Bradford County telegraph
Full Citation
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/01053
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 11, 1932
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:01053
 Related Items
Preceded by: Starke telegraph

Full Text
..."_ ,, ', .. ....'."."h.I. ...._."___..,.._ __
<,, .
-I. wr .. ,
"" <0 ( 0', i I "


; rafnrb County atelrgrUP4. i

b hed 1871 Subscription-For Year $1.50; Sil:::' Months 75c-l>ayable in Advance E. S. Matthews Owner a dT 8hUIJ1



.,,1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 :"T,

; Presidential, Electors: .4 .' *BY LARGEST ELECTORAL 'VOTE; ::

Ayres .* _' _____________218 380 822' 41 100 40 55, 145 1801 : '

BRADFORD STILL DEMOCRATIC Dorman ----______-219 376 319 41 95 89 55 144 1288 ,REPUBLICANS SNOWED UNDER ';

Fairbanks _____.;.____218 378 321 41 97 41 55 145 1295 -

WEATHER OMNIOUS B. H Homecoming Fishier -___________219 376 318 41 97 40 55 143 1289 Judge Adkins Convener SIJQLTZDemocratta GQVERNO t

Planned For Today Lanier -_______...___218 375 820 41 97 40 55 145 1291 Court
itOO Elector. Turn Out This ; Fall Terni Circuit } Nominee for CongrealtEaeliy
In Hot Cam- McClellan _________219 375 318 41 98 40 55 145 1291 Defeat 9
Than Republican
TIme Tornadoes Play Jasper True Bills Are Returned
paign of 1928 Sparkman ________216 377' 321 41 99 38 55 145 1292 Opponents k

(By Lester Bchnell) Aldrich ___________ 47 88 43 __ 22 5 1 3 209 After the Fall term of circuit -

Bradford Democratic county contributed landslide by Its One of the greatest events In the Ames __________,___ 47 89 39 __ f" 22 3. 1 3 204 court had been convened Monday day A resulted revolution In crushing at the polls' defeat Tues-for,
bit to the history of the Bradford High morning by Judge A. Z. Adklna,
polling the largest vote ever cast School football team will take Anderson, H. L. __________ 48 88 '43 __ 23 4 1 3 210 a grand jury of eighteen Bradford the Republican party and Its presidential .

a general election. In.spite place here on homecoming day, Anderson, F. R. ______._ 46 89. 41 __ 23 .2 1 '2 204.. county citizens was empaneled, congressional and gubernatorial .

hello weather and electors the threatof Joined Friday, November 11. The Tor- Draper _______-_____ 47 87 .41 __ 22 3 1 3 204 sworn, and charged as to Its duties.Walter Peaceful nominees It was, but nevertheless *
qualified In what
showers nadoes are to play Jasper H. Griffin of Hampton was
the peaceful revolution that: Is expected to be one of the most O'Neal ___________ .46 88 .40 __ 24 5 1 3 207 selected aa foreman of the Inquisitorial a revolution Just as surely ait

took place at the polls all over the I Interesting! games witnessed here Walter ____?.._______ 47 89'' 41 .22 3 1 4,201 body. If implements of war had been

country, and voted to the tune of this season. The teams are very Proctor ? ? ________.__. -1: ___ __ ___ __ _... __ 1 The grand jury Is composed ol used Roosevelt, and to it the elevated Presidency Franklin by theblc&est D.-
Roosevelt 1501. Hoover 210. evenly matched and we can see the following members Walter .L
. Aa nearly as could be calculated, nothing that will prevent this Cox _______________ __ _Mc 1 __ ___ __ _- ___ 1 Griffin, foreman, Stafford L. electoral vote of all time,

pending a meeting of the canvassing game from being a real thriller United States Senator: 2.I' Crews Berry ffi. Rosier, F. O. Peterson Roosevelt state 472 Hoover 59. Every'''
board today, 153O people voted the kind that makes one's hair ,-'GeoWW, Chesser, B. J. King, west of the Alleghenlen
in this county, an increase of mo..eIb&D stand on end. That It the kind of Fletcher ___________132 271 295 30'68. 35 32 117 980 Leonard M.Murrhee: ; r Goodgo.. turned against President Hoover.

300 over the number marking' game the two teams put Up last Represenative at Large: 4 Bv.Bt-tS II PprK-wynn: : C.1- ;,' At.klnaon Only Pennsylvania Connecticut,

ballots four years ago in the stalling I fear, and there Is no reason what- Sears ______________174 323 288 39 94 36 53 130 '1128 ..\Q..W. Rhame, Ira Wilson,, Delaware and, Maine New kept Hampshire the Republl-Vermont :
Hoover-Smith election. ever why they should not repeat. B. M. Hasen R. R. Prevatt, B. J
I In spite of last minute rumors Right now the Tornadoes are In a Skipper ____________ 40 ;; 57 37 _,,. 15 4 __ 5 158 Alderman,. J. E. Norman, J. G. can faith.
of the struggle to redeem themselves "','. Hoover. Michigan went Democratic. S*
torn( various parts county desperate Congressman 2nd District: did Iowa Herbert'Hoover
Bradford remained solidly Democratic with their local supporters.We The court was adjourned over
In its selection for Governor know they still have a good Green _____________149 314 304 33 73' 39' 32 124 1068A. Tuesday because of the general ; California, where he lives; u

\, Dave Sholtz receiving aboutI football game left In their system S. Crews ___?_____ *#* JL ___ __:.. __ _' __ 1 election. I.. Kansas, and home of Vice President
and belleverthejrarfrin-tne opinion '* The following true bills were Curtis among others Ohio.
his we returned -
I to 1 over Republican *
For Governor: | } : ..:; Indiana, Illinois and Minnesota.
opponent W. J. Howey.: The totals that it is time to let usa e by.,the Investigating' body
wee: Sholtz 1195: Howey 306. glimpse of It. Ilowey __________- 85 116, 60 2 28 5 2 8 306 Wednesday morning: Florida, re-enacting the role or.

, few names were written in on A record crowd Is sure to turn ) Sholtz _ ___________1841-1"1850, 295 41 94 .. 39 54 138 1195 State of Florida va Wash Chambers cratlc prodigal ranks son,with returned a bang to Tuesdayand Demo. j
ticket for any state or county of- out to see the game. As a matterof Secretary of State: '* Charge: stealing a steer. cast Its seven electoral votes y
BcM. L. C. Smith received 140 fact, the entire alumni ofJJ_ .-H. State of Florida y s John Pr s< '
for, member of county board 1 S. Will be Invited tfl-ttend. A Gray,_ ____________125 285 279 28 68 37 33 110 965 colt Charge: stealing) cattle. for Roosevelt, who received >80.. ty ;
740 of
the votes cast.
tf! public Instruction District 3, parade will takft-ptftce through the Attorney General: .". 'r :. State of I/jrlduf' vs Raymond Hoover got 81,197. Four years ago

ad J. J. Johns' name was written town The before stores tlfe throughout game. the town .' Landis _)1.0 ------------|l05 238 258 26 63..37 30. 106 863Comptroller Prescott No bills Chargeyeteallng wej returned cattle.in thefollowln& it was 144,168 for Hoover, 101,764 7
time's for constable
IB forty-eight ": for Smith. Not In sixteen bait,
hour .' "I years R y
duringthe :
will be closedJbr an case's I:
a District 2. : Florida given the national ticket 4
The accompanying tabulated game so as t help the.attend. Knotts ____________ 54 75' 56 __ 20 6 ... ,1 212 State off Florida vs Kzeklal such overwhelming support.Sholtz ):, 1
to Brown. ,
We expect see everyone
rote from the eight county precincts ance. at 3:30 Friday afternoonwho Lee ______________ .197 354 289 39 99 36 53 134 1201 State of Florida\ Elected ;
not been checked by present vs Henry Mar.
has board but it la not has the least bit of loyalty to Ernest AmosTreasurer ________ __ ___ 1 __ ___ __ __ ___ 1 In the contest for governor Dave,
tie canvassing tin.State Sholtz t
Daytona Beach lawyer
votes will be the Bradford High's football team. : of Florida vs Eztlal Bag- young -;
likely that many well. p' and a comparative newcomer,
changed when that body meets at Sponsor Elected Knott .. ___________..__107 257 262 27 60 38"' 33 111 895 In party politics, decisively defeat.,
tie court house today.The ed the Republican, nominee W.--J.
The football boys elected the Supt. Public Instruction .
precincts, represented by Plans CompletedFor Howey by a ratio of approximate",
lumbers in the table are Lawtey sponsors for The the homecoming for Jasper game Cawthon ___!._______115 264' 264 27 66 37 31 111 915 ly two to one. With only ninety-, Gi tE '

(tit), North Starke (2)), South are Friday.Hope ilaynes sponsors and Kitty Hog- Commissioner of Agriculture: ;_ ? '. Roll Call six precincts unreported Thursday,

Stake (3)), Graham (4)), Hampton sed. The sponsors for Starke are Mayo _____________123 2754 274 27 62 38 31 114 944 the vote gave SholU 164,192 to;
1 13)). Theressa (6),. New River ,(7), !Lois Adklns and Lois Long. 'Thesponsors .-- .'Justl s"of Court ;. .. Plans have '84,444. for Howey.
Brooker (8). : :; 1 been completed
have been given the privilege Besides"electing a Governor,
of selecting' their escort.. Buford ____________ 90 '231 247 24 62 34 37 94 819 for the Roll Florida Democratla rode to victory,, ,

Bond'Trustees Hold 'I Davis .. _____________ 96 234 251 24 65 34 37 93 834 ./1 g Call of the In two contested congressional i
Bradford County
race and alao 10 '
Busy Session Monday. TrainingFor Ellis... ______________ 92 228 249 24 66 35 37 95 826 Red Cross sent Washingtonthree
Forsyth other nominees who were uaoppoaed. -..
I Railroad Commissioner: chapter. The -

The board Starke of bond Florida trustees, met of Fight Tonight Douglas ____________100 279 281 30 69 37 32 127 955 campaign will W. J. Sears, who represented Ute I
tie city of begin on November 11 and will Fourth Florida District in the national R
November 7,, 1932, In regular ses- Senator 15th Senatorial Dist.: continue through the 24th. capital until defeated in

lion with the following members Vasco Forsyth, local boxer, has Mann _____________101 296 286 40 69 37 29 111 969 The Bradford County chapter 1928 by Ruth Bryan Owen, cap

present: H. L. Brown, chairman; worked hard during the past tonight weekIn Ilal Y. Maines ____________ 4 __ -'__ __ ___ __ __ -__ 4 has distributed 129,360 pounds of tured the Congreu-at'-large race
D. A. Montleth. preparation for his fight Hour during the past few months, from Glenn B. Skipper former Republican
Mr. R. J. Davis was sworn Into with Frankie Murphy in the City J. J. Johns ______________ __ 1 ___ __ ___ __ __ ..__ 1 and another 43,120 pounds has National Commltteman'
office by City Cleric Carl Johns. Club's arena In Gainesville. For- Representative: .? ,. been received and will be given out' by nearly m three'-to-one: 'margin of;

Election of officers for bond trustees syth setdom trains, keeping fit Inman _____________102 314 290 36 71 36 28 111 988 starting Saturday. Nine hundredfamilies I' victory.J. .
; H. L. Brownlee nominated by through hard work rather than by have received this aid. Hardin Peterson Lakeland attorney '
D. A. Montleth..,as chairman, seconded I any special training program, but Clerk Circuit Court: Four thousand yards of cotton had little dlffjculty in turning ':
by R. J. Davis, motion was he realizes that in the Murphy Thomas ______..._..._i13 322 302 < S7 73 38 28 116 1029 goods has been distributed by the 'back the Republican opposition s
carried. D. A. Montleth was nominated fight he faces probably the County Judge: chapter, and It is expected that a of Arthur R. ThomP" 1''Of Ht:; Pet-
treasurer, by H. I,. Brown- toughest opponent he has ever met limited supply of readymade clothing ersburg. ',* y
lee and seconded by R. .J. Davis; in the ring.Murphy '. Perryman -------------10V09292'35: 69 "' 35', 28- 100 975 wUl be received soon. Those who go to Washington by

motion carried.The a ring.veteran, has bad Geo.A.,: Gardiner _______ __ 1"" ::;.__: __ ___ _Ml "" *.***, 1 Officers from Lawtey, Hampton, virtue of no opposition In the ilea:
board received several complaint seven fights since coming to Sheriff: Brooker and New River will call tion are Senator Duncan U, Fletch.
of bills for service, same Gainesville and has defeated his here for Hour to be taken to their er, and Congressman R. A. '
were given careful consideration opponents 'In a decisive manner. Epperson: _ ________113 323 293 35 69 38 29 117 1017 respective towns for distribution.At Second District; Mlllard Caldwell.Green
and adjustments were made accordingly. According to the Gainesville Sun Tax Assessor: 1.& the Starke headquarters, in the Third District, and Mark Wilcox "'

many fans believe that :Murphyhas Wainwright _______ 93 316.294 35 66 35 29 110 978 building adjoining the U. S. For- Fourth District.
Routine bills of the board were not extended himself and that: estry department, white people will I J. M. Lee of Avon Park defeated r.
ordered paId.CommIttee. he will uncork his knockout punchfor L. II. Hill _________ __ ___ 1 _- __- __ __ ___ 1 apply for flour on Saturdays and A. F. Knotts for State Comp i
from Woman's Club the first time when he meets Tax Collector: colored on Tuesdays. troller by a wide margin of 111,077.

appeared before bond trustees Forsyth who holds the record ,of Knight ___________109 323 289 34 74 37 29 116 1011 e to 47,844.On .
Mas Pearl Jordan, acting chairman participating' In 114 fights with- COUNCIL PAYS BILLS the face of returns front
asked that water be furnished out ever having been knocked to Co. Supt. Public Instruction: nearly one-half of the State's precincts x'

for pool at Woman's Club. The the canvass for a single count. Griffis ____________111 318 278 27 71 37 27 97 966 At a meeting of the city council reported, two proposed '
matter was referred to city council Murphy will weigh 157 and For- Wash Fowler Tuesday, Nov. 1, 1932, the following amendments to the Constitution
?______ _? -__ -__ __ ___ -. __ 2 2
as bond trustees bad no authOrity syth 148.However. bills were ordered paid: appeared hmded for defeat At
to grant 'same. Motion was For yth does not agree County Commissioners: Charles Darby, fireman $3.00; the present time the vote on the
aide" by R. :J. Davis that city with' the Gainesville Sun fans. Ina Rosier *_-_________114 193 119 11 40 30 1 69 577 James Lewis, fireman, 2.00; Mer- Supreme Court amendment stands

council instruct bond trustees to statement ,this week he said, "Idon't Conner _________,W-l -- 26O,. 120 10 40 29 1" 69 538 ril McMillan, fireman, 13.00; Austin 27,144 no, 9,377 yes. On the commissioner -
furnish water free of charge, billing Is from.I Winkler, fireman, $3.00; Calvin amendment the : Is
same to be paid I know where Murphy Thomas ..., _____-___. j -:_ 215 264 12 39 29 1 69 629 Johns, fireman, $2.00 Louie
city council to have heard Charleston, Brooklyn, ; 28,741 no. 10,131 yes.
by them or as they may see fit to New Orleans, Boston and other Illnson _ -..___i..wi__ __ 184116 28 70 35 1 67 501 Kahr fireman, $1.00; W. R. Taunt .

l>Mdle. Seconded by D. A. :Mon- cities mentioned as his home, but Andrews ___-______ __ 186' 114 13 44 28 29 107 521 fireman, $2.00; J. L. Peek, SCHOOL BOARD MEETS '
tieth, motion carried. wherever he many hall from thatIs Jr. fireman, $2.00; Eldredge Robinson -
. Bond trustees discussed the ree* where I am going' to send him Board Public Instruction: fireman, $3.00; Edward Hall, The board met in regular session '
emmendation of the city council to back to after I get through with Moore _____________111 249' 188 10 38 28 1 65 638 fireman $2.00; Tommie Williams, Monday with all members present.

seduce labor expenses of operation him Friday night. '" ;" :T :Manning _________ __ '217 251 10 43 36 1 64 622 $1.00; W. W. Balsden, feeding and Minutes of the last meeting were*
of the caring for prisoners, 11.00 :J. C.Mannlnl' read and
light and water plant. Mown C hlrom ; approved.
made This statement. OJ1'llO Kelley ____________ __ 160 123 32 40 25 25 76 481 file, 29c; W. E. Thornton, Several met the board
, by H. L, Brownlee to Forsyth, who Is not prO II IrJe-boast persons
j"\e salaries of men working' at Indicates a good battle* FrIday L. C. Smith ______-__ __ 16. 12 __ 56 3 __ 53 140 salary night marshal $71.00; A. relative to transportation. but all iW
,light plant Seconded ;' L. Alvarez, salary chief 103.00; applications for aid were turned.
as they are., night and many local fans are ex- Constable: ,,. ,, y w;
*f D. W H. MIddleton, fees, 5.00: down funds available.The .
A. Montleth tlon'was trek to GaInes- mayor ; as no are
make the
pected to Thornton LI. __ 223 213 11 44 30 1 55 577
carried. Harold C. Wall, bond R. J. Davis, board made a note for bale

" Bond trustees will carry out the ville. J. J. Johns ______i____ __ 7-31 1 8 1 ? "*_ 48 bond trustee, $3.00: ; G. W. Alderman -{' ance of amount borrowed 'from

wommendatlon of the city counto CARD OF THANKSWe C. C. Melvin ________ __ __..., __ __ ___ ._ __ 7 7 councilman, $2.00; O. L. Beas- bank same to be used to pay
c0 matter of delinquent aceeamis ley, councilman, $2.00; P. M. Barefoot teachers, bus drivers and Janitors.!
with consumers of city Bond Trustees: councilman, 2.00; T. N. Kendrick Routine matters were disposed i

r; plant service, lights Power wish to express our deepest Torode __._______. 88 209 156 12 42 29 1 62 599 councilman, $2.00; W.I[. of and the board then discussed ?
appreciation to our many friends Edwards! councilman $2.00 Andrews plans for schools for full
' ateI'. for their deeds of kindness, expressions J. J. Johns ________.; ..-: __ 1 __ ___ __ _4 ___ 1 Store street ; operating
I Bills wm lamps, $79.56; term and the superintendent was
Nch mOnth. rendered first of of sympathy and floral offerings Wall ____-__.I___ '-', 245' 170 12 41 31 1 64 564 "enole Chemical Co;, disinfectant Instructed to notify ,all principal

w th will receive Au bins notice not to paid by during the, recent Illness\ Joe Edwards ---------w--- ___ 1 -- -- __ or- m* 1 $a7. O; J. L. Simmons, one new of suggested plan. I''
W.. pay up and death of our beloved grandmother flush ball "-75c
; Starke TelephoneCo. All schools are expected to'operate
w tltteenth tendent or clerk win notify Mrs Mary Ann Ward.Signed Matthews _-_______ __ 224' 226 15 38 28 2 67 600 ., telephone service, city hall, for one session at least, on r

to cut off serviceita.Slt.further Leona Ward and other ; __ -L __ 1 __ ..._ _... .. ___ 1 "
( ) J. L. Underhill __.:_ '3.60; Care Johns, salary, city Friday Nov. 11, Armistice Day.
- Hntendent are Dotlce.bound> Clerk to and member of the family. Haynes ___________'- __' 173 117 26 59 29 159 464 clerk, $60.00; R. C. Buford, fir No further business the board

'in IIUt thin order In every case. carry Gainey ___________ __ 175f 112 11 39 27 21 89 474 chief, $6.00. adjourned to'meet. the first ,Monday ;y
Carl Johns, Clerk. In December.A.
Troit watch users of city light'and water as of December let, will catch be hand- B. Y. Saxon _-______ __ ___ : ___ -_ 4 __ __ ___ 4 J. Griff, Secy.
their consumers up.
beta and not per- led to help
rat .
them bill and one- Amendment No. 1:
' ,to remain unpaid after The current months '
Maitland New
' ''UJJ.nor the mODth, unleiMI they' *** tenth of the back bill must be Yes __ --__: _w. 7 37 53 1 5 5 __ 3 111 The drill team-of the Woodmen plant, adjacent: td orange Stone,packing Service

>kstlty to of have ,.eervlca: cut off. A paid'each month before fifteenth.in whichto NO _"::. _____________100 166" 52 34 25 4 55 64 500 Circle I* having! .sewing partyat Station, now under, construction.i.-" {
months '
$1.00 ten ,
Ia charged: to coAIee This provides Mrs. Ik D. Green's Friday eve- .
..._ once cut off for none) catch up back bills. Above will Amendment No. 2: r
.... Cep ning Members of the circle'are Winter Park $2.600 worU of
' be strictly enforced. Yes .- _____! ___ 7 38 46 4 3 4 102N0 invited to help the team finish the 'building permits Issued her from

;".41l111pec1&l arf n rement la made nlarfeem adjourned to the next reg !:'_ __4 ___ 99 .166 58; 25 6 55, 63.ISO. Yo-To spread at this Urn*. October 1 to, October :11., J q
:. exutlng back bill> on books tin.



::1 lp; : i J.f.f..H ; '!tik.i';&:>.in f '.," (i;:' :, I' t' ,... "" ,."N....k' $W.r."H"'A! ...il1\\ .",' ',x
>'.;.,"- .. "t, .?,'!IIIIMI. fif'... D.'tr ,'.. ," f'. ..$:I! .,i.T: :::' ", (, ,o-:. -; ---

:_ '., _, ,,, ., ._ ,...j' 'M .
= '' '' '' '' ' "
: ;; : .: 'W" ; .;,;;; ,

I'N '


l--___-_ _--T_ -_-- __ NOVEl\mER 11,1?..
----- --- -- --- - ------ -- -- ---- -
-- -- -
-- --- ---
--- -- -- -
--- :;;;; f

[ -- TelegrapldVrlters lly Special LIVe Happenings Items USbYTlC3.JJll.l. I:':::_ .

Sunday. were business visitors to Lake But. legs Bristol Va. Mr. Kelley was born near Lake North :Mail closes, 7:00 a. -I-

II eilbronn.Springs Miss Freda Brown called on Inca ler last Friday afternoon. Some of the. 'young people are Butler and became a member of No. 12, Parcel post and letters, Mall arrives 2:40: i m

Kersey Sunday afternoon. Mr. Robert Greene of Lake Butler practicing a play entitled "The the Baptist church at the age of Tuesday Thursday and Saturday Blue Bus Schedules p. m.

u.. Tholxao. Rhoda. Cor. Miss Millie Judd was visiting was visiting: relatives here Sun- Eighteen Carat Boob" which Is to seventeen. September 6th, 1911 3J5: p. m. Dally, effective Jan. i

Freda Brown Saturday evening.Mr. day morning. be given In the near future. This he was married to Miss Ada Sapp No. 108 Letters special deliveryand Northbound-8:03 a. .;.in-, .

.L Bweat-Rautoraon Harvey Woods spent Sat Mrs. Clyde Colson and children play ia sponsored by the Brooker of this place. He wan the father of special handling parcels 5:40: m., 4:50 p. m., 8:19 p. nu : 9 lI-

I Ermalee Baulerson and: Mr. urday night with Mr. G. L. Ker- were visiting Mrs. Wilbur Rimes of P. T. A. six children Coolidge Tison Samuel p. m. Southbound-9:34: a. .
Miss united In marriage sey.Mr. Worthington Springs last Thurs- Mr. A. E. Maxwell, principal ot Hubert and two daughters Night mails close at 6:10: p. m.: m., 4:34: p. m, 12:oo a 12:34: n-
Levy Sweat were afternoon at 2:30: Lacy Futch called on Millie the school here returned to hla I Georgia and Mrs. Jay Moody of No. 1, due at 10:59: p. m.; No. 2, Tickets and IntormaUol1 m.

