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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 9, 1932
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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STATE S BOARD YOUNGMEMBERS Bradford High School Opens; OLD TEXT BOOKS CITY COUNCIL


REOUARANTINESJUNIONCQUNTY WI L L ORGANIZE 1.

MAY BE USEDIN SEEKS FUNDS

Record-Breaking Attendance
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CLUB SOME GRADES FOR DRAINAGE

-- I The Bradford County High said, that there was much truth 'be held from 12:20: to 1:20.:

Are Includes Southwestern Pi rt Many From Here Attended Oalne School opened its thirtyeighthterm In the couplet: Commercial arithmetic will be _.-

of Bradford-Tick* BroughtIn villa Meeting Wednesday Monday morning with an en- "If I knew you, and you knew offered in the high school for the Not Enough Free Books to Go Agrees to light Public RAkfJ 4bn>>
la Belief NightA rollment of 669. the greatest number me, first time this year. The course! Around This Yrwr, Huporintcntlent Court on West Madison
for opening day registrationIn "Tla seldom we would. dis consists of rapid calculation and Says Street! .
A re-lnfestatlon of the fever tick meeting will be held Monday Its history. This represents an agree." exercises for developing greater 1 I ---
among cattle In the Southern partof night at 8 o'clock at the court Increase of fifty-three over lutyear's 'A short Introductory addresswas speed and accuracy in bookkeeping. A. ::. Griffin, Superintendent of,, An effort will be made by city "
Union county was brought to the house for the purpose of organiz- opening day, and A. J. Grlf. made by Congressman R. A. Public Instruction, has been authorities to have the state road ;
attention of the State Livestock ing the Bradford County club of, fls, Superintendent of Public Instruction Green, who was hurrying to fill The new principal was born and fled by State Superintendent nou-I department complete the opening:
Sanitary Board by Dr. J. V. Knapp, i the Florida League of Young expects the number of another Labor Day engagement at reared in Florida. He received his Cawthon that new school books of Alligator creek from Starke'! to
State Veterinarian, at a meeting In Democrats. students to. reach 800 within the Fannin Spring. Mr Green was a education at Madison High School need not be purchased this year, I Rowell Lake It is believed that
Jacksonville Saturday. The area Every white Democrat betweenthe next few weeks.At class mate of "Mr Gray's. at the and the University of Florida. He under a clause adopted by the the road department will be able
was Immdelately ordered quarantined ages of twenty-flve and thirty- the opening exercises, held at University of Flori la, and he asked began teaching twenty-one years state book commission, which reads to secure for this project a part of
five years Is eligible for member 9 o'clock In the school auditorium, for cooperation with the new principal ago, at the age of seventeen, and as follows: the $500.000 given to Florida by
Dr. Knapp who was emphatic In ship, and every white Democrat L. A. Gray, who succeeds S. S. from parents and pupils. has been teaching continuously ev- "That all new contracts will be Reconstruction Finance Corpora
expressing the opinion that the above the age of thirty-five Is eUg- Dowling as principal of the school, The exercises ftere ery year since that time with the made under the condition that Uon for unemployment relief work.
ticks had been taken into the area, ible for associate membership, H. urged loyalty, sympathy and cooperation the student body and visitors opened by exception of the two years he was books furnished under the old contracts An investigation made early this
WUI that the Infestation was discovered C. Wall, chairman of the leagueIn on the part of parentsand "America" under the direction singing In the army during the World War and now on hand will con year by Fred A. Safay, district
early last month and announced Bradford county has announced. pupils. of Mr. A. E. Wall The Invocation For the three years Immediately tinue to" be used as long As practicable sanitary officer, disclosed that the
that immediate steps had Congressman R. A. Green will be "Two or three times as much was said Dr. O. P. succeeding the war Mr. Gray was greatest mosquito breeding In this
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been taken at that time and that present and address the meeting, real work could be done by the and the devotional read Raymond Dr., principal of the high school In his Several grades of the Bradford section took place In the creek just
tematic dipping In the quaran- after which organization of the educator If he did not have to ward George Lowry.Mr. by home town of Havana, where he County High School are facing ashortage below the outlet of the septic tank.It .
tined y area has been underway for club will take place. off Idle criticism," Mr. Gray said. also coached the football team and of free text books, which was the opinion of Mr. Safay ,
several weeks. To protect the ad- Delegates from 17 counties In He illustrated his point by tollingof Gray has announced plans turned out winning basketball and the state is supposed to furnish 'that ninety per cent of the mosquitoes
area the quarantined area the central part of Florida heard a cartoon he had once seen pic- for several changes to be made debating teams. He has been principal through the sixth grade. Mr. Grif- In this section came from
jacent Includes that portion of Union Dave Sholtz, Democratic nominee turing a school teacher holding a In the school program this year. at Lee, Baldwin Bonifay, fls was Informed by Superintendent there.
where the Ucks were found, a small for governor, when he addressed book In one hand and fighting oft School will begin in the morning at I Apalachlcola, Homestead and Per Cawthon that Bradford Coun- The sanitary officer recommended *
in southeastern Columbia i the League of Young DemocratsIn opposition from parents with the 8:40: and let out at 3 o'clock. Periods ry.He ty' requisition for school books that a crew be put to work to
area a small area along the Gainesville Wednesday night. other. "How much more could be will be fifty minutes long Instead holds life state and life grad. had been reduced. straighten out the edges of the
County of Alachua county, and I Other speakers on the program accomplished If the teacher could of forty-five minutes, and uata state certificates coveringmore Mr. Griffin has. a surplus number crock where the sewage empties
line
north of Bradford Included Attorney General CaryD. use both hands," the principal said. will consist of thirty minutes for than twenty subjects, and an of books In a few grades and he and to'anchor sawdust bags saturated -
southwestern part Landis, Congressman R.. A. recitation and twenty minutes for A B. degree from the University hopes to be able to trade these with oil In the ditch at frequent -
county. Dr, Knapp said that the Green, Mrs. Beulah Hooks Han "School spirit should not be con- supervised study, There will be of Florida. with some county that has an over Intervals so that a film of' ,
Union county re-Infestation was nah of Lakeland, and J. P. Newell, fined to the football field," Mr. six periods during the day. Ten Mr. Gray belongs to the Methodist supply of the ones needed here. oil might be kept there at all times.
the first In the board's experience secondin state campaign manager for the Gray continued, "debating, dramatics minutes will be devoted to Bible church, Masons, and Kiwanis, : Last year's text books for the This work Was done as thoroughlyas
east of Tallahassee and the party. and classical contests itudy each morning In the Individual and has been a Scoutmaster for seventh and eighth grades may be city funds would allow, but the
the board's history, the other re- Sholtz called upon the younger should arouse as much enthusiasmas rooms. Physical education many years. He established the I' used during the. coming school situation has not been remedied.In .
Infestation being In an area to the members of the party tq lead the athletic games." classes will be held for different senior high school at Havana Fla., term, provided there is a sufficient a recent letter to Mayor II. C.
west of Tallahassee. The quarantine way In getting out a record Demo- In closing Mr. Gray asked parents sections during the day; each pupil ,and has organised Boy Scout supply to accommodate whole Wall, Mr Safay said that upon ,
regulations require that no cratic vote at the November elec to get acquainted with the Is required to have fifty minutes 'Troops and Parent-Teacher Associations classes with the same book. Investigating provisions of the recently
cattle be moved from the area ex- tion. He said that if this is ac- school faculty. He .had found, ho twice a week. The lunch hour will at many places in Florida. This Information follow. the announcement enacted law relative to '
that
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the systematic dipping program right to demand representation In mat last. years textbooks Reconstruction Finance Corporation ,
followed until the area Is cleared the cabinet of Franklin D. Roosevelt Scholarship'Von may be used In the schools he noted that provisions were)
again. in the event of a Democratic COMMISSIONERSHAVE BOND TRUSTEES where a sufficient number still are made to take care of projects suchas
Columbia Suwannee and Hamilton available for uniform class work. water plant improvement and
counties were ordered quaran- victory. By Margaret Dodd Last the state other work beneficial
those attending the meet- year adopted an to cities "
tined by the board in connectionwith Ing Among from here were: J. C. Robinson, MEETINGThe MET THIS \WEEK entirely new list. of book. for the I The road department has had I
Its bovine tuberculosis eradi- R. F Demorest, Carl Johns, T. T. Miss Margaret Dodd of Keystone seventh and eighth grades, but it I the opening of the canal under consideration } ,
cation work. Cows in the countieswill Long H. C. Wall, W. M. Wainwright Heights Is the winner of the county Is explained that contracts for,!I since the construction t
be tested for the disease andIf T. N. Kendrick, C. E. board of county commissioners 'scholarship to the Florida State The board of bond trustees of the new books were made on condition [ of highways 13 and 28, and It.. 'J ..' J
the area Is clear it will be declared Johns Victor Thomas, Wilbur Grlf- of Bradford county, FlorIda College for Women from Bradford Bradford county met in regular that books furnished would be bellllved! that now would be an op. '.
among the Increasing list of fis, Dick Beal, and CongressmanR. met In regular session on Sept. 'county, State Superintendent W, S. session September 5th, with the used as long as they are service I portune time for the work If fed >; :
Florida counties free of bovine tu A. Green.. 5th with aU members present, as Cawthon has announced.The following members present: K. S. able. eral funds are available. A survey h
berculosis.At follows: J. L Underhill chairman: I scholar.bjjr has a monetary Matthews, chairman; II. P. Galney, of the project wan made several '" '
the end of an extended session G. W. Hinson, J. M. Rosier J. G. value of $200 per year and may be O. Haynes. Minutes of the last BOARD years ago, so there will be no delay i
members of the board decided FARMERS UNITE'TO Crews and R. T. Osteen. held for four years If the faculty of meeting were read and approved. SCHOOL :iin' getting started If the funds are
not to designate the 1933 Texas Minutes of last regular and two the college recommends that the Mr. L. A. Brown made a propo : advanced.
fever cattle tick eradication area recessed meetings were read and wlnnnr be allowed to continue her sition to the board to furnish storage I Minute. In Full
until a thorough field survey Is approved.Col. work. The winner la required to room for the county equipmentat PROCEEDINGS Minutes of the meeting at which
made by two of Its members and BUY PLANTSThe H. V. Knight appeared be- ,enter the School of Education at Brooker at a price of $5.00 per the above action was taken are all
Dr. J. V. Knapp, state veterinarian fore the board In behalf of Mr. ;the College, and must also teach month. The matter was taken un --- 'I follows:
and Dr. T. W. Cole, the Meckelberg and Mr. DeVoto who two years after graduation or must der advisement. The Bradford county school The city council met In regular
United States Department of AgTlculture'll cost of growing strawberries own certain lands known as as refund to the state the amountof Mr. L. A. Brown requested the board met In regular session Mon I', session September 6th, with the
chief field Inspector In has been considerably reduced Hampton Shores, which said plot the loan. board to make some Improvements day, September 6th, with all members following members present: W. L. '
Florida. this season by the success of L. has been conceited by order of I The county scholarship to the to road leading east from road 10. present. Minutes of the last j Wall chairman; J. F. Colley, J. C. ,
The committee will undertake the T. Dyer, county, agent, In securing court, and same should now be assessed 1 University of Florida was not Mr. Galney was authorized to make meeting were read and approved. )I I I Manning. N. Sternberg." Minute of "
survey Immediately and the board special low prices on plants and as acreage. Same is now 'awarded as none of the applicants some Investigation of this and report Transportation problem. were the last meeting were read and ap*
will meet In special session on Sep- fertilizer for the growers. Many assessed in lots which makes the taking the examination here quali to the board. discussed and disposed of to the >; proved. ,
tember 15th In Sebring to definitely farmers can now grow a crop, who assessment very 'much higher thanIf !fied.CITYBALLOTING. Mr C. B. Hayes representing the best advantage. !I The clerk was Instructed to write '1
set the quarantine lines so that were heretofore prevented by the assessed as acreage. The board _ Pan-American Petroleum Corporation *|I It was moved by J. T. Moore and the"proper authorities relative to
workmen may be sent Into the area high cost of production. was requested to make some adjustment made a proposition to furnish 'i seconded by A. B. Surrency that I l securing a portion of the federal
to build the necessary vats for Orders -are being compiled for so the assessment for gasoline for the county road department -;I I the superintendent notify the trustees ,I funds for emergency relief work
the eradication program, it was and will be 1932 of Starke, Lawtey, Brooker In this community.The .
berry plants, placed would be on an acreage basisor at a price of 16 l-2c per
announced at the close of the session. i and Hampton schools to meet with I council agreed to have In. ,
about the 10th of this month. All its equivalent. After due con- gallon. No action was taken as
Board members on the com-I growers who wish to benefit from sideration a reduction was agreedto 'WILL BE LARGE the board would be forced to discontinue board on Thursday night, September I stalled the necessary lighting for
mlttee are C. F. Raulerson the reduced prices should get in to be worked out with the as- road work owing to lack' 8th to discuss problem, vital i the public basketball court on
Pierce and Dr. J. D. Wllbanks of touch with A. J. Grlffls or with seerror or collector.Mr. of funds. to the school of Bradford ,,Madison street

Tampa. The territory to be quar- Mr.. Dyer, who will be in his officeIn R. A. Weeks asked for an It It expected that an unprece Mr. J. D. Bowers, living east of Widows' pension were county..i i It was ordered that contract be
antined for the systematic dipping the court house every Friday. adjustment on the personal prop- dented number of votes will be Starke on the Bessent road asked for the following:. Mrs. .1e ae given the Bradford County Telegraph
program beginning In March of The county agent says that It is erty assessment for the year 1930. cast In the city election to be held; the board to. reimburse him for derson, Mis Madallne Frigo, for for printing the new city
next year Is In Southwest Florida. a proved fact that strawberry I After due consideration no reduc- here Tuesday. Mayor H. C. Wall i I damages alleged to have been relatives Mrs. Belle ParmenterMrs. code as per proposition submitted. J f
growing is the safest money crop tion was allowed.Mr. has announced Inspector of the,' caused by horse falling through Mamie Mead, Mrs. Ethel Bell, After payment of routine Midi. ,
Demonstration Work for the farmer in this section. He P. A. Crosby of Brooker election will be T. N. Kendrick, bridge on said road. The board Mrs. Katherine Sponholtz Mrs the council adjourned to Septem. (
would like to see at least a patch presented petition signed by twen Warren Perkins and J. L. Peek. sgreed to make some Investigationof Emma Bwllley Mrs. Alice Thomas, ber 14th. r {
Shows Big Progress on every farm in the county, for ty-nine citizens In and around Voting will take place at the city, the complaint.Mr. Mrs. C. A. Stafford Mr. Ida Wiggins C 4 r
the larger the crop, the better the I Brooker, Florida, asking that the hall from 8 o'clock a. m. until sun H. B. Kerce asked the boardto Mrs Beulah Kelly, Mr. Rosa Football Practice
Miss Pearl Jordan that market will be.GENERAL. Grlffls. Mrs. Ida George, Mr. Dora
says services of the county agent and down. make an advance on work doneon First
"home demonstration work in Brad- home demonstration agent be dis Here Is a sample ballot as pre- Dukes Ferry bridge. The board i, Sullivan, Mrs Hattie Alvarez, Mrs. Began of Week
ford and Union counties is showing ELECTION @ontlnued. Mr. Crosby spoke at pared by the city council. Look I agreed to pay him $200.00 at such Stllley. --
many signs of progress. length in behalf of the petition.' them over before making a final time as there were funds on hand I The board adjourned to meet the Eighteen youngsters, raring togo
Miss Jordan has been kept busy REGISTRATION OPEN The matter came too late for con choice. above the current expenses of the i first Monday In October.A. reported to Coach C. W, Larsen
for the past two weeks meeting sideration. The expense allowancefor For Mayor- -W, E. Middleton. I board. J. Grlffls, Secy. for football practice Monday. The ,
I coach means business and Immediately

with the clubs and getting them Registration books for the general the county agent and home For Alderman for one year-W. The board, having exhausted LFCiON put the to work
lined up for the fall and winter election of November 8th were! demonstration agent was discon- M. Edwards, J. 1. Frazee, J. T. funds provided for the mainten- ELECTS boys passIng -
light tackling and
work. After the summer vacations opened Monday at the office of H. tinued from the 1932 assessment.The Quigley.For ance of county roads, decided to Included blocking ,
OFFICE these
shft finds the girls are very anxiousto C. Wall, Supervisor of Registration board ordered $n,SO to be Alderman for two years.-W. suspend operations on said roads TUESDAY were nine among Jettermen eighteenmen of the +
get back to work. The girls and will remain open through paid to R. M. Hersey for burial ex- H. Andrews, P. M. Barefoot, O. L. only In cases of emergency, until 1931 team John >
: Inman Mac Dn
The annual 1 ,
roll\ call and fish -
begin their sewing classes the firstof Saturday October 8th. Beasley H. A. Bishop, T. N. Kendrick such time as funds would warrant of the supper via, Harry Tyson Eldredge" Robin t
JonoK-Lnngford-Whlte
September: Books are also open in all the (Continued on page 8.) further work.Forsyth. k
.. son, Malcolm Lewis! "Red" Cnnou ,
Post No. S3 American ,
Legion was
They have For Clerk .
devoted the first part precincts of the county and voters Treasurer and Tax Ivan
of the year to poultry gardening may register there or at the office Furniture Collector J. H. Fields, C A. held Tuesday night at Cascade Graduation uazen and Merrill Edwards. ;
Truck and Hood Plunge on Klngyley Lake last spring tool;
nutrition and home improvement.The of Mr. Wall. Futch, Carl Johns. tE
most of
The away the outstandingplayers
next two months will be spent For Tax Aa"cssor-C. A. following offIcer. were elect- -
Deputy Supervisors of Registration Knight.For
Hits SedanA ed for the of the 1031 team. Among
In Big :
getting the sewing exhibits for the period are: P. E. Ca- Marshal-A. L. Alvarez, J. Battle to Draw Pout Commander year Bob Rivers of them were Sternberg, Cox, Robin. '+ ;
ready for the achievement day. nova and J. W. Morgan, Starke; G. Boyd J. R. Colley, and H. L. Lake Butler. son, Mast and Matheny.

They are also getting out their fall G. W Roberts, Lawtey; C. B. Rob furniture truck driven by Gatlln. Gainesville Vasco Forsyth, 1st Vice Commander, A. J. Coach Lnmen's chief worry will "a H
gardens. Quite a variety of vege- erta. Graham; J. V. Jones, Hamp- Smith Denmark smashed! into a Ma >-* C V4L>>-> HM "Pride of Bradford" met his matchIn Thomas of Starke. be to find players to fill the positions
tables are being planted. The Junior ton; Mrs. J. P. Dickinson, Theressa Buick sedan about 12 o'clock Tues- LOW- BID ANNOUNCEDFOR Billy Hood, Orlando rlngman. In I 2nd Vice Commander, George A. left vacant In the backfield
Brooker' .-11 Council will be held at ; M. L. Johns New River; Miss day night just beyond the creek WORK ON ROAD 13 the main bout of the City Club's Anderson of Lawtey.The by Cox, Robinson and Mast Eight
the second Saturday In Eunice Hazen, Brooker. bridge south of town on road 13. -- weekly show Tuesday night. The remaining officers will be lettermen reported for line practice '
September. At this time girls will The sedan was being driven toward H. H. Wens, chairman of the
bout was called a draw. Forsyth appointed later by the post com five of these played as regulars
BKke plans for their achievement HICKS LEAVES FARM: I Gainesville by George Llnzmayer, I road department, announced Tuesday weighed 148, and Hood 192. mander. on the 1931 team. s
day program which will be heldat FOR COUNTY JAIL Jr., owner of George's Market In that the Van Gordon Construction It was a close battle, and while About fifty members were present With football practice not yet a I .
Starke court house the 29th of I Gainesville, and contained beside Co. of Jacksonville was the ap It lacked thrills. It gave the fans and heard speeches by 1. D. week old Coach Larsen has a very
October. The ladles are also makIng Arthur Hick. Lake Alto farm i I him. his wife and four children, parent lowbidder on work to bo an outstanding exhibition of clever Vinlng, A. J. Thomas and Bob i pessimistic view as to the outcome
plans for their exh'Mts for er, convicted of first degree mur and his father. done on Road 1* between Gainesville ring generalship on the part of Rivers. I I i of the schedu'e. The coach I I. J
achievement day. Those who have der of his wife. In Gainesville July |i The truck coming toward Starke, and Waldo. The Van Gordonbid Flood, and once again showed them Meeting night to. < e post has j very well pleased with the num
a definite home improvement project 18, 1930 and sentenced to die In (I headed Into the side of the sedan, was $270,641.75 for construction that Forsyth I Ie a hard man to beat. been changed from the first Tue- ber of boys who have reported for r:. '
will turn In their records durIng the electric chair will be moved I tearing away the baggage rack, work on nine miles of road. I Hood by far was the cleverest day night In the month to the sec- !,, practice thus far, but Is antlcipaU .
the month of September. They from Ralford to the Alachua county -and scattering several suit cases The contract will require the boxer ever to face Forsyth. He ond Tuesday. I log a still larger squad by the last '
will compete In the state council. I jail September 10. and their contents over the road. firm to employ local labor and solved the Starke battler's attack | of the week. II'
There are many interesting projects Sheriff R. J- WelLs of Alachua In turning his truck away after also require the adoption of a and met him on even terms MASONS: !rOMEET- Among those who should make: > {
under way and there seems county received an order for the hitting the sedan, Mr. Denmark thirty-hour work week and a wage throughout. In the tenth round II history for Bradford County High 1: -
to be a bright outlook for home removal yesterday. drove Into the ditch, but did not scale of twenty.cent an hour for when Forsyth held In a clinch Hood The regular communication of l It are Robinson. Inman, Parker
Demonstration work In Bradford Hick will be Imprisoned in the turn over although the grade Is unskilled labor, and thirty cents bent his head back and planted a the Bradford Lodge F. and A. M., In the backfIeld. With and.I'Tyson
and Union counties. county jail there until September high at that point. an hour for skilled labor. kiss on the "Pride of Bradford's" will be at the Masonic Hall, Mon Davis, Crosby, Packham, \ .
20th! when he will be given a sanity Effort are being made by Mr. The work will be paid for from 'brow to the delight of the crowd. day at 8 o'clock p. m. the two llama boys and numerous 1 ;.
Pena oc >a Total of 1,200,000 tearing. A peUUon for the hear LlDzmayer to collect damage for ; federal funds made available to -e-- I other prospects there seems, to
was surf" removed from entrance ing was granted by Circuit .JudgeA. his sedan, and baggage, which he Florida to provide employment for Mount. Dora-J. E. Jones Barber Stuart--Dead sewer line on N. many ardent supporters of ours;,
channel to Pensacola bay. V. Long last week. says amount to $100. i iitrltoW the ","]y.t Shop moved to new location Detroit Avenue being removed. great school, to be a silver lining. ",,

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'j 'assistant; Intermediate girls Mrs.. funeral of Marion Dyal last Sun., urday night with Miss Bertice Nor- nard of Bryceville Sunday.Mr. Miss Nettle Sellers of Jacksonn

.1\f. L. Watterson, teacher. Junior day were: Mr. and Mrs. Bin: and Mrs. E. W. Rosier were vllle were visiting Loca Bell SUID.

