Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: November 27, 1931
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00027795
Volume ID: VID04839
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33886096
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'4, Road Benefit Press :Association Again 'Winners miles J. W..southeast Harrell of, living Starke two on DECEMBER FIRST ,Ii

oo&I' Suwannee River Press Association rood 28.- brought the first The first of next month will be GOVERNOR CARLTON i

Hold Interesting Meeting In ripe strawberries of the season -

From Road Body Gainesville Supreme'Court, Four To.Two, Up- to 'th* Telegraph office the season on the 1932 automobile -- -

I holds Gasoline Law Wednesdaf. and they were tags for Florida motorists. Tags Executive Empaalzfw. That State

Gainesville, Nov. 21.-The No- fine specimens. Mr. Harrell will be available the first day of B. H. S. Celebrates Has Shared Depression In

I of Road Is Said To Hare vember meeting of the Suwannee Tallahassee, Fla., Nov. 30( has two acres of the fruit, the month at the office of A. S. Lena Degree Than Average)

,., 0W Attracted Type Much Interest River Press Association was held The Florida supreme court has set out In early July and apparently Crews, local tag agent and after Homecoming Day -
I In Gainesville Friday. blasted another attack upon the they did not suffer Governor Carlton

road" department of In the afternoon members of the constitutionality of 1931 state gas- any ill....,.effects from the purchase may be put immediatelyon The B. H. S. and alumni the Wednesday Issued .
state annual
The of association visited Florida State ollne tax, revenues distributionact drouth. With favorable cars, Mr. Crews stated yester Thanksgiving Day
" developed a type
lorida baa weather* .he. expects to be looking forward with pleasure and proclamation in which ha urged the lj'l
which Is known as "mIIIIn : :- Museum on invitation of Director day. Tags can be secured for all
vement and sand-asphalt" and T. Van Hyning and state radio station The high court Kite yesterday re shipping In. fate lots by new cars, cars In use and cars anticipation for Homecoming Day, people of Florida to give thanks .
1 place WRUF on invitation of affirmed a previous decision Christmas, which is early for Thanksgiving. because the state has "shared In a
', built on Road 10 The Gulft Major upholding which have cot been In use If the
being far less
Highway and In several up Garland Powell. I the law .and denied a petition this section. Mr. Barrel Is at proper affidavit Is presented to this An interesting feature of the degree than the averagein
Florida counties Withb A business session was held at for re-hearing filed by present/ ';, Installing: an Irrigating effect dRY will be a football lands" the "untold"
West the
a d the Hotel Thomas John E. Mathews Duval system and plans to set game, of the "world-wide deprea-
os regards strengt presided over by county The license fce has been set "
i success up of the season between sion.
01% and at so mod- President T. O. Merchant of the legislator, who claimed; the act to out two additional acre ten cents a hundred pounds on all Willis-
d appearance Madison be invalid. within the nex few days.Tcrnadoes ton and Starke to be played in The proclamation follows:
Ue a cost. ft* to attract the atDillon EnterpriseRecorder.K. I light cars, that is cars up to 3000 "Since the

of road department official Warren Welch, superintend Again as In Ita original rulingthe ........................ pounds. The former tee per hundred the afternoon at 3:30: o'clock. In ,has been man's morning duty of creation to It '

End engineers of other states, and ent of the Pepper Printing Company supereme court was divided pounds was CO cents. For the evening from 8 until 9 o'clock I thanks. Since God give-

E> the United States Bureau of discussed conditions of the four to two. Associate Justice the coming year it Is 60 cents. A there will be an inform! reception wisdom has showered In his Inflnte '

futile Roads. Rep resentatlves oL trade and methods that can best Armistead Brown wrote the opinIon twenty-five cent boost has been held at the Woman's Club, followed blessings on mankind it manifold Is

Bureau of Public Roads and be used for making a success of denying Mathews' petition and Play given for tags on cars over 3000 by a dance for students, alumni that his children: should show meet
hglnecrs from several of the road the Job printing business In large was supported by Justices Terrell pounds so that the owner will have and friends. The day promises to gratitude and thankful

(n, Uartments of states outside of and small shops. and Whitfield and Circuit Judge A. to pay at the rate of 75 cents per be one of pleasant memories. their father's hearts for

horlda bave recently visited the The matter of free publicity was G. Campbell sitting on the supreme Their Final Game hundred pounds.All ..-..-- "Immediately watchful after the car first*.

fork In this state and made exLuutlve : :- discussed by President Merchant.The bench in the absence of Justice light trucks, up to 4000 BAI3DEX WINS OVER UiePilgrims set harvest '

It research and expressed organization voted unani- Fred H. Davis. Chief Justice pounds, pay the same rate as lost BOXER FROM STARIUS!: of Thanksgiving at Plymouth apart a day in -'_ _

ucb satisfaction over what they mously to accep the Invitation extended Rivers Buford and Justice Ellis year, no Increase being effective 1621. It
was the
ave seen. by J. M. Davis of the Brad- dissented. The B. H, Tornadoes will play In this class. The rate per hun Valdosta Iloxrr: 14. Awarded Verdict custom with beginning of a
their lst of the bore many of the colonies)
lId so that the counties of this ford County Telegraph to hold the game season dred pounds on this class of vehicles Over Starke Battler In thereafter. The Continental
Jute, most of which have rural next meeting January 21 In CONSIDER BETTERENFORCEMENT Thursdaviip'' Wllllston. This is 73 cents. Large trucks, Ten Round. greus appointed days of Thank.I I
win be the firt came Starke has however
Starke. those
Eoad construction problems to over 4000 poundsrun giving. President
Leet, may have full benefits of Elect Officers OF ever had with ;VIlliaton. into a rather stiff rate, $2 per Gainesville, Nov. 24.-Kid Ball- Thursday Washington November appointed 28

a. that the state road department Yesterday's meeting was the appointed STATE ROAD LAWS So farjthi.i tjanon" Willlnton hashad hundred pounds. don of ValdostA and Vasco Forsythof 1780 as Thanksgiving Day. President ,
km developed in this low cost typef time for annual electionof a pretty jrood record, since The letters on the new tags and Starke battled 10 cautiousrounds Madison followed the

pavement, the department has officers. Leslie George of the they ha.v ,defeated teams that .'....t fIcatlons for which they stand here last night"and when It at the close of the war of example 1812. ':_ _
have tied Starke. The Tornadoes
ecided to place all of its data ate Taylor County News was chosen Better enforcement of all exIsting follow: was over Referee John Minardi President Lincoln

November meeting of the denartment for( the presidency R. B. Child of highway laws and motor lire determined to do their very <... -Motorcycle. held up Balsden's hand as the vic fourth Thursday in November appointed the
transportation laws was the subject I best to win the game. This will be AX- tor. The verdict 1864as
the following resolution the Levy County Journal, Bronson, Motorcycle ,,exemptPlain met with approval Thanksgiving Day and It
Las adopted. for the vice-presidency and J. M. of a public meeting in Tallahassee -' the last game for five of the first Private" automobile of the large audience this: year that congress declared was

"Whereas, the- experience- of Davis of the Starke Telegraph was Tuesday. 1 string players, Capt. Sternberg, weighing 3000 pounds or less. While both battlers displayed that 'henceforth the last Thursday
elected Governor Carlton presided over Alternate Capt Matheny, Lester D-Private car skill they did not _ _
Ms department to date indicates secretary-treasurer weighing more recklessly expose in November shall be the
nixed In place pavement to be a The business session was followed the conference which was attended Price Robinson, quarterback. Mast than 3000 pounds. themselves. Each waited his turn rect day for national cor0i

type which may prove of substanlal by a dinner, served In the by state officials, representatives and Cox, the two halfbacks. E-For hire automobile weighing to get In a telling blow Neither and shall be a legal holiday.Thanksgiving

value and Importance for fur- Spanish court of the Thomas hotelat of railroads and motor transportation a 3000 pounds or less. opened up with all his power and "We of the state of Florida 1

;her possible extensive use by this which Claude F Lee local theatre companies operating in NOVEMBER 80 LAST DAY I F-For hire automobile weigh neither showed an. unusual flash of should feel Intensely thankful to '

apartment and by many of the : manager, presided as toast- Florida, and others. A public hear- TO SAVE TAX INTEREST ing over 3000 pounds. ring tactics. Forayth" made most] Almighty God for the blessings
political subdivisions of this stateaecause master Through the courtesy of ing on motor rules and rates before G-Trucks up to 4000 pounds. of the advances while Balsd(n bIded which we enjoy. The world-wtd

of the low cost of that WRUF that radio station's. pop- the Florida railroad commission Many person have taken advantage H-Trucks over 4000 pounds. his time. Despite the mechanical depression has brought untold suffering -

:yp of construction resulting from ular 'RUFiana sang I number of was released for the capitol con- of,the proylilon' of Section 1, : "G-for hire"-Trucks for hire, aspect of the contest It pleased to millions of mankind. In

he Lirge proportions of local ma- selections after which Congressman ference. chapter 1571U >cts of the Leglslaliture weighing 4000 pounds or less. the fans. Balsden weighed ISO and this 'we have shared In a far lees I

:erlals employed therein; and Lex Green of Starke madea Railroad men, motor bus and of 1933;, in payment of their "II for hlre"-For hire trucks Forsyth 141. degree than have the average In

"Wbereas, the methods of con- brief talk in which he expressed truck men, state chamber of commerce delinquent ttxes (when' certificatesare weighing more than 4000 pounds. I Roy Reynolds of Graham displayed other lands We have lived.In peace

itractlon the types -materials his pleasure at ailn meeting representatives and state held by. Jhe state) without Z-Official, exempt. a potent pair of gloves to under the beacon light of progress

uA the technical' ,proportioningg with the Suwannee Klver Press. ofticlils discussed the need for enforcement p
thereof productive of best ile made reference to the coming of state highway laws saving cannot be allowed after December -Dealers.B contest over Jackie Miller of Vaf- I liberty has lighted the way to, a

wits have been found to vary session of the congress, predicting: to protect public life and property. 1. 1031, The-provision of :-Trailers up to 4000 pounds. dosta. Reynolds, an old favorite ; full realization of the fruits of the ,

.''substantially in different localities; that legislation will be adopted Crossing accidents, speeding, overloading section of this act being as follows: L-Trailers over 4000 pounds. I with local customers clearly outmaneuvered labors of those who laid the foundations

'and looking tosome measure of relief and buses and trucks and "Section 1. Redemption by December N-For hire .trailers up to 4000 I his foe although the 'of our 'government May l

"Whereas, it is to the Interest for' the distressed because of un- other phases of the question were I, 1931. Any and all taxes pounds. VaMoata pugilist displayed format our souls be lifted and our" hearts t

of this state that some competent employment, through increases of debated. : or tax sale certificates issued on O- -For hire trailers over" 4000 times.Hcilbronn. be humbled as our devotion is. Intensified ._-_-____-

[agency assemble and maintain all tax levies in the upper brackets, Finally It was agred that At- : real property for taxes delinquent pounds. by our deep feeling of
torney General Cary D. Landis prior to A. D. 1931, and owned and W-Wreckers.
vallable information pertaining to those affecting firms and individ- I' ':"C gratitude to divine providence for
!the adaptability of that type of uals with large Incomes. would look into legality of a proposal held by the state of Florida or by Following are the costs of licenses his eternal grace.

instruction under various local Major Powell. Talks to use state funds to bring any municipality or other politicalsub for a few common makes of SpringsThelma "With an earnest desire that we

conditions and to the methods best The principal address was made about better enforcement and to division for whose! purpose the 1030 model automobiles not Includ- ( Ithodon, Cor.) may all have our minds In tune

adapted to the securing. of most by> Major Powell who reviewed the say what state funds could be used same was Issued may be redeemedat ing the fifty cent agency fee: with the infinite will In Thanks _ _

I favorable results therein; history of WRUF sketched its legally. any time prior to December 1, Ford, roadster 1320. giving. 14
Mr. Jessie
"Now therefore be It resolved, growth and gave an intimate picture Chairman" Eugene S. Matthewsof 1031, at the face value thereof Ford tudor" sedan, $14.40. Kite of Jacksonville Adklns and Melvin "Now therefore, I, Doyle E.
II that the the state railroad commissionwas without interest on the payment : Ford, coupe, 1380. were guestsof Carlton 1J
state road department assemble of the part It is playing in advertising Misses governor of the state of
named head of a committee of such face value to the officer Auburn sedan $27.00. Gladys and Alamae Florida
and maintain full records Florida far and near. Parmenter by virtue of the authority j
I afternoon.Mr.
of which will make deflate recommendations in charge of redemption Bulck, sedan $41.50. Sunday
both technical data and con- As a concluding extra on the ". and vested In me by law and In observance
, traction methods relating to that evening's program the entire gath- to the governor after I thereof, together with the legal Cadillac, sedan, $42.73. Mrs. Dowling of Jacksonville of the legal holiday and of the

type of construction as the same ering received and accepted an Invitation conferring with the attorney gen fees payable to such officer" Chevrolet, coach, $19.00. Mr. !.I., Rhoden were visiting her brother, time-honored custom established

may result from its investigations, from Mr. Lee to be his eral. The railroads, the motor lines The state certificates representing Chevrolet, sedan, $13.60. Mr.: Lonnie Crawford Sunday. and by our forefathers, do bereb appoint
Its operation, and it experience guests at the final showing of the state chamber of commerce, delinquent} county an state Chevrolet coupe, $14.40. Edwards and designate, ,
the railroad commission, the state taxes held the clerk of the Essex, coach, $16.20. of Starke were visiting
that the laboratory and the field "Way Back Home" at the Florida are by In "Thursday, November the 28th, ,1.
farces' of this department cooper- theater. road department, the state motor circuit court,'and in cases where Lincoln, sedan $37.60.: our Sunday afternoon. 1031, as a day of Thanksgiving and
ate vehicle department, and the gover there are delinquent taxes prop Nash, sedan, $30.00. Mr. Earl Parmenter, Roscoe of and do
\; and that such records Those'present at the dinner Included Creen, Roy Carter and Misses Lo- prayer earnestly recommend
and data nor's cabinet will be represented on erty owners should Investigate.. Plymouth, sedan, 1500. that the of the '
T., Merchant people state
together with the tech- Mr. and Mrs. C. rene, Pauline and Josephine Greene $'_ _
Hcal avlce this ,committee. matter! at once If they desire" to e desist from their labors if t
of this department In and T. C. Merchant, Jr., of were visiting Miss Nellie Green dally and ,;
Births _ _
problems of S take advantage of this act prior to gather together In their homes i( 1
construction of mixed Madison; T. B. Irving of the High Saturday night _ _
III place J. M.. Davis of EHECTINQ P.lEIOftLLFOUNTAIN December 1, 1931, thereby saving' houses of worship or such other '
pavement be held at all Springs Telegrapm; the interest thereon. Mr. and :Mrs. J. T Prevatt, Law- : Mr. and Mrs. C. Melvin of Brook- *
time available to the the Starke Miss Opal! charges places as may be designated and ,i-.JJ
several po- Telegraph; tey, daughter, Nov. 20th.RISING I er were visiting her sister, Mrs.
Weal subdivisions of this state and Shaw of Gainesville; Professor and _. M. Rhodon Sunday. give thanks to the Father of all t _
their engineering represenatlves." Mrs. Bueford Brown!, and Professor D. C. Wall, representing the HUNTERS, DON'T FORGET! I Mr. and Mrs. Berry Parmenter I for His numberless blessings. t

A- W. L. Lowery of the depart Ocala Landscape Service Is In and family of Jacksonville were" "In witness whereof I have here.. 1 '

PHYSICAL EXAMINATIONSAT ment of Journalism at the University Starke this week assembling materials I To see what you are shooting visiting his brother, Mr. R. U. Parinent.r with set my hand and affixed the 4
of Florida; Leslie George and for building the J. W. Alva- before you shoot. Sunday, great seal of the state of Florida
HIGH SCHOOL HIM trim, Mrtta. Cor.
Preston Croft of the Perry News; rez Memorial ountian on Woman'sClub To unload your gun when Mrs. William Sapp and mother this. the 24th day of November A. !'t

The examination of R. E. McCarthy of Foley of the grounds. The pool surround through hunting In-law, Mrs. Sapp, were visiting D., 1031." ;
the children
fountain will be 14 feet in diameter This. community was saddened S 4X
III Perry News; Mr. and Mrs. W. K. ing To shoot only a game In range Mrs. Maude Wainwright Monday.
fammr school, through the ", and Mr. Wall will also arrange or only cripple.To because of the death of our friend (
Herald Mr. you
grade by Dr. Penrod of the Perry ; may Miss Hilda Forsyth spent last --
Morgan of the the grounds In keeping with : and brother, Mr. E. J. Lewis" ,
the of land-
State and respect rights
Board of Health Is and Mrs. Elmer W. McCreary Thursday with Miss Alice Pattee. EVERGREEN 4-
progresa *- this memorial. The late :Mr. Alvarez which occurred Friday Nov. 20.
log nicely, Frank P. Davis of the Gainesville Miss Thelma Rhoden
WIth the assistance of willed the Woman's Club To get license and observe Miss Ethel Zelgler and Mrs. G. spent I..... f. AHiui.r Par. '
Wills and Miss your t.
special committee News; Miss Doris Thursday afternoon with Miss Es- :
from the P. and the executive committee Downing of Tennessee are spending \
$300: -
1'. the laws.
A., Mrs. J' Katherine Voyle of Gainesville; Mr. game ilo Crawford.Mr. .
Monday afternoon DaVis of chairman.the and Mrs. Harry Brown of the decided 'to expend the money hi To limit your shooting rather a whlla! with Mr. 'and Mrs. T. Lonnle Crawford and Jack Mrs. Maggie Forsyth and cbll- J.1

two weeks have been to past Gainesville Sun; Congressman R. this manner, than shootthe'iimit P. Young. Edwards were the guests of Mr. :Ireen of Jacksonville were vlaltIi,
given Elder David Menchure of Lake
2J* tel, and the A..:Green Major Powell and Mr S To be a gentleman. Freeman Rhoden Tuesday night. Ing her mother. Mr. J., S. Rosier 1:1:
necessary pre- TRUCK Butler 1* visiting relatives In this
tlve treatment. This Lee. SIDESWIPED S Mrs. E. E. Green spent Batur- Sunday afternoon., :I.
Will continue section this week.
unt\1\ work Is ... S RAINS SUNDAY AND MONDAY :lay In Starke with her slater, Mrs. Mrs. Jess Saunders of Penney. ,
completed. I Mr. and :Mrs. Hilton of .
children WIll One side of Professor Cowling'scar Dunkley C. Johns. Farm, attended church hr Sat.. }:,
be given other E. J. LEWIS Jacksonville were visiting Mrs.
MB. was badly damaged last Friday
PhYSical urday night. v
eX&mtnatlon.e. Light rains fell throughout this Misses Thelma Rhodes and Josephine 1j
are urged to Parent.have night while he was returning section Sunday and Monday, Evelyn Crosby of this section Sun- Green, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Crews. B. .J;;,'

I III ICbool their children Mr E. J. Lewis of Route A died from the football game at Jasper bringing some relief to berry grow- day. Mrs. B. B. Hart of the state farm, E., and J. Q. Rosier were visitor Ito I\\; _ _
"Pw & y on Mondays Nov. 20th. He Mr. J. IL Moody of New River, '
that : 14:33 a. m. Friday, when be was sideswiped by an oil setting Starke Sunday. A L
they ers who have been engaged in Sunday. ]I
of the State may Board benefit by this. work eaves to mourn his loss a devoted I truck on the Live Oak road. A out plants, with and without I was transacting business In this S Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Rosier and. i t|'t

Specimen of H aUb-, wife and six sons and two daugh- steel drum lashed to the side of Grower are having section Monday. children. were visiting Mr. end,J! ,

container for bookworm ters. The sons are Messrs. H. H. the truck cleared one side of the fair Irrigation success wittt setting plant on Mr. and Mrs. D. O. McRa: and Mrs. J. M. Rosier Friday night at',

All examination will be distribbted. Lewis Starke, W. E. Lewis Plant I car of fenders and crushed In the bed that have- been made for little son. Jack, of Battle creek. BOATDRAIN Woodlawn.' b

szam1natio.chudr.a "hould have this .City J. L. Lewis, Starke E. C. ,body:; Ortho Matheny was knock weeks the rains wetting up the Michigan, who has been visiting "- Mr. and Mrs. Leslie McClelland, !i'.
l nailed u directed Specimens should be .Lewis. Starke. E. Lewis Starke ed unconscious by the force of the ground almost'to a meeting point relative here left Wednesday for Mr.. A. U ..!!*.... .:... and Guy Futcb spent Sunday with i'!

