Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
E.S. Matthews
Creation Date:
December 2, 1932
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note:
Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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r Sells for $10.35; ; Well, well Santa Claus ball I a watch that tick and a Still Years-Away Bradford County High School-Is -ford- ,County' High School an- Goes From Here

; what's beret! The first letter from whole lot of fruit and candy. I am the 15th school In the state to en- nounced this week that already ?

one of our little readers to you. five years of age.Your ter the race for 1932-1933 state work Is begun In debate, spelling,

Looks Fine We ask you to read It over carefully little ,friend, According to Law championships In forensics, dramatics and academic subjects under the First of January ,

Crop and note the contents. You'd Emor7 L (Topsy) Brown and general scholarship.The direction of Mrs. H. B. McLendonIn

better get out your pad and pencil You other kiddies had better registration period opened NoVember preparation for the Inter-chool

-. and make a memorandum because hurry up and write those letters. State Dry lAw If Repealed By 21 and will close December eliminations which begin on Feb- Failure to Find Suitable Timber .r '

it"4Md-, by G. B. NewtomMn.r there will be lots more later.on, Santa Claus will probably be extra 83 Legislature, Must Await 10th. Last yearwore than half ruary 24 and culminate In the state Tract Given aa Reason

R. N. Williams Bring In and It will be hard for you to re- nice to Topsy' because his was Voteis' Verdict In 34 of the accredited high schools: of finals the last of March. For Moving

Quart Saturday member them alt the first letter received, but' there the state participated In these contests Starke contestants will meet the -

-thirty-five cents Hampton Fla. Is still plenty of time for him to Thirsty Floridians might as well 'which are sponsored by the representatives of other schools In The local office of the Southern

Ten dollars till order if It In General Extension Division of Forest Experiment Station whlcta 1 '
strawberries! No. that your you prepare themselves for a long, dry a district tournament at Live Oak '
1M a pint. of Dear Santa Claus ty soon. Just mall your letter to winter there will be no beer to go Florida. has been at Starke since'IMS: la to

U got the dream all of a farmer In the who hot Will you please bring me a knife the Telegraph, and we will see that with their; pretsWs for at least two I Leon A. Gray, principal of Brad- early In March.Florida be given up and the work transferred -

)hu been plowing day last a racing' oar, a pop-gun, a foot- Santa gets It. years, according,tf those who are ----- to Lake'City on January let;:
actually happened
lull it familiar with our State Constitu according to Lenthall Wyman associate
Saturday In Starke. I illvlculturiat. This la 'In

The berries were brought to' tion.Discussion of what Florida must' Weather Slows FourthIn keeping with the policy decided

, Ion by G. B. Newsom. one of cur Tells Car Sale some time when an experimental
hustling farmers, who proud- Chapman Tags on do to have. light wines and beer upon ago
shouldmodify tract for naval stores t,
If the
national congress :
and down
tt exhibited them up Plant Home studies was purchased by the Gor c ,
the Volstead prohibition enforcement I Crop OwningHigh (
Call street. The. beautifully,'to pack- Prison Policies Latest Bad News act; la. centered aroundone ernment at Olustee; Florida Fur-'
merchants -
ed pint looked like manna : little world In the State Con I' several months part of the local'
of the town, and many, of I 4
branch personnel have been at
stltutlon. That, word Is "alco- '
the Movement Out of There Monday Percentage Among Southern
contributed liberally to << 3
Lake "of
them City and with the close
purchase price. The proceeds went Superintendent of State Farm 25 Per Cent Penalty U'Not Paid by holic, and says here's the Tallahassee how It plays Democrat such- Night Lea Than Last Group I. RevealedIn this year Miss May Patchett Mr.

,to the Starke Welfare Association, Stresses Individual TreatmentAnd Feb. 1 New Colon Are FridayPlant ReportWith T. A. Llefeld and Mr. Wymatt
In the contro
and the berries went to C. A, Chance Orange and Black an Important part will join Mrs. T. N. Busch: Mr:, ,

Knight, the lucky Investor. versy: City-Lowering tempera slightly more than 40 per Frank Heyward, Mr V. L. Harper.tie. err

-' on) the eame day a quart of By L. F. CHAPMANSuperintendent The supply of 1933 automobile Florida's original constitution: tures and chill breeses over the cent of Florida's citizens register- J. O. Osborne and Mr. T. :IB. ''

beautiful berries was brought In Florida State tags has been received by Mrs. provided for local option on the I I week-end cut down the anticipated ,:ed as home owners, this State Pease In the new quarters In the ti

by Mrs. R. H. Williams, who lives Farm Maud Crews, agent for Bradford prohibition question "each coun- movement of strawberries out of i,islands fourth in the South for Its Federal Building. E, p

on route 2 .near town. The cup On Thursday morning some County, and are now on sale at I ty, local elections to determine than the here fewer refers than I I high percentage of home ownership The move was made necessary 4?, Sxr'r,

wu packed with fine specimens weeks ago, Ripleys "Believe It or Hoover Brothers Studio on East matter to be held not oftener the', were forwarded on last Friday I 1, a survey made recently for by the failure to find and secure) r

at berryhood that would have done Not", gave a picture of a prisonerIn Call Street. :Mrs. Crews Is assisted once every two years.1917 But night. Late in the afternoon Indications the Jacksonville Real Estate Board suitable unturpenttned Umber) In 4 r ya "
state legislature/in proposeda .
credit to any mid-season. plant. a Northern prison sitting with in distribution by C. A. Futch pointed to the forwarding shows.A the vicinity of Starke and the difficulties y l ,

They were sold:to a.local:grocery chin on hand, shoulders bowed, The new licenses are orange and "bone dry" constitutional) amendment the- of 11 refers, nine small refers and I complete analysis of home Involved In keeping experimental '
stare Jutting chin and shaggy face, gazing black, black numbers on an orange which wa by two- large ones. Friday's move- ownership In the nation, published areas free from fire In

Lawtey was represented at the with' eyes unseeing at some blackground, and make an attrac- voters at the general election In ment constituted 18 pony retrlg.1 in tbe November Issue Of the National this neighborhood. 1 'Js

Telegraph office during: the past : thing which could not register on tive addition to any automobile- November, 191$. .became. article orators carrying 1,704 I Real Estate Journal, shows Ten years ago when Mr. Wyman k ri
That amendment
week by three of the largest and his mind. A forbidding figure, providing the owner can raise the" berries. I the average per capita State population first looked for l
to establish
to better I 19 of the:elate"'constitution and It Prices Monday continued their' to be 43.8 cent home a place '
reddest berries we have seen senseless to the things, a price of one. : per naval store.'t..ta he +

date. They were brought in by I brute almost a soulless beast. Is I If purchased after February 1 a read: ; downward trend with> berries In owners as based on the 1930 census On Starke as an Ideal location decidedf. At ,
Farms. true of cent "Section 1: The manufacture, general selling' from IS/ to 18 1-2 and Issued by the Bureau of
] F. Howell of the : this a picture a prisoner"Ther. I twenty-five per penalty rfU that time there
was a large tractof ;
of all alcoholic -
Mr. Howell said to eat the berries are 3100 prisoners, wards of added to the cost of the taa'?.4 sale, barter or exchange cents the pint. Indications yesterday the Census. Florida's rank and round slash Umber around '

before writing about them and we the State of Florida, handled by drivers are subject to arrest if t or intoxicating liquors pointed to a 17 1-2 cent aver- percentage as fourth among the .l
Sampson Lake owned Mr. H. '
did, but still words'fail us. There' the Prison Division. ...What kind their automobiles arewlthout the and beverages, whether spirituous, age for the day. The price started Southern states Is below the na- Smith by R. I'

jut aren't any adjectives adequate I of folks are they What are people new license by March 1. vinous or malt are hereby forever -, off In the morning at IS cents the tion's average but as only 88 percent H. Smith of Hawthorne of and Mr., W ?

> to describe a Bradford county like when they are locked up, anyway Prices for the 1933 tags are the prohibited in the stat of Florida I pint, but gradually climbed to of the cltlsens of the South- Timber Owners Sampson City., fir

atrawberry. ? The Prieton\ Division of same as last year's: automobilesfor ,, except alcohol for medical 18" 1-2 for some of the best lots. land are home-owners this State HelpfulCol. '
C. L. Peek and Jt L Peek
All growers who have brought I which Nathan Mayo Is chief, hand private use, less than 8000 scientific or mechanical purposes, It was reported that one lot stands well above the average Were 'in i'' )y
in 8100 and 60c 100 automobilesfor and wine for sacramental pur- brought 20 cents the pint. among neighboring States. Of the very helpful showing Mr.
to berries are unanimous BaY-I les this men yvopnen.The { pounds, per ; Wyman around. R..A. Smith ;
: tog that the crop has never first thine that' l.Ult be saidIs private use, over SOOO pounds, poses; the sale of which alcohol Last Friday the price held at 20 (110 Southern states Virginia leads to wuwtlllnl' fie

better In all their years of exper- ; that they are men and women, 75o per 100; trucks for private use, and _wine for the purposes afore-, cents the pint throughout the day, In percentage of home-ownership. In cooperate this work with and the a"UtU.government a

\tace, and everyone Is enthusiastic simple folks, mostly unfortunate, up to 4000 pounds 75c per 100; said shall be regulated by law. the return to growers for the day's! Fully half of the population of the later similar were'mad. /- L '

mi: the profitable season that who feel and suffer, love and bate, trucks for private use, over '4000 "Section 2: The legislature movement totaling $340.80. Old.Dominion State are home-own arrangements '
with L. C.: and L. O.
> mm! to be In store for the county. who plan for the future and feel pounds, $200 per 100; school shall enact suitable. laws for the Buyer. Instructed growers to ers.' Following Virginia are. Ten Powell'

Tbd cold weather of the' past remorse .for. the past; men who buses used exclusively for transportation enforcement of the provisions of hold up their picking this week un- nessee, North Carolina, Florida, covering ber. a tract 'longleaf tlm-

week has slowed up the ripening would give almost anything to un- of school children' $1.00 this article. til next Friday when berries will Texas, Louisiana, Alabama, Mississippi Not thatI I t.,

of the berries now on the plants, do the mistakes of the past and per 100; small trucks made by at- "Section Sl: This article shall go be loaded again. It Is believed South Carolina and Georgia only was It possible at' ?y

but as soon as old Sol comes out who are resolved In the main to taching small truck body to pas- Into effect on the first day of Jan- that with cold weather holding, ranking In the order named. time to find excellent timber nearStarke > 4 .'..v''

again for a few days, most growera take care: of the future; women senker car chassis are rated as uary, A.' D. 1919.. twice a week pickings will b* sufficient. According to the National Real but It seemed that this location -
wan Ideally situated i'
will begin picking a few quarts who have deep regrets, and who passenger cars, 60c per 100. Passed In 1918 However, if warm weather Estate Journal, home ownership, Jacksonville where near +
for future robbed of Its At an extra session in 1918 the develops it may become neces- while many naval r f
right along. long a showing an Increase In total stores houses
were In business and t
dark. Men and women who often Griffis Signs ContractFor state legislature passed the enforcement -1 sary to pick more often. showed a slight decrease in close ;
to Gainesville where ,
acts called for In the .... coop4i
Lawtey City Election have been the victims of circum- Big Cucumber CropA. constitutional amendment. These --- proportion In the census of 1920. eration with the University could 8 + e
stances, more often sinned against That tendency Is well
now overcome be
easily arranged.
Will Be Quiet Affair acts are known as article 18 of the
than sinning-men and women. the 1930 census reveals. It
J. Grlffla, manager of the compiled, general laws of Florida Finally Mr. Wyman says that ,
Human beings, hot bricks or Is in the non-farm home that
Slight damage was done Monday group he was impressed with the friend.
> The approaching city election of stones clods lumber folks Bradford County Growers' Association and extend through 48 separate the
or ; Just steady Increase In ownership ot'tarke' Ie
afternoon when fire broke out, In ly spirit of the citizens
the town of Lawtey bids fair to bea who constitute the wards of the announced this week that sections (section 76017648.) Is taking place. Such homes total and felt I
small behind that
a ,
building Immediately -
quiet event on December 5. Only State of Florida, at the order of he has contracted with the Man- The Important-provision, so far 23.233,982, of which community'
the house owned by Mrs. 10,503,386 or would be an ideal one In which to: H
one office, that of alderman for the courts, for longer or shorter hattan Produce Company 'of as the current discussions are I J I Maria Hull on Walnut street. The 49: -2 per cent are owned homes make a home.In .
,the two year term, is contested; terms. Brooklyn N. Y., for 173 acres of concerned says that "all drinks,
three men are making the race Begin New Life cucumbers to be grown In the beverages or alcoholic liquors for small building was not occupied at 'Although Florida has a percentage February 1923, Mr. and Mra., '
the time. H. J. Sewell who tenants of Wyman moved to Starke I ,
home-ownership that tanks In .the> "
the next season.All beverage purposes.containing one-
for the two vacancies. county during
How shall be handled?
they of the Hull home, had placed it high among Southern states, Its old Rivers house And an office wee !1
The following names: will be Shall growers who wish to devote half of one per cent alcohol or
pain or suffering predominate
several crates of tomatoes In the singular characteristic as a tourist established there. At that Um y
found on the ticket: ?+ To misfortunes already dog- acreage to this crop are asked to more, by volume at sixty degrees I '
and all building and had built a fire In a and winter residence area should there was not a mile of hard stir'' y
For Gen F. Young. report at the courthouse Saturday Fahrenheit Intoxicating, y
mayor, ging their foot-steps by the edict
heater to them. Flames designate It faced road In '
whether ripen resulting as one of the first Bradford County out
:;,,1 For marshal and tax collector, afternoon. The cucumbers are to liquors and beverages,
of fate shall there be added the
:-froma flue broke states in the side of
faulty nation limits
In city of Starke .
rank of
vinous malt shall be .j' t
J. B. Rowe. be planted by.March 1. spirituous, or '.I ,
greater shame of Injury at the or- out at the roof but were quickly home-ownership it Is but the of '
For aldermen two term? Mr. Grlffla also said that all deemed and held to be within the declared; It grading highway No. 13 eta
year der of organized penal codes In a of this article;' extinguished by the fire depart- Is the opinion of local real estate was under way and other surfaced. y
Goo. A. Anderson Chas.Dlnklns, plans have been completed for prohibitions "
word, shall the State of Floridaset ment. Interests that the roads were '
rapid liquidation planned 0
J. T Moore. handling Bradford County's straw- So there's diaoussion .la Florida
about punishingby the infliction -
The dozen crates of tomatoes of home Rapid Growth
mortgage foreclosures
For term, "If our farmers have these days on the question of what
one year of and continued berry crop. '
new pain, or '
the state would have to do to takeadvantage that were being ripened were re- through sales, a movement that The past decade has seen tM '
4: H. Harley.. shall ,It !Nt about punishment by the berrles,they needn't worry lately has
moved without being damagedOASOLTNE taken many families into consummation of all of these high.ways .
For clerk 'treasurer' assessorand about the buyers being here to get of a modification In ,t
the opening of new modes of life? I' homes, will establish Florida on : with the exception of the ;, ''n,
the national prohibition
registration officer Louis them. he
the Vol- a greatly increased percentage before road to Ralford which should soon
should change
lull congress
This State endeavors to
bring the next census be completedMeanwhile .
----- APPOINTEDThe stead act to permit light wines report. .' ;
together In one term a stern re- Bradford county used 42,470 1 the local forestry. CHICKEN .THEFT EPIDEMIC and beer. .
:: -----.
.. .buke for failing to regard duly the appointment of Mrs. 'W E. Repeal or modification of the gallon of gasoline during the 1I I flee grew with the support of' the": t

Starke has been suffering In re- rights that of others It is and the to assurance start- MIddleton as General Chairman of "bone dry" prohibition article In month of October, a decrease of' Green! Off For Congress Pine Institute and naval stores'operators -,, ;

cent weeks from an 'epldemlc"-ofefclcken life anew, at any possible age and ,under 1932 Christmas Seal Sale for Brad the state constitution could be proposed 18,840 consumption.gallon under The the use September of ham-; Wants War Debts Paid In backed by the Florida, delegation -' ,

stealing. Walter Williams ford County was announced Thursday by the '* 1935 'legislature, Congress notably Senator '
any circumstances. No one Is ever sane shows a slight' decrease from -
bet ten head early la the week by the Florida Tuberculosisand which meets here next April, but Duncan U. Fletcher and Congressman -
buried In a dungeon In Florida. : In to 4- Congressman R. A. Green
and Richard Oriffls had thirty Health Association. the question would have to- Walton 4B63gallons September whipof R. A. Green who have
I The pride of the Florida System 466 gallons In October. the Florida delegation In the been very active In their' ,
Itolen :
In the the 'i'en1
from him last'Friday night accepting appointment the voters'vverdlet In
lies In this that it makes every I the cool weather of House. of Representatives, left ;
i -: Evidently help the
Judge P. A. Sweezy has also beenamong Mrs. Middleton said: "The Annual eral election of 1934. : turpentine industry of the> ,ja
effort to see that the imprisonmentis the month just past kept many early Thursday morning for Wash South. '
( 'I Sale of Christmas Seals promotesa next
those suffering big losses. the end of,the old life and the The legislature Apr"could Bradford county motorists at home ington In order to attend a party The present staff of two '' ,
Hr. throughout Florida. for the state enforce- women '
Williams' chickens change
were program
I beginning\ of a new one. The Prison afternoons, who would caucus to be held there Saturday.
on Sunday and six Is
men direct $
; reflection of
stolen from his at the homeof the prevention of tuberculosis and ment act but the constitutional ,
coops Division does not regard the otherwise be out Congress goes Into Its "lame duck"
Mrs. Hattie Alvarez. Blood- promotion of community health." prohibition still'would be In effect burning up gaso the recognition of the value of the, = j
wards of the State beasts and session
aa Monday, however Mr.
work done the station 8'&A
hounds from S until and If, removed In 1934.. line.Total by
the State Farm were
I, brutes, as clods and senseless SIX LEGGED HOG consumption for the state Green Is one of the few membersnot I aid to this Important Industry..
here and set on the trail It works the Diversity of Opinion listed In this
of things. on theory shows an increase from 14,894,819 category Although the experimental work r
; the thelves, but lost the scent that while there is life there is Some of those taking' part In gallons in September to 10,682,403 Before leaving, the congressman -I has been concentrated Stark
at the U someday, when you are passing near *
::1 Street cement pavement of Church hope; that the Intention of thinking through Waldo, a six-legged the current discussions say the gallon, -In October. said, "I am opposed to moratorium yet other centers of work have' !

citizens Is to seek atomof constitutional prohibition against"all ,' postponement, cancella-
; every hog runs across the road don't be- been located, at Union City and .
w ..'()RK CO.W1Tvui9ON value In every man and woman, come frightened and lose controlof alcoholic" beverages' would call upon congress for reapeal of tion or revision of war debts. I Dukes In Union County through

and to save that atom for the goodof automobile. The animal nullify any change in the stat en- the eighteenth amendment to the have always posed such action, the cooperation of Dan Howell of"Lake M1 .p
t f DRAINAGE,PROJECT your forcement act. If the constitution federal constitution and will Intro- and will continue to do '
the whole. A wonderful so. ,
system belongs to Q. A. Toungblood whoIs City and Mr. Howard of )j\ '
; will merely said "aU Intoxicating" duce bills to repeal all state enforcement .. ----- W ,
f Work The pity of it Is that all sitting nights wonderingwhat Dukes; at the Ralford Prison Farm 'r I t'
has been completed on up beverages It would b. a different acts and the state prohibition BRADFORD ALUMNI MAKE .
not respond to its treatment. -
? to do with the thing. through the cooperation of the *
miles .
of work
flf arouna drainage Most of the Inmates, It is good to Mr. recently wroteto matter' and the legislature could amendment. FLANS FOR CALIFORNIA DAY State officials!' at Klngsley, 1: kin
Starke, according to Infor Youngblood Increase the "one-half of one per Recently Federal Judge Aker- Lakei",1 1 i t. .
nation say, Join la the effort to place em- Nelll Rhodes assistant State Clay County, In Okaloosa County ;r
given O. M. Inman normal living.' Some will cent" maximum to a point which man of Tampa made public a let A:meeting of Florida Alumni In .{ ".
tills phasis on commissioner of marketing 'In Florida and on lands of the -t
week. The Alligator Creek would allow wines and beer,. they ter to Governor-Elect Dave Sholta Bradford county was called last
,: Project! has been completed but not Join. Hundreds make every ef- Jacksonville, and Inquired as to the In which he said Saturday and plans were discussed McLeod Turpentine Company tax '''tJ!:' I! 't. \
: fort to meet the.) State In its en- Kiln Mississippi. '
men the
of .
,, were kept at work duriag-the possibility of disposing say.Others argue that the,"one-half "I believe that It is practically for sending a float to Gainesville "l'd
at "
few seek to set
A For Information
past deavor. the of the
the ;
freak. According to the letter, people
week opening.the large ditch of one per' cent'Is. an arbitrary certain that the 18th amendmentwill on December 17 to take part In I
that naught the whole splendid scheme.To of Bradford 'and neighboring .i t
Is six months old,, and is per- I
passes by the hog standard and that, It could be be repealed In much shorter the California Day festivities. Itwas :t
'. tilt ofclown. Next them only pistols and hacksaw formed with the exceptionof counties a summary of the results ,
western part fectly placed at 2.79 per cent or four per time than any of us would have decided to confer with the I IWonaan's .
,weelc the blades are precious; they plot theo two additional legs.Mr. of the tests obtained so far has ,f j ,
crews will be .to without a few Club and other civic '
put possible ago
any.oth..tIIrW' thought years organizations -
cent or ';l( w
digging and" plan and scheme endlessly; Rhodes advised Mr. Toung been prepared by'Mr. Wyman and I' ',,:
on the canal running of the con and I think that Florida should and ask their -
par- violating the provision cooperation
UU with they triy to pick locks. and start blood to get In touch with a cir- will appear In an early Issue of the if. ,
the S. A. L. Railroad stitution. now begin to put Its house In or- In having the county well
trick riots and strikes. They regard Bradford County Telegraph. 1:
/ north of town.. and cus operator. Nearly all agree that this one der to meet this repeal. In my represented at the festival. ji ,
4. reformation as weakness r.. \
'"* A. Durden of Hampton was little word "alcoholic" makes 1 opinion the first thing Florida Alumni attending Saturdays \
calm living as a mark of ef- RED CROSS TO MEET FERTILIZER USED f.
: plain
t l hcrnUy appointed chairman the .. Florida's constitutional prohibitionmore I should do would be to repeal Its meeting were: H.V. Knight.' E. K. 'j
r% What shall be done with
;I,' wage beg work *" the county. An av- feminacy.these If a man will not help himself The regular-meeting of the Bradford "dry" than that of most I prohibition constitutional amend- Ferryman. O+ E. MIddleton, J. L. Bradford county used 140,; tout i/l '

f. crew of enty-five' men is I will be held states. I ment. Peek, A. .1, Thomas, and ,C.; 'A.' of fertilizer during the,month of,
? Cross
w State him Red
; shall help County
5 1} rked each day. how a afternoon in S. P. Roblneau veteran memberof Meanwhile Florida ha both, Knight. A committee appointedby October; figure compiled by' the y .
abandon o'clock Tuesday
thoughts 3
will not at
/-.r If a man and national and the Alumni Association to have -
the Florida house of representatives state prohibition Department of Agriculture'
I and riots whom can I the Woman's Club.' ac.(1(
CO J: wola.-Approximately: 750.P .- of shootings I from Dade county, a* far the state prohibition laws as wellas charge of arrangement .Is composed Tallahassee) show

I';'1 p1ated'lash e seedling to be he blame but himself when stern Grovetand Filling station opened back as last July announced that the federal statutes have been. of if. V. Knight, ctalrmani; A. Broward count led the ,Stat. .;. 1

: to :! In Northwest Florida and I here recently. he will ask the 1933 legislature to, upheld by the court. S. Crews and A. J. Thomas. with 2,447 tons. '0/1, '. 'r i '
'. lint few months. I Continued on page 5.). I"yt
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--------- -- ------ ------ -- .u SZD..erlplow
--- --- --
T.._ ------ =

;' 1' De.rrlptler. a- T. R. A. Owner & v.... a_. T. n. A.. Owaer. '1'._
of 8W14 :s. M Johns Addition and W34 of NID\o\ W 01 A C..fa

Do You Know? :_ ::21 I II -.A. W. Anderson __ 13.011 Ity -___ 3I 9 II Unknown
t i Ml.. Ada NI",",., Cor. + + I IM 214A10of1t 6W Cor.of Lot 14 of Blk. 29 Peek's tT.U
$121k of bounded Addition to Starke In
N by Jobne Add W br Ry NWK 01 NW% N of 9tbLo

Rev. Edward James Baptist S by section line also. St. -25 0 II T. S. William
lots 1 of Blk. 14 Peek' Ad
10 of Hik 41 J.
tllaslonary to South America aceompanled M. Johns: AddItion --II 1 II S.: O. Boyd _____ :W.II dltlon to Starke In NW14of 1 II
; y by his family and his Lot. 1 I I 4 of Blk I r. T. NWi4 N of 9th :t. II

brother-in-law, Walter England,, Lot.456789102112i3 a Co'. Addition ____ ---II II Unknown __ __._ 11.15 Lots13246lof Addition I to Stark....-iill T. S. W1111aro. _.__ 1.11

have spent the greater part of the II of Blk, 10 LtT. & Co'.. In eeNW 14 ofNWVN8th 01

(',j week among the Baptlat, and other Addition ------?--!. I II Lee Morgan ..._..__ 11.011 8t. ---------off8 I II H. 'A. Blah
Lots 9 14 .
Lot. I 11 ot Blkp '11 1. T. ? op .
ol i
: -
Christian people) of Hampton. Rev. .. Co' Add. -8A la -.7. O. Boyd ______ 11.111 lot Bik. :s Peek'sAddition till
James delivered a wonderful lee Lot I of Blk. lrL.-T.., to Starke In

Co'.. Addition -.- --U 8 la t. 11. Green ____.__ 1.111 NW01\ NWV N 01 9thSt
; Il ture on Colombia, South America Lots 1 16 I 11 1. 11 II or lA
y last Thursday evening. to a Urge I' Blk. 11 r. T. & Co'.. Ad- Lo 1I!i!oLelk:8 .I II-F. A. Scott A. J" a .

