Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
E.S. Matthews
Creation Date:
December 9, 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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Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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i- B, S. Matthews, Owner and Publisher '

Subscription-For Year. $1.50.Sty, : ; Months. 75c-Payable In Advance .


Free Quail For-Farmers: Land. Foreclosure Negro Loots Box Car' ; i Merchants Oppose Legion Install And AuxiliaryTo Officers; Bond Trustees : :

Vacation Breaks Seal On Two
Week Says Game Commission;

They Must Be Protected lIunting' Riglrt Stuff License On Trucks Change-Meeting Cut Light RateEffective

Schools Again Postponed The regular meeting of the

.For All Commissioner C. C. Woodwardof The depression held no terrors ronee-Langford-Whit. Post AmerIcan -

Department for Taft Kllerson young negro llv- Legion, will be held Tuesday Jan. 1 .
the Florida Fish and Game To Stores :
has announced that a By Commissioners Ing near Starke; not as long as Selling Iffht, at which time the following
Board Declares was dark and there were 1933 will be
limited number. of quail raised at the siding fflcers. for the year -

the State Prison Farm at Raiford loaded freight cars on I. Installed Amount to $0.11' on First 10O; .
near the Seaboaid Air Line Sta- Installation of Lights On SouthWalnut Robert Rivers,
PaM )
available for distribution to Post! Kilowatt*-Water To Be
are Resolution Adopted .eal a tsar Not .
Receive tion. Taft broke the. on Street Will
BUll Driven meet the requirements UUce: Butler. In Advance .
anti farmers who St. .
Ove morning ,
Free Bridge
eecbeors ; o'clock Sunday Made
Script about 2 ; Be : 1st Vice Commander, A, J
pay-No -
of the department.These
JIL'k Johns River with five boxes of
Issued Yet birds will be delivered _. and made away rhomas Starke. A reduction In electric light ,
game one case of gun shells, two of business men of Ceo. A. J
candy, A Commander
'group r
2nd Vice Starke waa
in five pairs to a farmer who the R. L. Black rates for the city of
Foreclosure on dozen II. Andrews,
dozen men's socks, one Starke headed by W. 'b
Bradford Bond
Anderson Lawtey.Seraeantat.Arml ,
the '
of the City
160 by
least acres
meeting is the owner of at which had decided upon
At a 'and Company lands handkerchiefs. the City Council .
1 held Monmomtog shirts, nine .dozen. appeared before Charlie Cooper night .
Board will at their Monday .
School of fenced land and who agreeto deferred until Dec. 15 was one caddy asked for an Trustees
unt7 been ttress and
one lIec11gee on Tuesday night .
It was decided to al- hunters 4at Starke. Under the old rat the
birds against meeting.
protect the again postponed until January two small of license on trucks
11 vacation for of plug tobacc. ..Fd adjustment Chaplain Stafford Crews, New kilowatts cost $10.575;
week' Besides
of 100
at least Board
only one for a bearing before the the city and offering '
of clgaret.tes. into
the county. This acWM land must be at cases coming tlver. the rate will be $9.60 for the ,.
a ichools In for eco- being fenced, the County Commissioners'Monday According to Tart's own story, fruits and produce for sale to the Historian. O. K. Lewis. Stark. new ;.. .
and .
decided upon the owner first 100.Minutes
00 partly 2 m.State'. started borne from Reno It Is believed by the
will closeS p. he had merchants. The Auxiliary will meet Tuesday were .
reasons. Schools must live on the premises. Attorney J. C. Adkins of siding of $5 of Uie meeting
alc and when he noticed the cars on a merchants that the license fternoon at 3 o'clock: at the Leg- bond trustee of
23 reopenoBday. of
Friday, Dec. protection .to 1 Gainesville- appeared before the station. He trucks from stopping The board
Quail aregreat near the railroad: prevents many on Hall for Installation of the fol- Florida met .
Jan. 2.Arrangements. to crops because they feed on bugs; board in behalf of R. L.. Black and decided to break Into one of themto and so prevents them from owing officers: the city of Stark.* session 4

[ were made of pay the and worms to a large extent They I B. S. Avant and asked for an extension ".ee what I could find.. The : being able to offer the best in President, Mrs. Vonda Inman. December following Oth, la regular members present -.

there the remainder from hold first place In popularity as a I of Ume In order that further first car contained guano, for fruit and vegetables to the people 1st Vice President, Mrs. Mae with the Brownlee; chairman f4i
their salaries II H. L. ; .
; the land :
t due on efforts to redeem matter was
bird and. It given proper had little or no use at of Stark., The
game which Taft W.Us. .
3. Davis.Motion
In the curInt MonUeth R.
that due D.i: A. ,
and clerk
nut year, Increase in numbers might be made. The second one consideration by the J. '
under A.
Bus drivers al- protection, they the present time, the aken: 2nd Vice President Mrs. made by D. A. Montieth .
to date. asked to notify CoL J., L. Frazee be decided after
year back No script rapidly. however, was more to his liking. Council: and will liomas.. to reduce light rate to the following

received pay. the next of this action. Taft struck a match and "pickedout careful Investigation. Chaplain, Mrs. Noble Ray White. effective January 1, 1933:
,been Issued yet,but The board rejected Mr. Black'sproposal Part of the also decided at this meet- ,
wanted. It was Auxiliary
teachers will 'TOWN TEAMS ORGANIZED what I The American Legion First BO kilowatts, lie per kilowatt -
.yment made to that he pay fifty percent and then rescind previous action of time from '
woods to '
loot he bid in the ng 'hall changed Its meeting second 00 kilowatts, So per I
ukely be In this form. town basketball of the face of the certificates store of Wm. Sapp the: council In regard to Installation second Tuesday night to the ;
offer of Both boys and girls went to the he kilowatt all over 100 kilowatts Go y
the ;
[ The board accepted teams are being organized and fifty per cent of all.subsequent where he aroused S. W. Flannlgan of street lights below the real- econd Tuesday afternoon at 3:00 kilowatt rate, Tc per P
examinee : power
Pt. 0. L. Haynes Bradford that he County and practices will begin next week. taxes, including 1932 taxes, provided and told him-he ;had "some stuff dence of Mrs. S. F. Hamrtck and 'coclc.;'.,. ... per kilowatt; minimum charge being ,
t pupils of the Madison same could be done by payments abandon the project. This action "' '
court on West for Mr. Sapp. Motion: was seconded
determine the city that $1.35 on lights.
ugI1 School and and under the Gomez Law; leaving of his newfound was taken after an Investigationby l
Improved several After part f fned.
Avenue is being R J. Davis, motion car
plitlon of their teeth. Superintendent are to be scheduled after Is twenty per cent down and twenty riches here, Taft took what the Street Committee which reported Children's HomeIs i L

A. 3. Griffla was instructed i games per cent each year for four and started home, stopping that because of lack of '
the holidays.MavoHalts. was left made R. J Davis for "it
Motion by "
work with Principal L. A. Gray I years, provided same is approved on his way TJ> sell arucies 10 funds\ and because of the fact thatthe Clark to read water I'

:i ranging for the 'examlnatlono by> the State!) Comptroller Annie Belle Thomas and Metier lights were not badly needed, In Great Need Superintendent meters first of each month beginning ?, .

be made. Sale Other business transacted by.the Hammett.But the Installation should not be made. 1st 1933. Water l '
January .
I After concluding Its business board follows in full: Taffs carelessness In disposing Minutes. ,of the meeting were as Mini 1
be for in advance.
to paid '
board adjourned to meet theJIlt Board of County Commls- his un- -
(he The of the goofs proved follows: .
t Monday In January. Of Bid In Lands loners met in regular session Dec. doing and soon tht law was on his The city counol! '.ot .the, city of 14,000 Reduction In Income Says mum charge month per month 6000 gallons$1.30, of- I'J,

e 5, 1932 with all members present trail.. The chas&Jfaded near Jacksonville Starke, Florida met in regular, Superintendent MarctM, water all per over 20a per 1000 gal. \
DUNCAN chairman 1932 with
as follows: J. L. Underbill with the fugitive Jumping session December 6th ,

Delt&cii. professional J. G. Crews, R. T. Osteen, J.M. from a truck and striking out forth the following members present G. C. Fagg lons.Montleth Motion and carried.seconded by D. A. ,,* '' ,.

at the Uni- Commissioner Opposed to MethodOf Rosier and O. W. Hlnson- woods with Sheriff W J. Ep W, Alderman, chairman;. O. L. most '1'
realistic fraternity Jacksonville, Deo.S.-The The following bills were paid: ;
Disposing of Property Minutes of last meeting were Sapp, and Beasley, P. M. Barefoot, T. N. \
.slty of Florida, edited' Wednes- ToStateTemporarily person. Deputy the Edwards. Minutes desperate and urgent appeal that Gulf Refining Co., 1 car fuel distillate ,
and for W M.
read approved.Mr. agent Kendrick
edition of the GainesvilleRam. L. L. Collins, special ( the Children's Home Society of $323.38, Starke TelephoneCo.
dars L. H. Hill of Lawtey repre'senting Seaboard right behind him. of the last meeting were read
at least, Nathan Mrs. Mamie Griffla asked A. Gardiner wrotea and approved. Florida--has ever sent out during ., phone service, light plant \
ofIs. Geo.
tt Bill Duncan. a ortner student Judge Its entire thirty of serviceto tc Davis supplies )
of years $3.60, Quigley
Mayo Florida commissioner for an adjustment In 1932 taxes. to the story at a preliminary :Motion made by O. L. Beasleyto
H. S., who Is studying journal- agriculture has halted state ma- After due consideration no changewas sad ending held Wednesday adopt resolution presented by over twenty-two thousand orphan for repairs $o light plant, .12..*, i1!.
tm at the university. acted. as one hearing homeless and needy childrenof Carl Johns, salary November $40.-, :
of reference to ,],
prop- with
chinery set up to dispose made. when, after Taft's con- Harold C. Wall
Erf the staff reporters. erty which returns 'to' the state Mr. W. B. McKinney asked for fession morning, ,the Judge sent him off to making toll bridge at Palatka Florida-Is being sent out at 00 E. D. Card, filing saw, SOc, J. iYt '
this time In an earnest effort to O. Christopher .Co,, suppUes for; .\\f
foreclosures In an X-Ray the Motion was second
DIES through tax assistance getting bond, pending free of toll.
ENNIS under $2000
Jail of .
ALETHIA necessities
MISS! provide the barest light plant $12.80.1.. a. Christopher
SHOT The legislature has providedthat treatment for cancer. After term of t'11' P.M.Barefoot'and was car- I
FROM ACCIDENTAL fore- spring life for the hundred. of little help- Co., 1 wrench $2.05, Bank of l '
counties la Florida may consideration he was given $15.00 S i. ried. Q. M. Inman asked councilfor
nineteen which delinquent relief fund. the benefits received lees children under-the care of the Starke, note Fairbanks Morse Co.,
Miss jUethla Knnla close on property on from the special TAX COLLECTIONS FAIR letter as to '
,old of Tampa died Monday taxes are not paid. If no Bill presented by MIA Pearl Jordan from R. F. C. work which Society right now. $269.77. Harold C. Wall, premium ,
OT ,
y hospital the property at the tax for the office of In the Same The Home Society and Its State bond H. L. Brownies $5.00, Bank
Booming in the Tampa one buys for supplies tax collections for 1932 baa been done city. "Dad- ,
llrom wounds suffered when an sales the counties bid It In for home demonstration agent, which City cent of was granted and signed by each Superintendent. Marcus C. of Starke, payrolls 14938.
reached over fifty per
have would like very much Board of bond trustee. city of ,
dy' Fagg
automatic pistol was accidentally the state in the name of the trustees were bought in 1929, wall considered oct the books, City member of the council.

(discharged as she handled it. The of the internal Improvementfund. and same was refused.On the Clerk amount Carl Johns said this week. Motion made by P. M. Barefootfor I provide some toys youngsters, nuts and candy most Starke, Florida, adjourned'to next ,,'
little ,
I bullet penetrated her left side. This applies of course, todelinquencies motion of Mr. R. T. Osteen amount collected is approxi- city clerk to make such purchases or these meeting. t
daughter of Mr. and in state and county seconded and carried Carrie The 19 are necessary In emergency ot: whom have never known a real Carl Johns, Clerk..
Is duly as
I She a while $17,499.24
mately $9,000 Christmas In their lives, and all ,
I lira. W B. EnniB and a niece of taxes. Thomas, .colored of* New River the amount on the books. cases, for fire ruck or sewerage whom are eagerly looking forwardto \ HUSi iCSH MEN MEET JI.

I Mr.!. and Mrs. J. W. Morgan and The trustees, acting for the was placed on the pauper roll at Tax Collector C. A. Knight reports supplies. Motion was seconded some small gifts from Santa ., ::

I 1tr. Lala Chase of Starke. state receive the property under $3.00 per month. $9,153.25 of the county's and carried.. : '}
but appeal Is being IDaa.fol' of W. and
< I Claus, no The names poo. Kenly
Funeral services were conducted a master's deed. They may sel) land 1 Anna Sterrlcka and Ida Wilson taxes collected up to Dec. 1. The The following bills were ordered anything now except for money W. K. Bryant-new members, werepresented ,
at the funeral voted to do so whenever from $4.00 to I liuford fire chief $8, 'ri
Tuesday afternoon have were each reduced amount of the county tax roll' ,for paid: R. C. food and children's at the Business Men'aClub '\ .
F.: Blount' by Dr. A. receive bids which cover all month. Edward HaU $4, Austin Winkler .
home of T. they $2.50 per I 1932 is $78,936.60.Run etc., for the need is so greatfor luncheon held Monday: at the
Fred Turner pastor of the First' back taxes plus the costs of the Mary Hobbs And Mrs. Mary .. i $4 Eldredge Robinson $4, Louie these bare necessities, that the carom Cafe. Mr. Kenly several1 I

Methodist Church. Burial was in I various transactions. Goodge were reported dead and Kahr $4 Charles Darby $4, Calvin indeed if they ''I'
will be
glad Bradford
Your Steamboat Society months purchased the
Procedure stricken from the James Lewis $4. Merrill -
the Carrol cemetery; Oppose their names Johns $4, for the children at all Co. i .
can provide County Supply .
made many however, is opposed to roll. W R. Tatum $4,
Miss Ennis had Mayo, state pension A According., Statute McMillan: $4, Christmas ''
day. Mr.
on and moved here from Palatka
friends -while visiting in Starke, this procedure,.voted against such The following bonds were pre- :Julian Peek $4, Tommie Williams

who will regret to learn .of her sales and has declined to sign sented and approved: -the lawin Florida to I,$4, Mitchell's Drug Store 1 bottle In spits of a reduction In income Bryant proprietor of the.Carol* ,

death. deeds conveying the property to G. W. Hlnson county commissioner It's against 'nk $1.15, Starke Telephone. Co., this year of over fourteen Cafe. '
valve on
trustees. He tie down the safety your thousand dollars, as compared with The Club went on record as being -
the Bradford
:. purchasers from ; L. L.. Conner, county com- order to. beat your phone service city hall $3.50, -
TWO QUARTS Tins TIME said he hopes the 1933 legislaturewill steamboat County Telegraph, printing Last year, the Home Society has opposed to making the Memorial
and it's Justas '
rival to the docks the St.
old for almost two Bridge, crossing
repeal the law. (Continued page 5.) 250 ordinance books 244.00, Harold -: already provided
in larger : criminal to leave your stagecoach than Johns River at Palatka, toll
Berries keep coming He told Governor Carlton and the C. Wall, premium bond of city hundred more children were .a

end larger quantities. We started other cabinet officers who make SHRUBBERY STOLEN II without first hitching the I clerk $55.88, N. N. Thomas, special cared for during the same period bridge It Is understood that citizens ,

out with one berry and reached a the board of trustees that he horses securely or turning duty $1.50, W.' B. Mlddleton, last year and this has been accom- of Palatka are petitioning ,
the record'' until up reins over to a competent.person police the number of the State Road Department to,,
quart which was considers it unjust to the property Two residents In the eastern partof Associated mayor fees $4.00, W. E. Thornton, plished by reducing
E. E. Burney appeared the first of owner who thus loses his land. town have reported unusual according to a recent salary night marshal $77.00, A. L. workers to the limit by curtailingthe make this bridge. toll free. 4

the week with two fine quarts be- of Press dispatch. work In every way possible, by '
their taxes Several pieces
to salary
fail of
Owners pay losses recently. I turn to the statutes Alvarez, chief police In he to send In some:
picked from his farm west of Law can't them he ,. have been removed If you doubt it, bond trustee reducing the salaries of all the group ( state ,
they pay valuable shrubbery 10200. R. J. Davis, I
1863. These and many small amount of money, food ..oclothing
that they of
said to the lowest possible
tey. Mr. Burney don't want of Mrs. R. workers,
said, not because they from the yard not 14.00. H. L. Brownlee. '
laws--while en to help the Society provide'
came from new plants that were believed have other obsolete amount, by reducing the quantity
declared he plants ; : bond '
He and pot
to I
pay. :M. Sparkman this of Democratic a for these scores of helpless,'
two and twenty-two days; forced In year of food and provisions to a place
months milk
cent of taxpayers P. M. Bare-
than five per from :Mrs. G. W. Alderman, '
not more been stolen trustee $4.00 '
old victories, war debts and bonuses where two-thirds of the chil- homeless, children to lay their little ,
actually dodge_payments.. foot.-: ,. are still on the statute books because councilman $2.00 P. M. Barefoot, dren are now underweight, and by heads, something In eatables to. .1
He further said< he never have been repealed. councilman $2.00. T. N. Kendriek keep them from starving, and somelittle'ctothlng J
n-2 Dividend euevea11"1 they securing only the least expensive
Per Cent !
,procedure will prevent WORK councilman $2.00, W. M. Edwards etc. Every -' < to keep'them covered '
children's clothing
from returning to a normal I -- $2.00. O. L. Beasley, foods, .
Ready For DiaErI button values Christmas A general revision of the laws councilman possible saving and economy and warm. :

leveL Mrs. W. B. Mlddleton Bradford of Florida was made. in 1920. but councilman $2.00 Carl John, salary has been effected-but In spite of All monies should be sent to R. .,
one-half ".Member Approve Seal Chairman for and, itS advisorycommitteemissed city clerk $60.00. W. W. Balsdcniarlng V Treasurer 428 St.
A dividend of three and the following the, Legislature' ; all these efforts there'has accum- Covlngton ,
board received
Other members jsf the County this week anal feed of prisoners 15.
per cent is ready for distribution Governor a ziimb.rof..tha. ulated a deficit: of over eleven James Building Jacksonville, and
said were in sympathy with message from 60 Bank of Starke, payroll. 174. '
Jos. E. Wilson liquidator of the 'they antiques. thousand: dollars, the largest deficit all other donations should be sent '
property owners who lose their Doyle E. Carlton: for a road 8O, Starke Hardware and Furniture 256O Rtverslde ,
Bradford County Bank announced Recent suggestions the Society has ever known. to the Receiving Home, ,
I accomplish-
Thursday. The dividend will .be lands because of Inability to pay "In reviewing the the past building "holiday" in Florida call Co., 2 hovels $3.00, J. W. Andrews "Daddy". Fagg is asking every Avenue, Jacksonville. .,.

taxes but felt the'law Is the only meet of your work for State law. still In Jr., repairs to city truck send In ,
liven to depositors Monday morning realization of to mind an old persoD..every bustneA firm every The need I. critical so ,
under which taxes will be and with the Standard Oil Co., and
at liquidator method year effect which requires every male $6.08, gas other help today. please.
the office of the its continuance I church lodge, club, school or your
the great need for 4S, to oil for city truck and fire truck
III of of 18 and
the the Insurance building between ages
Continued on page 4.) under present conditions I am send 'colDDU8II1on- $60.21. Standard Oil Co., 4 per cent STATION 1 n
II. C. WalL ( report to the county WORK T FOREST EXPERIMENT \ f
Ing you this word of I each year for six: days of refund on 1932 taxes $6.98. MItcheU' I [t 1

I SUPERINTENDENT OUTLINES PURPOSE for tuberculosis the successful In Florida efforts to and control my era labor once on the roads. The act says Drug. Store, street light bulbs DESCRIBED IN ARTICLE. BY L. WYMAN: .,

within the ages $43.35. --
PARDONING BOARD all male residents -'II
"' OF FLORIDA STATE best wishes for Annual the success ChristmasSeal of named shall report with their own Council 'adjourned to next meet (By L. WYMAN) Such heavy work took Its toll '

Twenty-Sixth gift of rakes, hoes and spades. Later the Ing. It is well recognized that practically of the tree's vitality. Yields ',

*"SUperintendent of State Farm manifold duties as possible, and Sale. Your work generous is sincerely act was amended to allow payment Carl Johns, Clerk. 'every longleaf and slash 'started off. high but declined rapidly k.
Wrltee of Body' Operations have devoted themselves. to' thisheartbreaking services to-this the citizens of of cash In lieu of personal labor. pine tree Is turpentined before it from year to year. Four years P

and Ideal of Service task. appreciated'" by As recently as 1903 the Lelfala.tur. -.I WOMAN IS KILLED is cut for lumber. Furthermorea to a tree was about the averageworking

To them has been given by.the of Florida ___ .''de lgnated certain paths for NEAR LAKE BUTLER survey of the naval stores prac- life. 'S

'. By L. y, CHAPMAN Constitution the delicate task the law TAO SALES ARE SLOW the exclusive: use of bicyclists and Lake Butler,, Dec. 2.-Mrs, Elizabeth tice of a decade ago made It clear The first experiments undertaken .