OI'atoriea or to the state lab- .and M. L. Lewis Starke. The Impact the remainder of the party with molsteur from below. Fires I Tampa. Mr. and Mrs., Everett Futcb. ''W-\
delivered to Dr KorD. daughters are Mrs. Grover Mooreof escaping Injury. Professor Dowling burning JboiUBereBt ;parts of the Mr. and Mrs. Felix Sapp and I Mr. and Mrs. Quigley of Stark .it''!
Emma Mott tIn.e.the Miss Elmer Conner of Vanderbilt, Albert Glisson visited Bust AlIen -, '
Ft. and Mrs. driving slowly at the attended
-. Myers was county were checked by the rains. church her Sunday.' !:
1OD-ONTu of Starke and a host of friends as road being covered with smoke SMRS. were dinner guest of Mr. and :Mrs. Sunday evening. ,Mr and Mrs. R. S. Rosier werevisitors >'//1; f
B. M :McRae Mrs. Russell Hornsby and daughter :
control after
was attested by the large gatherIng and kept his car under to Stark Saturday after-.I:1':
OF CITY COUNCIL at his funeral and the number the accident. SUSIE STEINECKER: :Mr. and Mrs..Harris Lewis Mr visited C. C. Grlffls Saturday.The noon.. W":

The of floral offerings. and Mr*. Dan Lewis, Messrs. Grady prayer meetings are still ;H..
1TU1 city councu met November Interment was in Dyal cemetery, SEABOARD PAYS TAXES Mn.. Susie Stelneeksr of MassU and Willie Lewis of Klngsland, continuing. Much Interest U being \t.

In regular Session with the Rev. C. A, Crosby pastor of Cor- Ion Ohio died at her horn thereon Ga., attended the funeral Mr. E. J. shown. Milton-While Santa ROM coun-"F!

fOllowing members present: C. F.' inth Baptist church officiating, assisted County Tax Collector Knight received November Stb...and Wall buried Lewis Saturday.Mr. We are glad to know Mr. C. C. tv orange growers have not yet'' ''i

C.OOver", cball'JJ1.l1no j. F. CoUey r. by Rev. Hemingway of a handsome check last weekIn th following day In the Masonic W. E. Lewis of Plant City, Johns is improving after being provided a local packing and hip.. fi

The lIanntng, W. 1. WaIL tarke.. The pallbearers were H. the shape of past due taxes from cemetery at Masoillon. Mrs. Stein- left for home Saturday night, after sick for the put week. ping plant still that section is proM f|

-ere foUoWlnI' appointments M McRae. J. W. Drlggers. J. L. the Seaboard Railway, this rail eCker I* a former resident of Bradford attending his. father's funeral. Miss Susie Allen Is not able to duclng and marketing a number ., '.I

CIty Dlade: Underbill. Z. Crawford. Walter Unerhin way making payment to Comptroller county and news of her death :Mr. and Mrs Jessie Morgan Mr. be In school on account of slckncs of carload of this delicious fruit ;. I

attol1187, A. 8. Crew.. and J. M. Brownlee. Amos for the full amount will be read with regret. and Mrs. J. Driggers and Mr. Mr Marks from Jacksonville this season. In lieu of ,a local'

aIgg Gly_ hea.ltb officer .Dr., m. L. ; iTh family are very thankful to due. This payment gives nearly Carney Norman motored to visited. Milford Griffin last week. plant. they are In the main shipping -/ '

Night their many friends and neighborswho $10,000 to operation of county NOTICE Gainesville Saturday olgbt' Edgar Gltoson visited .Leslie through ,the Enaley plant ,20J'; ,

Fire WO' E. Omtoa. so kindly assisted them duringthe schools In.. Bradford and assists .- S Glisson Sunday. mile west of Milton. The yield ta,
Tb. chief, R. C. Buford. Illness and death of Mr. Lewis materially b1,belloI' over the period W.'T, Week chapter of the U. Fort Myers..-Mor* than SO families Ernest 'Alien visited a. L. Lee proving' surprise to many localgrowers

!Dt.meat of & member Funeral was In charge of the of time of time until funds D. Co. will be entertained by Miss have already arrived and regUtrd '- Sunday.We and they are harvesting :j

zfths boar1i of bond truateee was Wilson Funeral Borne of Lake from isle of automobile tags arc Madg Mlddlrton next Wednesday their Intention to remain' are all happy to see I tbe considerable' more than thy aattclpaUd. 1'1 '-

to later date. City. mad available.-; afternoon at S JO o'clock.. in Fort Myers /or. the .season. showers) lately. ''/" '

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1 RALPH COX, Sports Editor CLEO SHEPARD, Exchange EditoT

' i5't: PATSY BRINSON, Society Editor B fI S JOUR"NAL HOPE HAYNES, Junior Reporter

"i4'' 0. 1'9' LOUISE EDWARDS, Literary Editor 0 e MARY PEARCE, Sophomore Report

MIRIAM JACOBS, Joke Editor A. W. ANDERSON, Freshman Reporter


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of elephants! the fox entered. lIe leaves behind him one of the INTERESTING FACTS SCHOOL DAYS ,
' 1tji (Laughter and applause,) He look greatest careers of interest for the YOU SHOULD KNOW I By Dwif( |

'I L1W ed around auspiciously, everythingwas American boy of today. Besides CONCERNING OUR STATE

quiet and noisey--even the carrying on the work as a president -

frogs stopped their challenging and governor soldier, diplomat (Perry Herald.)
the squirrels their crocking. The, political leader and reformer he Florida occupies the extreme

wolf leaped up at a pack of grapes i was a great rancher, hunter explorer southeastern corner of the- United

which were well out of Jumping naturalist author traveler States. Being largely peninsula, its

tji! iiu1 distance, only to fall back and an athlete. He was an outstanding shore line is more than a thousand

hum for a few minutes then to tryIt figure in the life of the nation.In miles as a ship would sail. Takingthe

again and again. The fourth 1881 at the age of twenty- Identatlons and islands, it hasa 1

time convinced him be did not like three, Roosevelt was elected in the shore line of three times that

; ) 'he grapes so he pulled a Hersheybar New York legislature. After serv- distance. It has an area of thir

' isf JI P 1 out and began to eat It. ing three terms he bought a ranchIn ty-five million acres; 15,000,000acres

'n Well, boys and girls that is all. North Dakota in order to get relief in timber; 3.000,000, acres in ;
The moral to this story Is "Reach from the strain of politics. In water; 4,000,000 acres in prairie.

f, {' M t ;, 'or a sweet Instead of a sour." I February of that year he lost his It has 3,000 permanent lakes; six .

mother and his wife. On his first springs of the-state have a combined Butts EYE: '
year at the western ranch he was normal flow of 132,000,000

I tI CAMPUS RUMORS regarded as a "tenderfoot" but gallons per minute. We have five ptwG: esHO.

soon his ability and readiness were splendid deep water harbors and GOd9 GOSH ,'YTHt
riv Loyselle went to Lake City Frl- QtGHT TtI
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miles of The
{ r s respected. 8,000 paved highways. r t 'd
i 'lay afternoon. (Variety Is the Leaving the ranch he entered population of Florida is 1,468,211. ? I 1.
pica of life) politics again, and was assistant Of the 35,000,000 acres, only two ?

i l Sept 25 Lake 'Butler ______ Here Melba! Silcox, Beverly Cady and secretary of the Navy when the and one half million have been ( .h. jwA1

,?''',,Its i't t f We-13 TheyoOct. Louise Thede attended a miscellaneous Spanish-American was was declared. brought under cultivation. Froman 'I e )

2, Chlefland __________ Here shower In Lawtey Satur- Here he organized the well- area of 350,000: acres in fruits
We 7 TheyoOct. ",lay, honoring Mrs. Lawrence Din- known regiment called the "Rough and vegetables of the United D ; I

P 'i d, 9, Live Oak _____.____ There kins, formerly Miss Thelma An- Riders." Colonel Roosevelt led this States have been produced. : (

'Ne-1 They-25 lreu. band of cowboys in the charge over I The state sends out to a hungry I

Oct. 16, Fernandina ______ Here I Lester went to Jasper Friday San Juan Hill, which has since world, through the cold months of.

We-33. _________ They-0. II afternoon to fill an "Important" been greatly remembered.Next I the year an average of one carload ; ( 4
engagement. (Such as it was.) I :
Oct. 23. High Springs __. Here he became governor of of food stuff every minute. g '
Everyone is all set for home- New York, and later The
ii ii We-O TbeyoOct. vice-president one hundred and seventy-five
23. Lake City _____ Here I coming.. It is going to be a grand under McKinley Six months later different! fruits and vegetables :: -.- '

,, t We-0 'l'hey20No" success.Mr. at McKInley's death, Roosevelt grown commercially in Florida .

1 m;, 6. Alachua __.__.__ Here I Dowling and some of the took the oath as president. amounted In the 1930-31 season to
} = football players met with an accident his two terms he dealt
p ; We 0 They-0 Through 150,367: carloads. This crop broughtto
1 e 5 Nov. 13, Trenton ____ ____ HereWe1 I' on their way home from the with many important affairs the the producers and transportation ,. .i
'l'hey-6 Jasper game. most noted being the beginning of companies the state $9- I

R : Nov. 20. Jasper _____ ThereWe.12 Miriam spent the past week-end the construction of the Panama 000000. We hav! general crops
'l'hey13New. doing nothing in particular (Just Canal. that raise the value of the annual

p 21, WUIlaton .______ HereB. for a change.) After retiring -as president. agricultural output to 135000000.

Roosevelt went on a hunting trip I,Our normal output of wood-using ,
Mac: 'Til give you ten dollars to / "
In Africa.
Industries is from $40,000,000 to t-
tit II. S. HOMECOMING do my worrying for me. His adventures on this trip have 20000000. Our mineral product
Herbert: "You're on. Where'sthe
;+ ten?" been of great Interest to many I ranges from $12,000,000 to $20-
B. H. S. Homecoming cornea off
? boys. 000,000 annually; naval stores
Mac: "That's the first
Thursday. Thanksgiving Day. The worry. Returning home he again entered from $15,000,000 to 20000000. f l/ %I
< 11t
football team will meet WlUlaton politics for a brief period and The value of sea foods amountsto (y
at 3.30: o'clock. At eight o'clock Harry :"Why don't you like the then went on an exploring expedi- $20,000,000 annually. 196,000- SIOOTE'r"E.81MP --

b e an Informal, reception will be held girls T"Lester tion In South America. Ills travels 000 pounds of fish were shipped in
,, ,at the clubhouse until 9 o'clock. : "Aw they're too biased. have enabled him to leave many 1930. Wild game and fresh water I

Then at nine o'clock until twelve, Harry: "BiasedT"Lester writings. Among them are "Win fish amounts to $6,000,000 annually keys," and from Perdldo's bordered Davenport Machinery installed Canaveral Shrimp

f a dance with a six or seven piece : "Teh whenever I go out ning of the West," "Life of Oou- valley to St. Augustine's templedshrines. in newly erected packing house season opened at this port
with 'em it's always bias this and BhlPplJlfl
l c orchestra wlU be given. All "
+ > bias that until I'm broke!I" verneur Morrlss, "The Strenuous Manufacturing is the largest industry for Holly Hill Citrus Growers Association averal Pier & Fish Co, t:
: alumnae must come. It Is bathed In the
; . Life Americanism "The in the state. The output and now ready for op barrels shipped to
New Nationalism" "African Game amounts to $250,000,000 of the southern sun, laved
i' B. II. TAG Cleo: "Waiter bring me a steak." annually. eration. kets.
{ by the of
s Trails, and "Fear God and Take All new industries established in limpid waves the embrace _
Beverly: ""One for me too-a Your Own Part." the state are exempt from taxes ing seas, wooed by the glorious
Sensational Salve
; : We sincerely want to thank everyone tender one. Gulf Discovery, 666
i His life is an example which for fifteen years, by the state con stream whose water, warmedby
1'; who donated money towards Waiter (yelling "back): "Two every boy should admire. His ability stitution. Our tonnage: hauled an- the tropical sun, speed northeastward A Doctor's Prescription for Treating Colds Externally
'11', ,ty;; paying: for our orchestra One tender. as a hunter and a' sportsman nuall, by railroads Is approximately to temper the climate of

9o rI for the dance Thursday night. We has enlivened many American boy. 30,000,000 and that hauled by Europe.An Everybody Using: It-Telling: Their Friends
Hope will and the Louise T. (on the farm):
you come enjoy emerald
He took kingdom by southern
interest -
a great in the ships 1000000.
dance. "What's that stuff on those $5,000 Cash Prizes for Best Answers
t. ... sheep 7"Farmer founding of the Boy Scout organization We have another asset whit( seas, fanned by zephyrs laden
c declaring that it was the .need not be overlooked. In our with ozone from stately pines, wa-
You Prefer 666
JASPER DEFEATS STAUKE : "WooL"Louise "Why Salve for Colds"The
greatest boys' Institution on earth. large tourist trade more people visit by copious libation,
ton." T.: "I'll bet it's half cot The life of Theodore Roosevelt (lathe Florida annually than visit any decked with palm and pine, flower Answer Is Easy After You Have Tried It
Jasper defeated the B. H. S. football
greatest pattern for a boy. other state of the same population and fern clothed in perpetual verdure -
team in Jasper last Friday Ask Your DruggistFirst
and lapped in the
k ---SCHAPEL More visitors come to Florida and gorgeous
1312. Jasper was In the lead after Miriam (In curiosity shop) : "I folds
of the
stay longer than semi-tropical zone. Prize Next twentf!
this EXERCISES they stay else- $500.00; Next ten Prizes 910000 each;
first is
the quarter they scored suppose another of those
where when visit Florida Her labent rays and pleasant prizes $:SO.OO each Next Prizes huntM
l' touchdown and horrible they can ; forty $25.00 each; Next! one
; a the extra point. paintings which
Dr. Dunham accommodate In the ways draw millions in gold from Prizes $10.00 each Next In case of,
''S Starke scored early in the second you call art." was our visitor to any day year, ; one hundred Prizes $500 each.
+ chapel Thursday. He gave a very one-half million people and during many lands. tie Identical Prizes will be awarded. Rules: Write on one side of piper
when Cox went
quarter around left Shopkeeper: "Excuse me, madam -
t end for Starka's first touchdown. but that Is a mirror." interesting talk on the American the tourist season more than one only. Let your letter contain no more than fifty words Tear of
IS. Robinson tried for the extra greeting "How-do-you-do T" He million can be cared for Stuart-carl E. Lennard of Ft. Top of 666 Salve Carton and mail with letter to 666 Salve COD *
the American Florida's annual Pierce took over market in Piggly Jacksonville Florida. All January u
point but failed to make it. The Mrs. Alderman: "What do compared greeting mean temperature letters must be in by midnight,
you with those of several is from 68.8 to 33:3 Wiggly Store in this city. 1932. Your will 15th.
consider other coun degrees : Druggist have list of winners by February
half ended 7 to 6 in favor of Jas the greatest achievement Stuart
tries. degrees.Its -12 men put to work by
of the Romans T" 666 Liquid Tablets with 666 Salve Make a
.per.Jasper's highest temperature for 30 city preparing Osceola avenue for
; ? second score came early Ben: "Speaking Latin.
ADDITION NEAR COMPLETION\ years was 100.7 degrees. asphalt. Complete Internal and External Treatment
In the second half when McCall -
Its lowest 0.% degrees, 1899 at -
r drove through the center of the Miss Merwyn: "Use tariff in a
The work on the school building Tallahassee. C e
+ line for the score; the try for extra sentence."
is almost completed. It has been Florida Is In the same isothermalzone
point failed. Starke's other A. E.: "My pants are so thinthey'll
4id y well done and adds much to the as the Medelra Islands southern
,score came late in the last quarter tariff I bend"Lester
attractiveness of the building. The Spain, Sicily. Egypt, southern
when Mast on a fake play carried -
I Positive
classes that have been taught in Palestine, northern Arabia, northern Proofof
the ball around right end 65 yards : "Melba sang that song
the auditorium will be glad to have India southern China the Hawaiian
for a touchdown. Again E. Robin- in a haunting manner.
rooms of their own very soon. Islands, northern Mexico
'' eon tried to plunge the line for the Patsy: "Do you think so?" ,
S southern
Louisiana southern Tex-
extra point but failed The game Lester: "Yes, there was Just the

ended 13 to 12 in favor of Jasper. ghost of a resemblance to the original : KINO DUNCAN MURDERED as.Florida
air." I WHILE VISITING AT is the land of romance

BRADFORD ITs AND WALDO MACBETII'S CASTLE legend, song and story from "Way
f Yq 7 b ) CLASH( Hope: "Men shiver when they Down"the Upon over-sea the Suwannee route along River"to the TORD ECONOMYCity

stand before my hero." Forres, Scotland Nov. 12. 1931.