Wednesday L. performing Judd Sunday afternoon. day.Mr.. Norman Andrews was in home In Green Cove Springs Tues Starke. For the past forty years due at 6:19 a. m. Smith' Service Station 1\

i o'clock Rev. D. Phillips left short- Miss Virginia Brantley was a this section last Friday.R. day afternoon to vote. he has made his home here savea Starke & Bell Branch courthouse.Summertime next to
the ceremony. They visitor in this section Mr. and :Mrs. Itoscoe Chesser
for Jacksonville A. Green and father of few years that he and his family -
ly after the marriage their honeymoon.We last week. Starke were business visitors here' and small son, spent Sunday here I lived in Palatka, where he was --

to spend of last Wednesday. with his aunt, Mrs. A. J. Flnhola- connected with the Denmark Fur-
; all wish them many years
Messrs. Russell Green, Donald ter.Church niture Company. He was burled

:happiness.Misses Lorene Pauline and Josephine RISING I Bennett and Misses Johnnie Cone, services were held last at the Sapp cemetery near here Warmthon :
of }zeaa L. Green and Melba Ree Saturday and Sunday at the Missionary Friday afternoon at three o'clock.'
the guests

1 MIss: .Essie Green Crawford were Sunday afternoon I Mr.. II. M. McHu, Cor. Hodges Sunday were and were visitors dinner at Miller guests last of ,Q. E. McGauIey.Baptist church by Pastor Lake Butler-Front* of Graham's the Coldest Winter Day

Mrs. .
Mr. W. C. Jones and Mr. Lubin, Mrs. M. J. Fouts who has been Ray Bubose. Store painted. New Price
Miss Leona Thomas in
Tuesday spendinga what this
both of Jacksonville spent $2850 THAT'S Cole.
visiting relatives in Jacksonville,
I with Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Jones. Is visiting her son-in-law and few days in Gainesville with RAIFORD TRAIN SCHEDULE: NOW ONLY Radiant Heater

: Miss Hilda Forsyth and Alice daughter Mr. and Mrs. H. H. friends and relatives.We I Our schedule changes Sunday, brings you! It produces a

'' tPattee spent Friday at the state Lewis. Mrs. Billie are very glad to report Red Kerce Cor. May 22nd and trains will run as generous flood of powerful
who has been
i! farm. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Norman were ill olio wo: penetrating radiant heat that
t Mrs. Cora Jones and daughters, called to the bedside of their much.seriously is improving very Mr. and Mrs- Wilbert Mann of No. 1 Southbound local due warms you through and

.' ',1'' :Jessie Mae and Cora Belle spent daughter Mrs. Ethel Moore last Messrs Maurice Brown of Miler Lake Butler were here Saturday Starke, 10.59: p. m. + I, through. It's a"hot number

Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Mag- Wednesday at Davenport. Mrs. and Willard Dubose of WorthIngton afternoon as the guests of Mrs. No. 11, Southbound local, due It for cold rooms."

gie Burton. Moore isTnot expected to live long. I Minnie Brown and his grandmother Starke 9:20: a. m. The
\ were visiting friends here Coleman
Mills Edna Davis left Sunday for Mr. B. M. McRae spent the Mrs. Matilda Ritcb. No. 107 Southbound limited due Heater

Jacksonville, where she will stay week-end In Jacksonville and Baldwin Sunday afternoon. R. D. Altman and Supt T. S. Starke 10:21 a. m. makes and burns its own

several weeks. with relatives. Mr. Donald Bennett was visitIng Thomas of Lake Butler, were In No. 2 Northbound local due gasIt is portable yOU

Very few of the eighth grade pupils Mrs. E J. Lewis spent the week- Miss Ozena Green Sunday af- Gainesville Saturday on business. Starlce 6:19: a. m. can carry and use it any.

of Heilbronn spent Thursday end in Heilbronn section with her ternoon. Professor Syfrett of LaCrosse, No. 12. Northbound local due where. Instant Starting .
and Friday in Starke standing examination children. Misses Melba Bee Hodges and was a visitor here Saturday and Starke 3:31 p. m. just scratch a match and
: Miss Eleanor Conner of Vander. Mildred Colson were visiting thelaUer's :,visited Prof. R. D. Altman, prin- No. 108 Northbound limited due turn a valve. Thermo-
Mr. Graham Boyd of Starke was 'I aunt, Mrs. Wilbur Rimes of Starke 6:01 Safety Generator
/I I bllt section spent Saturday and cipal here. p. m. Mod.13A controls
k in our section Saturday night. Sunday with Misses Edna and Worthington, who was formerly Ernest Hewitt, who teaches here Starke and Wannee 101 leaves fuel flow automatically. .
Mr. Purvis Green was visiting Thelma Lewis. known as Miss Virginia Colson of was at Worthlngton Springs last Starke 7.00: a. m. prevents flooding.

j JMr. W. C. Rhoden Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs J. J. Morgan and I Pine Hill. week-end visiting his parents. I No. 102 arrives 2:40: p. m. ColemanRadiantHeater I
Quite a few from here attendedthe Miss Rlva Parrish was a guestof of Malls Handsome in appearance.
Mr and Mrs. Joseph Norman spent Will some of the kind readers of : Closing
t Miss Mildred Colson last Thurs- Richly finished.
dance at Starke Saturday eve. I Sunday with Mr and Mrs. W. J. 'day this column from Ralford tell me Sooth

:sing.fr Drlggera In Pine Level seqtloa night. why we can't rate a local P. T. A. ? No. 11, Parcel post, Monday

Mr. Cecil Bennett of New York L Mrs. J. C. Jones and son, attended Wednesday and Friday 9.03 a. m.

was visiting his uncle and aunt the Christian church services No. 107 Letters special deliveryand

LITTLE SPRINGSWillie Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lewis Monday.Mr. BROOKER last Sunday at Lake Butler. special handling parcels, 10:10: SEE YOUR LOCAL DEALEU

and M. L. Lewis and daughter Miss Dot Adktns of Gainesville, a. .m. THE COLEMAN LAMP AND STOVE COMPANYWICHITA

Mae Newsome Cor. Ida Mae and Ruth and Miss Mine Vera Gainer, Cor. was the guest of Mra. E. D. Yel- (CANS. PHILADELPHIA, PA.

Veralee Lewis motored to Green vington here last week-end CHICAGO! ILL. LOS AN8ELES, CALIF. (Persil,
fr Mrs. Willie Mae McDonald Is Cove Springs Wednesday. M. P. Matheny and son, Ortho, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Dowllng. of

+, spending the week with her moth- Miss Marie Alvarez of Vanderbilt spent last week-end in Madison Jacksonville are spending a few

,, oer. Mrs. Perry Newsome. spent Saturday night with with friends and relatives. days as guests of Mrs. Dowling's

Mr, and Mrs. Darby Gasklns and Miss Ida Mae Lewis. Misses Zell Waltts and Mary parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Ca-

.f7 'baby were the dinner guests of Mrs Ida Harnage of Heilbronn Alice Cahoon spent the weekendat son.Mrs. n winter means
H :Mr. and Mrs. Owen Carter Sun- was visiting her son-in-law and their home in Jacksonville. They E. W. Tompkins and Mrs

r, day. daughter Mr. and Mrs. B M. Mc- were accompanied by Miss Iris H. W. Raiford celebrated their s.l.l.pp.e.r.y roads !

r A prayer service was held at Rae Thursday. Brown. birthdays at the home of the former SMOOTH tires don't hold on wet
Sirs. Maggie Wainwright'a Sunday Mrs. F. M. White; Mrs. Wesley Mrs Blanche Chambers of Jack-I last Sunday. The house was pavement. Punctures are more

afternoon at 8 o'clock. McRae and little son, Edwin and sonville. Is spending a few days J beautifully decorated with chrysanthemums 4No dangerous when It's slippery. '7 1 '

Mrs. Jean Gasklns and two i Mr. D. M. McRae were visiting here with her parents, 'ilr. and their birthday flowers. Changing tires Is also dangerous

s' daughters Mr. and Mrs. Wade Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman in Mrs. Walter Crews. Those who were there to enjoy the and disagreeable. Better put on 11 c
now Goodyear now-they 11
Oaskina Mrs. Nellie Carter, son Heilbronn section Thursday eve- Among those attending to business affair were: Mr. and Mrs. H. W. tect you aYe you money pro-on

< and sister, were the dinner guests ning.Mr. In Starke Monday were: H. Ralford Mrt and Mrs. E. W, Tompkins messy rubbing in... No long repairs and delays.SPEEDWAY I

lot( Mr and Mrs. Darby GasklnsThursday. and Mrs. J. T. Barnes of P. and R. M. Galney, R. T. Osteen and family. and Miss Gertie : drawn out treatments. From the First
Bell are visiting Mr. and Mra Alex A. B. Surrency J. R. Mott. Ruth Home.Mra. .
q i,, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Carter were Barnes.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Gainey and : N. T. Retch and children, instant A you soft.use.It. ,Alluring.a new beauty.. Ivory j)

visiting Mr. John Wllliama of and Mrs. Zary Crawford and children, Perry and Eva Fay and Nancy Aleene and Junior and I yours.toned complexion that reRects

(Lake Butler Monday. Mr Williams, children were visiting Mrs. Craw- Mrs. H. Gainey attended church at daughters, Mrs. E. L. Spiers were and Dignity. Begin to-day SUPERTWIST CORD TIRES
ford's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. L. New Hope Sunday.Mrs. In Jacksonville over the week-end Beauty
:; '"a brother-in-law of Mr. Carter, Pull EachfnPpIra Pull K.eh ,
,i has been ill for.a couple of years Conner In Vanderbilt section Sun- M. Pflug of Virginia, who as the guests of her daughter and Oanle. Tube pwrdre In Tv'" !
day. has been spending some time here family, Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Crlbbs. ORIENTA!!
from a stroke of paralysis and was 30x3 I RCI .5..5 ... 4.50-21: $4.47 f..S
,"'a taken Monday with the second, Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Brown of with her daughter, Mrs. R. E Berry Daniel Kelley 4.40. tJ S... ...S 4.73t' __. Lei i.ue

.troke.Mr. Lawtey passed through this sec Thorp, has returned to her home. The community was shocked and CREAtJ1 4.50- I 0_H ..5. I..O 5.00t S,4 1.IS

.1 1." and Mrs. Carmichael and tion Wednesday afternoon. She was accompanied by her saddened to learn of the death of e OOUHAUD 1
..J Register Motor Co.
,{ children Mac and Margaret, were grandson Master Gerald Thorp, Berry Daniel Kelley, 62. who died Whlto.FleaRachel ShadoaT
who will visit his aunt, Miss Mar- at his home here last Thursday after Y sfilF PHONE 103
Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Drew Red .s.nd IOUor1RIAI.
guerite Pflug and attend kindergarten a stroke of paralysis early STARKE FLORIDA
t dish and family Sunday afternoon MOODY FARMS :HopVIn* tf Son.MawYorj .
at Intermount Col- "' --
Mr. Charle Gasklns was the Virginia Thursday. -
t\. guest of Miss Janet Carter Sunday Miss Melba flee Hodge, Cor.

r evening 5S5
\ wj *4< 5,rfTHE.
Mr. .
Clyde Morgan made a business
Mr and Mrs. T. M. Stevens were
trip to Jacksonville Monday transacting business In Jackson.

evening and returned Tuesday. ville last Tuesday and Saturday.Mr. .

L. R. Gainey and son, Royce .. # 'nett c1a.
passed through this section last ro; .

DOUBLE RUN Saturday afternoon. VS'< .h d YE
Mr. Maurice Brown of Miller
Ml. !]<>.<. Hrovrn, C.r. was visiting friends here last'

t Thursday.Mr. ,
: +
< Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Woods of Dave Greene was transacting <"D ,'.,, / BOLIVIA PARAGUAY WART ,
'it's' o ,1 ''I'' : t' A
a g.' ; machine gun neat manned
Lawtey. were guests of Mr. and business In Starke last Satur l by Bolivian* ehown In Qran
Mra. G. I* Kersey Sunday after- day afternoon. .tie { p 2p y? p r.,.., Chaeo near Fort Baquaron.

; noon.Mr. Mrs. T. M. Stevens was visiting
Vasco Underhill was the' friends in Jacksonville last'Friday.

:' guest of Mr. Leaton Morgan Sun Mr. Donald Bennett was visiting I.

day. in Jacksonville last Tuesday and '

Mlases Lois and mary Judd were Friday.Mr tk ,. ,____
guests of Boots and Doris Brown and Mrs. Evan W. Hodges : ,:i' Declaring BUSINESS that MEN bualntea V*. POLITICIANS man have .a Z, 4;
> wI ''ui$ .iloro. 'w. aa much right to fraa apeoelt ae ;I ,
politician*, F. Mutton, prominent '> +c ; .
i And the Worst is Yet to Come + '; 'is 'R6, Camp Fir Glrle arc shown tart. bualrteea man and philanthropist, p1' ,, r :,, s
4 Inv on a week end camping' trip ha* defended Henry Ford' action In 'AX ,-:3c, ;,,? 'Qt
In th* covered wagon of the old telling hla employee that he believe : ,
: romantic W.." Although Camp the welfare of the country ealla forth
i.f P "'y,; ws+ Flra Ouardlana and Counclllora aoeompany re-election of President Hoover. '
a +i + th.m, the girl' do all the Mr. Hutton bellevaa that It la not :I }; ,
:r y.dl ,!P planning and actual' work, from only the right but ono th* duty of .a,
4 ? bualne* leadera to make clear their < Tdish
-td the teloetien' and preparation ol r'
'I., .r ._ : l. 4'' r food to tho organization of the vlewa en government queetlona te !+' +
camp alta. At praaant a nationwide their aoclato*. e.Y 3? ,,, iwK <
4 t mombarthlp drive la on t..p..d + h p a
"' '
to many thouaanda mora t
., a 'than the 300,000 glrla. now .enjoying s
Camp Flra training, the beneflta
'. of punned training' In the ...pr..10" ..- 1 %
and application of beauty, In ;'
practical home making and In S\\
,\t S a, "" ".Iuom. outdoor recreation. "Jt '
r '
J N ,,, ,' l
\ W+fR
'i 1 a- v di HaT CAN TAKK ITU WlnatonChurchill.
Britlan atateaman 1' TWO FAMOUS EXPLORERS AT WORKl Commander a.er0
? ,, who tiaa survived many ef the Novllle, (on right aid* to Admiral Byrd en th* Byrd Norm
\ emplre'e higheet political honor ',, Pan expedition and wsll-known leeturert and Harold Mc<
4 la shown from ., Craekan, ouppli" to
1\ eonvateeoing ,, 1\ famoua author and explorer, ara teatlng
paratyphoid. S;' be uaed en future polar expedition*. When preaton* anti,3 -
M 1 s freeia war put Into thla ear' cooling ayaUm, It functioned
: perfectly after the temperature In the Seaboard Terminal
r t. 1 ( .. frlgeratlon plant In Jerry City, wee lowered to North poll
Se.w 3 ** level*.

.. I E
:: .

Tired of outboard '
ordinary j.
motorboat racing, and believing '. :4 .P A
you aan't keep a r ?
1M w good coat down. Hub Myera, d
farmer professional outboard
Irk + t\ .1 a champion, tried a little aviation
/ aa Ma raced "Phantom"agalnet
sl. ; Walter EvereM In
t a, the Buy City, Mich., regatta.
i? A.tt

RACE WINNERi Luclla Wail AlfredBhlrley ,g }"
I and Abdullah popular radio atar ef The
j Dromedary C.r.". ... that datea are worth
racing' for a* ..Aumpl.'. the eargo of tha .... d+
C assisted, winner Ike 13rd Annual Race of the 'a'F MINT BEGUN Lord Fresco
1 Data Shlpa after It. 10,000 mil -
voyag ever lI 1T ..111.hh Amnaeeador tc
13,500,000'' > .
t fr Into
to > t New York harbor with
worth of new-crop Arabian. datea. Th. datea will '3. _. h$. 1\.",A ""Air.v I f I.I, shown apeaking sornerot..e at the lay c/
r b. paiteurlsed,. packaged) ana are than ready. **rhungry t +! Ins of the to vietimeof "
'r American, who aat 04,000,400 povmfa a ..... monument....dedicated......11 d.r1. l I' I
te.k 1
heard ever 44 "", itt ,
r '"
'i. atatloni t Mi NBOvBluirni/w.rk., 1' .p; "oJ" '' "' w./M dloaeien. Gerome y
'S$ .
} and Aeeeelated \ f w pi ac. sM.. town af Allan** t I
: Station* II' aitft EaT every "011410'. Wednesday endFriday. _, .
-.. ,.. .... ."'.-1'" :::'
_-_ _1>A.- o. : ... _

-- 4,' ,. .
'j I' rr GY
------- -- -- -. "toe. i 'pWY..ro, + rv ; wrpwJ ,, ,
-- aaan.srp'rlM 1''Est''f' )
--------- Sd' .W
rr'r X14' itrlfv; sF,+ u +,t / r Y"nr4vrrs...' .
; 11'r'1 .,1io1t'uI'h..ir..I;; \} ', }!n.\\':" ',"''S'.lj,1JI.'AGE .-::.'. .

gf/wwMwk.. ...h.unwur+-,Ywt .LMnr-'-"'''.'"' -'' j 'r" ... .. .. 'nmv'I a '
,___,.,.... .........w"J J ... i i11 \
,?","" ." .,,t i", '!)""' ""iI W.4.'I"I'! '' -''''!''': 'Jj.'I''I"\;: \.... oI-.p..>::;>. ':'- ,. ."I'O'>J1' '''!'I .I-; .. ,,-:. """m"1'l'I'\lI' ;",, ,,;;,., "n ,.., "V"'II"'f"r.-" "''\'.",,,,,, 9'1""", ';"" "'<<\\I1'; ;; '1 J",. :' l" r "' "

'1 ;,,1', 1 a

, -- -, .. .. -, .. ,
--- ---- -- -- -- ---- -
----- -- -- -- ---- -- ---- ----------- ---- -- ------

JASPER WILL PLAY B. IL S. spaced as to properly support the Tests With Protocoling Straw- '

HERE ARMISTICE DAY cups of fruit and allow circulation berrli

of air about them. A removabletop The benefits from chilling straw- "
Ir JI. S.
JOURNAL One of last season's football victims Ice pan of galvanized iron 1 berries in a pre-coollng! plant ,

will play the Tornadoes a visit inches deep by 28 inches square where the air is rapidly circulated

on their own gridiron, which Is supported In a position Immediately about the fruit are three. (1)) The / '

took the short end of a 7-6 score in covering the center ice pan temperature of the fruit Is rapidly -

one of the hardest fought gamesof and the two compartments. The lowered below the danger point t nt ,

EditorinChiefHOPE LOW THIRD HONOR ROLL THE MOCKING BIRD last season's schedule. This top of the box la made of a single ((46 degrees F.) and ((2)) moat of : '' c

HATNES year we hope to give them a far layer of 7-8 In. cypress held to- the excess moisture, due to wash (I nl+

Managing Editor Billy Boulware, Edward Broch, After an English lesson on birds I SOCIETY I worse defeat than last. It Is high gether at the ends by battens. The ing the fruit, la evaporated and {

ROBINSGN Donald DuBois, Harry Kellum, these stanzas were originally com- Joyce Mast, Editor time, we must admist, for us to lid Is fastened to the box by mean the drying of the surface of the t

ELDREDGH1 Enos Hayes, Othma Haynes, Joe posed by Kate Andrews of Fifth give something. No one can say of four bolts, the lower ends of fruit will check the development of '

Exchange Editor Starling, Freeman Register, Les- : however, that our team lion a which are flattened and screwed Rhizopus rot. (3) Pre-cooled fruit v

ABBIE HARLEY ter McMillan, W. L. ThIgpen, Billy(lB. there was a little bird SOCIETY NEWS down grade. We can feel safe In to the inside of the box the other will require much less Ice In trans

Literary Editor Turnbull Herbert Harris Jacqueline And he was brown and gray, saying that not a single team has ends passing through holes In the I. portation to northern markets. J ""

LUCILLE EDWARDS Andrews, Elva Lee Elliott, The first time I ever met him Bunnle Canova, Lula Redgrave met us here thus far that has a battens of the lid which is held I. These conclusions are based oa

Edith Foijsyth( Dorothy Green Was on one winter day. Marjorie Stump and Dot Ritch better all around team than the secure by nuts. Canvass strips on the results of tests carried on durIng -

Sports Editor Joyce Hayes, Rivers Hundley, motored to Gainesville Friday af. Tornadoes. If our team could but the edge of the box serve as gaskets 1826-28 and also on experienced:

JOHN INMAN Pauline Jorfhs, Ferol Jones, Doris He came right up to me : ternoon. apply half the ability they possess, Drainage of melted ice I. of shipper who have precooledfruit '

Society Editor Kruse, Thelma Ricks Geraldine While I was sitting by the window I Clyde Morgan went to Jackson- defeat would be completely wiped effected through a hole from the before shipping It north. ;ui .

JOYCE MAST Silcox, Bertlce Silcox, Selma And his little eyes just told me ville Saturday afternoon. out of the picture. Now, la nun time top ice pan Into the center Ice In each of three testa made In '4

Class Reporters12th Thornton. That he got hungry In winter. The Glee Club girls gave a fifteen for our team and supporters to be pan thence through a drain to the 1927 an 80-quarT refrigerator of 4
1- minute program over WJAXin disheartened at our past record. outside. strawberries was cooled to 36 degrees 1t''

Grade Grade,Bunnie Jennie Canova Dunn HONOR ROLL, 2 A & S A I went and got him a few crumbs Jacksonville Saturday. We should look ahead at the four These pony refrigerators are returned Fahrenheit Iced and shipped ;I f'

11th And punched them the Mrs. H. B. McLendon spent a games we still have on the sched to the shipper as soon a. to New York with other refrigerators

Grade Marjorie Louise Stump Snyder 2 A-Carrie Belle Bennett Ellen plank; through few days in Hollywood, attendingthe ule. This means that we still have emptied and are used several times which had been hand s1

10th Grade,, Hazel Lennon Mersereau, Doris Grlffis Violet When he had eaten them all up Dental Convention with Dr. four whole games to show that we each season. If properly store led in the usual manner At des- 4 ; I 1o

9th Johnson, Edna Tyler. He wagged his tail as if to say- McLendon. We hope they enjoyedthe still have a football team, after when not In use they will last for tination the temperature of the ,

Joke Editors 3 A-Marlon Crews, Edward thanks. trip. alL many years. fruit both pre-cooled and not pre- c

CLYDE MORGANANNOUNCEMENT Barnes, Sara Bullock L'Etta Cor- Essie Sapp went, to Lake City, However, we cannot make any Caring For and Loading the Pony cooled. was about the same ((38 '
last Saturday afternoon. of to 40 F. but In
penlng Elma Johns, Cleone Kin- headway without the support Refrigerator degrees degrees )
SIXTH GRADE Lone Kelly had a party last the people. Therefore we still wish no cue was any rot found In the '
Chen Louise Stern Edith Mae i
Tay- should
lor Frances Saturday night. the support of every loyal footballfan (1) Pony refrigerators pre-cooled fruit, while some was ''rvYr
On Wednesday, Nov. 16th at 3 Winkler., Strickland, Julia The honor roll for Miss Jacobs' Among those attending "The at 3:30 Friday afternoon.The be clean and thoroughly dry before present in the fruit which had not
Mrs. R.
o'clock the P. T. A. will conveneL teacher. Demorest, 6th grade: Mary Harriet Bishop, Big Broadcast" Friday afternoonwere admission will be ZOO and being loaded with strawberries been pre-cooled. In all three tests t' '

the B. H. S. auditorium. The Jeanne Bouvler, Lora Frazee, Junior : Bunnie Canova, Lula Red. 35c. ((2)) The center ice pan should bAiled I at destination the refrigerator of {

are always Interesting. Adklns Lorraine Hartman, grave, Dot Ritch Georgia Haynes : with Ice previous to loading pre-cooled fruit had twice as much ) I'

be programs! p. T. A. dues poster will be FOURTH B GRADE REPORT Gloria Johns Mary Jane Judd, N. Marjorie Stump. Marjorie: "They laughed whenI with the fruit as this will cool unmelted ice> in It as did the refrigerator { i

,sown for the first time next Wed- T. Ritch, Vernon Silcox Doris Our B. H. S. Glee Club girls sat down at the .piano." the refrigerator somewhat (3)) of fruit not precooled.Thus d

nesdaY. It will create interest In Honor Roll: Eloise Hayes, Mary Strickland Doshia Smith. went to Jacksonville and sang over S. R.: "YesT".Marjorie After the fruit Is loaded the top pre-cooled fruit can bo shipped 1.

|the race for the annual prize given Belle Howard Gladys Johnson, Ralph Dubois, Lloyd Edwards, i WJAX. Those who went were: "The stool wasn't layer should be covered with a to more distant markets without I

BIO the room having the largest Carolyn Keen, Frances Overotreet Clara Flume, Sidney Grlffis, Theo- Ruth Rowe, Elaine Wynn Kitty there." tough waterproof paper which ha re-Icing of the pony refriger-

{number of paid-up members among Katherine Stafford Elizabeth dore Goodge, Elease Maples, Henry Hogged Marjorie Stump Lois been cut wide and long enough to ator being required

| Wells, Melvin Wiggins, Billy Grlf1s. McKelvey. J. L. Morgan, Mae Pre- Long, Lois Adkins, Martha Brown Miss Florence: "How many days allow 1 Inch to be tucked down A
tbelr patrons. Mrs. Herbert Hart teacher. vatt, Earnest Phillips Melba Pre-,'lee Rhoda Zeigler, Frances HemIingway has each month t"A over the edges of the cups. This Fra-Coollng Car-Lot of Straw- 6v

We have a new pupil that came vatt Doris Silcox George Silcox | Mildred Hundley, Eliza- E.: "Thirty days has September. will conduct any water accumulated INIrrl.