1 dltlon ti _..___ ".01 Rising Addition to Stark. : .' 'III
1 II Unknown. ____ ..
(.I < audience who were anxious to Lot 0 8 U [t. bl Lot-12/ In NW% of NWVe South ..

% hear him again. H. preached Frl- Bile. U bounded 8 by :S. I 01 8tb sit. 38 II __ Mr.. 'C.Ua
isgi g. .Turner land L T. & Lot. 11 14 ofHIA.HRU-; Carter. _.__ IU
Hay night The) subject used was .. Addition In8' MllltlOll to Starke In
--6 1 II r. T. & Co __._____ 1.71
"Heaven. He used beautiful IIInatratloiui Lou 113 assft.oLoe N..14 o{ NWI4 South of

making hie sermon Interesting Addition 4of51k.14I.2'.aCo's_ ?: ____ 81 6 u Floyd Green __.___ all.Ol Lots 9th 18'E. ot Hik C:- Rising 1I 1 II ...' Mr. H. A. BI.h..p --____ 1.11

; to alL LotIof 111k ULT. Addition to 8ta.k. In

Ir lire Kate> Sparkman and daugh. \ Co'.. Addition/ -------11 5 II Annl", Mae Bennett 11.71" NW%lilt.of NW% South of
Lot I 01 Blk. U 1. T. Co'. Ith -- ------ --- --l1 IS -.J. C. Popp.n
1 ? ter Mrs. Maude Wesley of Waldo Lots 1 I 5 e or Blk. f& -.-
r Addition ---
-- .n!
\ ----------18 6 U Joe Oriffls ___ /.TI
were the guest of Mrs.' \V Lot. 1 a I of Blk. 11 1. T. land a 01 Blk a to land.
lino J. O. Alvares Addition
a Co's. Addition ----21 0 II Mr. Anc.Une Wheeler_ '.711
j slater Mrs. Elide
gyp' Sparkman Lots I II 01 Bik U. 1. T. to Starke B 01 Mad .

thin week. f .. Co... Addition ------11 I II -.7. O. Boyd ___ 111.111 Lot no' :fltfl Wynn; ':sBAdfS e. II Xr.. ,8. P. lIamrlak -.1111
11 of But IB L T. & ,,
41 Rev. W. B. Hicks of the Jo'
pastor Addition. dltlon to Starke In NWI4or \
f ____ _II 5 II Ray _._ 1.111
1 First/ Baptist church of Waldo; visited Lot. I I 3 01 BIk 19 1. T. SWI4 II 0 II Miss 011I0 Mar

friends here recently. O 1' & Co'.. Addition ______U I II Nat Williams _.___._ 26.16 One lot bounded N EY 0. d.I : ---- Uti
Lots 5 6 l9 L B by Sharps la\d.
Ip Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Young. Mlasjtleidred T. : Cos..7A"d'W; : ___U II t. T. & Co. _.___ ...,,1 W by Walnut 5t. Eby
____28 e
1 1 2 o[ Blk. a L Ky -_ __ IJ Xr. Eva KlIllall
Mr. and Mrs. H. Lo'
Byrely : : SW Cor. -- Ertl
Co's: Addltlon< u 11 P' C. 8emm. ____._ lUll Deg at 01. land -
{ ( p. Wiggins and daughter Miss! Lot. 6 7 of BIk. IT L T,& sold to Mrs T. T. Long

Mary, were sight-seeing' at Glen + a Co's. Addltlon I _____:'__18 I II S..7. Coleman _.__ 10,76 by a. J. Temple & run S
If d.g. W 89 It. tor a pt.
4' 18 l4 of Blk.
Bt Mary this week. I M LoU 1.0.J.1A' Co's.,Addition.25: I II -.J. W. Andrews ___ 1.111 of beg. thence ID 14 d....
Rev. O. B. of Lo' 10 11 nt Blk. L B f1 ft thence 8 18 d.- '.
McOauley, pastor ;'f9'4h T. 8Jo'. Addltlon l I :.!!__.18 0 II Bay ___ 1.111 greee W aoo It. thenoe ,
lp4 the Baptist church here filled his Lot. 1 a II 13 It of J1Jk. W If degrees. 8 81 It.

r regular appointment last Sunday wro.THAT 81 1. T. & C//)'.. Addl. .. thence N 14 degrees E 11I0 .
ft. thence E 1. degrees. a '
q morning and evening. Lot 8 of Rik lO-LT&; II 6 II Unknown: ..__.___. 11.011 Il ft to beg. In Stark.11 0 II-C. .B. Hay.. _________

;,; A. A. McDonald of Darlen, .Is t Co'.. Addition --..---S8 I II Chae. C. Armstrong __ 11.1111 Bel! at NW Cor of SW'4 ills
u'' spending the week-end with his t 8Y. "r Rlk. II r. T. & Co's. ? .. of 8W14 &. run ID "I tt.

Addition ---.-------28 I 12 1 S4tSft. W4841t.N418 .
Unknown _..._._._ 1.711
family here. W1 01 III k. II r....T. &: Co'.. It. to beg. -_______8l I II' W. M., MaDden __

Lot Sub a of v'1\k';\ iCL.T.18: I II Rose Cox ____ 5415 a%8 acres of .Madison.In NW4 St.of known aW'4 -- --- J"

y CARD OF THANKS LoCfo'-Sub IVliI04 "..,2I i II .Jam. Byrd .._- '..111Co. a. J. O. Alvares residence .
__ .. B1k.I T &, Blk ex. 1 lot In
d oo!$t illf f_ -- ... Sub Division 18 I al E..!. Short ____ '.111 NW Cor. sold to ,J. r.
'4 c We take this method to publicly Lot. 1 2 of Blk 16 & E 18 Peek. ________ 21 6 18 -.7. W. Andrew. Jr ____ Ii II
n T express our thanks and aprecla- It. of Tote 1 4 of Ulk. II Corn at BID Cor. of Bay&
&Lot.12&Blitft.of: Madison Sts. & run S I3t
h' tlon to our many friends who aoklJly the Indian of Canada are not a .anlahh.J. race: at Is popularly' I lots I of fll1 18 L. T. ft. E 80 ft. N. 131 ft. to

1 ;s' assisted In the illness and but are showing .lIght Increases 'In their numbers each Lou& 'io'IB: 1 tR .I I:1T:" e II Annie Mack COleman __ lUll Madison 8t. .1 St.rt.thence to beg.W onnald In

death of Sister Alice Crosby. Es1 yurt In the 1932 census the Indian population of the Dominion was & Co's Bub Dlvlslon .__ NW Cor. ,J. O. Alvares
108,012. wards of the government and are regarded as Sik. 19 1 T. & Co's. iaa) 6 II t. T. & Ca ____ 1.76 residence B1k.
dens, funeral directors of Jacksonville They are -----8 I II -.7. H. & Eva Lord ____ 17.11

for the kindly and efficient minors under the law. The photograph shows little Miss Smallplec Slk Dlvlslon. f9 94 L: T.-" CO'i.: Suh)25 II 1. T. & Co. ____ ...,11Lo Lots can II 8t.I 1 and bounded ID by Court N by .

__j t ? :manner In which they assisted Inher ono meeting of the finery.belles Elks'of the teeth Blood ermine Indians tails, togged, bead out work In her form Sunday-go-to-the general Dlvon! of BIk: il L T..&Cos.U I II Unknown. 1.111 OnS.t.I in fnooel.d: ; Add.. 38 II -.7. W. Andrew. .Jr. _--.IELI{

_ A ;, burial. sub Division' I bounded ID by W. 111. MiddletOn .
decorative scheme. '
'1'' (Slimed/ ) J. Crosby and Rev. C. Lou 1 9 or 1014:of-Blk: i U I U Fannie LloYd .-- 10.76 N bv J. W. An-

,v; :A. Crosby pastor of Corinth Bridge over Shoal river between Tallahassee Approximately I Lo L l'fC- Bik.; Sub 11: L Dlvlnion88 T & I U Lillie Sanders __._.. 1.111Co' a dr.w.A by. .Jr.Madison W' lIy 8t Mitchell-__es.. 8 83 J. W. Andrews. -..--" 1113

church. *. Sub' DlvUlon M_.--a.: Com. at 8W Cor. of Call A;
Crestview and Nlceville completedand J12.000 spent rehabilitating burned 8 iaf Walter Cummings 1.111
Lot 4 of BIk 12 L T, & Broadway St.. A run W

FSI'' opened to traffic. R. O. Collins Iron Works plant.St. Co'*. Bub Dlrlsfo'Blklea11/ IICh ar I.,. Thomas __.._ 10.111 on Call Bt. 94 ft. S 1011
Lot 1 1 -
Green Cove Springs -City dock or ft. B 84 ft. N 108 to
Petersburg October buildIng L. T. A Co'... Sub DlvlS *- i bear. ::.. 88 I IIMr.. Annie Hemingway tl...IStt
,. damaged by fire short time ago being Dade Folks permits Issued here totaled lon Com. 1111"H ft. of SB Cor. of
repaired. City-Home Grocery so -t.TTc.'Blk-i. S818L. A II. Sam TI.on :' ..__ 11.011' Call A Orange St*. A runS105ft.B5234ft.N105
Store opened for business In Fra- more than 32000. T. A Co'.. Sub Dlvl-: >

zee building. BV4"of"SikTii** 1 ta Ida Simmons _____. 1.011 ft. to Call Bt. thence W
Tampa-Tarn-Pete Development : on said Bt. to> her ___._*B 8 -l..J. A Effl Johns __ IIIIft .
Go.: Inc. granted charter Winter Park Extensive rebuilding L. T. A Co's. Bub Davis. One lot bounded :B by Bay
Inverness Carload of new and decoration WnOfBlk. 6e-L T. Co's.5 8 It Sam TI.on __ 4.06Btale Bt. N by land of A. U
? to engage In real estate. operations k -- Alvares W by W. M. Edwards

equipment arrived for local post under way at Little Grey House. I Dlvllon --___ ft tt R, M.EII..on A 8 by Call St. In
office. HBu BIk. 35 L. T. A Co'..1g ; --.- 111.111 NW4! of SWW -.------28 18 Mr.. S. M. 'Wells ____ IIIS8
Bradenton-W. E. Thrift secure Division I 8 SO ft! of lot. t 4 of BIk.
lease on Arcadia Hotel here. Orange-Carload of grapefruit BIk. 17 A 88 LTCo'":U I itt Susie Chandler ___. 6,76 1 In J. D. Jones Add. --28 -.J. E. Corpenlng _____ 1071ft
Sub Division ___
2-8 interest In lot. 1 4 of
/ -- VerO Beach-L. B. O'Steen mercantile shipped from here to Syracuse W vofBlk.40 L.-T. Co'---18*. itit A. O. Jenkins -_._. 10.111 BIk. 2 In J. D. Jones Addition

Plant City-Remodellzatlon 'and store renovated. T.NOTICB. N'I BIk.D v$9 lot T.'ii's-iII) I L. G. Powell _..____ 10.111 Lots 2 S _of-BIk.:' 2 -In_ J. D.28 aa Turner Mott A Oarrls 11.01.

enlargement of J. G. McCrory Co.'s sub Division! _. ._.-----111 6 1. I Jones Add : -efl a It 1L n., RltMi __________ 10.7i
L T. & C .. ------------
stores completed.Live Lot 1 tor U1K. 41 1. T. A-- o -- ---- ,ET 6' One lot of land 114 'ft.-Nn
Notice I I. hereby given that the following land. will be cold Co... Sub Dlvlnlon &SbyllOft.1 A W .
r at public auction on the FIRST MONDAY IN JANUARY, 1983' It being Lots 1 1 of BIk., 41 L. T. -A-m ft tl .Ja. E. .Franklin ___ 11.71 I / bounded B by 8anderon

Oak Well Furniture Co. the 2nd day of said month, before the court house door at Stark* In Brad. Co'. Sub Divlalon I __ ii 8 Lan. A S by Hoyt St.--88 ft 81 Mary Jan Green. .___ 11II
_ ford County State 22 John William. .. ____
_ of Florida or so much thereof a. will be necessary to BIk. 44 L. T. A Co'o.-s ''On. lot of land 281 ft. N
(opened branch store here. pay the amount due for taxes set opposite the earn, together with the Dlvlnlon *__ A : by 210ft.BA W
cot of such sale 6 12 A. O. Jenkins ._. ._ 8.11 oullnd
and advertisingCARL JOHNS, Tax Collector.Deeerlftloa Lot 1 4 of Blk. 4Sand Lot1" I N by Pratt St. A

Taxes 1 3 of Blk. 46 Lv.X.: A, Co'*. :13 by Banderaon Lane. __18 I 11 -.7. W. Rarrell .__ I'll

SAVE JOHN RUSKIN aM. T. R. A. 0_.. A Cost* Lou 1 Division A 8H ir ill 8 22 Sarah Scott _..___ 11.08Dlk. i One lot of land com. at
T Com. 100 ft. W of NE1 Cor. 47 L. T. A Cos. Sub NE Cor. of Broadway &:
of WJV4 of NWVi of REVS Dlvlslon Hoyt Sts. A run N on

of NB% A run a 8411 ft. N%, of lot 1- ;BIk."48 L.-T.L8 I 13 Fannie MoCall ____ 1.01 Broadway Bt. 105 ft. B
W ice tt. N 1411 It. ID 100 Sub Division 187% ft. S 105 ft to HoytSt.

It .0 1I.1r. --__ __ $ I 2a Bsl. Short -.____ .... Loo S* of BIk.I 48 L. T.: A2' 8 11 __ .J.R.: Wllllame ___ 1.111 i W 187% ft to Broad-ll ft It -.J. F. Colley ..__.___ lilt
4// Ask 'All NW9a, of 8E4 South or Co'.. Sub Division __ On. lot fronting; on
your dealer can St .____..._______18 6 II-E. D. Card _.__. 50.75. Lot 1 8 8 4 t of :BIk.' lzs t att Joe Grant __._ 1.1111 way St. bounded N by old
; for One acre In NW Cor. of Davis A Truby'a Additionto Jail 8 by land of M. L,
new Premium SWVi of 8BV4 ____:t8 ISs O. I. Hayne ___..__. 40.75" Stark NE Cor. of 8EV John A known a. Kach- 1//S
Halt acre bounded SAB elhofer place __ ___ _a* ft -Unknown _
of NWVt W of By.
4' Catalog. MoreHeQV16ntl by Pine St. W by N. Lute ft 7 of BIk. 1 Davie----,g ia A. Z. Adkins --___.111.526 Lot 188488789 10 11 .
Sternbers- N by Mr. 11 of BIk. 1 Bowling
A Truby' Addition to
:", tobacco R. 8. Fernandeg ..______88 ta R. S. Fernandest __..__ 8.15 Btarke. NE Cor. of 8E14 Sub .Division to Stark In
NWVi. of A 8WK. of
Com at SB Cor. of SWVi of NWVi W of Ry. __ Hit
_ k.88 1.11 A. Z. Adklna Nwii 19 ft aa L. V. Dowllna8 _
i. now of SWVi A run W 795 ft. ;' Lot 1 18 7 10 of BIk. I -__ .1.111 Lots1Ia168.Ta9101tIA
N S15 ft. NE 408 ft. B .'
Davis A Trub, Addition
used in JOHNRUSKIN.making 108 ft. thence B 174 ft. to Starke!, NE Co,.. of of BIk. 1 Dowllna- Sub
to Starke In
8 801 ft. to b.... also
oer. 8BU of Nw% W of Ry.- n t aat A. Z. .. of SWW SWIi of
tale lands of : _.___ 11I.11I NWJ4
A W of Spark* Lots 19 of BIk. 1 Davis ATruby' _.___...___ _.29 11 t. V. Dowling __ 1611
man Ry. In 8BViof Addition< to of"B"lk.!
SWVi ___________tl 8 11 10 Xr.. E. F. Johns .___.__ 11.1111 Btarke.. NE Cor. of BE 14 Lot Sub 1 Division l Weatherly City ark.
it the
.I greatest Lots al' 7 S of o'I'itr.lf': of NW% W of Ry.tract es aa, :I. M. Truby ______ 11.11I A Carmen's Addition to 113.
Town .
Lot 1 8 84 .5 1 7 8& __ It W. Andrews -.-
8 -.J.
,; cigar: value at 5c. NBVi o? ef Blk.BWVi SV4________18NH 8 tl 11. A.. Dew ___.__ 111.01 Lot on W side of Blk. Bex.SItoflots71N. Lot Btarke 8 6 ft In 7 8WW 8 of Blk.of SEW 1 City 18 ..., -
Original .
L 'l l 1i Smoke the size Town of Star In NBVi J. Jones Addition to Park Sub Dlvl.lollWeath.rly .
I : of SWVI ______ ._a8 8 ta 11. A. Bishop _.___. 11.01 Btarke In SE(4 of NWM A Carmen'sAddition

z ;:a-4 you prefer Lots S Iro"n! of rIMia 4 .OrlInal Tn. Lot.W of Walnut Bt. 10" --28 6 It Bradford County Bank It." 8WV4 of SBU to Btarke:_______In_t1 11 Unknown ---- ,.II
IL. 8 11 11 .X. N ft. 1
t Perfecto Extra NBVi of SWVi ____.:._____** 8 II T. A. Brln.on .__.___. 11.05 of Tot* 9 11 of Blk. O Lot a of BIk. City Park
Bub Dlvl.lon WeatharlyA
$' or Lot. IS of Blk. 18 Original
N. J. Jone* Addition to A Carmen's Addition to
_ 3 Panettla. Town. of Btarke In NEVi Starke In 8BU of NWH In BWM of SEW.. 28 8 II-E. W. Miller ___ III

Y, r: Com of .SWVi 80 ft.. -8 -of-NB-----Cor.- !-18 t tt P'. F.,' Stump _______ 35.05 tote12/416 W of Walnut St.of BIk.. ----D-28 8. 11 Unknown ...___ 71.85 Lot Sub 8 DlvUlon 9 of Slit a Weatharly City.. Park .

of Blk, 17 A run W 50 ft. N. J. :Jones Addition to ,,
A n Addition
rIl SIIft.E60ft.NISft. Stark In BB4 of NWVi Btark :In ;8H of SBU of IS 8' aa Mr*. :B. K. Perryman .."
to bee. Original Town of W ____
of Walnut Bt. Lot 1 of BIk. 4 City Park
{ NOW Com.Btarke In NBVI of BWV4-18 8 ttt H. A., BI.hop __.__ 11.11I R,.. "' ---.---"-----2$ 8 tt J. M. Alvar. _._, S1.85 Sub Division 'WeatherlyA. .
at NW
Cor. of Call
A Lotl&N/tt.ofIota 4 .. .
Carmen' Addition to'
t Walnut 8t*. A. run 4Y on 60 of ButBN.J.Jones Btarke In 8WV4 of SKVi: __18 8 88at Joe SI.trunk -- -- ....
; Call Bt. 149 ft. I In. to .
a Addition to Starke In Lot 1184 of BIk. ABtump'
I'fOREHAVANA9erighf pt. of beg. thence N 105 BE* of NWK W of Walnut Addition to

;. ft. W. 18 ft. 8 10S ft. B St. 88 s tas -.7. M. Alvareg ___.__- lUll Starke In 8V4 of SEV4 of s II
1ft. to beg. Original Lot 8 of BIk. 1 Highway -
NE 11 < F. P' Stump ----------
town of Btarke In NBVi Addition to BtarkeIS aa Bradford County Bank. 80.75 LOU11346678ofBlk.
I .,.-- of swvi ____.__11 II-D.m.: Knight ...--- as.4o Lot 1 of Blk. 1 Temple'eAddition B Stump'. Addition to
t'llq E U Vi ft. of Lots 1 S of
to Btarke In
Rlk. 18 ... 80 ft. by 41Vi I I NBVi of NWU\ and W34 Stark UA in 8WK _of_-SBtt: ._-29 g 11 F. P'. Stump -- 1,13N ,
.1. MILD.MnddIl8kin ft. on South side sold to of NEvY, W of Ry. _____S8 8 88 Bradford County Bank 51.88 Lot 18848878- 0I BIk.:
_ F. C._ HollingsworthOriginal
Wy of lot I Of Blk. 1 Tem C Stump' Addition to

In NEViof Town BWVi\of_Btarke____tl 8 18 -.7. W Andrews ?._____Ul.811 pies In NOW Alldltlon', of NWY and Starke W14 Stark: In 81 of 81014-offs t aa _. F. F. stump ---_- ---- 6.31Lote1111687$91011

JohnRaskin One Lot Com. 45 Vi ft W of of N1214 W 01 Rys--1I II P'. O. Hemingway &
NE Cor. of Blk. IS A
W on Call Bt. 87 ft. a run In. Lot 3 01 Blk. I Temple' P. & MdUnan ____ 11.15 11 IS 14 IS IS of Blk. D
Addition to Stark. In N1034of
9 105 ft. B 17 ft. I In. N NWIf and Wli of N1214 Stamp's In 8H of Add BBVi of oN Starket9.-- 0 81 F. F. Stump ._.._---- ...1

