Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: December 11, 1931
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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oiherPennyOf U WYMAN FIRST MAKES HOLE-1N-ONE Agriculture Features Urge Purchase CUBAN".l'I" WEEKBeginning Crotalaria Club



Revenue Lenthal Wyman made the Florida Products I Of Auto Tags 10th the Woman's Thursday, Dec. Formed

Gas first hole in one ever recorded Club and Bv The

on the course of the Key- Increased Utilization of Florida'sFresh I the town of Starke will cooperate -

stone Heights Golf and Coun- Fruits and Vegetables In a clean-up cam
GivenCountiesot Commissioners In Regular Monthly paign to last a week.
try Club at Keystone Heights Boys
Wednesday afternoon while Following the publication of a I Meeting Monday: All are urged to get their 4-HJM

playing In a foursome with, recent booklet, "Florida Fruits and premises in order. Anyone

,d I S099.3IW-81 Distribution on Nat Sternberg E. K. Ferryman Vegetables In' the Commercial j The board of county commis desiring weeds cut from va- v
Boys
Orgnnl/iMl: Under State andLnvts
radford Gets the Florida state r sioners'of Bradford cant lots, can get same done
,urea Bases' ; and J. E. Wilson, there- Men depart- county, Florida -

$2375.45 by becoming a member of the ment of Agriculture, In cooperationwith w met In regular session Mon- by seeing Marshal Alvarez. Federal

Dodo Club. other agencies of the state, Is | day, December 7, 1931, with all On Thursday, Dec. 17th -

penny 899590.81 to Mr. Wyman made the shot promoting an educational program, members present as follows: J. L. the mayor, marshal and a The thirty 4-H Club boys In Un
Bother
exact, of state gasoline tax on No.6, a 130 yard par relating to the Increased 'use of Underhill, chairman; J. a. Crews committee from the Woman's ion and Bradford counties with

wes released Friday and three hole, using .a No. 3 "Florida's Winter-Time Fresh J. !of. Rosier, o.V.. HInson and Club will tour the town several of their fathers held a

ney ributed to the 67 counties by Iron. Fruits and Vegetables." cy, R. T. Osteen. and make. a thorough Investigation. meeting at the home of Mr. L. T.

Ernest Amos on basis During the month of December, I' The mlnutea of the last regular Dyer, county agent last Saturday

area.troller Figures showing the ex ........................ as well as the new publication, is 1 I and adjourned meeting wore read .........- .. .. ...... .. ._.- .-..-....- night where they formed a cooperative . i'

t to which each of the 67 coun American LegionTo being presented to the members of and approved. organization: to be known ;l

1 In the state participated were the state hotel association in various nay x The notary bond of B. E. McUae, SCHOOL ROAKDHOLDS as the Boys' 4-H Crotalarla Club +
.
'lI.Sed by \V M.McIntoshK chief Give Community district meetings throughoutthe Starke, was approved. SESSION of Union and Bradford counties.

Christmas Tree 23 state. I The following were presented This organliiztlon, with Its constitution -
k. -
be money released! was the sec All commercial menu-makers, all C.I A. HARDEE and ordered! filed: Report of county and bylaws conforming VIi
Board
\Installment of three to be paidr well as home menu-makers, have judge, report of Jail Inspectorand met Dec. 7, in regular ses. to the state and federal laws gov- t\\

to the counties from four The Jonea-Langford-Whlte Post been Invited to unite In a plan to I report of home demonstration slon with all members present, erning farmers' cooperatives, In beIng -

ntbs' collections of three cents No. 56, of the American Legion U features citrus fruits-probably a ANNOUNCES agent. namely ,J. T. Moore A. Ii. Bur-:' grower owned and grower controlled -

the state tax of seven cents planning to play Santa Claus to grapefruit cocktail and an orange A communication was received rency and It. D. May, chairman. has a two fold purpose/ ; lat, p

Lh has been Impounded In the the needy children of the county dessert, ambrosia, for dessert on from W. S. McLIn, acting commis- Minutes of previous. meeting I to encourage and promote the

te treasury while litigation at- on the night of Dec. 23rd 1931, Christmas day and an All-Florida CANDIDACY sioner for auto license tags, urgIng read and approved. I growing of Crotularla in these two

[king the validity of the method by sponsoring a community Christ- Products Dinner on New Year's the payment of all motor license Starke school Improvements! inspected I counties among the club boys and

,attribution was being disposed mas tree. day. It goes without saying of -- -- early for the purpose of get by the board of public lnRtructlon. adult farmers, 2nd. to market the '
The Legion cannot play Santa local trustees, the build. seed for Its members.
for
the court course that these special occasIonsare ting money schools throughout -
in I will be a candidate for er and architect.
According to Mr. Mclntosh, Claus to every child In the county, but the beginnings of good res- governor the state as the tag money The following officers were elected
In the A ,
Democratic and
LT yet remains another $609 so the Legion does not want all to olutions, the continuation of which primariesnext now goes for that purpose. There place program committee : Ortho K. Matheny, Brooker, director .
From time from the
year. to time ]I Bradford County Teachers'

representing the one cent to expect something from the tree. It will benefit both the producer and was also request from many ; K. B. Johns. Johnstown, fiyl
shall discuss the issues and later Association met the board
distributed on the basis of tndliuaJ Is the Legion's plan to Invite thoseto the consumer. I clubs over the state urging the vice-chairman; and Carl Dukes,
promulgate relative to
more complete plat meeting place and date
county road contributions whom the Legion expects and Women's Clubs.i Men's Clubs, form declaration] in reachingsuch same thing.A of the meeting for the association Dukes, decretory-treasurer. An
.
building of the state highway will provide.A and various other organizationsare determination I am not unmindful communication from Cover After discussion and consideration Adult Advisory Committee waa

.,tell The comptroller's de- solicitation committee from joining the movement. Duval of the responsibilities ot nor Carlton requesting the appointment of the matter it was decided. to elected composed. of S. !.t, Dukes, l

rtment Is prepared to make pay the Legion will be out In a few county Federation of Women's the governorship of a great state, of some suitable per- meet In the Bradford County High Dukes, Chairman; E. Bryan, New

ut of the remaining one cent as days and any and all help from Individuals Clubs at the Carling Hotel, Jack- accentuated and,more pronouncedIn son to cooperate with Honorable School building on the second Fri RIver, vice-chairman; and Mrs L.

n' aa the boards of county com merchants and other or- sonville, The Men's Service Clubs days like these through whichwe O. O. Ware of Leesburg, general I day in the month at 2 p. m., of the T. Dyer, secrctary.treasurer. ,

loners In all of the 67 counties ganizations of the town and coun- of Tallahassee and the Florida are passing. Such an exalted charman of state-wide unemployment months designated by the association's. Theea two committees will hold ll

ve formally\ accepted and ap ty will be appreciated. If In the State College, and the Business and station may not be lightly regarded relief committee. Upon motion Teachers falling to attend meetings as often as necessary to a
of meantime anyone wishes to donateto Professional Women's Club of Hla- transact the business and will
audit county
oved the recent or flippantly sought. The gov and duly seconded and carried that do not show reasonable cause ,
state road depart- this worthy cause they may see leah have led the with the Louis work with the county agent In
ords by the way ernor Is more than a man. He Is a Mr. II. Hill was appointed for nonattendance! will forfeit promoting
oL These have all been recelvby Mr. L. D. Vining, who will glady movement for Florida Products symbol. He personifies the state as county chairman.Mr. pay. the growing of Crotalarla. '

the comptroller except from receive anything you may wish to Dinners. The last named organization government. The people look at A. S. Crews tendered his Hills for the month were au- At the meeting last Saturday ,

.irUn. Indian River Lee and Col- contribute.The Is getting a good story in a him and expect to find in him an resignation as advisory attorney dited and paid. Board will meeton night, Mr. Dyer gave some valu- 1

r counties. The only squabbles Christmas tree committee ol National publication.The exampliflcation of the highest per- for the board of county commissioners Saturday, December 19, to pay able information about this new

been in Collier county, where the Legion will meet at the Leg- affiliated Exchange Clubs sonal and governmental Ideals. Let to take effect on the first teachers but drivers and Janitors. legume crop and stated that as a

was said that credit for certain ion Hall next Tuesday night, Dec. of Florida, are sponsoring "CitrusiVeek" the governor hold high the stand- Monday in January, 1032. Same ---. soil builder it ban no equal. It baa
with 15th, at 7:30 o'clock. this and shown an Increase of 07 percentin
lids constructed parallel caI again year are ards and lesser officials will observe was accepted.The .
not Includ- -.- of educational the yield of corn and 80.5
I construction were presenting program per-
and follow. Let him think following names were placed
l In road department audits, and CITY COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS publicity for "Citrus during the of the state's interest as the chief upon the mother's or widow's pen Itellbronn Springs cent in yield of sweet potatoes. Mr.

officials have con- week December 612. Florida Pro Dyer stated that he had obtainedan
lller county -
concern, sacredly guard the inter- sion roll; Ruth Broaky, one boy at
should The city council of the city of will be feature (TluliuuKhodeii, Cor.) Increase of 40 percent with corn
nJed the entire expense ducts Dinners one
est of the people, protect their $3.00 per month; Mrs. Truby
December 1
Florida met
Starke ,,
the first the
recognized by the state as be- of their year crop was grown
program. 'lftsh Brown, one child at $3.00
rights against exploitation. per
for roads Instead of canals.Leo In regular session with all members f on the land the land being very, 1
t" Indian River present. C. F. Hoover,'"chair: The state Parent-Teacher,, Only by such a course can there be month; Mrs. Nettle Starling, two Mr. and Mrs. Ellcry Bnpp were poor and the Crotalaria being
and
-rUn. man J. F. Colley, J. C. Manning, elation Is working out detailed maintained In the hearts of the children, $6.00 per month. visiting his sinter, Mrs. J. H. Wain-
Jallell have not been heard from planted In row with the corn at
'her the other and N. Sternberg, W. L. Wall. Minutesof plans for a very thorough study people wholesome respect for that The following were placed upon wright Sunday. same time. He also explained that
one or ,
believed way that of county the last meeting were read and and program of "Increased Use of great office. This Is my conception the pauper roll: Tom Strong, There was a very large crowd with the enormous crop of seed

jrda a In those three delay counties Is approved.It Florida Fruits, Vegetables, and of the governorship ; I.awtey, at $2.00 per month; Pet- attended the dance given at the being harvested In the state this

ordered that manholesand Milk on the School Lunch Count I held the office from er Cooper, Lawtey at $2.00 per home of Minn Lorene Green Thursday -
ly a matter of formal action. was January fall, cooperative of this Jtui* will
ers." More fresh citrus fruit juice; I month; Sam Nichols, Starke, at night.
Monroe county, with a largeater other places breeding mos twenty-one to January twenty-five prove the best way to dispose of
area, take's the lion's share quitoes be sprayed with oil. It more fresh vegetables; more whole My campaign will be based on that $2.00 per month; Daisy Raulerxon, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Jones end the seed

ordered that milk; leas of "substitutes" will be Lawtey at,, $2.00 per month; Martha children and Thelma Rhoden were
t the second distribution sent out was also a knapsack record. Promises are easily made The club boys will their
pool
the goal. Kelley, Lawtey, at $2.00 visitors to JucknonvlllB Tuesday of
be bought for that purpose. -sometimes for the of per
tay. That county, because of spray The purpose last week seed, reclean them, advertise them,
plan of the Florida Products month.
astal waters being taken into Its The council again postponed the Cooling the people. The record one and sell them do the
just as larger
Program has been made and will Upon motion duly seconded the We are all very sorry to hear of
of the
"porate area, gets $7 ,::571.62. appointment of a member has made Is the best test of what of the
cooperatives country They ,
be developed by the state depart- board of county commissioners Mrs. Douglas' death which occur
board of bond trustees. he is do
to
on county receives $0,986.03.'akufa likely again. will have about 12,000 Ib.... to pool rand
.
and ment of Agriculture cooperatingwith voted to notify all turpentine op- red lust Wednesday. She wait/
The rountlne bills were paid
When
gets $7,697.47. Union I assumed office conditionswere of which Is
at Starke dlHpoao/ quite a
rallied until married and
the home economists in business erators In Bradford county, that ,
unty. the smallest of the 67, was the: council adjourned to the next somewhat chaotic. Large deficits task: for the junior fa>mers. How- :
then went to to make It
in schools, in colleges and in they will not accept payment of Tampa
'J' $2.101.101. meeting. of several thousand dollars existed ever have tackled It with
they en-
her home. She the of
various institutions and with other taxes upon leasehold lands that was daughter
- in several of the departments, huslanm: and with the assistance '
Share of CountiesThe LTr. and Mrs 13111 Nettles of ,
MINSTREL SHOW NEXT organizations in the state. Miss may be cupped or boxed any time
area of each In but I would not censure my pre, Sturke. She leaves to her of tho adult advisory committee nand
county FRIDAY 3ary A. Ctennls, nutritionist for In the future upon which the state I mourn '
care! miles and the amount of the department, Is directing the ac- I I decessor. He served in a trying holds a tax sale certificate- but lose, hor father and mother and the county agent, they expect {

oney ', period. The great war was on and four sisters anil; brother besides to: handle It successfully. Mr 1
apportioned to each FrI- tivities. She will gladly communicate that the operator must first ascertain one
to the
read to
Get come
Y1: yourself I following that we had the usual friends. and relatives. Dyer[ stated 1 that' the farmers of ,
with organizations or Individuals whether or not the taxes
big minsterel show given Under period of reaction and near panic the two counties should plant thin
Alachua, 952 $9,406.93; Baker, the of the Woman's Club in planning club programs and I have been paid before attemptingto Mr. and Mrs. Kirby Crews and
auspices condition when I entire amount of seed It 22
Such was the as- making
-5, $5,82024 children Mrs. Crews'parents
Bay 1223. 12084. next Friday, Dec. 18, at the Wom- dinner menus or in supplying Information cup or box any timber, provided, were visiting markets
sumed office. The legislature with to look for a
Brevard. 1,328, 12122.27; Club relating to Florida Agricultural however, that this does not apply Mr and Mrs O. W. Wain- I unnecessary
an's building.The
outside because of the value '
Instituted whole-
cooperation great ,
' my
radford afternoon.
281 wright Sunday
2875.45; Broward. Food Products. where leaseholds are regularly as-
minstrel Is under the able
We coordinated de vf the that it in what
just
116 some policies. crop;
12015.57: Mr and Mrs. Freeman Crosby
568 sessed.
; Calhoun "Florida Fruits and VegetablesIn
direction of R. F. Demorest and a
partments. We prevented the the strawberry and truck farmers
612.54; Charlotte, 961, $9,495- the Commercial Menu"Bulletin There being no further businessthe have moved back to our section
of excellent voices has
number creation of needless offices We I have beea looking for to Improve
,; Citrus, 830. 8201.42; Clay 6:54: been secured.' In the cast will be No. 50 will be sent, upon request board adjourned until the first We sure are glad to have them y
practiced real and as a their land and lower their coat of
..482.32; Collier, 2,426, 23971. R. F. Demorest, director; "Red" to all commercial menu- economy Monday In January, A D. 1932, back again.
result when I retired from office ferlllzer.
85; Columbia, 803, that the time for Miss Bertlce Norman wall visit-
7,934.62; makers and also to organizations being regular
ade Montleth, Joe Saul, Billy Graham I turned the mate government over The club expects to enroll at
2,184. $21,580.60: ; DeSoto o-operatlng In the Florida Prod- meeting. ing her aunt, Mrs. W. C. Clemons.
,"l, $8.235.05 Dixie Carl Oleson, David Moore, FloydCheatham to my successor without a dollar of Mr. F, Hazen and Mlsae's LubeUlu least 100 boys In the 4-I I Club for
; 980, $9,683.- ucts Program. Write to the Florida -o--
Owen Griffin, Dr. Martin indebtedness, and not one dollar next and have them grow an ;
Duval, 830, 820142. State Department of Agriculture BRINGS IN FIRST QUART and Mildred Alvarez passed thru year
Powell John Powell,
Luther had been borrowed from one fund acre each.
Escambia. 1.349, 13329.77; Tallahassee, Fla., Mr. Nathan our section Sunday afternoon. ,
L. Rawson Davis, Little x.
,
Wyman
and in another and there
placed ,
gler.. 503 Messrs. Clarence and Cornelius .
4907.26; Franklin MIss Cone, with Estelle Davis at Mayo, Commissioner. A. A. Hutchinson brought In the
balances in the state
127. K10031: ; Gadsden, 533, were large first quart of strawberries Satur- Moore, Earl Parmenter, Clarence INVESTIGATED AM CIIANGCI

526689; GilchrIst 365. 3606.65: ; the piano.A treasury to the credit of every day and sold them for CO cents. Rhoden and Seeber Forsyth all at- ---
has been
lades, 750 very unique program I'll CLUB ELECTS fund. What we did then we can do tended the show at the state farm
$7,410.92; 7410.92 the With present warm weather holdIng Mr. Nathan Adams, president of ;
and It is predicted by
ulf, 963. 9515.62: : Hamilton, 641, members arranged that It will be a knock- NEW OFFICERS again, and I promise it shall be out, Mr. Hutchinson will be Sunday nigh tho First National Bank, of Dallas,

5,345.74 :Hardee 6274.58; Henry out. We are expecting you to be done. shipping In crate lots before Miss Susie Well spent Sunday Texas, recently said to a group of

M; 1.148. $n'3' 365Mernando: there. The Brooker 4-H Club held its Outside of cabinet positions, Christmas, he said, the berriescorning with Mrs. Annie Saunders bankers and others assembled at I

$6.422.81); Highlands 1.081. -, regular business session with Miss over which, the governor has but from an acre plot planted' Mr. Wade Wainwright was visiting New Orleans to consider the cotton

10,780,42: Hillsborough, 1,294, TRUSTEES MEET Pearl Jordan, home demonstration little control, the'road department In August His farm Is located bin father, Mr. O. W. Wain. problem: "I hare been one of tho /'

2,186.31; Holmes, 488 4822.04: agent in charge, and officers were is the major department. The gov- about seven miles northwest of wrlght Sunday afternoon.Mr. severest critics In the southwest of

dlaa ''Ver'525' 5187.64: ; The board of bond trustees of elected .as follows* ernor may rightfully be chargedwith Starke. Buck Starling was the guest the federal farm board's actlvles.