\: HIGHLAND I boys class, O. L. Harrison, teacher;;: Stokes and children, Mr. and Mrs,, VANDERBILT man.Mrs.. Linnie Rowe and children, visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Peele ner Sunday afternoon.
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I Frank Blom Cor. Junior class, Mrs L, L. Bed T. D. Dyal and little children, Mrs 'Corr'. eUI\u'.... c... 0\1 Miss Bertlce Norman and Miss Saturday afternoon. Nettle Ruth Starling, Ruth!
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,; I jenbaugh, teacher, Kathryn Weest,,, S. L. Prescott and daughters, Bee Melba demons attended church at i Mr. and Mrs. Allen Thornton of Brantley, Kate Andrews

assistant! ; Primary class, Mrs J. sie and Jewel, Lula Mae Lewis, L. Miss Lillian ana brother Heilbronn Saturday night. i iMr. Lake Alfred .were the guests of Starling, Edna Tyler Virgil!
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Mrs. Ralford Manning: and chl1'' I R. Colley, teacher and Mrs. Jennie! O. and Johnnie Lewis, Rostie J. R. Kelly, were* vial tingMisses .. E. E. Green was the guest her sister Mrs. Donle Pringle last Kirkland all were visiting LM.

dren spent the week-ead here with, Roper, assistant l ; Beginners class, Mann, Lloyd Dyal, Mrs. Avy Hines!, Louise and Agnes Sapp Saturday of Mrs. W. R. Kersey Monday of Monday.Mr. Belle Sumner Sunday.Mr. .

,, relatives.Mrs. I Hilda Durden teacher and Wilma Elmer Stokes, Vida Mae Mott, night ternoon. Richard Lang spent the Arthur Taylor of Law-lev

Nelson Green returned to,, Alexander, aaalstaat teacher; Edna Ernest Fowler, Thelma and Foy A large number of folks Miss Altle Rhoden of Jacksonville week-end In Maxvtlle visiting hIs was visiting Mr. Crockett Sunnier,

her home In SUrke Friday afternoon Harrison, pianist; Ernest Morgan, Stokes. from this section attended young the sing- is visiting her aunt, Mrs ,family. Sunday.Mr. .
after spending a week herewith I Rufus Green. Peeie and Sinclair
secretary-treasurer. Card of Thanks convention Sunday at Pine LeveL Mr. Cheatham W. A. Tyler and family Were
relatives. Moseley were in Starke Sunday visiting Mr. and Mrs. '
Pencle ,
\
Miss Debris Bloods-
Mrs. Berten Couthers spent Sun We wish to express our many and Evelyn Jds(
morning. Sunday afternoon.Mr. .
thanks to those who were so kind worth and brothers, Francis and
: day here with her sister Mrs. Mr. C. A. Pringle was a business O. T. Nelson attended
Madeus DOUBLE RUN
to assist us during the sickness spent the pant week-end church
Mrs. Ruth Marr. LITTLE SPRINGS visitor in Orange Park Saturday.Mrs. at the Underhill land
and death of our loved one and with their grandmother, Mrs. Florence mark school I
{ Mr. and Mrs. Harry WImberly C. A. Pringle and daughters Sunday.
ntmm Boot Brown, Car.
Nichols Willie Aloe Newsome, Cor. for the beautiful flowera. We also Bloodsworth of Ralford.
returned to their home at Jewell Edith and Clara Marie O. T. Nelson
thank Dr. W. B. Parka and Dr. E. Mr. and Mrs. Irving DeBose of attended business
Friday after spending several days with her sister Mrs. in Starke
Monday ,
L. Bigga of Starke.SignedMr. Worthington Springs were the dinner Miss Freda Brown and Willie spent Saturday.
here with Mr. Wimberly' mother, Miss Willie Mae Newsome of
W. M. Reddish. Mrs. R. S.
( ) and Mrs. I. W. guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Johns were guests of Inez Kersey Waldron spent the day
Mrs. H. C. Wimberly.J. Little Springs was the guest of Alvarez Mien Mary Pringle of Bryceville Monday with Mrs. A. C. Sumner
Mft-and Mrs. O. W. and Sunday. afternoon.
Dyal, Dyal Sunday
T. Marr and C. D. Wilkinson Miss Eloise Rhoden of Hellbronn last week with her cousins Mra. Sofie Muse
Black family, Mr. and Mrs. J. W, Lewis Miss Mildred Alvarez spent Mon Robert Kirkland and 'A. T. Andrews spent spent two weeks
visitors in the
were business Springs Saturday !afternoon.Mr. Misses Emmalyne Pringle and Evelyn with her
\ and family. day In StArke. were the guests of Albert daughter, Mrs, A o
Creek section Sunday. and Mrs. Ernie Johns were v Moueley.BOOTSEY'S. Sumner
during her illness.
Mr F. M. Nor/nan and daughter, Brown Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. George Wilkinsonand the guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. Nor. The
-5- pastor of the
in Law- Mattle, were transacting businessIn Mr Lacy Futch called on Miss Holiness
children were visiting man Sunday afternoon. Jacksonville Friday afternoon. Millie Judd Saturday church, R. F. Kirkland of Saxton,
evening.
\ tey Sunday. afternoon.. Mrs Louie Norman, Eloise Dill, RISING Messrs. Russell Norman and J. Kenneth Bagwell was the guestof Mr. A. C.Sumner, Misses Mellie
----- Carra Bell Norman and Mrs. Thel- BEACITI
I and Lois Judd
: I C. Sapp were visiting in Starke Wardolph Johns Saturday af and Ancel Brown

ma Norman were the guests of Mr. I Mra. 11. M. atone, Car, Friday night. ternoon. *. GnabfttM (air. attended Sunday school and dinnerat
and Mrs. Perry Newsome Sunday Lake
City Sunday.
HAMPTON I Misses Boots and Freda Brown
afternoon.M. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lewis and I --+ --
called on Mrs. W. A. Tyler of Sax-
MU A.... MIIII.M. (..... Johns was the guest of Jim daughters. Edna and Thelma and I II ton Sunday morning. Robert, Wilbur and Alga Craw Coastal Construction C<, '''''m?
Newsome Sunday. Heilbronn ford killed a large rattlesnake Sat rock
Springs on Tavares-Mount Dora id.
Mr. Alfred Brown and Miss Dollle Cecil Kersey was the guest of
Pitt Newsome, Alma Newl'lom'eand attended funeral of urday morning which had thirteen Tampa-Harrlscolor Films Inc.
The P. T. A of the Hampton McRae the Wardolph Johns Sunday afternoon ,
Edna Newsome In Starke HUM Thrlnm llhodrn. Cur rattles. The went to the sites .
were boys Inspecting here for -stablishment .
public school met last Friday evening Mrs. M. L. Chalker at Ocala Baptist Mr. Lacy Thornton of Plum
Saturday afternoon. woods near their home to get of picture studio
September 2nd with twenty. : church last Tuesday. Mrs. I Nearley was a visitor in this section
Cornelius Moore and Clarence Mrs. L. L. Bryan and children wood. When they spied the snake
nine present, Including teachers Chalker was an aunt of Mra. Lewis I Sunday. ----- -
j 1 and patrons with O. L. Harrison ; Moore went to Hellbronn church and the mother of Dr. Chalker of returned home Sunday after a two Mrs. Emma. Dickerson Mrs. by the log where they were goingto Perry Rights of way h. ii", ne-

' acting aa chairman, the following Sunday night. the state farm. week's visit with her father, Mr. Mamie Grlffis and Mr. and Mrs. R. get their wood, alarm was given cured for unfinished gap of ""ut
! elect. Mr. Johnnie Cowart of Little W. C. Rhoden.Mr. just in time to save them from being seven miles on state road, 1\111 jji
V annual P. T. A. officers were I Mrs. Evelyn Crosby spent Sunday A. Griffis were visiting Mr. and .
Springs went to Starke Friday Seeber Forsyth was a visitor bitten by the monster. We
f ed for the ensuing year, namely: with her son-in-law and daugh. Mrs. O. L. Brown Sunday after-
President, Mra. P. B. Hunt; vice- morning. to Alachua one day last week. haven't learned yet if the boys got Fort Pierce Growers Fertilizer
ter Mr. and
" Mrs Brittan Alvarez.
I president, M. L. Watterson: secretary ,, Mr. and Mrs. H C. Brown of Mrs. Gladys Edwards and mother noon.Miss their wood or not, but we know Co., held opening at their new plant
Judd called Bill
, Mrs. L. H. Futch and treasurer ,Lawtey were the guests of Mrs. Miss Audrey McRae was visiting ; Mrs. George,;; were the guestsof Mary on they captured the snake, and are north of city.

Mrs. L. A. Johns. A good Newsome of Little Springs Fri. Miss Marie Alvarez in Vanderbilt Mr. and Mrs J. C. Jones Friday.A Kersey Sunday evening.BROOKER beginning to get over the shock _

I I social time was enjoyed, and they day afternoon. section Sunday afternoon.M. I very large crowd attended the and gain their natural color again. St. Augustine Plans under

&, 'adjourned to meet in the near future Mr. C. A. Crosby preached at F. Denmark of Jacksonville, dance from this- section Monday Among those'visiting In Starke, way relative to construction of

i: but the exact time was not Hellbronn church Sunday night. is spending this week with H. B. night. Saturday were Mr. and Mrs. E. W. proposed bridge over San Sebastian

:- stated. Kelly. Mr. Champ Taylor of Jacksonville Rosier, Mr. and Mrs. John Ches- river connecting state road No 4

1 Mrs. P. B. Hunt has as her Miss Luclle Bennett of St. Petersburg spent a few days of last week MlM 'V... G Iney, Cor. ser Mr. Roy Quinn C. E. Crawford with Duero street.Tallahassee.

,j'/ i, guests this week, Mrs. S. M. Simmons ZIFF who has been visiting her here with Mr. Frank Robinson.Mr. Wilbur Crawford, Mrs. Jean

' her daughter and family of brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Russell Judd of Double Run, The Brooker P. T. A. gave a box Gaskinn and son J. B., Mills Gen culler] for

I', Virginia, Mrs. Darby from Lake L Minn I.nla Mae Lrtrln, Cor. Mrs. Floyd Crosby Is now visiting was the guest of Miss Los le Anderson social at the school house Friday, eva Gaskins and J. L. Gaskins.Mr. construction of bridge across Choc-

land her brother and family of relatives at Theressa.Mr. Sunday. Sept. 2nd. Before the sale of the and Mrs. Jerry Dryden of tawahatchee river on highway No.

Winter Haven, Mra. C. P. Sasser Mr. Misses Essie Crawford and Clara boxes, a varied program was given Palm Valley, spent a few days here 10 at Walton-Washington county
; P. W. Lewis and Mr. L. J. Robert Groover of Miami
Bell Carter were the guests of which was greatly enjoyed by all. this week the guest of Mrs. Dry. line.
1 d and daughter, Mrs. T. J. Thomas Johns of Jacksonville spent last passed through this section Monday
and family all of Valdosta, Ga., Sunday night here with Mr and night. I Misses Thelma and Mae Rhoden Mr. Mlnsy Groover ably acted as den's mother, Mrs. J. Roy Quinn -
i I Sunday afternoon.Mr auctioneer, and the many beautifully and other relatives.J. TRAm SCirEDULEOur
of '
Pearce Starke.
and the Misses Mra. J. W. Lewis. Mrs. Hilton :
Rev. McGauley of Brooker will 'I Miss Ellen Howard of Jackson ter. Mrs. Mabel Dunkley and daugh.l and Mrs. Marlon Forsythand decorated boxes found a B. Kirkland and Earl Prevattof schedule changes Sunday,

preach at the Baptist church next .ville spent the last of this week children, son, DeWltt, are spending this ready sale. The proceeds will be Lawtey spent Sunday here with. Mav 22nd and trains will run as
I" were visiting relatives used toward the purchase of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Cheaser. follows
t Sunday morning and evening. The here with relatives and friends and here week In Jacksonville with relatives.Mr. song :
orchestra of Waldo, will have while here attended the Miss Saturday. Littleton Kite spent Saturday books and other needs of the Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Norman and I j No. 1 Southbound local due
meetingat Corrlne
Strectltn and Micas school Great credit Is due to the Sunday at Strxike, 10:59
charge of the music duringthe New Hope. Irene night and Sunday In Jacksonville daughter Clco spent p. m.
Denmark
service. spent Monday with with his wife, Mrs. Nettle members of the entertainment Highland the guests of the form No. 11, Southbound loc 1. due
evening Mr, R. L. and Cecil Thomas of Mr. and Mrs. Lester
Mrs. M. J. Maxwell who has Crosby. committee, Miss Martha Groover, er's parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. N. Starke 9:20: a. m.
Btarke in I
were section
visiting
our Miss Lillian Kite.A
Kelley and brother, Mrs. Sadie and Mrs. No.
Polk Blanche
been for several weeks with her Sunday. J. I very large<-crowd attended Norman.Mr. 107 Southbound limited, due-
R.
attended an Ice cream sup Baxter, whose efforts to Theodore Norman of Starke 10:27
helped Hlgh- :
children in Jacksonville, has returned Mr. I church at Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Rigdon's a. m.
Zenos Williams
several
spent at the
per home of Mr. and Mrs. Saturday night. make this affair a success. land spent a few days here last No. 2 Northbound local due
to her home here. days of last week at Lake Butler Frazier Shaw
Mr. G. W. Rhames, who has been with friends and relatives.Mr. ,night. at Raiford Saturday Mr. Jack Edwards was .in our Among those attending church week with his brother, .Mr. Lacy Starke 6:19: a. m.
1 section service at New Hope last Saturday Norman. No. 12, Northbound local due
Tuesday night.
J quite ill for several weeks has A. I. Mann and Mr. Lloyd Mrs. Amanda
e friends here who Silcox of Starke, Mr. R. P. Taylor spent part of and Sunday were Mr. and Mrs.G. Mr. Roy Grlffis of Rosedale Starke 3:31: p. m.
d are glad
many Dyal were attending to businessIn
t to know that his condition is im Jacksonville Monday and Tues Mrs.spent Saturday with her sister, I Monday on his farm here with Mr. W. Hazen, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. spent Friday night here with his No. 108 Northbound limited due

Evelyn Crosby. Frank Robinson.Mr. Hazen, Mrs D. W. Hazen Miss sister, :Mrs. L. J. Norman.Mr. Starke 6:01: p. m.

j proving.The Baptist Sunday school of day.Mrs.. E. Howard of Fairbanks Quite a number of people In this I Horace Nettles was the Eunice Hazen, Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Roy Quinn, Mr. R. N.:Crawford Starke and Wannee 101 leaves

y section are attending the revival guest of Miss Pencle Davis Mon Gainey, Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Gainey, Alga Crawford and Mr. Jerry Starke 7:00: a. m.
the First church of Hampton
\ Baptist the i
spent last of thIs
week here
meeting at Hellbronn church this day afternoon. Mr. and Mrs, R. W, Brannen, Mrs.J. Dryden" were business visitors to No. 102 arrives 2:40: p. m.
1 elected their Sunday school officers with relatives.Mr. .
l week. II Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Moore' and J. Morgan and son, Clarence, Starke Monday Closing of Malls
for the lasts
ensuing .
; year and
Mrs. I. W. Dyal of Graham Miss Llllle McRae and Misses
Mrs. Josle Stewart, Mr. and Mrs. South
family all attended church at New
Sunday morning as follows: Sun. -
spent Sunday here with their Muriel and Rachel Silcox of I
\ Hope Sunday. Rev. Crawford filled John Mott.H. Train No. 11, parcel post, 9am.
day school superintendent, Mrs. parents Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lewis.A Starke were visiting Mrs. Lester his regular appointment. P. Galney, J. R. Matt H. R. No. 107, letters special delivery

. Inez: Morrow; assistant supt. L. J. large crowd from here at Crosby Friday afternoon. Brown, L. A. Brown, R. T. Osteen. SAXTON and special handling, 10:10: a. m.
,1 ", :Wynn; Men's adult bible class, J. tended the annual meeting at New Mr. Ernest Norman of Gainesville --- r S-- were transacting business! In I North

I. Tucker, teacher Ladles adult Hope Saturday and Sunday. who underwent an operationa Starke Monday.Mrs. Miss Vlol.i Tjler Cor. No. 12, parcel post and letters,

t' bible class, Mrs. J. P. Sullivan, Mr. Henry Shaw spent Sundayat few days ago and Mr. and Mrs. LANE, L. W. McDonald and little 3:13 p. nt.

teacher Mrs. L. A. Wynn, assistant Graham with Mr. and Mrs. F. J. J. Morgan of Gulf No. 108 letters deliveryand
son, who has been spending some Mrs. Pinkie Thomas and Mr. special
t ; teacher; Young men's class, H. B. W. Reynolds. are visiting their Hammock'i Lort'IIA Green, Cor. time here with her sister Mrs. H. ,. Bob Baton" of Saxton spent the special handling, 5:40: p. m.

Wiggins, teacher, Marvin Williams, Mr. W. J. Johns of Starke is Mrs. J. E. Norman. B. Crosby has returned to her week-end at the big meeting at Starke A Wannee Branch

11 assistant teacher; Young ladles spending this week here with his The singing convention was enjoyed home in Blountstown. the Hardshell church at New Hope. Mail closes, 7:00: a. m.

class, Mrs. J, P. Sullivan, teacher; daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and by au.Remember. I I Mrs. Leroy Norman and Miss Juanita Stokes of Baldwin. Mr. H. D. Tyler and son, Elbert, Mall arrives, 2:40: p. m.
Intermediate boys class L. J. Mrs. dren were visiting Mrs. P. D. Chll-I'
J. W. Lewis.
, prayer meeting at' spent last week here as the guest were visiting Mr. George Rivers Night mail closes, 6:10 p. m.
Wynn, teacher Marshal Matchett, Those from here attending the Corinth every Wednesday night. I dish one day last week. of Miss Mildred Morgan. ; Thursday. -* Train No. 1, south, 10:59:: p. m.
Mrs. Rosa Canady of Macclenny
Elder and Mrs. W. R. Rhoden of Mr. George Rivers and family Train No. 2, north, 6:19: a. m.
I spent Saturday night with her slater
If -SCH60LDAYS\ -B Mrs. W. R.: Kersey. Macclenny attended church services -'were visiting his father, H. O. Rivers Blue Bus Scheduler

; DWIG Miss Bertlce Norman spent Fri at New Hope last Sunday, of Starke Tuesday. Daily, effective Jan. I, 1932:

day night with Misses Pauline and and spent Saturday night here Miss Viola and Jean Tyler were Northbound 8:03 a. m., 1::39 p.

h with Mrs. Millie Galney. visiting Mrs. A. A. Sumner Sun m., 4:69 p. m., 8:19 p. m..

J .... .. { Lorene Green. Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Crosby were day afternoon Southbound-9:34 a. m., 12.34 P-
I Mr. Robert Norman was visiting -
6: f fOOTpR.\t1.s. friends In this section Saturday attending to business here last Mrs. H. D. Tyler was the guestof m., .4:34: p. m., 12:50 a. m.
I I. ;, Thursday Mrs. A. C. Sumner Sunday. Tickets and Information at

'1)) Ott. "''I,!"eo!'. <"',,#tr-.. A T'} lj' i j I afternoon.Roy and R. L. Clemons and .. I Mrs. R. S. Waldron spent Monday Smith's Service Station, next to I

I with Mrs. A. G. Sumner. courthouse.You'll .
j' F. 1M: = .t&\.f.\> \ i Earl Parmenter all attended I r
\ -
STevy Oi* N CiIMtu+ IIDCT- ) ,w, ,,J nHes I church Saturday night at the home BOA TDRAiN

PeARhoLer\ "I.IIHI"QO: fIILLIl l of Mr. J. J. Rigdon.I I
.> );ffpI Miss ] know''' how
Cor. never gooda
Cherry Harrell.
: I and Mrs. Jake and Mr.
Sapp
I Crocus LJ.I<..I'r .
6" e. WJ'M! RosT A. 1 / I .
j 5 tats HM.lE0. .ie0. tI".If' J 1 ( .' .( and Mrs. W. R. Kersey and Mrs.I cigar can be until you, % .
t I Crls all attended Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Silcox and
;0 { | Yarborough l
1 ;' ..,.... \!i :MK l ; :: % ictrciltss\ l, i Church Saturday at New Hope. family was a dinner guest at her have smoked a \. :.... : :.,;
1 :
, rRAtu< -... :.' \I'rS.fft.-. .,.. ..... .'...-: : Mrs.W. C. demons and son. Jun. brother and brothtrln-law Mr. and
.. i
'
! MEwaRO: \ ..,..t 'FM foil. ....1..{ ilOl'E ......_ .. s lor, were the guests of Mrs. P. D. Mrs. R. L. Lee. c \VAs8VOIV -

! :, gpu 4D C ....... 'ISents' tI t $Ji.z ,l' Reddish Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Johns and "

, \' "' Misses Pauline and Josephine', family were the dinner guests at / P'

f I N" ....* ..e.'.. .j.,..... Green and Miss Juanita Williams |:Mr. and Mrs. Arch Prevatt's Sun \\ SAME
,. >... / / c..lS.. I
..J".O'. I, WIGOwag \ attended the dance at Earlton day.Mrs. t MORE

, \j,1' ; *" FRep.htl /..T T ) POtf: Beach Saturday night. Hattie Moore of Ovleda has :)
'
'; \ M ,\ ''- ....,'M 03 O'.. f\ 't Mrs. Corley Johns and family been in Starke visiting friends and Delightfully MELD t

e I :snuw" .r. ,. r and Mrs. Tillman Alvarez of relatives. She returned to her home

i ,, "\ .....-......." **. 'f' rIS J .:"J "" ,." 1 Starke, were visiting' Mrs. E. E. Saturday. /. Lewis Cigar Mfg. Co. Newark N. J. Makers
; **** 6"CT5 ,
.
l/ Miss Harrell Sunday
% spent
.' -'.. f V i-* 1. Green and family Sunday after Cherry
3. \ 3 *....,..*..... \ FRftHK' *' .,.. noon. with her sister, Mrs. Callle GAINESVILLE CANDY CO., Gainesville Fla.
... : ..
.- \ i' $ -. -"
\ \ I'
the Gainey.
i" Miss Josephine Green was I
.%. ...._.,". ,. ".' "... and Loren Mra. Cynthia Lee Is In town
; \ J ? l ,. / guest of Misses Pauline -
.
.. ; :.... ........,*_....'V, \ .S%"...-- ; ,/ -. Green Sunday.Mr. spending a while with her daughter Wake Up Your Liver Bile

::r f\S,", / \ >w... Herman Woodle was guestof Mrs. Delia Silcox.