108 ft. to beg Original W 01 ____II 1 II Mn. C.Ua Carter __ 11,10 All block 14 In, 131.33Addltlon
Ry.t Oasklns/
Town _
of _
Starke In NBVi All BIk. : aa L. A. Davis, Jr.
of BWVi _- -IS I SI -.J. M. Alvareg _.__ 70.10 10 ft. 3 ;n, oft & olds::of acres In NW -Cor.- r8H -of ,
_ Lot t ez lot 15 ft. N A S Dr lot I & .z. all lote II 1 1Temple' NEVi of BBVi being184
50 ft :B) A. W In NB Cor.
\ Addition teStarke >>
zl of same A. Lot 7 .... 50 In N1214 of NWI4 ft. N A 8 by 990 ft B A,, 8 aa L. A. Davis, Jr. ___ '.1&
1 rile: A part of lots 8 8 of and W34 01 N1214 W toKy. "of '.8S
18 Orlrlnal Town of S"XI'tc 8 aa L. A. Davis,Jr. ,_
IOc SMOKERS Stark. In NBVi' : of t It II. V. Knight ____ ".11 Lots 'I I-I-arof81k: II & a. Johns __. ..1.11I 1 I.. acres_ -bounded R byMyrtle
Com. 80 ft. 8 of NB Cor. Temple'. AddItion to MadlonSt.
8U 8 by
of Lot 6 of Blk IS A
runwsoft.S$5ft.E9art. to tltark. In NEIf, of W by land of L. A.
., NWI4 and W% of NE\\ Davis Jr., & N by half IUS
Town N 85 ft.of to Starke beg Original In NEVi. w R BIk:7Templ..3t; i 1 II 1I..A. Ca .._ 111.111 sec. line" : ____.-___ .19 II II-B. C. A C. S. Holtsendor
Lots 6 'of Madlon ,, '
of 8W14 _.___18Renldence 8 tt + H. A. Bishop. ____._ lUll Addition to Stark. In Com. at A BW Myrtle Cor.8t of. A runS -

lot on W side of N1214 of NW,," and WI4 ofNE74 810 ft. W 110 ft. N S10

Fade ward'ti $Blk.t. B 18 by bounded Starke House by Call A Lots1II46671314ofBlk. W of ny. -------II II Eo W. Hay.. ____ 1.11I ft. to M-dieon St. thence

B on said St. 810 ft. to. US
I W. H. River* 8 by Mad Holt-endorf
t 11 Temple's Addition beg.. In Oaekln'* Add.39 s aat B. C.. A C. 8.
lion 8t. A. W by Court St.
.J ._ .. ex. lot In NW Cor. sold to Stark. In NEIf, 01NW'4 Com. 110 ft. 8 of SW Cor.
and W14 01 NII\o\ ,
of Madlaon A Myrtle Bt*
,I ,.. J.Richard R. Davis A A. lot Bon A W of Jtr. ----____ -2I II M., n. Liddon __. It.U A run 8 on Myrtle St.ItOttWllOft.NllOtt..
e*: sold
;: 'I Lota 11 U 01 Bile. 11 T.m- -
Clara L. Peek Original '
Add. to Starke In

,1 r of Town of _Stark. In _NBVi_: NE4 Of NWY_ and WIS.-15 B In'810 Add.ft. to__beg-- !In___Oask-____ 19 aa B. C. A C. 8. Holtiendorf 10.SL. >
BWVi __ .
:(Y Lot 1 S of :1.ii.T --" 8 Itt Unknown __ .101.45 W of Ry. II Mr.. P. E. Bailey ___ 1.11I Com. 110 ft. W of SW Cor. -
Lot. 1 14 of Blk. III Tampse's of Madison A Myrtle Sts.A '
I Inal Town of Stark !In Addition to Stark.nN1'ofNW'l.andW .
run W S10 ft. to West-
r, NEVi' of SWVi iai O.a\C. Kruse _.____ 88.05 !: '
moreland Bt. thence 8 on
Lot Town 7 of of Blk.Stark.18 Original"In i : ,,,., 01 NEI4 W of lb' ...-___11 II T. J. Alderman __ 17.11I said St. 410 ft. N 410 ft.
NIIi Lot I of Hik II T.mple'e .
; to b.... A designated on
1\v vf SWP --------------1$ it f, B. MoMlllan __,.., ., .. 11.05 Add. to Starke In NJU'4 map of Oasktn's Add. a. ITS
/f ;;.. S9 a* extended on Bnsey of "Clark a A Blk __. _191H "IJ A. Davl Jr. -
Map ... NEN4WW Rand w ?
8 100 ft. A !: of ___.11 II L 0. Prnatt ___ 1\.11 acres In 8W Cor.: of
rl,i ;; DuM.l .. drab compl xlons.. blemlihes .on x.: Madison a itrlp of land by 87 80 ft.ft. Lot. 1-1 10' U Rt. of Blk. as 8EV4! of BBVi!! of NBVi" __tt t aas -.J. Q. Boyd __ til

:a and those defects.l .t. 1. Addition toStark. I acres In NBVi of 8EV4
annoying .. on Walnut Bt. sold to L. &. In NE14 NWi4
tot bounded B by owling'sAdd
l'' = Disappear. your skin assumes a A. Davis Original Town and W\i\ 01 NE W ofll 8 by St. W by St. A.
f smooth delicateappearance of 8w of Btark In NBVi of Ry. __ _____________ II Co r. Puk ___. '.U N by Oaekln': Addt __ II tas _' Mrs V. Torruelle._ 4101

WH 01? Blk fit is e7tended 18 8 81at -I. W. Andrew. _._____ lUll Lots .11 14 or Elk II Tem acres In SW Cor. of SE%
exquisite Beauty. This new charm on Bny Map ex. B 108 r I. Addltlon J'W Stark. of SElf A W 8 A of 8E% 3gs

;.Is yours NOW.... start ft. Original Town of WI4 Nord. of N1:14!:of W 01 y"ItU and II Lois Peek ".11I One of lot SElf$of Lana 210 yards* ia T. J.' Alderman. -
i Starke
In NBVi' : of SW
; F.Vk of Blk.I SO a* extended"1on 4-i Mrs. St V', Johns -f.... 41.15 Lot I 01 Blk. It Temple's N&Shy. IlOyardsB&. "

ORIENT4l Bney. Map ex. 8 108 Addition 01 to Starke toNn'1 W in SB Cor. of BBVi ofj ..: 11."
ft. NW'4 and W34of 81014 : ( ft aa Mrs Rachel McArthurt
I.t1 Btark Original In NEU Town of NE W of Ry. _---1/ 1 II W. R.: Crosby ... T." Com. at SID Cor. of RK%

; CREAlN Ber 80 ft. 8 of TB> of Cor.8WVi-lS of t aas -I. F. Homer _____ 7.15 Lots 11. n ot 81k. II Tem of SBVl and run W 87* ft.
le' Addition to Starkein
nik. 19 a. extended on to> W line of B. W Brlggar's -
; a NE14 of NW'-I. and W54or land thenee 'N
eOURAUD En. on
Map and
r run 8 II
\' WWN..FI. ..J.. ft. W SO ft. to beg. Orl NE1"a:" W of Rya __---11 II A. :I. Thomas ".11 aid land 848 ft. to a pt.tbsae..N..11.ft..

Reckel'"jtfltfjotrormu 94.d. Inal Town of Btarke faNE 'liildfeM; tM Beaekn ,. "."-cc ..
: of 8W"," -. R-845 ,.. s.anawttr......
.. sizi Lot. fl 8 7 of Blk..-l0 8EVI!: II 11t A. W. Anderson II." N14'4 or NWI4 and W34of ft. to the pt. of 0.g4 its
2 'k\ \\J Hoplcln..s-.YootI of SWVi '. M. John. Ad NEIi W of \y_____MI$ II Xr. Fronle Clemons 3,11 IA In BKH of BBU _II aa -. U A. Davis Jr.Sa _
r-- dition ._. Lots t .1 T 11 01 Blk. n N of SWVI
'\ J i.,- _______as ta John R McKinleyi.01 T.mpi.'s Addition of ditch $14
to .
1.. Lot. ft t of Blk. 14 BHVi NBVi\ N 11.1 I
Starkea l 1214 of NW143b'Ndr acne .. .. _________ II .- L. A.: Davis Jr. -


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year's' vogue this can easily be .,: '

done without spoiling the appearance y ? '
lB0 H0 S. JOURNALLAST of the missive. It Is not considered I Drastic l

In the best form to address

your envelope to the husband and Saleti&6'ccco&4

wife and add the abort cut "and Money Raising

family". If the card is to convey
-- Editor-la-(: fef 1 GAME OF SEASONBy NINTH GRADE NEWS ETIQUETTE CARDS DISCUSSED OF GREETING greetings to two or even three sisters \

HATNE3 the address reads: "The
HOPE ( Lester Schnell) Elaine Wynn spent Friday In --.-- Misses Jane and Ell.zabeth-Or I

Managing Editor Last Friday's game with Wil- Jacksonville. The Important things about the Jane. Elisabeth and ::Margaret- :

jLDREDGBS: ROBINSON l1 ton marked the closing of the Dorothy White spent Thursdayin correct Christmas.card are first, Grant." I

Exchange EditorABBIE 1932 football season. Althoughour Green Cove. the signature and second the It to quite correct for a famIly
J HARLEYLiterary winning record was rather unimpressive Marie Stafford apent Friday In method of address. in mourning to send out and Florida' Largest and Finest;

Editor there are several reasons Jacksonville. Cards individually signed by receive their usual Christmas M+ (7R

EDWARDS for our failure. We had green hand are especially popular this I. cards unless the bereavement Is'' Jewply. ( hum' and

LUCILLE material a light team, and a hard SEVENTH GRADE NEWS year, as a variety of cards may very recent. A widow uses her I ,

Sports Editor schedule which Included some of thus be selected to fit each reclpent. first name as :Mary: Grant onI I Gtflivare/ Store ,
JOHN JNMANSociety the strongest teams In this section :Mildred: Warren was absent If you prefer to send all your cards for her Immediate friends M

Editor of the site. Wednesday on account of illness. I card alike, however either printedor and relatives. On others she uses J! '

JOYCE MAST Five Tornado players have prob- We are glad to have I* O. Jones engraved signatures are equally by preference her husband's name, \ PRICES CUT

ably played their last football back in school after a few days accepted, providing of course that signing herself Mrs. William 12A ,

Class Reporters Dunn game in high school. The graduating absence.We the style of lettering In the signature Grant. as much as ,51 P

12th Grade, Jennie players are: John Inman, end all enjoyed the Thanksgiving matches exactly that of the Cards to a business friend or ac f'
Bunnie Canova es
11th Grade and halfback; Captain Mac Davis, ,. holidays. card senlment. I quaintance- sent to the placeof C t'' '}

Marjorie Stump guard; Harry Thom halfback; Virginia Fugate spent the The use of first names or evenfamiliar' business if the recipient Is unmarried Less Money from a Store witha
10U1 Crade, Louise Snvder Malcolm Lewis, guard and Ivan Thanksgiving holidays In Sarasota. diminutives Is growing on or if the sender Is unacquainted A Better Gift for

9tu Grade Hazel Lennon Hazen end. All have earned letters Beatrice Moseley and Clarice cards designed for the Immediate with the recipient's wife. State-wide Reputation.

Joke Editors in the previous year.'Although Gill spent the holidays In Jack circle of friends and relatives. I Otherwise they are sent to the '

CLYDE MORGAN these players will be> a great loss sonville. Younger married couples even on borne address addressed to Mr. enumeration of a few ", ', '

to us next year we have plenty of cards for general sending, are apt I and Mra.:: Similarly in sending a\ Space will only permit the .
-ASSEMBLY PROGRAM new material who, we believe, will SIXTH GRADE NEWS to prefer a signature such as "Bill I| card to a married woman even of our marvelous values. '.

fill their shoes quite capably.We and Mary Grant" to the formal if the husband is only a very alight t u

The chapel program last week feel that we owe much to We thoroughly enjoyed our va Mr. and Mrs. which Is correct for acquaintance of the sender the Diamond Solitaire and Engagement Rings '

m based on Thanksgiving. Each the fans for the support they have cation. We plan to study real older couples.It envelope Is. addressed to :Mr.: and I Fine White Stone 0.43s'8. 125 BOW $ 85
dug was represented In the pro. given us during the past season. hard this month. (I expect we will the married business woman Mrs. No.No.6155 Fine Perfect Stone 0.7 et .. _-......$ 850 BOW. $218
Io They have shown their faith In us need it when our report cards are uses her maiden name at the office It is both correct and conven- No. 6163 Fine White Perfect Stone 1.02 et..-.1 550 now $335

JTI Reading on Thanksgiving( -6thtie. even though we could seldom give given to us Wednesday.) she should write in her maid. ient for the sender to write his or No. 6153 Fine Perfect Stone 1.75 et.._.-. ..8 1150 now In5 t :

them as much as a victory. Againwe en name beneath her joint signature her name on the flap of the en No. 2380 IVaotlf"! Marqola. Stone 1.50 et.-.$ 950 now S625$495 ;-

Reading, Willis Smith 7th extend our thanks and appreciation JOKES : with her husband as Mr. and velope. This fulfils the double pur- No. 5229 Bin White Gem 1.28 et......-.-..-.$1.200 now sVVii ;
I .Mrs., unless she selects separate return address and a that mean money earn: tn you .
trade. for their wonderful attend pose of a J"then. of W- :rful l bargains In modern y. -.
"First\ Thanksgiving". Irene ance. :Mandy: : "Muh:: husband is so cards for her business and her' personal notification to the recipient of the for Instance a group of $60 solitaire fine diamonds c

Dtvls 8th grade. black the lightning bugs follow list In writing the maiden sender's address at the present settings now $30 seen.Diamond ,!p

The Pilgrims"! -A. W. Ander- PEOPLE OF LONG AGO him around In the day time. name she omits the Miss. time. 4"

104 Peggy Turnbull, Lillian Stern- Llzza: "Shucks, muh husband am The use of a photograph an Informal -- Bar Pins and BroochesNo. k '

berg-9th grade. (By Gracie Pitzer.) so black when he am seen will your snapshot or an easily identified Pensacola Pensacola Yacht 5200 72 Diamonda __.,..formerly I $ 750 now $315 .. .. ''

Song-Girls of 10 A. A long time ago people were husband people wants to know silhouette, either with or club established headquarters on No. 5838! 81 Diamonda __..._...._.......formerly $1.275 now $i95
gong-Girls of 10 B. not civilized and did not know who am dat white man." without the name beneath is a South Palafox street. No. 5302 5S Diamond. 69 8apphlreeformerly $I.OOONo. now $4A5 : ',
"Thanksgiving", Edgar A. Guest what civilization meant. They did smart new way to give your cards 6501 40 Diamond. 5 Sapphires-..formerly $ 675 now $265:
cook their food the ultimate touch of signature individuality I ,.. .. -formerly' $ 400 now $215:
Lois Long. not know how to "So you and your twin brother Brooksvllle Bookshop movedto No. 4939: 42 DiamondsNo. -.formerly $ 201) now $115 t;}; 1
Thanksgiving Camerrom" and when they learned how cook- 2B04 5 DiamondaNo. .-.... .. ft ,
Where huh' Wellwhat's I location opposite high $125 i.
new 225
knows everything formerly $
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household _
12th to them. They ate Sending cards to a 2675 3 DiamondaNo.5801 ,
--Genevleve Kenly Ing was new the capital of EuropaT""Well school. ..-formerly $ 125 now $ 60 ;
pade their food raw and it was not di that's one my brothel. or to more than one member of a, Diamond. splendid and Sapphlrea.values...-.,.. ....-,M $10 to $1,800 +
gestible. People learned how to knows." family Is apt to' be a problem. I Cocoa Dining room of Cocoa Many more
AKETBAIX TEAMS build fire with flint. They rub- Strict etiquette would sponsor a idrf Y ;

HAVE BEEN ORGANIZED bed' flint together and It made, card to the husband and wife andindlvldut.l House opened. Fancy Shape Diamond Dinner Rings '

friction which caused sparks. After I Mr. Larson ((In Chemistry Lab.) I cards tq other members Emerald Diamonds ._. ... IUO now $ 65.00 .,, ye', +
(By Lester ScbnelL) the fire went out It left char- "This room reminds me of a prison of the household: 'In the case ofa I Dade City R. W. Frisbee opened No.No. 5201 8328 21 Diamonds 4 Sapphires _.... on_$375 now $ 65.00 ,

Larson called together, coals. Fire was used for many I ," large family however it is quite radio repair business In Neal No.6338 23 Diamonds Platinum ..-... _....$700 BOW $345.00 )",; ;' '

Coach basketball meeting in the auditorium things after the discovery. Mac:: :: "Does It really You may correct to write the several names building on Pasco street No. 5500 5 Diamonda White Gold .-...,-. -...$15 now *I 65.00 97.50 ."'}R
I I $200 now
Monday November 28 in People* learned how to extract be right. eve never been in prison No. 5789 7 Diamonds Platinum. .,. 1110 now I 71.50 '1r'''',. ,
Diamonda Whit. Gold ... .... -, $
order to get all the aspirants to- metals with fire. They melted .myself. American Wom n'J No. 5974 S Diamonda and 8apphlres __ ..$125 now 60.00 '

pther in the forming of Bradford's lead and lead oxide which is a I Brownlee: "What Rates J No.No.6975 6431 4 Diamonds White Gold __ ._.- ...$100 BOW I 49.50 .
lead. I Martha musts 58.50 ,. t
from $100 BOW .
1132-33 basketball team. Although small powder Platinum .._-.-
No. 6044 5 ?
of the 1931- In primitive times people learned one do to have beautiful hands For Her Time Cellter.IAIIO no-,' 435.00
a good many I Wasting No. lion 41 Diamonda Marqntae qr
8 squad have been lost through how to pasteurize their foodto Mrs. Carpenter-: "Nothing. : Many more equally splendid valaea.___ ...$25.00 to 11850.00 i 1 ,

still have 'a good kill the germs. They learned 81' :
paduatlon we ; I '
of .
Richard' Smith: "Have any .
Ut of seasoned material left and how to mold ore together to makeit I childhood hopes been realised Diamonds and Platinum BraceletsNo. yqr .
the distillation your
the They '
for stay.
outlooks are bright $575
the> .formerly $1.256 now
other :. 6143 40 Diamonds, weight B ets-
this will of liquids.People $515No. .
coming season. 'Although worshipped fire but the :Mr.: Gray: "Yes. When my mother 44C T No. 6102 93 Diamond., fancy eentar_-formerly; $ 900 BOW 4' .
bt the first year Coach Larson hair' I wished ....formerly; $ 750 BOW
have much superstitious worship of fire soon used to pull my 3219 Diamond Sapphires -? -- (
directed our team, we "
confidence in him and feel sure gave way. They used tinders with that I didn't have any. '
which to start fires. They also Diamond Watches ;
out strong
fat he will turn as
"What is ,
stronger team than we have learned how to use 'tools. Beatrice" Miner: water No.409R Gruen 17 J 6 Diamonda _.?....._..._....II>G now $ 75 ; "'
When the first. matches were ? Gruen 15 J 2 Large Diamonds ..._..--.8160 now $ 75 ,
hid In the pastFOURTH 5377
:Mr.: Larson: 'One part oxygen $225 :
made people were surprised to I No.5237 Gruen 17 J 6 Baguette 8 Round DlasM.$450: now
B GRADE NEWS find how useful they were. All of and two parts hydrogen. I No. 54S4 17 J 1 Platinum Case 26 m.monda.IO. : ( now $150 ?
Beatrice: "Yes; but what Is wa- Caaa 20 IIlamondaUSO now $125 ,1
this was the work of fire.SOPHOMORE No. 5484 17 J Platinum $295 + ( ..
f.nv Simmons: Frances. Over ter?" No. 8580 17 J Platinum Cane 76 Dlamonda..16S0 now .

1Ir7et. Gladys Johnson and Winton I NEWS :MllUgan: A. L. Garrett purchased No. 3911 17 J Platinum Diamonda 61..?Round......__6..-Baguette.........__.......$975 now $437 .' ..1:, ,,1

Summer were absent Monday. :: old grist and rice 5402 Platinum Baguette!: Size 87 Diamondawith 'k'
Robert Sullivan came back to Miss:: Elizabeth Hollingsworth Moys No. Diamond Bracelet __...$900 now $150 + ,. .(' ;yy
mill. a
motored to Jacksonville Saturday.Miss y
Ktool Monday after being sick i ( i--S l J
: :Mary: Lucille Torode spent S
three weeks. Silcox Thanksgiving with Miss:: Dorothy. Work underway on surveying Reliable WatchesLadles'
Stanley Noegel and Ruby Road No. 115,
had a birthday last week. Sapp. and establishing Santa 15 J Baguette ....._........._...formerly $12.50 now $28.95 !,
from Fort Walton $10.50now
:Miss Dorothy Sapp spent Sunday leading up Lad lea' 17 J 18.K! Small Model formerly $7500 now "ti' '
EIGHTH GRADE NEWS with Mary Lucille Torode in Rosa Island to East Pass and P4WiM Ladies' 17 J Illinois Special _-. ..formerly $50.00; $32.75$16.25 .tr ,
through to Panama City. _.formerly $32.50 now
Lawtey. Men's 7 J Walt ham Strap :'
...... .....formerly $50.00 now 25.00 y : ,
Thanks- Jimmy :Moore: motored to Jack. Men' 15 J Gruen Strap -
Al Kay Carlisle spent Frostproof Jimmie Fana purchased Men's 17 J Hamilton Pocket .......formerly $60.00 now $12.50
living day in Ocala. sonville Saturday.Miss Friday Bob's Pressing Shop. Men's 7 J Elgin: Pocket .../.._..formerly $20.00 BOW $ 9.75
Johns spent
Tlsn :: Geraldine .
Martlle Hemingway :Marie: Other Wrist Watches from $19.73 up.
and Al Kay Carlisle spent Friday in Jacksonville. (
St. Augustine -

Katie in Jacksonville.Fugate spent Thanksgiving holidays Sidney In Hershfield Punta Gorda.spent the Dancing formally opened in new g ; ) c Platinum Top and Gold Jewelry

quarters. Bracelet, flings Pendants, Chains, Link
day in Sarasota. Hundreds of liar Pins "J'' N ''
.. Pensacola Work to start soon Dutton., Tie Holders, etc. at Yt to 2/3 off. M ;
Compass Lake-New packing on Jetty at Pensacola end of MobilePensacola Winter Park Atlantic CoastLine
house of H. W. Woolf completed. canal. depot'received new roof. Sterling: Silver Pieces N .
eft ,
Large Paul Revere BowL. ,...,.,_ formerly $75.00 now 37.50 r ;; .,w

DAYS .. By DWIG 3-BC. Coffee Set .___ -,.,.?. formerly I 50.00 BOW 25.00 ,' ';
SCHOOL Pair Console Candlesticks.formerly $ 5.00 BOW $ 3.50

Foil Sized Goblet....-..,....-,. _formerly $ 7.50 BOW $ 8.85 1, !, ,
7-laeh Tall Compote...-,-... ---.formerly $10.00 BOW $ 6.9526pe. 1 m
Set Heavy Gorham Flatware..forreerly $54.00 BOW $36.17

'We11\ I CAKT .HEIR; IT,
f1 't
e 1 : 'QJ (pw. "Nglri' \ Sterling Toiletware and NoveltiesFor '

