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 20, 1931
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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BRIDGES HIGHWAY Homecoming Day for the B. H. S. will be Thanksgiving!
JACKSON
BLUFF Ikiii1iTAiioN
BUILD Day, the 26th inst., and all Alumni are most cordially invitedto HOST TO

r come together and enjoy the present and talk over "daysof

28 FROM SAN MATEO-BUNNELL SPAN CONTRACT old lang syne." II FORESTERS FROM 1 20 STATES .

In 1896 there were two graduates from B, II. S. Every

year since there has been a graduating class, and the school u
[ to Start on Final GETS APPROVALState
irdHurfiicIng Federal Aid now proudly points to the. fact that one hundred and eighty- The state foresters from twentyor

Link When TELEGRAPH DAY EARLIER five young people have ,been graduated from this institution.In OAMB WITHVLLLISTON more states visited Starke Wednesday
18 Available NEXT WEEK in the course of a three-
I Highway Board Rejects Walton the afternoon at 3:30 there will be a football game THURSDAY day inspection of forestery pointsof

I Surfacing of the final links onto I Next Thursday being Project Bids At between Williston and Starke. From eight until nine o'clockin interest In Georgia and Florida.
Date for the football
San Mateo toinnell Thanksgiving Day and Marianna the game After a visit to the National Forest
i road 28 from evening there will be an informal reception held at the with Wliliaton has been
will be start- Homecoming Day, the Tele- and Naval Stores Experimental
on the as funds coast become avail- graph will be mailed out State Farm Road HfW ITp clubhouse. Some of the young people have asked to have a changed from Friday of next Stations near Olustee earlier In the>

uaaoon federal aid and contractsr Wednesday afternoon In- At the meeting of the state dance beginning at nine o'clock, and those who'wish may re- week to Thursday, the gameto day the party went to the state
lie from bo
made
of the
construction of the bridges wille stead of Thursday, on account rural department held in Went main for the dance. part farm at Ralford' where they saw'
meeting ofe of Homecoming Day .'..1m Beach on October 14th, Homecoming day celebration the thousands of little pines in the eI
let at the January As this is the first time the school has had a HomecomingDay being planned for former
road department, the activities and advertising to on motion of Mr. Wells, seconded nursery under the guidance of Mr. 'd
elate attending the depart- be carried in that issue The by Mr. Graham, the following the affair will be perfectly informal. students of Bradford High Aubrey Frink, Mr C. H. Coulter ,$
legation in Marianna last Thursday half-holiday will be observedby resolution was adopted; School: No game will! be play- Mr. W. B. Barnes, and Mr. H. L. i''
eeting: ea vridny. School officialsand
M informed. Road 28 is a fed- the stores Thursday after- Be It resolved that this department students Interested In Baker.
STORE TO CLOSETIIUnSDAY activities An Inspection of the Raiford Institution -.
and a gocd portionthe noon. doe rescind
al aid road Its action Taxpayers Oppose for the day, are urging -
the Correspondents and ad- was followed by a luncheon }
expense of building retiring taken at the last meeting patrons and citizens to
miles will be vertisers are requested to of the furnished through the courtesy
twenty-odd department authorizing T"*-
me by federal funds. The folding send in their copy one day a contract 'with the board of Thefollowing stores have Reduction In fa holiday take! advantage and turn of out the for half this of Supt. DUtch and Mr. Chap. 7

account of the meeting as earlier to Insure publication. commissioners of state Institutions agreed to clese their placesof x game. man. The party passed through c
Starke to the
tract of the
yen by the Palatka Dally News for the construction of business,'.next Thursday Kingsley
Friday, will be of Interest tolir that part of state road 48 between ThanksgivingHomecoming\ Southern Forest Experiment Station F.i
readers: New River bridge and Day, part agreeing to close Delinquents Due where E. 1. Demon, L. Wy-
man, C. F. Olsen and T. E. Pease !4
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I Contracts for the construction ofo Bradford willCet$90,003.65 Starke. for the entirn.>day. and the re- "
Long Drought conducted them around the tract.
\ bridges on the San Mateo- Be It further resolved that mainder at 12'noon;. Congressman R. A. Green wall .p

sector of state highway No. the state highway engineer be All day closing J. A. ConunlfMlone> Vote Not to Accept present and was introduced to the '1k

I will\ be given priority at the directed to ascertain and report Saul DeWltt'C. Jones, J. M. Anything Incas than Full Face! Lowers Water visitors. Among those presentwere

fxt letting of the state road detriment If said road can not be Alvarez, Tip Top Grocery, N. Value of Certificates : B. O. Stecke of Texas, s.

possible in January, ac- built by a mlxed-ln-ploce pro- Sternberg, B. Jacobs Mar- president of the Association of ti}

Irding to a resolution adopted guerite's Sboppe, Starke Taxpayers of Bradford county State Foresters: M. B. Pratt, of
cess.On
From The State Hardware Co., J. W. Morgan, Table In State
lianlmously yesterday. the'adoption of this motion wero present In force Monday at California; A F. Hawes of Connecticut -
I The resolution was presented by Mr. Shands voted "No." Denmark Furniture Co., Hart the meeting called by the board of ; W. S. Taber of Delaware -

rge B. Hills, representative Furniture Co. county commislonera for the purpose ; H. L. Baker of Florida; B.
m the state at large, John W. Sum About Equally Divided Be- Tallahassee, Nov. 13. Con- Closing at 12 Noon J. W. of receiving bids for delin- u S. Geological; Survey Officers M. LUfburrow of Georgia: B. E. ;,
ipbell executive vice president tween Schools and Road struction of one road project and White & Son, W. R. Wynn, quent tax certificates. The court Report Surface Stream Low Bush, of Idaho; R. F. Wilcox of
the State Road 28 Association purchase of a quantity of materials West Side Market, W. H. ea
f Purposes room was filled with citizens from Indiana; V. H. Sonderegger, of
ted 1 today upon his return from on. several scattered projects were Andrews, Three Friends Bar- practically every section of the Surface streams In central Florida -! Louisiana; F. W Beasley of Maryland "

I rianna where he headed a detention Governor Doyle E. Carlton Fri- authorized at Thursday's meetingof ber Shop, J. C. Manning, county and while only a few of have reached during the present ; G. M. Gonxet of Minnesota;
that appeared before thelate day said Bradford county its the state highway commissionIn Bradford County Big Groc- them spoke against acceptance drought the lowest stage since Fred B. Merrill, of Mississippi;
road department. Other schools and Its property will bene- Marianna. ery, Bradford' County Farmers by the board of a portion of taxes I the government has been recordingthem Buteledge Parker, of Montana; C. ; i

embers of the delegation Includ- fit materially from the administration Charman Robert W. Bentley, Supply Co., Clover Farm due against delinquent properties i, according to D. S. Wallace of P. Wither,. of New Jersey; W. G.
1 Harvey H. Tanner of Palatka, sponsored gasoline and motor Highway Engineer B. M. Duncan Store A. M. Darby, S. R. within the county, opposition to' the local office of the geological Howard of New York; J. S. {M

crttary of. the association Rep. vehicle tax,.laws passed, by the Attorney Ben A. Meginniss,. and Johns A. H. Green. any such plan was so apparentthat survey. "" : Holmes, of North Carolina. ; G. H.
i Larson of Keystone Heights, 1931 legislature. Engineer L. K. Cannon returnedto the commissioners passed a The Suwannee river Is the only Philips), of Oklahoma; L. E. SUley.
ul men of prominence from each The gasoline tax law, recently the department offices here today resolution to not accept anythingless one upon which records. are available -, of Pennsylvania; H. S. Smith of
t the counties traversed by the upheld as valid by the Florida supreme after attending the November than the full face value of any for more than a year or two South Carolina; Theodore Shoemaker

glway.! court will give Bradford meeting. They stated that contract John Mansell tax: certificate.Mr. and It Is lower than in 1927, whena of South Dakota; C. L.11arIr,

Through the stress of official duet county $45,554.09) this. year, the for construction of the Ock- R. 1. Black of Gainesville,, guage was first placed In the rington, of Wisconsin, and soma s,
l Hon. Eugene S. Matthews of executive said. locknee river bridge on state highway was the only one to present his river and It was lower then thanIt 30 or 40 others.
rte, president of the state rail- The automobile license tax law number 19 at Jackson Bluff plea for redeeming his property at has been since up until the present After demonstrating an automatic
commission, was unable to at- will give Bradford county's public connecting Leon and Liberty counties Guilty of Murder a discount. Delinquent taxes on time, Mr. Wallace Btild. recording device for registerIng -.

nd but sent a strong message schools $44,448.66 this year to In- was approved. Tentative contract Mr. Dlack's tract of 7200 acres of The year 1927 was an exception. the production of gum from a
grog the early letting.of the two sure all children in the county a for the structure was awarded land for a five year period amounted ally drj year and holds the record pine tree the visitors were showna
idge contra '.s. minimum of eight months free edu- some weks ago to A. J. Arring- 'Tried In Lake City and Sentencedto to approximately $12,000, and since 1892 for the mInimumyear..mnd new experiment In frequent chip

The state road association cation, he added. ton of DeFunlak Springs and this Twenty Years In State he had made an offer of $2,984 at rainfall for the state. ping which has some promise. An !

legation, in apearlng before the "These two tax measures," Governor :was affirmed yesterday with the PenitentiaryJohn a previous meeting of the board in I The fact that the Suwannee river Inspection of a thinning and French
Apartment, desired to expedite the Carlton said, "have gone along understanding that the cost wouldbe I full settlement of his tax bill. Mr. is lower than in 1927 testifies to face turpentining followed. As the
Wag of the bridge contracts BO way to preserve the credit of met by an advance to the board Stanaell former resident of Black compared the valuations the excessive drought the last few last feature Mr. Silas Thronson of

at when the hard surfacing is the counties, to establish our from Leon county funds. Bradford county, charged with placed on lands in this county with months. the Department of Chemistry lathe
mpleted the thoroughfare wUl beady schools on a solid financial basis All bids for clearing, grubbing,; murder In the first degree, was lands in adjoining counties, this All of the rivers in southeast University told of his efforts to

for traffic, from Lake Citythe and to relieve general property- grading and construction of necessary _,rnnvlffrAri _In_ flrntilf__.____ court _In. Lake valuation resulting In the county Georgia are reported the lowest get a pure gum through the use of ;
> sea. Hard surfacing will be I I from heavy tax burdens.1'"' drainage structures on 3.18 City last week and sentenced by paying a higher proportion of taxesto they have been In many years and boring holes and sealed glass containers ,,,
me as soon as federal aid emerg- "Then too, there Is the fact that miles of road number 218 in Walton Judge HaL W. Adams to serve 20 the state than any county in the the Florida streams rising In Georgia filled with carbon dioxide

icy funds are available the road the state ad valorem tax has been county known as project num- years in state prison after the jury state with the exception of two. ,, such as the St. Marys and Su gas. I;

partment has announced. reduced greatly and in two years ber 1029, were rejected. returned a verdict of second degree It was to 'make this wannee, have also reached new low The party left to go to Gainesville lp

Much Interest in the early com- should be eliminated entirely. New, McVay,_Linsay and Son of West murder. Mr. Stansell was convicted valuation, necessary Tax Assessor Hayes explained i stages. Th. Buwinnee Is nearly where they participated In a l
etlon of the Short Route was exeased revenues already provided particularly Palm Beach was awarded contractfor of killing Elmer. Varnes and his In order to secure sufficient dry from White Springs to Old George Washington Memorial Tree,
by members of the road the state Inheritance tax, construction of 7.38 miles of case occupied two days.Attorneysfor funds to operate the county Town, at which point underground planting program at the University

partment, Mr. Campbell said to- will accomplish this." sand clay surface road on highway Mr. Stansell have filed noticeof schools, as well as other funds witha streams and springs begin to come of Florida.
>y. Eugene Graham of Miami, The governor said Bradford number 218, Walton county at an appeal. fixed limit set by law. At this into it, Increasing the flow to 4000 d:
ember for the fourth district, de- county's general property taxes approximate cost of 11000. The The following account of the time valuations have been reduced cubic feet per second according to HECK( SOUNDLY

red the thoroughfare was look- would have been much higher this road runs from the Walton county trial was taken from the Lake City thirty percent over two years ago, Mr. Wallace. WHIFH BOGART :
I upon by the entire lower east year but the funds returned to the line to Nicevllle. Reporter: and a reduction In milage has been The Wltchlacoochee from MarIon -
>Mt as probably the most Import county and the county school system On the material bids, 330 tons Early Wednesday morning court made to equal another twenty county north and the Ocklawaha Gainesville Nov. 17 Tommy
per-
In the state highway systemt from the gasoline and motor of Mac-Asphalt was awarded to machinery got Into action and by cent. rivers are quite low but It is not "Kid" Beck the Lawtey Wildcat. ;,
to be completed. Commission- vehicle tax revenues. the Mac-Asphalt company of Florida -' noon a jury had been selected to known whether the present stageof and -Terry Hogarth. Fighting

Hills expressed a similar opinion "It Is true the schools will suffer Lakeland. This material was I hear the testlmoney in the case of these streams Is a new low record Dutchman of Jacksonville, gave I+
1 said, while Commissionerds some embarrassment before the purchased for project number 593IQ John Stansell charged with mur- own knife presumably cutting as they have not been meas- fight fans 10 rounds of furious
first Mr. Stan- himself after Mr. Stansell had ured but a or two. In last night's show at the
of Gainesville, promised the automobile license tax revenues are Ocala. der In the degree. year milling
'nest cooperation in expediting received In December and January Florida Portland' Cement com-I sell went on trial for his life when i' knocked his arm up toward the direction The drought Is not as bad in City Clbb arena. It was a fast

'e work. Commissioner Wells, ," he stated. 'It will ultimately, pany was awarded contract for I the state secured an indictment of Varnes' throat, the defendant south Florida as It is here Mr and furious fight with Hogarth on ; .

w member of the board, showedat however, place our common schoolson 840 barrels of cement to be shipped against the defendant for the mur- Intimated after examination Wallace said as there has been the receiving end. Bleeding from, a i
Interest and asked a number sound financial basis. f. o. b., Sunbeam. der of Elmer Varnes on the morn- by Attorney Roy Chapman.Mrs. some rain In that section and cuts over both 'eyes, groggy at
of 28 1931. Elmer Varnes, wife of the guages Indicate the Peace river and times from the rain of punch Ft
questions, while Chairman Bent- "Many counties have accumulated Marshall Spencer Company. of Ing July ,
Y' evinced his customary friendly indebtedness which Jacksonville received the award for The state was. represented' by deceased, testified to the contraryof Lake Okeechobee Indicate that thrown at him, but gamely comlr.f: .
floating
terest| ,Mr. Campbell said. must a be paid before much tax relief 48,239: pounds of reinforcing steel, State's Attorney J. R. Kelly Far- evidence submitted by the defendant these bodies of water are not as on, Hogarth won the approval of

The delegation, returning from "ia felt The' program of relief to be shipped f. o. b., Sunbeam. nell & ,Black, and J.., .P.,. Huntley She related to the jury low now as they have been 'informer the fans for his courage. .lie waa
that the'differences between her '
Manna, where the road depart- is definitely ,estab- Shands and Baker was awarded while defense was represented by years. defeated by a superior fighter last
however
oil and husband and Mr. Stansell developed The rainfall for the state as a and there was no question,
meeting was held, viewed the lished." purchase of all sand and gravel on Cone A Chapman Judge Guy night, u
wiework of two of the five road the Sunbeam shipment, as well as Glllen. After challenging twelve over a "bundle of fodder" and whole was the lowest on record In as to Beck's winning, all three pjudges
that her husband merely went to 1927 and the next lowest In 1917. it to him.
foe to be erected for the purpose OFF ON HUNTING TRIP several others. jurors the following were impaneled gave
advertising the new route. Both A large delegation of Bay coun- at noon Wednesday: F. C. Mr. Stansell's residence at his re- The next lowest la 1927, rainfall It was a satisfying tight. There

Wtons, one east and one west ofe Eight hunters left Starke Thursday ty citizens was successful In its Paul R. E. Milliagn A. Graham, quest to receive his money for for the state averaged a little was action in every round and Beck

City, were found to be excels morning for their annual deer request that state highway num- B. E. unter, R.E. Roberts, Jr., W. work already produced. above normal through April of this again proved that he Is one of the tin
Mr. Campbell stated. The hunt in Dixie county, the party ber 10 be extended to Lynn Haven. R. Rogers M. C. Rhoden, L. L. Testimony Introduced by the year but began to fall below normal cleverest boxer appearing on local
gn M Lake City at the before the hunting season The board ordered the work started Kenney J. L. Crew., C. C. Williams state was to the effect that Mr. in May and the exceedinglydry cards, while Hogarth left no question -
conjunc-: leaving day
Vames met his death. the resultof 1
'a of and in practical Sam Register and Owen I month of June when the rain- as to his gameness. and willingness -
highways as soon as
Nos 1 and 28 to get into camp
( opens a knife used by Mr. Stansell and I fall 4.49 Inches below normal out. Beck .
be SeaL was to sock it w.l&h131 -
L | of especial value. It readiness for the first hunt this State Seantor H; II. Lewis and
was substantiated
toted out The I made Representative C. N. Horne, both I John Stansell took the stand late state witnesses one makes it about four and a half ed and Hogarth 154.
four up
north The party was
signs morning. after another that no knife was Inches below normal for the slow. Kid '1
and The semi-final was
Palatka afternoon pictured year
will all be completed to- of Messrs. W. E. Torode J. J. Tru- of Marianna, urged Improvement of Wednesday I I
y With the installation of the I I O. L. Haynes E. E. Branch of a road from Nears Landing to the i to jury bow Elmer Varnes came found on the dead man or any- to date. If this deficiency continues Beckham of Gainesville and Lucian -
i by, The
where his majorityof
near body.
nellng, It was said The south 'Jacksonville, D. A. Montleth Carl highway to Panama City, passing I to bis death Mr. Stansell said In through November and De- Thomas of Worthington held
lIere one part: these witnesses were members,, cember, 1931 may rival 1927 and the ring for eight rounds. Thomas
Will be and ft B. through Greenwood Marianna, and
erected later, the Johns W. J. Epperson
t.not yet i the Florida Industrial School for "I sent word to Elmer to come of the coroner's inquest and 1927 as one of the dryest years on showed but little skill as a boxer n
having. been selected.. [, Massle. Boys near Marianna. No action to my house and make a settlementIn charged by the defense as being a I record For three years past, the while Beckham evidently did not .
ALADDIN DEALER was taken on that matter. regards to rent for a house of picked jury because some of the rainfall for the state has averaged have the "sock' last night, as ha
13161X0 AT A. MF CHURCH |I EXCLUSIVE The next monthly meeting of mine which he was living In. I told jurors were related to either Mr. or about 7 Inches above normal, bad plenty of opportunity to pub ;v.
t must have Mrs. Varnes.. which makes the present droughtmore the on Thomas and did not F
Some W, SI. Andrews has secured the the road department will be held him that my money kayo
of the beet and madean Character witnesses from Union noticeable. The fans booed long and loud when
old and cussed
loft negro plan- I, exclusive for the Aladdin In Tallahassee on December 9. now be me I
Singing to be heard here will agency in this territory, attempt to cut me with his and Bradford counties, including The few hydro-electric plants In Beckham was given the decision, intact .
even In a program at Allen kerosene lamps stock the different typesof EXPRESS! DELIVERY EXTENDED knife," Mr. Stansell said. i the sheriff and county judge of the state are suffering from the deficiency -! the wont booing heard at
and in
pel. M. R church, on MOn has A full line "As be pulled his knife," the defendant ! and Bradford countIes IncludingIn of water la the streams | any'fight since the resumption of
y, this popular lamp.
November Union testified that they had '
23pd 111 charge of will be carried said "In order to protectmy I boxing,here.A5IEHICAN.
and
W. of parts
College supplies I knocked his arm up each known Mr. Stansell and that MARRIED .
of Jacksonville.ed Lamp gives a Territory for delivery and pickIng own life
tile The Aladdin
his character In the community in LEGION TO MEET
Wagers have given and is not up of express matter has been as he made a. break to cut me.
e rai programs here lately and powerful white light kerosene or extended to take In the entire city Then I notice Mr. Varnes went circling which be lived, part time In Starke Mr. Harry R.' Stern and Miss Le- All members of the JonesLangi
ey ha"e bola attended by large equalled by any other demonstration limit, according to "Speed" Har- around and then fell to the and a business visitor in Union ona Coleman both of Btarke, were ford Poet American Legion ar.ur&ed Esc
SPee1al gasoline lamp. A local manager. This ground outside of our gat," he county was excellent. married last Saturday afternoon to be present at the regular- ,"
express
:J1 alTlUlgemel1t. time. very
be lXIade for will be, arranged at any added. at the Presbyterian manse Dr. O. monthly meeting which will be held !'
seating of white extension win make express s rvlc -
le. and the pastor of the Ocala. Fruit PackingCo. more effelctant, and a phone Defense counsel then asked Mr. Birth If. Lowry, officiating. They were next Wednesday night at the LegIon -
Irth. Re.. BIak. Ocala bad knife and he attended by Misses Julia Thou and quarters, Nov. 20th. :Members'
the office will bring 8tans ll If be a
extend parking call to express
tuba an IBoIr ., plaat>)pened for season to replied that b. did not, but that Mr. and Mrs.. Thomas) J. Kerns, Lulls May Bow..... Mr. and Mrs, who have not paid their lau due, }
to to.hear Weirsdale section the express wagon pick up any
theY and oranges EUtrunk' from grove near her. outpIWllo .Mr. Vanws met his death from hi* WaUrtk. daughter Nov. 15th.r Stern win make their borne her*. an also urged to do so.

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I 4 MARY PEARCE
,I'f' \ :' : LOUISE EDWARDS, Literary Editor Sophomore Report r


, !1i lii'/'I\i t t ," I MIRIAM JACOBS, Joke Editor A. W. ANDERSON, Freshman Reporter

I' n t : i: th LESTER PRICE ROBINSON Editor EVELYN STUMP Asst. Editor

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Tornadoes Defeat kicked BABY TORNADOES'DEFEAT. STATION B. IL S. baby talk. No kiddln' Jessie Maywe OUT =1:.,.

