 13:10. Jesua 'study. It was decided to have the Is to be hoped that every member ..*.n. Truhv A Co'n subdivision of TAX" rrr.I"'TION" ron )!f

that teacheth: annual service at' of NRVi of NE.35 $ 12 Jo. Orant .. .. ___.__. I 78 Notice la IIKRII
all men every| said: The gospel must first be Thanksgiving who can possibly do so, be present Lot 4 of ilk 44 Llvtna-iton. Lewis, hereby -''t't:: Wc"I.mN]

'e agttnst the people and the published among the nations. the Methodist church Thanksgiving -I at the morning and ,evening ser Truuy A Co nut dlvla 4I the 1 holder 4th of Tax ,

Met: this place: and further I The Harvest Assured-Matthew Day, November 26th at 10:30a. : vices Sunday. Lota Ion of NE'4 of 'NEW LIvlnB-.21' 12 Unknown __ ? .. ...... 6 21: 15114, haa filed day nald nf ccrtlflcata Aturunt.' I In A. my D ,

ght Creeks also Into the tem- 13:8.: But others fell into good m. Rev. W. F. Jones to give the -, on8.04rJ'b'IC ',. nuu* deed office to and Inane made application fnr la*
(
dlvlnlon of NF% of IS 6 12 Joe Grant ._ ..._... 2.78 thereon In accordance
and NEW -
hath be in
to
polluted this holy ground, and brought forth fruit, sermon, the music chargeof St. Augustine Building per. Lot II 9 of Hlk 1 I>.avl* A with law/ Hald certificate embrace '1

These Jews were Paul' some an hundredfold, some sixty the choir of the Methodist mite Issued during month of October Truby'* add to Stark. In. uatcri.the following in described. property .It. 4.

times at Ephesus where ha fold, some thirtyfold. church. _reached__1143,034._<<___u__- __ W N"1 01 ter Ity of__IIE'4__'_ of__ NWI4_ lit" II -.r M. Truhy . _ 24.4* to-wtti South Bradford county, Florida, "
.. = half nf Southwest quarter
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r OROTHY of 8uarter Nnrthweiit of Hnnthweet. nuarter quarter and Nnrthweat Rrep<
Charles McManm
DAILNI'I't By I IIT H nf Rv Hectlrm I 9, Tnwnehlp 41
H
T It SI Kant, conltlnlna/I "'
: The anneonment, .. ... ...t. ..-.I.I' ...ft'Reran... -.
IS under the said. certificate/ Ie.:iafwii; rF
OH : IM IN A TERRIBLE stAp'SATIOiV THgT IS CAP-T "e. YPt..EA'5INT In the name of Mrn Klla I.wl..
r3E
MEY' Unless eald
WHATSMEi STARING, certificate shell be re.
OH
OH Fix AWFUL FOR domed according" to law, tag deed .t.
7HE 1 't.1TTERWITH 1 SHCULOTHINK ME IN will Isms. thereon on (the 3.lnl day #
HER ONE OP You of Nnvemher
YOU THE E.IT A. n. ttll:
61 YovJ' f FnCE D.I OJl. thla lard day of October A. i
n wouLO 6E ,:
O. W. Alderman
WITH SUCH (Seal) Clerk of Clrculr Court., {'

A MAP 10U.st.II.IO.oTic'||nradford. county, Florida.

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'i'4x ''''KI:
\ / Notice I In, hereby given that W. 1t.
__ _,. fcBver, holder of ta. certlflcare No,
_d- (in, Fourth day nt July, A. D 1437.
has filed said' r
certificate li> mv office'
and made application. for tnx deed to '
1.
Inane
thereon In aoeordttnc. with
law Sold cerllfleate emhra..a the
following* dencrlhed property altuafed -
In Bradford County, Florida, ?
to-wlt:

One acre In Northeant corner o-f
Southeast quarter of $nuthw..l
nuarter alno beginning 6* k
el y a pit a
r went .Nnrtheant
cnrner of South- t'
I wet. quarter of Hnllth...., Charter
and run Wont 101/ yardx, Month 44* '
y a rile, Sect! l*> Verdi North 449
.
vardn to beginning In Hectlon 10.
Town.hlo 7, South Range fl taat
Containing !. sores
d
The aaneeement of
-.. . under the said certificate"sell Uaueu fvronertx was
In the name nf J. J. Byrd