) Superintendent Florida.State supporting the dignity of the i prohibited livestock and other vehicles Hall Courson 17.: wife of that much young Umber was being were designed to settle the

Farm and its enforcement and merciful at Evidently Bradford County rest- from trespassing thereon. Reatus Council, and daughter 01 ruined by careless working meth-' question. of the proper amount of,

Tallahassee. Dec. 3.-In August same time extending the In no hurry to purchasetheir The law requltesi each cycle to car Jeff R. Hall of Lake Butler was ods. For this reason a study olturpentining wood to cut each week both la ,
dents are
for two weeks five busy and con- hand of clemancy to expectantmen beet license tags. Only six have ry a badge on license," It Is sometimes killed on State Road No. 28, be- practices was) under- height and depth.. It wa found '

ientlous men -sat In Tallahassee and women' who have of i sold since the office opened referred toT 14 the ."daddy"of tween Lake City and Lulu, yesterday taken by the Southern Forest Experiment that a reduction to 1-4 Inch 'In' '

,. M members of the Pardon Board-r- sent by the court to the care been of last week In Hoov the present motor vehicle license afternoon.An Station: at Starke to determine height and 1-2 inch in depth resulted '
certain Thursday '
hearing arguments pleas, requests, the Prison Division for Is Studio. investigation at the scene ot the style of work which In no reduction la gum yield

,,Petitions and demands. Five men definite periods of time. A task ot er's the early birds were: act.Another act of 1868 prohibitsduels the accident: Indicated that a tire would be leaat Injurious to Umbel but on the contrary permitted the ,,
Among '
"bo long to deal Justly; and mercifully this that requires a mixture Inflexible; Wm. Sapp, first to purchase tag over elections; require the on :Mrs. Courson's car blew out, and most productive of gum. working life for face to be doubled '

and whose decisions win .firmness and genUenesa. court: for heavy passenger car; W. P. closing of saloons on election day; turning the machine over. list Briefly common naval storei thereby practically doubling the .'

t being Joy and sorrow to score of loyalty to the decision of the to I. Smith first light passanger car; and forbids any person giving head was eru bed. practices in 1923 consisted of chip. revenue from the face. "A study of ,'

L i U2r*
', These men are his excellency', some unfortunates hardness timea'belief truck, and Cecil Refuse, first polling booths. An act of 1913 passed prior to the accident, reach face. 20-24 Inches high each, sea- restricting the width to. IMS ithan'. ,

,,;!:,II,00- Doyle E-,( r-ailton',Governor; softness of heart at the same of the, pickup truck.It makes it a prison offense to use ed the scene shorUy after the son. Heavy slabs of wood were 1-3 ''of the baric circumference it '

,$ '-' Cry DLandls" Attorney that the sentence further: belief Is expected that sales will pick any name other than the name tan.4cr. crash' -The driver found her bodyIn cut at the base of the tree deef would be\O8IIIble to cut three sue, ,.. ,

':{ :?er1! Hon.Nathan Mayo. Com,. judges are right and a must be tern up soon sInc 'most car owners will .whlcb you registered- for election :-: the car, which, bad, caught fire.i cuts were made with, ceaslve faces on fast growing trees

:* raloner!! of Agriculture; Hon. R. that Justice often be eager to avoid paying the twen *. i Funeral services were,I conducted insert tin' and many small treei I Wider faces permitted ,the placing, m ,

:';;_Cray, Secretary: of, State and pered. moment of the ty-five per cent penalty which will Install l-, at Douglas cemetery Saturday were faced while those sllgbU] :;' '

r r", f"", Ernest Amos.. Comptroll Think for one be added to the purchase price after Crestvlew-Newflxtures morning at 10 o'clock. larger. carried two or more faces (Continued 8.J. ..' :j. .
; ? thea. two ..eelw. theyi have the first of February. ed In local post .
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r ---..:...
D..crt.II. II., T. .... A. Owes .& Costs De."I.1I08 Ieo T. no A. Owner

," HAMPTON of 8W\4\ J. M. Johns Ad- and w4s ot NEr4 W of d csi,
i ; 1a,01l Ry. _______.$ II II
____-8 6 n A. W. Anderson --- ------ Unknown
%1 111'IAtlo M ot -n In SW Cor. Lot 14 of Blk. 89 Peek'. -
Mia Ada Nlmmo/ Cor. -'- 17.6NWyV
Addition to Burke in
of SE\4\ of zwu bounded
N by Johns Add W by Ry of NW\4\ N of 9thet.

II! by section line, also ----.- .---------28 8 U T. S.
1 Sullivan the first of Wllilams
Albert waa
lots 9 A 10 of Bik n J. Lot 1 of Blk. 14 P..k' Additlon >>
'' farmers to sell M. .. u III to Starke In NW\4\ --- I 17of 3
our progressive Addition ... a. Ro74 IN. '
r -
28 a u ---- --
: NW" N of 11th St.
Lot. SJohSns.01 BIll:. $ L. r: ---a8 8 I"
Btrawberrlea In our town. C. A. T, 8,
Co'.. Addition ___ = Unknown I'.7. Lots 1 l : 4 II 8 of Blk. 30Peek's Ullam. _
I d I. d .a -- -- --
Durling purchased two quart from Lots 4 6 8 7 II 9 10 iit l AddItion to Starke ---- 1.1

I, \l'' t him this week. The berries were s 14 0: Dlk. 10 L. '1'.... Co'.. In NW\4\ of NW44 N of
cps' Addition .. .. 91.06 -----
a II Lee Moran hIS iU" II II.
i above the average in quality. Lots 4 11 of-Bik.;;j l : :r-U Lots al'i E3 A. Bishop .. .
& co' Add. 11.'11 lot 10 of Blk II Po.k' -- 11.1
r Rev. Q. E. McCauley pastor of II:1.: O. Boyd -------
Lot I of BI1\:. li"'f.---.II; Addition to 8tarke In
!j the First Baptist church here will Co'. Addition ___ 8 9y L. D-. Green ----:-. / 0Bik. NW44, of NW\4\ N of 9thet

,< r fill bis regular appointment next Lots 1. II I S L.C T.It &II Co'i..1/Ad.dltlon iU. ;, Lots 1 iR-i tiii'i.Z88 II F. A. Scott .. A. J. O.

'. Sunday morning and evening. : .1.011 Rising Addition to Starke tit
------ 8 6 S2Unknown. ------
: ', Mrs. J. J. Brannen baa returnedto Lot 0 & 8 CO It. of Lott" In NW14. of NW44 South
:Bik It bounded 8 by J. of .th St. -.----------- 8 92'Mrs.
her home here after a visit with O. Turner land L. T. & Lob 11 It of Blk. B RI.-l Celia Carter. --_

q'' her son, Dennis Brannen of Lake- + Co's. Addition __" 0 II .- L. T. & Co. -.----- 1.711 Int. Addition to Stark. In li I
Lots l l9&80ftoot4of NW%. ot NWy4 South ofLotss .

land. T flk.14I.T.&Co's 1 3 ---- II Ur.. H
Mrs. Lillian.Wainwright of Hawthorne Addition.- ------II, I ..a' Floyd Green ___ 11I.011 o1 tlk8f:: Riangtt; A. Bishop -- 13
6.lI Addition InNW44
was the guest of her sis Lo 1 of 131k 16.r.. T. & of NW44 South of

1', ters, Mrs. Mark Geiger and Mrs. a Lot Co's 9 'of Addition 531k. 14 L- T.Co'---15.. 8 II Annie Mae Bennett 11.711 Ith 8t. -- ------------II 8 II 3. C POPP.II .
Lots 1 I II 6 of Blk. 1& -
,I y Elate Sparkman thin week. ? Addition -rJ8: u ::10. Orlttis ....?.?- UII land S of Bill. I to land ----_ I'
Mathison of Wal Lots 1 2 1 97 :
Rev. and line 3. G. Alvsres Addition -
Lo' Co's, Addition I II Jlro. An..Une Wh..I._ 15.71 to Stark 8 of Madison .
? do, were visiting: here last Sat- 4 6 of Hilt. 18.-r.-TU:
., & Co'.. Addition .1 I".711 & W of Walnut St"28 6. II Mr.. S. I'
urday. .T.-i 18. I" a Boyd ---- Lot I 01 Blk. 1 Wynn' Addlton Ilamrlck III
: Lot .11 of Blk' t8 L. ,
?' Mr. Furgerson of North Carolina Co'a Addition_ "' u Bay .. u 1.711 / to Starke In NW'A '

c 4 was the guest of his; cousin M. L. Lou 1 2 0 of Blk.. it-L :rJ8 One of lot SW4y bounded N-by :J:18 8 II Mlss 011I0 Marr --.___ 11,1'
tVWVMOOE.MM. WTORO.WALLACE Addition ----- 6 U .- Nat Williams ----
Watterson for several days recent GQETA GADBO.JOHN Lo'.Ctt 0 7 of 01k. 11 :28 Griffin S by Sharpe land
4'i. : EL BARHYMORE /n'GRANP HOTEL .. & Co. .711 W by Walllu\. & E by
gEER''dLION T. Co'. Addition -38 S "a. L 1'. -- ---- 28
ly.Rev. .. RJ' __________ 5 at Mrs. Eva
Lots 1 I Xllllan
2 of Blk L. T.
oi 117 ; Be. at 8W Cor of land --- tLi
James blind missionary 11.711 -
F' Co's C. Semmes
Colombia South America delivered Mrs. Retha Morgan Is very 111. we now we fight for our bonus ana Lo'. 6 7 'of Addition Bik. 57 I:--.r--i18; 1 U F. --- sold to Mrs. 1'. 1'. Lone

tii ''tl'' a wonderful lecture at Gaines, wish her a speedy''recovery.We sleep in a ditch.. Co's. Addition ,_-____28 I II 8. J. Coleman _____ 10.711 by 14 deg S..J..W Temple II It. for& run a pt.8

11 to know that Miss Now join the chorus let's sing Lots 10 it 19 18 'c of Blk. .
are glad of beg. thence JD
villa this week. n L. T. & Co.... Addltlon28 0 n J. W. Andrews _---- 8. uLoTt' 14 deg..
Hilda is improving after the little tune, we may get our Lots 9 SUit. thence. a It d.greee .
and Miss Mil Forsyth I 10 11 01 BIll:. as L.

lei dred Mrs.Byerloy W. T. Young were shopping I having her tonsils removed non bonus by sometime In June. So 1 Co's 8 .1.Addltlon ____.U 6 U Ray _____ 11.711 W 14 W degrees 260'ft.S thence 88 ft,

come on and sing boys help sing thence N 14 degrees E 150It
'e Starke last Monday.I cently. L. T. Co'.. Addl.tlon .
thence. E 1. degrees. S
? Miss Thelma Rhoden spent Sat this little rhyme, for thirteen years / ------------28 0 2a Unknown 11,06 "
41 ft.
i to beg. In Starke28
Leaston S
J. Wynn and family Lot 8 ot II1k. 10 L. T& 13 C. B.:Hayes .________ .
in Starke the of Mra.' boys is a mighty long time., (Hurrah 26.11
Wynn and family and E. N. Alex urday guest Co's. Addition -_.2__ 28 6 38 Cha. C. Armstrong -- 1,70 Begat NW Con of SWK
Katie Mae Baisden. for Roosevelt.) 84 of RI1I4: T. & Co'.: of 8WK ft run :B 484 ft.

1,, y ander and family are making a Addition _________-28 8 lIa Unknown J.7" B 418 ft. W 484ft.N415 _
-- -
1 tour of South Florida this week. There was a very large crowd W45 01 Blk. 8 L. T Co' IJte beg __ __ ________18 6 22 W. :M. Monden. ,. ___
attended the at Sub Division Bose Cox 8.711 In NWK of SWK 2155
of Waldo cane grinding MRS. MARY E. GOODGE 23 8 IIJ -----
Mathison preached
Rev. Lot 2ofBlk. 11 LT& S of Madison tit. known

,,; to a large and interested congregation Misses Gladys and Olamae Par- Co.... Sub DIYIHlon28 8 a" James Byrd ---- 11.711 aa J. O. Alvares. residence
15 The menter's Saturday night. Mrs. Mary E. Goodge died at the Lot. ot Dlk. 11 L. T[& Elk ex. 1 lot In
"r 4ri last Sunday evening.
Co'.. Sub Division -----28 6 aa E..I e Short ---- 11,711 NW Cor. sold to J. L.
4 subject under discussion was "Our The Bonus Blue home of her son, AL.. Goodge Lots 1 2 of Blk 15 & 1D as Peek -----_28 t 22 ,- J. W. Andrews, Jr, |II.I!
6 here Saturday morning. In addition ft. ot lots 8 C ot Blk. 16&Lots Corn at BE r--'i-: ; Bay A --
Common Christianity Thelma Rhoden
By 19&B88 ft of Madison Sta, & run 8 184
Hoover said go home boys, and : to the son In whose home she lots 54 ot 131k. 18 L. T. ft.
I; i ik & Co'. Sub Division ___ Madison St. thence W on
Is survived
Goodge by 111.811
dry up your tears, for you won'tget 28 8 U Anllie Mack Coleman .
Lots 1 & I of D1k. It LT. Ha Id St 64 ft. to beg. In
your bonus for thirteen long three other sons J. W. Goodge of & Co' Sub Division 1.711 NW Cor. J. a. Alvares

fi [ ZIFF rears.( So bid your wife goodbye New River and W. J. and J. A. Blk.Division 19 L. .T. & Co's. Sub28 6 II L. T. & Co.-- Lots residence 6 7 Blk.bounded_ _N_-by__Z8 6 22 J. IL & Eva Lord .. ._._ 17,j,

Ml** ...* Ma I/.*rl. Cow.V1 boys and fall In our line for thirteen Goodge of Sampson City and by Blk. aa u L. T.- .&--Co'---.: Sub' la L. T. Co.. --.--- 11.711 Call St. and B by Court

y years boys Is a mighty long two daughters Mrs.: R. E. Dyer of Lot Dlv.lon I of elk- 11- -L.-.':'.:-'"------36... 6 !..2 Unknown -.-- C.711 One St. lot In Cookaey'a In Cockney's "\dd:18 6 21:1.: W. Andrews, Jr. -__JJlos

/ 5 time. When we were In France Sampson City and Mrs. Lue Har- Sub Division bounded B by W. R. Mid-
,' ti There were services at Little boys you'll remember well per of Sanford' Four brothers, R. Lots I a or E44 of Bik.82L 38 8 I" Fannie I Lloyd --- dleton. N by J. W. An

1, ;' Rock church last Saturday and very H. and A. L.. Green of Brooker W. T. Co'. Sub Division 8 U Lillie sanders. _. .711 drew. Jr. W by Mitchell.
and fought for our country, we Lot I of Bik 811 L. T..U. .6 S by Madison St. -___18 6 22 J. W. Andrews |II 3s(
? --
t Sunday. sure caught hell. Then we were H. Green of Starke and D. J. Green Co's. :fu"n&" v ..Joz.T'iall 1 II Walter Cummings _. 1.711 Com. at BW Cor. of Call ft
?' ; Mr. Purvis Lewis and Mrs. W. of Lake Butler also survive. Lot 4 Broadway Sta. A run W
heroes and blessed by our lands :
Co'.. Sub Division on Call St. 94 ft. B 105
'1, S. Johns, and daughter. Miss but when we want money no one Funeral services were conducted Lots I II or 2144 of Bikib28 -Charley -- ft. E 94 ft. N 105 ft. to

Deathy of Jacksonville, were visiting from the New River Baptist L. T. .& Co'.. Sub Divlsio" beg. ____ ________28Com. 6 asMrs.. Annie. Hemingway UK
d offers a hand. Go talk to old
16'H ft. of 8B Cor. of -
and TI.on ___ 11.011
relatives here Sam _
Wednesday Hoover with tears in your eyes, church at 10 o'clock Sunday morning S 60 ft, f- t.Tj .-98$ 8 JJ Call A Orange.. Sta. A run

Thursday.Rev. ask him for money and he'll look by Rev. C. A. Crosby. The L. T. & Co'.. Sub Division B 106 ft. B 6H, ft. N tOil

y G. E. McCauley of Brook- '- Ida Simmons __.___ 7.011 ft. to Call Bt. thence W
q 28 6 U -
Boree &: Giddens Funeral Home of or lOiS ofBlk.S/
surprised. He'll say go home boys Lots t on said Bt. to b.... -----88 8 U:1.: J. .& Eftl. Johns ___ 21,11
er filled his. regular appointment L. '1'. & Co'e Sub Divls- .
that's where you belong and that Jacksonville was in charge of ar One lot bounded E by Bay

at Deadon church Saturday and of 6 II Sam TI.on ____ UII St. Nb I land of A. I.Alvarea .
; rp 4 is the reason I'm singing this song. rangements. W Blk. iT: : &Co's.88 W by W. M. Edward

; j f; Sunday afternoon. When we were In France boys Sub Division -------2. I 28 no M. EII.rlon 111.71Blk'.b A 8 by Call St. In
.. :Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Howard andy 844 of Blk. II L. T. .. .. -- NW% of SWK --------18 6 22 Mrs 8. M. Wells ___ II!
: fighting for our lives and thinking Stuart City, crews wideningand : Division I 8 II Busts Chandler ____ 8.711 S 80 ft. of lots a 4 of Blk.
children attended a party at Mr. of our mothers, our sweetheartsand straightening two blocks of N & 83 L 'T.:2; 1 In J. D. Jones Add. ---18 6 22 J. B. Corpenlng __,___. 10.11
/ ? and Mrs. Harlie Varnes Friday 8ub Division 8 !.2 A.. O. Jenkins 1&.711 1-8 Interest In lots 1 4 of *
i wives Hoover was at home, South Albany avenue between Second W44 of Bik CO L. T. --s-6.8 -- Elk' 2 In J. D. Jones Addition

; night and he Division ---- ---- is 622 Turner. Mott A Qarrls U 0 01
boys made himself rich -
o' ; 1 and Fourth streets. a8 6 II L. O. Powell 10,711Bub -- --- --
f. :: -------
: Miss Vida May Mott spent the Blk.. 19_ L.. ,. ... Co' 8ub Lots 2 a .of.Blk. 2 In J. D.u __ __ .. ..

h, last of the week here with Miss I NOTICE! Lob 1 Division1LTk zs 6 12 L.. T. A Co. _.____:._, 2.71 6 One;Jones' lot -of ola ri 114__._ .t-: N-zs 5 u.n.. C. Kltcn .___.____ .11

e InUi Prescott. Notice I.I hereby given that the following land will be sold Co'.. Sub Division ..-- &BbyZlOft.1 ft W
'at 6 12 Ja*. E. Franklin ___ 6.7:6
public auction'
>nthFIRST MONDAY IN JANUARY It Lots 1 2 of Blk. 42 1_ T. & bounded E by Sanderson
lr Mr' and Mrs. I. W. Dyal was visiting the and day of ..."-i month before the court house door at Starke In Brad. Co'a. Sub Division 6 12 John Williams ___-.4.T 6 Lane ft 8 by Hoyt St.__28 6 22 Mary Jane Green. ..__. 11.11
their parents. Mr. and Mrs. ford County State of Florida, or as>> much thereof a. will b* neceaaary to Blk. 44 I_ T. A Co'a. Bub19 One lot of land 863 ft. N

pay the amount due for taxes ..t opposite the same, together. with the Division -! 6 12 A, O. :Jenkins __. 8.71 6 &Sby210ft.21& W
J. Lewis -
Thursday. cost of such sale"and advertising.. CARL JOHNS Tax Collector. Lot 1 4 of 81k/6 and I o6.. bounded N by Pratt St. ft

r Mr. Rastus :Mann and A. Z. Pad. 88 of Blk. 46 L. T. A Co'.. B by Sanderson Lan. ___28 6 III:1.: 'W. Harrell. 2US
TaxesCoata _
and Deaerlptloai Sub Division -- ? t. 4 12 Sarah Scott __ 11.01 6 at
gett were visiting relatives See. T. R. A. Owes .&> Lot I A 8tt of Lot 2 of One lot of land com.

blends at Fairbanks and Waldo Com 100 ft. W of NE Cor. Blk. 47 L, T. A Co'.. SubDivision NE Cor. of Broadway ft
of WH of NWK of 8EK Hoyt Bt*. & run N on
; '! Saturday and Sunday.Mrs. of NBK .A run S 146 ft. N' of lot 2 of-Biiii'LT:2: 6 12 Fannie McCall __ __ 7.01 6 Broadway St. 105 ft. E

1; ,} k J. H. Kelley was called to W 100 ft. N 145 ft. B 100 Co'a Sub Division 157H ft. 8'106 ft to Hoyt

1 the bedside of her mother Mrs ft to bag. 61. Baal Short ____.__ '.'11 Lot S of Blk. 48 Ls -----18. 6 12 J. R. William* ----- I.7. St. W 157H. ft to bee.Broadway --.28 6 22 -:1.: F. Colley ________ IMS
All NWK of 8ffi4-------------28. South of Co'a. Sub Division One lot fronting on ,

1 Bob Dukes, who is seriously 11L Call Bt. ______ '___28 6 22 B. D. Card _.__?? 50.75 Lota 1 3 3 4 6 of Blk.-1"- 6 12 Joe Orant ______ 1.61 St. bounded N by old '-
One acre In NW &f5' ;;. of Davis A Truby'a Additionto Jail S by land of., t*

,e Mr. J. W. Lewis was attending SWK of 8EK _.______28 6 13 O. I* Haynes _?______ 40.75 Stark NB Cor. of SEft\ Johns ft known aa Kach- S
__ ________ _.__ hill
Ihofer Unknown
to business In Starke Monday.Mr. Half acre bounded S A EJ! W Ry. place I8 6 22 -
; by Pine 8t. W by N. Lot of NWU 6 7 of Br 1 Davia8 6 13 A. Z. Adklna ___...._,..111.38 Lote12845/15/1011 ,
: Resale Colson. Mr. T.V..
Blernb-rg A N by Mrs. Addition to 11 of Blk. 1 Dowllng
A Truby'a
'' Markey and Mr. L. A. Waters of R. 8. Fernandes ________18 a 23 R. S.-Fernandea _____ 6.26 Stark, NE Cor. of BED Sub. Division. to Stark In .

4i l: Brooker were In our section onet' Com.SWK at SB* W of 796 8W44of ft. Lot of NWU 1 3
day this week.LITTLE. N 816 ft. NB 608 ft. B Davis A Truby' Additionto 8 -
r 206 ft. thence B 174 ft. Starfcet NF1 Cor. of 11 of Elk 1 Dowllng Bub
8 902 ft. to beg. also Division to Btark In
land of Mra. Spark- BBU of NW<4 W of Ry'_&-tg' 6 21 A. Z. Adklns ..._...... 86.26 NW,* of SWK\ ft SWK of
Lots 8 9 of Blk. S Davis NWK __ ____29 6 21 L. V. DowllngI"1
man W of Ry. In SID, Truby'a Addition to

SPRINGS of SWK _, ---__.____28 a 21 10 Mrs. B. F. Johns ___.. ".11I Stark NE Cor. ot SBtt Lot 1 of Elk. 1 Weatherly City. Park

Lot inal 6 ..J.oo'l Stark. 2 Orig InNBK of NW'%" W of Ry. -is 6 21 J. :M. Truby ____.__.,_ 16.38 'Sub ft Carmen'Division. Addition toStarke "
3 !' Willie Ma Newsome, Cor.'Mr. Lots 1S146678A rae In SW44 of BBK__2I 6 82 J. W. Andrews __ !
of 23
8WK I 11 It
I -------- A Dew _____ 25.05 Lot on W aide of Blk. B
N of 6H Original IIN. Lot 25678 of Blkl City
'F 1, lf08WK' Star*' In NJD* J.sxBSft.oflots Jones Addition to Park Sub Division I I

and Mrs. C. L. Carter. Russell _____ 11 0 21 II. A. Bishop 12.05 Stark In SE14 of NWK Weatherly ft Carmen'eAddition

i; t and Laurie Carter attended the .ar 3 Town 4 5 of ot Blk.Stark 4 OrT-------In Lotsw 8 of 9 Walnutx: .St.N 10-ft.."<> 6 21 Bradford"* County Bank. 41.95 SWK of 8EK to\ Stark__In_28 S U Unknown _.___ 7.II

funeral of Mr. Carter's sister at NEVI" of SWK\ __ ---28 6 21 T. A. Brlnson ___ 81.05 of lots 9 13 of Blk. O Lot I of Blk. 1 City Park
Lot 1-2 of Blk. 16 Original Sub DIvlBloft Weatherlyft _
4, ? Sylvester, Ga., recently. N. J. Jones Addition to Carmen's Addition to
+ Town of Stark. "- US
Mr. and Mrs. Joe> Bevens of of 8WK _____In__.NBK__ 111 Starke In 8BM of NWK\ Btarke In 8WK of BBK_..28 5 II-E. W. Miller ____
-- 21 F. F. Stump _____ 26.05 W of Walnut 8t. is _
Com. 80 ft. 8 of NE Cor. -- -- 4 11 Unknown ____ 11." Lot 1 9 of Bile 3 City Park
J' Jacksonville, were visiting Mr. and Lot. 122166 of Bile. D
a of Blk. 17 run W 60 ft. Sub Division Weatherly
N. J. Jones Addition to
Mrs.' Owen Carter Tuesday. S$5 ft. B 50 ft. N 25 ft. Carmen'a Addition toStarke ..IS
_ is ; Starke In SID%. of NWK '
In BH of SEK of 28 6 II Mr. E. K. P.rrym.n -
to beg. Original "
Town of
'There was a large crowd at W of Walnut St. ____ ,

.6.r 1 Hellbronn church Saturday night. Com.Starke at NW In NEK Cor.\ of of Call 8WK-28 A 6 28 H. A. Bishop ____ 11.15 Lot1. -A_N"II.-1.ft of lots 4 6 22 J. :M. Alvares _______ S1.6S Lot Sub 1 of Division But 4 Weatherly City Park
Call Wafi St., 149; ft. 2 In. to a 60 of Elk to B N.Stark J. JoneaAddition In Starke* Carmen'a'In SWK Addition of 8BK28 6 II Joe Sistrunk __- UI

pt. of beg thence. N 105 8E4! of NW4! W of Walnut Lot 1234 of Blk. ABtump'

ft. W 16 ft. S 105 ft. El St. ________: ____18 4 22 J. M. Alvares _____ 17.66 Addition of to
BOATDRAIN Stark In of SEMI 1.36Lotll4667SofBlk.
16 ft. to beg. Original 8H "
Lot 6 of Blk. 1 Highway, U A 13 F. F. Stump -.-------
I town of Starke In NE44 Addition to Stark. _____IS 4 If Bradford County Bank60.75 \ .
I Miss Cherry Harrell, Cor. ot aw _____U 6 II-D. m. Knight ___ 11.40 Lot 1 of Blk. 1 Temple' to
01 Lai B Stump' Addition
E 4.H ft. 1 a of Addition to Stark InNID'A
Blk. 18 ex. 20 ft. by 46H of NWK and W35 "Stark' In SWK of 8BK__-J 6 I. F. F. Stump .-.- 1'3SLot2249730fElk.