25-12 all like baby talk. FISIII.NQA
It was Trenton's ball on their 26 LAWTEY MIDGETS

Iw i Trenton High 76The yard line. They hit the left aide Ladles and what you have with feller isn't thinkln''

r opened with Trenton of the line for five yards. They Lawtey Midgets were defated you, at the sound of the precedingnotes Say you seniors we must have a Out flshln- m.W/|
game
made four the line and Thursday by a strong Baby Tornado 'real His
over Nov.
more 27
Y kicking off. Cox returned the ball of a machine gun you will home-coming so get though are moBOvgoodJ
then went across for a first down.A team. Joe Grlffla, fullback, busy.It clean,
E.
\ to Starke's thirty yard line. have another thirty minute
was completed. Then the drew first blood by running overa
Robinson took the ball around left pass most Out fishin',
fit chaperoned by the great,
::1 fullback gained two yards over cen- touchdown. Mitch Edwards followed if the He
seems as way everyone doesn't knock
tore off
end for 9 yards, then Cox magnificent, ruler of the
supreme
i' ter. Cason went in for Starke, tak- with another. A pasa talks there Or ,
up won't be any school Fri- harbor grudgeethOWlQII
19 yards around right end. 1.. Robinson Chicago stock yards, M!? Moo Cow any
; failed to gain at right end ing Malcolmn Lewis's place. A pass from Edwards to Weeks was good day afternoon. Well, the more A t e II er'I at his finest ;

completed but the man was downedon for six more'' points. Weeks madean Moo.We there are at the game the more Out woes
and Willie Strickland tried left 'now turn you back to your fishin'The
carried the spot. I yard was gained over extra point by a pass. we will like It, because we have to
1 r + end but failed to gain. Cox I home station. This Is Amos Hoopla
On fumble two and one- In the laat halt the superior Law-
center.
the ball for seven yard around' a beat that bunch. You know what rich are comrades
r lost. A was aerial attack threw into announcing. to the torn
half yards were pass tey a scare I mean-the Jasper game. Out
right end. On the next play E. Ladies and gentlemen the re- flshln't
for ten where the Tornadoes. Before this
yards
completed Baby All brothers
Robinson made 10 yards around to of a
Mast stopped the play. A fake play could be stopped, Lawtey scored ceeding program was brought WHAT WOULD HAPPEN IF Out common |lure,
right end. Cox took the ball again fiahln'
around end gained five yards 12 Edwards Intercepted a you over extensive mosquito net ;
right points
r The
and hit the line for 8 yards .E. RobInson urchin with the
of Station B. H. S. At the sound pin
before ran the ball car- and 65 for a touchdown Mr. D. P. an-rtrt
with Matheny pass ran yards Carpenter attended a Can Chum :
y' v followed this up a seven with
; Cox rier out of.bounds. Trenton gained aa the game ended. Phillips of the sour note squeezed from a Pharmlst Association on Friday, king millionaire an(!
tackle. ,
y
1 yard gain over right
saxaphone, it will be exactly twelve
five more yards and the half made both touchdowns for Lawtey. Nov. 19. .
Vain
,, I made about 3 yards at left end and hours after twelve-Baml! The pride is a forgotten
rl end. Dr. H. B. thin,
McLendon attended a
I, E. Robinson made three over right correct time was brought to you Out fishin',

ii I, tackle. Trenton took a time out anda Third Quarter I TORNADO "B" TEAl\IItOl\IPS\ \ by the courtesy of the Easter On- Dental Association on Friday, Nov.

e substitute entered the game for Matheny kicked off to Trenton OVER WALDO 20 TO 0 ion Corporation, whose slogan Is"Dont' 19.Mr. A feller's glad to be a friend,

6'' Trenton. On the next play Mast and the ball was returned to the Me." T. T. Long left for Ohio on Out fishin',
Butler Over ,
I Sept. 23 Lake ____ Here Cry
rI made one yard at center. Starke 40 yard.line. Starke got the ball We-.13 They-0 The ineligible Tornadoes defeated Now boys and girls of radioland,! Friday, Nov.19. I A helping hand he'll always lend,I

t, al} r{ was forced to punt. on a fumble. E. Robinson made 1 Waldo in a hard fought since Less Robinson did not tell The bees started' swarming on Out fish In', 1
Oct. 2. Chlefland __________ Here Friday, No. 19.
Trenton started by making ten yard and Matheny gained two over game Wednesday 20 'to 0. Ford weekly bedtime story last I The brotherhood of rod an'
W&-1 O your
yards, Trenton made about 7 yards the line. E. Robinson gained #over ,They did the lion's share of the ball car- tell Chemist Association met in Jack- An' sky an' stream Is always fInt'Men l
week he will now endeavor to
Oct. 9, Live Oak __._______ There sonville i
I'y ( over center. The fullback took the the line. Matheny backed this up We-7 They-23 rying, making one touchdown and one good one to make up for the Friday, Nov. 19. come real close to Cod's
ball for one yard over the line. by tearing off 7 yards on the next' extra point. Tyson made six more one he missed. Answer-No school Friday, Nov. sign,
Oct. 10, Fernandina _____ Here
Etilt4) h The quarterback made one yard at play. E. Robinson made another i Ed- 19. Out fishin:
points. In the last half, Billy
Hello and this Is Less
girls
We-33. ____________ They-0. boys !
4? ; center and the fullback made two first down. Matheny made 1 yard. wards rambled off tackle for 20
I Oct. 23, High Springs _____ Here Robinson speaking I have tonight Miss Myrwin: "What is idea
yards at left end. Referee called E. Robinson made four at center. yard and a touchdown. Tyson add- brand entitled your A feller Isn't plotting scheme
We-0 They O a new bedtime story of harmony?"
( ; iu; time out. Trenton had to kick. Cox lost 9 yards on a try for left Ii ed the extra point'HIGHLIGHTS Out fishin'He's :
Oct. 23, Lake City _._____. Here "The Midnight Ride of Paul Re- S. R.: "A freckle faced girl in a
Mast took the ball for Starke end. 4
+ I Matheny gained yard. only busy with hia dreamt,
i We 0 vere. "
They-20 polka dot dress
lost ten an attempted Trenton the ball the 39 leading a giraffe..
and yards on got on Out fishin'Hta
q ON BRADFORD ;
Nov. A Alachua _________ Here Once upon a time there lived in -
right end run. Cox tore over center yard line and started off 1 tfy> WHIRLWINDS I livery is a coat of tan;
mak-j We-0 They-O America, a Boy Scout called Paul Clerk: "This physics book will
tot three yards. L. Robinson tried ing 8 yards then fullback His creed to do
: the best
Nov. 13, Trenton .._______ Here Revere. Now Paul was one of those do half of your work for he can'
to was forced to run, he was yard. The referee called time out. you. A feller's
F pass The Bradford' Whirlwinds have always mostly man
; We-7 They-6 goody, goody boys, who never "Good "
Ralph: I'll take two.
downed the line of scrimmage, Trenton went for first down.
on over
? a a I Nov. 20, Jasper ______ There begun practice and have a large drank a Coca Cola, but he was always ..........- Out fisbin'Edgar
Is wand received an injury. Starke The halfback made about one yard, Nov. 27, Williston _____ Here number of girls''out, who are fight- trying to go a good turn. So Ben: "What's with A Cueat
.+ F v took time out. L. Robinson was then the fullback dashed around wrong your .
? hard first
ing for string positions. late one night, about seven bells, : foot
''i carried off the field and Merrill right end and made a first down. the veterans of Jut year'ssquad 1"Herbert I Shall Go Back Again
Robinson and gained nothing. A Among he was wandering by the river I "
: "Got a corn.
t ,Edwards took his place. Matheny The next play netted 6 yard, but tint of all I shall back
pass was incomplete. On the next we have Captain when he noticed there was a lightin Ben: "Done anything for It?" go again to the blnlj
for Starke.It the next failed to 3
gain yards
punted Is out for her shore
Brinson who
play Trenton was thrown for a 7 Patsy the street car across the ocean. Herbert: "After the. It's
It was Trenton's ball on their was gained on the next play, then old at running center. way And build a little shanty Ib I
yard loss by Mac Davis. Another position He jumped Into the saddle of his been hurting me? I should on
own 9 yard line. The quarterback Trenton made a first down. The say
Patsy had this position for the last Band
pass was incomplete and Starke trusty steed and started paddling not"
} 4 ,gained five yards at center. The fullback made one yard an4 was got the ball on the 49 yard line two years and it will be very difficult off. He was going sixteen knots In such a way that the extreme
fullback failed to gain over the line stopped by Sternberg. One more
for to It from band
Tommy Caaon came back in the anyone get away hour. When he .reached the
per Miriam: "I made this cake all by
but on the next play he made one yard was gained, a failed, the
pass next Of brittle seaweed will
her. Lorena Greene who comes m
escape
.. game for Ivan Hazen. Mast made turn of Falraex he pulled out his myself,"
i yard. Trenton was forced to kick. fullback lost about two yards and
y 1 the line. E. Robinson had a little too much competitionfor to the address door
.yard over telephone directory get "Lester: Yes I can understand
The kick was blocked by Mac Starke the ,
got gall. last but Is again But by a yard or two: and i nel'
guard ,
made 4 four yards and then a first year of his friends. He couldn't that, but who helped lift it out
Davie and the ball was downed by Starke took time out. Willie you
down. E.-Robinson gained 1 yard. fighting hard for a birth. Then find them ao he jumped into his of the oven?" more
t a Starke player, aa the quarter Strickland went into the game for Starke was penalized fifteen yards. comes Evelyn Stump, a forward, aeroplane and paddled to Boston, Shall I return to take you by t it
-
ended. M. Edwards. E. Roblnaon crashed
L. Robinson attempted to pass but who has won a letter for the past where they make beans. He went hand;
Harry: "Waiter, there's a fly in
Second QuarterIt Into center for Cox lost
one yard.
two Ruth Rowe another I shall back to what I tadtij
again he was forced to run and years;, down one street and then up another my Ice cream."" go
was Starke's ball on Trenton'sfive 4 yards and E.! Robinson gained 2.
lost about A forward, and a runner-up for high until he and stand
one yard. pass was finally stopped Walter: "Let ,him' freeze, it'll
crashed
I yard line. E. Robinson Fourth Quarter scoring last year-great things are And happier than I ever was 1
Trenton.It "The British
Intercepted by yelled. are coming.
teach him a lesson. The little
ras-
_
center for four yards and hit center There was time out for E. Rob-
Ruth Then fore.
of this "
waa Trenton's ball on their 40 expected year. "Who goes there? growled a
cal was In the laat night"Miss
again for a touchdown. Cox inson to get new strings for his soup
out for
i have who are
F yard line L. Robinson came out of we many gruff voice.
carried it over for extra point mak- shoulder pads. Matheny kicked. their first for center Juanita And lova that stood a moment i iyour
r the game again. A paaa was Intercepted year? "Paul Revere. Isabel: "Who originated th8
the 7-0. Trenton downed their
score was 23
ing on
't3 Dukes and Alice Silcox for run- '" eyes,
by Willie Strickland, who ; "Hello Paulwhat's your trouble "
first
Trenton elected to received and line. Fro Strickland and geometrical proposition?,
yard Mac moment >
a
center Carrie Howe and Dor- The words that lay
1 was back in the He madea ning ? "
{ Matheny kicked off for the Torna Davis broke through the line and game. Henry M.i "Noah.
beautiful run with the balL This othy Smith; for guards, Doris "The British are coming, meet your tongue,
Miss Isabel: "How la that?
does. The ball was returned toTrenton'e threw Trent6n for two loss.
a In
yard that a
Dinkina and Mildred Are one with all momnjdies
, Trentonwas gave Starke the ball on the 43 yard Mead' Dolly me at the club In two hours""Okay Henry: He constructed an ark"CAMPUS
39 yard line. Three yards was gained at center' I
line. Matheny made 1 yard over the Hundley; for forwards, Dorothy kid." ,
thrown for a five yard lass by -then a was completed for a and over-ew
pass under-said
little
and Marjorie A
line. A pass was incomplete. E,I Mead, Margaret Williams Paul galloped on in his canoe RUMORS
Fro Strickland. A was incomplete first down before ,
pare being stopped by the sullen roc
find
The schedule of the But I shall
Robinson failed to gain at left end Stump. till he came to another house. He
but on the next play E. Robinson. On the next play
and the game ended. The score Whirlwinds will be.published Boon. yelled "the British are coming." To Jacksonville went Loyselle and skies
Trenton gained seven yards over 3 yards was gained. Then a play what they
Unchanged from mj
remained, StarkeT, Trenton 6. "Is that you, John, you lizard Turner Saturday.
i' .Center Malcolm Lewis went In the was tried for left end but it failed from SOPIIOMORES MISSED belowed feminine voice. when I was young. f
Yardage gained a
scrimmage
for John Inman: One ofTrenton's to gain. They were pertalzled IS St. Vincent M1H J|
game Edna
i for Starke, 158 yards, for Tren- "Pardon me, madam, wrong Lester went to Lake City Friday
men, injured in the last yards for unnecessary roughness. 1 The support of the sophomore .
Paul he started
ton 100 yarda.SECOND house, yelled as night.
play fainted. Trenton made a pass. yard was lost on the next play. A class was missed a great deal at 'off again. He finally found his SENIORS! SENIORS!

It was good for 11 yards where the pass was incomplete and one of GAME ONFOREIGN the game last Friday. We do not house ao be yelled, "The Britishare Mrs. McLendon attended the ill

1 receiver was downed by Mast. The Trenton's players was knocked out. TERRITORYOn know why so few of them were The bell rings and we go
coming. of
meeting the dental associationin !
next was a take play for left end Trenton kicked. Tho ball was returned present, but we hope that they will "Who says so?," growled a voice St. Petersburg last Thursdayand the school all taking our last i

and ended in a touchdown for Tren- to the 32 yard line. Friday, November 20, the be back on the, sidelines at the from overhead. Friday.All at the Jolly old world outside.bell i'1"'

7F ton. They failed to make the extra E. Robinson gained three yardson B. H. S. Tornadoes will play their next game. "Paul Revere says so," cackled rings Bump. I am! I

4p point. This left the score 7-6 each of the next two plays. second game away from their home --. i --S knocked off my feet Oh.
back PauL the senior /
girls are ex- l
In Starke's favor. made and E. field to to FROM\ OTHER PENS very that was a dlp
U Matheny one yard ; they are go Jasper. "Is that right about the BritIsh cited over the prospect of "Who's .your pardon him..Sa
'' Starke received. Cox returned to Robinson went over center for a This will be the second year that i.senior We must excuse J
1 ? goln to at the WiUlston- to
jM Starke's 41 yard line. K. Robinson first down. Malcolm Lewis came Starke has played this team, the We notice In the Winter Haven would sponsor ,Step on it up there. We want
"Sure I wouldn't kid ,
you B. H. S. IDI
; made 1 yard over center. Cox made in ,the game again for WUlIe score last year being 7 toO in fav- HI School pap'er that they are I?" ,- .home-coming; game. there before Christmas "rm

6 yards over the line. E. Robinson Strickland. E., Roblnaon made five or of B. H. S. The Jasper team granted senior privileges.' Well, as "AU right, but what am I sup The Parent-Teachera Association I'hurry .li the answer. Yes!

} ,carted It across the line for a first yards. Starke lost one yard on a displayed great sportsmanship last faa as that goes, we are granted to do?" had a meeting Wednesday after- 'is another dignified senior.thinks
posed
tic down. Cox made 6 yards around fumble. Starke fumbled again on year, so we are looking forward to everything we want provided we hour noon. when he reaches we i
"Meet me at the club in an
t left end and on the next play lost the next play and it was Trenton's a good clean game.. Starke will have excuses from home.. We are Paul he the teacher will say, "Why are J
and a half, yelled back as
,3 yards. E. Robinson made three ball.The probably use two complete backfields granted two skip days a week. skipped off. CHAPEL EXERCISESWe late 7"

.yarda over right guard. Matheny fullback was stopped by E. In this game. (Saturday and Sunday.) In about two hours all of them were glad to have Rev. Jones, "I am a senior." i" II

as a visitor to chapel last Thurs- .'I beg your pardon,
were at the club house. the sun was
r
From The Cork Stopper we gather day. He gave us several examplesto teacher's reply. i J
just rising over the railroad tracks beD
d} + SCHOOL DAYS By DWIG they are about to have a Womanless when the Britishers arrived. They show that we should considerthe Hurrah; That was the J

w Well times are side -
Wedding. other of a thing before we
drove up to the club house in a
hard here, but no BO hard that wecan.t draw our conclusions] and make ADDITIONAL SCIIOOLNEWS
cold water Lincoln (model T.) and PAGE
find a woman to participatein i comments.
'crawled out* There they met the;
the wedding. If they can get a
Americans for nine holes of golf. |
crowd out to it as large as the one I -
I "Good night boys and girls, I'll
their efforts
that attended ours,
be seeing you/
wont be in vain.
Boys and girls you have just

t heard the second of a series of bed.
The way thlngll'look in the Wau-
time which to
stories come you
HI Comet, the Wildcats are aboutto
over the' tennis net of B, H. S
deteat'every opponent sent
Please stand by for further an
against them. There's only one nouncementa.

thing to say In a case like that- .

have to either lose some
will
They
i CAMPUS
S wtt T COMMENTSWell
games or buy, new winter hats
{ 1t1tSjjs -
Sf CAU.t1C for their "swelled heads." I folks in case you don't

know it. do you realize that this I*

In cue anyone deep down in the fourth week in the third

their heart does not know what a month? It won't be long nowl

true sportsman b; the following article .

from the Bull Do's Bark It,seems aa U Friday the 13th

shouldn't leave any room for was a jinx for some of us--to'others

M doubt: a good day. Ask Ralph C. the The Power Behind PowerIttakes

A Real Sportsman price of bacon in Hampton.

A real sportsman la one who puts -

his ,team work above everythingelse The reason the Tornadoes did not holdback

f: puts aU grandstand playingout play so hot last Friday was that the power of a great dam to '.

of his mind. He Is always Mr. White was absent, the last the power of a surging river. Siml *

obedient to commands. His captain game and the only one be has miss bank to protect -
is his leader and his coach his ad- ed this year ly takes the power of a strong

visor. the economic power of your hardearned

A real sportsman realizes above Don't say Ben. S. doesn't use' savings. It is important to open a saVings -

everything else that the success of his head. When asked the other I with regulardeposits '
hU team depends upon the unity account and develop it
day why he did not get his self w

rY 1 r of the work not.upon,the playingof starter fixed, he replied. If I don't but it" is equally important

one man., get it fixed I'll know where it Is,I choose a safe bank such as this. Exercise

Aa he goes Out to play the gamehe if get it fixed 1 won't know whereIt be sure your
caution without and
realizes that it U not brutalitynor Is. You .see glrla can't cranka ,delay, adequate

mere physical strength that model T.We've savings are protected with

will win the game but it Is skill, strength.

i ready response that will bring success. guessed and guessed

rrr where Patsy B.. was born, but I

Y rN The last teat of a real sportsman finally guessed, it, Kentucky when STARKEAN

Is playing; the game on the square she says ril get revenge, she will The BANK of

He should be able to say as he finishes get It, no matter bow long It takes

the game "I have given of her.' Now if I'm not right, suppose HONOR ROLL BANK

my best, 1 hava fought a good you correct me.. ',

fight," and whether, the, acore laIn E. S. Matthews; Pres. B. J. Davfe.J8JMW& cashier

4 dl61iNESTJfFw favor of his team or against- 'It, Well blow me down if we haven'ta '

such a player is a victor. girl in school: who speciallzea in



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20' 11131 .. BRADFORD COUNTY
AY, TUXEGKAFn. STARKE.
1 __ FLORIDA __ __ ____ _
chosen for - ,nun TJuaIII:
the South Florida I ---- .
-
Bap ..
chased from -
Mr. -
flat Young Peoples and Mrs. Marco that they sold about
Union three
conven C. Powell hundred
Ityr of Florida In Short Paragraphs tion to be held November 27 and tract of land of Birmingham, Ala., a and fifty pounds off the one SCHOOLNEWS SOPHOMORE NEWS
News 'I
28. The last meeting held In Lakeland located In the containing 24 lots, vine. besides what they used and -
was attended by nearly western part of the I gave to their neighbors. The vine lynch. What is Bradford High wouldn't be exactly -
a city Immediately east all that noise In I
thousand delegates and nearly that Park, and of Cobb's I covered about half acre and had the hall leading at Miss Florence's the same if-.A few of the
plans to start I
many are expected for the Bra building to be cut back several times to room. Oh! I seniors weren't BO
dwellings forgot that Is just t "brlght"yeahlKitty
STATE NEWS I denton convention. first of the on coming some of the.lots the I keep It from crossing the road on I that little group of seniors weep Hodgsed couldn't giggle.

[LLIVE : Ing to a letter written year by, accord-her to where the east it side .of the fair gorunds, ing over the thought of being the One of the "Rah! rah girl') didn'tgive i

Daytona Beach Volusla coup a local real estate agent. grew..lutncYLarge last out of the building. Well) a radio party on Saturday.Mrs. .

let ty's dairy and range cattle are ...0.- Hqre is to you dignified senior Maynard didn't give the

free from tuberculosis and eligible, Clewiston-The war department <. loads of peanut t We are all wondering how the study hall students "loads of de
TOLD BY OUR EXCHANGES to unrestricted movement of the at Washington recently awarded hay are being hauled from Gads.I weather is up there. merits.