.fTIIE 1\IAIN THING ON 1 MAIN STREET" By L. F. Van Zclm1tlg deemed will t/nlead I..n.according said Ih.r certlllrate.hell'nn nn to the law I6th, tux day be deed r.of.) + '


r _H . . .. T. -.' n __ __ N" .n"'IPtb IHtl,
oNI- -- tinted day of
October A.
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) 11duzz 'eel Of PAlMT5vV/U7' l
LA YA2I5 COAT dr. SUIT EMPC2IU "(01.1'LL !S IE STUCK: ON OUR ''<
,,1Aw" STREET'S ALSO PETTIC0AT5, 'IY1fATER3, f 40 County Florid
"" ; Sf+E'S BEEN a''r'n luseEa ksslspea eqj 1O..SI.U.13.NO'rlrF ,,
TER" "E Ii4PAPE2wRo SET STAYS & HECIEA NANGIN' AROUND MY P'YA' 4Up.pOSE y .r Mutanyaereas I

FAINT NOP EVER SINCE 'SHE'S A t>ETECASOME -T\\Jf / ov" APIM.KTATIOV ron Ii

,IS THC MYS- / HANIlER Ccr'+E vvA4 41R $ TWIN'IL'HUlilim f / t.A .e+ Nodes ,la herehyclven.TAx "r::1':0.: that Edna

Tt CAILED TO WASH' n Th""",., holder of tax certificate. 5
IOUS FAT Nn. 117, Fourth ilajof July, A D.
LADY "21,
he. filed ealil. certificate In my
\ ether and '
made application for taawith +e
dad to tauc ther.nn In secnrdance '
law. Said certificate embrace.
the following described property eft,
TICP'f uat. q 1(' 1ll F't'aPtTO to-wit: '.
0' rots t 1 or E..t half of Block 11. +lr:
RakclPi Livingston, Truhv A Cnmpany'N Suet %
Pa..t 3 --- I Iv division' of Northennt quarter of
IoiA'' _
ON .BEEN 4 r r/nrtnaat ounrtar Section :14 Town ,
pm3 & shin! s South 'ltan.r* 13 Rant. ,

10 ; '!lING NEEDLES THE ,,. ... Q A under The the annenemant eaid certificate/of, eald....u.:1'Wa.: ,*
Q. In the
n.m. of 8am Tlnonj, s'
rAT
lAtl't tin<*. nald certificate
HAg shall be
8U"j redemd 'r
FAQ<\ according to law. tax deed {
\Jtta 1 ni M+
ME&" Av01RDU9p43 Vs will l...u. thereon on the llth n,<
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/ aiyi 1 yTlflijIIUlJ ijnjju .. day
f
I- November A. D. IMI. '
too AROUND WlS WONT/ lihrc I ,lId"-- r"U"1". : II,. .'.. ... ....". '" ---,,,.. -.0.- .. ....: Dared thle llth day of October" A.
'"'" D. '***.
__ : ,.. -'lli'' '.'"
'i.S_ ''IIII a w. ALDERMAN ,
... .. im- (!sal l) Clerk of Circuit' Court' ,
ia.lt-.t-11-ia.Bradford County Florida.. .


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eKAiFORte TOTNTV Tr..OR" 4KKB. P1'TDAY
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; : : .otter car than you do, that doesa'l t tant a hearing mutt have compelled conducting the last(; (red rites.. Many--beautiful- --- 11,
I Brgtif\ ord County Telegraph make old boat any worse. the attendance of others The tIol11
;1. your pallbearers were: J. A. 'Were
plaCed
If, \' j From Other PensThis It ,, fool, and of those who 011 the
"' ' . I ] soma one calls you a go from the South 'Oowllug', C. D. Norman, W. J. to iJ'aY'III
the
: ,,1'i ; Ali ,. Established 1877 deceasod
i l Into the silence and meditate. He have had warm experience of Reed. E. W. Ward, T. H. Hager, C. by frttl1i111111!
\ ,., 0 may be right.If southern hospitality. Almost might I Uvee
& Hamilton, P. H. Hager, J.
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lIlll'f;\: : ; tl \t I, Published Weekly on.. Fridays and Entered as Second Class, U Home Improvement your competitor gets business bo heard the darkeys .singing Clements. I Think of the