; The Bradford B team and the S. R.: "Yeb What's he do; give -His majesty King Duncan of

Waldo regulars played a hard out towels in a gymnasium Scotland was brutally murdered at

f fought game at Waldo Thursday. | Inverness the castle of Macbeth

s Both team were about equal WINNER last last night vNERVES! of Detroit
.137 Ford
and the score was 6 to 6. Early this morning he was found purchases new cars

Ford scored the first touchdown There Is a contest on In each by Macduff, lying in bed stabbed

In the first quarter for the B. team, grade in the high school to see to death. In a fit of anger Mac Hundreds now in use prove low cost of operation
D Waldo made their's by a miraculous which person can write the best beth killed the two intoxicated I

} passing combination the ball theme in each class. The themes guards whose faces were smeared I

bouncing off of about four player's have been written and the teachersare with blood. It is suspected that
Y bands and landing In a Waldo grading them now. The win they are the murdered as no thor- I I. THESE 137 new Ford ear represent one cents a mile and 300 Ford cars in aU

ti man's hand who lugged It to the I ner from each class will be givena ough Investigation has been made of the largest deliveries ever made to a branches of Detroit police work averaged

I goal. I, subscription to the Telegraph for' yet.Malcolm municipality at one time. 2.9 cents a mile I
The game played previous to' the remainder of the school term. and Donalbain sons of
Br; this was an easy victory for Starke The themes that have been in the king fled immediately after 21 radio-equipped Ford scout cars were Day and night, twenty-four hours s day,

B. the score being 20-0 in favor of the Journal for the last few weeks the discovery of the murder traded In on this purchase. They had been these Ford ears are In operation. Few

"' the B team. were from the sophomore class Macbeth, the host, is a cousin of operated day and night for two years in branches of transportation demand tucb
> Louise Jackson the author of the
king. He was recently made
'a'Y Y STATION B. H. $.. "Shanty Club" which was In the Thane of Cawdor to reward his heavy traffic and all kinds of weather. grueling service. The record show that

paper last week. Is the winner for valiant leadership in the battle Their" Individual records ranged from low fuel and oil consumption Is but one of

Boys and girls, >on account of her class. The winners from the with the Norwegian army. He 78,434 mile to 143,723 miles with grand the Ford many economies. Ford B*
hard times, Less Robinson has other classes wlU be announced and Macbeth
Lady were so overcome
total of 2,283,097 miles. terials and accuracy
The simplicity of design
yr kindly consented to tell you a moral later. with grief when the murderwas I operating

'V story, the moral. I don't know discovered that It is not suspected IIP TO yom says fa worl-- cost of the 21 cars was 2.284 cents a mile in manufacturing provide unusual strength! ,

neither does he. Well anyhow ril THEODORE ROOSEVELTAS they had any connectionwith every' nerv at high talon -less than 2 1/3 cents This cost included stamina and freedom from replacement

1 let him tell you about It. AN IDEAL FORAMERICAN the murder. Macbeth being No wonder you snap at the wife all fuel oil tires and and
repairs other repairs.The .
i Hello boys and girls. I guess you BOYS the next in line for the crown, has and bark at the children every IM
want to hear the story so here gone to Scone to be put In office. W a t e bout! Overworked Item except depreciation and Insurance.Of Individual ear buyer a* well as

f goes. The title "The Fox and the Theodore Roosevelt the twenty- King Duncan was well loved by nerves may lead'' to Sleepless* 577 Ford cars In Detroit City service purchasing department of a city or a l beer j
D. .. Nervous Headache Nervous
P Grapes." sixth president of United States all of his subject They will not Indigestion and a tout of the 300 in the Pollee Department traveled ness cannot afford to Ignore the proved
time 2000 B. was born in the of New
Once upon a years I city York, rest until some evidence is discov-
other' .
.. r. (before prohibition) in the wild on October 27. 1858. He was from I ered to lead to the conviction of Why don't unpleasant:yon try Dr. Mllesf a total of 6,591,937 miles during the past economy of the Ford car.

and woolly woods of Florida, there a Dutch family which set foot on the villain or villains if other thai Effervescent Nervine Tablets fiscal year, at an average cost of 2.9 cents

,En1 lived a large grey fox. Now this American soil In 1650.: His motherwas the murdered guards. Just one in a half glass of a mile. FIFTEEN DIFFBHEPTT BODY TVPES$'$640
fox had also felt the sting of hard of a well known Southern family -' (The above Is modern newspaper water makes a pleasant spark-

; ,,t times (who hasn't); he was hungry and a descendent of the first report on the murder of King Dun Hug drink: delightfully soothing; Many claims have been made on operating -

v' and thin from the late hours governor of the state of Georgia. : can In the drama "Macbeth.** This to overtaxed nerve.. costs, but here In the carefully kept

be had been keeping. Though in virgoroua health In I paper was. submitted by Lucile Edwards made Miles'two forms Nervin-_UqoM( is now and motor car records of the Qty. of Detroit is
; There lived not far away a large later years It is Interesting to Eng. in A.) fdire"T'
I Effervescent Tablet. Both have positive proof of Ford (r. 0. B. Detroit flmtnight .. *
oak three bearing fuller grapes know that Roosevelt was a weak S economy
the sara soothing effect. Camper mJ ... ...... .* tae *** *'
'J; (fuller seed). Now this fox was ling as a boy. Being a Harvard To clean fur; first sponge it well 11.04 at ye.r cine star In the paragraphs above, it la seen that < Or Adlwrf"I

(r crazy over these full grapes so he graduate he studied law at Columbia with gasoline to loosen the dirt. :21 Ford scout cars averaged less than .wket dm* pmymtnU through the Cal
I 21/3 lord 1'-' ,..... .,.. V.,..... Clil
,* .. headed over to get some. Now It University. Plenty of exercise It Is Is very soiled rub in corn- O M'LFS.R /

; also happened that laB had eaten his life as a ranchman and his meal while the fur is still damp. fJ.,1t I'l"f! }-a nrC'

.!J > an thos* tn teeth, so great surprise many adventure gavel aim hi* vitality then bast out th* meal and brash

I' ,S was in store for him. About and endurance.> the fur thoroughly. Finish by t NERVINETABLETS

five minutes later amid the yap- Roosevelt may well be regarded hanging the fur in the sunshine !

.}j*; e> ping' of motorcycles and grunting, as one of the greatest presidents. for several hours.

*"',&(*vrT- W' W'jlf.'lt\; \. .it.-. - "'; .1 j:',.,.t.' < '-'!'. ,,' ,iII1._<,' : ... J.' '-t _....:; !l. .J'.f.. .)'. '>"" $;fkjlilt..4'I'r.\ ',..: :...s..I'!:):. '' i ,
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Reasons why you'll like this barber shop Homecoming Day Visitors ,
fect cleanliness . four,chairs, no / Have your car needs attended to at the l ';
skilled barbers. . modern methpds . JI a
Standard Oil Service Station ?1VI
High Pressure GreasingNO

st ___-_-- Just Telephone 85

Homecoming Day Visitors Welcome A L. KAHR, Jr., ManagerCar y'

Washing-Simonizing i;.
Crank Case Service-Tire Patching "'
Road Information, Rest Rooms '
Compliments Of

OF y
and all other days-give your children health- ti'
WELCOME ALUMNI giving, strictly fresh Grade A
PURE MILK-From TB Tested Cows




LEVITON'S Dry Cleaners Fr.

Phone 84Compliments ''
i Alterations : Of

Phone 97Compliments u DR. R. W.. MARTIN r

Over Corpening's Drug Store
MAGNOLIA CAFE Get Fixed for Homecoming and Football Game
b'T Hats, Dresses, Gloves, Shoes and Hose to match
; Special Roasted Chicken and Turkey
1 Thanksgiving Day

h ComplimentsDenmark
Compliments Of
Furniture CompanyStarke



A Span of Woven SteelEvery n until noon,Thanksgiving, d

taut cable plays its part in the glorious
suspension bridge. Similarly the various supply you with any of the Compliments Of
executives and policies are interwoven in the
strong bank. Each component part of this bank is
ls for
true. The sum total is an organization of Turkey Day .
I II bank.strength. To-protect- your savings,deposit them in this Lt
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BANK OF STARKE Us A VisitCompliments
I .S.Matthews, President R.J. Davis, COUNTY FARMERS ,1 94


VISIT OUR STORE N Prevatt, Mgr. ;,;.,' \ f
1 1 Starke, Florida Of
I Friday and Saturday
II""I We will have some wonderful values on Service-We Deliver Starke Coca Cola Bottling CompanyWe
with other Quality Feed invite you to visit our plant while here
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Make'our store headquarters Homecoming Lawtey, Fla. .


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'H ; 5 fJCictyjA BANKERS NEW FINANCE DEVELOP\ AID ,t Mr.BOOTSEY'S Cecil(L. Crawford Gasklns. ,BEACH Cor.has)returned yr I +: Do You Know-"? '-J I Iq

President of American' Bank.. home after spending. several daysat : ::_:, : uw .. I

ers Association Describe St. George, Ga.

Benefit Bridge Woman's Plan and Services of National -. Mr. E. J. Roberts of Lawtey .A:12
Party spent Friday here the guest of Mr. :
: Credit Corporation .
and Mrs. R. N. Crawford. -, "
k Club Saturday Afternoon Success !" w' .
Mrs. J. L. Gaskms and father, ;.
> ;
"'iI,; Mr. L. M. :Murrhee were business
2r ,' j .:, The social affairs of the winter Una went to Mrs N. D. Wainwright .
,r. visitors to Starke Thursday after ,
while a pair of hose donated
season gained Impetus with bridge noon. 1: '

i4 lt? } 4l y i party sponsored by the executive J. J. Canova by Mangel's bolder was of given low. Mrs. Corporation live Institution, a billion, la dollar the coopera method Mrs. Son"1'YtfroorooBb,''and son, I ." T':<;' '.+ ..'..' ..' w

: 'l' 1 ; board of the Club Saturday after Enjoying this affair were: Mrs worked out by bankers to put loco A. J. of Hellbronn, were visiting: ,. ."_\ > .' ';:":.')>''tr :,.{,
I practical effect the central point In Miss Frankie Lou Murrhee Saturday .: "
J. J. Canova, Mrs. Hamilton Ritch, '
morning. ".:
noon.Mrs. : : "
p ,j N. D. Wainwright Mrs. A. Mrs. J. E., Wilson Mrs,E. Miss Abby Powell of Doctor'sInlet , "
Z. Adkins and Mrs. R. F. Demorest Mrs. C. A. Knight, :Mrs J. BUrnS'j renew I ,u
was visiting
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: ) P. received In the library, which was inson, Mrs. N. D. ., "
and Bertlce Gaskins last week.
4; 'y decorated with radiance roses Mrs. Herbert Hart, Mrs. J. E. Cor- In hie statement to the nation lit sKV
l Mr.. and Mrs. Birt ChIsm of St.
fr i d I given by Glen St, Mary Nursery. penlng, Mrs. N. D. Wainwright October Harry J. Haaa.: presidentof "
iI fY the American Cankers Association George, Ga., spent the week-end :'t4k*t 6 :4
e Floor baskets and bowls tilled Sr., Mrs. O. L. Haynes, Mrs. J. L :
here with their sister and broth .
+rR i' p, with chrysanthemums and roses I Peek, Mrs. J. L. Frazee, Mrs. T. J. stated In a recent Interview. ;.z 4j4' t -
and Mrs. N.
la strictly er-in-law Mr; R.
Tile corporation cooperatlve
; were pleasingly arranged about Alderman Mrs. S. L. Peek. Mrs.J. .
a the large auditorium where the W. Andrews, Jr., Mrs. T. B.Massle In character, be said, to Crawford. i
fly y'';, a'n' tables were placed for play. The Mrs. W. M. Wainwright, unite the entire banking system :I Mr. R. N. Crawford, 'Mr. W. C. '
effectiveness the I Chesser, Mr. Cecil Crawford and .
and Increase the of
yr n p w Thanksgiving motif was carried Mra. Nathaniel Turnbull. Mrs. E I Ir,1
R. N. Crawford business visitors The quarterback position Is one
financial\ services! of banks to their
$ out in the refreshments served following M. Johns, Mrs. Herbert Ritch, Mrs. of II
{ to Starke Coach Charlie Bachman's
Saturday big
communities In the rural districts
r the games. D. P. Carpenter, Mrs. T. T. Long. 1 ;
Mrs. C. C. Melvin and children worries at the University of Florida I
aa well as the cities. The plan wilt!
Table theatre tickets
; prizes were Mrs. H. B. McLendon. Mrs. D. AMontleth.
1! marshal the banking resources of of Brooker, Miss Elsie Rhoden and but Johnny Culler, sophomore, ,
donated by the Florida Palace Imperial Mrs. L. Wyman Mrs. I
i the country, b. explained, by cre Mr. Owen Rhoden of Hellbronn is helping him solve the problem. M
.; and Empress theatres of L. D. Vining Mire T. E. Pease
,' : 'I ;lti ating a national Institution whoRe were visiting the bedside of Miss Culler has been used considerably
!] Jacksonville. The door prizes, a Miss Mabel Weller, Miss Mary Ca II
4 funds will be loaned when necessary " Frankle Lou Murthee Sunday.Mr. In the 'Gators opening games, and I
y: pot plant given by Edgewood Gar nova, Miss Harriet Bitch, Miss Es-
.Q ; to banks whIch have assets In and Mrs. Lacy Norman and Is coming through satisfactorily
dens and a box of chocolates given telle Davis, Miss Eunice Perkins, c'
daughter, Cleo, of Highland, were He is a all-around back, and
' I' Q :j by Russell McPhall's, were won by Miss Minnie Gruber, Miss Ethel their portfolios that are thoroughly
II 1 :. Mrs. J. L. Peek and Mrs. Herbert Griffin and Miss Madge Middleton. sound but are not eligible for loaDs visiting: friends and relatives here handles the ball with particular

t'' '.YV Hart Miss Minnie Cruber makII The next affair to be held for the at federal reserve banks. Sunday.Mr. skill.

i, y . ing high in contract received a benefit of the club will be a bridge and Mrs. I. B. Thompsonand
To Benefit
Everybody"There son, EH, were visiting Mr. andMrs. :+A Ykn+kiKNv >u.f .kt HYS 3Y>,. :: .
.. boudoir lamp donated by Jones for the ladles and
I party
gentlemen la no citizen In the United .. .... ..
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3 i i Furniture Co. and Mrs. T. B. Mas- tonight (Friday) at the clubhouse ifL '
States but will benefit In very practical lawn .
:1 Sunday.Mr. 1
l .!: eke holding low, a telephone novelty AU those Interested in attendingsee ways from the results of the Charlie Gaskins Misses Bertlce Mlas Ada 1'11' __.. Cor.Miss THAT these strange looking beats are the type) that ply the art
i donated by Francis Marion Shop. or call Mrs. J. C.. Robinson for In the grain trade They are known as "whale blc &
operation of this torward-looking
p i ;p High prizes for auction, a bronze table reservations. Those reserving and Geneva Gaskins accompanied I because of their length and the way In which they lie low I In hJ'I
lion donated by Rhodes-Futch Col- tables are asked to bring cards. plan of cooperation, which may be Miss Abby Powell to Bell : Jeannette Parker is the I water. Practically all,the grain carried fron the held of the Iskgt

d1II hfi''' regarded as one of the most constructive 'Friday where Miss' Powell will ,guest of,her.grandparents, Mr. and the big eastern elevators Is transported In this type of vessel.

steps that have been taken spend; some time' with Rev. and mrs. JOhn parker or Fioranome ,-.. ....I
.I""' np Baptist Woman's Missionary\ Society toward revival of sound business I Mrs. J. T. Barnes.. : this week.. .-

I' .llt activity," Mr.. Haas declared, aidIng Mr. Albert Starling of Lawtey, Rev. McGauley filled his regular St. Petersburg A new gambling head of the springs. The entrain

.; .' .' : t :: Renders Splendid Program at Meetingwere : was ,visiting friends here'' Sunday appointment at the Baptist church :I the strictest ordinance here gives the city to the springs head is being devel
"The National Credit : laws it
,., '. : :"1' . morning. .last Sunday morning and evening. oped into a tropical park of MV-
;J, ,: a rf, The 'Baptist :W: M. 'S.: held its Mrs. G. W. Alderman, Mrs. represents an Instrumentality thnt Master Robert'Crawford: Earl He preached two Interesting sermons ,has bad In years, prohibiting oper- eral acres, with circuitous drive
should! have tar-reacbing effect In ) Mildred I atio nor possession of any gambling by rock ,,
Chesser and 'Chesser
are gardens and
regular. busneB"s'! and. L. G. Powell, Mrs:Cbas. Overetreet which were l;enjoyed by a over cinaU
: \ program I restoring the confidence of the I device or lottery.. Another that
putttic. have
able' to be' but after been
again in
i. and Mrs. Q. P. Raymond.Mrs. being large attendance of eager listeners.Mr. dug the part
afternoon .
4 1 meeting at the church Monday The plan not only has been prohibits Its distribution of
confined to their 'homes a taw preparations and connecting with Silver
A, M. Darby W, M. S., and Mrs. F. A,,.,,Scott of rivet
; with members formulated by the country's leading of Marihuana,
twenty commonly
1i president, then presided over a days with the measlee. Starke, were the guests of Mrs. -
.: I' present The meeting opened with short business session. Plans were banking authorities, but also will We are very glad to report Miss Scott'a brother, L. J. ,Wynn last known as the Mexican loco weed,

r. ; the hymn "Stand Up Stand tipi made for a day of prayer on'Friday ' be carried out locally as well as nationally Frankie Lou Murrhee is improving Sunday. and makes it unlawful for personsto Tampa-Aid of authorities ta

For Jesus," followed by scripture Nov. 27th at the church beginning by banking representativeswho after several days) illness and we Rev. and Mrs. J.. B. Ackley and : possess the''preparation unless neighboring counties bad been en

t reading and prayer. at 11 o'clock. At noon a have given their time and !all bcpe she will soon be able to Prof and Mrs. L. H. Futch attended obtained from a licensed pharmacist listed today by Pinellaa and H1H.