. _' 011 .... _._ county and state under impending the McWilliams Dredging company den county to Alabama every few, Billy Edwards didn't" always have
new federal regulations. Dr R. of New Orleans, a contract for days This hay Is unsurpassed foi. AMONG THE JUNIORS! some "wise cracks.
Palm Beach county S. Wall as manager.MacclennyAn L. Brinkman of the Florida state dredging and constructing feeding stock and the price being Murla. Weeks undstood all she
rabokee missioners set aside $10,000 tormalrlng livestock sanitary board reported miles of permanent constructionwork seven received in Alabama makes II The juniors just can't tell you knew about basketball. '

a mUe and one-halt atom example of what t here. to be done on the $9,000,000. profitable to haul. In some local! how much wo miss Wynken Boul- Melba Silcox wasn't at school to ;d',

od baeq point drIve, south ot here., can be done with an average Flor, federal navigation and flood ties in Alabama it has been impossible ware of Lawtey. She decided to tell the town gossip.
Ida swamp may* be seen at th< West Palm Beach Operation trol project on Lake Okeechobee.con to raise an adequate crop I leave us last week. Besides being Evelyn Stump wasn't always try 4 r

A large consignmentSnole Glen St. Mary.Nurseries near Mac Everglades drainage canals fore The McWUllama company was the of peanuts and hay during the past a good student and fellow classmate Ing to 'tend to other people's busi +

. county gladiolus bulbsere clenny. Several swamps on I the benefit of lands through which obvious low bidder on the first two or three seasons on account of she was treasurer of our ness.

shipped to the Nassau Trop- property of the company, former!}r they pass, and not as a part of ject with a bid of approximately pro drouth. The present difficulties together class.We Loyselle Turner didn't have a y;
a Bahama Islands.BradentonSarasota abiding places for snakes and frogsare Lake Okeechobee flood control ef $393,000. in friendly cooperation and have elected Lucille Edwards joke for every occasion. 1t
s1 Gardens now veritable Gardens of Eden, forts, was a part of a statementof I I Gadsden county farmers are glad treasurer and Mrs. Long was elected The seniors give a little support a

and Man- policy" adopted by the Everglades St. Petersburg First steps toward that they are able to supply this sponsor of the class. We appreciate at the football games 1,

,. counties wil harvest over 225: WIlliston-Contractors on road Drainage Board meeting the erection of a monumentat very necessary commodity to the her accepting that undesired FAMOUS LAST. WORDS ,
.tee of strawberries this season.faaatee No. 4 will operate their rock plant here. Fort Myers In memory of Thos. farmers of Alabama who have lost job and hope she'll like us just
ft, 100 south their hay crops through dry weath half as well as we like her. v.
nearly of A.
county having WUliston with steam, and Edison were taken here by the "Pardon me"-Dot Rltch's) fav
1 cres and sarasota the balance. In order to give employment to local Quincy Some nice catches I West Coast Council, United Spanish er. You know, folks, we've got to orite. ki
taut! people will purchase wood locally were made by the fishermen during: American War Veterans of make lots and lots of money and "See you at noon"-Murla
e emheQ I st Augustine-Work, has start to burn In their steam boilers the past week }fn Lake Talquln. S. Florida. Resolutions were adopted St. Petersburg Another St. we ask all the class to help as Weeks' favorite.
endowment fund of over instead of Roberts caught a black boss the Petersburg boy has to the much as possible and the town
i ,I on an using coal from out that endorsing project. The council gone top "This Is a 'brief assignment "_
L 1,000,000 for the home of aged of the state as heretofore. tipped the scales at 8 Ibs. 6 1-2 will meet again at Lakeland on in his profession. News has been people to cooperate too. I Mrs Long's favorite r ''
eaf at Moultrie, which will takeare ounces. E. Johnson reported 'a November 22 to take further action received here of the naming of E. It seems to me that something .
infirm and crip- Gainesville string of 12 38 the F. TippetU, youngest of Mrs must be done to persuade the jun. '
of the aged -Hanging moss Is a weighing pounds, 8 on proposed memorial. Forte son SENIOR DIGNITYI
a ,led, who have no means of sup resource not fully recognized In ounces. Joe Budd hooked on Myers was the winter home of the Katherine B. Tlppetta and brother lors to stay with us. We've lost, be- -

Kirt Florida. It is usually spoken of weighing B pounds 5 ounces and S. inventor for many years. of William Tippetts, to have sides Wyi.ken. Jennie Maude Cros- have always heard of senior

as Spanish moss, for which there S. McClain one weighing 8. pounds charge of the engineering division by and Pete Burney.. dignity, but I have never seen quite)
' Tarpon Springs Four electriclash Is no warrant. It Is Florida moss, :3 1-2 ounces. Lake Wales A complete pro of the $9,000,000 flood control on so much "put on" as the seniors of
> 111.'ft beacons for the channels a native of this country, and is gram of recitals for the 1931-32 the Mississippi river south of Ca. VOLLEY HAM. 1932 are doing. y'

*: eadlng to the Tarpon Springs I i being extensively used in stuffing Orlando A fact not generally season at the Bolt Singing Tower rlo. Tippetts, who Is yet under 30 *-_"--- 4;
s arbor have arrived, acording tot |furniture and automobile cushion known Is that Florida celery and with the carrlllonneur, Anton years of age, is a graduate of Georgia The juniors and seniors certainly Tampa Plans underway for 3

S. Meyer, lighthouse keeper at other products are so distinctly Brees, of Antwerp, Belgium, at the Tech. In his position he Is In Were beat the other day. The city-wide clean-up, paint-up campaign -
\Dclote light, and will be Installed Sarasota-With 30( county con- flavored that they are of special bells, has just been announced. The complete charge of all contract rats walked ofT with the game to In effort to reduce unemployment
hortly by the United States light- victs added to the force of work value for the manufacture of pow Initial recital will be given at noon work as well as the inspection of: the tune of 40 to 17. Several of S ,
;e4ces iouse department. men engaged in construction of a ders to be used in flavoring soups on December 13 to be followed by all government work. This Is the the senior boys told the seniors In Dover Bethlehem cemtery Improved ii

modern municipal tourist park for I and other dishes. It is probablethat regular recitals each Thursday and : first time In the history of United the game to take off their rings If recently .
Panama City-The second ship Sarasota, officials supervising the in the future a factory to Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock and i States flood control work that so that was the best they could do. Jacksonville -- School board discussed -
Joad cotton left Panama City forGermany. work said that the camp would make powders for this purpose will on Tuesdays and Saturdays at young a man as Tippetts has been' After winning the first two plans for new bus route for

Lifting 1600 bales of probably be ready for Tin Can be among the already many special noon.. The last recital will be given i placed in charge of so large a pro games of the year it "klnda" hurt Marietta section
otton from the municipal dockst Tourists and others by Dec. 1. industries of our state on April 14Gainesville.Charles ject. our feelings to be so badly beaten Tampa --. Contract awarded for I'
the Southern Kraft Corporation ---but that's all right, juniors and construction of first unit of mod..

Want, the Waterman Steamship West Palm Beach-Thirty-nine Bradenton D. Pridgen, Bra- E. Doe, retired Gainesville The Japanese per! seniors; next time you seniors will ern church plant for Palm Cela-

[company has started a movement oranges on a two foot branch wona denton, charman of the entertain- coal merchant of Providence, almmon, or Fuyugakl, grows prolifically again bo able to wear your rings Presbyterian church. i 1
fit 30,000 bales to Germany.Lake $100 prize for Joe E. Earman ment committee of the Florida R. I., will start by truck for in Florida and nearly ev with pride and the juniors will Plant City-J. W Munro ship
of this city, winner of first placein Baptist Young People's Union con Gainesville with a collection of 1000 ery farm home has a few growing again bo able to thanklessly work ped 10 hampeprs of okra and 10.)
bletli City-It Is reported that a contest, conducted by the Stu- vention to be held here November birds and 36,000 eggs which he will about In the yard and on some I for the banquet--In other words crates of eggplant to northern ,

the Columbia Poultry Farm now debaker Palm Beach company for .27-28 has announced that plans present to the University of FlorIda farms may be found several hundred we'll win markets.Rt. ,
: tb has fifteen hundred laying White the most oranges growing on a I and the program for the meet are Mr. Doe has been appointed trees. This persimmon is very Petersburg Pit Barbecue

Leghorn pullets and all production two foot limb. The entry was almost complete. Bradenton will curator of the university museum's tasty when allowed to ripen andmellow JUNIOR JOKKH Corporation granted incorporation ,
' records of the farm are expected to listed from Vero Beach. be host to approximately 800( B. Y. bird department. His collection, on the tree. It is sweet and papers. +

be broken next year. It la ownedby P. U. members during their two- beginning as a boy's hobby, has de- has a decidedly good flavor. Jap- Small brother! "I Just saw you
Pade Sheriff W. B. Douglass, with J.1 Bradenton-Bradenton has been day meeting here. veloped Into one of the most value anese persimmons have never been kiss my sister!
able of its kind In the country, according grown for shipment from Floridato Harry T.: "Here. Keep still. Put

.,"' ... -AI Crestvtew-Gov. Doyle E. Carlton to Mr. Doe. any great extent although thousands this half dollar In your pocket.
has accepted an invitation to of bushels are marketed In Small brother: "Here's a quarter

.JIOlD to play ridge be present and deliver an address Pensacola Southbound Louisville the state Speaking of this fruit, change. One price to all-that's the
H. Harold Hume, assistant director I do business."
here, on the arrival of the motorcade and Nashville passenger train way
: AUCTION from Pensacola, December 13 No. 3 was derailed here early today of research at the Florida Experiment -
, mu C for the official opening of the Oka- when it ran into a switch which Station at Gainesville, Bays Mac: "Dad what are ancestors"
loom Loop Route. This route, appeared to have been tamperedwith. the Japanese persimmon Is unsurpassed Dad "Why, I'm your ancestor
CONTRACTne Pensacola, Pensacola Beach 'Na- .. Engineer George Speen when used as a salad fruit, and your grandfather was one."

..t varree, Florosa, Mary Esther, suffered a broken leg when the engine as apples and avocado are used. Mao: Well why do people brag
Camp Walton, Port Dixie, Valparaiso turned over, and his firemanwas "This light fleshed, non-astringent about them then"
_y Wynne Ferguson Nlceville, Holt, Milton and slightly Injured. At the time< Japanese persimmon, when fully "";. '. ..h.4 ,.. tour far ... lkM.
t 'Author of AUCTION BRIDGE matured but still hard and not too KOrilOMOUKK: ..lul jwi nwctW: Ihi Sul tat .U
? back to Pensacola.BonitayBecause. of the accident, the train was pro .... . .
ripe, can be used to advantage In The tenth grade organized their .*. . f* MTha q.
later
ceeding slowly, investigation
bpytlght, Ml,by Hoyle,Jr. the state any salad combination where other class room Nov. Oth, 1931 Mrs. particular Sjr* bM w .*...< war atw
neu su- showed the switch key was miss- fruits are used," he says. Carpenter acting as sponsor) Uul ,... b.........--..... p'
preme court has declared the ing, indicating, police said, an attempt The following officers were elected .........1' .....". ... IbM ,.. M. sI- 4,'
t ARTICLE No. 4 state six-cent gasoline tax law to ditch the train. Jacksonville ..:- Fiscal Agency, : ....Ikhl..r.kww. . '

Auction ie a game of contrast. One AUCTION BIDDING: valid, more than a million dollars Inc., granted charter of Inc.orpora-I President; Martha Brownlee. ......... ,.... DKrKNDABUt"S
land will play well and the next One His partner dealt and passed, second will pour into the coffers of the Miami-A "lettuce leaf fall1' Is tion to deal In turpentine stills, Vice-president: Io row Strickland.' STOCK Iras: IMSllBAMClt CO..
wdly; that is, on one hand you will hand passed and he bid one spade. IS counties of West Florida. Figures worth only $500 and not $2,415,, Gainesville McMullen Airways Class Reporter i Lula Redgrave.Asst. realer:!
9 get all the "breaks," and on the next, When his partner overbid with two prepared by state officials at the Florida supreme court has de Inc., operators at South Reporter: Kitty Haynea. I ,l.r.. wy y.. t
everything will go wrong. It Is game clubs, he correctly bid two diamond Tallahassee indicate that the total cided. Miss Myrtle Buckholtz, Jacksonville i
of/such Air Terminal andTampa Program Committee: Lola Long,
infinite variety that no player His partner bid three clubs and he bid received the counties for the
can ever hope to master all its quirksand three diamonds This bid is doubtful by 1 waitress, slipped on a lettuce leaf Municipal Field, will establish chairman, Lois Adklna. HAROLD C. WALL,
turns. Even the beat of players but, when his partner bid four clubs, fiscal year which began July and tumbled to the floor with a base hsre. The discussion. for the past week
0,I I 1018 their judgment at times and allow he should certainly have passed. He 1931, will be $1,060,303.59.( tray of dishes. She sued for dam- Miami > Maynard-Page, Inc., was on courtesy Several other Interesting INSURANCE
their own hand to influence their bidding never stopped to realize that such ages as the result of alleged Injuries granted charter to engage In real topics have been dlscuos-
to their disadvantage when they bidding by his partner indicated a McIntosh Christian & Neal, : and a jury awarded her $2I I estate business. ed. STARKE. FLORIDA
would realize that their partner has most unusual hand, one of the freak local wholesale fruit and vegetable 415. The restaurant owner appealed -
an unusual or freak hand. The other type, and that his high cards in threeSuite ,dealers, have recently bought,' the
and the higher court ruled the
night,the
writer noticed two would be of
examples great help to his
d J tins failure to be on the lookout for, partner and that his partner's clubs filling station and lot of T. C. Fer- amount was "excessive." So Miss
a the unusual or freak type of hand., would be of little value to his own i guson, Jr., on the Dixie highway Buckholtz must return $1,915 to --_ v
hand, if he should obtain the bid at In I the northern part of town, and her former employer.
AUCTION diamonds or pades. In spite of all I are hurriedly preparing for the -
BIDDING these cogent reasons, however, he bid ,erection of a large fruit and produce Plant City-Progressive Plant
t The dealer, with the following hand four diamonds and all passed. His house which they expect to
Hearts City is already busy making
-A, 7 partner's hand was as follows:
Clubs-A. 9, 4,2 Hearts-8 1 rush to completion at the earliest preparations for its third annual

Diamond_A 8 Clubs- OlL 10,9,7,5,4,2 date possible. strawberry festival which will be DANGEROof
bid Spades-A.KlJf1' Diamonds8, 7 held the second week in March.
one no trump. Second hand passed -Spades-3 Plant City-Having installed a Encouraged by the success of for
slid the dealer's partner bid two hearts At clubs, they could have made five complete quota of new equipment festivals Plant City next "
mer
fourth hand passed and the dealer bid odd, losing only one club and one diamond for the manufacture of strawberry THE
two " trumP- When his partner bid trick, while at diamonds they springs plans to do something un- '"
three hearts? ,the dealer failed to real lie went down two tricks. It is a fine :ups and vegetable hampers, theieYlIVtlle usual In the way of entertainment.
that, if "his partner had a justifiable example of what not to do with a big Lumber Company mill It will make its display of this ,
, In thne-henrt bid, they had a sure game hand. Play for the game, first, last and 12 miles south of Plant City is choice fruit more alluring and It is
although' hearts and bid three no trump, all the time,whether the hand is played neetlng new conditions with a new expected visitors will be attractedto
I there was no sure m by yourself or your partner. Always bewilling
no trum game product and employing approximately the event from all parts ofnn
) Ace were too much to concede the bid to yourpartner
1 for his' judgment and a result, he when the bidding !indicates i 100_ _persona._ u. The__ __present_ ".",- .v..-_-_. S.- ya
went down three tricks Iu- i f. r_ i J capacity or the mm is 00,000 cups
M_' '- undoubted. a mat un nun B ireaic nana. in me nana \
fi" ems l at S points. on a hand that I just considered, the dealer could have and about 1000 hampers dally LaBelle-Tree ripened Improved \ r:
HmLfve-' game at, hearts. saved a lot of trouble by making an Cavendish bananas are grown on s
hand was as follows| original bid of five clubs. It is a perfect the
Plant City Weeds along I the homestead of M. W. Williams
Heart'Q JIO, 9, 6, 4 example of the pre-emptive or shut-out right-of-way of the Seaboard AirLine e en oa
Clubs-O 6,3 bid. If the bid fails, it will certainly, In Falda. The flavor Is far superior -
railway were eliminated in bananas that picked< .
Diamond'-10,9,7 save game, so that in either event it is to are
Don _5 a winner. no uncertain manner by a weed rather green In,Cuba or elsewhere -
J udament.I t allow. 100 Aces to impair your burning machine which the railroad and shipped here. Mr. William) V.
CONTRACT BIDDING had in operation in the local 1 say. they are easily grown. He has
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I Pas, pass, one spade, pas*. Five yards of the railroad. The machine about twenty-five bunches and has It is a grand and glorious feeling to
CONTRACT BIDDING clubs and all should pa... An originalfive la so constructed that it them only get out i
clubs with the above hand I. bad not attempted growing the
The dealer should sends destructive flame ot.ttrebeneath on open road -with Pennsylvania Ad-j ?k3
anti hia bid two no trump, because partner may try for a slam. a ,, on a small scale. Mrs. Corrine
The lame partner four heart.. Pass in the first instance, but then bid a steel platform betweenthe Forrey has a lusty clump of ba vanced Sixes all around. Tramp down on'
error On the player made a similar the full strength of your hand on the rails and along each side. nanas at present They never re the accelerator have
HeartsA lollowinr hand! second round. ceive any special care and have your car go along at'
Clube-none 10 As a contrast to his bad bidding been the Canal Point-Vegetables will be survived several overflows. 50-60 or 70 per with no thought of tire r

Diamonds- A, player whose bids have just supplied northern markets In larger trouble. No about tires ,
9,6 criticized played the following band worry your gripping -
SpadesA
0, ro, 4, 2 very Beverly volume, more steadily, and In Sanford Seminole county has in II
of
case an and talk.
emergency
more orderly fashion this season more than twice as many citrus _
Hearts K, 0, 1, 6 than in any previous season, a condition ' growers as celery growers, according about mileage, there's plenty la them. ..
Clubs-10,"' .3 that is to be due to the location to a statement made by the

Diamonde-A,9,3 of the growing crops, of Seminole county chamber of com- Don't wait until your tires are worn to the-
which a larger acreage than ever after careful check of data
Spade.-A,6,4 merce a
: : Clubs Hearts_-J.8,3 8, 2 before is on land measurably protected furnished by Alex H. Johnson. This danger point come in today and let, us.

lamond'6,4- 7'S 2 i At B Diarnonds-g.1IO,7,2, from frost by its proximity interesting fact comes as a surprise make you the happiest and safest motorist Jon
tt {
Z ( to the moderating influence of to many residents of the the road.
....
Lake Okeechobee. county who have been led to be'
Hearts-A, J, 10, 9 h lleve that celery Is the major industry f
Clubs- K 9 6
Diamonds-, A, 8, 5 I Lake City-H. W. Burch Inc.. of and that the citrus devel- pennuluania Tire""
Spades-J, 9, 3L |I I Plant City, has leased the warehouse opment of the county has been neg
of H. Myers Parriah on the lected. There are 610 citrus groves
'in
Ing thee hand at three lon, ump A :who thereupon led two more rounds of Seaboard tracks' at Lake City and with an aggregate acreage of 8- I
Opened I thi five 01 no clubs. B was now forced to make |. will handle fruits and vegetables. 803, according to the data, while
trick with the king and dub led. lour z won the another discard. He could have discarded About .40 cars of fruits and vegetables there are but 270 celery farms.
rounds either a (pad* or diamond. If
hand B, winDing the Jut a week is expected to be Service
heart in Y'e the former.,Z: would discard a diamond Courtesy Station ,
thee Iaat two discarded two diamonds on ,and make two spade tricks. II the the minimum amount that will be Largo Pinellas county can
JI .Paition rouada 01 hearts. Z was Utter, Z would discard a spade and shipped Into Lake City for distribution. surely hold Its own when it comesto

twtwo B:, but ficured where that he could make make three diamond tricks. It .Is a This produce will be shipped growing winter squash P. P. D. A. Montieth Phone ,
BIi" to make another cJ.J.ud.if he could perfect to all point In the north, west Poppell. of Largo. has ODe squash Prop, ', 13: ;

t IIOIIibly make three odd b' |. Study the pl1ayofthishaandcarefuUyrfa and east vine that baa produced several

At 1ruIc trek three dialDOQda or two a .d it was cleverly thought oat. It is :: hundred pounds of squash, some Starke Florida
of club fxefmgg' he led Y'. I very unusual to win a game by tending Fort Pierce Mrs. L. E. Speer,I weighing from twenty to thirty ,
A to win the trkk i your opponent'emit Jacksonville has recently: pur- pound each. Mr.- Popped states I


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as follows: Judge and Mrs. A. Z.

fu wright Adklns,,Mr.Mr.and and Mrs.Mrs.C.W.A.M.Knight Wain- Do You Know? + I II IIr f CASHHfUnusual
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ocietJIiJ Mr and Mrs. R. F. Demorest and .

h 4t f s JACK Senator HA1LE)and Mrs.GIVEN. E. M. Johns. L I . Offering

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SURPRISE ON BIRTHDAY = ..
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r'' ; ; 1 i;" Parent-Teachers' Association Mrs.Little W.Jack O. Halle Halle,, who son of has Mr.been and ..LiJ A :'-: ': "' .,"' i" ""' '< ',/

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; very ill for over two months' on account .
i AttendanceThe .
Meets With ..
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1 i i; of an accident In which he :} : DRUG
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it :. i\ : '. ,;' Parent-Teachers'.' Associa4j -. ance.It. was severely burned, is now well on : ' .' S /r
the road to recovery and Sunday
h k tlon held Its regular monthly meet- was decided to buy a portable I : : ,.
; hia ninth be was ,
birthday
M Ing" Wednesday afternoon at 3 Victrola for the pupils of the being :"
L t y 11' .
V i O) o'clock at the Bradford County school to help them in their ap- and honored a large by receiving number of many gifts,callers cards . ';.. >}.'- FRIDAY &
and in < SATURDAY
of music
'! 1t!1" High School auditorium. preciation good and letters. ;. "Ii>
t.. ) The first and second grade pupil melody recognition. Miss Olive .. '
school of whichhe ,
The Sunday class
+. of Misses Olive Ray Eatello Ray was appointed treasurer to ::\\f.,
1 }E Davis and Eahel Griffin, delighted take care of contributions from pupils is a member, and the grade In ; $1.00 Mello-Glo Face Powder
the B. H. S. to which he was pro-
1 f 1 the audience with several and all interested parties for 'moted last term each presented $1.00 Coty Face Powder
'i. songs, "Can a Little Child Lead the same. ;7'P7atg ? ___ 79C34c

Them." "Mother's Cookies/ ," "Boat The chairmen of standing committees friends gifts, also who numbers are delighted of interested to know . ) .. ,. 50c Hinds Honey & Almond Cream
Song" "Little Bo-Peep" "Toy- are: Mrs. A. E. Wall pro- tsy" yemt.
land," and "Morning Prayer." Ant gram; Mrs. H. A, Dew, hospitality; that Jack is really getting well af- i R 85c Jad Salta ____...._______ 59C