Jackson. conduct. of Mr. RuxHcIl Judd Saturday eve but from the Information I have
988- for its
9565.03; Jeffer- Miss [ responsibility "
Bradford county, Florida, met De- Cora Padgett, president;
U. 646. 6383.27; Lafayette, 550.: cember 7th, In regular session with Miss Nettie Meree Parrish, vice- Those preceding me In office had LAKE WALKS EDITOR ning. been able to get by personal investigation w

5'434.67; Lake, 1,175, 11610.44 done much pioneering work and I'AYH STAKKE VISIT Mr. A, A. WaInwright was visiting I have been able to get.
: the following members present: II. president; Miss Carneta Barry,
$13,952.29 had good results his father, Mr. O. W Waln personal Investigation in Wash
accomplished some by
.9861 l,2 Leon 701 I
: P. Gainey, O. Haynes, W E., To- secretary; Misses Madeline Cros-
; Levy but it at apparent Editor and Mrs. Jack Worthin- wright Sunday afternoon. I and elsewhere I have comp
berty 1.115, $ .017.57; rode. Upon motion Mr. Torode by, Hazel Thomas and Marzle was once ington
11\\ U'07836. 8-280.701 Madison, acted aa chairman pro tem. Minutes Howard membership committee; : that two things should be done. ton of the Lake Wales Hihglander. Miss Juanita Williams spent Sat- to the conclusion that I have been v,

; Manatee, 976, $9.- of the last meeting were read Misses Leitha Kelley, Ruby Shaw I,. First there must be established a were In Starke for a short while urday night with her cousin Miss wrong, and from now on I am goIng -

1.08; Marlon, 1,693 $16,728.92 Louise fiscal policy.. The department was Friday while enroute home front Ida Mae Johns of Starke. to be aa ardent a supporter of t.
; and approved.Mr. and Surrency, program
artln 576 In debt with no money. It takes Jacksonville. The political bee has Miss Mildred Saunders spent the farm boarJ as I have been a
Monroe 142' .
13:69U9; ,- was appointed committee committee.Dec.
.8. u3l7i: ;: Nassau Gainey 'money to build roads. We established stung Editor Worthington to the Saturday night with her cousins. crltlc.--Beckley (W. Va.) Post
will be
' Ok 670 $6,- to meet with Union county 17, 1931. there a
; oosa, 1,044, $10,316.00 at the Brooker school IU fiscal policy by an excise extent that he will be In the race Misses Lorene and Pauline Green Herald
k hobea ; board relative to bridge across box'supper
161, $1.519.61 tax on gasoline, and Florida was next spring for representative in Miss Susie Well spent Monday
: Or- river at Dukes Ferry. house given by the 4-H Club girls. .
oge, 1,036: I the first states in the the legislature from Polk county. afternoon with Miss Mildred Saun-
$10,236.9:5 very
: Osceola to attendS among
; Is Invited
t8r si. i Routine bills were ordered paid Everybody ROBBED BY GYPSIES
.624.21. Union to adopt It. When I retired .
Palm and the board, adjourned to the ders.Mr, Clarence Andr CHRISTMAS u.
Beach 2 684, 26521.21: INSTALLS MODERN DRYCLEANING from office It was three cents per SEALSMAILED
&sco S7.3713' : Polk> 200419 ; : next meeting. PLANT gallon.Second: OUT was visiting Miss Hilda Forsyth Three automobile loads of

1.98'; putaam. -- -.- We needed a system of Sunday afternoon. gypsies stopped In Starke Saturday
813.
8033.44 -
r bna ; SL SANTA CLAUS LETTERS Owen Misses Alice Pattee and Hilda morning to ply their usual vocation -
668, state which Honorable Ruth Bryan ,
highways upon
through
$8600.66 W. A. Bessent Jr. has completed '
St.. Lucie ,
: .
and thlev- ,
0. S6OO 7.78: gents Installation of modern dry work should be confined until com- Christmas Seal Chairman announces Forsyth were the guests of Mrs. of fortune telling '
Rosa Florida.
'
129424; Sarasota 1,143, Hampton, pleted. This was done by leglila- that Christmas Seals have J. C Jones Sunday: afternoon. Ing, and succeeJed: In making way ,
930, 9189. Dear Santa, Claus I cleaning; equipment In the building I
4 : of
; 8 citizens of Brad Messrs. Jimmie Reynolds, Hubert with $210 from Bud Sullivan
cminole 1 358 live enactment and the first preferential i beenu sent to the
$3.1117.72 I occupied by Highway
'T.757, 17 ; Sum- I wish you would bring me a I formerly of state highways 'ford county through the mall thispast Brown and Misses Nellie Ed- Theressa. who was In Manning's

17.45; Taylor.09; Suwannee 695, train, some animal picture books, :. Market on Walnut street The system sections as distinguished week, and urges to purchaseas wards, Ida Mae and Hazel John., Store when the rovers picked his
: and will be In charge of R. B. connecting "
4 213' $14.278.37. Un12.173.61 a dump truck, a hammer a plant his fortune.
12401.14 from mere localities was created. many seals as possible, to help all of Starke, attended the danceat pocket while "telling
; 1.232, whole lots of nails. I am four years :Beat, an experienced operator, and missed his roll when
Sullivan
K'akuua,779 When 1 retired from office continue the health program In the Lorene Greene's Thursday eve- Mr. r
he la in
with the new equipment
$7,691.41 of bill for -
"Iton ; his
age. be started to pay groceries
138 861 miles of schools.
Von 13665.73; Wash- Your little friend, position to turn out high grade there was completed ning.Mr. and officers were notified.
629, hard surface roods. We had graded "Christmas Seals helped provide Rodman Underbill was the ,'
$6,21:5.29.: establishment.Mr. .
to
L. Topsey) Brown. work equal any broadcast over '.;
Emory ( and with culverts and bridges health work for 60,000 Florida guest of Miss Elate Rhoden Sun The alarm was
invitation
.- Bessent extends an
--
JackaO1VUen&po \ -S road all ready school children this past year," day night. state radio station but they had
of
James L Barnes, NOTICE 'to the public to call at the plant built 949 miles to I
been press
not apprehended up
had Mrs. Owen said
spent
Ind surf&4e.Ve
.
for hard
14 Of S2 .ubmitted low and inspect the modem machine and this needy Punta Oorda Joe B. Harrison, time. The band is thought to be
for construction: 01 will be Junior Circle of cleaning the most delicate U, 28.000.00 on bridges practically Buy liberally year
poet There a capable with ferries. My .. proprietor of Fashion Barber Shop the same one chased out of Ocala

all S bunding. meeting at the ball Saturday everning fabrics without Injury. done came away Into office In 1023, Chl :ey State road department and dry cleaners, purchased machinery Saturday morning by officers white i,

! Plans for anclub at 7:30 o'clock. AD members successor opened divisional offices on of Punta Cords Dry CleanIng telling fortunes In the negro quar
show : Picket fence built and be it said to hi* credit he fol-
Tarpon be Mayo -
to present.lira.
8pringaip ire requested railroad avenue, north of railroad establishment. ten of that city.
4.
)
d.l-UUed. J. L, Silcox. Supervisor. around Methodist parsonage lot. (Continued on Io4l'e





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"""j,1 ,' ) '. ', ,,..';";! PATSY BRINSON, Society Editor B fI S' JOURNAL HOPE HAYNES, Junior t PI'I .Wr"

I : LOUISE EDWARDS, Literary EditorMIRIAM 0 0 0 MARYPEARCE.Sophomor; R'
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N BASKET BALL TUV-OUTS over the thorn patches where we Don't lie. Don't : can escape." word. Don't be a tattle tale. fire they are sn. .red. Some parts Miss Beatrice Cady in Jacksonville day for the U. S. Naval Hospitalin daughter, :jjadg M Mr

d; U k ''I, 4 4 Fifteen boys reported to practice I "Hurrah for Sergeant Einstein, 3. Perform your own job just a change so yellow they might be Saturday. Pensacola for medical treatment Parrish were In star", b
I Eo ' and are all fighting hard for pool. I make a motion we give him some little bit better than it absolutely mistaken for gold, and then as if Mrs. Rachel Theme Sau: '"'''1
+ lions on the basketball team. reward for his idea." necessary. Look ahead. Don't that were not enough to touch the Herbert Stevens spent ,the Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Hazen were ed after a visit I Ie, \ 1111I
w I p b'' There are only two out for cen "Two bits and a box of snuff," stagnate; use your imagination.Don't heart of the most unappreciative Thanksgiving holidays in Atlanta, In Gainesville Saturday afternoon.Mr. whUe. Manatet III

r ter. Cox, who played a little last pipped up a buck private in the become an automaton. person in all the world Is added to Ga. J. :M. Douglass was here last Mr. Chesley Flgg am, ,
i )' Y n year, and Futch from Lawtey. For rear ranks. 4. Help the other fellows. Work this mass of fire, with gold and fc Wednesday. Lillian, were Visiting d6 11gb I
forward there are seven, stern- "So It shall be." for the good of the team. lavender for more accent the sun- All the seniors are looking forward Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Osteen and vile Monday In J

1! 'I berg first team of last year; Ty Next morning the horse catcher B. Don't complain whine knock, shine on the dancing waves whichis to the Christmas holidays Mr. A. B. Surrency were In Starke +

y ,r y : ; p eon, Strickland Williams, Cason, came out and threw his net over or quit. If you are given a job, do even more beautiful.As when all the "usual" parties and Monday.Mr. -
)' ti Colaon Mordon, H. For guards, the birds and lo and behold! The it we have, Matheny of last year: net rose up off the earth amid the Always do your level best. splendor the blue sky gradually In Alachua Sunday.Mr. RISING

A'A' Edwards, Inman Robinson, E., Ha- cheers of the audience. They flew 6. Don't be a grand-slander. darkens to a dull grey the mass The college set will soon be in- and Mrs. Redd of Alachua MI. IrU. Mrna., c...
: ; ) gan and Thomas. All are fighting over the thorn patch and sure Throttle your conceit. A swelled of gorgeous clouds turn from vading the town to be received were here Sunday afternoon visitIng ".!

'ii, hard for first string positions and enough they escaped. After this head will cut your career as shortas their exquisite coloring of orange with Christmas cheer and-Christ- their son, Mr. E. B. Redd. Mr. and Mrs .i
we are expecting a great season. had happened for several times the though you had no bead at all. and gold, to red and yellow then mas presents. Mr. and Mrs. Emory Mathenywere Creatvlew Is w MCRq
1' -. catcher waa getting angry (mind 7. Don't be discouraged by fail all clash together and are hidden visiting Mrs. T. D. Dyal Sun- end with hilt spending the

i; BRAUFpItD SECONDS! DEFEATED you), because every time they ure. The man of average Intelligence behind a coverlet of ducks and Guide: "That is a skyscraper." day afternoon.Mr. H. :M. McRae.parent Mr anal.

f. r'f ,,1 N 1 dropped the net in the thorn patch who has the courage to keepon nightfall)) which comes creepingover Miriam: "Oh my! I'd love to see A. L. Green and son, Lesley Mrs. T. D. Proctor
) I after airing it out. trying will get farther than the the earth. it work." were in Starke Monday. of Lake Butler, and cblldr/
d'Y 4rD The Bradford second team was Now things were moving off genius who who puts only half his While you r"e lost In the won- Mr and Mrs. L. W. Sowell of her sister. Mrs "pent J .1, Sunday
'a "e defeated by Lake Butler's' second smoothly and something was boundto heart into his work. drous beauty of this splendor, when Micanopy were here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. alarg a.
did make that Merritt
Papa: "Why
team In Lake Butler last Friday by happen. Sure enough the birds 8. Always be a sportsman and a the shadows begin stealing over the you Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Mott were of New River and
,' + hole in that bucket for huh?
attended
the score of 7 to 0. The game started arguing over the piece of gentleman. earth ;you then. remember where visiting her mother at Miller Sun- meeting at the pnl)
fji Lester "So I could' if there home
: see
of f
Ge 1 water In it. day.Mr.
k t r ;; little passing wan tried. The most sonal remarks. perseverance, continuous interest In another sight far superior to the was any H. P, Gainey, Mr. A. L. ternoon. Sundae J
spectacular play of the game was The deer catcher came upon prolonged enthusiasm and first-the golden moonlight shin Crosby, Mr: and Mrs. O. Thomas Mr. Alton
"I heard the other
j i the only pass Starke completed them, they wouldn't work togetherso unending ambition. ing, playing and dancing on the silvery Halph: a joke were attending to business In : Cove Springs Thornberg of! i
Have I to
told it ?
ii r ; It' which was from Ford to Strick they perished The sergeant 10. And say a prayer each eve- waters of the same lake after Herbert day. "Is it you Starke Monday. with Arthur McRae? spent the week .

If ', land good for 30 yards. Lake Butler gathered the remains of his com- ning. the lovely sunset has passed. The "Yeah-I: funnyf"Ralph reckon. Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Gainey and Mrs. J. C. Alvarez
t { h' scored early In the last period pany and slowly retreated to the Amos Alonzo Stagg, dim lights of some city may be : daughter Lois 'spent Sunday in Olamae of and laugh
Herbert "Naw haven't toldIt Vandct'bllt81 f
g 4 i when they drove the Starke back rear, and after this, was never Coach, University of Chicago seen In the distance but they can to me.": you Jacksonville\ ) with their daughter, Ing Mrs. Jake Crosby Tuesdml'Ik
Iri to their two yard line. Here the hear of any more. never, never compare with this Mrs. A. B. Surrency.Mr. Mr. H. M. and B '
; '' !y r9 Starke eleven held them for four The moral to this story boys and TilE MERMAID QUEENBy beautiful sunset and moonlight O. J. Mott was in Starke made a business M lid
Cleo: "Oh sir! How Is this trip to
P .1i. u' downs. Ford punted out and B girls Is, "Play and the team plays ( Nell Martin.) splendor of our west. boat on the ocean, ?" long Tuesday.was Monday. New RiT

c Rae of Lake Butler returned It with you, grandstand and you play Clyde Morgan, here Monday afternoon.ler Mr. and Mrs
t t 4 to the 3 yard line and It was car alone." A mermaid queen sat on her throne Eng. III A Sailor; "Just 720 feet, ma'am"S. Mr. Shepard Dukes of Lake Hellbronn, spent Newn Mott ,

1*?:' J a < < ried across on the fourth try. A You have just listened to Less With a crown of priceless pearls. R. "The-first time Butler, spent Saturday here with :mother, Mrs. E. J.Sunday Lewis aiN) i
1., 1'' pass' was completed for the extra Robinson and the fourth of a seriesof She sang as she nat there all alone INTERESTING TALKS INClLPEL you contradict his sister, Mrs. J. J.. Morgan. Mr. and Mrs. D
<<: me rm going to kiss you"Kitty McRae andh F
curls.
bedtime stores broadcasted from And combed her beautiful
point Among those churchat
: "You are not." attending tie son, Jack, wor dinner mj
MIMIWHMMWM B t'WB M V VMM this station over the B. H. S. hairnet New
Hope Sunday were:: Mrs. of Mr. and Mrs H. M :
STATION It. II. S. This program, ladles and gen- Her palace was made. of shining Mr.Dyer county agent for Bradford Ben: "Please." J. J. Morgan and son, Clarence hfcPaa6urday.
{4I t lemen, was sponsored by Eatmore glass; Union Mr. H. P. Gainey Mrs. H.
? ;! and counties, gave ua a She: "No." Galney Miss Marie Alvarez of
it'' )' Ladles and gentlemen you have Yeast Company, whose slogan is Colored stones scattered o'er the very Interesting"tank on 4-H club Ben: "Oh, please do." Mr. and Mrs. 0 W. Hazen, Mrs.D. oak spent Friday night with Wain Ax:'
Just listened to the weekly Liars "When' Better Yeast Cakes are floor. work last Thursday in chapel. 4-H She W. Hazen. rey McRae.
Club. The subject "I Shot Two Built, Eatmore Yeast Company No one Into the castle could pass 'Positively no.
club work Is helpful to boys and Ben: "Please this time." + '-
1 Peers." We now turn you back to Will Drop Out of the Race." For two fish guarded the door. girls, especially those who live in She: "I said no.just" Fernandina Nearly four a e
home station for further station There will be a slight pause ((7 loads
+i your rural districts, as it teaches how raw shrimp shipped
ta
Ben "Aw aU the
: ma, boys
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dazes) for station announcements One day a merman came to visit go
I announcements. Station B. H to grow high yielding crops and barefooted> now." GRAHAM this city<<: to northern markttii
8. the queen also poultry. The work is beneficial Miss Ellen Johnson Cor. one day.
; To our regret we are about to CAMPUS COMMENTSIt But the fish wouldn't let him In. and has proved to be highly Punta. GordaCharlotte\ FIlm

t, let something go on the air so if He thought that they were very Interesting to both boys and girls. Rev. ture Co., Inc, opened its doon i
5 ; 4' your set la broken just go ahead won't be long now. Exams I mean, EXTRA ROOMS FINISHED BROOKER Daugherty of Lake Butler, public in McAdow building
and repair It. We now Introduce next week the old days of three I So he punished them for their sin. filled his regular appointment here southwest Marian avenue.
to Less Robinson In his weeks' review is I Miss Vera Oalney Cor. Saturday and
you. week over. We are We are very glad to say that the Sunday. Miami Beach Boulevard i
u.e ly program over the expensive hair lucky If we have one week. I He cut off their heads and (threw pupils who have been in the audi Miss Frances Murrhee attended Lincoln Hotels to open Nov. L.$.

net of B. H. B. them away), tolum since the first of the yearon Mr. Liscomb of Lake City was church at Hampton Thursday eve- Palmetto 352 cars cltnu ahl'
t Folks account of the Old Dame Rumor has been And went In to see his queen.
on scarcity going account of crowded conditions here on business last week. ped out there since shipping i
r; If birds this year I will tell you a around scattering her news. The She. loved him so he was married have moved into.. their new class Mrs. Alice Thomas spent last ning.Mr.. and Mrs Clifton Brown son opened

story on the subject of birds. The news: A conference mythical teamIs that day rooms. Sunday with Mrs. T. D. Dyal of daughter Marian and Miss Mattle Stuart CO. Pittman i.,,!,
4 title "Who Killed Cock Robin" being chosen. Well let's hope To the most beautiful mermaidever The rooms are fixed up nicely Zlff. Norman, were In Starke and Law- ed Supreme Lunch for business

t Once upon a time way up northin hey don't forget that B. H. S. is seen. with cloak rooms and everything I Everett Galney Ortho Matheny, tey Monday.Mr. .
Starke there lived a large flock till on the map. that make modern
to school
: goes a Ivan Hazen Aubrey Hazen attended Lloyd and
Dyal LelR.ndLitchfield
taY r of quail (who'd a thunk It) This I If the wind blows the same way room. * the of .( -a--a. -
organization the 4-H Cro-
of Zlff
i 4 n t r) : flock of quail always lived in dreadof Never say Herbert can't play for the next three years Julius talaria Club In Lake Butler Sat. to business here ,Saturday were attending after-

a quail-catcher who was by degrees football If don't believe me, ask Landon will have a football team. We consider that we have a cer- urday night. Say it with Flowers ]
I F (Fahrenheit) diminishing the Lake Butler. Lake Butler's com- With McNeil at tackle and Parks noon.Mr.
tain amount of talent In writing In Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Hodges of G. P. Wadsworth of Hamp .. ,
,, supply of quails by calling them to ment on the game Friday was, doing the ball carrying, they should our school. The following girls Starke are here visiting their ton was attending to business here - -----

him and then throwing a hair net That surely Is a good right end, win two out of five games which I handed In winning themes: Louise daughter Mrs. C. L. Atkinson.Mrs. Saturday.Mr. Flowers For All
over them. why Isn't he on the first team?" is doing well for a team in a large Edwards 12th grade; Lucille Ed- Vance Russ and Mr. and S. L. Prescott of Ziff was
1 m Now In this armada of quail there Veil, there is only one thing to do city. Just give me small town foot- wards, 11th grade; Louise Jackson Mrs. Livingston Russ of Lacrossewere visiting Mr. R. M. Johnson here OccasionsGERTRUDE
) t ,. ; waa a bright segeant (something Herbert; go to college you might ball it is good enough for me. You 10th grade. Each girl receiveda here Sunday visiting friends Sunday.Mr. .
j4l unusual who do better and there makes >, BVI(SjS WP>U llM BBM SJ t *
at here
y; ), was losing sleep there. see a victory school year's subscription to the Mr. Lloyd Johns of Lacrosse J. A. J. McKinney left for
night trying to devise some plan to couraged. Telegraph as a prize. spent Sunday night with Mr. H. J. Lake Wales Sunday.Mr. CODBEYANDERSON
: l beat the catcher At hilt game. So Coach Lovell's cry "All out for J. Markey. John Crews of Lake Butler,
11 after sleepless nights he finally deVised basketball". was answered In the :, star bye and bye. FUNNY THINGS- COLUMNBy Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Hazen and was visiting friends here Sunday.Mr. .
a plan. He called the buz- 'form of about thirty boyar If the .children of Lacrosse were here visIting and Mrs. L. D. Rlgdon were Phone SO Waldo Fit
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cards around him and said. "Boys basketball season Is as successful A SUNSET AND A MOONLIGHT I Mrs. D. W. Hazen Sunday. here
visiting Sunday.
A. W. Anderson Jr.) _.
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and girls I mean roosters and hen, as the football, we'll be sitting on SCENE OUT WEST u.
rl listen to what I have to say. Owing' top of the world A. W. ANRERSONof -
the
to the fact that our ranks are be- One of the most picturesquescenes
ing thinned out day by day, by then TEN COMMANDMENTS that I have ever looked BURSTED BOILER, LEAKY
dog catcher I have devised a plot FOil TUB SPORTSMAN upon was a sunset In Utah. STOVE PIPE & COMPANY

which will defeat his purpose, so Standing at sunset on one shore Nowhere, Florida
lend an ear. Tomorrow when the Or the man or woman In busi of the Great Salt Lake that divides Phone No. N-o-t-h-l-n-g

lion catcher throws the net over ness. Utah from Nevada facing -
Us each stick his head out the 1. Keep your mind and body the opposite shore you will see a I, A. W. Anderson honestly be- D
clean and alert Practice self-con lieves that all of us 1931 B. H.
window and yell for the Campfire wide water expanse of sapphireblue
S.'ers will be six feet under the
Girls; no I mean stick your head trot at all times. water which Is divided from
out of the meshes and fly away 2. Be true, square and honest. the blue blue sky above by a bank back.ground when prosperity comes

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New Style
W. T.I i "How are things at home
now that your mother is away?"
iii Paul: "Life isn't so hot. I can
now put my socks on from either t\

end." .
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,. Better Suft Than Sorry ,'
Mrs. Perkins: "June why were

you late this morning SAFETYEvery
June: "I saw a sign." i
Mrs. P.: "Well, what does that

J t r r NdTHvk' 6eT ffATNEAts : have to do with your being late?"
1, r Y'' fRO"t OuIEL 1b June: "Please ma'am, the sign .
Y'a' V GII'W11iR SF1RtVlaS, CN1CMt"+t said: 'School ahead-go slow:" and
; a + bE 1T ? iguao. 'MEtiaAg time you step it up to 55-60-65
i 1st Junior "I'm going to kick takltlg
'; y) ,i A dPICM1Ns ToO Ico.Lles Ii I- you.:'' : your tires are badly worn you are shot

2nd Junior: "You wouldn't kid v-t that proverbial gambler's chance one

a T TZ QT me, would you?" in a hundred.
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when
such odds you
$ Why play long
GwN1looKlt you next week. above
Z SN eSAe Sr+ -.--S-- comfort ease of mind mileage and
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r went on a trip to Jacksonville Sun motoring.
day night via Green Cove.