HONOR ROLL LOW FIRST from Rutherford, N. J. His nameis Allle Mae Slade Mellie Silcox, beth Hollingsworth and Annie! All the rest I can't remem on top of the paper down the Tests have shown the advisability
.100.-- Robert Kleawetter. Mary Lee Stafford. Mrs. Boree, Laura Tucker. ber. The calendar hangs there on sides of the refrigerator, thus pro- of pre-coollng strawberries before '

Jerry Bouvler Charles Jones, Coy Simmons has been absent teacher. the wall. Why bother me with tecting the cups of fruit below I shipment, as fruit so treated
Bonn White, Jr., .J. A. Martinez, : since Thursday. Andrew Griffis has -.-- this at all?" from becoming wet. ((4)) The top arrives on the northern market in li f'rbetter

gory Esther Crews Marjorie Da- been sick for several days. Edith SEVENTH GRADE NEWS ALACHUA 111011 DEFEATS Ice pan is set In place. Iced and condition.
Ivlt Marie Dixon Ruth Powell, Jones and Robert Sullivan were I BHADFOH 111011 10-6 the box allowed to stand as longas I During the years 1028-29, the

Il/jla Tyler, Alberta Woodward 10Thomas. absent Monday. :Explorer: In the past the Eski SOPHOMORE NEWS possible with the lid off. This U. S. Department of Agriculture)

Miss Olive Ray, teacher. mo's used to eat candles. (By Lester Schnell.) allows some of the field heat and devised and perfected electric
With the aid of'a fine runningand Miss Dorothy Sapp and Eliza blowers which can be lowered into f' '
FIFITII GRADE NEWS I Hekler: And now I suppose they beth \ moisture on fruit due to washing
Holllngsworth were visitingin
passing attack the Alachua the bunkers of cars after they are
I the box.
eat electric light globes. to escape from refrigerator -
High eleven racked up a 19-6 decision Gainesville Sunday. loaded and used to pre-cool the
The fifth grade gave the follow Is then re-Iced and the
over Bradford High's Tornadoes Misses Frances Hemingway, fruit In the car. The grat-
low first grade is very glad ing program In chapel Monday: The seventh and eighth gradeshad lid fastened In place.It upper
Mildred Elizabeth Hoi
Hundley, ie
The Alachua offense was ing of each bulk-head Is covered
Its welcome back to its room little : ((1) A piano solo The Elfin Dance, a splendid basketball game In Jacksonville la bad practice to place warm,
of the more elusive type, although lingsworth were with strips, leaving an CS 41 e
larold Crews, who has been out of by Margaret Lowry; ((2)) A read- last week. The score was very backed Saturday, where they broadc8.ltover moist fruit In an Iced refrigerator paper opening
by plenty of punch. just in front of the blower.
Idiool several weeks with a broken Ing, In Flanders Fields, by Ruth close 12-10 In favor of the eighth WJAX. and Immediately fasten down the
They kept their plays well mixedup The bunkers are filled with Ice
/ arm. The little folks seemed Wyman and Tommy Ritch; ((3)) A grade. They played an exciting lid, because a sweating process
Miss Sat-
Dorothy Sapp spent ?
: reverses, a quick cut back over and then salt is added amounting
1.0: be at home on the stage Friday song, The Marching Soldiers by the game from start to finish. often takes place which cause 'd
tackle, and now and then a running urday in Jacksonville with Miss to 3 cent of the Ice capacity of } '
looming as they rendered their fifth grade; ((4)) A reading Some Honor Roll: Billy Long, Carol Josephine Green. the accumulation of moisture on per
Despite the steady each bunker. Then the blowersare ,
health and temperance memory American Flags, by six pupils of White, Gracie Pitzer, Billy Pow- pass. Miss Louise Kite was In Jacksonville the bottom and sides of the top
winds, the Alachua outfit surprisedthe lowered into place, either two
geDlS. the fifth grade. ell, L. O. Jones, Jr., Roswell Noe- Ice pan with a subsequent drip of
Tornadoes by unleashing a fine Saturday. or four blowers used. If four '
Those on the honor roll for this Our boys' baseball team playedthe gel Thelma Wynn Patsy Edmond water onto the fruit below. Under being
Miss Torode
passing attack, which always Mary Lucille mo- are used, one blower Is lowered ej'
I month are: Robert Starling, Betty sixth grade Friday and lost. son. such treatment the fruit will
tored to Jacksonville
proved a constant threat. The Sunday. each hatch It two
I Ruth Anders, Juanlta Maples, The score was 5-4 in favor of the often arrive at its destination In a through ; are '
JAdraln Klnchen, Doris Goodge, sixth grade. We hope to win the EIGHTH GRADE HONOR ROLLAl four passes completed by them SENIOR NEWS' soft and moldly condition. used, they are placed one in each l !
Elise Greene were good for an average of about bunker and diagonally opposite.
Thelma Prevatt, next game. Efficiency of Pony Refrigerator }
twenty yards each. The first of The blowers are then started. Cold
[Matthew McKinney, Donald Bag- We have a new pupil Derlll Lee Carlisle During 1027 some 300 Inspec-
Kay Don Stilley them was good for fifteen yard The seniors had the pleasure of air Is sucked the bunk I
I well, Russell Gatlin and Doris Pre- from Tampa. We are glad to welcome Irene Davis Eula Mae Dyal, Mar- having Mrs. Llefeld as their substitute tions were made of fruit at destination up through
and a touchdown. The long passe ers and blown out over the load of J ,
ittt. him, as he seems to be an all- tha Slade. i teacher during the absence and temperatures of the '
really made possible most of Alachua's fruit In the works down
Doris Prevatt Is the star pupil of around good fellow. of Mrs. McLendon last week. We fruit were taken. These tempera- car ,
I Km Underbill's room having made: Honor Roll: Billy Jackson, Tom NINTH GRADE HONOR ROLL scoring. The visitors hada hope that Mrs. Liefeld will come tures ranged from 36 to 46 degrees 'I through the fruit and returns un-
but der the II
very light team they were floor racks to the bunker. fi
|V plus on all her lessons. I Mersereau Herbert Prescott, Em- over and visit our school again. Fahrenheit the majority being
backed of football This Is r'f,
I by plenty just the reverse of the nat
mett Perryman, W. S. Rivers, Poor Seniors! The near 38 degrees Fahrenheit. This
The honor roll students of the brains. The plays were called more we< ural circulation of air in the refrigerator
HONOR ROLL, FIRST A B i I Ralph Rhodes, Jesse Ricks, Tom- ninth grade for this month were: splendidly, and the interferencewas study English the more we find shows that under the air temperatures car The cars are then ,

I my Ritch, Juanlta Barefoot Ruby Lois Judd Ivan Sponholtz, Peg clicking in fine form. The boys that we do not know anything. The existing at the northern destination blown until the fruit temperature av, )
Joe English Keeffe Pitts Marie Conner, Margaret Lowry, Ruth points at that time the
gie Turnbull Elaine Wynn. were no slouches when It came to only thing we can do Is study and ranges between 30-40 degrees F..
DuBois, Doris Mae Gaffney. Miss Wyman Cleone Edmondson. Miss scratch our heads.In final temperature of fruit producedby
either. We the time 1
punting were not required being 4 to 7
[Madge/ Mlddleton teacher. Eunice Perkins, teacher. I TENTH GRADE HONOR ROLL beaten our last meeting we decidedon the pony refrigerator Is satisfactory hours
I by a second-rate team by depending upon the Initial
= since Rhizopus rot develops -
I class
-- our flower and color. We
It of the fruit
any means. was really a fine temperature when
SECOND GRADE HONOR ROLL FOURTH A 10 A: Audrey Carlisle, Ruby. team we were up against. Aboveall have not yet decided on our mot- but slowly below 46 degrees loaded The blowers are then removed -

-- Shaw Edward Wainwright Anita Alachua showed fine sportsmanship to. Since we have decided on our Fahrenheit. However, this low and the paper strip torn

The second grade enrolled Doug- Melba Anders, Levy Burnsed, Wainwright, Martha Powell, Lou- aside from one bad foul ring and pin question we hope to temperature must be reached rap From the bulk-head gratings so as L'

|lu Kleawetter from Rutherford, Grace Green, Irene Goodge Rob- ise Snyder Leecy Fogg, Jimmy which occured accidentally.The obtain them by Christmas.The idly to prevent the development of to allow natural circulation of air-

N. J., making our enrollment for- ert Kirkland, Florence Mersereau, Moore, Dorothy Sapp. Tornado's first-string simply seniors are very proud of this rot. to take place. I)+ ,y

| tyflve. Margaret Pearce, Alice Peterson 10 B: Jessie Mae Brannen, could not get Into stride. It's an eleventh grade pupil Gratton Consequently, the pony refrigerator The cost of this pre-cooling Is 9

The honor roll for the second Bernice Stanley and Vernon Nut- Keeffe Harrell, Blake Jackson, passing defense was terribly poor Cooper, who made 98 on twelfth was tested to determine the very low when compared with the, ( h
I month is Joe Andrews Richard This Is rapidity with which the temperature -
: Herbert Packham. grade history. the firs cost of
tal.Fifth They were baffled by reverses. a pre-coollng plant.
seal, George Jimmie Grlf time in three that 98 of the fruit Is lowered. These
Flynn, B: Ruth Brantley, Eva Their punt returning was very over years blowers cost from 1100 to $125 :
lie, Douglas Pltzer. Gloria Buford, Parrish and O. O. Pitzer. Miss 12TII GRADE HONOR ROLL weak. has been made on a history teat tests were accomplished by means each and are of 1-3 horsepower t
ji i
Ethel Mae Coleman, Ida Lulu Da- Edna Strickland, teacher. The playing of :'Inman j at end of electric thermometers of the using 1.2 kilowatt of electricity

VII, Dorothy Lee Johns, Alvertine Lucille Edwards Abbie Harley, thermocouple-potentiometer type, hour. I
was a big factor in the defensive per
Johnson, Carrie Mae Stafford Plant City Harper Lumber Hope Haynes, John Inman, Thorn- the thermocouples being placed in Next Week Dls-
line. He showed great ability In STRAWBERRY PRODUCTIONBy : Strawberry
Barbara Snow. Sara Sewell. Clarke and Manufacturlrig Co., purchasedtwo ton Johns, Genevieve Kenly Hat- fruit and air at various points '
stopping plays which would have A. N. Brooks. J. R. Watson eases. ,
Thomas, Bessie Tyler. Mrs. H. 39 horsepower motors to be Installed mon Morgan, Mildred Morgan, within the pony refrigerator and ..t u
otherwise resulted In good gains and Harold Mowry
C. hourly reading taken. The
Ritch, teacher. in millwork plant. Clyde Morgan. results -
Limit your kill instead of kill
He himself first class
proved a of these tests ahow that the t s
-- your limit should be the order of
wingman/ every respect.A temperatures are lowered from 20
SCHOOL Shipping the day for duck hunting this I P
DAYS team consisting mostly of the to 26 degrees Fahrenheit in the u,'
By DWIG Tornado second string was sent In Starting with the season 1020-30 first 24 hours. When the Initial f.A F'
refrigerator car service Let the hogs harvest their own,
at the third quarter. For a while express temperature of the fruit was tartly {
was extended to Florida area so feed. This saves time and labor. they how
were the
high ((75 degrees to 83 degrees F)
I game of football is really played. that at the present time most of it was not lowered to 46 degrees I -

They were Hashing line smashes the strawberries are shipped out Fahrenheit until 80 to 36 hour after SAVE JOHN RUSKIN
of the state by this although -
end runs and tackle <';!'vea with means the closing of the refrigerator.
amazing ability. However, they freight refrigerator car Thus the pony refrigerator does I CIGAR B AN DS r !
service Is also used to small
eventually to the a ex-
gave way regulars not cool the fruit down quickly
',:tf..t.. :'\rJ in the last period. From hereon tent and some pony refrigeratorsare enough to prevent the developmentof
the Tornadoes used for small shipments to' Ask your dealer) ,
1 played
fif a very Rhizopus when present.ATLAS .- _
of football. towns which cannot be served by for
passable type Just at new Premiuml!

J a time when the chances were carlots or, in some cases to certain o _,_,_ .. .. ... r .. _- .
looking very slim for anythingbut types of high class\ trade. The V ;' Catalog. AforeiIlnvunn
: d
,ldrrEietMrr a shutout for Bradford an un- pony refrigerator was used to a 'yam; { to-.
great extent during former years
expected thing happened. The ball
Its% lm / was at about mld eld. On a reverse and most of them were built to

+ B. Tison ran the weaker of hold 80 quarts, although\ there in JOHN!
q ef 1 ,
were some of 64 and 32 quart ca
the Alachua ends
got through the The Standard Oil RUSKIN.making
pacities.The .
first defense and sprinted twenty

yards before the defensive half gota pony refrigerator Is the result Tire GuaranteedOne 'r:1.: it the gr. ntest.
firm under the of much experimentation on
grip chin and value 5c.
jerked him to the ground. The the part of shippers in the efforta YearFrigidaire cigar at :

result was a fifteen yard penaltyfor secure a container that wouldbe Smoke the site

Swwe Alachua. Edwards > satisfactory for transporting '
then crashed ;
through and sidestepped the the fruit to distant markets. The .*.....**..* < you prefer -

run whole Alachua backfield for a drat "refrigerators" were huge ,1':1.? : Perfecto Extra or_

Yt'f e ZOc' touchdown. This sent a tingle of boxes having a capacity of 320 to Panetela. '

deflnance into the Tornadoes and 480 quarts of berries and several
.r. a plus w s4t45 they struggled valiantly to keep hundred pounds of ice. These

T their foothold until the final containers were aptly termed"jumbo"

w o"E whistle blew. Had they settled Because of the weight the three year guar- :* NOW t
and unwleldly nature of the jumbos "
e 4 down to business and played this
CIRCUS o h, ppyy type of football from the very I several types of smaller boxes anted electric refrigerator w+ MORE HAVANA "rzp.cnwprs
were later substituted and from
s start, a bewildered and trodden
flI V- ri team might have returned home to these the present pony was gradually r

A f rrrrr Alachua. evolved. v } i", !
w The common form of 80-quart ll/

HONOR ROLL 11B AND 11A pony> refrigerator is a box 26 For sale bySmith's
CIRt vS"t"+ N r; inches high and 34 inches square

Bunnle Canova Gratton Cooper, The walla are built of two layersof

S. R. Johns Alta Rhame, Glenn cypress reinforced at the edges
Wood. and corner The maid la divided Service

Kitty Hogsed Lois AdlOns, Lois Into two equal compartments by a

Long Martha Brownlee Marjorie alvanUed; Iron Ice pan 5 Inches 0 Ai Air

f "h 4 Louise Jackson. wide and 13 1-2 Inches deep, extending -
ree Stump,
T StationStarke
fy erw JIYii F the width of the box. Ven-

Plant City Interlocking plantat llatlng strip 7-8 In. x 1 Inch are

4 tlarj To ti* : crossing of Atlantic Coast Line fastened vertically on the Inside Fla.

and Seaboard Air Line railways wall and across the bottom of IOc IsO.
here being moved downstairs. each compartment and are sow _. .. 11" ... .. ... ..... ;

.."' \ .14\\lI'n""j\ !; .. ;.,' s,a."-:nlv\ I I11rli'l\ f+: ,, \" :'!'a-ffN' ;:"' wu, .. .'Mn.W| ,/ttf'",>", "Y r.uv., .' Nr )lv't. '., ..w dn4 dfnRi.n.7rr 114'fai'o'' nAi"M+ ,I
.J .I.'t .
.. :' "f'I! t' .
I ._....... ...._.. ......... '" .u....: ; ... _,r. \'. ;"; ,, ;" ----.-- --
......'I"I. ._ '''"f. ..,..." .. +, _" ;-9'>_ __._. -

"' ....-.-.. -'-_.....- '
"..' : .,. .' ,
\ .. .
,, ..
p' + at ., '

: ::

_. fi, ...
"'''; ==
-- -
'- --- ------- ----- -- "
---- -- ---
IW. M. S. CHICLESENTERTAINED "The Return of Martha and George Mrs. D. P. Carpenter, Mrs. E.: M. Crews were business visitors to Bast.

( MONDAYThe Washington'' was presented by Davis, Mrs. J. H Lord, Mrs. O. P. Lawtey Tuesday. The assessement nf < ;" +
.Id oenifuW'In rnprwl
Miss Marjorle Stump Charles Raymond Mrs. M. W. Morrow, and Miss Ethel Ricks and C. M. Grit. the ih no-uf ila., .. ?:"?,' a.'.
[1 ,1oclctilJ f circle of the Woman's Missionary Pender, Miss Genevieve Kenly andS. Dr. A. E.: Dunham. fls were In Starke Tuesday. deemed UnleRB acrotdl'ic said 1 certificate' : 4111 Eerdt: ,,,

Society of the Methodist R. Johns, Jr I Hostesses for the afternoonwere f oVIn.cem'e'rV'.L'AS iliaddip,
church met Monday afternoon and i' : Mrs. EL: M. Davis, Mrs. A. Z. '
The historical exhibit were on ." this ,
Adkins Mrs. H. H. Miss 7t" -' "' !
carried out interesting: programs display in the Bun parlor. Amongthe Young, SAXTONMiss 1981. "ovembegt
The Noble White Circle was entertained most interning were two love Pearl Jordan Mrs W. I* Wall, G. W. AT.DER'fAN

V.:T. A. TO MEET WEDNESDAY BIRTIIDAY PARTY GIVEN by Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, at her ly old hand-painted portraits of direct ?Mrs. .J. E.. Wilson. Viola Tyler, Cor. (Seal) Bradford Clerk County..r Circuit, F'C,U.t,
e 11.11.tt-12.9, rids..
home on North Walnut street, descendants of George Wash.
F The Parent-Teachers' Association A merry party honoringMar y which was made more attractive of the
ington and a whole set novelist -
will meet next Wednesday, Satur- Mra. W. R. Swanbom was visit
Alice was given
Yarbrough with vases of roses and baskets of library dated 1781. The.ewere HIGHLAND
N Nov, 16th, at 3 o'clock In the high day afternoon by Mrs. R. S. Fer- yellow chrysanthemums exhibited by. Mrs L. H. Hill I ing Mrs.. H. D. Tyler Saturday af

school auditorium. nandes at her home, the occasion Mrs. M. E. Edwards conductedthe of Lawtey Mrs..H. H. Young had M. E. Crews, Cor. ternoon.Mr
Raymond and Jay Brant
being Mary Alice's fourth birthday.A devotional service, and was A lovely "coverlet And the flail
n N :AHKENDT-WILLIAMS happy time was had by the followed by Miss Amelia Ray discussing wheel on which the-thread WU' were the guests of Mr. H. D, Tyler -
Mrs. Leslie Griffls and Mrs
young guests in playing': outdoor a chapter from Korea the Saturday. -? n
for it. Mrs. O.
f Mr. and Mrs. T. Williams announce games, and at the close of the afternoon Land of Dawn. Mrs. Berta Olsen Haynes spun had malting china that was Drake of Maxvllle visited Mr. Mr. Crockett )Sumner': and Mr.
the marriage of their ice cream and cake was talked Interestingly on our church' in 1819. Ruth Man Friday Afternoon Leo Edwards were the guests of
from England
daughter, Merrill to.Mr. Gerhardt served. Favors were candy guns work In China, referring especially Mrs.brought J. M Mitchell had personal Mr. and Mra. :M. Carter spent Mr. Arthur Taylor Sunday.

