Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: December 4, 1931
Frequency: weekly
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Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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Noted Stoma-Leaders Present N.N.N.NN..4 N..4... Protect RoadsAttorney HIGH SCHOOL IN STARKECelebrating U"Rld'nt" Itarbtra>> --Such Program ,Appointed Chairman"Metter

Two Iu) ..lonLa 8t WeekIrlanaa. Would Work Real Financial.
WHY? -- hardship Home Committee
Nov. 28. Florida General Rules On Application Its first anual homecoming Margaret Long, now Mrs. B. C. -
rl of Democracy closed a twocosference - of Truffle Statutes day, students, alumni and Carroll Daytona Beach; Ethel Gainesville, Nov. 26.-A delegation Miss Pearl! Jordan of Starke, has
here today after Nov. 30. 1931. - friends of Bradford'' High School Griffin, Starke; Charley Johns, of gentlemen from the townsof been appointed again a-s. chairman
the state party toCulaa Editor Telegraph In an opinion just issued by Cary participated Thursday in an all Baldwin; Hulda Brinson, now Mrs.J. Waldo, Hampton and Lawtey of the Better Homes Committeefor '
principles and toward Starke, Fla. D. LandIs, attorney general enforcement day program feature, by foot. E. Corpenlng. Starke. visited The Sun office yesterday to Bradford and Union counties.
I In the coming! campaign. Dear Sir: of laws protecting the ball game In the afternoon and a 1924-Miss Isabel Fernandez, protest against an editorial appearing Thin is the eleventh natlon-wida if
ION adjournment the confer- Why do the people of Brad state reception in the evening. The football Starke; Blanche Alderman, now In the November Issue! of the campaign of Better Homes In i'
from buses
highways d
resolutions "approv- ford county pay 22 cents for another game between the'high school Mrs. S. P. Vandlvlere, Augusta, Sun In which attention was called America an educational organization -
lnd adopted recommending" gasoline when the same com- carriers that would have a eleven and the team of WillIston Ga., Miss Iris Epperoon married to the route of state road No. 13 established\ for public service '
urgently the convention system panies are selling it In Columbia deteriorating effect on the roads, High School was well attended, as Dole Vanslrkle, Hollywood, Calif.; through the center of those com- In the interest of home Improve-
Lromuljratlon urn to of party plat- and Union countiesfor falls upon the shoulders of the was the reception in the eveningat M'ss Eunice Perkins, Starke; munities and giving approval to ment. President Hoover Is honorary 1.{
''s condemned nepotism; call- 18 cents? state road department. the Woman's Club Building Laura Wynn, married, lives In :Mt. l Ideas suggested by Sun readersIn chairman of the organization ,
'honesty and economy In gov-, In these hard times why In his advice:to Robert W. Bent- The alumni of the local school Dora; Miss Mary Boyer Claudia communications urging the state and Secretary Wilbur is president. LET
*Icnt and asked for concertedto should the people of Bradford ley, chairman of the road depart- since the year 1898 total 187, Terry, Lawtey; Hugh Brownlee, road department to straighten out The headquarters office Is In Washington 1
to; overthrow the present county pay 4 cents more ment, the attorney general points many of this number attending the Jr., Atlanta, Ga.; Comer Long, the kInks. D. C., with Dr. James Ford]
economic policies of the i than the same companies are out that ,"It shall be the duty of reception Thursday evening Receiving Starke; Hamilton Ultch, Starke. Explanation was made that In charge as executive director. 1'
:trous asking 25: to 30 miles away? the state road department to main- In the library were the of. 192i--Fannle:
bllian. party. Darby, now Mrs. much of the prosperity of these The Better Homes campaign la Sn
leaders: agreed that the prime I Yours truly, tain the state roads and to protectand facers of the class Of 1932; President Phil MaguIre, Orlando; Rosa Levi- towns defends on continuation of designed to stimulate the Improvement
I In the 1932 campaign is an George P, Alexander, preserve, the same from trespassing Ralph Cox; I vice-president, ton, now. Mrs. Hugh Brownlee, Jr., the state highway through the i of housing/ conditions and!
Imle one and by.resolution Prairie du Chien, Wis. 'and injury and to prevent Evelyn Stump; secretary, Miriam Atlanta, Ga.; Miss Mlldrcn Gill, business section and that to bring abut a more wholesome typeof i
to "wipe out the such use of, and traffic on said Jacobs; treasurer, Louise Ed now Mrs. J. D. Doyle, of Starke; straighten the route, thus sending home and family life. The
] cn party .*..+.N..N..NN...N. pro-
Inal disgrace of unemployand roads as it or will be liable to in- wards. MIss Genevieve Rivers, Lake But- traffic along the outskirts, would grams carried out by local committees -
of bread lines and desti- NAS NARROW ESCAPE jure or destroy: the same." Miss Patsy Brinson opened the ler; Free Wynn, now Mrs. Eldred prove ruinous to the mercantile are determined' by the
[famllles In our land of wealth Laws have been passed and reception program with a piano Duncan. Gainesville; Frank Car Interests of men who have made needs and conditions In the com-
plenty"! In a wreck triangle at 3 o'clock I' were made more stringent duringthe solo and was'followed by Miss penter, Winston.Salem, N. C.; Gerald substantial Investments and whoRe munity. Features include lectures
-ude D. Pepper Tallahassee Sunday morning just north of last sessions of the legislature Mills :Miriam Jacobs who read a MIddleton, Starke; Charles success Is largely dependant upon and dlictiJBletiA! exhibits, contests* }
jmy. final speaker, held the Highland E. H. Smith bad a marrow protecting the highways from history of the graduates of the Darby, Starke; Oile Wiggins, transient trade from motoristsand and where possible the demonstrar
lence enthralled as he declar- escape from fatal Injuries buses over certain weights and license Bradford High Sobopl. Miss Evelyn Starke; Joe Slstrunk. Starke; others who necessarily must tlon of on : or more new or remodeled 4
[emocracy "offers the greatest when he was ,caught between a fees for different types of Stump sang "At &.wnlng"" (Cad. Charles Rivers, Lake Butler; Mo- pass: by the stores and filling stations I riounr-i to show how the better o
j to mankind. Blue Bus and the Times-Union delivery common carriers were named by man) and Miss Louise Thede gavea selle McGruder, Hampton, Russell built to nerve the public, types of homes can bu provided for
I Florida Refreshes Itselfenry truck, 'the impact wrecking the legislative body. The bone of piano solo. ,!If I Scott. The Sun's editorial In question, families of modest Incomes at cost
F W. Grady", said Peppered front and rear of his Cadillac and contention since passing the 1931 The graduates'of the B. H. S. 1926-Lois Edwards, now Mrs. aroused considerable reaction, re within their reach. Care and repair "
himself for great work damaging both truck and bus. Mr. laws has been the proper authorityfor from 1896 to 1930 were as follows -'Harvey Long, Starke; Natalie suiting In a protest meeting. The programs a means of relieving lyi
Islb! to his old home. So Smith suffered Injuries to one knee enforcing the laws. : Marcionny, Leola Fogg, Brooker; visitors yesterday submitted the unemployment during the l
refreshes Itself by a re- and body bruises keeping him tinder Although it Is stated in the opinion 1896-Miss Cornelia Peek who Thelma Snelgrove, married and following statement on their be- winter are being emphasised: again
I to original principles." ] a physician's care for several that the road department in- is now Mrs. F H. Long of Starke; lives in Georgia; Miss Annetta ball, after being assured that The'I this year These programs culminate
Dg It was fitting that "wed days spectors (as suggested) will not Claude Alvarez Jacksonville; Mr. Williams, Birmingham, Ala.; ,Jaa. Sun has no axe to grind and has in Better homes Week*
auk ourselves what we Mr. Smith was following the have authority to make arrests, Carlyle Peek of Chicago, Ill.; William Brownlee, now a dental always stood for what it considered I which In 1932 will be from April 24
i by Democracy. Pepper as- Blue Bus at the time of the accident the right to stop common carriers Perse Gaskins, now a prominent doctor, Boston, Mass.; Cleveland to be the best Interests of the to May 1. r
I has for Its first tenet the and both had pulled to one for' inspection purposes does come lawyer of Jacksonville; Miss Mary Norman. people I The findings of the president's

to relieve the burdens of side and stopped to..adjust their within their jurisdiction. Mr. Lan- Solomon, Jacksonville; Miss Lois 1927-Owen W. Griffin, Starke; "At a protest meeting held In conference of Home Building and
fld. lights in order to better penetratethe dis suggests that Inspectors be put Peek, now Mrs. E K. Perryman, Eugene I.. Matthews, New York; Hampton, Florida Tuesday; night, Howe Ownership, which will take "
i purpose Is to combat the, dense smoke and fog covering at key cities or on key highways, Starke; Miss Emma Pierce now Sam Stern rg. Atlanta, Ga.; Jon, In which citizens of Lawtey, place In the first week of Decem- ''
demand of A distance estimated at Mrs. L. H. Hill, Lawtey; Mills Ver- ber, will give added stimulus to
which govern- highway. and that they work In conjunctionwith E. Thomas South Jacksonville; Hampton and Waldo joined, an ar-:
more than their share. Hu- twenty-five feet separated the car deputy sheriffs. die Slstrunk, now Mrs. C. A. Futch, Cecil Whitehead, Lawtey; Miss tide appearing In the Gainesville tha Better lloraas catspalja: : this r

Ity It the word to Inscribe on and bus and while he was setting The opinion that enforcement of Starke; Mlsa Louise Fripp, Colum Florence Andrews, now Mrs Clifton Daily Sun was dlscW! ed. The. article year The studies of the various j
ocKcy** banner. Monopoly his spotlights, the truck struck the the laws regulating carriers on the bia, S. C.; Miss Louise Floreus. Brown, Lawtey; Guasle Mae urged the removal of death conference committees Include such
I overrun the people; goes rear of the Cadillac at a high rate highways falls on the road depart- Luther O. Powell. Starke; Miss Bennett, no wMrs Randolph Boree, traps on state highway No. 13 and subjects an the design of homes i r
kflly on and now citizens of of speed, the impact knocking It ment was stated following a meetIng May Fripp, now Mrs. Luther O. Starke: Miss Elise Jones, Gainesville referred specifically to the three home construction financing of
[rot no.longer".can get .food forward, into the,bacK. of .the bus here the first of the creek, when Powell..Stark. v-.' ; Miss Mary Canova, Starka; I above- '& towns.. homes, household management
e4ter. Soon the crisis of thee with Mr. Smith between the two. representatives of railroads and Miss Lois Tyson; Eva Powell, of Miss Edna Manning, now Mrs. Herbert "Citizens at Waldo and Lawtey homemaking, landscape planning;
t slit arrive. There la but Both bus and car 'carried rear !bus organizations, state officials Cocoa; Morgan Darby, Ft. Myers; Hart, Starke; Miss Lulcle !. protested the reference to their and planting for homes, the elimination -
tuner for Florida Democra- lights and apparently the truck and members of the transportation Miss Myra Darby, now Mrs. S. L. Mitchell, Starke; Fredrlka Strath, t towns. and stated that not a single ot slums and blighted areas,
driver did not see either until be committee of the state chamber of Peek, Starke; Ford Prescott. Dayton now Mr. W, W. Paige, Jr., Jacksonville serious accident had occurred farm and! village housing, home In-
farmatlon centers home furnishing
though unofficial, the con- had crashed into the Smith car. commerce conferred. Ohio; Miss Emma Darby, now : Miss Virginia Weeks, now either In Waldo or Lawtey. How- -
and decoration and standards
from all sections of Flor- The bus figuring In this acci- of Mrs. C. W Chalker New Orleans; Mrs. Frank Carpenter, Winston- ever, It was admitted that two fatal -i ,
vho declared the gathering dent was dup In Starke, at mId. The methods enforcementby Ullery:\ Davis, Starke; Miss KatherIne 'Salem, N. C.; Miss Harriet Hitch : crashes had occurred at Hampton and objectives.
the road department( of inspectors More than eight thounnnd com-
bIy the most representative night and at the time of the crash KUhl Leesburg, now Mrs T, Starke, Elisabeth Kendrick Mrs. ; but It was pointed out by eye]t.I
etc. : with 1031
agents, cooperating jmunltles took part In the cam- ,
kind since the last conven- was already running three hours Ilalllgon. Wm B. Glbaun, Red Springs, N. C.; witnesses that In the lattt accident
sheriffs.. of those at- and Homes In America
Many Hotter
palgn j
was held 31 years ago. I late on account of the fog. :Mr. deputy 1910-Ray White, died at the Laura Newell; Miss Grace Wood, the driver had lost control of his
conference have is forward to
the ex- looking even
Send Greetings I Smith had been on the road for tending Battle of St. Mlhlel, France, 1918. now Mrs. N. D. WainwrIght, Jr, car before be ever entered the
pressed the belief that if enforce- greater cooperation In the coming;:;
ges of greetings were ready nearly five hours covering that of the 1913-Markley Johns, Starke; Starke; Louise Pitts, Lawte ; curve, I
from Governor Franklin D. distance from Jacksonville, while ment follows,-preservation from Miss Melba Mathison, married and Autherlne Blanchard, Lawtey; Ha. "Citizens of Hampton also pointed year,
ovet! of to have made highways through protection lives In Fernandina.. xel Middleton, Starke Eunice .
New York and the truck Is reported ofthe roads ; out that in every instance wherean
it Spouse, of the national or-' the same distance in about two overloaded carriers 1914-Miss Jeannette Matthews, Whitehead, Lawtey. accident had occurred In their I /. II Crotalaria Boys

tlon. Governor Roosevelt's I. hours time.BEATER. will be effected. married Marcus Brown; died 1928-Gwendolyn Launt; Mary city the driver of the car was violating ! Make Fine Records }
age was "commend your March 31, 1929; Miss Allle Mae Lee Wynn, St. Augustine; Mattie the city ordinance by driving' -

pint of unity and cooperation.I I FIRE SATURDAY Haynes, married and Uves in Norman, Jessie Williams, now Mrs. at a speed in excess of 23 miles an This year 29 4-H club boys In, F
an excellent augury for vIe- Martin To Run Georgia Ed Dubin, St. Augustine; Reba hour The curve complained of is Union and Bradford counties under -
of progressive Democracy In The fire truck was called out 1913--A. J. Thomas, Starke. Maxwell now Mrs Leo Wiggins, entirely within the city limits of direction of County Agent L*
cause of good government. My late Saturday afternoon when a 1016-Mlas Mildred Crosby, now Hampton; Lois Galney married; Hampton and Is not near as sharpas T Dyer, have grown one acre each: ;,
wishes and congratulations to hot water heater In Judge A.. Z. For Governor Mrs. Charley J. Powell, Starke; Melvin Futch. either curve entering University In the Crotalaria club. Crotalaria ,
I all" Adkins home became overheatedand Homer Limbaugo Lakeland; 1929-Edna Mae Strickland, avenue In Gainesville, but Is a new crop in this section and
ouae told the conference by threatened to ignite the kitchen Edythe Warren Jacksonville. Starke; Iva Boyd, Jewell Wiggins, some motorists seem to think that I this la the first attempt to ba
r to Senator Duncan U walls. The flames were extinguished 1917-Drayton' Colley Winter Rutch Sternberg, Starke; Dorothy because a town is small they have made anywhere to have the 4-IC ,
kher: "I think we learned a and the damage: con- Jacksonville, No. 19.-John W. Haven i Miss Clara Moitt, married Sapp, Lawtey; Willie Mae Hlnson full right to drive through It justas Club boys grow it as a project. '
p lesson from the party strife fined to smoke. Martin, 'former governor of Florida and lives in Jacksonville; Miss Nolan Canova, Waldo; William fast as they please. The results this year have been,
p28.! Because of that strife theer I regarded as a potential candi- Doris Law married Frank Oren, Duncan, Starke; David J. Moore, "Prominent citizens of Hampton very satisfactory, according to Mr. p;
administration came' in gested "a widening of the gulf between date for governor in the 1932 election Winter Haven; Miss Eunice Rob- I Theressa, died May 23, 1931; WaIter nevertheless, went on record Dyer, who states that many of the! ;
1 lof the government' That Democracy and Republicans definitely announced his can- inson, now Mrs. Wilbur Archer, McDonald, Jr., Starke; Murrah as stating the city would give to boys have harvested over BOO Ibs*
*e must not be made again." ," didacy, in a statement given to theresa Tampa; Miss Lois Terry, Lawtey; Rooks, Stuart; Carlyle Ritch, ChIcago the state road department, abso of clean seed from their acres with
I round of applause greeted :Made it the sense of the confer- > last night. Miss Bessie Terry, Lawtey. ; Merrill Struth, Starke; Elmer lutely free, all the land they wanted the highest yield of 810 Iba. Thesoi
lag of the Roosevelt and ence that Democrats participating 1918-Miss Jessie Thomas, mar McMillan.\ on either side of the present boys are being organized Into club;
messages. in official party councils and primaries The former governor, who serv- ried Cleve Morgan. Ft. Pierce; 1930--June Bullen, Starke; LoIs road to straighten the curve In any for selling the seed cooperatively
Renolutlons ed from 1925 to 1923: stated that lllau Martha P'rippr Columbia. S. Starke Cornelius Edwards, fit." In addition to the value
In Brief be urged to abide by actionsof Coiley; ; manner they saw money 1
ray. resolutions adopted by such conference and principles.The he will begin an active campaign C.; Jim Klckllter Jr., Mayo; Wil L 'vtey: Louise Hayes, now Mrs. Glad to> Cooperate for the seed crop, the plant being sv: e
Iference were; resolution on the platform I after the first of the year which bur Scott'Orange City; Allan Ca- Frank Rhodes, Jacksonville; Gertie The visitors' made the statement legume adds a large amount oC
roving and urgently recom- convention said: "A statewide will reach Into'every county andImportan't nova, Bushnell; Gun Ueasley, Goose JoUm-on: I'e8I'IJOhnRon., Jeanette, that their towns would be plant food and humus to the soil 1;
ag a return to the conven- primary with no party platformhas city and town of the Creek Texas!!: ; Charles BeaMey! Johns Starke; Hallie Jones, Ft. glad to cooperate with the hIgh- i which will prove very valuable to
system for promulgation of destroyed organized Democracy sta:r::. In tilt announcement Mr. Winter haven<< ; Shep Thomas, Luke Myr; Sntelle Kendrick, Starke; way authorities in adding/ to the the succeeding crops. The boy ,
PlaUorms.i Martin stated that he had been Butler Clifford Tiitum, St > ugustlnef Starke Paul the that m
and party leadership and made ; Charles Klckllter ; safety of motorists through expect to plant the acres grew
emn1ng nepotism, hiring of I candidate for office a Dem- asked by persons aU over the stateto Raymond I Spier; RaifurdLppel'8 Knight Starke; Eva Marcotte Ha: placing: of such warning signs as Crotolarla this year to corn next q.
ben of theIr families by pub- every ocratic party within Itself. The r'! rater politic aM th'\t he had! : n. l1v1llo, vans Cub; Lena Belle Shepard, might be necessary. and in the year for their corn club acres. With ?+
Qiclalavnring when' the Demo- done so with reluctance after hopIng 1919-Kathleen Alvarez now Strike: ; Theluui Silcox, starke; I cone of Hampton It was will am- large quantities of seed wasting on
sendIng tc the nation. cratic time baa party come: In Florida must' be organized "tbat some candidate ,would Mrs. !>)''A. Mop:Beth) fftarke; ,Fl r- Ej4,<. Slan lniry! SUirke! ; Leah rID land Is available for the elimination the ground this fall, It ls expected, ;f
nVentJonl delegates authoritative ujiuite with a policy:: tad the once Matthews, now Mrs. M.' B. Struth, Stark; Hilda Sullivan; of the curve that has been that a heavy stand of the crop will
who< are It must in some
ed Democrats and share governmental ui-pj9 *.(o rut that r-'tcy |Into< ttfecL" UcLcn '.n, Stwfes; Emma Powell, Lest? Cy-ir-hcHz:: ) : ; glaze! Underbill, I _ia jjceao of fatal ucclJcikU, a come up when the corn U laid by
t the policies of commit-I way the state and require allwho'whorun now Mrs. Cob Tanner, Baldwin; Theodore Yuon< Leila Des Andrews remedy that could fce carried! out next summer, which will further ;
rat)'. policies for for pfflcfl M Democrats ,._...._"* - Anna Canova; r Jacksonville, ; Cleo Htarke:! Guy Andrews, Iris at smad cent. Improve the* land and Increase the