I' N : ./" QJ,, 1eR f 1wt ......... Miss Mildred Sanders Sunday Juanita Priest spent Sunday with I

,- .... Mae and Melba Prevatt.
evening.
!.I J Calomel
.. 11\\ .. -Without
CALLS t ... :Mrs. E. L. Louis and daughter, Ruth Ella Priest spent Sunday

". 7o \\II'\ .....,. Ps t .4I 1 ca ee ,.... tarter Agnes were the dinner guests of with Marie and Julia Ttson.
s
." "I'M I1SM MP Mrs. E E. Green Sunday.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Boree And You'll Out of Bed II thla. Ml*to Sot......h+dr.p o fad
" .' Jr .40" & t and J. C. were visiting the home of Mr. Math Jump bo'sM.
.. 9QL. w.. Randolph Crosby d..ar., .u.-.. II J"...,. fa tU
If ..
..
, .Y. \ I.,', l ..... Sapp passed through this section Griffis Sunday.Mr. in lire Morning Rarin to Go'If 0.. blase cap 7s.y s'-- Toa t.1 .
# l C. B. Johnson and Mr. Arch I Uttaa .
5acVG
\ Sunday afternoon.Mr. brtath ta foul
\ ) thick M4 rte u WNa1, ,_ J' .iF I. ft\. D Bascom Williams waa the Prevatt were visitors at Mr. Theo- feel sour and sunk and the to blimlitu" Tour *...
l' .: ?o'oo ....J :- TOO "" ktwka ml
: \ ,.J T \ ) dore Tlson's Sunday afternoon. world looks don't swallow lot .....Toar.*".
: 0- & -,' ". ,;I'.. guest of Miss Mae Thomas Sunday punk a clMi uul rM ltd town u<
!evening. e< salts mineral water oil, laxativecandy aya.r vlfaoad.
4 # { } \itAA1 ) M6.
P y # t.O3i fSII' or chewing and expect nwbrtbrs-alacARTCRBIIrrLY
'. '= .601 t :Miss Juanita Williams spent cum
'
'. _.
; .. .. '.'\. : 1b PO1,4 Saturday. night and Sunday with GREENWOODm them to make Tea suddenly sweet 12YER TRSb to.......M pamdi of bet
QuAIiTECi
'- i .
, '1.1 "" { Misses Hazel and Ida Mae Johns. and buoyant and IuD at sunshine. ......rrlr sal...u yea fool 'UP red.P'

7 "",\..) T.s n f Miss Lorene Green was visiting : .... :.,m.lr". Prtmfl, c... For they cant do It They only Tlwr wmtata _dorfuI. Mant- r10d*

OrnR.I' Miss Bertie Norman Friday after- mar the bowels and a mere movement _.-tIIo.8IMk1.boD. k asul a.isklna

noon. Mr. Cheatham Peele spent Saturday .. doe n'$ get at the cause. The tie bile let fNoI7.

J3".I..; 1 Mo11N R get\DS \\\1'110' T* Miss Lizzie HaroAg speak Sunday night with hl couaio,. Mr. plees, far yen?down-and-out feeling Bet....trkh.E..pla.eshkaCulrlual.Ls.lfk.1.

3\)Tencx SWOP fOR A QONfe t& \IioR.T ne f1'st\- night with Misses Rosa and Sinclair Uoaeley. 1 r year'BTBT. It should pour out two .slG.uMseatAr1use .. E..1
Lade Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Pringle .vera pounds of liquid bile Into yew bawds :.u.r J'ID8 ea the ro4 kM.

iL.L \ >R Miss Melba demons spent Sat. visiting Mr, and Mra. Jack Ken- dally. .w.ac....1Ie....__ 0teSi.C.MGJ'a'





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I SEPTEMBER 0, 1932 1
tat : BRADFORD ;1

_. COUNTY TELEGRAPH STAR''''. FLORIDA _. .._____
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7 I\FLORID'\'S DLt.CK:1S!: ;I NATIVE CATTLE!: HAVE '-TREMENDOUS-' '
r OVERHEAD
BE PROTECTEDFOR PLACE! IN PRODUCTION

LIVE STATE NEWSNews r I L Do l'.Ol i'fY''J ? 0} I SUPPLY) TO LAST i, OF BEEF-- IN FLORIDA The Reconstruction 1 dance Corporatlon .r

--an organization set
I (By Spuds Johnson) Gainesville, Fla, Native cattle up ,

of Florida in Short ;, I've been hearing a lot recently have a place in the beet production by the Republican administrationas

Paragraphs about protecting our black bass. I program for Florida due to their a relief agencyIs DO piker .

J never stopped to think that there hardiness, W. !I. Black in charge 'I when It comes to paying exorbitant
salaries to a horde of "
was danger of executives
exhausting our supply of beef cattle Investigation with : '

00. .&b. l until I heard a radio talk recently I the U 8. Department of Agriculture I lawyers, secretaries clerks and ;
malt- by a well known biologistwho stated In an address during other employees.

Homestead-Four year old War- Includes an Item of 1 r was speaking In behalf of the Farmers' Week recently held here. I The renter of directors, officers
$25.000 n
itI rene Survey was taken to a hospital northern newspaper for Izaak Walton League. Such cattle will often make rea and employees of the corporation

n. bere and treated for acratchs the city during the advertising of He told how Florida waters were sonable galas where others fall. I carrlea 122 employees whoso salaries -

and bites as the result of being at. The amount is about comingseason.half what I Ideal for tbe black bass, how thatIt II With the improvement of stock, are more than $400.00 a,
was month. As
Ca tacked by a raccoon.St originally requested by the cham- grew larger and stronger here must come the Improvement of' them will a matter of fact, mostof .:

ber of commerce advertising com- than in any other section and how herd management and he urged and $800 a month.average between $60

''Y.er Petersburg:-Private boats mittee. Money to insure spring Aat that semen were rapidly taking I the working away from native The assistant to the directors

joined local coast guardsmen todayIn training of the Yankees and # this fish from our waters. I've stock as rapidly as conditions will drafts down $1.25000

the search for three New Port Braves was included in the budget Yy fished about as much as the aver- permit.Mr. does the a month, as "
general counsel. A
re4s. RIcbey boys missing: In the Gulf set-up. age fisherman in Florida and I Black worked In Florida in counsel special .'

since they put out from the Anc- know that when It comes to fresh cooperation with the state Expsrl- secretary gets receives a like sum, whilethe -
1000.00
late river early Tuesday afternoonin Tallahassee water fishing the black bass Is our ment Station and understands conditions In
-The state depart-I addition there l Is a staff of lawyers
small boat. one Important fish. here. He is
also
a open ment of a cattleman whose
public Instruction has an- i compensation Is from S66d.
nounced the award of 81 scholar- I was surprised when the speaker or wide experience. He recently 66 to $800.00) a month.

ule Tampa Seven hundred and ships from counties and senatorial -Vvi said that 38 states had laws returned from Africa with The payroll also carries more as.

fifty railroad men will go back to districts to the University of Flor- t against the sale of black bass and about 30 head of Africander cat Mutant secretaries than Carter had l
Florida Ida that Florida was the only state In tle for breeding Improvement along
work throughout Tuesday. at Gainesville and Florida State oats each drawing down $516.67
y Tbe Atlantic Coast Line railroadwill : College for Women here. Awards which black bass are found not the Gulf Coast. per month. In salaries and special

reopen their shops then. They were not made in the case of Ci4 having such a law. He went on to "Where we have Improved pastures fees alone the corporation Is spending ,

a have been closed for two weeks. other available scholarships be- explain that thousands of tourists winter feeds and no ticks, from three-quarters of a mil-

About 250 will be employed in cause there were no candidates ely come to Florida annually to fish such breeds as the Aberdeen An. lion dollars annually. An assistant

hops here.Gainesville. because the contestants failed or to :; and that they spend vast sums of gus Hereford and Shorthorn shoulddo manager of one of its branches gets
a money here We all benefit from well since we want as much of $1.00000
qualify in the examinations which : a month, which Is morn
this money since It puts more in the best quality of beef as possible
than
4e A 900 yard seine were held. many bank presidents receive. .
4t was confiscated as state propertyby 0 circulation for people to buy thingswe Where we do not have Improved Democratic leaders declare that "

Judge B. D. Hiers after Game Tallahassee have to sell. condition. it Is believed that native this sort of thing la the Republican

r Wardens Charles Thomas, Gainesville from Suwannee- School officials I knew that we had a law against cows and registered beef sires or Idea of economy in !government

and John Stevens Ocala to confer county were here the seining of fresh waters, and I'' either high grade beef cow. and and la one of the many sins of .'
with W. S. such
Cawthon
captured the net In a raid Thurs- state had heard that Lake Okeechobee 1 hardy bulls" as the Brahman commlattlon for which the Republi
superintendent of public Instruction should be used.
day night at Lochloosa. Operatorsof was classed aa salt water. But I cans must answer In the November
and other He termed
state officials the Brahman
seine The this fellow went on to show thatIt as fine
the escaped. net was In eloctlon.'I
valued ,at more than $500. regard to damage which suddenly OJ, R 11M was fresh water and that thousands for crossing with beef cattle to The Democratic platform. It U. I
has visited the high school 1IEIIh! :: "BI" Increase resistance to disease and
f'I.Ir.1& of black bass were seined out pointed out, calls for an Immediate ?

Jacksonville Mrs. Ruth Bryan building in Live Oak. A portionof C. Atofewi ,._, annually. Worse than that, Illegal to Increase hardiness. The Afric and drastic reduction of governmental *
I I'' the building has sunk, the foun- I'h."A. M M /tIp ander, he said, Is a little larger and ;
seiners seine of freshwater
Owen returned to New York today any our expenditure. and the elimination
by airplane to resume her duties dation apparently having given rjprfAT In the Botanical Gardens, Trinities, British West Indies, there I IA lakes and as soon as the fish are decidedly more gentle than the of extravagance In the operation ",

with the national Democratic 'i away because of quicksand or some a tree known as the Cannon Bill Tree It get Itt name from : out of water they can say they are Brahman. Being brought up under of all governmental agencies. .
J,other hidden cause. This has left the shape and size of Its fruit which la shown in the picture Eaoli: the adverse conditions of South
I Lake Okeechobee bass. It looks to It Is stated that such lavish ,
executive committee. She Is
organ- the structure Just before the cannon ball weighs abol.t three pound. The tree grows to a height Africa, they are fine rustlers.
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l7in i gtheL women speakers' bu eau'll i iceiore i of school in openIng -f UO ft and the btik Is uejd ett."llve'v: |I"i txnnlno. me like we ought to fall in line he operating costs as Is being practiced '
) a dangerous condl- Summing up, stressed Flor.Ida'
,, r'wu -- with the other states which have by the Reconstruction Fl-
: one ieit norm wwen iore- --. unusual
black bass and get around this bad opportunities In beef nance Corporation are one of the \

cast a In"sweeping the November: Democratic election.victory And the \Worst is Yet to Come-- situation by passing a law pre- production and urged that cattlemen many explanations of executive

Arcadia With heavy rains venting the sale of black bass in develop types suited to their taxation under Republican rule.

checking the work of securing baby the state conditions not forgetting hardiness -

Wauchula-County Commission gators for shipment to boys all and gradually breeding for type I 8t Augustine .-- Local Elks occupying -
er.elect H. K. Still has what he
over this country for pets, the ship : PRACTICAL VALUE IN and quality possessed by our estab- new home on Bay street
considers one of the most productive ments recently have been progress- i FILLINU FLORIDA. WITH _lI..hed_.______ b..t__n h..I.__.___.._.
of avocado trees at his home
!NOTH OF HI.UCTIONTo !
Ing somewhat slowly. Between ORNAMENTAL PLANTS
300
here. The tree from seed -= = MORE I -
grew a =- -- _. THAN MILLION
and 400 of
the -
planted five years ago, and now Is tiny alligators have Ivjr NARCISSUS 11 U L II S the Rhorirf or Bradford County,
been shipped by George End who Gainesville, Fla. There's practical of th* mat or Florida;
more than 25 feet high. This yearIt undertook to fill the order -= value aside from esthetic GROWN IN FLORIDA U* It Known That I, K. A O1tATNnrreierr r
for or Hint of the Htato ofFlorida
bore than 500 fine
more avoca-
-
5000 of them for a boys' magazineIn H,pFGO qualities in filling every nook and rtn hrvhy .Iva untie thatUMNKIttt. a
do pears. the east. Shipments have in corner of Florida with ornamentAl Galneiivllla, Fla.-More than one 1':1.1: <1c''rIOill
I come hundred and ten million narcissus will b* nelit In Krartford I'minty,

Palm Beach-The blueflsh are part from of several the state.point.The In the northern ''.!! plants widely, known says II.sub-tropical Harold Hume horticultural bulbs have been harvested so far .Hint uer*.dlnir of Florid the: rtr.e nn Monday,: ': "r'l No-**

running again and Palm Beach not seem much disturbed young gatorsdo by [ 11IJIF'( jJJJiII1IIIfia writer and assistant director this year by 158 Florida nurseries, v,".lnathA,mn.r, A, 1>. 191 the Mid Tuomlajrb

anglers are happy. Arrival of the according to Inspection records of
their carriage in the United States of research with the Florida KKIMTJI OAT OF" NOVFlMBKn' ':
bluefish each season is signal for J. C. Goodwin, nursery Inspector of Fur United 1 8mti Senator front
of and ?
College Agriculture Experi-
malls.
the th. Htnt of Florida, for ale! years'
unlimbering rods and reels State Plant Board. The
many ment Station. from MHirh 4. III3'IKor : .
which have remained in seclusion fP "With the state an all-year play- largest bulb producing areas In the seven (1) I'r.*li1.ntl.t Kl.otorn. -
.
since last winter. More than 100 DeLand The work of paint V for tourists beautification state are located In the vicinity of
ground For 1I."r..n.atlv.! In Cnn.reas
of these choice salt water fish ing repairing and renovating' \ M should be a statewide of Jacksonville, Doctors Inlet Green Mists of Florida nt large In the
project
were taken at the pier In a single buildings on the campus prepara- /f/ also Cove Springs, Penney Farms and, HKVuntyfuurth.., Contr..... of the Unit. ,
Landscaping
magnitude. a plot oil '''a I.
I
afternoon. tory to the opening of John B.I Beach.Inspection .
Increases Its cash value and the Daytona For Il.pr.senaily.. of th* B* ,on Tallahassee The Tallahassee Stetson university here September and certification of ('on..r..lolII&l IJUtrlrt of the !Btnt! ,* t
readiness with which It may sold of K lor kin. In th. M.v.ntyFourtCnnur
police department will vouch for 14, has been practically completedand What better advertisement couldbe narcissus bulbs la. maintained by .i.. of the United HtatFor ....
an Improvement in business here. all is in readiness for the opening asked for ths State Plant Board that shipments Uovurnor of the !StatS! of Florida {
a community or a ,
Squads of officers were called out of the new college year. Dr. i piece of real estate than masses may be made from Florida Kor: fWrnlnry' of State of the
Saturday to control a crowd of Lincoln Hulley university president in compliance with the narcissus Htm of Florida. .
about two stores I is already on the ground havIng of flowering plants properly ar- of the K"r Attorney O.n.ral of the
buyers swarming quarantine Federal Bureau
ranged? Florida Is blessed with a of Florid" .*.
that had advertised fire sales. Tear returned recently from an ex- of Plant Quarantine.To Mllrnr Comptroller of the Slate of
bombs hurled and tended visit to England and Ire- I climate which allows the growingof the Florida.For .
gas were night : protect horticulture of
an endless variety of such Treasurer nt the Slate of
sticks wielded to restore order. Nobody land. oCher faculty members are u Florida the State Plant Beard Florida.

was hurt.Jacksonville. arriving dally and all will be on : plant. maintains a nursery Inspection ser For tlu".rlntenl.nl of Publlu Inutriiitliin .
aid that .
w To the forces are accomplishing of th Suite of Florida.Fur
hand prior to the opening of the so much toward beau- vice to keep In touch with the CnmmlimlfVner' of Agriculture

Republican campaign fall session. i.e .. __ eighteen hundred nurseries. In the nf, the Stare of Florida.
tifying the the of For
I state College Agriculture Three Jimtla of the Ruprni
headquarters were opened has planned a series of 41; state. The field Inspectors are assigned Court nf the Hint of Florida.For ;
.
here Ford of I Tallahassee definite territories to On. rtullrnftd Cornmlfilf ,
Friday with Dwight The state supreme weekly radio talks about the ma- cover ''tlf th. Hint or Florida
Bradenton in charge as campaign court has handed down a second Jor phases of planting and grow- and Inspect the nurseries in their For. Stole, Hanator. for Fifteenth j

manager. A suite In a downtown I opinion In the much litigated case Ing ornamentals. The series haa respective districts at regular Intervals Senatorial Florida DUtrlut of the State. of

hotel was selected as headquarters. Involving Palm Beach property of been arranged by Mr. Hume and to ascertain the Insect con I For On. member of the House or
Mrs. dition which obtain In the n..r.II.lIt..UV.. of th. State of Flor
Ford will direct the campaignof Bula Crocker widow of the will be broadcast from state radio nursery.According Ida 7

President Hoover for Florida/late Tammany Hall chieftain, affirming II. "" III O"" station WRUF as the main featureof to figures taken from For; rmmly Judva.
+
electoral votes as well as the cam- in part. and reversing. in -. the Florida Farm Hour each the annual report of the nursery For! lurk Mherlfr.For of. the Circuit Court. ,J

paign of Republican candidates. for part Us previous action in the -- -- -- I Wednesday; the talks coming at inspector, there were over five For County Assessor of T......
state offices case. Today's ruling orders Mrs. proposal presented by John E. FARMER EATS BETTER thousand acres devoted to the For Tax Collector
Teate 'on behalf of an unnamed LIVES LONGER ENJOYS 12:15: p. m., EST. of stock In the For County Muprlntnd of
Crocker to sell valuable properties, Dr. Wllmon Newell, dean of the growing nursery i'litilla Instruction..
St. Petersburg Someone stole which include the Wigwam winter person to lease the department and FULLER FAMILY LIFE College of Agriculture and Mra state ond the Inspectors reportedover For Catinty; Murvyor; (

the from, the storm home of the family, and much operate it privately. Teate said the forty-six million plants growIng For Flv County. ml"lonere.
rope signal I I Chas W. Ten Flick, president of For Thru M inljor. of the County, ,
tower here and the fire depart- ocean frontage, to Palm Beach Es- man he represented believed h. (By Spuda Johnson.) the Florida Federation of Garden them. In addition to the large Board of fulfill Instruction.
could lease the fire and I've got a son and when he For Ju.itIt of the Pao In and "
department grows number. of citrus and ornamental
ment was mustered Into service to tate and J. B. McDonald real estate Clubs will begin the series Sep for the following. Justice UUtrloti,
operate it at less than than up I want him to be a farmer. I've In Florida there l.
hoist storm signals. The city's dealers, but the order modified expense tember 14. Mr. Hume will give plants produced v :
the city does. "I never heard o f never had any Idea of being anything eleven million No. On*.
aerial fire truck was used to raise some of the conditions of the sale. | five of the talks and 17 other work- were over plants No Two.
the hurricane warnings incident to The case has been In the courts such a thing before" said Commie but a farmer. If I had been era with the College of Agriculture shipped In from 39 other states... N... RlBht.!
the tropical disturbance which since 1920.MiamiBecause. loner Fred M. Valz. His motion thinking of quitting rural life an the District of Columbia, and two "Fnr Coiialabl) In and. for the fol*
will discuss topics In their field of lowing Justice Dlitrlct, via
passed up the coast yesterday and that he "give a positive answer of article I read the other day would work.Beglbnlng'. foreign countries. These shipments No. On.. :
'no' right here and now," was have set me to thinking different. from other states come under the No. Two.
again to take them down and replace -
I
: led a "cat with talks about nat Nn. HilKht. 5 5
them with storm warnings. and dog" life, Chester Alexander, adopted. It was by Mr. O. E. Baker, senior ural and prepared soils and following purview of the State Plant Board In 'r.stltnony I Wh.r.of 1 haY. h.r.. I.
agricultural economist with the U. and shipments are examined by unto set my baud ,and a"I.." the
night club master of ceremonies, S. of with discussions of annuals (UrtJ/lt Seal of the Hlat of Florida
Jacksonville Charles Leopold is suing his wife Esther for di- Tallahassee Attorney General Department Agriculture. He bulbs fertilizers, winter lawns. the transit inspectors of the Boardto at 9'aliahaa.ee. In. Capital: this the
Hubert has made a study of farming as a : detect dangerous Insects, If present first day. of S'i>t rnb er. 4V.. 1VH. Vi ,
who returned here recently vorce. Alexander charges, in papers Cary D. Landis in a written opinion life work, and says that there are I transplanting propagation, roses, (SISAL) It. A. DRAY,
and vast horticultural
-
after his wife believed she had said have vines water insects protect our rlncrotary' of Htat.
filed in circuit court, his wife Japanese-Americans a gardening, palms, -
five reasons for living on a farm. Interests To Hon. W. :J. ..
.
burled as represented by KDp.r. h
hla skeleton at Albany, Ga., slept with two dogs and a cat j legal! right to establish a colony In Compared with the workingman ,, disease and similar topic. Hr.,1 County< Itark, Fla.ricr.
nurseries and homeplantlnll'l. .
was freed of charges of desertionand Florida. I series will discussed our groves, D.g-IO'-II
causing him to seek other sleep- Landis' opinion said the the farmer has more and better f the have the .

non-support during his absence Ing quarters and that she bathed state legislature has the power "to food he has better health and lives ma far rtroblemfl nf rrowinof' orna.mentals -i- 0- ._ _...... -.. .... ..,
of
li more than two years. Judge Ol- them in the bath tub and fed them limit regulate and prohibit the longer, be accumulates more property ; In Florida when It comes Jacksonville -- Skating rink es-
Ito
: Edmunds dismissed the case af- the dishes out of which he ate. ownership. Inheritance, dlsponl a close June 14.
ter he Is more likely to enjoy ablltihed on Flagler street.
Hubert explained and his wife Then he claims her fondness for'| tion, possession and enjoyment ot his work and he Is more likely to i -- ---- ----- ATLASThe
admitted he had deeded their home real estate In the state of Florida Tallahassee Florida highway
the pets became so strong that she
j rear a family and do his part to hue on Kant Coast Canal proJect -
0" 'r to her before leaving the city began to trade household furniture by foreigners who are not eligible commission awarded about $211-
j
promote the future welfare of the in Broward and Dade counties
j ,
Way 3, 1930.Tallahassee. 1 I 1,000 In road and bridge contracts
for additional animals even exchanging to become citizens of the United
world. Those the be
are five reasons. expected to advertised shortly. Standard Oil
the family radio for a | States" but that Japanese or any With regard to food Mr. Baker during recent day. Hollywood Herald. "

The Florida railroad cat The final blow came Alexan- f[others who are American citizens collected: information from more Tire Guaranteed

commission has announced der asserts, when the animal colony -,' may own lands here. The opinion than 14,000 families. The farm Winter Garden W. K. Halle Punta Gorda -- Work of raisingand "

from approval of a transfer of routes In his home broke out with an was in answer to an inquiry froma families consumed 50 percent more opened Planter's Seed Store In widening grade on Arcadia One YearFrigidaire ';
Clinic .
the building.Leesburg
Strickland Transportation attack of mange.CrawfordaviUe. Jacksonville company which protein, and about 40 percentmore road on both sides of Shell Creek
Company Inc., to the central' wrote that a "leading Japanese of minerals than started with force
bridge
was recently
Truck Lines, Inc., both motor express Game wardensin Memphis Tenn., desires to buy a to good nutrition. The) city necesSAry families Service station at of 30 to 40 men.Jacksonville NN..I/eee..N

lines. The routes affected WakuUa county report the arrest tract of land to develop for Japan ate barely enough protein, and 13th and Main streets remodeled;
by the transfer include the route ese-Americans to settle on and cul- to handle Sun products.
from of Edmund Hartsfleld on a about 12 percent less than enough Bids for constru-

yule' Tampa to Ocala via Brooks- charge of killing marsh hens out tivate." minerals. The farm families ate tlon of 05,000: lineal feet levee and
Inverness Anastasia Work progressing
the and Dunnellon and !of season and said the case was almost twice the meat, eggs milk navigation channel around south
route from Ocala to, but not of the most unusual in this Arcadia Florida on municipal fishing pier at Lighthouse
one Legionnairesand fruit, and vegetable's while the and east shores of Lake Okeecho-

including Bushnell /county. They said they found members of the Auxiliary who city families depended more oncereals. park' bee opened recently. the three year guar-