,f, Ahrendt of Relaford, N. J., No- for boys, and popcorn in novelty to the time Just after the war belongings .of 'Princess Murat a Friday hi Jacksonville. Miss Dorothy Swanbom was
vember 9th, 1932. Starke, Flo. bags for the girls Assisting Mrs. between China and: Japan. niece of George Washington. Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. George Wilkinsonand shopping in. Lawtey Saturday af-
the weekendat
Mr, and Mrs. Ahrendt were married Fernandez were her daughter, children spent ternoon.
feature of the after.
A had 150 old.
pleasing Dover a picture years
Lawtey with relatives. Miss Boots Brown of Double Run Because
I at the borne of the bride's parents Miss Isabel Fernandez, and Mrs. the Mrs E. M.
talk by Dr. Continental
noon was Lowry had money
afternoon at three Mr. and Mrs. M. Carter and children and Mr. Joe Brantley of Harts-
,J Wednesday Frank Hoover. Johns on the subject of cathedralsand made in 1776 under the reign of
'the and Mra. William Converse burg were the guests of Misses You Need
o'clock with Dr. Geo. H. Lowry, officiating. Enjoying the afternoon with lands. As Iff
chapels In foreign King George, also a quilt 120
were shopping In Starke Saturday Viola and
A number of friends Tyler Sunday.
young hostess were the following:
Johns the summer old. bad saltcellar
I, i Mrs. spent past years Mrs. Wyman a afternoon. i
and relatives were present at the Frances Alderman, Josephine Mr. and Mrs. Wllmot were the Insurance is a nccessltya'protective
of interest
:abroad visiting many points ; coined from silver. Mrs. S.
Miss Francis of
Starling Clay guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Tyler
ceremony. Johns, Nina Bishop, Margaret and
: her graphic descriptionswere H. Dodd of Theressa bad several Hill spent Sunday here with her necessity, guard
Joe'Montieth, Barbara, Patsy and Sunday afternoon. ing you against fire losses
much enjoyed by her listen- interesting 'exhibits among them sister I
Mrs. Effie
l' BAPTIST W. M. 8. CIRCLES TO Caroline Keen, Doria and Helen Mr. H. D. Tyler is very sick, and every day which
She of NotreDame tea made In 1800. A
era. spoke especially was a pot Mrs. Nelson T. Green and amount to
t MEET MONDAY: AFTERNOON Kruse, lo, Iris and Mava Lee chllndren we hope he will have a speedy re- more than half
Rhelraa St.
the cathedral at gorgeous shawll11ad.- hV 1850 was of Starke, here a billion
spent Tuesday
Thomas, Othma Haynes, Maurice Peter's at Rome and the' Medici displayed by'1" 'Mra. Fernandez.i with her mother Mra. H. C. Wlm dollars a year.
Circles of the Baptist W. M. S. Edwards, Jr., Junior Harley, Merry
that contains the marvel Wishes old Miss'
chapel over 100'years by berly. IMOTICK OK APPLICATION: FOIL You never know when
will meet Monday afternoon as follows Beth and Charles Knight, Ruth and TAX DEED fire
Iou work of Loca Sweat old hand-woven
II sculpture vn--
Rev. J. L. Strickland of Max- Notice If hereby given, that Eva occurs on your premises, but
: Circle No.1 with Mrs. J. M. Mary Powell, Freddie Wimberly, I
coverlet and brass candlesticks
I : by vine held regular services at the3aptlst A. Grant holder of tax certificateNo. adequate stock fire
Urownlee, as leader, will meet at Madge Brownlee, Granville Lewla, I Mrs. Adkins, assisted by her Mrs. L. A. Davis. A handspun and church 198. 7th day of July A. D. 1930, Insurance
: the home of Mrs. E. C. Priest at Jr.. Beverly Parks, J. A. Martinez, daughter, Miss Lois Adkins serveda hand-woven counterpane by Mrs. Strawberry Sunday.throughout i nan fice I lied and said made certificate application: in for my tax of assures section you of sound pro(

j' 2:30: o'clock. Circle No. 2 with Betty and Enos Hayes, Joan Dob-I dainty salad course with hot tea. Redgrave. this section have growers been deed to Issue thereon In accordancewith
I :Mrs. I.. G. Powell, as leader, will row, Patsy Ruth and Bill Waln- circle members quite busy law. Said certificate embrace
Seventeen were
Others having exhibits of historIcal setting and resetting strawberry the following described property, HAROLD C.
meet home of W. H. t WALLINSURANCE
;: at the Mrs. wright Ida Lulu and Marjorie Da-
situated In
present.The Bradford county, Flor
S. Wil- the
interest were: Mrs. T. plants since rains of the past
Perkins at 3 o'clock. Circle No. 3 vie. Hazel Fields, Betty and Bar- ida to-wlt
Peek Circle
Harriet was liams, Mrs. W; B. Parks, Mrs. J. few days Wft of Lot S & All of Lot 5of
t will meet at the home of Mrs. J.
ney McRae Mack Futch, Martha entertained by Mrs. J. W. Andrews, W. Morgan, Dr. W. E. Middleton George Wilkinson and F. M. Blk. 1 Town of Lawtey West of
; II. Lord at 3 o'clock with Mrs. 0.t Klckllter Bobble Biggs, Gloria Mra. L. D. Green and Mrs. A. H. I Railroad Heo. 13. Twp. 5 8. R. IS STARKE. FLORIDA

P. Raymond leader. Buford Jacqueline and Buddy Andrews Harley, Jr., at Mrs. Andrews' 2POHT OF SCHOOL FUNDS BRADFORD COUNTY: FOR TUB PBIIIOIJ RNDINO JI7NI3 84''.. 1089: --
John Anderson. Jackie Joe : The following: report of the receipts and dl.burneiuentu of the) school funds of Bradford County for the
home on West Madison street. Mrs. the balance and amount of warrants outstanding and a statement of the assets and II period ending June 80th, 19SJ. with
4i EDDY RAYMOND HONORED Murden Juanita and Sarah Barefoot J. H. Ritch had charge of the wor- ford County a. reported on the 80th day of June, 1932, by the Board of Public Instruction' and.ha.n auwM the value d of school of Public property Instruc of \the said Prad-
;: WITH DINNER PARTY Olin White, Jr. B. C Holtzen- ship service and Mrs E. K. Perry- published under the provision of Chapter 6818 Acts of.1916 Lawn of Florida. ERNEST: AMOS. ComptrollerF&NDS Inn is hrrebr

dorf, Leonard and Blllle Smith, man led the lesson study 'about ... _. -
1 Mrs G. P. Raymond entertained Wanda Pearce, Lyle Anderson, conditions in Korea. The hostesses n '.:j. ;i; ti w: :! v::

:Monday evening with a dinner Marjorie Sue Middleton, George served dainty refreshments to i 5'; .) .:. .; e :! I .
f party la: honor of her son, Eddy, Flynn, Jr., Billie Blakely. fourteen guests.At "- g .',_ .+Q A a f i
i: who was thirteen years old at this 'I .'------ each circle there was displayed '" I G' P !W: :! 00 0 I W : I ..
time. GRANVILLE LEWIS, JR. lilt lilt II' c: 0 c C:;
a sample shoe rack, which w ) Q Q was .f-.f! lID lID
\' ,
,, '\The home was lovely for this CELEBRATES BIRTHDAY the society Is now selling tor the 4 :I. -' ; ': ) : :; e. V .f! ..5 d.A "
of"cosmos t "-in n/i) '''u; r $ dt7C1:' a :! o:: wQn Ma a .. $::; o
party, quantities :: ::: .
wua benefit of the local work. These ,' .. s "o 1: 3
fi flowers Wednesday happy day for V wt/ t a a a .:! :I ;; ;;
other being used to ad shoe racks are manufactured In ... !I ... 1 W 11 1'.; 1 1.Z. .. oI
vantage. After a delicious dinner GranvlUe Kirk Lewis, Jr., when he J. .... ,'" "" .. ;; .. ... "" .Q.
I;, the young host and his guests Invited a number of his young Starke and are made of handturned 1"I. A A 0 0 a::' A' AA 0 o' o c
cypress-they make a neat and 4.
friends to his home to help him I I. I
,1}j spent a pleasant evening in play.I celebrate his fifth very useful article for any bed General School; .*,._-___-.-._-____-__ 6.S8M8 -______ 104.01 _. 106,950.6009.18 _____ ___ __ _
Thou birthday. ..._____ ___ __ u-i- -w- --- BUt I II
Ing games. present were: Special Tax School Dlst. 1.83S.80 6.240.85 ____ ; :
Leslie Powell Yellow chysanthemums, cosmosand room. The shoe rack sells for Bond I. 8. Diet __________________1M80.65 ______ ___ __ JI.a:! ltift\l\ 95'zo "8-u '78000.00 -- II f500l5! 6,08488
e r Taylor,Biggs Billy, Billy Taylor, Marlon, Andrew Wll marigolds in baskets and vases be ninety used cents at home., and the proceeds will Total ---, ___________________21,413.1, 8.240.85 104.01 78,000.00 134:01.86: 184,868.77: : 895.10' t.)8.ff 78,000.00; i 8.87.6 5 22,817.24 14tla29:

: were tastefully arranged about the '. ,ASSETS! AND LIABILITIES
t llama, Billy Long, and Paul Ray Assets VALVE OF SCHOOL PIIOPKHTV
Dr. .
rooms and during the afternoon, -
mond. Balance Cash In Depository, General 1,084.13 lspl7510
{ games were enjoyed. ,WOMAN'S CLUB Unoollected Taxes, General ___-__--_-__--_-__--_-_-_-___ 4,021.49 School houses and lots
------ _
Later the little guests were invited CELEBRATES WASHINGTONIHCENTENNIAL Overdraft Special Tai: District ____________________ 2.415,88' Hrhool School apparatus furniture -.-- 2.08000. 00Uncollect.d
; __
Taxed Special Tax District
1 MR. AND MRS.'F. F. Into the dining room and centering Cash Depository.. Bond I. *.. 8.District_.14,84".4 Other school properly J,660.01
", STUMP ENTERTAIN the table was a large birthday Uncollected Liabilities;Taxes. Bond 1. A 8. District ____________ 3,597.08 _

x cake on which burned five One of the most Interesting Warrant Outstanding Current, General ____. .. ..___ 208.80
;, A delightful affair of Thursday small candles. Orange Dixie cups meetings ever held In the Woman's Bond Outstanding Refunding General -. ____ .. .. 40,000.00
"t the Bond OutstandingBond 1. &. Dist __.______.___. 85Oilt/OO
evening was bridge party given and cake were served the guests, Club was held Wednesday afternoon -

'1i by Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Stump and favors were' crickets and can Nov.,9'with a patriotic pro Total :- --- -___ .-_____ -.31,747.8) 12S.623.t3 Total ____ 181,490.60
, d club at their home on Walnut grandmother, Mrs. Llllle-Lewis' In and home crafts. ,
'J. street. j I entertaining Mrs. C. The club decorated
were D. rooms were
," ,'' The lower floor of the home was l Shank Mrs. J. C. Robinson and 'Ifs baskets and bowls of roses and PleeZing Coffee is Blended from the World's Choicest Coffee Grown

;* open ensulte and.tastefully, deco- MIa Vera Claire Robinson.' chrysanthemums and adding dig

\ rued for the' occasion with a va- Those invited were! Marguerite I nity to the occasion were the co-

/ of garden flowers and pot Fowler, lo, Iris and Mave Lee lonial costumes worn by Miss

| plants. There were four tables at Thomas Margaret Montieth,Gran- I Pearl Jordan one of the hostesses

I play and at the conclusion of the cis Alderman, Ida Lulu and Marjorie (Mrs. Middleton the president and PLEEZINGFOOD
i game scores were totaled and Davis, Hazel Flelda, Doris '''Mrs. Parks, secretary.

i|, prizes given the winners. Mrs., D. Crews, Virginia Anderson, Patsy The song "America", was Bung

i< Montieth_ and ,Mr. N. Sternberg Ruth Walnwrlght, Fay_ Louise followed with prayer by Dr. Q. P.

4'; made high scores for the evening, and Mary Alice Yarbrough, Merry JtaY; Qnd. The regular business

V ,twtl< Mrs, Nat TurnbuU and Dr.E"L. Beth Knight, Doris Kruse, Wanda wag transacted. Mrs. W E. Mid-

.'.1' \,: Biggs were low. Pearce, Margaret and MelbaStrlngteUow. dleton Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and Mrs. STORESSPECIALS
,The hostess assisted by her Gloria Buford, Betty C. K. Perrymai) were elected delegates .

r. daughters Misses Marjorie, andY Lewis Shank, Joan Dobrow, Sarah to the sectional club meetIng -
Lillian Stump served a salad and Juanita Barefoot, Betty Hayes, to be held In Jacksonville with

;, course to the following guests: Betty McRae, Billy Blakely, Lyle Mrs. L. A. Davis, Mrs Edward

.,f ;;Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Mon. Anderson, John Anderson, Mackrutch Burns Miss Pearl Jordan, alternates FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY NOVEMBER' 11 & 12
ticth. Dr. and Mra. E.: L. Sonny Haynes, Charles Mrs. L. S.. Chapman. Mrs.L. ,
f' Btggs, Mr. and Mrs. L. D. VInIng, Knight Coolidge Gassett. Olin A. Gray and Mrs. George Kenly ,

'Mr/ and Mrs. C. A, Knight, Mr. White, Jr., Maurice ''Edwards: 'Jr., were elected to membership of the

I and. Mrs. O. L. Beasley, Mr. and BUI Wainwright George Flynn Jr., club.., Plee-Zing Milk" FLOUR"
|% :Mrs J. C. Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Montieth, Jackie Joe Murden Mrs L. D. Green chairman of .

| N; Sternberg, Mrs. Nat TurnbuU. and Buddy Andrews. American Home, presented .Or G. "
PLEE-ZING 6 Ibs. 19c 12 lbs. 34c 24 Ibs. 64c
.. H. Lowry, who gave a moat inspiring Tall Cans ,.,w..-______. 5c _______ .;. ; ,
r H------- -- \ talk on "George Washing (Plain of Self-Rising)

I were ton's sung Influence by Mrs.Today.J. W." Two Andrews solos, Fancy Long GrainRICE RAMBLER ___ .__6 Ibs., 17c; 12 Ibs., 29c; 24 Ibs., 53

1 .A HEALTH &, HOME I Jr., (a) "Silver Threads Amongthe 5 Ibs. ______...,,_ .15c

:;! Gold"J: (b) "Long Long Ago"; '

;:; +I Practical Studies for '1J 'JIU : iand -, '- she was accompanied by Mrs. H.V. Potatoes, 10 lbs. ___ 15c COFFEEPLEEZING
(, If. g h J t Knight at the piano.. A playlet:

e7)tothers Onions VAC.: CAN, 1 Ib. ___ _____________ 33c
I 3 Ibs. ____w10c.
Dj Dr.ERNEST H. LINES FRESH GROUND lb. _.___________________._ 16c
1 'i> BmhtM and Chltf MH..I riilUll OVfRVOR -
f _.. N.A..2 ii- ,-Cmm.,.-, Eo

,t' > ; NERVES Meal or Grits Pure Creamery Butter lb. = 24c
: '
they reach this ago, chfljren may have meat In small quantities

I|I VY By this time three meals day are usually sufficient although some w SUGAR,' 5 Ibs. --.1'-1--- ___ ......- -. .21c Plee-Zing Mince Meat, 9 oz. pkg. __ 10c
t children need a little food in the middle of the morning or in the afternoon. '
'y I i Dinner for children is beet served at noon as a heavy meal at night. oomes Plee-Zing Fancy Cocoa, 1 Ib. jar -, 25c Libby's Cut Beets No. '3 can ___ 12 1-2

J' { too near bedtime. In many oases Parents often wonder if a child MOPS'AND BROOMS, each _____ _- 15c Peaches, California No. 2 1-2 can 12 l-2c
it t this Is not possible. When it is
\ noeewary to serve the main meal at should be allowed to eat freely ofsweet PEANUT BUTTER, 1 Ib. jar, ._ .- 10c Demand Plee-Zing Cake Flour for
: night, it I is especially advisable to in- things. Sugar, of course, is
t I. j elude a variety of cooked vegetables merely a form of carbohydrate and PINK SALMON, 1-2's can _______ __ 5c your Fruit Cake, special __ __-.__ 21c

i with milk and bread. the amount important of carbohydrate point is the taken total in Plee-Zing Pure Extract, 15c size ____ ,10cPleejZing We have just received a full line of- FruitCake

f Often the child has to take a during the day. Material for your Fruit Cake
. I luncheon to school to be eaten there ,
I in' the middle of the day. This One disadvantage to allowing V'4 PANCAKE: FLOUR, 2 pkgs. _______ 15c LARD, 2 Ibs. 15c; 8 Ib. buckets __ ._ 67c
luncheon should be In waxed child to eat too much sugar and .
;-( 1 paper and earned in wraps a lunch basket. other sweet things is that it develops BUCKWHEAT, pkg.. _________ lOc CHEESE, full cream Ib.___...._.1___- 17c

'Apart from preserving the food it is an appetite which needs'the stimulation I PJee-Zing Best Grade White Bacon, lb. ____ __.. 8c
of something sweet wh..... the
A 11 likely more appetiiing to be eaten and when, therefore put,up more in child who is not allowed to e.t'too fJP,TO jroor ears In work- Chocolate, Malted Milk, 1 Ib. tin -- 31c No. 1 Sliced Breakfast Bacon, lb. __ 15c
very nerve at Ugh tension
J" I this- way. much unsweetened sugar acquires and unseasoned a taste for foods.plain No wonder you snap at; the wife 'Free 1 ;luncheon cup with each tin (serve Werners, lb. _. ________?__------ I5c
AOOLCSCBMCSI and bark children
at; the ,
. if The diet of children in their teen Sugar should be taken at meal time. W a t a h oat! Overworked : honor: cold) Pork Ribs, lb...___:___ _____:_____-.._ tOe
Indulgence in between meals

t i. Is of usually the household.that of the Three adult members meals a spoils the appetite sweets so that _full -ocrreo-., Nervous may lead Headache.to f3eepla Nervous Mayonhaise, pints _____-_______ 19c'' Pig Tails, lb. _.. .../..:._______________ 8c

! nourishment is not taken. ], ...at'meal Indigestion and a beat of for 15c Fresh Pork Hams half whole Ib 12 l-2c
day should be sufficient with, M a limes. Tomato Juice, 2 cans ______-___ or,
1 f" rule,no eating between meals. However ether unpleasant dUtnrbane. .
.t many children of high school- Why don't yon try Dr." M0e/ SARDINES for' __;:: __ ________...10c Hamburger, lb. _______.,______.,,.__ 15c

t,' age rush through their breakfast and QUES110NS. Effervescent Just; one In Nervine a half Tablet glass f dwater :TOMATOES, 4 cans'for '____ ___ __ 25c Smoked Sausage, Ib. _____________ 15c

"i f really that do time.not get For enough such nouriahmeatat as these, a be AD able wives to answer and these mothers questions should: drink make dellghtf a pleasant aBy IIOOthJatr parkHag : / SALT; pkgs. for _.:_:1___ ___ _____ 5c Neck Bones, lb. ,____________ _...__ 6c

l' mid-morning- meal Is still allowable. a. How often a day should to over-taxed narve. PLEE-ZING MOLASSES, can ?___,_ lOc Pork Chops, Florida,.2 Ibs. __...._*_ 25c
i: 'r, Tea anihooffee should be avoided children at school age eat? S. wade Ie 0.- formal-Lfigaf now -
f,r', and the amount of meat allowed When should principal meal of two and "
.': ,day be carved themT S. When Effervescent: Tablet. Both bavth tl
small-onee a day Is u icicn'. A. H. GREEN J. W.\ VHITE-.SON
iou d children same soothing effect.
X. Parents are often surprned to findthat r be permitted to :
'1.00 .,
I' drag stern
/\ ins sweet and how much should your
children at this time of life eat .
NEW MEAT MARKET-Phone 86 Phone 62 Starke Fla.
;r,: eonaiderably more than adults. This hey be allowed ,
I.;I .Is natural and as long as the diet : W. Fall Line of Garden and Field Seeds. Including
,. ooosiats of plain wholesome food they _t.a a..v.2'Aq ....-.. Just received new meat display case which Carry a

; are not likely to eat too much; U On tighto of a wrfcs q/ 13orttctoo 0t assures you sanitary equipment Austrian Winter Peas, Onion Seta, Oats, RyI"
'< Bi&hI7.oned food should of flout tie 1M 7/om. Tin N 8X! 7E I

&L eourie;be avoidaoV. ._ si.N.uiil o. M Out Jar Adult

'l et # ur ,
x d.S S? : i' w nl
? T r .l- rr : Lt= ;1, ti ,;-111". .. Yrt d''

: +r++AtT +-;r: l. :: ::rkZCi:\ :; : '"-r:''''';;: \;;::: =::::t\1f11C4.\: ::/' *.-;;r :;, .4X) ,,, "",'1 \ I



S '{g4 f iFG li, 1332 PR11WORD COtTNTY TF1..F.O'U1'. BTARKit FLORIDA PAGE FlVa

.. ,. -., -- .. '- ,,- ::' ---_-._--'_---'.-- -, ----- .-.-. ,-_.... -.- ---- ---- .-.-- -.-- -- -- .. ,-. --- .
=- s szsrs zsrs st Mrs. L. F. Chapman of the I Those who enjoyed this delightful I,F Mr and Mrs. J. H. Courtmanchand FUANKDAMS i Work will start in short time on

State Farm, was the guest of Mrs. affair were: B. Haynes and Mias Anita Courtmanch haveas -- construction of 18.' miles of |ev.j*

A. Z. Adktns Wednesday.Mrs. family, of Winter Haven; Mrs G. their house guest Miss Edna M. Friends of Frank Adams will regret and -JHoodway channel between

Bits oi V. Phillips and faintly of Jacksonville Kyle of Lakeland and Chicago, HI, to learn of his death at. his Moore Haven and FUheatlng.

; J. E. Wilson returned home ; Mrs T. J. Thomas of Val- who la just completing a motor home in Jacksonville last Wednesday ,Creek.. f/rJ'j I i

Saturday from Cocoa where she dosta, Ga.; Mrs. P. J. Pearce and trip from Chicago. She spent sometime morning after a brief Illness. -----o '---

7a a visited friends for several days. family, of Starke; Mrs C. r. Situ I in the mountains of Tennessee Mr. Adams was a retired schoolteacher Lake City--480.000 available for
ser and daughter, Miss Clara Mae and member of the Pentecostal -
I l cal Nevfa and returned to Florida by way : a Installation of central heating
Leslie Futch of Letaburg, visit- Saaaer. of Vakloata,;' Ca.; Mrs. E.I of Pittsburgh Washington, D. Holtueaa church. He was 'plant at Veterans' hospital here.
ed his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. D. Redd and amlj/, and Mrs. Car- C. :Miss Kyle Is an artist of International born January 10 1850 in New

a Concerning Our People Business and G. W. Alderman Sunday. lyle Richard, of AJachua; R. M. reputation, having having Hampshire Surviving besides his
Canon and family .and, Mrs. Deb: studied and taught both in this widow. Mrs. Annie S. Adams are
Pro gross of the County and Town. Mrs. C. V. Simpson and Mrs. S. bie Fortner, of Melroae; Othma country and Europe. She retired three daughters, :Mrs. Mae Futch CENT A %ran

M. Walker of Gainesville, visited Haynes and fally, of Starke; from the profession several years and Mrs, Winnie Tournade both of

-------- ------ relatives in Starke Wednesday.Mr. Mrs. S. M. Simmons and family, ago. but Is still prominent in mu- Tampa, and Mra Ruth McPherson
3D -"-' 52Su2a u mszszszszszszszszszszszszsaszsaMr.! of Ocala; Mrs. P. B- Hunt :Mr. sical circles. Gainesville; two sons Ira L. COLUMN

VEATHER REPORT T. T. Blackburn of Lawteywas W. J. Epperson, Jr., of Jack- and Mrs. J. B. Kennard, Mr. J. W. Adams,.Jacksonville, and BarnetteD. WANTED- to 19,000.000 feet U
sonville, spent Tuesday with his Nimmo "d sister'Mlsa Ada Nim- Gainesville.
in Starke Monday. a AT THE STARKE IIOTEL Adama L. yellow pine never been cut
complied by Starke branch, parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Epperson. mo of Hampton Funeral services were held at
u or turpentined. Pay cash if price
Itr S. Forestry Service.I Mr. F. B. Johns of Jacksonville Many handsome presents were received Registering at the Starke Ho- the chapel of Burns-Howard, morticians Is right. Must be from owner.