.'IlJ: ) 11.t' /' ;, Matter atthe,, Post Office at Starke Florida Week.--Starke Telegraph. An! by unscrupulous' methods hecan.t I among the sugar cane and corn. Funeral arrangements were In shall wear:rows the
I I ,I should be holdit that way. o charge of Seashole Funeral
'f; continued to Include th e Par-
Look
I' If the world laughs at laugh upon
high
i : Yr' f, ::1' : E. S. Matthews .?..__________________ Owner and Publisher whole year.-Bronaon Journal. right bocK at It.{ .Its Just you as funny SIRS. SIDNEY CRAWFORD '''rlt. there. and be1eI! ,

.t 11 1 t.: "0 I J. C. Robinson _h__, __ .u. .. Managing Editor o M you are. ,Exchange. - -
:, 1 I Our Heavenly Father In His In-
\ t : ; We knew those Eugenie bat I 'e-
' '; 'I.,. SUBSCRIPTION souldn't last. Never saw a gal yet t, Now Candidate finite wisdom has seen fit to remove
) t < RATE He's- A
r that looked good In one.-Inver-, from our midst,. one ao dear
',1.t lIf\ : .11'1' 'I} Yearly;'$tso. ; Six Months, 75c Payable in Advance ness Chronicle. Come up to Starke,I determined!Here is a story,to'commit of an Arkansas suicide. to us all, our dear mother sister CARL'S'
send aunt. Mrs Crawford
Sunday. Sidney
,, fJ!1\ : ,.li'': \ 1 "', "' > f ,Advertising Rates on Application --o-- lie went to-the-store and bought a who departed this life Sunday No-
t !: !: : :II rope, a can of oil a box of matches \
j When everything"'? else goes, dose of arsenic and a revolver. vember 8, 1931.
M k .A Irtugh% can be.an enenr.y maker. wrong It Is not so bad If fishing..J Ia He went down and pushed his boat Mrs. Crawford was the daughterof
T Cash
t -0 Is good.-Starke Telegraph. But from the shore and tied one end of Mr. and Mrs. David Raulerson Corn
1 that Is Just the time when the the rope to a limb and the other of Glen St. Mary, later moving to
r' g ., Courtesy always pays u dividend. fish won't bitet!-Bronaon Journal. end around his neck, saturated his Bradford county, and In November
-- --- match 1890, she became the wife of Mr.
with
.. -o clothing oil. lighted a
Frog's legs placed Wauchula on and set his! clothing afire took a L. A. Crawford of Nassau, Ga. He Phone 45 Starke, Flo.
_ :j 'Wanted-A wet weather forecaster. its feet.-Starke Telegraph. And dose of arsenic, put the muzzle of died Feb. 28th, 1920. We Deliver
---0 '. the Wauchullana are not hoppin' thS revolver to this temple, pulledthe Mrs. Crawford died at home in
mad about it, either.-New Port. trigger. But the bullet glancedoff Jacksonville, Sunday morning at
nr ) Plant City's first quart only brought $5. .. Richey Press. and cut the rope above him and 1:30: o'clock, after several; days Illness *v SPECIALSlOBar
-o--- he fell kerwollop into the river, from a stroke of paralysis.
----o-
i o Slumber parties are usually and the water put out the fire. He Many were the expression of re
'j. i Anything worth selling is worth advertising.o wide-awake affairs.-Starke Tele got strangled and.coughed up the gret when it was known that this

4 graph. Proving that things are arsenic, and roe op and waded out, good woman, had' gone to her
: o not always what they are named. and declared himself, a candidatefor Heavenly home from where she has
scrapbook is an index to the keeper thereof. Bronaon Journal.Al office on the dry ticket.Ex.no lived so many years. ;Octagon Soap
. 2 25J
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like
la's' : -- .' .. Death lies' on her an un-
0- '
} Capone will have more re- Growers in the Starke'and Law. timely frost
"Turkey prices look like old white bacon special.Losing spect for the law U he has to complete tey section are unfortunately suffering Upon the sweetest flower of all 1-lOc pkg. CIip80
his sentence.-Starke Tele- severely from drought. Ac- the fields.
o graph. But he won't. Just watch cording to' .reports (rom up that Mrs. Crawford was 58 years of 1-We. pkg. Oxydol m In\