Miss Cherry Harrell spent Sun ft. on South side sold to of NEK W orRy. _____.23 4 11 Bradford County sank61.16 .
: F. C. Holllngaworth
Wy of lot 2 of Blk. 1 T.m- ,
day morning with Miss Maggie Original Town of Htarke: Addition to Stark. C Stump' Addition toStark

Donnelly at Klngaley Lake. In Lot NID'" of SW% _28One 4 22 J.' W. Andrews101.16 RU'a \ of NW% and WMof : (n 8H of BBK :off( 0 II-F. p. Stump _u- __ US
Com. 41"H ft W of
NEK Wof Hy. -11 4 13 F. O. Hemingway. A Lot.Bl 114 eHfWliril
t Mrs. Ada" Griff and children NE Cor. of Rlk. IS A run 6 .
Lot a of Blk. 1 Temple'
W on Call St. 87 ft. 8 In.S106ft.Bllft.11n.N. P. 8. McMillan ____,. 11." 11 13 14 16 16 of Blk. D
Addition to Stark. In
Clifton and Ray spent part of the NEH4 Add US
of NWM\ and WM of NEiJ: tooN} Rtarke39 a II F. F. Stump __-
with Mr. and Mrs. Joe 106 ft. to beg. OriginalTown In SEK
-k past week W of Ry. __ _____18 4 22 Mrs. Cella Carter _._ 12.25 All block 14 In 111.1'
t of Btark In NEK\ Ga.klna.1I _
All Blk. 9 ex. atripof land 8 II L.A. Davis
A' Orlffls. '
___ __
of 8WU. __..._ Addition -
18 4 11 J. M. Alvars _____ 70.10 10 ft. a In. off N aid of
w Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Taylor and Lot S ex. lot A6 ftN A S by lot 4 A ._. all lots 667 .H acres In NW Cor. 184 of'NE"
of 8BK\ being
children of Hampton were visitor 60 of ft name nawinNBCor A Lot 7 ex. 60. T.m IP. Addition to ft. N ft 8 by 390 ft E ftfflJ Jc.----. US

a at Mrs. Rosa Grlffia' and family ft. A part of lots 4 8 ofBlk. and Starke In of NE"4 of W NWU ol 'I' _._.-___ _____*'** 8 II L. A. Da.l..
It Original Town otBtark BEY. NE34 8 ot39 A. Da.I. Jr. __- 1.1.
afternoon. S'tet: II L..
Sunday ----" 6 21 S. R. Johna ___ _
In NEK" of aw .u 6 11 IT. V. Knight ___----66.96 Lo''I--I-: 4 6 6 7""o? __ 92.15 ---
Mra. L. Boree and daughter Com. 20 1 ...
ft. S 01 NB Cor.of 4 Temple'. Addition to Myrtle boundedadison
Irene of Penney Farms were visitors Lot 6 of Blk. 16 A runW' to Stark. In NKVi\ of St.
60 ft. 8 35 ft B 50 ft. St. W by land of L. A.
: In Starke last Wednesday. N 86 ft. to beg. Original NW14 and WH of NEVi Davis, Jr. .ft N by half 11.15
Town of Stark in NEK W of Ry. ____----_-ig 4 22 IL.A, Shaver Co ___ 51.65 sea line _. ...,,,.__..___29 6 II-B. C. A C. S. Holtiendorf
Lots 17 of Blk. 7 Temple'*
.of 8WK _____--18 4 II-H. A. Bishop ..._ 41.95 Addition to Stark In Com. at SW Cor. of Madison
of ft Myrtle St*. ft runS
Renldenc lot on W .Id. NEK of NWM and WVi of
a Blk. 1* bounded by Call .{ 110 ft. W 310 ft. N 310 .
Hellbronn Springs St. B' by Btark House A R Lot.NB&f 146S7l$140 W of Ry. ..------!is 4 21 B. W. Hayes ________ 8.85 ft. to Madison Bt. thence ,'

W. H. Rivera. 8 by Mad B on said Bt. 219 ft. to Hoiuendorf US
3 icon St. A W by Court St. Blk. 11 Temple' Additionto In Qaslcln's Add. 29 6 22 B. C. A C. B.
M I** Thel-ut n..-.*. Ce>r. Stark: In NBM\ of "'
8 of SW Cor.
e4 .10. lots In NW Cor. old NW44andW44ofESSW \ Com. 110 ft. '
J. R. of Madison ft Myrtle Sts.
6.St Davis A Bon A
CrawfordCrewsMiss Richard at ex. lot sold Lot 11 of 13 Ry.-of Blk. 11 Tem--IS 4 28 M. R. LIddon ._. ....... 41.16 run 8 on Myrtle St. : '.

t Clara L. Peek Original _" Add. to Stark InNE' Ito ft. W 210 ft. N 210 ft.
Lillla Mae Crews daughterof Town of Stark In NEK Y pie's B 110 ft. to beg In Gaak- "..*
of NWU and of
%" WM ln' Add. __ __ ________ 21 6 22 B. C. .A C. 8. HolUendorf
of _
Luvllle Crews and Mr. Romey Lot SWK 1 3 of Blk 22- rif-U 4 22 Unknown ._______-108.45 NEK W of Ry. ___VemRle's _____11 4 22 Ur. P. E. Batley 'I.IIS Com.*110 ft. W of SW Cor.
Lot 13 14 of Blk.14 -
Crawford son of Mr. Bob Crawford Inal Town of Addition to Stark of Madison ft Myrtle Sta. J"

4 were united In marriage Sat LotN E44of 8WK ------it 4 22 'Geo. C. Kruae -, ,.-. 18.05 of NWVi and WVi ft run W 2l) ft. to West Sodsaid
Blk. 28 Orl.lnal of NEK: W of Ry .-38 4 22 '1'. J. Alderman moreland Bt. thence
at the home of
urday night Judge Town of Btark In NBK\ Lot 3 or Blk. 16 Temple' Bt. 420 ft. N 410 ft. ,

Geo. A. Gardiner. Their many of 8W7 ____?_____!$ 621 P. S. McMillan __ 11.05 Add.' to Stark In NBK to b... ft designated' on
Blk. 39 a* extended on ffina.y map of Oaakln'a Add. aa I.TI
a friends wish them much happi of NWJ4\ and WH of Clark 2 A Blk. _____39H 6 12 L. A. Davis Jr. -
Map ex. 8 100 ft. Aex. NEK W of Ry ..i_-____* 4 22 J. 0. Pl'8YaU __.. 11.11I
n_. a strip of land 80 ft. Lot f 9 10 11 11 of Blk. 23 1' acre In SW Cor. of S2 S
on 37 ft. SEK: of 8BK of NEK: __29 6 11 J. O. BoydMrs. ----
Mr. Roy Carter was a visitor Jo on totnB'tt'ld to L. Tempi Stark. In* NEK Addition of NWK to I acres In NBK of SEK

Lake Butler Monday.Mr. A. Davis Original Town and WH of NEK" W o? bounded B by Dawllng'a

of Stark In NBK of i By. _.. ______ 11 4 22 O. L. Peak .... Add. 8 by St. W by St. .1.OS
and Mrs. Morris Anderson -- ? Torruella .r---
29 V.
6 22 .
; N by Oaskln'a Add. __
aw"U" Lot. 11 14 of Bile. 13 T.m
4 11 J. W. Andrews _______ 4T.55
and family have moved to Law- W 4 Blk 30 aa .:"" ..ndeel i 1.'. Addition to stark S acres In 8WCor. of SEK '
: on Bney :Map .x. 8 106 In NEK of of 8BH, ft W 3 A of UK 131
1 tey after living here for a number ft. Original Town of WH. of >IBK\ W Of'\ty.U 4 22 Lois Peak Ferryman __ T.25 1, of 5074 11; 6 22 _, T. X. Alderman --

I of years. The community misses Btarke In NEK" of BWH-ls 4 22 Mrs. B. F. Johns __ 41.25 Lot 1 of Blk. 84 Temple's. One .lot of land 240 jossN&8by120yards
f them.Mr.. BH of Blk. 30 a* extended"on Addition to Stark In B&
1. d I Bnaey Map .... 8 106 NBK: of \ and W In 8B Cor. of BE* of l1.n

61 '4 Fate Brown. Kiss Thelma ft. Original Town of of NEK" W oAly. ___WH__:28 4 22 W. B. Crosby .... T.26 SEfc -...... 26 6 28 Mrs. Rachel McArthur
Rhoden. Mr. Randolph Crosby and Btarke In NEK of SWK-1S 4 21 J. ... Rouaar T ? T.25 Lot. 11 13 of Blk. 84 Tem- Com. at 8B! Cor. of 8E"4
Beg... 80 ft. 8 of'NB Cor. of '. Addition to Stark. of SBU and run W 176 ft.
Miss Pauline Green all attended Blk. 39 a* extended on tl. NWU and to W line 1 of B. W. Drlg-

.' church at Saxton Knsey. Map and run 8 91 of NP.1\Of:: of _WH gets land thence N on
Sunday nightMisses ft. W 80 Ito beg.. Orl"- Lot Blk n y. _ls 4 23 A. J. Thomas _______ 7.15 aid land ,141 ft. to .. pt.
Edna! and Peacie Djvt0 '+1-1 "'.,.....q9\ 48tarket j, *'.' lAIMItlonMo.-37 Stark Templ 4' I'' M. .tia. ft.
NIi\4:\ 01 8W !1 "wi" o"T-B.< & Jacksonville spent Sunday here ------ 4 II A. W Anderson 81.15 in. NEK of NWK" and W>

with relatives. Lot.of BWK 1367! J.of M.Blk.Johns 31 8EK Addition Lot of HID 4 64* W 1 of 11 Ry of__Blk.____87!l8 11 WI''' FronU demon .... A ft. toEthe, of pt.1111\4 of:\ ,l>.eg__,_'_4 29NH 6 22 L. A.. Davia. Jr. "S

We are all very sorry to know -______ .18 4 22 John R. MoKlnley ___ ".11I Temple'.* Addition .to, of 8W-4 of an74'et
I Lot 6 ,1 Of Blk. 1slkl( NE\4\ N of ditch 345 1111r. NII\4.o'"wl4\ acre. n --2$ 4 21 X. A.. Davis, Jr. -

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Those dignified seniors' rings
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I-LS0 JOURNAL A theme which was written bya will be here some time the latter I ..... Vera G....... Co*.

twelfth grade student after having part of this week. All the seniors

I studied the four romanticists: will be glad to show their superi Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Brannen

1.1 Irving, Bryant, Cooper and Poe. ority.When and daughter, Pauline, and :Mr. and ,,
William Cullen Bryant, the first the seniors received their Mrs. Steve Brannen and children ,l

Editor-in-Chief WHAT'S DOING IN OTHER FOOTBALL PERSONALITIES BABY TORNADOES VS. major poet of America, has gone report cards Wednesday they came of Lake Butler, were visiting at '' J

tt HOPE HATNES AMERICAN HIGH SCHOOLS LAKE BUTLER SCOUTSThe down In literary history as one ot to the conclusion that they must the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. P. ''

Editor (By Lester SchnelL) our greatest nature lovers. His start burning the mid-night oil for Galney and Mrs. J. J. Morgan, tee + !6'Y

!.t Managing ROBINSON (American Boy Feature Service). Captain Mac Davie started his Baby Tornadoes won a 12-0 poems are chiefly Inspired by this mid-term exams. spectively.Mr. .

jjLDREDGB: > high school football career at victory over the Scouts from Lake love which he showed from boy For the last two weeks most of L. O. Hacen has recently:

Exchange Editor "Cuba" for a Day Bradford High School in 1929, Butler In a well matched game herein hood. Everywhere in his poetrywe the seniors have been checking up purchased the store that wan owned -

ABBI11IURLEYLiterary! Saginaw, Mich. (ABS)-Journalism I playing tackle: under Coach Ihrig. ( Starke Wednesday, November find his joy In escape to the on their credits. This Is to let by Miss Eunice Hazen. We all

n Editor students here had a tasteof He was out of school In 1930, but SO. calmness of nature. His was not them know how many credits they wish him success In his new bust-d n+,

real newspaper work when the I back In the philosophical Interpretation of have, and also to let them know ness.
came 1931 to tackle
IIDWARDSis play The lineup: was as follows:
LUCILLE Second District convention of the I under Coach Lovell. In 1932 Cap P. WIlliams-Left end. nature given by Emerson and how many credits they do not have.SOCIETY Dr. J. M. Mann of Lake Butler M,f{ +

Sports Editor Michigan Education Association: tain Davis, now a senior, played Silcox-Left Tackle. Wadsworth, for he believed that S was called here Friday to the bed- ')

JOHN INMAN met at Saginaw in October. With guard and tackle under Coach Larson GUI-Left guard. nature teaches us to understandGod. NEWS side of Mrs. L. D. Polk, who has ,

25: section meetings to at the These nature Inspired weeks. We '": r
3 Society Editor cover enjoying one of his finest sea- Crosby-Center.. poemsare been sick for several
MAST same time, the Saginaw News asked sons. In him the Tornadoes will Edwards soothing, and their lines are Lois Long Lula Pedgrave, Martha all wish her a speedy recovery. '
JOYCE -Right guard.
teachers at Saginaw and Arthur lose a good offensive linesman: a Harrell-Right tackle.T. musical and full of gentle reverie. Brownlee and S. R. Johns: mo- II. P. Gainey and A. B. Surrencjr
Class Reporters12th High Schools to studentsto Both "Thanatapsis" and "I Cannot tored to Gainesville Friday.
assign were rs
constant threat the defense
on a
: William*-Quarterback.Klckllter .
Grade, Jennie Dunn report the sessions. Of the 18 good sport and a fighting captain Forget with What Fervid Devo- Clyde Morgan attended churchin Starke ."
I -Left half.
11th Grade Bunnla Canova, named not one failed in his task tion" reveal the early origin of Hampton last Sunday night. Mrs. J. J. Morgan and son Clarence ,
I Pitts half.CooperFullback..
e Marjorie Stump John Inman played his first sea- -Right his interest In the beauties of nature Mary Towle, an ex-B. H. S. student and sister, Mrs.) Joseph
He Grinds His Own .
Grade, Loulae Snyder visited friends In Starke this
30th son on the Tornado first string in and poetry. After reading Stewart have recently moved to {?
The Lake Butler team averaged
r 9th Grade, Hazel Lennon Fort Worth Tex., (ABSEvento "The Hurt-lean" there Is no doubt week-end. Five :Mile. ''
1930, as an end. In 1931 Coach
135 pounds, with the Tornadoes
Joke Editors grinding and polishing: the lens, Lovell moved him to the guard' that to some extent even the terrible Daisy Tompkins Is convalescingIn Church services were held at the
MORGANAN Henry J. Bruy, a student at Central following at 130 pounds. to St. Luke's Hospital In Jackson'
CLYDE position, where he played fine ball I Under the generalship of Monk aspects of nature appealed Missionary Baptist church her,
: High School: here, built his all season. In the following sea- I Bryant. "The Forest Hymn" pictures ville. last Saturday and Sunday by Rev.,
Williams and the passing attackof
ERRORWe own telescope) last summer. With son, 1932, Coach Larson shifted I Hurry Cane Cooper the Torna- the forest as a temple which Joyce Mast motored to Lawteylast G. E. McGauley.The ct"" +y,1)
the help of three friends he fin Thursday night.
of God makes
the presence rever- play entitled "The Eighteen
him to a halfback position, where
ished It In time for the The does scored their, first touchdown. I Lois Adkins went to the Ten- "
wish to state that In the spe- ecllspe. be showed well as a punter, ent. In "Sella" we find Bryant'sdelicate Carat Boob, which was presentedat
up Williams
a long run by Cooper, '
Instrument to the Pan- nessee-Florida football Sat-
from the and accurate transcriptions game the LaCrosse school auditorium ,
to the Telegraph 'passer and runner. However, after
cal carried the ball over for the
General Extension Division of the therette, school paper, is a "New- half the season passed, the Torna- marker. William failed to make of the characteristics of na- urday in Jacksonville. was a big success. Among those

ilverslty of Florida an error was tonian reflector mounted upon a does were badly in need of a strong the extra point on a line buck. ture. Bryant treats the personalityof Bunnie Canova motored to Jacksonville not on the program who attended, 'Y

u e In naming Mrs. McLendon I German typ: equatorial mounting; end, and Inman answered the calL Klckllter and Cooper started in the snow with a kinder and more last \Ve4nesday.Mary .: the play from here were Misses-

general director of the coaching In plainer words, it is built of Ford Here he created a sensation as a the second half, and started a sympathetic touch than most poetsin Pearce was shopping In Audrey Polk and Inns Prescott. Ja',1

liar state contests. The work has parts"on a concrete base four feet defensive man. In him we will lose series of successful plays that resulted his narrative poem. "The Little Jacksonville: Friday and she was Mrs. Myers, C. S. Kelley and son, rF# D

::6 divided Into several parts. high. the main sparkplug to the Tornado -I in a touchdown by Klckllt People of the Snow In Lake City Saturday. Cliff.

MIBS Jacobs has charge of the Smart, Is It Not machine.: er. But again they failed to carry Finding little pleasure In the Pauline and Thelma Priest motored .
world of men, Bryant found recreation to Jacksonville Friday af
Spelling, Mrs. Alderman will coach Minneapolis, Minn., (ABS-) the oval over for the extra marker. Spuds Johnson says that the

academic subjects and Mrs. Mc- Girls at Mary Miller Vocational Malcolm Lewis made first string In the second half the Tor- not among men, but among ternoon.Johns wise farmer, instead of trying to fds ?,
books and nature. He lived much S. R. motored to Jacksonville
IAndon In conjunction with Mr. high school here are given training tackle in his sophomore year, 1930. nadoes played a defensive game. wrest a living from his land, take< (i 11
within himself but never considered Saturday.
Gray and aU English teachers will The the offense care of his land and helps it to ,
in all steps of selling wearing Although not a regular, he occasionally blocking ability on a recluse. A pleasant touchof Lorle Kelly visited friends In kn

suptrvlse debating. apparel from wrapping to superin- played tackle and also and the defensive work of Pitts humour appears in some of his Lake Butler Sunday. produce a living and a profit for ;

tending. The) school has a "Retail guard. Lewis played good footballat was very commendable.The social addresses and occasionallyIn Essie Sapp entertained some of him.

RECOMMENDATIONS Store" where uniforms, dresses, guard In 1931 under Coach Lov outstanding linesmen were:
; his poems. In "The Hymn of her friends with a party Wednesday
hats, and other articles!! made in elL The following season, in his Crosby, Harrell, Williams and GilL the City" Bryant reveals that In night. Plant City-W. H. Holden and .

All high school pupils who have the school are sold to outside cus- senior he played first string Starke completed seven out of
a year spite of his great love for naturehe We are glad to have Tommy Ca- F. L Stroble purchased Hinson
Access to a radio next Saturday omers as well as students and guard and tackle under Coach ten passes to Lake Butler's one, could also see God In cities. To son back with us again. Grocery at 301 South !!.
1st 7:43 might profitably listen to teachers, the Vocational Crier re- Larson. Due to Lewis' immensesize and twelve first downs to three for
Bryant life seemed to be very serIous The "Soph's" are all looking for
Ijime* G. McDonald of New York ports.. we have lost one of the main Lake Butler.
and even unhappy; however, ward for a nice long Christmas
I speak on "Disarmament or Rearm- cogs in the forward wall, a good Buck Klckliter was elected to ovwKERVEoR'
What Tulsans Read he believed that If men would continue vacation. -
|unent" over WEAF, NBC national I natured fellow, and a fine sport. captain the Tornadoes.The .
Alice Mast attended J
I to struggle for the right, a show In '
|hook-up. Tulsa, OMa.. (ABS)-English officials of' the game were ,;
truth would in the end. Gainesville
triumph Saturday night.
If you are in grades five, six, students at Tulsa Oklahoma high Ivan Hazen started his career in Eldredge Robinson from Bradfordand tAl,
These beliefs are strongly broughtout Grace Adkins went to LaCrosse
Eleven or eight, get Into the spell- school recently questioned 268 persons 1930 as a sophomore, playing Wall from Starke. In "The Battle Field." Another Friday night. :
ling contest. We are going to find concerning their reading hab- .
guard and tackle. The following .
of his theories shown in "The 0 g
lout who Is the best speller )in the I Its. They found that 110 read the season he did likewise, being shift- LOW FOURTH NEWS Antiquity of Freedom" Is that the
Starke school.If front' first, 83 the comics, 26 NINTH GRADE NEWS
grammar page ed around on the line considerably.Coach '
love of freedom is as old as man- 'I
you are In the high school, see the sports page, 11 the columns Larson, having taken the Honor Roll-Billy Griffis Mel- kind. His beautiful "June" I y yP
poem Those the for last
honor roll
I tow much you can learn about and features, 8 the editorials, 6 the helm In 1932, shifted Hazen to an vin Wiggins, Eloulse Hayes, Mary explains his feeling about on ,
month 9th A Turn-
I English, World History. American ads, 5 the society and 3 the are; Peggy "
page end position. It was at this posi- Belle Howard, 'Carolyn Keen, life and points out that he has bull, Elaine Wynn; 9th B, Lois
I History Algebra or Geometry. stock market reports. Will Rogers
tion that he ended his high school Frances Overstreet, Katherine no fear of death.
Tou will have a chance to see If the most popular columnist. Judd.
J proved football career. Through Hazen's Stafford, Elizabeth Wells. Mrs.
With this store of beautiful
The ninth A class
grade keeps
iyou know these subjects better, as graduation, the Tornadoes have Herbert Hart teacher.
thoughts: it is no wonder that
Increasing In students. We started ;
1 veil, or not so well, as the high LOW THIRD GRADEWe lost a fighting team mate, a good Gladys Johnson celebrated: her Bryant could write such Immortal
lichool with twelve and now have thirteen -
pupils from Jacksonville sport, and a fine all around end. tweflth birthday Friday afternoon poetry. '
lud St. to Live Oak and We are hoping to have more P 1
Augustine Elbert
have two new pupils, with a party. Genevleve C. Kenly.FIFTii after Christmas.