,"'t Instrumental solo was rendered by :Mrs. L. Wyman, membership; ter his long fight against great 50c Kolynos Tooth Paste ___
Miss Patsy Brlnson. Dr. R. W. Mrs.J. C. Robinson, publicity; Mrs. odds. 'g 29C
zt 4i4 Martin gave an Interesting and Instructive J. :M. Brownlee, grounds; Mrs. J. Jack wishes to hIs thank throughthe friends 1 ; '( 50c Pepsodent & Ipana Tooth Paste

S +h+ talk on "Child Welfare In M. Alvarez, sanitation. Finance Telegraph many "tom ro N each
; who brought presents and made ; - - -- .
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to be ----- 34c
Its Relation to Mothers and Den- chairman yet appointed. .
,, ;gyp t u tiaU. MBS Olive Ray's room received The next meeting will be held him so happy on..his birthday; 25c Listerine Tooth Paste 0 17c I

k >f a picture for beat attend- December 16th. $1.00 Evening in Paris
face
MARJORIE SUE MIDDLETON powder 69c :


1l,; :;'t;; :!} ;. '::8.; : Epworth League Hi Reorganized FridayAt CELEBRATES Little Miss Marjorie BIRTHDAY Sue Middle- Guaranteed 100 Syrup Corks Fresh, pta Red or Pepper qts lb. 39C 33c'I I


Home of Mr. and Mrs. O. \V. White ton entertained her friends with a ., p; AH 50c blades
birthday part Thursday afternoon, ., -; N owI r razor -----__._. 37c :
a :A ;n a RR
'i / :Mr. and Mrs. O. W White entertained pointed at the next meeting. After r at the home of her grandparents, All 35c razor blades - ---__- 29c'

; i i. 4 1 11 a number of the young I the business session a social hour,. Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Middleton. uKi.ddhp as+ r',"' yHea. 100 Tablets Caroid & Bile Salts 84c
Baskets of Chrysanthemums
{ people Friday 'evening at their was enjoyed. Games were played I +, Y+mYk .w.r a H 'e. > 35c Vick's
A'r' s home, the object being to reorganize were placed at intervals about the ._... ... Salve - ______ 26c
and an advertising contest was had I lawn where the folks .mm.
young spent
i the Epworth LeagueHI.Rev. -" Phillips Milk Magnesia
s .' W. F. Jones, pastor of the with Leslie Biggs winning the I a delightful afternoon playing - - 36c i

Methodist church gave the young prize. games. The honoree received man) THAT these strange looking boat. are the type that ply the Great' Wine Cardui - ------__ 69C
; folks an Interesting talk. The fol- Mrs. White, assisted by Mrs. H. nice gifts In memory of her third In the grain' trade They arc known as "whale backs" $1.25 Creomulsion
+ lowing officers were elected. An- A. Dew and Mrs. A. W Anderson,, birthday. because of their length and the way In which they lie low In the _ _____ 84c '
served refreshments to the follow Late in the afternoon forty-tw J, water. Practically all the grain carried from the head of the lakes te) 60c Rubbing Alcohol
A. W.' Anderson -
,, drew Taylor, president; the big eastern elevators la transported In this type of ve..el.HAMPTON .,, _ _____ 29c
ing present: Myrtice Ford, Elizabeth young guests were served Ice I
i, Jr., vice-president; Myrtlce . _. $1.20 Caldwell's
4 Syrup
Pepsin
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4, Ford, second vice-president;Wood- Holllngsworth, Hartlle Hem- cream and cake.AMERICAN 84c

)t ,' fin Halle, third vice-president; Dorothy ingway, Geraldine Johns, Annie e 175 bushels an acre. Hernando, 25 Black Draught _ __:: __ __ 17c
;a A White, secretary and treasurer Murrhee, Louise Snyder, Dorothy \ LEGION Hardee and Lee counties have mostof
,,1 AUXILIARY TO MEET 50 Milk Magnesia _, _; __ __ 34c
+ "l ; Louise Snyder, Epworth Era White, A. W. Anderson, Jr., Leslie erns"Ada Itimmo, Cor. this. ,

ii r agent and Mrs. II. A. Dew superin Biggs, Andrew Taylor, W. T. Pepper acreage this year Is 1650 75c Mineral Oil, full pt. ______ 49c
tendent. Committees will be ap- Weeks and Woodfin Halle. The American Legion Auxiliary; acres compared with 2400 acres
will meet with Mrs. J, W. White, W. J. Root and.Earnest Morganwere last year, with a yield of 250 bush 50c lodent Tooth Paste _ __ .34c

i; BENEFIT BRIDGE TO BE MISS MARY PEARCE ENTERTAINS o'clock.Wednesday afternoon at 3:30: visiting In Brooker last Sun els an acre forecast, compared to Bayer's Aspirin, 100s ________ 89c ,
} FRIENDS WITH A day afternoon. ..t\\ .. 200( bushels last year. Hardee
AFTERNOON BIRTHDAY PARTY MM MMM A-* MI JLv B O. L. Harrison and family spent county has 250 acres of this acre- Fletcher's Castoria _ _____ 29c'':
STARKE GROVE NO. :278
"a+r CLUB OF STARKE TO MEET last Sunday Wlldwood.. They returned age and shipments are now being Thymoline, the modern gargle and ;
_ _ ; Miss Mary Pearce entertainedwith to their home In late in the made from Wauchula, Winter Gar-

_ _ : A delightful social feature of the a birthday dance Friday nightat There will be a meeting of Starke afternoon.. den, Sanford and Palmetto.The mouth wash, pt. _______ __ 39c, '

week of local interest and adjoining the home of her parents.The Grove No. 278 Tuesday night Nov Rev. F. M. Taylor, pastor of the cucumber crop has been seriously 60c BiSoDol _ __ _______ 42c; ,
First church of Graham, injured by drought and
and
', towns will be a benefit bridge reception hall living 24th In the W. O. W. hall. This will Baptist
r Y, party given by the executive boardof room were open ensulte and were the homecoming night and annual filled his regular appointment last blight, and the quality in generalhas $1.00 Vapex _ ______?_ __ 79c ,
decorated with white and Saturday. and Sunday. been poor to fair. I
yellow
,.-e' the Woman's Club of Starke at roll call. All members urged to .
Contests and Mr. and Mrs. W R. Jackson, who .
chysanthemums.
'the clubhouse Saturday afternoon attend. \We FiD
: i, at 8 o'clock. dancing were enjoyed until a late,, spent the weekend in Valdosta, HUNTING SEASON any Doctor's Prescriptions j I
ih assisted' returned to their .home here this
This is the first of a series of when .the hostess, by her NEW RIVER BAPTIST WILL OPEN TODAY ,

parties, which are planned for the mother, served a delightful salad ASSOCIATION TO MEET week.
yt Mrs. J. P. Sullivan is her
near future. Auction bridge and course. visiting The following is a letter writtenby
Canova
with Each guest was presented witha New River Associa sons, Marion and A. L. Sullivan at Pharmacy
s ,1 f1 contract:: bridge will be played The Baptist .. the governor to the sheriffs of
Mrs.' A. Z. Adkins in charge of table bouttonnlere of yellow chrysanthemums tion will meet Saturday and Sunday Theressa. ; the state: I
reservations. A splendid lot of tied with white ribbon with the Baptist church, in Rev. McGauley 'will preach at Dear Sir;; I I

;' 41 prizes were. generously donated by and tagged with "Friday" 13, 1931 Lawtey. Dinner will be served on the Baptist church next Sunday Our hunting season opens on November Phone 160 Always Reliable Starke69C,
'. 1 prominent Jacksonville concernsfor -for remembrance. Miss Pearce the ground both days. Sunday is morning and evening. 20th. It appears that we II
,, .j 1 received many lovely gifts. for the local C. A.. Blrt and family were visiting ;
contributing
1r the parties. Those homecoming day have an unsual fine supply of game
I.. : were;; Chadwick-Mather Co.,, Those present were: Misses Lois church, and all members are urgedto in Alachua county' last Sun- this year and we are anxious that

I, Sears, Roebuck Co., KohnFurchgott Adkins, Oeorgla Katherine Haynes, be present.Heilbronn. day. this be protected not only out of Winter Garden L. A. Stevens, Madison New Ritz theatre|
Ferrell Jewelry Co., Cohen Kitty Hogsed, Lula Redgraves, e season but that the.law be rigidly local grocer and meat merchant, opened to public.
Bros., Russell Phall's, French )Novelty Hope Haynes, Martha Brownlee, Entertalnes With Pilau enforced In season. installed refrigerated display coun- Florida's citrus crop for coml f

Shop, Drews, Mangel's, Standard Lois Long, Murla Weeks Messrs. Last Wednesday evening! Nov. Since the number of game'war- ter in his place of business at 32 season estimated at 28,500,0: ,

Furniture Co., Quality Shop,j Eldredge Robinson, Billy Graham, Springs 11, Miss Merle Johnson with the dens is) limited I. will greatly ap- Plant street. boxes by H. A. Marks, satlslclu
Francis Marion Shop, Edgewood S. R. Johns, Billy Parker Mac Da- '(Thelma Rhoden, Cor.) help of Miss Lottie Watteraon, en- preciate your cooperation to the West Palm Beavh Construc- for U. S. Department of Ajriwl-!

Gardens, Fitzpatrick & Larson, vis, Junior McDonald, Woodrow tertained with a chicken pilau at end that the game law may be bet- tion of Palm Beach Private School
t'' Duval Jewelry Co., Jones Furniture Ford, and A. E. Wall. Crawfordand the Ever-Ready Cafe. ter enforced and the spirt of building on Chilean avenue, to be ture.Plant City -' Keysvllle Lumber

I, Co., Jacobs, Cunningham's, + Mr. and Mrs. Lawton had 'The interior of the cafe was dec- sportsmanship held up among the completed by Dec. 1st. Co., mill 12 miles south of city
Rhodes-Futch Collins, Florida,I'' MADISON STREET children of Jacksonville orated with beautiful roses, and pot hunters of the state. Miami Beach Modern Beauty manufacturing strawberry cop
and Mrs. T. J.
with Mr.
Palace, Imperial and Empress GARDEN CLUB MEETS supper plants. After playing many interesting In my Judgment the wild life Is Shop at 1133 Lincoln Road openedfor and hampers, employing appron-

Theatres. I Moore Sunday nightMr. games,.dinner, was serv- one of the greatest assets we have winter season. mately 100 persons. _
.. The members of the Madison Freeman Rhoden, Clarence ed. Miss Johnson and Miss Watter- and can easily have an abundanceby
met at the Rhoden, Miss Elsie Rhoden and -
Street Garden Club son, as hostesses, served chicken wise use.
MRS., .EDWARD BURNS home of the new president, Mrs. mother, Mrs. M. Rhoden were the pilau, potato salad pickles. bread Cordially
} ENTERTAINS MEMBERS OF E. K. Ferryman. Thursday after guests of Mr. L. M. Murrhee Monday and coffee ** (Signed) Doyle E. Carlton

::5 IJVRB DU MOIS CLUB .A, noon. morning* Those participating In this de- i SPECIALS Friday SaturdayWe
-- The new officers for the coming Mr. Milton and Spencer Craw- lightful affair were Merle Johnson, St. Petersburg: Hotel Martha ,

The Livre du Mote Club met Sat year are: Mrs. E. K. Perryman, ford of Jacksonville, were visitingat Gordon Wadawortb, Earnest and Washington opened for another
1 urday; Nov. 14th, with Mrs. Edward president; Mrs. L. A. Davis, secre the home of Mr and Mrs. T. J. Harmond'' Morgan,' Catherine and season and added 21 rooms. wish to thank all of our old customers, who

: Burns at her home on Kings- tarytreasurer.It Moore Sunday H. Parmenter afternoon.was visit- Gordon: Weest, Hilda Durden, Arcadia New building for Odorless have traded with us in the past, for their won-
ley Lake. *t was voted that the annual Mrs. H. Ralph Cox of Starke, Reba. Maxwell Dry Cleaners located at 22 store.t
i decorated will be held the second Ing Mr. and Mrs. Ned Lewis Mon- derful support since we have opened our
Show Dor-
The home was prettily Flower Leo Wiggins, of Raiford North Polk Avenue, nearing com
with cosmos and chrysanthemums, Friday in May each year. This day.Mrs. is and Dorothy Mead, Merrill and pletion. All new customers will find us always willing

and 'after a delightful luncheon, being the Friday before Mother's J. H. Wainwright In Starke and with chil- Thornton Johns, Frank, Ruth and I. Stuart Contract let by city to to service them at our best ability and are always

4, + ; ,several books were reviewed. Day. dren I spent Sunday Marvin Williams, Joyce and Henry 1 A. O. Greynolds Co.. of West Palm welcome to into store at any
: were: Mrs.T. served hot tea and friends and relatives. come our
present hostess Annie
s The member. The Mast, Wilma Alexander, Beach, to asphalt several streets.
w.. 5 ,r .: J.- Alderman, Mrs. L. A. Davis, cake and nut bread sandwiches to :Mr. and Mrs. Lewis and Harris were Laura and Coleman Tucker, Ethel time. We fully realize that it is your trade
i' Mrs.:10. K. Perryman, Mrs Lenthal the following members present: dinner guests of Mr. Mrs. T. J. Stone, Herbert Packham. Everyone that keeps our doors open. Always remember.
:' Wyman and Mrs. D. C. Jones cf Mrs. J. L. Peek, Mrs. L. A. Davis, :Moore Saturday. reported a delightful time. weight ana
Gainesville.) Mrs. ,J. W. Andrews, Jr., Mrs. J. Miss Lois Moore was visiting Basketball Game OvNERVES-; :we guarantee everything we sell in

H.Bitch, Jr..and Mrs. J. M. Mitch- Miss Louise. Sapp Tuesday after Last Friday, November 13, 'the quality.

I"k w. M. S. METHODIST."ClIlJRcil ell, .____ noon.There was a very large crowd girls played at Hampton their first, and game played of basketball a- Again, we with pleasure offer you the follow

%' ELKCt OFFICERS attended the party given at
VIRGINIA ANDERSON'CELEBRATES that Tb.e lineup
mighty good game.
BIRTHDAYMrs. the home of Miss Elsie Rhoden Fri- fallows Guards, Capt. ing at a low price:
Missionary was as :v.; __ -
Members of the Woman's day night. Merle Johnson Mary Brown; centers

r t, Society of the Methodist at A.W., Anderson entertained Mr. Seeber Forsyth and Clarence Ethel Packhwn n. and .Marjorle Great Northern Beans
church met Monday afternoon autumn birthday Moore were visiting Misses Paulineand and c
by giving an Johns: forwards, M. E. Wynn
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the church and held a business ses- Saturday morning, honoringher Lorene. Greene Sunday night. Harrison. At the end of the Baby Lima Beans
--- Edna
.__ nrlod1014 party and daughter, Alice, I c!___" D__ 11
Lyle
.- .- e tuff, ; daughter, Virginia Mrs. Pattee and Grace
went out B
ut\4 r-----n her first half, Edna o/smti rvuBlack : sans:
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officers were elected seventh mile- Miss Pearl Jordan were visiting ID.Red .
; The following who had reach the and Adkins took her'place. Everyone
to serve the coming year;, Presi stone on life's Journey. the home of Mrs. T. J. Moore played real good and the result I Eye Peas ._. _

;I,' dent Mrs. T. J, Griffin. Vicepresident The children greatly enjoyed this Wednesday afternoon. was 5 to 3 in favor'of Hampton.The .

Mrs. .A. Wood. Recording unusual autumn birthday party, for Miss OUts Thomas was the opposing team, Brooker also Ripe Tomatoes
it.. secretary, Mrs. J. W. White. Corresponding . When the guests had all arrived guest of Mrs T. J. Moore Sunday. bad a good lineup. The boys played C
Q.Halle. [
secretary, Mrs. W. i they were taken on a hike, bad afternoon. Brooker after' the girls finished Fancy Cauliflower 10
yq Treasurer, Mime Amelia Ray. games and a.delicious luncheon.In 'Mr. Clyde Morgan and Owen and defeated them 39 to 8. lb.

Circle leaders and chairmen of the woods. Rhoden and Misses Ruby Monds' Extra Good Grapes __
committees will be appointed at Mrs. Grace V.Richardson assisted and Thelma 'Rhoden attended the Strawberry Acreage
the next meeting; Mrs. T. J. Griffin Mrs. Anderson In looking after show at the. state farm Sunday UP TO your eon In work.

,, who has served am president the young guests, who were: Katie night 'Will Be Less, Is SaidTen every nerve at Ugh tension. 5 Ibs. Irish Potatoes
the. past year, did exceptionally and Virginia, Fugate, MargaretPearce Miss Juanita Johns returned to No wonder yon snap at the wife .
work and was unanimously Margaret Lowry Margaret her home Sunday after she had to Fifteen Per Cent Less.. Than and bark at the children.
good ,
? elected for the coming year. The Strlngfellow, Eloise Hayes Jac spent several weeks here with .her 1931 Acreage Forecast Watch out! Overworked Be
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i lead to
society feels that they are to be queline 'Andrews Dorothy Crews cousin. Miss Elsie Rhoden. De1'geIIma7, Nervous Headache Sleeplessness Nervous lOlbs.r Potatoes
such an Betty In the'strawberry
having Kruse, Dry weather
congrateulated on Jean Davis. Doris I Indigestion and a host of _
able president. Kruse, Grace Richardson, John Tarpon Spring*-New sound apparatus producing .ectloi of Florida con- other unpleasant> disturbances).
d The district meeting of the Jacksonville Duren Anderson and A. W. Ander- Installed at Royal Theatre. tinues, and the expected acreageis Why don't 7011 try Dr. Mllesf

r district was bald in Jacksonville son, Jr, ,. Panama City Meat market not going to matrlalUe says a Effervescent N.,.... Tablets 5 Ibs.
last Friday and attended i opened In Welch building on Fourth United states Department of Agriculture Just one in a half gloss of GRITS ,

_______ the following Starke delegation: ENTERTAINS BRIDGE CLUB. street by J. P.' and EL C. Brannon. report of November 6th. water makes a pleasant, sparkling Or 10SAUL'S
by and Mrs. W. F. Jones, Mrs. T. SATURDAY EVENiNOBaskets Bids to be asked soon for con- The state as a whole will fall drink delightfully. soothing
Rev. \ to overtaxed nerves.Dr.
J. Griffin, Mrs. A. Wood, Mrs. J. struction of Mt. Dora-Tavares, 5- short of the 1931 acreage by ten to Miles' Nervine fa now 5 Ibs. MEAL
ai1. H. Pitch, Mrs. W. E. Mtddletoa and bowls filled with mlle Lake.Shore highway. fifteen per cent, the department mode In two forms-Liquid and
' 1;' ''t and Mrs. Hamilton Rltch. Delegates yellow cbyaanthemums: decked the Umatllla Umatllla Fruit Co. says. 1 Effervescent Tablet. Both have) -
{, ., echoes of the district large living room of the Robinson started operations at their packing Reports from Plant City and all the sam soothing effect.! .
t r meeting gave in Jacksonville, which home Saturday evening when they house. sections of Hardee county Indicate $14)0) at you drag storeOR.MIES )
;
4 were enjoyed by those unable to entertained their club at bridge.'At Arcadia -*< 77 ears grapefruit the acreage will not be as large as SJ I I :
evening when out of DeSoto weather has ham-
attend. the close of the and oranges shipped Intended. Dry "
A devotional service was conducted the scores: were totaled prisee'for county during recent we k.Vero pered setting of late plants and also P/1/7ft'e!! a '1z/::

a t; by Mrs. J. H. Rltch, after high scores were given Judge: Beach Addition to Luther resetting. Some plants are

7.M which Mrs. J. W. White reviewed and Mrs. A* Z..Adktn and Knight Packing House near- growing and looking well, however. l"UU NERVINETA.Bl.ETS 'WHERE PRICES'I" RULBM
} the second chapter of "The Challenge The hostess served a -sweet Ing completion; representing expenditure The state's acreage of eggplantIs LOWER
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---- -- -- SiBits,tS't5"25Z5252575Z52525'5 Synod of Florida. They will return[ mnet at the Baptist church Sat d : 1
S J parents, Mr. Mrs. D. L. Philips pastor nine years ago. His many Mr. N Crawford and Mrs.. J. L. { 1,,
the last of the week. urday and Sunday. Sunday.Mrs. friends are glad to have him back' Gasklnn attended church at Union .