+, Circle No. 2, with Mrs. F. F. light lunch will be served. All thought to this undertaking as a be out again. preaching, at the North under prescription of a licensed borough to county sheriffs in an effort

Flume, as leader, had charge of women of the church are asked to real public service. People here are busy killing Methodist church at Lawtey last pharmacist. The third makesit apprehend three men who got
the '"The America.i Bankers Association unlawful to or sub $1200 from the first the first Stall
program. The subject for the attend this service. The meeting hogs, grinding cane and digging Sunday.Rev. ,
',, afternoon convention was in session st scriptions for any charitable, religious bank of Tampa Shores yesterday.
was "The Crucible of closed with a prayer by Mrs. W. J. potatoes In this section. .,. and Mrs. F. M. Taylor had
World the time the plan was proposed and relief, benevolent or similar No trace had been reported earn
Destiny. Those taking part Epperson. Mr. R. N. Crawford is able to be as their guests last Sunday, Mrs.C. .
". I ft'' unanimously endorsed It in princi after organizations unless a written this afternoon. Two men entered
up again being confined to H. Priest Mrs. A. J. Grlffls and permit
THE TWENTIETH CENTURY pie I have examined the detailed I his home for several days.MILLER I Mr. and Mrs. Bumgarner all of I is first obtained from the city the bank, tied up Cashier In-inj!
CLUB WIGGINS-MAXWELL formulation of the working plans Starke. manager. Trask, 65, and within a few minutes
MR.\ as developed by the Incessant laborsof had scooped up all the cash
z: AND MIIS. P. F. STUMP Mrs. Ida Maxwell of Hampton, some. of the Nation's leading Wiggins-Maxwell Wedding in sight and made off In a mall
Mr. Leo Wiggins and Miss Reba Ocala.-Ray and Davidson,
; I announces the marriageof bankers who have undertaken to proprietors automobile.
({; Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Stump entertained her daughter, put It Into practical operation in Maxwell, both of Hampton, were of Silver Springs, have ,
members of the Twentieth Ellen!: married,, at the Methodist parsonage built two hard surfaced roads
Reba Eugenia, single-minded devotion to the national nim'kwcliler. Cor one Bradenton Lighting of Green
., ,. Century Club Friday evening I in Waldo last Friday after of which penetarates a thick I
to welfare, and I am able to so- bridge across Manatee River near
d at their home: Mr.. Leo A..Wiggins say without reservation tbat the Mr. and Mrs.,J. ;,XKlng: { of' Plant- noon\ Rev. Montgomery officiating. tlon of hammock adjacent to the completion.
The lower left
floor of the home 'immediately after
November twentieth, National Credit Corporation as set City, is visiting Mra. King's mother -
which was open ensulte waa pret- Waldo. Florida.Mr. up by them constitutes a practical, Mrs. Sallie Blackwelder for two the marriage for a tour In South
: tily decorated with baskets 'and Florida, and returned to their home
and Mrs..Wiggins were mar sound and efficient means for carryIng weeks. .
bowls, of chrysanthemums and ried Friday at(Waldo with Rev. B. out President Hoover's pro Mr. Charlie Marshall of Plant here last Sunday'afternoon.

ferns. Scores were kept on tallies M. Montgomery, officiating posal. City, was the week-end guest at Both the bride and groom are SPECIALS Friday & Saturday

designed in black and gold and The bride.a resident of Hampton the home of Mrs. Sallie' Blackwelder. very popular among the young and ,

following the progressions delicious : baa been a member of the old people of our town. The brideis

I : ti refreshments were served. school faculty there' for several HARD TIMES RENEW : Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Dukes are the youngest daughter of Mrs..J. Potatoes
Prizes for M. Maxwell. She is of lOpounds15cGreat
rv making high scores years. The groom, son of Mr. and the proud parents, of a new daughter one Brad-
were awarded Mrs. L. D. ford county's successful school! ,
Vining Mrs. H. B. Wiggins, has a position 'which arrived Nov. 13. I
and Mr, O. L. Beasley, while prizes with the state road departmentMr. BANKER'SOPTIMISM 1 Mr. Raymond Dicks and sister teachers, and has been teaching In

'. for consolation were presented Mr. and Mrs. Wiggins will make Archie Lee, were guests of their the school here for the past three Northern Beans lb. - Sc
and Mrs. L. Wyman. years. The Is the
groom son of
if their home in Hampton. Former Bankers' Chief Finds grandmother: Mrs.'S. A. Blackwelder I ,
; .y The guests present were: Dr. and Prof. H. B. Wiggins; who very

s.. Mra. H. B. McLendon, Mr. and Much in the Past Year to Sunday. successfully served Bradford county Oversea Oats 15c
Miss Kffte Holton was the guest 2 for
Mrs. L. D. Vining, Mr. and Mrs. THE BAPTIST O. A.'a Inspire Confidence in of Miss Ellen Blackwelder Sunday. as superintendent of public Instruction , -

S 1* Wyman, Col. and Mrs. J.> L. ENTEItTAN Mrs. for eight years.
Financial Reliability Josephine McNeal was theguest
Frazee Mr, and Mrs. Both have friends
J. E. Wilson many here aa
of Mrs. J. a. Hancock Sunday -
Mrs.'D. A.. Montieth, Miss Ethel The Baptist Girls Auxiliary gave 1 well as throughout the state who OverseaGrits,2for15c'

Griffin Miss Mabel Weller, Mr. a party at the home of Miss Vera C. STEPHENSON retiring and wish them much success and hap-
Mrs L3rr.W.tBlackwel-
O. L. Beaaley and Dr. E. L. Biggs. Claire Robinson Saturday evening. president of the American, piness.
der and MrNathan
The party rooms, where the Bankers Association, declared In an Cainey werethe' 5c Salt 2c
guests of Mrs. S. A. Black- package -
- -
; CIRCLE young people were entertained address on the expiration of ale
NO. ONE OF TilE welder Sunday. *, Sanford-J. C. 'f Townpend, Jr., ,
during the evening were effectively term of office that, in travelling
crop estimator of
Mr.; and Mrs. C.'W. Carlisle and United States
PARTY decorated with chrysanthemumsand about among the banks from one were the Mrs. department of agriculture estimates Black 9c
""'- pot plants end of the country to the other Sallie family Blackwelder.guests Sunday.Mr. >of. that celery plantings,In the Pepper, 2 for c

The effective' arrangement of At ten o'clock the hostess, as- during the past year, he had "come Seminole
Charlie county section
Marshall Miss Ellen
slated by her mother, served hot out of it with a renewed faith In during
chrysanthemums! and poinsettias Blackwelder. Mr. J, T. King, Mr. I this season will exceed those of last
'! n chocolate and sandwiches to twen the.strength of our banking structure Vinegar (loose) gal. 30c
throughout the home of Mrs. W. J. Spence Dicks, Mlsrf'Jria Dicks and year by at least 700 ecres. -
( S'' Epperson provided a lovel..settlng ty-eight guests present., and our banking situation, anda Mrs. J. S. Dicks were visitors to ,, _
for the SDend-the-dav party of Circle renewed faith particularly! In the .
Springs Saturday
No. One of the Baptist W. M. S. spirit and courage of the men In the S Spaghetti boxes 10c
night: : -
last Thursday. -- - banks that: have enabled them 'o .. II.E..IAGERGREN
at The noon day the was spent In sewing and THERESSACov. such rise aa unconquered men never''over had .to dIfficulties face be- I IZIPJ' l SUl"Ve'lna--Levellnc 1

luck lunch. guests enjoyed a pot- alrr ,- fore,' or to accept with fortitude! Mapping No. 2/ Can Peaches16t!

Those present were: Mrs. J, M. misfortunes tbat were beyond bn- Lao Ma I,.wli>. Cor. Starke Florida
Brownlee, Mrs. W. H. Andrews, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Dickinson and man power to prevent. .1.11

I?"" Mrs. S; F. Hamrtck, Mrs. Brown family and Miss Ouida Hall were Wlllln' be'rellected, he said,. that I NOe 2 Pineapple We

Mrs.: J. H. Pitts, Mrs. S. O. Lewis guests of Mr. and Mrs. B. F, Hall the "entire human eeonflmla! structure Services were held at Rock Saturday .. .
<--'- .. .
Mrs. W. A. Bessent :of Starke Sunday. has been broujnt: to the verce and Sunday by Pastor Anderson --
Mrs. Alice
Langford. Mrs. S. E. Brownlee, Mr. Gordon Weest of Hampton, of ruin under the dlfllculties that of Brooker and Elder Johnson --1 Octagon Powders 3 for }We
1 Mrs. .Ii. A. Thomas. Mrs. J. 'E.Goodlnan visited his cousin, Howard Moore have: swept over not only the nation and Elder W. K,Moody of La - - -

i Mrs. A. M. Darby, Mrs. Sunday.Dr. but the entire world, and that the results crosse.. ATLASThe
O E. P. W E. Mlddleton of Starke of events of this kind react Mr.. and Mrs..H..H. Howard and ,
Montgomery, Mrs. E. C. Grits Meal We
with particular directness children. Mr. and Mrs. It. B..Thom or 5 pounds
4. Priest Mrs. Geo. C. White, Mrs. J. was a professional visitor here upon -
I H.Wilson, Mrs. O. P. Raymond and Friday. the stability: ef< our bank*. and I as?and daughter Miss 'Hotel. all' Standard Oil ,
.:Miss Pearl Jordan. Little Odell Hlnson has been yet how few have succumbed spent Sunday at Fairbanks with

ril ,! ,, 0 very sick at her home here, but we we may well renew our, eon- Mr. Howard: ,Tire guaranteed Creamery Butter pound33c

GIVES!: POUND PARTY are glad to report her recovering: Ode nee In tbe banks of America: Mr..lIarry Edd1 of Waldo and ,

-. rapidly now.Messrs. when we think also of how many of Mr. Joe Allen were,!In our section One YearFrigidaire

Miss,Jewell Gasaett gave a de A. and A. L. 'Sullivan, our bankers have stood up under Monday. No.2'CanApricots1Gc'

lightful" pound party at her home T. B. and James Tweet, were visitors the stress and storms of these times Mr. L. Green of Brooker was In ..............
Saturday. Many games were played to Starke Saturday afternoon and bow relatively few of them have our section last Monday.

during the evening after which Miss Anna and Mr. Charles Bat- bean proved wanting In the series Mr. T. D. Dyal was called to thebedside No.1 1 Can 5c

,. from a table In the yard each Jay afternoon we may well feel a sincere pride. In ter, Alma Dye of'Orlando Satur

,one bringing a pound of fruit and Mr. and Mrs F.Fender and famIly our fellow bankers.' "* He added;;: day. We hope she soon recovers.

cake.. Mr, and Mrs. Hersey and tam "::0;: 1 come out of this year nf We are sorry ;to 'report that the three Lard 3 pounds -" .- -r - 25c,

Those present were: Misses lly spent Sunday with Mr. ).t. M; somber experiences not as a pessimist Myrtls Warrane Is on the sick list year guar- ,

Marjorie Brown, Virgie Brown, Brlnaon at his camp on Smith lake but as an optimist-as one at this wrltta>j-Wt*>epe that she
Willie May Thornton, Annie Mae Mr. Wilmot Brown and family with a renewed filth and confidence will soon recover. anted electric,refrigerator (Sicken Feed 12 25c

Thornton, Lamar Edwards, Irene and Mr. Richard Clark and family In the spirit of his fellow men' un- Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lewis and pounds -

t Prescott. Eulamay Dyal, Ettafay visited Mr. and Mrs. W. M.\. 'Brown der overwhelming: dlfflcuHIas.: And children were visiting In Starke
Edna of Brooker particularly do I come out of thIs Thursday. -
Dyal Pearce, Margaret Sunday. Seven 25c
Pcarce, Betty Kruse, Doris Kruse Mr. and Mrs. Ray Lawrence of year as a tanker who Is proud if Mr M. Mann and.little daughters Day Coffee pound -

(l Marie Stafford Mary Lee Stafford Keystone Heights were business his fallow bankers for the undaunted : of FairbankS;/ pent several For sale bySmith's _. ,
i Catherine Stafford Davis Gasaett, visitors to Thereosa Saturday'af way In which they have met days here with friends( and .relatives. llB SS SSSS llt p BBSSSlSP-
''l l ''t their part of the great test through ., '
r, Coolidge Gassett Buck Alvnrea.t. : ternoon.Mr. .
d, l ,., t. A. H. Johns was a visitor which the times have put-the nation. A crowd of young folks enjoyed
I''' S JUNIOR. WOODMEN! to Theressa Sunday. 1 believe that this year bad : !a cane grinding at.-tb. home of Mr. Service

k 1g, CIRCLE MEETS Mrs.,E*. T, Brown and little Ion: brought new hCDor,to our banking end Mrs C. a. Kelley. Friday evening SAUL'SWHERE
{ Topay and Miss Kathryn Weeat of traditions and our banking professsloe : ,
r Junior Woodaie Circle will meetFriday Hampton, were guests of Mr. and aiid: has: won far: the banker .f StationStarLe '
afternoon at 4. o'clock. A Mrs. A. L. Sulllvan'"Wednesday. e..,title le the tet2; and trust it LOWER' PRICES RULEKicSditcr's

t h; great s'uprlxe awaiting each memo Mr. and Mrs.' D.'W.'-Moore weretr.n8&cftng" all ctasaes cf his ttl: i..clllDl1.1 ...-. Largo) citrus-Forty-one Hector Properties road I

I%. ber. All come teethe hall-Mrs. : business in Starke crov.on Ridge
; J. L. Ellcox. southwest of city: ; sold to David Old Store'
ty, EHgore A Co., of Clearwater. 1

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I SER 11, ItS _. __ _ _._ _. .____ __. w PAGE FJVlC
NO\'E :: .
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_, -, t INDUSTRY SEESHSPEFUL Craceville -Breaking- one of ,;

BROOKER i the moat disastrous\ droughts in

Bits of'' SIGNS, Mini" Vera Galnty, Cor. II + Do You Know? + I In this over section nine in weeks years fell, the here first Wed-rain

nesday. The drought has lasted
Rev. Anderson filled his
BANKERS TOLD regular through the fall planting season',
Appointment at Rock church
: Sat
having started early In the fall. Aaa l
urday and Sunday. result no fall crops have been
IDcal evConcernnll :Mrs. Tom Weeks of Santa Fe,
Jw Leading Automobile Unit Ex. I planted this Including fall 'gar.
I ; and Mrs. Lloyd Johns of Lacrosse,.
dens. and
Sugar cane potato -
pests to Employ More Men
were visiting Mrs. Wade Harrell ,
and were badly damaged.
Business crops
; Our People Th:Winter Than Last last weekend.Mr. Farmers that
complain bogs fattening
progress of the County and Town. and Mrs. J. M. Mott were 1 in the field have not put on

MOTOR SUPPLY IN HANDSOF visiting his mother at Heilbronn flesh as they should have, due to

Springs last Tuesday. the extreme drouth. Small streams
n n CTSZ S2 s .ozru' Z5Z5ZSt5Z525Z525d52Si5 PUBLIC FALLING OFF Miss Etta Fay Gill of Starke was "'
Z5 cy c.- >. have long been dry wells have
REpORT Judge and Mrs. George Gardiner visiting Mrs. ,J., 'f*,. Shriyer. this r been going dry and some of the '

\'E.\TIIER and Mrs. J. O. Jones spent Thanks Twelve Million Year Less'Tr n.. week. ' larger streams have stopped run :'
Branch u giving with relatives and friendsin port at ion In Nation'. Car In-. :Mr. and Mrs. Clayton of Starke ning.
lied by S rte ke Hastings. entory Than Considered were the guests of Mrs. T. W, Mar- ,{
esltY Department Normal, ManufacturerT key Thursday afternoon. :.'1
ending'. November MI'recfp Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Davis and Financier :Mr and Mrs. Lawton Surrency St. Petersbuhg Construction ;,

te Max. ; children; and Mr. and Mrs. D. A. of Apopka are here visiting relatives work on the first $000,000'unit of I
8T 62 the soldiers home here will be ,
8 Montieth motored to Gainesville ESTIMATING that transportation and friends. '
9 80 69 .07 Thursday night to the show. of :automobiles now Mr, B. F. Ha'zen was In Alachua -S J started on or before February 1, 'f M)

o 80 69 la the hands of the American pub Saturday afternoon.Mr. : it was announced by City Manager ,jJ,

1 80 61 62 .07 Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Bullen and He Is twelve million "car-years" be- II. P. Galney and Mr. A. A. + wS Wilbur M. Cotton today on his return ,, t

23 75! 62 daughter Beatrice were visiting low normal and that this deflclt Hazen and Rev. Lloyd Johns attended from Washington. Ii,'
80 62 relatives in Daytona Beach Sun- will) eventually have to be madeup church at Rock Sunday. s a ]
4 day. Richard II. Grant, vice president Mrs. Alvin McKinney of Wlllla- ; PF4Icpt Daytona Beach-R. O. Grass- ;;:

of the General Motors Corporation ton was here lost week visiting field J. general manager of the FlorIda

Colley spent several days Mr. and Mrs. L. A..Davia spent recently told the American her parents Mr. and Mrs. Q. W. state chamber of commerce has I",
|!wood last week. the week-end in Fernandina with Bankers Association conventionthat Hazea. ; completed plans for the annual :
-- I of his organisa \,:
Mr. Davis' mother, Mrs. Mary Da employment In aU company Mr. and Mra. L. R.Waters spent general meeting
[Lola:;; Adkins Is spending the via.\ may be greater this winter than I Sunday In Alachua. ". ... tlon and sessions of Its two ad-
her ttt
Gainesville with juncts, the research committee and '
nd in last year. I Mr. and Mrs. Mack Lewis of ; '
[ Margaret Adklns.i \ u the national advertising council. In' ;,
Miss I Mrs. W. M. Wainwright Mrs. "Employment during the winter Jacksonville are spending this I

i Hague of Alachua. E. E. Branch and Mrs. T. B. Mas- months Is a very Important thing," week with. Mr.-.and Mrs E. J. a xu*1'Ijlpt,i.i r' I Daytona December Beach 1. November 30 and II

Martha with Miss Isle spent Wednesday in Jackson Mr. Grant said. "So far as our corporation Lewis. i
end the week-end ;vlllo.I la concerned, In November Mr. A. L. Green son Leanly r'
Tampa -- Governor Car It on, !
Brownlee. > December, January and Feb- spent last week-end in Lake City I
speaking here at the official open- /,'
spent SatIn I Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Quigley and ruary we will be employing at least visiting friends.
-VI. Epperson ing of the new link of state road
Messrs. Ortho Resale
of her Mr, and Mrs. F. A. Scott spent, as many and probably more men Matheny
I Lawtey guests Malcolm Per via Ha five from Sulphur Springs to the ig:
Colaon. Lewis ;
Anderson. Thanksgiving at Ormond with Mr. tban we did this past rear
[ Mrs. George Pasco county line said the state )
ter zen attended the football at 4:
and Mrs. S. C. Carnell. In order to gauge tl* outlook for game
and -- next year's market his corporation, Jasper last Friday. THAT at Kettle Point Ontario on the shore of Lake Huron, stones gas tax distribution law, upheld ,y'
land V. Turner In the of y
R. court
was one
Mrs. Mr. and Mra. Cliff Hazen of Lacrosse are known locally as "kettles" break the supreme ;
through ground
he said
Land F. B. Johns were Mr.: and Mrs. Sam Anderson and attempts to set up sales the most constructive ;,r
Mrs. spent Sunday with his like a mushroom and harden only after exposed to the air and daylight measured
children and Mrs. W. J. Epperson : Indices based on intensive scientific
3 in Jacksonville Saturday. mother, Mrs. D. W Hazen.Mr. The size of these "kettles" which are strewn all over the beach at this ever passed in Florida. "It will be 1t
visited Mr. and Mrs. Anderson I studies In addition to observation
George Julius Parrish of Dukes was point Is shown by comparing It with the child standing on one. the largest factor in preserving the '!;
Lor and Mrs. E. M. Johns in Lawtey Sunday afternoon and common sense financial Integrity of the state and "i,
Wednesday In "We are In the habit of looking here last Friday. I In carrying relief to the general
( and s
Tuesday Mrs. W. O. Rimes.of Lake But
-- upon an automobile not merely as Sarasota The John and Mabel nificent building is thrown open' property tax," he said. "

0. Misses Mary Canova,' Marjorie an automobile but as transportation ler spent Wednesday with Mr. and' Ringling museum at Sarasota said and this wonderful collection of'I -

severalhis Stump Lola Long. Francis HemIngway I. ," he said. "We figure each Mrs. Dave Green. paintings and sculpture wall attract Orlando-Fifty ago Florida -*
[p. E. Knight spent Mr. and Mrs. .J. -M.j Mott were to be one of the finest and most years
week In Punta Gorda on Martha Powell and Bun- automobile produced as six yearsof complete of Its kind In the country the attention of thousandsof made nothing from the sal* of
nle Canova were visitors in Gaines transporta lon. Then by follow visitors to Palatka Sunday, guest will be open for the public on or visitors from all over the coun flowers. Today it Is an Industry 1
!sa of their son. Mr. Purvis Mott.'
ville Friday afternoon. Ing up records of production yearly, ,Remember Sunday school at the about January IS, being operated try. that over $20.000,000 annually. -

i J. E Maines of Lake --' we get a graph which indicates Will as an art school, an extension of .
Free church
Mr and Mrs. Paul of what ought to be normal Inven- Baptist every -
i the guest of Mrs. D. E.It Owenby a at ten o'clock. Everyone Southern college and known as the -
last Friday. Marietta, Ga., will spend the weekend tory of transportation In the hands Sunday invited morning to attend. -Ringling School of Art. This won- Penaacola In the hope of aiding Arcddla All-Florida Rodeo ;
with Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Mid- of the American people, and wheth. held here.
-- J., the sick derful storehouse of some of theworlt.s the paid forces of the city and ,
Mr. H. is
Markey on
H. V. Knight and Pault dleton. Mrs. Owenby is a sister of er there are more or less miles this week. finest art cost $40,000,000 county, a committee of six citizens, -- -
were visitors in Jackson- the late Dr. It. N. Holland. than might be expected. According Mrs. Stansbury of Starke, at. 'xnd was built equipped and will with ample police powers has been
tc our figures there are about *> maintained John named to and not clear
onday. tended the P. T. A. here Thursday e by Ringling, try only DR. It. W. MARTIN
Mrs. D. B. Williams of Browns- twelve million years less transportation the big circus magnate who owns up the six: or more unsolved mur-
:ville Penna., arrived recently and : In thIs Inventory at the night. DENTIST
Nathaniel Turnbull and pres. Mr.!: and Mrs. W. W. Baxter of extensive holdings In Sarasota and IM-S of white persona in this city I
i have moved into the Spark. :will spend the winter with her son- ent time than has been considered friends whose circus maintains winter but to also try and prevent such I Phone 83 Hours 9 to B
Jacksonvlle were visiting
[apartment. I in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. normal since 1925. relatives here Sunday. quarters in this city. The museum crime wave from gaining ground, I I Over Corpentng'e Drug Store
i W. M. Morrow. has more than TOO original pabit- or at least receiving any encouragement -
Tit Outlook for Messrs. H. P. Galney. E. M. Ha I
W. E. Middleton and Miss Ings and hundreds of pieces of In the future
L zen and L. R. Waters were transacting -
Middleton motored to i Miss ,Mona Alderman and Miss "Consequently. If we retain the sculpture. t Is said there are more ""
business in Ocala last
lie bunday afternoon.and Roslyn Jacobs returned Monday to same: purchasing power In this Thursday. works of great masters in the collection -: Phone STEAM PRESSING CO. Suits': ;

I Tallahassee after spending the country It Is quite evident that on than in any other collection Thoman Prop. Cleaned & (
Mr. G. Q. Melson .Jacksonville, ,
week-end at their respective the first upturn of business there in America. It will be Ili'ELTllATSCleaned
I Mrs. H. B. McLendon a great
spent part of thin: week here dealing and Blocked Reshaped}
for Marlanna to ,homes. will be a rush to replace that Inventory I r treat to the public when this mag ,Iii
ay In developing thin graph with livestock. ,, .. .. .. --- .. -- --_ .. ._ - __ _
---- --- --- ---- -" - --- -
k-end with relatives. I Mggs Mr. and Mrs. Steve Brannen of 1----
Miss Nancy Amelia of It has come outvery strongly that heW
Lake Butler lasfThursday -
!New York City.,Mrs. N. :M. Strick; every third year: Is a big automo-
L ud Mrs. R. A. Newsom visiting her, sister, Mrs. J. J.
ISun Anderson and children land and Miss Hortense Megga of bile year. The biggest automobile .