[Juper. Tyler and Byron Brantley. We are Harry Tyson started his football belsla Mae Raulerson has returned N i + ,
I If you like to argue, get Into the glad to have them. career in 1930 as an end. In the ; to school after being absent 12TII GRADE HONOR ROLL a rr

I debate contest. It will be the big- Earl Johns has some back after following year he was moved to !three weeks. She has moved near GRADE NEWS t ?

[rest argument that you have ever going to school in Waldo for a the center position by Coach Lov- I Hampton Beach, but will still come !
Lucille Edwards Abbie
I experienced. The question Is: Re- month. elL Here he was always a dan- to school here. We have a bowl of gold fish in Thornton Harley, IJP TO your er la worsv ,f
Johns Genevieve
solved, "That Interscholastic Ath- Honor Roll-Billy Boulware, Edward gerous man on the defense. In I Mrs. Hart bought a new picturefor our room. Tommy Ritch brought Kenly, wonder at high tension."

jletlcs, as at Present Practiced, Is Brock, Donald DuBois, Enos 1932 Coach Larson moved him to our room Thursday. The title them, to us.Lucille Harmon Morgan,.Mildred Morgan. N. yon snap at. the wife X a
Hardenbrook celebratedher and bark at. the children.W .
(Detrimental. Hayes Othma Haynes, Lester Mc- the backfield. He starred at this of it is "Boy With a Rabbltt." tweflth of GEOMETRIC LOVE a t. e b out I Overworked

Millan, Freeman Register Billy position for a few games, but met Alex Blake was absent Monday. birthday Wednesday nerves may lead to Sleeplsssi. ;

SIXTH GRADE Turnbull, Shirley Morgan, Elva Lee the ill luck of breaking his collar Ruby Silcox was visiting in Lake last week. Here Is a little scheme or prop ....1. Nervous Headache

Honor Roll-::-:Junior Adkins Elliott, Edith Forsyth, Dorothy bone. This put him out of play for Butler Sunday. Honor Roll-Derlll Lee, Billy osition, by which you may prove ous Indigestion and a Neru's" ;{ la'

I: Harriet Green, Joyce Hayes, Rivers Hund- the rest of his high school career. Harold Bishop went to Jackson- Jackson!! Tom Mersereau, Her that you love your girl or boys: I other unpleasant. disturbance '''t:
Mary Jeanne Bou- +
Bishop, ley, Ferroll Jones, Doris Kruse, Through his graduation we lost a ville Saturday and enjoyed a movIng man Parrish, Emmett Ferryman Theorem: If you love a girl, she Why don t you try Dr. Mllaa : ;
Lora Frazee Lorraine Hart-
jvler, W. 8. Rivers Rhodes Jesss
Ralph Effervescent Nervine I
Thelma Ricks, Geraldine Silcox, dangerous man on the offense and picture show. loves you.
] mann, Gloria Johns, Mary Jane RIcks, Tommy Rltch, Juanlta Bare .Just. one In a half glass of Li H
3ertlce Silcox, Selma Thornton, defense. Sadie Prince was visiting friends Given: You love a girl. ,f
Judd, N. T. Ritch, Vernon Silcox, foot, Ruby Connor, Jean Davis, water makes a pleasant sparh ;, J .,
Betty Hardenbrook, Jacqueline and relatives in Jacksonville Sat- To prove: That she loves>> you. ti
[ Doris Strickland, Doshia Smith. Rivers lime drink delightfully soothing i 1 ,1 ,
Margaret Lowry, Mary ,
Andrews. Mrs. Grace Wainwright, One of the 1933 football questions urday. Proof: (1)) All the world lovesa to over-taxed nerves. ,
Miss Rosalind Jacobs teacher.Mrs. .
[ ,
Miss Perkins {
N. T. Ritch our room teacher.. has already arisen: Who shall Winton Sumner'has returned to Wyman.teacher. Eunice lover (Shakespeare). ((2) Your Dr. Miles' Nervine Is now }gib

I fish gave fill the shoes of Davis, Inman, Tyson school. girl Is all the world to you (evi- made In two form -Liquid and '
| large bowl. .
HIGH FOURTH Lewis and Hazen? dent). (3)) Your girl love. a lover Effervescent Tablet. Both hart,
the of November EIGHTH NEWS
Tuesday 29th GRADE
--.... e11TII HONOR ROLL (substitute 2 In 1)). (4)) You are a the same soothing effect. .y
| the girls gave Miss Jacobs a shower 1.00 at. your drug store)
' --- lover (hypotheas).
Grace Green, Goodge, B HONOR ROLL
| fruit, nuts, flowers, and candy. Vera Claire was practicing for .
Frank Hemingway, Robert Kirk- First grade n class:-Charles the chapel and Conclusion: Therefore your girl OR'M'LeS'f '
SEVENTH GRADE land, Florence Mersereau, Vernon Bunnle Canova, Gratton Cooper, Jones, Olin White, '.11'.1 J. A. Mar- loudly program: loves you. Now try to make a girl ;

'" I Nuttal, Alice Peterson, Margaret Marguerite Prevatt Alta Rhame. tinez, Jerry Bouvier, Harold Pre- Mrs. Perkins: "Vera don't play believe it. You're being it; you ; trl'e

Honor Roll-L. O. Jones!!, Patsy Pearce, and Bernice Stanley. .. vatt, Ruth Powell,, :MArjorie Davis, can; and if you can't remember )
Edmondson, Billy Long, Roswell I Fifth B O. G. Pitzer and Bartow Amco Feed and Seed Mary Esther Crews Marie Dixon, many others have failed besides : OlF
Vera: "But Mrs. Perkins this Is '
Noegel, Gracie Mable Pitzer, Billy Frankle Ritch. Edna Strickland, Store moved to corner Summerlln: Alberta Woodward, Lola Tyler. I fourte.. :you. .. CAl

Powell, Carol White. I teacher and Wilson streets Miss!! Olive Ray, teacher. .
Mrs. Perkins: Well make It thir- -
2A-Walter Taylor, Carrie Belle .
then. 1 1
Bennett Doris Griffls, Carolyn ty-five ,

1 SCHOOL DAYS I By DWIGa Green ler. ,' Ellen Mersereau, Edna .Ty- Assembly-Program Sensible Practical I ; ,

The assembly program last week GIVE GOODYEAR8 for CHRISTMAS ',
3A-R, C. Bagwell, Albert ;
9Carti i atowZepimrt was under the direction of the y Se
DOVM Brown, Edward Barnes, Marian
eighth grade home room. A copy GOOD, SAFE, LOWCOSTGOOnEAR
$ Cl1'l0S 11hYuiTarlt t iao fre0 Crews, Leon Dixon Davis Gassett. I'
of the follows
pocR / $LUdEi PDMM Robert Judd, M. C. Thomas, Sara program :
r. "
Piano Solo: 'Twas a Night InVenlce"Martlle
Bullock, L'Etta Corpenlng Betty

Green, Cleone Kinchen Louise Hemingway.
"Moo-Cow Moo" :Mil Speedway Tire
Stern. Julia Winkler Mrs. R. F.

.. Demorest, teacher. dred Brown. PkI .
':' Second grade-Joe Andrews- Song: "Dutch Lullaby"Members O.nlt Grb ,MaTab... I d

a .s "es 'I. Richard Beal, Jlmmie Griffis Doug- of Juniors Girls' Glee Club. 3014&?. ..7. 4...3 ..*! I tip
: S'f' Reading: "When Father Broke ..., .... ...< ," ''l'
1 %:" etAl Po0. t.aft: C p las Pitzer, Gloria Buford, Ida Lulu His Arm"-Katle Fugate. 4.50-30.,.... .... .... .... \

r Davis, Sara' Sewell, Carrie :Mae Piano Solo: ,Valve BleueVeraClaire ..'7 4.47 ...* f H
Stafford, Mary Dixon, Patsy Keen 4.75-19.,.,., S.X7 *.IS ...V
Barbara Snow, Dorothy Lee Johns. Robinson. I 5.0019.1.55 ,... a..s ls. l-
71a prpRlrNS Mrs. H. C. Ritch teacher. Reading: "To Big to Be Kissed"Marie ... ,... a..31 .,

.; Tison 0>.*7 1.33 r

LITERARY NEWS Skit: "Red Riding Hood UptoDate" I

tfv g IIIi Grandmother, Martile Cash Prices Free Mounting t ''

= Typewriting News Hemingway; Red Rldlnghood, ", r rt',

;. .. :Marjorie Stump made the Margie McMillan; Hunter, AI Kay Register Motor Co. ,
Carlisle ,
; highest record in typewriting for STARKE FLORIDA .
\Ii! IIIT" Reading; "Johns That Have x
last week with a total of 27 words r 1t
Been Famous in History"-Don ,
: other studentsare f. A
Plus A11..... "a Aorte per minute. Many Stllley.
t r close behind.
FCw c. MSS. +''Ikt M -pQCP.
oeue = Announcements r
'i, u9velLOv4 Believe It Or Leave It Gray. 1
)(IR'i S UTR< ,, ". ,
: 1n fIIITf'ooTPfrtTs Malcolm Lewis gave a report In Talk, 4-H Club Work-Mr, Dyer.
s. Wake Your Liver {
MlE$ history. Up Biiei
Honor Roll At Kay Carlisle
The Hampton. bus was on time.
Table Don Stllley, Irene Davis, Eula Mae
Oar Reading )
I We have a reading table in study Dyal, Andrew Taylor. Margie McMillan. -Without Calomel{
Martha Slade. Mrs. Byn-
UNE 075 hall now. Many different magazines -
N t trl um Perkins, teacher.
and the dally newspapersmay --
t SLWaet IIWSjdTNEff : be found vn the> table. This I And YonTI) Jump Out of Bed D....Me II aN testy Dull.par .... i;

Yawner felt need and ] 10TII GRADE A ..... -. I'J..e -I- ........... ,
: : 1N'ae4 supplies a long we
,err ONa pupil will avail himself in the :Morning Rarin to Go 0.. Web ap T..r.1..ak. Tie kn q n

.-, hope every Honor Roll-Audrey Carlisle, eId4*...........ywv ftmfh b M.Aim
to read current
t' % of the opportunity Leecy Fogg, Jlmmie Moore, Martha If yea feel soar and sunk and the .. ..... ..* to lilimhsa. Tar 1 '%

'- : 4:: ,.e ,1. AP0. materiaL Powell, Louise Snyder Anita world Looks punk dont swallow slot I Mho...pM lorf 4ow uA MM.TM white { '

c Walnwright. Edward Walnwright ef salts. mineral water oiL laxative. ., ..
SteNd. 9 rDra.ati 0 candy or chewing: gum and sweet Itt.krtbo.s...Sd4OARTIIBIIil17.If t '' +

eaof Clara Flume and Howard Brown HONOR ROLL, 11TH A them to make) yon uddenly uuaPaLabnIW.twe.a.ds.fbe.. ? ']j

-ati, 6aoSEBfRP1 donated books to the library. and buoyant and lull of sunshine.For towIDc trWy.*Ml*r..M.....*..."

-'' Honor Roll Ralph DuBois, Lola Adkins, Lois Long Kitty they,can't do f&., They only ""I'1Iar l -.... ....,.., Mrpl.1, sad.ebee .

3- .;... Clara Flume Jewett Fogg. Sidney Hogsed Louise Jackson, Marjorie move the) bowels) and a mere movement --w.--. II_Is

\ 0'" 1ke- Griffls. Alease Maples, J. U Mor Stump. doesn't get at the) cause. The -1dIIC t.e bS.5.w.....,. i

gas Mae Prevatt Melba Prevatt, reason for ytrar own-and-out feeling Bat aWt uk te Bwr pO*Aik Eort CwW,*

E' a ssFluxELUa SANDS OF Doris SUcox. George Silcox Allie I Some of the high school students Is your' over. It. should pour out two LlttU Utw MI.Loo*lot Ik*_ ..-. '+

MtiM't 49 Tttt Mae Slade, Mellle: Silcox, Mary Lee have been enjoying cane grinding pounds of liquid, bile Into:your bowels Hull. Unr Pen tt. n* !.*..........s and 1

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-- i to the state under this procedurebut Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Rosier Thurs- with relatives
ed treasurer, made financial report SUPT. OUTLINES PURPOSE at Gainesville
STATE PARDONING BOARD Fred C. Elliott secretary to day night. Raltord.J. zed
The president appointed Mrs.
the trustees, said many other coun- T. Marr
J. E. Wilson Mrs. L. A. Davis and -rContinued O. D WllklnBOn
iii ties are planning to follow Sara- Clarence Marr &II
It ocictyJPJ Mrs. O. L. Beasley as a committeeto ( from page 1)) tall. Wer, shore
sota's lead.Mayo's 'Lawtey to
GRAHAM Saturday,
arrange for Christmas packages task of this quintet of also otherwise refusal to take part In Business
for the bent veterans. Miss Amelia very busy, men! More than visitors bent this
I the tax sales caused the board to .. Ellen JofcnBon, Cor. Included Ed MayculDber peek
Ray, chairman of the cemetery 1200 applications, of all sorts and BIU Retd
--- refer the matter to Attorney Jack Briggs
committee, gave a report of work degrees, from men and womenchar&ed Oeo. Nightengale &lid
CLUB TO MEET WEDNESDAY ford, Mary Lee Stafford, George done at Crosby cemetery and also and sentenced for every Cary D. Landis for an opinion Conway-Fogs MarriageThe J. Lord.

t I Powell, Mary Francis Powell, Ruth told of plans of work to be done ata imaginable Infraction .of the law, : on whether the deeds may be Issued friends of Miss Lillian Fogg Miss E. Ricks B H RIcks

The Woman's Club of Starke Powell, Florence Mersereau, Ed- later date. coming from all sorts of homes without the commissioner'ssignature. will be Interested to learn of her Carson Grlffi 'were visitors&lid

will hold their regular monthly ward Harold, Harold Johnson, Ellen The chapter was much pleasedto and from every i,station, In life, marriage to George E. Conway of Starke Tuesday. to
meeting: at the club house Wednesday Mesereau and J. A. Martinez. welcome as a new member,, well-born and >humble, old and Mayo held up issuance of a $20- Palatka, which was aolmenized Mrs. N. T. Green and chiM

I afternoon at 3 o'clock. A delightful Mrs L. F. Chapman, of the State i young, single and married, sick 000,000 Everglades drainage dis- Nov. 29 by Rev. H. W Tucker, of Starke spent Tuesday here vttb t

s { ', Christmas program has CIRCLE NO. 1 HAS Farm, who brings a demit from and well. Applications presentedby trict bond Issue proposed by former pastor of the Baptist church of relatives and 'were accomPlDled

,t "ti ) been arranged for this meeting, SPEND THE DAY PARTY Stonewall Jackson Chapter In De- lawyers, friends wives, husbands Governor John W. Martin by refusing that city. They will make their home by her mother, MrT H. C.

and the great grandmothers and ---'- Land. ; mothers and sisters, sons to sign the bonds. home in Palatka. Wlmberly for a few days vlait

,r grandmothers of Starke are to be Member of Circle No. 1 of the During the social half hour, :MJUs\ and brothers, from this and many Miss Martha Dryden attended -

honor guest All members are Baptist W. M. S. 'enjoyed an all Beatrice Miner favored the comr other States. x x x i MEMORIAL SERVICE church at the home of Laster Al- .. -

urged to be present. day meeting held at the, home eoZ pany with an Instrumental solo. What Is the purpose of the par HELD AT PRISON len of Mounteocha Saturday night.

Mrs. W. J. Epperson Tuesday, I Mrs. Miner and Mrs. Roberta! don board? Was the constitutional Miss Delma Surrency left Sun- I

WK-LAKA SEW CLUB MEETS A variety garden flowers were served a tempting salad course to provision which" established !t a Approximately 100 Elks of Lake day for Tampa. I ATLASI

WITH MRS. A. W. ANDERSON used In decorating the home' for the following guests: Mesdames wise one 7 Did the founders of the City and their wives were guestsof Riley Wasdln Fred Johnson and i

this informal gatherln.- ..The day O. L. Beasley, A. Z. Adklnn, J. EL State's fundamental law create an Supt. L. F. Chapman of the Harvey Starling of this place, and

Members of the> We-Laka sew was spent In sewing on articles for Wilson, E. K. Perryman, S. E. egregious blunder to set at naught State Prison Farm Sunday eve- Louie Dempsey of Louise made a I. The Standard

club were entertained by Mrs. A. the Christmas bazaar, and'at ,the Brownlee, E. S. Matthews, L. A. the edicts, of justice or did they ning, when a ;joint memorial ser business trip to Brunswick, Ga., Oil

Sis W. Anderson Tuesday' afternoon noon hour a delicious'unch on Davis, J. M. Brownlee, L .F. Chap- provide the way for the betterment vice for departed members was Wednesday. Tire GuaranteedOne
r ,.I } at her home. was enjoyed. man, O. L. Haynes, W. L. Wall, of-public affairs? In a word, held In the large auditorium of the Mr. and :Mrs. Leroy Wasdln and

a, fr- Yellow and white chrysanthemums Those spending the day were!! :: ,J. W. Andrews, Misses Madge Mid- does the pardon system help or prison at 6 o'clock, attended by an Mr. and! Mrs. George Conway of YearFrigidaire

)' f+ t and roses prettily arranged Mrs. J. M. Brownlee, Mrs. J. D. dleton and Amelia Ray. hinder the ,orderly course of justice audience of 1500. In addition to I Palatka, Miss Inez Dempsey of

t about the large living room formedan Goodman, Mrs. A. M. Darby, Mrs.J. i ? Lake City delegation, there were I Louise, Riley Wasdln. Mr and Mrs
H. Flits Mrs. J. E. Wilson, Mrs. ....... ......
etrective'setting for the party. MISS JANE ADAMSOF The purpose of the pardon boardis 100 other visitors present.L. C. B. Roberts and Mrs. Chesley
At the close of the afternoon pleasantly A. F. Murrhee, Mrs. P. M. Bare- TAMPA TO WED fourfolltto' correct errors or F. Chapman, the prison superintendent Fogg and children of this place

rtlN" rq, spent In sewing and cards, foot, Mrs. W. M. Mundy, Jr., Mrs. REV. LAURIE 0. RAY, Injustice give human beings and president of the were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs.
the hostess served a tempting salad E. C. Priest, Mrs.1, Joe Edwards, chance to start again when the State Elks' Association, waa the II. D. Wasdln Sunday,sight-

+ t course. The next meeting will Mrs. O. C. Meadle, Mrs. Clark, Announcement was made No- right time has come, to disciplineby memorial orator. In his address, Among those who were In Hamp-
be with Mrs. L. E. Moseley Tuesday Mrs. S. F. Hamrick, Mrs. W. H. he stressed ton Friday were: Will McEver,
,tR1 Sol t' vember 29th, of the engagement of means of mercy, and to holdout the four cardinal principles -
at the home of Mrs. W. C. Andrews, Mrs. R. A. Thomas and Staten Morgan Mr, and Mrs. R. the three
Miss Jane Adams, 1010 East Pow- hope 'lest hopelessness drive I of Elkdom-charity, justice, year guar-
Manning. Miss Pearl Jordan. Dr. O. P. hatan Avenun, Tampa, to Rev. I otherwise valuable lives to bitter brotherly love and fidelity.EVERGREEN. M. Johnson and daughters, Ellen I
Raymond was guest for lunch. ., anted electric
Laurie O. Ray, of Green Cove I ness and despair. e and Madge. refrigerator .

''I CAROL WHITE ENTERTAINS e springs, son or -Mr.\- ana Mrs.\ L-*, c.- New evidence sometimes provesa .

1{ J ON BIRTHDAY JULIAN PEEK ENTERTAINSWITH Ray, of Dunedin at a salamagundiparty man Innocent-evidence not I

DANCE given by Miss Katherine available at the time of trial. The HIGHLAND

4 ;f Carol White, who wall thirteen Hunt of 1008 East Powhatan Avenue pardon board can review a case
1 '7 years old Wednesday, entertained The Woman's Club was the scene at the home of the bride- which the courts cannot reopen. Mr, F. A. Roller Cor. M. E. Crews, Cor. For sale bySmith's

'' ;> a party of friends in the afternoon of a delightful'affair Friday eve- elect's parents, Mr, and Mrs. JohnL. Most men in Ralford sooner or
E", } at the home of her parents, Mr, ning when Julian Peek, son of Mr. Adams. later reach the, great decision Mr. and Mrs. Cohen Peele spent

tai{ 1 1 and Mrs, O. W.. White and Mrs. J. L. Peek, entertainedwith Since the marriage will be sol which means the turning of the Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Maxie Carter and

},t The young hostess received numbers a dance. emnized December i7tb! at red and ways for a whole life time; the Mrs. Ury Reddish at Wateroak.Mr. children attended the dog races.,at Service

of lovely gifts after which The club house was tastefully green motif, in anticipation of the pardon board may act at this junc- and Mrs. J. R. Quinn were Orange Park Saturday night. I
};n 1 games were played on'the lawn. decorated with fall flowers In vivid Christmas season, was achieved by ture and so turn the stream of a visiting their daughter at Palm J. E. Newton of Starke was

,4 t' ( i The guests were Invited Into the shades, and at a late hour; delicious bouquets of poinsettias and red life that otherwise would be a total Valley Friday of last week. transacting business In this section StationStarke

living room, which was decorated refreshments were served the tapers and a flower decked tablein loss., It is possible, to''extend Mr and. Mrs. Bryant Reddingand Monday.Mrs. I
4 with narcissus and ferns, and listened guests by the host's mother,' Mrs. the dining room held many clemency and reach,some who oth- daughter of the State Farm W. J. Hard e and children

p? to a program of music. Mrs. J. L. Peek and Mrs. ,Hamilton white streamers to which were at-: erwise could,, remain1 nothing but were visiting his mother Mrs. H. visited F. M. Crews and family Fla.