1: i your.heart? is a good way to lose your head.0 .. and see!-Bronson Journal. way only aifew strawberry growers age at the"time of her death, and
_ -- have, had the courage to put has been a devoted member of the 1 Ib. Sunbeam Coffee in Quart Glass
$ The Kelliher, Minn., Forum says out berry plants in the face of, First Primitive Baptist church tor Jar ,3

h Now, let's give the back seat drivers a great, big hand. the big problem is not birth con- most adverse weather conditions.It the past twelve years. 10 Ib. Whole Grain Rice _,
a ,. :/ : .; :. trol, it Is controlling them after la unfortunate. Growers have We who knew her best loved her ------ .r
4 0 they're born.-Starke Telegraph. sufficient grief in connection with most, and count ourselves as e...-

_ t rrf You have to shout at some speakeasies to get your order, Modern anyway you look at It.- producing bertles profitably with pectally blessed, that we were ao 2 Ib. Ground Coffee f
filled Macclenny Preslh0 favorable conditions and when long under her noble-example and 2(
,, ( -' conditions -a.ra severely ,adverse, Influence, and while it Is hard, oh I
J a'p o '- People living before the introduction -' they-.certainly& have ..a problem. so hard, to look for the last timeon
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'p Voice "of 1 the, of the installment plan en- Strawberry,, sowers of East Hills- that noble brow; yet we do not 21 Ibs. Self-rising Flour _.,____ ,_
people'is not as effective as action by the
)
joyed such nice long months.- borough'have suffered more from mourn as those who have no hope
1 i voters.., . Starke Telegraph. Yes, but they adverse weather than adverse of meeting their loved ones again 21 lbs. Great Western Flour ? 60
.. I Ii had to somehow withouta for feel awaits I| <
manage prices U.s'l/WItJ'QUple/ of years and we that a crown
0 radio; and an''electric iron!- in many ..instances are again this her in glory and she has passed) 8 lb. Bucket Armour Star Pure Ultra25c
i And we always have "dry congressmen with liquid con- Bronson Journal season'facln -, oDdltions most un- from this world of sin and affllc-,
tainers. -o-- favorable., Man can control about tlon to a home in Heaven Packages Salt ____:.._____ _
Macclenny Press tells of an everything but the weather and in suffering trials, and disappoint-I,
o earthquake bridge party. Some- I the final analysis the weather ments never comes and where all 1 qt. Jar Queen Olives,! ________ l
: _ Life is mainly a battle and a gamble you'll lose even if thing Must have slipped.-Starke : largely governs the general trendof is happiness and love. ;
you win.' Telegraph.. For gosh sakes, friend affairs for most businesses. It May those she has left behind be
_ 'I Robinson, be yourself. Earthquake Is to be hoped that more favorable inspired by the goodly life she has 10 Ibs. Bag Sugar ---5
pIx -
bridge is played like contract or weather will be forthcoming for spent to press forward with the
_ I Anyway, rouge on toes will never become as common as auction bridge, only you get more the Florida farmer during the ensuing thought ever uppermost that we
Afl
,i corn on toca. shocks, so it Is called earthquake season and years.PlantCity will meet again to part no more. I Oatmeal, Large size with
bridge.-Macclenny Press. Courier. She leaves to mourn her death I. premium ___
0 o -nMacclenny -_ twelve children, namely: :Mrs. Jeff
--- Gallon Syrup cans 100 __________ _
$$10A
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The roosters have less to crow about since Empress Eu- Press tells of an Ain't It The Truth Lewis of Starke, Mrs. Owen Wiles, -
genie arrived. earthquake bridge party. Some Mrs. Clinton Baxley, Miss I.. Craw-
shrink !
Most newspaper men Half Gallons 100
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o thing must have slipped.-Starke from the task of writing up a wedding ford, Miss Della Crawford of Jacksonville -

Telegraph. Maybe it was a typo- and prefer to pass that re- Mr. Zary Crawford,. Mr. Quaffs cans .100 __. _ _ #
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The time to advertise for more business is when you want graphical error, and the Press sponsible duty to, the female so- Lonnie Crawford of Starke, Mr. '- -

more business.. J meant to say "mirthquake.Inverness ciety editor,:j, Yet, there are excepUonsw. Lawton Crawford Mr. Clayton, 50 lb. Bags Salt ____.::._-_-___- 6
: Chronicle Not if the
;f 0 Occasionally] an editor Crawford and Milton Crawford of