Miss Teressa Bennett of Raiford, Hersey and son, Jim, of again. I Sunday.
The business and program meetIng Starke passed through this section Mrs. J. D. Baxter Is Mr. I
of the week-end spending R. N. Crawford spent a few
spent here I
of the Baptist M. S. will be visitingher
W. Saturday.Mrs. this week In Jacksonville
last
visitingher days week at St. George Ga.,
held at the church Monday afternoon sister, Mrs. C. Sullivan. O. J. Phillips and Miss Debbie children. the guest of relatives.Mr. ?
at 3 o'clock. Circle No. 2 with Mr. and Mrs. John Jordan of Me- Phillips, were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ozena McAllister and children James Rosier and J. L. Gas
Nev Mrs. F. F. Flume, leader, who will Rae, visited Mrs. Jordan's parents!, Mrs. J. S. Norman Sunday after- and Mrs. Russel! of Jacksonville kins were visitors to Starke Sun
I local have charge of the program. Mr.. and Mrs. S. R.; Swindell Sunday neon. were here last Thursday visit. day afternoon.

ing Mrs. M. P. Matheny.Mr. Mr. and Mrs W. C. Chesser and
Rev. and Mrs. M.. C. Stith of Quite a bunch of Theressa
People Buaineaa and young and Mrs. Roy Thomas, Mr. daughter, Nettle, were visiting Mr.
Concerning Our Jacksonville will spend the week people attended sugar boiling at and Mrs. Walter Matthews of and Mrs. Jeff Prevatt at Lawtey
progress 01 the County and.7ownI ., end with Mr. and Mrs. II. L. the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. BROOKERMiss Jacksonville were here Sunday Saturday afternoon. d '

Brownlee. Rev. Stith will preachat Batten Friday night. Vera Galney, Cor. visiting their mother, Mrs. Alice Mr. Charle Gasklna attended I
the Baptist church here Sunday Mr. Howard Moore of Gaines- Thomas. church at Heilbronn
Saturday 1p
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i25 c5 Z5'u 525'c5: : : .:.:.c.c:: ::.:.':':' ':':'':':'oi:5z.5 e' morning. ville.vllle attended church at Hope Mrs. S. A. Foxworth spent Fri ping ;
Mrs. Stansbury of Starke
5Lr was
REPORT New York City Tuesday after sev- Sunday.Mr. day of last week In Jacksonville Mr. Russell Reddish, Misses Pen. {
EITHEit veral week's stay In Starke. Mrs. E. L. Middleton of Jackson. and Mrs. Henry Cribbs of here lost Friday afternoon. Mrs. Harvey Baxter of Jackson- ale and Janie Sapp and Miss Willie +
Starke Branch, U. villa spent Tuesday in Starke. She Starke visited Mr. and Mrs. Wll- Mr. Joe Harrell of Lacrosse, was villa spent several days with her Mae Reddish attended church at
I II |led by Department. James Richard Wainwright of was accompanied home by her mot Brown Sunday. here recently visiting his daughter parents, Mr. and Mrs. 'Wade Har Heilbronn Saturday night.
I ,try Sue had Messrs D. L. Phillips. Clyde Hall Mrs. E. B. Redd. Mr. Wade Gaakins
Nov. 17. 1031. the U.. of F., at Gainesville spent daughter, Marjorie who rell.Mr. and Miss Willie
ending Min Precip.qg spent the past week here with her and WUmot Brown were business Mrs. John Surrency of Graham, and Mrs. A. L. Green spent Mae Reddish were visiting at
to M 51 "' the week-end with his parents, Mr. grandparents, Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Visitors to Starke Saturday. was here last week visiting her i Sunday with their daughter, Mrs. Hellbronn Sunday afternoon.
Z 80 50J and Mrs.. N. D. Wainwright. Middleton.Mr. Messrs. R. M. and Clyde Hersey mother, Mrs. R. T. Oateon. Rurel Dukes of Dukes. Miss Marie Norman of Wood-
52 left Wednesday for Plant City. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Green, Mr. Mrs. Hilda Shriver has returned lawn was visiting Miss Frankle k
81 50g Milton Bronwlee, Jr., of the U. and Mrs. R.. J. Davis and They will be Joined later by Mrs. and Mrs. A. B. Surrency, Mr. and from a visit In Jacksonville Lou Murrhee Sunday night.t
4 79 81 55 of F,, at Gainesville, spent the daughters, Marjorie and Ida Lulu, Hersey and the rest of the family Mrs. T. W. Markey, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Crosby were Mrs.! S. B. Thompson was a vUl
80 68 week-end at home with his parents,, took a motor trip to south Florida and will make their home there. Dave Green and Lessley Green attended visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. tor to Woo lawn Saturday after-
d 8 68 Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Brownlee. over the week-end going as far as Mr. S. E..Triest was transacting the funeral of M. N. Hale at L. R. Camay here Sunday.Mr. noon. ( '

7 for week. Miami. While on their trip they business in Starke.Saturday after Elzie Chapel, near Dukes Thurs- C. C. Melvin waa attending, Miss Mary Page was visiting
alnfall Mrs. James Shepard and Miss visited Mrs. B. P. Smith at Daytona noon. .''. day afternoon. to business In Gainesville one day!. friends at Woo lawn Sunday.
i Lord spent Lena Belle Shepard spent the I. Beach and Mr. and Mrs. J. O.. The B. Y, P. U?'of the Baptist Mrs. P, M. Barefoot and children this week. Mrs. Ellen Johnson of Glen St.
and Mrs J. H.\ week-end in Hilliard with her son Morgan in Wabasso. church is 'steadily*"):trowing, with were here last week visiting Mrs. Messrs! G. W. Hazen and H. P. Marys U spending a few days here Ib
Bay In Gainesville. C. C. Shepard.Mr. every meeting of tit, young people R. T. Osteen. Galney were transacting business at the bedside of Miss Frankle Lou

spent In a play staged at Macclenny and they are greatly Interested.We Rev. Joyner preached here at In High Springs Tuesday.BOOTSEY'S I Murrhee who is very 111.
nd Mrs. O. L. Haynes\ and Mrs. A. Hall and baby, Friday evening, Nov. 13, Miss Ha. hope to make this one of the the Free Will Baptist church several I Mrs. Peter March of Tampa, Is
Y In Jacksonville.- Sharon and Miss Carrie Hutto zel Underhill had the leading role, best B. Y. P. U's 'in the county.Mr. days last week.L. spelling several days here with her s
Barefoot spent Wed were shopping' In Jacksonville playing opposite Mr. Read Keerceof R. L. Batten was a visitorto R. Waters and R. A. Weeks parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Mur- i
P. M. Monday. Lake Butler. The play, "When Starke Friday.Mr. spent several days this week on the BEACUL. rhee, having been called to the bedside ay
| taI Gainesville\ -- .& Woman Decides," was a success and Mrs. Claude flirt and coast near Cedar Key salt water of her sister, Miss Frankie LouMurrhee. !
:-;T.-B.-Massie and Dr. and Mrs. C. F. Sayles en- and they plan to present it in family of Hampton visited Mr. and fishing ( Gaaklim. Cor.) S '
Im and Mrs.visitors In Jackson- route to their home in Miami were Starke in the near future. Mrs. R. L. Batten Friday afternoon Mr. Wilson Conerly of Plant City Mrs. Stella' Rhodrn and daugh-s,
were guests Friday and Saturday of Mr. was here last week. Mr. A. J. and Blrt Chism of St. ter, Elsie and Freeman Rhoden of Pry
Jaturday afternoon.- and Mrs. E. K. Perryman. Rev. and Mrs. W. F. Jones and Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Moore visited Mrs. E. B. Redd of Alachua was George, Ga., spent the week-end Heilbronn, were visiting at the bedside ;

L. O. Jones and granddaughter, Edith, Mrs. T. J. Mrs. Moore's mother, Mrs. D. here last Friday afternoon.Mrs. here the guests of their sister, Mrs. of Miss Frankle Lou Murrhee d
and Mrs. spent ThursjacksonvlUe. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Davis of Griffin, Mrs. J. H. Ritch, Mrs. Jones of Hampton Saturday. Hardy Miss Zulena Waters, R. N. Crawford. Monday.The .
eorge Gardiner. Jacksonville, were the guests of Hamilton Ritch Mrs. A. Wood, and Misses Hazel and Mildred Phil- Mr. and Mrs. Lonnte Parker of the Elder E. N. Anderson of Brook many friends of Miss 1F
( Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Nasworthy Mrs. W. E. Middleton attended the lips were visitors to Gainesville Tung Oil Farm, were here lost er was the guest of friends here Frankie Lou Murrhee were sorry to arf,

Mrs. E. M. Johns are Sunday.Mr. Jacksonville district meeting of the Wednesday of last week. Thursday afternoon visiting.Mr. last week. learn of her serious and unconscious
tor and days in Galnes- Methodist W. M. S., at the First A. B. Surrency and Mr. J. M.! Mr. W. C. Chesner was a visitorto condition, when stricken suddenly R
nr several. and Mrs. J. C. Hall and children Methodist church in Jacksonville Mott were 'In Starke last Wednes Starko Sunday.Mr. last Friday morning ancl\
ill i week.j. of Gainesville and Mr. Bill last Friday.. day.Mrs. Cecil Crawford spending have shown their love and sym ;
is spendingme Wilkerson of Ocala, spent Sunday IVOODLAIVNMyrtle Sutton of St. Petersburg Is several days at St. George, On., pathy by extending a lending and S
C.Jacksonville Hoover with her with Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Thomas. ( Norman, Cor.) here visiting her mother, Mrs. S. with relatives. untiring hand, and visits by her
In Hobbs. The many friends of Mrs. W. C. friends all over the entire commun
T.Dr. James Chose, who Is illLand Mrs. H. M. Thomas and chil- EVERGREEN Mr. and Mrs. Hogan Smith of Chesser will be glad to know she ity and adjoining communities.

Livingstonpa dren of Worthington Springs spent Mr.. 11'. A. Roller. C... Mr. and Mrs. V. R. Reddish of Sampson City were here recently Is able to be out again after several Her relatives wish to thank each
I Mrs. George andy Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. R. Lawtey attended church at Hell- visiting her sister Mrs. L. L. Mor days illness. and every one who has so kindly.
spent Wednesday A. Thomas. bronn Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Son Yarbrough of assisted in every way possible and
r In Starke with friends. Mr. and Mrs. J.: B. Sapp and Mines Pency Sapp and sister, gan.Mr, and Mrs. Harry Plnkston of Evergreen, were visiting Mills F. for the untiring efforts of Dr.

See the new B. H. S. photo! children spent Sunday afternoon Willie Mae Reddish,, Mary Reddish Worthington Springs, were here Murrhee Sunday night. Parka, who has tried so earnestly b'p'
| and Mrs. L. S. Hutto and Nothing quite like them. Special with B. E. Rosier and mother.. and Russell Reddish attended last Monday. Mr.. J. E. Rosier and daughter, to restore her health again, and
j spent Sunday afternoon in prices to students and teachers. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie McClellanwere church at Hellbronn Saturday evening Mr. and Mrs.! T. W. Markey, Mr. Pauline of Evergreen were visit- we are very glad to know that she
Icity. Beautiful for Christmas gifts visiting Mr. and Mrs. Everett G. B. Colson were In Gainesville Ing at the home of Mrs. L. M. seems to be Improving although it k
Hoover Bros. Studio. Futch Sunday night. Misses Debbie Phillips and son, Monday afternoon. Murrhee Sunday night. be slow" at the present writing.
j. L. C. Harper and Mrs. Tomof Mrs. W. R. Hersey Spent Sunday Semoin and Mamie Lou Normanwere Mr. and Mrs. Lee Green are the Mrs. R. C. Crlfls and children .

f of Lake City, were visitors Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Branch of with her Biater, ,Mrs. Johns in Mac In Jacksonville Friday. proud parents of a baby girl born of Lawtey were visiting her Dade City--Dads City MUk Co.R
rke Wednesday afternoon. Jacksonville were the guests of clenny. Miss Myrtle Norman was the Nov. 14. daughter, Mrs. M. L. Thompson moved office and plant to S. E.
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Wainwright, Mr. Green of Brooker spent Sun guest of Miss Mary Page Friday. Mr. R. H. Green has returned last week. avenue.
1 and Mrs. N. Sternberg spent Wednesday and Thursday. day ifight with B. E. Rosier Quite a few people attended home after spending several daysin Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Crawford
lay and Wednesday in Jack- Mr. and Mrs: A. B. Rosier and prayer meeting at the home of Rev. Miami. ''

e. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Demorest, children and Mrs. Hester Sapp and Mrs. D. L. Phillips Wednesday Rev, Joyner of Dukes will preach Phone STEAM PRESSING CO. Suits .:t

Jr., and little daughter, enroute to were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Cohen night. here at the Free Will Baptist 52 J. Frank Thoman Prop. Cleaned & ;, 'I
l Johns of WUdwood afternoon.Mrs. ,
Freeman Eustia were guests Sunday of Mr. Peele Sunday Mr. Jim Hersey attended prayer church on third Sunday of each
the week-end with his par- and Mrs. R. F. Demorest. Schellle Rosier and children meeting at Mr. and Mrs. D. L. r month. Rev. Joyner served here as FELT IIATS Cleaned and Blocked Reshaped
|jlr and Mrs. Jeff Johns. were visiting her sister-in-law, night. .. ,_ ...... -- . . ..
Phillips' Wednesday{ 1-- --- -- - -- -- = ;= - -- ---' --- --
\ Mrs. Willie Reddish Saturday af and Mrs. V.! R. Reddish of
Mrs. :(L.'. E. Dowling and Mrs. Mr.
I A. Saul, Miss Minnier Mae Jones of Jacksonville were ternoon. Lawtey were visiting Mrs. Red- I
r and Broward Lovell were guests of Mrs. W. E. Middleton B. E. Rosier and Everett Futch dish's sister, Mrs. J. M. Norman
i In Jacksonville Saturday. were visitors to Jacksonville Sat Sunday.:
Sunday. urday.Mr. Mr. W. H. Norman and Oscar SPECIALS --- FRIDAY & SATURDAY Nov. 20 & 21
i and Mrs. J. R. Boring and W. R. Hersey and familyare Carter attended business In Jack ._
Mrs.. Alice Langford, Misses
f Lake Butler, were visitors moving to their new home at sonville Saturday night.
and Martha Brownlee spent
Sunday. Mary Vanderbilt this week. Norman
Mr. and Mrs. Leroy
Saturday in Alachua at. the homeof Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Rosier were were visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. S. TIP TOP
the new Bradford High Mrs. DeWitt Hague. visiting Mr. and Mrs. Levy Normanat Norman Friday.: GroceryLOCATION
lot I student photo at Hoover Vanderbilt Sunday night.THERESSA Mr. and Mrs. P. Johns and family
Col. and Mrs. A. S. Crews left today
Studio. They are novel., were visiting Mr. and Mrs. E.
for Dublin Ga., to be gone until '
Monday. While there they will C. Johns Saturday night.Mr. BETWEEN BANk AND POST OFFICE
D. E. Knight spent Wednesi and Mrs. Henry Dunn and
i Augustine on prof eslonalL be guests'of :Mr. and Mrs. E. E. sons were visiting their grand- I/owell Nasworthy, Owner and OperatorWE

t8a Dowling.Mr. III... A. I.. .1I..... Cor. .
HAVE GOOD FRESH FOOD

D. E. Knight and son, Paul, and Mrs. J_M. Alvarez visited - -..- . -------- -- _____ ____u___ .. ___ ._ _ ,._--- - -- -' --'--- 7
I visitors In Jacksonville Mon- Mr. and Mrs. W, P. Randall in Mr. A. H. Johns of Starke wasa
Jacksonville Sunday. Mrs. Randall visitor to Theressa Sunday. FLORIDAT.II Vienna Potted Meat Spaghetti andMacaroni
and son returned with her par Mrs. Josephine Sullivan of

',and Mrs. J. M. Brownlee and ents, and will spend the week here. Hampton attended church here ,A'T R E SausageCan

|Milton, Jr, spent Saturday in Saturday and Sunday
nvllle. Mr. and Mrs J. C. Turnipseed of Messrs. T. B. Triest and A. L.I GAINESVILLE, [..LA. 5c 3forIOc

McIntosh, Miss Fannie Cromer and Sullivan were visitors to Starke __ .h __ _____ ___ - 3pkgs.lOc I'
Baldwin of Jacksonville
W H. Andrews and Mrs. Miss Bobbie Saturday.
--
: Anderson were visitors in were guests Sunday of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. F.. Fender were Pro. Week Nov. 19th -_ __ GilBUTTER
mUle Saturday. and Mrs. F. A. Sweezy.Mr visitors to Gainesville Sunday.
Rest WhiteBACON Compound
Rev. J. W. Hayman of Orange

R.Mason of Miami spent Sun- and Mrs. J. H. Denmark and Heights filled his regular appointIL TODAY & FRIDAYPremier LARD Y
Mr.
with Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Bum- their son-in-law and daughter,
r. and Mrs. Jack Baysmore of St. Showing of the South

Augustine spent Sunday with Mr. E. LAGERailEN PoundlOc 31bs. 25c Pound32c 1
L W. A. Stern and daughter, and Mrs. W. W. Baisden. Seth Parker & LizIn
', Surveying_Leveling ..
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spent Tuesday in Jackson 1
beautiful ...
Six photos make six Slapping -- --- -

Christmas gifts. Not costly but Starke Florida ..1 "WAY BACK HOME"SATURDAY Pure In Jars, PeanutBUTTER Breakfast
friends cannot buy
dire 1 A. Z. Adklns was'a busll something your
Visitor l in Jacksonville Tuesi -your photograph. Come early. .
Hoover Bros.! Studio. I COFFEE21bs. BACON

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Mona Alderman of the F. S. Mrs. L. D. ,Vining Mrs. J. M.
25c 21b.25c Pound21c
In Tallahassee Is expected Mitchell, Mrs. N. D. Wainwright, William flames -

'for the week-end. Mrs. J. C. Robinson and Mrs. R. ATLASThe r r -- e
In -- --
F. Demorest motored to Jacksonville
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jr.. and Katie Mrs.and j.Virginia F. Coney Fugatered Ray Monday and spent. the day. Standard Oil "Get Rich Quick Wai- Fancy Alaska New CropPRUNES 25c Jar y ist,

to Ocala Dr and Mrs. George F. Lowry '
Sunday and spent ford"
ling Salmon ;
day with Mrs. C. J.McClellan Weaver Mrs. C. N. Christy Margaret Low Tire GuaranteedOne PICKLES'
and Theodore Young spent several
ry
rd of the Unl- days in Ft. Lauderdale this YearFrigidaire 3 tall25c Pound5c For 19c
t1 of Florida spent Sunday week attending the Presbyterian Monday & Tuesday -

,f1ol1.home of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Synod, of Florida. .............. Gary Cooper I, .


r.Md Mrs. w. J. Epperson and little Mr. daughter and Mrs., Barbara O. C. Davis Mrs.and E. Claudette ColbertIn Soap or Powder Tomato Soup Whole Grain

1 George Anderson motored to P. Wright and Mrs., W. C. Davis RICE r
Butler Sunday afternoon to all of Jacksonville, were visiting
1 Lira F. q. schell relatives and. friends in Starke Sat 7/75 WOMAN" '

ra Watson-- urday. the three year guar- 3forIOc Can - - 5c 51bs. - .. 19c

kisa Parks and < ugh. Fowler and anted electric refrigerator .
Pauline Parks, of Atlan- Mr. and Mrs. C. ]M. WEDNESDAY"SUICIDE - .. ,
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G&, of Gainesville, -
are the guests of Dr.; and baby, Marguerite
W. B. Parks. are the guests of Mrs. Fowler's FLEET"With Rest White Irish
parents, Mr.,and Mrs. R. A. Thom I Cranberry SauceCan20c
IIId Mra. as. FLOUR24Ibs.65c Potatoes
LoUis To"*""* and
hen returned to their For sale by
home In
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. McLaughlin, William Boyd
of Flint. Michigan, were In Starkefor I lOIbs.17c I


[NT A WORD% They guests a few were of Mr.days enroute and the Mrs.past to Ona J.week H.where Lord., the Smith's Service Thursday & Friday --- - -- ,

they will spend'the winter. Joan CrawfordIn LETTUCE ONIONS Large Can Pumpkin


Rev and Mrs.. Ceo. H. Lowry and Station 2for15c 31bs.lOc 2for 25c
BALE daughter Margaret and Mrs. C. N. - ,
-3-tUbe,Atwater-Kent left Monday "Possessed"
Christy and H. II. Young StarIce \FJa.
kLhanp Steam Prelllling! Co. for Fort Lauderdale to attend ;( -.. ..
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: CAREFUL HANDLING TRUCK MOVEMENT OF COST RAISING BEEFIN throughout this section of the state '
I' FLORIDA ONE-THIRD and was loved by all who knew M1sTEa' lift
OF SWEET POTATOES FRUIT IIELPIIS DEVELOP
I f : l.' ; FARM NEWS SECTION SAVES GREAT LOSS SMALL NEARBY MARKETS LESS THAN IN NORTII her. She Is and will be greatly and NottC I by!.vlrtucr I. ". tYO"I that
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I'r: decree t
I missed In all our lives who knew or tare,-lurur pnW
long, ,,,
I r ', , be raised In her and we all render Judge PrG 14.
Careful handling and suitab'estorage Current news reports state that Beef cattle can our sym TwentY.Slxth Judlekft"

I:I ,;,, , are the most vital problems a larger quantity of the current Florida for one-third leas than In pathy to the dear family who has Florida. Florida In land I..r B"'dl'l" ,,.
: 'i i Conducted By of sweet potato growers, since over' citrus crop is being moved by truck the cooler states, George Dyson lost such a faithful friend and loved t31;.. 13th aay, Ir chancres. ...n

.n :W4))if.t' 20 percent of the potato crop rots,I than has been the case in previous general manager of the Dyson and one. 1811, In fa Ylr >>1 1 No": 11111.!4as t

I''''''!;' ft\l\! L. T. DYER. County Agent G. F. Weber, associate plant patji., seasons. This is an encouragingsign. Rodewald Ranch, Rushvllle. HI., We should not grieve the loss Bank.LIQUldato a for\ ggdfoln 11,

J'ft'j\'l \ ;,4 j J< ,I MISS PEARL JORDAN, Home Demonstration Agent ologlst of the Florida Experiment! Truck movement of the fruit stated during a recent visit to the of our dear relatives and friend Tbaod and a"alnot, '"lun 1 Vss
n
-lllo ,,
;' I 'Y in_;, ', ,J"'ft1 Station recently stated. I Into nearby markets particularly; college of agriculture herd here. as we know that she Is at rest with dant, /mitt 1 hl'Ttlf g
9 -- ---- Care must be taken in digging. those which cannot handle carload ; Foundation stock for the college Je us. Although we cannot bring j"Vattftvri, JI'' r.CJ,

!N1 Cotton Rat Poison and handling sweet potatoes to shipments, helps to utilize the near herd was purchased from this nationally her back to us, we can meet her in Stark,, :ifS, t : '

9 't t Applied Wholesaler I HINTS TO HOUSEWIVES keep them free of bruises blem by and small markets. It supplies known ranch two years glory where there will be no more .legal.. 11\. and hour twe-,r '
r i' lahes and digger cuts. Sort the potatoes those markets regularly with delicious ago. pain sorrow, sickness or death. day Ihe ''Io.k p :'"eU.
Truck Growers to
h Weekly from Home Demonstra. carefully before storing Florida citrus fruit and "Here the farmer has a plentiful The funeral services were held der. 1931.for h.dh'shr,1, Do.;"' y
J (
'er Itt } rats I Hon Specialist, Tallahassee them and throw out all that are helps to move a large crop to ad supply of natural pasture during at the New River Baptist church reprly rash"Itttated' 'tho tolkalntdla
Cotton
Fla. a
I'' Homestead -- poisoned spotted or unsound. Disease spores vantage. practically the entire year, and Sunday morning at 11 by her pastor yi tot }live ..f: wilt +adfo"n
1 section being
in this are enter through cuts or bruises. Development of the smaller markets he is not confronted with the difficult Rev. Butler of here and assisted T"wl1f1hlp Seven.il"n glrhle!