rtlng the principle of hon- andobserve Home Demonstration Mitchell Callahan; John Powell, r'rown, Brooker. It was further stated yester. yield of corn. s
l11 beeconomy ta to run on 'that"'policy AZalea SUrK; Hurota Wall i->U.'k ; Gary 1931 )l1sa Hazel Adkins, day that every small town now Much experimental work has e
government it elected. Club Adopts
ot after they are : Fernandez, SUrke; in maintainag been done with this at the
Ennls Miami; Horace 'Wilson.torn Starke; Alice has a serious problem crop:
where pub- Representative Democracy must be .. . __ _
IfclalJl! Flower '
01' members of For County' .. -rvnrla. Scott. now Mrs. S. Sarah Kelly, Annie Mae Pearce, its commercial activities on w" Experiment Station at uainesvuie.. ,
e, or concerns ID which the they leg- between preserved different if tnd political balance of C Carmen-- :;.-n'mono-' ,:a ww- .: ?,at............, I Starke; Cleo Thomas, now Mrs. scale that prevailed before the advent and reports show that one may expect
'modally departments The Home Demonstration wont,, Andrew, New River; Ruth, of good roads and the automobile to just about double his yieldof
Interested Carr Reddick
deal Mrs. R. J. starker
now Davis
with to be maintained. -
the Is L
rtments In government OlIn and girls of Bradford countvhave I ,;:' Telfalr w '
Private bua1. and New York
We therefore approve Coley City; . adopted the Azalea for th. noton, Hampton: Rachel 1 the larger towns and cities that Crotalaria without any other fertilizer.
for urgently recommend a return to Long Starke; Hollls Knight ton Dora attitude In fact test with one
concerted county flower.. an4 Sllc'lr",13tarke: : they have a ,
Pain.. ctiOD In the convention system for promulgation Starke. Muriel EpuadMa toward the small towns represent- farmer this year supetlvsed by Mr. d,
A.sked Curt10.
the party to of party platforms." The Azalea. an evergreen plant, 1921-Miss Mona Alderman, nnin g. 13tarke: :
to Increase of 40
princlplea i. well to this soil and can Starke; M as having a tought enough time Dyer shows an percent p,
founde on which It ,The words "urgently recom- adapted Tallahassee; Ruby Mae Poppell tree, Waldo Iris McRae, of the first
be bad in many colors. When In '' starke: Louis It U to keep going
ttIrmed mend" were added to the resolution Starker* Aileen Alvarez, now Mrs. Evelyn Strickland, as on the
u the Principle of bloom this plant cannot be surpassed W. P. Randall Jacksonville Miss Henry and Em- highways straightened so as year crotalaria was
t1 of atates, .w- today by the committee. The ; Hill, Jr.. Lawtey; ag traffic from the buslaps 'ground. Both crops were planted r,
Iterated the first draft last night only said "ap In beauty. :Maggie Maxwell, now Mrs. Claude ory Guy. Cocoa; Wilson Hayes, to take away together at same time and the
Is t cardinal local elt-govern prove. This change was hailed They are very anxious that every Hou. er, Hampton; Levy Canova, Starke; Billy Graham SUrke; Jaw :! areas. S : Crotalaria supplied the plant food t1;
can tom. tenet and suc- by proponents of the convention woman In Bradford county whether Starke; Orville Grlffls, Lake Butter Richard Wainwright, Starke; Richard OFFICE: MOVED while the corn was growing.
'led tvtUl. only from this as a victory toward their cause. club member or not plant as many ; Harry C\\ >Ta.. Norfolk. Va.; ; Long, Milton Brownlee Henry TAG There are great possibilities tat f

ecoDomy In honeaty, effIciency Women were reminded of their Azaleas as possible this winter. I Carl Johns, Starke. Silcox George Inman. Merrill ,. *. ,p. Crews has moved the this crop, Mr. Dyer believes, and g
ell Ult otrlce. political equality with men and Slips from older plants are easily 1022-Paul E. Canova Jr., of Futch Gary Overstreet, Starke: ra. US office for Bradfordautomoblla he through his club boys are ,;
.... a faUure Hoover adInlnJa011 were urged to cast votes with the, rooted.. Starke; Margaret Godwin married Stark.!eIrlsBHowaGeorgetaoetaolHowarcS '.l.. <"' IC9 of C. A. Fetch spreading the good news over the
elcusea thatith dheba Democrats In such "a great crisisas Miss Pearl Jordan, home demon- and lives In Jacksonville: ; Louise Miner Lawtey; Howard county to the... ... Mr. Fetch will two counties seeking to get It ?
Lad diitreaa rendered the present. tratlon agent bas secured lot Fernando, married, Mr., Yarbor- Moore, Ther..... In the old city laabe' .. the sale of started on every farm. ;,
I Wta In the United The conference adjourned With- prices-on Azaleas and roses, and ougb. died Jan. 3rd, 1929; NellieSterns An alumni association was form- assist Mrs. Crews fa. .
IIhouJd caused by world-wide out setting up permanent offlc..... would be glad to handle your orderon now Mrs. W.... Praetorius, ed with A. J. Thomas as president, tags for 1932. '__ Bushnell Surveyors from state
ked ytrs. be booted." : Harry H.' Wells, state committee these. 'PrIces not be given to Cocoa; Adine Watson, now Mrs. Harold C. Wall vice president and .. .. road department completing sur-
r OUt ot lift the I chairman presided at most of to- ndlyiduals. The order will be Horace Wilson; Earl Roberts :now John Powell. secretary and treasurer I Mrs. Juntas Smith and Mr. T. '., > of of road No..23, straight north
S lesson. distress day's sessions. placed by next week. Dr. Roberts Jacksonville.: The association plans to secure Alderman. The club auditorium ,r*>. city.
there for New Party The chair ruler" out of order 1923-Ras Brinson died Dec. 29, a scholarship for the most was elaborately decorated, red I ;front x -'..t-Network of structur-, '
r00m. .. lIe1ther lleeMlor motion to make Charles E. Jones, Palm Beach New Palm BeachHotel 1929; Madge :MJddl.ton, Starke; worthy graduate In each class flowers and foliage with black[) K.yWv ''rst floor of post office. 4..'
..... PDUtlca1 nor a'oPattaWD Martanna: ; permanent chairman to will open for winter season Joyce Terry Lawtey;Thomas Ltmbaugn. -' chaperones for the dance were: crepe paper making a striking I ,I al steel forwuildlng. being,,placed, ofSubscriptionFor ,,
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LOSES' LAST GAME next Wllll ton Is penalized 15 influence his character. It Is uu- games before
STATION B. II. S. HONOR HULL B. II. S. play Christmas.
itq1 f yards for holding. Quarterback ually safe to assume that a college schedule will begin SOOn but \

That, boys and girls, was the can- Low first grade-D class: Ida Willlston kicks off to Starke, punts to L. Robinson. student with a high standing In his large number of boys Will-net.lie
ned milk program from contented Lulu Davis, Patsy Keen, Joe An- Cox receiving the ball but does not' Fourth Quarter classes is of good character, has for the team. lit

cowa, We now turn you back to drews, Sara Barefoot, George return far. Cox makes 9 yards Starke has the ball. Cox makes strong perseverance and Is very in-
your home station. Flynn. around end followed by Mathenywho S yards through tire line. Cox dustrious. He is eager to advance (Additional school news J

This is station B. H. S. First grade-A and B: Harold makes half yard thrugh line. makes 1st down through the line. and take advantage of the oppor- -onp>

i Now boy and girls or girls and Ford, Douglas Pitzer, Armond Sternberg goes off tackle for first Mast makes 1 yard through the tunities that a college career af Tampa. -To review Mea

boys here we are again Friday Thomas Ellen Mersereau, Jessie down. Cox fails to gain at line. Cox !line. L. Robinson passes and a WIl-'fords. progress of the past year In
night and another of Less Robin- Mae Slade, Carl Johpson, Olson hits line again for 2 yards. Math- llston man intercepts. Ambitious and enegertic studentscan da, approximately 500 preedit-
son's bedtime stories-Bice the Thomas, Carrie Belle Bennett, eny makes 4 yards thru the line. Williston has the ball. Halfbackhits go to college If determined, laymen and visitors will atleild
Dust. This program is sponsoredby Violet Johnson, Beatrice Tlllls. Matbeny punts and kicks to the 18 line and fumbles and Ma- .whether wealthy or poor, as there 88th annual session of the P1Gr.u

the Wreckum and Breakum Second grade: Betty Green, Lily yard line.Willieton. theny recovers for Starke are many ways to work out tuition conference. Methodist EpacxlJ.! .

i, i furniture movers whose slogan Is Jenkins, Thelma Mae Ricks,Doris has the ball. Halfback Cox makes 2 yards over end. and board. church South, which CO 'SIlIi
"Don't let other people break your Kruse, Sarah Bullock, Jacqueline takes ball and starts run but playIs Mast makes a snappy 1st down Lucile E. Edwards, Tampa December 9, with hi
furniture, let us." Andrews, Edith Mae Taylor, Dor- called back and WIlliston is penalized around end. E. Robinson hits line Eng. HI A. John M. :Moore of Atlmu.; C
The last time we left Less Rob- othy Green, GeraldIne Silcox, Thel- 15 yard placing the ball on for yards. Cox loses 1 yard in at- presiding.
Wei inson he was being gagged by his ma Bryan, Robert Judd, Davis Gas- their 3 ;yard line. Halfback makes tempted end run. Cox makes a SAY IT AGAIN -

interesting listeners here at the sett Leon Dixon, Marlon Crews, M. 2 yards through the line. Fullback 1st down. Mast falls to gain at Wiliston-The work of tun.
i. studio, but by special permission of C. Thomas, R. C. Bagwell, Donald punts but it is half blocked and line. E. Robinson makes 2 yards: Grandmother; "Lester, I wouldn't and putting gutters on Noble

the coyprlght owners we presenthim Duboise, Freeman Register, Oth- Sternberg recovers it. through the line. Cox loses 1 yardin slide down thos bannisters." nue is nearing completion,aol,
+ 'tfl a to you again. ma Haynes. Sternberg hits line but play is end run. L. Robinson passes andit Lester: "Wouldn't you say; you other week will find this
td j 6, FI dI Well I guess that will cool me Fourth grade: Ralph Rhodes, called back and Starke receives a S Is incomplete. couldn't. about completed. After the CII1,1
:I I off. Folks you have just listened Jessie Ricks, Billy Jackson, Tom- yard penalty. Again Sternberg WillIston has the ball right closeto are put in the street pavbg .

rql: it Sept. 25 Lake Butler ____ Here to that nit wit announcer who my RItch, Ruby Conner, Juanita takes ball but play Is called back I their goal. In the first three Beverly: "uon pull tne spark be widened on each side etaSfc

We-13 They-0 heralds my program every Fri- Barefoot, Doris Crews, Mary Lou- and Starke Is penalized 5 yards for tries they gain 1 yard. Quarteback down, it heats up the motor." giving a total width< to this M.3

i I 6,; + d I'' Oct 2, Cblefland __________ Here day night. ise DyaL off sides. E. Robinson makes S' punts on fourth down to Cox who Louise T.: "I will too, it looks ful avenue of 40 feet This It:ml
Ii We-7 They-0 The title of tonight's story is the Fifth grade: Ralph DuboIs, Jew- yards through the line. Matheny brings the ball back to their 28 better this way." necessary, due to the fact ul I
plyt; Oct. 0, Live Oak _________ There' "Three Little Bears." ett Fogg, N. T. Rltch, Jr., Billy punts, it goes out of bounds on the, yard Une.Starke. over this distance from the Ittl
+ We-7 They-23 Once upon a time, way up northin Taylor, Lorraine Hartman, Gloria WlUiston 30 yard line. : has the ball. Mast fails section of 5 and 19 to the Seabo]
i rql "Don't think the stars
c Oct. 16, FernandIna _______ Here Florida, there lived three bears. Johns, Mary Jane Judd, Melba Pre- Williston's ball. Halt back makes: to gain at line. E. Robinson makes Mary wonderful: "you crossing this street will hjw
We-33. __.____-___ They-0,: Now these bears were not the kind vatt, Mae :Prevatt, Allie Mae Slade, 8 yards around end. Halfback hits 1 yard through line. Cox goes for a are ? carry traffic from both hlghn
J. p "I'm not in to
: a position
)f i 1 y Oct 23, High Springs: ______ Here you see in circuses and zoos, but Ploy Thomas, Lucy Ana Dew, line, but play Is called back and' 1st down. E. Robinson makes 5 which are two of the heaviest heeled
;all We-0 They-0 the wild and woolly kind. Mary Harriet Bishop, Era Ed- Williston Is penalized for oft sides. yards through line. E. Robinson say. In the state.

Oct 23, Lake City _________ Here The bear's names were Paw, wards, Clara Flume, Mellie Silcox, Halfback passes to quarter whichis hIts line but play is called back and -
Lester: "An' what
t Maw and Little 'un. Paw bear Doshla Smith. might your
+ r5 We-O They-20, was Starke Sarasota $40,000,000
.4 good for first down. Fullback receives a 15 yard penalty ads
, { 6 Alachua __________ Here an going chap plenty of mon- Second grade: Harry Kellum, name be?
!,t yq, Nov. : easy ; makes 6 yards through the line for roughness. Cox falls to gain at I Girl: "Dyna. eum built and equipped by I
M We-O They-0 ey and nothing to worry about- Selma Thornton. line. Ringling, circus
halfback makes 1st down throughthe Mast loses 6 yards at line. I owner wffli
+ '' t h y Nov 13, Trenton ..__. ,.____ Here the same with rest of them. Third grade: Harold Bishop, line. Halfback makes 6 yards L. Robinson passes but it is Incom- Girl Lester: "Dyna what to ? opened to public about Jan.SayitwithFlowert.
We-7 They8Nov. The summer snows had Just dIs- Owen Dyal, Billy Grlffls, Grace E. : "Dynamite some people. 1932.
through the Una. Halfback fails to plete. Robinson fails to gain at
20, Jasper ..._..___- There appeared in sight and the bears Green, Irene Hodge, Eloise Hayes, gain at end. Halfback it is line.
We-12 were coming out of their dens Gladys Johnson, Frances Over- passes I Williston Mrs. Perkins: "What's worryingyou <0 -._._._ ....,....
They-13I incomplete. Halfback makes 20 has the ball. Halfback "
I,, lij.t { u Nov 27, WIlliston ._______ where they had refrigerated all street, Margaret Pearce, Alice Pet- around end. Fullback fails makes 1 the ?
: yards yard through line aa
4 We-O They 7' winter, mean hibernated all fall. In erson, Ruth Wyman. S. R.: "I was just wonderinghow
? the
to around end. Halfback ends.
+ gain game
Total Point. for Season I thIs den there were four rooms, Seventh grade: Mildred Brown, many legs you gotta pull out ]
C X t B. H. S.-79 Opponents-71 ; "Kitchen, Bedroom and Sink" star- Ula Mae Dyal, Don Stllley, An- makes makes 2 yards 1st around down.end.Halfback Halfback WilY COLLEGE S TRAININGIS of a centipede to make him limp." -.-.-.-_....... '''
ring Wheeler and Koosely oh drey Taylor. .
9' ; par- makes 1 yard through line, Half- WORTH WHILE The members of the football Flowers For All
don me have mixedup.
LAST GAME my program Eighth grade: A. W. Anderson.
back makes 3 -
In one room Paw bear slept, Ninth grade: Jack Bradley, yards through the squad wish to express their thanksto
line. Halfback hits the line and College training is worth while Dr. for his services Occasionseo
Last Friday five of the Torna- In another Maw bear, in the other Blake Jackson, Alma Thornton for Biggs ren-
carries the ball to 1 Inch line. Halfback many reasons.
loes played their last game of high little bear slept Now after a long Martha Powell, Helen Mersereau, hits line and fails to make Colleges are more or less Just a dered during the season. eo ._._ _ _
z' school football. Captain Ben winter fiesta the bears had con- Dorothy Sapp, Myra Frink, Louise continuation of the ETANDERSON
the touchdown and they lose the high school
The Bradford Hi
basketball U C
I" } Sternberg, who played end; Lester sumed all their food except some I Snyder. courses in an advanced degree. In
Price Robinson the soup but the was scheduledfor I Tenth Lois Adkins ball.Matheny team will begin practice soon and
quarterback; soup grade: Eth- punts from back of goal order to get the benefit of the ad- into
get before the
Ortho Matheny tackle; Ralph dinner. Soup was not enoughfor olyn Barron Martha Brownlee, vanced shape holidays.
it is
ball courses to
placing the on Starke's 35
.Cox half and Paw bear's dinner he hook- Vera necessary There will be no games before Phone 39 Waldo Fill
Mast so
i right ; Henry Gainey, Kitty Hogsed, Louise yard line.WIlliston. attend college. ,
'left half are the graduating members ed the boat and trailer onto 'the I Jackson, Janet Kelley, Lots Long, has the ball. Halfback Some colleges specialize in only the holidays. There will be no

< of the team. Occasionallythe family runabout. When all the Earnest Morgan, Marguerite Pre- makes a first down. one course, for example: Medical -- ___
of the team different things had been put in the car vatt, Sinclair Peek
boys played Alta Reim, Second Quarter and dental colleges. For some Sensational Discovery 666 SalveA
positions on the team but the bear family moved on to the Fred Shaw, Marjorie Stump, Dor- Halfback falls to gain around professions it is absolutely neces- ,
,+ t+ t .showed to their best in the ones tune of "The" Bear Went Over the othy. Swanbom, Annie Laura Tucker. end. Fullback makes a first down. sary to attend a college. A per- Doctor's Prescription for Treating Colds Externally |
above Mountain.
Quarterback makes 2 yards thru son cannot be a physician withoutthe
', 14t Each of the players have done While on the way they ran Eleventh grade: Mary Brownlee the line. Halfback makes 1 yard years of study and practice Everybody Using It-Telling Their Friends
much to the honor.of across "Red", dear ole Red. Lucille Edwards
uphold the She ,
'I I Hope Haynes, which
end. are obtained from
over Halftrack the colleges -
; throughthe
; school. They always played a was going fishing too, but thebear's Clyde Morgan, Harmon Morgan, line for a touchdown.goes Quarter. and so it Is with many other $5,000 Cash Prizes for Best Answers

to hard, clean game presence changed her mind. Mildred Morgan. makes extra point by professions.A "Why You Prefer 666 Salve for Colds"The
i They will be missed from the The bear saw Red and Jumped out Twelfth grade: Ortho Matheny, pass. student
Williston kicks off to Cox. Cox college always has a
campus as well as by the team and of the car after her. Finally he Ben Sternberg, Melba Silcox, VIc- makes a good return, bringing it to higher place and social standing In Answer Is Easy After You Have Tried It
we hope to hear of them making caught her, he bit her leg, chewed tor Thomas, Evelyn Stump. the
the middle of the field. Cox makes professional and commercial Ask Your DruggistFirst
good on some college team.VOLLEY off her ears, ate her hands and put world.
8 yards over end. E. Robinson He always has many ad-
H out her eyes. Goodnight children, THE STAR SPANGLED makes first down. E. Robinson vantages over the high school student Prize $900.00; Next ten Prizes $10000 each; Next I tn

b BALL pleasant dreams. BANANA makes 3 yards through the line.E. for example, he can obtain a prizes $:\\0.00 each; Next forty Prizes $25.00 each; Next one hm
i 7i I Robinson makes 3 yards throughthe position which requires a highly Prizes $10.00 each; Next one hundred Prizes $5:\.00 each. In cBlloI
,,1: Who won today? CAMPUS HUMORS It was in the year of 1402, line. E. Robinson makes first educated person and the high tie identical Prizes will be awarded. Rules: Write on one sided?

t t.( p F-r-e-s-h-m-e-n 1 Columbus set sail with daring crew down through the line Cox makes school student has very little per only. Let your letter contain no more than fifty words Teirij!
F What was the score? Miss LoyseUe Turner went on a He covered water for seventy days S yards through the line. Cox chance in competition with him. A Top of 666 Salve Carton and mall with letter to 666 Salve CoD

4 3313. sight-seeing tour to Miami duringthe Until he and,his crew were In a makes 1 yard through the line. E. person with a degree Is usually Jacksonville, Florida. All letters must be in by midnight Jaiutir9
What? holidays. daze.It Robinson makes lilt down. E. Rob- given preference over the person 1932. Your Druggist will have list of winners by February l lilt

: Yes, sired! Miss Beverly Cady spent Thurs- inson hits line and a Williston: man without college training. A college 666 Liquid or Tablets with 666 Salve :Make a
The "rats" surely handed the day evening in Lawtey. was midnight on the ocean, grabs the ball out of E. Robin- student cultivates friends that may
1 juniors and seniors a surprise in Cleo Shepard participated In a Not a street car was In. sight-. son's hands, and Starke loses the I Complete Internal and External TreatmentYu
volley ball this afternoon. The treasure hunt Friday evening. And everything Columbus saw ball.

"rata" started scoring. and walked Miriam Jacobs motored to Was hidden In the nightIt Willlaton has the ball. Halback
away with the game. Gainesville Wednesday.
makes 1 yard through the line.
"Rats" played an excellent game, Cleo and Miriam had a hurried was winter in the summer Halfback loses
yards at
determined to win. And did we? trip to Green Cove Springs and The snowflakes fell like glass attempted
-e plunge. Halfback
< 1st
(See what the "rats" can do.) Jacksonville to secure an orchestra The barefoot boy with shoes on down. Starke takes time out. Halfback cant Have too

;t Whose gonna win this week for homecoming.Lester Stood sitting on the grass. makes 3 yards around end.
Come on "rats", we're betting on Price went to Gainesville, _Debated. to the unknown Sax Halfback makes 8 yards throughthe
:( player line. Halfback hits line for 1st
J ---....-.1. down Quarter makes 2 yards in

tw I i SCHOOL DAYS it By DWIG quarterback makes 1 yard sneak.through the Halfback line. muchSAFETYlr

Halfback makes 1st down. Half 1 -

back passes to quarterback whichIs .
.. "o "
,bra 1 ? good for 10 yards. Halfback ,.. .: "" .. . .
makes 2 yards. Quarterback passes ,
i ; d j ONWbt I ea a MooNnaet MVr but it is ..
incomplete. Halfback falls
{ t1t0. tD"tti tq ,vtTt9 S tseew. to gain at line. Halfback passes, ,, Years ago when 40 miles per hour was a maximum ]

+ 'I wDOty INlb Hen WINDOW STard. 4'i i but is Incomplete. speed any tire would, do a satisfactory Job.

-, Anil$TbeA''I%OdiD FaSS 3dsfecT Yea. SLeePIwC.p NDTSwetllY Daesnrwra, Starke's ball, Mast makes a fin .;.ti.:' But now Few tires are capable of keeping pace wil6
J end run for 32
eADS1he9hMaa yards. Cox loses 1 """
ti HeyfoRea+
iris kisses ow ur the times.
,' l Ql was TNe t'oaruN6! aotot$ ftA yard at line. Mast makes 5 yards \ Tim' I
f l tNKd pH b 4 fa, 1'D roiot over end. 'T \ We In all sincerity can recommend Pennsylvania I

i, ,f tsdG'I1uw. Ctor4 Third Quarter \ for today's high speed travel 60-70-80 it makes so |
I Matheny starts the second half difference.

by kicking off for Starke, placingthe
ball well into Williaton's territory They are modern designed especially for the retied:

1 Halfback makes 6 yards tlonary rhanges In today's powerful cars. Every .
i.. w,,,, w.t USTs"" brought the line. Halfback makes fco tioniswithathoughtofgreaterSafetyiou j
To ty'
LtS7eN first down through the line. Halfback I.,

s ..M u",.,.". .."............,'. t f MSOo y loses 4 yards on _a fumble. ,." f DO! ilALLENGE SAFETY. sit

t ', 2 ..+ 1Q 1'eU'fo4J T'<'ATtI'f. I Quarterback for 8 passes it and is good Penn)Ivanla Tires, with all they have to offer are
Yal / yards i
{ yoee\ competitive In
+r J asonYA't tai' .\ 'c&S 1b rt StatJ( h!s the ball. Mast makes _

t SMt: djtriHptlRHViJ jHgEddMER doo000YQti' a> yards around end.' E. Robinson
MEJHS makes 2 yards through the line. .1
Yqs 'F
I 6a& 1roRt:4ta VoII
MR. Ti1g iL: ,""vce. Mast: maktft a 1st down through .'