[Friday in Jacksonville. Alachua, were the guests Monday year was 1929 when MOO.OuO cars Morgan.Mr.. R. W. Brannen spent last
of Misses Amelia and Olive Ray. were produced for American con week in Lake Butler.; -- ,

i Elizabeth Howe of Lawtey sumptlon. This year the Industrywill Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Sowell have

iber slater, Mrs. R. A. New.anday Dr.. Morgan of the State Boardof produce somewhere between moved to Mlconopy to make their i
Health, visited the Starke school 1,800,000 and 1.900,000 cars. A.
future home. We an wish them
Monday and 'gave diphtheria anti 1932: Is three years after 1929, If much success In their new location. TWTOPGroceryLOCATION

|S.T.Dell of Gainesville was toxin to the children whose parents economlo conditions were normalwe '

[lest Sunday of Senator K. M. desired It. could be sure we would do a
tremendous business because the To foster a love for reading in

CoL and Mrs. J. E. Futch of third year Is the time when the children, comfortable chairs of BETWEEN{ BANK AND POST OFFICE

| and Mrs. J. M. Mitchell had DeLand and Rev. and Mrs. :M. C. bulk of the replacing takes place." suitable size and correctly placed

Ir guest recently H. S. Du Stith and family were guests of lie added that there are factorsat reading lights are great helps.FLORIDA Ilowell Naaworthy Owner and Operator E'

I Valdosta, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Brownlee work that make It uncertain how ,

Thanksgiving.Mr. big the year will be, Instancing that I Read These Carefully And Come! j

i Edna< and Opal Shaw of "money Is being hoarder from lack

He,were visiting friends In .- and Mrs. H. V. Surrency ot confidence and this takes away I I . .. .. .. .. -.. . --- -_ .. .. .. --..- -- .. .. .. .. .. .. -
.Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Varnedore and some purchasing power that we - -

children LIllie Mae and Lorraineof would otherwise have, while amity 'T ii'B'Ajr R EGAINESVILLE. No. 2 Can Sugar Corn White
----- ?-
IS.P. Vandlvlere of Augusta Tampa, were guests of Mr. and budgets are being cut on account 1

Vnt Thanksgiving in Starke Mrs. P.:M.'Barefoot for the week- of changes In Income conditions No. 2 Can June Peas .. _
FLA. u ----- ---- BACON
relatives. Mrs. Vandlvlere red end. which again: means that purchasing _
with him. for the automobile like: a --- .
power No. 2 Can Lima Beans ...
---- ----- --
Mrs. C. T. Dutton of St. Petersburg good many other things, will be I luNo

&. J. E. Wilson Mrs. J. M. I arrived Friday and is spend- knocked down." As a result he Pro. Week Nov. 26 2 Can'Cut Green Beans --.- 2 Lb. ------lOc

ee and Mrs. Alice Lang- :ing a while with her soninlawand said it was necessary to measure

site:! Mrs E. D. Hague in daughter, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. what statistically would be a big No. 2 Can Campbell's Pork & Ream'

ua Monday. WaU. year against a practical consideration TODAY & FRIDAY

of the curtailment of expenditures : No. 2 Can Franco-Amcr. Spaghetti C Compound

|gs and Mrs. A. Z. Adklns and Mr. and Mrs.W.., P. Randall and which la going on and deter. Joan Crawford

Z. Jr., were guests of Mr. son Bill Jr., returned to their mine how big the year will be under II No. 2 Can Apple Sauce ---._- -- -- -. LARD
fro J. I.. Wilkes Thanka- !home in Jacksonville Sunday after these circumstances.
I a visit with Mrs. Randall' parents "From a long haul standpoint regardless No. 2 Can Tomatoes __?_- -----.- --
Mr. and Mrs. J. M., Alvarez. of how many automobiles Clarke C4 Qable : ? !Ib --25c
s. -
.E E. Branch of Jackson.each are sold In 1932. we are storing upa Package Chlpso __,_____------ .)
was the guest of Mrs. I Mrs. W, K Middleton attended big business for the future," Mr

Wainwright several days the wedding of her niece. Miss Ha- Grant said "There will be fewer SATURDAY"GIRLS 1; Bar Lifebouy Soap ..L- .-??_., .
eek I zel Dowling to Mr. William Barnettin automobiles sold In 1:>'31 than will I : RICE

the Springfield Methodist go to the scrap heap. With 12.- ABOUT I ITOWN" ll'

Herdle of the University church of Jacksonville Wednesday 000,000 car-yeare out of the inventory ,

I odds at Gainesville was a evening. nine percent more gasoline I """ 10 lbs. Irish Potatoes ,----- r 51bs. 15c
T at the home of Dr. and Mrs. was used up to August I. 1931. than With '

J MIddleton for the weekend.. Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Matthews was used in 1330. Wltr fewer automobiles Kay Francis, Lilyan Corn Flakes! : 2 for ---- --- I.J r''

had as their guests for' Thanksgiving the people must have

| and Mrs W. E. Middleton, Mrs. D. R. Edwards of been running them faster and Tashman 5 Boxes Matches ....
l < --- -- ---
loge toll Middleton and Gerald Jacksonville Mrs. Robert B. Lee of loner: to consume the additional Meal or {Grits; '

spent Thanksgiving In Lake Worth and Mrs. W E. Wilcox gasoline. This means that we have
8 Boxes Salt
IlVllIe Monday & Tuesday ________
With relatives. of Jacksonville.Mrs. some 22,000,000 people working

8. hard to make a fine business for "Over the Hill"With 6 Cans Potted Meal .. 10 ----19c Y
Gibson of Columbia S. E. S. Matthews and Mrs. H. our) Industry when ther> is an economic - ------ 1tJ

& guest of relatives over B. McLendon motored to Jacksonville ) recovery.No .

eek-end at the home,of L. C. Saturday.- Mrs. D- R. Ed- Pats Optimism James PunnSally 2 Large Cans Milk __..________. ,

wards and. B Wltkovskl returned ,

with them to their respec- "I am not attempting to create any 'EU..-* Small Cans Milk --.- .- -- Corned Beef 15c 4tl
tive homes after spending a while also oitlmlsitt: -I am not speaking;) I Star of "Bod Olrr

NT here with their brother and sister wltlionf a statistical: background. 6 pounds Cabbage . _.. 4..
A Mr.,and Mrs.E, S. Matthews. Using the best sense we can: we
WORD have drawn conclusion- from the WEDNESDAY"TOUCHtfOWN" '
2 heads Lettuce Butter lb. 32c
Among those attending the figures we have, and I am willing - --- - --- -

Starke-Jasper football ,game In to make the statement that a* far i ,
Jasper Friday were Mr. and Mrs.J. as the conduct of our business for With 1

LE- ,Wood or coal C. Robinson. Misses Thelma Sll- the first half of 1931 Is concerned 3 Bars Sweet Soap .___,_ ___ ... f,
iage. heater oox Vera Claire, Robinson. Kitty we shall set the Indices somewhat DALEVAN 8 Ib.Bucket '
4. Good condition. Brown- h1g1 fet than the actualities of mi. 3BarsP&GSoap - -------- --. '
J. Murden. Hoped Lois Adkins, Mary SICKLE C.
1L lee Martha Brownlee Pauline We are willing to set our advertising Boxes Octagon Powder -'--- ,.

Alp: First class Parks Dr:: O. P. Raymond. Prof. budgets and our selling expense Richard Arlen Lard - 65c '3 Bar Octagon Soap -_, ----- ---
seconder kind of Indices. With eco
Lewis. Billy on that '
Itrawberry 3. s. Dowling. James 3 Pounds Onions _ ___ _
Anderson Plants See :Graham. J. P, Warren Julian nom.'o conditions as they are. and Peggy Shannon _-__

Starke, F1a. 1t Peek, John Henry Hemingway, S. since the obsolescence ls so great 2 Pounds White Beans ____------__ .

8 :. T. Weeks and Paul and we have: sunk: so low In till.year' Best Green Coffee lb. _
E-8 tube R. Johns W. & Friday 21b. Peanut ----_____ ___
Atwater-Kent I Thursday
:' tales we figure that the dui
Raymond. t'
Steam 2 Boxes Crackers '
rke.120. Pressing Co., halt of 1932! : must necessarily lit i; ----w--.,?-------- "r
It. 4T" bettor than was": tte) Orst half of Will Rogers"Ambassador Butter25c 1-4 Ib. Box Cocoa _...',.-------..-----

S AI.E..L. C:flmlth Second road convict crew soon t31.. III Tall Can Salmon. _ .?_._...,,- fir,
trpewrlt South Jack '
wm be s>twork on Bill"
I eUoD4ble o1fft : I[ "
F. Cone)'. acceptJ lt' -:xmvine-Bayard. route to St. Augustine.


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i 1i ;II Winners To PECANS FLORIDA FOOD lined with pastry which bas been I steadily --.;:-..; .

j: FARM NEWS SECTION Leave For ClubCongress WRUF FARM PROGRAM (By Mary A. Stennis- Consultant egg.chilled Bake and glazed at once.with white of an Is the one state.the of groWing,the leading, and I

Friday "The Voice of JI1orlda"J Nutritionist) (F) Mexican Pecan Candy. 3 110011 of dollars brlngtnr III

J cups sugar, 1 1-2 cups milk, 1 cup &.nnUIIJ],. "
.. Florida's represenatives to the Are pecans a "knick-knack" or 4 -
I' ; pecans, tablespoons butter, 1
ii Conducted ByI National 4-H club congress and International Radio talks about Florida farm a food? Are they to be eaten alone, teaspoon vanilla. Mix sugar milk Fort Lauderdale-Tbe

Live Stock expositionwill between meals just before bed- and and boll press" which
problems will be given at noon pecans until the candy UI1deal
i ilt T. DYER. County Agent leave November 27 for Chi each day next week from state radio time, or at any old time? Cr, are forms a soft ball in cold water. been haUled froll111fJa1l1l

) jt L 4 MISS PEARL JORDAN. Home Derronatratlon Agent cago, officials of the Florida Agricultural station WR.UF, the Florida Agricultural pecans a staple food, a basic food Remove from fire. Add butter and through a tier of east
extension service have an Extension to be used in as a part of the meal let stand few ties will stop Caac
.... I Service bas a minutes to cool. I running
nounced.Six announced. These talks will be and in combination with othera Drop from spoon on waxed paper. I ami toots more of the t bill.lie
Uniform Of RICH LIVES FRIENDS, basic food and In combinationwith ard, Pnlm
girls and three boys, accom- given on the Florida Farm Hour For available material write for Beach COtUlUee
i i i Excellent Quality GOOD REAL HEALTH THANKSGIVING BRING panied by three extension workerswill from 12 to 12:45: : eastern standard other foods Are' pecans a refreshment the following: door lIelghbors to Mhuat, !be
food T county, IIIiI
or a have
ii I Bring Top Prices make the trip. Part of the time. I II Florida State Department of Agriculture refuse to annOtUlce41hft
( party will leave from Jacksonville I The program follows: Pecan Prejudice. Food preju- -Vol. 3T, No. 4, "The Pe bobo
( Johnson.
1 'F By Spuds ) Dade !.
j Experiment Station Shipment to and part from Monticello, but they I Sat., Nov. 28-Florida Farm dices are about the strongest pre- can." autbonitlea MartIQ
t I I Y just
I 11 1Iti ., Moultrio Called Best In Yearn. The editor of a Southern farm will meet at Albany, Ca. ; News and Hints. U. S. Farm Science judices of man. Due to abuse of Experiment Station, Gainesville to loin north of Palm BeecII,
paper has made a suggestion that the une, have in fora : express
::1 4 'w The girls who will make the trips Snapshots.Mon. pecans come Bulletin 101, "Pecans Growing in Browardthat aOllle I1IIIt
} .\ I seems especially apropos at the I ., Nov. 3o-The Citrus Situ- large share of the "indigestible" Florida." COll1lI11SSlonera
t $ fI ; That uniform hogs of the Intermediate are Hilda Hall, Lake county, Miriam an
present time. He says that li it is ation-H. G. Clayton. Farm Re- prejudice. Out-of-tlme (between U. S. average
i 1r : -v1 1 type finished to weigh Ivey St. Johns county. Eunice Department Agriculture desirables hauiS S
not possible to greatly enrich our 'porter at Washington. meals) or out-of-place (without Farmer's Bulletin 332, "Nuts are
IF around 250: pounds each, comparatively Nixon, Alacbua county, Shelley i ami IS.0* It
pocketbooks, at least we can take Tues., Dec. Termites and other foods) have received monthly during !
3i I t free of parasites, and carefully Mae Thompson, Jefferson county, pecans and Their Uses as Food. I that the
L handled can be raised in Flor- time to enrich our lives. After all, Agnes White, Holmes county and Ants on Banked Citrus Trees.-J. the reputation "indigestible." S crowd expense of PlckJnc
Isn't a rich and full life more greatly R. Watson. Farm Question Box. Between meals they are a heavy andcounty taking them
4I A ida and will bring: top prices on Betty McDanlel Jackson county. Sanford-The Seminole county to!lie
to be desired than a rich and full Wed., Dec. 2-Timely Farm Jobs burden upon the digestive tract line has been
it d the market has been demonstratedby Miss Hall, the state health cham- chamber of commerce has set in CO
by the Florida Experiment Station. ,, pocketbook T"Let's pion will compete for the national and How to Do Them-J. Francis At the bridge party or the formal motion plans to entertain about Plant -

tft tM1k In its test of different grazing take time to see our health championship. Miss Ivey, Cooper. Primer for Town Farm- dinner the nut dish has proved a ICO:> Pennsylvania farmers and cit

L!" crops for hogs, the station this friends oftener," says this editor."Let's the state clothing champion, will ers.Thurs. grief to the fat lady who "has nibbled their wives who will be in Sanford droughts about and

tIi year raised a lot of Cl hogs which cultivate more friendshipwith enter in the style dress review.In ., Dec. 3 Poultry Breed- her nuts" during the entire early in February, to study farmIng dltlons drought In View ot!lie
: sold to' the Moultrie our kinsfolk. Let's take time ing Plans at the College of Agriculture evening. hereabout this
v; were recently the national food Judging contest methods in this county. t.u,
to visit more frequently the old -Dr. .N. W. Sanborn. Pecan-Its Food Value. Pecansare that Florida or at
?: 4 Ga., plant of Swift & Company, will be Miss Thompson, state Florida leaat
I and brought top Chicago prices for folks we know and love. winner in food conservation. Agnes Farm Reporter Washington.Fri. a concentrated food contain- Fort Pierce Organization of been suffered a drougbt t