), { 4 on a wholesale who aaw scale the results by truck of a DAINTY DISHES FROM The following rots, caused by has been largely overlooked In and expense housing problemthat by Rev. MaguIre of Lake Butler, Tw"ty Idlan, Florldn Fast tr Ih.(S"ulh Tallh...of....

growers PECANS fungi, are described .by Dr. Weberas times of short crops and good de makes cattle-raising in the and Rev. Hemingway of Starke. acre.. onialnlnsD
r campaign
+ recent rat poisoning Steffanl the main rots causing losses to mand. With an increasing pro- northern states expensive," he said. She was laid to rest In the New I E. kXIGIIT
I S. H. re-
County Agent Pecan Nutor the Florida sweet potato grower; duction however, it is only natural River cemetery. The pallbearers a If. JOHNS:' Sp..lellb

1 ports. Measure 1 cup of pecan butter. "Soft rot is very common. The that the smaller markets should were Messrs. ewitt McGlll, Mar Solicitor tor..''II1Plaln&nt.
p The campaign was conducted byMr. MUCK IN DRIED PONDS
i' 1 1-4 cups of raw peanut butter r potato becomes soft wet and come Into their own. tin Battler, Lamar Butler and Nathan 11'11'11III'
Steffani and Carlyle Carr, rodent MAKES GOOD FERTILIZER
gyI1j Lj s control specialist with the 2 cups of water 2 tablespoonfuls o f r mushy quickly after being dug andr There is one thing in connection I Moore. Many beautiful floral
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salt, and 1 cup of conratarch 01 stored, and it Is often covered by a with the -mala- t\f fruit tn trucks.. offerings were given to show the 't.:1t'8: Ute
the
a r, f U. S. Biological Survey and It's a long dry spell that brings
+ flour. Add the salt to the water,, mold. It handled 1 ,.
Extension grayish hairy spreadsr however, which should be i last tribute of respect to our dear Noll" I IN herebyivxa
Florida Agricultural of cull and dissolve the starch and butte I rapidly from one potato to those to better advantage than It has in nobody any good. relative and friends whom we all. and decree by of Vlrtul, or that en,11 th.t.
About 3,00 pounds low
Service. With Florida
tnrerlure
ponds over as
in the water, adding a little watel around It. This is the worst storage certain Instances in the past. Last love very much. The funeral services Long Judge Prr, mdb hr
k potatoes coated with 400 ounces: a result of the continued dry. : Ha( ,
? sl, distributed' at a time to keep it from getting! rot known. year, in particular, some packing I were in charge of H. L. Fowler ' twenly.I"Ida In IlIdll'h.1 cIRU11 h I
) ot strychnine were muck their bottoms and to
weather on ,
, and over the'I lumpy. Beat for S minutes and "Black rot is characterized by houses allowed truck hucksters to : Funeral Parlor Lake Butler. ; Flnrlda In rhnnery' IIradl"ed It
l r 7 the roadsides around the Is
I along The next afternoon the pour into cans. Steam for 4 or 5 greenish black, circular, smooth, pick fruit from their cull piles at particularly edges, She Is at rest over on the other In 13lh favor day of of No"o"'b.r' A D.,
fields. becoming accessible. Dr. R. M. I JOMeph
minutes. depressed spots. Often black dots very low prices or often merelyFor shore ,, E Wlhoenrpor.tlonlt ,
,a dead rats on one acre of a potato I Barnette associate chemist with uef"' l'OUntr
Bran Nut Bread I II.
In center of these ,
develop the spots hauling it away. While this Where sickness and
sorrow Is o"PI.IRalt
1? i,4 t patch owned and by there Gus were Hooks 263 were of Use 1-2 cup sweet milk, 1 cup ol f which are not deep and which rarely helped the packinghouses to dispose the Florida Experiment Station known no more; :,alnst as defendant Lydin;: :: ,''enll>lIl, rt' .,,

e counted bran, 1-4 cup brown sugar, 1-2 cup I penetrate the heart of the poP of their culls without paying suggests that citrus growers, bulb I She cannot! come back to us again for The .aid sill 11\1 .naatpr rig

them. that he has r water, 1 tablespoonful salt, 1-2 cu I tatCNo This rot is serious and com for having them hauled It was not growers and others haul this muck But we can meet her where the d."r sale In Stark III ,I' the "'n
: Mr. Steffani reports Florid",
; onto nearby and fields as dun
meat chopped, 1-4 molasses groves Legal hour.
mix pecan cup mon. good for the fresh fruit industry. Blessed Saviour shall forever reign.. Df 1al. betw...
), been busier helping farmers t
2 of baking fertilizer. It usually contains from aytl tl J .
teaspoonfuls at the
than he "Dry rot usually begins Often this fruit should not have t I en7thv das! tdeD pmGr
bait since the campaign bait. The powder and 1-2 cup raisins. Mix end of the potato, producing a firm gone fbto the fresh fruit market at 2 to 3 percent nitrogen when dry, Card of Thanks 1931, 10 tho. 111J"hPlt" and 1Jo"I

fr 'j' was mixing the campaign farmer :auger, milk and molasses together brown rot. It spreads slowly and all. It had a tendency to turn the he says.A property for each..lluat.d tit 'onOWhltr der
from In
results have traveled into, slightly acid condition Is usually We wish to express our heart. Uradlord
sifting the dry Ingredients eventually involves the whole po- buyers from fresh Florida ly Flnrlda 10 wit
S hii to farmer all over the county and this mixture dusting the raisins away its greatest drawback, but this felt thanks to all our dear friends South Hillf I' Lot Nine ,
( ato. The inner part becomes fruit, as In cases this cull fI
oept Bloven
rb ,!li ,q+ most are anxious to repeat many and relatives who faithfulto (:c aerex In the
growers is not often to seriously were so
and nut meats with a little of the It is not enough went turner'
black and dry. common. fruit was offered for sale on the being) 1 ut -
In \
the community poisoning flour. Pour Into buttered bread "Java black rot Is strictly a affect the land to which it is ap- us during the sickness and and. south U tau yrdV:'
market at The
pretty good prices. went and
l Suuth
M ; i' three or four weeks he said. "It plied. Its value does not Justify death of our dear wife,mother and Halt t.
h'' and pan and bake slowly for 2 hours. storage rot. It enters the potato cull fruit should be utilized as byproducts of Section 31, tovnHhlp jilt l II
j is now squash'planting time Steamed Pecan Bread through a wound and develops else It hauling It long distances, he says. sister, and for the beautiful floral rang: 3u of east, t Cleo| the Nun"
a, well or destroyed. quarter Northwetquarla
the story has gotten pretty Mix and sift 1 cupful and offerings which cover the mound Ion rive
together (5)
i The potato gets dry luwnxhipIsunt
slowly. should not go Into the fresh fruit ,
when the fields are
Z around that M Eaat.
SAUSAGE CANNED
where dear
*t our one sleeps
l each of cornmeal, graham or rye hard after from four to eight trucks.
market
even by It V
I, 1 time the farmers KVIGRT
,
i' xy' baited at planting Mr. Sam Crews and children,
flour and white flour 3-4 tablespoonful -
becomes black.
weeks and often Special
The fruit m.
; i ? have not lost any squash seed. of salt. Mix 3-. cupful destructive and Is com: green Inspection ser Inverness, Fla. Two hundred and her later, Mrs. S.. N. Johns. E. U JOHNS,
This U vice has
Now when they plant squash they very covered the fruit movingby number 2 cans of sausage were re- Solicitor for ComplainantBeautiful
e I Art/1'2 rhf -
i1 { ; r aro batting fits area around It." et molasses : cupfuls sour mon. I > truck thiauyear: and there has cently canned by a farmer near ll tl h

_ The formula--u ;dlor preparing milk or buttermilk. Pour wet mixture "Charcoal rot la occasionally been> practically no complaint from here from the trimmings from 12 In Memory ot Mrs. Sam Crews

1 the bait used in the campaign Is 12 Into dry mixture and stir well found In storage houses. It produces hat quarter..' The quality of the small hogs he had killed for storage Mrs. Crews, a beloved one who I
mixed. Add 1 to 1 1-2 cupfuls of I
a black decay which is dis- fruit going' by truck should also Mrs. Elizabeth Moore, has far from
+ quarts of sliced sweet potatoes one reports: gone away us all, but
l ounce of alkaloid strychnine, and coarsely chopped pecans, put into Ingulahed from dry rot and Java be> held up. It naturally galls a home demonstration agent. if we're as good as she has been, I
The well greased molds, filling them black rot by the presence of small buyer in North Florida or In Geor- .
ounce of common soda. we can aurely meet her call.
one
;
l' potatoes should be cut In 1-8 Inch 2-3 fulls. Cover and steam 3 to round bodies In the flesh of the po gle: te have to pay as much for cull The angel that came and took

slices and coated with a mixtureof 3 1-2 hours. tato. It Is not very common." fruit as buyers in New York or her away will someday call for us a

the poison and soda. The bait Pecan Biscuits other central markets pay for first NEW RIVER and we must be ready to answer

_ was prepared at a cost of three Sift together 2 cups flour4: 4 quality fruit. Him K. .I. Smtf. C**. that call "
centsper pound. Nine pounds of teaspoonfuls baking powder and WRUF FARM PROGRAM Truck movement'of vegetablesalso :
bait was used on the acre in Mr. 1-2 teaspoonful salt. Cut into this "The Voice of offers an opportunity for developing '' When Jesus a soul doth take
Hook's potato field. mixture 2 tablespoonfuls shorten Florida"I I nearby markets that has Death of Mr*:: Sam Crews But even that she is dead '1S'a

The potato was used as bait In ing. Add 3-4 cup chopped pecans. J not yet been fully realized. The death angel visited the home Her memory we shall keep,

preference to any small grains so Mix thoroughly and add 3-4 cup --f Mrs.. Sam Cre! ","..- early Saturday As the angel took her away 'S *5

that bird-life would not eat the milk gradually, working it in with Talks about a number of Important FINE STALLION morning took away a loving wife She was nearer to Jesus feet

poison. The campaign was conducted a knife. Drop on floured board end Florida farm problems will be and mother. By Mildred McRae.

d ( : under the supervision of the. roll out to 1-2 inch thickness. Cut given by College of Agriculture LOANED FLORIDA Mrs. Crews died after an illnessof I ; rot
HORSE BREEDER
state commission. with floured biscuit cutter and workers over state radio station several months. She was the
game WRUF at noon each day next of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hen-
bake 15 minutes at 450 degrees, I daughter Should
1 week. These talks will be given on One of the best thoroughbred dricks and was born October 22, COFFINS & CASKETSAnd I

{ Plant City New Brick church Orange City voted on adopting the Florida farm hour which will ; stallions In the country will be 1867 and died Nov. 14, 1031, being a Foil Line of with loft velvety to the fascinating touch

I edifice dedicated. ]new: charter.TRIBUTE begin at noon and last until 12:45: sent here In the near future from 64 years and 24 days of age at the Undertakers' pearance an that alluring will.not streak,1

eastern standard time. : the Remount Service of the War time of her death. She was born Supplies rub off or show the effects ol|

r The schedule follows: I. Department, Ma or Thoa.: ;J, 'John in Bradford county and spent AUTOMOBILE:'HKARSOAlwsr spiraUon. Dance or indulg1

"r r ,. Sat., Nov. 21 Florida Farm son, officer in charge, has an most of her life here.: In 1888 she .. H.... Th *... ports fully confident your <

News and Hints. U. S. Farm Science nounced. became the wife of Mr. Sam Crews aerrte. at ... 10....... ...1..... plexion oat will retain all of luo

rr Snapshots. ThIs aristocrat by the name of and to this union was.Jt>orn nine Special a *.n 1 Mon., Nov. 23-Preparing Poultry Destreza, will be in charge of A, L. children, eight of whom survive ord.rsREOiTEIIED

:' for Shows Norman R. Meh- Jackson, local breeder. This stepIs EMBALMER
y : rhof. Farm Reporter at Washing- of her.She OR4I
e- a part the government's planto leaves to mourn, her death
ax 'r ton.Tues. ; replenish ,the country with cavalry her beloved. husband, Mr. Sam DEWITT C. JONES CREAM
., Nov. 24-Thrlps on Roses horses of the size and TARKB. FLORIDA
proper Crews, one sister, Mrs. S. N. Johns; White, FlMh and KacMSGE
and Chysanthemums. R. Wat- stamina. Mr. Jackson will care for one half-brother Mr. R. S. Johns

.on. Farm Question Box. the animal and keep: an accurate of Lake Butler; eight children,

Wed., Nov. 25-How Tuberculosis record of all colts,aired. namely; Mrs. George T Baker of

t'e. transmitted from AnIma'' 1 to Deatreza la 17 hands high and Birmingham, Ala.; Mrs., G. W.

.. Man-Dr, A. I* Shealy. Primerfor i weighs 1,100 pounds He has a 74. Sapp; Mr. Stafford Crews; Mr. STRAWBERRY PLANTS

Town Farmers. inch heart girth and an eightInchcanon Pierce Crews of Lake Alfred; Mr.

s Tours, Nov. 26-Special Thanks bone. He has a good disposition Pliny Crews of Fort Myers; Mrs.

giving program.Fri. and Is a good saddler, according E. A. Sapp; Mrs. Bill Richardsonof Owing to the dry-like conditions around Starke. I

s'y ., Nov. 2T-Formulas for to Major Johnson.. For the last Glen St.: Mary and Mr. J. E.
and on j
Lawtey we making special prices
Composing Manure-J. Lee Smith. few years this stallion has been In Crews of here. Seventeen grandchildren are very

'ukr t Farm Reporter at Washington. use at Pennsylvania.< and one great-grandchild, your wants in both Missionary and Blalemore berry j

& i The war department has two besides a lorge number of relatives plans. See our agents Brownlee Bros., Starke,

MANY. BEES LOSTEACH other stallions loaned to Florida and friends. and G. W. Roberts of who will take
; Lawtey Fla.
WINTER DUE ,
A breeders. One Is at Miami with Mrs. Crews had been a faithful -
TO LACK OF FOOD M. A. Milan, and the other at member of the Christian church at your order.

y' ;Wauchula with T. N. Carlton.. Long bridge since 1005. The church
', Many beekeepers made the mistake Major Johnson visited Florida has lost a good and faithful member You know Bauer, plants of quality and we know

MN of taking the money too close, last March and with W.'J. how to real
.. Sheely, who was always willing to render ship your plants on time and give you
and as a result lose large numbersof
extension agent in animal husbandry some service for her Saviour service. order
So get busy at and
once place your
bees each winter, R. E. Foe-
says
made an extended the
trip over and the church and all those who
tel', apiary Inspector for the state state in the Interest of better horse were In need., .for what you may want.
i plant board.
breeding. Mrs. Crews was widely known
Now Is the time to look at the

bees and see that every colony has J. A. BAUER

plenty of honey. Mr.' Foster reports -

that every spring while goIng THE STRAWBERRY PLANT MAN\
over the state he finds that PURINA FEEDS

hundreds of colonies of bees have JUDSONIA. ARKANSAS

died during the winter. He attrlb-

,;1 \" 'i.f ; I.__ L. tes most of this loss to a shortage

) : \ i TO THE MIGHTY DEAD I ot food.
;
: Mr. Charles Edison
:'"' \Ll' .I (,., loll of the Inventor U teen with his wife entering the Edison home at I I'j Because the winter months arenot'severe WHERE'BRADFORD You'll never know how gooda
\\'j ;..1;, , ,,: : West Oran .. N..Jf* while huge throngs waited to pay silent tribute to I in Florida la not sufficient -
7''; f : \ : the greatest. inventive genius of all time. *" reason to expect the bees cigar can be until you

.IS, ," I to work every day. When they
: ,) 0'' a have smoked a i K .
are forced to do this and two or 0

three cold days come along many \ViNOW
die. Fifteen to 20 pounds of hon- p.

ey times.should be left in each hive. at all COUNTY FARMERS'SUPPLY


.M.r In cases where there is a shortage \ MMEMORE SIZE

of honey Mr. Foster recom- HAVADe1iShtfu14lMILD

.1 mends a mixture of sugar and water COMPANYPhone
r
in equal parts. The best way
: 4 to feed this Is to take
an empty
super, without frames and, placeon .. 151-Starke,,Florida- We Deliver /. Lewis Cigar Mfg. Co., Newark, N. l..U

_ top of bive after removing the
Nathan
r cover. Put some pine straw or N. Prevatt Mgr. B Bi

I excelsior in a dish and pour the Wake Up Your Liver

_
yrup over It. The bees will do

the rest. ASSOCIATE
M . i . DEALERS -Without Calm
VEGETABLES NOT DAMAGED


( 1 v 55 a Stuart,In Fla.Martin- Where county vegetablerowers have A. A. Burden) Hampton Fla.. And You'JIlump Out of -p llistab. le.h teal ta.fng 5517'...
4e.
p ........... XI)a& 1
properly sprayed and dusted so far in the Morning Barin to Go rsw __
Ole bl..s A
his season there has been very Specializing, In sNrll+.........Jk.ls -....aT

1 :. little damage from Insects and dip Purina.Feeds Groceries It yon reel oar seed sank mod OM ...... ... III td"
_ dlaeaaes, reports C.' B. Heuck- :, -Dry Goods ward looks punk,deJa't..no.a lot .......,.b+.o?...T

--'i county agent. cf salts,minanl water, oil, laratittatan gsrbpd.e...

; or dMvinc gam and .v.et a............
Lake Worth-Diamond ball courtat to .... soddwly ..../w
JOG .
._._._._...__ am'tars. IJTLgI14iM1
i n R street and Tenth avenue re- 'D. Cheatham IIDd bucysnt sad laD cf-- ....rl.rwr
jf S. ..
Lawtev Fla. ...... .
SCIENCE AND THE MODERN CIGARt: picture show cenUy constructed by members of J'ar : .. fc. 'I'at\r\ ., ftIII'' earns .. it

dentine tipping of cle... The cigar in machine at extreme right is Church Diamond Ball League, .... hob. wed s ...... Ayy.pta.trsahaHeWM.-.---...
h, boot to be pushed Into a glass cup containing droplet of cum traajacaath. formally dedicated. Specializing' In I mlBt dc.na't g.t sit glius ttllt.I. 7llt .......
S holding
colorless odorless and std shape of Operator Stuart County road crew repairing ge..sal9rra.rM.e.4.ag.pRpd ...- -......
tip. Spit PP4n*
4 5 another cigar by""smoking" w.g Improves bridges on Freeman road Purina Feeds-Groceries-Hardware i.".. ens.f..Iddd ......... ....u--
few .. .. Hw shops, ended ago. .y
for - years
a .
except .. .
1' /w two mile west of Loop: road : .. >yrlil0ifilBdwr1111ISi. hgl.............. ,
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEORAPH STARKE FLORIDA PAGE
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4 .-- -- k V me, and I In you. 21. lie that vlted to this Interdenominationalservice. press themselves fully and freely. No. 108, northbound, title SUrke River steamer, John W. Calla-

'4e hah my commandments and keep- We hope that our placesof They are competent and willing. 5:39: p. m. han, Jr., ralserl and repaired and ..

eth them, he It Is that loveth me: business may be closed for this Well look out, another program No. 2, northbound, due Starke, now being operated between Apalachicola :

and he that loveth me shall be loved hour, aa suggested by the proclamation will be ready for you soon. Our 6:10: a. and Batnbrldge.

9te of my Father, And I will love of our president and governor one aim Is to bring our entire memo m.Wannee Brftjif.K Ocala--City received bids for "

him, and will manifest myself to and that we may give up bership into vital concern for the No. 101 leaves Stat>jc f A. m. ehabllltatlon of local light plant,

w him. : the hour to the praise of the bountiful development of both groups and No. 102 arrives 2:4: % b. >xl. and also bid for furnishing power

+r lamp Into m) feet. m s ig t ants my patt Pwlm 119105. Prayer: We would seek him that Giver of all gifts. Individuals to the last member. To T. J. Cftrfw,,Agent. by Florida Power Corporation.

gad is a teaching doctrine or turneth the shadow of death Into Lhls end let us work together. Jupiter Pilings being driven I
r All religious the morning:: The Lord is His SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST Stand the for
m alTIrtrilQDi UTi***'. creed, if they are to have any claim by worship hours. The Cloning of 3't/MJ J" new bridge on northbound
I devotion of the people must be In harmony with name. -', pastor needs you. God will reward Train No. 107 souU Jtf:20: a. m. track of Florida East Coast rail- .

I a .love loyally and Christ whoSe words t Into every fold and crevice Sabbath school at Manuel Botel- Train No. 108 north, !8:20 p. m. road. Just 'south of city. ;,

[hinge of' Jesus %whom it WM said In John 7:16,"NEVER MANE DAILY BIBLE HEADINGS ho's (Truby's Grove) at 10 o'clock you.Sunday school 10 a. m. Preach Night mails close <6< p.f bv Lake Worth Light Depart. 4' 1

w human hear IS NIf .- a. m. each Saturday. ing 11:00: a. m. League 7:00: p. m. Starke &: Bell Branch: ment started replacing traffic signal

1In UDM and Union counties are Invited to use this de- November 20 Bible study at F. J Pattee's each Evening sermon 7: 30 p. m. Bro Mall' closes 7 a. m. lights at Lake and Lucerne ,,'

"tore of Brauio"h organizations and aunounoe- Truth and Goodness For the Wednesday evening at 7: 30 O. W. White gave a good account Mall arrives 2:40: p. w. avenues on Dixie highway.cLBnK's ;

nt for news rand no charge wade-the only requirement word of the Lord is right; and all Subject for Nov. 28th "The Dei-. of himself as lay-leader Sunday -. ,'.

Space fre | givenreach this offloe before Wednesday moraine, his works are done In truth. He ty of Christ.." All welcome night.Dr. Blue Bus Srl v4it*. \,

cannot b bandied tor current issue. loveth righteousness and judgment . Fred Turner of Jacksonville, Northbound: 8:51: &. n>., 1:21: p. -RETORT ",

2+ as theY ; the earth Is full of the goodness SAXTONPreaching will give Thanksgiving sermon In m., 4:15: p. m., 8:21: y- nt., 5:00: a. Report of the Clerk of Circuit 'gym'\ ).

chief of the Jews together and said of the Lord.-Psalm 33: 4, 8., Methodist church home. : "ourt In and for Bradford County ?
m.Southbound Florida on account of Tax ....- f-Io
first and third ** a. :, ,
SCHOOL unto them, Men and brethren, November 21 every : 9:34 V rf>...11:34 a. .d for the year 19.9. \\1"
I though I have committed nothing Walking With God-The steps of Sundays at 3 p. m., by Rev. W. B.. m., 4:34: p. m., 7:34: fe, rA.. 12:47: a. C. A. Knight tax collector, .(.