Come in today and equip your car with theseCourtesy
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Sunday; night. fine first line, high quality tires.

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Gainesville Wednesday- night. }3ennyluanio Tires

Lester Price Robinson also visited -
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football game In Lake Butler Friday Prop.
were: Mary Brownie, Dot ,

? Bitch, Lois Long.Lola Adklna Eld- Starke FloridaIOJ
VIJI4ee- redge Dobinson, Lester Robinson. ,..
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: -.,. ., -- the Hock was at least two blocks, turing the many uses and adoptionsof "Ma" Ruhl, Mrs. George Goolsby, completion, as well as other im- $15,000 has been brought to

I the News says. the tractor on Florida farms Ivy Clough Johnson, Sophy Jean provements and additions that are ers of Lee county ao far this grow season -
Paragraphs I will be featured the first day. Irving, Bertha Fuller, Lucille being made for a dozen cars of cucumbers

\ News of Florida In Short Fort Myers--More fish than he Smith, Mrs. Holderman, Mrs. P. E. whkh have been picked here and ,
in his life were reported Clewiston-Seminole Farms, a Gore, Iva
ever saw Sprinkle and Edith Keller : went north. D. Geract l 1
PE'nt1acollPORslbly few people has done the :
swarming off Fort Myers beach by beautiful development located near all good editorial writer and bulk
of
I', today know, or if they do, probably cucumber shipping, it was I
E. B. Tlaher. He caught 40 mack- Clewiston, is continuing beautifica- editors and owners of Florida indicated
have having handled "
forgotten, that Florida, under 11 cars ,
In hour from the pier and tlon work with the addition of a
erel an newspapers. far.
so Other
Spanish rule, was divided into two packers have con
STATE NEWSTOLD that 40 anglers also thousand rose bushes.: The work
said more fined
LIVE territories, east and west Florida.. their shipments largely to
caught all they could carry home. of building these bushes has just Fernandln- A tooth which In East. Florida extended well up In express lots, although In the ag.
"There was a solid mass of fish been completed. Five hundredred earlier decorated the I these
age! Jaw of what Is now Georgia, and west, gregate smaller shipmentshave
around the pier" said Mr. Tlsher. radiance, tap hundred pink some unknown prehistoric nnlmal Florid took in a part of southern' amounted to probably two
"Must have been three or four radiance and three hundred as- ,
EXCHANGES has been unearthed from beneathsix Alabama as far north as Mont cara.
BY OUR acres of mackerel, I never saw or sorted varieties were grafted on : feet of beach sand by Henry gomery. In 1810 West Florida

.... .. _._ heard of the like of It." to a thousand stock: bushes which Ferreira, local fishing seceded
____ r "' -r-rLl" '" r camp pro. and set up an Independent Eustls---J. Walker has paid his
--- -- the were set out for the purpose last prietor The tooth Is eight inchesIn republic, which lasted for [58 days, debt to his dog. Instances in which I
six tory, a good price considering Wauchula--The first strawberries summer length, four and half inchesin
.Haven- ; . a and was dissolved on the order of dogs risked their lives for their
inter o og1eMpicture cor- bigger markets. to leave Hardee county this -
thickness and weighs four anda Washington authorities without masters were paralleled here when ..
he I leading States will season were shipped from Wau- Madison Approximately $150 half pounds. Other smaller tooth any bloodshed.NaplesNow. Walker, formerly resident of f'" '

Bcwreftathl. city: during Tampa--F. M. Scott, Rlverview for chula Tuesday.! The berries, 60 worth of watches, rings, necklacesand were found In the vicinity, Mr. I Charlotte, N. C., risked death to ( ,

farmer, saved his money sev-and pints of them, were shipped by a other Jewelry was stolen from Ferreira says The principal ppec- that the new concrete save the life of his bird dog. Walker -
winter Beason.- eral years until he got $1500 group of local buyers and consigned the show window In D. G. Smith's Imen is said to exceed In size any Gordon was hunting with friends whenhe
bridge spanning
Increase oft kept It In a tomato can burled In to New York Growers were store thief who broke similar fossilized rlvI I
a tooth located
An drug by ever heard his dog In
\ and er on the Tamlaml Trail at Nap- yelp pain. Hefound J
TIo"over October and the ground.have The tomato can The paid 50 cents a pint. Regular shipments the plate glass. The robber useda in Florida les is nearly completed and ready the dog had been bitten by a k f
the disappeared.
than for the $1500 are expected to begin in a brick wrapped in a newspaper to
rattlesnake, and while his
of for dedication, the suggestion, compan- .j j
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rly I ftsrs4S year was money was In $10 buried bills] three, feet few days and Hardee county's ber- break the glass. Miss Irene Green, Panama City-During the shipping comes from Judge E. O. Wilkinson Ion killed the reptile, he quickly }
them, and was
:: for No- back ry crop is said to look promising in who lives lives two blocks away season the A. & St. A. B. of Naples that it be named theJ. made an Incision In the dog's leg
In the ground in Scott's yard. spite of continued dry weather. from the store heard the crash and railway has shipped approximately F. Jaudon Bridge, in honor of where the rattler had struck and ', .
yes -
" which broke out came up town and! reported she CO cars of Satsumas to date. This the man whose keen vision, pioneering He tore up his shirt and madea
Live Oak-Fire
,, acksonvllle Dr- Stewart G. mill of the Standard Gainesville-A caterpillar trac- saw a negro man leaving the vicin- record breaks, any former ones for labor and Indomitable persistence tourniquet, binding the dog's lega
in the saw
bull
? director of the state Lumber corporation operating at tor school for the farmers of Flor- ity of the store.GainesvilleIt. any previous season. The railway had more to do than any tourniquet, binding the dogs leg

u, of vital icctthatsFlorida e a DowlIng Park, 18 miles southewest ida will be held in Gainesville by company has been making In1provement8 factor with bringing to a realiza carefully Companions rushed
trtmad" the University of Florida Exten- has been stated I steadily for the past tion the once fantastic and seem- Walker and the dog to a doctor.

|o tuberculosis death rate waslest of this structure city completely and machinery destroyedthat buta sion service Dec., 1 and 2.. The that women can't'write editorials. I few months and Is making others. ingly Impossible dream of a great The dog recovered and his master :

on record. show will be given on the univer However, this does not apply to. New steel rails are being laid on highway from coast to coast across was ill for only a few hours.
force of 50 men succeeded In sav- r
sity campus beginning at 9:30: Florida for this state claims some the north end of the line. To date the lower Everglades. -
worth of lumber by
$130,000
ing
{onlfllY Holmes county Bap- prompt and efficient work with each day. Demonstrations, talks of the brightest newspaper womenin ] over IS 1.2 miles have been placed Tampa Salvation Army dedicated -

s will| Bena clothing a carload to the of Orphic pro-- hose lines, playing on the stacked and moving picture shows fea, the country, among them being and the work will be pushed to. Evergl a d e s Approximately new home and hospital at '
and
la this Christmas, it timber._ r
Kounced The car will
here.
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I here December 18.Lest Miami-Miami was awarded the
1932 meeting of the United States
Palm Beach-Some 3000 Good Roads association to be held 4

of fish and marine life willon April 11-15, next year. Announce- .
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Beachr '. :, \ "
at the Palm ment of this city's selection was '
L display
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sily of '
r when its new aqualrum made by Col. J. Asa Roundtree '
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I outfitted, according to Eddie Birmingham, Ala., director generalof ,.:';",1: i'I':'" <..

iesholU, In charge of the pier. the association who spent today .,; / I \ I ,
making an Inspection of Miami hotel .t '
Operations facilities. ,, !' : first and '
iDeFunlak Springs :: : The only
await- :
I the test oil well here are :i
,
,
preparation of casing. Since River Junction-Regnald Owen, t

Jch a sew strata nothing can belui merchant, used an empty pistol to "",' Prl

of results until the hole has rout a hold-up man last Thursday /'; ;
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washed out, operators say. night. Rowan was attacked when )" ,. f; : with
D I tie got Into his car, grabbed the ,. ,.-t' 'J'; :: l I.:*!. lowpriced car

|MayoThe L.. & L. Fur company! empty gun from a door pocket,

I this city bought 1303 alligator pointed It at the hold-up man got

lies, last season. The 1308 hides away with it. The hold-up man
Lchased were worth $1845 to the ran despite the fact that he had a .j

Enters Some monster saurlansJeasurlng gun In his hands.
from ten to thirteen feetere .. Shift
brought in. Canal Point-The 1931 fall bean Syncro-Mesh ''I

crop had brought a third of a mil

lUoydShellle Mae Thompson, lion dollars to the growers In the

j 4-H club girl of Lloyd, has been western part of Palm Beach county
amed as the winner of a state- to the first of last week, and as
lide canning contest and has been there was no seed and fertilizer d

warded a free trip to Chicago tolie loan from the government and as

Tenth National Boys' and Girls' there are no notes to the govern- and Free Wheeling

IH club congress. ment to be paid, most of the mon-

ey remains here.
j PensacolaMunicipal radio sta- -

I'on WCOA was sold by city coun- Miami Beach Mayor Val C. .
|.1 1 to J. G. Pace local business Cleary of Miami Beach wired JohnJ.

un for $6,300. He indicated he Raskob, chairman of the Demo-
t-nlJ spend approximately $20 cratic national committee, urging -- 6
the station, the national convention be
I>f in modernizing party's
j Sich Is one of the oldest in the convened here In June. The mayor t I IIl 1

Ute. pointed out Miami Beach could offer .....--
either an open air amphitheater -

Moore Haven- -The McWilliams along the beach or a large au-

'redoing company of Chicago' andew ditorium for the convention.

Orleans, contractors to the
Panama British S. S. desirable when descend t
City-The
nar department for the construe- particularly
of the biggest driving
,on of six miles of Lake Okeecho- Largo Law arrived In port from lull traveling slipperygtreet
or
)ee navigation channel and flood St. Thomas, Danish West Indies, ONE in modern motoring ing sleep

mtrol levee, began work last weeka tieing up at the municipal docksat now available at one of the *. For it enables you to use the
their $400,000 job. Bay Harbor. The vessel was without
engine as a !brake, instantly,
loaded with the largest single ship- lowest prices in the automobile) mar -
ment of to leave this slowing down the car.
DeLan.lCharles Plastow, Eng- paper yet ket. is Combined with
Syncro-Mesh
'-h artist, who will have charge port, being something like 4,000 .
f the construction of the various tons. As soon as the cargo Is completed Free Wheeling in the new Chevrolet Six Then, suppose you want Free Wheel

rtistlc features to be incorporatedn the ship will clear for Eng- button the
on
ing. Simply a
the Florida exhibit at the Cen- land. This is the first time that these two press

ury of Progress exposition at DeUnd daub. Thereafter, ami until you pull
and will his studio here Sanford-More than two hun- outstanding inventions have been Six combines the
open The new Chevrolet the button out again,you Free Wui.l..
>tithe Immediate future. dred decorated automobiles and brought together in a low-priced auto
floats are already assured as entrants You roast along with a delightful

Daytona Beach All regular in the parade which will be ,- mobile. Syncro-Mesh is the most ad. advantages of two inventions . gliding, eenlfl tiun. And you shift with

Army National Guard and Reserve a feature of the afternoon programof vanced type of transmission ever e
officers in Florida have been the Seminole County Progress never-to-be-forgotten ease,
invited\ < to Daytona Beach Decem- day celebration here December 15. developed. Free Wheeling is that new Syncro-Mesh and Free Wheeling

bar 10, when the chief chemical Governor and Mrs. Doyle E. Carl- sensation which adds 110 much to the The Free Wheeling mechanism of the

officer/ of the fourth area, ton will review the parade, together -
corps Chevrolet Sit in a highly simplified
The make new
of two a
will stage a demonstration ol with prominent central Florida zest driving. to assure quick quiet, easy gear- c
. ,
chemical Instead of a complicated
warfare material. officials. matchless combination! They bring typn.

Miami Metropolitan- Miami Palm Beach-- Wealthy Palm about an entirely new kind of drivingease shifting and positive control of the ineihariSsm with many moving part.,

building permits for the first 11 Beach home owners have sparedno and car control, far beyond any. iti ill a simple, sturdy unit, with only

months of 1931, totaled J3.317.147: expense in getting their estates three moving
which does not include permit for and residences In excellent shape thing you have ever enjoyed. They car under every driving condition parts.

we new $2,000,000 federal buildIng for the 1931-32 winter season. Hun- give you quick, quiet shifting and Then, long with Syncro-Menh and
project which Is well underway dreds of thousands of dollars have
The federal government Is gone Into new homes and in.addition complete mastery of the car under all Free Wheeling, Chevrolet offers you

Dot required to take out building there has been much landscaping driving conditions. They enable you PRICED AS LOW AS 60-horitepower lix.c)'linder perform

permits building additions, planting
flowers and shrubs and constructing to do things in driving that are impossible ' anre, higher speed,fatter acceleration,

first Sarasota Construction on the .seawalls. without both these feature*.. $475AU greater smoothness, smarter Fisher {
unit of a -
religious education
matchless and a
bodies ,
economy
center of
for the Orlando-Florida enlpments
First Methodist drive in "standard"gear
If prefer to
church, has been here. J. M. Mason fresh fruits and vegetables for the you first cost that 1 Ie among the lowest In
did not fall far enables to _-,...I.Fans.ah.I...... ''
chairman 1930-31 Syncro-Me
season you
; of the building ca. .'..M.ew c.IMroI,.$fkS4.n, .. the market. Certainly it's the great
committee, said the Initial structure short of the estimates made sometime shift back and forth with uncanny .: DitMm 0!Ciwul, */<*"!.
,,1 will be the assembly hall and ago. At that time a move- American value for 1932.
will be of tile and stucco eontructtoa ment of approximately 125,000 .peed. silence and precision. This U
carlots was predicted for the sea- \ P

son. According to the official fig \, J "..ow D.Ilrered Prtcr K.*r O. II. "t. C. T.rw.."

Panama CitY-The ures of the Florida State Market
port of Panama -
City has been ing Bureau, the total movement
active this
weekThe llaru" Japanese "France last season was 123,812 cars. I NEW CHEVROLET SIX '

cleared for Japan, the Am 1 _
ertcan H "**t Madaket" arrived Bradenton The F. Emory .

with salt cake from Germany, and Sharp Realty company announcedthe
the HDeftna"' of the Waterman line consummation of the largest AMERICAN VALUE FOR 1932
cleared with 2000 tons of kraft citrus grove deal in this vicinity THE GREAT
paper. since 1925. Frank Kaatory of

Bradenton purchased the Ponder

Dunneion.'.x. :M. wooward of grove from Haley and Mllam of SEP YOUR DEALER BELOW -
the river and Jacksonville. The Ponder property .
harbor bureau'of
the war is located some four miles from "
'rrI'Ie department of commerce Sarasota in Frultvllle and consistsof


!, crew channel from. fJ'owth.cf Dunneuon of men With the to power With1acoochee begin to Croom boats clearing of and river marl the a- room Fort 102 house.1-2 Myers acres--and A Hock a modern of wild 10- Toro del! \ Chevrolet CompanyStarke .,


II1iles. The distance i. about ducks, which took 45 minutes to

pass, flew southward following the
Caloosahatchee river the other Florida .K.Ke .KI
005 .
I.--.eQ, at Four car' of hogs were I duy. Persons on the river noticedthe ,
Malone advance guard about 3 o'clockin I
"tlChlnlr
80.000 padouOut of the afternoon and it was 3:45

2 head handled 26T of these before the last stragglers at the

die ItrlcUy number ODe end of the lln* bad disappeared. It
lIricel are the lowest la hb was estimated that the width of

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M AI>FORO COUNTY TELEGRAPH. JF'E'lUtn
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{ : : universal C. A. HARDER: ANNOUNCES playground of the nation and cultivate i Key West
i n I ,: ant; Ethel Moore, Corresponding States asking for peace
; 1./"J1 Secretary; :Mrs. Laronla Griff. which after receiving a large number CANDIDACY FOR GOVERNOI tho tourist travel. base will start'
"!' Chaplain; Geneva Thomas, Audi of signatures will be sent to We must "operate with every don Co.