; O. W. White and Miss Dorothy Ritch. Dancing was enjoyed tached cards bearing the engagement misshapen misfits|n,,a, highly com- T.' Redding Friday Wednesday enroute to their homeat I
White served Ice cream and cake throughout the evening. news. plicated social<<\eri.; this the pardon A number of people' from Evergreen Hllllard after a two week's visit ...
to the thirteen The guests were: Misses Ellen were visiting Gerow Sappin
guests present The bride, a native Tampan, a -board 'may jdo.TO keep the
Wiggins and Bobbie Conoly, Green graduate of HiUsborough High flame of hope burning, at least the Marr Hospital at Starke

EASTERN STAR MEETINGAt Cove Springs,*Edith Wiggins, Key- School, a member of the JI.:A. K; faintly, for the 3100 wards of the last week. Gerow was accidentlyshot BOREE & GIDDENS

stone Heights Dot Hitch Lois Club and Morntag-Muslcale, State", under the,prison division who while bird'hunting on november -
a regular meeting of the Order Long Lillian Sternberg, Lula Red- 28th.
i Is a talented pianist. Many so otherwise would live in the black- Funeral Directors
t. of Eastern Star Monday night grave, Martha Powell, Lois Ad- cial functions are being planned la ness of such midnight, as few Mesdames Marlon' and Andrew
at the Masonle Hall, the following kina, Bunnie Canova, Leila Dea her honor. can Imagine,' isno inconsiderable Crews of the State Farm spent COURTEOUS SERVICE-PHONE 6-0304.
officers were elected for the ensu Andrews, Clara Louise Peek, Es- Thursday with Mrs. Marlon Crews'
Her,fiance, pastor of the Green thing; this the pardon board can
6 Funeral complete Including a nice) casket, Cadillac Hearse, embalming
ing : telle Kendrick Ruth sister, Mrs. H. T: .
year Sternberg, do Redding.Mr.
Methodist church so thous-
Coce Springs doing keeps covered
device tent and earth
'4 Mrs. E. W. Hayes, Worthy Matron Annie Mae Pearce, Patsy Brinson, ands of hearts from and Mrs. Roy Saunders and lowering green
born In Jacksonville. He'attended becoming ill of
was around the at cost of One
) ) Everthlng complete a
; Mr. E. W Hayes Worthy Rosalind Jacobs, Margaret Williams fatal children and Mrs. Maggie Forsythof grass grave.
school in Starke for several a malady.
I, Hundred Dollars Funeral Pal
all Visit
{ Patron; Mrs. W, J. Epperson, Associate Genevieve Kenly, Mrs. Her. Is this Jacksonville, were visiting B. E. equipment new. our
Matron Mr. Lorenzo years and later taught here, but consistent with justice? Rosier and mother Ion and show room 89, 87. 89, 91 Riverside Avenue,Jacksonville: ,
bert Durden Montlcello
; Dorothy Monday.
t ; Here is
has lived in Dunedin most of his a question of such magnitude -
.; GreeD, Associate Patron; Mr. C. A Kirkland and Mary Towle; Jack Mr. and Mrs. J., M. Rosier and Fla. Casket display and show room near depot at Bennett'sWarehouse
life. He graduated in theology at as to give, pause. But one .
I' ,, Starke, Fla., also ambulance service.i
) Futch, Secretary; Miss Lillie Mc- sonville; Messrs. Charles Darby fact remains clear-real children and W. H. Rosier and
Emory University, where he became justice Is
;, t' ;' Rae, Treasurer; Mrs. Edna Hart, Merrill McMillan, A. E. Wall, S. R. remedial. It does son, of Gainesville, were visiting i
a member of the Sigma Chi / not kill, It..up
Conductress and Mrs. Della Hoover. Johns, 'Robert Chaplin, Herbert Fraternity. lifts. It does n t :abandon to extinction - Associate Conductress. These ,Stevens. Harry Tison., Eldredge .
it corrects and repays in ,
d4 r with the appointed! chairman, will Robinson, Junior McDonald, Milton ever shining coin..' If Justice is another -
be) Installed at the first meeting In Brownlee, Billy Graham Billy W. M. S. CIRCLE MEETS t name for
punishment, then
January, Parker, John Inman Eldredge, SURPRISE: PACKAGES SOLD England was right two hundred'
1 o) Smith Lester Price -
,ljl GLADYS JOHNSON GIVES Henry Chambliss, Glen Wood, Paul The theme of the worship, ser were years ago punishable"forty-eight with death.crimes If

'>g i BIRTHDAY PARTY, Moore, Jim Ritch. Trammell Smith, vice for the Woman's Missionary justice is protection and correction,
Society of the Methodist church
Sydney Causey, Ralph Hoffmeyer,
then Florida Is with
p right only two
Gladys Johnson, entertained a Mason Tison and Edd Fortner, was "Jesus, the Light of the crimes punishable with death.
number of her young friends Friday Gainesville. World," and the lesson,was an Im-, ,
ry afternoon at her home with a presalvo_ Christmas message. The 'There-the are side two that great sides to justice the i g> STORES E-ZDK
birthday party. MRS. MINER AND MRS. circles met :Monday afternoon and social order from undue
+ Baskets filled with autumn fol- ROBERTS ENTERTAIN U.D. C. after the program there was a sale its tamperingwith
rights, and the side that
lag 7 marigolds arranged In vases of surprise packages for the benefit protects the individual
and adorned the home United of the local work. un-
r pot plants The W. T. Weeks Chapter. -
I for this happy occasion. A merry Daughters of the Confederacy, The Harriet Peek; Circle, was entertained : due lass of his rights,the loss of '
which makes life worth the & 10
for and December
-h time was had by the guests in met Wednesday afternoon In Law- by Mrs. Sam Anderson living.. Society protects Itself Specials Friday Saturday 9

) 614L playing outdoor games, and at the toy at the home of Mrs. Effle Min and Mrs. Pearl Snyder, at, the laws by
it is true
,' but it best
close of the afternoon they were er, with Mrs. Miner and Mrsv Geo. home of the former. :Mrs.J, H. itself ; protects .
.J served a sweet course by the hostess' W. Roberts as hostesses. Ritch, circle leader, conducted the of by'Btlnralatlng a sense Plain-FLOUR-Self-rising Milk Plee-Zing tall
'r "; mother, Mrs. Johnson and The living room of'' this spacious devotional service and :Mrs. E., 1C loyalty..whlclT' holds' precious ,

At.. Misses Nancy Clark and Dorthea home was brightened with Ferryman'read a paper on "World and the rights the individual of both'the1'Vhlch'social order Plee-Zing' 6 Ibs. 19c; 12 Evaporated, can __ ______5c

?. Cooke, Orangeburg, N. Y, Favors Missions and World Peace Dur loyalty
roses, polnsettlas and other,winter is far better than Ibs. 34c; 24 lbs. 64c
any code of laws. -------
..4 were given the guests present, who blooming flowers. Mrs. 'J. .M. ing the social period the hostesses 15c
This \ Meal Grits 10 Ibs.
loyalty thd" _____
v ;4 were: Jimmy Click, Alice Click, Brownlee presided, Ml.-JWadg-e' served a sweet course to the mem fosters pardon board Rambler, 6 Ibs. 17c; 12 or ,

t Ruth Click, Orangeburg, N. Y., Middleton acted as secretary,'-and bers present. and this-- loyalty makes 29c 24 Ibs. 53c

:, :, Mary Bell Howard Katherine Staf- Mrs. J. E. Wilson, the newly elect- Mrs. E. M. Johns was hostess to mercy So when consistent you read'with that justice the ; '------ Potatoes, 10 Ibs. ________ tSc
J .., the Noble White Circle and the par

_ ,. Miss worship Amelia service Ray was, who'conducted' used the by dred don board and has fifty granted applications one hun for COFFEE Plee-Zing

_ Bible lesson telling of the visit of clemency, please remember that Plee-Zing Vac. can ------ 30c Com. Beauty Soap _, Cak
+ Do You Know? .., I this is -the result'of cool calculation __
the wise men to see Jesus and, '
based on of Sword Santos Blend pkg. 19c Helth :
years experienceand
It1u stressing the verse "When they Soap -.

_ 1 saw the star;'they'rejoiced" with fifty be in glad the opinion that: one of hundred five capableand and Fresh Ground, lb. ___...;___ 15c H. Water Castile Soap 5c
exceeding great joy. Taking a
thought 1 have
men paid
_ part on this Christmas
were Mesdames A. Z. Adkins program,' L. their price I'suffering' and been Onions, 3 Ibs. _________-- lOc Salad Dressing pints _____ ISc
it .. given 'a new start In which Is '
__ C. Prescott, Dora Sullivan, T.: Olson tOe
_ I hoped wilt be lives Chili Con Carne can ___
__ exemplary ,
E. M. Johns and W. E. Mld- Fancy Long Grain RICE the future. : 25c
dleton. A feature of the afternoon Tomatoes, 4 cans.for ____
the Christmas It is your opinion some of the 5 Ibs 15c
was inspiring songs --- ---------
pardons should not be granted. Tomato 'Soup, 2 for ____-. I
led by Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, who also Are you firm tactile convictionthat )
__ sang as a solo "0, Come All Ye
some have been'' overlookedwho lOc
Faithful" 5 Ibs. -21c SARDINES 3
'W as accompanist.Mrs. with.:Mrs. to. M Johns Please should remember'have that their the'pardonboard pardons 7 Sugar, cans ___-- '.

J. W. White dlscu sed'theleaflet
l+i ,. + entitled "World Missions can only do Its beet If mis- Lard, 2 Ib. pkg. 15c; 4lbs. 28CPancake
takes be made made inhonest'effort PI Z. -
and World Peace," and Mrs., W. B. they are ee- 109
to maintain '
the delicate
r Parks reviewed the bulletin of mis- Ib. 28c
t sionary news. Mrs. A. Wood was balance between justice and ,Flour, 2 pkgs. _.._ ISc Butter, Pure Creamery,
mercy. Limitations of time and
in charge of the sale of Buckwheat pkg. lOc
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space as well as the sometimes ISc
f packages amusement, which and also afforded satisfactory much faulty representations that are Wheat Cereal, 28 oz. pkg._ 19c Fresh Smo k Sausage, Ib. _

; made by over-zealous friends
t or
r financial results. enemies furnish 'almost Fresh Pork Hams Ibs. 12 1 jc
A; x : Dung; the social period the hostess barrier. To expect that Impossible Raisins, Seedless 1-2 lb. pkg. 5c
assisted and Misa by Kate Mrs.Struth A. W.serv Anderson mistakes would be made' !la as Pecan Halves Meats, cel. bag 5c Boneless Beef Roast, lb. __ Igg

sandwiches and hot tea to the like hopeless to expect clay to shine Prunes (New Bulk) 2 Ibs. 13c
Inthe ..mainIt
twenty-two guests present.' must be freely known that the Pale Dry Ginger'Ale, T-Bone &'Sirloin Steak, lb. 22c
i benefits of the pardon board. establ -
24 bottle--------- ISc
SPONSOR ELECTED ':bed by the Constitution', oz. Round Steak, Ib. ______-_J5SBest
the State of Florida ,,Mve been
The Bradford County committeeon amazing. It has corrected: manyan Ib 8c
Matches 3 lOc Grade White Bacon,
arrangements for California unintentional injustice' and held pkgs -, -
Day In Gainesville Dec. 11, has out lively hope'''for a" rewarQ for ,
announced I 'the election of Miss good endeavor, "*.1(1 f No. 1 Sliced Breakfast

Basel resent Middleton the county as in sponsor the rep MAYO- HALTS SALE. SALT, 2 pkgs. __________ 5c Bacon, Ib _______--- lgg ,

Plans are being made to entera OF BID INLAND: '

... selected eral float other in to the ride young celebration In the women parade.and will sev be (Continued; -from page 1) A. H. GREEN J?, ',W. WHITE, & SON

collected and property restored to .

tl v the paying aide of,, the tax books. PHONE 80 SEEDS, FEEDS, POULTRY REMEDIES

rAT In the course of years, silt and; whirled around by BIRTHS "If we depend on voluntary contributions -
t / streams gouge great pit. In the face ef many parts e* the, ( for the support, of the Hardware, Farming Implements
f Canadian Rocky Mountain? These eavltfea. like that ehowrt In the Mr. and Mrs.. Lacy Conway, government we won't get much NEW MEAT MARKET Calf Phone 62BVC
photograph, are known as pot-holos. The 'Indian, not knowing thereason Starke boy December.'1.' money" Governor Carlton,said. 115 W. Street -

y 1 w for thorn, hold them In groat superstition/ and would not venture Mr. and Mrs. O. ,L,Thornton. So far only one Florida county-I

Into thou area-* whore--thoy-wore- most- common. --, Lawtey boy December 2. S&ruota-baa: re'tumed property

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i! Mrs. A. Z.
Adklns and :
faring my mother something. of maIL and a Woodman. -

Adkins spent Saturday Marie DuBols. Do You Know? Congenial and kindly and,pos w,, '
day! in Jacksonville, ) That 19,937,684 letters wenltothe sessing a pleasant personality Mr. -

Bits of' they attended the Brooker, Fla.'Dec. 6, 1932. dead letter office last year r ". Hagan had hundreds of frleDds'1n
see football game ( ) Dear Santa! That 428,003: parcels did likewise : this city and section who will be

; )" Please bring me a little car a ? shocked and grieved at news of his
Mrs S. H. Blitch, ; mouth harp, a pistol and some That 100,000 letters go Into the death.

IDeal-r Butch and children ; fruit and please "bring my two lit mall yearly In blank envelopes? Surviving are his widow, four .
!and Mrs. S. E. Brownlee tle sisters a doll and carriage each. That about $100,00 In cash la I daughters. Mrs. W. C. Poesy, Bias -' '
ner guests of Mrs. H. L. I am seven years old and in the found annually In misdirected 'et- Annie Laurie Hagan Miss Elizabeth v

Concerning Oar People Business and Friday. ; second grade. Yours truly, I tars i!. Hagan and Mrs. S. A. May ; '

Progress of the County and Town. : : L. C. Kelley. That only about 70 per cent of all of Valdosta; one son, Bolivar IY ;,,Nt
:. Dr. and Mrs. Geo. this can be delivered? Hagan, also of Valdoata; one } Yt

Margaret Lowry and ; : Starke, Fla., Dec. 3, 1932. That $20,000 worth of postage brother, T. M. Hagan of Hampton.,
,'Christy were dinner : Dear Santa ClausiI stamps is found in similar fashion? Fla; two sisters, Mrs. J. E. Ousley
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REPORT Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Mitchell were and Mrs. Truman ; saw your letter in the paper' That $4,000,000 In checks, drafts, of Miami, and Miss Ida Hagan of
WEATHER visitors la Jacksonville City Sunday I I have been on the honor roll each and money orders go there every There 8&, Fla., and five grandchil
Tuesday, ; month this term. I am In the third year tThat dren. ?
I compiled'by Stake branch, I
1 u Beautiful Humming ; grade! I am eight years old. We Uncle Sam collects about
-. Forestry Service Col. and Mrs. D. E. Knight 69c at Stump's Xmas ; will cook you a cake. I.would like J83,000: a year In postage on dead -
Week[ ending Deo. 8, 1 1932. spent Wednesday In Jacksonville. ; for you to bring me a bicycle letter mall t I will lift up mine eyes unto the>

Max. Mln.M Preclp. :Xmas. I would like a football too. That .It', costs about $2,000,000 hills from whence comsth my help: r
61 29 AU kinds of bargains-,Stump's Meeting of Woman's ; ''I would like a mouth harp and yearly to, look up addresses on mis -my help cometh from the Lord It' ""t
35 Tuesday, December 14 -fn
69 'mall which made Heaven and earth. He
Xmas Sale. some marbles and candy and fruit. directed '
J 72 88 John Uglow. The ; Bring Pete he's four, some toys. Do'yi/\ know that this vast sum will not suffer thy foot to ; '

71 48 Mrs. E. E. Johns and Mrs. I.. A. gram will be In charge" ; Bring Betty she's two, some toys. could be saved and the dead letter be moved, he that ke peth the, -i'yr
I 73 47 M. Davis. Topic, will not dumber.
Reynolds visited In Alachua Sunday Bring me an air rifle. office abolished if every man put .
8 70 48 Your friend. his address "In the upper lefthandcorner" -Mr H. D. May.
41 The annual
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light service of this
CoL D. E. Knight and CoL H. V. .
Deae good Interwoven Bocks. S Knight attended court in Lake held on Sunday, MRS. MARY JANE GREEN FORMER THERKSSA MAN FLORIDATHEATRE
for $1.00. Quality Store. Butler the first of the week. Sunday preceding ; KILLED IN ACCIDENT [
at 5 o'clock p. m. A ,
; Mrs. Mary Jane Green died're'' -
I judge A. Z. Adkins Is attending Interwoven Socks, new patternsIn estlng program is being cently at her home In Jackson- Word was received in Theressalast

Ut in Lake Butler this week. Christmas boxes. Quality Store. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. vllje at the age of fifty-six, follow Friday of the death of B. H. GAINESVILLE FLA. !-', '
Ing a brief Illness. Mrs. Green was Hagan, a former resident, who
Cot J_, Frazee spent :last Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Epperson of family, wrhaver been born la Starke but had lived In lived at Valdosta! Ga. Mr. Hagan WEEKLY PROGRAM
Starke for several
ursday in Tallahassee. ,motored to Jacksonville Thursdayand Jacksonville for the past thirty- was born and reared In Theressa
spent the day. Saturday, for Lake City eight years where she was a mem- and had many friends. and relatives I THURSDAY & FRIDAY"IF
heir home. The
I you should see SUsrnberg's dls- have ber of the Patriotic Order of in the community who were sad- I HAD A BULLION"
many friends here,
of toys. Dr. and Mrs. J. B. Burns of Ft. to America and the Baptist church. dened by his death. With 4
1 r I regret learn of their
White, were guests Monday at the She took a very active part in the The Valdoata Times gives the Gary Coopur, Jack Oaklet Chan arRuggles.

Dr, and Mrs. O. L. Haynes and home of Mr. L. V. Moore: Mrs. George W work of both organizations. following account of the death: taro Raft Wyane alb

ll 1M Sarah Hope Haynes spentday tend a tea and literary Mrs. Green Is survived by her Valdosta, Dec 3.-Falling from lIOn, W. C. Field
In St. Augustine. Before going to Kress' see the the American widower, Samuel J. Green; her a freight 'car which had been un- -
toys at Sternberg's. father, Henry Sapp of Starke; six coupled from Southern Railway SATURDAY- f
! stump' Xmas Sale Is now ont which verslty Women, on daughters, Mrs. Edna LieU Stokes, freight train No.; 62 on a siding Zuno Grry'tt ;
Miss Rowena
bargains In Starke. Miss Myrtle Oils Crump of Tampa will l Mrs. Gladys M. Livingston and the near Edith, Ga., Mr. B. H. Hagan, "WILD HORSE !MRHA" '
entertain at her
was the guest of Misses Ethel St., Jacksonville.Mrs. Misses Julia M., Doris, Josephineand 202 Cranford avenue a flagman, WithRANDOLPH
Illr. and Mrs. C. A. Futch and and Amy Moore Saturday. Juanita Green; two sons Wll- wall almost\' Instantly killed this SCOTT AND t

V. and Mrs. O. M. Slstrunk were L. lam S., and Nelson Elmo Green of morning, tie was 64 years of age. SALLY BLAINE 'y
A. Davis. Mrs.
Jacksonville Tuesday. Mrs O. J. Griffin of St. Augus- king Jacksonville; also four sisters, Mrs, A'' car bad been uncoupled from '
g Mrs.
O. L..
Beasley Monday On the
tine, was the week-end guest of E. Wilson, Mrs. F. S. Ncrman, Mrs. Ella Hazellp, the train which was la charge of ( Stage) '
I a. and Mrs. E. I.. Biggs attend. her daughter, Mrs. E. X* Biggs. Mrs S. E. Brownlee Mrs. Annie Alvarez and Mrs. Mattie Conductor' F. Connell and En- "BITS OF BROADWAY HITS' #
football gineer W. W. Taylor and Mr. Hag -
Ithe Florida-Tennessee Matthews, Mrs. J. M. Flinigan, and four brothers, ''
eln, Jacksonville Saturday. I Mr.'and Mrs. Paul Canova spent Mrs. O. L. I Fred Jacob 'Benjamin and William an was riding on It on the siding. On the Screen ; ?'

Wednesday afternoon In Jackson Wall, Mrs. J.Haynes W. Sapp, all of Starke, and two He fell from the top of the car and "ONCE IN A LIFETIME" ;
[Cordon HOM In all new shade ville., ; rrandchlldren. two of the wheels rolled over part With JACK OAKIE
Amelia Ray and Miss .
of his .
i' body.Conductor
Store.I Hi..i. e
Me, 950. Quality
III i,
dleton In
Outing 60 per yard. Stamp's POSTMASTER ASKS PUBLIC, Connell was the first
I; Pat Whitaker of Tampa, was Big Xmas Sale.! the afternoon W. T. Weeks attending a TO SHOP AND MAIL EARLY to reach him after the accident Lee Tracey and Mary Brian
Starke several days the first of Mr Hagan said to him: "It ran In"BLESSED rt;
i at the home of Mrs. Effle
i week. Mr. Ben Peacock of West Palm Postmaster Jeannette C. Young over me and I'm going to die." ,EVENT"' "' "

Beach, was the guest of Misses OSCAR R. has announced that all city and He died almost Immediately after DECEMBER lSth-17th 1 ,
J Mrs. A. S. Crews and Mrs. C. H. Edna and Carrie Hutto Saturday. rural carrier deliveries and window uttering these words.
Mr Hagan bad beenan employe The Picture You're Bern Walt;; A i apI
will ,
|uworthy motored to Jacksoni Oscar service be suspended on Christmas s'
R. Strickland, a
Tuesday and spent the day. Mrs. Freeman Johns spent the Starke, died at the Day and the following Mon of the Southern Railway for more

week-end with her parents, Mr. pital at Lake City day. Consequently every effort than SO years and was regardedby d'iiotel"
I Bargains in Dresses at Stern- and Mrs. J. W. Townsend in Lake should be directed toward mailing officials as one of Its most cap 1
Ing an Illness of several
c'1 i 21t Anniversary Sale. Butler. Christmas matter early. able and faithful men. About 18 ,
Mr. Strickland, who was "h
During the holiday time the vol- years i ago he came to this city With r
old, had made his
lire. E. M. ,Johns left Tuesday Mrs. N. T. Ritch Mrs. C. N. years Jacksonville since 1918 ume of mall increases approxi- from Lake City Fla. He was a JOAN CRAWFORD GRETA t' ,

|at Montlcello for a several days Christy Mrs. Geo. H. Lowry and number of mately 200 per cent. It Is a physical member of the Brotherhood of GARBO JOHN BARBYMORE, -"

J..ith Mr. T. B..Massle. Margaret Lowry were visitors in with the Jacksonville years was Ice Impossibility to handle this Railway Trainmen, a member of LIONEL DAKRYMORE, WAL ,' t ? ,
+ JaCksbtivlue--Sattn': :---'" great mass of mall matter efficiently St. John the Baptist Lodge No. 184, LACE BEERY :'

|Dt:::;Mrs. C.:;. Whltaker of ber Storage of'Solomon Company.Lodge He and promptly within a few a member of tha Baptist church ._ :,

State Farm, were guests Monat -1 Give Shirts for Christmas. Each & A. M., the Scottish I days. Therefore to assure delivery I ,
the home of Mr. and Mrs. In attractive gift box. Quality I and was a World War of Christmas presents, cards and

1 W. Alderman. Store. He la survived by his : letters by Christmas Day the public -

Mrs. Mazle Strickland; his ,; should< shop and mail early.
away free Sat- Mrs. C. N. Mrs. N. T. The attention
Dolls every : Christy Mrs. Myra Kite' and of late mailers is TIP TOP
y night at Sternberg's. Bitch and Miss Madge MIddleton Mrs. Maggie Anders called to the fact that only special
attended the theatre In Gainesville snair'will)
Ruby McKinney of Starke delivery be delivered on i
)Mrs C. O Arendell returned to Friday night.. brother, N. J. Strickland Christmas day and the day fol-

a home In Lakeland Tuesday ate pa. lowing. Remember that special "
it week's visit with Dr. and Mrs. Mrs. T. J. Griffin, Mrs. J. H. Interment was In delivery mail, Including parcels,,
I.L Haynes. Ritch, Mrs. J. C. Hoover and Mrs. green Cemetery : Is not' only delivered Immediately
R. S. Fernandez were In Palatka noon. upon receipt at office of address,, GROCERY".SUGAR

)Mr., and Mrs. C. A. Knight ateoded Friday as guests of Mrs. H. C. but is distributed, handled, and

the Florida-Tennessee foot- Richard. "GRAND HOTEL"_ INJACKSONVILLE transported with the same expldt-
all game In Jacksonville Satur- AT ion as first class mail.