Hartsfleld and a number of per leave Jacksonville September 7th .
Fort Myera Orange River
Cocoa antcd
Miss Helen Warner, marsh hens near Pan- for the national American Beach electric refrigerator
81. sons chasing Legion Census figures show that farm bridge six miles northeast of here Delrsy Clint Moore, I
Florida widely known a* a writer on i I acea. They arrested Hartafleld be- convention at Portland, Ore., will boys live to be from 3fl to 6O years ; closed for repair this city, received 62,240 contractor
I
the died here last night In cause they said he had three dead carry along a lot of publicity for old depending on the state in dredging 910,506, cubic yards 4

early eighties she was a member birds in his possession. Others In the state. Naturally they will wear which they live, while city youths and bard work. mud and relocation of channel of I

Florida of the editorial staff of the the party did not have any birds, badges orange in color with a leaf reach the average of 54 years. City The farmer deals with plant and Ponce de Leon Inlet. I '

Tlmea-Unlon of Jackson- they said. The wardens said the in green. They will distribute 2,- girls average 55 years of age and animal life, he lives close to nature I For sale bySmith's ) ,I ../

.TJr.8Sh was the author of party was chasing the hens with 500 cans of grapefruit hearts at the farm girls go better than 60 and Is big own bo.... Why River Junction Howell's Ser- "t itl

Fruits and How to Grow I sticks and were threshing the annual state's dinner. Florida's years. shouldn't be enjoy life more than Washington streets being remodel- I, {
driven I
*
if ?" and "Home Life In Flor- ,death. The birds had been delegation already baa shipped its The states with the highest per his friend In the crowded city? vice Station, corner Jefferson and I :
.
under among others. She wrote back from the shore by high tides decorations to Por land. Thla display capita wealth, Mr. Baker says, are The 1930 census shows the farmer ed. I ServiceV :

court the Dame of Helen Har- following passage of the tropical consists chiefly of a replicaof predominantly ruraL Farm wealthIs Is more likely to raise a family.In .

storm. the gateway to the city of St. more evenly distributed; In the large cIties 25 percent more people Miami Bench More than $23-:

St Augustine surrounded by guava ,city 10 percent of the people own died la the last decade than 000 in building got underway here StationStarke

th e Pete bur >-The budget for Jacksonville Jacksonville city and citrus products, cigars, orange about 98 percent of the property. babIes were born. There warn a 10 during recent week.

end cOlDb1g year approved on eeI I commissioners want it understoodthe blossoms and Spanish moss. The Wealth in the city li more) a game percent deficit in small cities, but

,reading. Which mean that figure fire department la not for lease. menu Is on a cocoa. palm fiber ,of chance on the farm It la the I Ion the farms there was a 50 per Umatllla tL Feigln opened Fla.

approved win finally stand They turned thumbs down: on a bearing a state map result of thrift good management, cent surplus of newly boras.I ,dry good and ready-to-wear store. l 1rIntlrte6




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I add t altern-ie;;: ; with sour! AIRS KENLY TO OPENKINDERGARTEN Having held various positions of term of Mr. C. F. Hoover, I ask FOR CITY CHIEF --
i cream and add berry preserves and HERE trust with large corporations In the support of all citizens who believe I hereby announce DlYSelf
i beat well. Bake In layers. Use dl- bookkeeping and clerical work, I In economical managementof candidate for the office )f a
,$'ocictJlJ ': vlnity filling and Icing-thus: 3 Mrs. George W. Kenly will opena feel qualified to discharge the the city's business, encourage of the City of Starke. subject Dlllrhal:; to
I cups sugar, 1 teaspoon corn syrup, kindergarten on September 19th duties of the office In an efficient ment of new industries, support of the action of the voters In the
1 1-3 cup boiling water, 2 egg at her residence In the Truby home manner and if. honored with the local institutions, and law enforcement election to be held September 131J1>
II whites. I Mrs. Kenly had her training at the position which I am seeking words that will compel crime to pay 1932. I have been a citizen the t
II. I Cook mixture till soft ball formsrln : Johns Hopkins University Georgia cannot express my appreciation for the expense of its own prosecu- City of Starke, for a long tim and
I LADIES AUXILIARY OF and Betty Sewetl, Louise Stern / water, then pour hot mixture, Wesleyan College and the At- the honor, and I assure and promIse tion.With If elected I promlce: faithful ear
PRESBYTERIAN TO MEET Joan Dobrow, Aleeta and Rub] beaten egg whites. Use between -, lanta Normal Training School. She you that you will find me in such policies, public ser vice to the entire city. I win !
Green, Richard Deal Bill and Pats r layers for icing. has taught In both_the kindergartens the office to serve you, during proper vices can be rendered at lower predate your vote and suport ap
' f' The Ladies Auxiliary of the Walnwrlglit, Billy Blakely. My' Mrs. J. L. Frazee, and primary grades in the hours for such offices. cost, and city taxes can be reduced. H. I... GATT g
J Presbyterian church will meet at Anderson, Virginia and John Anderson Starke, Fla. I Baltimore public schools and In the J. II. FIELDS. J. L. FRAZEE -_ .. e -
' ,.. the home of Mrs. M. W. Morrow J. A. Martinez, Mach. kindergarten of the Calvert Schoolof Starke, Fla. July 12, 1932. ALVAREZ SEEKS RKELECTIOV
"r next Tuesday evening with Miss Flitch Barbara, Carolyn and Palsy Caramel Pie Baltimore. __--5- JOHNS ANNOUNCESFOR I hereby announce myself a
,1, Lucille Mitchell and Mr. Will Keene, Carrie Mae and Ix>rln e 1 cup of butter, 1 cup sugar 4 Kindergarten hours will be from TO TilE VOTERS OF STARKE CITY CLERK candidate for re-election to the ot.
.u :Barnes as leaders. They will speak Stafford, Tom and Joan Mauls, eggs, 1 glass of any kind of jelly, 9 until 12. In addition to this You probably know that I am a I hereby announce myself a flee of marshal of the city of
on "National Missions." Buddie and Jacqueline\ Andrews, flavor with vanilla. work Mrs. Kenly will tutor any candidate for Group 1-2 year termin candidate for the office of city Starke, subject to the action of the
,II,, ---.---- Olin White, Jr., Fay Louise and: Cream butter, sugar and jelly to. children from the first through the the approaching city election. clerk for the City of Starke, subject I voters at the election to be held
CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR Alice Yarborough Sara and Juan- gether. Beat in eggs last. Makes eighth grades.pn. For the reason that my business I to the will and best judgmentof 'on Tuesday September isth 1031:
HOLDS BUSINESS MEETING Ita Barefoot, Carolyn and Collette two pies. I calls me out of town so much I the voters in the city electionto I' I have served the people to the
:t Green William\ Anthony Andrews, Mrs Rosa Goodman have not been able. to see all the be held In September 13, 191?. I best of my ability fur several
'I 'f The Christian Endeavor held Ida Lulu and Majorle Davis Starke, Fla. %wDfnCOLUMN voters. I will certainly appreciateyour am a long t'me resident of Starke terms, and If re-elected T pro a.:.,
Gloria Buford, Enos and Betty to continue the same
; their regular business meeting and Bradford county and feel thatI efficient +er.
d Monday evening at the manse. I Ij ilayes, Othma Haynes Jr., Garnlta fear Preserve support.T.. N. KENDRICK .. am duly qualified to fulfill the vice.
Mrs Wilt Barnes presided during flutto, Josephine Johns, Marjorie 8 cups of pears cut in medium duties of city clerk. If elected tax A. L. ALVAREZ
the meeting. All officers and committee Sue Middleton, Bobby Biggs, Junior size pieces, 5 cups of sugar, 1 cup I FOR CITY COUNCILI payers will find me on the job -*- ---
Harley, Martha Kickllter, of crushed FOR SALE-Pure Lard 80 Ib. tins FOR CITY COUNCILI
chairmen were present pineapple.Peel I hereby announce myself a can- when my services are needed, >>
Plans were made for the coming Sarah Pearl and Eloise Bullock. pears and cut in medium home made, $3.50. J. C. Manning, didate for the office of city coun- I solicit your vote and support take this means of'announcln!
'; winter's work. Following the business size pieces enough to make 8 heap Starke, Fla. It. cilman to fill the unexpired term tf. CARL JOHNS my candidacy for the office of city
v; session, Mrs. Geo. F. Lowry 1-H CLUBS MEET ing cups, add 5 cups of sugar and of C. F. Hoover, resigned subjectto councilman, subject to thA- t'< :
served refreshments and a social start cooking over slow fire. When REWARD OFFERED-For men's the will of the voters In the election FOR CITY MARSHALI the voters In the election of Sepr;:
sugar has melted Increase the heat flat band ring with diamond and lumber, 13, 1932.
of 13 1932. hereby i
hour was enjoyed. Monday afternoon at 1 o'clock September announce my candidacy
and cook until begins to two rubles. Return to Col. W- T. O. L. BEASLEY
the Lnwtcy 4-11 club held their syrup tf. W. M. EDWARDS for the office of city marshal of _
t LOUISE SNYDER monthly meeting at the scuool thicken, add pineapple cookingtill Weeks' or phone IDS. It* 5 Starke,'subject to action of votersat FUTCII ANNOUNCES h
FOR
OWES DANCE house, with 49 members present. done. Pack In sterilized jars i MEDICATED "SALT::-The COLLEY ANNOUNCES the election September 13th. If REELECTION AS CITY
The president, Lea Retta Jef- and seal I worm destroyer and tonic for FOR CITY MARSHAL elected I will serve the town to I am a candidate for CLERK
A dellghtfUl-ffiili of the week I fords, presided over the meeting. Mrs. J. C. Robinson run dowh stock. Horses, cattle I hereby announce myself a can the best of my ability. Your vote to the office of City Clerk re-election, I'r'Ra.
+ wa a dance given by Louise*Snyder Delegates were appointed to at. Starke, Fla. and hogs. Sold by J. C. Manning, didate for the office';: of marshal of will be appreciated I urer and Tax Collector fr the.'
In honor of her birthday. tend the Junior Council meeting + Starke, Fla. 1t the city of Starke subject to the tf. J. G. BOYD. City of Starke, subject to Uu
!r Dancing was enjoyed throughout that will be held at Brooker the I NOTICE -------.-- -. action of the voters at tho electionto -S Lion of the voters in the ac
the evening until a late hour when third Saturday In this month. Madison-Dr. C. L. Drew opened be held on Tuesday, Sept. 13th. FOR CITY COUNCIL tion to be held! on the 13th city elec,
a sweet course was served to the Miss Pearl Jordan, Home Dem- Persons desiring to take exami- Rose Lawn Maternity Home. It elected I promise the citizens of Trutslng to be of service to my September 1932. I have 3(
following guests: Dorothy Sapp, ,onstratlon agent gave a very Interesting nation for teachers' certificates, report --- -- ---- Starke efficient law enforcement community at the present time I citizen and taxpayer of the teen:. ,a
Geraldine Johns, Mildred Hund : demonstration to the club > at the court house in Starke l'OLlTIO.U.NNOUNCElIENTS without fear or favor. Your vote hereby announce myself a candidate Starke, for a long time {
;w ley, Dorothy White, Elizabeth Holllngsworth members who spent a busy two Thursday 8 a. m. Legal cap pa I hereby announce myself a and support! will\ be appreciated. for the office of city council given satisfactory servu. ana have.
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} Audrey Carlisle, Fen- hours In sewing for the County per, pen and ink are required. candidate for the office of city tf J. RAY COLLEY. man to fill the unexpired term of flee in the past and v
ella Snyder, Martlle Hemingway Achievement Day. The meeting A. J. Griffis, Supt. I I clerk, for the City of Starke, subject ---4 C. F. Hoover, resigned. The above tinuance of same in pron the ( jn.
u: if
Ted Hearn, James Hollingsworth, adjourned at 3:13: to meet again I to the will and bent: judgmentof FOR CITY COUNCILAs subject to the\ will of the voters of elected. I will appreciate ,
Richard Smith, Joe Edwards, Paul the first Monday In October. Jacksonville S. L. Belghley the voters In the city election a candidate for election to Starke on September 13th next. I vote and support. mr
j Raymond, William Wooten, Jimmy The Theressa Senior Home Demonstration 'purchased stock and accounts ot; to be held September 13, 1932. the city council for the unexpired J. T. QUIGLEY U. A. FLITCH
Moore and Jim Moore Edwards of Club after Hogan Jewelry Co., 4 Hogan street
met Friday ------
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Lawtey. noon for their regular monthly -- ., :tt .:I j:. : :::.::_,_'_-: -_ :.' _". :-- :_ ::::_: _iIi.f
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In the absence of the
meeting. ''
,j MRS LLOYD GREEN president, Mrs. Dodd Mrs. Dan AGAIN WE WISH TO THANK THE PUBLIC FOR THEIR PATRONAGEPLEEZING
ENTERTAINS CIRCLES OF Moore presided. Plans were made -
BAPTIST W. M. S. for an evening's entertainment,, TbU ramtb C...jraar build l
Sept. 24th, at which time there __ j lts*.. millionth tlrm
J Mrs Lloyd Green was hostess to will\ be an exhibit of the articles
Circle No. 1 of the Baptist W. M. made by the women, and a pro. d
S. Thursday afternoon at her home gram will be rendered. Following
;i on Cherry street which was pret this refreshments will\ be served. Ill i !
tily decorated with baskets tilled Miss Jordan, home demonstration t
with bright colored garden flowers agent, gave a helpful as well as 1
The devotional was lead and Interesting demonstration on fall 1t
4 business conducted by Mrs. P. M. styles. The type patterns or cuts 1I t
Barefoot Plans were discussed and to be used In making over old FOOD STORES <&fL I
1 made for the winter work. A social clothes being shown. If the hints j j

hour was enjoyed at the close of brought out by this talk were followed ,
which the hostess assisted by Mrs. there would be no reason i
,
;
r P. M. Barefoot and Mrs. R. A. New- for all not being well dressed. 1
SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY 9
a AND SATURDAY SEPTEMBER iI
corn served a sweet course to the The Woo lawn 4-H Club had a v b & iera!
following present: Mrs G. H. Bennett called meeting Tuesday morning to I
Mrs. P. M. Barefoot Mrs Joe make plans for their sewing and .
Edwards, Mrs. W. J. Epperson, Achievement Day exhibits. Miss Ana Plee-Zing W Rambler I IJ
Mrs G. D. Goodman, Mrs. W. M. Jordan presented the girls with / I '
:Mundy: Jr., Mrs E. C. Priest Mrs. sewing hand books. Two new members FLOUR
J. B. Sapp, Mrs. R. A. Thomas, Mrs. were enrolled. j!, j FLOUR' : r
w Pearl Snyder, Mrs. Clnyton Strick. J
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land. CIRCLE MEETINGS: 61k .. 19c 61bs.
17c t tI
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C. E. !SOCIETY HONOR I .

LEAVE YOUNG FOR LADIES COLLEGE'HO The circles Society of-the of-Woman's the Methodist Missionary I 12 lbs. -. 34c 12 Ik" 29c x r r?

church held their September meeting t
The Christian Endeavor entertained -
at the Mitchell cottage at Monday afternoon at four 241bs.
White -64c. ..
Klngslcy Lake Wednesday eveningin o'clock. The Noble Circle -53c.. |
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honor of Miss Evelyn Stump and met at the home of Dr. and Mrs. i j
W. E. Middleton and hostesses 3
the
Miss Alice Fernandez who leave
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next week for Florida State Wom were Mrs. Middleton and Miss I Fine'Granulated Pice-Zing
en's College In Tallahassee, and Florence Wood The business session W MILK I.

Miss Mocelle Flitch, a visitor who wa presided over by Miss drive en d'! -, '
leaves soon for her home In Clover, Amelia Ray and the worship was DON'T tires this Fall SIWARi CHOCOLATE !;
Tall 5c
S. c. conducted by Mrs. A. Wood the can -
and Winter. With tire .
Swimming was enjoyed followed Hubject being "Finding God in Slfes.2h(
it with tempting refreshments Great Causes" Mrs. J. W. White prices so low It doesn't MALTED
: Miss reviewed McTyerle School and its take chances. WITH ORDERS COFFEE
tA.mong (hoseresGnt were pay to I
york in China and followedby
33vclp fetump Miss Bradley state ; Mrs. Middleton, was Mrs. W. B.! .;, Come In--get our liberal I Fancy Blue Rose .
farm; Miss Mozelle Bitch, Clover, offer for old tires.We'll MILK PI ee- mg
Edwards discussing your
Parks and Mrs. W L. I.
,. Beatrice and June
S. C Misses RICE
of the church 1 lb. Vac. Can 29c
the do
d Bullen, Miss Dorothy Lamb, Miss subject everything; we .
Estelle Kendrick Miss Ina For- and China's forward movement. to help those Pure Ground
can you get } lIb. tin 3i
;fh
The circle was pleased to wel w c
ayth Miss Genevieve Kenly, and thin risky tires off Site.15c to
Messrs. Will Barnes, Eldredge come as a new member, Mrs. L. A. your ; 1 Ib. pkg. 15cI
Smith, Tommie Williams Dr. and I Gray: who has recently moved here car.: We'll make a proposition

Mrs. George F. Lowry, :au.jaret' from Perry. to you on tho Fender's Mayonnaise, 1-2 pint __ tOe For Salads, Wesson Oil, pints 19c'
', and Ruth I Mrs. Middleton and Miss Wood,
Lowry Wyman. world's greatest tiro for

FREDDIE-- WUICr.I1'1.-- -----.- assisted served a by beautifully Miss Madge appointed Middleton ice safety, long life and Plee-Zing Complexion Beauty Soap Plee-Zing Soap Chips, 2 pkgs.. __._ 15c

''Y HAS BIRTHDAY TArtTVMrs. course to the following persona: economy-the Goodyear 10c size Sc Quick Suds
Mrs. E. S. Matthews Mrs. W. L. All-Weather. Don't take size Sc
lOc
Helth
Soap .
W M. Wimberly entertained Edwards of Jacksonville: Mrs. A. chances on thin risky! -- -- -- - Grits, Pearl, lO lbs. ___ __ 15c

noon with at a the a party home!!! '.n'of her: "at!**t-?r-r. Mrs.W. Anderson L. A. Gray, Mrs, Mrs.W.W.B.F.Parks Boul. tires. Come In -see us. Plee-Zing 'Crispy Bran Flakes, pkg. 9c Meal, Fresh, tOlba. _. __. ___ 15c

Mrs. Pearl Snyder in honor of her ware, Miss Amelia Ray Mrs. W. Corn flakes 2 for 15c
daughter, Freddie Wimberly who 1'IH.I Struth, Mrs. A. Wood. Mrs. O ----- Ple2-Z-Ig Meat Spread, 1-4s __ ___ __ 9c
W. White and Mrs. :J. W. White. Jlatln .
tt 1 was seven years old. GuuewuwJ Plee-Zing Potted Meat 1-48,3 for lOc Corned Beef Hash, 1-2&,3 for __ ____ 25c .
A color scheme of pink and green The Harriet Peek Circle was entertained ,

k was carried out In the decorationsand by Mrs. J. II. Hitch who Vienna Sausage, 1-2s, 3 for 2Sc Plee-Zing
also presided short business
In the refreshments served at over a
the close of the afternoon, when session. Mrs E. K. Perryman con Baking Powder, l lb. tin 23c
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A Q0lrgltllGOODYEA' Prepared Biscuit Flour 40
Pice-Zing
{ the large birthday cake with its ducted the worship service, using

;E seven candles was cut. Outdoor the subject of prayer as the key. oz. pkgs. _ __ .. 29c Cobbler

games given were as played favors.and lollypopswere note During of her the talk.social period Mrs. J SPEEDWAYSuj; New and Different-You will like it. Potatoes, 10 lbs. __ ..__ __ __ ___ __ 15c

The guest \list Included: Sarah W. Andrews, accompanied by Mrs.
Perryman, sweetly sank "My\ >errwl8t Cord Tire I II Pridos Stand. Bartlett Pears, 21.2 can t5c Spot Dog Food, 3 for __ _._ _____ 23c

.- :- :J.fi: --.r-n Task.The" hostess assisted by Mrs, r As low oa t Planet Yellow Free Sliced Peaches Brillo, 2 for ,....__ __ ______________ 15c
:, I A I II
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.,. Hamilton Rltch, served dainty refreshments 21.2 can .. 9c
: J 24cPappy'
.: H -- Butter Pure lb.
..:: : : to the following guests: Creamery, _________

i ".:.,'J'A( \ '.<..7::. J."{ ::--. _F 04:.,:.tt Mrs. N. T. Bitch Mrs.\ J. F. Colley, :I I Orange Marmalade, lb. jar tSc Cheese, lb. ____ __________________ 19c ,/
.. Mrs. Pearl Snyder, Mrs W. O.
"" 1' Inch l Pnlr
':': \ ..'-' !." =--=... Halle, Mrs. F. M. Long Mrs. E. K. & I Guava Jelly 8 oz. glass: __ __ .. __ lSc Choice Cuts Beef Roast, lb. ___. ____ 18c
0,1 A Perryman. Mrs L. A. Davis Mrs. Boiled Ham lb. 30c
Vlaw I f' drews.I Rath h M Wernet's 15c
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O.li'2"d'i3J Sr.troT. Fancy Sardines, 2 for .. .. t5:
: ac"a.FU. :IJ.J9: : 03.30 *..* ---- u. on Hamburger, lb. _____ __________ 15c
..50. O_._.. 3.S9 3.7'U
G ., u I" .,- .- yen ttn nuk> I I I 4.50-J1.__.. 3.9S 3..3 .ta Plee-Zin Smoked Sausage __ _ __ _____ lSc

t to Br your3 4.50 .,.. Macaroni or Spaghetti, 2 for .. 1Sc Pork Ribs, _____ __ ______ ___ lOc

: Arryu7 lutau.irk. un 'iiuuMact in paper Dewberry (or Blackberry) Cake 0.00-19 4.75-20_, ._,._ 4.4.70'"5 4.7X 4.57: 1.00.91 Cocoa, l lb. Glass Jar ._ _.__ _ 25c No. I Breakfast Sliced Bacon, Ib. .__ __ 151

w rhf" prot'ai(on you''ere.'f ftMra 4 eggs (save 2 whites for filling 5.0020__. 4.95' 4.SO 1.14
'.'.'n.d.r.d tout.quilf in ll h. and Icing). 1 cup sugar 1 cup berry 9.00-2H__.. 5.IS 4."" 1.1. CARRADINE'S
: proper made eecurv.Em. preserves, 3-4 cup butter 2 1.2 0.25-18_..... S.S3 SM39 1.:1: J. W. 'WilliE 8 SON
.. u tut rnnn..oes".., cups flour, 1-2 cup sour cream 11 A H I GRJE:
.._ C.6 Mnhw.wwar. teaspoon nutmeg. 1 teaspoon cinnamon Cash per! .C!-Other Sizes URegister LAVTEY, FLA.. : Phone 62 Starle Fla.
I 1 ,teaspoon allspice, Itea- i9'ofO'hU.. We Carry Wilson & Toomer '
HAROLD C. WALL spoon soda, 1.2 teaspoon baking We Carry Full Line of Quality
1' INSURANCE powder. Motor Co. FertUJzer-Also lull line of Quality Phone 86 Starke' Fla.