4t c p4 that day. And In touching on some of the White, state home Improvement ., Dec,. .4-Curing Meat On ing about seventy per cent water Florida remembered by pI
Keystone Fruit Inc. this
t ,;' The following letter regarding things for which we have to be winner, will enter the furnishings the Farm-Dr. A. L. Shealy. Car- fat and a very small per cent of Frank C. Spadaro and R. R.-Mar section for nearly tI rd
' thankful this,year, as Thanksgiving ing for the .Sow in Behalf of the water. The fat Is digested century of their lifetima
4 i : the hogs was received by Dr. A. L. judging contest, and McDan- more easily n
Betty tin of this and
city A. W. back
day comes, this editor during the ... ,_.
I i Shealy, head of the departmentS says: Spring Pig Crop-W. J. Shealy. than are many animal fats. wtn. .'
. lei, best club girl in the counties of Vero -- ""
"If we are not fortunate l In mat- Young Beach and the construction 89 and this
I i. animal husbandry from II. McDowell traversed by the L. &: N. Railway, Pecans have the greatest energy of a citrus track section IIlIIoat!
packing plantin
: : ri : . : manager of Swift &: Company. ters of money, who would exchange will enter the clothing judging contest I EIGHTEEN LS value per pound of all nuts. The of what a rain ""
Pa. is .
these Philadelphia, announced.The September
times for the fall days of to the
; i. :. "The 91 packer hogs delivered to mineral and protein contents, while followj
i and to- 1918 when influenza swept over AUCTIONED DURING not so high as that of other company will Inaugurate an according to seasoned vZ
t2 us yesterday slaughtered The boys to make the trip are W. some
STATE: DAIRY SALE entirely new idea in the marketing East
both rural
and urban America like Hlllaborough.
:. day show a dressing yield, chilled W. Bassett, Jr., Jefferson county I nuts, are fairly well assimilated. of Florida citrus fruit whereby the
: j I weight basis! of 78.4 percent. This an Egyptian plague and corpses who showed the champion fat barrow Pecan-It* Place in the Diet. A -
In the Gainesville, Fla.-Eighteen Jersey fruit will be shipped In bulk by St.
4 .. ,\ j; is an excellent yield, one of the piled up cemeteries of great at the state pig club show, concentrated food, rich, in. fat, pecans Petersburg--More Ih
. cities far faster than undertakers and Guernsey bulls, heifers and water from East Coast points to dozen grass fires ]
Ii. best we have ever had on hogs Dennies should combine with bulky started]
Bradley, Escambla
cows were sold for of Philadelphia where it will be washed
could an
.' possibly be found to bury average throwing of
bought in the south and want foods-fruit, and burning oil
we vegetables
i. them't"If ty, best club boy in L. &: N. territory $60 eachat the second annual sale green polished and otherwise prepared : an automobile rap
1 to congratulate you on finishing and Lamar Hartsfield champion breads or potatoes. Being highly yesterday
I -
conducted by the State for the markets and sold in '
: we feel that we are worse off Dairymen'sAssociation any warning for residents 3
'. these hogs in such a thorough way. calf club member in Leon nutritious pecans should be an integral t to
;' P than ever before, let us think of here last week. Eight desired quantities direct from the the pyromaniac. Two
: "The hogs are also exactly the county. part of the diet, hold a legitimate home,
!i type of hogs the packers now pre-' times so recent as World War days The L. &: N. Railway gave two or of the animals went to Alachua place in the menu and not packing plant.DeLandDunlog. three garages were slight).
county five to Putnam
when no mother or father, wife or two each aged by the blazes.
fer to and be UcNui
: buy hogs are the trips and the following organization simply a supplement of any already )
I sweetheart, of an overseas soldier to Duval and Hillsborough, and the past season sued< the fire-bug
e car
bringing the top of the market allover each gave one: State Department sufficient meal. Now that, bl| i
wha.t'' could wake in the morning without one to Manatee. Florida nurserymen produced! it escaped in heavy
: ; the country. They are of Agriculture Chicago according to the Florida State Department trafllaDo
dread of The sale was opened with a short approximately 130,000,000 Is-
news the days narc
; might
,; what we call the intermediate Mall Order of Agriculture, Florida
. .. T meat type. These hogs were very bring, or go to sleep at night with- County Fair, Kerr Company Glass,Manufac- speaking program presided over produces more than one of the SO sus bulbs, according to inspection
out an anxious by J. M. Whitehurst of Tampa, records just announced by J. C.
1 9} uniform, all in good condition when prayer for an absent turing Corporation, Montgomery million pounds of pecans in the
loved president of the association. LewisW Godwin, This is
one who at nursery Inspector.
: : ,: delivered to us, none were bruised, might Ward and United States, the time has come
Company, Armour &
'. moment be facing death from : Morley, secretary of the American I j about 43: per cent of the total pro-
; .I ? and altogether it Is really the best Company, and the banks of Leon to learn to use the pecan, not as a
bomb or gas or bayonet. Jersey Cattle Club, and H. W. I duced in the United States. Federal -
i. lot of
,F'll: , : hogs we have bought at the county. knick-knack nor a party pastime,
"And if conditions hard Caldwell, vice-president of the regulations require that bulbs
seem on
Moultrie plant since we began operations The specialists who will accom- but as a part of the solution of
the farm here in the Sunny South, American Guernsey Cattle Club, be Inspected for nematodes and
14 that
t' : years ago. great economic
the clubsters problem of"feeding'
pany are Lucy
: J. "We hope you will find it possible let us contrast them with conditions Belle Settle district home demon- made short addresses.Representatives the family." bulb flies. Aa to varieties, paper

to get this type of hog, no described* to me today by a stration agent in Lake county and of the Florida Pecans.-Its Uses-Main Dishes. 1 whites led with 107000000. There
: : . matter what the breed is into friend who has just been in northern Agricultural Extension Service as- were about 18,000,000 Chinese sac-
-WltI\ Sweet Potatoes
general R. W. Blacklock, state boys' club -Add a
cities. He reported half famished sisted with arrangements for the reds and about 3,000,000 Solell de'
: I '. use on Florida farms, as we agent. pint of chopped or ground pecansto
: believe that much type will show children In Philadelphia bunt- sale. your potato puff and omit other Ors, while the remainders were

,; ; the beat returns to the farmer and Ing for crumbs left from the dinner I V fats. Bake until well browned. Pears, Manoques and Constantl- .-
,it' it will certainly give the packer the palls of factory operatives and I DISEASES HAVE 2. Vegetable Nut Roast-2 noples. Florida's bulb Industry Is

z ; -; exact type of hog that he can handle spoke of the rigors of approachIng HINTS TO HOUSEWIVES GAINED-IN LAST DECADE bread crumbs, (whole wheat) 1 cups cup You) KNOW()
northern winter with
t. : to best advantage. perilsto Diseases of pecans in the southern chopped parsley, 2 tablespoon but- the .InsurcnceA
: h : numberless families who cannot Weekly from Home Demonstration states, which ter, 2 cups chopped celery, 2 cups COFFINS & CASKETSAnd eij
buy fuel to specialists 10
keep themselves and
L Specialist, Tallahassee,
cooked .
ff1; Groveland M. M. Morgan recently their children from freezing." years ago hoped might be kept a tomatoes, 1-2 cup chopped a Full Line of L'KS' any other mm the iranr
completed installation of minor factor in the industry have onion, 1 teaspoon salt, 2 eggs. Mix I..nt n humarj: I bt:u t tht: k*
all ingredients well Undertaker fellow you like. to 11Ift!.
: : adding beaten Supplies
modern tourist camp at his service Euatis Trl-county Cannery Honey Pumpkin Pie Instead, become of growing eco-
.TlI ?.-; eggs last Bake. Hi"*training. ind rrprtinw' qvli
station and home grounds on Tampa Association located near A. C. L. nomic importance each year. 3. AUTOMOBILE HEARSE him to furnish lIod&& fire t

.: ... ; highway.. freight depot, enlarging its plant. Try for using this honey in the pumpkinpie Although it was believed at that three Pecan cups mashed Loaf. field Mix together and Alw.,.. ..> ...... Th* iIIt protection \tlui faftgaar ,
Thanksgiving. Use, time that careful selection of suit- peas .
,. at th lowcwt >rle
- fId 'r .- _D 1 1-2 one and one-half s Aim tkvxt
cupfuls of steamed and able cups coarsely toyov
------ - ---- | orchard sites, the planting of .
attention to, tcUarmpk Wnit
(4 or itttfho
.dI strained pumpkin, 1 cupful of hon- diseases-resistant varieties and chopped pecans. Moisten with to- order
_ ; :: i1 ''qqw94 'N fJ/)1U to pill}'.iJrldge I ey, 1 teaspoonful of cinnamon 1-2 proper orchard care would reduce mato pulp or meat stock. Season RMBALUfGR HAROLD C. \VINSURANCE.

cupful of cream, 1-2 teaspoonful of disease damage to a minimum, this with salt, paprika and chopped l..r..l.

3j \\tIl//////f// I AUCTION mul ginger, 1-2 teaspoonful of salt, 2 has not come about, says Farmers' parsley. Add a beaten egg, mix C. JONES

eggs and 1 cupful of milk. Mix Bulletin 1672-F, Diseases of Pecansin well and shape into a loaf. Placein FLOIUDA .

: RCONTRACT I the ingredients in the order given the Southern States. The bulle- a baking dish and bake In a STARKE.: FI.ORIOI)
and bake in one crust. Garnish tin has just been published by the moderately hot oven, basting occasionally -

with honey meringue. U. S. Department of Agriculture. with stock or hot milk. ,

'i I by Wynne Ferguson Honey Meringue Instead, with the possible exception ((8)). Pecan Fruit of Vegetable -- -

I' Honey meringue may be made of rosette the Salad. Pecans combine well with

.t. J__ Author o.: "PRACTICAL AUCTION BRIDGE with an electrical beater or a hand known pecan diseases, attack earlier trees any fruit or green vegetable salad. STRAWBERRY\ PLANTSOwing

: $ ; l ----- beater. For the electrical beateruse more severely than formerly. More Pecans help to make Interesting I' I

: Copyright. 1941.I by Iloyle. Jr. 1-2 cupful of honey to the varieties are susceptible to scab the cabbage, grated carrot, or

t I white of 1 egg, and let the mixer and the scab Is widely scattered. I chopped lettuce salads. The fruits I to the dry-like conditions around Stark

; I ARTICLE No. 3f run at speed two until the mixture : Other little known diseases of a decade -, and green vegetables add the nec- and Lawtey, we are making very special prices on

_______ .J f peaks. That will be from eight to have essary bulk and thus a good combination -
______ TbatAucfionandContractandther actual play A did pass, also Y and D, ago now become of ma- wants in both and Blakemore Mr-
_ _ ten minutes. If this Is is effected. your Missionary
attendant rule are not yet standard so Z pluytd the hand at one no trump.A meringue jor importance. Most of the pecan
_ _ _ _ bed throughout the country i I. well played hi* twelve diamonds and, on kept on a platter, uncovered. in the diseases also attack hickory trees. ((0.) Pecan Bread or Cookie*._ ry plans. See our agents Brownlee Bros., Starke

_ _ ,. _ _ _ illustrated by following request (or the twelfth trick,Z had left( in his hand refrigerator it will retain its texture S Pecans may be used in any of the and G. W. who will take
of Fla.
_ _ _ Roberts Lawtey, ,
decision from one of the writer' California the ace of hearts and the ace of spades. and gloss several months. TRACTOR SCHOOL FOR' recipes for nut breads or nut cook-
_ _ _:: correspondents:"During a game It was an absolute guess which ace to ies. Less butter your order.
_________________ of Auction the other night, one of the keep and, a* usual in such cases, he For the hand beater use 1-4 cupful FARMERS TO BE HELD Is required when
player threw his hand on the table guessed discarded the of of honey to the white of one pecans are used.
_ _ _ .1 wrong, ace You know of and we know
and demanded deal heart egg, and whip the mixture untilit Gainesville' Flo. (D.) Pecan Pie, 1-2 Bauer plants quality
_ _ _ : a new declaring and A cored a grand slam. :, -A caterpillar cup sugar
_ _ _ that be had neither an ace nor face The curious part about the hand wa*? peaks. The white may be beaten tractor school for the farmers of 1-2 cup molasses, 3 eggs, 2 tablespoons how to ship your plants on time and give you red!

card. Another player claimed he was that Z accused A, the writers correspondent separately and the honey added a Florida will be) held here December flour, 1 cup pecans, 1-2 service. So get busy at once and place your order
: wrong a. he should have waited till of "not having played a : teaspoons salt 2
teaspoonful at the time while it is :1 and 2. The school will be held tablespoons butter -
_ the trump was declared and then if he porting game a* he wa betting on. a for what you maywant.
being beaten. Not as good texture on the University of Florida I nutmeg and allspice, 1 cup
: .... bad neither 'ace, face nor trump/ he certainty.? It was argued that such a cam-
_______ .. could have. claimed a new deal. Thi play might be all right In a Card Club I(I will result but the flavor should be pus and will begin at 9:30: a. m, milk. Mix flour and sugar, add

. _ point baa caused considerable, disemaion but very unsportsmanlike for a sociaL the same. each day. I molasses and melted butter. Beat J. A. BAUER

L and difference of opinion so game. Such a contention U certainly Honey Cream Waffles. Demonstrations, talks, and motion -, eggs into the mixture one at a
_ please decide it for u*." curious and has seemed worthy 011 i I Honey baked in the batter will, pictures about the many uses time, sprinkle with spices, add milk
; : __ _
Needless to sayi; a player must play mention in thi.article. When a game of and mix. Add MAN
. make a crisp tender waffle. Nuts and adaptions of the tractor on pecans. Pour Into TilE STRAWBERRY PLANT
: the card a* dealt and the fact that Auction or Contract ia made there '
_ up
._4 tbryteallsnderstenspotisnoreuon'V 1 I la an express. understanding that each or dried fruits may be added to the Florida farms will be featured the uncooked pie shell and bake. JUDSONIA, ARKANSASYou'll

_ _ for a new deal. There never has been player shall be entitled to take full I batter to give a truly delicious result. first day. Land cleaning road (E.) Pumpkin Pie. 2 eggs, beaten2 ,

suds a rule and it i I. rather surprising advantage of both his kill and his I The suggested ingredients are building, making fire lines, loggingand cups milk. 1-2 cup coconut 1-2

i _ _f. to have it advanced,especially in such luck. Luck average up for every one in 1 egg, beaten lightly 4 teaspoon- the like will be featured on the cup cnopped nut meats, 1 teaspoonful -

. up-to-date State a* California. It i I. the long run, so never criticize a player ,' fula baking powder 2 cupfuls of program for the second day. of salt, 2 tablespoons flour, 1
________ S food example, however, of the widespread for holding big card or for playing i
flour 1 of cup
salt 2 prepared 1
teaspoonful Experts from the pumpkin 1-2
p cupfuls Caterpillar cups
_ _ popularity of Auction and Con.I them to obtain the maximum result f I never know how gooda
.. _ _ r. tract even among those who are not' Take the game and your luck philo-I I of milk, 1-4 cupful of margarine Tractor Company, Celevland, and brown sugar, 1-2 teaspoonful nutmeg
.. familiar with the ordinary rule. of thofollowinr sophically and both you and. your melted, and 3 tablespoonfulsof the Burgman Tractor Equipment 1-2 teaspoonful cinnamon. cigar can be until you *

;. Came.Th. friend wIll enjoy the game a great honey. Company, Jacksonville, will con- Mix the dry Ingredients add to the
: *) hand baa raised aL' deal more. Mix the honey, margarine salt, duct the schooL cooked, sieved pumpkin, then stir have smoked a
_ .
carious question 1 __ _ The writer wa* under the Impression and beaten egg. Sift the baking ... S in other ingredients in the order ,
.1, JI.uK that the following< problem wa rather I| powder and flour together. Stir BUTCH TO BE COUNTY named. Pour into a deep pie plate IIt
-none I Y I easy until one of hi. correspondents |
_ .. thaaaends-A.K.J.10, IA Bt I wrote in regard to It: "Only an ostrich in alternately with flour and milk AGENT FOR ST. JOHNS

_ _ 9. .. 7. 6. 3. 4. 3.? : Z j would call this problem simple." Why until full amount has been added. -

_ _ Spades-none he elected an for comparative -, St. Augustine, Fla LoonIs 51g SIZE

,. ______________ No score rubber game. Z dealt and purposes i I. doubtful but probably I Blitch will begin work here as V HAVAILWi1htfu1lii
I .. bid ono no trump.. What should A bid because of its purported lack of intelli-1 I I EXHIBITS TO NATIONAL county agent of St. John MORE
_ .. with the) foregoing hand at eitherAuction fence. After that statement however, <&-11 CONGRESS SENT BY December county
.., : or Contract? A should unVMsbtodly the writer will refrain from expressing FLORIDA LUD MEMBERS 1, the county board and M 1 L U
pass, hoping that Z will an opinion. See if you can figure It out state extension Service have an-

_ _ _ _'. totaia the .bid at no trump. la the before reading the solution that follow. I Five Florida-.-H club girls and I nounced.During recent yean Mr. Blitch /. Lewis Cigar Mfg. Co., Newark, N. J., M

Problem 10 boys have sent exhibits of their
fanning in Marion, coun-
- Heart-8 work to the National Club Congress ty and teaching at the Ocala High
._ _ Club*-noneDiamonds I which will be held at Chicago school. He la i* an AB graduate Wake Up Your Liver
4 -none i I I November 27 to December G, the from Stetson University and baa
Florida Agricultural Extension
_ Spad.K.9 about completed work for a BSA
,, y JIeute-O.6 ltearta-tO 7, 4, 2 Service announces.
degree) from the
k C.tIe-none I Y I Club*-none Four of the girls have sent can- Florida. University of -Without Caloi

_______________ Diamood.-none I A B I Diamond.none'A.Q ''j ning exhibits. They are Aleese S
-- I Z I Spade.- 10 .
j __________ I Hamrick and Ida Gadsden, Jefferson The 160 million acres of National And --;-........Ie........totIfo
Hearta K county, Sybil Rowan Gadsden Forest Trail lamp Out of Bed .to
9 land In the
United States "'
_____________ Beautiful Shoulders d_. d1. It joIII" .
l _ .! Cluba-none I county, and Lorene Duffey, are protected from fire by the fed- In the Morning Rarin to Go I I 0. ...... UP 7 ,
j M, _ I Diamonds- none I tee county. Clara Surrency.Mana-I I eral Forest Service organization. soft velvety to the touch and sad. ......
... ..1.4-
_ _ with
Spade.J.6,2TIaere county, has entered an an alluring fascinattaur aDo ........
Under agreeme ts between private pearance that will It you feel sour and Bank and the ..- ,.... to .

i are no tnnnp" and Z 1 I. in the win the tri.-k. with the lung. Y should,,, the home Improvement class. owners and the state, with the rub off or show the not effects streak: of,spot. I world looks punk.don t swallow slot __d.-.......sed-

: i ., lead.How can Y Z win three of the five' now lead the eight of hearts: B plays Five of the boys, all from Walton operation of the federal co-I spiration. Dance or indulge per in tt salts mineral water cU. huathr .-to.....,.

r 1): '" tncJn against any defense the deuce and ;Zl;; aid play the nine.' county are showing exhibitsof : went protection of state and sports fully confident your complexion candy: or chawing gum and expect ...-.--.... ___
:4 '
J SatmHan: Z abould lead the jack of If he should play the king A should cotton. The young cotton farmers ate forest lands .Is gradually being will retain all of Us origi ..... to make yon rA"ty' \ *wi. U"rUPIUA.-- ,

.4'' *)pao *i and A chould play the queen, play the queen and A B will then win,i, are Herman Jones Tom Ben extended to keep down fir. losses |I nal beauty. I and buoyant and fun of sansnins.Tor ......s1 lS.....roa ...
although he knows that it must lose the last three tricks. When Z play ....
EcU James Hattaway, LeRoy Last year about 3 1-2 million I OOURAU0S I they cat da I&. .. _4
,1' the trek. By ao doing he retain his the nine, however. A must win with I| acres : TVsy .q - --
c' ten.acslayssuit. If he were to play the queen. Now either Z wins the king Thorpe and Murdocy Ray. Otho were added to the total area under RIENT4i mo.. the bowels and a _amt -----NS

".p fcta ace> on the Jack, he would leave Y of heart and Y the nine of spade or'' Jones and EUsworth Murphy, Lake organized protection.Do II| Jnissit gut at the <_ Tb.e. ;; -...-- 551

vttai the tenace and Y Z would now else Y take two trick in spades. In county, and three) boys from Ala- CREAM I.. .... ... ...l.-s-g 54.....--...

'( '.. four tricks against any defense. A other words, Y Z must win three of chua county have entered exhibits not plant seed Irish potatoes' S M y....... It...-... ...... ... I...u-P.I...ssI .....

b40 _ptajr the queen of padc and Y, the five tncka.. I of"aweet potatoes. that show brown spots in the flesh,j WhI... flses s.. ..sehsI.hsdss ...................-....k ... Ui -'" -...