LESSON against the people or customs of a good man are ordered by the Christy of the Lawtey Methodist. BAPTISMS AT KINGSLEY Tickets and lnfctntloi at Stark.r..,.F"L.J.." Preper November 11131. ,. \7,

our fathers yet was I delivered Lord: and he dellghteh in his way. church. Preaching services on sec. Smith's Service SLA loA, next to To bal.. due Oct. I 4J1S 4t\ /
)ly and oo lleot d _. _ 177,.Oil
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ond and fourth at 11 The who n
prisoner from Jerusalem unto the Though he fall he shall not be utterly Sunday seven young people courthouse. To bAl. due Oct. ill 46K7.44 "I
L 22 I 3tli o'clock by Rev. Sellers of Jackson made the confession at the Christ- Kla. F.rfclt.reTn .;. '.
:NOVEMBER: hands of the Romans who cast down: for the Lord upholdeth M I """- .. .
dln bal. due Oct. 1 ____.. ,lit It
would have let me go * But when him with his hand.-Psalm villa and singing In the afternoonat Ian church last Sunday night will ny amt. collocled ._. _. P2,14
It I 37 23-24. "3:00: o'clock. Everybody Invited. be batplsed at Green's landing next Miami New bane to 6e knownas To bal due Oct. at _-_. -.IS1D.17Coajatr I
the Jews against was :
I spake ,
....
Rome. Bank of Miami Head llridgeMsIateas.c.
; in ,' ajii Trust Co. .
: constrained to appeal unto Caesar. November 22 Sunday at 3 p. m. Kingsley Lake. ? '

,D l&xt: can do all things I For this cause therefor have I call- The Goodness of God-Oh that BAPTIST will be opened here Acrtyt. With cap- To bal due Oct. I .. .. ___ 461591 !. ..,
, Christ which strengthen- TRAIN SCHEDULE ital of $190,000 ancl $50,000: sur By unit collected -_ .. 71U
b, ed for you * Because that for the men would praise the Lord for his To bal. due Oft, 81 _ ____ .UIIIO\l\ \
e" Phil. 4:13: wonderful Sunday school at 10 a. m. A. J. plus. C...ty Bolldleisj ''
his
16-24, hope of Israel I am bound with this goodness, and for To bat __. . ;
Text, Acts 21: Effective Sunday August 9th DeerfleW-Rlcou wish Co., Jensen due Opt. 1 403011y ( ) ,
son chain," The assembled Jews said works to the children of men- Thomas. Supt. We had 85 presentlast < amt. collected __. 1317 ,
Sunday. We ought to have at schedule changes and trains will opened plant her Mil will operate To ba. due Ort II .312.79
n to Paul "We neither received letters Psalm 107: 21. : 7

A. D. 60- 61; 20 out of Cona aebeel-Gsl I ;
I and Place: run as follows: fishing sb ,cKs y
I'I 9, out of Judea concerning; thee, November 23 least 125 present every Sunday. To bal. du. Oct. 1 _ hh_ 810442
' I here and will }
and Rome. No. 107 southbound due Starke pack ?M ship their collected.8.4.
lIy amt
r rea CommandmentsThou Worship at 11 a. m. Rev. M. C. i oj;
les- neither any of the brethren that The Two Great catch Tu bal. ..' i
uctlon: Last Sunday's 10:40: a. m. from this new blon.t J due Oct. 31 7441.14SI ;1t'o.aly '
Stith will He has
preach.
. shewed harm shalt love the Lord thy many Pell-----
came or spake -
.1II atArea any
1a llosed with Paul's arrival friends In Starke who will be gladto No.1. southbound due Starke Tampa New custom: bouse an- To ba Oct. 1 'rt.d'I
with ---
and --
But desire to hear thee God with all thy heart : ;
<< under military escort. of thee. we 10:35 nex dedicated recently. Hy ct .d : .no"
high priest and what thou thinkest: for as concern all thy soul, and with all thy hear him at our morning ser p. m. Amt. overpaid Out. 81 _. 31.0(1( (,
the . .
later 1' ' S.bacr.ot-Il.e
days - S
officials came to Caesarea ing this sect we know that everywhere strength and with all thy mind; vice.Regular O'I'ICD Tit hat:due- Oct. I,1'1: '

I 1 Paul. During theg it is spoken against." "Thissect" and thy neighbour as thyself. worship service at 7:30: NotIce I. hereby given that the fnUowtnr, dasrrlbad 1"1,' will b" .nlel Byt nmt. collected _.. UO,11i ..
tad against will conduct the at auctlnn ; To bal due Opt 31 . . .71KK.H: "
el p m. The pastor pllbllo nn the FIRST MONDAY IN D17'I'eifelcf: 195\. It being -- - J.1
Paul's answer was so cong was the body or congrega. Luke 10: 27 the 7th day ot said month, before the oourthou. Poor at "itr" In Urad- ...-...... Boaded"a I
ItI Itn I could not give tion of Christians. "There came November 24 evening service. lord oounty, t..l. ot Florida or .0 much Iherenr as wIll 1. "ec>". bnl due Oct. 1 _._ _ ,441133ly I';:'
that Felix Midweek service on Wednesdayat to pay the amount dll. for t..CZes set oppo..tt. the .."m"oLoWllth.r with amt collevtotl _____ - 1110 8* I
, eot against him but kept many to him Into his lodging; to Salvation-If thou Shalt confess th. cost or such sal and adverthol"C, A. KNIOIIT l,". olleotur.D..eripli.s To bal due Oct. III __ ____ .4218.19 fi
h, whom, he expounded and testified with mouth the Lord of Jesus 7:30: p. m. Agricultural I 'r;
thy
I In prison. During the twoat T. Tn lull, due Ut't I _._ .___ 408..Bit : 't
heart (I... T. n. _A. 0..... A r'n."
thine
Paul preached at the kingdom of God persuadingthem and shalt believe in BY! amt collected .__ 33.17 1
L > Caesarea to the offclalsla concerning Jesus, both out of that God hath raised him from the METHODIST N% of flW14 --.'__________-86 8 11 10 11. W. lIay.., o\"l11r. ___ ." To 1 bal ;due Oi-t 81 -:------ _... 879.70Vlda i!'
r opportunity, NofNEa10ofNWy v'a Peach F....
Under his preach.i the law of Moses and out of the dead thou shalt be saved.-Rom- $loy.of N0a NIoJ'4 v Tobal. due Oct. I ____ __ 40104 ,J
others. : tll of 8m'4 _____ a 7 19 14(1( l+l. W. Mayes. o\"n'(' ._... .13S,55NE'4 l1y amt collected _. _____ 3317, ..)!
KIng Agrlppa said. "Almost prophets, from morning evening.And ans 10: 9. Well, we had two Interesting 0' SE'4 --__--18 6 at 40 Lydia TI.on __,,_,-,---- 11I.11 To l>al\. due Ot-t. 81 _____. ._ .1711.71): ,
Ipersuadest me to be a Chrlsr -: some believed and some November 25 well'attended services Sunday. The Lots 1 I 8 4 of fllk I Llv.In"Rton load e% llrlUste' Interest. dud Sl.... y'.
Truby", Co' addition ..... .
Paul was taken to Rome, believed not." The result was as Sure Guidance In all thy ways evening hour was taken over by to Stark .n W34of To bnl due Oct.INK I. _ .",4011,41 .y,

I other prisoners all in charge it has always been some be-. acknowledge him, and he shall direct our laymen. Their'program was IjIE."a8 ----t-ill 8 It Unknown. -- ---,---- JUG By amt collected, --_ .,1,33581: Il-,
Lots of
man soldiers. Their ship was lieve in Christ and some reject him thy paths.-Proverbs 3: 8. simply fine. We had several talks nt Rlk 4 LlvinIYston, Tru.by To baL due O.Oft\V. 31 ALDBJRMAN-.81,17978, Clerk. "j!)

I in a storm at the island of as their saviour. i November 26 by men who delighted the fine k Co', addittnn toStarke Inn A. White, Deputy Clerk ,1,1' "
I In W% ot NI '4 .15 8 Ii Livingston, Truby A Co. 13.11 '
!
at which time the soldiers The following quotation closes Let Us Give Thanks-Blessing, audience. One lady Mrs. Olsen, Lots 188407 ot 131k3Lvin1rston C.M.IIITIIIR'J! *JAt.MTak ". IItIIp .

I to kill the prisoners to pre- today's lesson and closes the authentic and glory and wisdom, and thangs- gave us a most Interesting talk. addition to Truby Stark. rn (W34'nu notice that under and by _

|their escape, but the Centur- history of Paul "And I giving and honour, and power, and The choir gave a good account of of NE'4 ____ 11 6 Ii Livingston, Tru\f 0\ Co. 8.11L.ta dated virtue Oct.of that Jllst, certain IIIII and final entered deore by ,

i cbarge of the soldiers for. Paul dwelt two whole years In his might, be unto our God for ever themselves. On the whole our lay 1 8 3 4! ! 14 of111k the Hon. A. Z Ailklne Judge of Circuit n
hired house and received all and Revelation 7: 12. fine 11 Llvingaton Tru Court of Bradford county, Florida .
|web killing largely to protect own ever.- men's day was a good one- by a Cos addition to In that certain.. foreclosure suit ;
df
Having: been guided by the that came unto him. Preaching the attendance, fine Interest. Starke In WV. ot NI1J'4 __18 6 II Unknown __ _,, ,,...,_ 139.81_. In which Hank of Htarke, a corpora. .' .

|r Spirit, Paul explained to the kingdom of .God, and teaching I PRESBYTERIANServices. We have talent enough here to Lots ilk 54301881011 11 Llvln"Rton, ''rubya of lion IN complainant In defsndant and the Frank under PWlnterllnsr 'I'.,'

*rs that they would lose the those things which concern the put over any good thing in a good ("n'.. addition to Starke signed will cell at publlo outcry In i l!
with all confidence In W94 of ________.56 8 U Llvin.aton. T Oby & Co 81.04 front of south door of court house of
22
| but not any of the sailors Lord Jesus Christ Sunday November way. Under Mrs. Dew as superintendent Lots 8 0 of NJ1J\ LivlnIt. Bradford county In town of Htarke, 'W;

Idlers. They escaped to the no man forbidding him.." as follows: our League Is destined to Man Truby k Co', addl. Florida I to t5e highest and best j;

d I where remained three Paul had prayed for a visit to 10 Sunday school J. M. hold its place in our religious education Clan to Starke !In W4 ofN4Eye bidder for cash, during the .. )
they a. m. --- -- .. __ -.88 6 U Livingston, Trdlty\ ., Co 1.20 hour of ....I. on Monday. the 7th .
iths\ and then sailed on anoth- Rome, and now he was there withno Truby, supt. program. Friday night the SII Blk II Livingston, d"y of .)cc. estate 8l) tail, th. !
* board to and a guard to at lake for "r"hy a fns Sub Div.islon renl. I ing and be- :
plp to Rome or Its seaport. pay 11 a. m. Morning worship, sermon league will meet the a fnlloWln.' taroe
Co. 4,41.N'Ao of Bradford
I of N1t 3. or IS 8 U Livingston 'l'lb" $ ?
II II I i on the Island Paul was busyIng protect him from his enemies. For by the pastor. social and business hour. The party of 111k 7 or lots 6 county, Florida" i'I
could and did preach Endeavor White last Livingston Truby'" Co aub lluKlnntnir at a point on north side ,f.?'
I and healing the sick.e two eyars he 0.30 p.. m. Christian given by Mrs. O. W. .. .dlyl.lon ot NIoJ'4 otNE'4 of A. N. It. A II. Railroad whoreWestmoreland II,
i at Caesarea in prison forJe8I'8. without Interruption and here he Topic God's Gifts and.My Obliga- Friday night was fine. Mrs. White __ _.11 II U David a floss "",Ill) ____ 4,1'7SI street cross.* the
4I I Paul was given several probably did some of his greatest tions. (Thanksgiving. Intended to did her full share toward its sue- % or Jllk 9 or toff I 4 rlKht of, way of the A. H. H. A II.Uitllrond C'rr
Truby'a Co' ?
I trials, and finally Festus preaching and his best work In recall what God has given us, and cess. Thank you Mrs. White, inviteus rlvln.ri..ton.' ' of NE% ofNIt'A said: .rna""rut..n'i.; .: : : :1I1 r4
, Roman In the gospel of Christ. The his ) -: -: :._ -_. ..._..88 8 U Livingston 1'I'l1bll: 4. Co. '.08 with WeHtmorelnnd street 10 feet, Wf..
I I i governor place spreading how we may pass on blessings. again. AII' lk I Livingston Tru thenoe east at right. angle. to said ,*
eIIx, and called for another Jews held that they should not go Leader Mr. Will Barnes. Just watch our young people's by A Co' sub division street. 417 I..t.. thence south 140 feet ;j''

[ and offered to send Paul to law before the gentiles and Jesus 7:30: p. m. Evening worship song division grow. Our only real han All or Jllu NID'4 ot D to NE"-tlvln"'nn., __ _____-U 6 13 Adam Thomas w _. ___ 6,83 to Railroad right 0 thenne of west the. A.to S.nolnl It A (of I, ,1, -
I to Jerusalem for hearing be- taught that they should not go and sermon. dicap Is the lack of equipment. We Truby- A Cos-iii"d ivia bel\'l"nln"1 In Section It, Township

(Sanhedrin. Paul knew that to law at all, so Paul said to the Prayer meeting Wednesday at have the .young people If we just ion of NKM of NKH ---_28 8 22 Livingston, 1'rf.l" A co. ..,. /: Mange SI A.Kant.a. crtBws. a
Lot. 1 4 of nik IS Lfvlntrnton. -
I Jews had arranged to have him Jews at Rome "I was constrainedto 7:30: p. m. had a building for them. It Is pos Truby A e subdivision Rpeclal"' Muster In Chancery.

W on the journey back there appeal unto Caesar not that I A cordial invitation to all our sible even In these days of depression Blk IB Livingston of NIC* o'i Truby NEVi--J8 A 8 21 Ephram Thorn*.* _,-- 1.76 KNfOtlT Hnlloltor A KNimiT for Complainant, !'!Iarle.. Fla.

|before Featua he appealed-his had taught to accuse my nation services extended to all. to get our young people Interested ,"'0'" nub division of NBVi ll.6"Bt-18-4, ,

i to the Emperor at Rome. On of." The mission study class will meetat In raising money to build of NUW __________IS 6 22 Livingston, TfHoy A Co. I.T6 J

appeal Paul was taken' to The minister' of the gospel may the home of Mrs. J. M. Mitchell the needed hall for their meetings.We Elks 1 S 21.of Dlk SI, SI 17,Livingston 14 A Lot It appearing NOTIOM; by TO affidavit APPKIAH attaolK

I as Just stated and when heed be bound, but not the message nor Tuesday evening, Nov. 24th. "The are pretty sure that we havea Truby A Co'. sub divisionof .d to the bill of complaint filed In
________ 11.47 this court wherein Anna. flell Hart
there We will NfcVi of NBU 28 6 22 Livingston 1'(1.1111 A Co.
the
Centurlan dellv- the gospel. trail of the conquistadores", will leader for other groups. Lots S 4 of Elk 18 Livingston has filed null for divorce against "+
I Paul to the Captain of the be the subject for discussion. tell about this later. Truby eV Co. subdivision Mamuel Hart, that, the resident* or
of of Co. 5.23 adilresn, of flumusl Hart. t.! _
d NRVi NE'4-U 6 12 Livingston 1'(11A n-
at Rome and Paul lived WEEKLY SERMONETTE Let us all pull to gether for one Lot 1 1 of Illk 20 Llvlnir- known, to complainant; that there f
|preached two years In his ownled LEST WE FORGET great result In our church. Let's division rtin o'i sub I"I no person (In the mate of Florida.'
of A Co. 522 known to aslant service of '
NEV428WI6 6 22 Livingston 1'(111'1' proees
house, but as a prisoner, Christ, Our Ever Present Savior work along lines marked out for of Elk 40 Livingston upon whom would, bin* the said _.-
ed I to Roman soldiers.. At that Matthew 28:20. to, I am with The annual community Thanks us in our new legislation. It will Truby A eo'. sub division tend ant.

t the scriptural history ofu'3 you always even unto the end of giving service will be held Thursday give each member something to do I a of of NKU Blk' of 41 NE'4 LevIng.aton'Truby -.,25 6 22 Llvln..tonr'y Co. 6.12Lots ,aid It Hamuel In therefor.Hart ordered do that tit the the 1 1I

life closes. Except for a few the world. November 26, Thanksgivingday in bringing the kingdom of God Into A Co'e subdivision bill. of complaint In :ttS.anae, In

i written by him we have no John 14:18-21. I will not leave In the Starke Methodist churchat the heart-life of our people. As of of NBU Llvlnsrston of NBtt' __,SS 6 12 Joe Grant ,.. ,,,..__.-_ ..,. Ktarka oemher, 7th Florida, A. I,). on 1031.or else before the all l>..-. I

sr account of his work oren you comfortless: I will come to 10:30: a. m. There will be a sermon we listened to those men talk Lo.frt A kCI.I. sub division ration of mild bill will be taken.
of of NW4 .___Si .6 22 Unknown.... ._.:__ 6,12 ae confessed by him. 4 ;
you. 19. Yet a little while and the by some outstanding minister about Christ, the home Christian Lots S NIIJ'rt k 49 Livingston ; /<'" ?- -. It In further ordered that thin
Paul came to Rome "he world seeth me no more; but ye see and appropriate music. As has atewarsblp and other phases oi S Truby A Co'e subdivision notice b* published. once a week fur. d ti

suffered to dwell by himself me: because I live ye shall live been customary a free will offeringwill Christian life Sunday night we I 'S 9 of of Blk NBU of Davis.NRJ4vSLota J A I 22 Joe Grant ,? w, -,------ ..,. County four eon."tI.k.Telearaph, published e In Bradford In

I soldier that kept him. And also. 20. At that day ye shall know be taken for Starke Welfare felt for them and wondered why Truby's add to Starke In Stnrke. Florida.Wllnee .

|after three days Paul called the that I am In my Father and ye in Society. Everybody cordially in- they are not given a_chance to ex W NW! of cor Tty of 8K14_ of__ NW14.. __ 2M 8 Si T. M Trun ., ",48 Heal of this* my court hand this ae Clerk the Srd and day the I
of November, A. ft, 1IMI.o I. .-
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w. At.nnnHAV,
DOROTHY Charles McM4nus C1.. }
F 'KNITI By 1'Y 7'fA! HI'1'ECly CI.ri.It(

A. CnJlJWA, ,
Solicitor for Complainant

I HAVEN'T SEEMVOOHUNCUE I WHAT REC/MEr4/ T WHAT DID HE JOIfsl > HIS ... 13 IN TNT" tl.8.rt.U-4. 9'tt 4

OPLATE .. DID HE JOIN THAT OUTFIT FOR? I SIXTY\ SECONDREGIMENT MASTKIi 11"1.1'2'

15 HE AwAY? Hereby notice In given that under
,
and by vltrue of that certain final ;?
A e THE OH: HE WANTS TO BE deciree of fnreclneiire mad by Honorable
StxTY- A. X. Adklnn. Judire of SI.' !
NEAR Twenfy.Rltih Judicial Circuit nt
Yes Hts FIRST Florida. In and for Bradford county.
SOLDIERNOW HIS PAL Florida' In Chancery; Sitting, on th. "
17th day of October A. n. Itsl. In 4 ,
i favor of the Federal. l tnd Bank of a'v'
Columbia a corporation, a. romrlalnant -
r and against H. F Renfroe -
and Dora Honfroe, his wire.
r J. J. Thoma and 'earl Thomae hie. '4l
r dl r e wife, and the Lawtty National Farr } ,
Loan AeeiHilatlon, a corporation ae
yea d r..ndante.
The said C mauler, will offer
for axle In front: : of the courthouse
door In Btarke' Florida, during the.
legal. houre of eale. between. the
hour. of eleven' A. M. and two cloak s
p. m on Monday the 7th '
cvmber A. I)>, Ual. to theyhighest 'Si
.and beet bidder for cash, the following -
denorlbed property ..ituatedn
''- Bradford county. Florida to-wltr
The Northwest. quarter of the
e Northwest' quarter and the North
n half of Houthwnut quarter of North
G_ MGM_ .....t quarter all In Beetlon It, Town. 'P'
. hip 6 South Kane 10 east also
.
: ,, :':: The $outkeat quarter of" the 1''
Northeast' quarter' and I 1-4 acre* iy
131m I In Southeast corner of the Northaaat ,
By L. F. Van Zelm quarter of Northeast quarter of aee- !
iMAIN THING ON lSl'REET" lion 14, Township 6 Btiulh. Kane 19a
.t. .,,
''h, -r. .
KuIrD a wAL i caret O. K. rERRTMAN.a Y
WT; CCNHe' e INCwDINe /A KNOW! MOST Bp.elal Master ?
nIL OL'D M..r-t waDvw ?
arA9klhpfoNQEDECOfUTE
A ARE Af M. JOUNIJ.
GdDtR 'SCANDAL
luitJ
Jau z .'1214" CJOIt'1' TO T..AT TEA .Aar 91. OvER 'wA4 60.6iVI/611/ Hollallor for Complainant.
uA1S : 'rpp VAi. =Tf. JO: < MAINBANKER$TQEET / fog gAtt yaNTE D 'W t1M I/AgNINGTpN (b0 A 'f11A AOT CAM k'
SE QV'CAt\l' or APPLICATION ron
f4Eea4PAPER BppRpERBMEAig TAX: IJICVI> rel..
Notice IN hereby riven that K. J.
I I.ewU, holder of Tax Certificate No.. It
COYNE 1fi 4'. the 4th day' ofAuiruet. A. 1>.
TAKES ..... has filed said certificate In my
FALL ON .office and marie application for tax
WAY teed, tOo ...u. thereon In aocordaac
TO D:POT with lad. .., Said certificate embrace. 4
........... > :the following ileecrlbed property: .It.. ,
5 .. uate 'alll' ON \ .F.7;; : 'to-wltl.
LE. WIN 1b EO4 JE4t AS /% :. :: -A South half of Bouthweet qaarterf '
+
DFDOT 3.OUNIHGT'OI'l > ,> Northwest quarter and Northeast hip
xoR '
I44' MuCa 51t34 "EWE 4. vis ,quarter o< Honlhweiit quarter Kzoeot. 4
'+ '1Q'Sr...Vf .. 0" 6'NEA46MS' !3> acres R of Ry Section 1. Townehip b
PEFOqc4 7 r H. K. 50 JCa.,t, containing 66 acrea.
0-, / .... The aald
COMM'TTEE 7w6 CAOTOt '" assessment of proverty
DANIER.. r' $ ,inder the said certificate ,laaued wan b
CO'tNE I n the name of Mr. Ella Lwia.Unleaa .
bSTOoit A Piece _Id- ertlfl..t. shall be re-
SLtJ ... OS:: \ ij} lamed according to law. tax deed
C1\rz A HARD :will.u.. thereon on the 13rd day
CIECF if November A. I'll.
; on: KEL AND l. HL" '" 'r\. Dated this ISr,p.day of October. A., rt'D. '
kUQT .....; r;.. '" "'. I I 188 1. -
tllGl'ilT't. \ \ }
7 \ s .. O. "W. Alderman j
-.... ... -- : -- .,. LF'_ ? "'-- ([Seat) Cleric of Circuit C.......
Bradford county Florida, AFT
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iK j i BRADFORD OOONTT TKUBOBAJPIl. S1ARKK.:" FLORIDA .' FRIDAY yoVEMRgp
PAG, EIGHT: _
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-- the new legislative act Bridging No. 28 Dixon R
Nominating A Governor this county Visited p