( tor; Gladys Williams, Captain; the proper authqritles. (Continued from page 1.) legitimate agea"y in marketing Inverness ?< ,n

f fJClctylJJ' Mrs. P. J. Pearce, Outer Sentinel; The hosteaa nerved her guest lowed the policies we had adopted our citrus fruits, vegetables and posed for this pine,

iJtil: Mrs. R. R. Prevatt, Inner Sentinel; with dainty sandwiches! and ho He retained a majority of the agricultural products.We Board of trust. .
: Jr. Supervisor, Mrs. Jim Silcox; cocoa. members of the department I had must think of the state asa county conslde Bl'adto

Musician, Marguerite Prevatt; > appointed. He raised the gasoline whole--dealing fairly between all McKlnney brldg QijtrucUOll,

Publicity Chairman,, Edna Hutto; WOMAN'S CLIHJ OF STARKE tax we had established and applied sections and all interests.We River.'-Starhe BradfL Santa
T. A. tO !MEKT: CAROL WHITE GIVES It was decided at this meeting to HOLDS MEETING the hard surface to the roads must stop the practice of Telegraph
UIKTUD\Y PARTY send a Christmas box to one of the which happily had been graded and constantly enlarging governmental

The Parent-Teachers' AssocIation needy sovereigns, and one to go The Woman's Club met in regular prepared for such surface. activities.We .
will meet next Wednesday afternoon : The twelfth birthday anniversary to a needy family in town also session Wednesday afternoon, Too much space must not now must recognize the depressed -

at 3 o'clock in the big of Carol White daughter of one to go to the home Sherman, December Oth. The decorations in be used in discussing things that financial condition of our municipalities

school auditorium. Mr. and Mrs. Olin White, will be Texas. the club auditorium were suggestive are past. We are interested In the and deal fairly with them

pleasantly remembered by the The meeting was then turned of the Christmas season. future and every citizen of Florida: even as we do with every political

CIRCLES OF TilE IHITISTW young hostess and the eleven over to the social committee who The president Mrs. N. D Wainwright has a right to know the candidate division.I .
attended her
H. U. TO BIEET guests, who afternoon at the residence party served punch and home-made cake called the meeting to order plans for the future. Our first] am not the candidate of any

Monday to all present. and after the club collect and flag thought la the economic situation faction, men or set of hem. I will

The circles of the Baptist W. M of her parents. and, salute, "Suwannee River" was I of our people and what may government go Into the office without pledges

8. will meet :Monday afternoon at Various games were played ALL FRIENDS CAMP NO. sung. Splendid reports were given do to alleviate it. After or promises of appointment. I
held. The
a word contest prize
3 o'clock. 138 ENTERTAIN WOODMEN by i the chairmen of the various making provision for those right shall select the very best men I
Katie
winner of the contest was
Circle No. one will meet with She received bottle of CIRCLE WITH BANQUET committees, the finance chairman fully dependent upon the state and can find for appointments. I
Mrs. W. J. Epperson with Mrs Fugate. a announcing that the club was sponsoring freely discharging our social obligations want to see good orderly govern-

Eperson and Mrs. J. M. Brownlee, perfume.Later In the afternoon the The members of All Friends a minstrel to be given under we are more Intimately ment in Florida and am willing to
as hostesses. Circle number two young Camp No. 13S held their annual the direction of Mr. R. F concerned with problems of taxation devote four years arduous work to
into the
with Mrs. A. L. Kabr, Jr., and Cir quests' which were invited dining deco election of officers Friday evening Demorest on December the 18th. and governmental efficiency. that end. My headquarters will be

cle number three at the home olira. oom, was tastefully Dec. 4th, in the W. O. W. As the memorial fountain now The expense of the state increased at Live Oak and I shall be active
rated with garden flowers. On the
J. H Lord. hall and at the close of the bust- being installed on the club grounds from around $$15,000,000 in 1924 from now until the election.
center of the dining table was a
ness session members of the Cir to around S44.00O.OOO within the
birthday cake Iced in white and I will be finished by>the first of the '
UNIVERSITY Y. SI. O. A. orange bearing twelve candles. Ice cle enjoyed an oyster supper. year, the club is planning 'or a tour' years following; my adminis- Cocoa Packing and shipping

TO CONDUCT SERVICES cream and cake was served those Toastmaster, Mr. G. M. Inman, dedication service to be held sometime ration. Such an increase was notustlfled. of present crop of citrus from this

I'RESUYTEIUAN CIIL'KCH ireaent. Favors were lollypops. I asked Mr. Norman an honor member In January,.the president to Efficiency does not necessarily section of Indian River belt will

-- -- - -- ---- .y.. ---- --- - of the W O. W. to give thanks, appoint a committee to make arrangements result from a lavish: expenditure start in this city soon.
A deputation team of the Y. :M, GARDEN CLUD MEETS after which the supper was served for this service. of money. Extravagance Merrltt Schoolhouse for negro
C. A. from the University of Florida to the guests by the juniors of the The following program was then Is not only hurtful to the tax pay children nearing completion.

conducted the services at the The Madison Avenue Garden order. enjoyed: ers, but does not usually produce St. Petersburg Florida Motor I

Presbyterian church Sunday eve Club met at the home of Mrs. J. L. An address was made by the Reading, "Peace and War" any beneficial results. We must I Lines formally opened to public,

ning. Splendid addressess were Peek on Thursday afternoon, Dec. newly elected council commander, ,Ira. L. G. Powell.Instrumental eliminate every unecessary expense their new bus terminal representIng -

given by the young men on the 3. In spite of rain several members Col. D. E. Knight, followed by Mr. solo, "Hark, Hark, > ; abolish every useless office; total investment of more than
the subject of "War." Mrs E. K. Ferryman G. H. Bennett, council commander. the Lark," (Shubert)-Mrs. E. M. top the reckless creation of mon- 40000.
were present.
Following the services a fellow Other sovereigns of the W. O. W. MAJESTIC
the Davis. y-spendlng agencies; cut out the West Palm Beach-Palm Beach I
president, presided
< !I ship meeting was held at the After regular routine business, gave short talks. The toastmaster Vocal solos (a) "Night Wind." ads and destroy "fadiam" in this County plans to install water svs- CHELTKNUOODHepplewhite ;
lil manse. The young ladies of the several improvements for Madison called on the captain of the degree (Ball); (b) "Good-night Sweet time of economic distress; make tem for courthouse. -

Christian Endeavor Society served street were discussed. team, Miss Williams to stand heart" (Noble)-Miss Ethel Griffin very dollar do its full duty just Hernando- Construction progressing design in mached bull

refreshment The phase of beautification and pratee was given her for her accompanist, Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. as a good business man does in on Dunnellon Phophate walnut and imported boxwood Itf

planned for study( for the after splendid coaching of her team for the conduct of his private affairs Mining Co. plant, about one and lays. .Majestic 9-tude superhetero

LADIES AUXILIARY MEETS noon was "Backgrounds." Mrs the winning of the goal at the state Instrumental duets, (a) "Waltzof Sane, sensible'ecnomy shall be my one-fourth miles north of city. dyne chassis with Twin Power I Itection V.
convention; Miss Williams gracIously the Flowers" (Tschaikowsky) watchword.
L. A. Davis made a short talk on ; Twin Pentode !
The Ladles Auxiliary of the the subject and the names ofa responded. Mr. Inman (b) "Dance of the Reed-Flutes" What is the chief asset of this Output
gave
thanked the W. O. W. for their tate. It is real estate homes Spray-Shield tubes tone contnl
Presbyterian church held an open number of plants of (Tschaikowsky)-Mrs. E. M. Davis ,
many
j-R- meeting for all the members of the which can be gathered from the splendid cooperation with the cir and Mrs. Pr .aton. business houses and lands. Of what IL E. LAGERGREN and Grand Opera Speaker Cot]

church at the manse Tuesday eve woods, suitable for such planting cle and for the tempting supper The hostess committee, composed value are they now with their burden plet with
served Talks were made by Mrs of Mrs. T. J. Griffin Mrs.L. of excessive taxes. Every citizen Surveying-Leveling
ning. Mrs. lone Bowman of Penney All members joined in a round tubes _ $$79.50
Farms, was the special speaker. table discussion of the same. DurIng Stmervllle of Penneys Farms, a G. Powell, Mrs./ J. E. Wilson, should be encouraged to own Slapping

She gave an interesting :address: on, the social hour, the hostess member of Starke Grove and the Mrs. C. A. Futch Mrs. E. E. Ca- Us home. The holy cultural in- Starke, Florida ANDREWS STORE

her work at Wasatch Academy, served delicious sandwiches and junior supervisor, Mrs. Silcox. nova Miss Frankie Hudson and luences of the flrslde have been Stark, I'lorlila

Mt.: Pleasant, Utah.A hot tea. Mrs. D. E. Knight, served hot tea responsible for the fineness and

social hour .followed. The Mrs. Peek was assisted in serving ANNUAL MEETING OF and waf en. irillty of American- .citizenship: ,

ladles of the church served delicious by her daughter, Clara Louise, EASTERN STAR and .ur. Incidental I greatness a..: aeople. -

,refreshments to a pleasing and Mrs. Hamilton Ritch. Births / We must find the way to ,
Starke Chapter No. 163 O. E. S, take real estate out of Its condition
number of visitors who were pres. Mr. and Mrs. C. M Ware], Starke,
held Its annual and election frozen with
ent. meeting high taxes. We
FR\NCES ALDERMAN boy, Dec. 4th.
CELEBRATES UIKTIIDAY of officers. on Monday.in._the.MaspnicH tttrTTTua; Mrs. O. R. Estes,'Waldo are prosperous when It can be sold SPECIAL SALE

MRS. N. II. LOVELL .-. >!l.-The'following officers girl, Dec. 8. depressed when it cannot move.

HONORED UITII SHOWER Mrs. Thonja4Jay Alderman- en- were elected for -the year Mr. and Mrs. T. G. Clark, Starke, Sane economy not only in the Men's Watches Ladies' Watches Watch
1932: Mrs. Mae Wells, Worthy Matron state, but in our counties and cities ,
boy, Dec. 8.
tertalnsd-Frlday! afternoon at her
Mlddleton and Mrs. I ; Mr. B. Jacobs, Worthy Patron will go quite far In accomplishing Bracelets for Ladies Metal Straps forMen's
Miss Madge home with a party honoring her Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Burch, Pen ,
H. C. Ritcli were joint hostesses j daughter, Frances, who celebrated ; Mrs. Rubye Hayes, Associate ney Farms, girl, pec. 9. this result. We must have more
Wrist Watches Leather mil Folds
at the former's home Tuesday evenIng tier fourth birthday at this time.A Matron; Mr. E. W. Hayes, Associate equitable taxation methods, details ,

at a china and crystal ahrr ". color scheme of varlgated Patron; Mrs. Eva Anderson, of which cannot be discussed in Ladies Leather Hand Bags, Silverware,
in honor of Mr N. Secretary; Mrs., Pauline Torode CARILLON RECITALS this short statement We must
given ,.,. BLovell shades was carried out in the decorations
a ro"ont krMf aafi&' and- the favors for the children Treasurer; Mrs. Lorena Epperson, -----.4 fairly' distribute and not Increase Salt and Pepper, Toilet Sets, Notions and

""'Polfisell'HWIluJ'' L'llrfotmas' greens were baskets of candy. Conductress; Mrs. Edna Hart, Associate The first recital opening the those burdens. We must not do Novelties.
of the Conductress. The other 1931-1932 season of the Sanctuary any Florida Industry an injustice.
suggestive holiday season Gomes were enjoyed during the
decked the home for this delight afternoon. officers will be appointed by the Bells at Mountain >Lake, Florida, With the exercise of real states BEGINNING SATURDAY DEC 12th

ful occa lon. At the close of an Assisting ).,frs. Alderman were new Worthy Matron.At will be given Tuesday, December manship our fiscal problems can be ,
evening pleasantly! spent the hon- Mrs. H. C. Ritch and Miss Madge I the close of the meeting the 13: 1931, at 12 o'clock noon. Recitals solved and public revenue secured AND LASTS UNTIL ALL IS SOLD
"ore was ushered Into the dining Mlddleton. brothers were hosts to those present will be given each week on In ample amount to justly support
and served and elaborate oyster Sunday and Thursday at 3 o'clock our state and its Institutions.
room and found the dining table Those invited to be present with Never again will your dollar buy as much
The brothers In the afternoon and Sat I shall stand for
supper. following Tuesday orderly progress
with china and of
set crystal, gifts the honor guest were: :Margaret
had charge of the cooking and urday, at 12 o'clock noon. in every department. We
Each received
her friends guest Montieth, Rosemary Whittaker, Some Valuable Prizes Every Day
a favor shoulder ofholly. serving: Mr. E. W. Hayes, Mr. L. The recitals will be of threequarters must support our institutions of
as a bouquet Marjorie Sue Mlddleton, of Jacksonville
D. Green, Mr. B. Jacobs Mr. W. of an hour duration. Special higher learning and our common

Those present were: Mrs. D. P. Alice Yarborough; Merry Beth, Faye Knight Yarbor-, Mary J. Epperson, Mr. G. W. Alderman recitals will be given on each of schools to the limit of our financial REX JEWELRY\ CO.

Carpenter, Mrs. T. T Long, Mrs.J. ough, Marjorie Davis, June Whit and Dr. W, E. Mlddleton. These the following dates; ability. Every school teacher is a
deserve a great deal of praise for Christmas Eve, December 21, milder of citizenship and should
A,, Saul, Mrs. D. A. Montleth, ney,. Barbara Keene, Joan Massie,
Sarke Florida
Mrs. N. B. Lovell Mrs. J. J. Ca- Nina Bishop and Patsy Ruth the bountiful and delightful supper. 1931, at 12 o'clockmidnight. be encouraged.We ,

nova Mrs. H. B, McLendon and t Wainwright About thirty-two members were New Year's Eve, December 31, must strengthen our banking
Misa Ethel Griffin. present to enjoy this delightful oc 1031, at 12 o'clock midnight. laws in every possible way and afford -
yMUS. casion. Easter Morning Sunrise Service more adequate supervision.
t LA\VRENCK DIN KINS The installation of officers will I March 27.Recitals. Confidence should btf! restored and
HONORED UITII SIIOUER also be at 3 osses eliminated.We .
be held jointly with the Masons I will given

O\lER WORk on Monday evening, December 23 p..m. on: must think of Florida as the
The home of Mrs. L, H. Hill,at in the Masonic Hall. All Masons January 9. Memorial recital.

Ni.RVES'4JUP Lawtey was the scene of a delightful and Eastern Stars are requested January 19, Robert E. Lee's i side the Tower.
.
affair .
recently when she .
to be present.METHODIST. Birthday. The nearest town to Mountain
gave a miscellaneous shower hon- ]March 22.
: Lake is Lake Wales and from there
01'ing, Mrs. Lawrence Dinklns. .
CIRCLES OFW. With the following recitals at 12
direct to the Sanctuary Is a boulevard
The evening was pleasantly M. S. MET MONDAY o'clock noon on:
spent in playing rook and at the .--- January 1, New Year's Day. leading to the public parking
area, which is to the
conclusion of the Miss Kath open public
game The circles of the Woman's Missionary January 23.February : .
from 8 a. m. to 5 m.
leen Blancharcl was high and ]Mlsa Society of the Methodist 12, Lincoln's Blrthd'ay. p.
The Bells are beat heard at
a
'
Mildred Dinklns low. Mrs. Din-
church met Monday afternoon and February 22. Washington's
distance
kins wag then invited Into the sun held Interesting meetings, the topic Birthday. 'rom the preferably Tower some 200 yards

parlor which was decorated to resemble for discussion being "The Golden February 2:).
H. M. Nornabell Dlreector.
a rose garden and while Rule, the Law of the Nations." I March 27, Easter Sunday. ,
Misses Cuilda Marie Thede, Doris The disarmament conference will : April 14.

Burney and and Mary Lucille To convene In Geneva February 2, I The last recital of the season

rode; sang "Whert You Look into and the church and numbers of will be given on Thursday, April Rise Fall
the Heart of a Rose", the honoree other organizations are working to 14 1032, at 3 p. m. Nations May or

was presented a large rose, attached make their influence count toward The Mountain. Lake Sanctuary is Big Minstrel

to each petal of which wa the ending of war. open> to the public, throughout the

a gift in memory of tht oool1 ion. The Harriet Peek Circle was entertained entire year from B o'clock in the
The Rock is Unchanged
TO your ear In wort Enjoying this affair with the by Mrs. H. A. Dew and morning until & o' lock In the,, af SHOW\ !! .

every nerve at: high tension. hoteaa and Mr*. Dinkins were: Mrs. A. .W. Redgrave, at the home i ternoon. No admittance. Is charged
No wonder you snap at the wife Misses Dolly Dinklns Abbey Harley of the former. Mrs. Emily Philips to the Sanctuary, and everyone is

.nnd bark at the children.W Gladys Reddish, Ruth Rowe, of Avon Park and Mrs. J. H welcome. Men without coati, however I -At theWoman's Like the symbol of enduring strength, the Rock
.t o h out! Overworked Kathleen Blanchard. Mildred Din- Ritch conducted the devotional' will not permitted<1 to en the rise
.nerves may lead to Sleeplessness kins, Arthurine Blancharcl Doris service. Mrs. E. K. Ferryman and ter. Nor will dogs either on or off I Club of Gibraltar, this bank is unaffected by

Nerroos Headache and host, Nervous of Burney, Mary Lucille Torode, Gull- Mrs. K. H. Long read selections a leash, or carrled'ln the arms be BllildingNext and fall of market quotations, or by other signs.oi

'other Indigestion unpleasant disturbance a da Marie and Louise Thede and on the subject of'peace, and Mrs allowed In the Sanctuary.A I fluctuation in the business world. This bank maintains

Why don't you try Dr. Miles Beverly Cady and Melba Silcox of A. Wood read "The Road to Peace" convenient parking space has its safe and position at all times, a
Bff_rvMC. it Nervine Tablets Starke. written by the nationally famous been established outside the Sanetunrv -.' Friday NightDecember secure of us
Just one In a half class oi Einstein The hostesses .served within easy "access to the condition that is reflected in the confidence

water makes a pleasant sparkling STARKE GROVE NO 278 fruit salad and hot tea. Singing Tower by the Mountain depositors. If you are seeking perfect protection

drink delightfully soothing ELECTS OFFICERS Mrs. A. H. Harley, Jr.. was hostess Lake Corporation where automobiles 18
savin f.s account is invited.
to over-taxed nerve to the Noble White Circle, or carriages"can be parked for your
Dr. Mil..' Nervine .Is now Is Mrs. W. E. Mld for desired the record and status of this bank, where
mad In two forms-Liquid and Starke Grove No. 278, Supreme whose leader 25 cents each aa long as present
Effervescent Tablet. Both bar Forest Woodmen Circle, held its dleton. After the devotional service and busses for Jl.OO ach. The Price: Children 25c:

the same soothing effect.S1.00 regular meeting in the Woodmen Mrs. J. W. Andrews. Jr,. and parking space also contains toilet Adults Oc' -

at year drag ..toNDRMIL.eS' hall with Vonda E. Inman, presid Mrs. W. F. Jones read suitable e.* conveniences, a filling station and STARKE
ing.Officers lections and Mrs.'J. W. White followed light refreshment stand. Under direction of R. F The BANK of
: were elected aa follows: with an Impressive rea ling An authorized story of the sanctuary -
Deraorest and for the benefit
Mae Green Guardian; Vonda E. entitled "Work for Peace Now, so and Singing Tower can be BANK
AN HONOR ROLL
Inman, Past Guardian; Mis. B. P. that War May Not Take Your hlld within the grounds, but nothIng of the Woman's Club.

NEFLVINETABLETS Hunt, Advisor; Louise Williams Little Boy." Mrs. Ferryman presented else for sale la.permit ted in the Doors E. S. Matthews Pres. R. J.:Davis, Cashier
: Banker; Amy ':Moore, Attendant; to both circles' a petition bwuctuary. Open 7:30: p. m.

Rubye Hayes, Assistant Attend from the women of the United Visitors will not be allowed in- -J
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m DeWitt C. Jones Makes Announcement -





Within the next few weeks a new hardware establishment will open in the former location of the DeWitt C. Jones, Hardware. The new firm will open vfl"1 '


complete new l lhc of Hardwaro! and Farming Supplies. Having other business interests: in Starke and always having the best interests of this section at heart, it >5 !atmy


solicitation tlie% new frrn 11 come to Starke--a company that will. prove an asset to Starke and Bradford County.



DeWITT C. JONES.