Mix all dry ingredients. Cream PHONE 103 Seeds at Lowest Prices Seeds at Lowest. Prices

STARKE. FLORIDA butter and then add beaten eggs, 1 I STARKE, FLORIDA I : : r.T.::;:; .;.'Jr,," .;..;, :.o.r.: : ;..:':,:',;; ::'f.-.:.....,,_ -_ -':;j'l--- ifo'- :""


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< r"t.2 e5 u125Z5t525ZSZ'i25252525dS2yZ52S2525tiS2. Rev. G. F. Scott of Lakeland I! WKATHKR: REPORT I)'. Flnildn, tn wit!: Tarpon SpringsImprovements I I Lake Worth Patio Oabrlclies, i'"+ ,
spent Saturday and Sunday with I NH14: of ItW% a N'-j of SM'* &; s made at Royal Theatre. I North Dixie reopened.
his ; A In :NK turner of 8Wt of f fllI-, A }
brother Mr. F. A. Scott Rev. Compiled by Starke Branch, U. Mil:'", or S Hl"% except| >X> A 'In HW ,'or-" 1 ,
Bits of Scott was enroute home afterspending :1. Forestry Department nor 81 IK/Tp 7 8 It tl I?.
The adunnnmonl uf Mid,
property
two months In Clayton, Week ending Sept 8, 1932. under. the Haiti' ceittflcnt (I."d WUMIn
Ga. '')ate Max Mln Prcrlo. the hum of Chenltiy POKK. ,
1'nleNn xalil eertlftoste. shall l>o r>.
I Aug. 31 91 77 .31 deemed l nccortllnii to law, tax died
IDca Ner/ Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Edwards and Sept 1 02 73 .27 will ,laixuii. th".,..>" on the IQtlt dui f
uf Outohi-l,
A. n. 1031
little daughter, Fredrika and Mr. I Sept 2 92 72 rioted ihlr Soil day of Sri>l,,i>ili. ..r, LtiP1tP'
and Mrs. W. W. Page and son Billy Sept 3 01 73 .13 A H. 19:13.:
h'' O W .A l.n II
Concerning Our People Business and all of Jacksonville, were guestsof Sept. 4 91 71 .20 ([(cal l) ('Ir1'k of Cln-lilt IUIAN.Cnlllt,
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Struth over Sept. & 90 74 .01 Diadfoid ('ounl)'. Florida
of the County and Town. I \9-8-Bt-IO-T.
Progress
the weekend.Mr. Sept. 6 91 75 .
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I Total rainfall for.week .93 In. \<>''U''I (I9'. lt'rf.lt'11'In" 'on
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and
.___ ?s7RC7t:7t7S14cp: Mis. Earle Middleton
rcIctctoo
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MKH. Not Ire In hereby
------- TIIIOPEN DIEMSara given, (that Uen
and daughter :Marjorie Sue have ff r. White, holder| of Tax Cvrllflot
Mary Dodcl of Tallahassee, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Griffin and returned to their home in Jacksonville II NIL 331, 7th riny of ..liilv A D 1IIAI"! ,
lint week-end in Starke. Miss Mary Sweat of Jacksonville, after several' Elizabeth Thigpen wife of has flied mild. reltlflrat" In tny .r-
the spending
are spending: two' weeks at the J. L. Thlgpen, died Monday after a rice and, made application, for tax
weeks here with Dr. and Mrs. W. deed to iMN'ie thernnti 'In accordanceivltli
B. Thomas of Brooker was a Biggs cottage at Kingsley Lake. E. Middleton. brief illness. Mrs. 'higpen was law. Hal l.\ certificate. embracesthe GROCERY.

g Iness visitor here Saturday. ____ _. 1 born In Chatham county Georgia. Hltilated fnllowlnodettrtlhed In' tired< foil 'county property, FlurIda. -
Interment took place Tuesday at to-wll :
Ben Sternberg left last Friday Mr. and !Mrs Ross Parkin and the Santa Fe cemetery. DeWltt C. Wi", of a\vl U Heotlon SO Tp T a. It
Reed of Euatls spew ..
C C morning for Marlon, Alabama, tI
Mr daughter, Patty Mr and Mrs. A 0
I Jones Company In The .
Starke. charge atHimmneiit of Aald 'propeityunder
in
e week-end I where he will enter Marlon Instl L Davis, Miss! Ruby !McKan of ----.- --. _- I the said col tlftrnle. Issued: : wa
tute in preparation for Annapolis. Jacksonville, were the guests. of 'In the name of fhenley. KOKIT1'iilfHH .
Griffin is visiting NOTICE mild certlflcat. shell !h. re h'
Mr. O. J. Mr and Mrs. C. II. Naaworlhy last deemed MIc'i.,.".IIg. li law tax deed. Location Ilettcccn Hank and po.ton'iceSTARKE !
latlves In Tampa. I Mrs. J. C. Robinson Miss Vera week-end. will' iHKjuitf thereon on the loth tiny
Circle No. 1 of the Baptist W.I1M. of Ih-tolier. A : "
Claire Robinson, Mills Helen Gray -- -.- ---- -'-- Pnted ihlK 11th duyrof FLORIDA
of Sarasota, S. will meet at the home of Heptumbvr s
Mr. n O. Daniel in Starke. and Lester Price Robinson motoredto I James Richard \\1alnwrlght, Bil- F. F. Flume Monday afternoon -I A. 1>. 1U.U'l.\ W Al.DIOHMAN t.. t. '
ent Tuesday Gainesville Saturday afternoon. ly Graham Lester Price Robinson, at 3:30: o'clock. (Sent) Clink of C'ln-ult Court
Herbert Stevens and Ralph Cox n.U"rfl.nl. )'. Kloililu. Fresh Crcanteru Itest IrishButter19c
and Mr. L. M. I = a-p-at-1o.7
Wall -' -- -
eYspent Tuesday in TallahaaCarlyle Mrs. Robert Tanner and sons will leave Monday for Galnecvllle \O'1'll'el' : DC. 4i:;I:;;invrio* 1'ourlx I -. --- --- I
Robert and Edward of Baldwin are where they will enter the University : I)KKIIViitdi : POTATOES10k

spending this week with her mother of Florida. IN hereby" l fflten that fleuVhltt .I ,
--- __ __ r. \ *, holder nf Tea ('wrtirii-ntn.(
Rltch of Chicago Is Mrs. Laura Powell. h. No SIR. 7lli 1nv: ..f July, A n. 19se. ,' PRICES {With each 50c Order $;r ,
----- Mrs Punola Mitchell and son, hoe tiled until, K-rliriuHlo. In tnv ntTIr1Innil I 17c
ending this week with his para Winburn, and !Mr. J. O. Curtis who sled aiipliintUm, for tee d.il toINNIIe or more -
J. H. Rltch. Miss Jeannette Darby has returned I I ther.'im In ncworilaiicfi with I I 5 l
Mr and Mrs. have been visiting their brotherinlaw -'la\\: HnM icilirii-Hte, .'i nibinco:: : .. th.t
in Lake
to her home City and sister Mr. and Mrs. W. G. followlnir ''h.H..II..1 i lrOI.rl| )' nltimt-1' I REDUCED tics White (Jeo. Washington
Nellie Martinez and son, J. after spending several days here ,.d 'In liiinlfoiil, fituiity. Klnrtila, to-l
:Mrs. Elope returned to their home In '
returned Mondiy from Tampa with her aunt, Mrs. T.. J. Griffin. Atlanta Ga., Monday x\M 1 NI3i" | of NIOVi'i l I...w. I" 'in ,.on on >Vxlilf IBacon ib. 9c
Flour!
,ere hc; visited friends. ---- -- of (lnlUv Hr.nch. 8.-Clout HO'T Effective 24 lbs. 52c J
Miss Eliza Wllklaon, of Green |) 7 S. tl Jl P. i I September 12
-- I Mr. Stanley C. Carnell of Or- The n *ii..iMinfiit of HII 1.1 properly, I 1
Churl Lennon> spent Wednesr Cove Springs, spent several days under' the ahl. ""-,.lIn".,', 'I-HIIOII' WIIM HPIates u r' ,l t
mimd will upend the week-end here 7c
True '
the of Miss In the nniiio of Chifulcv Kotcir J'rlC'1'ft -- Love55c '
ui day in Green Cove here 1 ist week as guest I mi work culli'il for and 1.
r an at the home of Mr. and Mrs F. A. PnliMH. Haiti rertlfleat.' nhall It* re- I .
rlr (,ilh friends. Hazel Lennon.SpecialWeek. Scott. Mr. Carnell will be cccompnnied -ldo.'no' rt iirpnrrllniv to .InsIns' deal di'IKrrrxl., ulll !b" rrdnnxl tot I ,
will IIIHIIO' tlien'on on th> Iflih day
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--- home by his wife and son, I of Ortohrr. A. It. 19.19.: ret Carnation
R Edwards of Calnes- of Sept 12 only. who have been spending a while I )>at<-il, t Ibis| 8th day ni :-
L upending some time withr Woolen blankets cleaned single with her parents Mr. and Mrs. F. It. '"3:. II W AMU-UMAN', >ri>.."i | daughter, Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. 30c; double 40c. Starke Dry Clean- A, Scott. (,Se.il Cl.Tk of "In',nit, I'olllt, MILK
--- ers .. I IIItulfonl, iutint\l' Florida, I In the ally only, ItllNhiln 1"1yaabl""+
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Mrs. C A Stafford and .laugh- -----.- :Mr. and Mrs J. H. Pitta and ;- I I \\ lrt'K"1tcod. Red Tail Can Tail
5c
,
: ./rurri ; irrLif'.lTtov: 'M'olt
Mrs. J. 11. Poppell who is ser ) l l returned from Ocala, SALMON J9c
"a, have children ,,Preston' Ronald and Tt* IHCKtt 1 ,
here they visited relatives. iously ill, was taken to Riverside Keeffe, also J. P. Warren returned Notice In liori-iiy KV| n, tlmt (ten I 0.\1'111 \M) f:\KUV TRICKS: ) StAlalches
in Jacksonville Wednes I'. While, holilvr nf Tertiricjil
'hospital Tux
Hurt '
Monday from a visit with relativesat ,,, Nu 22.... TIN Hiiy of duly. A.l fo'ult; It, rloniusl and! 1'1'1..1-| _50nDr'esee 3 for lOc Coconut, pkff. Jc ,
Mrs F A. Scott Mrs. W. A. day. Valdosta Tifton, and Asburn l I'. lii.li), him riled cold' ii-itiricHt. 'In
ott and Mrs. S. C. Carnell were ------- Ga.., also attended the Pitts fam-; inv nfTIco. and.. miuta nppllcnUon.. Tor ... I'Iplt"I'" und pressed I'CI1111.1 \ \ Salt, / for We Soa"I'I for 2!>c\\
and tux deed 'to Jamil I thereon 'In uiHiordnmti -
H. L. Brownlee daughters
itors In Gainesville-. ----Wednesday Mrs, Miss Mary and Madge spent ily reunion Sunday at Norman I with the'law followlnir NiiUIii, .,'llflom dencrlhedpioieily ,* '.'inhrareH up Pepper, 3 for lc 1'ort'der,1.3 for J 2.Jc! tii

Ur and Mrs. William Norris are several days the first of the weekin Park, Ga. ___ I I I :.:'_ _Mitunt"il hi Uruilfortl' *tin-. Starke Dry Cleaners Sardine. .7 for We Cocoa. 1-2 lb. Her. 10c} ,f

ending a two week's vacation in Jacksonville with Rev. and Mrs. Miss Mona Alderman, who has C. C. Corn Wc\\ ,
.
JimliM Smith"
hicago, Ill., with relatives. M. C. Stith. _. been upending the summer here : Proprietor I Pineapple, Libbf/'tt We t
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--- -- with her parents, Mr and Mrs. O.
Mr Cecil Price of Quincy, spent!! Mr. and Mrs. C C. Mathls and W Alderman, will return to Tallahassee --- -- \! Maxwell 1ouneCOFFEE T01vlATOES
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returnedto .
e week-end in Starke with Miss Bertha Mathis have Monday to assume her oC'o- --- --- I t

ends. u _. ___ a week's their home visit In here Macon with, Ga.Mr., after and duties an Instructor In the music Say it with Flowers j 4 large 25c I
department of the Florida State I alotahsT"'AUW. | /
Fine clothes are not only cleaned Mrs. C. A. Knight. --.-----.-- ,"
Starke : __ ____ I College for Women. t iPound28cTable ,
ut sterilized when sent to .
I
-- -- -- -- --- --- 5 small
A. Knight, Miss Lena '! ... Flowers For AllOccasions I Uc
cry Cleaners Mrs. C. i Mr. and Mrs. George W. Kenly .lARK f. ..
I
.---- I Belle Shepard. Miss Bertha Mathls.j'
land daughter, Miss Genevieve are i .f
J Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Mathis j I HalvesPEACHES Whole (trainRICE
Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Beasley spenthe I and f' making their home In Starke at
week-end in Winter Haven and motored to Jacksonville Beach Sat- the Truby house. Mr. Kenly Is .ii.--.mm urnn-i ISMP,.-

amps : urday _and-_ spent_- -the' dajr.- f ;,)I ma.nager of the Bradford CountyFarmers' For:lazy live :stmna
State's and Mrs. A. S. Miss Eva Powell enroute from {I' Supply Co. He was kidney biiioitu.; xn..; jndipcstion .

trews spent Attorney Wednesday In Jack- vacation spent in New York to her|':Merryday formerly associated!Co, of Palatka with the W.since A. c-n'f'p': t..n"; b -.J. No. 2 can.. Ilc I 5Ibs. -15c!:. -t ,

Uvlile.I, home In Cocoa spent from Friday i I[,coming to Florida from Baltimoretwo ache emus: na u ttvcr.JO Phone 09 Waldo Fla.e.anornucan.ru. I ,
1 ,
till Wednesday with her mother I years ago. ( n: '" : .:1. 1.. (.. ..__. I,,'.#-':;.:",, :" ,. .....:: .:" :,: .:_ : ";' -" -\V: ,,_, ). .;.
I Mrs A Z. Adkins and Miss: HaI Mr!!. Laura Powell. "
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I Adkins spent Tuesday and I'
f'wines Jay In Jacksonville Mrs. Dale Vansickle of Beverly

---- -- -- Hills, Calif, will arrive this week !
I Mr Charles Ward of Bartow. ar- for a month's visit with her par '

!ed Sunday and will spend!! some ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Epper- ': '

IBM In Starke son. |
._ I II
--- I
Mrs. L. T. Dyer and Mrs. F. G I Miss Mary E. Keown, district
1 hell of Lake! Butler were visitors home demonstration agent of Tal- i

Starke Wednesday, lahassee visited Miss Pearl Jordan

--- I Thursday In behalf of the home ESPECIALLY AFTER 10.000 MILES

Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Epperson demonstration. work.
|ere visitors In Gainesville Tues- --------
ay Mr. J. O. Deaver and daughters. 4 't

Misses Ruth and Dorothy Deaver, _
--
Mrs J. F. Kickllter. Jr., of Jack- of Brunswick. Ga., are spending a ,, ..: you'll be glad said a a''
|;,nville, spent Monday with Mrs., few days ts the guests of Mrs. G. you

L. Biggs. H. Neadle. I


Dr. W, E. Middleton Is spendingten Mr. and Mrs. E. Lennon had as

I days vacation at Dover Bluff recent guests Mr. and Mrs. E. R. "SIX CYLINDERS
a. Newberry and children, of Jacksonville -

Mrs. II. L. Booher and :

I Mrs. C. O. Norcoss left Starke son, Harry Booher, of Ocala.

pli week and will make her home I
i Brookline, Mass. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Scott returned tJo No less"
-- -- : to their home In Orange! more .

Miss Madge Middleton returned i City Thursday, after spending)!

aturday from a week's visit with some time here with Mr. Scott's' '
|lends in Atlanta and :Marietta, : parents Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Scott. > Compare a Chevrolet Six whose The reason for this difference after ,r ,

a. I ', 1 speedometer reads over 10,000 miles 10,000 miles can be summed up in '

----- I Mrs. J. C. Poppell of Plant City. 1 +1 yo'a 3 witltanyotherlow-pncedcarofabout three major facts: First Chevrolet is
Mrs N. T. N. T. [ is some time in Starke di .!
Rltch and son, spending
c. .; the same mileage. Compare bodies. such a wonderfully well-built car.
("turned Saturday from Atlanta, '.having been called here on account *
r a., where they spent!! the past of the serious Illness' of her moth Compere chassis. Compare the way Second Chevrolet has adequate

tek. er-in-law Mrs. J. H. Poppell. the two cars have stood up. Compare weight, unusual ruggedness and "

the gas and oil mileage each U getting. strength to withstand the effects of
Mr D. o Atkln L. A. Reynolds of Raleigh,
Middleton of Mr.
I a '
I n. Ca. was the guest Friday of N. C. spent the week-end In Starke. a + t4 You'll be surprised at what a differ long hard usage, Third the Chevro 1 1rr

M:'< and aunt. Dr. and Mrs. [Mr. Reynolds was accompanied,I 4' ence there is in favor of Chevrolet let engine! has SIX CYLINDERS. is

':. E lllddleton.I home by his wife who has been vis- '' And SIX is the fewest number of 1 1t
her mother, Mrs. E. E. Johns. r f Chevrolets wood-uu.-Itee 1 Fisher I
Mr. iting fr ,>J;, fl cylinders you can have i in a car, andavoid ,
and Mrs. i ---- remains staunch and
W. J. Epperson Jr., -- --- body tight, ya
I'( Jackconvllle, are upending. a E. C. Johns of Lawtey was in I trouble-free. Chevrolet's chassis I destructive .b rat I on. '
MIa with Mr. Starke Friday :Mr. Johns) says; kr
Epperson's parents
1m rigid and solid-shows none of Play safe in choosing that low- !
Ir and Mrs. W. J. Epperson Sr. that he has set out 70,000 straw- tiRhl. stays ;
berry plants and has lost very few[ "' the ill effects of age or wear. Chevpriced car of yours. Put your good '

Mr L. G. Poweud-;: ;. L. C.well of them. ._ a 1n o 5 rolet's six-cylinder engine continues money in a sure thing. Buy the ,

'. M. attended the funeral of Mr. and son, : ., s to purr along smoothly quietly and automobile in which the majority of t' ,
Flynn in Jacksonville Sun- i Mrs R. E. Gahagan i r "
i7. Powell of Savannah, Ga., returned ] r dependably And it continues to American motor car buyers haw

after spending '' 144: d, the aU around placed their faith since L
to their home Monday 1 give same economy ever January, t

'b Mr. and Mrs.-G. C. White of Tal- several weeks here at the home i|II ;, sft. e t /5 4 it did when new 1931-a new Chevrolet Six. 9 tt' CI CIr
e. spent the week-end with of Mrs. Gabagan's father, Mr. L- | '

'hlkWbite'e[ mother. Mrs.. J. W. C. Powell. Ht f' f CHEVROLET MOTOR CO., CWTMOIT, MICH. Dleill ion at Ctom,.J M_ tdyx

:Mrs. J. L. Frazee Jr., and daughter

Ij Mlae Irene Alvarez of Jackson- Lora Miller, of Richmond Va.,
*, spent Sunday with her uncle are guests of CoL and Mrs. J. L. CHEVROLET

4aunt, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Frazee. Lora Miller will attend
the Bradford County High School

this term.
.Mr. and Mra L. C. HaU. :Miss 1:,. I

etUlryu and Wiley Hall 'of St. Among the families returning at'' $4 4 SliD. I.

,' 'burg' sprat the week-end from, their vacations spent a r r
k V.
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Hall Kingsley Lake last week and the .
this week were: Dr. and
Mi55 Evelyn .lump Miss Alice first Mrs. of W. B. Parks. Mr. and Mrs. YMd..tea.''''''.___ 81./_'.." .. Lee'J.In.rodrb.and.'O. ? .__

I1'IIaJJdez. M!: Hazel Adklns. T. W. Williams, Mr. and :Mrs. N.

1Iary Can "*. ""*. Beverly Sternberg Mr. and Mrs. H. C.
yf all<1l1tu 11 -am Jacob .leave Wall Ur. and Mrs. J. M. Brownie.
knot Of the w" -k for TaUahA Mr. and Mrs., El S. Matthew, Dr. TOR 0 DE CHEVROLET CO. STARKE FLA.

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>JIa ere they will Flor- and Mrs. H. B. McLendon Judge ,
64te
WODU.I College and )fr A. Z. Adklns.



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BRADFORD OOUNTT TELEOIlA..... .......... FLORIDA _ _ _ FRIDAY. BErn>m... ,
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? CALVES MUST BE GIVEN NOW TIME !FOR TRUCKERSTO ROME MADE -------.0;:::
2r- FAR\I:
GOOD START TO GROW CONSIDER .ROOT-KNOT IS BEING RF.Lltr:
INTO PROFITABLE COWS AND ANTS IN SEEDBED FItIt3IERSANI: OBTAINED: III
I HEALTH i* A" HOME ) (iRO\\

I II I FARMERS SECTION -- Gainesville, Fla. Calves that Gainesville. Truckers should Farm relief has been
Practical Studies for 'Wifes are runty, half starved, or poorly consider root-knot and ants as from every angle quite disc

and cothers cared for rarely develop into cows pests when they are making up during the last two or ext
Conducted by Demonstration Agents that make a profit for the dairy- their seedbeds for fall crops J. I.. But farmers and three, YIII/\\

I r fly Dr. ERNEST H. LINES man or farm family, according to Watson, entomologist at the Flor- from the beginning growers that n
Dix Arnold, In charge of the Flor- Ida Experiment Station, recently' part of the relief a
,._ ,_ .. Xmtnnt Authority and Owl M.rfteal Dim*** they would
--- ---" Nn ida Experiment Station dairy herd. stated.
-_..._ -w- --- -w I Yods Li/ Jnnmuic* CemJMM: could obtain must
come
The calf should be born on a Root-knot is a disease caused by; their own efforts thr
LAKE WORTH 4-II CLUB FOUR MORE 4-II CLUBS EXERCISE SLEEP AND REST clean grassy plot or in a clean bed- minutes worms which live on tile farms and in their on their,

AWARDED GOLD SEAL QUALIFY FOR CHARTERS ded stall, he said. It should stay roots of many of the vegetable and groves, and truck fields own, orcbard T,

EXERCISE, especially outdoors, la necessary for every one whose work' with its mother 12 to 14 hours to truck crops commonly grown in there are many or
Palm Beach, Fla. Florida Gainesville Fla. -- Four more involve manual effort. Adults should endeavor: to spend one get first milk which is necessary to Florida. These worms, called nematodes which they have no condition(
first standard .-n club to receive Florida 4-H clubs recently received I bOUT and children two or more in the open air daily In active elerci] e. Part starting its digestive organs to. will bore into the root and the other hand there control buu
a gold seal la the Lake Worth Club their charters from the Secretaryof of the adult's exercise may be taken in walking to and from work where thisIs functioning. It should then be secrete a poison which causes the ditlons which are, otber CUI!
near here, and the award was recently Agriculture as Standard 4-1 possible. Such game a* tennis, placed in an individual pen or on a root to swell and the plants to And numbers of they .? relllMt
made by R. W. Blacklock, Clubs golf, baseball, baiikot-ball, swimming littlo or too much sleep is harmful as I farmers tbrou
according to announcementby grasssy lot that is free from para turn yellow and die. Young plants! out the
state boys' club agent.To R. W. Blacklock, state boys and skating are advisable. are irregular sleeping! hour. Beds sites. After the calf has been away are more susceptible and shouldbe to provide country are doing thllJf
should be elastto and homemade
and
warm I tarn
qualify for a gold seal a club agent. These clubs located from the mother about 12 hoursIt free start in the seed- !''eUr
are Dancing U another of taking admit the given a : .
way around
passage of air them.A Farmers and
standard club must .
have completed at Hampton and Brooker in can be taught to drink by puttingthe growers are
exercise and it helpful where outdoor BIL
mattress of hair felt or cohen' trig
on a earnest
bed.Newly efforts
a year's work, every member enrolled Bradford county, and at Little extrcise U not p.acticable. A few wire spring and pillows also of hair fingers in In its mouth and, cleared land ta. practical!; tlon costs, and to to cut dlsM,
must have carried one or Springs and Johnstown, In Union minute spent doing calisthenics in I are preferable to feather beds and when it starts to suck, pushing Its always free of nematodes but keting better their m*

more projects, and 73 per cent or county. the morning i* also of distinct pillows; the latter are too heatln,. nose into the milk. sandy land which has been plant. Is still! conditions.room for However the
more of the members must have I Under the direction of County advantage. Cotton or linen sheets and pillowcases For the first few weeks alwaysuse ed to truck crops for several yearsIs the Improvement

completed their work for the year Agent L. T. Dyer, these clubs have The danger of overdoing (Is always and woolen blankets are the the mother's milk and feed just nearly always Infested. Truckers Joint advertising campaJ!
sponsored
and turned in record books. met all the requirements of organi- when bent bed clothe. after milking so that the milk will who have an overhead Irrigation by the Citrus Grow

The Lake Worth club was the zation and a carefully worked out for present the adult of forty exercising or over., especially No one In very hot weather the blankets be of body temperature. Six to I system can destroy nematode Clearing Citrus House Association and it
first in Florida to receive< its char program of work for the nine pounds of milk Is i their Exchange goes throuit
old the
beds
year should take any form of exercise may be discarded. Too many or too a day on by plowing perhaps that
ter from the secretary of agriculture There are three other standard within am hour or two after meals. heavy bed clothes are not advisable.1 enough for the first two weeks, land and applying 600 pounds of situation. will help the citm
an a standard club. M. U. clubs in the state; two in Plnellas No one should begin too strenuously Pillows should be low because high and this should be divided into two sodium cynaide dissolved in water, More coordination t,
:Mounts Is county agent and E. county, and one in Palm Beach and no exercise] should leave one pillows hinder the movements of the or three feedings. It la best to wetting it down and then wetting marketing, so that no markets

Fritz Is local leader for the A'I county. I exhausted; nor should one force himself diaphragm make breathing harder.QOESTlONSi weigh the milk each feeding as down 900 pounds of ammonium sul- flooded. Truck with Florida citrus i It 4.slrable. .