Qp.Me trial the lla*. El Robinson makes 3 yards ,
y, trOW! r t & .
? through the lIne. E. Robinson falls
to gain at line. E. Robinson make
_t1 1 yard through the line. The back-

/ field gets in a Jumble and loses the

I :5it I ball __
1 .. : Wtniston had the ban. Halfback "
: : J Pees' 2 yards as he trial to go over
l f
is i iI ''end. Halfback again loses 2 yards "
at line: On that play Willistonwas S UQSuS
I J ,f penalized 15 yards for unnecessary 1.r
roughness.: Halfback tries PennsylvaniaCourtesy \ "
pan but It is Incomolete. Quarterback .
; punts to Cox of Starke who
r brings It to their 16 yard line.
Starke has the baIL Sternbergfall
to gain around end. E. RobinIOnson -
fails to gain at line. E. Rob- Service StationD.

1r inson falls to gala at lin.. Math-
t eny punts and ball goes of of

crTtf a bounds Williston on WUlIaton's has tar boll.10 yard Halfback line. A. Montieth, Prop., Phone 13

hit line two times in succession

( 11 g 4,1 IelAWrs1tTYt'i for a total of 8 yards. Halfback Starke Florida1"1"
makes 1st down. Fullback: makes I ,

3 yards through the line on the s

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Ocala-Final approval to the their own homes here, It was station, about 10 miles east of hand, he took them In custody. But Florida's wonderful climatetell Yorktown Sesquicentennial, and
new contract with the Florida brought out at the sessions of the Lake City on the Old Spanish Walker failed to observe a third ing the public Just what Florida tile way In which It was conducted.Mr. <<. 't'
VESThTE NEWS Power Corporation was given by Florida Association of Real Estate Trail, In what In. looked upon by man who was driving the automo- had to offer. This would be the Goodman, in giving a report : ''
the council when It authorized Boards. Reports from other citiesin those familiar with \
city the project as bile, in which the two had arrived. outstanding progressive move In on his Yorktown stay, and his interesting -
the mayor and the president'! of the state showing a smilar ratio one of the most important steps As he marched the pair to the police the history of the state, said Sam- experiences there, expresses -
the council to execute the paper. I of winter home owners was pointedto ever taken by the Forest Service station, the third man drove uel W. Gumpertz, millionaire ex- the Idea that St. Augustine !
-The ninth annual Lake I The new contract which gives the by the realtors as Indicating an and the Bureau of Chemistry in alongside and whacked Walker on ploiter and owner of Coney Island, should at some time in the future) j, ,
usUs-poultry Show will open at city an estimated average rate of Increasing Interest In the north In all of its excellent work, to date the head with a sand bag. The trio New York's summer playground. plan for a celebration on a national ':
sty adminletration building in 1.07 cents per kwh as compared to Florida as a winter and all-year. to help the south. escaped. scale, getting governmental aid. jd
old December 10. and the present average of 1.65 centsper place of residence. --'- {
St. Cam
- Augustine Capt.
e tis ThturdSay, December 14.anford kwh,, will go Into effect December - Lakeland'. H. Walker, subur- Sarasota-Florida should establish -' Goodman, who has spent the sum- Fort Myers Community Congregational J
;; of the 1.Lakeland Lake City-Federal government ban resident, almost caught some an advertising bureau, at a mer at Lake Hopatcong, N. J., church to be known ,
Construction experts are getting started at the horse thieves early today. He saw central point, with trained pub- stopped over In Yorktown, Va., en- In future as Edison Park Community I'
s ty road' known as the Sam-New Approximately 135 newly established experimentalforest two men trying to run his horso licity men in charge and distribute route south at the request of W. Church, opened for services and; \
winter residents of Lakeland own and naval stores research out of the pasture and, in all the world J. Harris, \
cut 'link theuroad gun publicity over on to get some data on the will be dedicated In January. t'
oa In from __ ___
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Ptna' has been start- -- _On. _._. ,_

More than 4.0,000 a
y arianna
cover crop aeed
of winter
b farmers ofe "
bought ykson ;
d ,
been county this tall and will .\ .
planted\ ; as soon as there Is suf- ':? .... ....., -.... V/ ....

eat rain. to reef NEWCHEVROLET

r'a uchula the--local According express office, Announcing a SIX

"o barrels of froglegs were .., '
La from Wauchula from Nobel' ,

1st up to and IncludingLmber ,
15th.ort : ::::! --

Lauderdale; :" The Lucken- .

h Steamship Company. Inc.. of ,'. '
York is seeking Information>
11/ ng Port Everglades with .
:2Tto making the Broward -.: r " .r" :',< ,,' '.
\!bar a port of call. :; :,::'::, _

rampa-ordered-A by special the county election com-has :.;'.\' ;I.;. ::''.;":,",",, " .A." I
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ssion'n whether for January the people 20. to of deter-Hills- , : '. : '-, T THE: : : : :: : $

rough ne county want a horse and <: ,: :r.. :\,: :: y,' ,/ ,
/track plant near the Twentyond -

street causeway,. In East ;' .
. ,I
mpa .
ntusville Opening of citrus
kIng plants In this section, has
ved the unemployment problem ERICAN
r a great many local. people, its .
revealed from interviews this
wing with prominent local ':'H, I, ,

ckers. ', ?"' '
; .
sebrtaff-Two northern visitors
nt bass fishing off the Schroe-
r pier In Lake Jackson. and I'

light a strange string. Their I" ,. '.. FOR 1932 ,
and two
tcb three "hell-divers" :' .
the liveit "
The birds spied /
rons. '
wiggling on the hooks and H'
: .
ved after it.JacksonvilleEarly ,
r , .L1 ,
reports frome
north and east. indicate that
ere will be approximately as .. .;
uch travel into Florida this seas j'" I
,n In years past, an* Florida
owe more spirit of optimism with 4.
talk of depression than any .
lion of the United States.

Amp RelY, season Smyrna got-off New to a Smyrna's success- !Silent Syncro-Mesh shift Faster quieter getaway

jJitart: and the city docks are the i it
Pent of great activity. Prosper- ,;l' hr
11 has returned to a number of
een of the sea and to several hun- .
red negro shrimp pickers whod '

not worked for many weeks. /, Simplified Free Wheeling Smoother operation .

Trenton-The third meeting of
he Southeastern Peanut Pork Pro-
ucers Association, organized in
'aldosta last summer, will be held
n Trenton next spring. Trenton ,,:' Fisher Bodies
u named as the next meeting '; Improved six-cylinder engine Smarter

lace of the association at its see- ,. _
ad meeting, held in Ozark, Ala. r
I :

Bradenton-A canvass. of citrus -

'loyes ounty asking were revealed houses working that throughout than more at em-the theme 60 horsepower (20( % increase) Greater comfort and vision

date last yea. Several of i
e larger firms reported that more / F
en had been added to their forces
till season and that they expect

good year. 65 to 70 miles an hour Unequalled economyremarkable

Miami-Spoil, dredged up In the r
idening and deepening of Miami
river will be used by the city of ....
Miami to create a series of small , .
islands in Biscayne bay. to form a .r'I Sixcoauxouttomorrowl Its low-priced automobile. And all of the o anew
reakwater .. new Oielrolet appear-
as protection for bay-
front park during storms and to 'THE, strikes a smart new note in motor car styling. features are offered in twenty different modela I, ', '

rotect In the the city present yacht yacht basin.anchorage .. /'y; '' Its performance combines the greatest thrflb of modern each styled in a new and distinctive manner in keep. :.. ," ,

Miami Beach--During the past _. :' '; motoring. Its new features include: many of the important Inc with the !fines traditions of Fishy craftsmanship ;

twelve months there have been 04 I' developments m engineering and oraftBmansbip.ltactually : automobile the ...;
To develop such an outstanding< as
residences built in :Miami Beach,
averaging more than $16,000 per i loJc JtA. control: and perform notMng new Cherro** Six at such low prices Gherrolet baa .1 1 ";

residence; 18 apartment houses, you hare.. associated with low price before. the /,
"averaging more than $20,000 each; r Utilized,every adrantage of its present position as ,' y yAteOri7tlar

10,000 store each buildings; one, church averaging at *over 23,- '.'.'i;. . A hft.ol'lbe- outstanding, Hfehngbtit-of this new car araBstedalofO t limlder of a aoanaa.+n.. And Chevrolet r w

000 and one hotel, at 40000. _*w of lie typical aarancementi. : andtrngjoremgats presents this new car-proud Jn ths knowledge that 'ot -:,

Pahokee-Approximately- $100- ,""! .that make the new Cbevrofat ndb a it represents the Grant American Ftala! far' 1912, ,

000> a week Is pouring Into the 'a..,;: \ / ;.." }: :
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Okeechobee area as truck farms ''''';,, i'' ' ,. 0( ._ [ -r -- f1"- .If J -.- -- .... ',',;', AI
turn -', ''I.j ?+ )a. f fFti
out 50 carloads '
of beans
daily. ; :.
Shippers \, '+.
report the loadings are \ a
( ,
the heaviest on record, and farmers .
: ( ,
,., ,_ II. .
are gleaning 75 ; :
cents to 11.25 $
for : f ,*
each r '
hamper of beans. Pahokee 475
the leading shipping point.TampaRepresentatives :,- ,. .;,',. PRICED AS F.o.n. FLINT
,<"* LOW AS
of a
syndicate of Cincinnati sportsmen
I have
deposited with the
I COmmlllllloners"! !a certified check for December 5th

IE peclal,00o election to defray to be the held cost January of a On display tomorrow, Saturday,

ou the question of locating and
I operating two horse racing tract. SEE YOUR BELOW
hP. dog track and other sports fields
ere. I

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awarded 8laurary f Plant 109.3 City-with bUshels of Springhead per a acre production, Vernon was Torode Chevrolet Company F

4'H first prize In the annual
bboy. club contest of HUlsbor-

honors went Second .
the Davis of Florida
lame Place WhOM production Starke
:erfz. suns 103 bushels and third ,
KIrkland of Cork.
With a 1 Jvo.l
Hf urn PI'OducUoQ of 101 bushels .1


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:MlM Ads nimmtn. Cor. -
The Christian Endeavor held their Green Cove Springs, Nov. 27.-

regular monthly business meeting, A horrible accident occurred li
Rev. F. M. Taylor, Miss Alta
''i tpfl Monday evening, at the Presby- Hicks and Mrs. J. P. Sullivan attended Green Cove Springs; last Sunday a'
terian manse. AU officers and twelve fifteen o'clock when Mra
the New River Baptist As-
-- -. chairman of committees were pres- Jennie Mosley Wilkinson was accidentally / d
sociatlon, which convened at Law
ent and presented splendid reports. shot and Instantly killed
; ? i W. ENTERTAIN:: under the direction of Mrs. Alice tey last Saturday and Sunday. As Is always the case in suet e

1;t Yl' '4 WITH TKKASUKE: HUNT Langford. During the afternooithe MISSION STUDY CLASS OF Rev. McCauley and wife were tragedies, nobody really know e

will be held, visiting here last Sunday, the
AND TURKEY RIJNNKK regular meeting PRESBYTERIAN CHURCHThe how the accident happened, anc
and officers for next year will b< guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Wilson -

I.. a r The Y. W. A.'s of the Baptist elected. All members are urge d mission-study class of the and Mrs. I. J. Priest. were many current explanations on the of streets the tragedj, but

church entertained with a treasure to be present. Our little town was unusually
4 ,
Presbyterian church met at the the most reasonable, and probably:
t the social hour the hoe last Thanksgiving day, and
and dinner Friday eve- During quite
turkey home of Mrs H. II. Tuesday
i 1 bang Young the correct story Is that Mr. Wilkinson
1 ; tess served a salad 1 course to the at 7:30: p. m. 'a' devotional union
: % night. Mrs. George H. Lowry foia
was making preparations ,.
jl &' 5 Thfl crowd gathered at the home members present. discussed the topic, "The New Car- service, consisting of songs, prayers hunting trip to south Florida
i '+r. of Miss Lena Belle Shepard at 7:30: and testimonials were enjoyedby
ibbean Sea. Miss Mabel Weller
with Sheriff J. P. Hall and some
o'clock and followed out the clues WOMAN'S CLUB TO MEET the Methodist and Baptist, with r
i will have charge of the next
k pro- other friends. He had carried a
1 t : ; ,', cleverly conveyed In verse form. Rev. McGauley of Brooker In
l gram. number of articles out to the vai
! c q, 4s After treasure hunt the guests The regular business meeting of charge of the service.
r the Woman's Club will be held at which waa parked in front of the
; ; spent the remainder of the evening CIRCLES OF METHODISTW. Miss Mildred Blrt entertained her

. ; 03 1 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. 3 o'clock Wednesday afternoon M. S. TO MEET friends, Charles and Annie Batten Wilkinson home on Magnolia ave
He returned to the house for
Dec. 9th. The program for this of Theressa afternoon.Mr nue.
R Brownlee, where they enjoyed a last Sunday
j -
the last of the outfit and
meeting will be in charge of the hunting
g delicious turkey dinner. Thirty The circles of the Methodist W. and Mrs. P. D. Adkina and
took his shot from the closet
legislative committee, with Mrs. D. gun ,
' young people were present at this M. S. will meet Monday afternoonat son and Miss O'June Adkins, all
; E. Knight aa chairman: and will be and had it under his arm. Mrs.
? delightful affair. of Dundee and Mr. P. W. Kelley of
w 3 o'clock. The Noble White Cir-
(i of especial interest at this time, Wilinaon had moved a few feet
3S r iir : Winter Haven, spent Thanksgivingday
cle will be entertained by"* Mrs. A.
from him to blankets and
get some
the subject being, "World Peace. with Mr. and Mrs. J. E.Adkina
STARKE GROVE NO. 278 HOLDS The committee has also secured an H. Harley, Jr. The Harriet Peek and other things Mr. Wilkinson Ceaired
daughter Miss Gracie.
4 I! cc td REGULAR BUSINESS MEET interesting speaker for the after- Circle will meet at the home of Rev. will to take out to the car for the trip.
Montgomery preachat
mA Mrs. H. A. Dew with. Mrs. Dew
In the .
noon. I some way gun was discharged -
i the Methodist church next Sun-
; ; a ; i The regular meeting of Starke Hostesses are Mrs. T. J. Griffin, and Mrs. A. W. Redgrave as hoaessea. and Methodist and the whole load of shot
day morning evening. -
Grove No. 278, Supreme Forest The subject for study is entered Mrs., Wilkinson's back
Mrs. L. G. Powell, Mrs. J. E. Wilson !- conference convenes
p r : Woodmen Circle, was held Tuesday Mrs. C. A. Futch, Mrs. E. E. "The Golden Rule of the Nations." here on that date. about the waist line. She died almost -
,c ky hri :night Nov. 24th with Mrs. Vonda As this is the last circle meeting of
y Canova, Mrs. D. E. Knight and O. L. Harrison and family at- instantly. Her little daughter -
i; P ; t''' Inman, guardian,' presiding. Communications Mrs. Frankie Hudson. the year All members are urgedto tended the Santa Fe Association at Eliza, aged 15 who was In an

; + 1'4' were read from th : be present.LOVELLGRUBER. Melrose last Sunday. an adjoining room, rushed in and
:national president, Mrs. Mary E. I
kneeled the mother and call-
Rev. W. C. Newell of Amster-
's IT. .
}$, LaRocca and were discussed ---- .
plans ed her. The dying woman tried to .,
dam, N. Y., Is visiting Rev. J. B. ,
.?t 11 for a meeting on Dec. 15th:: at AIRS. MITCHELL Ackley and family this week. He speak but her lips were sealed for- great naval stores Industryallbut fully appreciated the value cTh.
which time will be election of officers
Miss Minnie Lee Gruber and N. preached hi' the First Methodist exclusively a southern enter- trees nor the beauty of her

'* + for the coming year 1932. Broward Lovell were married at church of Starke last ever.Mrs.. Wilkinson was not going to prise. The industry annually returns billa.In. wooo
Miss Madge Middleton and Mrs.
pF During the business session the annual -
her husband the an average of around $30-
Tavarea afternoon accompany on
Wednesday ,
I the
U,,! roll was called and 83 J. M. Mitchell were hostesses to delivered an addressto to the years ahead, lownp.
percent 000,000 of the for-
November 23th, In the of hunting trip, but had planned to owners
'l',? f1 of the hundred members responded the W. T. Weeks chapter, U. D. C., relatives.The presence the Epworth League here on go with her two children to Max- ests from which the product of that more products are going to i

r } j either letter Wednesday afternoon at the home Sunday evening. precious In point of ,
by or
per taken.It .
bridge Is a graduate of the villa and remain there with relatives industry are than
ij son. The meeting was then turned of Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Middleton.The Services are being conducted at they have ever been befw
Georgia State Woman's College at during her husband's absencein will be More
the Christian church this week undoubtedly surprising and more
over to the social committee and newly elected president, Mrs.L. by we are going
s Valdosta Ga., and has taught in south Florida. to some to know that Louisiana
measure their
refreshments served to all G. Powell, presided over the Rev. O. K. Cull and. his able singer value and 001.
Starke for several past. Besides her husband and daughter and Virginia, 800- them the
+ *nt. meeting and appointed the follow- years C. S. Hayes. producing some asset they are, lion: ,
{1z1 r 1 ing committees: Director Childrenof Mr. Lovell Is a graduate of the Supt.A.. J, Griffis and wife were I Eliza, Mrs Wilkerson is sur- 000 cords of pulp wood annually, over, we are going to love 01

l rf.r the Confederacy, Mrs. L. A. Davis i University of Florida and a mem- visiting here last Sunday vived by a son, Charles, Jr., nine are respectively fifth and sixth in trees and our forests more In ti

i'n' 1 MRS. T. T. LONG HONORS ; Press Miss Amelia Ray; ber of the Delta Chi fraternity, Little George Morgan, who haa years of age, and several' brothers the production of, this product in years ahead. Certainly u Iii

i MRS. N. B. LOVELL, A was also for three years on the been quite 111 with pneumonia, has and sisters. the United States.. Craft paper Is that
Cemeterx.Mrs. j. E. Wilson, Mrs.O. annually produces toad
:RECENT BRIDEA staff of university For Mra. Wilkinson was thirtyfouryears now in *>
paper. being produced the southat
friends here
who de-
many are of
L. Haynes and Mrs. E. K. Ferryman millions of
the last two years be has taughtIn lighted to know that his condi- of age and has lived in Green around half what it coats else- dollars In new went
Finance Mrs. J. M. Brown-
delightful affair of Friday eve- ; the Bradford High School and tion is Improving: Cove Springs with her husband and where. This cannot but mean that Is worth preserving and protectlii
lee Mrs. A. M. Darby and Mrs.J. .
ning was a bridge shower given by acted as athletic coach for the Mr. D. J. Johnson and daughter children for the past five or six the manufacture of this product -Progressive Farmer
W. Andrews Jr. Miss
"r :Mrs. T T. Long, honoring Mrs. N. ; boys.Mr. Miss Margie Johnson, both of years. She was a member of the here In the south will increase to a
Ethel Griffin Miss Madge Middle-
B. Lovell, a recent bride. and Mrs. Lovell will make Palatka visited his Baptist church. point where It will supplant other
ton, Mrs. H B. McLendon; Music, son, D. W. I
Quantities of roses effectively ar- their home In Starke. Johnson teat and The remains were carried to sections of the country.
Mrs. A. Z. Adkins Mra. C. Saturday Sunday.
ranged lent exquisite beauty and ; George Mr. and Mrs. Lovell, popular ;, Maxvllle Monday for Interment. Beyond this also IL E. LAGERGREX
White was appointed chairman of we aid to
.charm to the party room, where the teachers of the Bradford County Mr. Wilkinson Is head of the have white
a here Surve1'wg-Lenllnr
committee to for paper industry
a sur-
guests were entertained. arrange High School, have a wide circle of CARD .OF THANKSWe Wilkinson Chevrolet Co., of Green in the years ahead. It has been
Christmas remembrances.
prise .
+ At the close of four progressions friends both here and other sec- --.- Cove Springs. Mapping
that the
"Married in War Time let- south can
I of the game high prize was awarded a tions of Florida and Georgia who wish to thank our many Sheriff J. H. Hall summoned a wood Starke, Florida
ter written by Dr. C. Hardee dur- pulp cheaper and
Miss Ethel Griffin and low prize will learn with interest of their friends for their floral offeringsand coroner's jury immediately following -

I v; 4t' to Mrs. H. C. Ritch. Mrs. Lovell ing the war between the states, marriage. kind words:of sympathy dur- the accident. The jury has more rapidly than it can be pro-