1: Ties make welcome gifts. The ADVANCE IN You may send parcel post matter
-- Quality Store has aU new colors weighing up to 70 pounds and '

Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Canova and and patterns.' Greta Carbo, John &II'. large as 100 inches in length Butter

taghter, Mary Ann, of Galnesiffla Joan Crawford, Wallace > and girth combined. Be sure the Creamery t
spent Sunday at the home of Mrs. Herbert Durden and small Lionel Barrymore. Lewis address Is written plainly In Ink on F
Hn.E. E. Canova. daughter, Betty Jo, of Monticello, Jean Hersholt. each parceL Also remember that Slbs.20c i'r
are spending this week with Mrs. What magic those return card should be placed In : Pound - 25c

Ow rack of rain coats for ladles Durden's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. wrought In the the upper left corner of every piece

.4 girls, almost given away atStrap's H. Ritch. Vlckl Baum's sensational

Xmas Sale. play, "Grand Hotel" Yellow Onions Maxwell '
Rev. W. F. Jones went to Jacksonville the Florida in NOW YOU CAN SEE IT AT House

Ura. J. W. Morgan was called to Wednesday to attend the day where it begins a four THE SOUTH'S FINEST P

Tampa Monday on account of the annual conference of the Methodist gagement.Here THEATRE 4 lbs. .- lOc Coffee Ibe -.30e

lath! of her niece, Miss Alothla church, which 1 Is being held In Is a picture that -

tala. Mrs. Morgan Is expected the First Methodist church. history. Not only at the : FLORIDAJACKSONVILLE Beat Irish
tana the last of the week. fice where It's appeal 1 is Whole Grain

Lester Price Robinson Willie But as a picture upon
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Middleton Lines, Bob Gardner and Adklns screen may step forward FLA. POTATOES10pounds RICE

ud little daughter Marjorie Sue, Embrey of the University of Flor- era of artistry and

<( Jacksonville, were guests this ida in Gainesville spent Saturday, Of course, the central -

ask of r|. and Mrs. W. E. Mld- with Mr. and Mrs.'J. C. Robinson. :I perts ters, played bring by Into such the 4 Days Starting l 15c IQlbs.l .--. 25c .

Mr. Zedrlck Bridges of Coleman, acterizations profoundly SAT. DEC. 10th '
Yr and Mrs. W. S. Yehrtngton Mrs. Marguerite Corsey and babyof sive. It is probable that .
lid IOn, Billy, of Hastings, spent Jacksonville were guests of'I dramatic piece, on stage LARD True Love
*ad y with Mrs. Yelvington's Mrs. A. H. Hall and Mrs. L. S. Hut- has been so admirably I The Greatest Picture Ever

meta. Mr. and Mrs. (]eo. A. to Saturday. mund CoukUng, in !Made\ 2 lb. carton -- -- _15c FLOUR241bs.

G&rdIner Baum story combined the 3 Ib. ,carton .. 21c -
The kindergarten class of Mrs. play with the novel and the : ----

George W. Kenly spent the day In prove he took the best of 4.Ib. carton ----..? 28c l - 55c + '

An-nary ,Jacksonville Monday, where they his camera material. : "GRANDHOTEL" 8 Ib. pall .
I ____ ._ ___ 60c
enjoyed seeing the Christmas toys

SQ- and Mrs. T. L. Z. Barr, of and Santa Claus' helpers. Mr. andMrs. ,moved Madison Mrs.and '45 e' ,Ib.. ;can ______ $2.98 Salt, 2 for _......____ 5c f
spa, were guests Tuesday of Kenly,accompanied them. millinery
R,and Mrs W. E. Middleton. Rev. to Parramore building. ''
.h. Barr"as at one time pastor Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wall spent Quaker! or Mother Oats 2 for ?__ ___ J3c
, I i
Ole tJ1e Methodist church here and the week-end in Jacksonville, What With the Biggest Cant of Stare

gn f/merous friends of Mr. and guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bob HilL Ever Assembled for One Picture Pineapple Sliced, No. 2 can ...__________ JOe
Barr were delighted to see They attended the FloridaTennessee '
_again football game Saturday after- '-

noon. Greta Garbo Peaches,No. 21-2 can __-...._v_.__- _-_..___- lIe '

ENT A %ORD You the can Quality find, for everybodyat John BarrymoreJoan Crawford Milk, tall can Sc, small __ __, ----___ 21.2C ;b 1t, j, _

COLUMNwith Mr. Edward' Freeman Johns and Me Wallace Beery Tomatoes, No. 2 can, 4 for --..__..._.._____ 2e.
P.ENT mother, Mrs. Effle John were In '
Rooms Lionel
rr.. garage. Jacksonville Thursday. Mrs. Johns Barrymore
__leVIton. 208 Madison St. 1' was there to see her sister :Mrs. -.. ......"Stec1"_. Navy Coconut, pkg. Se
** G. W. Baisden who has .been ill ..op'y __ II.....
8ALE-canary'blrdll.fI. 1tr J. B. Good for some time. ...M Ib..,..lo..,-f-tin,.. H Itmtfium b cfcMpm 1M ; This Picture has played to Beans,51bs.l9c1" Brazil Nuts, lb. ISc ; ;,

_ : Carlisle. 2t' -.-- a..-It 1M Paul_ Advanced Prices all over
lAi"--- -- 'The annual Christmas program I I Soap, JO for _, 1'25c
1bbag.andRuta.1Oao. : ,
Adb..rr, .
a ttr the Country it will be ..
PI4nts. .l5e of the Sunday school will be givenIn (....... : : -
1Oao. P*', W. .n lIC'J' ? Urn*r.-.s I White Best
A.. I. > Starke. It* the church FrIday evening. De- Arc !""<-____) em shown here at Matches boxes lOc
cember 23, at 7:30: o'clock. There ........ ....W, ,_
' AT ONc -p or"- cash will be a short Christmas play Bacon lb. -.r 7c Old
'amty to lift ADVANCE IN ___,_ __ ,8e : ,
,' stock <*"". 1 to songs and recitations and a treat HAROLD"c7
". old, delivered three mm. for' the children. PRICES! We have Fruit Cake
to Brooker. Christmas
"Submit. prices ; ,
7e.'Il Hayes, Oalnesvffle. ,"& Special Sale price on all silk INSURANCE I '40c, 'SOc- ,' tOe. Trees; Candy,Fireworks

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J By A. N. Brooks, J. R. WatI I

[I Weekly from Heine Densonstrsv. Tallahassee, Fla.-Florida's representatives son and Harold Mowry

LCJ ,i'i i r FARMERS SECTIONConducted tlon Specialist TallaJiasee the National have 4-H Club returned Congress from I t LIVE STATE NEWS '

; r recently held in connection with Root-Knot
of Florida in'Short
by Demonstration Agents BEAN RECIPES the International Livestock Show Root-knot occurs on so many of Paragraphs

in Chicago after attending what the crops In the South that all

they termed "a most Interestingand farmers should be able to recognize 1
Beans are an economical highly -
educational week." It Although not as severe on i 1. o _
nutritious food. They may be
---- --- -- -- .--- Those who made the trip were strawberries as on some other I
ills served in different ways-
many Ellen Din Manatee County thestate it does at times become severe -
crops, Tallahassee R. S. Doyle reg Is
gain 783
In sal-
with tomato
health champion, Mary Ellen enough, to cause Injury and istrar at Florida State College for lod for same tr
POTATOES ONLY FAIR; GROWING GRASS ROOTSIS ads, on sandwiches Hopping John, last year, when
and others. Beans Lovelace, Dade County, winner 01 f even death especially during periods Women, this week said the college listed. The lead 6,677 'trer
the state dress and LoratneChamberlln ,
contest, of drought ranks third In total enrollment the np
require a long time to cook and heavy How of tourists
Alachua: county the are often no imne1
Fla.-The outlook forth when cooked will spoil quickly unless among the ten leading women'scolleges lately following
Hastings, Gainesville, Fla.-An Interesting'showcase" Armistice
best all-around club In Florida. the trouble aboveground
girl of
'h, early Irish potato crop this "' In which grass roots }kept In a cool place.Chill of the country. He said' when the totals had slippedVS
They were accompanied by Miss\ but In the case of badly "
Hunter has 4,745 students
d is Dr. A. H. : that of a year
season only says be observed while they grow ago.
can Con Came
Anna Mae Sikea of the State Home Infested plants there is a dying off Smith 1,912.Galnesvtlle.
Eddlns potato disease Investigator Is being used at the Florida Experiment Use 1-2 pound salt pork, 3 cupfuls Demonstration Department of the leaves. It is easily recog- -

for the Florida Experiment Sta- Station and is attracting cooked beans! 1-2 cupful_ oPI ..L nized on the roots by the presence Tampa-Gov.Dovle >a. Carl*
tion. He that It designed TPLAN The appointmentby on a brief business
attention. visit
urges growers practice international was to Tam
pea onions 3-4 pouna ground! lean of the small galls or knots at
economy In the purchase' of by Dr. W. A. Leukel associate I and FOR FAIR EXHIBIT President John J. Tigert of a recently announced that
beef, 1 quart canned tomatoes various points on the roots, most on Ih
r+ar, seed and fertilizer and give personal agronomist at the Experi- 1 1 1-2 teaspoonfuls chill powder.Cut frequently at the tips. These enlargements special faculty committee of the expiration of his term of o>ilq i h

attention to production operations ment Station who is conducting a the salt into 1-2 cubes and Brooksvllle, Fla.-Planning to from 1.18 to 1-8 University of Florida on "Plant- would resume practice of law per

If a profit on potatoes is expected series of grass testa In this "show brown in a skillet Add these show that the people of Hernando Inch in diameter vary which is much Ings on the Campus" is hailed asa with his old firm, Mabry, Rave

In 1933. I case." Following publication of the cubes to the beans. Brown the county can feed themselves, Coun smaller than those found on many I significant step in the programto and Carlton with offices to Ih

"The demand for early potatoes' Idea In scientific and farm magazines chopped onion in the salt pork f.t. ty Agent B. E. Lawton is plantingone truck make the state university cam- First National Bank building. i 11

J.' In 1933 will probably be less than of the United Statej jM, Add the ground beef and cook acre of rich hammock land on Cause crops.:-Root-knot Is caused bya : pus one of the most beautiful in said the style of the firm had 10

r in 1932," he says. "Leading eco-I cently for drawings and detailed slowly for 5 minutes. Combine the farm of Bob galling to 50 varieties small eelworm or nematode Ca- the Unites States. yet been decided upon, though t th

: nomists believe that there Is little Information on construction from of vegetables which will be firm would consist of G. E.
beans and other
1 I with the ingred conema radlcicola, which Is so ply
1 hope for any Increase In business Experiment Stations In the United exhibited at the South Florida Fairin ry, Judge O. K. Reaves.
r lents. Simmer until the meat is common 1"most lands in the St Petersburg Walter Men- DoYle
!; ,. y r activity which would increase con States and from a scientific paper tender and the flavors are well Tampa early next year. South. This nematode enters the dels one of the owners of the Royal Carlton and Morris E. White Ih
sumer purchasing power In time to in Germany He Is also planning to'kill and latter having Joined the firm
? blended, stirring occasionally.Beans root and causes the swelling which hotel property here announcedthe "II
.. ). 'M1 to be reflected in prices paid for The Experiment Station of the In Tomato Sauce cure quantities of beet and pork, interferes with the absorption of Florida Military academy Mr. Carlton became Governor 0
1933 early potatoes. Since there of Wisconsin wrote Dr. to secure all kinds citrus fruit Florida.
.L Use 2 cupfuls dried beans 1 cupful water and nutrient materials from would move here from Jacksonville -
.1 ..hS has been an abnormality slow Leukel for detailed plans and grown in the county and to get -
diced salt pork 1 onion, 2 cupfuls : the soil. before December 10. The
;.a,' .js ; ;, movement of potatoes to the mar- drawings showing the constructionof canned tomatoes ana i-z teaspoon I many other items to be placed in Under favorable environmental school will occupy the hotel prop- Cocoa-A mocking bird whi

kets from the late producing states the "showcase." plan to the exhibit. had been shown much
salt. The is headed consldei
:l'' conditions such as are found la erty. academy by :
r ; this fall, there will be a greater and it In studying tlon for several
} make on use Wash the beans cover with water Although the force of regular warm, well drained sandy soils Colonel H. E. Moyer. years, saved I

: supply of old potatoes on hand growth of alfalfa roota. and soak overnight In the paid wardens in Florida is containing roota of suitable host benefactress from the attack of
next spring to compete with the Dr. Leukel also had a request discard the water cook game rattlesnake in this city. The hi
morning ,
i' plants nematodes are in the active
limited to 40 by act of legislature Tampa Five million dollars Income -
Florida early crop. The Interstate from the magazine "Wlssen and them in 1 quart of salted water had developed a peculiar <
'. .. there: are more than 1.000 persons or eelworm stagebut when to this state from November -
Early Potato Committee which Fortschrttt" of Berlin Germany until tender but not broken, and I which It used when a cat cat
unfavorable conditions
in the state vested with prevail, sales of
met in Washington October 11, for pictures and further informa- drain. Brown the onion with salt .. complete agricultural productsis too close to its nest. Mrs Bell
i7 to they are in an encysted stage and
: y stated that if the Southern states tion In connection with the de- pork in a skillet add the beans, authority enforce the game and shown in figures compiled by Aplin heard the bird utter the e
:. are able to survive an adverse
J fish laws. These honorary wardens environment the Florida Grower for Its December -
yid reduced their acreage 20 percent tomatoes, and salt Heat to the and sought unsuccessfully to dII
all for a long period of
vice.With have the of the
paid number. More than four millions
i d'' as compared to that of last year the "showcase" which he boiling point, then simmer until time cover the reason. As the bird ca
hatching out in worms when
r n' I 5 the probable prices to be realized devised Dr. Leukel has been able the tomato has thickened. Serve at wardens except that of carrying suitable conditions again surround of that sum came from fruit tlnued its Insistent warning, fur
from this production might not be to study the growth of gxaas roots once. weapons. and vegetables cash crops, citrus ther search was made and a four
,ic' f i profitable to the producers."If without the The them. The main crop of strawberries leading with returns in excess ol foot rattlesnake found
digging: grass.
up Bean Salad Mix the ingredients with the grown during the winter is (on 1 tb
+ the Florida potato acreage device is a wooden structure about Ingredients: 2 cupfuls cooked salad dressing.' Chill thoroughlyand not so much affected by nematodes 3500000. kitchen window sill-coiled, read
Is reduced materially and if care two feet wide and six feet deep, to strike. The bird continued
,i I beans, 1-2 cupful diced celery, 1 serve on crisp lettuce leaves. because the worms are rather in- t
.i.. and economy are exercised in producing with one ride made of glass which cupful diced cheese, 1 cupful car- Beans will not' become mushy if active' during that time. In fact Tampa-Declaring that in his hover around the kitchen do

1 maximum yields per acre, Is. kept covered with removable rot cubes 1 1-2 teaspoon/ul finely boiled until tender i and then washed strawberries can be "humble opinion" the attitude of Mrs. Alpin said until the III1IIk
.; :ta ..1 there is some hope taht the crop roofing panels except when examinations minced onion, and 1-2 cupful in cold water to set them. grown on heavily Infested land but ultra-prohlbltionlsts has "done had been killed and carried awe

ish I will return a profit to the growers. are being made. The French dressing. Mae Sikes. during the spring and summer the more than any other one thing to
Now as never before it is Important structure Is filled with dirt and the -Anna. 1 bring about the repeal of the
_. attacks of the nematodes the
that growers make use of all grass Is planted. By removing the on Eighteenth!: Amendment Federal SAVE JOHN RUSKIN

"st,4.!: knowledge concerned with prof panels and observing the growIng plants. in the nursery are more ser- Judge Alexander Akerman has I CIGAR BANDSAsk

itable production of a potato crop. roots. Dr. Leukel has found Do made public his reply to a Florida
Know? Control
+ :Root-knot be
[ can keptin
"Good yields are obtained only that roots of bahla grass grow as + check minister who clrltlcized his statement

iaf 1t when the soil is given a thorough much as five feet in five weeks in of by growing a cover crop that liquor laws are a failure : .A your dealer
some resistant
preparation before planting. Unless the spring' Their response to different plant such as and should be changed
an ample amount of fertilizer moisture and fertilizer conditions beans, Brabham or Iron new Premi

; is used the crop will be stunted and Is observed. Note Is made, cowpea or Crotalaria and keeping yti Catalog. :MoreHavana
.; the the ground free of all weeds. Small Chlpley-20 members of the Un-
'4 yield The best grow also of the effect on the roots of
areas be cleaned ion of Christian women here resigned wi to
ers plant only certified seed and different methods of handling the up by steam
.,ii ing or by using a double treatmentof from Chipley Women's Club
use care the
a cutting seed andIt grass, such as frequent mowings. bncco is now
protesting they no longer wishedto
planting so as to obtain sodium cyanide and ammonium
good and no
Infrequent mowing, mow-
l; stands The practice of sprayingor lags sulphate. The latter method Is ex- remain members of the organization used in ]JOHNRUSKIN.makin

.i, ; dusting the crop during the season pensive but can be used on small as long as its clubhouse was

is a regular part of the sue ireas., For directions write the used for dances. They said in a

;. ', r ceasful grower's program, and LOWER INCOMES MEAN Experiment Station at Gainesville formal statement they felt honor- it the grentes

g packed properly it will rot reach THAT FARMERS MUST Leaf Spot DiseasesIn bound to uphold- the teachings and i" ,cigar value at 5c

the market in first class condition CURTAIL PURCHASES Florida leaf-spots make their principles of their respective

: and all of the time and money appearance on the strawberry churches as directly opposed to Smoke the siz

", spent in producing It will not return The story is told of an Austral- plants chiefly during late spring things not conductive to develop- prefer -
', a profit. Ian wool grower who sheared his summer and early fall (April to ment of Christian character.

1 sheep and carried a bale of wool in October.) Ordinally they are of Perfecto Extra 01

i. ; to town. The local merchant offered minor Importance, but in instances Tallahassee Florida had licensed r
Af . . some Panetela.
r him a penny a pound for it, spotting' so severe that 297,504 motor vehicles of

f 1 "' WRUF FARM PROGRAM! but he decided against the offer some means of control necessary. all kinds, including 2.979 exempt

f I and told the merchant to ship it Following are some of the factors vehicles when the 1933 tags were
f Voice of Florida"Gainesville ''to the coast to the auction mar- t $ I which tend to check the development placed on sale last Thursday. At NOW

,. ket. A week or two later be was JtMIAs of leaf-spot in Florida. the office of W. S. McLin, state VI
; '. In town and was told that his wool 4 1. The j
f practice of renewing the motor vehicle commissioner it was MORE HAVANA \
Fla. Radio talks had to bring enough to
pay strawberry beds annually and ob- announced yesterday that in addition

\ about important Florida farm carriage charges and be was due ; taining new plants from the North to automobiles, trucks,

-" problems will be given from state the local merchant the difference. f : each year instead of carrying buses, trailers, wreckers ambu
i/i MtVU.
radio station WRUF at noon each The wool grower explained that he Florida-grown plants over from lances and motorcycles licensed f fly
day next week by College of was Just a farmer and '
Ag- had no year to year. since December 1, 1931 the department
;, riculture workers. They will come money with which to take up the 2. The fair degree of resistance had also sold 1,130 chauf 9eI 9 -,

q from 12 to 12:45: EST, on the carriage charges. Finally it was of the Missionary variety to leaf- feur's licenses.
r. Florida Farm Hour to arranged that he to saeuer'
according was bring the
spot, as has been
.,., by --
L the the ? r r-
following schedule: merchant chicken the next time
variety tests in Florida.
''a',, Sat., Dec. 10 Florida Farm he came to town.A New Smyrna After several
News and Hints. Farm Editorial week or two later the wool The growing of fruit plants days of searching; the mutilated
under the hill
i Snapshots. grower entered the local march- system. Instead of body of a negro the victim of an

Mon., Dec 12-The Florida Citrus ant's establishment and presented the matted row system, thus giving attack by a panther has been
a freer clrculatlo of air about the
OuUook-E. F. DeBusk. Im the merchant with two chickens."But" I found in the Lake Ashby swamp.
plants which
?i portance of the Winter Clean-up protested the merchant, 1 I somewhat lessens the The negro whose name has not
accumulation of
G for Citrus Aphids-J. R. Watson. "you owe me only one chicken." 4. The moisture. been learned disappeared about 10
Tues. Dec. comparatively low temperatur.s days ago near the scene where
Distemper In! "Oh I know, said the wool grower I
Dogs-Dr. E. F. Thomas. Ways "but I've brought another bale THAT the Indians of British Columbia who believe firmly In the prevailing during the George Ferriera of 609 Downing

to Save Fish During Dry Weather of wool." t'!.n of the soul take great care to protect their dead from fruiting season. street New Smyrna killed a pan GasColem7In
being Intruded upon by evil spirits Here Is an Indian sepulchre at There are three distinct leaf- ther that measured New Instant.
; Carlyle Carr. approximately -
s Farm Question Selling farm products at that Hsxalton. B. C. with Urge glass' windows .0 that the dead Indian may spot diseases which will be described -
nine feet in
L Box.Wed. rate is not calculated to make a be able to look out and know When It Is safe for him to venture forth. I below. length, and where

., Dec. 14-Deciduous Trees prosperous farming people and Common Ferriera saw another panther

i }, for the Florida Landscape L. yet it sometimes actually happensthat Leaf Spot which he did not attempt to kill.