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-- Bellevest thou this f 27. She nalth waiian guitar, mandolin, hand saws of our husband and father, E. J. ----follows------ Tallahassee-------- --
run as : New
into him Yea, Lord::1 believe that and other instruments besides the Lewis. We I $90,000 wing
especially thank Dr. : No. 107. southbound due Starke. to history building on of
thou art the Christ, the Son of piano. campus
Middleton for his
faithful service. 10:40: a. m. Florida State
rod, which should come Into the A_ And I College for Women!
/ world for the beautiful floral offerIngs No. 1, southbound due Starke. here will be ready for occupancy by
I PRESBYTERIAN that decked the mound where
10:35 November
) ; : p. m. 15.
Prayer: We rejoice that Christ
our loved Is sleeping.Mrs. No. 108. northbound, due Starke, East coast canal between Jack-
risen from the dead the first fruitsof
Services Sunday November E. J. Lewis
Paalm 119:105. 28 and family. 5:39: p. m. sonville and Miami will be
anJ unto palli- open
J amt my (fed, a light my : them that slept. as follows: .
,_d is I amp No. 2, northbound, due Starke, with depth of five feet and marked
10 a. m. Sunday school J. :II. OUR FATHER
doctrine 6:10
All religious teaching or : a. m. by January.
111 flrUl:\ .Df"tIUS.. creed if they are to have any claim: DAILY BIBLE READINGS Truby, supt. Wannee Branch -

: and devotion of the people, must be :In harmony with 11 a. m. Morning worship, sermon Our home is made lonely without No. 101 leaves Starke 7 a. m. BANKHI'IT' HALH ,

a love,l loyalty Christ whose words fit tat* fold and crevice November 27 by the pastor. him; No. 102 arrives 2:40: m. Notice In hereby given that the
or JesuSand It said In John? NEVER MAN With 6:30 He's to make his trustee of the estate of DeWItt
omen of whom was Stay the Lord The Lordis : p. m. Christian Endeavor. gone home with T. .T. C.
Griffin Agent. Jones, also DeWItt C. Jones, trading
LIKE &MAN. with you, while ye be with him; Topic, "Where Are :Missionaries God. a* JonoM. Hardware Company, bankrupt -

Bradford and Union counties are Invited to use this dot and i; ye seek him, he will be Needed in This Country" Missionary When the pearly gate unfolds Cloning of Malls. highest will and sell 1 best at public bidder outcry to the

itorso* of church activities. organizations and announce- found of you; but If ye forsake Meeting. A suvery of the We will see him as he was. Train No. 107 south. 10:20 a. m. for cash at the bankrupt or blrtilera place 0.

for DeWS given and no- charge made the only requirement him, he will forsake you.-II. home field.) Leader, Marjorie Train No. 108 5:20 of business' located at Starke, Flor
freely north p. m. ida on Dacomber 6. 1931 at 11 orlrolc
Spll4'B such Items reach this office before Wednesday morning Chronicles 15. 2.Novemlter. Stump. The C. E. Society sent His absence make us no lonely Night malls close 6 p. m. a. m, the following described prop '
hilt I'JUlnot hfl handled for current IWUO( 28 a Thanksgiving offering amount- We do miss his tender loving arty
.e they Starke: Bell Branch: Stook' of Hardware, store flitures
Free from Want-The Lord Is Ing to ten dollars to the Children's care. Mall closes 7 a. m. truck, notea and account receivable.

unprofitable, but now profitableunto my shepherd; I shall not want. Home Society of Jacksonville. He has joined the angels on the Mall arrives 2:40: p. m. lion Raid at, sale a 1 meeting will stand before for the confirma under: ,

SCHOOL I thee and to me." Paul was November 29 7:30: p. m. Evening worship song other shore signed referee :In bankruptcy Immed: '
SI1'.D.'Y slave back to his old and Where there is and lately after the saleMOROAUr.
LESSON I Ij sending the Safe Steps The steps of a sermon. I no sorrows Blue Bun Schedules F. JONES

master Philemon, to whom Paul good man are ordered his way.- Prayer meeting Wednesday at tears. Northbound: 8:51: a. m., 1:21: p. Referee In Bankruptcy.NFHCIAI. .

'.' wrote "Whom have sent again: Psalm 37: 23.November 7:30 p. m. m., 4:15: : p. m., 8:21: p. m., 0.00: a. I J. .". '1 Jacksonville\ '\PI"
* Whom I would have retain. SO A cordial invitation to all our We may go and meet him

NOVEMBER %9. 1931 ed with me, that In thy stead he Ye Will Reap What Ye Sow- services extended to all In the land so fair m.Southbound MAMTKH'll, SALtevirtueeof
9:34 11:34
: : a. m., : a. .
... .
might have ministered unto me in Be not deceived God is not mocked Where he Is there with God- talnltfl. and by
; 4:34 7:34 that
I Paul's Letter to Phlle- m.? : p. m., : p. m., 12:47 a. ce decree
ct t: the bonds of the gospel; But with : for whatsoever a man soweth, IN MEMORIAM There Is no trials and troubles Tickets and Information at .lion.1t. =Z.lAdkin.judge. by

out thy mind would I do nothing; that shall he also reap. For he there. Smith's Service Station next to rtJ : 'rt of llrndford/ county of, Flor Cir
Text: "There is neitherr that thy benefit should not be as It that soweth to his flesh shall of In sweet memory of'our grandfather This poem Is dedicated to my courthouse. ida. In .that certain foreclosure suit

free-for ye are all one were of necessity but willingly." It the flesh reap corruption; but he E. J. Lewis who departedthis father who died November 27, 1929, 4> In lion whli-h'I. complainant Uank of Starke, and, a Frank eorpnra-F.

d JesulI." GaL 3: 28. Is probable that after his conver- that soweth to the Spirit shall of life Nov. 20, 1931. :.11'. George C. Tillts. Wlnterllnir. la defendant the underiilwniul -
Philemon 420. sation to Christ Onesimus desiredto i Mrs. J. L. SUcox. Sebring Wells being cleaned will null at public outer In
in Text: the Spirit reap life everlasting: front of south door of court house. of
,a Truth: Christian Friend- go back to his master, Philemon. I And let us not be weary in well Our hearts are sad and lonely a out to assure ample supply of water Sr i.or Florida to the .
the highest and truest Then Paul made a kind of apologyfor doing; for in due season we shall Since grandpa passed away- TRAIN SCHEDULE for city. bidder for rash, hlKhest during the and leaI bent

Ip. This letter was written Onesimus. "For perhaps he reap, if we faint not.-Galatians And our hearts so often wanderTo St. Augustine Renovated Rec- bourn of ...1. on Monday the till
day of
.D 62. therefore departed for a season, ::6: 79. his grave so far away. Effective Sunday August 9th tor's Cafe on Cathedral Place, reopened following-December real ... A. l>. '1SS1.anil .tke..-

iluctlon: 'Philemon was one's that thou shouldst receive him for I December 1 schedule changes and trains will for business.NOTICE county log In Town Florida of Stare, Bradford

converts, probably during ever. Not no was a servant but Fruit of the Spirit Love Joy, He has left this world of sorrow, Beginning I at a point on north aide
period that Paul above a servant a brother beloved And his all Is of A 8. 11. A G. llallroad where
9 year peace long suffering gentleness suffering over.
Notice III hereby given that the follow In" dearrlhad lands will b. IInht Westmoreland street. crosses. tk.
,heaus. He was a man of specially to me, but how much goodness faith, meekness temperance He has left his friends and loved at publlo auction on the FIRST MONDAY IN IH c'EMRRR:: 1931. It helm right" of way: of the A. S. H A O.
'ealth: and lived In Colosse, more unto thee, both in the flesh ; against such there is no ones, the 11h day of said month before the courthoUl.e Door at Ntarke In lir..d. Hatlroud and on the east. aide Itf
ford county' State of N'I..rlda, or an much thereof ae will be nee..eary Sold' Street and run north Parallel ,
Ronwn province of Asia; and in the Lord If thou count me law.-Gal. 5: 22, 23.December. There to dwell forever more. to pay the amnunt due for texas set op oslte the same. together, with with Westmoreland street StO c feet rt
a zealous Christian. His therefore a partner receive him as 2 the oust of such sale and adverlhlh'/r. A. KNIOH'l', Tax Collector thence east at right angles to said
T..... street 417 feet thence south 14* feet
u a meeting place for aoup myself." Paul felt that the broth- The Chosen Fast Is not this Won't that be a happy meeting n..ptlon sec. T. n. A. nweer "'0.'. In rlirht of way of the A. 8! RAO.

of Christians. It seems erhood in Christ wiped out muchof the fast that I have chosen To When we meet him face to face- N of tfW1.4, ._______ ___88 G 10 IQ m. W. llar.: ., Adml'. ____ n.o )be Railroad, ,, thenr In Hertlon w..t 99 to _point at r4

au I was never in Colosse, the difference between the master loose the bands of wickedness, to There to live In glad reunionIn N'1 of$ Nu14' of It p] of& NW'kEl' NE 0 south, !Mange 11 East.. Township Y 1f

,at the church there was and his slave, and therefore undo the heavy burdens, and to let that happy dwelling place? of sa: .N_ ._.._....... 1 T U It" ro. W. Hayes: A4mr. ____.1:000N104 .. A... H. CRRWn, aj

Ij the result of the labors of Paul wrote, "If he hath wrongedthee the oppressed go free and that ye Lots I of I IiIE'II 4", of_JIIk____S__Llv-____11 t 11 40 Lydia TI.on ____________ 10.13 KNIOHT. KNIORT. fll.I'In ''Cllane.p., ria. ,.

,y and others. Paul's let- or oweth thee ought, put thaton break every yoke?.Isaiah 58: 6. Oh, your gentle smile of greeting nilrs A Cue addition 11.841.12.4 Solicitor.for Complainant ;

that he regarded Fhile- mine account I Paul have writ- I That met k. In WVof
at the
iwi ; December S always us gate-
NE( .. 3I 4 la Unknown __ _______ 11.111
a true friend. Onesimus ten It with mine own hand, I will Darkness Disappears Thou No, we'll never forget Lola 1 I I a St{ of lot 4 worirn TO APPICAI(

heathen slave or servant In repay It: albeit do not say to thee art my lamp, 0 Lord: and the Lord And as we gaze, we lose ourselves of bv fllk& CO'1 Llvlnllrolon addition Tru-to I ed It to appearing the bill of by complaint affidavit filed attach In

e of Philemon. He was not how thou owest unto me even thine will lighten my darkness. For by awhile Starke In W'h- of NE4:: _18 0 II Llvln..ton, Truby Co this ..ourt, wherein Anna Dell Marl {

y reliable; and one oc- own self besides. Tea brother, let thee I have run through a troop: And live all our past days in other Lots I a 41 Truhy 01 'fine Co IIJJM s I Hnmuvl has' flied dart salt, that for the divorce r..ld.against.". er ,rt

he stole some of Philemon'sy me have joy of thee in the Lord." by my God have I leaped over await places.No oro Starke t'n WK addrsH of Samuel Hart la un
of _88 8 33 LI"lnor.ton, Truby" Co 191Lot. known, to complainant that there
and ran away to Rome. Paul bad eyesight and seldom NE'4 )
poor -2 Samuel 22: 29, 30.SAXTON 1 . 11IIIS14oRlk In no portion (In the Hate of florle'a,
it unknown means he came wrote with his own hand, and a one knows how we miss him; 11 Livlnaatnn Truhy" whomffwouldsbinddthe proceea

the Influence of Paul, under Philemon may have been convertedby We think of him both day and CO" ..dclilion to upon fendant.' aald de
I the Stark In W'h of NE'4 IS II Unknown __ __ ._u__ Utl.91_ It I" 11said
preaching runaway the Holy Spirit through Paul'spreaching night Late 345018010liofBlk therefore ordered that the

aa converted and became a and was especially near Preaching every first and third And it makes us feel sad and lonely 10 (Llvlngston Truby bill'; of rlamuel complaint Hart In do said appear reuse to ,the In >i;

le help to Paul in Rome. Af- to him, and really owed Paul, spiritually Sundays at 3 p. m., by Rev. W. B. a In Co'a Wy ad""lon of NE1 to Starke. __.II 8 II Livingston. Truby" Co. n.o Starhe, Florida, on or before nit.c..nb..r :,
ring the confession of One- Lot. 4 0 of Blk LlvlnIIston I Tth, A. I). tan ..I.. the alleatlnna -
For life
much more than the priceof Christy of the Lawtey Methodist will never seem as bright. I 'o'a"o. : : of said bill will be taken
Truby & ( addln
of his wrong to Philemon a slave. Such a position reminds church. Preaching services on sec to Starke in W34 of a. confessed by him. F

dvlsed! him to go back to us of the Lord's question, ond and fourth Sunday at 11 NEV.--------: _.--28 6 II Livingston Truby" Co. 1.10 :' notice It' la be further published ordered once a that week. this for

and sent In his care the "What shall a man give in exchange o'clock by Rev. Sellers of Jackson May we work for dear Jesus : 81 af Dlk 5 Ltvingatnn I four oonnooutlve. week In Hradford j

to the Colosslans and a for his soul?" Dr. Alexander and In the afternoonat And get on our knees and 'l'ruhy & Co a Huh fly__ .41 County.. Telegraph, published In F%
I vllle singing pray, 1"lon of NE1y:: of NE'A 811 6 II Livingston, Truby" Co. Bt rk.. FloridaWltnpHa i
letter to Philemon. The I Maclaren says "The Christian 3:00 o'clock. Everybody Invited. When life on earth is ended, N'h of fllk 1 or lots 5o I my hand aa Clerk' and the i
Llvlnqaton Truby &: s.uh.divlslon Sent of thl this
confession and reformation teacher may says to the soul which We may meet grandpa in heaven of NJ.:14 ofNJ.'A of November, A..rh 1991II the. led day Y
ulna. In the introductionletter by his ministrations has been REVIVAL AT HAMPTONThe some sweet day. __ ________18 8 U David It Roes Smith ____ '..11SIAl W. Ar.n"'RUAN. ';
of Dtk 7 01' lot. 1 .
Clerk of circuit Po
to Philemon. Paul I brought back to God and to peace, rlvlnp.lon. Trilby a: Co'. By tNA WHITE, Dcpu.yC.erK.Court,
of his being a prisoner andy In real Cull Evangelistic party, helda A from Is Huh division of NJ.'A, of A. 1'1. ('ltldWS
a sense: 'Thou owest precious one us
very gone,
NE'A __ __ __ ________18 I II Livingston, Truby" Ca 3.06All Solicitor! fur Complainant.
Joins him In sending thyself to me.' And the bond which revival meeting in the Christian A voice we love Is still- Blk 3 Llvlngston 11-0-61-13-4. r

W. Paul's letter opens I knits any of us of whom that is church In Hampton, which began A place Is vacant in our home .ot Co' "lib dlvl.lon
words. "I thank God of NEI4 of NE" __ _____-23 4 II Adam Thomas :;_ __ ____ II." M"'rICH" ,i-
my true to one another, Is one the tenderness October, and closed October 18. That never can be filled. All Blkll 9 III 1.lvlnllr"ton; KAMQ
mention of thee always in of which cannot be over- Much Interest was shown and I Truby &: Co. sub. dlvl.- and Hereby by vltrue I notice of I ii.that riven certain that. under final (Y
i Ion of NE" of NE'4 .__.33 S II Livingston Truby" Co. .78 '
yers, Hearing of loved decree of foreclosure) .
thy made
accomplished. His Honorable
estimated. great things were God in wisdom has recalled Lots 1 4 of 'nile' U i.'vtngston by
r A. 7. Adkln'
faith, which thou hast to- I Possibly Paul may have had Everyone wished that the meeting ,The boon his love has given. Trubp & oN"Eu Twenty.SUth' Judicial, Judge Circuit: of the ef i
the Lord Jesus, and toward some such thought. Personally I might continue, but on account of ,And though the body slumbers Blk divt.ion U Llvlngston of NE'A Truhy kCu' 18 a II Ephram Thom. ____ ue P'lorl".. In and for Hradford county, c
Florida, In
tI. "Thank my God," etc., do not feel that any human agencycan previous engagements, it had to here, .ub division of NEV.of ITth day of Chancery October Hitting A. 11)1.on the In
expression used In the beg take unto itself that much close. His soul Is safe In heaven. NV. ------------- II S II Livingston, Truby" Co. U.Blr" favor ;of the Federal f l nlJ' Dank of

of Paul's letters; ((1)) Ro- credit in the conversion of any The Hampton Christian church 2 2l of' BSk 22, n' Llvlngston 14 I a Lot., lainant Columbia', and a corporation aa-alnat H, aa.... com R.n.

((2)) 1 Cor. ((3)) Philiplans; souL The force of a human agentIs has unanimously asked the partyto I Just a thought of sweet remembrance True Co' sub division roe. and Dora ll.nfro.. his wife
Co. 11.41
Hessians 01 NE'of NEI4 _11 0 II Livingston, Truby" J. J. Thomas and Pearl Thoma his
; ((5) 1 Thess.; (6)) so exceeding small compared return and renew the meeting I LoI" 3 4 of Rlk 118 Livingston wife, and the I.iiwtey National Farm i
: ((7)) Timothy; ((8)) PhlleIt Truby & Co. sub Loan Aacoclatlon, a corporation. a. Y
I with the work of the Holy Spirit which will begin Sunday evening Just a memory fond and true- divt.lon' of NEV of .m1I8 1 II Livingston. Trub Co 3,34 defendant
might be well to read the 'that the human could not claim November 29. Just a token of affection Lot. I I of Rlk .0 Llvinguton The nald special 1 master, will offer
ew verses of each of these Since the meeting closed In And a heartache just for Truhy & Cos subdivision for sale In front of the courthouse
9. any ownership. you. of NE'A of NEt..25 3 II Livingston, 'rruby a Co. ....1WI door In Btarke Florida during the
Hampton, the Cull Evangelistic have great Joy and consola- Party has held two revival meet- i Farewell sweet grandpa 'till we .ruby a Co' sub dlvIslon hour of eleven A. M. and two. o clock ;;
thy love WEEKLY SERMONETTEJesus of NW of NE'/o __II 6 II Ivlll..ton, Trub 41 Ca I.U ,
the saints Chris- uembersA.oD.a193i, tohthe highest
are Ings. One In North Shore meet up yonder. Lot. I I of IIlk 41 Llvrn.- '
Jfd by thee. . beseech tian church in Jacksonville; another His Grandchildren. ann Trubv Co'. subdivision and bent bidder for ca..h. the 1,1.
''if my son Onealmus whom and Martha of NE%. of NJe'A .11 0' II Joe Grant __ -. ."_____. 1.18 lowing dencrlb property situated ,
in Lynwood Christian church In nradford
Lut 4 of Ilik Llvlngston county, ITIorlda. to-wlli
begotten in my bonds." John Jl: 25, 27. Jesus said unto near the same city. CARD OF THANKS Truby & Co. sub dlvls- The Northwest quarter of the
Imus while Ion of NEof .11 I .1 Unknown __ _. --__- 5.1I Northwest quarter and the North
hiding In Rome I her, I am the resurrection and the Members of this part are O. K. 111k NEt; v half of Houthwe quarter of North-

eard Paul preach and was I life; he that believeth In me, Cull, evangelist. Curtis S. Hayes, We take this method of thanking LOt."nl.o.f.r & Co'. s.odivision : wet quarter all In Section IS, Town-
ted and became of NE'of:: NfoJ\4\ II e .1 .Jo.Ol'allt __ _______. I.TI hip II Mouth Range to eat, aUoi
his assla- he dead shall be leader and Miss Vera Kelley, the many friends who so kindly Houtheait
though were yet song Lots s. 9 of Alk 9 navl" & The quarter of the ;e
Paul thus describes him, I'live: 28. And whosoever liveth and pianist. Mr. Hayes and Miss Kelley assisted us with word and deed Truby'. add to Starke In Northonet nuarler: and 12.4 aere

b I In time past was to thee believeth in me shall never die. give solos and duets using Hl- 'during the recent illness and death rJvEnoft..Of SJJ14! of NWV2t "It .1 p.r. Truhy __ ___ ".48 In utheat_ of Norh"a.t'luIHh.corner of_ the Northeantiiuarter .. of ..<.- ,