-_- -- I to the golf course or to the tennis most calf troubles can be traced to phate. Hydrocyanic-acid, gas will growers of th't t.II
FARM WOODLOT HAS ENERGETIC 4-II CLUB court when ,he is already physically overfeeding.After be formed, and persons should can do much more towardi t

FLACK IN FLORIDA'S GIRL SETS RECORD OF tired. ) two weeks the calf can be should leave the seedbed at once. creasing the quality of their pnxi

\\c CROPPING SYSTEM GOOD ACCOMPLISHMENTBy Many of the sudden deaths of AH wi7es and mothers should changed gradually to skimmed This treatment is rather expensive the ucts,products and particularly will the padus
middle-aged in be able to answer these questions: milk or to milk powders. There are r but it leaves the soil rich In nitrogen arrive on b
men apparently good markets In
Tallahassee, Fla. The farm ( Spuds Johnson.) health during or immediately following !. How much sleep is required several commercial calf meals that ; thus phosphoric acid and potash and will be an attractiveomlitta:
woodlot has a large place on the It has long been known that 4- a game of golf show the danger of for adults For children? :3. have proven satisfactory. When only need be added for fertlIlzer. the pleasing to the eye 0
Florida farm and should be considered II club work as conducted among thin.. Exercise should be a recreationand How high should pillows be? the calf is well started on the desired Seed may be planted in 10 buyer.

as any other crop according rural boys and girls by county and a pleasure, not a duty to be performed 3' Should exercise leave one ration it may well be put in days lifter the tr ament. On very; Of necessity Florida farm*
to-Harry Lee Baker, state forester. home demonstration agents, is a irrespective of the physical feeling exhausted? a lot with several other calves but stiff soil more' chemicals shouldbe have been producing more of UKS

"One-third of the land In farms valuable asset to the youngsters of audition of the body at the tune.Suncr stanchions or halters should be used, while on very sandy type living on their own farms, and Bu
In the state is devoted to woodlands rural communities. Many who are m imago, se......u I.CM used at feeding time. At this a smaller amount will suffice. has helped tremendously |

and forestry and farming are now grown up and are leading AND RBBT fill tt On fourth of o series of 12 time some grain feed may be given, Growing velvet beans or Crota- Also they have given no Hta
fundamentally the same," he said. I' farmers and farm women attribute Adults need 7 to 8 hours sleep, article on Health tn tfn 11_. Th and a good mixture is composedof aria[ will destroy nematodes, but consideration to methods and pld
He urged the handling of wood- their success to the inspiration received children considerably; more. Too NIh will H om Clothing On FomOy. whole corn, whole oats, bran several months will be required. of producing crops at lens c 2

lands so that they will be revenue I in 4-H club work. As la natural ___.*-- --- -- --- --,. and linseed nil meal. Hav also Ants cauaa a loss- bv. can-vine1_ n oft Citrus growers, truck growers u]
'p producers instead of tax burdens. I to be supposed, some have de I should be ted, and clean, "bright ha: seed before they.W sprout. Thosein general farmers have been bet!
"Timber growing can be coordi- rived more benefit from it than legume hay Is preferred. Feed the bed will be killed with hyd- Ing every effort to reduce prate:

nated with the production of livestock others, and as usual, the ones who 1..I+ > DINTS TO HOUSEWIVES sparingly at first and Increase it as rocyanic-acid gas, and all ant hills tlon costs and still maintain eft
to the benefit of all con have put the most into It have got- the calf gets older. within CO feet of the seedbed ciency, or to gain more efflcitod
cerned. With the Introduction of ten the moat out of it. I| Weekly from Home Demonstration -] Shade should be provided, and should bo treated with sodium Acres and animals which do tcj

Improved livestock we need improved Recently:: I heard over the radioa S a a Specialist, TallahasseeTotnatoRoae fresh water should be available at cyanide, to form the gas. Simply return profits should be discard!

cheap grazing which our most interesting story of the accomplishments Gainesville, Fla. Farm radio all times. If the calf appears not punch a hole in the center of the and those which are profits
forest lands will provide if given a of a Polk County 4.H talks are scheduled to be given to be hungry it l is best to skip a ant hill and pour In 1-4 pint cyanide should be given more care.
"
chance. girl, whose name was not given. from WRUF at noon each day next Salad meal and cut the next two or threein solution. Go over the ground in a More home repair work see
Many benefits to the state from She began the work when she was week by College of Agriculture Dip small, uniform tomatoes one halt so that It will regain its few days to catch any new nests to be another way of savingey. nd

1U forests were cited, such as naval hardly 10 years old, and has con- workers. They will come on the at a time In boiling water so that appetite.The This solution should not come In It requires about twice
stores, lumber mills, carriage tinued to be active In it since that Florida Farm Hour from 12 to they do not become oversoft from a contact with the roots of valuable many farm products to buy a Pot

works, paper pulp mills, and others time.I Although she Is attending 12:45: : each day. The schedule follows standing in the water; peel and seventh Florida National plants. equipment now as It did air<
that employ thousands of people college during the winters now, she : chill thoroughly in the reflregator, Egg-Laying Contest will begin October -a years ago. Consequently, farmd
and bring vast amounts of money assists with the work in her county' Sat., Sept. 10 -- Florida Farm until the tomatoes are dry on the I 1. There is still room for Poultrymen Interested in keeping can afford to spend more time

Into the state. during the summer. She derives News,and Hints. Farm Editorial outside. entries and applications should,be an accurate set of simple record caring for farm machinery.
Relative to handling the farm pleasures and benefits from the Snapshots. For 8 eight roses you need 3 I made to E. F. Stanton. on their birds next season should At a. time when every pen

woodlot, he suggested that all mature work while at the same time imparting Mon., Sept 12 The citrus packages of soft cream cheese. I get in touch with their county counts, we must learn to cut -

dead, crooked, sickly, slow- > them to those with whom Packinghouse Situation H. O. Soften the cheese by working witha I A,dark-colored darning ball for agent or write Norman R. Mehrhof, mars and make the most of our irtlvitles.

growing, and crowded trees be cut she is working.One ,Hamilton. Handling: the Citrus spoon until it will mold readily. light hose and a light one for dark extension poultry specialist, at .
; out and only the young straight of her principal projects Cover Crop-E. F. DeBusk. Then insert a 2-tlned fork in the hose saves the eyes. Gainesville, Fla. a

f desirable ones left. When thinning while she was in the work was the Tues., S pt. 13--Control of AphIds firmer stem end of the tomato Sweet peas planted In SepteW
preference kinds. When clearing improvement of her home. The on Turnips and Mu.tard-Dr. and with a teaspoon (do not try Hogs marketed in September and ber will make flowers by Christ
Ii! land, he advised leaving four good family' had bought a run-down A N. Tls ot. Farm Question Box. i to use a measuring! spoon), dip Into Partitions of wallboard in the early October usually bring from mae, and those planted a mont
i seed trees per acre and then keepIng house, and all members were called Wed., Sept. 14 Introduction to the cheese and level off a tea- drawer of the kitchen table make two to three cents a pound more I later should bloom in January,
: fires, hogs and sheep out. In on to help with Its repair. The 4H cries of Florida Ornamentals spoonful. How place the teaspoon It easy to keep knives and spoons than those sold later .during the

this way nature will help reseed girl took an old abandoned Talks -- Dr. Wilmon Newell and against the side of the tomato separate. winter.

and restock Idle lands. Where no kitchen and converted it into a Mrs. Chaa. W. Ten Eick.Thurs. near the top and draw away the I OVER WOkr,
seed trees are growing, seeds of desirable most attractive bedroom, with spoon. The cheese will have form-
kind should be planted remarkably small expense and improved Florida Soil, Sept.Types 15 to-Truck Adaption Farm-of ed one petal of the rose. Continue I Joan and Doug Take the Cake I NERVES'UP

? The state forestry service, he other rooms throughout the ng --Dr. O. C. Bryan. around the tomato until the circle
announced Is supplying seedling house. Fri. 16 Is complete. Then make a secondrow
Sept. -The Productionand
l pines to Florida landowners at cost She has done sewing, gardening Consumption of Veal in the of petals just below and over-

and Is loaning Implements for and canning and raised ducks and United States-Dr. A. L. Shealy. lapping the first a little. Following
4. planting them as well as furnish-) rabbits. As her home demonstration Each morning at 9:43: the Florida the same procedure, add still a

Ing expert supervision of the agent stated: "Some with Home Period brings the Home third row below. Now slip the

:. 'planting. great success, others not so marked Demonstration Agent for a 15-mln- rose off onto a cooky sheet or.
but all leading to greater ute chat to Florida homemakers tray covered with wax paper.
1\NY FAILURES OFCOOPERATIVES knowledge and experience and When ready to transfer the roses :;:
-a
DUE wider development of character." to the table, slip a fork into the tw
I TO LACK VOLUME For a while she raised a market TRUCK GROWERS top of each and slip onto a bed
y arden, and proved herself adept at SHOULD SET ONLYVIGOROUS of shredded lettuce on a salad plate.

Gainesville. Fla. About half growing and selling products with PLANTS Place a teaspoonful of mayonnaiseIn

of the cooperative associations that which to supplement the family in- the top. You may use a tiny !_
1 : have been organized In Florida come. Gainesville, Fla. Florida truck mound of chopped cucumber pickle,

since 1889 have failed, and lack of Boundless energy and determination growers should of set only the most or chopped fresh cucumbers on the ,-__________t:4:
volume is listed as one of the main have been oustandlng char- vigorous plants, M. R. Ensign, mayonnaise. A few drops of onion .;.
reasons by many of them Dr. M. I cterlatlcs demonstrated in her truck horticulturist with the FlorIda juice may be mixed with the cream $ T

A. Brooker, associate agricultural work. Outstanding accomplishments Experiment Station, recently cheese, but this may be omitted If TO yon ears In wor fc7 -
economist with the Florida Experiment have been the natural result. explained in a radio address Runty you .choose. every nerve at high taniloj

Station said In a recent radio Older people and other girls and vegetable plants, just like runty Mint Ice and N. wonder bark at:you the snap children.at the

address about a study of Florida boys might profit from her ex- he pigs said., usually prove unprofitable To make two quarts use 1 table- Watch outl OverwortMDerve.

cooperatives.Of ample. spoonful of gelatine, 1-2 cupful may J lead to Sleeph
the 374 associations studied. i ._ He urged growers to take every cold water. 2 1-2: cuofuls boillnar 1 ness, nervous- .ueaaaciw, .""'" ,

184 were inactive by fall of 1930. HOG LOSSES DURING precaution in growing their own water, 1 1-2 cupfuls sugar, 2.3 cup ooa Indigestion and a host "l
Of the group that had failed form SHIPMENT MUST BE plants or to secure stocky plants ful lemon juice, 1-2 cupful orange other unpleasant disturbane|
UW
from further north. The setting Why cion t try Dr.
er managers or officials of 28 said BORNE BY F.\n IEnGalne.vllle juice, 1-2 teaspoonful peppermint you TsbfcttT
of weak, those : Effervescent Nervine
that lack of spindling plants or extract and col ,,
volume was the prin- green vegetable half glass ?
that are disease-infested Is usually Just one in a I
cipal cause and 13 others listed it Fla. The loss ofead n waste of time. oring. water makes a pleasant lP'Ping !
as one of the main causes for fail. or bruised hogs during shipment Partial and' of Soak the gelatine In the cold water drink delightfully sooubf Ito
ure. Poor management, no need must be borne by the farmer shading thinning for 5 minutes. Add the boiling over-taxed nerves.
for cooperative. lack of cooperative and it ia up to him to see that his I the seedbed were suggested as Important water and sugar and stir until the Dr. Miles' Nervine Is eC.II dEgerveecent d

., spirit, insufficient capital competition hogs are properly prepared and factors in growing hardy sugar is dissolved. Add other Ingredients. snade in two forma-Liquid bill all
Both |
plants Teats made
early. Tablet.
1 and duringthe Cool and into a
unsatisfactory prices loaded Dr. A. L Shealy. head of pour .
effect.thiiiIjo!
last three show the soothing
followed In order years that a freezer At this stir in 1 sam.
as reasons for ; the Animal Husbandry Department -- point store
drnf
shade of J1.00 at year
ceasing! to operate. Forty-two other at the Florida Experiment! partial muslin or cheesecloth cupful of cream or rich whole milkIf

reasons were given several times Station, explained In a recent. radio on slats will reduce the mid a richer frozen product Is desired i
each. address. day soil temperature an average of Pack with 1 part of salt ,

Analysis of the data obtained Overfeeding just before shipment about 10 degrees to a depth of two to 3 parts of Ice, then freeze. ;* I. -
Inches. Since heat
light and are ;. -
: during the study verify these opinions causes many hogs to die in transit -Lucy Belle Settle. ,
too Intense for the early plants, ,,.
'
.
to a large measure Dr Brook he said. Hogs should receive i
er anid. "Certainly, volume of business only about half the regular amountof this shading Is well worth while. Late September and October are I ,
; As soon as the plants have reach.. the months for winter
.4 is of planting
one the outstanding factors feed the night before they are
ed a good alze should be thin- ___
they _
cover crops, like vetch and Austrian
the
t affecting profits of business to be loaded. Food produces heat,
;i organizations of all types. and too, hogs with overfilled stom- ned. The weak, spindling ones will peas and now Is the time to Mr. and Mrs., Douglas Fairbanka. Jr, and Chocolate Cak as
be pulled out and the others will be make They Sailed for fjuropa.
.
During the 1929-30 plans.If --- --- .
season 62 active achs cannot digest their food while .
& given room to develop into vig- .11.,1" "tvonie cane snia Joan here Is the recipe that was used ..-:
citrus
cooperatives with an I
I, being shipped. They should have Crawford
> orous specimens., to a reporter in by the great chef who baked
a: house has too few closets It: *
average volume of more than 83 all the water they desire. ?Taw York who asked her choice In .e.
1; thousand: boxes made an average : In loading care should be taken Diseases and such insects aa additional ones may ba buut-In Presidential candidates before she Joan Crawford Chocolate i .
net root-knot should be kept out of the with wall board. Waste, sailed for Fudge Cake -c.
; i operating Income of nearly 15 not to excite or overheat the hogs. spaces Europe with her husband.
",, thousand dollars. On the other They should be gently driven onto seed-bed. Soil-borne diseases can made by a chimney jutting into a Douglas Fairbanks Jr. "is choco I CUPB fa elfua egot or rake i eyy Sour yolks 1 )

," \ hand. 23 citrus cooperatives that the truck or through a loading be prevented by sterilizing the room or by a stairway can easilybe late cake And If I must make a soda. V$ cup butter or other UMPOOH ihorttnL -
f failed that season had an wagon seedbed soil while those diseases made into closets. second choice, It Is coconut cuke." Inlf. *14 *"P. brown ugnr. (Irmly LcA
averagevolume chute. Many are overexertedand that You can't |packed S eggs.! unbeaten a
carried keep
are on the seed are a thing like that iquarne.
7 of less than 30
; thousand unawenunad
otherwise chocolate 1
Injured when
': they controlled by disinfecting the seed a secret. So when Joan got to her milk I cup awmt
: boxes. A study of truck If a feed shortage Is imminent, teaapoon vanilla/
crop cooperatives have to be caught and lifted into cabin the
with 1 to 1,000 corrosive sublimate. 'and on ship just before sail.Inl' Sift flour one, maaaura. add ...eta.
: late Is
showed similar results." the truck. The bottom of the truck August early September she found that an admIrer. and eift, together three tlmaa Cream
H"I I, It is therefore Important, Dr. should be covered with sand for If proper care la taken not to re- a fine time to plant cowpeas.If who' bad heard of ber preference, butter, thoroughly.. Add auger gradu
infest the seedbed after soil sterilization had allY. and cream to .lieI' until light
Brooker urged that thorough investigations beddindg Care should be taken not sent hers big chocolate cake and rlurty Add tt*., on. at a time. elil
;, and seed disinfection, feed Is made by one of New York's be.tin touch of enchantment .tn ,
be made of the potential to overcrowd the hogs. a shortage likely plant j faoous well after each addition Add ,
t. seedling disease damages will be to Insure Lark Avenue chefs chocolate and baal wIL Atld flour 10 t
volume of business and other Hogs should reach the cowpeas as, soon as possible alternately" with milk. smooth pearly PP '
loadingpoint email
1 factors before new associations are an hour or two before they prevented.but plenty f chocolate cake which until amoolh Add vinllla Bake and Ha
formed. ITallahlaMee In /
If
there Is need for an are to be loaded into the stock car, they should not be fed before could be obtained In, New York. two rreaaed 10-Inch layer pan or OriC"
I -
just
association it should have a competent so that they may cool off and rest I Bobwhite quail, So there was a party on the S.3. three -lncb. layer pan In. moderate face powder |Just cover. .
l loading nor in the car. In hot oven (325. to-do!(
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sound pheasants turkey hens and deer P > 39( minute Spread Start0RIEI4TALa
manager. financing a bit. They should be unloaded Bremen before It pulled out for Caramel Cream Beautifiei.
weather it is fronting between
and a well-informed membership carefully, using a chute. The bottom a good plan to use ice are being raised at the state game France and what was left of the on top of cake Ia.a.a and
I,: Failures are expensive both in of the car should be covered!I I In the car.DurinI' farm at Ralford and the new stock cake after a score of visitors had Th. recipe for the delIcious Caramel
terms of money and in making it with about hot weather the standard t* being placed in Florida woodsto eaten pieces, went abroad with the FTo.tln I i I. a* follow
four I cup brown
Inches of I
sand,I 36-foot aucar. mip wter. 1
r hard ever to- form an association and It should be wetted down ca- should not carry over keep the state's wild life from young coupl. who are enjoying tDbleapoon butter t 1...._.. vanilla EAMwi
.f In the community. in hot 19,000 pounds. Overloading Is the becoming too scarce. The state their first European vacation In cream or rich milk. to often
weather. The car should be care- cause of deaths three years MU Crawford has Boll ucar and w*.*r until ayrutt
many and much
fully examined game farm is operated jointly by just finished her form a soft ball In cold water fl3S- Sa
r for broken slats and loss from strenuous part I I* ,#.. I.eN
Mariann bruises. I Add
Pan-Am gasoline Prodding or the department of game and freshwater her latest batter and .nllia. and ..- 1 sad 5a
protruding nalla. The hogs MetroGoldwya.Ma7erproduction. mov* from ft.a. When. ptacJ'
.
station may beating the animals I cold. beat until
being repainted. wen drink all the water want with sticks. flab and the state prison "Halo" I thIck and croamy Add area... until ..,
they aLso causes heavy loss from bruises. farm. T. W. Shuler is In charge. If you are envious of the cake :I eonalatancy lena ia7va.. to .pr..... Cover' two I- J

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Verses PRESBYTERIAN UK IT WRSOLVKD': NY THK T.TQIB-: IKOTICW\ and made application for tax: deed / ,

3.4. I .I.ATl'llR... OF TUB STATS OF In the Circuit Court of the. TwenfyMlxth tn Issue thereon In accordance. with ..,' 1
11. What similar instruction was : Services 11 FT.OTUI Judicial Circuit, In and for law Hald certificate emhrsii.- thefnllnwlne I
Sunday September That the followlnir amendment to Hradfurtl County .Florida. lu Chan ; described oro".rtIt! -
given to Titus "But speak' thou I as follows: S.n|| .' and tn Sttli 1 4 of ArticleV cery. nated In Hradford. county yi \\i, \

the things that become sound doc I 10 a. m. Sunday school. T. S. Wll- Florida of the)b Oonntltiillon,.. and the Humu of the It.State hereby nf Aunt In CnryComplainant.'. tu-wlt One :lid. fronting Hr..nd,, n MI I t.. .i' ,. "4 j I,

I trine: . in all things showing Hams acting supt agreed tn. and ..thh..11. bo nubmltted: to \ iII. >. hounded N hy old juil ,* Ij lam.) thyself a pattern of the elei'toi-e; of of Klnrld* C UMrldve, .t al.Defendant .1. F Colley In StarkSec.' W, ttu'. I .. \
) good works In'' 11 : \
is Tamp ants my fed, and a light unto my path.-Pain 119105.: ; a m. morning worship sermon at the. next general election to beheld i.Onler ta n, si fc. ., ,:
doctrine showing uncorruptncss by the pastor Theme "Kept on the rim Tuesday. after the of fevlee The assessment of /-aid prop ur + 'i,}
AH religious teaching doctrine gravity sincerity. Titus 2: 17. by the Power of God." flrnt. Monday, In November, 19SS, for \.tlre tn Appear. under the nald. certificate Issued ,. AW ,I.
Jrnuu or ratification .
or rejection.Heotton In the '
name of Robert
P. Jones
fliUIinH1*. creed if. they are to have any claim 12. What will sound doctrine 7 p. m. Christian Endeavor. Lead S. The. Mupretne Court TifF "STATE OP. T-IXmiDA-. : Unless said certificate shall r ;1'j',
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the love, loyalty and devotion of the people, must be In harmony with enable the faithful teacher to doT er Miss Lucille Mitchell Topic, hall eonatat of .seven (7> Juntli-e. known To: II.and C. |jldrldif Curly: ,Peek residence and llva ue doi.iued sccorillnc to law, xIHd.i #
who shall be elected the ,
by will Issue
iiualtfltnl thereon tan'' the illIII)
? Jesus the Christ whose words fit Into dnyof
., (perhingl[ of every fold and crevice "Holding fast the faithful wordas Does God Really Care ?" electors. of the ntate at the time Peek his wife 7)11) South Shore September. A. I 1) ..... "

, ie human LIKE heart THIS, and MAN.of whoa it waa said In John 7:46, "NEVER MAN hath been taught that he may 8 p. m. Union services at Metho- the and (places eiclHlatiii' of voting'The for term members of office. nf Drive It In Chicago hereby: ...rd.that Illlnrili: you andeach D.fin 1932.led this 23rd lay of August A. ",', '.