YOU SPoz.e. I CROERtD a / 1 Men and Women at Greatly Reduced Prices. ; '+

00 ...J"m.A.N'.: & zTCYBQNrose1sratafbn.7
'0t1 ItA
ill eusT I 4 Rare Bargains in Fine China '

t'\\1'4 HIT t4
English China Service for 8-. .-" formerly S 25.00 BOW $12.50 '
\ ------- dOI'D.formerly $110.00 BOW $55.00 14 ,
I ; i.Iieeahe" .. "....t. a.AseaUBs.far" ; +,j.rll+tKU. +sI Lenos Service Plates, $ 8.50 now $ 4.95 y m+
( 35-pe. Breakfaat Set........_._?_.__.formerly
wAi "IhAY YQUtOrEj Rosenthal Square Salad Plates,doi..formerly $ 25.00 BOW. $15.00 1;
+Es I I I Declares Pioneers and Italian women practice their 25e and 50. w
6e l'ObAO i i Singer professions, women whose husbands Also many close out odd pieces at
Would Be Ashamed are merchants are the business formerly selling op to $3.00 each. f

I of Descendants partners of these husbands,
S : peasant women work in the fields Glassware "
1 = I Exceptional
I along with their men folk.
dot_... ..formerly $ 7.50 BOW $ $.00 ..
New York CltAmmean'Women "Until American women realize Imported( Green Stemware, $17.00 ''f r
of today waste> more time the futility of wasting time i Imported Rock Crystal Stemwaredos.formerly: $35.00 BOW !. 4
ayy and dissipate their talents to rgreeter they will never broaden their I 3-pc. Crystal Console Sets .formerly $ 5.00 BOW $ 2-50 ri .
01 4Ca 5.00 BOW $ 3.00
will Decanter Sets. formerly $
extent than the women economic Independence they 7pc. Crystal
of any other nation. never be the charming InterestIng 16-Inch Crystal Supper Trays_... formerly $ 6.00 BOW $ 2.95 t'
The author of this indictment' companions for their hue.bands I Cut Crystal Stemware dos formerly $14.00 BOW $ 8.00 .1

I. is Miss Jeans Joyion, popular that; they might be if they J 14 i n
their minds and talenta active f
: singer of modem aongs kept
!; : "And I say today purposely: ," and alert. Decorative Gift Pieces

I declares Ulis Joyaon. "Our pioneer ) Opens Vista 22-Inch Table! Lamp.__ formerly $12.50 now $ 1.911
I women would blush could formerly $1730 DOW 11'.00 i ?
M.rble Coffee T.ble. ;
+ 1tuM1nru they come back and see how the+ "The stage is my career, and Top ... .formerly $10.00 BOW $ 6,95 .
'I JI/I/ V while it appear to be full of Tile Top Coffee Tables ,. .. k ''
west may
leisure class 1.25
+t' / women our when one Cappl U Mont Italian Vaaes .formerly S 2.00 BOW
Intere.tlng.event. .
their time. Imagine a ploneei) 350 now $ 1.95
becomes Metal Book Ends. formerly $ G .!
+ar G in a typical comfortable kings dally, even the stage
American home, seeing commonplace. But; my husband Serving and Cocktail Trays $1.00 to $10.00 or half former price. pV. i {

the electrical] equipment thai; Is Interested In all my small
VI makes it possible for a woman chatter about my work. It opens values
hundreds of other big special
her house work In a few up a new vista to him and I am Many
:: hours hearing of our aplendld Just as Interested in his business what which must be turned Into money. t 4; x r
-I- schools which look after our children affairs. He advises me
,, T, all day ]long. I am sure, the songs to sing and is very sensitive (.
n aha would ..k ti> the reaction of the audi 4
first question
y. wI n4)Ir__ + t i would be, Wbat do-'Wit ence. Generally his favorite song V.: &aco&

-- j the rest. of your time my danght"t Is."my hit number.
1Jon"-Is his Tick this season

?i' 4 I..,. .:. / [t Sill, Clubs and my audience's favorite ofall LAURA & ADAMS JACKSONVILLE, FLA. __
husband likes It best
y is "Thousands of us would hangour too. My ;
heads in shame and mumble my repertoire. He loves to.Inl' :I ry
something about matinees,, to me that 'No one else will CHARGE ACCOUNTS ON MAIL ORDERS GIVEN I hb
bridge silly club. and t....' do, Honey. Every" day la sunny OUR USUAL TERMS PROMPT ATTENTION ;
; "'There."eIT. reason in the Honey with you'
i I world. for the modern American In private life Miss Joyion Is

ut.ttC: ,," OL. | woman to hare a home children Mrs. Joyson and br husbsnd.lajher .. -- -
i 't'cc7-. Talented Preticl Duslneaa |
Ud & treT. manager. ,?
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r \v. M. S. RECEPTION town). One cup nut*. One am I and the latter's mother, Mr*. J. to the bedside of her eon, Louie, night with Mr. and Mrs Wal-
AT CLUB HOUSE one-half cups of bread flour. Kelley. In Plant City Sunday. She was i Underbill.
'r/ ''t..t / \ : ; .\ Cream butter sugar and egg together -.|IlL Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Haven andI accompanied by her sons Pete I'I Mao Carter of Highland

ifeSOClctYJ The club house auditorium and ; add nuts, then dates, J I children who have been making and Jack and Mr. Arch Ellington. Clarence Marr of Stark( were IId
;1,4 r library was the scene of a delightful last of all the sifted flour. Turn their home at LaCrosse, have recently -I Mrs. Ollie Petty of Gulf Hammock I fang A. L. Barnes last Caturda"via-
affair Wednesday afternoon into a greased pan, medium size,, moved here. We all wel- was visiting her mother, A. R. and Wesley :McRae
: when the Harriet Peek Circle of{ and bake In a slow oven about one i.t come them: back to their old home Mra. Bell Parmentef Thursday. business trip to JaCksonville made
r the Woman's Missionary Societyof :hour. town. Mr. Earl Parmenter left Fridayfor day.Mr.

i EASTERN STAR TO MEET 4-II CLUB MEETS the Methodist; church entertained Mrs. T. ;J. Griffin. e Gulf Hammock to spend several M. Whlddon. who has been
the Noble White Circle and oth- weeks with relatives. visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. L Barnes

The Eastern Star will hold their The Junior 4-H Club held Its er ladles who attend services at BIRTHSMr. LITTLE SPRINGS Mr. and Mrs. Jack Griffis and left for his' home at DothonT Ala; ,
monthly meeting Monday eveningat .regular meeting Tuesday afternoonwith this church.At Miss Clara Bell Carter made a Sunday.
7:30 o'clock at the Maaonlc Hall. Miss Pearl Jordan. After a the beginning of this year and Mr Wwu.Prlngle, Law Willie Mae Nevrsome Cor. business trip to Jacksonville Wed- Mr. and Mrs. M. L LeWis and

There will be, election of officers short business session the follow the circles) of this society agreedto try, girl, November ,28. nesday. children spent Sunday InHeUbronB
b and ,all member! are urged to be ing officers were elected: have an attendance contest, and Mr. and Mr,. Joe Grifflo' Starke,, There will be church service Mrs. Bessie Crews and Miss LU- section with relatives
,at this meeting: President-Essie Sapp. the circle having the largest attendance boy, November 29. lle Mae Crew and Essie Crawfordand Mrs. Elbert Gloover
present Mr. and...Mrs. ;J. J. Moody, New at Hellbronn Saturday night and was VIsIt.
Vice President-Millie. Judd. at business) meeting was: Mr. Clarence Davis attended Ing relative In Starke
V. D. a WILL MEET Secretary and Treasurer '--Clar:- to be entertained by the losing cir- River, girl. November 26. Sunday. and church at Saxton Friday night, Sunday.ATLAS : .
"' Mr. and :Mrs. Lowry Carter
ice Gill. cle. The contest resulted in the Mr..and :Mrs. Eldredge Williams, Mr. Russell O'Berry Is spending -
son, were visiting her mother, Mrs. --.
The W. T. Weeks Chapter, U. :Program CommitteeMargaretLennon Noble White Circle winning because Starke, girl, November 27., a few days here the guest of :Mr.
D. C., will meet Wednesday, the Ruth McKelney: ; Margaret of having eight more In at- Mr. and Mrs. Frank Crews, Law- Lee Johns of Glen St. Mary Sun- Seeber Forsyth.Mr. .

7th Inst., at three-thirty In the afternoon i Williams. atendance. tey, boy November 28. day.Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Rhodenare
and Mrs. Darby Gaskins of
at the home of Mrs.,,Effie Finance Committee-Alice Pet Baskets of autumn leaves and Mr. and Mra., R. R. Hutchins, with spending several days In Law.
4 Hostesses: Mrs erson Thelma Wynn, Irene Goodge. used Starke, girl November 13. Little Springs spent Sunday tey a* guest of her brother, Mr.
Miner In Lawtey. yellow chrysanthemums were.. GaSkins.
.... . his mother, :Mrs. Jean
. Miner, Mrs. George W. Roberta Membership Committee effectively .. decorations for .the Dover -.i E. 0 Kooarts openeddrug'Jltore Mr. George Williams of Lake Bill Monds. The Standard Oil
Torode. Frankie Rltch, Virginia Brantley, Mr. Boyd Albrltten of Jacksonville
8' and Mrs. W. E. auditorium and library 'Receiving here Butler, was visiting his mother,
.%--- Mable Prevail. were Mrs. ;J. H. Rltch, circle leader u ; e recency.BROOKER Mr*. John Williams ,>Sunday, who 1* spending this week herewith Tire GuaranteedOne
EXECUTIVE BOARD MEETING Leader-Edyth Jones. his brother-in-law Mr. R. V.
k Song ; Mrs. W. F. Jones, pastor's wife has beea III for a period of time '
', OF WOMAN'S CLUB Yell Leader-Dorothy Green.It Mrs.. T. J, Griffin; retiring president at the home of her brother, :Mr. Parmenter. Year
was decided that two meetings of the society; :Mrs. T. Olson C. L. Carter. I ..
The regular meeting of the be held during the month un-; president-elect for 1933 .Mrs. L. y. ,
1 executive board of the Woman's der the direction of Miss Jordan. D. Green, circle secretary, and MlM V_ flm'.mtr. Cor. I I rN..N.NNN

tJ Club> will be held, Wednesday, De-I I There will be a general program Mrsu A. H. Harley, Jr., circle.treos--. RISING
cember 7th, at 10 o'clock a. m. for the next meeting and a demonstration P. T. A. Sponsors PlayA DOUBLE RUN
h; .... M'.
H. McRae. Car.
t ; / president asks that each member of nutrition. I urer.Amusing games under e"dlrec- large audience enjoyed the I Frigidairethe

'be ,present If possible. -e lion of Mrs. L. A. Davis were a fea- presentation Wednesday ,night, Miss Deoe. Drown, Cor.
l ,,- 1 TRI-COUNTY CLUB MEETINGThe I ture of the entertainment In a just| before Thanksgiving' of the Mrs. J. J. Crosby
BAPTIST W. M. aTOIIOLD "Health' and Happiness" contest ,,play entitled "The Eighteen Carat Mr. Dee Carlton and Leo Ed- This community was saddened year ouar-
BAZAAR Trl-County Club meeting Mrs. W. E. Middleton did the j I Boob" In the auditorium of the.wards were visitors tn,this section Thursday afternoon 4 o'clock '
was held in Starke on Friday, November I best and was rewarded with a pair i i Brooker school. The young people Sunday evening. because of the death of Mrs. ;J. ;J. anted electric refrigerator .
The Baptist W. M. S. will hold 25th with the Woman's of attractive candlesticks and J taking part.ln the cast deserve I Miss Virginia Brantley of Harts- Crosby. Mrs. Crosby had been In

a bazaar and food sale Friday and Club of Starke as hostess. candles. Instrumental music was great credit for,their work in preparing burg, was the guest of Boots bad health for several months although -

Saturday, Dec. 8-10 In the store I The meeting was opened ''with furnished by Mrs. IL V. Knight, ) this play and for their Brown Sunday night. she never complained until
formerly occupied by the Rex Jewelry prayer by Dr. G. P. Raymond, Mrs.L. who also accompanied Mrs. J. W .clever acting, which made the per- I Mr. Hugh Andrews of Hartsburgand shortly before her death. She wasa

I! Company. A lovely assortment H. Hill, of Lawtey, the presi- Andrews as she gave a vocal solo. j formance such a success. Great Buck Starling of Hellbronn member of Corinth Baptist For sale bySmith's
t C of fancy work will be on display dent of the Trl-County Federation I.,Mrs. George W. Kenly gave as a credit Is due also to Mrs. M. P. I'were In this section Sunday night. church. Interment was In Dyal

:, at reasonable price Along presided Mrs. Johnson of Lake reading !'The House of Happiness," | Maheny, Mrs. Sadie Polk, and Miss I! Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Woods ofLawtey cemetery Friday.
i; the food line will bit pies, candles, Butler gave an Interesting reportof and little Miss Edith ;Jones, accompanied Mary Alice Gaboon, who worked were the dinner guests of Mrs. Reba Crosby Is ill at the
cakes preserves and other things the work of the Lake Butler by Mrs F. H. Long, sang with the young people. I Mrs. O. L. Brown Saturday.Mrs. home of Mrs. same Tyson ,at Service
r i to eat. There will also be packagesof Woman's' Club. Mrs. A. E. Mc- "Just; Because of You" In a'I I During Intermission the audience -, Mamie Grlffia and son, Arthur Starke.. We hope she will
flower plant of various kinds. Dowell of Lake Butler, gave an whistling contest, Mrs. W. 'H. was entertained by clever of Lawtey, and :Mr. Oliver cover.
al e outline of the social service workof Struth and Mrs. O. W..White tied, j f selections rendered by the Misses I I Brown ,are visiting relatives In Mr. and Mrs., Owen Wiles and Station
i, BAPTIST CIRCLES TOt her club. Mrs. W. E. Middleton but after a second trlaj\ Mrs.Whlte, Madeline Crosby, Lorena Polk, I Homossassa this week., Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Baxley all
MEET MONDAY president of the hostess club madea was decided to be the winner and JuanIta McGauley, Cleone Sow- Misses Lois and MUlle Judd and of Jacksonville spent the week-end
report of the work of the Wom- was with fan. t ell,* .and negrox''sketch by'Ovid Lacy Futch were visiting Rose and here with relatives.Mr. .
presented a
t Starke .Fla.
c Circle No. 1 will hojd} an all day an's. Club of Starke. At the close'of the afternoon Lewis and Clifton Folk. Lossie Anderson ofjKeJlbronn: sat- B. I* and M. P, Haltiwangerof ,
+ ueejttng with a covered dish luncheon A talk was given by Mrs. J. E. the hostesses served a chicken sal Member of the cast were as fol- urday nightMr. Jacksonville,, spent Saturday .... ..
4. next Tueeday with Mrs. W. ;J. "The ..
Maine of Lake Butler on ad to about lows: - Edward Bagwell was the
course ,, ,sixty persona. ,
j r Epperson. All members are urged Contrast of the Home in George Lynne Bisnette *Coleman"Pad guest'of O.. L., Brown. ;Jr.. Thursday -
to be present. Circle No.' 3 will Washington' Day and Now." gett. *'J> ,' morning i BOREE & 'GIDDENS
} bold a special meeting next Mon- During the social hour a musical Alice Blsnettezulena Waters. I -

day:afternoon at 2:00: o'clock with program was enjoyed, consistingof II FAVORITE RECIPES I IJ' Daisy Bell-Margaret SowelL Funeral Directors
p :Mrs;; G. P. Raymond at the pas- a violin solo by Mis Anita I IVIr&lnfa Bellas-Johnnie Ree-Cone.u. .

a torlum. At this meeting articles Courtmanch, a vocal solo by Mr. r ..-..-.. Ca 1 tertBud--Grtho; > ) -'MA0001 I Heilbronn Springs COURTEOUS SERVICE-PHONE 5-0304
for the bazaar will be finished and John Powell, and< a piano solo by Fruit Cake' theny. W Mfr Thelma RhwlM. (;01..
final arrangements jnade. All member Miss Vivian Fowler of Lake... But. One pound raisins, one pound Billy-Mlnzie Groover: Funeral complete Including a nice casket, Cadillac hearse, embalming -
of the circle' are requested tot ler. currants, one pound figs, one pound Anna Vida Mae Mott. Mr., Bill Monds of Lawtey spent lowering device tent and chairs, earth covered green
be present. A salad course and hot tea were I dates, one-half pound citron one- Jack Merry- ward Mott Friday night with Mr. M. C. Rho- grasa around the grave. Everthlng complete at a cost of One
1. ul served by the hostess club., fourth,, pound lemon peel, one- Raymond BarkvU1 -Lyon Cros- Hundred Dollar*--all equipment new. Visit our Funeral Parlors -
e\ l: WK-LAKA SEW CLUB MEETS --eW. fourth pound orange peel, one- den.Miss Thelma Rhoden was visitIng and show room 83, 87. 89, 91 Riverside Avenue .Jacksonville
r M.' S. OF BAPTIST half pound blanched almonds, one by.Cara-Vivian Parker.CharleeLonnle Miss Dell Dyal -Sampson Fla. Casket display and show room near depot at Bennett's
'. Mrs. R. E. Weaver was hostess. CHURCH HOLDS MEETINGThe wine glass brandy, one pound but- Parker., City Sunday afternoon. Warehouse Starke Fla., also ambulance service.

i to members of the We-Laka Sew ter, one-half dozen eggs, three Kitty-Beulah-Lewis. Mrs. Clara Crawford was called
'1 Club at her home Tuesday after- business and program meet- cups brown sugar, one-half cup "Th@ Eighteen'Carat Boob" will

noon. Ing of the Baptist W. :M. S. was cooking molasses, one-half cup,\ be presented atVLaCrosse'' schoolhouse '' ,: .. ", ', -',., ', ', ." ',:" '.", ;_: _- '. ', ..-.. ': .':'_"': ':"
_ ; Poinsettias and chysanthemums held at the church Monday afternoon sour milk, one teaspoon-full grated /December 2. "
Friday evc lt, g
..v 'were used In decorating the home nutmeg, one teaspoon-full' Compare, Plee-Zing Products with Others and You Will be Convinced -

for 'delightful and informal,affair A very Inspiring devotjtfnal mace, one teaspoon-full cloves, one I Mrs. A. P. Thorp. Mrs. E. of Quality and Price
a ,' The afternoon passed pleasantly the subject of prayer and soul-' teaspoon-full cinnamon, one tea-;J Myers: and.Misses Mary Alice M"I
time being spent in sewing winning was led by the president, spoon-full soda, four cups of flour. hoon and Zell Waitts, all
+; and conversation. At the tea hour Mrs. A. M. Darby, after which I Cream butter and sugar, add to of the school faculty here, spent
N Mrs.., Weaver served Bavarian Circle No. 2, with Mr: ..L. 0., Powell that the mixed spices, then the the Thanksgiving holidays at,their PLEEZINGFOOD
dr cream, wafers I and-hot chocolate. I leader>rendered the following molasses, then sour milk. Stir respective homes.

j The club: will meet;;next Tuesday program, the topic of Which:' was all well, then beat In the beaten I! Rev. G. E. McCauley and< daughter -
p afternoon with Mrs; A. W. Ander I"Around the World With Our yolks of eggs, the brandy; stir all'' ;Juanita, attended church ser
,F' son.S Prayer and With Our Money." thoroughly and then add four cups vices at Hampton last (Sunday.
"Around the World" Mrs. L G. sifted flour
alternately with the I
Mr. and Mrs. 1'L P., Mathenyand
? DANCE IS GIVEN Powell; "Broadcasting our Prayers beaten whites of eggs Now.dls- I son, Erma, were attending to G STORESSPECIALS
l ," Mrs. E. L. Biggs; "Broad- solve soda In a lItUe'buttermilk business In Tampa last Saturday.Mr. .
'; WIllS Lola Adkins entertained a casting Our Money, Mrs.. E.- W. and ;stir in thoroughly. Mix the
and Mrs. T4W; Markey and
,i number of her friends with a dance Hayes. chopped fruit together and stir a
Miss Theo McGauley: were In Ala-
l Wednesday night at the> home of A letter from one of the Baptist into, it two heaping tablespoonsfull '1
chua Mondayi December 2nd and 3rd
't, 'her parents, Judge and Mrs. A. Z. missionaries BrazU to the W.'M, of flour," then stir well into Mis Pearl Jordan of"Starke was for Friday and Saturday,
t Adkina. s. waa read by Mr. Louie Kahr, the cake. Line two common sized '
f: The lower floor of the home was and a letter from Miss Roi '':MAr. baking pans with buttered paper: here Miss last Mary week'Altt/e.. Gaboon and Plain-FLOUR-Self.rising Coffee, Plee-Zing, vac. canPleeZing
,. open\tenaulte'and tastefully deco- low. a missionary In China waS Bake In a moderate oven two
Miss Zell Watttsattended the i foot- 6 Ibs. 19c 12 lb. _________ 30c
rated with a variety of garden read by 'Mrs. I* G. Powell. The hours. ball ; ---
''%: flowers. The evening was pleasantly program was closed: with song, Mrs G. A. Taylor. game. James ''and, Mr. England Ibs. 34c; 24 Ibs. _______ 64c Coffee, Sword'Santos Blend,
; spent in dancing, and the "Sweet Hour of Prayer." -
: 'hostess served as refreshments, The business of the Society was .Nat Cookie addressed a large 'congregation at Rambler, 6 Ibs. 17c; 12 Can _____________ 21c
f.( the Baptist church here last Mon
1 punch and cookies. disposed of in the usual manner. ', Beat four V'ery"lIgiif. 'add" 29c 24 Ibs. 53c Coffee Fresh Ground lb. 15c
eggs day night The Reverened Is a Ibs. ; ___;..__ ,
Those present were: Misses Lois The final for the
,?; arrangements one and one-half cups sugar. Two missionary who ha been to South
Long, Genevieve Kenly, Lillian bazaar was discussed. The bazaar)I cups flour sifted with one-half
America. -
:: Steinberg, Kitty Hogged, Peggy will be held in building formerly,' teaspoon-full each of salt ancYbaktag :Mr. and Mrs. A deU.Crosby and SUGAR limit 5 Ibs. to 'customer 5Ik21c
rf V, Tumbull :Martha Powell Bunnie occupied by Rex Jewelry Store on powder.' One' and one-half f Mrs. E. B.' Crosby of Youkon ,
? Canova Milton Brownlee, A. E. December 910. A Thanksgiving:
i ; Wall Billy Parker, Eldredge Robinson box valued at 25.00 waa reported -' cups chopped nuts. Drop by tea- spent Sunday here with his par- Green No. 2' Jelly Comp. Asst. 35 oz. jar 14c
spoone-full on greased, floured Turnip _
1 pan I ents,' Mr. and Mr. P. A. Crosby, I IOVfJ 1 0o 2 f for
.: Jimmy Moore, S. R. Johns, having been sent to the So- Place, one-half; nut on each' ;: COOKie:
Robert! \ Chapman; Harry Tlaon and ciety's adopted girl In the ,Chil and bake slowly. ,i' Cut Str. Beans, No. 2 --. PI Baking'Powder
H rber( Sevens.'A dren's Home in Arcadia. Miss Amelia Ray.: > Fresh White Limas No 2 ee- mg
._. .. I WOR! 13 1 lb. 23c
I ,--- Eo C can'------------'
Corn Sweet ____
Ocala-Fish hatchery In Tueca'ti 1 Lake Worth'' 'New establishment -, Date ;Nut.Loaf NERVES ,