1, f o : Lord..What to Look for in Buying growers receive freight bills And the Worst is Yet to Comet --- by This fungus leaf-spot Mycosphaerella which is fragra-caused R.Mllimt Hea1erI

Pecans-O. H. Blackmon. for St
k" products they send to market ae. (Tul.) Llndau Is found in most Petersburg Tourist registration -
Thurs., Dec. 15-Late Results on Little wonder then, that the farmer of the strawberry figures compiled by the
growing areas
Florida Pasture Experiments. Is unable to buy manufacturedand t .. I of the world. In Florida It chamber of commerce publicity department -

E. Stokes. Cattle Feeding Experiment other products as freely as he / II. : be the least common of the appearso three at the close of Wednes-

;, ': In Florida-Dr. A. L Shealy. did some years ago. ''I leaf troubles. day showed that a total of 7,460

;I Fri., Dec. 16-Figuring Deprecia In periods of low prices for his lV I -The winter visitors had left their names

s ; tion on the Poultry Farm-Nor products, the farmer la wise to do Ir" 1 i ,' first Symptoms small : less than spots are at and addresses since the official
1 I l 1-8 Inch
man R. Mehrhof. Improving the the following things: s opening of the season Sept 1. This
large, and dark
: reddish or dark
Quality of Florida
Butter I
-Ham- Produce as much. possible of ,
,a lift L. Brown. the products used at home. in purplish size in to color. They Increase GRAPE GROWERS TO MEET
up a maximum diameterof

7 NEGRO 4-H. CLUB. BOY Repair machinery and equipmentand II I( III'e.o 1-8 to 3-16 Inch, the centers become Leesburg Fla.-The- mid-winter
I use it another season In preference l
PRODUCES HIGH YIELD to buying new. The pricesof i white or gray and the border meeting of the Florida Grape I

OF CORN ON ONE ACRE manufactured products have is of the same color as the im- Growers' Association will be held
mature spots. here December !
not come down In proportion to 20 it was recently

,i White Springs, Fla. Noble the prices of farm products. It The spots may number one to learned from Clifford Hiatt, sec I

f Cross, a negro farm boy of the takes about twice as much corn I many on each leaflet and if extremely r.taryof the Association. .....,.1 N- I 15

Friendship community In Hamilton or cotton of other farm productnow : numerous cause the deathof S
the leaflet. Although a Fallen twigs under trees
County is the outstanding corn to severe pecan LIGHTSktT.fV
equipment as it dida '
ti producer among Negro 4-H Club few years infection may result in the deathof that show little sign of wilting INSTANTLY
ago. oSe
boys In the county. He secured a Practice direct when the plant under Florida conditions should be picked up at once and

yield of 40 3-4 selling pos this rarely occurs. Leaf spot burned. They were probably
<< bushels from his sible. Roadside stands curb HMO, a pwetk-l
u club acre this year according to kets, and house to house selling mar- Jrp has been frequently observed to be caused to fall by the twig glrdler. beater it a _... lose U b.ICS'.

r a report by N. H. Bennett, negro are possibilities. Time spent In this ; : present upon plants shipped In and may contain1 a number of eggs Prod.cae p.newdog -
q', farm agent /-i in from Northern nurseries and that will hatch out next falL Thestwigs e that wonas yon Da smnowfBUM.
way Is about as profitable as that has been found Light in e.sis' ., wf
to are wood
The corn was produced at In spread to a limited on which the *its eass
a cost spent any other way about the to earty. MakM .nd burnt
extent to the next nut is borne.
of $9.50. younger leaves crop p.-
Allowing CO cents a bushel farm. The products) should be of lif at.fawtantlyUrtwattes
} for the yield his profit Is nearly good quality, attractive and not after the plants have been set ;,no pnb..tlnC.: 'I.dIa-
Later however, the leaves Milk production farms in
., .US. too high in new do on 1931is
Noble price. not become Infected and the dis- estimated at 101,318,000.000
selected good land planted The farmer is endued to ,
goodliving ease gradually pounds by the U. S.
disappears. Department of
good corn of a prolific Price $
variety, but he must hustle to get
j, and cultivated it well. He did not it And when the thing be sells ; Control:-Sine* this leaf spot Agriculture as compared with 99-

fertilize, due to the fact that does not seriously affect the Missionary 705,000,000 pounds In 1929. The
Just are bringing low
It is
prices but
'c ..s he was ready to apply the fer- natural and variety of plant as grown department' Bureau of Agricul-
necessary that he must ONLY
tllUer before under Florida conditions spraying tural Economics estimated, in ad
planting, the
ground curtail his buying\ : He will have to
became too wet to work and then take: a loaded wagon to town and ____. should be unnecessary. However dition, that about 2,807,000,000
;, ;Just as he was planning to make bring an empty one home. should It ever become serious frequent pounds of milk are produced annually See Your Local Deal'

,, ? + a side application the ground applications. of 4-<<-1S0 bor- It; towns, villages, and mural -

again became wet. The gross Income from farm deaux spray will control the die- places not classed: by the census THE COLEMAN

S products In the United States for ease.Next as farms LAMP STOVE COMA
The way to get better prices for ; 1932 Is Week: Leaf Scorch. .
tentatively estimated at .... ..
home-grown feeds is to Carbon bisulphide la too cheap ww.a.. IeUI. ..
feed them $5.240,000.000 a... A.ea
at t to high' compared with |6- About 40 varieties of speciesof Caw.ey .. rie r...
a producing livestock. 939,000,000 last year. l 12 for any farmer to let weevils feed "+

holly are grown in Florida. In his stored corn this winter. -

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-- Therefore I am enclosing some'paragraphs" human or divine. Therefore they: pass as he said it would, and as To bnl. due Oct. St .. .__ _.__1600.01\ ford County Telegraph a newapa-, .
:: ; ,;:j -r Total .._-..-fc.ol- ...!.. per published In acid County' and '
to be used in your will refuse to be "regulated" or these political know-it-all's thinkit To bal. due Dot. 1 ___ ._..___ _:lIIP9." Stat. :p-
"'Better Box" or anywhere you see controlled by either, or all of these j should. Hv amt. uolUn-trd. _nu____ "'.1. This 15th day of November. If 11.CI. .
To bnl. due Oct. It _--____116.68- ,v. ALDKRMAN I "
fit combined.The Yours truly "._-....01 Boadd (Official Real Clerk Circuit Court.
Prohibition Paragraph W. K. Daugherty. To bat. due Ort. 1 n'---. .. 1162 fIn t>. M. MARTIN, I
_7v; hand of every voter who ,. amt. collected. .. __ .. __ I II.U Pollcltoi, for Complainant. ',,
"Government sale of beer"mane. -
_.______ U-I. t-n.IO.
I voted for "absolute repeal and To bal. duo Oct. It 1111.88A'nl..U..I _ ..
when -
correctly translated Arcadia Manhattan Produce
woiTiP Unto my feet. md a tvuto y patb.-Psa1i 119105. when the Immediate re-legalization of:I To bal.. due Cct t _uu_ IBS\ .60Hyt NOTICH
Tbi means, correctly translated alcoholic beverages will be stained Exchange of New York. opened amt. colUctvd .. ___u__ 8S.SO In Circuit Court In and for Bradford -
beerocracy, and no mistake. soul slain I I offices In post office arcade. To bal. due Oct. 11 _____. ____ 128.80 County Florida In Chancery '
with the blood of ,
r.All religious teaching doctrine or every ,
The sale of of wine Widow" P...lo. FBHil. 13. N. Anderson PlaIntiff .
_, creed, If they are to have any claim i ithe enough light doomed and damned by the damnable To bal. tlua Oct. 1 16S.BO VH.f.lnnle" ,- ,
f love- lo and devotion of the people must be in harmony with and dark beer to balance the national liquor traffic. and the> day of Brookaville R. R. Llngle moved -I Hv ami.: collocted: _-_-_= -==== 880: Anderson Defendant. 't. '$'

i Chinesof, Jesus the Christ whose words fit into every fold and crevice budget will mean the unbalancing judgment will sustain this affirma his men's and boys' store to To bal. due Oct.OotatoniUnBr 11 __________ 115.00 In the Name of th. State of Florid ,f

human heart, and of whom it was said in John 7:46,"NEVER MAN of the brains and sober tion. Bookshop building. To ball duo Oct. 1 _____ .____ tlllI.U to the; Defendant Linn I* Anderiton -
the THIS MAN." Judgment of the majority of 120- Hv amt. collected ___nn_ :90S.SB The having filed bin
AK LIKE In a sense, I am sorry for To bal. duo ()('t. II ________n 761.60Hoad bYr'U'm: wherein IfI
.tars of Bradford and Union counties are Invited to USA this de 000,000 people, and no mistake. Franklin D. Roosevelt because the. Tallahassee Contracts for A llrldBO I.....T... Sl .. worn I is alleged: that your place of residence

of church activities, organizations and announce"STsiMuse The "wets" talk about "the failure that elected him. was I.. rmid I* unknown to plaintiff) thatyou : .
for news majority work on 99.000,000 flood control To bal. duo Oct. 1 __________,.70... are over the age of twenty-one
freely given and no charge made the only requirement of prohibition to prohibit" but governed more by spite hate and and navigation project around By aint. collertml yearn and that there I I. no person In
: '/I1o.ea. *
::: : :
this office before- morning bal. due Oot II
reach Wednesday To .
such Items the State of Florida service of pro-
that will In less than 10 than and
they see, years, revenge by principle
southern end of Lake Okeechobee C;. W. AL.DURMAN '
ilj b handled for current lame. ness upon whom you) .
cannot _ _
"*- they -- ---C the ghastly failure of regulation to sober judgment.; probably will be awarded by next Cleric Circuit Court. It I I.: ordered: and I:1Ib are hereby ,
"regulate", or of "government; con Therefore many who shouted required to appear to the bill of r -
them. their 1.Orlando. FOR
I sick and healed On January :NOTICK OK APPLICATION: o mplalnt filed In this cause on or t
return they made their report to trol", to control, when the liquor "Hosanna" during the campaign, Tax: UICEU before the tnd day r.t January, A, i

SUNDAY SChOOL I Jesus-as we will have to do some business gets into the hands of a will be crying "crucify him! Crucify Morrlston's Cafeteria Notice In hereby ..Iv.n, that D. W. D. 1931, olio a pro confessowill ,
!Moore holder of Tax certificate! ,NSSO b* entered against you. ,
LESSON: day. He then suggested to them bunch controlled by ghonllsh him! during his administration opened in San Juan HoteL RIb day of Auitu.t.. A. l>. 1818.h. It I Is further ordered that a copy
---I that they all go "apart Into a des- greed, who neither respect human if everything he promised during .* filed Haiti certificate In my office of this order be published In "The .

DECEMBER 11, 1032 ert place and rest awhile." Our happiness nor human life, nor law, the campaign does not coma to Cocoa Local packing; house deod and to Issue mado thereon application. In accordance for tax each Bradford week. .County for four Telegraph"consecutive once ,s.

FOB Sunday School picnics and our so- -.- -- - of Nevins Fruit Co., opened. with law. Haiti certificate embrace weeks before the return date herein .
I the following' de crlbed' property na med.
The Christian's use of cial gatherings, and especially all Hltuated In Uradfoid county, KlorUlu Witness my hand and official sealat
Subject: gatherings in church work shouldbe Flakier Beach Final precon- 'to-wlt: Htarke, Bradford County Florida, '
!JUre. [Mississippi "Father of Waters, <* K2eV*>f N 420 feet of NEH ofT !!IE'4 thin llth day of November. A. D. ,
similar to this vacation of Jesus tract survey being made of Intra :
Text! "Whether there. >R e< ra.. Twp. 7 8. R. It Kant.Th 1983.
Golden and the disciples. Your gatherings coastal waterway through Flagler ..........m..nt of aald property a. W. ALDERMAN, 40flffi'ial
eat or drink or whatso- Romance under the laid certificate Issued ( Seal) Clerk Circuit Court.
rt :ve Locale of Musical
should be Joyous; friendly and Is county preparatory to awarding
do do all to the glory of wan In the name. of F. F. Flume. ll-l-tt-ll-ao._
er :ve contracts for anddeepet1lnl' certifIcate Hhall be
recreational; but they should be widening ITnleaH alil
1 Cor. 10::31.LeaSOn redeemed according- law. tax deed NOTICB OK APPLICATION FOR
Text: Nehemiah 8-10- such that you could invite. Jesus ,.- ., -. S canal. will IHMU thereon on the 9th day of TAX DuEl
6:30.32.'Practical to attend them. *?' ... January, A. D. 1533. Notice I* hereby given, that Nell
; Mark : Winter Haven Howell Fruit Dated thin tth dny of December.A. It. Nollman, holder of tax certificate
Truth: Seasons of re- P. No. 471 of July, A. D. .U 10 '
and Joy are helpful to soul PRESBYTERIAN Co., granted charter to operate 1932.fl. W. At.r>BRMAN, has: 'I"a I certificate. In my office :
lion fruit 1T0"es.Panama I (Hun I) Clerk. of Circuit Court, and mad application for tax
indo and body.Introduction Biadford County Florida,j I deed to leu: thereon In accordancewith
: The Bible com- Services Sunday, December 11, U-0-6t-l-0 law. Haiti' certifIcate embraces i4,
as follows: City Store building the following. described. property situated '
Industry but provides also M4n'Viul'S, < SALE
ends In Iliadford county Florida
with its system of Sab- 10 a. m. Sunday school T. S. formerly occupied byPanama Notion In hereby riven that under to-wlti I ;
ir leisure Williams acting supt. Hardware Co. being remodeled to and by virtue of a final decreeof 5 t, B, 10 Block 11. Llvtnston *-
itb days years.and Jubilees. InC foreclosure mad and rendered .teT 'U and Co.'* addition to 4 t
sabbath year not only man 11 a. m. Morning worship. sermon house post office department.anforined by the Honorable A. Z. AOklnn, r1i. In WV4 of NEW Sea 10, Twp. ,
the Judge of the Circuit Court of the It! 13.
nd beast rested but even the land by pastor. : 80th Judicial.. Circuit of Florida In The nsaessment. of said. property pf ,'
nust lie fallow and volunteer 6:30: p. m., Christian Endeavor. and for Bradford county. In (Chan under the ald ,oertlflcat Issued Topic "Practicing Brotherhood in cery. dated November 26th 193J, In wan In the name of P. J. Pearce, 4
towth must not be that certain, cause therein( lately Un I... enid certificate shall bo redeemed I
rest was worship of God. our own Neghborhood. Leader, pending: between the Federal Land according to law, tax deed
of ordain- Mrs. Geo. H. Lowry. : hunk: of Columbia. Plaintiff' and, (1. will issue thereon on the 19th day I
The! purpose leisure so W. Lewis and wife Bemila Lewis, of December. A. I>. 1911.
I 1. was not Indolence but fellow- 7:30: p. m. Evening worship, ser et al. Defendant, the underpinned, Pitted this 16th day vt November, ,oS.
Godwardness through re- mon and song. who wa therein appointed. aa Special A D. 1933. '
Up in Master. In Chancery to execute O. W. ALDERMAN.
embrance of great divine province Prayer meeting Wednesday at the same will, on Monday the Ind Clerk of Circuit Court.
which recreated the people 7:30 p. m.TIIERESSA. day of January. 1939, during the Bradford County Florida. .
leeal hour of ale, before the Court ll-ll-ot-11-10,
i jocial political and religious ) HOUM Poor In stark., Florida cell
nJcrs landing.Tbe BAPTIST CHURCH ,+ 4 to the hlKhest and bent bidder for NOTICU I OK' APPLICATION FOR ,.
-S cash the followlnc described land, TAX DEED ,
Christian's use of leisure Is situate, lyIng and being' In Bradford I Notice I I. hereby irlven that toys '
theme that has grown directly Services will be held Saturday County, Florlelai to-wlt: !5.' Bishop holder of tax certificate
BV, of NWH Twp. 0 8. R.I No. Ill 0 day of August, A. D. ills s.
at of our times. The multlplica- before the third Sunday of each 11 K., lea 11.I acre. described : has filed said certificate In my office
ai of machinery and Its applica- month. Hevlnnlns' at the NK corner of 8EH4' and mad application for tax
of NWM of saltS run thenceW. deed to Issue thereon In accordance 1 ('l
11II to all forma of labor has les- D. L. Phillips, Pastor. No messy rubbing In ... No long sos feet: .ecuoni 7'4!. deirra. with law. Said certificate embrace* 1'
to a striking degree the drawn treatments. From the nrst W. to South line of said 8KV4\ of the following described property
BAPTIST out NWV4 thence K. to Eastern boun-!I situated In Bradford county, Flor,4
era of work, and will lessen Instant yo 1.1 use It,, a new beauty Is dary of said BRtt of NWV4. thence. Ida. to-wltt
em still more. Never before. baaS A loft. Alluring ... Ivory N. to point of beginning (and other South half of Northwest quarter of
known..uch tola- Sunday school at 10 a. m., A. J. your .. land) acarea-atlnir ...'1 aoreo, !Southwest' quarter Section 10 Twp.
civilized race toned complexion thai, reflects With the appurtenance Bald cat 7, S. R. II least, containing 10 acre ,.
it But have Thomas. supt. We are now mak- -' to be mad to said decreeto I.... .
is now enjoys. we ," }: : :TIiA Begin io.dey.nPIENTAL pursuant more or
e into this happy condition idg plans for our Christmas exercises. : __>1.. Beauty and Dignity. atlfy the came and cnetl. The asseeement of said property
B., K PBHRYMAN under the said certificate Issued .
Its unprepared to utilize It wise- Be sure to attend every Sun dtck of "Captain Henry's Show Boit": Phou A* Special Master In Chancery. was In the name of A. M. Williams '
leisure moment on the ll-l-tt-U-IO.. Unless said certificate shall be redeemed
1_ The average man or woman left to rlQht. Uanny Ross. how boat teno.j _
day.Worship shows r adIn from according- law. tax deed ',
m not know bow to use his or at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. Mwishsw. blues alnger Audrey Marsh soprano and Lann, I NOTICR' will Issue thereon on th. llth day ,,,

at spare time to the best advan- m. The services last Sunday were AnMtt._;.._-......... .....rf --.--.,- Wlnnlnaer. who plays Captain Henry. .t Edward H Jarvli, Individually and of December A. D. till. ''1 'teNOTICH
.www..w- Edward H. Jarvla, a* administrator Dated thl. llth day of November .
igt. The matter must be studied. especially helpful and quite largely "Captain Henry's Show Bo.r.-" of the restate of Blanch Jar- A. D. 1931.
attended.B. liE old MlaIaslpPI l venerable as '.... ..J vi.. decnaied Complainant.v. O. W. ALDBRMAN.Seal ,
ud the study must begin with T of Waters" has Its take millions of listeners revolvearound .OUAAUD: I .".d.. .. ( ) Cleric of Circuit Court.
fouth. Leisure has come to thenines. Y. P. Unions at 6:30: p. m. I "Father In the story of the a love affair between Laniit. ,. Slit Nicholas Idema. Sterna, hI.wife Bradford County, Florida.
People now need to betoted Devotional study of the gospel of bright place of American Ross handsome tenor. and Audio' >Son.XewYorStarko > If married, Harry Idema his 11.1-5t.13-1I. i
and : : :
I romance glamour blonde i ... wits If married. If deceased hisleast
for leisure as much as John Wednesday evenings at 7:30: life. Its towns. Its river folk and Marsh. a pretty soprano ..repreeentatlvei... lawful heir, APPLICATION FOR
or rocatlon. Every community p. m. You will enjoy. this study. Its picturesque rural customs have 21 summers who sine*-sweetly a lesatees, devlee., srrant**, administrators -: TAX menu 4
: Mary Lou his sweetheart. L anvp VI1U1XU allla'l' and executors, and anylother Notice Is hereby given, that Eva '
u profit by a, study of this ques- Come and bring a friend.s tonic", captivated authors playwrights Is forever torn between his omu'. Fl ., November I 115 t persons, claiming by, throucnor I A. Grant of'.r tax certificateNo. t
on In its local settln-r. and song writers. tlon for fame on Broadway a.., > of the Cl.m *f \rcourf under him or them, flefendanteTwentySixth 190, 7th day A. D. 1110,
Now Its elusive charm has been In and for Bradford County, Judicial Circuit, Bradford has filed laid certificate In my office '
The book of the law was being brought to the radio. This time a his love for his sweetheart of th rioria*. account of T..*. ......- County In Chancery.It and mad application for tax
ad by Ezra the priest to the peo- boat. one of river. : I .d fur II."|rar !535. appearing by affidavit deed to Issue thereon In accordance i '
venerable old show "Captain Henry's Show Bokl I C. A. Knls-ht. tas eolUotorC ed to the bill filed In the&IIPelld-1 with law. Said certificate embraces
k assembled at Jerusalem. When the oldest forms of entertainmentand ...t r ....... stated causa that Nicholas the following described property
tie people heard the law and learn- klfBolStarke.: piloted by Charles Wlnnlnger. presents In the words of Us whi<" To bal due Oct. 1 .-_-.-.._.18111.7ft and wife-If married and Harry I situated In Bradford county, :Flor
to read comedian who once haired skipper, "the finest eho By amt. collected ____-_.? 141.J8 Idema and wife If married the defendants ida to-wltj 4
1 how they had neglected Broadway ever sent down the river." Wh.Isony .* To baU due Oct. II _IOO .4Ji therein named are nonresidents -1 W3ofLot5&AllotLntSof .
kid's teachings and to keep his worked on Captain Adams' original and Mary' Lou are not pled F''.. A.........." I I of the State of Florida, 81k. 7 Town of Lawtey West of
and sorrowed.Then "Cotton Blossom" show boat. Is To bal. due Oct. 1 ..___?. (MtO1 and are residents of Great Nick' Railroad 80. 16. Twp. I 8. 1II I
nets they wept ailingover the nation's air wavesIn Ins their love In tender balladsthere Ely amt. collected _.?..?, '01."* Long Island New York, and are over Bast.Th. r
the scribe Ezra and the Fla., rfec. 6, 1932. NBO hook-op Is the Hall Johnson chont I To bal. due Oct. tl ____..763.tilC the age of twenty-on: years; It I* assessment of said property ,
a voices chanting the spll ....? Read asS .1I't... therefore ordered that said nonresident under the said certificate Issued: was .
said to the 00 Editor Bradford Telegraph. at twenty
priests people, your County It stops
every Thursday right. of thci 11I...._.... defendant b* and they are I In the name of Maml Lou Edwards. i.
ray. eat the fat. and drink the Since I come to think about It, It .52 of the country's principal portsof Ituals and work songs To bal due Oct. 1 _____1694B I hereby required to appear to the Unless said certificate shall b* redeemed ,
wet and send portions unto them does seem to me that the poor old call In one evening and once people and Jules Bledsoe. bar By amt. collected --...?. 535.45 iTo bill of complaint I I filed In said causeon according to law tax dd
receiving; tone. to entertain the show boa bal. duo Oct. II ---___...1161.71Cnmtr or before I will Issue thereon on the lltb day
tor whom nothing Is prepared; for 18th Amendment and national prohibition lashed to the audience. They are well assist ; ..lldlias? of January, loBarhlh.or'I! ? .* of December, A. D. 155$. .
till day Is holy unto our Lord; should at least have one sets presents a full hour of music Annette Hanshaw, bIas To bal. due Oct. 1 _r._... 119.CO1Ryt the allewatlon of said bill will betaken Dated this 7th day of November, .
_and song. tnterspered with good by little amt. collected _____.__ It.SO a* confessed by said defend I A. D. llll. ,
alther be ye sorry; for the Joy of friend who has courage and back- relief. singer and Molasses 'a. Janus- To bal. du. Oct. II -----_-_ lltfOi O. VT. ALDKRUAN.' S t
!b.Lord is your strength. So the bone enough to speak out in their comedy sentimental Journeys. on employed by Captain Henry' f I OwnBtr ..k_ __ I ant.It I. further ordered. that this order (Seal) Clerk of Circuit Court. .,
The To bal due Oct. 1 _____....1IiL45 be published one a week for Bradford County :Flor ""
vites stilled all the people, sayIng behalf. I which. IhU.floating tbe.tro. fcno*" promote_!laugh.* t j By amt. collected ______ .".80 five coneecutlve week In the Brad 11.1241-14-14. ; 5I

Hold your peace for the day ---

Holy; neither be ye grieved. And I Ui_
Jl the people went their way to :_ JC5y JLo F. Van Zelmttij

"t' and drink and to send por- 1' - -- :

_ _ ,_ __
!.Iou, and to make mirth, because Btm' MY IHVCMTtOM TbDAY I 14 Tb HAUEklNVOT J ,

tley had understood the words that : 'HAIR' % TRAlGKT ft p"-" =:: \\ ____

nrt decJared unto them." MAIM STfeKT'-S- A '". .- / I
They prepared a feast and were OOI6INAL NDJOSRAPEtt, FBKSHTErfS pORClPlME' (B). HoBCU- '
*Ppy (made mirth) and caused '

Joy to others by sending "portions" PINE 'MOOT5 QUILLS WMiCHBUCSr if'.I"

toothers-all because they had unfestood LATEST INVENTION BALLOOM CO 1MU5 AUOMT- "

the law "And they found REMOVES KIMKSvwio INS FLAT ICON (D) 15 PROP. .. .. // 44. ,
Kitten in the law-that the chll- ;
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tooths In the feast of the seventh CUQL"t y ABUT o.k: BQIC''" (E) Off LID OF F '

ooth.deL "That" the feast of the taberna- NOBOtTf LIKE;\ !* kiNkY JACK-IM-TH6-BOOC, (F-) JACk:' ,, _

they shouldgo forth IN-TVIE-&OX POPS OUT ANDSCARES 1) i ;
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mount, and fetch olive .
!"laches, and pine branches and SMITM HAiti STtftT'$ &o'fI flt1vt4To2i4A5 LAW (G) 50; BATXY j ,,

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branches and palm I 1C: VISED A _ -

sAches. and branches of thick PLAN roc! BEMovtwa\ ABSOLUTELY STRAIGHT T j ;

hees to make booths. So the peo- _

?ple IIi4 went made forth themselves, and brought booths.them And Klttt THIS' -- ; ( 4i

III the congregation of them that IhOOQStD) BY COCA COSMETIC V I 11 P2PfIR

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come again out of the capbuy ( .

made booths, and sat under POfULAQ' KAIltiQcssE) Q.. .. .._. .t. ..... _ -_ _ lr-4""';' _

booths. __

Ala agent of God Moses com- ---- ___
"ukd the keeping of the num-

roes Jewish feasts combining "DOROTHY" DARN- By McMamis i f .