,'Week ending, November 8, 1932. is spending this week in Starke. and enjoyed by those jolly, tel recently were: I at 9:30: Friday morning, the Box 138 Griffin, Ga. It.
te Max Mln. Preclp. aged people. Mrs. Haynes was Mr. and Mrs. W L. Moorman Rev. T. H Simpson, pastor of the ----

of.2 77 56 Mrs G. W. Alderman and nephew HARTSB17RGIkUit all smiles over a beautiful croch-: Lynchburg Va.; Mr. and Mrs J. Pentecostal Holiness Church. The I

; a 76 00 .06 Mr. Marvin Roberts were visItors ed shoulder scarf that was made T. Cooper, Wakefleld Mass; Mr. funeral cortege left after the ser
oY: 4 76 64 .67 I in Trenton Sunday. Virginia Branttey Cor. and sent to her by her baby and Mrs. Duberry and sons Ruth- vices for Hampton, where Inter City Beauty Shop

fov'. II 73 66 .08 daughter, Mra. R M Faver of :Mi erford, N. J.; Mr. and John W. ment took place in the Hampton

= 6 80 67 '1.08 Merrll McMillan spent the week- Brown the ami. Selph Jr., Miami; Mr. R. A. Methodist church cemetery.
Mr. Slim was guestof
White Henna
and Henna
|, r.: 7 7T 6T .01 end In Jacksonville with his mother Messrs. Joe and Jordan Brant- Knight Gainesville; Mesdames 1\
%,. 8 75 68 .01 Mrs. Alma Balne. ley Sunday. Mrs. Ida Maxwell:" of Jacksonville Clark Stearns and Wade Tunt lfRMALLIE! A. SAXON Packs! 75c and up

| Total rainfall for week 101 In. The farmers of this section are but formerly of our city, arrived Miami; Mr. W. S. King Lakeland; i Mrs. Sallle A Saxon of Hampton
Mrs. L. D. VIning and Mra. J. L. very delighted to receive a rain here last Saturday. She has, Mr. and Mrs. S. W Eaglesueld, died at her home there Friday\A lovely gloMs and sheen to

B Mr and Mrs. J. W. Andrews Simmons motored to Gainesville: this past week-end. a host of friends here who are always Emelton Pa.; Mr. and Mrs. F W night after a brief Illness. Funeral 1 your hair attainable with

litre In Jacksonville Saturday. Saturday afternoon. 1 Miss Betty Lee Crews was the glad to see J er. Ensworth, Waterford. Pa.; Mr. and services were held at the graveside Lemo-O GIo Rinses 25c
guest of Miss Louise Jackson Sun- Rev. McGauley of Brooker,. will Mrs. W. K. Porter, New York, N. In the Methodist cemetery
Cot and Mrs. D. E. Knight were Col. and Mrs. H. V. Knight and: i I preach at the Baptist church next Y.; Mrs. T. J. Hamilton,, and Mrs. at 2 p. m. Sunday. PHONE
, ( visitors in Gainesville. Mrs. D. E. Knight spent Tuesday''I day.Willie 'Sunday and W. C. Laithlin. Hartville, Ohio; Mr. I -ITo
recent Claude and Homer Lee [ morning evening. Mrs. Saxton was a native of _.. .. .
in Jacksonville. O'Neal were the guests of A. T. I Mr. J. J. Brannen: Mr. B. Hall W. B. Gallagher, Ocala and Mr. Georgia. She was a member of -- --- -

? ?,?. It. E. Rountree and son, and Paul Andrews Sunday after and C. M Dennlaoji were business' J. F. Miller, Macon. Ga. the Methodist church of Hampton.Near .

RAck, of Waldo, spent Monday Mr. A. Hall, Mrs. L. S. Hutto noon. I visitors to Stark last Monday. I relatives who survive are: those who wishto

frith Mrs. R. A, Thomas.Mrs. and daughter, Erna, were shopping, Miss Ruth Brantley spent the Mrs. H. A. Dutrdet and daughter WOODMEN CIRCLE Two daughters, Mrs. Luvina Dowl- 11
In Jacksonville Wednesday. j I week-end with Mrs. Lena Mae I of Montlcello are the guestsof {ling of Starke and Mrs. Minnie sell their j "

Leonard Perry of West O'Neal. Mr. Durden'a parents here this The Starke Woodmen Circle Weatheaby of Pompano; six: sons, FARMAND
Palm Beach, la visiting her par- Mr. Lawrence Wiggins of Brooker ,r. I' week. met Tuesday evening at 7:30: I F. L. Ogden J. A., and W. T. Saxon I

gait's.\ Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Thomas. was a business visitor to Starke I +-,... "ST" o'clock In the W. O. W. hall with all of Pompano J. H., B Y., i

--- Wednesday. GRAHAMHtlux FLORIDA CALIJXO TO MB Mrs L. D. Green as presiding officer and Q. W. Saxon all of Hampton; i City Property !
)fr. C. M. Fowler left Sundayfor at which time the charter two sisters Mrs Mary Prevatt of I
I Ii
Aster, where be has accepted, Miss Beverly Cady of the F. S. Iflllcn Joh..o.. (;.... iI I must soon leave behind the big wall draped for Mr. W. A, Fraser Hampton and Mrs. Josephine i
i position.Mr II I W. C. In Tallahassee Is expected rugged hills member of the Woodmen of World Thomas of Mlddleburg; and one F.C.

I home for the week-end. And woodlands where! I've lovedto and the Woodmen Circle. Plan brother. M. C. Lane of Avon Park. i i
A. A.
Mr. and Mrs. Truby Dyal
and Mrs. George Kenly and : were also made for a colonial tea The Rev. W. F. Jones, pastor of i

fcughter, Mlaa Genevieve were I'' Mrs. O. L. Beasley returned I I.Youngblood and Miss Geneva, Vester Youngblood Youngblood of The wild roam purple; alters and tree:: to be held at their next meeting the Methodist church of Starke, Hollingsworth I II
ititors la Palatka Saturday from Tampa Thursday where she ; friends and red and gold; with Woodmen as their guests' conducted the funeral services.
visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. I I, Waldo were visiting After the' business session, delicious connected with 1'
I relatives here Saturday.S. For Florida is calling me hornet! um BOW one
Ul a Pearl Jordan and Mrs. S. A. C. Durden. : L. Prescott of Ziff was a busi- refreshments were nerved WHY GET UP NIGHTS I of the largtwt Real Estate Cont-!

Vtndiviere t and son Pitner vis- &: ness visitor here Saturday.Mr. I catch from the !breeze as it sings to twenty-five membersi .,. !MAKE THIS Xfa TEST ponies In the;.North and "'Nt':,
lid friends at the State Farm Mr. and E. BUtch and and Mrs. F. W. Reynoldswere through the treesA Physic the bladder as you would 'II who are asking for II UDP. ij J1'loaKA J "1#
ITtoday afternoon. family of the State Farm, visitedat TREES IN DEMAND! the bowls. Drive out Impuritiesand
visiting in Ziff section Sun- message that vibrates the air; call at my order I and. ,
the home of Mr. and Mra. H. 1.. day. I can hear the birds bring and I excessive acids that cause Ir- lint what you have.

lira Lester Harper and son Billy Brownlee Sunday afternoon. Miss' Gertie Johnson of Lake know wild have sent it. Assistant State Forester R. R. ritation burning and frequent de- I

Mrs. Worth Hadley and Mrs. Wales was united in marriage to That Florida Is calling me there! Whlttlngton of Tallahassee announces sire. Get a 23c: test box of BU-
Arnold of Lake City were guests Miss Fern Russell and Miss Mar- Grover Rhodes also of Lake Wales that numerous applica- KETS the bladder physic from

4 Mrs. L. D. Vining Sunday. ton Phillips of DeLand enroute to the 29th of October. Miss Johnson I know palm trees and flowers are tions have been received from land- any drug store. After tour days if
Tallahassee Friday visited Miss was formerly of Graham. nodding and umiling owners for pine seedlings to plantup you are not relieved of getting up See Our I

Ur and :Mrs. J. W. McLendon of Mary Brownie Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Johnson and And the moonbeams are dancingIn Idle acres. The planting work nights go back and get your money -

!Iicksonvllle: were the guests of daughters. Ellen and Madge were glee will begin within the next: few days BU-KETS containing buchu Cast Iron heaters-fled Room ; 1

Ur and Mrs. C. H. Nasworthy Mrs. O.: L. Haynes and daughters visiting Mrs. Doshla Prescott of And the mocking bird's trill will and continue through the dormant II leaves, juniper oil, etc., acts pleas- Nulls-Oardlner Range*-Wool
Sunday. Misses Sarah Hope and Georgia ,II Ziff Sunday afternoon. I fill my heart with a thrill. season ending the latter part of I antly and effectively on the bladder
Kathryn, and son, Othma Jr., similar to castor oil Mixed Blanket
For Florida Is He states that 760.000' on
I J. H. Surrency was in Starke calling me I February. rN ,
Miss Mary Canova of the F. S. spent Saturday in Jacksonville.Mr. I( Saturday. slash and longleaf pine seedlings 11 you are,bothered with backache PRICES REASONABLE

W. C., at Tallahassee, will spend Mrs. J. C. Padgett returned Wed So when Carolina Lets dreary and are available for distribution from or leg pains caused from bladder I '
tie week-end with her mother and Mrs. W. P. Hurst and I II nesday from Tampa where she has cold. the Florida Forest Service nur- disorders you are bound to feel better TERMS OR CASH

lira. E. E:. Canova. family of Jacksonville, were the ', been visiting at the bedside of her And rainy with sleet or with sery located at the State Farm, after this cleansing and you'
guests Sunday "Mitchell's
regular sleep.
Raiford. the your
husband. snow Mfa' Seedlings are sold to
y ;
RoyEdwards.y...,:., ,... ...... y x t f Store, Buket. I I. best
_._-_., ,....GrUfiD..Wt..Friday ? iMr. -- 1 shall rush to-inyrooiiT and pack landowners at $3.00 per1 thousand Drug aay* a COMPANY
for, St. Augustine to make her up my bag"*, and are furnished free to school seller." i
..and Mrs..W. J. Epperson and _. _. .. .
----- ----- -- -- ---- -
tune with her son, Mr. Owen Grlf- To the "Land of Sunshine til go"! children when planted for educa- < -- -- -, ---. -h---- ---.-',--- ----- .' -'-
!Ik, Mrs. Dale Vansickel were guests ZIFF c..l i I tlonal purposes. The pine seedlings! I .> .':,. :_; ..-_, _:: ''. : < ,.: : I
Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. George
For I shall find there songbirds distributed by the Florida Forest I
Mia* I.ul Mae i.r
Lawtey. f
Mrs S. P. Vandlvlere. Mrs. Dale and flowers | Service are not especially well '

Vuulckel, Mrs. E. R. Marshburn Services were held at Deadon I And people so carefree and gay I adapted for ornamental plantings I ;II
oJ daughter, Mona Claire motor- Miss Hazel Adklns of the F. S. and Sunday by So I'll leave behind this chill win and cannot be sold to private individuals I
church Saturday 1
alto Gainesville Thursday after- W. C. In Tallahassee, will spend I of 'I ter clime for this purpose. TIP.TOPI
Pastor Rev. G. C. McCauley
toon the week-end with her parents, I I And rush back to Florida--and MrWhlttington states that
Brooker.Mr. 1'
Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adklns. play! there are several three to four- ; ,i
of Graham
and Mrs. I. W. Dyal
Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Vanslckel -' Wednesday here with -By Mrs. W. It. Nollman. year-old plantations of slash pine 6. ,

ud small daughter Lorena of Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Dowling and their parents spent Mr. and Mrs. J. W. The above poem..wes composedby "where the trees already are five '! :
GilnesvlDe were guests at the daughter. Nettie of Jasper, are Mrs. Nollmatv of Sebring Ito ten feet high. He advises that r.

tome of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Ep spending today in Starke with Lewis. Howard'and son passed daughter of Mrs. .-f. Hamrlck, I'- many owners are planting up their : 'f}
person Wednesday. friends. Mr. 'while she was convalescing from a Idle land at a cost of $1.02 to $7.23 1 I
through our section Thursday. severe Illness In North Carolina per acre, depending upon the spacing .if
Mlsa Lealor Hough Is spending a i "
Ur. and Mrs. J. R. Boring and Col. and Mrs. J. E. Futch of De- this summer.. '' and that they look forwardto ,
while here with her parents, Mr. .'-
tall son, of Jacksonville, spent Land will spend this week-end and Mrs. L. Hough. ; ;0 the) cutting of pulp wood and ,'
Tuesday In Starke with Mrs. Bor- with Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Brownlee. Cole- Punta GoIda* 'ConUact let forKing the production of naval stores In CROCERYI j)'
J. W. aad son
lilt- parents, Mr and Mrs. J. W. Miss Mary Brownlee will return Mrs.and daughter.Padgett Cora, attended street ext 1OIfoft -of road to. fifteen to twenty years. I (,j j11f
man .
Andrews. new Collier bridge I 'Tboee Interested In
with them. I church at Brooker Sunday evening.Mr. j i! planting this
season submit their appllcationa -
Earnest Wasden of Waldowas /
Ur and Mrs. W. P. Randall and Dr. and Mrs. O. L. Haynes and In section Sun Stuart Mrs. U M. Beyer will ,,; to the Florida Forest Ser.
ftlldren of Jacksonville spent son, Othma Jr., attended the golden visiting 'our reopen Little Dlxi Cafeteria 0111,i IVlce. Tallahassee, at an early date
wedding anniversary of Mr. and day. Akron avenue and Second street.' j jLachoochee of the Forest Location Between Bank and Pos toff Ice 'R
Those from here attending church II IA :;
\ Mrs. Ovid Haynes in Hampton J furnish the
in Brooker Saturday night were:
Alvarez. Vivian Theatre planting tools and direct the servlC.j
Sunday. Mr. Zeanoua Williams, Miss BernIce here reopened. I.Ing work when It first Butter Pure Creamery lb. 20c ; i1t
Crosby Mr. Elmer Stokes Miss .. -
Mr. and Mrs. Z. J. Roberts of, Mrs. L. M. DeSha and daughter. Thelma and '- ,
Cora Padgett Mlsa
[h Bastings, will spend this week- Marjorie have returned to their Fay Stokes, A. Z. Padgett, Phillip 1 1\11 fJl
ta4 with Mrs. Roberts' In Wildwood after spendingtwo Potatoes I Irish I Best ire
parents home I t '
Crosby. Bart Waters Fred Shaw I lU lOSe ; { (
lodge and Mrs. George A. Gardl- weeks here with her parents, and RaatleMann. L .e Do You Know? FLOmons :.
1Ir. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Struth.
We are very sorry to report that
Mrs. W. S. Ray burned her right 4 lbs. - - l 10c
Col\. J. E. Futch of DeLand, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Turnipseed of hand Saturday. We are hoping ;
"pent the week-end with Mr. and McIntosh. Miss Fannie Cromer
**, H. L. Brownlee, Col. Futch and Miss Emily Baldwin of Jacksonville she will soon recover.. Lima Beans 5 lbs. 25c
M accompanied home by his wife were the guests Sunday La a t

adq had spent the past two weeks of Mr. and Mrs. F, A. Sweezy. ...

Mrs. E. M. Johns Mrs. J. C. F HAMPTON : e Octagon Soap, I 10 for .. '. 25c l I',

.. __...
Mr. and "l Aim IVI Cur.
and Mrs. C. D. Shank I
G. C. White of Robinson, Mrs. ; j
Tallahassee will spend today with Miss Gloria Johns motored to Jacksonville Coffee LaTouraine lb. 29c'Baku I
"Wives" here. They were accom- Saturday and spent the Anniversary CelebrationLast -
I8llIed by Miss Mona Alderman, day. Sunday November 6th '
ate will remain weekUrs. and Mrs. O. Haynes celebrated
over the
lid. I Miss Evelyn Stump of F. S. W. their fiftieth anniversary wedding Powder, 10 oz. can. 5c / .
beautiful near
C., In Tallahassee arrived Thurs day at their ,/
W, R Mlddleton and daugh- day and will spend the week-end the union depot.A .
-.. Misses Madge and Hazel with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. long row of tables were arranged Pineapple Sliced 2 cans. 25c
the ,
the oaks on
Iptnt Saturday in Jacksonville. F, Stump. beneath ., aK #syrl Se. kk .:rw.aairJ t.
Oe Miss _. ---- lawn. Ostrich plume ferns sup
Sue MiddleWho
pedestals were artistically -, We Have AH Fruit Cake Materials
has been visiting her Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Lang and ported by the tables, k'wL '
: awnto, Dr. and Mrs. Mid- I Mr. and Mrs. '' R. V. Alvarez of arranged among s
returned with them to her I IIInI. Jacksonville spent the weekendwith which were all draped hi white
-. their parents, Mr. and Mrs. and decorated with cut flowers of Rice Whole Grain 5lbs. 15ciHour
canary yellow and deep orange ,
-, I L. V. Moore.
H. V. hue which made the scenery very r
'- MYra Sweezy and daugh- .' Massie and picturesque.The I True Love 241bs. S5e ;
ot Montclair N. J.. Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. T. B. -
Wen tables were ladened with ,
Stelzle Tom of Mon- ,
of Brown Brook N. children, Joan and ;
Jrt in. W, j. Conmee of: Jan ilea, ticello were guests of Mrs. Nat baked chicken chicken pilau, boil
h'ta' Island' and Tues- ed ham, seven kinds of cakes pies. Best Bacon Ib 7clard3Ibs.
N. Y., and Mrs. Ruth Turnbull Monday night 4 frte" : -
14 South salada, tomatoes, pickles and everything ,
Orange N. J. who
It" day. that'waa to ./
been _
visiting their parents,
and Mrs. F, A. Swee y, left Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Sweezy and make a good dinner. 2Ic
day for their Mrs. H. V. Sweezy and One special unit of beauty was
-eae r guests

4. ..- pecUv.I I, daughter zle Mrs. W.Myra J.,Conine Mrs. Robert and Stel-Mrs. which the large bore white fifty pieces and wedding wa of cake 1 1F" Grits or Meal, 10 Ibs. 15c Y

at Silver and pink candles. placed
R. Tuesday ?
Marshburn and Ruth Axt spent I
ykgh4rM. Mcintosh. In the center of the table at L J1 .Igl7ril Net-.c-'sr'ldN'-! -
Claire returned to Springs and ; Oats lOc
Jg home r Marlanna Sunday I the aged bride and groom wer.1 Quaker pkg. i -
1 ,
*visit het'e W. Kenly la spend- seated.. Beside the cake, and d''
nJ with Mrs: Marsh. Mrs. ,George
parents, Mr. and Mra.: :'O. ing Friday in' Jacksonville, and ing each other the little Tom I/. '.T 'In cooperation with the various provincial ttov.rnm.nte, the Sail 2 for. 5cSalmon.
... ldertnan. Mrs:: Marshburn while there will attend a meeting Thumb bride and groom stood J sadists National .lIw.y.oper.t agricultural' .demonstration -
ughter Association of about three inches In height. The t, In farming" districts." during the winter month r Those train ,
IiCLaprIWl returned with Dr. of the American Kenly U little groom attired in a black costume '.r agricultural, xhlfcd at many bind and lectures are d llv.r.d by
illite to v. who was anK I University WomenMrs. and and the bride In white witha 'S' intent agrkulturtl eaperta. nnd..f farmer visit' thooeCuring 3 cans .. 25.cY9Nppal
?*,,'\* after attending I a member of this association white bride's veil makingthe c. the OAvrv of the tour" A portion ef the 'Interior of a N t.r
flaunty '
8Y0rood Dental Association la.has been invited to join the Jacksonville d i.jn,t ration car, .la shown' .abov, I .
branch. picture very I
:! 1F;- .."",Tr ; s


.:..' ..., oter..y..++dk.VfctiJ4N, oi- "' -HI/'w1i..* ;d'rov.NSl1. ...M ,/ ,\.>".. vS'an-ilr! ;.R:\a"'...1,..7xwNd"Wc.. j
I '_.
: :rb"; ::
.yitiw.ruPQ; mMr" -
1.1i'a-!! -
-, : \ t"; tf !! :! w -


.....':"'w-l: ,... .."""I" r.'f""..... ,.-,<"", ... \,'q. 11'1'' """! ""r....... :; ''""'."'I4...;,. I;I"I-- ::; ; : ; ;;:;;;:;;;;:Mrs....m". ",tm. ?. ,rn',,_ n...,.."."T"". -.',.. ,nn.m ..p'''m". '',* -_..... .. '. ... .. .... \ .-,, ""
"" 1"(,' 'W"0'' '''' '" "" '.h '

.. 11.. 'n_
""- ---- .g
------ -- -- ----- -------- -
---- ----- -------- -- ---- -- .

.. ? + ,, + + +.- of the St. Johns -
.... >'21w..aldY. --- river uada

Ar. t HINTS TO HOUSEWIVES way Tuesday as part of got ;
WRUF FARM PROGRAM 1J enl the eel-
1 r government'sfor physical

"The Voice of Florida" [Wmkly! from hems Demonstra-. | 3 the proposed ship canal turl7 ac

r FARMERS SECTIONConducted Won Specialist Tallahassee LIVE STATE NEWS Florida. The tUgboat Fulto

equipped with all sorts II,

Fla. Farm radio apparatus of boric r
Gainesville departed
by Demonstration Agents listeners next week will find the News of Florida in Short Paragraphs which will take it to on Paiatk.a P

Florida Farm Hour from WRUF LITTLE COURTESIES L .j the St. Johns and later :

I at noon each day unusually Inter ; Oklawaha river Borings ? hi

----.--....-:...-" ..-';'--,,--' .._..._-- ._- esting. A special citrus program We learned when we were quite __ __ ______.,.r.rr J: .. made at mile Intervals are to
- -
w'- -- -- -- small that "politeness is to do and between
Is set for Monday while vegetable here and Palatka, It wall

MATERIAL FOR FARM STATE 4-H PIG SHOW packages will be discussed Tues say the" kindest thing in the kindest I Tallahassee A situation has were administered. ed from the office of Major annoUllc-

OUTLOOK REPORT IS WON nV JEFFERSON AND day. The weekly talk about growing way. However, there are some' arisen at Florida State College for Dunn United States district Be

BFINO FORMULATED SUWANNEE COUNTY BOYS ornamental plants Is set for few little rules that if follewed will Women where a knowledge of Tampa-County chool Superintendent glneer. The river bed borings n_

Wednesday, swine will be featured make us more at ease in the company French is necessary. Students of W. D. F. Snipes said recently supplement core borings MI

Gainesville Fla, Representatives In Thursday1! talks and on Friday of others. The Florida State; school board af. which on im
Tallahassee, Fla. Competingwith I second year French classes are assigned the county are now being made,
". of the Florida College of the best 4-H club pigs from poultry and dairy topics are sched Home Demonstration Department to a special table In the II ter consideration of a decrease In -

:Agriculture are participating; in a all over the state, Eugene Boyles, uled. The program for the week suggests the following table cour college dining room at lunch and city school attendance and an Increase Canal Point-A 12-hour torw_

:. conference of Southern agricultural Suwannee couuty showed the follows: tesies. all conversation must be In French. in the country schools had tial rainfall, measured
{ workers In Atlanta in an ef champion breeding pig and John Sat., Nov. 12-Florida Farm All should stand until a signal Is If one asks for food in English decided that the "back to the farm Inches by a government 218
fort to formulate a farm outlook News and Hints. Farm Editorial given by the hostess to be seated After gauge heir
Carter Jr., Jefferson county won one may starve. movement" was responsible. and at lesser depth In
report for the Southern states H.Q. the fat barrow championship at Snapshots. and then be seated from the left the first six weeks of the school towns this week left surrounding

Clayton and D. E. Timmons of the State Pig Club Show held here Mon., Nov. 14-Bulk Movementof side of the chair and arise from the Tampa-Materially increased income year the city school showed a loss strip of rich vegetable a 20'mile

; the Agricultural Extension Ser last week. Citrus-D. E. Timmons. Rejuvenating same aide. to the state from all winter of 706 pupils. The county schools land along the east coast produCing