: wWa Park here received first con Of Smith home, 131 South One cup cut dates. One teaspoon- Tomatoes No. 2 cans Sc
signment of brook bass to be used I Ututeslde Drive, to which 8.000 I -----
full of soda dates
I sprinkle over Meal or Grits, 10lb s. _____ 15c
In lakes in Marlon addition ,
re-stocking was recently completed, then of boiling
r pour over one cup
county., I,formally, dedicated. water One teablespoon-full of Fancy Whole Grain Rice Skinless Figs, qu. __...__31c

butter One unbeaten. Three- ,

:: :1 I fourths cup egg of sugar (white or d 5 Ibs. _____'!'"_______:. "15c rushed Pineapple,7 oz. can Sc
rt_ g And the Worst is Yet to Come---

dow Doctors Treat Milk, PJee-Zing tall Cheese, full cream ______ 1

Colds and' CoughsTo ,' ,Evaporated, can,-. ____+-_5c Butter, pure creamery, lb. 21c

break up a cold overnight ant

."eUere.'tb thousand. cotienUou of that physician makes ;jov are Potatoes, lO lbs. _______..: 15c Lard, 2lb2 pkg. 15c ; 4 lbs. 28c

how recommending Calotnb, the
IF' osuiwaleM calomel compound1 tablet Best Grade White Bacon, Ib ScPletZing
that give you the effect! of calomel and Onions, 31bs. __________ lOc

nits without the unpleasant effect No. ,I Sliced Breakfast
of either.
'iUP TO your ears ta work: I
One or two Calotaba at bcdtimtf witha nerve at high tension. Bacon lb. _-... _. 15c
'NM every",.,.,_ : _
glass of exert milk or water. No wonder at the wtfaj COCOA lOc size Sc
you anap ___.;..___-
C 1ar 1 morning your cold bas vanunetl, your and bark at the children.
..system la thoroughly purified and you Watch out I Overworked Smoked Country Sausage
b"1.L aro feeling foJe) ,.::lk a b :lrty. appctlU: Mirea may lead/fcy'SlMpbe** OATMEAL' P k g. '10 c lSc
------ lbs
for breakfast Eat what
wish. .
: you .
naaa, Nervous Headache Nerrooa ----------
ar i ::::: DO rianser. Indigestion and a boat of TUMBLER FREE
Calotabs are Bold In lOo and 33e: 10c
other onpleaaantt'diatoirbane** Chuck & Rib Steak lb.
'? : packages: at drug atore (Adv) ---
: ,
x Ceb Why don't yon try*- I 28c
Maple Syrup
can __
,-- ;;;; BfferveaeeBt Mmrvilm TabtettT ; _--_ -
rIC.. fast one In a half class of Pkg. Plee-Zing Pancake FREE Stew Beef, 3 lb. ________ 25c
$ Say it with Flowers ,water make a.pleaaant. sparkling -

..F ..", ...... to overtaxed drink delightfully nerreau* .soothing PI e-Zing Fresh Pig Pork Hams,

Flowers For All mad Dr. tn MilB two fnnin Neyrine-Tlnnlil Is now and Soap Chips, 2 pkgs. _..... __ 15c lb. ___...-----....- 12 1.2

Effervescent Tablet. Both hays

n. OccasionsGERTRUDE_ r... .... --4 the, ;aame$ljOO St seething y.adrng.toes effect. A. He GREEN J. W. WHITE ,& SUN

Farming Implements

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is5S2S 252 r7524Z5SZSZ5 52S2S'u'Z5252525252575d5% Mr. and Mrs. J F. Colley, Misses tary Hyde Strong said a "rather CHAPMAN TELLS PRISON M'greator, detail Under this system'r befalls another. A community of ., "l
Katie and Virginia Fugate visited serious development In the pink as nearly normal as humans, who need help and sym 1P

Sarasota, Ft. Meade Hernando and. boll worm situation was the discovery Is maintained an pathy rather than vituperation, and
Continued from 1. .
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Bits oflocal Lake Wales during the Thanksgiving of this Insect In '
Southern measures are brought to I self-sufficient commun- abuse :xxx I, 't
holidays. Florida." Stern measures-yes; where the men and women Just folks I have'never seen BJ. "

He added that most of the pink like the laws of nature; harsh raise their own food cook inmate at Raiford kick a dog or
Mr. Paul Knight of the University boll worm was found on wild cot but large kitchens, serve It In the chase a cat, but I have seen them ;
?4e of Florida In Gainesville, spent ton growing on the keys and on appearance ful In their esssence. x x :x rooms, wash the dishes unmercifully deal with 6 bully who
I last week-end in Starke with his the Atlantic and Calf Coasts. Health the meals are over-where tried to maltreat a youngster',
parents, CoL and Mrs. D. E. Most of the wild cotton plants strength of the Florida nurse their sick, bury their smaller" than himself. Just folks I r v

Concerning Our People, Business and Knight. have been removed and the remainder tem Is that it treats every operate telephone switch- They love to sing and play and 'rI

of the County and Town. ---- la receiving; the constant individually, and give each I drive trucks, herd cattle everyone works. ,
Progreif Hon. John W. Martin Dr. Grace attention of department experts chance to make good. Each feed bogs-where they operThe stern threat of the law Is ;a
and Mr. L. W. White of Jacksonville working In coopetu'tlonIth the movies and do their sheathed much for *
at Raiford receives his start own as as possible, ,
SZSZ5Z525ZSZ52SZ52SZ5Z52SZ5Z5ES? were dinner guests of Col Florida State Plant Board, Strong first training In the,Eight Spot laundry work, stage their own Florida believes that plain' folks h ; '
and Mrs. H. V.
Knight Tuesday and distribute book should be led to better things and
HXATHEB REPORT -beat Stamp's Xmaa Sale !. now on evening.extraordinary. I'said.A few specimens were found recently guards field Crw.,.!work where Is done, under In the, the library-where they re that one mistake does not, necessarily ;, '
In Starke.
bargain In cultivated cotton in I air for the double purpose of 'at the good fortune of one mean that there Is no re ,j '
I D* Starke branch priors on our Northern Florida; he added, and e
U compiled a.. plaining and enforcing the rules .grieve ,at the disaster which covery.
I Forestry service. Mrs. H. A. Dew and children Christmas photos this year. A lot quarantine has been Issued for that :
L ending Nov. 29, 1932. of Jacksonville, were guests of Mrs. of beautiful new styles. Come section. the Institution, and of
week !!UJ41D.. Freclp. Lorenzo Green Tuesday. quick. HOOVER BROS. STUDIO, the physical health, which In .' .

,7 63 43 .37 -- Starke, Fla. ROLL CALL EXTENDED cases has been Impaired by
2S B8 .11 60 1 terms In Jail awaiting trial, and "
: 70 Outing per yard. Stamp'sBig -
,, Y4 the nervous and mental strain
2:1: 7S 61 .45 Xmas Sale. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hoppe and The Red Cross Roll Call will con FREE !f%
trial and final conviction. This ,
'" 26 68 60 .01 Mrs. A. C. Durden of Tampa, will ,tinue for two weeks, Mrs N. D. ,
*: j7 47 44 -I I'rJt. Mrs. C. N. Christy of Tarentum, return'to their borne Friday aftera I Walnwright, chairman of the local reer In the Eight Spot Is ,

,28 60 87 Pa., Is the guest of Mrs. Carrie visit here with Mr. and Mrs. 0.. chapter, has announ ed. but necessary. It'is not cruel,,
31 Rltch. I The results of the harsh measures! are, taken, : fi
52 1. Beasley. Roll Call so
Total' [ rainfall for week: .94. In.Mcloua -- far have been disappointing, and swearing and no abuse But MOVING PICTURE SHOW b
is strict. ,
regimen .
Sternberg'e 21st Anniversary Miss Ella Mae Manning enter- It was decided to extend the time ., h.
Then the
eats at the food sale. Sale. You've been waiting for It. tained at her home at the State la order that membership can be comes promotion. I '
the men learn the rules and ,
-- -- --- --- Farm on Thanksgiving. About brought as nearly: as possible to
that Intend to be GIVEN BY
I gem it lei! Sternberg's 21st An- Mr. T. J. Griffin and Mrs. A. S. twenty-three guests enjoyed her the goal that has been set for they and
helpful orderly they are
Crews spent Thursday in Jackson Bradford County.In R
Salayr hospitality.Rev. ..
ville. i view of thtfrfgenerous( shipments places in the factories. In
shops, at the dairy, In the 'Business Men of Starke
and Mrs. J. W. Andrews and I I and Mrs. T. L. Z. Barr of of flour and cotton goods re- n
ter crews, In the hospitals and K
ren, Jacqueline and Buddy,, Special Sale prices on an silk I II Tampa will be guests of Dr. and ceived here from the Red Cross, machine shop and tag .
In Jacksonville Friday. dresses at Stump's Xmas Sale. I I Mrs. W. E. Middleton Tuesday, Mrs. Walnwright believes that everyone
ell In the shirt factory
I while enroute to Jacksonville to who can should respond to '

All I kinds of bargains-Stump's Mr. and Mrs., J. L. Wilkes of attend the Methodist annual con-,I the Roll Call and help the countyto factory room, or, In'perhaps the' kitchen at the or Every Saturday EveningBetween '

Sale. Jacksonville, were week-end guests ference. make a good showing.
i farm or the quail and
of Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adkina.Don't .
I Mayo Repairs being made to ,farm. There are 42 Courthouse and Printing: Office .f
-- Mr. and Mrs. George W. Kenly
M. Davis and
I Mr. and Mrs. E. 'M. P. I. building, occupied by May fully manned by the '
In Jack- miss Sternberg's 21st Anniversary and Miss Genevieve Kenly spent AT 7 O'CLOCK .. mf
R J. Davis were where many trades are taught
State Bank.
Sale. Friday la: Jacksonville. Mrs. Ken
e i Wednesday afternoon where such a variety of

[ditto for Christmas at the baMr. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Gray motored ly attended of the American Women.the November Association meetIng of- S.Plant G. McCullers City Charlie took over Hearn general and ual tions visitor is given who as has to the amaze false the EverybodyVelcome\ ;

to Jacksonville Saturday and I University
repair, electric and battery workat that the State Prison Farm at
spent the day.Beautiful ford Is merely a steel and
Bazemore Service Station on
Graham Lester Price RobInson
] and Mrs. Robert Demorest Billy prison where men and women II
East Reynolds streets.
A daughter, Ona, spent Thanks- Humming Bird Hose and Milton Brownlee, Jr., returned herded Insanitary conditions { ,-

; In Starke.' 69c, at Stump's :Xmas Sale. ida: in to Gainesville the University Sunday of Flor-after Stuart Lateral ditches along live If. they. can" and; die If ,mTO ,

old Dixie south of Sea must.
| tilt Anniversary Sale now at Mrs. E. S. Matthews returned spending Thanksgiving:: holidays highway Promotion System ANNOUNCING r :
board distributing plant, now being ; : :;
rg'e. Thursday from Jacksonville, where at their respective homes. dug. Finally, promotion ). K MV

she visited Mrs. A. M. Richard. work, where good conduct Is < ;
lot Thelma-Andrews returned Mr. and Mrs. W.'H. Hart, Mr. Fort"Pierce,..Work warded by lifting many of ::.
progressing :
ay from Jacksonville ,where. Miss May Peek, of. Jacksonville and Mrs. W. C. Manning of Starke on completion of four-mile restrictions, by sharing In Change Ownership :1 '

visited relatives. was here last week visiting her motored to the State Farm last stretch of state road No.8 here.ckiion. work of the highest and most ..." Va
niece, Mrs. J. H. Ritch. Thursday, where they spent tricate type,. and where places ?
[bmember the bazaar next FrlI Thanksgiving with Mr. and Mrs. -- .J: great responsibility are open. I{ Of : v

Sternberg's 21st AnniversarySale V. F. Manning.Mr. ally comes the appeal tothe *

Is your party. don Board for leniency, and at
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I to. M Leviton returned Mon- and Mrs. H. A. Bishop ana the release to the duties and COURTESY SERVICE STATION
; from Jacksonville, where she Mr. Russell Daniel of the University children, Mary Harriet, Harold and sponsibilities of life in the

i pent the past few weeks. of Florida spent the week. Nina were In Green Cove Springs again. :x x x I ,
end here with Matthews.Col. Sunday attending an Eastern Star !
Eugene It Is not necessary to go *
| Kra. Alice) Langford of Galnes- memorial service for Mrs. Bishop'sawther Formerly managed by "Red" Montleth now *4 ?

spent several days of last D. E. Knight spent last the late Mrs. M. B. Pre- Bradenton Arcade Hotel I 1
l with Mrs. R. A.", Thomas. week-end on a business trip to vatt. der new management. Management of
and Punta GordaI
Tampa '
Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Daniel of I II ;
JBtlp Sternberg'a celebrate its l Dave Silcox
Bis Anniversary Sale. ,I Mr. Charlie Richard of Miami, Sarasota, have returned home after

I was a recent' guest of his nephew spending the Thanksgiving holidays I' i

[ Us Alice Langford and. Mr..R;"1 and,niece! Mr, and,}#s.,!!,.A. pis-! with Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Edwards 1 ----- ..
L Thomas were visitors In Lake hop. \ and family. Mrs. Josephine A touch of nch ntment..the illlcy
IIer r Thursday. Edwards accompanied them home smooth pearly easily/ I WATCH
appearance so
One rack of rain coats for ladles after a few! months stay with her

C. A. Knight returned Sun- and girls, almost given away atStwnp's son, Mr. J.. W. Edwards.-........ and,.quickly.Arms...Shoulders rendered to and Complexion Hands. I'a
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f from Macon, Ga., where she Xmas SalaMr. !
face Dawdersjustcover. Oriental
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Epperson
led relatives for several days. for TIP TOP
Cream Beautifies. Start to-day.
and Mrs. C. F. Ward have had as their dinner guests Sunday,
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. and .
lakes, plea?candy, at the food gone to Plant City to take charge
sla of a store for the ,StovallBaughCo. two children Betty and Ray. Jr.: ORIENTAl. '.

., of Tampa. of 'Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. G. OPENING.Announcement V"Y'
A. Anderson of Lawtey and Mrs. ,
Un. Bertha Geise of Swains- t
You'll find what you want at Dale Vanslckle of Beverly Hills I ph,
no, Ca., la the guest of Mr. J. ?
Calif. The occasion being Mr. Ep _
t CCrpenlng.( Sternberg's 21st Anniversary Sale. 4JREAMGOURAUD h
I person's birthday. l .. Slit .

Xn. Ida Hadock and Mrs Verdle Mrs. A. M. Darby, Mrs. P. F. .NgwYoHi
!Sue, of Live Oak, were guests i Maguire and Mrs. Morgan Darby Those attending the Florida. _
motored to Jacksonville Friday and South Carolina freshmen football
Tj day of Mrs. J. C. Robinson.
spent the day. game In Gainesville Thursday af- Don't Get Up Nights of 1
ternoon were: Miss Estelle Kendrick -
kr. and Mrs. W. A. Scott, of 'MAKE TIIia2Se-TEST
Miss Leila Dea Andrews,
Mr. and Mrs. Al Bankston of
Orange City, spent several days You need this easy bladder phyeto
m. last week with his parents, Savannah, Ga., were week-end Messrs. Eldredge, Smith, Johnny to drive out impurities and excess 4 1I
*and Mrs. F. A. Scott. guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Grif Redgrave, Lester Price' Robinson, acids which cause ,,Irritation SERVICE j''
fin. James Lewis C. D. Shank, O. Kirk I that results In leg pains backache; NEW t ;d
Lewis and Richard BeaL
at started Steinberg's 81st burning and getting up nights. BU- Folks we sell the Best Flour that's Sold a ''ir.
\ Remember the bazaar's food
Anniversary Sale. KETS, the bladder physic, contain I
sale. MANNING GRADUATES ing buchu, Juniper oil, etc., workson + ,
lira A. M. Richard of Jackson the bladder pleasantly and,effectively STATION I Pillsbury Best Flour 24 Ibs. 75c,
!!lit, was the week-end guest of :Mrs. C. O. Arendell of Lakeland, V. F. Manning. Superintendent similar to castor oil on

.*brother and sister-in-law, Mr. Is spending this week with her Bureau of Identification, Florida the bowels. Get a 2Se box (ft grain

IDIJ> Mrs. E. S. Matthews. brother and sister-in-law Dr. and State certificate Farm received of competency his diplomaand No- size) from your druggist. After Potatoes, 10 Ibs. _________.,....._________ 15c 'j ,
Mrs. O. L. Haynes.. four days, If not relieved of getting
>.and Dire*iR. L. McDowell and vember 21. Mr. Manning graduated I up nights go back and get At,Intersection Yellow', 4 Ibs ----_ -__________ We ''A J N

laau1y of Jacksonville, spent Miss Rosalind Jacobs spenthomecomlnl' from the Institute of Applied money. You 'are bound to A VY BEANS 5 lbs.
Science, Chicago DL, on November your ____u____-?,,..__ IDe.Libby's ..a,
"ataglvtng here with her par- at the F. S. W. C. in ,feel better after this cleansing and ,
Sb r Mr. and Mrs. John Uglow. Tallahassee with her sister, Miss 11th. We wish Mr. Manning I you get your regular'sleep. "Mitch Milk tall 5c; Small --__ _____ 21.2c '

Miriam Jacobs. success in his chosen expert profession and crlm- ell's Drug Store says Bukets la a pf Sliced or Crushed, No. 2 can __ 10c 'i ; t ;
'Ira J. :M.: Brownlee, Mrs. J. E. as a finger beat seller." I {
J 1111.011 Mrs. W. L. Wall and CoL Beautiful Christmas Photos. A inologiat. "' "" I House Coffee, lb. ________..._____ 30c ,

JT.. Weeks were visitors In lot of new things at VERY SPECIAL Roads 13 and 48 HOURS COFFEE lb.
: __________ __ 23c
kteoavlile Wednesday. PRICES this year. HOOVER NEW MANAGER FOR STATION

BROS STUDIO Starke Fla FLORIDA, 5 Ibs ____ 23c-10 Ibs _____???_ 45c

4r5.. Rlgdon. Mr...and Mrs. The Courtesy Service Station 2 lb.
I cy RlKdon and Miss Eva Rlgdon Mrs. Leonie Eccles and Mr. Jack changed hands this week with THEATRE' .... Carton, We-5 Ib. Carton... 25c

Jwwl to Jacksonville Thursday McDonald of Jacksonville' were Dave Silcox becoming the new GAiNESVILLE.'FLA. 3 tall can ___________________ 25c ; ; '
" spent the guest. of Mrs. E. M. Johns Sun m"nftffer. D. A. Montleth former
, day. manager will have charge of the or MEAL, W Ibs. __________ .__,,_ 15c i

,lira U A. Dar Mrs. 'W. B. new station which Is rapidly being a enctrepresents New, gallon ______ _________._ SOc
?*", Mw. w. Middleton, Mrs. Mrs. H. C. Wall returned home completed at the Intersection of
* B-. Ferryman and Mrs.. D. E. Sunday from Tampa and St. Petersburg highways 13 and 48. THURSDAY WILL ROGERSIn FRIDAY Whole Grain, WJbs. ____________. 25c :

flcht! are spending today In Jack. i where she spent the past .5 strong BEEF, can __,___u_________ ___ 15C : '

rehie tIng of attending the Woman'the sectional dubChevrolet II week visiting friends and relatives.Mr. AUSTIN PLEASED- WITS BUY I i "...00 BUSY TO. WORK" 'stock fire Insurance : or Powder 10 for __.__ _..,.,____..-___ __ 25c ,

and Mrs. R. V. Turner and Mr. Hans Austin, who purchasedthe companies 4 No. 2 cans _______________ 25c ''
children and Mr. F. B. Johns of Spencer place southeast of SATURDAY'STVART and is qualifiedto

NT A Jacksonville, spent Sunday with town several weeks ago Is well ERWIN give you'sound This Is the Best In Town 1 '

WORD Mrs. ,F. B. Johns. pleased with his buy. He says that .In insurance '

the farm, while small Is In fine "HE: LEARNED ABOUT protection True Love Flour 24 Ihs.55c;
COLUMN Mrs. George W Kenly returnedlast condition, there being a good crop WOMEN''' and competent ; n

sw week from Gainesville, Ga., of truck a fine flock of chickens, service.

AP-1929 or I where she visited her sister, Mrs. and over 14,000 healthy strawberry .. tin ) r**+* Seabreeze Flour 24 Ibs

.':.'todge J. B.roadster Ralner'for' stock i Price Charters, following the death plants.Mr. Monday BAY TEAL(On '* HIS Stage) You polidM cuunliMd sad 6Qc '

,,-: Baldwin, ,,0f.Mr. Charters on Nov.: 13th. Austin's IOn Lacy who recently FLORIDIAJW t RKVTJB MUOMl given' WiUlOUt obUp.o
ll-25-2t. moved his family here from tfantojou.Brinf .

Ngk BALE-B fiat Mrs. Dale Vanslckle, who has Gainesville is living on' the place Scree. Lard 4 lbs. 28c
sop-an saxa- (On the ) r I via 4
0pe c. J. Conn make.Silver been visiting her parents, Mr. with his father. "PIIANTOM PRESIDENT"TUESDAY I '' buunutc ,
aid rold Mrs. W. J. Epperson for the past S ytmr fn.
bell one term of les- I don dare.
<< to
elaa free. Reasonable three months, left Monday for her BOLL WORM MAY BEEXTERMINATED Bacon. Best White lb 7c S? '
lL.t& Courtmanch Starke, FJa.allli. home In Beverly Hills, California I MITZI GREEN '

The circles of the Woman's Missionary Washington. =Hope that the laOBPIIAW ANNTHTComing I II *Telephone.. or 1'1'ritGHAROLD 2 for __ ..._ 5c PRUNES, lb. __ 5c
IUi.A.L: ESTATE BAR- Society of the Metbodtatchurch pink boll worm will be extermi- 25 .15c "
oz. ___'. Cocanut. pkg.
_.. Sc
Thres. lots will meet Monday after nated from Florida soon was expressed '
west of the .
Deer. 8 A 9
. Y Service Station;'tny old noon at three o'clock. The Noble recently by Lee A. Strong, "OF.I.J1AD/A MILLION" [ C. oz. PEPPER'_ 10c RAISINS, pkq. a 5c !?