ARE be able by sound doctrine to ex. dist church. Rev. W. P. Jones will of each Justice. Hhall be sIc )'....ra. ot you ere required to appearon 0. W. AI.nJlRM.\N. "' ;,,
of Bradford and Vnlon counties are Invited to use this de hort and to convince the gainsayers. be the speaker and alive The terms of office of the Six' : Jua- list the, before Sth day of Meiitember, A, I>. (Seal) Clerk. of Circuit Cnurt, 1. .
the
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pastors messageis above mulled courtto '
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tlcen now ronetllutlnir the Supreme1'ourt rtmdrord t t'
County Florida : ,
organization* and announce- Titus 1:9. the Bill of Complaint flloj '+
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anted nolcharge anticipated. shall not be affected by thin ...at.e-n. '
tznrngr freely Sflven made-the only requirementihut 13. amendment. Their shall against you In the shove "tlll..d" .,
What nueoenaora -
danger attends
the A cordial Invitation to all ,
our online, and the llra, lford' '
< County
1r this office before be elected
g ouch Items be reach handled for current Issue.Wednesday morning teaching of false doctrine "Who services extended to all. at the name In time the name and "manner!..,,... as and reoulred Telegraph I Is, hereby. deslanated a* \onrn OF. AII. >I.irtTtov roitT "rt.: :
% lineal:
cannot the 'i ,
newspaper In Which thin utter
they
Ie concerning the truth have erred -=-- hv the Constitution before J: ; I' +,
thin amendment. I'unn the ratification shalt be published. one a week for Notice Is hereby clven I that t,:. P. i; I
"Come" he said, "and put your saying that the resurrection is past Miami Beach New buildings of thle amendment" It shall beth four consecutive ....kL I Conway holder of Tax Certificate :t.. \
self under the divine promise." already; and overthrow the faith started here since first of year duty of the llovernor tn appoint i kina Wltnesn the llonornl.le A. Z. Ad. No. ant lies. the. Tin day of July A. U .;. ..; ''I
one additional Jnntlre nf the an Judge of this Court and the 1010, filed said certificate In my f C
SUNDAY SCHOOl. I That is Ktlll the legitimate Invitation of some." 2 Tim. 2:18.: passed 1000.000 mark recently. Supreme" Court .and lie shall hold office seal. nf thin noun In the city nf : office and made. application for tax 1

LESSON I of the church "Come and takea 14. Who are the disciples of Jesus from the date of hln appointment this Stnrke.the. lirndford {'..""ty. Florida, : deed to Issue thereon In accordance ,
3rd day of AUKunt A with law Nell certificate embraces
until Tuesday after the first. 1'1 3
i share in God's promise extendedto and what gracious work does Tarpon Springs City signed Monday In January Utafi, end whonenuccennor 1932. the followlnar described. prop.rty.It-. I
his people"-that Is the church's the truth do for those who receiveIt new five-year contract with Florida ahall be elected at the 8-5-5t-8-9. u. w. At.nErutAN. U'I uated In llrndford county, Florida, 1 1 (
11 IDS: Clerk Circuit lo-wlt:
SEPTEMBER general election In 1134 to hold of
FOR Invitation and the only one that ? Power Corporation. flea for a term nf nix yearn b.alnning --- W14 of NFy: of N\V*, or 8WV4 A f fa

ubject Israel Journeying? to- has weight. In our Christian era' "If ye continue In My word, then ------- ; : Tuesday after the first Monday{ NO''le'loJ .1 rll'I/ ft, wide W of same, Soc ,
Twp a .
14. H. nUN. j i
a acree.The
In January 1H.11, and thereafter the
r Canaan it means "Come and receive an are ye My disciples Indeed; and ye Miami Beach '- Miami Beach auaaesnorn of the Justices. of the 8upreme Notice In hereby irtvtn to all cim- assessment of said. property. <'
h Text: "Come thou with interest in the salvation won for us' shall know the truth and the truth apartment owners planning to form court .shall he elected. at the oerned that the city council. of the under. the said certificate Issued was
olden election, city of .Mtnrke.. Florida< sitting a* a In the name nf John J.
general next Conway,1
the
preceding ,
t and we will do thee good," by our Lord Jesus Christ. shall set you free." John 8: 31, 32. organization. expiration of their terms of office Honrd. of Fqueusers: on August Htn, Unless said. certificate .. .. .. re- f1
---- and 17th. A. D., mi. mnda the fol deemed according to law tax deed. I
1 Jesus respectively except In' case nf an e
1029. "Come
: said unto me all
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nbers Second election, to fill nn unexplred. term ofA lowing changes. In the tax assessment will Issue thereon t Sth day
held toward 1933.he
Text: Numoers 101136.: ye that labour and are heavy laden DAILY BIBLE READINGS hearing Junttoe whose term of off lea may roll ae filed hy the city! taxannnnnnr ot .Mnptember, A. D. +f
esson and I will rest." deepening and widening North New have become vacant for 1832. Notice. I Is further tinted' thle Duth day of AuKiut, A,
J twas t now about a year lace give you River canal from Lake pkeecbobee Meet..Ion 4. The. Hupreme' Court mAY nrlven that the Mly i-mmcll will at rtmeaning D ltl.1l.\ i
Israelites left Egypt most of e September 9And hear consider and determine onuses. tn be held nn Iha( 14th hay, I O. w. At.nicnMAV. + f
BAPTISTSunday to Port Everglades. -f .Hollywood mid exori'ls" all lie powers and Jurisdiction of September A. I' 19)3 nt the city (Heal) ('1., k of circuit.Court ,
ch time they had been encornpit End to Worry-Be careful Herald. as a nlntrle body !In which hall In Nlaiko', at II :im o'clock p. ".. "".cUu,1 btu' )'. .. .lurh.203&.13. tli. .. a.
Mt Sinai. for nothing; but in everything by ( CHne n. majoi) of the members of will hear from, all such owner nrairentn '- '
school at 10 a. m. A J. --- I /the court shall constitute. a quorumfor an desire. to appear. and I Icomplaints 1t'
lesson is taken from the prayer and supplication with MUHr) OP KI.Kt'IKWhereas the dispatch of business or It an tn I the valuation. rll"l|I
)ur
Thomas, supt. What can we do to "Ixed. by the sold ll.uiril, .. >OTII
of |
which a Urget thanksgiving let your requests be the lca-ltalnrej. of IDS) mayOIIHO| Itn ''IO W.r. and jurln- | E
k N'umbera, get our teachers to come early? Be under' I the constitution of 185. ofIhe (1 let Ion In two divisions. under, such I era and hear ,any reason why the In Cln-ii": Court Twentr-MlxtU' \ y+.
t Is occupied with various laws, made known unto God. And the State r>f Florida, did pan two regulation an moor ha determined. by valuations should tie chnnfted. ,iI.nls 1 Judicial Circuit. Urndfnrd, County, ; {+ +
contains besides the In- there a little before ten to be with peace of God, which passeth all understanding Joint/ lli'xolutlon' I prtiponlnv amendments the Court hitch division.. chill oon- t K 4 R H'ock .I. iirlRlnitl: Town Mluto of "Floildit' In Chancery {
It also the scholars and ready for opening shall to tho o of our lesson the accounts keep your hearts ., front Itano. to HOIKI.rtlnrk .. va.
nU Rate of FI'>I'Ila. and the nmi wrHKrod and the Chief Justice' who .hnll by a l
descent of the quails cf Mlrs promptly. and minds through Christ Jesus.- to hv a eats t of th"o-flflh.i" virtue of hie position' a. Chief Justice HI nn extended. on ICnNey'nntHp J. R. Story' IVfendiint 1 I'
, he Worship at 11 a. m, sermon by 4 6 1.St"Itt'mlK"r. tit nil the ininihtrn ,Horned, to aaehhotine he .a member of each division. Original" Town. IN a 21, Uulf It n the 'hill bv affidavit! ipv ,.ded -
leprosy the Journey of the rhlllipptans : ; ttmt the vnten on sold. Joint and the Juilirmnnt u of either IXvlnlnuconcurred Ucflnliitr t.... from IHilNO: tn IIO.VIKI.l In filed. In tlu. n I "."- ,
Canaan the rebellion' the pastor. Subject: "The Char 10 Holuilonn wcif rnaral l ', tholrMittctlvo In by nil the members of LotH If) 13 A N ID (t.. 1,1.I 1m..k 13/ lanes au"e :that J. H Mlciry, (th I dfendHiil *- I
thn ih ; :
'i ( ; acter of Christ' Matt. 17:3.: How to From Evil ... JnuinnlH' with the I yeas such. IXvlslon' shall. b. the judgment C, N. J. Jiinca', Addition UiNtnrke therein I named; I- a
torah; Oathan, and Ablram the Escape -- and nays th.renn. and they did dotormina of the court The. concurrence of a 21 A st c). I.. tleanley, from nou-ienldxtlt' of the Slats. of *' lorUla 0 '
ib of Miriiim the sin of loses At the hour of eight p. m., we Because thou host made the Lord and direct that DIP said, majority of the members of the .a"1I1 to fiiioo, I l unit 1 he /Is a resident o( Mi i'I"' rllpnrglx f
attend the united meeting in the which Is Most Joint KoxiiUitl.iim' IHI Htiliniltlixl to court shall. tie nercesuiy to a derision r.otsI2:45ateo 1011 11 and IN. over the ago of..iI
refuge even the
. Ant/ n the death of Aaron, they my the electors of the. ntnt nt the Oonernl and Judgment, of the court. Muck 11. Tenple'e| A.1 the fiery serpents, they methodist church.B. High thy habitation; there shallno rilcptlnn In Nnvmhpi, 1833. whether he. court la sitting In two 1 K W. IliiddlnKlun, f 1'1.m $6011 to I7AO i I that sold imti-reildent I, ; defendant
Y. P. Union Intermediate and evil befall thee neither shall NOW. TIIKKKFOIin.: I. H. A (tray dlvlHloiiH. ..'. who actingus, a Invle T.nIM' 8 t II in II, lunch M, be and hn In hereby requli'dto
of Balaam the choice of Jos- Addition. tH a 211. FY., 1
"< 'i-flary "f flatn nf the State' of body. "1'1'18'.1' appear to I lion bill of complaint' ,
! Junior meet each at 7 .
Sunday p. plague come nigh thy dwell from l.lOrt to $4110.Jones' filed In nald runes on or before t
to succeed Moses and other any Florldii, do hvrcliy glve. a"Ill'. that All capital I eases. ell cases In.
M. The young people are making ing. For he shall give his angels A volvlnar the determination nf .nlaiu. t. tt., Inl. ::1 1 IVfI lhelinu n'l Tuesday:I the I :' imh day; of September, y
nU of the wilderness wander- federal constitutional questions. Addition JJ A, 1) 1112, ; otherwise I the I aIIegatlnneof :
splendid progress in these societies. charge over thee to keep thee In OF\F(111: : I II.KCIIOVwill and or such other canes an he directed John, fiom" tstio.. to 1 7110. spiel. bill will. lIe> taken a* confenned J)
may
Wednesday .a 8 p. m. our mid all thy ways.--Psalm 91: 911. be held In rurli, county In Flnr- by the court shall he determ t.ol 7 R 1.1 U l a 16 If ID 19 20/ II I !2.I hv nld defendant..
.\nd It came to pass on the I Ida on Tuesday' next succnedtnf the toed by the court 110' rill ue a t3 14 frncl lot IB of lllnckr. a, 1t I I. hriher oidored that this order 4
, nticth day of the second month week services are resumed. I September 11 first MnndHV In Nnvcmhttr A. U. h"y. ( Perk Hub. niv., 211 A 12, W. H, Watson b* published. once a week for 3 t, ,+ ,
a- The Windows of HeavenBringye 1932. the vald Tuftudav. l>.lnir the Tho Chief Justice shall I>.Intrla'i from 1 1 DO to |40I I five consecutive weekn In the lIned I ;
the second year that the cloud in 'r n Lots 1 IS n 14 IS in, Hlork II, Clly ford Teler
SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST K.: M iv OF ::110\ F..nEa over each. Dlvlnlon and, over the County a n.wapn-j
taken up from off the taber- all the tithes Into the store i for the ratification nr rejftntlnn of court acting an a si UK la body and Park Hul Hv. t* I 33V., 1, Watson per published:: In .:rc1b. county and (
house, that there be meat In i the said. Joint Itrxnlutlon prnnnnlna when the Chief Justice In dlmiuull' from, 170 to I3nnlnta ntate. '*
le of the testimony. And the 6. What Is a "wind of doctrine 7" may amendment to the Cnnntltutlon of fled or Is absent or In disabled fromHiiy I 4 & A 7 e ID, ninck 4, f'lty I Thin August 17th lllftlU. i ,
dren of Israel took their Jour-( mine house, and prove me now the State of Florida, via: cuune the Justice' oldest In Park Hub. 1>1". IH S S2, W. H Watson W. MOORMAN" (''t
"And the prophets shall become herewith salth the Lord of hosts of service present: : and: qualified. I point: froth $70 to 1300. Official Muni. Clerk circuit Lour. i is dl
s out of the wilderness of Sinai : wind and the word is not in them." A JOINT RESOLUTION' rrnnnnln tn shall. preside over the entire court l.nta 7 8 II 10 Illk i). N. J. Jones. "FI.DYI: IIIIKHN'I Htarke. Fla, h
the cloud rested In the wilder- if I will not open you the windows Amend S.-rtlon 6 of Article S of and each division thereof until the Add. Mr.. Thelmn." )d. Julius. II tl II I] Ni llcltor for; Complainant" I : h
Jer. D:13.Note.: thn Constitution of the Mint nf HIXIO to lIT 000. 1-19-&t-I.IO.
of heaven and pour you out a disability ot the Chief Justice U
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of Paran. .-Calling a doctrine a wind Florida (latlng to County Comml removed, I.ota 1II II 12 In K/ rlv'n Addition.
ou will recall the "pillar of of doctrine does not make It such. blessing that there shall not be .nlon"r.. The. vote cant In compliance, with 29 A. it, Mike Marcus, Ion, $100 to 'IoU'I'U'| OK :1.110': ,1$,, i iT
to receive It. Malachl Bra IT uKxoi.vrcn, : KTTHTI' T.TCCH- $20.".
enough .
room -
aid proposed amendmeiitH" and the
d and the pillar of fire as of tin It. r. Wall mayor nf Rtarke,
That la a wind of doctrine whichIs I.ATITHH Of" THE bTATW OF canvass., declarations end. returnsthereof One lot land yard N A
3 10. Florida, I'.h.t... ,
: Ki.omnA South "tiy 120 yards. W In SIC: of authority vented +
itloned In Exodus 9:20( 21 : shall lie niibjecled' to the (
fu"
not sustained by the word of September' 12 That .Hretlnn I of Article! R nf the and restrlctlona Citr. of Niy, of HHVi. i*> B sores, In "me hv law do hereby call. .nelnctlon I
regulation as
name"
en as a guide and protectionIsrael CniiHtltntlim, ot the State of Flurlda, ,.... provided by law fur general. T. J. Alderman. from, 1250 to $.011. to be held at the city hall d'I
In verses 14-28 of our God.T. Reward of Humility Whoever relHtlnir tt> county cnminlfHlnnri. !b. elecllonn In the stale' of Florida;/ Fruit Osrrowvra K:|press t Co., $(A to In the aforesaid' city, by the uiialiriiidvotrrn : ,;( '4If
For what Is all scripture protoltable exalteth himself shall be abased: and the ante In tiorebv amended., and ''''''. there, nn Tuewdiiy. Napl.nt.
IN TKHTIMONKY: WIIKnKOP -
Mn chapter the order of the Onlf Reflnlnir. (.'(" persons 1 from ber mil: 111.12, for the '' ofelretlnK
"All scripture la given by inspiration an amended )I. agreed to and Mhullhu I have hereunto eel : ulcer.: ;:
and he that humbleth himself shall the following (+
rch of the Israelites Is given submitted to the olci-tor of the hand. and affixed. the slice to 1 760.fontnl
my
of God and is profitablefor be exalted.-Luke 14: 11. State of Florida at the general election Orent deal, of the Hints, of Teli-wiupli,. & Cable Co. $19 One Mnvnr.Thiee .
en all was ready Moses urged doctrine." 2 Tim. 3: 16. But In lowliness of mind let each of n..I'r..ntatlv.| to h.. held In (SI5AL! ) Florida at Tallahassee. to 'loll .Alderman' for two year +, j '
Une Aldermnn fur ,
IMn-American nn. y..r.II"
I'etrrleum {
Corp. r
brother-in-law thus: "Moses IOU for approval or rejection Hald
the Capital this the let .
cI 8. What advice was given to esteem the other better than them- Suction B of Article S, mi amended' day of August A. r. inai: liernonal, from 'I uo ti> $'160. (Cleik" Treasurer, and Tax Col
unto Hobab the of lector.line.
Rag-,
son
; Timothy while preparing for the selves. Look not his hall rand a. follow: K. A. OHAY. Hhell Petroleum Curl, personal,
I the Mlcllanlte Moses' father / every man on Perllnn 6. 1mmrdIs'tN. the from, r 530 to II76O.Hinilhern Tnt Assessor. ,
r upon .-.-14t-ll.e Secretary u( HtuteNO'IKM S Vii
? "Till I .
gospel ministry come give fine Marshal.Inspertiirn )
own things but every man also on ratification of this, amandment the Hell Telephone. and
law we are journeying unto the I Telegraph. Co., from .Ie of sold elertlon' : T. N. 3
attendance to reading to exhortation county romnilMeionera of the *eveuil personal $ .
nee of which the Lord said. I will the things of others.--Philllppians t count... of thin (lati. nliall dlvldfl I- OF ".'..I.U. \1'10'11 .on tn Illtno.Hinclulr. Kanr lrkk1 Watt. en l.r kna( J. JL. "; y1'
to doctrine 1H
Take heed
rtx uKf.u: PeekIn .
.
2: 3, 4. their respective conntlee Into Keflnlnc Co., personal t
.e It '
you: come thou with us, unto thyself and unto the doc 13 five eommlKHlonvrii' diHftlrts, to ba Notice U hereby. given' that Eva from fllUO to $I76WeMlern testimony. whereof. I hereunto
awe will do thee good: Leave trine." 1 September numbered. renpactlvely from one to A. than, holder. of Tax CertificateNn I'nlon Tut. Co., personal nubncillie I my rmint, and, 1 caune, the 1 1title '
IDnt. I thee: forasmuch as Tim. 4: 1316. A Sure Support: The eternal five, InoluMlvo and each district 21)5 the 7th day ot July A. I>. from lOll lo $uniHeahnard neal l nf IIts(1 Nald city lo be affixed, '
.' pray 9. What solemn .charge was God Is thy refuge and underneathare shall be MM nearly, "* fiuNRlbla equal 1930, hue filed said certificate In my Air I.lne Ily. Co., .IT the aid day of August, A. D. li'I\t')
u knowest how we are to en- him In proportion to population and office and mad application for tax mile. .1* mile* H. '1'. Wan-' 1 lDla. 1
given his N.1tJI;; j.M:
rap In the wilderness and thou concerning public the everlasting arms.-Deut. thereafter there shall lie tit each of deed to Inane thereon In accordancewith nee : I.ns mlls I ; truck, It. C. WAIT
,
work ? "I charge thee therefore 33 27. mich dl.1 rici. s county conimlaitlon- law Hald certificate embrace. .NO mile side rack( from "a.311.00 (Meat) Mayor of Htnrke, Florida.,
1 yeat be to us Instead of eyes. God. and the Lord Christ who cr who shall he Urted by the quallri. the following I I : dnncrlbed property: to 820.731.00. $-12-Gt-9-9.
1 It shall be, If thou go with us, September 14 .'.. electora of Niild unity, .t the situated In llradrord County, Florida We, the tinderslarneil. do hereby '-- '- ml" .
shall judge the quick and the dead Love Masters Fear: There is no time and flare >.It shall be, that what goodnessLord at His appearing and His King County ifrirer. and hall hold hie Com IIS ft. W. of Nit Cor. of tot going In n. true and ourrect lint. of noun ay
shall do unto us, the flame fear in love; but perfect love cast- office for four yvnrx, inuvldfdjhowever 4 of Hlk. 4 ft, run 8. 100 ft. W. tl ft. the real I and iwrsonal' propertyeu.uallacd Nolle U hereby. given. th.t1
1 dom preach the word; reprove eth out fear.-1 John 4: 18. that the county .,timmlfmloneralected N. 100 ft. 13. 6. ft.. to .be*:. Town ot by the flty aounvll nlttlnaTa creditor, !'eaateen, dlntrlbllteea and ? f
we do unto thee. rebuke exhort with all longsufferIng In the general election/ In Ijiwtey, Went of ltaliwayj I nacho a ,board. ot equnlliera.In nil t'rson havlnv. claims against '
lie assembling of the people and Septernl 15 IA3( from the even! .numttored dlntrlcto Township 8 S. It. 21 (Kant.,:. witness whm ..i>f w* have hereby the estate of llornoe Maliry deceased -
and doctrine." 2 Tim. 4: 1, 2. Peace and Safety Thou wilt aha11 I nerve for two yaara, and The assessment of said. property nubncilhed. our name, and. the H" hereby. requented ta pre-
Journeys were guided largelytwo 10. Why did the apostle say those from the odd numbered. district under; the said certificate Innuea; was data above mention sent, their clnlmn to the Iforrorablefleo 'tD ,
silver trumpets as describ- keep him In perfect peace whose ehall nerve for four yearn. and In the name nf W. IT. KdwardHtTnlena : W. r. WALt. A. tlnrdlner, (lounty Judge of
this duty was so Imperative T "For Attest Chairman, City C'liumll, Hradfnrd Floilda. fur his f w
In mind is stayed on thee; because he thereafter the termo 'hall nx four certificate shall be redeemed County c ,,
Numbers 10:2: "Make two the time will come when they will truateth in thee. Isaiah 26:3.: yearn The powern, dudes and cornlieiiHatlnti according to law. tax deed will C. A. FI'TCTI City Htnrk. Via.. aiiproval within one year from data
upets of silver; that thou of ouch county coinnilnHluiiem Innue thereon on the 12th day of City Clerk. 8-24-U-9- hereof ur this notice will beheld In
not endure sound doctrine; but after e shall be preix-rllied. by law. : .. '' I 1AB2. .- .- --- bar therein, and all pernnnn I Indebted 1'
vest use them for the calling of their own lusts shall they heapto Moore Haven Inter-county. baled:: 't'iI'lr.h; day of Au llnt, A. .NOIItll, Ol.. Tl'l'f.H'lTII, >% FOIl fo .said estate are requested, to pay t4l'
assembly and for the journey- A. JOINT HEHOLUTinV PronoBlnw 'r1a IIeDNotice : : th' /Ir said debt forthwith I to the un-
of themselves teachers having Telephone Co. extended its line nn Amendiiient. to Section 3 and to m3'O.. W. ALDERMAN ,In hereby Blrn, that J. V.Colley. d, I "llfn..1 adnilnlntrntor./ r.
the camps. The uses of Itching ears: and they shall turn across canal here distance of mile"] Hortlon 4 of Article V nf the Constitution (Seal.) Clerk of Circuit Court holder. of Ta" illfliHle, N... t, Thl 2nol\ ilav of July. 1912.
trumpets are named In verseD of V'lorldii Relating to Dradfurd. County Florida ((136. tlui 7lh clay < of away their ears from the truth and and one-half. | the Judiciary" jJepartnient* 1-12.It.e-8. ha filed acid. certlfUalii, In my office T-S2-9t-0-l AJmlnlslrator pf ?
this tenth chapter. You -.-. r -- .... -' ..- t
I be Interested by reading those '.,

''And'tea they departed from the THE MAIN THING ON MAIN STREET" By F. 1an' Zclin



tint mey of and the the Lord ark of three the covet days'- -t f) Buz 1 1t 1 ASKED THAT COP t ASKED HIM TNATS WHAT WET&LD SAY OFiICEQ TWO' BLOCk "t l lftl

of the Lord went before them rn BACK,, T tOE. NOW To WHERE YHERE ME TOO HOW 1X3 GARGT AHEAD AN' TUI7N/'

the three daya1 Journey, to MAIN" STREETS GET TO MINnEAPOLiS WAS A NICE WHEN I ASkED : TO Pull TO TV4E RIGHT/

rch out a resting place for LEADING NEWSPAPE2/ AND; HE sATS< : -.TvYO", CHEAP RESTAU- ::: HOW TO GET TO PLACE ?
1
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A
..s upon them by day when they SAID THE SAME
TRAFFIC COP HAS
TURN To THE RIGHT i<
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nt out of the camp. And it came THING .t1,

P M. when the ark set forward SOME JOB -

It t Moses said. Rise up. Lord and -
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thine enemies be scattered and u

them that hate thee flee before SElMG A lCECTfi2f> OMjEEXCt5 -

e. And when it rested, he slid, \ / l ISM'T r 5o BAD, -=

torn 0 Lord, unto the many BUT MIKE P. 1 rfSLUG, OUO
1
''lI.ands of IsraeL" TRAFFIC' COP REFUSES: TO

!'be first stop of the Israelites BE ONE ON SUNDAYS. l'';

,1*In the wilderness of Paran, OJHEM THE\ TRAFFIC IS tATv4iCK (( ( N +r t *
extended from the southwest I .u: +
the Dead ', AS FLIES
Sea to the territory( I
IIedhHely! surrounding Sinai It on SUNDAYS ME HAS on! o

1 the scene of moat of the wan- ANSWER To ALL QUESTiOrrS tq -e ,

'JSs of Israel after they turned "TWO' CLOCKS AHEAD j66DAH .. '., ... ..- _ .....,. J
from entering Canaan on the TiJRN TO THE 'ff'.yp l F- '
to. IGHT. ('1_

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acing out the way for us are t

.' twaya! the same for different .;.DOROTHY DARNIT Byt, Charles :'McManus' l !

was or even for the same per... ...
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the years: the cloudy j p11-

showed the way for Israel. but DOROTHY, i 1ieria

!Day be a small voice or even NEED AM AXF, 'LL GET. I

r.r.a deep impression for us. ONE fkQ SERE S oF/C

\ abidance win hOWever bet

udL satisfactory for the will

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thought that Hobab went

the Israelites and gave them


Q dtserL beneftt of his experience. In Lk-P9 l 1

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Lther ;
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Owes used Interchangeable. f I II

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descelldal11l Mae3 of the- "Hoobab" ;: I w. N qy 9 !