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;POSTAL OFFICE MOVED $300.000 bus terminal will bo
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built here within year for use of '
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.o..olweal Compiled by Staiko Branch, U.
The Postal Telegraph office mov- S. Florida Motor Lines.
Forestry Department. A
Bits of ed its quarters to the block east For week ending, ]')eo. 8. 1931. /v/\ Davenport-New packing houseof
of the railroad on Call street this Date Max. :r.filPreclp.. Holly Hill Citrus Growers As-
week. For the past several monthsthe Dec. 2 69 64 .20 F sociation started operations
Postal has had quarters in a Dec. 3 71 59 118
Nem filling: station on Temple-street. Dec. 4 83 '.G .03 i
Dec. 5 70 '5(3( T.
BUSINESS MEN'S CLUB MEET Dec. 6 68 55 T. FLORIDA'THEATRE '
Concerning Oar People. Ba.ine' and Dec. 7 68 53 -

.. of the County and Town. The regular twice-a-month meet- Dec. 8 70 l 68 --
Prolr Ing of the Business Men's Club was Total rainfall for week. 1.41 in.
held Monday at the Magnolia Cafe ,
____ =OOOOOQQO QOOOOO and outside of the usual business GAINESVILLE FL.1.e .
attended to at these meetings representatives UVESTATENEWSPenaacola - -- - -
I of manufacturers of
V.
R canning factory equipment were 1'' nlati Program Week Dec. 10
pa
i An Inquiry by a
present in an effort to Interest the
(;; establishment of a canning plant Pensacola man as to the jurisdic-
here by local parties. A committee tion of the sheriff of Eacambia Thursday & Friday
was appointed to go into the county on the waters which sep
-ac b I matter arate the states of Florida: and EDDIE CANTOR
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Alabama, or the counties of Ea-
ReX cmbla, In Florida, and Baldwin, in In
OBITUARY Alabama, has revealed the fact "PAlJMrA rs"
ad that the boundary lines of Florida It out-whoops "Whoopee"Saturday
I in
0 Wlllird M. Parker 65, a residentof and Alabama are In dispute. Of maRRY
-A. 1 St. Petersburg, for five years,I Course there has never) been any -
died at home of his daughter, Mrs contention In the past that Alabamians -
lesday '
Marie Fowler 663 Newton Ave- may have been transgressing afirosJI1roRl
nue, Friday Nov. 27, 1931. the territorial limits of Florida Paul Lukas
and Mr. Parker came here from nor has anything of the kind
.ID Lake Butler where he had lived ever been charged up to Floridians Dorothy JordanIn ,
for many years. respecting Alabama territory but .
and' ..,! Ho( is survived by his wife Mrs. such a thing may now develop. o t 'Beloved Bachelor"
Gussie E. Parker, four daughters, l p# o X

I Mrs. Marie Fowler, :Miss Trelma Stuart An attempt is being 1
qu ..: Parker of St. Petersburg; Mrs.''made to empty the St. Lucle river - Claus --- Monday & Tuesday
oaa Estelle Taylor of San Diego, Calif.; of fresh water and fill with salt Santa will\ soon arrive and heedless acts of the younger ones I
L A and Mrs. Wilma Driggers of Jack- water. By doing this many per- florid the country with new bicycles and teach them the rudiment of WARNER BAXTER
fin e ....-. sonville;three sons, Clyde, Kellum sons think fishing In the vicinity kiddie cars, skates, and a safety. In
and Seeber Parker of St. Peters- will improve in fine style with salt thousand and one toys which the "Remember that failure to prop-
I j; L. burg; three brother and two sis I water fish abounding. For almost youngsters can use to satisfy their erly instruct the kiddies on the "SURRKNDER" d
Lior ters. two years the St. Lucie canal, desire to find mobility. It is an safe way to use the Yuletide toys \cltlt..l-Onr Gang Cimicdy
Interment was held in Gainesville which Joins the St. Lucie river with Impressive sight to see the, paradeof may mar the entire Christmas
Itlat $ : Nov. 29 1931, with the Rev.F. Lake Okeechobee has been bring these boys and girls on the day holiday period for the family. It
our C. McCall, officiating ing in fresh water from the lake.It after Christmas. might also mar Its happiness for Wednesday"THE
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also brought in millions of hyacinths But as C. C. Barlett district many years to come."
Umatilla :AI.,. & M. Cash Store and so, it Is asserted, drove manager of the American Automo- GUARDSMAN"Not
land opened for business by W. E. Mc- the salt water. fish out of the river. bile Association points out accidents Starke -. Frame building erected ( what the titles impliesbut
|to Laughlin. Now that- the locks have been often mar the holidays and by N D. Wainwright on his lot a real musical riot.)
n. Plant City R. J. Gill opened closed fishermen: are waiting for the obligation of parents does not opposite Courtesy Service Station, i
filling station at 814 So. Collins the fresh water to run out and the cease when Krls Krlngle goes up will be used In handling pecans
1 street. salt water fish to,come back into the chimney. from Mr. Walnwrlght's grove. Thursday & Friday
llvarez \ Sanford-Two and one-half carloads the river. "For this reason," he said "The Contract let for dredging and rF
V amaryllis bulbs shipped to need for safeguarding children is construction of permanent levee "STREET SCENE"With
northern markets, by Southern. Hollywood Work will start on the theme of the December A. A. along Lake Okeechobee between
I get Bulb Association, Inc. new $39.000 water filtration plantof A. safety poster, now being dis Moore Haven and Clewlston, on bid
ent; Eustis Woman's Club building this city soon. tributed to schools by the American of approximately $103,000. SaMa Sidney, Wm.
yCo. dedicated recently. South Jacksonville Soutslde Automobile Association" Collier Jr. r rI5r
.__ Miami -- Bird road, leading west fire alarm system being connected The poster shows a toy traffic ,
ng from Miami to Tropical Park rac- with Central Station in Jackson- cop gullding a doll safely across ,
\\ng', ing plant of Gables Racing Association ville.Groveland the street.In I1K. II. W. MARTINDENTIST New Prices
will be widened so as to accommodate - School lunch room urging parents to assure
five lanes of traffic. opened by Mrs. J. R. Brown at yuunsters adequate protection dur- Matinee Night e
Alice Key West Cornerstone laid schoolhouse. ing the holidays, Mr. Bartlett said: l Phone 33 Hours 9 to. 0 Children 10" Children 100
for new postoffice. Ocala! -- Atlantic: Coast Line "Tho wise parent should take Over Corpenlng's Drug Store Adults .10., Adults, Ma
mville.i Hollywood City contractedwith Improving roadbed brtween Gainesville advantage of the gathering around ..
Layne-Southeastern Co. to and Leesburg via this place. the Christmas tree to warn the
i furnish town with water for 30 Gracevllle City-furchased, new youngsters of the safe way to use
her years. pump and motor for local water their new toys. They should ba Phone STEAM PRESSING CO. Suits "
fcwclry New pavement laid on Dixie high. plant. taught that the 'curb' Is the limit. J. Frank Thoman Prop. Cleaned & I
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way through Port Orange and Starke Workmen removingold Older children should be encouraged ,
N. D. south part of city of Daytona frame on corner of Madison to keep an eye on the often FELT HATS Cleaned and Blocked Reshaped :
Ifrazpe Beach opened public. street and railway to make way __ __ _
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try Alia pattah Local branch of for brick and concrete structure.
Piggly Wiggly stores at 1708 N. W. West Palm Beach 268 cars of "
J. H 36th street, undergoing extensive green beans shipped from Palm

|fl were repairs.Marianna Moore Gammon Bench Yalaha County- Methodist up to recent chapel date.here SPECIALS FRIDAY & SATURDAY Dec. 12 & 13

Hardware Co, opened for businessin to undergo extensive repair. --- ,
D. C. new quarters In Masonic Temple Jacksonville Building permits ,
onvllle building. Issued for construction work during
|ter, atterno..a.'I Umatilla Elks Lodge formally October reached 3175,000 mark.
accepted and dedicated buildinghere Leesburg Remodeling and redecorating TIP TOP GroceryLOCATION
L W. to be used as crippled chil of store room on north

laden dren's home.Leesburg east corner of Fifth and Main
rtlle Ehrlich's Depart- streets, completed and departmentstore
ment Store formally opened on opened by Khrllck Brothers. BETWEEN BANK ANI POST OFFICEYes
| L. A. northwest corner of Fifth and Main Delray Beach & Woman's club
an streets. to hold flower show in March, Iloivell Nasivorthy Owner and Operator i

nvllle Lady plans Lake at-meeting Poultrymen here discussed for- Read These Carefully And Come! '

[ S. T. holding annual Lake county poul- 1932.PIANOS WE
tor -.
in try show. RENTCable.WurlltzerMathushek ------ -
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land Y In CENT A WORD New Studio Models, $205 Irish Potatoes Cigarettes, 2 f for - - - 25c r

Rebuilt; IMunoH guaranteed, 983
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Doris COLUMNFOR Large deposit stock to sends select one from.home A small Ik13c SALT. MATCHES, 2 for h __ __.5c.
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SALE--Strawberry plants. 3 for lOc
home SPAGIIRT7'1.
MACARONI ,
for tuner. or --- -
A. J.,Grlffls, Starke. 1242t. Write or phone our
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Satisfaction --
l\ We guarantee LARD --- - -

J th<>m FOR SALE- wheel trailer, good THE MILLER CO. 2.>c JAil PICKLES, for __ ___._u_____ ,, J9c
tires. C. A.
condition good -
2 pounds laic; -- ---
Futch. It* Stores-GainenUllo and OcalaAcceptable

IPurni ---- 8 lb. Pail G.>c One It,. JAil PEANUT BUTTER _____ - 12c
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'nt. 4.> lb. Pail $.1.23 -- ----

and 2 lbn. COCOA, for __ __ __ _____ .__ -- 25c


a''Tor I Grits or Meal No. 2 Can TOMATOES 2 for ___ ______p - 13c F


-' L f ftZ LAUNDRY SOAP, 12 Bars ______ ____._ --. 25c r rp
|t and ), 10Ik19c --. -.-

udge tG yt ( 0 & G SOell',1 doz. Bars _____.__. ___ :_-- 25c r

Brings Joy to Best Grade 7

J. 1. CLEANSER fi boxes ______u______.___._ 2.>cGKAPEJUICE
Clara! / the Whole Family Bacon E -I Oc --

y. T .ES. indeed Santa Claus I.( right, Aladdin 2 pis ____________________ 35c
: Y doe make the ideal Christmas Gift, for
( / nothing adds more to the comfort and hap- LA TOURAINE
I plneu of the horn than aplenty of good white I AKGO KED SALMON, tall ___: _h_______ 29c
Is the light Aladdin supplies it too In abundance, -- -- - ---- r.
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and : 4 night after night, without odor, smoke, noise or Coffee 27c
.vllng. trouble and no danger whatever. Put one or | No. 2 Can PINEAPPLE 2 for ____ __ ____ 25c
more Aladdin in your home,or in the home of .. ,
friends and relative this Christmas to be an
lIIe In : ever pleating reminder of your thoughtfulncu. Pure Ground CORN FLAKES, pkg. _ _____________ - 7 1.2c
i Surety nothing could contribute more to the --
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pleasure of life than this tight-the nearest of Coffee fl-12c
'tin. r.; 'II to twilight. Banish the old kerosene tamp POST BRAN FLAKES, pkg ..__.______ ___ lOc
from home forever it with
;!f your by equipping -- --- -
and Aladdin throughout. It'an Investment too, for
Dick. the Aladdin i is M much more economical that it ( UAIERGrits POKK & BEANS can __ H _ - -- Sc
Ill 1 I saves It*coat over the old lamp in oil used In a ? n. .
2kh ll jiv1 few month*'time. Come in today and see one --- --

lighted-you'll be delighted we're sure 2 f for--15c MINUTE OATS, 2 for _ _ __ __ -- 1Jc
Beautiful Shade z
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earceou.
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adCOlle .: (wat-oil) -they II piM. sad dehght you.Andrews' Ianp.JSupyue. Ricc.10Ibs.35cGreat Beat GradeCHEESE Best GradeBUTTER IU

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: FLORIDA WOMAN WINS :Marlon, of Graham, spent several --' - -

IN NATIONAL CONTESTON HINTS TO HOUSEWIVES days here with their parents Mr. : -
IfJ.: FIVE MILE and Mrs. J. W Lewis.
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SECTION HOME! IMPROVEMENT! I MILLER
FARM NEWS Weekly from Home Demonstration Mrs P. p Dekle Cor. Mr and Mrs II. H. Howard and. .

Tampa, Fla.--Mrs., L. H. Birt, Specialist, Tallahassee J children and Mr. and Mrs. R. B.I sSS-! !*,.. Coo.Mr. .

i; ''i ,: Tampa home demonstration club I Thomas and daughter Hazel, all and
Mrs
" Conducted By announced Miss Lucille Varnes of Jacksonville I spent last Sunday at Fairbankswith ed to J r
' :, : member, has just been their
I 'I;, 1"'I \ winner of fourth place, and $10 In FARM CHRISTMAS GIFTS spent Saturday here, guestof Mrs. E. Howard. ter spending home In Plant Cit I

I i It"I', '; L. T. DYER, County Agent the construction division of the her aunt Mrs P. P. Dekle. She Mr. and Mrs. Mallory Thomasand with Mrs King aeverd)
t home her sis relauvet,1'IMr.
their was accompanied by children and Mr. and Mrs.
differ deal In
r t .i t MISS PEARL JORDAN_ Demonstration .Agent American Farm Bureau Federa- People a great and Mr''
I.' tion national home improvement ideas about Christmas giving. Some ter, Mrs. A. T. Carter. I Louis Clemons of Starke, spent children, Spent 'S. 1>Ickt
, crowd attended the cane
A SUnday
'1, 'I" .. contest. She was one of four Hllls- make the Christmas season an occasion large Thanksgiving with relatives. with Mrs Salll alt

" j :' :: , f Florida Girl 'Wins Consumer Buying borough county women to enter the for selfish trading of costly grinding at the home of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Birt Stokes and Mr J. B Blackweld:

/ j contest, Miss Mlle Lee Rush, home gifts, while others find In it a time Mrs.. P. P. Dekle Saturday eve- I children, spent last Sunday at Gra 'OlIe Is rrawford
'I 1, t ,y I'' : '1 $500.00 Scholarship; Power to Affect demonstration agent, reports. for gracious giving' to friends ning. Among those present were ham with their parents, :Mr. and Butler this au.noln6" v !! Court m

Gets Alternate Florida ProductsFlorida Birt whom they love. Mr. and :Mrs. Lacy Cason of Rai- Mrs O. W. Dyal. 'I K
, :., l1il r } Boy During the past year the Mr. anti Mr;
}it i home has been remodeled. A bath- Farm people have an opportunityto ford, Mr. and Mrs. Brady McLeodof :Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lewis and baby, VesU" Percy gnu

I 1 Tallahassee Fla.-Betty Mc- products during the next room and sun parlor have been I make welcome gifts from their Miller, Mrs. Butler and Miss children spent last Sunday at Gra- with Mr Everett pent Satut1laJ

1 ,: 'i Daniel, Jackson county 4-H girl, ;few months will be marketed when' added, one room has been made store gathered from farm and or- Hines of Cooter Pond. Games ham with Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Dyal. vil1e. SnYder at

:. k Is winner of one of the $500: scholarships consumer buying power Is restricted. over, a front terrace has been biult, chard.A were indulged In until a late hour, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Thomas and Friends of Mra

1a6 i 'I'' offered by the International Since many of them are perishable : new windows have been cut and a basket of polished fruits and when the merry, but tired revellers sons, and Miss Rhoda Thomas of der will be glad Sallie Sh

Harvester Company, according toy and not necessities, high fireplace has been added. This con- vegetables is a colorful present and : departed, thanking their hostess Jacksonville and Mrs. Delatha recovering to knO'lf I''
and reduced volume will be rapidly
t home quality I welcomed In home that does I for an enjoyable evening. and children of
word received at the state struction, along with other exterior any Starling Alachua Friends of !Mr'
'' 1 itT demonstration department here. needed to hold up prices, states the and Interior improvements has not revel in their own garden. NutsIn I Eugene Hall of Cross City is visIting spent Thanksgiving here with parents welder will be Lawrence
outlook made Florida gla report just by to
t Jack Platt. Marlon county club i changed practically the entire a bright red tarleton sack pre- relatives here Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Thomas recovering knot

' boy, wall chosen as an alternate to Agricultural Extension Service. place, Miss Rush said.DEVON sent a festive appearance in keepIng I Bill Blume of Gainesville, was a Mrs. Birt Britt of Ocllla spent Alias Dorrle :
While favorable Crawforj
k '41 s.4 In I developmentsappear with holiday spirits. A poundof recent visitor here. several of last week ?]
. <', get one of the scholarship case to be taking place, some Mr. and Mrs. Dana L. Duke, days herewith home last week from j
winner, an Arkansas toy, Is unable -, fresh home-made butter wrap- her sister Mrs. Birt Stokes. Friends of Mr
BesjugJ
a TO BE
) will be before CATTLE
time required aniy
r, j t1; 1 s to take It. substantial improvement in de- TESTED AT EVERGLADES ped In parchment paper and tied Mrs. B. L. Duke and daughter, Mr. W. J. Johns of Starke, spent be sorry to know !
visited Mr. and Mrs. abets ;
r More than 100.000 club members EXPERIMENT STATION with a yellow bow is a golden gift Miss Gladys, Thanksgiving here with relatives.Mr. and wish her a
mand Is evident.
over the United States competed indeed, while cottage cheese in a Cauthen Sunday. Master J. N. Newsom of Starke, passed -- peedy race
lt With 69 percent of the citrus them home _.
r i for the 100 scholarships given clear glass jar tempts the most Cauthen acompanled through our section one day of last
trees In the United States of bear- Belle Glade, Fla.-A herd of 18 and will spend this week with his Frostprooi WardlawJ {
of the celebration of jaded appetite. week.
as a part ing age and only 15 percent 15 Devon cattle has just been receivedat Duke. club erecting ,large brie'
sister Mrs. Dana L.
the centennial of the Invention of Crystallized-fruit or home-made Mr. R. B. Thomas was attend b1J
adjoining
old this would seem' to be the Everglades Experiment Station building<
h the grain reaper by Cyrus Hall Mc- years fruit cake Is a reminder of a Mrs. P. P. Dekle and son, Kirke, ing to business in Starke Satur 0CCUpDempsey'a \
r$ a the time for careful and economical here. The cattle were sent by visited at the home of her son, M. G. -arc Std
Cormick. The winners are located thoughtful friend for days to come.A .
rib handling Instead of acreage ex- the federal government and will day.Mr. SarasotaUDsel;
1, in 33 states. bottle of syrup or a jar of choice P. Dekle Sunday afternoon.G. and Mrs. H. E. Thomas and mally ie&p
i pansion. be used jointly with the station to opene. public
P.
I Faircloth called P. tad
a The winners were selected by a preserves and jelly can be a gift of D. on sons, Miss Rhoda Thomas and Mr. apartments '
Due to dry weather Florida : test their adaptability to different n'uli siwamii!
I committee headed by Arthur M. real beauty In Its cellophane covering Dekle Monday. and Mrs. J. B. Thomas, spent last Crestview ]
to be conditions in this section. !
strawberry acreage appears Rradylara
4 Hyde, secretary of agriculture, and tied with a sprig of miatleto Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Proctor and Thursday at Graham with Mr. and to be established
10 percent below last year and the The cattle were bred by two here
lilac sa { announced by the National Committee fastened in Its bright red cord. children, were guests of his sis- Mrs. F. W. Reynolds.Mr. Bearman. 800n 11))'
Louisiana acreage Is lower than cattlemen in Maryland and one in
on Boys and Girls Club Fresh country sausage is a treat to ter, Mrs. L. P. Dekle Thursday of J. W. Lewis Is spending sev- Panama Cit
1 was expected. It is likely that Mississippi, and are foundation The Vault
pi Work. The awards were made by most folks and can be wrapped at- last week.K. eral days of this week In Jackson- Co.
there will be of old stock that well be opened narmvare
I l light holdings anyone can store kj
his
} Alex Legge, president of the Harvester tractively. A box of home-made .. P. Dekle accompanied ville with his son, Mr. P. W. Lewis Lynn Haven Paaanul
j cabbage to compete with the early proud if, stated W J. Neal, secretary -
Rev. S. S. Proctor to
L1 company, at a luncheon held cookies Is a fragrant reminder of grandfather, and other relatives., highway to
movements. Early potatoes face of the Devon Cattle Club. I be surface-Ana
p ? ; v during the National 4-H Club Congress the Christmas-time kitchen of their Raiford last Sunday.M. .
i the prospects of a greater carry- Accurate records of their beef I once.
(+ which has just concluded at childhood.A P. Dekle and R. K. Dukes
; Chicago. over of northern potatoes. The production as well as the qualityof beautiful wreath made from were shopping In Lake Butler Fri Hialeah Several implUl,
f' l f Florida and Texas tomato acreage beef, the milk records, and the made recently m 'local bran
N 'i P ) Miss McDaniel attended the Congress from the woods and .