; ' It seems even nature has determined to give Hoover party was made up' of husbandsand .,, Is found who fan paint a word picture Jacksonville, Mr. Odom Crawfordof 25 Ib. Bags Salt ______:L..:______. __ .- 30
_-, prosperity wives. of nuptial events that any lady Cocoa, Mr. Spencer Crawford of
the horse laugh. --- -- reporter, might envy. Jacksonville; three sisters, namely
-o The Republican nomination for We, Just discovered one ,writer Mesdames J. J. Rlgdon.. J. Mooreof We have Just received a fresh shipment 0
governor in Ohio Is sought by a who appears to be hiding his great Starke; and Mrs. W. R. Rhodenof
There is a more perfect hand waiting to be held than 'any man named. Begg. The Miami talents in an obscure Kansas town, Jacksonville; and one brother, fruit cake ingredients at new low prices. S
hand possible to be dealt at bridge. News suggests that, in the eventhe while he ought to be holding downa Mr. Lewis Raulerson of jackson-
o is nominated, the Republican great city Job. Here is a sampleof yule; sixteen grandchildren besides us before buying,
slogan next year be "Vote for I his literary''ability, which proves other relatives and a host of
About the most misleading in the '
heading
; these
+ papers Hoover and Begg."-Tallahassee our point: friends.-
days is "Simplified Contract Bridge" Democrat. "It was wonderful wedding.The Funeral services were held Mon-
::1.: to % ; 0- -0It girl was 'as sweet as any girl day at 11:30 o'clock at the Dyal CASH

t After the sixteenth birthday the feminine is a consoling thought to loyal who ever lived;, but modern.. As cemetery, by Rev. E. Anderson CARL'S CORNER
sex prefers Democrats that, they, were not influenced she ;walked ,up the aisle on her Rev. Lloyd Johns of Brooker and
candles be omitted from the birthday cake. and led by such men as father's arm,her lips lightly tiltedat Rev. W. M. Moody' of Lacrosse.,

a I Bishop Cannon, who was'recently the corner ,with a happy smile, ..&-
indicted by the grand Jury for mis- she was a picture of modest beau- -- --
If pigs worth ------
much
were as pound ---
per as oysters, a farmer -- -
appropriation of thousands of dollars and
; would not consider anything but a Rolls-Royce. the anti-Smith ty. filmy'wedding gown
contributed to gossamer.' Veil; floated around her -- -
_ u campaign.. Starke Telegraph. fair blond))1 es4...like a halo. She
There was only enough liquor, at the Georgia-Florida Others will step' forward to get was as nearlyan! angel as'girls '
"easy money" in the. same way on At the . .
football game to make one fellow yell,Give, 'em IielL'When the wet and dry question duringthe get''tobe altar' as she In-Wa8.world.'passed,from'her father ..... .. .,, /.' J"' _
... next election too. Watch the >- / .
,
I. o ----- the man she always loved, to

l lack of money keeps people away from games and prediction.:_Wewahltchka Breeze. the other,man..to.whom she would' .. fl'i1 U
movies then : o- devote the ,;eat of, her life, her :' .., ', ,"
you can believe this talk about hard times. If all would remember'that the dainty slipper touched a potted lily ,-
II III
---0 old adage that a dog that will Vesting on the floor and turned It

l See where Senator Fletcher wants a silver raise.' A sena bring a bone will carry one applies over Smiling again.'she turned to

{;' L; i s1 tor can afford to specify what) the wants his raise to be paid treat especially them to accordingly scandal mongers, many and of chancel the dear and old said pastor} 'That waiting was at a hell the WiL" I

with. these sneaking tale bearers would of a place to.put a lily."
i
o soon get wise to themselves.- ---
,
Hillyard Wash. News Starke Telegraph. The above does Way Down South
( ) advises girls not to throw away
Wewahtlchko
not apply to anyone In (Seattle (Wash.) Daily Times.)
their bathing suits but to use them for pen wipers during the I however-we Just reprint it to No other portion of the earth's /'
it winter. fill up space. Now you tell one.- surface ever attained such a reputation
Mi
,) .-0 Wewahltchka Breeze. for real hospitality as.the __ i
--n- dear old sometimes known
sunny;
A ship canal will be more expensive to build, but this Macclenny plans to get electric- as the solid-South. It was here,