'1 y ft the honoree, was then presented a was an interesting paper read by ing the Illness and death of ,our not yet made a report of its find- America duced anywhere continent.else on the North ,
< _
v This Go
Mrs. L. A Davis. Miss Griffin together - ---
i : clothes line hung with various beloved father, ,Mr. J. A. J. McKinney ings. ,
with the fact that we have countless -
read review of Robert
a Henry'snew
t pieces of linen, gifts of her friends. and especially Dr. Mid- .
The hostess served delicious book, "Story of the Confed- dleton, Dr. Famish and Mrs. Gill. millions of ,acres that lend ''
LAWTBfV MR. J. A. J. MCKINNEYThe themselves to the production of ATLASTfie
fruit salad course with tea to the eracj His children,.,,Mrs\ Lester Kite,
H. Cnrmdlnv, Cor. those types of trees that
The hostesses assisted by Mrs. producethe
Id following Mrs. H. Mrs, J. L. Wynn, Mrs. Niram
giiert: C. Ritch,
; friends
of J. A. J. McKinney
best quality of wood with
' t ::1'1'". D. P. Carpenter, Mrs. N. B. W. E. Middleton, served a dainty Wynn, Mr. Carl' McKinney, Mr. will
to hear of
regret his
I sweet course to the following chapter and Mrs. Herman Thede of the greatest rapidity, forecasts a Standard Oil
wF Lovell Mr. Earnest McKinney
Mrs. H. B. McLendon, Mrs. McKinney, death .
Wednesday following
I morning, wood
pulp and
- members Mrs. S. E. Brown- Industry a paper
; ;.; J. A. Saul, Mrs A. Z. Adkina, Mrs. : Jacksonville, spent Thanksgivingwith Mr. Volley McKinney. an Illness of fifteen
lee Mrs. O. L. Mrs. L. A. days in industry of far-reaching value and
,' i T. J. Alderman. Mrs D. A. Mon- Haynes, Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Thede. the Gill hospital at Starke. Tire GuaranteedOne
Davis, Miss Ethel Griffin Mrs. 'A. Importance.In
Mesdames W. C. Wooten and F.
tieth Mrs.
C, C. Hoppe and Mrs.
i Z. Adkins, Mlsa Amelia Ray, Mrs. R. Carradlne spent Wednesday in Mr. McKinney is survived by his figuring the value of the forests Year
George Cleg o' Tampa, Mrs. H. ,
i V W. E. Torode, Mrs L. G. Powell, Jacksonville.. SAMPSON CITY seven children: Mrs Lester Kite, of the south, we have generally
Knight and Miss Ethel Griffin., Mra., J. L. Wynn, Mrs Niram
i Mrs. K. K. Perryman. Mr. and Mrs. W. Eo.Torode spent Ethel Jones!!, Cor. overlooked another very Impor- *.*....Ne1NFrigidaire
Wynn Mr. Earnest
McKinney, tant fact. First of
AMERICAN LEGION The January meeting will be held Tuesday in Jacksonville.Mr. all we have a

i AUXILIARY MEETS at the home of Miss Ethel Griffin. and Mra. D. E. Bennett and Carl McKinney Mr. John McKin- situation there that is entirely un-

Miss Griffin and Mra. L. G. Powell, baby of Washington, 'D. C. spent Mr. and Mrs. :Jack Rose of Los ney and Mr Volley, McKinney all like that of any other great forest

Mrs. ,hostesses., with her Mr. Calif. of Sampson City 24 grandchildren area, other than the territory unto
Noble Ray White was hos- Wednesday parents, Angeles, are spending a few and two '

ii tees to members of the American and Mrs. E. E. Burney.The days here with relatives enrouteto Mr. great-grandChildren.j' which the southern forests extend

Legion Auxiliary Wednesday afternoon TilE EXECUTIVE BOARD OF Baptist Union held their an Miami where they will spend toward the east. To begin with,
ford county and has remained here the three
t the first settlers found the south year guar'anted
b Nov. 25th at her home. WOMAN'S CLUB ENTERTAIN nual meeting at the Baptist church the winter.
l1 all of his life.
The home was prettily ..decorat STARKE BRIDGE FLAYERS Saturday and Sunday. Dinner was Mrs. W. H. Smith spent Friday one vast forest., Trees of varietyand
i' In 1874 he married Polly Par- electric refrigerator \
ed with baskets of chrysanthemums served on the grounds and a large. in Brooker with her sister, Mrs. value unmatched anywhereelse'

(L for this enjoyable occasion. The executive board of the crowd attended all services. Ethel Morgan. : rlsh, daughter of John Parrish. 'In the world' covered the land

1' Mrs. L. D. Vining, president, Woman's Club, gave its second Mra. E. E. Burney and children, I Mr and Mrs. Y. L. Johns were Mrs.Mr.Kinney died April 19, 1930. from the Atlantic to the palriea of
I McKinney resided
i had charge of the meeting, which benefit party Friday evening in spent Thursday in Jacksonvillewith visiting here Sunday .afternoon. home in at his the west. Pioneers carved out our
Sampson with
City his
was her' Elder and Mrs first farms in the woods. Log
opened with
prayer by Mrs. the club auditorium.The ,parents, :
White followed by the pledge of ,club house was effectively .. H. V. Skipper. 0.1 NOTICE' son Earnest!: McKinney. Mr. Mc- houses of those days still stand. For sale bySmith's
Kinney was 82 years of age on his I The southern farm area Is still
allegiance to the flag song AmerIca decorated for this occasion with Mesdames V. R. Reddish, R. R. a
There will be \ last birthday July 31. He was an forest area as well as a farm area,
and preamble. After a short quantities of chrysanthemums and Thede and G. W. Roberta spent the meeting of Starke j I

;, business session,' Mrs. H. A. Dew other cut flowers., I day last Wednesday with Mrs. J. G. Grove 27'J'Supreme;' Forest I active member of the First Chris- ,with crops and forests alternating.

gave, an Interesting report on the Four progressions of ,,the game : Godwin at RaIford. Woodmen Circle, Tuesday night, tian church of Sampson City. Beyond economic value, there Is I Service ]

national convention held In De- wre played and scores added Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Wooten have Dec. 8th, in the W. O.: W: hall.This Funeral services were held at that value which'arises from the

troit. Mrs. White gave a report on Those winning prizes for the evening -* moved In their new home which will be election of officers the family residence in Sampson sheer beauty, of the wooded landscape -

1 monthly buJet! n. were: High auction for ladies I they have recently built. for the new year 1932 and all City at 1:30: p. m. Thursday with a beauty that rounds out and StationStarke

The next meeting will a meetingat Miss Ethel Griffin, an atom- Mrs. Dickerson of Bunnell Is visiting members are urged' attend. the Rev. C. C. Butler, officiating. enriches an environment that

> the Legion hall. Dec. 10th, at izer, donated by Furchgott's and friends in Lawtey., Amy Moore, Pub. Chm. Interment was held at the McKin- makes 1U perpetual contributionsto

r' + which time the quilt made by the high auction for men, Col. H. V. I, Mr. and Mrs.,V. R. Reddish and ney cemetery near Starke under finer living. Nature has blessed Fla.

; ; gyp. Gold Star Mothers will be quilted Knight; a brass horse, donated by i Mr. and Mrs. T.' Reddish spent WEATHER REPORT direction of the Burns Howard us as she has blessed no other peo- ,

i ik 1 i riinnlno4iAm'.- Low. au..tlnn". for Thanksgiving in Webster with, Mr. Company, morticians.The ple. And yet the south has never
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ladies-------n----, Mrs H. V. Knight, cream and Mrs Roy Reddish.. Compiled by Starke Branch, U. pallbearers were Mr. Gene

\ltR y/ORII and sugar set, donated by Cohen Mrs. L. H. Hill was a viiator to S. Forestry Department. Rosignol. Mr Hogan Smith, Mr. !

() :.... Bros., and low auction for men, Starke Monday. Eight days., ending' .Dec. 1. Pete Dyal, Mr. N.'Warren and Mr.

____ Harris.
Date' MttMm. Wesley
:\ .
tiER\lES Preclp.
Judge A. Z.:Adklns, electric cigar > .'
Nov. 21 < C
80' 62 .44.h
J lighter donated by Sears Roebuck DOLLARS AND BEAUTYIN 9f ,
Nov?: 23 79 63 _
for ladles
& Co. High contract ,

i Mrs. S. L. Peek, an atomizer donated RISING Nov. 29 78 85 .07 OUR TREES 1 ,anq+niMin

by Sears Roebuck & Co., and MlM 1':1.: Helta. Co*. No"; 27 80()' 62 From ita -
vast timbered lands the
Nov. 28
for CoL J. L.; 74 68 -
high Contract men, United
.nd Nov. 29 82' 87 States annually harvests
Frazee, a smoking stand donated I Mr. Mr. Grover ,' 30' some two billion dollars worth of
Nov. 81 61
by Standard Furniture Co. Low ., Bryan and Buford of Ft.- :Myers, Dec. 1 \8ft 61 -T. forest products-the output of :i i,r

contract for ladles, Mrs. J. L. spent the week-end here with relatives -, some twenty thousand sawmills
Total rainfall for 8
f days .07: In.
Frazee a cream and sugar act .' and fet for their home :Monoday I and 'almost 'a'million workers

from Cohen Bros.; and low contract accompanied by Mrs. :Moore, Some sixty percent, or 13,490 of

for mans Mr. S.; L.. Peek, a pocket who has ,spent.the past two weeks EVERGREEN I the mills of the'United States, are ..........,-"-"'-.' .
lighter, from Ferrell Jewelry Co here with her mother' Mrs. E. J, located in the south.'Threefourthsof

The cut prizes! a radio bench do- Lewis. III''. F. A. Root*. c... the total, or 13,000, are small af-

nated by Chadwlch-Mather Furni- | Mr. and Mrs. Frazier Shaw' of I fairs. Eleven thousand of these

A.a ture Co., went to Mrs. H. F. Dem- state farm, and Mrs., Carrie Shaw Mr. and Mrs. 'Brooks Q riff Is of 'are scattered over the southern Nations May Rise or Fall . e e '

orest and a box of chocolates from and daughter, Wilmer of Starke, Jacksonville were visiting relatives states. That Is the big story 1930

Russell McPhail. was given Mr. S. passed thtough this section Sun- here Thanksgiving: census releases, together with

L. Peek. day afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Taylor of Max- other data from the same source,

UP TO nee' ears In work Each table received aa a prize i Mr. E. C. Johns and Arthur Mc- villa spent Thursday afternoon bring us. The Rock is Unchanged . e

very at high tension. for holding top score, 'a ticket to Rae mare a business trip to state here with Mrs. Taylor's aunt, Mrs.J. In lumber production the south

No 'wonder :you snap at the wife Florida Palace Imperial and Em- farm Tuesday.Mr. 8. Rosier. has eight of the ten leading
sad bark children.
at the
Watch out! Overworked press Theatres.At and Mrs. Newn Mott and Mr. and Mrs. ,R. S. Rosier and states. These ten states accountfor Like the the Hock
symbol of ,
the close of the evening a children of Hellbronn spent Sun children '' little bit enduring
nerves' may lead to 81 epleaaitess were visiting Mr. and a less than half the total rise
1 -
,. Nervoos rferrons I tempting salad course was served day. here with relatives. :Mrs.. Marlon Carter Thursday eve annual cut of 36,000.000,000board of Gibraltar this bank is unaffected by the

Headache of the players, who were:' Mr. and Mr. H. M. McRae attended the feet. The IIOUth'. share in and fall of market quotations,. or by other signs oi

other unFlesssntt disaturban ce.. Mrs. W. M. WaInwright !
Why dont'you try Dr. MU..- Mrs. T. B. MasHle, Mr. and Mra.R. Grove church, near Hllliary. were visiting theid daughter Mrs. ber runs away'on toward the billion in the business world. This a

Efferreeeeat NerrtM Tablet? F. Demorest, Mr. and Mrs. C. A good many people of this section Everett Futch Sunday.Mr. dollar mark. its safe and secure position at all time-,,

Just one In a halt ciaaa of A. Knight. Judge and Mrs. A. Z. attended the Fifth Sunday and Mrs. 'A. B. Rosier and Within the United States there condition that is reflected in the confidence oM".
water makes
I drink a pleasant. sparb- Adkina, Senator and Mrs. E. M. meeting at Lawtey Sunday.Mr. children of near Lawtey spent are 143,000.000 acres of farm wood- depositors. protection

t to line over-taxed:delightfully nerves. soothing Johns, Mr and Mrs. D. A. Mon- H. H. Lewis and Mr. J. W. Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. Q. land. Of these, 76.000.000 are located If you are seeking perfect

i il DI'. MOoa. Nerrin Is now tieth, !
i l made in two forma-Liquid and Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Long, Mr. and the state farm Friday. Mra Heater Sapp Is spending the lumber taken from these acres of the record and present status of this bank, when

SffarvMecnt Tablet. Both bar Mrs. D. P. Carpenter, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Elam Gllsaon and week here with relatives.Mr. farm woodland and from other

the same soothing effect. N. Sternberg, Mr. and' Mra. F. F. daugbte. Opal, of Lake Geneva, and Mrs. R. S. Rosier and forests of the southern states,

ii ,LOG at your drug star Stump. Mrs. J. E. Corpenlng. Miss spent Sunday with Mrs.. E. J, children spent, Sunday with Mr. there Is annually harvested some

I PRMI F':,' Ethel Griffin, Mr. O. L. Beasley, Lewis and M.... J. D. Peele. |230.000000 worth of fence posts The BANK of START(

Dr. E. L. Biggs, Mr. J. Lv Peek, I cros Ues. acid wood, mine timbers,

; : Col. and Mrs. H. V. Knight. Mrs. Madison J. W. Huff of, Holo- Inverness O. M. Rlchburg piling, poles, and minor products.

1 Hamilton Ritch, Mr., and Mrs S. paw. purchased Mitycold Co., ma- changed name of Rlchburg'a Groc TJ.e: crosstie harvest alone bringsan AN HONOR ROLL DANK

E L. Peek Mr. and Mrs. Herbert chine works and equipment near, ery and Market to. Better Food annual return of from $60,000.- E. S. :Matthews Pres. R. J. Davis Cashier

TM'L. Hart Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Saul and Lake France. and will operate ma. Store, and moved In to new quar 000 to 70000000. And there Is

-- .,. "" CoL and Mrs w J. L.'Frases. chin shop berg. ters. yet to> !be; added to this the south's



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son Ray, Paschal Dekle, accompanied his ---- ----- -- '---" '- -
were visitors In Jacksonville Wednesday grandfather Rev: tractor to Law Green Cove Springs Sunday for "nlo In front ot tti. noarthouxn
Miss Maggie Donnelly visited door In Ntnrke.. World*, during th" +
tey, Saturday. MILLER U-KB .
Miss hour of polo b tw..n the p
Mr. and Mrs. Dana Dekle and O Pauline Prevatt Sunday. hour., of eleven a. m. end two p. m.
Bits of Miss Eva Fugate of Jacksonville, P. Deklo visited Mrs. Dukes' parents Kllrn Blnrhvrvldrr. Cor. Frank Ernest Harrell's.Mra. Coleman. spent Sunday at '.ft.11 1" SJ???l., lo the the 41M hlahoot'* : * and January tout, i

spent the week-end with her sisters Mr. and Mrs. Cauthen Sunday 'I Mr. and for t'luh. th" followtnir* described l -
Mrs. C. E.
Katie and Virginia Fugate. Crawford Allen and family and Mr. property attUMtvd In Urad-
I and sister, Martha Crawford and Harrell and ford enmity. Klnrliln.wlt: ;
Many from our section attended family attended churchat North' Iliiif of Southwest, ,
Mr. and Mrs.
weal I Chesser anddaughter Lawtey Sunday. nod SnnthwpNt!! quarter of North-
See the
new B. H. S. photos. the last annual
meeting of this WfHt
Nettie Chesser of Law QllltrlAr (rx.-npt S\ sores In
'MI/ Nothing quite like them. Special 1 year at Prospect church last week tey, Floyd Hornsby visited at Mr.llarrcll's Northwest Co-n..r u..-d ... cemetery)
were visiting friends and rela- .
.II "f .
Sunday. the above h lnn In Hnrtlon
prices to students and teachers.Beautiful end.
Our People. Dud neaa and tives here Sunday.Mr. ? nlrly tot tnwnuhlp.lx| l : (8) South
Concerning for Christmas gifts. Mrs. Hall Kantr Twenty-two (Ba ,
Eugene .of Cross City, and Mrs. Mollie ) Kant contalnlnir r
Seay are
and Town. 118 nt'fff more or I,-"".
the County Hoover Bros.
Studio. Is
Progress vising her parents loll: and Mrs. the proud parents of a new daughter NEW'RIYER A Ixo South Half of Lrf.t One ()
R. E. Parrish. born Nov. 19. of unction Twentv-flva (re) Town-
Dr. and Mrs. H. Mason Smith Mr. and IMIIn. r' ..le Hupp, Cor. Rhlp Klx (t $outh, itnnire Twenty-
Mrs. R. K. Dukes
havea Mrs. J. S. Dicks and one ell Kant Inchidtnv, S ...
------------------- eons, Spenceand ncr In
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f I ':::'':::'':::'OQOQOOOQO ana son, Mason, jr., 01 Tampa, will daughter, born Nov. 4th. Raymond and Iris Northwest corner ot nld lot, known
Mr. and Mrs. Pate Gaasett and be week-end guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. B. F. A. old ert..hy Lake landing) contalnlnir -
spent havea and
of Sarasota. Galney Archie Lee. of Worthington Mrs. Hodges of Lake Butler Is 16 ncrttH more or I IOHM. "
|.?.in Daniel starke."jUy son. Davis, and Miss Myrtle Reddish Mr< and Mrs. O. L. Beasley. Bon, born Nov. 29th. Springs were visiting friends and visiting :her parents, Mr and Mrs.D. Quai All.'ti">,r of nil NoiitheuM fraction Quarter. Northeast of 0l.. ..
y were visitors in Jacksonville There are several cases of measles relatives here Sunday.Mr. W. Kolley for a while. lion Twenty-five (CUI Tnwnnnlp SIx
; yn7ond Is spending a few Sunday. Mrs., N. D. Bumgarner, Mrs. W. In our section Romey Keerce and Mrs. J. B. Ware of Jacksonville Mr. E. A. Johns and Mrs. Williams ICHHt.161 8oiith, henna Twonty-one (Ill

Jacksonville. H. Andrews, Misses Gladys Williams and John Rivera Dukes, being the were visiting Mr. and Mrs. of Tampa are visiting rela- more or conlalnlny IPHN.lloKln 18-67/100 acres,

In Mr. and Mrs. L. S.. Strickland Elizabeth Williams and Helen l- latest victims. H. G. Crawford Sunday. tives and friends. here. Northwestquarter at. the flnlllh...., Corner 'of

R W. Martin was a visitor of Ocala, spent Thanksgiving with Prather were visitors in Gainesville Mrs. Dekle and niece Mrs. Car- Miss Ruth Carlton was visiting Mr. S. C. Crews returned to his quarter of section. SO of Townnhlp Northwest a M.

"ksonvlllo' Tuesday.j Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Strickland at Wednesday afternoon. ter, spent Monday In Lake Butler, friends here Sunday.Mr. home Thursday night after a visit l Ka Hallile.t HomKliiry S3 F:., and of run said North on the +y

Kingsley: Lake. guests of Rev. S. S. Proctor.Mr. and Mrs. J. T. King were the with his son, Mr. P. B. Crews of feet to North edge of renal"forty"; ;thence Cue) 4

: L. Frazee was In Jackj Mrs. J. L. Simmons Mrs. T. N. and Mrs. :M.' P. Dekle and week-end guests of Mr and Mrs. Ft. Myers. mild In. Northwesterly nteanurement. direction 110 feet.

Friday on business. Dr. and Mrs Raymond entertained Kendrick and William McLeod daughter,Sarah Lillian\ were the W. W. Blackwelder.Mr. Messrs. Crystal and Norman angle with Kiild canal being, thence at a Mouth right

j at Thankslgtvlng Mrs. Mell motored to Lake City Friday af- guests Saturday night and Sundayof Jim Courson and Miss Lula Wiggins. Andrew and Hassle Rho- 60 ad deitreea font from Went, parallel with and

actual cost at Marguerite's., Lenard of Jacksonville and Miss ternoon. They were accompaniedby his parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Dukes of our section were unitedin den Harry Sapp and J. B. Crews thence South milil 60 fet' 683 a Btuke fend)
t dresses and sweat Patchett. Mrs. Chancel, who has been vis- Dekle. marriage Sunday afternoon at attended the boxing match at Worthington standing 10 feet North of Bald csnal -
coats, Malt, thence
ts, . -- -- ; Mouth 38 degrees
.. Went
: iting her daughter, Mrs. J. L. Sim- Air.< .Nathan Gain. ,and Mr. DenIs 3 o'clock, Nov. 28. We wish them Springs Thursday night. parallel with and 10 feet from said r
C a Roberts of Graham,, that mons. Arga were visitor to our section much Joy. Mr. Emery Johns was visitingIn canal. 2'>H| thence Mouth 44 il"- pl
folks Wnnt ,
Remember green
parnllel with
|;a'itor here Wednesday. make: six photos this week. Mr. Arga is having some Mrs. Josephine McNeal of our Lake Butler Saturday afternoon. Ironi ."I"|<| canal 110 feet and 10 thane feet
a gifts. Your Mulberry Sweat Grocery repair work done on his farm here section was visiting Mrs. Ada Misses Flora Belle and Agnes South 10 feet to n point where South

-and 1Ilrs. J. H. Lord were cost.friends can't: buy them-yet they moved to store one block north Wilbur Rimes of Worthington, Clyatt Saturday afternoon.Mr. Johns and Mr. Wilbert Mann were Itoiindary Northwest of said Quniter NorlhweHt of Uuaiterof .10-8-21 y

'ra Jacksonville Tuesday. you very little. Hoover Bros. across railroad tracks adjoining his called on relatives here this week H. G. Crawford and Mr. visiting in Lake Butler Saturday: croHKxa cold canal thence Kant 0110>>
in Studio. feet to \ of
point t
it. bprlnnlnirj containIn -
home. Mrs. P. P; Dekle and son, O. P. Percy Snyder made a business night. i ft five and one-half acres more or

T. J. Griffin and Mrs. N. ,Young Hileah Miami Flagler theatre Dekle!l were shopping In Worthington trip to Winter Garden Saturday.Mr. Miss Louise Walters of Starke, : >I>nee f Northwest, and belnK Quarter In HoutheaHt corner
a were visitors in Jackson 3irr'aad Mrs. II. ; and will soou reopen for business recently.P. Crls Crawford of our section was the guest of Miss Louie Kelly: I Quarter of Hertlntt T'ownahlp of Northwest 4 y
lilonday. son Theodore. Mr. and Mrs. Ed- with new talking equipment. P. Dekle was transacting left here Monday for Jacksonville, this week-end. (South ,louse 33 Gust.