Itreet.Plac.* on North Cherry White Circle will be entertainedby chief of the 'Agriculture Depart. INSURANCE '
. '_7JJ.y present home on Mrs. E. M. Johns. The Harriet ment's Bureau of Plant Quarantine. Coming Soon 11 !We Have All Fruit Cake Materials, Christmas '

.t Dau4110mp; : See W. Peek Circle will be entertained, by "GRAND UO'J'ELM'Jt I' STARK FLORIDA Candy and,Fireworks

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{' I" : By A. N. PRODUCTlo
t tG f "Tha Voice of Florida" j J. R. Brat
FARMERS SECTIONConducted [Weekly. Specialist from Hems, Tallahassee DemoDltratlOD LIVE STATE NEWSNews non and Harold! MewrySoli

., Gainesville Fla. Featuring of Florida in Short Paragraphs Injury
by Demonstration Agents" I FARM CHRISTMAS GIFTS talks about the Florida Farm Outlook : L Areas varying in size tn
ot *,,
for another year College plants to a half-acre
T workers will speak or more
t 4t.. -. _________________________________________________________ People differ a great deal in their over state radio station WRUF at. .-_- u_- _- ", _,._- ."'_ .'" -w -. occasionally found in which
.. - -- plants fall
... ..... Ideas about Christmas giving. noon each day next week. They; a satisfact: ,
growth. This
TICK LOSES GROUND; EGGS COST POULTRYMENIN Some make the Christmas seasonan will speak on the regular Florida' St. Petersburg Beach cot man,, still stubborn, and discoveredhe caused by presence condition Is 01
of of
occasion for selfish trading Farm Hour broadcast from 12 to''I tagers and residents have becomeso had $13.60 in cash on him. The factor aonia
while others find In It to
{ SOON TO BE RELEASED PER DOZEN STUDY SHOWS costly time gifts for, to 12:45: : EST according to the following numerous that plans are afoot I man was sent to get a Bleeping berry. the a ti
a a gracious giving schedule. to Incorporate an island beach village -: place for himself, where be would
\ : When
friends whom Jove.
they Sat., Dec. 3 Florida Farm, and Plnellas county win then have to pay for It. set
( I The cattle tick is gradually being Gainesville, Fla.-The average Farm people have an opportunity plants start off normally, but i
,N,,, I, pushed out of Florida and off cost of producing a dozen eggs was to make welcome gifts from News and Hint Farm Editorial''I(|have one more community. Residents !- few weeks as new leaves
the map of the United States. This 28 1-2 cents on 42 Florida poultry their store gathered from farm and Snapshots. ,( on the upper end of Treas- Davtona' Beach A note In a they are seen to have apw!
} i again seen In an order signed by farms for the 1930-31 laying season orchard.A Mon., Dec. 6-The control of ure Island have met, named officials ; bottle cast Into the sea 300 miles white areas between the;yellow

R. W Dunlap acting secretary of Norman R. Mehrhof poultry basket of polished fruits and Termites on Banked Citrus J. R. for the new town and decided due south of Jamaica, W. I., last still later as the Injury veins

agriculture which takes effect December i p specialist with the Florida Agri- vegetables Is a colorful present and Wataon. Natural Control of Cot to name it Sunset Island. I July 4 for the United States Hy- the mottling Increases! progr until\<

0, 1032. and releases from cultural Extension :Service< explained welcomed In any home that does tony Cushion Scale-E. W. Berger. : drographlc office was picked Up yellow or white leaves are "tJ//i

tick quarantine seven counties and In a recent radio address. not rove! in its own garden TUBS., Dec. 6 The Florida St. pet.ersbuClty'detectlves' at Wllbur-By-The-Sea, south of duced. The plants become dwarf
of two others in Florida. 11 The made and the figures Truck Crops Outlook H. O. are looking for a missing garage Lanler.
parts 1 study was Nuts in a bright read tarleton sack here Saturday bv :M. A. ed,. growth ceases, and In
a counties In Texas and the remainder compiled by him and Frank present a festive appearance In Clayton. Farm Question Box. and city building Inspector would In accordance with the note's request cases death occurs. This rev
of Arkansas. I W. Brumley economist in farm keeping with holiday spirits. A Wed., Dec. 7.-Growing Ever- like to find the house mover'and Lanler mailed the memorandum apt to be a sign of soil insufflctn tt(

The Florida counties to be released management.Feed pound of fresh home-made butter, green Trees in Florida Harold Induce him to take out a house to the hydrographic officeat ly acid for the growth of the itral
ai & are Brevard Citrus Indian I cost amounted to 13.9 centsor wrapped In parchment paper and Mowry. Control of the House movers license, the result of the Washington where it will be berry.In .

'1{ River Orange Seminole, Sumter, approximately half. Man labor tied with a yellow bow Is a golden Rat--Carlyle Carr. Primer for theft of a garage on close-in prop- used with other similar data In I the case of the
1 the reminder of Lake and parts of accounted for 5 cent, and 4 1-2 gift Indeed, while cottage cheese In Town Farmers. erty here. A rental agent, visitingthe 1 compiling ocean current history. soil toxins or too much acid i
Osceola and St. Lucle. This leaves cents was allowed for depreciation a clear glass jar tempts the most Thurs., Dec. 8 The Florida vacant house, discovered the The bottle had been thrown over- yellowing of the leaves t

only an area of about 17 counties I Ion birds These three Items! made jaded appetite. I Farm Outlook-m.' : Lee Smith. The garage was missing. board by Joseph Fox of the American -: sent but the stunting may and kI be i
+ f West Coast that has 83 of the total cost of Florida Livestock Outlook-W. :J. -
; on the lower up percent Crystallized fruit or home-made ( tanker C. T. Dood at latitude generally occurs.
not been declared tick-free and]I I producing eggs. The other 17 per fruit cake is a reminder of a I Sheely. hThe Miami The start of construction 13:32 north longitude 77:38: west. Under any of these ccndltlc.)
t ; II eradication work Is progressing in I cent as divided between such itemsas thoughtful friend for days to FrL Des Florida Poultry of a brewery to employ about the root system becomes
of this land, buildings equipment interest Outlook-Norman R. Mehrhof. A 200 the "day after federal and stun
moat area come. A bottle of syrup or a jar Olustee-The business section of is dark brown or black
Arkansas Is the twelfth state to use of auto etc. of choice preserves and jelly can Study of the Size of Poultry Flocks state laws are passed permittingthe this little naval stores community quite often rotten. Death and
} be released from tick quarantine, There was quite a variation from -Norman R. Mehrhof. manufacture of beer with 2.75or
v M be a glfth of real beauty In its l with the exception of one grocery caused by the complete destr
and when this order takes effect farm to farm. Some of the own- cellophane covering tied with a more per cent of alcohol con- I store was destroyed by a spec- tlon of the root system.

the area quarantined In the United ers were producing eggs at 23 be a gift of real beauty In itsbright Sart Kart purchased Union Bus tent" Is promised by Gustave Muller tacular fire that was fought by Cause:-This condition Is
G} a States will be confined to parts cents per dozen while It was cost- red cord. Fresh country Co.'s line between Gainesville and hotel man. Muller said finances I the entire population of 300, assisted erally caused by the g

Y'. of Florida, Louisiana and Texas Ing others studied 01 cents per sausage is a treat to most folks Cedar Key. had been arranged and ap- by employes sof the United soil toxins, insufficient presence acid in <

{ Of the area originally tick-lnfeat- dozen. On the average the farms and can be wrapped attractively.A plication for papers of Incorporation States Forestry Department. soil, which ia often caused t
"' ed and quarantined 88 percent having the lowest cost had the box of home-made cookies Is a St. Augustine Walter Barron for a company. with a $500-: Starting in a frame building occupied excessive addition of lime by i

+' will have been freed from this greatest number of birds got the fragrant reminder to grown per- opened music studio in Palm Row. 000 capital. by a hotel and general merchandise base to the soil or by an extreme or oth!

pest by systematic eradication.With highest production per bird and sons of the spicy odors of the Miami Beach William Penn store operated by C. N. acid soil.
Florida Importing large bad a lower feed coat per dozen Christmas-time kitchen of their Miami Fifteen aliens who said Kirkland the flames quickly con- CCntl'Ql-At the

amounts of beef and dairy products eggs. As the size of flock and egg childhood.A Hotel opened for season. they had paid as high as $400 to sumed four other business estab- not much is known about present soil I to

j annually in spite of Its mild climate production per bird decreased and beautiful wreath made from WIlliston -,Hotel Willlston being be brought Into America were held lishments before they were extinguished ins and the method of ellmlnaUn
t a abundance of range land and feed cost per dozen eggs Increasedthe greenery from the woods and gar- enlarged. here last week along with a man Origin of the blaze was them.
r long pasture season, this order cost of production Increased. listed as J. A. Dann on '
dens will add beauty to any home undetermined and no estimate of The acidity of a soil is
'' which shows that tick eradication I I Mr. :Mehrhof explains that some while a box of Christmas greens Dover Dr. O'Bannon expectsto tlon charges. The party Immlgra-I'the damage has been made. by determining its measur.

is almost complete In the state Is ,of the main factors to consider In I will be welcomed by all who can- open drug store shortly. rested by- Immigration- concentration or pH hydrogen]
by means\ of
J' welcomed by cattlemen every-I trying to produce eggs for less are not go to the woods to gather trolmen when stormy weather! FernandIna A four-masted hydrogen-Ion

o where. Those who appreciate the!size of flock, feed cost mortality their own yuletide decorations. Plant City -.:, Inspection of pro forced the little motor vessel, used lumber schooner from the Cape outfits for this apparatus.type of work Reliab)

a cattle possibilities of Florida and winter production and total production I -Mary E. Keown. posed post. office. sites made here.' in a crossing from Cuba, to seek, Verde Islands and a private yacht be secured by the grower for a fe en
the danger of the tick are giving I per bird. shelter near lower Matecube key. blown
.. .. .. .. were ashore a shrimp boat dollars
much credit to fire organized, systematic Mr. :Mehrhof la giving a seriesof The group was brought here yesterday was sunk and an house
Strawberries well
campaign of eradication. such addresses, one coming' at grow In sol
a.. ... i noon each Friday on the Florida I I demolished by a strong northeast ranging in hydrogen-ion concentition

,/ ) yt POOR GRADING AND Farm Hour from state radio station I + Do You Knows'R + ] Brooksvllle -- Col. Raymond wind schooner'storm, a 320-footer here the The Au- optimum from around pH 6.00 pH to 6.00 5.50.with I

at his
ChlnsegutHU1 gustus Q. Hilton skippered by Soils too acid for strawberrl
LOSS TO GROWERS estate here last week and
near Capt. Roy Telxeria which was may be sweetened by the use
SPUDS AND MARY PLAN Immediately went Into seclusion, blown from its moorings In the hardwood ashes or lime, althoug
x Gainesville, Fla. Florida fruit TO DEVOTE MORE TIME which his wife said would last un- Amelia river. It recently arrived their use is not advised when tfcjj
,' and vegetable growers annually TO CULTURAL THINGS til he was completely recovered here with a cargo of lumber. hydrogen-ion concentration of Uii

o lose millions of dollars due to Indifferent from his recent attack of Amnesia. Swept before the high wind and soil is unknown. Soils too alkalinj

n 4 grading, careless pack- (By Spuds Johnson) Absolute rest was what Mrs. Rob- pounded by battering waves the may be made to grow strawber

Ing and stowing of products that Along about this time every year r 'Dlso Ins said the prohibition advocatewas vessel was carried 1500 feet from by applications of manganese still
S ? a are shipped out of the state, M. R. xj<.7 r after. She declared that there
most of us begin to look back and its dock and lodged on a sandbar. phate or iron'sulphate at the rat
Ensign truck horticulturist with make a mental survey of what we ). 3ki'f4r" I would be no further interviews -- of 60 to 100 pounds per acre or b|

the Florida Experiment Station have accomplished during the year. { 'aY II I I about her husband until the was Ocala The executive committee using a mixture of both at U>|
k explained In a recent radio address.In We say to ourselves that we will recuperated. of the Florida Grape Growers same rate.

the face of keen competition try to do something next year that Association went on record as fa- Fertilizer Burn

+ from within the state from other we haven't done at all this year Miami SrWallace has voring congressional action that Symptoms, :-Plants burned b
;, ,, states and from foreign shipments, and other things we will try to do worked out a system to answer the would authorize manufacture and fertilizer first show a burnln

I ., he urged that It la no longer profItable better. One thing that Mary and I T.r question '"Where oh where has sale of natural wine and providefor along the edge of the lower leave

r ( to offer interior grades. Uniformity have decided to- do next year Is to my little dog gone?" Whenever control, it has been announced and later this condition may spree

s' Is a cardinal principle I spend more time and money for his dog disappears Wallace merely here by Dr. Charles Demoko vice- over the entire leaf. The root sy|

Y'r successful marketing today, he what Is usually called cultural. A telephones the newspaper thus: president. In a resolution adoptedby tern will show a spotting or burn!

f: 'qI 4 said.Growers I things. "This is S. D. Wallace and you the executive committee the as lug similar to that caused by roo|
+ who grade for high To begin with we are going to have a standing classified ad for sociation's legislative committee rot. except that it will be nor

t quality produce and then use Ill- I try to see and appreciate more of me. Insert it today please." Sooner was instructed to take action at severe on the side next to the ferj

adapted containers also Invite disaster the wonderful beauty that Is all a rs}, or later the vagrant pup always once looking to that end. The leg- tillzer.

i ; The container In which produce around us every day here In our : ,, turns up. The dog his owner explains islative committee also was in- Cause-As: the name Implies
; r is shipped must provide ventilation state. We are gRog to visit around .2_ has such a 'penchant for structed to appeal to congress for this Is caused by poorly distribute
', it must be strong yet easy 1, more and see more of the sights v roaming that Wallace keeps a measures to prohibit importationand fertilizer.

y, to handle and must show the product that people from all over the coun- H2o standing order for a "dog lost" sale of wines of foreign manu- Control:-Fertilizer burn can 1

? to good advantage. One ofIand,) try come to Florida to see, and see- advertisement. facture. prevented by using care In dI

the chief theof breakage ing we are going to try and ap- a iI trlbutlng the fertilizer to get I IU

r3i heavy loas to growers Is the preciate. Of all people, it seema Gainesville Unprecedented Dunnellon Wreck of a refrigerator well mixed In the soil. Two appli-

bulge pack, he explained!, giving'! to me that folks who live In the "j preparations are being made here: freight train on the Sea- cations should not be made consecutively -

,"; '' figures showing that 40 percent country ought to be In closer har- I ., .F .---- w', "f ,<'r: for observance on December 17 of board Ale Line Railway last week without sufficient rain]
: of the packages carrying over 20 mony with Nature and her '>; "California Day," occasion of the
many f't ttil five miles south of here tied up falling In between the applications]
percent more produce than the beauties than any others. As a ''. !U '!> }> .<< University of Florida's Intersectional -
I -*.- ,,,">,,,,-,,, traffic on the line throughout the to Insure their going Into solution [
billing weight calls for arrive at rule this Is not true. ""': : football classic with univer- day and provided Thanksgiving Next Week: Root-Knot
market In a broken condition. Thegrower Another thing we are going to I sity of California (Los Angeles.) dinners for many residents of this -. -
does not receive pay for the do is to buy and read few II Claude F. I.
ry a good Lee general chair- vicinity. One car of the train was CHRISTMAS SEAL SALE:
? ,tit extra produce In' the bulge pack books. In these day a farmerIs I man, announced Saturday that invitations loaded with 30,000 pounds of mullet .1 BEGINS HERE!!: TIDS WEEK
yet It la the cause of many brokenf expected to keep abreast of i the THAT In the northern scetlcn of the I-4oi..ico cf C'tuu'to. h...:.... have been extended to which was strewn along; the 1 -

crates and thus a heavy loss. times just as much as any businessor aattlamanta are too small and 'laolatad to aupport a school President-elect Franklin D. Roose- tracks. A dozen other cars were I Two hundred dollars Is the goal

V There are three types of crates professional man and most of the Canadian National' Railways In cooperation with the government vent, to Will Rogers and to one or loaded with fruit and vegetables set in Bradford county for the sale
I operate a school' Carr It""la equipped like a school' room snd a qualified
that come up to the requirements us do not read enough to do It. Of more motion announced
prominent picture it was
which also Seals
teacher la 'In charge. It moves up and down the line stopping for a were spilled Needy sale of Christmas)
of a good crate Mr. Ensign said. course we have always'subscribedto stars names of whom were not di- W. ItMiddleton
few days at each settlement The puplla are given instruction and persons flocking to the scene car- this week by Mrs.
i a These are sturdy, wire-bound the home paper and the farm I then are laft ewaugh homework to keep them buiy until the achool vulged., ried away supplies of the lost President of the Starke
"l' crates that are easily assembled papers but next year we are going rolls around again. The photograph shows a group of boys and glrla 1 food. Wrecking crews worked all Woman's Club upon receipt of a
without the use of nails. are to take two arriving for school' at the school oar I
They or three good magazines Tampa-Add meanest thief: An day seeking to clear the line. No letter from Mrs M. L. Stanley
? k made In bushel 1 1.2 bushel and that we have been wanting unknown prowler has stolen the one was Injured. The damage was President of the Florida Tuberculosis
4zj :j 2 1-3 bushel sizes. for some time. pendulum It the big clock in the Jade-
estimated by railroad men here at and Health Association,
", Te also pointed to the loose load We are making plans to help out And the Worst is Yet to Come-- city hall tower. The theft occur- approximately 975,000.: sonville. The letter reads M follows
i r r in the car causing much loss too with some neighborhood sings that red about 8:45: : o'clock Sunday evening :
:fruit and vegetable growers. The are to be held. Most of don't --- and I
us was not discovered until Tallahassee If W. I. Stinson "This amount can be raised,
1r strongest of crates cannot resist sing 'enough anyhow. We experience .. -. :r*."'\. :::'t'=- (I next morning when Tampans by a DeFunlak Springs taxpayer has am sure, through the letters containing -
the jolting they will get In a fast emotions while singing that .Vv 4 .,,'1> t.'... the score began telephoning to his way the state.road department Christmas Seals which will

moving loosely packed car, while we do not get any other time. Our ; learn what was the matter with will cease operations on virtually be mailed to the citizens of Brad
cars of eggs packed; In fragile: radio brings us some fine music .1-:V "Hortense," familiar nickname for every project authorized during ford '.County. It Is expected that

crates properly loaded on the same but it Is not quite like taking partIn F the timepiece. Then it was learned November and concentrate Its efforts five per cent of our citizens arable '

trains sustain very little breakage. it yourself. Ifl that the pendulum had been solely on completing the to and will gladly support \this

Now all this does not mean that wrenched off and apparently car- bridge across the Choctawhatchee ,work which has done so much to
l, NEW BUTTERFAT RECORD we are going to let up on our fight ried away and that an important River on road 10 at the Walton- I protect the health of Florida's citizens
.5, I is MADE BY JERSEY cow with the bugs and other enemies !!iJ spring In the clock's mechanismhad Washington county line. Stinson from tuberculosis. Their gin*
we have to face We .4 been U a
every day, who recently secured a court order ranging from a few dollars

Gainesville are going to work just as hard as _..___. 4 directing the department\: to construct few cents will enable Bradford
old 3O, Fla.-Breaklni' the ever before, and I believe we will Sarasota Patched and darned this bridge Intends going in- County to reach Its goal.) This year
4-year -day butterfat record -
for Wexford accomplish more when we rear- trousers are rather common sights to the courts again and If possible we must not lose the gains we bare
Heiress Florida Florida Majesty range our schedule to include a few -but there is one pair hanging; in obtain an order to carry out such made. If the 191T death rate from
tion Experiment Sta- :! minutes each day for the enjoy the office of Tax Collector ClaudeA. a plan as he outlined here yester- tuberculosis for Florida were In

Register Jersey of Merit recently record completed a ment of beautiful and spiritual Ragan In the Sarasota county day when the department opened effect today, over six hundred additional -
producing things of life. court house that deserves special 1 bids on approximately a million persons would haveduring died
393.72 pounds of butterfat and I mention. These pants showingage ]I II i who are non
7.933 pounds of milk in 296 days. dollars worth of federal aid construction the past year
The AUFloridaH I and wear, are symbolic. In the I activitiesNo
She has just received a certificate monthly projects in this state. carrying on their dally
from the club program will be broadcast campaign for early payment of one knows whether your ffUII-
Secretary of the American I
Jersey Cattle Club for this from state radio station WRUF taxes, Ragan pointed to the exhibit Fort Myers =Replying to resolutions Sly or mine Is one to have been

n 1, S'' record. from 0 to 6:30: p. m. EST. Friday, aa a notable example of the adopted last week by the spared this tragedy."

The record was formerly held December 2. St. Johns County 4- f I class of taxpayers that Is comingto '.Women's Community Club of Fort f Insurance -
o by 11 club the front. The trousers bear Oatlln-Bass
another Florida boys will have charge of a Myers State Representative William Jacksonville
Experiment Station
? cow. Landseer'a Florida Jew the program. small placard reading: "The wid- J. Wood, of Lea county, today Co., capitalized. at fiflw
ell which produced 388.3 owed mother of the owner of these said he would Introduce In granted charter recently to eneS
pounds of
butterfat in 309 The making of marmalade was pants pays her taxes every year- the legislature and work for pass- In Insurance business.
The started In China. Sour oranges and at a sacrifice." age of a bill to simplify. the gen- -
champion was able to touches
milk 299 were first used. eral election ballot in the state. The Jacksonville-FInishing
only days due to the birth foundation
t of another calf. She was aired by I Ocala-An elderly man seeking women's,organizaUon seeks to have now being placed: on < and poet:
+ Sophy's Wexford :Miami Beach Work to start assistance from the Salvation the nominees of the several parties of new Federal courthouse
r Noble former .. .
Iw senior herd bull at the Station who shortly on $20,000 post office for Army last week refused to take a listed in parallel columns and also office building.
_ #j I _____ now has seven Register of Merit this city. bath as requested. and thereby lost the printing of the ,names of the and deep

y( daughters In the Station herd.' himself free lodging. When Capt. candidates for president and vice Contract let to widen Fort<
t i Another Expedlment New county road leading from ... James Halliday Insisted, accordingto president on the ticket, instead of en East Coast Canal from
,,it cow Landseer's Florida Queen, Tampa Shores north to Denham eJ the usual custom, that the man, the presidential electors. Wood Lauderdale to Miami.