f, type of water lane will be of more valueto, the state than any ity from Jacksonville to secure relief on broad veranda or beneath magnolia
barge canal. from present high rates. Build shade,that-the planter, the vi
the line and' then, run It on to colonel and'lth. ;judge;, were wontto a i
0 I Starke-we need relief.-Starke extend cordial greeting to friend w
"Wives urged to watch over their husbands' looks," Telegraph. We thought Starke, and i stranger;allke,-, and to make l
headline. They; are more concerned over the direction of their with its municipal owned and op- happy, for such time as might be, ,
1 )Husbands' looks.Williston erated light and power plant was everyone' .who, ,came within the
setting pretty. However we pass scope of their ministrations.,. "
o the suggestion on to City Commissioner The spirit.' of hospitality still .

I Sun celebrated its fifty-second birthday last Ernest Anders of ,Jackson- prevails in the South.-no doubtof
week.' The ville.-Macclenny Press. I I that; and.lt 1* good .to know SPARE
_, only thing green about the Sun was the paper the --owe -- that southerner sojourning elsewhere YOUR CHILDREN DISAPPOINTMENT

lk issue was -printed on. have Just snatched the Urn have not always. left the
yt o to read with care and understand- spirit behind them., Timely to the f
Press of the nation Is for lag the masterly article written by point .la testimony: In a suit on Children take their Pleasant comfortable surroundings for
given credit Capone's conviction, >
,.
? Ben Caldwell on the candidacy of
trial In the"chill atmosphere of granted. They do not realize what
Bays a ChIcago'off Ictal. It seems the press was ,somewhat t his younger brother and co-editor New York City wherein a Czecho- but ? made those surroundingspossible
t'' aloes,getting to work. Stafford for democratic nomina- Slovakian clergyman asks $50,000: they learn eventually. However, as they grow up
o tion for governor, It was) well damages of former Follies beautyfor they expect the good things of life, and for their ow welfarethey
worth saving that copy of the Jasper breach of her promise to marry ought not to be disappointed
The nations seem to be willing to stop other countties New October 9th. Would that him. .

from fighting but they want to do their own fighting with- the entire campaign could be conducted On her own behalf ,and under '''Youcan, protect your children from disappointment. You can

out outside Interference. with as much dignity and oath the fair_defendant informedthe save and you can teach them to the
serious purpose as has character. court, that ,the. promise had save. Open accounts for
-r0-- ized the actions of these two broth been wrenched from her by threatof whole family in this reliable bank The savings habit will groW

Branson Journal will take eggs on subscriptions, but ers up to that date.-Leesburg bodily harnv.. Quite plaintively and then your children's future will be as bright as their expec-
p : '' warns they must be fresh. A month-old paper for a month. CommerciaL It to a reflection of she said. thought; if ;you can't tations. .
the training\ and guidance received
trust a''I minister who can you
old egg would be fair: trade. from a grand old man-their trust T" Neither thought nor' query '

o father, John M. Caldwell. evoked Judicial response; but then

A few years ago farmers were urged by the federal farm --o-- followed the,mar a pertinent collo BANK OF STARKE
t t Don't Let Worry Von quy. going to the heart. of the mat
y board to "plant a cow.' Now the same board urges the farmer : If your efforts are crtticUxed. ter:
to the cow's in order to force mllk : must have done 'something
kill : ,,prices upward. you "Did you Aver offer ,him: a A
-r1 0 worth-while--and you, may learn drink?" her lawyer:asked.. ROLL OF HONOR BANKE.

I' Driving a few miles but from Starke on night something valuable.If '1 a1waJ8'.Oftet'drInk: ,.," she ; S. MATTHEWS Pres.
any on any your business rival play more proudly replied. "I was born in the R. J. DAVIS, Cashier
of the highways you will see so many one-eyed cars that you. golf than :you do you have more Soe ." Safety
.have a right to think the officers do not possess even one good Urn to attend to his customers: It I* easy to Imagine the reminiscent Deposit Boxes Provide SfetyW
.
: j than he has. bush that tell upon the
,w If you' your' neighbor drive a court room; for surely *o Impar-j'

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