I' vice are on the program for the These boys will be awarded scholarships Run-Down C11 r u II If you ar asked to express it a truck crops Is Indicated by Information showed a gain of 932 children for Okeechobee under flood of lake,

conference, which Is being attended to the University of Florida Groves-E. F. DeBusk. : preference for food, even though collected by Florida Grower the same period.TallahasseeW.. i with unestlmated damage water
workers of the United Tues Nov. 13 Better Packaging makes no difference to you, state a to bar
also by -
College of Agriculture which farm magazine printed here, vest ready crops. The
choice as it Is an aid to the one downpour
States Department of Agricultureand were given by Frank E. Dennis, uf Florida Vegetables-M. R. following the resumption of vegetable S. Cawthon, : characterized by President

which extends over most of Jacksonville. The scholarship for Ensign Farm Question Box. I who is serving you. Into shipments from Florida during state superintendent of public Instruction Kerr of the Pahokee Chamber J, L
After bread break it
taking of
this week. the champion breeding pig is for Wed., Nov. Propagation of : the first half of the current states he will ask the Commerce, as bringing
several pieces and lay on bread and the wont'
The report will be based largely $150, and the one for the fat bar Ornamentals by Budding and I month. Last season these productswere publishers of a geography text financial disaster Pahokee !!;
butter at the side of the
on fact and figures gathered by row is for $100. Grafting Chas. E. Abbott. plate or small valued at approximately $30- book used In Florida schools to had, started about 10 o'clock ever
dinner plate. Butter only a Sun
of of Our Farm YouthW.
the Federal Bureau Agriculj Achievements
" I 000000. Florida matter In the
One hundred pigs representingevery piece of bread at a time. Break the present more day night and continued until fists
,1'j tural Economies through the national T. Nettles. I next edition of the book. Protests
I and foreign reporting section of the state, were Thurs Nov. 17 and piece you wish to butter; do not morning, flooding fields low lying
crop -Killing
Stuart-A fiery cross precededby that the text more reading
shown In which R. W. Blacklock, cut It with knife. gave roads and many houses In the sec:
rather definite
These give a Pork the Farm-Dr. A.
systems. Curing on a dynamite blast burned in Little matter and illustrations about tlon.
state boy's club agent and in In eating any soft food such as
of situation at
idea the farm L. Shealy. Feeding and Management colored section
Dixie Stuart's California than about Florida
charge of the show said was one soup cereal or sauce dip the spoon -
the present time concerning the of Brood Sows-Bill Henley.
last Friday alarming negro residents were filed with Cawthon by school Cocoa No trace has
of the best shows the have This
boys from prevents yet been
of and away you.
18-What It Costs
likely production our cropo FrI., Nov. [
and causing city and county officials and others from Pinellas
found of the body of Nell
: staged i dripping. Do not break bread or Stewart
livestock this year the propab'etrend Poultrymen to Produce Eggs-
officials to begin a wldspread In
county. Cocoa
: the of In connection with the state club crackers In the soup. avaltor who was lost when
next year supplies Norman R. Mehrhof. Record KeepIng I
'f' vestigation. The blast, which rocked
q farm products now In storage, as show the annual Leon county livestock the Safe Way to Herd Im When helping yourself to bread, homes occurred at his experimental plane fell In the
many here Brookavllle Ministers all over at Cocoa
ocean Beach
well as what to expect in the way and poultry show was held provement-C. H. Willoughby. celery, whole pickles olives or I last Frtdavnoon.
about 12 o'clock, a few minutes to
the asked .
: country were Sunday Mr. Stewart with
of increased demand for farm pro and more than $75,000 worth of a) nuts you may use your fingers. several
before the appearance of the flamIng join in for the safe return others had
prayer ) constructed the
ducts. livestock and chickens was exhib NAMED For frosted cake a fork is needed. plan
To these facts the Southern ited. Six hundred club membersand Always lay your knife and the emblem. of Col. Raymond Bobbins, ardent and used a Ford motor The plane

fork with the tines the right ,champion of prohibition and many worked well until the fatal fall
specialists will add all of the information older farmers participated in up, on
Jacksonville Fla. E. G. Pattin-
Lake Worth Nickel haircutsare I
they have been able to the show showing 175 animals and side of the plate when throughand other issues missing since September Those watching the pilot from thi<
shall who has been raising poultry this town -;
bringing tourist business
6. Meanwhile his wife sat beach
stated that Stewart
when passing a plate for a ha
from their various 50 of
gather collegesof pens poultry.
in Duval for the last
agriculture.From county second helping. Keep your knifeIn Local barbers last week saida quietly in a big ante-bellum house made a loop in the air at considerable
10 years began work here November number of persons from other here still confident that he
this position during the meal near height and that when ho
the Information the FlorIda -
ALACHUA COUNTY HAS 1 as assistant County Agent cities have here to take advantage
come would
after the
representatives bring back the when not using it. reappear general was about to complete a sccon
? FINE LIVESTOCK SHOW and Poultry Specialist. He succeeds of the five cent haircut
elections Tuesday. The prayer loop, the fusilage of
j ft Florida Agricultural Extension I Unfold a dinner napkin only one win;
AND 4-11 CLUB FAIR C. H. who
Magoon and five cent
shave during the service was arranged by the Fed- seemed to and
Service will issue a Florida farm half a luncheon napkin entirely, give way peel ui;
resigned to manage a large hatchery price war. Fifteen hundred persons eral Council of Churches. from the air The
outlook report. It will report the and lay across your lap. i pressure. plan
I Gainesville Fla. With more in North Carolina. have
haircuts in
bought the
If are a guest at one sped Into the ocean with great
outlook for citrus, truck crops, you only
than 4,000 feet of
square display last three
days some barbers es
fold after Wauchula Hardee county will speed
livestock poultry, dairying, farm meal partly your napkin
devoted to exhibits of livestock
space STUDY POTATO OUTLOOK timated. No armistice in the
have the
biggest In
have finished and acreage
crops pecans, and other Important you
and farm the first
I Florida farm products. Alachua crops Livestock annual lay it beside your plate. If you price war is yet in sight. strawberries this winter It has ever Groveland-The Graphic edit

County Gainesville, Fla.-To study the will be there longer fold it as it produced, if present plans go hall discovered in Groveland

CAYANA CANE YIELDS Show and 4-H Club fair was held potato outlook with growers, A. E. was before the meal started. Jacksonville Reduced express through. Ideal weather conditionsthe product of the soil to go with thai

MORE SYRUP I.ERClue., here last Saturday.The Mercker of the Interstate Early rates on citrus fruit and pineapples I last 10 days have enabled farmers tremendous sweet potato discovered

4-H club boys showed 33: Potato Committee, and L. H. Bean In'packages from all Florida stations I to set out millions of plants in Clermont by Editor Don
calves 40 pigs, and a number of of the Federal Bureau of Agrl- MAKES to nearly every state east and more are being set as fast Lochner told about in Arthur This

i exhibits of sweet potatoes peanuts cultural Economics will hold con PROFIT ON CHICKENS of the Rocky Mountains will srol I as they can be used. More than bane's column. The Grovelau'

Gainesville, Fla. Cayana-10 corn crotalaria poultry and ferences with growers at LaCrosse I Into effect this week express companies 303,000) ) plants have been shipped specimen Is a giant collard plant!
r sugarcane this year yielded an av- Ten to the November 14 and November Tampa, Fla.-Charlotte Jones, 4- here announced.
t honey. scholarships Hastings The new Into Wauchula alone by expressthe grown by "Uncle" L. H Hall, a]
,f verage of 176 gallons per acre annual boys' 4-H club short 15: according to an announcement H club girt of Lutz near here, rates carrying reductions ranging last 10 days and 96,000 came thrifty colored citizen, past sty

more syrup than the regular old course to be held In Gainesville by the Agricultural Extension has made an outstanding recordIn from 15 to :59: per cent will be in In Thursday from Alabama and enty years of age. This greatj
varieties In demonstrations con next Service here. her poultry work during 1932 effect until
summer were awarded, along August 1, 1933, unless Tennessee.
stands 8 feet
plant now over big
ducted by farmers and county according to Miss Allie Lee Rush
with : In sooner
$23 cash and a number of "cancelled changed or extended
'. and requires the standing on a lad
agents all over northern Florida, other Farm wages are the lowest In home demonstration agent. Accurate ," the
., prizes announcement said Tallahassee-The state of Florida "
der to be "cropped. It was plant
according to a report from J. Lee thirty Wages from records on a flock of'50
I In the livestock show 76 head of years. range I has paid 25942959.14: : in pensions ed in 1930 and transplanted again
Smith in of White Leghorn show that
charge county agent 69 cents a day without board in pullets
beef cattle and 20 head of Miami-When Bernice Howard to its veterans of the War dav
dairy in 1931. It continued to grow
work in that section, I South Carolina Georgia, and Mississippi I. I Miss Jones has cleared $80.21 during -
cows were shown by Alachua I White playing the lead in a play between the States and their wid- by day and gives evidence of still
Speaking of some of the advantages to $250 a day In Massachusetts the year. She Is now beginning
county farmers These animals at the Civic Theatre ows. Death now Is thinning its
Friday night, rapidly growing even beyond grea
of he explained that her third of '
Cayana, the average for the country year poultry
it has to be planted but once in | were shown just as they came from being $1.19 a day. I work with 45 Rhode Island Red pointed her finger at a fellow actor the ranks however and the height of eight feet. Truly, FlorIda

five or six and the yields the ranges and pastures to givea pullets. screamed and fainted, as called pension total is decreasing by soils are wonderful In their fer
years I I ----- ------- I
good idea of the improved cattleIn for in the play the faint was about $100,000 a year. Figures tility.
(, the second, third and fourth years I Ift.re The farm population will be : Miss Jones uses the most up-to-
the county. Of special Interest real. Patrons shortly afterward compiled by the State Pension
Is date methods
more satisfactory. Cayana in poultry
approximately 32,000,000 produc-
I II I people by
wall the difference in the were advised that the Board show 314 veterans and '" Bowker,
t quality Bureauof I I leading lady Pierce Horace presi
I resistant to nematode or root-knot the end of this year U. S. tlon and has modern equipment. ,
!iOf the purebred, half-cross quar- suffered a heart attack before the I 1702 widows of veterans received dent of the American Agricultural
which prevents the old varieties Agricultural Economics, compilations She grows green feed for her birds,
... from producing good stubble. The j 1 I ter-cross and native Herefords, covering the first three I rotating the plots BO that some opening curtain but insisted on pension checks for August. The Chemical Company, told a gather

rut! Cayana stools or suckers better Angus, and Shorthorns. Among the months of 1932 Indicate. This total form of green feed Is available all taking the stage after stimulants total'2010 was decrease from 2250: ing of farmers and fruit growers
dairy cattle some fine blooded Jerseys the time. who. received pensions in 1931. here recently that "there Is con
though It Is a smaller cane. will be close to the peak farm .
and Holstelns were shown. MORE LIVESTOCK business improvement
The Cayana if planted this fall I population of 32,077,000 people as vlnclng evidence of
The Agronomy Department of Tampa-Call for a of This Polk
meeting in Florida.
: will sprout earlier la the spring of ,January 1 1910.
., the Florida Experiment Station Each weekday morning at 9:45: Okeechobee Fla. There are'I officers and directors of the Florida county village it!! owned entirely 1>J'
stool and
better more
produce .
syrup the Florida Home
Period is broadcast
showed an exhibit of grasses and more hogs on feed more milk cows Taxpayers' Association was issued the chemical company.. Spessard
than if It Is planted next The weekly of Flor
homegrown feeds for livestock. newspapers from state radio station on farms,'and more hens In Okee here last week. The meeting will Holland of Bartow and Peter
spring. It however, can be bank ida are always ready to help in WRUF and the Home Demonstration chobee this be I
e county year than ever held November 11 at the Hllls- Knight of Tampa were other
: ed and planted next spring just the advancement of agriculture.
Agent gives a 13-mlnute chatto
before reports County Agent C. boro hotel. Members of the brought an
asso speakers. Mr. Bowker
as the old varieties. SHOULD SEEK AFTER They are worthy of your support. Florida homemakers A.
\ I Farmers should make arrangements THE PRINCIPAL THINGS advisory board and heads encouraging message to the growers -
... ----
--- of
----- -- local
-- associations
"I' were IncludedIn from New York commission
t for securing planting material "txe'tr! BUSINESS MEN VS. POLITICIANS: Declaring' buaineas
now. since those having Ca. One of the benefits of the depression 1, men ha". a. much right to fr.. "apeioh aa politician, the call and R. L. Newman sec mearchanta who, he said "are optimistic -
is ll' [. F. Hutton. left, prominent buameaa, man and pnllanthroplat. retary of the state body, said an about the citrus market
will likely save only the seed that it has caused us
yana '
bias defended Henry Ford'a action in '.'"ng "i.amploy. L .
r cane they will need and will mak to stop and take stock-of the situation \ K: .. that ha .,.11.".. welhr.'of' tha country calla attendance of around one hundred outlook this year. Florida was UK-
the remainder into pretty and of ourselves. To ask for re-election of Preaidant Hoovar. Mr. Hutton to.- 1 was expected at the meeting rep- first to feel the repercussions of
Ii. .. that It I.
not tha
only right but the duty of
; soon. If the cane cannot be obtained why we got where we are and how buainaaa '.ad... to make clear thalr vfowa on oovarn- resenting nearly 50 counties of the oncoming depression, It

, from some neighbor the we can avoid similar bad times In mant quaationa. to._thalr aeeociatea.. !, _. Florida. be the first to feel the stimulus of

.1 county agent will be In position to the future. It has centered our 1 : recovery."

tell farmers where they can get minds more on' the principal and "" Jacksonville George W. Cour-

seed basic things of life, rather thanon son sentenced to 20 years at hard DeLand The diorama depict-

). our greed for gold. It Is teach i S labor for manslaughter in the prison ing a sunset scene on the far-

: BOLLWORM QUARANTINE ing us to be charitable.We I :1 camp aweatbox death of Arthur I famed Suwannee river which will

NOT TO GREATLY IMPEDE people of the farms, as our Malllefert was released from be one of the features of the Flor

r STATE COTTON SHIPMENT neighbors of the cities, are too ,I wt" i : jail last week on $10,000 bond ida exhibit at A Century of Progress -

prone to seek after the material : rs pending an appeal to the supreme Exposition in Chicago next

'i court for a new trial L. G. Hitch and which Charles E-
Gainesville Fla. Revision of things-money, property and related S year upon
the cotton pink bollworm quaran goods. Sometimes In our I i S y colk clerk of the circuit approveda Platsow. chief of the staff of ar

tine to include six Florida counties mad rush for gold we don't take acua for bluep security bond for the former tists has been working for several

i: will not greatly Impede the movement time to think of the finer thingsof en t a l Batty .y Sunbeam prison camp captain late weeks after painstaking re

.' of cotton from Florida according life. Of course, material things Compton Broadway, right.aetreaa.aya I yo z today. The bond was furnished by search has been completed and \U

to Lee A. Strong chief of are necessary and we must striveto aha did not a C _. l ;;tM residents of Hamilton county attracting great attention on the

the Bureau of Plant Quarantine. I get them, but all too often we Saul..f laava U.cheen S. bo< '.ra., 13: where Courson lived before coming. part of those who have had an op
fig n. 8 PL. A DIN O for world to Jacksonville. It. The
.I After the pink bollworm was measure a person's success In life i wring tn Invaatiga* r1 paaea, David Lloyd George, portunity to see and hear .

, found In Alachua and Columbia I I by ability to accumulate stores of else City of oovarnmant.Staya Now York. r' abovo, venerable, Britiah: diorama. has been animated or

\ counties, those two and the four material goods. real raaaon atataaman, la Caught inaariaua Daytona Beach-Elimination of humanized to the extent that by
S4 far return to Am. mood during I Ills.' '. positions and salary reductions ef use of mechanical devices Instru
adjoining counties of Baker Bradford A recent news story told of an orlaa la that aha raaant cddreea bef o .4
mamtaara of the Paaco So a. it fecting a saving of $36,000 mental and vocal renditions of the
Gilchrlat and Union were Oklahoma woman who had been want e-d aa mreal" e +. r e In London lr S per
IJ::?a t quarantined, effective October 29. declared a master farm homemak. eyatoral t I England.BB.TTY year were announced Monday by song, "Old Folks at Home" are

if, Much of the cotton from this area er of that state. She gave as : City Manager Charles Thrasher reproduced in such manner as to

: already has been sold and that remaining her greatest personal ambition P' O..rC -.- after conferring with city com give perfect visualization of the

" may be sold under per. that "the world might be 'just a missioners. The saving effected, scenes described by Stephen Fos

,: mit if It is compressed at an au- tiny bit better for my having livedin ,?C t OOW, former nu... of Charlae A. Lindbergh, resulted partly from recommendations ter.
& HIvc Jr.. ta aaan here, above, on her arrival in Now Vork
i thorlzed compress. The it." from of a committee of more -
compress ;ae7i r aboard tha 8.S. Caladama raoantly. Min
' crushes any pink bollworms. For years a great majority of hew, it la eafd, will probably bo tha nuraa of Jon than 100 taxpayers although, the Ocala The Florida Reptile In

+ ,' Cottonseed the product most farmers have been taking more l6 and Morrow his Lindbergh wife aecond child of tha famous aviator manager said the cuts had been stitute Florida's famous scientific

'r likely to carry the bollworms, must from their soils than they have returned contemplated and ,did not meet : reptile center located at Silver

I'p,", be sterilized by heat to prevent to their soils. When we the full desires of the committee. Springs where only Florida reptUes

/ spreading the Infestation In the hand our soils to succeeding generations He indicated that no further salary are kept for study research
V territory and the regulations prohibit they are In worse shape reductions are contemplated. observation la ready now to the

I.: shipment of cottonseed to un- than when we got them Instead LW3SV on new venom studies. For

1 Infested localities. Permit Is re- of being better. We have not given S ..Jaaaw,..> p'S U Jacksonville Three men were I first time, the institute has on hand tBis

'f,\\| quired for the shipment of other enough thought to the morrow. arrested last week In connection the six poisonous snakes of
' w cotton a pssi a t r'k with the of I state for experimental work. Here
i?', products from the quarantined However, the old order changeth, wounding three boys
, area. and we are beginning to give more |sons of prominent families shot In the copperhead. cottonmouth

i The pink bollworm quarantinealso thought to the principal things. an orange grove near here while moccasin pigmy or ground rattler
Includes v et Ca 55 engaged In a Hallowe'en and the diamond back will"used "
portions of western We are beginning to 'grow more prank. huge sm'h'There .
Texas southern New Mexico and timber on lands that are not suit I Samuel Taylor, realtor. In whose for comparative venom

central Arizona. The pest has been ed to field crops. We are realizing grove the shooting Is alleged to have been many argumentsput the

found on wild cotton along the the necessity of maintaining our .r., have occurred and J. M. Martin forth, for instance that
1 we
southern and western coast of soil fertility. We are growing h= .aCl ;
Florida but this plant Is being destroyed fruits, flowers and trees for future x, 5 ties to be night watchmen for Tay moccasin. This point will be

: and a quarantine on that generations.But ? 5 MAJOR Ralph ...... left, Wet Point lor, were Jailed on charge of decided soon. Then. too.
s'S football attach aa ho said asSault / the
section was not deemed necessary all of these things are done J M to .flan'* fa... on All A..... to murder. Bond was set people living In counties where
as ::5 loa Football radio program. -which In- at $3000: each. The boys timber rattler la found are proDe
+' No known yet, on entirely too small a I ; S,_ .,,. tr........ famou. grid mantora ovory Robert I about the
drug or combinationof scale. It should be the greatest 'S Si Friday night. Ha la retiring .. Army'a Barnett. :Malcolm : to tell unusual stories k'

drugs when fed to poultry will personal ambition of every farmer ,c& eoachj In favor at regular army duty. Albert Holt were wounded by a visclousnesa and poisonous g11
'dd increase egg production, nor will and farm woman that "the world In Aatlon....n'photo gam w"exiting... It.. moment Cadets. shotgun charge Barnett being ties of this snake. This olds.much

1 k!, any known drug Increase fertility might be just a tiny bit better for .c_.. ,e-5 "..t_ over V.,.. blinded. j I smaller than the dlamOl1d to

or hatchablllty. my having lived In it." back will have Its opportunity in..

Jacksonville-Borings In the bed prove how really venomous KIf'

P r.. ro4n.nw.vR:,.-vp, k ntq'U qu uY4r''p. .111.v _____h_ .

J 6 ." ",, .. .

.,.,.,,..".". .......,.,,-:, !1w ,. .. ..
_____________ i rui r iii ii tii
Ii-, ..... .. .... .. ,.... .. .... ., eW
", ." ''<"'r 1....' "'r'i'1l"' 1',1", "("' "' ''"'!'''''''. .'''._ '(\''<'I'.lf''T ,,"'''.' '''"'1''"'<''0. "" """" ", <,"n "" ---.4 .' ,

(D.'i'. _ ___ ._ .. .. ._.. STARKR. FLOKinA
_.- --. -- -- ._-- ... _. ---- .. .- -. -- -.-