} > greenery gardens day.O. flee of Florida
Is expected to be reduced 35: per percentage of butterfat will be BOOTSEY'S BEACHL. Power Ugh
Parrish
and Robbie
Dekle
4'1 P.
as the best all-round club girl will add beauty to any home,
l cent below that of last In- kept, according to Dr. A. L. Shcaly,
year.
I In Lake Butler Saturday -
in Florida territory traversed )by while a box of Christmas were shopping
) greens
( Goaklns Cor)
creased watermelon acreage Is expected had of the animal husbandry de- ,
b a the L. and N. railway She has will be welcomed by all who cannotgo .
4
partment of the main station at
.1 i been an outstanding club leader to the woods to gather their J. N. Gainey of Guilford is vis-

'" EI r. k and project worker for the past 5 There Is a slight decrease in Gainesville. own yuletide decorations.So iting friends and relatives here Mr. A. J.. Chism, Mr. Birt and
number of chickens the farm
on ,
year, according to Miss Eleanor: I whether the money Is scarce .his week. \ Luther Chism of St George. Ga.,
but total Is about
'egg production LEE AGENT BECOMES
I i' 1 Clark, Jackson county home dem or not in the farm households of Mrs. Stokes visited her daughter spent Friday here the guest of

1! ; onstration agent. She plans the the same as last yar. Less poultryand STATE NUTRITIONIST; Florida, every farm woman or girl I Mrs. B. F. Gainey, recently. their sister Mrs. R. M. Crawford. 4 4VV .
about normal amount of NEW NAMED
a AGENT IS
I family garden, and last year can I can find some real gifts from pan- E. B. Andreu and brother, Cllf- Mr.: Jack Pringle and Mr. Perry
!' are now In storage. The demands -
ned COO quarts of the fruits and eggs try or storehouse to extend her ton: Andreu, W. O. Brooks and Hodge of Maxvllle, spent Sunday
for fluid milk in the state Tallahassee, Fla.-Miss Anna
vegetables from it and the home Christmas greetings to her friends. Brother, Colonel Brooks called on here with Mr. W. C ..Chesser.Mr. .-
are being adequately supplied in Mae Sikes, home demonstration
orchard. She does her own sewing their: old boyhood friend, P. P. and Mrs. Cecil Crawfordand
the face of decreased consumptionand agent In Lee county for the last .
and some for other members of, i Dekle Saturday.Mrs. Mr. W. C. Chesser were visi-

F the family, and has done much to lower prices. : three years, has been appointed 'WOODLAWNMyrtle P, P. Dekle spent TuesdayIn tors to Starke Saturday afternoon.Mr. lien Hornturned
I Hog numbers and extension nutritionist with the a
hog productsIn
Lakte Butler the of her
y -r Improve the home. guest and Mrs. F. L. Conner and
storage are larger than a year state home demonstration depart- ( Norman, Cor.)
t Jack did not attend the Congress. father, Rev. S. S. Proctor.VANDERBILT. daughter, Betty, of near Lawtey, Doi
ago but smaller than the averagefor ment, and Miss Clarlne Belcher has
!Y, He has been a club boy for five and Mrs. Julia Conner of Jackson
the last five been named to succeed her In the
Adequate
at' 44 years his poultry club work being years. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dunn and vllle were visiting at the home of
production for home use ie recommended Lee county work, according to an
'' outstanding sons, and Mrs. George Chambersand L. M. Murrhee's Sunday.Mr. people used to ask\ "Is
Now seems to be the timeto son. state e raa-zetaoi etaol etaoln '
son, were shopping in Starke Willie Reddish and daughter, insured? Now they ask
Improve the beef herd and announcement by Miss Flavia Carrie Bell Norman, Cor.
pas-
l STATE COUNCILS 011'GICICULTlItE Saturday night. Willie Mae were visitors to Starke he properly Insured!'

?. t .\ FORMED tures to be ready to produce qual- leason, state home demonstration Miss Gladys Thornton of Rai- Saturday afternoon.We .

TO BENEFIT ity beef when there is an upturn in agent. ford Misses Adequate sound stock
FARMING were visiting Myrtle are sorry to report Miss Nettle -
i1 Is, business. Wool production In the and Mamie Lou Norman Monday Miss Dorothy Sapp of Starke, Chesser is 111 with the insurance will properly!
United States Increased about 7 Both of the week-end with Miss Car- very
women are graduates spent
i' afternoon. sect loss and
( Johnson. i
By Spuds ) measles at this writing. We all you ngainst
t percent last and there's a ten the Florida State College for Women. ra Balle Norman.
year .
Misses and service of
? Mamie depen
( Organization of farmers Into Myrtle Lou wish her a speedy recovery.Mr. our
dency farmers to restock Miss Belcher boa taught home Miss Rachel Silcox who is teachIng
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among
state Lou will '
Normaq the of
l a agricultural councils seems to were guests Albert Starling of Lawtey, agency proof/ >
h their flocks at low prices.A economics at Arcadia high school school at Vanderbilt, spent the
be an Idea which Is gaining headway their cousins Misses Agnes and was visiting friends here Saturday. to you.HAROLD.
burdensome supply of cottonon and the Louisiana Polytechnic In- week-end home with her mother, i
# the Louise Sapp and
q, throughout United States. Saturday. night We are very sorry to report Miss
hand makes improvement in stitute at Ruaton. Mrs. Manda Silcox.. W
In C. ,
speaking recently of some of Sunday. Frankie Lou Murrhee is still con-

,rt., these councils and their purposes price doubtful unless acreage is -- Misses Agnes and Louise Sapp, Miss Mildred Norman was visIting fined to her home here, after sev-

and work the American Cotton reduced. Supplies of flue-cured tobacco Albert Hardy and Mr. Dukes were Miss Rachel Silcox Wednes- eral weeks' illness and her many INSURANCESTARKE

Cooperative Association aald: are 0 percent below last HAMPTON visiting Myrtle and :Mamie Lou day afternoon. i friends wish her a speedy recov-
year, but consumption Is declining We are glad to hear that Mr. A. FLORID
"Twenty thousand Lou Norman
't Louisiana I MI... Ad. TVlmm. {"o.. Sunday night. ery. ,
farmers are represented In the I due to a heavy crop of peanuts last Mr. and Mrs W. H Norman and B. Whitehead Is Improving his

: Louisiana Agricultural council, year it does not seem advisable to family were visiting Mr. and Mrs. health very much and will be -

which completed its organization Increase the next crop except for Rev McGauley will preach at D. L. Phillips Sunday afternoon. brought home from Ocala soon.

;t ;' recently-with the purpose of 'doingall home feed. This year's sweet po- the Baptist church next Sunday, Mr. and :Mrs. O. J. Phillips and The Wateroak B. Y. P. U. social ,

things deemed advisable by the tato crop was about 20 percentcent morning and evening. family of Lawtey were visitingMr. was given at the home of Mr and

a'' council for the benefit and protec- larger than last. Every member of the Hampton Phillips' parents, Mr and Mrs. Mrs. M. B. Bloodsworth Friday STRAWBERRY PLANTSOwing I

{ tion of Louisiana agriculture.; The As a whole there are more feed Baptist Sunday school are requested D. L. Phillips Sunday. night. Everyone there reported a

supplies than usual. In the south- to be present next Sunday, In nice time.
council Is made up of cooperative Miss Mary Page, Pencle Sapp,
associations which handle cotton, ern states the corn crop was 15: order to make arrangements for a Wlllio Mae Reddish and Charley' Messrs. Carl Sapp of Starke, J. to the dry-like conditions around Starke. I

rice, livestock, poultry, and other per cent more than last year, and Christmas tree, that all members Gasklna of Evergreen section at- R. Kelley, Fred Halslop and Lois and Lawtey we are making very special prices on

the oat crop above average. Production may receive a gift Newman of Corinth, Misses Muriel -
commodities and there are also tended the prayer meeting at the and Dlakemore bel"ry
wants in both
of by-products feeds Is at The Hampton Public'school Is Silcox of Starke and Lillian your Missionary
members from the 'agricultural home of Mr, and Mrs., E. C, Johns
agencies such aa A A M. College, a low level, and in most sections progressing nively under the able Sunday night Kelly of Corinth, attended the Wa- plans. See our agents Brownlee Bros., Starke,

the state department of agriculture pastures are poor. management of Prof. L. H. Futch Misses Agnes and Louise Sapp teroak B. Y. P. U. social Friday .and G. W. Roberts, of Lawtey, Fla., who will take
and his efficient corp of teachers. night at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
rr and the experiment stations and brother,.J.C.. attended churchat order.
:Mrs Clara Stone baa your
recently
W. B. Bloodsworth.
-
and extension services. Any or- Heilbronn .Saturday night.

ganization that has for Its gone to Miami, where she la the Misses Agnes and Louise Sapp, Remember there will be a'singat and know
purpose WRUF FARM PROGRAM"The guest of her brother, C. F Kalch. Wateroak church Sunday afternoon You know Bauer plants of quality we
or part of its program, the Im- Myrtle and Mamie Lou Norman,
Voice of real
provement of the agricultural conditions Florida"J Miss Vera Kelley, who has been Berttce Gaskins, Jerry Witcher, at 3:30: o'clock. Everyone invited how to ship your plants on time and give you

;' of the state, is eligible for J engaged In the revival services at Wade Gasklns Jim Mersey and to attend.Remember service. So get busy at once and place your order
the Christian church left last Mon-
membership. The state federationof Gainesville, Fla.-Radio talks Moris Carter attended the cane B. Y. P. U. every for what want.
day for her home in Ocala. you may
women's clubs U expected to become about Florida farm problems will grinding at the home of Mr and Sunday night 6:30: o'clock and
Mr. and Mrs. M. C.. Sweeney i
ftp. a member, and also business be given each day next week. These Mrs. Carl HiUlard Saturday eve- prayer meeting on Thursday night
have returned to their home here at 7:00: o'clock. Everyone welcometo
j. men's organizations. talks will be broadcast from noon J.A.BAUER
from Waldo, and expect to remain ning.Mr. attend.
t "Louisiana council, and a similar until 12:49: eastern standard time. Melvin Carter and Miss

t one formed in Georgia, are The program, as announced by the here for a while. Mamie Thompson attended the Mr. Fred Halslop of Corinth,
Alex Olson and his sister Mrs. MAN
Misses Lubedla and Mildred Alvarez TIlE STRAWBERRY PLANT
among the latest of a score or more Florida Agricultural Extension DI- prayer meeting at Mrs. Maggie
Alida Omstead arrived here Dec.
of such councils over the United vision, follows: Browning's Wednesday.Mr. attended church at Pine JUDSONIA, ARKANSASYou'll
7th, and expect to spend the winter Level
States. The longest-established Sat., Dec. 12-'-Florida. Farm Owen and Russell Carter Sunday night.'
months In our town.
one hi California, which haa beenin News and Hints. U. S. Farm Sci- were visiting.J. S. Norman Friday S
Last Sunday morning Very In-
existence 8 9 has ence Snapshots.Mon. night.
or years, - --
teresting service was conducted at .
1 made it a policy to examine every ., Dec. 14 Current Grove the First Methodist church of Mr. Hall of Jacksonville attended ZIFF -- -- .. ...- .

bill offered In the legislature, and Problems _. E. F. DeBusk. Protection Hampton. prayer meeting at Hellbronn Lata MM Lwl, Co..

to report whether or not the bill offered by the perishable The service was In charge of the Friday night never }know how gooda

was favorable or unfavorable to Agricultural Commodities Act Mr. Conner of Vanderbilt attended
pastor, Rev. Montgomery of Wal- can behave until
Services were held at Deadon cigar you
Robbins church at Hellbronn Saturday
agriculture. Not a bill has passed County Agent
do, assisted by Rev. J. B. Ackleyof church
and
i which was unfavorably reported!' by Tues., Dec 15-San Jose Scale night. Saturday Sunday by smoked a
the New England Southern .
{; the council and on the other hand, and Its Control-J. R. Watson. Mr., and Mrs. E. C. Johns are Pastor McGauley of Brooker
Conference of the Methodist
;, every bill which the council sup Progress In Pecan Insect Eradication Church. Epis- proud of a large crowd attending Mr. P. W. Lewis of Jacksonville, II w

ported has been passed. -Fred W. Walker. Farm copal Five came forward during' the prayer meeting at their home Sun- and, Mrs. I. W. Dyal and daughterrte,

J "These state councils Question Box. day night. .
are members service and promised to follow -
of the National Cooperative Wed., Dec. 16-The Farm Boy Mrs. George Chambers and son,
their Lord,' and united with the
r
1 Council, in which cooperative associations and 4-H Club Work-R. W. Black- church. were visiting' her aunt and uncle, w rry ; 1 MonsHAV

'1 are enrolled representing lock. Primer for Town Farmers. The writ of baptism'was administered Mr. and Mra. O. J. Phillips at Law-

Thurs. Dec. 17-t-A New Methodfor tey Monday.Mr. .
more than a million farmers. ,
Rev. J. B.
by Ackley as-
,
C. O. Metier president of the Nat Extracting and Preserving' Orange slated by the pastor to six, one being Clyde Morgan of Hellbronn Jin Del{ htfull y |'*HLl-r

ional Cooperative council, told the Juice-Dr. A. F. Camp. Ship an Infant. section attended prayer meeting at / N. J-M*

Louisiana council that one of Its ping Forecasts and their Value- Rev.. Guy presiding elder of) the E. C. Johns' Sunday night. Lewis Cigar Mfg. Co., Newark, i

Ob. Server. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Johns were
chief objects should be to bring Gainesville district preached a - i
about better be- Frt., Dec. 18-Things Florida shopping' in Starke Saturday.EVERGREEN .
a understanding
very able sermon and at the closeof e
tween farmers and business men's Poultrymen Have Learned Duringthe the services, another addition a Wake Up Your Liver t

organizations. Last Year Norman R. Meh- was received to the church, making -
rhof. Control of Rats In the Poultry
a total of six additions duringthe Mr*. 11'. A. ....... c...
KNOW WHAT,TO KEEP Yard- -Carlyle Carr. day. During the past year -Without Caloi

Rev Montgomery has received 36 J. E. Rosier was a visitor to

: County agricultural agents are There were 58,066 farms in Flor- Into church membership in the Starke Saturday..

one of the necessities which southern ida in 1930, compared with 59.217 various churches of which Jie was Mr. and Mrs. Everett Futch and And TonH Jump Out of Bed--II.....II ......... -....

{ farmers will not give up even In 1025: and 54.005 in 1920, accord- In charge. Next Tuesday Rev. Mrs. J. S.. Rosier were visiting' BleachesMuddy ....... It Jao& :toGr

Sf{ 't In the depression. A north Mlsaleippl Ing to census reports. Montgomery will leave for Tampa Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Peele Satur- Quickly in the Morning Harm to Go taseu .. 1 w ti"a1tklsa
E E'I .
, ''i report shows that not a sin where he will attend the annual day night Skins ....d eaAa I.I r w

p gle'agent will be lost this year, A small amount of cranberry conference, of the :M. E. church Mr. and Mra. R. S. Rosier were vanish If you i feel sour' and sank wad the alas ...... .+ a yrr'anaradr .

out of in the district And South. Dull ordinary appearances world loots punk dent swallow.lot ..w.-
: eighteen Jelly la delicious and attractive In visitors to Raiford Saturday". blemishes and defective features

fi' the reason Is found In the further the center of a grapefruit. Delegates from Hawthorn Wal- ning. as are forgotten under the lure of the cf nit. mineral water, ofl. l laxaOr __II........

; r f report that counties having agricultural do, and CampvlUe attended the Mr. and Mra. Leslie McCIellan bewitching beauty Instantly ren- candy or chewing gmn and expect: ..............014
them to nato .
f : agenU are "in the best Orlando-Members of the Wom- Methodist conference here last spent the weekend with B. E. Rosier dered. Beneficial in correcting you nddenhrad :. __ L1mpulla.aw. ..
,
,, y condition as regard feed and foodstuffs an' Missionary Union auxiliary to Sunday evening.' December 7th. and mother tan Cabbi nes. freckles wrinkles. banyan and faD at somhfaTar .....DwoIF......-

r t for farmers' home winter the Florida Baptist convention will Moselle McGruder, Woodrow Mr. and Mr*. Cohen Peele spent GOURAUD* ttey eaart do B. They> naafi ..aa1. wssi .. --afieeasraYar'r'n .

supply." The counties which can't meet In Orlando December 7-10 for Hicks and Earnest Morgan delegates Sunday with his mother, Mrs. Hester ..,*. thWbmpeteend" . a .... _'_ -.....,

i afford county agents now are the Jte thirty-eighth annual conventionof from the Hampton Y M. C. Sapp near Lawtey.Mr. 0@IENT4l I ... ""'% pt I .. .. sneer Tk ....._..._

ones) which haven't bad them, in their organization, the official A. attended the fourteenth annual? Kite and sons were visiting t _..r-...+. ... ...... n.crle esrs.....

the past says the Federal Farm program for which ha Just been state older boy conference: at his daughter Mra. Everett Futch CREAM twtiNw .7.R b..wid pw erlt tl.s ............. r.5'

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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGItAPII, STARIO', FLORIDA

vEttrtP.ER: 11.1931o ---- " _P.HlI_..! ......,');' ..,
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and am set down with my Fatherin Bible is the only book which tells ---- '" .. ---- . -

r rrjXsfjM his throne. 'I' His story. It alone preserves His found parked downtown and went cense number. Upon reaching
*f* to Zolfo
Prayer: May our home be sanctified words, which are spirit and life. It noATDRAINlr and kept the date. Re. Monticello Hubburd's four passengers
I
mTrtV and blessed by thy presence alone records His deeds by whichhe turning, he broke one of the wheels, I left the car and reported" the
A. L. SullUan.! e... and then stole another
as our divine guest. saved World and would save automobileto accident to officers, who began a

it now If we would obey Him. continue the trip. search. Ilubbnrd was found in Quit

DAILY BIBLE READINGS The best thing men can do Is to Herman Lee visited Edgar G1U- man, Oa., and brought back to

: unto mI feet an E tight t unto tar path.-Psalm 119105.: spread the Bible and to get it, son Friday. FelttmerF II. Conrad has secured Monlicello.

words a lamp December 11 read and obey. This would be the Frank Harrell spent Sunday at the contract from the Am-

AH religious teaching, doctrine or Jesus Said And I, if 1 be lifted end of hard times, of poverty of J. M: Aliens. moniate Products corporationfor Gainesville The Florida
lnr nof the if must b to in have any claim with up will draw all men unto me.- unemployment, of justice, of Leslie Gllsson visited Edgar Gils- clearing 680 acres of land at of agriculture eaUnmt.:

Ir I She love,loyalty and"u t whose words people fit into every harmony crevice John 12: 32. wrong or war.-Bible Society Rev- son Sunday. Fellsmere to be planted to sugar that this state can be made to

r hea ttand of whom It was .aid in John 46."NEVER MAN December 12 ord. Cherry Harrell and Mao Prevatt cane. The lands. are in the muck feed 13,000,000: persons, as Florida t

MAN." Do Good to all Men-Let us not i ..- called on Susie Allen Sunday. area of the Fellsmere drainage dis has approximately one-half[ of one

'LIKEeTi11S Invited to this aleafar be weary in well doing: for in due BAPTIST Herman Lee called on Ira Allen trict. The clearing consists of removing per cent of the crop land of the
use
fors of B 'V Church and Union counties ore and annonnoe- season we shall reap, if we faint Thursday evening. the myrtle bushes and oth United States. Florida can do this y
I activities, organizations er growth also job( If the state does
of Robert discing the land a systematic
ore's and no charge made-the only requirement not. As we have therefore oppor- Sunday school at 10 a. m., A. J. Spencer visited Edgar 1
Yen to the piece of work in
uce ch Items reach this office before Wednesday morning, tunity, let us do good unto all men, Thomas, supt. 93 attended last Gllsson Sunday afternoon. preparatory plowing and Inviting the people
bedding for of the
> United
planting. Mr. Conrad States to settle
be handled for current issue. especially unto them who are of Sunday. That ia good, let us makeit Evelyn and Ethel Coleman visited on
cannot has a force the fertile
IXe they Galatlans Edna Gllsson of 40 men at work employing : land down here and raise
--- the household of faith.- Sunday.
190 next Plans
Sunday. were Melba Prevatt all the idle labor In Fells- crops/ for sale to the rest of the
the seven spirits which are before 6: 9, 10. made and committees appointedfor spent Saturday
night with Ruth Ella here also several men from other world. Florida really Is the experimental
his throne And from Jesus Christ Priest. ,
SCHOOLLESSON December 13 a Christmas tree to be held communities In the farm for the whole
SCNDAY * We are county. country.
faithful witness. certainly thankful for
who in the
I Deliverance at Hand I will be during Christmas week. Trees and plants from 51

1 Unto him that loved us, and wash- with him in trouble; I will deliver Church service evening 7:30: in the showers we have had lately. countries have been planted foreign here 1

ed us from our sins in his own the morning 11 o'clock. Mr. Clayton Johns Is Improving, River Junction -- New evidenceof
15.December.
him.-Psalm 918: and are growing well In 108 different .
{ DECEMBER; IS, 1031 blood to him be glory and do- 14 we are glad to say. the general feeling for the return kinds of soil. J

It On Pat- mlnilon for ever and ever. Amen Dr Raymond and Rev L,. W. Mr. L. Maples has been sick of normal conditions comes

ect: John's Vision * and every eye shall see him, and Rules for Right Living-He hath Kickliter left Monday morning for lately, but is Improving now, we now In the form of building work. .

and they also which pierced him." shewed thee O man, what is good; Orlando where they will representthe are glad to say.Additional. Tom Hill Is constructing a five- TRAIN SCHEDULE
first
Text 'I am the and what doth the Lord require of
/" Every soul shall see the Lord at church as delegates to the room residence on Marion streetof a

t: i am he that Hveth. his second coming, not only those thee, but to do justly, and to love Southern Baptist Convention being frame type with metal roof that Effective Sunday, August 9th 5

; 17.18. 1:4-18. who accept him as a Savior but mercy, and to walk humbly with held in that city. Slate promises to bo a very nice house. schedule changes and trains will
'on Revelation : God?-llicah 6 8. News
Text also those who Crucified him and thy : I Terrell Yen's new residence is now run as follows:

e,. About A. D. 95. is who have rejected him. "I am December 15 PKESBVTERIAX flniuhcd, and adds considerably to No. 107 southbound due Starke, t{

ductlon: 'This book time.one Alpha and Omega, the beginningand Live Right Today Boast not Quincy Spurred on by an almost the appearance of that neighbor 10:0(() a. m.
of early I Insane
best attested modern scholars the ending, salth the Lord." thyself of tomorrow; for thou Services Sunday, December 13 Ambrosia Walker Jealousy .of his wife hood. J. L. Gilbert, contractor on No.1. southbound due Starke,

ver many "Alpha" and "Omega" are the knowest not what a day may bring negro, poured the Tom Hill house, stated that he 10:35: p. m.
follows
beloved :
the as
I 'argued that John gasoline on her
forth.-Proverbs 27 1. Saturday night had No. 108, northbound due Starke
first and last letters of the Greek : several other prospects In sight ,
could not have written both 10 a.. m. Sunday school J. M. and set fire to her. The flames
Ie alphabet. "I John your brother, December\ 10 and that at present he knew of no 5:39: p. m.
the Fourth Truby, supt. 1
Delation and gos- accidentally spread to Ambrosia
and in tribulation carpenters out of work. All of No. northbound, due Starke
companion was Sanctified Esteem -- Let noth-
their great differences 11 a. m. Morning worship sermon whose clothing was also' ignited
lleging style, and Ideas. Bute In the Isle that is called Patmos ing be done through strife or vainglory by the pastor theme: "The causing burns from which he died which sounds good for what peopleare 0:10: a. m.

cage contrary there have been for the word of God, and for the ; but in lowliness of mind let Glorious Gospel." at 1 o'clock Monday afternoon. prone to call "hard times" \Vunn No. 101
many remarkable corres- testimony of Jesus Christ. each esteem other better than 6:30: p. m. Christian Endeavor. Mary Katherine, his wife, died at No. loaves Starke 7 a. m.
i : 102 arrives 2:40
>nces between the two Books Patmos was a small rockly Islandin themselves. Phil. 2:3.: 'Topic, "Making Christmas Chris- 1 o'clock Tuesday morning Mary Ocnla Assisted by Dr C. M. p. m.

three respects. The last hlsj the Aeagean Sea about 25 miles December 17 tian." Leader Miss Estelle Davis. Katherlne was In the kitchen" of Biittaln, secretary of the Florida T. J. Griffin, Agent.

t notice of St. John in tne southwest of the City of Ephesus, Prayer for Wisdom So teach 7:30 p. m. Evening worship, song, their home near the Seaboard depot State Baptist'! convention, Jackson ,
of
Testament (except the open- to which island John had been iu to number our days, that we and sermon. Sermon subject: "If when her husband come behind ville and the Rev R. F. Rogers, Train No.Clunlntf 107 Mull

)f the Revelation) finds him exiled for preaching Christ's teach may apply our hearts unto wis Any Man Sine"Prayer her and threw gasoline over her moderator of this Marlon Baptist I Train No. south 10:20: a. m.
I ing. "I was the spirit on the Lord's association, Dr G. J. Rousseau 108 north 5:20: p. m.
aJem when Paul visited ther I dom.-Psalm 90: 12. meeting Wednesday at from a can. She tried to run, but mails
Night close
day, and heard behind me a great pastor and the members of First 6 p. m.
.
his first missionary jour.'I'I + 7:30: p. m. he caught and held her with one Starko & Bell Branch

Acts 19:6)). Tradition I voice, as of a trumpet Saying I SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST A cordial invitation to all our hand, while with the other he Baptist church dedicated their new Mall closes 7 :

as the scene of his later am Alpha a 'd Omega, the: first and services extended to all. stuck a broom into the fire. He building In n special service Sun- Mall a. m.

(rations, and it Is probable the last: and Omega, the first Sabbath school at Mr. Crbb's The Presbyterian mission study applied the broom to her gas soaked -, day morning. The value of the new arrives 2:40: p. m.

1 churches of Asia en. and the last: and, What thou seest, class will hold its weekly meetingat church building and the church -
the seven (road 28) Saturday at 10 o'clocka. clothes and the flash of flame
Blue HUB !Schedules
his care (Rev. 1:11): ). When write in a book, and send It unto m. the home of Mrs. K. M. Davis Ignited his own clothing. His wife I property clear of all indebtedness I !
the seven churches which In I is sold to Investmentof Northbound: 8:81: a. m, 1:21: p.
the Revelation, prob- are evening. Dec. 15 at 8 represent an
penned Bible study;! at Mr. Adam Green'shome Tuesday rushed from the house and a neighbor 4:15
m. : 8:21
Asia." p. m., : p. m., 5:00: a.
more than 130000.
In A. D. 95, he was In the on Wednesday evenings. o'clock. Miss Mabel Weller will extinguished the flames, but ra

of Patmos, an exile for the Ephesus, Sbyrna Pergamos, Subject for study Dec. 18 "Salva conduct the study and the discussion the fire had already gotten in Its Southbound
0:31 .
: : a m. 11:31
: a.
of God and the testimony of ThyaUra, Philadelphia and Laodi- tion Only Through Christ. of "The Trail of the Conquist- work most of her clothing having Tampa Dry weather In Florida ,
m., 4:34: m 7:34 12:47
p. : p. m., : a.
(Rev. 1:9): ) John probably cea. "I saw. seven golden candle- The Bible and the DepressionWhen aodrs." The regular monthly busi been burned oft. A negro boy who / cut the citrus yield for the Tickets and Information

ed by many years all the sticks; And in the midst one like the days are dark, men ness meeting of the Auxiliary will was passing by rushed Into the present'! season 2,000,000 boxes or Smith's Service Station at
next to
dlscpiles and was about aIred unto the Son of man His, head need the light. preceed the study hour and all house and with a few buckets of more, says the current issue of the courthouse. ,

years old when he died. and his hairs were white * and When the times are hard, men members are urged to be present. water and put out the fire on Ambrosia ReaUlHwect Chronicle, Florida Citrus r-

Revelation is the propheticof his countenance was as the sun * and Exchange out today.
need its comfort. saved the house from organ ---Iclwnms -

the New Testament It and when I saw him, I fell at his When the outlook Is discouraging WELFItESS'I.TION being burned. Further decrease appears certain nIttpolt'rRsport

written as Its opening verse feet as dead. And he laid his right men need Its word of hope. even If rains should set In, the per

usfl, "to show the things hand upon me, saying Fear not * There are luxuries that may well On behalf of the Association. I iodical says. With the groves in dry of the Clerk of Circuit

h must shortly come to pass." I am he that liveth, and was dead Daytona Beach --- Developmentof condition rain would cause fruitto Pourt .In and for Urnilford, County..
be spared. There are even necessities wish to thank the united churchesfor Florida, on account of 'ra... aneeiiae
i "it was intended to strength- and behold, I am alive for evermore that can be curtailed. But the generou! offering received' a 1500 acre celery farm near drop. Lake Volusla, and\ part of ] for the year' 1929. }"

tad encourage the faith of thee --amen; and have the keys of hell the Bible, Indispensable a "all times Thanksgiving morning, 2373. Al- Ofitcen has been started by Dr Orange county, are affected more ".C.. A., t Knight<'la.,' I liort-nilivr tax collector.rlio t, Ili.H.

church in special clrcum- and of death." and Mrs. William G. Doern, who than others. A already Counlr Preue*
heavy drop
any
times
Is etlll more Indispensable In so all those who helped so kindlyin also farm To bnl due Nov 2 _ 4,551.44
are operating a large
ces of severe strain and Im- We have abbreviated the lesson, like today. providing groceries, fruit and has occurred there. The fly anil colli'c-ted) .,_ 11,14'lill:
Iin/T/ persecution." It has been at National Gardens they announced To h nl. d".. Nov 50 . ._ 2,4011 ID:
but you should read it in full. We The Bible is not a book of po- clothing for the needy at that time. fruit is running very small in size
here. The is Flu. A Vorfeltare
diversely interpreted than can hardly understand the details litical maxims or of economic Plans are being made to take care tract now being Rain would help them somewhatbut To lint I. dun Nov II ____"- ..1.ftlll.1TBy

other Book, and it Is full of en- of the book, but may secure a view theories. It is not a book of theories of the sick and needy children during drained by system of ditches and would Increase dropping. amt unlimited _-_-- 71441
200 acres of the land has To bill dun Nov. 30 HOZ.74
the already
upon solution of which of God of Christ and the work of at alL It Is a book of living the Christmas season. Donations Countr Itoad andnllgeMelntenaaee.

have not been able to the Holy Spirit You should read Its is the will be for this been broken for planting. Dr and Hubbard.
principles. spirit spiritof appreciated Montloello-. B. } held
but the reverent student I Mrs. Doern came here a few years To Iml. du. Nov a ___. .4, St,09Itv
can I the introduction and explanationas brotherliness and good will. It work. Any toys that have been InMonticello fur( the death of Le- unit, tmllected. .-.__._ .2,149 2S '(

.'iheml" the outlines of its i taken from the best writers and Is a summons to helpfulness: "Bearye discarded by your own kiddies can ago from Milwaukee and engagedIn mar Kinney, small boy who was 'I'.. Iml. cl.. Nov. 90.. -- 2,406,61}
lag,, The scientific farming for produc- Colraty' nlllllIl1.
opening sentences set out in the first of this lesson. one another's burdens." It is a be repaired and made to give a run over by an automobile several To lial. due Nuv. :I. -- 8711.7H hAy
tion of fine
Uf the source of the also to Independence deal of to some little crops and develop- unit collected ._ 1711.10
joy
summons self-respecting great weeks ago near that place, plead-
iiGofl, himself, that the Revela-I ment of new products adapted to To ""I. dua N"Y.l1I: ____ 20069
U EKLYSERMONETTEChrist : "Let every man hear child. Members are invited to d guilty to a charge of manslaughter County School-fleneral
:er Is Jesus Florida civilization. Their new
Christ the his own burdens." It teaches char meet at my home next Tuesday afternoon and wan sentenced last week To bal. due Nov. 2 __ .. .7.041.14
that Christ's agent In trans- farm is situated across the St. lly unit, colluded .3,6NI.20:
The Divine ity but also Justice. It calls: us to at 4 o'clock. by Judge J. B. Johnson to five To bal. due Nov. DO .4.U68.04
it was Guest Johns river from Sanford, on the
,
fug an angel, that this PollsTo
the giving and serving which the Mrs. G. P. Raymond. Pros years In the state penlttentlary. It t'onntr
|el 1 passed the Revelation John 14:23. Jesus answered and site of an old game preserve bnl dos Nov. 2
along
I strong owe to the weak and those was brought out at the trial that \lly aunt coloctvd. A.00
of's servant John, and that the said unto him If a man love me, who have to those who lack; but it SAXTON1Preaching Hubbard was dunrk when he drove Otrerrmld Nov. :ill' _-_. ..___ coo
J receivers of the he will words and Total Siia-Hofcool..olas
keep
Revelation I my ; my also strikes straight and clear at Tampa-When Carl Haynes 28, his car off the payment and struck To lull Jar Nov. Hlly ,7.IHO *1
God's
servants who, like John, Father will love him, and we will the moral defects in individuals every first and third of Tampa, has a date, he really the child while the latter was at sal collected .3.462,113
doing his will and come unto him and make 1' but dun Nov. DO /8,719X0asbaekaol
Christ on the testifying' abode our which are reponsible for a large Sundays at 3 p. m.'', by Rev. W. B. keeps It But Carl will make no play with another boy on the side uu .......
with him.Revelation
earth"lsfa" .
part of the poverty and suffering in Christy of the Lawtey Methodist more dates for three years, except of the road. Four other men, all Tu bal. due Nov I II.! 4.211.15:

"southwest mentioned In the lesson 3:20, 21. Behold, I the world; and also at the moral church. Preaching services on sec, with the warden at the state penitentiary of whom professed to be strangersto To sly bal.amt.due collected Nov. 30.. __ 2.391.114 IHU.41

and part of Asia Min-, stand at the door, and knock; if and economic defects in society, in ond and fourth Sunday at 11 at Ralford. Hayes told the driver, were passengers In AorrlcHllureJTu

-lnce. constituted The a Roman any man hear my voice, and open business relations and in the distribution o'clock by Rev. Sellers of Jackson Judge Petteway here before whomhe Hubbard's car. It was said that he umt.bal due uollxctm Nov. :2lly 379 179.T It'

W lesson begins "John the door I will come in to him, and of the common resourcesof vllle, and singing in the afternoonat appeared on a charge of auto had picked these men up along the To bal du. Nov. 30 .._ 200.61

: Grace seven be churches unto which are in ,' will sup with him, and he with me. the world, which are responsible 3:00: o'clock. Everybody invited. mobile theft, that he had a date highway. After the car struck To. bal.W Idow'due .Nov."'...it.1... Funil. :3711.79II

u hun you and peace 21. To him that overcometh willI for' the remaining part. with a girl In Zolfo, near here, and the boy of the men climbed backon yam colluded .. h 17911
which ,Is, and which was,] grant to sit with in coats and sweat- To hal due Nov. 20 l _. "- _- a"II> > 88
Which is to mo my Christ Is the only hope of individuals Hats, dresses had no way to get there. He said a rear fender while the car was I lload ek ".1.... Inlrreat and Sink '

come; and from .throne,. even as I also overcame and society. And the ers at actual cost'at Marguerite's. j he "borrowed" an automobile he running and copied down the II. lag Kunal

To bal due Nov. 2 __ Jl.17974 .

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((1l) To bill duo Nov. 3" 11,614 I 0 5
HOTIiY ARNiT D Cha-rlc5 ' t). W. ALbi1RMAN. Clerk.Inu .
I 'anus A.. Wh!!., Deputy Cleric

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PERHAPS 5H8
GIG iMTKIfS
1Win1K SHE NEVER WHY SHE SHE HAS /s Mll.M
uuOOP MRS COM 5 TO HAN'1' HOUSE AND THERE IF YOU LIVED AS CLOSE Hernby noli.... l I. tclvnn that under '
t 9MEAN OMUV LIVES HER AS SHE DOES TQ and hy vlrtua of Hint curtain final, ',
? SEE tS HelME s LOTS TO OVER d.*rr.. of forffdoNura marl. by A. Z. 1Adkins
NEXT DOOR You Voo'o ee
? FoRNfRT000 Judiiw of tha 'l'wenly..I"lhJUdlrl,1
wr yAa TO SEE HER ONCe circuit of "Florida In and for
tlrudford county, "Klorlda, In I'hnn-
A WEEK j crry ulttlntf, on the 27th duy of N..-
1a t tes VKtnlmr, 1081n fuvor of 1 P ed>
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O u mil of Columbia I a corporation
an "",,,pllnIt. and
alfaln..t W N. IdtUua, widower .tal
... dofitndanta.Ttia .
0ri said vpeolal I mater' will' cfTr
1r r for Halo In front: of tha rnurtnotmadoor
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In Starke. Florida, during tha
1 legal hours of ...1" bntwami the
hour of eleven ... in. and two p. m.
'on Monday the 4th den of January,
A. I>. Itii, to the highest and beef
blddar for cash, tha following ddcrlhad
a' / properly .lIualetl In llrad'
ford county. Florida lowltNorth ;
;; Half of Houthwent quarl.r
and Southwest quarter of Northwest '
Quarter (eiu".it 2 aerea In
Northwest Corner uovd! aa .m.'ery )
all of lbs above lielnur In Mectlail
Y Thirty <((80)< township sIS (4) Mouth
J IlniiKe Twenty-two ltt: ":n.t. containing
P e -d I Id aur. mora or less.
Also South Half of Lot Ona ((1)
,rb..ra..t nt ....lIon Twenty.five ship His 6)Houlh. Jtanire. Twentr-

.__ .. _0 __ ._ in. (211 Kaat: "4 -- .- -- -- Northwest corner of said. lot, known

: : L. F. Van Zclm a. old Crosby 14 acraa" Lake mora landing or lama ) rontalnlnir .
IIE By I
::! l\IAIN'TInNG ON 1ASTREET" Quarter AlDo. of all Southeast fraction Quarter. Northeait of Hoc- I

Ion Twanty-flva" (2&) Town.hlp Mix
It) Mouth, Kan.. Twantv-ona' (21)
least containing- U-.37/100 acre,
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J0154DIAIf. COENCOB ti $ (;a HOW ? Northwest lleirln: at tha quarter Routheait of Norlhweettuarter Corner of

MAIN } '
5TQEET'S of section 90 Township .
lcAOy: ''G 40DA PoP # CANDIES r 'POP C.OQI"o, i COMING tunic 21 K, and run' North on 81hll.,

NEwS ADEit; ICE CREAM COHBS, TEAHUT3 .& THE GIrE., 54 / I MAIN ST, I 1':at lloundury of said "forty" 660>>
t. ( vat ti> North e l J In Northweatorly. direction 10 feet.aid .
n>.aaur.ment .lie In* at a rl/.heanirla
& with said canal; thence South
tr'rAa ... t GEEi BET
-- 86 d irr a "' with and
.r rw' '\ 60 feet from eI.'J. renal. 0113 feet
+: ,.. OUli FOtK.5 WOULD -- hence Houth 6U f...t to a itaka

.. BE SORE IF THG'( lull standing thence 10 Mouth feet North 311 degreaa of aald W oa....t ,4.