________ ward Burns spent Thanksgiving business in Lake Butler Tuesday. where he will stay with his brother Mr. Norman Wiggins of Jack. u. K."Npeelal' I'IItnYMAN Maclar.

1st SN-rn.. berg's Saturday night day In Jacksonville.Mrs. BROOKER Julian Dekle visited his uncle for a while. sonville spent Thanksgiving at I I 13.;] Solicitor Ill JOMN.S for, p

when the doll will beawuy. L. S. Dekle Saturday.O. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Perry and home with relatives and lends. Complainant U-4-5t--l
|30 m. .
p.' Emma Anderson, Mrs. Miss' Vera Galney Cor. P. Dekle and D. L. Dukes family of Tampa passed throughour Among those who were visitingIn
1 Pauline Stone and children of Archer were transacting business in Wor- section last week visiting Starke Saturday afternoon were

Daniel of Sarasota, spent Thanksgiving with Mr. Mr. and and Mrs. Redd of Ala thington Saturday eveningGRAHAM friends and relatives. Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Tomllnson Mr. WE WE
c siting B. friends and relatives and Mrs. E. M., Davia. chua, were here Sunday afternoon. Mr. Elmer and Hubert Carlisle and Mrs. J. L. Johns and daughter, PIANOS
(( Dr. O. B. Hazen of Pahokee Is returned Friday from Miami where Eesie| Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Sapp TUNE RENTCubl'urlltzt'rMo.thuttJIek

I this week If you like for your shoes to fit here visiting his mother, Mrs. D. they have spent three years. and children, Mrs. N. O. Moody and ..t
try Sternbergs. W. Hazen. Mrs. J. B. Hancock and family Jay Moody Mr. G. W. Sapp and i
s. George Clegg of Tampa is Mr. Tom Baxter and family of Miftit'KIlon' Johnson Cor. were visiting Mrs. Sallie Bluckwel- children and Mr. and Mrs. S. L. New Studio Model. $zoS:
at at the home of her aunt, Mrs. T. N. Kendrick, Mrs J. L. Jacksonville were recent visitorsat der Sunday. Crews. Rebuilt riiinon, guaranteed, 983: >,

O.I J. Griffin. Simmons, Mrs. Chancey and Miss the home of his father, Mr. J. D. Mr. William Blackwelder and Miss E Ble Sapp and Mr Martin Large stock to select from. A small

Estelle Kendrick spent Wednesdayof Baxter. Mr. Lee Byrd ''and ,Mrs. D. J Mr. A. V. Blackwelder were visit- Sattler of the state farm attendedthe deposit sends one home it

Iat Pearl Campbell of Alachua, last week in Jacksonville.Miss Mrs. Mott and son,, Cleveland of Byrd of Tampa, have been visiting ing Mrs.. S. A. Blackwelder Sun- Stark-Willlston football game WE TUNE PIANOS'r;
[the guest of Miss Myrtle Red Heilbronn Springs, were here visiting here recently. Thursday afternoon.
|Thanksgiving.C. Alice Fernandez of F. S. her children Saturday. Miss Mattie Norman; Mr. and Sallle Blackwelder Is 111 In Mrs. D. W. Kelly and children Write or phone for our tuner.

W. C., in Tallahassee spent the Dr. Morgan of state board ot Mrs. Clifton Brown and little' her home here. Mrs. Hodges, Mr. Hermie Kelley We guarantee Satisfaction S

V Simpson and daughary weekend at home with her parents health visited our school last Wednesday daughter Marian, attended the I and Miss Louie Kelly were visiting THE MILLER CO.

[ of Gainesville spent Frl- Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Fernandez. to give a serum for dyph- cane grinding at the home of the relatives In St. Augustine Sunday. Store-oabletl\ and Ocala.
Iwith relatives. theria and typoid fever former's parents Tuesday night at BOATDRAIN .

Mrs. A. C. Durden and daughter, Little John Henry Mott Is very Vanderbilt. 1.'M1'1'ln. Mil.IIItrrrby .,. -
kls, coats, dresses and aweat.t Mrs. C. C. Hoppee of Tampa are sick at this writing. We hope he Mr. and Mrs. Felton Graves and Mr>. A. L. ..Illvan, Co.... by vlitu not*Ira of In Hint given vitnln that undorand Climlf _. -

fit t actual cost at Marguerite's.i guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Beas- will soon be up again. Raiford Singleton, returned to !<*<*rr* of rornrloKtira made by A. KAitkltiH .
ley. Miss Lllliam Fogg of New York, Lake Wales Sunday.Mrs. JinlKK of the Twenty-ninth DR. K. W. MARTIN .
judicial circuit of Klnrlila, In and for
i Strickland spent the is here visiting her sister Miss Le- S. L. Prescott and Mrs. Avy Mrs. W. W. Coleman has the lliHilforil L-oiinty, Kl'irldit, In c'lmn- DENTIST
fcksglvlng in Gaines- lines and children of Ziff honor of gathering the first ripe I : .
holidays The most pleasing Christmas ola Fogg. Miss Fogg is one of were vemhnr.I ; : 1 ::::
strawberries in this 83 Hoursi 9 to B
section which Phone
with friends. visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. M. John- ,
] the teachers
gift-your counts-not in our school. rrnl l.uml Lluiilt of Columbia, a corporation
photograph 'Mrs| Cora Crews is home again son and family of here Thursday. was on Nov. 24th. UK tnmpliiliinnt. anilnKiiltiHt Over Corpenlngs Drug Store
costly-come The Hoover ..
now. W N. l.ulicjfi, widower tui.
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. of
1'9.i n. 1>1. Barnett who has been Bros. Studio. It. after spending several days in Wal- Miss Pearl Johnson of Rising, Quigley UK IvfondiintK. .
|log Miss Ina Forsyth. return- do, spent the week-end here with her Starke attended church here Sun- _-'rho--"..hL"I'j .M-titl' L mn.trr--"will--offer" : i

9 Madison Sunday. Mrs. D. A. Montieth and Mrs. La- Messrs. Everett Gainey and Em- parents.A day Miss evening.Pauline Prevatt visited Ruth Phone STEAM PRESSING CO. Suits r,
few of the farmers in
i Myrtle Oils Crump passed inlra Jacksonville Murden this spent week several days In of ery ness Hazen in Gainesville were attending busi- lon are grinding cane this week.soc- Ella Priest Sunday. 52 J. Frank Thoman, Prop. Cleaned & f I

igh Starke this week enroute guests Mr. I. G. Melson of Jacksonville Miss Mattie Norman spent the Mrs. W. W. Coleman and son, FELT IIATS Cleaned and Blocked Reshaped
their sister Mrs. William P. RandalL
... I Alva visited W. W. Wilson at
h1 :
II borne in Tampa. was a business visitor here Satur- week-end with ,parents. of, Van- I
derbilt. -- -- - .- ___ __

let'H only $1 at Sternberg's. day.Mr, and Mrs. E. B. Crosby of There will be services at Chris-
It's not too early to start select-
Yukon, spent part of last week here tian church Sunday morning at 11
fn. Kitty Lane of Jacksonville ing Christmas gifts and cards. with friends and relatives. o'clock and Sunday evening at 7

t I the week-end with her slsIllrs. Splendid values at Marguerite's. Mrs. William Brannen was vis- o'clock by Rev. Daughery of Lake
W B. Parks. iting her son, Mr. R. W. Brannen Butler. Everyone Is invited to at- ---
Mr. G. K. Stansbury of the naval Sunday tend. Also there will be Sunday ,

and Mrs. Roy Dyal and son, air station of Anacostla' D. C., left Dr. E. L. Biggs of Starke. madea school every Sunday afternoon at
Jr., .were of Thursday after a. visit here with 2:30.
guests Friday professional call here Mondayand : .
|and Mra. W. G. Halle. his parents. Mr. and Mrs. O. E.Stansbury Tuesday.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Volley McKinneyand TIP TOP GroceryLOCATION

and Mrs. Shepard Dukes of son Chester of Sampson were

i Dorothy Sapp visited Mrs. Lake Butler, were visiting his sister visiting relatives here Wednesday.Mr. .
Uundy In Gainesville dur- Rev. and Mrs. J. V. Robinson of Mrs. J. J. Morgan Sunday. and Mrs. Bob Burroughs,

kalglvlng holidays. Tampa Shores: spent several days Messrs. E. M. Hazen and G. W. and Willie Clyde Burroughs of St. BETWEEN' BANK AND POST OFFICE
last week with their soninlawand
Hazen, H. P. Galney, A. B. Sur- Augustine were visiting Mra. Hll-
i,chiffon and service weight daughter,.Mr. and Mrs. A. H. rency were attending to businessin lard Broughton and. family Sun Howell Nasworthy, Owner and Operator
$1.30 and $2 at Harley Jr. i
Marguerite's Gainesville Friday.Mr. .
V*, .I H. P. Gainey was transacting day.Miss Lillian Fogg of Brooklyn Read These Carefully And Come! r'
I The most charming Christmas business in Starke last Wed- N. Y., has returned)alter spending

pdge. Geo. A. Gardiner and Mr. gift you can bestow-your photo- nesday. I'' a while in New York. _. .. .. .. . .
Jones -- - - - -- -
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were business visitors graph-not costly either. Go now Mr. John Crews ot Lake Butler.
aycross, Ga., Saturday. -to Hoover Bros. Studio. It attended Sunday school here Sun The very best Pound

ISI i Ina Forsyth spent Thanksg Mrs. D. P. Carpenter Mrs. T. T. :Mrs.FIVE'MILE P. P. Dekle, Cor. day.Services were\held_. at the Chris- Grits{; Meal 10 Ibs. 19c /Bucket Lard 65c
hoUidays or - - - -
Jacksonville Long Mrs. T. J. Alderman and tian church Sunday by Rev. McGuire ,

ng friends and relatives. Miss Ethel Griffin spent Friday in of Lake Butler ____ _u ..
Miss Marshall Proctor Mr. and School Jokes
J P. Griff Is has moved his f am- Jacksonville.Mrs. Mrs. T. D. Proctor and children attended Calvin: I can't work this problem Compound {Whole Grain See OurBACON

Iback to Starke after several O. I. Beasley returned the musical at the home of on my paper. _
|tbs stay in Plant City. home Monday from Tampa where Mr. and Mrs. P.. P. Dekle Wednes- Mr. Brown: Well, work. it on I LARD RICE I
of last week. Miss
She has been for the past two day evening : somebody else's paper. u!
ROMIt'ry at 89o In mighty months convalescing.Given Proctor and Mr. Dekle furnished' 3 Ibs. -25c I Sibs.18c
I to beat, get them at Sterna the Instrumental music. Jurllan a : //'* The Beat
a Dekle rendered several vocal se
FKEB at Sternberg'sSaturday

the- A.guest V Long Saturday of Gainesville of her, I I beautiful Doll night at 8:30: p. m. one lections.Mr.Mong and their Mrs. Thanksgiving P. P. Dekle numbered. guests- ( 'VOODLA'VNMyrtle' Norman', Cor.) Pillsbury Flour, 6 Ibs. 25c12; Ibs. 45c; - 24 Ibs. 85c

er. Mre S. E. Brownlee., II Miss Goody/ of Plnetta. Mrs.
:Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Scott returned -
I Chas;' Sapp and Mrs. A. E. Proc Mr. J. S. Norman, Mrs. L. R.
Sunday afternoon from a No. 21-2 can PINEAPPLE 18c No. 2 can Cut Beans
Emily Phillips of tor of Lake Butler. Denmark and Myrtle Norman at- -
came Wednesday'and Is Avon the : visit in Ormond with their son- Mr. and Mrs. P, P. Dekle, tended church at Lawtey Saturday.Mrs. No. 2 1-2 can PEACHES 18c No. 2 Can Apple Sauce each 9c
in-law and Mr. and Mrs.
H ot Mrs. E. k. Perryman.. S.,C. CarnelL daughter Misses Ida 'and Josephine Blume Oscar Carter and son. Junior No. 2 TOMATOES, 2 for 15c No. 2 can corn .. _ -
.. spent Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. was visiting her, parents, Mr.
Iss Mae Peek TALL MILK, 2 tor ___ .. .. .. 15c We Black Pepper ___ ___ __ Jc
Johnson. and J. S. Norman at-
t of Jacksonville :Mrs. E. K. Perryman taught in L G. Mrs. Sunday .
Thanksgiving P. P. Dekle and sons, spent ternoon.Mr. .
hOlidaywith the Mrs.
school several
Hampton days New CropPRUNES Sclfrlslng
sal Mrs. E. K. Perryman.da .- this week relieving Mm. Wilson, Sunday in Jacksonville. They and Mrs. W.'i.Norman and

J who was out on account of Illnessin were accompanied home by Mrs. children, were ,visiting her slater, SUGAR FLOUR rl
sad Mrs. George H. Lowry A. T. Carter and two children, who Mrs. J. S. Norman Sunday.Mr. .
.. __ her family.Mr.
Q-t.... "-." --- : will spend this week here visiting John Chesser and Mr. Wade
"lS-'Uet. visited at
Farms- Thursday afternoon. and ,Mrs. Morgan Valt and relatives. Norman Gaaklns,..Sundav were vial afternoon.ting. Mr. W, H. Pound5c 10 Ibs. SOC 24 Ibs. - - 59c ,

''Ie, Mr. Burkett of Columbia S. C., returned --- -
and service weight to their home Tuesday after Mr. and Mra. O. Jr Phillips and
$1.lo Delmonte Peas Argo Red '3 Pounds
and $2 at Marguerite's several days visit in Starke sons. James and Coleman, were visiting ,
a. with'relatives. GENT A WORD Mra. Henry Dunn Tuesday.
No.2 .19c10lb Salmon 2g Criscti 59c w'
W. T. Miss Mamie Lou I Norman was can - - - - - -

of Hill and son, W. T.orWtnvUIe Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Miss Bessie COLUMN visiting her slater Mra. Oscar Car

? visited Miss Colley, Charles Colley Jr., and ter Tuesday. Irish
ythFrlday and Saturday. Kiss Lucille Wilson of Jacksonville, Mrs. George Chambers of Mo- / pkg. PIIK CREAM CHEESE -

!of. !olcLeod were: guests Sunday of Mr. and I FOR SALE-Wood or coal heater, ble Ala., la visiting her sister Mrs. 1 pkg. VELVET CHEESE -... .. 19c -
and Ion William condition.Mrs. Henry Dunn and will return home Potatoes15c
g aeroville With N. , spent Thanks- Mrs. J. F. Colley. I II I baby. A.carriage.J. Murden.Good It. after Christmas.Mr. 2Sc value for __ _ ___ .... _ _

r. hie mother, Mrs Mary It's not too early to start select- Jim Hersey was visiting Miss .

ing Christmas gifts and cards. FOR SALE -First class second- Mamie Lou Norman Sunday night. Lettuce

r'' W. Eo Splendid values at Marguerite's.Mr. runner strawberry plants. See Misses Myrtle and Mamie Lou Macaroni-Spaghetti for ___ ___ .V lOc
sty Mrs-'C- N.Middleton. Sam Anderson Starke..Fla. It Norman attended church: at Law-
<) Gainesville Monday atOil. T, Dutton and Mra. J. E. Wilson FOR SALE 6-tub Atwater-Kent Wade Gaaklns was visiting Salt_ and Matches, 2 for '_ _ 5c
motored to Jacksonville Wednes- radio. '20. Steam Pressing! Co., Miss Myrtle Norman Sunday night

a Jessie day to see MM. H. C. Wall. who is Starke. It. Mr. Jerry Witcher was visiting

&lid Mrs J Mae S' -Bise1y and a patient at St. Vincent's hospital. Mr. 'John Browning Sunday after- Cabbage Ib. 2/c Soap and.Powders, 3 for _ 10c
lilcaglviJ1r Balsd n spent I FOR SALE-L C. Smith typewriter. noon. ,
dII. in Jacksonville with Mr.-and Mrs Harold Davis and ., Any reasonable'offer accepted. The prayer meeting at Mr. Doy-

children, Mrs.' LIzzie Davis and Mrs. J. F. Colley. lt. er's was largely attended Sunday ONIONS Great Northern Creamery '
Ceclrie Mr. Floyd Davis of Clover, S. C., night also will be prayer meeting
!lay for Lee ot Pensacola, left arrived Tuesday and are guests at FOR SALE-Barred Rock Fryers. at Mrs. Maggie Browning's Wednesday Id

WIth hla his hOllle alter a visit the home of Mr and Mra. T. N. Phone 123J. its : nightMiss 3lbs. - - - lOc Beans Ib.4c Butterlb.---31c
Iller.1Ir. loD-in-law and Kendrlck. Before returning to their Mamla Lou Norman pent ,

and Ml'II. 3. 8..Ba1 homo they will visit points of Interest FOR SALE-Strawberry plants. the night with her cousin, Mrs. . -- .- .,. -- .. .. .. ,
In South Florida. , A. J. Griffls' Starke. 12-!-2t .Henry Dunn Tuesday night .- , : '. M- .. : ,

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INCREASED Macclenny. .Bak e;;

r r FARM NEWS SECTION Vermont Maple Pecan Cake HINTS TO HOUSEWIVES CHIPPING- OF TREES A FAT-MAN acreage era Who of desire to Plan ty

1'I 2 cups sifted Swans Down Cake Conserving forest resources and WIll be given cucumbers

Flour 4 teaspoonful baking pow- Weekly from Home Demonstration at the same time increasing annual In this gay world a fat man did sign tip between the nom P+otypap lit

_. der, 2 tablespoonful butter, 1 cup Specialist, Tallahassee production and profits from dwell, of December, IIDd y

t Conducted By sugar, 1 egg unbeaten, 1 cup milk, the forests are possibilities within I Round as a tub and rolly-polly as entered Into between acCording totives

+ 1 teaspoonful vanilla, 2-4 cup pe a bell,
of rep
j of southern turpentine
TilE the grasp the
County Agent
can halves. His top and his middle' and his
a slight readjust- Exchange he
CHRISTMAS FRUIT CAKE operators and the secret
MISS PEARL JORDAN, Home Demonstration Agent Sift flour once, measure, add ment of working methods, recent I feet were fat, ker county growers : 1rGainesville. !

.. baking powder, and sift together The making of fruit cake for the tests by government scientists I You and I pity the place where he -,

' 'I -4-iI INNER CANS 838 JARS bedstead, and other furniture were three times. Cream butter, add holiday season Is of interest to a have demonstrated.The sat. \ The

+l FRUITS AND VEGETABLESI painted to a color scheme. sugar, and cream together thoroughly good many housewives Just now. production method recommended meat of agriculture,, atate 4
rrtq ; 1, : green Add egg and beat until No chair so strong, no bench so haa f '
Three chairs) a library table, and As these cakes require several consists in lower chippingthan beef cattle can be
1'' I Three hundred and twenty-eight a dressing table were then built light and fluffly. Add flour, alternately pounds of fairly expensive mater- is now commonly practiced. long for about one-ird rallied III p\-\
But what If he sat on it went all lees
with milk a small !
containers of fruits and vegetables I and painted. Two door stops were ials, the fine points about mixingand The advantages of narrowing the cooler northern tat baa

: i, canned this year is one of the reasons made, the davenport was covered, amount at a time. Beat after each baking them should be observed streak or "chip" are pointed out I wrong; son, general manager.
Would and and
addition until smooth. Add vanilla. topple sway crashto 0:
t Ihe
? ,i, i 1 that Shellle Mae Thompson, cushions were made for the chairs, with unusual care If one wishesto by Dr. Eloise Gerry, naval stores I the floor- and IlodewaU\ Cattl
ep'p'p Jekerson county 4-H club girl, recently and new curtains and pillow cases Bake in two greased 9-lnch layer avoid waste and turn out a good specialist of the Forest Products vine, 111.! stated duilnngedt
Oh the who
pity man can't
1 In moderate oven 25 minutes. get
; + f won the state food conservation were made. pans product. Laboratory, Fort Service, Madison -I' visit to the College
through the door. of
S + k t championship, and a trip "I didn't have any money, but I Put layers together cover top Whatever recipe is used, suggests Wis. cattle

z i to the National Club Congress In realized that attractive furniture and sides of cake with Log Cabin the Bureau of Home Eco- In test the Choctaw-i Florida's cnJate CelnevSt Is
y Minutes Press a -year He went to town for a pair of uaexcey
; Chicago, according to Miss Ruby counts for little if it is not com- Seven Frosting. nomics of the United States De- hatchee National Forest near Pen- cattle raising during aU
frost- britches
Brown, home demonstration agent. fortable and effectively arranged. I Press halves of Pecans into partment of Agriculture, prepareall sacola, Fla., the investigators de- the year and .It Is bin spa,
He them
and sides of cake. pulled on, they split at
vl.r1 her 4-H club Ing on top and nuts first. Pick In a few oP1IIJ1II
i, Shellle Mae began had but little living room furniture the fruit termined oleoresin yield from three the stitches, years to cOllie

3 r ,1 canning work three years ago. They but I knew a room looked Seven-BUnute Frosting the fruit over very carefully, washIt matched groups of trees. They He went to river and climbed on will be the greatest pure.brc. P1

first year she canned 34 containers, better with too little furniture than 1-2 cup Log Cabin Syrup 1 cup and dry it. Cut citron or other chipped one group 3-4 Inch high a the dock tie producing, state In t Ibe

and last 'year the number canned too much," Agnes said. sugar, 1-4 teaspoonful cream of dried peel Into small pieces. Make week as In ordinary commercial He jumped in the water and sank !IIi

fig was 234. "I am a club girl who has definite tartar, 2 egg whites, 1 teaspoonful sure there are no bits of shell practice, another group 1-2 inch like a rock. Tarpon Springs

''r t Each year she has been IncreasIng household tasks to perform vanilla. among the nuts and that they are high a week according to former of the various oil The

a'' {' $ li I, the size of her garden, and dally. I have my bedroom, the liv- Put syrup, sugar, cream of tar- all sweet and fresh. Forest Service lease requirements,, On the hard road a banana peel the Anclote river have comp