Bradford Telegraph (Perry Herald.) which increased the maximum (Palatka Dally News.) day
County
I j From Other Pens I j j1 Florida taxpayers are beginningto gross load of trucks and busses Operating Of utmost importance to this Mrs Della Silcox

4i i Established 1877 hold their ears ready to listen over county highways from and other communities between visited Mra. CYnthia?:
. for the of a gubernatorial 16,00 pounds to 24,000 pounds. The Mr. RaYmond
...-1 ... ,..i..1111..i..1 song Lake City and Bunnell Is the WDd
4: ; candidate who Is a business man, a commission contended the 24,000 erection Miss Alease
' Published Weekly Fridays and Entered as Second Class tender-hearted of bridges over the various Maples pdk
on Onions are vege- man who has a/common sense plat pound loads would cause heavy Saturday nights 1

j E. 1 t Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida tables.-Starke Telegraph. As a form for governor In which is Included -, damages to the highways, and said drainage ditches and small bodiesof Mr. and Mrs. D. J

Ill ?y 1I matter of fact the onion belongs to tax reduction In Its every even the 16,000 maximum, in force water along the eastern end of chndren Mr and Mrs'

I 1 a i, E. S. Matthews _________100__________ Owner and Publisher the lily family.-Inverness Chron- sense with no monkeyfoolishnessconnected for several years, was excessive. state Already highway the No.grading 28. has been Kelly Kopman ot Cain_@

J. C. Robinson _______________________ Managing Editor icle. with it. that the Under the new law the railroad done and within the next few at grinding Mr D. D. WOOd-' 1
is
Herald hoping
The commission was authorized to Friday nigb
o man who la sent to Tallahassee will certificates of convenience to months It Is expected that the contract Mr J. A.
Phillips
i The Kelliher (Minn.) Forum says grant for hard-surfacing win"be of G
4 SUBSCRIPTION RATE be (1) a man who Is a recognized: truck and bus lines to carry loads let Is Visiting at Mr D. D.
the bIg'problem is not birth con- and leader In the The latter Is contingent somewhat for few \V
11 business man a
not in excess of 24,00 pounds in- days.
In Advance
tw Yearly $1.50; Six Months 75c:-Payable trol it is them after upon the emergency federal aid
controlling: state; ((2)) a man with a platform cluding the weight of the truck or Mr. and Mrs. D
j. _
Advertising Rates on Application they're born.-Starke Telegraph.With whose planks count for something bus. funds allocated to Florida for 1932. children of Gainesville R\to\"I

j us it has always been "firth" words of a dema- There is every reason to believe Mrs !, ,
slr and not mere We don't know the latitude the Rlchey's grandfather
r control.-Bronson Journal. I gogue in tax reductions; ((3)) a man law gives the railroad commission. that through the friendly cooperation D. Woodard's cane .k
'i 4' --o-- of his of ,the state highway depart- gryn-t .
Help the Red Cross. who possesses the courage But if such relief is possible, cer- day. -
2 C i The Starke (Flo.) Telegraphsays convictions and will not be con- tainly Highlands county should I ment this short route from the Mr. and Mrs. D W
u 0 there's of strawberries Lake City gateway to the Wr
r' a shortage In sea willbe
_ trolled by machine or clique Gainesville
any make the same request that Hills- were at the :
i 1 q Hunters are In the woods today. down there. After gettingour Tallahassee or In other parts of borough made. ready for traffic within another uncle Mr. D D. W be

r o ,, bank balance, we can tell you the state. In other words we wanta We see present loads ruining our twelve months,- provided thebridges Gently

Monthly. payments will steady most any fellow.,*" of a more serious shortage than ; real honeat-to-goodness businessman highways built for light traffic. If are built. .
that up this way brother -Hlllyard for governor of Florida be- 16,000-pound loads do the damagewe Due to the lack of funds, the Fort *ierie..

: o (Wash.) News. ginning in 1933. see done to our roads, we might state road department has adopted' derwaytoFortPlcrcVhSrepresenting

Evidently the taxpayers read the county paper. -o- Most of the gubernatorial can- as well plan another million dollar the policy of roads first and cost of

o The statement that coffee brew didates who will announce for the bond issue unless the 24,000pound bridges later This Is equivalentto Frostproof SimmoT I to
ed in a tin can on a fishing trip is office will have a platform of "Tax the erection of a fence with one '
loads are kept off the highways. received contract
M1 AC The nation's foresters were with us this week. really good will be news to most Reduction," which| has been a feature The county. commissioners meet 1 panel left out, for roads, Jike of addition to for cm

0 llshermen.-Starke Telegraph. The clause in,many campaigns in fences, are of no earthly value except packing ,p
next Monday. That Is not too soon Highlands Packing Co
!' : Get the habit of saying no to the peddler at your door. Telegraph man evidently has had the past, ,but,, which have as yet for them to pass a resolution simIlar as a whole. An instance that Brookavllle First
w the: wrong fellow hold of the aforesaid meant nothing. The candidate who I to Hlllsborough's. might be cited was the lack of diligence Hernando county e call

o coffee on his fishing trips!- bas a platform with tax reduction in building the bridge between shipped fall j
--- crop from packiial
,/ Dollars won't be so scarce if you spend them at home.o Bronson Journal. planks in it during the next cam- Lake Butler and Otarke, on at Seaboard station.

?I 7 /, -a- paign has got to convince the people Stops Urged to Remove These this same thoroughfare. For Cocoa Cocoa
It's not too early to wonder what I that he means what he says- Death Traps many months the use of the high- Millwa
it. grounds
and are burning being beautified.
powder today men
; Women are using '
the manufacturers will leave'out I he has got to be outstanding. way was at driver's risk and its Mabel--Car of bwul

: lyh, ip Fy 0 of the next summer's bathing suits. -. o- (Gainesville Daily Sun.) utility was largely impaired, despite pod from here by green farmelllllsection. oil

y4 An argument |is like a merry-go-round; you never get -Starke Telegraph. Probablysame It Sure III ToughTo State road thirteen has a bad the fortunate fact that a dilapidated .
as last Bummer's-the girl bridge could be used in
reputation because of its death M
FlorIda- M
i' to live in
anywhere have
who made them so adorable when \ connection with a. sandy detour.
traps, notably the one at Hamptonthat ornn:
-Where the summer season prevails
----o she into It.-Bronson Jour- How this of
dangerous
got proved was Notice first mutlntoii
I has taken several lives. "
ll'I r to either do out- nal. almost nine months! of the shown by the serious of torn: In the DiKtrl.t Court
i 'f There seems to be an eternal struggle or (Of course our summersaren't Since the recent latest accident injury a United suite for the South.
year. local resident at the detour turn- trlct nt
Florida In t H
do the neighbor I the at Hampton, The Sun has been In nkrup
as hot as summer sea- In the matter of Uetoittcjl
The Starke Telegraph predicts off. How wasteful It be
was can
t In New York or Chicago or receipt of three communicationsfrom also neWItt C Jon.. Tri5ii;
sons
---0 that Florida will not have established traffic Jones Hardware
though by statistics Co? of Stark I
residents of Gainesville and
a Y 'f' Next Thursday is Homecoming Day for B.. II. S. as well bread or soup line this winter, 'Kansas City, but we really can'thelp Alachua, urging the state road department for through motorists practically trlct Ida In aforuBRld the county, bankrupt' of ilrndforil

there will be plenty of attractionsin :. that.) avoided the road and the large Notice Is. heieby' given lhol t,
i as Thanksgiving. the state. Always Is, with the1 -Where, at the most, the men to take immediately sums invested were temporarily vember 12, l'(31( the saiil debit,,
I steps toward the remedying of the duly adjudged bankruptn/. i
different weight
.. excellent of beau- need only two the firm
o crop orange-fed I meeting of said
suits for the entire year and the dangerous conditions. idle.From will he held In Court haunt,s-j
l' ties which is the standpoint of
t's ',N' :4 Get the family to buy the car a nice, new tag instead of a Bronson Journal.always coming on.- ladles'mostly only one., I This from one letter "Could we at least, bridge contracts economy should, o'rlock Florida,a.on in December at which tlnwnNl I., I 1SSI.

.+ necktie Where-everyone wbo owns a enlist your help and support In correcting Horn may attend prove their!
,: .7 for yourself.So -- a very unnecessary evil? be let simultaneously with grading appoint a trustee, .ilmiHl
Motor car' company advertises car and nearly everybody owns contracts,' so that when 'the top bankrupt and trammel lucl I
o within few minutes I We need help In a sane and safe buBineMH
at least onels a HH mny proDerljr i
nothing less than six will satisfy. surface was laid the roads wouldbe fore naUl
far on one has blamed the country's condition on the And nothing less than twelve will drive of a lovely lake or one manner. It so happens we have in Immediately available. This Dated Jacksonville meeting FIoi
; world. Gainesville and Alachua county an vember 18, 1931.
In the
of the best beaches!
k bumper crop of nuts. satisfy the credit companies. is less I outstanding member of the road policy could be well applied the Sea that I In n
Where the cost of living r.d" \ :
executed and ,
Starke Telegraph. And it took commonwealth over. It is one that with tin i
than most else on the commission. If the commissionwill otherwise you will not panic!
I anywhere
o to the state to would both economical and
seven satisfy say prove dividends. ,
discuss at its next meeting, the
is who does not have to be told to nothing about Increased licenses, face of the earth. popular. Projects should be con- MOUOAN F. JONES,
A
true sportsman one .-Where the golden harvest of death traps on No. 13,- a solution It* Ilefetee In BankriII "
and sucb.-Bronson Journal.o sidered in their and
entirety,
every
1 observe the legal limit. citrus fruits provides delicious and could be reached. It Is deplorableto
-- -- lose our boys and girls .continually bridge should be figured Into the .\:\K In PT Uti: .
c There Is a bright side to every healthful diet for the longest periods cost the same as every mile of Notice IH hereby given Itstrustee '"
t't'p at the lowest cost. and do nothing about It. One of the estate of DoW f
Christmas isn't so bad in itself; it's the going out of: cloud. This dry weather has put -Where garden very mature of the death traps Is at Waldo, two roadway.No Jones, also DnWItt t'. JoneMn!
crops Jones Hardware ,.
the swamp distilleries out of busl- large sum Is required to con- a. Company t
Insteadof at Hampton and two at Lawtey. rupt will ,...11,1 public outcrj:
of the old two three times a
style tag plate. or year
ness. No water, no steam-no struct the few remaining and min- highest and bent bidder or bii,
Your files will show the accidents -
steam, no shine. Starke Tele- only once as is the case in most many or bridges along highway No. 28. for each at the bankrupt I
o that have happened at of business )Gated at Btarln
graph.. Forecasting a sure-'nuff other places. Until they are constructed the val- Ida on December 6, 1131', ,at II
i i When experts run out of all other forms of advice, they dry condition after a while if the Where for four or five months these places. I know full well the ue of the road Is largely minimizedand a. m. the following diuwrtM]
difficulties which are met by the
arty
} + gravely tell the farmer to live at home. drought continues.-Bronson Jurn- every year the gold laden crop of highway board, especially the desire the money that Putnam Flag- Stock of hardware. ,more fill
nal. tourists spend their time and mon- lei", Clay, Bradford Union and Columbia truck note and accounts reeeeaiti
;
*
of these small towns to forcetratl'lc kale will stand for cotll
h o ey with us. counties have Into It Is
o put lion at a meeting: before the u|
railroads of the state to truck It the popular emblem -Where" of wood, or a little to go through the center of not earning the expected divi- signed' referee In bnnkruptr/li I
(? Two are going operate appears furnishes town but this Is a considerationwith lately after the saleMORUAN'
extra
,electricity or gas dends., .._
during the closing days of Hoover'sadmfnlstratlon F :ION
F lines of their They should have started two which the road commission Is
+ own. years ago. Is the' a full years; fuel supply. -0--- Referee In B nkrnti|
a patch on
-Where children thrive In the perfectly capable of dealing. The app Clraham BuA
o seat of the pants.-Starke Telegraph 11-20-21-11-27. Ju.knonrmrlft
of the situation warrant
for In exigencies
balmy sunshlen more days' -
According' to the Times-Union the only thing unlucky folks had If that to were wear the only"Hoover place the year than In most any other any reasonable and prompt action BOATDRAIN

about postponing a wedding is when they quit postponing it. patches" it wouldn't be half as bad spot on the globe. and I for one hope to "see some- Mr_. Blanche Edardn. DR. R. W. MARTIN
done
I -Where nature just naturally thing Immediately. Cue.i- .
as it really is just now. Bronson -
i "i .p- makes folks more friendly than Another letter deals with the DENTIST/
Journal. of the state road The held each
financial ability prayer meetings
Field Marshal Sir William Robertson says war hurts everybody -o -- any here else.' Phone S3 Hour:!
it Is but we just department to undertakes any extensive -. morning and evening are still con-
w b benefits nobody except the profiteers and settles A lettuce sandwich Is two good feel Yep that, despite sure Its tough handicaps FlorIda work, the writer arguingthat tinuing. Much Interest is manifested. Over Corpening's Drug Stl

nothing pieces of bread gone to waste.- will be our home for a long this should not stand in the -

k Starke Telegraph. Evidently the time to come.-Polk County Demo- way of immediate action as an Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Colemanand

o Telegraph paRAGrapher don't ap- crat. emergency measure. son, Alva, visited A. D. Cole-

They served rattlesnake steaks to members attending preciate modern eating methods. -o----- From an engineering standpoint, man in Jacksonville Sunday and
r He's passing up one of the dantiest -
# the South Florida Press Association at Ft. Pierce and made Too 1'Iuch.of, Thin and That probably all the bad situations Monday SayitwithFloweFlower
and most wholesome sandwiches : J.
could readily be corrected cutoff M. Allen visited R. L. Lee
'em like it.Long that can be made.-Bronsoa Jour- (The Brush, Colo., Tribune.) at Lawtey would remove two Sunday:

o nal. Too much oat and too much acute angle turns; a straight-away Mr. and Mrs. R. Colley visited For All\
*
-0-- wheat section at Hampton would remove Mr and Mrs. Carl Andrews Sun-
drought lowers water table, says the U. S. geo- When Uncle Sammy gets Too much corn and too much heat. two dangerous railway crossingsand OccasionsGERTRUDE

logical survey. And'if it keeps up the eating table is going through telling Japan what she Too much cotton, too much oil. at Waldo similar steps could day.Mr.. Albert Gllsson. fillS, Cherry

must do, maybe some attentionwill Too much hours that we don't toil. be,taken to avoid going throughthe Harrell and Eliza Harrell visited .._ 1 ..-
to be lower. be paid to warning gangster Too highways, too many
many
I', congested and winding center:. Susie Allen Sunday. GODBEANDERSON
0 aliens in this country.BradfordCounty cars.. of the town. Bro. McGauley and Mr., Minton

'. Telegraph. Uncle Sammy Too many people behind the bars. The Sun la glad to add Its wordof Visited Mr. R. L. Lee Sunday.
Perhaps the wet and dry arguments over the radio went Is too busy with other folks' busi Too much poverty, too much approval to whatever course Miss Pauline Prevatt visited ]

so overwhelmingly to the drys that the rain clouds were scattered ness. He baa no time for his own. wealth. may and certainly should be fol- Ruth Ella Priest Sunday Phone 39 Waldo,

f by the static. -South Jacksonville Herald. Too many people have poor health. lowed to make _road<< thrlteen safe. Miss Audrey. Beatrice and Ruby
---a Too much politics, too much booze. -

d o If the back country is prosperous Too many wearing high heel shoes.

it+; h Kn{ Sale of wine bricks in Florida is not a violation of law, Its residents and property and Too many loafing.too many their bets.
owners able to pay their taxes Too many failing to pay Aladdin
"1''' ;A says the attorney general. But for prosperity's sake, buy clay have something left over to spendfor debts.

bricks and put up a building. the luxuries and necessities Too many spending their doughfor

of life the big cities are the gas. sr N' 41 9 LAMP

o gainers. If the gasoline tax alloca- To many talking of Europe's sass. tt 'ij,r''t INSTANT-LIGHT MANTLE

' Florida has been the playground of the nation; now a fifteen tion enables the smaller counties to :Too many buying beyond their -

l lower their tax rate, the population means.
; million dollar concern to make it the world'splayground
I proposes areas' will reap the first benefit. Too many buying canned corn and

+ and they will put it over. They depend on the back country bean. '

___ .__ ._... .. .
Q lur br..A.u7. ctuu trade can vjr.1. come Too many .goring their crop of : y
r
I from a prosperous people.OCalaStar wild pat- An Aladdin for
p There is no argument that the younger generation would Too many -candidates after your t

'r would be better if they lived as the older ones taught them instead -o-- votes. ,,,. Every Purpose

j. 'h of following the examples set by their elders. The Perry News has changed Too many hiring" their washing t In Your Home
bands but the new owners are retaining done

f -0 that old remnant of Pine Too many playing bridge for fun,, A

Avery Powell says the small town hostess Is one who has Knots, and Cypress Knees-Leslie Too many looking to Uncle Sam.

to borrow from the neighbors when she gives a dinner party. George, thereby retaining one of Too many people don't glva a--

the best known characters hi FlorIda Too many poets, too much prose.,.
it The big town hostess is one who has to rent because her newspaperdonv Bradford Too many girls without under- 1bJ tt ti+:

..k, neighbors won't trust her with their silver and linen. County Telegraph. Thank you clothes. -

o "Robbie" Pine Knots would not Too much buying of goods on time,, aW.6aIftladdl a
$ have bad remnants had we been Too many people don't save a dime.

yy' Criticism is being directed at different state departments able to find you In Ocala_at the Too much ball, too much play,' BRENTWOODA _E.. Tee yds. Can?

aJ for issuing pamphlets showing work being done, or never to be forgotten meeting of Too many officer on big pay. of Jacobean pa,
lowboy (
design (e..lad1)JJeta k.t..f.1'.Olv.
'e the paRAGraphers. See what hap Too much taxes,.too much rent. .. ,.
s mudsre*hib ew
what ia being accomplished with the,taxpayers' money. On with marvelously grained matched -
pened when you disappeared in Too many folk spend every cent q.ht to /rihfJN
the other hand these same critics would complain about being. butt walnut center panel with I..p.atus.94. rI0aN1s.wfa
that Marion county fO&-Perry Too much fun, too much ease, %w.Tb.-amp

l kept in the dark if they couldn't see some proof of what .was I News. Too many rips Inmy B. V. D's. lacewood cross-banded overlays.Serpentine Side panels carved of .ad.1.11If.a trouba.htw N.Pie.sler..noke ee.eatl. os, y V(g..k.aMaadt.dr. eat)
.cJ-
-o Too much reform too much law. /r
sa.crhasd.ni.ut.t st
being done. j jo walnut. Recessed Gothic grill anda ttind
With practically no capital and The darndest mess ;you ever saw. .Styt.bl. add 5.orrII.m ekkd ke4 swM eftw s
carved cross-banded bottom
m no grant of power from the government i.. i o I AiIdtla
rail. Corner beveled and
post are
r We have too many men going to the legislature for what the independent truck operator Follow the Lead fluted. The Majestic superheterodyne -
has done more to spread the (Avon Park Pilot.)
they can get out of it for themselves, their relatives and distribution of perishable products Hlllaborough county mindful of chassis' uses 9 t tubes. Including .... -
Shield Multl-Mu and Twin
ti friends. A case'in point is the statement made by Representative than the federal farm board with the havoc huge truck and bussesare Spray Pentode Output. Twin Power Detection ,
all Its millions. Perishable products playing with highways with the ,
of Alachua to of Bradford county'scommissioners
of Black county one tone control and Grand
raised In one part of the private citizen' bard earned dollars -

t;, f ,l,. that he wasn't worried over losing his lands in country are being sold In the open has appealed to the state rail Opera tube Speaker.$9960.Price' completewith

this county because of five years' unpaid taxes. At the next markets hundred and In some instances road communion to save it highways EXCLUSIVE DEALER

Intimated bill might to force commissioners more than a thousand mile from destruction by refusing
;? session he a be passed -
from where they were grown at a permit for the new weight authorized
''c to allow him and other large land owners redeem their price the poor man can afford to by the legislature. The news ANDREWS STORE

property for a small percent of the amount Sue. It is doubtful pay, thank to the independenttruck come In press dispatches:

if the legislature can force counties to remit county taxes to operator who Is Just one link The HlUsborouKh county commission -
tremendous distribution chain a resolution yesterday -
In a adopted
cert privileged individuals even if a majority of the two that I* being forged stronger every requesting the state railroad STARKE FLA.

houses could be persuaded to betray the small taxpayer. day.-Ocala Star. commlMUon not to apply to J ,

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