,I now holds the state milk record completed and opened. who gave his name aa Chapman, said he was studying primary laws -- sad
for I take a bath. Chapman refused for the purpose of eliminating St. Cloud Redecorating:
a Jerseys. In 303: days she provisions SL
pro- Register of :Merit test a*
_ ,#'. duced 13,337 pounds of milk In aL several at completed I '- Capt. Halliday called In Policeman. which may now ,inconvenience painting work underway
years ago station. II
r I ,. -- Roger Lyles. who talked to the voters i Cloud HoteL


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"bo not among wine-bibbers," un-i i renldents of th* State of Florida, !Railroad.. 8eo.. 18. Twp. 6 8. R. IS ---NOTI'CID- APPLICATION FOR IS Tw"E.. containinHI ..
less you want to come to rags and and are resldnnt. of Great Neck. I Bast.Th!: TAX: DEE!) ""H more or lei*. ; ' Island. New Tork and are over assssmnt' of *ald property Notice Is hereby given that Warav The asss.niu..i of said propa
poverty, God says: "The drunk \ the ag* of twenty-one years; It I* under the said certificate 1 : Ismted wa* Corporation. a Florida. Corporation under the said certificate Issued
ard e e ahall come to poverty." therefore ordered that ..nld''*>' Provo dent defendants be and they ar* said certificate shall b* redeemed of No '9. (lth day of August A. D Reddish.Unions. ,'.
23:20: 21. And human experience I I hereby required o appear to th* according to law, tax. deed 1023. ha* filed said certificate' In my I said certificate shall b* redeemed -
and observance confirm ''I bill of complaint filed In said oaiine .will\ Issue. thereon on the llth day office and made application for tax according to law *ax deed
God'a I on or before Monday the 2nd day I of December, A. D lUI. deed to Issue thereon In accordance will Issue thereon on the (th dar .
lamp nnt ny feet, and i light unto my palh. Ps.Jm 119:105. truth and no mistake. of January. A.. D. 1133 otherwise Dated this 1th day. of November with law. Raid certificate embraces of Dncember, A. D. 131.
TiTi __ w. B. PAUGHKRTY.TIIERESSA. I the allegations of naid bill will t>* A. D. Itll. the following described property Dated this tnd day: of November,
taken as confessed by snld defend Q W. ALDRRMAN. situated .In Bradford county, Florida A. D. 111
//rirJlrtnf 3fpBlIS* A11 JeJlKi"u teaching, doctrine orhPWBlV&VL ant.It (Seal Clerk of Circuit Court to-wlt. 0 W. ..ALDERMAN] l
CTeedU they are to have any claim BAPTIST CHURCH I Is further ordered that this order .PrA and devotion of the people, must be in with b* published one a wek for 11.II-st.n.n. H. containing 49 *..rss mora orless. Bradford County, Florida,, loyalty harmony five onnseoutlv. week In the Br.d.tord .--- 11.4-Bt-ll-l.
f-duwni of Jesus the Christ whose words fit Into every fold and crovica Services will be .held Saturday County Telegraph a newspaper NOTXCB Or APPIIOATIOHf FOR The assessment. of said property '
fSn heart, and of whom it waa aald in JohuTUS,"NEVER MAN before the third Sunday of eachmonth. published In said County and TAX DKH) under the said. certlfloat Issued NOTICR OP APPLICATION FOR

$ 1JKE THIS Btate.This 15th day of November 111. Notice I Is hereby given Florida that Warary -. was In the aald nam certlfloat of B. J.shall Dowllng.Unless b* redeemed I Notice I I. hereby TAX DICIOD given, that 'Waray -

I D. L. Q. W. ALDERMAN Corporation a Corporation i according to law, tax deed Corporation, a Florida Corporation
ton ot Bradford and Union eonntlea are Invited to thl* de- Phillips, Pastor (Official s.Cler"\ Circuit Court. holder. of tax certlfloat. No. will Issu thereon on the 5th day holder of tax certificate jtn
t for new* ot church aetlrltlea, org&aleatlona and ann *n osnaca > D. M MARTIN IU. 4th day of August"", A. D. 1114 ot December, A. X>. 111. 91. 4th day of July. A. D. 117 0

; freely given and no charts mado tbo only reqnlremesitttiuch Punta Gorda W. L. Cobb Con- Solicitor for Complainant.llxet1110. has filed and said mad certificate application= In for my tax office Dated thla Ind day of November, filed ald> certificate In for my tax office 41.41.
and made application
Itenm reach thla oUloo bcforo vVedaeadAy morntaff structlon Co., awarded $87,024 con deed to issue thereon In accordance. A. D. im. o W. ALDERMAN.Seal to Issue thereon In accordance with

they eannot ba handled for cnrront taauexgCNDVT tract foe: construction of King NOTICH th with following law." Said certificate described. embrace*. ( \) Clerk of Circuit Court. law. Said certificate embrace* the
property Bradford County, Florida. following described! property situated
I Streets Approach to Barren ..Collier In Circuit Court In and for Bradford situated In Bradford county, Flo- 11-4-Bt-lt-l. In Bradford county, Florida t-
... t( therefore opportunity, let us do County, Florida, In Chancery.B. Ida to-wlt tWH
good unto all men especially unto Bridge across bay. N. Anderson Plaintiff.Unnle of 8WU See. IS. Twp. t S. K. NOTICH 0" APPLICATION FOR wlttFracL 8WU 80. II. Twp. 7 & Ft.
BCTOObLESSOM I v.. 11 B.! containing SO acre* more or TAX: DICED 21 El. containing 70 acre* more rlss.
them who are of the household of
Andurson Defendant. I...... Waray .
I Notice Is hereby that -
faith." Winter Haven Land between In the Name of t")* State of Florida The assessment of said propertyunder Corporation a Florida. Corporation Th* assessment of said propartr
Do not forget the golden text Avenue B and Avenue C northwest to the Defendant. Llnnle Anderson ; the aald certificate. Issued holder ot tax certificate 1-1 otNo. under the eald certificate Issued
"* was. In the name of Brooklyn: Land 177 ith day of July, A. D. 1914 was In the nam of Win. IB. Tar-
DECEMBER 4. 10MIjubject "Whatsoever a man soweth that and Fourth and Fifth streets The plaintiff' having. filed I his ,Co. has. filed said certificate in my of-I borough.Union .
shall he also For In nearly deeded to city for park purposes. ...worn bill of complaint wherein ItIs Unless said certificate shall b* redeemed floe and made ..application for tax said certificate shall D* redeemed
of residence according to law, tax deed
I alleged that your place : deed to Issue thereon In accordance according to law, tax deed
Christian and Law every case you will find that comes' la unknown to plaintiff; that will Issue thereon on th* lth day ofDenemner with law., Bald certificate embraces will Insue thereun on the (th day
> : The true. It Is a fixed of I, you are over the age of twentyoneyears A. D. 19S1.. th* following described' propertysituated of December A. r>. UII.
principle Stuart Beauty parlor opened and that there Is. no person In Dated this Ind day ot November In Bradford county, Flors'lO Dated this. tnd day of November
Mervance.Ooidea Text "Whatsoever ijoweth human, moral and spiritual life. In connection with Andy's barbershop the State of Florida service of procen A. D. mi. IdR. to.wlt t A. D. 1111.
: I. upon whom would bind you: O. W. ALDERMAN. of BEU Sec. SI, Twp. 7 8. R. 0 W. ALDERMAN.
that shall he ala In Matthe\v>22:21.: Jesus said In Lyric Theatre building It la ordered and you are hereby (Seal) Clerk of Circuit Court. II B."containing 40 acres more or Seal) Clerk of Circuit Court
"Render therefore unto Caesar the u to the bill ofo Bradford County, Florida. \lesn,, Bradford County, Florida
It 6:7. r.tlIcfPI't.rth: :
Gal. : I cause on or n.t-at.n.l. .. '
which Caesar's and 'The assessment ot said Drooerty
things are
o Text: Romans 13:1-7: : ; Jacksonville Bids received for before the Ind day, of January. A. under f" 1 Issued
6.7-10. unto God the things that are II IICod's. construction of new fire station to D 1933 else a decree pro nonfeaso NOTICE) OK APPLICATION FOR was In the name of Hampton Tie A NOTICHTh _
.tions! : will be entered against you. TAX: DEED State of Florida to John K.
Co.Unless *
i picture of a Drunkard i "Wbx be erected at Lake Shore Boulevard It Is further ordered. that a copy Notice I I. hereby given that Waray said certificate shall b* redeemed Hurst & Company, a ctOrpor.tlon.who. ,
who hath sorrow? jwh< and Marquette street. I I of this order he published In '"Th Corporation, a Florida Corporation according to law tax deed ... principal. plaoa of buslnes*
T .
ill woe Bradford foiinty Talcgraph". once holder of ta"v."rtlfl..t.: NoS1. will Issue thereon on the (th day of Is. Haltlmore. Maryland and Wear-
hath wound: 4th of .July. ha*
who four day
,,11 babbling? each week for con..utlv.1 December A. D. 131. I Wen Corporation, a corporation
cause? who had redness of Miami Green Realty Co., capitalized : weeks before the return data herein filed said certificate In my officeand Dated this 2nd day of November whoa* principal plac of business I I. i\\

I'll lIIout;? They that tarry long al at $200,000, granted char named.Witness rnv hand and official. seal I to Issue made thereon application In accordance for tax with deed A. D. im. n w ALDERMAN, I rTtalttmore Terry Company.., Maryland,a and corporation Craddoek-

that go to seek mixed k :BoJ ter engage In real estate. : at Stark*, Bradford County Florida law. Sild certificate embraces thefollowing (Seal) Clerk of Circuit Court, whoa* principal! plac* of business laLiynchburir w
'II".crlb.d( situated
1). property
; A.
thin 16th day ot November Bradford County: Florida. Virginia' ) You, and eaortof
the !
Look not thou upon 1933. In Bradford county, Florida, to- ll.4-6t.ia-l. you ar* hereby notified that *
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O. W. AI.l'HIJRMAN.OI'l'I..lal .
It brought airalnst
whea! It Is red, when glvetl tAll ult has been you
Zrphyrhills Interior of Smith- ( Real) Clerk. Circuit Court. ex. WM of 8WH 8eo. Twp. MOTICIil.. OP APPLICATION F"' l* In the Circuit Court of Bradford
colour In the cup when it 12-J-6t-U-30./ 7 8. R 23 H. containing 560 acres TAX: DKICIl Florida. In Chancery by.
son's I. G. A. Store painted. _.-- -_.-- -'-' mor* or I.... War- County.
th Itself aright. At the last Notice la hereby given that Bank of Btarke, a corporation organised
MINISTER NOTICE) OP APPLICATION: FORT The assessment of said property Corporation a Florida' Corporation and exlstlnr under ami byvirtu :
ttteth like a serpent, and sting -'x 1tF.11:11 under the said.. certificate Issued ay .
holder of tax. certificate I-I II I of the laws of Florida, wherein
like an adder. Thine eyes shall Dade City Gulf Service Station Notice I I.* hereby given, that Nell was In the name of Unknown. of 170, tth day of July. A. D. th* relict snuBht Is the foreclosure
and thin Editor Bradford County Telegraph. opened for business at corner II. Nollman holder of tax certificateNo. Unless said certificate shall be redeemed 1 lr.o'h filed said certificate; In of mortKKic* over the folio
1d strange women, The following article appeared In and Marldlan streets. 471 Tth day of July. A. D. ItIO according to law ta!: deed my office and mad application! for win ir descrlbsd property, to-wlt:
utter things. of Sixth said certificate. In office will lasu thereon on the Ith day: thereon In accord and 10 of Block:
It shall perverse Nov. 28. It has filed my tax deed to Issu Lot IT. IR, 19
Tribune of
shalt be as he that llettla the Tlmpa and mad application. for tax: of December, A. D. 1831. ano* with I....... "aid certificate embrac 14 according to the Bnsey survey,
X thou was written In reply to a letter Lake Worth-Ed's Lunch re dead to Issue thereon In accordance Dated this Ind day of November ** the following described of Hampton Florida) also beginning
the midst of the sea or ai with law. Said certificate embraces A. D. un. 6 property situated In Bradford county 16ft yard *nt of th* N"W corner
lleth the top of a signed "Florldian. opened. the following\ described. property situated Clork of Circuit Court Florida, towltlNH of NH>M. : NKJV4 l In Section to,
that upon Floridian Florida, (Seal) BU, of SWM cfNHU f II Bast,
Starke.-To : My name In Bradford county, Florida, ot NEW Township 7 South They have stricken me, la William EL I never MASTER'S BALE to-wlt: u4stiia.NOTICB Bradford. County Beo. 17, Twp. T 8. It. II Z). containing thenc* run east IS 1-1 yards. thenoe
thou say and I was not sick;: Daugherty. Notice la hereby liven that under Lots B, S. 0, 10, Block 11, Livingston 100 acres mor* or I.... South IT* yards, thence West IS lyards -.
write anything that I am either and by virtu of a final decree Trubv and Co i's addition, : to OP APPLICATION FOR The assessment of said property thenc North to place of be*
lave beaten me, and I felt II ashamed of or a/raid to sign my of foreclosure made and rendered Stark* In WV4 ot NE Sec. 18, Twp.a TAX: DHRU under the said certificate Issued irlnnlntr, as to which propsrty *aehof
: when shall I awake I will by the Honorable A. Z. Adklns, R. is :B. Notice I I. hereby given, that Waray wa In the name ot Unknown. you said defendants hav* or ap
name to. I Judge of the Circuit Court of the The assessment of said' propertyunder a Florida Corporation Unless said certificate shall b* redeemed to hav some Interest or lien
It yet again. The "dry howl," which made. tath Judicial' Circuit of Florida In the said certificate Issuedwas Corporation, holder of! tax certificate No. according to law tax deed Bear '.1nA Judgment by each ot
and for Bradford county. In Chancery ,I In th* name of P.J. Pearc.. will Issu thereon on the (th day of ,, uv : airalnst A. A. Durden!
and their 163, 8th day of August, A. D. lSt.ha .
of laws
II speaking "howl" for me to leave my native Unless said certificate shall b* redeemed 111.
you dated November 16th, In filed aald certificate In my office December, A. D. and In said cause the complainantseeks
ice the Apostle Paul said, land and because I am on the that certain cauee therein UlIl.Iy according to law, tax deed and mad application for tax Dated thla Ind day of November, to subject the lien of said
the pendlnir between th.. Federal Land will Issue thereon on the nth day deed to Issue thereon In accordance A. D. 111. judgments to the Iln of the complainant's ,
every soul be subject unto side of God, for sobriety and a sober Rank of Columbia, Plaintiff and 0'1 I of December, A. D. 198S with law. Said certificate embraces Q w At1BnMAN> morta-as-e, AND YOU
r powers, for there is no nation was entitled "American W. Lewie and wife, Beeale. Lewln, Dated this l th day of November. the following described property situated (Seal) Clerk of Circuit Court, !AND HJACH or YOU ar* hereby
et al. Defendant, the underelcned nil.I' *- Bradford County, Florida. required to file with the clerk of
thai In Bradford Florida,
but of God: the powers Citizenship, and signed "W. EC.Daugherty O W. ALDERMAN county,
who wa therein' appointed a* to-wlt 11.4-tt-ll-l. Bald court your wrlttsn app..rano..Ip"raon.lly
ire ordained of God. Whosoever Gospel Minister" cial Maater In Chancery to "".81'-1 Clerk of Circuit Court, 8ft of 8EU 80. 14, Twp. T. 8. B ( or by attorney) In said
Fore resisteth the power, re- Now what? A few questions. the Bam will on Monday the Bradford County, Florida. 11 13. containing 10 acre* more or WOTICH) OP APPLICATION FOR suit on Monday. the 6th day of !>*-
day of January 1(33 during th*. 1118gtlll. 1..... TAX: IJRKINolle > oember itst. and thereafter to file
th the ordinance of God: and Will you please answer them in egal hour of saleBefore the Court Th* assessment of said property. I I. hereby given, that Wbray your written defenses, If .n,. to the.
that resist shall receive to The Tribune or personally T rlouee Door, In Stark, Florida cell NOTICE) Of APPLICATION FOR under th* aald certificate Issued Corporation, a Florida; Corporation bill of complaint In said. .cause at
to the hl&h"dt and best bidder, for I I TAX: UHKD wa* in the name of Henry: Fried holder of tax certificate 11of the Urn* prescribed by I.... Herein
ilvea damnation. For mien 1. Who are the bootleggers, lawless caeh. the following described land., Notice I* hereby given that Loys man. No (I, 4th .day of August A. fall not or Judgment will b* entered
not but situate lying and being In Bradford S. Bishop, holder of tax certificate D. 114, has filed aald certificateIn airalnst you by default.
a terror to good works wets or law-abiding drysT i Unless said certificate shall b* redeemed
I D. 1IJ8.ha .
of A.
No. 313 day August,
County, Florida, to-wlt! according to law, tax deed my office and mad applicationfor Dun and ordered at Htarke, Brad
the evIL For la the minister 2. Who Is responsible for the exorbitant BM of NWH 8eo., 1C, Twp. 4 B. R.SSI filed said certificate In my office will Issu theroon on the (th day of tax deed to Issu* thereon In accordance ford County. Florida this 19th dar
God to thee for'good.. But if cost of prohibition enforcement U., lea.* 131 arrx* described a..: and mad application for tax December, A. D. 1(31. with law. Bald certificate of October, 1'I3.
Rlnnlng at the NB) corner of SB 14of deed to Issu* thereon In accordance November embrace the following described A. Z. ADKIN8.Judtr.
Dated this Snd of ,
do that which Is evil, bed T The lawless, or the NWVi of eald .aectlon run thence with law., Bald certificate embraces A. D. 111. property situated In Bradford coun. *.
I; for he beareth not the law-abiding The wets or the W. aofl feet: thence S. ITU n>ereHW the following described propertyItuated O. W. ALDERMAN.: ty, Florida, towltiSHtt KNIGHT KNIGHT, Stark. Kla.dolloltnrs .
to South line of *ald BRVt of In Br.dfordcount\' ,, Florida. (Seal) Clerk of Circuit Court of 8EV4 Ben. IT, Twp. T 8.n. for Complainant.NOTICB .
la vain:. for he Is the mtnla4 drysT No dodglng'please.S. NWVi, thence El. to Eautern. boundary to-wlt! Bradford County Florida 11 B>. containing 40 aores mor* I n.f-U.II.I.
God, a revenger to execute Why don't the drinking, lawless of Raid BEtt, of NW%. thence South half of Northwest quarter ot n.t lt.II." ,or Ie... I
N. to point of beginning (and other Bouthweet quarter \SAOtlon! / 10 Twp. The assessment. of said property or APPLICATION' FOR
upon him that doeth evil. wets quit drinking and lessen 7, B. R. fl East, containing 10 acre* Issued
1anda> aggregating <6.7 ."1'... NOTICB Of APPLICATION FOH under the said certificate TAX DBBONolle
'ore be subject not only for the cost of enforcement and thus With the appurtenance*. Bald. ..ale more or I.... TAX DEED wan In the name of J. O. Weaver.linlea I* hereby Waray -
t& b* made pursuant to said dcre* The assessment of said propertyunder Waray said certificate shall b* redeemed J ::rd.thr
but also for conscience reduce the taxesT the ssld certificate Issued Notlo I I. hereby given, that deed Corporation, a *
to satisfy the same .and conta.Bl Florida; Corporation according to 'l., ot
Corporation t1. of tax certlfloat
for God's ministers Is whiskey was In the name of A. M. Williams.Unless thereon on th:( day cf tlon, holder
they are 4. Who drinking poison K. FERRYMAN said certificate ball b* redeemed holder of tax certificate No. will Issu* No. 82', 4th day of July, A. D. 117.ha .
ng continually upon this and dying from the effects -l-St-l-30.As Special Master In Chancery. according to law tax deed 71. 8th day ot August, A. D. "II. hasflled December Dated this A. tnd D. of November, flied aald certificate In my office

thing. Render therefore) to Not personal and political drya will Issue thereon A. D.on 1(11.Dated th.* day and mad aald certificate application In for my tax office deed A. D. 111. deed and to Issu mad thereon application In accordance for tax

their dues: tribute to whom Christians nor Gospel minis NOT1CB of December to Issue thereon In accordance withlaw. o W. ALDBRMAN.Seal with law. Said certificate embraces
nor this llth day of November, Court
of Circuit
Edward H Jarvls, Individually and I I Said certificate embraces the ( ) Clerk
Illata Is due; custom to whom ters.' Because these do not drink Edward H. Jarvls, a* I A. D. un. W. ALDERMAN. following described property situated Bradford County, Florida. the following In Bradford described county propertysituated FlorEH -
; fear to whom fear; hon- any kind of whiskey. It la the tor of the Estate of Blanch Jar- (Seal) Clerk of Circuit Court In Bradford county, Florida towlt 11.-lt.II-'. Id
via, deceased. Complainant.v O.r; t.L
to whom honour." drink and die and I Bradford County, Florida. : of SWU 80. 14.
that FOR
of 88. IB
NH o. NWJ4 NWU Twp.T Twp 7 S. R.; It H. containing 110
I Cor. and howl about Nicholas Idema, Idema. hi*. n1Ilt.II11.I S. It. 11 K. 10 acre TAX DICED &
I. writer "There was so to hell ( 6:10): ) containing War- acre* more or lea*. 1
says wife. If married. Harry Idema hi* Notlo Is hereby given that
: mor* or less.Th of said proprt I : FOR Th assessment
In Christianity that was op- It as they go. wife. If married. If deceased, : hi*I I NOTICES Of APPLICATION nEKB assessment of said.. property ay Corporation Florida Corpora* under* the said certlfloat Issued
legal lawful heirs, TAX: tlon holder of tax certificate No.
5. Who Is It that "disregards representatives under the said certificate I..u.dI ,
that HlvaA. the of Unknown.
to the wicked way of Rome Notice Is hereby given, D. 114, wan nam
legatees, devisees, grantees, administrator 174. 4th August, A.
without this rule of obedience the works of God," as well as rove and executors and any'' Grant, holder of of tax c.rtlflcat.1. I was'Unless In th'said* I nam* fok.nhoa'rlnb.* redeemed ha* filed dllo certificate: In my office redeemed Unless according said certificate to law,shall tax deed b.
amendment T It Is the other claiming by, through No. 109. Tth day July and mad application for tax
Christiana would have fell at the 18th persons has filed said certificate In my ft- according to law, tax deed accordance will Issu thereon on th* (th day
or under him or them. Defendant* will Issue thereon on th* (th day of deed to Issue thereon In .
wets and not the drya. See Isa. 0:- flee and mad application for tax embracesths of December D.
lves urged constantly to revin Twenty-Sixth Judicial Circuit, Bradford deed to Issu thereon In accordance December A. D. llal.D.t.d .. with law. Said certificate Dated thl* Ind day of November,
and revolt, and the church 1112.: County In by Chancery.affidavit/ appended with I...... Said certificate embracesth this Ind day of November, following In Bradford described county propertyslatuated Flor"sVuTf A. D. UII.
It that "light It appearing described propertysituated D "" O. W. ALDBRMAN.CUrk .
0. Who la says following '
contests with the civil bill filed In the abovestated *
powers to th*
In Bradford county, FlorWWv -, ( of Circuit Court.
ld soon have been destroyed." wines and dark beer win I1rin'proaper1tJ" 'cause that Nicholas and HarryIdema Idemand ".... (Seal) Clerk of Circuit Court ? oi4.W NEW N of* of BWU BWKt & Bradford Count, Florida.lt45tllt. .
? It Is the wet*, not wlC1f married AH of I-ot ofSlk. Bradford County, Florida BHO Nwi % .
f *
Another of Lot
quotes the phrase "He and wife. If married the d-l I Wt of 11-4-Ct-ll-l. ,> tiWK Ntt of SfflU ot BWtt Bee.
rvsiatetb the power; with- the dry*. The drys aay with God, fndanta therein named are non-<, T Town ot Lawtey .

detb the ordinance of God" ,

uys that those who advise t
practice violation of the pro- ..

ton law or any law are wll-

laws violating of their God's country law as well; that as !}1 it Y $Jtt2Z HOW THAT COtTS l/EATUEB/ I 14 ABOUT \UEK6. MX INVEHfiONE6K -1'1' ,.-t 'r

| persons cannot be and are <./ ALLO3 A GEMTLBMAM Tb T\P HI'* HAT' WTWOUTHl TAIIHO FOIMCE Of

rood citizens whether they be MAIN : 1ER. % MAMD3 OUT OP Ml3 POCKET & GETTING TrtEM TOOST BlTTEri. LONDON.ENGLAND.. .

M States Senators. College COMPLETE IN RIGHT HAND POCKET Of OvEOCOAT I 14 BULB (;A) ..44 cf* kind croaae

*.dents find, or day laborers."Ministers" GENTLEMAN OUEE2E T l BULB, BULB>> CB) .1 1 INFLATED..USQAlSIHG JIM 6ILKIN4OMiT T. TuB0:


lce) violation of the laws ot SAVES FINGERS ''M1CIIRE/ CA)) > A4 WEIGHT CC) \\i PAIRED COIL ClTVlORD.

.land. We find State and Fed- OF \01QE (B) STOAISHTEHS OUT AND BED 6EHOEnCOCHCUE<

Judges who refuse to enforce It COLD WEATHER "4US SACO,
> of the laws because they do MAINE. N.X
Peaking of the rulers (gov- HOTEL

Judges, sheriffs, magls- TIP\ "fOUtt' HAT HffHOUTTAkMN /

mayors, policemen, etc.) \ <3 TOUR' HANDOUT

ays, -For he Is the minister OP voua POCKET/ ", \; MOUTf OOD.CA Bq. eMT.Eve.fW

God to those for good." 't: ED\SOI'f HIT'.c.MAIN B PHIL A. EVCODECS ,

Every official who tries to obey mEET BOY INVENTOR j

enforce the laws we have Iswig t HAS INVENTED A DEVICEVMICM REATTT FOC

out, not only the laws of WILL<< DO ALL I IMMEDIATE

' country, but also the laws of
l 1td>: and it is the duty of everyencourae Tf4lS FOR YOU. ....." ",..n..., At.. \ '

.... support and
-- olrlctals. i

IIiIe Sot for only are the officials blame- DOROTHY DARNIT By Charles McManus '

u,. ; ion-enforcement of the .
.nut such of us as citizens are 1 1I

Abound to obey them and aid AM HAS
Lousing other to ,do so. In I ITO WHAT GooO'TO. FIOC5AND LECS THE MANOUGHT WE DOKT v I)

g of law obedience Paul WHERE I AM COINC, OAY? PICS TO BE ( WANT TO HEAR

":: but also for conscience TODINNER.
, SHOW j
iIIdue are always several
etnent. to obey all moral.

and criminal law among

I-e: the fear
""" _- punishment Inflicted by
L-' a desire to have freedom --=

a leue of auut, and the

l rt of a clear conscience-. and

| r.Wr.the to help others to do right

last part of our lesson

t. ges continual effort to
,.,. of
" God "d ow country,

t .dec ved; God la not

for wn ver a man

.. be that shall he also reap.