Y c growing a larger variety of vege- ing room, and dining room to care tar and egg whites In upper part In mixing start as with any and chipped the third group experi- did with fishermen _
I tables. for and in addition to the the butter and lay; engaged i In II;
dally od double Duller. Beat with rotary cake by creaming wek of hllaratlng
mentally a height
Oh, met! oh, Why was It in sport of
o rl? ; t' (, Shellle Mae nays, "I have learn clean-up give them a thorough I egg beater until thoroughly sugar, adding the beaten yolks of only about 1-4 inch. At the end his my let from the waters snsgrm,

ed the use of the pressure cooker cleaning every week. I couldn't mixed. Placed over rapidly boil the eggs and the liquid. Cider or of five the faces chipped 3-4 way. Snagging has been oft the
; years
He backwards and took
,, l and always insist on it for meats, tell In a liftlme what 4-H club work tart and often pitched a practiced
ing water, beat constantly with rotary grape Juice, Jelly, inch were too high to be worked nice seat. now It Is a fine art and
and in the future will use it for has done for me. It has made a beater and cook 7 minutes, or sour cream and molasses are used further whereas the so far has found the
Then all could hole no t.1
see was a
non-acid vegetables. For toma- more attractive home, better until frosting will stand in peaks. for the liquids. Jelly that Is not I low faces could be carried on for you the game. The way t
in the street.
t'fa, toes and fruits I use a hot pack housekeeping, and a more happy, Remove from fire, add vanilla and firm enough for the table but oth- another 5-year period, almost line out toward a enaggercu-]
t Blake and Joe. mullet
( 44 ib'' t and process in hot water bath because contended, and home loving peoplein beat until thick enough to spread. erwise of good flavor may be put doubling the leasing value per tree By Just Jumped Into the air toil
4i Is "
I find the steam
i, pressure this country. Baltimore Cake in the'cake.. The molasses shouldbe if the butt Its nose! at the rl
Lady or, preferred, reducing B. II. S. HOMECOMING A fisherman.
t I have much
gained the
unnecessary. sweet, not strong. Half of litter with
3-4 butter 2 1 scar by half or more. Moreover, SUCCESSThe aqulcke Jerk ofUJ>b
valuablo Information regarding the cup cups sugar,
flour Is mixed with the leaveningand
1 TWO 4-H CLUB RADIO lassoes his
the total yield of oleoresin obtained fish and
milk 3 1-2 Jpa h.
flour 3 1-2
making of Jelly and preserves; cup cups spices, and half with the fruits
in the from before
5-year period B. H. S. the
level homecoming wasa fiat
how to test for pectin; how to determine teaspoonful baking powder, dis-
BROADCAST SATURDAY and nuts to keep them evenly knows what
? the Jellying point; and the 6 egg whites, beaten stiff 1 tap. the low-chipped faces was at least big success as we seniors see it. It's all about
tributed dough.
equal to that from the faces more At the know sometimes arrive at the
lemon flavoring. game, as you the two feet!
importance of being accurate Add the first part of the flour alternately r
Florida 4H club members may fishermen hooked nUtl
than twice as high. sponsors, Patsy Brinson and Bev- In the
{ ,d weights and measures. Cream butter and add with the liquid, then the
hear two 4-H club radio programs sugar or other parts of the
marched down the sidelines auatoa
The low faces tended to give erly Cady ,
Miss Brown that Shellle
reports Saturday, December 5. gradually. Sift together baking floured fruits and nuts. Use the --
:Mae has also been carrying 4.1.1k The national 4-H broadcast will powder and flour three times, and hand to mix well.,, Add the whitesof yields or higher quality because attractively dressed and car- MadisonConcrete slderoJ
k t in home they contained a greater proportion rying bouquets of yellow chrysan
projects Improvement,
add to butter and alternately the last.
be given over an NBC network sugar eggs In front of
.s.1+ ,'' ,+ and nutrition and has been of dip, as compared with the themums. They were escorted to fire station.
sewing ,
i ol from 12:30: to 1:30: p. m., eastern with milk and flavoring. FoldIn Line the pan or pan .for baking Thomas
l an active club leader in the county. standard time. The speakers will egg whites last. Bake in three the cake with well-greased paperto relatively large yields of scrape Resale their places by Victor and
collected from Colson.
be Horace A. Moses and the boy layers at 350 to 375: degrees F. prevent scorching, and cook the high faces. Low

s;' i 'I CLUB GIKL PROUD and girl who won the Moses lead- Use following Icing: very a very moderate oven chipping, which appeared to cause The reception was an enjoyable

d OF INEXPENSIVE ership trophies for this year. A 3 cups granulated sugar, 1 cup ((275 degrees to 300 degrees F.). less drain on the trees' vitality, affair. The following program K

ATTRACTIVE ROOM program of America's Indian mu- boiling water, 3 egg whites, 1-2 If you are making one large cake reduced possible degrade of butt added to the success of the eve- %:

sic will be given by the U. S. Ma- cup candled cherries, cut fine 2 use a tube pan. The dough may lumber because of pitch soaking or ning:

"My living room Is rather Inexpensive rine Band. Florida Stations to tbsp. lemon Juice, 1 cup chopped fill it to a -depth of 3 1-2 or 4 because of drying of the exposed Piano solo, Cresendo (Lassoon)

t' but It's attractive, and I'm carry the program are WJAX, raisins, 1 cup pecans, chopped.Stir Inches. A 6-pound cake In one surface accompanied by attacks by Patsy Brinson.A .

;4.f as proud of It as a baby would be I Jacksonville, WIOD, Miami, and the sugar and water until loaf will take about four hours to study Insects of and the fungi.wood A and microscopic bark obtained reading The History of the w

of a new rattle," Agnes White, WSUN, St. Petersburg.The bake. Two smaller tube pans or
I sugar Is dissolved, then let boil at different from the graduates of B. H. S. by Miss Miriam -
Jlolmes County 4-H club girl and ; monthly Florida 4-H pro- without stirring until the bread tins may be used for the heights Jacobs.
syrup test trees
showed that the low-
k state home Improvement champion gram will be broadcast from amount of dough in a 6-pound Two vocal wren r i
will thread from a spoon, pour upon chipped trees when with solos (a) At Dawn- HornBurned
4? recently said. I WRUF, Gainesville, from 5:30: un- white of eggs, beaten stiff, beating cake. the trees had wider Ing (Cadman): Since I Kissed You a
'yl"+ 4!,' Agnes began her 4-H club home' til 6 p. m. Two of the boys who constantly. Continue beating un- Test the fruit cake with a clean I high-chipped of annual (Cadman) by Miss Evelyn Stump. Do\
rings growth, better developed -
*, improvement work four years ago are now representing Florida at til icing is cold; add fruit and straw. Turn'it but on a rack to Two piano solos The Second \

{ I in what she calls, "my gloomy the National Club Congress in Chi- spread on cake.Pineapple. cool as soon as it is done. When i'edly summer abundant wood, and mark- Valse (Durand) ; 'Moonlight

room" With a little help from her cago and R. W. Blacklock, state Ire Box Cake cool, wrap in waxed or parchmentpaper ing tissues more oleoresin-glv-above the (Smith) by Miss Louise Thede. people used to ask, "LI

pli parents and two 4-H club sisters boys' club agent, will return JustIn and put away in a tight tin faces. Immediately At the conclusion pf the programan insured? Now they ask,]
N ut{' and $15 In cash, the room of time to speak on the program. 1.2 tbsp. Knox Sparkling gela- box. If this is done the cake will alumnae association he Insured "
was properly !
y which she ia now proud is the result '- tine, 1-3 cup cold water, 1 cup keep for many weeks. It shouldbe Workmen soon became adept at ized, Ralph Cox, president organ-of the

kfi L' according to Mrs. Bettle Cau ] Feed corn and tankage to the ] crushed pineapple, 1 cup pecans, i looked at once in a while to taking the 1-4 Inch chip with a No. senior class, officiating as chairman : Adequate sound stock i

( die home demonstration agent. I meat hogs for two or three weeks' chopped, 1-4 cup sugar, 1-4 tbsp. make sure that no mold it start- 0 or even a No. 1 hack, so the labor for the occasion. Mr. A. J. Insurance will properly/ }

+; !' First of all the davenport, table,j before butchering them. lemon Juice, 3-4 cup cream, whip- Ing. Some people prevent fruit : 'factor should offer no signifi- Thomas was elected president, Mr. test you against loss and

I ped cake.lady fingers or stale sponge I cake from drying out by puttinghalf cant difficulty in applying low H. C. Wall, vice-president and Mr. service of our depends

an apple !in the tin with it or chipping to regular commercial operations
will of
J. H. of va
Powell secretary the as- agency prove [
Soak in cold water
gelatine I a piece of cheesecloth dampenedwith Doctor Gerry say Since
sociation. The number of yearly to
about five minutes, dissolve over the test youHAROLD
M-1- cider was completed, low chipping -
i: i c cO1UtOpfl )'Bridge hot water and add pineapple, pecans I has been successfuly practiced meetings and other matters of importance C. W
to the association will be
sugar, salt and lemon Juice. on a commercial scale
on sev-

t r 4 \\II////ffJ// ) AUCTIONS have Stir until dissolved.all gelatine When It and begins sugar to WRUF FARM PROGRAM eral operations. decided meeting.The .at an early date by a call INSURANCESTARKE

+ "The Voice of Results of the study are given in remainder of the evening was
/ 4 thicken, beat and fold in cream.
CONTRACT Line sides and bottom of large Florida"I I technical buneton 2G2-T, Improve- spent In dancing. nORID.awtneg
ment in the Production of Oleoresin
' i kr r square mold with lady fingers. Cover -
Important announcement about Through Lower Chipping, copies of .
by Wynne with pineapple cream mixture,
FergusonAuthor the Florida farm outlook will be which may be obtained free from

'PRACTICAL AUCTION BRIDCa then mold alternate is full.cakes Place and In cream Ice box until made during the farm programs the office of Information Depart STRAWBERRY\ PLANTSOwing

from state radio station WRUF ment of Agriculture, Washington,
and let stand three or four hours.
Copyright. 1931,by Hoyle,Jr. Unmold on large cake plate and next week, the Florida Agricultural D. C.NEGRO.

Extension Service has announced.The to the conditions around Starke,
garnish with whipped cream and COUNTY AGENTSTO dry-like
Farm Hour Is broadcast from
pecans. noon to 12:45: ,. eastern Standard HOLD CONFERENCE and Lawtey, we are making very special prices oa

world There who Is no Auction player in the No score, rubber game. Z dealt and I WOMEN SUPPLEMENT. time, each day. your wants In both Missionary and Blakemore berry
always wins or who always bid one spade, A two hearts, Y Tallahassee, Fla.-A conferenceof
The schedule follows I
loses, and yet some players,deservedly B pass, Z two spades, A Y FAMILY INCOMES the plans. See our agents Brownlee Bros., Starke,
and home
or otherwise, get that reputation. It is and D three hearts. What should Z WITH CRAFT WORK Sat., Dec. 5 Florida Farm News negro county dem- who will take
t very useful to have a reputation for now do with the foregoing hand? Z and Hints. U. S. Farm Science onstration agents of Florida will and G. W. Roberts, of Lawtey, Fla.,
r good luck. It not only be held at the Florida A. & M. College
gives your should bid three spade. The only other (By Spud Johnson.) Snapshots. your order.
partner confidence in you, but also possible bid ia four diamonds and thatis Womeh Mon., Dec. 7 How Farmers here December 8-10, A. A.
fine to
worries your opponents. Card players a bad bid because partner may leave are mighty have May Use Outlook InformationA.P. Turner, local district agent, has You know Bauer plants of quality and we know
class around the house at time but
s a are superstitious,even though it in. At void any ,
a score, there is a much announced.
t; they will not admit it and, when a better chance for game in spades than in times of depression they are Spencer. The General Farm how to ship your plants on time and give you real
player has the reputation of "always" in diamonds the income Outlook for Florida-H. G. Clay- Negro farm and home problems
so the three-spade bid it supplementing family service. So get busy at once and place your order
n winning, he generally does. He has a preferable. and thus helping the family in a ton.Tues. for the coming year will be dis
{ d happy air of success that imparts itself very practical way. Women of ., Dec. 8-The Florida Truck cussed. Specialists from the Flor for what you may want.
4 r/ I to his partner and opponents alike. "I 1 CONTRACT BIDDINGj Florida counties Crops Outlook-W. T. Nettles. ida Agricultural Extension Service
many working
love to play with you, partner. Youalways At Contract the bidding would be with their home demonstration Control of Cabbage Worms--J. R. and state home demonstration de-
t : me feel that the
we are going same. J. BAUER
to win." Such remarks to a winning agents, are learning home crafts Watson. Farm Question Box. partment will take part in the con-
q player are often heard and show the Hand'No. :2 I work and making articles that finda Wed., Dec. 9-The Florida Poul- ference.

t ; influence that his reputation exerts. Hearts-Q, 8, 4, :2 ready sale almost any time of try Outlook-Norman R. Mehrhof.The Negro county agents are locatedIn TILE STRAWBERRY PLANT MAN

On the other hand, consider the Clubs- 10, 7,3 the year, but particularly preced- Florida Dairy Outlook Alachua, Columbia, Gadsden,
player who "always" loses He takes Diamonds -j, 7,2:z ing the holiday season. Hamlin L. Brown. Primer for Hamilton, Jackson, Jefferson, Mar JUDSONIA, ARKANSASYou'll
his place at the table with 4'Y
a sad and Spades-J, 8, Town Farmers' lon, and Suwannee
mournful expression as if Fate has Attractive articles are made counties. Negro -
already marked him out as the loser of i I j from tropical products which Thurs., Dec. 10--The Florida home demonstration agents are

t the rubber. He generally starts out 1A Bt abound in Florida. Among these Livestock and Feedstuffs OutlookW. In Duval Leon, Madison, Marion, - -- -- -

with a remark like this: "Well, partner I Z ; are beautiful coconut fiber bags, J. Slieely. Results of Pas Orange, St. Johns, and Sumter
I haven't been able to hold a face card book covers, tropical Christmas ture Experiment. in Florldla-W. counties.A never know how gooda

in weeks so watch your step." He takes No core: rubber game. Either at cards, and similar articles. Others I E. Stokem .
a queer sort of pride In his bad luck Auction or at Contract, if Y's partner have learned leather and Fri., Dec11The Florida Farm rack over the kitchen work cigar can be until you rilU '
and seems to enjoy talking about it. had first bid tooling .
spades and rebid them and Crops Outlook. Lee Smith. table for small utensils like the have smoked i i
Needless to say, such a player has a on the third round of bidding, bid four make tooled purses, golf bags, tobacco i a \\miirttlvm \ \
bad influence I Farm Reporter at Washington. egg beater, can-opener, grater, and
his diamonds and desk
on partner and an what should Y now bid if A pouches, equip-
f' encouraging one on his opponents. He passed four diamonds? Y should bid ment. Some make footstools and I scissors, savea both steps and

probably doesn't always lose, but he four spades. His partner has showed a doorstops. SOUTHERN BEEKEEPERSTO nerves.

certainly deserves to always lose. He Is good spade hand by his rebid and onlya Wreaths of native materials are MEET IN FLORIDA e NoyO
c his own most formidable opponent and, fair diamond hand. Y's hand has
r by his dismal complaints and talk practically the same strength in both always attractive and are in de- slu

w' about hard luck, discourages hia partner suits and therefore the same chance to mand as decorations for the holidays St. Petersburg Fla.-Beekeep- HAVM
aa well aa himself. make four in either suit. As four spades and special occasions. Baskets ers from over the southern states p MORE

jj There is a lot of psychology in score game! it is the preferable bid. of pine needles, grasses and : will gather here February 2 and 3 &
Auction and Contract anil\:! the winning Hand No. :2 was the one.held by Z'. other native materials are useful for the annual Southern States >elightfully\J\\\

player is generally the one who comes partner in Hand No. 1. la the actual and saleable. Beekeepers' Conference, accordingto

I to the card table not only with the will play, Z bid four diamonds and Y Another line of home crafts work R. E. Foster, state apiary In- [ Lewis Cigar Mfg. Co.. Newark, N.:J.11
to win but with the sure belief that he paM d. The hand was submitted to ---_---_ -
-- -- -
u is going to win. Tell your friends of the writer for criticism and from the followed by many home demon- spector.An =
your good luck, but keep your bad analysis is evident that both player stration women Is the making of interesting program of talks, -.YenBi

., luck yourself. Don't get( the reputation made bad bids. Y'. error however, rag and hooked rugs which can motorcade, and visits to the south Wake Up Your I.i
of being a "Jonah. All the world was inexcusable. When your partner be sold throughout the year. In Florida Fair la being planned.
j love a winner, but the loser must has bid two suits and you have better some counties looms are providedat .
always weep alone. Practice Coue' support for one, always take him backto
There 6,489 farm dwellings
a central place where the wom- are now -
uggeition and keep repeating to that suit. If you have equal supportas -Without Galon
"I In en may gather to make rugs. Other in Florida lighted by electric-
yourself am getting luckier and I Hand No. 2,take him back to the
luckier day by day" You will be sur major suit. Play for game all the time. women make them in their own ity compared with 2,042 In 1920,

a> alt the results both in your luck homes.In according to census reports. be.YudI. w '
( .nd i in.. your popularity at the Hand No.3 some cases displays of the And ToaH Jump Out of Bed ] IIOa
i, i; card table. craft Quickly l BeachesMuddy in the ds.s
articles made
"+ The following hand are (interesting I Y J are during Ask your home demonstration Morning Rarin'to Go up 7
!; tr'' and instructive: to Bs and other public gathering, so agent about how to make inexpensive Skins j
i}is !Y t Z I that the public may become ac- gifts for Christmas. Dull If yet reel nor nd rank ad tb
ordinary vanishas
,,ly''' }h Hand No. 1 quainted with articles which are blemishes, and appearance Ioob esl.rar +w '4
defective feature
k; I ---- Hearts-A, K, Q. 10.. 7, 6, 5, :2 for sale. Occasionally lIata of ar- Panama City-A. W. Page, lo- are forgotten under the lure of the of a1ta. mia- watar. call. bsathlot
i t Y : Clubs-K: 7 ticles which are for sale with the cal fisherman, who always baa exceptionally bewitching beauty instantly candy or' cfasnrtnc gam. Hid tlaysd

6 1 t sA Bt Diamond.K, 3 names of women from whom they good luck brought in a dered. BeueAdal in correcting ren ." ... ..... muzaarr1"r.ssatle
: t Spade.7 sat .._...
No score, first At either Auc- may be obtained are posted, and magnificent string of groupers tan.fUbbtaes, freckle, wrinkle{ ef i
i' Hearts 7 tion or Contract game., what should ,", a. women of the cities can order from caught In the waters of the Gulf GOUUuItS Tat a.r: .... .. .. ftIIp d4 aygx
' t t CIuW-9S: dealer bid with the foregoing hand them. of Mexico while he and other 1I.ft" ....std S sans.....

V J Diamonds-A, K, Q!,8 The only proper bid in this case is four Altogether, the home craft article were fishing there. The string con- 0@IENT4l i a1a.doesn't eft M..-.Zfsns.aa el4grsYstssrls*

f 1 Spades- A, Q. 10,6, 3,1: heart to shut out, if possible, a four- made by Florida women slated of seven large specimen: fit jl dwis4tsi.llt ri ....

spade bid by opponents. it i II a perfect bring In sizable sums to add to the weighing approximately 14 pound CREAM ..... ft > .