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'Set 0Ia the the plea of Moses did eP Ml

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"PAGE EIGHT PRAPFbltD COtTNTV TglJEGKArn.! 8TAKKB FLOMIM FB.TDAY.

_.__ .. _.._ _n. __ __- .. ___ -.___ ._.... ___ ._._ ___ _, ._ .. ... .__ .. .__. .. SEPTI\lIillt. !:! :: B. H',
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finding new taxes to make us poor' the republican national conventionsent that collectors desiring cancellations for Charles Glover -

Bradford County Telegraph : ] folk pay..-Bronson Journal the following telegram to bin, and the special cachet may was laid over! for one moat The ;

Maybe You'veHeard .---0---- wife, according to the Journal; ] send a limited number of properly I Mrs. Brooks asked

Established 1S77LORIDAPRESS From the Bradford County Telegraph Deareah wife: Got here shafe addressed letters, with postage Brady Brooks. The for help t

I It ButThe : "More Flour Arrives Here fsthop) Evershingh lovely (quit) stamps affixed sufficient for the 'over for one month.matter: kas II

MEMBER \ For Needy." Poor folks going to Met shorn old frengs (don't) Hay first class letter rate of postage, Mr. L. A Brown
swlell thime (quit) Prohlblsm to the postmaster, Washington D. I sPOke !
'1 be in the dough again, eh t-Miami ing of Mr. Romaine, thatbj
ASSOCIATION \ \\ llllea In the memorial foun- Beach Sun. repealed long ago In Shlgoga (sop) C., to be received not later than 'of 14.90 for medIcine asking y
be
love. The outside of the pack-I \pay i
tain at the Woman' Club are In --o-- Wish you wash there (shop) Sept. 22. that he be allowed ;u"
; 1932 Iowa) Herald. of covers should be endorsed $10.00
o -Redding (
I full bloom. Some of the plant are A community garden is one age I month for six 1 onths.
.\ ..__nKingsley _. "For September 26 cancellation"ORIFFiS The 1IIIt y
__:....,_ roturaitd, J..fctida ... expensive as well as beautiful and where the neighbors' chickens are Lake 170 Feet Above I I was laid over until next !"
them womenare justly proud of! fattened.r-BraUford County Tele-, Mr. C. A. Knight meek
them. One of the club members graph. You simply speak a I The Sea Level TALKS TO GROWERS letter from Consolidate prellenl4Q

Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class asked us to write a little Btory a mouthful.-Lake Butler Times. Alachua and Levy counties want I Stores Company, asking for MI N
{ Florida calling attention to the flowers, the sea level canal dug through I A.:1.: Grlffls, superintendent of justment on 11II a:;
Matter at the Post Office at Starke
i'' saying that she would furnish the Headline nays, "b -kills former I Kingsley lake. Why ruin the prettiest public instruction attended a meet- I erty of the turpentine SSft:

i'E. names from a seed catalog In her legislator" That smacks of the bathing lake in the state?- Ing In Lake City Tuesday, sponsor equipment of H. L. Hough.. $

S. Matthews ________.______:.._____ Owner and Publisher possession However a search for Impossible. -- Starke Telegraph. Starke Telegraph. They don't wantto I ed by the Lake City chamber of motion duly seconded and bjll

a J. C. Robinson _. ____ ___________-..--___ Managing Editor the list proved fruitless and we are Unless he took it In too large doses. run the prettiest bathing lake, commerce for the purpose of pro ,I.same was not allowed. (!.
_'-'- unable to enlighten our public as _Lake Wales Highlander but to have a real attraction there Columbia I : Mr. Copeland appeared in U.
b to what particular brand of lilly -o-- for those passing through the ca- of the committee for ]
!
SUBSCRIPTION RATE holds forth In the pool. But any- Starke (Fla.) one day last week nal. Tell me please, who can resist Mr. Griffin was asked to be pres- exhibition for display at geUlllr the if..

Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c Payable in Advance way, they're blooming even if nobody shipped out "3000 hampers" of cu- a bunch of pretty bathing, ent and discuss the problem of ty of Progress exhibition In the!I i

Advertising Rates on Application' does know what they are. cumbers. How many bellyachesdoes beauties T-Bronson Journal. I berry growing from planting to cego in 1933. The matter a
that represent? HlUyard Kingsley lake at the center Is 90 I shipping.The over for further \\8IIaJ..

Contrary to popular belief a (Wash.) News. feet deep, making the bottom of I meeting was attended by Mr. J. J. conslderauOII.l
Democratic Presidential Electors banker does not derive his greatestfun oft- the lake 80 feet above sea level. about fifty Columbia county farm- for Mrs. W. A.

f from refusing loans to old Avery Powell wonders who'll pay If a sea level canal is built, pro- ers and arrangements were madeto ter was laid over for 30
Group No. 1-Hugh C. Sparkman women with the rickets. Such little the tax on rubber checks.-Starke viding for 40 feet of water, a ditch form a growers' association on Mr. O. H. Crawford asked days IIIJ

Group No. 2-W. B. Lanier I incidents as the following help, Telegraph. Why wonder that? It's 120 feet deeper than the bed of the the 20th of this month. help on account of bone !f

Group No. 3-George M. Dorman to brighten his days: I more Important to know who will lake would have to be dug, and which rendered him ueabl <
A well-known negro character pay the tax on the really good where would the lake bet Ships work. The matter
/-// Club Will Hold wag put at
i
Group No. WilHard W. Ayres asked an officer of a local institu- ones.-Bronson Journal. would pass 80 feet below the present 30 days.

Group No. 6-William Fairbanks tion for help In securing a pension 'T"---O-" bed of the lake out of sight of Achievement Day SoonThe Bob Mathis asked the board,

Group No. 6-Herbert William Fisher on the grounds that he had cooked "Bull kills former legislator. the bathing beauties playing in help for himself. The matter
for the army during the Spanish- headline discovered by the Starke Band Instead of water-If the ca- annual 4-H Club Achieve- put off for 30 days
Group No. 7-G. T. McClellan But think of the hun is there.Incidentally .
American war. Telegraph. nal dug ment Day for Bradford county will The following reports wereflj
For Governor-Dave Sholtz The banker explained in great dreds'whowere exposed and didn't on information furnished ,, be held at the court house on the County Judge report on flnti

1 t, For United States Senator-Duncan U. Fletcher detail to the would-be pensionerthat even get sick. Moore Haven by a competent engineer last Saturday in October. This costs,.Jail Inspector's report,eoi
,' L the government was rather Democrat. Kingsley Lake has the highest lake i I is an event of much Interest to all ty home demonstration agent's
For Congressman-at-Larke J. Sears hesitant In giving pensions to men n surface of any lake In the state-.! the "-H boys and girls of the county port.The
For Comptroller, M. Lee. "1/'/* who had not been regularly en- Railways are trying to make it 170 feet above sea level. There are club women and others Inter- following were placed

---0 listed. The negro listened with cheaper to travel than to stay higher hills and "mountains" in I ested in the work. the mother's pension roll" with up.-

open mouth and nodding head until home.-Starke Telegraph. And it the Ridge section of the state but II l There will be, on exhibit the various allowance of $2.00 per month f
City election next Tuesday. probably is about the first of the there is record of lakes in that
the bank officer had finished his no I products grown or made by four months for each child
-o- learned explanation and then ask month: to the man who owes too section having a higher lake surface i the club members Including a school age who Is now attend: !

ed, "Well Cap'n, could you let me many bills.-Bronson Journal. than Klngsley. i large display of fine corn and some school. The report of attends
Cheer up I Only fifteen weeks until Christmas. of ?" ---o--- Our informant states Kingsley'shigh to be
have a couple cigarettes high class pure bred hogs, while made by Supt. A j. crt
o -- We heard a new one the other elevation was noted 60 years |> the girls will exhibit canning, before payment is made.
Walter who also writes day. A skull half an inch thick ago and it was called "a lake on a cooking, and Madeline
P Budgets are easier to unbalance than to balance. Winchell ',. sewing, garden prod- Frlgo Lawtey, 18
was Unearthed in one of our west mountain. The lake surface elevation -
Mrs.
ucts. Bell
column that official
S a says fig Parmenter Starke,J2c
R ..___ 0.- ern states and Immediately sent to is from the U. S. Canal Sur- ''
urea show that the safest hour to "i Plans are now being laid to makeIt Mrs. Jessie Anderson Starke, j
The pigskin will soon root baseball off the diamonds. drive your auto is between 6 and 7 Washington, without the fomallty vey of 1900., The highest point of a gala-day for the county. A Mrs. Mamie H. Mead Hanplo

on Tuesday morning and the most of an election. -Dado City Banner. land 't>n the road between the lake I 1 splendid program will be given in $4.00; Mrs Ethel Bell, Starke!<

w dangerous hour is between 5 and t and Lawtey, as given In the U. S. the court house auditorium In the Mrs. K. Sponholtz, Starke, (to
Business concerns using printer's ink have little use for 6 on Sunday afternoon., So if you Up in ,, the other Geological Survey is 238 feet just I afternoon by the boys and girls Mrs. Emma Swilley, Brooker t

m red ink. go out driving next Sunday afternoon day.a motorist held out his hand 87 feet lower than Iron Mountaln'l and an out of town speaker will Mrs. .Alice Thomas, Brooker, V
1 and had It shaken by nineteen can- "the highest spot yet be the Mrs. C. A.
and have an accident don't. on program. Stafford Starke, i Jil 1
a didates for sheriff before he could Florida; according to the Geological -'
-The Achievement Mrs. Ida
say we didn't warn you. Day in Union Wiggins, Starke $110
Voters have learned not to take speeches of politicians get around the corner.-Tallahassee Survey.-Starke Telegraph.Is .
Personally we'd rather run the cnunty will be held the second Sat- Mrs. Beulah Kelly, Starke, J60
:k too seriously.An risk of a smash-up than have to Daily Democrat. Probably Correct urday October. 8th, at the school Mrs. Rosa Grlffis, Starke, Ho
0- rise so early on Tuesday. Then '. D Editor Robinson of the Starke,house. The public Is invited to attend Mrs. Ida George, Starke H
From the Bradford County Telegraph Telegraph Is likely correct. Moun- these events.COMMISSIONERS. Mrs. Dora
too, what would a young lady say Sullivan Starke, J6J
optimist is the candidate who has filed his halftoneto if you called up at 9:30: and asked : "Changing the usual order, tain lake Is at the foot of Iron 1 I- I Mrs. Hattie Alvarez, Starke! ,J2!

use in 1936.Opening her to go for a spin before break- an exchange says gangsters who Mountain is 142 feet above sea lev- HOLD '. Mrs. Lettie Stilley. Starke, $K:
use luxurious cars do it just to Ie. Lake Ktsslmmee is about 65
fast. Well, no young lady should only MEETING IIERE MONDAY There being no further busta
0 a that. keep up disappearances." Which Is feet above sea level; perhaps a few the board adjourned until then

of school will deprive boys from pleasure of dig- say one of the cracks of 1932.Miami feet'less.-Lake Wales HIghlander. (Continued from page 1.) regular meeting to be held n

ing in the garden-for fish bait. One local radio fan likes to doze Beach Sun, ,- penses of Snap Brlnson. first Monday In October, 1932-
-0A -- I Mrs. Goodman asked for help G. W. Alderman Cto
,
o-' off to sleep to the strains of something flllln"s
operator has .
Webster lists gimme as an obsolete word and perhaps it soft and low. Recently, at a the following sign on his shelter -
late hour he decided that he must
was in his day and time. house: Hoover Ic; Doyle Carlton J
hear certain tune' and
a promptlytelephoned i
60;< Freight 3c; Evaporation Ic;
i:, --0i' a New York station. John D, Sr., 5cj; John D. Jr.. 4c; I

i', Useless exertion-honking your horn in traffic and tell, They promised to play the selection ME Sc.'pilce per gallon 23c.-Ferry at Sears
later in the evening or rather .
ing your wife to get a move on. Heroldcr.G 'Editor Bradford County Telegraph
later ;
M in the morning, as It then
o I. Dear Sir: Many citizens have
i I[
was.The A lot ofFlorida/ counties were .
There is tuner-In then sank back in asked me how I stand on certain
no more necessity of dividing this state than I i,bitter against legalized racing but which ifore
questions,
there Is to divide this country. an easy chair and dozed and listened up to yesterday morning we hadn't I II may come
alternately for hours and hours I i I I heard of any of them refusing the the city council. As a candidate I can
1 o feel that every citizen Is entitledto
but the ether just wouldn't twist $9,226.23 the races netted each

If the tax problem is ever solved, newspapers will be ableto hear.It itself. into the notes he wanted to I county last season.-'-Wauchula Ad- Flrst--I a clear am answer.in favor of retainingthe add

cut down the size vocate.
of their
papers. was almost daylight when he 1- services of Mr. Clark as I am

r o was shocked into wakefulness upon Writer should opposed to discharging any efficient -
isff says men never
According to an exchange the most common germ to give discovering that he had had the deceive their wives. He should servant. 4) eSaYa
cold is dial set all night long on Cincinnati have said men should never to Second-I will oppose with all
one a the one who sneezes in your face. instead of New York. try ,my power, whether elected or not,
deceive their wives.-8tarke Telegraph -
I any move to sell our municipal
o !
NOflt-would be useless, but J
Fort Meade Leader headline reads: "Work on river still) As much as we have been pray- it la no trick at all for,the wives l light plant.I
I Third-I will vote to support the
going on." Nothing like picking a good location. ing for rain In the last few months to deceive their husbands and get I Woman's Club, or any other civic
k we did hope that It would be clear away with It.-Bronson Journal.
: organization, by means within the
o
r last: Wednesday for the eclipse or I

The' article "I Like the Depression" might not be absolutely as Reno puts It, the "fight betweenthe Once in a while pep give signsof power Fourth of-the I believe city council.that criminals

1.lt true but it has filled space in a lot of newspapers. sun and the moon." But It realizing that there can be no should be brought to trial speedily,
rained that day also and now we return prosperity until the inhuman
A fJ 81CS
1 o and the fine and forfeiture fund
have been busy for the past week processof pauperizing the
; Among the amendments to be voted on in November is thinking up uses for old smoked farmer is stopped and then they should pros.cutlon.FlnhI be made. to pay the expenseof

one doubling the term of office of county commissioners to glass. No need to suggest puttingIt say that the turn will come with, believe in cutting expenses -
up and saving it for the next the reappearance of 20-cent cotton
four In In
years. possible
every way
{ eclipse, someone is sure to breakIt and SI wheat.-Perry Herald.
order to reduce taxes.
a{ -- ---- before thirty-eight have .---0- !
years (Signed) J. L Frazee. o r fe
Georgia newspaper wants cigarette companies to take flapsed. If you have any suggestions From the Bradford County Telegraph ..
: drop us a line. Personally : "Florida weeklies do not InFall's
7 off a couple of crooners and substitute two Clearwater Construction of
more cigarettes in
we have come to the conclusion look weak with their tax lists." ,
$20,000 civic center building to replace -
each pack. that if there is anything as uselessas Florida weeklies should publish in one burned recently, under Most Sensational Value-

:i -0 a'piece of smoked glass with- Miami Beach, where the tax list way.
out an eclipse it must be an eclipse has to be printed twice because of Giving Occasion! Our Great
It won't be long before voters
?sl can see if the candidates
without a piece of smoked glass. stupidity on the part of some of- POSTAL RECEIPTS GAIN
; they voted into office are representatives or mi representatives ficials.-Miami Beach Sun. OVER AUGUST 1931

of the people. Hi there, Ripleyt! On the hottest ---oTimesUnion --- 1i

day of last week a small boy walk- intimates that be- Postal receipts during August 46 Ann vers3ry
o ed into a local drug store wearinga cause June-Js. a profitable month
dropped slightly under those for
T It's a queer law that forces motor-driven vehicles to carrya coat and a sweater and asked fora for preachers the remaining'elevenmonths the
preceedlng month of July but
full Met of lights on highways and other types of transportation can of red pepper. What a man! .are:.,, good for lawyers. showed a.gain of more than eighty- A NATION-WIDE EVENT 1 IS

go unlighted.If Although the Incident made us Starke ,Telegraph.; Surely must be three dollars over those for Augustof
break out into a sweat It had its for aren't the lawyers and bankers last
year according to figures
n value. We now know what the due tot have some good times. announced by Postmaster Young.

a 2-cent tax had been placed on the November ballots one ,thing is that drug stores do Bronson Journal. This 'year during July and Au- a&- EC d Y
not carry in stock. ----
the Republican party could truthfully say they went out under It Is noticeable these days that, gust there were 2,919 postal cards
sold while during May and June
,4&, a deluge of tax cents. A headline in a weekly paper fishermen usually wait until nightfall ;. 4,483 were sold from this office. (SEPTEMBER& 12TH TO 24TII l (C.)
,1 a says that a man wasAcclaimed to slip In.-Bradford County e
By Death Last Thursday..' That's Telegraph. That be the case
may : NEW POST OFFICE
Report shows people are doing less talking these days at the first time we ever heard of the up in Starke but not In Melbourne. OFFERS SPECIAL CACHET Plan! to Visit Jacksonville Monday!

least over the telephone. More than a million phones have old boy giving anybody a hand. Down here they are not ashamed of'i -

been discontinued during the last twelve months.o what they get, unless the smallestone Stamp collectors are advised that Shop a! Sears! Here Are Just
Cats have begun to fish in the is under ten Mel
pounds.- the
cornerstone of the new of.
-- __.. post Eight of the Hundreds of Values !
memorial fountain. It would be bourne Times flee department building! will be
: There is sound philosophy in this paragraph: "The best too bad if a scare-crow had to be '- -- laid on September 26 which marks

way to meet situation is to do erected to protect the goldfish. Notice where our Lex Green has the one hundred and SMen's
any the best we can, accept i forty-third anniversary Cotton Prints, yd.. .6c Certain Scrim yd.. -
offered to "take the stump" for the
,
; of the
what comes and be thankful it is Inauguration of 9c
no worse. nominees of the Democratic party.Do 1 the postal service under the con Flat Crepe yd. .4fie Fancy Sox, pr.
-----o---_-- hope his services will be accepted stitution. At five o'clock Father George
m.,
p.
:a If the five-day work week becomes common In this coun- From Other Pens j 'cause Lex has a wide Influence ,,following the laying of the cornerstone 12 Qt. Pail, ea., .1 Oc Steeling yd. .*,

lit try, Hoover should get credit for having trained workers to ............. .-.....,-., n ,,0 among the country Democrats, *nd would In all help sectionsof pileup : States by ,the the president name of the of the Pennsylvania United 10 Cal. Galvanized Men's and Wonwn$

ti get along without eating when they were not working. From the Bradford County Telegraph the" 'fDr the Roosevelt-! i Avenue postal station of the Garbage Can 66c FaD Shoes $1.! "

-A f : "Headline reads: Oratory,,!Garner tl4N": -Highland News. 1 Washington. D. C. post office will

It has been Flows Freely at Picnic. Oratory ,, -.., o-- !be changed to "Benjamin Franklin */ We
three Save
Da
months since Matting Purchase
the Ciganllc
f first primary and not -Sounds like a lot of applejack to Florida will,use 70,000 less auto- .Station".
y a cheep out of those papers who conducted straw voting contests us.-Miami Beach Sun. mobile tags, next year says the Special arrangements will be 2 We Save Bu Shipping in Carload Lob

as to how far wide of the mark their straws blew. ----a I' Starke Tele :"raph. And the high made for the dispatch of letter 3 Wt Sao D Lou of belles peeled after the tax on gas and license platea will mall on Sept. 26, through the Benjamin -
a Fourth.-Stark* Telegraph. They,:be two of the chief reasons. It Franklin station showing the
Signs of the time Indicate more improvement, Jacksonville should have been tolled that too'' wouldn't matter' so much except name of the new station poatmarK
reporting business much sunshine Is painful.-Cler- that in moat cases it will be the well
a increase of twenty percent during as as the date and hour of Its
mont Press. small cfanner that needs his
August car establishment. The mail dispatched
so
over same month of last -
year, and the Atlantic Coast 0'
most
who will not be able to keep will on requestreceive a
Line putting seven hundred and fifty men back on the payroll The great game of this country It going.---Bronaon Journal.A special cachet appropriate to the
,in Its shops over Florida. Is evading taxes Starke) Tele- occasion JACKSONVILLE FLoa/9a

graph. Nay nay, Pauline. Jt la Clarinda who attended, Postmistress H. H. Young says



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