*.* that lO\7eth to his flesh
,, t1811b I'e'p corruption; but

:c" eth ** the PWt shall

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If the Eighteenth Amendment Is he's gonna do much hunting if you BAPTIST
County TelegraphEstablished repealed,.whichIs doubtful the get the POINT. I

Maybe You've I From Other Pens 7 j laws of Florida would still preventthe Sunday school-at 10 41

187'fMEM.BER sale of Intoxicants. Starke Every season someone get shot I I Thomas, supt. It we a. IlL
Telegraph. Which Is quite true. and loses his life because he ,, the teachers cOUld hat
Heard It But present
L WILL ROGERS ON SCHOOLS But it is expected that a change didn't know the gun was loaded, a blessing it would be on! date
& will be made somewhere that will while others get half shot and Worship at 11
M FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION Those Who are trying to Identify put more temperance and less pro- lose their roll because they didn't pm" The pastor a. n. IIId j
SHAKE: RAG "frills' in the school system may e xi
hibition ,Into the IltuaUon.Bronson know the dice were loaded. preach at both

'' I 1Q32a 0 Boy, have they been riding us get some nllghtment from the. Journal. I our people come service and help. Let

[J.o'tL.lXVtll :J./c-'t.ld.a"' because we printed all those silly I Sunday remark of Will Rogers.Wiu -- The, first thing a hunter does the public worship of keep
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names of places hither and yon sayssSay : of, that bave kids The naval' stores laboratory before he starts out Is go down: to I B. y, P. Unions At 8:30:
and overlooked Shake Rag right any you the hardware store and get a The p
: which was opened near Lake City sup I young people are
in school either'
} here in dear old Bradford County. grammar ply of shells, but you can't count .dldly in these
Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class college, It don't make any differ the early part of this month is said organteatlo .
to be the first of its kind In the on getting a bird from each shell.There'll Wednesday, 7:30:
Office Florida of p. a
at parents
Matter at the Post Starke. ence, but ean-any you Our
Yes folks Shake Rag' Is the be a lot of shells votlonal Bible
get head or tall of what they are world. It is located 12 miles east I empty study hour ,
name of a settlement In the west. of Lake City opposite a 162,000 In the woods when the season'st ,do you not attend and
E. S. Matthews ____________________ Owner and'Publisher ern part of the county. It seems doing, what they are This taking modern, what' acre pine forest where experimentsare t lover that the birds didn't have)I we take up the Gospel help of mI

J. C. Robinson __________ ____'-_________ Managing Editor that at one time residents of' this education they are has learning sure got me licked. Ican't being conducted by the state .I anything to do.with. +each evening. It will do You .t j
section were of rather frlVllous i forestry association.-Mt. Dora '
tell from to 'em what
turn of mind and spent most of I Topic. But,Just the same, hunting is a METHODIST
SUBSCRIPTION RATE It's all about. All the kids I know,
their spare time In tripping (he .o great GAME, If you can find any. -
Yearly $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance light fantasilmfc-sbaking I the rags.: either mine or anybody's, none read it of, A lot of prisoners escape and attempt Next Sunday u our last of
'em can write so you can
Advertising Rates on Application Get ItT Well anyway,other states none of 'emcan spell so you can to escape from state road And a news dispatch informs us conference year. It Is our
will have to search a long time I read It, can't figure and don't know convict capms.! But you will notice that there was a six-legged lamb that every member be present,?
a I before, they discover a more. unusual that no Bevard county prisoners born up In Georgia,the other, day, possibly
l Tavares Citizen is predicting a rush to dispose of crocks I name than that. geography, but they are always which can.W.. F.
Is a ,..:.. .. taking some of the darndeet things, have been Included amoag only goes to prove that Nature Jones, Pastor,,
,and bottle cappers before next summer. political science international relations the escapers, so far.-Titusvllle can be depended on to meet -

-0 Haw I An advertisement forsomebody's drama buck dancing, sociology Star-Advocate. Could they be ac- I any emergency,. A lamb really PRESBYTERIAN

digestive tablets says, Latin. Green, art, oh, Lord I awed of knowing when they are needs six legs to keep. up with the -
': New :car tags for 1933 are now on sale, allowing purchasers I "Unlucky Klmer-.everybody ordered the things that they go In for runs well off? I Modern :Mary. .. Services Sunday, December 4
steak and onions but him. *
4F thirty days to become reconciled to the inevitable. on by the"'Soush! -0- .follows:.
Huh, Elmer was no fooL. Maybehe But'lt's I not only Tho Key West Star believes this And this Is the'leason when a 10 a, m. Sunday
F as say, our school'T.
o- -
was going to pay the check. brood, but none of 'em that I, have country,has become tax conscious. lot of bright columnists"get; t out vr pHams> acting upt

). y If congressmen can supply each one of their constituents seen can write, spell, figure, -or tell Judging from the size of tax lists their fingers and start ,countln', y 1 a- m. Morning worship, i

; ,G) wanting a job, it will be one year they'll earn their salary. BYSTANDER you what bftunOs/ Korea. Everybodyhas I we would say taxpayers are. now how many days until Christmas,I rmon) by Rev C. E. Hoyt of Spa
swimming pools, but, nobodyhas unconscious. Starke Telegraph. they always.emphasize the N. X
eo Now we'' annoying the got a, plain old geography. Maybe those lists are of tax- SHOPPING days, that's all very, 6:30:: p. m. Christian Endet.
Id Most of the kicking over the new bridge rules is made by life of a fireman must become at Gymnasiums to the right of you dodgers In a large measure insteadof nice, but if 'you ask, me, the big Topic, "How Can we Work

P. those who never thought it worth while to use the old ones. times. At a m1Do, blaze this weeka and tennis courts to the left of "taxpayers." question with most folks Is how Christian Unity?" Leader t
,., 4 q small garden hose,that ,was being vw... but tint a nBlllna__ book In a -- many PAY days. othy Lamb.
o used to' extinguish a wood carload';: -of cboO s. n I One place in Florida whose pop- '--0-- 7:30 p. m. Evening worship,

: Tampa Daily Times is convinced that the "Danger" signs heater.slipped and sent stream And Rogers; concludes: 'It's ulation never fails to. Increase at AT THE STARKE HOTEL and sermon.
Y of water trickling down our shirtfront this time of year-Ralford.- Prayer
costing us more than it's worth. meeting Wednesday
A \ hanging on the rear of trucks should be moved to the front We just laughed it off (not They got to devise some way of) Starke Telegraph. In fact the hospitality Registered at the Starke Hotel 7:30: p. ra.

end. the shirt you dope) and, being giving more for the money. AU of the state hostelry thereis during the week were: Mr. and A cordial invitation to all

o merely an innocent bystander and be Is getting out with", now Is becoming famous. Bronson Mrs., J. F. Funnies, Lancaster, services! extended to all.

i In now way vital to the work of "credits" and nobody on the outside JournaL Ohio; Mrs. C. Laurence, Lansing, -_.
The South Florida Fair In Tampa, January Slst-Feb- putting out the f>re, we went home Is cashing 'em.-Tampa Tri -p- I Mich.: Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Diab.I I Jacksonville Bids opened

ruary llth, is Florida's next attraction to tourists and homer and changed clothes. But'we got bune. From the Bradford County Telegraph born, Tampa; William F. Savage, construction of pavem"nt on S!

Ics. our first glimpse of the life of a : "Wauchula enters the claim I Lansing Mich.: Mr. Frank Dyk- Road No. 3 north of town.
: fireman. Perhaps a summer fireman e I as the best lighted town in Florida. ) stop, Bay Shore, N. Y.; Mrs. C. H. I .

y.,0.. r._.. yes-but if we got splashedon THE'BUILDERSEach !: I It might be, but Starke. will treadon '.Brennan and Mr. C. H. Brennan THAN f SCHEDULE

w,. The official count last week on the two proposed amendments .. a cold day, screaming women stone.ithat:goes,into the wall ,I its heel."-Don't take over two I jJi'., Dubois Pa4 Mrs. H. J. Our schedule changes Sun

would indicate the and children would Just have to And llfti. It higher from the treads or you'll be out of town.- and daughters, Misses Mul-I I May 22nd and trains will run
voters further amend.
put amen on Miami
wait until we went home and don clay Beach Sun. land. Helen Mullanff.. Dubois. :follows:

ments. ned a dry shirt. but life -0- Miss Clara No. '1 Southbound local
Is a that heeds the call Thompson, Jacksonville ,
jt o To serve; its God from day to One cent damage was awardedIn I ; Mr. and Mrs. M. Bloom Starke, '10:59:: p. m.

Of course, we don't mind doing day. a love balm suit at Baltimore Philadelphia, Pa.; Mr. and Mrs. No. 11, Southbound local,
Possibly Col. Raymond Robins, now that he has recovered our bit for those who really look No hammers on their anvils beat. recently. That wasn't balmitwas Edward Colby, New York City; Starke 9:20 a. m.

his right senses, will join the other robins in their trek hungry, but if many more pan- Yet some'wondrous time to be itch cure.-Clermont, Press. i Mr. C. H: Walker, Jacksonville; No. 107 Southbound limited,,
to Florida. handlers come around we'll get The finished work will stand complete -0--- "Mr. and Mrs. Fred H. Nott and Starke 10:27: a. m.
even. We'll turn the darn place I: children, Toronto, Canada; Mr. No. 3: Northbound local,

t'. '' n over to them, let them try and The temple of humanity.' 1 Samuel J. Wright Newark N. J.; Starke 6:19: a. m.
II : School teachers who draw their meagre salaries in script make the money,, we'll come along od ,,satel7Jo Mr and Mrs. Geo. Kenny, Portland No. 12, Northbound local

q will likely choose some other type face than script for their and bum the cups of coffee, and The, patient builders-who are Maine;. Mr. R. E. Thomas, Starke 3:31: p. m.
will life be Just a bowl of cherries! No. 108 Northbound limited
they, Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs.
: calling cards. ; E. H.
;. Whose hands have tolled and oft Classify j Crandall, Petersburg. 'N. Y.; Mr. Starke 6:01: p. m..
o H'rayl! Add signs of approaching alone L. M. White Palatka Starke and Wannee 1011 I lea
; Mr. and
!i The lady editor of the Mount Dora Topic 'la authority millennium: porters have begun a Through'many a hard, discourag Secretary.,AoncJ.RUSSEl1ltAY....... A..ocwtie.. Mrs. Leslye Leighton, Old Orchard, Starke 7:00: a. m.
campaign to abolish the practice of I No. 102 arrives 2:40: m.
L for the .edday. ; Mrs. E, R. Karell, Jacksonville
statement that .
Pf women love in their cheeks
even tipping on Pullman cars I Of
To set erqjnlght another stone T And now the State Game Department ; Mr., W. S, Boyd Stapleton,
443 if they are, artificial. course, the porters are asking fqr I They are tjja teachers; who have annpunces that the limit Ga.; Mr. P., E. Miller Valdoeta, Closing South Mails

\ -- higher wages, but that's somethingelse I hrouirht". -9.-. ... .. -...---_ _too ..... _ATT/.rl...... ._.. .d.......T... Ga.; Mr. and Mrs., H. R. Glllen- No. 11.. Parcel noeL Hod
Turn about is fair play. Men are now making'the women about.fpr the railroads to worry I The word>, of righteousness" and Well, I know. lot of hunters who tine, Miami. Wednesday and Friday 9:055.:

truth would be doggoned glad to get No.. 107 Letters, special delH
wait in beaity| parlors, and operators say that men are morep4rticutal The great ideal, the noble thought, that but wait, while the state permits FREE SHOWS and special handling parcels, lj(
And it Just occurred to us that
than women. And dropped .them In the heartof ua to gather In a buck if a. m.
the Brotherhood
of Sleeping Car ,
0 youth. I we can find it, they ain't as kindhearted The business men of Starke will North

m! '+ News head states "Next Legislature most vital in history Porters named Is perhaps organization the most, in .fittingly the --o--, Clarence E., Flynn. 1 and generous as you might be hosts at a series of free motion No. 12, Parcel post and lettj

"'' think, for the announcement further picture entertainments to be held Tuesday Thursday and Satur
of Florida." Impress this fact upon the membership of the country.! Those guys- are always Frequent news stories in state states that if a game warden each Saturday night on the vacant 3:15 p. m |
t. I,4 is'', { two houses,,if possible. papers recently would Indicate the catches anybody with DOE they. lot between the courthouse and No. 108, Letters, special dell

Wlnchell tells : that If unfairness of tax levies in Florida. can take it away from 'em. the Telegraph office. The programswill and special handling parcels, S
0is us royalty
i Wherever you read that a certain -, begin this Saturday night at p.m.

is i ; Editors of Tallahassee Daily Democrat and Gainesville hot enters,pilot a European$musn't ,embarass restaurant, the city: or county Is collecting only Well, any guy with a little 7 o'clock and win consist of a two Night :mails close at 6:10 p

Pally Sun exhort their readers: every Sunday to go to church, by staring or Inault them by them not twenty, thirty,, or forty percent of dough now_days ain't sayin' any- reel comedy and a feature picture. No. 1, due' at 10:59: p. m.J No,

4 ? 4nd then they go-fishing. looking at all. I lte.taxe.,'It ,means that all other thing about it, but it ain't the Everyone Is Invited to come and ,, due at 6:19: a. m.
property owners are escaping tax- game warden he's afraid of. it's enjoy the free show, Starke A Bell Branch
(Well. how did .
o :,!! 'Tt\i we know that youweren't I ition," passing their part of the the' tax collector. This stunt 'of i ''I Mall closes, J:00: a. m.

Bradford's first pint of strawberries Saturday sold in a Europe) planning a trip. to. burden of government von, to the the state takln" your doe is an I ELK MEMORIAL SERVICE Mail arrives, 2:40: ( p. m.

few minutes at the rate of $662.40 per bushel, net. Let's have I minority:wlfto:are, paying thus.increasing old Spanish Custom, they been doIn' -I A memorial .service. will be'held' Blue Bus SchedulesDally
the load which bear.
they it for
p a,few carloads at that figure. Royalty needn't worry. If they I I If some Wap"Were found to place the effort years to conserve, but In'em spite, we of got all I State Sunday night' at o'clock) in the 'effective Jan. 1. 1932-

really look like their pictures in ,.the burden in equal proportion to less dough around loose than Farm auditorium by the Northbound-5:03: a. m., 1:0:
o the: newspapers nobody is going to the capacity to pay on the shoulders ever before.I today Lake City Elks.. Supt L. F;Chapman m., 4:59:: p,'m., 8:19: p. m.
One thing about ten-cent-store jewelry says the Tampa bother to cost ,a'second: glance at of all, none would feel it so president of the State Association .I Southbound-9:34: a. m., M:91

Times, is that it keeps folks wondering whether you are rich them, anyway. much.-Sanford Herald. A general can remember awhile back and Senator English, Exalted m., 4:34 p. m., 12:50: a. m.
N Ruler! of the Lake
: City lodge Tickets and information
enough to that kind too : sales tax would do this.-Melbourne When a guy ,would sro out and
wear to
or poor wear the other. Wonder why our'trafflo.light, TimeeaThere's win be speakers of the evening. AU Smith's Service Station, next
shoot hundred bUCks-aDd
buzzed reUJriou. ATIwi.IIk' anti I nobody Elks are invited. courthouse.
0 would think anything about It, but
then\ showed no "&'Dbt life whatever :
The words "Find
check enclosed"
are entirely now days if fellow '
superfluous ,on Saturday, afternoon. Not a wise woman up In a shoots one
if the check is really .in there.-Plant City Courier, that it Was needed,even then but Minnesota. For the period of two buck he's a ring-tailed tooter and '

i And If the check is not in there,.it's a pretty mean trick. you know bow you"get to months before an election she candela wants. his picture on 'the frontpage.
her subscription to the local figure
----0 about those thlnjra'.i-! _. it out yourself,
newspapers, arranging for it to ,
_ I Detroit preacher who said he could name fifty bootleg But then,,'lots, of us buzzed all be started aa soon as the election But if you want to go out hunt IF jnrar taa mn pretty moctfc lane-".
: In five Is. over: She"; doesn't want to ing BEAR why there's no law tea HPMT*mad ol f.U.... wlnur>..k_
gers blocks, deserves a medal for honesty. Most of week and were.Uent:: Friday and ; get tea ..u .....o< pew Coody.ara a ,.,.."-'.
{ Saturday after ,that mad at her own neighbors, knowIng against that but on the other hand ....-alb.. And tnada IMtTWIdC .bOat
them will not admit there is of to Thanksglvng DW
a quart liquor a county. if .. Mr
dinner. "' she bee to continue to live with you go BARB and can't prove aa isee ew -.a OD.

V -0 '- them'and she says that. when,she you're HUNTING why you are a nmiMr till will nada.k* practlcallr So Coodytan a* good set: :' new lM

ti 1 Thanks to Commissioner of Agriculture Nathan Mayo'sextension Truly It Is an 111 wind that blows reads all that "poll tical I,bu k" nudist and they'll put you in JalL lor.not. .1 aorUie liram akld and..andOVWOTT umin 11S c., r.u.: :;
nobody good. \Think of all the turkeys 'It 'makes net so mad she-pant get I You know there was a time when .< tin tnu....1LlI L_.
of the fruit inspection service to .. ,
December s
20th ne
most of
whose lives'' ',were: saved this over !quickly. Again we say, our BRUIN was out In the
fruit growers can sell with profit and buyers of Florida fruit year because of the" ( pre"'on. that's 'il wine woman. Too bad woods, but" now days you'll find

.f in other states can buy with confidence. '- some of our best street corner orators BREWIN' everywhere but it's not G.OBPi'EAR.PATHFINDER .
GOOD OLD :MAOQIC1 havertt learned a bit of her as easy to get a BEAR on 'em now
o as It used to be. '
philosophy.'-Leeaburg Commercial
ti Figure Chicago woman Is' suing a :man for ,ISD' ,the time about right for a -- tire
$60,000 because of change of heart. "Learn the Name 'of Our Streets --n- But you know game wardens 4.75-19 The QUALITY pill.r.c .
a Once each of
year overa Week"? How = 80'wI reach
many, of you know You can bet on horse racing in have a hard time, they are supposed
period of nineteen years, she claims he asked her to marry where Frances, Julia; Nona. Laura, Florida. but not on the election.To to keep a check on the nlm-i ," Other slue ."

him-then he married the other woman. Mable and Maggie are located? do so would subject you to a rode, but sometimes they'll track' .::.. Proportion

o Please-we're still speaking of fine of as much; as $300. And if down a guy with a. shot-gun and a

streets. George and JulIet must you happen to be a business man license and find he'. going' to aweddin' Motor Co.
Consolidation of the Perry Herald with the have it '
Perry News pretty soft with all those ,the following Florida law might Interest FL01U1U
M was announced in the last Issue of the Herald and Messrs. girls around.. George and Julian you:' J1Y' person firm or -STAKKE,

Ward and Weatherford? will continue serving and seem'to be just"about all the male 'corporation who: discharges or Then this duck hunting business
Perry Taylor streets in town, of course, there is Is .
,,* threatens to discharge an, employe funny one guy will get up be-
with -
county their excellent publication. '?I' 7" a Jackson and a Lafayette but every for voting or not voting for certain fore breakfast and alt in a blind

o town has a Jackson and a candidates or measures at any all day for a couple of shots while Bil
Wake Liver
Cocoa Tribune says: "If there ever was a time that home 18 LAfayette. Of them all, our choice election shall be punished by a fine another fellow will stay in campamf Up Your
Maggie. That seems to be about not exceeding $1000.-14t. Dora take a couple of shots an' go
people in Florida should patronize home merchants, it Is the. only I'leam'of originality lathe Topic.Congressman. If blind.

now." That should be amended to read "home people should i lot.. k" ,Without Calome

patronize home merchants who patronize home people." I ,--- preen i. ,,In harmony Then when you start out on a
I We knew' (If you good people 'Wittf the* feeling of Ocala Hinting trip you usually stop at -- r

I o. didn't stop bringing round, ripe, bustaeasmenola'regards to the foreign the coiner grocery and pick up a J: And YoaH Jump Out of Bed r PMGee

I- School board of Knox county, Tennessee, is putting the red strawberries into the office we debt/ **- judge by an Interview few cans of beans, then you drive u In the Morning Rario' GoIf '-" matte. 1t11wA Mr 1 J'.. Taw a'
h' lid on her schools in would be breaking out into poetry with the congressman published on out to Tony's place and biseW q rM kfeat.ed.
,, get ..rb
shape. Use of .
!r proper tobacco, intoxicants So, don't: blame the I thin......... p '
following onus in the Washington Star."At some corn, then you make sure ...- y-
X'. and chewing yoa feel soar and sunk and tee Mean lie b ill
gum are now: taboo and the latest -- '
regula- this time, 'said Mr. Green.- 1 am you got a can-opener for the beans world looks punk,doII'tnow a lot .........reels.....sad eon.q..rMeof .y-
tiqnj was promulgated to prevent students from their Sceptic?, opposed to moratorium, postpone and.a bottle for the
+ carrying, opener corn. ef saute. mineral water, oil. laxative r.4. .
Could water
.si-ehootera;: to: classes:" j "" Come from sun and soil and meat cancellation or revision ,of J Some guys insist on corn-meal for candy or chewing gam and expect ._ ......a......"CA 2 'l lLivalltSd :
that color
,.. ., .r Fool you' war debt." It will be recalled that breakfast; while :others won't sit them to make you suddenly sweet I Ms.a-u".. -.
__ ; ..
_'> .0. oughter, the"three local' civic'clubs voted down to 8IIIr: : meal until they've and buoyant and full of sunahin ?' loehit,.. i'd'.reMrdu

Chicago Youth Slays Young Woman's Escort; Attacks Know' little errant fairy. against any extension. of,the debt had their__corjv_, For they can't do'It. They only ., .................

Girl-Ocala Star. Chicago Gangster Kills Salesman, Abducts Helps to paint the Wet red] berry payment' ; at pntIen&OCala. :BaJa move the bowels and a mere movement '-.-..._,....... .

r Young Woman.-Palatka News. -o -ner. Some guys always hunt' with, I doesn't get at the m as.The -u.c
Maniac Kidnaps, Attacks Tallahassee Bid opened for ...., .
0 dogs but on the other hand some reason for your down-and-out D.t.....,..
b<-, Girl, Escapes.--Gainesville Evening News. Come on boys, about 11,000 worth of highway Wets who ,expect to 'buy legal fellows aren't particular and will Is your.... It should pour out; two ,......upm.z..-.........

- It'll make a good story yet! construction work and 132.218: liquor most any minute now have go hunting with anybody. But*a pounds of liquid bile Into your, bowels uus.uI'IDe_ 1M ...o.a.MprlVn11 JaIMiLl -

; worth of construction material. a long wait ahead of them. Even. man really: needs: good: DOGS If,' daOy., l'....IIoA.; .>nussiS...s

tit us..? v ,
e. ,.,, -