A//' -AUCTION.- BIDDING example of a-shutout bid. family Income each. ...... ... "-- ....... gw ......,...... _L' ... t segsw8( s Ms/

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__ro..unER. 4. 1931 FLORIDA _. ..._ _.._...
------- -of. before---ye-ask-him.-- ; b:8; o'clocn.; : MISS hiowman" of -- - snug- .L\.Io.! r

Prayer: O send out Thy Farms will be the speaker Sanford- :Officials of the Ecker- ty firm specializes tn skis In the I From members ;'ib;-Corinth d

/ thy truth: Let them lead the evening.A son Canning Company who have rough and their product Is ship. Church

cordial invitation to recently completed Installation of ped all over the world, but .
them bring me unto Thy all our principally !. .
extended to all. machinery and equipment In one to Canada and Germany. At present 7.559 farm dwellings ",

DAILY BIBLE .\ ) C- of Florida's new citrus canning In Florida have running

BAI'TISTSunday factories, announced that the plant IN MEMORY or Dill E. J. compared with 3,341 In 1920.water "

0 feet a ig ante mnalh.-Psalm 119105. December 4 will begin' operations within the I.EWIS to conaus reports according -
unto my next 10
days. C. It. Kckerson
WOld ill amp Riches Have Wings school at 10 a. m. A. J, president See the new Bradford High

Pro All religious teacWnj doctrine or not to be rich: cease supt Will some of our said that there is a possibility Brother E. J Lewis died on Nov. School student photo at Hoover

IrP4 m ur'"!I af JPu. creed, if they are to have any claim own wisdom. For riches who can sing come each that he will be able to employ at 20th at three' o'clock when the Bros. Studio. They are noveL

W loyalty and devotion 01 the people, must be In harmony with make themselves at 9:30: a. m., and make it least 800 people each day working angel of death claimed his spirit \
clove, fold and crevice wings; them In
worde fitnto shifts
Christ who e every of 200 each
of JesUS the MAN 23 4 5. and profitable for the every after fighting life faithfully for 73 Six photos make six beautiful
C ingl of whom it was said in John 7:46."NEVER away.-Proverbs : six hours. He
heart: and children who always get to anticipates operating years. He died In peace and harmony Christmas gifts. Not costly but

>b ,uUKE TillS4amof lotAN. December A school very early and have a full 24-hour day, amt the with all who knew him, and something your friends cannot

Bradford and Union counties are Invited to use I this dent Safeguarded He to do for a full half hour? plant has a capacity of 2400 field all who knew him well loved him. -your photograph. Come buy

a" ; ? neWS of hurch nctlvltle- organizations and announce- angels charge over thee, and help the pastor with boxes of fruit peeled, hulled divided Several years ago he became ill Hoover Bros. Studio. early. .
tot and no charge made the only requirement thee In all thy ways.- : syruped, canned, '
Itt .e given little ones whom Jesus loves. refrigerat I and all that time suffered untold "
S Ile this office before Wednesday morning, 11 ed and "
that much reach for current ISIIue. Worship at 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. each day. All white I pain, but Is now transplanted in a Cross City -- Shamrock LoJge ,'

l ,_thl'V cannot be handled December 6 At the evening service the labor will be used In the new $30- land where pain and sorrow are recently purchased Masonic prop $:

Death or Life-To be will present a program of mu- 000 plant. no more. We sorrow more than erty and remodeled building after .

be offered and the time of my de- minded is death; but tOo. Tell your friends and every-' mortal tongue can tell the dear placing on their own lot.PalmettoConstruction. 'I''

SCND\Y SCHOOL I parture la at hand. I have fought a ually minded is life and to come. Last Sunday the' Perry-Skis made in the "Land one gone we loved so well the love- of new ;

Urau I LESSON I II good fight I have finished my Romans 8: 6. was delighted to hon ol Perpetual Sunshine" and shipped lye face against the window pane, cash buyers' platform here started !,

I course. I have kept the faith. December 7 Rev. L. W and Mrs. Klckllter. > to the land of winter snows the footprints seen In garden and by D. M. Courtney, local grower '

5fl Henceforth there Is laid up for me The Fool-The fool was brother Klckliter's eighty- and ice to be used in winter sports In lane are seen no more, but hoping and packer.

flv R DECEDIfEB 6, 1931 a crown of righteousness which his heart There is no birthday. Mrs. Klckliter is and far north travel constitutes still we wait.

the Lord the righteous judge shall rupt are they and only living charter member of just another Florida Industry that Whisper softy brother's dying, I ftPKCIAI. MAMTKK'ft SALE
4I Rome and Beyond.en give me at that day, and not to me Take Puie* ,.
t abominable Iniquity: church brings In considerable money to and we'll see him nevermore but r'" hat cthaertainnfinRladecred
have fought a but unto all them also that I : Ier.t:
Text: "I only Taylor The the silver river we'll : tint 1-isi I ?
down heaven to see if Midweek service on Wednesday county. White Hickory beyond meet and entered b
ff I have finished my love his appearing. What a bless- the lion' A, .Z. A flgbt i any that did 7:30: ( p. m.TRAIN. Company on the Fenholloway him there you know, with a few cult Court r"- ,
faith 2 coo nty. Flnr.
I have kept the ing It will be to all those who are 53: 1.2. hIghway out of Perry, is again scattered roses we laid< him thereto !In Ida In\ that certain 'orwolomira ptilt
t y 4:7.: able when death comes to say 'I SCHEDULE running with a force of fifteen men rest in the Dyal cemetery near tlon, Bank.. of Stnrke.and a porpora-

t Text: 2 Timothy 4: 618.Auction am ready have fought a good December 8 at the mill and out In the woods the home he loved best. Remember 'Acol"pl'iln.antv"Ijfl IM defendant the t"ranK under-F.

: "Just before Paul fight finished my course Have AU Cood-The Effective Sunday, August 9th cutting hickory. Recently the company angels guard our dear broth planed front l of mouth Mil,door at of publlo court outcry hmme of In

Jerusalem for the last time henceforth e for a crown of lions do lack and suffer ; changes and trains will shipped a solid car load of er's dust till Jesus comes to judge U'nil/.ol!r :II a county 1 In town of Htnrk.

d ke to the Christiana In Rome righteousness. Paul wrote to but they that seek the as follows: skis in the rough to Hamburg, Germany the just; then he'll wake to his florlda., for to rant the,. hlftheHt during the and 1t'lJa'beat l

. from Jerusalem that Timothy "Come shortly unto me; not want any good thing.prel'tch.'C No. 107, southbound due Starke, where they will be finished surprise and meet' his Saviour In "hour" of male' on ton.IRY the ?th
and he 34: 10. 'Vf f rteceiiiber, A. II. l,:u. the
I for" his friends Demas,, Crescens,,
to Spain Into snow skis. This coun- the skies.
:; a. m. Taylor f f."owJnlr.r. rotate ,
v ? go to Spain, and that, he Titus, had all left Rome for other December' 9 No.1. southbound due Starke, -- ..::. ." \. ..-!a.1.. "I. ". '""lying-nnd", U1"llfo"!.becounty. -'

| visit Rome on his way. He clUes, "Only Luke Is with me. Great and True '35 m. HOMO] U..lnnlnll. point V
p. a
he had greatness unto our God. Notice I. hereby given thAt tits following deacrlhed bode will be mold of on north aide
for many years Take Mark and bring with thee: A N. It. A Mt
No 108 northbound due Starke
at public suction on the FIIUI'JlfUNDAY IN IMOPKMHHH mil. being SVestmorelsnd
J 'j to see Rome and that he for he Is profitable to me for the Rock his work is perfect: : m. the 7th day of maid month. bi-fora the courthouse boor at smrke In llrnd- right of of kttret the crosses the
h Lre be would come In the ministry. And Tychlcus have I his ways are judgment: p. ford county, State of Florldit.. 4tr. ao much thereof aa will b.. neceaaiiry. Railroad. way and on the A cant g I aide<. A o.of
No. 2, northbound due Starke, to pay tho amount due for taxes Bet opnonlte the some, together with said. and
U of the blessings of the gos- sent to Ephesus" probably to act truth and without iniquity, : a. the coat of such sale a nit nclvei'Uxjmr. C. A.. KNH1HT, Tax Collector.Dearrlpdon wllli I'1 Weatinorelntiil! run Street north SOU parallel feat

i Paul did go to Rome but he as pastor of the church there so right la Deuteronomy : m.Wannee 'J'al'. thence mat at right anitlea tn said!I
at Jerusalem givenI that Timothy (who was then in December 10 Branch \IIf'''. T. II. .A. Owner A I .."... Mtri-i't 417 feet thonce south 240 feet
Felix Fes- Our Inheritance No. 101 leaves Starke 7 a. m. N u of BWI4 _____________.90 8 19 80 E. W. Hayes, Admr. _.._ 4501 to right. of way of the. A. 8 H O.
before could to Paul at n"III'oaI, thence .
I bearings charge) come to point of Jf
No. 102 arrives 2:40 N of NK',4
id Agrlppa appealed his case Rome. We should all be glad to knoweth the ways of the : : p. m. 1 Sl'I t' t..NoL NW't NE34 brglnnjmr hangs In "Section 2(1( Tbwnahlp
and their Inheritance T. J. Griffin, Agent of SF'h _ _________ t 1 19 240 n W. Hayea.. Aclinr. ___,118,(IB til Kaat
.Roman Emperor was taken know that Paul desired the assistance NJi1% of SE',4! ____________13 5 21 40 Lydla TIHOII ____________ ID.71 A. a' cnrcwa. /
Bud delivered to the cap- of Mark, whom Paul once ever.-Psalm. 37: 18. Lots 1 2 8 4 of Blk a Llv- KVTOUT special* KNNIIIT.MaKtxr Stark.In Chttncery. ,. I
Kla. v
whom f i Closing of Malls Inirfiton, Truby A Co'a nd.dltlon loin II,'II
It I!the prison guard, by criticised because Mark refused to 1 to Starke I in W/4 or. for Coinplulnunt.noiMil 1

was permitted to dwell fore go further with Barnabas and Paul SAXTONPreaching I Train No. 107 south 10:20: a. m. of NU 4 . . --------2} 4 8! ii Unknown .. ________ tUG 11.8-Gt'I2.- --- ., - -
with a sol- Train No. 108, north 5:20: p. m. Lots t 88RS1oflot4 yl
ra, "by on their first missionary journey. of Hlk 4 '
Night malls close 6 p. m. Llvlllf atntt! Truby TO APPNtll 1
that kept him." When at Mark had no one to give his version every first $ CWa Addition to It appearing; by affidavit attach I+
of captivitywas Sundays at 3 p. m., by Starke &: Bell Branch: BUrkf tn WU of NI14..98 4 22 Livingston, Truby A Co. 1).83 od to the bill of oompluliir lied In
two of that and
after years controversy, we Mall closes 7 a. m. 1 LotiI9S417ofUl k 5Lvlniraton thin rOlIl.t. wherein Anna Hell Hurl
[ arraigned before the em- have always sympathized with him. Christy of the Lawtey Truhy A Coaddition ban flied stilt for divorce avalnatHiimuet
church. Mall arrives 2:40: p. m. I to Starke' In "VVH H"rt, that the realdenre. or '
,, he was acquitted; but since Paul showed his human nature by Preaching i of NEW __18! 8 22 Livingston Trilby & Co. 0.11Lulkl address, of fiR,11I".1, Hart la unknown .
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ntlnued presence In Rome asking Timothy to bring to him his ond and fourth i to complainant, thAt there n!
o'clock by Rev. Sellers of Blue Bus Schedules Livingston Tint IK no person In I the seat of Florida,
have provoked his Jewish cloak books and parchment, or 12 known to affiant, service of procenenimn

lira to fresh hostility he was manuscript writings. Then Paul vine and singing in the Northbound: 8:51 a. m., 1:21: p. by Stnrke A Com In WM addition, of NEW _to.28 8 22 Unknown _. .. ...... 180.08Latm311780101 .. whom would hind the said d.. t
of the at 3:00: o'clock. ., 4:15: p. m., 8:21: p. m., 5.00: a. { of endant.
lAthe interest pub- said "At first .
r cd my answer no man TrubyA It l 1'1' therefor ordered thnt th"IIRhl
Blk 10
ice, to quit the city. stood with me, but all men forsookme C- Cn'a addition Llvlntraton to Starke Snmiifl Hurt. do' appear to lhahili r
METHODISTLast Southbound: 9:34 a. m. 11:34: a. Truby A Co. 21.04 I of untinplalnt'' In anld rouse t.
In of NF3V _________88 6 22 LIvlnaaton.
God that it not be
uler Paul's release from tls:t : I pray may Wit' Starke Kloildu, on or b"'fora r>e- !
In Rome he did laid to their charge. Notwithstanding .. 4:34, p. m., 7:34 p. m., 12:47: a. Lots Tiuby of Rlk A: 85 t'o'a Llvlnaton I addition : *- ...mtior 7th, A, p 1981. elms! the aft.-
. Sunday before the Tickets: and Information at to Starke In WMi{ ofN11'44 uatloim ot said Mil will ba taken.
missionary work with Titus the Lord stood with me, of the conference Service next to : 28S'A 6 32 Livingston Truby A Co. 8..JO s's confessed by him
we Station -
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It In further ordered that
and that ,
strengthened me by me
The Island ofe ;
is associate. 5 Livingston, t I'four
meet all or as many of of Hlk lice ba |iuL>lliihi l once a week for
was evangelized and Titusleft the preaching might be fully ruby A ('0. Sub Dlv- p.nntcutlve. ueeka In Bradford
bers as can possibly union. of NHV4 of NRV4: 28 6 22 Livingston, Truby A Co. 4.47 "t xinty Tnlxa-iapli. published In
known and that all the Gentiles lYt
[ in of the churches ,
charge Hlk lot 8
morning and evening Gainesville Tung oil a com- NH of 7 "r J xterkn., Florida
n might hear: and I was delivered Truby A Co a Witness. my hand an Clerk and the I
day 11 a. m. and 7:.30 p. new Florida farm pro- anh-dTvUlon of NliVl: of Aral of thin court, tale the Sid day .
out of the mouth of the lion. Smith ___.. 4 7T
_ David & lion
.hlle engaged In this work aknarf .:' 28 6 22 .,
League 7.00: p. m. used In paints and varnishes, oft Dlk V or"lota" 1 4 of November, A. n. IIIUoren-MAN
rif the flltv! nf_ RnmA___ .. It is probable that in his second SVi. W.
r-'_ _- ____ _n n_ WAS" Sunday school 10 a. m. now being successfully used for J.lvlnJl"ton. Truby A CO'M Clerk nf Circuit .C..t. C.

eJ. and Nero the Roman emir Imprisonment Paul had two trials. All friends and the products, according to B. F, NBV4 I I _of__NIO'A_ _of 2* & 29 Livingston( Truby & Co. SCO Py'flows\Vllirl3:, Deputy Clerk
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accused the Christians of theg. Only the Lord stood with him on orally are also invited. of Gainesville, pioneer All Blk 8 Livingston Trubv RuBrttor'for. : Complainant.Httll.U4. Q 1I

"In 'accordance with the that first trial but It the Lordstands good music. Pastor will "...._".'....fta..... ...C ........,..... wIl v.. .n...v...au_.. .In.. A Cn'a sub dlvlalon 1 _
an law the Christians accused with us at the end of life section. The newest use for tung All of HlK NEST: of NEW 10: LavinxHton._,. __-:___,28 I 22 Adam Thomui .. ____ 5.3J I .:

\tuning the City had to be we may be happy in death, totPaid rRJ'.sUYTERIAN oil !is as'an auto top dressing. This Trubv : ('o s Hub division MAII'rF.R" ""1.10
el NE% of NID"28 'II 23Lui. Llvln..ten, Truhy ft Co. Lie n.'by motlce I. given 4'h"t finder
bin)at the
stake or exposed to said:
dressing has been perfected and 1 4 of ilk 18 Livingmon. -- and by 11"118 of that C.rtrln final
Ilea8fiJ." '"And the Lord shall! deliver cob 10 a. m. Sunday school J. M. tested'over a period of five years. Truby A Con subdivision Seers. t>f fnr.rlnnure ftad by Jlonh.
6 23 Thomas ___ a.T' n.ablaI.. Z. A"klne Juf
* of NR'/i NHH4-.8J Kphrawi ? '
and his !!
will unto
"me ,
any were delivered to the wild preserve Truby supt. It is easly applied with a brush Bile 11 Llvlngeton I Truby ArVH TW.II.fy..j\lxth Judlclal.. (hreult oLlrlorlda
als as food, and others were heavenly kingdom: 'to whom be 11 a. >'TO. Morning worship' ser and :makes an auto top look like nub: dlvlnlon of NE'/ In end for. dru'dford. county.
of NMtf __________28 8 22 Llv..ton. Truby A Co. 8.79 "KrJi.., 111 lh.nrery cittlnr, on the
pped In "garments soaked In glory forever and ever. mon by the pastor. Theme' "The new. Mr. Williamson says. If applied 2* 24 fe Lot 27th *.y of Ortohrv *. I>. 18$!, ,
Ii1Ds 21, 22. .
h and sulphur" impaled 6h Great Love; Letter" a-sermon for before the top cracks It will 1 2 of Hlk H Uvlnimtoii. (favor'ulornbla of the P'ederY1{ Land Bank i7 3
'a convnrutlon,
k anralnat
of NEW of NIC'4 ________2* 62-3: Lrvlnaaton. Truby A Co. IH.47K.lvlnv f...,.. .
ht\they flamed as living torches 6:30 p. m. Chrlstiajt Endeavor The film is elastic and waterproof Lot a 4 of mile is 1.lvln"- J. J.-Thomaa an4 Dorm amt .nfroe. hla, wife,

''e Nero drove about m bill char- Christ Tteache* Lea How to Pray Topic "How Jesus Reveals God's and will not crack: in any land ot division Kton, Truhy of r Ell A of On NEW" mob__28 ( 22 ....' t.on Truby A Co. '.31 wife, and the Lawtry Pearl National Thomas Farm hla

and watched them die. It Is Matthew 6:6.: 7 8. Jesus said: Love: Leader, Miss 'Loyselle Tur rain or nun. Other products of Lots 1 3 of Illk SO LlvlnnHton Lean defendants Aamiolatlun. a corporation, aa

ght that some governor :In a When thou prayest, enter'into thy ner. We had a splendid meetinglast tang oil to bit manufactured by Triiby ot NEW! A of Co NEt4--28* subdivision f 22 :Livingston Truby A Cu.. B.SS Th..! special] maser, will offer ;a

BM province where "Paul "wasn closet and when thou Hast shut Sunday night With Marjorie :Mr, Williamson in commercial W'A of Irk 40 Llvlncaton door for. ale In Btarke In front, ITIorldi.of the, dnrlnath rourthou.. I

preaching arrested lilm and thy door pray to thy father whichis Stamp as leader.. quantities! include tung all ,paint. Truby C rVa sub dlv- barrel hour of ante. between the
I: him to Rome as a member of in secret; and thy father which *7:30: p. m. Evening worship snag tang oil varnUh' and .:anteunlnte all laton of NE of NI'1fl; _.-it II 23 Llvlngaton Truby Co. 6.91 M"..ura of eleven A. M. and two o cloelc )
m. on 1I10n.lay the
i hated sect of Christians; andt seetb In secret ''sbal1 TOward thee ad sermon. Rev.'A." C. Dunham of which have been developed after .ton,795rubyy Si.t1c subdivision ...mber. A. l>. 1911. to 7th the day blKh..C of D.-
111of .. .___... .78
after of :. NI3V4..H II III Joe Grant and beat bidder for
a short Imprisonment 7. But when for -careful research. cash the ol-
openly. ye pray use preached us last Sunday eve-' Lot 4 of Illk 43: Llvlnitaton, towing described
J I was beheaded. Why be was not vans repetitions as the heathen ning and gave 'tin-'a,very edifying. Truby A Co a nib dlvla in Rrudrnrd county Property l"orl'. .altuated to-Witt
_ ___.. fillJoe >
lon of ' of NMVi ____21 8 22 Unknown The
executed while others were do: for 4hey thiak that they' address. Come again Dr. Dunham.; Miami Beach :3. 71. Carroll Illk 49 Lfvlnc-: Northwest quarter of the
"" and
KiVflh7 the k
Htfuarl" North
ued we ban seen no shall be heard for their much at LO"na""f.. A Co'a aub
explana- Prayer meeting Wednesday Properties granted building :pwr Grant ______ 1 7* quarter. of North.
NEVi of NIiI4-n 8 sa "
division l of
i J. Just before bra death In his Be therefore snit for construction of what quarter all! ln Section 18. Town-
l speaking. 8. not yet 7:30: p. m. i 13,000 Lots II of Rlk 3 Davla A.Trubr"a .hip If, South, Itnnire 2U east. '
Imprisonment Paul 'Wrote to like unto them: for your Father: The Woman's :Auxiliary will meet, duplex apartment at :3350.Collins add to Btarke isW The Mouthen.t quarter' of the Y

oily'I am now ready to knoweth what things ye have need at the manse Tuesday evening De- avenue. .,ryOf;; 8K14 vt NWVi fa "n --- .T. M Trnbr II 41 Korthenut In : (liiarlw' and 1 Northii"jMiarier ;
rw._- soccer of the
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quarter of aeo."aa" .

-DOROTHY DARNIT Ba'McM; ; 14. lown"nlD E. K.a South FERRYMAN. H", ,'

B. M. JOHNS."P. l l M""ter,

+;;HA-r DECPrOF "You Oop.'fTGIt. AN ENGLISH LA.MOLORO HE RUNS l1.4-tt Cullrttor. .l8.4 for. Complainant J 1

'OuR AU hJT''u I ME q r.

LORD A BOARDING MOOSE lie 4.TP1it's: 511.5<< '
Notice la herebyacr. siren
HOBOKEN that under
IN snd by virtu. .f th..t
final 4
decree' ot
OH SHE fi (E'S SHE 'I.nn"('wllnIY-Hlxth. Jodge forerlosnre Pro HH.o'''Vice"(.,lor.A...the V.
GoT r MAgR1EDA Florida" In and for IIrltd'.rd circuit et
tr.' Flnrlda' I In l'han".h coun
MARRIED L.11ftDr Uth clay .r sitting, on
November, A. D. ).
1931 In
of Joseph Id, Wllllon, r,
se I.IqIdgtor" for Bradford
County ,
Rank a r
: corporation, CurnpllantThemiosi

-t; AS v dalltll. Shawl h...laIlN wifeNa." ; defene

The meld, special' 1
m""IlIr will' nn' f
sale In
of the
--- door I In Alarke ro11rthouse
1C '
legal, hours of'Stile.between:: : during; the f'a.
ro. gild two ,,'c'uI'k' eeven.
r day It. 71h dllV ot IeeemberlA
1)I 1031. to the
hlfhs.t and boat. bidder 1_
for cash, th. folbwlnIr. described v
properly altuated lu Bradford
r tyLottrP'Ive; of section
I FJt.hi..n In UI

Ir r :Twenty'Vown.hlp, forlda P.5.1 :;rhe South Tallnhges.a, of lien 51crIdlan ,.-

c..""Ie,.." .. containing Bl.htyD.

pael.1 Master
B M\
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]rilE MAIM\ THING ON l\fAIN' STREET" By L.. F.: Van Zclm l f fuiIy Solicitor for Complainant.ALM-! ...'....._.... 1MASTPn'S

jlus NEY t YER Paoit.e' S. 15C'NAILIH' decree an4 Notice by of vl..tu"la foreclosure hereby of that made oeet.leutlnal by A' V, Ii,

o Long'. Judge Pro Hao
blv I Vice, for
T+ege 13 we oiL-uzea M Any OF OUR PA1Nta tw.nt-a'atb' judicial' .I"cult of Flo.
MAN, .T12rET'A5 rob lea n.Jaet pr46.turDER / 110E SDIG/T9 1Il/HDll i IAR.OR3 '!"Ida'101'101." In. and In t'or Bradford county .
COLOR 7urreD E/ .... ehllnce..y milling on the '
NEw'SPApcQROCKW 'fN1: lath day of November
t 111 rurlHACe2 NMIOAtoD & dRJtA7a a.t 1t.d A. D.
In favor of Jnaeph fei Wilson, 1/n.
1 1 s s++f.Tt uldator 1 for Uradford. County flank
L PLAYS Ke !.T. I / y0uND5 corporation, as '""P'' l"-"t. and W

SAFE .WAIN t LIKE GlAgS / CRpSHI .lIaln"t ai, ... der..nd..nt"Lydia Clamon.. a widow. ., ,.