*J leal. social and religious de- J
*'Pment of the Israelites. The .. -1-C I' L__ II "_- I II I _' I .\
IUInr! spirit of all those feasts GO..G TO DOtS SIlt I I MO BUT trMB SHI! wtTI YOU WONT HAVE TO CXWALKIIM >

*. "Rejoice before Jehovah, your QqOTes'. OOC'S: vou i'f'S5sSTtR M TO ,''ipdOw ti'? I 1 RFU't'S (Li. A MS1-4UT! MIJP$ NOW ,

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Bradford County Telegraph CHRISTMAS GREENS except- In the small town weekly. But never carrots! produced less gum than large ones I The next ----"UJQ---==8-, lit--

More than they realize, the Arise, you mothers, fathers, but no one had any figures to In an early IIIstaIhnent to
Established 1877LORIDAPRESS The custom of banging evergreens weekly paper Is of value to every uncles, aunts and brothers! show bow much difference there County Telegraph true of the nr::
In the bouse during the person in the It Is Protect from Will
community. our girls vegetarian really was. !practical outline t,!
Yuletide originally bad a purpose the chronicle of tad intimate lives lovers! To fill the need for this Information perlments significance and ot these e,
MEM.BER. beyond that of decoration. In olden of their own people, and of more the Experiment Station has how the Jleo l

days each kind of evergreen Interest to them than the doings of I kept records for the past seven radord County benefit (s
) Twi5.; r ) ASSOCIATION\ \\ was believed to confer special kings and parliaments. Let one 1 I years of yields from trees of various

blessings on those who passed beneath person of this town go away from bo Late Y I sizes, with different degrees TRAIN ,

1932 o1lf7lfGtii Its boughs To pass under home-when, he.,receives a copy of of crowding and of differentgrowth

:J" ... holly Insured good fortune the paperhe reads every' Item In rates Now It Is pretty well Our schectulc Changes 8yv4E:
i it.t.., throughout the year, bay meant It. He scans every line, he reads O QlassifoBy known that trees under nine inches!, May 22nd ud trams
.i victory, while laurel was supposed, every advertl men ;.'he pores over in diameter fall to make a profit foliowe: will run

Published Weekly' on Fridays and Entered as Second Class to impart spirit of beauty and' the legals. It records the doingsof RUSSELL KAY for the operators except under unusual No 1 Southbound t

I Matter at the Post Office at Starke FloridaE. poetry.-Missouri Farmer. his own people-and its valueIs Secretary, Florida PrtM Awociatipt condition: .. Starke, 10:59 p. In. localdv.,,;
S. 0 above rubies. Eustis Lake No. H, '
Region I don't know who it was elect- The effect of temperature, rainfall Starke local. *
S. Matthews ____________________ Owner and Publisher --.;...- ed me a member. of the National drought'and other weather No. 107 m. !
:J. C. Robinson -______-.__ ._____.._____ Managing Editor Eggs were 3-dozen for a quarter, Unemployment Relief Board, but factors must be understood If turpentine Starke 10:17: a. m. limited, J/
for the past ten days I been get timber is to be bandied 1
milk 5 cta. a quart, the butcher No. 2 Northbound '
: tin' letters from hither and yon rightly. To get these records the local. *!
SUBSCRIPTION RATE gave liver for the cat and treatedthe Maybe You'veHeard Starke 6:19: a m.
? from folks I never even heard of, weather station at Ktagsley Lake No. 12
kids to bologna. The hired Northbound
Six askin' to Influence to / started. It has been one of local d
Yearly $1.50; Months 75e-Payable In Advance me use my was Starke 8:31
girl was satisfied with $2 a week : p. m.
It ButTake help 'em get a job. the regular cooperative. stations in
: Advertising Rates on Application and did the washing. Women did No. 108 Northbound t limited
Florida for the past seven years. d
not nowdar or nalnt., smoke., lav Starke 8:01: p. m
l Some of 'em want to manage a Frequently the records have been Starke
poker or dance jazz. The men and Wannee 1MJ
There was rejoicing: in the teacher's camp this week. wore hip boots and whiskers, chew- it from one who was lucky post office, others would like to used to settle disputes between Starke 7:00: *, m. 101 <

They got some way back pay. ed tobacco, spat on the sidewalk, and saw the show' several months INSPECT prohibition, or collect strawberry shippers and commission No. 102 arrives 2:40: p. nj. j
0 worked 10 hours a day and never ago-don't miss Greta Garbo In Internal Revenue, or play around men bearing on the carrying

went on strike. A kerosene lamp Grand Hotel. Of course there are in. the Customs Office and one bird quality of berries. I Closing of Mulls
; Headline in an exchange says, "Scottish Poachers Hypnotize and stereoptlcon In the parlor were John and Lionel Barrymore, Joan even wants a job as doorman at Fires bave been a serious handicap South i

,J Deer." Saving on shells again, eh? luxuries. No one was ever operated i' Crawford, Wallace Beery and the CapitoL to timber owners In She South No. 11,. Parcel post, Manfc
Lewis Stone but their for many yearsr-'One study at the Wednesday and ?
on for appendicitis or went under performances Friday, 9:05 !
o operation. Folks lived to a are already.forgotten'while They say, "You remember me, station deals with the effect of No. 107 Letters, special! delta

"Stop Light Being Installed"-Fort Meade Ceader. Good I good old age Just the same and Garbo-we'n never' forget her In., rm the guy you met at the Fire- light annual fires' on gum, production j and special handling parcels, id i

1 Lots of towns should stop lights being installed.P walked miles to wish their. friends the scene where she dances around : man's Ball In 1923, you know the aa
i ? A Merry Christmas. the room on the morning after the fellow with, the overcoat and tan There are various ways of Chip,! I North

P night that "love was born". It Is shoes," and another tells me I never ping trees employed in foreign I''N. 12, Parcel post and letter

r// lot of penny slot machines have been making their ap- Today the neatest garboing of her career met him but be knew my Aunt countries The merits of these Tuesday. Thursday and Saturda

; pearance around town. Who remembers the good. old days Most everyone is either ridingIn I.ladles and gentlemen.And .Fanny out In California, and she's systems in comparison with the 3:15: p. m.
R talked about me so much he feels standard American practice have No. 108, Letters, special dell,.
when there machines automobiles or dodging them.A .
were quarter ? and
we're old friends. been investigated.. special handling
H few go about in airplanes, and 'do you remember that advance parcels, 8:1
''i ; o from said In all of the tests one of the p. m.
lots of other'folks are gossip Hollywood
A young woman at the University of Oklahoma has killed "up In the air" without constantly a plane. that Joan Crawford had stolen the Each of 'em thinks If I would main objects has been to determinethe Night' malls close at 6:10: p. a
just write a letter to :Mr. Fletcheror effect tree and No. 1,due at 10:59)
show from Greta? Well It did. So growth p. m.; No.
more than fifty rattlesnakes and is making a collection Musically, they toot a saxophone, Mr.' Trammel or Mr. Green' or vigor. due at 6:19: a. 'm.
late at night or tune in a radio. never listen to gossip again. They
: of'their' skins. At last, a real he-woman I For recreation they go to the sin should start putting Garbo !in pictures Mr. Somebody Else it would help All trees have been numberedand Starke & Bell Branch
'em on account of INFLU- Mall closes, 7:00: a. m.
0 ema or squabble over a game of by herself because no matter my measured "and described. Gum

Tampa cigar manufacturers are launching ,a publicity bridge. For all the successes of how good the other actors are, she ENCE. records and growth records have Mall arrives 2:40: p. m.

life they credit themselves and for makes them look like ham. been kept on,some COCO trees. This Blue Bus Scbl"duleeDally
campaign to convert women to cigar smoking. However, we ,the failures blame the politicians. Now maybe I got INFLUENCE means plenty of bookkeeping butt effective Jaj 1 1932.

will continue to prefer the old fashioned girl who*;smokes Never do they go to bed the same However, there, is plenty to and maybe I ain't but my experience { enables the station to obtain the Northbound 6:03 a. m, 1:59:

il cigarettes. day they get up, and then think amuse you even If you happen not has been that Influence maximum amount of Informationfrom m., 4:59: ) p. m., 8:19: p. m.

i .1 they are having a "wild" time to be .... rabid Garbo fan, which, Is something you THINK you got a minimum number of trees. Southbound::34 a. m., 12:34:

o reading Freud or Voltaire. This we suppose, possible.! (Indeed a until you try to use it. The turpentine men have demanded m., 4:34: p. m., 12:50: a. m.
> .: ;i In spite of widely publicized rules for hunters, the usual Is the age of racketeers, bootleggers census taken''InL1930'disclosed the -an expansion of our work Tickets and information i

l. '; number of accidents are occurring. It seems as if until the gold diggers, crooners excess fact that there'''were' two brothersIn The way it stands now if I am and the need for'it baa been rec- Smith's Service Station, next I

end of time there will taxes, "rad-dlos," and !if you Enfield, HI., who bad negative to be kind and accommodatln I've ognized by the Forest Service. j courthouse.
always be who "didn't know
someone got to write fourteen different let-
19 think life Is! worth living, we wish reactions while being shown pictures
the I II ters about ---------
a gun was loaded. you of Mle..-Oarbo. The brothers fourteen different guys
S I o A Happy New Year. I also professed a strange cravingfor to each of our Congressmen and

Remember the good old days when spending the evening --Medical-- World. were candled quite normal.carrots), but otherwise why Senators; and tellin', that\ set'em me who's to wbo thlnkln'and. I + Do You Know.. Y;

in the kitchen making pop corn balls was considered real RAYON FROM CANE ,- _.

sport.-Gilchrist County News. They're still making corn And while on the subject of There's twelve million folks out 4r

highballs in the kitchen. Chemists of the United States movie actors,'we wonder if others of work in this country and all of
share our aversion to the screen 'em would like a nice job and naturally
agriculture, experimenting
personality of Will! Rogers. Just their friends will be glad
with .
bagasse-the waste
s The irrepressible Lake Wales Highlander says that .we from sugar cane after the sugar wnac it is ijout; nim mat gets in to do anything they can to help
i'' : the,hair Is bard 'I'em so it looks like there'll be
,, :, shall know more about Raymond Robin's loss of has been extracted have developed explain-per more
memory It is his letters written to Congress this
haps over ripe "homey.I !
+', :c when we hear whether he forgot to pay for his subscriptionsto grade a cellulose process ,for the making best material high-! I ness". Not that we object to month than there will be to Santa

his home town papers. ..itl'0 : for rayon. Heretofore rayon"'prdducerll "homey" people as long as they Claus.

have depended on wood maintain their, amateur standing,
'" (but professional And since you have to stick
"homeyness" a
pulp cellulose, but the new process
; When
conditions become so badly regulated that men and indicates a large new source seems just a trifle gummy. a three cent stamp on each letter,

: : 1'' ; women are starving in some states, while farmers are burnIng of raw material. it ought to at least wipe out the b

,::1, ,'-,, ; corn for fuel in others, it is time for somebody to sit down Between 250,000 and 500,000 UTOPIA AGAINA postal deficit. But Imagine a con- 1 1A 1P 1i 1t
5 tons of bagasse accumulate new era ,in civilization In gressman settln' down to his mornIng 4 ; k
with pencil and paper and try to dope the situation an mall the first Y
out. day be arrivesin
_ nually at sugar cane mills, where which dollars and cents are abol t
S'S'J! o some of it !IH burned for fuel and ished and units of energy becomethe Washington. And then he's got

"r ? Y YS' The mind's dullest moment is on arrival home from some used in the manufacture of basis of the economic systemhas so ta as figure to Insure which the man most to put votes where and

1 :work, according to a student questionnaire. The students Insulating material. been!; pictured by Howard make the least enemies.
Discovery of .the new processwas Scott, consulting engineer and

could) think ,of but six things to do: remove coat or ,shoes, brought about, by D. F. J. chief technologist of the Muscle But since i + rf'f'1M.' v4 1. f A='e- a 1

play piano or radio, read, eat, bathe pat dog. What about Lynch and M. J. Galls of the col Shoals projects. time raisin' revenue we're bavinsuch to balance a lTiltr ,' pv
just relaxing? ,or and farm waste ,division of the His envisioned civilization would the
budget, should
we be
bureau of chemistry and so Us. Use have no price'system, no business, givin'all
0 of cheap nitric acid makes the foreign. tradaf'debts: insurance, these fat jobs away why notsell'

l : A news article says.that collegians prefer brunettes. In process commercially feasible. It philanthropy, _borrowing, lending off. em or better still auction 'em

Increases the potential value! pf the|or wages, bat every member would '

.. bagasse and offers a new, and I would be Assured and That would relieve our I -. 1,1lt;. : .. m' ,*' 'J 1.1..
for raven-haired steady source,of,,raw material for j living standards:would be ten times men and Senators Congress i.. 'I"'iA:1.. t

beauty, That's the first time we've heard of college men the rayon industry, a fact of special higher'than those .this nation enjoyed and bother and,ought of a lot to of bring worry in : ....-.-...........
in 1929. r" .
j being so particular. importance in view of the
Z.g1t %E! enough Jack to build'a flock of
gradually diminishing forests Only persons between the ages new Federal ]T
B r ., which produced the wood pulp. of twenty-five forty-five would buildings.I
Some folks never learn. In St Cloud the other day an The government scientists, regard work and they would work only know a lot of-- that would ..'-

elderly woman handed .the process as now developed 660 hours a year, or ten monthsat be guys .. .'
some gypsies seventy dollars. The glad to pay a reasonable .
1 to a point where commercial interests four days ,.a week and four com ..'I ...
.. .
mission ..
money was to be returned to her in a "good luck package"and can work out the practical hours a day. just for a chance to get "
bring good fortune. She is still problems of manufacture. '- ONE.' I think It's only fair
waiting for the good for- -Tampa to make a fellow

tune-and the seventy dollars. Times. begin Oh rThere's boyl I Mr. Scott, when do we I the privilege of pay parkin'something his pants ;;.AT till urn: : i... s,;....J. ta tile ..nUor' ,.

---., ----- In a swivel chair and hangln' bis W. dartis IIIustraed ,.J :, pholo8rph of s mule dsv nee"

r, It is with TIIE. HOME TOWN PAPER hoofs on a slab of mahogany, to with antlo,. In v lv.t.. El v t' the deer drop *hie! antlers
regret that we learn of the always a fly in the ointment are
removal of the local say nothln' of bavin a hen to grew s "ew s.t. Dm,, e.J U growth they soltP"
; office of the Southern Forest Experiment Station which has The strange case of Colonel Ray however. It units of energy check crowded on him'with salary more_ covered with tort of da.' ,. tllky fur. Thl. duapPwhen .
ever to .. tolld bone.
come be used
In of com
: place I. reach
been at Starke mond Robins draws attention or less maturity
i since 1923. Not only has wpnderful'work been to money a lot of us are going to be regularity,
the value of the home town
', done in naval stores research, but the type of employee associated The hallucination from paper. awfully broke along In July. .and Or '
which b maybe the sensible to
And the Worst
is Yet Come-
with the station has been a distinct asset to the com was suffering caused him to w>Ito do would be CUT OUT a lot Of to

munity. dropout of sight; he left tie- Then too these offices and see what kind of
think of to
hind all the-ute to,which he was having pay luck we'd have getting along
o for the wife's new' bat by cleaningout ,, i r
accustomed; he forgot his friends without m.
Maybe Mr. and Mrs.
Marcus C. Fagg. superintendent of the Children's Home and his associates of I the mllllnerts furnace Maybe Citizen: don't need' %
many years; as much nurs-
in Jacksonville, has expressed his thanks to the people of but he could not rest satisfied ;I things now."aren':* ,Bo'bad; ,.thre .,way'the,. ln'. and lookln after as we think.

Starke for without seeing the papers front his -
the shipments of food .
and clothing which have little home town. Under. an assumed I know we been spendta a hell-
i, .5 been sent from here to the home. The need is name he subscribed VIPER ..
still great, for both uva Lot or money tryin' to show Z' .
however, and everyone who can should contribute; especially the_BrooksvlUe! papers.. From a United Press news story: our farmers how to make two ) ? I I

at this season when our hearts should be more many small town people scoff at Miss Gibson, who will become a blades of grass grow where but P'f.4 I :
_ concerned_ with their own weekly papers. They mother In a month, .is the prin- one grew before, until now we got I .
giving than at any other time of the year. say truly enough, that it baa lit' cipal witness in the trial of Sidney more blamed grass than we know .,..

o tie news of value. They are scornful Herbert Homewood, twenty-seven- what to do with. 1

j Nothing gives the of the opinions of the editor year-old riding master. Homewood, -
a town air of
a civic "up-and-doingness" like whom they see every day, because she said, betrayed her again and Well, there's twelve million folks i iI r

a club where its citizens can meet occasionally for.lunch he is even such a man as they are. again. out of work, Mr. Congressman, and -- =- d'A I _

: and discuss problems that confront them individually They make slighting remarks 'In tearful tones, sometimes It if you can figure out a way to : --- 'J

a body Starke's Business Men's Club fills or as about the make up, and point with the point of hysteria, Miss Gibson give 'em all Jobs, believe me, Fm I I C l
been our need. It has glee at each typographical error, I related how she was wooed and' for It and you can consider this r- -

effective in the past in securing new industries for the without realizing that they find won by Homewood, who repeatedly an open letter In ,behalf of each 1 OJ'-r

town and at the present time is mapping out a that every error because they read every promised that he would marry her and every one of 'em no matter I _

j .; is expected to show results in the future. program word In It. and who gave her a box. of carrots who they voted for, but remember, :; ,
is business man In spite of these facetious and for Christmas. you got ,to reduce expenses and 4'I I
missing something if he does not attend the scornful .kTO balance the -
club's bi-week -they could not ,budget. at the same __
ly luncheons. exist in contentment without the 'ARMS! time.. ,

o o little weekly. The great dailies '(With, apologies'Ogdeldola.ti: ;; '|H.,. 0tVORK L !

Editor Leach of the have Just as many errors, and In who probably doe,p..r carean. awful AT FOREST :
Leesburg Commercial admits the spite of the news of world interest lot anyway.)"., \\'J r EXPERIMENT STATION
} _
? y "abysmal ignorance" of not knowing yet what a torch singer they carry and the profound op- Can you conceive DESCRIBED BY WYBlAN I '
is. We be inions of great and wise editors, Believe- '
; may quite as dumb but )
Jlolman girl.-St. Petersburg TImes, we thought it was that they do not tell the little items of A meaner cad has seen'the lightof (Continued'from page 1) 1 1I I ,
Pass which .
the dunce news come so near the day
J this cap r. '. of only two faces per tree with a .-....
over way for a while please.- Gainesville Daily Sun. It's hearts of the readers. The dallies Than one wb /'cS prey : corresponding reduction in gum .:...

lA; time someone. put a stop to this. A torch uinger of is do not tell about the babies born Upon our womanhood production per tree In spite of the
course here this week with
'S ? sex name ,(Qood womanhood)
one who"aiggs) somewhat
hlgher"yl face
I torchsongs. A torch son? Is the lament and weight of each do per
of an ;,they_ not Then offer carrots! from'wider'work;"""* ,
unlucky- person who has lost.. tell of the bridge parties and who We ''
husband, wife, home or sweetheart ( don't mean, carats.) Reducing' the depth of streak "
and is grieving gave and who attended.each: they. That_ seems to wan awful funny I "f
over same or in stage vocabulary is do not mention the 'deaths and notion cut down' the damage from Insects, (j
"carrying the rot; and wind
torch. breakage. I
burials -
please don't ask why "carrying -the thousand sad one Of devotion.
the torch" Turpentine operators and timber v
Items which
means grieving. make the life
up of Give beads or bangles, cats or owners probably realized In a general -
each little
community are not. told
even parrots,
sort of way that small trees, rI'S

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