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east ,

'rflj? MAIN\ THING O\1 1\ TqT"% STREET1OT3CCT' Py L. F. Van Zelm M. .JOHNS, m. K. IIp.elal PERHTMAN.B. Hater. ,

Solicitor for Complainant

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MAIN }. 1 ': MASTMirS SALH '
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l6sDIN8 "NEWISDADEQ! -L ,.rL ,' anl'jn by la*virtue Is *rci";: given certain,thai, under final ,

I BiG decree of foreclosure mad* by A. V.
DEE-RAD6 ; 1 { ) # Long, Judge Pro llaa Vloe, for the ,

I ON: MAIN r QLAD i < Twi-nfy-HUth! Judicial circuit of
ST. . Florida, In land for Bradford count-
ty, Florida In chancery sitting, on
or D I.1O CO I11 t1Atn 5T the Uth clay of November, A P.
146 QlG "" ''f.'AN; ___ In favor of Joseph M Wilson.,
kRhFD 7aDAr XOWe'4. elAl 'W a* Liquidator for Bradford County
Q't t. ) Hank, a corporation, a* complainant
card I.4QUSI:. wsD LeIPDQl. and against Colonel: N. Shaw amt,
or. Theodoala Shaw, his wife, a* defen
Trig DAdv sFCrl v MEn'eCLUB dants. ;.
8u2 The said a master will offer
r..., "'C60Q7T&. THAT i I for sal In front: : of the courthouse 1,
taD6llAq door In Stark, Florida, durlnatha i'
JU T rAf2TiNG O" s RptvS I legal ::::rt.w-: tale between eleven i'
'r GWRI bECT'On I Iaa M, in. o clock. p. m. on Hon. f
: 1AQ(..
.tint'... day the 7th day of December A.
TO TMC 1IEI:! li T t, r> 1871, to the hf best bid
11eIN5jN: fOllo"lner
walL der for cash the described
-'QI .r4 property situated, In Bradford oounly. Wr
r4TLJ' .S 1bNOj: ;, 54.-x114 .. Florida, to-wltt (,
Lot Five of section'
llrvEILED BrIIADBr Eighteen In 7+
J C Township' Mouth
f'fI t34H4GQ Twenty Kant. eC"rh. I h.f.t.n.
( .. Florida containing Eighty'
acn.. fi
M..t. 3
f 13 W JOHNS. ;
Solicitor for Complainant

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PROTHY DAh\: :1---- J:1CharleS McMamisl ; MASTER'S 3ALB
Notice le hereby given that under a .f
and by virtue of that certain final
e decree of foreclosure made by A. V.
Long Judge Pro llao Vice, for thetwentyslelh
Judicial. circuit of Flor

; GIVE Oi <\ SURE \ l )| TMCNE'T' T'M' Florid Ida. In, and In chancery for Hradford sitting county on the
iN: Gp J YOU KEEP TH* Uth Uy of November A. O. Mil
? E I QlTE. WILLMERE ; JJ- APPI-t AND I'i.1. In favor of Joseph K. Wilson, :
uidator for Bradford
County 1Ian1.1
You ? r < TAKE T"C D Te a ...corporation an .' ..
-- against Lydia Cl mon., a widow .t '
al, a* defendants.The .
I said special master will offerfor
sale I In front of the courthousertonr
A ,L' In Bturke, Florida, during I the
udai..inUY learn hours of sale between
W F1Ar'
1 A. if and two. clock p. m. on Monday
set Ltr $. the 7th day of December A. I>.
l /3t. to the highest and best. bidder
f t r 44J. for cash, the following described ,
y property situated In Bradford eoun- q'
;y, l
Mouth l 1111n'I'i,1: ; Nine (t) Es.cept r,
eleven (11) acre* In the north-

r :n".jtt'.b: : being HO I..'rlr.t"o and m

west, and South Half of lot ten (10)
of Meotlnn II, township HI l" (4) south '
rangeSO east, also, the Northwestnuarter "
of Northwest quarter tiC see ga?
IL tine five (I) township T south range e'
etfJ Is .,.... "
Special Master.B. .
as.r're M. JOHNS
Solicitor for Complainant. lP,
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-fciuxfT --- ----__ =x xy
r says "issued every Friday from Sixth-When ""aw pull down

Bradford County telegraph the strawberry and( sweet corn section your vest and wipe off your chin"
i From Other Pens { of Florida." And to cap the was considered a crushing retort

$44 Established 1877 climax, it prints a cut of a big. red Seventh-When tickets to the

"T i ...A strawberry along with the foregoIng movies were a nickel a throw?
Class Altogether a neat bit of ad legs were limbs GIVING .j
Second Eighth-When
and Entered as
Published Weekly on Fridays You have to shout at some Park Herald.Time . and to mention underwear In mix-
fiptil +I Matter at the Post Office at Starke Florida speakeaale to get your order fill o ed was a banging crime?

ed.-Starke Telegraph. Thanks for *:.Do Change moonlight was

r '+ E. S. Matthews _______--___________ Owner and Publisher the tip.-Vmatllla Tribune. The politician of the future will more popular than moonshine !!
i 4 ; J. C.'Robinson ________.____________ Managing Editor Now, let's give the back seat not place his thumbs In the arm Tenth-When daughter and sondidn't t .
hole of his vest.and say; "Ladles have to wait up till the
i t" drivers: a great, big hand.-Starke and gtntlemen I wus born in aonervaugocahin break of dawn for mother to come
p SUBSCRIPTION RATE Yeah! under the
'i5 Telegraph. Right '
: an got my In from her party?
1 F'y' i Yearly,.$1.50; Six ,Months 75c-Payable>> In Advance nose.-Umatllla Tribune D edducatl ., laying in front of a Eleventh When the creek ry. FREE
pine-knot ,lira a studying of a swimming hole style of bathing
." "" .'"I. 'Advertising Rates on Application. Plant City's first quart brought blue-back speller. He will lay.his :was not allowed at fashionable 8
only (5.-Starke Telegraph. Too derby. on the fable, take a drink of summer resorts In mixed crowds? .
high. It's only $2.50 per gallon ice water and spurt: "Ladles and Twelfth-When a saxaphone was
n .Gasoline takes jump instead of absorbing the last tax here.-Inverness Chronicle. gentlemen I want you all to knowI considered cot only an abominationunto

j m imposed. I. ---- was born in humble circum the soul, but bad taste In Every Saturday night starting with
? ., The man who marries is a fool stances. My pa only had one car music [Sa.

0 and the man who does not Is a and that was a model T Ford.- Thirteenth-When one pulled up urday, December 5th, until
' Saturday
Some; people who cannot square a circle can queer one greater .Apopka Chief.Mean- Perry Herald. to the disabled motorist and cheer- |D

with Ing be Is. Just a natural born foot -_ -o- fully called: "Need any help" cember 19th, inclusive, a Large
ease. Beauty
anyway? MyseU and Fourteenth-When golf was for

y j'' eSouth o If I shouldn't or I should; sissies and scorned by all :!lie-men Doll will be given
Gobs of rouge and lipstickOn I knewI FIfteenth-When jellybeans wore away absolutely fleet
Jacksonville Herald prophesizes the governor's rm the greatest pal ever |
a homely mug. think & lot of me, white instead of rainbow suspenders
i + race will be a sizzling affair.A Makes any maiden I like to attend tell myself ? some lucky customer. On Saturday, [D
fit to kiss and .
1 hug.Wewahitchka : Sixteenth When one could
Things confidentially.:
o cember 19th in
Breeze. make a cross-country automobile to the Doll

head is put on a man and a pin for the same purpose- -oThe -- I I like to alt and tell me trip without danger of being held Wea;

I to know when and where to atop. time to advertise for more I If I shouldn't or I should; up either by highwaymen or prohibition giving away free one Large Toy Autom
1 ; business Is when you want more I always find that my advice agents?

Vfl Y I --0 bu.lness.-8tarke the only way to get Telegraph.more business And To me is pretty good.I -Exchange.Fort bile. You may be the lucky one to win

Automobiles are blamed for our wild life and now theyare ----o-- -
la to advertise. Inverness
i Chron- walk with;me, I talk with me, or both gifts:
accused killing off our wild life. icle. Lauderdale Plans and
I teach from ,
me right wrong I
p specifications for a new barracks
'Oy f ' -0.-
a I never knew how well myself
The roosters have less to crow building to be constructed for the
The best "notice" an officer can give that he Is going to about since Empress Eugenie arrived. And I could get along. U. S. Coast Guard service on the STERNBERG'SStarke

.i fwd i enforce this. or that law is to enforce it .-Starke Telegraph. intimat- Oh, it's great to know a pal government reservation at Los
li ing that they are minus a numberof Olas Beach have been received by
A that's all '
i.. 4 o tail feathers, we suppose.- You're pal never in your bad company own; Capt. C. F. Howell, commander of ---- F0']

t The word "sweetheart" has been in use for over 700 Bronaon Journal. Or never left alone. Area.the Florida East Coast Patrol .'
years.and Is still very much in demand.O I A foxy young dame from So. Jax, .--The-- Challenge.o -

Annolnted her sweetie with an ax; Curiosity: Pensacola-U. S. Judge WilliamB. --Mayo.=H.:.L.: Wlnderweodle,-local - Leesburg- B. -
1 "I could have used lead" Shepard, who is past the seventieth E. War
office to be with (Redding (Iowa) Herald) grocer, having his store remod chased filling station
The governor's I
; seems more popular candidates She playfully said year of his life and eligiblefor weat?
It has been said that the curiosity
p:' r since the legislature reduced the salary. I When asked to state plainly the I of women will uncover the deepest retirement will not accept such eled. by C. F. Kneeling.
t fax.-Umatllla Tribune. a privilege for the present. He
the fol.
o secrets, so we are printing '
-0-_ presides over the United States
lowing sentimental for men
Saw a fellow the other day who looked as if he had just When lack of money keeps people only and set it upside down: court for the northern' district of
i away from games and movies Florida and baa had occasion several -
attended of those earthquake bridge parties.
one -pwq jaq no pangs
then you can believe this talk times In recent years to deny
o about hard times.-Starke Tele, o; pun. aq II rumors of his proposed retirement. I

'attla Perry News says the worst thing about these smoky days the graph.shed.And-Wewahltchka the family bus Breeze.under' 'mogewoa, n 1'8 8tn lab MOW pegs( eMpua.l Scbring-A large force of work rJ: t: .. . -

&; is the ease with which a creditor can slip up on you D Xpnajra S.9qllalaod men la rapidly getting Kenllworth t
Funny about women; when one viL, lodge In readiness for the coming
-0 of 'em lies about her own age she 3aJtt1.1'OJ 8 01 BJU3D not tourist season. Kenllworth lodge is

Aviation will be more popular when you can have the is kittenish, but when one of 'em ..Ia.8'8A1neAl\ \ MOH one of the most attractive and

ti engine repaired and the empty gas, tank filled in midair..- lies about another woman's' age she .MOtte. B JO UP. 18'891. 9q ,n modem hotels In the state. The
la cattish.-Tampa Times. And entire building Is being painted Inside
o when the real truth comes out she 'MOtpSau\ ?no ){ pull n.9t11 and out the floors varnishedand _
Punta Gorda Herald Is sheepish.-Clermont Press. aq D3 the furniture la being reno-
I says in this day and time the workbasket !MOtr\ ( 01 )ou m. no eqs3t11tnamoll vated. I

:i i can usually be found where pa sewed on his last but- Life is --0--mainly a battle and a S.U I tlM
'tr81DO/A 8 sal.l.lO/a\; lvgl8u1gl4Sav I -
ton. gamble you'll lose if you wIn.- : va. egi n0 Benson Springs-Plans are beIng
Starke Telegraph. And man doesn't --- made at the orphanage here
,''t o. have to punish those who have '. nave They for the erection of a cottage homo
: t PostofIices are displaying placards telling patrons to do done him wrong.; The laws of the '(Avon, Park Sun.) for boys, to be known as the 0 A. / a

; their Christmas shipping' early. You can't ship until you Divine world will take care of all' Florldansj! most answer the ques- Radford memorial. The memorial vvw
that.-Bronaon JournaL tion themselves. building is to be the gift of Mrs.
a hop. -- Kelly Hash former Highlands M. L. Radford of Sanford in mem-

} ., 0 The time to advertise for more county attorney, now in Washington ory of her husband, G. A. Rad
business Is when you want more ford.
About the best advice so far issued to sportsman is contained business. Starke Telegraph. as follows, writes: a Republican journal -

in these words: "Limit your shooting rather than shoot That's why the mall order people They (42,000 Democrats who Palatka-Receipts of the Palat-
the .limit! get.the cash business and the local voted for Hoover) supported Mr. ka post office for the last six *
merchant gets credit customers.Wewahltchka .- Hoover because they believed it months period have shown an Increase -

,' t. 0 Breeze. would be to the best interest of of 40 per cent over the fig-(

_ _ The way elections on horse and dog racing are going I --o-- Florida. that be be elected. urea for the preceding six months 1 ,
He placed an .arm around her, In 1932 Republicans of Florida according to Postmaster George E. -
leads one to believe the legislature gave the people one thing waist should go forward with the full Gay This showing Is indicative of FRENCH PREMIER VISITS HOOVER: Pem1, WI

;, '' they wanted. And on her lips a kiss. 'I confidence that the campaign the general upward trend in business mier of Franco accompanied by his daughter Jotette. tart (for'
Then sighed: "Tis many a draught, pledges have been kept e and conditions, according to the incton to arrange with President Hoover concerted action bet***
0- United States and France in the end the world d I've had. the relief (sought by Florida grow. postmaster, who'Bald that no unusual attempt to
_. Perhaps China and Japan did not understand that the But not from a mug like this.". ere) was obtained. influences have been responsible as The twice United before State in history and France they thus have seek merged to merge their military econonucj Ithe I

l world war was fought for the purpose making future wars -Winter Haven Herald. Florida growers know what relief for the Increase. betterment of mankind, ,
"-o-- - --
they have gotten., Florida
unnecessary. bronaon Journal will take eggs growers ,and) business men know -
4t 4 on subscriptions but warns they bow much
o higher prices they are
must be fresh. A month-old paper getting than
now before Hoover
Wonder if having your false teeth slipping and sliding: for a month-old egg would be fair Theirs, .,Is";the, privilege, of an- -
_ about'is any worse than having your feet doing the same on trado.-Starke Telegraph. We supposed swering-next November. yr ',ir",
the Bronson Journal was
a wet pavement. _
-a over a month old.-Umatilla Tri- Says the Starke Telegraph: '"We
o .. have too many men going,to the
Among the news of each day can be found where some '-----o-find legislature for what they can get
that education
is out of it for themselves their rela
', truck figured in a highway accident' with more or less damageto about the only thing lying about lives and friends. A case in point -

a- the passenger car. loose In this world, and that It's Is the statement made by Repre- lts
I about the only thing that a fellow sentative Black of Alachua county PRICenn1IUania
i oWe I can have as much as he's willing to one of Bradford county's'
may call these times hard but a few years from now to haul away. Everything else that he wasn't worried

'' we are going to wish we could buy the necessities of life as screw-driver is screwed down is lost tight" and the over losing his lands in this
GeorgeHorace county because of five years' un-
cheaply we are getting them now.Lfabon Lorimer. paid taxes. At the next session be

a I Intimated a bill might be passedto
There is badness force '
commissioner. *
Falls (Me.) Enterprise suggests the best to to allow u\\\w
way In the best of us him and other large land ownersto e
improve the postal service is to stop mailing bills. If ,that But the goodnessIn redeem their prorerty for a S

,should be done would we need a postal'service.. the ,worst of us small percentage of the amount
Should restrain due. .It doubtful If the legislature .y-
? p Any can force counties to remit I
One federal judge has notified prohibition agents he From throwing mud county taxes to certain privileged

b wants no more "pint cases"'in his court. Perhaps the bootleggers At the rest of us., individuals, even,if a majority of p
t -Redding (Iowa) Herald. the two house 1
could be persuadedto _
: will take him up and deal only in pint cases. --o-- : betray the. small taxpayer.

u The smoke Editor Robinson, knows whereof

r* We seem to forget that the 'increase in price of car'Il- And The fogs' I he speaks and is, no doubt, commenting Tire

N censes Is only a fraction of what we have been relieved of in cowsAna hogs, him.: But on we a statement can hardly carried believe to Guaranteed 12 months '

-_ the shape of personal taxes imposed by the state, county and Highways with danger crowd! that R L Black U fool enough to I 1. ,

___ city. And we Issue such defamatory remarks on Against Damage o f $4-H

RemarkIt'a the Intelligence of his constituents. 30x3 1-2 __________________ .
0 best However,..right. or wrong Representative '
Mahatma Gandhi whose lack of clothing turns the To parkAt Black bad better correct Every Kind. 29x4.40 _ ________.:.._-______-
with has launched home-than wear a shroud.R. conclusively.. to Editor Robinson
i flapper green envy, an attack upon 5.3S
f E. :McCarthy In Perry New that his informant 29x4.50 _____ : J::
the nudity of English women. Reminds one of the pot and waa wrong or _:_.;.. ; _;.._----
Press accept,.responsibility of classifying: ; : 5'6S
kettle episode. : of an Alachua county voters a* a race 30x4.50 _______JLlill:: : ______
o earthquake bridge party. Some- of lmbecUe.r-High Springs Tele- M 6 3
thing must have slipped.Starke gram.. Prices on aU other 28x4.75 _____, :.. _-- '
"Jiggsin. Tarpon Springs Leader, runs in each Issue Telegraph. :Maybe it waa a typo- ..._oDe -- 6.7S 5

an article under the head "la This You?" in which he de- graplcal error and the Press ..Von Remember tires' in Proportion 30x5.00 ---------------__,. .
meant to( say "mlrthquaka.Inverness'Chronicle. ."- FIrst-When It used to break a 31x5.25 8.10
per6 Not If the mother's heart'when lIbe'saw, bel'boy ________ ____._
aon. party was made up"of husbands smoke, cigarettes T 31x5.50 "I 8.60 l lHM"
_ ________ ___ .-
(; lance will back up to the Leader office. and wives. Starke Telegraph. Second-When every man sported . ---

hF I o Maybe the Chronicle is right. Only I a heavy watch charm and a
r' let's call It a mirthful party and fraternal, ,button? 'MHUIIIW''v'HHslssEsKe' OBBDBi5 EKOHlBBBHBnBVBl BB >*'>a'1*
;, Hunters should be considerate of another man's property.
let. It go.-Macclenny: Press. Third -When pictures you now
'" This lack of consideration closed another piece of property to find In all',department store ads
Courtesy Service Station
E, hunters the second day of the season, this farmer stating he Of all the Florida newspapersthat used to be obtained only In French
come to this writer's desk the magazines f -
I was forcedto post trespass signs because of hunters stealing
Bradford: County Telegraph oft) Fourth When
a hold-up or II1UJ'od.r
Ida oranges and pecans. Only the hunters are to blame for Starke, gives the moat attention was an unusual event.? D. Montieth Prop. Phone 13 1

j K this curtailment of hunting territory, this particular farmer 'to IU mailing wrapper. This wrap Fifth -, When every dwelling ;

w having had no intention to close his lands against them until per U printed in red and green I had a parlor and every parlor bad 'Starke Florida '
ink Includea In the name of the I a center: table upon which was exhibited -
y .e we forced to do so. Respect the property of another. newspaper and itt address and : toe family; photograph ala ,

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