I + ,wn 4ELL J lt BUSTIN > The said' .peclat 1o'master will offer
DuaNEDtMf1 for male In front the oourthoue
vfATER CO104<, door In Htarfce. Florida/
1ttC1i TH e OIL 4CANA4l AIN't 7A11R4' Z \ 11 oNLY S r 1:y1 s IT DONTSiov A.Legal M. and hours of ante between: ;I.eleven:: p
'a / 1 ,, 1001( UkE two oclncU p. m on -
HIT M41N STREET NO C44AttCfE9 Ct. 1ltAEliT' 0 1 day the 7th day of December A. D.
4a L ,. ) 17 fi0ON leai. to the highest and beat. bldd.1'fo.
NLEq eEln' aovGD IN 8 .
i a
Cache HA4 ALIltln'f s cash, the following; described'property
TNt4 Oll i altuated In Kradfnrd connty fC
EEt11 CAlL 1) -R I I Florida, to-wlf:
WAl4tNG" South Malt. of Lot Nine (,) (R*.
1171(, Tipp'r cept eleven ell ) arras In the. north-
'bi< weal corner) being It* yards north I
.,PQoPl2leTtu: and mouth by 11i
QI: : i yards east and i,
a etZt .i west and South Half of lot ten <10) ,
1A-.t of Unction 81. township dlx (e) south Yri
$4 IS TAlONS ran** 10 eaet. also, the Northwest
CIIII'fcE' NO quarter of Northwest quarter of aeo-.
QI HAVING Ut4 thin five township 7 eoutb ran.e ;J,
E 10 E....

RECORDS.ETC If. Y.tip.c,1uisiar'<

E. \t. :10nN9.8oUcU..r k
I fur Complainant rlI


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iiir;! i'i ii! BRADFORD COUNTY TEUBOttAPn 81A' It KB. FLOBtDAli FRIDA"'' DEg

FAG)!) BIGHT _,_ I .. tR j .
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claims for area which, If allowed WOODMEN HOLD ELECTION pleased
campign: To reduce state realty have
4 Bradford Telegraph iij taxes. He reduced them 60 percent will place Interior counties at a TONIGHT: studies. others kh mTIIERESS9
; County distinct disadvantage. For Instance -
I j From Other PensStarke I They are To reduced reduce state over $2,000,000 expenses. the state constitution says Annual election, of officers will

Established 1877 be held tonight at the Woodmen
? annually To give "home rule" in that the boundary of Florida "com-
Everglades drainage district. The mencing at the mouth of the Per- Hall, followed by an oyster supper, Sir..
f ;,'i' Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class has recorded Its first district has "home rule." To re- dido river; thence up the middle and members are urged to be pres- Edw

4 t Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida strawberries of the 1931 season duce highway expenditures. Highway of the river to where it intersectsthe ent. Ladies of the Woomen Circle 1
Let the ball sUrt[..-Times-Union. expenditures' have decreasedabout$3,000,000'and south boundary line of the state will attend the supper and out of Mrs Josepht0e
--.0- and the 31 of town visitors will include several Hampton Spent
4 __________ Owner and Publisher we have builtas of Alabama degree 1'hanksI1a
E. S. Matthews ______ the guest
of the
Bradford county has a village by miles of road as formerly north latitude; thence due east to state officers organization. of her SODs,

1 J. C. Robinson __ ___________________ Managing Editor the name of Rising. Fine place and many are maintaining twice as many the Chattahoochee river; thence Sullivan A. '11II

: for an yeast factory..-Times-Un- miles of roads. That's the record.It down the middle of said river to Its HUNTERS RETURNED Mr. and Mrs RU Ztt

SUBSCRIPTION RATE ion stands for Its own proof. Whether confluence with the Flint river; WEDNEDAY CalnesvlUe Visited Mfhere' a ftJ.

--o- we like It or not these things thence straight to the head of the J. Zeigler 'fhanksgtVI
': ; Yearly, $1.50, ; Six Months, 75c--Payable in Advance Dollars won't be so scarce If you were promised and the promisesare St. Mary's river; thence down the The party of local deer hunters r

a ; h""' Advertising Rates on Application spend them at home.-Starke Tele- fulfilled.-Okeechobee News. middle of said river to the Atlantic spending a week In Dixie county Miss TereBa Bennett
: graph. Nor if you get a better --oIlain't -- ocean; thence southeastward returned home Wednesday night of ford school faculty "l w t

hustle on and make more of 'em.- Ute Funny along the coast to the edge of the last week, with one buck to the Thanksgiving holidays speyt t

t t Homecoming Day was a success. Bronson Journal. Gulf stream; thence aouthwestard- camp's credit. The unusually warm ter, Mrs C. Sullivan with bit
rp first
Bradford High's
1 t - (Kelliher (Minn.) Forum.) ly along the edge of the Gulf dry weather hampered successful Mr. Jimmie \

TT Women are using: powder today Man comes into this world with- stream and the Florida reefs to and drives and the party spent four spent Sunday his"alH!

who would rather work than be idle will be a and men are burning It.-Starke out his consent and leaves it including the Tortugas Islands; 1 days before bagging their deer and Mrs. S. R.with M
Anyone Telegraph. Yes, but the women against his will. During his stayon thence northeastwardly to a point Other game was found In abundance Mr. and Mrs.Swindell.

!, 1 /success.P .. have the best of It Their open earth his time is spent in one three leagues from the mainland; though, and fresh meat was children of o. j PWUI

0 season lasts all year!-Bronson continuous round of misunder thence northwestwardly three plentiful. to Theressa Lawtey, were 9bit
li+t N he is an ThanksgiVIng'
Journal. standing. In his infancy
from the land to ilaJ
and leagues a point
aviators Miss
M the soil also means something Mildred Phllll
Back to in his manhood he is ,
u' -0An angel; any- Perdido BPIIi
.t west of the mouth of the CONGRESSMAN GREEN TO week-end In
argument Is like a thing from a lizard up; In his dutieshe Lawtey the
sailors. merrygo1 river thence guilt
((6 1. ; to the place of begin- WASHINGTON he; cousins, Mr
o- round; you never get anywhere.-. is half crazy; >'f he raises a fam- ning." Phillips. and Mrs 0'
Starke Telegraph. And still like a. ily he is. a chump; If he raises a
11t 'Of our forefathers who defined A.
course left
R. Green
;) The candidates can be listed among the tourists next merry-go-round, you sometime geta small check he is a thief; and the these boundaries could not Wednesday Congressman morning,for the twen- Mr. F. Fender and tamtIJ

i n lot of fun out of it.-Bronson law raises the dtckens with him; if have ,forseen such a troublesome Floyd Kirkland, Mr', R. L. &tt
spring. ty day session of congress prior to !
Journal. he Is a poor man he is a poor man.ager Charles and Anna Batten
-O' thing as the distribution of a gaso- the holidays. He was accompanied the elks
is rich union
and has sense if he
- ao ; meeting at
line tax. Indeed, they knew noth- Lawter
George Johns and Gerald
y t ; did not die in the war-some are bridge There seems to be an eternal : he is dishonest but considered
r All brave men ing of gasoline or the mechanical Middleton, who will assist in look- day.Mr.
struggle to either do or out-do the smart; if he Is in politics you can'ttrust Floyd
which to to Misses ,
was come use
+ wagon ing after office duties of Congressman J
E players.. neighbor.-Starke Telegraph. Why 1 him, as be is an undesirable so much of it. But they have succeeded Green. Maude Crosby and Lillian hi
l o try it 7 If you out-do him some citizen; if he goes to church he is a in putting up some questions -. were visitors to Theresa BUll'

ti The lass with the roller skates was the original free other neighbor will do you.Bronson hypocrite, If he stays from church, which would be confusing to Births afternoon.
{? Journal. he is a sinner and damned; it he Mrs.
he the most expert cross-word puzzle Mr and Mrs. C. A. Crosby, Juanita Burnett of taJ
St wheeler. donates to foreign missions,
: -0The -
worker With the Gulf stream spent Thanksgiving
Starke, twin sons, Nov. 27. with her |
if does not he Is *:
does it for show '
o only real tragedy that can ; Mrs. R. M.
changing position constantly, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Grlffls, Hersey

.rJ 1s "It Ain't Coin' to ain No More" is not a theme song for cease happen to to strive-to a life is give The up-to his- 1 first stingy comes and a Into tight the When every-he who can say where it Is. Who Is Starke, daughter, November 28. Messrs. Burnett and Join i
: to define meant kins
going league as by 0 of Madison
t q ? strawberry grpwers. tory of life In all its froms is writ- boy wants to kiss him, before he the boundary lines? Does the of Mr and Mrs. R.were M. the IU,
o ten in the dramatic word, strug- goes out everybody wants to kick league mentioned refer to three Hersey!
him, if he dies there was a day.Mrs.
gle. When man ceases to struggle young
+;+i1 Since the $10 fee was placed on' notary publics they are he has begun to die.-KelliherMinn. great future in store for him, if he The land"point miles or west three of the nautical Perdido miles riv-? M. Nix, Seaboard Railway development Louis Alford and i chum

going the way of the dodo., ( .) Forum. lives to a ripe old age, he Is simplyin er" !la another confusing location agent, and T W. Kars- visited her parents at Macd
''y1"e -o- the way and living to save funeral tedt, of Lake City, Florida repre- Thanksgiving.Mr. .
which could, possibly, be construedas
+ o We never figure we have lost expenses: This Is a funny in Texas. sentative of the Manhattan Pro- Clyde Hersey wasavljj'

The formal entries by candidates are usually ended by ana very much when we lose the friendship road, but we all like to travel It The boundary lines of some of duce Exchange of Brooklyn,.N. Y., to Macclenny Sunday,

' the ,- of a man because of some op- --.- =--, were In Starke Tuesday. They Mr Howard
informal routing at polls. the counties are just as confusing'as Moore of Gilt
inion we have expressed. The man Are Tax Titles Any Good? these of the state. Such lines as stated plans were practically com- vile, spent Thanksgiving wiun

4 o who does not allow us to have our (Arcadia*Arcadian.) "the lee side" of certain Islands pleted for growing of 150 acres of parents, Mr. and Mrs D W.lfo/ ,
cukes here next for the
The responsible for the expression "around the cor- own opinion Isn't worth much as a A mooted In this state is spring
one question means the outside of the island or and Mrs D. W. Moore visited I
a meeting was plan-
friend and company
r'' ' i ner" is not bragging about it. having lost we him.are-Kelliher no poorer(Minn.for) whether or not a tax title Issued by the inside of the Island accordingto ned for Thursday night of this mother, Mrs D. Jones at 1 Hampt.
the state Is valid. Most of the
argument its direction of the wind. Friday.
o Forum. week at the courthouse. Growersin
a' ; tends to prove they are As several of the "big counties"are this and adjoining counties who Misses Thelma Sullivan

4i: There is .one thing certain-Christmas is coming from ---o--Candler to not, while there are those who Insist on the coast line, and many of contracted last spring to grow Teresa Bennett were vlslton]
Bishop gave speech a that All of which at the "small counties" in the
they are. inter-
dead cukes for this well Hampton afternoon.Dr. .
around the corner on a run. wise saying when he spoke beforea company were
conference in South Carolina present points only to inevitableand ior, it may yet be determined pleased with the results and will E. L. Biggs of Starke,i
o unending litigation, and means whether the big fight In the legis- plant again next spring. a professional visitor to Tb
Bells of the Singing Tower will peal out their first pro- saying: "I have never known a that even if the tax title is good lature over the distribution was Tuesday.
vote to be
single changed by apreacher's eventually It, cost a lot of warranted. It that charges J
may appears SEVENTH[ DAY ADVENTIST Miss Audrey Packham of Win
December 15th.
( gram of the season talking and often the money to prove it. ,And as a consequence hurled: on the floor of the houseon Park, was the guest of her broth

'i n' 4i -0 church Is harmed by"a minister there Is not much of a. both sides that the other did not Sabbath School at Mr. Kiatner's W. W. Packham Wednesday

;''t 4 With coming of the rains strawberry' growers are conspicuous meddling(Ca.) politics. -Folkston tendency to pay up delinquenciesand know what it was talking about! (Hunt farm) Saturday at 10 Mr. William Packham visited

their absence from the towns. acquire this sort of title. were quite true In both cases. Andit o'clock a. m. grandfather at Lake City Tb
by -0- However, the time is not far distant may be that there will be many Bible study at Mr. Adam Green's giving* day.Messrs. .

i4'' eAt ,Congressman Green has an- when the validity of tax titles more court arguments before the I home, Wednesday evening. Subjectfor T. B. and James 'Tn

the present time it seems certain that Florida's next date nounced to that he will be a candi- will be determined, and effectually. gas tax revenue division is finally' study Dec. 9th "Christ, the Wayof were visitors to Starke Tuesdij)
himself from this
All over the state the people are settled. I' Life" :Mr. A. H. Johns of Starkea i
lj; will be the candidate who gets the most votes
governor district. The "dark horse". who
to 4q fact that the
awakening {| F- We are spending pleasant andprofitable business visitor to Tier
a stole a march on his opponent and '
o condition of the
present financial MOVE STARTS IN evenings and would be Tuesday.CARL'S.

; ), I 3; ;. Hillyard (Wash.) News has come to the conclusion that' a will slipped be into hard office to beat.eight Mr.years Green ago municipalities and, 'counties, and of NORTH TO BOYCOTT I'I
the state itself, )Js due to the fact FLORIDA FISHING
n Republican depression is worse than a Democratic panic. has made a good congressman and that taxes have not been collected.In .
{ ,> deserves to be returned.ocalaStar
0ffl our own case: as an Instance, if Washington, D. C. Nov. 18.-The

", It takes a politician to tell a farmer how to farm and a the city had what Is due in back fight of sportsmen against the leg- '
o taxes it could meet all of Its bond alized commercial netting and
to tell mother how to raise hers.
woman without a youngster a Avery Powell says the small
11 ,q , maturities and interest and have shipment of black bass in Florida.
town hostess Is one who has to bor-
1 o .
money left over. has taken many forms, but according -
Money seems to be plentiful for lending to foreign coun- row from the neighbors when she As a result of the people realizing to officials of the American
gives a dinner party. The big town
es tries. If it takes a war to collect it, the lenders will make hostess is one who has to rent be- the cause of their troubles Game Association, the latest move 0 there Is a quickening of the ma-
may have more persuasive force Corner
cause her neighbors won't trust I e ; r rI
4 more money. her with their sliver and linen. chinery of collection and the issue than any other in "converting" the ,

o Starke Telegraph. That's fine J. if going to be forced with thou- Florida legislature> to the belief! (

The biggest improvement to radio would be the elimina- C. Pour it into old Avery for sands of delinquents. Legal procedure that bass are worth more on anangler's I :
will be taken to collect the "
tion of 90 percent of the stations now operating and building making Journal. such a crack)-Bronson taxes, and either the property-own counter. hook than on the .market! PhoTle5' Starke, Fla.

super-stations. er will pay or the property will go E. C. Kemper of Washington,' We Deliver
-0"WhlJt --
into the hands of.the municipality
o 4 secretary of the American
a wonderful land this the state to sold. And In-
or be
I. Republican papers over the country, and especially in the Florida-no long, cold, snowy win- stead of this being merely a theo- dent Institute fisherman of wrote Architects this and ar- SPECIALS
open letter -
terse plenty of
south are going to find campaign thunder as scarce as Republican ; around, green vegetablesthe of for retical and figurative action, It to a houseboat owner In Flor- .
year plenty sun
will be real and actual, and the determination ida
I' prosperity fuel. the Starke .
Fir. Tele-
says ( ) the .
of issue will dis-
I graph. Yeah, but brother "I confess that you arouse avery -
0w you ap-
close whether taxes can be collected -
be in cotton than in silk stockings parently never experienced a good whether cannot whether strong desire on my part to
,;? There may more mileage snow-ball or they ; go fishing on your house boat In
fight nor a moonlight
but continued failure and refusal to the St. Johns BEST 'WHITE BACON lb. _______.. 91.2t
d 4 as the Bristol Free Press says, you see so many coasting party!-HiUyard (Wash.) will result In'' forfeiture of the river. ,
News. "However and I will be perfectly
silk ones walking. Let's swap jobs for the .
c i winter. It's 68 here In the shade. property.This frank with you I have made up my 712f
)' ----o Is going to have a beneficial mind to do my winter fishing else- Compound Lard, lb. ________________
-oChristmas --
Leesburg has passed some laws regarding weight of loaded Isn't so bad Itself effect upon the state and all of its where, so long as the state of Flor-

T;'' ;a;, Starke trucks could using well the take.improved streets of that city-a step I i old It's the tag going plate-Bradford:out of style County of the; tion subdivisions.of the delinquent financial'pressure First taxes of all,will collec-and relieve of ida black Is markets shipping bass each more year than to northernfish 700 tons 4 oz. Jar French's Dressing lc |

Telegraph Which reminds us,
make possible the payment of Interest .
o that while "Furthermore, I am bringing this with
automobiles may not be! and
principal on the huge In-
j 8 Do your tag buying early and give teachers their paychecks changed for new' models, it seems debtedness. Also,when people find the condition attention of affairs of every in sportsmen'sorganization Florida to 1-2 Pint Mayonnaise or Relish _____ iyt

:rP for Christmas, is the plea. But Bradford teachers will quite be Imperative that old license that they must pay their taxes they ,I can here In the 1St

i Y }- f, ;ti' get their pay, regardless of the tag buyers. The tags only changed trouble for Is new that will how high cease taxes to be go.indifferent They will as take to north, in every case advising No. 21.2 can Apricots ____::._________ -

't sportsmen to to other states 1St
-0 has any choice of color or' type more interest in public economy, than Florida to go spend their mon- No. 2 1-2 can Peaches ______-L______- -

This is the season for encyclopedia agents who are anx- Miami they Just Beach take Press.what they get.- V d will'lend a hand toward curb- ey and get their hunting and fishing 1St

ing the rapacitteb of gfartlng public -until Florida does house No. 2 1-2 can Pears _______ _________- -
lt -
who some
ious to give away a set free and of girls are going to enter .., 0 -officials.AU '

t ; 1 4 : college next year via the magazine route.' Criticism Is being directed at In all It"'appears' that out of netting cleaning and,' and shipment puts! a of stop"the No. 2 can Pineapple for ____________ SatS

0 different state departments for issuing our present mess we may find a .-
r pamphlets showing work be- way to make things better and
{ > h f I Because a man on trial was truthful the judge cut nine. ing done or what la being accomplished keep them ao. ASSESSORS ADDED MAYBE TO lbs. SUCAR'U.. - 15c

f* months from his sentence. An unusual case, as many would with the taxpayers' money. --0--' JOBLESS

i? } have their sentences doubled if they told all the truth. I On the would other hand these same critics Still Not Settled 'Landla Holds -City' Ordinance Can with -
complain about being
(Tallahassee Daily Democrat) Abolish Job
0 kept in the dark If they couldn't I5t
+ I Difficulties over distribution of '
fft< ,I.* If people would show the same persistency in minding see some proof of what was being the gasoline tax revenue did not There may be-some tax assessors liar McCormicVs Mustard- _

their own business as they do in prying into another person's 'em done.don't-Starke stop the pamphlets Most of, end with court.the decision State officials of the supreme In Florida looking for work after 10 oz. Jar Stuffed Olives jOt

ii' affairs they could be listed the country's leaders. Robbie. are January 1.
They Issue
:, 0 from circular letters to magazines. now recent discovering legislature how Inefficient the An act of the 1931 legislature 2 lb. Jar Peanut. Butter ________-___.___ *f
P- was providing provided that the office of city

... An optimist is living in Alabama. After his jewelry store -Wauchula---Advocate.o for the distribution. The legislative assessor may be abolished by Gold Medal Oatmeal Large _________..-" 2af
advertised that questions would be asked if act provides for distributionto local ordlance and the duties of
i, was robbed he no The Seaboard railroad haa requested counties on a basis of three cents tax assessor and collector BEETS SQUAS6

> '; w the loot was returned and money left to repair damage done to a further hearing In .regard for area, population and the dated. consoli-. CARROTS, TOMATOES, ON/D.'S,

the store. to abandoning their line from amount of money spent on roads Attorney General Cary D. Lan- LETTUCE, CELERY, CABBAGE,
i V Cedar Key to Archer. The peopleare taken over,for'the state highway dis bas ruled that the act will be APPLES
putting a strenuous system. PEPPER GRAPES
up fight effective whereover voted no mat- ,
It's ''a mystery how, that news reel showing snow plows against the railroad which desiresto The population "was easily determined ter If the term of office of the Incumbent ORANGES TANGERINES, GRA1'

dearing a six-foot fall of snow from highways in "SunnyCalifornia" take up Its tracks between these accepting the 193O census assesor has not expired. ,
l two points and discontinue the run Forty auditors were sent out FRUIT AT BEST PRICES.
He pointed out In his
opinion that
of the state. If it not for the
out were
1 ever got ning of trains. It Is the only outlet by the state highway departmentto the 1931 law repealed all laws and -
1T movies Floridians wouldn't know what snow looked like. by rail from Cedar Key. which in get correct figures on moneyspent parts of laws In conflict with the 1

o the past has given the road a good for roads, a task which was new act.
business. For the past year otf completed after three months Come and see the ,PONY we 'are giving aWOl
in Lake and
; Gasoline dropped two-cents recently City more the road claims they' have work. Then came the question of St. Petersburg Catholic Hos- 12th

r tx $I,;r '; ; 'went up one cent in Starke, making a difference of four cents been operating at a big loss. Highway determining the area of each county pital opened to public Inspection. FREE Saturday afternoon o'clock, Dee.CARL'S .

In the price. Maybe it's the difference in sea level of the two 13 Into ,Cedar Key' from '. a matter which. appear simple Brookaville -' Anderson Snow
i Gainesville, has taken almost all but which In reality.Is the most difficult purchased C. 0. D. Cleaners PressIng
towns, or atmospheric conditions, .and then again it's more the freight and passenger business provision cf the act. shop owned by C. C. Morse. CASH

likely to be just willingness of the oil companies to rob the away from the railroad company: Because, of the fact that the description t_

consumers in those communities too indifferent to protest Is the claim.-Perry New. of the state's boundaries New' Port Rlchey' Dr.I.Martin co uvI

a I I* so vague all counties) bordering; of Clearwater,opened dental offices .-
t i vigorously enough. Doyle canton promised In his, on water are enabled to maker la Pasco building.

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