'- BAPTIST OTK'R] APPLICATION Fill taining; 100 acres more or I..... I, thence run CHat 22 1.3n'r; ., thence 1.320 ft thence West 2,140 ft. thl''' ''
? TAX 1)KKINotlcr ) The Assessment of said property South 17' yards, th..",. west. 83: 1-3 north 3.OHO ft. thencVeat 1,32(1 ft
ls hereby given thatVar- under the said certificate Issued yards, theme North to place uf beginning thence North 5.8HO ft. thence W""l
Sunday school at 10 a. m., A J. av Corporation, a FIori.iit Corporation was In the name of Unknown. as til which property, each 1..120 ft. thence North 1,8CO ft. thorn u
Thomas, supt. Special offering for holdor "f tax turtlflcate" No. Unless said certificate shall he redeemed I I of you said. defendants have or appear Went .dOO ft. theno South .1,120 ft.
ala, Sir. day of August, A. 1>. 1929. according to law tax ,deed to have some Interest or lien thenc West 2,640 ft. thn, r. South
State Missions. ha. filed said certificate,. In my of will Issue thereon on the Slit day ot by virtue of judgment by each of ,600.ft, thencM East 1,120 ft thence.
Worship at 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. flee and made application for tax December, A. D. t912. you obtained against A. A. Durdeni: South 2,640<< ft. thuiim West 1,640,
deed to Issue thereon In accordancewith Dated this 2nd day of November and In said. cause the complainantaeekn ft. thence South 2,640 ft. thence Ka-t;
word isalamP unto my feet and a light unto my nth.-Ptalm 119:105.: m. law. Said certificate embraces A. P. 19S1. to subject the lien of .altl( 2.A40 ft. th*,n<*.. South .640 ft.
Thi Morning sermon on the subject the following described property situated O. \V. ALDERMAN. judgments tn the lien of the com- thence Mast! 1,810 ft. thence South
War. We In Bradford county Florida (Seal) Clerk of Circuit Court, plalnanfa mortgage, AND YOU 1.J40 ft. thence VftKt. 1,820 ft. thane
All religious teaching, doctrine or jOf were disappointed to-wlt.: Bradford County Florida. AND KAC1I OK YOU are hereby. South ,1,91)0 ft. thence Southeast 89(10 ,-
creed, if they are to have any claim ( last Sunday evening; as the rain s<4 of SRV; Sec. 14, Twp. T. a. n. 11-4-Kt-lt-l. required to file with the olerk of ft. to county line; ,also to New
13 Ii,. containing 80 acre more or ... said court written appearance River time division line bntween the
and devotion of the be in and - --- ---- your :
people must of
loyalty harmony with I condition to Rat-
love highway less, (personally: or by attorney) In said two counties: thence 6.820 ft to *
l ? phirTs9of Jesus the Christ whose words fit rfnto every fold and crevice ford prevented Rev. Sheffield from The assessment of said property :\/OTU..1/ OF "PP.I41'Ii"4 won suit on Monday the 6th day ot December point 440. ft. West of the Southwest
Jt-Sfhumitn heart, and of whom it wa* Mid in John 7:46,"NEVER MAN to under the said certificate Issued TAX hEED I 1933 and thereafter to file corner of the Northwest" quarter ot
THIS MAN." coming us. He will be withus was in the name of Henry Fried Notice I. hereby riven that War. your written. de'.n...... If any to the the Northeast quarter. of $eo. 17' iiiTtradford
fpAKE LIKE at some future date.B. man. ay {Corporation a Florida Corpora 1 bill ..f complaint In said. cans atthe County, thence running I
Unless said certificate shall be redeemed tlon, holder of tax certificate 1-1 time prescribed by law. Her.lntau Kast 3.0KA ft; thence Nortk 1,880 ft;
and Union counties Invited deent
Bradford are to use this Y. P. 1. at 6:30:
of p. m. of No. Oil. 4th day of Aiurust, A. '
i'eators according to law tax deed not or judgment will be entered thence East ',"0 ft. thence North
for news of church activities, organization and announce* Mid-week service Wednesday will Issue thereon. on the 5th day of It. 1924. has filed said certificate : against you by default.Don 7.920 ftl; thence West 1.820 ft. thence
Space freely given and no charge mad* the only requirement 7:30: m. December, A. I). 1831. In my office and, made applicationfor and ordered at marks, Bradford North 2,540 ft, thence Mast 17.180 ft.
H. Items reach this office before Wednesday morning p. Hated this tnd day of November tax deed to Issue thereon ,n accordance ; County, Florida. this 29th day to the Southeast corner of Section 8
Er that such 6 A. D. 1933. with law. Raid certificateembraces of October, It32. In Urlldtordo."ty.\ or from whence
they cannot be handled for current IMUO. PRESBYTERIANServices a. W. ALDKTIMAN. the following described A. Z. ADKINS. the line began.Pursuant .
(Seal Clerk of Circuit Court. property situated In Bradford county .1 utlge. to the provision of the
( food and raiment. let be therewith -- Bradford County Florida Florida, to-wlt: KNIGHT KNinilT Starke, 'Ia. Section. 7 referred to above, the taking
I I us Sunday November 13 ll- -5t-12-2. 810V4 of SKM S..". IT' Twp. T 8.n. /Solicitors for Complulnant. ?, hunting, pursuing or molestingof
content. But that will SI K. containing 40 acres more .
I they I 11-4.fit-'I. gam upon these land. will be unlawful
SUNDAY SCllOOL I I, be rich fall into and as follows: "NOTICW OK .''to PP,.,,, '10 TIO'll FOIl or I...... and the possession of gum
temptation TAX The assessment of said property other devices for the Inking cf
LESSON I 10 a. m. Sunday school T. S. DICE or
II into many foolish and hurtful lusts, Notice Is' hereby given, that Waray under the said certificate leaned game upon these landit shall be Unlawful -
--I I which drown men in destructionand Williams acting supt. Corporation: a Florida:: Corpora.lion wat In the name of J. a. W..aver. Notice Is hereby TAT nEED given that War- and It shall be unlawful foranyone
11 a. m. Morning worship ser holder of tax certificate No. Unless said certificate shall he redeemed Florida to cans or permit don to
perdition. But thou 0 man '71. 6th day of AiiBust, A. I). 1U2H has according to law tax deed ay Corpoiatlon, a Corporation enter upon this area.C >> ,
FOR NOVEMBER IS, 1932 mon by the pastor. filed said certificate will Issue therenn on the fith day of holder of tax certificate 1.7 of C. WOOr>WARD
In office
of God flee these things and follow my '
; No. *25. 4th day of July, A. I) 1937,
and made December. A. n JUl.Oat..d State Game Commissioner
6:30: p. tn. Christian Endeavor. application for tax deedto
has said ceitlflcate of-
filed In
after righteousness godliness Suit of November my
Issue thereon this day ,
In accordance with Approved:
a Living. Topic "Good and Evil in News- floe and made application\ for tax :
: nnvLn
Subject faith love patience meekness." law. Said certificate embrace the A. 1> 193.1. is. CARI.TON,
to Issue thereon 'III accordance
Golden Text: "Be not slothful papers," leader Mrs. M. W. Mor- following; described property situated n. w. Ai.r>nnMAN. with I 'law. tumid certificate embracea Uovernor of Florida. 10-8$- t-ll-ll
6 .
Clnrk of Circuit Court.Tlradtm'
In Bradford ((8..1) ,
county to.
Romans 12:10-11.: row. Florida.I the following described 1 property .
i business. SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST wit: County, < ; : :; NO'IIC'H OF'* APPLICATION FOR
situated In Bradford FlorIdii
Lesson Text: Deut. 24:14-15: : 7:30 p. m. Evening worship, N<4 of NWW of NWV1;; 8eo.IJ' Twp I.-4-61_.-I.2S.oTl'i.. to-wlt: county, FOIl T'Io''
7 8. It. It -- -'--'- ----- I
12:10-11: ; Amos 5:16-15: ; song and sermon. K. containing 1 acresmore ,'1PIM.ir.kTIOKOH' N<4 of $ICt', E' of 8WU Sno. 14, Notice Is hereby given that V. R.
a-nans God Continued \ $ OK .
The Law of ( ) leas.
Twp. 7 H. It. XI H. containing. 160acres Ftu KUSOII, hnliler t imrt tax: cer-
!ark 6:3: Luke 12:13-21: ; 19:1-26: ; 19. In consequence of thla", what Prayer meeting Wednesday at The. assessment of said property .U hereby TAX I>.Iv..n.KHINotice > that "vanav more or less.Tho I tlflotvf-i No $2?. Kill day of August.
1 Tim. 6:6-16. 7:30 tinder the said certificate Issued assessment of said 'tv A. D 1P30 bus fllnd acid certificate'
36-13; : p. m. propel
mess. ; value did Christ place upon their was In the name of Unknown. Corporation ol a Florida Corpora'lion tinder. tho mud .ceitlflcate Issuedwas j In i my; olYlot I itiid, mado applicationi 1
this lesson we quote the A cordial Invitation to all our Unless I said certificate shall be holder tax certificate No.
l'sdeemed -
for worship ? "But In vain they doI In the name of Unknown.I'nless i I fur tax: deed to IHSU thereon lit aooordanv -
and few statements services to all. according to law tax e 370. 4th day of August, A 11. 1934 shall hredeemed .. with law. Said certificateflml
everal texts a extended kl' 1 1Lh'etl..b..r. office said reitlflvnte *
Me for doctrinesthe has filed said certificate In tnv -
teaching will Issue
worship thereon on the day .
l the
observed I according i to lit w, fa* de < >uic-f following
iide by men who have 6 A. n. 1932. and madA application for tax
of situated. In Bradford
commandments men. I will Issue theretm on he lilt day propel ty county '
commit teed in theoridS TIIERES8.U.I..IST C'lU'RCII i Dated this Cud day of November deed to Issim thnrenn In accordancewith >. Florldn to-wlt
wrongs of December A. D 193 :
e certificate vnibmcesth
law. ;
life both Matt. : A. I'. 1932. Puled this 2nd dity uf Novembur l'Jv'4 of $W'4 of N11 U* BAD. S3, Tp.
business : I following i 'described' propertyslatualed
among 20. What Is sin declared to be ? n W ALDEriMAN. A. D. 1932. R H. II. 84 l-inst containing 10 .crlll.
Services will be held (Son!) Clerk of Circuit, In Bradford county, Florida
!,ch and the poor.In Saturday Court n. w. .\KnMAN.: more or lens.Tha .
sin trana-
commlteth to-wit
"Whosoever ,
nradforU :
24:14-15: God before the third Sunday of each County. Florida of A (Soul) Clerk of Circuit. Court: assessment of said' "propertyumliT
Deuteronomy 11-4-51-12-8. HRM: of NWH NR'cl SW'i :
gresseth also the law: for sins is Bradford County.. Florida. I the said certificate I Isnucil was
of sw'or
shalt not a month. --- Kof: NWVi of 11\\\\ A: NW\ 4 I In
"Thou oppress 11-4-GI-12-U. tile of Mrvvard
Jiil. naimi. l'top'iI'tIi'SCompany.
i the transgression of the law- :\0'1'1111 OF AI''''.'(' \TIOFOH HWVi & N'" of flF.! HWH "14cc.ii _. .
,red servant that Is poor and i John 3:4.: D. L. Phillips Pastor. TAX' l>iii: > ., Twp. '7 i 8. U 13 I 10. contnlnlng 140 -- UnlcHH mild certificate shall bit

whether he be of thy breth- 6 Notice Is hereby given, that War- acres. more or lees, M UI'I'I'1Il'lI) NU.M rednemed acuordlng to law tnx deed
tedy I I 21. By what is the knowledge 01'sin Lake Worth Oakley Theatre ay Corporation, a Florida Corporation The assessment of said. property. Notice IH Hereby, given that tinder will IMMIIO thereon on th* lIst day
that '
;n. or of thy strangers are ? "For by the law Is the knowledge holder of tax certificate 8-10 under the said rertlflcat. Issuedwas anil by virtue of a final. decree offoreclosure of November A. U. 1932.
thy land within thy gates; atii 1 reopened. or No. 09. 6th day ot Auxuxt A. D. In the name of Mist Mary J. mndfl. and rendered hr Dateil this 18th day of October
of sin. Rom. 3:20: See Rom 1!2928> has lied said ceitlflcatw, In my nerldleh.UnlnsM. the H.,,,. A. V. f.onir. Judge< of the A..1'. 1U32.
day thou shalt give him hisre 7:7.: i office and made application for tax said certificate. shall ho redeemed : Circuit Court of the Rth itidic'ialCircuit O W. AM)RUM A NT.
neither shall the sun go down Leesburg -.- T. J. Redding open deed to Issue thereon In accordancewith according to law tat. deed, of "'hit'''''', In nnd for Alnrliua (Hi.nl I) Cleik of circuit Court
22. How many of the command I ed mercantile store. law. tHatd" certificate nmbracosthe will Issue' thereon on lbS Bill. day County, i In Chnnoery, ..Inl'hurth. Bradford\ County "Finikin ,
and setteth
,>x>n it for he Is poor. ments it is necessary to break in ._ following. described 1 property of necemher A. n. 1931.Pated .. absence of tha Honorable A, YAdltlns /:, 10-Jl-6t-ll-18
i heart upon It: lest he crygatnst -- ----- situated In Itradford: county, Florida this Snil dny of Novemhrr Judge of the Jdth Judicial ._------- ---- -
thee unto the Lord and itt order to become a transgressor of Clermont-W. E. Stansell opened to-wlt: A. 1>. 1033. Circuit.. .i from I the sit il i th Judicial
the law? N'rcU\ of Nre. 8ec. 84 Twp '7 8. It. a w, AnnKHMAN, (Circuit dated the 201 Ii day of On- 'I(lii'l'l 0)0' FIMtl. IHocf'lUa]
sin unto thee." This rule Is meat market here. 21 F3. containing 40 aires more or (Seal) Clerk of Circuit (',Court tuber : that certain cause, Sixty day utter date hereof on
"For whosoever shall keep the In.. H"AdforI County. Florida.. ll1lrrlll pending, : between, TheFeders to-wlt ; the 21th day. of November,
iplicabla today. I whole law, and yet offend In some XITlttt O1 AIM'I.K':ATIOV FOil The assessment of said properly ii-4-et-ia-2. I Land Bank of Columbia 1932: I the undersigned AdnilnlKlra-
AmoS is called the "Farmer- TAX I>KICI) under the said. certificate Issued -. -- ._- --- Plaintiff and Barbara ftrorll'.n.-. wl.I tor of the Ii'Htata of Horace Mubry",
rophet" and in Chapter 5, hepiki point he is guilty of alL For He Net Ire |I. hereby given,. that War- was In the name of )oJ. J. Dowllna NOTIfH OJ!' APPI.M'ATIO-V Foil ow. et al, Defendants, the undersigned I deoeitsed, will present my voucher' '
that said Do not commit adultery ary Corporation a Florida Corpora- Unless said certificate shall be re- T\x' i)"::1':" who was therein appointed and final ncimunt as such Admlnls
for God thus, "Forasmuch I thin holIer of tax", certificate No. deemed according to Jaw tax deed Notice Is hereby Riven that War. nN Special I Master In Chancery to tralor' to the Honorable Oao. A. J
said Do not Kill. Now if
isretore as your treading is upon also. I 201 4th day cf August, A. I). 1924 will Inane theieoir on the 6th day ny Corporation, a Florida Corpora i fxenutA, the saint, will, on Monday Oarillnnr, County Judge In and for I,
thou commit no adultery and yetif has filed Maid certificate" In my office December. A. D. 1032. I tion. I..hl..r of tax certificate No. the 6th day' of Dvcemlier. 19.13: during Bradford County, Florida, and ask '
M poor and ye take from him thou kill thou art become a and made application for tax Dated tills 2nd day of November ill. 4th day of Julv., A. 1) un, has the legal hours of sale, before for his approval' of same and mydischnsre ;
trims of wheat: ye have built deed to ISHIIA .thereon In accordancewith A. D. 1932. filed said. certificate In my office the court house minor In Starke, as such Administrator.Thla j
transgressor of the law." James 2: law. Raid certificate embrace o. 'V. Ai-nrcnMAN.: and made application for tax deedto Flotilla, ,, sell to the highest end bestItldder XOth dny; of September, 1931, '
OUKS of hewn stone but ye shall 10,11.NoteThis. the following described property (Seal) Clerk of circuit Court, Issue thereon In accoilance with I for cash, the following dnMcrlbnn MILT.IcrL U JohNS ',
it dwell in them: ye have plant- situated In Bradford county, Flotdn Bradford County, Florida. I law. Hald certificate embraces the land, Nitaute. lying l and being 30-IU-11-2H.' Administrator.
shows that the ten to-wlt: ll-4-Ot-12-a. t..llowlll.rlh..d property situated In Bradford County, Florida,
j pleasant vineyards, but he shallot commandments are a complete WH of SWM fi"... 25 Twp. '7 8. U. ---- I In Bradford .county Floildii, to- to-wlt.: .M>TH'M OP APPLICATION Foil .
drink wine of them. For Inow 22 N. containing 80 acres more or NO'I'U' o..' 'IoPPI.U''Io'I'IO'll' FOR wit: The NW of the HKM.( : \ l""" rlglit-of-. T\X IIFKIINotlca :
manifold whole, and together constitute but le.". TAX' DKKI1Notice r<" 'A..1. RWM Sec. 23, Twp. '7 S. n. wily of the A. H. It. (II. Hallway, In. hereby given, that II. D. .
of your transgres- one law. Like a chain of ten links The aHHeHffment, of Bald property In hereby Riven, that War- 21 fl. contalnliiK '70 acieM. more or being n strip lot feet wide. across Nay, holder of tax Certificate No.4K ;.
mi and your mighty sins; they tinder the said certificate Imiuedwas ay Corporation, a Florida Corporation I....... same, soil the Hl<:<4 of the NRV. all I ihe '7th day of July. A. D. 1980, f,
they take a bribe all are Inseparably connected to- In the name of Brooklyn Land holder of tax t-ortlflcate lof The assessment of salil property being In Hectlon 1, Township I j 7 has filed said. certificate In my ot1 l
Jllct the Just gether. If one link Is broken the Co. No. 277.' 6th day of July A. 13. 128 under. the said certificate Issued H. II. 2(1( 13., containing 118 acres, flee 1 anil. mad. application for tagileed j
,J they turn aside the poor hihe UnleNa said certificate shall bo re- has flIed said certificate In my of. was In the namo of Win 10. Var- more or less .. to Issue. thereon In accordance
from their right. Seek chain is broken. d gate 23. How may we be freed from will Issue thereon on the 5th day of deed to Issue thereon In accordance, said certificate shall. be redeemed tn be made pursuant to said decreeto the following rlescrllmil' I.rop"rly.lt.
nod and not evil that ye may December A. I>, 1933. with luw.. Haiti certificate embraces according to. law, tax deed satisfy. the same and costs.H. I', uateil In Brudforil County. Florida, .
: Hate the evil and love the the guilt of our sins or our trans Dated thin 2nd day of November, tha following described property will Issue thernnn on I ho tin tiny. K. PKHIIYMAN."" :
ve gressions of God's law ? "If we con- A. 1>. 1932. situated In Bradford, county Florida of Dncember A. F). 1932. A.. Special! Master In (Chaneerv lO'8'f.1W of NM 4 A NKM ut PRU Seo. .' .
'OIl and establish Judgment in lo-wlf Dated I 2nd of November, IO-2H-6t-ll-2ff. $' 7 S. 83 M HO '
fess he is faithful and O. W, AT.nKTIMAN : this day jAYTON IIIIA Y. 7, Twp. It. acres.Th '
ae gate." our sins (Seal) Plerk of rircult Court, SEVi of SEVi\ Sec. 81, Twp '7 H. U. A. D. 1933. assessment of said property i
just to forgive us our sins, and to Tlradfnrd County Florida. 22 13. containing, ; 40 acres Inore or O. W. ALDERMAN, IfOTICMVoile under. the said certificate Issuea wa '. \I
Throughout the world there has cleanse us from all 11 .4. l-U.2. I....... (Soal) Clerk of Circuit Court for the .'.lu.lnsr at m Certain In the name of Bunk Buck.Unless .: I
sea i tendency toward division 'I uprlghteoua- The assessment" of said property Bradford County, Florida. Area IN linloit and llrailforil C..un. aald certificate shall be ) I f
based'' ness." 1 John 1:9.: No.rU..l APPLICATION: roll tinder tho Maid certificate Issued I L.-lt-12-2.. .ties an. a 4ame ltefHgeUnder redeemed according to law, tax: I
)f the people into classes; 24. Why are we admonished to TAX UF.En was In the name of_ Ilamuton Tie & :..._____ authority of Hectlon '7 1 used will tactic theieou on the 14th II <: I
i wealth or race, or education. Notice Is hereby given that. War- Timber Co. 'VOTIfM Chapter J UH, Laws ot Florida, Acts day of November A. I>. 1938.Dnled .
fear God and keep His Command ay Corporation, a Florliln Corporation Unless said/ certificate nmll be redeemed The Stale of Florida, to John 13. of I(1(21)( notlcu In herebv given' this 10th dRY of October
Lack of Influence was applied ments ? holder of tax certificate No. according, to law, tax deed hurst A Company, a corporation, on and after November 20th, tIJ*nl: A. I). 1032. 'I
> Christ himself in Mark 6:3.tare 352. 4th day of July. A. r>. 1987 ha. will Issue thereon on the Gth day of whose ptlnclpal plan' of business fir a period of flvn years a certain O. W. ALDERMAN'
the rulers of the Jews said, "Fear God and keep His commandments filed said certificate In my office 'Lu'enler A. I>. 1932. Is Baltimore Maryland and Wear- area In Union and Bradford counties (Heal) Clin-k of Circuit Court ,
: for this la the whole and made. application. for tax deedto .Dated this 2nd day of November Well Corporation a corporation will bn closed as a gain refuge Bradford County Florida.
II i not this the carpenter the son Issue thereon In accordance with A. D. 19)2. whose principal placo. of business Is TliB hoiindary, line deiiil, 'Iptlon of 10-14-61-11-11..
[ the brother of James and duty of man, for God shall bring law. $aid certificate embraces the O. W. ALDERMAN Baltimore, Maryland, sid 'raddock. this area Is a. follows!
Mary every work into judgment with followltiK described property situated (Seal) r.1..I'k of Circuit Court, Terry Company, a corporation, Beginning' tot :i Southeast Corner XI().t'I'I'1) TO IX-iHTOU: AND
toes, and of Juda and Simon? In Bradford county Florida, to- Bradford, County. Florida. whose principal nlaoa of business Is of Section Township K South, rilKIIITOHMNotice '
I are not his sisters here with every secret thing whether It be wit: 11,4-6t-12-I. I.ynchhurir, Virginia' ; Ton, and each llange 23 llast. In Bradford. county) .Is. hereby given that all
good, or whether it be evil. Eccl. of SWVi Twp. .-- -- of you are hereby notified that a thence running North 11,880 feet; crmlitora legatees, distributee and
a? And they were offended at 12 13 14. '7 H..I.X"2r' 1... containing;: ;O'6g': acres :VOTIfH nf APPl.lfATlOV' Lou suit has been brought against youin thence West 1.820 ft.i thence North nil persona having nlalms against
Jm." : more or less. TAX i-i-u: the Circuit: Court of Bradford 1.32O ft.: thence West 10,660 ft.; the *star of OilY C. (Cady deceased
25. What will be the standardin The aHsessment of said property Notice Is hereby given that Waray County, Florida, In {Chancery by thence south 1.820: ft. thence west are hereby reiiiiested\ to Pree.nttheir
III Chapter 12 of Luke Jesus under the said certificate iMStiod Corporation, a 9'irIiia.; Corporation Bank ot Htarke, a corporation or. 1.840 ft. thence, southwest a,580 ft. claims: to the Hon. leo. A.lardlner .
ild, "Take heed and beware of judgment? was In the name of Unknown. holder of tax certificate ,5-11 ganlsod and existing under and by thence South! 1.76O ft. thence west ( County Judge of Ur d-
"So speak ye and so do, as they Unless said certificate hall be redeemed of No. >270> 6th day of July A. V. virtue of the laws, of Florida wherein 1.120 ft. thence south 3.089 ft. thence ford County Florida for the upKroval .
etousness: for a man's life con- according? to law tax deed 1026, has filed said certificate In the relief sought, Is the foreclosure Went 1,820 ft. thence Mouth 1,820: ft. : within I I one year from date
that shall be the law of :
teth not in the abundance of judged by will Issue thereon on the 5th day my office and made application for of mortgage over the following thence West 9,620 ft. to county line) or this notice will. 'bo held In
possesseth. '" liberty." James 2: 12. of December A. I.'. 1SI32. tax, deed. to Issue thereon In accord. described property to-wlt! also to New lllver the division between bar thereto, and all person Indebted
ce things which he Dated this2nd day of November .anu. with law. Raid certificate embraces Lots 17.' 18, 19 and 30 of Block the two counties; thence 176U ,- to said estate are remiesteil' to I pay
i that chapter Jesus illustrated A. I). 11133. the following described 14 according to the Enney surveyof ft. In Union county. This point their, said debt forthwith to lute
lie Save soap scraps put them O. W. AI.DEHMAN: property situated In Bradford county Hampton, Florida: alm, begin-1! la the Moutheast corner of the Southwest undersigned executrix. I
wrong use of riches thus "The through a food chopper and use (Seal Clerk of Circuit Court. I Florida. to-wlt: fling. 165 yards east of the NW corner Quarter of the Northwest riuar- This Seth' day of September, 1132.
und of a certain rich man I Flradford County Florida. NH of NB'4' & K'4' of aw<4! otNK'4 of NEY. of N10% In Section to tar of Section II In Union and Bradford MRS. FLORA 11. CAUY
he them as soap chips. ]. ll-4-6t12-2. Sec. 37.Twp. '7 H. H. 22 K. con Township '7 i South, flange 22 Bast, counties thence running north J.30-91-11-25. IGxeoutrlx..
nought forth plenti1'ully-and _ _ -_- --- it
Id-I will to soul Soul .
say my

boa'<* has much goods laid up 1- THE MAIN THING ON MAIN STREET"; :. By LTF. Van Zelm l .

many years; take thine ease, 1 ___ _...____u__ __ .
uu -
I, drink and be But God -- -

d unto him, Thou merry.fool this night .n; 't 11/) '! :--:.. Wd.1. (IF' THAT AIH'T tf LOOi'IT 4!JA'Y'li .::-;..;.;Y--' IGiOCQY 41' QE. 1Jatt4rJ T
J soul shall be required thee ; ;! '$JlJ-iiili ___-_ THE/ ( D0G'GOHE.'E'TU' .EXHISITLETt -. j12iED (

-*> l Is he that layeth up treasures MAIN 'JTCEET'SBEIT TUHNEI.I FAWCETT PLACE To BUILD ij tTCI! < AROUND AH' --- -' ,


illustrated the duty of
wardship( by the parable of the

no who entrusted his property to TO TOWN

i servants when he went to air -

country on business: "And heM

his ten servants and deliv-

"M them ten pounds and said A COuPlt ofJAtS

111I10' them. Occupy till I come." CAME IX5W1 TO MAIM

ia his return the man called on STREET LAST SATuCIVW

gents for a report. "Then NIGHT ANDSPEMT ALL

"M the first, saying.: Lord thy EVEMIMG: CUBBEBiMG

Nerd" hath gained ten pounds. And
IBid J AT I : I
unto him Well, thou good 'i" ,
because :
; thou hast been :
>.Jtt. .
wul in a very little have thou WINDOVXt PlUMBING., --

gorily over ten cities. And the .

pond came saying Lord thy SHOP. ,k .. ': \.
L It"
?amd hath gained five pounds. __,_ .1--_ tua.-. ;
he said :: .)
hq likewise to him. Be -_ ___ __ T__...:...- :
} also over five cities. And2fW

came saying Lord be- DOROTHY DARN I By Charles McMantis i1 :

;r1' here Is thy pound which I

kept laid .. .. -
CIIIIe J thou art up an in austere a napkin man; be-: ii1 THEN YOO MOST I METHENAME.Oc HI ( (
/ I
::a takeat up that thou layest LITTLE GIRU 00 TOWN YOU? I MAAM KNOW ] 5ji14oMEevE.NAp1EoT0M\\ lTEL-L I EVE AND I'LU .'