THE -*-. / > iam HOWS parallel. with and 10 feet from said.
anal '''I fuel: theme Month 44 d.
DwINkIN SODA I irreen West parallel with and IO fast r
from iiald vanal Ita fret, thencalouth
CUTLPS I CC riw POP / 10 f..t to a point where Mouth
/ loundary u' .ald Norlhw..t Quarterof
j Northweat wuartur of JO42Sro i
mzzd .... aald canal thonca Eon 6 teat .
yRa1K M00E AU DAYMOLASSES a.. i to point of beginning: contain-'
LEMON Inc flva and on.-half acrea mora or
.l... 1 i.::.._ 'p0P SUCgER las, and In Nouth.a.t corner ct
SODA ::.Irt
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.w'. ,. of Meet JO, TownehIP 6
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si. nir. irrarrr BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAMI S1AUKE. FLORIDA FRIDA _
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.. .... .. .. South In 'counties ---
Carolina some -
-!- I..IM-- trucks to use the public highwaysIn ; -
1 Bradford County Telegraph -y the development of a great railroads pay) perhaps one-half of1 Late

j From Other Pens private industry that has seriously the total property tax. They can 00'

A a Established 1877 interfered with the operation not keep this up under existing
the rail- conditions. Either taxes must be
-i mum 111 TIJ a greater private Industry
'. 1 Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class The "II" on the 1932 license for roads, who provide their own high- reduced; rates increased; unfair C(9o( elassi
't.
Are to allow the competition checked or the railroads -
we going
) Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida trucks over 4,000 pounds Is the ways. .
.I. will to be
trucks to crowd our automobiles cease taxpayers
.
first letter of the word that the '
off existing highways, killing or'at all. They will be forced out of
E. S. Matthews _--.--_______________ Owner and Publisher owners' are Baying. Sebring members of families, business. It requires millions of
maiming our
J. C. Robinson ___ ___________________- Managing Editor American. And equally effective or must we tax ourselves more to dollars to build a railroad line of By RUSSELL KAY
..I .J t I'I la era the of letter cars "D"weighing imposed over on three own- build special "highways for the any length and equip It. Those Sccreta; )'. Florida Prcs Awotiatio,

SUBSCRIPTION RATE thousand trucks? Ii( 'Is apparent that we who put their money in railroad
: t pounds.
1 ikrl' ri -' O-- must take some action before long, stock expect to get a dividend. Well they tell me this Is Orangeand According t<, the
Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance Student "Boners" since lav/T-' enforcement agencies They have a right to. Unless the Grapefruit Week. That oughtto Arcadia, they.te etUl A

i:3 ;4 :, 'E Advertising: Rates on Application are allowing the trucks to run road can earn a net profit It can- please' Rudy Vallee. You can canned rattlesnake! put
Two volumes of amusing "bon ahead and take 'em weakIf meal
wild, irrespective of the menace t not pay a dividend. And it cano go on there. Now that
ers," compiled by Alexander Ab- human life,that they have become.0 not earn a net profit under present you want to, but a lot of folks of a way to make an hoaeq!
Ingdon from students''! examina- conditions. are mlxln' 'em half and half and but It I
j' 1 ; $; This can't be a long, hard winter. Too much of it hast tion papers have been published like it a lot better than ginger ale good slogan you ask me' web!
Railroads Dewrrve And Must Have There are thousands of men in they
can
? ,r recently by the Viking Presa. A But let's see, this here WEEK baTt
passed.,, my compliments
Kdlef from Unfair Competition this state who have devoted the ana
few examples follow: Dlaybt,
business Is gettln so complicateda
v i : o Acrimony, sometimes called holy (Free Press-Columbia, S. C.) best years of their life to railroadIng guy of average Intelligence can't apologies HISSABLEBi to OLD COLA <

Congress could put a tax on bridge games to help its Is another name for marriage.The Publication within the last few On the average they are as keep up with It. We've got Candy snake". How's Florida p
fine citizens have. that
as we They
. .: 'Ij treasury.The. government of England Is days of the story that the SeaboardAir have been accustomed to earninga Week, Baseball Week, Home Fur- good slogan for an
j a limited mockery.In Line Railroad system had com nishing Week, Fashion Week,
ia 0a Christianity a man can have pleted to South good wage and spending the
it arrangements pay Thrift Week, Mother's Day, Fath- And now If
most of It Their business has you ..
a country will complete the job of going Democratic only one wife. This Is called Mo- Carolina 9400,000 taxea for 1930 er's Day, Labor Day, Flag Day, will kindly stand tenth.
been after the merch-
sought
by by
next notony. : serves to bring some very interesting Arbor Day-A DAY for every moment I'd like to '
year. Jacobs, of Isaa, his' ants. Now, they are faced with to ack
i ii son stole facts before the citizens of DAILY and a WEEK for every nice little
t 1 the loss of their have chunck
a brothers birth mark. Jobs. They of fen
this
I' state WEEKLY, and see Dentist
your received from
-
families to and those families George
A man living in a house built of wine bricks would have Climate lasts all the time, but It Is no secret that the railroads support Twice a..year. Winter Haven Burr,
; i are left without a of Head
means \
weather
only for a few days. have suffered millions G
of to be full of spirit.Whiskers The letters M. D. signify "men- loss of revenue due to the competition livelihood, while the former railroad - says: "Just a note to lIIto
( and But the big week for Florida citrus that your 'Too Late
J9 o tally deficient. of motor jrucks.: And we employer wage earner lo C\\
.. : back in but not If A census taker Is a man who have the distressing spectacle here of a stands by and see the huge trucks will be January 26th, to 30th, bobbed up on my desk;!OIL
.. ; 4 may come style razor manufacturers rumbling along the public-owned when Jack Guthrie stages his Flor- it and enJoyed It It hut,
from house to house Increas-
goes railroad which is
now in the hands
; can help it. ing and public-supported highwayswith ida Orange Festival at Winter Ha my dear sir, ithasWITMJj.
the
.
1 population. of the receivers and, therefore, not even a little
of JUICY exhibi- SENCE
freight which the railroads ven. Speaking to to.
'f o Longfellow was born in Maine paying those who own the bonds
should haul. tions, that will be a wow, and Jack
while his parents were travelingon and those who hold the stock any Thanks.
origi : the continent. lie made many interest 'dividends' but must dig How long Is it going to keep up? tells me he plans to give away a get George ill stop I
of borasic acid with you a couple jf
package every good
i fast friends the fastest Perhaps not much The
; among up $400,000 in taxes for one state; very longer. my to
box ain't thatan way buy a
of grapefruit, now larger 11&1
0- were Alice and Pheobe Cary. maintain its lines and yards and public is becoming aroused. The EYE-clear. Here's MUD in NANA OIL 1 IJ! my Tavorttl
your
And It JlfilinMl stations ; operate Its trains under rights of the railroads are being
would be lots of fun if EYE and EYE wash, and Its fume.
the 5-and-
Buying a new car tag (Inverness Chronicle) close federal and state regulations; recognized. Trucks are creating your

; ': h 10 cent stores handled them. If there are any Connecticut charge only such rates as the gov resentment on the part of auto- one stop service. to--__

F 1 -nrV- "Nutmegs" who read this they will ernments will permit; pay such mobile drivers. Public offclals, and I -
; enjoy the re-telling of a perfectly wages as the contracts with the I legislators In particular, have come But with all the Whoopee and
,i The battle of bridge experts will take away some of the good and authentic story. There brotherhoods call for, and then to realize that if some relief ia not Ballyhoo, when you get right downto ATLAS

;:! 'a '1; sI world interest in the Japan-China fracas. are several towns along the Connecticut have its only source of revenue afforded the railroads will cease checkln' and double checkln
river named Haddam; Up- slashed by trucks operating overstate to be sources from which taxes you find that the biggest WEAK.In
. o per Haddam, Lower Haddam and built and maintained high may be obtained to operate schools, .! the citrus deal Is the RETURNthe
; .X : Nothing is more heartrending than the. graceful recovery as the Irishman said when hear- ways; trucks with no investment pay the running expenses of the poor guy gets that actually The Standard/ 0'

"':; : of a fat man from a banana-peel slide. ing of the names "And sure there whatsoever /or right of way; county governments and contribute produces the crop.-He's WEAK Tire
must be a 'Dtvll' Haddam." trucks operated by drivers who liberally to the general sup and DAZED and no foolin', Guarante

-o Once "upon a time," all really work long hoists at such wages as port of the state government.
Lakeland shipped the first car of strawberries Saturdayand good fairy stories start this way. they can get and sleep by the roadside I, .I'l_ And I see where a couple of fast One YearN

Starke picked the first quart on its first car. there had been a particularly long, ; trucks which have no hestl- workers stepped into Key West not
rainless period right in the heartof tancy in backing up .to a railroad County commissioners awarded long ago and took a flock of the (1NN114NFrigidaire
t -0 summer, and a call was made built and owned platform and tak- contract to A. R. Merrill Construc- merchants like Grant took Rich-

With the last of the Princess Eugenics going at two bits, for a "rain prayer meeting. It ing frelght.jvhlch, should go by tion Co., of Tampa, for approxi- mond. They promised 'em nice
met in the local church the mately 12,500 cubic yards of lime- cute little ads match folders,
on rail; trucks which do not maintain on
they( have almost reached their full market value. rock for
construction of one-half
specified date, and the minister any stations or give employmentto you know everybody READS
a prayed long and lustily for rain to thousands of men and women of road between vine land and Win- match folders. Well, when the
' fall on the parched land, and specified who have families to ter Garden, to cost $50,000. boys got through MATCHIN' the
I' In case you do not already know it-Bradford county'sschool support; the three year gas\
t the following day for the trucks which do not contribute Winter Garden-B and B Grocery merchants they had all the money
system is not excelled by any county in the state. downpour. Brother Stebbins was hundreds of thousands of dollarsto opened its doors. to public in and it seems merchants didn't' anted electric re/n'J/
a o on his feet Instantly, "Not tomorrow the public treasury; trucks this city.Miami. get either the matches or the ad-

1 4 With two riots and a raid to its credit, Tampa is ex ;" he cried out, "I want to get which may be removed from this Construction of new vertising. There's a game for you, erator
my hay in before the rain comes." state and another or one section HEADS I win, TAILS your lose.
i $00OOQ airplane at
Dinner
hangar
periencing the peaceful life. expected under communist leader "
ho "All right. answered the minister to another overnight leaving the' Key seaplane base of PanAmerican That funny noise you hear Is Mr.
ship. "Lord, let it rain on Tues- shipper little If any redress for I' Airways; Under way. Barnum, turning over in his grave.
-- o day." "Let's make it Wednesday, damages which may be Incurred; And I might break out all over For sale bySmith's
a rl parson," broke In sister Smith, trucks which hog the highways and Everglades Ground broken for with sympathy for the poor mer-
Lisbon Falls (Me.) Enterprise has about decided tanks of Aeroland Oil Co., distributors -
presentday
"I've arranged to go to Hartford endanger the lives of those In light chants. MIGHT is RIGHT.
tt song writers are listed among the country's five million on that day and meet some friends cars; trucks (Which operate only : for Richfield Oil Corporation.
illiterates there and we're going to have a when the weather permits and Sarasota Construction start- You know if you would spend ServiStation
V .. picnic." "Wednesday it Is Lord," trucks that are breaking up the ed on camp at Payne Park to be your money for advertising in your
V o said the dominie. "No not Wednesday concrete roads which cost the tax- occupied by Tin Can Tourists of LOCAL NEWSPAPER you

' It Is often noticeable that while a man is Innocent in the ," pleaded another member of payers of this state millions of World in annual convention here wouldn't--But what's the use of
the congregation, "Wednesday rm dollars. next February. my tryln' to tell you, you wouldn't
eyes of the law until he is found guilty by a Jury, his arrest going to Jacksonville believe It
' spray my potato vines Railroads have long been big tax James I. Barnes' anyhow and besides, it's
usually puts a stop to whatever crime he is charged with com- and the water will just naturally payers. Next to cotton mills they of Longansport, Intl., $286,880 for your money and your HARD Starke, Fla.
mitting. wash off the Paris green." pay the lion's share of taxes in construction of new parcel post I' LUCK so why should I get all hot
The minister looked the congregation building. and bothered? I
w'' o over with an eye that was

Following the making of a "hole in one" by a local golfer, filled with exasperation and shout.

his companions insinuate it would be easy, for them to do. ed, "Lord, It will never rain if we
stop to consider all the postpone-
likewise-If the cups were made as large as the lucky golfer's ments, so let it rain right now."

v hatband. And, the story concludes with the
statement that it did rain right
o then and there.
A few years makes a big difference in one's viewpoint, --0- SACRIFICE SALE

t' and those college girls who don't want to fool withmen because The Greatest Danger On Our

they ,take up too much time will, sooner or later, join Highway
(Winter Park Herald)
:n:. the MW club.Automobiles. Due to carelessness and indifference

r 0-- of drivers and lack of law

have been claiming the taxes enforcement the motor truck has
they paid to become the greatest danger to mo- _L TO MAKE ROOM ,FOR NEW STOCK
the state represented about 81 cent of the
per total. Now torists on the public highways of

the municipalities claim they pay 75 per cent Somebody Florida. Fatal accidents are resulting -

'j Q ac should get a refund.- caused by with motorists alarming being frequency crowded All Assets of the DeWitt C. Jones Hardware Store, consisting of all stock

o off the highway by trucks and
''
1 Operators of the "Blue Heaven" filling station at Inverness by collisions at night with unlighted -
_ and fixturesThis
trucks.
drew.a
two-year sentence for selling liquor. That sentence
A state law provides that all
'
is an assurance their customers will not have any more t trucks on the public highways aha:> Stock consisting of Hardware House

blues for two 'ears-maybe.. have a rear vision mirror so they Furnishings, Farming Implements, Sport'ing

""----- -. may be warned of the approach of Goods, Cutlery Paints etc. We
etc. etc. .Above stock
motorists who desire to pass. Not is of the highest quality.

Uncle Sam wants to borrow one billion and three hundred ten per' cent' of the trucks on the are forced to sell at once, therefore do not delay. FIRST COME-FIRST SERVED
million dollars to pay up Hoover's prosperity debts. The,, hIghways' Florida comply with

interest on this amount will be a tidy little sum in itself and this about law It and The no result one does that anything the motorist SHOT GUN SHELLS ----___,__._____ 59c Stanley Steel Butts ______ _ 22c
the taxpayers will have to pay all of it together'with' the takes Toilet
his life In his hands Tissue, 6 rolls 19c Combination 19e
principal but the: loan will probably ease the pressure suffi when he trys to pass a big truck -------------V Lawn Spray _ -

i'' ciently: for Mr. Hoover to extend more moratoriums to our drawing 40 miles a an swaying hour. trailer The driver at 35 or of I Perfection Stove Wicks, 3 for -_: ___ 79c Aluminum Water Pitchers ___ 39c:

foreign debtors. the truck unable to hear themotorist's I Cup, plate and Saucer -----_--_-- 19c Aluminum Cake Pans, :___...r__. 9c

o noise his machine horn on makes account, of the de- I 1 gal. 33c Special Leather Horse Collar $$2.8993c
4 First arrests Duval may 7------- -- -
by
highway patrolmen in the driveon
1 Oil
i cide to ramble to the left side of ) Cans 2 gal. 49c Horse
Collars
overloaded trucks showed that one truck was only over the road while a smaller car Is ------:-- - -'--------,-

loaded five and one-half tons and its trailer carried nearly trying to pass. The result is a 5 gal. -------- 69c Lawn Rake 49c:
'
serious accident for the - ----------- -- -
eight tons excess weight. As the orange trucks use Bradford and its occupants with no light damageto car Bull Dog Clothes Pins __________ 6c Pitch Forks 9 8 c
_
_ ___________
county highways almost daily it is no wonder these the truck or Its driver. Electric Iron Cords

highway freights will complete the destruction of our roads While moat commercial trucksare ---------_____ 49c Plant Jr. Hand Plows _,.._______ $6.65

r, before they are half paid for. flagrant offenders In this respect Water Glasses, per doz. -- ,,. _, 29c Hames 98c
they are not the only ones -- ---- .. .. _------.:..--....,.-----
i r o that disregard the rights of mo Ice Tea Glasses, 3 for ____________ 19c Singles Trees 1 I9c
In few weeks candidates torists. As a rule, commercial _ ___________
a for
next year's primaries will Disston Hand Saws
b: be in the field, and as they announce the "bleeding process"by many trucks private have a trucks tall light, whereas ------------_ $2.39 Stirrup Leathers v _':. ________ 89c
are without
' individuals, organizations t\.d' societies out for money will this measure of safety and they do Lorain Stove Wicks, 3 for ---_____ 79c Quick Drying Enamel, pinto __ 69c c:
-
." begin. The helpless candidates are, in some cases bled white way not hesitate at night to wherever stop on the It high suits Kerogas Stove Wicks, 3 for ---_____ 79c (All colors)

by persistent solicitors who regard announced candidates as i their pleasure, and stand without Pilot Hack Saw Frames ----- ---?__ 39c (All colors
legitimate prey and give_ little thought to the hardship inflicted showing a light This often results )
4' in a disastrous collision. Stanley Try Squares - - 59c Neptunite 69c
- -
---
; yr by such an unwarranted drain on their resources. What Is -- Varnish Stain, pints _
the
reason that law
r Vii ': Give the candidates an even break-ask no more of them than forcement In this case baa so com en- LANTERNS ------------V- -- $1.29 Monitor Alarm Clocks _____ 69c

1't',) you would any other citizen, and if they have the backbone to pletely broken down? When motor Rim Knob'Locks - h --- -- 23c Children's 98c
- -- -
Baseball
la U report wilful violations of Uniforms _
refuse to contribute to petty graft don't
I your get sore. Be the law by truck drivers, nothing
broadminded enough to realize that while the law ,protects happens. Does the railroad commission -

t' them from armed highwaymen the only defense they have tnterest Itself In proper SACRIFICE SALE NOW GOING ON

against this kind of robbery is the to safety equipment on commercial
courage say-uNo. And
trucks and are sheriff forces and
;I if you are in doubt as to which candidate to vote for you highway patrolmen making any Formerly the DeWitt C. Jones Hardware

I' can't go far wrong in voting for the man who has the nerve effort to enforce. highway laws! for I l Store Starke Fla.
,
,
.to refuse to contribute. the safety of the motorist?
W. have allowed the commercial


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