Ikbtwn.. and reapest that thou LIVE IN TH13' HIM' OP I I

:tJa. sow. And he salth unto
of thine own mouth will I

fS thee. thou wicked servant. a; _

erefore then gavest not thou ,) I I'j
11 La
It money into the bank, that

"? coming I might have re. I ,I<

"?" IIIJne own with usury?" T I y.i.flf.ei&. '

are .
accountable for what .
% have 1 Ii )

..tji-I: in and 2 Thee how 3:10-12 that: Is Paul used 4t iSI di .5

the ? qtD
jo church. "For even I : -
,*were with you, this we .M Jh- I
t lit you that u My would _

Work; neither should he: eat. .,
W. hear
that there are some

\IVa1k among diaorder-
J. you

-:: not it all, but as busy-

"eo' Now tleta that are such

li JDlrnand p 4 exhort by our ( .- '

__ the8SUa Chrl ". that with quiet. 31

'l" Work find eat their own %

::8,fri 1 TiD\thy Chapter 9, (3 'trtt. a Cc4 '4 sue4. .. --.__,. :_-_... .. PfIPIASIiJ C IlA'% $

'* 9. and 11. Paul wrote to a.

; r Preacher, "And having: ,


.. ,01... .. ..... .' .'i .. .. e.,,., .. ,. n '-' .._.. '-' -''I- -- '' .( -i'. : ,
... ..:!'_'' .,'.o "''':..'.'........ ''''_' '''''h';'''''', -" '
.' 'M 1.... ""' :::"

', '",, ._ W TTT J '-J'.4' ....... h.__. ,._-?.wwMw.oiw.u.w.xr_ +e.N"rrtaauw.uwwus.. auwnuw..__+"wxur-k .rl = ; ; ;;;; _eawernwc.wf .- I

I' ','1>) .

___ --- '-'--"';.. cr _.-,_'--_-'===-_______.___._______ __.__ ___ --- _.._-_._-,---- 'NOVEMRrD... ..... 183 I
Bradford County TelegraphEstablished
r r' -- -SCHOOL kEA,9

Although It la still October, occasional 5co (Late (This Is one.. of a series of ar- W. H. Hart, manager of the COMMERCIAL

1877'MEM.BER forest fires may be observed ticles prepared,.under the auspices Hart Furniture Store announced CLASS

alongside public highway ) : of the Florida Medical Association this week that he ;J has purchased PROGRAM- ..,
fax If destruction of trees has'begun f Classify I the series U intended to give terse- the home of Mrs. B." E. Johns on Mrs Hudson's

this early, we may expect to see< ly to the lay reader information on North Church street The house is the commercial c
FLORIDAPRESS ASSOCIATION many thousands of acres laic By RUSSELL KAY general health subject We are an attractive five-room bungalow.Mr. chapel Friday: progralll In I

waste before the approach of Stcnttry, FIorKU. Pr w Asiatic. presenting them to our reader in and Mrs. John have moved Songs of other
1932 0 spring and heavy rains. ELEPHANT the hope that the information contained Into the Phillip house on East Through the lands, CoIIIfn
'L the tittle Rye,
"a:J 0'LUtl'/tCl' :J .0Cd6L" .. There la no question but that It pill"Try*" the gentleman in the frock therein will be of value chil-,) Madison. avenue. Wearing of the Green Lola, lost i
that Morgan
? is difficult: to prevent fires stftrtlniin of Every mother knows Williams
hat held a box
l coot and high
our woods. They soon become all" In the palm dren need large amounts of food. RIPE BERRY SHOWN HERE Time for
the famous
\. Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class unusually dry even after ban of one hand and his listeners In The appetites of children seem, at Pearce, Randolph Crosby,
rains, and the utmost care should times, Insatiable: Many a 12yeari The first officially ripe straw- Jackson. Ito
Matter at the Post Office at Starke Florida the of the other.
: be observed while In the forest palm old boy eats as much as,his father, berry of the 1932 season waa Dreaming of :My
r The hunting season will soon be |who has more than double his brought into the Telegraph office Sweet Home, Old 11011I

t. E. S. Matthews .._.._ Owner and Publisher upon us and the danger from fires "Rhumatlsm, lumbago matter, Fallen what weight. What Is there about a Saturday by Cecil Crawford, a Glee Club by O'Hara. -D, 11.

J. C. Robinson Managing EditorSUBSCRIPTION will increase measurably. arches, mange ailment, no, ELEPHANT child that makes so much food farmer living'several miles northeast A Visit to the
I Assuming that it is far more your your necessary? of Starke. There have been Bunnie Canova
pill give Instant relief, why Buffer Qeorge preoot
RATE difficult to prevent conflagrationsIn ladle and gentlemen, what Food For Exercise rumors of other ripe berries, but Piano Solo, Sea Card
Florida lands than It Is In ens-Ala
this was the first to be recordedat jorie Stump.
. Yearly, $1,50; Six Months, 75c-Payable In Advance other sections, we should redoubleour this startling' remedy has done for Every muscular motion results our office The Three
others, It will do for you. Why in the giving off of heat. As chil- Musketeers- -Musk
Rates efforts! against wanton destruction Mr. Crawford that he ha teers: Ivan
Advertising on Application says Hazen
a ,
? wear active Lacy
of our valuable timber get up nights dren are normally very Harmon Futc:
t assets. If France and other thickly' truss T"AneS they give off a great deal of heat, never had a better looking standof vleve Morgan; flappers: Cep
berries, and that they are look- Kenly. Elaine
and a* the heat must be produced Pratbe
Welcome Democrats! populated European countries find Thelma
It profitable to utilize every available down the line, a gentleman I either from food or from body sub Ing fine throughout his section of redge Priest; the traveler: ii',
the Robinson.
, .1 0 acre for trees, surely Floridacan in a check suit with a red tie and stance, they must in order not to county. The

afford to protect the thousands diamond stick pine fervently ex- lose weight, eat a great deaL Full Chances for a million dollar Frow Farmyard- E wi

i It was another landslide, and it landed right on top of of acres of waste lands tolled the virtues of DONKEY activity, high spirits, active vital crop Bradford have never been better In o Irish Strickland.
against the most destructive ele- tonic, the only remedy that never processes are all part of the nor County, this young farm Club. Hills- -B, H. S, Clt

the Republican party. ments known to them. To prevent fails "Buy a bottle and regain mal make.up'of the child. Food er said.

forest fires should be the aim of your health,,every drop Is price economy baa no place in his life. MARY ANN e WARD -.-- --

0 every citizen of this state, and it I less ladies,and gentlemen, priceless -: A rosy, chubby, active baby and a Mr Gray: "What must we dot,,

already would not be a bad idea to get out falling, hair, Ingrowing toenails well-built, sturdy boy or girl are '' fore our sins can be fortfvea
.I! A Democrat will be in the White House again, and of the car occasionally to put outa pink tooth-brush, or what i,normal. The emaciated, listless one Mr. Mary Ann Ward? wtfe of A. E.: "Sin."
Mr Charles Ward, died here at the
we are having fine strawberry weather. fire that has Just been started. have you DONKEY tonic, na- :is not normal. home of her son, Walter Ward November "' -
.'* gift to suffering humanity No substitute for food can be Mis
Lakeland Ledger and Star Telegram Florence:
I 1. She Is survived four "Why don't ,
01 : by vc
, will cure it"So offered to meet the needs of the wash, your face before
children, two boys and two girls, you com t
active. BTowina' healty child. Exercise
Speaking of Democratic strongholds, what about Gra- --------- and take Ilia Carter of Palatka, Ella Guth- school? I can see what you hn
we pay our money 1* needed for the proper development for breakfast this
ham Not a single vote was cast there for hoover our choice.: 'Then we get home of frame, muscle, heart ery of Green Cove Spring, and Ivan: "What morning"Dirty "
was it!
Maybe You've where we can sit down and think and lungs. This activity calls for and Calvin Ward, both of Miss Florence:

----0 I r.' ", 1 about it, and we begin to wonder beat and beat comes from fuel and Starke. She was a member of the : "Wrong. "Eggs"Ivan That

: if maybe we wouldn't be better off that fuel to the child Is I food. Missionary Baptist church at Oak day" was yestfi

.Clothes make the man, and support. make,tile football ti Heard It, But if we bad our money back. Com- Food For GrowthIn Grove mother.and was a devoted wife and -

team. Everybody turn out for the homecoming game I mon sense and experience tells ua addition to the food needs Mrs."
that messed up like we are it'* for the intense juvenile activity, Long: "No woman ev(

-0- Haw) A sign on the Gainesville gonna take something more than there is the Important factor of BANANAS GROWN AT LAKE about takes another" woman's advli
road says "Men Working Slow." tonic: pills or soothing syrup to put growth. The growing child must
Things cooled off quickly after the election. The ther- Airs. Flora B. Cady la gathering Mrs.; Carpenter: "Naturally Ydon't ,
And of
they were. us back In circulation again. have an extra supply food from .

mometer dropped about ten degrees Wednesday morning. ---.. which, by the processes of diges- her quite trees harvest the of banks bananas from the ask" the'enemy how to w
on of war.
A bottling company in Sena- And you and I have been stand- tion, material may be absorbed, Kings-
0j tobla Miss., was sued recently bya In' around Ustenin' to 'em call each and then in the elaborate body ley Lake. Nine large bunches have -
already been picked from the trees Mr. Larson "Pardon
I woman who claimed that she be- other a big' this 'and that, and machine, reconstructed into : me, bj
We don't intend to be mean, but do you remember Chair- Ijody and there are still four or five left could you tell me If there Is a ba
ill after bottle of
came drinking a paint pictures\ of misery, grief and flesh, fat and Bone.
man Sanders' prediction of Monday that Hoover would be re- pop that she alleged contained a hard luck'until.. It's no wonder Food for'Vital Activities ripening. Anyone who has never attending this school with one tv,

elected by a minimum of 338 electoral votes? fly. At the trial a witness for.the we're weak end dizzy with a painIn These two demands for food- at seen.Mrs.banana at home may do so named Mac Davis?"
Cody's. The visitor Eldredge: "Maybe I could he
company drank a bottle of the the neck.. muscular activity and growth-are
:' 0 beverage containing twenty files more or, less obvious However, surprised to find that the you. Do you know the name
to that they are harmless. all studies bunches apparently grow upside his other eye?"
prove And the time they know and recent of children have
Join the Red Cross! More than 2,200 chapters have participated Unofficial reports have it that shown down, with the end of the fruit -
we know that for the most part a third special demand for a
in unemployment relief in their communities. The five women fainted as the witness It'. Just so much HOOEY, if all larger food intake. Even in quiet I pointing skyward Instead -of toward Kitty: "Mother, is cofferdam|

annual Roll Call, November 11 to 24, supplies the dues to finance downed the last fly. the campaign speeches of both sleep there is Internal muscular This the Is the ground.first season that Mrs. bad word Mother forKitty's : "No, my dear,,|
lAid end end It and this Internal
candidates were to activity vital activity
this work and other services. Cady has gathered fruit. The 13 perfectly all right.
A bridge lesson In an exchange, would still be a BIG LIE. of the quiet, resting child is any
says. : large harvest U due to last year's Kitty: "Well, my teacher hu I
very high. Scientific studies of the
o mild winter. bad cold and I hope she'll coffej
"Culbertson teaches that a suit It's really amazing that we heat developed when the body is .... "

A headline in the Times-Union says "Opponents of should be bid at the start of the American have the courage and ,quiet have been made with babies, STORES CLOSE TODAY dam head off. ._.
I. Bridge Hold Mass Meeting." However, upon reading the article auction whenever possible; Sims faith to even,try to go on in the young children, boys and girls, and Lee burg Welrsdale citrus |gro
gives preference to opening bids of
face of all the men and women. The
\ find that it is the river alarming predic- Interesting Every business house in Starke ers association formed recent
bridge they
we a across are opposing no trump when a hand contains lona and results of these
frightful prophesies Investigations may will close Its doors promptly at 11 and took over packing house owij
and not the kind where down four tricks ten acres. j' be found in
you go politician crowd on us. publication 302 of the o'clock this morning and remain ed by S. F..Danzer.
Excuse ua, but aren't getting
doubled redoubled and vulnerable. Carnegie Institute of Washington. closed for
the rest of the day in
off the subject just a little? I But In the ejid of the day. there'sno.one D, C., entitled "Metabolism and observance of Armistice day. Dunedin Florida Royal Gro\|

o- man qn,single group of men Growth from Birth to Puberty." 'The memorial program will be- Corporation granted charter to <
Imagine tbe plight of the editor that are powerful enough to bring No,wonder children are naturally gin at 11 o'clock In real estate business.
J the high school gage
Roger Babson' says that eighty-five per cent of our busi- of a virile weekly whose supplyof I prosperity or create a panic all by hU 1gry. Think of their food demands auditorium. All ex-service men

ness depends on Main Street and only fifteen per cent on Wall the letter to Table"s" was Talks stolen Ac- themselves pemocrat or Repub- They are Incessantly ac- will meet at ten o'clock at the Leg- Jacksonville Construction

Y Street In other words he believes that business recovery account cording of the theft In the here next is issue an- lican we're' gonna go on, and keepon tive at play or at work and to sup Ion hall and march in a body to the start In near future on new Fe
i goin on, and the direction we port this activity the combustion school house eral courthouse and post offi i must start from the bottom rather than from the of the paper:
, up top Lathe go In depends on you and me anda of food within the body Is neces In the afternoon Starkltea will building.

down. night thome thneaklng lot of other folks just like us. sary. Moreover, they need the attend the homecoming game between -
thcoundrel thole Into our compo -
food to supply the material for Bradford Lake plans
High and City-Working
.3, 0 Ineth thing of room all the and eththeth.pilfered the There-cab- And now that the little Medicine growth. Finally, the flrea of life which will be played at 3 o'clock Jasper at new administrative and clinic*
Show Is over and they've folded burn more intensely In children *
the ball ,. and staff officers' qua
park. building
Again' that this is wonderful in fore would like to take ad-,
we repeat truly we
a age their tents and moved on, bur jobIs than In adults; more heat is being 4 ters for Veterans' Hospital, to coi

.' which we live. Five hours after the polls closed Tuesday vantage of thlth opportunity to i to snap out of it, take what we given off In proporatlon to their ; Stuart-Local streets to be oiled about $200,000 In course of pupa

I afternoon voters knew that Franklin D. Roosevelt would be general apologize Inthlpld to our readerth for the of I got and_mak :the best of it. size... And for. every unit of heat a Jon.
appearance ; OBI mere must be a ,I
our next President. In the old days citizens living in outlying 'your paper. We would altho like j We've each got our own little amount of heat furnished corresponding through I'

districts couldn't find out who was elected in time enough to to thtate that if at any time In the I i I I row to hoe and it's high time we. food.

I get to the inauguration. yearth to come we thhould thee started hoeing! it. the weeds have I I
thlth dirty thnake in the'grathth gettln' STRUTH'S WHITE LEGHORNS 10 Ibs. Meal I2c
been away, ahead of us -
about the premltheth, It will be our LEAD IN LAYING
! 0 -- while we were sfandln 'round lls CONTEST
complete and thorough thatlthfac tenin' to the spellers. They tell

As Al Smith prophetically remarked several weeks ago, tlon to thhoot him full of holeth 'us the Lord helps those that help Wm.'H.: Struth of Starke la feeling -! 10 Ibs. Grits 15c
Thank -
j it is no longer a question of whether or not the Democrats you. themselves, and if even the Lord quite chesty these days to find

1, will be elected, it is a question of what they will do with their The Southern Telephone News needs our cooperation, It stand to :that his flock of' 160 fine White
reason that a mere President don't Leghorn pullet are standing first j
II'' victory tells the story of little Isaac cry- stand much chance of settln' the !in production for tbe month of, 10 Ibs. No.1 1 Irish Potatoes Ijc

, The Democrats have won, and the eyes of a trusting Ing bitterly on one of the main world on fire.:all by himself. September In the "Purina PrIze I
of a big city. His sobs soon Pullet Contest" which started Sealtember
: nation are turned upon them. Of course, no intelligent man brought a large crowd about him. '
I The thing for all of us to do 1st In six nearby counties.. 8 Lard 63c
'I expects a sudden shower of silver dollars as soon; as,Roosevelt He was a miserable looking little right now is alt steady and not The real purpose of this contest I pound pail Swift's Jewel

1. takes the oath of office. Recovery is going to'l e' slow! wretch and his howls were loud rock the boat forget about poll- Is to let the pullets themselves tell

I process no matter who is at the helm of the government. stepped and terrifying.from the An crowd elderly woman placIng tics and think about the Job right the story of which breeder or '
;<: andj here at band If we're gonna win hatcheryman Is selling the highest Pints 17c
However, there is an immediate change that has taken an arm around the boy, LIked out, 'it'* up to. each one of us to producing and moat profitable Mayonnaise -

place as a result of the election, a change that might bear sympathetically"What's the matter: child? Join with our neighbors! In moppingup strain of layers, so that local poul-

I fruit before the complicated machinery of government can Are lost?" my our own sector. try farmer will have definite facts
before them In
purchasing high : 20c
produce anything tangible, and that is a change in the psychology ment The and boy sobbed on for a a mo- We've got fruit and vegetable grade laying stock. Over 6000 Breakfast Bacon, sliced, per lb.
then He
; of a nation-a strengthening of faith-a belief that paused. looked to cultivate and market, and lusty and ambitious pullet have
all around at the large audience be
the old order of things has been cast aside and that the had assembled. we've got airlock": of tourist* to started their race for supremacy
new Then, lifting up
in this contest.
',; order will be for the better. his voice, he shouted, loudly: a house,hundred: and,teed otyer'little land entertain,chore* that and The,,poultry Industry Is one of I Best Grade White Bacon, lb. 7/c

If this should be the "Yes ma'tn, rm lost. Will somebody \ are the largest Industries In the United
only result coming out of a changeof demanding our .time and at- -
please take home to Ja-
me tention and the"more States today and in spite of low
administrations during the coming winter the good would cob Sllverateln, the wellknownclothier thought and 75c
effort and hard work we put In.thelark prices of farm products, it has the 24 Ibs. Pillsbury Best Flour ,
still I be) invaluable of the West End, who has
better"off distinction of being of the
the one
we'll be. very .
96 Ibs. Pillsbury Best Flour $2.35
Just got In his winter stock of ,..,.. few local industries which has _

0 spring overcoats; ,suits, neckties, And while I write this I don't shown a consistent profit during'' 24 Ibs. Pillsbury self-rising flour 65c
shirt, bats and umbrella, which: .
While they are waiting for others to relieve them, farmers he will sell cheaper than anyone know'who be, although the I've next President will who the past have year managed for the and poultrymen fed their 24 Ibs. Delicious self-rising Flour "c
; got a
could be helping themselves else in the cityT"-Southern Telephone -
by furthering cooperative birds
good idea, but anyhow I do know high grade rations.It Wilson
movements. It is doubtful whether farmers will ever get News. that the poor guy has my sympathy ; 1* and should be not only a & Toomer Fertilizer-

their just deserts until they are organized into a force to be I he'* got a tough Job on his. matter of pride to Mr. Struth..but 57.5 grade, ton_ _________ $25.00
, ELECTioNins Hand at test and a pretty thankless also to Bradford county, that his
with. Wherever cooperatives have begun the influence I _, flock 1* the leaders of
one, and he deserve all the among this Scratch Feed $1-5J
I ________________ _
has been to increase farm efficiency and .to. bring Roosevelt-Hoover-Howey-SholU- help!' we cant give him. contest for the entrant consist ,

farmers a more equitable share of the final selling price of Lynching" too good for him who of the largest and most successful Oats .-_ -:------...__,....--------- $1-40
bolt*- commercial flock owners In this
Blue Jay Lay Mash $2.
their RALLY WELL .. ,.
crop. Vote for the dryest one-vote for territory. ----- ------
,- ..... 40
ueiore the cooperative cotton classing offices were open- the wet- Victor Lay Mash __-_________ $2.
ed in Tennessee ru give you .three to one-who Democratic rally held here JUDGE ADKINB ISSELF
farmers in small towns near Memphis were Saturday night was a success. An Lard
want to bet?- MADE MAN Have a supply of Syrup Cans and
getting $2.50 to $3.75 a bale less than the Memphis' price. We'll carry Florida-we'll carry enthusiastic. crowd filled the courthouse -

Now they are getting within $0.75 to $1.25 of the Memphis Maine-- ,.to bear IJI"red" Cone ofLake Judge A. Z. Adkin who 1* presiding Cans. Also a fresh supply of Fruit Cake

A vote for I City principal.speaker of the evening la this circuit .M terials.
price-a gain to the farmer of between our party not cost in during the
$1.25 and $3.00 a bale. vain- Mr. Cone. who.wa. a dele absence of Judge Millard B. Smith

': Through the united efforts of the cooperative and southern That man Is a vilUaa-hi* dad wa rate to the* nominating convention, IB I a self-made man. Judge Ad-I We buy chickens and eggs paying market

bankers, 7,000,000 bales held a thief- told a stirring story of the nomination kin worked his through
were off the market last Fall way in trade. FloridaCorn
price Also will
as result of which the We favor the tariff and farmer of Franklin D.: Roosevelt, school and was admitted to the bar I buy

than $5.00 bale. market Immediately rallied better reUef- and wa*applauded frequent interval when he was 20 year. of age. He shelled,at_market price in trade.CARL'S .

a How are the children Taad'baY.. & has practiced law since 1003 and'

t This is what Southern cooperatives have done. It is also a cigar. The rallies. held last Friday night i will soon be. celebrating his 30th I ,

r what other strong cooperatives in other parts of the You can't get In town to vote?- at Lawtay and, Brooker. were also year In "the practice. He live at CASH CORNERs.
\ country, I'll send my car- well Starke. He ,1*, fond of children
f\fdealin8' in other farm produce, have done. It is wonder Disaster will visit-and childrenwill i and enjoyed ,seeing the kid in JOHNS

that the cooperative movement is generally considered\the weep, Winter Park New Boy Scout their. Hallowe'en costume on

, farmers' brightest. hope for future prosperity. rm glad that If* over-and now clubhouse on shore of Lake KUIarney the stieeta'1ut' nlpt.--TltwrvlDe: I Star e. Fl tida'M'

j for some sleep. dedlcaUd. ,Star-Advocate. .

'- ,,-_d"_'._.. _'''._,..._.,._
,._.k. "'"fi <(' ;f If1t!: ::....... .